North East High School - Crown Yearbook (North East, MD)
- Class of 1957
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who have so graciously contributed to our
well-being,neverendingly assisted us in times
of great need, understood even our smallest
problems, reassured us when we were discour-
aged,corrected us when we were wrong, and
faithfully supported us even in our most un-
promising undertakings, we the Class of '57
most humbly dedicate our yearbook, "THE
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YEARBOOK STAFF IN ACTION
Seated: Bob Phillips. Standing: Jim Bailey, Pauline MacGuiness, Betty Wood,
Carolyn Edmanson, Mary Ellen Dennison, Gail Blomquist, Buck Edwards, Martha
Lewis, and Virginia Ward.
A TIP FROM THE TOP
Seated: Bradford Corry, Principal. Standing: Pauline MacGuinness, Virginia
Ward, Jim Bailey, Mary Ellen Dennison, Betty Wood, Carolyn Edmanson, Buck
Edwards, Gail Blomquist, Martha Lewis, and Bob Phillips.
MR. BRADFORD CORRY, Principal
MR. CONRAD TETER MRS. BERTHA FOCKLER
Vice Principal Secretary
MISS BETTY BEELER
Review of Math
MISS NYLA MCCULLOUGH
Senior Class Sponsor
MRS RUTH DEEGAN MR. LESTER KNISLEY MRS MARY JANE FOGG MR FRANK CLATCH
Home Economics Social Studies General Science Band
MRS. EDNA HALL MR. ALLAN MILLER MRS. ROSE HORTON MR, ROBERT MORGAN
Librarian Drivers Education Arts and Crafts Guidance
MRS. MARY LUTZ
MRS. EVELYN HUMMER
MR. JOHN KELLEY
Senior Class Sponsor
MR. JOSEPH MORRIS MRS. EMILY MORRIS MR. EUSTACE PICKENS MISS FREDA PETERS
P,O.D., U.S. History General Math General Math Stenography
Trigonometry, Algebra General Business Office Practice, Typing
MISS HELEN YOSIA MR, WARREN STEWARD
Social Studies Social Studies
MR. DONALD WOLFE MRS. NANCY WOLFE
General Science English
MR. JACOB VUGRIN
CUSTO I NK. E, Sapp WORKERS
ML Hatoid iigiliju 0 W amet Schiuing' fic Warden, H.
sames OffK6 1 - Abrams.
CHARLES LEE LOVING
"lf girls interfere with
your work, quit
CLERlCALg Senior Class
Presidentg Glee Club,
Monitorg Junior Prom
JANET ROSE HUDSON
"She says little, but
thinks a lot."
N.C.g Libraryg Senior
Secretary, THE CROWNg
Student Council Store.
HERSHEL CLYDE ARMOUR
"Happy am I, from
care free, why aren't
they all content like
Baseball, Student Coun-
cilg Monitor, Laugh,
Elkton Supply, Pontiac,
NORMA OLETTA BAILEY
"From all her worthy
T' would be a task to
pick the best."
Northeasterg Glee Clubg
GAAg THE CROWN,
"A lass so neat, with
smile so sweet."
Student Council, THE
CROWN, GAA, Girls'
Stateg Fear of Catsg
Neat Dresser, Latin,
Junior and Senior
Class Vice President.
ROBERT PAUL PHILLIPS
"Tall and stately aspect.'
Student Council, North-
easter: THE CROWN,
Editorg Senior Treasurer,
World Travelerg Tall.
EDITH VIOLA ANDERSON
"Why should the devil
have all the fun?"
CLERICALg GAAg Moni-
tor, Would make a good
chauffeurg Tennis Shoesg
VALIN GENE BEST
"May each new beat of
my heart be a chance
for a better start."
CLERlCALg Glee Clubg
Basketball, Soccerg Base-
ball, Tall and Stately:
GARY MELVIN CROUCH
"To worry little, to study less,
This is my secret to happiness."
CLERICALg Soccer, Baseball, Monitor, Glee
Club, Neat Dresserg Cowboy of Northeast.
GAIL BARBARA BLOMQUIST
"A quiet friend is the best kind to have. "
SECRETARIALg GAA, Monitor, Student Typist,
Glee Clubg Bright Tower, Hates to Drive.
HOPE VIRGINIA DENNISON
"A smile that wins, a manner that takesg
Everywhere she goes, friends she makes."
CLERICALg President of Student Council, Glee
Club, Basketball, Monitorg GAA, George:
MARY ELLEN DENNISON
"Never speak sense, when nonsense serves the
SECRETARIALg Student Council, Basketball,
Northeasterg THE CROWN, Student Council
JOAN PATRICIA FUNK
"Healthy, happy, the best of sports,
You seldom see her out of sorts."
SECRETARlALg Patrol: Library Workerg Likes
to Read: Newberry's and Mr. Kelley's Car.
BARBARA JOAN GATCHELL
"My heart is whole, by fancy freeg
Go away, little boys, don't bother me. "
CLERICALg Monitor, Collects Recipesg Cuteg
Nice Hair-do, Typist.
VIOLET MAE GESTEWITZ
"lt's either diamonds or dynamite,
For it's a small package."
CLERICALg GAA, Glee Clubg Bill, Milk shakesg
Student Typist, Dances.
RONALD PORTER EDWARDS
"Never let studying interfere with your educa-
CLERICALg Soccer, Baseballg Monitor: Patrolg
GAA Play, Junior Prom court, THE CROWN.
RUTH ANN GRAYBEAL
"Happy is the lass who enjoys life. "
CLERlCALg Monitorg Collects Recipesg Cute
Hair-dog Niceg Typist.
JAMES WILLIAM BAILEY
"Good nature is the sign of a large and gener-
ous soul. "
CLERICALg School Patrolg Northeasterg Glee
Clubg Shutter Bugg THE CROWN.
