Garrison Forest School - Ragged Robin Yearbook (Owings Mills, MD)
- Class of 1947
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Text from Pages 1 - 112 of the 1947 volume:
Published by the Class of
GARRIISON FUREST SCHUOL
GREEN SPRING VALLEY ' GARRISON ' MARYLAND
ANN KATHLEEN GRAN
For all that she has taught us along with our
Chemistry and Biology, for her patience and under'
standing and for all that she has always meant to us,
We, the Senior Class of 1947, dedicate this book.
Hail, gladdening light!
Our lamp of wisdom, Hail!
Shine with a radiance
Wlaicli can never fail.
Illumined by tlay rays,
May tlfiiis our motto gleam,
And slioiv our desire
"To be and not to seemf,
Polished and fitted true,
Let eaclfi to eacli stand fast
Firm as tlie stones
In temple corners cast-
Strong and enduring be
Our love and loyalty
For scliool and for comrades
And for victory.
J G Mon MARSHALL
NANCY JENKINS 0
"All the worlal's a stage
Anal all the men anal women merely players:
They have their exits anal their entrances,
Anal one man in his time plays many partsug-
E, the Seniors, came four years ago as scared and homesick
freshmen to make our entrance at Garrison Forest. Formerly, we
had all played divers parts: there were some of us who had played
in Central Park with our nurses, some who were healthy, pink'
cheeked tomlnoys from "down on the farmug some were shy,
others were poised, some had stagefright, others were born ac'
tresses. However, when we came here, we all started acting in
the same play and have all had the same goal in sight. Some of
us act type parts, others are character players, but we all love
each other and feel that it takes all kinds to make a good-play.
During the course of this production of many acts and scenes,
we have had our ups and downs, our good performances and our
bad, but through it all we have learned the basic qualities of
living and acting in harmony with our fellqyv players. We have
tried to and hope we have succeeded in learning to stage, pro'
cluce, act, and direct, and above all, to take criticism and to give
it fairly. Each and everyone of us has learned by experience
that she cannot ever steal the show but must pull together with
her fellow actors and must rejoice in their success as much as in
Now, as we, about to make our exit, stand, taking one last
nostalgic look at the old familiar stage, we turn tearful but
hopeful eyes and hearts toward the vast stage of the future,
knowing that we must leave to make room for others to enjoy
the pleasures and opportunities we have loved and known so
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MARILYN LEE O 'NEILL
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I've seen her when leading her teammatesg
I've seen her when leading her school.
Wherever I see her she's foremost
With fun anal fair play as her rule.
She's reliable, cheerful, unselfishg
As a friend she,s always thereg
She's a wonderful sport anal I,ll give her my heart,
For I've learned about fairness from her.
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NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK
I saw ber first at tbe piano-
A girl wbo was lovely to seeg
Her soft alarlc bair toucbeol ber sboulolersg
Her brown eyes were smiling at me.
Sbe plays basketball and badminton
'Cfbougb tennis sbe seems to prefer.
Sympathetic to all, sbe'll come wben you call
Anal I've learneal about love from ber.
SUSAN BOHUN BARLOW
WYNNEWOOD, PENNSYLVANIA ENTERED 1944
She's smart and unconsciously witty-
The "Sue', we can't help but adore.
We listen, amused, to her storiesg
After one she always has more.
Not humor alone, hut wisdom too
You'll find when you get to lcnow her.
To the end she will ight for what she thinlcs right
And I've learned to talce lcidding from her.
YONKERS, NEW YORK
She riales with a grace, acts with an ease
That I could not ever attain.
She sings and writes and plays haslcetballg
I've trieal to he like herwin vain.
A smile that flashes sincerity,
A mind that's liberal, a spirit free,
A judgment that's fair and a gay, carefr
Have taught nnclerstaiicling to me.
NEW YORK, NEW YORK ENTERED 1945
I laughed 'til I cried at her humor,
I longed for her selfless world,
A thunderstorm envied her sunlight,
And the gold on her head that curled.
She eagerly shouldered her labors,
And lit tiny candles in ours.
She grew in the sun when her life had begun.
I Was this Iilithe little demon from Mars?
PAMELA PEARSALL FIELD
TUXEDO PARK, NEW YORK
Sensitive, talented, rnodest,
Her pencil is tipped with gold.
She belongs to the hand of poets
Whose story will never grow old.
And when we all lcnow the Answer,
I'rn sure that wherever I am
I'll malce one request in the land ofthe la
To sing with the angels-and "ParnH,
LAURA MERRYMAN FRANKLIN
COCKEYSVILLE, MARYLAND ENTERED 1943
Laura, adorable dormouseg
Swift flow her laughter, her tearsg
The joy of her friends is her joyg
She shares all their hopes and their fears.
Her horse knows her hand, when they're hunting,
Will never let hirn demurg
He trusts her good sense as they ride to the fenceg
l And I've learned about courage from her.
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MARY ROSALIE GANS
Her curls hob as she leaps for the bird
With racquet that's steady and sureg
She enjoys the things of the moment
And loves the things that endure.
A quick smile always follows "Hello!',g
Her desire will never waver-
She'll fnd her delight with the Women
And I'll learn about medicine from her.
CARQL ELIZABETH HACKNEY
"Carol' '-' 'Caron
FINKSBURG , MARYLAND
Pensive, goldenfhaired child of Nalureg
Surely the great god, Pan,
As he played on his reeds by the river
Told his secrets to her as she ran.
If you offered her splendor and riches,
Her horse and her dog she'd preferg
To her jelds are more sweet than the gay city streetg
I've learned of simplicity from her.
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ORMSBY MITCHEL HANES
MILLBROOK, NEW YORK ENTERED 1944
Whether riding a horse or acting,
Or leading her team on the field,
With courage and spirit and judgment
She fights and will never yield.
Her smile is the snnlneam lfollow:
What is it I cherish in her?
It's her gay, carefree air: it's the wind in her hair!
For a leader I've found in her.
MARY ECKER HARRINGTON
EASTON, MARYI,AND ENTERED 1945
Qniclc tears that flow at others' sorrows,
A smile that's as warm as the sun
Are the things I connect with "Harri",
The girl with the eyes fall of fun.
Gullihle, lovable, franlc, naive,
Goalkeeper, editor, rider,
Her gay laughter rings as her happy heart sings'-
I've learned to be friendly from her.
Then there is Ann, lcnown as "Heem,,'
Gifted anal gentle anal shy
With eyes that are blue anal honest
As a hit of the winterls shy.
Though the "play,s the thing" when she's acting,
Her principles no one can stir.
She's witty anal charrningg her hiirnorys disarming
Ana fue learneal an enchantment from her.
ENTERED l 945
NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK
Tanya", child of olol Russia,
Can olance in a fairy ballet.
There is something of Elflanol about herg
Some quality joyous and fae.
She's tactful anal charming anal friemllyg
Sure, no fate will ever olefer
Her from finoling romance at the cnol of the olance
And we've learned to be happy from her.
hlOAN AUDREY HUMPSTUNE
Fife seen her with racquet and shuttlecoclc,
'Trivirnphantly winning her garneg
Vue heard her speak French with an accent
That is sure to bring her great fame+
Intelligent, gay and vivacioiis,
Unruglcd by problems or care,
Cl'here'5 a smile in her eye, and her head is held highg
I've learned about poise from her.
