Montgomery Blair High School - Silverlogue Yearbook (Silver Spring, MD)

 - Class of 1953

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W: 'fvii' '-f , 'I 7.' an ' pc. '55 , ,r :E iii? H .b ,Q f 1112, .. 4 2555 e 'U 55,52 Fi - :ff iilf iff. Egflx ,512 . .V V . ,. - ,- .- .. V..-, .H .... , , ., .. , V ,, , ,,,,. .. . , T, I , ,.--., - -A -- f '-1 .,. . ..,- - K , ' ww NK W 'Y " N L 1 Q- .3sPf2wQ'6?3i'3 K E.f, Law A: X' W-rs..-azw+3aiC'x',EcE1'!'9?"T. "..1Tfi'1iQQ:1"'-'PwR2'f'?1"-'-i'7F'E,2".Q.2," 'wad A . , ix . . . . ,, 4 N .V ' " - -4 - - r J F5 - , 4, 2 D-1. 5 kix . ?g,, T 3. eff ii . U' , ':1 - N Ein? ' , ' f C . Qi , S22 A 1 iqvl ru if b . E? Lf: H71 ,ft 64 . 1 , V. uf, 4 if we P LZ ya: f ",f"':jfqjvp - -. wr, :fy if WX ,Manu 'VN vu, ir' g .',',.:4M. ff . Wkax 3 .5 gif? 1 gif H ME R T ! WONT! AN! A Q M,,w.w' ' . L il.- ,' "U E 5 i ' .1 5 f! f L' 2 3 j 5 f 4' W A 5 1 ,Yn Ah M U gf W M f A ': w1- Mx, 1 - ,f ' l 3 .5 ,.,-4 ',,-- -, . . ff 's I L, -T ,, ,. LI-Awww U .am , f A Z4 ...faux ml 9' 4' I' ,, ,if " ,f My V,' , L 1 ,fight 4 I f V V, :gl WW, ,. ,A , Y 1 af' -.VP9 ,f t 'IQ Q,.. I V J . V, N 9 ,251 , T, 1 F 2 5' 3 , . v s fy I jf'f Z ii ,iw X "1' 1 L ,f 1 "iffy ,,vf""Y'! n"'m ,f ,...A""" -v4 I . " 1? K LJ F X I .. -F- in ' N J ' V A ' f I -1 I Z ,sq 'Tr -nfs ' ,Q gf A-,. x,-asf"-fix.-. ."'f"' ' rigxawwp nm? s ,Ak ,. L Liw' v -.iff , , ,'- 5 "In ,MQ-' K , X 1 h .Q .:a,5Qf.""Fg .- "Fai 6, ,'.' X" 4 A' " ' . -' ' 'NK lk' " k"u.if4-Elf. - ' L ,iff K' i.fi"... .An 5 t V -J' " '-J, 5--"Aisle -- x-Q51 , . ' . By old Sligo! winding w aters . . . smoziei figs Jlflsfocfisf . . . Each erson lives with musie in his ears . . . and memories in his heart. P The melodies are :OOII memorieb that lieeome more treasured with each parsing year. Here in this hook are the memories that the strains of your Alma Mater will some day luring hack . . 4 cgi dworzfgomszy Bfczifz flfbfi C765 CSf00!02f0 - - 6-70 M20 Q00-0. - - - U53 5401201 Eziggf - - Q01 U50 9500, f3aL0Ef - - U65 55010 of 90,00 - - 040!001fz00m02f0 - - - - - C74 400014 of dlflsnzoziza - - 6 54 Q8 734 156 7 77 15 7 Ufy Cgifucfenfi Crowded memories of Blair . . . Hurried ll0Ill6I'00Il1S . . . Um:-wuy stairs aml jovial crowds . . . filacking typewriters in "li" liuilclingz . . . Fumes from the Cllf?I1liSll'y labs . . . T minute rusll from "A" tu HIV' building . . . lIllC1'VCflillgI "emergency" zirirmuriceinezits . . . Short pf-riucls on C svlierlule , . . Xfiisrt :mel confusion at 3:30 . . . 'lilw memories Crowded by . . . 1TlCITl01'lK'S like melodies. -X 1'-Q.. 1 M, 'rw X mf , I 5 P :IN 11' mf' m pf , if 5, 1 L ,m:nm.. Lplg Y ,ff .A R , is, .ali-. VA i , 1- 1 !,QgA I LSC! ills... -,nm . DARYL W. SHAW, BS. Ed., BI. Ed.g Principal. A phone call occupies a portion of Mr. Shaw's busy day. The decisions. worries, and difficul- ties that developed through the mass enrollment of 1636 students in five buildings was overisnelming. Often the decisions involved in keeping both buildings and students running smooth- ly from September to June passed un- noticed. unheralded or unduly criti- cized. All this and more was borne yearly by the interested administration. MARI.-XX L. SCHWARTZ. BS., 31.5.1 Vice- Prinfipaf, Superizisor of Instruction. ALLAN F. YOGT, BS.. 51.54 Vli!'6-Ilfl-HCUIUI. Ou fare ipafianf Records, more records, and then rec- ords in duplicate! Somehow order was always maintained by the office staff. This year, in the brand-new, sound-proof of- fices, the job was a little more pleasant with the new modern equipment. Around that nucleus in HA" building all the sched- ules and activities of Blair and you revolv- ed. ' lgq g,. tupperl: Such a system! Mrs. North and Patsy Kearney checked through the records at an orderly desk. "Can l haxe an excuse?" "ls this lost and found?" Jeanne Brodie, Hubert Shorb, and Nels Morgan popped ques- tions at Mrs. Duey and Mrs. Whitcomb. LOUISE C. DFQEY, Secrelary ALICE D. NORTH. Registrar MARY F. WIIITCOBIB. Secretary. fc 4th , 3 H.. ffl 47' LUCILLE D. APPLEBY, B.A., Bl.A.g Eleventh Grade Guidance: Inter-School Relations Committee. ROBERT C. HENLEY, BS., M.Ed.g Tenth Grade Guidanceg lnter-School Relations, Welcoming Committee, Hunting you guided . . . From the bewildering sched- ule of the Sophomore to that puzzling question of what col- lege for the Senior - there were problems! Some easy, some complicated, but each speedily solved, then smiles re- placed frowns. The newly sit- uated guidance department was there to help you . . . and it did. x .lf A4-, 3-'fi Sw ix i and Fishing Club. ELIZABETH C. MACDONALD, BS. MA.: College Counseling. ROBERT T. ZIMMER- MAN. BS.. Nl.S.g Twelth Grade Guidanceg Algebra: Student Government Adviser. luis, Around the corner from Guidance waited David Gilliland, David Bath, .lean Davis. Mary Ann Thren, Alice Johnson, .lean Cline, and .lerry Bedo. But I just hase to find the right college! Liz Boggs and Judy Shapiro faced Mrs. Mac- donald and awaited a solution. nc! you CUZEC! 907, 1. 51 ' -' 0 . 3' i .K i W2 ! Qs! 1 V . l J I . 'se 9 o ' RL , X V , affix A tx if V2 J . 1 l.'11 liifai' A physical checkup for the football heroes included this "weighty problem" for Dr. Farnell, Allan Frf-as. Bill Turner. Ne-rl Mur- phy, and Ronnie Nlcplu-rson. You felt bad! Your head ached! You were in need of an aspirin! There was a minor accident. While dissecting frogs in biology, you found that your blood was red! Questions! and each one solved easily by the efficient and sympathetic head of the health department - Miss Foley. A patching job was done by Miss Foley on Jeanne Ulanow, while Jeanne Coffman watched pf-nsiv:-ly. 1+i?,?e-55 JITLIA C. FOLEY, RN. 13.5.5 Health Advisrfrg Fu ture Doctor and Nurses Club. ',,.1v' .43 .,+ at - .4 -wrwff' 'OA lfI.IXXIllf'l'll F'I'IiIKl.FY. lit.. XI.X.. Xl.l..5.: l.llIl'ltI'1L1tt1 l.1lit'LiYf flnlt. ,lll.lX 4. XRIIXXNIAA. lib.. NIA.: H.--I-tirtli-l.i' lvrarian. 'lio you It-ll the task of reportingr on Sliaik4-spe-4111-'s life. or finding the meaning: of syzygy. or even Holm!! tht- writing of a researm-li papa-i'. lfor aid. you turned to lllairis own hook Collection and found that this if-ar a lmrand-new rooni filled with written knowledge waited to serve you. Thr- seniors were thrilled with their own cozy corner. hut all Blair w as pleased with and proud of the newg vastlr brary. ""' , 1 V r 'N X jane- Irving and Sallee Corzine lt-ft the library with liookl nnv dvr Ihvir arrnf Ulu-cke-tl out by Pat Mcllalv and Ellen Hogs-rx. U55 jfnowfscfga of fga 64951 Shhhi 'lihow la-I niinlltef of -tndy in tht- morning rwniirt-tl uoriwri- tration. i2 cz omflufscf Qozm , fav' ' G-32 1 A f 493 , if 'f A WP Q my ll l 1 1 L 'L Sl'5.XN lf. rllll. lift.: Plane tl:-ornvftry, Trigonometry: lon mmf Xldth BI-RNIQE F NlXLLfXfK B X Nl Fd .f Ifhairnlan of Nlath Department. ELLIS G. tll.lNlE. BS.. Nl..-X.: elira Ylono ram fommlttff GLY Wll EX R IS 5 .-Xlgvlura. ffomme-rcial Blathg Rf-fre-slim-r Nlathg Senior Class Xlgfhra 'lpplierl Mathematics .-Mlwisvr, ROISHRTA KEITER. BS.. M.,-X.: Plane- Geometry. A few years ago the ancient mathematical knowledge of the lfgyptians and that of Euclid was to you no more than strange figures in a book put there to confuse. Nevertheless. the formula of stucly-plus paid off with the right solutions. Figuratively speaking, algebra, geometry and trig weren't so bad after all, .ii N be V,' fi. ll Future Physicists Experimvnted with Liquid Buoyancy. Left to right: John McGill. Margarvt Andrus, Emflrick Toth. Dick Dale, and Frank Brasinglon. oz fgs Aicisnfi ic. Y' J. L If 4, Z .1 , if ' , lg! is ?. .', 4 1 11 ? 19' HAROLD XI. HORN, BS. NI. Fd.: Phys- ics: Chairman of Svivncv Dvpartmvnt. SUSAN E. BOYFR. BA.. NIA.: Biology Biology Club. EDWARD J. FOX. JR., BA., M..-X.: Chemistry. Plane- Cwonwlry Order Conunittvv. Danna ifornniittf-ca During: Biology. Boh Nlvrone-y pointf-fi out ' rho fiiamflnt uliiif- janv lrxiug and Su-an E Matlison took not'-s. , V' N .. ...rw A , X, Q I 5- N 'rf Q x :x .f' N 1 ' I as s y ,X I 'av , Q-Y - - ' 'nn T1 I'l'i'I'I'iR ll.XNI5'I'I'iXlI. II.-X.. NIA.: I.IlI'tIll-iff. Biology. IfI.- lnall I.fI.!l'lI. 'lllllilllk l.liN'INIE. HX.: Biology: NI1-nograna I.li I.. Kl'.I'iYI'i. IIN.. NI.I'fvl.: fihv-mietry. I.on-urnvr Sl'It'IIf"'. tionnnitt'-v. XIXHIQXRIZI If. NIl'l'IfIllfI.I.. Iii: Iiiology. 5'I'XYI.liY R. KIIAKUXXSKI. HK.. XIX.: lnl y liao-- You knew it the night beforeg the morning after faced with a test. you for- got it. All knowledge of paranieciuln, pho- N.. tosynthesis, planarizl, or the balancing of , N fig equations like 2.-Xl-6IlCl 2:Xl til., ISHQ.. I "t '- vaporized like a chemical reaction. Neyer- theless. you gained a definite understand- ing of the natural world ahoye. below, and around you: you mastered the Science course. M N I 2' J O. ' I N '-. .inuiox 1+-rnw in a lmox we-re uni 1-r the vu ' U' it" H onipyon. Roger Lzlwxon. and Fuxun flnnippwr. The biology Claw peerf-tl at microbes. I.vft Io right. rou' I: .Klan Smith. Fharon Nlvlif-rilie. Roland Bell. Ron' 23 tflarvnve NIC Kr-nzie. Barry Weir- it-li. Iiill Bright. Xdllff' Aholin. Lutz Nll'lllL'Nl'f- 5 ou 572055, ou .fiafsrza Q. AM L I 1111 1,111 IN11. yyoou, 111.. 11.1.1 1111111111 171111110 fp.-11+ 1, 111x111 111 11 I . . .1 11gl11N111 g11Xl'F U11111. 11011111 lllgll 1.11L111'111z111 of 1'.I1g11lN11 111'lP1lI'1IIl4'Il1, H1111 X. 1..X1.- IUX11.. 1'.11g11-113 x11Xt'T1'1lll11, H1111 1.. 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This year the productions, Arsenic and Old Lace, lSenior Class play 9 , the Christ- mas, Spring, and Children's school plays were acted by well chosen Casts. Masters of a mammoth canvas. Bob Seaman, 'Penny Beyer. Alden Faulkner, Sue McGowan. Mary Lou Mull, Tom Johnson. and John Thoman super- vised the painting of the Senior Play scenery. i .9 if .9 1, ' f M J ,ur .J if 4 , ,N 3,357 , wg 'quiz l lfdaf 3 lbw- flrarnatu' ple-n wg. f,4m,1,-n Frazier lllllb lill5IN. lib.. NIA.: English. 5:-nior Class Play. Cbri-tnias Show. Spring Play. lfbilrlrvn ,'XssexnlJly. 'flu-alvr. Drarnatim Yarn-ty ""sF'. fr y- vs- -s 1---t..-f1 --4 Dramalics Club. Left lo right, Iourer, row l: R. Lawton. K. lirunstellf-r. BI. Lar-on, Bl. Giddings, J. Funkg rou' 2: J. Myers, B. Goodell, B. Yates, G. Croce. l8 lzl 1--punul no pr:-wntn prnlilvniax para 1-Ntz' vnartv-to ulf-gr:-. '5lIillllNll pre--1-ntf-il nu prulzlwinx for thi4 happy quartz-IJ lm!! fn riglzlz jiin llvaiillw-. 'llie-lniu Wolfrf-y, Nliirk ,lnne--. Nlairilyn Swaffnril. 'liln-Nu' Fr:-nr-li "5lFwC' le-arm-il to -'IJ3flf'L-X0llh.u Left I0 right: Bill fiooili-ll. Carol Chase, Andy Conn, Judy l.n-vin. Martha Kicking. Stufli-ham. Stucl5hz1s. Stucl5bat tluatinl. Yes you stuclimll Latin. From-h. and Spanish. all gave you a tunggli work-out with grannnar anrl vocabulary. ln favt you grew strongly in favor of the estab- lishnn-nt of English as an internatimial language. :X language' class sm-ial evening meant Spanish Qiirliilarlus. serxerl :it the Rin Cranrle. nr foreign films at the EIlllJ3SSlt'i. i X sk sq X S 'QL Gqnc! in Qfoliaf Bioffiazgoocf. lllflxl. ll. IIRXI l. ll.X.g l.L.lllI11 l'ra+-my ,Xrge-iilviis. Lhair- Nprinixli. NIXRX l.. Nl--I Xllllll ll.qX.. Nil-.1l.1 lrvnvli. :nun uf l"4frv'igii l.in:ugigv- llv'p.irInir-nl, liflilllilx ,lUl'lN9- Npunixhq lil'-I-riiin if-iininilIv'v', lilitiirq- Tr-am'lir'r- uf Xlllfl'-L'L1. IHX, hi.. Nllnl.: l..nin. l.ngli-li. IRIN l., NIXSFI-J. HA.: Xl llllll l ll'll l' ll X XIX I ralllxlll liariviy Show. "sv 7' - Rv 'Y U65 .f auf cqwagans . . . A Qs fu. ' ALMA-X E. IMXIIJSUN. lin-X.. NI.,-X.: lf. liismryz Illmairman of Sm-ial 54-is-nw Dvpart- A ment. Silwrlogur, Roll:-r-. WlI.l.l:XNl G, I3MlN.Xl.L. BU-X.. NLF.: Xxvfifhl Hi-tory. Conmrllf-r I'i!il1L'iiIi0Tl. Human R1'lElliUI14. .-XI,l5lfR'Ii CH.-XK XN, Iii.. Mini.: lfixiw Human Hr-lationf, Wurlml Hi-tory. R08 AX, DIC I.-XIYIJER. l3.,'X,. N1.X.g VF. Ilixlnrvz . Major:-tts-N. C0I1f't'NNiUIlN. Fquarv DLiIlA'4'. IHQRUICKT W. DOINLIC. KX.. XIX.: WOTH Hixtory. l":CUI'luIllil' lQr'ngl'apl1y: I'-LiL'lIlIj Nlanuge-r of Xtlllvtia--. Foutlvall f,U1.l1ll. Nl-XRH D. ENRlllIl'I'. ILX.. NIA.: lfi llixlury, l':llTUIH'L1I1 Hixtoryg ,lunifrr Cla-N SIHIII-UT. A study of world geographies with Claudia Du- UU! P' K' vall, Nancy Wralhall. and Carmim- Q g, 'I Y A 1 ,kim , , Irmrio. A Q6- -tb 953 'I 301-0 ,Aww .4 ui' . , .. . , ,. -, ',f,', ,C' , .. ,s , ilnisrgiiri cg ituxi.. Bs. yrs.: i s. iimfi-. W ' spa'..iNii'. s.-mr '+L-n.i.-m,. L. ixixxxnii llnulish. Hailio Progrrain. Vyll.l,lXXl ll. lillUlJl'Q'. ll.X.. NIE-l.: F1-nior l,FUlDlf'lIt-1 lli- XIXHKF. ll.X.. Xl.X.. Nlliil.: Fr-nior l'rohlv'in-1 rwtor of Xttr-inluiiw-. junior Ni-wniun lflnli. llrill 'IVuin. VH 'tliI.lfF I.. I'lliR4,li. BA.. XIA.: ' lhe- yoir-vs flronf-cl on arounfl you, but you we-re trznisfixml with 1'lI'!'ZlIllS of it glorious past. History' lin-fl oiimr ugainl You stoofl with Cassius in the senate. fought the Turks with the Crusaders, and sails-rl the rlangvrous seas with the inun, Coluinlrus. Thr-n. the hackground of your own goxcrnnicnt and its lutvst rnaiivuu-rings wcra- inaflv clvurcr and more unilcrslamlahle. cuz qgufwzs. lJi,l you liztppvn to strc liluifs pane-l discussion on ilfx. lust U1-tohf-r'f Nlziyhc you wvrz- one of the inuny who slain-rl he-hinfl the- sc-cnf-s on that projm-vt. l'i-r- haps later in the year you workeal to achieye honors in the D..-X.li. Citizenship and the L'.N. contests. ilihrough thc- history' courses at Blair. the world gave hi-r past to you in thc- present so that you could live in thc- futurv. illaini- in thi- Nr-w World wi-re rvtraced hy lfdyt- Rohr-rts. with snug---tions from Nlurilyn Flux-I anfl Dan Fullinv-r. yon' wttfirf was that topic? Sue Weaver. Mull gulf.-ld. Y.-rnon Turner. and Mary Hull! uurriml on a svarvh. own aa ffia qfyozfcf. . . 012350, fx 6 , gi , J' A , - . his av x N., 'iv I CATHERINE NI. XCKERMAN. BS.: Shorthand: Chairman of Cmnmvrcial Dr-partmvnt. Faculty Tn-asurer. :X-si-tant Fvnior ,Mlvifv-r. Chairman of Va- rivty Show Finanvial l1IlllllI'liHQ'!'. IIUXKLIJ Nl. AXI,llXNl'l'0. BS.. NI. ELI.: EI:-mvnlary Ihnfim-W. Pvr-una! Typingx. B11-inf-fx Law: Way- ami Nlwan- lfommittve of Stull:-nl ffuunvil. llollhairman Adult Emllwaliml. FRANCES A. ANDREWS. BS.: Typingg Caro We-lfarf' Committee. agsldkfjgh, - Oh. lhow exffrvisc-fl lst. rozcg Morton Svlar. Rivllanl Mason. 1,4-str-r Olingn-r. 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You, whose music filled the halls, both school and eoncertg you who won honors for Blair in state and inter-state fieldsg you were the ones who found joy in melody. Were you in Harmony, girls? Left to right: Roh:-rta Thorley. Laura Looney. Judy Hummel. and Margie Persion. The- lritllf- Toot- were ,lake llvniinggway. Susan Vlulke-r. Iom Lirkis. Mary .xlll'2lll11I1lN4'Il. l'r:-il Pfafinan. and flrarly Dor-e-tl. 1, II.1111I1 Nllll .1 Il 1111. l.1f1 In r1ul1l1 X111.1 Nl.11'111.111-I. 4.11--I P11111-ll, 111111 Ilurl- lir11111I1-11 omsific. U1 ll HIC me .111 xe N Q 5 5 1 . 5 21111111.11 f.1-1111111 51111115 mu 111.t txw more IOQ x Il . , 1 fs 1 1 11111111 111 X41 Chfbifxfl Carevr. but all 5131111341 an o11111Jrt1111- lty for l1'ar11i11g and praCtiQi11g 1111'1der11 trend-. LOLYIFE V. IIXRXIUN. UF.. NIA.: Hr1111f1 .Xrtxz lxl 11.5.1 H--111v ,XYZ-. 1 N . 1 W+1rk111.111. 5111111-x Hmm .1111i lllmlyx 41.1-vf f,i1.11r111.111 1-f H11111'1 Nfl- Dr,-p.111111f11t. Puturf- H0111f'111V1iv'r- --f X111"1'11.1. NIXRY I.. IW KHN- SUN. ISF.: H11111.- X11-. P1I.If,XI3Ii'I'Il DOXXL' r 'N N. 1 Q.: "' 'N' 'Qc-X ' A WN Vw -5 1 ,' , 1 Konami' r. x1,xei51ni:. is..-x.. nm.. fam i V tv' QUE? 'A el .fl ing: Rifle Teani, CQl55Y lf. SXNW Nall.: Ilriwr Training. ."" .1 Befiinc! fge Flflfkisef Mr. Maguire gave the crankshaft an "owrl1anling" for the benefit of Dorothy Clarke and Joyce Tereshenko. lanla liilson was Tlillll to go . . ln The gray Chevrolet complete with the warning, "Caution" in the rear, lurched along Sligo Creek. You were learning to drive! By beginning with the engine in skeleton form and thus Mbuilding the carw you were able to understand the mysteries beneath the hood. Behind the wheel you developed skill in, as well as a safe, cour- teous, and intelligent attitude toward driv- ing. Happy motoring! . DL M? 4,,T,p:.- K ' f '- if! SC'G15?f?.f - - .. , f l YF e it ' -' ' il- " E 373 bfi -fi? ' e - r f 1 . i 3 A"Jf' " " " fiiwi ' - - f T Vi. 'H-f .ig a W fum . e , i ffli. f ff L ..C1ff-fit , 'ge' l Q , J is .y ' Cm Skill crm' ' V - Q A"-an 1 N 1 .---. 'B4 '-'ri d' l A' ' ,Q ., P-'Bl f ,. I n-ay r f -QZE X fag Iv xx Lv! it-1' ,i QW ' - '-.4 i I -iw - ' WL-I -f -p . . 1 f u llolv wa- 21 litrli- wary of the -' ual Wlith airbrush in hand, you re- vealed your Creative ability for Silver Quill's illustrations. Your chalk, charcoal, paint. and pencil creations filled the hall bulletin boards with masterpieces from modern art to portrait sketches. And wasn't it fun when you spread Halloween spooks and pumkins on Silver Spring Win- dows? True, it was messy' and sometimes at crucial moments. you wondered what had suddenly' happened to the soap and towels. Artists lfrr-ated. Lorrie lmlloy helped Cynthia Ferrell touch-up the whit'- stallion. PAYE SIIHRRY. BA.: Art: Ilhairnian of ,Xrt ll--parlment. Ari Club. Art sponsor nf Filwr Quill. Variety Show. ANN Y. KEEFE, B.A.g Art. as Q9 "Why? 'LHow come., "How does it work?" The practical answer for such curious minds was supplied hy the ln- dustrial Arts program which also gave you the opportunity to work with your hands. Those Variety Show programs, printed notices. and some equipment for Blair, all came from your own classrooms in the shop building. Each item bore the mark- ings of meticulous labor and pride in quality. :X smooth jolt was done in Wood Shop hy Fam Rt-dd. Berry Martin. Delmar Furlow. Holm-rt Ward. and George Dt-mas. 4 clutter of wires and tubes never phased Ralph Sherman, Avon Chisholm, Spencer Goldstein and Frank Brasington. CI ,pf , ...fit Ar" Affsn- PAIWL E. FTEICNHR. BS.. M..-X.: lfhairman of Industrial Arts Department: Yocational Industrial Arts. RUBICKI' F, FIORANIONTI. BS.: Wood Working. AI.lll-QKI' tl, HOR- ILL. BS.: Printing: Graphic Art Club. be , 'sl W.. T M1-f-hunival llruwinu Dlunx we-rv drawn UP IPB BM' hunaily' NNN muff 04124 of jncfuaffziaf 9310 zen. With uw-Iylr-ru' lurvh ami -ul1lv-ring irnn Ill lluml xml -vt nut In uv-H 11-sw-llw. lmlf ru rrghl: livin- Kult. Ihmrnllnx l.I.1rlv. Jmly H,-axlvy. Pill. H. HXRFNIXN. lib.: I'.lv'1'lI'lIIl- iw 5IlV'IlI Yixllgil Kill-. I-'RXNLIN If. IIHHIIPXY. H54 M-111-1411 Iullu-Iri.1l Nr!-. XHfKl.If If. XXL. Ili.: lnllw.-lrigll null YHl'i1li4'IlLll .XrIN. XMWI Flmpg .I"vf'lr'N 4.111131 Vdlkirmg Int 4fummiIIfe-. I-IKYFYI' If. Rllulmklx Ili.. Nf.lwl.: XI'l!1.iIllf.il Ur.mir1:1'lfllruifll-.11x1. Wwlub grxg-FA 111111. 'Af'-IX If-mlm!! v'-'. Xlxlll XM- l lub. X- Lix ,-.--- 4 . unll jm- Thomp-on. Dx Cana: 'I if Q- f" A lvi iigw . ' it y 1' .4 T 1 k I ll A' RENO A. CONTlNl'fTTl. BS.: Physiral Eclurationg Head tfoavh of Football Chairman of Boyl Physical Education Department. DAVID I.. tlARR:X5C0. B.S.g Physical Efluvation. Health: Basketball Coarh. EDWPXRIJ P. Rl-IIDER. B.S., M.A.g Physical Education, Health: Track Coach, Varsity Bavkfivlml Coach, .lunior Yarsity Coach. "Une-two-three-four. one-two-three -four. Now, step on it you guys for the mile runf, After warming up with calisthenics. which all sports- happy boys just love. you spent gym periods working with the seasonal sports. September started football and soccerg the Christmas season brought basketballg and spring days offered track or baseball. Through the year, the shower always awaited your return. You were taught sportsmanship and fairness - both are points scored when judging youthful citi- zens. ou aaa! fga Ugaffelz 5 . . . A rough try for a goal was made on the socrer field. Df Supa zfi. Remember that lost gym shoe? ,Xml the troublesome footbaths anrl gzlassguarcls you coiiyenif-ritly forgot? Y Uh, you had your problems. But each day' you had the chance to cle- yelop a little physically. soc-ially. mentally. and emotionally. Hut from hockey in the full. to springs soft- ball - it was just plain fun. "lf that povwlvr girls on my -kirt. , . . lizirliuru Mrtlulluli anil ptrla Faunllerson XNilllllP'1l murily ai- Varol Xtzillwr untl Llilot- lluuill "flu-If-rl." V , - . " I ,A , . t K lx t- A. l 1 Cym pow-now was called to order first pe-riotl. , . JUNI2 E. I,ll'l't. li.-X., Mft.: Vliy-iwul Kilti- Cation. llygir-nc-1 llhairmun of Cirl's Phys- ical Efluration Dvpurtniwnt. Studi-nt Planning Cornmittee' of the Girls Pliysival l'iflllf'i:lIlOIl Department. Yurivty Fliow. ,Il'.tN fl. BXK4 ER. lint.: l'liysi1-al l'l4lll4'11Il1Ilt. llygi:-iii-1 ln- tramurals. Girl! "B" Club. KQIJENORE H. DETWILER. Bi.: Pliysical litlucation, x l s,' f 'gag X ww- '33 .3 6 1 QS? 11-J X if S X surwy of tht- IH1'I'C'll3DfllH4' with Mr. Frezllaml. he-fore a ealf- hy C-lf'Yk UPN- Hill u1l'Tl1t'VV'r Wftflx I'll"'l UI' irlt-y Stro-ni4IQ-r or Hunt:-r ll:-life-I. xc-ying: oflitw-, ou ouggf C-your ic 5 '5 sf I xi gi, Xvantedc One student to work on the job while attending: Blair on the Uiversifiecl Uccupations Pro- gram. You at-Ceptetl tht- position. gained all the lvenefits of on-the- job training anal fouml the vocat- tion in which you were happiest and most successful. LLIL0 C. 1,l,XlNIliNl'-5. BA.: Diver- -ified 0l't'llIJ8lll'JllN2 Director of Work lfxpe-ri:-nw' Program. JOHN Xl, MAC- H,-XLE. JR.. BA.. NIA.: Engligh. Di- ver-ifio-tl Ovcupation-: Fehool Store. ROBERT H. RISK. BS.. NI.Fd.: Eng- li-h. lliu-reifivrl Umrllpalion-. . . . And then the big had vsolf ate him upfq Carol Rogers eniployml he-r .tory tellin, talent. at a nur ery .,chool. 