Towson High School - Sidelights Yearbook (Towson, MD)
- Class of 1952
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FOREWORD . .
FACULTY . .
SCHOOL LIFE .
The footsteps that cross these pages will always be for us, the
class of 1952, symbols of the friendships and the accomplishments that
have attended our progress through Towson High School. To this
ideal of progress we dedicate our yearbook.
We have walked the pathways of school life sometimes gaily, some-
times seriously, following in the footsteps of those who went before us
and established the Towson traditions and the Towson spirit.
Our steps were uided b
g y our associates in the faculty and the ad-
ministration, by our elected class officers, and by our school leaders.
We have benefited by following the footsteps and we hope that we
in turn have formed paths to guide others in their journey toward knowl-
edge and the good life.
Mr. W. Horace Wheeler, principal of Towson High School since
1945, is well known for his youthful spirit and keen sense of humor.
Through his sincerity, his interest in each individual and his desire
that each should reach the highest attainments possible, he has shown
his ability as a leader and administrator.
Mr. Wheeler has made a secure place for himself in the heart and
mind of each student.
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Miss R. Louise Balls serves as vice-principal of
Towson. Her duties are numerous and her un-
derstanding sincere. In handling the discipli-
nary problems of the school, Miss Balls has
shown her graciousness, poise and patience.
This year Mr. Austin Bittle has become a full-
time member of the administrative staff, taking
care of all the school's supplies and the many
odd administrative jobs which must be done.
Miss Ruth Wack and Mr. James Leslie are
able and understanding counselors of the guid-
ance department, ever-ready to help with stu-
dents' problems and post-graduate planning.
In the school library Mrs. Sally Clevenger and
Miss Burleigh Kehler ably guide students in the
selection of books and the location of informa-
tion. Mrs. Elizabeth Payne, the nurse, can be
found in the health suite administering to the
Office records, mimeographing and corre-
spondence are efficiently handled by the princi-
pa.l's secretary, Miss Betty Manser, and ofiice
clerks, Miss Shirley Chelton and Mrs. Evelyn
We are very grateful to these important ad-
ministrators of the school for their patient and
Panel l. to YJ Mrs. Clcvenger, librarian 5 Mrs. Harr,
clcrkj Miss Chelton, cle1k,' Miss Manser, secretary:
Mrs. Payne, nurse. Middle: Miss Balls, vicbprinci-
palg Mr. Bittle, administrator. Lower right: Miss
Wack and Mr. Leslie, guidance counselors.
Miss Clarissa Ansley: Music, Glee
Club. Mr. John Baylcy: Drivers Ed-
ucation. Miss Alice Behlmer: Physi-
cal Education. Mr. Martin Bernstein:
Band and Orchestra. Mr. Orville Ber-
Mr. Edward Bogusko: Social Studies,
United Nations Youth. Mr. William
Brennan: Mathematics, Stage Crew.
Mr. Charles Brome: English, Talis-
man. Miss Velma Brown: French
and Latin, Dramatics. Mr. George
Buck: Mathematics and Science.
Mrs. Ruth Collenberg: Physical Ed-
ucation. Miss Rita Cooper: English,
Sidelights. Mrs. Beverly DeHoff:
English and Social Studies fCorej.
Mr. John Deuber: Science, Projection
Crew. Miss Gloria Dobihal: Physical
Mr. Walter Edwards: Industrial Arts.
Mr. Charles Emig: Industrial Arts.
Mr. james Exum: Science. Mrs. Ruth
Gee: Business Education. Miss Rose-
mary Hanley: English and Social
Mr. James Holden: Business Educa-
tion. Mr. Edward Hook: Industrial
Arts. Mr. john Keenan: Industrial
Arts. Miss Burleigh Kehler: Assistant
Librarian. Miss Katherine Klier:
Mrs. Mary Lambros: English. Mr.
James Leslie: Guidance Counselor.
Miss Florence Levitsky: Home Eco-
nomics. Miss Elsie Lewis: Science.
Mr. Harold Lewis: Science, Student
Mrs. Elizabeth Maas: Mathematics.
Miss Margaret Merrick: Social Stud-
ies, Student Court. Miss Jean Miller:
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Miss Ruth Miller: Home Economics.
Mrs. Sue Morris: Dietician. Miss
Jane Murray: Art. Mr, Evan Nar-
donc: Social Studies. Mr. Robert
O'Conner: English, Dramatics 10.
s. Loretta Phillips: English. Miss
Thelma Pyle: Business Education, Bus
Council. Mr. Francis Reber: Physical
Education. Miss Polk Roberts: Sci-
ence. Mr. William Robinson: English
and Social Studies fCorej.
Mr. Melvin Rosenstein: Science. Mrs.
Carey Sentz: Spanish, Sidelights. Miss
Louise Shaffer: Social Studies, Club
Coordinator. Miss Frances Shores:
English and Social Studies fCorej.
Mrs. June Simmons: Home Econom-
Mrs. Evelyn Spurgin: Mathematics.
Miss Grace Sterling: Spanish and
French. Miss Blanche Stevens: Bus-
iness Education, Future Business Lead-
ers of America. Miss Lois Stephens:
Mathematics. Mr. William Thomas:
Miss May Townsend: Social Studies.
Miss Ruth Trevethan: English. Mr.
William Underwood: Social Studies.
Miss Ruth Wack: Guidance Counselor,
Future Teachers of America. Mr.
Randolph Walker: Physical Educa-
tion, Towson Athletic Association.
Mr. Leander Walton: Mathematics
and Science. Mrs. Edith Whiteford:
Business Education. Miss Anne Wood:
English and Social Studies fCorej.
Miss Alice Wyman: English and So-
cial Studies lCore1.
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Our faculty has helped guide our footsteps through four years
of high school life. They have taught us history, languages, the sciences
and the arts, but what is more important, we have learned how to be-
come useful citizens in a modem world.
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P, Peters, B. Chester, S. Bull, and standing, S. Nickle.
Center, A. Van Alstyne checks out books as S. Gerding
A. Truffcr and B. Phipps prepare to distribute them.
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S.G.A.-T.A.A. football game.
Center left, Mrs. E. R. Harrall has an interested audi-
ence for her predictions of the future at the P.T.A.
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team, Collignon, Tippett and Yingling.
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To our teachers who have befriended
and guided us, to the underclassmen who
have trusted us and to our friends whose
loyalty has encouraged us to hold our heads
high while filling the footsteps of Towson
With our heads high we have glimpsed
the future, but we shall never forget the
outstanding past of high school life. We
have had fun and many moments will be
remembered with laughter. Above all we
hope to carry with us through life some
particles of wisdom gained through knowl-
And so a farewell, but we shall be re-
minded again and again in the years to
come - 'cOur strong bonds can ne'er be
broken, Formed at Towson High-".
n memor-iam . .
He is not dead-this friend--not dead,
But in the path we mortals tread
Got some few trifling steps ahead,
And nearer to the endg
So that you, too, once past the bend,
Shall meet again, as face to face, this friend
You fancy dead.
ROBERT Louis STEVENSON
HAROLD D. ISENNOCK
NANCY LEE ADAMS
Board of Elections 3, 45 Sidelights 4.
A Navy rooter from way back . . . competent worker
with little girl eyes and pretty hair.
GEORGE EDWARD ASHE
Cafeteria Crew 2, 3, 43 Sports Club 4.
Powerful track star . . . smiling eyes . . . woodshop pre-
cision worker . . . potential hill-billy singer.
BARBARA ANN BAKER
Dancing Club 3.
A cute nose sprinkled with freckles . . . enjoys ice skating
in season and movies all year.
DONALD CONRAD BAKER
Interested in anything with a motor . . . tall, blond, and
on the quiet side . . . makes a hobby of music.
BARBARA JAYNE BALLARD
Bowling 2g Student Court 2, 43 Sidelights 4.
A merry nature and feminine ways . . . discriminating
clothes sense . . . haunts Drumcastle and Ocean City.
ANDREW SLOAN BARCLAY
Slide Rule Club 3, Radio Club 4g Projection Crew 4.
Friendly, quiet, and modest . . . has a subtle sense of
humor enjoyed by those he knows best,
Lacrosse 2, 35 Studcnt Court 3, 4.
Record collector and "hot rod" driver . . . inate sense
of comedy . . . fun with his fresh naturalness.
Receptionist 2, Auto Maintenance 4.
Simplicity and sincerity are her's . . . reticent . . . fond of
bowling and dancing . . . domestically inclined.
ROBERT MILTON BELL
Glee Club 3, Orchestra 35 Operetta 3, 4.
Has a hearty, booming laugh . . . Godfrey on the uke
enjoys the companionship of happy people.
FRANK STEPHEN BENSON
World Wide Sports 3g Cafeteria Crew 4.
A small package of concentrated energy . . . over-active
sense of humor . . . ardent golf fan.
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GEORGE MONTIETH BENSON
J.V. Cross-country 25 J.V. Baseball 35 S.G.A. 4.
Radiant grin and freckles . . . competent but carefree . . .
indefatigable worker . . . whirlwind line of jokes.
SARAH PIPER BERRY
G.A.L.S. 25 Masquers 23 Talisman 3, 43 Sidc-lights 4.
Gay friendly nature . . . a ready hostess at her club cellar
parties . . . mathematically inclined.
BARBARA ANNE BISHOP
Glee Club 2.
Dainty build and a thoughtful countenance .
creative writing and hill-billy music.
DOROTHY JOAN BISHOP
F.B.L.A. 24 Library Club 3.
Energy plus and a talent for talk . . . flHg'CI
piano key board or office typewriter.
JANET LOUISE BISHOP
J.V. Hockey 3, 45 S.G.A. 3, 44 Youth Board 4.
Ardent school supporter and an able leader . . . talent
and interest in both arts and sports.
HERMAN WALTER BITTNER, JR.
Stage Crew 33 Sidclights 4g Bus Council -l. 5 -
Whiz on roller skates . . . likes t uild d iroads
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WALTER ROBERT BOEHME
Auto Mechanics 35 Wlrestling 3, 4: Drivers Asso. -4.
Devoted to the great outdoors: camping. Hshing, boat
ing . . . terrific tease . . . another "hot rod" fan.
MARGUERITE ANN BOLANDER
Fashion Show 3: Needle and Stitch 4.
Laughter is generously sprinkled throughout her conver-
sations . . . a real efliort to catch the bus every morning.
SALLY JANE BOLDTMAN
J.V. Volleyball 2, 3: G.A.L.S. 4: Talisman fl.
Constant jolly giggles . . , sociable disposition and willowy
appearance . . . an ardent ice hockey fan.
ANNA MAE ISOSLEY
Quiet and efficient . . . has a true interest in her studies
35 . . . looks forward to a domestic future.
DAVID A. BOWERMAN
Auto Mechanics 2, 3, 45 Drivers Asso. 4.
A laughing, eltin, grease-monkey . . . hopes to own a
garage . . . sunny cheerfulness and quiet mannerisms.
NANCY ANN BOWLES
Has a pleasant disposition . . . interested English stu-
dent . . . curious mind and musical talent . . . growing
collection of old song sheets.
GERALD CARL BRABHAM
Sports Club 3.
A Parkville cowboy . . . many moods and teasing ways
. . . a serious future in farming.
GEORGE NELSON BREIDENBAUGH
J.V. Basketball 2, 3g V. Baseball 3, Talisman 3, 4.
Senior Class President . . . A comedian with a crew
cut . . . a mathematical mind . . . future agriculturist.
RICHARD LEE BROMWELL
J. V. Soccer, 3, V. 4, V. Lacrosse 3, 4, Wrestling 4.
Known widely for his dry wit and clean-cut appearance
. . . has an affinity for many sports.
RUTH IRENE BROWN
Originality is the key to her personality . . . ambitious
and conscientious worker . . . carefully considered ideas.
'xg ,X IANEMBURCHARDT
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Agneatsidr uer, ugnhlw seen with paint brush in hand
. . . speakimsmvvlingly of the Hamilton Rec.
. OLIVE LEE BURK
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Gxflfall and ,xpillo . ., u l'1'ollection of miniatures
. . . 36feal.jQ1ntrqil unnybrook.
Bus Council 3, 4, Receptionist 4.
Cheerful smile and pleasant manner . . . enjoys horse-
back riding . . . looks forward to a commercial career.
JANET GEORGIA BUSICK
F.T.A. 2, 35 J.V. Volleyball 2, 3, Sidelights 4. .
Petite and unassuming . . . a smile for everyone . . .
future schoolmarm . . . gift for gab.
LAWRENCE HUGH BYRNE
S.G.A. 2g Stage Crew 4.
Loves to hunt and fish . . . fascinated by guns . . . "hot
rod" driver . . . quite a tease.
ALFORD ROBUS CAREY
T.A.A. 2, 3, 4g V. Lacrosse 3, 4g V. Soccer 3, 4.
A shuffling gait and quizzical expression are his trade-
marks . . . known for skill on the athletic field.
MARGARET KIRKWOOD CARSWELL
Bus Council 45 Photography Club 4.
Always industrious . . . favorite pastime is developing
pictures . . . has an active hand in Senior Scouts.
JEAN WILMA CARTER I
v. Softball 2, 3,4gG.A.L.S. 3. V 5 ' 1 '
Ready with a fast ball or witty remark . . . has profes-
sional softball ambitions . . . a pitcher deluxe.
MARY LYNNE CHESNEY
Bowling 2, 3g Masquers 35 Photography Club 4.
Sky blue eyes . . . Ends dancing and boating to her lik-
ing . . . friendly nature.
Bus Council 3, 4.
A quiet and sincere companion . . . always ready to join
in the fun . . . sports and cinema fan.
DOLORES MARIE CLAYTON
Cafeteria Crew 25 U. N. Y. 25 Art Club 4.
Efficient worker, artistically inclined . . . bangs and specs
. . . Sunday School marm with a winning smile.
GEORGE MARION CLAYTON
Cafeteria Crew 33 Dancing Club 3, 4.
Seems to know history instinctively . . . a good follower,
full of school spirit.
ROLAND EDWARD CLINGMAN
J.V. Baseball 2, 3g J.V. Basketball 35 T.A.A. 4.
Long, lanky fellow . . . considers basketball the greatest
1 game ever . . . popular life guard at Beaver Dam.
' RICHARD CLUSMAN
V. Track 25 Projection Crew 2, 3, 4g Photography Club 4.
A rugged individual . . . uncompromising . . . raises and
shows livestock . . . future with the Merchant Marine.
BETSY LOVE COCKEY
S.G.A. 25 T.A.A. 4g Talisman 45 Sidelights 4.
Easily provoked to laughter . . . without a care in the
world . . . china blue eyes.
WILLIAM EDWARD COLE
Photography Club 35 Drivers Asso. 4g Bachelors Club 4.
