Towson High School - Sidelights Yearbook (Towson, MD)

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J,,A4,,,f1,vwKlZ:Ggljjxk1, ' N5 Kuff Zo J 40 JM H K XJ' 5 3 9 f X 1 Ay!!! V O , fj X N 'H K I NIXROXXQXF YXOOOESON Seuekoq Moak oi KYNoxAgYN'i, wexx wvougvw' "Stes NN eXX mode, yes. X Svkxvurl ENOLEMAN Treasurer "Fwd oXX 'cYxoK's 'oesk oi dork ond bvkghk e , ,J eek 'xo hex' ospeck ond 'net J . X1 fb 'ff' , IJ! ., ,lj K BETTY ANDERSON Secretornol She sat luke patnence on a monument DONALD ARNSBERGER Acodemuc I have never conhned myself to fa ts Wffiilf O.,-.9JX' MILDRED ANTHONY Acodemnc She was good as she was arr SOSQMIHL I R TH S? X ha l les foitiagewndiiff' DONALD AULT General I have a smgle track mrnd vt-fu JV RICHARD AYRES Cenerol Who never wms can rarely .j 056 YI OENEVIEVE BACINSKI RAFFEETY Secretornol The way Ja be happy as to make atlfer jo: nf K WH 'W ARH ' Le.-..b.ff-V And darest hou then to beard the Iron an hrs den RUTH B Y EN BAYNE ere drd you get your eyes so blue? Out of the sky as I came through 4' . '7 ., in . + X i . 7 I A K -r fgf ,SHIRLEY BERRYMAN A BARBARA BOYCE EITAMT if ACGCIGYYWIC " 'W , Academic "Happiness is the only - 3 M "Fortune will call at thy 9004-" I I N ' smiling gate." JOSEPH B'-P' BETTY BRIGHT Academ' Secretarial 0 man 5 How tar that little candle have same of throws its beams BLEVINS FU-ff BONNIE BROOKS re a I fu- Commercial ,J -a ln the twinkling ve rod o e e er WALTER BLUCHER WALTER BROWN General 1, 4 General A fellow of plam and un Am l my bl'0l'l1ers coined constagcy Y' Q keePe"7 ,J Za Q GMX Q, I jp iff ww, iff wou- BARBARA BOLDTMAN b DEAN BURNHAM General Academic Better a witty fool than S, l have nothing to declare foolish wut but my gemus w,.i1Nl? M ww I vi-4l2,m, frmwwn LAN I2 1 - a K - ,fx , . I ' ll I 1 W I a re w . H - I n -L 27 o s. - .H n." ' , RU 'I ' t . ,M ,ax . -I . . mf' . . 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Af f' E 4 ROBERT CHRISTIAN Academnc The wheel that squeaks the loudest IS the one that gets the grease CHARLES CLARK General JM! I fmd thee worthy Amex pf. JOHN CLARK General "C Ive taken my fun where Ive foung ut 4 MI I3 QVO I 'X I ff f I ' Lf J -I I D V ll o . a u ' ' - I ef - - .rv F ' I fu ' 'H 1 X' ' W ..4.nA 1' ,II I , , W I I lx Q in ll I - " ' i is " so . - .ll A ' KI T T I sr -W ll bil? wzwff ef l x q I -I fr- M 2 'K 5 I C . 4 t u lv' Q R A H H . "A r ea I , , , rl u e ." I ' ' U ' x .. ' .I 3. V , 'qs Irrv 1 u - ll , . . . - . u ', g .,', . I -f j I ' It 4 x . r I I 5 I ,f J X I wld HKU .5 I , A ' i' 4 'I u 1 ll ' ' Y, ' 1 - ll .ll M i' . I a j .. H I 3 f ., 3 -L A 1 A I J K RAYMOND CLASS K' Academxc A lrttle nonsense now and then rs rellshed by the best of men LILY CLINC-MAN TEACHYIMI Academic Sober steadfast and de l'l1lIl'e ROBERT COFIELL General A noble purpose to a noble ell Lx 'J I 3 C OLYN CO ER ,ELYEK M V! Secretarnal Q 320' Malden' wlth fanglffwn A tresses shadmg oer thyy dreamy eye 'D' LOIS CREWS General The mlrror of all cour l'eS fx Y It I4 SALLY CONLEY Academic Of all the gurls that are so smart Theres 'none luke pretty Sally DIANE COPP Academnc Theres language m her eye her cheek her hp NELLIE COSTA Thompson Secretarial Her es' the glow worm CHARLES CRESWELL General Hrs bark IS o tha bite Kg Qwv' JOYCE COLEWELL Secretarnal He bullded better than he knew , fl f by -X If. I A' I in .txxxgy N 5 NX 1 . , s If A I, 'i ' U ,, . 5 V., 17 x ' . . f I... V ,ff A,-. ,, . 11 - xi, A' Q U ' 1 ' S ' ' ' ' ' . ' , Y H 3' ' v 7 I ' ar 'v- cl' I I H , ll 1 . I I ' . 'rf u ' U . I I ' 33",,31 k Ml, if M' . NO ' ' , as 1 N n 'I Q ,-e " , d H . Lfwfgl ' ' W ' I t e. fa f M I I M I A , Il,-'fy' jrlaj . 1 . fllfif f L ' 5 ,1 If LQ 1 .Q Y '- I ff' LTLJX, fl XJ, x I 4 X fC"f""" 1 . V x 1 . ' I If ' .- ' Z' ,Q C of - , ia: . , I W-f - u , ,Q -.C , . ll " ' 'I d I g my E . uw ' IIJ ,. , ef: u . H I N ll - I ., Mg . 1 'I 1 ix! K .. Y l ,VK rt' x 5' I X I IW I F 45 U. I , J RICHARD CROWTHER General "None but himself can be his parallel." ff' If ' s f I If I3'A1:IlI ' ' LYDIA CUMMINS CJNDD E rl General Well timed silence hath more eloquence th n speech Leek HILDA CURTIS Secretarial Fair words never hurt the tongue L JOHN DANENMA General ICXQ, Many small great MARY DASCH WA LL- I S Secretarial O perfumed suntor spare thy smiles' Her thoughts are not of thee ' ELAINE DIACUMAKOS Academic ,X "Wit, now and then, struck smartly, shows a spark." Qeffgf CLENNA DILWORTH h IQNFSNMHT' Secretarial Wee modest crimson- tipped flower WJJJL rw '-,Z JANE DRUM OND Acodemnc If there were no Eloudsfvo we would n eng DORIS DU JA If 6 Secretar iii' 1? rffif one 7 CHARLES DYER Acodemsc Clothes make the man Y' ag A If ,H I 1 I5 to 4, s I .ul V X MJ SI' 7 . f . JU vi ' -4' ' .ll ' ' he I J' I y y, I TA ' ,life gs? - - . I QNX W W vi b ' - I of tj xi' . ' -A 1.