Mount Savage High School - Arrowhead Yearbook (Mount Savage, MD)
- Class of 1953
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In vision of high standards as to duty, aggressiveness,
willingness to work and courage, we the Senior Class of
1953 are proud to pioneer the path in the growth of the
new Mount Savage School.
We are proud of this continuous development and of
all those who have made it possible.
We the editors feel honored for being given the task
of portraying for posterity a cross-section of a great year
at Mount Savage High.
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These are scenes from the newly built Mt. Savage School. It is considered one of the
most modern in this locality and one of the finest in the country. Some of its features
are: glass brick walls, indirect lighting, three tone pastel walls and the latest modern
equipment in all departments.
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THE HIGH SCHOOL
ALFRED H. BENNA
We dedicate this, our first yearbook, to Alfred H. Benna as a token of our appreciation for the
wonderful work he has done as principal of our new school. The special interest he has taken in
us personally, his willingness to co-operate whenever asked, and his friendly manner with the
members of the faculty and student body have made him an outstanding figure.
We give tribute to a man without whose leadership we could not have accomplished so much, so
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MR. EDWARD A. MECONI
This is Medicine Man of the
tribe. Like any other doctor he
gives us advice and helps us
with our problems. He has gone
about this job whole heartedly
and we appreciate all he has
MR. ALFRED H. BENNA
He is the BIG CHIEF of our Indian
tribe. All Braves will agree that he
has given us his cooperation and we
in turn have given ours.
MRS. MABEL WILSON
She is the efficient recor d
keeper for the CHIEF and his
tribe. She is about the busiest
person on the reservation.
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ALFRED H. BENNA
Shippensburg State Teachers College, Penn. State,
B. S., M. Ed., Mathematicsg Social Studies.
Frostburg State Teachers College, Second and Third
MARY E. BLACKBURN '
Fairmont College, A. B.: Social Studies.
MELVIN L. BROWN
Fairmont College, West Virginia University, B. S.g
M, S., Science.
Frostburg State Teachers College, Sixth Grade.
Frostburg State Teachers College, Fourth Grade
LESLIE C. AMTOWER
Fairmont State, A, B,g Mathematics.
Westminster, Bachelor of Music: Music.
DON A. EMERSON
West Virginia University, A. B.: M. A.g Physicsg
Seton Hill Collegeg W
M. A.. Englishg Latin.
est Virginia University, A. B,
R. BLAINE GAINER
Davis and Elkins Collegeg West Virginia University.
A. B.: M.A.g French: English.
FREDERICK C. HAGER
Pennsylvania State College, B. S., Instrumental
Frostburg State Teachers College, Advanced First
Gradeg Fifth and Sixth Grades.
JOSEPH V. CARTER
Mount Saint Mary's. Emmitsburg, Md., B. S.,
English, Social Studiesg Mathematics.
Dickenson Jr. College. Western Maryland College,
B. A., Art,
Frostburg State Teachers College, Fourth and Fifth
C CAROLINE V. LENNOX
Frostburg State Teachers Collegeg First Grade.
THOMAS W. LEWIS
Sheperd State Teachers College. B. S., Mathematics.
LOIS B. MCCREIGI-IT
Boston University, B. S.: Physical Education.
Western Maryland College, A. B.g English: Mathe-
Frostburg State Teachers College: First Grade Certi-
ficateg Second Grade.
JANE B. HOLLIDAY
University of Kentucky College of Education, Lex-
ington, Kentuckyg A. B., in Commercial Educationg
LEA!-l M. HUFF
Frostburg State Teachers Collegeg B. S.: Elementary
Education, Third Grade,
University of Maryland, B. S.: Home Economics.
JACK R. SNYDER
Frostburg State Teachers College, B, S, g
JOHN C. THOMAS
Frostburg State Teachers College, B, S, g
Frostburg State Teachers College, B. S. in
Elementary Education, First Grade.
Frostburg State Teachers College, A, B, fPendingjg
EDWARD A. MECONI
St. Francis, Frostburg State Teachers College, Co
lumbia University, A, B. , B. S. , Ed., M. A.,
Problems of Democracy, U. S. History.
EVELYN B. POLAND
Frostburg State Teachers College, B. S. in
Elementary Educationg Fifth Grade.