5 ua VN "i 4 1 5 sh' af? -1' I 'it... ,f W, we Aulifl' . gh. df-.M The busy cooks that turned out many a hot meal. Left to right around the lable: Dolly Sl0lif'S. Dorothy Deter. Elizabeth We-ave-r, Ella Hardesty. Barbara lloward. Hazel Parks, Doris Street. om im: 04 Ufacuz .Bfaiz After the 3:30 bell had rung, all activity did not cease, in fact, for some it had just be- gun. There were rooms to he cleaned, windows to he washed, baskets to be emptied, and paper airplanes to be swept out. The cafeteria staff supplied food in mass Ah hal The mast'-f switch! The difference between light and dark was well understood hy John Pauline. Frank Spencer. and Wil- liam Hill. They kept a little light on the suhieut. That was Clark Snowden on the left. then .lo-ffpll Johnson. and Richard Loxe. Pb:-.N production for three periods for hungry students, which was both nutritious and delicious. Wheth- er or not you ever considered them, these be- hind-the-seenes workers were important to keep Blair operating. U -A .k. ii f -'J'-ee' -g ,fa 5 U55 1 ECL 'Zi Yearly memories of Blair . . . The con- fused sophomores . . . Lockers loaded with items missing from September un- til ,lune . . . Plans for the coming week- end . . . The worried juniors . . . Small talk between classes . . . Cushing foun- tain pens at crucial moments . . . Old and new faces . . . The stately seniors . . . The memories of years passed by . . . Memories like melodies. 'fe J,-jr'.-.Q,J ., I ,, v J A5 .. F' x K ' J ,rj r I I , 1 ,I 1 , " n 1 1, 1 J E ow srziouj once Cgopgolnozaz . . . X f if C. 3 -A i v -Lal' f ',x S4 Thr- '53 Svnior Claw lfxr-vlltiwx wer? Saul llorligxlu-rg Trmszzrfrg Alan Mighvll. l'ff'.XIA11PlIf1 Ned Murphy. Vim'- l'resi11P11tg and Joannv Powwll, Svrretrlry. KEY Cflllllll. , . . . . . . . Connnitlee F.Dr. and NA. . . , . .' Future Doctors and Nurses of AIIlf'I'iCi1 F.H.A. . . Future Honlernakers of Annlrica F.T.fX. 7 ,. Future 'feavhers of .'XIllf'I'il'3 H.H. , Home Room IX. Junior Yarsity SC. , , . Student Council Y. . A . . A Varsity .X jun-5' non' passwd owr wwary hall-trodding fr-vt. C- 'C7' .,.f....ft Sdgidufii 0.22 7, . .... ' n sb 515. LARY L. ACKER, Boxing '53, Navigation and Aeronautics '53, Bowling '51, Biology Club '51, Rollers '53. PATRICIA M. ADAMS, Library Club '53, Rollers '52, '53. ROBERT J. ADAMS, Track '51, '52, Radio '51, '52, Pres. '53, Library Club '53, Safety Comm. '53, Dance Comm. '53, Assembly Comm. '53, Inter- Srhool Relations Comm. '53, Sr. Prom Comm. '53, Publicity Comm. '53, Student Court '53, Sr. Play '53, M.C. for Band '53, Dramatics '52, H.R. Treas. '51, Pres. '53, Announcer for P.A. '53. JOHN E. AHERN, Rollers '53, Track '51, '52, Jr. Newman Club '51, Rifle '51. MARGERY G. AHRENDT, Adv. Chorus '53, Rifle '53. YIOLA M. ALBERT, Bank '53, Jewelry '52, '53, Intramurals '51, '52, '53, Jllargery C. Ahrendt Viola M. Albert i Nancy .lo Alexander 1 y Ann Allison :jj 9 J Rob rt L. Altman Joy L. .Anderson N' JJ' fd Gulf I 45 1 i Lary L. Acker Patricia M. Adams Robert J. Adams .lohn E. Ahern NANCY JO ALEXANDER, Library Club '51 '52, '53, Silver Chips '52, Page Ed. '53, Major- ettes '51, '52, '53, Order Comm. '52, H.R. Sec. and Treas. '52, Quill and Scroll '52, Sec. '53, Variety Show '51, '52, Sr. Play Comm. '53, F.Dr. and N.A. '51, '52, Sec. '53 MARY ANN ALLISON, Biology Club '51, Silver Chips Exchange and Copy Ed. '53, Sq. Dancing '53, F.H.A. '53. ROBERT L. ALTMAN, Library Club '51, '52, '53, Inter-School Relations Comm. '52, '53, Wel- fare Comm. '52, Store '52, Band '52, '53, Ilonor Society '53, Silver Quill '52, '53, Intramurals '51, '53, Chemistry Club '52, JOY L. ANDERSON, Silver Chips '51, Band '53. MARGARET H. ANDRUS, Library Club '51, '52, '53, Dramatics '52, '53, Silver Quill '52, '53, Sr. Play Make-Lp Comm. '53, WILLIAM C. ANDRUS, Bowling '51. Margaret H. Andrus William C. Andrus v I f v fy TM I 1 f 1 ' fry ' braryatics cl was the .seem of action wfwh Dottie! uqley, day Fischer, and ,' li nu li Nlasomhclisplayid'their talent. I f I I ' I 1' 1 .fe I 1 A I I I . I x I . 1 'I .1 . I 7 I 'A I hx , ff D A I P Ui I I if 1 I Ri dj 4 , ft I . ' X . , ,l ,JF I ll' 1 + I fr lv 4.1 Bruce Austensen Joseph 'xi Ashford Eugene H. Bainbrid Peggy J. Bamberger GVA 'r Y ,Xe 1 53 G1 .J I If A 1 ,RJ . HQ 5 KN' X. my JOSEPII n . .- Clit 'agllBow1- ing 51. 5- fi iv X ' "1 P. BRUCE Atfsrexsgzji J , - X '- U ELC!-INE H. BAINBRIUQE. ' I 1+ SANDRA L. BAKER. H.R. Seve. and Treas. '53g Sr. Announcement Comm. '53g CARE '52g Silver- logue '53g Tri-Ili-Y '51, BARBARA A. BALAS, Inter-School Relations Comm. '53g Silver Chips '53g Sr. Play ,53g Quill and Scroll 7535 Library Club ,52, ,53g Science Fiction Club '53g Jr. Dramatics '52. BEVERLY A. BALENTINE, Welcoming Comm. '52. 533 Dance Comm, ,535 Welfare Comm. '53g I I 4 . Sandra L. Baker Barbara A. Balas Elizabeth A. Barbee Ann E. Bargerstock ' x , . . 'x M. , . - J If-f v 1 ..- ...mg . ,L . 4 Publicity Comm. '53g Majoreltes '51, '52, '53. J. IIOWARD BALILES, Intramurals '51. PEGGY J. BAMBERCER, Calvin Coolidge Higl School '51, '52. ELIZABETH A. BARBEE, Sq. Dancing '51, '53 Rollers '52, '53. ANN E. BARCERSTOCK, Order Comm. '52g Li brary Club '51g D.O. ,53. WILLIAM A. BARKLEY, H.R. Pres. '51, '53g Visual Aids '51g Rifle '52. JANET L. BARNES, Soph. Chorus '51g Sq. Danc ing '51g Art Club '53g Intramural 'SIKVISZL '535 Bowling '53, , I -fu -- 1 1 . 4 Y , ull' G 'Y t 1 v' V 'F qv' J' . -P 5 A . , w . Q x Beverly A. Balentine W' - We . Howard Baliles ' V William A. Barkley . Janet L. Barnes 1-qv 'i ' 1 if Eleanor BI. Barr James W. Battles Frank W. Baxter janet E, Beagle f fn y MM Judith A. Beasley Viz VJ .J William A. Becker gl Q' - " ' 1 I f 11 ' Cordon L. Benner A V - M " lift! xaflk I ,Jf Roberta J. Benton xi Xml Q f 4' ji I A "JW . 1:7 ' lx i' 7. V ffiwfi iff ,ff 4 P' .J f 'f 1 . lf 1.1 l 'IVV rj fa - DJJ M,!2 IL L I4 1 i I Ny , 'uri ,f ICI, M .. Q. 1 1 X N Qs f ,J 4 IMD, J X . 1 JA .4 'I' . it 1 !"!'7-A 7 K ELEANOR M. BXAR .i Knitting Club 153: Calvin WILLIAM A. BECKER. , Coolidge High SQ10ol lvl, ,52. J GORDON L. BENNER, Visual Aids 'Sly Photo- NNES XW. BAQTTLIQS. Welcoming Comm. '52, graphy '51- Q' '53 -oraerlcnm 4 6246. c. '53g H.R. Pres. '523 A. 'oknhly Tcpmml 'sag Library Club '52, 53: ROBERTA J. BENTON. Rollers '51. '52. '53s Sil r Quill 'sliixfilwr Chips '533 Band '51, '52g Bowling ,5l, '52, ,53. ORC astra '51, Y52, 'Fiig Dance Comm. 533 Sr. 1 V Cla. Relations 'X mm.g'53gxQr. Play Comm. '53g BETTY LQU QERCYIANNL- 'ELK' Vjires' ,037 Variety Shaw y hlionor ksociety ,SSK-,Physics Intramurals lil, 52, B Club, 52, 533 C '53g ylinnouncer Ms! P.Ai. ,53. , x Student Planning Comm. o2g Banking 53g F.H.A. P ' K K gl QX- '52g Sq. Dancing '51g Knitting '53. y N ANIQ W. RXRTER. .p. ,SS Xb' K X n Q 7 BARBARA J. BERRY, F.H.A. '53g Knitting ' JQNETKN E.' BRAC-LE, K1iitting..Club '53. '53, SUITS A5N5EA5U5Yy 1n'fff'5C fi S JUL1. A. BERRY. Photography 'sig Visual oxm. ' 3 affty Comm. 532- nra xrals 51, A ' S Z prim Club '52, '53. 'o g Draljati s 511' Sr. Play u mm - Fhoral Sgieaki g '53. 4...f . BURKE BESTPITCH, H.R. V.Pres. '52. Q x 1- xL'fQ . is L B . " AA' etty ou Qhrgnhnn . - L! .lulian A. 'Berry C -4.1 I '- 1 .1 1, ,., .4 r, .1 T 4 owz Ufaaa .Unifiafacf J . I 1 1 P if, . , ' , 1 , I, 14, V 9 If l f I 4011.4 ,YY fr.: n ' ' Z O I J 'za cmacf fog M517 , .ii 43 1 -.4 Evafuafion . vi ' ." 1' ,I I is - " , .- ff 7 Qt? PENELOPE A. BEYER, H.R. Sec. '53g Silver- Quill '51, '52, '53g Art Club '5lf Silverlogue '5lg Sr. Play Comm. '53g Cheerleaders '52, '53g Variety Show 551, '52, 1 MARTHA BICKINC, Band '53g Orchestra '52g Chemistry '52g Radio '53g Science Fiction Club '53g Dance Publicity Comm. '53. ELIZABETH A.lBI gfuyafy Club '51, '52, '53g Sr. Banquet Com .'5ef'Sil.ver Quill '52, '53g Art '52, ,535 Sr. P y 353. CHARLES .. IFLACKBIURN. JR., Silver- logue '52, if 1 , f ' E! -ENCAE. BCDMCREN, Honor Society '52, Y. es. 53" S.C. '91, '52g V.Pres. 533 Soph. I . HSM'-PIJ 'SIXJH Class Pres. '52g Order Comm. , 3, Dance Comm. , lbr lu , 29 '52.'Cbaj?g,n '53g Assembly Comm. '53, fy ' yy b -51 '52 as- '53- 4 . Penelope A. Beyer Martha Bicking Elizabeth A. Bier Charles M. Blackburn, Jr. .I.V. Basketball '5l. DONALD A. BLUNI, Bowling '5l. ELIZABETH I. BOGGS, World Friendship '5l. NAOMI R, BOWMAN. Library Club '51, '52, 53: F.T.A. 53: CARE '53g Sr. Play Comm. '53g Dance Comm. A531 Sr. Announcement Comm. '53. ANN J. BOYD. Rifle '53. CAROL A. BRADY, Honor Society '53g Inter- School Relations Comm. '53g F.Dr. and NA. '51. '52, 753g Sq. Dancing '5lg Intramurals '51, i52. 53. FRANK C. BRASINGTON. Rifle '51, '53g Order Comm. '5lg Library Club '5l. '52. '53g Chemistry Club '52. S. PALMER BRENIERMAN. Intramurals '5l. '52, Art Club '5lg Dramatics '53. , - t a .- . A Stephen E. Blomgren l 3 'i , - . . s : I' sr I ' AI if-il, ' 'if 'Ln Vx I .f f 1 I Donald A. Blum 'ff 'n ,Iffj .,,nQ. f. Elizabeth I. Boggs 7 ' , fIf-H7 fr ll ,V J' , Naomi R. Bowman LQ! M5472 "F ADH J. Boyd Carol A. Bradyi C X Frfnk C. Brasington S. Palmer Bremerman 'lx C5 3 Stvplie-n M. Ilrodf-ll Doris I. IITOHIIPT Nancy I. Brown Richard T. Brown STEPIIEN M. BRODELL. DORIS I. BRONDER. Sq. Dancing '5lg F.H.A. '5lg Bowling '52g Knitting '53. JOSEPH H. BROWELL. D.O. '51, '52, 53. JAMES T. BROWN. Sr. Class Play Comm. '531 Intramurals '51, '53g Biology Club '5lg Chemistry Club '52: Pbyrirs Club '53g Baseball Club '53: lla-rtbull '52. '53, LEWIS E. BROWN, Band '51, Drum Major '52. 'Bill Orvbvftra '53g Band Boosters Comm. '53. NANCY I. BROWN, SC. '51, Se-c. '52: Pub- li:-ity Comm. '5l. '52, Chairman '53: Honor Society '52. '5.'5: Library Club '51, '52, '53: Dancv Comm. '52, '53: Silvcrlogiie '5l. '52, '53g Intramurals Q 42-Y 3 Itvwpli II. Browfll ,I21IlIl'- T. Ilrown William T. Bruff Katie- A. Iirunxu-in-r '5l: Cllf'f'I'lf'Z1llPI'S '53g Cllri-tmae Our-f-n '53. RICHARD T. BROWN, Band '5Ig Biology Club 51: Chvmiftry Club '52 WILLIAM T. BRLFF, Football '51. '52. '33g .I.Y. Ba-In-tball '5l. KATIE A. BRLNSTETTFR. Library Club '5l. '52. 53: Silvzarloguf- '52, 533 Ortlwr Comm. '52: Intramurals '5l: Variety Show Comm. '5l. '52: Fr. Relations Comm. 53: Sr. Claws Play Comm. '53. CAROL L. BLRCH. Knitting '53. CAROL A. BLIIRAIASTIQR. H.R. Sr-r'. and Trf--. 553: Art Club '52, '53g Knitting '53g Howling: '5l. llAYh C. BLRKE. PQ-p tlub '52: IJ.O, 253. Irwis If. Brown Carol L. Ilurt-li Carol A. Ilubriuax Gayle C. Ilurlv Tliv tvlepbonr in "B" building: borr' Iieaxy use. Iam- X5'lltlrAI'IIltlll1 and Sandra Flivplse did a bit of chatting and wait- 'Vs 6 F I1 A , lT""' 95 ,Q -Q:-.4-f J. Terrel Burkllalter Beverly A. Butler .loan Carol Loretta A. Cartl-r J. TERREI. HLRKIIALTER. BEVERLY A. BUTLER, H.R. Pres. 'SL Fern '52, '53: Dann- Comm. '51, 52, '53g Nlajorl-ttvs '31, '52. 533 Dramatics '5l: Evaluation Comm. '5lg Intramurals 51, '52, 53. DONALD H. BYRON- BARBARA L. CAL 'E9L, sf. Play comm. '53g Banking 53: ni 'ng-w'53.- .ll X CAVL L54'NTB'RB yy Rifle 52. 53. oo. 53. Donald H. Byron Bar D David l. Carwitltvn Gladys J. Case l.0lil-I'l'T.-X A. C.-XR'l'liR. lx-wt-lry 515. IMYIIJ P. CARXX'l'l'llliN, Banking '52, '53. UL.-XDXS J. CASE. Intramurals LOLITA D. CAFTELAZO. F.Dr. '53: Variety Show Comm. '52g Art Play Comm. '53. DONALD O. CAS'l'El,L. Band '5 .ax .. lmara L. Caldwvll K filllll ,SIQ D.O. '53g 13.0. '51. 52, 153. and NA. '52, Club '52g Sr. 1. '52. Concert - NI . X -731 ll tl. "2. ts. 1.-mls tl. . ,ITN CARQL. bind 53: Or hestra '53g a hr U on N tra 5 O D 4 7 3 CA E '32 Ng Snvd Qlllll '51, '52'g,iNntramurals x'lt:'roR o. CASTRO.Vol1l-yball ssl. Soccer '53g W' , 'six 52. '53y.le-vu-l1rybClllll1'51. , , X oo. 'fs . J' ' . X ' J Ni I, X' D ' J I x ix x My 'Q '- N - x y ' l f X by ' Q x K X T X ' Carl Canterbury Lolita IJ. Castclazo Donald O. Castell Victor O. Castro Facing lllf' day with the- prolllf-m of where to find Illlllgln in an overcrowded locker wah: Bill Fullarton, Martha Wuhnig, and Nancy ,Io Alexander. " ' ":.? l' 49 lcv' rn . . v I .""',-1 "If 4,1 -: ' 'Ji an ' 'I' "'ffi"'f A ' ,I Tri I ' V H L a ,v .5h2o'rL5a,3Q. .4 . I5 W I . -3 -i'e I ,fi ' 'ff .4"',' ' 20? si? be .far gicllgllftgili y ay Et tulip Q V ,' "',..'. ' ' . ' ' 5 5 ' f ' I v 9' 4.42: 4 " 2 5 .",. '.' tif ' , 2 F f ' ' 14 ' - h . V , I , . . Q I, Q 1 ,sv 1' In Q - . ,rf . li., ,4 l I I Q i 3 I A j 1 , In Kb V, C' "5 J - V I 1 v 'R " ' 'I V ' ., r '. 1 Shri? "sz, Library Club '5s. VIRGINIA! F. CHRISTENSEN. H.R. V-Pres. 751: InRriSCbooI Relations Comm. '53, Safety Comm. '53g Play Comm. '53g Intramurals '51, '52, '53, Plmfograpliy Club '51, Rifle '53. DOROTHY V. CLARKE, Silver Quill '53, Adv. Cliorue '52, '53, Biology Club '53. GEORGIA C. CIAXTON, H.R. V.PreS. '52, 53: Election Comm, '51, Evaluation Comm. '5lq Jr. Prom Comm. '52g Sr. -Prom Comm. '53g Dance Comm. '53, Soph. Class Sec. '51, Xlajorettes '51, '52, 535 Dramatics '51, '53g Bowling '51, '52, Q- N 03. I, "' , Georgia C. Claxton ,lean E. Cline Cecelia BI. Cochran Nancy A. Colbert Joan Cole Virginia V. Cole 4 9 I ff ' ' x A ' 2 ' Edward E. Chaney cami A. Chase - ' ' v. 2 ' Virginia F. Christensen Dorothy V. Clarke l . . CI- 1 ' ' 'N B, j N 39- 1 'ru' 'O ' " ' 64-'J' fp0l'L"' ' EDWARD E. CHANEY, Biology Club '51, '53g JEAN E. CL ,C , alas. 39 In- I Track '53g Soccer '53, Rifle '53. tramura! '5 5 '53. I CAROL A. L'HAS'E, Dance Comm, '53, Sr. Play i 2' ,SSI I Comm. '53g St. Baccllaureate and Commencement ,K If ' C0 1., C0-Chairman '53s SIIVSI' Quill '533 Vafiell' NANCY A. COLBERT, Activity Comm. '53g Elec- tion Comm. '53g Silverlogue '52, Soph. Editor '53: Sr. Play Makeup Comm. '53, Sr. Commencement Comm. '53g Library Club '51, '52, Social Chair- man '53g Dance Comm. '53g Variety Show '51, '52, '53, Quill and Scroll 153. B. JOAN COLE, Banking 52. 53. VIRGINIA V. COLE. Intramurals '51, '52, '53: silt-er Quill '51, '52, '53, An cm, '51, '53. I I ANDREW CONN, Sr. Play Comm. '53, lland '52. 53: Science Fiction Club '53. JANICE COOK. Andrew Conn Janice Cook 'I'h'- rm-ky roarl to wliool . . e-arly Hawnt in thr- morning. Shirley C. Cook Edith L. Cooporsmith Salle-e A. Corzine Charlotte lf. Culp -an ,. , vw ,... SHIRLEY C. COOK, World Friendship 'Sly Ways and Means Comm. '52, '53, Dance Comm. '53. EDITH L. COOPERSMITII, SC. 533 llelfare Comm. '51, '52, Chairman '53, Silver Quill '52, Affoc. I-ld. '53g Silu-rlogiiu '52, '53g Praeco Ar- gf-ntvus Business llanagffr '53: lntPr-High Council 133: Honor Soc-ivty '32. '53, Quill and Scroll '52, '5.'5: Radio Club '5I. '52, Y.Prf's. '53: Library Club '52, '53g Intramurals '51, '52. SALLEE A. CORZINE, Inter-School Relations Comm. '53g Publicity Comm. '53g Silver Chips '53g Sr. Announcvmcnt Comm. '53, Sr. Relations Comm. '53g Cheerleaders '52, '53g Radio '52, Tre-as. '53g Library '51, '52, '53, Variety Show '51, '52g Intra- murals '5lg Danve Comm. '51, '52, '53, JAMES L. COYLE. FTA. '51, '52, 1535 Varie- ty Show '51, '52. I-'RED M. CQRAYER. Intramurals '51, Bowling '5l. lamvs L. Coyle .Fred M. Craver -iimnah A. Dzibbs FK' . Ann Cunningham 101 :sl DONALIJ L. CROLIQII. Intramurals '52. '33Z Riflf- '.32. 'liz llunting and Ififhing Llub '52, 53. DUROTIIY Llflf CROWTHER. liIlXRI.0'l"l'lf If. Cll'Ll'. Ormlf-r Comm. '32: Sil- xr-rlogiw '52, '53g Danre- Comm. '52, '33: Li- brary Club '51, '32, '53: "Il" lfluli For-. '53, Intra- mural- '5l, '32. '53g Xarie-ty Show '5l, '52: H.H. Y.I're-N, 'Rig Sr. Play Comm. '33g Sr. Rvlations Comm. '53: Radio '33g Pliyxic: Club '53, Quill anfl Scroll '53. ANN Cl'NNlNGllAM. ll,-XNNXII fx. IJAIZIZS. Iliwrsihc-ml 0l'l'Ull8llKbIl4. RllQll,XRD H. DALE, ilhws Club '52. pl. ,LXY IXXNYFOIX, Adv. Lhorus 'ol, '02, 'o3: Yuri:-ty Show '32, '53, llaum- Comm. '52g lutra' muralb '51, '52. Donald L. Crouch Dorothy Im- Cfrowth Richard H. Dale A. Jay Dawson i V 4 'I 1 K. Anne DeNcane Edward DeNeane v X K. ANNE DEXEANE, H.R. Sec. '51, liand '51, '52, '53g Orchz-ftra '51, '52, '53. EDWARD DENEANE PHILIP W. DEYORE. Band '51, '52, '53, Visual Aids 'Sly Sr. Play Comm. '53, Dramatics '53g Iiiol- ogy Club '5l. KENNETH R. DEWIIIRST, Band '51, '52, '53g Craphic Arts '5l. CAROL E. DIAMOND, Silwr Chips '53g CARE '53g Sr. Play Comm. '53, BARBARA ,I. DICKHAUT, CARE i5l, '52g Vari- ety Show ,515 Sr. Play Comm. ,53. PATRICIA A. DIXON, Monogram Comm. '51, '52, Chairman '53g Silverlogue '53, Quill and Scroll '53g Sr. Play Comm. '53g Library Club '51, '52, A 4 , , . .,.-rx '-- " A ", K .A 4 . 1 ' . gf .V A 1 ' 1' i ri Q. .V it k. ,... .-I .,--m- - Urban M. Donnelly v 5 I VJ- v- ' I Q. ' Q oval' CynIlIia',I. Donaldson! A. Stuart Donnan Philip W. DcYore Kennmb R. Dewhirst . 7 af LVL Carol E. Diamond ,, Barbara .I. Dickhaut V, 'Z . 1 Patricia A. Dixon il' 57' ,Y C. .lohn Doane vi- 1 f' '53g Varif-ty Show Comm. '51, ' . .P VZ, Anya D 9 I '52g Intramurals '5l. '52, 533 Dramatics '52g Rifle 353. - I 1 C 0 C. JOHN DO.-XNE, V. Basketball '51, '52, '53g V. Ilasvball '51 ffYN'I'lll.-X .I Xlajnrf-tteas '51, Dancing '51. A. STIIART ology Club '51 URBAN M. '52, Trf-as. '53 Intramurals '53 , '52, 53, Y. Football '51, L DONALDSON, H.R. Tre-as. '52' - '52, '53g Bowling '51, '52q 511.3 X noxx,-ix, Band '51, '52, '53, Bi-'fly 5 Sr. Play 753. Xi ' DONNICLLY, H.R. Pres. '51, Sec., Chair Comm. '53g Bowling v ll. IQRADY DORSETT, Band '53g Physics Club 533 Greensboro High 5l: i' rthwestern High '52, .4,. . 'jd' ,LD J , ,ff H. Grady Dorsett X.. , K x c'1 Ii v 4 N 's N Y Q' H S X xv 'Q N fi Lfffd '5lgQ 6 ISX Uafuafion .sau fa CZUOTQEZPE nofgefc Sspfamgaz .1 . . , ' , u- I N, -lyqq guzuou ,JY 'Tl I I l . I' ' H . I' u I ' A V gf. fl t V' -Is' 'J yi I x ' X f 1' I ,1 ' ' U I P ' 'Irina ti' 1' A ' ' Y' V -' ' ' s 9,1 : Afphl .IP , ' ,J 'Ir 5 ' l- f I 4' I' L' 'I its " lo 'I' , ' I V J x Q. U I 'J' .vii I fl 1 V' ' twiki ' ' , . I ' ,gf .Q I I I 14 I " .' n 'J 'W I 5 ' ,lk gn! 'il f" 1' 84 P' J 'C' W' RICHARD IYPUGH, Football, D.O. '53. BETTY JOYCE DRUMMOND, F.H.A. '51, '52, Y.Pres. '53, Typing Club '52, Sq. Dancing '5l. ROBERT H. DUCK. Graphic Arts Pres. '51g Silverlogue '52, '53, Silver Chips Photography Ed. '52, '51, '52, ' . .Y V, a ic' A. Dunn Barbara A. Durham Chloe A. Duvall Jane F. Eagleton Robert C. Earnshaw ,C 5 '53, Photography Club '52. JOSEPII C. DUKE, Y. Football '53, Rollers '52. PATRICIA A. DUNN, Student Council '53g Jr. Class Sec. '52, H.R. Pres. '51g Welcoming Comm. '52, Chairman '53, Dance Comm. '53, Variety Show Comm. '51, Welfare '52, Silverlogue '51, Library Club T525 Cheerleaders '52, '53g Intramurals '51, BARBARA A. DURHAM, H.R. V.Pres. '51, Wel- fare '52 'Friendship Club '51: Intramurals Elsie Mae Ebert X. G' -4:2 x X . A cu., vt- Richard D'Pugh Betty Joyce Drummond Robert H. Duck Joseph C. Duke CHLOE A. DUYALI., Dance Comm. '52, '53g Sr. Play Comm. '53, library Club '51, '52, '53g Yari- ety Show '51, '52, Intramurals '5l. JANE F, EACLETON. Dance Comm. '52. Chair- man '53, S.C. '53, Publicity Comm. '51, '52, Quill and Scroll '52, '53, Silver Chips '51, '52, Honor Society '52, '53, Library Club '51, '52, '53, Radio Club '52, '53, Variety Show '51, '52, ROBERT C. EARNSHAW, Hunting and Fishing Club '52, '53. ELSIE MAE EBERT, H.R. V.Pres. '52, '53, Sil- ver Quill '51, '52, Evaluation Comm. '51, Chips '51, '52, '53, Knitting Club '53. Silver JEANNE A. EDWARDS, Election Comm. '53, Sr. Play Comm. '53g D.O. '53. JOSEPH C. EGGLESTON. . ,J Q i. W - Y s J , ' , 1 S - r 3' V . ' l Y p' M' X 5' I w ',1 . f C. s ,. ,J , f , . 1 A I I 5 r ' A 5 ,' X 1 . I ' J v. ' rr ' ,'. 1 . Av' '- N - 1 , . - 2 su " x. ,ff I .X -' 'fx' -rf Jeanne A. Edwards Joseph C. Eggleston Y sh, i A, fn A gb 'kif' i xx KX X , 44-1 4-.1 x 4 f ., ' hang if 'nv- Ric'11ar:1 Elnwndorf 1'i11warf1 R. Exam Warrvn R. Fannvri 1. .X1r1f-n 1"au1kn:-f f i f' inrnxnn Hiwrxnnnr, f 1'i1lXX Hill R. 111 XNF. Yi-11111 'xi11f '31g R'i01ggy l.1n1u '511 lntruninrulx '51, 132. ,' - RH1l1f1i'I' IQX XXS. .1.Y. Ifnmlvull '31, j 1Q11X1il.U'I"1'1i P. 1fX1i1.XNIJ. Silwr Qiiill '52 ...AA ian Q 4 4 lolwrt "Evans -, ' Char1gf P. Eu-land I Ainlrflyi . Fenton ifdwaril S. Finffran ' AITDRQX' Ef'i'i6N1nN. s.,. Ilanving G11 Jr. Nfw- nmri Uwr 'SQL 'SQL 021:-r linnnn. '321 Dunm- lfoinm. o3pRa11in Klub '331 Fr. xIIIl1PlIIl4't'lIlf'Il1 Quinn. 'BBQ Xrl-'Club 'BBQ lntraninrzil- '51. '52, 1'-EDWKRIJ 5. FINICICAN. 1l.R. 1'rf-. '32. Tri-a-. Q-Z' I lg. . X I fy. 'Wiz Xilx, flliornx '53, 53. iwisi-iiiii ifxiuixii, '13 11 X1i1i1fN 11. 1".XNl f.4f1. Printing lflulr '31. '31 -33: 5.1. J. ,X1.111fX I-'.Xl'1.KNPI1s. Xrt f11lI1r '51. 52: Fil- 1333 wr 4jni11 'Sl 'Slip 1jni11 un11 5:1011 '533 Variety Film-rlngini '31 '331 lhiiivz- Hiinm. 13" '153 l9,'l',,X, F1nfw ikinnn. '31. '52. '3.1: Sr. may flonnn. 53. ff' f , Rolwrt-1I8.lL'0i1v , 4' 119' Af. 'Fi-eil.-f jg Rona111 R. 1'1w1iinan f Karol Sue- Flickingf-r 1 1 IA Xml 1119 c1iaw wa- on .if Peggy ' 'lliains ran aftvr lim.