Northern Garrett High School - North Star Yearbook (Accident, MD)

 - Class of 1956

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Many of you have finished your formal education and now will seek your niche in life. We trust the schooling that you have completed will have served you well in giving you the foundations needed for success. To you who will continue your education through college, we hope we have firmly implanted in your minds the values of an education and the benefits you may derive from it. Your teachers have devoted endless hours in attempting to mold your characters and your minds, and in helping you to develop a sense of responsibility so that you mav become worthy members of our society. We can no longer guide you, so we hope that we have done our job well enough so that you may achieve your goals in life. With you go our best wishes and our sincere hopes that each and every one of you will attain or exceed your expectations. . I 1 jr. ? ber. Mr. Darrell Malone, Guidance Counselor, helps students to adjust to school life and guides seniors in their planning for the future. 5 Familiar people around the office are Miss Carol Dauphin,Mr RalphBeachley and Mr Ralph Swauger Miss Dauphin seated at her typewriter is an active member of the school community helping the admin istration,teachers and students Mr Beachley Vice principal, seated at his desk is the first contact of teachers and students to the activities of the day Mr.Swauger IS the office assistant and faculty mem Faculty f l MM A WE A THOMAS FURLOW f' B. s. N Frostburg State Teach- ers College Core 8, 95 Music 9. RALPH SWAUGER CHARLES GILLIS, B. S. MERLE GARLETTS M. A. Indiana State Teacher's B- S. University of W. Va. College University of Maryland Math '7. 8, 9. Arts and Crafts 7g Fine Industrial Arts 8-12. ' Arts 7. 8. fPicture Not Shownj ROSAMOND PAVOIXIE , A. B., M. s. mhxdf University of W. Va. Phys. Ed .g Sr. High Math- ELQINE FALKENSTINE B. . MELVIN SCHWING FLORENCE WILKINSON University of West Vir- B. M. A. B. JEAN TIANO, A. B. ginia University of West Vir- Fairmont State Teach- Fairmont State Teach- Typing 1, 2: Shorthand ginla er's College er's College 2g Office Practice Instrumental Music Choral Music 7-12. Phys. Ed. 7-12. Music 8. 9. srl---sr.-1 1 1 1- rwpgnunmmmvm 1 6 . CHARLES BENNETT B. S., M. A. Davis 8: Elkins College Math 7, 8g G.B. Arith. 10: General Science 9. LAWRENCE FAITH B. S. University of Maryland V0-Ag. 9-11. IOANNE TOBIN, A. B. Fairmont State Teach- er's College Math '75 Home Ec.g Speech 8: Dramatics. Xkpji AN HARRIS B. S. os rg State Teach- MARY LIPSCOMB, B.S. DENVER MITCHELL LAWRENCE MYERS Bridgewater College B. S. B. S. Home Economics, Phys. Salem College Findlay College Ed. Driver Ed.g Phys. Ed.g Core 8. Football Coach. SUSAN GLEESON, B. S. University of West Vir- ginia A it 1 A . ' ' ollege ' - '7-95 Phys. Ed. :rfs..1r..:i,fzs2v2sl Shorthand Core 9. fwav,1'f'fw.w..1'. . ...ff ,...f-5 , 1,3154 .1 VIRGINIA GLOVER A. B., M. A. Shepherd State Teach- ' er's College University of West Vir ginia Core 8. MARY AULTMAN Fairmont State Teach- er's College Core 7-9. 2714 HAROLD GRIFFITH B. S. University of West Vir- ginia Core 10-12.g Phys. Ed.5 Business Law. KENNETH KEPLINGER A. B.. M. A. Shepherd State Teach- er's College University of West Vir- ginia Sr. Scienceg Gen. Sci- ence 9g Physics, Chem- istry. ,. 1 .ax 1. I . .,,,, iw 7 4 V Y l X PHILIP JOHNSON, A.B. University of West Vir- ginia Core 10-123 French 2. KATHRYN SP CHER A. B., M. E . Western ryland Col- es if if f A . .1 55 ff. ae Zi' 15154 H .ZIJIEZZVZQ ui, f '- f I mf ne' 19- K . .r 15'- .fixjn 3-wif. ff fi OLGA ROWAN MARTHA LAWTON B. S., M. Ed. B. S. University of Pittsburgh University of West Vir- Core 7. ginia Home Economics 9-12. lege Univ sity of r 1 dy! C 1 12 pew ll X MARGARET FLEMING A. B., M. Ed. Western Maryland Col- lege Sr. Math: Algebra lg Core 11. ...MMKWVAE A MELVIN KESNER B. s. , B. s. Library University of Maryland Librarian .I ' I fn. .Q I K A JUSTIN RIGGS, A. B. Fairmont State Teach- er's College Core 7. 