New Windsor High School - Echo Yearbook (New Windsor, MD)
- Class of 1939
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Text from Pages 1 - 46 of the 1939 volume:
Class of 1939
Il,'lSll, to rlerlicale this bool:
" THE ECHO M
lo our slag arlvisor, Miss Evelyn Mans,
mlm has so willingly lent lzer 8j?0I'lS 50
make llze publication of this Hrst book
CIASS OFFICERS AND CLASS ROLL
C1 ASS PROPHRCY
is ALOHA OE V
Erma Young Elsie Young
ASSISTANT BUSINESS MEXNACERS
Betty Walter Billy Myers
Milly Hoke Dennis Coale
JOKE EDlTORYM3I'j' Bare ALUMNI EDITORfMadeIine Putman
PICTURE EDITOR--Billy Myers CLASS PHOTOORAPHER-Samuel Boyer
LITERARY EDlTORSfD0llyf Hyde, Mary Thomas
TYPING EDITORS-Virginia Eeker, Catherine Ecker
ASSISTANT TYPINC EDITOR-Thelma Esker
SENIOR REPORTER-Milly Hoke SOPHOMORE REPORTER-Mary Thomas
JUNIOR REPORTER-BCtly' Smith FRESHMAN REPORTERiEleanor Marsh
MR. WILLARD L. HAWKINS, Principal
History, Social Science
IWISS EVELYN M-xus MISS WILNIA STINE
MRs. VIRGINIA SANDERS NIISS GERTRIIDE JAMISON
History, French, English Home Economics
MRS. CAROLYN SKINNER
MR. JOHN P. KROH
Manual Training, Mathematics, Science
MR. HENRY RI-:INDQLLAR
Mathematics, Science, Orchestra
Class of 1939
Class Colors-Maroon and Silver
SENIOR CLASS ROLL
Doris Jeannette Banlcerd
Mary Elizabeth Bare
Emory Laverne Baust
Margaret Christine Boone
Samuel Reitzel Boyer
Dennis Spalding Coale, Jr.
Howard Clarence Deeds
Mary Missouri Devilbiss
Catherine Larue Esker
Thelma May Ecker
Virginia Mae Esker
,lane Elizabeth Fleagle
Irene Myrtle Elygare
Erma Lucille Young
Roy James Fritz
Naomi Mae Fritz
David Paul Greene, Jr.
Francis Earl Hoff
Mildred Alice Holce
Dorothy Marie Hyde
Earle Lantz Hyde, Jr.
Arneda Threse Marquet
Doris Etta Miller
William Earnest Myers
Madeline Irene Putman
Betty Louise Walter
Elsie Formwalt Young
Good-natured and dependable, Doris is
a friend to all. Although Doris doesnzt
participate in athletics, she is usually seen
at baseball games. Her soft soprano voice
has contrilluted to many musical activities
of the school. Doris, thoughts are drawn
to Westminster heeause a Beard is like il
Wherels Margy? ln the office? In the
typing room or rehearsing the Eisteddfod
Chorus? No matter Where she is, she is
always working. She is also fond of
dancing and of doing good H deeds."
Fickle as she is funny, she breaks hearts
and Sunday dates without leaving a trail
of regret in her wake.
Doclcie typifies the student who is weary-
ing of Work. He yawns through the les-
sons, rests through the study periods, and
forgets that school exists as soon as he
leaves in the evening. He is familiar with
his hooks only from their outside covers.
With the girls to boost him along he Will,
perhaps, make a great athletic hero!
Mary is level-headed, witty and depend-
able. Her alto voice has won her a place
in the high school chorus. She d0esn't
believe in intensive study, but in just
enough work to get by. Her ardent love
for activities has enabled her to help the
home team win many victories.
jovial, stalwart, and handsome, a regu-
lar in baseball and soccer, and an active
participant in many athletic events is Dick.
He doesnlt believe in intensive studying
but does enough to get by. But fun is the
spice of life for Dick and he has his share
Here is our stand-by when we want a
handy man. Sammy is our high school
news commentator. Familiar with all thi-
important happenings in every part of the
world, he keeps us posted on current
events. Sammy's heart is in the air.