-3 if ' IC I rf :BQ Qrl, x -L J I . , Ii N I J f ' .. VJ ' .'.1i,' J Y-, ,J I' ' . nfl 1 ,I T 1 J 5 I Q J O I rl 'T-v . BETTIE EDMONDS Academic "I'm no angel." Z , II' I ,,,,-!J...N-.L " .l lllk MT, VIOLA ENGLISH Secretarial While you Ive tell truth and shame the dev I f Ir ELIZABETH ENSOR General As upright os the cedar 451,52 we AJ ELIZABETHP Evjuibvu- X General -4 Wai Thcszfgkdrqt of success ns constancy of purpose LUCY FOLGER Academlc A lovely' g orltlon sent t be o oment s orno ment I I I 2 DAVID FISHER General "Let the world slip: we shall ne'er be younger." M07 JOHN FISSEL Academvc I om not o West Vlrgmuon I am on cmerlcon 5.1 1 ...cal Auuwdamwzh JEAN FITZBERGER HOOVEK Secretarial A better part of velour as dlscretlon DORIS Fl AKHSTK 6' Secretarnal N I om o v hu e er son SADI E E FENDLAY Secretarlal L e IS not life ot without delu ht Wifi L , , .Q 'l -f - 404 U . I- K xx .A K n J 3 . I A ' ,ge A ll u 9 n . JDJ - 0 ' ' X 0 ' 5 'I . i 4 , s ' ff "'-A "' I I I! ,Lg 49 . . , l i ' 1 4 nf A N ' fir A . P Vw X 'ln 4 I ,. Q 7 - -f fr-X, 3? ! ' u ' ' ' I . Q H P - .u ' N X 1' , ff ,.-v K Qc' ,.AA Av l . ' ' KX , I - I 1 L, ,aa " ' ' , Av " if ' ' all 'll 3, FA , I , X Ll " It A J ew Ex IX R' 'N x Q I6 ' R MARIE FRANCE GALLQWAY Secretarlal And that srnule I sun shlne darts Into ny sunless heart ANN FRANTZ M Academic M Here In her harr ej pamter plays the and hath woven a golden mesh JAMES FRASER Academic A hon among ladles 1 most dreadful thmg LESLIE FRISCH General By a small sample we may judge of the whole piece CHARLES General The force of hl own ment makes hns way JK -"Mar if .xr X 8- 'WI 24 the 9 x E' I7 ZZ!! "" "' MIC :- DAVID CEELHAAR General A mlnd equal to any un dertalung he puts nt along sude JOHN C GENTRY Academic An unassummg boy n truth a lad of decent parts A if 22513 telaffgftlm ,WNW HARRIS JAMES GEORGE Academlc Wlt IS so shmmg a qualnty t t ev rybody admlres at 55,44 EARLE GERDING General What a case l JW EDWARD GERBER Academnc Oh' upright gudge oh' learned judge LEROY GREEN I f Cenerol Theres a hlstory an all men s llves DOROTHY CR IMM ADAMS General Our youth we may have but today We always have time to grow old 4,2 lkil N-1 IRENE cRovEs HW'-HND Academic Thou dost begurle the world DORIS HALLER Acodemuc Happiness as above all thmgs ALBERTA I-IARBAUCH Secretornol He too serves a certam purpose who only stands and cheers ,fw- 5 rss oy: ercu hou t down but JVM 4 Ziglar FRED MAN Acodemlc Do you know that conver satlon IS one of the greatest pleasures un life? EDITH HAYS Cenerol Llttle strokes fell great oaks BETTY LEE HEIM Secretornol A good hearts worth god VIRGINIA I-IELLMAN 904- Acodemnc Bu she luke all good women has a temper of her own O I J JOAN HELMS Academic The llght of the lau ln stars MAY H EN RY Secretarial Thus the little mmutes humble as they be make the mnghty ages of etern ABBIE HERRlNG Rosf, Secretarual Though she be but little h f s e IS nerce ill, G-,IJ wwf vf ,W MARTHA JANE HESS Academnc Well sand lard on with trough SHQRLEY HESS Moann' Aca emuc led- leer Aljvhffpjr wokithe alr LOIS HESTON Academac W1 1 erm hkg,d swuftly RUTH ANN HICKS Academnc And all clever people are good JERRY HILL General Changes no m kmd but m degree JAMES VERNON HOTTES General he How IS It you woo and you wm f 4 C DENNIS HOOVER General Emcher The promise of my years once written on my brow? , f I ,ww W f f A ' ,4,,I,,.1.! -fe HELEN C. HOWARD Academic 724-l'2r "Is not true leisure, one with true toil?" EL mmercial ,MQ-f "Assist' u a in com- i own I wi shift for HMM! MILDRED HOWARD Commercial You stand in your light PEGGY HOWARD Commercial Priceless as a pearl RICHARD HUFFMAN General OWII 'Fr , 135' , me 'f " C , 1 ,X SIA 'If 4, 'G' if' was get if as With deep offectibn I of vp ten think of l iii Q J 20 1 f ROBERT HUNT ff Commercial "So didst thou travel on Iite's common way." Qswfll 'f"6"2fl' 1 1 ,253 STMART HUNT ' Xu. , General "With his hounds and horn in the or 'n ." AJ' A l WAYNE JACKSON Academic All untamed and wild wing 5,90 Aw f S, 35, Za Jw- BETTY JEAN JONES Commercial But Heaven be thanked' I lived not in those blessed days of old J EAN JORDON Academic Youth is a blunder man hood a struggle' 4-Z 'JOM 24 fl NANCY KAHL Academic "Music is the thing of the world thot l love most." :JJ Q K ' I FRANK KAUFMAN 'A TQ M 6 r Acodemnc Let the world slide Let the world go MARGU E idzljyj' hy v ets of soft hour ca g a sunbeams r y Qwum ' I CAROL Stitch! and MW f-fs.,-N FERNE KING RW'- Cengerlcs TJ, 9 1, vi' et In o tronfe of sh mg golden hour QA' MARY KISER Yowe- Academuc Luke the sweetheart of the X' sun gxuwlwn XNJOSA CML gba fl DONALD KE BA LLOYD KOONTZ General Tad' Acodemac e the ho rs? gon Wink I am o very humble per WX DARWYN KELLY Academnc Ms, 137' N., JOYCE KNUDSEN Acodemuc Me"'Y 05 'he JUY '5 l0"9 There s o hope for every 4 1 D I f 4552-'Le word' J - J f , LXC - L ,che 1' Q. hx M - Lg' bkhtilbx H . I A A - -0' ' .. l u ' . ,, X IP l ., x, V ' " -C ? , 14 - K ,QW f A E ' I 3 Fm fs- g ' sb- ll - I ot t 1 .ll 1-YM. Sf' if U . 