Glen Burnie High School - Gophers Yearbook (Glen Burnie, MD)

 - Class of 1956

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Laying the Cornerstone Patrons and Advertisements Bulldmg CONTENTS HIGH SCHOGL DEDICATIO FOREWORD 01 11111111 161111 111' 11111111111 111 G1LIl 111111111 Hlg1l 5v11011 111111 1131111 1 mg 111111111 1- 1 ll 1 11111111111 1 1 111 1 el 1 1 U 1 N 1111 111111111 fl 1 lf f DJ 11111111 1 11 1 11111 111111111 111 11111 111 .1111711111111N 11111 1111 11 111 111 1 11111 111112 .1111 1 111 111 D1 ff 1 111111 It 11111111 11111111 11f 1llN 11111 1 Ill We 111116 11111e111111L11 111 11111 xPc1111001X 111 N111111 111111 1116 11111N11111't11111 of - 111 1 1 IS 11111 1 11 111 11111111 1111 1111 111 11 11111 11111 1 1 1 1 1 1111 11111111111 F' 1 ' 11 1111 1111 11' '1 ' s 111, 111 111 111 1111111 11111115 11f il ,4-' 2.'.llIll. '1'111s1 1 pe: 11111' ll" 111'1"11111' Rl I'f'i1111y 11111-11. 111 11111 Spring 111 1955, 1-1111s11'111'111111 1 11115 1111111111114 1111g1111. W1-. 1111' sl111111111s 111' 11111 S1-11i111' 1'111:s. gl'i'il11y 11pp1'111'i11111 ' '11111- 111' 1111 11111 1121111 111 llil' 1111' gf'IIIl1i1S1lllll 1111111113 111- g1111111111t1'. A1111 111 S111111' 11111 11111111 'ia1ti1111 11'c111111i1"111- 11 1 1971 1,118 ' 11' 1 111 11 J 1 ' "'1 '11s ' 1 'g' ' y 1 g' 11 s -'ll' glk' 11 1' ' 1 eff '15 11115 11 111' 1' 1'q 'll' 2l11ll11i11llg1S.'1 1'1-11' 11 11 g' '11 f 11 ' 131 ll 1'1.' f 's 151115 111111 we 11111111 111111 11111' 1111111111 11111 111- '1: firm '11111 s111i1 QS 1 1111111 111111115 1111i111i11g. The Faculty-Who laid the foundation Edward Dexter Vice-Principal Louis Knox Charles W. wha land ViCe'P'inCipaI . . y Principal r PDA I l- N common sight to all-the office. ,E f V' Erwin Mahannah cf, , Pg- GUIDANCE Clarine Thackston Lois Neilson Secretary Secretary A little guidance from Mr. Mahannah helps a lot 1 upon which is based . i ,azz 5' Clara Dixon 7 wi5iiAf'f A, Mildred Bogie Benjamin Williams FOREIGN LANGUAGES F. Anne Wilson ENGLISH ...Z Strange things are happening in Miss Bogle's English class. Flora Kirkley 1. u y- " f Gladys Gilbert Eclward Budelis Lillian Dexter Oil Lela Wright Wlass murdvr in Dramatic Arts. Blom Faint Bliche'-l-An is- land city. ll. .- Q1 Olive Gambrill Julia Norman X 1 ,Y, We N 0 Am Louise Sapp MA HE ATICS K xxx. N 1 xl W Y Mary Boyle a sense of values HISTORY This is the route of Columbus. Narcy Kutz Joseph Dudzak Mary McCeehan Gilbert Wilkes 5 'U- 1 'L John Eakins Boy, do we lemsl have prob- Are we all sane people? PSYCHOLOGY fv- 61' Madeline Stotz l1.+ that was invaluable to us Typing - a key subject. 'v V .P 1' We f f-f L R' , 4 - ' Loisanne Rusak Lena Clemmer COMMERCIAL g 'Q Kathryn Boyle Mary Henry Maxine Kirkley Margaret Mathews , F1 Calculating --how to get out from under Mrsf Clem mer's eyes. X 1 ty. ,,,. ,f f at PHYSICAL EDUCATION Q an ml x N .ix A ', l 1-2-3-1-2-3 Good for the figure. .5 5 :hi-YM. .aaa- ,.,-gk , 2' Julia Berwager John Anderson Ray Green ' 95' .1 1-.J if '3 Garner Klair I ' Q. g zax 13? 1 " '- 'Q I Benjamin Pillus .H John Gallik HOW PI ECONOMICS Nlicv- Grogan SCIENCE and will be as citizens I YN A4- CS' Lon-na Evan- Futurf- chemists at work with Mrs. Evan's help. X Katherinf- Frantum i ' 1:-' , , N U, John Lagoski Robert Miller MUSIC eJl Dorothy Crouch lnfirlf- information .Ani With a song in their hearts. Please. Canit anybody hit a right note? Lois Rogvrs Wilbur Keeney in the world of tomorrow. ART SQ' lk A Z Virginia Collins Nw ",-- -.uffli L.. f 1 Mrs. Lockwood enjoys lu-r dutiesias new art teacher. v 5 , . , Qikr W , DRIXER hDLCAT1oN . 4. , , I if f ,- 3, -we V+ ' 'N f fm ,gf - 'Vi 'E A E l. . li if ' 5 ' - D A Erwin Norton JANITORIAL STAFF Mr. Andy Kilmer. Mr. James Evans CAFETERIA STAFF Ron' I: Mrs. Ruth Kornmann. Manager: Mrs. Adrienne Griffin. Mrs. Alma Pfeiffer. Mrs. Helen Avara. Roux 2: Mrs. Helen Sank. Mrs. Margaret Boyer. Mrs. Elsie Becker. po -ag "" , K' 4 X QP ,S 7,1 .4 1' Art work is ard work. No. thatk not the brake. Dolore- Old faithful-Mr. A1 Hoerl I Building Process YQ! . . , -.v s Ja , 1' . ' 1: -5 I ff Yi. xl 5,.xlk-, 1 XP' f .. ' ! f . 4 'P' 5, I il! if-f. wllf II aff- ., F. 1 5 'Xa , 11 5 I 'fit .rj X. QNX-.A ,..- I I i CLASS UF HSST No longer can thev he called the babies of the school for thev have passed into their Junior year. and others will come to take their place as Sophomores. They can look forward to the Junior Prom and tea dances, to their growing importance as students and citizens of Glen Burnie High. SOPHOMORE CLASS ADYISERS: Miss NTCGPPDSH. Mr. Miller Q the completion 525 ZA2 Row 1: C. Wilder, A. Sentz, R. Luedtke. M. Hartman, D. Whay, R. Krickler, R. Reed, M. Hoffman. S. Meyers. A. Decker. Row 2: T. Reinhardt. J. Rayford, L. Triplett. P. Delozier. R. Cannon. K. W'ar- ren, J. llenedetti, l. Courtney. .l. Crouse. E. Yarnedoe. Row 3: C. Wieland. T. Perry. R. Taylor, J. Matthews. li. Cardwell. W. Fire- sheets. A. Martin. M. Vaughn. 0 2A1 Row 1: P. Hudson, P. MacDonald. J. Zemaitis, A. Kendall. R. Stal- naker, J. Dt-Cruchy, N. Parrish, M. Quasney, P. Ellison, J. Humphreys, L. Fritz. Row 2: A. Ramsay, M Messina, G. Hendrickson, D. Rim- hach. J. Mullins, D. Heller. C. Wilk- inson. R. Wirth, G. Ackerman. F Marshall. R. Edwards, L. Neat. Row 3: H. Briggs, N. Lupton, C. Krick. A. Gleason. W. Tepper, C. Bill, R. Collins. J. Collins. Row 4: E. Swanson. H. Macey, .l. Suesse, J. Tipton. I. '1""'f"'N I -4'j.-K-3-Jfqs-sf-Q HL -25 2 A 3 Rau' 1: Nl. Shawen. F. Pine. S. Crawford. C. Clarke. C. Burnette. P. Ritz. B. Sm-ss. E. Garrison. C. Poole, J. Smith. T. Lloyd. Row 2: J. Dunn. fl. Thomas. G. Phelps. F. Glas. E. Carback. J. Thompson. E. Skarzynski. l:..QYan H-Q32 C. Mc'- liee. J. Cuthman. WY. llyrd. Rau: 3: J. Anthony. W. Carey. Nl. WY-st, ll Piepenhagen. 5. Dudinyak. lf. Forsht. S. Yargo. NL Rohrhach. R. Gelatt. Row 4: R. Rowles, W. Rid- gell. B. Neumann. Nl. Andrew. IQ. Lampron. of the building draws near, 2A4 Rau' l: L. lfinfeldt. ll. Yiskovil. R Dills. J. White. D. Missel. L. Can non. NI. Zimmer. L. Follin. D. Cal xert. Roll' 2: N. SHIIPTS. D. MC Quoio. R. lloushell. B. Burl. F Sank. A. Fick. L. Hirschauer, L Wolf. Row 3: NI. Death, J. Nic Cormick. F. Kreiner. E. Forsythe. R Jeffers. A. Heir. J. Fuller, D. Cohel Row 4: F. Levay, J. Turc. B. West erkamp. D. Ward. R. Koontz. R. Sparks. L. Dilworth. D. Ladd. xt 2Cl Rau' 1: G. Hayden. K. Vincent. L. Cook. N. Bragg. P. Coach, Y. Cor- tina. J. Kemp. P. Tyson. P. Fitz- patrick. J. Killmeyer. Rou' 2: S. Noratel. E. Sterling. J. Whay. C. Hawthorn. D. Phelps. D. Rose. B. Dickerson. J. Oden. B. Schultz. B. Grahe. Row 3: P. Ford. D. Mvln- tyre. J. Ftonesifer. D. Kinder. J Crandall. D. Reuse. J. Benack. Rau 4: J. Heilker. D. Conrad. D. Sipes fl Thompson. QC2 Row l: ff. Bahnlein. R. Serp. L lloyko. P. Dorvin. T. Friedel. J llartlose. L. Pritchard. E. Kelley. M. flosnell. Row 2: J. Hill. ll. Bunk S. McMillan. M. Bechtel. A. Kisin er. M. Koontz. D. Smith. A. Ftriek- lantl. L. Sehlieht. C. Gardner. F Jeffers. Row 3: D. MCKeel, R. Me Keel. R. Holmes. J. Stineheomh, C Schmidt. M. Rrugles. 1 the underclassmen mature It 'WX ZC4 Row 1: M. Popp. L. Smith, C. King. B. Rodgers. D. Frazier, J. Kratsas. M. Donaldson. S. Frye, A. Reck. K. Merrill, Y. Krausman. Row 2: W. Duly. T. Manning, J. Cadd. E. Cirolami. P. Hynson, P. Huffman. M. Hoover. P. Joy. F. Bi- anca, L. Lancaster. Row 3: C. Young. W. Milleker. J. Lechleiter. D. Fader. S. Boyd, C. Ceisberf, J. Hevion, J. Hirely. Row 4: A. Franklin. R. Preston. W. Watts. "-'ili- ZC3 Row 1: M. Macy. H. Green, O. Burk harflt. D. Moore. D. Hartman, S. Lin ton, 5. Farnshaw, ll. Whitt-forfl, J Mundy. J. Muller. Rout 2: P. Cary D. Ruths, R. Sadler. ll. Layman, Y Conklin. ll. Sliives. M. Connelly. P Ke-llogzgz. S. lilair, J. Payne, J. 5c'hil linger. Rau' 3: B. Forsythe. C. Hel wig. uR,,,.KQale. R. Potter, D Lou hry, D. De Martini. J. Sweeney . uark. Row 4: F. Rates. E vi- Runkle. I Y-41. .JL W 5-.-."'.i.."s:,t-'r'i H-a..f. -'- 5 . ALL - -. into The first report wards from Glen Burnie Senior High. These sopho- more girls wondered what happened to all the A's they had heard so mueh alrout. 2C5 Row 1: P. Cook, J. Wasmus, L. Stone. J. Wittmyer. D. Norris, B. Cole. D, Miller. J. Collison. A. Shan- aberger. Nl. Wise. Row 2: N. Blake, K. McMullen. L. Kroener. P. Ream, N. Buckman, Nl. Fiebel. A. Candales, R. Hudson. F. Miller, J. Avara. D. Ruark, S. McClain. Row 3: L. Neubauer. C. Spear, F. Van Meter. B. Mosley. B. Aversa, B. Jarrell. J. Clayton, A. Guy. Row Al: D. Houck, T. Bryan, B. Beatty, R. Martin. A. Merkel. D. McCoy. strong and learned students 2C6 Rau' 1: L. Bart. D. Detheran. J. Dieus. B. Dailey. L. Cole. N. Nes- lein. F. Bates. Nl. Cayhardt. D. Cot F. Nemenz. P. Calabrese. B. Shank. Ron' 2: M. Dodd. P. Crumbacker. R. Swindell. L. Handschuh. J. Sruhbs. NI. Watts. Schmidt. M. Thompson. B. Milhausen. J. Sur- land. B. Yockel. Row 3: Nl. Pul- lian. J. Loughrey. J. Loughrey. B. Branham. R. Brunk. E. Zurek. G. Nlayr. A. Parrill. Rau' 4: R. Jor- dan. L. Reynolds. E. Sprinkle, R. Young. 2V1 Row 1: P. Platzke-. B. Fogle. J. Dove. C. Naegele. H. Yiers. B. Host- ler. G. llarshner. D. Waits. C. Vogel Row 2: C. Roger. N. Williams. N. Richardson. B. Davidson. C. Par- doe. E. Cray. P. Cooper. C. Louden- slager. W. Prates. R. Pakenheimer. Rou' 3: R. Nlusselman. C. Henkel. E. Reibert. B. Hurznr-r. J. Simmons. C. Lehr. H. Fcheilie. H. Kriewald. -lg fl 17 ff. -EY2 Rau' 1: E. Doss. R Rhodes. Taylor, R. Nlixter, R Johnston, C. Breedon, F. Siperko Rau, 2 LaBarre .l Fdelblute who will lead Glen Burnie High -.Q f 1 2V3 Ron: 1: F. Garriques. D. Cox. M. Frech, R. Kern. J. Jewer, R. fp- ton. W. Kahler. E. Fritts, B. NIC- Lane. W. Rogers. F. Scharff. Row 2: R. Willey. J. Phillips, G. Adams. R. jenkins. R. Andercyk, B. Wheel- er, C. White. P. Coffelt. A. Rothage. R. Habel. Row 3: R. Manges. D. Fessler. E. Hayden. R. Humphreys. L. Fenzel. W. Arnold. F. Leimkeh- ler. P. Herron. R. Geisler. ' : E. - , . . , M. Bochinski, R.FHoward, J. Ste vens, M. Henn, C. Watts. C. Ben nett. O. Lewis. Row 3: F. Braun, A. Barn. K. DeBusk, W. King. A Acree, R. Caplinger. J. Doe, A. Par sons. 'x ZV4 Row l: C. Schoolman. H. Thomas, H. Hyson, J. Revere. j. lfveson, Row 2: ,I. Mueller, F. Tepper, R. Leight. J. Duhalski, T. Aro. Row 3: G. Linderborne. O. Lewis. K. Howard. G. Wagner, R. Hammond. throughout the succeeding years. The whole School looks to the Snphomores to take the lead in the Magazine Campaign. Donald Goebel. Miss Mary Boyle. Pat Ellison. Dena nis Fratanluono. and Lois Einfelrlt worked hard to pu! Homeroom 23 at the top uf the list. J!!! 7-1I'.,v" 2Gl I Ron' 1: E. Bisiett. .l. Smith. C. Hall. R. Nlccauley. 5. Wroten. W1 Shortt. R. Graham. K. Holderman. S. Harman. J. Ewerd. Rou' 2: W. Garrett. D. Gunther. J. Smith, C. Bland. T. Haislip. J. Atkin. G. F inks. N. Shenton. G. Tucker. B. Cl?'Z?E R. Swigert. Row 3: R. Cork- ran. G. Hart. N. Yaliautis. G. Brash- ears. V1 Blake. R. Senft. W. Mit- chell. E. Amos. C. Emge. E3 '31- i 0 ,XDYISI-IRS Row 1: Mrs. Slotz. Mrs. Evans, Mrs. Sapp, Miss Kirklf-y. Rau' 2: Mrs. Hr-nry. Miss Dixun. Mi-- Hagen. Yi-7 . - - w --.u LIASS Ula "oi M thc- ilust of the rl:-parting Senior Class OFFICQERS fl. Hart. Svrri-taryg ll. Fquirffs. Trvaxurerg YY Stvwn-. Yicv Prr'NiflPnt3 M. flux, Prfsident. 