9g Math 8. CHARLES STRAUSS B. S. University of W. Va. Biologyg General Sci- CHCC . LILBURN BROWN, B. S. Morris Harvey College He31IhgPhYS.Ed. 7-125 Basketball Coach. MARVIN CALLIS, B. S. University of Maryland V0-Ag. 9, 11, 12. RUSSELL H. DAVIS B. S. University of W. Va. Core 10, 11g Journa- lism. CHAUNCEY FRIEND B. S. University of Maryland Industrial Arts 84 Math 8. ACTIVITIES You were my bashful barefoot beau Student Council President Joe Bender was named Student Council president as a result ofthe voting by the entire student body April 29, 1955. He has done a splendid job heading the council. The student body is proud of the progress made under his leadership. Other council offices are held by: l Max Bowser-Vice -President Patty McKenzie-Secretary Elsie Wright-Treasurer l a it as r Student Council The Student Council is the governing body of the school. One person is selected from each home- room to serve on the council. The council provides opportunities for pupil participation and expression, promotion of good leadership, creating respect for others, and teaching the division of labor and sharing of responsibilities. One of the most important aims of the council is the development of harmonious relations between teachers and students. Other aims are to develop good school spirit, stimulate good scholarship, and encourage student participation in extra-curricular activities. Some of the activities the council sponsors are, March of Dimes, the magazine campaign, assembly programs. traffic committees and publicity for all school functions. 10 , is National Senior Honor Society Character, scholarship, leadership, and service are qualities worthy of encouragement in any school. Recog- nition of these traits is rewarded by membership in the National Honor Society. The Society is anation wide organization sponsored by the National Association of Secondary Principals. In the future the Honor Society hopes to revise its mailing list of members, continue its substitute te aching and keep the scrapbook. As one of its special projects, the Honor Society hopes to provide robes for its inductions or help the Glee Club to buy robes. Its officers are: Audrey Schaefer--President Gail Kesner-Vice-President Eleanora Younkin-Secretary Delores Wright--Treasurer E M- 4 - Y - S , r 21.1 . F 1 i A I A L i , Y-V-ew. ev Y' ' '1 , . Y I t . , . I I National Junior Honor Society Membership in the Junior Honor Society is obtained by outstanding work in the field of scholarship, service, leadership, character, and citizenship. Members are elected from the eighth and ninth grade students who consti- tute the upper U3 of their classes. Nancy Turney was named President of the Society. Other officers include Thomas Kirby-Vice-President, Judy Edwards-Secretary, and Mary Ann Alexander-Treasurer. ll The Future Farmers ofAmer- ica is an organization for boys studying vocational agriculture in high school. It is the largest farm boy organization in the world with chapters in the forty- eight states, Hawaii and Puerto Rico. The Cove Chapter which is chartered by the Maryland and National organizations has one hundred and twenty members. Activities sponsored by the F,F,A. are: The Annual Sweet- heart Dance and Contest, Parent and Son Banquet, and the Farm Operation. Junior Future Farmers of America ,iA-- 1- "mia Q 2 1ff:,'?'i 2 -- 3 1 e " f W i--Avo---.-+-.r--..--:L-3 ..,..- .....,...... .,... . QQEP Senior Future Farmers of America Senior Future Farmers Officers The 1955-56 officers are: Max Bowser-President, Forest Jacobs- Vice-President, Alvie Rexrode - Secretary, Eugene Brenneman- Treasurer, Richard Lohr and Don Glover-Reporters, and James Bow- man and Gary Fratz-Sentinels. Soil Judging X0 ISIQIGQOI- 9661 est' 10 '2E7f"011 6 I-S6 'ao 01 9 I 'rl' Of Oogidoe - f O 1. ' 10 -S' C 166 012, Industrial Arts The objectives are to promote better public relations, to improve the conditions ofthe shop, sponsor exhibits, plan assemblies, promote safety in the school and shop, and to construct and repair school furniture. The club officers are: President-Blaine Green, Vice- President--Carl Mazer, Secretary--Jack Caruthers Treasurer-Reed Richter, and Sentinel-Paul Baier. I3 The Industrial Arts Club was organized in May of 1955. Toward NewIrIorizons," is the motto ofthe Future The Club Officers Delores Frazee is President