'L -- I' ' r 'pf' f . 'x L -.4 wwflfylyf A - L, QQ. 13511, " u do th ll ,fl I. A " , - nfl! S U H 3, A .H - Y v fe ' L I V N hz 'e . 'lla ' f 5 y O' I 4 f 7 X L f K -2 5 1 4 . gg ' 4- - J- ,,, . ' U v u F- H , . .ip . 'x ,, -KX--, H 1 X ' 1 E X' ' .41 L T3 . s Jul: ll' - s1:.,. 'L ' L ,.:: I ff ' X , A' .. 'Mil' A .A , - 4 -' gli A J' 7 ., eff! y g g ! ,X . 11'-v .L ,f 1.4 Y . , Q! , Y J! A N' 21 'N ff- kf , . C47 ,gl-14 .11 Y' f 14642 Yuxew T DORIS LAWRENCE WILLARD LEE Academnc General 42 A' As glowmg as the gum No never say anythmg mer wnthout you re compelled T 2 BETTY LEACH MURIEL LEHMANN HECKMW General General Q3 The sum of e b Q, can gve lewis M me RMK DOROTHY LEAF EFFIE LEI-AND Academac Academic There rs a snlenee where V, Blue eyes of the fames of hath been no sound o '2:fv..vlCd-'JNQYD '50 A qafwqiq NA. DOROTHY LEONHARDT General Gommercual I ll turn over a new ea vw I meant to do my work 2312 MARTHA LEE GEORGE LElTZf Academic .Q Acodemlc what G Mme! pf- A gentleman to match the Thgqflonl an best of any pedigree Ll T wal I' 22 li j L! ' v K' ll n '1 ll 0 . ,7 Y' 1 . I I .ll , 9 W to." A ff f 1 jp 'g '-S V x H Q L' ' u ' ' 4, z - 'A Ill i ee I ' K 'lr' ' K Q y ff' ,Q A , E Er' A ld." 1 .' A , 'ff D XX l IJ, BETTY LEE . .X -'TX lf ' X .XXWH V V' , l ,hx .v-- 1- .M . u 1 I fun "" " . 4 H ki, ' vw .uv fl 1 M!! . . N. 4 YK 3 2 .,,J.,. 5 " Q T'. . - -of TL Lf' 'if " . ,, ' .b , of - ' Www ' T A OD Atalldllllvw iff J CTL. .5 dxf X, T dlp' fu 41 ' lj Q' fp! A L s-9' l k x A THERESA LINDSAY ,Q-Q 9 Academnc And I feel that I am hap pier than I know RAYMOND LITTLETON General Trlfles make the sum of I e M '05WtdDM,,, gl?fW'MM,,4 CL BESSIE MCDOUGALL Gommercual What wusdom can you fund that ns greater than kmdness7 EVELYN MCLEAN Gommercaal Lake a sunbeam swift and bnght Zi.-I vi! WJ Maj ,fin-wi 'ff' JAMESX LOUGH RA General Ja, V A"2I.fff ee gun ty of stupidrty LEAINNE LYNQH Govan ecretarlal Large streams from Ilttle fountains flow Tall oaks from Ilttle acorns grow CURTIS MCCABE General There have I as many mandens as fmgerg on thus hand' PAULA MARTIN General To wm that wonder of the world a smlle from her brnght eyes VIRGINIA LEE MASON General Heres to the frlend we can trust when storms of adversity low 4 RICHARD MASON Academnc Them that asks no ques tuons msn t told a he eiggft BETTY LEE MAST Ar hey Commercnal A warm charm of gra cuousness made sweet her smile and tone K N 'vu RGFGPY-M79c'9E 7 Ffgdemnc And thus the sweet spmt that doth full the world KATHERINE MIENL Commercial Was this the face that launched a thousand shnps JOYCE MERRYMAN General Popularity? It ns glorys small change BETTY METZGER T ETT Commercral Blue were her eyes as the fairy ploy her cheeks luke the dawn of day A 'W 'E '36 ""'7' 'P STEVE MICHALOS Academnc 5 1 To malds and lads I sung fd,LQfn!2ff4 jfiu 5' VIRGINIA MIECYKOWSKI General She s always good natur d good humord and ree V4- ALBERT MILLER General O Youth! wnth sang and laughter go not so Ilghtly by 'X OROTHY MILLER. Academnc The cause of eve gal lants slgh and the Ieadln star of every eye JOYCE MILLER Chl-evxKeI' Aca emnc True as the needle to the pole and as the dafl to the sun X gf, VIRGINIA NAYLOR Commercial "Peace with honor." .MQW -, flfvjqlifxlwv-'X WILLIAM NICHOLSON .Z Academic - "A kindly heart and Iiam." ' 4 WG ff WX 1 VIRGINIA NICKLE Commercial The silent soul doth most abound un care BENJAMIN NORVELL General Good to be merry and WISE 96 fa, 7 wwf 44,1 ffM"?Z".1f4' DONALD NORTON General You see they have fntted hum to a T M if f ll 0 ' ll ll ' ll . 0 I Y I ,f ll 0 0 I I ll .f f If 14 ,ff diff f 1 ,f ff I iff 'via JA X 1 I f 'ff 4 -f' ,A Q I ,, V ,duff X ,AX fl f 1-'Nl DENNIS O CONNOR General Sllence when nothlng need be sand as the elo quence ot duscretuon 4 NOAH OFFUTT Acodemnc Llfes more amuslng than we thought I W ff-1.1 LENORE PATTERSON HH!