SUSAN CARTER KENDALL
BRYN MAWR, PENNSYLVAMA
I loolced up and saw how the sunlight
Sparlcled and gleamed in her hair.
Unwauering eyes were aglow with
An infinite trusting there.
She's eager to learn and ainbitious,
And a friend with whom to confer:
You need only ask and she'll do the taslc,
And Vile learned to be faithful from her.
ROSAMOND SALTONSTALL LEE
ROSLYN, LONG ISLAND,
In a clark anal romantic night club
Surrounded by shaolowy lights
At a table for two yovfll jnol "Rozzic"
Seeing some of the New York sights.
Yovfll final her at tennis or baslcetball
Or else at rehearsal or choir.
Gay and capricious, never malicious,
I'ue learnecl lo be carefree from her.
CLARKE DULANY LOWNDES
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND ENTERED 1942
Oh! "Clarlcie", invincible athlete, I
The baclcbone of every team,
You are the very quintescence
Gf every coachls dream.
You're forceful, determined and honestg
If something should overcome you,
You could laugh it off with a cheerful scojjr
And I've learned to lceep smiling from you.
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MARIANNA HILLIARD MEAD
"Anne' '-' 'Moronan
Her clleery round face is afsparlcle
With serious, twinlcling eyes, 4
But lzeliind tlie jolces and tlae laugliter
Lies tlie power to organize.
Slie's lovable, funny and generous,
A poetess bright and clever.
Hers is a fancy bold, enrapt in a lieart of gold,
And I've learned what a friend is from lier.
URSULA WARD MELCHER
NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK
I never lcnew wllat a voice was for
Until "Sulie" began to singg
I never lcnew a yellow pencil
Could write poems jit for a Icing,
But liers writes many. Slae also lcnows
How to paint with a toucli divine.
Tlaougli lier tliouglits are profound, laer soul I liave found
Is as simple and quiet as mine.
LUCILLE STEWART REEVES
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BRYN MAWR, PENNSYLVANIA
Foe found in this comrade a dreamer.
I've found in her flashes of strengthg
Intensity stamped on her forehead
She strides over wrong, 'til at length
A garden of talent enfolds herg
The flowers therein+her own.
Her charm can't be hought. She's lovably wroughtg
And memory builds her a throne.
CATHERINE MCLANE SADLER
Blue eyes which are filled with twinkling stars,
A sparkling anal quick subtle wit
Are only surfaces which conceal
The ambition that keeps them lit.
Horsewoman, actress, star in a gameg
A friend welll always remember
For clothes that are smart anel a sensitiv
And the beauty we've learned of from her.
LAKE FOREST, ILLINOIS ENTERED I943
A small, effervescent devil with
Some heavenly hlue in her eyes.
Infectious laughterg a winning smileg
A friend whom we all highly prizeg
Glamorous, sophisticated, chic,
Should the situation occurg
A romantic heart for all to tahe part-
We soon were enchanted with her.
GAY PARKER SEMLER
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NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK ENTERED 1945
And spealcing of glamour, she has it,
She,s lcnown for her poise and her style,
Her humor that catches every jolce,
The charm of her clisarming smile.
But when there's a joln that is waiting
She's serious, too, in her wayg
I am sure-I alon't guess!-she was horn for success
Anal I've learneol to be gay from "Gayl"
JOAN CLAIRE SPAYDE
OWINGS MILLS, MARYLAND
Who is it fights in the hachfield?
Who is our sure defense?
Whose mind is to her a kingdom
Of wisdom and common sense?
She has known honor and triumph-
Our "Joanie" will never deter
From reaching the goal of her brave fghting soul,
And Vue learned about patience from her.
PATRICIA WOODWARD TAILER
A white sailboat sleimming blue waters
And "Patsy", vivacious and gay,
Or a vigorous game of tennis
With "Patsy,', so eager to play.
She's there when a job's to be done,
Your heart she'll beguile with her wonderful smile
And from "Patsy, I've learned to have fun.
PRISCILLA STEWART THAYER
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In whatever she does she's earnestg
I've seen her at worlc and at play.
She's always goodfnatnred and cheerful
For she finds the bright side of each day.
She's intelligent, loyal and gifted
And as true as a friend can he.
Sun or clouds in the slcy, there's a srnil
From her I have learned of sincerity.
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"Diddie' '-' 'Didon
The sounol of a blaring victrola,
Hot jazz anal "Diclolie" nearlayg
The sounal of contagious laughter,
A jolee and "Diolclie" nearby.
A slap on the back and a cheery "Hello!"
A manner that's franlc anal that'5 fun.
She's always so gay that I ean't help but
"Foe learneol to enjoy life from her!"
CHESTNUT HILL, PENNSYLVANIA ENTERED 1945
I found in this playmate a jolcer
Who laughed at her jingling cap.
Ifound her buried in duties
While others were taking a nap.
She was filled with a deep understanding-
Yet hid it in twinleling eyes.
She ships in the rain ,til it's sunny again.
There's reward for a sinner who tries.
ANN NANINE WALKER
GREENWICH, CONNECTICUT ENTERED 1945
I've seen her at hoclcey and riding,
I've seen her surrounded by boolcsg
And always she's quiet and pretty,
With a nature nice as her loolcs.
She's interested, witty and thoughtful,
As beguiling as Peter Pan.
Her smile is as bright as the sunls own light
And I've learned to be modest from "Ann,"
ROBERTA BURBANK WHITAKER
KENOSHA, WISCONSIN ENTERED 1944
I've seen her out riding and huntingg
I've seen her when leading a cheer.
She's always friendly and laughingg
We're never sad when she's near.
She'll argue her point to the finishg
Her spirit springs, as it were
With joy untold from a heart of gold
And I've learned to be generous from her.
ELIZABETH WOODS WOODWARD
She was horn with a gift for friendship,
With a mind, a will of her own,
At peace with the earth, in the slcies
Her silver wings test the nnlcnown.
Shelll accomplish her missiong no danger
Can malce her bright spirit demur.
For a penny a thought, hers can never be
And I've learned self-reliance from her.
Name Always Saying Where Found Remembered For
O,NEILL Hotcha!" Visiting Aunt Tilly Being Marilyn
THOMPSON CHe'sQ tp, Deep in That smile!
CShe'sD so Swee ' jazz records
TAILER Oh! come on!" Sending telegrams to Contagious laugh
SCHARIN Hi, fellas!" Your guess is as good Clothes!!
MEAD See ya lager, Y Having a singing Muffin face
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KENDALL Oh! good heavensl' VV ith Hackney Hair
LEE Absolutely Evind' In front of a mirror- That Walk!!