-r1y 11.11v'llI1!lE in ir- inock f0otbJ11 ganiv ilnrlng .X1ninni 44 'A Richard A. Forsyth Clark N. Foulke F. Allen Freas William A. Fullarton RICHARD A. FORSYTH. Banking '52, 133: Iohn Fournier Carolyn: Frazier Barbara A. Fund Mary I.. Garrett WlLI.lAXl A. FIALLARTON. Quill and Scroll Bowling '51s If-we-lry 51. A521 Photography '51. Pr.-S. 'sm silo-r tilup. '52. iirl.-in-cgiu.-f 'sat Chem' 52: D.O. 53. istry Club '52g Pllyfies Club 'Sill Raclio '51, CLARK N, FOLVLKE, Intramurals '5I: Variety' BARBARA A. FIND. Silverlogue. Literary Edi- Fhow SI. 52. 53. tor '53: library Club '51: Intramurala '5I. 52. JOHN FOURNIER. ' CAROLYN FRAZIER. Monogram Comm. 52. .531 Fr. Play Comm. 53: Library Club '52, '53: Dance Comm. '53: Art Club '51: Intramurals '5I. ' 52. ,531 Variety Fhow Comm. '52, RIQIII-QCCA FRALEY. Il.R. Treas. 52: Honor Foe. 53: Silwer Quill '52, 53: Monogram Comm. '52. 53: Library Club '5I. '52. '53: Dance Comm. 52. A331 Variety Show Comm. .521 Sr. Play Comm. 53: F.Dr. and N..-X. '5I: Rifle '53: Intra- murals '5l. 52. A53. 33: "IIN Club -531 Quill ancl Scroll I53. MARY I.. CARRETT. Inter-Nchool Relations Comm. 53: Silver Chips '53: Rifle 53: Sq. Dancing 'Sli "Il" Club '33: Roller- '52. Science Fiction 53: Sr. Play Comm. 53. ROISHRT W, HARRISON. Intramurals '51. 52: D.O. 113. IRWIN W. CEBHARDT. ROBI-lR'I'A CFEIIAN. II.R. Sec. '5I: Band '51. '52, 53: Dance Comm. 153: Chemistry Club 552: S. AIIEN FREAS, Y. Football '5I. '52, '53. Biology Club '51, 419. GQ fu M17 Rebecca Fraley Robert W. Garrison Irwin IV. Cebhardt Roberta Ceehan A Sf-nior's pride and joy - the year- book was produced by Marian Larson. iii Pal Harne. Bob Seaman. and the reft Q x:": fm-,mu f iii- of the -taff ,.,. . .. . .T QQ. 22? .Q M ommiffaaa cmc! 65155 f 'Zia' ' ,ljfsfzf you on fda go G 1.3153 EM 'ii-' Q s ' f 1- 2 L. I R. Herman Geiman Frederic H. Gerber , X Paula A. Gilson Margarel M. Girton ' 15" ,!1,"A , H. 1llil1M.-KN C1'l1MAN,ATf5fCllorus 2,f53, ty Comm, '51 '53g Silwr Quill '511 1381111 '51. 'l'ra1'k '51. '52 f I , '52, '53, Library Club 1333 Yi5ual Aids '51, '52, 'ffiz Cl' F ' Cll '72, 1111111 ll .' ,l:llll.1l, s. Play 53. 110551 ' """ "1 'J' ' Srwif-ly 5'. 333 Vial Mis " , '52, Photo- WILLIAM V. GOODEL1.. Pllblicity Comm. '53: graplly '51, 'f': 11.4111-.,c'iQ-rife' ' 1 '53. ff' Bank '51, '52, '53g Sr. Play '53g Science Fiction .f . ' Club '53: Pllotography Clllb '52, '53g Radio Club P.-111. .' . G SON, Sr. Elat' ,' 1 m. '53g Silver -51, Rifle 52. Chi. '32, '53:' Library Chip '51, '52, '53, Sq. u W ancing '51: Bowling '53IahCnillirig Club '53, Rollers S411-1 A- GOODLUN- Rollers '53- Jl- 52' E. LEE GOODING. H.R. Tm.. '51. Rifle 51. I,'NIilRiL.f-SETI 31. GlRI1'0Eli P:L1!..1'l.-451. '53s SQ- JO.-KN c. oo0DRlCH, Sr. Play comm. 541. Prav- K"""'1' D" ""a""'r"' 0 ' 3' D' co Argf-ntells '52g Adv. Chorus '52, '53g Library CAXROIA T. COLDS1-my Order Comm' .51 152, C1ub'531 Sq. Dancing '51g Je-we-lry '533 Intramurals Sr. l'lz1y liflllllll. '53, Sl'1t'11L't' Club '51, '52g Sq. 'Sl' '32' '1H'1"ill2 '512 Riflf' 52- 753- xllclluil. 11. oolln, lllfl.- '51, '52, 11.0. '53, SP1-INCER R. COLDSTEIN. 11.11. Pres. '53, Order Rlilll.-KRD A. CRAS50, Printing '52, Intra- Connn. A331 lnlervschool Rzjqlifns Comm. '53: Safe- rals '51, '52g D.0. '53. ' ' f - flm- fo A f 1710-. :....f ,. ...J f,, 6' ,,J,I..1V ..' cf, If ff' '- 'W' .4 " ' . ,Caroflfff Goldstein IJ' xx f 4 tgpencer R. Goldstein '."5 . William Y. Good:-11 ' Sally ,1. Goodlin E. Lvl- Gooding .loan C. Goodrich Michael E. Gould Richard A. Grasso 'efe 1,-.. .... 43-.. . l lg. ag 40s A N - A The before school stroll lwcame a trip tlirougli slush. Josephine B. Cray Louise ll. Greenstein Gerald L. Griffin Jane H. Hagerton I 'ls x 6 ., 5 fi' 'ff' A 2 l It 'Q - an Q-fi-, ' is ,lU5lfl'lllNE ll. CK.-XY, l-'.lI..-X. '5l. 32. .331 llomir Fnrivly -5-lil l.ilmrary fflull '53 N M V N Um 1 llrainatii-s lflulr '5l. l.0l l5lz M. fililzl-.N5Il'.lN. CARI-I '5lg Sr. Play lnnini. J-52 F.l..-K. JZ. 0.5: .-Mlv. Lliorus 1:33 Li- llxlf H. ll-XCEKTON. lntc-r-Fvliool Rc-lation iirary Club '53: llraniatiu Club '3lg lntramuralf Vouini. 53: NY:-lfurv ilouini. 132: Filwr Quill '52 '5l. 32. 53. 53: Pruz-ro :Xrge-ntt-us 52. l'ifl.-in-iillin-f '533 llono Y 1 i Society '53: Lilirary flluli '5l. 52. 53: Bowlinff 1,1-.RALD L. f1RlFFlN. D.0. '53. -51' RlCll.'XRD lv. CRUIES. D.0. 53. ROBERT C. H.-tI,STP..l J. Baweball Nlgr. '51 x1,xRcERY GROCE, sr. Play 'ssl ram-ty sim- 52- 53- my 52- Sq' Dancing 51- MARILYN 0. Milijgx Banking 53. F.H.,x SHIRLEY . GUTHRI init-r-school Rela- 511 QOH ' 1 EPM 3951- 52- 534 MB' tions Comm. 3: Dane m '53g Silver Chips Club ll L,',' .yn P51 ,PSV Y V "5 f UCS Club '51g Iiuwl-1 .Roi i"F:. iiiymioxi 46.11.-f comm. 53. "W D1 - fi. 's 'sz 552- -L' ra fini, '51 '52 'ss- . 1 , -3 -- A . - . - , H Xp Q 1 :',,b lggootliauwgl. , X , f M -n - -IA ..r. ky orym. 533 X A, t. 1,11 M I Silva-r .1 'a .- r ,cl 'N . ' , Anclfgcroll X LIS llb5l.'lNl3E5: Intramurals '5l?'5K '53 , ' ' 'K " ' si' A J ' Rivliurd W. Crimes '- 1 llalgz-ry' cfiroce Fliirlvy A. Gutliriclg Rolwrt G. llalstc-all Marilyn Ufflamilton Haroltl E. Hammond 75 r ,A na NI Hanson Wfaurme L Hardy! Harry NI Hardy xxxa u HANSON QL Us Ekamncmmm v halrman v3 Conce :ons Comm 02 rrary C lul 3 Varltts Show 0 N f J nm c x 5 'lill l nf r lt tra ll KRHX XI ll XRDX Radio IF Ril' 'Nl HXRIN BOVvllll R0 XID l' HXRIOXXF lrm 1 Rltl fC Pau F larrn Namuel Harwy OJ Dorothy F llatluaway Sl lr ey L l ayfr Q 1 xx , C' W Adam Hans George NI Hans Ronald E Harlowe Patrxcla A Harne Rlchard -X Harnes I F' I, 0' "' Hoff?-fain 3 Qnll 1 Q2 as 1 ve-rlogu 3 'Fd ln Un 53 Sr Nommatmg .o m 3 lb ry 1 l 03 r m l .3 RICH-XRD X IIXRRIFN fllZ1lffOmIll 02 'S ll 5 Pre onor Some lv 72 H R Pres 1 Llbrar u 1 mi Dramatlcs :Q lll 1 ar Ollll IH Vi KY and l 3lll0f uv 13 lramalc re 71 Kmttm NH Rll'X I HHN HR Nc 32 Ordfr Comm D nu Comm v3 Sr Play Lomm P an uh I omm wi Bowlmg 53 gfia Wy? ff wi f'f2l7?f'iQ5a?,f3 ani jnfo dDf2a'zafLo12 JZVWW ,S .er IS' ' 6' . . ,A 5 I IJ! 41, 'I s 1 , VV I I I ' A 1 I. ' A . 1' V !, ' I 1 D 31 V V I ,I ,, ' I . K ,, ' F Y ' L ' . ' . , s , . , ' V ,.,21A ' .. 1 I -, -,L I o 'V .J .lr 'll AL, 4,. 1 b ' V LN- , f.k.'. 'Hal ' 4, .L N ,a ' ' V9 .. .' 'lg ' , if-'A' '51, i roI"',"g S '72, C ' ' lf 1 f ss' .' I . V , ,531 ' 1 . ' ' l 1 .N . ' Lil ' ' l 1 '51, '52, 'S' Q ' ' ' 1' "2g Sr. fr' rn fifn , ' F8 , I W g Ir? a ?2 S pl, '02 Play 111 . '53g A11 cihom '52g F.T.A. ' 1, '52. '53, 1 ' f ' ' uv.. W ,- MAIN ff I.. HARUINU. lla l '51, '52 '53: Y. llaslb ll '51, 52. '33, Or-l -5 '33, P.-Xl - lf. llARRl.', SC. '51, '52, s. '53 , , ll 3 'sag . . '53 ' 'l ' ' 'A ' ffl l 151. '52. Tl 3 ' 5 "I, 52. ADAM llARl5, Silwr Quill '52: lntramurals '52, goin Y.: 4 H,xRyl.:Yq Golf 'fl QIL -53' 'SSQ ' ' Club '51, IJOR ' ' l. ll.-XTIIA . ll' 'S . ' 2 .0 LI . . .- " g '5l. '53: R ' Il l T. 1 l I' S, P 'S. 'T 3 ' 53. N: . l. x , V' ,. ' ' I fill ll '5l. '51 Q Y 53. .' l .. ,. f . ..l' . 'f'g - 32. .531 a " f . T- 1 . N . '53 l':K'l' I :X A. IIARNF. ll.R. Prefs. '51, Sl . '53, ull' V j I . 'ffg ' ' . I A . .Lf If 1 'J' I N . I -S . ., 5 v I ,ip 7, H , . ffl., . I , 'I t.,i'1 xk:,., , l 'F Jil, "aw, H fl A - 4, , z ., ' J l x nfl , ' PN , ' l l 1 '1 ' fl . X I , ' , FF ' J 'K 1 1 U f . , l l 1? ' . A. A 'Aff' l" ", X . ' 2 ' 'Sf I 1 ul i H A . r 5 - 5 l ' - ' - -t ' , r I H . aw LLL L12 I ana XR . xi ff, .Ji 1 A n J r fo L F. fo: ,l L .,- 0 , ' K . . Y v wt. anuafzy Beau gf -xami and :R 61291 ' Mm JAMES F. HliAIJl.EI'i, Order Comm. '53, Safety Comm. A531 Yisual Aills '51, '52, '53, Rifle '51, '52. 533 Rollers '53: Track '51, '52, '53g Intra- murals '5l. MARGARET HEIVLIN. Silver Chips '53g Rifle '53: Knitting Club '53. JOAN C. HEIDENREICH, H.R. Sec. '53g Sr. Play Comm. '53, Physical Ed. Planning Comm. '52. Pres. 53, Dance Comm. '52. '53, Silver Quill eff Xe 2 hw ,, 'f'4"'l James F. Headlee Margaret Heflin .Ioan IICid6Ill'BiCll Joan E, Heilman DONALD S. IIERDTFELD ER. PHILIP W. HESSE, Frankfort High School, Frankfurt, Germany '51, '52. J. MARGARET HIGGINS, H.R. Pres. '52, Dan A Publicity Comm. '53, Dance Comm. '52, ,S-3Q . ' Ring Comm. '53g Order Comm. '52, 'Sig' Wlffage '53, Bowling '52, Rollers 551, '52, 535' Rifle' 53. If 1' .., Nl yt - .- . . , .- .-. .- . V ' 52. Q31 Yarlety Show ol. JZ. 03: Library CARROLL HITCH, Baseliill '52, I ' . . rl tr, fl Club '5l. '52, '53g Honor Society '52, Treas. '53g Q ' li 1. .P , H' 'V MR" Club '52. '53, NI. ZILI..-KH HOEY,-JH.R. rea ' '53f Itic 'on yi, c' "3 o Wm 'S2' is 552415 ' coli li I .,E. JOAN HHLMAN, sc. '531 ll.R. Pres. '53, .f"fmT' 0 ' waffjn - 'Wa Q w A, , 33. Sr. Play 0 1. 03, P city C mi 32, 53, , 'SL Play Comm. '53g Order Comln. 921 Sr. Prom 0 1 C ,-2. 2 H' J. ,-1 53- .Snr 'll' ' 'I ' "3' Dance Comm '52 '53' CARE NH omm D i we are i 6 I A il ' ve I Ilmmwi Llalrman D ', W . ' "" ,Q ' A - logue 52. 5535 Libiarv Club, 'BBQ Intrarplrali 51, i, ol. 32. 035 Band '01, 02g Quill and Scroll '32, .52 1' 1 ' 4' I i I - I ' I '53g Library Club '53. i'i :A ' l' x ' , N Q ' V JAY H HEIZER- JIARBXRAIA. N, Sr. Play Colnm. i' 'X ' fwafgfe Library 'Club flea., sq.1oa,e+n sg HLNQITER HELTZEL, D.O. 152. '53, .ln Rulleps, .2. 3331 Ii1lramuralp'L5Z,, '53. 'i . I A . -Ulf' . .ff w ' ' ' ' ' V f l 'lf L. ' ' ,I ' , Li ,J If af , ' .7 " 5 I i N J' f ' 1' " ' l, I J J i.Iay' . eizer 'if ,. I, 'bs I 'ei 1' 'il . A 'rpg' I. If l ter Heltzel - . p I ' M , ' , ' 4 1' . , 1 A . D naltl s, Herdtfelder DJIA ' I -' '.. K - .jg ,li ,vJPllilip YY. Hesse ' V-' J . 1 I ' J ,I 'lf J. Margaret Higgins I Carroll Hitch " 'I - ,l ZYllah Hoe Q Bar rp'354,,H0ffman , f 5 ' J I .1 K 2' Qi .A . fl A 1 g XM! 'J' f I , 4 , . 1 2 if as if . 4- - .qi fish 7' r,mI,,,, M- H,,1l,,p,.1,.r S3111 XI, 111111159111-rg Xx'1111dII1 1'f, 110pk1nQ Janet H0111- 1.111-11 11. 1111r1-1111 X.1n1'Y 1f, 1a1'1111, R111 1. 1a1'o11+ 111111111 A. JHYIIPN F1i'1N1,1Iw ll, Hfl1,LOPETFR, Esaluatinn Comm ROSE 1. JAC0115, S1111-r Chip- 'SIL F.Ur. and ,lg N11 1111111111111-1111-nt Comm. '53g Sr. Play 4111111111 ,115 Nr, 1111K 1i1-1a11111n- Lomm. .135 We-1f111v '31 1, 11.1111 11111 1.11111 131g 17.11.11 A313 114lW11YlQ '11 ., .-, --., 111111'I1 01- 171- 'T-fr Q11 1. 11, IIHNIWLFIHERKL, iff. 13213 11.11, 1'r11. 7 11, YL, 13161 Nr, flaw '1'1'1'a-. '53, Sr. .'xIlIllIllIll'f' 1111111 4 Illlllll. 1.1.13 W o-1f:1rc- 'SQL 51111-r111g11111 '52, '531 1l1Il.ll'X 111111 '32, 11.11 "H" 1111111 111. '32, -5.11 1 11111 '31, 'lfig 1. 1111111111111 '51, XXIIIIXNI 11. l1111'kINs. 1XN1'.1 11111114 Xrt 111111.11 'W '31 11111 111111111- .11. , Y , . 1Hl1x1N 11. 1111l511X, 11.11, 11111-. 1.1: 1,'1111': Q, 11111.1111l11.11- 111, .ml .1.1. 4.11 11N IL. 111 USUN. NXNL1 1f, ,lX1,H1iS, 11111121111 1Q11111111. .12. .531 N1 1'1111 411111111. 'Jig Yurie-ty 51111w '51, .522 1.1- . N. X. 433. ,Il 111111 41. 1,-'1N11'f5, 1la111'1- C11111111, 533 Sr. Play .1111111. .133 Yarn-ty Show 1,11111111. .SZQ 511v1'r f111i1Q 1 'ilg 1.111rz1ry 1,1l11D '51, 1.12, '33, 1".11r. 31111 51.91. '11, 1'r1'-. 1.12, 'SISQ 15-p 1111111 '32, XNY1 K. 11 111. Fr. 11aPc'a1a11rvatr 211111 Vom- 1111'111'1'1111AryzCf ' ' 511W 1f1g11P 32. '5."1g 1'11yN. . 1'1dIl11Hg 3g. -D ll 5. 'Slip Ya. II ly F11 '32 V1-y S1-1', ..g I'i11r11ry 111111 1' MBHQRGS 1 K, 133: 111tr11111Uy1JN .1l,"", ,, ' -ff! X! 'fait' , 15111. .. f R1'11.1.1'f. 'Q' 111111111 51.-1111111 1f11111m, . nas, Fr, 1'r11111 fillllllll. '111 l1llI1:'f' 110I11II1. '32, 'Sfig Fr, V111 1' ,11111111. .133 1,I11l1l1'11f 1.I1I1l1I1. ' Sr. .-'1nm111r11'1-1111-111 1111111111 '53g .-, ., . .33 .17, .133 51111'r111g1111- nl, ..g 1111111 411111 F1-r1111 '32, -311: 1.i11rz1ry 1111111 '31, 'Sl 1r1r1 l 11111 '31 A333 Art 'SIQ 1r11ra11111ru1N '51, '52, .113 1'1-11 1111113 'Sig SKI, 1111Il1'1I1g 'SIQ Bow11ng1 '51, 11. 1.5 ,fx Rx rvuvipt of their Blair 'av or une N1, 111111Q11n .Kuna K. ,1.1rr1-11 1ranr'1w ,1.1rrv'111- Martha A, 11-111 1511111 f1111w1111 in 1119 FFPQ 01 Mary 11.1111-tt. 11a1r11ara 1111141-. H1111 R1c11:1r11 31341111 414 1111-1 1w1111a11gn'11 glarwr-S OI1 gs. 3' 0-'S 3 w--fy ' 1 1 v5Q fr l i Alim- J. Johnson llarlmara A. Johnson Jfran Johnson Thomas T. Jdllgfh' I Patriria A. Jones Rivliarml I.. Jones David Jungau Paul F. Junglians c , f 1 - . Y 1 ' .1l.llflf J. Jl1llN74f1N. 11.0. 'Sli l'.'X'l'lllfIlX 41. JONES. Fll..-1. '51, ' ,- llXlill'1H.-X A. JOHNSON. ll.li. Tre-a-. 'SL SPC. Rlilll.XHlJ l.. JONES. flrapllir' .-'xrlg Clulm 152. '52. llrr-s. 53: llanm- COITIIII. '52. 53: Majors-ties '53. i 51. '52. ciapram 'sm Bank sf-P. '531 Howling , , H , M M . .- .-, b ., a . .- .R 11.41111 lx. JINEJU . Nlwr Llupa JB: Draiualirw al. 92: Rollvra al: Sq. Danflng al: f,1llPPI'l: 1- 1 w --V H X ,- l. .-, ul: :Krt f.lulJ 02. JS: Clif-f Cluli 33. ,ourt nj. u:.xN J0uNs0N, 1.mfaf,' 11.11, 63. Visual Aids mlll' ll' lllxllllllxs- Chai' '30mm' 53' 732- '53 mimi, x. JI xox. un. S.-f-. 'sal Library fllulw 'l'llUNl.-XF 'l'. Jllllxillx. 51-11001 Rr-lations lluum. 31' 32' EJ: .DJJ Llllll 'J3' 152: Silwr Quill '52. 53: Band '53: Sr. Play WAA,RRpjN KAISKA- A532 Quill and Fc-rall "2. 'Tig Library, Club '51, -52. -53: Sim 52. I ,X , x Roluim' L, KANMQY. Visual full. '511 Riflf- .fflf Sw .ll-JLL41 V"""-'5l. 'Sl 53: Cl1Y'Il11r1Tf' Club 52: Photograplly Nunn Joxrs. ', , X- ' " am, 11. Ph,,1.1. 1Qluli'53. l- ., ' rv-1 f. 139-'flQ'r"j X. il' 'il X if M JU' 4-la--. 1 Six za. R, -.2 4,4-. Mark Jonw Carol A. Jungle Warren Kafka Robvrt I.. Kauagzy llvuwulf. 1ll.illl'0'T. anll llxuulftz term papwr-5 nuun. wrli-. ami partivlplv- I -1- 'ir llnglixll fl" 'I' I Q .' Av 1 .1 . ' V+ Li ' Q . V J ir Malgcllyigulziofc .f cvzf ff., , CD ,fzr X Lil J from .P I A ' K.. If 71' J I I 6 'J V I S I f 4 if I'fl'I'RICIA R. KEARNEY. School Relations Koruni. '5f'Ig Conrvseions Comm. '51, '52, '53g Sr. Play Comm. 53: Yarie-ty Show Comm. '51, '52g Silwrlogtic '521 I7.T.:X. '5I. '52. .533 Sq. Dancing 'SIL Rollers '51, '52g Bowling '5I. I-QLIZ.-XIiE'l'II KENYON, IJ.0. '53. JOHN KERN. 'Q -qc' 'SS' Patricia R. Kearney Elizabeth Kenyon I John Kern George I.. Kientz Chair Comm. '53g Library Club '52, '53g Track '52, '53, Intramurals '5I. WILLIAM H. KINNEY. BERNARD KLEIN, Sr. Play, '53g Variety Show '53, Multi-Science Club '53g Visual Aids '51, '52. PEGGY M. KLUTTZ, D.O. '53. - RICHARD H. KORSCHEN, 5. PI '53g D - I crows L. KIENTZ. . h .- ' ay ra maticf nl. 4 HVSSELL S- KIFER- Silwflogllf '51, 52- '532 GEORQANN M. Kmcul-za, CARE '52g F.u.A. A i Pliotugraphy 'SIL Yisual I-Kills, 'SIQ Chcmiatry Club '51, '52. '53. 5, is 'SZQ Physics Club '53, 4 X surf - ' Norm.-x L. KRAMER, H.R. vim-5. '53, Bowling - V 'ruowis t.. KING. order comm. '52, '53, 53. XX 1 I , Q J v s , r g I W . . li .y - V O 1 i n L ' 1 . Jr L, ,JI 'gh ' MV , ' ' I ff 1 f ' K l MU! N JCR! 1 I 5 x " L .- id If - I." lg 1 Aw Rum:-II 5. Kife-r A -s . A Thomas L. Kin-1 l I A J William Il. Kinney W ' 4 i p '-1 Xl Yv ll gl,' 1 " U I ' ljlv I 9, K J, t I X ' Bernard Klt-in Peggy M, Kluttz Richard H. Korschen P I 4 Ceorgann M. Kracber J' fpgnia L. Kramer You gan- tlic bancl :intl uiajorcttc- "a big lianflu 111 tliv- football gzamf- in-rv loriiiaricce. ,N fx'-,.!VVNl.Jr1.a.!-JJJ 'Q,L,Qj'JyjJ . . X X ','l'N'!J- JA.g.l .I .1 J . Q4-Jr ,G liobcrt Kwapiau I J., fn., , 5- i"1 Carolyn ll. Lace-y 'K I ,.---,.- Ya, . . , I . NLUWB' li- liiflfl ' ,' AOBERT KWCAPIAN. '52, Library Club '52, '531 Clcf' Club '53: lntru- lilizabetli J. I.2illll8lTlA3 I CAROLYN H. LACEY HR' Sw. '52 ,535 murala 153: 'l'rack '52. '53. wif I Dance Comm. '52. '53: Sr. llaccalaiire-atc and Com- El-lZ"'BE'l'H J- laxxllfxxl- Pall"'U' f"'mlll 1' riicncenicrit Comm. '53: .Nctixity Comm. '53, Nlajor- ILO- '53- cttcs '52, '53, Fr. Play Comm. '53, Yari:-ty Show D. jg1MgI,tN llalggqyy, q',tRl.j 'gig 'ggi A,-Q flomm- 52: Iailtfao' Club '51, '52. '53: Imra- 131111, '51, 'xii 11011.-1-, '51, '1'm., Sz. IH-.A-. 'ml Q' mllfalf 51- 531 53- Sr. Play COIIIIH. A5l. '5I5: Yarivty Sliow lfouuu. . v . . - 4 .- .-, '5l. '52. '551 Drtiiuaticx '531 Film-rloguc '5l. INAINCH E. LADD, ll.R. Y.Pref. ol. 05g Dance- N I '52. '532 Quill antl Scroll '52. '53: llonor 51A4'lt'lj Comm. '52, '53, Welcoming Comm. '531 Publicity Comm. '53, Majorettes '51, '52, '531 Variety Show '52g Library Club '51, '52, '53. GEORGE 9. IA FONTAINE. Sr. Play '53 EDWARD LAMBI-IRT, D.O. '53. BARBARA A. LANG, Sr. Play Comm. '53g Vari- ety Show Comm. '52, '53, Library Club '53: Ceram- ic Club '5lg Intramural: '51, '52, '53, JOHN D. LANCE, JR., Cliief .luatice '53g ll.R. Y.PrcN, '52, '53g Dance Comm. '53, Uriler Conim. '531 Silicrlogue '52, '53, Quill and Scroll '52, '53g Adv. Cliorus '52, Sr. Play '53, Variety Show George S. La Fontaine Edward Lambert D. Marian Larson .luditn P. Launt I A '53. ll llllll l'. IAINI. NC nl. 5.53 Fopli. flaw Pres. '51, ,lr, Cla-Q Y.l're--. '521 ll.ll. Se-c.-'l'1'v-ax. 51: Sl'll0lPl Relations flonuu. 53: We-lfarc '5l: Dance Comm. '52, '53: Radio '52, '53, Library Club '51, '52, '53g llonor Socicty llistoriau 'SSM Drariiatic-. Pre-Q, '52. '5fi: fflieerlcarlcrx 153: Fe-uior Play '53: i,lll0'f'I1'r flour! '5f5. RH. ,. , . . .-X Nl. l..-XXX IUN, Sr. Play l.ouun. '53: lnlcr- Fcliool R1'l8ll0IlQ Couuu. '53, Library Club '5fl: I Draniatua nl.v ,bd Kc ZW C xi, ct 51, I It IRA LECKNER, Chess 51. A., 4 .5 15,152-4 D 7 Barbara A? J V "l""5'j'iJl1n D. Lange, .lr Rita M. Lawton 15254 ,'fQ.lllr:L,12Ti.-rin-r 1 Donald F. Ledford J. Morris Lee ficldrd' I-Ce ' ' Dieter W- Lerbs , , 1 r ry' .ludith H. Levin A 'H il - Philip Linaugh 1 'i' . " , LU Sally Ann Lock I in ll ean on - 3, ,I E. L g DONALD F. LEDFORD, Radio '51, Rifle '51, JEAN E. LONG, H.R. Sec. '51, '52, '53, Intra- D.O. '53. J. MORRIS LEE, V. Basketball '51, '52, '53, J.V. Football '51. RICHARD O. LEE, V. Football '51, '52. DIETER W. LERBS, Dramatics, '51, '52, Track '53. ,IUDITH H. LEVIN, Publicity Comm. '53, Sr. Play Comm. '53, Silver Chips '53, Library Club '53. PHILIP LINAUGH, Club '51. SALLY ANN LOCK, Silver Chips '53. Chair Comm. '53, Bowling Carmen N. Lovre Craig H. Lundberg Shirley A. Lusby Jerome I. MacDermo1t si 7 . 'EP- murals '51, '52, Knitting Club '53. 1' CARNIEN N. LOVRE, H.R. Pres. '51, Treas. '52, S.C. '53, Variety Show '51, '52, Order Comm. '52: Dance Comm. '53, Sr. Play Comm. '53, Sr. Prom Comm. '53, Honor Society '53, Library Club '51, '52, Pres. '53, Pep Club '52, Queen's Court '53. CRAIG Il. LUNDBERC, Rollers '51, '52, Radio Club '53. SHIRLEY A. LUSBY, H.R. V.-Pres. '51, Dance- Comm. '52, '53, Chair Comm. '52, Majorettf-s '51, '52, '53, Library Club '51, '52, '53. JEROME J. MACDERMOTT, Bowling '51. I 0 f f E 3 Sfudanf Uouncif ffecfioni 3 xqifacf fU.f:.'zyon.s , ani. if ',' A I I f - , --. j' 1 , H If M, ',.4' 4 f ,,A1'I JC' " f 1 . I 4. O D X owz azziofz .safz amz af fad 1' fr 1 C , . :lj 1' 9 'J 1 tum" -' 1 1 If fr . ,N , r MARGARET J. MADISON, Library Club '51, Ceramics '51, Intramurals '51, '52, '53. JOHN L. MACNUS, H.R. V.Pres. '51, Silver Chips '52, '53, Quill and Scroll '52, '53, Band '51, '52, '53, Variety Show '51, Science Fiction Club Pres. '53, , CONRAD S. MALLOY, Chair Comm. '53, Safety Comrp. '53, Dance Comm. '53, Silver Chips '52, '53t: -Orchestra '52, Intramurals '51, '52, '53, ' PATRICK MANCHESTER. KENNETH L. MARKS, H.R. V.Pres. '51, '53, Order Comm. '53, Chair Comm. '53, Dance Comm. '53, J.V. Basketball '51, ,I.V. Football '5I. ROBERT D. MARKWOOD, Football '51. QQ, f 5' "Q .Z gi ... - 4, , , 0 11 ' x 7'-' A' at ,fa ig' in . . ' 17 X 1 A 5M ..-. i ifikfas 5537 5 ,W t ff 2' v at Margaret J. Madison John L. Magnus Conrad S. Malloy Patrick Manchestt-r YVONNE Y, MARQUES, Sr. Play Comm. '53: F.Dr. and N.A. '53, Drarnatics '51. MICKEY O. MARSHALL, Dance Comm. '53, Band '52, '53. YINCENT J. MARTORANO. Silver Chips '53: Band '51, '52, '53, Sr. Play '53, Dramatirs '51, '52, '53, Intramurals '51. HANNAH L. MASON, Sr. Play Comm. '53s Dance- Comm. '52, '53, Order Comm. '52, CARE '52, Library Club '52, '53, Radio '53, Sq. llancinf '51, Rollers '51, '52, RICHARD S. MASON Radio '52, '53, Golf '52. 53. W'1LI,1AM E. 1NIA'1"I'HEW'S, Banking '52, '53, Eastern Higw Sch ol, '51, D.O. '53. I ' I' r V, V GRY., b Av ,Jar V A' TW . 4.5, ,lf -. r 1 V Q, . Q ,xv Dv 'I -YY ily. 3 "X ' 1 -Y ' ,jf ' ,T X ,F 'J' J- 1, " 1- -J" 5 W ' , ' 1. shy". ,' v' 1 M ' X, Kenneth L. Marks I yy " ' S Robert D. Markwood My ' W Yvonne Y. Marques jf, fffzr Mickey O. Marshall V , ey" SJ Vincent I. Martorano ' Q21 gh ason 1Richard S. Mason 3? nl William E. Matthews Qu.. 3" Q' """'i"4 'tis i is-vs my 3' K.. sl Nl' i Philip Mattingly Kent C. Mayne Merle McAlister Bruce R. McCabe Geraldine A. McCaslin Benjamin McCeney Patricia A. McDaniel Bruce C. McDonald BQJQIQ'-2um.k3LikcK PHILIP MATTINGLY. JB is .MJ will cy-0' ssl, Home Economics Club '51. KENT C. BIAYNE, J.V. Football '51g l.V. Basket- ball '51. MERLE MCALISTER, Dramatics '53g Bowling '53. BRUCE R. NIcCABE. .IOIIN A. McCARTllY. CERALDINE A. NICCASLIN, Praeco Argenteus '52g Aeronautics and Navigation '52g Rifle '53. BENJAMIN MCCENEY, Chair Comm. '53, Bowl- ing '5lg Rifle '5l. PATRICIA A. NICDANIEI.. Square Dance Club . y -. ,, '11 BRIICE C. MCDONALD, S.C. '53g H.R. Pres. '53g Audio Comm. '53g Election Comm. '53g Welcoming Comm. '53: Adv. Chorus '53g Sr. Play '53g Variety Show '52, '53g ,l.Y. Football '51, BRUCE MCDOWELL, Rand '51, '52, '53: Ilon- or Society '52, '53, Library Club '51, '52, '53g Store '51, '52, Manager '53g Visual Aids '52, Rifle '51, 52, '53. JOHN E. XICCILI.. Safe-ty Comm. 523 Chef Club '53g Physics Club '53g Tennis '52, '53. TERRY L. McCOVERN. John A. McCarthy 1 Bruce McDowell :wif Alf.. 