Towson High School - Sidelights Yearbook (Towson, MD)

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Our high school days are gone now, they have left their impression on our lives. We can never call even one day, one hour, or alter the slightest thing that has happened. Every misstep, each goal accomplished, the good times, the slow accumula- tion of knowledge, all have slipped like a mist across the face ofthe Great Clock, and are gone. We realize that, as human beings, we have not always given our best, but most of our memories are happy ones. We have tried to share these memories with you in this, our chronicle, our last offering to Towson High School. fm-we.,..,,.i,, V, V ,. ,.,,,,,., , . , W ,WM ,t lzlll -'.- - ,,'s,,. ..... -.:.: . , ,,,,..,it...,, V61 WWW N . ,W 0 --l-- 4 c:- 7 i.'I:::I .,,,,, ,-,, : ,. .-5 ......... .. :,, R . ,Ai x F :E ww, MM, M ,M,.,W, ., Y OM T X 5.-: -1, - X: aa, wgjsges-ar Q Q , .,,. , as N... U ..,., . Is., ,. ' W 3 ,.,,, ,. f ' M I -Nvw... K EVELYN N1c:Ho1,soN SPU11c1N October 13, 1891-October 1, 1953 Zin Memoriam She tauglzf as well, of earflzly tlzings anal small but slippefl into tlzem ,glimpses of flze trutlzg And quietly rejoiced if slze could spare us one tlnuarterl flream tlzat comes weiflzl youflz 1Vlzy clifl slze leave flze worlrl .slze loved so well? Tlzrougll our womlering comes a Soft' reply, nPerlzaps Gocl neeflefl Snell a gallant soul To teach in tllat great Classroom in flle slcyf, Wy -CAROL KILLINIAN ,55 X, K spa- VX. Haw The Petriarchs For nine years Towson Senior High School has progressed along the road of time under the wise and friendly guidance of our principal, Mr. W. Horace Wheeler. Assisting Mr. Wheeler in this capacity are Miss Mary Litsinger, our vice-principal, and Mr. Austin Bittle, who holds the position of administrative assistant. With the help of these three advisors, the students of Towson are able to work out more satisfactorily problems of a social as well as a scholastic nature. Newcomers to Towson find welcome and understanding in their attempts to adjust to high school life. Miss Mary A. Litsinger Vice-principal Mr. W. H. Wheeler Principal Mr. Austin Bittle Administrative Assistant Xliss .lonnn llriglil, SC'l'l'l'llll'llQ Xliss B1 'l n 7ill'il llisliop. Clvrlc: Nllss C -r'1lclin- " ' ' 1 . 1 ll.1nls,f.l1'1'li. Y 1 AY! D Xlr. .lanncs L1-sliv uncl Xliss Rullx xVllL'lx lllllflllllfl' flHlHlXl'lUl'.N Kucping tlu- oflicc running sniootlily are tlic ollicc clcrks, Nliss llllI'lJ1ll'll liislu up and Bliss clL'l'2lllllllt' lllunli 'intl tlie . . X St'Cl'0tRll'y Nliss Joann Bright. XVitli un 1-yo for tlic fnhm: 'l'owson's coun- svlors. Nlr. jzuncs Lcslic and Nliss llutli NVz1ck ollvr lu-lp for today uncl suggestions for tomor- row. By talking uncl planning witli flllxlll wc zul- l X ' me ttu .llilo to clociclo wlmt wil l como nvxt in our livcs. ---1 jury or illncss our school nursc. Nlrs. Ellllllilxtll l':1ym- is always rvzuly to lll LJSQ ol IllllI0l' Ill lw of AlSSlSt1llICO. XVlu-n SC2ll'Clllllg for knowlvclgv, wv turn to our liln'zn'iz1ns. Nlrs. Sully Clcvvngcr :incl Bliss XVyldu Duncan. XVitl1 their liolp we are lc-cl clown pzltlis of plvuslm- tllI'Ollg.IlI rvaulingg. Xlrs. lflizzllwlll l'11yn4- .YIIINV 's. S. flll'Yl'll1.fl'l'illlll Miss NY. Dunn-.in 14llH'lll'lIlIIN "Time brings increase te truth and gives te our minds what he steals