Mount Airy High School - Torch Yearbook (Mount Airy, MD)

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TURQ f A S N ff, iry Senior' Mtg fu ivy, Maryland FOREWORD The Class of 1958 started frrst grade shortly after the Atom Bomb had burst on a startled world Wrth thrs power man now for the fust trme has the opportunrty to create t1on to make thrs chorce We hope we have been properly trarned to choose wrsely CONTENTS TITLE FOREWORD DEDICATION ADMINISTRATION FACULTY PERSONNEL SENIORS UNDERCLASSMEN JUNIOR HIGH WHO S WHO PROM ACTIVITIES SENIOR HIGH CLASSES ORGANIZATIONS MUSIC ATHLETICS ADVERTISEMENTS heaven on earth or to destroy ir, It will fall to our genera- I -ff' P' ffgj 5535 af. iss' r :W ,wx iff 9 J' fud- 'RMK 1 if-3546 af DEDICATI MRS EMILY BROWN It IS w1th deep apprecratxon and gratrtude for the many trreless hours that you have spent w1th us that we the Class of l958 dedtcate our edmon of the Torch to you Mrs Brown Throughout our years 1n hlgh school you have encouraged us to arm hrgh for great achtevements to become better ctuzens and to make the most of what ltfe has to offer We wtll always remember your support ln all of our SCIIVIIICS Now as we leave htgh school to face the world we wtll be able to meet tts challenges wtth conftdence because of your help and gutdance For all of your patxence, devotton and untulng effort we the Class of 1958, gratefully thank you, Mrs. Brown. 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JENNESS, Superintendent of Schools BCARD CF EDUCATIO CLIFTON WARNER, Manchester MRS. PEARL G. THOMPSON, Mt. Airy CARROLL COU TY MARYLA D Vice President, Sykesville DEVRIES R. HERIN G, PAUL R. NISWANDER President, Union Bridge ELMER PFOUTZ, Westminster A LBERT LAWYER, Westminster ADMINISTRATIO MR, JOHN F WOODEN, JK High School Supervisor Mr Jesse L Starkey Pnncrpal received his hrgh school educatron at Rrchwood High School in West Vugrnra He was graduated from Westem Mary land College tn 1948 Four years later he was a warded his Masters Degree at George Washington Umversrty Hrs frrst teaching in Carroll County was done at Manchester School After thrs assrgnment he was appointed Principal of Elmer Wolfe School After spendrng three years at Union Bridge Mr Starkey was appointed Prmc rpal of MountA1ry School Mr, John F. Wooden, Jr. , County High School Supervisor, was graduated from ahigh school in Kent County in 1923. He received his Bachelor of Arts Degree at Western Maryland College, continuing his studies at Columbia University, he was awarded his Master's Degree in 1932, His first assignment as a teacher in Carroll County was at Mount Airy School where he taught four years. From Mount Airy he was transferred to Taneytown High School and upon com pleuon of this assrgnment he was appomted prrnci pal at Sykesvrlle a post he held for ten years I 1946 he was appointed to hrs present positron high school supervisor MR. IESSEL STARKEY Pnncrpal it Iwi in M ADMINISTRATIO MRS. FRANCES FREE Elementary Vice Principal Towson State Teachers College i MR. HARRIETON MERRITT Junior High Vice Principal Salem State College Glenville State College West Virginia University .o A at-A MR. CHESTER ELDER Senior High Vice Principal West Virginia University Glenville State College MR. PHILIP AINES Physical Education Health - Science Middlebury College New York University MR. EUGENE BOUEY Mathematics Mount Saint Mary's College MRS. MARGARET MILLER Tenth Grade English World History Western Maryland College 1 'S' , . MRS. IUSTA THOMAS Senior High Science Biology Westem Maryland College MRS. DOROTHY ETZLER Music Western Maryland College MRS. MARGARET MANN French - Library Senior English Western Maryland College MR. KENNETH MUSSARI MR. DONALD STONER Social Studies Physical Education Mount Saint Mary's College Health Economic Geography Shepherd College 5' if MRS. LOUISE BARNES MRS. EMILY BROWN English Guidance Counselor Social Studies Western Maryland Western Maryland College College MR. CLAUDE GRIMMETT MR. HARRIETON MERRITT English Administration Social Studies Mathematics West Virginia Salem State College Wesleyan Glenville State College West Virginia University MR. CHARLES BORCHERS Industrial Arts Western Maryland College MR CHESTER ELDER Administration Senior lligh English West Virginia University Glenville State College MISS SHIRLEY CROSS MISS RUTH KIMMEY Home ECOf1OIr1iCS Commercial Courses University of Western Maryland Maryland College MR, HAROLD THOMPSON Agriculture General Business University of Maryland MR. GEORGE BRUMFIELD Science Mathematics University of Pittsburgh Penn State MRS, ALEATHA CARLSON MRS, BARBARA SWEENEY English English Social Studies Social Studies Western Maryland College St. Joseph's College MISS JOYCE MURDOCK MISS GAYLIA GILES Physical Education Junior High Physical Science Education University of North Carolina Science Duke Lincoln Memorial University Western Maryland College 1 YG? MR, EARL HERSH MR. FRANK MILLER Science Instrumental Music Mathematics Shepherd College West Chester State Teachers College I3 T SPECIAL EVENTS he Dedication Choir l Mr, Bouey and Mr. Elder enjoying Faculty Recreation Day! Govemor McKe1din and Mrs. Ellis Day, member of the Mt. Airy Chapter of P, T.A PERSONNEL ..,.. Custodians Mr. Floyd Bitler and Mr. Leland Pickett Mrs. Buckman, Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Rhinecker Mrs. Ridgley, Mrs. Brandenburg, Mrs. Arrington, Mrs. Twenty, Mrs. Buckman as ., gb 51 9 o , .I 9 Junior High Secretary - Mrs. Barbara Hansberger Senior High Secretary - Mrs. Dorothy Wagner I ie 6 5 'G 'Q To the Class of 1958: I give my best wishes to you as-the first graduating class from the new high school building. I want to commend you for the leader ship, inspiration, and examples you have given for the future classes to use as their standards. From every indication of your individualfuture plans, your class will accept their responsibility to provide the abilities and interests needed to aid our world society in progressing scientifically and so cially to an ever higher plane of endeavor. I challenge you to continue to think big and to take an active part in the important things in life, You know of the ever expanding horizon of scientific knowledge and the need fu' our continued efforts to adapt and adjust our social living to these changes. Iexpect to see many outstanding individual efforts in both the scientific and social areas made by members of your class. Education never stops. I hope that you have acquired in our school a taste for more INFORMATION and will temper this with thought and transform it into KNOWLEDGE, With this knowledge proper existence, and action, you will gain wisdom. Seek always WISDOM I Remember that it always PAYS to STAND FOR SOMETHING or you will likely fall for anything. Best wishes. vm VA i Xi WA YNE NORWOOD Presrd ent l On "QQ FAITH FARVER, PATRICIA TOPPER, Vrce Presldent Treasurer -Elf, 155 Nr' -..