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Deeds is what the school calls a ladies'
man but he is a favorite with the entire
school as well. He is the high school
glamour man with a partner sweet and
fairg a singer who likes to singg We like
to hear him singg his music teacher likes
to teach him. Although he seldom appears
to be paying attention in class, he is never
caught oil his guard,
lt is useless to attempt to describe Mary,
for each one who knows her forms his own
opinion which differs widely from that of
any other friend or acquaintance which
she has. lt seems that cupid shot her when
she first saw Dick. She swears an eternal
unconcern about everything under the sun,
and lives up to her oath.
Particularly dependable in Senior re-
sponsibilities, Thelma is one of our quiet
and lady-like girls who gets things clone.
Lessons are the least of her Worries al-
though she does excellent work in the com-
mercial field. She may have ideas about
persons and things but she has never been
known to express them.
THE ECHQ 2.939
Speaks and then thinks, 4' Sis ii loves to
cock and " to sew a fine seam," but never
lets her doniestic or culinary explorations
interfere with her purpose in lifeg namely,
to show herself a good time. A country
life as a farmer's wife is the tune of the
song she sings.
The quiet dignity of Irene is always an
asset to any class room, just as her ready
helpfulness is an advantage to many stu-
dents. She possesses opinions of her own
which usually diiler from others of her
class. We do not know what field of work
Irene will enter when she leaves high
school, but we wish her the best of success
Jim is satisfied to stand on the side lines
and watch the rest of the world go by.
Unconcerned about everyday happenings,
he apparently lives in a world of his own.
Though not an athlete, his chief interest is
THE ECHO 1939
Cinny, although popular, pleasing, and
easily provoked, has never had a case on
study. All activities, including dancing,
swimming and horseback riding, have an
attraction for her. We do not know whether
our lady of sports believes that variety is
the spice of life but we do know that she
has enough different dates to start a club.
Lovable and vivacious, particularly
fond of flowers fespecially Budsl, indus-
trious in the practice of keeping dates with
the same young man-thatis ,lanel ltis
hardly necessary to say she is greatly de-
voted to having a good time for she is one
of the liveliest of our fair ones. She takes
an active part in all extra-curricular ac-
tivities. Above all, she is a loyal and un-
derstanding: pal-sa really human friend.
Reserved, dignified and well munnered.
Naemi knows What to do and does it. She
is our quiet and capable librarian who is
always at the service of anyone. She is at
star in the field of study. Possibly her
ability along academic lines may be partly
due to the fact that she has been able to
dodge Cupid's arrow.
THE geegao new
Interesting and pleasant, Paul is always
an asset on the Held, in classes, and also
after school. He has proved himself to bc
a great athlete and has starred in track
events since he entered high school. As
President of the Senior Class he has helped
to make our last school year a success.
No matter how lovely to look at. how
delightful to know, and how heavenly to
kiss, no member of the fairer sex can at-
tract Francis' attention. His favorite topic
is farming and his chief concern agricul-
Milly is one of those peppy girls who
always has a supply of energy ready to lx-
used for any purpose. It seems impossible
that so much vitality could be stored in
one girl. She has displayed her talents in
the high school chorus and as one of the
sports editors of ATHE ECHO." Her ac-
curacy in athletics has helped the home
team many times.
Dolly is one of the song birds of our
class who sings in the school chorus and
participates in athletics. lndustrious and
dependable, Dolly is well able to take care
of herself in the work-a-day world. Al-
though she has a good scholastic record
and is a worker on M THE ECHO i' staff, her
main interest lies in the sportghorsebaclc
There is just one thing we can say that
is just to Buddyls credit, he is not a stu-
dent, but he is the embodiment of many
other virtues. His ability as an athlete is
unsurpassed by any student in the school.
His first and great love is horses and
throughout the years he has won many
trophies which proves his good horseman-
A brisk step and a gleeful laugh an-
nounce the approach of Threse. She never
takes a very active part in any of her
classes because she has other things run-
ning through her brain that leaves her
little time for such trivial things as lessons.
