Millsboro High School - Blue Devil Yearbook (Millsboro, DE)

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Board of School Trustees and School Secretaries To the members of our local school board, we want to express our appreciation for your many efforts to make this a better school. You face many problems, some important and some less importantg there are many decisions you must make in order that we may have a superior school system, and there are many complaints to satisfy. Your devotion and loyalty to our school is an example for us to follow. We salute you for a task well performed. Mrs. Sophie King, Senior Secretary Mrs. Esther Mitchell A. WAYNE BURTON Principal To the Members ofthe Class of 1960: l wish to congratulate each of you on the completion of your graduation requirements. Now that this coveted goal has been reached, I trust that you are not completely satisfied, but are deter- mined to achieve even higher goals. As you strive to reach them, you have my best wishes for an abundance of good health, prosperity, and happiness. May all of you, when you finally begin your life's work, become active Christian citizens in the community in which you live. Sincerely, A. Wayne Burton H igh School Principal OTIS P. JEFFERSON, JR. To The Class of 1960: lt is significant that the largest class to ever graduate from M.H.S. completed its tenure in the years of the "Big Change." Many operational procedures were revised during your high school career as we went through that difficult stage of transition from a small to a medium size school. These changes affected you materially. Some found favor with you, others, disfavor. Certainly you deserve commendation for the ease and good grace with which you adjusted to the transi- tion. l trust that the lessons gained from this transitory period in high school will stand you in good stead in the much more violently transitory conditions that modern society produces. My congratulations for a fine yearbook. It will surely provide many hours of pleasant reading in future years. Sincerely, df few If r Otis P. Jefferson, Jr. ,'4, JO ANN TIMMONS by , Mg, 'W ww fi fi-af' fe 5 Qf mn, ,g ji, . f N .il 4-,' I ! f' H5 J 11 ,, Y, 5 7 .5 f f A A ,,-yr., I' fi? 5 1 -,K . f qw: - 7 Q 15 AWZQW f L? 'wa 2 li ry xv, I fiyf ,W L 1 4, fit 3 , 1 , , ' V 4- 5 Z 2 Pf 4 Q 523 + 1 we ,ha fi QL? H-Viv A 7 A-5 021 f -1 . mf: M1 '+ .m.gjv-ff' fs "fgf',a.:-f, 1 W ,x new JA' mgvm:-. , ,viihz-vw '- dig , , yi 2 1 1? ,lf H5 HM i , , f ,V A531 .1 , W! M, MR. JOSEPH SHIELDS Physical Education and Coaching Sfaff MRS. HELEN SHIREY Music and Chorus Band Director Howard Smith, Lee Mumford, Wilbur Lathbury, Walter Lafhbury, Sylvester LeGaTes, Dan Henderson Custodial and Cafeteria Staffs Mrs. Evelyn Hudson, Mrs. Thelma Baker, Mrs. Elsie Lathbury. I2 Mrs. Dorothy Ellingsvvorth, Mrs. Laura Hudson Mrs. Ruth Timmons, Mrs. Della Jackson. Seniors President of Class 3 4 Ambition To be a top notch Engineer CATHERINE VIRGINIA WILLEY ,,Kmy,, Vice President Commercial Course Band I, 2, 3, 4 County Band I, 2, 4 Chorus 2, 3, 4 Basketball I, 2, 3, 4 Softball I, 2 Business Manager of 1960 Millwheel Vice President of Student Council 3 President of Student Council 4 Delegate to State Student Council 4 Athletic Council 4 F.T.A. 2 Ambition: To love every moment that LINDA KAY MESSICK Secretary of Class 2 4 Basketball Manager 3, 4 Ambition Executive Secretary WILEY IRVIN DUKES "Pete" Student Council Representative Scientific Course Football I, 2, 3, 4 Co-Captain 3, 4 Basketball l, 2, 3 Baseball l, 2, 3, 4 Track l Student Council 2 Vice President of Student Council 4 Representative of State Student Council 4 Sports Editor of 1960 Millwheel Vice President of Class 3 M-Club 3 State Safety Council 4 Athletic Council Representative 3 Ambition: Coach DEANNA RAY HITCHENS ,,Dee,, Treasurer Commercial Course Class Treasurer 3, 4 F.T.A. 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Band l, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 2, 3, 4 Girls' State 3 Chorus Treasurer 3 Chorus Vice President 4 Ambition: Medical Secretary LEON OSCAR BRITTINGHAM, JR. "Lee Britt" Student Council Representative Scientific Course Basketball 3 Band l President of Class l High School Play 3 Assistant Editor of 1960 Millwheel Photographer of T960 Millwheel Typing Club l Ambition: Business Manager cuff RALPH JAMES ADKINS "Ralphie" Scientific Course Football l Basketball 3 Band l School Play 3 Aviation Club 3 Typing Club 3 Ambition: To be wealthy MARGARET ANN ALMASI "Margie" Commercial Course School Newspaper 2, 3 Booster Club 1 Nurse's Aid 4 Library Aid 2 F.H.A. 1 Ambition: Housewife JETTE NOELLER ANDREASEN HSUSH Danish Exchange Student from Esbierg, Denmark Academic Course Chorus 4 F.T.A. President 4 Chorus Stage Manager 4 Ambition: Language Teacher DOROTHY MAE BAKER ,,DOf,, Commercial Course Library Aid l Booster Club l, 2 Newspaper Staff 2, 3 Ambition: Successful marriage and to be a receptionist ARTHUR GULLIES BOWDEN ,,An,, General Course Shop Club 2, 3 Ambition: Clerk and Typist PAULETTE KASINO BOWDEN "Smitty" Academic Course Newspaper Club 2 Typing Club l, 3 FLA. 1, 2, 3 Ambition: Successful marriage REBECCA JANE CARMINE llgeckyll Business Course Photography Club 2, 3 Theater Club 1 Aviation 2, 3 Ambition: Beautician 'S' GLORIA ANN CASH Academic Course Typing l, 3 Booster Club 2 Class Treasurer 2 Girls' State 3 F.T.A. Secretary 4 Ambition: Elementary Teacher ERNEST DURAN CLARK "Ernie" General Course Transferred in llth grade from Pittsville, Md. Shop Club 3 Ambition: Mechanic JAN LINGO COLLINS Academic Course Returned to M.H.S. after 3 years private school at Stuart Hall, Staunton, Virginia Clr1orus4 Ambition: Nurse WILLIAM E. DAISEY, JR. IIBHIII General Course Returned to M.H.S. after 2 years at Massa- nutten Military Academy, Woodstock, Virginia Football 3, 4 Band 3, 4 Chorus 3, 4 Ambition: To be a success PATRICIA LEE ELLINGSWORTH Hpa rf, Commercial Course Student Council Representative 2 Band I, 2, 3, 4 Drum Maiorette 3, 4 Newspaper Club 3 Ambition: Secretary PATRICIA ELLEN FISHER "Pat" Commercial Course Booster Club I Newspaper Club 2 Little Theater Club 3 Photography Club 3 Ambition: To graduate and be happy ELLA CHRISTINE GREEN "Chris" General Course Gift Making Club I Aviation Club I, 2 Photography Club 3 Newspaper Club 3 Ambition: To be a successful housewife PAUL LEE GERMAN Vocational Agriculture Course Shop Club I 2 3 Football 4 Ambition To be a success in life Ambition Secretary and Successful Marriage CAROLE LEE HALL Commercial Course Class Secretary 3 Band l, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 3, 4 Basketball l Chorus Librarian 3 Ambition: Medical Sec reta ry ROSELEE FRANCES HALL Commercial Course Newspaper Club 3 Guidance Secretary 4 Ambition Secretary and Successful Marriage BARBARA ANN HARDING "Barb" Academic Course Transferred in 10th grade from Newtown, Conn. F.H.A. 3 Theater Club 3 Ambition: To lead a life FRED IVAN HUDSON "Freddy" happy and successful ELEANOR MAE HUDSON "Shorty" Commercial Course Library Aid l Booster Club l, 2, 3 Basketball 2 Ambition: Successful marriage Vocational Agriculture Course Aviation Club l, 2, 3 Aviation Commander 3 F.F.A. I, 2, 3, 4 F.F.A. Treasurer 3 Ambition: Farmer JOHN ABRAHAM KLINE "Johnny" Vocational Agriculture Course Aviation Club l, 2, 3 F.F.A. l, 2, 3, 4 F.F.A. President 3 F.F.A. Vice President 4 Baseball I Football 4 Wrestling 4 Ambition: To be a success in life DONNA ALBERTA LAWSON "Donut" Academic Course Band I, 2, 3, A Chorus 3, 4 F.T.A. 3 Basketball l Chorus Librarian 3, 4 Band Librarian 3, 4 County Band l, 2, 4 Ambition: To be a success in all l do PATRICIA RUTH LINGO "Pattie Ruth" Academic Course Class President 2 President of Band 4 Chorus 3, 4 Prom Chairman 3 Layout Editor of 1960 Millwheel Student Council Representative 3 County Band l, 2, 4 State Band 2 Ambition: To go for lO seconds without talking DEBORAH SUE LOCKWOOD "Debbie" Commercial Course Returned