North East High School - Crown Yearbook (North East, MD)
- Class of 1958
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SEATED: Jerry Wilson, Associate Editor, Mr. F1oyd'Price, Advisor, Harry Kline, Associate Editor, Jane Bartleson, Busi
ness Manager. STANDING: Dicky Moore, Editor.
SEATED: J. Clark, Sports Editor: I. Smith, Typing Chairman, W. Cameron, Feature Editor, F. Boyer, write-up Chair-
man, H. Edwards, Sports Editor, A. Roush, I. Saxberg, Photographer. STANDING: C. McCauley, J. Williams, M.
Hollister, B. Bibb, H. Stewart, Art Editor, A. Alexander, K. Gamble, P. Roark, D. Parks.
MR, CONRAD TETER
MR, BRADFORD CORRY
MISS BERTHA FOCKLER
MR. JOHN KELLEY
Senior Class Sponsor
MR. FLOYD PRICE
Senior Yearbook Sponsor
Spanish, Social Studies
MISS NYLA MCCULLOUGH
Senior Class Sponsor
MR, HAROLD SWISHER MRS. NANCY WOLFE MR, DONALD WOLFE
English, Social Studies English Science
MRS, MARY JANE FOGG MRS, EDNA HALL MISS BETTY BEELER
Science Librarian Commercial Subjects
MRS, EVELYN HUMMER MRS. ROSE HORTON
Math, Science Arts and Crafts
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
HARRY KLINE - - ---- President WANDA CAMERON - - - - Secretary
ANN ROUSH - - - - - Vice President FLORA BOYER ---- - -Treasurer
ANNE LOUISE BLOMQUIST
"A joke's a very serious thing. "
CLERICAL - Monitor 3, Student Council 4, Glee
Club 1, 2, 3,4, Jokes.
NEAL ARTHUR BLOMQUIST
"Se1f-reverence, self-knowledge, self-control."
ACADEMIC - Monitor 2, 3 - Captain 4, Patrol 1,
2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, BLUE HAWAII,
MARO JESSICA BOTT
"The most completely lost of all days, Is the day
on which she had not laughed,"
GENERAL - Glee Club 1, Monitor 3, "Real1yl"
FLORA JANE BOYER
"Nothing is achieved without enthusiasm, "
SECRETARIAL - Senior Class Treasurer, THE
CROWN - Write-Up Committee, Monitor 2, 3, G.
A,A, 2, 3, 4, BLUE HAWAII, Likes to Dance,
Pizza Pie, Junior Hooky Day,
ARLYNE LORETTA ALEXANDER
"Be glad of life, because it gives you a chance to
love, work and play.
SECRETARIAL - Monitor 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2,
3, 4, Northeaster 1, G,A,A, 2, 3,4, Spring Dance
Court 2, Junior Prom Court, THE CROWN, Ralph.
JANE LEES BARTLESON
'Honest labor bears a lovely face. "
ACADEMIC - THE CROWN - Business Manager,
Student Council - Secretary 3 - President 4, Stu-
dent Council Workshop 3, Junior Leader 4, Mon-
itor 3 - Captain 4, Northeaster 3 - Business Man-
ager 4, Glee Club 4, Senior Play.
WILMER CLARK BETTINGER
"A woman would run through fire and water for
such a kind heart. "
ACADEMIC - Monitor 4, THE CROWN, Assistant
School Photographer, "The Bug", Junior Hooky
Day , Aeronautical Engineer.
BARBARA LANE BIBB
"Thinking is but an idle waste of time. "
CLERICAL - Monitor 3, Glee Club 1, 2, Patrol 2,
3, Cheerleader 1, 2, G,A,A, 2, 3,4, THE CROWN,
BLUE HAWAII, Junior Hooky Day.
WANDA LEE CAMERON
"In the Great Master's steps went she, with pa-
tience and humility. "
SECRETARIAL - Senior Class Secretary, THE
CROWN - Feature Editor, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, G.
A.A, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, 2, BLUE HAWAII,
Senior Play, "Tough Bananas", Junior Hooky Day.
JAMES CRISWELL CLARK
"Quiet, reserved and what's more, He's a friend of
whom you are always sure."
CLERICAL - THE CROWN - Sports Editor, Monitor
4, Band, Soccer 4, Basketball 3,4, Baseball 2, 3,
Senior Play, Accountant.
EDRA FAY COMBS
"Her talents are of the silent kind."
ACADEMIC - Junior Hooky Day.
DELLIE MARIE COMER
"I know a trick worth two of that."
GENERAL - Glee Club 1, 2, Monitor 2, Patrol 2,
DAVID ALLEN CULVER
"Politeness goes far but costs nothing."
