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

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T5-X A f I . 55- ' Effie my ffl L I F' " ' Q Q ,L NBL' ' Q3 d lg of J , r e l' ll f 4, ,Z X11 vf ff gy , f f I We , J f I .. I ' . f , . Un Parade IN QUEST OF CULTURE In next o Culture through the yearf We progreff in hnouledge and Jhill, Mzuifalef operettaf our pride and joy. With rajflure our hearlf do ll. Foruard ue Jtridc aholifhizzg ear To a-eromplifh lhe ftandardx ue re Jet. We re proud o our deedf and we ll he prouder 51111 O.,.e our goal! are met. IN QUEST OF KNOWLEDGE I1 lien o Krzouledge ue .rfrzze each dzy To dueoz er age old truth! We are many trouhlefome Ihough z zlorouy tax I Wzlh the Jpnzl o Ameuran youthf' No rohlem 11 too gfeat 07 zu to folze Whzfh ue go orth lo mee! earh day We re fmrdy ana' Jlrozzg and zz e ll 7161 er go u rong Wfzlh Chnft af our Gmdmg Ray I E Jw'-s vfnk Nz f'N ,Ms E59 tax-10 A Q f , , y J n , , r f', I f 1 , 'QA f T .T A f V- at ' 12 . of A. Y W P ' f' '- I V fl I vb ry ,F P so A X W 'x -3-ff T L Q' 11' ey" R A c Ez' UJBM I -' 1 lv-'cf ' . - 'A vf K RT. REV. ARCHBISI-IOP FRANCIS PATRICK KEOUGH Uur piritual We, the Towson Catholic 49ers, wish to congratulate Archbishop Francis P. Keough, on the continual good work he has done. Coming here last year he undertook to safe- guard the religious and moral aspects of the people of Baltimore and has succeeded in this very difficult and important work. We sincerely hope that the Archbishop will remain with us for a long time to come and will enjoy the same success that he has en- joyed thus far. Director FATHER GEORGE BOWLING To you, Father Bowling who have done such a wonderful job on piloting the junior and Senior Holy Name Societies, we send our sincerest thanks. In your first year at the Hilltop, you have endeared yourself to all the faculty and the student body. All who have had the fortune to make your acquaintance have profited greatly by your whole outlook on life and by your helpful assistance with our many problems. V '1 21 all nd' gray, paf -gl' FATHER MYLES MCGOXVAN You have been more than a spiritual ads viser to us, Father, for you have taken an active part in our C. Y. O. activities. Here, your friendly nature has taken such prece- dence over your high calling that the respect, which we would ordinarily pay you, has been converted into real friendship. Also, your successful handling of the parish paper, "The Spotlight," is a special cause of joy to many of us. VC'e can repay your kindness in one way: by praying for you. We ask only that you sometimes remember the 49ers when they HIC gODC'. IQ-' une 5 1949 Dear Snster M ulrus We the graduatmg class of 1949 wrsh to extend our most specxal xote of smcere thanks to you Slster Mary ulrus our home room teacher for the first half of the semor year and our vuse and krnd prmcrpal for the other semester You Sxster ulrus have proven yourself only too anxrous to help advxse and mstruct us durrng thrs our last year rn hrgh school and mdeed durxng all our years of hrgh school Wlthout your capable asslstance Sister our many undertakmgs both social and otherwrse would mdeed have farled Your extremely keen sense of humor and your unendrng patnence have often seemed to us lrke a crutch to a crrpple supportrng and helprng us at those trmes when we most needed them In the years to come 1f we your puplls should forget everythmg else about our years at The Hrlltop w would never forget you For you have provxded the weapons and shown us their use so that we mrght defend ourselves and mxght contmue as soldiers of Chrrst m the battle of lrfe Respectfully yours 8 ,rr A F' A Q A v , Q I Mfavd , .ur a 4 -:lf -' , h,fr1,,r I ,A ,..- N ,Q ,Wg D , , If J , - . 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V4.1 N1 was sw 4 rf xW , if W Sw we 5151111 MARY 1 ULIUS, PRINCIPAI SISTFR MARY CAMILLA Tvyo years ago Sister M Camilla vye viere under your efficient superyision At that time vue enyoyed More recently in our unior year we gratefully re ceiyed your instructions in chemistry During., this past yelr our sodality his flourished with your assistance lor 1ll these things me thank ou lll' SISTER MARY LEONITA To you Sister M Leonita our Senior homeroom teacher vye offer our sincerest thanks for your compe tent yguidance in Religion ind Mathematics Moreoyer the hours spent mth you in editing the Oyyl hold extremely pleasant memories for us You vyho ysaye of your time and effort so freely encouraged us to striye for perfection A large part of our success must be attributed to you SIST FR JOSEFITA MARIA It is to you Sister osefita formerly our unior homeroom teacher that we owe a special debt of gratitude for the part you played in making the Proms of these last tvyo years successful Had we not had your capable assistance they could ney er have been the delightful entertainments that they were Again we shall remember you for your able man agement of our cafeteril both at lunch time and atter school hours Hovs could we have endured those hours of grueling practice without the refresh ment you inexitably sent our way? N Y v N ' i 1 l . A I' - 1 V V' Y 4 K . yy, 1 , rr ,V A 'A , 5 L' 's V' - . I . 1 y -r V A s - 7 K A 3 V y - 'V. s ' I. . V ,ii - , '- I V ' , V V your classes in religion, English, biology, and art. . V ' J ' V , - 7 Y 0 , ' : A ,, ' ,By V, . e, . Y - . 7 . . , l , I , , Y! V I I 5 , ' V 7 1- . ,', A ' - I K yt' , s . A V - V 7. 1 If I 'v V . -. - y ' y , ' V' 1 - Faculty SISTER ST MICHAEL We wrsh to express our thanks for all your efforts to put us on the road to success We smcerely be lreve that they have not been rn varn Your Engllsh classes n our junior year together wrth your mvaluable mstrutrons rn typrng and short hand have helped to provrde us wrth the knowledge necessary to attain our goal Also your excellent care of our lrbrary for the past year has played a major role rn the quallty of our educatron Wrthout avarlable mterestlng and educi tlonal maternal nt would be greatly lacklng 45'- SISTER ST VICTOR Smce you are a recent member of the faculty we have not had the opportunrty o benng under your supervrsron Nevertheless your excellent traxnmg of our altar boys has proven the extent of your capabrlr tres It rs a genuxne pleasure to attend services which run so smoothly due to the beautxful manner m whrch the altar boys conduct themselves We know too our underclassmen have enjoyed your classes rn mathematrcs and relngron sk-'Y SISTER MARY CORDELLA Through your earnest endeavors we have acqurred a far greater realrzatron of our part rn the hrstory of the world By studyxng about the deeds of great men we hope to parallel our llves wxth therrs Then too your actrve mterest m the C S M C merxts the approval and gratrtude of each and every one of us . , , I f ' 2 ' ' 'Q-at . . , , . , L K . . 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X j V, tw' , . , ,T . 1 . 1 4? . . , I . , , 7 T4-2 Q Q-X5 MR ALBTRT BARTHIII MT years and luxe t1Uf.,lTt us the art of playmg sports by deyelopmg., our skrlls and by IDLFLISIUL our sense of faxr play To you vxe the 19ers ovwe a debt of thanks because you hue constantly helped us vyxth our problems and EIXLD us encouragement rn our actrutres We shall neyer forget you Thanks Agalnll R Our La Faculty MISS LILIAN LIBERTI To you Mrss L1bert1 the 49ers owe a specxal debt of gratntude for your help and councrl You who were a member of Tovsson Cathohc several years ago came back at the request of the mculty to porn the 49ers You haye throughout the year brlghtened the whole school mth your smrle and efficrent help We are especially grateful for your mterest ln all our socxal affalrs and for your knnd assrstance mth decoratxons and other art dlsplays Thanks yearn you ye been a true friend ilbuih HOGAN! ll ilh0QNh- X .4 MISS CASSANDRA MUDD You haye proy en yourself true to our rnterests from our first day at TC Mlss Mudd Neyer dlscouraged by defeat you haye taught us the true meaning of sportsmanshlp Always you haxe sought to enlarge our course m physrcal educatxon to strengthen our young bodxes and to ease our burdened minds Can we eyer thank you enough? , . . , X V . 