1-lvars. thc' future Sen- iors are ushered in. tu lffarl and show the way fur the rest of the si-linul. .lust as the girders 3A2 Hou' 1: N. Huffman. li. Williams. S. llnyla. B. Shipley. R. Orier. M. Guy. I.. lion'-troll. P. Frank. C. Pepff. lj. Murn. Rau' 2: R. Fenft. A. june-s. Z. Conowr. R. Abel. D. Hofl, son. 5. Turvzylv. A. Harkum. If. Fnyele-r. I.. Ueppi. ll. Farrfll. IJ. Matthew-. Run' .iz J. Stew-na, K. llepting. lf. Wlillvr. S, llll0Vfll'. F. Surg:-uri. ,lf lle-rrity. ll. Knapp. H. Mau, K. Fliwrx. IJ. Nlf-wiv, P na 1 l 3A1 Run' 1: M. Cox, M. Dawson, 5 Korlnrugge-, I.. Canipbc-ll. M. Lvwis ll. l'.0llIlf'I'. ll. Dicus. P. Surgvon M. 'lliarc-lli. Ruu: 2: Wi. Doe, A llulflwf-ll. H. Stow-r, if. lirawley, K Barutzki. P. Sullivan. D. Spear. C Moflej. H. Pia-re-nian. T. .lohnion Run' 3: D. White. D. Tufts. A Johanwn. Ii. Rollei. J. Wilkinson. J Scott. C. Wblff. zyf' l za mi Y 10,51 Asif IFA! Future Seniors participating in self- government. X13 af 1 '57-Z ':'... ... 'T 38 55 15 Q -11' I i SSA? Ron I Nl Nlitehell J Knerr ton Nl Well NI Fic e Kee ll Morton L Wall-Cer o n ton Rou. 2 Tlppett li 'Vfclfachern I Cannadw l'l011t7 Y Hart Duly A Neharf ou, 3 A 0 0 ni 1 H Nuire R lox R Thweatt R fibson .l Flcle Wm L Coaf C loodale C avi l- fharpiat l' Wirth C Deloz er Boykin Ni Bennett W Bry ant Nf 0 ann R Smith Row Rzu 1 D qtaude C Underwood kr N 9 im f Oliver little 9 Qnwder P Carpen lu B lheici N Rllew Q Wind or Row 7 K Foreman B Nlartin Q Cook E Dunn P Xfartm I Cline R Braun D Bender Wi Dau C Xndrew E W eller 'NI Harbaugh Rou 3 E Baker C Ergott C lxammerer X DeGraw L Size more B Willew B Wheeler Rou 4: J. Snyder. I. Bock. B. Griffith. ff, Law. H. Schochet. D. Box. 'i' iii ,.....- .,, D f-r - 7 f'D , :J A ,U m J, 1-1- 3- - Q W., I .., g C ,Vo 'Qu' Q flikf ' hf,.1-.. 'ffrrrrj M 4-P Y' 'Q' ' 'f 'l rp: 1451 ' ni -I- f 1 . v ,im I li . . "' Mil 51' I' E' o.- , ' U!!! ,M ' .. 4 Ill '-3 - --A' A L, muffin Qnnlluflli . Q- C - stiff' .,s'3lIl' lull! 1 5' "V .--lul.l'I xl' ilk.: "' ll l.lIlli UQ Y ' .25--new . ' ,,7,,. e-f- g . . 7- 5 -.. 3-'47, ' ' - .- :T s 'C in ini' Hui. lnrlvu ' 1.3.1. . . V I I N . . - r . I - ' 1 . ' ' . ,. T. , ,. -A ,.. -' , -llr,f , I . i 4 - : so . -7 4- . - .. . . ' "'t 4 5" .,...,f'.,. 3 f-A 2- . . w ' rn i -5' l , A N I ,,. . ' U :H-cn. -.r, L1 --'ll' i rn J., 'CU-'JZ . u.-... .. . . br'u Qs. . . ,. . . . 4 - . . . S5 431115 N! 31:2 Rau' 1: N. Cook. P. Briggs. S. War rington, K. 0'Laughlin. E. Dail. If .Pollard. K. Wilke. A. Wood. A Swarthout. P. Kellenbenz. J. Lange ll. Brig:-rman. Rau' 2: Y. Allen li. Lamplf-, S, Orlen. l. Dellusk, Ii St-linvliele-n. Nl. Wie-ehman. G. Thall J. llivus. ff, Xantlios. ll. Yulney. R Rf-lilpein. IL, Warfield. Rou' 3: E flaw, P. Klein, D. Keyser. C. Wall- sr-lilager, M. Hartman. J. Wholey. il. lluncan. C. Disney. Nl. Bailey. so also do the underclassmen 3C3 Ron' l: J. Miller. lf. MCQuay. P lfisc-nhower. ll. Simkins. D. Weaver. R. Carrick. J. Kahler. Nl. Wilhelm ll. Pucenta. J. Museolino. Z. Rey nolfla. Row 2: E. Fitzpatrick. B Est'l1enlJaeh. A. Hammerbaeher. M Haaa. N. Plews. A. Follin. J. Hamp ton. 9. Banks. N. Peterson. P. Ree-e. NI. Nieman. Row 3: M Kennedy. Nl. Jacobs, B. He-ill. B He-lmstetter. ll. Ramsey. J. Brnee, Y. Taylor. fi, HOllSll. M. Schuman Rau' 4: lf. llird. F. McLean. N Ros:-nstovk. lf. Harding. Such rapt attention! We wonder what it's all about. strengthen the school "We will have these momente to remem- ber!" .Anticipating the Junior Prom. Measur- ing for class rings. 3C4 Row l: T. Posey, T. Hall. I.. West A. Youngbar. E. Keen. P. Young Nl. Sanders. A. Grey. A. Imhoff, F Nlichalowski. H. Leisner. Row 2: J. Lynn. J. Redmond. J. Koontz. P Hill. B. Marks. F. Null. N. Chandler. J. Hauler. I. Harvey. P. Poteet. M Wilson. P. O'Neill. Row 3: Nl Wagner. B. Smith. ,l. McClary, C Harding. W. Dodge, R. Wright. R Harrison. Row 4: J. Elmore, D Sorensen. J. Baker. J. Lex. 'J 3C5 Ron' l: R. Geisler. J. Clark. R Dean. NI. Fmelik. N. Wenck. V llanieter. C. Yoder. P. Mont- gomery. C. Di Bello. N. Dickson Hour 2: XI. Rnlfes. .l. Oetkin. P. Leonard. C. Berros. R. Exam. W Wil-on. D. Flynn. J. Fores. F. Nleyv ere. l. Cochran. Ron' 3: H. Ham montl. J. Nlager. A. Nlahe. lf. Haley J, Watson. Nl. Andercyk. Y. Arnold N. llea-ley. Rou' 4: C. l'rhan. W ffarter. ff. Weiland. J. Cook. 1 Q 3V1 Rou' 1: J. Ref-chel. l.. Franklin. J. Cartside. J. Korczynski. G. Coealin. J. Vedral. R. Foster. G. Levering. F. Miller. B. Boyer. Row 2: L. Friedel, R. Anderson. J. Brower. D. Humphreys. L. Burack. W. Pat- terson. N. Seibert. J. Thalherg. R. Ridgell. J. Ireland. Row 3: R Keiper, C. Ries. C. Whittaker. A Seibel. J. Stone. J. Hallister. R Sparks. E. Randolph. Ron' 4: B. Morrison, N. Cannaday. T. Busk C, King. C. Cline. J. McDonnell. N. Vanskiver. 133 QE. Ii- 5+ . l 1 . I - .ap 1,1 l and keep the lamp. of knowledge burning. Sxi fx VN NN ' ," ff' sl' ,ft :Il I . 1 V, I . 1 f I 3G1 Row 1: E. Hyson. K. Seifert. W Vance. R. Ehredt, N. Elliott. M Jordan. J. Reidy. E. Collett. P Clark. Rou' 2: R. Scardina. J Werner. A. Volandt. J. llearman. E Warrenberger. R. Bialek. L. Lough rey. C. Platzer. W. Fitzhugh. C. Sipes. Rou' 3: D. Fisher. D. Olsen J. Duvall. D. Ruhl. R. Martin. ll Despeauz. R. Numbers. C. Zeliraus kas .Row 4: F. Ftauffer. W. Ste vens. B. Hisley. R. Howatt. W. Wis man. 3V2 Ron' 1: B. Daniels, C. Johnson. D Bambino. B. Eying, R. Graham. W Peregoy. L. Thompson. D. Griffith ' 'rall. Row 2: M. Kastner. W 'd 8 Wh Polanowslci, T. Colden R, vans. W. Squires. A. Reese Rau' 3: F. Bunk, H. Williams. L Cadd. C. Owens. J. Thompson. C Schrodetski. 5 1 "-1 Q 5?'P"f'7 1 Finishin Tou h QN . JA l ff fi N X JC iv 3,.fJ S'I'l'IJIiX'l' COVNCIII. Rlllli 1: Nlr. N. Hllll. F, Hilnlllliln- li, Hil1.J. Il. 511-wiix. lrea-.1 .l- Xxlllsirl-MII. N-l'rv'-.1 N. liwk. Pre-N.: l. lim-lx. iw.: .l- Nli-Ne-l. J. lflinw-. F. limxvk. Nli-x F. Kirkle-5. Run 12: Nl. Wvlm-twr. ll. llivux. N. Klalrurnf-r. F. Wlyrr-. .l. Fflllllfl- J. Wolfe-. 5. . , , lm-. lx. Ffirviimii. ll. Ihle-r. lf. Hahn. IQ. llnyla. 5. Kof-hriiggv. xl. lritvlmrfl. X. Fam-r-. Ni. llonalil-rm. W. Ihily. Ron' QS: l.. l.a1lrl. K. Holi:-rlx. lf. ,lov-rw. J. .'Xc'kv'riiiari. ll. l.a1l1l. ll. Ruth-r. ll, Weird. l.. Knox. XY. Flli-nn. Nl. llaurnglurulnv-r. ll. llc-nnvtt. Vs, llaywnml. K. Ihinn. fl S4? Who got C'3lIgllllif janifv Schultz i--ur-N a iiolativn flip. NIMLXZINE 1ffXN1l"'xl1QN -H1211 l: Nlr. ff. lliayvr. xllNNl'l. N. Ywuarv. Nl. Whaylanfl. Rffu 2: fl. lfiv-nn-pf. fl. lirii rg l. Svhliltl. Xl. Bwrry. F. fflaitwn. Nl. llragu. Nl. Krir-lx. Ron .iz .l. Pvter-nn. ll. 5M'Pf'l. F. Nmak. Nlahannah. The drawing: for the- Magazine Canipaign proxed to he pmfitalmlv fur many. Thr- vampaign thi- pf-ar ma: highly Nlll'l'l'NQllll a- wr- ine-1 and wvnt owr the- goal uf 58.000 A building isn't complete 1' 'Q 9 iz. . Ht- xv?" ill ICIJITUHIAI. 5'I'.fXFF UF 14' l: U. IJ1-rflinge-r. ll, 'lihaye-r. KQ, Cortina. Nl. S. Warne-r. ll, ilrif H Huy. Mn- Grogan. ll. lloxtlr. H. HIIIVIIET. L lool:-. H. 5W'f'f'f, Nl. Our avtiw Hearlvonk phutograplwr. Ginny Poole-. -sg ...ite LE SUI lr'E.N'lR filll. B. Dr-aringl. lr. Palmer. J. K1-dnlun, J. Pe-If-r-on. Row Krivk. 5 .A - W fm Q f ,yljtv N LE 5Ol'VE.YlR EDITORS- Mr. Uudzak. Bu-inf-is Ad xiwrg Carol Poole. Co-Editor: Joanna Pvterxon. Cn Editorg Miss Grogan. Editorial Adxiserg Sharon Taff BlIbil'lf'SS Manage-r. the paint, tiling, flooring, BUSINESS STAFF OF l,l'.' SOI I'l:fNlR -- Row 1: S. Taff. ll. Mack. J. Sanders. E. Hooper. J. Pritchard. Ur. Uudzak. Ron' 2: H. Sherrod. J. ,lf-ffe-rs. NI, Dwyf-r. W. Hlliwn. . , Ji'- 4 I -'Q X 'lf' 7 HIPRESSIUNS STAFF R011 1: LQ. Ftinf-. D. Phillips. Nl. I.. Wvlmxler. E. Fwtr-r. U. Nllwrt. Run' 12: J. Rinkux, lf. ,loerf-x. Nl. gX. juhn-on, l.. l.a+l1l. l. lx:-mp. R. Sala. N. Sh-wart. K. Willw-. Nli-N lluyle. IHIIIFVNXJ-UIIS. Mlxiwr, aml lllnrm Slim- rvlau aft:-r ilu- maggalinw- hu- grim' tu pri'-N. llii- ll7Illft'.X.Sl.0lI.'? is an rrlllrliillflillfl literary maga- 1- 1-flilvrl ln thi- Juniors aml Sf'lli17I'S. This war. for the fir I tum ' "f ' '. Ihr- lllzpzrfsszhlzw Staff are pruurl lu pri -1 nl thi-ir riiugazim- with il 1-ulurful wwer. lhi-i are using Nlu1'xlui1rl's lm-all vulur ax lhvir 4 tlwm- l mlm r thi- lIlNxI'Xl-l4lIl nf Nlixs Nlgirx Biiylp. the' -Iziff llilf hail il rmsurrlirig year. the lights, the landscaping. "Nur llainll- nf lixprv--imiu v-xhiliit. rvprv--1-riling the- N1-lu-ffl! threw' lit'-rary work-. mm top prin- ut the Nlarxlunil Stab- T0'3l'll"fN lfomv-iitiwri. Thi- iilfu max originalml hy lfrliunl lm-rw anil hi- plgm ug- Q-lalwrale-il upon hy hix ff-llww workers of Ihr' IITIIIFFXNI-Uf1.Xl Ntaff. lho- f-xhilvit va- maflr- lwy rh-' ,Xrt Uvpartmvnt annl -pvcial re-1-ognitivri gm in thi- fwllowing: ll. Ender. ll. Thrift. li. Ftnnv. Xlri. ffollinx. E. Joe-rw. C, Sully. gy P x ? ' Nlakingz up the dummy are-2 Rau l: Nlr-. l.. llvxtf-r, l.. Sil1'l11Ul'f'. ll. Fullixan. F. l.ee, Rau' 2: ll. Butler, N, I w1n.1.0r. 11, 11.1111p., We are proud of our schfml neuspa- per. the Clvn Hllflll-IIII. uhif-li is edited lit Mrs. llrxtefs jUllI'II3llSlI1 vlass. The IICWSIJHIJPI' is a inonthly Hl'1'lbl1lll nf the af-tivities of G.B.H.S. Une nf the high- lights of the Clan llurrzian this year was their spei-iul issue devoted tu the new lruilrling. bu llfmnif- ffarl-1111. editor. rlismissf-s the Glen Burn- inn with Hrs. llc-xter. ..- rearlirigl the Glen Hurnian are: Run' lt J. lfulmer. lull I l.. 1.411151 A . i. l.aw. Ron' 2: Mrs. I.. Dexter. ,l. Wolfe. I' Iiusli-3. 41. Kznnrnr-rv-r. lf. Williams. A student, too, needs "finishing touches," rv' - fa' 1 STAGE CREW - R. Cih- in. F. Wirth. K. Watson. C. Delozirr. .l- Hontz. the stage crew. acquaint them- elves with the lighting equipment in the n:-w Hym- 4 full R . NllITIlN'I'N. Wi. Roivnaur-r. ll. Wiillvy. X vnuple- of faxt talks-rf make a sale at ilu- CIN, Qtore. N-L gr GROUNDS INIPROVENIENT ASSOCIATION Rau' 1: I'. llailf-. 5. llankx. If. Nlffyer-. 'I'rf'aw3 J. Kf-mp. Sec.: Nlr-, Nwirnian. ff, I'0wlf-. Pre--.1 fl. Thayer. Y-Pr:--.1 5. vNIPye-ral ixon. ll. Ilvpeppi. Ron' 2: R. Potter. J, Ireland. J. Firk. D. Dnrm. J. Nlullini. J. Gilbert. P. ffortina. R. 5parkQ, W. Vlimivn The C.l.X. has prow-rl their worth to Glen Burnie- High Fc-html In the many iiiiprmeriif-iit4 they haw niafle on the fr r' rfiunrls. We exper-t In see- some nut- ftancling prngrvss niarlf' lmy thv Biologi- val Cluh, nliif-li nas estaililislic-cl this fall In Nlr. Nliller. the extra-curricular activities: BIOLOGICAL CLLB Hou' I: li. Yi-kocil. B. Bennett. Cl. Wilkinson, N. Sauer. If. Houck. A. Fisk. Rqw 2: Il. Vaughn. J. Scliillinger. II. Larlfl. V. Westf-rkamp. E. Sullivan. L. Cannon. C, Law. lx, Rnberts. O. Stine. IJ. Ward. NI. Okerlund. Mr. Miller 'Fi i , , . Q26 il P09 5 l , ,,,, 1- ',9W'hn-to-'4 .