to M.H.S. after 6 years of various schools Ambition: Nurse 74767 7 SHIRLEY ANNE LOCKWOOD "Shirl" Commercial Course Returned to M.H.S. after 6 years of various schools Ambition: Nurse - I I , Q 17' ' JOAN ELLEN LYNCH "Joan" General Course Newspaper Club 1 Aviation Club l, 2 Little Theater Club 3 Band l Ambition: Good iob and marriage JOYCE ANN MELSON Hjoycen Vocational Home Economics Course Maiorette 3, 4 Civil Air Patrol l Dramatics 2 Newspaper Club l Library Aid 4 Ambition: Join the JAMES ALBERT MITCHELL "Mitch" General Course Football 2, 3 Basketball 3, 4 Band l, 2 F.F.A. 3, 4 Science Club 3 Ambition: Join the Navy THOMAS WOODROW MOORE "Tom" General Course Football I, 2 3 Basketballl 2 3 4 Band l F.F.A. 2, 3 Track l, 3 M-Club 3 Ambition: Join the Marines BRENDA ANN ORENDORF Benny Commercial Course Aviation Club 2 3 Cheerleader 3 Basketball l 2 3 4 Harvest Queen 4 Newspaper Club l Booster Club 3 Student Council l Ambition Success and happiness DONALD G PUSEY Donald Vocational Agriculture Course ..A.l, , , Aviation Club l, 2 Shop Club 3 F.F.A. Parliamentarian 4 Ambition: State Trooper PAUL GODWIN RIMMER ,,Rim,, Academic Course Editor of l96O Millwheel Band l, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 2, 3, 4 Boys' State 3 County Chorus 3 President of Chorus 4 Ambition: Teacher ROBERT RAY ROGERS Ilsrumpll Vocational Agriculture Course F.F.A. I, 2, 3, 4 Aviation Club I, 2 Photography Club I High School Play 3 Ambition: State Trooper ELAINE PATRICIA RUST Commercial Course Band I, 2, 3, 4 State Chorus 3 County Chorus I, 2, 3 Chorus Pianist 4 Ambition: Elementary Teacher VIRGIL PHILIP RUST General Course Basketball 2, 3, 4 Baseball I, 2 Ambition: Coast Guard thy., ALTON WEST SCOTT "Scotty" General Course Band l, 2 Football 2, 3, 4 Basketball 2 Track 1 Ambition: To be a parts man in a garage DOLORES ANN SMITH Commercial Course Typing Club l Newspaper Club 2, 3 Nurse's Aid 4 Ambition: Successful marriage JAMES HOWARD TATE, JR. ,,Jay,, Scientific Course Band 1, 2, 3 Class Treasurer l Photography Club 3 Chess Club 3 Wrestling 4 Ambition: To go to West Point MELVIN CARLTON TIMMONS llsuddyll General Course Band l, 2 Student Council l Football l, 2, 4 Hiking Club 3 Photography Club 3 Ambition: Join the Navy and see the world 5 'Inv JUDY ANN TRUITT Business Course F.H.A. 1 Newspaper Club 2, 3 Library Aid l Nurse's Aid 4 Ambition: Secretary FLORA ANN VICKERS "Flo" Commercial Course Transferred from Wicomico High in Ninth Grade Band 2, 3, 4 Chorus 2, 3, 4 Softball 1, 2, 3, 4 Secretary of Band 3, 4 Treasurer of Chorus 4 Ambition: Executive Secretary 'Sf -1-in fi "T av-fi" vw f"""? gr- 41"- If I I F SYLVIA CARRIE VICKERS "Sibbie" Academic Course Transferred in llth grade from Lord Balti- more Ambition: Registered Nurse if G' RAY EUGENE WHARTON "Gene" 'I Scientific Course Football 4 Shop Club 2, 3 Suv' 'Html Typing Club I Ambition: Navy PATRICIA KATHLEEN WHITLEDGE Uparu Commercial Course Aviation Club I Ambition: Not sure yet Senior Favorites 1. 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K 5 J g 4 g W 1 A JOHN BIRL ,Sift Valedictorian ' ai 55 A Hitchens, Paul Rimmer, John Birl. SENIOR SPECIALS F ire Baton Twirler-PAT ELLINGSWORTH ,- 'Q W Salutatorari The Class the 1960 is the tirst to have a foreign stu- dent under the American Field Service Foreign Exchange Program, .Iette Andreasen of Esbierg, Denmark, quickly became a member ot the class, taking part in activities and winning many new friends. She made an instant hit with her classmates as well as with many townspeople who help support the exchange program. Pictured above is Jette with her "little sister" Mary Catherine Carlisle with whom she has lived this year. PAULETTE aowosm F A ..5-14 1 H s v ' . 11 w-2.5 tv nib- ' ' t A 3. A . n- . H' . , ' A h '- P- 'Hogg " iJ"7":' ff 5" 3' 's-" yr pff'EvQ-A-'ii , . N . I, c- 3, ut. 0' A 5 - P ' ,S if -. - ,. . . '36 ' , .. "' -92" ' " 'L 1'f9""'s . ' 5 - - A 0 , . '. 1 -w,.'f' ,S i 4,3--. . . f . - ' f' 1- - g"uv-:Sita . y.4,'uA..x. ,,.N'v .Q Y -v .-' A 'VX t as Yu! Leon Brittingham, assistant editor, Pete Dukes, sports editor, Pat Lingo, layout editor, Paul Rimmer, editorg John Birl, class president. Not pictured: Kitty Willey, business manager. The Yearbook taff We, the 1960 Yearbook Staff, are proud to present the 1960 Millwheel with a great feeling of satisfaction, knowing that only with your co- operation could we have completed the task of producing this yearbook. The title Millwheel was first used for a Millsboro annual in l95O, and we felt that with our theme of "flowing waters," it would be most fitting to re-use this narne. We sincerely hope that as you look through the pages of this book, your memory will carry you back to the times of fun, fellowship, and happiness that we have shared together during our school days. Z Paul Rimmer A Editor , ' i 40 Mr. McDaniel, advisor, Flora Ann Vickers, Donna Lawson, Hitchens, typists 7 F I I and Dianna W ,M KY , . Juniors - Class LeRoy Brasure Nancy Brobsf Sandra Carey Richard Anderson William Baker i as -Z 'WPI 'gf " JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Michael Lloyd-Treasurer Margaret Tingle-Vice President Dorothy Hickman-Secretary Donald Ward-President Mrs. Outfen-Advisor Mr. BardfAdvisor of 1961 F 25' x3 gig :P vf 'P i , N. h x Dorothy Conaway Charles Cordre Y .t,,,,, Pauline Daisey " 1 iw Joan Davis J Marilyn Donaway 15. Jerry Dorey wifi D 'x f ui I 4 J ri Terry Dorey Q Ruth Elliott Ronald Fox Q? Norris Godwin Karhrine Hall 9 Margaret Harrison Joseph Lofland Carol Lowe Mary Ann Matthews Eunice Mears Edward Messick Joshua Messick Phillip Messick Doris Miller Emory Mitchell 3, lar 'hs 'H' 'aa'-5. Lois Mitchell Darlene Mumford 4"-5 0 f 4' 2, , i . Wg," ' 1. uw? 4. sv 1 J i Xl 6 -I M dl, Q 'V 117, -L ' 4 ! ,J 15 'W as 'U' fo NN ., 11,46 H2 'U' i J' 'ii , -.... -os l 'WR 'I --9 1 Carol Tillman Margaret Tingle Sue Toomey Meredith Ulrich Chester Walls Donald Ward Dennis Warrington Betty Lou West Kay Wilkerson 'S' Dlx l Q Xf -A ,ur 'E' Jack Windsor Ronald Wootten .QM yt- Sophomores Class of 1962 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Carol Lowe-Vice President Mr. Good-Advisor Beverly Warrington-Secretary Luray Mitchell-Treasurer Mr. Klotz-Advisor Lynn Bullock-President Esther Atkins fi 4? sd' ff' Mary Catherine Carlisle William Carter Donald Clark Jeffery Derrickson George Dodd Betty Ellingsworth Tommy Ellingsworth Bonnie Esham Carol Fisher David Fisher Donald Fox Robert Fox Darwin Hall Vernon Hall Catherine Hickman -it vii ,rf 2 C37 if ,Af ,I Janet Baker Sherra Baker Wiiliam Bradford Nancy Brasure FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Arthur Cafhell-Vice President Pat Smith-Treasurer Bruce Smith-President Roger Hearn-Secretary Mrs. Buhl-Advisor Mr. Jenkins-Advisor Freshmen - Class of 1963 Gary Anderson Cheryl Baker Gloria Baker -A, x'f 2 ,W if 'typ' il rl 1 - eg' wr' r' yr fwiv Alan Campo Arihur Carhell James Clark Leroy Collins Vernon Collins Carol Cordrey Robert Darden Jimmie Elliof Shirley Elliot Dolly Forse Lonnie Foster Robert Gannon Helen Marie Garris Lorraine Godfrey Faye Goff Roger Hearn Cathv Hudson Robert Hudson Donald Jones June Jones ii ?""w, ,--M WJ"" :E QJN we , ij, I KG' J ff. fr'- wi? 1- F 'Av 'A fi- il 3 l AV Nw! ww' .QQ '- Arlene Hudson James Johnson Joseph' Jones Linda Jones Darlene Kirby Janie Kirby Dolores Layfield James Layfield Janet Legares Margaret Long Preston McCabe Susan Mears 9 ma Qs f ff. 