7 3 . any r . A ' , w, Y: A , V ' 'gist ., L ' , r ' 1 , ' ' . ,Teal , ' , K ,t ' ' , ' . , t ' .ae - Ja. ' You have coached our teams for the past three T l' ' 1 ' ' . Y f ' . 1 'H f 1 , ll . K ,V ' v 1 ,q Lf B., , A A K ,K , 5, , in - I-K . , A 3 ,' 2 .ki ' . v' Y- r - 1 A ' 1 ' v' ' I k 1, , . , . Y r ' . ., S. . A ' A f 7 v Y A K7 'N . . y v v , Y Y 7 Y any , ' N 2 A g 'S S L.. X l Q S M,- 4- X Q., 47 A ReIl5,'o,,s 4 ' Q adm , Q51 ' w IN QUEST O15 RELIGION In Quexi of Religion, Ili' mi Um' Lon! To lead III in lmzlba' of Iiglvl. He hold! III I6L'lU'f?fj' in Hi,f foze. And gllfzlfif 111' In cqfnriw firilqlvl. Ifmkirzg In Him, our S.11'inm' Lum! King, lVe fear nn wrflvlj' Irhzf AJ we faithfully 11142111.1211 14 full II tmfy good, Serving Him, all Ike 11271516 Uf True Happlness Sodality Executive Board. Back Rau: lefl ln fighr-M. Robinson, H. Spott. C. Reed, A. Susemihl, D. Schaech, S. Frick, M. Billingslea. I"r-fm! Razr, left fu Hgh!!--P. Bushman, M. Rider, A. Robinson, j. Quick, A. Mooney, M. Clynes. Fred Williamson was absent. The true "gold" of success is really the heavenly reward that God has promised to the 49'ers as they dig their way past the deceiving bronze of evil and the rocks of suffering. The trials of life could not be met without some divine guidf ance and so we, as Sodalists, have prayerfully sought the help of Our Blessed Mother. We know that she has not forsaken our plea. The Sodality Executive Board, under various heads, has worked ardently to keep fresh in our minds the importance of virtue in our search for this gold. Under their management, we Catholic youth have been moulded, trained, and forrned according to the spirit and ideals of Catholicity. And as Catholicism and Americanism walk hand in hand, we Hnd ourselves living up to the ideals of American youth. Thus have the 49'ers attained a strong devotion for Our Blessed Mother, whose guidance is so necessary for our salvaf tion. Then shall we merit the gold at the end of our "Quest for True Happiness." I6 The Executive Board, under the direction of the Prefect and Vice-Prefect, is divided into various committees of two. These are the Eucharistic Committee, which urges fre- quent reception of the Blessed Sacrament, especially on First Fridays, and the Catholic Literature Committee that spreads Gods Word by inducing the appreciation of good Catholic books. The Apostolic Committee shows the charitable spirit of the Sodality by packing and sending Red Cross packages and the like. To publicize school affairs and to set a reverent atmosphere, the Publicity Committee directs the drawing of posters and the fixing of the bulletin board. As for the school affairs themselves, the Social Com- mittee te.nds to conducting the dances, bakes, and all other events. And last, but certainly not least, since it is the main purpose of the Sodality, we have Our Ladyls Committee that cultivates the tender devotion we have for Our Blessed Mother. The Cro ning Glor Of Prefect ANN Roisirsisozsi odali it The lvcautiful month of May rolls .iround .ind T. CQ. students snatch this opportunity to display their tender devotion to Our Blessed Lady in her month. In solemn procession the Hilltoppers wind their way around the Church property .ind tinally into the beauti- ful church on the hilltop that it- self is dedicated to our Irnin.1cul.1te Mother. Attired in p.1stel gowns .ind dress suits. they .ire followed hy the court of honor, who in turn. .ire attendants for the Queen. This Queen is our Prefect of the So- d.1lity, Anne Robinson. Precedinttg her is the Vice-Prefect, Peggy Bush- man, who reads the "Act of Con- sccrittion' to Our Lady. Then, the clinux of the whole Sodality year is enttctedg the Queen crowns the Blessed Mother in all the glory that is due her. -Ii 1 Vice-Prefect PEGGY BUSHMAN ie Queens court of honor. link Run. lift ni rigbf-M. Billingsleti, B. Fishpgiugh, J. Hurt. D. Schaech. A. Mooney osslmch, H. Anderson, M. Robinson. iliirliffe Rau. lefl lu figblfslwf. Clynes, P. Benzinger, Ann Rulwinggynv P, Bughmlm lcobs. M. Rider. Fmrzt Roux fd: In rilgffif--Irciie Vincent, Donna jones, Mary Lee XX'est, Patricia CJiH.1fAl, Suzanne Gold er 9 sin C. Cowmdn, P.1trici.1 Carney, and -ludith XX'ill. f 1 5 fa 2 . ,gg 4 1 1 I. iff? Q 5 ,fy if? 1 L- My "Qv +V 5' .W an ,fs 1.1 JL. Q ix Q- Q if H-A V . s u 1 an ' ' . u Q 4 ' .av , A b fw..-,, ,A ,M . N V an ,. Q4 'vw " Nm""""'-:.,f 'll 5"1'QQ5'1 f - , w:' f W V lf"'WM,. " '7?fWW? 5 ,.,, . W "V' QQ . - Q '1lV4vimT,+?'ZlV.k W A . .ir Legg? : . Sf' fi I 1 ny.: T I P .W W: Q .f F MWF! fe , if V A?" T'E'f.'u' I-QA 1., -LLJLIJ v '- 2 V 1,8 ' PN dk!-ans-uv' Little Talk ith God in their youth to be trained against the evils of the world and to spread the Word of God. It is the Invest- ment into the Sodality of Our Lady. At this ceremony, they took the sodalist's vow and re- cited the "Act of Con- secration" to Our Blessed Mother. Here did they pledge themselves for- ever to the keeping of God's commandments with Mary's help. This can be done only by fol- lowing the guidance of Our Blessed Mother through the Sodality. Father Patrick F. Murray, SJ. There are trying times in a teen-ager's life, and he must re- treat occasionally to the laby- rinths of his soul where he can have a little talk with God. Then, separated from the world, he lives in direct union with God. Because of such an im- portant event in every students life, a well planned retreat and an understanding retreat master are always obtained for his spiritual benefit. This year, it was Father Pat- rick F. Murray, S. J., who em- ployed his God-given powers to lighten our youthful burdens. For three days, under his cap- able guidance, Mass was offered, Holy Communion received, rosa- ries said, stations made, and other devotional actions per- formed. Moreover, Father's con- ferences and the "question box" were important sources of con- solation. Truly, after this "little talk with God", one can honestly say that he has profited in the Divine harvest of God's love. In Que it Of Di ertis ment OJ-"' IN QUEST OF A SOCIAL LIFE 111 quell of tl facial Life we rome I0 realize, Tim! life mn be lol! of fmzg ' That ll76I'6,I ulufayx time fo? parligf and d'd7It'6J', ' Only affer lbe work if dollb. Pl6'4Z.fIll6 am! ezzjoywzezzt ya To .roflen the hzzmxand Wbfh rome I0 all qu 0111 Q g l rf G0diggPla11, xbox! Jpmz, Toxmake nf yefarzz AIM' our blinful home Ed! 671 ,,.?"' fq X if 3 igfwf' iff, A Z, .fl Our Class Protege A penny a day keeps starvation away -. C' ' G' Q 9 . t ff F Brr! 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W2 Y P ' v in F i an ' fi' y E ' Ls sf 4 , an Q, Q1 1 4 sf Evg, -29 il li' 2 X 2 :fi 1 QIIIUI' 0 Prettxest Grrl Marcella Rossbaeh Cutest Glrl om Enrrght Best Looklng, Boy 1m Gedc Cutest Boy Rrrhard Doerer Norsxest Glrl Suzanne Famnt Noxsxest Boy john Cobo W1tt1est Grrl Mary Ann lerguson W1tt1est Boy Charles Reed Best Boy Athlete Wrlllam Scrlwener Best Gxrl Athlete Ann Mooney Prettrest Harr Bettre Guge y Prettlest Hands Irances Sw eeney Most Rellable Glrl Shrrley Ixlexber Most Relrable Boy joe Ourcx Most Porsed Boy Kenneth Bareharr' Most Polsed Gxrl Vrrgmra Hxrltcox Boy wth the p ettlest smnle Bernard Slrmbach Glrl vuth the prettlest smlle Betty Chetelat Best dressed grrl Lrllxan Wrlson Best dressed boy Albert Susemxhl Best all round boy oe Strrclter Best all round grrl M1ldred Rlder Best debator Fred Wrllramson Most mtelllgent boy joe Lanzr Most mtellxgent grrl Dorothy acobs Most talented Murrel Roblnson Class Day Dreamer Helen Anderson Most Photogemc jane Montell Best Dancer Dorothy Schaech 24 ' P .AL . " 7 r,..J' x 4. .. .i ,xl . . . 1 Y : L 7 l- I . .Y ' If l Ii" . i: Y V . . . W , . . ., 1 r, V. T . .7 , . 