--do-Q. ' k 'gi f . -. . . . . . V. . Pl ll, IURIL 'l ILALHER5 OF AN'lERlC.A Hou' l: 5. Hastings. N. Klaburnvr. Y. Hart. Trffasg Nl. Olstad. Sec.: Hrs. K. Frantum. H. Hill. Pres.: B. Dicus. V.-Pres. llul ack. C. Law. B. llffnnvtt. Row 2: NI. I.. Webster. P. Hudson. Nl. Nlitchv-ll. B. Norris, C. Pool:-, B. Shipley, Nl. Guy Urs:-r. l.. lfinfeldt. P. Klan-Donald. R. Roush:-ll. M. Cox. The Future Tvavhcrs nf Anlvriva is an org stut pra TllPlF1illlFlllllIllllf1 pruief-ts of the vc-ar have been substitute teavhinff. and rais- ing Hou Pre-- anization whit-h enables high school lents. intervstcfl in tvaching. to gvt vtival CXlDCI'lPllt'P in this fic-lfl. I' muncy for th?-ir scholarship funfl. Nl. Berry. C. Hahn. L. llvrbig. E. Wada haw le-arm-d that Charm is a valuable assvt in husinvss a well as in sovial lift-. This has lwvn pointvd out in one of a sPrif's nf lertures voncluctefl by tw tlmnnif-'rvial Club. our plays, operettas, CCJNIHERCIAI. CLUB ' 1: F. Clayton. P. Quasnvy. R. Saia. 'l'rvas.g ll. llutt-he-r. Fc-cz: Miss K. Boyle. J. Redman. Pr:-s.: C. Hammerbacker. .: NI. Krirk. tl, Thayf-r, ll. Stratton. Rnu' 2: J. Uavis. S. He-lmstvtter. A. Hs-rbv. Xl. Johnson. M. Neuberger. B. Wilson. Bragg. T. Divus. J. Sliaefer, li. Dc-aring. l.. Hcrbig. ll. Hahn. N. Ste-wart. E. Wade, Rout 3: ll. Stallings. E. Foster, B. Holm, s Titus . ff. Poole. N. fegafoosf-. M. Hurry. J. Peterson. Ruhr 71' if INDKSTRIAI. CI.lfB Rnu' I: Wlr. Nlahannah. W. Fir-lds Nl. Hf-nsley. Pres.: A. Craig. V. Pri'-.: W. Andf-rcyk. B. Stone. Hr Dexter. Rau' 2: E. Randolph. W Ilowns. H. Cffrtz. Treas.g R. He-lm SW.: I.. Ilush. PRUJECTIUN SQUAD Our thanks gm to tht- following who showelrl the movivs that hriglitenv-4l our school hours this ye-ar: J. llc'- llormivk. T. Nlurn. E. Swanson, U. Hawthorne. Nlr. Mil- le-r. D. Pheflps. Nl. llvath. I". Xlarshall. Earle-nv lllllivs anrl Cathf-rinv Law an' worthwhile as sistants to Nliss Wright in thf- Library. assemblies, clubs, organizations, ENGINEERING 8. APPLIED SCIENCE CILII Ron' l: T. Nlurn. Nl. .AL Benark, E. Williams. Svc.-Trea Squires. D. Box. W. Ellison. A. Johansen. Row 2: F Butler. R. Davis. D. Sutton. N. Book. R. Neat. W. Johnson Eakens. s.: E. ,Im-rr-s. Pri-s.g l". Wirth. V.-Pres.g H. . Marshall. G. Hendrickson. E. Swanson. W. . L. Goafl. J. Scott. Il. Spear. .l. Thomas. Nlr. J. -,j P I gf' I -49-4 9 5' 1 .I-1-4, , ,,,. f Y-TEEN Row 1: IJ. Lhler. ll. Benack. 5. Lee. Miss L. Rogers, S. Hastings. See.-Tre-as.: E, Foster. Y.-Pres.g M. Kennedy. J. Wolfe, W. Watson. K. Dunn. Row 2: B. Hartenstein. J. Missel, N. Klaburner. S. Taff. A. Segafoose, J. Prichard, J. Cline. P. Bosley, D. Wilkes. E. Sharf. C. Ergot. l. Boek. J. Gilbert. L. West. B. Stratton. J. Hackman. P. Young. ' The Future Nurses of America and the Y-Teen have shown through their charitable projects that good eitizenship N- is an important phase in all st-hool life. Uur dimes are marehing for lls on their way to Conquer Polio. and sports, where we learn FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA Rou 1: W. Watson. Hist.: R. Falter. Treats.. Nl. Stahl. Sec.g D. Uhler. Pres.g J, Hackman. V.-Pres.g Mrs. M. Stotz, B. Durm. Roz 2: J. Davis. F. Clayton. E. Hooper. J, Beatty. J. Fowler. B. Hartenstein. R. Ehrhart. N. Shreve. M. Lucas, J. McLee. C. Pepys Nl. Elton. M. Lowtler. f7""" , A "1-'ff Li? 55 'NWN W0 haw. 3 hmm. 'math gh.. fur,-,f marie," "ll Nl'1'lll4 that we- juft can't ff-cape you!" "THE FORTUNE TEI.l,ER" N ivlur H4-rbvrfs "I"urlun0 Tc-Ilvru i4 a rwlurful vuuwdy 1-runtraSting1 Gypsy life- against that of Ruyally in il ruythival lfurupvau Cfulutry. A Your fonum,-gif?" "Thr fortune' tvller warm-rl me about ml-n lik!! you!" to give and take, I'n-heath your -word and min hvr if you rlarf-Y" fifanfi Fifldlf' I X ft' 4-ski' ii. GLEN BURN HIGH sc'-mU'f BAN D Alun BAND R014 I: J. Pattf-rwn. G. Eixenzopf. F. Hey rx. F. Pine. R. SWJHIJFFJJ. J. Tore-s. Rau 7 NI. Okf-rlund. l.. Knox. J. Anthony. R Thwvatl. ff. Fpinl-QQ. E. Kvlly. R. Cork ran. J. Rvvt-rv. L. Schlick. F. Swanson Run' 3: D. Rf'r'Nf'. R. Wirth. T. Mum. C Yoder. U. Norri-. F. Sparrow. V. He-mi '-tm. .. n . . 1 J' U. 1. -01 Pre'-ton. Rau' 1: T. Pinch. L. Yan Hoon- D. Phvlpi. D. Fykm. If. Cockran. XIAJORETTES -- C. Eisvnzopf. J. Tort--. J. Pat- rQ0n. R. Swinrlvll. Fvnior Chorus prosed Q-nte-rtaining at the Christ- maQ auemhly. iearn that we can't SWUNGSTERS R011 l: I.. Koontz. D. Box. ll, Got-he-1. E. Swanson, R. Corkran. J. Houtz. Rou' 2: H. Gibson. C. HPDfJTJ1'ks0H. E. Byrd. Hr. Ke-e-ne-y. E. Novak. A. He-wr. T. Ke-ndall. T. Pine. C. Fipvs. ran-km. R. Nvat. J. Elmore. J. Evvson. R. BOYS' CLEE CLUB Row l: ll. Dicui. K. Rolmvris. N. Bock R. Wirth. E. Majors. E. Novak. J. Scliil linger. R. Neat. R. Buckingham. H Sherrod, Miss L. Rogers. Row 2: W Ellison. M. liaumgzardnefr. B. Butler. E Rollo. J. Vaughn. D. Tufts. J. 9tf'vPn+ H. Crawford. C. Davis. Rau' 3: W Fitzhugh. CI. Platza-r. lf. McCoy. Pi. Ball man. R. Castle-. G. Linflerlmorn. R llicux. ll. Smith. D. llurm. Nm-l. Nucl. llorn ix the King: of lar: come out first all the time Rau' l: 5. llaftingz-. lf. Warll I You no v lx Du Rau- 2: R. Faia. ll. Nlcliinnrw 1 1 u n wa 1 r vu l.. Rogc-rs. F. Sparrow. ll. llox ow Ns-at lx ll l' 'Nm Talent Show lilo-nn Yiillf-rl tunvs come alive- with Pc-tv Knox! "Moon- light Se-rf-naiie-r-." ' 'ox and R. Saia rock and Y J. Houtz. Ni. 1, . Jill: - roll In tlwir own music. X.. .. 44 Q. ""I'waa the- night before Christmaf where we are taught f "Rudolph the- Red Nov- Reinrlw-r" Couple of wisp-o-willows wisk Miss Crouch into the Faculty-Student "March nf Dimfw Came." CHRISTMAS PLAY I . "You 4ll0lll1l have heard ,lunior just now-sweet a "Hello, Aliee? Can you Come right overl W.-ll. lw- Sugar bivy. I got a surprise for you . . to Our Curiosity was aroused: there seems to he a side attrac- tion at the Student Council Dance. SNO-BALL DANCE Kay Dunn. Que-en ot' the Sno-hall, and her o-scort Willie Haywood p r o m - enatle to relaxing music: get along with other people XfXliSI'I'Y lilll'il'illl.l'i:Xlll'ill5 .l. Y. lIIlHIilil.rffXIJPfliS Per' Hou' l: L. Fizernorv. K, Foreman. NI. Dawson. P. Martin. M. Dawi-. .l- Boykin. Nl- Fifklf j. Martin. Row 2: Nl. We-lrster .M. Benaclc. ll. Craver. Morale is important in team work. It helps to know that someone is behind you. rooting for you. and with you - win or lose. The cheerleaders with their loyal and unending support cheered tht- teams to vivtory and encouraged them in their efforts In her-oinf winning teams. and to realize C. A. A. OFFICERS Rou' 1: G. Hart. Miss Berwager. M. Lf-ef. Ron' 2: A. Herhe, .l Houtz. CVL-E-N B-L'-R-N-I-E Glen Burnie-Y Glen Burnie' Y1-a. Tr-am' lg? 1 gl? .13 fff -AQ . 1 K' ' RESERVE SOCCER TEAM VARSITY SOCCER TEAM Row 1: R. Barlock, W. Gibson, E. Collett, D. Younger. G. McBee. Row 2: J. Thalherg, W. Arnold, P. Knox, Row 2: fgley, C. Pocock, G. Schuman. N. Bock. J. Lynn, S. Turcyzk. I Row 1: J. Carman, R. Ridgell. W. Haywood, W. Steven, VARSITY SOCCER 5? . 3, , M This year was a most successful one for the varsity soccer team. They won 5 and lost 3. i4 ff A. it I I Q -i OPPONENTS GLEN BURNIE ,xi " ,Y,,.-it Arundel . l 2 V' SVA , I r' TTS Mervo-Tech 0 . l t X -J Annapolis 0 .l Howard Co. 0 .I Co-Captains, W. Haywood and W. Stevens, receive in Brooklyn V .3 2 structions from Coach Knox before a soccer game. Arundel V .2 0 Annapolis . . 5 2 Howard Co. .2 2 Brooklyn 2 3 our motto should be BOYS VARSITY CLUB Row I V Gibson C Schuman J Lynn W Haywood D Younger W Ellison N Bock Row 2 Mr Green E McCoy W Steven D Sutton S Turcyzk A Grav H James V Kepler P Knox D Shipley J Thomas Wir J Anderson ins VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Row I: B. Hill, Miss Berwager, M. Myers. Row 2: ,I. Houtz, C. Taylor. A. Herbe, M. Andercyk, J. Watson, M. Mitchell, M Creed, J. Schultz, C. Hart, B. Guy, W. Duly, M. Lee, C. Poole, J. Miller, E. Bouck. VARSITY OPPONENTS GLEN BURNIE Southern , Arundel Annapolis Catonsville Brooklyn Belair Southern Arundel ., .. Belair Annapolis Brooklyn Brooklyn 49 27 11 35 00 13 I5 22 26 Ll 19 -19 Bev goes up to put the ball in. Briefing on the game rules. and One for All. The Varsity and the ,lunior Varsity played excellent hall and displayed good sportsman- ship as a Glen Burnie team al- ways does. The Junior Yarsity finished the Season with an un- defeated record while the Var- sity stood second in the County standings. JUNIOR VARSITY OPPONENTS GLEN BLRNIE Southern ,.... IT , 20 Arundel . . 6 I3 Annapolis . 9 30 Brooklyn , 35 63 Belair , 27 34- Southern . . . . I8 28 Arundel , I I 30 Belair . 32 40 Annapolis , . . I2 44- Brooklyn I9 30 Up with a hookshot! JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Row 1: C. Poole, P. Cortina, J. Humphries, J. Kemp. Row 2: E. Bouek. J. Schillinger, A. Fick, R. Boushell, B. Seuss, Miss Berwager, A. Kisiner, C. Toler, P. Hudson, J. Zemaitis, J. Houtz. V .W ,V ' I I Practice with foul shots pays off. Up and off those feet! The defense in action. All of these JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Roux 1: T. Manning, G. Jackson, W. Watts, J. Wilkinson, C. Schrodetslci, R. Corkran, L. Lancaster. Row 2: E. Collett. W. Arnold, C. Davis, C. Henkel, K. DeBusk. Row 3: R. Bryant, Mr. Lagoski, D. Houck. f: '-2' M i .,, , f I 1 frft 'fe :F-4.k'5nt'3 ,,'.:?g:::,k. tx Nl: fm G I 5. , A . 4 'km fig lj M LA A VA I LX . 391333. .1 d Xu 'sf-3'1" Q I y 4 my A -1 we A .. ",'2f' w l 'Ai rl ...- 'J it I ' 5 X, '. ' ! - 5 BOYS' VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Hou 1: I". Surgeon tasst. managerl, Z. Conover. W. Stevens, W. Haywood fcentery, J. Lynn, P. Knox. Row 2: R. Green fcoachl, G. Harrington. R. Howatt, E. Rinkle, H. James, A. Cray, N. Bock, J. Anderson lcoachl. JUNIOR VARSITY SCORES OPPONENTS GLEN BURNIE Loyola . . . .46. . .26 Sykesville . . . . I4 . . . .39 Howard Co. .4-9 . . 4-3 Brooklyn . .55 . . .30 Westminster .51 . , .63 Arundel . 62 . 32 Brooklyn .51 . .30 Laurel .46 . . .44- Sasscer 32 56 Annapolis 19 . . 36 Westminster 4-l .35 Annapolis . .42 . 37 Arundel . 58 45 Howard Co. . 58 50 Glen Burnie has every reason to be proud of this yearis Varsity and Junior Varsity basketball teams. The Varsity was one of the outstanding teams of the Class A conference. They played excep- tionally well, and finished by competing with Bel Air for the championship. Although they lost this game. we are very proud of the wonderful sportsmanship they displayed throughout the season STATE TOURX AMENT OPP. Westminster 12 . . 65 Howard Co. . . .35 . . .57 Bel Air .,.. 54 ..,.., 46 develop and round out The scoreboard says we're winning. Someone's pulling the hidden ball trick, but who? VARSITY SCORES OPPONENTS GLEN BURNIE Loyola ,....... 49 ,,,... 39 Southern .,.... 54 ,.,... 39 Sykesville .,,.. 34- .,.,. 58 Howard Co. ...6l. .. . .59 Brooklyn ....,. 4-3 ..... 58 Westminster ...50 . -17 Cambridge ...3l . . 37 Arundel ...... 51 . . 39 Brooklyn Park .39. . . .58 Laurel . . . . 34 . T0 Cambridge . . 37 . . I4 L'pper Marlboro38. 74 Annapolis ..... 