Northwestern High School - Compass Yearbook (Hyattsville, MD)

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'1 E.. of S .J- fi" 5 +791 L-I l THE COMPASS 1957 w1l'U""u' ' 'V rww , , ' if w""" 1 I I 5' 2' H' ' rm m LLL? , A V 1 I Northwestern Senior High Schoo Hyattsville, Maryland FGREWORD 'Northwestern us our future XX e mll l lrn of llfe as we leirned of books XX t mll hnnl one llght and follow t XXt grows here XX t learn to lend 'md to follow Iomorrow s eoaeh vull be lnfe XX e vull be tomorrow s vsmnmg teim XX e fabrxmte frames XX e prepzre nduls md rust vuth the know ledge thlt lhu wull be proxed IS me lnt XXe lelrn xbout people 1nd of being together XX e hnd strength an tommon lox xlrw Northw estnrn IS our future- XX e vslll blllld our lxves .As lf was built Somtthmg solid Somethmg eloud built I Ike Lll'Cll'I1S Northvn estern XX e sull make sour name sy nom mous vuth that tall proud :dnl called knowledge XX e mll build our llXLi vuth the solldness you were built of und vuth rht drums thlt m1ke xou thrne XX L learned more of lelrnmg than books 1nd more of llfe than rules In the years to eome we wnll know you taught us well lor sou Norrhw estern ue our future CONTENTS C uxdlng Atlnnnlstrltxon plge 3 lreparmg Qlxsses plge ll lollowlng Students plga 29 lcadmg I xtrxturrxeulxr Attnntxes plgc 71 Participating Specml Fxents page 95 , . ' ' Y . ' 1 . . ., , , , . .- . Y 7 . . V V K 1 t N4 I l, t I I I A H Y. Y . i 2 i 1 1 5 7 . 'vi .1 7 V w 'A '- V vu X F . . I . Y . l.xke steel and stone, K. . 7 Q - . r h V 5 . . , . . 1 k ' V fs , V - , v- u 1, 1 v I v 'Vi x 1 1 1 I V - 1 A . ' ' A I I V I ! t Y 7 4 , . , , . . 1 - ' . :P D ' '. , ADMINISTRATION GUIDING-"We will find one light and follow it." It is the .aim of the administxia- tion and the faculty to guide individually the students as they strive toward their chosen goals. Q 1 5' 43 Northwestern is your future sue Nlr Speicher, prineipal of Northwestern, to the students at the hrst assembly of the 1956 1957 sehool year And in his address he not only eliseussed plans for the eom mg sehool year but also he directed the attention of the students to their own wishes desires, ambitions for a eareer Mr Speieher mfluenees the future of Northwestern students as his career hxs been influenced by the teachers and administrltors with whom he has come in eontact He attended Western Maryland College the Umver ll kwa sity of Miryltnd George Wlshington University and Columbix Unixersitv llc holds .1 Bachelor of Arts degree and 1 Master of Arts degree ln 1951, when Northwestern welcomed its hrst group of students, he letiwe ye xrs is zz prmeipxl here lieeiuse of his aetivc participation in the school life Mr Speieher has helped each student understand that the spirit of Northwestern eomes from the students who look tom ard, plan for and contribute to the future I 1 -1' 7. 1 i 'ff i . " -1 '. fl. .kI. P. -'f 4 4 , '- ' '4.' ' ' - 2 . 'D vu' 1 l X N I- - Vx . . 4 . L l V At' k- ' - l 1 D k - L ' ' ' . - ' - - . ' - became principal, and he has spent six of his thirteen ' li V- I I l , . . , x . V1 A1 . 1 t v' , , , 1 ' ' A ' I V V . ' s l , ,, , . ' , , . N, ' l . ' i l ' 1' ' ' ' ' - - ' - i ' -I ' . , ' .I X ' . N x K I Y' ,PN lx ' 4 , it 'DN' JQQZM A f1I'l1ll13I' Hgurc ln the hllls md it the 1Ct1x1t1eS of Northxx citern is 'Sir Wlllxam I Iynn xlce pI'll'lClplI He hm been issocnted xxxth Northxx extern snnee 1951 From thls tune untnl 1954 hc txught the students of NHS the nnner xx orknng of plme geometrx solid geometrx md trxgonomttrx N1r Lx nn reeuxed hm BICIILIOF of Arte degree from Iynchburg College and his VIISICFS of Arte degree from Duke Umxtrsxtx In the spare moments left from hrs busx Schedule Mr lynn engoxs huntnnz hshmg 1nd swmmmmg LIBRARY NORTHWESTERN HIGH SCHOOl HYATTSVILLFJ MD l x X, . Y it V. X. I r' 4 -W ,,. ,f I . v I I 1 A . 1 4 x . X A . v r. . I - x u . vv r 1 ' - ,. , , . . ., . . . , . .K . . Q Y v Q N X, N . V ,. Y 5 1 Y ' t ' ' ' t t .r . ",. K' ' .'. 1' " " . a ' . 4 . A 1. . . 7 ' 'xg '. Q , I . V i i I Y . Y . - . . . ,' . , . ,, it K, . . 1 ft if I Mrs, Arnold Miss Balslcy Q. Mrs. Beveridge Miss Bricker Mrs. Brunslcin Mr. Carrcc Mrs. Basil Nlrs. Bauer Miss llccknun Tlzv man zrlm can mulzc bard things waxy is fbi' filIl1lC'llf07'. f Erucrson Mrs. Barbara Ann Arnold, B.A., English. Miss Eugenia Balsley, B.S., M,A., Journalism, English, "Quill and Scroll," "The Nor'wcster," "The Compass." Mrs. Merle M. Basil, ILS., English, Future Teachers of America, Flag Twirlers. Mrs. Ruth H. Bauer, B.A., M.A., Algebra ll, Solid Geometry and Trigonometry. Miss Ellen J. Beckman, B.A., M.A., M.M., Choral Music, Music Club, A Cappella Choir, Boys Chorus, 'Girls Chorus. Mrs. Annumaric Beveridge, B.S., M.Ed., General Business, Advzinced Shorthand, Advanced Typing, co-sponsor senior class, Co-ordinator Adult Education, Miss Clara li. Bricker, B.A., Shorthand I', Typing I. Mrs. B1-tty l'. Brunstcin. B.A., French I and ll, French Club. Mr. J. Keith Fartcc, -HS., M.Ed., Guidance Counselor, Student Council, 4-H. Miss Adelaide F. Plough, B.A., M.A., XVorld History. Mrs. Nancy Uublmgc, ILS., Problems of Democracy. Mrs. Barbara. Culp, B.S., Physical Education, Sophomore Tri-HiY, Circle N. Mrs. Dorothea Dawson, B.A., Speech, English. NBC Mr. Glenn H. Diggs, B.S., M.Ed., Algebra, Review of Math, Business Arithmetic, Plane Geometry. sophomore class sponsor. Miss Clough Mrs. Cribbage Mrs. Culp Mrs. lhwson Mr. Diggs 'W 'Ds ,,, I lx ?' Sf Mr. lincgan Mr. lfordyu: Nlr. Uivdd TIN' lIiI'l't'fi0l1 in zcflzivb I't1Ill't1fi0ll sfarfx a man :riff l1lt'fl'fIlIilIl' bis fufurf' fifv. Plafo Mr. Leo P. Flncgun, B.A., Latin, Latin Club, Latin Honor Society. Mr. Imwrcm-v G. Fordyce, B.S., Gen- eral Business, Retailing, Shorthand, Typing. Mr. Joseph J. Gicda, B.S., Shorthand I, Typing I, Clerical Office Practice, Business Honor Society, Soccer coach, Business Law, Mrs. H1-lcnu J. Haines, B.A., M.A., Biology, .Iunior Tri-Hi-Y. Mrs. Rebecca L. Hamilton, B.A., Shorthand II, Typing II, Bookkeeping II, School Bank, School Treasurer. Mrs. Lois T. Harding, B.S.H.E., M.S., Home Economics, Future Homemakers of America. Miss Caroline Hardy, B.A., English. Mr. XVilliam H. Harris, Jr., B.S., M.Ed., Biology. Mrs. Deborah Jann-s, B.A., M.Ed., Psychology. Miss Keller Johnson, B.A., M.A., World History, Psychology. Mr. Edward U. Justice, B.A., M.A., Dramatics, English, Thespians, NLT. Mr. Donald G. Kauffman, B.A., English, Problems of Democracy, Junior class sponsor. Miss Dcvona Keithley, B.A., M.A., U. S. History, Senior Tri-Hi-Y. Mr. J. Paul Kcmcrer, BS., M.A., Driver Education. Miss johnson Mr. justice Mr. Kautiman Miss Kcirhlcx I1 Mrs, Haines Hu. Hnnlilton Nirs, Harding Miss Hardy A .S f .. 7 .f I' I' X 4 i I q . K. , ri Kira james M r. Rcmcrcr ' X -ef N K 0 f ,gs z , X I J Miss 1.10 Mrs. I.lIIl.lIIWkl Mr. l.1yin.ln Xlr. lloyd Nirv I-UW? wc: --f I . 4 xl x. Nik Mr. Maholrz Nlr. Mann I W' i Q' 'UPO- Nlr Nhrunko r 'NlcNel1s I I is Ihr szzprwnv arf of fbf' fcvzvbvr fo lllL'dk.6'll joy in l'rrafiz'c' l'.X'fH'c'XXi0Il and k110zL'1f'Jgv. Einsfafin Miss Sarah R. Lacy, B.S., Plane Geometry, Algebra II, Algebra I, sophomore class co-sponsor. Mrs. Jo Lzunanski, B.A., Mathematics. Student Council, Na- tional Honor Society. Mr. Lorton P. Layman, B.S., Driver Education. Mr. John M. Lloyd, Jr., B.S. Indus- trial Arts, Bible Club. Mrs. Virginia E. Lowe, B.S., Cafeteria Manager. Mr. John J. Maholtz, B.S., M.Ed., Physics, Physical Science, General Mathematics, Sopho- more Class Sponsor, Golf coach. Mr. Horace M. Mann, B.S., M.A., U. S. History, Hi-Y, Soccer coach. Mr. J. Murcinko, B.A., English. Mr. John McNc-lis, B.S., Plane Geometry, Algebra II, N Club, wrestling coach, Assistant football coach. Mrs. Helen C. Monick, B.S., Home Economics, Co-sponsor Caterers Club. Mr. Eugene V. Moran, B.S., M.A., English, baseball coach, assistant wrestling coach. Mr. Joseph M. Murphy, B.S., Physical Education, Gymkana, track coach, foot- ball coach. Mrs. Eleanor M. Murray, B.S., Home Eco- nomics, Caterers Club, Planning Committee. Miss Anne M. Nowland, B.S., Problems of Democracy. rs X1 1 r 1 r Xlr Nluriliy Xlri Xiurrn Nliss Nlovuluid l s..7 Wim: Q i in-f P 1-lt' i 5 i A , ,. . 1 f 'QQ'- i l x , .Jiffy W. i Miss Nyc Mr. Palumbo Mr, Pasqual Mrs. Payne To know bow I0 suggcsf is ibc grcaz' arf 0 1'cac'lJi11 1. - . 3 , 5' J' 10 Amir! Nliss Quclw E. Nyc, ILS.. Bookkcepinpq l, senior class to-sponsor. Mr. lbanicl A. Palumbo, ll.S., Physical Education, Gynikana, Chess Club, football coach, track coach. Mr. Tony Pznsqunl, HA., Industrial Arts fwood ind ccramicsl. Mrs. Naomi G. Payne-, B.S., Rcading, Iunior Red Cross. Mr. Edward Phillips, B.S., M.Ed., Chemistry. senior class sponsor. Miss Ruth Phillips, B.A., M.A., Librarian, Library Club, PTA executive toiuniittcc. Mrs. Rowe-nn XVisc Pipcr, HS., Biology, Qcicnce Club. Miss Anno l'utnam, B.A., M.A., Spanish, student Exchange- Program. Miss Kuthlccn P. Re-lmnck, BS., M.S.. Physical Education, Cheering Squad, Circle N, Pcp Club. Mrs. Lucy A. Riclmrds, Refzristered Nurse, Future Nurses of America. Miss Rita Robincttc, RA., M.A., English. Y-Teens. Miss Hclcn N. Roc, ILA., M.A., IT. S. History. Mr. Michucl Ronca. B.S., Band. Miss Jzmct L. Shcrman, B.S., English, Business, Dance Club. Mrs. Richards Miss Robincttc Miss Roc ,Q j 0 Z . .V . al ' b Q' 1 or P C " ' c, t 3 Miss Phillips 'fl 7 Xl, 5, Miss Putnam Mr. Ronca A?" :iv Ks ' B- 1... Mr. Phillips Mrs. Piper Miss Rehznek Misc Sherman 'nb 3 N S Smith W E. Smith Miss Spicknall Mrs. Stephenson The foundation of every stale is the education of its youfh. Diogenes Mrs. Joanne Slifer, B.A., Spanish I. Mr. Samuel A. Smith, B.S., Photography, World History, Visual Aids, Photography Club. Mr. XVllliam E. Smith, B.A., M.A., English, Junior Class Sponsor, Golf Club. Miss Flor- ence Spicknall, B.A., M.A., Guidance Counselor, Na- tional Honor Society. Mrs. Denise E. Stephenson, B.S., M.A., Physical Education, Circle N, Pom Pom Girls. Mr. Guy Wiley, B.S., Biology, General Mathematics. Mr. XVilllam Yarnall, B.A., M. A., Physical Education. Varsity basketball coach. Mr. David F. Young, B.A., Art, Art Club. i OFFICE Mrs. Melwz B. Kleiman, who handles transcripts, photo- stating, and other secretarial duties in the ofiice, received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Brooklyn College in New York. Mrs. Alice M. Young, Mr. Speicher's secretary, has correspondence, appointments, and general supervision of the office as her main duties. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from George Washington University. l -... 5 C I- i gig NG .Q slave ' -' "J" ' I 9 5 L EQ .rflb S il 9 v-,ggi -0-..-av"""' V, 1 ... iwfw' E '3l.,,,.4 PREPARING Q' ' " 'I I INCER . 5 I0 1 . PQTS' .rag ga- Vu' l ' 'lags 4'-,l-'Z ffjf" 'PCG-:1 ex 'M-W' t . A:-vl??'Q'ft-2.ti?M1, .: -. wr .. - ' 'tix A .5 I ' X -5 .-cgi Pre arm -"We learn to lead and to fol- i - 'E P g " A Q low." Knowledge gunned gives the student is - .i-Q-,.5,..,g5'-.br l . z Q,,S5f' .iltqlgisfl-'f' a basis for amfuture career. Educatnon based 'e ff - .731-..' ,ff-.f'2 . . 'Eff-I ,112-55?e,'.i H not only on theory but practncal expenenee ,jf . Qvglgyxfl- Q V. i . 35' iieh"?'f-fr' results m a confident student t'5da , a con- , Y . .1 --' 1, ""-A , l . J. '.'-I .1 .., -N -v. 11 - 4 1 -f.-- .If 'wa ,fs wg? l E X v X. 'L-5. -3 ,..,,. fident citizen tomorrow. - 0 kx V .- I'-In-fi sw . .AA-..,.... ,wo-. i 'rf s' f , .A x . , ..,, lf! W. L 2- P1 G fv:l.mrnarj5l1rl 'Wie' sara P . lv 1' Va a preiiminarj auf: QA X "W V' 4 ef' il. I f- fs .. t..r.......,. kk: Qhe Breathing rurier now that the termpaper is done-S. Kenyon proof reads her paper for errors as D. Cogar corrects his bibliography card. ENGLISH English classes present not only the fundamentals of grammar, spelling, and reading but also an apprecia- tion of its forms and its art. To those who study speech or dramatics, special emphasis is on the art of public speaking and the drama. Specialized writing is emphasized in journal- ism as the school publications are planned and made an important part of student life. Through special skills and a thorough knowledge of the art of com- munication, the student absorbs the cultural heri- tage which he in turn will transmit to his successors. Sigh! Noi quiir finixlwd. V. Thorne is one of the many taking thc annual reading and comprehension test. M0011 -1 1 vow' -Nui, ,ai Q x. was, N I 1 vo- fu 5 E- i N L I 'f .f ! iw '91 fl Jin, -gf 'S'-35' 4 M. .5 ahh Herr? fbi' lroubli' ffm!-C. Post and H. Hoffman discuss an article on current events from the American Observer in P.O.D. class. Rvlax-testing is an art in itself. as demonstrated by Dr. Rny Pomeroy of the University of Maryland for the psychology classes. SOCIAL STUDIES Helping students to understand the past and pres- ent and to cope with the future is the basis of the social studies program. Gaining knowledge of the primitive civilizations and today's societies is the goal of the sophomores in their study of world history. United States his- tory is more fully explored by the juniors, giving them a firm foundation for a review of international situations in their examination of the problems of democracy when they are seniors. Analyzing solu- tions of past problems, POD students apply these findings to the present and future. Psychology classes delve into man's more personal problems and behavior. These classes combine their efforts in various ways to make the student body aware of the importance of participation. In the fall a mock election was staged by the POD classes, complete with campaign posters, registration, rallies, and speeches. Some of the classes made visits to the embassies and throughout the year guest speakers were invited to supplement the regular course of study. As they gather information received from these classes and activities, students prepare themselves for responsible citizenship in a functioning democracy. 'I'limugl1 fbi' Sue:-says N. W'ently as lie locates the canal dur- ing a report on troubled areas of the world in world history class. . - S 9 N '- .Xx V -K ', xr: .gf 8 fa,-,.,. LANGUAGE lforeign countries may figure prominently in the lives of many students of Northwestern High. To accomodate this interest NHS presents a three- fold language program. First, courses in Spanish, French, and Latin are offered. Second, an active Mexican Exchange program, co-sponsored by Miss Putnam and Senor Gabina Palma, is carried on by Northwestern and Mexican students. The Mexicans visit during December and january and our students travel to Mexico City during summer vacation. Third, each year the American Field Service sends a foreign student to complete his senior year at NHS. This year our student was Gabi Wirsich, from Germany. Language classes study vocabulary and grammar, and the art of conversing. They investigate the cus- toms, dress, and background of the several countries. WN '14 " 3' jf - , 4 L ' .Q l 4 Vx ff "' A n,?s,. . i L Var-' '- ' .m..."'i Xia. K: . I J . ,fri lab I vii I X I ll ' -I, .,,, " f- .bfa .ix-L ,- 1,..S-- g ,df-T 1 i .ip...g.. The Jvaiflj sfrolzi'-demonstrated by B. Schaeffer. B. Cobcy, lnurr lvfl, studies the map of Mexico preparing for a cultural unit in Spanish class. H. Jones, a'rr11rr, checks a word in the dictionary in Latin class. P. Perry, lower righl, writes French idioms during an exercise. t ,,,.inem- 3" mdi1i'.t-1" nn" I, unen- 59 4 I . 