Towson High School - Sidelights Yearbook (Towson, MD)

 - Class of 1932

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Li' 3 V 5 M Q . ,K I , V .V D141 Nte MCDDJE MENTGQS IJ 'Wm FUTURE DETERMINERS SIENIIIDIIQJF SIDELIGH'1S 1932 Class O acers LOUIS DORSEY DAVIS Towsoxsz The qualltles of leadershnp and character whlch Louns Davls has shown throughout h1s four years at Towson have brought hxm that coveted honor the Presldency of the Semor Class Lou s three years as vlce president gave good rralnmg for the h1gher honor thxs year Davls has been actxve 1n all phases of class and school actrvmes He has earned hls letter rn soccer lacrosse and basketball He worked dllxgently for the school newspaper The success of the Junior Semor Prom last year owes a heap to h1s labors You see he s a chap wrth a varxety tells us he hopes to enter the Un1vers1ty of Mary land next fall for the Pre medrcal course GEORGE HENRY SCI-IAFFER JR PINEHURST George 15 the type of fellow that everyone lxlccs He IS a good sport a true frlend and an ardent enthusxast rn anythxng that concerns 32 Thxs good humor and fr1endly manner won him the office of v1ce presrdent for the year 31 32 George too has dlversxfxecl mterests He was the moving sp1r1t ln the orgamzatlon of Lacros e at Towson and has played on the team ever sxnce He IS a promrnent member of the Glee Club-watch hum smg and youll see the Splflt rn whlch he goes about everythmg Twenty three 0 I Y I I I Q . . , , . . . , . . , . . ' , of lnterests, which fact he proves, too, when he 9 ' . ' 7 ' , , . 1 l 7 . . . , . W - - 2 -9 9 7 U 1 l ' l ' s 7 . . - , . . Y DEIICIIIS 19 SARAH GROOMES POWERS TowsoN PHYLLIS BEATRICE BURGESS TowsoN Phyllxs has come to be a synonym for depend ab1l1ty so far as the class of 32 IS concerned No class HCIIVIIY has seemed complete unless sh had a part ln lts planmng or executlon She has been a member of the executlve commxttee all four vears first by electron and then through class ofhcers treasurer ln the second year and secretary ln the third and fourth years And sh s a good secretary too But that brings us to Phyllis s weakness She loves to talk' And does everv word But frequently we know she really has somethmg to say' Not only because she looks honest but also because shes a mighty capable person was Saran chosen to take care of our class finances ln the last two cruclal years Sarah came to Towson xn our second year and was not long m gaming popularlty and m wmnmg a followmg of devotees She has a lceen sense of humor She can smg To hst all her accomphshments would be weatymg Her basketball game does deserve a specnal word she s the prlde of the school at center posltxon and the dread of our opponents Its no wonder to us her equals that Freshmen follow her around enthralled Twenty four ' S I 1 1 c ' ' - 3 2 ' .. , , . U . . 8 1 9 ' k 9 ' ' . e' . , , l talk, usually so fast that it's difficult to follow , ' 7 7 v Y ' I 7 7 , . . . 1 9 9 7 Q 5 - SIDELIGHTS - 1932 GEORGE DAME ADREON TOWSON General Course Afwztzes Track 1 2 3 4 am Cub JOHN HOOD ALEXANDER LUTHERVILLE Academxc Course Actwxtxes Student Councnl 1 3, All Claes Teams 1 2 WHITE HALL AC3dCmlC Course MARGARET VERLINDA AMENT Towson: Commerclal Course Artwxtxes Latm Club 1 Secretary SIDE LIGHTS Twenty f I' I. 1' is 9 v ,Q I-' tl 1 K ... t . 1, 3 5 , 4, J- ANNIE LUCILLE ALMONY - ' rms L- L A - 'VE SIDELIGHTS 1932 HELEN ELIZABETH ANDERSEN RASPEBURG Commerclal Course ELEANOR STUART BACHMANN TOWSON Academxc Course Actwztres All Class Teams 1 2 3 4 Lat Club 1 21 Glee Club 3 4 French Club Q41 Entertamment Committee 1 2 3 Contrxbutmg Edxtor SIDELIGI-ns ELIZABETH MARGARET BARBOUR COCKEYSVILLE Commerclal Course Actwztzes Class Teams 1 2 BEATRICE MARGUERITE BOSLEY Towsow Commercxal Course Twenty :tx ls 79 li in lv 5 lv li 5 . I la , Ja ' ' ' - SIDELIGHTS 1932 MARIE VIRGINIA ELISE BOSLEY TOWSON Commercial Course Actrvmes-Class Teams 1 2 3 4 ALICE DELMA BROWN PA1ucv1LLE Commercial Course Actwxtxes-Class Teams 1 2 3 4 JOHN BRUECKN ER JR RASPEBURG Commerclal Course Artwzlaes Varslty Baseball 2 3 4 T A 2 3 Class Teams 2 3 DONALD EATON BUCK Towson: Academnc Course Actwxlxes Tack 1 2 3 4 Glee Club Z 4, French Club f4j Lann Club fl 21 Twenty seven G f, , , lf, , , L cf mf H lr',,',flf. 'A' 'Ms-f 1,4515 ,ci SIDFIIGHTS 1932 STONELEIGH Academlc Course 3 Art Edltor SIDELIGI-Irs Towsow Academlc Course ecutnve Commlttee 1 2 3 Loci-I RAVEN Acaclemlc Course BALDWIN Academic Course Basketball 131 JANICE KNIGHTON CARSON Actwztzes'-Entertaxmnent Commxttee 1 2 3 Glee Club 3 Banner Commlttee RUTH IRVING CHAMBERS Actwztzes Class T ams 1 2 3 4 Latm Club 1 Z, Student Council 2 French Club 4l Secretary Class 32 1 2 E ALLAN WESLEY CHENOWETH Act:-vxtzes Class Teams 1 2 3 4 Speed ball 1 2 Track fl Z, Varsity Soccer 3 Baseball 3 4 T A A 2 THOMAS GILBERT CLARK Aclwmef-Class Soccer 1 2 3 4 Cass Twenty ezglmt li Us ' H9 ' - e rivals 3 1,4 'Hs is 'f,lsX- ' ' 0,1- 157953 ' 1,79 ,Q ' Hs his---KV laaymgl SIDELIGHT9 1932 EVELYN RUTH CLAYTON FORK Acaclemlc Course Actmnes All Class Teams 2 3 4 THURLOW WEED CLEVELAND CARNEY Academlc Course Actwztzes Class Teams 2 3 4 MARYLAND CECELIA CODD Towson: Commerclal Course Actwxtxes-Class Teams 1 2 3 4 Execu BERNARD MELVIN COLE CUB HILL Academic Course Actwxtzes Class Teams 1 2 3 4 VBISICY Tack 2 3 4 VSFSIIY Soccer 3 4 Latm Club f31 Varsity Basketball 41 Sports Echtor SIDELIGHTS Twenty mne ... - 4, , ... - 4, , f, , , J: - tive Committee f 3, 4Qg High Lights. l .. " fs' 9 7 Ds l rt 1, , Ds . C, is u 5 I 5 SIDELIGHTS 1932 RUTH VIRGINIA CRANE RIDERWOOD Acaclem1c Course Actwztaes Executxve Committee 2 Latm Club 3, Class Flelclball Z 3 4 Glee Club 3 4 Contrxbutmg Edxtor SIDE LIGHTS JOSEPH FRANKLIN CURRENS LONG GREEN Commerclal Course FARA IMOGENE DAVENPORT FULLERTON Commerclal Course Aclwxtres Hugh Lights Staff Q4 Cheer leader 4 Student Councll 2 RUTH ELIZABETH DAVIS PA1ucvu.LE Academlc Course Actwztzes-Glee Club 3 4 Class Teams 2 3 41 Thirty ...- . . Us . is ' l,,Js by .. . - ...l. .Y - Us 'H- f,Js 1, - SIDELIGHTS - 1932 TALBOT DAWES TIMONIUM Academxc Course HOWARD LEROY DEARHOLT REISTERSTOWN Commer nal Course Actwxtxes S udent Coun 11 2 3 Class So 1 2 STUART CARROLL DEITZ PARKVILLE Academnc Course Actwxtzes Class Teams 2 3 4 Varsity Track 2 Gle Club 4 RUTH ELLAXIORA DEWLIN Towson: AC3d8mlC C pr e Actwztzes-Class Teams f 4 Thxrty one ...-: 51,14 :- cerf,,3,4j. f,, is . Us 2 U- T, 3- SIDEIIGHTS 1932 PARKVILLE Commercxal Course TOWSON Academxc Course Club Q3 41 FULLERTON Commerclal Course FULLERTON Commerclal Course MARIE ELIZABETH DICK Actwltxes Ukelele Club 4 Class Teams MURIEL THERESA DISNEY Actwztzes All Class Teams 1 2 3 4 Gl ANNABELL ELIZABETH DREBING MYRL MARIE DUNTY Tlnrty two "'- Us OJ- farvll ee - SIDELIGHTS - 193 CHARLES FRANKLIN DUTTON TowsoN Actwxtxes All Class Teams 1 2 3 4 lor Varsity Basketball 4 Track Team CHARLES HENRY BRUCE EDEL Towson: Academic Course MAUDE ANNE FAHEY CARNEY Academic Course Actwztzes All Class Teams 2 4 MINNIE FINKELSTEIN ToWsoN Commerclal Course Actmtxes All Class Teams 1 2 3 4 Conmbutlng Edlror SIDELXGHTS and Hzglz L1gI7f5 Tfvzrty three l T 1 l l ' 9 S li Jun' l ls fl, Zl. Activities-Class Soccer f2, 3. 4j, ' 4' - l , l- . . l 5 v 7 SIDELIGHTS - 1932 - GEORGIA ANNA FORD WHITE HALL Commercxal Course BUEHLA FRIES OVERLEA Commer lal Course Actwxtxes All Class Teams 1 2 4 E ecutlve Commit ee 3 4 HENRY JAMES FUHRMAN PARKVILLE Actwztzes-Class Team 2 3 Glee Club 3 FRANCES MARTHA GALLOWAY TIMONIUM Commer lal Course Aflwznes Class Teams fl 2 3 4, Secre tary SIDELIGHTS Tlnrty four . . l L cs a 39 ls X' ' 'C f, l- Academic Course "A fy li ll- SIDELIGHTS 1932 MARY CATHERINE GAMBLE PHoEN1x Academnc Course Actwztxes-Class Teams I 2 3 CHARLES WINDSETT GEMMILL LUTHERVILLE Academ1c Course Actwxtxes Class Teams 1 2 3 4 MARGARET ELIZABETH GERMAN Towson: Commerclal Course Actwmes All Class Teams 1 2 3 4 E DOROTHY ELIZABETH GONCE PARKVILLE Academlc Course Actmtles All Class Teams 2 3 Deck Tenms Team 1 2 3 Enrertamment Commmee f2 3 Conmbuung Edlcor Hzgh Lights f4j French Club f4j Thxrty fre 1, , - K, , , 1 is s 1 li X' ecutive Committee 13, 41. - K, Ji f lf ' 39. . ' . t U , .Ds SIDELIGHTS - 1932 - JOHN EDWARD GRAU LONG GREEN Academic Course JOSHUA ROYSTON GREEN Towson: AC3d6m1C Course MILDRED JEANNETTE GUY PROVIDENCE Commerclal Course EVELYN I-IAILE COCKEYSVILLE Academic Course Actwmes Latm Club 1 2 French Club utmg Edxtor SIDELIGHTS Tlvzrty :rx ' H - I f , 15 f4jg Clafs Teams fl, 2, 3, 4j5 Contrib- SIDELIGHTS 1932 SUSAN NIXDORFF I-IAN SON WAVERLY Academxc Course Actwxtzes All Class Teams 1 2 Glee Club f 3 4 Entertainment 1 2 3 Photography Edntor Slnsucl-rrs JESSE GILBERT HARRIS -IR PARKVILLE Varsity Basketball 2 Varsxty Soccer 3 4 Glee Club 4 ALICE ALETI-IIA HEDRICK T1MoN1UM Commercial Course Artwxlxes All Class Teams 1 2 3 4 EDWARD FREDERICK I-IERRMANN RAsPEsURG AC3dCmlC Course Actwmes-Class Soccer Team 2 3 4 School Band 13 Thirty seven ... - 1, ,S 1 li ' 1 lv v li Activities-Varsity Track 12, 3, 4,3 Junior ' Us ' K, Ja H- U' - l, , , l- ,lf- l, , li Q. SIDELICHTS 1932 WILLIAM I-IEYMAN TIMONIUM Academic Course Varsxty Track 3 Towson: Commerclal Course Actwztxe:-Class Teams 2 3 Rmsnwoon Commercial Course Towson: Commercial Course Th Actwztzes Class Soccer T am 1 2 ERNA CAROLYN HINZ MARY CHARLOTTE HOOK Actwztxes Latm Club 1 2 Class Teams 1 2 3 4 Secretary SIDELIGHTS TI-IELMA VIRGINIA HOOS xrty ezght e fs 7374Ig ' H- . 