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DARDEN'S FOURTH GRADE FRONT ROW: David Baker, Bonnie Laytield, Gail Waples, Barbara Joseph, Adrienne Ayres, Gail Adams, Sherman Elliott. SECOND ROW: Roy Rogers, Randy Murray, Deborah Phillips, Sandra Revel, Kathy West, Diane Hudson, Peggy Holston, Preston Collins, Mrs. Anne Darden. THIRD ROW: Gerald Bunting, Bennie Benge, Ronnie Timmons, Gerald Wootten, Rodney Ellingsworth, John H. Mitchell, Gay Carmean. ,4- 'I gi. G l L-J 1, W. 1 MRS. STARNES' THIRD GRADE FRONT ROW: Eddie Edwards, Stephen Melson, Bobby Radish, Donnie Carey, Gene Burton, Terry Hastings, Larry Vickers, George Rogers, Glenn Moore, Milton Tingle. SECOND ROW: Betty Timmons, Rose Truitt, Holly Baker, Nancy Davis, Ann Smith, Brenda Wilkins, Christine Godfrey, Ruth Reynolds, Susan Coveilale, Mrs. Martha Starnes. THIRD ROW: Gary Mitchell, Don Layfield, Jerry Franklin, George Hughey, Vernon Issacs, Billy Moore, Vernon Hudson, Gay Ulrich, Gary Brittingham, Gerald Truitt, Franklin Touchton. MRS. MOFFETT'S THIRD GRADE FRONT ROW: Otis Hitchens, Robert Doughty, Leon Burton Jr., Donald Daisey, Oral Miles. SECOND ROW: Katherine Mills, Wanda Atkins, Joyce Rogers, Peggy Mumford, Della Donaway, Karen Monroe, Jean Lloyd, Julia Hutchins. THIRD ROW: Joyce Wilkins, Debra Ennis, Mary Lou Thielemann, Paige Donaway, Dolores Brittingham, Cheryl Goff, Victoria Timmons. FOURTH ROW: Byron Revel, Dennis Cordrey, Ray Toomey, Sandy Moore, Mrs. Amanda Moffett, William Oettel, Daniel Bryan, Douglas Lasher. Absent: Stephen Theis, Paul Townsend, Dianna Warring- ton, Paul Toomey. 18 Cf at 00- tra 49- -7' 'hu nouns "' ' 1.0 ' so-Q M MRS. QUILLEN'S FIRST GRADE FRONT ROW: Jean Massey, Deborah Revel, Deborah Layfield, Beverly Gott, Barbara Wootten, Linda Lou Lewis, Ruth Ann Johnson, Bonnie Toomey. SECOND ROW: Raymond Mills, Jane Taylor, Mitzi Hughey, Cheryl West, Patricia Steele, Susan Jenkins, Beatrice Burton, Andrea Collins, Judy Holston, James Holland. THIRD ROW: Clinton Chamberlin, Thomas West, Charles Long, Omer Truitt, Edward Duffel, Charles Lynch, Roy Williams, James Foster, Franklin Joseph, Harvey West, Andrew Esham, Mrs. Gladys Quillen. Absent: Gregory Short. MRS. LONG'S FIRST GRADE FRONT ROW: Robin Justice, Raymond Lawson, Bryan Esham, Barry Rogers, John Lee Daisey. SECOND ROW: Philip Shultie, Joseph Fox, Clayton Revel, Vikki Lingo. THIRD ROW: Jay Toomey, Eddie Brown, Laura Elliott, Kenneth Conaway, Craig Jarvis, Keith Hudson, Donald Joseph, Collin Coverdale, Bonnie Carmean, Wanda Lockwood. FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Pauline Long, Brice Hudson, Aleta Mason, Barbara Mitchell, Wanda Hudson, Sandra Lasher, Charles Scott. FIFTH ROW: Harvey Toomey, Ricky Joseph, Jo Ann Veasey, David Wharton, Johnnie Hall. .valflr xfj - 1" f 7 M nh., ff ln L - I , "J, x 1 x ,X ,- x .- '1 ', fb Q 1 , 1 fix!! ' W xggz. a ' 1 G , A i I, Y , .5 A 5 1 Y ,J , . v 5--1 fm ,.Jnx - 1 T . 'X 2 ' 43 KN 'Num ij ,.0urP.. .K , X , 1 V. A 1 ' . Y N x K ' ,ig .M 'K , 1, N 'S-M y X. 14' 'au pl' J R. 'xxx ,Ti "f"' 4 gf' J A .K .va ?' P. - '- Ss' -':f' 1Q.,f5f'l?f E 1 -I ' , 'ew A ' N", A K "5'-Q 95 X 5""'?f5x 5 Q71 '- Q Y 21.57 i ii' V 1 .4-W .i -ef as - jst wp.: JR -, vc 41, Q f . I N LA , , Q 'ug ' X' ui,,,'.3 X if Q . , 4 ,L NN. . ,. ',1"'f J V.-gg. 9.3.3, Q 4 1 ,fs-Ewa. sb Q '-w I tudent Council H lll ll FRONT ROW: Mr. Jefferson, advisor, Catherine Willey, president, Donna Layfield, secretary, Julie Ryan, Patricia Smith. BACK ROW: Bruce Collins, Donald West, Leon Collins, James Layfield, Wiley Dukes, vice president, Leon Brittingham, Arnold Truitt, Ester Adkins, Patricia Schu macher. A X 1, I 70 4-4 e9ax es to Sw , X I l ci Do nd e CDU X Mee1inQ ma write ia, we D Likes, Cath me xN'xlleY' er Under the leadership of Cath- erine Willey, Council President, the 1959-1960 Student Council became a "traveling" body as participation by Millsboro stu- dents in state and county activi- ties was extended. The Council instituted a new system of class- sponsored pep rallies for foot- ball games which provided great- er enthusiasm and keener com- petition ialthough the weather- man didn't help mattersj. Con- tinuation of the foreign exchange program came under the con- sideration of the group, as did numerous other problems relat- ed to the Student body. Future Farmers of America Education in agriculture offers a variety of experiences. lt may mean doing a project on your own or ioining with fellow students to work out a problem in the shop. Some of the older boys who have cleaned up their farms are shown here reconditioning and painting plows that belong to Mr. Tom Rust, a nearby farmer. F.F.A. also encourages participation in lead- ership and public speaking activities. Here the F.F.A. officers and the fourth place State F.F.A. Parliamentary Procedure Team stand with the chapter banner. Ronald West, reporter Bob Rogers, sentinel John Kline, vice president Donald Pusey, parliamentarian Dennis Warrington, president Jim Mitchell, treasurer Bill Baker, secretary Richard Anderson, chaplain Many times the boys in Vocational Agricul- ture work on special proiects. Here the future farmers are shown working on banners and posters for a school-wide pep rally and parade for the Millsboro-Bridgeville football game. KNEELING: Jimmy Johnson, Philip Messick. STANDING: Gerald Hitchens, Wayne Scorah, Ronald Oliphant, Fred Hudson, Herman Rogers, Paul German, Leroy Brasure, Joshua Messick. --f , SEATED: Leroy Collins, Jimmy Collins, Vernon Collins, Randall Moore. STANDING: Richard Short, Donald Fox, Merrill Parker, George Steininger, Carl Short, Donald Clark, Gary Anderson. . .lu fl Tl , t , fa- .mw,,.f'i""' ,f .ww L fs., naw -H' 1- , ,H , wax .. -,,. .fy a,,,,b9,ur4v-QHWL' """'X4El , . L - .4 . f, , .L .fa--w-"L L 'L iff' 'mv .Q AT 1' 5,,ffF'5XF5L' L, L' .2 " H' A 7 ,jff-1y,cmms'u ar rf' - s 'EW 541 V ' 'Z' Q' u ' -Q, fi," , A ', L' Lg Q- V FL- . in Hg qigwya fW', ' if , ' , ff-M'??'xf2a ,yer " ' ' , Af'5f v, ' ' 1. , 2,1 ' A ,N ,, AL., 'M -,wx 1. ,, - A , .fr a 1. f,. 1 OFFICERS .Jack Wir1dsorwVice Presidenf Pa? Lingo-President Flora Arm Vickers-Secrevary Deanna Hitchens-Treasurer Ray Baker-Sfage Manager Roger Schmidt-Srage Manager Robert Dardenv-Secrion Leader Susan Ourten4Secfion Leader Donna Lawson-Secrion Leader Jcsezzb re Pe'ersom-Sc-fhzf Lea at 1 f -z 1- f +-ff?" Lgf 4.5 Ay 5 ,, A' uf .,,, L W' ',., ii: ' - 2 i. yn ,Wikis ., . R .7 ..t,,,l is 5 ,pg .. di A Hi gh School Band Under the fine direction of Mrs. Helen Shirey and the sharp drill coaching of Mr. Robert Good, the band made many striking appearances this year. New marching tor- mations which drew the acclaim of large audiences ine cluded: Bow and Arrow, Church, Turkey, and Showboat. A highlight of the football season was the intricate coun- ter marches and formations on the Georgetown field, climaxed by the tire baton twirling of Head Maiorette Patricia Ellingsworth. Other appearances of the band in- cluded the Christmas parade, fireman parade, and Mid- Winter and Spring Concerts, an , . , -I ,X K i if Band Directcrf Mrs Shrey Marching Dfrvfffrf Mr Good .AAN y H igh chool ,- tl. k y 5 I FRONT ROW: Iva Baker, Josephine Peterson, Carolyn Hudson, Paul Rimmer, Alan Campo, Carole Hall, Pat Schumacher. SECOND ROW: Luray Mitchell, Jette Andreasen, .lan Collins, Bill Daisey, Bruce Smith, Pat Shith, Catherine Willey. THIRD ROW: Brenda West, Sherry Baker, Bever- ly Warrington, Tommy Messick, Robert Darden, Peggy Wootten, Nancy Brasure, Virginia Butler. BACK ROW: Doris Jefferson, Linda Messick, Eunice Mears, Janice Workman, Gloria Baker, Pat Lingo, Lonnie Foster. OFFICERS FRONT ROW: Donna Law- son, Flora Vickers, Deanna Hitchens, Pat Schumacher, Jette Andreasen, Elaine Rust. SECOND ROW: Pat Lingo, Barry Dodd, Paul Rimmer, Lynn Bullock, Cath- erine Willey. 