CLERICAL - Patrol 1, 2, 3, 4, Barber,
BOBBI IO DAVIS
"The remedies of love she knew by name, For she
was worldly wise in that old game. "
CLERICAL - Monitor 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, Spring
Court, BLUE HAWAII, Junior Hooky Day, Senioritis,
SHELBY JEAN DAVIS
"I've taken my fun where I've found it. "
CLERICAL - Monitor 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, North-
easter 1, 2, BLUE HAWAII, "Did You Ever?",
"Bleached", Cool Jitterbug, Junior Hooky Day,
JOYCE ANN DEAN
"Sincerity is her middle name."
CLERICAL - Monitor 4, Glee Club 2, G.A,A. 2,
BLUE HAWAII, "Third Finger, Left Hand", "Sonny. "
NANETTE LOUISE HALL
"A heart with room for every joy. "
ACADEMIC - Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Monitor 4, Stu-
dent Council 1, G,A.A. 2, BLUE HAWAII, "Heav
ens to Betsy. "
IOHN ROBERT HARMON
"I'm slow of study."
GENERAL - Safety Patrol 2, 3, Air Force.
BARBARA ELEANOR HARVEY
"We'll not listen to reason. Reason means what
someone else has got to say."
ACADEMIC - Monitor 4, G,A,A, 2, 3, 4, Softball
Manager 2, 3, BLUE HAWAII: "All Over The Is-
land", "Go to Heaven", Letters to Alaska, Nurse.
MARIORIE OWENS HOLLISTER
"Though she be but little, she is fierce. "
SECRETARIAL - Monitor 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1 -
Captain 2, 3, G,A,A, 2, 4, Northeaster 1, 4, Glee
Club 1, 2, BLUE HAWAII, Junior Hooky Day,
Marriage, "Larry. "
HALLIE MAE EDWARDS
"The two studies she likes best of all, The hearts
of boys and basketball. "
SECRETARIAL - THE CROWN - Sports Editor, Mon
itor 3, 4, Patrol 2, 3, Student Council 4, G,A, A,
2, 3, 4 - President 3, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basket-
ball 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, 3.
KAY FRANCES GAMBLE
"To be content is enough to live happily."
ACADEMIC - Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, G, A,A, 2, 3, 4,
Softball 2, Patrol 3,4, BLUE HAWAII.
PATRICIA ANN GONCE
"Her stature tall, "
SECRETARIAL - Monitor Squad 3, 4, Patrol 1, 2, 3,
Northeaster 1, 2, 3, Student Council 1, 2 - Vice
President 3 - Treasurer 4, Glee Club 1, 3, G.A,A.
2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross - Secretary 3 - Vice Pres-
ident 4, "Not me, boy."
LINDA LEE GREY
'Happy am I, from care I'm free."
SECRETARIAL - Glee Club 1, 2, 4, Monitor 3, 4,
BLUE HAWAII, G,A,A, 3, "Jimmy,"
FRANK EDWARDS HOPKINS
"Even cupid is his slave."
CLERICAL - Monitor 3, Glee Club 1, BLUE HA-
WAII,C.P.A.: Real, Cool Dancer, "Oh, Yeah",
Senioritis, Junior Hooky Day.
MARVIN WEBSTER JOY
"He burns the midnight oil, but not always for
CLERICAL - Monitor 3, Soccer 2, 3, 4, Basketball
2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Hooky Day, "Hot
DARIA PATRICIA JOWERS
"Sweet, neat and quite petite, "
ACADEMIC - G,A, A., Northeaster 4, "To help
the people of our world is any way that I can. ",
Driver's Ed, "Blushing", Ice Skating.
JAMES BENSON KIRK
"The rule ot my life is to make business a pleas-
ure , and pleasure my business. "
GENERAL - Monitor 4, "Breaks My Heart", Junior
Hooky Day, Pool Room, Pin Ball Machines.
BETTY MAY KLINE
"A maid of all work, whether it be coarse or fine,
CLERICAL - Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Monitor 3, 4,
Cafeteria, BLUE HAWAII, "Oh, Shaw", Germany
Junior Hooky Day.
HARRY RAVEL KLINE
"They gazed and gazed, but still the wonder grew
How one small head could carry all he knew."
CLERICAL - Senior Class President, Treasurer 3,
THE CROWN - Co-Editor, Prom Court, Monitor
3,45 Vice President 1, BLUE HAWAII, "Aw,
Maul", '51 Plymouth, Red Hurst, Senioritis,
SONJA LEE LINDSEY
"Leave silence to the saints, I'm just a human."
ACADEMIC - Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Northeaster 4,
Patrol 1,2, 3, "Blushing", Nurse, "Richard."
JUANITA JUNE LUNDY
"Those who say the least are often the wisest. "
SECRETARIAL - Monitor 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Northeaster 3, 4, Safety Patrol 2, Roller Skating,
HELEN GLADYS MILLER
"Through life she goes with a happy smile. "
SECRETARIAL - Glee Club 3, 4, Student Council 3,
Monitor Squad 4, C,A.P., "Boysl Where?",
Roller Skating, Junior Hooky Day.