'raw' I 'N '-A x- 1-,- -.. KN fr ff':'.yr3! SCIENCE Ciiining .1 mastery of basic laws :ind principles .llld prep.ir.ition for college courses .ire the m.1in objectives of the science courses. The sophomores study pl.int .ind .inirn.il life under the microscope in biology, juniors .ipply the gas laws in chemistry, .Ind seniors use Ohni's law in their study of physics. Motion pictures, film strips and guest speakers supplement the regular text. Microscope use in discovering the wonders of small pl.int .ind gininml lifeg drawings of dissected fish, earthworms :ind frogs, experiments on 21.15 laws .ind acids, tire .ill .1 part of the pr.1ctic.1l application of knowledge students le.1rn through the science courses. Those students desiring further practic.1l study enter their original scientific rese.irch projects in the annual Science Fair. Wulirlvralfl---Iii' CJl't'-flllmci. Carroll, l'. ,lunin.ini, S. Bunch, .ind U. jones .ire engaged in the tedious job of cleaning cameras in pliotogmpliy class. Whfrh it boil-Students listen intensely as Mr. Phillips explains an experiment on gas laws. j. Richards, son of A faculty member. seems enthralled by the wonders of chemistry. Sfizmlnzg, G. Smith, B. Crowell: Snlfiwl, Mr. Phillips, instructor, and D. Coder. ywha in P1 Q 151' "' 1 i 5 : u--e ' 996 'V xl' ,I xdlsih Mali' 5 Z T' Sfzlfll rlulmzly ms dunonstraud by I Floyd on tin XX nmhurst madune m physlcs class Watnlmxng arc S1 u L1 Wilson Budmrlaxm and B In Jlsxnlmc, :nth unrm garrsmp, out thus aisxgnmcnt ln bmlogx dass are C Rconardu S Hepm 'md T Nflrghcgxam Km. as I N .A..k-X"'N' 4' ' "Ami this was ubat Ciriderellrfs dress looked like!" C. Vfindam holds the rapt attention of fri! row, M. Graham, H. Richards, R. Tohmeyer, J. Andrew, S. Andrew, A. Panck, K. Gilbertsons. They are students in the nursery class supervised by home economics students. Observing are C. Harrington and N. Dowd. HOME ECONOMICS Helping future homemakers of a community is the aim of the home economics department. Home economics for the girls begins in the spring of their ninth grade year when the Northwestern home economics department gives a fashion show to incoming sophomore girls. Clothes made by the girls of North- western are modeled and an outline of the home eco- nomics program is presented. Separate classrooms for sewing, cooking, and an all- purpose room which is used for the home-nursery and furniture refinishing classes are available. Senior home economics class in the fall handles the nursery in this multi-purpose room. Seniors also maintain the four room apartment and those taking vocational home eco- nomics work two hours here daily. 18 Sophomores spend one-third of the year working with woolen material and many of the girls make their Easter outfits. One-third of the year is spent in the cooking laboratory learning to plan and prepare meals. In the remaining one-third of the year students learn funda- mentals of home nursing, and first aid. juniors specialize in different aspects of cooking, sew childrens clothing, renovate a clothing article, and re- finish furniture. Seniors not taking vocational home economics have their year divided into thirds also. They cook, sew on unusual fabrics, and handle panels on teenage problems, good grooming and household duties. Display eases outside the home economics rooms dis- play daily the examples of the work being done in the department. -4 J X,-1 .b' i N ra.. ' 41"-..-f M" """1- A Following palierns-M. Hutchinson, M. W'hite cut out thc linings for their suits which were later modeled in the annual fashion show given by the sophomore home economics classes for the ninth grade home economics girls. Learninglto be a hosfrss-P. Hildibrnnd checks with her guests as she serves a luncheon in the home economics department. Girls seated are A. Gmdlespurger, S. Kenyon, J. McQueen, J. Volcntine. ,, . ,JJ ,J 4- 'x , - 1 - I . - S3- X ' . ,Xb -w v, hi. 'K' i X -4 I 'Jn V r - r- - 3 .Ili-.-, .A x f - 5 X K X , 3 . v Sggbx 1' ""L2?Y'f-T: . . N. K .,,..,., - N HAI" M- R ' . X A '. K X 'x r"" i' ' ' ,rf 'J Q i "' ' ,- I A' I mffn nm r nn Ltr puma lnlpnd hx 'Xrno nl OK, l'H Iukr ii, says C, llcrbcrt .xl right to C Rotramcl 4 4 Q ur .lt the NHS book storc. t v ua yum! Bnughurd and C R0dflQUCl a Ps Smith .md U. Flcishcl use the machines in office pmctxcc claw ga BUSINESS Training tomorrow's secretaries, account- ants, bookkeepcrs, typists, and clerks is the purpose of the Business Department at NHS. In order to obtain a commercial diploma students include typing, filing, shorthand, business machines, bookkeeping, and business mathematics in their curriculum. Students may also take shorthand for a second year, although it is not required for graduation. Students may take a Civil Service Examina- tion in typing, shorthand, and vocabulary. Students work in the school bank and bookstore to gain practical experience. Suzi' whiff- you lrurn-K. Kerr, A. Powers, and l. Curtis ctw s ritir mono in tht sthoo bin Casliitrx art S Sarptanl and l lursthvu 7 Students work in the school bank for practical experience as part ol their bookkeeping., class vuork r F, fi U i a .,-Q. xxx Q . ' -A L 'J afiijfaf-f' l 3"-,le,Qfl':' ' ' b L wg: .. 1 A gt - . 4 I P. in 5. lr , A ,I 'O W3 '-'.. fx 1-'f'-. V ' 4 . wx. A h 7 f 539 '11, anim? , . .Q 1 v -9 -V " -A-ng. .. ' 5 -.- '-1.1.x 'la 5' o,,,,. ,M 1 " .a..- ', ?4.,qb"" 'I i , N.-s 1. ,H g.':Ii.-J x-Sabi I gag 'ff ,.?, ' ,gl gn ' A .." Q1 , L .' ,"'geg., I rm' .' -L ' .' 4 ' v , f .. - F ., - ' n F'-.-f 1'4"-I.. . s....' - " Ana- .ar F' " -.5?!'l-12:9 -t ' was "., Civ! lfnll lnlll. l.vc llarlman, Lola Cfarraway, and loan Ciorlowwki trx' to get the hall away from Mary lseli in a soccer game as part of the physical education program. ...v Included in the physical education program for girls is Soccer, speedaway, hockey, basket- ball, tumbling, apparatus, and work with the trampoline. lfor the boys these activities as well as touch foothall. softball, and track arc included. As a variation of activities once a week, the hoyQ and girli get together for square l' filf. Xlr. Nlur'hx' a wixti U. llcttmermg in going over the horse while ,- V ,' , K ' l ' A A dancing., and social dancing. R Burrhus watches in a physical educituwn claw PHYSICAL EDUCATION I'i"fi'i'l flY7Il'I.Q -N. Sayers does the left Ylank over the horse, an exercise which is part of the physical education program. in. swag. Qlalrmrnfr and Rvnvonx Students solwc problems conccrnmt, parallelograms Siamlmg at blacklmanl C Parsons C Phlllnps P Prush A Rlddlesburgcr Sfudrnlv uwrkmg at Ihur rhskt T A Mnco C Carter S Matthews MATHEMATICS Developmg keen mmds and mmprovmg rea sonmg powers IS the objtct of mathematxcal trammg at Northwestern Mathematxcs courses mstruct students m prmclples and formulas necessary for later use Better understandmg of xts applxcatxon m thexr danly lnfe ns the :um of the general mathcmatxcs courses Offcrmgs m the course mclude gen eral mathematncs, rcuevn of mathematics and busmess arlthmetxc Academlc students work toward mastery of skulls and tcchmques to prepare for college and further study nn thcnr chosen fields Plane and solid geometry, algebra, and trxgonometrv are mcluded ln the acadtmnc curriculum Informatxon gamcd nn mathematxcs classes helps coming scnentlsts, cngnneers, admmlstra tors, office workers, and housewnes to solve problems encountered m personal and profes sxonal llfe mass: 'ft-ua m-ww..-M-... "X M... Abou Slldr Rule R Bam demonstrates how multiplication can be done xn trngnnometrs class Brlou I hofvr :lt nglvl saws B low ers as she solxes an cquauon m trlgonometrw Llass . S . f v v, 1, . .L ,fa 1 1 ' f '-Q , 1 A 1 . . .,, . " ,, ll H rr 'f Q , 4 'xx H 'E-, -yr., -ex - , . . . ' . I 7 , A ' V ' . . ' ,' . . s - - k ' A K' " ' ' Y . . . . . . . , .. . , . ' , ' ' ' I . O S U 1 ' H ,U wt l - .a.. .. . .,u........e.....,.,,,-,,,... .,......,... 0 h ' ,1 x 1 1 a r . n I . 1 1 ..... ..........-, .......4....-, , ,,,,,,,, - ,...........s.. . . . i . . ' ' ' . I v . ' 1. . - New I - . , ft' 1- , r ' ' " -f., .. . . x . N V f ,.f.wl-'-' . . 3 . W . 5 u 4, K 5 - , as 1 ' , 'Q . t ' . , ' ' ' -' ,Qg ' ' . ' .QQ-' 433' ax 1' -,,..- i H ,fx P- K I Q. ...A ,J l ir' 1 J xvvj ART lfxploring iliflierent forms of .lrt int-tli.1, students study varietl skills .ind le.1rn tn symbolize tlicir tliouglits .intl iile.1s in .irt elnsscs. Projects, sueli 2 .is still life, sctiplturing, murals, .ind printing .Ire assigned, .ind tlien inmgi- n.ition l1.is free reign. Painting win- dows for ll.1llowe'en, decorating for dances, entering Contests, and plan- ning hill displays .irc among tlie .le- tivities of the .zrt classes. Striving fnr original ideas, students fnrni colored abstract tcxtural forms. Vforking on paintings .ire Miller, james, M. McGraw, D, Iirnwn, and H. Heely as S. Hclvenston finishes .1 dog sculpture, and B, Slirift .as- sembles .in Jirplane tlirougli the same process fiH'dfiYlgTSILlClCl'1lS are seuplturing figures from paper .is one project. S. Hclvenstnn finishes deruls .is ll. lnnilmrili and K. Danielson begin .assembling the pieces for construction. ,. a Li, -f ' i 'Sm' MUSIC "To you our Alma Mater . . ." Daily classes in choral and instrumental music from which develop such musical organizations as the Glee Club, the A Cappella Choir, Girls Chorus, Boys Chorus, and music theory group lead to an understanding and appreciation of music. Both A and B band members are drawn from instru- mental classes. Two, three, and four part harmony, quartets, trios, and small bands are a result of the interest stimulated by the choral and instrumental classes. Participating in many musical programs within the school, these groups present special assembly programs, Christmas programs, and concerts. The choral groups and rhe band also perform before community organizations as Cl community service. Mnyii' in flu' Mul:ir1g4S. Sayers on the flute. and L. Knessi on the clarinet practice as Mr. Ronca, instructor. checks the music score. Omg fun, lfirrr. Hur. fu 41, lfYr'i'i'.---'CL Ciwin conducts as the piano is Momma. . a 1 .J ' It ' J ...W- irq .e 4 K. llenney, A. Norman, and S. Turner practice a song in choral music t ss ws- s.. .ff ' F?" '- f, 1-23x-" l' I INDUSTRIAL ARTS Three phases of the Industrial Arts course are included in the curriculum. In the wood shop, students design and construct projects from wood and ceramic objects. Boys learn properties and use of various metals in metal shop. The drafting course includes mechani- cal, architectural, and engineering drawing. Boys use practical mathematics to figure cost nj and amount of stock needed. 4 The shop classes are organized to simulate actual shop conditions. Students act as fore- men, stock clerks, and managers. Fach stu- dent is responsible for some task in the efficient operation of the class. Accuracy and carefulncss are the words of C. Lessig and Gray while making a file on the metal lathe in metal shop. unllfkillg rm linnpx an is .vbup rlavx-Mr. Pasqual flnf from lrflj explains the process of inserting 1 wire in the poplar and walnut lamp base made by B. Marltlcy High!! as RI. Anderson f2nJ from lrftj buffs his Cypress wood lamp, and T. Hews flrftj draws plans for a new pruiect. B U .3 2 1 Nag- -I 0 ff' f s Q ex fr' '- 4- , 1 X ' "1 i.5':.Aslf ' s' 5 out "Uxv ibv 1mubriJgrJ rlirlionaryf' is thc advice of Miss Rr'mvmlu'r flu' book ix ffm' ru a xiwk. jane Stansbury check . . Phillips, librarian, L0 J. Summers. Milly W'l1ipp's book while Barbara Hutton looks an her sciccliun. Slap! Put on fbi' lzmkvl-Students watch as Miss Lacy applies time brake in a demonstration on "How I0 Slap On a Dimr." Also in thc 59932 i fn C,-f ,fr 1 S f sf 2 il VFR: .f Pouiblc Scholarships-says D. Simmons as he shows R. Zeisz a college bulletin displayed in the guidance office. GUIDANCE Courses available, job opportunities, aptitude tests, scholarships available, and college entrance exams -all of these are discussed by the guidance counselors with the students. Counselors assist the student as he plans his high school programs, they administer and score tests to aid the pupils, and they process transcripts of transfer students. Additional functions of the two coun- selors are handling scholarship applications of seniors, presenting college information, and explaining job qualifications and opportunities. Numerous pamphlets, books, and references giving information on various colleges and courses may be obtained from the guidance office. 28 It ' ...ff :ff in ' . , 5 ' .,, . Q- I gi 5, 'wh' , W 5g',Q..v k ,X 1 ' ,L -- 1- 1 -as ? - HM-.fu ' K , ,W 4 .F ' ' 'N . P T ' L 'Rx Uh 1 I x' it ,tfvy T m v-5 'ff' J L15 FOLLCWING v 4 5 fi' EWU' Following-"We are tomorrows wmmng ICWIT1 'ffl . 7' lea Caps dllll gouns an' .wwf lo form'-says Mr. Edward Phillips, sponsor of the senior class, to the leaders and sponsors. Sealed-G. Gwin, historian, Miss Annnmarie Beveridge, .tponrorg Mr. Edward Phillips, xponmrg C. Andestad, Sz'r'rr'!aryg D. Gill, fzrrxitlcnf. Slnmlirzg-P. Hodiak, :ire-presidenfg J. Carpenter, lrcasun-rg Mrs. Quebe Nye, sponsor. THE CLASS GF 1957 After two fun-filled years, the class of 1957 entered its senior year. In the fall our rings came, this year with a new style for some. As we looked at the Wildcat and school emblem with its motto "Scholarship, Loyalty, Achieve- ment" we knew that we had much to live up to in this year. Our sponsors were Mr. Edward Phillips, Miss Quebe Nye, and Miss Annamarie Beveridge. Our officers were Duane Gill, presidentg Paul Hodiak, vice president, Carlleen Andestad, secretary, Joanne Carpenter, treasurerg and Gailyn Gwin, historian. We had a wonderful time working on the senior prom, the theme of which was "W'inter Wonderland." And how many of us could ever forget the huge snowman who greeted us as we walked through the gym door for our last senior prom. Most of us joined clubs, organizations, and teams to support our school. We won the play tournament with a one act play "The Room Upstairs" and greatly enjoyed putting on "Wish You Were Here" as our senior class play at the end of the year. We met with our sponsors and our guidance counselors to plan for the future. We did our best to cheer our teams to victory. We appre- ciated the many things done for us by Mr. Speicher, the administration, and the faculty. We ordered calling cards and graduation announcements and in the spring were fitted for our caps and gowns. Now we began to realize just how close was graduation. Our Baccalaureate service was held on Sunday, June 16, at the University of Maryland Chapel. We were graduated on June 17, at Ritchie Coliseum-many won- derful memories. We sang the Alma Mater for the last time as students and afterwards turned our rings around to show that we were now alumni. Each senior left graduation exercises hoping for the realization of all the plans and dreams of the future for each of his classmates. Gailyn Gwin, Historian llclcn Agricolz Nl.1ry Ahalt Duane Aldrich Anticipation, Keynoted the yeor's beginning AGRICOLA, HELEN MARIE: commefrcialg ambition-housewife. AHALT, MARY JANE: "Janie," academic: A Band, FTA, FNA historian, Latin Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club, French Club, National Honor Society, intra- murals, homeroom treasurer: ambition-nursing. ALDRICH, DUANE WILLARD: "Smiley," general: soccer team manager: ambition-eletu tronics engineer. ANDERSON, JERRY: "Andy," academic: Hi-Y, soccer: ambition-mechanic. ANDERSON, RENEE JEANNE: "Rinnie," aca- demic: Pep Club, Latin Club treasurer, Tri-Hi-Y historian, National Honor Society, Latin Honor Society, lntramurals, bowling league, Student Council, oflice, A Cappella Choir, play tournament, senior class play: ambitionfcollege. ANDESTAII, CARLLEEN GALE: "Andy," academic: Tri-Hi-Y president, historian, Pep Club, sophomore class vice-president, National Honor Society corresponding secretary, homeroom vice-president, bowling league, office, Circle N, majorette, sports days, intramurals, senior class secretary: ambition-success. ARMSTRONG, DOROTHY ANN: "Dottie," commercial: Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club, homeroom treasurer, secretary, National Honor Society, beauty contest, cheerleader, intramurals, bowling league, olficeg ambition-private secretary. ARMSTRONG EDXVARD: "Eddie," general: track, JV basketball, N Club, Hi-Y, homeroom president: ambition-policeman. AI'STlN, SALLIE I1Ol': "Beetle," academic: FHA, FNA, Tri-Hi-Y, B Band, A Band, Pep Club, Latin Club business relations manager, Red Cross representative, National Honor Society treasurer, Latin Honor Society, Student, Council, intramurals. office: ambition- nurse. BAGOT, JANICE MEREDITH: academic: ambition-home eco- nomics. BAILEY, MARTHA L.: "Marty," commercial: ambition-to study art. BAILEY, RICHARD: "Beetle," general: ambition-U. S. Coast Guard. RAIN, ROBERT VARNON: "Smiley," academic: Hi-Y, ambition- doctor, BAKER, l'A'I'RI1'IA ANNE: "Pat," general: Girls Chorus, ambi- tion-marriage. klanicc Bagot Martha Bailvl' Richard Bailey i ,xx . I D T, l . X i ,lcrry Anderson i in 3 X li Rcncc Antlcrwn 1 Y Qurllcisn Anclcxtad Dorothy Armstrong Ig., , 1955? ' ' Q- r u 'R ,V gy 1 I Iidward Arms! rong Robert Bain Sallie Austin l',uritm Baker I' . 'I-4' I N K a ,J 1' 1 Marx 'lo Rakes X Q X yi bv, X 85: f - , A . . : 1" 491. ug?