A sincere and helpful friend . . . generally willing to
stay seated and let George do it.
DAVID H. COLLIGNON
V. Soccer 3, 45 V. Lacrosse 3, 45 Boys' Chorus 4.
Energetic camper and fisherman . . . his hobby is col-
lecting coins and stamps . . . every penny counts.
ELIZABETH LYNN COLWELL
F.T.A. 3, 4.
Good natured and friendly . . . enjoys skating and danc-
ing . . . may return to California some day.
ADELLA MAY CONNER
Wishbone collector . . . a blend of Baltimore and Buffalo
. . . slow and deliberate in manner . . . consistently gen-
THOMAS DANIEL COONEY
Photography Club 3, 4.
A sense of humor topped by a sensitive temper . . . pow-
erful stride . . . mechanically inclined.
FINTON P. CORDELL
J.V, Lacrosse 2, 3, V. 4g Photography Club 3.
Typical comedian with an outstanding personality . . .
would make a good Maine woodsman.
EMMA LILLIAN COSTA
A reserved, sophisticated air follows Lou . . . calm un-
rufflcd disposition . . . has the poise of a model . . . se-
rene dark eyes.
ELIZABETH BOWMAN COWAN
s.G.A. 2, 3, 4.
Always good natured and dependable . . . S.C.A. all
the way . . . a whiz with knitting needles.
JOANNE ELIZABETH COYLE
S.G.A. 3g Talisman 3, 45 Sidclights 4.
An efffervescent personality and a winning smile . . .
hair that curls rain or shine. 38
J. V. Cross-country 35 V. Track 3, 45 Stage Crew 3, 4.
Active Sea Scout and builder of model railroads . .
often needed by the stage crew during class time.
CLIFFORD LEWIS CULP, JR.
Glee Club 4g Photography Club 4, Operctta 4.
Dresses well . . . pleasant smile . . . finds nature study
fascinating . . . has a fine singing voice.
ANNE JEANETTE CURRENS
Library Club 2, 35 Art Club 4.
Serene and thoughtful with feminine ways . . . emo-
tionally poised . . . someone you ought to meet.
FRED HERMAN CYPULL
j.V. Baseball 2, V. 3, 43 V. Soccer 3, 4.
Smooth dancer and amiable personality . . . always
ready and willing with a smile and a helping hand.
F.T.A. 2, 45 U.N.Y. 3g Masqucrs 3, 4.
Curly hair and blue eyes . . . does her bit for the Teen
Center and Youth Fellowship.
JOHN ALEXANDER DAVIS
Masqucrs 2, 3, -lg Debating Team 3, 41 Oper:-tta 3, 4.
Competent, conhdent and quite frank . . . enjoys the
more cultural forms of entertainment.
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F B L A 3 Cooking Club 4
Dancing brown eyes nice to ltnow understand
ing way with children spends time corresponding
Drivers Asso 4
"hot rods fishing and sailing
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Can eat anything anywhere anytime always
39 the go future television engineer
WILLIAM ORNDORFF DEVILBISS, JR.
Drivers Asso. 4. '
Happy-go-lucky party boy . . . turns a mean corner in
that ear of his.
L ELIZABETH ANNE DEWLIN
V. Volleyball 2, 3, 43 V. Hockey 4g G.A.L.S. 4.
Never misses an ice hockey game . . . an attractive ward-
robe . . . casual as they come.
CATHERINE DOLORES DIEGERT
Glee Club 3, 4g Needle and Stitch 3, 4g Operetta 3, 4.
Statuesque height . . . enjoys anything connected with
music . . . there's no business like show business.
'l if ELEANOR CECIL DIETZ
Nedle and Stich 3, 45 Bowling 3, 4.
o'i't and sweet . . . completely feminine, tiny and doll-
l'li' ,.,. .Wbeautifully sews all her clothes.
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' A ESTELLA MARGARET DILWORTH
F.B.L.A. 3, Auto Maintenance 4.
An accomplished typist and competent stenographer . .
R active in 4-H Club and Youth Fellowship.
EDITH ANN DONNELLY
Bus Council 3, 4.
Deep sincerity . . . the unusual quality of being a good
listener . . . future housewife. Q n
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BETTY RUTH DORN
Board of Elections 2, 3, 43 Needle and Stitch 4.
Active in -Iob's Daughters and Young People's groups
. . . a competent seamstress.
CAROL LEE DUCKWALL 'Q-y
Glee Club 3, 45 Opcretta 3, 45 F.T.A. 3, 4.
A cheerful gal . . . active in the Towson Rec .... hopes
to be a teacher some day.
ROGER C. DUNCAN
Drivers Association 4.
Keen wit and unfailing sense of humor . . . a great sports
lover, especially fishing and hunting.
FERN CECILIA DYSON
A quiet, pleasant girl with auburn colored hair . .
thorough with thimble and thread . . . baseball fan . . .
proficient typist and seamstress.
F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Talisman 3, 4g Bus Council 3, 4.
Works in a quiet, industrious way . . . has beautiful
fingernails . . . teaching is her goal.
S.C.A. 25 F.T.A. 2, 3, Board of Elections 3, 4.
ANET DIANE ECKERS
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Well trained pianist . . . ardent b S ll f rid a
ELAINE MARIE ECSERY
Senior Scout . . . has cute dimple 40 4 '
Masquers 23 Talisman 3, 4, Sidelights 4.
Fascinating eyes and a smooth voice . . . takes part in
all activities . . . Hair for writing.
JOHN SEVERN ELDER
Not a care in the world . . . specializes in bits of humor
. . . loves to tease . . . makes acquaintances easily.
THOMAS MOALE ELDER
J.V. Lacrosse 2, 3, V. 45 Masquers 3, 4, Boys' Chorus 4. -
Active in dramatics and lacrosse . . . enjoys almost every-
thing . . . friendly grin and ruflied, blond hair.
JOHN MILTON ESKRIDGE
Wood Shop Club 3, J.V. Cross-country 3.
Tall and nice looking . . . wonderful dancer . . . inter-
ested in all sports . . . construf ts model railroads.
CARROLL EDWARD ESPOSITE
Stage Crew 3, 4.
Amateur radio operator . . . Junior Assistant Scout Mas-
ter . . . his car all but flies along.
JOHN DOUGLAS FAVORITE
A quiet boy who makes a fine friend . . . thorough and
neat in shop work . . . skilled at furniture designing.
VIVIAN GRACE FAVORITE
te add petite . . . quiet and calm, with sweeping eye-
ashes . . . a whiz on roller skates . . . real movie fan.
FREDERICK PAUL FEDER
J. V. Lacrosse 2, 3, V. 4, Student Court 3, 4, V. Soccer 4.
Friendly, nice-looking fellow . . . an energetic athlete
who has a genuine interest in class activities.
CHARLES MILTON FICK, JR.
Drivers Asso. 4.
Well on his way to seven feet . . . ice-skating, baseball
and swimming are his favorites.
WILLIAM EDWARD FLEISCHMANN
Biology Club 33 Boys' Chorus 4.
Active in scout work . . . likes to study history! . . . a
jovial fellow who enjoys camping.
ELIZABETH JOAN FORD
U.N.Y. 25 F.T.A. 3, Operetta 35 Masquers 2, 3, 4.
Desires to be a second Rubenstein . . . interested in dra-
matics . . . never at a loss for words.
,Ax ALICE ANN FRANCIS
r.B.L.A. 3, 4.
,,f0utside interests center around sports and motorcycles
Wihas a keen wit and a pleasant smile.
WILLIAM MUIR FRANCIS
Projection Crew 2, 3.
Collects match boxes . . . can be found in projection
room and woodshop . . . future movie cameraman.
CAROLYN MAE F RANTZ
Locker Crew 2, 3, 4, Talisman 3, 45 Sidelights 4.
Little, but mighty . . . completely dependable . . . ef-
ficient and neat . . . teaching is her future.
LAURA MARY FRINGER
Beautiful wavy hair . . . devilish as can be . . . always
has an appropriate, witty remark.
NANCY LEE FUNK
Fashion Show 2, 35 Art Club 35 U.N.Y. 4.
A little girl with energy plus . . . known for her sewing
skill . r. extremely optomistic.
It 'M IOAN CARLENE GAGLIANO
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Bus ouniil 2 D Ta.Iisman4
IA allNgiHgyifi1'aiffriertaly smilgaf . . could listen to
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RITA LOUISE GANOTTI
Talisman 45 Auto Maintenance Club 4.
Very attractive . . . Sonja Henie on ice skates . . . hopes
to be a secretary.
LUCIA CARY GARDNER
Glee Club 25 Needle and Stitch 4.
A real Southerner from West Virginia . . . interested in
music and sports . . . future pianist.
BRENDA CONSTANCE GATES
Glee Club 3, 45 Operetta 3, 4.
A lovely singing voice . . . prohcient Correspondent and
home economist . . . collects little stuffed animals.
MARY ANN GEIST
Soft voice and sparkling brown eyes . . . enjoys cooking,
especially when trying new cake recipes . . . plays the
piano very well.
ANNA ROBERTA GERBER
Locker Crew 2, 3, 43 F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 Operetta 3, 4.
An ellicient helper . . . enjoys hill-billy music
overflowing collection of miniature dogs.
NORMAN EUGENE GERBER
J.V. Lacrosse 3, V, -lg Band 3, 4.
Sincere in all he says . . . took good care of the
team . . . plays the drum.
MARIO ALDONGIZZI r A
Auto Mechanics 4. ' A .Dt ' , l.
Football physique . . .fnice -sfhile '. . . likes all types of
sports, cars and money . . . imported from Europe.
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ROBERT EDWARD CLASER
V. Baseball 3g Auto Mechanics 41 Drivers Asso. 4.
Has a winning personality . . . whiz at mechanics and
sports . . . loves to spend time driving.
DOROTHY ELIZABETH GODWIN
F.B.L.A. 3. " ,A
Enjoys reading novels and watching plays . . . always a
healthy glow . . . collects unusual napkins.
DONALD BRUCE GOODRICH
Biology Club 33 J.V. Lacrosse 3, V. 45 Radio Club 4.
Enjoys the camping life he encounters in Explorer Scouts
. . . takes active part in M.Y.F.
HELENE ROSE GORDON
Masquers 3, 4.
Towson's contribution to Hilltop Theatre . . . attractive
and graceful . . . her life centers about the footlights.
3Bu! Counciffi, 45 Talisman 3, 4. A' -A ,
BEVERLY ANN COULD
Honor roll student who burns the midnight oil . . .
wr- deer-like quietness . . . would like a country life with
lots of horses.
f LW BETTY LOUISE GowL
1 ' . .LoA. 2g Bus Council 45 Needle and Stitch 4.
, JLQdnfnercial department whiz . . . quiet and efficient in
yi everything . . . collector of postcards and souvenirs.
7' If f FRED LEE GRAEFE
V. Track 35 V. Cross-Country 3, 4.
Tall and dark . . . mechanically inclined . . . always sing-
mx ing the latest hill-billy songs.
ELIZABETH ANN GRAFTON
Close,clipped hair, dark brown eyes and dimples . . .
ardent supporter of lacrosse games.
JOAN KATHLEEN GRAII.
Mixed cactus 3. J '
Towson's champion gum chewer . . . bowling, swim-
ming, dancingfare her favorite pastimes . . . loads of fun.
FRANK O. GROESSER
Track 3, 4g T.A.A. 4.
King of the crew cuts . . . sharp dresser . . . supports
V Ocean City . . . Southern Methodist bound.
PAUL JAMES GUZZO
Wrestling 4g Drivers Asso. 4.
Has that certain way with women . . . goes in for "Bop"
music . . . "hot rod" driver.
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Cheerful personality . . . sweety nea't and considerate of
others. likes the piano and journalism.
CHARLES FREDERIC HAMRICK
Bus Council 4.
Interested in water sports . . . has a pleasing line of
talk . . . that Kaiser really goes.
MARY McAVOY HAMRICK
Auto Maintenance Club 4. V
Boundless energy . . . a whiz at shorthand and typing
. . . enjoys bowling, roller skating, and dancing. 44
An ardent Poly fan can be found at Beaver Springs
Short honey colored hair line executive ab1l1ty and
ICC skating efht lent in sc hool work
An infectious grin denotes a sparkling wit short and
Lovely han 'md big brown eyes has an infectious
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' IDA JANE HARVEY
Glec Club 2g Library Club 3, 45 F.B.L.A. 4.
"My Lady from the Manor" . . . a quiet manner . . .
enjoys playing the piano.
ROBERT LEE HARVEY
Woodshop Club 2g Bus Council 3, 43 F.B.L.A. 4.
A hunter and fisherman in season . . . enjoys a good book
now and then.
ALFRED HERMANN, III
U.N.Y. 3g Talisman 3, 4.
Tall and quiet . . . strong supporter of scouting . . . a
whiz with historical facts.
Stage Crew 3, 4.
Regards guns and woodcarving as interesting hobbies
. . . Junior Assistant Scout Master . . , an even temper.
CHARLES THOMAS HILDEBRANDT
U.N.Y. 3, Sidelights 4.
Interests range from football to the fine arts . . . jolly,
smiling person with the traveling urge.
1 Q BEVERLY ANNE HILGARTNER '
F.B.L.A. 3, 4.
Likes French fries . . . dancing at the Hollow and Goetz-
es . . . never misses Dick Coleman's show.
IRMA LEE HODGES
Student Court 2.
Cute and little . . . likes good piano music . . . there's
nothing like a football game.
BARBARA ANN 'HOFFMAN
Cafeteria Crew 3, Auto Maintenance 4.
Has a continuous giggle . . . fond of swimming and danc-
ing . . . looking for a secretarial career.
BARBARA MAY HOWARD
Needle and Stitch 4.
Sewing is her specialty . . . you can't stop her laughing
. . . active in youth fellowship.
HUGH BENTON HOWELL
Boys, Chorus 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4, V, Track 3, 4.
Music, photography, swimming and fishing interest this
versatile fellow . . . active in Youth Fellowship.
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DIANE NOEL HUNTER
Masquers 3, 4. 'l
A real Charleston bug . . . lives to act . . . good natured
with a ready laugh.
FRANCES GERALDINE HYDE
Glee Club 2, 3, 45 T.A.A. 3, Auto Maintenance 4.
Plenty leadership ability . . . faithfully follo
games . . . would love to travel over the U.S,A.
HAROLD DEAN ISENNOCK
Auto Mechanics 3, 43 Drivers Asso. 4.
Possesses a sense of humor . . . skilled in repairing cars
. . . witty and lots of fun.
GERALD A. JAMES
Student Court 2, 3, 45 Auto Mechanics 4.