JOSEPH PRESTON MILLER
"To know how to hide one's ability is a great skill.
CLERICAL - "That's Okay", Plans to Join Service.
BARBARA IOYANNE MURRAY
"Why shouldn't I strive to set the crooked straight?"
SECRETARIAL - Monitor 3,4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3,
4, BLUE HAWAII, Roller Skating, "l Swan", "Ah,
Get Out", Southern Baptist Missionary.
RICHARD DUDLEY MOORE
"Good qualities need no advertising, "
CLERICAL - THE CROWN - Editor, Monitor 3, 4,
Glee Club 1, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4,
BLUE HAWAII, Junior Prom Court, "Whatta Ya
Mean?", Senioritis, Junior Hooky Day, "Sandy."
WILMER CAMERON McCALL, IR.
"To know him is to love him,"
CLERICAL - Prom Court, BLUE HAWAII, "Mighty
Fine", Engineering School, Chevie, Senioritis.
GRACE ELIZABETH McDOWELL
"Happiness seems made to be shared."
CLERICAL - Monitor 4, BLUE HAWAII, Typist,
Red Hair, "They'll kill us al1", Senioritis, "Bi1l."
CHARLES OTIS MCCAULEY III
"Let us have wine and women, mirth and laughter.
Sermons and soda -water the day after. "
ACADEMIC - Northeaster 4, Glee Club 1, Soccer
4, Senior Play, BLUE HAWAII.
FRANCIS PHILIP MCKINNEY
"His mind, his kingdom and his will, his law."
GENERAL - Navy, Curly Hair, Loses Things.
ALVIN DARRELL PARKS
"Men of few words are the best men. "
CLERICAL - Monitor 4, Glee Club 1, Junior Hooky
Day, Senioritis, Acme.
HENRY DUDLEY PRATT
"So faithful in love and so dauntless in war."
CLERICAL - Basketball 2, 3,4g Baseball 2, 3, 45
'Daniel Boone" of North East Hi School, Senior-
PRISCILLA MARIE OLDHAM
"Happy is the girl who enjoys life."
CLERICAL - G.A.A, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 35 Soft-
ball lg BLUE HAWAIlg "Live and Learn"g Junior
LEONARD FRANKLIN PUGH, IR.
"I love foo1's experiments. . .I am always making
CLERICAL - Soccer 2, 3,4g Green '51 Dodge,
GLORIA JEANNE OTT
"Her very frowns are fairer far, Than smiles of
other maidens are, "
CLERICAL - 21" waist, Bleach-Blonde, Elktong
CAROLYN CORNELIA RACINE
"A loyal companion, an excellent friend, An
earnest worker, and H116 to the end."
SECRETARIAL - Northeaster 3 - Editor 4g Student
Council 4, Monitor 4, THE CROWN: Junior Prom
Court, "Hayes", Blushesg Ice Skating.
EUGENE FOLEY RACINE
"Charms strike the sight and merit wins the soul,"
CLERICAL - THE CROWN, Faculty write-Ups,
BLUE HAWAII, Senior Play, Junior Hooky Dayg
ANITA ELAINE RITZEL
"Humor is the harmony of the heart, "
GENERAL - Glee C1ub.1,2,4g G,A,A, 3, "Dave"
"Wanna be the first one to the moon? "5 New
THELMA MAY SIMPKINS
"Say little and do much, Meet everyone with a
CLERICAL - Glee Club 1, 2, Patrol 2, BLUE
ANN MATHEWS ROUSH
"Whatever is worth doing at all is worth doing
ACADEMIC - Student Council 1, 2, 3 - Secretary
4, Monitor 2, 3 - Captain 4, Northeaster 4,
Senior Class Vice President, Junior Red Cross 2,
3 - President 4, Girls' State '57, THE CROWN,
BLUE HAWAII, Junior Red Cross Training '57,
University of Maryland, Letters to Alaska,
JAMES ARTHUR SMITH
"He was ever precise in promise keeping, "
GENERAL - Patrol 1, Glee Club 2, Northeaster 3
IANET LOUISE SMITH
"Full of life and lively fun, A friend and pal to
SECRETARIAL - THE CROWN - Typing Committee,
Monitor 4, Glee Club-4, Northeaster 3,4, Basket-
ball 2, 3,4, Volleyball 3,4, G,A.A, 4, Junior
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MARGARET ANNE ROARK
"Loyal, witty, and full of fun, She's a friend to
SECRETARIAL - Monitor 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3,
Student Council 4, G,A,A, 2, Northeaster 3,
Junior Class Vice President, Patrol 1, 2, Junior
Prom Court, Tl-IE CROWN, Lancaster, Medical
JOEL TUOR1 SAXBERG
"Here is a dear and true industrious friend."
