New Windsor High School - Echo Yearbook (New Windsor, MD)
- Class of 1959
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We, the members of the Class of 1959,
dedicate this annuzll to the alumni of New
Windsor High School. It was they who
urged us on in our work and supported
our many activities.
Truth always bears repetition, and there is no greater
truth than that from the youth of today come the leaders
of tomorrow. ln my estimation, with the exception of the
church, the school is the most important building in any
community. Early training of young minds in the grade
schools, supplemented by a high school education and later,
if practicable, by college courses, is the greatest asset we
cfm bestow on youth. Education has always been valuable
Y- -today it is an absolute necessity. No knowledge is ever
wasted, and, to my mind, it is a sacred duty of every adult
American citizen to see to it that at least a high school
education be made availableto every boy and girl in the
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Overcrowding in schools has been a problem for many years. The old New Windsor
School building which is located at 404 Main Street had such a problem.
Some classes were
held in the Brethren
Service Center until
1936, when the con-
struction of a new
school began. .
The land on which the present school is situated was purchased from the Atley
family. O. E. Adams was the contractor. The school was completed in 1936. Willard
Hawkins was the first principal. The class of 1957 was the first graduating class.
A similar problem has arisen in 1958 which involves a great many more pupils than
in 1936. A large consolidated high school, The Francis Scott Key Senior High, is being
erected and will be ready for occupation in the autumn of 1959.
We now review the immediate past of the school events.
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ALBERT EDWARD ALBAUGH, JR.
"Bmw men are dyingj I feel ill."
Eddie is one of the tall, lean lads of our class. His main
interest lies in collecting and dancing to rock and roll mu-
sic. He likes to spend his leisure hours at a spot above the
Mason-Dixon Line. Eddie has helped the class greatly with
his artistic ability.
JANET IVY ARBAUGH
"Laugh and lhe world laughr will: youy My and you fry
janet is interested in the farm and has represented the
state in her 4-H work. She sings in the church choir and
teaches a Sunday School class. She has been on the honor
roll since entering high school. Janet is usually seen with
MAURICE ITRANK BAILE
"The lmppinefr of our li1fe.r depend! upon the quality of
Frank shines in math but English is a different thing.
Frank is quiet and rather interested in dancing. This was
Frank's first year on the soccer team. He made up for the
lack of size and skill by aggressiveness.
PI-IYLLIS JEAN BARE
"Hard uforle if the key to surfers."
Jean has been an honor roll student all through' high
school. She has participated in school sports and school
activities. jean is Typing Editor of the Echo. a member
of the AAA safety patrol for two years, and the magazine
captain of the senior class. She is admired for her naturally
curly hair. In the future she plans to become a secretary
and we wish her success.
GLENDA LOUISE BUCKINGHAM
"Life if len per rent what you make il, and ninety per
ren! bow you lake il."
Glenda has been kept busy as the class treasurer for
four consecutive years. She was a Queen of Hearts Attend-
ant in '58. I-Ier name has appeared on the honor roll
throughout her high school years. In the future Glenda
plans to go to business college. She is sure to be of great
assistance to some lucky boss.
MARGARET REBA BUFFINGTON
"Lei him who dererzfer it reap the reward."
Reba is the youngest member of the class. She served
as the Student Council secretary during her senior year.
She has also been a past class officer. One of Reba's
interests is playing the piano. Consequently she played for
many of the school activities. Reba is sure to'be a success
in all her future undertakings.
i BONNIE ANN CURFMAN
"Life ir never Jo expensive lim! one mnnol afford a rmilef'
Bonnie has been on the honor roll all through high
M school, She has been a Student Council representative and
a past secretary. Bonnie participates in school sports and
all school activities. This year she is Business Manager of
the yearbook. In the future she plans to become a secretary.
PATRICIA LEE DFRR
"ll"bere f'Q'IlfU'rlUt't' ir blirf. "fir folly lo be wire."