-9' N? WY" BETTIE MOORE DIANE GARDNER Secretary Edrtor rn Chref THE TORCH 1958 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS l uv' Z' MR, KENNETH MUSSARI Advrsor ' 53 oi .. -uf? A QPU S fi fy "uw C i x i IRVIN MONROE BOHR, JR. "Irvin" Course - General Junior Varsity Basketball 15 Track 3g Band 5g Key Club 2g Boys' Athletic Association 2. . . . short'n cute. . . always working on his "hot" Ford . . . comes from Winfield . . . one of our own Riley Raiders . . . frequently seen with one of our shortest Senior girls. CHARLES WESLEY BARNES, JR. "Butch" Course - General Band and Orchestra 4. . . . tall, slim fellow. . . may be found anywhere, especially in West- minster . . . drives a hot Chevy . . extremely fond of records and girls. BARBARA ANNE VERONICA BRENGLE Barbs Course General Future Homemakers of America 1 . . . "the new girl in our class . . . has curly red hair and big brown eyes . . . favorite pals in- clude Pat, Betty, and Beatrice . . . special interests are clothes, Millard Bobby, and cars, especially a '57 Plymouth. I9 RALPH GILBERT BUCKMAN, JR. "Gilbert" Course - Acadetnic Student Council Presidentg Class President, 10th Gradeg l-lomeroom President, 9th Gradeg Band and Orches tra :Sp Band President 25 Boys' Athletic Association Secretary 45 Varsity Club lg Soccer 49 Junior Varsity Basketball 1, Senior Varsity Basketball 2g Base- ball 3. . . . sparkling brown eyes and a personality to match . . . owns a ready Ford with dual OJ mufflers . . . member of Riley's Raiders . . . dates a red-headed Junior . . . blows the trumpet like Ray Anthony. WILSON DAVID CANTWELL "Butch" Course - General Boys' Athletic Association 3g Basket- ball Lig Baseball lg Track 1. . . . dark brown eyes and black hair . . . neat dresser. . . has one inter- est - Ann . . . runs a 1932 Chevy and 'ST Chrysler on Esso gas only. 20 sv. "4 7' sr... 4? . if 'I -if . Vi XV x 4414, if Y' M , A 'yi . ,, 4' ,ruff .4 1 'Y ",?x ifQe?t-wi ' fi 'Q BEA TRICE IRENE BURDETTE "Bea" Course - General Laso Club 29 Future Homemakers of America lg Glee Club lg Dancing Club 1, . . . friendly andfusuallyj quiet . . . always seen with Betty . . . works a Zile's. fi' Q' Y 5 a cHARLEs RAYMOND DELASHMIT ..Ray.. Course - General Chairman of TORCH WEEK Dance Soccer. . . . a new and welcome addition to our class . . . hands the girls' that special line . . . excels in athletics . . . enjoys motorcycle rides and a certain Senior girl. -vi PAUL ELLIOTT CLARY "Elliott" Course - General Boys' Athletic Association 2, Vice President 5 Varsity Club lg Basket- ball 4g Soccer 25 Track 2g Baseball lg Student Council Member lg Assist- ant Advertising Manager of THE TORCH. . . . big tease and tormenter . . has a certain way with girls . . . hangs out at Fire House, Bowling Alley . . . works at Smiths' Grocery . . . Mt. Airy's future Fire Chief. JAMES NATHANIEL DORSEY lll Jimmy Course Vocational Future Farmers of America 4 Re porter Sentinel Key Club 3 Boys Athletic Association 2, Treasurerg Soccer 4g Baseball 3g Track 4g Bas- ketball 1. . . . our husky giant-sized athlete . . . runs a taxi service to and from school . . . likes to do flips on the soccer fields. . . Mrs. Mann's favorite pupil 171. 2l ROBERT FRANCIS DUNN, JR. "Bobby" Course - General . . . Yul Bryner's one desire - to have Bobby's hair . . . one of our true blue Chevy lovers . . . dates an irish lass named Colleen. RALPH FRANCIS EVANS 'Ralph' Course - General Hobby Club 2. . . . very quiet. . . owns a hot Ford coupe . . . special interest lies in sports, especially ping pong. - Tit' ' A SV fs.11fW':". x wgwfajag t JAMES EDWARD ELGIN, JR. "Jimmy" Course - Vocational Future Farmers of America 4g Future Farmers of America Vice Presidentg Baseball lg Basketball 1. "Oh Yea ll" . . . our tallest friend . . . sports a '56 Plymouth . . . goes with a 5' 6" brunette Senior . . . has a special meaning in 'Faith Hope, and Charity. " 45 se' R rf? ,ig 4' fifth my 4 wg? F? gif 1' ,fizigm .2 f- K 1: wi.: 'S F5 . Q . qqivm, . ' ff:-ff-'--zz , -,-W, Q1 1 ,e 4'l?735TUi ' 5 Look outl I'm backl r 1 ' f glwf' :Uv 'z Q 1- , 5 Q f" 54 ,L in 4 ie 'fag .i .mfg A Chrysler product, need Isay more? 2 "Hello, there BETTY MARQUERITE GARTRELL "Shortie" Course - General Future Nurses of America lg Future Homemakers of America 1. . . . long wavy hair . . . has a special interest down at the Univer- sity of Maryland . . . likes a '54 Ford and a beau known as Joe. C . ..K NISE JOHN STANLEY GOODWIN "Stanley" Course - General Boys' Athletic Association 2g Soccer 1. . . . one of our flat-top classmates . . "Nothing better than a Chevy' . . Mrs. Etzler's favorite soloist UQ - -.LAL U4 .:.:.,-e. , , ,' '31 ...Q 1 . -ffm. an ' - , 4. Q . ., G-.jigif-Gp DIANE LENORE GARDNER "Diane" Course - Academic Editor-in-Chief of THE TORCHg Student Council 2, Treasurerg Future Teachers of America 3, Sec- retaryg May Day Attendantg Outdoor Sports lg Girls' Athletic Association 3, Secretaryg Basketball 3g Speed- ball 2g Volleyball 29 Referee 1. . . . beauty plus brains. . . Mr. Mussari's man Friday . . . interest- ed in a particular McDonogh Cadet . . . can'r wait for T. G. I. F. day . . . likes ice cream and cookies for breakfast. - Hu-I l ll WARREN EUGENE HARRISON "Warren" Course - Academic Key Club 2, Key Club Secretaryg Boys' Athletic Association 39 Presi- dent of 9th Grade Homeroomg JV Basketball 2g SV Basketball lg Base- ball 2g Soccer 2g Chairman of Class Nightg Sports Editor of THE TORCH, . . .dark hair and dark eyes.. . teach- ers' favorite complainer about home- work. . . treasurer of Riley's Raiders , , ,interested in a certain freshman . . .a future VPI man, JOSEPH AARON GREEN, IR. "Joe" Course - Vocational Future Farmer's of America 3, FFA Secretary, , , , coal black hair with sideburns , , , drives a Ford. . . always found around Ellen, , , came to us from Westminster. gf' ' ff - u v fl Q 'Z ,Jill r fx m , Mg- ,,,..-un A IUDITH MARIE JACKSON Wjudy., Course - General Future Homemakers of America 1. ,, , friendly, polite, and quiet. . . likes cooking and sewing. . .ef1i0Y5 a good time. . .pals around with some of the Jur1i01'S. KENNETH ROBERT KEISTER "Kenny" Course - Vocational Futurc llarnicrs ofA1ncrica 4g Key Club lg Socccr lg Bascball l. . . . always joking and teasing. . . better known as "Shystcr" . . . found at thc Bowling Allcy in his sparc tirnc. JULIUS JOHN KETELSEN "Johnny" Course - General Key Club 3g Boys' Athletic Associ- ation 2. . . . blonde hair and a big smile . . . another Ford fan . . . ardent pool shark . . . often seen around Winfield or sleeping along the high- way . . . chauffeurs Buzz to school. HERBERT RONALD KESSLER "Ronnie" Course - General Future Teachers of America lg Laso Club 2g Hobby Club lg Circulation Manager of THE TORCHg TORCH DANCE King. "I don't know" . . . sports a flat- top . . . Senior Assembly represent- ative . . . enjoys TV, movies, and dancing OJ. i EARL WALTER KLINI3 "Earl" Course - Vocational Future Farmers of America 4g Fut- ure Farmers of Anrcrica Reporterg Boys' Athletic Association 12g Man- ager of Basketball and Soccer Teams . . . brown hair and green eyes. . . FFA newspaper man. . . drives a blue Pontiac and collects little pink slips. . . who's the girlfriend, Earl? ROBERT SAMUEL KLEIN "Bob" Course - Academic C0-Sports Editor of THE TORCHg Photographers Club 2g Key Club lg Projectionist Club 4g Bus Patrol 6g Boys' Athletic Association 3g Soccer 25 Basketball lg Track 4. . . . tall and red-headed. . . loves homework and studying . . . Caplaifl of our soccer team . . . enjoys deer hunting and guns. CHARLES WILLIAM KNILL "Bill" Course - Vocational Future Farmers of America -lg FFA President, FFA Secretaryg Student Council ll, Soccer .jg Track 35 Pro- jectlonist Club 23 TORCH WEEK Committee. . . . tall 'n handsome. . . foot- ball player type. . . green Ply- mouth with white walls - who could asl-. for more? . . . has tried commuting between Mount Airy and Towson State Teachers' Coll- ege. 27 RUTH ANN LAMB "Snuggles" Course - Commercial Dance Club lg Majorette Club 2. "Watch it" . . . Butch's better half . . . likes to argue in P. O. D. , and ride in a '32 Chevy. . . Mr. Muss- ari's nominee for our first female President. MARY FRANCES LOVELL "Mary" Course - Commercial School Orchestra 2g Typist for THE TORCH. "lmagine that!" . . . dependable and efficient - that's our Mary . . . Pat's other half . . . big interest in the scientific fields . . . college or not? . . . frequent visitor in Mr. Brumfield 's Physics class. 