ACADEMIC - Northeaster 3, 4, Boys' State '57,
Soccer 4, Photographer, Amateur Radio, Black
Studebaker, Electrical Engineer, Intellectual.
GEORGE EDWARD SMITH
"We cannot all be masters. "
CLERICAL - Patrol 2, 3, Junior Hooky Day.
NANCY LEE SHIFFLET
"It is a wise head, that makes a still tongueI"
CLERICAL - Monitor 1, G,A,A, 3, Glee Club
2, Cafeteria Cashier, Quiet.
CHARLES CLIFFORD STEWART
"Here I stand. . .l cannot do otherwise. "
CLERICAL - Soccer 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4.
HERBERT ARTHUR STEWARD
"l agree with no man's opinions, I have some of
my own. "
GENERAL - Monitor 4, BLUE HAWAII, Senior
IEANNETTE HEISLER WILLIAMS
"Of all the joys I recall, being in love is the best
CLERICAL - Northeaster 2, Glee Club 1, Monitor
4, Class President 1, BLUE HAWAII, Cheerleader
1, 2, 3, Soda Jerk, Senioritis, Senior Play, "Hershel, "
PEGGY MARLENE WILLIAMS
"Oh, if to dance all night."
GENERAL - Glee Club 1, 2, G.A,A, 1, Cheer-
leader 1, Likes to Travel, Tells Jokes, Dancing,
"Gee Whiz. "
GERALDINE LEE WILSON
"A person who is always punctual, leads a lonely
ACADEMIC - THE CROWN - Co-Editor, Monitor
3, 4, Northeaster 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Volley-
ball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4,
"Dodge that never starts", "Charlie. "
WAYNE CARL WOOD
"His only books were women's looks. "
ACADEMIC - Northeaster 3, 4, Soccer 2, 3, 4,
Basketball 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Court, BLUE
HAWAII, Junior Hooky Day.
VIRGIL LOWELL WRIGHT
"He gained no titles, but lost no friends,"
SECRETARIAL - Roller Skating, Green Henry J,
"For Pete's Sake", Accountant.
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G. White, W. Funk, J. Morgan. SECOND ROW: E. Hendrix, C. Schuckler, F. Emmerson, C. Sasser, L. Aukamp, D.
Cain, E. Fenimore, B. Henson, P. Lewis, J. Reynolds, S, Rhudy. THIRD ROW: G. Richardson, N. Blomquist, J. Mc-
Kinney, C. Brooks, P. Meekins, D. Sprenkle, J. Goff, D. Carr, G. Racine, L. Laramore, L. Shallcross, L. Davis.
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: S. Hudson, L. Scarborough, C. Schialioni, D. Trosino, E. Cote, D. Anderson, G. Miller, P.
Miller, E. Maclary, G. Gray, A. Blomquist, S. Rea, L. Dennison. SECOND ROW: M. Bennett, L. Jackson, B. Potter,
R,-Helsel, G. Franklin, J. Karschner, R. Waldrop, A. Atkinson, W. Smith, J. McDowell, W. Frederick, R. Perkins.
THIRD ROW: D. Smith, S. Cichirillo, W. Campbell, I. Taylor, B. Cooper, L. McClure, V. Collins, P. Rother, C.
Johnson, K. Goodnow, S. Langley.
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: R. Tarkka, C. Barton, B. Marshall, F. Dvorak, N. Abrams, W. Rowland, R. McRae, M, Bow-
man, J. Weller, N. Gatchell, G. Gamble, SECOND ROW: P. Roark, L. Hall, R. Keene, E. McKinney, R, Gray, L.
Rehrer, M. McLaughlin, S. Odom, A. Bowman, B. Knauer, M. Hill. THIRD ROW: E. Heverin, W, Heverin, M. Harvey
A. Rea, G. Reynolds, E. Clark, G. Bailiff, H. Norman, G. Grafton, B. Shepherd, S. Phillips.
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SEATED, Left to Right: S, Pickens, B. Kerns, H. Hammond, B. Burton, A.
Roush, L. Ashbridge, J. Bartleson, P. Gonce, A. Boyd, I. Sheperd, J. Rey-
nolds, C. Racine, SECOND ROW: E. Puro, R. Gambill, C. Gibson, H.
Edwards, R. Hart, P. Roark, L. Reynolds, L. Hall, J. Dalecki, V. Collins,
K. Kahl. THIRD ROW: M. Travagli, H. Kline, D. Gibson, I. Clark, G.
Borden, J. Dalecki, B. Frederick, J. Bartleson, President, L. Ashbridge, Vice
Presidentg A. Roush, Secretary, P. Gonce, Treasurer,
The Student Council was first organized in 1932, and has been under the
sponsorship of Mrs. Emily Morris since 1940.