- X - ., 43. itz., J ,- - 'i R e i' A . , Zf Betty Ballinger ticorigc lhrlowc liororby Hmrnvsu N1.1rg.xrct Barrett 'Q- ps . ag wg ' I of ' l Tliomux Barry Helen Pmrtoo U.avldB.1ucr R. Berkman Donald Bull frail Bcndurc Wearing of our shining class rings RAKES, MARY JO: "Joey," connnorcial: homeroom vice-president: am- llitlllll-ASll1'1'f'SS and happiness. IIALLINGER, BETTY ANN: 1lI'ilIlI'IIIII'I play tournament. intramurals, sports days, Library Club, FTA treasurer, NRC. Firvle "Nor'weSter," editor: llIIIblIlOIlfDllYSll'2l1 eduvation teacher. ISARLOXYE, GEORGE MARSHALL: "Bula," gc-livral. BAR- NETT, DOROTHY VIRGINIA: "IJodie." connnvrvial: Gymkana, bowling league: ambition-secretary. BARRETT. MARY MARGARET: "Peggy," l'OIlIIlll'l'I'I2ll2 Gymkanag anibition4secretary. BARRY, THOMAS ALAN: avauleniicg A Band vice-president: ambition-doetor. BARTOO, HELEN: conmwrcial: Pep Club: ambition 'f-- happiness. ISAYER, DAVID ALLEN: "Dave," ge-nc-ral: Gymkana: ambition-enginee-r. BEALL, DONALD: "Don," academic: ambition-police force. IIECKMAN, ROSA LEE: com- nu-rcial: Tri-Hi-Y treasurer. FHA. Student Counvil, Pep Vlub treasnror, bowling league, intramurals, National Honor Society, Business Honor Society president, Circ-lo N secretary, flag twirle-rg ambition- -oflico work. IIENIIYRI-I, HAIL ELAINE: connnc-rcial: FNA, Library Club: ambition-- sevretary. BENITEZ, FRANK GERALD: "Jerry," gf-lu-ral: homeroom president, JV basketball. track, Varsity basketball, JV football, Varsity football. HIGELOXY, FRANKLIN: "Frank," general: Hi-Y: ambition-ff Navy. ROHONIS, SONIA EYLYNN: 1-onnnvrcial: homeroom secretary. Gymkana, intramurals. FNA, Dance Club, sports day, bowling league, Red Cross rf-prosentativf-. Y-Toons, Tri-Hi-Y: ambition- success and happiness. l'r.ink BCIIIICI lrinklvn Bigelow slmm p,,,h,,,,,, .ln- inf, K si 'Dx ' Q Wh-nv l B Ruff l g S wal' E X ,loan Bouchard l cigar Bowers Robert liownc l'lmm.u liowm' Robert Bolrnan brought admiration and boosted our pride ll0l'l'H.-XRD, JUAN Nljlillflg "Jo Ho," general: ills-e C'lub, Library Club, liIlllJlllOI1-S9l'l'i'l3.I'j'. INNYEIKS. EIMS.-XR GEURIEEQ "lid," acadvnlir: golf, bowling league, Iiatin llonor Society, Ili-YQ ambitionfeiigineer. BUXVIE, ROBERT: "Skin," gem-ral: ambition-f-Air Forve. BUXVNE, THOMAS H.: "Tom," zu'zulc-mic: ambition-niiniste-r. BOZMAN, ROBERT: "Boz," general: ambition-machinist. BOZZI'1l.lA, MAXINE ANN, "Max," connnerciulg bowling league, intramurals, sports days, Pep Club, National Honor Society, beauty contest. cheerleader, Tri-Hi-Y counvil, Circle N. Business Honor Society sevretary, homeroom sevretaryg ambition -College. BRADY, EINYARD .KRNULDQ aeaulc-niiv: Ili-Sei, Hi-Y, JV bas- ketball, science fair, National Honor Society, Varsity basketball, N Club, homeroom vice-president, presidentg ambition-ef engineer. BRADY, GAR- YELYNQ "Garmo," K'0llllIl1'l'f'i!llZ Tri-Hi-Y, Bible C'lub, Gymkanag ambition airline stewardess. BRAIS, KI-ZNNICTHQ "Kenny," general: ambition-- draftsman. BROFKXYAY, ROXIE li.: aeadeniiv: sports days, intraniurals. Mixed Chorus, Tri-Hi-Y, A Cappella Choir, Girls Chorus, Y-Teens: ambition -happiness. lll'I'H.-KNAN, JOHN AVSTIN: "Burk," araflernicg home- room president, treasurer, vice-president, Hi-Y, Hi-Sc-ig ambitionf-disv jockey. BI'Nl'H, SHIRLEY JI-IAN: gn-m-ral: FNA, intramurals, Gymkanag ambition--telephone operator. l!l'R1'H, BARBARA ROSE: "Birdie," acade-Inir: Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club, intramurals, sports days, Student Counvil, NLT, ambition--teaching. BFRKHAIIIJT, GEORGE: awaclvniiv: trac-kg ambitionvengineer. Rome Brotkwny .lHIll1BllKl1.lI1.lH Sbirluy ilumb 11 f 3 bf 1 Ni.ixincl5ol1cll.l Q' harxclyn Branix H.nrb.ir.i Burch l d vi' .1 rd brad y L 1 Kenneth Brais Kicurgc Burl-cbartit .4 Jw- ! ft. t Bcvcrlv Burrhus f X 3 .Tr 'W ' 1 ll Carlenc Caldwell Ntlin-I VJIHCF fi ?' Linda Carithcrs -Ioannc Carpenter Charles Carroll Raymond Carroll 'R 1' . Sq Q tx .wx 2 35- Xli'illiam Burroughs Ruth Burton Donald Bush linda Bushnell Seeking of counsel and advice on Career Day l!l'RRHI'S, DEVI-IRLY MAE: l'0lllllN'l'I'i1ll2 Hlllllill0H--SSCFQIKFY. BUR- ROYGHS, XVILLI.-KM I'ARLISl.l'l: "Dill," aimulmnie: ambition-College. BYRTON, RUTH: UBlI'dlE',"lll'ildl'lllil'2 Tri-Hi-Y, Caterers Club, Latin Club. Circle "N," FNA: arnbition---nurse. l!l'SlI, DONALD JAMES: general: .IV wrestling, soeeer team lllH.Il2lf.fPl'1 ainbition+Nzivy. BFSHNELL, LINDA SVSANQ zwadeluieg Latin Club, National Honor Society, Pep Club, A Band, band librarian, FTA, Art Club: Rlllllllll0IlilllfI.lll0Ill3.tiCS teacher. C.-H.llXVl'lI,l,, t'ARLl4lNl'l Dl+lANN.Xg au-zulennieg Gyinkanzi historian, Ca- terers Club, Y-Teens, bowling league: ambition-nurse. CANTER, NEIN.-X M.ll'D: gem-rul: Library Club, Girls Chorus, 2IlI1llll.l0l'l1OfflC6 work. I'.lRl'I'HI+lRS, LINDA FRY: uexulenliez Pep Club, homeroom treas- urer, Tri-Hi-Y, Student count-il, llible Club, FHA ambition----proofreader. li-lRl'EN'I'l+IR, JOANNE: "Joey," m-zulemleg Latin Club historian, Tri-Hi-Y, homeroom seeretary, Pep Club, junior vluss treasurer, National Honor Soeiety, Cirele N, eheerleader, senior class treasurerg ambition-home maker. l'.KRROLL, CHARLI-IS H.: "Chuck," general: ambitionv-Navy. FARRULL, RAYMOND: general: zimbition-plumber. CHANDLER, XYILLIASI E.: "Dill," general: ninbition+Navy. CLIFF, RODGER ALLAN: ur-arlemie: NDC, lli-Sei, Tllespiuns treasurer, National Honor Soeietyg ambition-f-eleetriezil engineering. l'L0l'l'ER, JUN GILBERT, "Gil," aezulelnie: iilllllltl0Tl-SIICCPSS. William Chandler Rodger Cliff Gilbffl Cl0PPef is-"'-Q. -m Q' -t ldf 1:- H2555 l ,-, A' ,. "' ' 1 B ir I XY'illiarn Ciobfy ilavid Coder llniti Ciollms Alfred Comings showed our sincere interest in the future's olonning FOBEY, XVILLIAM XV., JR.: "Hill," xwmlvinicg homeroom vice-president. .IV football, Varsity football, lli-Y, ambition-f volle-ge. CODICR, DAVID XVlIlLIANlg at-adeniicg A Band, som-ver, homeroom president, National llonor Som-ietyg ambition--f engineering. COLLINS, DAVID HAMPTON: "Dave," urzulenlivg Student Counvil, soc-1-er, Bible Club, Glee Club, ambi- tion-Wmissionary. VONIINGS, Altlflildll li.: "Fred," awzulelliivg .IV bas-- ketball. JV baseball, Varsity basketball, Varsity football, N Club, Hi-YQ ambition-college. UONOVER, .ll'ANl'I'A MAE: vonnnvrcinl: Tri-lli-Y, Pep Club. Business Honor Soc-ietyg ambition-sovial service. VOOPER, BE'l"I'E JANE: "Bets," gem-ral: Bible Club, Red Cross representativeg ambition-housewife. CORLISS, DAVID: aeaulv1ni1': ambition-lawyer. FOR-NICLL, KlflNNlfl'l'H XV. "Kenny," :walls-nilvg Ili-Y, soccer, A Band, N Club. t'OSTINET'I', l'A'I'Rll'li J.: "Pat," avmla-illivg .IV football, Varsity football, JV baseball, lli-Y, homeroom treasurer, homeroom Vive-president, ambition--aeronautival engineering. VOXVNE, JOHNQ axmulelnivg Photogr- raphy Club. lli-Y. .IV football, ambition-engineer. l'RAllLl4I, PHAR- LENl4lg "Charlie," gem-rulg NLT, ambition--model. CROGHAN, JOHN RAYMOND: general: ambition-policeman. CROVO, JOHN EIDWARIJQ "Ace," gem-ral: .IV baseball, Varsity baseball, Hi-YQ N Club, ambition? photographer. l'l'l'l', FREIDIDA RAE: general: Gymkanag ambitionf secretary. .i0hn Cownf Charlene Craiic John Cmghan gn, .5 I ,ie v V -11 . 4. S I. juanlu Lonovr. r gg 5' Berrr Cooper David tforlm E Q, .,f' A , i 'i 0 Kenneth Cornell Patrick Costinctt john Crovo Fredda Cupp KN 3 NYalter Currcncc .'l 3. 5- I . 'X 1 Susan Dade f it Carolyn Davis Alvin Day 49- 3 -. ' L' is 'C' 'C' I' rnest Ciurtix 1' .Q I.ouis Dasliicll john Davis Roger llc Cesare 4S'.h ' x ifs 1' ld ii ,. 7. XYQIIM-r Cuni55 Annette Cusimano Linda Cutting Enjoyment of the "Winter Wonderland" ball CYRRENCE, XYALTER LEE, JR.: "Johnny," acauh-niicg anibitionANavy Air Force pilot. CCRTIS, ERNEST XYARRENQ "ICrnic," acault-inicg "Noi"- weste-r" business manager, " '57 Compass"g ambitionfI'. S. government. agent. CCRTISS, WALTER XV.: "Buster," at-:uh-inic: sophomore class president, .IV basketball, .IV baseball, Varsity basketball, Varsity base- ball. National Ilonor Society vim--president: anibitionk-nieclianical engi- neer. CCSIMANO, ANNI-ITTE: gi-lwrnl: anibition-pliotograplier. CCT- 'l'ING, LINDA ANNE: ncatlt-init: Tri-Ili-Y, Glee Club secretary, Pep Club, Latin Club. cheerleader, State Chorus: ambition- science teacher, DADE, SCSAN L0l'lSEg "Sue," runnin-rcialg Tri-Ili-Y, tile-0 Club, Y-Tecnsg am- bition---secretary. DASHIELL, L0l'IS F.: "Lou," acatlenlicz Hi-Sci, Photograpliy Clubg ambition - college. DAVIS, CARULYN JEAN: "Carol," IlCH.II1'lIliCQ Y-Teens, FTA, sports days, intramurals. French Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club: anibition---,i:m'orninent work. DAVIS, JOHN SMITHERS: "Johnny," ZICZUICIIIICQ 4-II, Hi-YQ ambitionkniillionaire. DAY, ALVIN LEDN: "Al," lll'ZHII'lllIl'I ambition-mechanical engineer. DE CESARE, ROGER: acatlvniic-: play tournament. Hi-Y, National Honor Society. soccer, anibition--engineering, DEGGES, XVILLIANI ANDREXY: "Bill," general: ambition eprinter and pressnian. DELLAYALLE, ROBERT STEPHEN, "Doc," at-advniicg bowling league, Ili-Sci: ambition--f D.D.S. DE MARINIS, 3llLLlCEN'I'g "Millie," at-:uh-niicg National Honor Society, Red Cross representative: ambition college. W'illiam Dcgges Robert Dellavalle MHIICCHI De M3finiS 4 Y., f S D ' .4 X I .' X X L.. linlccn Dcnncy Lois Dercmcr Barbara lDcVall l llu topped the highlights of our social year, DENNEY, EILI-ZEN ANNETTE: avademivg iritramurals, sports days, Tri- Hi-Y, Latin Club, Glee Club. Latin Honor Soc-iety, play tournament, National Honor Society, ofiiee, Hi-Sei, Student Counvilg lllllllltlflllw-'t'0llf'LZt' and travel. DEREMER, LOIS ANN: vonnnercial: Gymkana, Danre Club, ambition-modern dancer, IIEYALL, ISARBAIIA l'AI'LlNE: "Mickey," t-ommercial: A Hand: ambition-'Mcollege. IDEYLIN, LEU NIICH.-HCI.: "Corky," avarlenilrg Student Council, 4-H Gymkana, Hi-Y, trac-k, football announcerg ambition-Episcopal Priest. DILLON, ICIAINEQ general: am- bition-government worker. III I'II+l'l'R0, ANTHONY: at-atlc-init-3 Latin Club, bowling league, ambition--fc'ollz-ge. DISNEY, ICLIZAIIICTH ROSE: "Betsy," c'ommervia.l: sports days, Glee Club, intramuralsg ambition-W marriage. DIXON, ELIZABETH GARLAND: "Betsy,"g4-nernl: Pep Club. intramurals, Gymkanag ambition- marriage. DODDS, CAROL SITE, avzulelnieg FHA, Latin Club, intramurals, play tournament, 'l'ri-lli-Y, Thespians, NLT, ambition-college. DONLEY. CAROL ANN: "Peanut," aeazlenlicg Latin Club, Pep Club vibe-president, Tri-Hi-Y Vive-president. Girls Chorus, intramurals, A Cappella Choir, National Honor Soc-iety, homeroom seeretary, eheerleader: ambitiongvollege. DOVE, IGIAYOOD J.: general: .IV baseball, intramurals, Hi-YQ ambition-college, DOXYD, NORNlAg avatlvniicg bowling league, Caterers Club: ambition home evo- nomivs. DOXYIDY, S.1Bll'l+1l1 EARL: "Sam," zwadt-init-g Hi-Y, Varsity foot- ball: ambitionfengineer. IJRECHSLICR, MARY KATHRYN: "Kathy," il!'ilIlf'llliC'Q Tri-Hi-Y, Dance Club vine-president, Mexiean Exchange Club. Red Cross representative: ambitionfmarriage. Carol Donley Elwood Dove Norma Dowd .Q-I ' Q 1 . "T 1 1 S ab. ' Tliomgr, Du,-kin Robert limcrson 13 R, i I 1 a l Katherine Farrar .layne Farrell 'Phe 'I 5 , Patricia Feiertag Philip Ferrara Carolyn Fields wvillilm Fink L :- ,Sfy Charlotte Ifskilc Nelsa Evans Quincy Ewing Domination of the marching bond and mojorettes lll'RKlN, THOMAS l'.: zu-zulemie: intramurals, homeroom treasurer, Hi-Yj ambition-college. EMERSON, EIHVARI! ROBERT: "Bob," academic: homeroom president, Hi-Y vice-president: ambition-dentist. ESKITE, t'HARLO'l"I'E ANN: "Butch," eonunei-cial: Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club: ambition -ff-ffpi'ivate secretary. EVANS, NELSA LEE: "Nei," academic: Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club, A Rand, ll Band, intramurals, French Club historian, National Honor Society, Student Council, NBC: ambitionAlia,ppiness. EIVING, Ql'INl'Y: acaulemic: Latin Club: ambition-Navy. FARRAR, KATH- ERINE ANNE: general: FNAQ anxbitiongsecretary. FARRELL, JAYNE ELIZABETH: "Janie," counnerciul: Dance Club: ambition- happiness. FEIERTAG, PATRIVIA ANN: "Pat," general: Bible Club, FHA, Tri-Hi-Y: ambition-beautician. FERRARA, PHILIP JOSEPH: general. FI ELDS, VARULYN FAYE: general: homeroom secretary, home- room vice-president, Student Council, Sports days, intramurals, Tri-Hi-Y, beauty contest: anibitionw-model. FINK, XYILLIAM FRANCIS: "Bill," general: .IV football, .IV baseball, homeroom vice-president, Red Cross representative: ambition-armed forces. FISHMAN, BARRY STUART: academic: ambition4engineer. FLEISHELL, DOLORES JOANNE: com- mercial: Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club, music revue, Y-Teens, FHA, Music Club secretary: ambitionfsecretary. FLETCHER, EVELYN LORRAINE: "Fleteli." commercial: Tri-Hi-Y, Rifle Club, intramurals, sports days, Pep Club treasurer, bowling league, Circle N vice-president: ambitionvphysi- cal education teacher. Barry Fishman Dolores Fleishell Evelyn Fletcher ?' Norma Fletcher Rosetta Fletcher Phyllis lfliss in competition suggested our outstanding talents FIiE'I'CHI'IR, NOIUIA JEAN: gem-l'zil: Tri-lli Y, lied Cross i't-piwisvlitutiw-, Ride Club, sports days, iiitrainiirals: ambition clerical office work. l+'LE'I'CHER, ROSE'I"I'A: "Rose," gl'll1'l'2ll: Glee Club: ambition - III1lI'l'lZl.f!.'f'. FIIISS, I'HYLLlS: gi-114-ml: zimbition-f-sc-1'1'etary. FLOYD, ERROL: aca- demic: A Rand president, l'ep Band president, Dance Band president: am- bition--musician. FLYNT, NIARIANNA LEXYIS: ronnm-rcial: Tri-Ili-Y, A Cappella Choir, Music Club, Library Club, Pep Club: ambition-- certified public accountant. FOGARTY, I'IIILLlI': acaulcniic: play tournament, Hi- Y, NBC, soccer: ambition4lawyer. FOO'l'E, ROBERT ALLEN: general: hillbilly band: ambition--Air Force. FORD, DAVID, "Dave," zlczulenlicg Art Club treasurer: ambition- college. FOSTER, HAROLD XY.: "Buck," general: lli-Y: ambition' engineer. FOX, MICHAEL: "Mike," general: varsity basketball: ambition-nicclizlnic. FRANKLIN, GEORGE: com- mercial: .IV basketball. .IV baseball: ambitionfsucr-ess, FREXV. JAMES DENNIS: academic: Latin Club: ambition-success. FRIEDEMAN, SHIR- LEY YIRGINIA "Sbi1'l," general: homeroom secretary, Gymkana vice- president, sports days. intrainurals, Art Club historian, Y-Teens, Pep Club, beauty contest, Circle flag twirler, bowling league, Tri-Hi-Y: ambition gphysical education teaclier. FYXK, CHARLES: "Butch," acaulcnlicg A Baud, JV football, .IV wrestling, JV baseball, Varsity football, Varsity base- ball, Varsity wrestling, Ili-Y president, N Club: ambitionvcollege. Michael Fox George Franklin james Frew Q at 7' jf lifml l"lUY4l Marianna Flynt C Phillip Fogarty Robert Foote Q.. U H if ' - , 4 L , Af 12:1 i ,' 1 f ' X F it O 'I N LP ' I' , .. X ' David Ford Harold Foster Sliirley Fricdcman Q-harlcg Funk I :Qi A f'- 'Oi , l 2 P' it fm R L Y' Nina Uiridlcspcrger Barbara Gicaton fl. Romona Goiiwas Paul Grass -'Fi ' Clk i 0 A 1,31 Q2 Martha Goodall Donald Gray 1 ' Q. 'TN . Ax! "1-El xr Z 3 '71 5 r .t 5 f 5 5 2 4 2 5' 9 O 3 2. 1' rn 1: U7 o 'N o c W O ft S E' ZZ. QT Q A 3 5 3 -- 3 to o- SR S' H N 5 H- 3 -fig? 610 fb " " .ff 3 Q .ffl Wifriii . 1 FVSCO, JOHN: aeaulelnie: .IV football, golf: ambition-test pilot. GATICLY, SALLY JANE: "Sal," eommereialg Tri-Hi-Y president, Tri-Hi-Y 1-liapluiu. Student Couneil, bowling league. Pep Club, sports days, intra- muruls, National Honor Society, Business Honor Society treasurer, Circle "NH: ambition---pliysival education tear-her. GIDDINGS, CONSTANCE: "Connie," eonnnereiul: Rifie Team: ambitionA-secretary. GILL, CHARLES: general. Gllllf, DVANE DENNIS: 'iGillis," academic: home- room president, tra:-k. Varsity football, junior class president, senior 1-luss president, N Club. Nutionul Honor Society: ambition-engineering. 1SlNlDl,l'ISl'l+IRGlGR, NINA: ueaulemie: sophomore c-lass treasurer, Latin Club, Tri-Hi-Y treasurer, Pep Club, Circle National Honor Society, Student Count-il, FTA: ambition-f teaeher. GLEATUN, DARRARA ANN: gjenerul: ambition ofiiee work, GOLHYAS, ROMONA: "Ronnie," com- mereiul: Tri-Hi-Y, intramurals. Gynlkanu, music revue: ambition-pro- fessional dancer. GUDDALL, MARTHA ANN: "Marty," academic: FNA: ambition business. GRASSO, I'Al'I, JOHN: general: homeroom vice- president. Varsity football. GRAY, DONALD E.: "XVhitey," general: A Band drum major, bowling league: umbitionAc-ollege. GRAY, JOSEPH: "Joe," general: ambition- Navy, 1-IRIGICN, ANNE RIDGEXVAY: "Annie," znemlemie: sports days, intramurzils, Tri-Ili-Y, beauty Contest, homeroom seeretziry, Y-Teens ehaplain, Y-Teens treasurer, Latin Club, Pep Club, ofliee, National Honor Soeiety purliamentarian, Thespians, NLT, Play tournament. senior class play, Cirele "N" treasurer: ambition-college. GRIFI-'ITH, J. DAVID: nezulennie: Iii-Sei, A Rand, track: ambition-W eivil engineer. joseph Gray Anne Cin-gn john Grifhtli QQ L 4:- k .x 3. ,' Q-4 -22' L 5' Shelby Groves janet Grow ,loscpb Guimann Qailyn qgwin Fred H335 typified the superiority of our athletes. GROYES, SHELBY: zu-all:-iiiiv: Pep Club, FNA. 