from our youth -Edward M 00 jx-A F .. I 'he FYQSFIIIIHH Class lDl1K't02lll 1-xc'c'lh-nt 0l'i1'lltilti0ll p1'0g11'1ul1 phuuwcl hy thv Sup xnorvs, thc- l'I'l'SlllllUll bl'ClllIl0 acc-ustmxwcl to hlgh school hh- at Iowsml vc-ry quickly. A hvcly lllfl'I't'St 111 thcu' sc-llool IIlillllfl'S ' ltsch as tlwy slmwc-cl thou' school splrlt alt X'llI'l0llS gmm-s mul awful an N 41 tic-s tlll'0llQQll0llf tlu- yl'2lI'. Prohh-ms which im-1-nl tha-m Wm-11' mct :tml - fi' X sw . . - - 2 0Vl'l'C0llIl' hx' co-0 X'I'1ltl0li lllllilllff tlu- class amcl Its lL'2lll4'I'S :xml tha . I r- ' 'fs ' class sponsors. I Y 7 ' KY i , !' x 5' IZ' -X1 'A -A, ws Iflucsllnxx CLASS S1-fmsrms H4-ifm-V. Nlrs, K. l'1l'klllL'1l, Hrs. li. Bm-k, Nliss VI. Shapiro, Xlr. NY. l'Xlwurcls. l"n1cmm.xx Cmss OFIFICERS I1 lwrvh I n'r1.v1m'l'g D, Cllnsxgmv. I'r1'.vizl4'nlq Xl. KTFIHICIGIH. Sl't'l'1'ftlI'!lJ ,l. Cam-,Vi1'1' Pn'.s'ich'nI. li. Alu-ll, j. Ulrich, R. AL'kcrnmn, R. Adams, NV. AlilIl0lllIl'l', L. Alla-n, IJ. Antonious, E. Buckvrt. li. Builvy, A. Balkvr. S. liukvr, li. Bull, S. Bauuw, 'l'. BilllIliStl'l', S. Bawis, 'l'. l3uxtm-r, A. Buy- low, A. BUIIII. XY. Bm-lt. NV. lim-nm-r. .I. Bl'l'j.fl'I'Ull, lr. Ber- wnugcr, Y. B1-vulls, R. Bisse-ll, D. lioblitz, C. Bom-hun, Nl. Bolllaxyvr, A. Boll. R. Boll, E. lloslvy. C. Boslvy, P. Boslcy, P. Boslcy, P. Billlglltl'l', R. Bowman , T. Bower, UI. Brudwuy, 1. Bray. Xl. lin-idvrmlmnnglx. C. Pr1'vidvl1stvilx. A. li1'icvlal1ul, I. Brown, I. Brown, li. Brown, li. 'Bl'll0lll, C. Bryzult, K. Blllkillgllillll, li. Burns, Nl. Pmilvr. lf. Bulk-1'fi4'lLl. C Byus, C.. 1.1111-y, li. 1 w Q i.ur'v4-r, j. Lusc, B. Lus- scll, E. Cassidy. L. Chvu- worth, XY. Christian. C Christoplu-r, L. Clurvn- don. 1. ctlurkv, A, Clift, 143. Cockvy, C, Colvin, F. Combs, B. Corcoran, N Couglc, Nl. Covell. L Cox, R. Cox. B. Cmlmtrcr-, li. Craig. Nl Cramdaxll, R. Crum-, S Cram'forcl, -I. Crm-swf-ll, C Crows, C. Crmmsdnlv. S Crosby, II. Curtis. li. Cultino, P. Cyphvrs. C. IDRIIIIUSUJX, li. Dams- lK'I'j.Il'l', D. lJ1lYK'llD0l't, 1. Duns. P. Davis, It Dim'- son, Y. D4-l Calvio, P Dv Nlvml. D. Dculmow, ll. Dvnvow R. Dv Vital, j. Dia-tor, S Dictrick, D. lJ0llt'llIJl'l'y ll. Dorsvv, NI. Downing. F. Duddvrzl, T. Dugggzul. 9 MASS UF '57 MASS UF '57 D. Dunklee, S. Eekels, K Eckert, L. Edwards, R Edwards, J. Eggert, C Elliott, P. Elliott, C. Ellis B. Ellis. T. Elton, WV. Emge, N Engaif, H. Ensor, NV Eorite, E. Eselnnann, D Evans, I. Ewertz, P Falier, M. Fay. I. Feder, C. Fefel, B Fislier, P. Fislier, E. Fislil paw, N. Fislipaw, -I Fletelier, M. Foote, C Ford, J. Foster. G. Fox, J. Foy, T. Frantz R. Freeland, C. Friede: mann, J, Friel, E. Fnlir- xn1.n. E. Garren, M. Canlt W. Gede. E. Gelwieks, C. German, C. Geneo, H. Gentry, R. Gerstmyer, J. Gill, R. Gilley, P. Gisllel, Glaser, D. Glasgow. G. Good, -I. Goodson, N. Gotto, M. Gould, C. Graf- Hin, B. Gray, B. Gray, L. Creer, L. Grupenlioff, L. Grupenliofl. C. Guteknnst, G. Hank D. Halian, B. Hall, B. Hamilton, M. Hancock. B. Hardin, M. Hyriize, B. Harnck, L. Harris. P. Haynes, R. Haynes, V. Held, NV. Henderson, K. Ilensclien, M. Hensen, B. IIer'ulson, M. Hess. L. Hicks, E. Hildelxrai dt. C. Hill, J. Huck, lioxker, J. Hollard. M. Ifoover, C. Hossfeld, L. lVU1l5tfH1, A. Howard, ll. Howard, H. Howard. lt. Howard, R. Howard. D. Hruslca, H. Huber, H. Huber, -I. Hudson, C. Vnglies. S. Hunter, B. Hust, N. Ingle. 