Never serious, Threse takes school as a bit
of n joke.
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Doris is addicted to make-up, though
she doesnlt need it, and to arranging her
hair, though it's always curled to the last
stage of perfection, and to talking about fl
dental student, a lad from Pittsburgh. She
is good natured, easily amused, slow to
anger, and forgiving. These adjectives
describe one of the fun-loving girls of our
class, who has won the affection of both
her teachers and classmates.
Billy is always good natured, and
though often the butt of a joke, he is never
found in an ill humor. As President of the
Student Government tone of the highest
positions the high school can oilerj, Billy
has rendered excellent service. We wonder
what H THE ECHO H would have done with-
out his help.
Maddy's size does not limit her popu-
larity. Her soprano voice swells our
choruses, and her interest along academic
lines has made her an asset to our school.
Though fond of music, and of a good time
as well, Maddy never neglects her lessons.
We understand she left her heart at Union
Jw THE mono less
To the class of 739 Betty has been a real
friend and in it an efhcient worker. Like
the little candle that throws its beam, her
helpfulness and happiness have gleamecl
everywhere. She is also a big asset to
parties, and often she is the leader on our
entertainment committees. Betty has dis-
played her talents in the school chorus and
as one of the advertising managers of
4' THE Ecnof'
Shorty drives her father's car, dances,
ard at the same time tops the list of Honor
Roll students. As associate editor of 'LTHE
E4 HOJ, she deserves special credit for all
that she did in helping to make it a suc-
cess. Her thoughts about Johnny she
keeps to herself. She's a good sport, en-
joys all types of entertainment and goes
for school, as a whole, in a big way.
Vfe all admire Erma for her clever skill
in both basketball and all outdoor ath-
letics. She is an athlete through and
through. Her diligence to her lessons
ntake her a dependable student. Her mu-
sical ability won her a place in the high
school chorus and her work as associate
editor of H THE ECI-I0 77 is not to be over-
Come now, out of your reyerie.
Your dreams of the past.
And with the help of augury
Let us the future cast.
Ten long years have come and gone
The Class of '39--and
Time Mareh Oni
Doris Bankerd with the aid of college
ls teaching French from her high school knowledge
H Ginny 7' Evker, the blues singer of the day
ls swinging and swaying with Sammy Kaye.
To he a farmeris wife was her greatest desireg
Now M Sis " is eontented in her home making fire.
Mary works on a farm with all her might,
But she still goes to town on Saturday night.
Janels a nurse with all her array
Of pills and hottles on a niedieine tray.
lVlary's married and settled down,
And now she lives in lfniontown.
As if four huslmands werent enough
Margyls still doing the " win 'ein stuff."
Threse, in her usual may
Bosses her hushand. so they say!
Our little Betty works with effect
To teaeh the intrir'ac'ies of Home lic.
l"ranc'is has completed his education
And learned all ahout soil r-onseryation.
Naomi keeps the Golden Rule
And takes her kids to Sunday School.
Clad in white, Doris will be
Waking the rounds. her patients to see.
ln spite of all of Maddyis fears,
Torn remains faithful throughout the years.
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Class Prophecy fContinuedl
In spite of his effort to get away
Paul on his father's farm did stay.
Jim, the Champion bowler of the state,
Always manages to get home late.
In Barnum Bailey,s Dolly did ride
Two dashing fiery steeds astride.
To marry rich was Billyfs desire
But his little old cottage is one to admire.
Sammy started out by picture taking
Now he's a scientist in the making.
As a husband and father, Emory Baust
Finds his interests in baseball are not lost.
To the races Buddy would gog
Now he's jockey at Pimlico.
All the patients to " Deedle I' will go-d
He's mastered the body from head to toe.
'G Doekie 'f rests on the porch of the country store
And winks at the girls as they pass through the door.
A stenographer Irene was trained to be,
Now she takes dictation with accuracy.
Thelma Esker, every day
In an ollice earns her pay.