1 A . . L 1 74 Chorus as E .1 . v FRONT ROW: Cathy Hickman, Shirley Elliott, Lynn Bullock, Elaine Rust Jimmy Clark Donna Lawson Deanna Hitchens SECOND ROW Dianne Shugard, Dolly Forse, Eddie Carey, Marilyn Donaway Donald Rust Mary Catherine Carlisle Janice Wootten THIRD ROW Ruthann Hitchens Janet Baker, Barry Dodd, Joan Davis, Lucien Lenhart Minnie Parker Betty Lou West FOURTH ROW Kathy Hudson Peggy Harrison Shirley Mitchell, Lorraine Godfrey, Darrell Steele, Flora Ann Vickers Etta Hudson Much enthusiasm and zeal has been created this year in the chorus. Under the able leadership of Mrs. Helen Shirey, this fine choral group has advanced to a membership of about sixty. It partici- pated in the Christmas program and in the Mid-Winter and Spring Concerts tea- turing Virginia Butler and Paul Rimmer as soloists tor two of these events. '-f 'fl' , ffm Athletics "E-'ii' ' J' ,,,' fi, , V 'gy K My W I A,,1,,,.. , ,. , ,, .,,N.,.,,. -CC Q 'imma ,, . Devils, Go! im.. Coaches Mr. Lawson, Mr. Shields, Mr. Klotz M.l-l.S. 27 O 25 25 39 43 6 39 SCHEDULE Opponents Lord Baltimore Rehoboth Harrington North Caroline North Dorchester Selbyville Briclgeville John M. Clayton i.Q, 48 11 Ll! I L6 0? .C FRONT ROW: Leroy Brasure, James Layfield, Lynn Bullock, Howard Hudson, Norris Godwin, Preston McCabe, Pete Dukes, Jimmie Parker, Marvis Truitt. SECOND ROW: David Webb, Eddie Messick, Joshua Messick, Ronald Wootten, James Johnson, John Kline, Herman Rogers, Paul German, Thomas Ellingsworth. THIRD ROW: Ronald Hudson, Donald Jones, Billy Waples, Darwin Hall, Emory Mitchell, Andy Shirey, Phil Messick, Chester Walls, Arthur Warrington, Bill Daisey. FOURTH ROW: Jay Vickors, Harley Hickman, Ronald Oliphant, Darrell Steele, Billy Baker, Alton Scott, Gene Wharton, Buddy Timmons, Richard Webb, Eugene Geiger. TOP ROW: Mr. Bailes, Mr. Shields, Mr. Lawson, Mr. Klotz. 1959 Blue Devils Shortly after the start of football practice, it became obvious that the Blue Devils had emerged from the football doldrums and were going to be a contend- er for Henlopen honors. Inspiring his squad with the will to win, Coach Joe Shields reshaped holdovers and molded newcomers into a high scoring offensive and hard-nosed defensive squad. The Blue Devils, in rolling up 204 points in 8 games, became one of the two teams in downstate Delaware to crack 200 points. Opening the season against Lord Baltimore, the Blue Devils struck with light- ning-like precision to score four quick touchdowns. With a 27'-0 halftime lead, Coach Shields spent the second half juggling line-ups and giving newcomers a taste of the football wars. Final score, M.H,S., 27, L.B., O. Emotions were running high as preparations were started for the Rehoboth game. However, that old enemy, rain, washed out the scheduled Friday night game. On Monday the steam was gone and the Blue Devils, plagued by iniuries, penalties, and mistakes were dropped 2l-0 by the Sea Hawks. lt was in the third game of the season that the team began to iell. Traveling to Harrington, the Blue Devils revealed its newly found depth as the offensive punch in a 25-T2 win was triggered by newcomers and second stringers. Kcontinued on page Mil Hard Fig'htir11g f .2 Ronnie Hudson fullback Pete Dukes end 1 A iw John Kllne Tackle Josh Messmk Center Ronnre Wootfen quarterback da 'S' Howard Hudson quarterback Alfon SCOTT Gnd Phil Messrck Tackle n ' J P- ' 1 I - 3 ,, ' , -'Ffa r T . Hx ., 2 A' A X, f N? f' ' , V D 'xt' v .K . I . 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BACK ROW: Willis Smith, Mr. Shields Coach Darrell Steele CROSS COUNTRY TEAM Millsboro took part in cross country for the first time this year. The boys did very well considering that four of them were also on the football team at the same time. Bill Baker showed excep- tional promise in the Harrington meet as did Ronnie Wootten. Their showings were good considering they had never been over the track before. Coach Shields is looking for an even better out- come in the fall of '60 as the thinclads go into their second year. P? X XRQN I Lynx We ,ef FRONT ROW: Emory Mitchell, Tom Moore, Bill Baker, Ronald Hudson, Jeff Derrickson. BACK ROW: Mr. Bard, Coach, Jim Mitchell, Ronald Wootten, Joshua Messick, Wayne Scorah, Bill Daisey, Manager. .41 ssl? KI Blue Devil Basketball Team As basketball got underway, it appeared that we would have a strong team in the Henlopen Conference since we had five Iettermen return- ing to build a high scoring offense. In the first three games the Bardmen fell behind, scoring a total of only 88 points. Then in the Lord Baltimore game the boys seemed to find their shooting eye. The game was lost by a close score but the next five games put the Blue Devils in the win- ning column by overwhelming scores as Ronnie Wootten, Jeff Derrickson, and Torn Moore started to appear in the double figures. To point out any one player would not be right since it was a team effort. As the Millwheel goes to press the team has a record of five wins and four losses and it seems as if they will have a winning season for the first time in five years. iw iv! wg TOM MOORE JIM MITCHELL 84 FRONT ROW: Betty Lou West, Mary Ann Matthews, Luray Mitchell, Catherine Willey, Brenda Orendorf, Carol Lowe. MIDDLE ROW Patricia Schumacher, Dorothy Conaway, Janet Baker, Bonnie Esham, Cathy Hickman, Pat Lingo. BACK ROW: Linda Messick, Lorraine Godfrey Donna Layfield, Eunice Mears, Dorothy Hickman, Bonnie Baker. 4 Q , X ti l xii? 5 W 4. r D l Q ' X Z, Catherine Willey Captain 3, 4 Girls, Basketball Team GIRLS' HENLOPEN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS The Millsboro girls started off in fine fashion in their quest for the first Henlopen Conference Championship. Opening at Milton with a decisive victory, they notched wins over J.M.C. in overtime, Lord Bal- timore, Rehoboth, and Felton. The first conference loss was sustained at the hands of Bridgeville by one point, 35-34, and then a non-conference game loss to Selbyville by one point also, 23-22. The girls, by winning their next four confer- ence games, can wrap up the pennant. The team is once again led by captain Willey and features team work, spirit, and high morale. i H Pat Lingo .Qt , Lf' , XX dw' I ' wx 1 t ii .7 ltd' ff, T511 s l l Brenda Orendorf N FRONT ROW: Bruce Smith, Lonnie Foster, Lynn Bullock, Phillip Rogers, Tommy Ellingsworth, Donald Jones. BACK ROW: Mr. Shields, Coach Darrell Steele, Darwin Hall, Lucien Lenhart, David Fisher, Ronald West, Charles Cordrey, Willis Smith. Boys' I. V. Basketball Team The J.V. team under the guiding hand of Coach Shields has started a rebuilding program. Experi- ence is what the team lacked at the outset of the season but with a nine-game schedule they are quickly closing in the handicap. After four games under their belts they are showing signs of im- provement. They will without a doubt be hitting the winning column by season's end. . ' of " 86 John M. Clayton Lord Baltimore Rehoboth Selbyville John M. Clayton Milton Milton Selbyville Lord Baltimore SCHEDULE Home Away Away Home Away Home Away v Away Home U15 U19 V26 2X2 2X9 2fl9 2!23 3!l 3X4 i IL Q1 is J:- fi, 515 W 'W " Sv" WK jf ,iv lj b " kXgl',"xlj S .5 h Jsiil.lygQ li jf: gg X s 'X 'X V 4' . 'USIYWQV ON MAT John Kline, Barry Dodd, Mr. Bailes, Coach. STANDlNG: Herman Rogers, Buck Godwin, Ronnie Crain, Edde Cathell Team The school took on its second new sport in one year-wrestling. Under the coaching of Mr. Bailes and with a good turnout, the team traveled to Delmar on January 13 for its first war on the mats. On January 21 they took on Wicomico High, the largest school on the Eastern Shore. The boys on the squad made a real team effort scoring 15 points against the more experienced Wi Hi Indians, who scored 30 points. The third match found Caesar Rodney taking on our boys who only lost by 7 points with a score of 28-21. John Kline, the captain of the team, has looked very good winning all his matches by pins or decisions. Herman Rogers has shown a great deal of power as has Jimmy Johnson. Barry Dodd, a sophomore, wrestling in the 130 pound class, looks good as does Eddie Cathell, a seventh grader in the 95 pound class. Eddie Messick is going to go a long way in wrestling if he keeps up the good work that he has started. Ronnie Crain, Glen Davis and Marvis Truitt have made some good showings and Ronnie Joseph, Gene Geiger, Terry Dorey and Joe Lofland in the heavier divisions have also looked good in their matches. Wrestling has been received here with fairly large crowds viewing the matmen at work. Probably no other school ever inaugurated wrestling so well so fast in varsity competition as have the Blue Devils