of the Future Busi- ness Leaders.Marie Bowman is Vice -President and Shelby Deihl is Secretary. Shirley Friend and Donna DeWitt are Treasurer and Reporter, respect- ively. These girls have done a fine job and the students appreciate all their kind services. Senior Future Homemakers of Tomorrow Homemakers ofAmerica. This clearly expresses the purpose ofthe organization---learning to live better today in order that our lives and those of our families may be better tomorrow. Senior Future Business Leaders of America The Future Business Leaders of America was organized in 1954. There are twenty members in the Senior Club. Some ofthe Activities of the club are: typing the Accident Elementary Newspaperg being re- sponsible forthe cafeteria ticket salesg and typing for members of the faculty. Typing and mimeo- graphing is also done by the group for local organ- izations and churches. The Junior F.B.L.A. Members are inducted into the club only after they complete a brief, but strenuous iniation and pass an oral and written test. The Club Officers Patricia Minnick is the presiding lady in the Future Homemakers Club. Marie Platter is Vice President, Sue Loechel-Secretary, Helen Hetrick--Treasurer, Tressia Wilburn and Ruth Ann Hare -Representatives, June Lee Corle -Song Leader, Kathleen Emory-Social Chairman, and Marlene Spiker-Parliamentarian. Future Teachers of America The F.T.A. seeks to encourage young people to culti- ate in themselves the qualities of personality and char- cter which are the foundation ofsuccessful teaching, Ac- uaintance with the inspiring story of the schools, the part ree schools have played in the development of our demo- ratic way of life, the heroic pioneering associated with Jeir establishment and expansion, is made known. lt en- eavors to provide young people with specific information bout opportunities in the various fields of education. Janet Coddington holds the gavel in this active, busy ,roup. The otherofficers are: Lorna Ault-Vice-President, leverly Speicher-Secretary, R o s ale e Sisler-Treasurer, lorothy Glotfelty-Point Secretary, Leona Frazee-Libra- ian, and Joe Bender-Sergeant-At-Arms. Glee Club The Senior Glee Club is one of the largest in school with sixty members, Activities for the year included per- formances for various assembly programs, a Christmas Pag- eant, a light opera, an Easter Cantata, a Spring Concert, the May Day Festival and Regional and State Choral Fes- tivals. Donna DeWitt heads the Club. Dorothy Frazee is Vice- President, Eloise DeWitt-Secretary, K a th le e n E m o r y Treasurer, and Betty and Esther Friend-Librarians, Future Nurses of Maryland The purpose of the F.N.M. is to interest students in the nursing profession and to help them become acquainted with the standards a nurse must meet. Among the many activities of the club are: field trips, the investigation and study of various schools of Nursing, correspondence with other Future Nurses Clubs in Mary- land and contributions to "The Candlelight Express," a paper published by the Future Nurses of the Maryland State Office. The Officers of the club are: Joyce McKenzie- President, Avon Yoder-Vice-President, Clara Jane Callis- Secretary and Treasurer, and Vida Schroyer-Corresponding Secretary, All-Stale Representatives Ross Selby and Joe Bender represented Northern at the Maryland State Teachers Association meeting in Balti- more, Md. Ross' tenor and Joe's bass helped ma ke the performance a most enjoyable one. n Maioreftes The student body is equally proud of its majorettes. These pretty girls never fail to give outstanding per- formances. Capable Marlene Patton is head majorette. Shelby Diehl, Judy Friend, Helen Selby,Judy Hone, Elsie Wright, and Louise Coddington com- plete this fine group. Senior Band The students at Northern are very proud of their Band. It performs frequently, but never too often. During this school year the band played for Pep Rallies, Football games, Basketball Games, and Graduation Exercises. Throughout the year, it partic- ipated in a number of parades in the sur- rounding areas, A musical concert was giv- en at each of the elementary schools and the high spot of the year was the concert at Northern in