Basketball is her favorite game,
And it has brought our Milly fame.
L' Shorty i' through college has worked her way
Now sheis teaching commercial and receiving much pay.
Erma Young, our famous musician
Finds pleasure in fulfilling her private position.
So youyve seen the future what is to come,
And we must return to life's humdrum.
I trust that augury won't go to your head- -
That you'll come back to the present
Yet remember whatls been said!
THE ECHO 1939
We, the class of nineteen hundred and thirty-nine of New Windsor High School,
city of New Windsor, of the state of Maryland, do hereby declare this to be our last
will and testament. Upon our departure we wish the following instructions to be
First: We bequeath to the following members of the Faculty:
Mr, Hawkins we give a mechanical servant
Miss Maus we bestow a handsome young man with rosy cheeks.
Miss Jamison we give a quiet Home Ec. Class.
To Mrs. Sanders we bequeath more English and less French.
1 To Mrs. Skinner we will an assistant to help her learn to know the students of her
To Miss Stine we bequeath another championship soft-ball team.
Mr. Kroh we give an alarm clock to remind him of class periods.
Mr. Reindollar we present an orchestra as famous as Hans Kindler's.
Second: To the following members of the Junior Class:
Billy Myers leaves his leadership ability to Gloria Boone.
Elsie Young wills her appearance to Mary Bowersox.
Dolly Hyde leaves her blonde hair to Betty Coe.
Catherine Ecker wills her dark hair to Mildred Dayhoff.
Erma Young leaves her talent in Dramatics to Betty Englar.
Doris Miller leaves her interest in Volley Ball to Dorothy Eyler.
Thelma Ecker wills her typing ability to Ruby Fritz.
Milly Hoke wills her athletic spirit to Nora Goodermuth.
Threse Marquet leaves her interest in the opposite sex to Blanche Hancock.
Naomi Fritz's interest in the library is left to Dorothy Hoch.
Doris Bankerd wills her figure to Thelma Horning.
Madeline Putman leaves her height to Mildred Myers.
Betty Walter wills her sewing ability to Dove Pilson.
Margaret Boone leaves her attraction for Cupid's Arrows
Mary Devilbiss' giggles are left to Elizabeth Strine.
Jane Fleagle wills her popularity to Irene Stultz.
Bud I-Iyde's ambition CU is willed to Donald Barnes.
Paul Greene wills his athletic ability to Billy Bloom.
Sam Boyer wills his title, " The Sheik," to Clarence Bohn.
Mary Bare leaves her ability in French to James Caylor.
Irene Flygare wills her P. O. D. technique to Billy Fritz.
Dockie Coale leaves his interest in Study CU to Kenneth Lawson.
Virginia Ecker wills her shorthand notebook and pencil to Wagner Miller.
Howard Deeds wills his saxophone to Paul Vosburgh.
James Fritz leaves his interest in baseball to Fred Weishaar.
Francis Hoff leaves his funny noises to Edward Reddick.
Emory Baust wills his catcher's mitt to Robert Bare.
to Betty Smith.
Three: To the Sophomore Class:
We will you more luck in succeeding in your social life in the future.
Four: To the Freshman Class:
To the Freshman Girls, we will the Senior Girls' ability to shun Cupidis arrows. To
Freshman Boys, we will a better knowledge of High School studies.
WITNESS WHEREOF we have set our hand in signature this ninth day of June, nine-
teen hundred and thirty-nine.
Signed, published and declared by
THE SENIOR CLASS.
Tune: Deep Purple
When our school days are oier
And our minds for ever-more
Have recalled with many a tear
And many a sigh,
Through the mist of the memories.
Thoughts wonder hack to me
Of our old Kew Windsor High.
Though the years have llown hy,
Nlemories of our dear old High
Linger still and always will be
hear our heartsg
And as long as we roaln on earth,
Our sehool days will he worth
'L To THE SEN1oRs "
The hour must come V
To hid farewell to our New Windsor High--
You've made things hum
Through these past four years,
Hut now it's time to say goodhye.
Well remember you
As our schoolmates dear
With whom we've had a grand time.