of M.H.S. Boys' Baseball I I '1 FIRST ROW: Tom Moore, Ronnie Hudson, Pete Dukes, Jimmy Murray, Ronald Wootten, Jeffry Derrickson, and John McCabe SECOND ROW Mr Klotz coach, Lynn Bullock, Herman Rogers, Terry Dorey, Joe Lofland, Charles Cordrey, Jerry Dorey, and John Evans. THIRD ROW Bruce Hornung Barry Dodd, Richard Anderson, and David Collins. A squad of about 35 players reported for the campaign under Coach Klotz. The big gap left by graduations was in the pitching department, which was filled by Pete Dukes, who had some hard luck over the season. Nevertheless, the boys managed to acquit themselves in a commendable manner despite lack of experience at several key spots. The highlights of the season were wins over Felton, Milton, Rehoboth, and our arch rivals, J. M. Clayton. Ronald "Pigeon" Hudson was among the top batters in the league and although Pete only won four games he worked more innings than any other pitcher in the league. Next year's team will be coached by Mr. Lingo and he will have as a nucleus Terry and Jerry Dorey, "Pigeon" Hudson, Charles Cordrey, Herman Rogers, Jeff Derickson, Ron Wootten, Joe Lofland, Barry Dodd, Lynn Bullock, Tom Moore, and a host of other less experienced aspirants. X gl 5 Q .g T.:-ilfwzv' ' X' I .-f' ,Q , ,, -N Girls' oftball I 4 J ami 4 3 . ." 1 7, FRONT ROW: Rosalie West, Bonnie Esham, Flora Vickers, Mary Ann Matthews, Sandra West, Barbara Hitchens, Patricia Cordrey, Carol Lowe BACK ROW: Donna Layfield, Darlene Mumford, Helen Brewington, Bertha Rogers, Patricia Schumacher, June Brewington, Bonnie Outten, and Mr. Bard, Coach. 1 3 J -4 s 0 J The T959 Girls' Softball team finished with a splendid season record of 9-2. Their record in the Henlopen Conference, which was organized and initiated for spring sports, was 5-2. Their only defeats were by Selbyville and Lord Balti- more, who tied for conference champions with records of 6-T making Millsboro in third place. Since the T959 team was built around ninth graders, the Softball team promises to be experienced with returning letter winners. The T959 team lost only one senior player, Barbara Hitchens, the captain. Track Team FRONT ROW Bll Baker, Jeffry Derrickson, Eddie Messick, Donald Jones. BACK ROW: Mr. Gladden, Coach Alton Scott Tom Moore, Howard Hudson, Ronald Wootten. The 1959 Track Team made an exceptionally fine showing in the newly formed Henlopen Conference by finishing second in the standings. Bill Baker, half miler, set a new conference and state record by running the half mile in two minutes and twelve seconds at the Harrington meet. He also won the half mile event at Milford, while Eddie Messick finished seventh. Howard Hudson, running in the quarter mile event, finished third at Harrington and fifth at Milford, Ronald Wootten made a real fine showing in the 100 and 220 yard dashes by taking second and first place respectively. At Milford he took second in the hundred yard dash and second in the 220 yard dashL At Seaford he took second in the hundred and third in the 222 yard dash. The 440 yard relay team composed of Ronald Wootten, Tom Moore, Jeff Der- rickson, and Alton Scott, took first place at the Harrington meet. Jeff Derrickson, who ran in J.V. competition in the 100 and 220 yard dashes, took first in both the 100 and 220 yard dashes at Milford. This is an exceptionally fine record for the track' team and with every member a candidate for this year's squad, the prospects look even better for 1960. -4' 1- p - a:'1253.. -nv' - ,, .. "' '- Darlene Hall Bonnie Baker Mary Ia. 1 " J Matthews J," ., , l - Kitty Hall Darlene Mumford Virginia Butler Betty Lou West Beverly Warrington Cheerleaders I Mrs. Martha Starnes Advisor -qvwfgrgga. J, l 1 L. Athletic Council N. l ' 2. MOM 853124 X 'gt' wt FRONT ROW: Mr. Shields, Mr. Monroe, Brenda Orendorf, Catherine Willey, Secretary. BACK ROW: Ronnie Wootten, Mr. Lingo, Mr. Klotz, Mr Jefferson, Chairman, Mr. Burton. The rehabilitation of the athletic program, armed at making Nl.H.S. a maior conference contender in all sports, has been the primary goal of the Athletic Coun- cil this year. 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Santa no gefts for that prefzel fhnef - .- NO C0mrY1er1T- A momenfs rest on the New York trip Semor Poem To the Class of 60 I wrute thus poem And proudly deducate After twelve hard years you re now Senuors You lcongratulate In thus class one can fund good scholars And students of all kunds Honor members and honor leaders lntellugent student munds Some are students holdung theur breaths Hopung to graduate Wautung for that specual nught On that thrullung date PAULETTE BOWDEN and JOHNNY BIRL Became the Senuor brauns ALTON SCOTT BRENDA ORENDORF got Harvest Crowns As part of theur gauns Then PAUL RIMMER became our Pro as head Of the Yearbook staff LEON BRITTINGHAM became the photographer Comung up wuth many a laff Actuve un our class DEANNA HITCHENS LINDA MESSICK and then There s GLORIA CASH CATHERINE WILLEY furst gurl Councul Presudent Is a change we gladly state Whule THOMAS MOORE leads all other kuds For beung absent or lust late The Class of 60 us proud to have The Shore s best mauorette I m sure PATRICIA ELLINGSWORTH The class wull not forget PATRICIA LINGO and DONNA LAWSON Are the very busuest ROBERT ROGERS and PAT WHITLEDGE Are the Senuor wuttuest FLORA VICKERS and SYLVIA VICKERS thought Hugh heels on a trup a cunch To theur surpruse they soon found dufferent And so dud tured JOAN LYNCH MELVIN TIMMONS knows that goung to school Is uust luke playung poker Try to get ut straught And don t be a uoker I00 Most Senuors know hum as Athlete Pete And he us surely tough WILLY DUKES us hard to beat And on the gruduron he us rough DEBBIE and SHIRLEY LOCKWOOD Certaunly are look alukes They have been foolung theur teachers Ever sunce they were luttle tykes ROSILEE HALL DELORES SMITH and DOT BAKER Never put thungs off tull later Do thungs early us theur motto Your chances will be greater Now for a tume I ll change my rhyme Tryung a dufferent creatuon A play on names and unternal rhymung Wull be my determunatuon Its never too late to celebrate uf you Become a West Pount candudate states JAY TATE And havung an after school uob us no lark Was an earnest remark we heard by EARNEST CLARK There s nothung to ut exclaums JUDY TRUITT Down the hall you ll hear a call The cheerleadung call us from DARLENE HALL JAMES MITCHELL and VIRGIL RUST turn the Basketball court unto a cloud of dust Another talent mentuon I must for when ut Comes to musuc there s versatule ELAINE RUST Tryung to blossom I have the textbooks All aflame WILLIAM DAISEY us my name RALPH ADKINS and ARTHUR BOWDEN stroll Upon the scene We re also very glad to have PAT FISHER MARGARET ALMASI and BECKY CARMINE JAN COLLINS and JOYCE MELSON are also On the beam And we are surely proud to have them As members of our team CAROL HALL ELEANOR HUDSON and CHRISTINE GREEN Have a message to you to brung Happuness us oh so great When you get that rung Cont nued on Page l43 C - 1 ' 1 . l. . 1 I . 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H - ll . l ' , . . 