Stevensville High School - Islander Yearbook (Stevensville, MD)
- Class of 1956
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Bill Smith, Paula Palmer
We should like to express our
appreciation to the many people
who have helped us with this year-
book for 1956: Mrs. T. Walter
Denny, yearbook advisor, and the
members of the graduating class of
'56. Only through all these corn-
bined efforts was our work made
more enjoyable. And now we turn
over, for your approval, THE
ISLANDER for 1956,
We hope it will serve as a re-
minder to you of your pleasant
days here at Stevensville High
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Ruth Haddaway fmanagerj
Your life in high school is like crossing a breeze-
way, There will be sunny days and rainy days,
Some will be stormy and some snowy, But when you
combine all the bad and the good days you've seen
since you first set foot on the "breezeway of life,"
many years ago, and record and save the results,
you will note when you read them in the future that
they almost entirely seem pleasant.
Here in this yearbook we are recording the
many pleasant memories of this year, as we, the
graduating class of '56, take our last few steps across
this short breezeway of life,
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MESSAGE TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1956
As you traverse the highway of life, there will be many,
road signs to guide your progress, You would be unusual if
you did not fail to read and heed some of these guide posts,
Therefore, there are two to which I would like to direct your
Sign number One: RIGHTS EQUAL RESPONSIBILITIES
In our democratic society we are blessed with the most
liberal endowment of human rights known to man, However,
we must be aware that for every right given to us there is an
accompanying responsibility to safeguard this right and use it
wisely, In a way of life where men are not told what to do,
they must decide what needs to be done and how to do it,
Then they must work to see that their decision is put into
Sign number two: RESPECT EACH INDIVIDUAL
No man exists who can say that he is truly superior to
another man, People must be judged for what they are, not
what you might want them to be, Respect for each individual
--his opinions, his beliefs, his way of life--is absolutely
necessary, if you are to be happy in this world, You need not
always agree with your neighbor, your friends or your enemies,
but you are obligated to give them the freedom to hold their
viewpoints and to argue for them,
If you will look for these signs and take heed when you
see them, I feel that you will make a worthy contribution to
your community, your country, and the world in general, I
am sure that these signs will guide you th.rough a full and
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Chester, Maryland Queenstown , Maryland
Senior Class Officers
EDITH TURNER- - ---- - - Secretary
PAT LYNCH - - - ---- Treasurer
RICHARD AVERY- - - ' - - Vice President
BILLY SMITH - - - - - ------ President
MOTTO: Give us courage and gaiety and the quiet mind
COLORS: Pink and grey.
FLOWER: Red and white carnations.
Page Sponsored by PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION
STEVENSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL, Stevensyille, Maryland
MARGARET JANE ALTHOFF
Blonde hair--Blue eyes--5'5i"
Softball 1, 2, 4.
Everyone 's friend, that's Jane. Although she
seems quiet on the surface, she has a wonderful sense
of humor and a fine personality.
Jane is really a lover of baseball. During a World
Series, you can usually find Jane and Sis comparing
notes about the game coming up or the game just played.
As for Jane's vocation after graduation she is undecided.
But with her quiet and easy manner, we are sure she
can achieve any goal she desires.
Favorite saying: l don't know!
Parting words: I have enjoyed being a part of S. H, S,
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IDA JEAN AARON
Sandy brown hair--Blue eyes--5'5"
Volleyball l, 2g Glee Club 1, 23 Safety Patrol 4g Class
Secretary lg Class Vice President 2.
If you look down the hall at S. H, S. and see a pony
tail bouncing along, you can always bet it belongs to
Ida Jean, who's rushing to help Mr. Romanition com-
plete some more work. The commercial field is
strictly Ida Jean's line. She is a thrifty and accurate
typist. Her speed of seventy words a minute sent her
to Salisbury at the end of her junior year to compete
in the State Typing Contest.
Ida Jean is the sort of gal who can talk her way
into or out of any situation that may arise. She really
enjoys the good side of life. Her carefree manner
and amusing tricks have kept our class laughing in the
past six years.