10 a w M. Kinarcl, B. King, H. T. Irving, H. jackson, B. Jacohs, C. jakovics, M. jakavies, K. James, T. Jansen, R. Jenkins, A. johnson, J. johnson. L. Johnson, P. jones, G. jordan, P. just, W. Kalb, N. Karr, J. Kazla, E. Kemberling. S. Kennedy, NV. Kedd. Kirk, A. Klair D. Kygt-r, P. Lannln'eeht, M. J. Leach. N. Lederer, B S. Krebs, Lain, B. Lainhros, Le Doux, L, LeDoyen, C. Lee, D. Lego, AI. Leiclig, H. Leis- ter, M. Leland, T. Lewis, L. Linzey. J. Littleton, E. Lockwood, NV. Long, Lnclwig, T. Lyons, P. Malone, M. Marconi, Martin, B. Maxfield, NV. Meeks. 1. Meginnis, C. Merrick, J. Merrylnan, j. Messick, NV. Messinger, K. Meyers, M. McCormick, E. Me- Cne, L. McLellan, E. Michael. -I. Michael, D. Miller, K. Miller, S. Miller, H. Mine- tree, Mousman, A. Xloorinf D Morfoot S. A 1-H - , Morgan, A. Morris. P. Morrison. S. Mirrison, D. Myers, H. Murray, D. Nash, S. Neale, I. Nelson, I. Neubauer, B. Neu- meister, B. Norman. C. Noppenherger, D. Nopper, M. O'Donnell, M. Olson, S. 0'Reilly, B Packard, R. Parks, K Patterson, J. Pensel, M Perry. N. Perry, J. Peters, N Peters, E. Peterson, M Peterson, R. Phillips, W Phillips, Pinkner, D. Pit- cock, NV. Pittman. H. Plitt, Poe, N. Poe, R Powers, B. Preston, R. Prevail. A. Price, A. Price, S. Pritchard. 11 Ill SS Ui '57 MASS Ili '57 C. Proph, P. Puiks, P Purigtun, R. Quurivr. li Quinn, C. Rcutlu-r, C Hvcdcr, F. Hvisz, C Rcmsch, -I. Rx-niington. H. Ricimrds, C. liivk. L Ricldlospurgcr, B. Rignvy J. Riley, 1. Kilt-y, J. lm- tvr, J. liittvr. B. liohhins J. liohinscm. NV. Romnmi, P. Rualrk, D HIIUQS, S. Husseii, S Sands, B. Saunm-, C Scholl, D. Schnicr, li Schlunnkvr, C. Schutvr. slmkt-, CI. Shaw, T Siu-nts, B. Slut-rry, B. Shii- iivtt, S. Shinnic. NV. Shoc- IIl2lii0l', F. Simpson, XY Sims. J. Sish-y. J. Sincrt, li. Sknrko, D Smith, E. Smith, M Smith, M. Sohmik, I' Soionlon, D. Southern, N Spzmgh-r, -I. Spalrgo. S. Spur, Ni. Stegmun. B Stctka, L. Steward, M Stiiiicr, C. Stone, XY Storm, J. SU'CtillClllt'yt'l' D. Strickivs, C. Stuitl. J. StlltZk2l, S. Smncr, N Suter, V. Tarr, T. Taylor R. Thompson, R. Tillman I. Timiin, T. Titiv, Y Todd. I. Towers, Nl. Trippc, J Trippett, B. Tllrnbzulgh H. Urch, L. Urie, B Vaughan, D. Vaughan. A Velie. L. Vngham. VV. NVa1gnvr, D. NVz1iking A. XVuhnsl0y, D. NVult' mam, D. NVuitmzm, B Wilitfllll, G. YVat1-rs, B NVutkins, I. XVntt, J xVl'idPI11lliit'I'. P. Wendoroth, K. NVhut- mziugh, B. XVh1-cler, D XVilIiums, K. NVilliums M. NVilliums, R. VViiliams C. NVinde-Ier, S. XVindsm' I. YVines. XV. NVinslow, C. NVyre, R VVOOLI, L. WVoolf, J. Ying- ling, J. Yingling. 12 s A The Sophomore Class Q ' I ............ 'Flu' class ol' 1956 sliowccl nincli spirit in initiating nn oricntu- i Z tion progrann for tht- Fl'l'SllIllCIl, tliv first progrznn ol' its kincl ut Towson. Tho Soplioinorm- Proin was not only u slic-cc-ss lint ll nicinor- nlilc vxpwiviico. Oni' Sophoinorvs also provc-cl their ability on tht- tI.V. tvznns. XVitli their ulmlc lt-ziclcwsliip. this clalss has provc-cl that it will lw grcaitly lwm-Ht-iul to its school. l 'I u 1 , f f W il ft 1 l x SUPIIOBIOHIC Ciuxss S1-oxsons Xlr. Al. Glns, Mr. XY. llmlcrwoocl, Xliss ll. NIQIHOS, Nliss l". Slim-4-s, Xlr. O. Bc-i'wic'l4. 