EDITH S. RIZER
Frostburg State Teachers College, A. B. KT
Special Educationg Social Studies, Speech
WALTER M. SHUTOK
State Teachers College, California, Pa. , B. S
Metalworking, Automotive Mechanics.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
' ' JOSEPH M. GLASS
- - NAOMI R. SWEENE
- - - DONNA J. WILSON
- - MR. EDWARD MECONI
- - - - - CAROL S. BEAL
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CAROL SUE BEAL
A face that's by its own beauty dressed, and can alone
commend the rest. "
WILLIAM LESTER BLANK, JR,
God bless the man that first invented sleep. "
CHARLOTTE LOUISE CHANEY
The sweetest garland to the sweetest maid."
IAMES RUSSELL CONNER
There is a time of speaking and a time of
being still. "
HUBERT REGIS CONWAY
"Fun at any cost."
JOHN RICHARD CRUMP
"They gave me advice galore, but still I go on as before."
ROBERT LEON BRIDGES
"Men of few words are the best men."
RICHARD CARL BURKHART
"The fewer the desires, the more peace
BRUCE EDWARD DIEHL
"Give me love and work: just these two."
MARY GERTRUDE FIORITA
"She is pretty to walk with, witty to talk with,
pleasant to think on."
JUANITA MAE FRANKENBERRY
Gentleness and repose are paramount to
everything else in a woman. "
JOSEPH MARVIN GLASS
An ounce of courtesy is worth a pound of
JOAN KATHERINE GOEBEL
And on that cheek and o'er that brow
so soft, so calm, yet so eloquent."
ELLEN ELIZABETH JENKINS
"The joy of youth and health her eyes
displayed, and ease of heart her very
look conveyed. "
BETTY JANE LASHLEY
"Thy voice is a celestial melody."
PEGGY JEAN LAVIN
"There is no work of resolution that has not been the
delight of mankind."
'Devoted, anxious, generous with her
NCRMA IEAN MARKWOOD '
Her voice was ever soft, gentle, and
low, an excellent thing in a woman."
SHIRLEY ANN MERRBACH
whole heart's welcome in her smile. "
MARQUERITE IRENE NEDER
I like the laughter that opens the lips and the heart
that shows at the same time pearls of the soul. "
SHIRLEY ELIZABETH O'BAKER
Affecting to seem unaffected is the smile that wins.
WANDA GWYNNE LEMMERT
Never do today that which you can do tomorrow."
THOMAS WESLEY LEWIS, IR.
Wildly extensive is the poets' aim, and in each
verse he draws a bill of fame."
MARY AGNES McGANN
"Coquette and coy at once her air, care
less she is with an artful care."
MARY EDITH MALEY
Easy to smile, quick to make friends,
and nice to know."
ALICE ELOISE PARRY
The feeling heart, simplicity of life, and elegance
"Beautiful as sweet, and young as beautiful, those
blue violets, her eyes."
HARRY OSCAR PFISTER
If you want anything done, do it your-
SHIRLEY KATHERINE RICE
The soul that perpetually overflows
with kindness will always be cheerful."
DONALD E. ROBESON
"A laugh is worth a hundred groans in
ROBERT DONALD SAMPSON
"To live long it is necessary to live
LOUENNA JANE SHAFFER
A little, tiny, pretty, witty, charming, darling,
The only way to have a friend is to be one."
GOLDIE MAUD TRIMBLE
"Laughter takes the kinks
out of the chain of life, "
DONNA IE AN WISLON
There's language in her
eye, her cheek, her lip
her smile speaks, "
DORIS MARIE WRIGHT
Speech is great but
silence is greater. "
PATRICIA ANN SULLIVAN
"Good nature is worth more than
money and honor. "
MARGARET JANE SWEENE
"Thy mirth is sweet as if it took its
music from thy soul."
NAOMI RUTH SWEENE
"She has an eye that
could speak though her
tongue were silent, "
The more you loaf, the
more the credit, "
A man that blushed is
not quite a brute. "
"Ambition is a germ from which all
"So serious, gentle, mild and straight, l
CAROL GRACE YUTZY
growth of nobleness proceeds. "
GLORIA MAE BURALL
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NORMA LEE MARTIN
First row: T. Combs, N. Deffenbaugh, P.
Dorman, C. Fleegle. Second row: D.