'Fri-lli-Y: ambition- teacher. GROXY, JANET: gc-iieral: ambition' te-leplione operator. fiI"l'- 5. MANN, JOSEPH, JR.: "Joe," zu-zulvinic: ninbition f-engineer. GWIN, 5 GAILYN AMES: "Gay," zu-zulu-niir: fifllllillllil. lu-:ld lllZljOl'f'lit', A Cappella Choir treasurer, Student Counril parlizunentnrian, NBC, Tliespians, NLT, music revue, play tournament, sm-nior class bistorinn: ambition-finusiral fi comedy singer. HAAS, FRED P.: ggi-lwml: unibitioii--ffrollege. HAGEAGE, .4 ., 4 - X, NANCY HELEN: "Nancy" urmlvfmim-: Tri-lli-Y president, homeroom - 'iv tl'EHSlll'91', Latin Club, Pep Club, illll'Z1llllll'2-llS, A Cappella Choir, beauty . 5 I contest, sports day, Circle "N," flag: twirlerg anibition--college. HALLE. ROSE: "Robbie," zwzulviliiv: inusii' revue, Mvxivziii Exvhange Club sevre- Nancy Hageagu Rose Halle tary: ainbition-vollege. HALLE, STANLEY SPENCER: "Stan." gc-iwral: ainbition4Navy, HAMILTON, JAMES: nmuli-ini1'. HARDESTY, DAVID: "Dave," zwacls-niit-: A Rand, bowling league. sow-vi': Zllllllll,lOIlff'lljJQlllG'Pl'lIlK. HARIDIN, PATRICIA ANNE: "Pat," l'OllllllCI'C'i2ll2 bowling: league: ambition -Secretary. HARRINGTON, CAROL ANN: "Cookie," 4-oliiim-rviul: am- bition--'-n1a1'ria5:e. HARRIS, MARY ANN: l'Ollllll1'I'1'i2!l2 Tri-lli-Y, Pep Club: ambition-typist. HARRISON, JOYCE LEE: COll1I!ll'l'K'i1llZ Pep Club, Gyinkana: ambition-secretary. Stanley Halle james Hamilton Ilgvid Hardg-5gy PM,-igia Haydin Carol Harrington Mary Harris joycc l.ec Harrison fx ,, Bury Hanley Bernard Harvcv Diana Hemey Ann Henderson ,- 3 fb f 5 f , Aff, x -ff' ll Carolyn Herbert Patricia Hershberger .ll-'dllh Hickox Dolores Hiraffcr 'J' '. I . s - if, ' . 5-Q' 'fi 3 v. BffU".l0 Haut Albert Hcidcr Mary Heilman Hurried preparations for term papers and exams HARTILEY, BETTY I.0l': "Lou," academic: Tri-Hi-Y, intramurals, Art Club. French Club, Pep Club, play tournament, NLT: ambition-com- mercial artist. HARVEY, BERNARD: "Bernie," general: ambition- teacher. HAl'T, BETTY-JO: "Betsy," general: bowling league: ambition -4-bookkceper. HEIDI-IR, ALBERT: gcncrnl. HEILMAN, MARY LOU: commercial: Music Club historian. Pep Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Girls Chorus, FTA, Y-Teens: ambitionetcacher. HEMEY, DIANA ELIZABETH: "Dee," au-arh-mic: Music Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Caterers Club, Art Club, Y-Teens, French Club: ambition-happiness. HENDERSON, ANN: commercial: ambition - secretary. HERBERT, CAROLYN PEARSON: "Herbie," academic: Tri-Hi-Y secretary, Pep Club, homeroom secretary, FHA, National Honor Society, intramurals, office, Mexican Exchange Club, A Band, B Band, French Club, beauty contest, play tournament, Red Cross representative: ambition-college. HERSHRERGER, PATRICIA LEE: "Pat," academic: Tri-Hi-Y, National Honor Society, Gymkana, Pep Club, B Band, majorette: ambitionicollege, HICKUX, .Il'DITH LYNNE: "Judy," commercial: Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club, Y-Teens: ambitionvsecretary. HITAFFER, DOLDRES ANN: "Dee," commcrcial: Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens, Pep Club: am- bition-secretary. HODIAK, I'Al'L: acadcmic: homeroom president, homeroom vice-president, Varsity wrestling co-captain, Hi-Y, senior class vice-president, junior class vice-president: ambition-engineer. HOFF- NIANN, HELEN ELIZABETH: "Betsy," aczulcmic: FNA, Tri-Hi-Y, National Honor Society, Pep Club, A Band, homeroom vice-president, NLT: ambi- tion-registered nurse. HOLDER, THOMAS C.: "Tom," general: ambi- tion-college. Helen Hoffmann Thomas Holder Paul Hodiak 9. Y ,nn .fm Q" ,, I 2 gf vi- , A x , , 1-al it 3. X. i I, Carol Hollaml Gary Hoscv Donald liotclikiss ,lean Hunt ln-:wx Bfwrly' llml-'slioltlur exposed our scholastic obilities and industry A ,f HOLLAND, CAROL: "Pat," commercial: Art Club president, secretary, Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club: ambition-field of art and fashion. HOSEY, GARY: 'A' , academic: 4-H, lli-Y, National Honor Society: ambition-engineering. r fi :sa HOTFHKISS, DONALD N.: "Hotch," academic: JV football, JV baseball, nf' Varsity baseball manager, Varsity football, Student Council treasurer, homeroom treasurer, N Club: ambition-dairy farmer. HOUCHENS, , -5, JEAN M.: commercial: ambition-marriage. HOVSEHOLDER, BEVERLY V r MARLENE: commercial: Dance Club: ambition-physical therapist. HUDDLESTON, THOMAS JEFFERSON: "Tuck," academic: Student Coun- H " 3 cil, .IV baseball, .IV basketball, homeroom president. homeroom vice- ' ' , president, Varsity baseball, Hi-Y, N Club: ambition-college. HUNSAKER, LINDA: "Linny," academic: Hi-Sci, Tri-Hi-Y, Art Club vice-president, Music Club, Pep Club: ambition-interior decorator. HUSSMANN, JYDY: general: ambitionfsecretary. HYTSLER, MELISSA: commercial: Busi- ness Honor Society, Caterers Club, Y-Teens: ambition-secretary. Hl'T- TON, BARBARA G.: "Bozey," general: Library Club: ambition-telephone operator. HYATT, ETHEL LEE: "Lee," commercial: Tri-Hi-Y, Business Honor Society: ambition-Aprivate secretary. IRWIN, MARY Sl'SAN: "Sue," academic: play tournament, Latin Club, Latin Honor Society, Tri- Hi-Y, FNA treasurer, Pep Club, Thespians secretary, A Cappella Choir, NLT, Circle "N" secretary: ambition-nurse. IRXVIN, SARAH: academic: Tri-Hi-Y, Latin Club, A Cappella Choir, Art Club treasurer, vice-president. Latin Honor Society, Thespians vice-president. Circle NLT, play tournament: ambition-success. JACKSON, WILLARD D.: "Willie," general. Barbara Hutton Ethel Hyatt Mary Irwin Thomas Huidlcston Linda Humalxtr fs 9 Judy Hussn tn Melissa Huulcr Sarah Irwin XY'iIl.ard jackson am. 'iff Gretchen j.md.x C lmrlcs jenkins .1 . 'Q Ronald Johnson I , D nv. x 'X qs., Anntbnllc onu BVUKC 0999 Dnnc rms ml " L unfair T- -Q-4 A . Ronald Johnston E5- ,x A. ., , r i 1 fx, f :fi B- Q-v S.nnlr.i johns ,lumnim Ilolmxon Yvonne ,lolinxun Deserved fame of our winning wrestling team J.-INDA, GRETCHEN ANN: "Ann," academic: A Cappella Choir, National Honor Society, oflicc, Pep Club, Latin Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, music revue, Tri-Hi-Y, NBC, " '57 Compass": ambition-college. JENKINS, CHARLES: "Jenks," academic: 4-H, Latin Club, N Club, Hi-Y, soccer: ambition-Marine Corps officer. JOHNS, SANDRA LEE: "Sandy," commercial: Pep Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens, FNA, senior class play: ambi- tion!-private secretary. JOHNSON, JFANITA MARGARET: ".l.J.," aca- demic: A Band, Tri-Hi-Y treasurer, National Honor Society, FTA president, Latin Club, Pep Club secretary, Student Council, Red Cross representative: ambition-teacher. JOHNSON, YVONNE: academic: homeroom treasurer, Tri-Hi-Y, Dance Club, FNA, music revue, Y-Teens: ambition-happiness. JOHNSTON, RICHARD: academic. JOHNSTON, RONALD: "Whitey," academic: Latin Club, NBC, Tliespians: ambition-communications. JONES, ANNABELL LEE: "Ann," academic: Latin Club, Tri-Hi-Y, play tournament. Thespians, bowling league, intramurals, sports days, Circle "N", homeroom treasurer, homeroom secretary, Pep Club, French Club, NLT, flag twirler: ambition-success. JONES, BRUCE KIRK: "Jonesie," academic: 4-H, " '57 Compass"g ambition-mechanic. JONES, DIANE: general: ambition-business school. JONES, JAMES VV.: "Reds," "Jimmy," general: track, Hi-Y: ambition-success. JFBANE, WVILLIAM RUFINO: "Bill," general: A Band, Gymkana Varsity football manager: armed forces Il DKINS I ANIRPNCI1 HXATT JR.: "Larry," ambition academic' bowling league Student Council Latin Honor Society: ambition IIPNIJIANN Pill GORDON Bing general: Student doctor Council bowling league ambition college ullx n1 luhaue Iawrtmc udluns Piul unncmmn L- cf ' .1 'W 1: Q nn... 5 l Xl ll A Q A X Qu' . 5 Hx! K i L. ' ' f" C .-.. .. i 7 v f V, fl: I., 2 A U-will K-'iw' .I-Wk KJV Manley Kcpimrt ,IC-Ill KCFIH Kathleen Kerr exemplified the admiration for our teams. KAISER, DAVID Ll-IE: "Davy," academic: Varsity football, wrestling co- captain, track, Gymkana, N Club president, Hi-Y treasurer: ambition! college. KATZ, JACK: "Gil," academic: ambition-engineering. KEI'- HART, STANLEY HOLMES: academic: A Cappella Choir, Chess Club, Nor'wester reporter: ambition-minister. KERNS, JEAN JOY: "Joy," commercial: homeroom secretary. bowling league, Dance Club: ambition- secretary. KERR, KATHLEEN DALE: "Kathy," general: homeroom treasurer, beauty contest Queen, Pep Club, Dance Club, Photography Club, NLT, intramurals, sports days, bowling: league: ambition-stenographer. KESSLER, JAMES: "Butch," academic: ambition-college. KILLIAN, KATHRYN JOAN: "Kitty," academic: beauty contest, FNA, FHA, NLT, Latin Club, Red Cross representative, Caterers Club, Bible Club, home- room secretary: ambition-religious education. KING, DONNA JEAN: academic: A Band, Tri-Hi-Y, Latin Honor Society, National Honor Society. FNA, Hi-Sci, Latin Club: ambition-college. KING, GEORGE: general: ambition-radio and television technician. KING, KYLI-I LEE: general: ambition--mill operator. KING, MATRICIA: "Mickey," commercial: Caterers Club: ambition-secretary. KING, PATRICIA: "Pat," commer- cial: Caterers Club: ambition-secretary. KITCHEN, KAY ANN: "Kitch," general: Bible Club: ambition4secretary. KNIGHT, l'Al'L MILTON: general: ambition--college. Kyla- I-Qing Matricia King: Patricia Kinq 1353. 'A- GE ' Q. G' I , o janics Kcssicr Kathryn Killian Donna Kim: George Kim: Kay Kitchen Paul Knight N. -it . ' Que" , - . , 1- Q ,ye . , 0' -49. is fo llavid Knuppcl 4., 4-L , A, X 5 .,, - x 4. 'x 'fi A Leonard Kragh if Larry Lirinmrc Iidward Lawless ,. 1 ri Carol K norr N5 Pete Labarbcra John I.zucr Barbara lawyer Um., K . frmnw, KNOX lane Knox Roger Kooncc Success of the Iona-awaited Music Revue KNOPPEL, DAVID E.: "Dave," general: Hi-Y: ambition-electrician. KNORR, CAROL MAE: "Carol," acmlcnlic: Tri-Hi-Y, Art Club: ambition- ff college. KNOX, FRANCES: "Fran," commercial: Tri-Hi-Y, bowling league, National Honor Society, Business Honor Society: ambition- college. KNOX, LANE: academic: ambition-teacher. KOONCE, ROGER: "Rod." academic: Student Council president, play tournament Latin Club president, Thespians, NBC. A Cappella Choir, Art Club: ambi- tion-radio and television broadcasting. KRAGH, LEONARD: "Len," commercial: Music Club, A Band treasurer. Pep Band. Hi-Y: ambition- certified public accountant. LABARHERA, PETE: "Joe," general: ambi- tion-butcher. LARIMORE, LARRY: "Buddy," academic: JV baseball, Varsity baseball, Red Cross representative, homeroom vice-president, Hi-Y: ambition-college. LAYER, JOHN N.: academic: homeroom president, JV basketball, JV baseball, Varsity basketball, N Club, Student Council: ambition-engineering. LAWLESS, EIWVARD: JV football, track, Music Club, N Club. LAWYER, BARBARA: "Bobbie," commercial: FNA, Caterers Club, Tri-Hi-Y, FHA, oiiiceg ambition-home economics teacher. LEBOXVITZ, FREDA: academic: homeroom treasurer, FNA, Latin Club, Latin Newspaper staff, "Compass" business and advertising manager: am- bitionkretailing, LI, SICHI: "Satch:"acade1nic: ambition-college. LI, SI-Jl': academic: Hi-Sci, sophomore class secretary, Student Council, Photography Club vice-president, Library Club vice-president, secretary, FNA secretary, vice-president, Tri-Hi-Y secretary, Circle "N," homeroom vice-president, treasurer, National Honor Society secretary: ambition- doctor. Freda Lebowitz Sichi li Si-lu Li it 1 -ms- Q Q? Nlanics limistroiii XYilli.1n1 lincwtn r Cl.iutii.l lingnfcil revued our varied talents and entertaining abilities LINDSTROM, JAMES NOBLE: "Links," "Jimbo," aeatleniic: Hi-Y, Varsity football. JV basketball, Varsity baseball, "Nor'wester" sports editor, N Club, National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll vice-president, Varsity bas- ketball: ambitionieollege. LINI-lM'EAYER, IVILLIAM: "Wilyum," acu- demic: A Band, dance band, pep band, homeroom president: ambitionf research chemist. LINGAFELT, FLAFDIA: uc-admnit-: play tournament. NBC, Latin Club, National Honor Society, NLTQ ambition-A writer. LIZER, -I0 ANN MARIE: general. LOMIIARIDI, LEO ANDREXV3 "Lee," ava- demlc: ambition-chemist. LOWE, JAMES IXLAKELY: "Jimmy," nca- demic: ambition-engineer. LOYD, FRANFIS GLENNON: general: JV football, homeroom secretary: ambition-college. MALONEY, SANDRA: "Theresa," commercial: ambition-secretary. MANVEL. PATRICIA: "Pat," academic: Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club, Latin Club, Hi-Sri, Art Club, Music Club president: ambition-artist. MARSIIEN, ALMA CATHARINE: commercial: ambition-teacher. MARSDEN, MIFHAI-IL A.: "Mike," academic: ambition-success, MARTIN, DELMA: commercial: ambition -private secretary. MARTIN, MARGARET LORRAINE: "Bootsie," general: ambition-nursing. MARTIN, NANPIE: "Nan," general: ambi- tion-model. Alma Marsden Miclmcl M,irxdcn lit-ima Nidfllll 3. lo.inn lilcr C5 Janics I.owc Ju, - i 6 n ,fig C -1, l ,V Sandra Malonuy M.irg.irt'l Martin I co lumbfirtii i'r.intis lord l l'.itrltl.1 'Nhnuu Nanric Ai.lI'llI1 T7 Riclmrti Xhrlmi QP' IJIIICN Niclrraw .6 Uinaii N'CN1IH.ll1 ll.1inc XILYI-.irry I -f I ixirlicrum' Niaxi joan Kit kt-ou n Thelma McNeill Ray' Xicaiiusu -'F-'S pt , f' . 3 5 h Q S," f .7 ' l ' f K I 1,1 .,-' Nancy Xidknibirili Hclcu Nicllmmlii NLIFQJFCI Niclirauc Performance of new found actors in the Senior Ploy MARTON, RICHARD: "Rich," commercial: ambitionvsuccess. MASI, KATHERINE: "Kathy," general: Glee Club: ambition-receptionist. McCl'RBlN, NANCY LOC: general: Library Club: ambitionvmarriage. McDONAI1D, HELEN JOY: "Joy," academic: intramurals, sports days, Pep Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Rifle Team. NLT, homeroom vice-president: ambition -college. MNSRANE, MARGARET KATHLEEN: "Peggy," commercial: ambition-secretary. McGRAXV, J. MICHAEL: "Mike," academic: home- room secretary, treasurer: ambitiongsuccess. McKEOXVN, JOAN EVELYN: "Bunnie," academic: intramurals, Pep Club, Tri-Hi-Y, FHA, Bible Club, National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, Exchange Club, Student Council, " '57 Compass": ambition-college. McMlLLAN, DINAH: academic: Latin Club, FNA, A Band, Exchange Club, French Club secre- tary, National Honor Society, Bible Club: ambition+surgical nurse. McNEILIr, THELMA ELAINE: "Elaine," academic: majorette co-captain, Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens, Gymkana, Pep Club, NBC, NLT, Dramatics class play, "Uncle Harry." play tournament, Thespians, office, Student Council, sports days, intramurals, homeroom secretary: ambition-success. MCVEARRY, ELAINE MONEMA: academic: Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club: ambition-secretary. MEADOKVS, RAY XVILLIAM: "Bill," general: ambition-V. S. Navy. MEINHARDT, JOYCE ACDREY: academic: ambitionfcollege. ISIENDEL CHARLES LOUIS: "Bucky," academic: ambitiongautomobile designer. MENDENHALL, ARTHUR CI'RTlS: "Art," general: ambition-printer. klnxigg Xigmhgfdr L lmrlcq MUNI,-I Arthur Nicnricnhall , 'Q 'UK 1 5 xxlllldlll XICIHICI l,.lKll xlCll Nancy Xlultiluioii displayed the versatility of all our students MENTZER, XYILLIAM RIFHARIP, JR.: "Bill," zu-udcinicg JV football, track, homeroom president, National llonor Society president, Varsity football, anibition-engineer. MICTZ, I'AI'L: "Nicholi." gc-ncrulg ambi- tion-barber. MIDIDLETON, NANCY SLE: "Nant-," gem-rulg music revue, Student Council, Red Cross representative, Girls Chorus, Glee Club, intra- inurals. sports days, Tri-Ili-Y, ambition-medical receptionist. MILES, HOWARD: acacleniicg Hi-Y president, Latin Club, 4-ll, Hi-Sci presidentg ambition-engineer. MILES, KATHRYN IDELORESQ "Kathy," com- mercial: intramurals, beauty contest, Caterers Club, Pep Club, bowling league, senior class play, ambition-secretary. MILLS, CAROL MARIE: conunercialg National Honor Society, Business Honor Society, ambition- secretary. MOORE, l'A'llRlt'IA ANNE: "Pat," au-zulcmicg bowling league, NLT, ambition-happiness. MORELAND, BERTHA JEAN: general: Tri- Hi-Yg ambitionvmarriage. MORGAN, MARY ANNETTE: general: ambi- tion-marriage. MORGAN, NANCY, "I'okey," uczulcmicg Tri-Hi-Y, Bible Club vice-president, music revue, play tournament, Thespians, senior class play, French Club, A Band, dance band, intramurals, Y-Teens: ambition- teacher. MULLER, RICHARD: "Richie," general: homeroom vice-presi- dentg ambition-draftsnian. Ml'RIlOl'H, RICHARD DORSEY: "Dick," ucadeniicg Ili-Y, Gylnkana. 4-Hg ainbition-archaeologist. MI'Rl'HY, UAROLYN BEATRICE: "Murphy," commercial: Gymkana, intramurals. sports days: ambition-secretary, MFRRAY, FHARLESQ "Charlie," aca- demic: ambition-radio-TV technician. N,mgy M,1rg,-it Rul1.u'nl Mull-Ji' Rlflmrd Nlurdo-,li RQSA ,.. al Z' ' Howard Miles ,. A -. . ' K A i l IJ 5 f '- F xx . 