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

 - Class of 1957

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BAN 'L GNTGQMERY X, ' CGUNTY '?s., A BUILDING, all-" 1' Daryl W Sha M Ed B S Ed Pnnclpal The chlld grows llke the communlty whlch ll scrxes The growth of Montgomery Bla1r Hlgh School sen es as mute te tlmons to thls HQQCTUOII when we stop to L0IlHlIlfEI' the almost phenomenal propor tlons to whlch Blalr has deweloped smte lts ftllllldlllg 1n 1933 Slnce then our student enrollment has trlpled 111 sxze phs Q1C3l plant as well as faculty had to be enlarged to cope wlth tlus contmumff deselop ment It ultlmatelv became necessary to bulld other 'sqm We ww: we Qs'-.fQfE1'3-gist 'QQ Nt is fl 1 as lf' Q l f? X NS f W N we if "' a 4 I' chools to proude for the needs of thls expandln commumtx and to asoxd oxercrowdlng Our school :enrollment and the growth of IIS o rflphlcal area haw nearly Ql3l7ll17CCl The lrowth of Blau should now be m achlexement lnstead of numbers We are proud of the Blalr sp1r1t and the contrlbutlons that the school has made to the com mumtx ln the pist Mas we be equallw as proud of Bl H f air uture Best wlshes to the class of 57 4 Q ? V 'fm . A 1 0 ,Tu N, t we 5 123. ' " , Q " Qi'-fffllxiyi X ss.-if Af-ji, f'ifP,'w',,f,lpgXUffL K 5,5 '. V-:gtg ,f1,'tjQx t 1 ,, ,V - it-f4'?72Hff,'ff xv' gli? V V ,iw A . 'nxfffffl 1 ' . wf A Y- QI A-.t.igfx,, ' , '57 Xe .gy , Q. ifpgygm, , .ff 6 X4 A 1. 1, - .-an :xg-g-71N 'X Q, ' I qw- f , ... W-. X A ,faq +2 . t. .-',kyf".'.x ' 1.2:-:Qi we Q sz .tx,A,,g2S. .h 1 ,gf -1 ,fiat ' , '-, A Q43 , w i ,po ' 3. 5 ,N .tm 3 r J -- , ,. 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Y, , M 9 a l f R t L KENNARD RHODES, JR., B.A., MARIAN L. SCHWARTZ, B.A., M.A.g ALLAN F. VOGT, B.S., M.S.g Vice M Ed.g Vice-Principal, Attendanceg Vice-Principal, Instruction. Principal, Administration. Key Club. Always behind us with encouragement, counsel, and knowledge, the Administration served as the backbone of school transactions. Checking Attendance, verifying an- nouncements, and supervising office affairs were only a few of their many tasks. Working hand in hand with the student council resulted in a student-administration re- lationship that greatly benefited Blair. The official duty of the counselors was to serve as co-ordinators between students, teachers, and parents, and to assist in special outside services. They guided us in our selection of courses, made suggestions as to which subjects would best fit into our future plans, and made follow-up surveys after our graduation. They Paved the Way LUCILE D. APPLEBY, B.A., M.A.g Eleventh Grade Coun- JOSEPH A. MORAN, A.B., M.A., Twelfth Grade Counselor. selor, Foreign Exchange Committee. ROBERT J. ZIBIMERMAN, B.S., MS., Tenth Grade Coun- ELIZABETH C. MACDONALD, B.S., M.A.g College Counselor. selor. L. APPLEBY E. MACDONALD J. MORAN R, ZIMMERMAN i"n nv. 3 QU!- The general responsibilities of the Secretarial Staff included typing. mimeograplling. and dittoing the school bulletin. School registration. permanent records, accreditation. daily bulletins. and tin- payroll were some of the duties performed Growth of Our School LOUISE C. DUEYQ Secretary AILEEN NISEWARNERg Secretary L, DUEY A. NISEWARNER by the four secretaries. P.T.A. announcements were organized and compiled by mothers who volunteered their services. ALICE D. NORTHQ Registrar and Administrative Secretary MARY F. WHITCOMBq Secretary A. NORTH M. WHITCOMB li K 'QC5 V? Under the excellent leadership of Dick Niner, Bob Anastasi, Cary Thompson, and Susan Allaway, Blair's Student Council complished a year of activity and progress which we will recall with satisfaction for many years to come. Learning to be Leaders The Student Council had several main projects for the year. They accepted the presidency of the Mary- land Association of Student Councils and made prep- aration for next year's Convention which will be held here at Blair. Bill Stewart was elected president. Blair designed the "tate Student Council pin. ac- Each symbol on the new Council vA0NTGoMfQY pin bore a definite significance. The B'-'VR 0 balance represented justice: the 516 1 V staff stood for leadership, and the ' scroll symbolized knowledge. School activities and contributions to so- I Q cial service were represented by the 67-0 V 1 Ly masque. 44197. C559 Work for better relations with the community was carried on with the Silver Spring Board of Trade. A Student Council delegate also attended the execu- tive meeting of the P.T.A. in order to maintain closer relationship between the parents, teachers. and stu- dents. fs ,. Q Xa 'Q7 3-5 Q-7 ...W Elected by the three classes, the representatives of Blair's Student Council voted on important measures to fulfill the wants of the student body and also to regulate its activities. During the homeroom period, they related to their assigned sections news of the occurrences in Council and took sug- Ffnforcing the rules and regulation of Blair, the Student Cort tried accused offenders. and administered punishments stlildlllt' to their individual violations. The justices. who met regularly, furthered respect for the law and trained students .94 -nl 'A 11 'Q .. -.4 , g A -x 1' -U Y7 wwf' g1t'sllltI'lS for improvements. :- nn Row l: B. Stewart, D. Apple-hy, S. Stone-lianks, E. William N. Darby. B. Dulllars. C. Heidenreich. Row 2: B. Nolte, ,l Lewis, L. Hunt. B. Goss, J. Cantwell. C. French. K. Antler n J. Sandberg. for later lift- in the community. Sf-ated: lf. Smith. .-X. Richards. li. Slianltlin. fl. lila Q. rfilllillll. ll. Lit'-l'it'. Y ,,A. 1-- vs ' QP ..,., ,fr Row l: 'lf Herz, D. Martin, P. Fallon, J. Orcrhin. ll. Love. Row 2: A. Herman, li. fhiiicli. l. Faunce. How 3: J. Schrilmer, Nl. Korn:-gay. Nl. liird. li. Sloan. Row 4: S. Neal. R. Smith, .l. Wliitalu-r. N. Kearny. Row 5: C. lleidf-nr:-ich. B. Koehl ll. Anaetaxi. rllllff sound of tht- air raid ale-rt or firr- drill alarm sent invmlir-rf of the Safety Committee In their posts to enforce proper IJl'UCf'IlllI'f' and safr-ty rr-gulatione. 5: qjunv, it 1 WD K . Y.-X AM-A A- Q--441 Hffu' l: l.. ll-wlw. K, lfaiixvr. l.. Rude'- xllf'llIl. Nl. llwuxly, N. lfxtvx, T. l'arsonQ, , 5114-gtk' r, Row 2: 'L lllilll. ll, Slit- vlif ll. lf, NX illiamx. .l, l'it'Hell'I'Ill2l4'llf'l'. J. Sinitli. ll. l.f-islw. ,l. Kinrivwly, Row 33 .l. llawlwziy. 'l. lllIll'lIlHNUIl. l.. lfranrv-, N. l'i-lligrrino. ll. Xppli-lay, il, Ulillieivs-, . ffoulx. N. lllliilztluir. Ron' 'lt l". H , .. . . flair. Nl. lloolv. Nl. lwtlpzitrlrlc, f.. Nolte. Nl. llvrinf-tt, lf, lllll. l. l'ii-I. K l.flllliil'l1IlLI -llIllt'IllH vilio were ill, niaintaining ilii- wir nie-inoriul. and lwadingr tliw- Ntndv-nh in tlif- morning: de-- xolionx vsvrv tlie- projwl- whif-li tlie- l.lldIll2ilI'lr t,tiniin1ttr'e Ntiru-Nfftilly rar- ried out tlii- ye-ar. They Served Our Needs Rau' 1: fl. Fr:-ncli. li. Caniarsh. C. Nlorrey, D. Cooper. Rau' 2: ,l. xltliillle. 5. 'lltoinp-on. K. Se-Ply. lf. lleswirk. lf. Caniarfli, Hou' 3: 5. l.eig1lit. l.. llook. S. liailf-y. l.. Crook. ll, Svlxnelily. R011 il: Xl. Provti-r. M. Murray. C. Hill. S. Fitzgerald. Coordinating tlie work carried on after 3:30. tln- Actixity fforiiniiltm' had tlit- rf-,pon-iliility of chartering: all vlulrs and. lllffjlljlll tlif- .M'tix'ity Council, Saw to it that all extrawur- rimilar artixitii-5 were administered properly. 5 . rf N1 af Row 1: J. lleneh, S. Wheeler. L. Powers. B. Kline, B. Tait N. ffriehton. M. Davis, J. Hicks. Row 2: l.. Cliek, D, Johan nes. l.. llarmon. C. lleidenreieh, A, Maekin, C. Bell, B. Schweit zer. Raw 3: J. Long, M. Price, M. Sterne, M. Parsley, Y Sharp, M. Parshall, J. Eekloff. M. Carson, C. Gable, L. Mc Kenzie. P. Bean, R. Garner, N. Marlowe, A. Thrift. Row 4 ll. tlrziliuiii. ll. Anastasi. J. llillheimer. J. Schreiber, D. Shur J. Lewis. This group at-tml as 1-ustotlians of that popular and ot fre-que-ntetl spot. our Student Lounge. ln its second year 0 operation many prohlems arose and these students were always on hand to solve them. Relaxation With Moderation Row 1: D. Ludovici, D. Johannes, K. Anderson, B. Anastasi, J. 0'fIonnor, D. Graham, K. Matson. Row 2: N. Stein, G. Jnrrf-ll. ll, Jhflilllls. F. Shirley. 5. l.urt-oniln-. J. Uri-hin. Row fi: W. Wimer, M. llird, D. Martin, C. lleidenreich, I. Faunce, R. Durlcovie, J. Arthur. Row 4: T. Herz, D. Wilkerson, S. Hoff- man, S. Fisher, C. Bell, E. Thomas. Row 5: D. Hummell, S. Jones, J. Whitaker, J. Schrieber. The reorganized Citizen-liip Committee was responsible for enforcing the regulations at Blair. Many offenders were sumniona-il lo the Ftudent Lourt lmy mittee. the members of this c Hou' 1: F. Jacolis, ll. McKenzie, U. lficlle, I.. llrnwtly. Row 2: J. Ohl- hviser, H. Sehlatter. .l. xlrlwna, B. Wil- liams. P. Rogznlifz R. Smith. "But l have to get some typing pa- perl" This plea for school supplies was heartl and answered hy our School Store. lfquippf-fl with materials for all our needs, it was one of our most fre- quented spots. Row 1: J. Bulkeley, A. Schickler, H. Ifwe. M. Freedman. Row 2: S. Neal, N. Alkire, D. llylanrl, C. lleidenreich. Nlvinlwrs of the Aililv-tic Committee vw-rv frequent sisitors In homerooms, selling season football anfl haskf-thall tickets. Sponsoring Blair! bowling: league was another of its activities. uf! Q? qflgfi I. -2 ex..- H014' l: ll. l.anflis. ll. Faglv. 5. Pelle- grino. 'lilir' Klonogxrain flommittee lu-pt Carv- ful ru-rorrls of all points awarslvtl to make- certain that vavh th-si-rving: stu- dent rf-rw-ivetl his monogram. ff Z 1 Row 1: ll. Campbell, D, Cooper, Darby, E. Olinger, K. Godman. ll Graham, Xl. Duroff, R. Brandon, M. Parshall. J. Ruhini, Row 2: J. Schmidt, F. Friedman, K. Seeley, S. Cisar. J. Lewis, M. Fhira, D. Appl:-lay. Nl. Price. E. Wil- liams, N. Reamy. B. Shanklin. B. ll:-islr-r, F. Fitzgerald. Row Q: 5. lfwen, J. Arlarns. K. Weaver, ll. l.uelox'ici. B. Cantwell, .l. Parsley, E. Anderson, Nl. Carson. Nl. llaker, Nl. Carceau, Row l: A. Hutchinson, C. Nolte. Row 2: C. French, J. Hutchison, D. Martin. Row 3: ,l. 0'Connor, D. Fisher. Row 4: M. Bennett. C. Heidenreich, E, Williams. Close- contart with other srhools to promote hetter under- standing and unity of purpose are the main functions of the lnte-r-School Relation- Committee-. Nia-on, P. Bean. L. McKenzie. Row 4: J. Hackey. A. Kline, S. Thompson. L. Hunt. J. Lemp. E. Jarrelle. N. Boykin. A. Richards. S. Fisher, M. Henry, H. Love. J. Smith. L. France, NI. Battles. Planning and exeeuting all si-hool elections, the Election Committee had the advantage of knowing who won before the rest of the school. The Foreign Exchange Clulm helped raise money to send Blair Students to foreign countries. Members who had traweled abroad shared their experiences with the others. Row 1: F. de Seriere, R. Askino, KI. Whiteman. Row fl. Shapiro, N. Robinson, S. Fmity. Row 3: F. Cornelius, B. Potznvr, N. Kline. Row 1: K. Roy. l. Str-llmacher. N. Larson. Row 5: C. Culp. l. Stellmarher, B. James. Row 6: ,l. :Xrln-na. P. SCtlllJZililCt'. F. .-Xlailima. PT E7 Row 1: A. Rivers . Weaver M. Carson D. Lutlovici J . J , . , Hackney. P. Smith, M. Nlagill. L. Viright. Rout 2: J. Reuben, J. Et-kloff, P. Bean, L. BIC Kenzie, N. Mitchell, M. Parshall NI. Pricc. Row 3: C. Brubaker, C. Baumann, R. Branden hurg, A. Toner, L. Shira, M. J. Cantwell, L. Hoche, S. ling strom, P. Borrica, ll. Silliman, K. Narey. 5. Murphy. Row 4: Row 1: C. Nestler. R. Schnebly, J. Nlenage, S. lssacs. A Irving, J. Dieste. J. Lester, S. Bailey, S. Stockman, J. Reuben. Row 2: F. Belair, A. Folk, C. llill, L. Nussbaum. C Cromer, Nl. Whiteman, B. Potynes, A. Belcoe, N. Baker, J. Ireland, B. Slater, C. Hanson, A. Buele. B. Williams, J Porter, M. Levin. P. Mills. Row 3: J. Faust, S. Bains, P Straughan. D. Fawson, ll. Eshulmah, E. Gamarsh, R. Freas, N Geiman, M. J. Cantwell, R. Rosen, P. Rosdale, J. Dennis, J. v L. Mc Cullough, S. Stokes, J. Urchin, A. Cumpper, B. Mar- tin, F. Jacobs, J. Thompson. Always present with a ready smile and a warm welcome, the Welcoming Committee greeted all visitors and new students to Blair. Spreading Good Will Watson, J. Walton. D. llylantl. S. Whitt-, B. Rutherford. J. Costlon. Rou' 4: S. Low-, A. Whitaker, A. Sugg, C. Grubb, C. Kessler. S. Kaplan. J. llillln-imma-r, J. Whitaker, R. Koehl, F. llotttlntan. l.. Powers, I.. Click. N. Marlowe, J. Bausurman, B. Richett, L. Sobel. R. Str-in. The Welfare Committee collected clothes and money to help those less fortunate than we here at Blair. The Publicity Committees newest unclertaklnff was publicizing stu- dent attlvitits ua tht HCIIXIU bulletin board antl monthly calendar. Runners poster and mobiles were also seen throuffhout the school, 3dVCI'tlQ1I1U exerwthm from formals to football games School spirit Combined E orts Produced Results Row 1: D. Appleby. N. Darby. D. Adams, K. Anderson, S. Turner. Row 2: H. Conch, F. Shirley. R. Clements, D. Johannes. Row 3: C. Kissner, S. Neal. D. Linkins. C. Thompson, I. Fannce. Row 4: R. Smith, J. Stogo, T. Yr-rsis. R. Dixon. Row 5: S. Jones, H. Wilkenson. H. Boykin. D. Hummell, B. finastasi. Row 6: T. Hertz. D. Shure. D. Leroy. B. Woodeheck. M. Bird. Row T: H. Corzine. B. York. E. Jarrell. Although an obvious function of the Assembly Committee is setting up chairs and supervising conduct in the assemblies. the committee also helps C0- ordinate assembly programs. if ,Ai R011 1: ii. Seltzvr, Il. City. U. Niorrt-y, L. Coffman. N. Niav ,-'L flxiiuppe-r, L. Whitney, S. Kaplan, L. Johnston, B. Swar ke-Il, I.. Huchr. K. Spf- B. Packard. A. 'lihrift Rauf 2: ,I. We-axcr. J akvr. J. O'I5r-rg. H. Nucl. P. Straughan, wont. H. Funk. H. St-lin:-lily. N, Crichton. M. Dtlcoff. E. La . H. Schwf-itzer. J. Schmidt. 5. Hohe-r. R. Fry. 11, Ne-slier. . Long, NI. Fry. N. Norris, Spinne-r N. Fstcs, A. Halliday, I.. Huntt. Y. firockcr, C. Harris. P , I , yh.Afft.e, J. Rubinwnv P. Hempvrsw M. Hoagland' S. Lash 1-he--trux to play were tltttit-N uwigned tu the energetic Dance B. Bray. Row 3: L. Cook. D. Carte-r, S. Allmon, B. Stanlf-y, litmtiniztf-r-, Rim' I: P. Junv-, H, Kirliy. L. jvn, S, Smith, M. Fitzpatrick. N. Rolf'-rts. 1. Wilson, F. ffiirir-n, M. OISPH, M. Battlf-s fl. l.uwf'. J. Qiiiglvy. J. Hvuhen, Ni. Kurrwgay. Row 2: F. i.l'Nl!l. N. Hake-r. S. Mawn, Y. Sharp, J. Gurm-f-, Ni. Turn Ju ii.-Iuir. il. tftmpu-r, l.. Kwok. .L Halliday, P. iiarknlun, P. IJ. IP:-4-kv-r. Il. RUN-FII. J. Hai-t, S. Higgs. Row 5: J. Ame lhxigiiv. J. Wiiwn. Ni, Ulxawky, ii, javkwii. li. Ffa-twumi. l'. -Hn. ii. iiurnvtt. H. Fiiilxfbll. l'. Xiigtf-r. Ii, Frank, B. Huw-n vm Stuart. Hun' .iz Ni. ihrrisr-ll. A. XMAIIN. I.. f.r1-inf-r, 5. Hnlwr. 1. NN ilihmix. li, iivil. Ni. litrshgill, li. l':-.um-R. Ni. Swine-it N1 it w N rr an 4 twvll. ilu. K. Ruin-r, X. Kwil'i1e-N-l'rr-xt-tn. XX. XX hi 1' 1 . .. ' mi fri um.m - . . -n... . .. .. 1 mini n ou. 1: Q. Hr-rman ,I. M0 Q- , Making ni ncy was thc- main projinct Of the Wvays and Means lomniitte -. ' Planning thf- details of school dances and securing or YQ, 1 , - 1,4 I Row l: N. Robison, J. Teitelhaum, P. Swartz, M. hlouser, C. Carroll, E. Solihakke, J. Arbena, D. Niner. i2ZIgZiT'MFgz:irii Ni3'MI3ZK!H1gL.JHalilggrlilajrlllkiiclfje122:43 Scholarship. service, leadership and character were the char- B. Aserkoffy R. Kimy A. Cllaplwllq 5. Bamit.rman'iA. Irving, B1 acteristics which were necessary for membership in the Honor J. Neuman, M. Byrd, H. Wilkinson. Row 4: R. Koehl, W. Society. Honors Earned and Received Row l: E. Anderson, N. Crichton, M. Bennett, L. Harmon, B. Aserkoff. S. Bannerman, B. Geisler, B. Dowling, ,l. Kirsch. B Bigger. Row 2: C. Nolte, K. Godman. K. Speaker, L. Hoche, L. Piercy, M. Kornegay, J. Hicks, N. Mitchell, A. Irving Row 3: R. Kim, D. Wilkenson, R, Niner. E. Graf, J. Arbr-na A thousand points! When students receive these monogram points they automatically become members of the Monogram Society. The purpose of this society is to foster leader- ship and service to Blair. f . Xl in . XX K ln todiifsiqompetitive world the correct training is essential. Thus a school is styled to appeal to the student with a businms inclination. The solid fnundatiun uf the principles within insures the last- ing quality of the institutions of our land. X A SLT , V E 3 g I i.ig I i W viii i 1 X l .R 1 fi Tl ll fix 4 1 X '22 -'-1q-- iaii fggafii iiiilliflil .,...-wi N -...Am , H., all . . .. 1 ii 1 J -yi gig., .... 5 'iq 5, g'1. RM pun , x 'H- K , 6. 'Q- W, Bagnall . -iii' , ,. fn-745 NA I r' I im r af 'K 'NZB - gf re"s ,.,..x ,174 E. Moffatt .L A, Chakan A. Davidson R. Delauder H. Dodge Enright Jones WILLIAM G. BAGNALL, B.S., M.S.g World History, Citizenship Committee, Student Court. llgini ALBERT CHAKAN, A.B.. M.ED.g W'orld History, Psychologyg Twelfth Grade Adviser. ar s ALMA E. DAVIDSON, B.A., M.A.g U. S. History, World Historyg Chairman of Social Studies Department, Silrerlague Adviser, Rollers. ROY A. DELAUDER, A.B., KLA.: U. S. History, Psychology. Sociology, Teacher's Handbooks, Majorettes, Concessions. HERBERT W. DODGE, B.A., M.A.g European History, Economic Georgraphy, Algebra. MARY D. ENRIGHT, A.B., M.A.g U. S. History, European Historyg Eleventh Grade Adviser, Chaplains Committee. PHILLIP L. JONES, B.S., U. S. History, Core, Sociology. PRISCILLA C. KLINE, B.S., M.S.g U.S. History, Activity Committee of Student Council. Activity Council. WILLIAM B. MARKS, A.B., A.M., Ed. M., Economics, Government, Problems of Democracv Sociol0gY. Dance Committee, Senior Commencement Committee. EDWARD L. MOFFATT, B.S.g World History, Varsity Basketball. The History Department sponsored the annual trip to the United Nations building, the U. N. tests, and field trips related to current studies uhich were au application of living in a world community. This year Blair handled the panel in preparation for the trip which discussed important past and future works of the U. N. Classes and school celebrated the Centennial birth of Woodrow Wilson by poster displays, movies and research work at the library. Learn Today, Live Tomorrow For a period of nine weeks, Mrs. Deering acted as a substitute for Mrs. Enright who was taken ill. During this time her duties included instruction of United States and European History classes. In the picture below she is shown with Bonnie Levitov and Wayne Raney. f I P r..- yr in if wif t. 'C' N. .fx ,, XV ! 8 'f I 4' i s P -ik! I Row l: S. Freis, R. Kim, P. Wyman, S. lzaacs, Mrs. Keiter, A. Harvey, J. Kirsch, S. Moore. Row 2: B. Aserkoff, M. Spevak, J. Sakwa, E. Daniels, S. Tillotson, F. Kantor, E. Orr. Row C P. Musicant, J. Rosenkrantz, R. McMullen E. Graft, M. Ramey, R. Goldsmith. f l By means of speakers, problems, and field trips, the Math Club advanced interests in the I , , field ofdmathmatics. The Science Fair was handled in part by this organization. f "A ' 3 L ' h F cl ' The Math Department prepared youth for participation in a society which is based on a high level of math achievement. It attempted to train students who had mathematical ability to apply the principles of logic in the growing needs of the community. Students were given the chance to compete in several mathematical con- tests, thereby increasing their knowledge and displaying their various math skills. SUSAN F.. AUD, B.A., Plane Geometry, Solid Geometry, Trigonometryg Chairman of Math Dept., Ranking Comm. CALVIN A. BLATT, A.B., B.S.g Algebra, Applied Math, Business Manager of Athletics. JOSEPH B. GOOD, B.A., M.A.g Plane Geometry, Assistant Football Coach. CHARLES S. HAMM, B.A., M.A.g Plane Geometry, Psychology, School Store. PAIGE D. JOHNSON, A.B., M.A.g Algebra, Applied Math, Assistant Football Coach. M. ROBERTA KEITER, B.S., M.A., Ph.D.g Solid Geometry, Trigonometry, Plane Geometry. Con- sumer Mathg Ways 81 Means Comm., Coach of Girls' Rifle Team, Math Club. MARY S. LUSK, B.S.g Algebra, Building 81 Grounds Comm. P. Johnson Lusk 'nv- M. Keiter fs 'US mf N Q4-vs n'rE'3'Sf1 Aud Blatt Good Hamm 35' 3-.- 4'- sf. . I ii. is " N Boyer Ham tead S Kulakowski C' Lewis C. M.cCalla SUSAN E. BOYER. A.B., M.A.g Biology. Advanced Biologyg Biology Club. PETER E. HAMSTEAD, B.A., M.S.g Chemistry. STANLEY R. KULAKOWSKI, A.B., M.A.g Biology: Base- ball Coach. CARULYNN L. LEWIS, B.A.q Chemistry, Physical Science. CHARLES A. MCCALLA. B.A., M.A.g Chemistryg Chairman of Science Department, Chemistry Club. Preparing For The Future It was the task of the Science Department to create a scientific interest among its students in order to meet the growing needs of research and industrial expansion throughout the country. Various contests and the annual Science Fair pro- vided an opportunity for students to display their scientific knowledge and talents. B. Summers and B. Meyers are shown in physical science class measuring the force necessary to raise a car up the inf clined plane. MARGARET E. MITCHELL, B.S., M. Littg Biologyg Science Newsletter. ELIZABETH N. PIERREL, AB., M.S.g Biologyg National Honor Society, Election Committee. WILLIAM W. SAUNDERS, B.A.g Physics, Physical Scienceg Science Club. LOUISE S. SIECRIST, A.S.g Biology. M Mitchell E Plerrel W, Saunders L. Siegrist 'Us Ol ' film anrl limlem li-if-niriv to Qpeakerq and dia. Nf5ff'f. I.. len. O. Wilclemtviner. Row 2: J. Clialupsky, V rw-rung S s 5. 5 E V .. - ' Q 1 U Q I N SS-1 b , I S f . - A- g V - 1 llamelg. 5. Monrrl. 5. Ratvliff. F. ale-Svrif-re. W. Stew-4. f. cii 11 ns wen- mme 0 the activme the Chemistry Club pro Mamlrdyv B. Dowling. J' Sakwa. B. Agerkoffw M. Spmqak. vided for H5 lnlenxswd mpmlwrs' Rwu' 3: Mr. Mcffalla, R. Kim, C. Ni:-meye-r. ll. Busby. B. Raw 1: I. Teite-lbaum, D. Winson. E. flraf, J. Sclimiclt. C. Nlf'MUll2in- Row I: A. Mu:-iircly, S. lwgif-N, ff. Nicim-yi-r. Hips lloyvr, Y. 'lilirmigli lei-trim'-. iiiniii-N. anrl fi'-lil tripa lIH'IIllif'Y'4 nf llie Ke-urrix-l'rv-hm. Row 2: N, N'lir'l1r1ick. R. Kim, P. Scliill, K. lliulogv ffluli wi-rv iUflllI'T lll'lIll2ilHlf'4l witli ilu- mwtliml- unfl I.:-vvrilliul. W. Stvwy. ll. llrirml. l., ciCU'lSOIl, ll. Krame-r. Row 4"lll4'1'IllN :if rliix -vivmc. Xll'Illllf'TN wi-rv alxn ulnlw- In put Q51 Il. llvll. ll. llluin. their lxmfwle:1l,ue- lu prar-til-ul uw llirmigli original rr-N4-arali i 1 ,K .- -X V , . Y pmjevls. HN thi- Sf'll'llf'ff Fair. ,J ..1,J ...A r-Cv 4 . 'Q fri A f li fi X s ,, I A. ll .i il ug' ,X I- 'D gl 'E 9' 'n f' if I . N: 2'- Row 1 B. Geisler, P. Freedenberg, M. Hauser, B. McMullen, B. Dowling, P. Schilt, H. Stambler, M. Carroll, J. Moore, N. J McMullen. Row 2: F. deSeriere, A. Walen. M. Frome, Chalubsky. J. Teitelbaum. K. Leventhal, M. Miller, D. Busby, J. Kirsch. M. Freeman, B. Johnson, M. Grover. M. Spevak, E. McDowell. Row 3: A. Macurdy, R. Friedman. J. Rosen- krantz, S. Moore, S. Isaacs, E. Graf, N. Blumberg, J. Smith, L. Heflin, B. Koehl, K. Bork, C. Miemeyer, W. Groomes, B Encouraging Our Interests Row 1: T. Johnston, R. Risler, J. Mudrick, B. Saird, J. Sum- mer, M. Overman, M. Parshall, Mr. Harty, P. Midge-tt. Row 2' J. Daniels, E. Glatfelty, E. Smith, T. Finnin, R. Lentz, F. Goodman, J. Dodgen. L. Hall, F. Smith. Row 3: W. Steesy, J. Niller, T Fraizer, L. O'Hara, R. Herman, E. McDowell, C. May. Row 4: R. Garner, J. Taylor, P. Musicant, R. McMul- Goldstein, C. Beede, J. Sakawa. Row 4: P. Wyman, F. Garmer, B. Aserkoff, D. Daniels, M. Laney, R. Kim, P. Musi- cant. J. Lemp, E. Smith. T. Johnston, J. Mann, D. Hurlbeirt, W. Steesey, L. Laipson, O. Wildensteiner. To increase knowledge and encourage potential scientists, many interesting meetings and experiments were held. The different fields of science profited by the annual Science Fair sponsored by the Science Club. len, J. Reichert, R. Aiken, B. Dollins. Row 5: K. Ramsell, P. Goldman, T. Browdy, B. Gangloff, K. Matson, N. Rosen- baum. Mitchell, B. Luke. J. Bradley. Members of the Visual Aids Club assisted teachers by operating tape recorders and movie projectors in classes. Row 1: M. Vogtman, B. Beall, R. Heybey. R. Risler. Row 2: F. Goodman, J. Rosenerantz, M. Carroll. Row 3: J. Brady, J. Johannes, D. Search, C. Hong. Row 4: A. Nlartin. R. Sutler. R. Hesson, A. Hoffman. Row 5: E. Polar. B. Willman, C. Dodgen, D. Mitchell. The activities of the Photography Club involved the learning of new techniques to enahle niemhers to lu-ttf-r pursue their hohhy and the participation in various Photo contests during the year. Fashioning Skills Through Hobbies I 4 Rou' 1: T. Frazier, D. Winson. R. Kim, F. l-saws, Xl. Laney. Rou' 2: N. Potash, F. Moore Row 3: ll. Turnhull. R. Blakely, M. Bean. J Sakwa, F. Kantor. lnter-vliool contests and Blair tournaments gate the Chess Club an opportunity to at- tain it- ohjectixe of promoting interest in the game of che-5. wi' A il' ' ie eb ,fl f . I is , -X 6' If If, nr Q , L. Glaser M. Hines W. Kiebler L- Lanahan CATHERINE R. ACKERMAN, B.S.g Stenography, Chairman of Commercial Dept., Faculty Treas- urer. ELIZABETH J. L1-:AR, A.A., B.S.g Typing. MARCELLA E. TROTTNOW, B.B.A.g Ranking Comm. LILLIAN S. GLASER, B.B.A.g Bookkeeping, Business Organization, Business Law, Personal Typing Publicity Comm. of Student Council. MARY L. HINES, B.S.g Elementary Business, Typing. WALTER A. KEIBLER, B.S. Edg Bookkeepingg School Treasurer. LORETTA K. LANAHAN, B.S.g Office Practice, Business Arithmetic, Typing, Monogram Comm. The work program of the Commercial Department, along with the regular curriculum, enabled students to learn the qualifications and expectations of a job. Attending school for one-half day and working the other half, gave the students on-the-job experience. ,, . C. ............... E ffzczency Their Goal E. Lear M. Trottnow The banking staff's responsibility was the receipt and dis- Row 1: J. Moyer, A. Kline, M. Reed, P. Dawson, C. Hebb, bursement of all school money transactions. All clerical and G- I-Owe. P- RPard0I1, P- Gage. Row 2.: B. Peterson, S. secretarial functions concerning the bank were also cared for Wainscott, B. Ciddings, W. Shober, K. Miller, F. Norton, P. by this organization. Mayne. 