3 ,S ,Q Sovnomomi Cl.Ass Orrictsns W A, llnrt. Sz'cl'z'tury: Xl. Lannlmros, Vim' Prvsilfvlilq N, V4-nctonlis, I'l'e.s'irlv1llg bl. XYooclw1u'cl, 'l'n'rl.vul'4'r. 13 MASS Ill '56 VV. Ackerman, B. Adams A. Adkins, J. Alban, R Albright, W. Allen, D Allewalt, J. Anderson, H Ashman, E. Aubrey. N. Ball, C. Bange, P Barnes, D. Barrans, P Barrett, M. Baxter, D Becker, B. Bell, C. Belt A. Belz. E. Bennett, L. Benton, M Berger, C. Berry, J. Biddi- son, B. Bischoff, J. Bishop M. Bissell, M. Blamers M. Bliekenstaff. B. Bohman, V. Bonhage K. Bonsall, P. Bosley, M Bowling, I. Breidenbaugh W. Brice, C. Brimslield , G. Brohawn, A. Brom- wall. G. Bruder, K. Bryant, S Bryant, R. Buchwald, B Burton, C. Burton, N Burton, B. Bush, T. But- ler, D. Caples. N. Carden, G. Carlsrud H. Carnell, F. Carothers I. Carter, P. Carter, C Cassell, C. Chap Jell, F Chandler, C. Che-lf. S. Christopher, D. Clark H. Clark, P. Clark, S Clarkson, D. Collyer. I Conway, J. Kock, B. Cor- bin, D. Cotham. A. Covell, L. Craig, B Crane, B. Crawford, B. Cunningham, J. Cunning- ham, M. Dabney, M. Dahlcr, H. Dawson, T. DeGraw-s. R. Diedeman, R. Dieffen- bach, C. Dixon, R. Dono- ho, M. Drake, S. Dugan, W. Dunsing. 14 s s a a M. Eaton, NV. Elwrinan, L. Ecsvry, li. Edlnonston, N. Effingvr, Ekin, P. Ellis, P. Ensor, L. Fels, J. Ferguson. E. Fislier, D. Flack, H. Flanagan, li. Fleisch- mann, B. Floray, P. Flowers, P. Ford, S. Frank, G. Frvasc, L. Frei- tag. J. Frvy, R. Fricsli, VV. Fuller, S. Cadd, M. Gam- lmrill, B. Curvy, C. Ccnco, D. Ccisz, D. Cviwitz, B. Call. M. Cisrivl, L. Covtz, -I Coltsliall, F. Could, T Could, S. Cnyton, V. Hall D. Hand, D. Hannan. D. Hanson, H. Harlow, M. Harris, B. Harrison, R Harrison, B. Hauck, S Hawk, J. Hvacoclc, S Holm, M. He-nry. H. Hess, NV. Hicks, D Hill, A. Hock, B. Holdon li. Holdcn, J. Horich, D Hotli, C. Howard. F Howard, N. Howard. P. Howard, I. Hudson, S Huffman, J. Huntley, R Hull, P. Hulln, A. Hurt B. Hntson, D. Irvin, I Ives, V. Jacolws, S. jc-ffm-roy, M jvwc-tt, G. johnson, L johnson, L. johnson, O Ioncs, L. Iordon, A. lung J. Kano. M. Kalsafancv, E. Kauf- lnan, N. Kauflialz, E. Koi- nard, J. Kcistvr, E. Kell, J. Kvllvr, D. Kcllvtt. 15 s a MASS Ill '56 IMSS Ill '56 I N. Milt' Aixv 'Q 1 5? - ' ' i A. King, D. King, Klint-john, S. Kollvr, . Koctting, B. Kraluk, M Lzunlmros. j. Lunc, B I.nm.:fclclt, NV. Lay. ID F L. Lcut-li, P. Lclunun, B. Lcntz, A. Lvwis, C. tlculmcrg. C. Linnc-rt. . LoPrcsti, IC. Lorcul. Lewis. H. Lilcs, K. Li C M. J. Louis, M. I.ynilu-rg. NV. Lynch, j. Lyons, J. Lyons, A. Mzlcfzirlunc, P. Martin, L. McCoy, H. Mc-Intosh, NV. McMahon. A. Mit-halos, li. Millcr, P. Millcr, C. Minctrcc, C. Mitchell, F. Moon-, I.. Morton, C. Mycrs, C. Mylunclcr, li. Nculc. S. Nr-uh-, M. Ncwlin, C. Nixon, H. Norgurcl, NV. Norton, B. Pugc, S. Parol- ing, AI. Parrish, A. Patti, R. Pzlync. C. Pcurcc, B. Perkins, E. Perry, F. Pvrsohn, B. Phil- lips, C. Phillips, E. Phil- lips, S. Pinclcll, ll. Pipcr, M. Plunihott. Pt. Poc, C. Powcr, L. Prutznmn, J. Pringle, C. Purycur, XV. Putman, B. Quinun, B. Quinn, A. Hci- hlich, P. Rcuss. E. Rluicly, A. Riclumlsou, C. lticlmrcls, J. Hiclnuontl, K. Riclcllcspurgcr, Il. Hilcy, j. liilvy, C. Hobi- son, P. llolvinson, I. lloc- nu-r. B. Ruttcr, J. Suhnon, D. Saunplc, C. Schaunmcl, L. Schunnncl, C. Schnfcr, ll. Sclmufus, N. Schcwrcn, F. Schmidt, I. Schraunl. M. L. Schumacher, C. Schweikurt, 1. Scott, M. Scott, B. Servier, C. Shan-lter, M. Shcats, M. She-cnc, H. I. Slulphurd, XV. Slim-rry. .- bg I 16 1 l " 'I is 1' v , V I i .f X' 1 d ll- Gwfvi of.