44 . 116 Westminster . . 38 . 59 .Annapolis . . .37 . . 52 Arundel ...,. 5l . . 42 Howard Co. . , .38 . . . . 58 Enthusiastic referee. l I .1 C ' . N This years softball tcam. which Consists of: J. Kemp. C. Poole. B. Durm. P. Cortina. B. Guy. J. Miller. A. Fink. M. LLP. B. Hill. C. Poole. Miss Berwager. J. Houtz. R. Boushell. B. Seuss. B. Wheeler. M. Creefl. C. Depeppi has a Xery good chanu of being one of the hrst that Clcn Burnie has utr ccn 'M t li, Hill. J. Miller. ll. Poole. ball and vollevball C practice make- per- feet. Glen Burnles soft ams believe that Positions. everyone! our personalities The members of this year's volleyball team, which are A. Follin, W. Duly, G. Hnyla, M. Smelik, S. Windsor, P. Carpenski, A. Woods. A. Herbe, M. Andercyzk, P. Hudson, S. Koebrugge, J. Schultz, C. Hart. M. Saunders, Miss Berwager are work- ing hard in order to whip into shape before the season begins. I hw H V p as Y- P' 1 - . ee tr YE HY 163 22 BASEBALL Row 1: G. NIcBee. W. Stevens. H. James. W. Haywood, J. Lynn. Roberts. E. Stauffer. P. Hayden. R. Arnold. G. Jackson. R. Runkle. W. Lagoski. tcoacht. This year's team. with seven men from last year and a transfer from Poly. should provide not only an exviting hut also an out- standing season. 0.K. mr-n. go in the-re and get some April 20 April 23 April 26 May I May 4 May ll May I5 May 18 May 22 May 25 A good stance means more base hits. and distinguish us run l Mr. Cr1'vn's Nlainstays of llay wood. Bock. J. Vaughn. J. Schillinger, M. Miller. Row 2: K Anderczyk. D. Kaloski. W. Conover. R. Mrozinski, Mr BASEBALL SCHEDULE HllW'afd CO. Arundel Brooklyn Park Annapolis Southern Howard Co. Arundel Brooklyn Park Annapolis Southern df-fense-: Bock, Lynn Hu' 1 N LACROSSE Row l: W Cihson. P. Carey, R. Huge-l. R. Hicks. IL Collett, J. Mullins. R. Bryant, R. Reed. D. Box, D. Houck. Row 2: C Schroditzki, D. Box, D. Sutton. R. Hackman. P. Knox, V. Kepler. D. Younger. J. Wilkinson. W. Squires, C. Schumann. Row 3 li. Knox. lcoacht J. Anderson. lcoachl D. Willey. K. Engelhardt. J. Thomas. C. Howatt. C. Harrington, E. Rolle. W. Ellison lx. llepting. L. Ladd. NI. Ruff. ' ik 5- 'i bg . ' Q. A ,T 'g.,"Q1:, ' 'j 5. I 'qt Q i t:2"f.1:' 8 AWN 41 4 1 Severn Junior Varsity 5' f-Q ' ilu? Q 6 Belair ' -fe 10 Towson ' -N ,, 'J' ' 13 Suitland ' 9 - eff' 16 Charlotte Hall A 5 M N ' 20 Annapolis 'C I Lf 23 Severn Junior Yarsity "Q " 5 . S 27 Charlotte Hall , .f . I C 1- .-, Ai,, A ., L . . ' .i..""f" W' e 4 Maw' .A ..., R "ii p----,gi ff... I . , ,ff A, Q -af. 1 Boy's Latin ii ' i' ' 4 Suitland 8 St' Marvfs The Gophers stickmen are ready with ', a staunch defense. 11 Annapolis as individuals. Pete Knox and Vernon Kepler are bound to make that goal. nm in 4'-M ifk, as Since many members of this year's Lacrosse team were vet- erans, their hopes for a success- ful season were fulfilled. They have set high standards for the teams that are to follow. An early season scrimmage. Layin the Cornerstone 4 rm -,.'R:f1.fF..J Fr- ' "L.:L-Q' -lg ...q..,g, ,.L....,. 1,- -4. .ll -5 'P Aw-1:1-bf r -X ' A-H"". rf -A frk 1 ffm im 597i 1 115147 l'f'Y5-AIR A. ' rg 1 lr, "if-?1 Qri 3,-1 3!':: .J -ig. -L. -y- I '+I-L 1 A f I ' 1. ,..,1 J.'ir..' " . A-'1-' A, ,.,---ANL -y... 'va-,..-,,. f-1-'+I ' f-74511. ! iw 'J A ... -.. - . q.A,-T. - V-,.-Q..4 ,AJ A., .4 N...-g Iflzzzzif Q +'v---v-- 1'-r .Yi ..-Mg --. .-., V me 5 fffffrgi f V TIJJLSQL-4, Z 21.215-T13-V ' "xi r' ' 'git -1 I ,gi LL, YJ Mr- g.,r A.. Z 6,2 lv T0 THE GRADUATES Manv tlmes 1n our quest for security and happlness we are accused of not beln able to see the woods for the trees Has thls been your experlence at Glen Burnle H1gh9 lt IS here that you have enjoyed hours of happmess 1n your ports or ln smglng ln the chorus or IH playlng ln the band or 1n dancln at our tea dances It 15 here that you have been able to mlngle wlth and enjoy the com pamonshlp of your frlends It IS here that capable and mterested teachers have worked long hours wlth you to asslst ln your preparatlon for the years ahead I IS here that vou have partlclpated ln and enjoyed assemblles club meetlng class ovxes It IS here that work and play haye been woyen 1nto the eyeryday pattern of llfe Yet wlth all of the e pleasures many of you haye gone alon day by day thlnkmg only of the tlme when you wlll graduate from hlgh chool And what then? Co to work" meetlng and m I hope you havent mlssed the thlngs I haye IllCI1ll0flCd Xour hlgh school days should form the most joyous and unforgettable perlod ln your llfe I pray that you hayent wasted a ln le second of It May you enjoy good health good frlends and ood fortune always Sincerely yours CHAS Vi VCHAX LAND Prmclpal SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS - Bob Dicus, Y.- Pres.g Kenny Roberts, Pres.g Marge Adams, Sec.: Sue Hastings, Treas. SENIOR CLASS ADYISERS - Mr. Norton, Mrs. Kirkley. 'KX gn Vsvs. CLASS OF 'BOM The Le Souvenir has presented to you in this yearbook, a vear's remembrances of the past experiences in our lives as Seniors. Many of us look hack upon the year with a smile: as memories of funtime, such as dances and parties, are vsafted tward Us . . . the classes we were excused from to see the Senior Play, the games. and the operetta . . . the formal and tux that made us feel so sophisticated at the Senior Prom . . . and the many other activities. Then our brows knit as we remember the weekly test that we lahored over . . . the book re- ports each month . . . the projects that were late . . . the mid-year exam that we dreaded for half the year. But all these things were part of the plan . . . a neces- sary pattern for becoming a "Se-niorf' SENIOR ADVISORY COUNCIL- - Row 1: E. Williams. M. Johnson. NI. Stahl. A. Svgafoose. J. Riha, NI. Iienack. J. Missel. S. Hastings. R. Dicus. K. Roberts. NI. Adams. Rau' 2: V. Dick. E. Foster, L. Herbig. XI. Dwyer. II. Younger. D. Sutton. I. IIampton. C. King. R. Neat. R. Castle. ,I. Schillinger. R. Buckingham. 4-.f v'ff' 4. , 'Ihr-"9 1 .- f A. 1 0 J X - i Off, I 3 Ili . ..f 'J ., Q , T f . I ! A , 1 WALTER W. ANDERCYK Walt Vocational Air Force XY A N D A LE E HA I LEY llommercial Ferre-tary EDWARD MICHAEL BALLMAN Ed Vocational ,let Engine Mechanic lloyi' Chorus 3, 4 S'l'.'lNLI-IY HOWARD HA RDROFF Skin Us-nm-ral 'ill County llanrl 2. Ii Q'-up DORIS MARY ALDENA ADKINSLI' MARGARET ANN ALBERT ' f' ' "DEdif' ' ADAMS SIt'Il0graplliC Major Stenographic Major ,lflargie Nurse Secretary Stcnographic Major Model Club 4: F.N.A. 2. 3. 4: Clfn Hurnian 2. 3. 1 V l 'l 2 Claw Officcr 4. With the laying Rvallyf The' wnior- :lo uw Iln- lilrraryl !7,,,,.,.f -.-5 ,f' MARK T. X !BAVMCARDNERf 5---Lucia-v-----"' Vocational 1.9 Souwnir -1: Moni- tor Council 4: Ftudrnl Council 4: Boy! Cho- rui 3. 4: All County Chorus 2. 3 ...mf ' s .ri X. .ev N-- 6? E55 3' 9. Rt-' .IOANNE CAROL BE-XTTY In Ge-nc-ral Nursi- ' 'Y N 4 .' cwdxah' 1 fx ff, Nqr 95 QW' 17" ,mi ,.. 1, KL!-IORCE li. l':X'l'RlCl:K MARIE lilfffKlf'l"l' IHCIDFORD Heelle Pu! Hr-ne-ral filHIllllf'I'Cl2il Sven-tary of the cornerstone 'iw MYRA DOROTHY ' - 'X' BERRY 1 5, Commercial f' 7 B00lclwf-per T 4 V I 5 J lloxumerciall Club 4 N-mor Acluxory Luun Q fxf- ,K 4-ll 43 Yarfity Club 3 ' I. 1:7 .4 f L MARY AGNES HENACK Stew' Academic Science S Engineering Club 2, 3. 4g N.H.S. 45 Senior Advisory Council 41 Y-Teen 4 Xli-- Dixonl Senior English Claw if tens-e with lf'll5PF. DONNA FAX li BOLLINCER Commercial 5:-ere-tary Nl-IISUN lllltilx ,hl'2l4lQ'lllll' N'u-nee l' le-hl NHS. fl. lg Science' A lfnginecrilig: Club 2 'l 1: SI.NI.Nl. 3. 4: Mu- Hp, ' 44 5-:D 4 1 dent Cmimil 3. 1: FRANK MARTIN Huy! flhuruf 3. 1 Claw Offif-er 2. 3: 5012 BOCH INSKI General Tech Naval Career ver 3. 1: llaxketball 3. 1: llawluall 2. 3 ll.I..X. 4 ,f 9 pix is ,WRX r l 1 A. g. ,?-- ' JOAN MARIE BENNETT Commercial Social Service Worker PNA. 43 Y-To-en 4- Y I-IRNA LOUISE IIETZ Vern Ijmmnercial Nurse Y-Teen -1 W Il.I.l.-UI Bll-IXIAN Hill llenf-ral Tech TNONNE BLAND Pfdgeon Academic Physical Therapist Science K Engineering Club 2. 3. 43 C.l.A. 4 , .nb I Nl '13 Magazine Campaign 1: llnckey 2 In v .7 fa' ,, "lm T 5 JOHN ROBERT HIRSIINGITA Nl lluuuuercial Xax al llarf-er IJON.-XLIJ N. BOX .M'arlPmie' Lavrossrf 2. 3. 4 Q . if .N -. I, 5 1 'Q faq. 'WN .aw- -25' JOHN ADAM HRAI N ,laflf Vocational .Xir Forre Pilot , F133 ik A? 78 ICRNIA l.,-XIL li0lQ,K-.l IJONKLD IJWIGIIT X V Xvumluiiiwit' ISOSTICI 'l'v'a1'hr-r lion Ulvn Hllfllliflll 2. 3. 'xt'2illl'lllll' I".'l'.,K. 1: N.H.5. 3. 4. Foreign Salwman Xarfity filuln li. -1: Le Sllllffllllf 45 Glen 'Nlunitur Council 1: liurninn 2. 3: tl.l.A. 3: Fturlf-nt Iiuunvil 2. 4: Ftutle-nt fl0ltIll'll 1: llovl-ze-y 2. 3. 4: Soft- Boys' Chorus 31 .-Xll lwall 2. 3: Arvlu-ry 2 County Chorus 2 ff-in-www'-AR Nlll.lJRlil7 HAR .llilliv Steuugrapliiv Major Stenograplwr liuninwrcial Clull rl: Nlagazim- Campaign 1 M A RG A R l-IT :K LDY'l'll ISRASSLIY Aid-Y Aradmiiit' Te-aclio-r GLEN DA EVELYN BRICE Glen Cumniercial tile-rical Work Nlagazim- Campaign ,UQ -1 CLIFTON EARL BROCK Shorty Gvneral N as al Carevr I' Gig' it 'C"' 1'-s HN l':KTRlCl:K ROSE BARBARA ROSP ISOSLEY BOLM I'f1f Hubs ilommf-rvial Ste-nograpliiv Slay ur Se-vretary Stf-nograplwr Glen Hurninn 3. 4: Y- iitllIlIllf'Tt"lHl Club I 'livvn fl we stand tall, Nliw- wins top liunurs in thn- 1yiaign. f r a MARCO BRLUIWELL Commercial Typist fs . ' :Kim Ar I ffRl'CliRRD'r GARETTSON BUCKINGHA I , "sR1ir'h""' Academic Doctor Boys' Chorus 3 li h-7 K RONALD WAYNE, ..auu mQHiMff Buck .Academic Rocket Designer Senior .Advisory Coun- cil 43 Boys' Chorus 3, 43 All County Chorus 3 straight MARY JOY BUCKMAN Mer! Stenographic Major Secretary Commercial Club 4 and proud I Donna Phillips proved herself a winning American in "Voice of Democracy" contest. ,,-.... f" ,K ,ions WILLIA xl!! ya BUSH ZIoE"'! Vocational Electronic Engineer Industrial Club 4 CHARLI-li WAYNE CASWELL Cas Academic Commercial Pilot 2 Q RONALD JAMES CASTLE Ron Vocational Auto Mechanic Senior Advisory Coun- cil 4: Boys' Chorus l R ky: X., ROBERT L. CASTLE Bob Vocational WILLIAM ALAN . e-5 BUTLER ,1 Bill V -'F Academic , Dentist ,,- Glen Butrnian 3, 43 Sci- 454 ence 8 Engineering Club 2. 3, 43 Quill 81 Scroll 43 Student Council 3, 43 Boys' Chorus 3, 4 BARBARA JEANNE BLTCHER Butch Commercial Secretary Le Sourenir 43 Com- mercial Cluh 43 Stu- dent Council 4 lm.. .QkHES-L. 12. jim . General Q Business Owner ss - I CONSTANCE LEE CARLSON Connie Academic ,,.' Teacher Le Souvenir 2. 33 Glen x Harman 3, 4, E.T.A. 3, 43 N.H.S. 43 Quill rig 81 Scroll 4: Student H Council 43 Y-Teen 4 oALeJ.cARR fm funzor 52. , Vocational JAMES MERLE '-'L CARMAN , Tennessee it I vAcademic ' Q eterinarian 'h- Soccer 4 MARIE COM PTON Rea Commcrcial Home Economics Teacher GLA. 2. 3 av" Stn-v' -f 77-X , at , 4? :fs I ALGIE RUSSELL CRAIG Craig Vocational Tech Machinist Industrial Club 3. 4 -1 . -. 