5- HiggS- ,,,..-f- ,. ..,, --v-...M .up B. Richter worked as a secretary and counselor at the Alex- ander Nursery School, and is shown here giving students their lunch. Two and one-half credits were received for comple- There are three phases of the Work Experience Department. Distributed Education consists of selling services and products. Commercial Work Experience is for secretaries and typists. Other fields are cate- gorized as Diversified Occupations. A Day Divided FRANCES A. ANDREWS, B.S.g Office Prac- tice, English: Welfare Comm. CLEO C. CUMMINGS, A.B.g Job Problems, English. LOIS P. PARKER, AB., M.A.g Job Prob- lems, Vocational Counselor, Coodinator of Diversified Occupations, Englishg Future Teachers of America. F. Andrews C. Cummings lg' "Z:-Q. ' Q' tion of the year's work. This was the second year for the Work Experience Program, which proved to he the best labora- tory for student workers. Seniors in this program met credit requirements and were screened by one of the three teacher co- ordinators as to scholastic ability and personality. Major accomplishments of this plan were the de- velopment of personality and experience. E. HOLMEAD L. Parker lf? ffb as ELEANOR HOLMEAD, A.B.g Work Exper- ience Program. Q 49-- Y ,fk "ll V fs' 2 A ll -"" Kiss ' 'Y' 'X -'7f'iil'if ' V . " 3533. 'A5...A f jf'i1Tf.1JQ.,,fL. A 1 H ,gm .f , . Ji .. li'f'ty ' A, Croddy A. Fiorill I. Harty E. Rhodes ARNOLD J. CRODDY, B.S., M.Ed.g Jewelry, Meclianical Drawing. ALBERT G. FIORILL, B.Ed.. M.Ed.g Printing. JOSEPH A. HARTY, L.L.B.g Electronics. Industrial Arts, Yisual Aids, Audio Club, Amateur Radio Club. ERNEST E. RHODES, B.S., M.Ed.g Mechanical Drawing. Assembly Committee. PAUL STEIGNER, B.S., M.A.g Machine Shop, Vocational Industrial Arts, Related Scienceg Chair- man of Industrial Arts Department. CHARLES I. WILES, B.A., M.Ed.g Advanced Crafts, Machine Shop, Student Lounge. LOREN H. CAIR, Vocational Wood, General Woodworking. BENJAMIN PILLUS, B.A.g V.T., Wood Shop. Mastering the Machine The industrial arts program provided a place for students to discover their abilities and apti- tudes and develop their vocational interests. A general knowledge of industry production meth- ods, design, and workmanship was achieved. The aim of industrial education is to develop desirable work habits and to learn how to properly and safely handle tools. Paul Colden and Bob Linthicum are shown in the print shop as they put the printing press into operation. L+-4 6- QYFU' 'hah' 5-3- P. Steigner C. Wiles L. Gair B. Pillus Cfiyilie r N 'wav Nlr. Maguire. with the assistance of H. Trattler and NI. Turnbull. explained the principles of gear ratios in a transmission. Also stressed in the Driver Education class were care and knowledge of auto meehanies. As our community has grown, so also has its automobile traffic: One answer to the many problems caused hy the ever inereas- ing number of automobiles is the training of drivers. The llriver lfclur-atirui Department help- ed sulw- this prohlc-in lay graduating students who were skilled in uperating their cars. Other aims of the department were to luster a growl understanding of driver responsibi- lities and to recognize the necessity for sound, sportsman like driving practices. Carol lleliln prarrtim-rl tht- te-vliniqties of drixing as taught in the rla--mom. Each student spent at least six hours hehind the whf-el. Road Safety, a Community Must fr. Ciefla R. Maguire f.lN'Il-. l.. tvlhlll. HF.: llriutr l',tlllt'd' tiuuz 'liwriagf' Naffty limleu, iuf.-15 mittw. lfire and Xir Raid llrill-, ltUlll.Hl' l-f NItfLl'lRlE. XB.: llriwr Fil' uvatinn: Rifle 'le-am lltlilfll. nuff-N X '5- ..-U-""' .,,.v-- L-yi Ht A N 4.1.4 ' f X . K4 . " Q., gif? K . .., 4 ', Wff- A ' M b :mf R if 'f 6' as-if . Wi, ar I' wi M E Am," X pl' NORMA H. COMPTON, A.B.g Home I A ' Arts. , MARY L. DICKENSON, B.S.g General 4, 1 Home Artsg Future Homemakers of r 74 M America- LOUISE P. HARMON, BS., M.A.g Vo- ,v"" ' cational Home Arts, General Home lp ' T pp V Artsg Future Homemakers of America. a While Ann Thrift was busily at work on her new dress, Pat Scruggs took time N Compton out for some pressing. M. Dickenson L. Harmon For the Future Homemaker Training in home economics provided strength and enrichment of home and family life for present and future years. The Home Economics Department instructed stu- , ,, f., -rsff iv dents in the important arts of sewing and cooking. Talents such as these provided innumerable opportu- nities in the world of fashion, dietetics, home-making. and etiquette. - ffl Working on chairs to be reupholstered and slip covered during their Home Management Course were S. Biller, P. Porreca, .l. Thomas. and J. Fike. .Qt Rau- 13 P, Jones, F. Krause. B. Kriby. F. Friedman, N. E. Last, K. Kuper. A Toner P qmith L Lambert B Qchweitz Reamy. K. Weaver. M. Seibert. P. Bean. K. Seeley. L. Mc- Cl'- Kenzie. Row 2: M. Shira. K. Godman. D. Pincock. Row 3 IS. Peterson. NI. Price. M. Parshall. F. Belair. Ii. Neumann. A Thrift. A. Fchickler. J. Smith, B. Beaii. .-X. Rf-anion. Row 4 fl. Lockwood. H. Kanters, A. Wells. H. Willman. R. Roberts, Early Signs of Future Success lu an effort to enlarge- its treasury, the Future Home- uiakers of Alllt'I'il'Li pre-sented "I"LlsilitnIl uurl Fins- -Xrtu :luring Nfar:-h in aft:-r-svhool and ew-ning: pa-rforiiiariee-s. K. Kupvr t.slmu'n ut rlul rrgfilb proudly displayed her hand- iuath- tw:-r-rl roat tn Y. Ke-amy and K. flodiuan. also sporting suits of thvir own making. The inte-rior is that of the Home .-'irts .-Xpartiuent. ft'tit'4'0l'Z1lt'Ii and newly furnish:-fl by the home arts l'i2lss8s Iilis past year. The flauiing array of formals and party dresses. seen befow, was entirely 1'oristriir'twf by the uimfi-ls the-mselws. P. Xlidgzett, fi. Kirhy. N. llarhy. and fi. Wiluian partivipatetf in the fashion show. showing these creations. -Q Z All girls interestul in learning more about good 110119 f keeping were invited to join the newls formed organization the Future Homemakers of America 4 . 3 ' -v 3 l k 5- .. . 4' +7 1-J f' ' Q X 1"t1 lr' A , C9 f uggwt T7 ' ,I A 8 dk , X b X N ' Arg X i L -X m 1 , ' V Row 1: Mrs. Carroll, cafeteria managerg Mrs. Parks, Mrs. liams, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Pearson, Mrs. Street, Mr. Snowden. Hardesty, Miss Hume, Mrs. Brown. Row 2: Peter, Mrs. Wil- The work of the cafeteria and custodial staffs contributed to the general welfare of Montgomery Blair by the preparation of wholesome meals and the maintenance of proper conditions. A newly decorated cafeteria offered a cheery atmosphere in which to eat. They Served Us With a Smile Seated: J. H. Roberson, head custodiang standing: D. Farzier J. Johnson, M. Lyles, D. Laneg were part of the maintenance force. .wav 4 g.- Gaining A Sense Of Appreg lin' f-wrt sllHlf'lll with ax st-nw nf apprvviatimi for tht- fin:-r things in life. therv prvvails an interest in rc-fin:-inf-nt anfl the rrefatiw arts. Thf- pr-rsrmal values and aspirutimis uf thc' incliviclual lu-4-mvw dffvelnpnmcn- tzxl tasks. 1-:instituting healthy :incl satisfartnry growth. N 5 'Tx i -t Y-gr X A' -- -37 ld-1 Xu ix X5 H"RWiLt.lAM5J1 USF imtf R0BERT51lNjljliDA D A, Dt JE UN HEMGUAR mit,-ff-h it C i K Row l: J. Dodgen. J. Taylor, E. 0'Hara. T. Finnin. Row 2: J. Sumner, M. Overman, W. Laird, Mr. Hardy. The Audio Committee played an important part in the field of sports, school social activities. and theatrical productions held during the year by skillful handling of lighting and PA. equipment. 5 H. Stambler. a stunned reporter, gazed unbelievingly at L. Tucker's French Legion of Honor medal in a scene from Two Blind Mice, the Senior Class production. Seemingly unconcerneil was J. Dieste. Appreciation of Art and Drama Row l: J. Uieste. J. Kopeland, P. Fallon, Nl. Ramey. Row 2: P. Rognalie. R. Bemies, N. Baker, L. Tucker, M. Bennett. Rau' 3: J. Dunayer. J. Sumner. N. Stein, D. Graham. Desi-rxing students who accumulated a total of ten points lny participating in dramatic activities either as actors or backstage workers. were inducted into the honorary National Thespian Society. Hltlll.-XRD T. PIOLI, l3.A.g English. Drama. Senior Play, Thespians. Silcerlogue, Faculty Social Committee. . , '31 9-'FU 'ESI R. Pioli rv v 3 . -r Dramaties held a iital place in our curriculum by capitaliz- ing on the dramatic instincts. Students skills were trained to lie valuable to them in their chosen profession. Individual and cultural development, self-appraisal. and so- cial adjustment were obtained by extensive reading, and daily vocal and physical exercises. ln addition to improving speech posture, and poise. the Dramatics Department broadened e u cational interests and promoted artistic discrimination. u dents were inspired to creative activity and an intelligent appreciation of the drama. C X 2-in Participating in the- finalv nf thc- Annual Show were E. Wil- liams. ,I. Hulrini. and J. U'Cnnnor singin '.Til3f.S Enlvrtain- Ill4'llI.N Exhibiting Our Abilities R. Xil'xilliif"Il pro-pare-rl iii- projf-'Cl illn-lrating the mwrging! nf f'0ifII'N on a -lifio pmjf-r-mr for the annual Sciefnvv Fair mhivh max hvld Nlarvh LIT-29, Mr. Mvfialla. head of Iilairl s4'if'Ill'l' ll:-partnwnt. wax Spon-nr for lmth our vx- hihilinn of pmje-cts and Ihr- Nlnntgomery County Scif-noe Fair. Q fx 'L F. Xliiiliixma. a natixe nn "Tho- I-le of Ga-Zami." dr-monstratvd lux agility in pa-rfurmingg E1 knife clanve to if. Parker, D. Xlnrtin. 5. lieivlll. and I.. lfnffmiin. In-rrifiwl IIIUIIIITPTS of a hipvs rm-ke--I til:-arrival Vlblllllilllf. f 4. xi ll Z." N x, 1 ,a :S is R. Callahan 3 '43 f svn" lf K X X X Q F. Gerber M. Iacangelo J. Mac Hale L. Moler M. Robison ty. Feld:-smau E. Soter RUTH V. CALLAHAN, B.S.g English, Welcoming Committee. FREDA C. GERRER, A.ll.g English ll. MARY L. IACANGELO. BA., M.Ed.g English, Cheerleaders. fleft at Christmas? D. LOUGHRIE, A.B., Public Speaking, Radio Pub- lic Speaking, English, Sophomore Class Adviserg An- nual Showg Radio Club, Speech Coach, Masque 8 Gavel, Debate Club. tleft in Februaryl Q' D. Loughrie C. Lusby CARRIE E. LUSBY, M.A.g English, Banking Com mittee. JOHN M. MACHALE, A.ll., M. Lit., English, Stu dent Council. LUCILLE. MULER. AB., M.A.g English, Journal ismg Silver Chips, Public Relations Chairman. MARGUERITE ROBISON, A.B., M.A.g English, Sil ver Quill. CLADYS D. FELDESMAN, BA., English EDWARD J. SOTER, A.B., English, Spanish. Developing Word Power The main goals of the Debating Club this year con- sisted of promoting an interest in debating pro- cedures through intelligent discussions on current events. Row l: A. Harvey, K. Cook, J. Kirsch. Row 2: S Freis, R. Goldsmith, J. Brimberg, J. Trattler. Row 3: C. Culp, S. lssacs, R. Holt, A. Macurdy. '?"f' f 'K 5 Lu1..11f J.. 10- A Rosenbaum Xl. Theofield M. Wood S. Wubnig H. Vadnais ADELE ROSENBAUNI. BA., M.,-K.: English. MARY L. THEOFIELD. ll.A.. English. man of English Department. SYLYIA WUBNIC, B.S.g English. World History. MAY L. WOOD, BA., M..-Lg Public speaking. English, Chair- HENRY A. YADNAIS, A.B.. M.A.g English, Latin. Through The English Department The Quentin Reynolds Chapter of Quill and Scroll was named for the- famous newspaper man of World War ll. Our Chapter was formed by Mrs. Lucille Moler, 19-15. It is an Honorary Society composed of high ranking Juniors and Sen- iors who have contributed outstanding work on the publica- tions. Highlights of the year were the candle light initiation A development in understanding and appreciation of our American and English heritage in literature was a major aim of the English Department. By en- abling students to write and speak correctly through the study of grammar, it was possible to cultivate keen, analytical minds, with a sense of critical ob- jcctivity. Experiences in the techniques of public speaking were attained by participation in various contests and classroom activities. to which parents cameg and the banquet at which we hon ored Miss Stickley, our Librarian. Row 1: B. Aserkoff, K. Speaker, L. Hoche, L. Piercy, C Haskell, J. Gwyn. Row 2: J. Silver, S. Solomon, J. Kirsch S. Bannerman, M. Kornegay, E. Solibakke. 0 5 i.. i .-,,x ff., ...E Thr- aim of tht- Nlontgmm-ry Blair Rariiu llroawlraeling As- wviation is to grin: its memhe-rs experienvf' in hroadcaiting through acting. script writing: and prmluvtion. whilv working vloeely with the Halliu Puhlit' Spvaking class. Progress in Speakingp a Community Need Shown nn the right is He-nry Stambler winn:-r of the- county Voice of Democracy Contest. This annual f-vent was sponsored hy the Junior Chamber of Commerce. N. Cooper NURNIA IIOOPER. i5.A.g English, Speech, Variety Show, Ma:-que 8 Gavel, M.B.B.A., ih-hating Cfluh. v ,L l l XY llllillll-. ,l. llivk-. Yiifllllls prwir-1-ts sllt'lI li- gixingx lmln sitting for thi- l'.l.X., grill the Ollclis. .'g?V Service to the School and Community Rum 1: ll. Ne-ul. lf. Thomas. J. Matt- hew-. K, Gill. J. Orchin. Hou' 2: ll. York. K. Miller. ll. Criss, ll. MCHUI- ' len. il. Howell. Row 3: U. Bell, E. Kimlilv, D. Shure. S. Fisher, L. MC- Hugh. Lntle-r the sponsorship of Kiwanis lntvrnatinnal. the Key Club organized anfl participated in such projects as car washes, assisted the PTA whenever pos- sible. and took tickets at athletic ments. Ron 1: li. Luke. ll, Search. li. Luther, ll. Fliepln-rrl. ,l. R+-ivhe-rt, Nl. Kreither, KL. Tawenner. Run' 2: L. Shea. T. Bill- up-. li. Ural. if. John-on. NI. Owrman. The .Xnmatv-ur Raflio fflnlv. picturefl on the lwlvl. was organinwl fOr lifvnsetl amateur rarlio operators anil tho-e en uint-ly int'-restefl in practical a-pect- of raflio fin-uity and operation. Mins of the vlnlv wi-re for: ernergzf-mfy work. 4-ixil ll:-fvri-1-. anfl transmission anfl re-- i Ron' l: Nl. llf'Illllt'll. Nl. ffar-o Il. i lln-rvy. Xlr. Nlffalla. l.. llarnwn. .l. lirklf-fl. 11. Nolte. Ron' 2: R. flamarsli. .l. Fwlnnirlt. H. Frvas. l.. .lv-n, ll, Swartz. ff. Warnvr. Hou' fl: ,l. Levis. F Xlla- wily. ll. Tait. N. Ylitvli-'ll, Y, Rn-amv. Rim' l: Y. llurlw. K, .Xrtilf-rsnn, Nl Carveau. ll. Xpplf-lay. K. tmllman, L Ferxivr' In -vlmol unrl Wvlllllllllllly was pf-rfnrnn-fl lly tln- llluir KVIL-Its. Lhrist- nias purtw- for vliililre-n in lm-pitals. taking llvlxets :il ,ElllIIlI's xwrt- llllllt'I'ILil'U'll luv 2 MMS ft' Mall One of the outlets for tlie more artistic: stumlt-nts at lllair was the Dalwltleris ll:-n. Hy purtivipation in this Clulr, Stu- tlc-nts rxpresec-tl th:-ir creative talent maintaining attractin- lnulletin lmartls and art displays. Thi-ir spnngorsliip of tln- annual art allow f-nvouragetl vrvative abilities and help:-tl tu Experiment With Brush and Palette Working with paints, nioltls and silk svreen in art class lic-lpe-d develop artiatit' capaliilities. Students in this class Mb-a-,.w l fi.. is ' In S --- li v E Q l 'p Fw ! 'P for Display .-X thirrl :lime-n-ion ma- urlfh-ul In Illairk hulls-tin hoards lllfflllglll tin- avtivity uf Ihr- I'IlCIIlll6TS of tht- Painthox Cluh. The-se hardworking stud:-nts alw huilt ancl painted the scenery fur Blairk various plays and the Annual Show. Row l: J. Thutnpwn. H. l'if'lillZlI'lll. li. Ml. .Nnrle-. F. Packett. I. 4. 15, U e Y W Z gt Nil F-n...4 7, 13' an A A J. Pattf-rsnn F. Fhvrrw IOIIN ll. P.'X'l"I'PiRSON, ILS.: .Xrt. Svt Dvsignf llaint Box. VKYF QIIFKKY ll X' Nil hlcr's IJ4-n. wr Quill anti llulu Our stumlvntx xwrlxeml with art. olutuine-ml lay fx pvrivnvc in via-srnoiu avtixities. :mel toilvcl Illll y to improve anti lnrightvn our hulk Will tliwlavs of hm'Jutv, This utilization uf train rl 1-ry, a it ing prmitleml poet'-r-. program cow-rQ, play sewn ntl va-v and lvullt-tin huunl urrung:-un-u promote-fl un aware-new and appreviatnn valuvs in ln-auty. Pllmar'l1f'r. ff. l.m'kwnml. 11. Uririv. lf. llorlw, N. Wahl. llukf-r. Hou' 2: Mr. Pulte-rsou, ll. l,llfllf'I'. J, llutvhinion, 5 Keller, A. Shapiro. V. I.:-hr-in-y. .l. Cuffner. . Murray. rsemisi. R. Steins-r. Row 3: KI. Tracy, C. Svhritler, Hirsrh. J. Ke-nnetly. l'. tlillr--pie-. ll. Walen. N, Funanlu. 4 '- G , ff., :H 47- .lxbggy . ' -. f-N, -3' V ..'....,jf7aa i,Q,...,- 1' suxrllfa, ,..q,,..-I-lx.. uurff gag'-iz? 4. . rv u lo", H YA-.L --' -' on-wfufw hqkk au Q , I if 'fl 'L 9 'v X-, , V H s t . 1111 F X ,L 'vls 1 ' T' Gi! 2 t4 Y 3 ,,- c' XML. wi i ' 1 ,X 'Uf l Q rx 3.-'fa ... F3 tl a tl Row l. lf'-fl to right: P. Smith. 5. Wheeler. R. lsr:-as. ,l. Wal lace. S. Swan. li. Zippf-rman. Nliss Cross. C. Harris. Row 2 C. lllurphy. 5. Schlosser. ll. hlitcllvll. M. llirtlsvll. T. l'lisl'lt'r D. Rowland. B. Pederson. B. Steiner. Row 3: M. Sylvesteri .l. Casaway, V. Crocker, N. Budesheim, R. Eckhardt, K. Kess ler, R. Danl. M. Berry. Row 4: B. Baldwin, B. Tait, C. Ven tress. R. Anderson. F. Nlcllowell. S. Fisher. L. Rismiller. F Alailima. C. Nestlvr. 41' 1-3, N fi, The student who participated in the advanced chorus re- ceived a great deal of experience in leadership and respon- sibility as well as the basic forms of technique used in choral performance. Always in demand. the members of the chorus participated in Commencement, Maryland State Chorus. and community and school programs. Interpretation of the school's activity within the community, experience for the members, and entertainment were the main contributions of the chorus to the school. E missaries of Public Relations Shown in rehearsal for the annual Band Concert is the Blair Band. under the direction of Mr. E. Koch. Selections from Broadway musicals. popular tunes. and Mr. Koclfs original composition, "El Baile." were rehearsed for presentation. I K fhx A9 --fx 'l,.,..f- M. Cross E. Koch MARY G. CROSS, BA.. MA.: Yoval Music. Chairman of Music de-partment. Montgomery Blair lfl1oruQ. Annual Show Fund Committee, Commencement and Baccalaureate Music Com- mittee. ERNEST H. KOCH, B.S., B.M.g Musical Edu- cation Instrumental Musicg Rand orchestra. lxpfritnte in COIlLlUClll1 ma onlx one of mam opporlu is a a entiu- attitude-5 while rehearfing, were Q-xp:-cteml 1 lt J ern to Je mmn LIOTU nt ent 1 ll to ft er all horns ni:-mbers. Working under student conductor in fn e-mhlf anrl partlmpatln in a emlilxe were the de ert lxfnnuls are S. llurwitz. D. Curran, A. Hoffman. F. Sobel, PII' fffort ff 0 e in am a fr c a Ros I Hutlexlneim. S. Walters, A, Me-iesmer. 9 'Q K' :lu V. Cardner Yl'I5'l'pXl. N. GARDNER, A.B., R.N.g School Nurse, FDNA. Ron' li Xi. Fox. J. Antlvrson. J. Wlalkor, A. llallitlay. G. Bell, I.. Piervy. V. Kearnes-Preston, J. Pow:-ll. C. llanson, K. Lvventhal. Row 2: Ni. .-X. Johnson. K. Hoy, J. Anderson, P. Bark- man. J. Teitelbaum, P. Schilt, J. Lipowitz, J. lim-i-k. L. Kleiman. F. Mason. J. Fort-r, L. Sobel, J. Casaxxay. J. Norman. Ron' 3: D. Pinroclc, J. Jan. J. Ritter, C. Eliason. N. Roberts, l.. Crook. N. Kline, H. Smith, S. Smith, M. Bean, M. Stern, M. 0.K3Hl', J. lm-ti-r, P. Smith, Nl. Fry, Mrs. R. Patton, RN., was our nurse :luring our second semester. Here she helped L. W'atts with her crutches. She learns-tl the e-tuile-nts lwtter through the aid of the Future Doctors and Nurses' Club. Caring for Our Students J. Sokoloff, lf. Daniels, D. Pincock. Row 4: ll. Km-lil. ll. Mann. li. Hammer. J. f,I't'lllll. ll. Iivniivtt, .-X. Hutchinson. L. France, Nl. Fitzpat- rick. L. llovlie, .-X. Wexler, H. Altman, D. Perin, P. Goltlsmith, B. Aserkoff, C. Niemeyer. By observing movies and having guest speak- ers. the Futurt- Doctors and Nurses of America t'slZ1lJllSllf'll a means for members to receive a ln-th-r contact and a vlearer conception of the medical profession. 'E g r it i - v L A I .,, fy' Mqly, I Y ,, ,ff , 5 KIT' 1 ,"' 5' , 1 f I , if . lf' , - , If X 4 X . r ' 'L , .- I 4 ' .1 s M. , - ' , V . I ff! . W f I 1, 1 ,' 1, M xff mf' A v X , ' .Xi N-.X -"I, 'I "'k.. 'ki Nuf X X 'Y. ,- k 5 K f QS.--A F Y 'x' , ' N' A X ' 'N 1 , 'gxx 1 ' LX T . x xx-9 xx I QRT Q? I I ,I V Ng.. ,-4.5915 ' ' xg' .iq Vkxggh r iK,...,l5, A g 1 w K wa w .- R4-+ X- IA Xxx N SS. X11 , V V b-., S An Sz g 5 KS X, I , ,f W Qslv-in ' ,f J I wx Y 2 fff if X f f FQ , 11 , .X , T--.J A0351 W 1' 'rn Nfxn .... , Aix r ff! 15 N-v rt- .4 bs ag. The staff of Silverlogue, attempting to puhlish a record of this year for posterity, worked busily to compile a yearbook that would satisfy the anticipations of the students. Working as a unit, it combined ideas to complete an annual of which 'Wil .,qy,.a- Blair can be proud. Seated: NI. Langenbach, P. Davis, S. Swan, B. Akman, N. Norris. M. Fry, J. Dilliplane. Stamling: C. Haskell, S. Thomsen, J. Long, N. Hall, R. Schaefer, N. Maskell. Growth Recorded As We Saw It J' i i i SILVERLOGUE STAFF FOR 1956-57 Editor-in-chief . . Lynn Piercy Senior editors , . Carol Haskell, Martha Kornegay Junior editors Barbara Akman, Sandy Swan, ,lane Magidson Sophomore editors Roberta Camarsh, Susan Spinner Literary editors Joyce Dilliplane, Nancy Maskell Teacher editor Judy Long Club editors , . , Linda Hoche, Mary Fry I paring rough drafts with Melinda Fox. Staff supervision and layout planning comprised a full period per day. lic-lured az right is Tobey Piercy, editor of Silverlogue com- .S'1'ft'erlng1w workere nit-t flaily to plan anal lay-out the furtlivoniing l5SllE' of the yeiirlmok. Pivtures taken by pho- twgrzipln-rs were later croppe-tl antl itle-ntifierl. The literary staff wrott- original copy in accordance with the theme. RCA wartling their labor was the lFFll2-1Ilt'l' of the 1957 Silverlogue. Silverlogue SILVERLOCCE STAFF FOR 1956-57 Buys' spurtf Marion Bennett, Lane France. Paul Musieant Girls' spurti Mr-linmla Fox, Virginia Kearnes-Preston fhlvertisiiig Leslie Clif-k l'ic'ture eflitors Xancy Nurris. Sylvia Thomsen lypists Pat Davis, D! I Mary Langenhach, Ruth Anderson lllltllfljffilllllfffi . llularirl'lleylwy. ',l K Ronald Svhaefer. Richarrl lime. Neal llall Q ' ' Art Work l'at Cillefpic- F ff+-r1 lt--ltinfl vu riif' rue with flu-luing lvullve mira' N. llall. li. r A llvylw-5. ll. Sf-ltufff-r. :intl R. How. llefitlv-N photographing vlttwwx untl llI'llXllI4". the-y lnelpf-al volnr .Szlzwrlupze with their I rivlurvs uf 5ilier S rinf'. ll r- . i ra., XJ . ,Un-' ' inf - - , . SI'Ilff'Il, left to right: Nl. Kuriif-gay, L. Click, L. Piercy, S. fpinm-r, ll. tiamar-lm, Xl. lfux. Y. Hearn:-s-Preston, R. lli-ylwy. Slrnnfing: .l. Magiilson. Nl. llvnnf' . i. Xlueivunt, R. Row. tt I Pranve, l,. llmht, l'. OC- I . -A t X ,la sv, 'KV F ff, .QP V v'f-X- G' 1 Y L -Q Sorting Silver Chips for bi-monthly distribution to home- rooms are: D. llyland, A. Buhl, R. Rosen, S. Stromberg, J. Uasaway, C. 