28 Y f 'Y 1 WILLIAM ERVIN LEWIS "Billy" Course - Academic Laso Club lg Hobby Club lg Track Manager 1. "Jeesie Peesie" . . . our answer to Einstein . . . wizard at Physics, Chemistry, and Trig . . . interested in cameras and collects stamps . . . favorite pastime - Mary. ,WN ...YL- BONNIE ANN MAGIN "Bonnie" Course - Commercial Future Homemakers of America lg Bus Patrol 2, Captain, Secretary, Basketball 1, Volleyball 4, Adver- tising Manager of THE TORCH. . . . dark eyed, friendly, and polite . . . gets surprising effects from a piece of cloth, both in creating and in wearing . . . loves to cook, too. . . usually seen in a '57 Ford with Billy. Ranch' 1 JERRY ALLEN LOWMAN "Buzz" Course - Academic Key Club 3, Treasurer, Band 5, May Day Attendant, Carroll County Band 5, Carroll County Patrol Band 1, Boys' Athletic Association2g Basket- ball, Class President 7th Grade and Sth Grade. . . . dark hair and brown eyes . . . drives a Chevy rag-top . . . mem- ber of Riley's Raiders . . . usually seen with a certain Junior Girl . . . frequent visitor to Ridgeville and the Bowling Alley. r-X ,wr a-2,.- A stitch in time. CHARLOTTE ANNE MARICK "Rube" Course - Commercial Girls' Athletic Association lg Future Partners of America Sweetheartg Art Editor of THE TORCH, Art Club 1, Secretary, Horse Club 2, President, Dance Club lg Basketball 2. "So What's the big spread7" . . cute brunette with warm smile . . . Ace's sidekick. . . likes horses, a black and yellow Ford, spaghetti, and pizza . . . drives a '35 V-8 Ford . . . what's that stuff in your pocket- book, Charlotte? 29 RICHARD JONAS MARING "Richard" Course - Vocational Future Farmers of America 3g FFA Presidentg FFA Treasurerg Soccer 2g Basketball 1. . . . strong and muscular . . . likes girls in general . . . believes in work before pleasure . . . our fut- ure Vaughn Monroe. BETTIE JANE MOORE "Bettie" Course - Academic DAR Winnerg Literary liditot of TORCHg 5enior Class Secretaryg Sec- retary of llomeroom-9th Gradcg Fu- ture Teachers of America 153 FTA Presidentg FTA Historiang Girls' Ath letic Association 35 GAA Secretaryg Cheerleading and Majorette Club lg Speedball 3g Volleyball Referee lg Manager of Volleyball lg Cheet- leader lg TORCH DANCE Queen. . . . our literary whizz . . . al- ways full of pep . . . FTA prexy . . . hopes to get to College Park . . . especially fond of Buieks, R.iley's Raiders, and lrvln. 755. V' BETTY LEE MILLER "Betty Lee" Course - Comtnercial Bus Patrol 25 Horse Club lg Glee Club l. . . . long, long pony tail. . . has a sm ile for everyone. . . runs ar- ound with Ruth . . . one of our lunch time disc jockeys. . . Mr. Elder's secretary. 49 'asa ' RUBY MARIE NORWOOIJ "Marie " Course - Commercial Miss Fire Prevention of Mr. Airyg Dance Club 19 Majorette Club 1. . . . blue eyes and good looks . . seen with Phyllis . . . likes the Saturday night dances . . . better known as "Dirnples" . . . her one and only hails from Keyesville. frlfxrllr' lil.LlfX Nklriiili "Ellen" Course - Central Cllecrluad-qrlgC0-C.L.li:.11Lrziol Class Slirghtg Mrjorprrt Club l. . . . long ponyriil .and dark t-res . . . rriwaus with Joe. . . best friend is Lily Mic . . . ncxer tr dull rrroztrqrir wgrerr illlcn's Jiillllld . . . luiowu for her fast walk and "Where-' joe ral ALLAN WAYNE NORWOOD "Wayne" Course - General Senior Class Presidentg Class Treas- urer llth Gradeg Student Council 2. . . . always teasing someone. . . voted besr driver in our school . . . friend ro everyone . . . shoulders rhe load of the Senior Class. 3I WILLIAM DA VID NORWOOD "Bill" Course - Academic . . . speaks French fluently. . . likes to work with electric products . . . drives a mean motor scooter . . reads too fast for Mr. Elder. LILY MAE AGNES PICKETT "Lily Mae" Course - Commercial Cheerleading Club lg Dance Club 1. "Whazoom, that's wonderfull " . . . sparkling eyes and a clear complex- ion. . . runs around with Ellen and Ann. . . frequently seen with a Frederick fellow. 32 'FQ' COLLEEN VIRGINIA OZMAN "Colleen" Course - Commercial Laso Club 25 Laso Club Presidentg Laso Club Secretaryg Glee Club lg Bus Patrol 1. "I don't care". . . brown-eyed irish brunette . . . noted for the silver streak in her hair . . . neat dresser . . . interest - R. F. D. and not Rural Free Delivery . . . likes dancing and hillbilly music. R 1 HELEN LOUISE RABY "I-Ielen' Course - Commercial Future Nurses of America 25 FNA Secretaryg Laso Club lg Laso Club Vice Presidentg Bus Patrol 15 Bus Patrol Lieutenant. . . . short 'n cute. . . nicknamed 'Shrimp' . . . dates our "new guy . . . pleasing personality. . . fa- mous for fancy handwriting . . . comes from Woodbine. .glib 3 CHARLES HENRY POPE, JR "Rod" Course - General Boys' Athletic Association lg Basket- ball 2g Track lg Bus Patrolg Band and Orchestra. . . . shortest member of our class . . . drives acool Henry 1. . . new member in Fire Department . . . member of the RiIey's Raiders crew . . . likes rock 'n roll music and girls. 5-,ad PATRICIA ANN SELBY "Pat" Course - General Future Homemakers of America lg Laso Club 25 Dancing Club lg Glee Club 1. . . . blonde hair and blue eyes. . . pals around with Betty, Beatrice, and Barbara . . . likes to go to drive- ins in a '54 Buick. 33 RUTH LORETTA SHUMAKER "Ruth" Course - Commercial Library Club lg Typist for THE TORCH. "Good night!" . . . nice to knew . . . fond of hillbilly music and skating . . . main interest - Don . . . Betty Lee's best friend. SALLY JANE THOMAS "Sally" Course - General Future Nurses of America 2, Presi- dent: Student Council 2g Future Homemakers of America 2, Sec- retary, Presidentg Cheerleader lg TORCH WEEK committee. "Great heavens! What will l do now?" . . . bright red hair. . . temper to match . . . not to be persuaded but nice to know . . , neat' n peppy. MARY JANE TABLER "Ace" Course - Commercial Girls' Athletic Association lg Dance Club 2g Horse Club 2g Basketball 1. "Keep it cool!" . . . giggly blonde who comes from Fritztown . . . al- ways counting her Brownie Points . . . likes blue Fords and a fellow named Tommy . . . fond of swim- ming, football, and horseback rid- ing. PATRICIA ANN TOPPER "Pat" Course - Commercial Business Manager of THE TORCHQ Senior Class Treasurerg Class Treas- urer 10th Gradeg Class Secretary 11th Gradeg Student Council 1. . . . dependable and efficient. . . quiet until you know her , . . Mr. Mussari's left hand man . . . makes mysterious visits to Emmitsburg . . . sometimes seen on Pennsylvania Turnpike . . . 1tzie's Special Angel. 'N ll? BRENDA JOYCE THOMPSON "Brenda" Course - General Future l-iomemakers of America lg Dance Club 15 Glee Club lg Laso Club 1. . . . black hair and brown eyes . . seen at Mt. Airy Dance on Saturday nights . . . heart throb is a certain fellow in Baltimore . . . watches for a green Dodge. WILLIAM RICHARD WALKER Richard Course Academic Key Club 3 President Student Coun cil 4g Class President 11th Grade, . . . wavy red hair. . . hates Fords especially his own . . . President of Riley's Raiders . . . goes hunting with "special" bullets . . . one desire - to be able to run faster . . highest l. Q. in Senior Class. RONALD EUGENE YEAGER "Ronnie" Course - Vocational Future Farmers of America 4, Sen- tinel, Treasurer, Varsity Club 1, Boys' Athletic Association 2, Presi- dentg Key Club 15 Student Cotuicil 2, Vice Presidentg Soccer 4g Base- ball 3g Basketball 4g Track 4. . . . tall, dark, 'n handsome. . . high- est salesman for THE TORCH ads. , . star athlete. . . runs a '49 Ford that will whip anythingr, , Jeff For all we know we may never meet again, Before we go we'll make this moment sweet again, We won't say goodbye until the last minute, We'll hold out our hands, and our hearts will be in them, For all we know this may only be a dreamg We come and go like a ripple on a stream. So love me tonight, tomorrow was made for some, Tomorrow may never come, for all we know. "Deeds not Words' 'Facta non Verba" - Butler Baby Blue and White pink Carnation 36 191 , Q qr 41 'Isl 6' O I 1 18: eo Ial sw: O jr il 4 Y has 1 USS gal Q, AQ, ' A Y- 'Q 39 , uw! . 