Patty is interested in school affairs. She is in the Chorus.
on the honor roll, and co-captain of the cheerleaders.
Patty has won many ribbons with her cattle in 4-H. Next
year she will enter college as a home economics major.
JOAN MARIE FRITZ
"The firzfl grade leaclaer if one who maker litlle ibingr
joanie is an excellent speller and has a certificate to
prove it, She likes country music and shorthand. In the
future joan hopes to become a secretary.
PEGGY SUE FRITZ
"Those who go rzrnuzzd in rirrler rhall be known ar wbeelff'
Peggy is an active girl with a pleasing personality. Active
in all sports, she is the captain of the girls' basketball
team, Other activities in which she is engaged are: Presi-
dent of the Student Council, Business Manager of the
magazine campaign, and the Photography Editor of the
Echo. Her interest lies in the National Guard.
GARY DEVILBISS GARBER
"I agree willy no Ollcfif opinfonr, I have my own."
Gary is the tallest member of the class. He served as
Art Editor of the Echo. Gary is shy but very easy to get
along with. In the future Gary would like to take a course
in art education. We hope his wish is fulfilled.
MARIANNA MILDRED GARBER
"Variety if lbe rpice of life."
Marianna is a dark-haired girl with big brown eyes. She
plays on the sports teams, is a member of chorus, and has
held offices of various school organizations, Marianna hopes
to be a beautician. She is certain to have many customers.
PATRICIA ELAINE GRABILL
"He who Jing! lair ouvz flfzzhre if .reldom inked for an
Pat is friendly, helpful, and easy to get along with. She
is another honor roll student and has participated in the
Chorus and Eisteddfod. Pat's ambition is to become a
secretary and we are sure she will be a great success.
JOHN ALFRED GREENE, JR.
"You .rbalee my bmizlf .md Mille my zzerrerf'
john is interested in various subjects. He thinks rock
and roll music is "real cool." john is well informed on
political affairs and current events. Often he is seen at the
auto races. I-Iis ambitions are to be a good Marine and to
GALE PATRICIA GRIMES
"Tbe bear! lim! lmf truly lored neref forgelff'
This class is blessed with athletes and Pat is one of them.
She has a keen sense of humor. Pat was in the county
Eisteddfod last year. Pat spends her spare time with Mel.
In the future Pat would like to become a secretary. She
will be an attractive one.
ROBERT MYRON HALEY
"lf lbw-u ii' .1 uuiy, uerer give up and you will surely
Robert seems to be serious but is ready for a good laugh
at all times. He is active in athletic events and has played
on the teams. Bob has very little leisure time because he
works on weekends at the Acme Supermarket. Good luck,
Bob, in your future vocation,
CHARLES LUTHER KING, JR.
"ll"bu1 you ,rtofv 10 thinlf deff! forget to Jlarl again."
Charlie participates in school sports and school activities.
He is the consistent honor roll student among the boys.
Charlie has shown his leadership ability by holding class
and Student Council offices. This fellow seems to be shy
but we are confident that Charlie will overcome his shyness
whenever the situation arises. Good luck in your future
DANIEL DAVID HARTZLER
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"Trent me 71fC6,,' good men me bird Io md
There goes Danny driving a black car toward Westrnin
ster. He, like many of the boys participates in varsity
sports, This year he was co-captain of the soccer team Dar
seems to be especially fond of "kitten s
JO ANNE LAMBERT
"Il mailer: not bow long you live, but bow."
Josie served as class secretary this year. Also this year
she was co-captain of the cheerleading squad and has been
a member for five years. She enjoys all types of music Her
future education includes business college. She is destined
to make an efficient secretary.
BARBARA LEE LITTLE
"A man if many lbingr but u girl ir one thing, the dweller
in a manir heart."
Barb spends a large portion of her time at Rainbow
Roller R'nk. Sh ' l ' ' '
i e is aso active in church functions. Letter
writing is no chore for Barbara because she practices
quite often by writing to a certain fellow in the Air Force.