-L Acodemnc Because of you we wnll be glad and gay BETTY PAZERAS Commercnol Sllence as deep as etern RUTH PEARCE General A soul ot ture a tender heart 17? K0 "E-f""" AQ! -'ft rf' Nl 26 rf fr iff? f ff JEAN PEELINC Commercial The charm that lovers seek ln the clear eyes and blush mg cheek BENJAMIN PERR W Acodemlc Shall ve aught that us far sarth WMX MARY PICMAN Cenerol For clear to me as Ilght and lufe Was my sweet Highland Mary HARRIET PLACK 7 Commerclol Loveth that ever soft vonce entle and low Q4 '-M .Af -a.,..lu41V 07 QLJ Ixyflf RICHARD POLLEY C-enero! Llttle sald IS soon amended I 1 ANNA MAE POPP -JIE'6'ERTr Commercnal And always have a smll mg face and never sulk for anythr If 'V BETTY PORSCH Commercnol I am not argumg with you I am telling you FLORENCE RAAB Commercial Her ways are pleasant and her paths are eace Mfffff ZMMJX JQLIERTHAI 5942152 G-lu.. Comrrfqpflol O sweet calm face thot seems to wear the look of sms forgiven M W T e r m u r e stranded shell as m she smgs HARRY PRECHTAL Accndemnc Must I hold a candle my shames ,J 'rv 'D- -10- 1-v JERRY RANKI N General None cuts dnamond but a diamond EARL RAY Cenerol My wlvusjlnne MJ ,.4fv'4' JEANNE READMOND G 0102 RH Acodemuc Nothing endures"but per sonal ualltle Cl-IkU"' ff NANCY REBER Acodemnc Such a blue inner Ilght from her eyellds outbroke You looked at her ln su Ience and fancied she spoke 2 jaded 'IIQM BETTY RIGNEY Tl THOMAS RYAN Ceneffll ,, R General A merry heart does good Inhnlte nches un a luttle lute meducme' room ,LMA-JAMJWQGR JUNE RUBY LE N RD RYE Commercial lv IVAN' ll fm ,gg General Let us be friends It I Hls limbs were cast who lnvlte you manly mould 'ff' For hardy sports or contest ,iam bo d EUGENE RUEENACQFR H, NELSON SANDERS MA H N fvf CSHCFGI Commercoal I would outstqre the ern A5 good look would have K ff' ,JJ ETHEL RUFF VIRGINIA SATORI l Cgmmerclql W. COITlfT1el'CIOl lN0f1SeCfef0fI0Il Wlthln the midnight of her halr Half hudden nn nts deepest deeps In each cheek appears a pretty dlmple HERMAN RUSS X THEODORE SAUTHOFF 'Xt' General C' General nds with A true fruen ver D ou a'v5j5:dPnr-JI ve ,, truend 28 1 1 l 'X .S x Y " K K l od ' X K 4 . ' ' U J lk' I u - - . . . . . . ,, F 'ff' :M ' H - Us w, . T , ' , Q ., l A ia. X ff! T x - l , T l ' 1 . . K, , , ' ,., li. ll U I o o ' . 1 kv? ll U I ' ' u A 'Yx I ' of C, v b X , A ' gf' X 'Fw 1 ,,.- Z' , l 5 u ' - ip , ' I ,, lp I wv- est eyes." Xp 9' 5 ,QA A M it." X X 4 rf' U - - UV FL f - S ' ' f 1' V! 0 I - -Q X' A f' Y? 5 sm Q v 'll f . if xl lax' 'IT 1p1R 74 L P xx I er f- . ' - 1. I -J SX Rik 3 X' , z1',A"Tk'- - - , -, in ,, . . . . u X Cl ' I . H .R . . . O ll l U, 40 4 M W ' X ., y , 1 ,Jlf - ,.-f l . I , !Q,,w" ffly - -' 'TJ'-, .., ul K' e . . 'qty I R 1, . . a 'Q K . Y .ll I . 8 I .T E I J X K Rv ' 'h . , ,f + A X , '-.K as G 2 ' . 4 ' .1 . l Kg fQ'l'."J+l""g' gilwge' MARY SCH ELLER HAKVZY Academic '- Oh brother the gods were ood to you WILLIAM SCHEDER Commercnal Q- I lNon Secretarnall What we have to learn to do we do by leornmg RAYMOND SCHMALZER General I am not solely led by the nlce durectlon of o mold n s eyes 4. 0' Www ADELE SCHMIDT Academic T -1 Beauty rs the gift of God ARNOLD SCHLINKE D :VI X J fX,,J'N CECIL SCOTT OFFQTT Academxc The red gold cataroci' ot her streomlng hour ANNA SHANAHAN General Be sllent and safe sulence never betrays you W JANE SHORE So Mig General Tw QW f The hand that mode you four hath made you good C50 A65 ECKELLS Aca work which give! vor to hfe MERYL SIRKIN Commercial 5 Q Accdemlc He blushes all ns well Nothung happens unless 5 1 29 Bm ffm D OOD SITES 5 -AIC I7 I ce mokfl nerol 3 Ye have heard of the pa hence of Job PHYLLIS SMITH Commercial nv Whatever as worth domg at all ns worth domg well qw. muff ,fi Jfx RICHARD SMITH Academic .4 ., So sweet the blush of bash ulness N! A I I "' W M my 'Cnr wg ' X Q, W M 5 afiffii enerol jf' Vfrpillklhgll dd WILMER SMITH Acodemlc 9. 4' The smnth hath always a spark ln has throat Md. I I 30 MIKE SMITHWICK Acodemnc A horse' a horse' m Kmgdom for a horse' Wvv-Ju N' E SOURIS Academic The secret of the universe as by slow degrees at reveals Itself to us turns out to be personality GEORGE SPEER Acodemuc not be a e a soft snq oo MAD INE XSPARENBERC PWD Acc e smlllnt at won t come 0 ROY STAPF Acodemnc Wlltwhou ave music? If fl I T7 I' VX . 1 I . 0 . I . c ' r I Q I ' ,,' ' -'K' " - - y . Q M - .J 1 L , bn., J s.-. , X 1' . - ra. Q45 'I ' I ' l . v -TXYKJ 'J JT!-Tk-rklxx -I -ll X : X t I I Q I I M. H ,C f, M ' -' na ,lr V, X. ll - xi? 0 p W llllu d I ww , u .11 J at i ,and ye f I. ' I "V-'ZW I 'A . -JI' ex all xp, MS 6 ,iw c -ff , 1' Q,-ar, GV F 4, -we 0 32822 . ,gy , -, A le" f' "'. , Q I P: 'gif ff: R II, Q1 I I FSI 1-1 , ff if 'J' w' IVY W S . , I I I ' - 1 W II Y U' 29 ' Il. I e . i I I 0 t"" uw I -XJ JL I M I , ln." 4 ,J I I wx X xxx X, .X IJ I I .il I X X . 