April. Edwin Dean ably heads this talented group. Marlene Patton is Vice-President, Donna Edwards is Secretary, Louise Coddington is Treasurer, and Dorothy Edgar and Thelma Savage are Librarians. Junior Band The Junior Band is made up of approxi- mately fifty-five students in the eighth and ninth grades. The main purpose of this group is toprovide further training and experience in playing as a group. This prepares students for places in the Senior Band. The Junior Band presented a concert in the High School gymnasium in March. Library Club The love of books brings these students together. They keep filing in order and attend to issuing reminders to students who have overdue books. Making interesting displays and keeping books in repair occupies much of their time. This ef- ficient group is headed by Eva Schroyer, Vida Schroyer, Judith Friend, and Carol Kinsinger serve as vice-president, secretary, and treasurer, respectively. Mr. Kesner is the faculty sponsor. Bus Patrol The Bus Patrol was designed primarily to maintain good discipline on the busses. In doing so, each student is pro- tected from minor and major bus hazards. Parents, teachers, students, and bus drivers feel much more secure in knowing that these capable people are doing their jobs well. Jr. F. H. A. The Ir. High Future Homemakers of Amer- icais a national organization for girls in- terested in homemaking. In order to be eligible for membership in the club, a girl must have completed one year of home economics and must be in either the eighth or ninth grade, Service to home, school, community, and self are the aims of the club. Patty Friend presides over this active group and is assisted by Patty Frazee. Other officers are: Susan Bowman, secretaryg Teresa Layman, treas- urer, Dorothy Savage, reporterg Anne Friend, Historiang Shirley Fike, Song Lead- ergand Shirely Schlossnagle, social chair- man, Miss Lipscomb sponsors this group. ll Pep Club The Pep Club, under the sponsorship of Miss Tiano. has had many worthwhile activities. It has been responsible for all pep rallies, publicity for ball games, and several sales projects. The club officers are: President- Luanna Fikeg Vice-President- Audrey S. Kinsingerg Secretary- Gloria McCullough: Treasurer- Hazel Mosser. Yearbook Staff The group seated below volunteered to take on the responsibility of producing the 1956 "North Star." The staff is divided into committees. They are: sports, business and advertising, pho- tography and art, and write-up and social. Mr. Davis very ably sponsors this group. Their eager cooperation and earnestness are a constant source of inspiration for all. Seated top left are Marlene Spiker. Assistant Editor, and Rose Lee Chaney, Editor- in-Chief. STANDING: Mr. Davis, Gloris Miller, Jeanie Camp, Anna Miller, Ruth Hockman: SEATED, FIRST ROW, left-to- right: Janet Coddington, Dorothy Glotfelty, Helen Loechel, Leone Lyt1e,Ioan Wagner, Ruth Fike. SECOND ROW: De- lores Frazee. Carol Pike, Dorothy Ringer, Marie Bowman, Shelby Beal, Kenny Glotfelty, not photographed. Students from this group, meeting certain specific requirements, are eligible for induction into the Quill and Scroll Jour- nalistic Society, Present members in the society are Audrey S. Kinsinger. President, Rose Lee Chaney, Secre- tary, Delores Frazee,Reporterg and Carol Fike, Treasurer. Newspaper Stuff The students seated above also take on the job of collecting, editing. and having printed a school news- paper, also under the able direction of Mr. Davis. The "North Hi News" is issued eight times a year and keeps the students abreast of the news in and around the school. Seated bottom right are Gloria McCul- lough, Assistant Editor, and Audrey S. Kinsinger, Ed- itor-in-Chief. I8 Photography Club The Photography Club was organized this November, under the sponsorship of Mr. Riggs. They hope to achieve know- ledge by the end of the year in picture taking, making the print, enlarging and developing the film. Delores Frazee presides in this active group while Carol Fike is vice -presi- dent. Joanne Collier and Mary Ellen Speicher are secretary and treasurer, respectively, Dixieland Band The Dixieland Band is a musical group made up of a