DORIS VIOLA GUY
"A little on the serious side,
But harboring a touch of gaiety. "
CLERICALg Good Artistg Her Accentg Long
MARILYN HOPE HAMMOND
"Leave silence to the saints,
I'm just human. "
CLERICALg Volleyballg Softballg Northeasterg
GAAg Monitorg Glee Clubg Georgeg Organizer
of Bakesg THE CROWN,
SHIRLEY ANN HART
"Her future is well planned,
Third finger, left hand. "
CLERICALg Likes to Cook and Sewg Pony -tailg
Quietg Likes Cadillacs.
SHIRLEY MAY HEATH
"For she's capable, industrious, and kind."
SECRETARIALg Patrolg Monitorg Libraryg THE
CROWNg Student Council Storeg Likes to Paint
RODNEY WILBUR GUIBERSON
"Jolly and sincere and liked by all who know
GENERALg Soccerg Basketballg Cadillac Trac-
torg Well-likedg Good Electrician.
BILLIE LEE HINES
"It is better to wear out in mischief,
Than to rust in being too solemn. "
CLERICALg Glee Clubg Volleyballg GAAg
ALLAN RAYMOND GUY
"Sober, stead-fast, and demure,
This is Allan to be sure."
GENERALg Soccer, Artg Crazyg Laughg Waves
a wicked fish net.
CONSTANCE MARY HOLLISTH2
"A kind heart and a sweet disposition."
SECRETARlALg Basketball, Softball, North-
easterg GAA, Monitor: THE CROWNg Curly
PAULA HELENE JONES
"She is little, she is wise,
She's a corker for her size."
SECR.ETARIALg Northeasterg GAAg French
Fries: Elkton A8LPg Bay Shore, Chevy, Bill.
BARRY NORMAN HEISLER
"I believe in work, but I'm not in favor of
ACADEMICg Soccer: Basketballg Baseballg
Patrolg Northeasterg Dances, His Hairy Ply-
mouthg Likes water Sports.
LEWIS ISAAC, IR.
"He carries his troubles in his pocket with a
hole in it."
CLERICALg THE CROWN, Likes Carsg Typing
Whizg Likes to listen to recordsg "Get out of
my face. "
VERLA ANN KLINE
"Let us enjoy pleasure while we can,
Pleasure is never long enough. "
CLERICALg GAA, Monitor, M8cM Dinerg Red-
dish Hair, Likes to Talk.
MARTHA ELLEN LEWIS
"Energy and vitality all bubbling in one,
Crazy and dopey but full of fun. "
CLERICALg Northeasterg THE CROWN: Class
Clown: Dances: Gene, "Only You"g Court.
JOSEPH JEROME KAHL
"Al1 great men are dyingg
I don't feel so well myself."
GENERAL, Baseballg Junior Prom Courtg Subtle
Sense of Humorg Ivy League Shirts.
WILLIAM CURTIS KIRK
"Of all pleasures large
A day off from school
is the best of all."
THE CROWN: Pizza:
Crabcakes: Likes Foot-
ball and Water Sports:
HA RRIETT LOIS MCKINNEY
"Life is what you make
ball: Northeaster: Moni-
tor: GAA: Pork Chops:
Allan: Sense of Humor:
PATRICIA LORRAINE OTT
"Dynamite comes in
small packages. "
Short: Glee Club:
Dances: Cute and Petie:
KAY LUCILLE PLUMMER
"l'll agree with you,
but you're wrong!"
Library: THE CROWN,
Council Store: Her
"Pleasure fills our youth-
Why study if it interferes?
Monitor: Patrol: THE
CROWN: Vernon: Subs:
BERNICE BEVERLY MOORE
"The two studies she
likes best of all:
The hearts of boys and
GAA: Glee Club: Moni-
"If silence is golden,
I'm rich. "
CLERICAL: Likes to
Sew: Typing Speed?
Cluttered Locker: Will-
ing Worker: Usherette.
IOHN AUSTIN LEVREDGE
"For a bashful boy, he
gets into lots of mis-
Likes to Work on Cars:
Reckless: Good Kid:
VIRGINIA LEE SCHIRLING
"Laugh and the whole world laughs with youg
Frown and it wrinkles your face. "
CLERICALg Glee Clubg GAAg Monitorg Pretty
Smileg Likes to Roller Skate: Birthday Party.
"Bright and sunny throughout the dayg
You'l1 always find him that way."
GENERALg Card Sharkg Quite an Artistg Blond
Hairg Popular with the Sophomore Girls.
ELSIE PATRICIA SIMMONS
"Happiness is cheaper than worry,
So why pay the higher price?"
CLERICALg Glee Clubg Likes to Danceg Likes
THELMA VIRGINIA WARD
"Of all the joys Irecall,
Being in love is the best of all."
SECRETARIALg Student Councilg Glee Clubg
GAAg Office Assistantg THE CROWN.
SUSAN ELAINE WILLIAMS
"Not too serious, not too gay,
A likeable girl in every way."
CLERICALg Magazine Campaigng Glee Clubg
Monitorg GAAg Typing for Teachersg THE
ELEANOR MAE WINLAND
"A smile and helping hand to offer at any
CLERICALg Student Council: Monitor: GAAg
Glee Clubg Student Typistg THE CROWNg Neat
Dresserg Newberry'sg Writes Letters.
LEWIS HUGH POTTER
"Blessed is the man who invented sleep."
GENERALg Phillies Fang Frecklesg Black Hairg
Quietg Likes U.S. History?g Likes Carpentry
BETTY ANN WOOD
"Friendly to all, hostile to noneg
Always jolly and full of fun. "
SECRETARIALg Volleyballg Basketballg Soft-
ballg GAAg Northeasterg THE CROWNg Mikeg
RICHARD ALLAN SHIFFLETT
"Personality all his own. "
GENERALQ Patrolg Monitorg Glee Club: Sonjag
Ski Sweater: Future Farmer.