HANES What's the trouble, In the bathtub Drooping eyes
ALDRICH Egad!" At piano Thoughtiulness Y
HUMPSTONE What a fruit!" Typing with an unlit Imitating "Bumble Bee
from her mouth
FRANKLIN You're kidding!" In a teapot G.D.'s
OEMLER Now, in Reading her mail Being gay TTT
HARRINGTON Shucks!" Everywhere! Being gullible
WALKER Oh! now come on!" TRiding Larlcie Smile T
Triowniunsni Oh! Kilciljl Drinking tea Having a smashed bed
BARLOW The poiritTsi-" Taking pills Priceless sense of
Name Appropriate Song Waterloo Supprcsscd Desire
OTNEILL The Missouri Waltzi Standing -still TW To be exotic
THOMPSON Smoke Gets In Posture class T To be inconspicuous
TAILER Give Me Five English college boards To edit "Harpers
Minutes Moreu Bazaarm
SCHARN Louise" flsake People who borrow X To own Bergdorff'
Forest versionb Goodman
TMEAD "just One of Those Y Similar anglesA? To have a face like
Things" Kate Hepburn
KENDALL For Sentimental Being carefree To meet "Frankie,'
LEE Personality" Champagne! V To have a nose like a
' knife blade
HANES Why Do I Love You?" Getting men for dances To jump Mrs. Pennyls
stone walls on a
ALDRICH Sweet and Lovely" .Iitterbugging To marry a Yale man!
HUMPSTONE S.A. Take It Awayln Getting papers To be a foreign
written on time correspondent
FRANKLIN Ilm a Big Girl Nowu Getting fat! To win the Maryland
SEMLER Give My Regards to Being subtle To have clawflike
' Broadway! U hngerfnails
HARRINGTON The Old Lamplightern Wearing lipstick To Wear a strapless
WALKER Don't Fence Me ln!" Getting enough fresh To be a second
air "National Velvetu
TROWBRIDGE Tea For Twoy' Getting up To have moles come
back into fashion
BARLOW Without a Song" Whispering To take Mrs. Penny's
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Name Always Saying Where Found Remembered For
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T'ToLiwisEN ls it timel?" Washing her face at l Femininity in TT
SADLERT Idaow you?" Coming out Wearing pearls
HINMANTY Dat's a vout deal, Starting a diet That twitching eyelid!
Honey! ' ' tomorrow
FIELD "Holy crow!" Listening to "Portia Being Systematic
THAYER Oh! d-n!" Washing her face Witty remarlcsiin
LOWNDESM P-ah-me!" M Off campus Telephone calls
WHITAKER "Wait for me-' On? Rockie Talking to herself
Woonwann Let's go!" At the airport Driving the station T
GANS That's terrific!" Playing badminton Blonde hair
SPAYDE WYesT dear-" Taping hockey sticks Expressions
HACKNEY You lcnovjyvhat I Dashing after the bus Taking? day scholars'
mean" study hall
MELCHER "lt's beefursi-fool! Not there Tm- Singing
Rxaizvlzs How fleecy!" In a paint jar Vagueness
CHANLER lt's a blow!" ,Wound up in a Cheshire cafggin T
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Name Appropriate Song Waterloo Suppressed Desire
BUNKElt I "Losg ln a Fog" Y ,Losing things To be shorter and
fatter than Tanya
HOLMSEN "Time Waits for Procrastinating To be taller and
N0 One" thinner than
SADLER "Bless You for Being an Taking care of "baby" To be voted the best'
Angel" dressed woman in
HINMAN What Comes Keeping up with To end it all!
FIELD v"l'mY-Always Chasing Preserving a blase To join the O.S.S.
THAYER 'Sentimental journey" Math To wear a wig
Lowivmas "Lady, Be Good!" 9th grade history To beat Scarlett
Wmnxsn "On! Wisconsin!" Spelling To sing!?!
Woonwzmn "With My Head in the Shakespeare To blow glass
GANS "Dark Eyes" Being photogenic To have long, black
SPAYDE "I'll Buy That Dream" Being- brief To ring the hte bell
HACKNEY "Back in the Saddle Being serious To ride her nightmare
MELCHER I Want tougngfau Messiness To be Cleopatra
Rrsisviss "Flamingo" C -being punctual To cut off Kendall's
CHANLER "Strawberry Blonde" Rflalcing beds To vanquish Tuxedo
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Cutest Smile .
Most Sparkle . . .
Most Understanding .
Most Unique . . .
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Most Common Sense
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Most Leisurely . . .
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IT had been Miss Gran's dearest hope that the Senior Class of 1947 would be
able to improve the condition of the natives on G'Wan Island-a tiny speck
in the Pacific. In the years that followed, the majority had established its
homes there and was doing its best to help mankind by developing new species
and introducing new plants without disturbing the balance of nature.
By the year 1957 these experiments had borne such fruit that the natives
were well on the way to becoming civilized. This remarkable state had been
reached through the tireless efforts of the "G'Wan Improvement Society"
headed by Patsy and Kitty. The former had designed striking new fashions
in sarongs and hulafhula skirts which had delighted the women. The latter,
an interior decorator, was responsible for the invention of a special pressure
cooker for tough bones. CIt must here be stated that although civilization
had progressed, aided by I'Iump's skillful interpretation of the native patois,
there was still a vicious lot of savages on the islandj They had been known
to shout, "G'Wanl', to all white men who had dared to trespass. Such
glowing reports had been sent to Mr. Truman about the island that he had
decided to claim it for the United States on the fourth of july.
The day before the incorporation of G'Wan, a tiny plane, flown by Betsy,
buzzed over the vast waters of the Pacific. In time the island became visible
and on closer View two flags were distinguishable, one a Garrison banner,
the other an American flag. To his delight, Mr. Truman noticed from the air
that every hut was especially equipped with a radar screen and, what pleased
him more, was the sight of a tall radio tower. While circling in the air
gingerly, Mr. Truman switched on his radio and heard the following song,
sung in a high coloratura voice:
"Cocoanut Cola hits the spot,
Cfwelve full shells full-tl1at's a lot!"
At this outburst, Betsy nearly dropped her stick, recognizing Marianna's
tropical artistry. Fortunately they made a perfect landing on a level strip
of beach where Hump, surrounded by her wellftrained natives, received them
warmly. Mr, Truman was deeply moved by their rendition of "Neighbor,
Neighbor, How Art Thee?" ably accompanied by Tanya's frenzied Tom'Tom.
While this ceremony was going on, Marilyn revealed herself as a stowaway
from Betsyls plane. She had come as Mr. Truman's bodyguard and athletic
advisor fhe was getting on in years and needed special exercises to lceep fltl.
She leapt off the plane and greeted her old classmates with a "Hil Goon'
Chill'n" and efficiently installed Mr. Truman in the nearest hut along with
the presidential baggage. There he was to await the eveningls great dramatic
Hump, Lyn, and Tanya then returned to the beach to await new arrivals.
There they found Zanna deep in the throes of undergoing the very latest
"Milkmaid Blaclcing Processf, She explained that her skin would soon be of
native hue and that her flaming hair would lapse into black stringiness. She
awaited this transformation with great anticipation and professed a deep
admiration for the black race. We had barely finished admiring her progress
when we were startled by the sudden appearance of a mushroomfshaped
eruption in the middle of the lagoon. An emerald green "0cean'Floor'
Gripper" with monogrammed doors slid up onto the sand, The initials were
Louiso's. Almost simultaneously, Lucy descended from a fleecy cloud fully
equipped with easel and brushes. She caught sight of the native chief swinging
in a palm tree and was suddenly inspired to paint him.