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'is' Jn!! x wily, ,D A 1-iii-., Valerie Coale Mark Culwell Andrew Davis George Davis David Day Gerald Dixon Charles Dorsey Marlene Dorsey Ronnie Dorsey Charles Dodson Delia Doxzen Ann Dunn Eugene Eyler Faye Farver Eva Fleming Thomas Fleming Eugene Franklin Patricia Franklin Vera Franklin Louise Frizzell 96I Nancy Frizzell Patricia Gartrell Bill Greer David Grimes Carol Grimm Suzanne Gunn Gloria Haines Roy Harrington Shirley Harrison Donald Hash Darlene Hawkins Carol Hilbinger Pat Holmes Larry Ireland Teddy Iser QT' Sharon Jenkins Thomas Jones Eugene Keister Robert Kidd Robert Kimball Eddie Cline Irene Knill Robert Leatherwood Annette Livesay Marjorie Livesay Elmer Longmire Kathleen Lovell Donald Magin Betty Maring Johnny Mays Nancy McMi11ion Priscilla Miller Janet Moore Eddie Morgan Daisy Muller .Ax fs , W-. 4 Eau J .W P , wma . 4 3 , g SX' , A , K , -Q Q59 123 QE 5 T if Ein if f' if 'P 'FQ' ff? .J If ,MW 4: aj I' s 0 ' 1 , I r I Pi X V.IZ1lLfLi E J N f 1 v ' 1 4 5 1l 5 .4-f' g LLYX3or H155 CRCG' X 1 . f 1 Lk, 4, -ffl '- lf, , ,Q 1.5, 1 ' 'P if -5455 ?5gfv'.g4z' lwzfv. if -Q ' fi if .3 "f y , R fl , .,, 5 Z A 'N 1 V 5 55 F I 5 -ff 3 E .Q iq + if Y' f V E " i ff C ,,.. X Y? S ' Q , 'F 1- ' 1 fr X 2' if 5 ' Q! 5' 4, sa V J Sl XX Y Q H 5? V ., 'Si' - ' -. Y ff - ..., f my if ,1'fE"" ' , ,' ,Q gg- X 1 53 gig - pf i M42 - - .5-,f W . ,, t ,, , V E L R K kfmfiaf 1 . in I 5 1 F k Q, I A - W . . 1 ' 5- A " 4 9 f i 'f 1, f SFX?-a-f -5 f ,W Q . Q wo - ' I' A 3 E14 5 . if L , in f 5 ' ' 1 if ' gf 'it '. 9 .igj 4 'H f A H L, M. uv V + 45 A fav .Qzss A ff 'Q' ' 'if -I'ffQ52-'Q ,W pf 2 , Q' . ,' 3' 4' Q V , ,Vai ,. : L L , Q ii? H ., , , . 'V , I 1 N 12 5 gg 7TH GRADE ATCMS OF '63 7-A MR. CLAUDE GRIMMETT First row, seated: Charles Diller, Linda Miller, David Middleton, Kerry Weldon, Kenneth Cook, John Gauger, Mary Ann Pickett, Ann Gue, Mr. Claude Gri.mmett Homeroom Teacher. Second row: Patricia Dixon, Mary Buxton, Bassie Gosnell, Rob- ert Rimbey, Tom Gartrell, Ernest Ogle, Charlotte Crabe, Judy Hooper, Eliza- beth Younger, Douglas Day. Third row: Ann Trescott, Loretta Harrison, Carol Neff, Tom Ogle, Ruth Davis, Bonnie Molter, June Smith, Kenny Poole, Mary Gauger, Delores Mundy. 7-B MRS. WILLIAM SWEENEY First row, seated: Ada Greer, Darryl Nor- wood, Ronald Dick, Ronald Franklin, Douglas Mayes, Betty May Williams, Sylvia Moxley, Francis Buckley, Mrs. William Sweeney - Homeroom Teacher. Second row: Margaret Elgin, Carl Maring, Mark Coale, Norma Buchanan, Ira Burd- ette, Alma Atkinson, James Livesay, Thomas Wagner, Roy Conaway. Third row: Keith Coburn, Norma Knight, Helen Wilder, Patti Stegman, Rosalie Kirken- dall, Doris Franklin, Sandy Linton, Caro- line Martell, Carol Arrington. 7-C MR. PHILIP AINES First row, seated: Fay Ann Kilby, Mary Jane Jones, Blaine Pollard, Janice Rimbey, Ronnie Linton, Diana Moxley, Jimmy Hoff, Peggy Warfield, Mr. Philip Aines- Homeroom Teacher. Second row: Ralph Murray, Kirt Kurn, Irvin Martin, James Hutsell, Bill Bromwell, Tom'Butler, Aug- usta Wright, Robert Bussard, Lewis Dixon. Third row: Jean Pickett, Darlene Justice, Jalna Yohn, Marjorie Longmire, Velma Cheak, Faye Hammersmith, June Vesdel, Ann Fleming, June Gue. 48 l.."?. JUNIOR HIGH CLASSES Physrcal fmless an rmportant part of the curnculum Mrs Sweeney workmg on the weekly spell Mr Hersh workmg wrth the future SCICDILSIS mg lesson of the Umted States of Amenca f WHO s WHO 3 2525? ff 4 XNK26 X il X X XM .X f"""' fx X X WI Z' , if fi Y ff A f N X W1 NN fa? M QQ W . g f . .. A , . " " x , ' , I ei , - f . . .. . e 2 A rf 3,. B, ..,........... f-5-I--' ...w....f.-'-- A-wi, ,. T? 4 .4 L .wa N. ,- 5.23 5331. w v, H . ., ,fr v ni I xl -.fvf "1 . i f 1 H . ,-1, ,-,ax .k,,, ff U. D-' ,. wr -,fd kt ' aw T Q Ji 5 , .gel i,,, , 3?3 fgvi " U53 ' ""'f' . " 1 If 523: ' -r 2 s .f YV' M Q- G 4 V X gifflivg ,. r f?"f""'4'Y if , ' ,. L4115.'f127f"?fEfifjK.w,,,. 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'i' S JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM, I957 r ,- xx B111 Km11 gettmg the U S S Mt Atry ready Warren Harnson and Stanley Goodwm watch for her maxden voyage mg Mr Thompson work E111ott Clary usmg hls ar IISIIC ab111ty1 l E-Q Mr Thompson B111 Km11 and Rlchard S1ump5d2 Walker gettxng thmgs ready MEMQRI ES ARE MADE or THESE 3 TEN5 1, S35 41 OC?-05358 0 3 4 Q N12 H5' ,MQ 7 H '95 1, 'zu 7 c 272: re 1 '9""g'a.g74xagy N57 wk tt !llfz67y 148' 20 7-I 3-7 'A f6 01-are ,N vp H' g gp Rf? MMV I ZH!-If H .TUNE 7 I K-423 5, will H14 1 fmqo 147' 11,1- 1 " ,I u D5 Q 6 . nf "1 Q' I Q' A if 'fu' 7- ' U, 5 A 7 3 ,Y ' 2 ff . U Q U f 7? L 7 t .Q , I so 2 Bi' it ' X 31 U QI Ll il il 7 U -QI I 1 ii' i -H1 Q J A, .. 5,16 Q , U c I7 , 3 41 " 'f lq 3 0 . X 3 A- A 0 5- ' if 'l .I 1 I r ' I U My K5 V1 b I '7 "5" . - 6 I6 If I H I as 2 JW I .za 21 7 Dignitaries meeting prior to the dedication. Seniors who served as ushers and usherettes. DEDICATIO Mrs. Roscoe Thompson presents the building to the community. Mr. Edmund Carr presents the new building to the Carroll County Board of Education. 55 Education in Mount Airy began in a damp basement ninety years ago and has continued to progress through the years up to the present txme when two modern brtck buildings house the educational facilities of the town In 1868 the basement of Rldge Presbyterran Church Know Ptne Grove Chapelj was authorized for use as a schoolroom Condrtrons were very poor as the room was damp and poorly ventilated A schoolhouse was now a vital necessity and plans were made to butld a new burlding Parrsvrlle was chosen to be the location of the school Upon tts completron the building was named Parr s Ridge School Many pupils walked to Parrsville from Mt Airy to attend classes although the little basement room in Mount Atry was still rn use By 1892 the Board of Education felt the need of a school rn Mount Airy Plans were approved for a three room school but the funds were not avarlable In 1894 wrth plans somewhat revised the actual butld rng was underway By September of that same year rt was ready for occupancy The srte of the then new school ts the present srte of the parsonage of Calvary Church Around 1910 the 9th and 10th grades were added to the years of tnstructron However the students could not recerve a Maryland High School drploma since candrdates were re quired to have eleven years of formal education Wrth the hard work of leaders lrke Mr Weaver Dr Gaver and Dr Hopkins rt was only a short ttme before Mt Airy became a fully accredrted high school In June of 1912 the first class was graduated Durmg that summer three rooms were rented over the Post Office Know the Western Auto Storej for the agrtculture classes In September the school was transferred to the Post Office build rn Then tn 1915 another school was erected whxch would house all of the grades Tlus building was sxtuated on North Marn Street by the B 8s O water tower In Febnrary 1935 fue broke out destroying the school A new 20 room building was completed in December 1935 and today it houses the present Junior High and Elementary School As the population increased it was found that the twenty rooms could not adequately provide classrooms for the pupils Plans were begun once more for a separate buildmg In the Spnng of 1956 the new Senror I-hgh School was frnrshed It was fmt occupied in September 1957 The culmtnation of Educatronal Progress in Mt Airy was reached on Sunday November 10 1957 with the Dedt canon of the new school Completmg the observance of American Educatron Week was the meetmg of the Carroll Cormty Board of Education in the new burldmg on Tuesday November 12 W afeaef tx Mrs Wtllram B Culwell County P T A President presenting a lrfe membership to Mr Samuel M Jenness Superintendent of Schools pagan QW' Members of Carroll County Board of Educa tion Seated left to right Mr Elmer Pfoutz Mr Devrtes Hermg Vice Prestdent Mr P1erceBowlus Attorney Mr Samuel M Jenness Superintendent of Schools Mr Paul Nxswander President Mrs Pearl Thompson Mr Albert Lawyer Mrsstng Mr Clifton Wamer , . . . . ' ' . ' 0 . gn V For several years the situation remained the same. y 56 ' ' Mt. Airy HS Senior Class To Conduct Torch Week Beginning Monday, November 11 and concluding Friday evening, November 15, the