Havre de Grace High School - Susquehannock Yearbook (Havre de Grace, MD)

 - Class of 1953

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EDWARD FULTON SPROUSE - "Eddie" . . . General . . . Sociable, mischievous, likeable, witty, good-natured, poetic, story writer. , ljif "C..?' WILLIAM REESE WIL- LIAMS IR, - "Billy" . . . Industrial . . . Natty, playful, full of fun . . . Fond of underclassmen . . . Projection Operator 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. of Homeroom 2, Dance 3,4, Safety Patrol l,2, Bus driver 3,45 J. V. Basket- ball 3. WARD BARTON TAYLOR - "Doc" . . . Academic . . . Spontaneous, witty, likeable . . . Superb slanguage . . . Seems to like underclassmen . . . Dance 3,4, Thespians 3, 4, Monitor 4, Gracian 4, Usher 3,4, Susque- hannock 4, Student Council 4, Orchestra 4, Sr. Play. ANTHONY JAMES VIN- CENTI - "Tony" . . . General . . . Practical joker . . . Quiet with noisy spurts, friendly . . . Thespians 4, Auto Mech- anics 3,4, Tumbling 2, Sr. Play, Band 4, Drum and Bugle Corps 2,3,4, Jr. Varsity Football 2, Art 2,3,4, Susquehannock 4. RICHARD CHARLES THOMPSON - "Perkins" . . . General . . . Satiri- cal. . . Hotrodona mot- or scooter but usually quiet. . . Soccer 3, Soft-- ball l,2,3,4, Football Manager 2, Auto-Me- chanics 3,4, Camera 3, Sr. Play Stage Crew. RICHARD LEE WILLIAMS - "Dickie" . . . Aca- demic . . . Personality plus . . . Gracian slave driver . . . Likeable, noisy, Doetic . . . Gra- cian 3,4 fEditorj, Library Chief of Staff 4, Library Council 3,4, Drum and Bugle Corps 3,4, Treas. of Jr. Class, Thespians 4, Susquehannock 4, Mon- itors 4, Jr.Play, Sr.Play. YN f iii in , 12 Ari KENT FULLER STEWART - "Kent" . . . Academic . . . Athletic . . .Blows bugle for Legion . . . Baseball 2,3,4, Football 2,3,4, Basketball4, Club Rep. in Student Council 4, Jr. Play, Sr. Play, Drum and Bugle Corps 3, 4. To LESTER DANIELWILSON - "Les". . .General . .. Top personality, fun- Ioving . . . Has out-of- town interests . . . Stu- dent Council l, Tum- bling 2, Pres. of Home- room 2, Jr. Play, Basket- ball 3,4, Glee Club 3,4, Thespians 3,4, Stage Crew 3,4, Dance Club 4 fPres.J.

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JEANNE FORWOOD PRESTON - "Jeannie" . . . Commercial . . . Cute, neat, fun-loving, aiggly. penny Li- brary Council2,3g Dance 3, Thespians 3,4g Com- mercial Club 2,45 Speedball 3,4g Basket- ball 4g Softball 4g Jr, Play, Gracian4g Susque- hannock 4g Monitor 4, Usher 3,4g Glee Club 2, 4. 'Q CAREY ALBERT SNYDER - "Snick" . . . General . . .Spontaneous wit . . . Athletic, even-tempered . . . Football 2,3,4 fCoachjg Basketball J. V. 2, Softball2g Stage Crew 2,3. WILLIAM WALTER SAMPSON - "Bill" . . . Industrial . . . Athletic, vivacious, Tallest senior . . . Quiet . . . Softball 2,3g Basketball 3,45 Baseball 45 Projection Operator 4, Auto Mech- anics 3,4g Stage Crew 4. ALONZO ROBERT SCH- WEERS - "Lonnie" . . . Industrial . .. Usually seen and not heard, keen, friendly . . . Projection operator 2,3,4g Auto Mechanics 3,4-. i MARY JANE SAVOFF - Commercial. . . Handy, artistically inclined, CHIC, petite. . . Favorite boy'sname,Jay. . . Bas- ketball lg Fieldball lg Speedball 3g Hockey 1, Glee Club 35 Thespians 2,35 Commercial Club 3,4p Gracian 2,3,4, Sus- quehannock 3,4. EMANUEL HENRY SIL- VERSTEIN - "Monte" . . . Academic . . . In- dustrious, intelligent. . . Student Council 2- QRep.J, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4g Captain of Mon- itors 3,4g Dance 3,45 Thespians 3,4g Gracian 2,3,4g Susquehannock 4, County Delegate to Reg- ional S. C.: Jr. Play: Sr. Play, Football Manager 2 3 NESTA LEE RICHARD- SON - "Nes" . . . Com- mercial . . . Cheerful, industrious, friendly . . . Glee Club l,3,4g Sr. Playg Commercial Club lg Dance 2,3. DEAN THEODORE SPEN- CER - Industrial. . . Hot- rodenthusiast. . . Quiet, muscular . . . That Southern drawl . . . Pro- jection operator 2,3,4g Auto Mechanics 3,4g Dance 3,4g Hobby 4.



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CLASS HISTORY As we the class of '52-'53 look back through the years, we hardly recall when '47 -'48 found us meek, timid, wide-eyed Seventh Graders. Due to inexperience and lack of size, we did not appear in many of the activities or on many of the sport teams. We did, however, present a school assembly: and we were represented on the boy's basket- ball team. A few of the girls went with the Junior High softball team to the all-county meet at Bel Air. The Eighth Grade found us sponsoring a dance and giving our famous panel discus- sion for the PTA-"Do Generals Make Good Presidents?" We were coming out for sports by now and had several members on the football, basketball, and Jr. Varsity girls' bas- ketball team. By the Ninth Grade, when we were the big shots in Junior High, we were well rep- resented in all school activities. We gave another dance and took part in all other pos- sible activities. On our visit to Philadelphia we visited the Franklin institute and the Museum of Natural History. Much emphasis was put on the following year's curriculum when we would be entering Senior High School. Our Sophomore year found us adjusting ourselves to the alphabet marking system rather than S's and U's. A trip was taken to Washington accompanied by Mr. Boyle. One member of the class toured the F,B,l, building. It was a trip never to be forgotten. Throughout our Junior year we were busy and active in all realms around the school. Our biggest project was the giving of the Junior-Senior banquet and prom. At the prom we were formally presented our class rings from the seniors. We not only won the mag- azine drive but doubled our goal of S150 proving that, as Juniors, we still found time to get out and sell. We had the top salesman and third high salesman in our class. By now the girls literally dominated the sport field, and although we only had ten voices in the Glee Club, they were the necessary ones. This year--our twelfth and last--finds us busy with name cards, announcements, pictures, and the yearbook. We are anticipating a banquet from the Juniors--fit for a king and a prom fit for his royal ball. The sport field is still being used widely by both boys and girls. Then at last the day of graduation fso hard earnedl will find us proud, yet rather sad, to be saying "so long" to our beloved Alma Mater. 13

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