Towson High School - Sidelights Yearbook (Towson, MD)

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To illns- trate the many changes which have occurred at Towson High since the first class left in 1904, the '53 SIDELICHTS staff has attempted to contrast the past with the present in com- memoration of our Colden Anniversary Graduation. To those who have gone before ns, we give our thanks for the traditions, honors, and memories which they have left. To those who come after ns, we leave a wish for happiness in their fntnre years of school life. To the seniors, We give this hook, which will preserve for them many fleeting Agoldenw memories. Towson High School, founded in 1907. Towson High School, founded in 1926. Highlights of lF Years Fifty years ago the doors of Towson High School were opened to its first twenty-seven students. Because this country school was destroyed by fire, classes were moved to the small stone building behind the Fidelity Trust Companyis branch. Soon after this, however, the Board of Education erected the structure which now serves as ToWson's elementary school. After World War I, it became evident that an even larger school would be needed and thus the three story building on 'Central Avenue, now the junior high school, was Miss R. Louise BALLS planned and completed. Overcrowding, again, caused inadequacies in school facilities and once more oflicials began to look for a site on which to build a new Towson High School. Nearly twenty-nine acres of land were purchased from the Tow- son Nurseries for the present building. The valuable work done by Miss R. Louise Balls, who served lirst as a teacher and then as vice-principal, has been of assistance in the school's steady growth and progress. Her con- tributions have helped to make Towson High School a great asset to the community. Ycstcrday's thc academic, standards which arc Towson High School Towsoniites formed commercial, and vocational traditional at Today.. MISS MARY A. LITSINCER Vic'c-Princ'iprlI MR. AUSTIN BITTLE A.s'si.s'mnt Adrwlinisfrzltor Talking 4. 4. In September, 1945, Mr. WV. Horace Wheeler became principal of Towson High School. During the past eight years, he has accomplished successfully his greatest task- reorganization of the school curriculum with the growth in school population. His efforts and keen desire to improve our school have made possible Towsonis rise to distinction. Miss Mary A. Litsinger, our new vice-principal, came to us via Sparks High and Towson junior High. Knowing many of the teachers and pupils when she arrived at Towson has made her position even more enjoyable. An excellent job was done by Mr. Austin Bittle, our administrative assistant, in handling the many details entrusted in his care. l MR. W. HORACE WHEELER Principal 6 bel., ad Mrs. Clevenger and Miss Kehler, I,lfII'lll'lllll-S'. Iiiglrt: Miss XVaek anal Mr. Leslie, ffllillllllfl' Co1m.s'c'lors. The guidance and unclerstancling of Miss Ruth M. XVack and Mr. james Leslie, our counselors, maclc them strong favorites with the pupils of Towson High. They were always ready to listen to students' problems anal if possible, give advice. Our librarians. Mrs. Sally Clevenger and Nliss Burleigh Kehler have always been reacly to assist students in the selection of books and in locating information. For their wisdom and unclcrstancling, we are very grateful to the entire faculty. Only with their co-operation have we been able to successfully complete our four years of high school life. Mrs. Payne, Nurse. l Mrs. Bressler, Clerk, Miss Manser, Sl'l'l'f'flll'll, Miss Chelton, Clerk. Miss Betty Mauser. the office secretary, and clerks, Mrs. Evelyn liressler and Miss Shirley Chelton capably handled all office work. Mrs. Elizabeth Payne, the school nurse. took care of the pupils who suffered minor injuries and illnesses. 3? ' , A QS , ' fi :IHHQ Y ',': . -,., ,,., I ' iQFfiQ::g.."' QW Mus. BECK Mn. BROME Miss Donner Right, left to right: C. Story, D. Howard, J. Geist, B. Kerr, M. Beutel and A. NVoodward prepare assignments. Miss Keren Aimee, left to right: C. Callo- Learuiug to 4. .. 4. English, a required subject throughout Senior High School, is centered basically around tour skills -reading, Writing, listening and speaking. Grammar, composition and literature are varied according to the needs and interests of the individual classes. journalism I and ll, an elective course offered to tenth, eleventh and twelfth grade pupils, prepares students to write for school publications. Another elective offered to those Who wish to improve their vocal habits is Public Speech. way, J. Hartwell, P. Fol- ehomer, D. Matthews and P. Ensor listen as C. Athy speaks from the leetern. Mn. O,CllNNtJlt t .www Vt Left to right: L. Miller and A. Perry report on Ameri- can literature while P. Andrews, C. Aro and C Mus. PHILLIPS Miss Saeiisx' Livingston take notes. 8 Leff to right: Exploring Paris are H. Downing, B. B. Stoner writes as, left to right, P. lieuss, C. Nlinitree and lluzieka, B. Hasseuger and E. Oosterling. S. Cuyton decline "stan" M iss BnowN N. Quigley bargains in a Mexican market while -I. Richardson, P. Howell and D. Smith sell merchandise. Comprising our Language Department are Latin, Spanish and French. Academic students are required to take two years of the language of their choice. ln Latin classes, the main emphasis is placed on reading Xi l S Q ahility. grammar and vocabulary. French and Spanish, how- A ns' K PML ever, stress conversation along with reading, listening and comprehension. Visual aids, records and movies help to give those studying these romance languages an understanding of the countries and their people. i, . ., Express Ourselves ,,,, ,,,,, 9 Mn. Boousi-zo Left to right: During Social Studies, T. Hetherington, P. Brown and J. DiMarino discuss basic drives. In World History, sophomores gain a better understanding of other countries in order to help promote more peaceful relations among peoples of the World. By studying the growth of our country in American History, juniors learn about the back- ground of the United States. In Social Studies 12, the study of human behavior and family life teaches the seniors to look at themselves objectively. Mlss MEHIHCK Mn. NAHDUNE i "7 f , . 'K E Miss SHAFI-'Eli Mn. THOMAS Left to right: J. Windsor, C. Trotter, P. Gcttmnn and I. Hodges draft a philosophy of American history. 0 l It IN1n.UN1ncRwoon NIILYEAKLE G 0 Q 0 10 ....4.lLi ei Socieit B. Moores calls on K. Kusho as R. Calloway, H. XVynnne :md N. llowurd look on. ln order to introduce students to the meaning und responsibilities of citizenship, 21 combina- tion of Social Studies und English is taught in ninth grade corc. A study of Marylzlnd, with pzu'ticular emphasis on Bultilnorc County und Baltimore City, ull phases of local und nutionul government, current events and the United Nations are included. Core gives the student u Well rounded course of study that helps serve us ai basis for future history and English courses. Mlss B.-xmsFoo'r ,.,, , A A-.55 ' I f vi Q' 1:2 its Mn. Kwai. 2 ' sig.-5 . .l K Ii? J.-5 ' I ii Miss Suomzs trant 11 Left Io right: R. Marys, B. Noppenherger, D. Patti und B. Hutson tulle over clmructer s. pf wg as f i 1 5: 4 ,' 1 ffm if -':'2i:fjI,I,, ggi 22: , 8 E 'fb f my l Mu. Esl.1xsoN Mu. RomNsoN Y K i l Irfllsiti , Miss VVoon Miss NVYM.-xN Mn. Bmuviczx Mus. M.-x.-xs Mus. Sruucm sg.- . I, , .... N.... , ..,,,.,,,,:1 . V Miss STL! HLNS Miss Wol,Fl-1 , ,W ,.,.,. J Q Q is. 'lx-M .... : :N X fgigfgs , is Nays J -' Q:-: 4' iv! 2 Q52 N V 'Q Sw x ESM r is Q X ss 'Q S1 Mu. PIABIAIEHIXIAN The Math Department of T.H.S. is comprised of two divisions: business Math and academic Math. Students pre- paring for the business world are offered Business Arithme- tic and Bookkeeping, courses which will help them become better acquainted with the procedures of an oflice. Stu- dents hoping to enter a profes- sional field are offered Begin- neris and Intermediate Algebra, Plane and Solid Geometry and Trigonometry, each attempting to prepare them in some way for their chosen profession. In Review of High School Math, a course given to twelfth graders only, the sub- ject matter is varied to meet the needs of the group taking it. eveloping Logic, Top: Graphing a simultaneous equation is E. Barnes while B. Sparenberg and S. Brown look on. Bottom: Learning math are 1. Koch, L. Benton W. Richs and B. Henderson. v Left to right: At the board, G. Ghinsley, R. Samm, S. Held and -I. Gibb draw geometric figures. 12 U dersltandh L Left lo right: Practicing techniques in biology are P. XVindeler, M. Cole, D. XVilkinson and S, Rielnnond. Top, left Io right: An experiment with specific gruxity is performed hy P. Peters, M. Long, C. Kringle und N. Collier Botloni, Ieff to right: In chemistry, S. Belle, H Downing and M. Messick are experimenting with filtration und distillation. 13 The Science Department of Towson High School offers ll well rounded progruin of stndies pznticnlurly for the college hound student. Biology is designed to pro- vide at basic understanding of inan's relationship to his snr- ronndings. Einphusizing science in relationship to everyday living and environ- ment is Conslnner Science. Chemistry provides the stn- dent with un nnderstunding of mutter. Dealing with the principles underlying the inuthemuticul sciences, Physics gives ll good lmckgronnd for those who will choose engineering or other phases of industry as ll career. g Mn. Rosmxsri-:IN Miss Romani 's Mus. CEE Haifa.. F1 .V -Xswim Mn. lXI,uxsn,io Miss PYLE .,.. Mn. Bo'rHnoCK Miss STEVENS K H1gl1t.C,. l.111, A. White, B. Lyinhcrg and J. Ningel practice typing to increase their spa-ed. Training students to he reli- able and efficient workers in the business World is the aim of the Cominercial Depart- ment. Practical experience in office training is gained when students act as secretaries to faculty inemhers and Work for the Board of Education. Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Typing, Business Law and Economics are among the courses offered. ft: Learning to file- are K. Km-ssoll. Spanglcr and A. Shanklin. Right: Taking dicta- tion froin J. Bright are left to right, N. Car- roll, N. Wright, D. Hurline and J. Lccson. Q ualoif ing for lxlllS.TAYLO1K V 0 0 O 14 Q, .. Q the Business Wo ld n I nu xu is 1 I B. Vaiwura works at thc L-ircular saw annl F. Schmiclt annl D. clllSll'Ill7l'l'g work at thc joiutvr. X 'l'lu'rc arc fcw schools that can surpass Towson in thc lnclustrial Arts program. Tha' Nlachiuc Shop. unclvr thc' supvrvision of Nlr. Keenan. offcrs a wiclc varivty of courscs for hoth vocational stuclcnts ancl othvrs who wish to gain somv unclcrstancling of thv principlcs of thc- machim-. Nlr. lloolis Nlcchan- ical Drawing: classes olfcr any stuclcnt an aclcquatc' knowl- vclgo of thc flllIllLlIN0llt2llS of mcchanical drawing. Under tlu- supcrvision of Mr. Ecl- warcls. tho XVoocl Shop has proclucvcl many fine scalv rcpronluctions of furniturv. somv of which have won national rccognition. Any stu- clvnt who clvsircs a thorough knowla-algo of thc' mvchanics of 'thc automohilv may vnroll in onc of Nlr. lCmig's Auto Shop classvs. Nlr. llbilyltj' tl'llClIl'S Drivcr's liclucation. 15 -ilk HOOK Xiu. Ki-iicxxx Nlu. B.-n'i,i-.Y Left to right: B. Blomier, R. Anderson ancl J. Phil- lips fixing a car. Luft to right: XYorking at a lathv in mvtal shop are C. Lottvrvr. T. Sll1lllllll'l'i1 and D. Smith. ,LLG. Miss Lievrrskv Miss R. lNlILLEll Right: Making cookies are L. Skinner, J. Knight, D. Manning, N. Wright and A. Stancliforcl. Below: P. Monhs, P. Coylc, D. Sprecher and C. Galloway are Mus. Snxixiows learning to sew. " 5-by - Right: As B. Pitts 11' ,,--.- plays thc piano, L. ..,b..:" Holla, M. Thomas, S. ' V Cranc and P. Allison V sing. . r rt cg i Miss ANSl.P2H' ...,, uf Q ix 'I t. -.:...,.,, Mn. Br:nNsTb:1N Mus. R.-xusrzx' Adding ?EiUl'iQ .. .. .. H ll All phases of everyday and special occasion hoineinakiug arc taught in T.H.S.'s Horne Econoinics Department. It offers wcll rounclccl courses in food nutrition and sc-Wing, and can prepare interested girls for careers tcachiug in this Held, or to hc good l10ll1L'lll1llil'l'S. Towson Higlfs Music Department offcrs a variety of activitics and courses clcsignccl for the intercstccl stuclcnt. Funclzunentals of Music I and II try to acquaint pupils with an unclerstanding and appreciation of the theory of music. The Cloc- Cluh, thc Girls' Chorus and the Band and Orchcstra pcrforin at various times of thc year in such projects as thc opcrctta, hand conccrts, pagcants and special programs. 16 . uilz . ---- " JW- a Jn' '4 s? Miss J. MILLER Miss Mulurfxx' Thu Art Dcpartmcnt offcrs ll vuricty of courses: Fundzuncntuls of Art. Drawing, Painting and lllustruting, 'Gm Costume Design. Sculpturing und Modeling, and Connncrcizll Art. Many students havc brought honors Left to right: Skt-tt-liing in nrt class arc R. Fuller, F. to Towson hy Winning prizcs in the-so Kl"'l'l"" C' SHUI" W' WHL' and F' Howuffl' various divisions in local, stutc, und oven nation-wide compctition. i ..... L - +I. 'uf Miss BE1u.M1su Mus. Cooiua Touch llmtlmll is pluycd hy J. Bunhlcy, A. Sclnncrsul, D. llulliugton, K. Phillips und N. Cranston. Miss DonlH,xL Mn. Comxmxlm Physical Education tries to promote good sportsman- ship among the pupils ot the school. Students are taught thc fundamentals of various sports, hoth indi- vidually und in tcznus. W Those who arc not on thc Varsity or -Iuyvcc tczuns, 'ff f A hut still want to pzu'ticiputc in athletics, may take part nfl ,W A IIA: in the intrzunurul prograun. :., :F-::eN.,m.' 5' . V, il H Elo to 1 lo V ,l 0 0 Q H U 1 1 t Mn.Hr:B1an Mu.NVA1.K11:u l7 I , SW THE SENIOR CLASS Under the guidance of its officers and spon- sors, the Senior Class has successfully achieved its goals. june Week, Commencement, Senior Day and the Senior Tea were among the many important activities that showed the many capabilities of the class of The experience gained of assuming the responsibilities of the school and the oppor- tunity to work with the underclassmen has made the 50th graduating class of Towson well ahle to take its place in society. he enior SENIOR CLrxss Slfoxsons Seated, left to right: Mrs. Simmons, Miss Stevens, Miss Merrick. Strmcling: Mr. Rothroelc, Mr. Rosen- stein, Mr. Keenan, NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The National Honor Society consists of Juniors and Seniors who have attained excep- tional achievement in scholarship, leadership, character and service in high school. N,-xT1oN.-xl. HoNon Soon-:Tr First role, lefl to right: N. Collier, -I. Seluiler, B. Zieher, I. johnson, P. Andersen, -I. Luekahaugh, E. Snyder, C. Lindner, M. Klatt. Seeolul row: S. SCl1lICli, B. Anderson, P. Linde, E. Sims, N. Klatt, P. Coekrell, il. DiMarino, S. Moore, C. Pennington, J. Perkins, C. Schaffer, S. Otto, S. Crane. Third row: B. Drake, C. Caskill, L. Skinner, L. Copson, -I. Otte, E. Driver, M. Altselmll, B. Sirlcin, P. Moore, T. Miller, B. Taylor. Fourfli rout: C, Atliy, I. liriee, l'. Crawford, C. Kilmer, E. Cassedy, S. Corey, H. Donnell, D. Aiken, C. Power, T. Hetlierington, B. Brain- ard, J. Moores, B. Bc-vans, Il. Calcenlieinier, D. Huffington, T. Held. Af Ieefern: Mr. Bittle. 18 C lass of 11953 Sl-:N lull Clhlxss fylfl-'ICICIKS 1,1'f! Ill riggllt: I'rl'.wirl1'rl!. ljllllillil Sl-cllllclcg Vic'l'-I'1'r'.s-i- lmft tll right: Sf'f'l'!'fIll'll, l'zltl'il'ill llilIlNlllll'1 'l'l'1'lm11'f drill, lllllll fll'llXYlUl'Kl. Nkllltj' lxlzltl, Xl:Xllll,YN xllf.-XX :XCKllUYlP llzlils lllxlllll llllslllll . . . wllllts ill ll'il4'll ill llllwllii . . . lllws l'Y0l'j'llllllg l'l'Ulll Stl'ilXYlN'I'l'j' sllcll'tclll4l' to Dilllllllltf, . . . "Bm- gllllllln . . . llillllfill NY2ll'llllll llllll Cllilflll . . . null- llk'1'l'lll. XllCll.'Xl'1l, l3:XllJliY SISK "Mill-" . . . llllwulllll-l' tml VIQUNYSUII . . . plAlllS to llllllll' gl1x'l'1'll- lllt'Ill sl-l'lil-v . . . 4-llillys lllllltillg llllll lll'1lIlIklllL'S . . . Ulm- Cllllll . . . lll'ill llI'l'SSl'l' . . . vzlsy to gvt allllllg witll. l':X'l'lllCl.-X :XXX AIJOI,I'Il "l'alt" . . . lllllllfl' SK'1'I'k'llll'y . . . l'llx'lll's tlll- ilflllj . , . llu- all llll' llllvys . . . 