'T 'L , ' xii- : '35 six? 1' -,Q 'f'f1f.' 4. '- -. -. Jifv--"i ' , 4223 1: 'f' . -"fFf " . v - ' gf. 1: - ta 1- Carol Hills A-I 'x ' l li Bcrtlu Nlorclixisi Carolyn Murplix EX Kathryn Miles liltriua Nloort -uv Mary Morgan 4 lurlcs Nlurru 1, . ff' Linda Murray james Noe Klarlcnu Murrax 1- f vi' in ,i i O i' john Norman Thomas Norris Judith O'Bricn 3 Susan North Mary OT onncll .95 1 ,,. , -sg-W x P 19' K 4 l , ii 5, A i llaxnl Myers Inari Nisers llcuy Nan Enthusiastic cheering of the crowd ot All NW. night MYRRAY, LINDA ANN: "Lin," connnereial: Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens, Pep Club, music revue, Student Council, NBC. National Honor Society, " '57 Com- pass," senior class play, bowling league, intramurals, play tournament: ambition-medical secretary. MURRAY, MARLENE MAE: "Mar," aca- demic: Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club, FHA. FNA. NBC, NLT, A Band, National Honor Society, senior class play, play tournament, Thespians, Student Council: ambition-suecess. MYERS, DAVID ALLEN: "Dave," academic: ambition-engineer. MYERS, EARL: general: ambition-success. NAU, BETTY ANN: general: Latin Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club, NLT: ambition- singer. NOE, JAMES E.: "lluddy." aczulemic: Student Council, French Club treasurer, vice-president, soccer, Bible Club: ambition-USAF pilot or aeronautical engineer. NORMAN, JOHN THOMAS: "Johnny," aca- demic: .IV football. .IV basketball: Varsity basketball, Bible Club, A Cappella Choir, National Honor Society, Glee Club, homeroom president, secretary, Hi-Sci: ambition-medical doctor. NORRIS, THOMAS: "Tom," academic: Student Council: ambition-college. NORTH, SFSAN LYDIA: "Suzy Q," academic: FNA, Bible Club: ambition-Air Force flight nurse. O'BRlEN, Jl'DITH ANN: "Judy," commercial: Tri-Hi-Y, Dance Club, Glee Club, Pep Club, bowling league, senior class play, intramurals, sports days. homeroom treasurer: ambition--secretary. O'C'ONNELL, MARY ELLEN' "Murphy," general: Tri-Hi-Y. Rifle Club, Pep Club, FNA, bowling league senior class play, intramurals, sports days: ambition-nurse. O'HARE JAMES: "Jim," zwadeinic: .IV football, Hi-Y, Varsity football: ambition- v v engineer. OLIVER, MARY ANN: commercial: ambition-secretary. OLIVER, I'Al'L ROBERT: "Bob," ueudemic: Latin Club: ambition- aeronautical engineer. ,Innes O'H.1rc Mary Oliver Paul Oliver ..,,,,j1- -fi , is-f" 'ri' - qs S. A - ,N . R ,. as ' wr if 3 X . . If I i Diane Onsgartl Thomas U'Rc1lly james Orlando showed our typical school spirit ONSGARD, DIANE IRENE: "Di," academic: Pep Club, Latin Club, Tri- Hi-Y, Y-Teens, Circle FNA, NLT. NBC, Red Cross representative, beauty contest, National Honor Society, Thespians, flag twirler, play tournament: ambition-physical therapist or physical education teacher. O'RElLLY, THOMAS P.: "Tommy," academic: ambition--aeronautical engineer. ORLANDO, JAMES EDWARD: "Jimmy," academic: Rifle Club, track, French Club: ambition-USAF pilot and aeronautical engineer. O'I'I'EY, MARY: commercial: Tri-Hi-Y, homeroom secretary, Red Cross representative: ambitionvsecretary. PADGETT, MARCIA RAE: "Mar- cia.,"commercial: intramurals, sports days: ambition-secretary. PAR- KER, MARY LOl'ISE: academic: Hi-Sci, Pep Club, homeroom secretary: ambition-physical therapist. PARRISH, BRENDA: "Bren," commercial: Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens, Hi-Sci, Pep Club, Music Club, intramurals, National Honor Society: ambition-secretary. PATTERSON, NANCY: general: ambition---success. PAXTON, KATHERINE: "Kathy," general: Girls Chorus: ambition-secretary. PAYNE, JOHN: "Tony," general: ambi- tibn-Navy. PENNINGTON. HERBERT: "Buzz," general: ambition- Navy, l'FLl'GER, EYALYN ELAINE: "Elaine," academic: intramurals, Dance Club. Student Council, Tri-Hi-Y, bowling league: ambition-success and happiness. POST, CHARLES CONRAD: "Chuck," academic: JV foot- ball, Varsity football, Varsity baseball, Varsity basketball. music revue, N Club, Thespians president, National Honor Society, Hi-Y, NBC sports- caster. play tournament director: ambition-civil engineering. POXVERS, ELIZABETH: "Betty," academic: Tri-Hi-Y, National Honor Society, Bible Club, Pep Club, FNA, FTA, intramurals: ambition-physical therapist john Payne Herbert Pennington Filirw Pflllgff .Q ' N Mary fllltlf' . ,N shq 1- f I 1 . Mary Parker Q .ff Nancy Patterson Charles Post 65" 4 Marcia Padgett " 1- 7 an s I Brenda Parrish 4 v is. X.. I Katherine Paxton I7 lilabcth Powers ' x G- 'X I l Nlarllu Vout: . A' l .1 x K l. George ll .1 lucy' P X Rod ncy Proctor 15 2 M- 4 it :KE l ' Suu Ramsburg ' F ls lx I 'Q ?'vx ,,f ff ,f Stull Ray Nlnry Rumi Immcs Ruud flurlcs RClCIlCIl -wl, v ' jv ' 4. 'i aja- L , Xxvlllhllll l'ruacl1 lrctia I'lll'Nnlllllll lS.nrrx Quadc Confidence placed in our closs officers POXYERS, MARTHA ANN: general: Caterers Club, ambition-marriage. PROCTOR, RUDNEY GAY: academic: ambition-success. PRUSCH, XX'lliLl.-ISI S'l'ANl.lfIYg "Bill," ncaulclllicg ambition'---engineer. l'l'RSf'H- WITZ, FREDAQ cmmnercialg homeroom vice-president. National Honor Society, Business Honor Society, ambition-success. QYADE, BARRY: gem-rul: homeroom president, Hi-Y, Rifle Club treasurer: ambition-Navy. RADEY, GEORGE ALFRED, JR.: academic: A Rand assistant drum major, ll Band. Rifle Club vice-president, NRC, I'l1otof.:l'apl1y Clubg ambi- tioniAir Force Academy and jet pilot. RAMSDYRG, SCE LYNNQ aca- demic: Tri-lli-Y vice-president, FHA, Gymkana, Pep Club, sports days, intramurals. music revue. junior class historian, Student Council, A Cap- pella Choir, Latin Club, homeroom secretary, Red Cross representative. NLT, FTA, play tournament, Tliespians, National Honor Society, Circle cheerleader, ambition-success. RAY, SCOTT JOSEPH: ncadcnlicg A Rand, NBC, tlymkana, NLT, Tbespians, A Cappella Choir, music revue director. National Honor Societyg ambition-TV or musical comedy. REANIY. MARY N.-KRCISSISQ "Ream," cmnme-rciul: Student Council, intra- murals. Dance Club, bowling league. Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club. Y-Teens, Band secretary, ambition-success. REED, JAMES, ncmlcnnicg ambition- engineering. REICHELT, CHARLES J.: "Charlie," zu-ndmnicg intra- murals. bowling: league, Red Cross representative: ambition--college. REILLY, IAWRENlfl'I: "Lee," acmlcmic: intramuralsg ambition-electrb cal engineer. REYNOLDS, IRIS, academic: Music Club, Bible Club, Li- brary Club, ambition-archeoloflist. REYNOLDS. JAMES DAVID: "Jim," aczulcmic: Varsity footballg ambition-college. lawrcnu: Reilly Iris Rcynolnix Inmcx Reynolds I -.. x ,SA . , , , , ,- ,f , V K.- t- , p RJ X ' ' If ' Xt 'Ex 0 -:,3 2 ' ' ,lf f 3 , ...q ,X -'.'....v. 1 .. lffal 1' ti' L E9 ,lui liilldlt- lmry liilcx' liuvnic liiillffllm exposed our willingness and ability to follow our leaders RIDDLE, JOY: general: homeroom treasurer, beauty rontest, FNAQ ambi- llOI1ffIlllI'SllljI. RILEY, GARY XYAYNIC: "lit-gi." :u'zulelnic': illlllllllfllli- lI.S.A.F. pilot. ROBERTS, RI-IRNIE: zwzulc-lnir: ambition-college. RORIEN, VHARIADTTIC: "Charlie," nczulviniv: FNA: ambition-nurse. RODRIGYICZ, CANDITAQ "Candy," coninu-rclul: A lland, li Rand, ambi- tion'-Suc-vess. RONCA, MARY KATHRYN3 "Mary," avadvnlicg Music' Club. musir' revue, A Rand serretary, play tournament: ambition--eollege. ROOS, DAYIDQ nwulmnicg ambition-vollege. ROTH, MIRIAMQ academic-3 FHA, Music' Club treasurer, Girls Chorus. A Cappella Choir, ambition- a stlwessfill tuarriuge. RO'I'RAMEIi, GAY l'Al'l,lNlCg voninwrviul: ambi- tion-housewife. ROWELL, GILLIAN MARY: "Gill," at-adeinleg Tri-Hi- Y, Pep Club, Art, Club secretary, French Club, intramuralsg ambition- rvommervial art. ROZIVER, DONALD: "Don," uc-zulvxnivg ambition-sports announcer. RYAN, BEVERLY: "Bev," arzulexnic: Tri-Ili-Y, Caterers Club lI'02lSlll'Cl', Y-Tee-nsg ambition-College. RYAN, THOMAS EARL: "Tommy," aczuleinic: ambition-air cadets. SADORYS, JEAN: "Jeannie," flC2l1lPlllil'Q National llouor Society, "Compass" Oo-editor, Quill and Scroll treasurer, NRC, otliw-, Girls Chorus, A Cappella Choir, Pep Club, Dance Club. Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, Student Council. .music revue, intramurals sport days, ambition-eollegze. Gillian Ruwell Donald Roliccr lluxcrlx Ryan '- I ,- Q2 Y 4 C lmrlottt- Rnlurn s .' Q. "' Q Yi s L l Mary Rong.: X. Nliriani Rmli Tlioniax Rx .in P-I Q ,ss 1.umlii.i liotliitgu 1 ary llaiicl Roo: i .ll Xi inn Riitmmfl .lf-W Nntlorus ei ' , 9 'ex B' 'If' 5 , Qt X Vlinifrcd Sanders Shirley Sargent Robert Schaefer MiCl'l30I Sflhlllll RHALCY 5ChWCiCkvrl if , l X I 55- 1 i ..z. Y Howard Scott Marjorie Scot! " 'bf , john Scully Steve Scsock ,- 7 6 N 1 I Wayne Scllin Yvonne Shapard Solemnity of our Baccalaureate service on June 16th SANDERS, XVINIFRED ANN: "Winnie," zwatle-niicg Y-Teens vit-e-president, president, Gyinkanai president, Student Counvil secretary, Tri-Hi-Y, majorette, homeroom secretary, Bible Club, play tournament, Uncle Harryg ambition-happiness. SJRGICNT, SHIRLEY Rl"l'Hg "Sarge," vomniervialg Red Cross representative, music revue, play tournament, Dance Club presi- dent. Gymkuna, V-Teens, Bible Club, intramurals, sports daysg ambition- liappiness. Sl'H.HfIl-'HIL ROl!lCR'l'g ncudmnivg A Band, Mexican Exchange Club: ambitioneengineer. SCHYLTZ, MICH.-Xl-II. EINVARD3 "Mike," aca- mlt-nilr: ai nbition -ffengineer. Sl'HXVl-IICIQERT, ROGER ALLEN: arudeniicg homeroom treasurer, president, Thespians, .IV football, Varsity football, ambition-f Flil agent. SCOTT, HOWARD Llfllflg general: ambition--Navy. St'OT'I', MAR-IORIE li.: "Scotty," avudeinit-3 Art Club, Library Club: am- bitionf-drziftsnian or art teacher. SCI'Ll.Y, JOHN FRANCIS: "Jack," general: ambition-armed forees, SELLIN, XVAYNIC G.: acadvinic: Latin Club, ll Band. A lland, soot-er team iiiaiiageit zimbition- engineer. SE- SOCK, STEVIG: gc-llc-ml: JV football, ambition-- millionaire. SHAPARD, YYONNE: zu':ul1-lnivg PNA, Tri-Hi-Y. Caterers Club, Rifle Club, "Noi"- westf-r"g ambition--rollege and secretarial school. SHEPHERD, MAR- GARET ANN: "Peggy," academic: Tri-Hi-Y chaplain, Pep Club. French Club historian, homeroom secretary, intramuralsg ambition-college. SHERBINE, ANDREXV5 "Andy," acadeniieg ambition-success. SHOE- NIAKI-ZR, KVAYNE: "Shoes," gem-ral: JV footballg ambition-radio and TV engineer. Margaret Shepherd Andrew Sherbinc Wayne Shoemaker K 1 -3. ' N X-r 1 f Rithartl Shorr Howard Silcott Donald Simmons indicated our serious approach to a new life SHORR, RIVHAIKIF: "Dick," academic: soccer. Chess Club: ambition- collegc. SILFOTT, HOWARD ALLEN LANNY: "Lan," 2N'1lIIl'lllII'Q JV baseball, homeroom vice-president, homeroom president, track. Gymkana: ambition-success. SIMMONS, DONALD: "Don," general: ambition- businessman. SIMMONS, EVNICE MILDRED: "Euny," academic: Bible Club treasurer, Bible Club president, FNA vice-president, FNA president, National llonor Society, bowling league. office, play tournament, music revue, homeroom vice-president, homeroom treasurer. senior class play, Circle Caterers Club, intramurals, cafeteria staff: ambition-mission- ary. SIMPSON, FRANCES DALE: "Dale," commercial: FNA: ambition- bookkeeper. SINK. BARBARA ANNE: "Barb," academic: Library Club, Caterers Club: ambition-model. SIPES, SUSAN: "Suzie," commercial: ambition-secretary. SLAYTON, SARAH ANN: "Sally," academic: Na- tional Honor Society, Clee Club, French Club, FHA, 4-H, music revue, Chess Club, Latin Honor Society, play tournament: ambition-college. SMITH, BARBARA ANNE: "Barb," commercial: Tri-I-Ii-Y, National Honor Society, FHA secretary: ambition-secretary. SMITH, BARBARA ELIZABETH: academic: Girls Chorus, Photography Club: ambition- college, SMITH, DONNA: commercial: Bible Club historian: ambition- private secretary. SMITH, ELIZABETH JANE: "Betty," academic: Tri- Hi-Y, Y-Teens, Pep Club, Gymkana, Caterers Club, Latin Club, FNA, intramurals, sports days, senior class play, play tournament, homeroom treasurer, music revue, Girls Chorus, bowling league, "'5T Compass"3 ambition-model. SMITH, KATHLEEN: "Pee Wee," commercial: ambi- tion-secretary. SMITH, PATRICK JEROME: "Smitty," academic: .IV baseball, golf. homeroom president, secretary, Hi-Y, Varsity football: am- bition-millionaire. Barbara E. Smith Donna Smith Elizabeth Smith lrunicv: Simmons Frances Simpson f "sg n Barbara Sinlf Carol Sipes - i i I if, Sally Slayton Barbara A. Smith Kathleen Smith Patrick Smith Thomas Smith xg! A. Elizabeth Stogdalc Thomas Sullivan Gary Sviinlt ff 1 . llaviil Staley 1 Stanley Suit 'lacquclyn Summers Richard lalhcrt Q-. l'r.ink Statler ,liner St. Clair Nlmrvin Steiner Recognition and joy of our graduation day SMITH, THOMAS EDWARD: ':Smitty," academic: Hi-Sci, Latin Club, Thespians, Glee Club president: ambition-paleontologist. STALEY, DAVID: "Dave," general: Student Council: ambition-grocery manager. STATLER, FRANK L.: academic: JV baseball: ambition-college. ST. CLAIR, JANET: academic: Art Club, NLT, FHA, French Club: ambition- college. STEINER, MARVIN: "Marv," acadeniic: soccer, N Club, Dance Hand: ambition-doctor. STOG'D.-ILE, ELIZABETH ANN: academic: Tri-Hi-Y, Hi-Sci, Art Club, Exchange Club, Music Club, Pep Club, Y-Teens, homeroom secretary, intramurals: ambition-airline stewardess. SUIT, STANLEY: general: 4-H: ambition-telephone company. SULLIVAN, THOMAS MICHAEL: general: ambition-success. SUMMERS, JACQUEQ LYN ELAINE: "Jackie," academic: Pep Club, bowling league, Dance Club, "Uncle Harry," NLT, senior class play, play tournament, Student Council, Tri-Hi-Y, "'5'I Compass" co-editor, National Honor Society, Thespians, NBC, A Cappella Choir, music revue, Quill and Scroll president, "Nor'- wester" staff: ambition-author and illustrator. SXVINK, GARY R.: "Stinkey," academic: A Band, Dance Band, Pep Band co-director: ambi- tion-engineer. TALBERT, RICHARD: "Dick," general: Mixed Chorus, Red Cross representative, Student Council, Music Club: ambition-million- aire. TARPLEY, PHILLII' H.: "Corkey," general: Red Cross representa- tive, A Band, Pep Band, homeroom vice-president: ambition--millionaire. TATSPAUGH, ELIZABETH LOFISE: "Betty," academic: sophomore class historian, Latin Club historian, National Honor Society, Thespians, FTA, A Band, Y-Teens, NLT, Pep Club Band secretary, homeroom president: ambitionfnurse. TAYLOR, DORIS: general: Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club: ambi- tion-secretary. Phillip Tarpley Elizabeth Tatspaugli Doris Taylor fb 3 Lynne Taylor Ctrolc 'llwtcrniin li-mul: lilxcurci climoxed the fulfillment of our high school education TAYLOR, LYNNE KYELCH: "Peanut," academic, Tri-Hi-Y, Latin Club president, Glee Club, A Cappella Choir, Hi-Sci, music revue, Dance Club, guidance office, Pep Club, FNA, Student Council vice-president, homeroom vice-president, National Honor Society, French Club, science fair, ambition -research scientist. TICSTEIRMAN, UAROLIC, academic, Latin Club, homeroom secretary, homeroom treasurer, FTA, " '57 Compass," Quill and Scroll, beauty contest, Red Cross representative, ambition-teacher. THEURET, BONNIE LEE, academic, Tri-Hi-Y, intramurals, sports days, National Honor Society, Thespians, Quill and Scroll secretary, "Nor'wester" editor, FTA historian, Music Club, Glee Club, play tournament, "Uncle Harry," French Club, NLT, music revue, ambition-advertising-jonrnal- ism. THOM, JOANNE, "Joni," academic, Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, A Band, B Band, guidance office, French Club, Thespians play tournament. senior class play, NLT, FHA, ambition-interior decorator. THOMAS, CHERYL, academic, Chess Club, French Club, FHA, ambition-college. THOMAS, FRED HENRY, general, .IV baseball, .IV basketball, ambition-Air Force. THOMPSON, XVILLIAM A., JR., "Bill." general, ambition-mechanical engineer. THOREN, VERNON, "Vern," academic, Latin Club, 4-H, Hi-Y, ambition-veterinarian. TIPTON, DON H., academic, Varsity wrestling. JV baseball, Varsity basketball, Varsity baseball, ambition-ncollepze. TORPEY, MARY, general, ambition-traveling. TRACY, ROBERT, "Bob," academic, track, Gynikana, ambition-commercial pilot. TRAVERS, CONSTANCE, "Connie," general, Tri-Hi-Y. Tip Toppers, cafe- teria, Rifle Club, FHA, Y-Teens, ambition-success. TROTTER, JAMES YVOODROVV, academic, drill team, Latin Club, National Honor Society. Mexican Exchange Club, A Cappella Choir, French Club, NBC, ambition- criminal lawyer. TYRELL, JUDITH ANN, "Judy," commercial, home- room treasurer, homeroom secretary, play tournament, ambition-clerk typist. Mary 'fm-pcy Robert Tracy Constance Tmvcrs L Iwunni' llmm gs JE. E , -9, . -XE --ex -x 1-- l rull 'l-l10lll.IS f gt Vernon Tliorcn james Trotter A if - K licryl 'l'lumms Q P ll 'x William Thompson .1 D Donald Tipton .Iudirh Tyrcll L I 1 1 X Louis Van Gemert Barbara Vcnemann john Volcmim Isabelle Wahl Alice Wallis f. Satisfaction and