group of Northern High School girls under the sponsorship of Mr. Schwing. This group presents a particular type of music known as Dixieland music. The group was organized in 1955 and has played for band programs and the band minstrel this past winter. The group's many listeners feel that they are out- standing and most entertaining. It is hoped by all that they will be seen and heard more frequently in the future. The group includes: Dorothy Edgar-trombone, Juanita Buckel-bass clarinet. Thelma Savage-drums, Donna Edwards-clarinet, Elsie Wright -cornet. Helen Selby-piano. Science Club The Science Club is divided into two parts, biological science and physical science, according to the students' inter- ests. Membership into the Science Club ofAmerica is the group's immediate goal. Some of the club's projects have been completed and many are underway. The completed projects are: the tanning of animal skins and the mounting of animals. Projects underway are the construction of motors, the practice of taxidermy, and the collecting of Garrett County conifers and seeds. Larry McCurdy holds the gavel in this newly organized club. Randall Harman, Reed Layman and Martin Friend are vice-president, secretary, and treas- urer, respectively. Mr. Strauss and Mr. Keplinger sponsor the group. Dramofics Club One of the highlights of the year was the presentation of a hillbilly comedy, "Great Smokies," by the group. A dramatic play "The Storm" was presented in a state dramatic festival in the spring. All productions were under the direction of Miss Tobin, Actors and actresses are: Joe Bender, Rose Lee Chaney, Janet Coddington, Dorothy Glotfelty, Kenny Glot- felty, Gail Kesner, Vida Schroyer, and Ross Selby. They have studied such branches of dramatics as television, radio, stage vernacular, debating and pantomiming. 19 Junior High Rhythm Club The Junior High Rhythm Club was formed this year to help students obtain a worthwhile and wholesome experience from dancing and other related activities. The club has approximately 140 members, This large number has caused the club to be divided into two groups. Sponsors of the club are Miss Aultman, Miss Glover, and Mr. Swauger. Custodians Left to right: Mr. Harmon, Mr. Hamft, Mrs. Butler and Mr. Butler. Cafeteria Personnel Left to right: Mrs. Thelma Mcllwee, Managerg Mrs. Dora Edgar, Patsy Robeson, Mrs. Mabel Georg, Mrs. Gertrude Burkhard, Joanne Glotfelty, and Mrs. Garnett Ringer. Bus Drivers Seated left to right: George McCullough, Harry Savage, Roger Bond, and Edward Smith. Standing left to right: Albert Reichenbacher, Bruce Close, Emmett Friend,Christopher Glass, and Ernest Sav- age. SPCRTS When we were a couple of kids Foolboll Twenty-six boys lasted through the first football season at Northern. They were: FRONT ROW. left to rightg Kenneth Glotfeltyg "Billy" Millerg Dean Durstg "Windy" Millerglidgar Mickeyg Delmos Wrightg Donald Jenkinsg Roy Stantong "Billy" Jones: SECOND ROW, Gary Hetrickg Grady Gilping Carl Mazerg Dale Schroyerg "Eddie" Rushg Wayne McKensieg Gary Fratzg THIRD ROW, "Joe Benderg"Butch" Straussg Ward Humbersong Ross Selbyg Allen Edgarg "Dick" Millerg Ronald Beachyg "Dick" Spear: Ronald Glassg and Roy Roxrode. Coaches left to right, Mr. Browng Head Coach Mitchellg Mr. Straussg and Mr. Davis. Beall is trying to block a Northern punt. They were unsuccessful. 1955 Schedule Meyersdale. . .6 Northern. .6 Terra Alta. . . '7 Northern. 13 Southern . 0 Northern. 38 Beall ...... 19 Northern. 13 Ross Selby is shown taking a pass from Carl Mazer Carl Mazer is trying an end run during the Beall for a nice gain during the Beall Game. game. He is in the open except for one man. 22 it he Football Carl Mazer, Senior Quarterback, Called plays. "Joe" Bender, Senior, Co -Cap- tain Fullback, Scored 5 Touchdowns. Northern's First Football Team. Left to Right: Linemen, Ross Selby, Ir., End, "Eddie" Rush, Tackle, "Bill" Miller. Guardg Roy Rexrode, Centerg Dean Durst, Guardg Ronald Glass, Tackle, "Dick" Spear, End. Backfield, Wayne McKenzie, Halfbackg Carl Mazer, Quarterbackg "Joe" Bender, Fullbackg "Windy" Miller, Halfback. .ff Gary Fratz, Senior Guard. Kenneth Glotfelty, Senior Ross Selby, Jr. Senior, Co- Played after breaking his Guard, Substitute-helped fill Captain End. Caught passes thumb. the hole in the line. from Mazer. 