CA THERINE FUTTY WOOD
"Beware! She may do something sensational.
ACADEMICg.Editor of Northeasterg GAAg
Patrolg Monitorg THE CROWNg Witty Sayings.
JOAN CAROLYN WRIGHT
"She doesn't worry, she doesn't fret,
The kind of girl we'll never forget. "
CLER1CALg Rufusg Slimg Junior Prom Courtg
Quiet, but Popular.
MELVIN LEON STEVENS
"Beneath this mild exteria there lies a dial
of mischief. "
GENERALg Soccerg Basketballg Garage Workg
Works Like a Beaver.
PAUL CHESTER WARD
"Don't take life too seriouslyg
You'll never get out alive. "
CLERICALg Monitorg Horseback Ridingg Pumps
Gasg Junior Prom Court: Likes to Eat: Senior
Chewing Gum Supplier.
JOSEPH THOMAS WHARTON
"I like workg
I could sit and watch it for hours. "
GENERALg Baseballg Tall, Likeableg Author
at Heartg Pool Sharkg A8nPg Will Join Service.
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Front row: J. Wilson, I. Dean, G. Miller, M. Roark, L. Gray, A. Blomquist, B. Bibb, W. Cameron, I.
McKinnon, K. Gamble, B. Harvey, N. Hall, S. Lindsay, A. Roush. Second row, H. Steward, R. Moore,
C. McCauley, W. Bettinger, J. Saxberg, D. Culver, J. Smith, C. Racine, I. Smith, H. Kline, E. Racine,
J. Burton, W. Wood, L. Pugh, F. McKinney.
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Front row: M. Bott, D. Comer, B. Murray, B. Kline, P. Weaver, E. Combs, M. Hollister, A. Alexander,
S. Davis, I. Williams, H. Edwards, M. Williams, N. Shifflett. Second row: V. Wright, J. Harman, J.
Clark, H. Christensen, F. Boyer, E. Ritzel, P. Oldham, T. Simpkins, G. McDowell, C. Stewart, G.
Smith, F. Hopkins, H. Pratt, W. McCall.
First row: C. Reynolds, I. Miller, I. Laine, E. Latoma, E. Ritzel, M. Houston, I. Balog, K. Preston,
R. Walton, L. Ashbridge, P. Campbell. Second row: W. Elliot, C. Weaver, I. Meekins, M. Schenck,
C. Armour, E. Beal, H. Kincaid, J. Lipsey, W. Carr, C. Smith, E. Oikemus, G. Conway, D. Shifflett,
First row: M. Quinten, V. Boulden, K. Oikemus, S. Harman, I. Lake, N. Anders, B. Bectchel, F.
Raine, A. Boyd, L. Pugh, C. Castelow, M. Pettitt, S. Hammer, W. Rae. Second row: W. Knaver, J.
Schirling, C. Ross, R. Armour, M. Reynolds, P. Tate, J. Reynolds, J. Dalecki, E. Nickle, M. DiVidio
H. Letts, A. Edwards, R. Edwards, R. Lewis, E. Bibey.
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First row: D. Lake, M. Helsel, J. McCall, B. Ienness, C. Ross, A. Edwards, D. Kennedy, J. Shepard,
S. Palmer, B. Phillips, E. Heverin, R. Shifflett, B. Kennedy, M. Huffman. Second row: E. Williams
I. Bailiff, W. Startt, M. Jones, H. Meekins,W. Burton, K. Aro, R. Biggers, R. Lynch, V. DiRubbio,
C. Racine, J. Bailiff.
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First row: K. Preston, B. Phillips. J. Shepherd, L. Ashbridge, C. Armour. Second row, F, Raine, A,
Boyd, B. Corry.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Bob Phillips, Treasurer,
Janet Hudson, Secretaryg Carolyn Edmanson, Vice
President, Charlie Loving, President.
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Harry Kline, Treasurer,
Peggy Roark, Vice Presidentg Jane Bartleson, Secre-
taryg Charlie McCauley, President.
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Beverly Phillips,
Treasurerg Cliffie Armour, President, Janet Reynolds
Vice President, Kay Preston, Secretary.
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First row: J. Simpkins, M. Ford, B. Kerns, R. Belden, T. Castelow, L. Mash, M. Russell, B. Burton,
B. Gonce, P. Cain, D. Smith, R. Neff, N. Carter, I. Hart. Second row: I. Simmons, R. Travagli, I.
Parrott, S. Reynolds, S. Sacconey, D. Weber, E. Griffet, N. Walbeck, G. Buchanan, J. Davis, W.
Hollister, S. Weller, G. Borden, J. Weaver. Third row: F. Rae, J. Lundy, J. Carr, R. Crook, R. Sex-
ton, R. Steward, R. Simpers, R. Spotswood, H. Shifflett, W. Foreaker, W. Watson, R. Wiles, R. Isaacs
R. Pugh, B. Marshall.
First row: S. Pickens, S. Dennison, L. Kryger, Y. Phillips, O. Blake, T. Ward, L. Lawrance, M. Irey,
E. Crossley, D. Dean, B. Bailey, P. Dixon, T. Patchell. Second row: R. Griffith, R. Gambill, K.
Gray, I. Gamble, G. Cameron, P. Letts, M. Horton, J. McCall, M. Rhudy, H. Kallio, M. Schenck,
E. Puro, K. Hammond, S. VanDenHeuve1, P. Miller. Third row: G. Laye, G. Castelow, D. Potter,
W. Brown, R. McCall, J. Cantwell, R. Dell, R. Peterson, J. Roush, L. Lockard, E. Abrams, D. Gibson
T. Welch, M. Steele.
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First row: C. Kahl, D. Preston, M. Kennedy, V. Sullins, L. Blevins, I. Simmons, B. Gatchell, L. Letts
B. Pugh, J. Ingerson, I. Watson, V. Stevens, M. Kerns. Second row: D. Perritt, C. Husfelt, G. Potts,
F. Isaac, J. Dollahite, W. Bryan, D. Loving, D. Loving, W. Peterman, R. Veasey, W. Smith, R. Kirk,
A. Helsel, G. Mars, R. Davis, R. Moore, E. Edwards.
First row: V. Ianney, P. Streaker, P. Walker, H. Lake, B. Baker, B. Cantler, R. Jones, V. Hart, H.