We are sure her future will hold success and happiness.
SALLY ANN MANNING
"Boob are at ren and ro am I."
Carefreeness and silence are the two traits which de-
scribe Sally. She has a great yen for chewing and cracking
gum. Sally assisted with athletic events by being a speed-
ball team manager and a member of the cheerleading squad
for a year. We understand that Sally is fond of driving. May
all of her future roads be dual highways.
DAVID HOWARD MARTIN
"llVha!'J done mnfl be undone."
Dave's interest lies in the Air Force and he will probably
become an Airman after graduation. We understand that
Dave enjoys seeing football games. He can usually be
seen with Fred. We wonder if Dave is always as quiet as
he is in school.
VIRGINIA ANN MARTIN
"To be yourrelf if to be natural,"
Quiet and seldom heard from, that's Ginny. She is the
class "shortie." Most of her leisure time is spent working
FRED CHARLES MCKINNEY
"W'lmt will be, will be."
Fred can usually be seen with David. He enjoys many
sports and participates in basketball, Fred has also been on
the Student Council. Fred is always willing to lend a hand.
Good luck to a future serviceman.
KATHY ANN NUSBAUM
TRESSA IRENE MORRIS
"My mind if in the rloudrf'
Tressa is a small blonde who is active in church work.
She is often seen at the Rainbow Roller Rink. Tressa seems
to have an interest in Union Bridge. Good luck, Tressa,
in your future undertakings.
"Say it and get it aff your mind."
Kitty is a very good student. Besides studying Kitty
enjoys skating, dancing, and other sports. She has been a
GAA member and representative for three years. Serving
as Subscription Editor of the Echo, Kitty did an efficient
job as she always does.
KATHLEEN LOUISE ROACH
. ". . . and God be with you."
Kathy is one of the busiest people in the class. In 1956
and 1957 she played the clarinet in the State Band. During
the past summer she was a volunteer Red Cross Swimming
instructor. Kathy is an active member of 4-H clubs and was
selected to reign as the Miss Carroll County Farm Queen.
Kathy was the Editor-in Chief of the Echo, and may we
say it was a difficult job well done.
PATRICIA DAWN ROBERTSON
"Kzmzz'lm'ge comer but uiirdom lifzgeuf'
Pat is all around in sports, co-captain of the speedball
team. and GAA vice president. She has been an AAA safety
patrolman for four years. In 1958 she was the junior Class
Queen of Hearts attendant. She is headed for a future in
the clouds as an airline hostess.
RICHARD EARL WELLER, JR.
Dick is a fellow who doesn't allow school and studying
to interfere with having a good time, His main interest lies
in hotrod and customized cars. He also enjoys popular music
and dancing. Best wishes, Dick, in your future undertakings.
WALTER WASHINGTON ROBERTSON
"A good mime if belief lbw rirbe,r."
A streak of green flying down the road is Robbie in his
1955 Ford going to Westminister. Walter loves to talk-
especially during class, He also enjoys all types of sports
and was a member of this year's soccer team. Walter takes
pride in having a neat appearance,
JANET ELAINE WOLFE
"The heart Jeldom feelf what tfae 721014117 expre,r,re.r."
jan is an active member of 4-H and the Older Youth
Group. She earns her spending money at Rexall's Drugstore
in Westminister where she is employed as a salesgirl. janet
is a Rock and Roll fan. In the future Jan would like very
much to become a receptionist.
'Treasurer of the GAA likes to sew and bake. We also hear
SHIRLEY MAE ZEPP
"Time if the matt mlufzble thing rl man can spend."
Ever since entering high school, her name has never been
absent from the honor roll, Our Senior class President and
that she is quite active in church as well as school activities,
ROBERT RUSSELL ZIEGLER
"I can refitt anything but temptation."