Class of 1958 of Mt. Airy Senior High School will conduct the biggest week on the high school calendar, 1958 Torch Week. The purpose of the week's activities is.to complete all of the financial arrangements before the first installment of this year's annual goes to press. Members of the Yearbook staff, Torcn Week committee, and Senior Class will be canvassing the entire student body for subscriptions to the 1958 Torch. This will be the only op- portunity to order a copy of this year's book. The members of the class will also contact any of the local merchants who have not yet been approached concerning ad- vertisements in the book. By the week's end the committee hopes to have all of the financial as- pects of the publication completed. Many New Features The 1958 Torch will present to its subscribers an entirely new for- mat. Some of the newfeatures will include an entirely new cover, a theme which is carried throughout the book, and a much larger cover- age for the school's academic athletic, and cultural program The book will contain seven sec- tions and will be ready for pub- lication around April 15. Highlights of 1958 Torch Week On Monday the week will be kicked off with a gigantic as- sembly. Tuesday will see the first annual Torch soccer game with Poolesville High School. On Wed- nesday the first subscription re- port will be given. Each morning during the homeroom period the subscription staff will visit each home room to procure subscrip- tions. The week's proceedings will be culminated on Friday evening in the Senior High School cafe- teria with the first annual Torch Dance. Music for the affair will be furnished by Robert Kersey and his orchestra. Promptly at 10 p.m. the 1958 Torch King and Queen will be crowned, and the individual high salesmen will be given their awards. Invitations for the dance have been extended to the faculty, 'former classmates, and nearby 'high schools. Top, left to right: Phyllis Fogle, Sally 'I'homas, Judy Jackson, and Brenda Thompson prepare Torch Week Bulletin Board. Bottom, clockwise: Betty Lee prepare Torch Week Publicity Miller, Pat Topper, Bettie Moore Mane Norwood and Mary Jane Tabler Sally Thomas, Co -Ch Torch Dance- Crowns Queen Bettie sents award to Ronnie Kessler, Torch Moore. Week King. An enjoyable evening was had by all at the 1958 Torch Dance Airman of Mr. Mussari, Yearbook Advisor, pre- Mt. Airy Senior High To Conclude Torch Week Today Dance Scheduled Tonight - King And Queen To Be Crown- ed - Prizes Awarded To High Salesman. On Friday evening, Nov. 15, in the new Mt. Airy Senior High School cafeteria the Class of 1958 will bring to a gala close the first annual Torch Week Program. The week's festivi- ties will conclude with the Torch Dance, which will be held from 8:30 to 11:30 p. m. The music for the eve- ning will be furnished by Bob Kersey and his orchestra. The program will include the crowning of the Torch King and Queen, the awarding of prizes to the individual high class salesmen' on this year's annual, the serving of refresh- ments, and several other features. Tickets many be purchased at the door on Friday evening. "Little Mo" Show Staged On Monday the Seniors sent Torch Week off to a fast start with the Yearbook Assembly. This year's pro- gram was patterned after the Wash- ing Radio Station WMAL's popular Disc Jockey show, "Mighty Mo." Through the courtesy of Bob Pickett of WMAL's staff, the students receiv- ed some fine music for the show. The class is also grateful to the popular "D.J." for his two spot announce- ments over the past week end con- cerning the week's program at the High School. The afternoon's as- sembly program was in charge of the following: Diane Gardner, War- ren Harrison, and Elliott Clary. Dur- ing the course of the program the entire yearbook staff was introduced, a preview of the book was given, special guests were introduced, and the day's program was concluded with remarks from Mr. Jesse L. Starkey, Principal. SENIOR HIGH CLASSES SCIBHCC can be mtercsung' 'is Check your margms! You can almost hear a pm drop! EQ N29 M 5 M wi "R--. -- 'Qi im- Q A , F 'VA ,. I JL X " mimi, 7 fig? X -u-or ' 'ww-Q' ,sr I . N..-. .,,.,,v., . ,Lua , i l :K . lr 1, -5 ' 1 H " , E wg! I Qs: A 3 7 w ' ' 0ff,Uv,1NX'.Qi ,... I I ll, N-X . 4, ,!,, rp 1 '-.1,x ' 11 V, 1 2 . 5 '14 Ai 21 2 "Q . '1 . .4 -L, .51 , ,,S, 5 A4 2 m g 9 fy, X4 58 1717 ff ef 4- ,, 1, , Nfw, gf :QM 1 . ........A A vw! :Qs , Business Manager PATRICIA TOPPER Middle left, Torch Week Committee, seated: Middle right: Advertising Manager, Bonnie William Knill, Sally Thomas, Diane Gardner, Magin, Assistant Advertising Manager, Elliott Phyllis Fogle. Standing: Ray Delashmit, Jerry Clary. Lowman, Ronald Kessler. Staff, seated: Elliott Clary, Bettie Moore, Faith Farver, Diane Gardner, Pat Topper, Bonnie Magin, Ronald Kessler. Second row: Phyllis Fogle, Betty Fleming, Mary Lovell, Sally Thomas, Wayne Norwood, Mr. Mussari, Advisor. Third row: Irvin Bohr, Warren Harrison, Gilbert Buckman, Ronald Yeager, William Knill, Robert Klein. ff Seated: Diane Gardner, Treasurerg Judy Ogle, Secretary: Gilbert Buckman, Presidentg Robert Penn, Vice Presidentg Mrs. Margaret Miller, Advisor. First row, standing: Shirley Miller, Nancy Cantwell, Dianne Haight, Betty Longmire, Gloria Haines, Priscilla Miller, Sally Thomas, Second row, standing: William Dorsey, Wayne Norwood, Carroll Rice, William Knill, Richard Walker, Wayne Wagner, Winfred Winkler, Robert Leatherwood, John Barnes. TUDENT CGUNCIL The Student Council is a vast and important part of our school life, Through this organization, it is hoped that better relations between the faculty and students will develop, and that the school will progress as a better educational institution, Mount Airy is proud of the many worthwhile activities that the Student Council has accomplished: Parking Association, recreational activities before and after school, Courtesy Week Program, and many more, The officers of the Student Council are: President ------- GILBERT BUCKMAN Vice President ------- ROBERT PENN Secretary ---- ---- I UDY OGLE Treasurer - - ----- DIANE GARDNER Advisor - - - -MRS, MARGARET MILLER GILBERT BUCKMAN, President f 1, ,iffy 1 Ks V ,ff f is ' fffflwcyl 'll, If XX,,,ff'! 11171 1 ff fff HQ, 1 ffyffffff, , fllfffff nj 1 xX . .' f - 1 'fl gifts. tif Q YE xr X gf 2 N .S A k 'ff fy Nkwsf U43 1 ' Seated: Jerry Lowman, Treasurerg Warren Harrison, Secretaryg Richard Walker, Presidentg Charles Norris, Vice President, Mr. Donald Stoner, Advisor. Standing: Irvin Bohr: Gilbert Buckmang James Dorseyg John Ketelsen. 'SWL Bi. Bill BBB BBB RICHARD WALKER President KEY CLUB The Key Club, which is the school auxiliary of the Kiwanis Club, has one main purpose, which is to be of service to the school and community. Through their many worthwhile projects, the members of the Key Club play an important role in the progress of Mt. Airy Senior High School. The members of this club will develop into our leaders and good citizens of tomorrow. Officers: President ---- - - RICHARD WALKER Vice President ---- CHARLES NORRIS Secretary - - - - - WARREN HARRISON Treasmer - - ----- JERRY LOWMAN Advisor - - - - -MR. DONALD STONER "kgs,"-fr 'i7f..st.Q- ' ' , X fs.: if A h ' " ' "-'ls-as: ' fxxx A- ' Su Y x . ':'?'fn"" I h A rf'-1 ff- . R X- b""'04? i ,c jvc 'vi' Q " '9'f-'UL19 Q :eg--. M WILLIAM KNILL, President R... A-rj --fx -. .. W - 44. k ls ri F.F. Q rlwt' h The Mount Airy Chapter of the Q-Ln. Future Farmers of America has a long list of accomplishments. At fairs and stock judging shows, they have won many honors and awards. Such a group is a credit to our sch- ool. Their annual clothing and food collection is a good example of their willingness to help the community. Kneeling: James Dorsey, Earl Kline, William Knill, Jimmy Elgin, Ronnie Yeager, joe Green. First row,standing: Mr. Thompson, Advisor, Tommy Wright, Lawrence Morgan, Gordon Bailey, Richard Teeter, Kenneth Keister, Roger Arnold, Joseph Marick. Second row: Eddie Mgin, Teddy Webb, Larry Gartrell, Allen Forney, Tommy Lowman, Ronnie Livesay, David Muller, Donald Magin, George Smith Third row: David Pickett, Howard Murray, Emory Jenkins, Charles Dodson. ' 'I t"XkXt,- 4 I I D' KX ' 4 QI l l Q - sw" 4 I' 1- -Q dm ' X X BONNIE MAGIN, Captain BU PATRQL The duty of the Mount Airy School Bus Patrol is to protect the students who are transported to and from school. Each year they par- ticipate in the National Parade in Washington, D. C. The organiza- tion is an affiliate of the Auto- mobile Club of Maryland. Kneeling: George Smith, James Spencer, James Gue, Douglas Tabler, George Warfield, Donald Hash, David Muller, Thomas Wright, Ellis Remsburg. First row, standing: Alfredia Duvall, Doris Norwood, Lonetta Wright, Darlene Richard, Darlene Hawkins, Carmen Evans, Betty Lee Miller, Nancy Frizzell, Kathleen Lovell, Mary Frances Lovell, Laura Painter, Priscilla Miller, Fern Carr, Betty Nicholson, Bonnie Magin, and Virginia Condon. Second row: Robert Klein, Charles Norris, Louis Martell, Ronnie Kessler, Charlotte Hoff, and Shirley Miller. 