'Alllsl ll'ilYl' lllc llllllllln . , . lrwlls alll SlTU1Al5 . . plalllx Ill gvt llllllAl'lm'cl sllllll. lllClllAlll7'l4llUXl:XS:XIKIQN . . . llllllls lu il l-llfllI'l' ill cllvlllilull l-llgilll'vl'illg . . . iK'llYK' ill S. U, A .... ullvy clllSgI'UX'l'ln . . . Sllcll' llllll' fllllll lllt'llllN'I' . , . lllllllllgtil llllslcl-tlmllll llllcl sum-l-l' . . . llliscllillvulls vvvs "l7lull" 19 is S MYRNA RUTH ALTSCIIULL N BEVERLY LEE AKERS "Bev" . . . excels in numerous intramural sports . . . wants to teach . . . attracted to Wildwood . . . Youth Fellowship . . . blue-eyed blonde . . . "Feature that!" . . . quiet lass. PHILIP LEE ALLISON "Phil" . . . nice guy . . . a future in the air . . . keeps posted on the latest in 'ibotrodsn . . . ran Varsity track . . . stream sportsman . . . dancing feet. Ambition is to be a nurse . . . qui- 'nd attractive . . . crazy for apple pie . . " e s in . ects foreign money . . . Deach ' 'r ' i My ou r MAY Amos "Mamos"'. . . shor little blonde . . . Bus Council . . . always has the right slant . . . "wc-'re gonna miss you around here!" . . . intramural basketball and softball champ . . . C. A. L. S. PATRICIA ANDERSEN "Path . . . takes to water like a duck . . . cute . . . an all ,round sport . . . badminton champ . . . likes summer camps . . . shining personality . . . another C. A. L. BARBARA CLARE ANDERSON "Barium . . . future as a gym teacher . . . star athlete . . . partial to Dixieland jazz . . . likes surf fishing in Ocean City . . . Young Lite . . . fashion wise lass. ' 1 I I, Us - I W ,I VIIYIAN JEAQNE ARCHER , ' "1 nnei' rf. future iiiflioifyg Peconi nies . . . cuts a fancy ' ure orkksaites 4. . WA. A9 .... nn es her own clothes . . . S' riend tofall . . . pptty blue A-yes. ' 4 - ' GENE ATHY Plans to enter engineering . . . president of the band . . . man- aged tbe soccer team . . . red-haired vocalist . . . toots a mean trmnpet . . . cinema fan . . . sports-minded. THOMAS BENTON BAKER "Tom', . . .vbvlonde hair . . . an Eagle Scout . . . wants to enter the field of forestry . . . received the Walter A. Frey Award . . . enthusiastic sportsman . . . outdoor type. ELNORA JANE BANNISTER "Ellen,' . . . plans to enter the business world as a secretary . . . Red Cross Club . . . "Tbat's a riot!" . . . has a cute smile . . . enthusiastic equestrian . . . quiet gal. 20 Javier' I Tau, ibn 4,1-T' f k, . U LL' IAEA g . L.. - ., . ,L ' 4 JOAIBVLREBECQAJBARK .pf "Dixie" . . . prfgfty blondg air . . . enjoys cooking . . . ambition is to teach home economics . . . a true rebel . . . photo lan . . . "I Swaneeu . . . efficient worker. K MARJORIE RUTII BARROW "Margie" . . . big, blue eyes . . . enjoys dancing and swimming Job's Dau hte rs wants to become a nurse . . . "Hold the phone" . . . full of fun . . . cutc. WILLIAM BEALE BEVANS "Bill" . . . accompanies Boy's Chorus . . . hobbies are arranging umsic and magic . . . "Harmonairs,' . . . "Music, music, music ' . . . ambition is to be in a big name band. LESLIE RAE BIRTCHERD "Butch" . . . sunny smile . . . Varsity basketball . . . beautiful blonde hair . . . wants to be a secretary . . . "Hurry up, it's late" . . . Penn State, here she eomesl 21 ROBERT JOSEPH BAUERLIEN "Bob" . . . likes everything pertaining to mechanics . . . hails from Timonium . . . can always be found in shop . . . "hotrods" . . . man of tgw words . . . Timonium turf fan. Q - L BARBARA ANN BAYER "Barb,' . . . future in journalism . . . sweet and demure . . . watch her smile . . . an import trom.New Jersey . . . smart dresser . . . U. N. Y .... avid tennis tan. DALE JEROME BAYNE Tall with curly hair . . . one of the Projection Crew . . . makes a hobby ot woodwork . . . track team . . . ambition is to be a carpenter or a drattsman. XVESLEY EVANS BAYNES "Butch" . . . a grin a mile wide . . . terror on rebouudsand defense . . . Varsity track . . . great personality . . . swift as Mercury . . . model builder . . . 6 toot plus. SHEILA JANE BELLE Ambition is tio work as a receptionist . . . dark, wavy hair . . . does a lot ot sewing . . . amateur literary critic . . . likes to dance and to swim. NANCY LEE BEVANS Quiet and dependable . . . secs teaching in her future . . . intramural sports star . . . 5th Avenue fiend . . . member of F. T. A .... swimming and dancing are her hobbies. A ALICE JOY BISHOP "TaHy,' . . . curly hair . . . "Oh, crumb!" . . . loves to sing .u . . likes eats and dogs . . . makes butterfly trays . . . wants to tollow her career as a Wave. FREDERICK KEEN BLAKER "Ken-nn . . . always in the middle of things . . . nice personality . . . went to Ocean City in a canoe . . . spare time spent fishing . . . future as a chiropractor. CAROLE ANN BLOMEIER VVants to become a fashion designer . . . something about Hopkins . . . likes riding and dancingh. . . active in Youth Fellowship . . . can sketch, too . . . gift for gab. BARBARA ANN BOLANDER "Barbie', . . . intramural sports fan . . . future as a secretary X ' . . . collects souvenirs . . . "What say, mite?" . . . partial to l 4 7 V ' Hudsons . . . dancing feet . . . pretty clothes. ' ' . A ' Z ,nl 'Q , . V - I -- ' x F , i ' w - -1 Q I MILDRFQJ Ll BOND , "'Mlllie,i . . .gwants-'to be, a secretary . cute majorette ,." A. 'L. S: . . . flley girl!" . . . tall blonde . . . interested in .ivil.'Defensi- work .1..'. Parkville "Hee" member. MYRA ELIZABETH BONHACE "Myra Bee" . . . jazz sessions take up her spare time . . . sports spectator . , . prefers lunch in class . . . pretty red hair . . , Hair for the dramatic. HOMAINE I IELEN BOSLEY Future as a secretary . . . member of the Red Cross Club tiny, but has pep . . . cinema fan . . . favorite p softball and swimming . . . sports spectator. JAXIE LEE "jack" . . . future is undecided . delights in sports of all kinds . . . HB1-ats me" . . . can be found at Loch Raven Teen Cl'ntl'f . . . YICWCOIIICI' to VFUWSOII. JOHN JENIFER BOXVEHMAN Likes anything on 4 wheels . . . has a "hot" motor-bike . . . something about Seattle . . . member of Shop Improvement Club . . . interested in old coins . . . tall lad. WILLIAM ALLEN BRACK "BilV' . . . aims to be a machinist . . . can always be found near the auto shop . . . "48" Plymouth . . . sharp looking . . . quiet and a hard worker. 22 J' AUDREY ELAINE BRAECKLEIN "Itchy" . . . headed for the University of Penn . . . party gal . . . likes to school horses . . . avid football fan . . . Masquers . . . enjoys hamburgers with lots ot cheese. WILLIAM CRITTENDEN BRAINARD "Bill" . . . intelligence plus . . . wants to become an engineer . . . Varsity stickman . . . muscle bound lad . . . cross-country . . . Student Court . . . SIDELIGHTS business editor. JAMES PHILIP BREDEHOEFT "Jim,' . . . anticipates being a plumber . . . active in DeMolay . . . easy going guy . . . "Don't know do you?,' . . . likes to tinker. with engines . . . ole "hotrod." CHRISTIAN PHILLIP BREIDENBAUGH, II "Chris" . . . wants to join the Navy . . . interested in making his first million . . . member of Boys' Sport Club . . . something about a Studebaker . . . ladies' man. . 4. DENNY FRANKLIN BROWN "Hack" . . . quiet blonde . . . active in both intramural and inter-scholastic sports . . . likes the outdoors . . . favorite hobbies include photography and sports . . . cross country and track. PAUL ALEXANDER BROWN 'fBuzz" . . . tall, dark ladies, man . . . liked by everyone . . . luture Middie . . . a dry wit . . . "Wise man" . . . party boy . . . Beaver Dam enthusiast. 23 JOHN JOSEPH BREYMAIER, III Wants to own a "hotrod" . . . likes the Air Force . . . vc-ep in his Junior year . . . a nice guy . . . enjoys parties . . . an incurable tease. ' JAMES DOUGLAS BRICE "Jimmy" . . . another stickman . . . money does something to him . . . wine, women and song . . . "You idioti' . . . easy going . . . likes hunting, fishing and golf. JOANN ELIZABETH BRIGHT "Jo" . . . to be a psychologists secretary is her aim . . . cute lass . . . "How 'bout that" . . . loves parties . . . C. A. L. S. . . . attractive wardrobe . . . pleasing personality. CHESTER ELISIE BROOKHART "Sonny,' . . . tall and lanky . . . Auto Shop Club . . . "What ya say kid?" . . . likes to bowl and make money . . . will build a "hotrod" or die trying. N, ala Natal H' l J K C Cv' VL . U s Q Mm lll' jk BETTY BUCHWALD "Bucky" . . . cute, quiet kid . . . likes to cook . . . partial to . . . "Can't fight that!" . . . dancing e pastimes. parties and red convertibles and swimming are her favorit - SHIRLEY ROMAINE BULL . . . full of pep and a lot of :fun . . . future Florence Nightingale . . . one of Towson's strutters . . . pretty smile for everyone. "jitter" . . . short and dark MARTIN EDWARD BURNS "Eddie', . . . tall lad . . .E active in sports, while soccer holds top billing . . . outdoor life and women are his other interests . . . craves hillbilly music . . . another clown. WINFIELD BELDEN BURNS "Bel" . . . tall, dark lad . . . Varsity baseball and basketball . . . strums the old guitar . . . that smile and those dimples . . . rugged outdoor man . . . college bound. I RICIIARD WALTER BURTON "Dick', . . . a great guy who loves sports . . . played on J. V. 3 and Varsity teams since Freshman year . . . 'Tm with you, Daddy" . . . star runner . . . Band member. JOHN WOODWARD BUSCHMAN "jack" . . . tall and reserved . . . smooth on the dance floor . . . wavy, blonde hair . . . yen for money . . . Chess Club . . . stars in basketball and cross-country. DARLENE JOYCE CARNEY "Doll" . . . future inxlaimcmaking . attractive "miss', with pretty clothes . . . C?e,Club . . . inning smile . . . formerly X of Harrisburg, nn? ania . . . e to know . . . Cirl's Chorus. my - . 5 l ' x NANCN EE CARROLL ort ttle lite' . . . one wh oves s s . can talk a I ue rea . . Va ' tbal . . . "I .r ya alkingn . . . 'ute 'nil .. n e . W EDWARD LEONARD CARTER "Ed', . . . plans to be an architect . . . "Be five minutes early, rather than one minute late" . . . outside interests are fishing and baseball . . . silent type. ' EDWARD KNOWLES CASSEDY "Ed" . . . amiable personality . . . works hard as lacrosse man- ager . . . college bound . . . swimming ace . . . enjoys wood- . working . . . "How do you like America?,' . . . history fiend. 24 VIRGINIA ANN CHINSLEY "Ginny" . . . cute kid with a nice smile . . . minute taker for the S. C. A. in '52 . . . prospective nurse . . . ever ready with a sympathetic ear . . . pretty eyes . . . pleasing personality. FRED VARNEY CLEMENT "Freddy,' . . . Wants to play lacrosse for Princeton . . . future sawhones . . . "What a crock!" . . . expert hunter . . . lofty lad who relishes parties and hig cars, doctor to be spare time . LEMMERT MILLER COUSINS "Lenin . . . gun collector . . . "Don't make a federal case of it!" . . . always laughing . . . Stage Crew . . . Chartreuse convertible with a noisy horn . . . DeMolay. EDWARD CHARLES COVAHEY "Ed" . . . track and cross-country . . . another clown . . . hlushes at the drop of a hat . . . hopes to graduate . . . popular guy with sandy hair . . . always confused. 25 PATRICIA ANN COCKRELL "Pat', . . . hopes to get married and have seven children . . . SIDELIGHTS co-editor-in-chief . . . artistically inclined . . . pretty, little blonde . . . "Not me boy!" NANCY VIRGINIA COLLIER "Nance" . . . fair miss with rosy cheeks . . . personality all her own . . . possihle future as a psychologist h. . . SIDEI.IGH'I'S husiness editor . . . friendly to all . . . sports fan. EVELYN LESLIE COPSON "Les" . . . wants to visit Bermuda . . . prefers white hucks . . . "It's all in the family" . . . personality gal with pretty brown eyes . . . expert in sailing and art. FRANCIS SCOTT COREY "Scottie" . . . lacrosse fiend . . . enjoys sleeping . . . "Listen to it fizi' . . . S, C. A. president . . . winning personality . . . tall and dark . . . spends time sailing at Annapolis. VVILLIAM H. CORNBROOKS, jr. "Corny" . . . has visions of being a millionaire with several Cadillac convertibles . . . dark, handsome Romeo . . . indulges in swimming and cutting up . . . a perpetual pompador. DONALD ARMAND COU MONT "Don" . . . another Hopalong Cassidy . . . "Get serious' . . . stamp-collecting and photography take up his . . adept at swimming and howling. eg 3 .1 if I A Dwi Af? Maggy gi' ,P Q 1 x PAUL DENNETT CRAWFORD Future West Point Cadet . . . likes eating . . . National Honor Society . . . operctta lead . . . what an accent! . . . Senior vice- president . . . ladies' man . . . philosopher. JACK HAMILTON CUMMINS, Jr. Participated in all of our opcrettas . . . would like to become a journalist . . . never argue with him . . . likes photography JANET MAE COX "Skinny" . . . aspires to be a comptometer operator . . . 'Tm sorry" . . . proud of her salt and pepper shaker collection . . . has pretty, dark, curly locks . . . commercial ability. MARY MADELINE COX "Lynne,' . . . active in Board of Elections and bowling . . . Dont know do you? . . . swimming takes up her spare time . . . weakness lor strawberry sodas and dimples. SHIRLEY JOY CRAIG Likes to dance and draw . . . interested in Mutual Improve- ment Association and Fireside Organization . . . her hobbies are speech and dramaties . . . attractive miss . . . an undecided future. SUSAN BARBARA CRANE "Sue" . . . outstanding in 4-H work and photography . . . likes music and spaghetti . . . Projection Crew hel er . . quite a debator . . . "Cheese to bits" . . . pretty dimplies. and music . . . "Get with itu . . . determination. sz dna -24 , W5 - A ' W' gzizfvf' f c',':.,.,fg, I L . , - ee . . . ee ga . . sec c a 1a u ur- . . ' ' M c lJ . 1 . ce. c oxi . . . Hamilton "Rec" takes up her spar time. , - 'Gaul DOUGLAS FRANKLIN DEVEAS "Doug', . . . future cartoonist . . . likes the great outdoors . . . "You'rc a dandy, dandy boyn . . . good natured and full of fun . . . sketch hoard enthusiast. JOSEPHINE DXMARINO "Jon . . . wants to be a teacher K. . . sincere personality . . likes sports and dancing . . . friendly with everyone . . Board ot Elections . . . SmEL.icH'rs copy editor. HAROLD EUGENE DON NELL "Hal" . . . likes to have a good time . "No matter how thin you slice it, it's still haloncyn . . . nice fellow . . . Talisman page editor . . . Varsity basketball. 1 26 CHARLES R. DOWNES "Charlie,' . . . wants to travel in the future . . . likes to be outside . . . "That right?" . . . 4-H member . . . interested in intramural sports . . . witty chap. HOVVARD STANLEY DOVVNlNG,jr. "Howie" . . . architect in the future . . . likes dancing and swimming . . . "Wc're gonna miss you around here" . . . stage ham . . . Band and Orchestra member. BEVERLY JEAN DRAKE "Bev', . . . hails from York, Pennsylvania . . . medical secre- tary . . . Talisman reporter . . . "Alrighty" . . . good things come in small packages . . . wants some height. ELEANORA ASFORDBY DRIVER "Skippy', . . . wishes to become a journalist or linguist . . . very attractive . . . active in Masquers and intramural sports . . . yen for traveling . . . vice-president of the S. G. A. "Gee-dy-ho" MARGARET ANN ENEY "Maggie,' . . . cute blonde with plenty of pep . . . four year cheerleader . . . "Mercy Maud!" . . . graceful ballerina . . . an active interest in athletics . . . Clee Club. PAU L CITTINGS ENSOR Future lies in the medical field . . . "How 'bout that!" . . . loyal member of Student Court . . . appears quiet, but his friends know different . . . accomplished organist. 27 MARC-UERITE ANN EDWARDS "Peggy" . . . wants to teach horseback riding . . . "Mmm boy!" . . . plans to get married . . . likes music and tennis . . . has a congenial personality . . . pretty smile. CHARLES H. EFFINCER "Bucky" . . . one nice guy . . . newcomer to Towson . . . aspires to be a coach or professional athlete . . , follows the sports cvents at the Naval Academy. KATHLEEN EICHLER "Kass" . '. . has a smile and friendly word for all . . . is planning to become a stenographer . . . likes parties and bowling . . . can she' sing! . . . pleasing personality. MARY LOU EICHLER "Lou" . . . petite and sweet blonde . . . a pal to prize . . . Board of Elections . . . future Florence Nightingale . enjoys art, dancing and swimming. NETTIE Igl FISHP V W h comm 1m1cl11 1l tcrmt ol 0 raglut Ill? ELIZABETH XIARCARET ESSEL Batty . . . mtencls to tL1ch m 1k1n1nt irv sthool 1 html for hlllhilly IDUSIL Plrlwlllc Hu pl 1ys tht p1 mo F T. A. mcmlnr usa rucl 1111111111 Shorty' . . 1 glutton lo1 l1lIlllJIlI'ElI'N You wmts to ht 111 clhuent SlLI'6fll'V 1l11s 1 rcccptxomst 111 thc m1'31rm1ry Hul Cross Ruls flotcs on l1 lllllJ1lIil:,LI'S mal trcngh lrms That would lx tmllmg hlscs IHOVILS md hWll11Il1ll'1g keeps NANCY LOU PAUST N 111 pl u1s to hm 1 nurse Yo11th Bo1rd munher . . . plc ISIIH., pcrson1l1ty You lsnow lt llkcs sports and Bo 3 lvlll shuttnr hug, wlvy h ur 1 qulet and 1gru 1hl1 guy hkes llllxlllg uul scouting mu looking DHD l 1 lf'1"'U' 1 'WKE 1 hlxes tr Clfl Lars h 1ppy gm clcv V ym ooclworkmg 18 h1s sp lhiq, 1 y to MARY LEE FORT IEH LL . . Llflll' m nursmg, h mcly wlth 1 nculll llkes to collect clog st ltlllS 111 1kes l'I'lLllClS qulnkly How de-doocle lllll' 1rv 1ss1stmt 1lvx 1ys smgmg Bunny . . pert I11l10I'Ctf9 for Km mls Bmd lutura l7LIllt1Ll1I'l . lows to tlmu sports sp1Lt1tor A L . 1 short mlss hlus gomg to p1rt1cs slr. ., . . . . 'ne' ki . .one of toinorrows commercial fashion bu ers i ,i 'L X ik UK, llrN'9Xx ' x DO IS A ' " o el' . secre ial futur X. f . has pretty brown eyes . ad'n l c i u operetta. . . member ot job's Daughters yy it" . Rise Stev 0,0 ' AVALON DEE FULMER "Deen . . . wants atsecrctarial career . . .Q partial to '141,' Buicks . . . motorcycling fan . . . a member ot the Bus Council . . . "Kill it, bang" . . . adores dancing. I INIARY STUART CADD "Stu" . . . hopes to bc a medical technologist . . . 