Bob came to us in the ninth grade. He has been an asset
to our athletic team ever since. Bob has a good voice and
makes good use of it. He likes to talk and has a way with
"To love someone more dearly eifry day,
To help a wandering child to find his way,
To ponder o'er a nohle thought, and pray,
And Jmile when evening falls.
Thix is my tafh.
To follow truth ax hlind men long for light,
To do my heft from dawn of day till night,
To keep my heart fit for Hi: holy right,
Ana' answer when He callx.
Thi! i5 my taxkf'
MAUDE LOUISE RAY
Silzfer "ThiJ ahove all: to thine own Jelf he true."
Most Studious Biggest Clowns
New dance style
Naturally curly hair
8:45 a.m. Monday
'Have car, can travel
"Eat a bug!
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To Whom It May Concern:
We, the class of nineteen hundred and fifty-nine, of
New Windsor High School, New Windsor, Mary-
land, being of sound mind, do hereby bequeath in our
last will and testament the following:
Mr. Martin-a new Cadillac
Mrs. Shilcoat-a quiet house
Mr. Connor-a toupee
Mrs. Eberly-car parking lessons
Mrs. Foye-seven little Foyes
Mr. Hansen-a trip to the moon, one way
Mrs. Harman-referees who know the rules
Mr. Hiatt-patience and understanding in homework
Mrs. jones-more sewing machines
Mr. jones-yearbook subscriptions for the next ten
Mrs. Kephart-all our American Observers
Miss Myers-a Mr.
Mr. Perron-new jokes
Mr. Seibel-a trip to Slenderella
Miss Silverberg-a new pair of desert boots
Mr. Spearing-a new music room
Mr. Unger-successful dancing lessons
Mrs. Wilhide-a quiet class
To the juniors-money
To the Sophomores-the ability to put on a Valentine
To the Freshmen-the ability to raise funds
To the Eighth Grade-a successful four years in the
To the Seventh Grade-height
Edward Albaugh-his ability to charm the opposite
sex to Robert Petry
janet Arbuagh-her hair style to Susie Hawkins
Frank Baile-his love for reading to Carolyn Baile
Jean Bare-her naturally curly hair to Delores Baile
Glenda Buckingham-her long, dark hair to Barbara
Reba Buffington-her baby-sitting experience to jane
Bonnie Curfman--her darkrhair to Bernice Fritz
Patricia Derr-her beloved French Book to Skip West
Joan Fritz-her penmanship to Connie Fritz
Peggy Fritz-her place on the basketball team to Linda
Gary Garber-his artistic ability to Judy O'brecht
Marianna Garber-her shortness to Peggy Stitley
john Greene-his talking ability to Patsy Hatfield
Patricia Grimes--her love for sports to Jane Allgire
Robert Haley-his soccer shoes to Marty Waddell
Daniel Hartzler-his love for the opposite sex to
Charles King-his basketball uniform to Kenny
jo-Anne Lambert-her wide, slanted eyes to Patsy
Barbara Little-her skating ability to Chris Le Fevre
Sally Manning-her pony tail to jane Wolfe
David Martin-his belt to Dickie Blacksten
Virginia Martin-her quietness to Nachette Schneider
Fred McKinney-his physique to Freddie Graham
Tressa Morris-her smile to all the sour faces in the
Kathy Nusbaum-her driver's license to Mrs. Foye
Kathleen Roach-her understanding fsize 9, to
Patricia Robertson-her sea-sick green gym suit to Sue
Walter Robertson-his soccer ability to Tyson Gosnell
Richard Weller-his hot-rodding to Billy Weaver
janet Wolfe-her tallness to Shirley Ecker
Shirley Zepp-her "A" average to anyone who needs
Robert Ziegler-his grammar book to anyone who
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Stuub. D. Wolfe. E. Moses, K. Wilson. THIRD ROW: A. Carr, C. Dodd, K. Knill, J. Fritz
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FIRST ROW: G. Owings, E. Wright, B. Zentz, P. Roclkey, V. Robertson, R. Hood, D. john
SECOND ROXV: T. Buckingham, D. Bare, S. Leatherman, A. Long, E. Darr, B. Ecker, M. Harden
THIRD ROVU: D. Crushong, H. Fritz, M. Blizzard, R. Staub, H. Groft, B. Green, F, Stong, H
Martin, Mr. Chilcoat.