'l'owsner. Silver Chips Keeps a Finger On 'l'ln- editorial ftaff of Silver Chips combined its journulixtit' skills to form a paper which provided enter- taining and informative reading for the student body as well as supplying experience for those students con- sidering journalistic vocations. Busy at organization are: B. Williams, A. Bulil, ll. Byrd, P. Butler, Y. lfarlfs-ri. M. Pollack. C. Towsner. J. Pow:-ll. A. Chilpptll. L. Watts, E. Solibakke,,l. Land, N. Baker, F. Goodman. gggguuii- T ,K - f .xx ,nl-il i s 'X- Q i i ' u . X Row 1: Nl. Fhira, B. Dullars, V. Sharp. Row 2: L. Powers, l". Kramer. J. Blaek. li. livewiek. Stumling: K. Matson, A. Fauver. Olrjeetiu-4 of Ihif f'l3'44 were nlexm-loping interest and skill in journalixni and contributing to Silver Chips. the Pulse of School and Sealwl in the Chips offim- ure: Row I: ,I. Uurnee, J. ldllfll, .l. Silw-r. ,l. Kopelzuiel, Raw 2: 5. Strmnlmerg, T. jnlinf-lon. ll. llyluntl. Ihr' elulie- nl the Iuueine-N xlaff im-liitltwl all u-pevte of the Pignr 'N Erie Solilxakke. fflzips Editor, served as staff co-ordinator as well as adviser for the award winning paper. Copy read- ing, editing. and editorial writing were rewponsibilities which commanded his attention. Community papa-1' not flire-rlly enriiiu-vlecl with the writing of artielee. ll wax ills!! refpmifilrle for typing articles, mlistrilmutiun anal 4'lI'l'lll1lll1tIl. atlve-rtising. pulvlieity, anil exehange- with other high -vluml-. It won let plum- in XISI'-X. Nletlalift in lISl'xX atml let plum- ill NSIYX. t l it f' I1 y . ,A 4 -'K Nr -11.- N .ZX pf.. S--I n 1 fx-J 4 f , 1 v 1, J - , ,,.-tg , r ., - ,r I 1 'M K, Pg- in -fx W ' ' ' Q 1 I 4 l F5 .J " ' Silrvr Quill wlitmw. ff, Fvnllm-k, F. l:LiIlIlt'I'lllLlll, 13. BlQL"t'l4 L- , 5. XIJJNIII. and J. lfwyn are pu-turml 214 thvy Qolectvd articlv- IU In pf I tl ' 'lll V.. l Silver Quill Nlvlnln-rs of II11- Qui!! literary fluff are: lvffz 13. Bigger Kasst. 1-mliturr. P. 'I'ic'k!1m'. F, Xxln-vler. 5. Slllllll. Cf. lfverm-lt. A. Svlxneiuier. X. flhappvll. X. Shapiru. S. Mamn, J. lrvland. and ll. Svoltock. ' T.. iii " 2 5 v Q' L 1' LQ- sl, Fw A '51 gl W...- 1-rv x 4. K WY' an ,1- ya '45 Rim' 1: N. J, Steetle. S, Kaplan. ll. Nlr-lnicovv, J. Thmnpson, J. Salnnimi. li. Frlilavliiiian. H. 56-011-y. I'g0u"3: KI. DCNPPH Wil-on. 5. Traum. N. Crichton, T. Wilhurt, J. Moorv. Row 2: W ext. Razr 1: H, Spitmr. NI. Ire, lk. f.YHCkf'T. F- HUF S. Baum-rman, A. Irving, J. Gwyn, Mrs. Sherry, sponsor, S. made illuslralionf fur the various stories in Silver Quill. P. ray, A Literary Magazine A IH-ii and ink :lrawing-. ax flonf- hy K. X 4 1 ,..-V "ur ffrovlwr. Nlikf- lf". unfl Jan'-I Gwyn. rvprv- Nentfwi mn- invthml of iihixtraliun fur Silrvr Quiff. 'I'hi- ye-ar xuw Ihr- intrmlm-tiwn ff 4 xx f nrw -lxlv of magazine alum: with an iluiivinfii "5 print. Yariationx in ion-r wh'-igllh prmiiif-fi each sludwnt with a magazinf- of his choice. X X ,1- 11, xi Q7 V t na, KS! l 5- Row 1: J. Powell, NI. Levin. R. Kim. Row2: S. Wheeler, A. Working together. the Le Journal dlfirgent staff com- Sneiller. J. Fnrer. J. Gwyn. li. Kim. Rau' 3: L. Kim. Row 4: pleted a paper satisfactory to all interested readers. L. Jen. l.. Nlr-Hugh. A. Martin. 41' 'I Le Journal D'A rgent The responsibilities for the planning, layouts, and editorials of Lf' fournal were some of the duties of ll. Bigger as editor nf the lfreneli Newspaper. Om- of the associated activities uf Le Journal this year was writing to pen pals in France. Le Journal r1'.4rgc'nt rontainecl articles in both Frenvh and English. Published approximately five times a year, it con- tained items on the culture of France. her people. and Cus- lunis. Stories and poems were written hy French classes who employed their recently acquired knowledge of the lan- guage. fr L s so Future Educators Nfl' and Scientists Sealed: ll. Cm-i-lvr, J. Kirsli. Nl. llausf-r. J. lloiiiuutia, J. lforer. ll. Williams. SIr1m11'ng: K. Nlartin, H. Frcis, lf. Graf, R. Kim, J. Falxwa, WJ. Stetfsy. Nl. Crovvr. Tlie- Sr-ieiit-if .YI'14'Sll'flf'7' staff press-nt:-tl svie-iirw' in a fasvinuting, uncomplicated way tlirougli articles. t-artoons. antl puzzles. It spotligzliteil sarious sri:-ntific fields in an effort to satisfy and fre-ate particular topics of interest for Pauli stuclt-nt. Hou' l: S. lioyvr. N. l.ililu-r. M. L. Lankforrl, S. Fri:--. X. lvury. li. Belmont, C. Wvarrvn. J. Lippnian, B. Tait. R010 5: Harris. I.. 'I'uvlier. Rou' 2: J. Qilver, Nl. Sclar, E. Zipper- J. Wilson, R. Rosen, F. Kramer, J. Smith. Selby, ll. man, K. Wt-tin-r, I.. Jen. H. J. Ne-uinann, J. Dir-ste. R. Bran- Nt-xillt-. tl. Stink.-ly, A, Sugg, A. Ili-lkm-, B, Rgq-nfelll, S, tlon, M. lmxin. 5. Solomon. Hou' fl: K. Seeley, M. Ftielier, Hanes. H. Sll'lI1. Nl. Kramt-r, Nl. Xvlllhijll, l. Ely, I.. N'lc-yf-ro- J. lirutly, N. l.nrsoii, F. l.m4-, ll, Culp. J. Kirsli, S. .Juni-4, Al, til.-h, ,L Ifmlwr, l'U-iistf-riiizit'livi. l'. Struuuliiin. ff. tftwliriiti. N. 'l'urnlwull. J. Wfitson. J. Wluirton. Run' l: l'. Jones. R. Roberts, ti. Preis- lly purti4'ip1itin,u in a stuflvut tt-in-liiiig program in nviglilmr- mam. lf. llt-titty. l.. Wlitts. N. Nlt'l'lia-r-on. F. lfrivtliiiaii, R. ing st-luml-, int:-it-steil stutlsnts lf'LiY'llt'1l more alum! 1114- np- Cross. ll. Fmitli. ff. Xt-stlvr, fl. NI:-gby, S. Sclllosser, K. Seas purtunitif-s of tt-uvliingz. P4 .Z 31 fi . Ks 'G' f in I ,os tl.- "" X H, Brat! ll. Cook A. Koch F. Nicholas P. Roetter H XZEL M. RRATT. ll..-X.. Latin: Chairman of Foreign Lan- guage Department. Adxiser of Praeco Argenleus. HFI FY I-' LOOK ll -X ' S :ani-h Silz'erf'hi1s S ani'h Club .. s.. .I,.D s . .Xl.liIl-f R. KOCH. ll..-X.. M..-X.: French. Adviser of Le 101171101 The Language Department endeavored to bring about a better understanding between our country and foreign nations. A working knowledge of French Latin, or Spanish was achieved by vocabulary drills, story reading. and oral communication. An appreciation of the foreign arts, dress, and cus- toms was attained by movies, slides, and speakers from various embassies. Understanding Through Study Rau' l: J. Lynch. J. Urchin. R. Rosen. R. Akman. S. Traum. Rau' 2: J. Hackney. K. Tlioinpson, C. Rivera. L. Sobel. J. Sokoloff. C. Stoke-ly. Ron' 3: R. Weiss, F. Kramer. L. Meyer- oyitvh. R. lirandon. S. Keller. J. Smith. ll. Neville. Row 1: pl. Neuman. J. Arbena. F. Shirley. D. Vogel. S. Smith, N. Svhnic-der. Hou' 5: P. Taylor. R. lloag. li. Reistler. ll. Yves- colt. S. Selby. Ron' 6: Ni. Greenblat. J. Magidson. P. Scruggs, N. Hoffmann. J. Land. Members of the Spanish Club learned more about the language, heritage. and people of the Spanish nations. 1I'Argent, FFRN G. NICHOLAS, ll.A.g French. Annual Show Comm. l95T. PATRICIA S. ROETTER. BA., Spanish. 1? E TI 5 Row l: R. Michnick, J. Morgan, A. Adair. B. Stanley, C. Hill. R. Krebill, J. Brickman, N. Wald, S. Levy, E. Sussman. Row 2: J. Silver, F. Land- wehr, J. Anderson, N. Larson, S. YVheel- er, J. Powell, A. Schneider, J. Brim- berg. L. Renjamin. K. Wolf. Row 3: M. Dc-Neen, E. Camarsh, F. Eastwood, J. Kirsch, J. lf. Haransky, D. Class. Ruckley. M. Sclar, F. Friedman, A. lleall. V. Robey, C. Geis- Whitaker. B. ler. S. Levy, C. Mills. l. Stellmacher. S. Spiekerman. J. Olheiser. Row 4: Barber, A. Herson. M. Fre J. Lewis. R. man, L. Jen. M. Litvinskv. M. Miller. Nl. Levin. S. Solomon. L. Click, N. Marlowe. L. Powers, S. Rubin, S. Mason J. Curnee. R. Tait. J. Gwyn. Row 5: A. Neuman. R. Friedman. A. Martin, S. Fisher, A. lllank, L. Shea. J. Axley, L. Mellugh. A. Armstrong. R. Adams. D. Rowland. F. de Seriere. J. Whit- aker. B. Koehl. N. Rosenbaum. J. lvalk- er. S. Mitchell. N. Potash. R. Smith. The French Club promoted an in- terest in France. her language. and her customs through speakers. correspond- ence. and welfare work conducted for a French T.l3. sanitorium. xlalxlll 5 ' XXXL. A f" l I IA x k,Q.xsuxxxS ,fl A J. Gwyn, A. Chappell, R. Freis, M. Freedman, S. articles in both Latin and English and gave stu- Wciner, A. Shaprio, G. Hong. dents an opportunity to use their knowledge of the The Latin Newspaper, Praeco Argenteus, included ancient language. I nformatton Unlimited M. J ahn E. Stickley Qx hm MARY K. JAHN, B.A., M.A.g Assistant Librarian, Library Club. ELIZABETH STICKLEY, BA., M.A.g Librarian, Library Club. Heading the Library Club, Blair's largest organization, were officers S. Sin clair, Secretary, P. Fallon, President, fseatedlg W. Murphy, Treasurerg B Neumann, Vice-President. KR! A 4 O 'bm X :T , , n jr S JN . 'Nr . Y X TW' 5- .I I. 'Y -X 'Cf 2 if if ly.: f. - 'f 'ww . v , ws v , -Q' I Students who excelled in public speaking were awarded Row 1: R. Brandenburg, M. Bennett, M. Bird, C. Bauman, membership in the Masque and Gavel. The main goal of this B. Bigger, M. Beasley, L, Harmon, B. Dowling. Row 2: G. honorary society was improvement of speech in both the school Thompson, J. Matthews, H. Wilkenson, R. Niner, E. Soli- and the community. bakke, M. Hauser, A. Blank, A. Richards. Practice for Precision Row l: B. Crosby, J. Dennis, J. Wright, M. Tanner, M Ford. Row 2: C. Davis, M. DeNeen, B. Cantwell, P. Morgan W. Pe-df-rson, I.. Mapes. Row 3: C. Nicholson, Heck man, S. Stern, G. Gravener, M. Thompson, C. 0'Brien Slanrling: J. Brown, L. Meriman, J. Hong, N. Kuykendall, E. Kuyke-ndall. The Blair Rollers met often at one of the nearby arenas for re-creation and perfection of their skills in skating. Social Activities-A Part Ol Tlwei, Illf' Sl'l'lU0l M'Ul'kCll f'Xlllll'll.lY lit lIlf'Hl'pUf3lf' ffl lain imsir' cl4'n1m'ratia- social attituclf-S Wlllf'l'l are fr sas acroximplislwrl by the prmnotum of sufh schoul as tlzuivcs. assemblies 53? extra-curric 'r avtivitics. 144 133-A7 , 14. ag' ally agrc-ul upon as desirable, for all Americans xv - ,. ' . ' 1 FJ ' CII- , g x i" 4-gh, Ni , ,.. "W M 4 u , 1- t . 9 . , , . n , . QSCX. - A ' , A if ' Q 1 . ll' lqf' ya r ' it I mai. , Q "' Q 0 Ii 1 f I' 71 f Mix' Qu ' Mi' A Q' 'lsr' 'Mn '. . C344 i,' 5.5. 2 t u X, 9 U lnlnff, 'J V S '.. , H,,.i NWM. ' -'Y -T if' if. -. -.1 LIMS! Y wlx J , Mfr 7' The half hour lunch period provided us with ample time for eating as well as minutes of relaxation. Lunching with friencle offered a divu n from daily routine. Our llomeeoming Formal on Noveinlwr 10th terminated a 4lli'l'f'55flll weekend of homevoming avtivitiee. It was high- lighted hy the re-turn of our alumni, who had previously Entertainment, niureie, and dancing were the formulas for u euecesiful "ll:-el and Tie" dance held in the Girls' Gym. We Remembered These guthf-refl for a rw-union in the Student Lounge. Old aequaintanm-s were renewed, memories exchanged, and new experiences rf-lated. 93'- M .1-.. 1 O , l Our Svhool day was lwgan in good fashinn. Prayvr. flag: salutfn and announce-nientg Complfftvd thv lwmvrnoni period. Glimpses of Blair Thr Thanksgiving Assvmbly on November 21 included a program of choral music. sf-lections hy the orvhestra, and a talk lay the minister of a local Church. I ff ? P9 1' P 'v fl' 9 F' Y' "Hy nlcl Sligul winding mate-rx . . .Nniifl-t the glrnwth and progress uf thi- svluml and Community. thi- watvrn of Sligo Cn-ek haw re-mained a conitant rf-minflwr of days at lilair. Assemblies SIll'll as thiQ one prmide-d cultural and Spiritual enlightmf-nt and 1-ntertaining, informativf- diversions from classroom activities. I E -.,.-5. 1 -,J 4-N :fir i' in 'i I I 'ton C. -J. 22 x 1 f 'QT v- f ...- l ' ' 'vi 5 C? , l ..... -:af 5 A. I fav J! ' . if N, I ff C lv A f it 4 ! xv x v 1 nl ur Y mfr plum-rl Illr' vovetml crown on the lleacl of Nancy Norris. 5' , iglxligllling tlu- lllnriftmng lfornlznl was llivk Ninfffs an- The Court: Ron' l: S. Dillard. N. Darby, K. Anderson wvnmr-ul uf this u-ark Qrlwrl. Bn-nrla Lev, Que-on of Rau' 2: I., llarmon. N. Allxirf-, N. Norris. P. Fallon. Our Royal Coronation 0 0-ir annual Christmae Formal lie-ld in the Boy! Gymnasium Lee'-Q Ari-tocrats created a festive atmosphere. Many ac- on December 28th, was the largest social ew-nt of the school quaintances were renewed by the presence of Alumni. year. The climax of the evening was the crowning of our Christ- Seasonal decorations, colorful formals, and music by Bob mas Que-en. A Good Time Had By All The annual trip to New York provided us with tours of the The annual slumber party held in the Girlis Gymnasium LIN., Radio City Music Hall. and other pointe of interest. prow-fl to he an exciting event for all who attended. llere a group nt' Seniors are shown examining the exhibits ut the llayden Planetarium. if .ff of . "S vm J D 4' ri O I I f hu ,Qx 3 Storybook characters at the Senior Party were Carol Warner, Qhirley Qtromberg Sharon Cisar Nancy Ream Nlar ie Fitz- - V v - v yy A g patrick, and Marie Stern. Activities Provided By The School The Student Lounge provided recreational facilities which were widel used b the student body during lunch hours, Y Y before and after school. iw :Qin-an-by .awk In -QQ, l.. 1' ,X 1 A pleasurable evening: was spent at the Senior Banquet held at the Naval Ordnance Laboratory. Captain William Mar- tin presided as guest speaker. 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Constantly busy with parades, concerts, and Rfflv 11 U- Kutflwvui fl lllllllnff, Ilgfilksi J-CE3d0fff half time activities, these girls twirlcfl their way into Row 2: J' Nlenafiv' ' U10 ' J' 0 man' ' our memories of Blair. 'ii ,go And Spinning Silver 'QA l A.. - Q 3 Marilyn Canon, Major:-Irv Captain, li-d ln-r marching: 9 " , , fqnawl in one- nf its many lo-'al appearanvf--. 4, N ' , Q ,,. V' Row 1: S. Hoffman, S. Tretter, J. Cain, D. Busby, B. Hirsch, Row 3: H. Altman, F. Reed. F. l,ewis, S. llober, T. Gardner B. Dietz, iM. Robinson, S, Selby, R. Friedman, D. Whitten, M. S. Cornelius. li. St-hlatter. Ii. Yarnell, L. Abramson, E. Berger Pollack, 5. Heyman, ll. Harman. Row 2: R. Barber, S. Smith, F. Yarnell, D. Owen, U. Smith, ll. Funk. Row AL: ll. Claus Schlatter, B. Asherkoff, K. Sherman, L. Kahn, P. Curtis, ner, C. Atkins, R. Nelson, G. Peacock, M. Laney, W. Paull J. Perkins, B. Martin, H. Zahn, B. O'Neill, K. Klingebill. J. Bevkham, M. Hauser. Excited noises from an enthusiastic crowd, hot dogs the band. Memories of the brisk days at the games and peanuts, cheers in red and white, and, of course, and always the heart warming music made possible Row 1: D. Winxon, W. Nloorehouse, J. Rowell. D. Codbout. F. Sun. L. Stewart. fQ. .-Xnxtinw. D. Yogi-l. J. Arbwna. R. Slay. D. lflrich. C. Dm-ring. M. Knfithen, R. Nlarkowitz, P. Barton, C Wernvr, R. Blum. W. Funk. R. Cronin, C. Ehrbright. C. C. Margolis. Row 2: D. Gregg. K. Bradley, A. Yyexler, Jonee. ll. Hallman. Ron' -1: D. Paull, ll. Cooper, J. Sims, R. Penn. If Garwin, F. Jacobs, P. Gage. R. Rothman, B. 5. Dunning, D. Nlvllolrl. W. Roxenbaum. E. Smith. Smiley. A. Sollod, M. Reefl, J, Axley. Row 3: B. l-levner, With People and Community by the Montgomery Blair Band. Performing not only the wonder of music. was a part of our Blair life we on the field. but in concert work, this group, through will never forget. EXCITEMENT . . . SPIRIT OF SPORTSMANSHIP Row 1 left to right: K. Anderson, N. Alkire, S. Turner. Row 2: S. Dillard, M. Carr:-au. Row 3: J. Frank, L. Har mun. A. Uumppvr. B. DuN1ar:, N. Darby. 7' In ' as u 14. nl - u wg ka... 82:-M31..r ,glrxgzgfg MDYNAMO . . . DYNAMITE, LETS CO, LETS FIGHT!" And they did. backed by these energetic girls in their colorful red and white outfits. A pleas- ant attravtion at all sport events and other Blair ac- tivitits. thvv. with their huhlvling enthusiasm. led llw in cheer after cheer. always symbolizing good sports- manship. With us behind them. tlwsf- girls were proud to wear the white sweater with the red "BP The Cheerleaders U ' V Fd !'5r Y s...-Ng-N-N 4 '- A -'ff "x 3 4 i 'HP J Y Row l, left to right: J. Gable, W, Shober, J. Arthur, J. R. Corzine. Row 3: P. Shipley, J. Wilson, T. Brown, B Matthews, F. Shirley, C. Kisner, I. Faunce, K. Gill, F. Thomas, York, C. Greene, D. Jensen, G. Thompson, M. Berry. Row 4 R. Smith. T. Van Horn. Row 2: W. Couch, E. Thomas, D. D. Shaheen, J. Crawford, K. Daniels, D. Dorsey, J. Saunders Hummel, J. Stogo, D. Blanche, P. Ellis, L. Klechak, D. Wright, M. Henry, J. Shriver. Football . Spending many a Saturday afternoon in the pour- ing rain, this year's Blazer fans watched a team whose spirit was not at all dampened. Regardless of the weather this fast-moving squad displayed football at its best. Starting the season off right, the Blazers beat Rich- ard Montgomery 7-O in the annual football Jamboree. The following week we traveled to meet our District opponent, Anacostia, and brought back a disappoint- ing 19-0 loss. Our next contest was our first Bi- County meet and we lost to Bladensburg 10-0. Picking up, the next week we took a Bi-County League victory by defeating the Rams of Suitland 25-6. Traveling to Pennsylvania, the Blazers met a tremendous Easton team. Our boys played a game they could be proud of but lost to the out-of-state champions 32-14. At our only night game we tied the Wildcat squad 6-6. ln a clash with our newest rival, Wheaton, we wer-3 victorious with a 26-7 win. Due to wet grounds, our Bi-County game with High Point was cancelled, and left the team ready to face our rival, B.-C.C. The main attraction of our Homecoming Weekend was played like all games against our arch-rival and was a fight to the finish. Our squad held the Wash- ington area number two team to a 7-6 victory, and greatly defeated B.-C.C.'s hopes of smashing Blair for the first time. Losing in score only, our boys showed bctliesda how football should be played. In our final game against Gonzaga, we lost 20-6. Looking back on the entire football season, the fans can remember unsurpassed thrills and the team can be proud of a job well done. U '-if B.C.C.. . . 7-6 The annual homecoming game resulted in a 7-6 victory for our Bethesda rivals. The game especially showed off the Blazer defense, which held the Barons to their lowest score of the l Q1 season. Here Preston Ellis carried the ball for yardage as B.C.C. tacklers tried unsuccessfully to stop his advance, Training for Teamwork and Sportsmanship iq, wil ..,. - N , QW, -f i -Q e r. y 4 fa, 3' -sh 4 I s. nk. -. 'Qi QQ-ia Y" wil 0 P8 lc, ' iff- .., 919 WHEATON . . . 26-7 The Wheaton-Blair contest was the scene of a hard fought - -I . Q K Q I battle ending with a victorious 26-T win for our boys. Here Tom YanHorn skillfully avoided his fallen opponents and made his way to the goal post. ANACOSTIA . . . 19-0 The Blair- Anacostia game, played at the victor's field, was a fine example of Blair's fighting Spirit and hard fought play. Here a Blair tackler reached to bring down an Anacostia runner. 69 by . A , ,fi '5l.vX-' ,. VYQAQW I V 'Ju -an 1 , ' 5-1-Q-..., -, . ..k-,R - 1 x tn ' ati:-2 ' 1. ihnkmi And the girls were at it a am' KlLlClHgZ off our Homecoming not he plays d With inspiration from the lovely cheer weekend and can ing tht coaches to tear thur hair the Blair leaders thur earnest efforts were received with hilarity Charming 'Nfl Simpson led her talented squad through Grinnmg over their beheaded rival are our co captains Irv their lntrlcate motion and provided halftime laughs at the Faunce and Fred Shirley. Hanging the poor fellow was one annual moelx football game of the many pleasures of our Homecoming Weekend A QW" 1 .I 8 'emi A , , 'W' ' ij.-5 ' ' ..'5 Q "xYlI8llll8X'3 want? . . . 'l'0u1'l1tlownl "Cya fl . I I,, is gf" 1 R Wllmltlayii gf-t? . . , lluinln This pic'- ., -..,q",- is' 'uf' ' N- , ' i' n i llll'I' f'IlllHT'l1lll'i our foutlnall se-aion Coin- - , 'if l 1 q -L 'Q pl:-te with rainw-ah unfl umlvrellae. 5 -'f - - Q Cv ia Y ' l 14' . "' Tlu-se lmarty fam watclletl tlie team vw- ,, 'MA ' xi , - F Xl " i A ,Tal I4 plow virtoriouely tltrougzli tlif' mutl. if ' Q11 ' i:Q'4M1KL na -a ' Q - I V+ , "fr "Y-.'i f-.' rf ' 'f -I . 1"Q ,, F' y 1 !'5. R I '- R I .. ' ,J N ' ' , . ' , - lof I, 4, at la J v' QOUHY I., . ' ' ' -- . Q. 4 - rxs, ff, ' ' ff . fx, V W ,, 1 " r, . . ,rf P. rt t f -, Q . 'I ' ' IN .. ' 1 ' 0, - , . , ,v t k ' , x' V QQ V -, V F . , - pgs I - 1 rj xv rf QQ. - . l 'T' , -1 xlf'-sb at fini Jinx- 1' iprdf' f: -5- 'f e Ti ' . ' 61151,--1 .PRE f ,l tetfl. 5. fT,4f-'21i'.2f-. .xv l "Mt '-m:f1is,'f-za : -.t' Homecoming ff:-leltritivfs of lllair. pa-I anrl pn-fl-nt. rotlv in tllr' ll0IH6f'0IlllIlfl parafle tlimugh Silver Spring. Sllfllhfl lu-rv are R. Niner. Student ffuunvil Prwidf-nt: P. llult anrl R. Colvin, alumni guests of lmnorg R. Anastasi. Student Council Vice-Presiclent: A. Blank. Student Court Chief Justice, and S. Allaway. Student Council Secretary. f ,ut ft, 1 I, . my-K R -Y S 1 Row 1, left to right: A. Engle-rt, F. Wilkinson, D. Post, D. Clime, L. Burns, R. Wellens, S. Mandel, D. Clagett, B. More- house, R. McLaughlin, J. Hines, J. Hochstein, J. Wilson, M. Patterson. Row 2: J. Gilliam. D. Curran, L. Harper, D. Norton, This year, as in previous years, the Blair Blazers were backed by a fast moving junior varsity. Here the J.V. showed foot- ball excellence and promise for next year's team. A 7 A I ' r 4. I 1 ., V 4 A. K K. 1 J. ' si- : ' r 'x -"t- ' XX X. X E. Nadel, M. Sheplee, L. White, M. Dantzic, F. Alailima, W Smith, W. Skotzko, D. Nichols. Row 3: A. Morgan, M Corrigan, J. Shriver, M. Henry, H. Knapman, D. Leidle J. Higdon, J. Tragle, B. Robertson, R. Linthicum, J. Saunders Champions In the Making xg, V 'Mi ha sf , 5 f lsfgl 35 nz age, U 1 xYl'Yff'f'll . . . 67-36 . . . Our first Intvrhigh oppone-nt. Wwte-111. ui Oiixlly deff-atm! by 0 135: . '74 9' , 051.4 .1 1' llludr-mlnlrgg . . . T5-61 . . . Hlarlvnflmllrw. one' nf our strung 1. or I 1 County uppmlvnts. was mowed down Ivy the Bluzvr- in 21 fllSf-lIl0YiI1 cunt:-fi. H1-re J. Stugo le-aperl high lo secure the ball. ur Blaztnr team. Hrfre T. llrmxn laid in Iwo pninl Li' Ii. qllP55 l0Ukf'Il Un, K N On The Way To - . ,, Y ' w ,A-ex. lluxuugu . . . ST-53 . . . ln om- of our num! 1-xviliu unc mmm. 1-ur pow:-rful UIQYQTS Fame' fm If-ugllv f.han1p1nn. i.unLugu. H1-rv XI -nt up for a basket as B. Ilanieh XX m lnlmul In xslxlp the 1 sv... 1 .f v - 4 V JW' Frederick . . . 51-58 . . . The finals of the State Championships found us losing to the Fred- erick Cadets in a see-saw contest. This game climaxed an outstanding season which saw us capture the Bi-County League title. Here Bob Daniels raced in for a shot as Mac Beasley screened out a Frederick player. Howard County . . . 73-48 . . . The semi- final round of the championships provided Blair with its final victory of the season. Blazer coach Ed Moffatt had an opportunity to send in the entire team in this easy victory over our District 3 opponents. Here Bob York went up for a shot as two Howard County players defended. . fat ,.,...gf,f. , The State Finals 1 5 'J ?"' ' J 2 bil xff' L I 17 LR 1' T7 '1 1 -1- , N-+ x v pf R014 l: if. Fmilh. J. Surullwrg. H. Linlhir-um, M. Fhnple-v, Tha- liluir JN. lmufkvthull l1'llIIl haul an 1'Xf'l'lJO td on with ll. Pryor. lf, Xml:-I. R010 2: l.. Whit.-. J. Klmpmun. J. Yvr- All HlllHl2.illlJiIl2 I5-2 rf-rorml. lnrlude-1l in their pvrfnrmame rilk. 'lf lie-une. J. Kuhn. IJ, JPIINPII. ti4l1,l4'Il Puigl- ,Inlm-mm. wax ll 18,11 xivlury owr J3.ff,lI. LUPIIQLJIIQ an r s Run' 3: I.. Hrmsrly. ll, lilanvhz-. T, ffox. J. Nlunhlux. 5. Ne-ul. Ihr- Barons. K. Hmsell. H. Luka 82-38 . . . C. Pryur aflcle-11 annlhvr two pointe 82 I-8-30 . . . K. Howvll lf-apeml high in an exciting W' mm mer JVJVXISIJILI. play llpillillxf Walte-r Johnwn High School. yi? ., il ,u 1, ' . L ff filfl K 1 7. i 1- W N 'i Huw 1: J. Vanljerwcrker. J. Benton. J. Axley, li. Mclferren, H. Paddon, K. Kessler, M. Reed, .l. Parker. Row 2: S. Ponce, B. Nloorehouse, G. Jarrell, D. Shure, R. Nelson, R. Schnebly, Coach E. Rcider, J. Whitaker, D. Wright, J. Bensimon, J. Unkles- bee, C. Larson. Row 3: K. Klingebiel, S. Mandel, D. Pond, J. Scott. R. Clime, F. Sun. D. Whitten, J. Blanche, D. Williamson, B. Tenley. Row 4: R. Peacock, P. Barton, J. .-Mlanis, F. Srnrner, Nl. Lee, D. Gregg. Soccer . . The All Weather Sport The Montgomery Blair soccer team began its 1957 season on January 8 by tieing Landon, 1-1. During the next ten days Blair defeated Longfellow, 5-0: lost to Episeopal. 4-1: and beat Sidwell Friends, 2-0. Un January 24. our boys traveled to Orange. Yir ginia: and were defeated by Woodberry Forest 2-0. The Alumni defeated us. 5-1: and another trip to Woodberry Forest again ended in defeat. 4-3. Blair eelebrated l.inr-olnis Birthday by whipping St. Albans. 2-1. and built up a winning streak by walloping l.andon and St. Albans again both by -1-1 scores. Wie ended the season with a 5-5-1 reeord by losing In llpise-opal, 2-0, on February 26. The Blazer JK. soeeer team finished with a two win. one loss. and three tie record. Here C. Larson and at Blair teannnatr- are on the attack against St. Albans. -Al ' R X 'F 3 J - ?..'If7 fini: " :P - xv' 'a :V 1 54 , v - xv 1 R J 1 1 iggunnr 5' h ' N I-5 cas mc f'W.g-Q, on ,. XX. , .. ,V ...U . 