Husfelt, R. Hart, B. Buell, S. Seymore, L. Karnes. Second row: W. Parrott, C. Williams, L. Ingerson,
B. Conway, I. Palmer, G. Bouchelle, R. Petrea, H. Jackson, E. Williams, R. Loynds, H. Cornwell, K.
Walker, T. Levredge.
First row: P. Laramore, P. Howell, H. Dean, P. Adams, R. McKinney, J. Ramsden, B. Bowman, J.
Vangard, L. Nieminen, J. Russell, P. Blevins, B. Hanson, C. Crawford. Second row: B. Welch, L.
Cooper, D. Elmer, R. Williams, J. Rae, R. Gestewitz, K. Blomquist, D. Payne, J. Beal, J. Weaver,
B. Stewart, N. Everett, P. Saxberg, C. Sandoe, J. Hayes, B. Potter, M. Wilson, E. Pettitt, H. Simpers
Third row: I. Isaacs, F. Rolfe, V. Stewart, E. McKinney, H. Chadwick, Reeves, D. Morris, L. Harvey,
T. Ivans, E. Harman, A. Bergroos, L. Moore, L. DeMond, G. Jalis, A. Penhollow, R. Bergroos.
First row: P. Waddell, V. Rosling, E. Karschner, P. Cooper, B. Wiggins, S. Hammond, B. Anderson,
A. Rogers, I. Lore, P. Rice, I. Blake. Second row: C. Biddle, S. Herstine, L. Boyd, M. Jenkins, I.
Bradley, B. Reynolds, M. Armour, C. Gibson, C. Harvey, C. Benjamin, E. Thomas, B. Sirovich, R.
Iefferys, B. Sexton, R. Given, A. Gray, H. Lipsey, R. Gatchell, M. Travagli.
First row: M. Griffith, P. Moore, J. Cote, P. Loveless, M. Wilson, F. Hollister, B. Bartleson, P. Kraus-
man, V. Wood, I. Heath. Second row: G. Younger, I. Dalecki, J. Smith, B. Edwards, H. Wallis, A.
Webb, B. Ward, R. McNutt, D. McDowell, W. Bouchelle. Third row: A. Brown, G. Harvey, T. Logan,
D. DuRocher, N. Kirk, T. Deamond, D. Atkinson.
First row: P. Aleshire, L. Barton, J. Christiansen, C. Shifflett, C. Hammer, C. Williams, G. Gatchell,
D. Baugher, M. Cox, D. Williams, D. Mowbray. Second row: J. Helsel, R. Isaac, R. McKinney, J.
Reeves, L. Districh, L. Reynolds, P. Blackson, M. Ritzel, B. Harriot, B. Hines, D. Cooper,,G. Peter-
man. Third row: J. Simpers, R. Broschart, B. Adams, I. Piatelli, T. Dalecki, S. Morris, I. Patchell,
T. Rhodes, M. Patchell, V. Church, W. Heverin.
First row: B. Weaver, M. Draper, L. Burgess, S. Ross, B. Lewis, P. Morris, L. Gonce, A. Conway, I.
Franklin, M. Phenneger, D. Barton. Second row: A. Ritzel, T. Dean, C. Mars, A. Diamonti, K. Jack-
son, H. Pennington,I. Cleary, P. Lewis, H. Collins, U. Barton, I. Gray. Third row: M. Goff, J. Heverin
W. Nickle, C. Blackson, W. Combs, I. Emmerson.
First row: E. Thompson, L. McCarthy, G. Shifflert, L. Norman, S. Letts, J. Collins, I. Carter, S.
Perkins, I. Howell, R. Williams, J. Gestewitz. Second row: I. Futty, G. Rhudy, B. Boyer, L. Cheadle,
N. Frederick, R. Wiles, I. Boulden, E. Knowles, T. McKinney. Third row: L. Schirling, J. Rea, R.
Knauer, B. Mash, H. Davis, F. Grayson, J. Chadwick, L. Smith, A. Peterson.
MINUTES OF 1977 ALUMNI MEETING
The twentieth annual reunion of the Class of '57 was held in the new Senior High
School located at State Park. President Charles Loving Qwho, incidently, flew in his
private jet-propelled Super-Constellation from Venezuela, where he is president of
Loving Oil Refineriesy called the meeting to order.
Bob Phillips, the treasurer, read the class balance as being 3000, 000,000.00. This
was quite a difference from the usual astronomical figures of light years in which he
usually deals: for after graduating from Georgia Tech. , he was appointed coordinator
for the newest project conceming the latest earth satellite, known as "Phillips' Fo1ly."
The next business on hand was the secretary's report, which was read by Janet Hud-
son, who is the head of U.S. Central Intelligence and is now living in Moscow, Russia.
She reported to the class that since we had always been such a curious class, a private
detective had been hired to keep tabs on our fellow students after graduation.
At this time Carolyn Edmanson, vice president of the class, introduced the detective.