'Q NJx John E. McGill Terry L. McGovern Rifwijjtrgw.. +5 if Marian Larson posed with a smile for Mr. Maclntyre, who took our senior pictures 955 Suzanne I. McGowan Ronald Mcljlierson Virginia BI. Miles Barbara J. Miller SUZ.-XNNE l. NICCOW,-KN, Sr. Play Comm. f53g C.-IRE '53: Praeco Argenteus '52g Adv. Chorus 535 Biology Club '5lg F.Dr. and NA. i52g Debat- ing Club i53Q Rifle '53g Intramurals '52, 53. RONALD MCPHERSON, Y, Football '51, '52. '53g V. Basketball '51, '52, '53g V. Baseball '52g '53. JOHN L. MEY, Chair Comm. 553g Rollers '51, ALAN D. NIIGIIELL, Sr. Class Pres. '53g Student Court '52g H.R. Pros. 551. '52, '53g xVf'lf'0IIlll'lEVkT1JA'51l':S L. MUORIQ, D.O. '53 Comm. '52g Evaluation Comm. 'SIQ Band '5l,Q3Q.i K I3 1 Q4 ,lolm L. Mc-y Alan D. Miglivll ,lay H. Miller Barbara L. llong YIRCINI,-X M. MILES. Praf-co Argf-ntf-us '52. 53: Silxer Quill '53g Sq. Dancing 153. RARB.-IRA J. MILLER, D.O. '53. JAY II. MILLER. Inter-School Relations Comm 133i Ilanm- Comm. 535 Safety Comm. '53g Library Club ,53g Radio 351. B.'XRl5.'XRA L. HONG. .-'Irt '5l. R., IIXRLTON NIOORR. JR., Intramurals '5l. .wg Discusxion Club ,515 Tumi? 52, 53. ' 'I ' ANNILNIUORE. II.R. Y.Pri--. '3lg lllay' hu Com 1. '53g noe Comm, 'Blk Intramurals ol. 52, BETTY F NIILFQ ' A ' I A3 'lj J' ii .. . 4... 7,3 lmlf' F fi, 'V' . l ll ' Inf! N ,I ' L ffl 'fl L, f ' 1 Nl 1' A "U X V v f ' I - P .1 I 71 ff I M wi 'Af , J v I . f, , ix 'jx f I ' I .' A L if I ,X L, ,iff . ' vf Betty E. Milos Lf L my R. Carlton Moore. Jr. .lames L. Moore Mary Ann Moore Thirsty .lames Nugent. Dick Korscben. and Sallee Corzine waited while Yince Klartorano and Nancy Colbert sampled the H20. ?'l" .,, 4 s A-L- -f'. -u'-a- P- - - RAYLA,-j Q. v Ii' Q f . 1 ,Ag , .lv ,ff 1'-'P "'-4 .iaf , , ...L .jg " 4 f . Q ' 4 fi 'fi U 5 Bran -naw -if ,. -f X K x K X' JM It , ' , Q .1 X . -. ,a ,. fu . i .ax ., wfcfv H- q . f ., b away ,W 75 A, Y to, is A ' as K pu yi Lqi,r1,,' .I flffu F 5 an X William J. Moore Edna M. Morse WlLLI.-XM J. MOORE. Band '52, 53g Adv. Chor- u m2 mi Yarir-ty Show 523 Rifle '51, 52. Planning Comm. '52, '53. RIIIHARIJ L. MORGAN, Rifle '52, '53. EDNA M. MORSE. D.0. 53. JO ANN MOYER, Sq. Dancing ,Sly Art Club 513 Intramurals '51, '52, '53, 52. 53. BARR.-XRX .-X. MOYERS, Sr. Play Comm. '531 Riflv 53. MARY LOL MIfLL, Silvf-r Quill '52, 533 Dance omm. 515: Sr. Play lfoniin, 53' lntramuralb 51. 'yVf..4R. - -, , .r J Wd j ' ' J 0 1-. 6 ox! Of. Xoy 0 Pj oo 5 f 0? 0 A O gl 64, 0 J Barbara A. Moyers 0 Xp 07 W. Mary Lou Mull X0 y 9 H. Dean Mullican l-,i Edward J. Murphy Nr? R. ' A. Stanley Musgrose James E. Myers 'I Shirley A. Myers M 155' y ?-l mi 6' A. S'I'.-XNLEY MUSGROYE, Library Club Q .- .fs- .fg ,f fy. , V. f - ziijghq 3 Richard L. Morgan ,lo Ann Moyer 52. .532 "B" Club '53g Sq. Dancing '5lg Phys. I:.d. ll. lll'f.'XN MlfLI.ICAN. Divvrsifiefrl Occupations. 533 EDW.-XRD J. MLRPHY. Sr. Class V.Pres. H.R. Pr:-Q. .53Q Varsity Football '51, '52, '53, '51, JAMES E. MYERS, D.O. '53. SHIRLEY A. MYERS, Sr. Play Comm. '53. GXHLP lf. NAIQMAN, Sr. Play Comm. '53g Sil- wr Chips 53: Rollers '52, 533 Bowling '53, Gayle E. Nauman I.. lfgling nu- .1 rlx5l1 jnla for Nunn' llrrmn. J:-un tram-r, .lfl21llIl" Nm.-ll, Fallv-v llurzinf-, l"'ug3 Nlarlumoll. JHHH lzalon. and Pvnny livyvr willl a valv- l1'I'lil pf-p rallx' to lwufl. .Xllwrt D. Nvrrwcf-k Kayv P. Nivllola Katlwrinr N ll'll0lr0I'l .lolln N. Parater ir , ,Y I. .Xl.lZl1R'l' ll. NFNII I Hx I-.N-lull '31, Kill-1 I'. XICIIOLF. llranita High School. Salt Lalita lfily. lftalx '5l. '52, K.X'l'lIlQRlNH J. Nil llllI.f1JN. NI. lxXIlll,P.l.N N1Jli'l'llRl l'. lnl--lllnnn Mlmrn. 53: Sr. Play COINIII. 53: Xarlvty Fllow lllillllll. 'Sli Silxer fllllllx '53: Lilwrary lflnly 53: llunlio Cllull 'SISL Sq. lianring '3l. 515: lIllI'LiINllI'iil- '3l. 52. JOY Nl'I'T.'XLl.. Lilrrary lllnll 'Slip Riflf- Clnlf '33g lntramurals 153. :T L. OLINGICR. JR.. Yiruul Aids '51. 36-Z l ," Q S Q ly' M2325 .M . lfwllf ll. Kathleen Northrup Ginger A. Parker Gs L U9 J Y' s . L J Q 'YJ X1 'Q 4 QN I 1 . Joy Nurtall Robert E. Parks 'Q A . FIUWIP J, UNIEY. JR.. I r. lloxillg '33, .lOl IN X. l'.XRA'l'l-IR. Illfdlllllfillx il. A32 lflxlflxlx X, l Xlxlxlplx. Nil. ol. .v.'11 l.lLi-N Trvaf. ml. 'SLZL ll.li. llI'4'N. 'S 1 Yurivly Slum' '31, ul: l.lnw'1lv-.uIf-1'- .m.Z. l..lpI.11n -1.51 lxlll1'4'llN Lourt 1.3. R0lllfR'l' lf. P.-XRKF. llanrl '5l. 132. 33: Trafk ml. 'Sli R0lllfR'l' YK.. PARRY. UO. 53. l..-XWlRFNlQlf C. PARSLEY, Track, '52, 553. 71?-9.z'.f,,Q,' , ' ' 1 ff!--l. J .K NY - 0 L1-stcr L. Olinger, Jr Robert W. Parry fv. f . 4 J v L, f ' 'N' 1 R' to . 1 4 Ln- 1 Floyd J. Oney, Jr. Lawrence C. Parsley w 'llautnf 'Za . 'T 1""b xl' Irv ill... J 6 355 C 4-1-rv i f NJ I l I W 'mum I 'XJ J ' ,L Hugh Paul Peggy R. Pclicano 'jShirl2yL Z A i sl ' ML. Rolland Pitt f Ll' C lL Pl Cs M5 b n , 1 arro . att ' tx- - , Shirley A. Plummer N . ' ' . --Nsfs. ---sf.. If-.,.,.,,,, -.--LJ x INA-" s"PaQjcia A. Poehlman ,LLL ' ,Q 5 5 ,Q N t Mx Ai -N - ' 4 un- R, ,-.MM t, . ll' , ' Alfredo Posada I5 U -Q' 'T 'Q' ' --I .xg 'Is '. N...-, R -- --Y.: wal., , Lg- .. - -- x,.,..,1, ' , -. X . .-....lA, s',3.,1 , . .,,-, ..-,l 5 1 sN""5-fi! A sf 'qvf-.-4 'o 5- " ' '--25" ' s, """W U ' ' In '-' HUGH P.'Xl'LI..iD.O.. '53.' i K , . '53g CKRE 'Sly F.l-IA. '51, '52g Pep Club '52g Rex. va s -0 " ' A va N PEGGY R. I'El.IC.-XNDCIYR. '51. M A SHIRLEY KI. PHILLIPS. Dan:-e Comm. '53g Sr. Play Comm. '53g Silver Chips .531 Library Club '53: Rolls-rs '52. '53: Sq. Dancing '51. L. ROLL.-IND PITT, Jewelry '5l. CARRJXL L. l'L.-ITT. Ord:-r Comm. '52g Sq. Danc- ing '5l. SHIRLIQY A. PLLNINIER. Sr. l".H.A. '53g Pep Club '52g Knitting Club '53: Intramurals '52, '53. 'Sqn-lry' '523 Bowling '5l. .s-4 I Al1H2iDo'fos,xDA, som-f '53g Rifle '53, .. -,Lug g, BARBARA II. POTTER, Intramurals '51g Rifle '53. JOANNE POWELL, Sr. Class Sec. '53g H.R. Y.Pres. '52g Dance Comm. '52g Cheerleaders '53g Sq. Dancing '5lg Queen's Court '53. . DONALD E. POWER, S.C. '5lg Band '51, '52. ' 231 53: Biology Club '51g IV. Football '51, ' . x L FRANCES V. PRAISNER, Sr. F.II.A. '53g Knit- 6 'Vi PATRICIA A. POEIILNIAN, Dance Comm. '52, ting Club '53g Intr urals '51, '22, '53. , g .lt-C-44-1, it . 4 I n I L I 1 I4-0 ,t N , .W f "' ' ' f'7 Barbara BI. Potter .loanne Powell ,Ja X Donald E. Power Frances V. Praisner 'Z , p , fs., I .fl - I ' . C7434 cz saab uf 1' n s g I sl, - 1 v C g, I V . ,. ' aim Enhance 'mama and face-- Ug Sanioz Ugziffaz A . . , , f' .I '-v'I ' ' JL rr W if: .M ff XD' '-1 gg M S445 - I, .1 ' ' '. lt .I A' ' fir -xl 1 A' , ,' lr" ,I NS . j I I V . y' N1-.f',l 'A I' ,Q I K' ag," 'ax 'I 45 I I L' ' F ," UM. ELEANOR PRENTISS, CARE '52, Home Arts '51, Bowling '51, D.O. '53. A. SIDNEY PROBST. CAROL L. PURSELL, Order Comm. '52, '53, Publicity Comm. '53, Sr. Play Comm. '53, Sr. Class Ring Comm. '53, Dance Comm. '52, '53, Art Club '51, Rollers '52, '53, Bowling '51, '53, Sq. Dancing '51. BETTY A. QUICKEL, Calvin Coolidge High School, Washington, D.C. '51, '52, D.O. '53. L. ELIZABETH QUINTER, Silverlogue '52, '53, Quill and Scroll '53, Dramatics '51, F.H.A. '53, Knitting Club '53, Intramurals '51, '52, '53. M. Eleanor Prentiss A. Sidney Probst Carol L. Pursell Betty A. Quickel Quill '52, '53, Honor Society '53, Photography '5I. RICHARD A. RAIOTTE. HUBERT C. RAWLINCS, Football '51, Basket- ball '5I. MARTHA A. REEVES, Sr. Play Comm. '52, CARE '53, Silver Chips '53, Intramurals '53. MICHAEL R. REINECKE, Sr. Play Comm. '53, Art Club '53, Rollf-rs '52, '53, ROBERT A. REINHOLD, Bowling '5I. XIARIAN J. REYNOLDS, I-I.R. Sec. '51, Safety Comm. '52, Dance Comm. '53, Sr. Announcement Comm. '53, Sr. Play Comm. '53, Adv. Chorus '52. '53, Variety Show '51, Library Club '51, '52, " Z RIJSSELLQ M. RAHN, Chair Comm. '53,' Silver F.T.A. '52, '5 ' ntramurals '5I. ,xy I ,iw tion- , ...tt is .i Y ld: u il I K .ffl 2 r' , w'IA.' Fu, ff ' X ' Q, 1" t X -Q . . . z , fx- 'I' 131' "tl ""ui""1 'l of f 'I' l L. Elizabeth Quinter ll I "' A ,'." ' Al, y x" M." 4 RusselIM.Rahn Ci' ' Q lv. .1 rf, da! A! ai Q' 'Ulf 'Richard A. Rajotte Cv. 3 I 6" . .5 ' .L ' NJ l L," I," fl 'A' gf v.'r'Hubert C. Rawlings rf A' ,S ' I I 'I ' ' H ' ' ' t' 'Martha A. Reeves Michael R. Reinecke Robert A. Reinhold Marian .I. Reynolds 'W-Q 194 ,G TJ' S-rf ai U 1404! X x ' nk- to Ddlnifglfbidihnlsorb ' CPr1:1s'N. Rohinion Cathryn 11. R0gl1'f4 H. Elizalwtli Rngvrg C315 H-,ROIllSf'1'l f 1 C1iff0!11 11. Royftvr lrwin Ruhr-n LW C. Ru-vll Q p ' AJ A . 1 N. ,, ,. O!N1E B. Rlfll FOX, St. Play Comm. i532 52. 53: Riflf- 512. 'SEQ lntramxiral- 311' 321' 1- Q 'MRF '53 x C1 "2 D ' P1 1 'W X 1' "'. 9 ' 'Hmmm' "' IRWIN Hliaiiw. .1 il, Q, Hg' jlffgf JR8Bk,l:m3i 1.1111 41. RISSICI1. m1,11.'i1,' mmm. 'frzfifiilveir 1 utgy 552 1 , I . 1 1 . . 5 11 I 'I 10 i Ib ll 151' H 1 1 ' fH,mFRm, M ROCFRQ mnol. mix. n1.,..'.- rznmm. 232. 'ssaz S11Vl:Tf'K flhipx '31 Mlv. Nlgr. A3111 Quill ansl Fvroll 'Slip fr'7-L 11. 1f1.1Z.'K111f'1'11 ROGERS. ffommerrial lligll lilffaf! 1111111 .531 Yairirty Show '51 i332 512 1'1L13' in School. Faxunnah, Cvorgia '51, '52, iiornni. 53: Howling 1.1lI1l '31 'Rig lntraniurul- 'f1. i-2. Jl'1.I.-K .1 Rooms, Sq. Dam-ang 's3. ' 1 l..X1'1U1,HN -1. FXLIIF. 11.11. lr:-ax. .111 l'l11vli1'iIy ,IFAN Nl. RO'1'11fQ1'i11, lntvr-School Rv-1ationG 1jf,mm, A32g llunw 1Qomni. 453: Silwr Quill 'SLZZ fx Comm. '.3f1g llunw- Comm. 53: 1.ihrary 1111111 '51-3: Sill.-r ljhip. '32, '5j1,3 5,i.m.,. Fil.ti0n mul, 33: lntramurale '31, 53. HH-xl Trpaxl 'Sl' C1.11"1"OH1J 11. ROYSTER. llunting and Fishing W11.1,1:XN1 J. S11.'1'1fR. llafkc-tlvall '31, V4 l'0-4 ' ..1 K . vw I -7" frma Rngwf I , 4, , ,. ' , - f" Carol Ryan 'JCL farolvn J inli- HQZ' 1 1 1 !Wi11iamJ. Salle-r . Z-1 1' I 1 X 1 Aff 4 1 - ff . , I V VJ 4 What a day! Hike Sheehan, Judy Shapiro, Paul 11arriQ. and Max Black- burn Counlfll the minute-Q 'til a bug' day of school ended. l3..,9v4-MOR. Nl I . , , ' x 1 5 ,,. ,AQ . 5 'fi 'K 1 'Q 'fix 1 . I 6 I YDQGQQ vi...--' Q , ev Alfred G. Sansone Stanley J. Santorios Patricia A. Sartwell William .l. Saut-rs Frederick A. Schnabele Robert C. Schneiter Allen H. Schwartz Morton J. Sclar ZW! Cv-HQ . wa MJ.- cz f-WWHIK... W W we 1 ALFRED G. SANSONE. ' Chair Comm. '53g Publicity Comm. '53. STANLEY J. SANTORIOS. PATRICIA A. SARTWELL, Orchestra '51, '52g Sq. Dancing '51. WILLIAM J. SAUERS, D.O. '53. SHIRLEY T. SCARLIS, Orchestra '51, '52, '53g Library Club '51. FREDERICK A. SCHNABELE, V. Football '51, '52, '53g Baseball '51, '52, '53. ROBERT C. SCHNEITER, Order Comm. '53g ALLEN II. SCIHIWVARTZ, Basketball '51, '52, '53g Baseball '52, '53g Football '53. MORTON J. SCLAR, Biology Club '51. ROBERT L. SEAIVIAN, Sr. Play Comm. '53g Sil- verlogue '52, '53g Library Club '51g Biology Club '5lg Football Manager '51, 152. '53. BETTY J. SEDBERRY, D.O. '53. D. QUINCY SEEBOLD, Sr. Play Comm. '53g Art Club '5lg Jewelry '51g Bowling '53g Knitting Club '53. 'S 'A 4' .5 . I If Kr -,N 13:7 Shirley T. Scarlis Robert L. Seaman Betty .I. Sedberry D. Quincy Seebold The Christmas spirit was in action as Freddy Craver, Warren Kafka, Car- men Lovre, Jim Shoris, Don Hert- felder, Tommy Spann, and Joy Nut- tall decorated the annual Library Club Christmas tree. f 'l ., MSW- ' 710 tile-Q? 'ijzllfil ' ' U' 4 ' 5 .. . , , 5. dis Cyfifziifmaa usafz Xa " A .'q. nl 0.15.61 s 1? f X 5 , we' . ,fu Q Nun s an tv- IF' erin I I I fl Ecffbcuff 6750405 .L Afllf' I fb 'J' fl u . ' " a " .'.X.',.g.J ff,-L5 J L 'T '.-3-s ,. .. tc . -fl 1- ff' ., t f ,,,,.f",.Q0"'AW FQ. l .,- l' 'nffzff Charles G. Shamigian Judith A. Shapiro PA fy rr... l b Michael J. Sheehan . Nira Sheintal J ' l A ,U- M W, ,-5, 'f-'f"'-,.,.,.1.fg2ff"3' 1- 55, CHARLES G. s Afyleht-tvfifo. 3 KGMLD K. s PLER, clit-niastfy Club '24 JUDITH A. SHAPIRO, Ways and Means Comm. '53g Silverlogue '53, F.H.A. '5Ig F.Dr. and N.A. '53g Pep Club '52, MICHAEL J. SHEEHAN, Chair Comm. '53g Dance Comm. '53g Silver Chips '52, '53g Praeco Argenteus '52. NIRA SHEINTAL, Praeco Argenteus '53g Li- brary Club '53g Dramatics '51. CAROL N. SHELBY, Silver Chips '52, '53g Dramatics '5Ig Intramurals '52. SANDRA 0. SHEPLEE, H.R. Sec. '52, Evalua- tion Comm. '51g Sr. Announcement Comm. '53g Sr. Play Comm. '53, Silverlogue '52, '53g Variety Show '51, '52, '53g Banking '52, Rifle '53g Knit- ting Club '53g Art Club '51, '52g Intramurals '51. Carol N. Shelby liir, yj ,ff Sandra O. Sheplee Xl. ri! Ronald K. Shepler -fl ' ,ff -.- .1 Ralph W. Sherman ,ff J' J Doanld E. Shope J .IHYHCS I- Shvris 526' eb. Multi-Science Club '53g Soccer 53. RALPH W. SHERMAN, Order Comm. '52g Sr Play '53g Library Club '53g Graphic Arts Club '51 '52 1 DONALD E. SHOPE, Band '53, JAMES J. SHORIS, Rifle '53, Bowling '5l. JOHN E. SHORT, Chemistry Club '53g Photo- graphy '53g Sq. Dancing '5lg Rollers 1535 Track '52, SANDRA I.. SHRIVER, H.R. NLPYES. ,531 AC- tivity Comm. '53g Dance Comm. '53g Sr. Baccalau- reate and Commencement Comm. '53g Sr. Playf Comm. '533 Variety Show Comm. '52g CARE '83g Silver Quill '53, Band '52, '53g,wjhrary Clllb Intramurals 52, '53. I 'fl " 1 f 'I 'I fl I ,O fl t If I S p 1 f" -f I. 'fx I I fl W 1.11 r - If -I f s .' ,, A , 0 f' 14' I John E. Short If fcandravl.. Shriver I ' , 1 1 ' V n .J . , il li wa- thru- o'1-luck in Ihr- morning and fine- "lump" 4in Ihv- fur:-grounsll tri:-ll for 40 winke lie-tw-r-ri gnqip. food. liillfllllvl' anil 1-lla Shirley A. Shriver Sandra J. Simmone Joseph Skinner Joan B. Spcsick pw W 5' rw P ' - QQ ffm, SHIRLEY A. SllRlVl'ili. Dance Comm. '53g CARE '31 53: llomr- Arts Cluli 'Sli lntramuralx '51, mf. 53. SANDRA J. SIMMONS, Fr. Play Comm. '53g Filwr Chips '53: Rollvrs '5l. 52. A531 Bowling '3.'i. JOSEPH SKINNER. AI.I3I-QRT S. SKOCJIDNID, Lewis and Clark High Srhool. Spokanv. Washington '51, '52. Cl..-SIRI-Q E. SMITH, ll.R. Pres. ,SL Sec. '52g Silwr Chips 53: Variety Show '5lg Library Club if Ax fl if iii 7 Q. Fr I C n MM m 2, 'li 'Q' N 'l'llUNlX5 C. SIVXNN. lfnmbull '5l. '52, '53g lntraiinuralf '51, '52, '53. JOAN IE. SPFSIKIK. PlllLll' lf. 9Pll'iKl'fRlll.-XN. Sr. ll8CC3l3llT'f'2llf' and Commf-nr'vmPnt Crwnini. 533 llunting anil Fixliing Cluh 'Blix Dfhhating i53Q Sacramvnto High '51, '52. RICHARD M. SPH-IS, Welcoming Comm. '53, JANIICF E. STACHCRA, Intramurals '51, DO. '53. I.ORli'l'TA L. FTANERSON, H.R. Troas. '52g -51. -52: Inmmmrals -51, -52, -53' Dance- Con 1.-'5i5USaff-ty Comm. '53g CARE '52g Library f' 535 Sq. Qgncing i5l. '53g Intramur- WARREN va: SNOOTS, no. 53. als jsy,',5g,,'f6ig.'LgWQj ' L 1 I W Q ff r pjnw . ' . J. Q ' L Q ,N IJ' 5-,-fffvflf , J, if Allivrt S. Skoglund Clairrf lf. Smith if Warrvn XY. Fnoots llmniae C. Spann 'hilip E. Spivlwrnian Hicharil Nl. Spies ,Ianni-N E. Starhuru l.urr-Ita L. Stan'-rfon X. Wifi' 4?-G.. ik, wi 1 V -3 ff" M' Janet FL LteirnaiI'If:75?7:J Ff'Richard R. Stems 1115! lku VX- '74, I ,jj x MA'rffb f' .M f , '.Jf: 'ff Af, A 'i, yl,I KU ' AQ I Ar Ll J: 'f Ii ,nb 72 , ol Q' 1-j,,'f". 7Pr' W A I ' Q, r . Nfvrw, I ' f' 1 .,f'1,lf f 'ff ,'A 'I .-' -1 1 l, J 'JI cl f lr JANET K. STEINMILLER, Sr. Play Comm. '53, Silxerlogue '52, '53, Library Club '51, '52, '53, Sr. F.H.A. '53, Intramurals '51, '52, '53. RICHARD R. STERNS, Rifle '51, '52, '53. JANE E. STONE, Sq. Dancing '51, Intramurals ol. JOHN N. STRAIQGHN, Hunting and Fishing '52, Photography '51, Rifle '51, '52. CLIFFORD M. STRETMATER, S.C. '52g H.R. Pres. '51g Chair Comm. '53, Dance Comm. '53, Chef Club '53. SHIRLEY M. STROSNIDER, ,R tjio '52, Bowl- ing '51, D.O. '53. J 9 - f f " , + 1 ARNOLD 1. sussmlw, ik. Basketball '51. 1 , V 1 W , . Af ' I .15 , ,cw J' L ' ' xg, J Richard Siivinnerton I, Lfvllhoda J. Taylor Franklin G- Teran' I. Joyce Tereshenko E. y fJane E. Stone John N. Straughn 1 -"- -1 rf Clifford NI. Stretmater 1.-'gif 'uf 'X F! Shirley M. Strosnider ,. i I I 5' ,fi Arnold J. Sussman ll 6 'I .f Marilyn M. Swafford 1 I Y, 1 V, If . MARILYN M. SWAFFORD, Safely Comm. '53, Dance Comm. '53g CARE '52, Adv. Chorus '52, '53, Library Club '53, Sq. Dancing '51, '53, Intra- murals '5I, '52. J. RICHARD SWINNERTON, H.R. V.Pres. '53g Bowling '5l. RHODA J. TAYLOR, Sr. Announcement Comm. '53g Dance Comm. '52, '53g CARE '53, Jr. New- man Club '52g Jewelry '52, Pep Club '52g F.H.A. '52. FRANKLIN C. TERAN, Tennis '52, '53g Boxing '52, '53g Soccer '53. I. JOYCE TERESHENKO, H.R. Sec. '53, Rollers '53g Intramurals '53. VY? ,L -J .D -ss, XS, 4 :Eg f' Na. 27, 7, Tawx '!"'tL' ,i7'rj,, El", '11 f V TIT. if ' V 92611 i' 1 ef sw 73, . ic, 'vf Y .51 ' 'Yfkf 'Q E". 'zifz ana! glzcizgz Shade' fga Wim Uenffuf ,- sl, guddanfy jf fiflfcm Gi 1'- iv 's une of 1953 P 1 fl , -'J X, In u :IQ f ROBERT TERRETT. RICHARD N. THAYER, Rifle '5lg .Iewlry '51: D.O.'53. JOHN O. THOMEN, Sr. Play Comm. '53, Biology Club '5l. WILLIAM F. THOMPSON, School Relations Comm. Chairman '53, Safety Comm. '53, Dance Comm. '53, Chair Comm. '53, Evaluation Comm. '51g Sr. Play Comm. '53, Band '51, '52, '53, Vari- ety Show '51, '52, '53, Discussion '51, Library Club '53, Radio Club '51, Physics Club Pres. '53. MARY ANN THREN, Rollers '52, D.O. '53. THOMAS L. TOMPKINS, S.C. '52, Student Court '51, '52, '53, H.R. Pres. '51, '52, Chair Comm. Thomas L. Tompkins Emerick W. Toth Barbara A. Traynor William H. Turner Jan Unklesbee if 1? no ' " "x v- .N5 -- I-1 I , 1 25? L ' X lui ffv.t:.'n if I-me Jef - ' Robert Terrett Richard N. Thayer John O. Thomen William F. Thompson '51, CARE '51, Library Club '52, '53, .I.V. Basket- ball '51g Y. Basketball '52, '53, Intramurals '51, '52, '53. EMERICK W. TOTH, Welfare Comm. '53, Ways and Means Comm. '53, Band '51, '52, '53, Library Club '53. BARBARA A. TRAYNOR, F.Dr. and N.A. '53. WILLIAM II. TURNER, V. Football '51, '52, Co-Captain '53, V. Basketball '51, '52, '53, Track '52, '53. JAN UNKLESBEE, Jewelry '51. VERNON YAN DYNE, Track '52. HENRY A. VAN LOWE, H.R. Sec. '53, Bowling '51, Vernon Van Dyne Henry A. Van Lowe S' if - Q QQ,-bg YT'5fx" I wire 'Y G3 Henry H. Vechery 3 C., Vernon Vickers Eugene Wahlstrom Dorothy R. W'alker Roberta J. 'Wdker A .1 The-lrna C. Wallace E. Furn Welton Charles F. Warburton ", " , Af, - L -I gif- Cf' -Sffl az, . ' I , . L I l . r, X 1 .,,4 ,1 HHYRY ll. YER1IlllfliY. l.ilnr:1ry flluln '32, '33: 'l'llPfl.Nl.X ll. W'Xlll.Xlfl", 5r, Play Comm. '33: lla-1-lrall lflulm '3l, '32, '3fl: llflwlillgl '-3l: lliifvllllll l".llr, ami XX. '33, llfilllliillff '33, lntramurals '32 '3l. '32, '3f4: llllflilllllfillx '3l. '32, '3.'l. 4 -Ivv lf. I-'PRN NN vXlfl'0N, Y.l'rvf, '3fl: llansl '32. '3.'l: 'A' Xltllxox' xH'kl"R5' HR' Inu" 323 Rm" llollwrx '31, Sw, '32, Sq. llilllflllgl '3l: lnlrumurulx '3l: 'l'r114'k '32, -gli 32- '33 lil HICYIC W.XIII.S'l'RONI. ., ,., . llllllllllll ll. 33 Xlllxlzll, llunre- CUIIIHI. '33g Sil- LH Xlillli lf, NYXRHI RI-JN. KVXLPII lf. Wkllll, lllnair llmnm. '3.'5g llunl-1 l'rr-. 4.1 AA 4, .ts xc-r Quill '3lg Filwrlugm- '31, '32, - . . Y Q u 4' if 4 'Big "B" Llulm '31, 32. 3.3: N. lwmtlxull ol. -12. " FYFIIY lf. Vs'Xl.Klfll. ll.ll. Fe-1-, '31, l're--, '33: '35, X. lla-ke-rlmll '3l. '31Z. '3fl: lluwluall '31 '3fl. l'1'.1wn XFQIVIIIVIIN '33, Art fllulw '3l3 llowling: '5l. Fl XXNNIC XXlf.XNlfll, Il,ll, Sw. '3l. X.l'ra-x. '32 llUlilfll'l'X ,l. WXl.Klfll. Slf, '3l3 ll.ll. Y,l're--. ,rl 'mlm 4j1,m,,,, 'Rig WQXHIC '32: Fllxv-r tluill '32 '3l. l'rv-. '32, Sw, '3.'l: .-Xue-nllrly ifmnnl. '32, -33. Quill :mil gl.,.,,H 1355: llibrury mul, ji. '33 lflmziirnmn '333 Fr. l'rmn lfmmn. '3flg Imnfw- ffmnm. -5551 Iyrulmmu 'Sl' '3Ql: Yurivly Slum' '3l. 1321 llrrnor Sfwivty '32, A '3IS: l.il1rury lflulu '31, '32, '3flg xIZ1j1ll'Q'll1'N '3l. XYll.l.lXNl H, Wlfllli. Hvrllvrx '3l. '3l '3Ilg '-32. 353 l1llIl'l'Il'N lfuurt '33, -. r-uvlry 'Bla ll,U, '33, HH-lyn lf. 3Y'.1ll'U'r ing Fw-nior Pfwlllflllli. lhlplu 1. Xlurfl F11z.mnv XM-xxx,-r Xxlllllllll ll, XY'-hh llu-wll Rllllll prom-ll tn ln' qmtr- llvlp- ful In llwttv l.m1 ll'-rgmann sslnlw Ntmly- GJ I s ,JM 1.a Ye-rnv 17. W 44 .-limi .1011n R. Wivklf-in 1. 5 Z2 1 , bv 17 bv S-A 14 11 I . ri. Jay Wtmmmii u 'iiiflaqar Af w'hi'tQ ' ' , 'cyiif-ef P, whit.- lh' Ann Wignall .r"' 'lane' lf. Wilr1rrmU't11 . liarlmara -,1. Wilkw ' - - ' ,I b-, . . . , s ,. , , . . . ,, 1.1 mimi: F. WELILNS, Welcoming Comm. -J,xxr:f:, u'1LngP.ML'ru', Sf. 1a.1ft-.4iLt..fez1'tl- anrl 52. 'ssl 1-..i,1imy Comm. '5l. '52, 'sag sf. PIL,-f Conun,-ncemtlnt 'CbTl1IIl. '53: Uancqa Copgm-. 1351: film-r Qui11,"52g. Sifverloghl- '52, '53: ,Quill antl Scroll lfwrnni. '53: llanve Comm. '52, '53g Silver Qui11A 52. '53g Orchestra '51, '52, '53: Library Club '53:"11qn61" Sqciety '53g'1.i11rary Club '51, '52 '53: 51, '52. '53g Majorettes '51, '52, '53g Intramurals ' 1ntramura1s'.'51. '52,"'53. ' 51, '52 ' ' 1' ' f ' BARBARA' . WILKES. 11.R. S '. 71. T - s. T2. iz. JAY WIIITCOMB, Band '51, '52, ss. Library J - ' C' ' "3 ' Pres. 233: Activity Quiitnl. Chairman '53: Sr. Bac- fjlub '51. 52. '53: Fiore 51, '52. '53. valaurvale antl Comitn-in-vin:-rlt Comm. 33: Silver A 11.v'xHB'1R.-X .-1. V1'Hl'1'1f, Sr. 1-'.11.A. '53g Knitting Club '33: lntramurals '51. '52, '53. Quill '51 '5.'i: Variv-ly Show fionnn. 'SLZQ 1.i1irary llluh '31, '51 '1'r1-ae. '5f1: lltinur Surivty '51 '5l1: 111lflRl'1ll'L11N '.11. '31 01.1Y1'f11 P. W111'I'1'1. liiolugy Club '51g Rolls-rx .m1. 52. .m3. DENNIS W11.I.1 1515. 1-'tmtlmll '31. '32: 11.0. 1321. WILL1.-XXI 11. WHITTEN, lianml '52. '53: Plmtow ,lruphy '31: Ni-ual .