4-ll Club . . . excellent horsewoinan . . . personality plus . . . Winsome - smile . . . Varsity basketball and softball . . . Board of Elections. RALPH ALBERT CAKENIIEIMER Likes to play a good game of chess . . . clowning personality . . . interested in sports . . . Wants to achieve a position in thc field of engineering . . . whiz with numbers. KENNETH MORRIS CAHS "Ken" . . . wants to be a veterinarian . . in scouts and money man manner. the Gi LEE "Lee" . . . future,EngQsh Zacher . . . loves classical music and Shakespeare . brigmh ey s . . . 'I'nlimnan reporter . . . sophis- ticated a ft. . Youth! Board member. CAROLYN RUTH CASKILL "Bumps" . . . wins friends in an instant . . . onward to college Young Life . . . twinkling eyes . . . S. G. A. representa- tive . . . "Hi ya, honey" . . . never a dull moment. , ,Q . 1 1 . N , . . ' f ,eff " 'J " GENE DEBS CASRINS . I . , I J "Mike" . . . harmonica player '.'. . "Cut it ou . . . sxfyiiuiimiilgf. ice skating and fishing enthusiag' . haii L . . nice looking and friendly . . . pa:ti'ci aft-svin intramurals. 1 L 1,959 I , ,, vi- 1 gk" ft if il 4 ' ' : ,' - X X' ' N ki 55" FRANCES JOANN GEBB .ft-'.s ovesxpeanuts . . . handy with a needle . . . collects records .ffm p fttyfcakltlies . . . peaches and cream complexion. px. X, EVERHART HAUER GISCHEL "Sonny" . . . has a strong urge to travel . . . enjoys driving . . . reserved manner . . . sports-minded lad . . . has many varied hobbies . . . Boys' Sport Club. K L, 9' . . .Q Pc , "', f':'f 10", ' P-." VIL? pi. "ff-fi".-' I 5.5 wtk.Li'1"'tir'f'v" fl J? 'hy' .-'LQ' v -A1 .girl A .. VJ., .J,.-4 45" aU"Tl.""i+"r 'ELEANOR PATRICIA GIST K. AV - A zour 'lil' sweet, blushing gal . . . enjoys basketball . . . would like to be a secretary . . . "Well, don't know do you?', . . . pretty blue eyes . . . likes to swim. IIERMAN COETTE Likes playing basketball . . . awarded three trophies for his I racing pigeon . . . wants to he a cabinet maker . . . can always be found working in thc woodshop. CHARLES EUGENE GOLDSBOROUGH "Skip" . . . likes fishing . . . "Go swallow a gcrmi' . . . builds model airplanes . . . Hobby Club . . . has a yen for traveling . . . wants to own his own business. WILLIAM EDWARD GERBER "Bill" . . . loves "hotrods" and racing . . . happy-go-lucky . . . wants to play pro-baseball . . . "My soul" . . . song bird in the Boys' Chorus and Clee Club. SHERRIL ANN CERDINC Future trainer of horses . . . Masquers . . . full of fun . . , "What's it to you?,' . . . loves dogs . . . appreciates music . . . temperamenta brunette . . . pleasing personality. MARC-UERITE ELAINE GERMAN "Germ" . . . tips the scales at 100 pounds . . . Young Life . . . cheers Towson's teams to victory . . . sweet as can be . . . plans to go to the University of Miami. KENNETH CARL CETTIER An extensive match-book cover collection . . . interested in racing pigeons . . . a short, dark lad . . . determined to be a success as an artist or architect. WILBUR HARRY COLDSCHMIDT "Will" . . . accomplished graduation . . . Photography Club member . . . likes Buieks and Mercurys . . . "You goof" . . . interested in girls . . . always enjoys a good time. ALBERT CARRINCTON CORSUCH "Alu . . . herpetologist . . . expert on the black and white keys . . . "Play it cool" . . . always giving forth witty remarks . . . spends some ot his time at Levering Hall. 30 ERVIN DALE GREENE Desires to go into the transportation field . . . one of our maroon and white runners . . . swimming is his specialty . . . often seen at stock ear races. SHIRLEY ANN GROAT Sees a secretarial future . . . quiet nature . . . "Daddy-Oi' . . . likes traveling to Atlantic City . . . Red Cross Club . . . swimming and tennis are her favorite sports. JAMES ALTON GUNTHER "jimmy" . . . stock car racing fan . . 4. future truck driver . . . enjoys sports, with a special interest tor fishing and swimming . . . VVoodshop Club . , . Dancing Club. PATRICIA ANN HACAN "Pat" . . . likes dancing and basketball . . . wants to plan her future as a medical secretary . . . lots of lun . . . has a winning smile and pretty lilue eyes. RONALD HAMMOND "Ron" . . . auto shop . . . interested in girls and "hotrods" . . . yearns to travel . . . enjoys going to stock car races . . . would like to be a millionaire someday. VVALTER HAMMOND "VValtU . . . another stock car racing fan . . . wants to get rich . . . great sense of hmnor . . . auto shop . . . likes to hunt . . . long and lanky. LARRY RAYMOND HARRACK VVants to be an architect or commercial artist . . . Glu- Cluli . . . talented in the artistic line . . . "But, Miss Townsend!" . . , nice guy . . . easy on the dance Hoor. V t X. BA FARA ROMAINE HARDINC Likes -ollec stain s . . ad: cheese cake and root heer . . . z t' to Veoin a nu scv. . . interested in swimming, ho li 'We S 'ating . . lxbncing Cluln. 'ESD I V ' . - X I , tx BARBARA RUE HARRIS "Barh', . . . partial to those knitting needles . . . "XVhat's it to yon?" . . . devilish personality . . . likes to trip the light fan- tastic . . . a future University Hospital gal. , L,-,ai C4 Inu.. l- -L-f'C4s-It-I-I-L ui- i.t.Le.-1-n'.ll--- t"-LPKI' EUCENIA VVYCHE HARRIS "Jeannie" . . . delights in all sports, especially ice hockey . . . artistically inclined . . . curly brown hair . . . "No kiddin, thatis a boy?' . . . future as a commercial artist. 31 CHARLES WESLEY HARRISON "Chuck,' . . . hunter at heart . . . takes to hillbilly music . . . "All fishermen are liars" . . . plays a steel guitar . . . intranmrals . . . always around, hut seldom heard. SHIRLEY AGNES HARTVVELL "Shirl,' . . . helped initiate girlis lacrosse at T. H. S .... fiend for potato chips . . . gal with a sense of humor . . . pretty jet hlack hair . . . SIDELIGHTS art editor. HELEN DELOIIES IIAVILANIJ "You don't sayv . . . likes to sew . . . interests lie in the sports world . . . wants to he a stenographer . . . a quiet lady . . . has pretty hlue eyes. J VV ' xp Aw l DORIS HILDA HEATTERICK Amie lx ie in i . as an unusual taste for sour pickles an rc' 'n -u. ar . . . pans on a secretarial iuture . . . "Is the . . . ak . time out for bowling. OSMAR GUIDO IIEBERT "Ozzie" . . . loves to torment . . . big clown at heart . . . wants to he a millionaire . . . "Aw, that's a lot ot stuiI" . . . mechanic- ally minded . . . Projection Crew. TIMOTHY WRIGHT HELD "Tim" . . . tall and lanky . . . intelligence plus . . . shy, but can raise an uproar . . . industrious . . . enjoys all sports . . . . . . chess fan . . . Young Life. MARY LYNN HENNICE Dabhles in art . . . loves little children . . . "Oh doll, that's a hoyln . . . yen for travel . . . a future kindergarten teacher . . . . lively disposition . . . Sunday School teacher. RICHARD A. HERD "Dick" . . . hlond, nice looking lad . . . intrigues "les femmesv . . . hroad shoulders . . . "Wild Blue Yonder" beckons . . . spends spare time hissing with motors . . . likes to swim. THOMAS AVERY HETHEHINCTON "Tom,' . . . future as a doctor . . . collects stamps , . . extra time is spent on a chinchilla ranch . . . S1mz1.ic:H'rs husiness manager . . . nice guy . . . college hound. JO ANN IIICKS "jo" . . . accomplished equestricnne . . . "Colly dayi' . . . will he a veterinarian . . . secondary interests-basketball, reading and swimming . . . newcomer to Towson . . . collects horse show programs. 32 P . ' 5 I "J O. .J T - ,f- ' J , .7 x gf' JifiIRiLEf--MAY u1i2fNER A 'Shiyf .,. .. will be the perfect secretary . . . basketball fan P .' booty" . . . halriicy with a needle . . . cute and quiet 1. . . . L. A .... me ow voice. 5 ' sl' .' f ROBERT MILTON HILCAHTNER "Bob" . . . future aviator . . . Projection Crew . . . his hobbies include building model railroads and airplanes . . . "Oh no!" . . . has an extensive match-cover eollec Club. l3Ol'lOTllY CATIIERINE HUHLINE "Dot" . . . idle hour seamstress . . . likes to in the commercial world . . .quiet . . . Young Peoples . . . "Get with it buddyi' . . . F. B. L. A. member. "Bucky" . . . likes the water for swimming and fishing . . . I like it . . . ambition is to be a millionaire . . . horses are hls main interest. 33 tion . . . Slide Rule MELVIN ROBERT IIIPLEY "Mel" . . . batting for the big leagues someday . . . idle hour book worm . . . Talisman . . . sports enthusiast . . . likes to tinker with cars . . . tall, with wavy hair. LENORE HOFFA "Lyn" . . . Ocean City supporter . . . lox es to travel . . . always chatting . . . "Quick like a bunny . . . lives for week-ends . . . pleasant disposition . . . college in her future. BETTY CLARISSA ll0VVAl'iD "Jeff" . . . historian . . . big, beautiful eyes . . . persuasive personality . . . "Don't be that way" . . .vauother navy fan , . . wants to understand men . . . fondness for animals. DONNA MAE IIOVVAIKD "Donnie" . . . her future lies in fioral designing . . . friendly . . . interested in dogs and horses . . . creamy complexion . . . whiz on ice skates . . . future housewife. DONALD LEE HOXVARIJ "Don" . . . likes the wide open spaces for swimming and fishing . . . Varsity lacrosse . . . "Conna miss you around here" . . . quiet and friendly . , . Clee Club . . . soccer. DALE DAVIS HUFFINCTON "Huff Puiiv . . . oh, those school plays . . . ambition, to hang out a doctor's shingle . . . quiet . . . inviting disposition . . . superior student . . . Student Court judge. shift gears . . . future CHARLES IMHOFF BESSIE DOLORES JENKINS "Dee" . . . likes to Work with young people . . . interestcd in teaching and 4-H work . . . "All rightieu . . . culinary expert . . . F. T. A. member . . . teaches Sunday School. BETTY JENKINS "Boots', . . . sports fan . , .gwants to travel and be a secretary . . . "Oh nol . . . can be found at the movies or skating . . . good-natured and quiet. CARY LONG JENKINS A Towson track man . . . lively lad . . . member of Boys' Sport Club . . . always has a ready smile . . . takes baseball and basketball. DAVID EDWVARD JOHNSON Tall, quiet, red head . . . recent addition to our class . . . hails lrom Syracuse, New York . . . three years of Varsity football and two of basketball . . . likes Towson High. NANCY IRENE ISENNOCK "Nance" . . . cute smile . . . great in sports . . . "For crying in the bucket" . . . loves those week-end parties . . . ambition is to take the business world by storm. HELEN DORIS JACKSON "Doris, . . . bookkeeping in her future . . . "Oh well,-what are you going to doln . . . Locker Crew member . . . fan of auto races . . . handy with knitting needles. ROBERT WESLEY JACOB "Jake,' . . . makes model railroads . . . sports enthusiast . . "I like it" . . . future in research chemistry . . . Chess Club . . baseball and football are his outside interests. DAVID CHARLES JEFFERIES "JL-ffl' . . . future as a draftsman . . . likes all sports and "hot- rods" . . . Band member . . . long and lanky . . . enjoys good books . . . Projection Crew . . . intramural sports. time out for JEAN LESLIE JOHNSON Interested in nursing as a career . . . personality galore . . . very active in Young Life . . . You look, Ive got a Weak stomachi' . . . sports-minded . . . T. A. A. secretary. JANE CAROLYN JONES "Janie'i . . . peppy . . . intends to be a teacher . . . S. C. A. representative . . . "All rightiev . . . interested in sports, Young Life and parties . . . just ask her. 34 "W ,J ff'f!,1fQwL517w9 JONES C, SHI EYRANNLX J. "Shirl" . . . has plenty commercial ability . . . enjoys ball- room dancing . . . one of those cinema tans . . . always around, but seldom heard . . . a constant grin. EDWARD HERMAN KAPPEL "Eddie', . . . interested in sports, baseball being his specialty . . . photography fan . . . lean and lanky . . . life is one big happy time . . . Boys' 'Jort Club. in +4C...,.5.,V ALBERT PHILIP ECIC9 Us 21,94 wants to become 1 Certified PM "Al" . . . ' .' " z ' interested in reading and sp rts . . . malhia -f6r ' am nt . . . likes softbal . . . enjoys . . . n'ce lad. ' I ' if I xr. if - I NE LEE ISTER lKJ2l lS lxeenmfM ces . . ."Meanie" . . . spends her spare time skating and swimming . , . ace at the ten pins . . . likes to talk. MARY JANE KLATT "Major" . . . sweet and cute . . . after traveling she wants to live in the country . . . enjoys all kinds of sports . . . a real Rembrandt . . . "Gee whizenf' NANCY HARRIETTE KLATT "Nance" . . . all ,round athlete . . . her detemiination is an asset . . . Sarah Vaughn fan . . . Senior Class treasurer . . . musically minded . . . Glee Club . . . jazz fan. 35 CRESHAM BURRELL KILMER "Gresh" . . . ambition is to graduate from college . . . active in sports . . . "Alrighty ho" . . . interested in hunting and fishing . . . Honor Roll student . . . Boys' Sport Club. MARY CATHERINE KINION "Mare" . . . it's a fact, she likes to write letters . . . "That's the way the ball bouncesl' . . . enjoys swimming, reading and dancing . . . future secretary and housewife. EDITH LOUISE KISER Could dance all night . . . hopes to become a secretary . . , loves hillbilly music . . . F. B. L. A .... wants to see the U. S. A. from a blue Chevrolet . . . Bus Council. WILLIAM KISSNER "Bill" . . . tall, quiet and friendly lad . . . interested in all types of athletics . . . can't wait for week-ends to come . . . a member of Boys, Sport Club. WILLIAM LOUIS KRAUSE "Bill" . . . quick wit . . . a "spark', in electrical engineering . . . Bus Council . . . he can usually be found in the Projection room . . . rod anmrgl enthusiast. , . 0 A, at .j-ti el if .' if H- . 'RQWV' ' f X W A of ' , . ffl 0 I 71.61, if MJ ,rl .iff 'I ff' , ' ' . ft ,MWA ff' U, : .ff . ly aw lLL,I .AI- RU NAO N IN f Vjjf ' rffaq- 4 Activ i us C . . . Wants towbe a prigfteiseereta QQ . . . ' or pete ez Lfdrfmestichfpe. . . Neel efand Stiftgh' Club . . . quiet antkmgilgeniail. 1' R 4,ft JAMES THORNTON KNIGHT "Jay', . . . criminology fascinates the lad . . . photography tops list of interests . . . spends a lot of his time dancing and swim- ming . . . Photo Club member. C WI Wig' L af" , SHIRLEY REGINA KRPEJS A'L.C7fHQin Wildwood, N. j .... neat, dark haired girl with spark- ling e s . . . aiming for a secretarial career . . . cute turned up fl! nos . . . "Thank gc mdne" "s Friday." WR wwf wfgwij 1 WALTER JOHN LADERER "Load" . . . Varsity soccer, basketball and lacrosse . . . nothing beats swimming . . . "Which way did he foiv, . . . full of fun B . . . well liked by all . . . good-natured. CAROL ELLEN LAKE Wants to travel around the world in a sailboat . . . dry humor . . . "What ya say dadiw . . . many outside interests . . . exub- erant personality . . . SIoI5I.IoH'rs art editor. - . n . ' SHIRLEY NAOMI LANKFORD- . -N Little and sweet , J. will befa googflionieriiiaker . . . actiye. gin intramrural sports . . . h'as Iany' friends an is loadsyof fun Q. . . aims to be a private ' -retary. r DAVID ULIUS LARSEN lem nd llzy l Lin he smg . . . partic rated in ur operettas x',,.Iik . ...J,'a ' I .glillbil usic . Suffai' . . . Juan . . . Clee Club QW RONALD ANDREW LAUMANN "Ronnie" . . . varsity man . . . future in pro baseball . . . sharp looking and liked by all . .Q . nj. Cosgrove" . . . refreshing wit . . . relishes that southern tried chicken. CYNTHIA LEE "Cindy,' . . . fond of music, art and reading . . . makes a good friend . . . raises Hamsters as a hobby . . . quiet lass . . . member of the Photo Club. 36 ELSIE JANE LEESON ' Bent on becoming a secretary . . . F. B. L. A. . . . "How 'bout that" . . . perky and full of fun . . . Bus Council member . . . happy while dancing . . . commercial- ability. ALICE RIDCELY LEVVIS "RidgeIy" . . . wields a mean hockey stick . . . sports spectator . . . "What s the deal, McNeal?" . . . has a keen sense ot humor . . at home behind the wheel. VIRGINIA LEE LINDNER "Ginny" . . . very likeable . . . . . Student Court I . .lgoocl . L . I v ,. J Y n 1 I it 9 Q . 4 , .l - 1, .1 MARJORIE NEFF LONG "Margie" . . . likes to travel . . retiring disposition . . . enjoys JOAN VIOLA LUCKABAUGH "Lucky" . . . aspires to visit "la belle Francev . . . domestically inclined . . . National Honor Society . . . pleasing personality . . . F. T. A .... SIDELIGHTS Secretary . . . jolly sense of humor. ' NVILLIAM ALTON LYNCH "Bill" . . . surplus of freckles . . . man of few words . . . finds raising heifers and calves an interesting hobby . . . carrot top . . . his lnture is undecided. 37 1 . s CAROLYN FRANCES LEWIS Personality and poise . . . chic clothes . . . Dixieland enthusiast . . . passion for banana sandwiches . . . virtuoso of the ukelele . . . attractive gal . . . intends to see the Eiffel Tower. PHYLLIS JEAN LINDE All ,round athlete . . . sweet disposition . . . engaging smile . . . blushes easily . . . a tuture in nursing . . . avid baseball tan . . . T. A A member . . . National Honor Society. A . inkrested in a nursing career atlrlete . . . gray matter plus . . . Varsity volleyball . . .'-wants to travel. - JANICE LoNc "mix" very amicable . i . jolly sensciof humor . . . planning oika hursing careel' . . I likes sports and rpusie . . . quiet manner Q-A ,.y.+"1Dk 4 .1 alloys reading' tl gmod. oo . 