Carolyn, by the way, has given up teaching to take up housekeeping for her husband,
Bill Kirk, now Secretary of Commerce. The detective was none other than Leon Stevens,
the chief investigator for the Scrounge-Around -Detective Agency. He reported the fol-
lowing concerning the activities of '57 'ersx
First to be interviewed was Paul Ward, sitting in his luxurious penthouse fashioned
after the musical gas pumps which have made his nationwide Tessungulf chain stations
famous. Paul purchases the chewing gum he distributes at his stations from the "Snap,
Crackle, Pot" Chewing Gum Factory owned by Lewis Potter.
Shirley Heath, the present Ambassadress to Norway, traveled to the U.S. on the
famous atomic submarine, "Rusty Can, " commanded by Barry Heisler as part of his
practical training before he takes over the command post at Waterlog, Connecticut.
They were greeted by Virginia Ward, who is now writing a TV soap opera serial called,
"CORN, CORN, CORN FLAKES."
Doris Guy has just arrived from her Parisian sketching assignment, where she made
drawings of Betty Payne's newest fashion creations. Betty has just designed a complete
wardrobe for Eleanor Winland, who tops the listiof the best dressed women in the U. S.
Hershel Armour, Secretary of Defense, buzzes his house in his jet every day so
Jeannette will know at what time to start dinner.
Mary Ellen Dennison, now working in New York as executive secretary to John
Baresfoot Tipton, has taken the afternoon off t0 see Jerry Kahl, Rookie of the Year, and
third baseman for the Emerson Yankees.
Ruth Ann Graybeal has originated the hair style which is the rage among Hollywood
socialites. Barbara Gatchell, the guinea pig for Ruth's brainstorms, is now sporting the
"pigtail shag. "
Edith Anderson Gorron has recently won the Whitewall Derby at Black Dust City.
She was the only participant.
Buck "Bronco" Edwards, the idol of the lollipop set, was recently chosen King of the
Cowboys. Buck is a modem cowboy - no gung no horse.
Heading the Physical Education Department of Istanbul, not Constantinople, is Norma
Bailey. Norma is handicapped because she isn't familiar with the bull of the Istan-
When leon spied a bright red Pierce-Arrow, he knew at once it was Pauline Mac-
Guinness Bryant's. Flagging her down he discovered that she was en route to Lois Mc-
Kenney Pinder's house. That afternoon they were visiting Paula Jones Streaker in her
new 330, 000 split-level home, which had just been completed by the Ray Nieminem
We - Do -It-Ourselves Contractors.
Rodney Guiberson, an expert farmer, plowed up a skull dating back before the Piltup
Man. Allan Guy, curator of the National Archeological Museum, after careful investiga-
tion, announced that it was not the discovery of the century, but the hoax of the century.
John Leveredge, after absorbing too much Shakespere, had decided to re-enact the Yorick
scene from HAMLET.
At John Hopkins, James Bailey, who also deals with bones, still taking seriously his
role in CAMPUS QUARANTINE, is head surgeon, and Kay Plummer is the leading
Hope Dennison Reynolds, now manager of Libby's, was seen boarding her private
plane for her annual buying spree in Europe.
Joe Wharton has dedicated his latest literary work, SIXTH PERIOD IN THE LIBRARY,
to Mr. Kelley, our Senior Class sponsor.
After the Kentucky Derby, Gary "Pete" Crouch, accepted solid gold argyle socks
and belt for his winning horse, "Tennessee. "
Martha Lewis Van den Heuvel, excelling in baby care, was crowned Mrs. America.
She has three sets of twins.
Lewis Isaac, professor of mathematics at Harvard and developer of the new theorem
of determining the world's population - count toes and divide by ten - is now counting
toes. He claims his class is so dumb that if they stood in a circle the government would
investigate them for being a dope ring.
Virginia Schirling is still marveling over her twentieth gold record. Her latest hit
is "Three Seeing Gophers." Bernice Moore has been her accompanist for several years.
Bernice's arrangement of "Boogie Woogie" has been the biggest hit of Tin Pan Avenue
in years. Morf has definitely retained one high school traitg she can still be seen driving
up one street and down the next.
Catherine Wood's ability in English has secured for her a position as professor of
English at Columbia University.
Betty Wood Holmes has recently moved into Hathaway Terrace and is making new
friends. She has made many valuable contributions to civic affairs.
Patsy Funk Phillips and her husband Glenn have just arrived in California in their
yellow trailer. Violet Gestewitz Moore will probably visit Patsy on her way to Hawaii,
where she is to meet her husband.
Pat Simmons is now with the world renowned Radio City Rockettes.
Another '5'7er who has really traveled is Joan Wright Gibson. Immediately after
graduating, she was married and has resided in Florida ever since. Lucky girl!
Pat Ott was chosen by the Boston Fire Department as the Redhead Most Likely to
Set the World on Fire.
Billie Lee Hines is the only American Model modeling Christian Dior's fabulous
creation. She is scheduled to return to America to help the fashion editor of the Wilming
ton News Journal, Susan Williams, do a series on European Dressing as opposed no the
Marily Hammond, who rang the bells in our Senior play, liked it so much she is
now striking the chimes for N.B.C.
Gail Blomquist's taste for clothes has made her buyer for Saks Fifth Avenue in New
And by the way, Valin Best was just elected to his fifth term as senator from Vir-
Verla Kline and Shirley Hart have opened a public stenographic firm in Dallas and
are doing so well they are thinking of investing in an oil well.
Connie Hollister has devised a new technique which is replacing shorthand in the
high schools and colleges of the country. She calls is Shortfinger because only very short
students with very short fingers can leam it.
After Leon's report on activities, a motion was accepted that the meeting be ad-
journed until the next meeting on June 11, 1997.
Edith Anderson, will my driver's license to Sonja Lindsay.
Hershel Armour, will my favorite expression "huh" to Dickie Moore.
James Bailey, will my New England accent to Darrell Parks.
Norma Bailey, leave my imagination to anyone who likes to dream.