-'xitlg '5l1 fllwrnislry Club '52g Nrzie-rn'-v Firtion 'ffluli '53, X1 X1111.1"XN 11 11.1.1 1119. 5i1xvr1ng1114"5f'11 11an1'i '331 1'.11.1. 'Sli 11 1111112 '5-51 Rollvr- 'tall lrllra- inuralx 111. 52. '53, JOHN R. WICKLEIN. Bawhall '51, '52, 53. 111-Q ANN WIGNALI.. H.R. V.Prf-s. '52: Dance PEUILY W11.1.1AN1S. 11.11. Pres. '51. X.1'rv-. '52: flomm. 153: Filwrlogue '52. '53g F.H..-X. '53g PQB f1'+J1t-mining iionnn. '5.'1: Rnllvr- 52: Nlajrm-tt:-f '51. 1.11111 '52: Dramatic '51 VLA' t52. '53, William 15. W'11ittr'n f 1. , I V4 ld Dennis Williams P' 14 uafiiynn J. wnliams Peggy Yilliams I '11-A -1-vin' ya . Rude-11 Kifvr antl x.4'f ll P llolilw Fund 1f'ft to catch a late hu-. -Q! ' I gfzcicfuafiolf- y cf goocfgy fo Bfabz ROBERT E. WILLIAMS, Chair Comm. '53, Foot- ball '5l, Track '51, '52, '53. WAYNE A. WILLIAMS, Intramurals '51, '52, '53 HOMER WILLS. MARY C. WILSON, Sr. Baccalaureate and Com- mencement Comm. '53, Silver Quill '52, Ecl.-ln- Chief '53, Library Club '53, Intramurals '52, '53. KENNETH W. WILTSHIRE, Silver Quill '51, '52, Quill and Scroll '52, '53, Biology Club '51, Intra- murals '51, '52. MARY Y. WOLFE, F.Dr. and N.A. '53, Bowling Club '53. THELMA R. WOLFREY, Inter-School Relations Comm. '53, Sr. Announcement Comm. '53, Dance I, f f - I P Kenneth W. Wiltshire 'A A 't X Mary v. Wolfe I C ' 1 I . -A' Thelma R. Wolfrey ' M. Penrod Wood Barbara S. Workman Thomas L. Wright Lf 1. Q Xu be ' Robert E. Williams WHYUC A- Williams Hgmer W'iII5 Mary C. Wilson Comm. '53, Library Club '53, Pep Club '52, F.H.A. '51, Intramurals '51, '53. M. PENROD WOOD, S.C. '53, H.R. Sec. '51, Activity Comm. '53, Sr. Play Comm. '53, Dance Comm. '52, '53, Silver Quill '52, '53, Variety Show '51, '52, Quill and Scroll '52. '33, Library Club '51, '52, '53, Radio Club '52, '53, Rifle '53, Intramurals '51, '52, '53. BARBARA S. WORKMAN, Sr. Play Comm. '53, Dramatics '51, Bowling '51. THOMAS L. WRIGHT, Honor Society '53, Photo- raphy '51, Visual Aids '51, MARTHA WUBNIC-, Silver Chips '52, '53, Or- chestra '53, Sr. Play '53, Silver Quill '52, '53, Science Fiction Club '53, Intramurals '52. .IACQLELINE C. WYYEL, D.0. '53, l X n . f Martha Wubnig Jacqueline cf Wyvel IUQ -' - me in T5 lv' 01" I f z 'X A 'Nm . f s I 5 ' ' ,x f 'h 4 'V fy 1 4 1 - J 1 , Chalk tlust flew at 3:30. Saivly Shriver 'W " and Barbara Wilkes wihldc-tl tlfe eraiers. 5 1 5 A - S l o I 'X WILLIAM YATES, Sr. Play '53, MARILYN M. YOUNG, Jewelry '51. R. EARL Z.'llfCC. BARBARA Y. ZEAK. I S 5 ' Q 4 5 '52, '.53g Library '51, 52, 533 Home Arts ,52g Intramurals '51, '52. JANET It ,ZIiRI'iINC, Inter-School Relations Comm. '531 Sr. Play Comm. '53g Adv. Chorus '52, '53g Dramatics '52g Sq. Dancing ,51Q Science Fiction Club 53: Rollers '5l': Rifle 153. M.-'RRY C. ZEN5. H.R. Sec. '5lg Welcoming Comm, 53: Urtler Comm. '52, '53g Yarivty Show Comm. BETTY M, ZLCKIZR, Sr. Play Comm. '53g Ac- '5l. .522 Silverlogtie '52. '53: Quill and Scroll tivity Comm. 53. . ,L ffiI,tw::vy+ 'Iwi N 'K' . .iw wlgkbf . . ge sp' William Yates , f XXX C . .J Oy - il ' Marilyn M. You 'y 4,9 R. Earl Zaugg N Ur I Barbara Y. Zeak ,-bless' Mary C. Zens Janet R. Zerfing Betty M. Zucker f- 57' Y f f-I -y Uv . s - 9 J ,N , , .ar , Ss W I . gasif- X , X 1 Senior .'xHIl0llIlL'4'Ill4"Ill fl0IllIIllllt't'. Left In fl-'!1f. I C ,4 5, uwer: rm' l: Fanufru Sli:-plw. llill4'lIIILl Will: x 'Vlir ld Nira Sllf'lI!l8l. Shirley Lusby. Naomi Bowman. Rau' 2 5anmlra Hakr-r. Joymw- lllreflwriko. Nldr an urom N1 Corzine. Jake Wizklein, Saul llonigflmrg. Senior Paccalaurefte and Cnimencemin Committee. Left to righl: Nancy Colbert. ,lane Wildermznh. Carol Chase. Mary' Wilsim. Shirley Fhriwr. Carolyn Lacey Senior Prom Committee-. Left to riehfz Chloe Duxall, Martha Jeni, Georgia Clax- ton. Roberta Walker, Clark Foulke. Bob Adams. Zillah Hoey, ,loan Heilman. l.a Verne Wellens. pf AJYW M ,I ang, JVM fo 9352 Senior Executive Committee. Left to right Bill Thompson. Carmen l.ovre. Joan Heil man. Carol Chase, Barhara Wilkes, Pen ny Wood. 7' SENIOR PLAY CONI5llT'l'l'fE. Left to right: 'lf Wright. H. Fraley, P. Wood. J. Lannt. "Committee meeting this afternoon. All members must attend. lmportantl Behind Closed doors. mysterious rush meetings were held during sixth periocl or crammed in Sandwich style at lunch- time. :Xlthough sou lliflll-I then anfl never will realize that there 4-oultl he so mush work involvefl. it took a lot of work lo keep senior tlnze anti avtivities running smoothly. 77 ouifa sacgacf fgs Gyaffway Eiflcvzg mix' x x Q, l-P vx q-.. ! ! A i 'Os aug 7' 'ay q'f-w in F. Y" '- Thea offii ialx of Ilia- junior bla-X ui-rv-1 Iicili Iiarnliart. Trva-urr-r: Rmln.-5 Mix. Xiiw--Vrewiil--iii: 'l'vri'y liiik-. Prv-iiif-nt: 111115 liiixlarx. Nw 1'fAIaI'y. :XS Nf'If'f3IlN of two yr-arf. yuii harl lvarmil thi- mp:-Q and wr-rv familiar with thw routine' at Iilair. Pax! wphu- Inurvs and flitiirr fe-niwr-. you wiijuyf-wi a ple-axaiit year hr-ing VJVI of tin' -trong Junior 4-la--. 'X Lhrixtmax pavkagv for Riflwrt fjiiigxlfy -tarix a himiev rofini nff on a plvaxant noir, Allmger Jerry Abbot, Charles Abernathy, Howard Abrams, Harry E. Acree, Anna Bell Adams, Audrey Mae Ahl Ruth Almone Celeste Altchl on James Alford Alton Allure Kay Allen ,Ierrv Alle n Stuart Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Andrews Alle n ack Martha Ray Betty Andrews Patncla Appleby Nancy Ashmore Betty Ann Ault Bette Baller Conrad Balder on Nancy Baldwin Nancy Balentme Robert Balxle George Ball Earl Bankhead John Barbee Clarence Barbot Noel Beattx Bruce Bealtx George Beam Georgette Beauchamp Bruce Beck Robert Becker Nlartha ,lane Becker Nlelw m Bedo Gerard Belford Katherme Bell Anne Bell Betts Bennet Bull Bennet Joyce Bern Charles Berry Palhe Bev en Wllldred Beverldge Norwood ' Q If A.. . . 1 . A 4 z Y' . , 'Z -v X' " . " 'S " 'N l ld QA v - ' v , .P . -A ,Q , 3 - ,. , , r-' H Q . " V ' xv I A ' 1 1? v 45" L y 42' r Y 1 A11 -'S '4 N , Q ' . - ,. :A 5, ,. ' 'C . , : 'V A xf' v8.4 5- V xx 1 , ,' ,y , I n E J . f , x ,, , . . wi A sl lr'lu . A "' . , ,N,3V,b' NJ' , A , F , ' ' . 42 Q. - l ',o V gn . , w 4- Q fl - Y , Q . 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Hartley Jones. Nancy P. Jorgensen. Ralph Karklius, Rota Kates. Douglas Katzin. Joel Kauffman. Janet Kaufman, Susan Kearna, Jerry Keller, Melvin Kempfer, M. Deane Kenestrick, Lynne Kerkstra, Betty Kertzman. llana Kilmy. Patricia Kim, Douglas King. Joan Kay King. Ronnie Kinkel, Donna Kinney, Patricia Kirby, Dick Kirehman. Robert Klein, Kenneth Kline, Margaret Koehler, Luis Kohl. Janet Koschmeder. Louis Kruse. Douglas Kuhn. George Kunweg. Lflrich Lackey. Diane Lakin, Hubert Lampe. James Lashley. Michael Lazzari, George Lee. Wendell Lehman. Elizabeth Leonhardt. 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Donald Robertson, Frank Roberts, Faye Rogers, Josephine Roher, Howard Ross, Douglas Roush, Sandra Rutkoski, Edward Rutley. Dorothy Sabin. David Sanders. Alerie Sansone, Marguerite Sartwell, James Saunderson, Arla Scherger, Ruthe Schlosser, Paul Schmitz, Albert Schofer, Edna Schreiber, Ann Schroeder, Juan Schulze. Roger Scoltock. .lean Selby. .loan Self, Leroy Seltzer, Margaret Settle, ,lerie Dee Seymore, Alberta Shepherd, Richard Shetler, Beverly Shorb, Hubert Short, James Shosteek, Herschel Silverman, Ruth E. Simon. Earl Sinclair. Louise Sippel, Jack Sitnick. Robert Slye, Sandra Smith, Bernie Smith. Cary Snyder. Phillip Snyder, Sara Ann Solomon. ,lay Sorrells, Mary Ann Spates. June Spink, Arlene Stacliura. Virginia Stack. Sandra Stanley, Helena Steele. .lolln Stein. Helen Steiner. Judy Storm. Ann Stotler. .lune Stotler. Larry Stout. Stephan Straughn, Linda Streicher, Barbara Strieby. .ludith Stump. Eugene Tapp. .lames 'U' Iffx iv' L.. n-:fl ri R s ' fu . -, '- At '- -Q- f Oki" '.. 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Turney, Upchurch, Donald Valladares, Jorge VanDyne, Helen VanRoyen, William Varey, Marylyn Wade, Jack ' r 4-f ,, af Le' .4 x , Q N ,aaa I S union f ' ' 3, fr gf , v- r Q ,- fr, w- , 41' 'K " as 1. '.- " Q. ii A 'vs' 5 lg' , 4 , F 1 Qc.-ge J r S Q 5 -5- s 'T ' Ldv! ,MFC qs. , , 1 1, ,T Q ci- 4 v Y, ' ',.... f-Q, .. ,, vvw Q- Us .la 9 x 1 K V ve-W T ' ,Vs if IL, .,-.. l g, ,1 K ,r s I .4 44, 'V 7- 9? x tp' uv 5 1 5 I 0 r ' .A 'sf' 5 V- fl. P' +4 i 1 I ' T' 1 lg :V-T .1 .. A f. 1 ' is' x 'v Q- s ' . v ,f . - f, is ,T I -,, JJ, if Q -- - 3......... - W '7 1 0 v A rr :D ' , 1 - - ,' I ,A , j K fs Q- .' o-s X- s Q, L-ay, JJQJJ C lov Walker, Carol Walker, Thomas Walters, Howard Ward, Edward Ward, Lueva Warfield, Natalie Waters, Waters, Watson, Waugh, Ira Eugene John Richard .lune Wayland, Leonarh Wehr, Homer E. Weir, Patsy Ruth Wessells, Marjorie Weyer, Inga Wheeler, Keith Wilson, Elwoon Wilson, Nancy Williams, Dolores Williams, Janie Williams, Pomeroy Wilroy, Richard Wise, Shirley Wilmer, Charles Witmer, Fred Wrasie. Kay Wrathall, Nancy Wright. Carol Wyatt. Patricia Wyman, Donna Wolfe, Lynn Wolfe, Patricia Wolfrey, Helen Wootten, Betty W'OSlf'T, Mary Yates, ,lolin Yogingzman. .lean Zalkin, Robert Zlatowitz, Jerry Ann if i ,Q f-. ,-s in uw A V V, Af ' lf' Q if ' i , A M - , 4 16 , , 1, lf' 9 Q N - gg 8 we I , Nr V 1' Y 1 ii' N- Xa'iWf'iw7' i' V ' "' ' - '- " ' rrp: "' f " x 1- N- Q , 42. I ,.. , M ri " v A ' 7 If ., .. again 0 54 s. " D " r .. ff Q.. 1 P I With pride. juniors, Jack Colson, Robert Zalkin, ,Indy Crawlay, Celeste Aimone, and Pat Wyatt examined Blair's trophies. .x 1 a 4 Y' 9 ' s . Q!-Wu .1 OLL ' , gt, 'E ...' f 3 I "" 5 -191 -5? ,X ,hy y X av i 1 't., me 5 imzau af Bfaiz 1 Q illle- uflivigilx of llu' Nlplmliiorv filuw me-rrl. fwfr In rligfziz llill S1-lu-it-k l,fl'ki4l4'IlI' .-Xrl.-m' Kviiiiwly. vlqftiiel , . . irrrg liarul Nirgby, 5v'sl'r'l11I'x' I lniwvs X14 ,A lf,-,--,.I,-,H ,.-. db -its P R f 0-"' ,O ,Xinong the many activities that the Sophomorvs started were a Sophomore Dramatic Club. Many became members of the Library Club. Under the able leadership of the four ufficers. the Fuphunmres had a successful year, with the bright future of their Junior year ahead. Orientation assembly firft day of fchool. 'VZ 2 WM1 ilk . Q ill!! sf!! Iii W N? . i 2 . F 1 I I I l - 'ZIP' "rl . , 9 "" . ' ' ,f . X 5 vn u -W ' 9 F 1 ' -' . 1 .151 h I, O an I gsopfzornozsa 10-1 Left to right, lou-er, row 1: B. Lee, K. Jones, P. H. Taturn. 11. Stn-mg mu' 3: J. Sinn.-11. J. Hoff. C. Stale-y. Bergmann. Y. lixans, B. Werner, E. Redmond. B. Teres- W. Krawnwr, J, fiippflrly. F. Hill. P. Fineran. G. Dunlap. henko, L. Wvaklc-y, J. Goweng row 2: M. Balrlflrson, M, KL. llliw. xegaf- Stoll, Rf 'Fletcher' loigrht' J' Dali" T' Barmls' 10-IS Left to righl. luzwr, mu' 1: Nl. Nlcflauley. NI. Crabill. 11.W11113111-.Hf..,51ClI1FlPl', IL. Yiaggunz-r:V!rou'3: Evliallvniler. H- M14-,u,.,.n. 15, Kmuq.. qi. Junghang. In Xlgnnjng, E, fi. 1.0ffler, IF. 1'rnCf1vvf'll. P. Bryvr, ly. Hraun. Y. Roland, Grmvr- C. :MINI mu, 2: F. Donny- AX- Willii. J. W't.ut.l1g- 1" M"0"' 1' R0l"f'Q"n' F. c.....l..11. rp. s.-hmm.. M. fllniricln-lla. Is, Burri-4. E, Down-. 10-2 lf!! to right, lower, row 1: H. Prvismun, ff. Kr-rn. 11. Sim-llr. R. He-lfllarvlt. 11. 1.ina11g11. li. Furzll mu' 3: R R. l1yf-r, 5. Vfallu-r. A. CI'frVf'I'. 11. Davim S. 1fvr'rvIt, Y. Nlnrnnu. 1. Nanfia-141. K. Rf-ynolfl-. .1. Hzilnlwin. D. 11f'l1"l'- llagby. D. Klllvrtg ruu' 2: C. Srlxlofwr. .-X. .-Xlkirv. K. Kruw. 11. Nlartnn. 11. lwiglgz. 'lf Arkrnan. C. 1.+'wi-. 11. Barllvr. C L. Barns-tt. J. llanow, A. Pvckham, S. ,Ivffrif--. 11. Catudal. liuxlf-5. R. Uvxtvr. HH in 'I x., , 1 .,f k-.., - g ' 1- - N 'Q-W xg. ' 'Fx 4... 1.4 N is full' 5590 'L .aan .105 . :J QQ1, WW! v f 1 , 6 J LV v A , HV A f fo frm sg 3' F1 ' git . t , . X 5' f' 2 f xx Sofggomozsa 10-4Left to Vl4Ehf,ltI1L'6'f', row I: N. Nlurtiook. E. Ragan. ivk. K. .Miam-. R. fframvr. l.. Hallborfl. M. Z5l'I1idi0. M- ,I. Irxing. C. M0Ke'nziv. D. Slliiflklill. N. Klwlin. ll. Kolotlny. I-'mm-i.: mu- Q53 XX. lipnm-11, P, Burrjx-, P. BOI'tlQHI'l1Pl", C. lnfvoe-. N. .'xIl4it'T-0111 mu' 2: H. tfarnpln-ll. lj, Pratmi. 4' lfm,.,.. In 14,,x,.lm-,,. H. K,-nndm,-L Il, WMI,-V J, Sumptf-r, E. Crt-r-n, H, Br-avin. 5, Nlattison. F. xIl'Kt'Hltl'. K. Willmr-tt. M. We-itltnan. J. Crm-nl:-af. If. Lockarmlg mu fi: .-X, Smith. IU-ft lf"'f ff' Vlfhf- lf'1l'f'V- "W li R' llillllvftlot J- INVHY- H. Bright. C. Nlill-, P. Moron:-y. I.. Nivtm-yr-r. P. XYt'iFiL'1l. X. l.+-xt-n. H. I'it-lxtmi. 'lf Yu--. NI. Munn-. P. Hayf-r. M. R- Iivll. W. P0pt'. J. 5!3ffUl'd- B4 H3Pf'f3fT- N4'lllII'llI rffzt I: Ii. llant. tf. lfrw. H. Nloorwy. E. Pow-ll. 10-5 Iii, 10 Hgh!! lower, mu. I. J. gornllg' H, flollin, H. Nlelltmie-1. H. Sltatlv. fl. tltwk, J. Brenna-rg row 3: R. F. Mason, P. Dayton. L. Hartwvll, I. Km-nnvdy, D. Phillipg. Marlin. H. lr:-Ian. R. Kf-nn:-dy. F. Norton. ll. Redding, C. Frazirrg mu' 2: B. Colvin, J. Peters. P. Purcho. F. Cul- J. Fvllm-n. D. Bath. aw t ...wk . 1' 4 'W .. 14 an ' ' ' J ' . QA, .. run .rg 7 fiofa 3 V ' F u by It 5 :'f Q - . f an-wr I, I Sv:-F97 V ' 'Wvliifllirki ary. 1.80"- Kib V' f .lil ' uv f QL .. ' 9 L jx! I v N - . 'iff 'ft i i Tl lf' 'f 2l, 'T MQ! 'W f 10-T Let 141 n hz 41 or ll 11111 4 r 14 14 4 4 X Smith, Ii lf, ll HI fd r 414 1 1 'NI4111.1p.1an Benlz. M Fan t 4 4 Il L. IJ11nn1n1, L mn IP X A 4 4 r N Iwata. J. ,Pflhl u tl 411 How: 1 ,1 fl Il A. Stun- 0114 X R' tyushn J Holt X ll111l1411l1111 1 lr1ll 1 P xfdllfh klkdlll N 108 lcjt If. Robin Oll ra 4 xr: P Xhram on 414 I 111.1111 11 Nnw M. Kl'IIlfl4f I 4r r ll rn N 44144 1111 X ll j Il41114l11ran R. Purrl. ,I 411111l14ll R Iii 1 Xl Sr 1' ii 'ya Q Hui Q. I 'I I' ' Mil- 1 ' il-SE t .4 slBi1.I ,Q . 1.113 . 'il Wu , EY. 1 . Q. F - M 2. S zu. F Q -- : . , A A" fx . t iz. '74 .fgopgomozsi 10-10 Left to right. lower. ran' 1: P. Jolinfon. N. Cantlisli D. Kiev. L. Darr, ll. Jolinsun. l.. Atkins. P liz-lirman. K Keelvr. B. Ewvng row 2: C. Yr-ga. A. Avent-r, J. Rudigiffr B. llowvll. D. Df-4-ring. M. Alvraiiiitin. K. Paynz-, S, Hamil ton. ll. Frentz. ll. Daly. P. DeNsane-. J. Faylvr. B. Falck: ron 3: R. Tlionipfon. J. Rivliartlfon. YY. llvvvvy. M. Cates J. I'vacm'k, A. Lallande. J. Rainfm-5. R. Lopf-L. 1.. Gable. 10-11 Left tu right, lower, row 1: G. Norria T. Caswell 5. Sullivan. P. Caswell. D. Harman. A. Kennmly. T. Theo field. A. Marclii. ll. Johnson: rou' 2: D. Hartwell. J Larnpliir-r. ff. Krulini. B, Lewis. F. Nleynrlc, D. Stewart rou' li: J. Scott. CI. Cannon. H. llines. D. Donaldson. W lionifant. 10.12 l.Pt1 In right. lI11l'Pf, mil 1: F. Wright. P. Russell P. H+--Nell. S. Stant. 11, Ryan. .-X. Schwartz. J. Taylor. C Jonw. Nl. Kvlly: row 2: S. xl0lIlf'f. D. Etlxiartls. J- Glaize R. Lawxon. B. Lanham. B. Staiinan. B. Rast, J. Sutter: ron' 3: P. llillvr. C. Lamb. R. llollis. B. Hunt, B. ,linlcins J. Ford. A. Mclver. WT 9 Z' J 1'YL4:'i?'M 3 , ffff .. yum . wa, . Aw' Wiw .lin ' WU R W-midi? 4911 ...li fav i A .Mx . ,nm 3623, CJ' jf A. l lil' it All 1 1 "- 1- ! : 1 'UQ Qld W4 uf A .4 , 1 'V- 14.1 qi IL 'f Cyzlii O lf?-13 Lf!! In righf, lnuvr, run' l: IJ. Furlow. F. Zif'QlPIlfllF. Ii. Uuintf-r. F. liurue-tt. NJ. Xloyvr. 5. Hilf-. I.. Varuukari. XI. Jmwv. R. N11'Ne'alxg run' 2: Cl. Il:-nlus. P. llalv. J. Hvr- ln-ck. E. Jarlme-. XI. Howl:-y. P. Rr-vw, 5. Harvvy. F. Johnion. R. Ward. IJ. SVYHIOIIYQ row 3: R. Juneau, J. Sharp. T. lfunningzham. J. NIVKQ-miv. I.. I.m'kvtt. P. Lynch. J. Rule. T. Yivkrrs. R. Harmon. H. Edward-. IJ. Logan. 10-14 Lei! to right, lower, run' 1: T. Devlin. R. Thorley. J. Sale. P. Callan. J. Cold-te-in, U. Strickler, I.. Barnes, S. - 1- - L72 41 '41 .--ahh 1 1 J ,- n 1 A ,J 5 if X. s 4 fbi? 1 K4-Ihr-. Il. Frwwllxmzarmg mu' 2: U. Ilirkwn. H. KfJT4C'JlQ'Il. Nl. Hulrlr-. J. Humuu-l. P. IVR:-vfa-. H. Rive-ra. YY. Marr:-lt. f Form-r-1 mu Ii: N. I.1uuJr. K.. Hivllarll-un. H. Hunlt. 1. J. Nlartiu-'llfz J. Hurrix. IQ. llurrlim-. IZ. Wallavw. I.. Ftuttle- myvr. li. Brant. Y. Rh I0-In lm!! tn flgllf. lolvvr. run' l: E. Crvvnlw. K. Millvr. ll, Snapp. IJ. Willvy, W. Smith. J. Be-an: mu- 2: B. Long. J. Stakv-. J. Jilulovk. J, Hiltabidlv. B. Daxii, J. Coyleg run' 3: J. llula-x. P. inrufr, Q.. Qfrottf. ff. IJPgPI1. I I in , 9? 2:10 J . ...fn- Ml 4 .W cgoflgonzo 'asa 5 V AMD 10-16 1.efI In right, lower, mu' 1: N. SllH'I'lll2iI1. S. Bah- run. 5. llrirlu-ll. K. Nlazzmiwliellig row 2: T. llruneh, ll. cock. Cf. Nl:-play. ll. liden. IJ, W hm-ler, J, Wulinan. 5. King, liruemille. ll. 'liurne-r. lf, Hzilpert. lf. NleWlmrIer. ,l. llromlie. H, Iloswurlh, Y. Goaclg mu' 2: J. Strau--, lj, Taylor. J. R. 1,!'I!'I'N0ll. ff. P:-Ie'r-em. ll. Rive: mu' 3: ,l. Tnlmari. D. Robertson. I.. Briggs, ll. Kngok. J. 'l'l1mi1psnri. li. 1.1-e, A. Newniun. J. ll:-mingwuy. IQ. Fader. Il. llisqm-. ll. Powers. U"P"I""'4 ll' .l,l'm""'f'- lf' VWHWT- R' M"Ki""'-Hl'j 'law' 10-18 1,.,ff fi, ffm. nu-ff. mu' 1. eg. 1sm..l..1v. J. Lindner. 321: Wlilglnllr' 'lr' Willie' H' Palckarll' D' hlllllgnd' D' J. Sw-II. ,l. Lrxng. N. Rmxse. D. Burke. 5. Falcnner. J. Pair. 3 ' N idrlis' Nr' 'IO nsmn' lx' ullawr' B' Ncwan' H. Roomez mu' 2: 0. lleyhey. L. Wliri-eler. ll. Martin. R, R' Packllt' R' Nernb' D' Celfeld' H' Ketchum' Iinnlholm. H. Trayfurs. H. Rowland, C. Richter. H. Mann: 10-lf Left la rfghf, lower, row 1: J. Krauss. G. Schultz. mu' 3: B. lfngzlish. R. Adams. K. Fisher. 31. Troth, R. J. Williams, J. Garde-lla, R. Brown. J. Charuhas. B. Nloul- Wilson. R. Lockwood. R. Gerber. 13"?l0s2..i wi 1:4112 'F 'H il I J! ' fhf!K.- 1? .. KZ!" i l nfl. f" Tl' "l'Y.f'S ' ,gl - . ff :PHI fa 'V' Ti! W if if I 'liwsfw J QQEW It 11:15 5...'IuUOhG2L :Bl WHS lwvq Z L, rv Ili'-41 'WP U 4 - . 9 if 4. iff. J' 1 Q41 14 10-19 Left to right, lower, row l: R. Curry, C. Karnes, J. Huclfnn. E. Duliinsky, J. Hanback, W. Tobin, S. Miller P. Rae-burn, B. Denny, R. Dustin, S. Bursenos, J. Dovell, C. Phillips, J. Coffman, M. Goodwin, row 3: J. Hansen, I N. Davis, L. Lockhartg row 2: H. Martin, K. Bromley, Belk, K. Mills. M. Garvin, L. Storm, R. Moore. 676115. 0 255 ixi ffolr-1 joke- must lime- lu-f-n ll pipl Soplmnior in ille- mul-t of lunvll. re-glxtvrml all aorta of rm-ai-tionx A P X4 l my 159615 Bright memories of Blair . . . B schedule and the clubs . . . Rushecl meetings with large agendas . . . That embarrass- ing sour note . . . Cay club parties . . . Confusing procedures in parliamentary law . . . Pushing a bill through Student Council with five minutes to go . . . Activities that used your spent energy . . . Publication deadlines that cause panivs . . . The memories that brighten . . . Nlemories like melodies. X. x IP! A 'N f ,D s k K , f f 1 f 1. 1 . K 5 'K x 4, if il Wimy. Bfaiz Z akcjiifafuzs gx 1 as, J Practical democracy applied to Blair, that was your Student Council. Last springs rigorous campaign speeches promised "'l'here'll be some changes made!" The promises were kept and the moment the positions were filled, with of- ficers in whom the student body placed their trust, things began to pop. New services were added to those Blair students already enjoyed: music helped digestion during longer lunch pe- riods and letter-writing students found conven- ience in the new postage stamp machine. The list is too long to have been related here, but as each new benefit was heaped upon the students. Blairitcs realized only too well. that last springis choice was a good one. K , l5lair's troubles. worries. and difficult sltuations were laid on the shoulders of Terry Hicks, treasurer: Jayne Eyerman. secrelaryg Paul Harris. presiflentg and Steve lllomgren. l'icc-presillentg lnot shownt, Congress of Classes. Left to right. lower. row 1: J. Cram-r. J. Eyerman. serretaryg P. Harris. presirlcnlg S. Blonigrcn. I'l-VE-1lf8SflfCIIl1 'lf Hicks. treasurer: rou' 2: K. Vvhceler, P. Caswell, 5. l.m'rc. P. Wood. J. llcilman. C. l.oxrc: mu' 3: IJ. Fnllme-r. li. Barnhart, R. Cox, J. Ramsey. D. Wliw-lcr. R. Lopez. ' X Mx . .. k - N- S - . . X 'ri . . Cs ,9C, alas only .H QC of -1 1 1 Q Q lx 'Vs 35 35 WWW-awww. fZ00vu.,faJ:f . - gy f'AJVQffDQ Mww fm! 'N Y 'J Hu- Nluggi-lr'.1r:'-nfthv Finds-nt imnrt. f.4'!Itnr1'gJl1l: ll. X1lk.iII1N.,I. l.angv-. 'lf 'l1llIbl'IlIlkiI'l'. .I. lluNIars. N Hull- ul lx. X. Nrnith. J. X11-Im'-url Hmm -hfmnv. cgi Kwfozfz, . . . XX'-ltzirw' 11-n1rmIIv-". Inf! ff: !lU1if.ll'Ill'f. rffu l: N. ,l.u'Hl1N. V. Hal-Nlu. ,l. N1-lt...-R, X. Nhru.-r. lx, 1.m.l,.y-,m11,' N- LN. Hun lz ,l. I9:'r1m,Il. Xl. lmffl-'r. Nl. HIQQLIII-. F. Nlvfvfmzun. F. XX'-,1wr. In llwllrvpvul, ll. Iluttm.m. lx'1w si' N. Iluwx. lrwing, ll. John-Hn. N1. Nur'-5. I., Km-l1lv'r. Nl. Iliguin-. Run 1: Nl, Hwlli-lux. I.. lldlllw-ru. NI. R f"' xf--. ,I. Huw. V. Pm-T1 Y. lhlm11.1r1. Run 3: lf, Tnllx. XI. 'I'mt!1. X. Nitnv-rk. ,I. lung. If. liulvinxkx. ,l. ,IUMI1-IUI1. 4. Ililw. H. 4fHrI'w. R. 5iIN"TI1l-l Hffu fs: X. xILifK'lli. X. In-x-'n. 1. Nhl'liff4'l'. V. H1-wil. - S, , Q . 