1 - . interested in photography . . . her future points toward a vocation in interior decorating . . swimming. CARL CLIFTON LOTTEREH Musieally inclined lad . . . enjoys vocalizing and tickling the ivories . . . wants to be an insurance salesman . . . a faithful tan ofthe Orioles . . . all around good sport. BARBARA ANN MARSHALL "Barb" . . . college bound . . . ambition is to settle down in Texas . . . enjoys swimming and dancing . . . partial to LeHigh University . . . F. T, A. member . . . likes to write letters. MARY KATHLEEN MARTIN "Kathy" . . . plans to be a secretary . . . cinema fan . . . jolly sense of humor . . . "Check that" . , spends her spare time dancing . . . pretty clothes. RICHARD WARD MARTIN "Dick" . . . future architect . . . acting is a sideline . . . never loses an argument . . . "Happy hunting" . . . has fondness for people . . . fiend for chess . . . individualist. LEWIS RICHARD MATTHEWS "Dick" . . . quiet and good-natured . . . future baseball enthusiast . . . genial personality . . . pretty eyes . . . Varsity track . . . chlorine addict at Stoneleigh pool. J u JEAN LUCILLE LYON Tall, blue-eyed blonde . . . talented hoofer . . . desires to meet a real tall boy . . . her ambition is to become a fashion designer . . . a gifted artist. MARY ANN LYONS Artistically inclined . . . would like to become a commercial artist . . . very personable . . . painting, sculpture and the drama top enjoyments. . . new-comer to Towson . . . Art Club. ALLAN ARTHUR MACHESNEY Mac" . . . delegate to Boys, State . . . friendly personality aspires to gain fame through his trumpet . . . Band member "Harmonairs . . . wants to keep his car running. RONALD CLAY MARCHANT "Ronnie" . . . nice looking . . . swimming and boating enthus- iast . . . ambition is to become a chiropractor . . . likes to tinker with cars . . . pleasing personality . . . Varsity soccer. doctor . . . UNE MCDANIEL Her ambition is to get married . . . enthusiastic about dancing . . enjoys swimming . . . entered Towson in her Junior year pretty, brown eyes . . . reserved nature. TIMOTHY MICHAEL McGUICAN "Tim" . . .hopes to be a future crooner . . . "Hello keedv . . . permanent smile . . . adds a bit of harmony to the Boys' Chorus wearer of the green. 38 4 A ' . C 1 f'f,j"f f . L J 0 'ljfvi-v H ff ftfv i -44 ff ,Lf , 'ii pf 'Ji AZ yy fb Ivy A J' .lil Z! JOSEPH MAXIMILLIAN McKENNA "Mickey" . . . future accountant . . . "For corn sake" . . . collects pennants in his spare time . . . member of the Sport Club . . . likes night life, which includes parties and dancing. NANCY VIRGINIA MCKEWIN "Nan" . . . future stewardess . . . has a fascination for cowboy and Indian history . . . "Oh, cornv . . . appreciates good music . . . likes animals . . . Warbler in the Clee Club. BARBARA AMELIA MQLAUGHLIN "Barb" . . . aim is to become a chic fashion illustrator . . . likes to dance with the greatest of ease . . . has a sly glint in her eye. ROBERT CHARLES MENCEL "Bobby" . . . has a mania for miniature trains . . . ambition is to become a machinist . . . sports enthusiast . . . girls are his l main interest . . . quiet lad. SHIRLEY BEVERLY MILLER A gal with a canary voice . . . "Isn't that a cute little dish" . . . would like to become the efficient secretary . . . collects post- cards in her spare time . . . F. B. L. A. SYLVIA TERRIE MILLER Has desire to become a flying woman in white . . . "Holy cow" . . . has a mania for pizza pie . . . passes time by riding horse- back . . . dramatics . . . job's Daughters. WILMA N. MILLER "Specky" . . . friend to all . . . full of vitality . . 4. a future school marm , . . never a dull moment . . . one of the knit, purl and drop girls. KATHLEEN MARIE MISKIMON Achieved graduation . . . "My heavens" . . . has a liking for convertibles . . . animal lover . . . swimming as a pastime . . . pretty, black hair . . a quict, but amiable miss. JOAN SIIIRLEY MOORE Nice person to know . . . has a knack for fingering the ivories . . . . Varsity volleyball . . . wants to soar into the blue yonder . . . Snnsi.1c:m's copy editor. PATRICIA ANN MOORE "Pat" . . . likes to roam the halls . . . "Let's face it" . . . loves life in general . . . takes an active part in intramurals . . . ace at bowling. 39 LARRY BRUCE MOTTER One of the few who show our movies . . . "Mmm hoyn . . . would like to he a construction engineer . . . always hits the hullseye . . . nautically minded. PATRICIA ANN MULLIKIN "Pat" . . . gal with a lot of spirit . . . Junior Olympics swim- ming champion . . . clothes are the envy of all . . . has a sparkling personality . . . S. C. A. rep, x 95' uf' N31 T! ' ,X SLK- EDNA MAY MYERS N My Q. U 'f'f'Mt"' "Nute" . . . gal withc yeufgkr n me . . a .nialfxlrr souvenirs . . . lilfcijam tripytli lightvsgtygrb. .64-"'fli1' kill itn . . . intramural nts., 6 LV! W -F' lv Profession as a nurse . . . sweet gal with plenty of initiative . . . Oh! that accent . . , Simsmcxnrs co-editor-in-chief . . . I ana P smile . . . nice to know. SARAH ELIZABETH NICKLE Flair for the artistic . . . cute little redhead . . . loyal to Masquers .h . . smart dresser . . . ever on the go . . . tennis fan . . . her future is yet undecided. O DOROTHY EVELYN NOLL "Dizzy" . . . whiz at tennis . . . "Egads" . . . has a knack for stripping auto gears . . . sees military nursing in the future . . . loves Rocket 88,s. JOHN BRUCE MOORES country . . . liuntingis a hobby. KARIN SIRI NELSON TOM MORRIS NOPPENBERGER . . . a yen for the great out-doors. "Jacky . . . wants to acquire four wheels and a chassis . . . "You are a dandyn . . . plans to go to college . . . Varsity cross- HAROLD LEE MOSLEY "Hal', . . . wants to become the worlds deepest diver . . . "Oh phooeyn . . . collects pin-ups . . . motors fascinate him . . . glides across the floor with the greatest of ease. College bound . . . pretty, big, hrown eyes . . . mathematics whiz . . . quiet and friendly . . . takes to water like a fish JOYCE ANN NOVOTNY Looking forward to a future in nursing . . . enjoys singing and bowling . . . "I m game it you aren . . . active in all mtra- mural sports . . . U. N. Y. participant. 40 EMILY ANN NYITRAY "Emmy" . . . wants to do some sort of work which helps others . . . newcomer to Towson . . . enjoys reading about the psychic arts . . . quiet and reserved. CAROLYN KATHRYN OERTEL One of those ukulele gals . . . aims to be a home economics teacher . . , pleasing personality . . . Fred Astaire protege . . . song-bird in the Clee Club. loyal Iris an . . aerri dlhlete . SANDRA OTTO expert rifleman . DONALD WHEELER PARKS "Topper" . . . Varsity stickman . . . belongs to DeMolay . . . boyish chann . . . "Ain't for squat" . . . enjoys swimming at Beaver Springs . . . member of Boys' Sport Club. WILLIAM ARTHUR PARSONS "Bunky" . . . mania for swimming and mermaids . . . dry sense of humor . . . lives for the present . . . neat dresser . . . friendly . . . will do anything once. 41 JAMES FRANKLIN OLIVER Likes taking cars apart . . . future as a machinist . . . avid inter- est in TV . . . enjoys spectator sports . . . swimming is a pas- time . . . member of Boys' Sport Club. FRED RUDULPH OLTMAN Wants to join a big name band and travel . . . that "Chevy" convertible! . . . one of the "Harrnon5tirs" . . . "You just on't look right to me, boy!" WILLIAM PATRICK O'N LL , 3 My GL f' "Duffy" . . Kalways ready ith a goo joke . . . sm on face nev des . . ne f the Beaver Dam cr . . s i man. X7 JANET SMITH OTTE . . a e sonality pleasing to all . . . hockey star . . . those parties! . clothes in Vogue . . . determined to drive a car . . . T. A. A. ice-President. "Sandy" . . . S. G. A. rep .... desires to teach home economics . , . "Does he have any friends?" . . . likes summers in Michigan! . . . friend to all . . . Young Life RODCER CLEVELAND OU RSLER "Rody" . . . pre-med bound . . . shows signs of becoming an . . "Big deal" . . . intriguing brown eyes . . . member of T. H. S. Band . . . stream sportsman. - 1 r 4.' ' A. F P I X 1 ,x 1 4 I - I . Q . 1 r'O .' , A-' y . . - . ' X 4 ' ' -' 0 - U I iv hw 1 V ' s -f YDCLADYS i1E'ARL PEARCE J "Cookie" . . Zlambition is to become a secretary . . . member 'of F. B. I... A .... "You're prettyi' . . . enjoys a good game of softbiall . . . an ardent movie fan. CAROLYN JANE PEAT "Janey" . . . cute blonde . . . T!lIiSl7l!IH,S roving reporter . . . gal with an artistic touch . . . enjoys horseback riding . . . intramural bowler . . . drivers license is her pride and joy. GERALDINE PENNINCTON "Gerry', . . . a lass with a jovial attitude . . . happiness is her life's goal . . . "Hi sugar" . . . has a crazy streak for red convertibles and vanilla milk-shakes. JANET ELIZABETH PERKINS "Perk', . . . has a bubbling personality . . . "On the table" . . . has a mania for milk-shakes and knitting argyles . . . iPuedo a hablar espanol? . . . model seamstress. PHILIP BOARDMON PETERS "Phil" . . . wants to break 70 in golf . . . "My but youire a good boy" . . . future in medicine , . . an intense interest in photography . . . dark, good-looking. NANCY MAUDE PETERSON Nursing as a profession . . . "Oli, my heavensi' . , . adores eating . dreams of owning her own convertible . . . nice gal . . . likes to be a grease monkey. PAMELLA BENNETT PHILLIPS "Pamv . . . ambition is to own a Cadillac convertible . . . likes the navy . . . incendiary redhead . . . participates in all intramural sports . . . Florida is her second home. JOAN BEVERLY PHIPPS "Bev" . . . wants to become a nurse . . . ardent softball fan and player . . . "Whereis Wade-en" . . , enjoys dancing . . . "Smiles" . . . blondie . . . avid Air Force fan. -nf .WW -W W5 'Phi M08 If x I 6 S' M-'dlp Ponca'-a cr,'B6 ' SHIRLEY HELEN PHOEBUS I "Sugi' . . . an up and coming golfer . . . sweet to everyone . . . quite a sports fan . . . enjoys baby sitting . . . C. A. L. S. . . . volleyball . . . big, brown eyes. Cl ffkxlll. fy' DOLOIIES CEI-IALDINE IJLANK "Gerry,' . . . ambition is o wwi -7 ar . . . enjoys making her own clothes . . . "Wim 'ni " it? . mad about hard-boiled eggs . . . interested in mg ople. activities. 'H 3 MF Risen we I Wt if 42 CYRUS FREDERICK PLATE "Cy" . . . can usually be found hunting or fishing . . . Projection Crew . . . terror behind the wheel . . . lacrosse . . . quite a snappy dresser . . . sky blue eyes. ADAM WEBSTER POPP Would like to be a boolckeeper . . . girl shy . . . the strong, silent type . . . friendly manner . . . member of the Bachelor Club . . . has commercial ability. GORDON GILBERT POWER Enthusiastic sports spectator and participant . . . knows a great deal about everything . . . fond of animals . . . SIDELICHTS, business editor . . . good sense of humor . . . Student Court. JANET ANN POWERS Future secretary . . . could dance till dawn . . . passion for music . . . "Get serious" . . . will learn to drive a car, or else . . . enjoys swimming and bowling. ELSIE MARIE RAY Yearns for a Mercury convertible . . . commercial interests . . . passion for hotrod races . . . Geez' . . . en1oys dancing . . . ias pretty eyes . . . gift of gab. WILLIAM CHESTER REATHER "Bill" . . . everybody's friend . . . crazy about lacrosse . . . DeMolay . . . a real clown . . . in spare time can he found either fishing or hunting . . . 4-H Club member. 43 in hunting, Hsl women. JOSEPH BEVERLEY POWERS, Ir. "joe" . . . a future in Uncle Sam's U. S. A. F .... makes a trumpet really talk . . a yen for music . . . is deeply interested QV!! . , ff' off E V LE U ' S NBERR . a .' s-e us . . . "Yo e e . . bitic is t omp . a pa' pag ito K 0' DNEY RAABE WJ Future teacher . . . "I thought I'd dien . . . loves raw spag- hetti and potato chips . . . an academic intellect . . . enjoys swimming and talking . . . friend to all . . . contagious laugh. PATRICIA ANN RANSONE "Patty" . . . class secretary 10, 11, 12 . . . peaches and cream complexion . . , happy go lucky personality . . . "Let's have a party" . . . S. G. A. rep . . . busy as a bee. EVELYN JEAN REICHE "Ritchie" f-.'. smile for everyone . . . avid baseball and basket- ball fan . . . "My great Aunt Minnien . . . likes to go barefoot . . . newcomer to Towson . . attractive ardrobe. 15358 3 Aoi. , fxN9.1i321 wfuuv vewxxxb- 'NJ' XML - 1' 'Q BETTY ANN REMLEY Likes all animals with a particular yen for horses and cocker spaniels . . . enjoys art work of all kinds . . . "Valley-Players" . . . wants to be a gym teacher. RONALD HERMAN RESCH ' "Roni, . . . car enthusiast . . . his ambition is to get his Navy Air Force wings . . . "Yeah, yeahli' . . . DeMolay . . . goes in for photography in his spare time. GEORGE HARVEY RILEY Likes most any type of music . . . has a yen for bowling, skating and swimming . . . likes to dance . . . seen quite often "Goofing off" . . . Boys' Chorus member. SHIRLEY NIARIE RILEY "Shirl" . . . will be a success in whatever she attempts . . . craves southern fried chicken . . . wants to travel . . . quiet . . . an accent on the kitchen. CHRISTINE ROBERTS "Christy" . . . short and sweet . . . lots of fun . . . wants to be an old maid school teacher . . . gorgeous blonde hair . . . a pretty smile . . . F. T. A. member. IO LYN ROGERS Ali for a career in art . . . very good in dramatics . . . big, Xl Q bra es . . . hails from Dulaney Valley . . . lots of fun 3 E . ' th Avenue wardrobe. ROBERT MIDDLETOWN RUBY, Jr. 5 "Bo . . . a d Varsity soccer, basketball and baseball . . . NL 3 X' en' ys danci . a great pal . . . likes all kinds of girls . . . " limp" , . ives like a fiend. Ni NMR GEORGE HENRY RUSS Headed toward a career in auto mechanics . . . very good natured . . . "Don't know, do you?,' . . . liked by everyone . . . jovial sense of humor . . . contagious laugh. JUNE LOUISE RUTHERFORD "Reds" . . . excells in art of any kind with a particular trend toward the modernistic side . . . future lies in a career as a 1 secretary . . . likes ice skating. 44 J RALPH WALLACE SA W gi! . ' . . - . la Sports enthusilst, es cl' y r' . . ' fishing . . . lots.o in a gre' al . pretty blue eye: . pe Sf ality 1115 J I my v 1- Af S E ' "Shi,rl' . . i ir R ' ,hjymzn . . . zrtia Ocean City and Beaver'S n . "h h' sayiv, . . 1 enjoy. ice skating . . C1 L. S. . p ts a neat Qppearancer . 9 I I ' I All l 4 . V . , 30 1 ELSIE MARIA SCHAEWEL "Schultz" . . . wants to be a stenographer . . . indulges in ice . skating, swimming and oil painting . . . "Ain't you had no brunging up?" . . . handy with a knitting needle. CAROL LEE SCHAFFEH "Shale" . enjoys swimming and horseback riding . . . member ot S1nEL1r:H'rs . . . "Geedy-ho" . . . witty and easy going . . . C. A. L. S .... active in church affairs. ARTHUR HENRY SCHMERSAL "Otts" . . . his ambition is to be a music teacher . . . a member of the Band and Orchestra . . . participated in the State Orches- tra . . . lots oi fun. FRED THILDE SCHMIDT "Fritz" . . . outdoor enthusiast . . . can be found making fish- ing lures in his spare time . . . bowling champion . . . "It's O. K. with mei' . . . active in DeMolay. JJ i " ' ' , j J RUTH EVELYN SCHMIDT! ' i i Will make a good secretary . "7 1 Q 1 . . e ' ma t covers . . . enjoys roller s ix , ' ninf J al . . palette fiend . . . active in R ' oss , ' l r i f 'A NA' OUISE SCHULTE j "Murphy" . . . ambition is to become a secretary . . . member of 4-H Club . . . enjoys horseback riding . . . clicking needles . . . that red hair . . . a quiet lass. SUSAN NANCY SCHUCK "Sue" . . . to know her is to like her . . .n active in Student Court . . . music major . . . has a heart ot gold . . . college bound . . . blushes easily. JANIS IDA SCHULER "jan" . . . head cheerleader . . . wants to amalgamate with a man with a million . . . enjoys all music irom Bach to boogie . . . How many days till Friday? . . . T. A. A. representative. 45 fi UV N www alt MARTHA ROSE SCHWARZKOPF "Marv . . . ambition is to be a secretary . . . intramural basket- ball . . . "How ,bout that" . . . greatest desire is to own a baby blue convertible . . . likes dancing. DONALD CHARLES SEDLACK T U WJ s IVA A 1 my V , ndptvfiliixicr BELL SHARRER a ic . . -1 'Kfsarges -and dancing . . . future secretary . . ' 's th ztetf . engaging personality . . . Bus Ci -' 'e nqlit, Hnetanwgf. . . wants a baby blue con- t'...,vertil '. . il va 1. . x w n . X 2 ul ll X X 1 v . .' Q Plans on a secretarial career . . . WVhats that?v . . . always jf ' laughing . . . member ot F. B. L. A. and Bus Council . . . at . N' ease in the kitchen . . . roller skating fan. , 5 x "Donn . . . loves the great outdoors . . . Senior Class President . his dimples are an asset . . . would like to join the Air Force . . . broad pair of shoulders. RICHARD PAUL SEIDEL "Dick" . . . doesn't know exactly what the future entails . . Varsity cross country and track . . . "I wouldnit say so" . excels in swimming . . . dry sense of humor. DANIEL JOSEPH SHANAHAN "Dann . . . rh thmic Qerfection on the dance floor . . . . 