Gail Blomquist, will my position in the office to my cousin, Anne.
Gary Crouch, leave my position as the school mail man to Wayne Wood.
Hope Dennison, will my ability to get along with teachers to my sister, Sandy.
Mary Ellen Dennison, will my basketball scorebook to Joan Shepherd.
Carolyn Edmanson, will my log tables and Trig grades to Jane Bartleson.
Buck Edwards, will my Bermudas to anybody with bony knees.
Patsy Funk, will my place at the library desk to Phyllis Weaver.
Barbara Gatchell, will my long finger nails to Gloria Gatchell.
Ruth Graybeal, will my ability to set hair to Janet Watson.
Violet Gestewita, will my lack of height to Frannie Raine.
Rodney Guiberson, will my ability to get along with Mr. Baker to all his English
Allan Guy, will my hair to Mr. Kelley.
Doris Guy, will my ability to draw to the decoration committee of next year's prom
Marilyn Hammond, will my "SHAG" haircut to my favorite teacher, Mr. DuMars.
Shirley Hart, will the best of luck to my twin sisters, Rosa and Virginia.
Shirley Heath, will my jewelry to Beverly Phillips.
Barry Heisler, will my rebounding ability to Harold Letts,
Billie Lee Hines, leave my nickname to whoever likes creampuffs.
Connie Hollister, will my curly hair to Clare Biddle.
Janet Hudson, will my typewriter and a sheet of typing paper for Gloria Buchannan
and Judy Davis to fight over.
Lewis Isaac, will my ambition in doing homework to Herb Steward.
Paula Jones, will my ability to be on the Honor Roll to Roseann Jones.
Jerry Kahl, will my knowledge of literature to anyone who wants to fail.
Bill Kirk, will my soft spot in Mr. Price's heart to Vincent Dirubbio.
Verla Kline, will my nickname, Scrubby, to anyone who would like to have it.
Martha Lewis, will my title, "Queen of Hearts, " to a lucky Junior girl.
Charles Loving, leave my being late to class to the early birds.
Ray Nieminen, leave my ability to catch fish to Mr. DuMars.
Pauline MacGuinness, will my resistance in not having my hair cut to Ruth Beldin.
Bernice Moore, will to Jerry Wisdon, my ability to drive a car without stalling it.
Lois McKinney, will my size 5 sneakers to Kay Preston.
Pat Ott, will my ability to crack gum in class to Mr. Price.
Betty Payne, will my quietness to my sister, Dorothy.
Bob Phillips, will to Pip Pratt a pair of red and white pajamas.
Kay Plummer, will my acting ability fro cry on stagey to Carol Hammer.
Lewis Potter, will my seat in English class to Jim Smith.
Virginia Schirling, will my ability to smile in dark moments to Mr. Teter.
Patsy Simmons, will my dancing ability to our new seventh grade, the Class of '63,
Leon Stevens, will my eternal toothpick to Wilmer McCall.
Paul Ward, will my ability to keep out of trouble to Harold Patchell.
Virginia Ward, will my ability to get out of classes to Wanda Cameron.
Joe Wharton, will my height to Hamid Jackson.
Susan Williams, will my ability to keep my mouth shut to whoever needs this trait.
Eleanor Winland, will my ability to blush to Sandra Herstine.
Betty Wood, leave my freckles to Judy Heath, who needs a few more.
Catherine Wood, will a ruler and pencil to Carolyn Racine to figure out spacing for
the "Northeaster. "
Joan Wright, leave to all Juniors the best of luck in their Senior year.
.- , ..,, A..
Journalism - - -
Girls Athletics -
Boys Athletics - -
Student Council - -
Boys Activities -
Girls Activities -
Commercial - -
D.A.R. Citizenship - - -
- - Catherine Wood
- -Norma Bailey
Sports Writing - -
- - - Norma Bailey
- - -Bob Phillips
- -Kay Plummer
- Ronald Edwards
- - - Carolyn Edmanson
- - -Janet Hudson
- - - Bob Phillips
- - - - Paul Ward
Service ---- - - - -Eleanor Winland
Valedictorian - - ---- Janet Hudson
Salutatorian - - - - Carolyn Edmanson
Honor Grades - -
Yearbook - -
- - -Norma Bailey
- - Bob Phillips
FRIENDS OF THE CLASS
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Plummer and daughter Janet
Mrs. E. Westergrew and son Carl
Mrs. Charles H. Dennison
Mr. and Mrs. John E. O'Connor
and Mrs. Hayes Heath
and Mrs. Edward Laye
and Mrs. Frank Wood
and Mrs. V. W. Funk
James Otis Davis
C. C. Shockley
INDIAN BOOTERS, Front row: J. Lipsey, L. Pugh, W. Wood, D. Stewart, J. Bailiff, A. Edwards, M.
Jones, R. Edwards. Back row: H. Kincaid, E. Bibey, D. Moore, B. Phillips, M. Joy, B. Heisler, H.
Armour, Coach Fred Emmerson.
GRID SC OREBOARD
Ches. City ---- 2
Rising Sun -
Cecilton - - - - 2
Ches. City ---- 2
Cecilton - -
Rising Sun -
With only two members of last year's starting eleven returning
the problem facing the Indians this year was how to build a
good competitive first-string out of this year's recruits.
Captain Hershel Armour sparked the hapless North East squad
with many offensive as well as defensive maneuvers. The on-
rushing line was led by wings, Ronnie Edwards, and Barry
Heislerg insides, Babe Jones and John Bailiffg and center-for
ward,Wayne Wood. The back field consisted of halfbacks,
Dicky Moore, Hershel Armour, and Edgar Bibeyg Fullbacks,
Marvin Joy and Leonard Pugh, and goalie, Bob Phillips.