1' arm 2 - .Q-PM K H-M Z....L1-. l Row 1: Coach Cienger, Y. Byrd, D. Search, D. Whitten, D. Windes. S. Bloffson. W. Shober, R. Decker, J. Arthur, D. Martin, J. Axley, S. Dunning. Coach Rin-der. Row 2: W. Martin, S. Adorian. NI. Jones, J. Adams, W. Ellis, M. Laney, E. Thomas, M Corrigan, R. Smith, R, Durkovic, J. Sims, B. Brooke, E. Nadel, D. Nichols. Row 3: R. Skoghind, R. Lawrence, F. Polar, .I Johannes, D. Sloan, G. Greene, B. Higgins, A. Richards, D. Lieske. R. Class, K. Klingehiel. Row 4: R. Rothman, P. Crase, R. Blondcr, C. Pryor, S. Mandel, R. Linthicum, J. Yerrick, J. Young, ll. Kohn. L. Williams. M. Sheplee, C. Tavenner, T. Coward Row 5: D. Schriner, F. Shirley, G. Peacock, S. Levenson, J. Malannit. K. Daniels. D. Wright, A. Pearson, L. Flax. H , H Constant practice is needed to enahle a team to compile two con- T O st-cutisc Stats- Championships Here the Blazer relay team, S. Moffson. li. Decker. D. Nlartin. and W. Shoher, practiced running in an attempt to win the third vliampionship in a row. Theyfre off! This cry could he heard ring- ing from the Blair track every fall after- noon and warm spring evening. as the Blair trackmen practiced their athletic skills. ln the fall, it was our hard working cross country team that won acclaim for our school. This ycar's team had a new coach, Mr. Car- rasco. With his capahle instruction. our cross country hoys finished in a top spot in the state championships. In the spring. the Blazer track team prac- ticed diligently for its defense of the coveted State Championship. Meeting some of the best schools in the area, our cindermcn displayed a fighting spirit, characteristic of all Blair teams. H1111 I: R. Ffifltillldll. ,I. Vllitaker. 1. xliillll. Hou' 2: NI. lf'llNf'II. NI. Ilauwr. J. Xlilwx. N. Boykin. c'0111p1m-11 the- Tennis U4 lllli the l11k11fs1-1111411 tc11111 l'UlIl'lF. N11llltgIlH1lf'I'f' H1111 0111 1 1111 11111 1 I'lIlIllf'l squ 111 I' lu-11151 rlallv 1111 thx- 5111-" lhv ham! 1m1'ki11g Blazer 1 1111111-rs stvaclily illlllfll 111 11111 11111 111111111 to lu' ltrllrh up pu11c'11ls ill ll1ilU'llCs z1g11111Qt Il Cross Country and Tenms tm1111. CROSS COINTRY 'I'l-HN! -- Run- 1: S. IJ111111ing:. R. Durk- Claw. J. Sims. Row 3: A. Martin. D. Wine-S. D Wlutt n mic: J. .Xxls-y. Y. llynl. Row 2: B. Slvrn, ll. Sf-arch. R. 5. Mlorian. -KQV ..' 715331 it-' uftfki 'Blitz ,,-. l. If - If 7 ,Q-11 .Ja -" .1 'Y it ,,,,41n 1, -4 '. 'BLAIR ., ,vw ni- man .151 'BLAIR 1 733831 .wiim ima: Intl isis: asv: we-in-1 fl vi .i 5 1-'I -afh J i Z-...A X x Hou' li ,l. Pmsv-ll. ll. Sl'lllIlIIlZ1l'l, 0. Xvllll4'llNl4'lIl4'IA, ,l. Cain. A. Iwillllllll. lf. Smith. Huw 2: lf. lllc-Uuvvwll, ff. Nluy. R. Blakely ll. Nirlslrivlvmi. l.. Whitnr-y, MI, Taylur, L. Sllfil, lf, Mille-r. Athletes in Arms Thif ff'ilI'-5 rillc- If-um. the lieft in Blairk history. 'l'h1- lllim-r l'll-ll'lIlCll rlvfc-alle-il suf-h sf-liuuls as St. ,.l H mm ,-,.,,,n1 ln- Scnring mwrf, lmims in Une malt-h julms. ll.C.C.. :mil ilu- iialiunally knmsn Navy Plclws, than haul 1-wr liven score-fl hy ai Blair team. uf ue-ll us firing against fixe of the natirmis lop I sf-lumls in postal inzltvlws. l lhrwf,-ll. ,I. Vain. unvl X. Li-amun pr'-pam-il fm' Ll lIlLilI'l1. Row 1: B. Caserta, J. Arata, B. Nolte, J. VanDerwerker, D. Johannes, B. MacDougal, C. Whitmore, P. Graves. Row 2: J. Matthews, A. Beck, W. Turner, D, Jensen, R. Edson, S. Dunayer, J. Ryan, B. Stern. How 3: R. Waters fmanagerl, M. Selby tmanagcrl, C. Martin, Coach Kulakowski, E. Berger, L. Rice fmanagerl, M. Comstock tmanagf-rl. Baseball . . . The Community Game From the opening pitch of practice until the final pitch of the last game, the boys of the l957 Mont- gomery Blair liaselmall team maintained a fighting spirit aimed at obtaining our third consecutive Bi- County League championship. Returning players, which included Tommy Brown, Bob Daniels, and Jim Stogo, provided the nucleus of our squad, while many new players, under the cap- ahle leadership of Mr. Kulakowski, displayed their talents during the season. Lwunauvgx , ,' - , 1, --vim ,,,- , Q- ., vm '9-" -U ,Sri L4.....4 'Q Q , 1 - iii- - ""' 'wi 7 4534 lair' nw Jw ,Ubi - i it R A N' ' K """' ' s-rw f , .. Wk I Ny W annul' f .. J A . , k , z . , 1 , f g 1' 1 A - ' V I " ' f A' if - A ,gl ,A -- uv- ' , ,, s ,fl 4. , D - ll' s 4,5 -. .. QM 4 BS!" r 'Til' f ' ' , J ,,, I ' . .. - Q ' ' A '4 f S .: 'Q N l ,1 I Q . . . Q -K ' ' Q, 7-' - N , , - V s 3 - ,pu 3, A ' . :. 'Z , ' K M-wir" --'-, , . 1 5 ' ' lv . 'f - V .., ,za . 'Y 1 .1.- qv, 52:-r"'. ..-qi 6. , '4 - 4 , 4 Us '33, '91 x., ' M1 .. I I gn 'L .,, 'E . + . " L-4 Ugg, Z-mfr?-3,'-Wfl If-4. V A - ' g.-:.f--fm 83 "ff -Q:yf.,.T nigh f -a," :x 'wh N4 -Hnfginflhiwus' Z, , 1. . if "' , V. , ,-a. A " A X.. Q... ,A R - A U , 5.-'JUL f f- '- , . - ' "-- - , 1 -V -- 1- fmfsf IWW: , ,g.Q:',TqQ'.'u.L9?i 4 A ' M54-by V ' ifx 'vt 1? , 4 ' - H i 1- ,- -......... Q i T Qi , r l - -'Ai' 'Q ' -4 , nk 1 V K ., , ii i ATT. '.ai.,. , , , VM., N., . JM, V, V - ," 'Os ., .., vt,- Cy'n cla gave our boy opportunity for fast physical action and development of Opportunity For All To Participate Rou. 1 B Farnshaw J Axley, D. Blanche, Mr. E. Rieder. Row 2 Q Neal K C111 l Hines, L. Browdy. The Boys Planning, Committee met regularly to plan the cour e of tudy for our phy ical education classes. Their behind the scenes work resulted in well rounded class pro- Milli -N YH! x, - - , Q ' I Q xv .n . lv J. OLAF G. BROCKDORFF. BS., Boys' Physical Educationg Assistant Football Coach. CONRAD J. BROWN, BS.: Boys' Physi- cal Eflucaliong Head Football Coach, Golf Coach. ,l.V. Basketball Coach. DAVID LAC.-XRRASCO.B.A.g Boys' Physi- cal Education: Athletic Director, Coach of Cross Country Teams. GEORGE H. GIENGER, B.S,, M.Ed.g Boys' Physical Education: Assistant Foot- ball Coach: Wrestling Club. EDWARD P. RIEDER, B.S., M.A.g Boys' Physical Education, Healthg Chairman of Physical Education Department, Director of Intramurals, Track Team Coach. t 5 I I I I The members of the Boys' "B" Club were: Row 1: R. York, K. Cill, ll. Wilkinson, J. Axley, M. Jensen, B. Decker. B. Waters. B. Goss. Row 2: J. Matthews, G. Kissner, F. Shirley, P. Celfelcl, I. Faunce, T. Van Horn, M. Yogtman. Row 3: R. Corzine, J. Whitaker, F. Thomas, P. Ellis, WI Shober, D. Martin, J. Benton, D. Jensen. Row 4: C. Castle, M. Beasley, D. Linkins, D. Hummel, K. Daniels, J. Stogo, J. Cain. They Excell in Athletics These organizations were formed by those who had done outstanding work in the field of athletics. After school participation earned them the points necessary they obtained a red letter. The girls who participated in the Cirls' "B" Club were: Row 1: J. Dieste, A. Irving, M. Stern. Row 2: B. Neumann, C. Warner. F. Ollinger, S. Smith, M. Reed. i Za? 15 FHM - P fe' ", X ,' . ' . 1 , . ' , ix 5.31, TM- .4 ,gf ' W ' It A' H 1 , 1 " ,J f" '?!"27't , 1 .'. 1 . ' . 'M K ! qi o t I N.-ang -A .. -. fu if llete-rniination with a grin marked the faves of the players in this rousing game nf field hockey. which was part of the intramural program. Battling, for priest-ssion of the elusive ball Teamwork and Nl. lllackistun attempted a basket during a class session, whilz- K. Cook trivd to block her shot. A. Whitaker and S. Lowe wutvlie-ml. ii Mi'- 'of- ygf' . Q , . , , 1 'v--.-I1 --.QN 1 . .:,ifa Vi A 'Tw ' I.. ,N . . - r' - .41 2 . .. ., ' ' , f are J. Dieste, C. Baumann, M. Whiteman, P. Tichnor, M. Bean, L. Traglm-. R. Brandenburg, J. Dennis, S. Smith. Individual Skills Afternoons found girls interested in bowling using the facili ties at the Silver Spring Bowling Alley. Here M. Olsavsl-cy at ti-liiplml ai strike. aa 1' '36 1.- Jw A. r da. Q J 1, TF S Row 1. B. Thompson, Nl. Grover, J. Dennis, C. JEAN G- BAKER, B-A-3 Cifli Physical EClUC3li0I1, Poore, G, Hong, Row 2, B, Hall, G, Swain, P, Hygieneg Chairman of Girls' Physical Education Mayn. G. Baker. B. Hammer. Department, Intramurals, Girls' Planning Committee. GLENORE H. DETWILI-QR, B.S.g Girls Physical Education, llygieneg lntramurals, Girls "B" Club, Dance Committee. BESSHI M. HILL, B.S.g Girls Physical Education, Intramurals, The quick c-yea of our feminine sharpshooters rated them high in the inte-rvschool shooting matches in which they participated. J. Baker G. Detwiler B. Hill Skills Improve Through Planning Row 1: B. J. Neumann, E. Anderson E. Gamarsh. Row 2: L. Hepfinger, B, DuNIari. Nl. Sterne. Planning the sports for the coming year and arranging their order was the principle job of the Girlk Planning Committee. The efficient juli tlonf- hy tlimf girl- made the girl! intramural program wry inte-re-ting. The -lumber party gays- many of the Blair girl- a night -if fun to remember. 87 3' 'x . . 4 1 '- Gr' x V' -s, q T gf,- I ,mi A 0 nf Future Leaders of fthe Community The class, along with widening associations and ex- tending activities, offered the opportunity to recog- nize problems and solve them individually. Here one gains a better understanding of himself and others. Through adaptability and 'thedevelopment of inter- ests,,a set of values and attitudes are readily ac- quired. ' :JS .. 3 urs ua.: il i an e-we - ,.4-1--""" i N I 1-1- ami .s.g1g'.-.. 'QE ik! fi I' Q ,QQ 'X Row 1: Marilyn Shure Secretaryg Louis Browdy, President. Pre-side-nt. These capable leaders led through your first Row 2: Connie lluuuuer.Treasurerg Meredith Proctor, Vice wonderful year at Blair. Sophomore Class Organizers "VVhat a change!" This was the frequent exclamation of many sopho- mores. They met the many new situations facing them with the true spirit of Blair. ,..,..L...--- 'N 1 K1-O 'n 3' nf I x WWE xi I rr 10-1-Row 1: D. Ashley, J. Adams. B. Ml:-liixon. N. At- wood, C. Baumann. S. Bailey, C. Anderson, S. Banes. F. Arthur, J. Argent. Rauf 2: R. Allen, C. Baldwin, M. Ander- son, Allmon. Nl. Bakeman, B. Andes, L. Alligood, P. Alf'XZlI1llf'T. P. Barton. Row 3: J. Barnum, C. Barber, L. Ay, G. Adkins, J. Alexander, ll. Altman, ll. Askins, J. Walder, ll. ,-Xlwll. Sophomores 10-3-Rau' 1: A. Browne, J. Cady, P. Chrietakns, M. J Cantwell. 9. Clemente. C. Brubaker, P. Cochran, L. Bude she-im. Nl. Clagf-tt, M. Carroll. Row 2: J. Cannon. T. Char- ran. R. Cleme-, N. Carrodus, N. Carleton, Nl. Chinn, Y . - I 'lr ' Fil- 'f fliiw' Ali! D -Sf Vi. LLM! H J, , H45 lpm' -. . L--uv. so 'Q"V:'I1 5 WW cl, A I , .di-1 10-2m Row 1: B. Bowles. E. Borko, ll. Brinkman, Nl. Bright xi. E. is.-3.16,-. L. Bright, 1-. Ismmein. M. Blackistone, Af Be-njamin. J, Bevk. Row 2: 5. Brandt, B. Bell, Wm. Bieder man, J. Brady. R. Blakf-r, P. Blanchard. L. Braithwaite. B Borrl, ll. Broil-ky, R. B1-rman, J. Benton. Row 3: W'm Brmlv, T. Billupa I.. Bro-nnan, C. Brown, B. Broke. C. Boyd R. imma,-.,m1,.-. Nl. L. Browfly, J. Bohrer, C. Bierber. R. Blumi. 4.15 n ,org aqui .4- i K flartf-r. 0. Carter. Nl. Clansnf-r. L. Burns. Row 3: Chalfin, B. Burrnngha, R. Chvniae. D. Clagett, J. Chappell, R. Cannon, S. Casfix. -Hg 'li GK- . .. V .- v,ff--.'1?H1'f'- -fivv'-1,-. V-f " 2 as +- f ,l,1'1 : ff 1 L 01:11 111 l 'E ruin I usp: - --of 'vrzpr J? 3110 r x l -33-v' -- U .Jn .HMP I 1 Q ' Qi E" WK- ' 71 'Al -M" SIE, '43 LIL! ' rl W em r me 'A f- f me . inf: ' , , 1- wo ' K .5 -A-uf F in -an -- - - Mil- K' ,. . 5. 1 .M 'MQW ' U16 ' 'V -7 .,,,, in .. grwuln .1-A"-I 4 10-4-Rou' 1: C. Crosby, D. Dailey, A. Dehn, J. Dailey, J. 9. Colson, K. Cox. W. Collins, H. Crow, W. Connor. Row 3: Cohen, C. Cole. J .Coe, S. Cohen, P. Curry, J. Cosgrave. Row Nl. Conixtovk, J. Cowles, R. Cohen, C. Dr-r-ring, D. Curran, 2: R. Cronin. J. Davis, M. Cohen, C. Cox, K. Cood, C. Culp, 'l'. Coward, P. Curtis, D. Craig, K. Davis, P. Crasv. Class of '59 10-5-Row 1: V. Elting, D. Dye, C. Farber, M. Duckett, Denison, M. lfshz-lman, J. Dieudonne. J. Chneg, J. Fchard, Ehrbright. Row 2: M. Dement, B. Easter, H. Denny, Ericson, K. Elliott, E. Farrell, N. Eddleman, B. Depoach, Eaton. Row 3: M. Daugherty, G. Dickerson, C. Cowni A. Englert, H. Eckstein, G. Exler, T. Dessecker. D. I-'aullxn'-r. J. Elliott, Wm. Ducan. '32 11N , -'ar 5. S C L K nfl B. 10-6-Row 1: S. Freis, J. Fritter. R. Fisher. N. Ceiman, Fike, N. Gleason, S. Fielfls, M. Foster. A. Fauver, S. Fine. Row 2: Wm. Funk. C. Celfelcl, C. Geisler. C. French, B. Fishel. N. Ford, Y. Flax, L. Gitelson, A. Folk, J. Fetty, T. . Finnin. Rau' 3: M. Felstcin, J. Fewell, J. Gable, C. Glacy, R. Garner. li. Forbes. FW W LL - 9 9 . I 9 L , gif, M 2 .. V I - .2-4 Kiki? 4 ' 1. ,fl -,fr 4 ...Jr J 3 L gs ei 5 :J V A v Sf Nj- L 1 , K'-V 'X 5" X' 41 :Y , I bf: ... , xl W U . i .f-X Q- - Q5 30' CL NJ J' Q VH ,px - ,v L- y L I , . . . H l ' l Lll 489' In ..,. S189 ilu Ir' . " 'Q 'J S, - , ' '-"' ' vw - zvnum. H- .zur 5' I . ' l -. 2 sul: J " " ' l- .. 5' ' 5 ,. 1' 'rf' K- 47,5 7 fs Af ' J f l0-7-alfow 1: B. Colrlenlpf-rg, B. llall, E. llall. L. Crm-n. P Cfllmlllvrg. J. Crwnlmlat. E. Grote-, ll. llammer. K. Cregmnr. ll Cuplon. Rau' 2: C. Grulmlm. S. Cray, M. Crulmlm, Nl. llalpin 5. Crnlmlvlw. J. Uun-wr. M. llag er! . E. llaran-ky, J. Grow-r. E Y Row 3: IJ. Hall. C. Crimes. T. Crows, lf. Glulfw-lly. R. Gold Smith, J. Coodlin. P. Colden, J. Grooms-5, B. Greenberg. Sophomores 10-9-Row 1: C. Johnson, J. Kr-iling. S. Ratz. B. Jolmmn. N. Jam:-s, C. Jones. P. Kelly, S, Kirsvhlraum, ll. Kant:-rs. N Judd. Row 2: L. Kahn, J. King, K. Karlrtrom, E. Kim, P. I , i 1"-ff' I. Uftwl ..4i1Q'?.5! f' i5'N'! Ili E118 F' V ,f Muuxr- in l0-8fRou' 1: I.. lsiacs. lf. Javkson, M. Iloaglaml, l. Herman fl. lla-mg:-n, C. llummf-r. A. lmmlvr, A. llulmearl, J. llirscll A. llarvr-r. Rau' 2: F. Hvrz, J. lluwkina. W. llumplrrie-4, C llill. Nl. Holforcl. K. llir'kf'y. R. llvffelfingler. Nl. llnnl, P lleyman. Row 3: M. lleggif-, S, llurwxilz, ll. ll:-vnvr, J lligdon. R. Herman, .-X. Hoffman, L. llarpwr, J. lline-S, J Hocllslcin, WJ. lliggf-na. R. HL-sson. Kf'mIJf'TQ, S. Jones, M. A. Johnion, J. Jvwell, B. Jolmcon, W Kennf-r. Row 3: 9. Kaplan, D. Johnson, J. Ke-lly, Nl. Jones J. Kennf-fly, F. Kantor. for an - ai .. as F -6" .fNf"' .- ., ,qx 7 E Y Hai Q J I0-10a Row I: W. Launtage. J. Kromer, J. Lee, R. Leibovici N. Lareon. D. Kreh, L. Kongak, M. L. Lankford. P. Lawson S. Lexy. Row 2: B. Kramer, G. Larson, R. Krietzer, A Kutner, L. Lewis, R. Krebill, K. Leventhal, W. Kuyhendall, Class of '59 10-ll-Row l: S. Love, S. Lusk, B. Mann. E. Loisell, L. Xlf'Lillll0llflll, U. Louft, E. Lyle, R. Light. J. Marht, J. Pittle. Rau' 2: lf. Lewis, J. Margnlif, S. Mandel, M. Letvinsky, J. Lulvin. P. McAfee. F. Mason, Y. McConnell. G. McAinsk. Ron' 3: S. Markowitz, D. Motson, A. Martin, J. Malamut, R. Lintlnivum. W. Loveless. M. Marc:-llino, T. Markee. R. Luke. xv A 9? is f gn 1-. lx x 'R y 1 . I x Q z , T1 A ll . fe HV il RX. A 1 T 1 5: f' . ' N A M. Rrurhvu, IS. Lewis, W. Ledhether, L. Laibgon. Row 3: l' lMf2.llllXSlII'Nl. W. Langer. 5. Lew-neon. K, lilingzelmiel. H. Knap man. J. l.dNlf'Il. ll. Kuhn. l". Kraufr-. XY. lrilumilz. R. Lenlz 10412-Row 1: B. Mudd, N. Michnidk, S. McGraw, S. Mc- Holil. J. Milner. S. Murphy, B. Moore. C. Miller, E. Matley l. .L xll'Nl3lliiH. Ron' 2: R. Monk. I., Miuke-l. l.. Meiman. 5. Miller. P. Mill. A. Meissner, J. L. Moore, J. Miller, J. A Moore. D. McMillan, R. McLaughlin. Rau' 3: A. Morgan, C Milnicow, D. McKenzie. J. Moore. J. Morris. M. Murphy, H. McKenzie. J. Maekus. J. Miller, D. Mitchell. .ii , . f f Sw .e,. 9 CWC . -J I"i 'V w 5... X 'iwl I0-13-Ron' 1: I.. K. Now-. Ii. Parker. r E -. 130 fi 4 V. --:fi JA ZZ ."'Y 37 I 3 -4 If ff Awe -new f " w '53 1 in .' '99 - -- a Q . lk 7 , if 41 , If- .'!x,, . , .J 1 'f:y' K'-ff .wif 'fn .ns-. Wg Q 55.1 ,K ' V, 1 yi!-L G44 'I uf' M Q' r I Wftf ' I' if Sly -A v iv V! Nussbaum, 5. Packett, Y. Naylor, Nfyera ff. Nxrknl-rm. NI. Nvvin, J. 0kIIlPI'f'T. .In Nvchol-nn. Run' 2: T. Urmv. Il. Nivkol-. Yvm. Park, R, llll-f-n. G. NIU-he-r. I.. Urfivy. f., U linen. J. Parlgvlt X. IYYIIHHI. II. Yvvvvll. If. Nami'-I. Rnu' fi: .-X. Neuman. V- Nvvrw-, If. Orr, T, Nivlwlx. .I. Ne-Imel, I.. U'IIara. R, O'II0nnur. IS, Nnltf-. lt. Parkvr, 41. Orlet-ky. II. 0'Nf-ill, .-K. U'NexIl I. 'Yarf v. Sophomores I0-I5 -Rnu' l: S, Saidmen. Rev-fi. Y. Rfmlmv-v, J. Rulminxnn. If-rfl. I. Ifvfffi. Run' 2: 5. RllN'I'II. ,I. Fagrnan. Ix. Rm. Ii. Robert-nn, B. Rvdmon, M. P. RH-flol. ff. Refmly. II. Ru! Srarlii. A. Farra. . R. Rfmthnwan. YV. Rwbvrt-on. X. .41 Ei' 1 her- .I Roi-. IX. I0-I1 Run' l: II. Ploar, F. Pvm-If-in. Y. Parka N. Pursell. I., I'uwv-ll. B. I,tIIlII"IIOI'I. NI. Haftery. .I. Paul. N. Pargly. II. Imlimf-r. HHII' 2: Il. Pm-t. IP. P1-mlv-rton. 9 Parkvr, NI. I,I'fHfHI', X, IIITTIIHQI. J. Pepv-r. 41, Prvixman. II. Potznf-r, F. IITIIIIHTII. ll. P'-ring. F. Polar. P. P4-mg. Rnu' 3: R. Pulingv-r. N. I'fIr1f-P. K. IIMIQ-rxf-rm. K. Pan-fl:-II. NI. Perna. NI. Petvr-rm. 1.. PHUI. NI. P21'f'I'x4vn. Ilvrvgrvy, I'I1iIIip4, R. I,l'0pS!. II. ' 1 1 . Iullll. XI. Ii.iI1Iv.I.. Irvvr. Hmlwf-II. R011 3: ,I. RowvII. U. Fanrhv-L. F. Pmrlflix. B. Rolwrt- ,.ln. ff. Ru--ell. ,I. SilU1IIll'Y',!. N. RUxf'YlIJ3llI'II. .I. Rr-Q-rl, .I. Rf1wnIvrant7. 1- I I . can 2. -Q .. -.fig ' .' '-' " GSB' ' L ' .A X' 'U 1 9 1662 fr' .i V- at . A I -.0 QQ,-Q 1 I S. .7-" o .wg is Qi L, ,- U-Mft FFA l l0-16-Row l: B. Schlarhman. R. Silverman. B. Schnebly Nl. Sc-hreihffr. R. Silhey. B. Sf-vlvy. l.. Simpson, L. Shipley S, Svhlattvr. l.. Shorr. Rau' 2: W. Svntellv, P. Shipley. .l Class of '59 IOVIT-R010 l: 1. Smith, E. Sussman, C. Swaim, D. Smith D. Spivs. R. Stvin. D. Sarltle-r, l. Stellmachf-r. R. Stviner, M Stiehm. Ron' 2: S. Solwl. .-X. Sollorl. R. Stern. J. Taylor, ,l Tarhvtt. T. Stvplivnf, YY. Smith. ll. Tatel. J. Sterklvin, T Stf-gman. C. Cavenm-r. R. Spitz:-r, B. Stoner, ll. Swartwout. nw-u A vis PV ali!! . K. Sh:-rman. IJ Smlirfen ru Sea NIIIPX , St'lhiZlY'll.. Nl. Simont ec S S . SCUIK. lj. SVU!! Selby. L. Shira. C. Sheaffvr. J. Sheridan, M. Shurv. J. Sims . l0-lil --T Row l Pl a f W arrwn o . K. Yan -Xusdall P Tru ell I lrarw X fhnrnhur 1 . Triple-t. lf. Vilin mrs nu ei l nrlc'-r . 'frm-nt:-r. R, Tr X Tawlo S lnclervsooc l Thom v Tanner. Rou' 3: J. Starner. R. Snoots, I. Swartzback. ll. S. Tilluteon. W Weran vnu lf ou .l. Yan Camp. Walker R 'lurn iull 'Nl Th froff R W N. Toth. J. Tra lf k Thnmp nn l Y an ..-:aw AJ 'f '- wx-..1:f' 2 A E was lv Yi! -OK WK 2135 plyig.-illi ru'-.REP ' .. MWA .D" . WND 1. an 'fi mn' 1 .gil WX S1 10-l9' Ron' l: W. Weiss. K. Wolff. C. Wood. C. Williams. F. White. -K, Whitaker. F, Wiener. J. Wilson. P. Williams. T. W'illvurt. Run' 2: C. Wileove. F. Wiilkinson. G. Wilcox. P. West. J. Wharton. .L Wilroy. M. C. Wood-. J. Whitman. Sophomores Dusting and writing overdue hook slips were the major activities of the Sophomore Library eluh. These Row 1: D. Smith. M. Proctor. R. Leiboviei, M. Litvinsky. K. Cook. C. French. C. Anderson. R. Krehill. L. Green. B. Aitchi- son. A. Folk. L. Orrley. Row 2: J. Lippman. P. Kempers, J. Watson. N. Carrodus. M. Chinn, C. llummer, F. Kim. 5. White, E. Wiener. A. Harvey. Rou' 3: J. Wharton. K. Wolff. M. A. Johnson. P. Mills. J. Brady. A. Whitaker. N. Ford. C. M. Winson. P. Willeher. C. Williams. D. Williamson. Ron' Il: K. Wexler. C. Woorlarri, VV. Wilkerson. R. Wilkinson. l.. White. J. Wilson. R. Weiss. F. Yarnell. Y. Wblfe. R. Wil- liams. R. We-llens. C. Werner traflitional duties were hestowed upon them after their initiation into Blair's Library Club. William-. A. Ruhling. C. Tracy. A. Noyes, J. Fritter. F. Walker. P. West. 5. Love. C. Ehrhright. C. Jones. Row 4: fi. tlruhh. C. Barber. F. Mason. A. Sarra. J. Narey, J. Kennetlv. J. Wolff. J. Morris. H. Altman. N. Toth. N. Rosen- lfaum. Funk. R. Fisher. R. Blaker, V. Rohey. M. Bright. I.. Alligoofl. E. Farrell. f-""' mx we J' Qleft to rightl Jean Weaver, secretaryg Carolyn Har- Linkins, president. They developed our talents and ris, treasurerg Sam Larcombe, vice-presidentg Dahn prepared us for our next year. The Juniors-Betwixt and Between The administration of the junior class was in the capable hands of these students and their adviser, Mrs. Enright. Together they planned the party, the prom, and headed the various committees to insure a prosperous year. Buzzy Abramson .lim Adams Janet Adams Jesse Adams Teddy Adelman Stephen Adrian Bob Aiken Fala Alailian Bill Alexander Sue Allaway Carolyn Allen Clara Andrews Janet Anderson Curtis Anstine Bill Arnbeek Pat Bacon Beverly Baile Susan Bailey Gail Baker Bob Baker Brenda Balassa F' -, in-I 1 ,S 11 5n' i ' -gf .X-l X V Y , S 1, hz if 112 ,Jai Q., il 'A :. -gi B "0 T , 41. xt, fp Y gl t At? A md 1 .lim Bales n Rowland Barnes Martin Barry 1 b Jane Barton 6 Q- Martha Battles ,loan Bausserman l K f X Barbara Beall I 1 g,w,?i"' . Aj Ellin Beatty Art Beck . Alice Bedell V 3, V :Q Barbara Belmont Q A V L f .lo Belt ii ' ' Lynn Benjamin ' E " W John Bennett 'e , 1 joe Bensimon Ned Benton Eddie Berger -I -X Alan Bernhard 5' ,V A if B J Allan Bernstein '59 , E ' "K Ellen Beswick I X Harwood Beville at f A .loe Billhimer if 9 'Nlarslla Birdsell ' w - 'Q Ae 1' 4' ' joan Black N ft' ' ' ' Bit-hard Blakely ff ' ' llaxid Blanche ,Q fi P I llon Blanche H? , I I lim Blanche Q Roy Blonder L Lillian Bogge 3 if q , , Q ,N Q ,lohn llonan , ' , l'i-rrv Bonner ' ' ' ff' Marilyn Bookfortl ' ' William Booth ' - Kenny Bork Stanley Bnrzagi- l'aul Bmworth S.. - gh. 4 I: Eltarfmnnlloyer - " ' 'K A etty ray B tl Y ' l'utrieia Breen ' P X i 1 A Celia Brill ' I, 7 4 K E Judy Brimlwrg Z' -. -u. - A ai l.arry Brown Tommy Brown Tom Browning: Robert Brownley Elizabeth Brubaker Kon Rrnner Q K. ,. 'z Y: 3 ,if ? J ,t fo, ,. 4, k s. T A 5 T 9' 4 A QV, slfirff 'K' 4 . rf- it gg C 4 Boll Corzine ,loan Coughlan Tom Coughlan Terry COX Dianc Crase Don Crawforil ,lolin firawforrl ,Xrnolfl Critzcr Yirginia Crocki Carole Cromer liu .Xnn Crook llill Crowe linll Cllllvll Carolyn Culp ,loan Cushman Nlary Daily john Dani:-ls llolm Daniels liivharml Dant Mike Dantzig .luily Davie-s Carlton Davis Carter Davis Gerry Davis Diane Decker Hoyte Decker Robert Decker Karl Dehn -r rf ' 'L' ' - qs, r . v 'I , gs bl x f? F at ft if '51 V! x. ' ,fp 'Ll' .al .u v. 4 5 gf 5 ,, I , L... ..,, 'W ti M , i' . ' l , All t it as 1, z . - e - H. .F i 'X xy ' N 4 ,B 4. eg, Q, 1 ati., -P ' . i Class of '58 J, Maria Buas Bill Buckley Alice Buhl ,loan Bulkley Bob Buranen Frank Burdette Nancy Burger Stewart Burke I-'rod Burns .lim Burrows Pete Bursenos Douglas Burt .lohn Buscemi Vernon Byrd Ellen Cady Kathy Caldwell Peggy Campbell Ray Capelli Douglas Carlson Virginia Carlson Bill Carmichael Nancy Carter Mario Caserta .loyce Caulder Dan Cayelli lioli Chanu-s Ray Claery Ward Clark Betty Jane Clarke Dennis Clarke Linda Clow Claire Cochran Linda Coffman Nancijoy Colb Lee Collins Yvonne Combs Aaron Compton Betty Cook Linrla Cook Dorothy Cooper Shirley Cornelius Mike Corrigan E ft ki, if ', 'R " i fa C, ' 4 1 'is N. . 5 V K I t Aug i if ia an S 4 ig F , 44 A t r kt . If 5 , ,il , ' C Digi' 1 I 1' ' 7:Nt , Lf . as fi ' C' .--y 'Xt' 6? -C fs. W, ly - ob- Martha DeNeen Peggy Detriclc Frank Devlin Alla Da-Vries Stanley Dickerson llrrnda Dietz l'at Dixon john llmlgen Pat Doehre-r llill Dollins Sue- Donahue llrenrla Doyle Trudy DuBrow llonnife Dufllars liivhartl Eaton Row Eclchardt lluh Edson Anna Elder Glenda Eliason Janet Elliott Joan Ellie William Ellis llona Ely Sharon Engstrom ,lurly Epstein ,le-rry Erirssnn llowarxl Eskin Nancy Estes Julianne Faust ,lean Fenstermacher Suaan Findling anet Fisher teve Fisher Tom Fisher juss-ph Ftizpatrick I S Kenmlell Flanakin Rifliarrl Flax Robert Fulk Nlicliarl Folstein Nlary .lann Fordham 'Nlary Fnitvr Judy Frank F 'Il A f-If ::- -15.- ff C .dh K A V A , ., IN P ' . L 11 A5 .4 E Y 4 'S A - 'Q ' in F. LIZ Q L bv' I .. 5' My fs s. Tu. I F64 fp,- is '- -in 1' ' . W .L 2' fi 1 5 , 'W YF ' fl : - M l fd fl' X , I If eg, l, A A ' R I i R' ., ff: -'Q ci ' Q- N I f A A , , gm tw .E 1 'fri l.lll1l2l l"rf-flerirlv lliriam Fr:-mlnian 1' 9 Xllun Frf-iflxon .Q l-'lurvnve Frierlman - ' 5 . Hivhanl Frieflman Nlurtrvn Frmnv' I lloxy Frv Elf-ainir flamar-li 'linux flarilner Q V -A 1 Franrie Carnv-r j W " 1. , .lavquiiv flrieaway 'lj " ' - 1 Kurt fiillmf-rt I E llivlialrfl Claw I ll-'ltr lllatlf' Q - C, - . g' -v. lmaln- lflulx lluuann llln-N .I+-rry ll04lZ.llHblll Norman flfvlflln-rg ffztrnlxn llnlilen llnrntliv flwotluiri Frzmli Cnoflwxn Frank Coriup liilffy lina- Suaan Cmiltl Ste-w Uranat Yliirl v Cravfnor llaml fre Jmct Creen MW e I 102 luds Hutclu on ludx lnoff Feraldlnr- ln l in ludw lreland Fred .lacnb Fall Jacobson Rarbara lame-Q Bersl James Nlaxlne Jam:- .ludy Jann Ted .larboe Thomaa Jarrf-ll Lmda ,len Don Jen on que .lecter lan Jolxannr- Tom John ton llnllls one Rlcbanl lxah n qtexen Karl Ram Keene Carole Kinney Barbara lxlrbx Lou Klechalt Charle Klmck Nancy Klmf- Granulle Kllnk '1 Cass o 58 'Q' lawrence Green l-red Gregory Warren Groomes lune Grois Ronmc Cross llawld frowman 'Nlary Grower Allcr- Cumpper f llberl Gu s lhan Guy Ann Halllday lhere a Hallman Carolme Hanaon Jolm Hardy Sllmla Harfeld lack Harmon llarlnara Harrl larolyn Harrl Marlene Harrn 'Klan Harwv farol H1 lun lat H'lu cr lolm llaxgxoofl Martha Hccltman K llllV I clm lhll lleltmuller lu ll: t7rl Kenneth Heltzcl Nlar aret lltnduck Robert Hendrick on xlllxf' Henry Roland Hey bey Sandra Hober 'Vma Hoffmann Robert Holt 'DWTP Hong lxlp Hovsell lane! 