Harden, I. Hook, R. House, M. Hotchkiss,
L. Johnson. Third row: D. Klosterman, N.
Lancaster, I. Logsdon, L. McGann, D.
Miller. Fourth row: M. Stowell, R. Spa-
taro, D. Stevens, D. Shriner. Fifth row:
F. Wiemer, E. Williams, K. Bridges.
Standing: J. Blank, D. J. Sweene, N.
Bridges, J. Boor, K. Reagan, J. Sweene.
First row: I. Blank, B. Furrall, C. Miller,
F. Sweene. Second row: J. Brannon, M.
Glass, D. Miller, T. Walbert. Third row:
M. Shaffer, R. Housel, G. Robinette, D.
Snyder. Fourth row: S. Deffenbaugh, A.
Jones, C. Shipe, F. Watkins. Fifth row:
M. Sampson, M. Winebrenner, E. Wilhelm,
Standing: B. Bittner, W. Stevens, W. Diehl,
E. DeVore, G. Kenney, B. Dorsey.
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
Seated: Gene Kenney, President, Ioan Sweene,
Secretary, Robert Blank, Vice President. Standing:
Richard Walters, Treasurer, Miss Mary Elizabeth
First row: I. Dickel, B. Malloy. Second
row: D. Carr, R. Blank, M. Morgan, R.
Walters. Third row: N. Chedister, J.
Hott, D. Pfister, H. Werner. Fourth row:
I. DeVau1t, C. Lucky, I. Smith, R. Blank
C. Winebrenner, Fifth row: B. Boor, C.
Madden, I. Elder, K. Brant.
The roving photographer catches
the Tenth and Eleventh Grade
Latin classes in action.
First row: C. Foy, C. Geary, J. Green, M.
Green, F. Hare, M. Klink. Second row:
D. Lashley, M. Madda, R. McKenzie, D.
Miller, G. Kemp, G. Printy. Third row:
B. Robinette, R. Skrichfield, C. Shaffer,
L. Shipe, C. Smith, R. Snyder. Fourth row:
J. Walsh, D. Whitehead, L. Waltman, M.
Walbert, R. Winebrenner, F. Wright.
Standing: J. Bonner, T. Berrington, I.
Brannon, S. Blank, W. Bridges, L. Wade,
First row: I. VanMeter, G. Hughes, T.
Stevens, N. Weimer, K. Snyder, C. Elfritz,
C. Fiorita, D. Walters, A. Spataro. Second
row: B. Stevens, E. Kennell, W. Conner,
C. Bridges, T. Parry, J. Gomer, D. Martin,
L. Spataro, D. Conrad.
First row: G. Hite, S. Miller, J. A. Geary,
J. Lowery, D. Harden, T. Helmick, W.
Hook, R. Winebrenner, Second row: C.
Lashbaugh, G. Huff, R. Johnson, R. Diehl,
D. Lease, M. L. Golden, C. Luman. Third
row: V. Worrier, E. Rice, G. Ringer, D.
Carr, M. Watkins, J. A. Holt. Standing:
H. Cessna, C. Blank, D. Aldridge, E.
Sweaman, P. Carter, H. Galf, C. Witt, B.
Conners, M. Bittner, B. Closton.
First row: K. Martz, N. Jones, S. Westfall
P. Harvy, J. Philips. Second row: N.
Lemmert, D. Lickliter. Third row: A.
Nutter, E. Stevens, M. Harden, K. Miller
Fourth row: E. Ringer, N. Messenger.
Standing: D. Glass, R. Fuller, T. Kelly,
L. Fuller, R. Hott, T. Steele.
First row: C. Bridges, L. Cook, R. Lashley,
A. Watkins, S. Gordon. Second row: J.
Fair, M. Holt, A. Drew, M. Lee, R. Frank-
berry, J. Hinkle. Third row: R. McKenzie,
A. Snyder, E. Snyder, N. Cook, L. Drew,
D. Ricewick. Fourth row: W. Duckworth,
I. Miller, C. Rice, M. Lewis, D. Messenger.
Standing: L. House, R. Femi, J. Hartman,
R. Rice, S. Helmick, R. Crowe.
Twelfth Grade Law Class in
Mrs. Holliday's Room
First row: R. DeVau1t, B. Emerick, T.