1 Il' Il l a li Advertising The Class of I96O expresses nfs sincere appreclaflon fo all 'rhose bus: nesses and individuals who purchased adverhslng space IH fhls eduhon of THE MILLWHEEL Wufhouf fhe supporf of adverhsers and pafrons a small hugh school could nof publish an annual of 'rhe qualify and size of fhls eduhon To our many friends un Mullsboro and nenqhbonng fowns we say Thanks a million Elmer Revels Grocery Mlllsboro Delaware Ed s General and Sporhng Goods Sfore Oak Orchard Delaware Ebe and Blanche Afluns Mullsboro Delaware Careys Pamf and Color Cenfer Mnllsboro Delaware H E Timmons Mlllsboro Delaware Dr Blame Afluns Mrllsboro Delaware Smlffys Radio TV Selbyvllle Delaware Georgefown Shoe Repau Sfore Georgefown Delaware Cluffon W Brasure Dagsboro Delaware and Mrs Clifford E Rusf Georgefown Delaware and Mrs Henry Shugard Mlllsboro Delaware The Granville Hudsons Mullsboro Delaware rs. Lucinda Wilson Redden, Delaware . and Mrs. Ernesf Hudson Georgefown. Delaware Mr. and Mrs: Paul Bowden Millsboro, Delaware Coursey's Service Sfafion Millsboro, Delaware J. Alfon Knowles Laurel. Delaware Chipmans Shoe Sfore Laurel, Delaware Dr. Roberf Dickey Laurel, Delaware Calio's Shoe Repair Laurel. Delaware Hudson Profane Gas Company Laurel. Delaware Carey's Flying A Sfafion Laurel, Delaware IIMII Laurel, Delaware Mr and Mrs Harry Ellmgsworfh Mullsboro Delaware Ball s Barbershop Mnllsboro Delaware Dr Carey Selbyvnlle Delaware Complrmenfs of Walfer Orendorf Wilbur C Roof Shell Service Brudgevulle Delaware Triangle Oil Company Brldgevllle Delaware Helenas Flowers Mlllsboro Delaware Mr and Mrs David R Fisher Mullsboro Delaware Burfon and Klrlcpafrlclr Rehobefh Beach Delaware Mr and Mrs Chesfer N Green Mlllsboro Delaware Bedford Mofors Georgefown Delaware Nancy Lee Shop Georgefown Delaware Carey's Funeral Home Georgefown, Delaware Ed and Rufh Wells Gumboro, Delaware Milford Pharmacy Milford. Delaware Lou's Boofery Milford. Delaware W. T. Granf Milford, Delaware Darwin Hall TV Service Millsboro. Delaware Marilyn Dress Shop Millsboro, Delaware Clyde P. Joseph Georgefown, Delaware Esham's Nurseries Millsboro, Delaware Raymond V. Wesf Millsboro. Delaware Savage's Marlref I o . I i - Bridgeville, Delaware -r O I ' l . Mr. . ' . I , , Mr. . ' I M Mr Rehobofh Beach, Delaware FRANK S PARKER 81 CO BLOCK MANUFACTURER MILLSBORO DELAWARE 237 Sand, Cinder and Foamed Slag Phone I Comphmenfs o a FRIEND PETE S ATLANTIC WX X Flres+one Tlres M II b 7943 ROUTE I I3 DUCK S TEXACO STATION MILLSBORO DELAWARE b 6 WM A HUDSCN A+ Phillips HIII GENERAL MERCHANDISE AND COUNTRY PRODUCE Phone Millsboro 7674 Complimenfs of GRANVILLE MESSICK JAMES FUNERAL HO MILLSBORO. DELAWARE Phone 3I I I Phone 409I T ,U '?" 'A' x-, , ae ' A' ' J W' I I ,I STATION hwy , i s oro Phone 'F I Phone Mills oro 79 I Dealer in A I Shop Compliments and of Save al MQNRQES WATSON 81 GRAY for Famrly Wearing Apparel MILLSBORO PHONE 3226 M llsb F BRASU RE AND SMITH M Maxx I i oro and ranlrford illsboro, Delaware 8 r. Besi' Wlshes From COLLINS AND RYAN For Your Insurance Needs See YOU' ASPHALT CO INC S++ F R ++ 6 e arm epresen a We General Contractors JOHN o. BRITTINGHAM As ha., P MiIIsboro, Delaware - AUTO LIFE FIRE Furnished and Applied Millsboro 6356 SEAFORD, DELAWARE KERSEY MOTOR COMPANY Dependable Servlce Low Cosi' NEW AND USED CARS INTERNATIONAL TRUCK DEALER MlIIsboro Del DUFFEL S PRINT SHOP Job Prmhng Promp+ Servuce Sahsfa cfory Prices MILLSBORO DELAWARE Phone 228I VIC 553 E FIR T HALL BROS PAINTING SANDING INTERIOR SPRAYING EXTERIOR Mlllsboro Delaware Phone 7I07 or 3402 MILLSBORO FURNITURE COMPANY PHONE 593 I 95 4616 .J I I a+ . . Your I ,J,f-'e,f'.fNl'f"x'vr-X . f' K I 0 if iris f Tig? 1' IS ouR CI fi 5 JN Lx THOUGHT Iv 3 I S S , 3 Q. , I 6 ! I 0 is , as 5 "SQ: ' V. ...T ,vs l :ff , A I SANDERS P. DARDEN, JR. INSURANCE AUTO - HOME BUSINESS - LIFE PHONE 400I -338I MILLSBORO. DELAWARE BURTON BUICK George+own Delaware Phone 7344 BUICK Sales and Servuce OPEL Comphmems DuPon'I Paml' Duo Therm Healers ROBERT LEE RESTAURANTS Rehobo'I'h Mnllsboro an 8 352I 797 BOULEVARD HARDWARE CO Mlllsboro Delaware PHONE 608 I Go 'Io GREEN S DAIRY for Sussex Coun+ys Flnes'I' GrAcle Mall: and Mlllr Produc+s MILLSBORO DELAWARE Ph 398 W EDGAR TIMMONS P ROBERT W LAWSON S T TIMMONS OIL CO INC Drsfruhufor for Calso Proclucfs MILLSBORO DELAWARE b 7 uuuu of cl - I I . , res. . , ec., reas. I U, , I . . f ,-X . Phone Mills oro 3 bl one l Phone Berlin 344 Compliments of SIMMONS CHEVROLET CGMPANY M Illlg IU HITCHENS AUTO SUPPLY Norfh Man S'rree+ MrIIsboro Delaware DISTRIBUTOR OF AUTOMOTIVE PARTS Flres+one Tires Tubes and BaHerles PHONE 204: OR zosu 'WRX Mayfag Tele SOD Saleg and Service and RBCIO AND CUT RATE STORE SAVE Hospfal Supples 8 1049+ Amcles Televlslon and Appliances Pa+enI Medlcnes MILLSBORO DELAWARE S'rafronery ALBERT H RUSSELL PHONE 78I5 MILLSBORO DELAWARE X Q4 HIQHU BRITTINGHAM s x Ig PUSEYS Fresh KlIIecI Meafs 4 RESTAURANT an Groceries GUMBORO. DELAWARE Submarmes ples Phone Gumboro 267I MILLSBORO. DELAWARE Delncuous Home Cooked Meals If-Yffkfn 5314? ab- ' . fc, xx f I y " ,r.. 'ysif' I I -'fi M I ,v ",f " W. ,IQY Z H F . ' 9 57, , I gg . 1 A , I X ' ' J, - vi s ' I I I I Wul f he AT - - ' ' ' . I ' j I J C R- ' c KNJ I I . Il X d ,I . . Il CHARLIE 81 LILLIAN Your Friendly Neighbor or Gas Oil Lubrlcahon and Groceries MILLSBORO DELAWARE 7935 MITCHELL 81 JONES General Merchandise Sporhng Goods and Ammunihon MILLSBORO DELAWARE Ph e 985 CHESTER S FRITZ General Machine Shop We Repair Anylhing All Kinds of Weld ng PHONE 738I JOHN A CORDREY 84 CO Feeds Seeds Ferhlizer and PouII'ry Supplies MILLSBORO DELAWARE 2 4 EVERETT W RUST PURE SERVICE STATION Mea+s Groceries MI LLSBORO DELAWARE P 045 M A TI H I Wafe Hel' TELEPHONE szn HICKMAN S MOTELQRESTAURANT MR AND MRS H B HICKMAN OP Hgh Y rfh fMlIb Compllmenfs of Your Confracfor and Builder DELAWARE POULTRY W B DOREY 81 SONS LABORATORIES, INC MILLSBORO DELAWARE MILLSBORO DELAWARE Phone 7267 ,F o 1 Oh 7 Phone 4 s ' I . . . 3 0 Phone I I I5 inufes 'Io 'I'he 'I'IanI'ic ' Beaches. ied Showers- o r a Pure Gas - Oil- Grease , I hone 3 ' ' - ' Owners and era+ors u.s. a wa ns No o i s oro, Delaware iv, MITCHELL S HATCHERY Vontress AA Baby Chucks MILLSBORO DELAWARE 7 Compllments TOWNSENDS MILLSBORO DELAWARE of 476 COLLINS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY B FINE HOMES OUR SPECIALTY M f 60 From the SOPHOMORE CLASS I . of Phone MiIIsboro 3 3I A Sr JOHN COLLINS, Pres. and T Besf Wishes Phone I +0 H16 Senior Class o I9 Con+rac'I'ors and uilders illsboro, Delaware A I EDWARD S CORDREY Manufad. er fhe La'res'r Word n Beau Trea'rme+ Lumbe Wood ee Sa d sf MILLSBORO DELAWARE THE POWDER PUFF 582 oe BEAUTY SHOP XNG H47- 699 6 1 , M II b Tl Ti all MILLSBORC FEED COMPANY MILLSBORO DELAWARE Pho e MILLSBORO 32II 0 For ur i of +V n I. - S w u Phone I Home 3 I A 9 in -A -no P A 4 H 49 i s oro sf "ll . ', E Mnllsboro 70l8 ,D E " n Compliments RAYMOND S GOSLEE JFDRD, X FLYING A STATION I X ,S H D WALTER T WARRINGTON MILLSBORO DELAWARE WM OLIVER JONES O6 ISp es MILLSBORO DELAWARE 7328 HV pw X JACKS N S MR HARLEY MOORE X MOTOR CO LUMBER COMPANY MILLSBORO DELAWARE 22 E+ b 2 B MOORE AND SON 403 MILLSBORO DELAWARE Je eles Musc I S ppI es PHONE 3052 I ZAR of 24 our ay Service ' Infersecfion Rouie II3 ini' ' Gr c ries -- Hardware A Plumbing and EIec'rrica u pIi P 0 Phone IIN . III CompIlmen'rs ' U of H -El em, o I . IIIII, P' Phone I I Phone I s a . I9O L. . w r ' I a u i M ' Sfreei' Millsboro DI f I HOUSTON-WHITE CO. LUMBER MILLWORK BUILDING MATERIALS ROOFING PAINT CEMENT Everything to Build Anything Promplr CourIe-ous Service LOW PRICES MILLSBORO DELAWARE PHONE 23II T I-In L ffm EfXAfCxI.I. WE WELCOME YOUR ACCOUNT ll - - - ll I I 'Agd- Z ,'15zc2g:1::4:'f2' 1: -:.f'4:1:aQ?i4-fn A-. I .'..-:!gf-: sS- QQ Erin , , "" '.-. 