FIRST ROW: S. Koontz, P. Goodwin, J. Few, W. Mullick, j. Danner, B. Cowart, L. Hiteshew, D
Myers, T. Frock. SECOND ROW: G. Davis, J. Warner, S. Schaeffer, L. Schneider, T. john, N
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Haines. F. Myers, N. Pittinger. SECOND ROW: M. Ecker, R, Martin, R. Yealy, j, Pittinger, -I
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Harchenhorn. E, Myers, B, Coe, E. Devilbiss, M. Myers. SECOND ROW: R. Little, F. Graham,
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As Editor and Business Manager of the 1959 Echo, we would like to convey
our sincerest thanks to each person who contributed to the publication of this,
the last yearbook of New Wfindsor High School.
With the support of the Echo Staff and advisor, Mr. Hiatt, photographer,
advertisers and local patrons, the task has been a pleasure rather than a burden.
Now that our work is finished, we earnestly hope our efforts have been worthy
of New Windsor High School's honored tradition.
KATHLEEN LOUISE ROACH-Editor
BONNIE ANN CURFMAN-Businesy Manager
Mrs. A. C. Allgire
Mr . Ailey Arbaugh
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and Mrs. HalleH' Baile
and Mrs. Maurice Baile
Mrs. Joseph Blake
Charles E. Buckingham
and Mrs. Emory Bu'Ffing'ron
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Curfman
Mr. Harry Eugene Devilbiss
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Devilbiss and Grandson
Mr. and Mrs. John Eberly
Eigh+h Grade, Seclion I
Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Foye
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Friiz
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fri+z
Mr. and Mrs. Cephus Garber
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Garber
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Garber
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hansen
The Junior Class
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. King
Kennerh E. Grimes
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Manning
Mr. and Mrs. Wagner Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Reese
Miss Ki++y Reese
Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Roach
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Roberfson
Mr. and Mrs. Wal'I'er Roberison
Mr. and Mrs. George Schlee
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Sfambaugh
Mr. Alan Siansbury
Mr. Raymond Shine
Mr. and Mrs. Waller Wanfz
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wolfe
Mr. Skip Wesl'
Windsor Shoe Shop
Mr. and Mrs. Levine Zepp
For Distinctive Photography
With a Personal Touch
I43 E. Main Street
Phone TI 8-6530
All Pictures in This Yearbook
Have Been Placed in Our Studio
Can Be Duplicated at Any Time
J. DANIEL ENGLAR, Proprietor
J. C. STRINE 81 SONS
Hardware-Painfs and Groceries
Phone NE 5-326I
NEW WINDSOR, MARYLAND
Ford Sales and Service
New Windsor, Maryland'
HARRY S. LAMBERT
Dealer of Livesfock
Phone NE 5-464I
NEW WINDSOR, MARYLAND
PrinI'ers and Publishers
Union Bridge, Maryland
ENSOR HARDWARE CO.
CHARLES F. BACHMAN, owner
Builders' Hardware and Cu'Ilery
Painl' and Farm Supplies
Phone NE 5-320I
NEW WINDSOR. MARYLAND
4l0 Church SI'ree'I
NEW WINDSOR. MARYLAND
Fresh and Smoked Meals
Phone NE 5-5954
P. B. ROOP
Real Esfafe Broker
FARMS AND HOMES
Phone NE 5-460l
New Windsor, Maryland
ROBERT A. PILSON
NEW WINDSOR. MARYLAND
FERTILIZER 81 FEED CO.