Emerick, B. Foley, M. Garlick. Second
row: I. Harden, R. Burkett, R. Hott, P.
lzzett, A. Conner, V. Johnson, M. Chi-
nault. Third row: R. Leonard, P. Loar,
gan, R. Raygor. Fourth row: D. Rice, M
Saelet, I. Snyder, D. Wright, J. Winner.
Standing: J. Beverlin, F. Reith.
L. Madden, V. Cook, G. Martin, I. Mor-
First row: J. Glass, S. Bittner, T. Porter,
R. Jones. Second row: D. Thomas, G.
Lowery, W. Gordon. Third row: D. Wine-
brenner, M. Smith, T. Spataro. Fourth
row: J. Haun, C. Frankenberry, D. Finn,
S. Duckworth, S. Truley, A. Weimer, I.
Graham, R. Malloy, M. L. Robertson.
Standing: J. Hughes, G. Gordon, J. Mor-
gan, C. Jenkins, D. Hohnson, D. Barncord,
V. DeVore, M. Mayer, B. Wisenburger.
The roving photographer catches the
Home Economics cooking class at work.
First row: Mary Parry, Charles Witt, Gary
Robinette. Second row: Robert Johnson,
Russel Jones. Third row: Susanna Trimble,
Kay Bridges. Fourth row: Noah Grady.
Standing: Glenna Shroyer, Homer DeVault,
Robert Faidley, Edward Ringer, Linnie Blank
Shelva Winebrenner, George Witt, Robert
First row: M. Bridges, R. Arnold, B. Tur-
ley, D. Harden, M. Spataro, V. Ricewick,
V. Smith, D. Sampson. Second row: R.
Lashbaugh, G. Hawkins, F. Hansrote, F.
Frankenberry, C. LeMasters, D. Lowery.
Third row: D. Geary, S. Church, W,
Fleegle, B. Burkett, G. Bittner. Standing:
L. Walbert, F. Markwood, C. Goebel, I.
Lavin, G. Beal, F. Boor, F. Bridges, A.
Bingham, S. Lepley, J. Waltman.
First row: S. Winebrenner, I. Meyer, G. Witt, M.
Bridges, L. Walbert, A. Morgan, P. Porter, K.
Wolford, D. Holt. Second row: Mrs. Poland, W.
Arnold, V. Black, C. Martin, M. Michaels, G.
Smith, H. Gordon, B. Taccino, J. Izzett, E. D.
Cook. Third row: J. Martin, N. Jenkins, R. Weid-
ner, G. Johnson, R. Spataro, L. Malloy, D. Bridges,
D. Hott, R. Lantz.
First row: J. Riggleman, R. Jenkins, W. Jenkins,
C. Goetz, J. Pressman, C. McKenzie, K. Swauger,
A. Bridges, E. Miller, S. Sweene. Second row: B.
Winebrenner, L. Pfister, R. Blank, D. Huff, B.
Blank, R. Faidley, A. DeVault, J. Vizza, G. Kirby,
Mrs. Downey. Third row: F. Often, B. Sansom, J.
Sweene, J. Steel, C. Geary, D. Arnold, L. Burk-
hart, R. O'Neal, R. Foy, J. Frankenberry.
First row: D. Miller, R. Taylor, J. Steele, H.
Weimer, R Martin, C. Helmick, T. Cessna, R.
Folk, D. Often, A. Blank, L. Beal. Second row:
Miss Aldridge, W. Gordon, J. Sweene, B. Miller,
D. Johnson, H. Frankenberry, P. Malloy, S. Wilson
C. Boyce, P. Trimble, L. Witt. Third row: G.
Geary, L. Blank, K. Bennett, S. Leighty, B. Faid-
ley, J. Klinger, E. Bridges, L. Frankenberry, R.
Leonard, A. Spataro, R. Spiker. Fourth row: W.
Prercy, R. Harden, D. McCray, J. Jenkins, T.
Lance, W. Adams, E. Lashley, J. Harden, T. And-
First row: N. Riggleman, K. Snyder, R. Aldridge,
D. Williams, D. Bardges, R. Lance, D. VanMeter,
S. Aldridge, R. Folk, R. Boyce, B. Martin, K.
Taylor, R. Moore. Second row: Miss Aldridge, C.
Cessna, D. Dickle, P. Lepley, K. Lashley, D.