Over the years the Council has grown in number. From its small begin-
ning of twentyfrepresentatives it has blossomed into a group of over 40 repre-
sentatives. This past year they have taken in a representative from each of the
clubs and extracurricular activities .
The Council sponsors many activities during the school year. They now
sponsor four dances each year, run the Student Council store, are in charge of
the bulletin boards, attend Regional and State meetings, collect canned goods at Thanksgiving and many other useful
The Student Council Store is run by two students from the student body. It is opened in the morning so students can
purchase school supplies before classes begin.
The Council has also become quite active in the Regional and State Student Councils. They travel all over the state
to attend these meetings and return bringing with them many new ideas.
One of their most civic projects is the collection of canned goods at Thanksgiving. Along with the help of the P.T.
A. they pack baskets and distribute them to needy families.
SEATED' Left to Right: J, McCall, M. Cliff, L. Kryger, B. Burton, E. Puro, M. Rhudy, M. Horton, O. Blake. STAND-
ING: C. Griffith, R. Griffith, H. Kallio, M. Schenck, J. Cantwell, S. Pickens, S. Dennison, C. Harvey, L. Castelow,
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: E, Thomas, L. Pickell, C. Benjamen, C. Biddle, N. Bowen, B, Stewart, R. Given, M.
Horton, M. Cliff, R. Griffith, R. Shifflett, L, Ritzel, C. Castelow. SECOND ROW: C, Gibson, B. Hansen, K. Kahl,
S. Herstine, J. Bartleson, J. Smith, K. Gamble, G. Miller, L. Gray, A. Alexander, K. Preston, THIRD ROW: J. Beal
E, Ritzel, J, Lundy, B. Buell, J. Blake, B. Reynolds, D, Gestechow, F. Raine, B. Phillips, W. Cameron, J. Balog, E.
Latomaa, Miss Miller. FOURTH ROW: C. Armour, B. Kline, A. Blomquist, P, Saxberg, H. Kincaid, M. Travagli, M
Wilson, A. Edwards, J. Wilson. FIFTH ROW: J. Meekins, D. Gibson, R. Veasey, R. Dell, J. Roush, P. Miller, J.
Schirling, D. Wright, A. Penhollow.
SITTING, left to right: K, Preston fAssistant Editorj, J. Wilson fSports Editorj, C. McCauley fSports Editory, E, Puro
CCopy Editorj, C, Racine fEditorj, Mrs, Wolfe fAdvisorJ, J. Lipsey fAssistant Sports Editorj, J. Bartleson CBusiness Man-
agerj, C, Armour fNews Editorj, W, Cameron fFeature Editorj. STANDING: J. Saxberg flfhotographery, J, Smith fTyp-
SITTING, left to right: C. Castelow, W, Wood, A, Roush, K, Gamble, E. Latomaa, R. Gambill, M. Huston, F. Boyer
M. Hollister, J, Lundy, S, Lindsay. STANDING: C. Biddle, G. Racine, J. Gamble, B. Reynolds, C. Weaver, I. Brad-
ley, J. Goff, B. Edwards, J. Balog.
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: B. Baker, P. Stricker, E. Thomas, C. Benjamin, C. Biddle, N. Bowen, B. Stewart, C. Gib-
son, S. Hammond. SECOND ROW: M. Armour, L. Letts, M. Kerns, C. Crawford, B. Hansen, S. Herstine, B, Buell,
B. Reynolds, H. Lake. THIRD ROW: G. McDowell, J. Simmons, B, Gatchell, M. Kennedy, I. Karchner, D, Preston,
V. Stevens, V. Sullens, R. Hart. FOURTH ROW: Coach Breuninger, M. Jenkins, P. Cooper, C. Harvey, P. Howell, P.
Larrimore, R. Jones, L. Boyd, J, Bradley.
Girls ' Athletic Assvciafivu
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: D. Smith, R, Beldin, N. Walbeck, B, Kerns, I. Smith, J. Bartleson, A. Alexander, W,
Cameron, M. Hollister, P. Gonce, B. Bibb, F. Boyer, J. Wilson, SECOND ROW: R. Shifflett, D. Kennedy, J, Davis,
S. Sacconey, M. Schenck, J. McCall, B. Harvey, K. Gamble, J. Miller, P. Letts, M. Cliff, L. Ashbridge, THIRD ROW
M. Harmon, S, Pickens, L, Lawrence, G, Buchanan, R. Gamble, E. Nickle, B. Phillips, H, Edwards, K. Preston, N.
Shifflert, B, Bechtel, J, Balog, Coach Breuninger. FOURTH ROW: I. Gamble, D. Weber, K. Hammond, M. Ford, B.
Gonce, S. Reynolds, C. Reynolds, A. Boyd, J. Sheperd, F. Raine, I. Laine, E. Latomaa.