7. . . -A V L- . ij ' f i ' VK ,,...1- , Hershe V Here e Come 7 fs, " - --s, Q Maw J 'A ,Q 2 .,......----+v -Ma . ,"', 1 1 Q Q W- Q. iv L... W gh. E QQ . yan N MR. ALBERT BARTHIELMIE In que!! of health, we engage in Jporlf That develop our hodief and mindx, Sporlfmanfhipu - a code of the leamf, lVea1'e1 many tief that hind. In Que t J P IQQ . AM MISS CASSANDRA MUDD Baiketlmll and football, our fazforile Jportf, Bring uf viftorief and momenly of 101 They auzzkezz Ibe zeft of exfilement and zhrill In erery girl and boy. J Lfx."Q 'Rf Qi fh- ,f , lon 'cg I Jvc - Y'-Avcdv l -s V' ' x Uf Health , , , , S' NI F h ll F llleiaohr:lPelailll it TC. Smnding. Lefl fo Righ1fCoach Barthelme, Gede, Davis, Scrivener, Msgr. Nelligan, Hoen, Karwacki, Minker, and Assistant Coach, Stephens. Kneeling-Corbin. Friclc, Faulkner. Billingslea. Reed, Quenzer. and Roach, Manager. Swing- Cobo, DiMenna, Casey, and Lanzi. Towson Catholitfs Varsit Football Team Conference Preview Uf 1948 The Sfvry of the T. C. 28-BOYS' LATIN 15 On October 1. T.C.'s six-man football team played Boys' Latin for their first conference game in the 19-18 season. Towson Catholic played an exceptionally fine game. Passes from Scriyener to Cvede and Davis and a 70 yd. run by Scrivener put the game on ice for the Owls. T. C. 20-BOYS' LATIN 34 October 29th Boys' Latin handed T.C. a lamentable defeat. The team couldn't get moving until midway in the fourth quarter but then it was too late, for Boys' Latin had a 51-6 lead which our boys could not overtake. By defeating Saint Joseph on Oct. 15 Towson Catholic Won the Father O'Neill Trophy. The Highlight of the Year T. e. 40-sr. Joie 6 In a game at lrvington on November 5, Towson Catholic Highs six-man Varsity defeated Mount Saint joseph's gridders -10 to 6. St. ,loc made its only tally a TD in the third quarter. The Owl's scored in every quarter, piling up twenty points in the second period. Davis, Owl's end, scored two touch- downs and rang up his team's only two points after touchdowns, Father O'NeilI Trophy On October 15, the hrst game tor the Father O'Neill trophy was played. It is with much happiness that vie report that Towson Catholic will retain the trophy having won with a score of 20-IZ. Not Forgotten Post After the game, Monsignor Nelligan was called on the field to present the trophy. Monsignor gave a very short talk and congratulated the boys on their victory. He then presented the trophy to the Co-Captains Bill Casey and joe Lanai. This trophy was given in Memory of the Late Father O'Neill who passed away during the night after watching T.C. play St. joe. one year ago. T. C. 26-BOYS' LATIN 43 On November 11, at Saint Josephs Field, the Towson Catholic Sixfman football team suffered its worst defeat of the season at the hands of the Boys' Latin Sixaman team 45 to 26. The Owls therefore lost the "Conference Title". ..p' s aw- f , . Qf x Q . 'P 7 Q I .J I , '72- 'Q aff' 4 'F i K in Q 1' , i 5 if Q 'rr X. I' Y: '1 1 Sl. 'NN 55535 ww X, Y f NEA , fr 1 Ba kethall Karwacki fioy and Conlon leap high to gain possession of the ball from Loyola Corbin U41 and Cobo Q6 in the background Karwacki CIO, grabs a rebound Corbin Q1-lj takes a side shot, while Scrivener 1125 waits to regain the rebound. DiMenna 15 nets a lay up against Loyola joe Lacy 1121 tries in vain to stop him f' ,wh 1--. gwg,4 Var it and Hoop -Q., Shue Scrxvener Karwackx Coho Corbxn D1Menna Goodhues Conlm CUPBPS Alvm Karwackx Bxll Corbm Gene Shue Pete Spangler john Cobo Wxllnam Scnvener jnm Conlon Barry Gooclhues Gene D1Menn.a Total Pts 0 8 0 rVf'!'k Q' Man Herb Sport Qers P Kemp Roche kv M l J- SFC COI'8I'9 Mudd Spangler Derd 1 Mays Gede Stevens Watstmn TOTAL 510 22 Marlon Mmker Bob Cramer Domld Uondhues Piul Elln, Dlve Mudd Wwlt Quenzer jack Stephens Melvin Derda Fred Mays Total Pts 1244 1: if -SV ' ., v The Power Behind The Teams The officers of the Girl's Athletic Association are busily at work talking over plans for the sports' year. The Officers are, left to right: Bobbie Lee, Secretary, Anne Mooney, Presidentg Miss Mudd, Coach, Arlene Davis, Vice-President. The managers of the girls' Basketball Team, fully prepared, set out for an important game. Left to right, they are: Shirley Kleiber, Jeanne Shettle, and Mary Clynes. 34 Champion B0 ler Bovslmg has recently become 1 very popular sport at TC Prctured abou ure the members of the Varsrty and the V Top row A Mooney B Rossbach M Kaltenback B Nelson bccond rom P Wfhrteleather M Wfebb A Arnold M Brllrngslea D OMal1a Bottom rom T Haberlander M A Rochc B Glbler md B Matthevss The Grrl s Varslty Bowllng Team successfully defeated Mt de Sales St Martrns Instrtute of N D Cathollc Hrgh and Seton to secure the Catholrc School Bowlmg, Champronshrp Members of the Varsrty The hrghest scorer was Beverly Nelson who led the team to uctory mth an axerafte of 106 pornts Tred for second place were Mary Blllmgslea and Booty Rossbach mth 96 pornts aprece Follovung closc behmd was Marla Webb wlth 94 pts Roundrng out the team xxcrc Anne Mooney mth 90 pornts md Agnes Arnold vsrth 89 poxnts All S-"' p k an 'ACCUIAL 101-,Shi :tru cfs Bootv Rosibger opponents nod bfwfvi Booty Roigldirc for the tham Forms agarrw SCOre nk Dm OMal1.1 nllani Tignes ' 5 OWU th e J. . I 4: . I, t .' , . V ,l . ' . . N ' 1 'Z . ' , , are: Booty Rossbach, Mary Billingslea, Agnes Arnold, Beverly Nelson, Maris Webb and Anne Mooney. . , . t '. ' . f D . ' I i L E 'Ie I L. . Y I 1 '14 K. :cryin 1 V - ' , ' ' ' 4. l . A,-. Ba kethall U 'i if W J We They 40-54 36-25 51-16 9-33 14-24 13-40 17-36 17-49 17-41 27-26 28-53 31-14 Forwards M. L. Wheeler M Shoul A Mooney B Reed K Oifetr R M Denchelman B Gabler M Kalten bach L Rudrger R,Perk1ns We They 21-11 4-21 16-24 11-17 Il-11 I3-17 Forfeit 10-26 9-16 Guards H Anderson A Arnold C Bussle J Connelly R Matthews A Dans J Vamk D Rabb R Childs, Mary Lou Wlieeler, last year's tlmmpitm, prepares to give her tipptment a fast game. 1 7.. 2... 'li After winning a harcl game, Lee Wilson poses with her racket. Badminton and R. M. Deichelman keeps a keen eye on the birdie. Rita Chilcoat displays great skill as a first-baseman tm the softball team. ofthall At practice, Matlene Shoul prepares to bat while Maria Webb catches. Rita Childs proves to be a cap able pitcher for the team. euv-"""' wt. if ct l l Our peppy cheerleaders add spirit to the games. Reading clockwise. they 1' are--M. Henry, J. Toland, M. Rider, B. Mathews, D. Berryman, S. Hunt, and ' in the Center I.. Wilstnn. Captain. r N ' V . ul 2 1.,lU ' , . ARL, t 'X' A ,f LIN, rf . L K 'f.x..-- ,lx-, -. 1' .' ' l lvllf! 7' ' 2 ' N A if' , ' 3 i- IL f ylgkt Sports Center, 'D, Gilnmreflaces C, Bossle'sl"skates-fr., jane Montell, mounted on her horse. while M. Rider. L. Xlililsun and J. Toland look on. , fully takes the jump. "Che-ssie", skill rfij, "-2115 .., Q.-. In Uuest of Culture In Queft of Culture, through the yeafy, We pfogreff in knowledge and Jkill. Mufimlef, operetlat, our pride and joy, Wfith rupture our heart: do fll. Forward we Jtride, abolifhing fear, To afcomplifh the Jlarzdardf u'e'1e Jet. We're proud of our deed! and u'e'll be prouder ftill, Onfe our goalf are mei. I 5-A 'DV ri' Fffgf v. M 1 Cvlr Wxtdgksi 2 . oh "' -- 1 ,,,. . di 4 w"' A I I .r J, J, vf Hark! the He In Quest Jlmieqf 1 Hark' the her-a1d an-gels sing','fGl 2.Chr1z-,thy hxgh-estheav'n a-doredg Cl 8. Hail! the heawjn-bornPrince of Peace! H E8vCaT30'X 'avg V n CHARLES XVESLEY ." 1 E 4 ' . 