66 Members of the F. N.A. are, seated: Charlotte Mays, Pamela Haines, Treasurer: Rosalie Schmidt, Vice President: Sally Thomas, President: Alfredia Duvall, Sec- retary: Betty Gartrell, Betty Nicholson, Mrs. Thomas, Advisor. Standing: Patricia Gartrell, Doris Roop, Nancy Norwood, Annette Livesay, Margie Livesay, Iva Bur- dette, Faye Farver, Marlene Dorsey, Judy Ogle, Doris Norwood, Lonetta Wright. Members of the F. H.,A. are, seated: Miss Cross, Advisor: Judy Jackson, Sharon Linton, Secretary: Sally Thomas, President: Carmen Evans, Treasurer: Betty Gartrell, Beatrice Burdette. Standing: Barbara Daniels, Geraldine Esworthy, Mary Lynn Myers, Iva Burdette, Donna Fogle, Barbara Brengle, Lonetta Wright. Missing: Bonnie Magin, Vice President. ,, NEW F.H.A. C9 0, 'Z' , 4 5 E , E21 2 A V: '1- O xo 4 D 90? r- J? ff, , E , 45 6 A Leif G.A.A. Members of the Girls' Athletic Association are, seated: M155 MLlId0Ck. Coach: Vir' ginia Condon, Sergeant-at-Arms, Diane Gardner, Secretary, Faith Farver, President, Dianne Haight, Vice President, Charlotte Marick, Treasurer, Sally Thomas, Bettie Moore. Standing: Elaine Brown, Joyce Arrington, Peggy Moore, Carolyn Kim, Shir- ley Miller, Sharon Linton, Nancy Cantwell, Brenda Hahn, Rosemary Higgs, Lynn Straw, Judy Ogle, Harriett Roberts, Joyce Burdette, Rosalie Schmidt, Betty Nicholson. Members of the Varsity Club are, seated: Richard Maring, James Dorsey, Gilbert Buckman, Secretary, Robert Klein, President, Winfred Winkler, Vice President, Robert Penn, Treasurer, Gilbert Hash, Mr. Stoner, Advisor. Standing: David Winkles, Jerry Hall, Elliott Clary, David Muller, David Cantwell, Robert Poole, William Knill, Paul Culwell, Ronnie Yeager, Earl Kline, George Warfield, Carroll Rice, Warren Harrison, Jerry Lowman. Say ix J tvCjf.fii1Q'-Ig ' , VARSITY LUB R A :Q , J LASO CLUB Members of the Laso Club are: Seated: Mrs. Mann, Advisorg Lonetta Wright, Con- nie Norris, Vice President, Colleen Ozman, President, Valerie Coale, Secretary, Sherlene Beall, Histcriang Ronald Kessler. First row: Barbara Daniels, Geraldine Esworthy, Pamela Haines, Peggy Moore, Janet Kelly, Carolyn Kirn, Betty Fleming Kathleen Lovell, Nancy Frizzell, Betty Miller, Elaine Brown, Priscilla Miller, Carolyn Norwood, Second row: Robert Wright, Carroll Rice, Robert Brashears, Allen Brown, Philip Buchanan, Carol Weidman, Joyce Ryan, Beatrice Burdette, Patsy Selby, Barbara Brengle, Iva Burdette, Carol I-lilbirrer, Members of the Future Teachers Association are: Diane Gardner, Secretary, Dianne Haight, Vice President, Bettie Moore, President, Joyce Burdette, Treasurer, Brenda Hahn, Historian, Miss Kimmey, Advisor, Standing: Carmen Evans, Jerry Lowman, Joe Runkles, Carroll Rice, George Warfield, Irvin Bohr, Joyce Arrington. F.T.A. 69 Left to rtght Ronnte Yeager Elltott Clary Drane Gardner Betty Flemtng Farth Farver Wayne Norwood Henry Pope Rxchard Marrng Warren Harnson Rrchard Walker Phtltp Alder Earl Klme Wtlltam Knrll John Ketelsen Ray DeLashm1t Robert Kleln hmmy Elgm Junrny Dorsey Davrd Cantwell Jerry Lowman Allen Forney Grlbert Buckman Joe Green Irvtn Bohr George Smrth Larry Gartrell Joe Rogers Robert Dunn Fred Crum Charles Norns Charles Barnes Stanley Goodwrn J1mmyGue Teddy Webb Kenny Day Thrs 15 a new otganrzatron rn the school whrch was formed as a result of a Student Counctl commtttee studyrng the school parkmg srtuatron It was also felt that an organ g tzatlon should be set up so that all student drrvers would have a lrst of objectxves and regulatrons to supervtse the parkrng areas Through thts club comes the hope that the students wrll become aware of therr responsrbtlmes as dnvers and that they wrll promote better dnvrng con duct OFFICERS Representatrve WAYNE NORWOOD Advxsor MR JESSE STARKEY PARKING ASSOCIATIO . 4 Q L I L. 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DAVID CANITWELL, Forward DOXNIE BARNES lorward RIC HA D XHRING Guard Hrst row kneelrng 1rmmyElgm Manager DonaldL Stoner Coach Earl Klrne Manager Second row stand mg Bert Penn Wrnfred Wmkler Elllott Clary Ronnte Yeager Paul Culwell hmmy Dorsey Donnre Barnes Davrd Cantwell Jerry Hall Rrchard Manng PAUL CULWELL Center JERRY HALL Guard . , 1 ,, . T N X . r r r , , rx 1 r r , , 3 ' , . . ' U PM 'Wa I V 7 5 74 5 . f vi' 1 , -,X : x , .1 - V. - T' ' 'la fi' . ' " Lu A K if W Qi H , .. 'V , W. gp, . -1 '4 4' 2 '3 i I , 3 .vm 1. Y o -1 Sf I -Q F2 .fl MM as A ' 1 E 1, if Q- x 'Af 1 Q A - A 1 1 A ,MV f Q wb ,TW .-., Q i W, A g',PgM ,, f , 1 gy. -X. A gi,u,,.y. 3 ' 'QTY' 395: ', ' ' ik A t , ,.i. 5 A FX ,Q ! 1 , fix fy L E sb s P' 5, . H 1. ig fs 2 g ' ' ,I ,Vi - f 4 V v,.,la ' ' ls 2, 'Ts' ,Z lg, v,M,,, Q, X Q ' ,T If 1 Q Q ..- I f' , 9 .W if .1 !g,y9rw:x.Gv!96'U' ,bylwud """ffQf i kfzlxv , ' Q I A 3 , 0 , .,f"x,W , rrp. W, A . 2 Q A - , 1 1 an ,Y""'1N' wiki Lf .M ml: g v 3X - , ggi:-M' .1 l, 5 . L an H ,f A 1: 9 Yeager Faith Farver reaches high on a jump ball GIRLS' ASKETB LL TE M Left to right: Carmen Evars, Betty Miller, Alfredia Duvall, Nancy Cantwell, Diane Gardner, Miss Murdock, Coachg Virginia Condon, Faith Farver, Charlotte Marick, Mary Jane Tabler, Priscilla Miller, Bettie Moore, Elaine Brown. Scramble under the basket ' Q 4,5 9 S fa 25? -S 5 if A, . I aff iff f f 5 J -pg, ,,,,4,,,,, ,.n..,...C ,. ' ff 4, .4 V M. ., .. x ww.Mw,m,f.w..,..,1+,,.,.q-V vw ., ' 5 ,, i F gfw it ,, ,, 595 ,pl Members of the Mt. Airy High School Soccer Team are: Seated, left to right: Gilbert Buckman, Gilbert Hash, Paul Cul- well, Robert Klein, Ronald Yeager, Kneel- ing: Larry Norris, Ray DeLashmit, Richard Maring, Robert Poole, Eugene Keister, Win- fred Winkler, Standing: Robert Penn, Emory Jenkins, James Dorsey, William Knill, Don- ald Barnes, Mr. Stoner, Coach. The Bulldogs completed one of their most successful seasons in the Carroll County League finishing third with a season's rec- ord of three wins, one loss, and three ties. James Dorsey and Ronald Yeager were awarded positions on the All-League Second Team. SQCCER Where's the ball? PEEDBALL Kneeling: Timekeeper Betty Fleming Scorekeeper Sally Thomas Standing, left to right Managers: Pamela Haines Brenda Hahn Team Members are: Kneeling: Harriett Roberts, Connie Norris, Diane Gardner Faith Farver, Betty Maring, Bettie Moore, Standing: Miss Murdock, Coach, Shirley Miller Marlene Dorsey, Virginia Condon, Bonnie Webb, Nancy Cantwell, Dianne Haight Deanna Will, ,J 1'f5E,,7"x.,f' An 'Vf H' 'ni' O V s'!Ng N-x.,,,,,,.. 'N-....,, --'xx 'M""""'g,Nqm---,,,f"""--...J "N--ff' Q VL S Q . O S X V5 ir q' ' fi rv N ! I It Wxlham Kn111 and Barbara Brengle Depos1t1ng Wh11e Charles Barnes and Mane Norwood Dlscuss Matters Wlth Mr Eugene Purdurn at the 217451 23442 r J w n nii DA LEYS FLOWERS Umontown Rd Westrrunster Ph Tllden 8 6484 VVADES SA LES AND SERVIC E 7 Locust Street Westmlnster Md Phone 582 Agency for Underwood Typewmters LYDA I2 IVII l.l.E13? Insurance All K1nds Mount Alry Md Phones Off1C6 20 Resldence 399 M IVI ODE? N PHARMACY South Market St Frederlck Md E-4 IDSLEY AND ,Al.l:5lQlC.Jl-4 1 FURNITURE E1ectr1ca1 Apphances Stoves and House FUrD1Sh1HgS Telev1s1on Your Dealer Phone eo R Mount Alry Maryland u Md. 