1, ,S f, , , Ja - -SIDELIGHTS ' 1932 GEORGE EDWIN HOPKINS BALDWIN Academic Course Actwmes All Class Teams 1 2 Class Soccer Team 3 4 STANLEY KLOHR HOWARD Towson: Commerclal Course Actmtxe:-Class Speed Ball 1 Class Soccer Team 3 4 CHARLES NELSON HUNT ASHLAND Commercial Course Actmtxes-Class Soccer 1 3 4 Class Speecl JANE WINIFRED HUNTLEY PINE!-luksr Academlc Course Actwxtxes All Class Teams 1 2 Glee Club Z 4 Enrertammenr Commmee 1 2 3 Executlve C0mmlfICC 4 Banner Committee 13, Art Edxtor SIDELIGHTS Tlnrty mne - 1, ,S f, l- ll! 1, l- lr 1 li ' ball fl, 2, 3,5 Class Basketball fl, 4j. - 1, mg K, is ' ' 1, , L ls U ' . ' U lla l SIDFLIGHTS 1932 BAYNESVILLE Commercial Course b ll 41 RosAL1E GILL JACOBSEN Towson: Academic Course 4 Assoclate Edrror SIDELIGHTS TIMONIU M Commercial Course Aclxwtrex All Class Teams 1 2 3 4 TOWSON Academic Course Club flj Track Squad fl RUTH MARIE JABLONOWSKY Actwxtxes Class Fleldball 3 Class Basket Actwxtxes All Class Teams 1 2 3 4 E terramment Committee 1 2 Latln Club 1 2 Glee Club 3 4 French Club DONALD LOU WADE JEWELL WILLIAM FRANKLIN KANWISHER Actwznes All Class Teams 1 2 3 4 French Club 4 Larm Club fl Glee Forty . I a Q . cs 9 1 li n' . . 1, ,Q . lv ls l lv ls Us ' - -K 1, , , lv v v li fl? ' li 5 J. SIDEI ICHTS MAURICE FREDERICK KEARNEY CocKEYsv1LLE AC3dCm1C Course Aclwxlxex All Class Teams 1 2 RUTH HELEN KETTELL ANNESLIE Academxc Course MILDRED ELIZABETH KIRBY Toxvsorsz Commercxal Course Club 1 Se retary SIDELIGHTS WINFIELD LOUIS KLINEFELTER Owuvos MILLS Commerclal Course Actmtxes Class Soccer 1 2 3 4 Class Speedball 3j I Forty one ' A 1 ' H - f . , 3, 41. I Activities-All Class Teams fl, 2, 3, 415 Latin 'l f Ja 2 - -'A . 1 1 1 9 1 l - V SIDFLIGHTS 1932 Towsorfz Academic Course oke Edltor Slosucl-rrs EMILY KOCH Towsozw Academic Course All Class Teams 1 2 3 4 HYDE Acaclemlc Course KATHERINE KURTZ TIMONIU M Academlc Course CARROLL SHARP KLINGELHOFER Actwxtzex Track fl Z, Speedball Q3 Class Tams 1 2 3 4, Hzgb Lxghts 4 Actwxtxes-Glee Club 3 4 Lat n C ub ELEANOR AGNES KOLK Actwxtzes All Class Teams 1 2 3 4 Actwztxes All Class Teams fl 2 3 4 Forty two "'- ,Q is C f,,,s ' ' Us J ' - 4,59 i 14334 lv , , J- K,,,,. sail' SIDELIGHIS 1932 EDGAR FREDERICK LASSAHN FULLERTON Acaclemlc Course Aclwmes All Class Teams 2 3 4 Var sity Baseball 3 4 Varsity Soccer 4 Busmes Board SIDELIGHTS DOUGLAS I-IAILE LEE PHOENIX Acaclemlc Course 1 2 3 French Club 4 GRACE MADALYN LEONHARDT TowsoN Commerclal Course Actxwtzes All Class Teams 1 2 3 4 DECOURCY WRIGHT LEVERING TOWSON Academnc Course Actmtxes-Class Soccer Team l 2 Enter tammenr Committee 3 Forty three A 1 1, s li ' a K, li ' I J: Activities-All Class Teams fl, 2, 3, 4, 3 Track l f 1 li l I A . 1 f 9 r 7 l' ' I 4 , ls - f l- -SIDELIG HTS - 1932 - BURTON LINCK BAYNESVILLE Academic Course Artuztzes Vars1ty Track 2 All Class T ams 1 2 3 4 ELEANOR ANNA LOIZEAUX Towsorsr Academlc Course Actnztxes Class Teams 1 7 Vars1tyF1eld bll 3 4 Latm Club 1 Z Varslty Volleyball 3 Execuuve Commlttee 3 4 Varsity Basketball 4 French Club f4j Manager Basketball 14 A SOCIBIC Edntor SIDELIGHTS SAMUEL RUTHERFORD LOIZEAUX Towsow Academnc Course Actnmes All Class Teams 1 3 4 Lacrosse agerAthlet1cs 4 Glee Club My Hzgfv I ight: f4j Business Manager SIDELIGHTS FRANCIS THOMAS MAXWELL Towson: Acaclemlc Course Artnztzes Entertamment Committee 1 Forty four if 3 B .Fl . e f, , , A. 'f'- 1,-J: ' '- . -2 K, ls ' C- ls ' L Hs ' ' V . ' lv ls ' ' . 3. ls S- 3' . lr, li Team B, 4jg Tennis Team O, 4lg Man- ' ' Us 9 ' I -4- A A Us DEIIGH'1S 3 FRANCIS JOSEPH MCLAUGHLIN STONELEIGH Academic Course Actwxtres XQISIIY Basbetball 3 4 Varsxty Soccer 4 Varsity Track 3 4 Varsity Baseball 3 4 Executlve Committee 4 Student Councll 3 Glee Club 4 Edltor ln Cluef SIDELIGHTS ELEANOR RUTH MERCERON Towson: Academic Course ANNA LUEDELL MERRYMAN RUXTON ACf1Vl2lE5 Entertalnment Commlttee 1 Class Teams 1 2 4 Latm Club .IOHN JUSTUS MEYER JR IDLEWYLDE Academlc Course Artwme: Class Soccer 2 3 4 Varsrty Track Squad 3 Varslty Soccer 41 Student Counc1l Z Executlve Commrt t 3 4 Assocxate Echtor SIDELIGHTS Forty fve ' A -, . C, M . lla ' l, li ' lv li . 1 Ga li D D 'fly lla Academic Course - ' ' rag lv v li U - l, , 19 ' lla ' l 9 ' Us v ' '- ee 1, jg . SIDFIIGHTS 1932 EDITH ELEANOR MICHELMAN PxNEHURs'r Academxc Course Aftxwtzes Class Teams 1 2 3 4 Execu uve Commxrree 1 2 Entertamment Commlttee 3 ROYSTON MILLER BALDWIN Academlc Course HELEN MARIETTA MOORES CARNEY Commerclal Cours Actwztzes All Class Teams 1 2 3 TI-IELMA MARIE MUMMA FORK Acaclemlc Course Aclwzlxes All Class Teams f2 3 4 Gee Club f4j Forty szx ' 3 , - . - ' 1 1 f 9 s 1 I ' 1 lv li l l- Activities-Class Teams f2, 3, 415 Speedball 133- . l ' 1 K 9 1 9 4l' I . . 'T y 9 I SIDELIFIIFS 19 2 EVELYN LIZZETTA MYERS PARKVILLE Cornmercxal Course Artwztzes-Class Teams 1 2 3 4 Secre ry SIDELIGHTS MARGARET NIEBERDING TIMONIUM ACadCmlC Course Actxwtzes Latin Club 1 Stuclent Council Varsity Touchdown and Dodgeball 1 2 Varslty Fleldball and Basketball 3 RAYMOND HENRY NORTRUP OVERLEA Commerclal Course Actwztxef All Class Teams 2 3 4 Varsny Soccer 3 4 Varsxty Track 2 3 JOSEPH FREDERICK OWENS HAMILTON AC3dCmlC Course Actwxty Hzgb Lzghts Staff l Forty seven ' ir ' ' Y ' 3' K, , , Ja ra fl, Zjg Entertainment Committee fl, Zlg . 1, ls ' ' L, 4j. - , r, . ls ' lv li ls SIDFIIGHTS 1932 STONELEIGH Academlc Course ment Commnttee 3 Pnosmx Academxc Course Soccer 4 Latm Club 1 EILEEN FAY PRYOR ANNESLIE Acaclemlc Course 1 2 French Club 4 ToWsoN Commerclal Course Actwztres-Class Teams Q2 3 ARLENE EDNA PETERSON Actwztxes L tm Club 1 2 3 Entertam MYER IRVING PRUCE Actwxtzes Class Teams 1 2 3 4 Varslty Actwztzes Class Teams 1 2 Latm Club ELIZABETH CARMEN RICHARDS Forty ezglvt ...-a. f,,,S .- ' ll- ...- f,,,M . Us ' fl- ...- MM . bla ll- ,y SIDELIGHTS 1932 KATI-IRYN MOORE RICHARDSON TowsoN Academic Course Adwmes All Class Teams 1 Z 3 VHISIIY Fxeldball f3 4, Varsity Basketball 3 4 Varsity Volleyball 3 4 Executive Committee 1 Student Council I Secretary Treasurer T A A 41 un and Catch Relay 2 3 4, CHRISTIAN FREDERICK RICI-ITER OVERLEA Academic Course Actwztzes All Class Teams 2 3 4 EMORY PARLETT ROBERTS COCKEYSVILLE Commercxal Course Actwztzes Class Teams I 3 4 Lat Cu VIRGINIA DELLA ROBERTS PARKVILLE Academxc Course Actwmes-Class Team 1 3 4 Latin Club Q 3 French Club Q4 Glee Club 4 Forty nme ...- l,,,g . ' , s ' 4, Ds ' his ' ' KJ: 'Hs - . . .fgR ls: ' fra,- f,,jg inlb 111. f,,Js ' 4 J: Ja H- I SIDELIGHTS 1932 HELEN SHERMAN ROGERS Towson: Acaclemxc Course Actwxtxes All Class Teams Z 3 Executxve Commxttee 4 Entertamment Commxt t 2 3 Glee Club 3 4 French EUGENE DUSTIN RUSH Towsow Acaclemlc Course Aclwztzex Entertamment Committee 1 2 Latm Club 1 Z Student Councnl 1 2 Interclass Teams 1 2 3 Glee Club 3 4 French Club 4 WLLIAM GLENN SCARFF JR BALDWIN Commerclal Course EMMA CATHERINE SCHNEEMEYER LUTHERVILLE Academnc Course Fzfty 6 tl, M .. Us - ee lv l? D lv li Club 1413 ASSOCIHIC Editor SIDELIGHTS. ... - . . If jg ' 1, is 4, Ja I, , Ds C, is ll- SIDFIIC 19 2 DOROTI-IIE LOIS SCHOELKOPF PHOENIX Commerclal Course Aciwxtzes All Class Teams 1 2 3 Glee Club f4j CHARLES PARKS SCI-IULI ER TIMONIUM Academlc Course Actzwtzes Class Teams I 2 3 4 French Club 4l Speeclball 3 ANNESLIE Commerclal Course Actwztzes Student Council 1 2 3 All Class Teams 1 2 3 41 Executwe Com tee 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 Z 4 Busmess Board SIDELIGHTS PAUL FREDERICK SCHURMANI SUNNYBROOK Academ1c Course Actnxtxes All Class Teams l 2 Soccer 3 4 Frfty one GC - I . QHTS - - 4, , ls D la 9 9 I s H- A WILLIAM EDWARD SCHUMAN - ' 4, ,. wg ' ls J 7 I ' mir la 9 v li ls 139 ls ' - - 1, is I, J. SIDELIGHTS - 1932 - FRANCIS SHANE OVERLEA Academic Course Activity-Class Soccer CATHERINE MONTIGUE SHEPPERD TowsoN Commerclal Course KATHERINE ELIZABETH SIEBER PARKVILLE Academlc Course Actwxtxes All Class Teams l 2 3 4, Gl Club HQ RUTH ELAINE SMITH TowsoN Actwmes All Class Teams 1 2 3 4 Club 3, oke Edntor SIDELIGHTS Fifty two ' ' l " I 9 7 9 3 ee Q I I " I 9 1 9 li En' ! tertainment Committee fl, 2, 315 Glee I 51 ' . l l - SIDELIGHTS - 1932 MARTHA HENRY SMITH ANNESLIE Academlc Course Adwxtzes-Class Teams l 2 OLIVE MATILDA REBECCA SMITH BROOKLANDVILLE Commercial Course Actmtxes Class Teams 1 2 3 4 MARGARET ELIZABETH SNYDER FORK Commercxal Course WINIFRED STALLKNECHT FULLERTON Academic Course Actwxtxes All Class Teams 1 2 3 Executlve Commnttee HQ Fzfty three . .. u 1 , E . .. - . C , , Activities-Class Teams fl, 2, 3, 41. 1 1, , ,4jg SIDPI TPS 1932 EDNA JACKSON STEVENS RIDERWOOD ACad6m1C Course Actwztzes Class Entertamment 1 Latm Club fl, Class Teams 1 2 3 CECELIA COVINGTON STEWART PINEHURST Academxc Course Actnztxes All Class Teams 1 2 3 Enter tamment Committee 1 3 Latm Club ELIZABETH McDEVITT STRICKLAND PHOENIX Commercial Course Actwzty-Glee Club BJ NAOMI BERTI-IA TAGG Loc!-I RAVEN Acaclemlc Course Actwztzes Flelclball Class Team l Latin Club fl 2 3 French Club 4 Fifty four l ,IGI ' - , - C ... 1 . A s K, , J- l 'Q' - - tbl., yi - fl, 2, Blg French Club,f4j: Q 'H-I ll? ' -,ls fl- SIDELIGHTS 1932 JOHN JEFFERSON TAYLOR Academic Course Actwztxes All Class Teams 2 3 JAMES TEAR Academic Course PAULINE ELEANOR TERROY Academic Course Actwmes-Class Team 1 2 French Club 4 Latin Club 3 WILLIAM GEARY THOMAS Acaclemlc Course Actmtzes-Class Soccer 2 3 4 Student Councll 2 F xfty fve CUB HILL Towsow ANNESLIE CARNEY ...