A snappy comeback for everything . . . interests are di
vided between farming and cars.
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HARRIET ANN JENNESS
S.G.A. 2, 3, 43 Board of Elections 2, 3, 45 Sidelights 4.
Well known for her lively disposition and winning smile
. . . wields a mean needle and thread.
LAWRENCE MERRITT JONES
Sports Club 4.
Unhurried by the fast moving paee of school life . . . a
real photography fiend.
JOAN ELIZABETH KANE
F.T.A. 3, 43 Sidelights 4.
Quiet, congenial manner . . . thoughts Center around all
phases of Hne art . . . loves to tease.
JOHN HENRY KAUFMANN
J.V. Basketball 2, Sports Club 4.
A faithful fan of the Orioles . . . strong supporter of
Livonia, Pennsylvania . . . future ornithologist.
PATRICIA A. KELLY
Is a marvelous genius of the artistic' . . . outstanding
red-gold hair . . . spends leisure time developing pietures.
MARY CATHERINE KENNEDY
U.N.Y. 2, 3, 4: Board of Elections 43 Sidelights 4.
Unselfish interest in the joy of others . . . aetive in the
U.N.Y .... interested in Current events.
ROBERT THOMAS KLUGE
Outstanding ability as a mechanic '... excels in his voea-
tional Classes . . . anticipates a future as an engineer or
EDWIN LEROY KOERBER, JR.
Has an avid interest in Cabinet-making . . . noted for his
l outstanding work in the Boys' Brigade . . . serious worker
. . . sports fan.
WILLIAM LENZA KONE, JR.
J.V. Lacrosse 2, 33 Soccer fl.
Enjoys farming although it's hard work . . . likes thick
steaks . . . a member of the Naval Reserve.
WALTER HENRY KRATZMEIER
Dramaties 2: Art Club 3, 4.
M, 'F I vi --L ai Come easy, go easy '... enjoys swimming and tennis . . .
, t' 2 W 47 enviable bowling srores . . . Towson's pixie.
Glee Club 2.
Talkative and humorous . . . found at the teen center
. . . likes swimming and ice hockey games.
PATRICIA LEE LITTLE
T.A.A. 3g V. Hockey 3, 4.
Happy-go-lucky . . . clothes make the woman . . . a
sports lover: through and through.
JOAN ESTELLE LOWMAN
A combination of wit, sociability and friendly sincerity
. . . happy and carefree . . . enjoys dancing and acting.
MARY LGU LYNCH
S.G.A. 2, 33 Chc'c'rlcacler 2, 33 Sidclights 4.
A pleasant combination of talent and looks . . . willing
to take on responsibility and hard work. 48
Dancing feet and lovely brown eyes loves roller skat
ing . . . a friendly sm1le for everyone
CHARLES ALBERT IA MASON
Debating Team '3 4 Sldelights 4
Main interest is public speaking never argue with
him, you can t win a future politic ian
BETTY IRENE LARRIMORE
J.v. Softball 2 3 v 4
fe A true athlete ln all sports day dreams ust
give her a good book
GRETCHEN ELIZABETH LAUSCH
Cheerleader 2 3 TA A 4 Sidelights 4
Wants things running smoothly hard worker with a
winsome personality future woman in white
Quiet and amiable as good a sport as she is a play
er . . . one of the greatest supporters Cumberland has
Sports Club 4
Mischievous manner loves the water boating in
ELIZABETH R. MACFARLANE
Wonderful sense of humor . . . artistically inclined . . .
collects pictures of all kinds of cats . . . partial to the
WILLIAM ANDERSON MCCANN
Band 2, 3, 45 Drivers Asso. 4.
Another of our mechanically minded boys . . . loves to
play his clarinet . . . builds midget racers.
DOROTHY PATRICIA MCCLOONEY
Glee Club 2.
Has big brown eyes and a rosy complexion . . . spends
leisure time bowling, ice skating and hiking.
DOROTHY HELEN MCCLURE
V. Volleyball 2, 3, 43 V. Basketball 3, 4, V. Hockey 4.
Blond hair and blue eyes . . . her personality makes a
hit . . . possesses real athletic ability.
An unusual knack for loafing . . . another of the "hot
rod" crowd . . . interested in all sports, especially auto
BILLIELEEMcCOWN V 4
Receptionist 2, 3, Dramatics 3, 4. 'K'
A short little girl with plenty of pep . . . has a Hare for
SGA 2 4 FTA 3 4 SlCltll2l'lfS4
Sparkling eyes friendly nature forex er 5ITllllHg
JV Lacrosse 2 3 4
Full of fun fancy free we nexcr know whats
coming next faxors hunting hshmq and sailing
Easy going guy handy when in tngint needs re
pairing builds and flies model plants
A9 listening to hill billy music
PETER DAVID MERRIMAN
Masquers 3, Operetta 3, 45 Clee Club 3, 4.
Easy-going and casual . . . partial to Tennessee . . .
riding enthusiast . . . lives for each day.
KATHERINE ELIZABETH MERRITT
Glee Club 3, 45 Operetta 3, 4.
Warm smile and lots of pep . . . Stoneleigh Pool is her
backyard . . . always knitting argyles.
NANCY LEE MICHEL
V. Bowling 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 4.
Enjoys swimming, bowling and Loyola
have you signed her latest plaster cast?
dances . .
BETTY ANNE MIHM
J.V. Hockey 35 V. Volleyball 45 Talisman 4.
Tall and slender with blond hair and a winning smile
. . . loves to be included in a crowd.
BARBARA LEE MILES
Board of Elections 2, 3, 45 Art Club 3g Sidclights 4.
Job's Daughters and Young Life are among her outside
interests . . . Latin is her favorite subject.
DOLORES MILDRED MILLER
, Gtbfol b 3,Q,,,V,'Spflball 3t'4.
A tl! iyed
Tribe' eliever in f 1 om of speech . . . thinks people
who call her-fReds" are abusing the privilege.
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JANET MARIE MILLER
F.B.L.A. 2, 3.
Spontaneous giggle . . . a frivolous gal who's always
the life of the party . . . sunny cheerfulness.
KENNETH LEE MILLER
Cross Country 2 3 Track 23 Auto Mechanics 2, 3, 4.
Tall and lanky with a very pleasing manner . . . avidly
interested in golf and stock car racing.
VERNON BRUCE MILLER
Easy-going with a laissez faire attitude . . . haunts Wil-
lards Drive-in . . . basketball and football fan . . . horse-
back riding and hunting.
MARJORIE LOUISE MOELLER
F.T.A. 2, 3, V. Basketball 3, 4, V. Volleyball 3, 4.
Adds wit and humor to every class . . . long, lean a
lete . . .xenjoys knitting argyles.
MATTHEW CLIFTON MORRISON
Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Art Club 35 Operetta 3, 4.
In his art he's not surpassed . . . looks and dress are
complementary . . . likes Westerns.
CHARLES LEROY MOTT
Glee Club 4.
Interesting conversationalist . . . craves fishing and golf-
ing . . . a speed demon with a "hot rod."
DORIS MAY MUTH
Easily recognized by her Autumn colored hair . . .
laughs with complete enjoyment . . . always ready for a
party . . . enjoys being with people.
ELIZABETH HELEN NANZ
Photography Club 4.
Loves anything that involves horses . . . will assist in any
job there is to do.
MALCOLM ALLEN NEIFELD
Tall, quiet type . . ..fine collection of coins . . . possesses
that desirable trait of an even disposijjon . . .expert in
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BRADLEY LLOYD ROY NELSON
Prefers ice hockey and baseball in the line of sports . . .
loyal to Minneapolis . . . just sit back and listen to him
FRANK STEVE NELSON
Auto Mechanics 3, 43 Drivers Asso. 4.
A good friend to have . . . raves about Ford trucks
i shows Guernsey cattle during fair season.
GEORGE JOSEPH NEUMEISTER
J.V. Soccer 33 Drivers Asso. 4.
A good-natured, energetic lad . . . quiet but sincere
friendship . . . wild about driving dilapidated autos
CARL ROBERT NICOLI.
Projection Crew 3, 41.1. V. Lacrosse 3, 4.
. Enjoys dancing in his spare time . . . lacrosse and soccer
are his favorite sports . . . radio fan.
ELLEN JANE NOLTE
F.T.A. 2: U.N.Y, 2, 4.
A gift for gab . . . spends leisure time watching television
hopes to see the world.
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NORMAN CARROLL NORRIS
V. Basketball 3, 45 V. Baseball 3, 4.
A true athlete in all sports . . . fully enjoys everything
he does . . . an ardent Army fan.
Art Club 3g Debating Team 35 Masquers 4.
Interested in drawing and dramatics . . . partial to the
Naval Academy . . . expressive, whirlwind gestures.
MARY LOU OFFUTT
F.r.A. 2, 3, 4.
Reserved and charming personality . . . has a yen for
travel . . . works as a Nurse's Aid.
CAROL ANN PAJARINEN
Masquers 3, 4.
Adept at creative writing . . . enjoys camping and listen-
ing to semi-classical music . . . dramatic ability.
A MARY LOU PAJARINEN
F.T.A. 3g Masquers 3, 4g Sidclights 4.
Often seen but not heard . . . loves Canary yellow . . .
very seldom misses a good movie.
NANCY KAY PARKS
F.T.A. 2g U.N.Y. 3, 4g Sidelights 4.
Active in Youth Fellowship and Nurse's Aid . . . wants
to see all of the United States.
RUTH LILLIAN PARRISH
Auto Maintenance 4.
A tiny, little girl . . . retains the 'gnew look" . . . enjoys
all kinds of sports.
JOAN FRANCES PARSONS
Cooking Club 45 Talisman 4-.
Shining red hair . . . what tall tales she tells!
Cxpcrt with knitting needles.
BARBARA AILEEN PASQUITH
Projection Crew 2, 3, 4.
Enjoys designing and making clothes . . . has a Tallulah
Bankhcad voice . . . a future housewife.
LAWRENCE GENE PEARCE
Auto Mechanics 'lg Metal Shop 3.
Lends humor and cheer to all . . . affinity for many
sports . . . cheers for the Yankees.
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ANN LYNN PERSOHN
V. Hockey 3, 45 'I'.A.A. 45 Talisman 4.
Can make a fancy figure eight . . . fine goalie . . . has
a future in commercial art.
HELEN ALMA PETERSEN
Library Club 3.
A cheerful gal who's a shorthand expert . . . fond of
going to horse shows.
LAWRENCE DAVID PINKNER
Masquers 2, 3, 4g j.V. Soccer 35 S.G.A. 4.
Towson's Barrymore . . . weight lifting is his hobby . . .
wears good-looking sweaters . . . famous station wagon.
BETTY JEAN POELLINGER g- f- '
Bus Council 2, 3, 4g Auto Maintenance 4. , , ,
Dry humorist . . . active in Youth Fellowshipt . . typing
whiz . . . loves the "good ol' summer time."
JOHN WILLIAM POLLEY
Auto Mechanics 2, 3, 43 Drivers Asso. 4.
Loses himself in working with gas engines and ma-
chines . . . likes baseball, football and hunting.
NANCY LOUISE PORTER
Bus Council 2, 3, 43 Auto Maintenance 4.
Collector of stuffed animals . . . loves to drive . . . keeps
that volleyball off the ground.
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Has a yen for that Florida sunshine loves to watch
Masquers 2 Glee Club 2 Sidelights 4
Likes to go ue skating and swimming traveling is
one of her future ambitions
Boys Chorus 3 V Bastball '3 4
Tall good looking and friendly ready laughttr
Towson s shining light during baseball season
Bus Council 2 3 Needle and Stitch 4
Makes very distinctive looking clothes has quite a
collection of llpsticks loves to talk
NINA MARIE RANKIN
J.V. Basketball 2, 35 Cafeteria Crew 35 G.A.L.S. 4.
Sports minded . . . handy with a sewing machine . .
cute and peppy . . . anything for mischief.
Q' 8 ELIZABETH PORTER RANSONE
U,N.Y. 35 Glee Club 2, 3, 4'g S.G.A, 2, 3, 4.
A cute, friendly' gal . . . the gift of working with people
. efhcient with knitting needles.
DAVID HAROLD REBER
Spends leisure time swimming at Oregon and watching
baseball games . . . a quiet boy who blushes easily.
J.V. Soccer 3g Auto Mechanics 4.
Goes in for model airplane contests and sailing . . .
active in Naval Reserve . . . proficient mechanical ability.
BETTY LOU RILEY -
F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 45 Bus Council 4. 'I N- '- "
Swimming and ice cream are her preferences . . . a
Lutherville gal who's an accomplished baby sister.
I VIRGINIA ELLEN RILEY
Library Club 35 F.B.L.A. 4.
Can often be found with a book in her hands . . . en-
joys typing and shorthand.
BEVERLY KATHRYN ROBERTS
Library Club 2, 3, 4g Receptionist 2, 4g F.B.L.A. 4.
Always laughing and showing her cute dimples . . .
spends leisure time watching softball games.
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MARY LOU ROSS
F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4.
Enjoys basketball and dancing . . . Italian spaghetti is
her favorite food . . . the perfect secretary.
LYNDA LEWIS ROWE
U.N.Y. 45 Talisman 45 Sidclights 4.
Collects piggy banks . . . has a sophisticated look which
catches the male eye . . . attractive red head.
SUSAN EVANS ROYAL wa' 4061
U.N.Y. 2, 35 Talisman 3, 45 S.G.A. 4.
A neat dresser and a hard worker . . . often seen at Fords
and the Lyric.
MARY CAROLYN RUTSCHOW
U.N.Y. 25 Art Club 35 Jr. Red Cross 4.
Active participant in Girl Scout activities . . . a mathe-
matical whiz . . . admired for her sweet disposition.
WILLIAM FRANCIS SAFFELL
V. Cross-countl'y4.7i A GIRL wh' I5 11,5 A5 A A"L:"iNu"3
. GN We Wm Y- 1' PM ."l:r-1f rr'
Seems quiet at Hrst impressixdn . . . coobgraiitive andicle- N i Mrk -
perrdable . . .known to like the fresh air. 1.51. ,fn-C .
HARVEY FRANKLIN SAMPLE
Finds cabinet making interesting . . . swimming and golf
occupy his free time . . . carrot colored hair makes him
easily recognizable. 1 A' "
JOHN ARTHUR SCHAFER
J.V. Basketball 2g J.V. Baseball 2, 3.
Fond of basketball, baseball and swimming . . . claims
he likes quiet people like himself.
SUZANNE JUDITH SCHELL Receptionist 4.
Peaches and cream complexion . . . has a musical laugh .'o,,.,Lg,
horseback ridin and badminton are her astimes. . k ' '
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JOAN O. SCHERER
Glee Club 3, 4g Receptionist 4.