Feeds Seeds Fer+iIizers
Phone NE 5-345I
NEW WINDSOR, MARYLAND
ROO P'S GROCERY
Fine Food Since I896
Phone NE 5-32II
NEW WINDSOR, MARYLAND
7 Locus'I' S+ree'I'
Renfals-Repaired and Sold
HOME 81 GARDEN STORE
Pla n+s Seed Shrubbery
Lawn and Garden Supplies
NEW WINDSOR, MARYLAND
' BLACK'S SALES 81 SERVICES
Tires, Ba'Heries and Auro Accessories
Phone SP 5-463I DONALD W. BLACK, ProprieI'or
WILLIAM R. RICKELL
Confracfor and Builder
Phone Fieldsfone 6-7438
R. B. GEER MFG. CO.
M. R. PFOUTZ 81 SONS
Union Bridge, Maryland
EDWARD DERR AND FAMILY
New Windsor, Maryland
Phone NE 5-432I
Congrafulafions, Class of '59
We invife you fo malce use of fhe facilifies
offered by fhis sfore, whefher if be fo shop
wifh us, fo meef your friends af Murphy's
or fo seek employmenf wifh our Company,
in fhe evenf fhaf you decide upon a refail
G. C. MURPHY COMPANY
PAUL A. RODKEY
Special in Heafing for Homes
Locafed on Roufe 84
PHONE PL 6-6262
D. D. HARTZLER 81 SONS
Three Funeral Homes
Union Bridge, Liberfyfown and
New Windsor, Maryland
C. E. MYERS
Beef and Pork Proclucls
UNION BRIDGE, MARYLAND
Fron+ End Alignmenl'
NEW WINDSOR, MARYLAND
J. STONER GEIMAN
Carroll Coun'I'y's Larges'I'
Finesl' Furni'I'ure SI'ore
Phone TI 8-5565
I4 Wesl' Main SI'ree+
GRACE M. BENSON
MYERS' BROS. STORE
Lunches, Sodas, Cosme'I'ics,
Kodalcs, Accessories, Smokes
FERN F. MYERS, Owner
22 Main S+ree'I
HAINES AMOCO SERVICE
Washing, Lubricalion, Tires,
Wheel Balancing, Ba'Heries
Phone NE 5-5252
NEW WINDSOR. MARYLAND
Gas and Oil
Phone TI 8-7549
JOHN S. HYDE AND SONS, INC
Lime, Crushed Stone and
Building Stone, Sand,
Cement, Concrete Blocks
Phone Tl 8-5740
Walter. Pat, Joan, and Gary compare Balfour Rings
STERLING J ROBERTSON
.gala Amoco Fuels Burner Service -Il:llg8l17ZlLones
2 B 355 W 1 fe Maryland Tl a'7786
RUSSELL C. LAMBERT, Owner
Rambler Sales and Services
Hevenly Bulk Milk Coolers
NEW WINDSOR, MARYLAND
Phone NE 5-4234
SINES TRANSFER CO
Moving and S+orage
Long and Local Freigh+,
Lime Spreading. Coal
Places: KEYMAR. ROCKY RIDGE. FREDE
Homemade Ice Cream
One-Half Mile From
Wes+mins'I'er on 'Ihe
Phone TI 8-7490
Massey Ferguson Tracfor
Combines and ImpIemen'I's
Phone CIearwaI'er 3-2322
BOYS' 4-H CLUB
FRAN'S BEAUTY SHOP
New Windsor, Maryland
Very BesI' Wishes
Ihe Senior Class of
-Com plimenfs of-
Big Pipe Creek Parlc
DON'S TV 81 APPLIANCES
Phone TI 8-6622
Philco Bendix Admiral
Well Drilling Feed Grinding
Phone Clearwaler 3-2372
MRS. GEORGE H. MAGIN
I03 Blue Ridge Avenue
NEW WINDSOR, MARYLAND
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PAUL W. KOONTZ
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Md. Rouie 97
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