1 1 1 I . - participates m intramural sports . . . sensible and nonsensical as the occasion demands . . . active in Y. M. C. A. . . . f interested in girls. is ROBERT ALLEN SHANKLIN "Hatchet" . . . at ease on the ice rink . . . baseball enthusiast . . . constantly carefree and casual . . . intramural participant . . . Boys Spor Club. . . enjoys swimming and ice hockey. WETHEL ELEANOR SHECKELLS JOYCE ELAINE SHEELER Gift of gain . . . desirous of a Cadillac convertible . . . basket- ball whiz . . . "Don,t get ostipedatedi' . . . sports top her interests . . . junior Red Cross . . . short and peppy. JOHN WARREN SHELLEY "Wheaty" . . . fast on his feet . . . agricultural interests . . . Boys' Sport Club . . . pleasing disposition . . . valued player in intramural sports . . . cross country and track. FRITZ SHILDT Enthusiastic when it comes to hunting . . . "I don't known . . . life revolves around auto mechanics . . . a quiet lad . . . always smiling . . . friendly to all. 46 PHILIP HARRISON SHOCK "Phil" . . . has that certain manner essential to a salesman . . . Hi-Y . . . ability and lots of spirit on the baseball diamond . . . Towson Boys' Club member. EVELYN JEANNETTE SIMS Future school mann . . . passion for eating and hornrims . . . C. A. L. S .... an athletic Hair . . . T. A. A .... Talisman editor-in-chief . . . always in a stew. gif: .-"-" J V, ll .IV . . BARBARA ANN SIRKIN -' I . "Barbie" . . . craves eating . . . Glee Club Jlecoinpanist would like to play in a piano recital . . . 'pleasing personality . . . member of United Nations Youth. LYNNDA LEE SKINNER ns to be a social service worker . . . "Oh, gosh" . . . makes up for her "Lil', babycloll . . . pla paint and palette expert . . size in enthusiasm. we ALBERT VVILSNVORTH SMITH SHIRLEY IRIS SOHL "I" , . . has a friendly personality . . . indulges in parties, swnnnnng and skating . . . Daddy-O . . . desires to be a medical secretary . . . knitting expert . . . intramurals. JOYCE ROMAINE SPANCLER Calm and considerate . . . is happy while sewing, swimming or dancing . . . "Gee dad" . . . desires secretarial work in the medical Held . . . pretty red hair. 47 "Al" . . . casual and carefree . . . Varsity baseball . . . owner of that famous blue Ford . . . pretty, blue eyes . . . "Don't know do you?" . . . right field ace. DONALD EMMETT SMITH "S1nittyv , . . a stream sportsman . . . plans on a career as an electrical engineer . . . "Daddy-O' . . . always smiling . . . intramurals of all kinds . . . car happy lad. ROBERT EDWARD SMITH "Bohn . . . trains rabbit hounds . . . considering the Merchant Marine after graduating . . . active in DeMolay . . . sociable . . . one of the stickmen . . . Projection Crew . . . square dancer. L' -Wi. .f' ELEANQR ELIZASETH SNYDER ilibesg. ..?enjo3pl raiding, knigmg and basketball gohing the inture . . . har worker and is-ry Rnzil '-' ' "' -'f Of.E'lLLllOlIh . . .. works in tht library. , . .4 . - W ' ,.' DONALD DAVID SPRICCS "Don" . . . at home behind the unforseen domestic Hair. traveling . . . sees herself as a Y CL I N BELL STANDIFORD Lik le e on lity . . an office helper . . . has a passion for st ' 195 aid wa meloi parties . . . "Oh my cowv . . . 4' io ,o e ng ' 'eere y. C , 5 l DALYN NAOMI STAPF I raina - Ha . enjoy. ci mg capers on the dance floor . . - vcr a tyk. . on Oc an City sand will do . . . n vid iz 'st . Jer 1 r jelly sandwiches. X A CI ANN 'T "P . nts t work an get married . . . enjoys swimming a 1 vi . .ovzfliee help r . . . one of the "knit one, drop 5 two firls . . . calm disposition. .iw Qi DORA STILES "Mar" . . . ever on the go . . . Talisnmn page editor . . green cycs . . . tuturc in merchandising . . . i'Ta-de-dum!" . . . ycn tor Bermuda . . . S. G. A. rep. RUTH ALBERTA STINEFELT A futurc nurse . . . likes any food at any time . . . yen to travcl around thc world . . . enjoys bowling, skating . . . appreciates Dixieland nmsic. DONALD MCKEE STONEH . . . energetic manner . . . Uni southern drawl . . . Boys' Chorus "Bob" . . . tall and nice looking . hillbilly music . . . participates in . . . wants to get through school wheel . . . participates in all intramural sports . . . has a mania for cars and girls . . . has an JANET ANN STANCLIFF "Dimples,' . . . gets a kick out of cheese sandwiches and future secretary . . . has an interest in church activities . . . Glee Club. "Don" . . . good sport . . . indulges in television and music ted Nations Youth . . slow . . . intramural swimming. ROBERT FINLEY STREETT . . plays the guitar and likes all sports . . . Varsity lacrosse 48 NANCY LEE STROH "Nance" . . . future secretary . . . "How can you tell?', . . . Red Cross Club . . . pretty brown eyes . . . adores yellow convertibles . . . smooth on the dance floor. MARY CERALDINE STROTERHOFF "Shorty" . . . very attractive with pretty brown eyts college bound . . . partial to poodles and Dramatics Club . . . likes to harmonize . . "Em" . . . baseball fan . . . ,Iob's Daughters . . . short and snappy . . . "You better believe it" . . . plays softball lor Kiwanis . . . possesses original wit . . . Locker Crew. JAMES ERNEST SUNDERLAND, jr. "jun" . . . a good dancer . . . future mechanic . . . sharp dresser with a quiet personality . . . "No kidding' . . . ax id sports fan . . . likes bowling and driving, GALE XVILMA TALLEVAST "Cale" . . . always a smile for everyone . . . television bug . . . a whiz on the hockey field . . . sports enthtrsiast with an easy- foing ,nature ,,. . ye for. cling, . - Q .17 V. V 7 if L .,f!6CcC,2QjaA47Li fu c-,ci lil-z4 I szxdf , gba! J' ,,4.f,-,711 ycff rf ff newark 5 ,cf Lyn- ,nv Q mari? Xiu r ,ft A f uirre . . . has a cha ful nersonahty . . . want. yf A q 1 it I 1 1 X secretar and get married . . . NVell, what are you ig., to . . . en' vs dancin 1 and swimming. 1 . E, L BARBARA TILYARD TAYLOR "Barb" . . . headed for college . . . "Hey, wait a minute" . . . longs for those "faraway placesu . . . quiet spoken . . . par- ticipates in intramurals . . . F. T. A .... sports spectator. JANE KIRWAN THIEMEYER " anien . . . looking forward to college . . . friendly and sociable . . . "Oh, goody gumdropsn . . . member of the F. T. A .... takes time out to knit . . . pretty clothes. MARTHA RUTLEDGE TIIIEMEYER W "Marty" . . . thrives on tailored clothes . . . enjoys long hair music and bowling . -. . "You know what I me-ann . . . pretty smile . . . member of Board of Elections. ALBERT B. THOMAS "Al" . . . mutt size . . . participates in all intramural sports . . . who knows what the future holds . . . likes hillbilly music . . . basketball fiend . . . Chess Club. 49 BETTY LEE TILLMAN "Betty', . . . wants to be a VVAF . . . "That,s my boyiv . . . likes hillbilly music . . . Youth Fellowship . . . quiet and loyal friend . . . likes to watch "hotrod" races. Future as a telephone operator . . . "Play it cooli' . . . yen to travel westward . . . jet black hair . . . friendly to all . . . she can draw tool FRANCIS WILLIAM TOYER "Bill" . . . career as a draftsman . . . enjoys ice-cream . . . good at doodling . . . avid swimming fan . . . a practical jokester . . . active in our Stage Crew. ELMER AUCUSTUS TRACEY "Bill" . . . wants a chicken farm . . . "What's new?" . . . likes a quiet summer camp . . . congenial . . . collects foreign money . . . Glee Club . . . likes all sports. DOROTHY LOU THOMAS "Dottie,' . . . would like to earn a college diploma . . . an ardent party fan, especially slumber parties . . . "I got your numberi' . . . arrived in her senior year. MARY ELIZABETH THOMAS "Betty" . . . friendly smile . . . enjoys badminton and bowling . . . ambition is to join the Waves . . . another Ocean City fiend . . . F. T. A. member . . . "Pete,s sakef' f A ii jjj X e i My-V I ng If FLOYD WILWI T I ' X I "Floyd', . +11 oqxiizd Jr ' . . 4 ts 1 a wild life farm . . . f eng-fo all . . s gra y, las etball . . . auto no xr er r -i a i ' J .f I I - 5 if ,A i 'F j I if QV kj , ' f J N B. T RIFT "Dut'1- . . . xtur cretf, nts ' baby ie con tl . J n it . . . OLe.n .1 ,flgijfljxlmi keKbcm I S l l gr ,K HELEN TOM ARTHUR CHARLES TRUFFER "Arty . . . future electrical engineer . . . Band and Orchestra . . . plays a sweet sax . . . baseball player . . . "Harmonairs" . . likes photoghaphy . . . joker . . . "Fraud so." WILLIAM PHILIP GERALD VANCURA "Lump'l . . . future millionaire . . . lanky lacrosse player . . . likes sports of all kinds . . . "hotrods" and women are his hobbies . . . friendly guy . . . likes parties. 50 ' 7-,-5 -.--- .1 In ' ss Q RICHARD POULAERT VANDEN BOSCHE "Vandy" . . . an individualist with definite ideas . . . scientific future . . . Varsity team manager . . . enjoys camping-and hunting . . . works with photography . . . SiDELiGHTs staff. ELAINE HELEN VANIK "Rich" . . . future vocalist . . . collects souvenirs . . . 'Tin cold" . . . ace at the alleys . . . talented seamstress . . . Clee Club . . . knits argyles . . . enjoys hillbilly jamborecs. X JOAN MARIE VEBROSKY "joanie" . . . will be a teacher . . . plays the accordian . . . "What the hayln . . . Girls' Chorus . . . likes football and dancing . . . nice to know. MARY HELEN VIERLINC "Sis" . . . future beautieian . . . "Oh, that kid" . . . U. N. Y. . . . friendly gal . . . watch that twinkle in her eye . . . Bus Council member . . . bowling enthusiast. . . . Marine booster . . . nlays "Crt-yi' . . . always ready for ANNE ESTELLE WATKINS distant friends . . . prefers future Florence Nightingale 1 "Spike" . . . sharp dresser . DONNA LEE VVELCH "Zippy" . . . always on the go . . . she loves music and blue Fontiaes ideal with kligls . . ,IZ-Xollhrii fooliif ing... I . utura artist . sunny si . I I J I . ' .f , 4 I - I ' u A . ,pf ,-'ff fa' , -.1 . Q' ' J 1, j 3 4' ,V 7 ' Ji' -f fx,'Jf"..f V - , , , . , ' 'fu A4 A 4 ' It 'l .MADELON ELAINE WELSH Pflt' l n9a0 figure c' ht on skatts "A stitch in time su es nine" . qu'et fund friendly . . . collects nick-naeks . . . dxfidnfa out enamel Wilde. . i , 51 boats . . . one of the stickmen , . . party-goer . . . Varsity soccer . . . future engineer . . . VVADEEN LILLIAN WALTER "Wadecn" . . . wants to become a housewife . . . "NVhere's Bev?" softball for T. H. S and Parkville . . . another sports-minded gal . . . pleasing personality. CREYDON DOSS WARD a good time . . . "I like the wide open spaces" . . . partial to music . . . collects match-book covers . . . active in Sea Scouts. Hails from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania . . . writes letters to sports, especially football . . . . . . likes to visit old friends. VERNON EDWARD NVATTS, jr. . . DeMolay . . . builds model Young Peoplm-'s Fellowship. -fl-. I fl Q V2- WVILLIAM FRANCIS WEYANT "Bill" . , . radio fiend . . . "I..et's knock it off" . . . collects rare coins . . . career in the Navy . . . rod and reel enthusiast . . . active in intramurals. ROBERT NVELLS WHITE "Bob,' . . . ambition is to be a mechanic in the navy . . . 'iWatch the birdie, please" . . . enjoys bowling . . . carefree individual . . . "Man, look at that boyln . , ,Q . A . '.IL'l"' IW" vblwi' .fir 'l L' I lgiltb ' 'LI 'ills l' J' V , jQ.ftQQtL'O ES ELAINE WILHELM rtv ' ' v lr'Willie" . . . enjoys livestock shows at Timonium . . , domestic L ,, ' ' type . . . "For the time being" . . . loves "tar away placesl' lil lu ' xt. ,., happy-go-lucky . . . everybodyls pal. . r",,l.2..1l"L: A It ju -' J A 'LII' 'Wmf IU' ' Nw- A. It l 1-1 ,Ii RUTH ANN WILKINSON -'L I'f'J"llI1cly" . . . impish grin . "Oh well, that's lifelu . . . u Lv' personality gal . . . dreams ot Bermuda . . . a future teacher or 'A nurse . . . Young Lite . . . clark complexion. I I I MARCAHET ELOISE WILLIAMS "Peggy" . . . partial to cars, especially convertibles . . . warbles in the Clee Club . V. . incurt Ile tease . . . "I love my husband, but oh you lcidfgff. quiet' ersonality. .84 I 5' ,Ji lf! 1. 1 ' ,. . l A XAJ L4 , t U, 5- j. ,I lI253iI.YN LOUISEQWILIIANIS l ij--f' ff lfle ,,1. . vit' ty plgtylf. . collect? dolls from foreign ' - . , untries . . ., " ln' .'. Parlgvwd "Hee"fJ .ofuture military .1 YJ., nurse . . 'Jpl' s bas all fof Hamilton Kiwanis. ' 'J l J! l . ' pi H v f . I ' ' 'I ,. 2 3. X:LIzAai2'rH JEAN WILSON' . ,- , H , I Betty" . . . a pleasing disposition . . . craX'es ice cream . 'l I 'Q "YVait a minute!" . . . Youth Fellowship . .41 good friendnx. . 1 wmtts to be an eleinexrtary school teacher. A a ,. Y ' . J 'H' P o - f 1' EUGENE O,DUNNE WINAND l "Gene" . . . a Ben Hogan fan . . . ambition is to be a lawyer 1 or an F. B. I, agent . . . "Boy, hes really gonel, . . . sports- minded lad . . . easy going. ANNE POLAIRE WINDELER "Polly" , . . would like to have her own private school . . Inember of the F. T. A .... is interested in Cirl Scouts . . enjoys being with people . . . Dramatics Club. VVILLIAM FRANK WIRTZ "Windy" . . . ambition is to be a wearer of the Navy Blue . . . member of the Library Club . . . enjoys fishing and baseball . . . likes to sleep and be lazy. 52 I H , JAC EifK2TA jL . " e" . . . iti m to home economics teacher . . . 0 knitting . a-s an ty "miss" . . . dark, curly hair . . . " :thi " . . G. A.,Izlj. D . 649 NANCY LEE VVRICHT "Nuns" ho us to hc '1 arivatc secretary s orts enthus . . . . . 1 A. 2 . 1 . . I , .... p . .- iast . . . parties and dances . . . gal with pretty clothes . . . Varsity xolleyhall . . . will shine in any crowd. BETTY JANE ZIEBER Future medical secretary . . . talented artist . . . likes howling and tennis . . . decoration chairman for junior-Senior Prom . . . attractive, with pretty hlue eyes , . . TUIISIIIIUI reporter. jOYCE CA ROLYN ZU RLL "Squirrel" . . . enjoys swimming and hadminton . . . secretarial career . . . talented in dramatics . . . ever ready with a sympa- thetic ear . . . she finally learned to shift gears! 53 ,, .P ,,. L MARGARET CATHERINE YAECER "Peggy" . . . dramatic flair . . . our leading lady.. . . pretty, with long lmlonde hair . . . enjoys dancing . . . friend to all . . . natural warmth and charm. BARRY IIOYT YEATMAN Likes going to parties and dances . . . wants a future in land- OWU scaping . . . is hest in lmaskctlmall . . . plays lacrosse . . . Tcwwsrmw Drix'er's Association . . . hroad shoulglga. ' V A, , JZ-M' Lip .li , .V ,mtl ' My M t W BARBARA ANN YUTZY QA' ' fn' f,L,'v . Yutz . . . spends her time laughin ant tal mg . . . pretty , smile . . . "I like it" . . . future in drcssmaking . . . appealing xfl 01101 to tie eyes . . . active in tie T. A. A. My I JAMES MICHAEL ZACIIARKO Q14 tfjirnmyn , , , aspires to he a success in the business world . . . an ? accomplished organist . . . actually likes ancient history and M astronomy . . . prefers baseball and tennis . . . pretty hair. 2, 'E' -2? 0 ROBERT SHANKLIN ZARROCK "Bohn . . . curly hair . . . newcomer to Towson . . . lived in " if Argentina and Peru . . . likes all sports, especially spear fishing . . . enjoys dancing and parties . . . terrific personality. SHIRLEY ANN ZEMBUVVER "Shirl" . . . loves hillbilly music and horses . . , has a collection of horse statues . . . participates in all sports . . . short, attractive hrunette . . . Locker Crew. N Tl IE IUNIOR CLASS Thi- juniors lmvc zlccolnplislwd lnncli in prvpzlring to tulw ovvr tlli'll' jolms as Scniors. U11clm'tlic'a1lJl0 lm-uclc-l'sliip of tlivir sponsors and olliccrs, tlic class luis C0lltl'll7lltCll mncli to ini- provc scliool spirit. Tlwir initizltivv, zllnility and tulvnt was sllown when tlu-y gun- tliv junior-Svnior Prom. he ll noor Class jus ion Clnxss S1'oNsx ms Lvft fo right: Mrs. Mains, Nliss llolu-rts, Nlr. Naircloni- Mr. BIlKLfUSli0. their biggest vvont of thi- your. Anotlivr lligll- light was the recciving of tlwir rings. Cupzllmle juniors also lic-lcl svvcrul major offices in scliool organizations uncl many lu-5' positions on scliool tcums. A 0 3 v ik u - f -s. .luxlon Cnlxss OI4'l"lKIl'IliS lmf! to right: l,l'l'.YiIll'lll, Aluvlx Fossi-tt: XyiI't'-Pl'l'.X'iIll'Ilf. Left fo riglif: S1'f'l'I'f!Il'U, llutriciu llowi-llg 'l'r1'11sur1'r, llvrlwrl llvss. Ricln1rclF'risli. 54 I .X 5 ,f . , -N... F ' jg IIB. Fir.s'f muy loft tu riglzt: P. Clvmm-nt, P. Carroll, S. Dawson, S. ClI3lN:R':'fll. L. CIIIUIIOXYIIII, N. Coclwy. N Drm-wry, C. Cowan. C. Cluypool, D. Dvilu-rt, P. Clark, A. Cyplwrs. Second mfr: ll. Clark, C. Iiraulcll. -I. Iiuclc, Croyln-, -I. Cofivll, A. Dunkvs, C. Conklin, NV. Bissq-II, J. Hamm-, B. Bolling-r. li. Bull. Tluirrl ruff: C. Bruwn. C Bishop, B. BYQIYIIIZIII, Pm. Burmun, C. lhnlv, C. Cassidy, E. Blvy. B.' Bm-unm-tt, -I. Carroll, B. Bows-11, 'lf III-nk:-It 9 f I P r- , .4 ., .,.,,,l-1 IIA. I"ir.s'f mir, lvft fu right: B. Iizlssffofcll, .T.4BsINX:lll1III, .I.4I31"11liI-fivlcl, C. Caumlrutzl, 'I'. Caunplwll, IC. Bllwllvr. C Iiul Bllllll II Adlxlll I Bl Il Bum I Anclux Szcrnrl :HL I Bllll C All I P I I 'Xl s0v,C. '1 , . " S, . ass, . 's, J. Airs. ."'r '1 ': N. 1 1-', I. . 'lIilCllS, . lzlgcml. I I'l1lIflfCI', S. Bush, E. Iiurklurzrdt, C. CIQIIIC, R. Buslcr, C. Anthony. Tlzirfl row: C. Amos, F. Alla-lx, ll. lkurrlsclulr-, ll. Bnxtm-r, C. Buyuo, B. Baruliairt, C. Asha-, NY. BRIIIISIOIQ P. Bnilvy, C. Aro, Ii. III-alslvy, -I. Buycr. h f . 1 1 s f .- . H , - A' " ' ' - -I . 1 -'- yv . 