7 , ' fb AHCFW of Culture d Angels Slng .L to the new-bornKing'! ldace on eax'th,and he ev.er-1ast-ing' Lords Late in time be- he Son of' Rig'htfeousness!Lig'ht and life to Pi IF F Cu' V W1 A 491 Jew potli hters Present ll ' ll The Kings lion leur One of the fondest traditions we have here at Towson Catholic is the annual presentation of the Christmas play. This year "The Spotlightersn, our dramatic organization, presented "The King's Jong- leur". The Carolers opened the program with the favorite Christmas hymns of today and yesterday. At left: Rita Perkins, as the Blessed Virgin, ap- pears in the Miraculous Window with the Babe of Bethlehem in her arms. .J ly 2 5 ,, lf K Jdlylfllifkdi' i ',7 R' we W lf Jflvfxfl "ll yfli N fu ' ,X . i i it i .btw 1 Ll ls. The cast of "The King's jongleurn gathers backstage before the opening The Blessed' Lady appears to the curtain. Kneeling, left to right-B. Slimbach, R. Doerer, J. Robinson, J. King's jongleur fRobert Hawlcinsj and Quick, A. Toland, C. Phelan, D. Dougherty, J. Foley. Standing-C. Green, J. Peasant Girl fAnn Kellyj who have Frick, C. Reed, A. Susemihl, R. Hawkins, K. Bareham, L. Rudiger, A. Kelly. made their humble offerings ro the Christ Child. Si! Faflje fK- .Bafehaml aCkf10Wl- Brother Choir master KC Reedj leads a group of pious monks in the edges HH. 1.f1U0dUCf10U F0 Lady Pflfleflll traditional carol The First Noel Left to right A Toland D Dougherty U-. Rudlglerl. In the background are C Phelan I Foley J Robinson B Slimbach D Doerer J Quick the monks, B. Slimbacn, D. Dougherty, J. Foley. "The King's jongleur" centers around the miraculous window in which the Blessed Virgin once appeared in appreciation of a gift. In hopes of her reappearance the Father Abbot of the monastery in which the window is found, invites three famous personages to offer gifts But when these fail, the humble jongleur offers his heart and peasant girl her dance. The window be comes illuminated and the Blessed Virgin appears to the awestruck pair and gives her blessing. She then disappears and the King's Jongleur falls dead into the Father Abbot's arms. A J, I , ,fgfirfj . f' f fi f-L,f'I- 'I wi if A- 'kf L if!!! -aff f .ve fad at viva. fa-ff . A, 1,17 5:1441 s, Coming down the main stairway to the auditorium, the Carole-rs sing the perennial favorite, "Hark the Herald Angels Sing". First row, left to right-A. Wiseman, J. Connelly. Second row-M. Shoul, J. Vanik. Third row- M. Ashby, E. Chetelet. Fourth rowiC, Bossle, E. Gugerty, u ical oment aka For The Girls in the Glee Club are singing "Three Little Maids". They are: First row, left to right-M. Rider, R. Losinski, H. Anderson, M. Clynes. M. Robinson, L. Wlilson, A. Rohinson, A. Arnold. Second row --J. Hctterirk. A. Cockey, P. Bush- Q ?b man. R. Chilcote, L. Giammari. l Third row---I.. Rudigier,G. Scheiner, A. Morgcrcth, J. Toland, M. Hiel- miin. Pianist--E. Kohles. vi "The Hills of Home" which Muriel Robinson sings here is typical of the American spirit. She is also il cello soloist and a trio member. The Boys' Glee Club sings "Home on the Range". They are: First row, left to right-J. Quick, R. Doerer, A. Tolund, R. Hawkins. SeC0r.d row-B. Slimhiich, B. Troy. XV. Corhin, S. Frick. Third row-J. Watscmn, C. New, F. Faulkner. Pianist-D. Schaech. 1. if 1 Q 1 C . C 4 Q , . , 'O' ie wk I '. J pix gy Gi' -' ,TBI fag ' wk X 1 Red lll Traditional Uperetta Highlights Our Musical Year CAST "CON" KIDDER ...........,........................................................ STANLEY FRICK "KID" CONNOR .................................................................. ROBERT RALEY BURGOMASTER ........................................,....... ............... I OHN FOLEY FRANZ .................................................................... FRED WILLIAMSON WILLEM ..................,......................................... STEVE TAORMINA CAPT. KARL ...................................................... WILLIAM CORBIN GOVERNOR ................................................ CHARLES GREEN MR. PENNEYFEATHER ................................ CHARLES REED GRETCHEN .................................... MURIEL ROBINSON ,IULIANNA .......................................... ANNE ROBINSON TINA ...................................... DOROTHY SCHEACH COUNTESS DE LA FERE MILDRED RIDER et Gretchen andKal eym ch ak sfo rherelo e et Lf: r,vr u inlove,meplz1n r i pmn, Tina. Con Kiddrr and Kid Connor "W'HlSTl.E IT". The Countess de la Fere uses a little too much "parlez-vous" to suit Con Kidder and Wfillem. A9 .mg i Tina startles the flower girls with the announce- ment of her forthcoming stage career. L1 'S s Wa Q, u I If l H .--q ' Y lv '31 fowl ul Fix' pn av Con Ixnddcr md lxxd Connor leuc thc. Red Burgomlstcr md Vkxllcm dncum the rcuums M111 Inn ln 1 typxmlly Amcrncm manner X1 -'sl x 1 why YOU CAIN NLViR ThLL ABOLT A WOINIAIN The Goxernor Qccms to he m hne Splnts IN he puscs vslth lui hippy brndc ulxmm In Uuest of Knowledge In Qnefl of Kzzozrledge, we .rlrire early day To diifoz ef age-old lflffbff Uwe fare many trofzblemme, lhongb 1'c1IU7'014.f 141:61 Uyith the .rpirit of Amerimzz youlhif N0 problem if 100 great for uf Io mire, Uvlvirh ue go forlh to meet early day. 1Ve're flzzrdy and Jlrozzg and u'e'll nerer go 11 rang, U"ith Chrifl af our Guiding Ray. 1""x x sf Jr 'hz r x 15:95 R e, M2163 cf' 9' 1 -ff cuff . M YT' ,fx "1 ,4 '93 ' "Q-,. eb-"4 ' 49, fl 1-2, 'I , 1. . ln Quest H. 'bf ig x ff 13. F 5 - I I va f T, , W an-JU 1 ff' ' ai Q gg 3 il 1 19 05, If Jul' if 'ii if A Green .5 ffm Freshman B-Fifi! mu' 1 r S W'ri ht C Kalista B. . , , ., .. g , . . Mathews, F. Sturm, F. Hicks. j. W'ills. Sermzd mir, I. r. D. Smith. R. Kilchensteing R. Hurt, S. Hunt, M. A. Ruche, N. Smith. R, Troy, Third mug I. r., P. Truit, LI. Henry, J. Hurt, A. Rider. H. Lindenstruth, T. Huberlimdcr, D Turnbaugh, Fourth mug I. r.. C. XX',iCgLlI1d, F. Patrick, B Recd, P. NX'hiteleather. P. O'Neil, A. Sikorsky. Fifth raw, I. r.. V. Toner, XV. Stork, A, Plumber, T. Shuul, P. Shea Sixth mu-, I. r., F. St. Ledger, J. Stephens, S. Miller, C Scssa, J. Sweeney, F. Weidenbuur. Richard Lockner points out various countries on the map for the History class. "rv X3 ,Jkfs 'it' Top Picture Thu trcshman tkiss repre- wnnilixts ul on:fI5. Lum-s Swfcrw. Lick Stephens. Rcgirm Kihh.1nstcint'. Ie.in Shuttle. Freshmen celebrate Navy day . Q, si" 'L W, nal was IV e . U . I sew 'cz Algebra students N. Douglas, B. Kraft, P. Fish- paugh, P. Ellis at the board, explain several problems. Miss Lillian Liberti Helps eager art students with their projects Our freshman art students have helped all the school dances with posters and decorations, and have beautified the hall windows at Christmas and Easter time. Souliomorn A 1"1 mu' 11' A Tolind R Chilcoat Ctn Sophomore A representatives john Robinson joseph Tuchton Rita Chilcoat ophomore -1 ' . 'nu , . a , . ',J. D- nolly, M. Slioul. AI. Viinik, C. Phelan. Sevrmd wuz I.-rx, D. Dougherty, B. Butler, R. Chiltls. D. Raab, R. Perkin, I.. Kates. Third muy 1.-r. F. Mays, M. Kultcnlmirk, P. Hamilton, V. Gilbert. L. Rudigier, Li Butt. Frfurfh ww. I.-vx. F. Biinkerd. R. Haley, A. Morgereth, K. Offutt, M. Vifheeler. 1. Touchton. J. Robinson. Fiflh muy I.-11, C. Green R. St. Ledger. j. Lynch, S. Stover, VU. Snyder, R. Hawkins, j Sikorsky, XV. Stromer, Vl. Frick. y Lf , - ff K' Kg . f X 'V ,f ' Y' 'l . L ff rf G , L C -Q .. , - f' V X L",-' ff ll sb' 'L 'fl' .- s5,t ffm 1 ,- f lf' 4r'1"'f 5 .fr rr' . cf GLC: "" 'ZZ gf lil, Ag , lffP,,1vci-Af-' fi I ll ' Q Sophomore Baliivzit row, I.-r. Cixlzelbaugh, B. Bragg, A. Wiseman A. Carney, P. Daly. A. Hess. Sefond wuz I.-r.. j. Miles, M. Mooney P. Ashby, N. Griffin, B. Goldberg, L. Wfarns. Tlaifd mug I.-rx, M Fool Sophomore B.- Class Representatives j. Zukris, S. Tarminoea, P. Daly. A. Wisemzm. ,J Feely, D. Berryman, j. Burns, M. Webb, B. Nelson, T. Bond. Fourib rouu I.-r.. D. Goodhues, 1. Zukas, J. Anderson, j. Arnold, j. Shors J. Wheeler, S. Tarminoea. Fiflly row, W. Blake, R. Voigt, j. Davis B. Creamer, M. Minker, J. Coley, j. Norick. . ,mg if 'C Class Librarians Louis Rucligier and Virginia Gilbert select a book for reference Wise Sophomore B-These girls are concentrating on their biology. Sophomore Latin Class translat mg from Auxrllum Latmum their bi monthly Latin magazine 7 . . v ' 4 . 