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' . 2' 0 r "T t f 1 ' T I C ass M 058 .PJ Tn' 'lnn Sllyerman Sylvra QlIlCl3ll' Rlta Sttnlclx fharles Smxth llaye Smlth l'dward Smlth Joan Qmllll kenneth Smlth Roland Smlth Ronald Smlth l:llldlJPlll Smoot lioh Sne rud 'Nlargaret Q0lllJ8lxlxC .lohn Somers Andrew Sparacmo Bet v Stanley Beyerly St Claire ClllJ6'I'l Stearn XY alter Stee y Robert Stelnex lreno Stellmacher Barry Stern Stephame Stern lamon Stewart 'Vatalle Stewart lhll Stewart lloyd Storm Paula Straughan Peggy Sukrow jlm Summers l'rtd Sun Holm Sutter Bob Sutton Sylvla Swan Jeanette Swlft Tlm Taury lane Tayenner Pat Taylor llxll Taylor lenelope Templeton l aula Thleroff L4 -16 wr'- i i , - . 'l - - 'J A - "'- K H . A .4 ,Rx ' r - L: ' ' f V , xx 8 X 'F W ., ., v g Vx 15 1 L da 9037! 'I 1 E ' 3 'Q x "' at xi- ' ' F' , , Ay' , if l .NJ . P. ae , r .. ww. . Q . f 1 I I 4 li , Q 4g it F 1 'lf I it z r on . adn emo Q T '-L. ' .. 1 - 'rr if - ' Q. K f Y .,, N N ev 14 49 tl l' , , - - - ,rg-1 .- 2 .. K 1' ,viz ' li' , ' w ,L f HQ E li If i Evan Zuesse Sue Wachtel Arthur Walker .leanne Walker .loyce Wallace Dave Waple Pat Warfielil Bob Warfield Barbara Wafhingzton Kfflfif- Yveaver .lean Weaver Str-we Weiner Sanford Weinger Barbara Weinstein Ann Wells Howarfl W'esCott Dorothy White Bill White G1-offrry Whitmore .lohn Whitmore l.arry Whitney llavicl Whitten Barbara Willman Barbara Williams .laye Williams Laurence Williams llick W'illiams .lf-anne Wilson David Wincles Pat Winter .leanne Wishnow Thomas Wolfrey Don Wright Lois Wright Hugh Wright Sharon Wood Bob Yarnell Mary Yeatman John Yerrick Bob York Arnold Young John Young Enid Zipperman The class 'of '58, in keeping with the times, planned the UIVY LEAGUE LEAPU for its class. The colleg- iate u n i o r sported blazers, "ivy league" shirts, and flat hats at the December party. IRB ITT 'Y aww! xx Wm him " O an., R99 -'JU lil -Sli 3 wg: .3-.lf .kjgq f Q av VZ 'TW' Bl OQQQI -CASH ATI. QL 'fl I ... -.eu A v' sl Xxx Run' 1: I.. lllif-k. J. I.ong. I.. Cook, If. Iluinzirfli, D. Cooper, IJ. Je-nv-n. I'. NIIINICZHII, J. Flute-r, F. Fl'1'Q'tIHlLlIl. I.. .-X. Ifnok. J. Fc'Innirlt. NI. I"rif'rInian, I'. ffuniplu-ll. J. Mlrlanie, J. We-an-r. K. Sn-ulrury. Knit' 2: Il. Fvlilattvr. N. Ilulfnian. 5. .-Xlluwuy. J. Frank. 5. Ilolier. 5, Ile-Ile-grinvv. NI. I71-m-e-, II. KI11rIey, S. 'lihrnnsf-n, A. IIJIIP Spring of tln' yt-ur nn-aint liartl work fur tliie Vuiiiiiiiltvt- Ilntnppe-r. I.. Ilvplingvr. Row Ii: II. Slwply. III. Pursmis. Ii. uliivll wth rv-ponailvlv for lln- SIIVVCSS ul IIlt' Junior I'rmn. He-ylwy, IJ. I.inkins. J. Rast, IC. Iiruluakr-r. C. Nvslle-r. J. Magiil- Sevuring u lrullronin, plunning rr-frm-xlnm-nt:-, arranging for -Un. J. I.1-wix. Huw I: Nl. Iisteg. A. Ilullhluy. W. Nlurpliy, plzlrlie-ily :tml tivlu-ts vwre- :ill pzirl ul Ilui itil, iiml+'rluIwn. Working Together as J umors Iln- Junior ljlvrury 1fIllliw'asuIla1'llxc group in IIIZIIIIILIIIIIIIQ I.untlif, ll. II4'l'lIllh'. ll. Swltzv-r. I.. fluflnizin. S. Kllovsny. ll. Illair's fine- lilvrziry Its well-pf-rfornwd vliore-Q imqmlml ming Guy. U. Ir:-lunfl. Ron' IS: 5. Svlilo--vr. I.. llvpfingc-r. II. Ilurrix. Imuks. tln-ting slit-In-S. aml taking a turn at tlie Clin-vk-uint fls-wk. II. Riggs. NI. Xlillv-r. Ii. Krunn-r, J. Ilung. IS, Srnoul. Nl. S4-lur, 'I'l14-xv uvtixitiex pre-pairetl tllr- juniors for tln- uwlniiiiislrutiw Ii. Iiuln-rlx. Il. Linking. Il. Wwt-ntt. ll. Noftlt-r. I.. Clit-lx. I.. tluties tliat will Ire- theirs nc-xt ye-ar. Pow:-rs. N. lNIarIuwe. N. Iluflnian. NI. Ilultlt-s, K. Fclimitlt, ll. Ilanfnn. N. Wwlls. fi. Nlorvy, IJ. Svliuivilm-r. II. Culp. II. Sliip- Ruu' I: l.1'ff lu right: J. Amlanis. J. Lovejoy. I.. Hunt. J. Icy. NI. Iii-I-fl. II. Craig, II. Wlurlivlrl. I". ,luwlvs. II. Gov. Row I.:-wis. II. IJuNIars. T. Parsons, N. Klinfk If. Smith, YV. Nlur- 4: C. Ilimnpxon. C. May. J. .'XHtIf'TbOIl. II. Ilollins. J. Sniitli. pliy, If. IILIIIIUTNII. I". Fri:-rlnian. I. John-ton. I'. fNIusic'ant. A. C. Nlurpliy, N. Ilzillitlay. li. I'zu'kur1l. N. N111-lm-ll. I.. IIVIPFNOII. Cunippcr, L. IxIl'IIllQlIl.J. NIurIrit',k. 5. Bailry. If. I3eswit'k. Ron' NI. Nuge-nt. J. Iiaiiwrriiun. N. XIt'I'I1e'rfoli. .I. Nlugidfuii. Ii. 2: J. Wtlllu-r. J. Wilson, N. Estes. D. Clogs, J. Black. II. Ranfl. J. I7rank. W. Crounies. K. Bork. I7. Ili-xlin. R. Sniitli, If. Stanlvy, J. lltisuvvay. J. Lung. 5. Tliomsvn, I.. Cook. R. Fry, Ili-uty, S. Fiflu-r, S. I.ur1-mnln-. Nl. I.:-e. I.. llnffinun. J. SVIIILII' IJ. Cooper, I.. Je-n, B. Glaze. II. Mador, K. Iflanakin, I3. Bray. tvr, K. Fvalmry. II. llc-lniunt. 5. Pvllvgrintu, Y. XILIII. I'. J. Fauit. J. Truvy. I.. Maps-S, J. Swift. J. Bm'IiIey. J. Hurry. I7. Strauglin. fi! Q-:Qu ,Q :px f", xr xii I 1 1,7 . S, S4..-I' 40? 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N' """""' "" """" ' ' ' LIIIIU' 1-x1'1i11g 211 1111: 5111111111 1'r11111. ,M 1111- c1i111C1x I our IIIQIII 5-1111 ' ' , 3 1 " """""""" """"" ' , we? gru1 't111 int L1 111-w '111 'I'111- If F ' r111. 'I '2. ...,.................. , S ' l l .4 A A , l , -2 43 ""' Q Z"W .-4 X - X , 1 Of' 6 . ' A, i , ' J S . 5 -,,. , Q A-.l L tag. ,. l p 4- P. Adams R. Adams A. Ahiouris A Y L". P K G. Allmon, Jr. R. Anastasi E. Anderson A 9 ANNE REGINA ADAlR, Ffsncll cllll, '56, '57, Pep Clllb 155. V 5 y s GERALD FREEMAN ADAMS, Blair Rollers '55. ' PAUL ROBERT ADAMS. AAA ' 4 A RICHARD ALAN ADAMs, H.R. Pres. '55, '56, Assembly '56, '57 com, A Ad 1 G Ad Intramurals '55, Bowling League '56, Library Club '57, Sr. Play '57. BQ Akjfgn Nl' Alffj AUDREY AH1oURls. J. Anderson K. Anderson "Jack and Jill went up the hill," and had fun at the Senior Party. C. Gable and R. Durkovic, dressed as Jack and Jill, were among the many seniors who enjoyed themselves at the "Once Upon a Time" Party in October. fi ' r .ff ,AN BARBARA LEE AKMAN, Dance '56, Intramurals '55, '56, Spanish Club '57 iV.P.l, Pep Clllb '55, '56, Library Club '55, '56, '57, Biology Club '55, Sl'llf'6'l'lUgll8 '56, '57, Jr. Party '56, Quill 8 Scroll. NANCY LYN ALKIRE. Welfare '56, Athletic Comm. '57, Ways 81 Means '55, Publicity '56, Student Lounge '56, Homecoming '56, '57, Order '56, Intra- murals '55, '56, '57, Library Club '55, '56, '57, Pep Clllb '56, '57, Cheerleader '56. '57 fCapt.l, Sr. Class Sec. '57, GEORGE TRUETT ALLMON, JR., H.R. Treas. '55, '56, '57, Assembly '56, '57, Publicity '56, Intramurals '55, Boys' Planning Comm. '55, '56. ROBERT EDWARD ANASTASL H.R. V.P. '55, Assembly '55, '56, '57, Safety '57, Student Lounge '55, '56, Citizenship '57 1Ch.J, Student Council '57 IV.P.l, Library Clllb '56. '57, Jr. Class V.P. '56. ELEANOR MARIE ANDERSON. H.R. Sec.-Treas. '55, H.R. Sec. '56, Pub- licity '56. '57, Election '57, Ways Sl Means '55, '56, Inter-School Relations '55, Homecoming '55, Library Club '55, '56, '57, Pep Clllb '55, FDNA '56, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Girls' Planning Comm. '55, '56 iSec.l, '57 IPr'es.J, Annual Show '56, Monogram Soc. '57, Adv. Chorus '56. JUDITII GLEN ANDERSON, Ways 8 Means '56. '57, Welcoming '56, Intra- murals '55, Library Club '55, '56, French Club '56, '57, Ice Skating Club '55, Pep Club '55, '56, FDNA '55, '56 lSec.l, '57, Annual Show '56, Jr. Prom '56, Sr. Party '57, Adv. Chorus '56. KAREN ANDERSON, Inter-School Relations '55, Yvays Sz Means '55, '56, Order '55, '56, Activity '56, Assembly '56, '57, Athletic Comm. '56, '57, Home- coming '55, '56. '57, Citizenship '57, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Library Club '55, '56, '57, Pep Club '56, '57, Annllal Show '56, Cheerleader '56, '57, Girls' Planning Comm. '55, '56. RONALD BRUCE ANDERSON. RUTII RANSOM ANDERSON, Welfare '56, Adv. Chorus '56, '57, Sr. Prom '57. CIIARLES ROBERT ANGER. R. Anderson R. Anderson R- AI1g6r fu" gi if 1 in Q' 'ty is I 4 l., .-Xpperti D. Appleby J. :Krbena ll. Aserkolf M. Austin J. Axley LORlj'l'T,X ANN APl'ER'l'l, Work Expcricncc '56, '57, DIANE El,lZfXllE'l'll ,'lPl'l,El3Y, ll.R. Pres, '55, Sopli. Class Sec. '55, Stu- ilent Council '56 1Svc.P, '57, Inter-School Relation: '55, Election '56, '57: llUllIf't"0lI1lIlg1 '55, '56, '57 lsllll-Cll.lI AiQl'llllDly '57, Foreign Excllange Club '56, Library Club '55, '56, '57: lcr- Skating: Club '55, llluir O'Dr-bs '56, '57, JOSEPH LU'l'llER .XRRENL Ways 8 Means '56: Safety '56, '57, School Store '55, '56 lCl1,l, '57 lCh.l, Ormlcr '56, J.Y. Football '55, lntramurals '55, '57, Spanish Club '57, Monogram Soc. '57, Daml '55, '56, '57, ,-XL.-KN WEFLEY ARKISTRONC. Ways 81 Means '55, '56, Order '55, '56, --' A School Store '55, '56, '57, Dance '55, Library Club '55, '56, '51, Spring llay Comm. '56 ll'rops Cl1.I 3 Sr, Play Colnln, '57, Spring l'lay '55, Nut l llicspians. JAMES DfXNlEl. ARTHUR, H.R. V.l', '55, Assembly '55, '56 Citizenship '57, JN, Football '55, '56, Varsity '57, Track '56, . , s . . N. 3 Orcler '55, '57, '57' vl'lI'll Kinl llERN.'KRD R -XLPH .'X9ERKOl"l". .Xctiyity Council '56, Cllclnistry Club '56, '57: lliology Club '55, Scif-nce Club '56, '57: FDNA '56, '57, Clless Club '57: Nlatli Club '57, Sr-ienfr .Ycirslerrcr '56, '57, llancl '55, '56, '57, Nlonogram Soc. '56, '57: Latin llonor Soc. '55, '56: Nat'l llonor Soc. '56, '57, Quill S Scroll '56, '57: Sr, llaccalaurvatv '57, NIURIEI, XICKENZIE QXVSTIN. lI.R. 'I'rf-a-, '55, Ways 81 Mr-ans '56, '57' Welfare '57: llornf-coming '57, JOHN HAROLD AXLEY, JR., ll,R. Y,P. '57, Crow Country '55, '56, '57, Soccer '55, '56, Track '55, '56, '57: Library Club '55, '56, '57, Frcncll Club '57: Rand '55, '56, '57, Buys' Planning Comm. '55, '56, '57, Sr, Baccalaureate '57, l'.l-lZ,Xl3l'.l'll 'XNN l3'Xlkl:R, fxrt f.lub 56, '57: Elem. llu-ine-N Club '55, '56, Xl.-KRlDELL BAKER. Nvayc S He-an: '57, Election '56, '57, lloinf-coming: '56. '57 lsllll-C0-Cll.lQ Dance '55, Ftuflcnt Lounge '56, Ortlcr '55, Library Club '56, '57, Pep Club '55, '56, lntramurals '55, '56, '57: Sr. Cift '57, NINX AI,EYANDR,X BAKER, Publicity '55, '56, '57, Ways 81 Means '57: Welcoming '55, '56: Welfare '57: Dance '56, Intramurals '55, Broadcaster-' Assoc. '55, Silrer Chips '56, '57, Annual Show '56, Sr. Play Comm '57 Spring: Play '56: Sr, Play '57, ELlZAXRE'l'll ANN BALDWIN, lntramurals '55, Library Club '55, '56, '57 .Knnual Show '56, Adv. Chorus '56, '57, l'."l'I'RlClK JANE BALCJE, ll,R. Sf-c. '57: Ways 81 Means 57, Publicity '55, '56, '57, Wf-lcnniingx '56, llomf-coming '55, Intramurals '55, '56, FDNl.-X '55, '56, l"a-llifvn Show '56, Fr. Ring: '57, 11,-XNll'lll'll.l, SISAN li-XNNERNI.-KN. .Xctivity '56 1Sub-Cl1.I: Publicity '55' Intramurals '55, '56, P'-p Club '55, Silver Quill '55, '56, '57, Fr. Play Comm. '57 1Cll,r1 Quill K Scroll '56, '57, Nat'l llonor Soc. '56, '57: Nlonograln Soc. Jo,xN YIOLET IHRRER. ROS-KLIE NIYRTLE RXRDER, Intramurals '55 u7, l"rf-ncli Club '56, '57, l'e-p Club '56, llanfl '57: Sr, Play Comm. '57, l'A'l'RlCl.X HELEN R.-XRKXl:'lN. Il.R, VP. '55, '56, Activity '56, Ways Sf Ylcun- '56 1lfb.P, '57 lCb,r: Library Club '55, '56, '57, FUNK '56, '57, llfXRlHRfX ANN R,XRNE'I"I', Stull:-nt Lounge '56, llomecoming: '56, '57, Rays .8 Xleans '57: lntramurals '55, Foreign Exchange Club '57, Annual Show 55, '56: Fr, Play Connn. '57: Jr. Prom '56 lsllll-Cll.l. 4--- , t. f !-if pf, M' N iiiilnsni Aff' A, Armstrong .l. Afllllll' E. Baker Nl. Bakff N. Bakr-r E. Baldwin Our First Days as Seniors P. llalgie J. llarbcr P. Barknian X xx 4,1 N I L, 36 nv 9 kk ., N liannerlnan R Barbf r llarnf tt K 4 533 X , JST, QI' , if V+ 25' , ,- 2 1' '22 T. Battles M. Beasley W. Beasley C. Beede J. Bell .ww 1 .ss C. Baumann R. Beagle M. Bean P- BCH!! THOMAS GRANT BATTLES, H.R. Pres. '57, Student Council Treas. '56, Inter-School Relations '57, School Store '55, '57, J.V. Basketball '55, Library Club '55, '56, '57, Key Club '55, '56, '57 fSec.l3 Sr. Chaplain '57. CAROL ANN BAUMANN, Ways Sz Means '56, '57, Welcoming '57, Home- coming '57, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Pep Club '55, Masque 81 Gavel '56, '57. RALPH EDWARD BEAGLE. MARY MARGARET BEAN, Intramurals '56, '57, FDNA '55, '56, '57, Chess Club '57, Spring Play Comm. '56, Sr. Play Comm. '57. PATRICIA ANN BEAN, Student Lounge '56, Welcoming '57, Election '57, FHA '56, '57, Fashion Show '55, '56 '57, Sr. Party '57. MALCOLM ROY BEASLEY, H.R. Pres. '55, Order '56, Chaplain '57, Stu- dent Council '56, '57, Basketball '55, '56, '57, Library Club '55, '56, '57, Annual Show '55, Masque 81 Gavel '56, '57. WALTER CHILDRESS BEASLEY, Track '55. CHARLES QUINTON BEEDE, Science Club '57. STANFORD ALAN BEHRMANN, Football '55, Library Club '55. FRANCES JOAN BELAIR, Ways 81 Means '57, Chaplain's '57, Welfare '56, '57, Homecoming '56, '57, FTA '57, Sr. Caps 81 Gowns '57, Sr. Commence- ment '57, Jr. Prom '56. MEREDITH ANN BELKOV, Welfare '57, Intramurals '56, '57, FTA '57, Sr. Play '57. GEORGE MANLEY BELL, H.R. Pres. '56, Publicity '56, Ways 8: Means '57, Citizenship '57, Student Lounge '57, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Library Club '55, '56, '57, FDNA '55, '56 QV.P.J, '57 QPres.J, Annual Show '56, Adv. Chorus '56, Sr. Chaplains '57. JUDITH ESTHER 'BELL, Order '56, Welfare '55, Homecoming '57, Library Club '55, '56, '57, Bank '56, '57. RUTH MARIE BEMIES, Athletic Comm. '56, Broadcasters Club '56, Spring Play '56, Annual Show '56, Sr. Play Comm. '57, Disc Jockey '56, P.A. An- nouncer 56, Adv. Chorus '56, MARIA GRAZIA BENINCA, Gowns '57. MARIAN ELLIN BENNETT, Chaplain's '56, '57, Publicity '56, '57 fSub-Ch.J 3 Intramurals Monogram Soc. '56, '57, Masq Thespians '57, Silverlogue '55, Show '56, P.A. Announcer '57 Party '57, Jr. Party '56. Sr. Party '57, Jr. Prom '56. Welcoming '56, Publicity '56, Sr. Caps 81 Election '56, Dance '55, '56, '57 fSub-Ch.l, '56, Inter-School Relations '57, Homecoming '55, '56, '57, FDNA '55, '56, '57, Pep Club '55, ue 81 Gavel '57, Blair O'Debs '56, '57, Nat'1 '56, '57, Annual Show '55, '56, '57, Christmas , Disc Jockey '57, Sr. Play Comm. '57, Sr. HORTON BENSON, Football '55, Track '55, '56, '57, Science Club , 5 . S. Behrmann F. Belair R. Bemies M. Beninca i 1' I 9 "" J' ' n 6- W f 'Q f , x 5 0 1 1 M M. Belkov G- Bell M. Bennett S' Benson A, 5 if ,za - :ff -Q afifsfc sae? . . I s' P" K' - J. Benton M. Bergfalk W. Berkeley M. Bernstein JOHN GARFIELD BENTON, Soccer '55, '56, '57, Sr. Play Comm. '57. NIYRNA LEE BERGFALK, H.R. Treas. '56, H.R. Sec. '57, Welfare '56, Homecoming '56, '57, Athletic Comm. '57, Intramurals '55, '56, Library Club '55, '56, '57. WILLIAM SX LX l-ISTER liERKl,il.liN. lI.R. l'n--. '53 MARIAN BERNSTEIN, FDNA '56, Jr. Prom '56, Sr. Play Comm. '57, Adv. Chorus '57. BARBARA JOAN BIGGER, Debating Club '55 fPres.l, '56, Praeco Argenteus '56, Le Journal D'Argent '56 lEditorP, '57, Silver Quill '55, '56, '57, Quill 81 Scroll '56, '57, Monogram Soc. '56, '57, Masque 81 Gavel '56, '57 fPres.l. MICHAEL CONRAD BIRD, H.R. Pres. '57, Student Lounge '56, Ways 81 Means '56, Assembly '57, Safety '57, Citizenship '57, Homecoming '57, Li- brary Club '57, Silver Chips '56, '57. WILMA ROBERTA BLADEN, Welfare '55, Ways 81 Means '55, '56, School Store '56, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Biology Club '55. ARNOLD BLANK, Library Club '57, Sr. Play Comm. '57, Sr. Play '57, Stu- dent Court '55, '56, Chief Justice '57. GEORGE CLINTON BLASE, Intramurals '55, '56, Annual Show '56, Disc Jockey '55, '56. RONALD MARTIN BLEICHER. NORMAN JOSEPH BLUMBERG, Science Club '57, Sr. Play Comm. '57, Sr. Ring '57. MARGUERITE QUIMBY BOOTE, Chaplain's '57, Publicity '56, Inter-School Relations '55, Spanish Club '55, Sr. Party '57, Homecoming '57, Jr. Prom '56. HAMILTON HAIGHT BOYKIN, H.R. V.P. '57, Assembly '57, Safety '57, Election '57, Homecoming '57, Tennis '55, '56, '57, French Club '56, Sr. Relations '57. JAMES KENNETH BRADLEY, Intramurals '56, Photography Club '57, Band '55, '56, '57. JOHN WILLIAM BRADY, JR. ROMA LEE BRADENBURG, Ways 81 Means '56, Welcoming '57, Homecom- ing '57, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Pep Club '55, Masque 81 Gavel '57. RUTH SUSAN BRANDON, Publicity '57, Election '57, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Pep Club '55, FTA '56, '57, Spanish Club '57, Annual Show '56, Jr. Party '56. JIMMY DEAN BROCENOS, Safety '55, French Club '55. G. Blase R. Bleicher N. Blumberg K. Bradley J. Brady, Jr. R. Brandenburg C- 1 A Q-57 -5- 4 M. Boote R. Brandon .A X B. Bigger M. Bird W. Bladen A. Blank H. Boykin J. Brocenos ,Q ., ao sys.. . . fr Q.. wif... 'S Q f A3 X 'ww L M f . ,Q .,,. ,. "fix QR y ' ' .- 5226 5? K i J. Brown A. Burns P. Butler J. Cain B. Cantwell Brown, II Burroughs Buzik Campbell Carbo October Introduced Our Senior Party . -' 1 . N a if '.',.'?"'-iffaf' "W H gf. . ,,, hz- - . , , . . , ,V,, , , , .1 , P. Brun N. Budeslieim E. Burcline, III B. Burrows D. Busby R. Bush .IUDITH ANN BROWN, H.R. Sec. '56, Homecoming '56, '57, Publicity '56, Intramurals '55, Sr. Commencement '57, Jr. Party '56. PAUL EDWIN BROWN, II, H.R. Treas. '55, Intramurals '55, '56, Annual Show '56, Adv. Chorus '56, Work Experience '57. PATRICIA ANN BRUN, Work Experience '57. NORMA ANN BUDESHEIM, Welfare '56, ChapIain's '56, Annual Show '56, Adv. Chorus '56, '57. EUGENE BURDINE, III. ANNE WINDSOR BURNS, Welfare '57, Pep Club '55. BARBARA JEAN BURROUGHS, Bank '56, '57 CTreas.l. ROBERT LEON BURROWS, Bank '57. DORA MAY BUSBY. Welfare '56, Blair Rollers '56, '57, Biology Club '56, '57, Chemistry Club '56, '57, Science Club '56, '57, Photography Club '57, Bank '56, '57. ROBERT WAYNE BUSH. PATRICIA MARY BUTLER, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Silver Chips '56, '57. HELEN MARIE BUZIK, Blair Rollers '55, '56, Work Experience '56, '57. JOHN CHARLES CAIN. Rifle Team '55, '56, '57 fCapt.l. RICHARD RIGGS CAMPBELL. ELIZABETH JOAN CANTWELL, H.R. Pres. '57, Ways 8: Means '57, Home- :oming '57, Sr. Ring '57g Bank '57, RENE CARBO, .I.V. Soccer '55, Varsity '56. G I. Carroll W. Carroll C. Castle L. Caulder The Senior Party Comm., composed of B. Tait N. Reamy, J. Smith, K. Kuper, C. Lockwood, M. Shira, M. Bennett, J. Orchin, B. Reisner, and B. King, did an excellent job with all phases of the "Once Upon a Time" party. C. Christakos S. Cis 81' A W , ,away A I x L' . , M. Carson M. Carter B. Casei-ta S. Chapman A. Chappell R, Cheek KATHRYN JOYCE CARROLL, Sr. Play Comm. '57, Debating Club '56, French Club '56, '57, FTA '57, FHA '57, Science Club '57. WAYNE DOUGLAS CARROLL, H.R. Treas. '57, Library Club '55, '56, '57. FRANCES MARILYN CARSON, H.R. Pres. '56, H.R. V.P. '57, Student Lounge '56, '57, Welcoming '55, '57, Election '57, Blair O'Debs '56, '57 fTreas.J, Annual Show '56, Majorettes '55, '56, '57 fCapt.J. MARGARET ANN CARTER. BENITO CARLO CASERTA, Transfer: John Carroll High School, D.C. CHARLES EARL CASTLE, JR., Basketball '56, '57, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Boys' "B" Club '56, '57. ANITA LOUISE CAULDER. SHEILA MILLICENT BEATRICE CHAPMAN, Chaplain's '57, Science Club '56, '57, Broadcasters' Assoc. '57, Spring Play Comm. '56, Annual Show '56. ANNETTE MARY CHAPPELL, Library Club '56, '57, Silver Chips '55, '56, '57, Praeco Argenteus '56 fEditorJ, '57 Scroll '56, '57, lEditorJ, Silver Quill '57, Quill 81 ROBERT EARL CHEEK, Band '55, '56. CHRISTINA CHARLES CHRISTAKOS, Transfer: Roosevelt High School, D.C. SHARON LEIGH CISAR, H.R. Sec. '55, Election '56, '57, Athletic Comm. '56, '57, '57, H.R. Treas. '56, Dance '55, Homecoming '55, '56, Library Club '57, Pep Club '56, Silver Chips '55, Annual Show '56, Sr. Class Treas. '57, Jr. Party '56. STEPHEN ELLIOTT CLEAVELAND. RONALD FREDERICK CLEMENTS, H.R. V.P. '55, Assembly '56, '57, J.V. Basketball '55, '56, ,I.V. Football '55. MERCEDES MADELINE COCHRAN, Publicity '56, '57, Welfare '56. S, Cleaveland R. Clements M. Cochran 6 Sv 1:9 V5 M SZ 5 -fr 'D y 11- , A fi i e -49 E I L ' if 8' ,V g ' , ' G . f ir? ,Q I V A ,fi f Jil: f' ' A P, Coughlan B. Cohen J. Coleman J. Condon M. Conrad .L Conroy 111 H. Cooper .I1'- H. Copelan L. Copelan J. Cosdon PATRICIA ANN COUGHLAN. BERNARD ALLEN COHEN, Transfer: Silver Quill '57. JOHN DUANE COLEMAN. JOSEPH JAMES CONDON. MILDRED RUTH CONRAD. JAMES GIBBONS CONROY, III. HUBERT CLEGC COOPER, JR. HENRY HUDSON COPELAN, H.R. V.P. '56. LOUIS CORRADO COPELAN. .IUDITH HART COSDON, H.R. Treas. '55, Welfare '55, '57, Library Club '56, '57, Broadcasters' Assoc. '57, Annual Show '57, Sr. Play Comm. '57, Sr. Banquet '57. W. Couch C. Crawford N. Crichton WILLIAM PRATHER COUCH, H.R. V.P. '55, Assembly '57, Safety '57, Football '56, '57, Boys' "B" Club '56, '57. Roosevelt H.S., D.C., RUTH ANN COUSER. CHARLES LEWIS CRAWFORD. NANCY JANE CRICHTON, Publicity '55, '56, '57, Home- coming '56, '57, Dance '55, '56, '57, Order '56, Student Lounge '56, '57, Silver Quill '55, '56, '57, Annual Show '56, Quill 8: Scroll '56, '57, Monogram Soc. '57, Sr. Ring '57 1Cbl, Ir. Prom '56. DIANE MARILYN CRIST, Dance '56, Welfare '57, Intra- murals '55, '56, '57, FDNA '55, '56, Pep Club '55, '56, '57, Silrerlogue '56, Sr. Play Comm. '57, Sr. Gift '57, ARTHUR KINSMAN CROCKER, H.R. V.P. '56, '57, Dab- l1lcr's Den '56, '57, Silver Chips '55, '56, '57, Silver Quill '55. '56, '57, Sr. Play '57, Sr. Relations '57. R. Couser A. Crocker Sports I nterests . Y? D. Crist A JPQ. 57 'tus Q W ,-in 6- ' f ' f fr ad, ' 5. as vw , A 's A I l C. Crockett R. Crone D. Dameron E. Daniels, Jr. CHARLES EDWARD CROCKETT, Assembly '55. RANDOLPH FRANCIS CRONE. BEVERLY KAY CROSS, Ways 81 Means '57, Sr. Gift '57, Sr. Cards S1 Announcements '57. MARY MARLIN CURRY, Art Club '57, Silver Quill '57. CHARLES RUSSELL CUSHNIAN, Safety '55, Assembly '55, '56, Football '55, '56. DIANNE LEE DAMERON. EUGENE BORIS DANIELS, Jr., Ways 81 Means '57, Biology Club '55, Chemistry Club '56, '57, Math Club '57, Science Club '56, '57, FDNA '56, '57, Chess Club '57 fSec.5: Sr. Play '57, Scienre Newsletter '57. KEITH HARTLEY DANIELS, H.R. Pres. '57, Football '55, '56, '57, Track '55, '56, '57, NANCY FISHER DARBY, H.R. Treas. '56, Election '55, '56 rCh.b, '57, .Assembly '57, Student Council '57, Library Club '56, '57, Pep Club '55, '56, Blair O'Debs '56, '57, Cheer- leader '57, Soph. Class Treas. '55, Sr. Gift '57, Jr. Party '56. J. Davis P. Davis . ' ix, l C. Cushman R. Daumit B. Cross clllffy K. Daniels N- Darby' RICIIARD HUGH DAUNIIT, Biology Club '55, '56, '57, Frendh Club '56, '57, Chemistry Club '56, '57. JAMES EDWIN DAVIS. MARTHA LOU DAVIS, H.R. Sec. '56, Publicity '56, '57, Student Lounge '56, '57, Ways Sz Means '56, Homecoming Comm. '56, '57, Library Club '55, '56, '57, Pep Club '55, Annual Show '56, Sr. Ring '57, Sr. Publicity '57, Jr. Party '56. PATRICIA ANN DAVIS, H.R. Sec. '55, Order '56, Safety '56, Publicity '55, '56, Homecoming '55, '56, '57, Intra- murals '55, '56, '57, Library Club '57, Pep Club '55, '56, '572 Silverlogue '55, '56, '57, Sr. Banquet '57. THELMA ANN DAWES. PATRICIA SLATER DAWSON. PHILIP LAWRENCE DECAMARA, JR., Spanish Club '56, '57, Biology Club '56. JOHN RAYMOND DENIOREST, III, lm- Skating Club '56, '57, M. Davis J. Demorest, III ' Highlighted by Football C X 5- .... an , T. Dawes Y P. Dawson P. Decamf-ra, Jr. 2: vw :- G J QU M Ae .af- A , -. J. Dennis S. Dillard J. Dimond J. Dieste J. Dilliplane J. Dismore December Brought Our Rings B. Dixon C. Dodgen E. Dowling in 1 3 R. Dixon C. Donnan D. Downs 5' , JOYCE DESCHAINIP DENNIS, Welfare '55, '56, '57, Ways 81 Means '57, Athletic Comm. '57, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Blair Rollers '55, '56 iTreas.l '57 1Y.P.tg Rifle Team '56, '57 lPres.t, Pep Club '55, '56, Library Club '57. .IUDITH CAROL DIESTE, Welfare '56, '57, Activity '56, '57, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Girls' "B" Club '56, '57, FTA '56, '57 iPresJ, Silver Quill '56, Spring Play Comm. '56, Sr. Play '57, Nat'l Thespians '56, '57. SANDRA JEAN DILLARD, H.R. Pres. '55, '56, H.R. Sec. '57, Assembly '56, Activity '56, Order '56, Homecoming '56, '57, Welcoming '56, Annual Show '56, Cheerleader '56, '57. ADA JOYCE DILLIPLANE, H.R. Sec. '56, Publicity '55, '56, '57 QSub-Ch.l, Library Club '55, '56 1Date Due Ch.l, '57 fSponsorJ, Silver Chips '56, '57, Silverlogue '57, Monogram Soc. '57, Nat'l Honor Society '57. IEANNE THERESA DIMOND. JANET CAROLE DISMORE. BETTIE MCGINN DIXON, H.R. Sec. '55, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Pep Club '55, Sr. Banquet '57. 