And we know that you, too,
On your ventures through life
Wonit forget these moments suhlime.
We all must part
To go our ways. and reunions will he fewer-
lilut Vlose to our hearts
Weill cherish the years
That wr-'ye enjoyed with you.
The Class of '39 after an uneventful freshman year in the old high school quai-
ters, proudly began their sophomore year in our fine new high school. For two years
we plodded along looking forward to the time to Come when we would he 64 dignified
Many happy times have we had during our senior year which will long be re-
membered. Cooperation from our class made our Valentine dance a great success
and brought our school closer to us making it dearer to our hearts. Much credit is
due the director of our high school play, M Little Miss Dreamerf' She made it one of
the most successful ever. lt was then that Dan Cupid appeared. l-lis arrows found
Class History Concluded
the way into many of the castis hearts and have remained there steadfast. Athletics
this year have again climbed to the top much to the credit of our principal, who is
M the tops." He has taken great interest in us throughout our whole four years of
school life. The annual senior class trip to Washingtorl was one of the events most
enjoyed by our class members. Wie are planning a commencement dance so that we
may spend another evening together in close companionship before the time of part-
Our Senior year has served to cement our friendship and love for each other into
one that will last through the years to come.
Our faculty, which has ever been loyal and Hue, will always be one of our dearest
Inemories. May we he as great a credit to them in the future as they have been helpful
to us in the past. h
To our successors we say, M Cheerio and good luekfl
Senior Song Hits
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M.ARY BARE Down By the Old Mill Stream
Home Town 7,
My Heart Belongs to Deezlle
Three Little Fishes "
Letis Pitch a Little Woo '7
Margie " ly!
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John Brown Had a Little Indian
Makes No Difference Now
Between a Kiss and a Sigh
Bud! What Have You Got That Gets Me
East Side of Heaven
lflat Foot Floggie 7'
God Bless America 3,
You Must've Been a
When the Bear Comes Over the Mountain
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The Freshman class of '39
In September started the steady climb
Of high school days.
We slipped uncertainly into our places
With determined looks: on our shining young faces.
Our books were many, our teachers not few:
We seemed to be entering a world quite new.
The new members from Uniontown were welcomed with delight,
But there were so many of us that classes didn't seem just rightg
So we were then divided no sooner than we'd started.
And when this change was made many friends were parted.
Our annual operetta afforded some respite
From the daily grind of lessons and our duties seemed quite light
But soon all this was over and we were back at work againg
The time had come to study hard and from all foolishness refrain.
Now our term is almost ended,
Many deeds were left undone.
To our teachers we pay tribute
For any victories we have won.
Mem'ries of Mac as Runnen Bringit,
The Eisteddfod and a suppressed longing to 4' swing it "l
Our contributions to the operetta4Eddie Hann,
His renowned version of the 4' beetle-manfl
The Student Council-the patrol-the band-
There've been Sophomores-Sophomores on every hand.
In baseball, basketball, soccer, track-
As players and rooters we engaged in each attack.
Welve attempted typing-and our boys tried farming,
But soon developed a distaste for itgrnost alarming!
To our beloved Teachers, we were mostly a pain,
But they all agreed theyid stand us again.
There are so many things to remember, if we'd be just!
Yet forget, we will-forget, we must!
As in the future lies our trust.
We've been roundin' up
ctr lessons for three
But weyve got to keep
a'ridin' for another
Our riggin's gettin' worn
but Weill do the best
And though it looks forlorn
we can shine her
Weyve got to buck up a bit
to Fill the Senior
Welve got to ride that
broncho, no matter how
We'll take the Senior reins
and hope that we'll
So may they rope good luck
no matter where
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THE EC-HQ 19139
Celebrity Contest in Junior and Senior Classes
Best Boy Athlete
Best Cirl Atlzlete
Actor James Caylor Howard Deeds
Actress Betty Smith Margaret Boone
Most Popular Boy
Most Popular Girl
Best All-Arourzrl Boy
Best All-Arouml Girl
Best Boy Artist
Best Cirl Artist
Best N. W. H. S. Worker
Biggest H. S. Nziisanee
H. S. Flirt
H. S. Slleili
.West Stuflious Girl
Mos! Stuzlious Boy
Margaret and Junior had heen married one year.