1 i Fools Biology students are looking in- tently through the microscope. '. Sophomore students are studyxng the Mass under the guxdance of Sr St Mxchael These Sophomore girls wrll be the seamstresses of tomorrow Left to rxght B Bragg M Mooney A Morgereth V Grlbert ' u 4! e H - I Third Ups juniors-Fifri row, I.-r., D. Gilmore M. Ady, P. Riely, B. Lee, C. Bosley Serond dow, I.-f., J. Brown, M. Phelan, G. Scheiner, R. Losinski, A Davis, J. Toland, R. Nop enbur er P H - Third mug 1.-r.. R. Fishpaugh, 1. Srrose, P. Spangler, R, Comes, M. Smith, B Dilworth. Fourllv row, lfr., J. Schivone M. Derda, K. Roache, C. New, H ff. , FN A494 Simms, P. McDonogh. Fi lb ww, l,- . R. Shoul, G. Thumon, W. Walzog, Mullen, B. Corbin, F. Faulkiner, Troy. Sixfb row, 1.-r., J. Watson, Sikorsky, G. Shue, A. Kawacki, Raley, D. Kilchenstein, J. Linhart. 1 junior A. Class Representatives Pete Spangler, . Robert Raly, joe Watson, Bobbie Lee. junior B. Class representatives Mary Mclntyre, Joan Adams, Charles Herring, Walter Quenzer, Cf f......... - . V- -...- l 3 ,1 ha Y liikrii 2 junior B.iFirf! mu: 1.-r., C. Meyer, P. Casey, L. Vanik, N. Newton, E Murphy, M, Mclntvre, F. Kieswetter Serond muy 1.-r., S. Di Vata, P. White N. Weigrrntl, M. Hogan, L. Giammari J. Heatterich, R. Hemler. Third row, I. Maly, A. Mix, J. Adams, M. Kirch- ner, E. Kohles, A. L. Cockney, W. Quen- zer. Fourlly row, J. Luhrman, R. Childs, B. Monks, M. Heilman, M. Deal, C Herring, H. Walsh. Fifth row, W. Reagan, -I. Schepf, S. McGinn, I. Mich- ael, D. Mudd, R. Zellinger. Q-. The Junior boys seem deeply en- grossed in the French records Sister Julius is playing for them. Erstvshrle sctentrsts clelxe xn the mysterxes con tamed m test tubes Eager Geometry students axm to explam the solutron to a problem Glorxa Schemer rs dem onstratmg '-l ff' First Year aim to reach their rthand At the board ar R Childs A L Cockey E Kohles A Efford N Wiegand wif 5 5 xyq Q ,KQV ww' ,131 f -5'4p,J fffg I gh-'gff of" g"'1'fb"Z bf bf' 'uf-gV7,fs Q, fa Kr-f ! for ff, f ,rf ff' ,lfif if ff! ,I ,-ff? 136,-tk y-.... i -re .., W 'V' ' . 'S w ' ' ' ' "fi I " J, if - -' f 'Lv' U M if , f fc, Qi 3 gf fi A I 1 .L -M4 f,f M..-f X" lg H ff' U --4 X ., in I U o ii I if it ff ' ff, ,A b ' x Nr 'N ., A " 4 ,J , ,fy ff" ' stenographers ' ' J M gozil in sho . e: , ' J .i ii, wif' My Q i A u . , r in agp, J -r , 3 7 v 'J i ' .1 ,ft ,D ' Under Sister josentifs direction Bookkeeping Students apply their skill in balancing their budgets. Elinor Kohles and Mary Mclntyre at board. e The eniors MOHS1gHOf Joseph M Nellxgan Pastor PA The rellglous 1nstruct1ons wh1ch MOHS1gDOf Nellngan dehvers each Monday mormng have been most gracefully accepted because of thenr pracrxcallty now and ln years to come for all those who contemplate rnarrxed llfe We feel aw are of our respons1b1l1t1es and we shall always cherxsh the memory of these frultful lnstrucnons enior Panel discussion on the United Nations. President of Panel-Mil- dred Rider. Panel Members-j. Lanzi, R. Doerer, S, Kleiber, D. Jacobs, A. Susemihl, E. Mul- len, Kenneth Bare-ham. Dorothy Scheack and Joseph Lanzi working trig.problems at the board as Sister Leonita looks on. A Work SY: I . Q,1' Dickie Doerer, joe Lanzi and Ed Mullen hard at work in Latin class. 'il i Future business men and women of tomorrow learning the in's and out's of secretarial training. 63 "Owl" typist prepare copy for next issue. Seated left to right P. Benzinger, Hart and standing D. Comes, B, Rossback. tonographers of Tomorrow Senior stenographers working at the board. Left to right: Stricker, M. Rossbach, P. Benzinger, Hart, D. Hayward. Senior typist caught in the midst of their ten minute CT. test by the photographefs camera. 4 g Vilmx, Lg MX. 3 A sf 9 , 35,5 Q46 iff ,M 'fir fi 'Q N? , 2- -,. if f - W-4 ev' . l 4 S? J Y 9 '94 fm in 'iv "Owl" staff utting out an issue Behind The Headlines 4 ,503 of the school piper. A. Robinson, D. Schaeck, M. Clynes, D. Jacobs, D. Doer, Enright, S. Frick, H. Anderson and sitting, M. Rider. ' F?- "Owl" reporters standing, L. Wilson, J. Quick, V. Hickcox, and A. Kelly. Sitting are M. Ferguson, "Owl" business managers S. Klieber, and B. Bill- A. Mooney, A. Arnold, F. Williamson, and F. ingslea take time out for a "Hi1ltop"photographer. Sweeney. 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Mildred Rider, Dorothy Jacobs. joseph Lanzi, Virginia Hickcox, Muriel Robinson and Dorothy Schaech. Above are the Senior class members of the National Honor Society, an organization recently inaug- urated in our school. Their membership is based upon scholarship, service, leadership, and character. Our enior Class Officers rx ava- V? 'WSO CATHOLIC HIGH SCHO0 ff 2 k..,,..r he Flg 1 ES ET SUE A ltt T F S l g.,lt W7 I 59' HELEN GERTRUDE ANDERSON HELEN AGNES MARIE ARNOLD AGGIE IMMACLLATE CONCEPTION IMMACULATE CONCFPTION Llbranan 2 orr 1 2 j V Basketball B wlmg 2 3 4 ee Club 1 2 VHISIIQ Varsrty 4 alny 1 2 3 Glee Club Basketball 4 allty 1 2 Owl Staff 4 French Club 4 Owl Staff 4 Year Year Book Staff 4 Operetta 2 4 French Book Staff 4 M C Red Cross Clu 4 Cheer Leader 3 Rrdmg Club 4 Dreamer one of sxx Oh that wocabulary" CSMC 4 Iegxon of Decency 3 1 Red Cross blue eyes qulet next stop ND M bangs The lazy Eve French Club Secretary Heartbreaker Brooklyn Born frrendly dry humor page two dimples good friend I dont care troubles Mary and I Future teacher drgnrfled Afffidlil Hffblf Oh H1096 Slumbef P3fUf'S" relrant sweet gurl cute always smrlmg beautiful MARGARET ANN ENZINGER PEGGY ST MARY S Gee Club 1 2 3 Bovslmg 2 3 Rndrng Club alrty 1 2 MC 1 Owl Staff 4 Re Natronal Honor Socxety oss12 shorthand whrz personalrty future ambmon secretary member of the Quadruple Alhance early arnvers johnny Loyola College sparklrng eyes drmples tresses sympathetnc helpful MARY BILLINGSLEA BUB TE CONCEPTION j V Basketball 1 V rsrty 2 3 Glee Club Softball 2 Ice Skatmg Club 4 Ow Staff 4 C orr 1 2 So allty 1 2 Sodalrty Fxecutrve Board 4 Bowlrng 2 Year Book Art1st 4 Red Cross 3 MC 1 Badmrnton 3 Bo But srster personalrty dlmples her tvun brother That red sweater ee Als secretary all around athlete Uptown 42 Dodge eggs future secretary blue eyes good drrver X2 , r A ' x We ff ,. 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'- A ,' 'Y""Y MARY MARGARET BUSHMAN PEGGY IMMACULATE COINCEPTIOIN orr I 7 J V Basketball 1 2 Varsrty Sodalnty Fxccutne Board 4 Gee Club 1 2 Basketball team CSMC 4 Cute and socrahlc pol parrot Oh Suzanne ' Schnaufers one of the Brg Six Z V Bowllng 2 help me sweet drsposrtron Ocean Crty lover I hope P f of the Soclalrty Where s Franme' Tollgate y Hrlltop 'Olly ELIZABETH ANN CHETELAT BETTY ST ANTHONY S Bow mg 2 3 S alrty 2 3 4 Rrclmg Club 4 Ice Skatmg Club 4 CSMC 4 Legron of 4 Crty fan short stuff Wheres cute and socrable crazy moments Hochschxlds wrtty yrtterbug person tlrty krcl somebodys stenog Decency blondre poems MARY CATHERINE CLYNES KATE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Sodalrty Executrve Board 4 ae Club 2 3 F ch Club I Basketball Manager Owl Staff 4 ren MC 1 Red Cross 4 Year Book Staff 4 Blue eyes qunct Delayurc fm one of srx seamstress record collector cake maker Carry mc back to Ole Vrrgmny Helen and I cafeterra cashbox consultant japan boundff' college asprratnons DOROTHY MARY COMES DOT ST JOSEPH S ahty 1 2 3 ee Club 1 2 3 Staff 4 Year Book Staff 4 MC 1 2 L es to dance always smrlmg one of srx ov Fullerton Pau Goetzs barn football fan loves that Hrllbrlly musrc courteous frrendly Co operatrve OW JG Ch',.-,3,4..... 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K NJN u-nu., fy...