'PX f I - Nf X , P . x M ' f Capable - Experienced JOSEPH P, MARMOR, Prop PWS 1 X DAMASQUS SHQP PHARMACY MUQDHVS Prescriptions FIRST Rexall Drugs Sundaes "The Complete Var1ety Store Damascus Maryland 6 10 West Ma1n Street Phone Clearwater 3 2101 Westmmster Maryland Clearwater 3 2240 E 1-4 HARRISON LANDSCAPE CONTRAC TOR Seed1ng and Sodd1ng Macadam and Black top Dr1veways Phone Sykesv1l1e 504 Woodb1ne Md zgwfzk Www? VW Smce 1903 Plants Cut Flowers xx Flowers for Every Occaslon Landscapmg Ornamental Nursery Stock Phone Mt A1ry 40 Mount A1ry Maryland T ' ll f OI' . 9 , . n . l I ' f I 0 I X , . no ' ff N ft f X X' f f f xi "' x k X X K X , 1 Nat1onw1de Mutual Insurance Co Nat1onw1de Mutual F1re Insurance Nat1onw1de L1fe Insurance Co STERLING E CULLISON Insurance W1th Serv1ce Montgomery Ave Mount A1ry Md Phone Mt Alry 67 Res Mt A1ry 3l9J THE CCDFF NAAN FISHER Department Store 11 East Maxn St Westrrnnster Md DULANV REAL ESTATE 8: INSURANCE INC Sykesvllle Maryland Phone Sykesvllle 434 BCBS MARKET Frmnts Vegetables GTOCCTICS Frosted Foods R1dgev1lle Md Phone Mt A1ry 53 R Success to the Semors of 58 DICKETTS NURSERIES Woodbme Maryland T' VV NAATHEIZS SONS Westm1nster's Leadlng Store Westrnlnster Maryland ELD ERSBURC RADIO Sales TELEVISION Serv1ce L1berty Road m Eldersburg Shopplng Center Phone Sykesvllle 210 Why 4 PHARMACY Syke sv1lle Maryland Sykesvllle 115 Co. ' ' CO. I . Quality Meats . V . u I Q C STE! NE X SCDNS General Merchand1se Notlons Hardware Pamts and Grocerxes Telephone NEwton 5 3261 New W1ndsor Maryland FD E IEOCJID X1 SON REAL ESTATE Ph NEwton 5 4061 CHARLES ROOP AUCTIONEER Ph NEwton 5 4 Large and Small Farms Town and Country Homes New Wmdsor Maryland SHADY SPRING KENNELS Board1ng Pupp1e Stud Servlce Large Ind1v1dual Runs MR AND MRS R E SAUL Route ffl Woodbme Maryland Phone Sykesvllle 691W S IQOBEIZT DI LSON Prescrlptlon Pharmac1st Phone NEwton 5 4681 Modern Housew1ves Cook Electr1cal1y Safer Cleaner Eas 1er THE DOTONAAC EDISON Mt A1ry Maryland SOLJT I-IEIZN 6:3 FAI 1:5 WOODBINE CO OP INC Feeds Seeds Fert111zer Farm Supplxes Home Apphances Custom Grmdlng and Mlxmg ROBY FARVER Manager oodbme Maryland Phone Sykesvrlle 477 ENSOQ HARDWARE CO CHARLESF BACHMAN Owner Bmlders' Hardware and Cutlery Pa1nt Farm Supphes and Implements Comphments of Ts-IE u.vNN sr-:OD I Mt A1ry Maryland I - - , - 511 New Windsor, Maryland CO, : - W 1 , Compl1ments of L . N Z , PHOTOGRAPHY I l ' I Cornrnerc1al lndustrlal RESTAURANT Portra1ts Weddmgs Damascus Maryland Appolntment only Phone Clearwater 3294 Mt A1rY138 W GAVER FLEMING Phone Mt A1ry Member of 251 J ATLAS VAN LINES INC Long D1sta.nce Movmg Serv1ce AZALEA GARDENS Hlghway 144 SINES TRANSFER CO Rxdgevxlle Maryland Umontown Road Westm1nster Md Route 4 Nursery Stock Mount Alry Md Phone Tllden 8 5464 Kenny Kelster Admxres Ann Norms' Balfour Class Rlng HENRY WITTICH JR Representat1ve L G BALFOUR COMPANY Class Rmgs Honor Awards Commencement Inv1tat1ons Y 5. . . - . . - , . 1 , . . .- Q - - , . - . ' . . . ' . Q 1 . . - 1 o 0 . . . . D O I o s - Comphments of VV l.EE I-ICDIQE INSURANCE AGENCY New Wlndsor Maryland IQEITP-IS GARAGE Complete Car Serv1ce Complete Brake Servlce Frame and Wheel Ahgnrnent Tlres and Accessorles 39 Manchester Avenue Phone Tllden 8 4042 T2 QAV EAQVETQ GRAIN DEALER L1me and Fert111zer Spreader Servlce Tay1orsv1lle Md Phone Newton 5 4966 KING FLOOR SERVICE Sandlng Fmxshlng Covemng Forrfnca and Lmoleurn Plast1c T1le Venet1an Bhnds 318 N Market St Frederlck Md MO 2. 3106 NOAH KING UNderh1ll 5 3401 SEARS ROEBUCK CATALOG SALES OFFICE 14 I6 W Maln St Westmmster Md Phone Tllden 8 5900 Cornphrnents of SINAI-Fl-IS BOWLING ALLEY Phone Mt A1ry 107 E LOVES RESTAURANT Mount A1ry Md Phone 150 W Specxahze m Lunches and Sea Food Comphments of HOFPMANS HOMEMADE ICE CREAM Washmgton Road Westrrunster Md U 1 Damascus, Md. CL. 3-2107 u . . Costumes Formals for Rent DOROTHY ELDERDICE 75 W Green St Westmmster Md Phone Tllden 8 4630 CJ S GE! MAN Z SONS Furmture Fr1g1da1re 7775 West Mam St Westrrunster Maryland SlN!lt:l..I 4512 TREE SERVICE NURSERY AND GARDEN SHOP 6431 Balt1more Nat1ona1 Plke Catonsvxlle 28 Maryland Phone Rldgeway 7 8790 ,Ulf HOIIV GET IIEI GIF N4 THE MM-iz fm. ll GAYLIA GIFT 'Era yr i Damascus Md VV!-ll'l"1E.S JEWELRY Damascus Md Phone C1 3 2879 Dlamond and Weddxng Rlngs Mllk Glass and Cufts Watches and Clocks Watch Repa1r1ng WOODBINE AUTO WRECKING AND JUNK COMPANY Used Parts Used Trucks and Cars Woodbxne Maryland S No Phone Sykesvllle 585 DAX! IDS JEWELERS Feature Lock D1amond Rlngs Watches Appllances Crlftware 19 East Ma1n Street Westrnlnster Md VVATKI NS 5 AND 10 CENT STORE School Supphes Plus Regular Lme 5 8-1 10 Merchand1se Also Wallpaper Potted Plants Mount Alry Maryland Phone 62 J I I . , . ' . Y O 1 - Y' , - 354 ,st I , - on ,-x K , - 5.2 0' yi. xl v - - - 3 , A f s- SHOP ' Q if - , , I n - " 0 u I , U. . . 40 I MOUNT AIRY SERVICE DONALD E FLEMING Refrig er ation and Electrical Service Washmfvton Road Mount Airy Maryland Phone Mt Airy 3114 Compliments of LJ A IEOUGH SCN TPI COUNTY CLEANERS INC Dry Cleaning Rug Cleaning Laundry Fur Storage Pickup and Delivery Mt Airy Md Phone Mt Airy 66M Dodge and Plymouth Dodge .Iob Rated Trucks Telephone 63 THE JONES MOTORS INC Routes 27 and 144 Mount Airy Maryland FF3ENE7F'-1? W infield Maryland PHEDERICK KAEHEING FERTILIZER WORKS INC Custom Grinding and Mixing Mt Airy Md Phone Mt Airy 345 Western Square Dance Clothes Buckskin Fringed Jackets Western Pants Square Dance Dresses All Sizes From 8 to 80 Largest S lection of Square Dance Clothes in the East OUNTS WESTERN WEAR C H COUNT Damascus Md CL 3 2371 Liberty Road Route Z6 1 Mile West of Eldersburg Sykesville Maryland I NSUQANCE 'QEAL ESTATE WILLIAMF STEM Phone Sykesville 451 U C! , . , . M - F- Fertilizer - Eshelman Feeds MYERS BROS STORE 00 zf Lunches Sodas Cosmetics WQMEN 5 WEAR Sportlng Goods Smokes Kodaks and Accessorles Baby Supplies Yard Goods Domestlcs ZZW Maln Street Damascus Maryland Westrrunster Maryland QEEVE5 EE NNETTS GAEAGE Burnlng and Weldlng one of Fr ederlck s W 1nf1eld Maryland R ll AND ea Y Phone Syk8SV1ll6 341W4 SAVE Flne Stores Zwdbm QZWJ Q1 Bullders and Developers of Communltles for Complete Farruly L.1v1ng 4 East Second St Frederlck Md I I I ,gul f A A A T I I . CRAMER PAINT 8: HARDWARE, INC. Dealer in All Kinds of Builder's and General Hardware Cutlery, Paints, Oils and Glass, Sporting Goods, Radios Mount Airy Maryland Phone NEWton 5 5271 DIXCIXI S G ENER AL. MERC HANDIS E M027 Candles Clgar ettes BEA UTY SHOP Flohrsvlue Maryland Complete Beauty Servlce Phone Sykesvllle 306 .T 403 Church St New W1DdSOT Md I-IT3 " " "H" BUT-2D1:'I 'I 1: Z. SON INSURANCE AND REAL. ESTATE Mount A1ry Maryland Phone 123 QT TIRE SERVICE STU S MUSIC SHOP Recapplng and Vu1can1z1ng R1dgeV1lle Md Route 40 School Instrument Rentals Planos Organs Record Players P O Mt A1ry Md SheetMus1c Records 32 W Maln St Westmlnster Md Phone TIlden 8 7585 Phone Mt A1ry l55R ' - 1 oeee 55 ,P ,SE ga 1- I-ICLJXAES Qjffiga : VAN S AMOCO SERVICE STATION QMAUR EEN VAN SANTD Your New Nelghborhood Amoco Statlon U S Route 40 and Bartholow s Rd Mt A11'y Md Compllments of T 1-4 E M1754 Mount A1ry Maryland Weddlngs Portralts KENNEDY WACHTER STUDIO gl PHOTO CENTER Phone MO 3 4371 2.7 S Market St Frederlck Md Cameras Photographlc Supplles Compllments of NAT' AIQY 'PANTS Congratulatlons to the 1958 Graduates Speclals for the Br1de and Groom C L.I N E'-.S FURNITURE STORE Fr ederlck Maryland lxfl CDO'l2E'S VVESTE'-.12 N SERVIC E STATION Eiga Taylor svllle Maryland I..1ght Lunch Dr1nks Phone NEWton 5 3393 AUTCD ASSOCIATE STORE Everythlng for the Home and Auto Mt Alry Maryland Phone ZZ Damascus Maryland CI..ea1-water 3 2286 ' ' , of A A S A , FACTOTQY I Compllments of THE KEY CLUB O12 NA A I-I 5 HA IVI I LIVCNS MARKET Produce Grocer1es and Fresh Meat F1Sh Seafood Phone Mo 33193 Mo 33194 244 East Patrlck St Frederlck Maryland TDATQSCDNS Women s and Chlldren s Wear Men s Home Furnlshlngs Furnlshlngs 205 N Market St F'reder1ck Maryland GAEDNEE5 VV I N 1: I E L.'D STCDQE HARDWARE FOOD CLOTHING W 1nf1eld Maryland 13OCDI.E S G ENERAL. MERC HANDISE Bartholows Md DANAASCUS ELECTRIC CO Electrlcal Appllances T6lGVlS1OH All Electrlc K1tCheDS Damascus Maryland C ompllments f N W ETZLER CO INC Frederlck Maryland Asphalts Dr lveways Bltumlnous C onc r ete Road Constructlon Compllments of EAUGHEQP5 ICE CQEAM W estm1nster Maryland Route Z7 1f2. M1le From the College Phone Tllden 8 7490 ' I o , o i . , n . l , -. l h ' Comlmlirnents of. Phone.: CL.earwater 3-2.111 ' . . .. t. , D . . 