- hun. by Us ' H- hyps 'H- SIDELIGHTS - 1932 - HALLIE IORA THOMPSON CocKEYsv1u.E Commercial Course DAVID FRANKLIN TILLMAN Rlosnwooo Academic Course HELEN FRANCES TORBIT Towson: Commercial Course Actnzlxex All Class Teams 2 3 LOUANNA MAE TRIVETTE BALDWIN Academlc Course Adnmes Latm Club 1 2 French Club Fxfty szx ,Hu 1, ,Qu 'f'- ' 4, li 441. - SIDELIGHTS - 193 SALLY RIDGELY TURNBULL Towsoxsz Commercial Course Actwxtzes Class Teams Fleldball 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 Z Class Entertamment Commxttee 1 2 3 .IOI-IN FRANK WILLIAM VANIK FULLERTON Academic Course Actzwtzes Latm Club 3 Track 12 Cla T ams 1 2 3 4 PARKVILLE Commercxal Course Actxwty Secretary High Lzghts DOROTHY ELVERT WARD Towson: Academxc Course Actwmex Larm Club 1 2 Glee Club 3 4 Class Entertamment fl Zj All Cl ss T ams 1 2 3 4 Fzfty seven 9 . la 1 1 li 4 la li U ' l- , l- M- ' cm: mg I L O e Q, , , ' CARRIE BELLE WAGNER .,.-. 1, M M 4 ls ' , 9 a I e f, , , SIDELIGHTS 1932 MARIE JENIFER WARD Towson: Commerclal Course Actwztxes All Class Teams 1 2 3 Varsxty Flelclball U 41 Glee Club 4 Basket ball 41 Cheer Leader 4 Entertain ment Commlttee 1 2 31 Athletnc Edx tor SIDELIGI-rrs MARGARET JANE WEAVER Towson: Academlc Course ment Commnttee 2 French Club 4 Glee Club 41 HAROLD LEON WEBB BALTIMORE AC3dCm1C Course MARY CATHERINE WEBSTER TowsoN Academic Course Acnwlzes Latm Club 1 2 Executxve Com mttee fl 2 3 French Club 4 Flfzy erght . .. - 4 , , ,a . . 1 3 l li G ' l s H K Ja l .- 1 1 s 9 ' Activities-Class Teams f 1, 2, 315 Entertain- ' l 19 l 1: f . . .. - . 1 , M . - i , , 19 K 1- SIDELIGHTS 1932 ADALINE MINNIE WESTCOTT FULLERTON Commerclal Course Artwxtzes-Class Teams 1 Z 3 4 Banner Commlttee 3 Art Edxtor SIDELIGHTS JOSHUA ROLAND WHEELER LUTHERVILLE AC3dCmlC Course Actwmes-Class Teams 1 2 3 4 Varslt LANDON SMITH WHEELER LUTHERVILLE Academlc Course Actwztxes-Class Teams 1 2 3 Busm ss Board SIDELIGHTS JOHN RAYMOND WHEELER OVERLEA Academxc Course Aftwxtxes All Class Teams Z 3 4 Varsity Baseball 4 Fsfty nme I . ' . K ! I, , K Ja - 4 D A A l , , , l? ' Y Speeclball 13, 4,5 Varsity Basketball HI. - . - I , 5 . C . .. - 1 , , ,S . l l- SIDELIGHTS 1932 ESTHER MAE WHITE TowsoN Commercial Course Actwltxes Latln Club 1 2 Glee Club 12 3 4 Secretary SIDELIGHTS RICHARD WILTON WICKES JR TOWSON Academic Course Actwztxes Varsity Basketball 3 Class Pres nd nt 1 2 3 All Class Teams 1 2 3 2 3 ELIZABETH NAOMI WILLETT TIMONIUM Acaclemlc Course Actwmes Latm Club 1 All Class Teams fl 2 3 4, Hugh Lxgbts RICHARD HERMAN WILLING CARNEY Acaclemlc Course Actwztles All Class Teams 12 3 4, Latm Club Q3, Sixty . K, ,Q , ,Ds . - . D e my 9 ll is 9 s 4,3 T. A. A. f2, 3,5 Student Council f, ,- SIDELIGH'1S 1932 VIRGINIA LEE WILSON CARNEY Academnc Course Actwttzes All Class Teams 2 3 4, Execu tlve Commlttee 2 Latm Club 3 French Club 4 WALTER GEARY WILSON FULLERTON General Course Actwmes All Class Teams 1 2 3 4 Track Varsity flj Speedball Varsity 1 3 ELEANOR HARRISON WOODBURN ANNESLIE Academic Course Actwzlxes Latm Club 1 Student Councl 1 2 3 Executive Committee 3 4 Class Entertamment 1 Z 3 Hlg7 Lzghts MARY BERTHA YAEGER OVERLEA Academic Course Actmtxes Class Teams f2 3 41 Hxgb Lzglrts Exchange Editor SIDELIGI-rrs Photography Edntor Sixty one f,, Q 1 ' ' Hs ' Hs H- -'li ' ls 7 9 5 ' I, 2, ,4j. . fb .1 lv 2 li . . I lv li . lv 9 li 1" - SIDELIGHTS - 1932 - MARY TI-IERESA ZABEL RASPEBURG Commercial Course Councxl 3 Class Song We say good bye thu year to Towson Hugh A school we never wzll orget As long as Towson keeps her spzrxts hzgh Our school has nothxng to regret To Mr Buck and to the aculty Be ore we leave we bzd adzeu And now for those who soon wzll semors be Success and happmess to you Actwztxes Class Teams 1 2 3 4 Stucle t The Class of 1932 IS enclebtecl to William Horn a former member of the class for both the words ancl the music of tlus song Sixty two lsasls n 'fm- 'fs . , f , f , ' 'J SIDI4 v f I' vii, THERE ARE SNLES AND nl,-.M IPI Uhr Inmznn Iaitler NoL I APRII I 1932 Make use of my Dally Delwery Servlce GIRLS' from Harford Road to Towson Hlgn Overcome the Depresslon School I guarantee to have you dellvered Learn to Sew In Thirty Four Lessons from stated place to stated place any txme after 9 00 A M Expenenred Teachers MILLER and BOZARTH MODEL T FORD TRANSPORTATION CO BOYS' fexcludmg Freshmen E LASSAHAN Prop Be a mzracle man Bulld Your Own Home Sxmple mstructlon reasonable offers aper Paper Bags and Tum SEC MR MURRAY MYRICK and MCAULIFFE INC Headquarters T H S Basement IVIW lue nfven ne can bury you 50 I-IOOKUM MOORE and MOORE LOIZEAUX 54 SCHAFFER Afwfmw af Ian, Embalmers and Mortxcxarzs Formerly of IV Ca Co WANTED Slips for all Occaslons a large Variety A lady to sem buttons on the tlurd Hoo of late and absence passes Also to Iron flat worlc No uplull stram Apply D LEVERING See MISS BALLS OHICL I'-Iours 8 to 9 A IVI Wlmy worry about your l1a1r9 We dye and clean all types colors and cuts Work called for and dellverecl TOWSON NURSERIES UNION CLEANING COMPANY I freshmen IVelromed L DANIS Mgr Suzy fozr -s11z,1c:1I'1's-19a2- I , C TT, , I FII ., y I . b , J P , y J p I I , Q 1 . . . 1 l 4, W ' I V for I 5- I I f ' l i . . ' -- L Lees L L I I It DP XSUX Second Hand Tuxedo and Flannels Guaranteed not to shrmlc or fa e THE MENS SHOP E RUSH Preszdent The Late f Tlnni, in Sczence THE KLINGEI HOFER Il HEEL! ES.: BICYCIF Free Wfheellng and Syncro Mesh It Floats Whv be unpopular? learn to :lame all tepl 7 O0 per lesson W SCHUNXANN F Gatroxx M fctrxc Lzglvt Gal arm' Hot Azr J OWENS COMPANY Newest Fashlons tn Baby Carrxages Reawnable Terms Most everybody needs one sometrme BACHNI-XINN a za' Rooms ruin C 71 zur am ll rz en 10 cents a word G ADREON IVAA and THOSE CYCIW place else 5 mf Clothes that pass flue test 0 Smartmss Speclal Gowns for Proms and Afternoon Dance THE DRESS SHOP Carson Wnuodburn and Me ceron Prop SKILLKRAFTERS INCORPORATED Honor llallfy and Slncere Service Desk Enqravmgs our Speclaltx Free Demonstratrons on Parlor Furniture If we pleise tell your lrxends If not Catch us 1f vou can RUBELING Pnndrnr HARRIS Vzce Pre :dent Perfumes Cosmetlcs Combs Po vder Puffs Compacts Bobby Pxns and all otll r lcmds of truclc Ill! L15 Oflllltflf L1 t. ,1 Agent B FRIES F DANENPORT M FINKELSTEIN PET SHOP Everytlung for the lmealtlm and welfare o yoxr pes be tbex nnnx furry or feathered Maln Office 3rd Floor T H S Ark or Miss PL-RTT ' SI 1l,IGII'l'S-1932 - Tlllf TUX ,' 'l'.X'lVl1l.lfll f f ' Q ' ' ' 4 - 1 ,Y V -In , X-A , S . , , 5- X. , Eli , . Y v, . l -v C xr '. . if ' A f 5 ' lo c f' fll. 1 Mgt-TS S TC TT T l f L V- 3 ' , Er- -- o ra 'I 1 f' 'rw it c Q r 4 sl T f A xxx me IPI 1932 if ix 1 MTR' :ff , Q OFF MOMENTS ff 5 nv-.4 X -'rv ""i'! ,..,.w- F? 'Ms 3 Sxxty xxx IPI 3 Class Hzstory MY DEAR UNCLE I am takrng the lrberty of wrrtrng to you after an absence of four years for during he aforesard perlod I have been engaged rn affarrs at the Towson Hrgh School, and have had lrttle tlme for attendmg to worldly dutres So now I shall commrt to wrrtmg the result of my labors, rn wh1ch I shall g1V8 you my ldeas with that freedom and exphcltness wh1ch nv entlre confldence rn you and the exrgency demand I arrrved here by coach a most elaborate one of yellow and green wrth room for many travellers on the rnstant of September I0 1928 I was a Freshman and llttle accustomed to the dandy ways of the older lads and lassres The crowds bewrldered me and It seemed as nf I were as frrghtened but as courageous as the veterans tell us they were back rn 76 Nevertheless a Conventron was held rn our audxtorrum m wh1ch we elected the persons of our chorce to be our Leaders this new Democracy mdeed does grve one a freedom n er before felt As clearly as I recollect those chosen were Presxdcnt Rrchard Wrckes Vrce Presrdent Iouls Davis Secretary Ruth Chambers and Treasurer Eleanor LOIZCALIY An admirable Prefect by the name of Mrss Myrtle Lourse Lankford served rn the Posltlon of our Honorary Member At thrs Academy rt rs the custom each year to present an Entertamment to the Semors and we showd them a CIICUS a thlng luke unto a parade wrth musrc and flags and noxse It was quxte an unrque experrence to choose approprrate classmates for giraffes ostrrches monkeys and other members of the anrmal famrly Thrs Entertarnment was a Success although never seen 1n these parts before for all laughed heartrly In une our School Year came to an end and I spent the summer months 1n a satrsfactory manner Then wrth the commg of Fall I returned to my studles Another Conventron was held and rr was decrded that the Oflicers of the preced1ng year should contmue to hold therr Posrtlons except that Phylhs Burgess should become Treasurer We experienced an unusual happenrng that Term for Sessrons were not held one day because the water rn the halls due to a heavy rarnstorm whrle a thrrd floor was bemg added to our Burldrng was so hrgh as to render passage rn them rmpractrcable I-Iowever the Slaves soon had the place once more ndv and Sessrons were resumed And now my dear Slr may I be so bold as to ask you whether you have traversed over the World? Thus rs how our Class entertamed the Senrors rn the Year of our Lord nineteen hundred and thrrty They showed them the places we learn of from our Geographres, and t was a lovely and beautrful Trrp There were the countrres of the Old World France the Mother County Italy and our nerghbor Mexrco and far off japan Cf course, you must realrze kmd Srr that the whole Voyage was enacted by our own Students on the School Stage It would xndeed have been a pleasure to have had you witness the glorrous trme had by all Once more we found our Summer vacatron before us and after thoroughly enjoying rt the Fall brought us back to the Academy Durmg the year 1930 and 1931 we suffered a peculrar perrod of pecuniary affarrs class dues were long commg rn However this dld not prevent us from electrng our Officers, who were Presrdent Rrchard Wrckes, VICC President Lours Davis, Secretary, Phyllrs Burgess, and Treasurer Sarah Powers nor from orderrng our handsome school rmgs Then wrth the currency we had, we entertamed the Senrors w1th a Hollywood Bazaar wherem we xmpersonated those notable Characters of that strange Clty I truly hope, dear Sixty seven w w 4 Ylis 9, . - S11 1.11111 . -19-2 , 'uf , v 7, I , . , . . . ., 1 . i . . . , 1 - 9 2 1 ' 1 4 1 1 1 1 4- 1 , . . . . . . 