1 - ,s.An. ' 2 'O I C . I . Mn.. fx -. r' . Browning. I O E , , . fbiqq I ,. .4 I. , I. I I , ' .I ix ' ."4 -' ' IIC. First rmv, Icfl In right: F. Fay, N. Furncr, P. Eldridgv, C. Eclmomls, 1. Iippvrsmm, P. Cvttmun, B. C4-orglv, 5 Calm, C. Iinsor, M. Iimgc, C. Calloway. Svcaml -row: H. Eiclmlvr, B. IDQ-nlmuw, L. Cuuulnmun, P. ISKIXVRITLIS, XV. Flzm xgaux, II. Dyson, D. Eclc, Ii. Eiring, A. Essvl. J. Frcclamcl, H. Ensor, II. Cromwell, C. IJUIIIIIQ. Tlrirzl row: IC. I'IilSI II. l3IIIl'il'l', B. Eggvlw, IJ. Cmwlvy, Pl. Cm, XV. Doclgv. Crawford, A. Hull, J. Ifmgv. N. CIIYIIISIOII, C. Cullyvr, ' .. I N . 5 x p ,g' v 55 K. . 6 I 1 I.. Au- 1 b o jp? ,,. jr . Gal Lx I an ll ' in all 'v c -1 'Un llD. I"ir.s't row, lzfft in right: B. Hussingvr, B. Hull, S. Hvld, R. Hurtzcll, NI. Harlow, NI. Huyc-s, NV. Hoursv, li cll'K'l'll, K. Crawfc-, F. llwlcuck, bl. llc-tt. Svrrmrl row: QI. Faxilwllmlm-, P. Flm-ming, P. Grams, J. Craucl, J. Hull, I Cilmb, L. llufvr, C. Flichlnam, B. Foster. Tlzirll row: D. Frisch, H. Cmom. H. clily, -I. Huh-s, D. f:I'lu7PllllUH., I Cl'l'Si1'llllL'l'g. A. Fz1l1llllvl'oy,.l. Fussvit, -I. Exlgvl, C. l7rzu1k, ' M M" of fijd IP fi. 4556. C. V". ' :, f 'g :M. Km-cg '. ' Ilill, L. Jones, C. .Ium-s, M. Kuppvl, Y. jnm-s, B. King, B. Kumps, C. llurllmrink, AI. Ill .W-"DS Ilutlm, N. Kihlw, l-. Um IIIIKINUII, -I. VIHCKSOII, 'I' N. Huwvll, H. llzlrlmv, AI. Hoy, , SDJ nwxvdv I' . A Q A ' U , V 3 LP Jfw QQ' Ill". I"ir.s't rmlf, Ivft to rigllf: A. LL-lm-r, C. Mules, J. NlL'Dl'I'l11IJtt, E. Kncfcly, C. Krumm, -I. Xl1lilJi'l'g, H. Mau ' IIUSIIUY, S. King, QI. Llwkulmalllgll, C. Hogarth, C. Lixingston, BI. I..0i'KCl'lllllll, B. Kurth, S. Kilroy, NI. -Iaunzu ' Swvnrlzl ruuv R. Krause, C. Ixludclox, -I. Lynllmcrg, J. Lewis, F. Mn-Cuv, M. A. Kilmul, C. Ln-itzv, C. l.un1lu'c-c Ili 1 ll. Lvmlwrg, S. MQVL-V, C. Kringlc, I. llimcs. 'l'l1ircl1'mc: B. Lc-ntl, ll. Lvuglw, -I. Linton, J. Xlutthc-ws, S. 1,1-wxx H. :XiL'Kt'l1l1ll, C. Lewis, T. MvNIalufn, D. Linfield. D. Manning, B. Litsinger. T. NIL'Ci1lHvI'Py, H. Lowe-rev. ' s , s 0 I r Q . I ' . If-nkius, 1. ,I vs, . ward, N. I1-wi-tt, 13 mu 56 IJ' f'g.j hmdvav A .. ,. V V V rf 4 10,1 nr rj" 1 x NC 1' x I b 4 M N.?"'-,J - I ' x A 4 v Q M7 i .J S' A v A I p' 3035 xjti- " A -X J ,gy-A I gL,',2, 5 xx IJA, K- , I SK . , gp of Nita ','..f'0 gl . i s v J ' 4 4 E LI ltr' W IPM f 0 tv. .df- S If IIC. Ifilxs-I muy Ivff In rigflll: If. XIiIIvi', A. XIzlsiIvI-Q. Y. Norris, N. Pzu'risIi, P. I,llSSIllllll, P. Niustm-i'mam. Ii. Unstvr- V Im I O1 thi nlt I Img, N Nlillu P Nath S Xlmttnwii I Nth Su lmu li I'iixth II Pittmm II J 4. ,H ALI, .. 's"a' , .. .1 j,i'..i .."a '. ,...'zs.."'mu ,VL If Ntilssm. I.. Nlyvrs, AI. Xt-ii5LvI, C. Parr, I.. Mt-l'cImiit, S. NIiiich, -I. Xlzisiliiuiv. D. Ui'xiIIt-, II. I.1tscIlIu-, C. Nwppvi. 51" f' Tflirrl rmr: Cf. Xlcyt-l'. V. NIL-ttvv, A. NIL'LIilIgt'I', NI. NIisSiL'Ii, L. Xlvssick, D. Nm: A. I'c'rl'y, II. Xc'wI4ii'IQ, ID, IYIIIAIVII, ' I.. I,lgl'f'K'Lll'. K. Puttc-rsmi, II. Ituirigli, N. Nutiilv, H. IhIl7IIH'l'SI101llI, j. Phlim-. ,V I I 1 Q' . ' ' 'fx . 5 . ..f + ., .fi f .. S I f xqfilgf I H.. 1 fb f. ,b' I I I i 'UL ' x V M1 . if 44 .t 'WL ,Huy ' .Swv If O it . flfrjv ' IIII. l"ir.st nur. lvft tu right: C. Slicnts, P. Qiuitmim, H. liiisst-II. II. Rzuih, II. liolic-rts. P. Russo Nl. liamlxm, NI. PII-ilI't-ip X. Quiglvy, P. Rt-it-r, NI. St-Ilzlft-r, C. SCIIlIl1IiXYl'IIl'I', E. Ht-iIIy, H. I.. Rilvy. sl't't'HIlI ruu':1V. St-Im-iIwi', I". S1lIIt'l'I5l4l'f', -I. IIit'Ila1l'tIsmi, C. Puci, KI. I.. lim-kt-tt, PIa1im', P. CnyIv, D. Pi'iL'4', II. I.. Ijl'IIQ'II1Il'1I, II. Iiitvhit-. St'Illll'k'lllLlll, Rup1wrsIwrgt-r. Tlzird rmr: T, I'ILlIIII7l'l'j.Il'l', II. ltingmsc, N. Iiit-Iiiilxlscmli, II. lim-iIIy, 'If liih-y. II. Item'- Iamtls, XI. IIIIUIUII, K. IIID17It'IllK'yt'l', -I. St1cItIt-r. 'I', lIiiIx-Iiimg: C. Ihifit-Im. D. Hauiscli, IS. Ric-htti Xa -ll.: -'wtf C1 . 'if 1 u s u.- .. L. . .- 24.1.,'- 14 A in., 4. A 1 'f LL f 3 4 5. I -f A pf' ful .Wi SI M , ' 1 N I llvl. I"ir.s-I mu: Irft fu right: P. Smit-Ii, S. Stmiglit. II. Smith, S. Schmidt, T. StniicIiI'm'cI. IC. SIN-I-In-IIs, Nl, SIizlli1lI1z1ll,Q1m I.. St'hmicIt, II. Snimlt-r, N. StmtcrIiuII', C. StamcIiI'I, C. Smith. Swmicl rout: M. St-it-tliznii, Cl. Smith, II. Sli'XX'ilI'I, L QR. Y. SIIAIW, NI. SL'IlISSIt'l', B. Stick, P. Swtmi, -I. Sc-im, NI. Smith, NI. Stvgiiitiii. Pr. StLll'Ii1'y, If. Spf-cIcIn'i1. 'I'lzirrl 1'tHl'.' . I NI. Smith, II. Smith, T. Smith, -I. Hitt:-r. H. Sulim-Ii, B. Smith, Nl. Shimmick, D. Smitt, D:xSt1'oI1i1lc-yvig I.. Smith X ' II. Swhmy. X ' ' ' -" x I 1 D A I - . ' 34" . ' ' Lx' 1 , ,T .. 5- I fy! ' X .L ,iff , v K K . - gm if E Nl L U7 ,. XJ , I H , ,, ,, W! .... , ,. ,..,., ,, ,,. ...., ..... ,,,.., ........, U. wmv.. H 1 , . Y, . 7iSIlllIll D. Tllmn mm, N. Yau-fvr S. Uhlun, M. NV:xrd. Sl'f'l7Hf1 ruuv: B. 'l'l1mn1s4m , , JK Af ,R vm lulnlul I vvllltllllj., I' W X R N llu 1 D X Villson, C. ' ' mu s, bl. Tnrm-ll, K. Vickc-ry, J. XVindsor, A. White, E. Taylor, j. xv1lXL'I', J. XVulka-r, B. xVilLIll0l' V1-1-doll. Tllircl row: B. NVhitc-llurst, XV. Truulwcill, E. Vvilltibll, C. Xvllffillgtllll, R. Vimw-nic, C. 'Vrottc-r, F. Yun dc-l'111ust, G. Tyrn-ll, R. Vinson, -I. NVilliauns, B. VRIIIESS, B. Winvs, E. T1-gcdvr. , E, ' '1 " ' -- 'Q D A, ' " JUNIORS PREPARE DECORATIONS FOR JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM ,. "'k b 58 'L Sophomor C ass THE SC JPHUMORE CLASS A very active Sophomore Class has shown much initiative in its various activities. Its main event of the year was the Sophomore Prom which displayed the cooperativeness and class spirit of the 10th grade students. The class has contributed many athletes to the Yarsity and Jayvee teams as well as spon- soring a movie together with the freshmen. The Sophomore Officers have worked in close alliance with their faculty advisors to guide the class in its decisions and projects. During this year the sophomores have developed strong ties of loyalty and are looking forward to a promising future as upperclass- men. M . Sovuoxiomc C1..xss Svoxsons Left Io riglit: Miss NVoods, Mr. Hohinson. Soenosioiue Cl..AX ss Omficigns lmfl to right: Premlent, Ronald Nohleg Vive-President, Left to right: Secretary, Patricia johnstong '1'rc'usurer Fred Theisx. Susan VVhiteford. 59 IUA. First rrnr, left Io right: N. Bailey, 1. Bailey, D. Atwill, B. Aspinull, E. Barnes. M. Bzitterclen, M. Bentell, C. Bookinnn, M. Armstrong, D. Billett, A. Blottenlmerger, M. Arclison, M. Baker, B. Berwunger, D. Alylmott. Serum! rout ll. Blottenlmerger, B. Baker, L. Blessing, S. Ainent, I. Bull, M. Bagley, D. Albert, D. -Iolinson, L. Baigclon, li. Burtliai, A. Breiclenlmngli, VV. Brunslmy. '1'11ircI1'mL': B.Cla1rke, D. Butz, L. Cuples, N. Brough. Tlzirrl rorr: 'I'. Bezieluly, D. Baiynes, D. Alexzlncler, S. Aselienlmrenner, L. Benton, D. Anderson, D. Benfer, B. Belselnier, IOB. Fir.s't row, Ieff Io right: S. Butenson, E. Curswell, D. Brown, P. Byrnes, B. Breinker, Brown, P. Breiclen- stein, P. Brown, C. Buzlmy, B. J. Brown, B. A. Brown, N. Boone. Second I'U1L'I J. Carroll, S. Clnunlmers, M. Czislells, M. Burns, ll. Breiclenstein, B. f:ll0IlOVVl'll1, J. Cook, T. Clarke, D. Butz, L. Cuples, N. Bflblljlll. Tliirll row: 'lf Cooney, j. Brown, D. Cuples, AI. ciliIy1JOOlP, B. HI'6iCli-'IllDllllf.fl1, B. Clark, B. Collier, L. Collins, D. Cin-nowetli. IOC. First row, left to right: P. Craig, il. Downey, M. Dorn, D. Delelier, D. Colxin, S. Eclwurcls, il. EClHll'ilt, P. Cooney, l. Davis, E. Copes, D. Deland, B. Dreyer, -I. Cooper. Second row: P. Coyle, C. Dulile, P. Conklin, S. Cnrsey, C. Dulvney, C. f:0llSlillJll', I. Cnttino, D. Dnrm, M. Cole, A. Cooper, NV. Dnnlnnn, B. Delllrete. Third row: B. Devilhiss, D. Coxuliey, Croll, F. Craig, D. Crews, E. Druuyer, M. Dnnclore, M. DeVitz1, O. Ditinun, T. Delelier, L. Druennmlios, N. DiMarino, N. Conzuntino. 60 K 1 f 'I ' P 'll I M , 5 Ll 3 . My J '11 I . 'Uk In . x - IOIJ. l"ir.vt ron: lofi to riglif: C. Calloway, -I. Fesftv, J. Ellicott, N. Faircl, B. Folckoiiu-1', E. III-img, B. I':IlSOI', II Ill'llll1lI'kll. N. Gill. NI. Foril, II. Cvlslon, B. Cvnlc. Pi. Corclon. P. C4-sslorcl. Srwrlirl 1'o11': II. Ci-Isto11. C. Fisl1r'1', A Cilmlq S C itil I Call 11 Xl cllllllllll XI PIOIIIII I Dcfiixcs II IXIIIS I3 I 111.1 I foul 111 IJ I ull ' 'c - 4' I-'eo 1 '11 " 1' ' 'fa " 71 ' ?w'1'i" l'1 Cx" 'liiiff-1l',Q1L1-.'11. l':ii-Ill, 143. ifislil-1-, 11. 1J11m11,' 'i','1Ji-c:1-.Ki-LQ cz. 131.1114-.12 1f.'1f'f11,, ii. 1"iA.1jiQ1', 11. 6:55, '11 Fox-fl. 112 im.-1 P: CIUUL I ' su lv. Pr. l'11llm'1', -I. I',gIll', N. Do1'."1. IOIC. Fin! rou lzf!!o1i 111 V Fuisii C Cru I Crum S Hinlx N1 Ilirtnll XI Ilinlip B II1 mlx A H11 gt'lIl'illllQ'I'. C, Ilnycs, II. lI:11'x oy, P. Ilaistiiigs, C. Ilaiiicocck. B. Ilowzircl, li. Ili-111'y. ll. Corcloii. II. Ilopkiiis. Swv: ' 3' 'g1: . 1. .. 1 . 1 , . 1 . ' rout Il. llc-1'1'i11g. Nl. Ilcrlmst, IC. lll'I'lllIlIllll, I". lIa11'1'iso11, I. IIz11'tw4-ll. VI. flUl'Slll'l1, C. Ilziyi-s, NI. IIa111so11, I. Ilt'll'Ik'lx C. Gil. I ll owcll, P. C1'a1l'to11. Vllllifll rout C. Iliirtloxii-, D. Ilnlv. I. Ilomlc, C. Ilolwlvs, XV. lla11't1111111, II. Illlll-Hlilll In. Crillitlls, K. clfilllillll. C. c:I'llIlgl'I', D, Ilowiircl. -I. Ilowcll, I. Ilnwk. IOF. First mir. Ivft to right: B. Kaicle, B. Kc-rr, C. Kunkel, K. Ji-115011, P. Ki-Ili-y, VI. Kvllvy, Nl. Hiilulmrcl, IC. juz-kso S. Iscniiock, S. Ilurlim-, C. Isc-imock, NI. Joyce. A. Kelly. Sermid row: P. I"Illl7l72lI'Cl, A. IIl1L'lil', I.. Kipp, NI, -Iol111 son, P. c:llL'IlOXX'i'll1, D. Ilowzird, NI. Hiilwr, C. Kiiickvrlxockvr, B. Kelly, D. Klein. TI1i1'r1 rout B. Kon-rlmcr, VV. lI11ll K. Frolniicl. R. Kline. -I. Huclsoii, D. Klim-, C. Kc:-s, B. Hylv, NI. Ilulwr, K. Ingraim. VI. Kling, IC. Klllllllllilll, I Bairti-II. 61 1111 X 1 . .F . .bv lx Y J ,K if W v 1 ,V U IOC. First row, lcft to right: M. Lynch, A. Littleton, L. Lzxngc-ranging, iiLong, D. Maas, 1. lX1aicnsln-in, lxlL'ClliTl', E. Mcllcrinott, N. Lcc, J. Larmorc, M. Lamlcfelcl, C. , Smronfi row: B. MacLca, M. Scrrano, B. McQuay, li. Kirwan, M. Laning, M. Liston, C. Lcc, M. lX1clNInllcn,'S: Sliakc, J. Manlklinc, N. Lcwis, E. Lou. Tliirfl rout L. Lcacll, N. Larson, R. Lapliain, B. Kowalsky, L. Lang ,y D. Lockwood, R. McDonald, NV. Lcc, C. Lafcrty, A. Marclcn, R. LllL'liRll7llllgll, R. McKc'nna, D. Maglic lt. 1'- l0H. Fimf row Ieff fo Osliornc, C A. Ortll, S. Olson, L. Morrison, J. Mnrplly, K. M. Mcisc. Second row: H. Moorc, J. Nicklc, lNllll01, L. Mucllcr. Tliirrl row: B. Mears, R. Moring, K. Mille-r, B. Parkcr, P. Morison, P. Moan, T. 0'llarc, l Moofiaw. , -'Ying 5. 10, we 10-I, First row, lvfl lo riglif: Riclics, P. Robinson, M. Preston, H. Pottcr, C. Pcttcrscn, B. Pollarcl, N. Lcnikau, M. Rcilly, P. Rciinann, A. Ricliarclson, L. Rassa, J. Rcccl. Sccmul row: K. Phillips, S. Pctcrson, M. Pcrry, L. Qnatinann, L. Rolicrts, M. Powers, S. Pinclcll, NV. Riclnnoncl, P. Proctor, B. Ruppert. Tliirll roir: D. Russcll, R. Lcwis, T. Rock, L. Pitcock, R. Pctt, N. Royal, N. Hlllillllfl, C. Rcicr, J. VVarficlcl, R. Pirlclc, XV. Putnam, R. Pricc, 7 K. Rilcy, C. Rulil, R. l oc. 62 WK. I"irsfV muy lvft In right: B. Simms, AI. Sparks, NI. Shaffer, P. Sclwpws, C. st-wt-Il, B. Shuwalltz-r, P. lhlslming, O. Simvs. li. Schmidt. P. Sllkllllllltlll, AI, Smith, -I. Sclmchurt, S. Stmgill, B. Spa-rn. Svr'umll'nl1': C. Small, V. Scmris, P. Smith, AI. Small, J. Sclwirmcr, R. Hyv, R. Sclmlm-slu1'c'11, A. Slumklin, Nl. Hllmt-l, I. Smnflvr, C. Ptockt-tt, C. 3- 11 1 L Slmv, D, Slu-lla-y. Tllirfl row: li. Slmprow, C. Sc-hmnlm-1. D. Schrot-dz-r, C. Sclxwiml, lf. Shzmklin, P. SL-In-im'r, It Singh-y, 'I'. Scott, li. Simuuscm, -I. SL-u1'tI', B. St-lwidv, E. Rlltlu-1'fm'd, K. Sisstm, B. Spu1'c'111mt-1'g, j. Brinklvy. IOL. Firxt rmu. lvff to right: B. Sullivan, I. Tontz, N. Sutton, Thonmson, D. Stullc-r, M. Sta-wart, A. Stipu, IC Stt'l'HI3llI'1l, J. smimxs, N. Spvrl, D, Sprt-Q-ht-1', R. Sprcchvr. D. Swmmtzr. Sl'l'I7Hll mfr: D. VVugm-r. F. Thurston, NV. 'lbwxmslt-y, NI. 'I'c-ivlmc-rt, N. Tlmmals, F. Strzvlc-lyk, P. .Stutzkag K. Stl'Yt'IlSOll, S. VFINIIHDSOII, D. Splzltt, C. 'Puy- lor, B. Ste-x 1-ns, B, Tzlllmott. 'l'l1irr1 row: T. VV:11'd. L. XVa1rHt-ld, H. Tlmmzls, F. XvitI't'N'll, F, The-isx, bl. 'l'hmnpsmm, C. 'FlA1lL'K'B', C. Sticklvs, E. Toy, F. stmxlf-lyk, C. Story, B. VzmEss, L, Tlwrntcm. D 41 - ...J-Lf ,. fb-- .......,.. . 1 Igwfl idk .ack-1 rink :L-Lf .-,-Ji LM- 1. V4 Qjimu, so G. v IOM. I"ir.s't row, It-fi In l'i,Sll1fi J. XVolf, D. Ullmtm, L. XVL-ut . P. XVirtl1, B. Zulu-l, P. XVllitnt-y, L. XVinklc-plvvk, S. NVirtx, S. xVIIitt'ftll'll. P. NVl'igl1t, S. XVRIKIU, L. xXIiui1llllS, I. NVicltz, Y. Vickvry, -I. VVindsor. Sworul l'tHl'f H. XVUII- SL'lIIAlj.IUl', li. XVvll, D. XViut0r, D. XVOigvrt. E. XX'YilHlll'1', J. NVa1g11cr, E. 'I'yrz-H, D. NVillstm, l. XVz1tts, A. XVoutlwurcl, I 1 ll. Twining. I.xv1lI'llt'l',1D.XXl'SSt'l,E.xV1lUS. Tl1irf11'mL': T. willt-tr, Pt. VVau1clby, B. XVirtzma-n, -I. XVt-yunt R XVilliums. C. Yuric-k. ID. Yingling, C. NVQ-yrick. B. NVutson, D. NVilkinscm, D. NViggins, R. Nublv, S. XVindvIt-r, xVllitl'll. 63 ' nl V he Freshman Class Flnisumfxw C1.Ass Oifviczifins lmjl In riglifq I'n'siclz'1iI, Bairlmru NK'illl'1 X'im'-l'1'z'.s'iflc'i1I. lmfl Io right: Sccn'lr1ry, liohcrt Stoncit 'l'r'c'r1sl11'ri Hairy l,znnln'os. Saniclm Nt-ulc. Tllli IVIKISSIINIQXN CLASS This yczn"s l"rcshn1un Class has shown hy thcii' actions that it is un ussct to Towson. The lcnclcrs of thc class fucctl not only thc prohlcms conccrnccl with running ll class. hut also thc prohlcnis which confront all ncw Frcslnncn. ln orclcr to work cllicicntly. thcy nccclccl unity. This was coinplicutccl hy thc fact that many of thc stntlcnts wcrc plzlcccl in thc ncw Pzlrlivillc School in l:l'lJl'lllll'y. Assisting thc class in thc most clillicult pcriocl oi' thcii' high school litc, wcrc thcil' sponsors. 'l'ln'ough thcir ctlort, thc class was zlhlc to orgunizc into ll functioning unit and coinplctc il sncccssfnl ycur. 1 Xt lfinwzsiismx Ci.,xss Svoissons I to riglil: Miss Burt-foot, Nlr. Ibm-nulmy, Nliss Wh Bcrwiclc, Nliss Nlainos, Mr. Kixcl. 64 SJ.-X. I'1r.x't run' lvfi fu rigllf: N. Thorn, V. Smith, B. IECINIUH, L. Frvitug, B. Bush. H. Hull, V. Hull, ll. N1Jl'fL3ll'l z.'m', N, Bull. M, Louis, B. Lzlngfvlt, B. Millvr. Swmlll row: B. B1-ll, P. Nolvinsml, I.. Nlortml. h C.. Umm l" 'ful Cluvtml, B. Nvallv. P. Kurcllv, D. lloth, E. Smith. B. Starkey, D. K1invjuhn,Cf. N1illiCl'C'1'. 'I'l1ircl mfr: CI. Slnllll-r, C I lkm I XXOUCIXNIICI P lim s B Stn W XX ltcm B Nluon C 'Nlxllmlmr C Balt C lu ls: C Pm V - V V V V V 1 V Nlillvr., '.' . 'u.'s, .. mer, . 'ac , .. ', jz ', .. -. V. .. yvnr, B. bm wr, K. I.imlc-nlmr3.:, P. Howard. ,V . SIB. Izmt mu I1 ft tc A Cx Y B. Iilmlllwa-H. A. fklivlmlos, H. Clark, II. c:0I'llfllXYllitC', M. Bissc-ll. M. Dzllnwy. SUVOIIII rout H. rl'klj'Illl', -I. llolluml D. Mlm-xx'.1lt. D. Cothmn, P. Cuopvr. B. liurtcm. P. Bvrtrauu, B. AC'kl'I'Illill1, S. Aikcxxlu-nd. Tl1il'!1l'0ll'S Al. Buwnmn C.. lim-Hin. CV. Bl Bulnnanx. 'I fright: D. Clark, E. Miclmlos, . . Iwvll. IN. Carden, M. Bvnnwr. Cf. Curtis, S. Cfhl'istuplu-I V . -. . . , . .. mlulwll, C.. BI'lllStC'lICl, Pm. Adams, j. Bldclmm, Pm. Blwllwzllcl. C.. Mx-rs. M. Bowling. P. Shrv. B QC. Ifirs! rmv. Irff In riglll: P. Ebcrwc-in, NI. Gisrivl, P. Ford. L. Ecsn-ry, B. Clam-y. S. Frank, S. lJmlmn, S. Bissm-ll Al. l'vrgl1sm1, Pu. llvhtzl. It C-ould, N. Luton. SCTUIIKI row: C.. C.lmppm'll, L. l30z11m'1', XX. lzlx-rlualll, P. lzllls, I D cull 4- Iwclzlllcl, B. lluruy, E. EdlIl0llSf0l1, L. Com-iz, L. Jolnmson, D. Hand, Cf. Quisgurd, H. Crum-. Tlzirfl l'0llAS . I yvr, XX. IJIIIISIIIQ. I.. Pvls, I. Crum. VV. I4l'l'C'lllIlCI. S. xYl'lN'tUllllS, H. IJIUCIOIIIRIII, H. C014-, B. Cforlmln. H5 QD. I"ir.s'f row, left to right: M. Lynihcrg, B. Krauck, XV. Pikett, S. .Icfft-ry, B. Holden, E. Kinarcl. V. Jac-ohs, N. Kc-niwcly, P. llnhn, -I. Huntley, M. It-we-tt, Al. Hni'l'man. Second row: I. Koch, J. Kcister, L. Bvnton, 1. Cingc-ll, C. Roth, C. Burton, D. Cvisz, B. llciiclt-1'soii, N. Vcntonlis, R. Howard, M. Harris. Tliirfl row: J. Hainvs, J. Hnclson. Pt. llnhvr, B. Ilarnvk, R. Harrison, E. Dlwll, M. Good, S. Catlcl, C. Farina-r, NV. Ilicks, Pt. Holtltin. FDIC. First rmr. lvff to riglil: S. McClimon, M. ML-Allistc-r, N. Millvr, C. Mitchell, L. ML-Coy, B. Philips. C. Cc-nco, D. Patti, C. LoPrt-sti, P. Millvr, C. Spilv. Sl'C'Ull!II'01l.Ti E. McConnangy, C. Nixon, VV. Nash, M. Marc-hant, M. Misha:-ls, B. Noppciilic-rga-i', F. Ushornc, D. Bm-vkcr, M. Mnth, C. Bt-ll, B. Mays, UI. Lanfvr. Third roir: B. I.:-ntl, li. Lorvnz, B. Mt'lXlahon, B. cillllllilljllllllll, II. Kygvr, J. Laircl, D. Pvnnington, B. Mt-Crvacly, H. Kat-lin, B. llnt4 son, ll. Kirsch, T. Null. SJF. First row, Icft to right: B. Quinn, L. Lyons, I. Shaffer, C. Smith, B. Stephenson, J. Rilcy, H. Slit-pharcl, C. Robinson, A. Sparks, N. Pov. Sffrond row: L. Spring, J. Monks, B. Qinan, K. Shipley, F. Rohvrts, F. Skippa-r, J. Sinith, ll. Ililvy, B. Rignc-y. Tliirrl row: M. Ncwlin, B. Perkins, Ft, Stan, XV. Sc-hc-rf, H. St-hnafns. K. NVarnt-r, H. Poo, C. Rosh, E. Smith. 