1 , Comphrnents of UTZ POTATO CHIP CO INC Hanover Pennsylvarua URIGG OPTICIANS Br anch Offlc es Hood Bulldlng Maln Street Mt Alry Md Mt Alry 798 43 West Maln Street Westmlnster Md Tllden 8 6556 JOSEPH L MATHAIS 8: SONS Monuments S1nce 1906 Bulld Wh11e You Llve .JZLHLL 'J H' THERMAN W if .asf Westrnmster Hanover Baltunore C ongr atuIat1ons to the Sen1or s Wx 1 Xxno S'W Qlc U L16 TIlden 8 5-522 NASH WILLYS EATQNES INACDTCDTQS SALES AND SERVICE RAYMOND P BARNES Prop 224 Washlngton Rd Westrnlnster Md ENASVVILERS BODY SHOP 1 1 2 Nhles South of Rldgevllle Penn Shop Road Phone Mt Alry 74W MT AIRY PRINTING CO Letter Press Offset N C R No Carbon Forms Prospect Road Mt A1ry Phone 148 I WALTZ FUNERAL HOME C MILLER WALTZ .TR Funeral D1recto1' and Ernbalmer Wlnfl ld Maryland Phones NEWton 5 3024 Sykesvllle 300 'F J . , I . ' , . 1 -v tb ' ' ' il ' - K lj 3 . JJ -page: 1... x ' ---.M-, , f f J P ' ' W. W V - -' ' nf I G , ,lv ' I - A AOFWQW ,, Irr. 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I SHIPLEYS SPORTING GOODS Headquarter s Qual1ty Eqtupment Largest Se1ect1on Retall and Wholesale You Name It We Have It 103 105 N Market St Frederlck Md Phone MO 23221 Compliments of DEQES GENERAL STORE S IVI I T' I-IS GROCERY Meats and Grocerles Phone 10 I Quallty Servlce MM PHARMACY .TOSEPHP MARMOR Prop Fr ederlck Md VVAY5 I DE DAMASCUS SEPTIC TANK SERVICE We Clean or Servlce Your Tank Servlng Montgomery Howard Carroll and Frederlck COUntl6S SCpt1C Systems Installed Contract Dlgglflg by the Hour Cook Watklns Bldg Damascus Md CI.. 3 2311 C 3 2167 Reglstered Montgomery County Health Department No 15 2 I ' I South Market St. . -- ' L. l ' Compllments of A :F-'12 I E ND BCDES BARBER SHOP Sykesv111e Maryland Phone Sykesvllle 119 M wwf, FOODLAND Eldersburg Shopplng Center Phone Sykesv111e 600 'D'I2LJC5' CENTEQ INC Eldersburg Shopp1ng Center Llberty Road Sykesv111e P O Md Phone Sykesvllle 606 SEAFCDCDD INC 1439 Relsterstown Road Plkesvllle 8 Maryland Phone HUnter 6 8886 M Near Taylorsvllle Dance Every Saturday Nlght IXACUNT A I 'I2Y SHOE REPAIRING HOWARD F HOOD Proprletor Mount Alry Maryland getty: Valued B S DORSEY Mount Alry Md Everythlng for the Home and Farm J . ANTONE5 waz af? if Compliments of GOLD STAR UNIT H4191 AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY Alry Maryland Don't "Cuss" - Call "Us I-IAIGHT5 BETHOLINE SER VIC E Randallstown Maryland Oldfleld 3 9877 OLIVE I MAGIN FIRE INSURANCE Agent for MT AIRY HOME IMPR OV EMENT IRA BURDETTE FARMER 5 MUTUAL FIRE Alumlnum W1ndoWs T1le Floors Venetlan Bl11'1dS OF' DUG HILL CARROLL CO New W1ndSOI Md Phone NEWton 5 4461 Palntlng Rernodellng Mt A1ry Md Phone 595 Home Phone 288 .I COMMUNITY BUILDERS ZZ, VANSANT CCDNSTTQUCTION CCD Bulldlng Contr actor s Mount A1ry Maryland Phone 196 M 7 Mt. , . . 3 T 1 . . - . . n s 1 ' 1 . , . , . - I f .- ' ff' t If, ,,.f if .. 2, ,"' '---91-fr' ,- ,.,f"j . .H bni., ,R ,fm I I .. MAIN'S ICE CREAM Pts. -1fZ Gal. -1Ga1. - 2 1fZ Gal. Frozen Food Lockers for Rent as Low Rates IVIT AIEY LOCKE12 CC WM E WAGNER Prop Quallty Beef by the Quarter or Half Cut to Your Speclflcatlon Frozen for Your Own Home Freezer Processlng Servlce Locker Suppl1es Custom Slaughterlng of Cattle Hogs Lambs Calves Poultry P1Ck1Hg Mt Alry Md Phone Mt A1ry 50 Compllments of SCI-IIVll'DT"5 BAKING CO INC Martlnsburg West Vlrglnla Compllrnents of Zi 522' LUNCH Home of the Famous Texas Hot Wlener Frederxck, Md REAL ESTATE W L ANDD B STEGMAN Taylorswlle Maryland Phone Newton 5 4005 Representlng M H FOOTE REALTOR 4036 Roland Avenue Baltlmore Maryland Phone Ches 3 2.154 C1ty Suburban Rural KZEINATDS On the Squar e AND SAVE N i Af Freder1ck Md I . . , . Y , , , . , . . ., . 3 . . . . . 9 ..,- . ' , - ll I - ' I . - ', - Agfa- hr ' EELLISQNS ZZMQ 4 GROCERY JEWELRY STORE Cholce Meats GTOCGIIES Light Lunch Key Hotel Bulldlng Free Dehvery F1'ede1'1Ck Md Phone CL 3 2374 S11ver Chlna Watches and D1amond Rmgs Damascus MarYland Drop 1n and Look Around HQA 'D VVATKIN5 TXA THE PEOPLE S LUMBER AND SUPPLY CO Lumber Pa1ntS Hardware Everyth1ng to Bu11d Anythlng P O Box 75 Phone Mt A1ry3O Mount A1ry Maryland Compllments of ONE I-ICDLJ12 MARTINIZING CLEANING Z5 North Market St Fredemck Md MOOQEE TAVE EN ROBERT D BOB MOORE F1TSt and Last Place L1ght Lunch Ice Cream Steamed Crabs Woodblne Md Sykesvllle 493 J . I- . , - . - 0 - D 1 I 1 I , . J 9 1 D 7 ll ' ' ' Y! . . I . I , . GI I! Q , . A Eg A GARDEN CEN31 ER 1632 Reisterstown Road P1kesv111e 8, Maryland HUnter 6 2884 P0nt13.C Sales and Serv1ce R1dgev111e Old Route 40 Esso Products Z4 Hour Towmg Serv1ce Phone Mount A1ry 313 HARRY E HAHN, Propnetor I-IAINES CONSTRUCTION CO , INC Custom Home Bu11d1ng Home s for Sale Phone CLearwa.ter 3 2102 Gauthersburg, Rt Z 0 o . . .h , if" ,Q .h -4-,,,.. . ,ii-,. -,,,,., .--"' O 1 . Q 9 LINDSAY L BEOVVNINC5 Mount A1ry, Maryland Thls Is a For Serv1ce and Qualzty G A Meats and Grocer1es B1rds Eye Frosted Foods Store Phone Mount A1ry 65 W ARMSTRONG TIRE gl ACCESSORY CORP Quahty Recapp1ng Telephone CLearwater 3 2378 A C Schrader F1restone Purolator Goodyear Tr1co McCreary Comphrnents of TOPS MARKET Mount A1ry, Maryland Phone 1 ll Layton sville , Md. Comphments of THE EUNKLES USED CAR PARTS 6 Mount A1ry, Maryland W 6 FRANCIS E RUNKLES MILLING CO Propr1etor Gram and Feed Dealers Phone Mount A1ry 256 Mount A1ry, Md I-I AEEY 12 I-IA? NIE K 3 CDN' 3 PLASTERING ST UCCOING Route No 1 Mount A1ry, Maryland Phone 263 J' 3 Sales Serv1ce PP ond' F1-eder1ck s Only Independent Home Furn1sh1ng Store 26 East Patr1ck Street Fredenck Phone MO 2 4111 Open Every N1te T11 9 Ma.ry1a.nd's Largest S1eg1er Heater Dealer All of These Famous Brands Kelvinator - Maytag - RCA - Youngstown - Zenith Z ' Appliances - Television - Furniture 1 V D I 1 ll ' Q ' ' 91 ' ' , Md. Compliments THE CARROLL AND STATE THEATERS We stmmster , Maryland Of B, M, WOODFIELD at SON Ford and Mercury Sales and Serv1ces Damascus, Md Bus Phone CLearwater 3 2172 Res CLearwater 3 2775 Free TV A1r C ond1t1on1ng SANDRA LEE NAOTEL. 32 M1 West of Ba1t1more 15 M1 East of Fredenck On U S Route 40 Phone Mt A1ry 474 Mt A1ry, Maryland Entrance at S1ncla1r F11l1ng Stat1on Owners MR AND MRS .T RAYMOND MOLESWORTH EDELJILD 1 P-Il:Al 1:13 A ll WQKHFHS pta v3+'igk Mi L .2 Damascus, Maryland . I a . - ' - . . . . . . - . . O O . O I O . I . . . . . - O O I 7 ' 7 P ' . 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KERS CDQCHARD5 Servmg the Pub11c Wlth Quahty Fru1t for 30 Years Peaches Apples Sour Cherrles Plums 1 1f2. M11es South of R1dgev111e Route 27 Mount A1ry Maryland Phone Mt A1ry 74 I ESSO SERVICENTER Esso DEALER 1 M11e South of R1dgev111e Route Z7 Phone Mt A1ry 344 T 1re s Battene s Motoro11s TICDLJIQ CCLJNTY f-'Q' STR AWS Cb mug QLWMOMQQ Phone 108 Mt Alry, Maryland We w1sh to express our appre c1at1on to the patrons who have con tnbuted generously and have made th1s 1958 ed1t1on of THE TCRCH poss1b1e u .f' V ' I X ,Q s .Af .. . HQ P A UW, F993 1:1-x I 'NO . . . 9 I . 1 . . - . . . . . 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