confidence in ourselves VAN GEMERT, LOUIS: general. VENEMANN, BARBARA: academic: Rifle Club, intramurals, Gymkana: ambition-success. VOLENTINE, JOHN, JR.: academic: track, Varsity baseball: ambition-civil engineer- ing. WAI-IL, ISABELLE: general: Tri-Hi-Y: ambition-happiness. hot rod driver. VVARD, ELXVOOD LEE: "Smiley," general: ambition- teacher. WVAYS, FRANK LYLE: "Frank," academic: homeroom treasurer, homeroom president, Hi-Y: ambition-mechanical engineer. VVEETMAN, Donald Wallm Mace Walton MARGUERITE SUE: general: Cafeteria Club president, Photography Club secretary, Dance Club, Thespians, Pep Club, play tournament, senior class play, Y-Teens: ambition-marriage. XVEISS, BARBARA JOAN: "Bobbi," success. VYELLS, SYLVIA: academic: ambition-tap dancer. WI-IINNIE, 7 r tion-private secretary. Elwood W'arcl Frank W':lys Marguerite W'eetman Barbara Vfeiss jay W'clcli Sylvia Wells Barbara W'l'iinnic is I XVALLIS, ALICE: academic: "'57 Compass," Quill and Scroll: ambition- textiles. KVALTERS, DON EUGENE: general: Glee Club: ambition- government. WALTON, MACE E.: general: Varsity baseball: ambition- general: ambition-housewife. XVELCH. JAY: general: ambition- BARBARA JEAN: commercial: homeroom secretary, music revue: ambi- jcanne White Robert W'bitc Carla Wilkerson Barbara Williams Fred Vfilliamson marked the yeor's end and the beginning of o new tomorrow WHITE, JEANNE LAFRAINE, "Jeannie," commercial, homeroom presi- dent, homeroom secretary, Business Honor Society, Gymkana, Tri-Hi-Y, intramurals, ambition--private secretary. XVHITE, ROBERT, academic, Music Club, A Band, National Honor Society, French Club president, ambiti0nAmusician. XVILKERSON, CARLA, academic, Library Club, National Honor Society, Latin Club, Circle "N", ambition-college. XVILLIAMS, BARBARA, "Bobbie," academic, Latin Club treasurer, Circle Hi-Sci treasurer, National Honor Society, Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club, NBC, ambition-college. XVILLIAMSON, FRED, academic: homeroom presi- dent, Hi-Y, ambition-engineer. XVILSON, CLARENCE ALFRED: "Al," academic, Student Council, Hi-Y, Varsity football, Varsity basketball, ambition-electronic engineer. WILSON, JOAN, commercial, FTA, intra- murals, Pep Club, Y-Teens, bowling league, Tri-Hi-Y, Band secretary, Student Council, ambition-secretary. XVILSON, XVILLIAM, "Bill," general, Varsity basketball manager, Varsity baseball manager, Varsity football manager, ambition-business manager. XVINFREE, BARBARA ANN, "Bobbie," academic: ambition-teacher. NVINDHAM, CAROLE LEE, "Windy," academic, Library Club president, FHA president, Na- tional Honor Society, Caterers Club, ambition-home economics. IVIN- STEAD, DOROTHY GARNETTE, "Dot," commercial, Gymkana, ambi- tion-stenographer. WIRSFHING, DIANA, commercial, anibition-sec- retary. XYIRSICH, GABRIELE, "Gabi," academic, American Field Service, German Exchange Student, Red Cross representative, French Club, Gym- kana, Dance Club, Quill and Scroll parliamentarian, Thespians, music revue, beauty contest, play tournament, ambition-college. XYRIGHT, MARGARET ROSALIND, academic, Music Club, Hi-Sci. XVYNN, NANCY LEIGH, "Nanny," commercial, Bible Club secretary, Art Club, ambition -commercial artist. Alfred Wilson ,Ioan Wfilson . .a-vs' 2 ? Vfilliam W'ilson Barbara XVinfrcc Carole W'indll1.ani liorotliyvfingrgad lliana Xlfirscliing Gabriele W'irsicl1 Rosalind Vfriglit Nancy Winn A 1.""s... fo 1. ,xx CLASS OF 1958 geese ies? 5195 Af ditto? 3.51.3 .Q ,, lik! 152 1 ,a-c.- Pl1m11111g ln 1 tml 1 1 nh 'umor tlass otheers md tlmur sponsors lllk 1bout LOIUIYIJ., cunts LI 1 111 ug 11111111 Xlr Smtl v II r C Clxp, ll ll f1r1'la'111l D M1.Ce n 17r1'J11lm1l J Cobty Sttfffdfj 81111111 Nhss Anne Nowland xponsor G Harnngton lreasurer Xlr Donald Kauffman ji 1 The un1or Class of 1956 1957 elected IS frrcrzzlrflf Don McClellan, 1116 l7Vf'Sll1tlIf George Clagett, wan larj uln Cobew, fVll1iIlYfI, George Harrnngton, lm lorran, Judy Allen Our first actnuty of the year vs as a umor mnxer and memb rs of the elass became better acquunted xuth each other Next, was our class mectmg 1n January At thxs txme dues were dxscussed, ofhters txplamed ln detaxl the 1ct1v1t1es of the year, and talented members of our class entertamed us Plans for our prom were stlrted elrly, and the prom was held May 4 n e gxmmsmm Our mann dLlI1CS were checlung wraps at the Se nor Prom and ushermg at the Graduauon seruce To en the tear we performed thc trad1t1onal duty of 1 e umor Clzss bv partnenpatmg nn arrangements for h semor g,r1duat1on program bur ellss should hke to thank the sponsors agam or thur support md advnce, Mr Wnllxam E Smnth Mr Donald Kauffman, and MISS Anne Nowland Judy Allen, Hzsiormn , ,- E , .. rf? 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AA. . -1. ik 15- -L, .fin ,M ,A 1.1.2. x ' X. .. ' . . '.,-If .N I V px I I '1- 7-I I7-5 'K' Y V . . . .1 . . . '. . ..- - I1 R 3 CLASS OF 1959 5 liriglvl fnlun' in iight-Leaders of the sophomore class plan for their fellow students. Pictured with their sponsors, Mr. john Maholtz, Miss Sarah Lacy, and Mr. Glenn Diggs are, sianding, B. Barrett, fH'dllIY't'7'Q Detmering. firmirli-111. We, the students who made up the Northwestern sophomore class of 1957 proved that wc would uphold our school standards by participation in the orientation assembly. At this assembly it was discovered that many of our class members were very talented. Officers were chosen by the sophomore class to as- sume the responsibility of directing the class activities: president, Don Dettmeringg vice-president, Robert Lock- woodg secretary, Carol Elkinsg treasurer, Robert Berrettg historian, Mary Ann Yeager. Our class sponsors, Mr. Glenn Diggs and Miss Sarah Lacy, and Mr. John Maholtz worked faithfully with us in all our activities. B. Lockwood, 1'irr-prrxiflrnlg frunl, M. Yeager, bixforiung and D. The guidance given by our principal, Mr. Spcicher, and the faculty helped us to achieve our goals. During the year, we were proud of the athletic achieve- ments of our boys. In the extracurricular activities of our school we were active participants. W'hen clubs of Northwestern presented programs in various places we helped to represent our school. In the spring, our class had a dance which was one of the social events of the year. This pleasant occasion was one that will not be soon forgotten. 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Iindig. S. Slayton. Ifnurllw7R. Beeltnmn, NI. Sndorus, II. Parrish, Melieown, M. I7eMnrinis. if. Donley. P. Hershberger, G. Smith, xl. johnson. lfifflv-C. Herbert, B. Powers, G. hlanda, N. Gindlesperger, D. Armstrong, II. Tatspaugh, D. McMillan, If. Simmons, B. W'illiams. Sixllr-If. Knox, B. Bode, C. Lingafelt, C. Wilkerson, C. W'indham, I.. Murray, I. Foster, M. Sherlin, H. Taylor. Sezvnlb-Ci. Hosey. M, Bolella. IT. King, M. Bowling, M. Murray, KI. Ahalt, G. W'irsich, If. Denney, Ii. Iirester. I.. Bushnell. Ifiglvfb-N. Iivans, I. Monsma, G. Ifppley. QI. Trotter, B. Wlhite, XV. Prince, RI. Norman, P. Zumbro, M, Finlt. .Ymflz-S. Gately. D. Gill, Ii. Brady, B. Crowell, Ci. Harrington. I'. Haeussler, S. Ray, D. Coder, C. Funk, C. Post, I. Lindstrom. R. Iiefemre. R. Cliff. The National Honor Society-Building flu' right foundation-students who have displayed high qualities in the areas of scholarship, leadership, character, and service are invited to become members of this society. Two inductions are held each year: one in the fall honoring the seniors, one in February honoring juniors. 72 P. Mdms, the sehool lnfe and the gos ernment of Northwestern ns the Student Counenl School problems .xre settled at meetmgs of homeroom representatues Iormauon and eomprlmg of the pomt system for Northvxesterns NI superused by the Student C,0LlI1Lll, and dane s are sponsored to r.use funds for school needs Annually durmg the Yuletxde season Il Chrnst mas tree as deeorlted nn the lobby by the Stu dent Counenl These actxutnes handled as well as problems whneh .xrnse durlng the eourse of the school yexr gnc students praetlee m pro eedures of demoeratne government Representmg, the eoyernrng, body are oifieers R Koonee rtmlml W Sanders neonlmg wurfury G Gwm fmrflamculurmn D Hotehluss Yrvaszlrvr and B Vle Donald eurnxprmllng srrnfary I rntht Speneher Cmvernmg the student body and represcnung each homeroom ns the large and acrne Student Councnl Iron! mu R Koonce l Iaylor XX Sanders H McDonald Q Q vun R Gordcn B Dans C Adans M Nubcrg I' Mcfxrawc Suomi mul-D Hotehluss T Reese on 1 s nes IN Ln ex Sa orus Ausrm lwans Summers an l Tfunl mu S Monrov B Stell L1 Hosey D Lolllns D Hoses S VCISS C Phxlllps B Bode Foster P Dans Rauffman Tharpe IN Bamburg I-nurib rou I Delum I laucr A Xlnlson Moelt B lllfli 1s I N1eC1rase S Trempcr R Russell Mr Cartee fxponvor d D Lrossman ' ' , . -- ' . 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IS , I. Rcymvli , M. NX'I1ipp., P. I5 IFIOI , Mr. I.I y I. Snr! -I5 XX I. QI - , . .I ' . ?' ph v...i L, QV I, C V v - ' x -. NI. KI . , .. " , f. ' . . , ', ' . 'x ps I C 'L . Tlu' Fufnn' Nzzriri nf .'ln1t'r'11it whieh prepares students lor luture work in nursing, .ittendx .iecreditetl Red Cross night classes. partieipates in Orientation Assembly. and travels on various field trips, Ifrmzf-S. Irwin, I. Ahalt, F. Simmons. S. Li, T. Runyan. Srroml-j. Stepp, A. Clayton, B. Boot, D. Volontine. M. Thompson. Third-Mrs. Richards, xpmzxnrg A. Sutherland, S. Vhlters, B. W'cIIs, K. I-Iavis. Fourth- N. Smith, IT, Ch.miherl.ind, If. Anthony. NI. Nlurrny, B. Powers. Fiflb-J. Volnntine, D. King. AI, McQueen, P. McKinley, B. Vftxmclsitle, I. I'rn:tor. Slxlfv-AM. Yeager, S. Austin, I'. Denny, II. IIutIm.in. G. Thornburg, II. Pruseh, Tin' Iurzior Tri-Hi-Y members sponsor annual Soc Hop, projects for needy families, .ind participates in activities with other clubs. Frou! - -Mrs. Slifer, sponsor, II. McDonald, N. Gleason, E. Zahniser, Cobey. St'z'rnnl+,I. Allen, WI. McGovern, P. Fulford, B. Bennett, D. W'hitc, N. Inllnfsen. B. Iimle. Tfvinl-D. Krieillis, I. Koffman, KI, Sherbine, M. Frey, P. Ifmmert. ml. Speieer, M. Clark. Ifuurlb-N. Bamberg, 3 I. Herbert, S. Austin, N. Smith, A. Claytnr, Stroiedy, Smith. Fifllr-IS. Smith, I. Davis, I. Shoekee, M. Dahl, If. Ilietrieh, ul. NIeNey, I. MeQueen. Sixflv-QI. Wells. AI. NIcNey, A. Gindlesperger. Henderson, B. Mewis. I. Ifoster. Ii. Crehnn, A. Downin. . V Tlu- .Senior Trivlli-Y selects member of the year. holds Thanksgiving and laasler programs, sponsors Sadie Hawkins Dance, attends conference. participates in basketball tournament, plans drive for needy, and promotes friendship and good will. Frou!-I.. Taylor, D. Hemey, S. Johns, P. Shepherd, F, McNeill, M. Parker, F. Fletcher. B. Parrish Srrrnuf-C. Andesrad, tl. Mclieown, T. lliscock, D, Onsgard, S. Ramshurg, C. Thomas, N. Fletcher C. Fields. Tim-JQM. Howells, C. Herbert, G. -landa, S. Friedeman. S. Bohanis, M. Murry, P. Hershbcrger. Iiourflr-S. Gately, R. Beckman, M. Harris, N. lfvans, D. Hitaffer, . Austin, M. Dodds. Fifth-C. Donley, D. Armstrong, V'ilson, C. Holland, C. Davis, B. Hartley, B. Powers. Sixth- N. llageaee. M. Reamcy. QT. Carpenter, -I. Rowell, NI. johnston, R. Anderson, A. Greene. Sflfflfbmx. Gindlesperger, I.. Cutting. D. Fleiehel, M. Flinn, A. Stogdale, j. Ahalt. J. Thom, H. Hoffman. Eigblb-S. Li, E. McVeary, F. Knox. J. Sadorus, Ii. Dewney, l,. Murray, I.. Hunsaker, C. Travers. S The Ifnlurr Tt'al'ltrvS of Au1m'i4'u,'l'l1e john P. Speieher Club. open to all interested students, awards scholarship to outstanding members, attends state conference, visits Towson State Teacher's College. Bark--C. W'atkins, S. Taliaferro, M. Pearce. Osgood. I. W'ard, C. Wilson. Middle-R. Speigel. P. Dassylva, K. Sutherland. M. Heilman, M. Kramer. D. johnson. Frmd- Austin, tii't'-fvreiitlrrzlg L. l.angnn, sm rrltnrsg KI, johnson, fwrrxirfevli: B. Ballinger, f7'I'r!SIl7!'Y'Q B. Theuret, Iliilorian. C3 C7 ,Q v X7 :Q'T-1'-'S-'1'-1'-B'..'?.1"3,1'-LSE E- ' m..2"s.i1:-....---g:.- I Nl 'flu' Cufrrfrv Cflul' prepares refreshments for selmol funetiuns and makes .in annual trip to Mrs. KJQJY Toll llnuse. I"rrm!- B Iswyer, R. IHCXRIICCIO, D. Pierce. N. Young. Si't'omf-Q. DeVenee1d, C. Knorr. D. Heiney, Kiwin, lf. Sauder, M. l.ittle L1 Stepp, B. Seb.1sti.xn, A. Powers. Tfviril-KI. Gilbertson, M. Cooper, K. Miles, C. Garner. P. Gaither, Runyon, prmiflt-ri! vlllkllllfll, K. Killian, Mrs. Murray, XITIHIXUVQ B. Strock, Mrs. Moniclt, t'r1-xfmrlxfzrg M. Hartlisun. Tlu' Hi-Sri Cflulv i'xfvlrm'f Nu' i1ifle'wIl4rr'v of il'lt'l1t'L'i'Jl'1Cl sponsors the annual Science Fair. I"rnut-l'i. Taylor, M. Slwerlin M Pl lt X11 l 'n , H. . ies, KI. Mus 1, B. Brewster, V. Thorne, Mrs. Piper, sjwnmr, Srrnml-K. Wbolsey, RI. Gilbertson. M. Sugar M liittrolotf, R. l,.iwrenee, M. Orlnski. C. Cinwen, M. Sampson, M, Greenwood. Tlririf-D. Burch, IJ. Scliellingcr, K. 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Barry, XV. Prince, XV. Sellon, T. Brombaugh, Ii. Daniels. S. Sayers, C, Smith, B. Hoffman, I.. Bushnell. D. King, xl. Thom, Al. Foster. Third'-Wh Sanders, ucrofmfq D. Burch, Ii. Floyd. fwrwiiilvrrlq II. Sturman, P. Pericles. M. Fliss, C. Funk, If. Statler, If. Mier. -I. Kinney, R, Zoolt. G. Swink, I,. Kragh, M. Murray, D. Cogar, S. Ray, furrow Izzrrlvr. lfnzzrllvgli. Iineweaver, G. Rabey, M. Nlfest. S. Ramsburg, M, DeVall, M. Ahalt, S. Austin, N, Iivans, johnson, XY. Ifiery, R. Phillips, B. Qlubane, M. Ronca, .Yt'l'Yl'1nlfXf N. Morgan, R. Notes. AI. Mock. Fiffb-Mr. Ronca, liflfllilllilllf: M. Fink, I.. Knessi, I. Gladstone, R. Tharp, S. Richter, D. Ambrose, P. Tarpley, D. Coder, D. Kaiser, B. Harrung, B. Harbey, D, McMillan, D. Gray, drum major. Slxllw--Ii. Vtillantl, M. Cooper, D. McClellan, Cf. Ilerbert, j. Tharpe, C. Cowan, M. Thomas, C, Rodriquez, S. Beveridge, B. Tatspaugh, .im'rrlurx. B, XY'hite. Bronco Buster . . . Fchelon . . . Diminished Front . . About Iface . . . These phrases are familiar to every member of the NHS band. Since its formation six years ago, North- western's ninety-three member band, with Mr. Michael Ronca, conductor, has won five first place trophies in the annual Washingtori Lionls Club Competition, an honor for the school as well as for the band. Twenty- nine trophies lining the walls of the band room are proof of its achievements. The band has been acclaimed for performances in various parades-first place, Cherry Blossom, 1955, AAA lirst place, 1954 and 1955-and competitions. In the 1956-57 school year the band has once again added to its trophies. The band participated in the Inaugural Parade january 21, marching this time with the State of Minnesota. The thirty-one piece B band played at the reception accorded King Saud of Saudi Arabia upon his arrival in Washington, D. C., for a STRIKE UP THE BAND state visit to the United States on january 30. The annual exchange program was held with the Needham Iligh School Band of Boston. On April 4 to 7, mem- bers of the Needham Band visited here. On May 9 to 12, our band returned the visit to Needham, Boston. In March the band presented its traditional concert for the students of NHS. Cur eight majorettes began this year by winning First place in a competition sponsored by the Laurel Shopping Center. Several individual awards were presented: Best Baton Twirler--Scott Rayg Best Double Baton Twirler -Pat Hershbergerg Elaine McNeil-second place. The Maiorette Corps has won first place in the Lion's Club Competition in addition to winning the International I.ion's Club Award. The band and majorettes again marched this year in the AAA and Cherry Blossom Parades, participated in the Lion's Club Competition, and performed at the Night of Thrills in W'ashington, D. C. 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Holland, j, Samcl, l.. Hunmker, I.. Buihnell. Mr. D, Young. Shunling--R. DeIl.u-.ilu. 'K M 'ZCK Z 1 1 W3 3535 t YJ ff-1' I' af Q? gl , v . n- iw "J T" k,v,q.. .-5 Mini +A ,gp- 4 s , .w,k. Q !'F'Y 5,755 .f 535 L. 1 fF1?"5'f'f N 4 F . . . .Q ,J 1--1 42. 6. 51 ' VY- vx , x : Nw.: 1 xnxx F-'Q Q. K A' Y 5.4.2 f an .-x' .v if ,lliafqtv t f -, 5 - hr x f Z .. ' , .. - .