Likes active sports . . . working on her farm . . . active
in youth fellowship.
ADOLPH HENRY SCHNEIDER
Library Club 2, 35 Bur Council 4. " 4
Enjoys watching television shows . . . has learned to take
teasing . . . likes peace and quiet. f
MARILYN MARIE SCHNEIDER
Glee Club 25 Auto Maintenance 4.
Enjoys spectator sports and slumber parties . . . wants
to travel . . . attractive gal with expressive eyes.
LILLIAN CAROL SCHUCKLE
Masquers 45 Talisman 4,
Lively and likeable with plenty of pep . . . found at
many a bridge party.
NANCY LELIA SEIM
Lovely, long blond locks . . . book worm, opera fan and
movie goer . . . wears pretty cashmere sweaters.
PHILLIS BEATRICE SENGER A
Glee Club 2. ,
Active in Church work . . . great movie fah . . . petite
live wire with great commercial ability. f
SUSAN CLARK SETH
Glee Club 43 Sidelights 4.
Sunny disposition and chic clothes . . . those lovely eyes
. . . likes watching football and lacrosse games.
JOAN BARBARA SEVICK
V. Softball 3, 4g V. Basketball 3, 45 F.T.A. 3, 4.
Quiet girl with a very pleasing manner . . . softball fiend
. . . likes jeans and flashy shirts.
GLORIA LA VERNE SHAFFER
v. Softball 2, 3, 45 G.A.L.s. 2, 3, 4g T.A.A. 4.
A friendly gal with a good word for everyone . . . al-
ways found in blue jeans.
RICHARD CALVIN SHEIDY
Has a natural zest for the great outdoors . . . his col-
lection of pennies and dimes will make him a millionaire
-IOSEPH IIAIRD SHOCK
Stage Crew flg Radio Club 41 Drivers Asso. 4.
Carefree manner . . . well known at the Hopkins Edu-
cational Theater . . , interested in model railroads.
RONALD GLEN SHOCK
J. V, Soccer 3, V. 4g J.V. Baseball 3, V. 4.
Always presents a neat appearance . . . an extremely
likeable guy . . . has many interests in sports.
DOROTHY ELIZABETH SIMPSON
Cute and coy . . . a southern belle with Georgia on her
mind . . . folk dancing interests ber.
Stage Crew 3, el-g J.V. Lacrosse 3, V. 4.
Conscientious participant in scout organizations . . . in
terests include model ships and planes.
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ANNE ROYSTON SMITH
U.N.Y. 2g Talisman 3, 43 Cheerleader 4.
A quick witted girl . . . whiz on the ivories
envied shoe collection.
EVELYN MARY SMITH
Receptionist 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 45 F.B.L.A. 4.
Pretty blue eyes and dark hair . . . dancing is
ty . . . likes all kinds of music.
WILLIAM GILMORE SMITH
Glee Club 3, 45 Operetta 3, 45 Boys' Chorus 3, 4.
Happiest with a guitar, harmonica or uke
miniature radios . . . quiet and sincere.
NANCY RUTH SMITH
Absorbed in church activities . . . has an interesting
stamp collection . . . an ardent movie fan . . . hopes to
be an excellent secretary.
PATRICIA ELIZABETH SMITH
Receptionist 2g Auto Maintenance 4.
Partial to the U. S. Navy . . . blond locks . . . hopes to
become a housewife after graduation.
SALLYANN MAE SMITH
Glee Club 25 F.T.A. 2, 3, 4. 'M ,
Pretty brown eyes . . . interests include raising Howers
and all sports . . . planning ii career in-teaching.
. . . has an
. . . builds
CHESTER ROBERT SNOEYENBOS
To know him is to like him . . . an all around guy with
a nice personality . . . baseball enthusiast.
EDWARD JEROME SPEER
V. Basketball 3, 45 V. Soccer 45 S.G.A. 4.
Good-looking fellow with a devilish grin . . . an all out
athlete, especially in basketball.
JANET LEE SPENCE
1 ylof ce sg. I hails from Oakland . . . after college
e'll bg aylifnidesigner.
- T JO B THA SPERL
us C l 3, 45 t0 ,M ntenance 4'
Lik to partir! pat 'all s . . . cute little red head
ff Qpjmakeshifrs A ice Clothes.
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GORDON MILFORD SPICER
V. Baseball 4.
Has a short blond crew-cut . . . always ready for an
argument . . . recruit from Poly.
JOYCE CRAWFORD STEVENSON
Glee Club 3, 45 Operetta 3, 45 Sidelights 4.
Philadelphia wins her admiration . . . can always be
found at Young Life . . . another argyle fiend.
BEVERLY JANET STOUGH
S.G,A. 25 Dancing Club 35 Glee Club 3, 4.
Likes hill-billy music . . . collects beautiful horse statutes
. . . aiming for a career in radio.
BARBARA JEAN STRANGMAN
Needle and Stitch 4.
Tall and attractive with flaming red hair . . . loves sun
bathing, eating and sleeping.
PHILLIP MALCOLM STREET
Photography Club 35 Drivers Asso. 45 Sidelights 4.
Crease of concentration on his forehead . . . would like
to own a Cadillac that runs.
EDWARD JAMES SUESS
V. Lacrosse 2, 45 V. Cross-country 3, 45 T.A.A. 4.
Likes to relax by watching video . . . a quiet red head
with a pleasant personality.
WILLIAM G. SUSEMIHL
Auto Mechanics 2, 3, 45 Drivers Asso. 4.
Tall, lanky blond . . . interested in our auto shop . . . '40
Fords are his favorites.
MARILYN HOOPER TATE
Bowling 25 Sidelights 4.
Short and snappy . . . very business-like and efficient
enjoys horseback riding, tennis, and driving.
DOROTHY IRENE TAYLOR
Bus Council 2, 3, 45 Auto Maintenance 4.
Quick and alert . . . wants to be seen and heard
takes pride in her art work.
ARTHUR A. THOMAS
V. Track 2, 3, 45 V. Basketball 3, 45 V. Cross-country 3, 4.
Quiet, friendly manner . . . an excellent athlete . . .
terests center almost entirely around sports. H
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PATRICIA ANN THOMAS
Library Club 3, 4, The Thing 3, 45 Oftice Clerk 4.
Warm and friendly . . . love for teasing . . . easy banter-
ing manner with an obvious Kentucky accent.
WILLIAM ELLWOOD THOMAS, JR.
j.V. Basketball 2g -I.V. Baseball 3, V. 4.
Member of Uncle Sam's National Guard . . . quiet and
unassuming . . . baseball rates high with him.
DAVID NORMAN TIPPETT
V. Lacrosse 2, 3, 4, V. Basketball 3, 43 V. Soccer 3, 4. .
Likes girls - cute ones, farms - small ones and food
- all kinds . . . has that rambling urge. ""'
VINCENT DePAUL TONER
Sports Club 2, Auto Mechanics 3, 4.
Another one of those "hot-rod" fans . . . expert with a X
shotgun . . . what an appetite!
JOHN PURNELL TOWNSEND
J.V. Basketball 2.
Good looking, quiet, blond . . . works well in a group . . .
has a subtle form of wit.
Student Court 2, 3, 4g Board of Elections 2, 3, 4, Sidelights 4.
Her winning smile reveals a shining personality . . .
simplicity and fresh n-aturafness . . . sweet andgniee.
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HARRIET THELMA ULLMAN
Glee Club 3, 4g Operetta 3, 4.
A talented pianist . . . lives in dungarecs . . . enjoys list-
ening to all types of music.
RUTH HARRIETT UTHE
F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 Sidelights 4, Receptionist 4.
No other word describes her quite so well as efliervcscent
. . . keeps a scrap book faithfully.
' ELSIE G. VEIGEL
F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Board of Elections 4, Sidelights 4.
Has a smile for everyone . . . an enthusiastic spectator at
baseball and football games.
BARBARA CLAYTON WALTER
Board of Elections 23 Glee Club 2.
Always ready with a winning smile . . . a future Sonja
Henie . . . devoted collector of miniature horses.
CHARLES THOMAS WARD
World Wide Sports 23 Sports Club 33 Drivers Asso. 4.
Tall, dark and handsome . . . sharp dresser . . . splits his
time between the Del, Ocean City and Drumcastle.
MARLENE JUNE WEBER
Masquers 4, Needle and Stitch 4.
A pleasing personality and a sweet disposition . . . glow
of friendliness . . . sports a sparkling diamond.
JOAN MARIE WELLS
Likes swimming, tennis and horseback riding . . . a cute
gal who is plenty of fun . . . just call her "Blondie".
ARTHUR JOHN WENNERSTROM
Sports Club 3, Side-lights 4.
Tall, quiet blond who's interested in the mechanical
angle of radio . . . a refreshingly calm person.
DAVID ELLWOOD WENTWORTH
Photography Club 3, Projection Crew 3, 4.
Nice wavy hair . . . looks forward to summer vacations
, . . likes to make new friends.
ATHLEEN BETH WESSEL
F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 Board of Elections 4, Jr. Red Cross 4.
A hard working gal . . . nice to have for a friend . . .
loves the wide open spaces.
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EVELYN JOYCE WESTERMAN i A Y
Bus Council 2, 3, 4g F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Sidelights 4. I
Chatters incessantly . . . likes horseback riding, roller 'H 1' .img
skating, and tennis . . . a future kindergarten teacher. . 1 sf'
RICHARD o. R. WHEELER 4' I . . rj '
Auto Mechanics 3, 45 Drivers Asso. 4.
Shows aptitude in mechanics . . . never tires of eatik
pizza pie . . . hunting is his favorite sport. it
JOHN SAMPSON WHITE
V. Soccer 3, 4, V. Lacrosse 3, 4g Sid:-lights 4.
An experienced chef . . . devotes considerable time to
lacrosse . . .absorbed in his hobby of mineralogy.
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Bowling 4g'Bus 'C0nficil,4i, Autb Maintenance 4.
Hasjcute chriiples in her: cheeks and a smile for everyone
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SUSAN VIRGBNPA WILEIAMS
Biology Club 3, 4. ' ' '
Cute and neat . . . e ys rv ' Indian lore . . .
treasures hCK1D c lflCCti0 ,
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gy JOIW .vztgsi MASON
Hails ofn stern S e . . . the outdoor type who
likxesswim , unting a camping.
RBBERT MICHAEL WINTERS
J.V. Lacrosse 2, V. 43 Sidelights 4.
Dresses impecably . . . rosy cheeks and snappy blue
eyes . . . appropriate witty remarks for any occasion.
LOUIS N. WIRTANEN
Woodshop Club 25 Sports Club 3, Sidelights 4.
The tall silent type . . . enjoys roller skating, hunting,
photography and wood work . . . very dependable.
ALICE JEANNETTE WIRTZ
Bus Council 2, 3, 4.
Blond hair and shining blue eyes . . . has a sweet person-
ality and neat appearance.
JOHN LAWRENCE WORTH, JR.
T.A.A. 3, 43 V. Baseball 4.
Get that laugh! . . . never a dull moment . . . always
has a witty answer . . . everyone's friend.
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VERNON LEE YINGLING
V. Basketball 2, 3, 4g V. Baseball 2, 3, 4, V. Soccer 4.
Tall, quiet and easy-going . . . outstanding athletic abili-
ty . . . towers skyward . . . lives baseball.
CAROL LOUISE YOUNGMAN
j.V. Cheerleader 2.
Always dresses attractively . . . found at ice hockey and
basketball games . . . the gang at "Smitty's".
WALTER DANIEL ZEMBOWER
Band 2, 3, 4, J. V. Lacrosse 3, V. Lacrosse 4.
Likes to hunt, fish and play drums . . . listen
of all kinds.
s to music
MARION LOUIS ZINKHAN
Auto Mechanics 2, 35 Drivers Asso. 4.
Has a mechanical touch with cars . . . can get along with
anyone . . . happy-go-lucky.
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Social Studies is required in the tenth, eleventh and twelfth
grades. The courses cover, respectively, the development of civiliza-
tion, the growth of the United States, and the personal and social
problems of youth today. The department offers two history
electives, Economic Geography, and Modem and Contemporary
In Physical Education classes students are introduced to many
new sports and given the opportunity of participating in them. The
gym classes play basketball, soccer, volleyball, field hockey, baseball
and softball. During the winter pupils are taught tumbling, bad-
minton, deck tennis and square dancing.
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2 r thi 'yi J X 0 Upper right, MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY Hrsroxw, l. to r: B. Mihmg C.
vi' Schuckleg W. Fleischmanng R. Winters, F. Feder. Upper left,
Q A PROBLEMS IN DEMOCRATIC L1v1Nc, l to r: C. Duckwallg P. Merrimang L.
'i' Easton. Center, Bovs' GYM CLASS, l. to 1: A. Wennerstromg R. Crush,
J. Eskridgeg N. Breidenbaugh. Lower right, GIRLS, GYM CLASS, l. to 1:
J. Eckers, R. Parrish, E. Veigel, C, Kennedy, E. Merritt.
.gguclenfd prepare or Acienfi ic age.
The sciences offered at Towson are planned for college
bound students aIId those who are business-minded. Biology,
Chemistry and Physics explain the principles of life, matter
and machinery. Consumer Science teaches wise and care-
ful buying for homes and businesses.
Towson oflers students Beginners, Intermediate and Ad-
vanced Algebra. Plane and Solid Geometry and Trigonome-
tr' Review of High School lVIZltl1f'Ill21tlC'S summarizes all the
phases of mathematics taught in high school.
Drivers Education teaches students the operation of a
car and the rules of tlIe road.
Upper left, GEOMETRY, I. to 1: B. Thomas1C. Pajarincn: A. Stapf: M
Bonhage. Upper right, ClHEMISTRY, I. to 1: Busick: Il. jc-nness
A. Smith, R. Reseh. Center, PHYSICS, I. to r: P. Mooreg C. Gard
nerg C, Hildebrandt: W. Bittner. Lower left, BIOLOGY, I. to r
B. Kempskeg B. Howard: B. Bassford: Grambrill, Lower zight.
DRIVERSl EDUCATION, I. to r: N. Isennoek, behind the whccl: .-X.
Rosehg P, Gardner, M. Harbaughg Mr. Baylcy.
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nglish and language courses are designed
opportunity of concentrating
to give students the
in the important areas of reading, writing, listening,
and speaking. English is a required subject in all
four years of high school. Each language is offe d
for a two or three year study. Any student in the
senior high school may enroll.
In the tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grade courses,
grammar and composition work are done accord'
to student needs. The tenth grade includes the stud
of all types of literature, the eleventh grade course
deals specifically with American literature and its
development from colonial times to the rese t d
p n 5 an
the twelfth grade course includes the study of drama,
short stories, and novels. Many of the great class-
ics are read and studied during this year.