'PZ -ve L 915- - ,144 15' ' it I4 5 C' JOANN COLBERT FRANCES CLAYTON ffhizy-is -qiiL5PLIEQ,Q'H CHARLES I0 A 'TT' ' ' -' Fran 'DMM . CAM EX Stenographic Major Commercial Vocational In-n Secretary Bookkeeper Mechanic Vocational Commercial Club 3, 4: f Cabinet Maker 41 Magazine fl X ' i Ll' SQQQQ-r 4 CamPaiSn4 U1 'ivy i WILLIAM HOWARD CONNER Bill Vocational Auto Mechanic GLORIA ROSE CORTINA Corky Str-nographic Major Secretary Le Souvenir 43 All County Chorus 3 GLENDA CRAVER Academic solid in stature, Elaine Wade types thc daily chore of 4c1, thc Absent:-e List. IIUBERT MICHAEL CRAWFORD Hubie Academic .Iournalist Glen Burnian 45 Boys' Chorus 3. 45 All Coun- ty Band 3 ? ' 5 5 X 'X , 1. . Q ,. fe' JOHN ROBERT CUTHBERTSON johnny General Merchandising Manager X 41"-Ya t 5 I 4- l ' 'D- A WALTER A VERY DARROW Wal: Academic Mechanical Engineer - el 'N Q Q V-4 4 3 Q 1-- ' , 1Y BARBARA JANE DAX IS Boobs Stcnograpliiu Major Secretary -1- gi ,nl v Q. 4' 5.2 Y ,fi .IANICE LEE DAVIS fanct Commercial Sf-crctary Commercial Clulm 3, 43 F.N.A. 4 1 fy- . X . sn, RICHARD Sli ERWOOD DAVIS Dick Acarlcmic Enginr-e-ring Scif-nce S: Engincf-rin' Club -1- mentally and physically apt. R. Shaw. .I. Ke-llf-iilwrgf-r. G. Griffith rece-ive practical e-xperivncc in Hr. Dm-xtf'r's officc. g IZ Ns. 1?-if-' ,T I "' 'gn' J I ALBERT ELLWOOD .- lfoorfy Vocational Comme-rcial Artist It 'U 1- ya 4, ,J ROBERT LOUIS THELNIA MAYLEE DICUS DlCl'5 Bob Grumpy Comme-rcial Cmmcrcial Office- Work Bookkeeper Claw- Officer 4: Hoya' Comme-rcial Club II. -I: Chorus 3. -Ig Baseball Y-Tvcn 4 3 15 A A I I 1 in ' 'ltr , -114,5 NEWNIAN NICKIN LEY DEAN Diz: Yocational Electrical Enginwr KATIILEEN LAVON DERFLINCER Bonnie Str-nographic Major Svcretary Le Sourenir 4g Com mc-'rcial Club 4 CAROLYN LETITIA DEYAUGHN Tish Academic Model BARBARA JUNE DICIIS Barb AC3flPHIli' Music Tcachf-r I'Q.T.A. 3. 4: N.H.S. 43 Motlcrn Music Maftcrs 3, 4: Student Council 4: Chorus Accom- panist E' BETTY LOL' IJEARING Bet Commercial Secretary Le Souvenir 4g Com- mercial 3, 4- Q5 I TT' Y IO LET FAYE DICK Vi Commercial Secretary Senior Advisory Coun- cil 4 57 KKT Nl, lf. lDl'NN fiHIHIllt'l'K'i3l Yloflwrn Muflr' Nla-t1'r- 1: X-Tt'4'll -1: Student Council 2. lg Softball 's iv- IQ' ' get I 1 iff it Q: 3 NNE EVELYN E,-XRLENE SHIRLEY PATRICIA DELORIS 'N - DKLY mites muixi-31, ful , A -Neadeuiir Earl Paz IL.l.A. 3 Aeadf-uiiv General 15 lla.. ' 73' T fl ffl! I E50 -.av A -1 0 , BETTY JEAN DURM Beans Commercial Clerk Monitor Council 2: Hockey 4: Foftliall 2. 3. 1- DONALD DEL.-KNO DCRM General Mechanic CTA. 4: Boys' Chorus 3. 4 REGINA N. EHRHART Commercial Housewife F.N.A. 3. 4 NIILLARD CARI DWYER Academic Architect Le Souvenir 4: G.l.,-X. ' 2: Senior Adiisory Council 4 Merlieal Secretary Ka-y Pllllfll Operator fi0lllIlH'l'l'i3l Clulr 3 in WILLIAM EARNST DOWNS Wfrripy Yovational Machinist lnmlu-trial Clulv -1 And now completed Just tip that rap a littlel 1 PAUL.-X EICHNER Commercial Secretary 7 47+ XXX ,fu"lE, t.t K X 'Y' z 2 K 'CAiE'Eiir3JizoPi' -Xi Lommeicgl, f' C' IV" T' I WALTER LOWELI. ELLISON Academic Aeronautical Engineer Le Souvenir 4: Science S Engineering Club 4g Nionitor Council 4: Student Council 43 La- crosse 3 1-1- bd- N' c - Nr A-. 4. J Y' -N Nl,-XRLENE WILNTK F.1Ql'lRAl-IJ HNIPIER Rl.'l'ON Oirxofigrriy' I Ttlullf' Yin-aiimial lioinnwrviul Nlarliinixl ,-Xriifz l'.N.'X. fl: Fpr-mul .NH l BTC OUI' years Nanvy Winvliwti-r and Bill Rullvr are gvtting in full swing at rhf- ffhri-tma- Tra Dann-. 6 M, 1 X S i it: i ifsv' CI-QR 'XRD JOHN HRNST Cwrri 1 l0II1l'I1f'Y'L'i2il l1l,XRl'.Nl.E J, l-'RliCll, J ' Yfwational Autoniotiw Work J 1 ff ii ,XR'l'lll'R RAYNIONII l"R.XTAN'l'l'ONO JOAN CAROL Fm!! I-'OWLER General l,fnmmervial Arrirr Nur-1' Spvcial A rt 1 X . A. 3. 4 1 fs ffl ' 5- l JOHN lil-QNRY KVI-QRIJ Johnny Yovational lioinmwrcial .X rt ixl JOY MARIE FARRELL Stenographic Major Clerical Fivlrl XX'!l,l.l X31 ICIIW.-XRIJ Fl KIDS Hill Yoral if-nal lflertriral l'iHgliI11'f'f lnrlu-trial ffluiv 1 lil.l.ICN JANIC FOSTER .Yell Ste-nogzrapliiv Major Sf-cre-tary' Imprexsions 3. 43 Glen Burnlan 41 lfonimvrvial fflull 1: Varsity lllulm 43 Ftmlvnt Council 3: Senior Advisory lfoun- cil 4: Yflnven 3. 1 1 wr- ROS il.ll'i X. l".XL'llFR Row flomnif-rvial S4-Vrrtary PIN. X. 3. 1 '. 5- I mlb 5-'Q p fn.. g, , , A . x 5' DONNA LFE FORD 1,011 lforninvrcial Rem-pt ii -nift 59 af- " Ig HENRY JOHN GERTZ Hank Yocational Incluftrial Club 4 Tlx lyk I T ge. 1- fy f ' , f rf V- " :zu ,nb 'DQ JACQUELYN LOLISE GILBERT Jackie Stvnograpbic Major Secretary Monitor Council 2g G.I.A. 43 Y-Teen 3. 4 'wx SANDRA JEAN GARDNER Samly Stenograpliiv Major Tcacllcr G.I.A. 3: All County Chorus 3: F.N.A. 2 JOHN GETZ Gem-ral WILLIAM E. GIBSON Bill Gs-nvral G.I.A. 33 All County Band 33 Socccr 3. 4: Lacrosse- 3, 4 CLARENCE EDWIN GORE Eddie Commercial 5 JOAN ALICE GARDNER foannf Commercial Fecrctary FREDERICK RICHARD GRAEFE Dick General Teachor f . '15 5 13 I 0- I fm. y ' I gif, RON.-'i LD JOSEPH FLLLER joey Vocational Nlechanic JOHN LEROY I"REI'l'.-'IG johnny Vocational Service- Station Ownr-r of high school. NHSG Rogvrs conducts the Scnior Chu- rue at tht- Christmas concert. ALFRED SAMUEL GRAY Go Fast General Pbotograpbcr Baseball 3: Basketball 3, -I L 'QT ARNOLD KEITH GRAY Keith General "' I- V. 1, I 1 ,5- it- . A' ia! fx 4- 5 A tx- T41 1 ,R IQENEYIEYE . FHIRLEY ANNE" JANICE MARIE CRIFFITH CURRY HACKNIAN jenny O SHUT' Avaflviniv Str-nograpliir' Major Comm:-rcial Nursq Airjim. Hoqpgx SPCI'?l3l'j' l".N.:X. 2. 4: Y-Tc-en 4 IP Snlzzwzir 1 fQ.l..N. 2 Some of us Nlarlf-nc Elton makz-s corsagfw for FN-A Christmas charity. JE.-KN MARY HARRINKLTON Comme-rvial JUN' P' J GEORGE HENRX H.-'KRRINGTON lie-ne-ral Haakvtlmall 4 Jl'DITH ANNE H .-X RRELL Indy llc-nvral flctre-ss 415 We -. 1 Q :l ROBERT LEE HACKMAN Bob Acarlf-mir' Engineer JOSEPH K. IIAISLIP foe Cfhnf-ral l..I..X. 2 CAROLYN LILLIAN HA NIMERBACKER i"""L yn n Stvnographir Nlajnr Srcretary lfmnn1c'rt'ial Clnlu 4 N.H.S. 3. 4 RICHARD THOMAS H.-KRDESTY Harder Vocational 1. i CHARM.-SINE JEAN HAHN llurphy Stenographic Major Tracher Commercial Club 3. 4: Varsity Club 43 Stu- 1lPnt C0llnCll 2. 3. -l YV" 9- rvv- g I 4' '1 19' -Q., 'KY-.. 1 JOSEPH DALLAS HAMPTON loe General Carpenter ll.l.A. 3: Senior Ad visory Council 4 Track 2: Soccer 2. 3 Basketball 2. 3 6l SUZA FLORENCE , HASTINGS Sue Stu-nographic Major Teacher Le Sourenir 4: N.ll.S. 43 Modern Music Klas- ters 3. 4: Student Council 4: Y-Teen 2. 3. 4: Class Officer 4g All County Chorus 3 in T' I Q .lt . "'-T-. WILLIAM KIERNAR HAYWOOD Willie Ccneral Athletic Coach Soccer 2. 3, 43 Basket- ball 2. 3. 43 Baseball 2. 3 JEROME E. HARVEY WOODROW WILSON jerry Vocational ii1osE ELLEN HATCH Commercial GEORGE I. HAWTHORN General Barber Le Souvenir 2. 43 Pro- jection Club 2. 3, 4 .IARIES 0. HEAPHY Jimmy Cf-neral Tech lx - HA RTLOVE Woody Vocational Auto Nlechanic 1- BONNIE LOU MARTHA SUE V IIARTENSTEIN HARRIS I Commercial Sue Nurse Stenographic Major Varsity Club 43 F.N.A. Nurse 3. 4: Y-Teen 4 FNA, 2 M L '54 j'L,a.4l-AA.-Q,-4.-1 C-7c,tc.Jt' ' will continue These were the tests we had to take to prow' our intelligence. J ANNA CATHERINE HEI LL Commercial Typist C.I.A. 3 RONALD WALTER HELM Ronnie Vocational Machinist N.H.S. 43 Industrial 3. 4 STELLA MAY HELBISTETTER Stell Commercial Teacher Commercial Club 4 1 .ox :""' .cl NNE .rl MAINOS FRANKLIN HENSLEY Vocational Aircraft Mechanic N.H.S. 3. 4: Student Council 4: Industrial Club 3. 4 ourfonnd 1' .ANNA MARIE HERBE Annie Stenographic Major Nurse Commercial Club 4 Varsity Club 4g F.N.A. 4g Hockey 43 Basket- ball 2, 3. 43 Softball 2 Volleyball 3 educauon Elaine Weller nu-assures Mike- Olcerlund for his cap and gown. - fl-rg. ER Mm, X "L . , ff! K I if fs. 5, W fx. ,V A V ' - ff' ? 5' LINDA M. HERBIG PAUL JOSEPH Stenographic Major HEYING Secretary Commercial Club 3. 43 Varsity Club 4g Senior Advisory Council 4 v ev 1, I 1 - RICHARD DAVID Il LTCHINCS Hutch General I. A 4 , "M i 1 SHIRLEY ANN HUNTZINGER King' General Clerk QQ' 3. F, xev-v li RONALD WARREN IIUCEI. Hoodie Vocational Varsity Club 2. 3. 4. Lacrosse 2, 3. 4 32 Vocational L. S. Coast Guard JAYNE KATII ERINE HILLING Janie Commercial Secretary ROBERT EDWARD ' HOOK Bob Vocational CAROL ANN HORN Commercial in I 3..- BEYERLEY HILL Bevo Academic Phys. Ed. Teacher F.'f..A. 2. 3, 4g Varsity Club 3. 43 Student Council 43 Y-Teen 3: Ilockey 3. 4: Fieldball 2g Basketball 2. 3, 43 Softball 2. 3 if P5- HN- ?-wf 4 if' was s I 1.. fi s ELEANOR B. HOOPER EI ,Academic Nurse Le Souvenir 41 lm pressions 43 F.T.A. 2 l".N.A. 2. 3. 4: Student Council 3 J-XNE HRMIE JOHNS Janie ffommercial Model Haslietllall 2 ft.-f , .1 X 41:5 - 1, na. T Q lf u I4 ROBERT JOHNS KEHS Rob Vocational U. S. Coawt Guard ERHARD F. JOERES Acacleniic Engineer Impressions 3. 4: N.H.S. 3, 4: Science 8 Engineering Club 2. 3. 4: Quill 8 Scroll 4: Monitor Council -1: Student Council 1 MARY ANN JOHNSON Stenographic Major Impressions 4: Com- mercial Club 3. 4: Mod ern Music Masters 3. 4: F.N.A. 43 All Coun- ty Chorus 33 Senior :Mlvisory Council 4 DONALD JOSEPH KATOSKI Don Vocational llasketllall 3 JANICE M. KELLENBERGER jan Stenographic Major Secretary F.N.A. 3: GJA. 3. 4: Student Council 3 'B ,,.. -vs , . 0- JOHN RICHARD JEWER fuire General JOSEPH W. JEFFERF joe General Tech Le Sozzrenir 4: Moni, tor Council 2: Student Council 2. 3 V'N " ff X . HOW.-XRD KENNETH JAMES General l,I'H-lJ2:lSt'll2ill Hafketliall 4 in institutions Enjoying the fir-t snowfall: Seniors end up wet lrut happy. EDWIN CARROLL KELLOGG Ed Yocational Civil Engineer 2 1s I 1 KENNETH KILIRAIN KELLOCG Ken Vocational 1 'O- Q x . IRYINC H. KEMI' Irz' Acatlernic Engineer Impressions 4: N.H.S 4 1 fha I VERNON H. KEPLER Kep Academic Varsity Club 2. 3. 4: Lacrosse 2, 3. 4 'GL I 5 CHARLES WESLEY NORMA LEE LOLIS PETE KNOX KING KLABLVRNER Pete General Academic Academic Engineer Student Council 4: Y- Veterinarian of higher learning. Kenny Roberts questions Erma Houck and Dave Sutton about the Senior Banquet. Teen 4 CHARLES EMII, CH 'IRLES RICHARD LENDERKINIL LEHR Chuck Dick General Vocational nf: '15 SHIRLEY ROSE LEE Academic llusinesswoman Impressions 3. 4: Glen Hurnian 3. 45 Quill 8 Scroll 4: Monitor Council 4: Student Council 4: Y-Teen 3. 4 Y fvi in Soccer 3. 43 Lacrowe 2. 3. 4: Basketball 4: Varsity Club 2, 3, -I-1 Student Council 41 Modern Music Maxter- 3. 4: N.H.S. 4 LARRY RALPH LADD Academic Engineer Impressions I , N.II.F. -4: Qui Scroll 3. 41 5tudent Council 4. DOLORES MARIE LAMBERT Dee General A Wiave MARJORIE JIFNI-i LEE Ilflfgllf' Academic Nurse I".T.A. 43 Yarsity Club 3. 4: Student Council 2. 3: Basketball 2. 3. 4: Hockey 2. 3: Soft- ball 2. 3 fs J 5 4' Il 8 MARGARET LORRAINE KRICK Commercial Bookkeeper Le Souvenir 3. 4: Com- mercial Club 3. 4: Monitor Council 2: Magazine Campaign 4 if , like 'V - We 4 'xi ,. 1 '91 '13-. JACKLYN VIRGINIA LECHLITER Commercial 65 JAMES WILLIAM LYNN fimmx' General Basketball 2. 3. 4 3.4 IEA a. I 'I up 'Q ggi, , A H. U . , EDWARD THOMAS MAIORS Ed General Businessman Boys' Chorus 4 66 Baseball 2. 33 Soccer 2. MARIE THERES A LUCAS Commercial Clerk F.N.A. 43 Muni! Council 2 NIERRIDETH ANN MABE .Ilerrie General llousewife ROBERT MACKLIN NIACLAUCHLAN .llack Academic Glen Burnian 34 Boys' Chorus 3. 