1 1 - 1 1 1 - 1 , . - 1 ,v ' I 5 1 1 ' 7 ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 g . 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' 1 ' ' 1 5 1 1 3141 1932 Str you w1ll not be shocked by our Boldness ln domg such a thmg for xt IS known to all of the scandalous llfe of that place Nevertheless, the affaxr was a fine success for afterwards durlng the Mmuet I overheard such remarks as Indeed Mlss, xt was a grand show and I do agree Slr that xt was the best we have W1thESS6d Arter this we departed for our Vacations Wrth our return to the Academy ln the Year of our Lord nmeteen hundred and thlrtv one we found ourselves the Leaders a fact hard to reahze We have had much work on our hands and often have been dlscouraged but the kmd attentlon of the Prefects and the mnocent prattle of the little Freshmen have begurled us of many melancholy hours When a Conventron was held lt was found that the Ofhcers of the prestdtng Year were st1ll 1n the favor of the one hundred and fifty snr members however rn December, Wlckes resxgned and D3VlS unammously became President w1th George Schaffer ele ted VICE Presldent M'ss Margaret E Shaffer was chosen Honorary Member slnce MlSS Lankford had reslgned from school hfe to become a matron All were grteved to lose our Advlser who had become our strongest Fr1end and H lper and we now drunk a toas to her Success and I-Iapplness Thls session finds us preparmg SIDELIGHTS 1 Year Book cherished by all for 1ts memorles I know be entertained del1ghtfully by our under classmen Have I mentloned to you that during our studies here our PI'lI1Clp3l has been Mr George S Buck? I-Ie 15 a Gentleman of exceptlonal Character and to htm all Senlors glve thelr most smcere thanks for the great Interest he has taken and the Servxces he has rendered whxle they have been here HIS ways are to us mvsterxous but for our ultlmate good Ere th1s I hope the Rheumatlsm has left you suppose you try the Gum elastlc for I know a person who has found much rellef from the use of lt Often I have sharp pains through my body but I must confess they are due to the drastxc exerclses I perform w1th the dumb bells wands and other gymnastlc equxpment Now that I have completed my I-hgh School Educatlon I shall of course deem t necessary to rel1nqu1sh boylsh practlces and pursu1ts and approach near to the character af Manhood I must now thmk sertously of preparmg myself to be useful to my Country My class mates and I have much to be thankful for, smce we have enjoyed so much happxness I belleve I have not mentloned to you that the bl monthly Mlnuets we sponsor are very successful and we have produced some excellent Students and Athletes We are sa1l1ng on 1 smooth sea w1th I hope clear weather forecast Much of our success IS due to the patxent work of our clear and loyal advlser Mlss Shaeffer Snr rt IS now necessary for me to close my letter but flrst I must send you my kmdest w1shes for tranqulhty wxth the blessmg of good Health for those are the tlnngs I have enjoyed durxng thts hfe and I smcerely hope other classes of thls Academy wxll be favored 11th the good fortune that the Class of Nmeteen Hundred and Thxrty Two has experlenced So, my dear Str I now have the honour to be w1th most perfect respect, Your most obedlent servant, R WAKE!-IEID LEWIS Szxty etglvt - S I I I I I G II T S - 4 - . , . . . . , . . 1 . . . . h Qc ' ' as 1 , 7 Q! 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SIDI4 AMOUS TWGS A km Sly- ' , 'u DPI 1932 418 A F 3? za , J Seventy JP astW1l We the class of 1932 bexng 1n a supposedly sound state of m1nd do hereby set down our ast w1ll and testament We hereby wxll and bequeath FIRST TO THE FACULTY o Mr Buck Students who can keep out of trouble MISS Shaeffer A year of complete rest and relaxat1on MISS Balls Another POllE8 class l1ke IVAa M155 Wack Another Seruor class to take up her t1me MISS Townsend A self dr1v1ng car Mrs Mrs H0pklHS A method of collectmg homework before class 15 over M155 Mr Allensworth Typewr1ters lnsured agalnst damage Holland A few boys to upset the monotony of h1s home room M158 Stephens A successful way to squelch her classes Mr McAul1fle A team that 15 not a bunch of scrubs M155 Bozarth An lsolated room so as not to make students d1e of hunger MISS Bandel A psych1c m1nd so as to be ln the lab and classroom at MISS Alexander Semors who are grown up M155 Kraft Another French student l1ke Ruff LOIZBXUX MISS Morr1son A room w1th a somewhere near normal temperature MISS M1ller G1rls who dont stlck themselves wlth p1ns MISS Wyman A way to keep freshmen freshmen o MISS Platt Somethmg but blology to teach MISS Crawford A glee club m1nus mock ng b1rds MISS Held A homeroom far removed from the H0198 ln Mlss Crawfo Mr Thompson An xnfalhble system of chess playmg Mr Myf1Ck A shop where he can keep clean To Mr Madan Some subject other than money to talk about SECONDLY TO OUR SURVIVORS FROM George Adreon H15 extreme boldness w1th g1rls to Franklm Leslle Hood Alexander HIS fountam pen to Rlchard Clark Luc1le Almony To M155 Wyman her love of hearlng 4Ab boys argue Margaret Ament Her he1ght to Ohver Brookhardt Helen Anderson To Mr Holland a class of fyplSIS who v11ll check mll the Eleanor Bachmann To Dotue Chandler her luck at acqu1r1ng mcknames Ehzabeth Barbour Her love of book keepmg to Luc1lle Rhodes Beatr1ce Bosley To Grace Guy her ab1l1ty to do book keepmg Mane Bosley To Emma Neuman her ablllty to do shorthand Seventy one Spurgm A supply of scrap paper so that she won t WYICC on the pup1l 5 papers If 6 Same time 5 FOOITI CYFOFS - SIIll.IGII'l'S-1932 - L ' l l ' , ' : T . : . To ' 1 . ' . To ' : ' , ' . To I ' ' . To ' : - ' ' . To. . ' : , ' A " . . To . ' : ' ' " . To ' : ' ' ' . To. . : A - . To ' : ' " " . To . ' : ' " U. To A : ' ' ' . To ' : ' ' ' ' h ' ' ' To Miss Lewis: A chemistry class that knows what 1t's all about. To ' : ' . To ' : ' ' . To ' ' : ' . To ' ' : ' ' ' ' A . To ' 1 ' ' . T ' : ' ' . To ' : ' - " i - ' "'. To ' : ', ' . rd" . To . ' : ' ' ' ' - ' . To . ' : . JT' 19 2 Alice Brown To Evelyn Zrnkham her exceedingly large feet ohn Brueckner Hrs sprkeless baseball shoes to Charlie Gore Donald Buck To Margaret Duncan hrs mild and meek voice Phyllis Burgess Her exceeding super abrlrty to spell to Esther Ward anrce Carson To Myers Wlirte her much discussed switch hoping rt matches hrs hair Ruth Chambers Her abrlrty to reach high A to Lydia Hare Allan Chenoweth Hrs positron as shortstop to erome Crewe Thomas Clark To Dorothy Hurlrne his abrlrty to get good marks Evelyn Clayton Her abrlrty and bravery rn grvrng English reports to whoever needs it Thurlow Cleveland Hrs much abused Pontiac to Miss Shaeffer Maryland Codd To Mrss Allensworth a new answer book Melvin Cole Hrs abrlrty rn Physics to Ross Gaglrano Ruth Crane To Dorothy Held her abrlrty to use words correctly joseph Currans Hrs typing abrlrty to Harold Southard Fara Davenport To Tommy Waters her success in the Popularity Contest Lours Davis Hrs poker face to Theodore George Ruth Davis Her abrlrty to stay awake rn classes to Frank Byron Talbott Dawes Hrs eye for good looking girls to Alfred Ritter Howard Dearholt Hrs excessive bram power to anyone who proves he has any Stuart Dertz To Margaret Duncan hrs abrlrty to get along rn French Physics? to another grggler Marie Dick To Ruth Rogers her habrr of falling off seats rn the bus Muriel Disney Her height to Dorothy Biggs Annabell Drebrng To all failures a one way ticket to Shanghai Myrl Dunty To Dick Gore her art of combining Necco Wafers and studying Franklin Dutton One pair of his long pants to Mr Buck for a pair of hrs knickers Charles Edel Hrs abrlrty to do French to some ambitious Junior Maude Fahey Her contradictory nature to anyone who hnds consistency of burden Minnie Finkelstein To Theodore George her remarkable abrlrty to do the Rumba Georgia Ford To Margaret Myers her abrlrty to type without errors Buehla Frres Her abrlrty to get a flat at a most opportune trme to ervrs Sprndler Henry Fuhrman Hrs abrlrty to blush to oyce Goldstraw Frances Galloway To Mr Holland a class of perfect typrsts Mary Gamble Her abrlrty to waste trme rn French class to ean Srsk Charles Gemmrl Hrs abrlrty to play basketball to Charlie Gore Margaret German Her abrlrty to dance to ean Srsk Dorothy Gonce To her srster Edythe her natural accent rn French Iohn Grau Hrs love of four year English to Sr Carter Royston Green Hrs yellow streak fFord to Mrss Balls Mildred Guy To Doris Brewer her abrlrty to drink water Fvelyn Harle To Mrs Spurgrn a class devoid of all buts Susan Hanson Her dancing abrlrty to Mr Holland Seventy two ' Sll TIAICQITTS' 3' ' J - ' r I A 1 - Ruth Dewlin-Her ability to keep a straight face when Miss Bandel says. "Is that all DPI 65518 Harrls HIS ab1l1ty 1n French to Sparky Merrlheld Al1ce Hedr1ck Her ablllty to talk 1n Book keep1ng to Margaret Myers Edward Herrmann HIS whlte duck pants w1th all the holes to Georg Byers Wllllam Heyman To Mr McAul1ffe