Winebrenner, B. Gray, D. Martin, L. Conrad, T.
Russell, J. Bridges, Mrs. Caldara. Third row: R.
Frankenberry, M. Watkins, R. Lynn, B. Bennett,
S. Simpson, L. Michaels, C. Aldridge, M. Hice,
R. Faidley, R. Wolford, E, Trimble, J. Sampson,
K. Watkins, G. VanMeter, C. Bittner, V. Crathers,
S. Wright, N. Smith, J, Martin.
First row: M. Weimer, G. McKenzie, B. Hains, N.
Weimer, L. Smith, B. Weimer, J. Boyce, C. Rus-
sell, D. Sweene, A. Griffin, R. Lepley, Mrs. Him-
melwright. Second row: J. Watkins, M. Wilhelm,
M. L. Hughes, D. Engle, L. Harden, K. Shaffer,
R. Spataro, H. Folk, B. Michaels, L. Martin, A.
Aldridge. Third row: B. Walton, D. Bridges, M.
Loar, E. Delbrook, L. Baker, O. Bridges. I. Smith,
Mrs. Best. Fourth row: H. Grady, G. Harvey, I.
Bridges, D. Winebrenner, N. Paul, G. Parsons,
B. Simpson, D. Baker, C. Walbert, B. Gaughan.
First row: S. Dickel, C. Leply, J. Adams, W.
Sweene, R. Wilson, T. Sansom, E. Sturtz, M.
Evans, J. Furlow, L. Knienem, R. Spiker, R. Kel-
ley, R. Miller, I. Snyder, B. Conner. Second row:
Miss Winner, D. Engle, S. Witt, K. Gordon, M.
Geary, J. Winebrenner, C. Shaffer, C. Steel, M.
Holtz, P. Lantz, W. Holt, B. Conner, Mrs. Lennox.
Third row: I. Johnson, G. Crowe, I. Carter, A.
Snyder, E. Delbrook, I. Lashley, J. Faidley, E.
Rankin, B. Gaughan, B. Loor, A. Porter, R. Bridges
D. Jenkins, K. Robinette. Fourth row: I. Harden,
C. Lashely, R. Skipper, I. Spataro, M. Hughes, W.
Phillips, W. Foy, G. Garey, P. Winebrenner, D.
Trexler, D. Hite, V. Winebrenner.
First row: S. Martin, V. Foy, B.
Winebrenner, A. Faidley, G.
Mckenzey, R. Pollic, R. O'Nea1,
E. Gordon, A. Wilhelm. Second
row: Miss Huff, D. Jones, W.
Wilkins. C. Shiner, P. Johnson, L.
Gray, D. Jones, N. Morgon, G.
Martin, N. Trimble. Third row:
W. Creder, D. Bridges, M. Morris,
T. Teary, N. Porter, P. Fair, T.
Winebrenner, R. Spiker, G. Ald-
ridge, Mrs. Best. Fourth row: L.
Miller, S. Fairgue, J. Porter, J.
Spataro, J. Klink, E. Porter, C.
Weese, R. Smith, E. Gordon.
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ARROWHEAD YEAR BOOK
DONNA J. WILSON
Seated: Donna I. Wilson. Standing:
Ioan Goebel, Shirley Merrbach, Ellen
As Editor of the yearbook, Donna
Wilson's untiring efforts really
proved to be worthwhile, as she,
along with Joan Goebel and Patsy
Sullivan, successfully pushed the
yearbook on its course.
Jenkins, Patricia Sullivan, Betty Lash- Aggociate Editor
ley, Bruce Diehl, Mary A. McGann,
Mary Edith Maley, Carol Yutzy, Peggy PATRICIA SULLIVAN
Sweene, Alice Party. Business Manager
The helpfulness of the
Staff of the first yearbool
of Mt. Savage School
proved valuable in portray-
ing the activities in 1952-
First row: M. Maley, B. Lashley, E. Jenkins, P. Sullivan, D. Wilson, I. Goebel, P. Sweene, S. Merr-
bach. Second row: E. Meconi, A. Parry, B. Diehl, S. O'Baker, P. Lavin, M. Neder, C-t Chaney, C.