-.8 AJ 'Ju ! ,WW 013, ,M Add AZ f E :W JOAN MARIE ENRIGHT JOANIE KATHRYN SUZANNE FAISANT SUZIE BLESSED SACRAMENT IMMACULATE CONCEPTION French Club 4 ee Club l 2 3 Sodalxty Glee Club 3 orr 1 2 3 Year Book Staff Operetta 3 jay Vee Basketball 3 S alxtyl 2 3 4 MC 1 2 Owl Staff 4 Year Book Staff 4 CSM C Operetta 3 French Cub 4 jay Vee Basketball 1 Gnft of Gab Tollgate one of the bng srx Faxsants star Boarder eyes Lend me your attractlve pleasxng personallty Paratroopers comb please Skrp future U of M gxrl Wheres Joanne? class clown Schnaufers Suzanne always smrlmg petnte and sweet 12 years on the Hxlltop thrrd Fatsant to graduate one of the bng sxx cute lovable frrend from TC Gomg to Flmt' -as 5 7 MARY ANN FERGUSON FERGIE' ELIZABETH MARY FISHPAUGH 'BEI IY CATHEDRAL GRAMMAR SCHOOL IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Cheer Leader, 3 Rndmg Club 4 Ice Skatlng Sodalxty, 1, 2, 3, 4 CSMC, 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club, 4 Glee Club, 3 Sodalnty, 1, 2, 3, 4 Club 1 Cholr, 1 Sodalxty Executive Board, 4 Owl Staff, 4 Year Book Staff, 4 Soft Ball, 2 Red Cross 3, 4 Sophnsucated the lazy hve Florida slumber Luthervrlle fan Earl chewmg gum Oh, party 3 oclock walks dramauc Oh my my half ' qulet those eyes 36 Plymouth soul"' everybodys frxend personalxty kld Maybe I maple rest personalxty keeps you smrlmg Hess shoe store woman But srster reserved rougxsh ! 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I l 'l Q sw L MARILYN GERTRUDE FLICK FLICKIL FLIZABETI-I ANNE GUGERTY BET5 IMMACULATE CONCEPTION ST MARY5 our I 2 Cheerleader 2 3 Glee Club .1l1ty 1 2 Bowlmg 2 3 Ice Skatrng ICC Sklfmg Club I 1llfY 1 Clu I MC 1 Legron of Decency French Club 4 ay Vee Bowlmg 5 Riding Clu 2 C M C 2 Bobby plelsmg personality Where s Betty? Lmle Mmlyn slumber party the llzy Eve Tollgwre attractxve long black rresses m sweet dlsposntron takes her tlme Wheres shorthand' Loyola College fan Ocean Cnty lover Aggre9 Prttsburgh here I come' persomlrty Harls from Upper Govans thlrd Gugerty to Eddres partres Marllyn keep your desk rn order gmduafe from TC books books books"' JEAN DOROTHY HART JEAN VIRGINIA ST MARY S CECILIA HICKCOX ST MARTINS CHICKIE ee Club 1 2 dllfy 1 2 fi alrty 1 2 A Glee Club 1 French Vee Bowlmg 3 Rndtng Club 2 3 4 Ice Skatnng QIU 4 MC 1 Natronal Honor Clu 4 Ovnl Staff 4 Year Book Staff 4 Sgclefy 4 MC 1 gum f Decency 1 2 3 Red Harr one of snx blushes easnly Henry Loyola fan craves for a long page boy short chewmg gum U of M fan movtes qulet hand vnhxz brown eyes Gumff meW No Srsterl .md frrendly personalnty eager student obeclrent personaltty plus early arrrver member of respectful the Quadruple Allumce co operatrve tl 1'f'f7iW3lPl DOROTHY VIRGINIA JACOBS JAKE ELIZABETH ANNE KELLY ANNE BLESSED SACRAMENI SHRINE OF THE SACRED HEART CSMC Representatrve 3 4 Operetta 2 3 Gee Club I 2 3 4 alrry l 2 3 Dramatrcs alrty 1 2 3 Owl Staff 1 Edrtor rn Chref French Club 1 Ovsl Staff 1 Rrdmg of Yearbook 4 Natronal Honor Socrety 4 Glee club 4 O eretta 2 3 4 Red Cross 4 u 1 2 French Club 4 Catholrc Revrew MC 1 2 Legron of Decency 1 2 3 4 Reporter 4 Legion of Decen Y 1 2 3 4 Future veterrmrran lrnsh eyes are smrlmg next Mrckey yearbook vlorrres harr cut one of stop Umversrty of Penm Bobby Meadoyabroolt s x svsell grrl pug nose always vsrllrng to shorty yxrtty Wtxnderful when you know he p school whrz quiet but socrable oranges er songsrress open street car vundows 'uw Ti' ,,,,.'v-'- SHIRLEY MARGARET KLEIBER SHIRLEY FLIZABFTH FGER LABAI BETTY IMMACULATE CONCEPTION IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Basketball Manager 3 4 Owl Staff 4 Chonr JHY V99 Bagkifball 1 G eff Club 1 2 'S 50d3llfY Glee Club 1 2 3 M C 1 2 Re orr I Legron of Decency OSS 1 2 R Cross 3 l Towson Theatre Johnnle one of srx Colorado FUOW Pefsomllfl' Plug Yeafns 'O K0 t0 Tfol' Springs Bound typing Whiz qulet fourth pretty chocolate mrlkshake please Tollgate I Klerber to graduate from TC always wrllrng to help an wheres PM one of the blg SIX regular Tollgate customer knows just about loves School ' Wall Until I mad mY leffff everyone years on the Hnlltop yyrllrng .. .. ',, .... ,, l , , , , ...Sod ' . , ', Sod',,,,4.,.- " ' 2,s,4... W , , , p ,,, , Clb,,,3,4.... , ' ' C.s...,,,s,4... ' ' " v C, is-mF"'-" ... ... In OA ' """' l' 12... ll ...C.S.-..,,.,3... d ll3,3'4---Ch'-'2,5l4-H ' . Clr,,'3. ll, ,,,A. K ,rot JANE GOLDSBOROUGI-I MONTELL "JANE" ANNE MARY MOONEY "MOON" IMMACULATE CONCEPTION BLESSED SACRAMENT Operetta, 1 . . . Dramatic Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Glee VHFSUY Binkefbfill. 1. 2- 5, 4 - - - Vfifsitl' Snffbfill, 2. 3. 4 Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Sodaliry, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . C.S.M.C., ---VMSIIY Bowling-2,14 -..Pf6Sidfnr0f Girl'sA.A.A., 19 2: 31 4 ' ' ' Red Cross: 11 21 3: 4 1 3 . . . Sodallfy, I, 2, 3, 4 Li. . Staff, 4 . . . C.S.M.C., . . . tt',l...Sl'E 'Bd,4... Lutherxgliegnls' Pretty,,6i1' ghocirgnlkargeg ,gulet bughgsfgfllg GIEECESEQIIFZ, 3, 4 . . .cieigiltib ofxgeldexnccy Rgpresentative, whiz . . . that big Chrysler! . . . sweet disposition . . . If ' ' Year Book Staff' 4' johns Hopkins . . . poise . . . "Missy" . . . pepsodent BIK bln? fYf5 - - - Pffsnnalifl' - - - UOICHY. nike ii CHSY-H smile, . . . Fish and I . . . "Lois called last night." . . . early arriver . . . wonderful sport . . . "What budget are you I X' on?" . . . Upper Govans . . . member of the Quadruple I f , . ' - Q , Alliance . . . likes to be a help. if "Q tw' P xi Xxfird . MILDRED THERESA RIDER "MII.I.Y" MARGUERITE ANNE ROBINSON "ANNE" IMMACULATE CONCEPTION IMMACULATE CONCEPTION National Honor Society, 4 . . . C,S.M.C., 4 . . . Glee Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Operetta, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Choir, Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Operetta, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Owl Staff, 4 . . . Year Book Staff, 4 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Sodality, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Sodality Executive . . . French Club, 4 . . . Ice Skating Club, 4 . . . Sodality Board, 4 . . . gramatic Club, 4 .k. . Ee Skating Club, Executive Board-Prefect, 4 . . . C.S.M.C., 4. 4 ' ' ' Owl Sm ' 4 ' ' ' Yea' B00 Sta ' 4 ' ' ' French Oh, that art . . . "Where's A ie?" . . . eaches and Club, 4 ' ' ' Chef' Leader' 3- 4' cream comppleiyiion . . . pretty . . .ggleasing displbsition . . . Natural curly Hair . . . Milly the Model . . . footloose 006 Of the "big Six" - - - HIWHYS lending 8 helping hand and fancy free . . . the lazy five . . . has those darmatic . . . "Are you going to the Tollgate? . . . college bound moments . . . four brothers . . . "Etts" . . . "Where's . . v0C8liSt. my picture?" . . . always keeps you laughing . . . French genius. 'Wi MURIEL YVONNE ROBINSON MURIEI. MARCELLA LOUISE ROSSBACH BOOTY Glee Club 2 4 Operetta 2 4 Red Cross 2 4 BLESSED SACRAMENT- Owl Staff 4 CSMC 2 4 Sodalrty Executxve Gee Club 1 2 3 Riding Club 2 3 Varsity Board 4 Natronal Honor Socxety 4 B l ow mg 2 3 4 allty 1 2 3 Owl Staff 4 Talent persomfred harls from West Vrrgmra CSMC 4 expert cellrst nrghtmgale of TC personalrty Franny collgate smrle h h d oc ea Loyola quret and socrable porse dxgmfled Regxna College Fan Pefgonallty typing Whiz 5 Orchestra excellent character magnc everyones fnend Member of the Quad ruple Alllance ,ff DOROTHY FRFIDA SCI-IAECH DOTTIE FRANCES ANNE SWEENEY FRANNIE SACRED HEART ST MARYS Gee Club 1 2 3 4 S alxty 1 2 3 4 Operetta ee Club 1 2 Operetta 3 Sodalrty French Club 4 Class Vxce Presrdent 3 Owl SMH 4 Year BOOIC Staff 4 Class pl-esldem 4 Secretary of Soqlallly 4 French Club 4 Ice Skatmg Club 4 Class officer jay Vee Basketball l Varsxty Basketball 2 3 NHUOHHI HOIIOF SOCICYY 4 Legion Of Bowmg 2 3 50 Ball 2 3 Owl Staff 4 Decency Representatrve 2 CSMC 4 Year Book Staff 4 Vrce Pres1dent GAA 4 Mlckle Arundje one of the Blg Sm Tug National HOUOF SOUCYY 4 MC 1 whrz attractrve Secretary of St Marys Social Everybody s frrend grft of gab the dmer the quiet POIY fan UPPCI' Gowns French Coach grrl wrth many stones One thrck shake please gemal College material capable leader H' O' the band operetta comedrenne dancmg frend My Ideal Man where to next versaule l , wma I , ,- ',,, ...Sod',,,,4... , . I ,C ,Zi . h ' Jw. 1 , , Srlrhrbtyk. L. fr 44 I . K Q XA ' 'VH' - ' A- I l ,,,, ...od',,,, , G1 , . ,3,4--- . ', 2,3Y4".. , '." , l,2,3,4... , , I, h ' : 1' 2' 3,44-...Z U, I , l',, ft 1, , , ' " ,i,'3,4."' , - PATRICIA ANNE TUNRBAUGH IMMACULATE CONCEPTION "PAT" LILLIAN BLANCHE WILSON "LEE" ST. CECILIA'S Dramatics. 