1 RICHARD EDWARD DIXON, Assembly '57, Homecoming '56, Safety '57. CHARLES KENNETH DODGEN, Chess Club '57, Photography Club '57. COURTNEY DONNAN, H.R. Treas. '55, '57, Ways 8: Means '55, '56, Home- coming '56, '57, Welcoming '56, School Store '55, '56, Publicity '55, '56, Order '56, Athletic Comm. '56, Broadcasters' Assoc. '56, Biology Club '55 1Sec.t, Sr. Play Comm. '57, Annual Show '56, P.A. Announcer '56. KENNETH EDWARD DONOVAN, Broadcasters' Assoc. '57, Spring Play '56. JOYCE ANNE DORSETT, Homecoming '56, Intramurals '55, Pep Club '55, Library Club '57, Annual Show '55, Sr. Play Comm. '57. HARRY DALLAS DORSEY, Football '55, '56, '57. ELIZABETH ELLEN DOWLING, Sr. Play Comm. '57, Sr. Awards '57, Science Club '55, '56, '57 lPres.l, Debating Club '55, '56 fV.P.I, Chemistry Club '57, Nat'l Honor Soc. '56, '57, Masque 81 Gavel Soc. '56 '57, Monogram Soc. '56, '57. DANIEL ALLEN DOWNS, Assembly '55, Blair Rollers '55, '56, '57. VIRGINIA NEVILLE DOWNS. CONSTANCE SUE DRYDEN, FDNA '57, Bible Blazers '57. MARISSA LOUISE DUCOFF, H.R. V.P. '56, Publicity '55, '56, '57, Election '55, '56 fCo-Cb.J '57, Homecoming '55, '56, '57, Intramurals, '55, '57, French Club '56, Pep Club '55, Annual Show '56, Majorettes '56, '57, Jr. Prom '56. K. Donovan J. Dorsett D. Dorsey V. Downs C. Dryden M. Ducoff aug ..,.,t.s , 'nd 1' an 4? 3 K . V X ' "tab N fi, , ' is 7 TP", tl ? tw y j , 1 .iz .- f S. Duff G. Dunayer S. Dunayer SANDRA CATTANACH DUFF. GERALD IRWIN DUNAYER, Paint Box '55, '56 iTreas.J, '57 QV.P.l, Scenery '55, '56, '57, Nat'l Tliespians '56, '57. STANTON RONALD DUNAYER, II.R. V.P. '55, ,I.V. Football '55, '56, J.V. Baseball '55, '56, Boys' Planning Comm. '55. MICHAEL MARTIN DUNN, Baseball '56, '57, Intramurals '56, '57. STEPHEN GAMIILE DUNNING, Cross Country '55, '56, '57, Track '55, '56, '57, Annual Show '56, '57, Bank '55, '56, '57. RUSSELL GEORGE DURKOVIC, lI.R. Pres. '57, Homecoming '57, Tennis '55,'56, Cross Country '56, '57, Track '57, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Annual Show '56, '57, Sr. Baccalaureate '57. PATRICIA ANN DUVALL, H.R. Pres. '55, Dance '55, Pep Club '55, Spring Play Comm. '56, Work Experience '57. BRUCE BACCIIUS EARNSHAW, I-I.R. Treas. '55, '56, '57, Order '55, '56, Athletic Comm. '57, Boys' Planning Comm. '57, Intramurals '55, '56, '57. ELSA ANN EASTWOOD. Ways S Means '56, '57 tSec.-Treaslg Secretarial Comm. '57, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Ice Skating Club '55, French Club '56, '57, Annual Show '56, Adv. Chorus '56, Sr. Party '57, Jr. Prom '56. .IANET ELIZABETI-I ECKLOFF, H.R. V.P. '57, Welfare '56, Welcoming '57, Homecoming '56, '57, Student Lounge '56, '57, Order '55, Intramurals '55, Blair O'Dz-bs '56, '57 lSec.l, Annual Show '56, Majorettes '55, '56, '57, Sr. Relations '57, Sr. Gift '57, Sr. Prom '57, Jr. Party '56, ,Ir. Prom '56. JAMES FOWLER EDWARDS. CHARLES CLAYTON EIKER. PRESTON MICHAEL ELLIS, Transfer: '57, Intramurals '57, Track '57, Boys' "B" Club '57. John Carroll H.S., D.C., ,I.V. Football HARRIET LINDA EPSTEIN, Spring Play Comm. '55, Art Club '55, '56, Broadcasters' Assoc. '56. tnot picturedl CAROL ANN EVERETT. Dance '56, Student Lounge '56, Library Club '55, '56, '57, Ice Skating Club '55, FTA '57, Silver Quill '57. SUZANNE CORINNE EWEN, Election '57, Dance '55, Publicity '55, Sr. Play Comm. '57. B. Earnshaw P. Ellis P. Duvall C. Eiker R. Durkovic J. Edwards ..'?'. N-ff 7 .. -5 U . , 2 N. Crichton, M. Ducoff, M. Davis, M. Fitzpatrick and P. Balgie, as members of the Senior Ring Committee, took care of orders for not only the senior, but also the junior rings. M. Dunn E. Eastwood C. Everett S. Dunning J. Eckloff S. Ewen if Qs- H N. Falcon L. Feldman J. Fike R. Fincham M. Fox Q A - i C- ' 2 W -.. Q I . N. ' C f N t D A it N. Farmer I. Faunce, Jr. K. Fay NEYA KATHERINE FALCON. Transfer: Arundel HS., Arundel, Md., Intra- murals '57, Sr. Play Comm. '57, PATRICIA FALLON, H.R. Sec. '55, '56, '57, Student Court Associate Justice '55, Student Lounge '56. '57, Chaplains '56, Order '56, Safety '57, Home- roming '57, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Library Club '55. '56 fSec.l. '57 fPres.J, Blair O'Debs '56, '57 fChaplainJ, Nat'l Thespians '57 fV.P.l, Spring Play '55 1Props Ch.J, Sr. Play '56 iProps Ch.l, Fashion Show '55, '56, Activity Council '57, Sr. Party '57. NORMAN RICHARD FARMER. STEPHEN EDWARD FAULCONER. fnot picturedl IRYIN EUGENE FAUNCE, JR., lI.R. Y.P. '55, H.R. Pres. '56, Assembly '55. '56. '57, Safety '57, Citizenship '57, Football '55, '56, '57 lTri-Capt.l9 J.V. llasketball '55. Varsity '56, '57, Boys' "B" Club '55, '56, '57. KIRKE C. FAY. Paint Box '56, '57. LOIS SYLYIA FELDMAN, Transfer: Coolidge HS., D.C., Library Club '57I FTA '57. BARBARA JOYCE FIKE. ROY RAYMOND FINCHANI. SANDRA RUTH FITZGERALD, Activity '57, Election '57, Homecoming '56, FDNA '56, Sr. Party '57. MARCERY DITTAIANN FITZPATRICK. Chaplain's '57, Ways 81 Means, '57, Homeroming '56, '57, Intramurals '55, '56, FDNA '55, '56, '57, French Club '57, Annual Show '57, Sr. Ring '57, Jr. Prom '56. LAWRENCE LEE FLAX. Intramurals '56, '57. JANE IVIYRA FORER. Homecoming '57, Intramurals '55, Pep Club '56, '57, French Club '56, FDNA '57, Spanish Club '57, Science A'eu's1etter '56, '57, Le Journal II'ArgenI '57, .Silver Chips '57, Annual Show '56, Sr. Play '57, Jr. Prom '56, Jr. Party '56. MELINDA ANN FOX, H.R. Sec. '56, Ways S Means '56, '57, Welcoming '56, Homecoming '56, '57, Intramurals '55, FDNA '55, '56, '57, French Club '57, Silrwrlogue '56, '57, Jr. Party '56, Sr. Play Comm. '57, LANE CLAIRE FRANCE, Dance '56, '57, Publicity '56, Chaplains '56 '57, Election '57, Welfare '57, Homecoming '57, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Girls' "B' Club '57, FDNA '57, Pep Club '55, Silverlogue '55, '56, '57, Sr. Awards '57, Jr. Prom '56. ANNETTE LOUISE FRANCIS, Blair Rollers '55, '56. Knot picturedl. BEVERLY JUNE FRANK, Dance '57, Ways Sz Means '57, Art Club '57, Pep Club '57, Rifle Club '57, Adv. Chorus '56. ROSEMARY RUTH FRANZONE. RUTH VIRGINIA FREAS, Monogram '56, Welfare '56, '57, Intramurals '55, FDNA '56, Blair O'Debs '57, Science Newsletter '55, '56, Adv. Chorus '56, '57 v M. Fitzpatrick L. Flax J. Forer B. Frank R. Franzone R. 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' f " , ' ' , 56. 0 .53 '- My 1 , 1 , g . , , 0 , II1II'LIIIllll'3IS :1:1. '36, I-if: Pep Club '.1a3 French Club '.163 FTA '.16g Bla1r O'D- s '573 ' g 'T , 'T 3 .' ' g ' I . '73 c "63 Fr. Cift '573 1 . ' I .'f 3 , g' C 1. '.'7. 1-A I . ' I ' .1 I., ,r"9.,-T63 . ' --'.' , '5 3 ' ' 117, I I I' 1 C . -6, g .16. .1 , xlf 1 '55, '56. '57 lNIag. IlI1.I 3 Pep C111 '55, '563 1 I ' 3 . Pl C0 . '. 3 Q . li '57 ICILI3 Ad '. Ch , 'Y 3 CI 1-rl au:-1 07. . . ' "1 1' . 11 ' 1 , ' '55, '51, '5 . II, Ig , 11 RMI. .' 1 . .7 .. , 's' 1' '5 3 a " 'f , 'T 3 . 1 ' "73 R' 1 II11 -1 ' g 57 .' I-CI.l3 I ' 'IQ '553 I.iI 4' CILI '55, '56, '573 W' 1 - SW '11 Club '57g I't'II Club '55, '563 S17 " 1 il? ' '5 , '5'g . g S '. '56. '57 fvc. 3 1' '. ,f '. "1, 'f 3 1' , I 1 '573 .'o1I. 'uII'.' 4 '55. 4 ""l PAC 1 If 1'1 11 I. , .'. S' . 'ffg C is , I T53 C If '56, '57. ' .'l5.J., ' ".','57. 1 , '. . v P. . . .. ' Il. 3. ' '. 'I ' Q17 . , , x ' ' 1' qi I 5- .- n. 5" " .. M , I 1 . 1 3 . Q, . 1 0 ' ' I :of -A I 'J Q, "I 1 ' t ' I' 'W' I' I I Ll' , 'I ' "7 ix 'I .IN I I X I A K. Gill P. Gillespie K. Godman P. Goldstein F. Goodman S. Gorski KENNETH RICHARD GILL, H.R. Pres. '55, '56, H.R. Treas. '57, Student Council '55, Safety '57, Varsity Football '56, '57, ,l.V. Basketball '56. PATRICIA ANN GILLESPIE, Welcoming '57, Publicity '57, Homecoming '57, Paint Box Club '55, '57, FDNA '55, Sr. Publicity '57. LAURA KATHRYN GODMAN, Election '55, '56, '57 fCh.J, Order '55, '56, Athletic Comm. '56, Publicity '55, Homecoming '55, '56, '57, Library Club '55, '56, '57, FHA '56, '57, Blair O'Debs '57, Monogram Soc. '56, '57. EDWARD LAWRENCE GOLDBERG, J.V. Football '55, Intramurals '55, '56, Library Club '56, '57, Sr. Play Comm. '57. RODNEY FRANK GOLDEN. PHILIP ROBERT GOLDSTEIN, Chemistry Club '57, Science Club '56, '57. FREDERICK EDWARD GOODMAN, French Club '55, '56, Silver Chips '55, '56, '57, Sr. Commencement '56, '57, Sr. Trip '56, '57, Visual Aids '55, '56, '57. STANLEY MORRIS GORSKI. Rifle Club '55, Visual Aids '55. ERLEND HAAKON GRAF, Chemistry Club '56 iSec.l, '57 CPres.J, Science Club '56, '57, Amateur Radio Club '56, '57, Chess Club '57, Math Club '57, Nat'l Honor Soc. '56, '57 lTreas.J, Monogram Soc. '56, '57. DONALD MASON GRAHAM, H.R. Pres. '57, Election '57 KCo-Ch.lg As- sembly '56, Student Lounge '56, '57, Citizenship '57, Student Court Associate Justice '57, Jr. Newman Club '56, '57 iPres.J, Spring Play '56, Annual Show '56, Sr. Play Comm. '57, Nat'l Thespians '57, Sr. Commencement '57. YVILLIAM WAVERLY GRAHAM, Sr. Trip '57, Sr. Cards 81 Announcements. ROY ARTHUR GRAVES, Baseball '56, '57. BETTY JEANNE GRAY, Transfer: Whitnell H.S., Danville, Va. lnot pic- turedl. GAIL GREEN, H.R. Sec. '55, Ways 81 Means '55, '56, '57, Athletic Comm. '56, Secretarial Comm. '57, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Library Club '55, '56,'57. MELVIN PAUL GREENBLAT. Bowling League '56, Spanish Club '57, Praceo Argenteus '55, Sr. Trip '57. ln rf! ivahf- -V Q ' 59' if FEM , I 3 A ' sv 3 'A A 'S ' , 'Pr' . 7 asis I P r as at I ffv Q .V V B I i a t ,. x ' 'Jw ' 'Yr ' LM -. "' ' A fi, E. Goldberg . Golden E. Graf . Graham W. Graham . Graves G. Green . Greenblat D. Adams introduced Mr. Eddie Le Baron outstanding football player for the Washington Redskins, to the student body at a sportsmanship assembly in the fall. He emphasized the need for good team work in all sports. ,A f E. Gross Sportsmanship from a Professional ELIZABETH BRIGGS GROSS, Sr. Banquet '57. BEVERLY CLAIRE GRUBB. JANE ELIZABETH GURNEE, Publicity '56, Ways Sr Means '56, '57, Student Lounge '56, '57, Dance '56, Activity '56, Secretarial Comm. '57, Homecoming '57, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Library Club '55, '56, '57, Pep Club '55, '56, FDNA '56, French Club '56, '57, Silver Chips '57, Spring Play '56. JANET MARY GWYN, Biology Club '55, Science Club '55, French Club '56, '57, Silver Quill '55, '56, '57, Praeco Argen- Ieus '56, Le Journal D'Argent '56, '57, Sr. Play Comm. '57, Quill 8. Scroll '56. '57, Nlonogram Soc, '56. '57. CLIEI-'ORD LELAND HABBLITZ. WILLIAM RAYMOND HACKELTON. JULIA RAYE IIACKNEY, ll.R. Sec. '56, Welfare '55, '56, Election '57, Welcoming '57, Publicity '56, Homecoming '57, Intramurals '55, Library Club '55, '56, '57, Spanish Club '57, Annual Show '56, Sr. Banquet '57, Adv. Chorus '56. ROBERT ROIJNEY HALE, Football '55, '56. ROBERT LEYERN HALIFAX. NEAL MASON HALL, Silverlogue '57, Silver Chips '56, Drill Team '56. R. Hale R. Halifax B. Harlowe L. Harmon 6 5132+ , ,,, B. Grubb C. llabblitz J. Gwyn J. Hackney I. Gurnee W. Hackelton JEAN MARIE HANBACK, Art Club '56. CAROLINE CIIRISTINA HANSEN, Publicity '56, '57, Inter- School Relations '55, '56, Welfare '57, Homecoming '57, In- tramurals '55, '56, '57, Library Club '55, '56, '57, lTextbook Ch.l, FDNA '56, '57, Pep Club '55, Annual Show '56. BARBARA SUE HIXRLOWE, Dance '56, Sr. Banquet '57, Intramurals '55, '56, '57. LINDA LOUISE HARSION, H.R. Sec. '55, H.R. V.P. '56, Publicity '56, Welcoming '56, Order '56, Student Lounge '56 4Ch.l. '57 tCl1.J, Homecoming '57, Intramurals '55, Li- brary Club '55, '56, '57, Broadcasters' Assoc. '56, Rifle Club '55, FHA '57, Blair O'Debs '56, '57 lPres.J, Annual Show '56, Nat'l Honor Soc. '56, '57, Monogram Soc. '56, '57, Mas- que 8 Gavel '56, '57, Cheerleader '57. ROBERT PAUL IIARTMAN, Baseball '55 ClNIgr.l 3 Broadcast- ers' Assoc. '56, '57. CAROL ANN IIASKELL, Welfare '56, Election '57, Home- coming '57, Intramurals '55, '56, Silverlague '55, '56, '57, Sr. Play Confm. '57, Sr. Commencement '57, Quill 81 Scroll '56.'57. MICHAEL GEORGE IIAUSER, H.R. Pres. '57, Tennis '56, Science Club '56, '57, Biology Club '55, Science Newsletter '56, '57, Sr. Baccalaureate '57 4'Cb.J , Nat'l Honor Soc. '56, '57, J. Hanback C. Hansen C. Haskell NI. Hauser N. Hall R. Hartman Ei... 'WW-' -.X 1 ga 6 Q. Heede W. lieffelfinga- " ' tv. u Preparation or Exams.. .4 4" af , i f C. Hebb M. Heft CAROLE FRANCINE HERB. SANDRA HARRIETT HEEDE, Vtlork Experience '56, '57. WILLIAM JOSEPH HEFFELFINGER. LUCIAN SPENCER HEFLIN, Athletic Comm. '57, Rifle Club '55, '56, French Club '56, '57, Science Club '57. MARIANNE HEFT, Welfare '57, Publicity '55, Intramurals '55, '56, '57g Pep Club '56, Silver Quill '55, '56, Quill 8 Scroll '56, '57g Sr. Commencement '57. CHARLES EDWARD HEIDENREICH, H.R. Pres. 55, '56, H.R. V.P. '57, Student Lounge '56, '57, Homecoming '57, Inter-School Relations '57, Order '55, '56, Athletic Comm. '55, '56, Citizenship '57g Election '55, '56, Publicity '55, '56: Library Club '55. '56, '57g Debating Club '56, Intra- murals 55. '56g ,I.Y. Football '55, Student Council '57, Jr. Party '56 tCh.lg Jr. Prom '56. .IO ANN IIENCII, H.R. Sec. '55, '56, '57, Publicity '56, Homecoming '56, '57g Dance '55, '56, Ways 8: Means '55, Student Lounge '56, '57, Library Club '55, '56, '57, Pep Club '55, Annual Show '56, Intramurals '55, Fashion Show '56 tDirectorlg Sr. Party '57, Sr. Play Comm. '57. J. Hench J. Hentgen A. Herbert A. Herson T. Herz W. Hess a -i 4 x 1 6 .lf -- . ', 'L " . P ev Eff ' . f fe 'W Es. ,.,,. in I v L. Heflin C. Heidenreich JACQUELINE ANNE HENTGEN, Work Experiences '56, '57. ASHTON MARSHALL HERBERT. CHARLOTTE BARBARA HERMAN, Ways 81 Means '56, '57. ARTHUR FRANCIS HERMANN, Safety '56, Golf '56. ANNE SYBIL HERSON, Library Club '56, '57, French Club '56, '57, Sr. Banquet '57. THOMAS HOWARD HERZ, Safety '57g Assembly '57g Citi- zenship '57g ,I.V. Football '55, Intramurals '55, '56. WILLIAM CARL HESS. STANLEY MARCUS HEYMAN, Band '55, '56, '57. .IEANINE GAY HICKS, H.R. Pres. '55g H.R. V.P. '56g Pub- licity '56, '57g Homecoming '56, '57, Vlfelcoming '56, Ways 81 Means '55g Dance '56, Student Lounge '56, '57, Intramurals 553 Library Club '55, 56, '57g Pep Club '55, Annual Show '56g Majorettes '56, '57, Monogram Soc. '57, Sr. Party '57 Sr. Play Comm. '57. C. Herman A. Hermann S. Heyman .l. Hicks I3 , st f. 4 . f . f .. ,, s I fi ' 7 1 J-V ' C. lliltl 1 45 -- 7. 1721. I . rg. ET. f ,, "' is . "' , yr.. 'A . 9. Higgs R. Hoag SANDRA WEBB HIGGS, Ways 81 Means '57, Blair Rollers '55. CRAIG RADFORD HILD. ROBERT PORTER HILTNER, JR. DONELYN MARY HIRSCH. RICHARD HENRY HOAC, H.R. Treas. '57, ,I.V. Football '55, Spanish Club '56, '57, Library Club '56, '57, Sr. Cards 81 Announcements '57, Sr. Play Comm. '57, Jr. Prom '56. LINDA MARIE IIOCHE, Welcoming '57, Publicity '56, Homecoming '56, '57, ChapIain's '56, '57, Dance '55, '56, '57, Pep Club '55, Quill 81 Scroll '56, '57, FDNA '55, '56, '57, Alonngrum Soc. '56, '57, SllU8rl0gu6 '55, '56, '57, Intra- murals '55, '56, 57, Annual Show '56, Sr. Prom '57, Jr. Party '56, STEPHEN ANDRE HOFFMANN, Order '56, Citizenship '57, Homecoming '56, '57, Safety '57, Activity Council '57, Sr. Trip '57, Sr. Play Comm. '57, ,Ir. Party '56, Rifle Club '55, Broatlcast Assoc. '57 lY.P.J, Library Club '57, Drill Team '55, '56, Band '55, '56, '57, lDrum Majorlg P.A. Announcer '57, Disc ,lockey '57. S. Hoffmann W. Hunt! C. Hong J. Hurley E? .IVV 1 ,M 1 f, . - cj . , . 3 Q . 4 N , 24 .5 R. Hiltncr, Jr. D. Hirsch L. Hoche a Never-Ending Chore GLORIA CHEN HONG, Publicity '56, '57, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Library Club '55, '56, '57, Pep Club '55, '56, '57, Photography Club '55 tSec.J, '57, Homecoming '57. ALLEN MCGARITY HUDSON, Photography Club '57. GILBERT LEE HUNT, Visual Aids '55, RONALD HILL HUNT. WILLIAM WINDSOR HUNTT, Cross Country '55. JAMES EDWARD HURLEY. ANN RIVES HUTCHINSON, Publicity '55, '56, Dance '56, Homecoming '56, '57, Chaplain's '57, Inter-School Relations '57 ISN-.tg Library Club '55, I"llNA '57, Silver Chips '55, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Sr. Party '57. DELLA RAE HYLAND, Store '55, Publicity '57, Athletic Comm. '56, '57, Stuclr-nt Lounge '56, Welfare '57, Dance '55, Intramurals '55, '57, Library Club '56, '57, Silver Quill '55, Silver Chips '56, '57, Science Newsletter '55, Annual Show '56, Xlaiorm-ttcs '56, '57, Homecoming '56, '57, Sr. Prom '57, Sr. Gifts '57, Jr. Party '56, Soph. Party '55. ROBERT ALLEN IRICK, Work Experience '57. A. llutlsun A. Hutchinson D. Hyland R. lrick C. Ilunt R. Hunt ,fu . 1, I . 7 5 , 'ah 3 Q ' G . Flf' H . M V, . 3 1 ,gg ' ,... ' "?ra"0 'Z ll. 'ff' f.. QD it '- - .919 Q 3 ff ,x 1--1:-wi f ff,,.-.ff ,. ,- ' ' H15 'Q sl ,, ' -W W '31 as. , 'fl A. Irving J. Jarboe S. Jones S. Isaacs E. .Jarrelle M. Kalmus The Senior Publicity Committee, composed of J. Smith, L. Liberman, P. Smith, R. Barndon, N. Reamy, and K. Kuper, advertised the activities of the upperclassmen through clever and eye-catching posters. 3915 L-qlzl Q 2 m 71" Q 3 ' :J 7 if pw , v-ts-. 3-2 ' nw 0 f S 5' A ,nav 3 1 F' fi I 4 DF' v-au ' 3-2 ' I :1 0 R ' ll: U' Q m fi'-:,y.... 1 ' :I 0 I, ' 2' U is 7 .jgrfff ANNE IRYINC. Welfare '55. '56 1Treas.l. '57 4Chtg Monogram '55, '56g Activity '56, Girls' "B" Club '56, '57 lPres.lg Monogram Soc. '56, '57g Intramurals '55, '56, '57g Sr. Chaplain's Comm. '57. STANLEY SALANT ISAACS, l'l.R. Treas. '56, Welfare '55, '56, '57g Chess Club '56, '57g Library Club '55, '56, '57g Science Club '56, '57g Math Club '57 lPres.t3 Biology Club '56. '57 tPres.l: Chemistry Club '56, '57 tV.P.l, Debating Club '57, Science Newsletter '57, Sr. Play '57. BARBARA ANNE JACKSON, H.R. Sec. '55g Ways 81 Means '56, '57, Ath- letic Comm. '573 Homecoming '56, Student Lounge '57g Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Library Club '55, '56, '57, Spring Play Comm. '56g Annual Show '56g Sr. Play Comm. '57 fMake-up Ch.lg Sr. Publicity '57, Jr. Party '56, Monogram Soc. '57, STEPHEN JOHN JACOBS, H.R. V.P. '55, School Store '55, '56, Publicity '55, J.V. Football '55 LUDWIG HERMAN JACOBSON. JAMES EDWARD JARBOE. EUGENE .ALEXANDER JARRELLE, H.R. V.P. '55, Assembly '57, Elec- tion '57g Citizenship '57, Soccer '55, '57g Intramurals '55, '56, '57g Sr. Party '57g Jr. Party '56. MALCOLM WAYNE JENSEN, Jr., J.V. Football '55g Tennis '55, '56, Chem- istry Club '55, '56g Biology Club '55, '56. GERALD JULIAN JEWELL. Knot pirtim-411 DANA BERRY JOHANNES. Jr., H.R. Pres. '55, '56, '57g Assembly '56, '57, Student Lounge '56, '57 tSub Chl, Publicity '56g Citizenship '57g Homecoming '57g Cross Country '55, '56g Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Photog- raphy Club '56g Library Club '55, Sr. Trip '57, Jr. Party '56 tSub Ch.l1 Jr. Prom '56g Monogram Soc. '57, CONRAD DALLEN JOHNSON. Amateur Radio Club '57. STANLEY RICHARD JONES, Assembly '55, '57 tCo-Ch.Jg Order '55g Cit- izenship '57g Safety '56, '57g Homecoming '57: J.V. Basketball '55, '56, Sr. Trip '57, .... .. ...... .... .... . . .. MARY JANE KALMUS HR. Sec. '57, Welfare '56, Homecoming '57' Library Club '57, Sr. Play Comm. "7. HERBERT PAUL KAMINSKY ROBERT PETRUS WILHELNI KANTERS Soccer 55 56 Science Club VIRGINIA JOYKE KFARNES PRFSTON Wtlfare 57 Ways 87 'Nleans Dance 56 FDNA 55 56 57 Library Club 57 Biology Club 55 56 lSecl 57 lSecl Natl Honor Soc 56 57 French Club 56 Szlverlogue 55 57 Sr Plav 57 4Prop Chl Sr Cards 81 Announcements 57 Orches tra 55 Adv Chorus 57 H Kaminsky R Kanters V Kearnes Preston n mm Wi Q' '37 2 . .h I 7 J V , I. 'fi -G' ' f ' 1 Q sf 5' ' i' 1 " , - : ' V' 94443, , . i 'N 1 .x . - L X I :L .N K. Kelly R. Kim E. Kimble, III G. Kissner A. Kline B. Kline KENNETH LEX KELLY. RONALD CHOONKWANG KIM, H.R. V.P. '56, French Club '55, '56 QV.P.J9 Chemistry Club '56, '57, Math Club '57 UIPJ, Science Club '56, '57, Chess Club '56, '57 tPres.J, Biology Club '57, Le Journal D'Argent '55, '56, '57, Science Newsletter '57, Monogram Soc. '56, '57, Quill 81 Scroll '56, 57, Nat'l Honor Soc. '56, '57. EDWARD TAYLOR KIMBLE, III, J.V. Football '56, Soccer '56, Key Club '56, '57, Sr. Party '57. WILLIAM LESLIE KING, H.R. V.P. '57, Sr. Relations '57, Sr. Party '57. .IUDITH ESTELLE KIRSCH, Ways 8: Means '55, '56, Math Club '57, De- bating Club '57, French Club '57, Library Club '55, '56, '57, FTA '55, '56, '57, Science Club '56, '57, Science Newsletter '56, '57 fliditorl: Nat'l Latin Honor Soc. '55, '56, '57, Quill 81 Scroll '56, '57, Nat'l Honor Soc. '56, '57, Monogram Soc. '56, '57, Sr. Awards '57. GEORGE GORDON KISSNER, Assembly '56, '57, Varsity Football '56, '57, Basketball '56, '57, Baseball '56, ANN LOUISE KLINE, H.R. Pres. '55, H.R. Sec. '56, Election '57, Home- coming '57, Banking '57 fSec.l, Sr. Banquet '57. BETSY JOAN KLINE, Transfer: Bangor H.S., Bangor, Maine, Student Lounge '57, FHA '57. ERNEST JON KNOUSE. ROBERT HENRY KOEHL, Welfare '57, Safety '57, Homecoming '57, FDNA '55, '56, '57, French Club '56, '57, Key Club '57, Science Club '57, Sr. Play '57. JOBYANNA KOPELAND, Homecoming '56, '57 fSub-Ch.J, Dance '55, '56, Library Club '55, '56, '57, Pep Club '56 fV.P.J, '57 fPres.D, Broadcasters' Assoc. '55, Sifver Chips '56, '57, Nat'l Thespian '57 lSec.t, Annual Show '56. MARTHA ELIZABETH KORNEGAY, Order '55, '56, Safety '56, '57, Elec- tion '56g W'ays Sz Means '56, '57, Inter-School Relations '55, Student Lounge '56, Publicity '55, '56, '57 tSub-Ch.l, Homecoming '56, '57, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Girls' "B" Club '57, Library Club '55, '56, '57, Pep Club '55, '56 lSub-Cb.J, Silverlogue '55, '56, '57, Science Newletter '55, Spring Play Comm. '56, Sr. Play Comm. '57, Quill 81 Scroll '56, '57, Monogram Soc. '56, '57. FRANCES LUCILLE KRAUSE, Welfare '55, '56, Homecoming '55, '56, '57, Ways 8 Means '55, '56: Order '55, Dance '56, Activity '55, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, FHA '57, Sr. Party '57, Jr. Party '56. KAREN MAURINE KUPER, Ways 81 Means '56, '57, Intramurals '55, Paint Box Club '55, '56, '57 1Treas.t, FHA '56, '57, Pep Club '55, Stage Crew '57. EVERETT LEE LADY, Silver Quill '56, '57. LYNNE LAMBERT, Ways 81 Means '57, Rifle Club '56, Jr. Newman Club 56, '57, FHA '57, Sr. Play Comm. '57, Sr. Cards 8a .Announcements '57. JAY MALCOLM LAND, spanish Club '57, Silver Chips '56, '57. FRANCES RAE LANDWEHR Publicit se- French Club '57, r'rA '57, . . , , y , Sr. Play Comm. '57. A W. King J. Kirsch E. Knouse R. Koehl J. Kopeland M. Kornegay Committees Kept Us Occupied F. Krause K- KUPEI' L, Lady L. Lambert J, Land F. Landwehr 8 N 4. fun fund' Gln' -.-1 Sf cg U 41! Langenbach I ellen I erner Lester I evy L Lxberman 8 T y ,ad Lelcllt I 1 Roy Levln I CWIS Lune s C ar e R Lee j L.-mp Leon eonard MARY LOUISF LANGENBACH Safety 56 Actlvlty 57 Order 55 56 Publicity 55 56 Intramurals 55 Pep Club 55 56 ,Ir Newman Club 56 57 Sllverlogue 56 57 Sr Play Comm 57 Sr Banquet 57 EMILX ROSE LAST Publlcnty 55 56 57 Chaplalns 56 57 Homecommg 55 56 Dance 56 57 FHA 56 57 Sr Party 57 CAROL ANN LFAR HR VP 5 Order 55 56 Welfare 55 Intra mural 55 56 Work Experlence 56 57 DELLOLIFV DONNA LEE Sr Party 57 Sr Rlng 57 ROSE MARIF LEE HR Trea 55 Order 55 Welfare 55 VICTOR RAY LEHFNY Art Club 55 16 57 Szluer Chlps 56 57 Scenery 56 SARA LOUISE LFICHT HR Sec 5 IIR Pre 57 Homecomlng 57 Wass 8 Mean 55 56 57 Actnlty 57 Intramurals 55 56 57 Llbrary ll 6 57 Pep Club 55 56 ,Ir Pary 56 Sr Award 5 IAWIES FRFDRICK LEAIP Flectxon 57 Home-commg 57 Bowling League 57 'Ienms 77 16 Intramuralc 55 56 Suence Club 57 Sr Commencement ROBFRT WALLACE LEON HR Pre: 55 MARY PATRICIA LEONARD Welcoming 56 Homecoming 56 57 S Play Comm 57 Work Experlence 57 ALDEN HERBERT LERWER RICHARD WAYNF LFROY A emblw 57 Sr Party 57 II DITH ANNE LESTFR Welfare 56 57 ISCCI Intramurals 55 56 'K 51 t' Pp Cum 55 55 Spanx I1 Club 51 Szlzerloguv NIIRI ANI IFYINI Wave St Means 55 56 51 PllbIlClIy 56 57 Activity 55 Welfwre 7 Intramural 55 56 French Club 6 FTA 56 57 fournalll, Argent 56 57 Sr Play Comm 57 ,Ir Party 56 Sr Prom 57 ROQLYNI LEVY .IO1IN ORR IFWIS LANA SII XRON LIIIERNIAN Intramural Sr Play Comm 7 RICHARD ALDFN LINES HR Pre 56 N . . , 1 .. 5. ,I ' 15 QA . Q, ' II -. L 6' 7 .. X I x :M A I I I I , ,e I sf ' 4, -4. ' . 