Meanwhile, a disaster was occurring in the center of the island. The party
on the beach, which had by now grown to large proportions, was startled by
piercing screams, the farfoff beating of drums and the echoes of native war
cries. Pam, the island's revered Gfwoman, appeared immediately on the beach
and motioned for all of us to follow. We all made our way inland at a dead
run with Lucy, the chief and the latter's superb portrait bringing up the rear.
Finally, a large clearing in the undergrowth revealed a quivering body,
which was Rozzie, reduced to tears. Around her some natives Whooped in
anticipation of their midfafternoon snack which, at the very moment, was
bubbling in a huge black cauldron at Rozzie's side. At the sound of our voices,
a blueffeathered red hat protruded from the top of the cauldron and a smothered
shout came from beneath it:
"Hey, you guys! Things are getting pretty darn hot around here!" The
chief, who had hitherto been engrossed in admiring his painted image, beheld
the disgraceful conduct of his tribesmen for the first time and listened sympa'
thetically While Rozzie told Pam that her hulafhula dancing had excited them
into wanting to devour something. The something Was Diddie cooking in the
pot. With an authoritative gesture the chief put an end to the entire pro'
cedure. Rosalie and Spaydie, ready for any emergency, rushed onto the scene
to administer first aid to Diddie's steaming form. This done, our procession
retraced its steps through the jungle.
By the time We had regained the beach, the sun was setting and the sky
Was a blaze of red. The Whirring of Wings was heard from above and Pegasus
alighted gently nearby, being careful lest he jar his graceful rider, Ann. The
eyes of our nevvlyfarrived equestrienne were shining eagerly at the prospect
of seeing the evening's great production, "lf Black Men Behaved As White
Men Do-,H the advertisement of which she had heard on her vvallcytallcy,
While winging her Way over the Philippines. The leads were to be played
by Sis, Heem and Bunky Ctheir stage names were Tvveedle'Sis, Tvveedle'
Boom and Tweedle'Ba, respectivelyj. This command performance was to
be the climax of their theatrical careers and the Whole World Was Waiting
eagerly to see it over television W.G.W.A.N. along with selected short
subjects Which would include a brief address from the president. Also, this
evening, as a special surprise for Mr. Truman, Shirley was going to play the
"Missouri Waltz" before the rise of the curtain C he often had homesick spells
so far from home and kindredj.
Ann suddenly realized that Pegasus had ambled off and before anyone could
detain her she had followed his tracks into a shadowy grove. Pegasus had
gone off in sheer delight to join Pris's band of flighty zebras and when Ann
discovered him he had made himself miserable by swallowing one of Carol's
especiallyfdeveloped turnips quite whole. She found that thumping his back
was of no avail and called loudly for a veterinary. At once Toby strolled up
armed with an overfsized spoon and a gallon of Castor oil. Pegasus was
painfully cured in no time.
This spectacle caused such a sensation that Barlow, followed by seven
baby monkeys, came swinging to the ground from her treefhouse. She had
been hopelessly practicing child psychology on them and announced to us
that her life had been completely wasted.
A grunting in the bushes announced the arrival of Kendall and her well'
adapted Dish'Billed Platter Pusses. She told us with evident pride that she
had trained them for waiting purposes at the Native Boarding House.
Meanwhile, a yacht had run aground on a coral reef a distance from the
shore. The heads of four survivors were seen bobbing up and down among the
breakers. The first to arrive onshore were Clarkie and Gay who, in their
desire to rescue each other, had nearly drowned. Clarkie's first thought was
that she had left her false teeth on board the yacht but Gay consoled her with
the fact that a loss of teeth would mean a loss of weight. Next to land was
Birdie, singing tunelessly, 'Tm a Poor Little Sheep Whols Lost Its Way-
Brr, Brr, Brrf' We laughed at her attempt to sing at such a time but our atten'
tion was soon drawn to a sloppy sound and Sulie was washed ashore clutching
a waterfsoaked hatfbox Cshe was an ex-Bergdorff model
Night fell shortly. The hrst star twinkled gaily over the island. As ii
summoned by an unheard voice, the inhabitants made their Way to the shore.
Since it was the incorporation of G'Wan into the possessions of the United
States, there was a midnight feast and an excessive amount of Cocoanut Cola
was consumed. At Mr. Truman's request, Lyn rose to open the last barrel,
but before she could reach it, the top flew off and a little voice piped, "TWin'
lclel Twinkle!" Laura jumped into our midst and of course Was heartily
As this clamor subsided, our eyes turned once more to the sea over which
Harri Was being borne by her dashing Steed, Nymphie, who was especially
fitted with pontoon horseshoes. When she came near, We thought We heard
her exclaim, "I can't believe itln
Our reunion Was complete!
P. P. F. and U. W. M.
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liirst rote" Wilstin, Leser, Stewart, F. Read, Holmsen, Melcher, Franklin. Sammi raw: Anderson, C. Thayer
Starke, Qsgood. Third mu Chamberlain, VVadsworth, Rogers, Harris, Bunlxer lprcsident J, Hanes Kpresldent I
Semler ll-rcasurer I, Sadler, Lowndes, R, Lee, f'il'm1t: France, Hinman, Reeves,
HIS year the Dramatic Club has entertained us with many informal skits
not to mention its delightful version of "Alice in VVonderland." This dazzling
production was put on hefore Christmas and was thoroughly enjoyed by all.
Its characters were well portrayedg its costumes were gay, and its perfect
little heroine was petite Kitty Sadler as the goldenfhaired Alice. As we meet
our deadline, the school is anticipating the Clulfs next production. and
we are sure it will he a roaring success under its ahle directors,
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First run' Werner, Barlow, Holmsen lpresldentj, Melcher, Field. Sccuml run' Perry, A, Coolc, Chanler,
Spayde, Minnerly. Tlurrl raw: Von Stride, K. Fisher, Sedgewrcli, Reeves, Walsh, vlaclxson, Harris, Fnurlli row:
Appleton, 'liucl-cerman, Amory, France, Qsgood, Taller, Scharin, Mead, Semlcr, Bunker, Whitaker. Al'.NLHlf
HE Music Club has been running smoothly this year, under the capable
leadership of President Holmsen. VVith Miss Graham's help, it sponsors the
Sunday evening music which is enjoyed by the entire school. The night before
Christmas vacation the members of the Club did their annual carolling around
At the end of the midwinter term the Club gave "Hold That Train," a show
ably directed by Miss Earle. This was the first attempt at this kind of a
musical and proved to be a great success. We hope that the Club will con'
tinue to function as well next year and they will again try to produce some
kind of a Music Club show.
SliRVlCE LEAGUE--l7rmzl nm Bolton, Wllsll. Sammi mu" F. Read, 0'Nc1ll, Bradley, McB.un, Bunlxcr,
Carey Tl1mlruu' Tmler, Spaydc lprcsldcm r, Vmcent Hlxllc mu' N. Hall, Perry. Alliinl, Mead.