2 . . . Choir, I, 2, 3 . . . Sodality, 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club, 3, 4 . . . Operetta, 3, 4 . . . Cheer Leader, . , . Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Ice Skating Club, 4 . . . 3, 4 . . . Owl StalT, 4 . . . Ice Skating Club. 4 . . . Softball Owl Staff, 4 . . . C.S.M.C., 4 . . . Red Cross, 1, 2, 3. Manager, 3, 4 . . . C.S.M.C., 3, 4 . . . Sodality, 3, 4 . . . Giggles . . , Blair . . . the lazy five . . . Read's . . . loves Hmtop Staff' 4 , U , U to drive . . . "Where did she find those questions? . . . Meadowbrook - - - diet - - - Joe - - - YES, SISTCF- . - - Ocean City . . . Aggie . . . friendly . . , Camp Hood . . good flgllfe - . - Sports Centre . U. . Plymouth . . . Mary Slumbef P31-ties . I . Loves Lipstick. . . . ITIHI1 . . . attractive . . . F3ShIOI'l.C0lllI'nl'l likes long rides to school . . . neatness personified. ALFRED JOSEPH AMEDY "AL" KENNETH HUGH BAREHAM "KENNY" ST. MONICA'S, VERMONT C.Y.O .... French Club, 4 . . . Dramatic Club, 4 . . . c.s.M.c., 1, 2, s, 4 . . . opefeua, 4 . . . sodamy, 4 . . . 50da'1'Yf 1, 2, 3- 4- Ice Skating Club, 4. Sisters errand boy . . . Sharp dresser , . i. red hair . . . Hails from Vermont . . . Senator theatre . . . full of fun RHOOUE . . Good lacking teeth . .lSl21rley T. . . Loch . . . "But Sister" . . . wise-cracks . . , future shoe salesman aven 3 eway ' ' ' ancmg ' ' 3' 5 mm . exif ' ' ' I I . Where are your blonde Curlswl Love that in Long Green . Gotta meetHShirley . . . One of the unholy three . . . Get me a coke . . . Shotgun Ken . . . "Wish I still had my Buick" . . . Let me drive. JOSEPH ALBERT BILLINGSLEA "JOE" FRANCIS ROBERT BON UBUUNS' IMMACULATE CONCEPTION ST. DOMINICS C' S M C 1 7 3 I ur ' .. . .,.. . -, ,. A . . . J vor Social Club, 3, -1 . . . C.S.M.C.. l, 2, 3, -1 . . . Sodnlity 1 Legion Glce Club, 3 . . . Junior Holy Ntune, 4 . . . Soclality Decency 1 2 Owl Staff 4 , A . Vflrsity Football 1 Frcnch Club 1 Ioes othcr hllf mustlche knxght of the pool Quxct freclclcs tvun sxstcr Mlry frxendly room faworue song Two Front Teeth vutty blushcs easlly h ue to see lf she doesnt loxe me mymore Who pulled the troubles Wlntr dnd the Fnghsh' menace when plaster off the will drnnnf., ou tcous it Nm., "' b IOSEPH HI XRX Bl TT OE WILI IAM I AXWRFNCF CASFX BILL IMMACULATI CEOINCFPTION Q ly Gee Prcsldent of Boys AAA 4 Varsity Football 5 4 Clu 1, yummy H015 Nimc 1 jty Vee Basketball French Club 1 CoC1pt11n of Football team 4 Frcnch Club 4 MC 3 S alxty 3 4 Red Cross Ghd S 1 wmv I qlvnys wen around f Glue Club fi Icc Slcatmg Club 4 Leglon Fullerlon pool shark tllltatne lxkable person U Defenfv 4 3 ,ty hang frgm Tqwcgon a why a s s er? 10 oclocl. scholar Ocean Cxty lower hked by all Got a Clgarettef always smgmg personahty Plus doesnt walk but shuffles halls from Hamtlton my slster Peggy ,,2,3,4... , of ',,,5,4... ' ',. 11... ' ,L... ' ,1. -, ,l A . JYfff"1f-Af'Ai."'.'..g1 ' I -1' Q ,, L ' -0 we , s A . QL- f 3 "j " . , 1 . 1' " " Z , I . ST, DOMINICS C.S.M.C.,1,2,3.-1...Solal'tj,1.2,5,4... l " .,- b,,.,, ' '41-..,a' , -A'--4'i'f ' . 2Q7.."Q ,.,' ...C.S...,,,4...od' ., " ,.. 3,4... I ,.. "' - , ' " . " ,... xnlal u A. , ' l' lg '..l.l."buttl-A' --if -" - V ' 15.-HQO2..--H l XP! P 6,1 glib JNL Cell 0 V WV N IOHN MANUEL CGBO COB5 JAMES ED ARD CONLON M BLFSQI-D SACRAMFNT OUR IADY OF THE LAKE NEW JERSEY otball 3 jry Vce Bultcthlll I Varsrty French Club 4 jay Vee Basketball 3 Varslty B S erbqll 1 Iwcnch Club l Clcc Club 1 Bxsketblll 1 S I llnry 3 4 Glee Club 3 Iumor Holy Num 1 t rlrty l Ice Skatmg Club 4 jumor Holy Name 4 CS M C Iegmn of Dcccncy 1 Yeir Bunk Stlfjf 3 Legnun of Decency 4 Red Cross 4 Sports hand class cutup f cmlly to ull brown H1115 from jersey track star hot temper eyex Gut 1 cngrrcttef Ru. Ph rrm my Ncvcr Marilyn mce personalrty long talks Towson Sun xsnthuur 1 smzle lows typrng' D you FSUYCS Heat CIFCSSCY 10ves FICFICIID77 Crew Fee that g.,1rl2 Our Our ml socur' frrxncus touyouri cuz homework dodger mucus -"r"'V RICHARD CH RIL DOFRFR DICK GERARD MARTIN DOTTERWEICH GERRY ST ANTHONY OF PADUA OUR LADY OF MT CARMEL Crlce Club l I' cnch C lub 4 lllty 1 7 UK lllfy Red Cross 4 CSM C Ox SMH i Xcrrbonk Srrh 1 V um ESSeX qulet but frnendly coopera lcc Skinny., Club 4 Operrettx 2 3 4 tive typmg vuhnz loves all womenfnj Dr'1m.1t1c5 1 Ru, Cross 1 L5-gum mf Decency hlsclull fin telllblc' admired by the faculty 1 2 5 1 CSMC 1 7 3 4 Lrbrarlan 4 Smxlc bu., brother wavy hair blue eyes Dlmples blushei curly Greater Part of Garden 'uhdeuc physique vrlle I IN D entlumast loves a pxpe that half Dorm pokciter baby brother fSxghj Richard petlte, but melt , I fl ff X ' L " ' Fil j'vf' fl I L X I ,Ir I, r 4 V h - 3' f' X!-X ' V, If , l ' ,jlf ,bf A, uibvc Xl t V4 L' I A ' Vi ly ,fl 'A ' ' I ,fv . f . 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Clulw 3 Operctta 3 4 ahry 3 Virsxty Baskctblll -1 French Club 1 Vice S ff 1 Cheer Leader 3 4 V Prcsrdenr BAA -1 Ice Skatrng Club 1 Coach of Ovt ll Football 3 Sodalrty Ixccutnve Board 11 French 8th grade Basketball 1 C U 4 Dfdmaflf Club 4 ICC Skating Club 4 Personality plus lNat1on1l guard Oh' that laugh Yen BOOL' Stag A C MC 3 4 What 1 weekend I hadll Ocean Cxty fan Fhnor att es c p ladrcs man future mrddxe halls from the vtomen' women typlcal Sportsman south frncndly happy go lucky Uncle Sams helper Frrck atmosphere A ,A BAROND lOSI PH GOODHUES HOODNUTS DONALD MICHAEL HAYWARD DUCK BI FSS D SACRAMENT LITTLF FLOWER V Basketball 1 Vlrsnty Basketball 3 11 ahry 1 2 Operetta 1 MC 1 French Club 1 alrtx I Alvxays smrhng., blushcs LlS1ly nonchalant sc 9 1,0 scholar at-gre p y y shot art1st sou tell cm cr z' Socrable for a crgaretre knovxs the art of sleepmg rn desks shorty brother Donnxe near dresser perfect brann fnever usedj frrcnd to all walt for me Joe Slde remarks galore Yi S I x YA: N A " " V I . l "ll " ...Sod",,,-1 P 'A 'lSz,-..-.Q I' ,,, . ..., ,-... lh,-l.,...'-' ' Y , -V Y " ,' " . . , Ra l wff S anish . . . Operetta comedian six foot and then some . . . quiet nature . . . women! 3 f- 3 ' .f Q r I J, , .3 ' , . . . 2 ' ' , , . . . Sod ' , , . 3,11 . . . , . . . CS. . ., , 2, ' , A . . , Sod. 'j, ,2, 3, 4. 3, 11. 'f . . ..., At 1, . laboumalwaysgood fc ICA ...ai LOLIS EDXVARD HOEN LOU IOSEPH GABRIEL LANZI OE IMMACULATF CONCEPTION BLESSED SACRAMENT Varsrty Foothill 1 lunlor Holy Name I Varsrty Football 2 3 4 Glee Club 3 I French CSMC -1 Iegron of Decency 1 Clu 4 Class Presldent 5 Natronal Honor Always l1uf.,lnng jolcestcr Got a c1garette9 S0063 is H 4CSMg if Erlglozlb ?eCenCy 4 Towsonrte late lrrrval personalrty W ta O apmm O OO 3 faxorrrc sublcct Htstory lrlced by all athlete Everybodys frrend Moran Trrg Whra Rogers Inc quret debator football star perfect brarn Ocean Crty boy Easy to get along vurh college ambztxons future MD 7' 1' nfl? JAMES BERNARD McCABE PETE EDWARD THOMAS MULLEN MOON ST PHILIPS 84 JAMES ST DOMINICS aim L ron of D cency 1 5 -1 alxty 1 2 French Club 4 Operetta Operettl 1 MC 1 French Club Glee Club 2 Treasurer of junror Year Iunror Holy Name I jry Vee Basketball 3 Legron of Decency 1 2 3 4 MC 1 Towsomre quret but frrendly xx ny harr Blushes easnly 9 30 scholar neat dresser good nlturcd Where s Barry lover lrfe of a party I just dont understand women personllrty plus loves Trrgf lrlces mndyear vlca brllxards Hamxlton Romeo always ready for 1 tlons dancer mx srstcrs lrlxe phone booths to good yoke I mlssed the bus Srster dodge pcoplc it t X ,A Av uv In "-I " ' lr I fp t f ruff f ' .j,, ,f '. 'M.cJ'L'.,.,- X "'. f kr 'VI ff t 7- R ,pf Q Sod"j,1.2,3.