66 .X Q A SJC. lfirsi rnu',11'f! In riglzf: II. Avllj.fllL'I', B. Nlillvr, XI. Taylor, bl. YVilscm, P. Tllfllllllllgil, B. Sutton, P. Vncluf, ' XVm-lls, Nl. AVKIIIIIUF, J. Royston, A. XVliitv, B. XVl1itc-. -I. Salmon. Svcmul row: L. XVill1idc, B. YunNutc. H. Spin-mi j. XVilclv1', Nl, Siiaifil-ig N. 'PI'ilL'l'X, A. vl'i5I'OSkj', S. xYiL'kl'l'S, P. Struli. AI. vViiiiillllS, P. Siillldiiilllli, NV. 'ITQIIISVIIKI sc-lmon, C. Ciivvllh-iii. Tllircl row: K. Storm, P. Cowl, B. Cvliring. H. Ilurclwick, J. Crm 0, B. 'liucc-y, C. Stvwalil -I. Slmul, B. Smith, B. Sta-N cus, C. Cluscr. NV. .IllC'ilS, NV.Cra1t. OH. Fir.s'f row, Ivff In riglzl: A. Smith, T. Craig, NI. BklXtl'l', 1. Zklppiliil, B. AViiliJ4'L'kl'l'. Nl. ri10l'ilU'l'llHlll, K. Bram! NI. IDl'Alkl', P. Clalrkv, L. Trnutwuin, C. Bvll. B. Slmtl-lt, R. Prntzlnam, F. Combs, S. Stim-fm-lt. Szwnrul mir: j. Bm-im , li. xViIlil'l'S, D. Altpitc-r. I. Sliipp, N. NVilson, Y. xVil1iL'I'Stl'il1, A. Bvlz, C. Svimfvr, UI. Brown, D. Sissmm, D. Curn-ns D. BRIITQIIIS. 'l'l1irr1r'o1L': B. c:l'il.XYi.Ol'Il, B. l5Lll'lllNY, D. Fij.fll0l', B. NVQ-lim-r, NV. IJill'l'UNX', C. Nlymws, D. llulwr, B Huw, lu. lnplllskv, P. l'ul1'lii1L'ulz1, C. B1'1ulc1'. A. Plvnpli, 'I'.'I'l1m1ms. Sl-I. First mug Ivft fn riglzf: D. Smith, R. Fililc-l', I. Pvtvrson, C. Bzuigc, L. BllI'L'iN'ti, VV. KI:-issiiigw. P. i'1j'l'iL'll C. llowurd, -I. Ford. Szwmirl mir: B. Paigv, F. Hmvurd, VV. Nash, E. Nliclmvl, VV. Ccmglv, D. Suxin, A. King, R Vlwfllllilllilll, Nl. KL-llvv. T11irr1r'mL': I. AVill'Cll'l', C. Stroli, H. Fiillliljlilll, NV. NVyrc, F. Killccr, L. Pm-. .i. Lyons, I Yugi-lsallig. I i 67 UK. First row, left to right: A. Jung, P. Flowers, M. Stravicles, F. Chandler, O. jones, S. Smith, -I. Pringle, E. Perry, L. VanFossen, C. Bonsall, P. Tilton, D. Hill, M. Tegtemeier, A. Baker. Seeoml l'Ull.Tf -I. Keller, K. VVallaee, M. Cai-others, ll. llarlow, j. Bishop, B. Ilauek, P. Martin, -I. Cunningham, S. Dugan. Third row: C. Richards, Pt. Payne, B. Allen, B. Turnl'Jaugh, C. Knipp, B. Brice, L. Symoncls, C. Smith, J. Pfeifer, C. Phillips, E. Kaufman, ll. VVllt't'll'l'. PIL. l"ir.s'I row, left Io right: M, Plumholt, M. Henry, E. Hhucly, P. Carter, A. Hurt, N. Effinger, S. XVheeler, -I. Ptiehmoncl, A, Lewis, S. Neale, B. Cill, S. Clarkson, Seott. Second row: C. Lewis, B. Urie, F. Persohn, C. Power, VI. Acllcins, D. Ceiwitz, Allman, il, Hess, D. Irvin, E. Lawrance, R. Swanson, K. Ricltllespnrge. 'llllifll 1'Ull.': C. Shaw, D, VValtman, xl. Tontz, J. Ives, -I. Frey, J. Kane, Pinclell, Pt. Dieffenhaeh, F. Tapseott, IC. XValheelt, ll. Fleisehman, j. Cottshall. SIM. First row, lefl lo right: M. Vester, P. XValters, P. Barrett, P. Barnes, B. Thornhill, H. VVynne, J. Horieh, B. Bonhage, C. Statter, M. Lamhros, S. Helm, C. Cassell, S. Koller, S. Ilauk. Second row: P. Lehman, I. Tawney, M. Yingling, N. Howard, M. Taylor, C. Skeen, M. VVest, C. Ensor, A. ML-Farlane. Tliirfl rout: H. Zimmerman, B. Melntosh, AI. Conway, T. Taylor, L. Johnston, C. Chelf, T. Butler, K. Kasko, R. Calloway, B. Moores, ll. XVilliam- son, C. Berry. 68 1956 UN. I'ppwr lnfl, jim! muy lvft tu right: IJ. Dyson. C. IIl7I3IlIS0ll, J. -IRIISIQSUII, K. Smith. li. SIIilIlII?l'l'I.fl'I'. S. -laxnum, C N IIIIIICI I' Dum UI D Bl It H Bunud I Ilnmm 1 S xYAll'IN'l'. j. .Ivtxgvxy A. I' '3 . A A g ', . 'um , , a ' 1 ' , C. - vim-r. SUFUIII mu? D. .'cIn'u1m-r, C lnyvc, XY. Ilyclv, C. IIQIUII, IC. Luiz. B. Ruln-rtsmm. KI, Iillllw, C. IDI-Crzm', Y. Stmwy, DI. Ilnrtmam, II. Simpsnn IJ llull "' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' I ' ' ' . wm1u'cI. llllffl rout C-. Illgll, C.. Stcwnrl, -I. Ba1xtc1', XY. hu-gm-r, I. IImIsml, -I. I3a1ssIm'cI, S, xIlII1'I', S. IA-4-, -I I'1'1liII, -I. I5c'l'Ii. II. KIIIIIIIIILXI. II. IIitIm'l'sI1uI'1'l'. UU. I,n1z'1':'1f'ft, firsl I'llIl'.1l'ff to rigflzl: Nl. I"ralizc'I'. NI. Ilult, Ii. Cm-tsg-lu, P. ICl1gIc-lnalll, II. Ilnm-Ii, li. Ilia-IQIUNI, NI luslun, -I. llcnxmu-r, I'. C:u'mII, L. Finn, II. lin-wp-1: Svmlzrl ruuf: Ii. III-isa-r, IJ, NIL-Claunsuml, B, l,nI'un. C. Doug s, -I, CuIcIsc-Im1icIt, Il, B4-zlrcl, NV. Surriclgc, F. cI'IC11st:1cI1iu, Ii. KILIITIIIII. Tllirzl rout A, Fritz, Ii. l3m'L'I4. IC. Clmsmn K . l'ctv1'sm1, NI. Dvl-ram, li. Cunlmlvs. B. Fm'wmmd. I.. Da1ItoIi, bl. Bvrgcr. 'l'. 'l'r4-mlwny. Ii. Cnkn-r. UP. I'lI1Il,l' riglzl. f1r.xI ruff. lvft In riglll: -I. f,l't'Ill, K. XYI1its-, P, Niauyclwvll, NI. IJIIAIIT, S. Snyclm-r. IS. f:K'I'lll2lll, -I. Nlis Immun, C. XII-CuII1-y, NI. IAWIIIQIIKI, I". Quigh-y. XI. XYiImIv, DI. SL-Imliclt, hl. 'I'vuI, Svrmzrl rout 'If XVa1Ilcm, C liunu-, If I'wa1u-r. N. Zuk, I'. StiIson, S. NIiIIm-r, S. Smith, X. lhu-I4-tt, L. Hiclmrclsml. B. Slnmklin, II. Sippm-I. 'l'l1i1'rl I'HIl'J II l'Illt'Iil', xl, ZCAIQUT, If. XViI1I4', If SL'ill'I?Ul'UIlj.ZIl, B. XYI1itz1Iwl', -I. XVKIIIILIIKIII, -I. Curr. L. KIQNIIIIIUII, II. 'I'ul'IwiI. I. Scluuu-r, XY. Zinnlu-rnnm, C. Zoltuwski. -I. Brown. IQ. IAHILVI' If-ji. hrxf mfr. If-fr lu IAIHIIII D. Bum. C DauIc-y, NI. Home-r. QI. Bvclmlm-. S. K.urIc', B. t.In.un-5. II. IA'IlI'K'l K. Oukvs. K. lluxidsmu. Sfwnul row: NI. IIl'LlIIiIK'l'IJl'l'I.f, C. Mugliclt, IC. Iluruk. IC. Cumlmlv, -I. liuilvy, D. IIuIt, XX' XX I IX I lllml mu Xl N4 ll I SIIIII 1 C SIII NK SI: II II II Smlu IIN! II 'm'c'I1. UI. IIllpI'4'I1I. Ii, I'ialII1s.'op I. " " ' ': . . fwr"s. .' 1 I". I. .': vr. '. .' vcw' 5, . 1" Iugaux, C. I3i0t1'ic'I1, II. Cowl. 1956 Yf:s1terday's the Extra-Curricular, Standards which are Towson High School Towsonites formed Athletic and Smziall traditional at A Today, Student Government .. .. .. The Student Government Association, operating under a representative form of government, encouraged and supported all student activities. lt established for the first time, a Schoolwide Connnittee consisting of representatives from all service organiza- tions, who acted upon problems concerning the entire student body. The S. C. A. also revised the Point System making it possible for seniors to receive their awards in March. Towsonis Student Court, the judicial branch of the S. C. A., tried and sentenced violators of all school laws. The court consisted of student judges who represented each class of T. H. S. I"ir.s't row, left fo riglzt: IC. Drixer, Vice-Presicleutg B. Smith, Treasurer, S. Corey, Presizlentg H. Burns, Secretary. Seeonzl :ou P. Turnball, J. Cunningham, M. Lainbros, S. Neal, L. Skinner, J. Metzger, R. Edmondston, F. Fay, C. Smith, -I. NVarHeld D Frisch, H. Hess, D. Aiken. Tliirll row: B. XVilson, A. Kelly, V. Souris, S. Meginnis, J. Jones, M. Stiles, V. Cllinsley, I.. Cops P. Mullikin, li. German, AI. Huntley, li. Tarbet. Fourfll row: C. Gill, S. WVhiteford, J. Otte, S. Shake, P. Johnston, -I. Cibb l Coyle, H. Adkins, C. llogarth, P. Edwards, B. Howard, S. Otto, C. Catskill, A. Cyphers, B. I.yles, B. Vanlfiss. l.1'f! In right: D 0'l3rien, M. Puxnkin S. Sehuek, N, Sutton C. Lindner, P. Howell D. Hullington, Judge C. Power, T. Howell Miss Merrick, fklll'i.VUI' D. Frisch, B. lirainard i v," Fira! row, left to right: C. Livingston, M. Smith, P. Linde, E. Sims, J. johnson, Sc'creh1ryg pl. Matthews. l'1'1'.s'ill1'nfJ .l. Otte Virc'-Pr'1'.rir11'r1tg G. Trotter, '1'rcu.s'urc'rg M. Gadd, B. Anderson, N. Klutt. Sc'cm1rlrmc: N. Drewery, P. Andrews, li. Lewis, S. Schmidt li. Oosterling, -I. Quesenherry, -I. Koch, B. Carey, M. Cole, D. Alhery, R. Vincente. Tliirfl row: D. Lockwood, B. Moore, B Simmons, C. XVarington, II. Donnell, K. Hipplemeyer. B. King, -I. Triton, C. Bartell, H. Nohle, C. Riclmrds. D. NVuy.5ner, D St-dlaek, R. XValker, Advisor. Q .. 4, Provides Demoeratiie Leadership The Towson Athletic Association, which controlled all the athletic pro- grams in the school. put forth a great effort to holster school spirit this year. It sponsored the 10th Alumni Home- coming and the 4th Annual Faculty Night as well as many intramural pro- grams and pep rallies. Towson's Cheerleaders. now charter memhers of the National Cheerleaders Associations. helped greatly in spur- ring the teams on to victory and increasing student enthusiasm. Center, rout to Imek, first tliree: j. Schuler, llearl C1ee1'lz'rlder: M. Armiger, S. Edwards. First rout, left to right: C. Smith, S. Mc-Cinnis, A. Kelly. Seeoml row: C. Camarata, P. Mus- terman, P. Gettinan, F. Fay, E. German. gf'Ilf1'll. lvft to rifflilr P. Coclcrcll C -F1 ,., , o .1 ifor-in-Cliicfg T. Hcthcrington, Bu.s'im'.s'.s' Mmirlgcrg K. Nc-lson, Co-Ifrlilo1 in-Cllicf. Slnmling: Mrs. Scntz, Arlrisorg S. Moorc, Copy Ifzliforg C. Powcr, l31Asi1ic'x.s' Ifzlilors C. Lakc, All Ifflilr S. llartwcll, Ar! I':flf,Ul'f l. Y 4' " ' " ' ' ' 4 I N Collin, l?u.wn11.s.s Iilllflll. li. llllllllilfll, BlI.X'llll'.S'A' Iffrliforg tl. l,lli'likll7illlHll, S1'f':'z'Irlrgf: .I lJiNlariuo, Copy lfrlilor. uliilica ions ighligh 4, 0 Q "Thc dunnny hook nccds rcvising. again!" "Thcrc's not cnough copy spacclu MXVQ- sold 75 suhscriptions today!" Such were thc connncnts that could hc lu-an-cl throughout the ycar in SIOI, the SIlDl'I1.Illll'l"S room, as thc cditors and staff inc-mhcrs con- centrated on thc ycarhook. Thc staff hcgan to work on thc hook during thc sunnncr months, using thc Coldcn Anni- vcrsary of Towson High School as a thclnc. Senior picturcs wcrc takcn in August thc subscription drivc hcgan in Scptclnhcr. Organi- zations, cluhs, teams. and hoincrooins wcrc photographed during thc school ycar. Pagi- layouts and copy wcrc rcviscd continually. As cach dcadlinc was nn-t, flu- cditors gradu- ally saw the hook hccoinc a rcality. First roar, Ivff to riglil: VI. XVollim-, XV. NValtm-rs. -I. Schuh-r, NI. Stilcs. SCVOHII rout Nl. llonhagv, C. Lcwis. Tlzirzl row: E. ClL'l'IIlllll, Al. Hoge-rs, A. Slapf, F. or-hh. Fourfll row: N. Klatt, M. Klatt. C. Scliallicr. Fifth row: . bchnnlx, C. l'allcx.1sl, C.. Braun, UI. Pcrluns. Sixth row: S. Otto, P. Crawford, ll. Downing. Swrrfntlz row: D. Aikcn, L. Harhack, B. Zarhoclc. l'fi,L:l1Il1 rout ll. c:illil'lIlH'lllN'l', li. Cassm-dy. I'fr1itor.s- around Typeir'r'itel's, left to riglit: H. Donnell, J. Otte, E. Sims. lid.-in-Cliiefg AI. Quesenberry, M, Stiles. D. Iiriseh, i on Su I B D lx L Cirlmd Tliil I lon I Bll.Yilll'S.S' Manager: M, Aekroyd. First rom- -I. Se'm, G. J es. ."'onf row: . ra'e, . ri 1 . rr rote: A. . es, .. Iohuson, N. Faust, B. Zieber, M. Stroterhoii. Fourtli l'Ull'I E. German, P. Linde, E. Oosterling, L. Nierehant. Fifth l'Ull'S ll. VVa1nbaek, B. Smith, E. Burkhardt, Moore. Strllizfirig: Mr. Brome, Advisor: F. Fay, J. llall, ll. Loxveree, M, llipley, S. Corey, B. Smith, H. Yineenti, E. Drix er, L. Copson. V. Chinsley, S. Kilroy. This year. Towsoifs tri-weekly news- paper. TALISIXIAN, became continually better as each issue went to press. Edi- S I Q o 0 tors and reporters worked diligently t it with their advisor to print an interest- QQQ CO0 AClVl1C .I mg and Lllllglitllllllf., papal. Contro- versial editorials, serious and humor- ous features, and informative news articles as well as the addition of num- erous pictures should help to give the Quill and Scroll members a first plaee rating. First roir. left to right: B. Rowlands, K. Blaker, B. Parsons, T. jessop, VV. Laderer, P. Ensor, D. Matthews, B. Burns, B. Ruby, E. Covahey, j. Moores, B. Brainard. Second row: bl. Matthews, j. Emge, C. Nielienzie, D. Parks. D. Sedlaek, B. Samm, K. Ripplemeyer, Mr. Thomas, Spmis-org N. Cranston. Third row: D. VandenBoseh, XV. Baynes, B. Howard, li. Cassedy, H. Donnell. D. Burton, D. Aiken, Mr. Dubick, Sponsor. Fourth row: D. Brown. H. Seidel, B. Pittman, R. Laumann, P. Crawford, C. Athy, G. Kilmer. B. Yeatman. The Boys' Varsity Letter Club, newly organized at Towson this year. was opened to all varsity letter- men. Aside from investigating college opportunities for athletes, the members helped to promote school spirit and to improve the general appearance of the building. Bonn: oif Ei.i5c:'rloNs lfilzsl row, left to rigllt: J. Johnson, P. Mullikin, S. Nickle, C. Chinsley, M. Stiles, E. Germain, E. Sims, B. Zieher, J. Jones C. Catskill, B. Drake, D, Frisch, H. Frisch. Second row: S, Isennock, V. Creuser, M. Bonhnge, B. Buyer, L. Skinner S. Otto, P. Lincle, B. Anderson, C. Linclner, B. Smith, S. Moore, J. NVolfe, P. Reismun. Third row: L. Lung, S, Smith J. Otte, J. Qnesenherry, N. Klntt, M. Klutt, M. Cacld, C. Luke, A. Cyphers, J. Cihh, E. Oosterling, J. Hull, C. Lee Fourllz row: M. Altsehull, J. Thiemeyer, M. Thieineyer, N. Drewery, P. Cettinaln, P. Johnston, B. Kelly, S. Shake, J Otte, Y. Sonris, B. Esscl, J. Fleming, J. Hziahe. Fifth row: Miss Stephens, Spmisorg P. Hunsome, A. Brueeklein, li VVilkinson, NV. Miller, J. Perkins, J. Shceler, H. Burns, B. VVilson, N. Kihbe, S. Schmidt, P. Howell, E. Bnrkhnrclt Sixllz row: J. Spangler, N. Stroterhoit, S. WVhiteford, C. Petterson, C. Gill, A. Leinlmn, J. Tontz, N. Sutton, M. Smith P. Eclwzlrcls. Sl't7tfllf,l row: B. Taylor, D. Jenkins, L. Hater, J. Bowman B. Bussforcl, L. Jones, B. Howzlrcl, S. Hantxvell Ifiglifll row: S, Dawson, N. Hoihroten, E. Ray, C. Plank, E. Scheeklls, J. VVklXtt'I', E. Taylor. Ninth row: lt. Calien- heimer, 'l'. Howell, D. Benfer, H. NVczu1y. Standing: J. Knight, B. Fenner, K. Cuhs, J. Cox, J. Long, B. Ritchie, B. Sirkin li. Dyson, NV. Flililllllgilll, S. Cuhs, M. Thomas, M. Schlisslcr, B. Hull, S. Helcl, C. Pennington, E. Snyclcr, S. Heiner L. Holla, A. Kelly. Service Organizations .. ., ., Pnojl-:c:'rloN CLUB First row, left to riglil: L. Mottcr, XV. Schreiber, S. Crime, D. Bnynes, B. Mor- ing, S, Cieell. Second row: N. l1ilI'St'll, B. Shzlprow, B. Smith, F. Theisz, C. Kirkpat- rick, D. Doty, B. Frisch, D. Frisch. Third row: B. Ben- nett, M. Switmun, C. Thomas, J. Brown, D. Jefferies, D. Lnferty. Loczxun f:ltliNV Peterson, F.. Stull, S. Zemhower. Left to right: K. Eichler, B. Baissfortl, J. Bowmzm, N, Tho svrvicv cluhs of Towson High School were organized for one purpose-to serve thc student hody in ordvr to mulcc it not only 11 school, hut also ai Community. S'i'.-mil: Ciuew fo right: L. Cousins, C. Bran N. DiMz1rino, VV. Dodgc, C. Bodv. C Sticklvs, B. Toycr, 1. llziwlis, T. Bm mtl, C. VVindclvr, C. Bvnm-lt, B. fox D. C1-rstcnlwrg. L , id, Aff Q ' A-"' Sf L V . f 1 ' '5 P .f,.. 1 ' 'V . Q i , A r .. . . Promote Ciitizenshi 'i Bus Couxctu. lfirst row, lvft to right: -I. Cox, M. Amos, D. XVilholm, B. Klinc, ll. Dyson, S. Uhlnn, D. Smith. Svvonrl row: N. Sl1Rll'l'l'l', C. l'caircv, H. Rauh, ll. Palttvrson, E. XVvlsch, Al. Fallcs, -I. Flm-ming, B. Tillman, lf. Curswvll, S. Grout. Third row: B. Simms, B. XVirth, A. SL-lnnvrsul, B. Krause, C. c:1lSl'illlS, -I. Long, M. Vicrl- ing, B. S1-lunidt. l'ucc:i-3v1'1oN1s'1's First row, lvff to right: L I W indlcpvd, C. Curr, S. Daiw- sou, A. Brin-ukh-in, P. Ham- sonc, B. Bussford, B. Russell S. King. SUCUIIII row: P Quntmun, M. Eingv, M. Han'- low, B. Harding, D. Hent- tcrick, E. Muclwsncy, J. Pow- vrs, B. Murphy, L. Smith. 9 I ll'.S'f rmr, lvff fn right: C. Smitli, ll su-L-11.1. Cilmb, M. Lockc'1'1im1i, S King, I. Cass, M. Envy, L. N131-rs, B. Sirkin, S. Sclnick, D. lin 1 lIucIu'It, XV. Nlillvr, C. Lann- uylit, S. Cln-mmwitli, P. Hun- snnv, NI. Mvngvl, E. Malvlivslwy, I5 R ANLIIIIHIIIS, C. Lvv, M. Arclison. I il luck, li. NVincs, E. Tm'gc'clc'l', C. gun, D. Ilnifington, XV. Cvrlwr, Cmim CLUI5 XVill'CI, D. D4-Iamd, V. Clay- olv, -I. NVincIsor. Svrmirl I'0fl'! ilcliiv, M. Schlissivr, M. 'nl mic: D. XVIiiit4-n, L. Han'- urci, C. l.u!tc-11-1', T. ML-Cub I Il'llL'0y, A. Muclim-siwy, A. mf-W IiniI'c-r, D. Cunnmnt, F. Olt- Gmm' CHORUS mnm, B. lim-inns. I"ourtf1 muh: D l..zn'sn-n, C. Rilcy, P. Cruw- First mir, left In rigfit: Il. VVzn'nc1', P. ctlmk, NI. Lutninn, D. Brown, B. Cannplwil 'd, S. MvVvy, C. T1'oltc-r, D, H. VViIkinsun, D, Carney, P. Neale. Szwmzrl row: Mrs. Rnnisvy, Di1'r'r'forg B. Mnrpln m'an'cI, -I. Fzn'inlmIt. Y. Van- M. I"v0l'Il'il', P. Cc-ssforcl, I. Vvbrnsky, UI. I,llCki.I7ilII5.IIl, P. Stntzkn, D. Culxin. Tliircl Hill' rnnlsi, B. Lvntx, RI. Cnnnnins, M. Ilnning, C. 'l'z1IIc'x'axsl, V. MucLcu, .I. Pvrkins, N. Balilvy, N. Fislipuw, N. Cockvy I'c'1'1'y. Dir1'r'Iu1', Miss Anslcy. A. Bishop. Music, Dramaitiics Add ulituire II1ljol'1'IIr'.s', lvl In riglli: S. Bull, NI. Huncl. S. Fuxwvll. Af ylirnm: H. Turning, lj. Hlnidy. l"lnm': T. BI'ilK'IlIL'y. NV. Cond, 'l -1, I. lla -. A. Inng, C. Am. First IAUILT H. Harlow, I. Bzlilvv, I. Iolms, C. Atliv, D. XVcns, D. Admins, Mr. B1-Instr-in J m.wi1'. Srwmxcl rinr: D. NVvssvI, S. Iinrlvll. R. iiuwlmis, D. BQIITZIIIS, -I. Stn-m'x'sL-ii, R. Onrsic-r, H. vVOIISL'IlI2lI.fl'l', li. SIUIIUI I ll ll :Is Spf II liculslvv, M. NVan.tln-l'. Tliirll rout: T. Ifscliniunn, F. Condon, NV. VVvrc, I. I'I1ll'flllllIl, XV. Kmmlskv, H. Anclm-rsmni, I. Coit sql: I S S ll I, '.'ynlm1cls,A'l'. Nc-II, T. XViIIc-tt. P. Carroll. A. Sc-Innc-rsul. ' I I I L-x..v""'F 11l iisfwla, B M.'xsQUEus II I'1r.xI mir. lvj! In right: ll. Blirns, AI. l,mtm1. KI. Bonliujlc, I.. IIoI'v1'. SITUIIII mir: D. Ilowalnl, I.. Skinm-r. A. hIt'QII!lg'k'I'. IC. Di'ixi'r, N. Ilrvwry. Sfalirlilig: Nliss Kiicr. S17UlISUl'Q A. FIIIIIIPIX I.. thu-lnml, II. I,iISIllI.Il'l'. A. l31'1im'kIc-iii, S. Us-rciiiig. Un Sfflgv: I'. cII'LlXYfOl'iI, S. Nicki-I, NI. Lyons, IJ. IIuIIingtmm, II. NIuKi'lnia1, -I. limit-II, Il. llmvning. XI.