Beal, G. Fiorita, E. Diamond. Third row: S. Rice, N. Sweene, G. Trimble, D. Wright, M. McGann,
T. Lewis, B. Skipper, C. Yutzy. -
ATIQN NEWSPAPER WARRIOR
Bruce Diehl Patsy Sullivan Alice Parry
Associate Editor-in-Chief Business
Inexperience did not alter the high spirits of
the Warrior Staff as they plunged into the
task of publishing their first edition of a school
paper. Without the help of their Advisor,
Mrs. Madelaine Gainer, they might not have
been quite so successful. But with her con-
stant instructions and the staff's efforts they
succeeded in bringing the students the latest
news of their school life.
Congratulations are in order for Patsy
Sullivan, Editor of our WARRIOR, for
the wonderful job she has done in pro-
moting the growth of the paper. Also
in line for thanks are Alice Parry and
Bruce Diehl, the Business Manager and
Donna Wilson, Ellen Jenkins, Patsy Sullivan, William Skipper,
Mary Agnes McGann, Shirley Merrbach, Alice Parry, Bruce
Diehl, Margaret Sweene, Joseph Glass, Mary Edith Maley.
First row: G. Trimble, D. Wright, M. McGann
E. Jenkins, P. Sullivan, D. Wilson, M. E. Ma
ley, A. Parry, R. Walsh, J. Pfitzenmayer.
Second row: B. Diehl, B. Skipper, N. Sweene
P. Lavin, J. Goebel, M. Neder, S. Merrbach,
P. Sweene, M. Gainer. Third row: T. Lewis,
B. Lashley, S. O'Baker, S. Rice, C. Yutz, G.
Fiorita, C. Chaney, C. Beal, N. Markwood,
First row: G. Fiorita, C. Beal, P. Sweene, G. Uhl, P. Lavin, A. Parry, B. Lashley, G. Iemmert, M.
E. Maley, S. Raley. Second row: S. Meyers, I. Blank, R. House, I. Logsdon, D. Sweene, N. Deffen-
naugh, M. Hotchkiss, I. DeVau1t, S. O'Baker, S. Rice, R. Spataro, D. Miller, B. Krampf. Third row:
V. Merrbach, M. Bridges, I. Hook, F. Wiemer, D. Stevens, L. McGann, N. Lancaster, L. Johnson, S.
Bittner, I. Fleegle, C. Miller. Fourth row: D. Shriner, A. Jones, M. Glass, A. Williams, J. Barth, D.
Spataro, E. Jenkins, B. Boor, D. Bishelds, D. Hardon, J. Martin, D. Wiemer. Fifth row: R. Engle, J.
Sonners, D. Kirby, J. Hughs, R. Burall, B. Diehl, D. Williams, R. Crowe, I. Winebrenner, K. Wine-
wrenner, N. Sweene. J. Glass,C. Crosten.
MT. SAVAGE SCHOOL BAND
First ww. D. Miner, H. Gaff, R. House, D. Stevens. I. Logsdon. D. Sweene- Sewfld 'OW M- Dewi'
D. Weimer, N. Deffenbaugh, J. Dickle, C. Marths, C. Blank, R. Lashley. L- HOUSC- Third WW: I-
Brannon, C. Boyce, D. Huff, S. Wilson, C. Getz, 1. Lavin, T. Lewis. Fourth row: D. Walters. R-
Rice' J, Rizer, R, Boyce, C. Rush, S. Raley. I. Winters, J. Huff, J. Hott, T. Emerick, I. SSIUSOH. C-
Albright, R. Folk. Fifth row: R. Burrall, B. Everick, I. Fair, M. Harden, S. Westfall, N. J0n6S. H-
Broolu, G. Swauger, R. Stewart, K. Taylor, H. Cessna. I. Green. C- Milleff F- often- D- Crowe'
BOYS ' QUART ET
Ellen Jenkins, Accompanist
Donald Kirby, Bass, Jack Winebrenner, Baritone
Richard Crow, 2nd Tenor, Jerry Hughes, 1st Tenor.
JUNIOR GLEE CLUB
First row: J. Rizer, S. Winebrenner, V. Ricewick, W. Bridges, D. Lease, J. Lowery, M. Golden, J.