45 All Coun- ty Chorus 3 RALPH GILBERT MARSTELLER .Uose General I wwe. I - an if-" IVA: , RN I , I fx 3 WILLIANI GORDEN .IOANN ROSE EDWARD LEWIS LORT KATHLEEN Eddie Bill LOCKIIART Vocational General Jo or Commercial For others Preparing for a future must - our Federal Income Tax forms. .IACK MARTIN EDWARD RONALD Academic MARTINS Ed General Naval Career G? BEYERLEY ANN MASTON Bev Commercial fit vw he JAMES CHARLES PHIL MASTROLNNI MATHEWS jim Phil General Tech Yucational Pattern Shop Work the experience Mr. Whayland congratulates Althea Segafoose upon winning the Betty Crocker Contest. Vim - . WWQ5. fy M ' .z,3,,,, V J , 1'7" L as ' pn- PATRICIA MARTHA STEWART PHILIP MATTHEWS MAYO Pat Phil Str-nographic Major General Secretary Varwity Club 3. 4 YIOLA LOUISE MEDFORD Vi ROBERT MESEKE Ste-nographic Major Bob Secretary General Commercial Club 3 -I IRIS MALREEN MCKNIGHT Renie Commercial Detective Commercial Club 3 CHARLES MCCURDY General GEORGE DENNIS MCFAYDEN Dennis the ,Menace General DORIS GLENDA LUE MCKINNEY Academic Laboratory Technician Varsity Club 3. 4: Bas- ketball 2. 3g Modern Music Masters 4 1 3 EDIKQXRD ARTHUR MLCOY Ed Academic Natal Care-er Glen Burnian 2g B05-5' Choruf 3. 43 All Coun- ty Chorux 3 ' N 'Y SQL. Qty' 995 ff X 'I ,. .IACQLELINE ANNE MCCEE jackie Commercial Clerk FN.,-K. 4 67 , yi Rv MARY LOI' MYERS ' Lou 4ioiuinr'rr'iaI rx , Nurse "fm "' Coninu-r1'iaI Club fl: Varsity Club 3. -I: , Q Hockey 2. 3. 41 Basket- ' ' ' ball 3. PI: Softball 2. 3 'th A RAYMOND FRANK f MROZINSKI ft- Ray E.' Assy - gg,-. ..xkl H, as 9 fix . .. . . if-I, I I ,' E' 1, ,VV Com 68 'U MARGE ANN NEUBERCER illargie Commercial Secretary me-rcial Club 4 Vocational HELEN ELIZA BETH NADOLSKI General RICHARD LOUIS NEAT Dirk Avaclvniiv Electrical Engine-1-r Science K Engines-ring Club 2. 3. 43 Se-nior Advisory Council 4: Boys' Chorus 3. 4: All County Chorus 3g Modern Music Mas- ters 4 LOR ETTA ONA NOCAR Peanut Commercial Typist ff- Ma as ' ' F ' i , K J I PALL MONEFKI .I ANICE MISSEI. MARVIN YIRCIL Kosher Academic MILLER -- General lm Sumerzir 4: I-'.T..-X. Aearleniic I: N.H.S. I: M.M.M. Doctor 3. -1: SIIIIIPTIIS Coun- vil ZZ. 3. I: Senior 'Mlvisory Cuunvil Ig Y- 'll-en 2. 3. 43 Maga- zine Campaign 3. 4: All Slate Cboruf 3, 4: All County Chorus 2, JI: Class Office-r 3 of everyday living We start tba- new year off vlicz-rfully with a smile anrl a waw. 'Q ,- 'F' Q A F5 U . ' I ' EDWARD FRANCIS NOVAK Ed MARTHA Commercial ELISABETH Singer NORRIS NHS. 4: Modern Mu- Betly -ir Masters 3, 43 C.I.A. Academic 2: Magazine Cam- Teacher paign 4: Boys' Chnruf MICHAEL F.T..X. -I: All County 3. -1: All Slate' Cborus OKERLIIND Chorus 3: All County 3. AI: All County Clio- ,Ilikw llantl 2 rus 2. 3 Avarlf-mir' A Q.- 9'-T' MARY OLSTAIJ Academic Teacher I'.T.A. 3. 4 LORETTA ANN PALMER Bay Commercial Secretary l.e Souvenir 4: Com- mercial Club 33 G.I.A -7 will be our Pre arations for the N.H.S. Mardi Gras P dance. KENNETH CHARLES POCOCK Ken Vocational Auto Mechanic 's 3. .. GENE F. POCOCK Sandman Vocational Machinist Soccer 3, 4 A E 5. 'Qs I at. Af t fi 'C' .IOANNA GLORIA PETERSON lo Slenographir Major Secretary Le Souvenir 43 lm- pressions 4: Commer- cial Club 3. 43 G.I.A. gl Magazine Campaign 43 N.H.S 3, 41 Ouill 31 Qr-rnll 4 STANLEY THOMAS PLACE Stan General Engineer 4. I D fr X vb. , JOSEPH THOMAS PFI STER Jae General IILII"I"ORD RODGER PHELPS Cliff General Tech Impressions 4 DONALD EUGENE PHELPS Marlon Brando General Accountant Boys' Chorus 3g Pro- jection Cluh 4g All County Band 3 THEODORE JAMES PIN E Butch General Naval Officer Monitor Council 43 All County Band 3 1 v 1' X! , ,V 'V - 42 CHARLES EDWARD PHARES Chuck Vocational Carpenter fm' -as ,f ., A, . ,,g'12:. - , I '-"V "Lift V , ' ---"."1:.-fi ' .'f'.'-"f','.!1::?3Qt ,Y . .'-,-g'.'- -,1!1:::'9 z- ,-f. ' ,I DONNA SUE PHILLIPS Don Academic Impressions 2. 3. 43 Glen Burnian 2. 3, 43 All County Orchestra 3 69 Q1 PAUIA MERLE QLASNEY Commercial Commercial Club 4 was 11'-"1 ,rf -1 ,Nh x . I ' ! L '? 3-., 'eil ,49.. 'Q iv THOMAS LEE REED Tom Academic Forester Boys' Chorus 3 .9-", ,,w -1 -,., O ALEXANDER INCRAM PRINCE Al Yocat ional-Agriculture Forester HARRY RAYMOND RAY Har Commercial C.P.A. Le Sourenir 4 .IEANNINE LEE REDMAN lean Stenographic Major Medical Secretary Le Souvenir 43 lm- pressions 43 Commer- cial Club 3, 43 Quill K Scroll 4 ELIZABETH ANNE REMMERS Anne Stenographic Major fm , I .IACQUELINE RAYE PRICHARD Jackie Academic Le Souvenir 43 Monitor Council 43 Student Council 43 Y-Teen 43 All County Chorus 33 Modern Music Masters 43 Basketball 2g Soft- ball 33 Hockey 4 I CERALDINE LILLIAN RIHA .lerrie Academic Impressions 33 Glen Burnian 2, 3, 43 Senior Advisory Council 4 ,V vvs ,Q lt. 795 N. 4 - fl 'CAROL POOLE HARRY WILLIAM Stenographic Major POLLOCK General Tech Truck Driver Teacher Le Souvenir 43 Im- pressions 43 F.T.A. 4g Commercial Club 3, 43 N.H.S. 3, 43 Quill 8 Scroll 43 C.I.A. 43 Hockey 43 Basketball 2. 3. 43 Softball 2, 3 greatest teacher. Margie Lee makes an artificial snowball for the C.A.A. Snowball dance. X lr' ENNETH HARRY ROBERTS Kenny JEROME JOSEPH Academic RINKUS Zoologist jc-fry Modern Music Masters Academic 42 G-I-A 3: 5CHi0r Ad- Teacher visory Council 43 Stu- Impfessigng 3, 4: dPl'll Council 4-Q Class N.H.S. 3, 43 Quill 81 Officer 43 BOYS' Ch0- Scroll 3. 4 TUS 3' 4- 4 A car' T' in 451 .7 IV' SZ l ,I L I: BETTY .IANE ROBERT LEE JOHN ALLEN WILLIAM J. RODWELL ROGERS ROHRBOUGII ROSENAUER Little Tank Bob lack Woody Commercial Academic General Academic Legal Secretary Salesman Drummer Commercial Club 3 "A d h h n W et CI' neaf Studious Seniors take advantage of a few minutes before the A. M. home- EARL ROLAND room bell. RYER Vocational Machinist ROSE MARIE SAIA Stenographic Major Professional wk Entertainer iw' Impressions 4: Com- mercial Club 43 Moda ern Music Masters 3, 4 f ,f i JOHN A. EDWARD CARROLL ENOLA MAE AUDWIN DENNISON SCHILLINGER SCHEIBE SCI-IARF SANK ACC I Effdie' Tink lake Academic General Stenographic Major Vocational V N F3fmPl' Secretary Carpenter N.H.S. 4: Senior Ad- Varsity Club visory Council 4: Boys' Teen 4 Chorus 3. -I- frfxq' Qi' ig I A-' ' ,p-v- -Q I , MARTHA IRENE RUFF .llarly Academic Dress Designer N.H.S. 43 Varsity Club 3. 4: Monitor Council 4g Student Council 43 Y-Teen 4 1 If , 6 U - .-g3 'W , 4 , wr E 'VN 51 ' 4' JANET MARILYN SANDERS Academic Fashion Line Le Souvenir 4: Moni tor Council 2 GEORGE 0. SCIIVMANN Shuhy General Naval Officer Soccer 2. 3. I: I.a cruasv 3. fl- 5.- lu 2 ' Z. , ,, , , 1 V1-,4vg15.,.' J? " if Mft. +' Z 'W f 5 4.2: . E i x 1 V CAROLE JEAN SEIBERT Stenograpbic Major Secretary .X Fla 1 x- ff? IOANN FCHKLTZ Commercial DORIS CWENDOLYN SEARS Commercial Social Worker Softball 3 A I,'IiHEA D I A NN A SEGAFOOSE Al Commercial F.T.A. 2: Commercial Club 3. 43 F.N.A. 23 Senior Advisory Coun- cil 4: Yffeen fl JUAN MARIE SHAEFER foanie Stenograpbic Major Dancing Instructor Commercial Club 4 , Q.. K '-' fha i , 3 Q 1' 49- 54- L 3. JANICE MAY HENRY A. SCIIOEN FLOYD E. SCHULTZ Hank SCI-IMANSKY Shootz General Shorty Stenograpbic Major Music Career Vocational Secretary Mechanic Commercial Club 3. -I: Varsity Club 3, -11 Mon it or Council -1: Stuflent Council 4: Magazine Campaign 4: llockcy 3. 4: llawli -t- ball 2. fl. -I: Volleyball or far away Elaine Weber substitutes for Miss Rerwager in her absence. mimi ri -fl. QS.- , + rf it zo sw: a n n i' 1-M Roscx LIE cs. SHAW Rosie Stenographic Major Secretary to fA.,4 A -X4 IOANNA FAY SHAYER Reds Stenograpbic Major Ph,-gig-al Therapisg BARBARA VIRGINIA Commercial Club 3: Varsity Club 43 F.N.A. 2. 35 Monitor Council 2, 3: G.I.A. 2. 3 1 'bs SHENTON Barbi Commercial Teacher 1"' HENRY EDWARD SHERROD Hank General Navy Le Souvenir 43 Boys Chorus 4 ii 1 2 V' Q X ' ' 5 . DONALD KENNETH SHIPLEY Don General Pro-Baseball Baseball 2. 33 Basket- ball 33 Soccer 2. 3 v- F RONALD STALINGS NAONII R. SHREVE SHIPLEY Na Ron Commercial Vocational Nurse Air Force F.N.A. 3, 43 Student Council 2 may our fortunes The end-of-the-year ritual - signing yearbooks. EDNA JEAN SMITH Stenographic Major MYRNA JEAN STAHL Commercial Secretary Commercial Club 33 FRANKLIN CHARLES SPARROW Frank General Tech Engineer Modern Music Masters F.N.A. 2, 43 Senior Ad- 3' 4: All County Band 3 visory Council 4 3' Secretary JAMES HUGH SMITH Smithy General Air Force IVAN GARFIELD SNYDER Bevo CHARLES GARLAND Academic SOLLEY N.H.S. 3. 43 Science 81 Car Engineering Club 3, 43 Vocational Basketball 2, 33 Base- Machinist ball 3 2' I QV gs-. JOYCE ESTELLE SKOYRON Stenograpbic Major Secretary ,v-., I Ta- ,- r .1-,,, ' 4 A . X , NYNCX LEE SMITH Steno raphlc WIaj0r Commercial Artist GLORIA DOROTHY STINE Glo Academic Impressions 2. 3, 43 N.H.S. 3. 43 Modern Music Masters 3, 43 Varsity Club 43 Quill 31 Scroll 3. 43 All State Chorus 3. 4: All Coun- ty Chorus 3 C5 Q ov ' r 'Vw BETTY ANN STRATTON Bet Stenographic Major Secretary Commercial Club 3, 43 Y-Teen 4 NANCY LOU STEWART Stenographic Major Secretary N.H.S. 43 Commercial Club 43 Magazine Campaign 43 Student Council 3 JOHN DOWNS STOLINS Johnny Academic Electrical Engineer Science 8: Engineering Club 2 ROBERT THOMAS STONE Bob Vocational Machinist DAVE B. SUTTON Spade General Tech Engineer Science K Engineering Club 43 Varsity Club 4g Class Officer 33 Senior Advisory Coun- cil 43 Soccer 43 La- crosse 3, 4 vc:- 4 ' I J XL ROBERT GORDON STEVENSON Bob General WILLIAM EDWARD SWEET Bill Commercial Writer Le Souvenir 43 Maga- zine Campaign 4 ..9. 75- 1 K 1 JOSEPH DEWITT STEVENS Deets Academic Science Field Science 81 Engineering Club 23 Student Coun- cil 3. 43 Boys' Chorus 3. 4 GERALDINE STALLINGS Gerry Stenographic Major Secretary Commercial Club 3. 4 Varsity Club 4g Moni tor Council 2 be ten times ten e won't bc doing this much longer3 getting ready for a long. hard day. SHARON MAE TAFF Academic Science Field Le Souvenir 43 N.H.S. 43 Y-Teen 43 All County Chorus 33 Mod- ern Music Masters 4 GLORIA MA RY THAYER Stenographic Major Homemaker Le Souvenir 4g Com. mercial Club 3. 43 N.H.S. 3, 43 Quill 8 Scroll 43 G.I.A. 3, 43 Magazine Campaign 4 6- T' Y' v 1' fi' a sei , 1 .Z lllf W2 It 3, .IOHN CHARLES DAVID PAUL THOMAS THOMPSON Academic Dill? Science 8: Engineering ACad6miC Club 2 Science Field Science Sa Engineering Club 23 Boys' Chorus 3, 4 and the good Lord J Wolfe, L. Van Metre, C. Stine anrl S. Lee are making plans for the Senior if Prom. 47' CHARLES THOMAS THRIFT Chuck Vocational Navy CAROLE ANN I Y KOI K AL Stenographic Major Glen Burnzan -1- GI A SHIRLEY BARBARA X OKROX blur! Commercial Secretarw 'Us 'NI AX 'N ARD X EDR XL General ,- ,4 -, Q X, 'viii' X 1 . , ,, ., ,,,, I-Q - .M - J, MARGARET CATHERINE TITLS Marge Str-nographic Major Secretary Commercial Club 3, 4 DIAN DOLORES UHLER Academic Public Health Nurse Moclern Music Master- 'S 4' FNA 3 4' Stu .. , ..,.-. Q., slent Council 4: Y Teen 43 Le Souvenir 33 Glen Burnian 3 HEN RY A LBERT LLRI CH Han 1-.- Academic Business Manager C.I.A. 4 GERALD FRANKLIN YAUCHN Jerry Academic Singer Science 8 Engineering Club 2. 