-1 WJ lIlSSlll5ti 44,4-frat-f K. Shipley, N. Shipley, R. Shoemaker, D. Sisson, C. Skeen, F. Skipper, R. Shade, A. Smith, C. A. Smith, E. Smith. G. Smith, J. Smith, R. Smith, R. Smith, S. Smith, V. Smith, B. Sohl, A. Sparks, H. Spicer, C. Spille. L. Spring, P. Stancliforcl, B. Starkey, R. Starr, M. Starricles, C. Statter, -I. Stenersen, B. Stephenson, K. Stevenson, S. Steven- son. C. Stewart, S. Stinefelt, R. Stoner, K. Storm, A. Street, M. Street, P. Stroll, B. Sutton, R. Swanson, R. Talbott. F. Tapseott, B. Tausend- sehoen, I. Tawney, E. Taylor, J. Taylor, M. Tay- lor, R. Taylor, T. Taylor, M. Tigtnleier, M. Teieh- art. E. Thompson, N. Thorn, B. Thornhill, P. Tilton, M. Toeterman, -I. Tontz, N. Tracey, L. Trantwein, R. Trantman, P. Turn- lmangh. B. Turnhangh, B. Uhler, M. L. Vander Brink, L. Van Fossen, A. Vebrosky, N. Venetoulis, S. Vene- toulis, P. Voeke, II. NVag- ner, M. VVagner. E. ivallwt-k, K. YVallaee, P. Walters, M. Ward, T. Ward, J. VVarder, K. Warner, W. Watkins, XV. VVatson, R. NVanrlley. M. NVQ-lls, T. NVells, M. West, E. VVhealton, E Wheeler, R. VVheeler, S Wheeler, A. YVhite, B VVhite, E. Wilhelm. R. Williamson, I. NVilson A. VVindsor, R. NVinters, H. R. Vlollsehlager, I Woodward, P. NVright, H Wynne, A. Yingling, R Zimmerman. 17 The Junior Class United and compctcnt. the junior Class provccl their school spirit by accomplishing many worthwhile- tasks, hclpful in prcpar- ing thcm for their rolc as Scniors. For thc first tinic at Towson, a ring claucc was sponsorcd hy thc juniors in cclchration of tht-ir newly acquired rings. Thcir talcnt anal ahility was clisplayccl in thc junior-Scnior Prom, an occasion cnjoyccl hy Towson stuclcnts and ncvcr to bc forgottcn by thc Scniors. JUNIOR CLAss Sifoivsons Mr. A. Marsilio, Mr. bl. Baylcy, Miss E. Scpcsy, Miss V. Brown, Niliss F. Lcvitsky, Mr. XV. Thomas. jumou CLASS O1f1f'ic:E1is S. NVhitm-lorcl, Tl'CllSlll'l'I'Q F. Thcisz, P1'U.s'irlc1ifg B. Ensor, Sccrcfrlryg A. lxclly, Vicc P1'r'.s'iflcnf. 18 D. Abbott, R. Aekroyd, J. Agler, S. Aikenllead, D. Albert, D. Alexander, F. Allen, R. M. Arclison, H. Asebenbrenm-r, B. A. As- pinall. D. Atwell. L. Baer, L. Baer, L. Bagclon, M. A. Bagley, N. Bailey, S. Bailey, B. Baker, E. M. Barnes, G. Bartell. E. Bairtlm, B. Bartinan, S. Bateman, M. A. Batterclen, A. Bayne, D. Baynes, B. Belselmer, B. Berwanger, M. Bentel, D. Billett. C. Bills, C. Bishop, L. Blessinf XV.Bl0I1l0it'I' A Is- , - Blottenberger, ll. Blot- tenberger, N. Boone, D. Bopst, NV. Bransby, A. Breiclenbangb. P. Breiclenstein, B. Brem- ker, M. Brewbaker, XV. Bringman, N. Brough, B. A. Brown, B. J. Brown, D. Brown, J. Brown, S. Brown. C. Bunce, A. Burger, M. Burns, R. Burton, C. A. Busby, D. Butz, P. Byrnes, P. Campbell, Cuples, -I. Carroll. E. Carswell, L. Carter, S. Chambers, R. Cbatterton, D. Cbenowetb, R. Clark, T. Clark, E. Clayton, M Cole, VV. Collier. L. Collins, D. Colvin, C. Constable, P. Cooney, T. Coon ey, A. Cooper, Cooper, E. Copes, Covahey, W. Coyle. J D F. Craig, P. Craig, D Crews, S. Croll, N. L Currens, S. Cursy, C Cuttino, C. Duble, C Dalton, C. Daniel. I. Davis, J. DeCrau es, D Deland, D. Deleber. B DelPrete, B. Devilbise M. IJPVHRI, L, Diueu- makos, Il. Dilwortb, O. Ditman. 19 54411, .gmac uv Qufwaf' l 1.14 14" 'l'Y4'. X117 Ai UAA .4y,,4,1 nflfw. " 1 f s 1.1 "Y El SS Ill '55 vaeflkflw I ' l J, F . J 1, I 3 I L.