Holt, E. Swearman, I. Carr, R. Houck, C. Lashbaugh. Second row: L. House, Y. Moyer, E. Madden
V. Cook, M. Klink, B. Robinette, J. Neal, P. Harden, D. Aldridge, G. Ringer, C. Winebrenner.
Third row: J. Hartman, B. Emerick, J. Johnson, G. Snyder, B. Folley, S. Westfall, N. Jones, D. Mar-
tin. J. Bohner, C. Elfritz, T. Helmick, E. Drew, L. Cook. Fourth row: S. Miller, S. Stevens, N.
Lemmert, N. Conrad, R. DeVau1t, C. Witte, M. Watkins, J. Geary, C. Rush, M. Sailor, D. Rice, H.
Gaff. Fifth row: A. Watkins, P. Carter, W. Hook, M. Walbert, M. Chinault, S. Blank, G. Kip, S.
Helmick, M. Holt, R. Lashley, M. A. Lewis.
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JUNIOR CLASS PLAY
On November 13, 1952, the Junior
Class of Mt. Savage High School
presented a thre e act play, "Wish
on the Moon. "
The story c e n t e r s around a small
town girl anda big city lad, It tells
of the headaches and the heartaches
that a large town can bring to a girl
who doesn't quite know the score.
R. BLAINE GAINER
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Ann Williams -
Shirley Martin - -
Ann Carter ----
Donald Neder -
Juanita Martin - -
Gerald Jenkins - -
Dale Crabtree - -
- - Jenny
- - Gran
- - Tess
- - Mother
- - Eddie
- - Barbara
- - Vivian
- - Martin
- - - Pat
STLIDE T COUNCIL
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The purpose of the Student Council is
to provide opportunities for high school
people to practice self-government and
management of all extracurricular ac-
tivities and to bring about equality and
justice to all pupils in the benefits and
responsibilities of school life.
STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS
Left to right: Mr. Benna, Advisorg Eugene Kenney
Treasurer, Ellen Jenkins, President, Ann Williams,
Secretary, Gerald Jenkins, Vice President,
Mrs. Holliday, Advisor.
First row: R. Holt, G. Robinette, R. McKenzie, I. Lavin, D. Thomas, J. Kennel. Second row: P.
Stalhman, N. Martin, Bridges, F. Markwood, N. Lancaster, P. Carter, C. Fiorita, N. Lemmart, S.
Duckworth, B. Robinette. Third row: C. Rice, M. Neder, E. Jenkins, A. Williams, D. Phister, V.
Johnson, M. Shaffer, G. Hire, C. DeVore. Fourth row: R. Walsh, R. Martin, G. Jenkins, T. Hugh,
G. Kenny, W. Getz, J. Smith, J. Winners.
SENIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS
The Senior High Cheerleaders
are outstanding in this cheer:
Down in the graveyard
Diggin' up bones
Can't you hear those dead men's
Beat ---- Beat - - -
Ellen Jenkins, Darlene Spataro, Nancy Lancaster, Naomi Sweene, Barbara Boor.
The Junior Cheerleaders have a
clever way of doing this cheer:
We got the coach,
We got the team,
We got the pep,
We got the steam.
Coach, Team, Pep, Steam.
Fight, Team, Fight!
JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS
Laura Jean House, Alphia Watkins, Catherine Elfritz, Jane Rizer.
FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS
Future Business Leaders of America
are sponsored by a department of
the NEA, the United Business Edu-
cation Association -- with affili-
ated professional associations serv-
ing every state in the nation.
Over '700 chapters of FBLA are now
in high schools and colleges. The
chapter was first organized in 1942
and was democratically started for
all business students.
The club is devoted to youth de-
velopment and community service .
S t a t e conventions are now held
regularly in many states.
First row: G. Fiorita, A. Williams, J. Goebel, D. Wilson, M. E. Maley, P.
Sweene. Second row: Mrs. Holliday, N. See, N. Markwood, C. Beal, P.
Sullivan, S. Meyers, M. Lechliter, A. Carter, M. Malloy, D. Spataro, S.
Martin, C. Crosten. Third row: I. Wolf, C. Gorden, D. Clites.
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA
The FTA or Future Teachers of
America, are the future leaders of
our country. This club, under the
leadership of Jack Snyder and Mrs.
Rizer, becomes educated in the
field of leadership. One ofthe
activities the FTA is in, is a form
of an Ushers club. One of the
main programs the FTA ushered for
was Open House the night Mount
Savage School was dedicated .