23 The varsity basketball team consisted of the following students: KNEIELING left to right are four seniors: Bernard McKenzieg "Joe" Benderg Ross Selbyg and Blaine Green. STANDING are: Edgar Mickeyg Ronald Glassg Ward Hunrbersong Claude Hurnbersong "Joe" Friend, nianagerg .Mr. Brown, Coachg Max Bowserg "Tommy" Schroyerg "Dick" Spearg and Gary Herrick. Ross Selby taking his favorite shot. Junior Varsity players were: FRONT ROW, left to rightg "Butch" Straussg Dclmos Wrightg Gary Lawsong Robert Bartholomewg Eugene Horchlerg Coach Mit- chcllg SECOND ROW: Marvin Sislerg Darwin Robe- song Richard Durstg " Dick" Miller, and Byron Fike. "Joe" Bender going after a rebound ig, ' sf 9 ,-i'?"f3 11 'sw J' 1? WK fix ,A S. Q9 ,M mr Baseball FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Elmer Durst, Edgar Mickey, Tommy Schroyer, Joe Bender, Paul Baier, Gary Fratz, Carl Mazer, Ray Beitzel, SECOND ROW: Mr. Swauger, Byron Fike, Robert Hetrick, Eddie Rush, Ronald Beachy, Ross Selby, Blaine Green, Gene Hetrick, Grady Gilpin, Bobby Goehringer, Jimmy Smith. THIRD ROW: Delrnos Wright, Wayne Durst, Rodney Myers, Gary Herrick, Donald Jenkins, David Beachy, Bill Jones, Da1eSchroyer, Charles Strauss. Basketball Games Northern 53 Bayard 46 Northern 45 Valley Northern 48 Rockwood 68 Northern 49 Oldtown Northern 64 Confluence 35 Northern 68 Southern Northern 59 Southern 79 Northern 42 Rockwood Northern 90 Alumni 63 Northern 35 Bayard Northern 37 Salisbury 56 Northern 51 Meyersdale Northern 84 Oldtown 34 Northern 28 Berlin Northern 47 Valley 73 26 SENIORS School days school days CHARLES WADE SCHROYER "Cl1arlie"g Acad. Band lO,II,I2g F,T,A, ll, 12gBaskctbaII Ilg Baseball llg 11105. op. ii,12. PATRICIA ANN MINNICK "Pat"g Acad. F,ll,A. Pres. 125 Proj. Op. ll,l2g F,T,A, llg Health Ciub 11,123 oiee Club 10. 1sa'5" Mg CARL IQICHARD MAZIER Gen. Class Pres. ,123 "Citizen of Tomorrow" 12g Football l2g Baseball lO,ll,l2g I. A,C.Vice Pres. 111g Soccer l0,lI. DELORES ELAINE FRAZEE "Susie"g Com. Nat. Honor Soc. 12p F.B.L. A. 11, Pres. 12g Newspaper I1,Ad. Mgr. 12g Yearbook l1,12g Stu. Coun. 12g Photo. Club Pres. 12g Health Club 11,12g Lib. Club 1O,l1,12g Quill 84 Scroll Rep. 1l,12g Glee Club 1O,I1,12g May Day Attendant 11. KENNETH IRVING GLOTFELTY "Kenny"g Acad. Newspaper 1O,12g Year- book 125 Football 129 Drama C1ubl2. CAROL JEAN FIKE "l7ICk1CS"QCOI'Il. Nat. Honor Soc. I2g F.B. L.A, Il,l2g Newspaper ll,Cir.Mgr. 12g Yearbook lO,lI,12g Health Club 11, 125 Lib. Club ll ,12. WARD WILLIAM UMBEL "Ike"g Voc, F,F,A, 1O,11,I2g Band 10 11,12g First r,F,A, Reg Milk Judg. Team ll. K Gs. A - 3 JANET LEE UPHO LD Gen. Band IO,l1,l2g F.B.L.A 12g Pep Club 12. MYRON DEWEY LIVENGOOD Gen. I.A.C. 12g Proj. Op. IO. PAUL WILLIAM BAIER "Jinx"g Gen. I.A.C. Sent. 12g Baseball 115 Soccer 11. WARD CLAYTON FRAZEE "Homer"g Voc, F.F.A.1O,l1,12gSoccer11. SARAH LEONE LYTLE Com. F.B.L,A, 11,125 Newspaper 11, Bus. Mgr. 125 Yearbook 11,Bus. Mgr. 12g Proj. Op. 10,11,12g Health Club 12g Glee Club 11g F.N.M. 11, 12g Pep Club 10. MARLENE JANE FOLK "Peppy"g Gen. Glee Club 10,11g Health Club 11,12g E,H,A. 12. VERNON WALTER GEORG "Bun"g Gen. F,F,A, l0,11,12. MARIE JUNE PLATTER "Rechie"g Gen. I Glee Club 10,11g Health Club 125 F,H.A, Vice Pres. 12. PM-es 1 WILLIAM JOSEPH BRA NT "Bill"g Voc, F,F,A, 1O,11,12g I.A.C. 11,12. DELORES ELAINE WRIGHT "Dee"g Acad. Nat. Honor Soc, 11,12g F. T,A, 11,12pBand l0,1l,l2g Glee Club 10,11,12g Proj. Op. 12. ROSS JUNIOR SELBY "Junior"g Acad. Bandl0,ll,l2gBascballll, 12g Basketball l0,ll,l2g Football Capt. 12g All State Cho. l1,l2g Soccer 105 Glcc Club lO,l1,l2g May Day Attendant .lOg F. T,A, ll,l2g Drama Club 1l,12. Q1 RANDALL EUGENE GLASS "Pud"g Gen. F,F,A, ll,l2g BandlO,1l, 12g Proj. Op. 12. SHIRLEY AUDREY FRIEND "Honcy"g Com. Glee Club 10,114 F.B.L.A. l1,Treas. 12g Health Club ll. EARL EUGENE RICHTER "Sam"g Gen. JOSEPH FRANCIS BENDER "Joe"g Acad. Stu. Coun. Pres. 1,2gBa11d 12, Lib. 1O,11g Baseball 1O,11,12g Basketball 10, 11,12g Football, Capt. 12g Glee Club 10,11,12g Soc- cer 115 All State Cho, 12g F.T,A, 11,12g Drama Club 11,12. HAZEL VIRGINIA KNOX "Andy"g Com. Glee Club 1O,l1g Health Club 115 Pep Club 10. PATRICIA LUCILLE JONES "Pat"g Com. Art Club 12. CECIL LOUIS BOWSEI Gen. F,F.A,11,l2. JOHN PHILLIP HALSEI "Admiral"g Gen. I.A.C. 12g Soccer 10. ELEANORA RUTH YOUNKIN Com. Class Sec.