1K f' ' N i K 0 W Q . " ' .?"'Tff I' C' 5' N ' I I f 1' , x i ' " ' - , Le D. Le . 1 ' I R. P. L I , 5 J. ' A 01 , 1 ,, . . . , - ,. , D .wh 434. U. ,Fr 54. - J 1.1 1, Y U . - 1 y 1 f"'f " 1 4- I I 1I 1- I 1 I I I 1 I ' fl", 'l.. 1 1 2 - 1 2 1 - K ,mp -1.1151 - ,155 ,A12I,j ' I " " 1 1 - 1 - 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 , ' 4 'K 1-- 1 , 1 It . 1 I 11- I. I 1 I I U Y Y 1 7 7 ' ' -- . - 1 , . ,. , . . . . '.5. g I , ' g ' , - ,. ', Q 1 1- ' - 1- 1 N ga - 1 1 1 - 9 ' S t, -. . ,. . 5 . . . 1 I I - . , . . s. I fg ' 'g ' . . tl ,r Q A , ,F , . . u , , i I W ' y , H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 55, . , '57. 1 V K . . . ,r , . 1 , .. , , , . . . .. , 5. ' . . S. ' ' ' , , I Q 1 - 1- :- I - V- 1 I. 1 L 1 1- ' 1 I . .- I . 1 1 - . 1 1 1 - fb 4,3 n- Clll I55.I5.I5: '..If: . t'I 3-.. ' SIT7. - n . . . I , . , .. , . .. , . 'F' 3 ' 3 ' "' . ' ', "F 'r . 'r S' , .' Y . I ' ,' 1 - ' ' 1 1 1 - ' ' 1 5 1 - 1 ' ,gg 57. 11. 1' VA " A . . . ' ' : ' ' 1 ' : r- , . - ' , . . : I. . 2, I A I , , h . 1 1' . . . ss ' " 3 , " . A -A I 7 1- 1- ' 1-- 1 , , .A ' in , , y F nr. ,VH . . , .U W. , . .. ,. , ,H I , v , I FIJN: . . . .1 1. 51 3 1- .l I . , . 31 . s . 5 ' 56. - N - 4- ' ' , 1 Y , , , -I . . , , . . . 1-I A17 I'I1f3I.I 'I AQ 1 I 1-II I I I 15: , I I 5-I 1 I Le M. "' 2 1'1f 1 . ' ' 1 '1 f ' ', V.. ,y I, " "" ' " "' ' A. . R. 1 J. . M. '. ' -. 1 - R. . . , . ,g . , . , .I J .' . ..', 5 '55g L. ' .'5. . . .I , . . S. I . I2 ' I' Es-A 'I ,af .la 'T' , Q Q 6 is -. V iz' 'J ' -2 J 7 '59 J. Lipowitz C. Lockwood L. Logan H. Love G. Lowe D. Ludovici W. Luther J. Lynch R. MacDougaI A. Macurdy JOAN FRANCES LIPOVVITZ, H.R. V.P. '57, Intramurals '55, Rowling League '56, '57, Pep Club '56, EDNA '57. CAROL LOCKWOOD, H.R. Sec. '56, '57, Library Club '55, '56, Pep Club '55, Paint Box '55, '56, '57 lPres.l, FHA '57. LAWRENCE LEE LOGAN. HARRIET ALICE LOVE, H.R. V.P. '56, Athletic Comm. '56, '57 1Sec.l, Homecoming '56, '57, Election '57, Dance '55, Safety '57 151-CJ, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Sr. Play Comm. '57, Annual Sliuw '55, Sr. Trip Comm. '57, Major:-ttes '57. CAII. PATRICIA LOWE, Ways 81 Means '56, Rifle Team '55. DONNA ESTELLE I.l'DOYICl. H.R. Sec, '55, Welcoming '57, Election '57, Dance '56, Citizenship '57, Homecoming '56, Library Club '55, '56, '57, Pep Club '55, '56, FDNA '56. WILLIAM ALBERT LUTHER, Amateur Radio Club '55, '56, '57, Rifle Club '55. '57, Broadcasters Assoc. '56, Sr. Play '57. ALICE JOAN LYNCH, H.R. V.P. '57, Welfare '55, Intra- murals '55, '56, '57, Library Club '55, Sr. Relations '57, FDNA '57, Silrer Chips '57, Spring Play Comm. '55. ROBERT HILTON MACIJOIQGAL. ARTHUR CALDWELL MACURDY, Biology Club '55, '56, '57 4V.P.l, Chemistry Club '56, '57, Math Club '57, Debat- ing Club '57, Science Club '55, '56, '57, Sr. Play '57. MARY CATHERINE MACILL, Welfare '55, Welcoming '57, Fashion Show '56, Sr. Banquet '57. BETTY LOUISE MAIN, H.R. Sec. '55, Intramurals '55, Pep Club '55, '56, Work Experience '57. JOHN FRANCIS MALONEY. MARTIN HERBERT MANDEL, Annual Show '55, '56, '57, Orchestra '55, '57. JOHN FREDRICK MANN, JR., Assembly '57, Rifle Team '57, Science- Club '57, Sr. Party 'SIR LARRY RICHARD MARKLE. RONALD HERBERT MARKOWITZ, FDNA '55, '56, Annual Show '56, Band '56, '57, Orchestra '55. CHESTER WILLIAM MARTIN, Football '56, '57, Baseball '55, '56. JOHN DUDLEY MARTIN, IR. RICHARD INMAN MARTIN, H.R. Pres. '57, Citizenship '57, Safety '57, Student Lounge '57, Inter-School Relations '57, Track '56, '57, Sr. Trip '57 tCh.J: Key Club '57. M. Magill E. Main J. Maloney M. Mandel J. Mann, Jr. L. Markle R. Markowitz C. Martin J. Martin, Jr. R. Martin - ca "' '- 0 1' - W 5 f . ' y 1- ' ' i f fi,ti? , ," if , ' T. 1 ' 1 .f l W' I , is el Y .Sf ' Y V9 4 9 , 7' " 4 Q I v .. Q Y' X sf A f A gf 5 A ' 'l -.25 in '43 S. Martin IJ. Mlrton S, Mason K. Matson J. Matthews W. Mauchamer J. Maughn V, May,-rg jr. P, Mayn 51- McCann "llot'tor! Do:-turl llurry up to the third floorl Then-'s a little one on the wayl Hurry! . . . I'm so exited!" vxelainu-ml L. Tucker to D. Graham in a scene of the- Senior Playf "Two Blind Mice." :,, 'L' 'yi ef' , ' E ' ,I ? S.-tlilll K-X'I'llERlNE MARTIN. lllair Rollers '57, Work Experience '56, '57. DON RRIHARDSON MARTON, Spring Play Comm. '57. SANDRA AMY MASON. H.R. Trcas. '57, Way's 84 Means '57, Publicity '57, Eli-ction '57, Homecoming '57, Dt-hating Club '56, French Club '57, Pep Club '56, Silver Quill '55, '56, '57, Spring Play Comm. '56, Sr. Play Comm. '57, Sr. Banquet '57, Sr. Party '57. RAYMOND KIRRY MATSON, Order '56, Citizenship '57, Visual Aids '55, '56, '57. JOHN COPELAND MATTHEWS, Assembly '56, Athletic Comm. '56, '57, Safety '56. '57, J.V. Football '55, Varsity '56, '57, Baseball '55, '56, '57, Library Club '57, Key Club '56, '57 tPres.J, Masque Sz Gavel '57, Annual Iihoss Rand '55, Student Council '56, '57, Band '55, Jr. Prom '56, Soph. Homecoming llost '55. WILLIAM LEE MAUCHAMER, Sr. Play Comm. '57, JAMES JOSEPH NIAUGHN. VERNON WILLIAM MAYER, JR., Baseball '55, '56, Chemistry Club '57, Sr. Party '57, Annual Show '57. PATRlClA ANN LEE MAYN, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Bible Club '57, Sr. Banquet '57, MARY LOUISE R. MCCANN, Dance '55, '56, Homecoming '55, Welcoming '57, Pulmlieity '55, '56, Pep Club '55. GEORGE ROBERT MCFERREN, Golf '55, '56, '57, Soccer '56, DAVID STANLEY MCHOLD, Band '55, '56, '57. MARY CAROL MCKENNEY, H.R. Pres. '56, ll.R. Sec. '57, Publicity '56, '57, Ways 81 Means '56, Election '57, Athletic Comm. '56, '57, Intra- murals '56, '57, Paint Box Club '55, '56, '57, Library Club '57, Sr. Caps. Sr Gowns '57. GlRSON EDWARD MCKENZIE, Assembly '57, Visual Aids '56, Sr. Caps Sz Gowns '57, LOUISE MARIAN Mr:KI-YNZIE, Student Lounge '56, '57, Welfare '56, '57, Election '57, Welcoming '57, FHA, '56, '57, Sr. Party '57, I . Mt-l"m'i-t-n D. Mcllolcl M. McKenney E. McKenzie L. McKenzie in 1-Q i ,h i X -Q 5. y . 1 I E " b,W, . X V L . fffg, f ' .ii A O M. McLean S. Mears P. Mellon R. Meyer P. Middleton M- Millar MARIAN LOUISE MCLEAN, Transfer: Roosevelt H.S., D.C.g Intramurals '57, Science Club '57, Art Club '57g FDNA '57g Biology Club '57g Silver Quill '57g Silver Chips '57g Sr. Play Comm. '57. SUZANNE MARIA MEARS, H.R. Pres. '55g Blair Rollers '57g Work Exp. '57. PAUL EDGAR MELLON, J.V. Football '55, Library Club '55, '56, Sr. Play Comm. '57. JUDITH ELLEN MENACE, Transfer: B.C.C. H.S., Bethesda, Md.g Welfare '57g Majorettes '57. .IUDITH HOPE MENARD, H.R. Sec. '55g Welfare '55, '56, '57, Dance '56g Broadcasters' Assoc. '57, FDNA '56g Pram-0 Argenteus '56, Sr. Play Comm. '57. '57g Sr. Publicity '57g Disc Jockey '57g P.A. Announcer '57. ROBERT LEE MERILLAT. ,nm pmumi, ROBERT JOEL MEYER. PATRICIA ELLEN MIDDLETON, H.R. V.P. '55, H.R. Sec. '56, H.R. Treas. '57g Publicity '55g Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Annual Show '55, '56. MARK VISSCHER MILLAR, Homecoming '56. KENNETH SATTERLEE MILLER, JR., H.R. Treas. '55g J.V. Football '55, J.V. Basketball '56, Key Club '56, '57g Bank '56, '57. LILLIAN CONSTANCE MILLS, Office Practice '57. JON RAFFERTY MILLS, Transfer: Peddie Prep. N.J. PATRICIA ANN MISTER, Ways 81 Means '56, '57g Sr. Banquet '57. VIYIAN DIANE MITCHELL, Ways 81 Means '57g Chaplain's '57g Welfare '57g FDNA '55, Annual Show '56g Sr. Play Comm. '57, Sr. Banquet '57. NANCY ADELE MITCHELL, H.R. V.P. '55, '56g Welcoming '57 fCh.l: Li- brary Club '55. '56, '57, Blair O'Delis '56, '57, Annual Show '56, Nat'l Honor Soc '56, '57, Monogram Soc. '56, '57. STANLEY RONALD MOFFSON, Assembly '55, '56, '57g Intramurals '55. JOSEPHINE DARA MONTALBANO, H.R. '55, '56g Welcoming '55, '56, Blair Rollers '56, '57. Sec. '55, '56, '57, Publicity GIBSON LOUIS MOORE, JR., Library Club '55, '56, '57g Assembly '55g Activity '56, Tennis '55, '56g J.V. Football '55, Welfare '55, Silver Chips '55. JEROME COLEMAN MOORE. 'N to fs K: if 4 -ar Q .l. Menage J. Menard K. Miller, Jr. C. .Mills J. Mills P. Mister A Successful Three Night Stand D. Mitchell N. Mitchell S. Moffson J. Montalbano G. Moore, Jr. J. Moore L S. Moore K. Mudd Cards D. Murphy R. Murphy, Jr. R. Niner K' .' Q J 'S I - iillfb N54 ai I bf . X .' -- ' 7 fi My jg ' , ' , ' i A T' I ' frat'-we We " " r - t I I P. Morgan B. Moss B. Moxley J. Moyer and F .Murray M. Noble 6 v 'G L - Q ,K 1 STEWART LEMOINE MOORE, Science Club '56, '57, Math Club '57, Chemistry Club '56, '57, Siliser Quill '55, Science Newsletter '56, '57, Annual Show '56, Chess Club '55, '56, '57, Adv. Chorus '56, Sr. Play Comm. '57. PHYLLIS DEANNA MORGAN, lI.R. Treas. '55, Welfare '55, Homecom- ing '57, Ways S Means '57, Work Experience '56. BERNICE HELEN MOSS, Band '57, Sr. Caps 81 Gowns '57. BARBARA LYNNE MOXLEY, H.R. Sec. '55, Activity '55, Intramurals '55, Annual Show '55, Work Experience '57. .IUDITH LEE MOYER, Library Club '55, '56, Blair Rollers '56, '57, Annual Show '55, Intramurals '55, '56, Bank '56, '57. KATHLEEN ELIZABETH MIIDD, Blair Rollers '56, '57. DANIEL H. MURPHY. ROBERT FRANCIS INIVRPIIY. JR., Visual Aids '56, '57. FELICIA ANNE MURRAY. H.R. Sec. '55, Art Club '55, '57, Work Experi- encc '56, Ilovnecomingi '57, Publicity '57. KATHALEEN SANDRA NAREY, Welfare '56, '57, Welcoming '57, Intra- murals '55. '56. '57, Library Club '55, '56. '57, Pep Club '55. '56, Girls' "B" '57. BETTY JANE NEUNIANN, Publicity '56, Homecoming '57, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Girls' "B" Club '57, Library Club '55, '56, '57 lV.P.l, Girls' Planning Comm. '55, '56. '57 fV.P.l, FHA '57 lSub.-Ch.l, Spring Play Comm. '56 lCo-CIM: Fashion Show '57, Annual Show Comm. '56, '57, Pep Club '55, '56, Monogram Soc. '57. BARBARA ANN NEVILLE, Intramurals '55, Library Club '55, '56, '57, FTA '55. '56. '57, Spanish Club '57. RICHARD THOMAS NINER, H.R. Pres. '55, Student Council '55, '56 fParlia- mentariaul '57 tPres.l, Inter-High Parliamentarian '56, Activity '55, Student Lounge '56, Election '56, Library Club '55, '56, Jr. Newman Club '55, '56, Nat'l llonor Soc. '56. '57, Monogram Soc. '56. '57, Masque 81 Gavel '56, '57. NIARGLERITE GLENN NOBLE, Transfer: Powhatan H.S., Powhatan, Va. ROGER WILLIANI NOEL, Dance '56, '57 lCo-Ch.l5 .I.V. Football '55, Science Club '57, Pep Club '57, Sr. Party '57. CAROL MARGARET NOLTE, lI.R. Pres. '56, Publicity '56 fCh.Jg Inter- Scliool Relations '55, '57 lCl1.J, Homecoming '57 fCl1.l, Dance '55, '56, Li- brary Club '55, '56, '57, Blair O'Debs '56, '57, Annual Show '56, Student Council '55: Nat'l Honor Soc. 56. '57, Monogram Soc. '56, '57, CRSC '57. NANCY ELIZABETH NORRIS, H.R. V.P. '57, H.R. Treas. '56, Homecom- ing: '57, Publicity '56, '57, Dance '57, Sr. Trip '57, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Ice Skating Club '55, Silt-crlogue '56, '57, Christmas Queen. .I K. Narey B. Neumann B. Neville R. Noel C. Nolte N. Norris 2 U C, I u S. 1 ,. ' lwkghg 'J 'C 1 , 5975 -1 ' JCC: t X r X Wk W f . 3 ' 1 f 1 . ' '13 gi I". Norton J. Nugent J. O'I'4erg FRANCES EILEEN NORTON. JAMES EDWARD NUCENT, Assembly '55, '56, Safety '55, .IOIIN DOUGLAS O'llERIl. H.R. Pres. '57, Assembly '57, Dance '55, '56, '57 4Ch.l Home-coming '57 lSub-Ch.t 1 Cross Country '55, Library Club '55, '56, '57. JOAN CLENIENTINE O'CONNOR, Election '56, '57 ,Citizenship '57, Inter- School Relations '57, Dance '55, Athletic Comm. '57, Ways 8: Means '55, AIARJORIE ELLEN O'DELL, H.R. Sec. '55, Order '56, Dance '56, Intra- murals '55, '56, '57, Ice Skating Club '55. MARETA O'KANE, Intramurals '55, FDNA '57, Sr. Banquet '57, ELLEN LYNN OLINGER. H.R. Sec. '55, Publicity '56, '57, Ways Sr Means '56, Election '57, Pep Club '55, '56, FDNA '55, '56, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Sr. Caps 81 Gowns '57 tCh.l, Jr. Party '56, Jr. Prom '56. JOYCE ELAINE OLIVER. JEREMY DAVID ORCHIN, Safety '56, '57 fCh.t Citizenship '57, Welcoming '57, Tennis '56, Library Club '56, '57 ,Spanish Club '57 tTreas.lJ Key Club '56, '57, FDNA '57, Teenage Safety Council '56, '57 tTreas.J, Sr, Trip '57, Sr. Party '57, Sr. Caps 81 Gowns '57, SHERYL ORMAND, Blair Rollers '55, '56, FRANCES CLENE ORIVIE, Election '57, Dance '56, '57, Homecoming '57, Paint Ilox '55, '56, '57 tSec.t, Sciene Club '55, Sr. Play Comm. '57. HARRY GUY PADDON, llomccoming '56, Soccer '55, '56, Baseball '55, Sr. Party '57. JON BROCK PARKER, H.R. Treas. '57, Soccer '55, '56, MARIANNE ELAINE PARSHALL, H.R. V.P. '56, Election '56, '57, Student Lounge '56, Order '56, Dance '55, Pep Club '55, '56, Welcoming '57, Publicity '57, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Library Club '55, '56, '57, FHA '57, Sr. Party '57, MARY CAROLYN PARSLEY, H.R. V.P. '55, H.R. Pres. '56, Election '56, '57, .Athletic Comm. '56, '57, Publicity '56, Ways 81 Means '56, Student Lounge '56, '57, Library Club '57, Sr. Awards tCh.l '57, Annual Show '56, ANITA LOUISE PAULEY, FDNA '55, '57, Bible Blazers '57 fPres.l , Annual Show '56, Adv. Chorus '56, Sr, Play Comm. '57, Sr. Baccalaureate '57. WILLIAM ARTHUR PAULL, Band '55, '56, '57. J. Oliver J. Orchin S. Ormanfl J. Parker M. Parshall M. Parsley .f 2 3 Sf ' fs-994 as AI? i X 15 I -v' Q.: J. O'Connor , . M. O'Dell M. O'Kane Announcements F. Omie A. Pauley YN X -x E. Olinger H. Paddon W. Paull 'ZEN Sv C' A f 1 G. Peacock B. Peterson A. Pearson, Jr. L. Piercy 'B W. Pedersen B. Pike CARY GOODELL PEACOCK, Ways 81 Means '57, Soccer '56 fMgr.l: J.V. Football '56, Track '56 fMgr.l, Cross Coun- try '55, Intramurals '55, Band '55, '56, '57, Sr. Trip '57. SIDNEY ALBERT PEARSON, JR, WILLIAM ROSS PEDERSEN, P.C., Blair Rollers '57, Silver Quill '57, Sr. Play Comm. '57. RALPH BENJAMIN PENN, Band '55, '56, '57, Sr. Trip '57. JEROME BRONSON PERKINS, Sr. Baccalaureate '57, Band '55, '56, '57. BONNIE SUSAN PETERSON, FHA '56, '57, Sr. Play Comm. '56, '57, Bank '56, '57, Sr. Party '57, Fashion Show '56, LYNN BRUMMER PIERCY, H.R. Sec. '55, Welfare '56, In'ramurals '55, Library Club '55, FDNA '56, '57, Blair O'Debs: '56, '57 lY.P.l: Annual Show '56, Adv. Chorus '56, Quill 8 Scroll '56, '57, Silrerlogue '56, '57 4EditorI, Mono- gram Soc.'56. '57, Sr. Play Comm. '57, Sr. Commencement '57. BARBARA LYNN PIKE, H.R. Trf-as. '56, H.R. Sec. '57, In- tramurals '55, '56, Sr. Party '57, Sr. Play Comm. '57. JOYCE ANN PITTLE, FDNA '56, '57, Intramurals '55, '56, W. Poling C. Poore i he Tl NI. Pollack D. Pond I. Post. Jr. D. Potter T - X u Q' -... 5- ..4 O i R., .5 ,A , 1. if J. Perkins L. Plateau R. Penn J. Pinle LYNN DIAN PLATEAU, WILLIAM COMPTON POLING, Sr. Commencement '57. MICHAEL ALAN POLLACK, Silver Chips '56, '57, Sr. Play Comm. '57, Band '56, '57. ROBERT DOUGLAS POND, Soccer '55, Intramurals '55. CATHERINE ELIZABETH POORE, FDNA '56, '57, Rifle Team '55, '56, '57 ITreas.l. PAUL IVAN POST, Jn., ChapIain's '57, Library Club '57, Sr. Party '57, Sr. Prom '57. DOROTHY JANE POTTER, Dance '56, '57, Library Club '55, '56, '57, Majorettes '56, '57, Jr. Prom '56, Sr. Cards 81 Announcements '57, Sr. Commencement '57. JOHN GARY POWELL, French Club '56, '57 lV.P.l, FDNA '56, '57 lProgram Ch.l, Library Club '56, '57, Le Journal D'Argf'nt '56, '57, Sr. Play Comm. '56, JOHN ROGERS POWELL, Rifle Club '55, '56, '57, Silver Chips '55, '56, '57. Working Behind the Scenes .I. Pow:-II J. Powell 5 N 1""" Pg. Through the hours put in by K. Seeley, N. Rake-r, S. Ranncrman. M. Bennett. S. Traum, Il. Ne-umann. N. Robinson. S. Spiekerruan, V. Kearnes-Preston, J. llilliplanv. A. Armstrong. the Senior Play "Two Blind Mice." was a great success. The-se "Inf-hinfl the scene- workers" contriliutr-rl almost as much as the ar-tors to the production. DIANE PAGE PRENTISS, Welfare '55, Dance '56g Intramurals '55, '56, '57g Prentiss Propst Quigley Reardon Wa v . Price Puliatti Ragsdale Reed 2 5 f 5, f- 2' p- Z' Pep Club '55, '56. MARCIA ELIZABETH PRICE, Ways Sa Means '55, '56g Election '56, '57g Activity '56g Student Lounge '56, '57, Welcoming '57g Publicity '56g Welfare '56g Intramurals '55, '56, '57g Library Club '57 :FHA '57g Jr. Party '56 gSr. Party '57, Sr. Publicity '57g Sr. Commencement '57, Jr. Newman Club '56, '57. DAVID LEON PROPST. DOMINICK JOSEPH PULIATTI. ,IACQUELINE ANN QUIGLEY, H.R. Treas. '55g Ways 81 Means '56, '57, Jr. Newman Club '55, '56, '57, Sr. Play Comm. '57. LAWRENCE LEROY RACSDALE. MAURICE DANIEL RAKES, Sr. Party '57g Sr. Awards '57g Sr. Commence- ment '57. SALLY ENNIS RAMBO, FDNA '56, '57. MICHAEL ALAN RAMEY, H.R. Pres. '55g H.R. V.P. '57g Library Club 55, '56, '573 Math Club '57g Science Club '55, '56 lTreas.l, '57, Chess Club '57, Chemistry Club '57g Nat'I. Thespian '57 fPres.lg Audio '56, '57. Inot picturecll. NANCY LOUISE REAMY, H.R. Sec, '55, '56g H.R. Pres. '57, Election '55, '56, '57g Safety '57, Dance '55, '56g Publicity '57g Intramurals '55 ,'56g FHA '56 tPres.J, '57 lPres.Jg Pep Club '55, '56g Silver Chips '55g Sr. Party '57 fCh.J: Sr. Publicity '57g Fashion Show '56. PATRICIA ANN REARDON, Bank '56, '57. MARGARET EADER REED, H.R. V.P. '55g Welfare '55g Intramurals '55, '56, '57g Bank '56, '57. PATRICIA CAROL REED, Sr. Party '57 gSr. Cards 81 .Announcements '57. EDITH ELIZABETH REINHOLD, Intramurals '55, '56g Sr .Party '57. WILLIAM FREDERIC REISNER, H.R. V.P. '55g Order '56, Welfare '56, Sr. Party '57g Sr. Commencement '57. M. Rakes S. Rambo N. Reamy P, Reed E. Reinhold W2 Reisner V . mx- X "X iw" "'wr'f J. Reuben M. Richards B. Richter A. Rivers M. Robinson N. Robinson R. R. JANET REUBEN, Welcoming '57, Ways 81 Means '57, Wel- fare '57, Sr. Cards 8: Announcements '57. MARY ANN RICHARDS, Sr. Prom '57. ELBERTA ANN RICHTER. DAVID SEABROOK RIND. ROGER EVAN RISLER, H.R. Pres. '55, '56, '57, Rifle Team '55, Science Club '55, Photography Club '56, '57, Audio -Visual Aids '55, '56, '57, Annual Show '56, '57, Sr. Play Comm. '57. ALISON CAIL RIVERS, Welcoming '57, Rifle Club '55, Li- brary Club '55, '56, '57, Pep Club '55, Annual Show '56, Sr Play Comm. '57, Sr. Banquet '57, Jr. Prom '56, Adv Chorus '56. MARIETTA ROBINSON. NANCY JANE ROBINSON, Ways 81 Means '57, Activity '57, pance '57, Student Lounge '57, FTA '57, Library Club '55, 56, '57, Foreign Exchange Club '56, '57, Band '55, '56, '57, Sr. Play Comm. '57, Sr. Cards 8: Announcements '57, Mono- gram Soc. '57, JANET LYNN ROGERS, H.R. Treas. '57, Athletic Comm. '57, Sr. Prom '57. Rosen Rothblum D- Rind R. Risler J. Rogers P. Rognlie WAYNE PAUL ROGNLIE, School Store '56, '57, Rifle Team '55, '57, Chemistry Club '56, Sr. Play '57. ROSLYN ROSEN. Homecoming '57, Publicity '56, Spanish Club '56, '57 4Pres.P, FTA '57, Silver Chips '57, Sr. Play llomm. '57, Sr. Prom '57, Sr. Commencement '57. PATRICIA ANN ROSS. lnot pictured! RICHARD STONE ROTHBLUM, Transfer. Eastern H.S., ILC., Photography Club '57. DENNIS FRANK ROWLAND, Homecoming '57, French Club '56, '57, Sr. Play '57, Annual Show '56, Sr. Party '57. JOSEPHINE ANN RUBINI, H.R. V.P. '56, '57, Election '57, Order '56, Homecoming '57, FHA '57, Library Club '55, '56, '57, Sr. Relations '57. BARBARA LYNNE SACLE, H.R. Treas. '56, H.R. Sec. '57, Order '55, '56, Chaplain's '56, Monogram '56, '57 fCh.l: Publicity '56, Homecoming '55, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Library Club '55. '56. '57, JACOB SAKWA, Assembly '56, Chemistry Club '56, '57, Math Club '57, Science Club '56, '57, Chess Club '57, Spanish fluli '57, Biology Club '56, Srifnce Newsletter '56, '57, Sr. Baccalaureate '57. ' I We Looked Forward to . D. Rowland J. Rubini B. Sagle J. Sakwa "3 6 5 s' .1 Q, to -yah Aims 2 PN. ,C ' ' ! 1 ' an 5' ' ' ' ' . , 7 ' I, x -" 2 - ., ,ww , y - 14: , V -. 'Q :cs-gf 'ev' K I f' , aiv li'-'7.a."'i?f ' I M. Sanders J. Saunders R. Schaefer J. Scheer A. gchicklpr P. Schilt A. Schm-imler j. Schreiber R. Schultze JAMES HERWOOD SALTER. lnot pictured? MURRAY CHARLES SANDERS. JOAN CAROLYN SAUNDERS, Library Club '55, '56, '57, Sr. Caps 81 Gowns '57, Sr. Trip '57, Sr. Play Comm. '57. RONALD LAWRENCE SCHAEFER, Silverlogue '57. JEROME DAYID SCHEER. ANDREA MILLICENT SCHICKLER. Athletic Comm. '56, '57, Election '56, '57, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, FIIA '56, '57, Sr. Party '57, Sr. Play Comm. '57. PATRICIA ANDREA SCHILT, Intramurals '55, '56, FDNA '55, '56, '57, Science Club '56, '57 4Sec.l, Biology Club '57. ALICE INIOCENE SCHNEIDER, Student Lounge '56, Intra- murals '55, Art Club '56, '57, French Club '56, '57 fSec.J, Silver Quill '56, '57, Le Journal D'Argent '57, Annual Show '56, Sr. Play Comm. '57, Sr. Caps 8: Gowns '57. JAMES FREDERICK SCHREIBER, H.R. Pres. '56, H.R. Treas. '55, Citizenship '57, Athletic Comm. '55, '56, Safety '57, Order '55, '56, Homecoming '56, J.V. Basketball '56, Library Club '57, Sr. Class V.P. '57, Sr. Relations '56 fCh.l. RUTH SCHULTZE. RICHARD CUYLER SCHWARTZ, JR., Publicity '57, Sr. Party '57. CAROL ELIZABETH SCOLTOCK, Dance '56, Welfare '55 FDNA '55, '56, Silrer Quill '55, '56, '57 ICO-editorl, Sr. Play Comm. '57. ROBERT WESLEY SCOTT. 'not picturctll RUSSELI. BYRON SCOTT, Baseball '55, Work Experience '57. ANN llllI.l.OCK SEELEY, Silver Quill '56, Sr. Prom '56 KAREN AIMNIS SEELEY, H.R. Treas. '56, Activity 57 Election '57, Welfare- '56, Intramurals '55, FTA '55, '56 57 FIIA '57, Annual Show '56 4Costumes Co-Ch.l: Sr. ay Comm. '57. HARRIET MARIE SI-QIBERT. Ways 8: Means '57, FHA '56 1Treas.J. '57 fTreas.I. SCZANNE SELBY, Ways S. Means '56, Foreign Exchange Club '56. '57, FTA '56, '57, Spanish Club '57, Band '55 '56, '57, Sr. Play Comm. '57. Rv Schwartz, jr, . 0 C. Scoltock R- Christmas Vacation S- Selby "V-, and the New Year Q- " V A. Seeley 'J' ' ,. .- '35 if sa , K. Seeley NI. Seibert 1 Dx , X54 3 1. F de Serlere F Shanklm L Shea 1: -h- 5 ' 11' " X J E. Shadid V. Sharp W. Shepherd With January Came Our Senior Trip S Shipley Shirlfy D Sloan 1- .,,.-v Wu., 63 V'- -,N 4.-I '50 Vi:-r M. Shira W. Shober II. Smith y .C no C3 1 4: 4' x ' xx 5 sf D J. ALFRED DE SERIERE, Exchange student, Wassewarr, Holland, H.R. V.P. '57, Foreign Exchange '57, Science Club '57, Chemistry Club '57, French Club '57. EDMUND GEORGE SHA DID. GRACE ELIZABETH SHANKLIN. H.R. V.P. '56, Election '56, '57, Publicity '57, Welfare '57, Homecoming '56, '57, Student Court Associate Justice '56, '57, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Library Club '55, '56, '57, Pep Club '55, '56, Silver Quill '57, Jr. Party '56, Sr. Banquet '57. VICTORIA MARIE SHARP, H.R. Treas. '57, Dance '56, Ways 81 Means '57, Student Lounge '56. '57, Homecoming '57, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Girls' "B" Club '57, Library Club '55, '56, '57 fSheIving Ch.D, Pep Club '55, '56: .lf- Newman Club '56, '57, Sr. Banquet '57, Sr. Gift '57, Monogram Soc. '57. LAWRENCE STEPHEN SHEA. Rifle Team '55, '56, '57, Amateur Radio Club '55. '56, '57, Science Club '57, Photography Club '57, French Club '57. WILLIAM BRIAN SHEPHERD, Track '55, '57, Amateur Radio Club '55, '56 lSec.t, '57 4Pres.l, Science Club '56. MONROE STEVEN, SHIPLEY. MARY ANN SHIRA. Welcoming '56, Election '57, Publicity '57, Home- coming '55, '56, '57, Intramurals '55, Library Club '55, '56, '57, Pep Club '55, '56, FHA '57, Silver Quill '57, Annual Show '56, Jr. Party '56, Jr. Prom '56, Sr. Party '57, Nat'l Honor Soc. '56, '57, Sr. Commencement '57. FREDERICK WILLIAM SHIRLEY. H.R. V.P. '55, Assembly '56, '57, Citi- zenship '57, Order '56, J.Y. Football '55, Varsity '56, '57 fTri-Capt.l. WALTER CLARK SHOBER, Transfer: Suitland H.S., Suitland, Md., Track '56, '57, Football '57, Boys' "B" Club '56, '57, Bank '57. DONALD JOSEPH SHURE, H.R. Pres. '57, Assembly '57, Citizenship '57, Soccer '55, '56, Intramurals '55, '56, Library Club '56, '57, Key Club '56, '57. JOANNE IRENE SILVER, Athletic Comm. '56, '57, Election '57, Intramurals '55, Library Club '55, '56, '57, Publicity '57, FTA '55 lSec.l, '56, '57, Silver Chips '56, '57, Quill 3: Scroll '56, '57, Jr. Publicity '56 4Ch.J, Sr. Prom '57 lCh.l. WILLIAM JOSEPH SIMPSON, Welfare '55, Order '55, J.V .Football '55, Intramurals '55, '56. '57: Homecoming '57. WILLI XM DOUGLAS SLOAN, Safety '57, Intramurals '55, '56, '57. HEATHER BERTINE SMITH, Intramurals '55, Library Club '55, '56, '57, Pep Club '55, '56, FDNA '56, '57, FTA '57, Sr. Play Comm. '57, Jr. Prom '56, Sr. Baccalaureate '57, Sr. Prom '57, Sr. Cards 81 Announcements '57. JAY SMITH, III, Chaplain's '57, Intramurals '55, '56, Science Club '55, '56, '57, Visual Aids '56, '57, Library Club '57. JOHN ALEXANDER SMITH, JR. JUDY LYNNE SMITH, H.R. Sec. '56, '57, Publicity '57, Ways 81 Means '55, '56, Election '57, Homecoming '55, '56, '57, Intramurals '55, FHA '57, Pep Club '55, '56: Blair Rollers '55, Silver Quill '55, '56, '57, Annual Show '56 Chips '56. '57: Quill K Scroll '56, '57, Jr. Publicity '56 1Ch.b, Sr. Prom '57. . Shure J. Silver W. Simpson Smith, III J. Smith J. Smith, Jr. ! , i 1 ,.":. ' ,U w. ' l Q gr, . zz P. Smith P- Smlll' R. Smith PATRICIA MARIE SNIITII, ll.R. Treas. '55, II.R. Sec. '56, Welcoming '57, Publicity '56, '57, I-Iome-coming '56, Student Lounge '56, Order '56, Library Club '56. '57, FHA '57, Annual Show '56, Sr. Publicity '57 CCIU. PIQCLGIE IRFNI5 SXIITII. Welfare '56, Ways 8. Means '56, Publicity '56, Intramurals '55, '56, FDNA '56. '57, Annual Show '56, Band '553 ACIV- Chorus '56, '57, Sr. Caps 8 Gowns' '57. ROGER NIAl.COLNI SAIITII. Safety '57, Assembly '56, '5'l: Ortler '56, Welfare '56: J.Y. Football '55. Varsity '56, '57, Soccer '55, '56, Track '56. 