-i...eg' e ',,2,l, Sod',,,3.4... , ,2 i,-..,C.S...,,2,g,-I... , .. , A '.,-...z '. A ,,,, ...C.S...,,2,3,4. l 114' 'R f Ly? JOSE PH RAYMONID QUICK OE CHARLES STEPHEN REED DEICE ST ANTHONX OF PADLA IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Sodallty lxecutlve Board 1 zllty I Varsxty Football 4 Soclahty Executrve Board 4 CS MC' Representutne I r1r11n Ovs G ee Club 3 1 Ice Skatrng Club 4 Pres Jumor St 1 lepton of Decency I Lflce Club 4 Holy Name 1 French Club 4 Owl Staff 4 R d A ai P Year Book Staff 1 Legxon of Decency 3 4 om other 1 spce y perwnilrry Catholnc H1g.,h fan huls from , D 121126 3 Trfljfingyzgli' If A Operretta 4 Cnrdcnulle M1 be Hou ll Be 'I mere mental prayer enthusmst Lu vw lys re xly wth 1 helpful d Martha French qurz lud Ill get that Chev rolet yet popular T H S over poetry7'9 Wheres Fred' personalrty plus always smrhng afterthought cooperatne and loyal J ' LIAM BOSWFLL SCRIVFNFR CHICK ST MARY S French club 4 G ee Club 1 2 Sodalrty eretm I 2 V1rs1ty Basketball Ice Skating Club 4 Varslty Football MC 1 2 unror Holy Name 4 Legron of Decency 4 Al 5 rrght hand man that burld c1pt1vat1ng grm But srsrer, I wonderful dresser athlet1c pretty boy Scrrvener always late 1000 and 1 excuses alfable wrth the farr sex crooner at BERNARD CHARLES SLIMBACH BARNYARD ST ANTHONY OF PADUA Glee Club 4 Lrbrarran 4 ahty 1 2 French Club 4 M C 1 2 Gardenvrlle grrl troubles quiet blushes eas1ly corny lokes grggles famous tr1o St Charles asplratlons pepsodent advocate I.. gl sf 'I 'TCS HERBERT AUGUST SPOTT "HERB" JOSEPH HOGAN STRICKER " O ' ST CFCILIA'S , 1 E' . . LITTLE FLOWER junior Holy Name, A1 , . . Sodality, 3, 4 . . . Sodality Sodality. 3 -5 CQMC 3 4 Executive Board, -I Erench Club 4 ,, . . . .,. A, . . . Senior Class . . . - , . . . Legion of Scribe, -I . . . Operetta, 4. Decency' tl ' ' ' C'S'M'C'l ly 2' 5' il' Lincoln A.C .... physique . . . girl swooner m Oh! that beautiful Buick . . . handsome . . . well liked wiffle twinkle we lllflfil' Vllml hangout . . . pool fm . . . everybody's friend 1 yn lys seen wrth lPUiCl'1C'l' fllfmfl' lllyllll mm Pete a nicer guy cant be found neatness per somhed th it hair ' law? M -ell? ALBERT CHRISTIAN SLSEMIHL BRLJZZ FRED CHARLES WILLIAMSON FRED IMMACULATE CONICEPTION INIT WASHINGTON COUNTRY SCHOOL Sodallty Eyequme Board 4 l alll-, 1 Vrce President 4 soda ity 3 Sodalrty Executive French Club 1 Glee Club 2 3 CSMC Board 4 Glee Club 3 1 Year Book Staff 4 Dfqmgtlqq 1 Juke BOX 4 C 0 4 gui Stal? 3 French Club 1 Operetta 4 Slow driver Ruth Loud Tres Wlhrre side egwn 0 ecency 7, 1 MC 7, Re smug hmm gm A mckk Nwhat HM one Cross 4 Dramatrc Club I Ice Skating Club 4 of the unholy three Long., Green Fire Co Loch In mY humble Oplfllllll lllll llllle fflfll UH Rlven GIICWHY Nice smile friendly Always lush Whiz women ind more women sport laughing Sister s errand boy enthusiast phns to run for mayor of New York huls from Blakehcld friendly I y I J'- my ' l ' . ' , " , ...Scd'j, ,2,3,4 '- ' ,Q .... 'l',,... I ' :li t a 5 43" 4 The time haf rome when we mutt part When we mutt bid adieu. YeJ, we'll be gone in a phyfifal Jenfe, but dear .rchool we'll remember you. How rould we ever really forget, the by-gone dayf 0 'ore- The familiar feenef, the Church nearby And the Jrhool with knowledge in Jtore? Ah, yef, there'f many a memory we'll hold Many a thought we'll treafure, Day! that were filled with Junfhine bright When we tingled with joy and pleafure. Of eourfe, the dayf were not alwayf .ro air,' We had our upf and downr, But orer and abozfe the Jtren and the .rtri e, We tried to eonauer the frownx. Af infpirationf and Jourref of light Wfe had our tearherx there. They enrouraged. mggetted and aided uf all, Coneerned at our Jlightext rare. We fouldrft really haze gone rery far, without being fpiritually led, by thoxe feroantf of God and worker: of good Who, in pathf of righteousneff, tred. Farewell We really tried to do our beit to leaze no uork undone Alu ayf remembering that a guide to happtneff if n1.rh ing uork begun Maybe we didnt aluayf meafure up but 1 ue truly tried We uere affured o a grand and glorlouf aft that Chrzft uaf at our Jidef Through the day! that Jeemed rather hard He uaf aluayf there There to com ort to lobe to lead to lzften to every pra er. Alwayf Jtriring to keep in Hi: graee We fought Jome uphill fightf But by Hif lore He pulled uf through, by the Jtrength 0 Hif Ornnipotent might So, we'll alwayf remember, rherifh, uphold, the thing: we learned in Jchool, Where we learned to live and learned to think And ollou the Golden Rule. And Jornetime, when we're growing old, We'll mme upon the paft And ofer up a prayer or two, for our teachert, perfe- rering to the laft. emor Director AI FRFD AMFDY S678 Mrdwood Ave Bzltrmore 12 M1ryI1nd KENNETH BARTI-IAINI Cockeysvllle Maryllnd IOSLPH BIILINGSIFA 25 NX'est Pennsylvanm Ave Towson 1 lNIaryI1nd FRAINCI9 BON H1rford Rmd and Summit A Tovvson 1 Mlrylmd IOQTPH BI ITT Bolltlmorr Ave Tom son 1 Mfrrylmnd XWILIIAM CAQTX 2813 Hrmnlton Ave Baltrmore 11 Mfnrylrnd IOHN COBO 19 Rxclmood Ave Baltrmore 17 Nhryllnd IAMES CONLON 10 Fdgevnew Road Towson 1 Marylind RICHARD DOERTR 5510 Summerfield Ave Baltrmore 6 Marylrnd 604 Rncrsrde Roqd Baltrmorc 21 LITFYIUILI BTAINLFY FRICK R78 Northern P1rl1w ry Baltrmore 12 Mlrylqnd IAMES ALLFN GTDF 1831 Dcvcron Rord Towson 1 M1ryl1nd BAROND GOODHLLS 613 XX1lloxs Ave Baltrmore 17 M rry I Ind DONALD HAYWARD 3411 NXoodstocIc Aw Baltrmore 13 Mflryllnd IOUIS HOTIN 108 Wflllow Awe Towson 1 M1ryI1nd IOSEPH LANZI 1655 Argonne Drlve Baltxmore 18 Momryllnd IAINIES INICCABE 512 Locksley Road Towson 1 Maryllnd EDWARD MULLTN 3110 Roselcemp Ave Baltlmore 11 M1ryl1nd ve 1osrPH QUICK 1707 Llfnlle Ave Brltrmore 6 Mrryllnd CHARI FS RFFD 60 H1ghI1ndAve Towson 4 M1ryI'1nd NX II LIAINI SCRIVEXIER 709 Regester Ave Blltxmore 17 M1ryl1nd BI-RNARD QI IMBACH 1508 IIQIIIL Ave Bxlnmorr 6 Mxryllnd HFRBTRT SPOTT 6378 Blenluem Rord BIIYIIIIUTC 17 Mlryllnd IOSI PH QIRICKTR 787 Brendm Ave Brltrmore 13 INIIYYITHLI AI BTRT SUSI IVIIHI Ionf., Green Mlryhnd FRI-D WILLIAINISON 1510 Rolind Ave Brltxmore 10 Mlrylind HPI FN ANDTRSON 650 Rcgesrer Awe Brltrmore 17 Mrryland ACXTS ARNOLD 1667 Yrkonl Rord MARGARI 'I BI 'NIZINGFR 706 Melrose Ave Brlumore 17 Mnrylrnr 'NIARX BILIINCSIIZA 75 Wkst I7r.nnsyIv1ma Ayr Towson -1 Mlrylmd MARGARFT BUSHMAN 11 Fast Burke Awe Toxxson 11 Mxryllnd 1307 LaSalle Ave BLTTY CHFII-IAT Balumore 6 Maryland XIARX CLYNES 19101 Deuron Rord Towson 1 Mlryllnd DOROTHY COINIL5 R1 11,1 Rord Rxspcburg Mrrylmd IOAN EINRICHT 500 Chateau Ave Brltxmore 17 Maryland QLZANNE FAISANT 112 Burke Ave Towson 4 Mlryllnd VARY AINN FFRGUSON 710 Belvedere Ave Brltrmore 17 Maryland 85 BTTTY FISHPAUGH Iuthcrvllle Mlryllnd NIARIIYN FLICIX 108 Fdf.,evxood Ro1d Towson 11 M1ryI1nd BFTTIT' GUGERTY 01 Hrghvsood Drne B1It1more 17 M'1ryI1nd IEAN HART 6908 Brlloni Ave BlI111110l'L 1 Iwflrylrnr VIRC INIA HICRCOX 2911 Westwood Ave BlI1II1I1llL 16 Mfzrylmd DOROT HY IACOBS 1173 Ivlnlmoe Avg Brltlmore 17 Mlrylmd ABNF KFLLY Smrth Awe Box 17 Baltrmore 12 Maryland SHIRLTY KLFIBFR 511 Glenwood Ave Baltrmore 12 Marylmd BETTY IABAI 101 Mrryland Ave Towson 1 Maryland Bellonl Ave Luthcrvxllc Mlrylxnd ANNI' IVICYONEY 5700 IVIIIIIOC. 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Mrs os L larsant Mrss Suzanne Farsant 49 M s os B Butt Mr 8. Mrs amesl Lnrrght Mr 8. Mrs 'Ihomas A Doerer Mr 8. Mrs oseph Ipprg: IIS Nlr 8. Mrs Earl acobs Mrs A Klages Vrrgrnra Hrckcox Mr 8. Mrs B A Hrckcon. r 8. Mrs James S Hart r 8. Mrs Albert C Susemrbl r 8. Mrs H A Spott r 8. Mrs lVllll8mT Strrclser r 8. Mrs C T Schaech Ir1nC1sVU1ll11ms 8 Mrs M1ff.,UCf1lC Roblnson Mr 1 N Robrnson Mr O L Rrder Nlr 8. Mrs A Fdvun Labar It Co Adam A Klelber Mrs Adam A lxluber Mr ii Mrs lred C Wrllrarruson Nlrss Reyna Ccrtrude Mullen Mr Walter Bernard Mullen r Mr 8. Mrs Waltrr Mullen Dr 8. Mrs Illrot Flrcl. Brbs and Ellrot Nlr Zi Mrs W C Barclmm lxenny 8. Slurlny R '. . . . ' .j -. M. ' .. . ' . . ' M. ' . , ' ' . ' . .. . M. ' . . . . ' M. ' .. . . M. ' . . -. ' ' ' IA A ' 'L Y 14 Mr. ' . -, , v -A ' Q Mr. 8. Mrs. Emmit Moore Mr. 8: Mrs. Theo. L. Mooney . ' .J . . Tj . , f 4 I f ,JA t , :l 1 ' 2 5. ' . ' A 4 . 1 . 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