-Treas. 11 Yearbook 10g Nat. Hono Soc. 11, Sec, 125 F,B,L,A 11,12gC1ass Vice Pres. 10 Dance Club 12, JAMES OWEN WILBURN "Willy"g Voc. F,F,A, 10,11,12g Band 10, 11,12g Proj. OD. 11,12. R.- J: R bi' DOROTHY ELAINE FRAZEE Com. F.B.L.A. 11,12g Glee Club 1O,11, Vice Pres. 12g Health Club12gClass Vice Pres. 11. IOHN HERMAN HAMILTON Gen. Glee Club 11,125 Soccer 10,l1g Basketball 1O,11, ELEANOR LOUISE GEORG Com. F,B,L,A, 11,12g Glee Club 10,11g Health Club 11. HERBERT FRANKLIN MCCROBIE "Herb"g Vac. F,F,A, 1O,11,12g Proj. op. 11,12. MARION JOYCE BEITZEL "Tots"g Com. Glee Club 105 F.B.L.A. 11, 12. 4 X ts FORREST MASON JACOBS "Jake"p Voc, F.F.A. 1O,1l,Vice Pres. 125 3rd State Poultry Judg. 10g 3rd State Tractor Driv. Cont. lOgScience Club 12. I5-s.. ' MARTHA ELOISE De WITT Com. F.B.L.A. 11,12g Glee Club l0,1l, Sec. 125 Class Sec. 12g Band 10,115 Health Club 12. ROBERT OLIN MISYERS "B0b"g Gen. 1.A.C. 12. CARLENE GLADYS RUSH "Kit"g Gen. Glee Club 10,11g F,H,A, 12g Health Club 12. RICHARD ERVIN LOHR "Dick"g Voc. F.F.A. 10, Rep. 11,12g State Reg. Rep, 12g First Reg. Public Speak, 11g Nat. Honor Soc. 12g Proj. Op. 11,12g Science Club 12. ZOLA MARLENE PATTON "Pat"g Com. Band Maj., 10,11,12g Band Sec. 10, Treas. 11, Vice Pres. 123 F.B,L,A, 11,125 Pep Club 12g Photo. Club 10g Nat. Honor Soc, 12, WALTER REED RICHTER Gen. I.A.C. 125 Soccer 10,11. EVELYN IRENE BROWN "Evie"g Gen. Glee Club 10,11g Health Club 11g F,H,A, 12. JAMES FREDERICK BOWMAN "Jim"g Voc. F.F,A, 10, Vice Pres. 11, Sent. 12g Dance Club 12. MARTHA LOUISE FRIEND "Mop"g Com. F.B.L,A, 11,12gG1ee Club llg Health Club 11. CLYDE MILTON SAVAGE "Pete"g Gen. I.A.C. 12g Soccer 10,l1. SHIRLEY ANN RESH "Pookie"g Gen. Glee Club 10,11g Hea11 Club 125 F.H,A, 12. A E .1 f , 1. ,fb 1 A e mu F E, W l'l.lBrllX'l " 1 M.: 1 X , fl-1 ? 4. V 7 E H R 1. ka' J ll 1 ,W:fr ,xr 1 .ggi . , C K lx " ' 2 'if 'Eff ' 5 2? Y . 1 X E 'efllfm i ,, GARRY ALLEN BOWSER Gen. I.A.C. 12. 455 ' . i ' J I . v CAROLYN sUE LCVECHEL "Susie"g Gen. Photo. Club 10g Glee Club 11:F.H,A, 129 Health Club 12. DONALD EUGENE GLOVER "Don"g Gen. F,F.A,1O,ll,Rep. 12g Nat. Honor Soc. 129 Science Club 12g I,A,C. 11,12. DONNA MARIE DE WITT Com. F,B.L.A, ll, Rep. 125 Glee Club l0,11, Pres. 12g Pep Club, Treas. llg Health Club 12. ALVA GEORGE REXRODE Rex , Voc. F,F,A, 10, Sent. 11, Sec, 12g Dance Club 12, DOROTHY JANE DURST "Dotty"g Com. F.B.L.A. 11,l2g Glee Club 11,125 Health Club 11,12g Lib. Club 12g Pep Club 10. 1 , 3 6 Kg? EDWIN BERNARD DEAN Gen. Glee Club lO,l1,12p Band, Pres. 10,ll,12g Stu. Coun. 11, Treas. 10. ROBERT WILLIAM SHIVES "Bob"g Gen. I.A.C. 11,12. Q JANET MARIE CODDINGTON "Jan"g Acad. Stu. Coun. 12g Newspaper 12g Yearbook 125 F,T,A, 11, Pres, 124 Drama Club 12g Class Hist. 115 Photo. Club 10. I.A.C. D ENNIS EUGENE EDGAR DOROTHY ELIZABETH GLOTFELTY "Dot"g Acad. Yearbook 12g Newspaper 12g Drama Club 11,123 F, T.A. 11,12g Health Club 11: Photo. Club, Sec. 10. DALE WILLIAM FRANTZ Gen. 11,12. "Wav" WILLIAM LEE SIIOEMAKER "Bill"g Acad. 1,A,C, 11,12. "Gilbert"g Voc. F.F.A, 10,11,l2. E ,ll GLENDA LEIGII LOVE NORMA JEAN THOMAS C I om . I' 'I' A ll,l2g Band l0,ll, "Ieanie"g Gen. Glee Club 11,l2g F.H.A. 125 Health Club 12. l2g Photo. Club 10. N JOHN JULIUS MQKIENZIIE "lilmcr"g Voc. F,If,A, l0,ll,l2g Club 12 Dance SHELBY SISLER DIEIIL "Shclb"g Com. F,B,L,A, 11,sec.12g Band, Maj. lO,11,l2g Band Sec. 115 Stu. Coun. 10g Pep Club 12. EUGENE DALE FRANT2 " Butchng Gen. F.F.A. l0,l1,l2. rl S ROBERT BLAINE GREEN Gen. Basketball 10,11,12g Base- ball 10,11,12g I.A.C. Pres. 12g Soccer 10. AUDREY SCHAEFER KINSINGER Acad. Nat. Honor Soc. 11, Pres. l2gQuil18L Scroll11, Pres. 12g Newspaper, Ass't. Ed. 11, Ed. 125 Cheerleader lO,l1,12g Proj. Op. 11,12g F.N.M. 11,l2g Yearbook 11,129 Stu. Coun. 10,115 Health Club 11. is lv "Zz,-'P' RONALD DEWAYNE FIKE "Ronnie", Gen. I.A.C. 12. KD' GARY EUGENE FRATZ "Frosty"g Voc. F,F,A, 10, Pres. 11, Sent. 125 Class Pres. 1O,11g Citizen of Tomorrow 12 Baseball 10 11 12 KAROLYN JOY RUSH Com. Glee C1ub10,11,12gHea1th Club 10,115 F.T.A. 12, Sweetheart Cont., Attend- ant11gYearbook11. PAUL EVERETT MILLER Gen. I.A.C. 12g Dance Club 12. TRESSIA MAXINE WILBURN "Tess", Gen. Glee Club 10,1lg Health Club 11,125 F,H,A, Rep. 12. I x VIDA MARIE SCHROYER Acad. Nat. Honor Soc. 11,12g F. N.M.,Cor.Sec.11,12g Lib. Club l0,11, Vice Pres, 125 Health Club 10,11,12. RONALD CREED MILLER "Ronnie", Gen. Lib. Club1O, I.A.C. 11,12. 