'Fa f jnfazaafi 9 '55 lily. 6 ' ' 'fin llanee Committee. Row l: J. Cammi-a. C. Brown. D. Decker. D. Coyle. T. Wolfrey, 5. Culhridge. C. Frazier. Nl. Moore. M Mull. S. Shriver, M. Fwafford. L. Slam-rson. 5. Cook. C. Sachs, B. Striker. B. Butler, J. Dean. J. Powell. Row 2: M. Park L. Strong. Nl. Moyer, S. Kaufmann. J. King. J. Rothgeb. A. Adams. N. Wilson. P. Dunn. B. NlacNle-e-king. P. Poe-hlman. B Taylor. J. Eagleton. R. Mattingly. J. Kohl. B. Poole. N. Warfield. E. llm-ilman. C. Chase. C. Lovre. C. DuYall. D. Wigznall M. Jeni. Z. Hoey. N. Ladd. S. Lusby. Ron' 3: L. Wellens, C. Walker. K. Bc-llord, K. Wrasse, B. Andres. J. Buckingham. J. Du Mars, J. DulNlars, J. Funk, E. Martin. J. Craver, F. Turner, N. Marchand, B. Civen. J. Molitor, E. Dm-Vol, ll. Lowe. C. Galt N. Colbert. B. Wilkes, J. Heidenreich, C. Culp, F. Hollopeter. H. Mason S. Crowley, C. Nelson. B. Carr, J. Rice, L. Kohler J. Theofield, C. Donaldson, P. Williams. Row 4: C. Pursell, S. Phillips. B. Hoffman, M. Higgins, P. Meyers, J. Short. P Melvin. T. King. B. Adams. L. Epstein, J. Thompson, S. Allen. D. Spies. B. McDonald. C. Malloy, B. Barnhart. D. Flinn J. Bonshy. A. Chisholm. B. Williams. J. Battles. J. Mclferren. N. Floyd. C. Decker, P. Bott. J. Piazza. Row 5: B. Yarey. J Eyerman. J. Heidenreich. M. McNeal. Bl. Reynolds. N. Bowman. P. We-ir. J. Norris, J. Candy. I. Kertzman. C. Christenson B. NIcCullah. Xl. Cole, K. Alkire, C. llawkins. N. Dennison. D. Perkins. F. Fitzgerald. Nl. Kline. S. Stack, R. Nisonger. S Hays, P. Cilson, A. Fenton. , , .K . , x "' " 4 .tv , . . I . 1 . t ' agafzfzaaanfinkg Q X T ' ll . , . owz P i Safety Couunittee. Lower, mu' 1: B .-Xdams. J. Battles. B. Thompson. N NIcNt-rny: ruu' 2: NLL. Carol, V , Ilhri-tenson. J. Beasley. L. Stanvrson, Nl. Swafford: muh 3: C. Malloy, D. Dillard. J. Kparns. Q ,X 45 X a 1' 4' as 19N 31 w N 15 . 3 W1-lr-orningr l.ommiItw-. lf!! lu right. lower, mu' 1: l'n'g1g1y William-. Lawrm- We-llf-n-. Pat Dunn. mu' 2: lic-wrly lialz'ntinv'. NHIIVQ' l.a4l:l. row 3: liulm llarnllart. Horlno-y Cox. Jim lla!- llP:. Inter-Schoul Rvlatiuns Cumnmittee. Row 1: B. Adams, J. Launt. Nl. NIcNf-rnyg row 2: J. Crave-r, K. Alkirr-. J. Beaslvy. B. Andrewsg row 3: J. Zvrfing. li. Chri-le-me-n. N, Murdock, J. Dean: row 4: T. Hicks, Don Dillard, R Duane. C. Mason. 4151 14 we . Pulmlivity Corxnniltew-. Rau' l: N. l.a4l1l. ll. Bale-ntimz J. Nlolitor 'N Hr n Z N. Warfield. J. Wilmlernxuth. J. Dufllarfz row 2: ll. GQ-e-han, NI lo Milliken. C. Frm-. J. William-. fl. Farhs, S. lsravl. lf. Nelson. Pure S. Hays: mu' Ii: IJ. Kinke-l. Nl. liivking, ll. Given. P. Holt. P. Bflxrman l.:-xr-n. K. 'Klkirr-. S. Sly:-. M. Clark, fl. Nlafkvll. J. lmvin. 'lf lldlllllfl Nl. bat'-53 mu'-1-: f.. N11-Wlmrlffr. P.. De-Mal. 0. Evhullz. J. Dvan. J N 1 . t1fllr.'A. Ke-rrne-fly. J.. Tll0llflYllJV. l.. lfovhler. H. Nisonger, J, DUN ' Marlm. J. Ixmg. mu Q. H. lxolomlnyv. D. Blum. A. Snuth, B Bram Ste-cle, N. SIGN:-rny. J. Langv, B. Adams, S. Harper, J. Battles, B Coodell H. Yecllc-ry, C. Malloy, R. Lopaz. ,gin 1 Q J ul BOM ocia Election Committee. Left to righr: ,I. Craxer, A. Lallandr. S. McKenzie, N, Wil- Son. Z. Hoey, S. Lrowley. NI. jvnt. N. Colbert. M. A nd erson. ' H, -+L 1 i Il'-Iflff I P- is i 5 Y ,. I ,fm row 1: ll. Flu-tlr-r. lf. Rolo:-rtx. li. Wilkes l fl It Af-tiiity lhmiiiiitti-f-, lm!! Ia righl. lower I If 1 1 I B. Zin-lu-r. N. liolln-rt. fl. Lam-yn rou' 2 52' Nl. Pergion. J. I-fdwarcls. P. Wood. S Shrixer. UM , J' , q wh if 7 . f Xlrnnngrarn lfonimitle-r-. Imfl to right: C. Frazier. P. Dixon. Nl. Penion. A. Die- ilrivh. R. Fraley. unc! gszvics. Chair and A-fr-rnllly Committf,-P. Left to right. l0u'Pr, row 1: J. Hwy. F. Crawr. B. Fchrwiter. fl. Ftrfltmatf-r. R. Walla-r. H. Hammond, ,I Nlillvr. B. Thomp-on: mu' 2: B. Nlcflf-nf-y. K. Marks. B. Williamx. J. llattlcx. A. San -one-. C. Hitvll. T. King. S. Blomgrc-ng row 3: R. Ralln, R. llarrif-s, P. lungllanx I'. Linaugh. J. Lange, D. Dillard. B. Adams ll Donnelly. Nl. Fhcfvhan. R. Ehlert, B. Ralf-ntinr-. I Y '-. X I3 P xxx Wav anfl Xlvani ffommitte-1-. Left to right, mu' l: Nl. llollillay. J. llatlle--. N. NlL'Ne'rny. J. llurkin-'llam' wwf: ll. Hive- N. :Xnller Nun. ll. jnlmwn. N. l'l0yrl. ll. xtliillli. ll. llillarfl. Onlvr Committee. Left to right: K. Nichols. B. Svllnvite-r. K. Xlarki. J, Langv. F. Blom- gren. Nbr if s l xx w Ks? X ai -,fax Xlxfq , ' 4 Q! 1 S- .Q ffl: 1 IOS This book is the result of endless work during fourth period and late afternoon sessions. Every day brought at least one crisis. but usually a dozen of them - the photo- graphers had a leak in the bellows. the editors consistent- ly lost copy, the harried typists worked their fingers to the hone. and the unsatisfied editor-in-chief arranged. then rc- arranged layouts. The entire staff dreaded the publishers deadlines. and the possibility that last year's awards lhled- alist honors from Columbia Scholastic Press Association and First place from National Scholastic Press ASSOCi3liOIlI would not be repeated. Here is the fruit of our efforts - your Silverlogue. Editor-in-l.hi'ej ... Lilerari Hrlilor .. Stuff .....,,... Senior Editors . funior Editor huphomolr Hflilor Club Ezlilorx .... Teacher Editor .,.... Boys' Sports Editors . Girls' Spnrlx Etlilur .. Pholographers .......... Layout and l'homgmphy ' ' Typists Adi-rrlisi'ng Zillah Cliff.: J. Charuhas. I.. Cox. C. Johnson. J. Kauffman. H. P. Muntz. A. 0'Keefr. J. man. M. Zi-ns Sll,YERl.0Gl li ST AFF Patricia Harne- Barlrara Fund l, Koehler. tl. Lrawford, C. Haskell. Nl. Mull Martha Jent, Marian Larson Sue Sinclair Nancy Colbert Josephine- Rogers. Lynn Taylor .. . . ......... Margaret Clements Nlax Illackhurn. John Lange .......... .Janet Stcinmiller Bolt Duck. Russ:-ll Kifer. Bob Mcllain lzilnors . ........,...............,,. Nancy Brown, Sandra Shi-ple-f-, .lanv Wildermuth ..,.... . .. Charlotte lfulp, Pal Dixon. Marilyn Hamilton. Betty Quint!-r. Nlarilynn Williams Holi Seaman, mgr.. Edith Coop:-rsmith. Jackie Dean. lim-y. Saul llonigslu-rg, Anna Jarrell. De.-Xnn Wignall N1 .-ihramson, li. Ault. li. lie-atty. Nl. Boole. De-ck:-r. R. Ford. F. Fry. M. Gidding-. E. Green. H. K:-rkstra. L. Koehler, R. Martell. P. Meyers, P. Moritz. Pair. D. Perkins. J. Rice, B. Richardson. J. Seiett, J. Shapiro. J. The-ofield. Ti. Thompson. B. Thorley, 5. Walker, M. Weidman, J. Wol- Spnnsor ......... ............................ . ...... 5 lrs. Alma E. Davidson IO6 X Nast -6 y an 1 .x, , x. 1 Nm... . ww. X5---.. XC Before setting out to snap tht- shutter on clubs and coni- mittees. B. Nlcllain. R. Kifer. and li. Duck check:-tl tht- CHITIPTS. After collaboration on layouts. P. llarne and B. Fund de- cided to make a change. The Worried Editors. Left to right: J. Steinrnillcr. Nl, Llenwnts. Nl. Jent. N. t.olbr-rt. M. A-ns. M. Larson. M. Blackburn. B. Seaman. J. Lange. .-5 Q' L ,J--s . N ' ,,. . ,llc 4 Ag, r ' "" ' 4-5 1' ' N-g...o -- ' . 'Y .fr X. 'T -.-,,. ,A f sxx v-Q-A ii L. 1 . Wy' ,f lmyk. Thr- IlH'IlITf'X ure' mf X. llrms' . , 5 4, -,f! I. Wilvhfrnmlh la- l,u50ut ami Photography Frlltor-P Ul1II1Ir'I 55f'l'l'5llW'l'lUQl1l'N IlAI1"IlY typlxtx. wr tru mu h. OLUZ S-fy B 4 n he-pl:-w. urvi lypf' 'ln-I rr-Iypw :xml r'-typwf 1.. 4fuIp. P. Div-n SilXl"l'llrgl,lf'.N all Nulivitorx wnrkvd to 52 A , h:-lp finunve- yuur 51-arhfmk. Lvft to f Q! right: li, SFBIIILIH. K. Jarrr-ll, Z. Hof-y, 3 P ' lf. Coopvr-ruilh, J. Ile-un. U. Wignall. ' 9 Q s S. Hsvnig-hr-rg. 'U I T1 1 . N I ' !X..xX-,-:Q . S J 1. 5 o P . 5 'HH' l.iI-'wry Staff xlruggh-ll with I gigfv 5 . ,Q phruw- and anllmtiwx. lmfl fu right: X 5' ll. lfunfl. I.. Km-lllvr, AI. Rug:-rx. U. Q 1mf.m1. fi, x1..Nk.-H. l,. '1'ay1.,f. xi, '-K NIMH. " Axl- k-'ill " 6,1 .ry 5, 5: , v"'6Q',3It-f ,UP " - 4111- 3 V V , h J 1 ' ' 1 ., 4-L -N 1 . , U 4 A AQ! t. 5 -q,4xX 1 'Y sem Oz .f 'zilzf . . . I 3 . il,-1 v i': f - 1 A ,Q Q4 Q 1 1 illluqfi-'Q 7 IV -11 A . id Qulllk Working: Staff. Left In right, lou'er, mu' 1: J. Hager- ton. ll. Wilkes. J. Battles. M. Wiilson. l-. Wellens, Mr. Henry: rou' 2: Nl. Sorrclls. li. lfraley. J. llf-iclenreicll. If liifazaziflij I gifzsagin With two annual deadlines to meet, Silver Quill,s staff was constantly under pressure. The artists worked on comic caricatures and luridly dramatic blobs effectively illustrating the literary material that also ran the same gamut of variation. Minds grew weary of artistic phrases and arrangements while the sharpener ground pencils to nubbins and type- writers wore a rather beaten expression. The finished product was a magazine of lst class rating representing some of the finest exam- ples of artistic and literary ability that Blair had to offer. .-Xn idea flexeloped into a Quill cover. The airbrush wa- handled by Sandra Israel. ffliasr. lf. tloopefrsrnitli. ll. lflurkc. fl. llatlrlock. .l. Williams: mu' 3: Nl. Wulinig. ll. Hivhartl-on, NI. Andrus, R. Rahn ll. Nltnian, lf. ling-trrmi. Nl. l.ovu-. l.. l.:-Roy. 3 .,4 R , 1. ,V i V 1 '.- ,. fb , . 12 . I ' .A ,ffff ul 'l'ln- prolilviii-Nolwingg lidiloriul Staff. lffl in righl, l0lL'Ff2 J. Hr'irl1'nrf'i1tll, ll. Wilki-N. M. Wil-on. Wil' sun. I.. W4-llwns. E. Coop:-rxniithg upper: B. Altman. J. Rattle-N. R. Ralm. ll, lfrale-y, NI. Lowe. H. Engstrom. C.. Lliaw. J. Hag:-rton. IJ, lllarkv. Nl. Wulmiu. Nl. Andru-. SILVER QI'Il.L STAFF Erlitur-fri-flzief .... ....... N lary Yvilgon Assixtrzrit Iirlilor . . ... Fldiili Coop:-rxmith lldflllgllllg Ifrlitur . ..... laniv Williamx Lkxchririge Editor . . . .... .. Be-tty Biffr Art Eflilur ......,...... ffyntliia llarlrlovk l'l1l1lir'il-r flllll f.Alifl'l1llIfllNl .. ...... llolr Altrnan B11sine'.ss .llrmfzger .... .. Russf-ll Ralin I,ibrr1rirm ....,.... ,.,.. P enny Wood Typirig Ifrliforv . .... Nlargarvt Andrus. Barbara Wlllkfw Sporisnm .. .. Mr. Henry. MN. Lovff Silver Quillk lllustratorf. Left lo righl, lower: C. Nlaskvll, T. llamlmriglil. Xl. Mull, P. Be-yvr. fl. llad- dock: rou' 2: P. Melvin, A, Marclii, 5. Wvaver, .l. King. L. LP Roy. J. Williams. 9. lsrafl. B. Richard- , 5 v---'K llc-fore making a major decision, C. Haddock. R I0 son, M. Sorrells. 5.41. ,V , Wir, "l ,I Rglmf M. Wilwn, A. Faulknf-r, M. Andrus. me-I ,, 1 if " iff' V5 1 Hin' 1' I H' f I exchange idf-as. h 4 y ' 1 r . .5q5,fg. ,fY:'.L, f'1,1':,4'flJ, 1, J "' !'f'lJ ,J , A Q7 - ffv ji var, " If ,1 . ' .M f", -v0r'Z,!L5 ' 2 ,, P Qu l-,I X R 6 I rg?-i' 'il 74 fvglrf C7 . 5 .X - Fu fi .. ' S: - M fl L v 5 N-slits , 5 - Inf., K Q-- fi i -1c9'l"' 'Z- Q Editors of the Press. Left to right. lower: J. Magnus. B. Halas. B. Fullarton: upper: S. Guthridge. C. Shelby. K, North- rup. Business Staff. Left Io right: I.. Russell. NI. Allison. 5. Lorlc. F. Gulhridge. C. Shelby. H. Jones, C. Ryan. J. Kauffman. K. Northrup. llO . .I L Y , lwf ffliips lfmliloriul ?4Iz1fffaf'ml u lll'il4lllllP'. Left to riglzlz J. llu Nlar-. Nl. llarrvlt. F. llrifff-Ill. Nl. Sllt'l'll8ll. ll. Smith. Nl. Wulvnig. J, Nlagruus. lf. Nlalloy. N. ,Xlvxancln-r. .l- luuu-s. Il. Balas. R. Nisong:-r, IS. Fullartou. I ,mild 1 L4 444-U 44 'f rf" L any 'Ja if Juli? 1 '-"'?f ' 1 kx4o1""1v - ' 9' , 'L 4'-s 04,24 Q , . A goorl reporler Rests 'neatlz this lree. He lriefl I0 begin A slorv zrilh "lhe,'. This verse was quite a humorous tlmut close to truel quote from the ' husy Silver Chips office. Reporters sought news from the depths of "D" huilding to the - heights of "A". The events or in- M 1 xi 1 SILVER CHIPS STAFF Edilor-In-Chief .,................. Bill Fullarttin .Managing Editor ........... ,..... I ohn Magnus l'eu1ure Editor ................... Barbara Balas Page Editors .... Nancy jo Alf-xandf-r, Judy James. Rosemary Nisonger. Nlartha Wubnig Sports Editor ....................... Con Malloy Exrhfange Editor .. .. Publicity Editor .. .... .-ir! Editor .......... ... Buviness .llrmager ... ,. Circulation .llunuger .... Advertising ,lfanager .. Photographer ..... . . ..... . . Typisls . .... . ........... Mary Ann Allison Kathleen Northrup .. Alden Faulkner Shirley Guthridge ... . Carol Shelby ...... Carol Ryan . . . .. Bob NicBain Flsif: Nlae lfhert. Sally Ann l.ot'k. Carolyn Sach- Reporlrrs ......... Martha Het' Anne llhalupsky. jar kit- Duhi Carolyn Fngt-I. Cynthia Ferr ke-r. lioli lialf-ntine, ars. Roberta Dyer. ell, Sally Griffith. Jerome Kearns. Vincent Niartarano. 'Nlartha Reeves, Ruth Silverman The news wa- put in type with t J, Zerfing, lf. Sat-hs, E. Ebert. he help of S. Lock. Ovaiaqa of fda .ima . . . cidents in the corridors and around the corner from Blair were all re- corded in the Silver Chips col- umns. But not before the staff had ,... . been through the harrowing, hair- pulling experience of two rushed deadlines everv three weeks. Con- L, , 3 taining: news. articles. editorials, , and features. the paper was wel- comed by the student body and noticed by the National Scholastic Press Association who gave them an All-American rating and the Columbia Scholastic Press Associ- ation from whom they received first place. Advertising and Publicity Staff. Left to right: L. Russell. .l. Kauffman, K, Yorthrup C Rvan H Jones 5 3 -:J D' -v lr M451 :af .' 4101, 2- 'S . p lllivr-1 i g L, 5' 'viii-,Nu-fi "eg, Z E D T1 i K V823 fjiii 1 A Q 'W i l'HAFU'J AHKLHNTHI S S'l'.-Xl"F Liilitor-in-Chief . .. .... jane llagerton Assistant Editor Gerry Nlcffaslin Layout Editor .... Norwood Beveridge Business .Uunager . Edith Coopersmith lifxcharzge ffrlitor . . Mary Nlattison Typing Eililor .. John Tiwl:-inan Us-iixionf in Iran-lation ww-rv inailf- hy the rtlitorx J. llupvrton, fi. Nlccaflin. anti J. Tivilrriian. U 'DO' if V D X 1 The Staff of Praeco Argcriti-uf, Left lo right: M. Mattison. lf. Coopersmith, V. Miles. N. Beveridge. J. liiedeinan. ll. Nlrfiarlin. J- llagzerton. Although still quite a young publication, Praer-o Argenteus l,Silver Heralrl -- to those of you not exposecl to Latin! xlicl a good joli of eStal1- lishing itself at Blair. The newspaper haul a sham- of original material for lioth those who did. anfl tlicl not haue an LlIlllt'fSl8IllllIlfl or apprecia- tion for that Classix- language. Lust year. the staff was thrilleil with a first place rating given t 1,,f them hy the lfoluinliia Svliolastii' Press 'Xssor-iation in the foreign language field. ju fga Ugzuic -izizguaga Q, 13 ', ,, Thr- llunnr Simi:-ty of Blair. Left fn right. lower, row l: J. K. Blight-ll. li. lflwrt. P. llarmf. li. Brady. J. llgglvstnn. Hag:-rton. li. Coop.-rsriiith. N. Brown. ll. Altman, T. Wright. J. Heilman. R. Walkfir. B. Wilkf-N. B. Fraloy, F. GrPib+-, C. llonalilwn, J. l.aunt, H. Nlcljowe-ll. A. Jarrr-llg row 2: l'. Harria R. Rahn. J. H+-iilf-nrvirh. lf you wnrkerl faithfully for consistently high marks. nianagecl to kt-op a perfw-t attendance revorcl. and wvrt- an at-tiw inf-inher of a Qervicv club the vlizirirw-s uf-rc you lu-lniigecl to tht- Nluritguiiif-ry Blair G4 Xlmiugzraui Sm-if-ty. Ctingratiilatimisl Ol Quill :mtl Fcrull niviiilwrsliip invlumlefl thusf- f'xt'Pl- ling in u :it-wr-e-iicliiig struggle with piilmlivatimis or racliu prugruiiis. 4-mill and F1-roll. I.:-H In rzghl. lmwr. mu l: ll. llala-. l. Janie'-. ll. Html. Nl. liivlting. Nl. l.zirNon. Nl. jvnl. J. Wiltle-rmutli. Run' 2: Nl. liluvkluirii. K, Kilt-r. l'. llurnv. lf. Rxun. li. lllwri. li. Fwuniaii. J, l.:-ing'-. .l. lfaiglr-ton. J. lle-ilnian. lf. lioopvr- -mitli, ,l, lluge-rtori. N. Lulln-rt. 1.. Lulp. Nl. barrvtt. Q.. llasltlm-lt. N. ,l. :llv-xziiulvr. H. lnllarton, J. Nlagnus. Row 3: ll. llnivlx. Nl, fs-n-. 5. Slit-plvv. S, llutlirirlgv-. Nl. K. Xlli-un. R. Niwrigzv r. ll. Quintf-r. 5. W-P8V'!'. Nl. WYlllJHlg. 1 rwhhifloo Sophomore Lihrarians. Left to right, lower, row 1: Y. Ro- land. F. Poxwll. S. Bahvovlc. R. Ford. J. Charuhas. L. Mane ning, B. Bosworth. K. Payne. A. Marehi. A. Lalland, S. Sullivan. Murdovk. K. Ke-vler. li. Daly. lf. Ragan. J. lrvinpl. J. Wolman. A. Die-flrirh. P. Johnson. E. Abramson. M. Moore. J. Humnif-l. P. Hornaday. M. Boote, ll. Frentz. P E. Rolvinson: rou' 2: C. Mvwhorter. J. Francis. F. Walker. 5. Mvlienzie. D. Christensen. D. Turner, G, Pyaipgi. J, Ceranton. li. Green. F. Mattison. C. Free, N, Anderson, D, Rice. J. Campbell. L. Dahney. N. Candish, K. Sites, R. Mooney, M. Moyer. F. Gump:-rg mu' 3: S, Smith, S, Trace. wf-ll. I.. Barnes. R. Thorle-y. J. Sale. C. Cox. A. Smith, C. eterson. T. Dexlin. B. Si-heik. B. Moulton, B. Lee, D, Newman. Il. Kolodny. R. Lopez. C. Meghy. A. Kennedy, N. Vrawford. N. Hawkins. P. MCl'lalf'. S. Lovre. A. Lexen. L. Dunning. "Can you spare a drop" The library waxing team set to work. Left to right: N. McNerny, T. Revlin, S. Blomgren, M. Toth. B. Adams. C. Everett. Harper. Junior Librarians. Left to right, lower, row 1: A. Bell, J. Scoltoek. A. Acree. N. Heim. M. Persion. E. DeYol. B. Ftreicher. N. Moyer. D. Nestler. M. Brody, B. Carmack. J. Bray. B. Johnson. C. Engle. R. Nisonger. K. Wrasse. K. Alkire. B. Yarey, N. Marchand. B. Andrew. J. DuMars. M. Anderson, R. DeMott. B. MacMeekin. P. Weir: rou' 2: F. Stanley, F. Roberts. M. Dennis. J. Shroeder, C. Thomas. M. Matteson. J. M'cHale. R. Sherger, J. Corey, J. Molitor, J. DuMars. J. Rice. M. Woster. J. Williams. M. Lowe. N. Warfield. C. Galt, T. Kertzman, J. Candy, J. Norris. J. Henderson. J. Dean. J. Piazza. B. Kirkster, S. Griffith, C. Decker. J. Kaufmann. S. Crowley. C. Nelson: row 3: C. Cray. J. Heidenreich. J. Eyerman. D. Dillard. S. Harper, D. Fullmer, F. Fry, R. Cox. B. Barnhart. H. Shosteck. B. Kushman. C. Boss. R. Duane, J. Short. M. Corie- don. P. Meyers. P. Snyder. L. Koshmeder. R. Zalkin. D. Flinn. C. Gau, M. Keller. L. Kertzweg. J. Anderson. B. McCu1lah. S. Stack. M. Kline. ,,-"N 5 2 - if n sT'Q Q4 Sf-nior Librarians. Left to right, lffu'r'r. mu' 1: J. Wilder- ll. Mason. J. James. B. Hoffman. 5. Phillips, J. Kothgeb mirth, J, Stf-inmiller. J. Launt. J. llagr-rton. N. Sheintel. S, lltithriflgf-. T. Wolfrey. C. Lacey. B. Fraley. K. Northrop, Xl, Rr-ynolil-. ll. l,anz. Nl. Zens. li. Ryan. F. Corzine. J, Lewin. J. Nutall. C, Fisher. C. Harldovk, N. Alexander Liishy. N. Ladd. fl. l.ovrf-. N. Warfield. H. Wilkes. .-X. Jar- N. Ilowman. l.. We-llc-ns, J. Heidr-nreir-hg row 3: J. Battles, rell. fi. Ftalie-r. P, llixon. Nl. Fwafford. I.. Ntanerson. li. Altman. J. Miller. N, Nlr'Nerny, B. Adams, N, Kruse S, Wyatt-r, Y. llhri-te-ns:-n. N. Javoli-. ll. Hier. Xl. Wilson. ll. Thomp-on. T. Johnson. J. Whitcomli. B. McDowell, S, B. Bala-. lf. lioopwrsniithz mu' 2: J. He-ilman. J- haKl1'l0n- lf, Chase-. li. llinall. Z. llof-y. P. liilson. Nl. Jent. N, Brown. liuldstein. 5. llonigtsherg. ll. Hammond. P. Harris. D, Dil lard. ll. Harp:-r. J. Laiigy-. uaz Zami ofjfnowfsc! 5 The one big thing I won't forget, l'm hoping and I'm trusting. Is that I must not dare to shirk The good old task of dusting. All work and no play makes "Pokey Bear" a dull boy. And working on this theme the library club included in their yearly events a hilarious in- itiation. Intermingled with dusting and book repairing activities were the an- nual banquet. dances and parties. A brand new library was under the keep- ing of this service club. Library Club officials made arrangements. Left to right: B. Wilkes, treasurerg C. Lovrc, presidentg N. Ladd. vice-president: and N. Warfield. secretary. Xl vp--Li'Hl:Q1. Gqcfivs L , in J i' :SPO mf! ' f x SK fa I 4-....f!' lannin lonimim-rl Le 1 In rlgll Xl rn Nt f n Fawn lr u I I rr r . . vrry. . . 'mi nn. A . ii dll L L x-. N . 1 f, L l . I v' V J I f I , . N ' .2 W f 1 , RW' 1 I - if ! It 3 y A 'fix , f- , ll I fl: 'C Q -: Y: 4' K, K -I uf" 4 1 'AS' 1 lt. 'Wil quill N liirl-l P I gi f 4 . il ..'r 'Ili llvitl f'urv-ifh. li. Yarn. Standing: A. Jarrf-ll. J. He-ltlvnre-it-li l.. . an -rio . J. xt . C' ls "ll" ffl li. lf! U phi. l.U1lF'f mu l: llviili-li rvivll. X. lar v-ll. f. Pulp. J. l.liuv': mu 2: J. liuvli. Nl flcrrvtl. ll. llvrguiariri l' B Nt lla lt: NI WI li'1 x. ,l, ll:-iflviiirffit-li. 'C AMR . 'Q-. -. L .-' if.. ' , i. 'gi' 4 K- .W '- , 99 1 2.7 W -3 . 'Q . KN . U sts- at ,., :r 3 4.- ' 1 if if Boys "B" Club. Left to right. row 1: T. Spann. C. Hitch. R. Mcljhersong row 2: F. Cook. R. Mason, T. King, Rob Guldbach. Rirh Goldbaclig mu' 3: li. Seaman. D. Dillard, B. Adams, J. Headlee. Proud boys 'uf the "B" cluli won their red letters tliruugli the-ir alvility in xarsity sports. A year's schedule of spurts was laid out in aflvaiive for the girls by the Planning Committee. The lettvr girl, den-lupeql iuterest in sports and Spniisurerl tlif' annual wlumlwr party whit-h was just one of tlu' Girls' "ll" lilulv lirainstorins. . 5-5 X . ag S Q if AT. :gg 1? vb X 1111--1 111111 1111-111 11.111111'1- 1111111-, l."A1f ffl r1,u111. lrfzwr. mu 1: 11. XX.i11x1'1'. 11, 1X11111111u11. 11. 111111-. 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Left to right: Mrs. Sherry. N. Jacobs. .-X. Faulknvr. C. Ferrell. C. Maskell. E. Boggs, l.. l,PRoy'. CQ. O'l.vary'. ll. Nlowr. H. Marlin. l. Nloliivr, U. Junwau. P. livyvr. .-X. Fvnton. B. Richardson. D. Walker, M. Ford. I.. Taylor. J. lluiumvl. llluftra!iou lllulm. 'Wlode-rn plum" were tln- key words for admlwl -parlilv to ilu- Sri-rivv l-'ii-tion maglazim-. Lei! to right. lozvvr. mu' l: .L l"aull.nvr. Nl. ilivking. ,l. Magnus: row 2: R. l"le-luuan, Nl. HQ-im-flux 04121 .f 'zo 1555605 in ffie 0413. Radio Club. Here are the voicr-5 you livard ovvr the air K. Wlu-1-la-r, J. Zlotowitz. ll. Johnson. H. Nlaaon, L. waws. Left to righi, rnw l: M. Park. ff. Culp. ll. Halli- Huxsr-ll. l. Rulwu. lf. rl-lll'H1'y. lf. lfvanx. B. floodvll. fl. away. R. Adams, J, Launt. S. fiorzinv. l'. Wood. P. Lundlu-rg, li. KI:-in. Kvarnvy. R. Mason. K. Norllirup. Nl. llickingg rvu' 2: 5134-L 4 4 'F' -iv G4 Waznsfy of jfzfsfcaafa l lu-- r re 41111 Leif! r mr I N n J Ixauf man. I ldlm n Im lax. P. VOZL' B. M. e 4 Y vw an 5 .1 99 -W Svwing iflulm. Then new xn p nfl Yo f o P. llawr. L. Lockvhe-a E. Stanfiz-ld, H. Wade 1 meco 4 3 lx Rromc x ow 9 .in rm Taylor. W, -ww' 5 ' T i Lo fi V 'A ik ff lggef T mHhRE1 dflsnk ,,i . 