CHOIR-W Furs! rvut Mead, Hulmbcn, Lowmlcx, V, Barlctt. Bl1ll.1rn.l, Flelcl. Sunni run" G.11ll.1rd, Taller, Melflmcr
Spaydc, Fmnlllln, Qsgoud, Tlmml run' O'Nc1ll, HJFTIDQLKKJH, E. VVom.lw.1rd, VVerncr, Clunler. Aldrlulw
l'g.vurll1 run' UArl.1m.l. S. Spnyglc, Reeves. Thompson, R. Lcc, Bunl-car
frunt run? Tuckerman, Holmsen, Gaillard. Smviii run: R. Lee, Hinman, Humpstone lPresidentJ, Mclcher,
Reeves. Baile rum Vincent, Scmler, Werner, Mead, Lowndes, Chanler, Field. Alwiilf Mccormiclc.
Le Cercle Francais
E Cercle Francais is a new organization which was started last year by a
group of juniors. Its relatively quiet activities this year have consisted of
sending packages of food and clothing to France and meeting informally in the
faculty sitting room on Friday and Saturday evenings to speak French and to
listen to records by jean Sablon and Maurice Chevalier. Its members have
been to several French movies and also to a very moving ceremony at the
Fifth Regiment Armory at which the Croix de Guerre was presented to the
Tvventy'Ninth Division by the Mayor of Saint L6.
Fran! row: Scmler, Taller, Hol1nsen,Mead. Bail: rout Sadler, Bunker, Lowncles.
S you all know, the Senior Class gave a small, insignificant dance on the
vveelcfencl of March 8tl'1. A goocl time was hacl by all, clue to the painstaking
efforts of the Dance Committee, which managed everything very smoothly
and overlooked no details.
We also extend our thanks to you, faculty and grubsl
First row: Piper, Ballard, Leser. Sctoml row: Meleher, M. Harrington fliditorj, Field.
HANKS to the interest shown by many of the girls, "The Full Cry"
has started this year off with a bang by turning out a hne hrst issue. If We can
judge by this standard, the remaining two issues should complete a very suc'
cessful year. The results of the "Gallup Poll" have not yet been printed but
we are all waiting anxiously to see what they will be.
Sitting: Reeves, Humpstone, Hinman, Field, Melcher. Standing' Mead, Trowbridge, Sadler, Holmsen, Walker,
E of the RAGGED ROBIN boarcl would like to thank you all for your
patience and cooperation because We feel that we could never have survived
our many trials and tribulations Without your help. We appreciate your
coming time after time to our broken'down movies with nary a complaint
and your enthusiasm in getting ads and collecting snapshots. Here is the fruit
of our efliorts. There have been some changes made and we hope you approve!
rlwsixttiiit ,-Xulrcrtising ,Xl
Assistant Pliutngrtiphy Editor
ANN WIAI Ken
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First row: Hammond, Whitaker, Hobson, Taller, Holmsen QChecrlc.1dersH. Strand rnuw Semler CLighc Captainl,
Sadler fDark Captainj.
Light and Dark Captains and Cheerleaders
ELIEVE it or not, Kitty and Gay are really the hest of friends, although
they put up their dukes every now and then to fight for their teams. We
assure you, it's only their traditional team spirit rhar makes the fur Fly oeca'
sionally on the campus,
The frantic antics of the Cheerleaders have inspired us to louder and
hetter rooting this year and we would like to give them a rousing cheer!
Ftrs! row: Spayde CManagerj, Hanes QCaptain D, Strand row: M. Harrington,WarF1eld, Sadler Werner Lowndes
Gardener. Tliird row: Coolidge, Stewart, Bolilen, R. Lee, VVadswortl1,Tl'1ompson, Bartlett,
NDER Captain Grmslny Hanes and Manager joan Spayde it was an
active season for tlie hockey team. Although no games were lost the team
seemed to be quite Utiedm up as can be seen by tlie scores below
Roland Park O . . . Garrison
St. Timothyls 1 . . . Garrison
Bryn Mawr 2 . . , Garrison
Greenwood 3 . . . Garrison
Alumnae O . . . Garrison
Next year the team will have as its Captain, Louise Warfield and its man
ager will be Virginia Bartlett and we wisli tliem lots of luclcl
Fran! mu" Semler, Spayde, Thompson lgManagcrJ. O'NeiII QCaptainj, R. Lee, Coolidge, Bark mu" Lowndes,
Aldrich, Franck, Bunker, Bohlen.
FEW months ago I was just a weeping old wiIIow tree but now-Uh,
what a change has come over me. I'Iere,s the reason why:
Before autumn had assed, at 8:10 one morning, my sedate position next
to the gym was severeIiv shaken. I felt the ground surge under a dozen pairs
of feet running down the hills For the next haIf hour, there could be heard
the pounding of feet and the bouncing of a baII. I have witnessed this sight
many times since and this team has resuIted in being a hard one to beat.
Despite measIes and snowstorms, they have won 4 out of 6 games, Thats no
smaII wonder to me, though because I've never seen such a team with "the
spirit and the wiII to winT'I
Here's a chaIIenge to next year's teamf
FacuIty 30 . . Garrison Forest VVon
RoIand Park ZI . Garrison Forest Won
Hannah More I8 . . Garrison Forest Won
Bryn Mawr 50 . . Garrison Forest Lost
Greenwood I7 . . Garrison Forest VVon
St. james -40 . . Garrison Forest Lost
First row: Warfield, France, S. Gardener, Ballard ffreasurerj, Franklin fPresidentD, Whitaker fSecretaryD,
Piper, M. Harrington, Leavitt, N. Hall. Second rout Bunker, P. Thayer, Semler, Sadler, Hanes, S. Spayde,
K. Fisher, Carpenter, Boclcius. Alumni. Walker, Hinman,
HIS year, as always, the Riding Club, headed by Laura, Birdie and Kitty
Ann, has been one of the centres of attraction at Garrison. The riders had an
excellent opportunity to exhibit their skill and finesse last fall in the hunter
trials which were ably judged by Miss Hall. Several new members have been
accepted by the Riding Club due to the patient teaching of Mrs. Whitman,
Miss Hoffman and Miss Horton Kwho incidentally will be missed next yearj.
The Garrison show is to be held this spring on Commencement weelcfend and
we hope that this will become a permanent custom in the future.
DUE to circumstances beyond our control, the members of the Tennis Team
have not yet been decided upon as we go to press. Therefore, we cannot show
you a picture of the schooT's representatives for the spring tournaments, but we
do know of four girls who will definitely be on the team. They are Shirley
Aldrich, Rachel Franck, Clarke Lowndes and Kitty Coolidge.
First row: Humpstone lManagerJ, Lowndes Qcaptainj. Strand row: Gans, Scharin, Gardner, Hurst, Warfield,
Vincent. Tlurd raw: Aldrich, 0'Nelll, Bunker, Coolidge, M. Harrington.
HIS year's team got off to a full start under the leadership of Clarke
Lowndes as Captain and loan Humpstone as Manager. With the exception of
one defeat, the team, under Miss Boyd,s direction, had a victorious season.
Enthusiasm was carried to the extent of having several representatives from
Garrison Forest in the State and National Tournaments, and the outcomes were
most favorable for Garrison.