2 . A . .' 7. ' V. - vw ' ' " " Y 1, gf , . .- . Hg, 1 5552215 A . .. ,fgggigsf wi . I . .-safes Sr 11-1 gf. 43. .4 P 'ii - ' f I I ' : IZ.u'357q A . 4i1'511.,1Q 33- . gy" 11 : 3 I Y RICHARD LAWRENCE GLOVER "Dick"g Voc. F,F,A, 1o,11,i2. JOYCE ANN MCKENZIE Gen. lf.N.M. VicePres. 11, Pres. l2gProj.Op, 1l,12g Health Club 12g I.ib.Club12gG1ee Club 12. RODNEY HOWARD MCKENZIE Gen. l.A.C.11,12. RUTH MARIE PIKE "Rurhie"g Com. F.B.L,A, 11,12g Health Club 11,l2g F,N,M, 11,125 Glee Club1O,11g Proj. Op. 10,11,12g Pep Club 10- Yearbook 11,12. ROBERT GERALD LIVENGOOD "Bob"g Gen. Proj. op. 11,12g Lib. Club 10gI.A.C.1l,12. ROSE LEE CHANEY "Rosie"g Acad. Nat. Honor Soc. 12g Year- book Ass'r. Ed. 11, Ed. 12g Quill 84 Scrollll, Sec, 12g Class Vice Pres. 12. BERNARD FRANCIS MCKENZIE "Bird Dog"g Voc. F,F,A, 10,l1,l2g Dance Club 12. TRYPHENA MARIE BOWMAN Com. F,B,L,A, 11,Vice Pres. 125 F.T.A. 11: F.N.M. 119 Health Club 10,1l,12. ANDREW WILLIAM DCWITT "Andy"g Voc. F,F,A, 10,11,12g Proj. Op. 12. BETTY MAY FRIEND "Betts", Gen. Glee Club10,12g Lib. Club 10,11. GERALD WADE FRIEND "Wade", Voc. F,F,A,10,11,12gSoccer11. JUNE LEE CORLE "Gypsy"g Acad. Slee Club 11,125 Health Ilub l1,l2, Photo. Club 0: F.H.A. 12. ETHEL GAIL KESNER "Gail", Acad. Glee Club, Pianist 10,11, 12, F,T,A. 11,12g Nat. Honor Soc. 11,12g Drama Club 11,12g Lib. Club 10, 11, Proj. Op. 12. HUGH FRANTZ FRIEND "Hughie"g VOC. F,F,A, 10,11,12g Citizen of Tomorrow 12. HAZEL MARIE MOSSER "Amos", Com. Nat. Honor Soc. 12, Cheer- leader 10,11,12g F,B,L,A, l1,12g Pep Club 10,11 Treas. 12. 1 I.A.C. 1 SHELBY JEAN BEAL "She1b"g Com F.B.L,A, 11,12 Heat Club 1O,11,12g Newspaper 12, Yearbook 12 FT A 11, F,N,M, 11. LOLA JEAN DLVINE Com F.B,L.A, 11,12 1rrCu 129 Drama Club 11 Glee Club 10. ff333f?'gT?i5hV LEON GENE R USH Gen. 1,l2. UNDERCLASSMEN NN D . Watts W. Humberson R. Sisler W. Wilburn J. Friend W. Goehringer T. Savage E. Rush R. Hare R. Stanton E. Friend M. Savage M. Friend W. Miller J. Schroyer J. Kolb G. Bishoff President V. President Juniors V1 if .qE.,f' .Q Jgli: SKEHZE' ' L F Q .s , f' . . . . if , A. Layman L. Coddington Sec.-Treas. Historian I. Short I. Zimmerman R. Savage A. Close J. Bleichner R. Stanton P. McKenzie C. Murray R. Hockman M. Beachy S. Rodeheaver H. Kahl J. Leydig O. Beachy K. Derrick C. Durst A. Snyder D. Lee A. Edgar P. Kelly K. Savage J. Sisler D. Folk T. Hanlin R. Beachy H. Haenftling B. Resh J. Wagner K. Snelson Z. Beachy G. Herrick H. Fazenbaker R. Rexrode D. Hummel E. Brenneman P. Paul C. Paul B. Fike D. Durst R. Weimer D. O'Brien NOT SHOWN E. Nicklow D. Durst R. Rodeheaver I. McKenzie S. Hare D. Rodeheaver P. Beitzel C. Humberson B. Spear R. Brant J. Kolb R. Thomas C. Durst R. Resh 40 ga. X-Qs W. Klotz M. Broadwater K. Jacobs E. Schroyer G. Bishoff A. Yoder I. Caruthers L. Frazee H. Butler M. McKenzie J. 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Wilhelm E. Mason E. Yoder R. DeWitt E. Fearer I. Hoover Af. Braodwater R, Thrasher F. Jones R, Dillsworth D. Wilhelm R, DeWitt 56 ROBESON'S RESTAURANT 8. BAR Compliments U.S. 40, 9 Miles West of Frostburg Maryland BROADWATER'S STORE Home Cooking Food They Specialize in Turkey Dinner OPEN 24 HOURS Accident Maryland , Compliments BETTY .IO S of Beauty Lounge SWAUGER'S BARBER SHOP JOHN .l. BRASKEY For the Best of Food Eat At Phone 98 HILL TOP INN Grantsville MU"YI0nd Grantsville Maryland Phone 7'l63 Compliments Compliments of Of SALISBURY ELECTRIC R. L. Hope, Prop. Salisbury PeI1I1SyIVGI'1ICl OF Compliments GRANTSVILLE of STANTON'S MILL Grantsville Maryland G,-anfsville Maryland Phone l702 C0"'Pli"'entS Compliments of of DAVIES RESTAURANT DR. JOHN J. DORMIO Chiropractor - Physical Therapist 24 HW' Service Grantsville, Maryland Phone 96 Compiiments MCCLUREIS SERVICE STATION W. 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