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FRONT ROW, Left to Right: J. Wilson, N. Hall, A. Roush, B. Kline, K. Preston. SECOND ROW: Mr. Wolfe fAdvisorj,
N. Blomquist, B. Phillips, D. Gibson, W. Cameron, J. Lipsey, J. Bartleson, C. Armour, Mr. Knisely QAdvisorj.
The entire monitor squad could not be pictured because of lack of space. Only the officers are listed.
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: D, Loving, T, Lipsey, W. Combs, M. Goff, J. Hayes, T, Deamond, N. Kirk, G. Harvey, J.
Putty, E. Demonde, T, Dalecki. SECOND ROW: J. Rea, R. Pettitt, E. Thomas, B. Wiggins, J. Watson, H. Lake, L.
Boyd, P, Howell, D. Herd, C. Castelow, B. Boyer, L, Pugh, P. Blevins, A, Edwards, E, Crossley, E. Thompson, M.
Wilson, P, Tate, I. Smith, J, Beal, B. Bartleson, E. Karschner, K. Gamble. THIRD ROW: D. Gibson, R. Gatchell,
B. Wright, W. Carr, E. Harmon, R. Veasey, J. Cantwell, B. Watson, T. Welch, B. Sexton, D. Loving, D. Culver, J.
Lore, C. Sandoe, Mr. Baker QAdvisorj.
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: V. Boulden, K. Gamble, F. Raine, I. Wilson, K, Preston, B. Phillips. I. Smith, Coach
Breuninger. SECOND ROW: R. Gambill, J. Gamble, H. Edwards, I. Miller, M, Schenck. THIRD ROW: Manager, P.
Cooper, B. Kennedy, C. Reynolds, B. Hanson, K. Blomquist, S. Reynolds, R. Beldin, Manager, J. Bradley.
WE OPPONENTS THEY North East girls ended another volleyball season undefeated
37 Rising Sun
60 Chesapeake City
31 Rising Sun
49 Chesapeake City
with a 10-0 record capturing the County Volleyball Championship
The Varsity had only five girls returning from last year's
squad but three girls were recruited from last year's J.V. team,
thus making the team as strong as ever. Both the Varsity and Jr.
Varsity worked very well together and displayed high spirit and
good sportsmanship which aided in good relationship with other
teams and also among themselves.
Although next year's team will be minus four Varsity players,
the coach feels they still have a very good chance for the Coun-
ty title due to the upcoming members of the LV. team.
The seniors, along with the other students, wish both teams
the best of luckl I
KNEELING: A. Gray, W. Wood, C. McCauley, M, Jones, D. Moore. STANDING: Coach Vugrin, R. Armour, E. Bibey,
J. Schirling, M. Joy, M. Wilson, I. Clark, A, Edwards. J. Lipsey. J. Saxberg, R, Veasey, R. Pugh, K. Aro, C. Stewart
3 Rising Sun
0 Chesapeake City
0 Rising Sun
0 Chesapeake City
THEY The Indians sparked to place third in the county for soccer.
The team consisted of four Freshmen, one Sophomore, seven Juniors
O and eight Seniors. There will be fifty per cent of the team return-
ing next year.
Mr, Jim Vugarin coached our soccer team this year. He did a
22 very good job of coaching our team and did a good job of keeping
our team in very good shape for the season.
The captain of our team this year was Dicky Moore, who did
0 a fine job,
FIRST ROW: Co-Captains, K. Gamble, J. Smith. SECOND ROW: Managers, C. Gibson, W. Cameron, D. Smith
THIRD ROW: J. Gamble, I. Bartleson, J, Wilson, F. Raine, R. Gambill, Coach Breuninger, M. Schenck, K. Preston
B, Phillips, H. Edwards, D. Weber.
21 Rising Sun
54 Chesapeake City
30 Rising Sun
THEY BASKETBALL CHAMPS
22 The basketball team ended up this year's season
with the impressive record of eleven wins and one
19 loss under the wonderful coaching of Miss Ruth Ann
Breuninger and assistant coach, Donnie Preston. The
31 one loss was suffered at the hands of Rising Sun High
School with a score of 21-22. This was the first bas-
43 ketball game North East girls had lost since the 1956
season. Even though they lost one game they still
25 captured the "County Championship."
34 The LV. squad had a record of no wins and 3 losses
this year. This record was due to the tough com-
23 petition and the fact that none of the girls had played
in a game before. Even though the team didn't win
23 any games this year, the experience gained should
help the girls who will be playing again next year.
Playing their last season for NE were J. Smith, J.
37 Bartleson. J. Wilson, K. Gamble, and H. Edwards.
SECOND STRING TEAM
BACK ROW: Mr. Emmerson, J. Schirling, E. Bibey, J,
S. Smith, M. Wilson. CENTER: A. Edwards.
Lipsey. FRONT ROW: H. Letts, G. Conway,
BACK: Pip Pratt, Jim Clark, Marvin Joy. FRONT: Dicky Moore, Wayne Wood.