1 xtc men or op ln Ii' M 1 G fr.. xgf xl I xrgx A 4, T KNITTING CLVIS. Knit 4. pvarl 2. or was it 3? Spla-hy crvation- in wool wr-rw fporte-d by thvw knittf-r-, LH!! to right. V014 1: N. Kramer. P. Poli- m- J " vano. B. Bell. F. Im-r. If. Lalflwvll. J. Slonw. P. Gil-on. F. Flwrt. C. flaw. H. Walkvr. IS. livrgmann. H. Workman. NI, N11-.Ui-If-r. ron' 2: H. Nlarlvll. S. Hou-ll. 5, Sll4'IlTt'l', NT. ffollinx. F. Tv-n1g-In-. ll. Wow!-. F. C-fnlpllvr. Nl, XUIIHLL. l. I IIHN-lvw. F. Ste-rn. mu' 3: fx. llayflz-n. R. l'iwl1-r- llnv. NI. Wflifinmarl. lf. john-on. I. Khar- ruhax. TJ. Iironflf-r. F. Prai-nr-r. i,.,, O Bowling Clulm. Newly organized, the club soon reached its striking capacity. Left to right, lauvr, mu' l: Nl. Nlcllistvr. l'. Gil-on. M. 'f Z: Y Wolfe, J. Stone, M. Young, T. Wolfreyg row ' 2: li. Workman. lf. W alkf-r. J. Spf-ick. j. y Nloyi-r. J. Barn:-s. Nl. llanne-s. ,l. Rotligs-li: row 3: C. Pur-wll. lj, ive-liolcl. 5. Fimmon-. P. Pfllicano, N. Kramer, S. Baker, S. Hays. ' 0051 ffia fczmfzui. 1 n Science Fiction Club. The fantasically unlic- lievalile future was tlie sulmjm-vt of a magazine put out liy tllis original group. Left I0 right, lower, row 1: A. Conn, J. Magnus, C. Sam-hs: mu' 2: Nl. liit-king. ll. flooile-ll, Nl. Wulmig, B. llalas, C. Galt: row 3: Nl. Gar- rett, ,l. Zcrfing. O. Kinkleg ron: 4: R. Flcsli- man, li. Wliittf-n, D. Cupfe-r. Navigation liluli. The intf-rust licrv was most- ly se-award. Im!! In right, row 1: ll. Iwata, ll. liyrv. Nlrs. K:-itvr. l,. lluxi-: mu' 2: .l. Ht'Illll'fNlllll. Nl. l.a-lilvy. ll. llm-5. l". Broli'-t. fv on .SIM n Dv- ya I'HYSlf.5 ffI.l'H. I"m'r'v- nn ilu- 4'll'lYIl'IlI' aml .lx X111-1r vffwt. lm!! In right: RUN l: In lkurlugg ff ffulp. H. .XII B. lxlf-m. J. XI , . 1-full. nfu 2: U. Imllgarimm. Xlr. man. P. Iira-Hlutwrm. F. 4nAl'Ir"I. Horn. B. TIIOINIJSUII. If Kurzwcg. NI. Cvfkhan. .-K. Miglmf-ll. D. Powvr. II. llammonfl. R. Kifcr. R Culpvpper. F CHEMISTRY ffI.I'H. SOIlltiUI1xIiXv'TN. Left Q 5 gf' 'A' 'P'- -, ,f ff W . 'Q , 5 L righiz R. Um-han. U. Traynor. R. Hmwn. H. Mifclllr-r. N. Tuvkwr. W. LW. R. Ilylanll. 5 Blomgrvn. J. Watvra F. Malfly. J. Iivrry. Shogte-ck. Hr. Fox. T. Iiurklmaltrr. BIOIINLX f,LI H. .-UI fnrm- of lif-' hvlul a fa-- vination. lm!! In rrjulaf, mu 1: J. 'I'ulmg,m. ID. Hrvlll-. fx. 4,hanv'x. IZ, Nzumn. Xl. fn"'l1.lI1. .I. TIIOIIIIINHII. IJ. fllarlw. mu 2: H XXII n I' Frvntf. F, T'-111plf-. If. han-. . NZ Culpr-ppr-r. 5. Lyon-. 1. xIf,'H3lf. B. Rh-hardxon. J. Ii"lll'ffNllf1 if "K7'K' cisfzfi ic 1. 4 9 ,rv Future Teachvr- of Amr-riva. Patirnf-Q - .2 fortitude - Imywurtlx for this mcatinna aim. Left lu right. lower, rou' 1: Ii Zur-kr-r. N. Bowman. NI. Reynolds, J f.linf'. I.. IIf"f'I1NI+'IIl. P. Kc-arnvyl row 2 J. Ruth. X. Fauntlvr-on. S. f.mwlr-y. Nl 'XIl1IV'TN4lTI. I., Il'-rlvr. I'. Iivrry. N. Mar Ifr. IJ. I..xr'ko-5. NI. Svltze-rg raw 3: J I'1I'2lIl4'I-. I.. Ilarr. Ii. ffri--. D. During. I I'v-amf-lx. K, Kwlf-r. I.. Rnbinfon. S. NIC Kr-nzif-. c7I7Zof2 .sf,Lfg tl , I I f I I 1 I 1 Future- I-Jortorx anti Nurfw of .'Xmr-riva. A rnetIit'aI prof:-+ Ninn wax thvir goal. Left tu right. lower, FOIL' 1: C. Iiravhv-r. II. Traxnur. NI. Wulf'-. .I. ,lame--. R. Jat'0In-, Y, Nlarquv-N. fl. Ilratlyz row 2: NI. Dv-nnis. NI. Ch-n1f'nt4, B. Jnm'-. H, Stanlrfy. -X. Sf'IlI'PIIJt'T. NI, Woftvrg mu' 3: ,I IIi'Il4If'l'NOI'l. .-X. .Mr--r-. Il. Baum. 5. Iwata. D. Rice, I llanfm. M. I-,xrr-3 mu' 1: J. III:-ufn-l1I. 5. I.yunQ, I. Walla:-Q-. I.. ffaate-Iam. N. .'xIQ'X21IltIl'l'. NI. Faust. -Qvunrd-onus! 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Hunting and Fi-hing 1fIuIr. Thv grvui UIIIIIUUTN l'1lIIf'1I lIlr'v' Nplrrlillgl p"HpIr'. LMI In ngfzl. luzwr, mu- Ig ll. Cate-.- I.. Nl:-nu-x--r'. Il. IIJII1, K. Iluxtini mu' 12: I. Sutte-r. II. I'ILiI'IlNIIilVN. R .Illll!'iiI1. Ii. KIM-1nI1uI4Ig mu' fig Xlr, II:-nIy'. Ii. Ke-mI1I1r1g1, II. Ixruu-4-, I' II411-kle-tml. .I. Hun-In, UrapI1i1' Krt- IfIuI1. llr.1pI1i1'aIIy' -pc-ak ing. Ihvy 1Ii1I a nvat job. lm!! In riglzl R. Ildrlmu-. I., Huw, R. III'lI'l', ,I. XaI laelarf'-. R. 1QmI1n:.m. I IILHIII. II Hina'-. W, Fanlxwi. ,A ,.. vs -X ' avr 9 lv? - 5 . 1-3-y 1 -- 15 1 i 9 2 If gg my - ' II I 'I 7 1 I fx ....... . . .qo- " -f 7 .-A A--uf' Fist-lu-rg mu 4: J. Bankhead. J. Riflrarfl-on. IJ. Taylor. B. L. Brown. P. DeYore. A. Conn. J. Ferrara. B. Hoey. S. Shriv- Fal er. D. Hathaway: row 2: A. Lee. J. Carol. R. llalrlwell F. Donnan. D. Power. S Stout: ron' 3: B. Thomp-on. R . B. M1-ore. IJ. Ross. R, DeNlott. E. Barnett. F. Walton. Culpepper, T. fiherrix, J. Ford. B. Carr. lf. Eng:-trom. G. 1-"tw - 'W 'ws.M, Q, Q-...A git,-V. '-MJ. M cqflonf Ol7Z57 fQi7 26 The Xlontgome-ry Blair Band. Left to right. loner. FUIL' 1: w "gf FL ck. J. Hanson. H. Koloflnyg rou' 5: G. Smith. J. Fayler. . D. Castell. B. Whitten. B. Snyder. J. Whitcomb: fou' 62 and if f AX X "' f'5 fl 7 f Kwai 6 if ini' ,tr Q4 8 , b ,, ,AA .W mfr e s A 3: k!'1 Left to righl, lower, rou' 1: M. DeNeane. R. Gee- han. NI. Birking. J. Hummel. A. Nlighell. N. Cum- mel: row 2: H. De Ye-rmnnd. B. Xlisehler. R. Jans. Nl. Meehan. K.. Brown. B. AIISIPUSPHL rou' 3: A. De Neane. C. lnscoe. J. Fayler. K. Kruse. B. Mc- Your marching pride in red and white entertained at halftime and often kept the stands in happy harmony. The Tl-piece band tooted and boomed their way into the heart Blair. Their services were three-fold. what with assemhlies anrl semi-annual concerts. Dowell. B. Parks: ron' 4: S. Goldstein. E. Toth. ff. McKenzie. Nl. Nlarshall. T. Johnson: row 5: K. Dewhirst. B. Coodell. F. Harmon. j. Nlagnus: mu' 6: Y. Nlortorano. C. Kruhm. A. Ross. Nlr. Koch. Koch. Each talented member looked forward to the annual Tri-State Band Festival in Har- tinsburg. Last year they marched oft' with the highest rating in the Mid-Atlantic area. Also on their trophy shelf is the Lions Club award. 6 , mit Advanced Chorus. Left to righf, lower, row 1: E. Heft. C. Galt, C. Hawkins. C. Jones J. Schroeder. J, McFe-rren, R. Scherger. Forrells. C. Evf-land, Miss Crossg row 2: B. Slreic-her. J. Spatf-s. ll. Becker. C. Brown. B. Richardson. I. Buckingham. P. Weir C. Engel, J. Corey. B. Musgrove. J. Durkovie. B. McDonald J. Sartwv,-ll. C. Newberry. mia in ffia iz . . . Boys' Clee Club. Left to right, lower, row 1: J. Daw- son, J. Durkovic, B. Mooreg row 2: J. Cullen, D. Sabin, B. Musgrove, M. Corridong row 3: J. Ander- son. C. Kruhm. R. Shepherd. H. Kleiman. Chorallv and instrumentallv speaking, the mu- sic groups were tops! Eternal practice and re- hearsing always resulted in marvelous musimfal produetions at lvoth the Christmas and lfaster assemblies. let alone the countless other occas- ions when melody was in order. Television and radio appearances were often on the harxnon- ious agenda. .., li nw .nn B 1H'l'll4'-IFLI. lf!! lu fltllf. f1lll4'7', mu' li I.. I.:-Rm. 52111-ullvl lull' 22 Hillllow. wha'r'l4'!', P. Hale--lu. f.. lhfmrl. X. ll4'N4'1l1lI'. X, Klux. H. I. YY f-II1-nv mu' ,iz Il, IM-wrlngg. J. XXIHHIIIIN, f. iurul. .L I.:-vf, Nlr. KIPVII. H. llarmiing, ll. Cilln-rt. F5 ft 4 1 Q 1 '11-Q ru Mhanm-41 Lhnrux. lmfl lu righl. lnu'Pr. mu' l: Ni. Xhrvndt. K. Wrap-1-. M. Rf-ynnlrl-. D, Pe-rkin-. H, Fwaffurri. Nl. Lowry N. Bowman. NT. Wilxnn. NI. Ps-r-ion. P, 'XI'lfIT4'W'N. Ni. Pvrron. .-X. Svyrm-rv. IJ. Kyle-. 11, ilhri-If-n-f-n. Rvu' 21 U. lim-ksfr. Nl. Klin-'. , SQ-ohm-k. J. Piiillli. X. lirxin. J. flmulrivll. IJ. Tv-lfrml. ll. Clark:-. ,I. 'Hc'Half-. I.. llrw-nxt:-in. F. N1ffL0wan, Il. Iiyrf-. J. Xfir- tfngi S, N154-r-g run' 3: ,I, llawwn. Il. lwrlvx. H. 4,1-Imam. H. Harp:-r. H. Moore-. ,I. .Nnrlr-rxon, R, Fmxth. J, hull:-n. -I nc! cglaazf. 4 J J v Yoicf-5 mire-11 in mf-llow tones. LPI! I0 right: C. flll'iNU'HNt'll. ,l. ifnre-5. Nl, Wllxnn. I.. 1,r4-1-wtf-111. I,l'XO'f'IIIlblllI. I. KM:-1 . ,. ww . . .. '. '-. invrun. H. 'l'.ulwr. .l. Hillllxllriirl. ll, 4.11-tvll. J. N. frllllllllvl. I. XX rxgghl. l.. lxu-vllxnv-le'r: mu J lxauffmm Xl li llln I IN K NI: Ph r 4 Il I U11 l r rll 54,5 fQg.d45a.f! of Half-timef Herek-uma the mujorettesf Exgry .fmgtball gunw lvruught enlertainmvnt from Ll1i3 tuirlcrs. at-1'-blmats. zmfl puttl-porn girls ltigfli-Stflpping to the Tllftlllll of the band. , l 1 ' f! -rlllairl lliglr-xt:-ppvrg wen- lml by captain Barlnara Johnson, Blair! Rml and Whitt- Nlarc-llers. Left to right, lower, row 1: l.. Kem-Ntri:-k. R. Nlounvy. Nl. Whitt: mu' 2: S. Kauffman. N. Alvxantler. J. Funk. ,l. Dtdlars, S. Gumper: rou' 3: B. Johnson. A. Grover. S. Walker. 9. Luslmy, R. Walker. E. Devol. S. Slvv. 4,9 U55 .fam 5 Patterns and f-wrmutiurrs. nnrked out in the minute-st detail. fur IPf'I'fUI'Ill3l1I'K'5 were enough In make the heart uf any lilairite sxwil' with pride. This inaugural year gave Blair thelofflmrtunity tu represent South Uakota hy marching in the grfuul pararie. amllxnarvh they flirlf Al- though ffmtsore and ue-ury after a lun hour murrh. they gave il fine- shuts. Flag Be-arf-rx. Init! In ngfzl: N. 'th-xunrlvr. J. Funk. S. flurnpf-r. J. IJuNIarN. S. Kauffman. Lvl! Io right. lower, row l: fl. Luc'-5. rl. Yvolrnan, I., Wt-Ilene-, P. Wtlharnxz mu' 2: J. llllxlurs. ll. lllaxlnn. N. Lumhl. N. Wir-' ' 1 I flvhl, H. Hnllwr. H. HLilf'IlllIl4'1 mu' .51 N, ',l!IIlilIl. XI. Park-. K.. I DOHBIIINUII. N. Hdruj, ll. I.21c'lu'y, Hn-murthl 'Cf A, 1 1 I lf' ,wb XII1 IX 11111111 1- 11111' 1'r1 . 1,1-11 11115 XX1ll 1111? X11-11 1 :111'w. 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'X ' 1 In ' . v ' K 1 . "- f v Y N' F X 4 X I Q 5 .A I "' W3 'R H 2 -1 .' ' . 'L , 1- v X 1 If .lj - gr v ' , g , K, I.-H 'ff"j' '1 ,4 txt-. ' as-.xii a,L1,,,.,,-Nu - . .K 'K I v 1 5, , sf w '.- Y N" A ' t-'---...J ' THR up-4,Mfp ' u VJ :Aw gs.. . . s-wv...s,..,N.xrs.4 v. I W Q. .4 V- . -, N X, A. ' K. , ,- "- -N h -K K K Y - ,. 4 A .A 0 ,:..:.-l"""' ' V 5 - ' QQ- , Q' 1.5-5'0" ' " 'f ' Q Y, ..,-can-""' OZ C755 . 4, 'ff .C VW gr j 'i X all vi I O7 l 5 i in l 'fl fsmfmth Q , 'F r 6 .4 Q B? if QL? f gl D I K I vii , 41. Lf 1 ,,, 'Lf Y e Thrilling memories of Blair . . . Frigid and damp football stands . . . Bruises anrl svratvlies 4lf-xclnpc-ci frmn the l4lX'f' uf Qpnrts ...' Illia' c'uzxr'li's pw-p tallv . . . 'lillr' lTl21I'LTlllIlgI lvunfl znnl lligxli-sluppixigl ruraljniw-ltef all liall-lnrw . . .'l'l1r' winning lvu-lwt in llif' laft lf-n S1-rurirli . . . lin'-km at Xnlle lfif-lil nn ll f-hilly af- l1'l'1HrHI1 . . . llirngxl- ffm- lrnln f'liw'1'- . ,- .., N. ing . . . lln- plinln-lllilsri at tllv lilly- xairrl flafli . , . 'llic invnwiivs that llmllcrl . . . XI:-innrivs lilw xiielfnlws. . mvzwir :sh .' E . 5.2.3 'Tum ' Ea 2 ,N ,J 4 'ja in ,gp K QL! Q rl 5 J 1 'M' I lf"' A Z ,Q , 2 B B 5? V i ' ' fi' ' A"1 4 ' 4' 'b 1 '2 ' , 1 , Wim at 4 gf ,ii Z? , W ,W I 1 1 S 'thy' K Xa ,fgyff WSW 1 A il f 45 r' X, 5- ,-,1-tk '-.-' Q - ..,... B my -V., I W ,, ""Ds,. Q, ,, tg wi 0-A N: Ju cuziify M N 0 The 1952 football season meant hoarse throats and proud hearts in Blair's Clif-1-ring: sem-lion. :Xt the Annual County Janllioree, 'llurney manle the winning touchdown over Sherwoods varsity. Score 6-0, The climax of the day was Richard Blontgonierfs tangle with Blair. Schnabele snapped a pass to Street for the first T.IJ.. and to Rivers in the end zone for the sec-onrl. Turns-rr vo-captain. retrieverl a liockville fumlile ancl ran across the goal line for the third. Final score, 21-0. Y ' Blair Blazers. 1952 - Left to righl, lower, row 1: Tom Walker. George Rive-rs. : Fred Schnalielff. Ned Murphy. Rau' 2: Al Freas. Ronnie Culpepper, Divk Hilton, Tom Spann. Rau' 3: Harvey lwata, Neal Mcfxlerny. Edgar Tnrnf-y. Homer Jenkins, Row 4: Bob Grant. Ronald Harmon. limltlie Ward. Joe Duke. n 'Q , 'L I V N x L XT ' xxx 1 Ball FB McPherson - HB Y Schnabele - QB fry X . J vs MY W fl .1 Freas - T A Duke -- G fi Fpann - C Bfllff - C 4' ., L T., OF S PM 'oo' 40' wish' SP. ,--J ffv'-K vm Ci 'Z 2 9-Ooffaff SCHEDULE Septenilnfr Blair Opp. 20 Jamboree .. 21 0 27 Suitland . .. 23 0 October 4 Southern . . . ... 13 0 11 Coolidge . . . . 0 13 18 Allegheny . .. 19 20 24 Northwestern T 26 November I Hagerstown .. ... 25 6 Left to right, lower, row I: Bill Turner. Uick Street, Jack Ghormley, Bill Bennett. Row 2: Bill Ou-rman. Rim-li Coltlhaeh. Roh Coltlharh. Don llarmon, Ed Howlin. Row 3: Ronnie 3lCPllt'Tr0I'l. George- ENf'I'f'll, Terry llieks. Bill Oass. Row 4: Bill ' Bruff, Ralph Ward, Sonny llarpe-r, Jim l.imric. if -N x. X s X i X 'P' . W 'V N ,N X .I When the Red and White met the Suitlancl Rams. Nlurphy blocked a punt on their 15 yd. line. Ward swept left for a TD. Wlhen Blair recovered the hall. a series of passes brought in the final 'I'.D. leaving Suitlancl trampled with a 23-0 victory for the Blazers. The Big Reds entered the Southern game with high spirits and planned to he unscorerl, 13-0 was the result. lfreas did some swell blocking. Coolidge Colts led by Shepard galloped over a muddy field to win 13-0. l3lair's first defeat. Nlf'l,llCfSUIl and lirutl were in there fighting. To the foothall hoys, this was a familiar scene during half time-. Coach Conlim-tti was giving a "pep" talk while floarln-s Kraf- chilx, Dodge, and H1-ider contemplated strategy for the nf-xt half. Turner Ward Murphy -- E ., 1, .. 1. ...P 'R ...gi r 'G -o. V Q' '.g'i I 5- , .5:K '- 'I 5' - -5, 9, if . is --. '. fra. "f . ' TG - ' Q? ' , iv J .- at ff jv- .7 Uv' QC 'S' fi -..Q -'Ez- lllaifs Junior Xarfity. 1952 -- Left lo right, lourr, row 1: Frm-af. R. NIHYQ-aly. ll. Brown. ll. Smith. J. St-lim-u Rott 'lf l.uc3kt'tt. J. lfippv-rly. L. Ftuttlernyvr. K. Rvynoltls, J. J. llarrif. I.. llriggf. T. llivofivltl. I.. William-. l'. llale liowit-, E. Rit-liurtl-. Rau' 2: A. Yersis, E. Burdine, P. Dunlap. T. Johnston. The J.Y.E -tartefl tht- wason with North- we-ftt-rn in tht- Blair ftatlium. Blair was he-- hintl until the fourth quarter. when Brown thrt-w a jump par- to Harmon to tiP the 5-FOFP. Thi- Jaywv- lust to Sho-rwootl Varsity: hut tht-5 wt-rv re-nartlwl lay ln-ating ffoolidgv. The- Juuiur lilaze-rx ran owr lfaxtv-rn un the' lllair fivlll. Nvurv. T-fl. Ylartl. vntl. ran 40 yartl- for a nlfll.. antl lirigg- fouled thtf- Hait- vrn rl--wn lu running ar'ro-- for the extra point. l.at+-r. you -aw llarmnn hit an Eaqvrn havli for a -afvty whivh wountl up thp game. 9-U. 'lhv Blazrr- inf-t thi' llv-thi--tla Harom nn Ihr- ll-ffl fir-lrl autl plain-tl a hartl ganna hut iuxt tlitlnit ruakv that +-xtra point to tit' it up. ll-1.4. Juniors It-ft ux with a T-6 tlflff-at. 138 iz. man. and John Nr-Nlnitt. hurl llurthnv. lt-rry Juhnstuu. lun QW nohlf. and Rogxvr NICNQ-alt-y tuolt 0 1 pravtivv run for tht- lllazvr J.Y. 'lihv mvn he-luntl tht- -t-vm' who ti 1 It-aiux rolling: wvrr' Dun lfatuflal. Bah ta ll Blair's closest was the Allegheny game, where Ward made a weav- ing 44 yd. brokenfield run to the Allegheny 2 yd. line. then he hucked Center for the Blazeris first T.D. In the third quarter, Over- man, Blair's punting ace, kicked the ball into Allegheny territory. Street ran the ball to scoring posi- tion, where Ward went over again for a 'I'.D. A few plays later Mur- phy caught a pass in the end zone and put Blair ll points in the lead. Two 'I'.IJ. passes and a kick by Allegheny evened up the score. We lost one of the most exciting games of the year, 20-19. OU. QCD jf' Mt, ,.- Jim Limrir and Dick Hilton went after Clerk of Hagerstown who was tackled by h Tom Spann. -Q n Q . X 'f lf' -Q M i 4 4 1 I' r it Q llall threw a lateral to Schnabele in tho- Jamboree. I I ll. W - rlrah misswl. but Rank finally downed xrphy on the 55 for a 3 yard gain against Alleglieny, if-T ' ' .M iflgif 4 ,. s D ,, ' . 355 . In P ' fgq V 'P' 9 kr Q m ' A , 5 2 '1 A' A l 0 I Q ' 1 . , A Y . X BV 'Ax' 'w 'ff"'-.paw .' , 1 V J4.f':2h?Qg.+:"T.r,!,,,' ,Z V4 Q I . V I ? ' N J , , M, -4 .vp-. ' Fen Q' nvffji My ' , bfi k f""' Ain L ' vm-' " " -f 2' '?v5'u."'!'A 'wi . 1' WJK. v' ,M 'Q-"J . ,X I-.,. X' 'How-.-3 , P 'U +'z,3fw- fagfqsif 'fl C W 7ffI""4" , , f ,- , , ' . ' , '. ,r,f'N'. V' Aw,-if-K , -W AF- f",,', sw. "Q, " It zfffl "V-1,-' Q H . 1 5' .9 5 .M 4' -'ff-Tfnflm-aK4fu.f-rH4"":' 'f'- M .fri - , f .. rm, 1 ' y. 1-, .fn ',3,,- ,,,,..n,,, wb , .gif 1 , +4 4 ,, lf- ,f sp? WJ.. -A, "fm V- W 'tw - nf Jifv,14"'N.I'.QQ:' LL -M' A 1 f ' f' ' A .ww P' , Rvws, W- .FVW "f""' -fired, , .flffw-.'L' A . .ww . ,IKEA '45 W A 1- .W wh., ,-A... 1 . . ' - . ' ., I x -i f ..fg I All h as-ffqf.",f-?alY:'fj-FL! :'.,,LA'.'V m ' W i, V, 1my.,,.,, V 'nhl ,,,w'..fyg. -M,-1 X 0 X 5 . k , , , - ,V 4. : U , W I , , aa- , w f,-M:-:,,g,.'1f:fy4L,-f:- ' , ' -A" -N' "ik, 44-"'5x. 5 O r' W NN' Q 'U J-1. p Isp, 3 ' x 9 - . K g 1 1 .af y. , 'E' 4, 1 5 gg R 1 xi fm ip ' Q, ff, ann I ' 1 V 4 "L Q .,, 'm-ff v. ,nav is v -. lf c f A -Ffvv. x ' N' , , A V A x C ai. . 7-, Q75 K. '. A SCHEDULE Camgxg Blair Opponent Landon ....-,- - - - - . 4 5 fidwell Friend- .. .. 3 2 St. Albans ,.... -. 3 2 Fidwell Friends .. .- 3 O Landon ....-.- 5 3 Episcopal ......... . . l 1 Woodlu-rry FUf'f"t' . . - . U 2 Episcopal ....... ., 1 1 St. .-Xlhans . 3 2 P . l This year, Blair hooted succesfullx' into a sport, new to Blair. A competitive varsity soccer team was organized by Coach Hcidcr, experienc- ed as both a player and coach. Although the first game against Landon was disappointing with a final score of 3-2, Blair's Booters had just begun. Five wins, two losses. and two ties later, Blair came out on top with the best soccer team in the District Area. The Metropolitan lnterscholastic Soccer Champion- ship was yours! lupperl The ball got a send-off from Alfredo Posada. Li fx IQ! 'wffi , 1 , Soccer Team. Blair! Booters. Left to ri lit, lowerg row 1: Franklin Te-ran, Alfredo Posada. Ji 4He'adlc-e. ffaplg Nick Carho. row 2: Clarence DICKCUSZIP. Melvin Keller, Dieter Lerhs. John Kern. Irwin Cebhardt. row 3: Ronald Camlmell. Chuck Degan. Rodney Coxf Maurice Glatzf-r, John Long. ron' -1: Dick Thompson. John Cr:-gg. Dick Swinnerton. Richard Yillone. Herman Gr-iman. mu' 5: Coach Rf-ide-r. Dt- Tuve, Paul fried lleylwy. Ronald llamplwll. tin-hard llollis. flower! One-two-Iliree-kickl ,lohn Kr-rn. Divte-r l,erln Franklin Te-ran graw th:-ir kicks whe-re duly counted. 3 1 -'92 '59 rx. Morris Lee Billy Overman -- C Blanton McDonald - C Tom Tompkins - G G4 Cffiam 60225542 augfff in cz Baagef Push it throughl Ronnie McPherson l23l, Morris ee 4201. Bill Turns-r 1191. and Don Dillard 1181 went up with a "heave ho!" Question of the season: "Can you hold that title?H With a successful season of 5 losses and 16 wins behind it, the 1953 basketball team set out to conquer all. The first tournament game was against Blad- ensburg, a team that gave Blair two of its five defeats. They bowed to the Blazers, 39-49. Blair then faced the Bel Air team that offered a tough fight, but not tough enough. Final score: 51-56. Allegheny faced Blair as the third and final opponent during the play-offs. Although Alle- gheny led during the majority of the game, the Blazers made an exciting come-back in the last quarter. With a deafening roar from the stands, expert playing on the floor, Blair registered a score of 60 against Allegheny's 57. Answer to the question of the season: "They,ll have to find a darn good team to take away our Maryland State Basketball Championshiplw Managers. Bill English and Jonathan Daxid worked behind the scenes with Coach Dave Carrasco. Allen Schwartz is not shown. I1 , J fl"uH' 'dyes' aw-'f , Q, A , f ,, , , , ggi , ,QQ I . f lIl"n4 in Ihdf i Ronnl XI Phvr on ,Ia lx Duane Blalr Opp ec. tnnn 4 f-C, Nnrthw If rn e-C. Nlllllhf rn an. Xlumm . an. 1+ n 4 A , ,an. I 0. mf-t . - ' - " an. flunzagza M TI A an. ffoo irlgr- . A T an. t - nv- 1 ,- . an. . gE1If'l'lFllllI'Q f f ff J. . .Xnnapolh . .- - r. Nlitlanri . 7 - I. 'P J. mlui e- ,- F Y- 1. . NYflI'fIlVVf'xI0'FIl .- . 'f' 1. af 'nx g f ' "J.1.I 4' --4' : f -1. Fvb. 21 Fr:-11:-rivk H T9 59 Fr-la. 27 fluilhr-rxlrurg -X 53 36 S'I'XTI'Q T0l'RN.XXll'QNT Har T Hl2ifIt'Il-llllfgl A 49 31' Mar. 13 B1-I ,Xir A 56 51 Mar. 1-1 .Kllvgglle-11j.' A 60 57 X llf Hmm- T'-Takfmui ,X -Away' lp and lnf Xlurrk Lvl- l2Hr. Hill 'l'urne-r 'l'Jr. une! Don Dillard 4153! add:-xl Spark In tho' llvtlmf--1lg1 gznnv. Hula llvtvr-011 W- C Hefrln-rt Rawlings - F Norman Smith - C jim Limric 4 F 1 gm. .iw ' w l 1 - A :QWH M 14 ,ww ' .9 I if mf 5,4 U V! 125' , , n 1 7 A9 o ,Q sun A I' -vmi -in 7 6' . , ,, ,FWWIL , J I .pl ,av .ML gli Q- ' ,E 'm'.? fry, 323 L Q U Q . ,f-- 4 0 Q 1 7 gf E1 Q f 232' if , . 