Margaretful am tired of married life."
Juniorfll So's your old manf'
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Miss Mausfu Jane, spell 4 wrongf "
Janeen R-o-n-gr. Now, Miss Maus, isn't that wrong? "
'g The time will Coniefl shouted our P, O. D. teacher. M when women will get
U Yesf' yelled Dorfkie. H next Saturday night."
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lsenior Class froinff to Washinwton I. Sanimv-JL ls this a fast Ixus? '
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Mr. Leisterfn Of Course it is."
Sannnyful thought so. Would you mind nn getting out to see what it is iawt
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Doris-an Am l a little pale? 7'
Bettyfu No, youlre a big tuhfl
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Jim hesitated when Miss Maus called on him to recite. Miss Maus, who wished
to Cure all students of blufhng said, uJini, what would you call a person who pre-
tended to know everything? M
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The Senior Class of 1938
Charles H. Ranges, Jr. Employed
Kenneth W. Blaeksten Employed
Ralph C. Bohn Employed
Anna M. Bowman At Home
Philip B. Crawmer Employed
Caroline L. Devilbiss Employed
M. Howard Devilbiss Employed
Mildred M. Dickensheets Employed
Clara C. Coodermuth Employed
Ruthanna Hoff At Home
Violet E. Hull Employed
Anna V. Lippy Employed
Lettie P. Martin Employed
Robert lf. Myers lfmployed
Helen H. Ogle At Home
Clara S. Rumhold At Home
Elvy K. Sittig Married
Dennis M. Smith Employed
Ralph K. Smith At Home
Donald Stauh Employed
Iavalia B. Wiantz Employed
Helen K. Warner Employed
Elizabeth M. Wetzel At Home
Harold P. Wlilhelm Employed
Dorothy G. Young
Xvill enter Maryland
General Hospital in
H Now. if I write n-e-w on the hlackhoardf' said the teacher. LL what does that
M Right. And if l put a Lk 7 in front of it, what does that make it? H
Lazy Boy lliuddylf-'L l'm always tired on the first of Aprilfi
Janeen Why? M
Buddy'-4' Willa wouldn't he after a March of thirty-one days? ii
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Mother lfrom upstairslvg' For mercy's sake, John, turn off that radio. That
woman has the most awful voice live ever heardfi
Father-Ji That isn't the radio, dear. Itis Virginia, whois just come to call."
Cuestgu That steak you gave me for dinner was so tough it talked back to mef,
Waiterfu Well, youare a hetter man than the chef. He grilled it for two hours
and it never said a wordf'
New Windsor School
Soft the cloud that veils the mountainis height,
The western wind now fills our sail,
And a song is borne across the night,
Breathing menfries of love which Cannot fail
Farewell to thee, farewell to thee,
The brooding hills give back the sad refraing
May Heaven guard and keep our love so true
Until we meet again.
Every flow'r reminds me of thy face,
Though fairer than the llowirs thou artg
Esdry dewdrop sparkles with a trace
Of the light thou hast shed upon my heart.
What though parting bring a sudden tear,
Sweet thoughts of thee will cheer my way
Friendly trust will banish ev7ry fear,
Friendly light lead me back to thee some day
Complim ents of
L. E. Stauffer
DR UC CIST
Union Bridge : Maryland
Compliments of a
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Lvxnms . . . GENTS
Dry Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing
R, G. BARNES, PROP.
80 E. Main St. Phone 225
C fffyz plimentsof
Lovel1's Barber Shop
Cigars - Candy - Tobacco
New Windsor, Md.
john S. Hyde
Crushed Stone and
Sand and Cement
Westminster : Maryland
Phones: New Windsor 10
Lunch, Soda, Smokes, Sweets
Proprietary Drugs, Stationery
RAYMOND M. BROWN, OWNER
New Windsor, Maryland
Com pliln ents of
Banking CR, Trust
W. Lee Hoke
New Windsor, Maryland
School and College Photography Commercial Photography
F. H. Haines
Successor to J. E. Formwalt
Uniontown : Maryland
Phone Westminster 842-F-4
Gas and Oils Tires Batteries
New Windsor, Md.