-XSQUEHS I Swrlfvrl. lvf! lu righl: D. Spu-L-I1i'1', II. S1Jl'CL'Ill'l', P. Biigicy, G, Buuknmn, L. xVIIlIil'Il3l'i'Ii, I. ICIIit'utt, j. Iluixiii I XV I I lining, NI Im Ix C' I'cIm mi B fiiiiimrxxmtii P Xliiiiiitin I Buss I Vu! Q ' Y' , ,. UUK , 2. L ' 7, . . 41 HU". .. 'I O S, . , ' " , . . ' , . 4. . - tizm, li. Iiii-hmumi. Sfllllflfllflf D. Bm-nfcr, B. Kzuiv. II. Rye-, N. Lt-wis, AI. Bmvimin, Miss Khcr, Spmisurs ll. IIlIIIll'I'I.Ul'KI, I.. .Iona-s, 'If lIiII, ll. Ilrusiui, II. I"oIcImim'1'. II. XVaiglu'1', D. Ahimtt. In IJt'L'L'lllIX'l'. IhI21SC1llC1'S. I. ll, thc Drnmutics Chihs of T. Il. prcsviitcd thv tIn'cc--uct cmncdy. Our Ilvurts IV011' Young Anfl Guy by Cornelia Otis Skinm-r. In uciciition. thcy gava- sc'vm'a1I om'-uct plays tiiroughout thc' your. The CII-0 Chih, alicia-cl hy thc- Art Depart- mvnt and NIQISQIICTS. SIilgCKI thcir thi1'cI opvr- 79 utta, Thr' Clzizlms' uf Normunfly, hy ltohvrt Pizuiqucttc. A nvw orgzinizutimi in thc music ciepartmcnt this yvzu' was tht- Cliris Ciioriis, which pmtic-ipzltc-cI in tha- Christmas Pugm-aunt. Thc' hand pc-rforim-cl its first night cmicvrt and pinycd ut thc school z1ssvmhIii-s to aulcl variety. l"ir.sl role, left to right C. Athy, AltlIlII,Ql'l'J B llowlands, I. Mat- thews, AI. vlessop, K llipplemeyer, VV. Lad- erer, D. Aiken, Mun- uger. Second row: N Cranston. C. Arinaeost S. VVatts, E. VVatts Tllirrl rout: ll. Parsons Il. Marehant, B. Huhy NV. Haynes, E. Burns D. Sedlaek, -I. Elnge D. Orville, Mr. Reber Couvli. Booters Prove Powerfu The Varsity Soccer Team, although beginning their season by racking up four victories and one tie, seemed to lose some of their spark following a defeat hy Catonsville. They lost their next two games. After ending their season with a win over Milford Mill, the Generals, record showed 5 wins, 3 losses and 1 tie. The Junior Varsity Soccer Team carried home the County championship with an undefeated season. Next year. several players from the V. squad will move up to fill eight varsity berths vacated hy seniors. ....,t L yan? JMLL4 ably. ,rdfh 1 :ff ' " 'T fr, . First row, lcf! to right: R. Nohle, B. McDonald, C. XVeyant, J. Ritter. S00- ond row: B. Sparenherg, B. Bollinger, J. Henschen, R. Core, D. Hopst, G. Bartell, Alunager. Tlzirrl row: D. Lock- wood, C. Schzuninel, -I. Crawford, B. Bowen, E. VValton, C. Trotter, Mr. Nardone, Coavlz. b U A1l.l4F.l .V X..-L' . ' 80 Hoekey Eleven Towson's Varsity Hockey Team, at the close of the '52 season, ranked second in county competition. The uelevenn exhibited their best at the field hockey "play day" at Bryn Mawr. Here we caused the upset of the day by defeating Bryn Mawr, one of the best private school squads. Three Towsonites, Janet Otte, Nancy Isennock and Phyllis Gardner, were chosen for the "All School Teamsi' which was selected at the close of, the day. The Iunior Varsity ended its season with two ties and two losses. 81 Left to right: Miss Doliihal Corlclzg B. Kelley, Mrnulger E. Sims, N. Klatt, N. Isenl noek, B. Anderson, J. john- son, R. Lewis, P. Gardner F. Keister, Otte, P. And- rews, VV. House, E. Ooster- ling, H. Burns, L. Roberts C. Lindner, Manager. tar on Mljlay Dayw Left to right: Miss Dobihal, Coach, B. Kelley, IVIIYIIIQUTJ M. Powers, B Po lard, A. Lemkau, N. Drewry, N. Coekey, C. Petterson, H. Potter, -I Luekabaugh, M. Cole, B. Cede, M. Smith, D. Price, H. Adkins, G Lindner, M unager. eneils At the close of the haskethall season, the Boys' Varsity Team placed third in County league standings with a record of 9 wins and 5 losses. Several one point decisions cost the Generals the championship, although they trounced the league-leading Franklin squad in a home game. Don Sedlaek was high scorer with 161 points. Wes Baynes displayed outstanding rehounding ahility and Walt Laderer and Mel Bhoten were the main playmakers of the team. The V. Basketball Squad captured the County Championship with an undefeated season. Krieelirnq, left to right: T. jessop, C. Armacost, T. VVard, B. Salmon, D. Yingling, P. Seheiner, L. Collins. Stand- ing: H. Poole, B. Kline, D. Smith, B. Parker, N. Cran- ston, D. Bopst, B. Litsinger, Mr. VValker, Coaelz. Place Thir Left to right, around cirz'le: M. Rhoten, K. Rip- plemeyer, P. Peters, C. Athy, H. Donnell, XV. Laderer, D. Sedlack, NN. Baynes, R. Lanmann, B. Ruhy, D. Newkirk, B. Bowen. Second role: D. Vanden Bosche, lllrnuhqerg Mr. NValker, Coach, D. Aiken, Mmmgcrg A. Smith, Manager. 8:2 Left In right: L. Roberts, Nl. Powers, B. Cede, N Klatt, E. Sims, M. S Cadd. Co-Captain: B Kelly, C. Dobihal, Couelt N. Isennoek, B. Anderson, Co-Captain: Il. Burns, S. Thompson. E. Uosterling, F. Keister. Varsity S nad Ties For Honors S3 With four wins, two losses and one tie. the Girls, Varsity Basketball Team ranked fourth in County league competition at the elose of the season. Libby Roberts, one of the four sophomores on this year's squad. was high scorer. netting a total of 91 points. Barb Anderson, senior, was second with 66 tallies. In spite of the shortness of the majority of the players, Towson's team proved to be aggressive and managed to snatch innmner- able rebounds. The V. players were also in fourth plaee at the season's end. First row, left In right: B. Kade with mascot, NV. House, -I. Luekabaugb, B. Pollard, P. Andrews, Cup- fuin. Second row: J. Eckhart, A. Lemkau, P. Breiden- stein, C. Pettersen, E. Copes, V. Dreyer, A. Beblmer, Couch. v 1 vnipf I I a , . 4 I." 14 NO First row, let to right: E. Covahey, Captain, K. Blaker. L. Puryear, D. Baynes, E. Bannister, C. Power. Second row: J. Haw ', D. Brown, B. Bairigh, II. Moores, D. Newkirk, D. Seidel. H. Mclienna, D. Burton, T. Noppenberger. Third row: Couch Walker, P. Seheiner, E. Worth, D. Alexander, R. Vicente, E. Mt-Kenzie, D. Yingling, B. Fuller, H. Neels, A. Natale and B. Van Ess, Manrlgers. Harriers Four Time C ampious Two outstanding changes were intro- duced in the Baltimore County cross country program at the beginning of the '52 season. The running distance was enlarged from 114 to 2 miles, and instead of the usual varsity and V. squad, each school had to divide its varsity into an "A" and "B" team. After the "A" team was defeated by Poly on the T. H. S. course, the possi- bility of victories in the county and state meets was slight. But at the county meet, Towson went against all predictions by winning not only the j. V. and "B" team events, but also the varsity "AU division, to remain champions for the fourth straight year. The following week the Harriers again went beyond expectations by beating Catonsville, the defending champs, to win their second State Championship. Having only lost a few varsity men from last year's squad, the track team seemed highly favored at the beginning of the season to cop its fourth straight county title. Veterans Samm, Matthews, Baynes, Covahey, Donnell, Blaker, Moores and Seidel returned to form an experienced nucleus, while several runners moved up from the ,52 V. squad. First row, left to right: D. Brown, B. Zarbaek, B. Foster, B. Bowen, C. Cassidy, D. Matthews. Second row: R. Samm, E. Covahey, P. Fritz, H. McKenna, C. Arinaeost, -I. Moores. Third row: F. Vandermast, D. Alexander, J. Brown, A. Breid- enbaugh, B. Brayman, R. Seidel. Fourth row: P. NVells, S. Croll, H. Donnell, W. Baynes, E. Burns, B. Fuller, ll. Vieente. Fifth F0105 A. Natale, E. Wirth, WV. Lee, D. Baynes, D. Crowley, C. Fisher, B. Spare berf. ul, r AP? Wil' 9 r I v . . fJ-- wil fffi nl 84 First l'Ull', left In right: G. Linclner, N. Klutt, P. Andersen, M. Klutt, S. Belle, J. -Iolinson, L. Jones, V. Slnlw, IC. Oosterling. Sceonzl row: S. XVbitel'o1'cl. S. Moore, E. Sims, B. Green, M. Lyncli, S. Clunnbers, C. Brown, N. -Iewetl. P. XVisnaun, P. Andrews, nl. Tiseliinger. B. Riley, P. Etlwarcls. Miss Belilnier, Coflcll. Netters Defend Title, lloltilevers Sfcreng lien M lumen' Towson's varsity volleyball teaun, couched by Miss Alice Bebliner, lmve been county clizunpions for the past six years. They hope to retain tlie title in the '53 season, and are anticipating at successful clay ut the county meet to be belcl on Nluy 7tb. 85 The small turnout for the '53 softball tezun made it lmrd for Mrs. jenn Cooke to pick her roster of twenty-eight girls. Returning to bolster this yeur's squad from lust yeur's varsity are Carroll. Caclcl, Czmlner, Isennoek, uncl Lockerinun. First row, left fo riglil: N. Isennocli, N. Carroll, I. Bowen, L. Roberts, P. Gardner, H. Aclkins, NV. Ilouse, F. Keister. Seeoml row: Mrs. Cooke, Courlaq J. Luclcnlmugli, li. Cel- sten, B. Pollard, U. Sines, J. Eelclmrclt, M, Sniitli M. Stegrnpn, P. Linde, B. , Kelly. Third row: M. Loekerinnn, B. Anderson 1 - M. Caulcl, S. Tllornpson I. Hull, S. Busli, ll. Cetle. R... First rout, left io right: XV. Laderer, C. Trotter, F. NVarrington, YV. Parker, P. Crawford, D. Frish, S. Sacltlc XV. Litsinger, ll. Moore, C. McKenzie, C. Plate, -I. Farinholt, H. Loweree. Second row: Nlr. Leslie, CUIIFIIQ Casseclv S. Corey ll. Yeatman D. Frish K. Ripplemewr B. Heather, B. Kamps, ll. lless, D. Orxille, D. Vane llostl1e,',l. clI'1.XYi-ilill, D. xfv3lj.lllJ'l', B. Parsons, F. Cleinent,,B. Brainurd. Mr. 'l'll0IIl1lS, CUIIFII, len iclkmen Strom as Season O ens Lacrosse coach, james Leslie, was very optimistic at pre-season practices about the approaching league games, despite the fact that only five players returned from last year's varsity. Experienced stickmen, Laclerer, McKenzie. Parks, llipplemeyer and Yeatman were aug- mented by ex-J. V. players and new- comers from other schools. ln the first few exhibition games, the sticlimen defeated Boys' Latin 7-4, and Annapolis High with a score of 10-3. -I. V. coach Melvin Rosenstein piloted a promising team as Marden, Coyle, Noble, Laflerty and Moore were expected to be top men on the bl. V. roster. First row, ieff to right: ll. Noble, B. McDonald, ml. Williams C. Bartell. Second row: P. Grafton, B. Coyle, ll. XVhitehu rst I. johns, B. Van Ess. Thirzi row: D. Ewell, XV Ilaev, NV. Put C inan, B. Dinlier, D. Lockwood, Al. Nickle. Fllllfffl row: Daniel, B. Herring. B. Moore, C. Swanson, D. Laferty, A Harden, S. XVatts. 36 1 First row. left to right: D, Sedlaek, XV. Bannister, D. Stro'inieyer, M. Hhoten, B. Kline, C. Anthony, j. Hinge, B. Hnliy, D. NVatts, -I. Matthews, H. Lanmann, B. Burns, B. Clark. Sceond row: C. Athy, C. Arlmangh, K. Graham, li. Howlings, C. Sehannnel, D. Yingling, D. Schroeder, R. Baker, li. Poe, C. Kilmer, L. Biltnian. Third row: Mr. Reher, fltlllflli D. Benfer, P. Seheiner. B. Corkin, A. Smith, C. Collins, D. Newkirk, ll. Celston, D. May, 'l'. Ford, R. Pahnon, S. Howell, 'l'. Howell. Diamond Squad Antiieiipates First Division The Towson High baseball team. coached hy Frank Heber, looked forward to an excel- lent year in county competition, as the '53 haselxall season opened with eight varsity holdovers. A powerful pitching staff, including Bel Burns. George Schainlnel and Ronnie Lan- niann, proved to he one of the teanfs strongest assets. .lim Enige. rated as one of the best catchers in the league, performed behind the plate, while Boh Rnhy again took over as shortstop. 87 rg, ,lf .M 9 Mix , w M "M-.F -NWWM x"'w.v, ' . ---M, QW WNNN Wlllinu-.. x 'x """l- Nwwqndwfw Q wmv" ,,,..,-'-' A-if Mf- Nh.. 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Drake Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Eckhardt Miss Elaine Escery Mr. and Mrs. Emest A. Escery Mr. and Mrs. John Edwards Mr. and Mrs. H. Vemon Eney Mr. and Mrs. G. Elwood Ensor Mr. Robert C. Erney Mr. and Mrs. joseph Essel Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer H. Faith Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fales E. C. Fleischer Mrs. C. E. Feldman Mr. and Mrs. I. Finley Mr. and Mrs. Guy R. Fishpaw Mr. and Mrs. John E. Fleming Mrs. Fongton Mr. and Mrs. Weldon D. F oxwell Mr. and Mrs. John R. Freeny A Friend Compliments of a Friend Dr. and Mrs. John Gadd Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Gahs Mr. and Mrs . W. H. Gardiner Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Gaskill Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gebb Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Gettler, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. George Gettman Mr. and Mrs . H. Gisehel Mrs. Goldsborough Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Goldschmidt Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Gorsuch Mr. and Mrs. Burl Greene Mr. and Mrs.William G. Gunther Mrs. Letitia A. Hagan Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs . Stanley Hall . Ellwood Hammond . S. F. Harback . M. W. Hart . A. 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Power Mrs. Margaret Sirkin Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Tucker Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Powers Mr. and Mrs. John W. Skinner Dr. and Mrs. E. C. VandenBosche Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Prentiss, Jr. R. Dixon Smith Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Walter, Jr. Mrs. F. L. Purdum Mr. and Mrs. John Spangler Creydon and Moneen Ward Mr. and Mrs. Sydney R. Raabe Mr. and Mrs David Spriggs Dr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Ward Mrs. Mary P. Ransone Mr. and Mrs. William Stiff Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Warner Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ray, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Stifiler Mr. and Mrs. William E. Watkins Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Reather Mr. and Mrs Norman Stiflier Mr. and Mrs. E. Vernon Watts Mr. and Mrs. Carroll F. Remley, Sr. Pat StifHer and Ray Cettel Mr. and Mrs. Robert Welch The Rev. and Mrs. W. C. Roberts Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Stiles Mr. and Mrs. Roger S. Whiteford Mr- and MTS. Frank R0g61'S, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Stinefelt Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Wilhelm Mr. Melvin Rosenstein Mr, and Mrs, Elmer A, Stoner Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wilkinson Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Ruby, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Sunderland Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Wilkinson mr. ang mrs. Eolllerg Thmicit Mr. and Mrs, R. F' Swanson mr. ani lgfidrs. ih2rl3sIAaV:"ilson r. an rs. . . c aewe Miss Patricia Talbert r. an rs. . . m e er Mr. and Mrs. James E. Shuck Mr. and Mrs. Milton F. Wirth Mr. and Mrs. Elmer B. Schuler Mr' Joseph Tauevast Miss Sara Wirtz Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Schulte Mrs' Joseph Tauevast Mr. and Mrs. Howard D. Withers Mr. and Mrs. M. Schwartzkopf Mr' and Mrs' Leslie E' Tarbumm Fred Wood Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Sedlack Mr- and MTS- Medford Taylor Nancy Wright and Bud Yent Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Sensenbaugh MF- and Mrs- Em6Sf E- Thiemeyel' Mr. and Mrs. James Zacharko Mrs. Carey K. Sentz Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zieber OUR SCHOOL FRIENDS Barbara and Ed Joann and Timmy Nancy and Frank Barbara and Fred Jocelyn and Les Pat and Barry Don and Donna Johnny and Eleanor Peggy and JoAnn Doris and Dave Larry and Joyce Rennie and "B" Jan and Sue Marge and Jack Ronnie and Claudia Jane and Janet May and Len Ronnie and Jeanne Janet and Jimmy Melvin and Terry Shirley and Dave Mutt and Jeff HOMEROOMS 'f 9A 10M 12C 9B III-I 12E 9H IIJ 12F IOL IIK 12C CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS Biology Club Compliments of S. A. U. S. D. G. Boys' Varsity Letter Club S. C. D. Wh. gm . rr X .VL t . ,i. is .rv , new Z3 '- 54 .Ap I I 13' 51' li .r F, C V V , --Frankefs Amoco Station 'S if ."' ' :Iii ' Q 'R ti -T an A 1 iii' if? I . n 1 5 k if e'- ,L F my E ',l1' -'ig 'I ii . , , Q BALTIMORE Elmer Free Advertising Agency 2513 N. Charles Street The Hom-Shafer Company 109-113 South Street Segall-Majestic Photographers 909 N. Charles Street Va. Carolina Chemical Corp. Baltimore, Maryland Westport Building Supply, Inc. Baltimore, Maryland CUB Hn.L Clayton and Best Motor Company Erie Hardware Milky Way G. R. Page - Jeweler 2911 N. Wind Road Rye's Filling Station Schneider Florist Taylor Provision Company PARKVILLE Al N. Frans Delicatessen Ardenleigh B. dr L. Association BernaIz's Shoe Shop O., . U P , S nl. ' . lu' ,,, . 1 MERCHANT PATRCDNS City-Wide TV Company Class' Confectionery Frank's Market Gold Seal Company Harford Texaco Hartie's Hardware Store William G. Hartje Jack and Van's News Stand J. Walter jones and Co., Inc. Northeastem Supply Company Harford and B. 8: O. Roads O'Rourke's Confectionery Parkville Florist Parkville Market Parkville Photo Supplies Realtors-Appraisers Woodside Liquors STONELEIGH - ANNESLIE Anneslie Cab Anneslie Tailors Cenco's Shoe Service I. and M. 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