-u 1 ' ,. ": .3 , l , ,",-ay -ff V - , a,.' an . .h , gi! . vu' ' + -aff 'fsiiw -Nb? I L. I ,Im -JT - 'is Sk I f I - 5 'x... Q .4 J Here's our fvum! Front-Dave Kaiser, Duane Gill, Co-Capfainr. Srooml-P. Grasso, F. Comings, C. Shapiro, A. NWilson, F. Funk, C. Maschouer, C. Post. Third-Manager R. Wise, D. Hotchkiss, P. Hauessler, S. Dowdy, G. Clagett, B. Cobey, P. Smith, C. W'eetman. Fourth-Manager C. Phelps, P. Costinett, J. Gravcly, B. Mongelli, B. Burkley, R. Schweickert, P. Hodiak. Fiflb-J. Reynolds, J. Price, D. Kidwell, B. Zabo, J. Benitez, J. Lindstrom, B. Mentzer. VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM Emerging from the season with a 2-7-1 record, the Cats were one win from duplicating the last two teams' marks. It is no secret that the Wildcats schedule was the toughest of most of the area teams, bar none. Starting the season with a I3-0 loss to a powerful john Carroll eleven, the fifth ranked team in a power- packed area, was quite respectable. Washington and Lee, undefeated, top team in the last poll, came as close to being defeated as they did all season. Fred Comings unleashed his passing arm and about ruined W 81 L's undefeated chances, but it ended 20-14 in the Virginia school's favor. Wakefield proved too much on their home field in the most controversial game of the season as they won 19-6. Undefeated Bethesda-Chevy Chase had to do it all in the second half, but they did it to the tune of 27-6 over NHS. For the first time in the school's history the Wildcats defeated a District school, Roosevelt, 26-20, and they got their first victory of the campaign. Montgomery Blair tied the Cats 6-6 as both teams scored in the first half and turned defensive in the second. In one of the disappointing games of the year the Wildcats hopes were soundly shattered by the High Pointers 20-0. 96 On a field that was literally a sea of mud the Eagles of Gonzaga sloshed to a 21-0 victory in the only post- poned game of the season. On one of the colder nights of a comparatively warm fall, the Cats were hot as they defeated arch-rival Bladensburg 13-7 in the closing minutes of the contest to notch their second win. Ending the season on a sour note the Wildcats took it on the chin for the first time from a Suitland eleven 13-12. Only twice during the whole contest did the Rams show any scoring punch, and both times they scored. Date OPPONENT OP. NHS Sept. 14-john Carroll .. , , , 13 - 0 Sept. 21-Washington-Lee .. . 20 - 14 Sept. 29-Wakefield . , . 19 - 6 Oct. 5-Bethesda-Chevy Chase . . 27 - 7 Oct. 13-Roosevelt ,..,, . 20 - 26 Oct. 19-Blair , 6 - 6 Oct. 26-High Point , ,. 20 - 0 Nov. 5--Gonzaga .. . 21 - 0 Nov. 9-Bladensburg . . , . . 7 - 13 Nov. I6-Suitland . . . . . 13 - 12 ,1..-7,1 l , 4 'ar- ,I X I ,. . - - - vt' iz! . 1 lzgj Qc ' ,, i , . .,.y..o-- ' f - haven'-" '- gli - ' J MA.. . '44 kgpiniv' if if ,4- few' 5 1 '1 J1m"' mm rum 1s n s xr s in brmg., down 1 Is. ILSKI 1 N nu an Lomc ln as xnsurmu BCC rufflgd :lu C als '7 6 'WM- , - . -gf. 'fgxfg . 1 .zmqrwrr '!?""'L '. "'- -2 ,- 1 avr. 1. til ' -wi .-V Q45 6 qv, ,114 I r ,, g.g,4".5 YU J I L 5 ws.. 1. x, Jfli 1 d I Clstm 1 ny' my , 1 " s sun 5 lm vnu bnuuwn two on ruslun Blu t Slanunl gun H1 the Cat ll u 1 ur nhg X1USIlIN,S vyft Q 5 A 1 1 1-, , -xx C+: . -4- -4-" ' x.1"' 1 V . ' ,Mg eff QL . L , -.,f -. - - g--.Q . 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' 55' ' -.W ' ' -.35-' 'Alfa-,.-'ffz "" .lf f -' V 4 ' u 5 A ".'- Qi' R.l5.fX"2i"T 3-Qfxw 4 . -J. ," ' - ' 5- Q - 5 , 'QQ . .. . 9" '7i..' lx g ' -'. " LX K . 5 -' " , in C S, P uf 1 if l , Happy Go Lurky! Fran!--L. Vorhees, N. Thompson, R. Wiley. H. Delchamp, W. Garret, W. Dentiman, E. Norwitz, R. Campbell, Paraclese, J. Hamilton. Second-B. Herbert, P. Kenyon, D. Bright, H. Mosier, W. Baoderson, P. Byress, D. Smith, R. Beckman, G. Troop. Third-L. Mathews, T. Hayes, C. McGuHin, D. Moyers, S. Humphries, R. Crain, P. Barret, F. Debonis, P. Carpenter, D. Tippets, R. Shapard, G. Harington, D. Detmering, G. Robertson. JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM Date OPPONENTS O. NHS Sept 20-Bladensburg . . . 6 - 0 Sept 26-Wheaton , 6 - 12 Oct. 4-Bladensburg . . 0 - 0 Oct. 8-BCC . . , . 38 - 0 Oct. 10-Wheaton , , 0 - 7 Oct. 17--High Point . 7 - 14 Oct. 25-Eastern . . 7 - 0 Nov 2-Walter Johnson . 27 - 0 Nov. -Wakefield . . 14 - 14 Nov -DeMatha . 6 - 20 Goalward Bound-E. Noriwitz, with plenty of assistance from W. Garrett, D. Moyers, and B. Wiley, heads for paydirt in the Bladensburg game won by the Ponies 6-0. Playing a schedule of ten games for the first time the Little Cats ended with a respectable 4-2-4 record for the season. Starting off with the Ponies of Bladensburg the Junior Varsitv were outscored, 6-0, but not outfought and gave indications of what thev could and would do. Wheaton's yearlings fell before the Juniors by a 12-6 decision in a rough game for both sides. Showing improvement in the score, if not in the play, the Little Cats were tied by Bladensburg's Juniors 0-0. Bethesda Chevy Chase's Junior Varsity showed a wealth of power as it defeated the JV 38-0. The score was different but not the outcome as the Wildcats juniors defeated W'heaton's by a 7-0 score. Making a comeback late in the game the Junior Var- sity beat the young High Point team 14-7. Eastern squeezed out a 7-0 victory over the JV in a muddy, hard fought contest. A sound trouncing, by the tune of 27-0, was the re- sult of traveling to Walter Johnson to play this first year school's varsity team. Almost, but not quite, was the way the Vfakefield game turned out. It ended in a 14-14 tie with the Juniors rallying in the second half. Ending the season in the best way the JV soundly battered the Little Stags of DeMatha 20-6. Dale Dec. l 1 Dec. I S Dec. 1 8 Dec. 2 I Jan. 4 Alan. 8 -Ian. 1 I jan. 1 S jan. I 8 Jan. 22 jan. ZS jan. 30 Feb. l Feb. S Feb. 8 Feb. 13 Feb. l S Feb. I9 Feb. 2l March 1 March 8 Vurtily Cagrrtf Thin!-D. Kid well, VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Basketball Schedule Ofnfrrmvnl NHS O John Carroll 40 42 Georgetown Prep 44 37 W'akefield 3 S 3 3 Alumni 57 46 Suitland 40 45 Oxon Hill 44 37 High Point S3 37 DeMiitha 45 S2 Bladensburg SS 49 Wakeheld 38 60 Bethesda Chevy-Chase 33 49 Roosevelt 43 40 Blair 36 SS Wheatota 49 37 Suitland 65 S9 DeMatha 71 69 High Point 54 47 Wlieaton S3 44 Bladensburg 43 36 Bethesda Chevy-Chase 36 40 Blair 40 54 Frou!-B. Scliarnilco, VV. Clurtiss. Al. BCl1llC7. lf . Brady. Swami'-il, Lauer, XY. Garrett, lf. Comings, D. Tipton, J. Norman F. Noriwitz, G. Harrington, D. Bowie, QI. Gravelv. .. v gm ..,.. A i ', 1. 1' nf. ' fl' F 3 A -Et' I ns.-:fl . With a twelve and nine record for the season's effort, the Wildcats tied for third place in the Bi-County League behind Blair and BCC, with the Rams of Suitland. Although disappointing as this season was the Cats played one of thtir tougher schedules which had its high spots. Starting the campaign with a 42-40 loss to highly ranked john Carroll was no disgrace for the defending Bi-County and State Champions. A complete sweep of the High Point and Bladensburg contests and a split with DeMatha's Stags was most satisfying to the Wiildcats. Thus the cagers stayed way ahead of their rivals in the win department. Bright spots on the team were jerry Benitez, who led the team in about every departmentg Fred Comings, high scoring guardg W'alt Curtiss, ball hawking hustlers and captain. All these men received some mention on the All-Bi-County team or All-Suburban-Maryland team. Bill Sharnickow, only regular not graduating, Ed Brady, and Alim Lindstrom all had their big moments as starters and standout: during the season also. 9 ?' 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' .111d lie 21 I3 14, V ' 1l.l1. lil .1 . 34 llb ' 1 A ' , ' 1.11. 17 --t- 19 IS 1 ' ' '- V j ' A L' 11.11. :S Q. . - 37 6 'X 5' " ' " 1 ' ' " ' 'J' mlm. -1 5' .1 21 16 - ' ' A.' -.' ' .' ' 1 ' 3- ' I .' lfeh. I . 'to l'.1'lt 46 3 ' 1- - - '- ' Y- ' " - 11 11211. 7 5 ' . 32 111 - ' ' 2 - lfch. 16 " f -- 27 16 ' 4. . " ' '. ' . J lfeh. 22,23 I I' . ' V1 A' Q" HHH 1 l'r1' 'lf Va A' wr' l'. . e. 1" I---P. H1 11.111, tv-1' plain: CQ. ll lb, My lL'll.lll, P. H1 '11 l-r. D. Ki. . 1- ' . f'1"r11f-15. H kl ", A. B , Cf, IJll1lC.c1. 11- 1. . S, '1llet, . 'll, RJ Gaining i'aIuaI1Ie i'xperiz'm'e'.'-Little Cat matmen include, frrmf-VV. Denamcn, M. Thomas, D. Hoscy, Kliener. Svromf-B. Bollinger, G. Wcstman, P. Carpenter, T. Russell, B. Saunjens, D. Bright. JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING Winning only one of five matches, the junior varsity showed plenty of spunk and determination in two of their four losing efforts. Wfashington and Lee trounced the JV in the latter's first match 44-3 and Woodberry Forest also defeated them with ease, but in the other two losing matches, NVakefield and Episcopal, they lost by a total of four points. It was close all the way in the St. Albans match, but in a mighty effort, the junior matmen came out on top. Sure varsity prospects for next season include Denny Hoscy, Clem Wcetman, Wes Denema, and Don Bright. These grapplers showed quite a bit of talent in their respective matches. Denny wrestled in one varsity match against Gallaudet and pinned his opponent. XVith these mcn coming up and the remaining letter- mcn from this season, next year's varsity should reap good results. J V Wrestling Schedule Dafr Opponcnl NHS O Dec. I8 Washington and Lee 3 44 Jan. 30 Wakefield 20 23 Feb. S St. Albans 20 17 Feb. l 1 Episcopal 22 23 Feb. 2 3 Woodberry Forest 6 3 5 Nr! RALR fl AM lmnl S enshman B Q59 V or U nc Baum I So omon Tmu Mar U Suon Houhkns D S rtvull R aus cr u I Barley B Bcr e Prlnu. I Dunn P Sartvne 'Ibn Bemtel 1 end xn L I' Nu I ohnson B u dn I Armstrong, Bughanan mn 1 url J mu raccx I av L9 LIIKILY anu 1 S fhrlstoll 'I Dunean SPRING SPGRTS Dal: Aprll Apnl Aprxl Aprnl 'Way Ma May May Tr lek Schedule Of: nmfuf george W1ShlHL,lOD Blur md XX akeheld Iohn Carroll XVakc-field Bcthesdl Chen Chase Bl Lountw Meet B mr State Meet Golf Schedule Dah O Jprmmzl A rx S Apxxl 1 Cyeorgetoun Prep W1lter Iohnson IN 1x Bethesd1 Chew Chase Mn Nlontgomerx Blur Mn NX hmton U Hugh lomt VI1 Bladcnsburg, Mn Rnchard Montgomers Why Annu1l ullxfsmg, Match M1y llret Round M1reh Pln 41 LLOI1d Round Mitch Pliw IN ax Sem: Inmls I1n1ls THE GOLF TEAM P Vclthuls P Smxrh I' Brady B Scharmehow Mr W Smlrh and Mr -I Maholw Ccoaches W Sellln I' Bowers T Chrdacn IO5 i,, V Q .. 1 . . . a :L 'vs if .3 V - FM I7 5 5 or 5? TH15 'r " ' 2 if -5. L' , . nm, T p-3, J. Rei, A. . ,. 5 1 , R. p, B. kl-g. J- U. ' ' , . fa " . . D " , lf. Bak , B. O'N-'Il. 1. ' ", . lc ly, ' ", 7, , . . ' ll. ' 'J-bl. ' 51. Rn- ' , J. rf' I-y, '. .. A1 , . Q 3 -, 2. -, J. - , 11. S 2 1. rf, I-J. T p. R. 'I' xi. . 'l-.s, XY. M' ' , C. Carroll, P. ll' .mc, J. Belt., C, ' A. ', '. " . ' 1 I Q .i p 'l ' Y ' ' -' 22 '. K . P 1.5 3 . ' A ' 6 F ' 1 .3 10 . A 3 .' ' 12 L' L 'V ' . aj 13 U . . V, M. 1' 17 W 7 ' f . A 1 .y Y 27 24 ' 3 A ' 3 . 1 ','- .. A -' 27 . 'L y V '-f V x . , ' . . ' 14' I7 lt ' Thy 29 S-Q . - ' "" 1 y 31 '- 5' . . ZS . . , June 2 5' . Irv" x .4 L, C p C, , N62 N N I ff 2 .N fx' HN A TFL! TNI Ev! -ii R' ll U ! I ' " t. J . I, xg J., QO.!,?9.yiixe 'ff . N' ' 'C Q.. In-I VARSITY BASIQII.-XI.I. TI-'ANI-nicnibcrw Lilac .1 hrcathqr. Ifrrml rnu-IU. Tipton, ul. Cmvu, NI. Wilton, NV. Curtiw, KI. Cliff, B. Botclcr. Ii. Hciiil. St'4'nu.l wit-Ci. Cliggctt. 9. Dimwtly, il. Cir.ii'cIi', Ii. TIiuni.iw, P. filhlllltll, T. Ilmltllcvton, II. Sclinriiilww, lint mu--kj. Nlzmrc. C. Irunk. I". Litiiiiings, I.. I.irinmrc. I Nlucllcr. I3 Varsity Schedule Dah' April l April 5 April 8 April I I April 16 April I8 April 29 May 2 May 6 May 9 May 13 May 14 May 241 May 25 May 27 May 31 Cpflflflllfllf I7cNI.1th.1 Gonzaga Suitlaml Wheirmi Uxon Hill Bethesdi Chevy Illadcnsbtirg Blair High Point Suitland XVhcJt0n Landon Bcthcsda Chevy Bladensburg Blair High Point . Iiuwic. -Chas: -Chase i Dali' April B April IO April I9 April 17 April 29 May I May 6 May 8 May I3 May IS May 22 M.1y 24 .I V Schedule cJf7I7UIll'l1f I..1urcI Gwynn Park Wftshiiigton .ind LCC Wfikcficltl Suitlnntl Gwynn Park High Point Sassccr XV.ishington and Les Suitlaml XV.1kef'ield High Point JUNIOR VARSITY I3ASIfBAI.I.. TEAM CANI7II7ATIfS Lilac A bruiltglfiril vnu'-XV. Nlatthcws, T. I.awIcSi, II. HGH, B. Shsicfcr. IS. Staiitmi, -I. Nlorclintl, H. Foster, XV. Dintmnn. Siwnzil--Al. Muller, I.. Chin, I. Noble, P. Vaiigucdcr, C. WICCIHIJI1. I'.iS'nc, ml. Hamilton. R. Iiuckiimii. R. Cr.iinc. D. Craune, NI. Irlutchingx, R. Cox. IJ. Reagan. R. Burch. I.. Vorlicce, XY. Garrett. Tliirif-K. Mills, B. Barrett. T. Gentile, B. Cicnl. Ii. Dc Honis, T. Russel, J. McGraw, H. Rictcr, P. Trumpcr, j. Kcnncdy. NI, Fliss. K. Yates, B. Crawford, B, Lockwood, I'. Yfcctliiii, Il. Slum - 73 fm ..,..,- qu-ang Qi ai . Hg. - q. r -'fx f, AJ. 5.1 XM T' w , -- .+,, . 53, ,f S I- 'ff ' H k -.L I . r, I -1--an -X , , . " . ' 'ffif .V 1 -H-. "Hy .' w : , ra -, F, . nh- m , fff-2: A . . 'Wifi -ww , ua . Qu. 5. 1 -b as , M -X dl? 1 f. Y. f ,, g:,,,.. . v--M: m 'f I , f Q .1 1 an FQ? -2 . LU. Y' ,.z.,,. . Q.-1 Y i F" VV ' . N ug' 5 ,' I' 'S L9 ,H -:imp 55-5 4 -LG, ,' 5 , 4 la 'I wg K v 5 1 ,. ff-+ ' g 4 , 72. 1 il -,YQ ' . , if-if , fr ' :CTW fx .iiyf . i F :Z mr! . Z' . "'f:w' ' :' -' ' ' -- ' ' -1, f ' k .V F, -A N. -.-fl' ,fc ' I ,Q x E31 ' I -! - if --3 3515335-'F's' ' .1 .W 1- ' .wr B f I 'v X61 4 . -" ', , gf.: F, ' vs w.., -mv -,, Q -cs ik I I I HIV I I x k IIN I' IL I mmm rs rl: I 1 uw 1 n gg ss nu S nrmm X r n I Spudur NIrs Rosl mn mg N 111 ll I rlmxu r I mx rs Arm ar s JL X r Irn Ximk I Au nr 1 xx r n L rrm un N r V xIInm iowu PARENT TEACHERS ASSOCIATION HELP vnun Il wg e . -J' A QHFQT A.:-ph , PTA JAMBOREE l The PTA, headed by Mr. XVilliam Prince meets once a month to discuss problems of the students. Twice during the year parents follow their ehildls schedule and visit classrooms. Conferences precede the monthly meetings. lfund-raising activities include the annual Jamboree with a bake sale and beauty contest. Various organizations at NHS such as the Band and A Cappella Choir present enter- tainment following meetings. Discussion concern com- munity problems and promote school improvement in such fields as health, library, school grounds, and finances. Student's preparation for the future is the main concern of the organization. Wan In gm'-Nlr. Speicher scores another hit in .1 ring toss during the annual PTA -Iamhnree. KI. Nlaslin who was in charge ol the even! and D, Duran cheer from ilie sidelines. ---' f H Thi' lli'il14l.i'Qln'i'11, ffm Vlllllf, fluff illifgr'.if.1l the conclusion of the annual lleaiity Cuiitest which ix part of .intl judges are Nlr. William XY'erber, juilgr: Nlrs. l,eom.i Selmer. milverg Robin Davis, iwfnuil jilifwq Kathy' Kerr. llinil fwlilrrg Cfarlleen :Xntlest.id, Allil Cmlxemllillifi: Nlr. Al. R, Slierwuod. jliifgr. -if J. Q, il' C-7 ,fgexi . l 'x 1 l v i n I -- i . VCR Y OF naw C wnngv . .t"ll,lf 1 ' .1 - U W 1' AA.. I s. D is pl! Ivy!" -fl. Brfn wlrr is rm! init .1 rlmf: l1ilfA'fH'?'. Sliu iv clicckizilig the time it mkcw lwluml to cu.1gul.1tc wliilc collecting dam for lu-r pruicci in tlic Science Iliir held on Nfanli ill, .mil l. Xlurmy ii .1 willing sulvicct. Brlnu'-Gift for Hu' lmmf--Representatives of llic College Park Lions Club, Mr. R. Pear- wn and Mr, R, Murray, have just presented .1 clicck to Mr. Roncn tn the fund for tlic purclmsc of lun for the band. Mr. Spciclicr tlmnlcs Mr. Murray for luis kind contribution. 'T' Wu A AI . .iz i 2- V' ' ,ut OVirlllrllizlHflwlexicaii exchanges, .titled by their American hosts, hecome acquainted with the school library as part of the orientation program in the Mexican lfxchange Cflub. Members are, frnul--Carmen Iierrcr, Mary Rouen. Swrzrzif-Slicrrod Zumbro. Javier Ramirev, lionnie Seh.isti.m, B.1rb.ir.i Smith. Pedor Aquera, lilsa Lara, David Cogar. Marv Greenwood, Roberto Mantilla. OUR EXCHANGE PROGRAM Promoting friendship and good will with peoples of other lands is the aim of our ex- change program at NHS. Miss Anne Putnam, sponsor of the Amer- ican students and Senor Gabina Palma, of Mexico City, sponsor of the Mexican stu- dents, plan an active program each year for students. Seven Mexican students ar- rived in Whishirigton, D. C., on December 20, 1956 for a two-month visit. Attend- ing classes .md participation in extracur- ricular activities added to the Mexican stu- dent's understanding of America. High- light of their American adventure was a weekend trip to New York City. American students will return the visit South of the Border during the coming summer months. Gabi W'irsieh, sponsored by the American Field Service, was our European Exchange Student this year. She spent hcr senior year here at NHS and shared classes, honors, and activities with the many friends site made here. Students and teachers feel that the ex- change program at NHS is an excellent method of promoting friendship and peace among nations. --v as X iw' Nou' a juurnalixl-Gabi W'irsich, our exchange student from Bielefeld, Germany, officially becomes a member of Quill and Scroll as Mr. Speicher presents her with her pin. ff' ll': liver: so lmzgf R. Koonce and ml. Summers in a scene from the tlramaties class play. Fmli- Harry, which was presented on November 3, I9i6, if Y Curtain Rising On Tomorrow's Promising Stars Cooperation is the main theme of tlramatic produc- tions at Northwestern. Directors, producers, actors, stage manager, and committee chairman work to- gether to make each performance a success under the supervision of Mr. litlwartl Justice. Three annual productions are given at North- western: the tlramatics class play in the fall, the 'lihespian play tournament in rhe winter, and the senior class play in the spring. This year LYIIFIL' Ilarry was presented as the dramatics class play. In the play tournament the sophomore class presented Ile Aifllf Dom' Righf hy Nell, the juniors presented The AlflIlk!'J'lX Paw, and the seniors presented The IQUUHI l,'j1.vff1irs. Why, when I um in aelize srriiie' The junior class entry in the annual play tournament was the Morikrfs Puuz Pictured are S. Sayers, D. Cogar, H. Troup, S. NVctter. D. Cogar won thc best actor award in the Play Tournament. In-..,..., A , ,AX - 2 ' :.x.Qf?Li:' 1, H""':--f:,--- M-,,.f.l..,Q."'f'::f'.""' ' l - 'LL ' 1 ai an ,, " 'L K fs u f' .M J., I tt 1 :msn s . QI' V 's .