57, Intramurals '55, '56. SALLIF ANCELIQIF SAIITH. Transfer: Jamaica II.S., Jamaica. N.Y., Silrer Quill '57, Sr. Cartls X Announcements '57, Homecoming '57. STEPHANIE DAXIPIFR SNIITH. Ways 81 Means '56, '57, Library Club '55. '56, '57, Foreign Exchange Club '56, '57, FDNA '56, '57, Spanish Club '57, Sr. Play Comm. '57, Sr. Cards 8: Announcements '57. LINDA KAY SOBEL. Welfare '57, Secretarial Comm. '57, Intramurals '55, '56, Bowling League '56, French Club '56: FDNA '57: Spanish Club '57, Silrer Chips '56. '57, Jr. Party '56, Sr. Play Comm. '57, Sr. Baccalaureate '57, Sr. Caps 8 Gowns '57. JOAN F.T'I'A SOKOLOFF, Intramurals '55, Pep Cift '57, Sr. Baccalaureate '57, Sr. Play Comm. '57. FRIC JOHN SOLIBAKKE, Vagabond Club '56 '57 llftlitorl. CHARLES WALLFN SOLOMON. Baseball '56. Club '57, FDNA '57, Sr. lPres.l, Silver Chips '56, SYLYIA JLDITII SOLONION. Publicity '55, '56. '57, FTA '55, '56, '57: I"rt-nch Club '55, '56, '57, Rroaclcasters' Assoc. '57, Silver Quill '55, '56. '57, Annual Show '56, Jr. Party '56, Sr. Play Comm. '57, Sr. Prom '57. ANNE KAY Sl"I'lAKFR, ll.R. Treas. '57, Dame- '55, '56, '57 lSub. Ch.t, Chaplain! Comm. '56, '57, Orrler '56, Publicity '56, Activity Council '56, Homecoming '57, Avelfare '57, Intramurals '55, '57, Quill K Scroll '56. '57, Silrer Quill '55, '56, Silrerloguf- '56, '57, Annual Show '56, Disk Jockey '57, P.A. Announcer '57, Spring Play Comm. '56, Sr. Play Comm. '57l Monogram Soc. '56, '57, Jr. Party '56, Sr. Prom '57. MICHAEL IIART SPFVAK. Biology Club '55. '56, Chemistry Club '56, '57, Science Club '56. '57. SIFZANNE SPIFKERNIAN, Library Club '55. '56, '57, French Club '56, '57, Broadcasters' Assoc. '55, '56, '57, Silver Quill '57, Le Journal D'Argenl '57, Spring Play Comm. '56, Sr. Play Comm. '57, Sr. Cards 81 .Announce- ments '57, P.A. Announcer '56. HELEN SLSAN SPINNER, Publicity '55, '56, Homecoming '57, Stutlent Lounge '56, Dance '57, FTA '56, French Club '56, Silverlogue '56, '57, Annual Shoo '56, Sr. Play Comm. '57, Jr. Prom '56, Intramurals '56. RAKIOY EDWARD STAFFORD. H.R. Pres. '55, ,I.V. Football '55, S. Smith S' Smith Senior home-room sice-presidents, J. Schricber. J. Lynch, N. Norris. ll. Carson, J. Rubini, J. Lipo- witz. J. Eckloff, C. lleitlenreich, J. Axley, S. Stokes. automatically became members of the newly formed Senior Relations Committee. Information concerning class activities was reported to the students and a bulletin was made to record the accomplishments of all Senior Committees. In gftlwl J. Sokoloff E. Solibakke C. Solomon S. Solomon K. Speaker M, Speyak S. Spiekerman H. Spinner R. Stafford .- As Q3 - 5 Q1 ,f I in' NS," iii ' "ar ,. - ., ' I 4'23' -. S 14' X 4. ,-, ,I "Q 'S 1 5" of fx y get , gi :JL V f' ft-, . Q i s . 'S .f ' e ' I U' 5' 9' ' H-,go I , 1, W. Steele N. Stein M. Stearns J. Stogo C. Stokely S. Stockman f V QA. ? 5, , Q' ' , "":"' .L A f ' , . 0, i W Luz' A . 1.1, , us- I, A, 4 ., ' Stambler Stark Stein M. Sterne Stokes S. Stonebanks Strasser .I- Strellig, Jr. Stromberg J. Strosnider Stuart A. Sugg 4 HENRY LOUIS STAAIBLER, Science Club '56, '57, Chemistry Club '56, '57, Chess Club '57, Science Nezusletter '56, '57, Quill 81 Scroll '56. '57, Sr. Play '57. MICHAEL TYLER STARK. MARY JANE STEARNS, FDNA '56, '57, Pep Club '56, '57, Dance '57. WILLIAM FRANCIS STEELE. NEIL ALAN STEIN, Safety '57, Order '55, '56, Library Club '57, Sr. Play '57 Sr. Prom '57. WILLIAM ARTHUR STEIN. Chemistry Club '57. MARIE LOUISE STERNE, H.R. Sec. '57, Welfare '56, Dance '55, '56, '57, Publicity '55, '56, '57, Student Lounge '56, '57, Homecoming '56. '57, Athletic Comm. '57, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Library Club '55, '56, '57, Pep Club '55, Annual Show '56, Girls' "B" Club '56, '57, Girls' Planning Comm. '57. SYLVIA GENEVA STEWART, Intramurals '56. CNo picturel SHELLEY PHYLLIS STOCKMAN, Publicity '56, '57, Welfare '56, Sr. Cards Sa Announcements '57. JAMES STOGO, H.R. V.P. '55, Assembly '55, '56, '57 tCo-Ch.J, Safety '57, Homecoming '55, '56, J.V. Basketball '55, Varsity '56, '57, Baseball '55, '56, '57, Football '56, '57, Library Club '55, '56, '57, Key Club '55, '56, '57, Soph. Class Pres. '55, Student Council '56, HOPE CHRISTINE STOKELY, Publicity '57, Election '57, FTA '56, '57, Library Club '55, '56, '57, Spanish Club '57. STEPHAN ROBERT STOKES, H.R. Treas. '55, '56, H.R. V.P. '57, Assembly '56, Order '56, Welcoming '57, Varsity Football '56, Library Club '57. SANDRA BEATRICE STONEBANKS, H.R. Treas. '55, Student Council '56, '57, Publicity '56, '57, Dance '56, '57, Election '57, Homecoming '57 tSub- Ch.l, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Library Club '55, '56, '57, Dabbler's Den '56, '57, Ice Skating Club '55, Sr. Trip '57 tSub-Ch.P, Sr. Publicity '57. CAROL ANN STRASSER, Blair Rollers '56, '57. JAMES JOHN STREBIG, JR., H.R. Pres. '56, '57, Homecoming '57. SHIRLEY PATRICIA STROMBERG, Publicity '57, Homecoming '57, Intra- murals '55, '57, Silver Chips '55, '56, '57, Sr. Play Comm. '57, Sr. Party '57. JANICE STROSNIDER, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Sr. Party '57. PATSY JEAN STUART, Ways 81 Means '57, Library Club '55, '56, '57, Pep Club '56, '57, Intramurals '55. '56, '57. ANNE LINDLEY SUGG, Welfare '57, Publicity '57, Intramurals '57. 3 ' -21 'V . " 5 W. f , Q .117 - S M, Sullivan W. Summers, Jr. J. Sumner, Jr. B. Sussman S. SWI:1l'1 P. Swartz B. Tait M. Tanner W. Tarbett, Jr. J- Tvllelballm MARY JANE SULLIVAN, Sr. Ring '57, Sr. Caps Xi Gowns '57. WILLIAM JOSEPH SUMMERS, JR., Homecoming '56, Foot- ball '55 4Mgr.l, Library Club '56, '57. JOHN WILLIAM SUMNER, JR., Audio '55, '56, '57, Visual Aids '55 1Y.P.l, '57 1Pres.l, Safety '56, .Activity Council '55, '56, '57, Nat'l Thespian Soc. '57, Monogram Soc. '56, '57. EASRRY NORMAN SUSSMAN, Transfer: McKinley Tech .. .. D.C. SANDRA MAY SWAN, Intramurals '55, Silverlogue '56, '57, Sr. Play Comm. '57, Sr. Party '57. EMMA PAGE SWARTZ, H.R, Pres. '56, Publicity '55, '56, '57 lCh.l, Dance '56, Student Lounge '56, Athletic Comm. '56, Order '56, Intramurals '55, '56, Library Club '55, '56, '57, Blair O'Debs '56, '57, Silrer Quill '55, '56, '57, Annual Show '56, Honor Soc. '56, '57 4Sec.D , Monogram Soc. '56, '57, Quill 8a Scroll '56, '57, Jr. Prom '56, Sr. Trip '57. BARBARA MAE TAIT, Student Lounge '56, '57, Homecom- ing '56, Dance '55, '56, '57, Chaplain's '56, Intramurals '55, Library Club '55, '56, '57, French Club '55, '56, '57, Pep CIUIJ 552 FTA '57, Sr. Play '57, Annual Show '56, Sr. Trip '57, Sr. Party '57, Jr, Prom '56, Adv. Chorus '56, '57, Monogram Soc. '57. MARIETTA PAULINE TANNER, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Blair Rollers '55, '56, '57. WILLIAM EDWIN TARBETT, JR. J. Theis, Jr. F. Thomas R. Thompson J. Thornburgh, Jr. m 'ii ' ' Q E '37 ta 7 - i ' .L f ,,, JOEL MATHLESS TEITELBAUM, Transfer: Cheltenham H.S., Elkins Park, Pa., Ways 81 Means '57, Chemistry Club '57, Science Club '57, Biology Club '57, Debating Club '57, FDNA '57, Sr. Play '57. JOHN WILLIAM THEIS, JR., Safety '57, Art Club '55. FRANK JAY THOMAS. J.V. Football '55, '56, '57, Boys' "B" Club '56, '57. BEVERLY ANN THOMPSON, H.R. V.P. '56, Intramurals '55, 06. 07. JANE LEISHEAR THOMPSON, Ways K Means '56, '57, Wel- coming '56, '57, Pep Club '55, '56, Silver Quill '56, Sr. Play Comm. '57, Spring Play Comm. '55, '56. JOYCE LEE THOMPSON, Paint Box '55, '56, '57. RUBY MANSFIELD THOMPSON, Transfer: Coolidge H.S.. D.C. JOHN JACOB THORNBURGH, JR. ELGENE ANTHONY THREN, Welfare '51 PATRICIA EDWARDS TICKNOR, Chaplain's '56, Ways 8 Means '57, Homecoming '57, Bible Club '57 lSec.l, FHA '56, Silver Quill '55, '56, '57, Annual Show '56, Blair Rollers '55, Adv. Chorus '56, Sr. Trip '57. ADELINE MARJORIE TONER, Welcoming '57, Ways 81 Means '57, Rifle Team '56, FHA '57, Jr. Newman Club '56, '57 B. Thompson J. Thompson J- Thompson E. Thren P. Ticknor A. Toner . . I 'ff 'N S' ! "" fd 6 -' as 5 '21 is 53 X ff , , 'fix .-.L i' C. TOWSIIEI' L, Trggle J. Turner S. Turner T. Van Horn T, Versis The members of the Senior Caps and Gowns Committee: E. Olinger, C. Orme, M. McKenney, K. Codman, and J. Mann, played an important part in the last activities of the seniors by mem- uring the class for the commencement dress. S. Traum L- TFIPC W. Tye N. Van Buskirk Ez, - izfgfv-1 57 3227 af' ' A ,' t. 1' fe if L. Tucker J. Van Camp CYNTHIA MERLE TOWSNER, Welcoming '57, Publicity '56, '57, School Store '57, Intramurals '55, Library Club '57, Silver Chips '55, '56, '57. LOUISA BURK TRAGLE, Vllelfare '56, '57, Publicity '55, Homecoming '57, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Annual Show '56, Sr. Play Comm. '57, Sr. Banquet '57 SUSAN TRAUM, Welfare '57, Activity Council '57, Library Club '55, '56, '57, Dabbers Den '56, '57 lPres.l, Foreign Exchange Club '56, FDNA '56, Spanish Club '57 tHistorianl, Silverlogue '56, Silver Quill '55, '56, '57, Annual Show Comm. '56, Sr. Play Comm. '57 lSub-Ch.l , Sr. Caps 8: Gowns '57. IRENE LOIS TRIPE, Blair Rollers '56, '57. LINDA JANE TUCKER, Election '55, '56, Athletic Comm. '55, '56, Home- coming '55, Intramurals '55, FTA '56, '57, Annual Show '55, '56, Majorettes '55, '56, Sr. Play '57, Sr. Prom '57. GEORGE LENNON TULL, Silver Quill '56, '57, Stage Crew '56, '57. CNot picturedl JOHN HARDEE TURNER. MARY SUZANNE TURNER, H.R. Treas. '57, Assembly '56, '57, Activity '56, Order '56, Athletic Comm. '56, '57, Inter-School Relations '55, Home- coming '55, '56, '57, FDNA '55, Annual Show '55, '56, Jr. Class Treas. '56, Jr. Party '56, Fashion Show '56, Sr. Gift '57, Cheerleader '56, '57. WILLIAM KING TYE. NANCY ELLEN VAN BUSKIRK, H.R. Sec. '57, Welfare '55, '56, Pep Club '55, Ice Skating Club '55, Annual Show '56. JAMES KIPLE VAN CAMP, Order '56. THOMAS HERBERT VAN HORN, H.R. Pres. '57, Order '56, Welfare '55' J.V. Football '55, Varsity '56, '57, Baseball '56, '57. y THOMAS SPEROS VERSIS, H.R. Pres. '56, H.R. V.P. '57, Assembly '56, '57, J.V. Soccer '55. BETTY DIANE VIA. RICHARD SARAM VOGEL. MELVYN GEORGE VOGTMAN, Ways 81 Means '57, Cross Country '55, '56, 57, Photography Club '55, '56 lV.P.J, '57, Boys' "B" Club '56, '57, P.A. An- nouncer '57, Disc Jockey '57. B. Via R. Vogel M- VOSUYIHU J. Wade S. Wainscott The Long Awaited Day Drew Near JANE .ANDERSON WADE, Homecoming 563 Pep Club '55, '56, Sr. Play Comm. '56, Sr. Cards 8: Announcements '57, Sr. Gift '57. SANDRA LEE WVAINSCOTT, YVays 8: bieans '55, Home- coming '56: Pep Club '56, Bank '57. HARRY MAURICE YVALEN, Science Club '563 Paint. Box Club '57, Band '56g Visual Aids '56. JOSEPH HERNOON WVALKER, Jr,, WVelfare '563 Visual Aids '55. WILLIAM KING WALKER. iNot pictured? JOHN CARTER YVARD, H.R, V.I'. '551 Track '55, CAROI. CVRTIS YVARNER, H.R. SCC.-Treas. '56, Home- coming '55, '57g Publicity '56, Athletic Comm. '56-'57 ICO-Chl g Order '56g Intramurals '55, '56, '57: Girls Planning Comm. '56, '57: Library Club '56, '57, Jr. Party '56g Sr. Prom '57. PATRICIA ROMAINE INARREN, Homecoming '57: Publi- city '56, Dance '55, '56, Athletic Comm, '57, Order '55, '56: Intramurals '55, '56 '57g Jr. Party '56, RICHARD IVARSAYV. ROBERT WARSAIV R. Warsaw H. Wheeler R. Warsaw I. Wertlieb i J, 1 ., , 14' ,-' Q E l 'ez K J 'ff' ,, ' I I L. , V, T, ,W . X .1 N ,tx , H. Walen i " Q ' ef l 11 J. Walker. ,lr. .l- Ward C. Warner P. Warren JOHN REAVI-QS NVATERS. fNot picturedj ROBERT WEIR WATERS, III, Order '55g Baseball '55, '56, '57: Rifle Team '55. LINDA CAROLE WATTS Intramurals '55, '56, '57g. Girls' "B" Club '57g FTA '57g Bible Club '57, Silver Chips '56 '57, Sr. Publicity '57. JEAN ROSE XVEISSBERG. ILENE WERTLIEB, II.R, See. '55g Sr. Party '57g FHA '56' Sr. Prom '7'. HARRY NIELVIN XVIII-1liI,ER, Blair Rollers '56, '57. SIYSAN JANE WHEI-1I.l-1R, Stutleut Lounge '571 ChapIain'S '57g Ilomecominv '57: Intramurals '55, '57g Library ub '55, '56 '57' Radio Club '55: French Club '56, 57 fPres.l: FDNA '56' Silver uill '56, '57: Le Journal' D'Argent 57' Annual Show '56, Sr. Play Comm. '57g Adv. Chorus '56 . . JOSEPH l'Al'I. XYHI'l'AKl'1R, Ortler '563 Citizenshi ' Z 'Welfare '57g Safety '57: Hotnecotuin '56g Soccer 'F' ' Tennis '35, '56, '57: Debating Club '55g Science Club '55 ' French Club '55, '56, '57, Spanish Club Library Club F . MARY KATHI-IRINI-i XVHITCOMB Band '55. R. Waters, III L. Watts J. Weissberg S. Wheeler J. Whitaker - Whilcomb D. White P. Whitehall H. Wilkinson C. Willett, Jr. Seniors At J. Wilson J. Wilson . 'leli . 2 l L 14 L, Wu., , . y 4- W,-A an if 1, - of if .-f"fg.+ Q :Q . , 5 V., t .. V 1, . .I , a - 1.. .. I. , I 4.81. M. Whiteman E. Willett E. Williams J. Wilson DIANE EILEEN WHITE, Homecoming '56, Sr. Prom '57. PETER KIMBALL WHITEHILL. MARY ELIZABETH WHITEMAN, Ways 81 Means '55, '56, '57, Welfare '57, Chaplain's '55, '56, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Foreign Exchange Club '56, '57- Bible Blazers '57, Sr. Play Comm. '57, Sr. Banquet '57, Sr. Baccalaureate '57, Band '55, '56. OTTO MELVIN WILDENSTEINER, Rifle Team '55, '56, '57, Chemistry Cxub '57, Science Club '57. BARBARA JEAN WILKERSON. HERBERT SWANN WILKINSON, H.R. V.P. '55, H.R. Pres. '56, '57, Order '56 lCo-Ch.l: Student Council '55, Citizenship '57 fCo-Ch.J, Student Lounge '56, Assembly '56, '57, Football '55, '56, J.V. Basketball '55, Jr. Class Pres. '56, Sr. Class Pres. '57, Nat'l Honor Soc. '56, '57, Masque 81 Gavel '57, Monogram Soc. '57. CORNELIUS WILLIAM WILLETT, JR. ELIZABETH CATHERINE WILLETT, Homecoming '56, Welfare '55, Intra- murals '55, Library Club '55, '56, '57, Sr. Caps 8: Gowns '57. EARLENE WILLIAMS, Student Council '57, Publicity '56, Student Lounge '56, Chaplain's '56, '57, Election '57, Inter-School Relations '57, Home- coming '55, '56, '57, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Adv. Chorus '56, Jr. Party '56, Sr. Party '57. JOHN HAMILTON WILSON, Order '56, Citizenship '57, Football '56, '57, French Club '56, '57. JOHN JACK WILSON. JUDITH ANN WILSON, Transfer: Anne Arundel H.S., Cambrills, Md., Ways 8: Means '57, Publicity '57, Homecoming '57, Intramurals '57, FTA '57, .Silver Quill '57. PAULA WILSON. SHIRLEY ADELE WILSON, H.R. Treas. '55, H.R. Sec. '56, Publicity '55, Ways 81 Means '55, Publicity '55, Intramurals '55, Ice Skating Club '55, Majorettes '56, '57. WARREN BERTRAM WIMER, H.R. V.P. '56, '57, Assembly '56, '57, Order '56, Citizenship '57, Athletic Comm. '56, '57, Homecoming '57, Football '55, '56, Soccer '55, Track '55, Sr. Trip '57. P. Wilson S. Wilson W. Wimer O. Wildensteiner B- Wilkerson 'MCI X V' x ' ll. Winson R. Winter M. Wollner W. Wood R. Woodchek J. Wright C. Wrobel P. Wyman C. Young E. Young DENNIS EUGENE WINSON, Intramurals '55, '56, Chemistry Club '57, Chess Club '57, Debating Club '57, Band '56, '57, Orchestra '55, Sr. Play '57, Sr. Prom '57, Sr. Baccalaureate '57. RICHARD JEFFERSON WINTER. MARGARET JANE WOLLNER WILLIAM EDWARD WOOD, Work Experience '56, '57. ROBERT ERNEST WOODCHEK, Assembly '57, Safety '57, Library Club '57. .IUDITH ANN WRIGHT, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Blair Rollers '55, '56, '57. CAROL ANNE WROBEL, School Store '55, Blair Rollers '55. PAUL WILLIAM WYMAN, Intramurals '56, Biology Club '55, science Club The Sh.Ol'el'lC1fTl '56, '57, Chess Club '56, '57 lTreas.y, Math Club '57 fTreas.l. CAROLE ANN YOUNG. EDWARD HYLON YOUNG. WAYNE RICHARD YOUNG. CAROL MARIE ZACIEWSKI, Ways 81 Means '55, '57, Activity '56, Dance '56, Order '56, Student Lounge '56, Intramurals '56, Pep Club '55, '56, Silver Chips '56, Silver Quill '56, Annual Show '55, '56. HARRY FREDERICK ZAHN, H.R. Treas. '56, Dance '56, '57, Golf '56, '57, Track '56, Photography Club '56, '57, Drill Team '56, Band '56, Sr. Ring '57. SARAH FRANCES MARIE ZEMO. W. Young C. Zaciewski H. Zahn 5- ZCIHO for ,L.l?.,,.q. If, ,,Z 2 1 2 ,wuz ,5 1 , fN-J-5 W 'f 5 4. -3 ist' 4, Q Hzli mr W 32' xr ' " 4 'ig f 2 H, , X! , iff ' ' A A g'd"""!'5"f'Qe.l1. 5 XI 1 x 1 wiv M R, X Q ff. 'Q I .f., swag, O 'Q W T x . gf ' M n , at 1, :Yu . ., X ' 1 1 - p H . ,wk' ' Zm f"9 z , A 146 Q A Z T7 -7 I I I . B.. March T was the date set for the Senior Banquet and the Naval Ordnance- Laboratory was the place. Captain W2 l. Martin. l'.S.N.. a battlefield observer of World War ll, was the' guest sp:-aka-r. V, Sharp. K. Anderson, li. Anderson. fl. Hansen. J. Gwyn. M. Daxis, M. Langenbach. P. Mayn, M. Kornegay. D. Mita-he-ll. M. Fry. A. Kline, B. Dixon, P. Davis. L. Tragel. P. Mister. J. Sakwa. B. llarlowe, S. Mason, J. Curnef' L. Lambert. M. O'Kane. S. Cross. P. Barkman, O. Wildenstiner, were the Committee members. Worked Hard Hard- we-rv sent to upperclase-men who were absent tor more than thrf-el days by the members of Senior Chaplain Com- mittee-: A. Irxingr. R. Bemies, Y. Kearns1Preston, T. Battles, Nl. Kalmus. ff. liable-, R. Durovic. G. Bell. Orders and distribution of the T-eniors' Cards and Announce- ments were hantllf-cl by this committee. who offered sug- ar-stions as to types of cards and numbers of announvements their fellow Classmates should buy. Row 1: S. Spiekerman, fl. Gable. J. Dennis. J. Dieste. B. Neville, Y. Kearns-Preston, M. Fri:-denburg. S. Solomon. Roux 2: N. Robinson, G. Hong. D. Crist. S. Smith. A. Sugg. R. Freas. H. Smith, N. Falron. Rau' 3: J. Wade, P. Butler, P. Ticknor, M. Stearns. ll. Gross. J. Rubin. L. Lambert. . A V h ,vi ,I o I ' l "T T: " E. rf , QV: . ' 'ggi A -: CT All . .. v i , ' r 5 e t ,tl 17 ....L. 41 lik 5" we 1 7, kg-i n vs 'g ' ,, 3 5',1,4.g,5g:3g5rM I4 ,. his-fa Rants 1: Nl. llt-rgfolk. ll. Kfvrnegzay. N. Mitchell. J. Dilliplane, ll. Neumann. P. Fallon, li. Tait. Y. Sharp. C. Hansen, .l S3llI'l'lCT4. J. Hivks. R015 2: D. Potter. K. Keyser. Y. Kearns: Preston. li. Nf-yille. C. Stokely. S. Leight. M. Fox. Xl. Freiden- he-rg. ll. Fmith. J. Silver. J. Cosdon, J. Kirsch. B. Geisler, S. Stonebanks. G. Green. J. Hackney. J. Hnbini. D. Hyland Nl. Duroff. B. Sagle. C. Warner, S. Cisar. P. Swartz. K. Corl- man. C. Exerett. C. Cable. Row 3: L. llarmon. P. Smith. KI. Shira. D. Appleby. J. Forer. J. Sokoloff. C. Hong. J. Lipo- witz. L. Sobel. J. Wright. J. Dennis. lsaaes. J. Smith. P. Daxis. P. Stuart. Bl. Fry. B. Shinklin. Xl. Parshall. ll. Love, Nl. Fitzpatrirk. D. Lndoyiei. Nl. BlcKenney. E. Olinger. K. Narey. P. Barkman. qt. Rivers. P. Wilson. XI. Kalmus. N. Falron. Rou' 1: R. Hoag. YY. Carroll. Nl. liz-asley. J. 0'lfe-rg. A. Arm- strong. li. Anastasi. A. lllank. J. Fakwa. ll. Akman. N. Alkire. Nl. Carcean. Nl. 91+-rnf-. E, .'XIll'lf'l"i0H. Nl. lfalu-r. D. Johannas. U. Martin. ll. Wmnlclwck, D. Aclanis. D. Niner, J. Axlev, .p-' Stein. J. Matthews. S. Stokes. J. Selirieber. Row 5: F. Spiekerman. E. Willett. N. Darby. C. Towsner. S. Friedman. ll. Ros:-n. S. Smith. F. Lanflwehr. J. Whitaker. F. Coofllnan. li, flnlrllu-rg. Il. ll:-ll. 0. Graham. D, Shure. J. Ftogo, K. ,Xn1lrrs0n. ff. llciflenrv-ieh. J. Heneh. J. Orchin. J. Thomp- .on. B. Jack-on. F. Wheeler. J. Curnee, A. Herson. Traum. Senior Library Club members presided as chair- men of standing committees. They represented Blair as delegates to the Nlaryland State Library Club Con- vention and it was often their responsibility to speak at formal functions. Seniors were obligated to train sophomores and juniors to assume Library Club duties anfl. of rourse. made sure that 'no lower elassmen ever passe-:l them with raised eyesf, lA :fl Q35 I .115 Nr Jgxgfzz 4 , 4' 5 I 1 :li ., X X ff' fl Cb 70 ul- 5 -wqlyv-P' fdf' n VI--3' 'ii vii .Eg -itll f-:L :ab qxsrflpl 'il 'fel' Q 8. FJJX I city if, .yygvgl 'QI Fl 3? Q Sirk 73 vu -gi. 'Q Y'-vw 'i' 'ev Q1 ar' fc' VJQIJZI' 2' zfwvab ,Sl 3' fel 'S' 'l V' 's QU 0' V '- h J 5 -I .. L v .. Q ' 5 , . .WV ,,y4 rl .V v 7' si 'qv stil gy Q' P V'-will 11- 59 RD vt up l Ss Cl 'U ,PD 2' fs' ff' Q. wx. fv ww gl, 'ilu gr, Sv Qi 'av V 5-5'-img' -ti, . Y A' l big r S 'instig- 150 Wlwn um ru-viwfl our diplomas at the close of our Montgomery Blair. In the future lay the various op- gracluation ceremony. we fondly bade farewell to portunities to be offered by the community. "We Go Forth Into the World ..." BERGMANN s O 4 6, go P PM LAUNDRY aww Beo es Wm, Qualnty zAMsKY srunlos .f"X wry Consc ous RE 7 5400 Q 623 G Sheet N W Phuladelph a 7 Pa Best Wishes for a Happy Successful Future To The Class of 57 L G BALFOUR COMPANY Suite 419 7'I'I 14th Street NW Washington D C O zcxal Mo tgo ery Bl r Hgh Rngs Annou ceme ts Stat e y Fa ors Medals Cups T oplnes THE SUBURBAN TRUST COMPANY I5 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS '57 2Vz'Ka Interest on Savings HYATTSVILLE : SILVER SPRING , V A nfl ,N ' if an ' I ' Q -' 03' QW Sem r n r u res 1, JL' I '-V .5 7, , "lnwx'4" 'J by :Ky Q W2 3 C fn " I' 'ef' 3 1 U f , 'SQ L 4 2 1007 MARKET STREET 1 2"-M .f s If - 5 fif Qi ,J ' I - i I -J ..'1-QQ . , . . Q I I O . . " I o o I o o ' n m ai i i n n , ion r , v 1. l T l Begm Now a SECRETARIAL BUSINESS CAREER' Improve Your Abzlztzesl Guarantee Your Future' SECRETARIAL STENOGRAPHIC ACCOUNTING BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT TYPING for TEENS Gardner SCHOOL of BUSINE Sulte 218 Sllver Sprung Bldg SS 8605 Cameron Street JU 7 9052 LITTLE TAVERN SHOPS mconronnzn Famous or Hamburgers Buy Tlvem By The Bag 40 Locatnons n W3ShlngfOH Balumore Popular Support Has Made Posszble Nzneteen Years o Steady Progress Crow wztlv Szlver Sprzng 8575 GEORGIA AVENUE Sllver Sprung Md Phone JU 94444 mg Flowers or all occaszons CLARK S FLOWERS Howard and Bettye Mouck 8648 COLESVILLE ROAD Silver Sprung Md JU 94822 JU 94823 THE CLASS I9 5 8 O OOO - f . H. V A O . I Q -I- O 9 I . ll ll A MV J. V. A 1 f ' , 1 . f 1 , . . . t i I D 7 . - . - D we suy ff S' 4 .r if 2 A r- ' '77 ' -9 II! I I i Ja SIL I ING 4 5 xg f . ffsvm g at ' CLASS OF THE BANK SILVER SPRING 8701 Geo ga Ave S ve Sp g d b fFD The gang always meets at the HUT SHUPPEH CRUSTY PIE C0 INC WE SERVE DELICIOUS PIES MONTGOMERY BLAIR 30 O STREET N E AD 27111 Tlme out for refreshment COCA COLA BOTTLING C0 SILVER. SPRING MD Con r ulatxons ,iii to the '57 r i . il r rin , M . Mem er o . .I.C. O 0, . f Y X w TO J N5 9 I 0 o L' , mu. UNOII AUYIUOHYT Ol ff COCL-CGA COIYAIY .V Wmwtimm Washington 15, D. C. District 7-5300 V Where courtesy and quahty are tradltlonal An mstxtuuon of mdxvxduals dedicated to provxdmt, better merehfmdlse and rendering better service for the people of the Washxngton area A Store Worthy of the Nations Lapltal FHEIJLANIJ .IEWELEHS 'U 8616 COLESVILLE ROAD Silver Sprung Md JU 8 4700 At Montgomery Blazr The smartest gn-ls get mto the fashxon class when they shop at JELLEFF S THE CLASS OF 1959 I U ,Q y I I ' it me Q5 Q., s,,, , . tw, A E Recording XDXllNlSll1 XFION Cllltl'tIlLC H1 filth I1 wr rx lllllfl al Sicrctarml Qtaff Studfnt Councrl COINIIIIHCC 11111111 Athlttlc A crnlmly Chapl un CIIIICH hlp Dance Lliillllll Forel n lfxchan e Inter School Relatlons llono ram Puhlicrtx Safety School Store Student Loun e Vt axs S. Means We lcomln V1 Llf lrc Student Councxl Offxcers Student Court ADX ERTISENIENTS Balfour Bank of Sllwer r1n Bergmann s Clark s Flowers Cla s of 1951 Class of 1958 Class of 1959 Coca Co a Cru tw Ple lredland Jewelers Gardner School of BUCIHCSS Hot Shoppe Llttle Taxern Suburban Tru t Company XX oodssard S Lothrop Wu ht s Jewelry Zam lt Our Interests In Activities D D D D O O D D J O D D D D P015 SPORTS B1 elmll Ba lxcthall J X Bllxctmall Cro Country Football J 1 Foothill o Rifle SUCICI 'lenm Track CL NSSLS ,lunlol s JLIIIIOI' Commlttees Junlor Party Jumor Prom ,lumor Offrcers Senlors SCIIIOI' Connnlttees Awards Baccalaureate B mquet C lps S. Gowns Cards St Announcements Chaplaxn Commencement C1 t Party P ay Prom Relatlons ln Trip Semor Ofhcers Sophomores Sophomore Offlcers CLL Bs Aud1o Bankln Blolo y Blalr 0 Debs ox Boy Plannm Comm1ttee Broadca ter Cheml try 99 108 110 144 O O 91 97 ,-L. 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