'S "' ' , ., z w kxz- an iq? - , -2 af : gf: - : g 'Sf-'--Fiat' 5 3 '-:Epi o o o o o o 0 C QE ff 1 .4 I' 5 J In 1 -I f .T fn- 4 AJUQ 'lijs - L5 , SAM'S HIGHWAY RESTAURANT BreaIcfas+, Lunches Dinners, Banquers Sandwiches and PIaHers 'ro Carry Ou+ MILLSBORO DELAWARE Phone Mrllsboro 355I I N S U I N Insurance S U CECIL J. R BURTON R 6 MILLSBORO 627I Insurance WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE ERNEST A WEST Owner MlIIsboro Delaware Phone 558I GODFREY S Variety Store GIHS Cards Hardware EI Main S'I'ree+ Mlllsboro Delaware BOB S DINER EN INTHE WSDDD FDR FINE FOOD :gl MiIIsboro Delaware CHARLES E DAVIS Elecfrlcal Plumblng Con'Ira cI'or PHONE 572l H M I: Q pSm'I'In A A C II N N ' C C E E I ' , , c. 1 Jw . ,Q B . . n 3. E HeaI'ing i "a!4gqnba U A sfxig X 24 our Service IJ ji li.. ills oro, DeIaware ' L I THE JUNIORS 9 THE SENIORS H1 O MILLWHEEL AND Extend Best Washes tor Q JL Con ra+ula+e on e I96 Successtul Future if vs 1 5' CITIZENS ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION T Q d BRANCHES Dover and Wllmmgfon Delaware an Annapolis Balhmore and Salusbury Maryland SWIFT AND COMPANY Daury and Poultry Plant GEORGETOWN DELAWARE W W EDINGER JR Drugglst The RexaII Sfore GEORGETOWN DELAWARE JOHNNYS BAKE SHOP Fme Pasfrles and Breads I1 B df d Sir GEORGETOWN DELAWARE 7374 CLARENCE E SHARP INC Compressed Gas and Welding Supplres Cooking and Heahng Gas and Appliances GEORG ETOWN DELAWARE 6648 H S OKIE NC Farm Equlpmeni' GEORGETOWN DELAWARE JACK HOUGH Res 2707 I Cifizens' Buil ing he S uare Georgefown, Delaware d as XIQT 4 5 M11 I . . I . Nor+ e or eeI I Phone . . U Phone Bus. 27I5 H EN RY S NEWSSTAND I20 Easi' Merkel' S+ree+ GEORGETOWN DELAWARE Phone 68 I 5 PURNELL S HARDWARE Phofographlc Supplies GEORGETOWN DELAWARE REESE W SMITH General Con1'rac+or GEORGETOWN DELAWARE Phone 6934 , J sw l Gswowf' L SINCLAIR REFINERY CO. GEORGETOWN, DELAWARE Phone 2525 or 2526 THORO KLEEN CLEANERS Dry Cleaning, Pressing, Rug Cleaning and Repairing Minor Repairs Free Shirf Finishing Georgefown 28 I 3 f 1 , E ' TSN- I I I . O O I I Qi ,fi RUSSELL A LEWIS AND SON Barber Shop AIR CONDITIONED Three Barbers Phone 6692 Georgefown Delaware CHARLES B STEVENSON SR INC Furnl+ure Floor Coverings Venehan Blmds Frngldalre MayI'ag Sales and Service I GEORGETOWN DELAWARE M C RUST Jeweler Wa'IchmaIcer Engraver GEORGETOWN DELAWARE 690 Feeds C W WORKMAN FEED CO GEORGETOWN DELAWARE MII bor 7I75 Compliments ARROW SAFETY DEVICE CO GEORGETOWN DELAWARE - Dia 6912 8 Em Marke+ Poulfry Supplies Phone ' I Phone is o of I J B WAGAMON Nu1'rER D MARVEL GEORGETOWN DELAWARE 2555 Realtor GEORGETOWN DELAWARE 2479 MELVIN L JOSEPH BRAUN S CONSTRUCTION CO FASHION STORES PHONE 68 I 0 Ch d D d RUST WEIR SUPPLY CO Bulldmg Materials Del y Se RAILROAD AVENUE GEORGETOWN DELAWARE Complimenfs . ' Phone l Phone I Georgelown, Delaware W 'l M Omen , I ren en We Do Excavallng, Grading, All 3 un Georgelown Hauling ir+, Slag and Bull ozing. Free Eslimafes and iver rvice SELBYVILLE, DELAWARE THE FAMILY SHOPPE Dlstmctlve Clothing Fastnons WE TRY TO SATISFY MEN S - BOYS LADIES - GIRLS Phone 8820 RlCKARD'S MARKET HERBERT'C. STEPHENS: Owner Groceries - Meats Frozen Foods - Vegetables PHONE 3 lbl SELBYVILLE DELAWARE Best Washes to the SENIOR CLASS From Scotty s Clothes ROLAND F SCOTT INC SELBYVILLE DELAWARE MUMFORD SHEET METAL WORKS Manufacturers SELBYVI LLE DELAWARE SELBYVI LLE FORD TRACTOR INC Equipment and Parts Sales and Servnce Ph Selbyvll 591 J CONN SCOTT Furnlture and Carpets Selbyvllle Delaware FREE DECORATING SERVICE PHONE 2l0I I ' I Wholesale Distributors - Dial 3131 g , . one i e I BUNTINGS NURSERIES Selbyvllle Delaware Newcas+Ie and C.R.D. Ca pei-Iing THE L81M DISTRIBUTORS PouI+ry and Dairy Supplles Vacclnahng and Debeaking PHONES 627 OR 684 SELBYVILLE DELAWARE PouI+ry and Swme Vaccines me I MILLER FEED COMPANY AIIls Chalmer and New Idea Farm Equlpmeni' SELBYVILLE DELAWARE Phone 466I GEORGE S MARKET Fme Meafs and Grocernes SELBYVILLE DELAWARE GMC SUNOCO W A ELLIS General AuI'o Repairing Roufe II3 DuP nf Hgh ay SELBYVILLE DELAWARE SMITH S LADIES SHOP SELBYVILLE DELAWARE Phones 4I92 IAIanhc9 6I02 Compli n s of , "Where Mofher and Daughfer Shop I I , o I w I ' - I MURRAYS FEED SERVICE INC Feed Coal and Poultry Supplies PHONE R a y 276I ERANKEORD DELAWARE Besi' Wishes From 1 I 0 ne I , ,,,,U , M . bm' ,. SIIIPLY CII..-li-.--N-A 4 BAN KS HARDWARE CO. Phone Rodney 544I or 208I Frankford. Delaware Compliments of DAISEY AND TINGLE HATCHERY Phone Rodney 342I Dagsboro Delaware FARMERS BANK OF THE STATE OF DELAWARE Dagsboro Offlce Zemfh and RCA Televnslon and Radios Frlgldanre Appllances ART S TELEVISION AND APPLIANCES DAGSBORO DELAWARE R d y 7I Sales and Service DRIVE IN DAesBoRo DELAWARE F51 H EATHMAN JEWELER Bulova I'IamIII'on WlH'nauer Av!!! Keepsake Dlamonds Rings DAGSBORO RODNEY 4 I4I N II Phone Rodney 6208 W? I CompIimen'I's of I Phone o ne 36 N9 . . f ,b ,1 v y yhfjs O O was XI' Iwixcgs . 'ar ,, LO DEL MOTORS New and Used Cars FRANKFORD DELAWARE Phone Rodney 447I RAYMOND E TOWNSEND Mlxed Feeds and Corn Llme Ferhhzer b FRANKFORD DEL SHORE TYPEWRITER SERVICE New and Used Typewnfers Calculafors Adding Machines SALES SERVICE AND RENTALS GEORGETOWN DELAWARE phon G 67 9 Complnmenfs of CHANDLER 81 MCCABE Beacon Feed PHONE DAGSBORO DELAWARE HASTING S PHARMACY sELaYvuLLE DELAWARE Prescrlphons Are Specual Phone 2I8I SOUTHERN STATES SUSSEX COOPERATIVE INCORPORATED R d y bl FRANKFORD DELAWARE MI DWAY MOTOR SALES New and Used Cars Phones Rodney 576I Mlllsboro 553 I DAGSBORO DELAWARE DUNREATH'S FLOWER SHOP DAGSBORO DELAWARE Flowers for All Occasions Cui' Flowers PoI'I'ed Planfs ' Dags oro-Omar Road I3 N. Bedford Sfreei RodneY 232' Tele e eorgefown 3 1 o ne 22 TINGLE SHEET METAL WORKS PouII'ry Equupmeni' and Repair Work H h SELBYVILLE DELAWARE JOES PAINT AND BODY SHOP Repairing Experi Pamhng Radlafors Repaured and Recored Sumomzmg Glass Insfalled Weldmg 24 Hour Wreclrer Servnce TELEPHONE 522I Compllmenis ELWOOD WORKMAN 81 SONS SHORTLEY DELAWARE GENE CORBETT SPORT LINES The Shores Leader In Sporis Eaf M SALISBURY MARYLAND JAMES E MURRAY Dealer In Corn and PouI1'ry L11-Ier Ph ne 208I GUMBORO DELAWARE CARMEL L COLLINS Dealer In Timber Sawdusf and Shavmgs GUMBORO DELAWARE Compllmenfs of SELBYVILLE MANUFACTURING CO. SELBYVILLE, DELAWARE TI 22II WATSON VAULT CO. Burial VauI+s Phone 208 I SELBYVILLE, DELAWARE I DuPon+ ig way Phone 6I3 - ' Wescoa+'s Corner Lawes, Delaware of ll I ' ll I 3I4 s ain Sfreef 0 I o C ee. 6123 8054, J' ISK- SALISBL RX RETAII ERS ASSOCIATION t BUY WITH CONFIDENCE WHERE YOU SEE THE ABOVE SYMBOL DISPLAYED Salusbury places of busuness shownng lhe above symbol have pledged lhemselves +o hugh elhucal sfandards They have pledged +o honor your palronage wn'rh full unders+andung of your needs and assure you lalrness and value In all your busuness wllh 'rhem You can buy wnfh confidence where you see 'rhe above symbol dusplayed nn Salusbury your happy Shoppunq Cnfy ll S 6' , E ,po 2 by :D Y ll-J 5' ,W O 2 El -'S BROWN P. THAWLEY INC. Refrigerafion Genuine Paris for All Machines MILFORD. DELAWARE Phone GA-2-8050 Phone GA-2-8059 LANADA BALLET THEATRE of Ihe EASTERN SHORE 308 Pine Sfreei Seaford, Delaware 4 P's of Posfure, Poise, Personalify PopuIari+y Ballef af ITS Finesf W. D. WILKINS D. W. WILKINS Complimenfs of MILFORD WHOLESALE GROCERY CO INC Pho e G 2 8002 8003 R e II3 MILFORD DELAWARE CompIimen+s of S SAUNDERS INC Jeweler and Ophclan MILFORD DELAWARE Phone Milford 2 56I7 WRIGHT PONTIAC INC A uarfer Cenru ry of Servuce MILFORD DELAWARE Phone GA 2 4586 KRAMER MFG CO MILTON DELAWARE ron Rals Phone 8632 or 7520 DONOVAN AN D BLACK Case Farm Equnpmeni' MILTON DELAWARE Phone 4282 8327 cf' fe K ,K qw' LLOYD F TRUITT INC A e M Ifo d e a PHONE 458I Ford Trac+ors Ford Equnpmeni' New Holland Equlpmenf Baughman Spreader Feed and Conveymg Equrpmeni' H. . , . O' O . . DuPon+ Boulevard n a. - - j ouf I I O I o " Q ' . ' ll R D I . ' l Park v nue i r , D I ware I ' Q ' 1 I ' ,-4? D 5 i' I' AI Z1 5 La ' 4 'NJ ' lrvm-4- - L , L. ,sv-0 "-1' T 'A 1 . .4 I .,, -L-3 144 I 1 s"1K ' . ,I .f'-' I 1. tl. " '4 ' Jw ' -4 . -a f -- I .'