In Latin, the stress is placed on grammar and
the reading of simple Latin and the classics. In
French and Spanish, conversation occupies as im-
portant a part in the course as
Students converse among themselves and with the
teachers. Phonograph records and moving pictures
are used as aids to fluency and in ear training.
Through the language classes students get foreign
penpals and sometimes hear speakers from foreign
grammar and reading.
Upper left, E , . . . 3 . Nclsong
G. Benson. Center, LATIN, l. to 1: E. Driver, R. Ourslerg
B. Anderson. Lower left, FRENCH 3, I. to 1: Davis, E.
Ford, D. Hunterg R. VandenBoschcg D. Aiken. Lower
right, SPAN1sH, I. to TI J. Kaufmann, L. Worth, M. Lynch,
NGLISH I2 I to r' A Currcns S
.Aft l"8l'l'lCLil'l:5 tLQ lfU'liU8l"5 Cl! idnguage.
Some of the most modern art equipment is to be
found in the third floor upent house" where art rules
supreme. Fundamentals in Art, and Drawing. Paint-
ing and Illustration teach the basic principles of art
and the proper use of the many varied media of ar-
tistic expression. Other Courses offered for more ad-
vanced students ready to specialize in some one
phase of art-are Costume Design and Fashion Il-
lustration, Commercial Art, Sculpturing and Mod-
eling, Interior Design and Advanced Painting.
Dramatics classes study the history of drama,
stage design, direction of plays and make-up tech-
niques. The class makes practical use of its knowl-
edge in productions by the Masquers.
Fundamentals of Music teaches the basic con-
cepts of music composition and appreciation. The
pupils enjoy learning both popular and semi-classi-
Towson has a fine band which has played at
various assemblies here and at other schools as part
of an exchange program. Through the school band,
pupils are introduced to and learn to play instru-
ments which would otherwise be unavailable to them.
The study of these various forms of art gives
students a foundation for a better understanding
Upper right, ART, F. Graefe, E, Ecsery. Center, DRAMATICS,
l. to 1: J. Davisg D. Diegertg J. Zurill. Lower left, Music
RooM, around pirmog S. Altschullg D. Howardg E. Rich-
ardson: A. Pcrryg H. Wambach. Lower right, BAND CLASS,
I. to r: L. Foxg H. Downingg A. Schmcrsalg N. Gerbcrg D.
Coumontg R. Lundquistg Gibb.
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ommercia! Kourfieo Luifcl deffer dufiinefified.
An efficient business education is offered to students aim-
ing at commercial careers. Bookkeeping teaches how to keep
accurate records. Office training is offered to business students
who wish to obtain practical experience.
In the business department, students are taught how to op-
erate the adding and calculating machines. Students act as
salesmen in the bookstore where all kinds of school supplies are
sold. The business education department acquaints future bus-
iness leaders with the information they will find necessary for
working in the business world.
Upper left, MIMEOGRAPH MACHINE, I. to r: C. Youngmang P, Littlc.
Upper right, OFFICE MACHINPIS, l. to r: Harvey: D. Clayton: F, Ben-
song C. Harmonyg D. Taylor. Center, CJFFICE TRAINING, I. to r: P.
Senger, A. Rosehg Mr. Carl Sloop. Lower left, BOOKSTORE, I. to r:
B. Robertsg I, Bassg B. Huth. Lower right, BOOKKEEPING, I, to rr: T.
McMahong J. Spanglerg B. Francis.
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The Home Economies Department offers girls a Home
Econoinies Major. and Inajor and minor courses specializing in
foods and Clothing. There are also the Living in the Home
Course. Special Occasion Cookery, and an Interior Decoration
The Industrial Arts Department ofliers Ineehanieal draw-
ing, woodwork, art and sheet metal courses. and auto shop.
Useful and attractive furniture has been Il1aClC in the woodwork
Classes. while those taking the Inetal Courses have designed in
sueh metals as copper, brass, and aluminum. In the auto shop
the students learn all phases of mechanics dealing with the au-
Upper left, SEYVING, I. to r: E. Reilly: P. Rosso, P. Gettniang M. Sanders:
B. Smithg B. Casey. Upper right, SPECIAL OCTCASION' COOKERY, I. to r:
E, Nolte: B. McLaughlin: J. Windsor: G, Riley. Center, MECHANICAL,
IJRANVING, I. to r: D. Wentworth: R. Klugeg D. Bayne. Lower left,
AUTO MECHANICS, I. to r: Polleyg P. Harding B. Susemihl: Rich-
ardson. Lower right, WOODSHOP, I. to r: V. Miller, M. Nc-ifc-ld: R.
Sheidyq E. Koerberl D. Favorite.
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Frlztor in Chzef
The Sidelighfs staff was
organized in March of 1951.
This was the first year a
staff had been organized be-
fore the senior year. Stu-
dents worked hard all sum-
mer to make the basic out-
lines of the book. The usual
problems connected with
year book preparationsg pa-
trons, photography, copy,
art work and publicity were
taken in stride, as was the
added responsibility of train-
SIDELIGHTS BOARD-Seated fl.
to nj: Mrs. Sentz, Advisorg G
Lausch, Page Sellingg J. Coyle, Pa
trons,' C. Frantz, Copy Editorg E
Ecsery, Copy Editorg M. L. Lynch
Art Editorg S. Berry, Secretary. Stand-
ing: M. Tate, Business Editorg C. La-
Mason, Business Manngerg A. Wen-
ncrstrom, Business Editorg P, McCoy,
Picture Takingg H. Jcnncss, Photogra-
phy Ecliforg M. Harbaugh, Editor-im
ing juniors for the coming
We wish to thank Mr.
Hook's mechanical drawing
class and the commercial de-
partment for their assistance
in producing this annual.
SIDFLIC HIS STAPI' If w I fl alir L trsohn R L hc
Lofkry b Roy 11 Miss Cooper Asszstant Advisor Row 2 L Row: L Propf P rlurn
,ll 1 ow cnncdy llS inc I zz A Lllfllllflfl
Morrison P Strut F Fcdcr Row 5 C Hildcbmndt L Wxrtimn W Bittner
EDITORS Seated: Coyle, A. Smith: Standing: M. Stiles,
N. Breidenbaughg S. Royal.
As Towson has grown, so has the Talisman, the
school's bi-monthly newspaper. This year its size was
increased from four to five columns. A capable staff of
juniors and seniors have worked closely with Mr. Charles
Brorne, the new advisor. Numbering thirty-five stu-
dents, the staff was considered unusually large. There
were numerous others, who wrote for Talisman for the
Talismanls purpose is to report the news of Towson
' k' of the student body
High, and to reflect the thin ing
There are several standing features appearing now in
er. The staff, through news stories,
each issue of the pap
' res and sketches, aims to make
an int ' ' f mative paper.
erestmg and in or
I to 1' C HamangJ.
Row I: . . ..
Gaglianog E. Ecseryg J. Sehulerg Jo n-
son. Row 2: M. Hiplcyg L. Easton, B. Drake,
N. Collier, E. German, J. Otto, N. Breidenbaugh. Row 3: K. Nelson, S. Royal,
E. Simsg M, Stilesg J. Quesenberry. Row 4: D. Tippc-tt, N. Adams! L. Persohng
H baugh' N. Ranking L. Rowe, A. Hermann. Row 5: C. Frantz, J. Mc-
M'hm' S Berry. Row 6: R. Carey, S. Bolt-
M. ar ,
' ' k'llg B. Cockeyg B. 1 , .
' ' l 5 J. Davis.
Mains, C. Gas i
mang N. Seimg C. Schuckleg A. Smith, J. Coy e
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I EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
STANDINGS P. Turnbull, chief juxticeg J, Davis, treasurer.
SEATED: S. Corey, vice prexidentg J. Bishop, presidentj
V. Chinsley, secretary.
Row I: l. to r: T. Beachleyg L. Pinkncrg N.
Royalg G. Bensong E. Kaufmang D. Lock-
wood. Row 2: S. Shelleyg R. Norrisg R.
VanEss3 R. Aikeng H. Shock. Row 3: M.
Hobbsg P. Edwardsg E. Drivcrg C. Gaskillg
S. Ottog J. Joncsg P. Mulliking M. Stilesg
Mr. Lewis, sponsor. Row 4: S. Morrisg S.
Royalg B. Andersong H. Burnsg V. Sourisg
S, Whitefordg C. Hogarthg B. Ransoneg B.
Lease. Row 5: E. Cowang H. Jennessg P.
McCoy5 B. Wilsong H. Adkinsg C. Smithg
P. Coyleg B. Smithg S. Heldg N. Isennock.
The Student Government As-
sociation is the governing body
of Towson High and all other
organizations are chartered by and
subordinate to the S.G.A. It lo-
cates and tries to solve any school
problems and is responsible for
The Board of Elections, in
charge of all school electionsg
and the Student Court, which
punishes students who violate
school laws, are organizations op-
erating under the S.G.A.
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Seated: l. to r: P. Turnbullg B. Ballardg P. Howellg
S. Schuckg Miss Merrick, sponsor. Standing:
to r, D. Huffingtong J. Jamesg P.
Ensorg F. Federg R. Barrg L.
Harbackg D. O'Brien,
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Row I: I. to r: B. Esselg JIT' wifi! fLL--'Af N3
A. Esselg S. Heldg S. ol!" 'rv If" , Ji Y ,..Qfii'-LQ.,f
Morrisg H, Burnsg D. tip ' , ' - ..Q' ',.'l'.'CiW
Deibertg N. Drewryg P. 9 jr' ,I ' '
Gettman. Row 2: M. Po- ,ab 1 l"l
livkag B. Remleyg E. Sny- I
derg B. Milesg P. Howellg
E. Oosterlingg D. Phil-
lips: J, Schuler, Row 3:
J. Thiemeyerg M. Thie-
meyerg B. Taylorg J.
Grauelg A. Cyphersg J.
Gibb: G. Penningtong J.
Long. Row 4: S. Gahs'
M. Thomas: J. Lucka-
baughg P. Lindeg B. An
dersong J. Johnsong E
Germang S. Ferguson.
Row 5: G. Lindnerg N.
Adamsg S. Ottog C. Gas-
killg L. Hoffag G. Lee
N. McKewing R. Dyson.
Row 6: B. Akensg N.
Bevansg M. Thrashg R.
Sniderg M. Altschullg J.
Eekersg--B. Dorng P. Mc-
Coy. Row 7: E. Sheckellsg
J. Archerg S, Belleg M.
Bonhageg P. Mooreg M.
L, Eichlerg J. DiMarinog
P. Turnbull. Row 8: S.
Nickleg V. Chinsleyg
Quesenberryg P. Mulli-
king E. Simmsg M. Stiles'
A. Stapf: N. Klatt.
BOARD OF ELECT I C DNS
,yegafuf :Service given wiflz a Ami e.
The end of the school year finds the Towson Ma gm kkil
Athletic Association with another successful ath- "ii A
letic year. To further school spirit, the Ninth An-
nual Homecoming and the Third Annual Facul-
ty Night were held at school.
Intramural competition was encouraged by the
newly organized point system. The system gave a
certain number of points to each student partici-
pating. Shields and certificates were awarded
when a specified total was reached.
Numerous pep-rallies proved wcessful and en-
couragedgacfiool spirit, Towson may well be proud
of thwe Athletic Association for its many accomplish-
ments. K 'K .il
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T.A.A. OFFICERS I. to r: G. Shaffer, presidentg B.
Yutzy, Jecretaryg L. Worth, vice-presidentg B, Cockey,
Row I: l. to r, J. Rittcrg B. Grocsscrg Whitcg R. Clingmang D. Tippctt: S. Archcnsbrcnncr. Row 2: D. Har-
rison: Archer: N, Klatt: P. Andrewsg L, Persohng Johnsong P. Linde. Row 3: Ottcg Schulcrg D.
Howardg D. Browng M. Klattg G. Lausch. Row 4: J. Qucscnbcrry: E. Simmsg C, Livingstong N. Drewryg J.
Wolfg M. Gadd. Row 5: Mr. Walker, rponxorg G. McJilton1 E, Oostcrlingg S. Smithg S. Schmidt: M. Mocllerg
R. N bl ' ' ' '
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74 P. Grafton.
Upper left, Bus COUNCIL, I. to r: Row I: G.
Shatlk-rg P. Gardm-r: J. Caglianog D. Taylorg
M. Burtong N. Portrr: J. Flvmingg R, Patter-
son. Rozv 2: J. Spvrlg G. Pvarcc-3 C. Hamang
A. Donnvllyg M. Amos. R. Klint-3 A. Fulmvrg
R. Snidvr. Row Si: B. Knightg Miss Pyle, xpon-
xorq N. Sharrvrg D. Svc: R. Classg B. Gowlg B.
Povllingvrg J, W4-stvrmang K. Whitt: Center
left, Liiumux' Clmrix, l, to r: H. Pc'tc-rscng B.
Rcmlvyg M, Fortivr: B. Roberts. Row 2: Mrs.
Clr'vc'r1gc'r, .vjmn.ior,' B. Ritfhivg NI, Sfhisslvrl
B. llxxllg K. Vicki-ryg F. WVirtz1 Il. Srhriviclcr.
Center right, Lotzxiak Crzicw, I. to 1: D. Jackson:
Ll. Frantz: Miss lN'yin:in, .vponsmg R. Schavwcl:
R. Cvrlirrg N, l'vtvrson1 R, Stull: Thrift.
Ismvm right, Rrzmwrioxisrs, I. to r: Row I:
B, Mc'Cown1 N. lwlifllvlg L. Mvycrsg Miss lVat'li1
YV. Flanagan. R. Utliv: B. Robvrts. How 2: S.
Svhc-ll: Srlii-i':-rg E. Oostcrlingi S. llvldq Mr.
Lvslivg B, Milam: R. Dyson: K, liirhlvr: S.
Fvrguson: B. lV:1lt1'r.
. 1 If-v 'The Bus Counfil kf'0ps ac'c'uratr' l'lC'I'll.1l
r' avcounts of the studcnts riding to md
from srhool on busvs. and svnds a month
- ly report to tho Board of Education.
The mvmbcrs of tho Library Club Choc lt
books in and out. and assist tho libraiim
in numvrous othvr ways.