-LL' V i jyfflf pwv MASS Ili '55 M. Dorn, N. Dorsee, D Doty, J. Downey, E Draayer, V. Drcycr, M Dundore, D. Durm, ,I Early, J. Eckhart. S. Edwards, J. Ellicott, N 5 5 "1 S PU 5 Z 5 PS zu? BEEF :geo 5:1 U'J:"n Z' F :EDP HC 9555 SEM UQQUQ 'J-:J-:fe F singer, H. Evans, Ewell, W. Fahey Faid, J. Fccte. Ubi B. Frazier. E. Freitag, P. Fritz, A. Gable, T. Galloway, B. Gay, R. Gcbhardt, B. Gcdc, J. Gcist, B. Cel- ston, E. Gclston. H. Gelston, P. Gessford, S. Gettel, C. Gill, N. Gill, M. Gleeson, W. Good, B. Gordon, E. Gordon, J. Gordon. H. Gorc, J. Gorsucll, P. Grafton, K. Graham, G. Gray, V. Grease-r, E. I. Green, L. Haines, D. Hale, C. Hancock. M. L. Hanson, F. Harri- son, G. Hartlove, W. Hartman, I. Hartwell, M. Hartzell, P. A. Hastings, G. Hayes, M. Hazelip, M, Herbst. A. Hvrgenratlier, A. Her- ring, I. Hertrick, N. S. Hicks, R. Holste, H. Holt, E. Hoover, B. Ho kins, J. Horak, B. Howarg. D. Howard, D. Howard, I. Howell, S. Howell, T. Howell, M. Hubbard, D. Huber, I. Huber, A. Hucke, W. Huey. W. Hull, E. Hughs, M. Hunter, S. Hurline, D. In- gram, K. Ireland, C. Isen- nock, E. Jackson, E. Io- hannescn, I. johns. 20 . 1. j. -IOIIIISUII, M. A. 1411111- s1111, l'..I1ml111stu11, Nl.,I11yc1-, B. Kuclv, E. Kllllflllllll, A. Kvlly, B. K1-lly, AI. Kelly. 1'. K.-111-. ll. Kc1'1', H. Klll'l'bl'l', C. Kill111a111, L. Kipp, ll. Kir- ' XYKIII, j. Kluss, D. Klvin, ll. Kline, H. Klim-, -I. Kling. C. K11i1-km-1'l1111-K1-1', XY. Kowulsky, C. K1111k1-I, D. lAlfk'l'ly, L. Lung, M. I,1111d1-fvlcl, L. La111gfvl1lt, M. Lz11111i11g, li. Lz1pl111111, -I. I11ll'lll0l'l'. 1 ll. LllI'l'illl0I't', N. 1.11151-11. ll lmm H I1 1311111 K' 1.11 1 - .41., .1 ,v. L1-11, N. Lvv, XY. L11-, C. Lugo, A. Lo111kz111, N. Lvwis. 5. L11111. A. L1ttl1't011. L. l.iM1111111. D. l,ovkwoucl, -I. Long, L. L4111g, li. Luck- :1l1a1115J,l1, U. NIZILIS, A. Mau' L1-11, -I. LI1Ii0IlSIll'iI1. A. LIilI'dL'll, J. Nl11rkli111', I. M111'k11lik, A. Nla11'ti11, L. IAIQISUII, C. Nluttvs, E. McClz11'y, E. xlL'lJL'I'lllOH, li. LICIJOIIAIIKL S. Mu- c:llil'L'. C. MUJHI1111, NI. McNl11l- 1011, ll. xiL'Kl'llllil, H. ML'- Q1111y, li. M1-urs, S. Mc- g'illlliS, M. Nlvise-, R. M1-ntzc-r, R. M1-ssivk. li. Millvf. li. Milla-r, -I. Nlillm-1', K. Milla-1', VV. NIil1L"l1'l', P. Monks, ll. Mm11'v, li. Mo1'i11g, P, Mc1risc111, L. M11r1'is1111, M. Nl111'1'is111L. L. Mlwllm-1', P. M,11uf1Qi11 D. LIlIlltl'l', D. MXti'iso1 li. Nl111'pl1y, C. hfyoxxv .. N1-slw, j. Nicklou R. Nolwlv, IC. No '111.f.' ix . X l. O Hugrj S. 215011: A4 111 " f,l'lll, 1-, . 01113.-1 13. cxvms, 11. 11. -Lw, . l':fs1Llfif11, l'1?6l'q:,'J.'11 l'va1l'l'0. Y Y. . yNv 107 'v 1 'lxiix' K, ,A gf 1 v 1 31 1 . IX V' . NX3x1v1 I' I ' 4. ' .S A 5 Y 0 , v H ' 11 J' 1' . xl A Hx MASS llf '55 I LD -shi . fx it 1 ,I if, I I ll I 'lint' N 41 lx P. Peclcly, S. Pvtcrson, C Pcttcrson, J. Phillips, S Piuclvll, L. Pitcoclc, B Pitt, B. Pollurcl, li. Poole ll. Potter. M. Powvrs, M. Preston H. Prim-, P. Proctor, L Quutmzmn, L. Hnssa, P Rczunam, l. Hur-cl, D. Ruin' P. Rc-ir. M. Rl'iIlllll1ll, R. Ht-vis, S Riches, E. Ricluuoncl, L Riley, E. Rohm-rts, M Hohiuson, L. Rochv, T Rock, K. Plockvtt. N. Royal, M. Rnppcl, D Russell, E. Rutherford, R Ryan, A. Sun-co, J. Sufu- fiu, C. Schaumucl, P Scllciucr, 1. Schirmur. E. SL-luuiclt, D. Schrocclvr J. SL-huchurt, C. Schwinn C. Sc-well, M. SllilH:l'I', S Shake, H. Slumzuilum, A Shzuiklin, T. Zclmtvr. C. Shnnkliu, D. Shvlly D. Sherry, C, Shuc, B Simms, It. Simousou, 0 Sines, R. Singlvy, K. Sis- sou, C. Small. E. Smith, -I. Smith, E Souris, J. Spangler, B Spam-uhcrg, AI. Sparks, B Spa-ru, S. Spvrl, D. Splutt D. Sprecher. R. Sprvclwr, E. Stivn- hurg, B. Stow-us, M Stvwurt, C. Sticklvs, A Stipu, C. Story, F. Strzcl- D czyk, F. Strzclczylc, Stuller. S. Sturge-ll, P. Stutzku, B Sullivan, N. Sutton, D Swaumer, C. Taylor, T Thciz, N. Thomas, B Thomas, -I. Thompson. S. Thompson, S. Thomp- son, S. Thortou, DI. Tontz B. Torotlc, E. Toy, C T race-v, E. Tvrrcll, D Ullnum. 