1 z h u - II.. I A is u - X I .H . . ,, 'fn ' , . fx iff I A I 1 ij, 1 U I A ff 41 " TL fb' "M JVM 1140 MARY STEWART Cie-neral "And therefore like herself wise, fair, and true." MT7, 'H I . L. DORIS STINEFELT .' Academic .j "And no conceit of bril- liance." r if GQ- BETTY STROH .STAHJSS Commercial Fair and sat ly oes tar B ETTY STON E Academic Here lived the soul en QEZ7' chanted by the melody of QN 'gBWW WILLARD STRACK ,Cf-V.l'lCl' Academic m All I know is just what I read uqythe papers fr, li 3l I fo . BETTY STREETT LAWRENCL Commercial "Always leave them laugh- ing when you say good- bye." rare as man self-pity." I KE YSTAC- Inger n eve T' RUTH SUTTON POFF Commercial Sings like a lark ROBB TAYLOR Academic And still they gazed and still the wonder grew That one small head could carry all he knew Qzfff A7 xfffl if ff! TEDDY TAYLOR General Sllence as the most per fect expresslon of scorn BOSLEY TAWNEY General A peck of troubles """9'L -2 W "t3f'v'1- .fv 5249 MAR4 TOM .SCI-i'E.lDT' Academuc F-v Kmdness as large and plam as a prame wand .J KATHRYN TRIVETTE Commercaal My heart IS truq as steel 1 f CARLYN UPP fl A Q Commercial , A A lr ,qualify that mar- ' J f' el' I- . fx' 11,1 1" W i , 1 SX 3 K v-" 'K IQ fix 1 If ,p Lf, L ON VANIK Academuc He thmks luke a phllos opher and acts lake lung HE EN VENNES Mc at-CM Aca emnc bes h serves ostr- VERNA VITRANO Commercnal She was ever precise ln promise keepmg ANN WALLACE R1Q,HA R D5 Academic I tell you I am none of these but homesick unto death A, r ELLEN WALTERSX Commercial Its good to be merry and wrse ML Yfjjjy MW V R W VIII-I-5 w ys and tant 'N I1 3 RUTHERFORD WATTS 1 0 Acodemuc Born with the grft laughter and the sense that the world as free BARBARA WESTERMAN Acodemnc The best of h alers good chee of uf' fi JV ffyf JOHN WESTERMAN Acodemnc My heart IS worm with the frrends I make KJV 5115! MAURICE WEYFORTH General Remember thus very Irttle ns needed to make o happy r e . A ANNA WHEAT Commercuol I laughed trll I crred JAMES WH EATLEY Acodemnc Farthtul unselflsh trent IS the wfd SYLVIA WHEELER Commercial Muslc rs my ram rt an y only ne!! M f 1' TH EI. MA WHIPPO Commercuol To tell you the truth BEVERLY WHITE Commercial In return for her services treatment most kind Y jf-.P l ,I ' f V 1-Aj fl' PATRICIA WHITE Academnc And the kmdest fnend IS often the hnest In the end f'iii'?H W Four s mme eyes be tru ELIZABETH WHITNEY ACOdemIC Gemus IS 99W perspnra tlon and IW: t L. 312' C 4' 1 EDGAR WILHELM AcademIc Let em laugh at my note books ff A fffif 1' SHIRLEY WILLIAMS PLRRY Commercial , lm just as' bug for nye she sand as you are bag for you I EDWARD WILSON Acodemuc I never met a mon didnt luke GEORGE WIRTZ General Keep commg back for all they ve got and take wlth a grm Q yi'-' J W yyiw ANNE WOOD AcademIc Hardly one sultor turned from the door than another appears z WIS' id W3 Lx S... MARY WYATT AcademIc1 D battle fnendsf oftenugno-Ye g reat fndhds K I ALICE ANN YEARLEY-JN DE Academic y I have done my lever Trled to doxlb- just and rnght I f W 1 P Cwgiwg Wfwydwf' FJ f' mmnnnfraxm ifwfifbari 3f0mmf31g5Il.?7.U H MT mzkmom 1121 same bf' Q3 ffII'!1Z1JI1UTl ifzai QM hellniw narrligiw im 6 Qfft! 'fgxns-f11iI1's F, 1 1 was 53303 fwgdfcgen ,,, 0 c Wo gwwonnnf . ,N Jr 5 ' ,ul ,f . I 1 i I I" 'I 1 rv! fy I 4 - ' 2- le ' , ,X fjy. , M I fl Spb an 2,0 Mf V, -" t K, 'N BETTY YOUNCbo-' a 1 3, Cenefol be houmed be' f "Patience is the best rem- u have not great 9' edyif' ww' xf' V' . . wil 4 4I ' A N U , , ,' ., 1 A 4 '- A A A 5 Cf' 4 f" ' an d 1 1 P Wh il, V Y Qffivv - 'T T - f" .v:-1 ,Q M A i .iff ' A K N V . '41 A g' 'ill' , 6 A A 7 f M , ,V A . y ff , . if ' .4 fx 5 - Most cdkxve I Most AKXQLER A' A. 9 if To Succeed D' M :men R. c EARLEY OUTSTANDING SENIORS ELECTED BY THE MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 'I 947 ses' ng6's D4 MA N 3 - ' C P3 J 3' '- if Fx I M I W gef' Cl, 17 fy 6 3 Best Athletes a Ae"0,e B. CASSEN S ' Lv 'ed J. HOTTES C O00 Dye? ,X , 95" K3Xg'vX-Q4 li 04, NN 4 77, 5" gs 9580 325 iovxhgl 6 I NL M ? IHIIVJI ' Aw iff V7 01 jk!! 'f ,l. .. 'I ,.'A!ly!fnfj , I X I 1' II Ii umloz 670111 Lgfficsu President . . I I ANDREW BUNCE Vice-President EE , ,, I MARY LEWIS Secretary A, .. . E CAROL LEE CHARSHEE Treasurer ,,.EEE VIRGINIA STAPF 38 B ttitivf F uranium ADAM TROSKI knower of the past present and future tell us all tell the mughty Junuors all that IS revealed to you There us a fog lf you cross my palm wuth sulver thus haze would disappear Ha yes l see somethung now l seem to see a large group of chuldren theur eyes have a bewuldered look as uf lost un an enturely duf ferent envuronment Who are they? They re the Freshmen of Towson l944 l see them slavung away doung everythung assugned them Oh those poor Freshmen' Now a lught us revealed to me After a summer of recuperatung our fruends have come back agaun to Towson Hugh but wuth a dufferent slant on lufe