The Lovker Crew 5 its '
Septmnbcr w t, ' s ockcrs
The Rwvptionists arf' stationvd outsidt'
thc' guiclancv ofhrvs and in that main lob-
by. 'l'lic'y gvt valuable' ofhvf' training in
t, ps. C ' ds of
ation' f each
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STAGE CREW Row 1: l. to r, L. Byrne: C. Espositcg L. Cousins:
Row 2: D. Benferg J. Hawkg R. Cowg Mr. Brennang Row 3: B. Toyerg
D. Hertrickg T. Beckett.
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MASQUERS I foreground: l
to 1: R. Richterg W. Litsinger
J. Epperson. Row 2.' Leslie
Jonesg M. Emgeg A. Lehrerg
P. Hagang P. Phillips: P.
Mooreg M. Bonhageg J. Lintong
F. Deilyg F. Vandermast.
Selecting plays, designing sets, applying grease
paint, making props, acting and directing are jobs
familiar to members of the school dramatic socie-
ty, "Masquers" Its members are students of the
dramatic classes I and II.
The organization began its season this year with
the presentation of Pride and Prejudice, full length
play based on Jane Austin's novel. The next pro-
duction was the operetta, The Mikado, which the
Masquers helped the Glee Club put on. Through-
out the second semester several one-act plays were
Working in close association with Masquers in
staging and the construction of sets was the Stage
Crew under the direction of Mr. William Bren-
MASQUERS II Row I.' l. to r: S. Schuckg C. Pajarinen'
B. McCowng S. Nugentg J. Davisg H. Jennessg C. Schuck-
le. Row 2: W. Millerg S. Gerdingg R. Martin: A. Stapf'
S. Nickleg P. Yaegerg S. Bull. Row 3: D. Dicgertg
McMains3 T. Miller: C. Dandog A. Hessg H. Downing:
E. Ford. Row 4: C. Platcg R. Wintersg L, Pinknerg
T. Elderg P. Merriman: D. Huflingtong Miss Klier,
G. Hurlbrink. Row I.' V. Shaw:
J. Seimg N. Drewryg J. Crouchg
G. Claypoolg H. Burnsg B.
Pritchardg C. Parrg P. Clarkg
Music organizations at Towson High supply the
school with enjoyable entertainment and offer special
opportunities for many students in music education.
The Boys' Chorus and Glee Club prepare as-
sembly program and concert numbers. The main
project of the Glee Club this year was the operetta,
The Mikado, done in collaboration with Masquers.
Its members also sang at the Christmas play and gave
a spring program. Several took part in the All
Maryland Chorus. The Boys' Chorus appeared in
school performances throughout the year.
A band is offered for students who are interested
in instrumental music. Towson's band gave its an-
nual spring concert. played at most of the school as-
semblies, and turned into a marching band for out-
of-door varsity games.
Upper left, Boys' CHORUS, Row I: l. to 1: C. Lottnerg A.
Perry, R. Rowlandsg M. Morrisong D. Stonerg Miss Ansley,
sponsor. Row 2: G. Smithg D. Howard: C. Meyerg C. Lege-
derg F. Carson. Row 3: C. McFarland, Cummins, C.
Armacostg M. Swctnarng G. Rileyg T. McGuigan. Row 4:
D. Larseng P. Merriman, D. Harrison, T. Elder, W. Tracey,
H. Howell, R. Pittman. Row 5: S. McVeyg W. Fleisch-
manng D. Collignong G. Athyg W. Gerber. Upper right,
GLEE CLUB, Row I.' l. to 1: P. Little, C. Lambrechtg L.
Myers, P. Mustermang R. Gerberg C. Duekwallg S. Sethg
C. Oertclg B. Sirking Nengel. Row 2: B. Gates, N. Stro-
terhoffg M. Schisslerg B. Ritchieg S. Schuckg W. Miller, E.
Smith, F. Hyde, E. Merritt: Stevenson. Row 3: D.
Freenyg P. Merriman, M. Morrisong B. Stoughg E. Vanikg
N. Klattg B. Ransoneg P. Ransoneg N. McKewing P. Wil-
liamsg C. Dando. Row 4: E. Machesncyg D. Harrisong A.
Bailleulg A. Van Alstyneg D. Diegertg G. Smith, S. Alt-
schullg T. McGuigang L. Harbackg C. Lottererg G. Ward.
Row 5: B. Dewling C. Culp, B. Bevinsg G. Trotter: K.
Rippelmeyerg P. Crawfordg A. Perryg Cummins, D. Stonerg B. Tracy. Row 6: Miss Ansley, .rpansorg B. Gerber P. Birch,
M. Kilchensteing D. Larsen: H. Howell, D. Huffington: D. Howard. Below, BAND, I. to r: N. Gerber: D. Zembowerg R. Mc-
Donaldg R. Wollschlagerg D. Coumontg R, Ourslerg C. Browng R. Oltmang A. Traffer: R. Andersong A. Sehmersalg T. Wil-
lctt: M. Bcrstcin: P. Baileyg J. Novotnyg VV. Houscg D. Wcsselg G, Athyg D. Owensg W. Good: R. Lundquistg A. Maches-
C. Thomas, R. Figgc, K. Sharp, A. Kellyg Mnjorettes: S. Fox: M. Bond: S. Beellg C. Lego.
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By observation and practice teaching
in elementary schools the members of
the Future Teachers of America were
able to investigate various methods of
The members of the Future Busi-
ness Leaders of America strived to
develop competent business leadership
by serving both the school and the com-
For the best projects in embroidery,
knitting. needlepoint, and crocheting
the Needle and Stitch Club awarded a
prize each half year.
The students composing the Biology
Club were interested in following the J
study of plants and animals and special- .
izing in animal surgery.
BIOLOGY CLUB, l. to r: Row I: Miss Roberts, sponsor: C.
Cassidy: D. Freeny: C. Lewis. Row 2: C. Flechman: R.
Kamps: Hoy: R. Reilly.
Upper left, FUTURE TEACHERS or AMERICA, l. to r: Row I
R. Gerber: C. Frantz: C. Duckwall: R. Uthe: P. McCoy
J. Eckers: K. Nelson: M. Schafer. Row 2: E. Veigel: B
Akers: N. Bevand: P. Windoler: L. Brown: P. Williams
B. Wilson: M. Polivka: B. Marshall: B. Drake. Row 3: Mis!
Wack, sponsor: M. Thiemcycr: Thiemeyer: Schuler: J
Busick: T. Jenkins: C. Dando: L. Sherrill. Row 4: C
Roberts: B. Taylor: P. Kelly: B, Zieber: Peat: D. Jenkins
L. Colwell: L. Easton. Row 5: P. Cockrell: S. Smith: E
Snyder: N. Collier: M. Otfutt: B. Essel: S. Gahs: B. iNes-
sel. Row 6: S. Hartwell: J. Kane: P. Phillips: M. Thomas
J. Bowman: Westerman: Sevick. Center, FUTURE BUS-
INEss LEADERS OF AMERICA, l. to r: Row I: O. Burk: A.
Henry: N. Hurley: N. Michel: A. Francis: Grail: M.
Pfeiffer: M. Ross. Row 2: R. Class: G. Pearce: J. Lewis:
F. Heacock: J. Freeland. Row 3: D. See: M. Shanahan:
F. McAflee: C. Harmony: S, Riley: E. Sheclcclls. Row 4:
S. King: L. Myers: V, Riley: D. Hurline: S. Hicner.
Row 5: L. Costa: J. Harvey: G. Bosley: A. Watchman: N.
Yeager: L. Chenowith: B. Umbcrgcr: K. Craefe. Row 6:
S. Ferguson: W. Flanagan: H, Wambach: E. Smith: A.
Boscly. Row 7.' R. Dyson: Leeson: L. Kiser: S. Wilson:
M. Hobbs. Row 8: B. Hannibal: W. Trautwein: P. Swan:
C. Price: B. Riley. Row 9: D. Reber: H. Harvey: S.
McKey: Linton: T, McGuigan: L. Smith: Miss Stevens.
NEEDLE AND STITCH, I. to r: Row I: Mrs. Lambros, sponsor:
D, Noll: M. Williams: B. Gowl: B. Dietz: J. Rader: B.
Kurth: P. Quatman: B. Huth. Row 2: D. Diegert: M.
Bolander: A. Bailleul: D, Ensor: Crouch: P. Gettman: B.
Strangman: C. Gardner: M. Geist: J. Plaine: E. Macfar-
lane: McDermott. Row 3: B. Dorn: B. Howard: D.
Muth: F. Miller: G. Claypool: C, Crane: Spangler:
I. Sohl S. Uhlan: K. Eichler: D. Jackson: G. Ensorg J.
Hett: M. Kinard: R. Stinefelt.
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The Photography Club tried to advance the
interest and knowledge of the students. The club
furnished supplies to the members for their photo-
Learning the essentials of a car's mechanics was
the purpose of both Auto Shop Clubs. The girls
learned simple repairing, while the boys specialized.
The Shop Improvement Club works for the im-
provement of various pieces of shop equipment.
They work on and observed safety conditions for
working with the diflierent machines. JN..
The Towson Drivers' Association studied safety "V"
laws and showed several movies on the subject. The L'
club also sponsored driving skill tests for the mem- ' if
Upper left, Boys' AUTO Mscxmwics, Z. to r: Row I: -
K. Millerg D. Spriggsg D. Bowermanq Jainesg R. Wheeler. f
Row 2.' M. Gizzig M. Zinkhang Richardsong H. Harding
K. Ballweg. Row 3: W. Susemihlg J. Polleyg F. Thompsong
R. Glaserg C. Brookhart. Row 4: W. Hammondg V. Tonerg R. Wolfeg S. Nelson. Upper right, GlRl,S, AUTO MEc:HAN1c:s CLUB,
l. to r. Row I: S. Heldg A. Fulmerq R. Sniederg M. Bondage: A. Sehultyg J. Powersg M. Hobbs: D, Hieng P. Clarkg R.
Ganottig D. Taylorg N. Porterg F. Hydeg B. Godwin P. Smickg B. Poellinger. Row 2: E. Oosterlingg N. Klbbeg B. Hoff-
man' . Flemin ' P. Moore' S. Bellg R. Parrish: M. Parrishg F.. Myersg E, Hodgesg M. Sniederg J. Sperlg D. Bechtoldg A. Roseh,
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M. Hamerickg Millerg E. Dilworth. Center, Towsox IDRIVERSJ ASSOCIATION, I. to rf Row I: H, Harding W. Devilbissg
C. MeComasg T. VVardg Mr. Bayley, sponsor. Row 2: R. Hammond: D. Bowermang R, Derbyg B. Yeatmang W. Boehmeg R.
Duncan. Row 3: R, Wolfg Breymaierg G. Hatchg P, Birehg Bradfordq D. Brornwell. Row 4: Bowermang J. Nashg Booneg
W. Coleg B. Shockg G. Neumeisterg P. Street. Row 5: R. Gayg R. Dettnerg P. Cuzzog J. Schaferg C. Fickg E. R111-yg C, Ruhl.
Row 6: R. Wheelerg R. Glaserg M. Zinkhamg S. Nelson: W. Susemihlg Polley. Lower left, PHOTOGRAPHY Guin, l. to 1:
Row I: D. Coumontg L. Wirtanen: R. Rosehg R. Clusman: W. Hoyg D, Vanden-Bosche. Row 2: C. Denningg M. Chr-sneyg B.
Nanzg M. Carswellg C. Leeg D. Wentworth. Row 3: C. Lenneng D. Brown: R. Sammg R. VVhiteg M. McKewin1 B. Me-
Laughlin. Row 4: Knightg K. Gallsg E. Machesneyg F. Oltmang T. Taylorg M. Longg Lyon. Lower right, SHOP IM-
PROVICMRNT CLUB, I. to r: Row I: B. Bakerg M. Burtong Millerg P. Musterman. Row 2: D. Smithg J. Hodgesg C. Fiekg L.
Peaceg W. W'eyantg R. O'Brieng Mr. Keenan, sponsor.
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Many other clubs are available as extra-curricular
activities for any students who want to take part in them.
In the line of sports there are the Boys' Sports Club, the
Bowling Club, and the G.A.L.S. The activities of the
Boys' Sports Club included gymnastic work as well as
actual team sports. The Bowling Club was divided in-
to teams and enjoyed competing with other schools. As-
sisting gym teachers in conducting classes and refe-
reeing girls' intramural games were the jobs of the Girls'
Athletic Leaders' Service or the G.A.L.S.
The Projection Crew handled all the films which
were shown to the school. The Radio Hams learned
about radio reception and listened to short wave broad-
Some very delicious foods were cooked and enjoyed
by the Girls' and Boys' Cooking Clubs. The Dancing
Club enabled students to learn the basic steps of ball-
room dancing and the correct manners for social dances.
The Junior Red Cross Club and the United Na-
tions Youth Club have a national and international val-
ue. The members of the U.N.Y. Club learned about cur-
rent problems, the activities of the U.N. and the cus-
toms of the people of the world. The first aid and other
.3 training courses studied by the jr. Red Cross Club per-
mitted the members after the course to take part in civil
defense projects. x
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Upper left, PROJECTION CREW, l. to r: Row I: W. Francisg R.
Frischg D. Clusmang R. Smithg L. Motterg Mr. Deuber, sponror.
Row 2.' C. Thomasg R. Reschg C. Plateg G. Kirkpatrickg B.
Barksdaleg T. Aiken: W. Schreiber. Row 3: D. Frisch: A.
Trufferg T. Shambcigcg H. Shockg C. Hillg D. Bayneg O. Hcrbertg S. Cranc. Row 4: W. Dandog B. Krause: B. Lentzg W.
Shaprawg A. Barclayg W. Hilgartnerg R. Pittg C. Nicoll. Center, RADIO HAMS, l to r: Row I: R. Beasley: R. Eggers: A.
Barclayg W. Braymang D. Crowley. Row 2: R, Bennett: R. Sweanyg B. Denbowg C. Nicollg Mr. Buck, rponsor. Lower left,
UNITED NATIONS YOUTH, I. to r: Row I: Mr. Bogusko, sponsor: J. Engleg L. Skinner: R. Lindquistg D. Stoner: A. Bishop.