NIPPY NETTERS, Front row: Hallie Edwards, Jerry Wilson, Marilyn Hammond, Billie Lee Hines, Norma
Bailey, Captain, Bernice Moore, Francis Raine, Kay Preston, Kay Gamble. Second row: Kirsten Oikemus,
Joyce Miller, Vivian Boulden, Joan Wright, Janet Smith, Dottie Smith, Joan Shepherd. Third row: Rosie
Gamble, Beverly Phillips, Sandy Hammer, Pat Gonce, Ruth Belden, Roberta Neff, Betty Jenness, Manager,
Coach Ruth Breuninger. Betty Wood was absent when the picture was taken.
Ches . City
Perryville - -
Elkton - -
Perryville - -
Elkton - -
The North East Indians started out the '56-'57 year with an un-
defeated volleyball season. Immediately a high goal was set
to strive for an unblemished record fcome what mayy.
Both the Varsity and Junior Varsity played each game in a
sportsmanlike manner, bringing glory and victory to N. E.H. S.
after each contest.
Each and every member combining efforts in picking up spikes,
spiking, returning serves, and serving contributed greatly to
the team's success which could not possibly have been obtained
without that necessary something - that something that all North
East teams always seem to possess - teamwork!
INDIAN QUINTS, Front row: Pip Pratt, Dickie Moore, Wayne Wood, Harold Letts, Scotty Smith. Second
row: Alan Edwards, Manager, Jim Clark, Barry Heisler, Bob Phillips, Marvin Joy, John Lipsey, Coach
Havre de Grace ---- 31
Aberdeen ------ 65
Perryville - - 43
Rising Sun - - 49
Cecilton - - - - - 25
Aberdeen - - 50
Elkton -------- 33
Chesapeake City - - - 45
Perryville ------ 33
Rising Sun ------ 35
Chesapeake City - - - 45
Cecilton ------- 16
Elkton -------- 54
Havre de Grace 34
Rock Hall ------ 47
Alumni - - -
Playing without the services of four of last year's champion-
ship first stringers, the Indians surprised just about everyone
when they came through with an 11 win 6 loss record and the
County Class "C" Championship. They missed recapturing
the county title by 13 points in a championship game with
Elkton on the Rising Sun court.
The Northeasters were red-hot at the beginning of the cam-
paign when they won 9 consecutive league games.
This high-spirited team captained by Bob Phillips consisted
of Barry Heisler and Pip Pratt, forwards, and Wayne Wood and
Dickie Moore, guards.
Mr. Emmerson's many years of experience helped lead us to
many victories. The members of the squad think that he is
the best coach in these parts.
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INDIAN CAGERETTES, Front row: Janet Smith, Betty Wood, Joyce Miller, Vivian Boulden. Second row:
Joan Shepherd, Manager, Hallie Edwards, Janet Reynolds, Beverly Phillips, Jane Bartleson, Mary Ellen
Dennison, Scorekeeper. Third row: Kirsten Oikemus, Jerry Wilson, Norma Bailey, Kay Gamble, Connie
Hollister, Kay Preston, Pat Caine.
Rising Sun- - - -
Aberdeen - - - -45
Elkton - -
Perryville - - - - 35
Rising Sun ----- 38
Elkton - -
Triumphantly rounding out the '57 basketball season with ten
wins and no losses, the North East lassies proudly grasped the
Cecil County title and Whig ntophy by obtaining first place
backed solidly by a thorough record - undefeated.
Every game, a very special type of challenge to both the
team and individual basketeers, resulted in a true bang-up
affair with the Indians always coming through with a compli-
mentary victory and a feeling of lasting satisfaction deep with-
in the hearts of the North East gals.
The undaunting sportsmanship of the North East girls remained
openly good and commendable, even when the chips were
down and the going was rough. Never did the team fail to
engage in the fairest type of play or fail to give a cheer for
their opponents after each game.
Truly worthy of the title they attained, the girls basketball
team of 1957, will always be remembered in the hearts of
every North East spectator as a goal set and completed by a
team well representing and upholding the high morals of North
East High School.
DIAMOND STARS, From row: Earl Edwards, Managerg Jake Bailiff, Donnie Potter, Scottie Smith, George
Rhudy. Second row: Buck Edwards, Captain, Gary Crouch, Babe Jones, Charles Stewart. Third row: Ralph
Veasey. Manager: Edgar Bibey. Bob Phillips, Pip Pratt, Jim Clark, Peter Miller, Manager.
With the coming of spring, a boy's fancy turns to baseball -
or least it appeared that way as twenty eager prospects re-
ported to the first practice. The coach had a hard job choos-
ing the squad as all seemed to be fairly qualified for the
The season opened with a defeat from Elkton followed by
four consecutive victories. Elkton and Chesapeake City broke
the winning streaks but it failed to down the hopes of the
Indians. As the season neared the close, high hopes for a
second place standing were lost when the Green and Gold of
Chesapeake City defeated the Northeasters in the final game
of the season.
Elkton - - - - -1
Cecilton - - - - -1
Perryville ----- 2
Aberdeen - - - - 4
Rising Sun ----- l
Ches. City ---- 2
Cecilton - - - - 5
Elkton - - - - -3
Perryville - - - - 5
Rising Sun ----- 0
Ches. City ---- 6
UNDEFEATED CHAMPS, Front row: Drena Lake, Bernice Moore, Hallie Edwards, Beverly Phillips. Second
row: Virginia Schirling, Billie hee Hines, Sandy Hammer, Vivian Boulden, Kirsten Oikemus, Joan Shepherd,
Manager. Third row: Helen Kallio, Mary Schenck, Norma Bailey, Kay Preston, Rosie Gambill, Coach,
Ruth Ann Breuninger.