1 , X -ix X , 22 'V . l . j. Valdcvia, R. Van Ess, ' N. Vit-km-ry, S. NVadc, G. VVagnur, ll. XVagnvr, E. VVallaL'u, R. VValsli, I. VVarficlcl, j. XVarfi0ld. ll. NVarm-r, F. NVartlicr, VV. VVatson, E. XVatts, L. NVvvcl, D. XVvigr-rt, P. Wvlls, ll Wt-ssl-l, NVQ'- ant, C. NV0yricli. S. Wliitcford, P. NVliitnuy, D. Wliittvn, J. NViditZ, D. Wiggins, R. NVilkinson, L. Williams, S. NVindt-lor, -I. Windsor, B. NVinc-miller. L. NVinklvplc-ck, ll. XVirt0- non, E. Wirtli, S. XVirtl. Io A. NVolf, A. NVoodc- ward, D. Yingling, S, Youncv, S. Yorivk, B. Zalwl. MASS Ill '55 '55 Sidelights Staff First row: C. Sinall, S. Thompson, L. Morrison, Mr. O'Connor- Advisor. Svvond row: M. Ardison, E. Bartlia, ll. Zalx-l. Tliirzl row: P. Mullikin, C. Gill, J. Ellicott. Fourflz NHC: j. Tontz, D. Ala-xandur. 23 The '55 Smr:L1GI1'rs staff largvly liv- gan its work early in tlic fall. The group assisted the '54 cominittcv and offered valualilv contriliutions. The guidance of the seniors has greatly contributed to the start of '55 Ycar- book. Although he is only starting his second year as the yearbook advisor, Mr. O'Conuor has already gained ll great deal of knowledge of thc proli- lems of yearbook production. He lias already begun to assist in the produc- tion of tllc 1955 Ycarlmook. p :v,1. X S S f . V ...:... , . 2 t ..... eore S1:N1o1x C1.Ass S1-oNsons li ,QIIA izlb I E V 0 e The Senior Class -it v.. -. f . i 2 l ia 2 2 fi Qc- " s ' -fe::........-.est Standing: Mr. E. Bognsko, Mr. E. Nardone, Miss NI. lloberts. Seated: Mr. E. Ilo X I' llls ok, Miss Vl. Nlnrray, . lrs. l. N arf. SENIOR CLASS HISTORY YVL- like to think of ourselves as finished products, but now we know how our predeces- sors must have felt, very rough around the edges. At first we lived in circumstances of con- SENIOR C1.Ass OFVICI-:us I. Fossett, Vice l'rc.s'irIcntg D. Friseh, Pl'C.S'llIl'llfg P. llowell, Secretary, D. Orville, Treasurer. ' l fusion, and the "where do we go from herei' frame of mind, as Freshmen we had much to learn. A field day where We rejoiced and re- laxed highlighted our Hrst year. The produc- tion of the motion picture, ul. Citizenf' was an accomplislnnent of note. We were enjoying ourselves, and with almost no conception of time, we were sur- prised to find our Sophomore year upon us. We began to distinguish ourselves on the Varsity and junior Varsity teams. One balmy night in May we lost ourselves in the memor- able pleasures and fieeting hours of our prom, "Tulip Timef, As juniors, we were justifiably proud of our contributions. VVe were glad to have served in many phases of T.H.S. life. At last we held our junior-Senior Prom, "Cherry Blossom Time"-which is still a subject of animated conversation today. As Seniors-the word itself seemed almost alien-the thought that our four years were lost and gone forever dwelt in our minds. Yet, our last days had many things in store: the Senior Tea, Senior Day, june NVeek, and Commence- ment. All part of the whirligig of our life. Our four years have made us more con- fident and better prepared to live and give of ourselves. Even though we grow older and become responsible adults, we shall never altogether forget Towson. 