Row 2: N. Parksg E. Nolte: C. Kennedy: B. Sirking S. Kilroyg B. Bayer: M.'Arminger. Lower right, JUNIOR RED Cnoss, l. to
r: Row I: L. Croyle: C. Payneg S. Bull: P. Yaeger. Row 2: 1. Novotonyg M. Altschullg M. Thraskg E. Bannisterg N. Strofft. Row:
3: R. Guidicc: R. Schmidt: S. Groatg N. Faith: J. Falesg B. Kempskeg B. Howard. Row 4: R. Bosleyg B. McLa.ughling J. Murphyg
J. Nashg M. Rutchowg M. Ackriodg F. Howard: B, Wcssel. Row 5: Mrs. Ridgely, Mrs. Payne, sponsors.
Upper left, COOKING CLUII, l. to rx Row I: N. Cranston,
T. Eschmanng W. Banistcrg S. Lcwisg T. Rilcyg A. Natalcg
R. Harlow, J. Ritter. Row 2: L. Schmidt, R. Kline, S.
Joncsg M. DeCr:-sc-nt, S. Krinklcg L. Myvrsg B. Lymbc-rg,
D. HI-attf-rirhg E. Stull, E. Sfhacwclg Mrs. Simmons, Miss
Miller, sponsor.I,' Row 3: N. Faustg S. Lankfordg C. Cowang
D. VVilhr'lIIIg P. Stifllr-rg P. Stiff, M, Schwarzkopfg Thrift.
Row 4: Rupp:-rsbrrgcrg R. Richter, R. Parsons, A. Graf-
ton, Linton, A. Popp. Row 5: R. Rairf-ghg F. Bachmaivrg
W. Van Essg G. Hurlbrinkg T. McMahon, Crawford, R.
Duncan, K. Patterson, A. KI-ck, Upper right, DANCING
CLUB, I. lo r: Row I: P. Swan, M. Ward, M. Emgcg S.
Hughes, T. Campbell. Row 2: B. Jung, B. Grceng Mai-
brrgg C. Jones, J. Krntg P. Rosso. Row 3: P. Rushing, I.
Watts: G. Clayton: C. Staffag L. Smith, B. Harding. Center
left, Boys' SPORT CLUB, l. to r: Row I: Mr. Nardonc, span:
sorg J. Williamsg Oliver, B. Masilekg B. Thomas, B.
Knight: J. Lymbcrgg Mr. Thomas, sponsor. Row 2: W. Bis-
st-lg N. Norris: W. Lad:-rerg A. Thomas, R. Laumanng G.
Bcnsnn. Row 3: T. Baker: S, Wattsg D. Parksg G. Kilmer,
V. Yinglingg F. Wiblc. Row 4: B. Parsonsg C. McWatc-rs,
F. Kinnt-arg G. Hatch, R. Ruby, C. Imhofli. Row 5:
Kaufman: W. Wt-yantg E. Winandg C. Br:-idcnbaughg B.
Shzinklin. Row 6: D, Jc'flf'rf'c'sg E, Grvvncg C. Downrsg W.
Shvllryg B. Millvrg D. D:'Vcas. Center right, GIRLS, ATH-
LETIC LEADERS, SOCIETY, I. to r: Row I: G. Shaffer, N.
Klattg M. Envy: M. Klattg S. Dawson. Row 2: M. Bond,
S Foxwrllg B. Smith: S, Smith: B. Andvrsong J. Joncsg
J. Johnson: P, Lintlv. Row 3: B. Bakr-r: J. llzillg B. Wilson: C. SChzIfTcr3 G. Lindvrg P. Colvmang P. Andvrsong Miss Bvhlmcr,
xponwr. I40ZL't'I' lrft, BowI.ING clI.UH, I. to I: Row I: B. Zivbvrg J. Pt-ut: B. Drzikcg J. Jon:-sg D. Brown: L. Cousinsg Wetantg
C. SH0l'yt'Ill50SQ F. Strzvlfzykg T. 'lirvflvvziyg D. Stoncr. Ron' 2: K. VVhitI-3 M, Thivnivyrrg Thirlnryc-rg I. Bass: W. Millvrg Mc-
MZllllS1 li. Sp:-Illini: D. Covxilivyg D. Couinont. Row ff: Spvrlg E. Vanikg M. Harbaughg N. Ranking Parsons, K. Nvlsong
J. Egiivrg P. Strcvt. Now Al: M. Yivrlingg B. llopkinsg A. Fix: Brightg M. Mot-llt-rg E. Dietz: G, Spivcrg B. Shock.
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Cheerleaders are an important part of the ath-
letic program. This year Towson's cheerleaders
were headed by Maggie Eney. The squad was di-
vided into two groupsg varsity and junior varsity.
Each year spring tryouts are held to instruct
promising girls in the basic cheers and motions. A
board of teachers acts as judge. The girls chosen
serve as cheerleaders the following year. Maroon
K'T's" with megaphones superimposed over them
are awarded to the cheerleaders each season.
The squad this year was the largest Towson has
ever had and it performed its job well in helping
to stir up school spirit at all the games.
Panel l. to fi Row I: M. Davisg A. Smithg M. Eney, head cheer-
leaderg J. Schulerg P. Gettman. Row 2: C. Smithg P. john-
song Otteg M. Powersg P. Mullikin, manager.
A. Smith, M. Eney and M. Davis give a hearty cheer for Tow-
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VARSITY SOCCER Row I: l. to 1, R. Careyg Richardsong N. Norrisg D. Col-
lignong R. Bromwellg R. Shoekg V. Yingling. Row 2: E. Speerg V. Wattsg F. Cypullg
F. Federg J. Whiteg W. Laderer Row 3: R. VandenBoschc-1 J, Erngeg K. Rippcl-
meyerg R. Rowlandsg J. Matthewsg T. Jessopg G. Athyg Mr. Reber, coach.
Tows0n's '51 varsity soccer team had a very suc-
cessful season, Coach Francis Rc-her and his as-
. sistant, Coach Evan Nardone. spent many long,
hard hours working with the players. As a result,
the team scored eighteen goals in competition,
while their opponents scored only eight points
against them. This record showed the capability
of the soccer team and the high morale which re-
sulted from the encouragement of Captain Dave
Collignon and Coach Reber.
Although many outstanding varsity players grad-
uate this year. the underclassmen show promise.
Benefiting by this year's experience, they look for-
ward to another good season next year.
The members of the junior varsity were a will-
ing and hard working group of hoys with a "never
say die" attitude during the soccer season. Of the
three games played. they won one, lost one, and
tied one. Most of the players are planning to
be on the soccer teams again next year.
J.V. SOCCER Row I: I to r: j. Ritterg R. Boweng J.
Henseheng B. Pittman: R. Marchardg G. Anthonyg
Carroll. Row 2: E. Burns: R. Fosterg R. Richter: A.
Smithg G. McKenzieg H. Hessg C. Armacostg D. Frisch.
Row.3.' Mr. Nardone, coachg N. Cranstonq J, Crawforelg
R. Laumanng K. Blakerg S. Rushg Williamsg J. Emge'
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VARSITY BASKETBALL-Row I: R. Rubyg N. Norrisg W. Ladererg A. Thomas. X
Row 2: D. Vanden Boscheg W. Baynesg D. Sedlackg E. Speerg R. Laumann. Row 3: l '
E. Suessg H. Donnellg B. Yeatmang V. Yinglingg Mr. Walker, coach.
The boys' varsity basketball team was built
around last year's junior varsity and the freshman-
sophomore basketball team. All but one member
of last year's iirst string squad was lost to grad-
uation. When try-outs began in early fall there
was the usual enthusiastic attendance from boys
throughout the school.
Every day the team practiced after school in
the gym until 5:30. The boys worked on offensive
and defensive plays, and both one and two-handed
shots and passes. The medicine ball, a weighted
basketball, was used for conditioning.
One half of the games were played away and
one half on home court. Kenwood, Milford Mill
and Sparrows Point offered the stiffest competi-
tion. Several games at the beginning of the sea-
son were very disappointing, as Towson lost each
game by only one point.
Benefiting from this year's experience, and
with several potential stars on the junior varsity
team, the basketball season next year should be
even more successful.
J.V. BASKETBALL-Row I: R. Smithg M. Smithg B.
Boweng R. Rowlandsg R. Pittman. Row 2: A. Smithg P.
Shockg T. Bakerg J, Emgeg K. Rippelmeyerg D. Stroh-
meyer. Row 3: D. Aikeng G. Kilmerg B. Burnsg J. Busch-
mang Mr. Walker, coach.
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VARSITY LACROSSE-fl. to 1. How Ij: F, Cordvllg P. Harding R. Carcyg J
VVhitr: F. Crot-ssl-r: T, Eldvrg D. Collignon. Row 2: Richardsong W. Vancura
R. Barr: K. Rippclnwyr-r: S. Cori-yg L. Cousinsg R. Wintc-rs: E. Cassvdy. Row 3: D
Dt'R0c'hv3 D. Goodrirhg C. Mt'Watcrs: C, Nirollq D. Howardg F. Fvdvrg R. Small
B.X'l'llIlI1llI'l. Row 4: Mr. Lrsliv, conchj F. Clvmc-ntsg D. Vandt'nBosChr'g R. Brom
wvllg D. Parksg E. Sur-ssg W. Ladvrvrg B. Strm-ttg N. Gcrbc-rg Mr, Thomas, coach
Towson's larrossr' tvam will ht' fighting hard this
W svason to uphold its rvputation and its claim to thc'
900 . o County Championship it won last yvar. Losing fif-
I tmfn mon to graduation is a sharp sc'tluac'k for :my
toam and thc' outstanding l-?lllllI'f' of this yvar's
stirkmvn is thvir youth. At prcsc-nt thc' tvzmi svvnis
rather slow. cluv to tht- ixi0xpvi'i01i4'v of thc' hoys,
ts' but as thc' svason progrc'ssvs thc- tram should hm'-
Como strongvr and mort' unihvd. Tho attack, lead
hy Skip Carry, is strongvr than thc' midhvlcl. whirh
nvcds c'onsidvralnl0 df'vPlopmc'nt. Thr- good solid
dcfcnsr headcd by Bill Vanrura should give' it thv
necessary timc to work itsvlf into shapfi. 'l'lu'rv will
be only ont' tcam with adcquatv midfivld rr'svrvc's,
as the two-platoon system of last yvar will hc im-
possible this spring due to tho lark of playvrs.
A good future svvms in prospr-rt for thc' -lay VM'
lacrosse team under the line tutvlagc of Coarh Mcl-
vin Roscnstt-in. This up-and-Coming group of boys
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Q r HYC 2'1I1tli'lp3.tll'lg Z1 great SCZSOD.
J. Y. L.-XCRUSSli-- l. lo r. Hou' 1.' ll. lmhofl: A. ll:-ss
R. Frisrhi D. lfrisvli: C. Platt-1 YV, Rvatlu-rg H, Dinkvr
Q. YN'arr1ngton. Row 3: E. llussvclyi llumvg A. Smith
D. O'Nrilq D, Orvillvg R. K:mips1 Mr. Rosvnstvin, coach
ll. llvssg G. Mc'Kt'n2ii': G. Trottrr: P. Crzlwforfl. Row 2.
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CROSS COUNTRY I. to r. Row I: B. Saifellg R. Vincenteg A. Perryg B. King
R. Lundquistg H. McKennag B. Wines. Row 2: T. Esehmanng R. Seidelg G. Pow-
erg Mooresg E. Suessg R. Sammg T, Shamberger. Row 3: R, Rairighg Busch-
mang D. Sedlackg D. Browng F. Graefeg B. Thomasg B. Brainardg E. Corahey.
Row 4: Mr. Walker, coachg P. Crawfordg D. Strohmcyerg A. Nataleg B. Thomas
J. Hawkg C. Meyerg G. Kilmer.
arriem :Score again.
TRACK I. to r. Row I: J. Booneg L. Purycarg J. Bayerg C. Cassidyg D. Mat-
thcwsg B. Thomasg R. Rairighg T., Aikc-ng B. Fosterg H. McKenna. Row 2: T
Eschmanng W. Coleg J. Mooresg E. Greeneg B. Parsonsg C. Meyerg R. Seidelg T
Rubclingg R. Sammg A. Nataleg H. Shock. Row 3: Mr. Exum, coach D. Smith
B. Thompsong B. Saflellg R, Vincenteg G. Arog W. Baynesg F. Wibleg J. Busch-
mang Mr. Walker, coach.
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The varsity cross country team
or the 4'Red Devils". as they have
been nicknamed, had a very suc-
cessful season. Runners practiced
faithfully every day after school
under the guidance of Coach Ran-
dolph Walker, and were well re-
warded for their efforts. As in the
past three years, Towson's team won
the county championship, making
them undefeated at all the county
meets for four consecutive years.
If the outcome of the track sea-
son could be predicted by the en-
thusiastic turnout, Towson's Har-
riers would be sure to win their
third County Championship. Thir-
ty-three boys came out this spring,
among them are several veterans
from the previous team. Many of
the boys have gained experience
by running cross cc-untry in the fall.
Track does not have scheduled
league games, so the team makes
its own schedule, playing both city
and county teams from public and
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VARSITY HOCKEY Row I.' l. to r: Miss Dobihal, coachj B. Dewling P. Littleg D
McClureg L. Persohn. Row 2: P. Gardnerg N. Isc-nnockg R. Lewisg J. Otteg C
Lake. Row 3: G. Shafferg F. Keisterg W. Houseg P. Andersong B. Andersong S. Daw-
Under the direction of their new coavh,
Miss Gloria Dobihal, the girls' varsity hockey
team had a good season. Only three players
returned from last yearis varsity team, but the
new members developed rapidly into skilled
players. The team won three and tied five
of the eight games played. They ended the
season in second place in the County League.
One member of Towson's varsity squad,
Phyllis Gardner, team goalie, made the Bal-
timore All Star Hockey Team.
The junior varsity had an equally good
season, winning two games and losing one.
Both teams played hard and kept their op-
ponents on guard at all times.
J.V. HOCKEY Row I: I. to r: D. Priceg P. Lindeg M.
Smithg Johnsong M. Klattg N. Klatt, Row 2: S. Smithg
H. Burnsg E. Simms: E. Oosterlingg N. Drewryg L. Cop-
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VARSITY BASKETBALL-Row I: B. Harveyg M. Gaddg D. McClure5 E. Sims, i 'l
N. Klatt. Row 2: B. Anderson, J. Shellerg M. Moellerg H. Burns. Row 3: Miss X 'f
Behlmerg L. Birteherdg J. Sevickg P. Gardnerg S, Dawsong D. Taylor.
As all of the hrst string girls, varsity basket.-
ball team graduated last year, it was neces-
sary to develop a completely new team for
the 1951-52 season. Many of this year's first
string players played on second string or
last year, and with practice they develop-
ed into a closely-knit team. The team
had many new members also.
Running exercises got the girls into condi-
tion. Overhand, underhand, and chest pass-
es were practiced, and single and double
bounce techniques were emphasized.
The team, coached by Miss Alice Behl-
mer, played hard and well throughout the
J.V. BASKETBALL-Row I: M. Smithg P. Andrewsg
F. Keisterg S. Bush. Row 2: D. Taylorg L. Langg J.
Gravelg E. Oosterlingg M, Rankin. Row 3: S. Dawsong
S. Smithg J. Hall, S. Heldg Miss Belhmer, coach.
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The varsity softball team practiced
long and hard after sehool in hopes
of keeping the high league standings
they attained last year. This was Coach
Gloria l'7obihal's first year for train-
ing the softball team.