Notre Dame 2 . . . Garrison Forest 6 Won
Friends School O . . . Garrison Forest 9 Won
Bryn Mawr 6 . . . Garrison Forest 4 Lost
Officers of the Alumnae Association
FRANCES MATTHAI, President BETTY PEARRE, Secretaryfldreasurer
Last fall early in November, we had our first organized Alumnae week'end.
Many members of last year's class came down on Friday night and the other
Alumnae arrived on Saturday morning for the hockey game. Under their cap'
tain, Celia de Gersdorff, who would have been captain of our team this season
had she not strayed from our fold last year, the Alumnae put up a good fight
but kindly let their little sisters win. Cn Friday night the former members of
the Riding Club were entertained at a dinner in the "Little White House."
Miss Marshall and Miss Ollutt, who have now taken up farming in a big way,
have handed over their old home, "Evenlode," to the Alumnae and Faculty as
a club for any visiting Alumnae and as a haven for the harrassed Faculty. There
is a rumor that great plans are afoot for another gathering of the Alumnae on
the week'end of the Maryland Hunt Cup. We certainly hope that these plans
will be carried out and that we will see our beloved Alumnae again on this
weekfend and during Commencement weekfend.
Joan Hadden H9465 is working hard at Barnard but manages to lead a very
Kuhny QMargot Kuhn l946D is at Bennington and was down not very long ago
to rave about her new Alma Mater.
Fay Caulkins, Tina Hawkinson and Teddy Marion H9461 three of last year's
graduates, are at Bennett junior College in Millbrook.
Betsy McLeod, Sheila Eaton and Pat Ripley H946j are at Bryn Mawr and
still claim that it is the best college.
Bunny Whitaker H945D is now at Sarah Lawrence and hopes to have Birdie
join her there.
Loudie Larocque H9430 was last seen as a senior at Vassar.
Lucy Deans H945D is now studying at Vassar.
jane Mott H944D is at Sarah Lawrence which incidentally seems to have been
taken over by G. F. S. girls.
Lee Williamson H9455 is pursuing her journalism course at Sarah Lawrence.
LITTLE MEN AND LITTLE WOMEN
Leonie Sullivan Walker 41941 5 married Pat and Ann's brother, jeffrey
Walker, and now has a small son ofthe same name.
Sally Whitaker Peters CI94I5 has a small son, Petey Peters, who is also
anxious to have his Aunt Birdie at Sarah Lawrence next year so that she
can take care of him.
Louise Riclgely Young QI9405 has a small, blue'eyed daughter named Winkie.
Diana Chittenden Coe C19405 lives in the Valley and wheels her two children
near the school.
Betty Young 119405 is now teaching the young,uns at G. F. S.
Pat Walker C19435 is working very hard Ciquote Ann5 at the Museum of
Modern Art in New York.
Frances Gould C19-455 has recently been the Society Photographer for a Balti'
Chickie Chamberlain C19-425, who has a sister here this year, is working for
an advertising company in New York.
Anne Denny C1939 5, who visited us over Alumnae weelvend, is Working on a
newspaper in Muncy, Pa.
Susie Whitman Q19-435 has a few piano and voice pupils from the young'uns
around the Valley.
Lela Cook CI9455 was married last fall in New York.
Frances Warfield Q19435 is happily married to Lawrence Naylor and expect'
ing an addition to the Valley this spring.
Mary Eberstadt CI9425 recently married a Baltimore boy, Lawrence Harper.
Mary Matthiessen C19455 under the "Wishing Welln last year, wasn,t trying
to deceive us.
Marion Rodie CI9455 will be married sometime this spring.
Carol Horton C19-415 is leaving us to marry Teddy Warfield. Best of luck to
both of you!
Kitty Warfield H9401 is another in the Warfield family who is to tie the knot
early this spring.
Flora Miller C1946D will be the first one of last year's class to be married and
we Wish her all the luck in the world.
Clare Chanler f1946D was the lirst to be engaged but will be married after
Flora this spring.
Martha Marburg, who recently visited us, is studying at Ashley Hall in the deep
Emily Smith strayed from us in the sixth grade but was a debutante in Balti'
more this year.
Vim Crane, who left us in the tenth grade, is now married and expects a little
one this spring.
Molly Burgwin has resumed her studies in Pittsburgh.
Maisie Cochran strayed in 1945 but finds her way back quite often.
Helen Bettle decided to finish off her schooling at Lauzanne in Switzerland and
we have received many interesting and amusing letters from her.
Celia de Gersdorlf, a never'to'be'forgotten alumna, is now studying in Boston.
She has been down to see us many times and we hope she will be under the
heading ofthe "Wishing Well" at this time next year.
Randall Lowndes strayed from us in the ninth grade to continue her studies at
C. M. S.
BALLARD, KITTY ANNE
BARTLETT, ISABELLA .
BARTLETT, VIRGINIA . .
BELL, MARY ....
BOLTON, MARY AMES . .
BROWNE, JULIA BELL . .
BUCK, MARY RICHARDSON .
CAREY, LORNA UNDERWOOD
CAREY, LOUISE .....
CARROLL, ANNE PARKER .
CHITTENDEN, MARY MACNEIL
CROKER, CAROLYN . . .
CROKER, VIRGINIA .
DOUB, ANNE . .
DOUB, PENNY .
ELDER, NINA POE . . .
EWING, JACKLYN ....
FENIMORE, FRANCES DIXON
FISHER, JULIA .....
FISHER, KATHERINE . . .
FRICK, LOUISE WINSLOW .
GAMBLE, MARIA ....
GANS, NANCY . .
GANS, ROSALIE .
GEER, CHRISTINE .
GILLET, PAGE SWANN
HACKNEY, CAROL .
HALL, FRANCES .
HECHT, ALICE .
HOBSON, ANNE . ,
HUMPHRIES, JAY .
HURST, FRANCES . .
JANNEY, SHEILA . .
. . . . . . 405 Edgevale Road, Baltimore 10
. . . . . . . Owings Mills
. . . . . . . Owings Mills
, . . . . . . . Owings Mills
. . . . Milford Mill Road, Pilcesville 8
. . . . . . . . . . . . Owings Mills
. Shepherds Lane, R.F.D. 2, Ellicott City
. . . . . . . "Jericho," Ellicott City
. . . . Owings Mills
. . . . Stevenson
. . . . , . . . Ellicott City
. ......... Garrison
. 1514 Bolton Street, Baltimore 17
. 1514 Bolton Street, Baltimore 17
. . . . . , . . Owings Mills
. . . . . . . . Owings Mills
. . 110 Upnor Road, Baltimore 12
. . . . . . . . Owings Mills
. 5007 Greenleaf Road, Baltimore 10
. . . , . . . . . . . Eccleston
. . . Eccleston
. . . . . . . . . . . Owings Mills
. . . . . . . . . . . . . Ruxton 4
. . 6009 North Charles Street, Baltimore 12
. . 6009 North Charles Street, Baltimore 12
. Black Pond Road, Reisterstown
. . . . . . . . . . Glyndon
. Cold Saturday Farm, Finksburg
. . . . . . Garrison Road, Owings Mills
. . 723 Howard Road, Sudbroolc Park, Pikesville
. . . , . . . . Long Top Hill, Glyndon
. . . . . . . . . Stevenson
. . . . . . . . . . . Glyndon
. . . . West Lake Avenue, Baltimore 10
KEFOVER, MARY .