JOHN W. Hrsson, PROP. Phone 66
Pi1son's Drug Store
New Windsor, Md.
Com plimenis of
john T. Hyde
Union Bridge : Maryland
'G Carroll Counlyis Finest i'
Carroll and State
United Artists, Paramount
R.K.O., Warner Bros., Universal
Fox, and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Chevrolet and Oldsmobile
Direct Factory Dealer
See Us For
BETTER USED CARS
70-72 Phone 450
W. Main St. WESTMINSTER, Mn
Western Maryland College
FRED GARRIGUS HOLLOWAY, D. D., LL. D., PRESIDENT
For Young Men and Young Women
Unexcelled Location, Modern Curriculum,
Complete Equipment, Moderate Rates
Catalogue upon application
MILL DALE FARMS
PURE BRED GIQERNSEY CATTLE
Colden Guernsey Milk
G. H. HIBBERD
D. S. COALE
Bus. Phone 68-W Res. Phone 68
RUSSELL C. LAMBERT, PROP.
Hudson Sales and Service
New Windsor, Md.
WILLIAM E. BAKER, PROP.
Autos and Trucks Repaired
Tires, Accessories, Batteries Serviced
Cars Washed, Storage, Gasoline, Oil
New Windsor, Md. Phone 48-M
J. STONER GEIMAN
Furniture, Perfection Oil Stoves
General Electric Refrigerators, Philgas
Maytag Washers Radios
hone 27-W New Windsor, Md.
New Windsor State Bank
New Windsor, Maryland
Schneider's Barber Shop
Mitten's Meat Market
J. C. Strine CG. Sons
GENERAL MERCHAXNDISE, NOTIONS
PAINTS AND GROCERIES
Powder Puff Beauty Shoppe
NEW WINDSOR, Mn.
Shampoo, Finger Wave, Manicures
33.50 55.00 57.00
M. L. WALTER, PROP.
" Say It with Flowers "
Stewart N. Dutterer
114 Pa. Ave. Westminster, Md
Phone l 28-W
HOUCK'S SERVICE STATION
1 lRVIN J. HOUCK, DEALER
Goodrich Tires, Tubes, and Batteries
320 Carlisle Street
Willow Farms n
Pure Milk and Cream
Perfectly Pasteurized Products
H. E. WARNER
New Windsor, Maryland
Blue Ridge College
l Established 1839
C0 LLEGE HILL
New Windsor, Maryland
A century of service
Coeducational. State Scholarships. A. B., B. S. degrees. Special
two-year courses. Business, Home Economics, Pre-lVledif:al, Pre-Legal,
Music, Dramatics. Art, and Kindergarten. Day students.
of Compliments of
and Feed CO. Harry L. Routson
Feed, Fertilizer, Lumber, Coal
F' ld S d d G '
Ie ee S an rams Bowling Billiards
Union Bridge 20
Union Bridge, Md.
Your Satisfaction is our delight
M or R
Medford Grocery Co.
J. David Baile, President
E. C. Ensor
Tractors and Trucks
New Windsor, Maryland
If You Want To Make A Strike
Green Gables Recreation Center
C. F. SULLIVAN, PROP.
Compliments of the
Green and Ivory Beauty Shop
Rosenstock's Ladies, Shop
P. G. Coffman Co.
Greeting Cards for All Occasions
Typewriters Books Magazine
e or eg
Best Wishes and Congratulations
Class of l39
"The House That Service Built U
New Windsor, Maryland
W. Halbert Poole
Dealer in Horses and Mules
Compliments o j
CARROLL S. RINEHART
Farm Bureau Cooperative Insurance Companies
Tlxe Pilot Publis inq Compam1
P R I N T E R S
Union Bridge, q7VIaryland
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