They are no longer Freshmen but Sophomores' No longer must they stand the unsultung remarks from theur superuors Thus year they are a step hugher on theur way to almughtuness Just a munute now my crystal ball us turnung cloudy H begunnung to clear up agaun The scene changes lt us Sprung and electuons are the talk of the school Busy as bees I see the sophustucated Sophomores buzzung over theur campaugns I see after numerous mux ups the characters on the opposute page worked theur ways unto the channel of Junuor Class offucers Shorty Uack son that us 7 zoomed to the top of the ladder as T A A Presudent Happy carefree days they were for now I see stacks of books over whuch uttle noses and eyes appear Struvung away for exustence Home homework us all these souls can utter The future tells me for t cheer up for the worse has yet to come next year you wull be en o Phyllus Santuago Sandy s Pepsodent smule Blanche Shupley s golden vouce Janet Street Maune Shurley Rufenacht Our 4 H wunner 74 Vurgunua Stapfs wunnung smule Rachel Smuth The Astrology gal Vurgunua Shanklun pretty and shy Louus Ruppersberger Boum Baum of Junuo Class Sylvua Sourus the gal wuth laughung face Betty Smuth Swonderfull Penny Meggunus Chuc a a Chuc a Chuc a Anne Nolands beamung personaluty Betty Randall our future Jose lturbu Bob Patterson smooth dancer Arthur Reusz walkung encyclopedua Mary Lewus Hochschuld s pet Coy Thomas U S Molotov George Waxters pompador Mary Lee Thume Vogue representatuve Toots Wulhelm Blonde Bombshell Pussy Wunter s red hot sweater Januce Wutts toe dancer lrus Zummerman all round pal Carol Charshee our vuvacuous brunette Olympua Apostal Brown eyed beauty Sue Brewer our own luttle grandma Joan Dudley Quuz Kud Pat Funney Future Model Barbara Burkhardt study antucs Donna Barnes future gym teacher Andy Bunce Our ruler 32 Bob Gulland curly 'sv ' , ' ' T Q - ar as o ," ' u . i l T 1. ' - - f - 56 5. T T T T T T T Q - - 11 ll 8. ' - - ' r lO. ' - . 3 H. , . - . - - . - T - l2. ' ' ' l3. - - ' l4. - l5. ' - ' ' l6. ' - ' ' l7. - . . l8. ' l9. - ' 20. ' - 2l. ' ' 22. ' ' - 23. ' ' - 24. - ' ' 25. ' - 26. - ' 27. - ' ' 28. ' - 29. - ' 30. - 3l. - X President BOB REYNOLDS Vice President TED WILSON Secretary MARCIE FINNEY Treasurer BILL McDOWELL HERE dwells in the land of the Towsonites the noble and illustrious tribe the Sophomores led by their great chief Bob Reynolds usually has his nose deep in a chemistry book figuring out a way to produce bigger and better smoke signals. One day Big Chief Reynolds Little Chief Wilson Scribe-of-the-Tribe Mo Finney and Bill McDowell Wampum collector held a conference to plan heap important pow-wow. Tribesmen came from lands far and near fll-A ll-B etc.l to attend this the biggest event of many moons. Big pow-wow was great success. Bill Wilson took part of what paleface would call emcee and announced entertainment which was provided. McCarl Roberts performed feats of great mystery and Anita Cesky did popular tribal dance. Two squaws with tops like the carrot Eve Miller and Marilyn Pisani sang songs which made braves give out with one wow of a war whoop. Chief Reynolds Ruth Hall Jimmy Peeling Skip Moring and Margaret Neyen entertained tribe by rnuch funny stuff. Joe Winters Cordon Puryear Johnnie MacDonald and Robert Rutschaw dished out hot dogs at heap big feast that followed. After pow-wow great and glorious Sophomore tribe returned to normal life. Carolyn Clark Vera Fischer .lo Vitrano Terry Holler Bill Hartje Pootsie McClure John McWilliams Kenneth Klatt and Cordon Puryear returned to their sports, Joyce Price went back to her singing Anne Hennen to her chewing gum Nancy Washburn to her sailboat Pat Cas- siday and Mar Kemp to their clothes designing and Edward Ellinger to doing a slow drool over Cierry Colestock. Antoinette C-enco took up her giggling Kitty Ringgold continued being coy And so they live on in peace and contentment the mightiest tribe of all in the land of the Towsonites the Sophomores. WAHOOW ,B 1 l -:tab nom me are Biittlgomofes xl 4 if Bob's assistant,'Ted, Long-Wing'Wilson, when not aiding fhe all-powerfuly l I I I I ' Q us man I su-as wlfiiews was P I President TOM CAHILL Vlce Presudent FRANCIS WEIRS Secretary Treasurer JOHNNA CROCKETT Good thungs come un small packages If such holds true the class of l95O wull be outstandung Compc ed to the other classes un the school ut us quute small havung fufty one members Thus sutuatuon us due to the fact that an eughth grade us beung put unto the school system for the furst tume The members of thus class are maunly those who have attended eughth grade un other schools Thus class has the dustunctuon of beung the last Freshman