h1s motorcycle Erna HlnZ Her ab1l1ty to debate 1n Hlstory class to Lela Magness Charlotte Hook To her brother Bobby some of her excess welght Thelma Hoos To Frances Ensor her alarm clock so she can get to school on t1me George Hopkms HIS lost amb1t1on to Bob Stahl Klohr Howard The fountam pen w1th whlch he has had so much trouble to some unfor tunate Charles Hunt A whlstle to M1ss Bandel to d1rcct the traflic on the second floor ane Huntley Her ab1l1ty to boop boop-a doop to Mr Buck Rosal1e acobsen Her ab1l1ty to laugh at all M1ss Alexanders wlsecracks to another Latm sufferer Donald ewell To M1ss Allensworth a vote of thanks for her motherly att1tude B1lly Kanw1sher H1s ab1l1ty to chew gum w1thout spo1l1ng h1s countenance to some future French pupll MHUTIC Kearney H15 worn out ruler to M1ss Wyman Ruth Kettell Her plat1num blonde ll2ll!' to eanette Dmsmore Mtldred Klrby To Mr Thompson a class studylng Democracy that won t slam the sout W1UHEld Klmefelter Her sympathy to the com1ng SEHIOYS Fm1ly Koch Her stunted he1ght to Anne Wh1te Eleanor Kolk Her ab1l1ty to remember Hxstory to Gertrude Gunther Katherme Kurtz My laugh of wh1ch she IS so proud to Anne Wfhlte Edgar Lassahn H15 Ford to Mr Thompson Douglas Lee A stray page of h1s French book to anyone who m1ght need If Madalyn Leonhardt To M155 Crawford an orchestra that w1ll keep m t1me DeCourcy Levermg H1s excess flesh 4 lbsl to Margaret Weber Burton Lmck HIS ablllty to get away w1th murder IU French class to lVlyr1ck Pullen Eleanor LOIZCHLIX Her ab1l1ty to complete homework assxgnments to her brother ack Rutherford LOIZCHUX The adm1rat1on whxch M155 Balls has for hlm to 1m Prlce Franc1s Maxwell HIS ab1l1ty to play basketball to Peewee Smlth Franc1s Mclsaughlm H1s luck such a II IS to 1mmy Pr1ce Eleanor Merceron Her gym shoes to the person who borrowed them Anna Merryman Her ab1l1ty to keep quxet 1n a study per1od to Bobby Hook lustus Meyer All of h1s s hool junk yo yo mcluded to h1s brother Arthur Fdlth M1chelman To Dorothy Chandler her DICE knot Royston Mlller H1s regrets to the Faculty lf they ever have to teach another llke me Helen Moores To M155 Wack a class that wlll fall 1n love w1th Sam ohnson Thelma Mumma Her slender hgure to Dons Bre1denbaugh Evelyn Myers Her ab1l1ty to play the PIBDO to Jean Sxsk Margaret Ne1berd1ng Her long lost gym shoes to the person who IS us1ng them Sewenty three - S11 l1IGII'l'S'1Sl32 - J - - T - ' -I - re ya - I - ' ' ' e A . J T ' ' lf i ix 777 . . I . J - ' Q , ' . - ' ' J ' I - - i I Q , - fr x va Y 7 Carroll Klingelhofer-His long legs to Ned Koch. I vi I I V . . . . V A . , J Q . . - . , S . , , 7 . 1 DFI 1932 Raymond Nortrup-To George Pasternokas h1s ab1l1ty to k1ck soccer balls over the goal posts Joseph Owens HIS ab1l1ty to sleep unnot1ced 1n class to Rhoda Brookhart Arlene Peterson Her patrence to go through four years of h1gh school to a Fresh1e Sarah Powers Her long brunette locks to eannette Dmsmore Myer Pruce HIS BXCCSSIVC henght to Sammy Parks E1leen Pryor Her much used comb to Lrly Carver El1zabeth R1chards Her love for oral rec1tat1on per1ods to Norwood Gregory Kathryn R1chardson Her ablllfy to get back from lunch on t1me to her brother Tom Chr1st1an Rrchter H15 51ng1ng ab1l1ty to Vernon McCahan Emory Roberts H15 amb1t1on to and typ1ng errors to Mr Buck V1rg1n1a Roberts To her 51ster Harriet all of her w1ld crushes Helen Rogers Her aptrtude for Engl15h to Hobart WlCkCS Eugene Rush H15 knack at borrowmg mckels from Emerson Thomas to Tommy Rlchardson W1ll1am Scarff HIS Engl1sh knowledge to some unlucky Jun1or George Schafler HIS Job of playmg the tr1angle ln the orchestra to a Math student Emma Schneemeyer Her western accent to M155 Alexander Dorotlue Schoelkopf To M155 Wack enough boys 1n her next Senlor class to play the ma e parts of Hamlet Paul Schurman H15 mfluence over M155 Alexander to anyone who needs lf Parks Schuller HIS permanent wave to Charlotte Brown FIBUCIS Shane H15 excellence ID French to whoever needs It more than I do Cather1ne Shepperd HIS ab1l1ty to do book keepmg to Mary Chambers Katherme S1eber Her worn out gym clothes to Hazel Gompf Martha Smrth Her excess we1ght to Phylhs SOIUC Ohve Sm1th Her ab1l1ty to concentrate to her 515ter Wmana Ela1ne Smlth To the Class of 1933 a plent1ful stag lme for the1r afternoon dances Margaret Snyder Her love for readlng to her 51ster E1leen Wlntfred Stallknecht To Cor1nne Lambert her ab1l1ty to understand Latm Edna Stevens Better luck 1n makmg a w1ll to some other Senxor Ceceha Stewart Her prom1nent part 1n the glee club operettas to any talented Jumor Ellzabeth Str1ckland Her tran5cr1b1ng ablllty to Gertrude Gunther Naom1 Tagg Her sm1le5 of 1gnorance to V1v1an Tagg ohn Taylor H15 old soccer shoes to Tommy Rush Paulme Terroy To Dorothy Chandler the care of the S1ck Room W1ll1am Thomas HIS shoe laces to Hayden Marsh Halhe Thompson Her typ1ng ab1l1ty to a less unfortunate one Davrd Txllman H15 unequalled penmanshlp to ack LOIZCRUX Helen Torbtt Her ab1l1ty to type w1th speed and accuracy to one who needs ll Louanna T1-1vette Her falr complex1on to her mece Snow Gentry Sally Turnbull Her Bblllfy to keep a 5tra1t face when Mr Holland tells one of h1s dry jokes to Duane Brrtton ohn Vamk HIS My I am here' Start the game' to ohnny L6lllCh Seventy four gg -SII :.1c1IITs- . . - J - I . - . . . I William Schuman-His dancing ability to Paul Gagliano. J - ' - J ' T ' lf , . .7,, J ' ' ' J lucllg W aqmr Thr lock on con loclur numlxr 15 to som1onL u1tl1 1 1111ld umpmr Dororln XV1rcl Her natural 11111 l111r ro lur s1sur Estlnr 'Xl1r1L Wharcl Har 'lblllfk tw lmcl glnprs to Tommx R1c1arclsor1 lang Vkeaur Hur lou for lNlzrcLrslvL1rg AC1clu11x to 111111111 namp B ll Harold XV1lal1 H1s ueelclx l111r cut to Gnorge Bxers Catl1u1m Wklwsnr Her ab1l1ty IH athleucs to Haul Gompl Ad1lme W escort To Mr Holland a l1rrle more sxmparhx to 11'1for una 1 uclcnts Raymond Xvhulu' H1s ab1l1ty to argm to lVl1ss Xvxman loslaua Xvluelnr To lVl1ss Banclyl 'm 'ILIIOIIYIIIC xundm Nl13 e regulatgcl lax ln sun 'Vlu vLl'l1It, Her 1l11l1rx to plav flu g111t11 to IITHUW Pr1 Q R1cl11rcl NV1clcqs H1s lmrsg lall to l.1lv Carvgr NVIOITII XV1llLt Hur al11l1tx to collcct ads for Hzgfv 111,51 to Harrx l-lomr R1cl11rd W1ll1n5 H1s old gym slrms to olm l lllCl1 X1rg1n1'1 XVllSL3H Hrr name. w1tl1 1Il 1ts assets 111 lI'llWI 1111s to X 1rQ1n1a V' llSOI1 Xvalur Wllscmn H1 blond curls to Dorls lxluvcomlw Plmnor Xvoocllaurn Har pull 1 1tl1 tlu faculty to mn S1 ls Vlirx Yangmr Har txpnn, 1l11l1ty to Nlargargt DlII1C1H Nlwrx Lalwel Hu lou for sl1ortl11ncl to Gnorgm Pastrrnolns 51111111 fue - SIll+1l,IGII'l'S ' 19252 - ' " . - . . 1 - . . -' K . I- I .' 7 - . ' ' 1't .t's: ' ,. V . ' f 7 . 1 . . . A " 1' d , 5 ' ' I ' . Landon XVl1cclerA-The slxoclc absorbers in l1is hair to Edgar l.assalm's olcl Ford. A K 1 K K s 1 jc A '.- . , K W. 'J H, Y K , Hd. . . f' ' 1 ' - r j ' j . 4 ' ' . . ' . , DP I Expendztures o Sta Lest anyone should thlnk that the staff spends 1tS money foolxshly and wlthout reason we hereby glve an account of our expendltures THE EDITOR Money spent staff Ill PCTSUII of bUi1I1CSS 7 paxrs of new shoes xlcabs and gas Coca Colas the pause that refreshes' Theatre tlckets for relawtatxonl Total Deprecxatlon on desks and rooms to be paxd to school Hush money to keep faculty 1n good state of mmd Doctors blll for staff and Honorary Member Free books glven to advertlsers Banquet glven to Edltor and Business Manager by Staff Two new plpes for Mr Buck Stamps for letters mauled by the staff 5 Dates to be paxd ftr Edltors funeral as a matter of polxteness One Drtve lf yourself car for tr1p to Ocean Clty Brlbes to our cred1tors to hold them off Pald to copyrlght owners don t yet know why Paxd to truant officer on gene al prmcxples To amtcr tor cleanmg up Pald to photographer to make us look human Paid for typewrxter no good Paxd to engraver to make drawmgs look as they should they really are Pald to Miss Cram ford to keep her vrchestra qulet and lct us work IH peacel Pald to Miss Shaeffer ffor being our Honorary Member Inducements to advertlstrs to adxertlse '13516 1714 7 00 17 so S7180 91147 28 100 O0 237 42 93 50 OO Of 17 02 2318 125 OO 77 43 9175 17 23 2912 429 1213 7 only the art1sts know what 24 17 04 '50 O0 74 29 Seuntx xx - S11 lI,IlIlTS'l932 - ' f ff lj ' ' ' 4 . 21 Ta ' , ,,,, H , , . 41 ' 4 . ' ,,,,,,,,. , ,, .. " 4 ' 1 ttts . , I . f Q . y Y W I t ' ' . 4 I . 1 K so 175 Racketeer's share of profits 45051 V H 4i32 f ' '- 4 - ' -1 1 I tt ' ' A va 1 - - T V WH M. A ' 4 4 V - 7111-1 fi Qffffff 7 1 1 ' 4 f g' -1 stss tttts 2 2 ssstt . .J ' 1 ' ' rrrraaaaa 1 ttrrra 9 ttttt . ' ' 4 ps 1 12111 ff ss1ss 17 s s Qff1 1 31-2 I l 1 atrf . 