Havre de Grace 33
Rising Sun 49
Chesapeake City 38
Rising Sun 46
Rock Hall 43
Hays ' lfaskefball
The Indians had a very successful season this year,
winning 7 and losing 2 in Cecil County. Pip Pratt,
Dicky Moore, and Wayne Wood were our co -captains
for the 1958 basketball season. There will be five
Seniors leaving this year, and they are Pip Pratt,
Wayne Wood, Dicky Moore, Marvin Joy, and Jim
The Indians captured the Class "C" Champion-
ship for the fourth consecutive year, The team
went to Chestertown to play in the Class "C" Champ-
ionship, They played against Rock Hall, A11 of the
players fought hard, but Rock Hall beat North Ea st,
Coach Fred Emmerson did a real fine job of
coaching the team to its victories this year. Mr.
Emmerson helped us in every way possible to have
a championship team.
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Barbara Stewart, Scorekeeperp Janet Smith: Vivian Bouldeng Kirsten Oikemus, Kathleen Blom
quistg Dottie Weber. SECOND ROW: Vickie Goodnow, Brenda Hanson, Managersg Rosie Gambillg Charlotte Reynolds,
Sandy Hammerg Kay Gamble: Kay Preston, Beverly Phillips: Hallie Edwards and Coach Breuninger.
WE OPPONENT THEY
22 Rising Sun 10
5 Elkton 16
25 Perryville 4
31 Chesapeake City 0
22 Cecilton 7
22 Rising Sun 6
14 Elkton 7
14 Perryville 13
23 Chesapeake City 4
23 Cecilton 18
The '58 Indians, composed mostly of underclass-
men, compiled a successful 9-1 season. This record
wasn't as good as last years' because of the one loss
to Elkton. Even though we lost our undefeated soft-
ball record, we still won the title of "County Champs
A number of team members were unable to play at
various times during the season, but with the fine
coaching of Coach Breuninger and Assistant Coach
"Donnie" Preston, we were able to pull through with-
out too much trouble.
Seniors on the team were: Janet Smith, Kay
Gamble and Hallie Edwards. These girls along with
the rest of the Senior Class wish the future teams of
North East High School the "Best of Luck!"
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: N. Kirk, G, Harvey, Managers, SECOND ROW: D, Potter, J, Schir1ing,J. Bailiff, L, Edwards
H, Letts, S, Smith, THIRD ROW: Coach Emmerson. J. Saxberg, J, Clark, N. Blomquist, P, Pratt, B, Jones, G. Bouchelle
R. Veasey, E. Bibey.
WE OPPONENT THEY
0 Chesapeake City 1
21 Rising Sun 3
2 Perryville 1
2 Elkton 4
10 Cecilton 11
2 Chesapeake City 1
15 Rising Sun 17
0 Perryville 1
0 Elkton 6
We had a poor season in baseball this year. The
Indians lacked pitchers during the 1958 season. The
team cou1dn't get organized until the end of the
season. Our best game of the season was against
Chesapeake City. We placed fifth in Cecil County.
The Captain of our baseball team was Babe Jones,
who did a very good job as captain.
Mr. Emmerson did a fine job coaching our team.
He is hoping that the prospects for next year will be
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Homes, Garages, Commercial Building, Pre Fabricating
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Floor Sanding, Finishing, Cabinet, and Millwork, Designing
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Dupont Highway and Frenchtown Road
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North East, Md.
Phone: N.E. 3041 or 3042
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BERTHA BEACH, Photographer
Commercial and Portrait Photography
Weddings and Children a Specialty
By Appointment Only
Main Street North East 6831
Ford - the One Fine
Car in Its Field
Phone PV. 2841
Phone N. E. 6666
Frigidaire - Westinghouse
Zenith - Magnavox
Bell and Howell
TV and Hi-Fi Equipment
Guns - Photographic Equipment
Bel Air, Md. Phone 171
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Sales and Service
Phone North East-2541
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Steaks and Shakes
Foot-Long Hot Dogs
Phone 5971, N.E.
1014 'Washington St
Havre de Grace, Md
29 Parke St.
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Shoes for the Entire Family
Nearest Retail Stores in
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Port Deposit DRake 5-2311 N.E. 2851 N.E. 7-3311
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Bel Air Avenue
Phone Aberdeen 203
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Bay View, Maryland
Phone 5818 Rising Sun, Md.
Class of '58
North East, Md.
Distributor of Masury
and Sipes Paints
Wholesale and Retail
15 North 3rd Street
INC. HARDWARE COMPANY
Oxfgrd, pa, Wholesale Electrical Supplies
Nationally Advertised Phone 65
Wornen's and Children's Wear 330 Market St.
Complete Bridal Attire Oxford, Pa.
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"Serving the Best in Seafood"
' Fruits and Produce Meats
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Phone 2771 North East, Md.