-,-.-. .Q-ps... s ' A Qs. ir- .L .1 . 1 I Q ,A W V AAI- Y MA In-N If 5 ii i 1, W U ' i A 1 . . I . i 1 " . . " ' i . AP M Q ,Q ,,,. . :fy . 1.34, 5 If ' . . ii 5 " f""j" , -.1 . Q' - i' i J .J 3' Hr' Aifff Dum' Rigfvl Bs Nrll was mlm ride nf ilic play presented by the sophomore class in the play tournament. The players arc XV. Willgesworth, S. Beveridge, G. Gwin, Paavu Hansson, S. johnson. Hou is If lifvxlairw? G. Rabcy questions If. McNeill during the senior play, Tin' Ruom LQIHLIIYX, which was given in the annual pla tournament. 11244 s-5 .J KA" f t 1 'i 3 7 7 Y ZWQJ1 c- X 1 f students. DANCES ot thxx extern Dancex proxide social fun for N ' " "XY'iltleats" meet after games at the victory dances, dance to records at the "Mobile Ball", and tor a real chan ge attend the "Sadie llawkim Dance". lfor a dreamy evening, class proms and the "Sweetheart Dance" are tops. Glitter ant sentimental melodies add a romantic touchg warm memorie, remain of the passing school year. Harmony llop-Student Council September Sadie llawltins l Y-Teens llallowe'en Dance Winter XVonderland-Senior Ball lance-Tri-Hi-Y October Novenalver Decemluer Mobile Ball-.fart Club slanuary National Honor Society Dance lfehruary Y-Teens Sweetheart Dance lielaruary Student Council Dance Xlarch Language-Scatter Platter April junior Prom .Xlay Sophomore Dance Nlay Soc Hop Nlay' llU0IIilt'Y1f-Ill l1lYQlYf--CIUOQIIIQL the music at the Win XX'ontlcrland Ball me XY'ectman and date. Tdklrlg il f'ri'.1lfu'i-f-During a hreali at the Sadie llaultinx Dance these yocumw hate a tctc-altcte. Irfl, ,effing tounlfr tlru'k11i5t'- ohnson, Cf Haney, C, Harrixnn, IS. lobe, :X. Mask. ll, Hill, I.. Deremer, C. XY'all'ter. lx If' 14 ll '7 I6 ll 4 Ib 2 9 lit' nior promj are NI. Glynt and date, S. ASSEMBLY Students swung into the spirit of school life by participating and watching the annual orientation assembly in September. Pep rallies and the Air lforce Band received the students' support later in the year ln january Ciyinltama gave their performance with the latest bouncing antl tumbling stunts. North- westernites also had their inspiring moments tluring the Honor Society Induction. Music by the school bantl and choir, a play-'I'fn' l!ltQtQIt'l', antl songs and readings made the Christmas assembly. Slmztfx unugj. Allen balances atop lf. McNeil, P. Hersch- bcrgcr, S. Ramsburg. and I.. Cutting in the Gymkana assembly. Ali, u row-S. Ray and C. Lingafelt represent the Thespian society in the Orientation assembly. USUN iw 1s ,4 F! nn Or Un I s rs L urns L oo x m ll tm ll1lI'IIl Nirs Slums runs thx testmg, madum cvrl' x I Q L 2 y Z 'Cunnan .wu- u-1 .,r -4, 3 Y.. . 1 A f " . v t ., If V ' o 4 l.i5f' f .' u'1ffs.ay" M . Ri'l. l, mlm- wh I nur c, as she tc-its lwnring for C. Knxrr 41 I ' ' f' .1ry, . . f fl'mm. If funk gnmf R. SI1 'lmmux .1 xlcswrt wlmllc Y, I.1c'HL-x xmus m thc Imc of llw' nhunl u.1Tcl 'l'l.l. Y ,fx-I. 4 X,-sf T Y' ,V . . 1 W' r-A,,-'H - .Z A xv L.. . , ffl, . . ' - ' ' ' ' W., A " ' 1 . I f ' r 'li N, . if Bringing ilnlliliiflu fu lfu' xrrlfllgwr' iff, Nuriliwustcrn little Tlicalcr pcrfurms pliyx in urigiimi scts, ciiousux cast from Lir.mi.uis:s classus. divides group imu rlircu troupcs. This yur Klic tmupcs pcrfnrmcd .ui original play for cliildrun. "How Do Angels Gut Tlivir Xvingsf' Svulril, ifllflfis. X'Y'ccrn1.111, P, Hours, Xl. Roncl, IS. Tiicurct, K. Kiilimi, S. Rgxmxburg, U, Omgnrni, ii. Gwiu, H. Huffnmii. li, Tntspaugli, SNVOHII mu- S Ru' l,. Marlin, K. Kcrr, P. Xlaiiiicl, N. Xlimriqiri, I, XIcNcill, Cf. Druids, M. Nfurmy, S. Irwin. R. Koonuc, T. Smith. xiililllllf flu' fillill f!iIlL'!Il'X"'.lfC time wripl wrixurs for time Niuvic Ruvuc. S. Ru .mai C. I.illg.lfCIl discuss script Liialoguu as 'l'. Smith works on J Song for tlic Show liuld on Nlnrcll I4 .md 15. Cfymyus ,, USZC xi 'NW Qi - 118 v,. 1 Bi "U'5 9 yf "Ill . X -, v Y, , !'a4X'rj1Y?gx l' 'J fl! . 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' .1 I , f - ' ,I f ' n 3 -A' ' Y 1 The L G Balfour Company IS proud of the privilege to serve the students of Northwestern Senior Hugh School as official manufacturers of the Senior Class Ring Wear your ring proudly It is a mark of intellectual and moral achievement We ex Graduating Seniors May your future he filled with success happiness and above all good health Lee Collrnson Your Bal our Representative 711 'I4rh Street NW SO THIS Is IT' P Grasso and Balfour representative M Collxnson admire Buchanans school ring Leiwxxslm wrulmllos or the 1957 GRADUATING CLASS Negatives of portraits appearing in this boolc are kept on file should you wish to re order 1007 MARKET STREET PHILADELPHIA, PA. U l I . . . 4, , o o - r i X 1 . - 'E gl? tend our congratulations and sincere wishes to the ' I A X f X . S 7 ' , f . A- l I I I l x , . ' , r. ' J. ' . Textbooks New and Used We Stock All Um ersxty o Maryland Requzred Books and Supplxes BUY USED BOOKS AND SAVE Sell Back To Us For Cash' MARYLAND BOOK EXCHANGE O mal U o M Class Rmgs PENNANTS SEAL JEWELRY NOVELTIES 7501 BALTIMORE AVENUE COLLEGE PARK MD Mlmature Golf Course Off! ffZ6,zf Q ff 2440 CHILLUM ROAD West Hyaftsvalle Maryland Washington D C AP 71717 .V . f . A ff" - f - ' C""""ime"'f QUEENS CHAPEL of . . ' ri Q uallt means so much 0 re-'rw' fi V535 lgifffp Xia 'K Compliments A FRIEND Compliments 0 THE HENRIETTA SHOP 3028 Hamilton St W Hyattsvllle uccnf Clvapel Slvoppmg Center UN lon 4 9309 LAWSON AND SONS PHARMACISTS 5802 Baltimore Avenue Hyattsville Md Phone UN 4 4043 FREE DELIVERY We Ser :ce All Maker CAVALIER TV AND RADIO SERVICE Day and Nxglvl .Serwce UN 10h 4 7602 3805 34th Street Mt. Rainier, Md. WILSON S SMART MEN S STORE 3118 Queens Chapel Road Hyattsville Md open Nlghfs T11 9 oo WArf1eld 7 3168 Radios H1 Fx Records Plvotograplrs UNIVERSITY LANE TV Sales and Servxce 2424 University Lane HArrlson 2 2340 EMMART'S SUNOCO SERVICE 6824 Riggs Road W. Hyattsvllle, Md. HA 23425 ROAD SERVICE For A Draflmg Supplies A Arlut Matcrzals A Home Paints Try MUTH First College Park Qualxty .Since 1865 HALLMARK CARDS AP pleton 7 8I81 Compliments Of REDSKIN FILM COMPANY 4110 29th St. Mt. Rainier, Md. WA 7 4628 Q ' iii Y. vfflf jfqk ' L lil X A-ul' ,X 'll I W Q mil I ' S' A It I I ' f X 'X' ff 4 I AIUJ, of I l . ' . . ' ,Ma. . IQ v ' 1 A ' ' WA 79804 Queen s Chapel Barber Shop Gus Masxncupp Prop 3108 HAMILTON STREET West Hyattsvnlle Maryland Hours Dally 8 to 6 I wt I m Marwland and nan! t s U wo r nm CAII JOHN A WENTZ mp I rea utate ru uxtom Iwome a xp za tx Ou' 'V u Addr C 5412 Queens Chapel Road West Hyattsvllle Md Nur t Sulwurlwan Trust Banlc 0900 fleclncal Qnlraclorl Q R T N E A S QE LECTRIC C0 9 AP pleton 7 3000 Complmzentx Mel Ron Fabrlc Shop 5420 Queens Chapel Road lQueens Chapel Shoppmg Centerl West Hyattsvllle Maryland UN lon 4 7913 Complxrmnts c Palrrxzr ford fuaranteed Und Cars and fru PALMER FORD INC Franlc P Palmer pnsxdmt WA T900 3032 Hamilton Street Hyattsvulle PEELERS OF MARYLAND Plfk Up and Dtlxur W Optra! Our Oran Iant 6227 Baltrmore Avenue Ruverdale AP 7 5500 THE BOSWELL BURKE COMPANY 4327 Gallatin St Hyattsvllle Md Htatmg Axr Condxtxomng WA 78400 WA 1 8401 Busmess UN non 4 9l78 HYATTSVILLE AUTO BODY Custom Auto Pamlmg and Auto Body Work body and Paxnt Work Our Sperxalty 5000 Rhode Island Ave Hyattsvnlle Md Dick Curtm Res AP 70431 Marche and Company H ORIST5 AP pleton 79500 4800 Rhode Island Avenue Hyattsvnlle Maryland HARRY S AMOCO SERVICE Harry W Hall Amoco Txres Batteries Afcesyorzes lgnztzon and Brake Service 5000 Rhode Island Ave Hyattsvllle Md WA rflelcl 7 4555 WA rfxeld 7 4556 PAINTING PAPER HAVGINC' Interxor and Exterior H L Brockway 3108 VARNUM STREET Mt Ramler Maryland MISTER Gem ral Home Repaxr Autfrorxzed Frzgxdaxre Sales and Senxce Free' Eftlmdtff 3720 Rhode Island Avenue Day NA 83713 Nlghr AP 7011" Over Twenty Year, In Mt Ramxer frm lu' ' I ' 0 6 I' u In L' - ' A I-L7 If L' 5 I Y. KC I-CC, L. 5 CL., I I C' A Cf 1 4 -. . I ' . . , . O L. 7- . I I f . v If v . . 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I i. . ' ' I a , . . Of I , E - . . I 0 of I U . . . . . ,, . 1. I . 1 . . i . f . I D a I 0 . . . I . . ' f . I . HAINES MOTOR COMPANY 3600 Bladensburg Road Cottage Cnty Md WA 76500 or 17 Years The Honze 0 ualxty Automobzles Complxments EVERETT SIMON MEN S WEAR College Park Business Center College Park Md for Nr Finest m Dxamonds Watclres and Sterlmg Sxlver Visit Flelsher s Jewelers Chnllum and Queens Chapel Roads Queenstown Sllopplng Center Mt Ramler Maryland AP pleton 7 0906 Compleze Repasr Deparrmenr On Premsse Complxmenrs o JULIUS H WOLPE 8- CO INC ewelers Since 1910 7316 Baltimore Avenue College Park Md Becomes ualzty Conscxous We Wash E-verytfnng m Iwory Soap RE publxc 7 5400 LUSTINE NICHOLSON CHEVROLET AND OLDSMOBILE Ser-rmg Prmce Georges County or 34 Years Peace o Mrnd Always Guaranteed on New and Used Cars Baltimore Avenue on US Route No 'I N! HMI! If fl! 'Nh 6- tt nrffffmr 'N--"' Accountancy and Flnanclal Admlmstratlon Courses WA 7 7200 l'lY0fl'5V'lle Md Leadung to B C S and M C S Degrees CONGRATULATIONS Give specific training for accountmg posltlons furnnsh basis for advancement to executive posts prepare for CPA exammatlons Day and evening classes Coeducatvonal SENIORS' Catalog on Request Albfechvs Pharmacy BENJ College Pa rk Maryland AMIN FRANKLIN UNIVERSITY 1100 SIXTEENTH STREET NW at I. Washington 6 D C llpublle 7 2262 N - Q I F , '- fQ ' ' . of n . . ' f J . , . XII ' 'IKM sERGMANN's LAUNDRY .skflx f Q I I , - I' ff f ' 71 I I I f LISENBEES JEWELRY COMPANY Fme Watch Clock and ewelry Repamng For Fne Generatxons See Us For Sflwol Rmgs 5217 Baltnmore Ave Hyattsvulle Md WA rfleld 7 4706 Complxments GIRLS CHORUS COUlpl1mCHfS AHRENDT INSTRUMENT COMPANY College Park Md Complxments A FRIEND Complxments NORMAN FORD 8315 Baltimore Blvd College Park Md KENMAR SHOP Fasfnons For Suburban Lwxng College Park Shoppung Center College Park Md THOMPSON S SERVICENTER 6900 New Hampshire Avenue JU mper 5 l33l Takoma Pork Md COLLEGE PARK GIFT SHOP Bernard Rosenberg G1 ts For All Occasxons Greeting Cards Statxonery Art Supplies 7334 Baltimore Ave College Park Md AP pleton 73900 HA 29664 HARTLEYS AMOCO SERVICE LEARN TO SAVE SAVE TO LEARN Lubrxcatzon Washmg Waxmg Mxnor Repaxrs 6543 Ager Road Hyattsvulle Md Compliments W R HUGHES COMPANY REAL ESTATE 5850 Ager Road W Hyattsvllle Md AP 71400 ssouatzon Sponsor o Northwestern Tlmt System 8485 Fenton Street Sllver Sprung JU 59000 South Perry Street Rockville PO 26100 TIME OUT FOR REFRESHMENT MEANS TIME TO ENJOY Iwo Ice Cream 'DMecdowC Gold Always Tops In Taste gferg, Complxments 5'l Restaurant, Inc 3105 NAYLOR ROAD Meadow Gold Products Company s"'e' lm" M"y""'d I . X , - . of . , . Of Of , . . 'I I ' I ' . I .f I s . . - . . -- I I ' ' I W . 1 o f 'f of - -1 . . I . - T Jlir' 5 Of f l 'Al f 9 . . l IIT' II't'Ifmr1r Ivmlurs First Baptist Church of Hyattsville 5701 42nd Avenue Rev. Henry R. Osgood. Ilzvtur SOUTHERN OXYGEN COMPANY UN ion 4-2345 2900 Kenilworth Avenue Bladensburg, Maryland H. G. ROEBUCK 61 SON Incorporated 2140 AISQUITH STREET BALTIMORE 5-untew Zctdagzapdaa Auto I.: e and I"xre Insurance HAROLD R KEYS STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES 2nd Floor Langley Shopping Center HE 42121 WA 70666 AT YOUR SERVICE Suburban Trust Company O :ces Serving Prmfe Georges and Montgomery Counties Resources Over 5100 000 000 MEMBER F D I C PERFECTION I.. PP INDUSTRIES Heating Azr Condxtxonxng Heat Pumps Water Heaters Ranges Space Heaters Only IIRIECYIOV Has REGULAIRE W C MEREDITH Dxstrxct Manager A. C. TELEVISION AND APPLIANCES Bob Farr Jack Bendure 636 Pennsylvania Avenue SE Washington 3 D C AP plemn 7 4282 Get a Iflflvale o a Deal Standard Pontiac, Inc METROPOLITAN WASHINGTONS LARGEST PONTIAC DEALER Wm P Settle Business Manager 7125 Baltimore Boulevard College Park Maryland GASCH AND SON Funeral Home AIR CONDITIONED Serving Tins Communxty For One Hundred Years 4739 BALTIMORE AVENUE Hyattsvllle Maryland WArf1eld 76100 0 18, MD. ' , f , 'f ' y 14 ff. . . , -.,.,,3F3.,.- . 15 " ' , ' Business A Cappella Choir Dr Thomasj Blackwood AlbertI Bulloek,D D S Compllments, Homeroom Complnnents, I-Iomeroom Future Homenaakers of Amerlca Future Nurses of Amer1e1 53atrons Hi Sei Club Loeal Fmance, Inc MUSIL Club Old Lme Barber Shop Student Counell Suburbln Trust Company Tom Hulfish Fxnance Co I' I' I' I' I' I' and Mrs Ind Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs A NI Ahalt Paul NI Ambrose Alun Anderson Irlnlt Iiltot Rtymond Hanley Robert II Bam Betty Balhnyger Mr and Mrs amesl Balshy XX Carroll Beatty Mrs Frhtl Blsh Mr and Mrs VC m Bltdsol VI Ilham Brasvull XX alter A Brotkvmy Semors Mr and Mrs ohn IN Broulllre Bmnm Burltlty Mr and Mrs NIJFUIIW Burton Imda Sue Bushnell Mr and Mrs Alun Caldwell Mr and Mrs M C Carptnttr Chrnsty Carter Mrs Robert I. Carttr Mrs Dorothy Cartmtll Adtlaxde C Clough Comphments of Students Xielun CO7I1OV skI Irnda Cuttmg, Iudy Dahhn Mr and Mrs N O Dahhn Mrs Dorothea Dawson A DeIt7 MD Mr and Mrs ArthurC Dems Nlr and Mrs DI Sxlno Mr and Mrs Robtrt Dnxon The Duffs umety Fvsmg Mrs Ronda Flste Mrs Ahee I Flowers Mr and Mrs Bert Frlcdtman Qhrrley Frnedeman Haney I' Frutter Pauhnz. Cxlbert Mr and Mrs S NX CJIIILIILSPEYSEI' Harry Gleeovrer Mrs Fyelyn Ghsson Mr and Mrs W rn Harry Gould Mrs r Her I' PauI Grun and Mrs Gundhng bertj Gupton Sr and Mrs G -I Haeussltr and Mrs Iohn Halttr and Mrs L Fred HamIlton Mrs Hardmg Tatrons r and Mrs I M Har my, Ithard Hardmg r and Mrs Wells Harrlngton r Xnlhan II Har IS Sam Hatthtr Mr Aubrey Hoover Mrs Mable Hooser Don Hotthkxss Mary Ilotehkns Mr Ind Mrs INeIl Hotehluss Nfr and Mrs F Carrol Howard I Irdvun Hutchlnson I rank and -Iohn Hyatt Dr and Mrs George R Irvun Ionathan amts Mrs Y I anda oan W Ilson Mus lxtrftr Iohnson Nlxss Dtyona Kuthlu Ilarold R Ixeys Xir and Xfrs Dxck Ixeys Ixrttx Iulhan Mr and Mrs ohnI Ixnorr Irank I Ixorkxsch Mr and Mrs Daud I.a Brosst Doe Iatona Iorton I' Layman Mr and Mrs Sxmon I.ebovsIt7 Nir and Mrs Leo Lombardx Mr Ieo Lombardn r NIIIKK. Ion Mr and Mrs W Ilham Lynn Nirs Charlesli Lytle 'Susan R NISCKCDZIC KV MI,Donald Nflr and Mrs I'dw S MtKeown Dmah MLNIIIISD Nhss Flame McNeIll Mr Iohn .I McNelIs Ia Iut McQueen Ioytt Memhardt r and Mrs Ralph Memhardt r and Mrs W C Meredrth r and Mrs D S Mrrchell r CHILI Mrs I' I lyock Iames Motk Mr I V Moran Mr Iostph Murphy Mrs I leanor Murray Nlr and Mrs Alfred Nelson 'Ntws Bureau Hwabeth I NOIIIS Bette M Haney Ni Norvmz Mr and Mrs ohn Orloslu Mr Tony Pasqual I at I lame Pflugnr Nlr Idward Phnlhps ames PIIIIIO Virs rfnlly Post Prmce George s County X MCA uxll and Stroll Idm I Rntttr Nhss Rrta Robmettt Nhss Helen 'NI Roe Mr and Mrs I II Rogers MarI,artt Rogers Mr and Mrs Wrn I' Roll Mr and Mrs Robert B Rolhns I' I' I' I' I' I' DI Mass Mamle Ronca Mlthatl Ronea and Mrs Robert I Runyan and Mrs I Wade Sadorus nme Sanders and Ni rs and Mrs and M rs Frank Sana7aro Don Sendenspmner Maleolm Shapard Blaxr H Smnth Mr and Mrs C D Snuth Mr and Mrs C harlts Smxth Daye Snnth Mrs Robtrt Snnth XY I' Smxth 'wlr Sam Smxth Tom Smxth Franco Soldatt Mr and Mrs Iohn I' Qpexcher Mnss Florune Spnel-tnall Ixartn Sutherland Doris Taylor The Taetts Iet A Terry Mr and Nirs H C S Thom Mr and Mrs I P Turner Peter Txmosherlu D I Ymexo Robert Yolland Mr and Mrs Robert Walhs Iean X Wtbbtr Don NY eseott Fred V Ilhamson l' I' 1' I' and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Fred W Ilhamson I I Wm ree Sldney W Inston George Y Young 200 ' . 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