4 ' ' 4 4 ' ' 1 ' ' 7. DLI IC Thank What A Strange World We IVould Have Seventy Se1 en B111 Schuman broke a leg and couldnt dance George Adreon agreed wxth a teacher Rosalxe acobsen had naturally curly hanr We had an assembly program George Schaffer ever stopped argunng Ruff Lolzeaux lost hls basso profundo Katherme Rlchardson had an ambxtnon Carroll Klxngelhofer ever let MISS Balls get lns goat amce Carson took school serxously Ed Lassahn was ever wlthout his HIVVEI' Lou Davls got over his fear of publlc speakmg Hzgh Lxglvts came out on tlme Dave Tillman stopped bemg a pest Mr MaDan didn t glve Lolzeaux a plece of hxs cake at lunch txme Eleanor Loxzeaux ever came to class unprepared Eleanor Bachmann was ever called Eleanor Sarah Powers got over her blushes ane Huntley ever had her nose remodeled Mtss Shaefler wrote so that you could read lf osh Wheeler ever combed h1s wavy locks George HOpk1HS ever got hls Latln assxgnment Little Murxel Dxsney ever grew up Mlss Balls got a class with some sense of dlgnlty Mrs Spurgm ever recelved homework on the Clay xt IS due The floor were crowded at a Senlor dance Deffourcev Levermg ever regamed hxs s hool boy flgure Helen Rogers ever talked wxthout eflfervescmg ane Weaver ever talked slow enough to be understood Katherlne Sheppard lost her compact ohn Rubelxng lost hls suave nonchalance Beulah Frleze ever had her car stolen Francis lVlcl.aughl1n dldnt get the razzberrles vwhlle speaklng Joe Owens ever forgot hls satchel and goose step Donald Buck stopped hollerlng and kept stxll Peck Wfheeler ever won a real beauty contest Rlchard WlCkCS stopped saymg I don t know Bmlly Kanvusher stopped try1ng to wlsecrack about everythmg Margaret Nleberdmg drdnr show up wlth her coffee pot AI Chenometh took his hands out of lus pockets Gene Davenport ever danced wxth Mr Buck Sally Turnbull arrlved early enough to be at her hrst class on tlme Parks Schuller forgot hls beret Arlene Peterson wore oxfords Ruth Crane ever forgot to squeeze that knot at the back of her head Thls page had not been censored"' -S11 ' . QIITS-1932 - IF .J 'V' J. . x '. -I 4 .. .'. I. J V Q ' Q - J j 'Q - JI In Retrospect Looklng back after four years, I do not hnd If dlfhcult to recall the hrst days of my lugh school hfe and to reallze that nom after what seems to me to have been a very short tlme I have attaxned one of my fondest hopes I am a semor I remember as clearly as though II were yesterday my freshman year I was awed by the grandeur and lmmenseness of xt all and I looked upon even the sophomores mth wonde I was never on speakmg terms wxth the jumors and I felt ll sacrllegrous to veture to thmk ln the wildest Hrghts of my lmagmatxon that some day I would be a semor and enjoy the prlvlleges and the prestxge of these people who seemed llke demxgods to me Freshman life was a serles of dreams and strlvtngs but wlthal a solld foundatlon that no one can afford to neglect My second year passed quickly an lntermedrate tage ll Vear dragged even w1th a few outstandmg hlghllghts so that I felt june would never comt The reallzatlon that at the end of that year I too would be a semor was responslble for one of the most unendurable years I have experlenced or hope to experxence It was at th1s ttme also that I made my first real contacts wtth semors Even that could not dull the edge of my longmg and hopes' If anythmg these gllmpses xnto that superior world vshetted my deslre But the year hnally term1nated and I was a semor The always eagerly expected vacatlon became a bore I longed for September I was keenly antlclpatlng the pleasures and prlvxleges of my new hfe Never have I experlenced such a let down as that of September and the followmg months Wlmat was wrong? I felt no marked difference Where was that elated feelmg of supremacy? I was strll only '1 student w1th posslblv a few more responslbllxtxes Is all of llfe to be so a glamorous llust1on7 I am hopeful I shall hnd rt otherwlse However I know how that expectancy 15 the most delightful EOUIC that can fall to the lot of any human belng young or old and that expectancy fulfilled carrles hlm to the helghts but that expectancy dlsappolnted depresses hlm exceedlngly A SFNIOR Seaenly ergfv - S11 'IIAIGIITS ' 1932 ' I . . Y, I 7 , ' . E . , rl 7 3 . V . . . , , , , . . ' 5 S 3 seemed, where one neither progressed nor went back-rather, a resting place. The junior I , . . . . , ,- 7 , , ' 7 , . . , I . . ' , . . Q . . . X , . . . , . . . , 5 7 7 . . . . G f I 6 ' I JU HU N M Q09 IR? S SIDELIGHTS .1932 I Eighty LASS - ,-1 V. -. .f .W I h , f -' - -. - L, .Q.NLf'A "" ' ,, b "- -W f ' 5 ' p I' , ' t ' W " ' -f r' .. T, . ' " ' , u ' -A -, if G,, ""' ' ' V ".'. ' 'K ' A , , ', - ' ' ' ' V , .rsg.?:'j'jf.A' "" Y 1' 3' j Agn- "gf yd: , ' -- -""',.. , , ,g .. ' MLW, , 5, ,V . A Y ,, , L: if-57. , 5- i fl ' S "fix -' ,..-1-....,, -t,k.,, ,, , ,QQ-f ff.,k,H ..,. J,3.'Q', , ,, 4 V ' x - ' ' ' - ." 1' - 2 ' ,,,,"ir- ' . ' -.:ag'A 1 A .-'jf 'S - ,A , .. ' ' .. , v ff I ,.- , . Y , f i , 1- . 4 - , .X v. J.. fx 4,o, W ., . N . . a-,. ff- , Y.. -1 lk., 'P .A if ,1 " . , , Z - v, , ,, . ,, ,, 6, ,wif-. I - ' ' ' ,,.,,.-.ii-f' , A , ' . , jumofz C JFIICHIS l'3P unzor Class OFFICERS Prendcnt BURNS SOHN Secretarx AXIES PRICE Tnamnr HENRY THONIAS HONORARY MEMBER Miss MARGARET ALEXANDER PROM COMMITTEE MARGARET GALLUP DOROTHY CHANDLER MARION CUNNINGHAX1 EILEN PRATT JEROME CREWE Exghty one -S11 ,, 1 11:2- J . Vife-President , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, , ,, ,, GEORGE PASTERNOKAS ,- , ffrrrv rrrr 7fYY f77 KffV VVKV Y V Y L If . JI H'I 1 e-....,, Tiki'-,,,...... Ezgft S11 'ILIG 'S - 1.132 - R ,Q i P 1 S QOD MP9 IHI COD IW GOD IR I1E S DPIICH' 9 J 4 F1gl7tv SS KJ . , ,U p2 U' , L . C15 N4 . -A -- , . +1 M-lx? Vg '-.'1-w.., k ,. :,.'af-f1m:- ' 'v- "-'iff -P-HC' N' ' A1-'5""lf' 9' 1 .5f'4"'ffffA 'i"g ' 43: 'J 'i"'f"Li T' - '--ffL:'- 3.1 f'f.""M ,A . , ,V fl Q .'.'-W., Q M 1 7 if-TM' -'13 A .,l 5, ,., Q 1 Y' v 1.17, .L-QNVAQAPX' fk, xflvfab .MV1 4 Q . 7 v .1 vm SBXJVI ' , 5.-"E.:.i,'.' af, Y. - :Ln . . v..' .--j'7"f'?'f ' W' 0 'ik '- "-'N - W' fc mf". .' ..x..4 - . '- 1"1"'. .ug N. - f --, 'W' . . S 1' 1 MORE CLA, P0 Ss Ca 2 O fc Dlfl Exgfvtv fi Sophomore Class OFFICERS Vxce Prcszderzt HENR RECRORD Ssrretan GRETA GRASON Treasurer ERNIS SPTNOLER HONORARY MEMBER 'VIR BRLCE THOMPSON EYECUTIVE COMMITTEE EVELYN ROBE RUTH HOHNE CHARLOTTE WILSON MARGARET PARKS BESSIE GRIFFITH ROLAND BURKE EDITH BLACKWELL 16' - SI 1.IGIEITS - 1932 - President , ,, ,,,, H , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,, , , GEORGE WATSON I in H J . DFIIC HPS 1932 "-44 Ezghfy 5 X w r , 5 ' J A Y ' 6 ' , ff 13. I , , ll' I 'vc , '- 1 A L S ,' - Qi,-' ' . ' -i '7,. UF IIRQ HE S IKHXI MI IWE IN QT A F-'Q-1' I J SIDEIIGHTS 1932 Ezgfvly exgbt E HMAN w A . . 5 . H Z .5 .31 ., X 5 U ' T .i 'Q g ua ' cz 3 LL L. xi, L' . I 'J H ail X DFIICHlS 1413? reshman Class OFFICERS Preszdent ELEANOR PHIPPS Vzce Preszdenl ESTHER WARD Secretary JACK FFRGUQON Treasurer THEODORE FICKENSCHER HONORARY MEMBER Mlss ELSIE M HELD EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE BILLY H COLE MABEL SMITH ANNE STEXFNSON LEROY DEITZ LEROY SCHULLER ISABEL MONCURE Ezglvty mne - SI J. 1 "f- ..:. - EE F DPIIFHTQ 03 7 4 Y, Q' H A V V x,,L,.,f,,A , . 4. N my . , ,, 1' - vwxdapf, f , an ff ff. , ,, ,WV ,V , Ninety AMCTFIIWIIWIMES SIDELIGHTS - 1932 L a t 1 n C I u b EXECUTIVE OFFICERS viii Consuls RUTH CRANE MELVIN COLE Scnbe ELLA HERGENRATHER Censor HENRY RECKORD uaestor CORINNE LAMBERT Pont: ex Maxzmus BUDDY PRICE Dramatzc Dxreclors EANETTE DINSMORE THEODORE GEORGE Faculty Adwsors MRS GLADYS HOPKINS MISS MARGARET ALEXANDER REGES REGINAE FRANCIS MCLAUGHLIN THEODORE GEORGE RICHARD CLARKE OHN WHEELER HENRY RECRORD STREET BALDWIN BILLY COLE ROBERT GREEN WILLIAM SEYMOUR Nmely three IVAC IIIAa IIAb IIAc Aa -'X Ac VIRGINIA ROBERTS VERNA PRESTON BESSIE GRIFFITH HELEN BARBER MARY WILSON ELEANOR RUSSELL EIIZABETH BORTNER ANN WHITE EMMA NEWTON Q I ....,,....SSSSSSSSSSI . ..... S,S,SV,,OOOOOSS O,.,.SO,SSOOOSSSSSSSOOSS...S..S I I f D A ' AAAASA,,....SA..AA AAAAAAA.Y,.SA.Q.. AA.V--AAAAAAAAA...A..,..SA..AA..AA A A A AAAAAA.A...,A A AAAA J , GEORGE MUMMA .,,.,.,,,. , ,, ,I,, IIAa ,L,L,,, ,SS,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. . ,. H ,. 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V 1 1 v I. , . I A 1 . J ' e , Q , ' . ,Q . . . G V . ..- ' V . V Y . I A - 1. Y 7 .. , . V . y ' ,. ' , K 4 ' K sh I - ' . L I C . T 4, I 1 operetta. The first such concert came at Christmas with music fitting the season. The pro- ' 1 . v 1 1, - V . ,, . . ,, f . l f . . . . . ' ,, . ,, ' ' . Q . . C ' . V . . I, . ,- . I S I . I D 1 'A ' f'-IQ1 JPIIC 1932 The Orchestra GEORGE SCHAFFER MARY SUE FIELDING ELEANOR FRYER LUCY WYGANT OHN CRANE ALFRED RITTER EVIORY BURKE ACK GRIER Sousaplvonc ELLSWORTH TANNER Snare Drum EDD: ARD HERRMANN mlzns Cornet: Cfarzncts 161710 JFAN SISK Student Dxrector EAN WAECHTER IXIEVIN KENDRICK BRENT GENIMILL LEON TANNER DAVID TILLMAN OSPPH OWENS RDBFRT PARKFR I ufussxon THURLOXV CLEVELAND Tmznglf PAUI MANGIONF fvnety fn S I I I , 1 II T S - I ' - MISS JANE CRAWFORD ,, ,,,,,,, , , ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, D i rector V. V . J J . J i J , , 4 , J , ' P' - SIDELIGHTS ' 1932 - I. 0 LL! HUGH rw mu 0 lr 4 4wx 1 L 1 uf Towson Towson Towson Tow son Nmely :Jen Nl Nleherm IILL, 7 IHU lYN l 1 IIIL ll! X XLY' F eldball SCORES Sparrows Poxnt Franklm Sparks 7 Catonsvllle N 1 1 lim' lfurv K' 1 'I S I s, li. .-X N. M. S I-. M. xxvilfl. S, Pl 'ew fi':qvt.r, K. Ri'l: 'lsnn. Il. Held ..,. " l' '. Ifnul lfwn' N. .X N. R. H1'zuAl. li. Lrizezxux. XI. IM ': . RI. .IY'- s. i Towson ,,,,,, ,......,, ,,.,,, 16 Kenwood ,.,, ...,,..,.,,,. , .,., . 10 . , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, H 38 ' ,,., ,.,..,,,,,, ..., .,,,,,,,, ,,,, , , , , ., H 11 ' H ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, , ,, , ' ,,,, ,,,,,,, , 12 SIDELIGHTS - 1932 Y lf Towson Towson Towson Towson Towson Towson Towson Towson Towson Q VS Basketball SCORES League Games Sparrows Polnt Kenwood Sparks Catonsvllle Independent Games Seton Western High Forest Park Eastern Hxgh 30 Park Nmety ezglvt T 1.4'f to R1'1lllf""fTOHCll Snucnhus. Il. Gumpf, E. Loizeaux CBIanager5. M. Nichermling, S. Powers QCZKU aiuj, K. l icharclsnn, M. ':n'1l, Bl. Myers, Towson ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, As,, .,,,,, 7,,,,,,,7,,,7, , Y 4 1 Franklin ,, , r,,r,,,, , -,, ,, 37 ,...,r ,,,,, , ,, ,, , ,, , 40 , , 7 ,, , ,, 28 DFIIFIIIQ 1939 Amely nme 1 I er u X 1 Ill Ny V 0 I l e y SCHEDULE Tuesday Aprll 19 Eastern at Towson Fnday Aprll 22 Western at Towson Frlday Aprll 29 Park School at Park Tuesday May 3 Eastern at Clxfton Monday May 9 Western at Western Friday May 20 Park School at Towson Two games w1th Forest Park not denmtely scheduled SIDELIGIITS - 1932 nf Rox oach NIaD'm l lure -. ger l' llarl Rnlrelm C lxlm elhoer l' l2lNN'll'11l R Nortrup R lull:-'mx 1Nldna erl rant Roc P CL.