Ida Jean plans to spend her future doing stenographic
work. With her ability and personality to depend on,
we are certain she will succeed.
Favorite saying: Hope m'die
Parting words: Stick to it, kids, you'll never regret it.
RICHARD EDWARD AVERY
Brown hair--Blue eyes--5'l0"
Soccer 3, 4g Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4g Student
Council Representative lg Vice President 4.
When Dickie was asked what his favorite subject is,
he said, without thinking twice, that it could be more
than one subject, girls! When he realized he had not
given the expected answer, he added that bookkeeping
is his favorite school subject.
Although he has participated in every sport offered,
he says basketball is his favorite, He has played on
the team since his tenth grade. Even though his skill
on the basketball court has helped a great deal to
make him popular, his personality has contributed as
Dickie thinks Uncle Sam will be wanting him
after graduation. Whatever he may do, we wish him
all the luck possible.
Favorite saying: You ain't too bright
Parting words: Could be worse.
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BERTIE ELIZABETH BENTON
Brown hair--Brown eyes--5'6"
Fieldball 1, 2g Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, 3,45
Safety Patrol 3, 4, Glee Club 2.
When you're walking down the hall and see an
attractive dark-haired girl standing by the office,
that's Bertie, serving her duty on the Safety Patrol.
On Friday evenings during the winter months you
can usually figure on Bertie's being with the basket-
ball team playing her position as a guard. This is
her favorite SPOFI, and she plays it well.
Bertie chose the commercial course. Ever since
the ninth grade she has followed it, taking typing,
shorthand, and bookkeeping. Of these, shorthand is her
favorite. Her future occupation, needless to say,
will be that of a stenographer.
Favorite saying: Oh, stop it!
Parting words: Don't ever quit school.
VIRGIE LEE CLOUGH
Dark brown hair--Hazel eyes--5'8"
Fieldball lg Volleyball l,4g Glee Club lg Reporter
for Little Journal 3.
Virgie is the girl with the vivid imagination. She
tries to keep good grades, although she would rather
spend her time in telling jokes than in studying.
Virgie is very well liked by her classmates.
She especially likes cooking and has been a great
help to her home economics class.
After graduation she plans to be a housewife. We
wish you happiness and success, Virgie.
Favorite saying: Stop it, already!
Parting words: Enjoy yourselfg it's later than you think!
RODNEY DAWSON BRITT
Black hair--Blue eyes--5'8"
Business Manager, Little 101117331 3: Sports Ediwf,
Recorder lg Glee Club, 2, Safety PatIO1, 3-
Rodney has acquired the name "Professor" fI0m One
of our teachers. When he wears his brown-rimmed
glasses he really resembles one. Rodney is sh0rt irl
comparison to the other boys in our class, and this
fact has won him such aliases as "Teddy Bear" and
The most noticeable thing about Rodney is that
he never goes to class with a pencil or paper. "Any-
body got an extra pencil?" he will repeat in five
classes a day.
For the past two years, in his capacity as barber
shop assistant, Rodney has been almost shaving people
bald-headed - -giving some mighty close crew-cuts, at
We are quite sure he will succeed in his future
Favorite saying: I don't know!
Parting words: Stick with your guns.
GEORGE FRANK COUNCIL
Brown hair--Blue eyes--6'2"
Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4g Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4.
Frank is the fellow who has a great tendency to
rip his trousers. lf he is missing from class it may
be that he is working on some extracurricular activity,
but there is a good chance he 's at home changing his
Frank is a quiet boy in class and one who is always
willing to abide by the decision of the majority. His
ability to respect authority will be a great help to him
in future years. From the way he talks, serving in the
Army will be his occupation. Good luck, Private
Favorite saying: Never touch the stuff.
BEVERLY ANN CROUCH
Blonde hair--Blue eyes--5'3"
Fieldball 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g,SOftba11 1, 2,
3, 45 Glee Club 2, President of Class lg Vice President
of Class 3: Reporter, Little Joumal 3: Assistant Editor,
Recorder 35 Assistant Editor, Islander 45 Vice President
Student Council 33 President of Student Council 4g
Girls' State Representative 1955.
Bev is one of the most active girls in our class,
civicly and scholastically. Her ability to lead has
been proven through her high school years.
Along with fulfilling her many responsibilities,
Bev enjoys relaxing and having a good time. Her love
for sports is tremendous and her skill in basketball,
fieldball, and softball has won us many victories.
We are sure she will prosper in the field of nursing.
Favorite saying: Cracking up, aren't ya?
Parting Words: I've enjoyed my years at S, H, S, , but
l am eager to find out what the future will bring.
RUTH ELIZABETH HADDAWAY
Brown hair--Brown eyes--5'4"
Fieldball 1, 2, 3, 4g Co-Captain 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3,
4, Softball 1, 2, 3, 45 Circulation Manager for Little
Journal 3, Student Council Representative 3, Adver-
tising Manager on Yearbook 4.
If there's a game of any kind going on, you can bet
that Sis is somewhere near. She's a fiend for sports,
as a glance at her record of activities lets you know.
Along with being a good athlete, she 's a good
student and a fine, sincere, straight-forward person.
She 's one of our all-around gals.
Making a long-distance phone call next year, you
may hear an operator say "Number, please" in that
full rich voice that belongs to Sis.
Favorite saying: No kidding!
Parting words: Keep up the good work at good ole
S. H. S.
MICKEY GORDON GERNERT
Black hair--Hazel eyes--5'l0"
Safety Patrol 3, 4, Soccer 3,43 Basketball 4, Baseball
1, 2, 3, 4.
If there's anything that has to be done, Mickey is
willing to help--that is, if he can thereby get out of
a class. Speaking seriously, Mickey is remarkablv
helpful, whether it's in decorating for a dance or in
liming a field for a game.
He claims his favorite subject is physical education
Actually that is almost the only class he takes part
in. Most other class periods he spends reading books.
Mickey has one outstanding talent--teasing. As
for his occupation after graduation, he hasn't decided
definitely, but we feel sure he will accomplish worth-
Farorite saying: Who-o-oo???
Parting words: I'll see you! !
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JOHN LAWRENCE HAMMETT
Blonde Hair--Brown eyes--6'
Soccer 3, 4.
"Lover" Larry is the Romeo of the senior class.
He is usually seen pursuing for, should we say, being
pursued byj his favorite pastime, GIRLS. Very seldom
is he seen with the same girl two times in succession.
Although his job keeps him from being on the
team, he developed a love for basketball this year.
Larry is very neat in appearance and is one of the
best-dressed boys in our class.
Best of luck to an ardent bachelor.
Favorite saying: "Aw' righ' now"
SYLVIA JOAN HORNEY
Light brown hair--Blue eyes--5'2"
Volleyball 1, 2, 3,45 Fieldball 1, Glee Club 19 Class
This personality plus gal is one of the two "Joni 's"
in our class. You can recognize her by her unusual
laugh. She has a carefree philosophy that makes
her have fun in all her activities. She loves to dance
and jumps at the first chance to learn all the latest
Joan is one of our star volleyball servers. Many
of her serves have brought game victories.
Class work, for the active Joni, is just another
choreg she does well in her studies. Cooking and
sewing take up her free time.
An undecided future lies ahead of her now, but we
are sure Joni will be happy with whatever the future
Favorite saying: All right now!
Parting words: lt's up to the Juniors now.
SAMUEL WHITE LOWERY, JR.
Brown hair--Blue eyes--6'3"
"How's the weather up there, Muscles?" is a
facetious question you can hear anyone ask Sam. He's
tall all right, and every inch a really good guy. He's
one of the tallest in our senior class. Muscles likes
athletics, as well as hunting, fishing and carpentering
with his father. Nor too keen on girls, he sticks with.
his buddies Tommy and Frank.
Favorite saying: No indeedy no.
SYLVIA KAY HUNTER
Blonde hair--Hazel eyes--5'3"
Fieldball 2, 3, 4g Volleyball 2, 3, 4: Cheerleading 2, 3
4g Glee Club lg Photograph Committee on 'Yearbook.
Sylvia is another of the alluring blondes of our
class. She loves to dance and you can usually find
her dancing with her blonde pal, Joni Nash. Sylvia
loves sports, especially volleyball, and is one of our
star players. She loves cheerleading and this year
has helped train the younger girls in cheerleading.
Sylvia has no plans at present as to what she will
do after graduation, but we know she will work hard
in whatever field she enters. We wish you good luck
in the future, Sylvie.
Favorite saying: That's about the size of it.
Parting words: It's been a long but wonderful journey
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PATRICIA ANN LYNCH
Brown hair--Hazel eyes--5'6f"
Class Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, News-
paper Staff 1, 3, 4, Secretary Dance Committee 3,
News Editor of The Little Journal 3, Business Manager
of The Islander 4, Safety Patrol 3, State Chorus 4,
Chairman of Senior Write-ups Committee 4, 1952
Attractive, intelligent and admirable, Pat is one
of the most active members of the senior class. She
is very interested in people and life. Outstanding
in class and school activities, Pat has served as
treasurer of our class for four years. It was under-
standable that, with her musical ability, she should
be in glee club three years and this year be chosen to
represent Stevensville High School in the State Chorus
that sang in Baltimore for the Maryland State Teachers'
Convention. She carries a full schedule as business
manager of the yearbook and chairman of the Senior
write-ups, Pat has an ingenious way of getting things
off her chest without making enemies. We believe
she will lead a successful and happy life.
Favorite saying: Anybody got anything to eat?
Parting words: Your school years are the best years
of your life but you don't realize it until it is too late.
BARBARA ANNE NASH
Brown hair--Brown eyes--5'5"
Softball 1, Fieldball 1, 4, Volleyball 4, Glee Club
1, 3, Little Journal Reporter 3, Chairman of Photo- I
graphy Committee 4,
Feel blue and out? Well, you won't for long if
you get around Bobby Anne, She is one of those
persons with "topnotch personalities. " On the dullest
of days she can liven things up. You can usually
find Bobby Anne dancing with Paula, or making merry
with Sylvia or Ardee. She does very well in her studies
and takes an active part in class projects. A great
many of our parties and dances have been sparked
by her wonderful ideas.
Marriage will be a fulltime job for Bobby Anne
after graduation. Here 's best of luck to her.
Favorite saying: Ole' bean.
Parting words: Keep smiling!
THOMAS HOPKINS NORRIS
Brown hair--Blue eyes--5'9"
Soccer 1, 2, 3, Baseball 2, 3, 4.
Tommy, a likable, dark-haired gent, is really
looking forward to graduating this year. A habitual
tease, Tommy spends a great deal of time at this
pastime. Although he has been heard saying he doesn't
especially like school, Tommy is active in sports and
class activities. Tommy has been cheered many times
in baseball and soccer games, in which he is an en-
When a trip for any project that takes us out of the
classroom, is being planned, Tommy at once is in-
terested. He is a willing worker and has often been
seen getting ice or decorations for a dance. Tornmy's
future is undecided, but we are sure he will make a
success of whatever vocation he may choose.
Favorite saying: Who?
Parting words: So long.
JOAN ESTELLE NASH
Blond hair--Blue eyes--5'2"
Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4g Fieldball lg Cheerleading 2, 3, 4g
Newspaper Staff 2, Glee Club 1, 2, Safety Patrol 4,
Islander Advertising Co-Chairman 4.
Joni is one of our "cute-as-a-button" blondes. Ioni
and Sylvia are usually found together.
Joni is the happiest girl you have ever seen. With
that good sense of humor, she is forever producing
funny stuff to keep us in stitches. She has a great in-
terest in typing and clerical work and has been an
assistant in the principal's office for two years. Of
course this interest doesn't prevent Joni from finding
time to cut up with Mr. Romanition!
After graduating, she plans to take up clerical
Good luck, Joni. Stay as sweet as you are.
Favorite saying: See ya in the funny papers!
Parting words: Be good and study hard.
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PAULA RUTH PALMER
Blonde hair--Blue eyes--5'4z"
Class Secretary 3, Reporter for Journal 4, Subscription
Manager for Yearbook 43 Senior Write-ups 4, Safety
Patrol 3g Fieldball 4.
Should you be depressed, Paula is the girl to see.
She will cheer you up in a hurry with her gay nonsense
and easy friendliness. Blonde and blue-eyed, she 's
very attractive. She is busy this year, taking sub-
scriptions for the yearbook and ordering the seniors'
announcements, name, and thank-you cards.
Paula puts enthusiasm into everything she does,
whether it be dancing, classwork or managing some
class project. To her, responsibility is a privilege,
not a burden. She may always be heard cheering
loudly at pep rallies and games. When Paula graduates
and joins the service, her cheery smile and enthusiastic
friendliness will be missed by many at S, H, S,
Favorite saying: Oh, my!
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FLORENCE TEKLA RISLEY
Blonde hair--Blue eyes--5'5i"
Fieldball 1, 2g Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Softball 1, 2, 3,4g.
Glee club 2: Photographer Committee Islander 4,
Safety Patrol 3, 4.
This cute blonde who upsets the sports field is our
own Tekla. Being one of our star players, Tek is usually
seen where our teams are playing.
We don't understand it, but Tek seems to have a
brown-haired shadow. Wherever you see Tek you see
Much of Tek's time is spent in the commercial
room. She plans to make a career of secretarial work
after she graduates.
With her friendly and efficient way we feel sure
of her future success.
Favorite saying: You're afflicted.
Parting works: All good things come to an end.
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PHYLLIS JOAN SMITH
Dark brown hair--Blue eyes--5'2"
Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1.
If you see an attractive brown-haired girl up to
her ears in informal stationery, it's Phyl. Writing letters
is one of her favorite pastimes. In her spare time,
when her mood is not literary, she is usually seen
Her outstanding feature is her long fingernails.
We often wonder how she manages not to break them.
Phyl's favorite sport is volleyball, for which she
goes "all out. "
Upon graduation she plans to become a housewife.
We feel she will make a success of her life.
Favorite saying: Oh well, we all gotta go someday.
Parting words: All good things must come to an end
ARDUTH NAOMI SMITH
Brown eyes--Brown hair--5'5i"
Fieldball 1, 2g Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4g Glee Club 1, 2g
Senior Write-up Committee--Islander 4.
Ardee plans to become a model after she graduates
She is intensely interested in planning for her future.
Dancing is one of her favorite pastimes and in
the morning before school and at lunch time she can
be found gyrating in the gym. Volleyball is her favo-
rite sport, and when the volleyball season arrives she
spends much of her time on the court practicing.
Ardee was elected in our junior year to represent
our class in the May Court.
We hope that after graduation Ardee will find
success in her chosen field of work.
Favorite saying: Are you for rea1?!
Parting words: All good things come to an end.
vvrLL1AM LEONARD srvnfrn
Brown hair--Hazel eyes--5'10"
Soccer 3, 4g Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45
Subscriptions for Yearbook 4, Safety Patrol 4g Class
President 4g Student Council 4.
If you should walk in on a senior class meeting,
you would find our class president, Billy, conducting it
in an able manner. Good-natured Billy laughs and
jokes readily, but when it is time to be serious, he
becomes so. One of the best-liked boys in the class,
and chosen by the class as the boy most likely to
succeed, he is reliable and may always be depended
upon to help decorate for school dances and other
affairs. This year he is busy selling advertising space
for the yearbook, rushing to Student Council meetings
or to his post as a safety patrolman, or hurrying out
to the athletic field to practice.
Billy is one of our most athletic boys and is an
active participant in all sports.
MARGARET PRICE STUBBS
Blonde hair--Blue eyes--5'6f"
Volleyball 1, 2, 3,4g Captain 3, 4.
If you peek into the senior homeroom and see a
head of blonde hair bobbing, and two bright blue eyes
sparkling as their owner laughs with her friends, you
can be sure it is Peggy.
Her interests vary from hillbilly music to Jimmy,
with a little bit of liking for office practice. Dancing
is another of the favorite pastimes. She can usually
be seen pushing her 1949 Ford Convertible early
every morning before schooll
If you ever need a helping hand, just call on Peggy
She loves to help people, especially when she gets
out of classes to take them home!
Favorite saying: Oh my golly!
Parting words: Good luck and goodbye.
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Light Brown hair--Blue eyes--5'4"
Cheerleader 1, 3, 4g Fieldball 1, 2, 3, 4g Softball 1, 2, 3,
4: Majorette Captain 2, 3, 43 Editor in Chief of the Little
Journal 33 Editor in Chief of the Islander 4g Reporter
for Kent Island Recorder 2g Regional and National
High School Poetry Winner 2g Second Place County
Essay Contest Winner 2.
If you have attended any games at S, H, S. in the
past four years, there is no doubt you have seen Trudy
in action. An outstanding cheerleader, she is noted
especially for her acrobatics. In her sophomore year
she had her poem "The Tide" published in two
anthologies as a Regional and National High School
Poetry Contest Winner. She received the honor of
serving the past year as a teen-age panelist for the
Woman's Home Companion.
To Trudy goes a lot of credit for the publishing
of The Islanderg she spent much time and energy
working on it during the summer as well as during the
Trudy plans to attend college after graduation and
major in English and Art. We have a lot of faith in
Trudy and her abilityg as a class, we chose her as the
girl rnost likely to succeed.
Favorite saying: Great Scott!!
Parting words: It took the whole school, junior and
senior high, to make this year the terrific year it has
been. I hope all the ones that follow will be as wonder-
FRANKLIN HERBERT TOLSON
Light Brown Hair--Blue eyes--6'2"
Soccer 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 43 Representative
Dance Committee 33 Representative May Court 3.
"Tall, good-looking, and friendly" is the best
way to describe Frank. With his versatile ways, he
can adjust to any situation. Laughing and blushing
are Crane's main characteristics. He loves to tease,
but invariably blushes more than the person he is
Frank was chosen as the most popular boy in
Stevensville High School for 1955-56. He is a class
favorite as well as a favorite throughout the school.
In Frank's sophomore year he was chosen to represent
our class in the May Court, and in our senior year he
was chosen as the best dancer of the class.
With his friendly and likable ways, Frank should
be able to succeed in anything he undertakes.
Favorite saying: Aw'right now!
Parting words: I'm long gone.
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Brown hair -- Blue eyes -- 5' 5"
Volleyball 1,2,3,4g Glee Club 1,3,4g President of
Class 33 Secretary of Class 4g Representative Student
Council 2g Senior Write-ups Committee 4.
Edie, a clever girl, joined us during our senior
year and has done a lot to help our class. She is one
of our most industrious students and a great pal. A
good part of her time is spent in the library doing
homework or just reading good novels. She also en-
joys sewing and has proven to us that she is quite a
seamstress by showing off some of her smart clothes
around school. A friend to everyone and a helping
hand for those who need her, she is quite a gal with
a wonderful personality. We wish het success as a
Favorite saying: Wait a minute.
Parting words: Make the best of your school yearsg it
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Brown hair -- Green eyes -- 5' 6"
Volleyball 3,4g Fieldball 1,4g Glee Club 1,2,3g Kent
Island Recorder 35 Feature Editor of The Little Journal
4g Safety Patrol 3g Senior Write-ups of The Islander 4g
Advertising Committee 4.
"Pretty, vivacious and popular" would describe
Rose perfectly. She is usually seen in the auditorium
with her pal, Pat, dancing. Whatever she does, she
gives it her best. It is interesting just to hear her talk
for she has a knack for making the most insignificant
incident seem exciting and interesting. She has been
active in school organizations, especially in the Glee
Club. Popular with students and teachers alike, she
was chosen the class favorite in her sophomore year,
After graduation she plans to become a teacher and
we are certain she will make a good one,
Favorite saying: You can get it at the drug store.
Parting words: I enjoyed every year at S. H. S.
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I, Bertie Benton, leave my success as a guard on the basketball team to Joan Holden.
I, Ida Jean Aaron, leave my ability to take typing cool, calm, and collected to Ronnie
I, Frank Tolson, will my height to Larry South.
I, Billy Smith, leave my skill for playing a clean game of ball to Wesley Ruth,
I, Ruth Haddaway, leave my taste for wearing the color red to Sissy Clough and Kay
I, Edith Turner, leave Peggy Willis my power for behaving in class.
I, Tekla Risley, leave my love for milk to all those who drink it.
I, Barbara Nash, leave my knack for being class clown to Mariam Holden.
I, Sylvia Hunter, leave my efficient ways of expressing my opinions to Mr. Draper.
I, Joan Horney, leave my love for ducks to all duck hunters.
I, Arduth Smith, leave my liking for volleyball to Marlene Benton.
I, Larry Hammett, leave my experience as a lover to Stephen Ruth.
I, Patsy Lynch, leave my capability as class treasurer to the incoming senior treasurer.
I, Sam Lowery, leave to Butch Collier my ability to attend school each day and be on
I, Peggy Price, leave my talent for distinguishing Fords from other cars to Joanne Bam-
I, Virgie Lee Clough, leave my love for Bills to anyone who has a lot of money.
I, Mickey Gernert, leave my continual teasing to Buddy Holden.
I, Frank Councill, leave my number 22 soccer jersey and my success in getting along
with the referee to Carlton Sparks.
I, Rosalie Usilton, leave my daily boat rides to school to Nancy Crouch.
I, Phyllis Smith, leave my talent for dancing to Linda Cox.
I, Paula Palmer, leave my long thumb-nails to Mary Cecilia Ewing.
I, Trudy Truitt, leave my enthusiasm for Centreville dances and ball games to Linda
Epperly and Ginny Bell!
I, Beverly Crouch, leave my skill in sports to Patsy Buckel.
I, Joan Nash, leave my natural blonde hair to all carrot tops. QMr. Smithj
I, Jane Althoff, leave my quietness to Bobby Nichols.
I, Tommy Norris, leave my place in the cafeteria to Bobby Benton.
den, ninth gradeg and Scotty Dance, tenth grade.
We, the Islander Staff of '56, being sound of mind, leave all the staff meetings to Joan
I Rodney Britt, leave the title "class clown" to Steve Dance, eighth gradeg Buddy H01-
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William F. Smouse
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nichols
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Palmer
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gardner
Red Coach Inn
Dr, and Mrs. R.V. Truitt
Mr. Willy Porter
Mr. and Mrs. George Haddaway
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reamy
Mrs. Margaret Thomas
Mr, and Mrs. Medford Golt
Mr. Christian Gernert
Smith's Radio Shop
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mroczek
Mr. John F. Usilton
Miss Catherine Kirwan
Eggleston Jewelers, Annapolis
Mr. C.R. Althoff
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Althoff
Miss Pat Althoff
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Smith
Mr, and Mrs. Frank Britt
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Severa an
Patsy and Charles Ringgold
Florence and Gilbert Dunn
Holiday Motel, Grasonville
Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Burton
Emerson Tarr and Family
Mr. and Mrs, Lem Gardner
Evan's Gift Shop, Grasonville
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Ruth
Clevenger's Fuel Service
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thompson
E. D. Diggs Oyster House
Scot Point Lodge
Mr. and Mrs, James Weston
Mrs. Katy C. Ewing
Mrs. C. Cuther Wallman
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Saddler
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Crouch
Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Lynch
Mr. and Mrs. William Wyatt
Mr. Harry Gardner
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Stevensville Bank, Stevensville
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ewing
Edmund Swann, Painter
Elizabeth and Leonard Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Emory Horney
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gernert
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stevens
Bata Shoe Store, Easton
J. F. EWING, Proprietor
Phone: Stevensville 3552
C nicken Steaks
Chester , Maryland
Stevensville 32 31
Sunoco Gas and Oil
Electric Welding - Auto Repair
Chester , Maryland
Stevensville 42 12
Chester , Maryland
Gas - Oil - Tires
Chester , Maryland
J. DUDLEY SPARKS AND CO.
Mobil Gas - Kerosene - Fuel Oil
Chester , Maryland
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HARDWARE AND GR OCERIES
Phone: Stevensville 3972
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Queenstown 2681 1
Tydol - Gas - Oil
High Quality - Low Prices
Gras onville , Maryland
LEONARD SMITH, Proprietor
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the Seniors of '56
Chrysler and Plymouth Cars
Fully Equipped Garage
Gas, Oil, and Grease
Goodyear and Atlas Tires
COMPLETE FOOD MARKET
Stevensville , Maryland
Painter - Contractor
Paints - Sporting Goods
Stevensville 3 781
Groceries, Fresh Meats
Phone: Stevensville 2352
Hardware - Men's Clothing
Footwear for the Family
Stevensville 2351 - 2052
TEXAC O SERVICE
U . S . Highway
Phone: Stevensville 2711
Kent lsland Shopping Center
"Kent lsland Estates"
"Romancoke on the Bay"
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THE BEST OF LUCK
THE CLASS OF '56
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Upon Your Graduation
Success and Happiness
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Phone: Queenstown 2111
Contractor and Builder
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Route U.S. - 50
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General Auto Repair
Machinist and Machine Work
Body and Fender Work
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Plant: Queenstown 2891
Distributor: EUGENE ROBERTS
Phone: Queenstown 4692
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C. G. DUNN Complete service for
Phone: Stevensville 3451 Chester, Maryland
"A Pleasant Place to Meet"
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Eastern Sho' Cooking
on U. S. Route 50
ROBERT KIRKLEY, President
Phone: Queenstown 3971
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Wye Mills, Maryland
LEONARD R. RISLEY
CONTRACTOR 8: BUILDER
WILLIAM EI. AARON
ARTESIAN AND DEEP WELLS
PUMPS AND WATER SYSTEMS
STEVENSVILLE, MARYLAN D
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SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
110 BALTIMORE-ANNAPOLIS BLVD.
GLEN BURNIE, MD.
Catering to Musical
Partie s and Entertainment
AIR CONDITIONED RESTAURANT
Phone CO. 3-9726 - 3-20ll
Open 8 a.m. to 1 a.m,
If i rn ba' '95
Gras onville , Maryland
One Mile East of Bay Bridge
Owned and Operated
U. S. Highway 50
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Che stertown, Maryland
CHURCH HILL MOTOR CO.
MAURICE E. SMITH, Prop
Studebaker Cars and Trucks
Tires - Tubes
Accessories - Repairs
Church Hill, Maryland
Route 50, Near Goldsboro Street
Telephone Z1 l -W
Church Hill, Maryland
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Phone Queenstown 2371
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WILLIAM L. ROBERTS, Prop.
Block Ice and Cubes
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FATHER AND SON SHOP
154 Main Street
Open Friday and Saturday until 9 a.m.
Town and Country Shoes
Loafers - Flats
Best Quality in Annapolis
Style - Shoes and Evening Shoes
Anngolis, Maryland C01, 3-3412
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The Home of Nationally Famous
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Monday, Friday and Saturday 'til 9
North Washington Street
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H. W. RUTH AND SON
Plant at Kent Narrows, Maryland
Queenstown 4681 - 2525
Hersheys Ice Cream
Phone: Queenstown 3434
SHEARER, THE JEWELER
111 N. Washington Street
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185-187 Main St. - Annapolis, Md
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Open Week Days 7 A.M. - 8 P.M
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Corner Cross and Maple Ave.
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232 Main Street
H. B. NICHOLSON
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Rug Repair and Binding
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First and Grove Streets
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