3: Modern Mu- le Xia ter: 3 4 Rm ' :ru 3 4 All Sae Choru 4 'ill Counts lhoru 3 Ba eball 3 .of MARY BARBARA TOROSKY .Academic Dentist F.T.A. 4 1- , 'Uv Q akin 1' .2 ' if , iftif - eg 1 LYNDA C. VAN METRE yn Academic Teacher Varsity Club 4 DENNNA Xl ARIE WEAYER Commercial Secretary """ K 4' P,-XLLINE PATRICIA WENCK Commercial Sccrctary Coniuu-rcial Club 3 . 'T' Q WINNIE WATSON Win Academic Nurse F.N.A. 3. 4: Y-Teen -1 ELAINE CATHERINE WEBER Commercial MARY-LOI' VIRGINIA WEBSTER Lou Academic Teacher Impressions 2. 3. 4: F.T.A. 3. 4: Student Council -1- FORREST CLIFFORD WIIARRAN Bunlfy Vocational Nersice Station Owncr '12 ,v - E' r4.1 -1 :L uf 'u Lf" X - wr MARY SLE WARNER DOLORIS WARD ELAINE SHIRLEY Sue Skinny WADE Academic Commercial Stcnographic Major Lc Sourenir 4: E.T.A. Secretary Secretary 2. -1- Varsity Club 4: Com- Commercial Club 3. 4 uicrcial Club 33 Iloclc- Mmlcrn Music Master ry 33 I"iel4lball 2 3. ll Varsity Club 4 All County Choru- 2. I bless and keep us Efl Noxak brought honor to G.B.H.S. when lu- was sf-Iccteil to be in the National Chorus which was liclil in St. Loui-. DELORES ANN THELMA WILLARD WILKES Thcl Academic Stcnographic Major N-Teen 4 Secretary fin ' ll DONALD EDWARD WILLEY Don Academic Doctor I,.I.A. 4: Lacrosse 2. 3 -s 'a 2 ln' o-- 'T ,xi re- ELSIE LOUISE BARBARA ANN WILLIAMS WILSON Academic Barb C l e IL Bur n i I1 n 4: Commercial Secretar ' N.II.S. 3, 4g Science 8 . y Engineering Clulm 2. 3. Commercial Cluln 4 4g Senior Advisory Council 4 till we Where were they? NANCY .IANE WINCHESTER Nunc Commercial Secretary Modern Music Masters 3, 43 Y-Teen 43 All County Chorus 3 meet a gain." BARBARA ANN GALLAGHER Bobby General Housewife JACK JORDAN Vocational ELNIER F. KRECZMER General THOMAS JULIAN LEWIS Tom General GERALD ROBERT TIPPETT Bob Vocational RI'TIl ZOBEL Bev Ste-nographic Nlajor Secretary 3. LOL' EDNA ZAl7Kl'S Lulu Commercial Nurse .Xi 4... W5 ANNE WINDSOR Academic JANICE ETHELDA WOLFE Wollee Academic Dietician Glen Burnian 4: N.H.S. 43 Varsity Cluli 3. 43 Student Council 2. 41 Y-Teen 4 SHIRLEY JANE WOLFE Woljie General Clerk DAVID LEE YOUNGER Dare Academic Husiness Executiw Varsity Clulm 3. 4: Class Officer 2: Soccer 2. 3, 4: Lacrosse 3. 4 4,- Qr' ' ROBERT LEE WIRTH Ace Acaclemic Nlarine Boys's Chorus 3. 4: All Slate Chorus 4g All County Chorus 2, 3 fix ' ev- L- x 'T , fl 0 4-- -2- . 'M 'S ... ist T xui 1 'te' e. I Vfx A 5 . JOHN DAVID YOUNG Vocational Sheet Metal Mechanic Citizenship Award ERMA BOLCK The J Purnell John on Citizenshlp Award is pre ented bi the Glen Burnie Rotary Club to the most d erxm tudent of Glen Burnie High School This sear the award ha been presented to Frma Bouck participated in many school organizations and has taken an actne part in the field of sport One of her major achlewements was presldent of the Natlonal Honor Socletx She ha been woted the best all around in the Senior Poll Erma plans to contlnue her educatlon at Western 'Vlarxland College and major in En ll h D S . . . V . S V . Y 5 eu S " g s ' ' . 1 U' ' S 's . . an academic student. As a member of the senior class. she has achieved a high standing in all activities. She has . V V M. .. . . vi S v L . k . ' v . . , V A 'Q . . g .S ' TI E OUT FOR GINGER CAST Lizzie, the maid ............ Donna Phillips Agnes Carol .... ...,. I Joris Albert Howard Carol .... ......... B ill Bulter Joan ........... .. Lynda Van Metre Jeannie . Janice Missf-l Ginger .... ..... J une Duly lirn glad my visit here didnlt ere. Eddie Davis . Ed Majors l'll kick him all over the school. ate hard feeling. Tommy Green Ed McCoy Ur. Wilson .. ..... Ed Novak Ea' Hoffman . .. . Erhard Joeres SENIOR PLAY "Time Out For Gingerf, a rollicking comedy, depicts the confusion and uproar that a I 1 . fourteen year old girl can cause by wanting to play football. "Welcome home, son," Ohl Mr, Carrol, you are famou Turning the stage into a living room is no easy job. 1 sf ' Q ? ' 9 A ' z ' S 9 . S' lygz' A , 4 Ll' 'Ili f Q D ligl l I R .. AX . ,Qt X f- . Xour husband is a full grown V Dome time a man must take an juvenile delinquent. a gk I " adlw Stand. Q 4 79 Miss Glen Burnie HI Q-M 'Wk II is was 'W' 9 A "V , ' f' Bf- 5 51 'rn I www fi 4 7, Q f "' Barbara Butdu France flayton Nlarw Compton "' """ :sc 'ta iv 5, v In h DeWauglm kay Dunn Nue a n CGNTESTANTS linda Hlflll 'Marg-le Klthea iegafm r 33- ---17 563 'UQ H .vs fl? Q s 1' 'O' Lwnda Wan Wlelrf Mmm NIPWSTY bluna Num Q 87: V ev' UQ! B 'Q' T . , -1-f Y rf' ,, ,' , Jamie" ,Q , 'ff X " 1 " xref " J, .Q v fa , . . .r S l , - 4 Y: . A ff- ' ' , -yy , A as LX R ' I K gs. ' .. ' ' " l ' 'riff' -Y P' "1 - ' ' .' H sti gf f ' 'gl A Y' LM- if .N v- ' ij ' 1' 5 kb, ,'..r"ll ..-"' 81 SENIOR POLL OF l956 IJIPIIIIPII-77I!'IIfS of ROBINSON? DPQIJARTMFNT STORE Ill 'I'liS'IA FNIILE BEST A'l'lll.FTH5 llnw Nunn-w-r Kay Dunn Williv llzlywf-ml llewrly llill CLA-XSS LOX ERS Kenny Rolwrtg - Gloria Frim- X,- MOSI l.XI,,ENTl-.D MOST LIKELX T0 SPCCEED llarlmra llivu- - - lull Nowak lf' lirllarml ,loere-N - lilsil- Vlilliamg 1. I i all 1 , O KQI.,-XSS CLOWNS BEST DRESSED U Nnrw Rl'lI1II1l'TN -- Holy Wlirtlx jackie- Pritrllarel f Xvaltvr Elllmn 5 BEST ALL .KROIND Xvllnn Bock lfrma Bouch X41 PATRCNS 917 18 SY as 1-'if Q AL ff 1' L55 Y"f'fNf 'WT' I Z .rK. ,,,l.EE'1m 'LN ADVERTISEMENTS 83 , .4 1 ,v L, 4 W, ,., M Q V 1,4 W Aki -. .Q , , L , sr? 'Wx Q I L 4 , f " .' 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Nlr Dor ey Baldysm Fddle Ballman 8 'ylr leorgt C apt Stanley Bardroff Nlr 8 Mr Edward Barnett Katharlnt Bar I1 r lobn F Bea ty r Ioanne Beatty I forge B1 ckett fharlee R Bennett .loan Bennett Barbara Bennett lfhnert Blerman IIPYDICP K B111 Nlyra Berrv 'Nl Berwager V Betr Bull and Shlrl Nlajor 8 Nlr Fdward F rd Ro e 8. Blll Blakeney fbarles X Bland Irma Bork MII: red I 05.11 'Hr 8. Nlr Fred ont Barbara Bolm Patrlcla B0 ley Erma Bouek Ro emary Bou hell Donald 'N Box Nbldred Bra 'Vaney Brag. Nlr Patty Let ra Coy Lee Bra hear Aldyth Bra :bn The Brief FHIHIIW 'Ur Robert Brook T ot I Brook loc Br mn Nlargzo Brumwell R11 hard IIIILICIIIIIIIHITI Nlary Buekman Barbara Butcher B111 Butler Fbe GBHS Cafeteria 'I faldyyell lout e fampbell Xlbfrta landalm K r Bfrnare tannun I tnda f ann1 n PATRONS tonnu Carl on I at farpon kl R an ia e Kenny fayey 8 Nlr Wm F Lhalk r Fd Chaney Denny fhapbne Clarln 8 lob lunef nt Nl 8 Mr Robert VI foe Pat Coach lalvm loffelt 'Vlr Myrtle Loehran Nrlene Cog well r fo we 8. Nlr Conn ,loknn Colbert 8 Nh Arthur o Q lane Kolb on 'Vlr 81 Mr I eorg.e fompton 'tlr 8. Mr fonnelly Dxane fox 'K le R ral Judy frandall I lenda irayer Vlnke frawford Nur- fravyford We-lanu freed 'Nlr 8. 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Nlr Ray Kertetter Lharle Km Flora lxlrkley PATRONS eor 1 r an Nl lxnl Suzanne Kofbru 'Nancy Koontz Xyonnz Krau man fharle Kruk Ylargaret Kruk 'Hr K Hr kll1lWHIdlCI larry ladd n I 0 kr 1arol lamp' larry Lama ter Xllce lannm 8. r 0 1athfrmf law Nlr 8. Nlr 1harles Layton khnrley R lee Donald lfe Wlr 8. Nlr Lech lter Nlargu Lu 1harlu Ifhr r 8. 'Nlr lvl t St Ylr H1 yln ew: F me l1Wl Nlary lfvyls Red Llebendorler lommy lloyd N W alter lolnr 'Vlr 8 Nlr Howard lororu Wllllaru lort llorothy l oudf n lay: r 'Nlarle ne lowfler l tty lo e Q u .ny Pau loan lynn lom Vlauv 1arol 'Nlark lwl 'Mayors l'l1lIl'l1i Nlark l'ranklln 'Har hall Rue-rlv 'Hartm Fd Nlartlnh Barbara 'Vlarton Nlr 'Nlathcw Pat Nlatthfw hola Nledford Howard 1 'Vlente Hob Xle fke Sandra 'llryer 'Hr 8 'Hr lharles Nlur eh lamu Nllke Dona Nllller Nlarym Xllller N 8. Vlr Waton Xllllsr am l 111 'HI lr g,y Nlonl our y lorn Nlue r Brenda Nluhl lom 'Slurn Nlary Lou Hur l'dward Vlc10y l y Xlacllonald ll:-nm Nltlaiydnn latklm N111 ee 'ylary F Nlcbrelran Hack Nlaclauchlan Nlurlcy 'Hc'Nl1llan Nlarv Jane Wlcxlulty lion xlCQll0l1l Helen xladol lu Duke 'Vamuth llruce 'Vewmann Nlmhele Nlemann lorctta Nncar Prym T 'Vorton Uma 'Novak lwlysard Novak lanrce Oden handy Oden ylarv Olstad Pat 0 Neill Roberta Or er Wlalcolm Patter on 'Vlr K Nlrs .l Pattcryon 1orma Pepe Rlll Peregoy Joanna Peterson 'Hrlyyn N Pfelffer Delore Phillips Prantey Pine Nanlfy Place 1harlcs Platrer Harry Pollack 1ar0l Poole 8. Mr 1 rank Poole Nxrgmla loolf Harry Ray X Rfctonu Tom Reed jo ey Reeder l at RCPQY lean Redman ,Irrru Rrha 'Vl Plllabeth W Remmers 1 lorla Ren e loyce Robert loc NI Ro fr Roy rs Toy N Fdward Rolle Wm Roeenauer 'Velson Ro enstock Nhlrley Riley 'Hr 8. Hr Jowph Rlnl-cu Dorothv Ruark Nlarty Ruff lol anne M Ru ak N 8 'Hrs F T u e ye .lanft hamler Wilbur Yank Rey 81 Wir R W Na p 'Naney Nauer-. Nlr 8 'Hr l'rank Naufr Nlary J Saunder l'nola Stharf lohn Nvhxllmger Nl 8. Nlr Nchlllmger loretta Nchllcht Floyd Nchmamky Nl 8. Nh' Edwm N Nchmldt Harrxet Schochet Henry Qchoen Nlr K Wir Yernon C Qchramm .' . ' ' 12 g- Klug: Q ' 1 A , ' 1 ' NI 4. l.iIli' . . " 'ght , 1 g , . r. . S. . ' " .l ' - ' ggr- A ' Mr. yr 3. 'f ll y 'H ' Joh .ag S ' A ' , ' . r. I' . l- f ' ' ' Mr. . Q. Cf- g- lf. Hatch , If ' - , - ' ' - 'Q f 'P yn. W 'yi .. Rf- . Law A 1 , -Y ' sm' , . pls. -' l' Ill' 1 A is Q ' F ii. .-'gh -W .. F' l .3 Mr. ' . s. . -l " L 'R s ' ' .- . A ' .ll lf ,- 's ' - K ' l- hs. r. H 4, V . , . - A .1r. '. - . - 3- - I . . ' , s. ' . l Mr. ' S. I. F I AI ,. .V 4 .. . . , I Nlr. S. ll yt ' , - 5 - - A ' - . - Nlrs. I.. .- . -, s ' 'gr S lf- 3 .w -- 'I'h- l. :-'.' l' lily S' - Mrs. Els' . . l ' gr- A - 4 Y L - yn. . S. A ' llgl- 1- f U '- ' ' 1 . 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Mr C C, Don Shlpley Joette Sllllman Jerome Sxmmon Bruce Smlth Nancy lee Smlth Su 16 Snyder Franklin Sparrow John Stalms Ferry Stallings Becky Stalnaker M 8: Mrs L S Helen Stanley Mr Stebbln J D Stevens Warner Stevens Bob Stevenson Nancy Stewart Betty Stratton R H Stover Dons Stolze Emtly Sullxvan Sherrod alnaker PATRONS Phyllis Sullnan Patncua Surgeon Davxd B Sutton Blll Sweet Rose Swlndell Sharon Taff Bxll Tolmanoskl fall Taylor Clona Thayer Charles Thompson Mr 81 Mrs Landls Thompson .loe Tlpton Marge Txtu Carol Toler Tom K Sue Dick Tufts Starr Turczyk Pat Tyson Dtan Uhler Carol Underwood Lynda Van Metre ,lerry Vaughn MISS Barbara Vlskocll 'VI1 s Carol Lee vlSk0Cll Mnss Emma Vnskocxl Mr 81 Mr George Vlskocxl Mr 31 Mrs Louls Volt Carole Vvkoukal Elame Wade Michael Wagner Lmda Walker Dolorls Ward Sandy Warrington Kay Wat on Wmnne Wat on Blll Watts Elame C Weber Mary lou Webster Pauline Wenck Wlnston W1 man Lou Ann We t lune Whay Mr 81 Mrs Cha W Whayland Betty Wheeler Douglas Whxte Mr 8- Mrs L E Wxlder Donna Sue Willett Elsle Wxlllams Mr Sr Mrs ,l Wlllmg Mrs J B Wlllmg Betty Wllk Delores Wilkes Connie Wllkmson Nancy Wmchester Anne Wmdsor .lamce Wolfe Allce Wood Benny Wurzner Mrs Flora Yockel Dave Young George Young Dave Younger Dennls Younger Mary 7lmmer Homeroom 49 ADVERTISEMENTS SPARKLE CLEANERS Top Quality Dry Cleaning Shuts Beautz ully Laundered Complzments 310 Bolhmore Annapolis Boulevard Glen Burme 909 . . 4 A . a . kd Ar S L ' ' f . S I ' A I M S. . L S ' Af ' - v-Q . 3 ' 5 s , ., ' . . l . S. A 1 A . V A r. ' r s. . '. L J ' 5 , - . 