-mghlm 1 xsternol-cd 'Nl we 1 1 ag uno u 4 J 'NIU Towson Towson Towson Towson Towson Towson Towson Towson Towson Towson Towson H .Arn N I ruce o c c e r SCORES League Games Span-ows Pomt Kenwod Franklm Sparks Independent Games Normal Normal Calvert Hall Polytechmc Park 1 Westmx nster One hundred 1? If 7" -1' . . , N T. I , R. l.it.'in' . l.9ililCl1. I. Jer, I LJ. '. 'A g f , 1" 1' - T. M ' 1 4: fifll-1.7 l 's, , ..l'4l ,ALT lJ.v's.AR. 6 H'zx1t:inJ. . . yer. J, 1 .1. f . S 4 Catonsville 4 - SIDELIGHTS - 1932 - LrttoRr1lt R lagla I ax cLa ghl Ixl g J NVhel Coache NIcNulFfe a B a s k e t b a l l SCORES League Games Towson Towson Towson Towson Towson Towson Towson Towson Towson Towson Towson Towson Towson Towson Towson Towson Towson Towson One hundred one Sparrows Poxnt Kenwood Franklm Sparks Catonsvllle I ndepend ent Games F ranlclm Franlclm Day Normal Alumm Loyola V Catonsvllle Franlclln Day Catonsville Hyattsvllle Boys Latm Hyattsvxlle Westminster P ce NI Cole C Core l'VI a f i, lf . I i no, .. D vis, F. M u in, C. ' in elhofer, J. ri . A . , , . I R. Loizeaux, . eer, f s . 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J: 's, -SI1 JELIGHTS - 1932 The Fourth Annual Gymnastzc Exhibition The annual exhrbrt of the Physlcal Educatlon Department has grown to be a hrgh hght of mterest to the student hodv and to many patrons of the school Thxs years productlon was even more elaborate than that of previous years and won for MISS Snoenbos and Mr Wladan well merxted praxse Every number on the program was presented gracefully or skrllfully dependmg on lts type and was most enthusrastrcally recelved Naturally there were some performers who starred and some numbers whlch excelled Francxs McLaughl11 and Rutherford Lolzeaux evldenced remarkable muscular control rn Statues and Ethel and Betty Coclcey proved to be most amazing contortlomsts 1n the stunts The tap dances oy both grrls and boys were the hrt of the evemng The elementary grades came rn for thelr share of approval especlally ln Tumbling and Flag Drxll The Pyramlds were m every sense of the word the chmatrc event of an xnterestmg and hrghly successful program Dance Rhythms Indran Dance Country Dance Flag Drlll Free Arm Drill Motor Ablllty Stunts Tumbhng Mmuet Marchmg Dull Tap Dancmg Free Arm Drill Military Tap PROGRAM fCouple Tap Hurcly Gurdyj Elementary GlYlS Elementary Boys Elementary Gxrls Elementary Boys High School Glrls Hlgh School Boys Elementary Bovs Elementary Boys Elementary Boys Hlgh School Glr s Hlgh School Boys Hrgh School Glrls l. .,, ,,,, ,,,tt,,,,,,,, . ,,,,,e,, tee,,,, . ,,,,,,, , , , H, h ' 2. 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' ,, ,, ,,,,,,,,. ,,.,,,,,. ,.,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,,, , , . ,....tt.....-......a.,..t.. .....,,., . , , , ' Russlan Dance Robots Marchmg Drnll Athletlc Drrll Rag Doll Dance Wands Parrsran Polka Indlan Clubs umpmg aclcs Tap-Bowery Dance Eccentrxc Dance Pyramlds Hugh School G1rls High School Boys Hlgh School Glrls H1gh School Boys Hlgh School Girls Hlgh School Boys H1gh School Grrls Hrgh School Boys Hrgh School Grrls High School Boys Hugh School Glrls Hrgh School Boys One hundred four JI' Towson Hzgh School Alumnz Assoczatzon THE OFFICERS AGNES MULL1N HIKIRS r It nt ANIFS C L AN111RsoN lr 141 CATHPRINF IXING Rttorclzrzg, .S Cretan NIARY C CAREY It Cornspondmg ,Secretary DOROTHY N1c Ol LS 71d Correspondmg Mrntarp EDYTHE WILLIANIS Treasurer EXECUTIVE BOARD C WALTER COLE HOWARD Fox CHARLES B WHEELER AGNES R PRICF AND ANNA M TRIEDE PRINCE MEVIORIAL TRUSTEES ADDIE MAY FLAYHART LAWRENCE E ENSOR The Alumm ASSOCIRIIOH of Towson Hxgh School has enjoyed a most successful year both SOCl3lly and hnanmally The varlous comm1ttees have worked ID harmony and the lnterest of a number of 1nact1ve alumni has been enhsted The GCCIVIIICS of the assoc1at1on 1ncluded a card party dances and dramatlcs M1ss L Vaugh Flltton served as cha1rman of the card party and M155 Ruth M Waclc the chalrman of dramatlcs The Class of 193l was most cooperatlve 1n all the undertakmgs and a number of 1ts members were mcluded 1n the cast of When a Fellow Needs a Fnend a comedy presented by the assoc1at1on 1n March A George Washmgton B1Centenn1al Program was gwen before the student body of the school 1n May Mr C Walter Cole was the Master of Ceremonxes The Alumnx Assoc1a t1on extends a most hearty welcome to the Class of 1932 and a most cord1al Thank you to Mr Buck for h1s Splefldld co Operatlon On I rzdrd - S11 TLIGITTS-1932 - .' Pcfle J . 1 ,. . ' f Vice- 3 ctlvzt A Q A ' A s- ' , TC v I1 . I Y 1- A T1 v I I -7 Hi' - Wu x I VELBIA HEI51 Financial Secretary . 5 , l 1 . 1 ' C N . ' ' . . as ' ' . :Q - av A A - - - , 1 . . '. . . . I U ,, - c an e fn' J The Parent Teacher Assoczatzon OH ICERS MR HAIRRY I CAPLIS In 1 4 If R lim R Hfsui it r ur 4 it fs l' Hoirfxrsum .Surrlarw R IOHN C5 Cmrsi rrtzwmr Th Parent Teacher Association or the Towson High School and the lfletnciitan School has hacl a vers successful xear in spite of the numerous prohltrns which arc peculiar and entertaining with sufficient variation to appeal to all members Much real enthusasm has heen shown all along, the attendance has been exceptionally good and 1 spirit of co oper ation and good fellowship has heen verv pronounced Ar thc heginning of this scar the association received the Trophv for the vert fin work done during the past vcar This is especially significant owing to the serv large district which the local association scrxes Real praise is due everx memher who so graciously con trihutccl tovsarci such phcnomonal success Thr opportunity for service in the future is very great, and it is proper to assume th at this challcngc will he mtt with the same eagerness to serve as has been so Rell demonstrated in the past One fmndn fl xxx -S11 ELIGIITS -1932 ' . V 4. , , lr-alll M . a fi l"'c-I'e'1'r M., .',,,.'f T' X C K s - -K s H- ' ' A s v ' s - . s K . - to an organization of its nature. The activities of the association have heen usuallv inviting D X . . .Q W Q I . . F . Y x V 6 J 1 fmrzc nf nun 4nd Now' I u worm rm IQUOIDIDK ot Frwnmn I xg ru m 1 Supu L anon XXL YL pQrwn1I1L tm Q1II1nr Umor An uxurnud m our Sgmur Ktatum XXL u m'1 onu NPILDCIIKI Irlen N1 Am Imrmd ,omg evans LOU XX I vp acud 1I'l plus 1nCI Clmcnd An Ind IIIL II1 urs for Our SCM X I u sung IH wmmrfx md cqnmmw A11 YlCItI'lLg proxsus In VI1 xm um um our umorx III ur L I1 N 1 gllxx 'IIN IN ILII tu IDUN I MIN Lx L XL F111 UHF ULN 111 Ylxsk NUIHL fpxfx mx ul!! I Ik MU U I1 LCINILSH rutw -X11 xx1tI1 um our undarvm Inu Irlm I 7 nt JUL ll mr IX xour tum N nut I1 dun um nw I I n trum ot rms text ou mix ax un Iwng ur Jump 1 1 Iim - S11 I'1I,IGII'I'S ' 19232 Yi'-'H I ' I ' lg ' ' A 'JI '. Vi'-' '- ' 'cIccI ' I I': HIL ' . . dl . '. f ' - g ' . 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I' I "1 J- NY WII I uf ,X If u I 'I ' ' ll I1 Concluszo 1 The tlme has come when we must close our chromcle and say farewell to all those asso c1at1ons we have known and enjoyed for the past four sears We have worked hard thts year, spurred on by the hope that you mll enjoy the product of our work the 1932 ,SIDFLIGHTS standards set by other years, and to make the contents of mterest not only to our classmates hut also to the underclassmen XVe hope you mll approve the results We wrsh to express our appreclatxon to those whose hearty subscrlptlon makes evldent the deslre of the student body for the continuance of the annual, and to our advertlsers whose sturdy support, partxcularly tn a husrness year such as the present one, made posslhle our puhllcatxon and to all those others who alded us m many and xartous ways We extend our greetxng to the mcommg stall, Wlbhlng them the hest of luck, and trustmg they mll carry on the tradmons of SIDELIGHTS One hundred ug 'v' -S11 '1l,IGII'1'S- 1932 - z ' 1 I- -A ' s v , ' 1 Ir is bv no means perfect, we did not expect it to he, but we have tried to maintain the GEORGE H. 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Y V V V I' L I IS I A , ,..,. ..,.., ,,,, ,..,, ,..,. . ,. ..,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, TI-IE ARUN DEL CORPORATICN BALTIMORE MD Contractors SHCI Ef1gl1'1CCI'S 311 D1StF1butOfS of Sand and Gravel Fine Watches Clocks 86 Je elry Parker Founlam Pens Fountain Pen Repalrlng Practical Watch Repair ng I-larry C Langgood Manu acturlng Jeweler Y k Road o s 445004- 000000 04-'00, Comphments Harry L Cramrner r 1151 11111 C MERRYMAN TIMONIUM MD Pho e T w o YEARS IN PRACTICE DR J M JONES CHIROPRACTOR 5519 HARFORD ROAD BALTIMORE MD Comphments of JCSEPI-I E SCI-IERER QQ""'0',0 4-4-Q 00444000-Q4-Q' 7 II 11 VOHCIII- Drayer Co 'VIANUFACTLRING CONFECTIONERS 1604 6 HARFORD AVENUE BALTIMORE M RYIAND 1 1 Q 5 F 1 i Q ,I 5 Z 1 ,.. 11 o , I 1 N 11 " 1 1 11 M 1 1 11 A 1 ' 11 . 3 1 11 Q 1 . 1 -+- : z 1, . 1 . 1 .. 5 1 1 ' 1 - . . 1 . 11 . - 1 I 1. 11 - 1 . 