class as from now on ut wull be termed nunth grade and be a part of the uunuor hugh school The Freshmen are pruvuleged to have an Englush gurl as a classmate Annabelle Ingram from Falmouth England There are several talented members of homeroom I whuch us the only Freshman homeroom Patsy Edwards us a buddung balleruna who hopes to attaun fame as a professuonal dancer Jum Wunes who on the sude has a possuon for recutung Shakes peare us the artust of the class He tned for second place un the P T A Chrustmas Cover Contest The class us very sports munded havung had untra mural soccer softball and basketball teams Blaur Cross and .lack Swarm have served as man agers for the teams Although the class us small, ut us capable of doung many thungs and already the members are workung for a bugger and better Towson 4l N , X: 1 My I u -: :T K lj! 5 . 73 I Q , 52, An, I , -7 wlf , A -f 9 . u if Il ' ' ll - . . . 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'ne what fhou oven." --:PIN 5 Gerber Vonik Virrono Kelly Brown od urg MCL urfOl7 4 7 Coker eon Peeling B STUDENT C O "He lvlf UNCIL o counsels ' ., ., Tx SAFE Ill ' TY C will I' OUNCIL ry confusions 3'-.J -1 , 1 CCY, X with lr , olds. " ilh LXSMP-H of QNX 001 K Abe." Sukkeso 066 'Y A e badge Ks kk x ARES N' cvxvl mo r-.v.secv.e1 " ls Ywhe work, o Yx6Xe 9Xo1 .,,f' ScX'1XknY-e X4eXbougYw Levixs 48 'l eodei Sn'fxKYN C0664 5 anne-4 vXeXXmonn BOB?-D OF ELEC 'on to pobhe :Mice we dass or rank." 1 KORS comin! 81 Xu eXeeh neithev u ISV. 3 "B" CRY-'N "W ark Yxke the Kndosukous bee c VX f LU Barre tt K elbough Reilly Wynn DILETTANTE C 'ZH' is P- 'Nhese CFYEX-LF CBOXK muixc :N eXXs Ymgedngw ." B N49 ask, makers." e are the nu Cresv4eXX Enqemon ek: e GWAJS CMO?-US seq tone ks qmxixcfs owl Sourxe. Kopp Psshe NN 'ms GL en I open fb f EE' CLUB my li ple SfrQCk Chesney Wheoffy Micholos CREW a meal with f e .1 petite he sin CA FETERIA rofh fl! , X JA X f, . 1 It . ,,J I , uf, ,, .f ' 1' i,.lr -. . ff X -4- 5909 BOBBY CA-X55 vXosYwoNX R10 1, 7 'Xexl Rx XN0XKer .1 ' Z A work. G A C011 6 so? 506 PRO "X obseweb sondfi JECTXON CREW "TM eq es sh ok be thy Xu Age . chokn H1 0 svotx an hom womb beoubfs RED C?-OSS CLUB LEWKS Nme Xiokn Bones 52 lv "He-:Xp oi ony! Mag o eodhf' s 'o 1 Sfurgfk VA RSI TY CHE ERLE ADER V S I , I J I 1 T ' "Make 9004 Play and cheer." JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS vii ' - H25 ' 1" X 'E-. A iff., 1- .,,. ll .- ,1 . . 1 , 1 fhf . .vty A , X , . 2 ,4 .,' f2 1gvt e k ' Y ' ' ' ' 52' 4, kffqf' . 'vw 'K' ,L ' C 'vw' ' 1' mall cheer and greaf welcome Cl r xglfeu 9 ay for foiL hour for :po H. Il Po trerson .lo es f7 Wolfe Nonz Jackson Hellmonn Edmonds Gerdlhg HH ere in our lib LIBRAR Y rary we sif. CL UB FRE NCB CLUB Wyoxx Bunce F vonv. JeXXkm 'Loccent du pays ou Von est ne demeuve dons Vesprit et dons Xe coeur, comme dans Xe Xongogef' Watts McC,obe Nxekd NUC CLUB DY- P-M "The pw-4'f. me time-" Robens T une Myers Hake: Nokm Ho-Lord arm Of! GARDEN CLUB Xotge r gud ko: o ee6." 001 Hue: s en but Rot Sw NN ms 54 ns "We ask SCXENCE CLUB nf my st imuhkkng I I e is vo motion. eienc imog KO! BB Xwfs TEAM VOLLEY BM-L "0yer me ned" Edmonds, Xdoher, Heh- nd Wyoxx, Xddefcooch, ConXey, monn, Hess, Keder, Pseodmo , Wynne, Yeodey, Von Dyke, Shore, Heh, NNoXke, Hehe, Bonney, Washburn Lockwood. 'TSMI- S0 TBALL e domes Out Cossen, Crump Hopkxns, iw. Q Booke, Benxon, Coperno, Froncks, C-AscheX, Hemng, Kopp, Lord, Mouse, McC,Xore, Mkher, Sorkork, Smkth, Souns, Svlonk, Tnve, Nlktrono, Word, Wknter. BASKETBALL TEAM "Through the hoop!" BehXmerfCooch, Bornes, Cossen, Copp, Ed- monds, Xdehmon, Herrkng, Bonney, Kkser, Reodmond, Smhh, Soons, Wan- fm, Yeodey, lkmmermon. P BehXmerfcooch, Booke, Barnes, Cossen, Edmonds, Hehmon, Xdevnng, Smnh, Sourks, Wyokk, Yeodey. HOCKEY TEAM we have won the "We ore the Josons Reece. ters, Wy VOLLEYBALL One of the most promlsung teams produced at Towson as always nts out standing volleyball team Wuth Mlss Helen Hale as coach the team last year narrowly mlssed the championship at the loss of two ponnts to Catons vnlle Our present team has been ably supported by a lorge portuon of last year s varsity so better results were evudent wnth the choosmg ofthe team SOFTBALL Wnth almost an entnre squad returnung Towson looks forward to a suc cessful softball season Trymg for the champnonshlp and earnestly hopnng to at least move forward from a long held thlrd place an the league our gals are determined to wan VARSITY BASKETBALL For the second year Towson s gal cagers rounded out a successful year Defeating other teams by large margms Towson went to the end of the schedule wlth no league losses defeatnng Catonsvllle nn a 32 28 thrnller