LEE, HELEN . ,
LESCURE, ONO .,...
LESER, FREDERICA FULRON .
MCHENRY, JOAN ....
MCLEAN, FRANCES WINSHIP
MACNEILLE, ELLEN BREVOORT
MENZIES, PATRICIA . . .
MIDDLETON, CARTER . ,
MOORE, MARY AGNES . .
MORGAN, CARROLL . .
PIPER, JANE . .
POE, KATHERINE B. .
PRICE, SALLY . . .
PRIMROSE, MARY LUCINDA
READ, FRANCES . .
RICH, BETTY . .
SHRIVER, HELEN . . .
SLACK, ELIZABETH RANDALL
SPAYDE,JoAN . .
SPAYDE, SUE . . .
STEWART, ELEANOR .
STEWART, SANDRA .
STEELE, ESPY ......
SYMINGTON, EMILY HARRISON
WAREIELD, LOUISE . . .
WATTS, ANN POWER .
WHITE, LOUISE TAYLOR
WILGIS, JANE . . .
WILLIAMS, CHARLAS .
WILSON, MARILYN .
. Coclceys Mill Road, Reisterstown
. . . . . . . . . Owings Mills
1200 Poplar Hill Road, Baltimore 10
. . . . Overbrook Road, Ruxton
1103 Harriton Road, Baltimore 10
, "Braeside,,' Broadway, Lutherville
. 2423 Ken Oak Road, Baltimore 9
. 108 Midhurst Road, Baltimore 12
. . . . . Garrison
. . . . . Eccleston
. . . Box 33, Pikesville 8
. . . ..... Garrison
. . Garrison Road, Owings Mills
. . . .... Pilcesville 8
. . Garrison
, . Pilcesville
. . . . . . . . . . Ruxton
. "RoClcyWolc1 Farmf, Hampstead
. . . . . . . Owings Mills
. Chartley Farm, Reisterstown
. Old Court Road, Pilcesville 8
. Old Court Road, Pilcesville 8
. . . . . . . . . Union Mills
. . . . . . . . . Union Mills
. Eight BiSl'1op'S Road, Baltimore 18
. . . . . . . . . Owings Mills
. . Owings Mills
. . . Garrison
. . . ..... Garrison
05 St. Dunstanls Road, Baltimore 12
. . . , . . . Box 153, Pikesville
. . . . MCDonOglI
. . . . . . . . . . Glyndon
. . . . . . , . Stevenson P.O.
812 Bellemore Road, Baltimore 10
. 812 Bellemore Road, Baltimore 10
AMORY, NANCY .
ANDERSON, JILL .
APPLETON, FRANCES .
BARLOW, SUSAN .
BAYNE, SARAH MARGARET
BOCKIUS, ANNA ..,.
BOHLEN, CELESTINE EUSTIS .
BOLLING, ELIZABETH LANIER
BOURNE, SUSAN H. . .
BRADLEE, ALICE LEE .
BROKAW, FRANCES DEVILLERS
BUNKER, SUZANNE . . .
CARPENTER, SONIA . . .
CHAMBERLIN, JUDITH MACY .
CHANLER, ROSANNA . . .
COOK, CONSTANCE REA
CRABBE, IDOLINE .
DICK, MARION ....
DOUGLAS, DITA GORDON . . .
DOUGLAS, KATHERINE LIVINGSTON
FIELD, PAMELA PEARSALL . . .
FOY, CYNTHIA . . .
FRANCK, RACHEL .
GAILLARD, VIRGINIA .
GALAJIKIAN, NAN JAY .
GARDNER, SALLY CARY
GARLAND, COURTNEY .
HALL, NANCY . . .
HAMMOND, DOROTHY .
HANES, ANNA , .
HANES, ORMSBY .
HARRINGTON, JANE .
HARRINGTON, MARY .
HARRIS, EVELYN GERTRUDE
HINMAN, ANN . . .
. . . , . . . 941 Park Avenue, New York, N.Y.
. . 28 East 63rd Street,, New York, N.Y.
. . . . A Bar A Ranch, Encamprnent, VVyo.
. . Brookville Road, Jericho, Long Island, N.Y.
. . . , . . . . Muncy Farms, Muncy, Pa.
. . 401 Sandy Valley Road, Westwood, Mass.
. . . . N.A,T.T.C., Memphis 15, Tenn.
. . . . 73 Marlboro Street, Boston, Mass,
. . . . 420 Rex Avenue, Chestnut Hill, Pa
. . 530 East 86th Street, New York 28, N.Y.
. . . . 80 Pinckney Street, Boston, Mass.
. . 600 Tigertail Road, Los Angeles 24, Calif
. . . 311 Palisade Avenue, Yonkers 3, N.Y
. . . . . . . . . . Montchanin, Del
. . 130 East 75th Street, New York, N.Y
. . 59 East 92nd Street, New York, N.Y
. . . . . . . . "Greenacres," Princeton, NJ.
. . . . 35 Lapland Road, Chestnut Hill 67, Mass
1109 East Broadway, Hewlett, Long Island, N.Y.
. . . . . 612 Woodland Road, Lake Forest, Ill.
. . . . Westbury, Long Island, N.Y.
. . 520 Park Avenue, New York, N.Y
. . Sloatsburg, Rockland County, N.Y
. 60 East 93rd Street, New York, N.Y
. . Hayflelds Farm, Cockeysville, Md
. . . Montrose Road, Woodbrook, Md
. 425 President Avenue, Lancaster, Pa
. . . 89 Killdeer Road, Hamden 14, Conn
. 4100 Greenway Street, Baltimore 18, Md
. . . . . . . . . . . Woodbine,Md
. . Four Charlcote Place, Baltimore 18, Md
. . . . . . "Faygate," Middleburg, Va
. . Garrison Road, Owings Mills, Md
. . Box 840, Winston'Salem, N.C
. . . . . . . Millbrook, N.Y
. . . . "Pleasant Valleyf' Easton, Md
. , . . "Pleasant Valley," Easton, Md.
. . Brookville, Glen Head, Long Island, N.Y
. . . . . Bullet Hill, Southbury, Conn
. . . . . . 655 Park Avenue, New York, N.Y
. . . One East End Avenue, New York 21, N.Y
HUGHES, LYDIA FOULKE . 8009 Navajo Street, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Pa
HUMRSTONE, JOAN .
. . . . . . Rockledge Road, Saranac Lake, NY
KENDALL, SUSAN .
KINGSBURY, JULIE .
MEAD, MARIANNA . .
MELCHER, URSULA W. .
MINNERLY, BETSY ....
MORGENSTIERNE, MARGARET .
. . 231 Everett Avenue, Hew1ett, Long 1s1and, N.Y.
. . . 510 East 84th Street, New York 28, N.Y.
. . . . . . . . . . , Sea 1s1and, Ga.
. . 651 Black Rock Road, Bryn Mawr, Pa.
. 50 Old Hartford Turnpike, Hamden, Conn.
. . . . Ho11y Beach Farm, Annapolis, Md.