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SCHOOL OF DANCING
North East, Maryland
Evinrude Outboard Motors
North East, lvlaryland
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COLONIAL DINING ROOM
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U. S. Route 40
54 TO Sl. OO STORE
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Fresh Meats - Produce
Phone: N.E. 2241
Phone 2518 North East, Maryland
North East , Maryland
RADIO AND TELEVISION
Sales and Service
North East, Maryland
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North East, Maryland
North East, Md. Phone 3571 Phone 2515
North East, Md.
SAND AND GRAVEL
North East, Md.
North East, Md.
Phone N.E. 5621
North East, Md.
FIRE BRICK COMPANY
North East, Md.
Phone 23 5 1
U . S . Route 40
North East, Md.
Phone: N.E. 2411 or 7-1771
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TE XAC O SERVICE DINER
U.S. Highway 40
North East , Md .
Specializing in Southern
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U.S. Rt. 40 North East, Md.
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CONCRE TE BLOCK CO.
RESTAURANT U.S. Route 40, 1 Mile West of
TRAILER COURT R.F.D. No. 4, Elkton, Md.
Phone 7-2700 North East, Md. Elkton 1059 North East 6517
Gateway to the South
MOTEL Cocktails and Dining
North East, Md.
Phone 7-1771 or 2411
Paints - Housewares - Toys
Garden Supplies and Power Tools
207 North Washington St.
Havre de Grace, Maryland
Tops in Music
and Ente rtainnment
AND HIS CLUBMEN
Baltimore, Md. Havre de Grace
Havre de Grace, Md.
Havre de Grace
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St. John and Green St.
Havre de Grace
BOTTLING WORKS, INC.
Havre de Grace
Havre de Grace
YACHTYARD ROLLER RINK
Maryland Bel Air, Maryland
FARM AND BUILDING
PHARMACY Horseshoe Road
Rising Sun, Maryland
Phone 375 Bel Air Phone: Rising Sun 225
"Everything for the Builder"
See It Made in. . .
SERVICE Scrumptious Food
Rt. 40 Glasgow, Del.
LYNN HAVEN Fl .I ,.
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DINER Banquets, Parties, Club Meetings
102 South Dupont Highway
New Castle, Delaware
For Reservations EAst8-2041
Dupont Parkway lRt. 131 Opposite
New Castle Airport
New Castle, Del.
Licensed by Maryland State Police
"All Phases DETECTIVE of
Civil - Criminal - Domestic
MOTOR C O.
Day 1688 135 North sr. Elkran, Maryland
Night 1597 p Elkton, Md.
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Phone 78 Elkton, Md.
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MEN'S WEAR OIL CO.
"All Leading Brands"
Elk Theatre Bldg.
Shell Petroleum Products
"The Finest in Sea Foods"
Chesapeake City, Maryland
"Corsages For That
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North East, Md.
CII-UAIQLIES CJ. CJ.
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Office Hours 9:30 - 12 JEWEL-ERS
2. - 5 and 6 - 8 Except Wed. Since 1895
Saturday 9 - 1
Street North East, Md. Elkton,
Md. - Newark, Del
FRIENDS OF THE CLASS
Mrs. John Roberts Phillips 24
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Harvey
Mr. and Mrs, Herbert S, Wood
Mr, and Mrs. Herbert M, Wood
Dr, Wallace H. Sadowsky 35
Ann fSadowskyj Berkman 31
Dr, and Mrs, Robert A, Carr
Wilson's Service Station
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Keene
Mr, and Mrs. Roice Logan
Ryans Little Style Shop
Ingrams Service Station
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hall
Gladys Sweet Boucher 33
Mrs. Michael Nojunas 38
Ralph's Boats Supplies
Collette 85 Weber, Golf
Mr. and Mrs. W, R, Roush
Mrs. Virginia F. Todd 19
McCool Ins. Agency
Singmans Men's Wear
Barry N. Heisler 57
Chester Russel Jr.
I. Tumsden Holt
Elkton Auto Parts
M. Sc W. Radio Sales
Dave's Barber Shop
William R. Calary
Plum Creek Market
Irwin Ins. Agency
H, Kenneth Mackey
A. Monroe Ryan
Whitman Flying A
Roney and Wells
Gene's Bop Shop
Robert L. Gonce
N. R. Touchton
Kitner Xa Evans
J, Frank Holt
R. E. Stewart
F. B. Conway
Montgomery Restaurant C. W. Reymolds 19 The Bakery
Bessie's Beauty Salon MacMullin St Sons Bill Landis
Miss Harriet Pugh 16 Walter Patchell T. Guilday
Mrs. Priscilla Pugh Lyon's Pharmacy Swiss Inn
Bel Air Western Auto Benjamin Sunoco Stuckey's
Miss Lucille Manning Drexler's T. V. H. Gray
TA LOR PUBLISHING CO.
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