Firstrowz S. Turley, M. Robertson, N. Deffenbaugh, S. Miller, P. Carter,
W. Hook, D. Sweene, J. Sweene, R. House. Second row: N. Grady, R.
Hughes, G. Hughes, A. Parry, C. Miller, N. Jones, E. Madden, C. Geary,
C. Yutzy, B. Emerick, C. Elfritz, H. DeVault, Mrs. Rizer. Third row:
Mr. Snyder, D. Spataro, F. Wiemer, D. Stevens, M. Hotchkiss, E. Jenkins
M. Malloy, C. Blank, J. Logsdon, M. Stowell, M. Fiorita, L. Johnson, M.
Parry, L. Blank.
R1 A CQOKS CAFETER1 A
I. Dorman, N. Wills, A. Crump, E. Sweene, First row: J. Goebel, N. Markwood, P.
M. Hughes, A. Winebrenner, Sullivan, A. Carter, E. Jenkins, M. Neder,
C. Yutzy, S. Hawkins. Second row: W.
Skipper, D. Wright, G. Trimble, C. Lucky,
J. Sweene, C. Reagan, P. Dorman, B.
Malloy, N. Martin. Third row: F. Snyder,
D. Robeson, P. Fiorita, D. Robeson, I.
Hughes, H. Conway, R. Walsh.
PROJECTIONISTS LIBRARY WORKERS
W. Fleegle, W. Diehl, D. Robeson, K. Winebrenner, First row: D. Wright, G. Trimble, S. Cessna, A.
C. Skidmore, Mr. Emerson, H. Pfister, J. Snyder, Williams, N. Martin, I. Martin, D. Weimer, I.
I. Hott, J. Smith, K. Bridges, J. Boor, R. Bittner, Shaffer, J. Blank, N. Lancaster. Second row: Miss
E. Goebel. Witte, V. Merrbach, J. Dickle, C. Lucky. J. Wolf,
D. Phister, J. Fleegle, S. Bittner, P. Stahlman.
The athletic program of our school is all dependent
on these three coaches . John Thomas directs all
boys' activities and is ably assisted by Coach "Buck"
Carter, who mentors the J. V. 's. The spring program
includes softball, baseball, basketball and wrestling
on the intramural program.
Lois McCreight has given the girls opportunity to
show their athletic prowess in a well varied intra-
mural schedule including fistball, volleyball, kick-
ball, stunts and tumbling, ping pong, basketball and
This, our first year in interscholastic
competition, we performed as in-
dependents but look forward to be-
coming a member ofthe WMI
League, which will be next season.
Despite a lac k of experience and
size, our boys always demonstrated
a high calibre of spirit and sports-
Irvin Elder - "Foxie" - 5'10" Junior
--- Guard --- dead on foul shots
and one-hand shots around the foul
Ronald Carter - "Nute" - 5'8" Junior
--- Forward --- good shot --- lead-
ing scorer --- should be helpful next
Gerald Jenkins - "Jesse" - 5'10" Junior Robert Walsh - "Chink" - 5'5" Senior
--- Guard --- excels in sportsmanship --- Co-Captain --- Forward --- faste
--- good passer. man --- good ball handler.
Roy Shaffer - "Bill" - 6' Junior DOI1211d R0beS0n - "Poon" - 6'2"
--- Guard --- good sportsman Senior --- Co-Captain --- high
--- fine on set shot --- fine f0u1 average --- good team man
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First row: M. Walbert, S. Blank, D. Aldridge, I. S. Duckworth, S. Stevens, A. Watkins, M. Smith
Logsdon. Second row: C. Beal, C. Geary, E. L. Cook.
First row: J. Holt, R. House, J. Logsdon. P. Dorman, N. Cook.
Standing: N. Deffenbaugh, C. Lucky, C. Geary, R. Lashley, C. Reagan.
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Vauda's Hair Studio
Vance's Texaco Station
John B. Novack
Miss Leah Huff
Mr. and Mrs. William Best
Miss Margaret Winner
O'Baker's Service Station
Shinnamon's ,Shoe Store
Straw Service Station
Precision Watch Shop
Jim's Barber Shop
Mr. and Mrs. Himrnelwright
Don's Service Station
Frank John's Restaurant
McKenzie's Barber Shop
Mary T. Witte
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Caldara
Gilbert Bolt Bakery
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