- 6.rjAx s .Q ----1 Y".v ,. MOORE S DRUG STORE Your Prescrrphon S+ore Moore Bldg REHOBOTH DELAWARE Phone 23II Complrmenfs of ARNOLD FURNITURE COMPANY uaIl+y Furmfure a+ Low Prices C RAY ARNOLD LENORA E ARNOLD 64Rhb+h Ae bh T h 7788 Compllmenfs ANGLER S RESTAURANT LEWES DELAWARE PHILLIPS ESSO STATION Free Pnckup and Dehvery Servnce REHOBOTH BEACH 8890 SPORT KRAFT INC LEWES DELAWARE Phone 788 I JOHN R DICKS AUTO REPAIRING Rehobofh Beach PHONE REHOBOTH 2I I I SUBURBAN PROPANE GAS CORP. Superior Dependable Economical Merered Gas Servrce Anywhere REHOBOTH BEACH DELAWARE Phone 333I I e o o v . Reho 0+ Beach, Delaware elep one of I Phone I LIGHTHOUSE RESTAURANT AT FENWICK ISLAND DELAWARE S+eaIc Lobs+er Seafood OPEN ALL YEAR ROUND DICKINSON 9988 LOUIS PLUMMER SPREADER TRUCK SERVICE Chscken Houses Cleaned Ph GA 24483 LINCOLN DELAWARE CONNORS PHARMACY Prescrlphons Our SpecuaI+y T 5 4 LAUREL DELAWARE Compllmenfs C C OLIPHANT 81 SON INC LAUREL DELAWARE Phone Tr 758I CHARLES N LAN DON Chucks Feeds and Seeds PHONE 75bI B LAUREL DELAWARE LAUREL Everyfhung 'ro Build Anyfhmg Shop Work a Specualfy 754 LAUREL DELAWARE THE TOWN SHOP The Smarf Shop or Smarf Women and ChnIdren LAUREL DELAWARE Phone 3833 O NEAL BROTHERS INC Con+rac+mg BulIdlng an Bulldmg Supplles Hardware Pam+s Ph TR 5 639 LAUREL DELAWARE Reservafions I I of Phone Roian -367 I 0 INC. BUILDING SUPPLY CO. P.O. ox 330 Phone I f Q o A I one . -3 NORMAN A WALLER TH WALLER STUDIO Professional Photography LAUREL DELAWARE Phone 3 I 86 Were Made of Cu S+ucho Senior Porfraifs in Jrhe MILLWHEEL NELSON T. SWAIN BUILDING SUPPLY The Lumber Yard on The Boulevard LUMBER MILLWORK HARDWARE Georgefown Delaware JAMES COWEN Plumbmg and Supplles Demmmg Wafer Pumps Pump Drlvmg TR 55278 GEORGETOWN DELAWARE WILLIAMS HATCHERY MILLSBORO DELAWARE Phone 60I I Van+ress Whufe Cross HENRY G GRAVES 81 SONS Cerhfled Transli' Muxed Concrefe Ma'rerlaIs for ConcreI'e and Masonry Work GEORGETOWN DELAWARE Phone Georgefown 2547 or MlII'on 8528 Mlllsboro 222I Berlin Maryland 7578 CONAWAY MOTORS Dodge Sumca and Dodge Trucks ON THE CIRCLE Sales and Service GEORGETOWN DELAWARE Phone 2539 2538 WILLIAM B ROGERS General Confracfor and Bullder Sldewall Roofung and AII'erahons Phone 7277 GEORGETOWN DELAWARE H -' INC. INC. 5 . Best Wishes to the Sensor Class of 1960 From the MILLSBOR0 LICNS CLUB new I fd L s Q, Q F1 "X f. 3-A sx Compllments ALEX TINGLE JR MILLSBORO TASTEE FREEZ DUPONT HIGHWAY T k M'lkh k MILLSBORO DELAWARE GEM HOSIERY MILLS Hoslery Lmgerle Blouses Sweafers GEORGETOWN DELAWARE P o 8 I 5 BALL THEATRE Mlllsboro Delaware RALPH C. MCCABES GROCERY MILLSBORO. DELAWARE Pho e 7974 NEHI BOTTLI NG COMPANY 420 S o H II Road SALISBURY. MARYLAND Cones of Sunclaes l1ic I s a es Delicious Hamburgers I ' f . ln ne i n w i I n l success H E WILLIAMS AND CGMPANY PHONE 3 From MILLSBORO, DELAWARE 344I CEDAR CROFT NURSING HOME CLYDE o. DOSS Specializing in +I1e Treafmeni' of +I1e Convalesceni' and CI'1ronicaIIy III MILLSBORO, DELAWARE PHONE 576I VICTOR B. BAKER Dls+ribuI'or SHELL HEATING OILS AND GASOLINE GOODYEAR TIRES TUBES BATTER Gumboro Delaware PHONE Day 255I NlgI1+ 245I LOANS FINANCING INSURANCE COUNTY LOAN COMPANY Millsboro Delaware Phone 269 I J EDWARD DERRICKSON Franchused Dealer RENAIRE FREEZER FOODS ' I' a L 'JCI MlIIsIooro 7060 MIKE'S GROCERIES Groceries and Fresh Mears SUBS AMOCO Gas and OII IES e.-5.i-eagle: -- E, Millsboro 79I7 egfen G RactQ,e Zudlwzleanlng rev gay LE GRANDE FOOD STORE H J Sledman LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING MEATS GROCERIES VEGETABLES Mlllsboro Delaware 2 5 THIS IS A HOME OWNED STORE Compllmen+s of SNOW WHITE Phone Mlllsboro 245 I The Senior Class of Millsboro School fhanlcs fhe PATRONS of fhe communi+y for +heir suppori' Through Adverfismg in The Millwheel. , U fy 4 QA D 45 ' ff 1 A ' Y f 7 Q ' 'W A DZTQV ' , l l Complumenis of MILLSBORO TRUST COMPANY J REESE WHITE P d I ELISHA A STEELE E e 'I e Vce Pres denf a d Cashe Telephone 3I6I MlIIsboro Delaware MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Compllmenfs of FRI EN D Compllmenfs SHORT'S SALES AND SERVICE Oak Orchard MILLSBORO, DELAWARE BEST POLICY AT ALL TIMES Life Insurance Excluslvely 1-4 WILLIAM A CARTER Mnllsboro 7534 BEST POLICY AT ALL TIMES PERSONAL AND BUSINESS ESTATE PLANNING 1: t?jxx . , resi en . , x cu iv I I n I r -74 I. . It 6 5 .3 F 2 '53 fL J " f ' 3 IQ :Q J, I I . 9 ' A I of - BRITTINGHAMGWILLIAMS General Insurance Service MILLSBORO DELAWARE Phone 354 I JOHN ROGERS, SR. General Confrador and Builder Cemenl' Block Laying ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE LAYING MILLSBORO DELAWARE PHONE 4 CompIlmen+s of FORD V WARRI NGTON LAUREL DELAWARE JOE S I'II WAY MARKET I2 Mile Sou'rh of Mlllsboro GROCERIES MEATS PAINTS Open Weekdays 7 am +o 9 pm Sunday 9 a for +he Publc Con e e ce Would Apprecia+e Your Pafronage Phone Mlllsboro 6I2I A E MOORE Wholesale Dlsfrlbufor CONFECTIONS LFGOCSUPPLES FOUNTAIN AND 9 i Phone 6I I I MILLSBORO DELAWARE JACK S MARKET on +he Corner in +he Cen+er of Mlllsboro Buy If by I'I1e Gallon , ian f J 0 .m. i v ni n . . I 0 ' SCHOOL SUPPUES LEwEs DAIRY PRODUCTS 1 4- L I I , FOOTBALL SUMMARY Icontinued from page 792 One of the most exciting of the season's encounters was the North Caroline battle. Two first period touchdowns put the Blue Devils out in front 13-O. How- ever, the Caroline Bulldogs struck back in the third quarter to cut the margin to 13-12. Stung by this action, the Blue Devils exhibited some of their finest brand of ball witnessed all season in rolling to two final period TD's and a 25-12 victory. The next two games were adding machine affairs as Billy Baker, Ron Wootten, Eddie Messick, and Alton Scott went touchdown happy. Scoring 82 points, the Blue Devils hopelessly out-classed weak North Dorchester and Shelbyville teams by 39-O and 43-O. The highlight of the Selbyville game was the successful effort of Herm fthe toej Rogers in kicking a field goal-the first of the year in the State of Delaware. The big game of the season was the Bridgeville encounter. The Mustangs of Bridgeville, undefeated in Conference play, needed a win to clinch the title and the Blue Devils, with an upset, could earn a tie with Bridgeville and Rehoboth for the championship. In a bruising, bone-jarring battle appeared a massive move- ment of shadowy figures in the London-type fog that engulfed Millsboro that evening. Outweighed severely, the Blue Devils nonetheless staged a valiant strug- gle and the Mustangs were hard-pressed to triumph by a 13-6 count. The Thanksgiving Eve finale against the Bears from John M. Clayton, the tradi- tional rivalry in which previous results are supposedly ignored, was a glorious climax to a fine 6-2 season. Striking hard, fast, and often, the Blue Devils rolled to an easy 39-7 win and retention of the trophy for the third consecutive year. To single out players for honors is a difficult project, particularly when a team is well-balanced and team effort was the dominant theme. However, five Blue Devil gridders were choices for All-Conference. Bill Baker, fifth high scorer in the state, Alton Scott at end, and Joe Lofland at tackle were selected on the first team and Phil Messick and Pete Dukes were picked at tackle on the second team. These selections were made possible by the fine support these boys had from teammates such as John Kline, Herm Rogers, Josh Messick, Buck Godwin, Jim Johnson, Eddie Messick, Zeke McCabe and the able quarterbacking of Ron Woot- ten, felt by many to be one of the shore's finest quarterbacks. The fine coaching of Coaches Shields, Lawson and Bailes, the support and en- thusiasm of the student body fthe twelfth man on the fieldj, coupled with the desire to win has lifted Millsboro to new heights of football fever. With 92 candi- dates signed to report next fall, the football prospects at M.H.S. seem unlimited. GO, DEVlLS, GO! I Complimenis of C0mPIImel1'fS DR A L CZEBOTARI Mn.LsBoRo DELAWARE G Friend MIDDLESEX BUILDING AND ROOFING ROSALIES BEAUTY SHOP SUPPLY Carries a CompIe+e Lme of k REVELON PRODUCTS OUI' E Y Y PHONE 575i T0 GREATER VALUES MILLSBORO DELAWARE Has +I1e Answers MILLSBORO DELAWARE . . . of For Your Building and Roofing Needs - ..,,,,," . .IA . .'1..fwf.. h- ' V W nf"Vf7', J'-gang 4. , . , , .. 1 if fb- ps., lie Ccontinued from page 1005 GENE WHARTON, the best looking Senior, Around the girls creates a big fussg BARBARA HARDING is always on the move And we didn't know how long she'd be with us. FRED HUDSON and DONALD PUSEY Are never ones to brag, But good farrners are they both As well as excellent workers in Ag. Good luck in the future, and work hard At all you try to dog This Heathman Trophy winner PAUL GERMAN Sends to all of you. Next is our student from Denmark And this we proudly say ln our hearts you're thought of ln a special sort of way. 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