24 Zin Memoriam He cannot come to harm, He knows more than we know His light is larighter far Than daylight here below. ROBERT BENNETT COX April 4, 1936-October 25, 1953 ..Bob,, u ROBERT EUGENE HOSTETTER . . . regular pipe smoker . . . hopcs to he a farmer. CHARLES AMOS Mouse...iay. .p g rates high . . . a good sport . . . plans to be a cabinet maker. . . . man of distinction . . . newcomer to Towson HARRIET ELIZABETH ADKINS S. G. A. Rep. 2, 3, 4g I. V. Hockey 3g 1. V. Softball 3g CALS 3. "Harry,' . . . snappy little strawberry blonde . . . lively sports enthusiast . . . aspires to be a future lawyer. " 1 li 1nd mfm with '1 encil drivin ROBERT LESTER ANDERSON .. ,, . . Bob . . . hot rods are his pastime . . . spends spare time collecting antiques . . . future mechanic. .3 .. I 'J PATRICIA ROGERS ANDREWS T. A. A. Representative 1, 2, 8, 4, V. Hockey 2, 3, G. A. L.S.3,4 "Toad,' . . . a sports ga . . likes and plays fem . . . alway re' y for a go d ng giggle . . . future in Ph s. d. 1? , '. G GE BERT ANTHONY A .S , - . al , V. Soccer4 J nj in 'oc' a ' al . . , hunting fiend q . zvfr guy L . future is a machinist. CHARLES HARVEY ARBAUGH "Bud', . . . spends his spare time hunting and lishing . . . friendly sort of a chap . . . ambition, machinist. CHARLES NOLON ARMACOST 1. V. Soccer 2, 3, V. Track 3g V. Letter Club 3, 4 "Arm', . . . interested in all existing sports . . . soccer rates highest . . . humorous fella . . . future machinist. MARY ALICE ARMIGER Cheerleader 3, 4, SIDELIGHTS 4, U. N. Y. 2, Masquers 4 A little gal with lots of pep . . . there she goes on her roller skates . . . destined to be a teacher. GEORGE EDWARD ARO, III Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, Intramurals 1, 2, 3 "Bud" . . . towers high . . . plays in dance hand . . . plans on becoming an accountant sometime in the future. i enjoys swimming mtcrcstrd in dl'lI11lllLS . . . shiny red locks . . . future career, a stewardess. X PATRICIA DOROTHY BAGDON "Pzt,'... ' ...'1i'-' aaljba JOHN PARKER BAILEY "Pirktr', Yrelt record collection cis: N 1 1 ...ga -- - 2- ...foothallan, swiunning rate high . . . future in a field of science. ELWOOD HENRY BANNISTER V. Cross Country 3, 4, 1. V. Baseball 3, Cooking Club 2 "Woodyv . . . excels in sports . . . a faithful scout and hig tease . . . hopes to he a machinist in the future. RONALD LEROY BASLER "Rolf, . . . pleasing personality . . . a real Jackie Gleason fan . . . future in constructional engineering. BARBARA LEE BASSFORD "Barh,' . . . a mania for cheeseburger' . . . always helpful and dependable . . . 'ollects stuff d a in al. JQSE T NY BAUER Intramurals 1, 2g S lub e ist Club 3 "joey . . . i rest in ' i ds ' . . . quiet and likahlc . . . dcvelo mus s hy ei U 26 ROBERT BAUERLIEN "Bob" . . . wild about stock car races . . . friendly guy . . . determined to become an automobile mechanic. HENRY' CALVIN BAXTER Projection Crew 1, 2, 3, 4, S. G. A. 1 Prominent member of DeMolay . . . teasing personality . . . enjoys fishing and hunting in leisure time. 45 ,Jig P1576 AS EQKETT f Z ,3!j,,,- