Towson Catholic High School - Hilltop Yearbook (Towson, MD)

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Y- f 'i - A ., -. ma 'WN QR-'31 .---1 RT. REV. ARCHBISHOP FRANCIS PATRICK KEOUGH We 3 Um We, the students of Towson Catholic High School, welcome the arrival of Arch- bishop Francis P. Keough to the diocese of Baltimore. On his shoulders lies a. heavy burden. the responsibility of safe- guarding and encouraging the religious and social morals of the people of Balti- more. We hope his stay will be long and enjoyable and we know that he will meet with the same cooperation that was given his predecessor. CATHEDRAL OF THE ASSUMPTION S' .feadeizfi RICVIQRICNIJ FRANCIS A. XVIQICL To you, Father, we would like to ex- press a heartfelt thanks for your direc- tions in athletics during our first years of high school and for your continual interest in the Altar Boys' Society. We high school students are proud of the privilege of serving at the Altar. , 'ur- A-0FF""Q .awI""t. " REVEREND MYLI-18 MMLCJXVAN Sinee your arrival, Father, the in- auguration of the Soeizil Clubs has been a souree of great entertainment and pleasure to the students of the high school and the graduates. We appreciate your zealous interest in us. SISTER MARY LEONITA To you, Sister Mary Leonita, our homeroom teacher in both junior and Senior years, we owe a sincere Vote of thanks for guiding us during our school years in Mathematics and Religion. We also want to thank you for the wonderful proms that we attended for the previous three years and that we will always remember. SISTER MARY JULIUS, PRINCIPAL For the past year our high school has been under your capable supervision, Sister Julius. As principal, you have been our advisor in many problems which we faced. It is more than fitting that we bring in a word of thanks for your guid- ance in the preparation of this year book and also for your kind and understanding instructions in languages. From you we have learned to appreciate the beauty of classical music. Our yearly operetta has always been a symbol of our school career and we thank you for your unrelenting aid in this pro- duction. May God's love and graces always be with you! SISTER MARY CAMILLA Under your capable leadership, Sister Camilla, our Sodality has Hourished during this past year, and we especially thank you for this assistance. We have not had your guidance in studies, but your instructions in Religion, English, Biology, and I Art have beneHted the underclasses greatly. Q I A , I' f , Wi fl! LJ 4,417 ,f,4,,i 707,11 J 'jg X l ff! 'ffi Em aacu SISTER JOSEFITA MARIA We want to thank you for giving us food and drink when we needed it, your capable manage- ment of our cafeteria has been a source of relaxa- tion zmd enjoyment during our lunch hour. We do not forget your valuable instructions in Biology during our Sophomore year, and commer- cial subjects in our junior and Senior years. And we will always remember our past two proms to which you gave so much of your time to make them the success that they were. rf Elia' f. ef .If ' ' . . A 'i.'f-'fl-3. , .f,.. . SISTER ROSE MERCEDES It is to you, Sister, that we owe a debt of gratitude for introducing us to our high school life. Your valuable assistance and instructions during our Freshman year strengthened us both morally and socially. From you we have acquired an increased knowledge of History, Current Events, and Algebra. For this you shall never be forgotten. SISTER ST. MICHAEL Coming to T. C. in our last year, many of us were unfortunate not to be under your supervision. However, we know of your esteemed teaching in typing and shorthand, also your invaluable instruc- tions in English to the underclassmen. Gm fm! awk? sbs. pwsvd asv-TYXYAJWJ ' Xfxs secooo gear oi condo- ' Xx bcoofgox iwxe xo mx ooxsxaooxog ' etNXaYJX6 Xixs 9, X0 . 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Cunningham, and Vera Enright are studying in the yard for their "finals" Eddie Bermel, Vera Enright, Mary Patrick, and Ray Cyr have a talk during lunch-time. v"f'5 Rose Comes and Dot Gamble are snapped while watching some happenings on the grounds. Bob Carney, Dot Gamble, Do- lores Marx, Paul Noppenberger, Stan Reider, Peggy Rudgier, Do- lores Heilman, Jeanette Rade- baugh, Oaky O'Connell, Fred Walzog, and Andy Bartenfelder form a part of the 3 o'clock charge. joe Hogan, Joe Dieter and Joe Lynch are caught as they talk in front of their Patron Saint. C, Wills, C. Mullhausc-n, Rubcling, L. H655 K. Dovkmnn, D. Fuhrvr, and J. MCCinn. vi 3.5, I QQ? 19' 5' 'MAE SAB .ff in pa P D. CZHIIIIJIU, R. CXOIIIVS, D. Svoboda, M. Svidl, M, I. Cunningham B. Lvons, M Pitrick J nn 5 was Ex Fl X Q Aw ww '- KKQXN A.., . M-C' Q D4 H-'1'. , J. R.d.-la' 1, 'Mf Hgrfffnj. Mf.fff121R1nK. D0fkqn1E1f1,lui1ld K. Zta M Ashby. 4 in M i A Q sk W Q 3 . N 'V is U f N541 A A . U L " 'k:' 'Rf ' , as on R Ai A f" . ,J . A , W 'W-S S Q :INS 5 M, i! l a QA Q pr' 5? J n 1'-Q ,, .1 bf 'Pgn 5155 .W 'W fs -he ...Ku 041. fqppfmue Zffeolfiue Jfeafid Paogfmm Health, the boon of manis earthly exist- ence, is an asset not overlooked by Towson Catholic students or faculty. Our expanded physical education program has a threefold objective: to train us mentally in quick, alert, accurate and coordinated thinking, morally, by self-restraint, fair play, clean thoughts, physically, by clean bodies, well- trained and highly developed physiques. Thus, T. C. students should be well pre- pared and fortified to become "the men of tomorrow." I8 ,,.--1-" Coach Cassandra Iwfudd rv- vicws scores of gzunvs with Alhlvticf offivcrs. I..-ft to right: Jvanncttc Radvhziugh. prvsidcnt, Pvggy Rudigicr, scrrvtaryg Cassandra Mudd, voarh, und Dottie Sf'hzu'c'h, vivo-prcsidcnt. Quadra Baum S .Seddon WLM 14. 14. ggicmd BOYS, ATHLETIC ASSO- CIATION OFFICERS. Lvft to right: Eddie Hocck, prcsidc-ntg Bernie Andvrson, sccrm-tziryg joe Hogan, vice- prvsidcntg discuss highly successful basketball season with athletic director, Al Bzirthchnv. Z ilu. 'N ug NN 1 G. SM: Man goalie!! Qfaamapa X, as , ,Q .. V.. g Q hx , S .. . i til Chick Scrivener Oakey O'C-onnell For the second straight year the six- man football team of Towson Catholic has copped honors on the all-star squad. This year the entire first string, consisting of Anderson, Noppenberger, Davis, Serive- ner, Getzendanner, O'Connell, was chosen for positions on the first and second teams. Receiving first team laurels, Bob Getzen- dnnnenwas Chosen top halfback of the league, while Joe Davis, the first freshman ever voted to a six-man all league team, was eleeted to the left end position. On the seeond team four Owl players filled positions: O'Connell at halfback, Serivcner at quarterback, Noppenberger at center, and Anderson at right end. Paul also got an honorable mention in blocking. 20 o 'AQ s. 4. it Bob Getzendanner I jf Joe Davis GU! was .0606 5'1- 86, X . With only one year of six-man football under their wings, the Owls flew through an undefeated and untied season to cop the Scholastic Six-Man Football crown. Averaging 39 points per game to the opponents' l21,Q, T. C. downed such expe- rienced stalwarts as Boys' Latin, defend- ing champions, and Mt. St. joseph's. Now, with two years of experience and a championship under their belt, they look forward to an equally successful sea- son in l9-48. X a 21 l, Bernie Anderson ' X, .if ' et 1 YW' 'Y' -4:3 E9 1. ,425 ,si fl'-lie Father O'Neill poses with the pre-season six-man squad before the last K'cut." Bottom row, left to right: B. Getzendanner, J. Martin, G. DiMenna, Father O'Neill, D. Mudd, J. Cobo, B. Anderson. Middle row: Coach Barthelme, E. Hoeck, J. Davis, P. Noppenberger, M. Minker, H. Walsh, C. Scrivener, R. O'Connell. Top row: W. Casey, P. Curley, G. Parks, T. Byrnes, J. Wheeler, C. Wehner, J. Anderson. FOOTBALL SCORES ., Towson Catholic .,,... 20- -Shepherdstown ...... 12 4 'WT' Towson Catholic ..,... 44fB0ys' Latin .............. 10 K Towson Catholic ,.... .62-St. Paul's ............... ,l2 x Towson Catholic ...,.. 28-St. Joseph's .............. 6 Q Towson Catholic ...... 31-Boys' Latin ..,......... 12 t , Towson Catholic .,.... 41-St. Paul's ..,.......,,.... 13 ef Towson Catholic ...... 41-St. Joseph's .............. 22 Towson Catholic ..,. 267-Opponents .........,..,. 87 Coach A. Barthelme shows his starting football team some plays he will use during the coming season. Chick Scrivener, Joe Davis, Paul Nop- enber er Bob Getzendanner Bernie Ander- .W , wr? vt P S ' son, and bakey O'Connell lodk as if they en- joy summer practice. Chick Scrivener hits a "stone wall" against Shepherdstown, Cen- ter Paul Noppenberg- er arrives too late on the scene. YL " vi! v., If L'Hnnds off," says "Power House" Curly as the tries to brush oH"a Boys' Latin tackler. Joe Davis was a little too late to render aid. "Line Buster" Oakey O'Connell gains 5 yards for T. C. through Boys' Latin cen- ter as joe Lanzi opens the hole. Bob Gvtzendanner is off on one of his usual long runs: this time it's against Mt. St. Joe for a T. D. ,J Oakey O'Connell, Paul Noppenberger, Chick Scrivener, Bernie Anderson, Bob Getzendanner, and Joe Davis show smiles of approval as they begin summer train- ing at Beaver Dam. ails. -- 1' ' s qs' n 5 . Um Jlfwe S Seann l W ,. o .,A.NA.. WA 5' Owl varsity at offsvt of first year in "AH Conference Baskctball. Top row, left lo right: CCoachj Al Barthvlrnc, Ed Borlncl, Ears Shuo, Captain John St. Lf-gcr, Arky Vaughn, Chick Scrivcnvr. Second row: A1 Karwarki, Bones Shun, Dave Mudd, Bob Getzendanner, John Cobo. Owl J.V. stop prartivc to take ll look at ll shot instead of taklng one. l L ch K Proff F Mays D Goodhuf-s Al Left to fight: E. DcMCnna, P. Spangvr, yn , . , . , - . , Barthelmc QCoachj, T. Byrhs, W. Qucnzcr, J. Butt, P. McCabe, J. Bruns, R. Flshpaugh, J. Emm. Chick Scrivcncr rattles the cords Six-foot-scvcn center outjumps St. Leger C111 for rebound as Ed x .3- background. awson Catholic ...,..,..,.. 33-Abcrdccn ..,........, ..,..,.. 2 1 Jwson Catholic ........,... 49-Camp Holabird ..,.......,...,. 46 Jwson Catholic .,..,.....,. 74"---Alumni ,...,.....,.,..,.....,..,.., .47 Jwson Catholic ,........... 22-- State Tm-ache-rs J. V ........... 20 Jwson Catholic .......... 1084-Bel Air .............................. 27 Jwson Catholic ..........., 64--Franklin ..,.... ......... ........ 2 6 Dwson Catholic ............ 86--Glen Burnic ,..........,.....,.... 37 Jwson Catholic .,,....,., .60 ---- Sniithtown CN. YJ ....,,....,. 59 Jwson Catholic .,.......,.. 33-Loyola Collcgc "B" ......,,.. 41 Qwson Catholic ........,... 42- Vct. Tc-ch. City College .,,. 34 Jwson Catholic .......,.,.. 40--Bayport LN. YJ ,.........,..,., 28 Jwson Catholic ',., .,....... 4 0-f-Babylon KN. Y,J ...,.,.....,..,. 32 Jwson Catholic ....,..,..,. 363 Boys' Latin ,...,..,..... ....... 1 3 Jwson Catholic ............ 35- -f-- Calvcrt Hall .4....,,., ....... 1 31 Jwson Catholic ....,....... 80- Glcn Burnie' ,.........,..,,..,..,, 41 Jwson Catholic ..,........, 57--National Guard ...,,........... 37 Jwson Catholic ....,....... 72--St. Mary's, Annapolis ,...,... 21 Jwson Catholic 4.........., 48---Friends ...,.......,.,.,.........,..., 31 for two points against Boys, Latin. Lc Brun 1171 with a one-handed push shot. Bang! That s all as Owls nose out Sniithtown by one point. Bcrmcl follows up his shot, in the Towson Catholic, ..,..,.... . Towson Catholic ............ Towson Catholic Towson Catholic Towson Catholic Towson Catholic ............ Towson Catholic ............ Towson Catholic ............ Towson Catholic Towson Catholic ..,......... Towson Catholic, .......... . Towson Catholic .,........., Towson Catholic ............ Towson Catholic Towson Catholic Towson Catholic ............ Towson Catholic ............ Towson Catholic .,...,...... St. Paul's School... Kenwood ............. Loyola ........,........ Gilman .........,.. Mt. St. Joe ......... McDonogh ......... St. John's , ..,........ . Sparrows Point .,... Park .,.....,............. Hopkins Freshman National Guard Annapolis High Holy Name ......... State Teachers ..... Gonzaga ............... Towson A. C ..,..... Towson N. G ......,. Bel Air Streaks ...,. It's all tied up in a tight game as you readily see by the facial cx- pressions of T. C. Cagers. Left to right: Cobo, Coach "Al," Scrivc- ner, O'Connell, Karwacki, and Goodhucs. The latter is in dccp thought. N X5 xx Captain St. Leger fakes for a pivot shot against Smithtown. VARSITY ST ATISTICS IX-ame P F F C' John S! Leger B Cewendanner Tom Vaughan Ed Slxue m l Ed Ber e Will Srrnener Gene Shue End of a fast break as Bones Shue KIOJ gets ready to make a lay up Getzenclanner Q31 follows up for rebound F T Total 87 147 47 85 V5 58 60 98 41 91 I4 49 '72 35 "Ears" Sh 6900 59 QS swf awe B u 4 eifo CX Chick Scrivcner Owl Center john St. Imgcr C131 hrvaks through Boys' Latin zone dvfrnsc- for a push shot as Vaughan f4j comes up for rvbound. my I John Colm 27 -111 7-111 87 A 5 A. Karwarlcl , 10 24 ll-13 54 , 5 Dave Mudd . 7 5 li-1-l 115 A n ' 3 Barry Goocllmcs, 5 -1 1-2 9 ' ' H Dick Offouuell 2 I4 Q-11 ll A ' nf jim Conlon 2 U 1-5 1 If 'I'eam'1Auta1 481 714 327-016 1,755 f E f 5 if 5 Arky Vaughan l liclzclulaulllcr 135 passes lu "1i:u's" Shuc 455 for lay-up W' iu Alumni gzuuc. gf' . h . A. -r 'V f .153 1 QL j s kob Gctzendanner . cr Captaifl 1 Ohm St. Leg Peggy Rudigicr Mary Hatch Dolores Heilman Margaret Bushmar MH J-NIJ. Mwjr .fyjj rf! ff Mary Billingslea J ' fl' Anne Mooney rv V -W M' fm! Dorothy Scheach Arlene Davis Mc-dora Kaltenbach Rosemary Matthcv X Mary Lou Wheeler Mary Patrick Joan Enright .Ioan .-Xdums n I 1 17 X L Pl A Ar N . ffl Joan Vanlck , A Elvunor Kohlvs ld gf , up Helen Anderson Anna Lee Cockey Cz1r0lBosslc' I Put Ric-lly 1 Towson Towson Towson Towson Towson Towson Ann Mooney gains two points for T. C. in a fray with the Alumnae. Jeannette Radebaugh, president of the Athletic Association, was elected captain of the varsity by a large number of votes. Jeannette is outstanding for her good sports- manship, her team work, and ex- cellent guarding ability. We want to thank Jeannette as a loyal cap- tain and as a fine player and team- mate. Judy McGinn, a sharp shooting forward, was chosen as captain of the Junior Varsity in her second year of playing. Judy is noted for her tricky shots, quick thinking and timing, and her cooperation. We also wish to thank Judy for her loyalty, ability and cooperation in leading her team to many vic- tories. VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES Catholic .,.. 32-Alumnae .............. 41 Towson Catholic .... 23- Catholic .... 31-Sparks ..,..,. ..... 5 Towson Catholic .... 28- Catholic .... 13-Seton ...,...,..........., 49 Towson Catholic ..., 26-- Catholic .... 9-Institute ...........,..,. 39 Towson Catholic .... 12- Catholic .... 29-N. D. of Md ......... 31 Towson Catholic .... 17- Catholic .,.. 14-Catholic High ...... 38 Towson Catholic .,.. 23- Bel Air Sparks . Seton ........... ........ Institute Catholic Bel Air High ..,.. . 6 .26 .50 .41 .49 .31 Mary Billingslea jumps for this one while Ann Mooney looks on in the Alumnae game. Capable managers prepare to leave for game. They are, left to right, J. Meredith, S. Kleiber, R. Comes. 'S' '58-. Y? 5. E t f i if. . Girls refresh with showers after games or practice. Left to right: D. Heilman, P. Rudigier, M. Patrick, D. Schaech. Towson Towson Towson Towson Towson Catholic... Catholic... Catholic Catholic... Catholic ..,. 7- - Z f K ,. . S? li J. V. BASKETBALL SCORES Sparks ...... , ..... ., Seton ......,..........,.. Institute .......,...,.. N. D. of Md .......,. Catholic High ...... 2 5 's J. Radebaugh, M. Hatch, Towson Catholic .... 17-Sparks .... ..,.... 1 9 Towson Catholic 15-Seton ...,.. , ...... 16 Towson Catholic .... 9-Institute .,......,..,.. 21 Towson Catholic 7-Catholic High ...,... 3 5 Dotie Schacch racl-zs up two points for T. C. in Ahunnae games. M. Kaltenbafth in back- ground. a the junior-varsity game with eton Joan Enright jumps for a ish 'pass with Mary Patrick in Peggy Bushman races for the ball b k in the varsity game against Seton. me ac ground. I Mary Lou Wheeler, a freshman, came through to the finals and captured the badminton championship. Winning two out of three games, with Mary Billingslca as her opponent, Mary Lou became the T. C. badminton champ in her freshman year. B www, la qw 5,1944 Mary Billingslea and Mary Lou Wheeler, the bad minton finalists, battle it out for the championshi 014617 awZinq7eam4 K'Booty" Rossbach, high scoring bowler. Freshmen practice calisthenics in Gym class. D. Hcilman, A. lvfoonry, NI. Patrick, A. Arnold, B. Gug- erty, B. Chvtlat, J. Hart, D. Schacch, M. Billingslra, H Rossbach, fqppaaide i E X m X X A X-It N X A-gil un 'x.LJ lil 15.1, ' lik' 'il' q Zcanamic ll' y -.4 as li l up an ? Now that we have reached our Senior year, one question recurs frequently, put to us by friends and relatives. "After Gradu- ation-What?" Indeed, we have asked our- selves that same question many times. Everyone wishes to follow a line of occu- pation that will be congenial to him and bring him a fair reward. Some will prefer further education in order to follow ia chosen profession, while a commercial ca- reer appeals to others. And some have not yet been able to decide what occupation they will pursue, requiring more thought and prayer to make a decision. Whatever we choose in life, if we put our best efforts into it, success, or at least satis- faction is likely. Under the guidance of our late beloved Father O'Neill and our patient and understanding Sisters, the High School years which we have just completed have been a preparation for us to take our place in the world confidently. L' 'G 0,1 Dolores Marx, Senior typist, is vxzlmining her typcwrittcn Copy. 35 Swan 61444 Gffmm ,sgwsnv-Wi Cl? 01 X Q5 XX SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS, left to Tighff Edward Hoc-ck, treasurerg Junc Byrd, secretaryg Joseph Lynch, vicc--presi- dc-ntg Bernard Anderson, president. L' Fourth year au. 57 Sfdnsion n IS ' . flldenf ' f V -,S .S mfr dt tho boaord. Jrgzl s Ag . f der the capable gmdance 0 5CniorS, un MMe7aoJafg Senior Englidu C1 rh M R x . ass absorbed in hvarin 0 records of Macbeth riuricc' E 8 as vnactrd . vansgRichz ' utcs th x ' c by ird O Connell oper- C vlrtrolzi. 'SU d ncld, Rose , ri me 'Ss X 'X wi' . - f ' tr1c21C1CS 0 I . to the In S-Stvr IuliuS, ddve In I - . h. , Fr0DC d yf 3' scC0n NY History students debate Ulmpressment of Anim-riean Searnenf' Left to right: John St. Leger, Charles Lallutte, Lawrence Ch:-nowithg Chairman, Fred YValzog1 Mary Connor, Jean Meredith, and Do- lores Marx. 5 A2114 ' Senior typists prepare their way to a fu- ture career. Sister Josefita demonstrates the art of fil- ing to Seniors. Left to right: Dolores Bruns, Betty Lyons, Vera Enright, Doro- thy Gamble, Dorothy Svoboda, and Mae Sr-idl. id an gmac! cmcf Z Science Senior Math class interested in problems of Trigonometry. Left to right: Joseph Dieter, Stanley Reider, and Joe Lynch at the board. A class in business enterprise, miineograpbing, stenography, and typewriting. Left to right: Katherine Dockman, june Byrd, Dolores Heilman fseatedj, Jean Gugerty, Do- lores Bruns. is 'ug - Sq' ,R .,k.r 'ini QU 1 KU Seniors, Sliorthand being dem- onstrated by. Inf! to right: Mau' Seidle, Dorothy Gamble, Judy lNIc'Cinn. The Press Club is deeply engrossed in the next edi- tion of the Ozrl. Left to right: Dolores Marx, Peggy Rudigier, Larry Chenowith, Mary Con- nor, joe Lynch, Charles LaHatte, June Byrd, Ber- nard Anderson. B1 rn 1rd Andi rson xersatile Senior, Class ' ' ' W X Prlsidc nt all four ycars and Editor of the V is Z Uul oui sahool piper. C 3, . is QW ii xx ,, R X x . gxv'-X , no Librarians, left to right: Mary Connor and Rose Comes, are referring to the National Encyclope- dia, while Dorothy Gam- ble is filing scientihc data. Jwmflwmq Um Su " 7fxe 461114, Naam " JUNIOR GIRLS First row, left to right: J. Montell, A. Kelly, J. Hart, B. Chetlat, M. Flick. Second row, left to right: S. Kleiber, A. Arnold, S. Faisant, J. Enright, B. Gug- ertv. Third row, left to right: D. Comes, M. Clynes, V. Hiekox, D. Jacobs, M. Rider. Fourth row, left to right: P. Bushman, P. Turnbaugh, P. White, M. Billingslea, E. Fishpaugh. Fifth row, left to right: M. A. Ferguson, D. Schaech, A. Mooney. JUNIOR BOYS First row let to ri ht.' Mcflabe - If L' J- , J- Cobo, J. Quick, R. Docrer, B. Goodhues, Second row, left to right: E. Marsh, B. Slirnbach, E. Mullen, D. MiChac'l, H Spott. Third row, left to right: E. Cloney, Frick, J. Billingslca, J. Stricker, D. Hay word. Fourth row, left to right: W. Casey, P. Curley, Lanzi, Butt, Dotterweich C. Scrivener, F. Williamson, K. Bare ham, A. Susemihl. M JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Left to right: Joseph Lanzi, Fran- ces Sweeney, Dorothy Schaech Edward Mullen. i 'lliird-yczir Chemistry class ohscrvc-s Dis- tillation of YN'Q1tvr. Lvft to right: Stanley Frick, Kvnnctli Bzirvhzun and Albert Suse'- milil perform tht- CX1JCflIHCI'lt. Iunior English pupils study poetry by Catholic authors. Edward hlursh and Dorothy -lztvohs display illustration of spn-acl of Catholic authorship. l'ht- Class ringff ont- ol' tht- highlights in 21 Iunior,s lilt-. llc-ro Father O,NCill prescnts Agni-s Arnold with hcrs. 9 N- -M Sonic shorthand charac- tcrs being Pxplaincd to enthusiastic Junior Sten- ography students by Jane Montcll. Am d""1 if Third year Latin students 1n- terested in explanation of Latin time system by Ann Robinson and Mary Clynes. Junior typists at work in T. C.'s spacious, sunny typing room. Tlie solution to a Geometry problem being explained to eager Juniors by Joe Lanzi and Kenneth Bareham. UN X xl X Rx Nv SOPHOMORE BOYS First row, left to right: D. Mudd, G. Brown, W. Dilworth, R. Fishpaugh, R. Comes, J. Luhrman. Second row: C. New, J. Flaherty, P. Spangler, R. Hemler, M. Smith, F. Kieswetter. Third row: J. Sikorsky, R. Childs, H. Simms, S. McGinn, I. Efford, J. Maly. Fourth row: T. Schuck,'W. Regan, J. Strick- land, G. Thuman, J. Michel, J. Schiavone, C. Myer. ' Fifth row: W. Walzog, B. Meyers, H. Shoul, R. Bath, E. Shue, C. Herring. Sixth row: J. Watson, C. Mullen, A. Karwacki, R. Fuhrer, F. Albert, D. Kilchenstein, H. Walsh. 4 .N Vi X A 1 the 5 X . X, NJ X. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Left to right: Joseph Watson, Joh: Schiavone, Mary Mclntyre, Bai bara Lee. SOPHOMORE GIRLS First row, left to right: N. Weigand, L. Shettle, L. Vanick, B. Lee, D. O'Ma.lie. Second row: A. Mix, M. Ady, L. Giammari, M. A. Phelan, D. Moeller. Third row: M. Kirchner, M. Hogan, M. E. Murphy, G. Scheiner, C. Bosley. Fourth row: A. Cockey, A. Davis, J. Hetterich, J. Adams, M. Mclntyre. Fifth row: E. Kohles, R. Losinski, E. Monks, J. Toland. This Sophomore Latin class en- thralled by Verbs the Head, Indirect Discourse t ained by Mary Ilan re. ffP:5A if tifb A --x. , , 1 ,J , N L - ' va Pi li, tl! 1 I 1.- ' 1 , , , , -2 1 ' 'Jf.'.,1 ,, 15515 I 'l l l V i , gf" ' v . Second year Art class absorbed in their work of printing. g. Biology students observe interest- ing microscopic developmentsg Starfish. Future modistes at work-Sopho- more sewing class, Mary Joan Hogan sews her skirtg Pat Reilly tries on her ballerina skirt. 9 the FRESHMEN A First row, left to right: M. Feely, A. Hess, D. Dougherty, C. Kel- baugh. Second row: M. L. Love, B. Bragg, R. Chilcoat, R. Childs, A. Carney. Third row: M. E. Gardiner, B. Goldberg, V. Gilbert, P. Ashby, J. Connolly. Fourth row: A. Love, D. Berry- man, P. Hamilton, M. Kaltenback. Fifth row: R. Gabler, K. Beck, Anderson, J. Arnold, F. Bankard, J. Ernm. Sixth row: R. Kluge, J. Bruns, D. Goodhues, Dotterweick, C. Green. Seventh row: R. Hawkins, W. Kel- martin, J. Wheeler, J. Bunty, W. Blake. Eighth row: P. Kreamer, J. Foley, P. Ellis. FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS Left to right: S. Taormina, M. L. Wheeler, J. Robinson, C. Kel- baugh, J. Arnold, R. Matthews, D. Dougherty, C. Green. FRESHMEN B First row, left to right: P. Schultz, M. Mooney, J. Vanick, M. F. Locke, J. Shettle, J. Staufler. Serond row: A. Morgereth, L. Ru- digier, R. Perkins, K. Oflutt, R. Matthews. Third row: B. Welsh, M. Webb, M. McGrath, B. Nelson, M. L. Wheeler. Fourth row: W. McFarlane, M. Miles, W. Snyder, L. Butte, D. Metz. Fifth row: A. Vanik, A. Toland, J. Stromer, J. Tutchton, F. Mays. Sixth row: R. Voigt, C. Stover L. Warns, J. Sikorsky. Seventh row: J. Robinson, C. Phe- lan, R. Smick, S. Taormina, J. Sikorsky. Eighth row: M. Minker, T. Propf, J, Lynch, J. Zukas. Q 1 61444171 Frcshmvn lwiug quizzvd on Latin Vocabulary from flash vards hvld up by Aubcrta Morgerc-th. - demimelm . ddcf X bsofbcd ln ohm D0 FfCSl'g?gY2Jr2b?eUX5Al'q:5 ghe cami-fa. P451 xi Xniflgue WUC Frcshmrn B History class exchange idvas on maps in solving World His- tory. il 0 HXSXQYY Dux th? Y rvghlua joxnis ln , lhbnfh l ' 1 lu H . 243,65 Ol Num Mk. do Y il QXASS, y mu' .4 fqpfvzaue Galleria! 1 The enlightenment and refinement of taste acquired by the intellectual and aesthetic training makes for a happier and more satisfactory life. Throughout our high school days we learn to love and appreciate art, music, drama, and literature. The prac- tice of all these finer arts gives each one of us an opportunity for the better things of life. MW Rf-gma Losmslrl X Al 7' E ' ufnna 0 nferfaln -M Af F 0 uslbefe Noxember 23 In :he dare .vez for the annual Pall Musicals. Marie Quinn. 86151 Wafsb student nt the Peabody Cnnm-u1r0r,vg Wyll be Me gum mnnist. Mm Qmnr .Q graduate: uf Towson Catholic. has bm-n sludyfng mum' for elvvvn year Howsveq ner ml endeavor into lhe field of n1u.1.u- u-an rlarzring 4111-r - illness whmhxgguh-QU her za mlvc-onlinue her clanmnfr lr-ssons fur a bm' .me decided the piano u-num more .vufznluv weld tn her ram -- r dancing le.-mann were fm' 'fn nndar the age nrw-fn - art of piano playmf- s Jewel Nfvel n Mat :mo 1 P 4 . n , she was In fig,-..-..-. Ham charles La "On with the dance! Let joy be unconfinedp No sleep till morn, when Youth ond Pleasure meet To chose the glowing hours with flying feet." -Lord Byron F fiday S611 lor S en!OY 2? XHQX' ful tr- Pose ' C' Studeffls the typxila dan .Il-llieboxyfn fI'011t of D T.. dance in e Ce, at the H Ye faith- Qyilgen atmogphef . 311OWesen 0 vmiz quam We Qfrou-Lt 5 M, The jukebox gives out with some Due appreciation is given to these " ' Chaperons-Mr. Wills, Mrs. Ru- hot Jive WhlCh makes even joe ' di ier Mrs. Wills, Mrs. Ashby, Ghost's joints jump with rhythm. E , 50 and Mrs. Shure. I ,ig 3 gg From the looks on their faces, N K the juniors and their dates seem ' A H ,Q to be enjoying the music and dancing at T. C.'s Winter Prom. liz! pa 1 "S Cf I 5 Prom committee chairman, Dotty Schaech, poses at intermission with her date, Eddie Bermel. The Towson armory proved to be a typical setting for the Winter Prom, as can be seen by the ex- pressions on these faces. The students dance to an old fa- vorite played by Carl Hamilton and his orchestra. --qw Bleu you .fz P X abit M M s The Junior-Senior girls' glee club entertains at the annual Christ- mas pageant. lx ls The ghost of Jacob Marley fLar- T ry Chenowithj appears to cruel- hearted Scrooge QRobert Hawk- insj. R KROW b CT3 0 Go Q1 is 1 'f 7' -1- . W Hn 'd - n-1:5 fifflffii' 'OL X-No. 5 THE TOWSON CATHOLIC GH SCHOOL, TOWSON, NIARYLAND DECEMIBEII ! Spotlighters Present Ageless Diclcens' Story Eignteenrn century England will win mn nnn nn ent-n or me roi- Jan-nh Marley: ghost V-La :ne scene lor rms years an ionnng nine nignrn, The nm nf nwnn, spirit of cnrmmnf Cnnsunu piny to be given zh se is ine Sp iz 1 Ci sznn-is mum- 134-rnmi Ander- ' Th Pl y 1 ld Psz, cnc- sec d an sp iz nr of christ I " L y A cn v. as Presenz .1 n mc, Rider, 'riny T p f rn- sg 1 r Cn 1 Fr - other members tn F n ,p L L 1 .inf L.-snze, Jw n n In ia , rt vnrney, ' f uf n P Asnny, f H. Shown here are Charlie LaHatte, jimmy Michael, Mary Patrick, and joe Lynch portraying the charactersg Bob, Tiny Tim, Mrs. Cratchit, and Fred. Yrcscm . s S XM Og Ctsrxirgtfs - r ' vi . W-nlld Mffrnsi a 6 ws WTR ibm rt Ha xchii and lor Wei which Bomhavks 1 i 'w awe Amee" iChriSmlaS "Mu . 1' "C h 0 S0He1tI:charms ocks 0 Tsooth I r Gnd e fhe a kl1oH,savCg ed val: east william CO ngfeve l,'1',, Tbe. Snnxov-Sensor Q05 Q66 gym Smgxng a sdecixon iroqn me Yau Ninsxeme, U1 Q P SY-ing r g-ip - - Sy - Y ess.-- P11-,, Hg 1 - I Z , .1 I 1- -:'-1-E-1 Glp Sy ' Ulg, ' ht: Xl. . ne, Y. Y: 6 Ps. X Fmt fow, left to ng Ylxder, M. Yamck, S. Ydxsa man, B. 'NaXsb, Ps. Kew, S. Bit , oXd, Ps. Ysobknson, D. Saeobs. Second Psnderson, S. Metedxxb, 9. dsgxer, D. Gagnbk, S. an, NY. Hatch. Onnnxng- an- Pstn : YY. Y. Ysu Yxekkv M S ' '.xA.Yx r. 1 01,0 baeeb, ks D. NN nson , oqnes, Ys Conno ' the Sc Ysadebang , Third foul: L. bans, S. Lnrkgm, Ys. G M. Ownes. Seated: Nl. Sweet Cbat' " bexn sun nen1,. "hung, Low , ixne oi xnxs nnxnbet the boys gXee dnb. ' 10113, left to 1ight: Y. Wahog, L ksnte, L. Hess, L. Cbenovlkxb, C. Wsbs, X. Cobo. . W ddenbanet, . Third Pssnbi , NY nsb- - xox xs E Q YN s Fmt tfdafsb, S. S Y. Noppenbeiges, , Second row: S. Grkgnes, G ' S. Lsyneb, S. Lanfzfx, C. Lakdmxe 1011-PZ E. Nlnben, Ys. Cys, S. Ynek, X BKXXXngsXea, S. Hogan, Ys. O'C-onneb. Seated: M Connor. -4-7-il'-L V 1 4 - ' 'i 1 51" ' is ' lg I -N' 'nm vfesxsffg-'ffovtsovoofe elm new We foxes mojo: Qne nsxea e. ' Lv me to1iQ,hi2 Ps.Love,Y-sv04snSVM9-UWM' , n Y.Ylnc-ij. Sbeme,X.VansY,S-510065, ' mm, ps, Morgcscxb. Second muy: Wbedcr, L. Ysndxgsds L- Gm' s, P.. Coekeq, X. 'YoXa.no. .Ys'anb,V . L. Gn- xsd. L. Love First ro WMS, Sevlko M, Nloonvl, YJ. Y' NX. Nlaubews, NY. L. M XkaXxenbaeb,L. Home n sfs S. Hogan, Ps.Daw'sS,U Scbeknef, YL. Onnu, Y. Pss ' ig. -- 1 's Ys. nszsnk, . ' ww: . eke, G. ' ebnct, Q i T hu' d ben, M. L0 vXixns,N5. XLW I it-NX E S" al -. Pp ' lp , Ys. Ye . V - Carroll rg,-,ff J Lonnie Marconi is preparing Charlie Phelan for his part as Ll soldier in the chorus. Stephen Taroniina inspects the make-up while Charlie Greene rubs in ll cold cream base. Q,-fk Qlielly XVulsh.i it ' Al'Il'lif'l on the Heal. mulls Sill? 'I duet 'T ' th with S '. L ylvm The Tljuv lllgllsoszhgzhlllle Prawn, X 5655! 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Chuck 1115 In , vefy deflflllel Cx. DO It Iiutlsiulfl ,I Dont KHOIV Hglv I ' 0. ' ' of her t Walsh tellzggxiit Never .son Bags that "Thf1f' Nxdccfefe' Effugh' Me Tha . xsefmfi me W HOW . mc Kring hier pants . XHCIS xnqud dklggote U' 15 OVW X11 Tfoml ad - 'Ck- lvau of 'Km W l ouis. 0 Ab xedxe Cu 655 ' C00 ON P NSLINGSBY. . . ,CHARLESIQHATTE TBUS VAN TROMP BERNARD ANDERSON 'STlDE CANICHE. ,... . LAWRENCE CHENOWITH who wlsh ro purchase, lor rherr own purposes, Prince Franz! ensues ln Zllanlu, E ERCY ALGUYNO . . . KITTY ASHBY mrlllner, has souqht lemporury ernploymenl Ln the laun- ry of rhe "Wh1te Geese" and is rmslaken b mwsby lor vhs los! Pr IN LOUHENT . EWARD HFIYMAN DOTMAN. . , . CHAR!-B WEHNER FOOTMAN J 'N , EWARDHOECK 'S y Mikel and IUCQSB. CHARLES GREEN STDHUV TAOHMINO CHORUS awrencs Hess, Raymond Cyr, Rlchard O'Connell, lohn George Parks, John Gnmes, Thomas SChuch, Robert s, Rrchcznd Doersr, Howard Shoul, lame: Flaherty, appenberqer, Frsdenck Walzoq, Iohn Schiuvons Phelan. Edward Hosck, John Foley. 1 Whne, F ronces Sweeney, l0Qn Vanlk, Barbara Lee, Flannery, Annales Cockey, jeannelte Radsbauqh, ulrnan, Mary Hatch, Dororhy lacvobs, Mlldred Rrder bmbls, Rrlu Perklns, MGTy Lou Wheeler, Elmer 'ry Ioan Hoqun, ludy ML-Gmn, Ivan Adams, Lovs Nuornr Werqand. Peqqy Rudlqrer, Mmy Parnck Hy, ludy Connelly, Rosemary Marihsws, Vera rm Schemer, Dolores Bruns, Suzanne Parson: 'imp M? " X 'M r -F KL fi ig, Xen J! J, 2. 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Mary Connor, is lout to crown Our Lady 21 traditional custom in ay. Hvr assistant pri-- ft, Rose Comm, rvads L- Aft of Conscwmtion iivh is rcpvatvd by vry Sodnlist of Iwfary. Lvft to right: Ativil' Kcll- vr, Nlury Connor LPN-- fcftj. Biziry Blvliin, -login FI'K't'IIl3lll, Rust' Conn-s CViK'L'-Pl't'flxl'lu, Dorothy Fcldmnnn. Ht-rv wc sm' tht- PI'l'il'k'i and hor court lvnving tht' Szinvtuaxry ziftvr Crown- ing tht- lilvssvd Mothcr us Qiivcn of thc' Bfny. of Remember way back in the years of 344 and '45 when the members the present senior class were shy and bewildered freshmen? High School was a new kind of life to us and for the Hrst few weeks we felt like newly born babies in a world ruled by Seniors. A very informal and incomplete initiation introduced us to our new life and companions. For many it was a year in which social events became an increasing part in their lives. Boys, who had before considered dancing "sissy stuff" were seen at several school dances. Our religious enthusiasm was kept aflame by the teachings and guidance of our faculty. Thus our high school career was launched and we looked to the future for increasing knowledge, lasting excitement, and endless enjoyment. As sophomores we felt like old timers. Having completed the Freshman year successfully we felt a little older and a little bright. Boys and girls began to show athletic abilities and several held positions on teams. We all seemed to have lost a bit of the shyncss which we brought with us the year before. The dances saw a larger group from our class. There were several tryouts among us for the Operetta i'Fortune Tellerf, and acting talent was discovered. Our enthusiasm was aroused over thc thoughts of being meas- ured for our class ring, and it finally came time for us to choose our course for the remaining two years. With our paths to the future chosen, all anxiously awaited the Junior Year. enio1IA1q4k A1 , ... k' 1 aa 44,1 if 5 . tj.-5. F' g l an , nll"""' Anot , Juniors. We now felt important. On our shoulders lay the burden of the proms. The school's athletic program was increased by the addition of football and baseball for the boys and softball for the girls. School spirit was at its peak. Our boys' basketball team won the HB" Conference championship. Several of our class held major roles in "Mlle. Modistef' the Operetta. Our two proms were well attended and enjoyed by a good majority of us. All were introduced to new subjects given under our chosen course. Plans were already being made for our all important year and with determined ambition we looked to our Senior year. Seniors at last! W'e had worked and played for three years awaiting this one. Now we had reached our goal. We were the class of the year. Our responsibilities were heavy but we met them successfully and with little difficulty. Again we were successful in our athletics, proving we could match any school in this field. We were engrossed in numerous activities. The operetta this year was the familiar "Sweethearts," All anxiously yet mournfully awaited graduation day. It came faster than we expected. We were now ready to go out alone into the world. Some of us are going to work, others are to continue their education at college. But no matter what course in life we shall follow these f , . our years will always live on in our memories as the best years of our lives. her year and there we were ' em Jac, ow cniuzum out ,ncaa .f is ta. O my God, Thou Who art the God of wisdom and of counsel, Thou Who readest in my heart the sincere will to please Thee alone, and to govern myself with regard to my choice of a state of life, entirely in conformity with Thy most holy desire, grant me, by the intercession of the Most Blessed Virgin, my Mother, and of my Holy Patrons, especially of Saint joseph and Saint Aloysius, the grace to know what state I ought to choose and when known, to embrace it, so that in it I may be able to pursue and increase Thy glory, work out my salvation, and merit that heavenly reward which Thou hast promised to those who do Thy Holy Will. Amen. fi? . Sli hn -71. C I t f L 5 ' Y fr xx' Rs? , wilm Ld H 'TUQXW Sch 1 f-- - L Q,u1u-mm RR iuurghuxh . 1.1 ff ffl fflfy fnflf f ' ff? fi ,- A ll ll flfflnnfzflff f1.xf1flf 1ff1fA flf 1111111111 f f 111.11 Mlfl 11.11 1 ffl . fbllfybllllf. ffllff. fill flflflffffjdfllfbl I1 1lf1.1 1r'l'l,1 flnfiffjnff f?lf'l1'l'lA7!,Xf., ' hlixivhfilllk lllJA"fjiy1nff Zf11 f Allllfllfl .LIQLCZ1 UNI' lclwf' fAl' I 1011 511111, .1 67116, KA f 1 Wnnfaf . 'aff if 1. r ,,. "Bernie', IMlVIACULA'l'E CONCEPTION Club, 3. 4244 L le- 'i fl VCI' Wulf., ri I . ' f' xii' Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . '. Dramatics, 1, 2, 3, , N ' 'f' 't ' 4 . . . Sodality, Class President, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . f , . , J. V. Basketball, 1 . . . Owl Staff . . . Year , .,' Book . . . Varsity Football, 3, 4 . . . Captain I ,, ' Football Team, 3 . . . All Maryland, 3, 4 . . . - , Secretary B. A. A., 4 . . . Vice President Social 'I , . ' X . , f Four-term Andy . . . where are the pins . . . reli- able . . . jitterbug . . . personality plus . . . public menace when driving . . . girl trouble . . . all around guy . . . good dresser . . . honor student. .f"fl -f 1 tx , CATHERINE PHILEMENA ASHBY cfKitty:J IMMACULATE CoNcEPT1oN Glas Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Dramatic, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Sodality, Sodality Secretary, 4 . . . Soft- ball, 3... Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Owl Staff . . . Year Book . . . Publicity Committee . . . Social Committee, 3 . . . Junior Social Club, 3, 4. 9:05 scholar . . . Trig student . . . Where's June . . . Towsonite . . . cute . . . A.B. Pi. . . . sweet personality . . . dancer . . . Penny UD . . . giggles . . . artist . . . stylish . . . Towson High fan . . . next stop, Drexel College. ANDREW ADA BARTENFELDER KlBartyJ: ST. AIOSEPH,S, FULLERTON sodamy, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Glee Club, 3, 4. Strong silent type . . . one of the four horsemen . . . dimples . . . Fullerton forever . . . "Hey, Joe" . . . A charter member of Goetze's Barn . . . quiet . . . always a smile . . . big brown eyes . . . loves French. ,ff ,X 'I EDWARD WILLIAM BERMEL ff ' " ::Edn 0, ff' BLESSED SACRAMENT lj xi" 1 Dramatic, 1, 2 . . . J. V. Basketball, 1 . . . X N , Varsity Basketball, 2, 3, 4. . - xl, I, Easy Ed . . . our sailor . . . photogenic . . . Ear's ' twin . . . fast talker . . . "Good! Huh!" . . . joke , if teller . . . that hair . . . a member of Cam bells' 1 A A 4 f P jf K 1, A household . . . women, women, women. 70 BERNARD FRANKLIN ANDERSON Lf" f' . f ,ff X 3 0' Dj 9 ffpflft ,p fl I ' DOLORES THERESA BRUNS J I Miilujffg jdlul Dolores F l J fl Nw fu IMMACULATE C-ONCEPTION , U , . Gleeclub,l,2,3,4...ch0ir,1,2,3,4... l N l 2 l Legion of Decency Representative, 4 . . . Dra- ' matic, 3, 4 . . . Sodality, 2, 3, 4. fl lv , t Towson girl . . . tall . . . dark tresses . . . coach's MU' sister-in-law and stenographer . . . Vera's twin . . . , Q J ' friendly . . . dimples . . . 12 years on the Hilltop ui . . . sisters galore . . . pretty . . . future secretary. I JUNE JUANITA BYRD "Birdie,' FRANKLIN HIGH Glee Club, 2, 3, 4 . . . Class Secretary, 4 . . . Owl Staff . . . Dramatics, 4 . . . Sodality, 2, 3, 4 . . . Year Book Staff, 4 . . . Social Com- mittee, 3. Pikesville, U. S. A. UD . . . "Joe" . . . "Have you seen Kitty?" . . . cute . . . loaded with personality . . . big blue eyes . . . "Take a letter" . . . jitter- bug . . . horticulturist . . . favorite drink-coke . . . reliable. ffB0bJJ ST. URSULA Sodality, 1, 2, 3, 4. 6' x LAWRENCE EDWARD CHENOWITH, JR. -ll 0 ffLa7ryJJ ST. DoMxNlc Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Dramatic Club, 2, 3, 4...OwlStaff,4...YearBook,4... Social Club, 3, 4 . . . Sodality, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Reporter, 1 . . . Sports Editor, 4. jittery Joe . X. . early morning hitch-hiker . . . Reverend . . . variety is the spice of life . . . juke- box . . . broken bones . . . where's my pencil . . . speedy . . . "But, officer, you were parked" . . Dot, Jesse, etc. . . . Jonnie. 7l ROBERT EMMETT CARNEY Dramatic Club, 2, 4 . . Glee Club 3 4 Built the town of Carney brllllant Gus ,IefT's partner . . . unsung hero of gym class Parkville soda house . . . future lawyer what a sense of humor . . . a dot among the sentences 1 ' 1..f -4' ,' 1 4 flifll .I ' 42 'M' .1 ff f i" K 2 A K' 4, . ' , . , fi' - It ,J-if ' f Jgfffi' ROSE HELEN COMES ' , ' ' ' "Rose" -- ST. josnmr, FULLERTON f Glec Club, l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Librarian, I, 3, 4 . . . Sodality, Vice Prefect, 4 . . . Basketball Manager, 4 . . . Reporter-Owl, 4 . . . Social Committee, 3, 4 . Sodality, l, 2, 3, 4. 7 o'clock scholar . . . conscientious . . . quiet . . . friendly . . . brains plus . . . reliable . . . Latin star . . . Schnaufer's . . . Dorothy and Mary . . . blushcs easily . . . always in a good humor. rlrilnr ' I . 'ii , Q 1' ' Z 1 MARY LOUISE CONNOR Q 3, l ' ' crMa7:v:: If ,X -1' 1 IMMACULATE CONCEPTION ,- -J -l . Glee Club, 3, 4 . . . Dramatics, 3 . . . Prefect, . ' if Sodality, 4 . . . Librarian, 1, 3, 4 . . . Class X ' Vice President, 2 . . . Page Editor, Owl, 4 . . . v- choir, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Junior social Club. J , , Musician . . . "stick with those Birds" . . . 3d page , X difficulties . . . "doesn't have much to say UQ" : ' 1 interviews. MARY JANE CUNNINGHAM Hillary jane" IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . sodality, 1, 2, 3, 4. "Betty" . . . Oh! my hair . . . History UD . . . pretty dark hair . . . Baynesville . . . very nice . . . "Loyola" . . . never has mueh to say Q?j . . . Aca- demic student . . . cute. I .' -4 , , 2 RNYMOND THOMAS CYR I , ' , 'rrRayn Aff' HJ S'1f,.j'OSEPH, FULLERTON l , , , . " 1 , ' Glee Club, 3, 4 . . . Basketball' Manager, 3 . . . I i ' I Sodality, 1, 2, 3, 4. . ,Q 1 , t ' p I, Brooklyn accent . . . Hess and Cyr transportation . " I ,1 company . . . girl killer . . . youse guys . . . "Ray- ,, A 'R' 1' 7" on" . . . Perry Hall . . . that wiggle in his foot f 1 I ' ,I ' . . . history specialist . . . talkative. - . . . pleasant personality . . . always smiling . . . . . . pretty hair and eyes . . . Rose and Dot . . f v ' Y 1.0-49 7? M195 5. 425, 7 W A ,ff ,MMM 7 az, ' 674-KJ JOSEPH MARSHALL DIETER 0'-,oen S'r, josrzm-I, FULLERTON Sodality, l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Social Committee, 3 . . .Dramatics, 3 . . .Glee Club, 2, 3. Good timer . . . one of the four horsemen . . . Barn member . . . "I gotta girl, dime, please . . . connoiseur of soft drinks . scrapper . . . piercing eyes. KATHERINE LOUISE DOCKMAN ffxitll ST. URSULA GleeClub,2,4...C.S.M.C.,l,2,3... Owl Reporter, 4 . . . Sodality, l, 2, 3, . . . Legion of Decency, 2 . . . Riding Club, 1, 2, Short-stuff . . . Shorthand whiz f?j . . . Parkville bus . . . loves horses . . . Hjudy' . . . motor scooter fiend . . . nice to everyone . . . lipstick . . . "Hinkel" . . . pageboy hairstyle . . . football lover. VERA ELIJEN ENRIGHT KIVGTGJ, BLESSED SACRAMENT Bowling, 4. . Benny . . . very nice . always smiling. too" . . . dark hair . . . JA, .f,,,v,,A! I X, 4, ,f ,jd !,.ltfJ,.1,4 f A .nf f fl - ,- .. 6. f r :fr ,lf WILLIAM JAMES DOHMER, JR. fCBuCkJ! IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Glee Club, 3, 4 . . . Dramatics, l, 2, 3, 4. -12 I D ' Future president of something . . . Ruxton lover . . . Varsity Pool 3 and 4 . . . "Hey, Willie" . . . Boy, what a party . . . speed demon . . . after din- nernspeaker . . . the great impersonation National Guard. Dramatics, 4 . . . Basketball, 1, 2 . . . Legion of Decency, 4 . . . Sodality, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Blessed Sacrament . . . "Brush me off" . . . Dolores . . Govans . . . pretty friendly . . . Goetze's fan . . . loves to type . . . "Pat' ST. URSULA bram fnever usedj ? DOROTHY CHARLOTTE FUHRER ffD0tlJ ST. DoM1Nxc Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Dramatics, 1, 2 . . . Owl Reporter . . . Sodality, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Social Committee, 3. Shorthand whiz . . . St. Dominie's . . . Betty and Dolores . . . one of the big three . . . green eyes . . . "Buddy" . . . Pa. correspondent . . . short and cute . . . Feather bob . . . Hamilton . . . known as fiLaHy.!, DOROTHY AGNES GAMBLE ffD0t35 ST. JOSEPH, TEXAS Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Dramatics, 2, 3, 4 . . . Sodality, 4 . . . Librarian, 1, 3, 4 . . . Owl Reporter, 4 . . . Apostolic Committee, 2 . . . Social Committee, 3, 4. ' Shorthand ace . . . typing whiz . . . always writ- ing for the Owl . . . new abode . . . Lutherville . . . "Larry', . . . Sehanufer's employee . . . friendly and nice . . . Mary and Rose . . . likes Pikesville. 74 4 PATRICK JOSEPH FINN Glec- Club, l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Sodality, l, 2, 3, 4. "Buick Special" . . . laziness personified , . . the laugh . . . Oh, Sister, I was sick . . . Ice cream parlor . . . bubbles . . . gangster car . . . Finn Trucking Co .... loves homework . . . perfect ROSEMARY CECILIA FLANNERY "Rosemary" IMMACULATE CONCEPTION ' Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Dramatic Club, 1 . . . Sodality, I, 2, 3, 4 . . . C. S. M. C. Representative, 3 . . . Social Committee, 4 . . . Owl Staff, 4 . . . Librarian, 2 . . . Choir, l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Social Club, Treasurer. Reds . . . "Joe" . . . Towson girl . . . Owl material in . . . driving ace UD . . . Did you do your His- tory? . . . Peggy and Dolores . . . cute . . . call me up sometime . . . captivating smile. . M fe lfgfwff , ' , 5 , , f , 9 'W sf We le ,IOHN LAWSON GRIMES fllohnn IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Sodality, I, 2, 3, 4 . . . Glee Club, l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Dramatics, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . , Social Club, 3, 4. Studebaker fan . . . F8LL . . . Wills' accomplice . . . history reader deluxe . . . "Please fix this, John" . . . Mole . . . women lover . . . "Well, Sister, it's like this" . . . grunts . . . Towson for- ever . . . classroom capers . . .Tonto. JEAN MARIE GUGERTY ffjeann ST. MARY,S, GOVANS Glee Club, 3, 4 . . . Sodality, l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Dramatics, 4. Short 'nl sweet . . . petite . . . Dolores and Vera . . . quiet . . . everyone's friend . . . always smil- ing . . . "Poly" . . . pretty hair . . . Goetze's Barn . . . loves shorthand l?j . . . Has lots of sisters. l of " ,I I V, Y If J f X jf , ,ff if MARY MARGARET HATCH fl fr :J l X ,1 ,ff , Mary l, ' I 5' IMMACULATE CONCEPTION fl f, X ft " Glee Club, 2, 3, 4 . . . Dramatics, 3, 4 . . . .1 " l Y Owl Reporter . . . Choir, 2, 3, 4 . . . B-Ball, X' 1" , ' Varsity, 3, 4 . . . Bowling, 4 . . . Sodality, 2, f 4-' 3, 4 . . . Social Committee, 3 . . . Member of the Junior Social Club. Immaculate Conception . . . typing fan . . . , ,lf ' quiet UQ . . . Jeannette and Dolores . . . likes Folk ,IA f i dancing . . . Hjohnn . . . plays basketball . . . hails J' l. 1 Y, from Georgia . . . tall stuff . . . pretty hair. 1 , . h 1' ,ll www! .11 ' fjy f My f f effy- bio' DOLORES ANITA HEILMAN ,. lx. "Dolores" ' ' " Mjif " - , 'UJXW ' ST. MARYJS, GOVANS L- A' , fr! ' Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Dramatics, 4 . . MJF' x . Basketball, Varsity, 2, 4 . . . Baseball, 1, 2 . . . f ff! junior Social Club, 4 . . . C. S. M. C. Repre- V . , 'mg' sentative, 3 . . . Owl Business Manager . . . jg "'i , sodamy, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Bowling, 4 . . . Social 4 ., 1 ,,,-rfb. Committee, 2, 3, 4. if Everybody's friend . . . plenty of vim and vigor ,p . . . has swell parties . . . can really handle a A ' ff' ' basketball . . . Mary and Jeannette . . . loves His- ' yi-3' gl' tory class . . . Govans . . . heard any good jokes? fl" ' 75 . ,Ax J p l-we 'W f!LarTyJJ ST. JOSEPH,S, TEXAS sodamy, 1, 2, 3, 4. thusiast. EDWARD GEORGE HOECK "Eddie', IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Glee Club, 3, 4 . . . Sodality, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . J. V. Basketball, 2, 3 . . . Baseball, 3, 4 . . . Foot- ball, 3, 4 . . . Year Book . . . Junior Social Club President, 3 . . . Dramatics, 1, 2, 3, 4 Athletic Association Treasurer, 3 . . . Athletic Association President, 4 . . . Social Committee, 3 . . . Class Treasurer, 2, 4 . . . Class Vice President, 3. F aisant's star boarder . . . Towson . . . sports . . . the grinner . . . saddles . . . "George and Paul" . A 8: P . . . mountain of hair . . . 8:00 o'clock scholar . . . bowling average . . . "Where's your tie?" JOSEPH REED PATRICK HOGAN, JR. filoeil ST. URSULA Glee Club, 4 . . . Dramatic Club, 2, 3, 4 . . . Football, 3 . . . Baseball, 3 . . . Athletic Asso- ciation Vice President, 4. "June" . . . pride of Parkville . . . Jake's buddy . . . model "A," with no gas . . . some character . . . leader of unholy three . . . the pipe . . . wise- cracks . . . blue eyes . . . teaser . . . Pikesville, or bust . . . nice. 76 BERNARD LAWRENCE HESS, JR. Glee Club, 3, 4 . . . Basketball Manager, 3 . . . Cyr's twin . . . good guy . . . "my big brother" . . . glasses . . . '6Hey, Heymann" . . . curly hair Berg's Bar fdairy, that isj . . . friendly per- sonality . . . hails from Fullerton . . . sports en- EDWARD FRANCIS HEYMANN "EddieJ' IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Dramatic Club, 2, 3, 4 . . . Glee Club, 3, 4 . . . Sodality, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Junior Social Club, 3. Deep poetry . . . "What does that mean, Ed- ward?" . . . Towsonite . . . eats carrots . . . corny jokes . . . French star . . . caddy, please! . . . his twin brother . . . Little Tavern . . . nice dresser . . . big Charlie's friend . . . wolf. 1V awww Y QTWAGJJ ,Qywnfw par gif., i k,!g,I,,,, 4 ff' fr' e . , 7 " Q I, ,If xo!!! A . s if 15" 144- ' r F , 5 ll L .,:'lf". ' 'AJ 1 'Ti P' f ' A-:fAfif'4,-ilflrf, Mfr jf CHARLES OLIVER LAHATTE "Chucky JL Q Ss. PHILIP AND JAMES Glee Club, 2, 3, 4 . . . Dramatics, 2, 3, 4 . . . NJ he Sodality, 2, 3, 4 . . . Football, 3 . . . Owl JCSEPH FRANCIS LYNCH ffiloefhl ST. FRANCIS Dramatic, 3, 4 . . . Owl Staff, 4 . . . Glee Club, 4 . . . Vice President, 4 . . . Year Book, 4. "Issie" . . . bright student . . . sports fan . . . good looking . . . personality plus . . . typing fiend . . . "I had a car once" . . . nice walk to Lutherville . . . reliable . . . "The third page is finished." La. I A s', vl', ffl' V I .4 . f. fs 'fa I !,f,f I v I yy, fy. I jr 2 jf' JI, ,fl " ,fi 1.64. " 1. If 'V 1' I . If . I' - V I Staff, 4 . . . Year Book, 4. Latin whiz . . . actor deluxe . . . loud ties . . . "Where's Larry?" . . . "The 2nd page is all gummed up" . . . studious . . . those jokes . . . girls in general . . . "It is! I mean it is" . . . sharp looking lad. BETTY MARGARET LYONS CfBetty33 ST. URSULA Sodality, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Social Committee, 3, 4. Parkville . . . quiet . . . shorthand fiend C?j . . . Dolores and Dot . . . one of the big three . . . per- sonality plus . . . oh! those eyes . . . dependable . . . another lover of History class. X I' -' JEJAN PATRICIA MANNS QM , fy, ,, aff cj " aan" 'Y' I V fxff ,, 1' f ST. DOMINIC s ,, j- f'-7'lJ ,ln i If If f yf , Sodality, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Glee Club, 3, Z . . . " 447 ,N 'wr '- ' ' J. V. Cheerleader, 1 I. . . ,Varsity Cheer- 1 ' f , ' .leader, 2, 3 . . . Calholzc Review Reporter, 4. cl' I ,-X 43,1 , ,I ' " L' Writes for the Catholzc Revzew . . . "Bob" . . . , 0 , f ' vf Trig . . . "City" fan . . . pretty, likable . . . cheer I 9,11 leader . . . chewing gum fan . . . did you do your I K A 'M' Engfisl? . . shrewd dresser . . . long dark hairf, f 'T' it' il wit a lg tspot. . f- f- ff' I I ,iff fi 77 ,ff '1 ' I1 ' I l W fifth M9 l B P' " fill l MARY JEANETTE MEREDITH ftjeanu IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Glee Club, 4 . . . Basketball Manager, 2, 3, 4 Dramatics, 4 . . . Owl Reporter, 4 . . . Year Book, 4 . . . Sodality, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . junior Social Club, 3, 4 . . . Bowling, 4. - Sherwood . . . honor student . . . quiet . . . DICC . . . brain child . . . sports rooter . . . lover of History class . . . likable personality . . . Jean- nette, Dolores, Mary . . . has a host of quaint sayings. GERALD JOHN MULLHAUSEN ffwhiteyil ST. JosEPH's, FULLERTON scciciicy, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Glcc Club, 3, 4. "Could've had the Olds" . . . Mary . . . third of the four horsemen . . . Goetz's Barn . . . "We was" . . . always chasing women . . . early arriver . . . fender bender . . . St. Joseph's Social "Let's break it up" . . . Hey, Dick! fl My WM f . , ,1- DOLORES ANNE MARX fi ff f X ff! "Dolores" J , ,, ST. DoM1N1c ff' I 'fi Glcc Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Eucharistic Commit- 1 f X tee, 4 . . . Dramatic Club, 1, 2 . . . Owl Staff, jff' 4 . . . Sodality, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Social com- ,. 7 1 f mittee, 3. 1 , If Honor student . . . quiet . . . nice . . . friendly fwffri I W . . . sports rooter . . . brain child . . . always laugh- ,X 1 J y ing . . . curly locks . . . likes good things to eat . . . ' cute . . . English student. . . page one difficulties 1' . . . Stanley. JUDITH ELIZABETH MCGINN ffI1ldyJJ ST. URSULA Glee Club, 4 . . . J. V. Basketball, 3, 4 . . . J. V. Basketball Captain, 4 . . . Sodality, l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Owl Staff, 4 . . . Apostolic Committee, l, 2, 3 . . . Junior Social, 3. J. V. basketball captain . . . angelic disposition . . . Parkville forever . . . "Carroll" . . . personality plus . . . Blondie fnaturalj . . . a Mr. Rabbit fan . . . never has trouble with filing . . . cheery smile . . . tells jokes. U Jr! , p , .J N ' I ., ' , 175 ' ' 1 ' 1, n ,I ' ,AL4 . f ff' I ,I ,lv .,,,. ' 4 PAUL GERALD NOPPENBERGER rfpaulil IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Sodalit 1 2 3 4 Glee Club A3 4 , ya 1 I 1 ' ' ' 1 ' ' ' f I , , 'ff ef' IJ. v. Basketball, 2 . . . varsity Foflfbaii, 3, 4 W ji 5' , "f ,yu . . Captain Football Team, 4 . . . Junior ' -," Social Club, 3, 4 . . . Dramatics, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . L 1 f., - f ' Varsity Baseball, 3, 4 . . . Treasurer of Class, , , ,V Y 3 . . . All Maryland Football, 1, 2, 3, 4. W ,of Wavy hair . . . why do they pick on him? . . . QE " 1' ff "Gee" "Kay" Football star ladies' ,V X fy' fman . . . reared in Texas . . . "Okay, you guys" 1 ,,,,f. ,J . . . Baldy . . . those women . . . perpetual pa- ff I MAL, tience . . . Rodgers Forge . . . "What's that for?" I! ' V. f. - RICHARD MICHAEL O'CONNELL of Q., Oakey I hdvxd dlyayf -X Buassrao SACRAMENT JA X lf- Football, 3, 4 . . . V. Basketball, 3, 4 . . . Dra- f ,'f'.., matic Club, 3, 4 . . . Glee Club, 3, 4 . . . Owl f , 4 Staff. 4 . . . Year Book, 4. J I 1 fj 10:00 scholar . . . artist . . . Redskin . . . I over- 7- ff F! ,fff slept . . . whitlle . . . loves all women . . . blue ,tf'.4." 17, 'f f eyes . . . Govans . . . mad hatter . . . 1000 and 1 excuses . . . "Where's Hoss?" . . . "Oh, what a terrific time!" I ,X p ,1 - 1 1, 1,1 I s ' GEORGE EDWARD PARKS "George" IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Football, 3, 4 . . . Baseball, 3, 4 . . . J. V. Basketball, 3 . . . Sodality, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Junior Social Club. Checked jackets . . . I can drive . . . another Goetze's member . . . giggles . . . good dancer . . . "Cut it out, Hoeck" . . . Hobby-women . . . happy-go-lucky . . . curly hair . . . "Where's my tie?" MARY ISABEL PATRICK I ' 4 N 1 .KM ary Pat" , BLESSED SACRAMENT Q Glee Club, 1, 3,4 . . . Sodality, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . " Dramatics, 2, 4 . . . Bowling, 3, 4 . . . Basket- - ba11,4 . . . Librarian, 1, 2. f - Short and sweet . . . pleasant disposition . . . has a friend in Parkville . . . "The Govans Kid" .- . . always smiling . . . natural curls . . . plays a sharp game of basketball. 79 nf l , ! . I X . , I .ff P 1 7 ,f l l' ,lv ANN JEANNETTE RADEBAUGH I fi ji ujeannetteu K", IMMAcU1.A'r1a CONCEPTION one ciub, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Dramatics, 3, 4 . . . I Legion of Dm-nay, 2 . . . sodamy, 1, 2, 3, 4 , , f . . . j. V. Basketball, 1 . . . V. Basketball, 2, ' , f 3, 4 . . . Bas.-ba11, 3, 4 . . . Bowiing, 4 . . . X 1 President, G. A. A., 4 . . . Reporter for Owl I if . f . . . Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Social Committee, 1 , ' 3 . . . Varsity Captain, 4 . . . Junior Social ' ' Club, 3, 4 . . . Year Book, 4. , Dolores and Mary . . . typing fiend . . . Don . . . f , 1 eager beaver . . . lots of friends . . . all smiles . . . , Varsity B-Ball captain . . . throws wonderful par- ties . . . curly black hair . . . loads of personality. I ,1 , X A '1 IA STANLEY BERNARD REIDER "Dim ST. josEPH's, FULLERTON Sodality, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Glee Club, 4 . . . Catholic Truth Committee, 4. Those cars . . . gives free mechanical advice . . . private bus . . . polite . . . "One of them kind" . . . auto expert . . . the leader of the four horse- men . . . "Hey, Bernie" . . . money man . . . "Come on, gang." K' JOHN BERNARD RUBELING fb AWZ4' 4 WVL zrilaken s ST. URSULA 4 4041047 v 't F tb 11, 3 . . . D matics, 3, 4. 1 , "Gooc:lrii1iorniiiJ1g,a girls" . . ishrewd dresser . . . 4 fin 1,71 good looking . . . Parkville is paradise . . . joe's i s K A f other half . . . I gave up smoking . . . my own g ,V ,ff , Mercury . . . one of the unholy three. ' Q 'N ' ,f f 1 9 fl,y 'U"Z.4f,4f-J ' j f 1 fi X N K --- if jf! , if li 1 1 0 1, , 1 'lfMARGAR7l3T QA ERINE RUDIGIER WN A 1 , ," "'Peggy7li ' I , i l .f -' IMMAAULATTIJ, CONCEPTION 'f ,N ,il G1eatC1t1b, 3, 4 . . . sodamy, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . B Xl' 1 ffl ghbfli itg C2iJ ttZC, 4 glass tieifeaary, ' , 3' w' , .....asea ap- 1 11 j tain, 3.. ljiarsity Basketball, 4 . . . Choir, 1, 1 2 7' 112, 3XI4X., B . Qsfsefegtfz Athlftio Aiociaficeri, gi 1 . . . Ca. OO ta , . . . UHIOI' Ocla. ll . J lyEa1'ly arrival . . 1. "Where's Rosemary?" . . . 1, I Af' blond' . . . s sllenthusiast . . . nice personality 1' f .. iquirrel . '. iw at a laugh . . .the talker . . . l K1 , ', 2,4nl11e1ic,,11y-4 'eaikiiigf' I I tt l A ' '1 ,A X, yi, Q4 1' X 'K ,1 tl J I 80 W W' 71 We 'll' if W! BU: dy? villxw' . , , f ' 1 t-,-fig iilflf I .iff QALLY ANN SCHNEIDER pi if 'ji , ' lip, 'ls , 1 x . . , . . ' ff . 'su f"'jiff"f J fn yin y f si bl! if lf I . J .4 fi ,' , fu . 1 7 'r. MARv's, Govms Glee Club, 2, 3, 4 . . . Dramatics, 3, 4 . . . Red Head . . . shorter than short . . . "joan" . . . mil ,qw 11 sodamy, 2, 3, 4 . . . Social Committee, 3, 4. Z ,ex Latin student all four years . . . Roland Park . . . MAE ROSALIE SEIDL ffMaeJ! Sr. URSULA patron of the Cross-tlown Bus . . . cute . . . per- sonality plus . . . never has much to say f?j. Sodality, I, 2, 3, 4 . . . C. S. M. C. Repre- sentative, 3. Dot . . . St. Ursula's . . . Parkville forever am ever . . . pretty hands . . . Harold . . . Filing whiz ibut definitelyj ,. . . demure . . . quiet fall of th' time?D. EDWARD MICHAEL SHUE j UK 'Earsn BLESSED SACRAMENT JOHN BARTHOLOMEW JOSEPH ST. LEGER KFHOSSJJ BLESSED SACRAMENT Basketball, 3, 4 . . . Basketball Captain, 4 . . . Sodality, 3 4. Six feet plus . . . the teaser . . . some character . . . French Fiend . . . saddles . . . Al's protege . . . "ain't it" . . . late slips . . . Arkey's history pro- fessor . . . "Aw, Sister." W Dramatic Club, 2, 3 . . . J, V. Basketball, 2, 3 . . . Varsity Basketball, 3, 4 . . . Sodality, 1, 2, 3, 4. Bermel's twin . . . those natives . . . Army Gen- eral . . . lower Govans . . . basketball ace . . . "let's take a smoke!" . . . first class Joe . . . "Wait up, Ed" . . . X-G. I .... Oh, I'm tired . . . favorite subject, History. JOHN DUGLAS SHURE ff1ackJJ IMMACULATE CoNcEP'rxoN Junior Social Club, 3, 4. Freckles. X' ,f nf fiiaw 7 Q . ff ...M-J If X 'J . jf . df ff 7 H .,,f,. , I X , 1 J, ,f,1c, , .1 . ' f MARY ELIZABETH WALSH fCBettyJJ Sr. MARv's, GOVANS Sodality, 4 . . . Glee Club, 4 . . . Dramatic Club, 4. New Senior . . . beautiful voice . . . operetta star . . . studious . . . 10:00 o'clock scholar . . . Mary Jane . . . ask Betty for the ink . . . seems to like to clean the class-room . . . Yale fan. FREDERICK COLLINGS WALZOG ffPinkyJ! ST. URSULA Glee Club, 2, 3, 4 . . . Dramatic Club, 2 . . . Sodality, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Varsity Baseball, 3, 4. Those clothes . . . blushing bride -. . . "Hey, Joe" . . . Pinky . . . "my" car . . . H202 . . . Parkville forever . . . 159 points in a basketball game . . . Paul and I . . . debating chairman . . . "got your car, Freddie?" C 82 Glee Club, 3, 4 . . . sodamy, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Shufllcboard star . . . shorty . . . shy . . . "Ho, Hum" . . . where's Larry? . . . "O. K., I'll go" . . racing big Charlie . . . steady social member . I was sick, Sister" . . . Hails from Towson . . . DOROTHY ADELINE SVOBODA ffD0tJ! Sr. URSULA C. S. M. C. Representative, 4 . . . Owl Re- porter, -1- . . . Sodality, 1, 2, 3, 4. Parkville . . . quiet and reserved . "Bob" friendly . . . Where's Mae? . . . blonde hair . . . always smiling . . . never in a bad humor. .MQQW . CHARLES STANLEY WEHNER "Charlie" IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Glee Club, 3, 4 . . . Dramatic, 3 . . . Sodality, l, 2, 3, 4. Hails from Africa . . . big Charlie . . . shuflleboard . . . always moving the desk . . . Ruxton . . . "Too, Fat Polka" . . . good natured . . . sharp shooter . . . Ed's shadow . . . "Hey, Grimes" . . . Brain storm . . . Chubby. f GEORGE JOSEPH WIEDENBAUER X1 K X , 5 0 "George,' j J' Sr. JosePH's, Texas ff! if oiaa Club, 4 . . . Dramatic 3, 4 . . . Varsity fp f ,, 5 C-f' ' Football, 3, 4. . aff .fig ' Tall lad . . . one of the unholy three . . . Latin f whiz . . . hard worker . . . "All right, you guys" . . . brains . . . farm boy . . . "O, K., buddy" . . . neat . . . "Blind Man's Buff" . . . Dramatic star I ff- a . . . "Hey, let's do it!" . . . Wheelbauer. 7 1' if FRANCIS XAVIER WILLIAMS ffwillfvaii ST. BERNARD Football, 3 . . . Athletic Association Treasurer, -1- . . . Dramatic Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Social Committee, 3. "Booty" . . . "Oh, them Colts" . . . tall, dark and handsome . . . nice to everybody . . . poet laure- ate . . . Hub Bechtol . . . Rembrandt II . . . looks like Frankie . . . Hoss . . . our boy . . . snappy skater . . . 'KBut, Sister, I-." xii J na fl 1 l, X 1 X' Ll ,. y , A, jf CARROLL JAMES WILLS, JR. 'V 'VI ' l ' ,if rcwillya: .U My ,Tj H YV! IMMACULATE CONCEPTION ' V I 4' X, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Dramatic Club, 1, 2, I ' , 1 1 wtf' . . . J. v. Basketball, 2, 5 . . . Sodality, 1, 2, ff , 1, ' tj g- I 3, 4. , ,M ivy' I One of East Towson's boys . . . Studebaker fanatic f' I l L . . comedian . . . Steady F 8: L customer . . . J f MWL1 'f' nj' 'John's other wife" . . . keeps quiet, seldom . . . ,W ,,'- 1 I , Charles Boyer of T. Cn: . . blond, curly hair . . . Qi' XJ , U L1- Hey, Mole . . . bottle stacker . . . lover. , , 'al 1,1 'ft il ,, .af fbefuxe fjahomt Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bartenfelder Mr. and Mrs. John Bermel Mrs. Robert E. Camey Robert E. Carney, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Walzog, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Wehner Charles Wehner '48 Mr. and Mrs . Wiedenbauer Mr. and Mrs. Walter Chilcoat Mr. and Mrs. Carroll J. Wills Mr. and Mrs. Arsene Cyr Mr. and Mrs. Louis Beck Mr. and Mrs . Winfrey M. Ashby Mr. and Mrs. John T. Comes Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Dieter Mr. and Mrs Mrs. W. Dohmer Mr. W. J. Dohmer William Dohmer, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Finn Mr. Charles G. Hawthorne Mrs. John L. Grimes Mr. B. L. Hess Mrs. B. L. Hess Alan Hess '51 Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Heymann Edward Heymann '48 Mr. and Mrs. A. LaHatte Sister Mary Hortense Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mullhausen Gerald Mullhausen Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Noppenberger Edward D. Noppenberger Colonel and Mrs. R. O'Connell Mr. C. T. Parks Mrs. C. T. Parks Stanley Reider '48 Mr. and Mrs. Bernard M. Rubeling Mr. and Mrs. John Rubeling Mrs. M. Shue Mr. John Rice Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Shure BERNARD ANDERSON Francis X. Tiralla Agnes Hennegan A Mrs. Joseph Howard Miss Josephine Brink John G. Carroll R. Pau1.Donovan Betty Donovan '46 Bernie Anderson '48 Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Kaltenbach Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Dempsey Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Kaltenbach Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Anderson, Sr. Miss Margaret Dempsey Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Anderson, Jr. ANDREW BARTENFELDER Pete and Chris Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hess Margaret Bartenfelder Andrew Bartenfelder '48 Mr. Adam Klein, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Calligan Leroy Calligan Walter Bartenfelder Mr. and Mrs. George Klein . Joseph P. Connor Mary Connor '48 Mrs. A. Irene Cunningham Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs . James F. Enright . J. J. Flannery Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Fuhrer Mr. and Mrs. August Gamble Helen Gable '46 Fred Hatch, Jr. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lyons Mr. and Mrs Monsignor F . F. J. Hatch . Philip T. Manns . Joseph Manns Mr. and Mrs. Andrew C. Marx Mrs. Frank M. Meredith Mr. and Mrs. L. A. McGinn Mr. George Radebaugh Mrs. G. W. Radebaugh Mr. and Mrs. Albert M. Rudigier Mr. and Mrs. A. Schneider Kathryn Schneider '45 Mae Seidl '48 Dorothy Svoboda '48 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Svoboda Mr. and Mrs. John K. Dockman and Pwbxand EDWARD BERMEL Mr. and Mrs. John Reed Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mullen Mr. and Mrs. George Bermel Dottie Schaech '49 Francis Saltysiak Don Richardson Eddie Hindle Eddie Campbell Eddie Bermel '48 Boys' Basketball Team ROBERT CARNEY Kathleen Carney '46 Anne Carney '51 Robert E. Carney '48 Gladys M. Carney C. V. Carney LAWRENCE CHENOWITH Judy Connelly '51 Madeline Chenowith Mr. and Mrs. R. Kelley Eighth Grade Seventh Grade Sixth Grade Fifth Grade Chris Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Bruns Fourth Grade Third Grade Second Grade Mr. and Mrs. L. Chenowith Mr. and Mrs. W. Beres Rocky, Pat and Phil Mr. and Mrs. Donatelli Jessie and Larry RAYMOND CYR Stanley Frick '49 Frank Bon '49 Mr. and Mrs. Frick Mary Billingslea '49 JOSEPH DIETER Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reiner Mr. and Mrs. William Nedy JOHN GRIMES Miss Emma R. Trapp John L. Grimes, Jr. EDWARD HEYMANN Paul Pratt '47 Mrs. Beckert Mr. and Mrs. Jall John Godwin Marie Quinn '46 CHARLES STANLEY WEHNER "Charlie" I MMACULATE CoNcePr1oN Clair gllzb, 3, 4 . . . Dramatic, 3 . . . Sodality, 1 1 i ' Hails from Africa . . . big Charlie . . . shullleboard . . . always moving the desk . . . Ruxton . . . "Too Fat Polka" . . . good natured . . . sharp shooter . . . Ed's shadow . . . "Hey, Grimes" . . . Brain storm . . . Chubby. GEORGE JOSEPH WIEDENBAUER "Gear-gel' ST. Josem-r's, Texks Glee Club, 4 . . . Dramatic 3, 4 . . . Varsity Football, 3, 4. I Tall lad . . . one of the unholy three . . . Latin whiz . . . hard worker . . . "All right, you guys" . . . brains . . . farm boy . . . "O, K., buddy" . . . neat . . . "Blind Man's Buff" . . . Dramatic star . . . "Hey, let's do it!" . . . Wheelbauer. FRANCIS XAVIER WILLIAMS KfWilly!J ST. BERNARD Committee, 3. skater . . . "But, Sister, I--." "John's other wife" . . . keeps quiet, seldom . . . , ' Hey, Mole . . . bottle stacker . . . lover. I ,.' , 2, ,v fl f, fl few I ff 2 if L2 fi 1 11 , 1 n, .ff X . 4 I Z ,M ff Football, 3 . . . Athletic Association Treasurer, 4 . . . Dramatic Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Social 1' If , I, 1 ff 1 4-?'4f I "Booty" . . . l'Oh, them Colts" . . . tall, dark and handsome . . . nice to everybody . . . poet laure- ate . . . Hub Bechtol . . . Rembrandt II . . . looks I like Frankie . . . Hoss . . . our boy . . . snappy I r k X, Lv N " uf 1 Ak 1 K W 1 I, L' I, X" Ll t f l i ifbr ,-1 f - ' . ' CARROLL JAMES WILLS, JR. ' ' , l l ,tifl ff Will'yJJ X ,kj N ,ll 1 f! IMMACULATE CONCEPTION v I fy Glee c111b, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Dramatic Club, 1, 2, I L' , - 1 wff' 3 . . . J. v. Basketball, 2, 3 . . . Sodality, 1, 2, ff Y ,, 1, 1 U gl I 3, 4. , U 'vw 1 One of East Towson's boys . . . Studebaker fanatic fl!! If I A comedian . . . Steady F 8x L customer . . . J I Ls" Ll' I I VZ", Charles Boyer of T. Cx: . . blond, curly hair . . . QV? f J ' i 1 f .V ,if f fi ,fc .af 5 1l,!'!Vg Iv. f ' 1 44,6 I 1' ,U '1 L J' wg 83 X '1 X Xi 1 f.. rf Though the building is not of marble, nor the walls covered with ivy, in the years to eorne, Towson Catholic' High School will remain with us as a symbol of youth and gaiety. The joy at leaving is in reality, sorrow in disguise, and time alone will draw the curtain aside to reveal what is now invisible to our eyes. The way to citizenship is via the path of learning. The graduates of today will be the leaders of tomorrow, so take advantage of the valuable guidance and leadership afforded by the very capable faculty and base your future life upon the founda- tions provided for you on the Hilltop. Blood, sweat, and tears pave the way of life and may you remember always that share in life that was spent at Towson Catholic. The last chapter in Book I has been completed. The inscription on the fly-leaf is penned with sincerity-"Good luck in life and may God be with you!"-the cover is closed. File it under memories and from time to time recall the joys, sorrows, and loves during the years, 1944-1948. May this book be in your possession always as a friend in need and may the grace of God grace those who teach and seek learning within the hallowed walls of TOWSON CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL Graduates about to embark on Life's Journey prepare to say 5'Farewell." BERNARD FRANKLIN ANDERSON 225 Bosley Avenue Towson 4, Maryland CATHERINE PHILEMENA ASHBY 42 W. Chesapeake Avenue Towson 4, Maryland ANDREW ADAM BARTENFELDER Ridge Road Raspeburg 6, Maryland EDWARD WILLIAM BERMEL 4727 Alhambra Avenue Baltimore 12, Maryland DOLORES THERESA BRUNS 401 Allegheny Avenue Towson 4, Maryland JUNE JUANITA BYRD 37 Walker Avenue Pikesville 8, Maryland ROBERT EMMETT CARNEY Harford Road Carney 4, Maryland LAWRENCE EDWARD CHENOWITH 5310 Tramore Road Baltimore 14, Maryland ROSE HELEN COMES Box 485, Route 2 Raspeburg 6, Maryland MARY LOUISE CONNOR 528 Allegheny Avenue Towson 4, Maryland MARY CUNNINGHAM 8420 Loch Raven Boulevard Towson 4. Maryland RAYMOND THOMAS CYR Belair and Joppa Roads Fullerton, Maryland JOSEPH MARSHALL DIETER Fullerton P. O. Maryland KATHERINE LOUISE DOCKMAN 8516 Old Harford Road Baltimore 14, Maryland WILLIAM JAMES DOHMER, JR. Ruxton 4 Maryland VERA ELLEN ENRIGHT 500 Chateau Avenue Baltimore 12, Maryland PATRICK F INN 7711 Chestnut Avenue Parkville 14, Maryland ROSEMARY CECILIA FLANNERY 307 W. Chesapeake Avenue Towson 4, Maryland DOROTHY CHARLOTTE FUHRER 5628 Winthrope Avenue Baltimore 14, Maryland Senioa fbiaec DOROTHY AGNES GAMBLE 709 Morris Avenue Lutherville, Maryland JOHN LAWSON GRIMES 500 Park Avenue Towson 4, Maryland JEAN MARIE GUGERTY 701 Highwood Drive Baltimore 12, Maryland MARY MARGARET HATCH 404 Rodgers Forge Road Towson 4, Maryland DOLORES ANITASHEILMAN 513 Rossiter Avenue Baltimore 12, Maryland BERNARD LAWRENCE HESS, JR. 4 India Avenue Fullerton, Maryland EDWARD FRANCIS HEYMANN 614 Stevenson Lane Towson 4, Maryland EDWARD GEORGE HOECK 107 E. Susquehanna Avenue Towson 4, Maryland JOSEPH REED P. HOGAN, JR. 2530 Wentworth Road Parkville 14, Maryland CHARLES OLIVER LAHATTE Cambridge Arms Apartments Baltimore 18, Maryland JOSEPH FRANCIS LYNCH 2034 E. 31st Street Baltimore 18, Maryland ELIZABETH MARGARET LYONS 3034 Woodside Avenue Parkville 14, Maryland JOAN PATRICIA MANNS 3032 Northern Parkway Baltimore 14, Maryland DOLORES ANNE MARX 2817 Berwick Avenue Baltimore 14, Maryland JUDITH ELIZABETH MCGINN 3008 Edgewood Avenue Baltimore 14, Maryland MARY JEANNETTE MEREDITH 109 Yorkleigh Road Towson 4, Maryland GERALD JOHN MULLHAUSEN Belair Road Fullerton, Maryland PAUL GERALD NOPPENBERGER 24 Dunkirk Road Baltimore 12, Maryland RICHARD MICHAEL O'CONNELL 4420 Old York Road Baltimore 12, Maryland GEORGE EDWARD PARKS Cromwell and Satyr Hill Road Towson 4, Maryland MARY ISABEL PATRICK 526 E. Cold Spring Lane Baltimore 12, Maryland ANN JEANNETTE RADEBAUGH 120 Burke Avenue Towson 4, Maryland STANLEY BERNARD REIDER 7070 Belair Road Fullerton, Maryland JOHN BERNARD RUBELING 2709 Glendale Road Parkville 14, Maryland MARGARET C. RUDIGIER York Road Towson 4, Maryland SALLY ANN SCHNEIDER 700 Wyndhurst Avenue Baltimore 10, Maryland MAE ROSALIE SEIDL 40 Northwind Road ' Glen Arm, Maryland JOHN B. JOSEPH ST. LEGER 745 Cator Avenue Baltimore 18, Maryland EDWARD MICHAEL SHUE 619 Willow Avenue Baltimore, Maryland JOHN DOUGLAS SHURE 214 Bosley Avenue Towson 4, Maryland DOROTHY ADELINE SVOBODA 3017 Oak Forest Drive Parkville 14, Maryland MARY ELIZABETH WALSH 12 York Court Baltimore 18, Maryland FREDERICK COLLINS WALCOX 3020 Oakcrest Avenue Baltimore 14, Maryland CHARLES STANLE WHENER 511 Locksley Road Towson 4, Maryland GEORGE JOSEPH WIEDENBAUER Cockeysville, Maryland FRANCIS XAVIER WILLIAMS 1703 E. 28th Street Baltimore 18, Maryland CARROLL JAMES WILLS, JR. 112 Greenbriar Road Towson 4, Maryland .fbefuu P Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bartenfelder Mr. and Mrs. John Bermel Mrs. Robert E. Camey Robert E. Carney, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Arsene Cyr Mr. and Mrs. Louis Beck Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Dieter Mrs. W. Dohmer Mr. W. J. Dohmer William Dohmer, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Finn Mr. Charles G. Hawthorne Mrs. John L. Grimes Mr. B. L. Hess Mrs. B. L. Hess Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Walzog, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Wehner Charles Wehner '48 Mr. and Mrs. Wiedenbauer Mr. and Mrs. Walter Chilcoat Mr. and Mrs. Carroll J. Wills Mr. and Mrs . Winfrey M. Ashby Mr. and Mrs. John T. Comes Mr. and Mrs . Joseph P. Connor Mary Connor '48 Mrs. A. Irene Cunningham Mr. and Mrs . James F . Enright Mr. and Mrs. Flannery Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Fuhrer Mr. and Mrs. August Gamble Helen Gable '46 Fred Hatch, Jr. Alan Hess '51 Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Heymann Edward Heymann '48 Mr. and Mrs. A. LaHatte Sister Mary Hortense Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mullhausen Gerald Mullhausen Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Noppenberger Edward D. Noppenberger Colonel and Mrs. R. O'Connell Mr. C. T. Parks Mrs. C. T. Parks Stanley Reider '48 Mr. and Mrs. Bernard M. Rubeling Mr. and Mrs. John Rubeling Mrs. M. Shuc Mr. John Rice Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Shure Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Hatch Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lyons Mr. and Mrs. Philip T. Manns Monsignor F. Joseph Manns Mr. and Mrs. Andrew C. Marx Mrs. Frank M. Meredith Mr. and Mrs. L. A. McGinn Mr. George Radebaugh Mrs. G. W. Radebaugh Mr. and Mrs. Albert M. Rudigier Mr. and Mrs. A. Schneider Kathryn Schneider '45 Mae Seidl '48 Dorothy Svoboda '48 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Svoboda Mr. and Mrs. John K. Dockman a Chris Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Bruns fl BERNARD ANDERSON Francis X. Tiralla Agnes Hennegan Mrs. Joseph Howard Miss Josephine Brink John G. Carroll R. Paul Donovan Betty Donovan '46 Bernie Anderson '48 Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Kaltenbach Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Dempsey Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Kaltenbach Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Anderson, Sr. Miss Margaret Dempsey Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Anderson, Jr. ANDREW BARTENFELDER Pete and Chris Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hess Margaret Bartenfelder Andrew Bartenfelder '48 Mr. Adam Klein, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Calligan Leroy Calligan Walter Bartenfelder Mr. and Mrs. George J. Klein llabmna EDWARD BERMEL Mr. and Mrs. John Reed Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mullen Mr. and Mrs. George Bermel Dottie Schaech '49 Francis Saltysiak Don Richardson Eddie Hindle Eddie Campbell Eddie Bermel '48 Boys' Basketball Team ROBERT CARNEY Kathleen Carney '46 Anne Carney '51 Robert E. Carney '48 Gladys M. Carney C. V. Carney LAWRENCE CHENOWITH Judy Connelly '51 Madeline Chenowith Mr. and Mrs. R. Kelley Eighth Grade Seventh Grade Sixth Grade Fifth Grade Fourth Grade Third Grade Second Grade Mr. and Mrs. L. Chenowith Mr. and Mrs. W. Beres Rocky, Pat and Phil Mr. and Mrs. Donatelli Jessie and Larry RAYMOND CYR Stanley Frick '49 Frank Bon '49 Mr. and Mrs. Frick Mary Billingslea '49 JOSEPH DIETER Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reiner Mr. and Mrs. William Nedy JOHN GRIMES Miss Emma R. Trapp John L. Grimes, Jr. EDWARD HEYMANN Paul Pratt '47 Mrs. Beckett Mr. and Mrs. Jall John Godwin Marie Quinn '46 CHARLES LAHATTE Walsh and Hering Anita L. Love Robert Hawkins Bill and Jim '50 Regina, Mary, Gloria, Ellen '50 Justine Toland '50 Mildred Rider 81 Agnes Arnold '49 Lee Wilson '49 George Thumran Mr. and Mrs. Odgen Knight James A. LaHatte, Jr. JOSEPH LYNCH Francis Huegelmeyer '47 Mr. and Mrs. William Stricker Isabel Rudigier '47 Joe and Curely Lanzi and Casey Mrs. John S. Lynch Mr. Walter Dorsey Bob Getzendanner Mary Lou Wheeler '51 GERALD MULLHAUSEN Joyce Mullhausen Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mullhausen Mrs. E. Bell Mrs. Anna A. Mullhausen Smitty and Al PAUL NOPPENBERGER Mr. Michael A. Noppenberger, Sr. Miss Rose Noppenberger Mr. William J. Noppenberger RICHARD O'CONNELL Easy Ed, Oakey GEORGE PARKS Coleman Parks, Jr. John L. Parks Mr. and Mrs. F. Dixon Mrs. Katie Scalley STANLEY REIDER Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Klein Mr. and Mrs. Geor e A Klein Sr. K - I Mr. and Mrs. Lingard F. Klein Mr. and Mrs. George A. Klein, Jr. Mrs. Fred Schraunder Mr. and Mrs. John H. Reider . John G. Reider . and Mrs. A. A. Holthaus Mr Mr Mr. and Mrs. George E. Hi1Tner Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pilorski JOHN RUBELING Richard R. Rubeling '47 Jack B. Rubeling Mr. and Mrs. Kerman Rolfes Thomas Rubeling Mr. and Mrs. Horace Elliott EDWARD SHUE Edward Hose Bill Kimmett Dolores Shue Kitty Evans White, me, Herb, Bo JOHN SHURE Mary Anderson Anne Howard Charles C. Cockey, R.M.A. FRED WALZOG Willie Walzog Jeff Kilchenstein David Lee Kilchenstein Mike Couglin Joe and Pete CHARLES WEHNER Mrs. Margaret Bringhurst GEORGE WIEDENBAUER Mr. John Hagan Fred Wiedenbauer Mr. and Mrs. Walters Toni Wiedenbauer Dr. and Mrs. Wesley Edel Mr. and Mrs. Tommey Tillie Wiedenbauer George Joseph Wiedenbauer, Jr. Williamson and Reed Bareham and Susemihl FRANCIS WILLIAMS Dolores Williams Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Williams Mr. and Mrs. P. Rossbach Miss Eleanor Rossbach Miss Mary Rossbach Booty, Jean, Peggy, Ann Rev. J. C. Wilhelm Gordon and John John V. 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Comes Gordon Backert Francis Gunther Mrs. Minnie Streb C MARY CONNOR Eleanor Connor Isabelle Connor Jean Connor '39 Mike Connor '41 Betty Connor '43 MARY CUNNINGHAM Pat and Marilyn '49 Eleanor, Annalee, Arlene, Carolyn '50 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Kelly Betty and Kitty '49 Rev. Thomas M. Kelly Mary Jane Cunningham Mary Lee and Barbara '51 Lorraine, Dorothy, Loretta '50 KATHERINE DOCKMAN Barns, Latrive, Fiend, Pork Betty Lee, Pat, Mary Ellen, Dolores . Dave, Tubby, John, Bill Duck, Herb, Ed Judy, Rita, Virginia, Rita Jerry Dotterweich Ellen, Gloria, Regina, Mary VERA ENRIGHT Ken Don Richardson Joan and Skip Alice Arthur '47 Nancy Wood Mrs. L. K. O'Brien ROSEMARY FLANNERY Marie Flannery Rosemary Flannery Joe Watson Ed Kilcullen Mary Ann Ferguson Anne Hughes Mary Agnes Phelan Jean Beavan Jack Flannery Jimmy Flannery DOROTHY FUHRER Thelma and Freddy Mr. and Mrs. George Fuhrer Carroll R. Senner Blanche E. Stoy Bill Griffin Beck and Thelma Roland Fuhrer, Jr. Kenneth A. 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