1 . ' . r 0 ' 45 4 l Q f f 3 K f . .fgiCZC!y.! 646112. list U .X final 1-ln-wk-up on Saul llonigslwrgl sights. and he was given tht- UK. by Nlr. Maguire-. Dick Spit-H was already firing. L o 1 0 . U A A K . Rifle Team. Sharp ilioolo-r-. lmff fu right row 1: John Williams. Roy Linrlholm, Stuart .'Xllf'I1. Harold Howland. lion Ftern-. Richard Ftf-rns. mu' 2: Frlwarrl Chaney. Rnlwrt Green. Rrlginalrl Tarun. Frank liru-irizlfm. lJo.ig'as Krn-1-. firf-gory ln-wi-. Bruw Xlvllow-ll. Wil- liam Yan Roye-n. ffourtnvy Fvhlos-er. llill Bark- ley. Hirharil Nlnrgran. Mr. NIaguire's rille team was ready, it aimed high, fired at the Sectional Cham- pionship and brought the trophy home to Blair. One of the best and most complete- ly equipped teams in this area was located in the basement of "D" building. April A pril April April May May May May May Hay wwffgcf Sf,lllfDl'l.lf 4 Xlvxamlria Xie-morial Rf-law 9 Tse-li-lfaxlvrn-Blair 13 lilaile-n-lmrg-Fairfax Suilland'C.W. 21 Annapolix 2 Wil-on Nlrtrngmlilari Nl:-1-I T88 l'nix', of Maryland Fieflml Day l6 Mil. State Hz-ct 22 Prince 8 Hunt. lfo. Championaliip Meet 26 "5 Star" Mm-t llntvrsqimilr 29 Bethesda Xlvxanulria. lfaxtvrii fl. W. fxlvx.. XJ. llluir ll. of Nl. Xlil-on li. 01' Nl. lllair lllair Travk Tm-am. lslw-I-fiwli-il lilan-r-. lm!! In riglil. lnuvr. mic l: Hicliaril Clulillrui-li. Huln-rt llnlilliiii-li. John Langer. .lulin A-Xlif-rn. ,lim ll:-acllr-1-. Tommy King. row 2: Bill Yah-Q. Clifford Royste-r. l.arry Parslf-y. Hvrman fiiernan. Holi Parks, Vernon Yan llyne-, Joi- Nr-flmil. in W' 'WH '3 4 1' Q ,E Q f fs ' CVR uh Q! 1 4 All set to go at track practice. Don Heli:-r and Frf-cl Cf-llner tor-d tliv line. 9 I , 'rg-as O Av Y 1 ,.. .44 6 , v Q av 4. fga W .xr . . v .., , U A . y -,., B 41 f 1 A I Q .. " M" f, - 1 1 ' ,A Q Q x 'Q' -- ii w H :SL ,M-51 i 7 . . f . . 44 ,. . -:A V 3 ' Q' I' .7 WN - if 9' LH I Q Q ' if ' .- 9. 'f'M:'f ,,, I ,VVV H .Zh 'A I I , A -1 1 if ' 4' w, ""'. 5' X ww. 3 - - V , V, f , .' if I 1 2 WI ' " ' M. ' H . fi M343 , ' WJ- , I Mmm 457, A ' ' 'm 44' A v " 3' ' - X M ' . 25-7' - , WM 5 A ,. - Q ,,-.,5-34' W f, , ' M -,H u,,,,,,,, - .. , f if ff ,.- L' 1 ' K " Wf- T' - g - .A , K ' A-1 Q-V,f-'-jj' Q' 4" 4-Q4 - , -1-1 :grew-..,,fff7: Q 1 ,af '- - 'rf-" A ' - f -N -- ' rf' 'Q ' -vf-' ,"- -Q53 ' " A A ., vw A 4" , . N 4 , " S- Q -' :-Qi ,M ,., gf" ' "' "". Q W 14-if -'f .. --L,af"'H -F9 r., :3:h.M,, 1 ' .X -'rlw fb ' 5 ii-X r , 'Ng , Mfg ' . ' ff: x t - ' 4. K L I R 3 gn! wi 1' l J .f uffafzacf aqfzoun . . . 9CllE1J1'l.F Mar. 30 Fall- flhnrvh - -ll'-the-da flolintry fflulr 31 Woodrow Wil-on g Kenwood Apr. 14- Coolidge- Nlanor 21 Hlatlerishurg f- Prince- Cf-org:-s 27 Northwest:-rn -- Indian Spring: May 5 Fairfax 18 Bethesda 19 Washington-Lee Successful in previous years, the '53 green-trotters worked hard for another good season. The weather ahead looked bright as the golfers took their periodic turn around eighteen holes. "Ford" Captain Richard Mason sent one flying over the green. Golf Team. Fairway Tramps. Left to right: Bob Peterson. Robin Ehlert, Jerry M0171-rren. Tom Tompkins. Coach Carrasco. Richard Mason, Sam Haney, tnot shownl. Mig - -X. , g,,g.i ,mega Q il SPY! Q 755. HTH' Rn X 9x3 pf i '9 W, Q.,,pJ s, ,, Q vi Q , 1 1 tl lf A id '49 ff fy, lx in .1 if .eat .43 X! 'S 'l'e-nnis Team. Racket rai-4-rs. Levi! lu right, lozwr, nm' l: Holm Treva-. :Kllan Nluchin. Norwood lieu-rielgn-, Xlr. lf. Rhodes. Alan Mighell, John Lemp, Phill Melvin, row 2: Ralph Duane, l'hil Mattingly, Bill llomlell, George- Leon- hardt. Lutz Niemeyer, row 3: Tom Devlin. Joe Goldstein, liolm Korschen. Frank Nleyerle. KM iffi iljouz ackisf Date April 2 April 10 May 5 Slay 8 May 12 May 22 SCHEDULE Opponent Western Northwestern llladenshurg McKinley Tech Gonzaga Bethesda-Chevy Chase Hopeful of bettering last years' record of 6 wins and 3 losses, the tennis team hegan an early March practice. Mr. li. Rhodes intended to serve Blair a fast tennis team. "Oofl" :Klan Blight-ll sv-nt a walloping serve to the opposite COUYI. Q1 W .E .., . .FW n.. .. .f X 1,9 ' ,Z l-exit:-f:"tT,,g,, 1, -es Q54- '-N-4 March 27 March 30 April 1 April April April 21 April 24 April 28 April 29 May 5 May 8 May 12 May 15 May 19 May 26 14 17 SC1lED1f1.l'f fluitlic-rsliurg fiillllIt'I'rlJllI'g Nort Iiwestern lii3Lll'llSlIUfg YY:-stern Suitland li:-tliestla-Clievy Chase Coolidge Roosevelt Hagerstown Willson Northwestern lllatleiishiirg Fretlcricli Bethesda-C,l1m'y Chase Home Away Home Away Home Home Away Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home March was still blowing cold cliscouragement when the Blair Baseball Team came out for practice. Pitching and batting its way to warmer weather, it was soon set for the tough 1953 schedule. When this yearbook was sent ' press. the winning weather looked favorable. Pitcher Ronnie McPherson wound up to send a curve over the plate. Aifzfzingg Siege Y tmm MM Q43 1. 4 w J., 'l.bl"f'-v K Ya: . qv- 41.1 ' A Q ,nr- -Q . , , ,, wiv-Y I ' .fx -..V .p .3, I xi Q .1 1 1 - as so-gf! ' ...fy 'F -xr ,cv Q ' X- V A - --. "Vi . .-J' oma on cz Aifzigz "Safe" Jack Doane slid into second. Fred backed up the play on Jake Wickleins' base. Y U U WN? 'BSN 'ww S41 ' s -' Schnabele " 2 .9 HlP"!VQ-o-- QC' 4 469 K f I , 1 viii' V51 if 'GK xl A A h liuwlzall 'IU-am. Fwattvr-. Lefz In - righl. lmwr. mu l: Huh Hal- -trml, Hurmll Hirvh. Ralph Hun-h. xv-v Hzupfr. Il'-mw X.1nI,mw. ffm 2: Utfrio-fi Hr-yhvy. Nm-1 lgiiflllbt. . lf:-urgv lin-rrtt. Hvnrx Yo-vllr-rx ,Iuhn lirnlv-1. H111 Uwrumll, ful XX.lr-I. UMM xI'lkM.lI'!. ffm ,.' ffualvh Klxldhmwki, lfrr--l Svhnu- ln-lv-. .lwhn Wi:-klvill. Huh Hurriw Juwk limxrw-. lhlph XX Ani. xx ' I e'-A ,. x, . ' 4" 1-. ', ww-my 1Qr' ' To Ihr' dixllliif of Hrrxie Harper. vatmhwr. Ralph Wahl -ffm A hom:- run -.uhuu hUNr'l' Ihr ff-nun" M' .hv 21" 11521 h I .. -N xi' cgifzo 'zfi Scene: Nolte Field. Action: an exciting hockey game. Players: Betty Lou Bergmann, Binky Verie, Carol Free, and their team- mates. Alert referee: Miss l,ippy. 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Judy Johnson had a crucial point of aim behind the back of the target, Miss Baker. Strike!! Betty Luu Bergmann holclf hi-r breath during intra- mural xoftliall at Nollv Field. ' . , Gym! cz figgf-Gyaazfaj 5 Dzif Strike-re for the bowling union. llinky Yarf-y and Pa! Wess crossed their fingers and let 'er go. my :glaze f game Shareal mernorifs of Blair . . . Cay dances and parties . . . lllassvs from September to june . . . Forrnutifm of lasting: friffnclrhips . . . lI1U?I'l'UIJll11ll: in vlussnmrn flrlltlllff . . . lin- liglxtening uml vntwxlairrixrg ZlrSPlYllPllCS . . . Seasonal Qtagw- flmxrmx . . . llc-glrlzlr rehearsals for a fpring Ijflvllllfllflll . . . The rlmmrwrie- urfrv Fl1HI'f'fl . . . Nlezlwrlivs likf: Illl'lfblllf'4. 1 5 n- 14 QQ' 4' Jn- e. ii' ' . ' 1 .4 QW. fill - L ' . , 1 ' - , 'Q - H ' ne , , 'e MVAUEI ' fi ,r' 7 b QP , , Q a Q41 f . -, , it fl - t -r ft - uw: Q ' HE- 'f . ' ' v lr' hw if ' , U P7 is i " i, xi-'34 's'?'q?f-'ig3"'Fi27t 7 mt 'lr ' + tf'v3"ti'-f+!? feetfwwf' 5' f ws, ' - We VP' r if lift- A 3 V' fit ,tml ' ft fe P .4 M- ,Y U . I JI, dui!! V Q , p .1 7 D 0. ,W 5 It ln.-A1 Q X J r , if E K 4 'W A Q f X I X fi - xi A ,gf 'I T Q. V ,V Ah, ,". 22, "L' ' -' A' Z N A x u MN' . , U ,gy 52' rn, Q X WAJ- I ' , Juli, I I ' i . J, I ' . 4 - A nd-' "T ' " Ke-lun-tunc'v clragzgm-rl your steps when rt-turning from stadium assemblies. Those first hack-to-school weeks were filled with new and renewed ar'quaintanr'es. lmthersunie ever-Changing schedules. and hidden class- ruenns that you just lftlllldllit find. The halls were filled with laughter and greetings uf uld friends. It was a hright new start for both you and Blair with her latest in huildings and faeultv. Sapfsmgezh cqcfiuify Ba an Crowdx Nwuxllpr-4,1 the- Hank to purchu-v that all-important awtivity ticket nofgaz sem. f?4'g 'L L, 93- lil AP -- , -ss., -QQ, N - , wif- 'vui 'f' NJ 1 W 5.7 mix-L ' Ib' 1 Y N is , .. 1- ' Q 'Q ,. n 1.4 F . w.- -wiki'-ff'M"-J .. ' P.-'fr' ' X.- ,, I "',- X A if ,r .v ' - , , s . arlx arrixah -trollv-l ru erhoul, 1. - 0. -in Q. Q- 1 - -A ,gf-,,-1 A1523-. -pe . ,f X B .,,."'p-x2'1e-Lifraff --. ' Q . f X"" " ' "9!14ws'L--I-A '5':""5?iT lil 'eifyft ' '12 :iiifll L '-1, Agfa 'SJ K I -:x1.n4mf f.g2?' vi! :Ji- S Q x W--- uzfdzn 'f mmf ' . Q' E-'E 'd"t:f" :QI ..':Yq " ' -FWF-Q.. S... 3.. Ns - . - f' 5, S- 'Q-A With the Qhir-ld and name alrvamly in Maw. Ihw rms 9,9 main entranm' rvcviwrl the fini-lling tullchv-. Q 2-1 fi Thr- lanrlwaping progirf'--rd un' -fir-r thf- xharp fp- .ff Fanrlx Flu-plw and Bob llurk. Vlbfllx ma- rum thw g:-111Iv lull- IUYH'-ri grw rx. l ,!' l'll.- In-l-N urriwll tu fill in llur- plum nf l.m1l-4-aping. Left , M . - 1 lu riyfzlz lri- lhwmn. UV!!! X'llllWf"- lUl'l l""'UiiV'l l'lP'l"ln4 .X :Tut Y y. . fm -' ' ,.i' ,L X ls .- 5-X' XA i Xltvr hw NVLIIN ul. plum uml l'IlllNll4lll'lllIIlS. 7 1 Q' D- 11.5 ll lvuihling flflml 4-lmllvlvlc-rl. l,a1+l yn-zu' mls one lillvrl -N '1 ,1.,T9..7 lg ' , , " I 1 ' O Nllll mln- HXt'I'llf'il!'IIlQ IIKIISQ' ul lvull4l4m'rs. f'l'2lIlCi. iq I in .rovrqx E :xml llilIllIIll'IS. ln Q-in-ly lull nl 52. llluir pruurlly . l ---' fi, tlm-xx UIIUII lu-r film:-F lu ilu- Villlllllllllllf fur zu "WNW-WA "-lvqww Sumluy ull:-rmmn slnming. 'lqlw rmult: Silvvr W 1, 'I 'E vm'.vy1, ' Fpring nur pr-lull uf Blair. E Y 7 AY l lxvgs' N 'Ill lm l 1 5 l n .. Q 1 'lu Ll l 434 . 'sl IU N ' sy. . l As - 'W Q lg l'l1fA UPN null llfmn- nl lmilllinu tlmw nv-xx vl--xlitur. I v'w h ' I ' ', -C G ' W 1 g 1 ' 6 " "" 5 -mu N' " ' 111. l -we - -r':i"r..'3'.u"5 lvl.l1lIIl:1. l.IlxlII!, pl.mImg lllv hulk vwrllilmxxrwl. - Us 1 in I L 'Q .- 'A 'G ng. 'lt nt ' 1 l Y 'S QQ 1 fuwulty anfl -tml:-nts jointftl in an rf fort In kr-wp tht! makw-hift lunrh c-on litiun- uurlxiltgi -nmothly. 162 'lf --.Q-.. -in. gf 'E rzgwzgfwse 1 Vat--tf-tm 1.1-1--lifting was Ihr- prnjrvt he-rv. "l"ifth-pvriml text c'ominA upfu Fuoti and study tuamlv a ta-ty t'umlJination. K but ., V .'1 ' 4 I 5: wlgxyfk M' X4 uuxir :zz , 2.23 -7' ' fff' A 1 I Q cf Cysmocfafin l,nnvii max .1 jPll'Il114 on tin- -h'p- of f. innlding. lm!! In righlz Nlurtlia lie-nk:-r. Ki-nl fllvrnr-nt-. lf-rry Alle-n. Allan Buch- anan. lloii l'+'lvr-on and Frank Harmon. l'ridc in tin- lwantifnl nm-ix vafele-ria made you forget them- first weeks uf sr-hool when sainlisivln-5. milk. and iw cream were purvhascd in vrowded halls and at the svhool store-. only lo iw gulped down in various classrooms. lint there soon vann- a day when lunvh time meant an enjoyalmle land nnisiwali half-hour. Happy tc'ar'in-rs had a pvuvflfiil lunc-h in their own room. I.urn'ii in Ihr nwu cafe-tr-ria didn'! alwayx vw-nt:-r around nonri-hmvnt. ,f9di gn' ,l Uafogsz 2 Spirit wasn't s f1111 6-thing that just Illflllglll ilu- Hon1f-cmning Paraclv was callvd off be wauw of ruin. -tml:-nts Ntill kept tlwir spirit. l O I lnurst forth in the stadium as the team appParvcl. only lu end along uitll the game. 'lllmcrv were the pep rallies. the lmunfirvs. and the Home- r-muingr Parade--all loacls of fun that went uncler the alias of "pre- gzamv activitiesf' Q por! faux IllI'0I1gt'll tlnf rvlrv-Nllxmlnl :taml .il Ll fuotlnull glarnr. 164 Days of regular classes or community' pro- 'wk jects gave you that Cortain feeling of belong- ing. Only one among 1636 students. you were rmcwrtlrelc-ss very' important. From Sep- tc-mlmer until june you f-limlverl anrl rfwlinrln- ml the TOT Ste,-ps. spout approximately' 1030 hours in r-law ull:-rv you uw-rl up somf- 1225 flu-e-ts of papf-r . . . anfl uflflml to tllf- hopes of tlle 32 fuvulty memlners, that Z1 llttlf' know- It-flgv was pufsetl on somfftlmc clurmg tho year. , t xt wil rs.. ., , -Q .up-. 14- .,.-.-......... - -..- -M .po A A Y .. ....--. -.. M. .-- .-..-- " Mt. wx zz 41,11 .und H, 1 , W -.4 ,, A f - -va..,., f an 1 la zz, "'Qdnsu11ui- 0... k',,,,,,,: rw, . at wma , . V MA wc. ,., ,M ,- My 'Kit' am. umm ,A W ,,, 7 W1 aqui-my ,Q-AQ" "I-fi-UI M, ' ' ' .vf ' " -'viva-. ,- """' has up amiga - ff , f ,Y -Qu ,,.,,, 4---ui.-. tm -.WW ai f--lx, ,,,,1 rl- N'-' . , -1- ,, ' IU- . ' " f . -ff -my 'f':...'--1 :F W-M.. ,. ,, : f.un,,,:n":'lft. i wlluqgmqmu LUN-.. '- . "lf-,gi 4 Wsulxmy , 1. Q.. . ..., ww., un., igu. no 1-Q. 3 mug ,n muah -Q. , an-n -ang., . tghim lad. 'Q-f , 1'-H1 Abu. 'W M ,,., 1 -Lt, W. Ui: ,, inf, Horn-.lsr Viillllrlln ynrwx yu-rv Nwn trom tlu- n:-w pax-ugvwuy K'0llIlf'l'llni1 lin uni 4. l-ulllllng-. f.I1o-Ily 4lt'l'4ll'-lllltlln tlml lowrwl Film-r ywrv Ihr- yyorlx ol url 1'lLlNN4'N. Svrinv window- ul ,- Mil, f ,, -,i'..."? 55.61 .X l llallowe-n-n ,-Q? . txt- xxx X f""MHh ' is A crucial moment in the mock football game was watched by Bob Schneiter, Bob Seaman. Cliff Stretmater. Carol Sue Flickinger, Saul Honigsberg. Dirk Spies, Norma Kramer, and Bob Adams. Football competition at Blair diclnit always mean inter-high rivalries. Quite the contrary! The faculty was given its victorious chance against the boys in red and white. Even the girls played eaeh other during the Mock Football Came. Since 'lturn about is fair play," the boys tried their hancls as 1-heerleaflers anfl toh. not majorettes. Part of the faculty I4-am uarntetl the benmh. Mr. Fox. Nlr. Koch. Mr. Continetti, Mr. Xlcllale. Mr. Moran. Mr. Kraft-hik. Mr. Keene. Nlr. Kulakowski. Mr. Holliday. Mr. Reitler. and Mr. Caras-eo. I N C B., V ' N .' f, . 5 5 , ggr a- ' Q r XA' U x , 7 Iii Q ,Af ff" cr- X v v N um f 5 e 9 . , qi. -7 i-A K' ,, -aw-- ' M O l 1 s ' J! ' , h- ' X A luv ' ' . ik! X .fs--'w I Wx I 1 I 4 ' i ugh, , " N -I' - -" -- 1 . " ' k f,'..I'?' 'W'-K, mm V it - :5!f?." T" ' " I ' , ..V ' 2 f z P, ' .,xx-,g4 r.rf,'-cgzfi 'Q - - ' 3.:Qui:zC'l'Q?x?- "z, f'K9'l1L1f " QA ' v,rV .Q fm XM-ll. hs-rv l aml llortirni-r wa- getting in wle-ep:-r than he thought . . . so the plot tliivlu-ne-il. cmc! Eidmdfid 051261 ln a hurry? Trying to hide Some- thinx? It f'0lllflIl.i he a body. could it. Dovtor Einstein? -, 4 I .f 4 ll lt 'E ff' -f ' ' ' "aw . I ' t I ps! ln three acts. the cast of. uArsenic and Old l.4u-eu" transported you into a isorld of 1-hills and laughter. Abbie and Nlartha Brewster hrought a haven uf death to tired. lonely men and two hours of hilarity to their audience. Cart of 'I-XHFENIC AND OID IACEH Abby Breiuter ............... Judith Launt .llarthu l1're'u'.v1er ............ liarhara Halas .llortirner Iz'rPu'ster ,lflflllfhdllhBff'll'.SfPf Uofmr ltristffirz . .. ... Rulwrt Adams Ralph Sherman he-orgy! Lal"0ntainig Terfrli' Hrruzster ........... Anrlrr-w llunnan Elaine Harper .............. Marjorie Croce The Rezerenrl Ilurtur Harper .... John Lange Ufffrer I,-Illlfll .............. jarnf-N Nugent flff1're'r lirnphs .. Ol-llifPf Kfirie ,..., 1.1-Pl1fF'lI'IVIl Ruunm Ur. Czlfln ...... llr, lftiltenlmffrt . 5111119111 ll1'rf'r'twrS . .. l'rnlr1li1r'r .... llt'rf'flml In .. llivhard Knr-rrlivn lirucw- Nli-Donald Yinu-nt Xlarturann . William flfiorlell William tat'-2 Knna ,larrv-ll. Nlartha Wuhnig . Carolyn Fraziilr Nlr. l,f-ui- lluhin llvliearxal- gr'-w nmrf' and inure hr-r-tie with the appruafli nil' opening night. L 1 'fi if g , NY' - jlbfifnhlib "gf-R in -Lf 35 rm X31 "' W X -1' U55 1.5 fucfanfi Recognition is. of Course. in order for those who gave xoive to Blair. Paul Har- ris. as the elevtc-cl Student Counf-il Presi- flvnt. supporlml and represontvcl ihf- high ideals of his offico. Behind the mike in the offivc-. stoofl Roh Adams ancl Jim Battles. the unseen voir-es of tho Puhlic' Address Syslmn. ', , 1 I Paul llarris. "Klan about Blair." amlvqualvly fill- :-al the- rhiwf e-xvriiliw-'s chair. "Will the following people . . ." The morning announcements wr-rv dispensed with by Bob Adams and Jim Battles. Q s .IA -"' .i ,JY A ' xt sf' K. 7 wg lm .fir I -1 X Gqcffniniafzafa .' 1. Y . Q. ' -qv- "Nif-rry Christmas." The school sion- add- wl its share to the- sr-asorizil vln-wr. ffl! to righlz Ilan FIlllIIlt'I'. iiarlnaru Nlvllul- lah. Julie Buckingham. Ugzou li Klfllzzfsfz 012661 . . . Winter, reviews, and term-papers came along before you realized it. That pre-Christmas rush might have seemed hevtic bevause of the brisk weather, or could it have been be- cause of pressing deadlines? l battle-hardened Korean soldier. Jim Nu W gent. during the Christmas play: T71 Chaplain. ,lim Qayler gave advice fo a 'p . , 4- 1 -, s fl sb lu U!! Dancing cgoyaff 5 ., I ' f Y, 2 S8 . I Q I, r l If ' 4 f , l S I A , I ., 'Q . Q z A , , .. 0 I ' r - I , A majestic Coronation ceremony re-ached its climalt as the Ckhvn was places v I "just so" hy Patsy McD0nalfl. , ,l , . ' v- . l I I U 1 l s ' 4 . C Q ., , I . , . ' 4 ,A it Q , l s v Memories of the Christmas formal: scent of corsages .,. . low lights and the soft music of ,lack 'Xorton . . . glittering royal Court . . . top tenfmelodies played for you . . . clouds of daneing formals . . . Queen Nartcyis white CllQ'SEiI1lllCI1lUIU crown . . . dark-suited escorts. " ' A happy queen waltzed with her court. The Royal Court. Lejz lo righlz ,lane Eaglcton 'Chairman of Dance Comml. Paul Harris 'Pres of SCI. Patsy McDonald 'Pa-I Que-en of 'Sli -toorl behind Nanry Brown. Queen of Christmas. who was surrounderl hy her Court. the attendants .ludy Launt. Roberta Walk:-r. Joanne Powell, Carmen Loyre. and Barbara John-on. Ginger Parker fAlli'I'1tl8l'lll is not shown, el Xl -X 53258. iii QF wk ggi . f' 'yi ff I L .Aging N 'Q F' A treasure chest of fun was opened at the Senior Ship Wu-ek Party. Peggy Uellrmall HH!-l Ronnie Shepler, Janet Hoyle and Charlie Huddelson were there to collect their share. aiafy flfwffi. A refreshing time-out at the Sock and Sweater Hop was takfn between the dances with "the dolly with the hole in her sock" liy Bill Blusgrove. Be-tty Quinter, Dick Forsyth, and Doris Broncler. ,J Ship Alloy. my inatwf The senior Class ship sailed up to the gym door . . . anfl wrecked. Survivors staggered down the gangplank clad in towels and failor suits to join the party. Dancing. refre-hments, and enter- tainment were all served up 'desert island style'-free. Relaxing in Qwffatvra lllairitw swung through the annual Soc Hop quite ell0fjlf'4i. The Ying-Yer-a wax another clan- .-ing highlight of '53, The girls trf-ated: the lilly- iloaflwl flown with prim--winning "corQagef"v relaxed .intl i-njoyfwl the liackwartl evening. 4:1 X X "Don't be a Qquare. dancefi' With barnyard theme and scenery as a gay backdrop. the 1933 Variety Show cli- maxed months of Constant rehearsing in a three night stand at Blaine audi- torium. Caked with layers of makeup and lilindf-d by bright footlighti, the acts Came on and played to happy full hou-el. Terry llielci. with hayleefl tucked bf-hind hi4 ear, f-nief-ed the Lhow with real Qtylf-. The pwrffirntanrw- were highlight'-rl with faeulty num- beri-Squaws Steele and Matax-a and Big Chit-f Rubin brought ilmsn the houf:-. The end of another profitable son waa ef-li-bratevl by thi- ia-t at the Hot Shoppe. 1 The ble-Qfingx of blaek Ntrap molaw-N and wheat germ bread were acclaimed during Variety Show rehear4al by Paula Gilson, Carol Sue Flickinger. Sandy Sheplee. and Bexerly Butler. a 'Q 1 X - 'r afzisf 4' Q . ., t A Peggy Behrman and .lames Short danced a real hot number-"The Ivory Rag." . . So sing right out for Crandma's lye soap! . Preacher Charlie Mason declared before John Lange. Carolyn Galt. Hal Hammond. Terry Hicks. Jack Anderson. and JOHHHP Powell that "It's in the Book." l75 cihlaif cflflonfgolvzazfy Bfaiz By old Sligois winding waters, Gentle hills of Green, Shelter as their proudest treasure, Alma Mater Queen. We thy students will be loyal For thy glory fight. Always keep thy name untarnished And thy honor bright. As the years shall luring thee power And thy share of fame, Countless students coming after Shall exalt thy name. Speak thee fairly Speak thee proudly Shout it to the air. Hail to thee our Alma Mater Hail Montgomery Blair. ooaumzf be fashlonwlse clockwnse wnh up fo the mmufe apparel from our fashion conscuous Fourth Floor Le? Mass Warren our School Oufhthng Coun selor advnse you and help solve your fashuon problems Its aluays a nzcer occasion u Lth A Corsage from GUDE S Gude Green humb saws Am tlme of the wear Cude s flowers are always greenhouse fre hl J BERGMANN LAUNDRY Becomes Quality Conscious Nletro 8 2220 623 G Street N W S Twelve Convenient Locations SUBURBAN TRUST COMPANY A Strong Friendly Bank Sllxer Qprm Nld Hwattswllle Nld There zs a Suburban 0 :ce near you Nlember F D I C MERIN STUDIOS 'l0'I0 Chestnut Street Phlladelphra 7 Pa l77 1 fl A- - as . . , . . . U U - I . . . . . I . U - l.,. . , . . Q. - 'v . - ' . I Y v 1 v . . . 5 1 7 1 Q 97 Q 9 I 1 . . ,..-'A' 7 ' Nl, CHARLOTTE CLLP JAX? WILDILRNILTH MAR, ZEN FYE EXAMIAATIOAS 1342 F S N W EY 3 143 QUICK REPAIRS .I E L L E F F S SILVER SPRIMVV ff WM V J' V WN I1 lg gg iii sliig Future M ,EL MJMBMZF , OM jp ff .ff QW W M WK 1 Lug yAND1A v ' ' NS 'V A I I treet, . ., A r .f7 f fi- v""':,f " x r Q. zz i shopping at their favorite store... 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Stese Blomgren and Clark Foulke mixed and filtered away. 116 121 116 125 113 125 118 120 114 121 124 122 113 118 125 121 120 119 121 117 124- 8 27 22 32 18 26 16 10 11 25 33 28 19 12 13 24 9 30 ana! 53 Science Social Studies FEATURES Building Christmas Formal , Faculty, Varsity Football Came Halloween Homecoming Nlock Football Game . Pre-Christmas Activities Senior Class Play September 1952 .,,. . Thanksgiving Assembly Variety Show .. . , Vice-Versa Dance PUBLICATIONS Praeco Argenteus Silver Chips Silverlogue Silver Quill SPORTS Boys' Baseball Basketball Football . Golf Rifle , Soccer , Tennis Track Girls, Archery . Basketball Bowling , Hockey Rifle Softball Table Tennis Yolles ball 14 20 160 173 166 165 164 166 171 168 158 169 175 174 112 110 106 108 150 142 136 148 145 141 149 146 155 154 155 152 154 155 153 152 "1.et's get the show on the road." Pat .lames. Joanne Brown and Nancy Bal- derson left after Blair's victory. 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