30 Elkton -----
15 Cecilton - - -
24 Perryville - -
ll Rising Sun- -
17 Ches. City- - -
11 Cecilton- - -
23 Elkton - -
19 Perryville - -
20 Rising Sun - -
23 Ches. City - -
To make complete an undefeated year, the Norht East soft-
ball team played ten consecutive games, downing their op-
ponents on each occasion.
Because of the lack of a playable diamond on the N. E.H. S.
campus, the Indians were forced to play all games but one
on their contender's field.
The team, characterized by an unusually wide range of high
batting averages, came through each game with one or more
members tagging home runs. Terrific fielding on the part of
the Blue and Whites was another contributing asset of the
This '57 championship marked the third consecutive softball
title for the North East Indians.
URGA NIZA TIONS
Front row: M. Hammond, R. Edwards, L. Isaac, W. Kirk, K. Plummer, R. Phillips, N. Bailey, M.
Dennison, C. Edmanson, V. Ward, H. Dennison, G. Blomquist. Second row: M. Lewis, J. Wright, B.
Wood, C. Wood, C. Hollister, P. MacGuiness, J. Bailey, S. Heath, I. Hudson, S. Williams, G. Crouch
First row: C. Weaver, P. Ward, D. Moore, N. Schenk, C. Loving, B. Heisler, B. Phillips, R. Shifflett,
C. Armour, J. Lipsey, G. Crouch, J. Saxberg, G. Conway, G. Laye. Second row: J. Wilson, A. Blom-
quist, D. Comer, M. Bott, B. Phillips, M. Hammond, J. Shepherd, K. Gamble, B. Bibb, F. Boyer, A.
Alexander, W. Cameron, I. Lake, B. Wood, P. MacGuinness, H. Dennison, C. Wood, R. Belden. Third
row: B. Startt, B. Gatchell, B. Davis, J. Bartleson, P. Rourk, S. Davis, A. Roush, K. Preston, N. Bailey,
D. Smith, M. Houston, A. Boyd, F. Raine, E. Winland, M. Rhudy, R. Neff, M. Helsel, M. Ford, R.
Walton, B. Kline, M, Quentin, B. Kerns, I. Cantwell. Fourth row: M. Schenk, V. Boulden, K. Oike-
mus, L. Ashbridge, I. Balog, C. Castelow, L. Pugh, M. Irey, L. Lawrence, N. Walbeck, G. Cameron,
I. Gamble, P. Letts, K. Plummer, M. Hollister, L. Gray, J. Smith, S. VanDenHeuvel, E. Puro, K.
Front row: W. Cameron, E. Puro, J. Bartleson, M. Hammond, L. McKenney, K. Preston, K. Gamble,
C. Wood, Editor, C. Racine, N. Bailey, C. Edmanson, B. Reynolds, J. Wilson, C. Hollister, B. Moore.
Second row: P. Krausman, R. Shifflet, B. Wood, P. MacGuinness, P. Jones. J. Smith, I. Saxberg, C.
Armour, B. Phillips, B. Heisler, G. Crouch, C. McCauly, M. Dennison, M. Helsel, M. Lewis, J,
Dalecki, C. Biddle.
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First row: N. Walbeck, R. McCall, E. Abrams, J. Meekins, C. Armour, R. Shifflet, R. Dell, I. Roush,
J. Cantwell, L. Lockard, D. Gibson, G. Laye, E. Griffit. Second row: S. Palmar, K. Gray, C. Reyn-
olds, J. Miller, M. Russell, I. Shepherd, I. Laine, B. Phillips, A. Alexander, K. Preston, W. Cameron,
M. Houston, R. Walton, L. Ashbridge, M. Hollister, S. Dennison, T. Patchel, K. Oikemus. Third row
P. Dixon, D. Dean, D. Kennedy, B. Ienness, A. Edwards, M. Reynolds, M. Schenk, N. Hall, B. Kline
B. Kerns, R. Neff, M. Rhudy, K. Gamble, F. Raine, R. Beldin, D. Comer, A. Boyd, E. Puro, E. La-
toma, A. Blomquist, B. Murray, G. Miller, E. Nickle, S. Pickens, P. Letts, S. Lindsey, J. Gamble.
Fourth row: I. McKennon, R. Griffith, M. Horton, S. Reynolds, M. Irey, E. Crosley, A. Shifflet, R.
Bechtel, V. Boulden, J. Balog, G. Cameron, D. Smith, B. Bailey, H. Kallio, J. McCall, I. Hart, J.
Simpkins, C. Ross, R. Gambill, M. Ford, L. Ritzel, C. Castelow, L. Lawrence.
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Front row: P. Adams, B. Buell, A. Peterson, H. Dennison, President, J. Bartleson, C. Shifflet, C. Ham-
mer, I. Heath, B. Hanson, C. Harvey. Second row: M. Goff, K. Plummer, K. Hammond, I. Shepherd,
F. Raine, A. Roush, B. Phillips, R. Veasey, M. Dennison, C. Edmanson, S. VanDenHeuvel, G. Cameron
L. Ashbridge, Sponsor, E. Morris.
First row: M. Harman, M. Armour, I. Williams, B. Bailey, L. Pugh, B. Phillips, K. Preston, P. Mc-
Guinness, C. Wood, K. Plummer, B. Bibb, J. Watson, J. Gamble, P. Howell, I. McKennon. Second
row: G. Potts, P. Gatchell, R. Simpers, J. McKinney, D. Gibson, C. Ross, D. Lake, C. Gibson, J.
Miller, E. Laroma, S. Herstine, B. Kennedy, A. Edwards, B. Anderson, J. Balog, A. Peterson, I. Raye,
G. Rhudy. Third row: J. Bailey, B. Startt, D. Calver, B. Burton, J. Cantwell, J. Saxburg, R. Shifflet,
R. Veasey, J. Harman, R. Biggers, J. Lipsey, C. Armour, T. Ivings, G. Smith, D. Shifflet, E. Abrams.
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