. . . . . . . Mi11brook, N.Y.
. . . . . Ros1yn, Long Island, N.Y.
. . . . . . Roslyn, Long 1s1and, N.Y.
. . 112 Witherspoon Road, Baltimore, Md.
. . . . . Star Route, Loughlintown, Pa.
. . One Beekman P1ace, New York, N.Y.
. . . . . . Houk Road, Dayton, Ohio
. . 170 East 78th Street, New York, N.Y.
. ...... Great Barrington, R.F.D. No. 3, Mass.
. . . . . . , . Norwegian Embassy, Washington D.C.
O,NEILL, MARILYN . U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters, 1300 E Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.
OSGOOD, DIANA ............. 12 Kingsbury Road, Chestnut Hill, Mass.
PERRY, JANE B. .
REED, MARTH.A . . .
REEVES, LUCY ......
ROGERS, EVELYN WILLIAMS
SADLER, CATHERINE . . .
SCHARIN, LOUISE . .
SEARS, ANNIE WARE . .
SEDGEWICK, SARAH SULLIVAN
SEMLER, GAY ....
SMITH, ANN HASWELL . . .
STARKE, VALERIE ....
STEwART, MARY WASHINGTON
STOKES, CATHERINE ....
THOMPSON, DIANA . .
TROWBRIDGE, KATHERINE .
TUCKERMAN, THERESE .
VINCENT, SALLY ....
VON STADE, KATHRYNE STEELE
WADSWORTH, ELLEN . . .
WALKER, ANN .
WALSH, ANN P. . .
WERNER, CLAIRE ANN
. . . . . Baldwin Road, Mt. Kisco, N.Y.
. . 5369 Northumber1and Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
. . . Darby and Paoli Roads, Bryn Mawr, Pa.
. . . . . . . Syosset, Long 1S1and, N.Y.
. Wight Avenue, Cockeysvi11e, Md.
. 1500 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, 111.
. . . Nine Exeter Street, Boston, Mass.
. . . . 367 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass.
. . 49 East 92nd Street, New York 28, N.Y.
. . 178 East 70th Street, New York 21, N.Y.
. . . . . Easthampton, Long 1s1anc1, N.Y.
. Newtown Road, Radnor, Pa.
. . . . Walnut Bank, Berwyn, Pa,
. . . . Water Street, Marion, Mass.
. . George Hill Road, Lancaster, Mass.
. . George Hill Road, Lancaster, Mass.
. . . Vineyard Lane, Greenwich, Conn.
. . . . . . 18 East Chestnut Hi11,Phi1ade1phia,Pa.
. . . . . . 103 East 86th Street, New York 28, N.Y.
3107 Dumbarton Avenue, N.W., Washington 7, D.C.
, . . . . . . . . . Westbury, Long 1s1and, N.Y.
. . North Wi1ton Road, New Canaan, Conn.
. Indian Chase Drive, Greenwich, Conn.
. 269 Hanover Street, Annapolis, Md.
. . . . . . 9625 Ladue Road, St. Louis 5, Mo.
WHIPBLE, JOAN ELIZABETH
WHITAKER, ROBERTA . . .
WILSON, MARGUERITE SINGER
WHITE, ELIZABETH ....
BOYD, MARY KELLER . .
BROCKENBROUGH, REBECCA .
BROWN, ELIZABETH . .
EARLE, MARGARET WOOD .
GLANVILLE, ROBERTA . .
GRAHAM, STUART .
GRAN, A. KATHLEEN
HALL, DOROTHY P. .
HESSEY, JOAN HURST .
JONES, HELEN .
KOONTZ, BESSE S. .
LESER, LOUISE D, .
MARSHALL, JEAN G. . .
MATTHAI, FRANCES P. .
NISBET, CHRISTINE . .
OEEUTT, NANCYJ. .
PARKER, NANCY L. .
PENROSE, RHODA L. .
PETTIT, ETHEL . .
SIMPSON, ELIZABETH ....
SUTER, FRANCES LUCIE . . .
TRAIN, FRANCES KMRS. W. FQ
VANDERVEER, MIRIAM B. . .
WAGNER, MARY ADELAIDE
WHITE, E. ELIZABETH . .
WHITMAN, SUZANNE W. .
YOUNG, ELIZABETH .
. Stephen Mather Road, Darien, Conn.
. 115 Sixtyfeighth Place, Kenosha, Wis.
. . . . Waite Hill, Willoughby, Ohio
. . 171 Harding Road, Glen Rock, NJ,
. . . 1708 Green Street, Columbia, S.C.
. 1601 Grove Avenue, Richmond 20, Va,
. . . . . . . . . Chestertown, Md.
. 1172 Park Avenue, New York, N.Y.
. . . . . . . . .Garrison,Md.
. . . . 327 Green Street, Cheraw, S.C.
. . 46 Lancaster Avenue, Buffalo 9, N.Y.
. . . 1319 Park Avenue, Baltimore, Md.
. 5708 Greenleaf Road, Baltimore 10, Md.
. . . . . . . . . Owings Mills, Md.
. . . Windy Ridge, Far Hills, NJ.
. 129 E. 2nd Street, Waynesboro, Pa.
. . . . . . . . . Garrison, Md.
. . Garrison, Md.
. . Garrison, Md.
. . Garrison, Md.
. . Garrison, Md.
, . . . Garrison, Md.
. . Tuxedo Park, N.Y,
. . . . . . . . Garrison, Md.
. . . . . . Eine Creek Mills, Va.
. . 3409 Greenway, Baltimore 10, Md.
. . . . . . . . . . Pikesville, Md.
. 714 North Portage Path, Akron, Ohio
. . . , . . . . . . . Ruxton 4, Md.
. 18 DuPont Avenue, White Plains, N.Y.
. 1324 Monte Sano Avenue, Augusta, Ga.
. . . . . . R.D. 1, Owings Mills, Md.
. . 206 Laurens Street, Baltimore 17, Md.
180 Rose Hill Avenue, New Rochelle, N.Y.
. . , . . . . . . Owings Mills, Md.
. Pikesville, Md.
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336 NORTH CHARLES STREET
OWINGS MILLS, MD.
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PIKESVILLE 300 FOREST 8040
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PROPERTY MANAGEMENT .
PHONE PIKESVILLE 530 166, Coal, Waod and Fuel Oil
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PHONE 306 REISTERSTOWN, MD.
Phone: Pikesville 556
Ladief' and Gents' Tailoring
CLEANING - PRESSING - ALTERING
1208 Reisterstown Rd. Pikesville 8, Md.
Phone LExingtorI 6863
Schoen - Russell, Inc.
MILLINERY COATS GOWNS
335 N. CHARLES ST. BALTIMORE, MD.
Park Radio Co.
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321 N. CHARLES ST. SARATOGA 1134
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Pboneyx Pikesville 516 ' Forest 3555
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421 N. CHARLES ST. - BALTIMORE
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Phone Pikesville 55-J Night, Pikesville 254-J
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Electric and Plumbing Supplies
Polishes 8: House Furnishings
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PIKESVILLE 55-W on 591-W
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PHONE, PIKESVILLE 546
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PHONE PIKESVILLE 731
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149 BELLEVUE AVENUE
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