5 Tfmlmlf' af Phil Norman Williams L S, X . . . l . I x . s ' . r. . . L. St A 'K 'L ' I N M A .Sk . . l , s. ' s ' ' ' . . , V I I L a I . ' 'f Of THE RCTARY CLUB aclc Doney Walter Albrecht ames Blaclchurst Anthony Bohdal ohn Bnggs Arthur Cassell Thomas Chase Albert Clauss Nelson Cross Louls DeAlba ohn Delsoy Larlcm Dtcus Wrlham Ehreke Gtlbert Etdman Wrlltam Ewell Gustave Faubert Robert German Clarence Grantlm Henry Gropp Robert Gruver of Glen Burnle, Maryland OFFICERS President Hammond aclcson Vzre Preszdent ohn Cotton Secretary Wrllnam Tydmgs Treasurer Holmes Hawlcms OTHER BOARD MEMBERS Robert Donovan Frank Ross MEMBERSHIP Earle Harder Wtlltam Harder Charles Hem Ernest Hem Gtlbert H111 Charles Howard Elmer aclcson Xfrlmer ohnson esse ones Leroy ones john Ktpp Wrlltam Lehr Charles Maddox Franklm Maddox Wtlltam McDowell Ralph Muller oseph Multerr Eslctl Ohlson Charles Peters Leroy Wrllxams Charles Platzer Irving Robmson Francts Roesler ohn Remhardt Wtllxam Ruhl Dantel Sassaman George Schmxdt Thomas Shlves Thomas Smgleton Harold Slanlcer Ernest Smott Carl Thomas Wrllram Townshend Henry Walter Francrs Ward Robert Ward Stamey Wrllts Stamey Wrllts Sr Charles Whayland ' A J . - . -J J . . .I . . .' -I . s I , lr. D J . Thomas johnson William Schmidt, Jr , l ' J ' J 1 l ' , . 1 . J . . . ., Jr. Supreme Fzuzrznzzzzlzuzre Company Glen Burnie Nanonally Advertued Furmture Apphances Carpets Beddmg Bzggest Ducounts Lowest Przces Next to Polan s 51 S100 Store Open Dally 9 30 5 30 Frxday and Saturday Evenmgs ull 9 00 P BILL RENNIE BP FHOIIVE SINCLAIR DEALER Gov Rltchle Highway 81 Old Annapolis Road Goodyear Tue: and Bazrenes Car Wafhmg Complete Lulmfatxon 24 Hour DCFVICC Phone Glen Burme 231 Stratton s Grlll and Dellcatessen No 'l Old Annapolis Road Ferndale Maryland Phone Glen Burme 968 Insurance Automobzle Fmanczng JIM HARRELL AGENCY Represenlzng Internatlonal Service Insurance Co Government Employees Finance Co 1304 HOWARD ROAD Harundale Glen Burnle Md Phone Glen Bun-me 1338 Fred W Kuethe and Company All Form: o Insurance Real Estate Sales No 'I Cram Hlghway SE Phones Glen Burnle 1 Glen Burnxe 1952 53 THE CUNE Q' , 1 - 0 . . I u n i . . . ' - I A ' " : . Nl. ll ll I 1 I ' p , Hz" ' .......-0 . . , . . i Congralulatxons Graduates' Remember to come ln for your Spoon Pm Gt School Keys GIFTLAND .IEWELERS 122 Cram Hnghway N W Glen Burnle Md Complzments DU BOIS BOOTERY 115 Cram Hrghway N E Glen Burnre Md OAKS RESTAURANT speczalzze nn Sea Foods Glen Burnle 917 M Furnace Branch Road OAKS and BETTY CLIFF DAWSON S STORE Severna Park Maryland THERES A HIGH S STORE at 404 Craln Highway SW Glen Burnie Grorerzes Con ectzonery Delzcatessen OPEN SUNDAY PASADENA REFRIGERATION SERVICE Household Sales Servzce Commercial Mountain Road Dunbrooke Pasadena PO Md Ray Kenney Prop Armlnger 632 BONA FORTUNA to the SENIORS OF 1956 HOMEROOM 29A HONEY BEE DRIVE IN and HOTEL 103 Rrfclue Highway Glen Burme 1382 THE ROAD MANIACS OF HOMEROOM 49 MR NORTON Repazrmg Towmg Serwce Gas O11 Tires SEARS CROWN SERVICE CENTER Lubrzcanon Waslvmg Serwfe Phone Glen Burme 1197 Baltimore Annapolls Boulevard and Rrtclne Highway STEVENSON S HI WAY FLOWER SHOP 410 RITCHIE HIGHWAY Glen Burnle Md Phone Glen Burnie 1780 JOHN S TV 81 RADIO SERVICE Serwfmg Glen Burnie and Vxfxmty RELIABLE SERVICE Glen Burnie 1325 WATSON RADIO LAKE snokz PAsAoENA Mo Complete Electronic Sernfes Sales and Ser-ure Teleusxon AM FM Radxo Phone Armlger 424 Complete Lme o Radio and TV Appliances ELVATON SERVICENTER Complete and Courteous Seruce Repairs Elvafon Road and Rrtclue Hughway HEIN S HARDWARE STORE 5 Bolhrnore Annapolis Boulevard Glen Burme 2999 BROOKWOOD DRIVE IN GOOD FOOD MILKSHAKES ICE CREAM Mllk 1 gals half gals ohn B Ryklel Armlger 478M 800 Cram Hlghway NW Glen Burme Md Of . . I - . . I . ' ' I ' ' ' I . I I . I , . . I -n . . , . 1 , - -. - , . . . . Automobile Accessories I I . l l I , . Th .I F JOHNSON LUMBER COMPANY GLEN ISURNIE AND ANNAPOLIS MARYLAND HAMILTON S STORE FOR MEN 120 Balhmo e Annapolus Boulevard Glen Burnue Md STYLE KRAFT INC Interzor Decoratzng Upbolsterxng Slxp Covers 3929 FALLS ROAD BALTIMORE 11 MD CH esapealce 3 1094 M1465 Success To SOUVENIR OF 56 HOMEROOM 44 TRE MOND RESTAURANT Route 301 and Rutchue Highway Glen Burnie Md ITS RICKY S 143 Delaware Avenue For Complete Lme o Gul: Pre Teen and Boys Prep Clothes Complxments HOMEROOM 41 NOR LIN HARDWARE 71 Old Annapolis Road O L Stevens and E W Haller Proprzelors LAKE SHORE PHARMACY Mounfam Road Pasadena Md Phone Armxger 1890 Phone Lmtlulcum 517 We Dellver Prescrxplzonx Care ully and Afcuralely Compounded O O . r - . I i LE ff ,7 . Phone: Glen Burnie 711 Ray Trent Of . f . , - , : . . ,H , .. 4 , f I U Day Phgne Night Phone Glen Burme 120C CARR Glen Burme 1204 Room Alr Condlhoners HEIN BROS INC ESSO Famous Fuel O11 READING Anthracnte Coa Box 248 Glen Burme Maryland Over Tlnrly Year: 0 Dependable Ser-,zce JOSTEN S TreasureCrar enfelry and Stanonery Owatonna Mmnesota Announcements Yearbooks Medals and Troplnes Harold E Mayer Box 409A S Chapman Road Randallstown Maryland OL dfneld 3 6061 COMPLIMENTS HARDER 8 DRESSEL I I ' - f I ' Fine Class Rings O, . l COMPLIMENTS OF Glen Burnie Improvement Assnelatlun County Trust Company Of Maryland 7Vlemlyer Federal Reserve System Vlemlver Federal Deposzt Insuranfe Corporatzon Glen Burnne Maryland GLEN MOTORS INC 306 Old Annapolls Road Stmlelvaker Pdfkdfd Sales and Senxce Complxments HOMEROOM 20 Compliments B 81 C PRODUCE 207 Rnchue Hughway Open Sew rx Days a Week FOX S CHILDREN S APPAREL from H men to 511171 to Fourteen Headquarters or Pre Tun Clothes GLEN BURNIE BON NIE MAR DRESSES SPORTSWEAR LINGERIE Budget and Charge Accounts Lay Away 7 BALTIMORE lu ANNAPOLIS BOULEVARD at Cram Hlghway EARL SCHANKEN Mouniaun and Long Point Roads Glbson Island 301 Goodyear Tzres Tubes and Accessoms Betlvolme Sznflazr Products CAROL S GIFTS 58 M STREET GLEN BURNIE MD lFacmg Governor Rlfchne Hlghwayl To The Gracluatmg Class of 1956 From HOMEROOM NO 33 Complzmenls EWELL MOTORS I Dodge Plymouth 22 Balhmore Annapolls Boulevard Glen Burme Maryland , . Of . ' of . I We ,D 1 tu 1 5 l, f , ,- "Glen Burmels Smartest Shop For lVomenU of . A . , I NC I . ' I BELTZ Delaware Avenue Glen Burnie, Md. Paint - Wallpaper - Floor Covering Phone: Glen Burnie 2032 STAMMER'S GULF SERVICE RITCHIE HIGHWAY Jumper Hole Road Complzments o a worn out yearbook EDITORIAL STAFF Good lurk to next years Your Prescrxptzon Store ALBRECHTS PHARMACY Glen Burnie Md 4 ,.-ov'-" ' ,acl-Ienlfig THE PINEWOOD RESTAURANT For People o Good Taste the Pinewood 15' The Place Cater-mg to Prxvate Parties Banquets Etc nn our Pme Room MOUNTAIN ROAD AND MARGARET AVE lRoute 'I77 to Gnbson Islondl Phone Armxger 1892 GERALDS FATHER 8. SON Rufclue Hrghway Shopping Center Brooklyn Pork Md PRospect 3663 weldo funn Complzments SUNBRITE LAUNDRY CLEANERS C omplxments HOM EROOM 43 ROBERT S JEWELERS ll2 Bolhmore Annopolns Boulevard Phone Glen Burnxe 2222 BARRON 81 HOBBS REAL ESTATE 7 CENTRAL AVE S W Glen Burnie Md Glen Burme 1881 DURMS AUTO SERVICE CHESTER L DURM Modern Equrpment or Steermg Brakes Electncal Service Automotive Parts .lobber Rltchle Highway and Marne Avenue I Phone: SO uthfield 6-0126 RUDISILL BROTHERS TEXACO SERVICE STATION 224 CRAIN HIGHWAY NW Glen Bu e Md Complzments 0 YOUTH O PEDIC SHOES Indnzdual Ser :fe Doftors Prescription Senxce 56 M STREET GLEN BURNIE MD Compliments THE BARN CHARLES PATTERSON Florin 300 CRAIN HIGHWAY SW Congratulatzons to the SENIOR CLASS HOMEROOM 25 MISS ROGER S HOMEROOM Congratulalzons CLASS OF 56' 2 JAMES J HERRO RLALTOR INSURANCE spemzmng m Anne Arundel calmly H ghway S W Glen Bu n e 2189 CANNON SHOE STORE Shoes or the Whole Famxly 106 Ball' ore A apolls Boulevard Glen Burnie Md DINING OUT BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER M 6 M DINER Intersection Old Annapolis Road and Rutchne Highway GLEN BURNIE Fine Foods and Friendly Service A f I . . .. V. - , . . . rni , . 1 Of Glen Burnie, Maryland 'I Crain i , . . ri f . im - nn ' . I l I ll ll Presxdenz CAROL POOLE me Prexxdenr GLORIA THAYER seffemfy JOAN KEMP Treasurer FRIEDA MEYERS Ad-mer MRS 1 NORMAN P Western Auto Annex Toy and Sports Headquarters 5 CENTRAL AVENUE Glen Burnle Md Home Owned By O '-14 Vi IP U2 U5 CP Z Lf, Ji M 211. ve- Ak- Buy Wxtb Warranted Con :dence Gladdlng Chevrolet, Inc OK Used Cars Glen Burme Md SO 66300 'VY' , ,f , , ,yew-ff . 5 5 . A -A, 1 H' 3,4 .wie " " , V Ni,-. .ffl S555 Jw ' 4 . . ' 4.1-,I-'Z'iv.x:f . E ' ,V -r' 4 - ZA..." fe 4:1 R- A . 'ef LL' ., "if , X ' in - 13 'itil T1 ' V, " A -175-Q I ' ' .kg ,fv :J - A W 'if'-it ' :Y ' V - . L 'I' Z ,ff-fn x ' - . A p KWWL Le : I I m A14 , A f Al 1 1 X HM .iff , 1 1- Z ' o O . . I 0 Q n S+: Congratulations to tlve Class of "56" from the ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY RECREATION TEEN CENTER IN GLEN BURNIE Congratulations Graduates! from GLENWAY MOTORS USED CAR LOT Doing Business In Glen Burnie Since 1951 Phone Glen Burnie 2152 Ritchie Highway and Old Annapohs Road Compliments Of FRAN K'S SHOE REPAIR Compliments Of VOGU E BEAUTY SALON 7 CENTRAL AVENUE Glen Burnie Md Compliments HOMEROOM 48 Congratulations Seniors' HOMEROOM 21 and Mrs Dexter EMIL QUASN EY SR Electrical Contrartor 705 Fernhull Road Clearwater Beach Baltimore 26 Md Phone Sunset 309 KLOHRS FEED STORE Hay Grain and Feed Pets Supplies Congratulations to Seniors BROOKWOOD FARM of I ' 1 - l y . : -J Wk! B f il if , , " K .44,:,5', AA SEGALL MAJESTIC ST UDIQS Portrarts Weddmgs Glen Burnle Hugh School 909 North Charles Street Baltimore l Md S PHOTOGRAPHERS FOR l O I o ACKNOWLEDGMENTS S ,- Wim havv mm Fflltlt' tu thc tml of this ltmfkg uml ulsu. tu thc- viicl uf anothc-1' svlifml yvar. lm' the FPIIIUTS it is tht mill uf thvir high svlilml qlaxs: he flu sincerely lwpt- thvir sfuiuurii liviw' has ln-1-11 ai happy um' ziml will lung liu in tlwir rm-murirs. Ilw ltllllfllllgl. though. is not yet I'lllIIlllt'lf'll. as ue: will mmtirillc' tu grim frum Hui' vxpcrif-in-ms tliruugh tht- wills. XM- are imlvlutcrl tu Mr. Wliuylanrl lor his Qlllllliilll'4' uxvl sutmrl aflvivv: tu Mr. lltlflzak anzl thx- lvusim-ss staff. uhm uipalvly tfmlx van ul nur flIl8ll!'l8l IIlLlllE'I'S1 tw Nliss flrugan. nur eilitnrial adxiscr. whit lcarnerl with us uml maclv us her partncrs: Q. tu Nlr. .l'lm'x fi. 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Glen Burnie High School - Gophers Yearbook (Glen Burnie, MD) online yearbook collection, 1943 Edition, Page 1

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Glen Burnie High School - Gophers Yearbook (Glen Burnie, MD) online yearbook collection, 1959 Edition, Page 1

1959

Glen Burnie High School - Gophers Yearbook (Glen Burnie, MD) online yearbook collection, 1960 Edition, Page 1

1960

Glen Burnie High School - Gophers Yearbook (Glen Burnie, MD) online yearbook collection, 1984 Edition, Page 1

1984

Glen Burnie High School - Gophers Yearbook (Glen Burnie, MD) online yearbook collection, 1956 Edition, Page 28

1956, pg 28

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