ln the funal game of league competntlon Towson dropped a heart breaker to Kenwood 33 28 Season scormg honors went to Betty Cassen wnth l87 followed by Donna Barces wuth 98 and Rachel Smuth wuth 80 points Excellent defense was given by our guards Joanne Sourns Aluce Ann Yearley and Frances Baake The gals were a hard fnghtnng team and thenr record certainly proves nt HOCKEY TEAM MARYLAND STATE CHAMPS For the first tame nn Towson Hugh s hustory our hockey team won the County champaonshlp defeatung Catonsvulle 20 for the title and tying Kenwood the former champs who tallned the only point scored agaunst our gals In league competltuon Jeanne Readmond scored our goal against Kenwood On November l9 fmols nn state hockey competntnon were held at State Teachers College Led by Abbue Herring captam who scored the fnrst goal Betty Cassen who racked up three goals and Rachel Smnth who accounted for two goals our Lady Cenerals crushed Frederlck High 6 O wnnnnng the State Champuonshnp IH the furst year of competltuon for such a tntle An almost scoreless defense was put up by Vurglnla Hellmann Charlotte Janney Mary Kaser Alice Yearley Donna Barnes Mary Wyatt Joanne Sourls and Pussy Winters The remammg forwards Bettne Ed monds and Kay Kopp played equally well 57 - 1 , . . . . I . I - 4 1 ' 1 I I I ' . I - I T . 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 - - I I . . . . , . I - 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 I 1 1 I Q 1 1 - 1 ' , . .,.. ,JV ,, V' -' ,L f , r ' , 4 ff 1 LACROSSE rum f 4 of 1' N "Ole blood and guts." ,f r gf' S! J 1 if 2 '16 if I 2 I ' Top-flfleineman, German, Casagrande, Gerd- Kng, Coclcey, MdDOnald, Folger, Clatt, Harvey, Thomas, Thomas. Middleffloach Leslie, manager Wine, Nor- vell, Braun, Schlinkle, Ault, Ruarlc, Speer, Smkth. BottomfDoyle, Cornell, Mason, Kelley, Franke, Norton, Taylor, Brown, Clark. ,. , SOCCER TEAM - "Vie have not spolnejas yet of torch bearers." V I W ,f W "- 'fue 'I , ' , , .. s ,,, ,Qs ,, E 5 Topfllrlcullen, coach, lrleineman, Dketzel, 'Q ,'- I I ' :- Kelbaugh Kelley Lee McWkllkams dr " 'A ' Ml M Q I A 1 1 1 1 ,,, ,,. , ,m,,,5,, I, Taylor, manager. A , 5, ' WN 'ATN 1 I ' -- 0' TT .. C-enterfC,otlell, MclCen1.le, Doyle, Norton, , A, , T -39 'J f' A , Q Geelhaar, Wirtz. 95-4 U S' QW, . R ' 'WN , ' F F 'X f.'l7',ffQN Botfornf'l'weed, Speer, Hottes, Barrett, U 5 A Ula Yf h NW f Gerding, Towney. M ' A A ' l L ,vu ' 'fit ' .. N Q , ' . W , ' 5 . s r, QQ ff., 'S -, g-we , 'f 'N' . BASKETBALL rem. ' E ' V ., W "A " s "We have not made good preparation." Topfllkssel, Patterson, Koala, Ruark, Doyle, Hottes, Gerdkng, manager. :OWN Botfornffverber, Speer, Norton, Kelbaugh, Kelley, Wolfe, Ranlcln, Fraser. BASEBALL TEAM "a hit, a palpable hit!" lzer lrlottes, Cheno lt, 'l'opfWlrtz, Bull, Schma , with, Blucher, Gerber, Ryan, Be Middle f Freudenberger f coach, Glauber, Littleton, MCC-rowan, Norrls, MclCen1ie, Koala, Dietlel, Wright, McWilliams, Cotlell, Batlorrlflrlottrnan, Ayers, Blacher, Perry, Geelhaar. Sheclcells, LACROSSE Wnth veteran players of the previous year such as Dee Kelly Duck Mason and Johnny Clark the lacrosse team worked hard to shape up a team Under the dnrectlon of a new coach Bug Jnrn Leslne who has re turned to Towson after several years absence the boys underwent untenslve practnce to produce a team whnch proves that rn spate of handicaps nn pre cedang years Towson ns capable of turnlng ln a commendable lacrosse season SOCCER Under the dlrectlon of Coach Ed Knlcullen the soccer team s season ended with three tres flve losses and a wrn There wer only a few expert enced players who returned to the fueld thls year these were Dee Kelly J Hottes and a couple others Th basketball team encountered too many dnffncultnes to overcome for a successful season Lackung helght and expernence they got off to a rather slow start which was followed by loss of the only experienced center a change of coaches nn January and loss of two players through lnelegubnluty Despite these handncaps the fans found an exceptionally scrappy team In actlon with the maloruty of games decnded by a very small margnn an the score BASEBALL The Splnnter Sllngers had back wnth them thus year C Sheckells J Hottes and putchers Ray Smalzer and Roy Dentzel In the sprung heat the fellows fought hard for thelr school s name thus creatnng a great deal of mterest among the students Under the coachung of Mr Freudenberger the team tackled all the county teams wuth the same determlnatnon that has made them champions before The turnout of players promuses expenenced teams to follow 59 - - 11 11 1 1 1 1 . . ,, . . ,, . 1 I - , . . 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