Our "national sport" was well rep-
resented at Towson. The nueleus was
composed of players from last year's
Ameriean Legion Championship team. '
A new baseball diamond was Complet-
ed in the spring. which helped to keep
players in high spirits.
Right-Nancy Carroll gets ready to hit
the ball, while jean Carter pitches, Joan
Seviek eatrhes, and Gloria Shaffer plays
shortstop. BrI0u'fButeh Yingling strikes
out after Stanley Pryor has delivered a pitch
Caught by Norman Norris.
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Coach Alive liehliner had a large turn-
out for her volleyball teams. For this rea-
son. seniors were dropped unless they made
the varsity volleyball team. The girls could
be found every afternoon practicing their
serves. assists, block and spike shots. The
games will be played from Nlareh through
May and it is hoped that the girls will win
over all of their opponents.
Barbara llarvey, Beth Dewlin and Dotty
McClure are making a valiant efl'ort to re-
turn their Opponents serve.
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A short presentation entitled "The Gifts"
was chosen as this year,s Christmas Play and
was given to the P.T.A. on December 14.
It was an imaginary account of what the
boy Jesus might have done with the gifts
presented to him by the three kings.
"Pride and Prejudice", a comedy of man-
ners of the 19th century, portrayed the fran-
tic efforts of a mother to get her five daugh-
ters rnarried. It was given on November
29 and 30 by the Masquers.
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P. T. A. held its second
annual barn dance.
Those who attended en-
joyed the Halloween set-
ting of witches, pump-
kins, cornstalks and a
1 gypsy fortune teller.
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nc-rg K. Nclson: H. Ferkler. Row 5: C. Lakcg C. Lccg
N. McKPwing E. Grrmang B. Drake. Row 6: A. Hcssg
J. Briccg A. Marhcsney.
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N. Michel: P, Thomasg B. Pocllingc-r. Row 2: C.
Youngmang F. Hydcg N. Porter.
Lower fight-M. Harbaugh, Sidelights Editor-in-Chief,
consults the four class presidents, H. Hess, S. Corey, R.
Noble, and N. Brcidcnbaugh about individual pictures
of the undcrclassmcn.
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Adams, Jr.
Mr. Leonard A. Allison
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anderson
Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Ballard
Miss R. Louise Balls
Mrs. S. R. Sloane Barclay
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Barr
Mr. and Mrs. William Barrett
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Bechtold
The Benson Family
Mr. J. Bernhardt
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Berry
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Bishop
Mr. Ray Bissell
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Bittle
and Mrs. H. W. Bittner
and Mrs. Charles A. Bishop
Mr. and Mrs. M. Boehme
Dr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. David F.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Elmer F. Corey
Charles W. Cowan
John Coyle, Jr.
R. G. Crush
C. L. Culp
Robert C. Currens
Fred H. Cypull
James P. Davis
Mrs. James F. H. Gorsuch
Mr. and Mrs. Ted E. Gowl
and Mrs. C. R. Grafton
Mr. Charles Grafton
and Mrs. Charles Grail
Mrs. E. H. Grams
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Guzzo
Mr. and Mrs. John K. Hafer
Leonard W, DeMan '
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. E. A. Bogusko
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
A. H. Boldtman
Mr. and Mrs. Albert W. Bond
Mr. David Bopst w
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin M. Bosley
Mr. Biays S. Bowerman
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
W. G. Bowles
William V. Brabham
W. E, Brainard
Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Lewis C. Brandt
Irving L. Bromwell
C. C. Brown
Mrs. Katherine Brown
George S. Buck
Mr. Skip Dennig - .
Mr. and Mrs. Austin C.'Derby
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. DeRoche
Miss Dorothy A. Derr
Mr. and Mrs. William O. Devilbiss
Mr. and Mrs.AOtis Dewlin
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Dickey
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Dietz
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
C. P. Donnelly
John B. Dorn
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Drake
Mr. and Mrs. Reed Duckwall
Mr. and Mrs. John Dyson
Mr. and Mrs.
M. J. Eckers
Ernest A. Ecsery
E. H. Edmonds
and Mrs. F. Wyatt Elder
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Elder
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Eller
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Ellicott
Margaret S. Hamlet
and Mrs. Ramon Hamrick
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Harbaugh
Mr. and Mrs. William D. Harbaugh
Mr. Robert Harvey
Mrs. E. A. Harvey
Mr. and Mrs. E. Ray Harvey
Mr. and Mrs. G. Harvey
Mr. and Mrs. W. Heinerichs
Mr. and Mrs. A. Hermann, Jr.
Mrs. Jacob Hertrich
Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Hetherington
C. M. Fiek, sr.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Burchardt
Miss Barbara Burkhardt
Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Dorothy Burns
Howard E. Burkhardt
Miss Edith E. Ensor
Mrs. Thomas Erdman
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Eskridge
and Mrs. Edward Esposite
Andre Faunt LeRoy
and Mrs. John K. Favorite
Mr . Harry Joseph Hicks
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin G. Higgins
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hildebrandt
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hilgartner
Mr. and Mrs. William Hodges
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hoffman
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hogarth
Mr. and Mrs. John Horstman
Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Howard
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Howard
The Rev. and Mrs. Edgar A. Howell
Mr. and Mrs. George M. Hughes
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hunter
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Jenness
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Kane
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Kaufman
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Kelley
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Kennedy
Miss Catherint 'Cennedy
Mr. and Mrs. Spilman Burns
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Busick
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh J. Byrne
Mr. and Mrs. A. Robus Carey
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
T. S. Cassedy
Samuel M. Chesney
R. J. Chester
M. J. Clark
Glenn W. Clevenger
T. E. Cockey
William J. Cole
F. C. Collignon
Herbert E. Colwell
Compliments of a Friend
Mr. and Mrs.
T. D. Cooney
Miss Rita Cooper
Mr. and Mrs.
Finton M. Cordell
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Willis R.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Alice D,
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
W. E. Fleischmann
C. M. Fraley
James N. Frantz,
Charles Funk, Sr.
Edward J. Gaff
Ross C. Gagliano
Catherine H. Gardner
Mr. and Mrs. 11. C. Kippi
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Koerber
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Kone
Mr. and Mrs. R. Kratzmeir
Mr. and Mrs. Victor G. Kringle
Mr. and Mrs. William Kurth
Mr. and Mrs.
Morris J. Lake
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gebb
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Geist
Mrs. Lillian Gephardt
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Lambros
Mr. and Mrs. Millard T. Lang
Mr, and Mrs. H. S. Lee
Mr, and Mrs. Leslie G. Lee
Mr. and Mrs. Russell L. Lee
Dr. and Mrs. Paul V. Lemkau
Mr. James F. Leslie
Miss Elsie Lee Lewis
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
O. B. Gerber
Wm. Getchey, Jr.
Wm. F. Godwin, Jr.
G. G. Goodrich
Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Lewis
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Litsinger
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Little
Mr. Walton T, Loevy
Mrs. Grace Lowman
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Howard Lynch
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Lyon
Mrs. D. F. MacFarlane
Mr. and Mrs. MacWaters
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Maguire
Mr. and Mrs. W. F, Manning
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Manser
Mrs. E. M. Massey
Mr. and Mrs. William A. McCann
Mr. and Mrs. A. I. McClure
Mr. and Mrs. William A. McComas
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie J. McCoy
Mr. Paul F. McDermott
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McKewin
Miss Margaret Merrick
Mr. and Mrs. G. Rogers Merritt
Mr. and Mrs. Howard M. Michel
and Mrs. William H. Saffell
Mr. and Mrs, Leslie E. Mihm
Miss Barbara Miles
Mr. Charles J. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Earl C. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. William Miller
Mr. and Mrs. L. Moeller
Mr. and Mrs R. G. Moores
Mr. and Mrs Joseph S. Mott
Mr. and Mrs. C. Kenneth Myers
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Myers
Mr. and Mrs. Chris H. Nanz
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Neifeld
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Nelson
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Nelson
Mr. and Mrs. George Neumeister
Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Nicoll
Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Nolte
Mr. and Mrs. Maynard C. Norris
Mr. and Mrs. William Nugent
Mr. Robert O'Conner
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Offutt
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Orville
Dr. and Mrs. Gilbert Otto
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pajarinen
Mr. and Mrs. William G. Parks, Jr.
Miss Catherine Parrish
Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. L. Alfred Parsons
and Mrs. A. C, Pasquith, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs.
William W. Peat
Miss Lynn Persohn
Dr. and Mrs. Frank A. Persohn
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Peterson
Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Polley
Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Roland S. Pratt
J. F. Powers
Edward B. Price
Mr. Jim Pritchett
and Mrs. Harry W. Propf
Mrs. Elmer P. Rader
Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Rankin
Miss Mary Price Ransone, R.N.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reber
Mr. and Mrs. George Reier
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Richardson
Mrs. Henry Riley
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs,
Walter M. Roberts
Charles T. Rosch
Charles A. Ross
H. W. Rowe
W. C. Royal
Harry C. Ruhl
Fred H. Rutschow
Mrs. Marion Sackinger
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Hyland A. Sample
William W. Sayler
John A. Schafer
Burton W. Schell
and Mrs. Roland A. Scherer
Miss Mary Scherer
Mr. and Mrs.
T. E. Schmidt
Mrs. Evelyn Nicholson Spurgin
Miss Grace K. Sterling
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Wesley Stevenson
Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Stiles
Mrs. Helen Stough
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Strangman
Miss Charlotte S. Street
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Suess
Mr, and Mrs. Luther Susemihl
Miss Elizabeth V. Tate
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Taylor
T. Medford Taylor
Arthur W. Thomas
A. W. Thomas
Mrs. W. F. Thomas
Mr. and Mrs. William Thomas
Miss C. May Townsend
Mr. and Mrs. O. Kenneth Townsend
Mr. Donald Turnbaugh
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Turnbull
and Mrs. George H. Thomas
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph H. Schneider
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
George F. Schneider
Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. J. E. Schuck
Mr. and Mrs.
Paul P. Scott
C. M. Sedlack
George P. Senger
Mrs. Donald Sentz
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. James A. Shannon
Mr. Charles G. Sheidy
Mrs. Hilda M. Sheidy
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Shock
Dr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
L. Dale Simmons
W. G. Simpson
J. W. Skinner
Mr. and Mrs. Ira B. Smith
Mrs. Mamie E. Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Milton R. Smith
Dr. and Mrs. Ray Parks Smith
Mr. and Mrs. William M. Smith
Mrs. Hazel Twamley
Mr. Edward Ullman
Mr. and Mrs. H. Uthe
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Vanden Bosche
Mr. and Mrs. Walter F: Veigel
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Voelkel
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Walter
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Ward
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Weber
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wennerstrom
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Wessel
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
J. K. Westerrnan
. W. H. Wheeler
Robert H. Wheeler
Mr. and Mrs. John S. White
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. White
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Winters
Mr. and Mrs. J. David Williams
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilkinson
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Wilkinson
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin L. Wirtz
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Woelfel, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Woolford
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Worth
Miss Alice Wyman
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Yingling
Mrs. Mary Youngman
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Zembower
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Zieber, Jr.
Mrs. Olive Zinkhan
OUR SCHOOL FRIENDS
Mrs. George Phillips
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis E. Pierce
Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. Pinkner
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Poellinger
Miss Betty Poellinger
Miss Luella B. Snoeyenbos
Miss Janet Spence
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Spicer
Mr. and Mrs. G. of Speer
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sperl
Andy and Jan
Annabelle and Jack
Ann and Butch
Ann and Skip
Betty, Kay and Mernie HOMEROOMS PARKVILLE
Beverly and Billy 9A Al Le Bowie
Bm and Fred 9B Ardenleigh Building 8: Loan
Brenda and Beth QC Boys- Brigade
Brownie and Burton 9D Camera Mart
Buddy and Maggie 9G Carney Bakery
Bud and Pete 9H Carney Courtesy Corner
Carol and Hilda 9.l Class' Confectionery
Carolyn and Bobbie 9K Etzeys Bakery
Carolyn and 'lancy 91' F erguson's Cleaners
Cindy and Nan QM F k, M k
Dot and Walt 10A ran S ,ar et
Elaine and Mary 10B Gallagher 3 Market
Franny and Bob 10C Kavanagh S Bakcfl'
Gretchen and Charles 10D Paul Brothers, Clcanen
Hoggie and Piggie 1015 William G. Hattie, Sr. 8: Jr.
Jack and Eleanora 10p Woodside Pharmacy
Janet and Bob 101.1
Jimmie and Francis 10K BALTIMQRE
ggzfeasgdkwgly :gh Am craft, Inc., Linoleum
Liz and Elsie 113 Columbia Roofing Company
Lois and Gretchen 11C Golden GUCUISCY Milk
Margie and Louie 11D H. G. Roebuck St SOD!
Marilyn and Bill IIE Leona Klien
Mernie and Gordon 11F Midstate Building Association, Inc.
Nan and Bob 11G Segall-Majestic Photographers
gancy SHE Bob Southern Tailors
an an en Tischner Bakery
Pat and Lem 12C
Pat and Sonny 12D Walter A. Nagle
Paul and Jahtl TIMONIUM
Peg and Bucky 12G Hinton's Betholine Station
Rosie and Reds
Ruth and Gerald
Ruthie and Burton
Sally Ann and Jim
Shirley and Mickey
Sis and Babs
Stan and Marlene
Sue and Donna
Sue and Janice
Ted and Bev
CLUBS AND ACTIVITIES
A. B. X.
Carter's Furniture Store
Compliments of a Friend
Donnybrook Apartments Corporatio:
Fred Fink, Electrician-Contractor
F. W. Schnaufer and Son
Gay's Dress Shop
George W. Radebaugh and Sons
Harry T. Campbell Son's Corporated
Hax Beauty Salon
J. M. Buchiemer Company
Loch Ridge Beauty Shop
Compliments of the Cafeteria Personnel Louis Wirtanen, Painting 8: Decorating
Compliments of the G. A. L. S.
F. B. L. A.
Future Teachers of America
Shop Improvement Club
Square Dancing Club
Towson Drivers Association
Towson High School Auto Shop
T. P. O.
Oliver's Store For Men
Philemena Beauty Salon
Ruxton Esso-Ernest W. Quill
Towson Clothes Shop
Union News Publishing Company
Walter F. Edwards
Stan Galloway's Amoco Station
The Cotton Shop
Anneslie Cab Company
J. and M. Food Market
L. H. Cranston and Sons
Mr. and Mrs. R. Franklin Hull
Rogers Forge Community Association
Stoneleigh Gift Comer
Stoneleigh Hair Dressers
Stoneleigh Variety Store
Cockeysville Realty Company
Goldberg's Department Store
H. F. Harr and Son
Sencindiver's Drug Store
The Little Shoppe
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