1, 5 I ' 1 11 I 1 3 1 11 1 I 1 ' 11 1 Q ' -I -1 -I 1 I: I E 1' E ' 11 - 1 1 1 1 3 I L 1 11 1 -1 1 11 Z 1, I Q I' P- 11 E 1 1 5 1 1 1 1, z Q- 1 1 1 ' Q , 1 Q 1 1 1 j 11 1-1 1 11 - 1 Ig . - 1 2 11 3 ' 11 1 1 ' i A , 1 - 1 11 1 11 - . 1 11 I A 1- 1' 1 . 1 I I - 1 1 1 I V 2 sA4 3 O 1' F 1 - 1 'N ' 1 3 ' 1. 1 -4 1 1: 1 j 1 4 1 11 E 3 5 I I 1' 1 BC! 1 11 . 1 o ,-, 1 v 1, L I ' 0 1 '--1 1 : e I7 I 1 1 . 11 I- I- I--.-.I-.I-II-I.-II-.I-II-..-I.-.mlql--I-I.-.IAI-.I-II-..--I-.I-I.-I.-.I-I.-.I-.--.If I- I-.I-Im SMART APPAREL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS OF HIGH SCHOOL AGE HUIZLER BFQTHER3 C HOWARD SARATOGA a a' CLAY STREETS BALTIMORE MD Blue Ridge College NEW WINDSOR, Mn. I' III I x1IcIx COLT EGE AND ACADEMY COURSES ecal Cou 5es I Must Buszess a Dome txr Scene Insurance a n d SCYVICC WHEELER 85 COLE IFRANK I WHEELERI Tow sox NI nu I nn WALTER K KEEN CO I L IIIIP R XIII I IN ORIL Phone Hamilton 2191 BELAIR ROAD an FLEETWOOD AVENUE OVERLEA MARYLAND if HUMAN CHURN Good graclous umor I forgot to shake the bottle before I gave you that medncme Dont worry Mommy Ill turn a few handsprmgs Complrments W F BARNWELL 5 I Y Y 3 LO- I ' 'I " -'AI. 0' 5 ' ' I 1 A . 1, 5p 1 r u 1. II , Art, nd' . . 3 5 I 1 I .,,,,,,,.,..,.,,,-,,,:,:,,,:::, I '::::'f:::::::::'::f:::::',,,f I 'I 'I 'I 'I I I 'I 'I . . 'I 'I :I I v w - ll J A 1 W A A 1 Y 'I 4 4 . 4, 4 4 I . 1: ' 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 1, .. d- . 4, 'I 'I , 'I 'I' f, . I ' .1 .' 'I 'I 'I ll 'I 'I 1 5 'I 'I 'I 'I 5 -,,,:::::,:::::,:::::,:::::::: S :: ::::::::::::,:::,,::::'QA 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 Q! 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ISH BOOKKEEPING UNIOR SECRETARIAL CIXII SERX ICE ACCOUNTING SENIOR SELRETARIAL TEALHER TRAINING BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Let us help you to decide on the course of study best suited to your puticular needs Write or call for further information phowe Plaza 1741 DAT AND NIGHT ScHooI OPFN A11 YIEAR STUDENTS MAI ENTER AT ANI TIME E I-I NORMAN Prffzdent BALTIMORE BUSINESS COLLEGE BALTIMORE ind LIGHT STREETS BALTIMORE MD DELUXE MOTOR COACHES LUDWIG A STAIB 1 ,I , WATCHESPVMELOCKSSIUEISIAMONDS GENUINE HAXVKS CRYSTAL GLASS REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS 7 SARATOCA ST FAST OF CI-IARIES Phone H1!Hl1IOn 2078 l umplznzrfzfs 0 GROSS BARBER SHOP inject YORK ROAD AT TOWSON 913 LUTI-IERVILLE MARYLAND SINCE 1 PHONE TOWSON 554 E ALL NIGI-IT MASON S GARAGE Authon ul ISl1c'1ztoo1I Aqcmq X ORIx ROAD uid VS II I OXV AI FN UF TOWSON MD FIRESTONE TIRES EXIDE BATTERY AND TUBES SERVICE V W ' ' , , 1 w w A A 4 1 'I' A w Y Lv is 41411 41 A43 w-471 L 1 yy flu . . , ,. S S 5 9 s 7 Y G I 1 1 1 . S . Q L IE fe - A z .. 1 . 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Dumb I cant learn anyrhmg The teachers keep changmg the lessons every TOWSON MARYLAND Telephone To son 956 FIRE WINDSTORM AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY George H Streber, Inc JOHN L SIPPEL 86 soN TABIE DETTCACTES INSL R XLCE Phone 7512 BELAIR RD Bouleva cl 3347 OVERLEA Mn 531 YORK ROAD TOWSON DODGE BROTHERS MOTOR CARS U :HI lflnafznq Poztm The New Plymouth 595 up at Factory Dodge Truclcs V to 6 Tons YORK ROAD GARAGE F B PORTS M L PORTS Towson: 525 TOWSON MARYLAND I.-I.-I.-.I-II-.I-II-.I-II-.I--f.I-II-II-I.-II-I.-I.-II-..'..-I.-.T-..-wII--.-.I-I.-I.-I.-II--.-.I--I-I.-I.-.I-.I-.I-I.-II-I.--I-II-.I-I.-.I-I.-I.-.I-I.-.I-.I-II-I.-I.-.I-I.-.IIII-II-II-.I-I.-I.-I.--I-I.-.I-I.-..-. o L L ', , J I Ac- ' I ,l fl I I i , i - ' 'n' ion, x 4 ,l , i r ii . ' , ' ' . l , 7 -- 9 - , . ---::::,:::::::::::,,:::::::-.-::::::::::,:-,::::::::::::-,:- 'I 'I 'I . . 1 'l ' .' I' 'I 'l , fr I - r X 'I . 'I 77 I, - 'I , me as I, . . :I , er 9 - , . . I, - I I, I . 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I qui few .Wifi z-'335-Yfsff-vrxlw JWM ,, 3 EXCUSE IT PLEASE Beneath this grasxy mound now rests One Edgar Oscar Earl Who to another hunter looked Exactly like a fquxrrel And under thzs a lonely pzle Lies Ru us Rastus Babbitt He looked the part a gunner thought And shot hxrn or a rahhtt Beneath thu Weepzng wxllow tree Lres Edward Everett B1er Hlho by another hunter was Mzstaken or a deer Phone Towson 874 FRANK J SMRCINA V1 XRINK .All XRII 101: 'XII N XX mux nn LHIIDRPX 407 YORK ROAD TOWSON MARYLAND CocKEYsvlLLE MD Phone Cockeysvnlle 195 Cockeysvllle Confectlonery HOWARD D SHIPLEY Prop I torus C zqmettcs lolmcco and Sfafwner y FULL LINE OF PATENT MEDICINES Compllments H. Courtenay emfer vnu-nun. In nmnm L n - .55 if I Q- .AfQ'1. I fa' .ma Y . A-'I . .L A- -- --Lf .. 1 -45.5 ,V 7 553,55 . ,,IEg.i: l hw " 'Mirr- ri' .5 . 1' 61','52',fz,t I' ' ?,fQ'5'r,..' 111. 155: A, ,,. ers .' , - - - . 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'r ,. .,.,.,.,,.,.,.,.,.,.,. .,,,. . .,,.,.,,,.,.,. . . . . . . . . . .,,., HGUIISCHILD KOHN SI CQ o one aw: pamt 11 e 1 punt I-I B PELTZ lllllflllfj 11I11I Ijlllllllfllllf FULLERTC1-I MARYLAND Sam Crowther, r GENERAL MERCHANDISE AND FREE DELIVERY Phone Towson 713 TIMONIUNI NIARXI AND SMOOTHING DOWN THE MINISTER The mInIster called on Mrs Macshod 16 the way he remarked after a whI1e, I was sorry to see your hushand 1eave the church 1ast Sunday rlght In E18 mlddle of my sermon I trust nothmg was erlcusly the matter wlth lum? Oh no, sIr, replled Mrs MacSh1d It was nothmg very serlous but you see, the poor man does have a ternble habxt of wa1kIn In h1s sleep Baltxmore Countyx largest Department Store ELLIS FINKELSTEIN OUTFITTERS FROM HEAD TO FOOT EOR EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY Phone Towson 677R 406410 YORK ROAD TOXX SON HERGENRATHER DRUG C0 Your Xaborfvood Drug Store Since 1904 IJRESCRIPTIONIS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED We carry In stock Il full lme of schOo1 sup p1IeS Includ ng Typewrlters and BCCCSSOFIBS Fountnn Pens Ink Loose Le1f Bmders Fl11ers Compos non Books Graph Paper Penclls Com P1530 Remforcements Clxps Mendlng TISSUE T13,s and L1be1s Poster Paper Protractors and P Ibber Bands Also-Books M1g1Zln8S Cameras and FI1mS Vnttrolas and Records Candy and Ice Cream H P -1PPRl:Clf1TE YOLR Pf1TRONAGE CALI TowsON 39 WE DELIVER T e Ba1t1more County Bank Exterxds It: Congratulatzons t You 0 flue Class of 1932 o the Ton son Hzgh School Our many f1cIlItIes are open to you for your use Ind we trust we may be of service lh m1kIm, your careers the success th1t we hope they WI11 13 OFFICES Tow son WhIteha11 Randa11stOwn SAMUEL KIRK 8: SCN 1 II 111 rs Stanonerf S111 erymxlfzs 411 N CHARLES STREET BALTIMORE DIANIONDS WATCHES CLOCKS GOOD FWFLRY SILNERWARE PINE STATIONFRY FOUNDED l 8 1 J I I I I Q I I I I I I , I . 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TL ....,...,....,.... .,.. .................. ,F av , T iirvhmrk Lmazahn 8: Sun FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1401 Bl I XIR ROIXD Western Maryland College WESTMINSTER MARYLAND ALBERT NORMAN WARD DD LLD Presxdent For Young Men and Young Wcmmen lfnexcefled Lufalzon Modervz Currzculxmz Com Iete Eqrupment Moderate Rafe: Graduates from approved I-Ilgh Schools acl muted WlII'l0Uf condxtxons CA'rALoGl E UPoN APPIICATION 40,04-,'0,',0,4-.',',-A,"'Q'0"0,, 'QQ' ""0,"'0,' SEIDLE 85 I-IUIVIPI-IREYS IVIAIcFRs or HIGH CLAss SCHOOL and COLLEGE JEWELRY T FRATERNITY AND CLUB PINS COMIVIENCEMENT INVITATIONS DANCE PROGRAMS FAVORS PHILADELPHIA, P 1 W 41 It 4 --,, ,.,.,.. f, .,,,,,. ,, ....,.. :,:,-::--::---,:::::::,,::::::: S 5 I I , . ., . ., I . R I A if S , . , . A , ' ' ' A nlfxperlo Credo" .I , A A. i-ww - i- - i- i-ri-im--ii' i- - I --f--- i- - i-imr-..-ii- i- uri- -.i- -.is ,.,,.,,.,,.,.,,.,. .,. .,. . . . . .,. .,. .,. ... .....,.,. . . .. . Central Commercial College FORMERLY BREWBAKER Improved courses in all business sub'ects cl1ss and individual instruction. Day and Night Classes. Our representative will call at your convenience. 506 PARK AVENUE VErnon 0227 COM: LIMENTS OF T H E Mar Nita Beauty Shoppe I UANITA B SL.HUSTERl 5 YORK ROAD TOWSCN Sp cial Drs oitnts to Towson Stztclults Anneshe Barber Shop and Shoe Repairing 6801 YORK ROAD SHOES CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED REFERRED TO EMILY Posr Oh ye paragraplaers to the resfue lraste A momentous question has arisen I a leap Year mazd ask a bachelor s lvaml Should be go on lv r nees or lnsen 'No matter Whether tis leap year or not Smce the question has artsfn Ewen 1 slve does propose almost anbotly nows S es sun to e sitting on men Compliments of T O W S O N NATIONAL BANK TOWSON MARYLAND The Flag, Banner and Pennant Shop P. H. TAYLOR- Successor to SISCO BROTHERS FIAGS BANNERS SCHOOL BELT BUCKLES 30" PARK AVE BALTIMORE MD ALL WET Too You remind me of the sea Why? 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' ' ' N 5 S 1 ' S 5 ' - -- 2 0 O Graduation It IS one of the Bag events of your life, and there should be a portralt to mark the occasion Make an appomtment today CECELIA NCRFOLK EARECKSON 411 CHARLES STREET NORTH BALTIMORE MARYLAND I I -rir In worlcmg wlrh the SIDELIGHTS Staff for the past year nr las been our alm to help produce an annual wlnch 15 rl e leader ln rcs class We hope that we have been success ful to the end that year after year :He advxce of eaclm reurmg SIDELIGHTS Staff wnll b Repeat with IOTI Engravers and deszgners f nearlv 200 xearbooks annuallx D1v1s10n of I! OT qs ' 5 'Z PHOTO EDCRHVIHC COITIPHHY 'f' course annum nsmnrmsnr lln' and CHERRY STREETS K-we X pm mos mmm Y, l X up ' 0 BALTIMORE ENGRAVING CO. 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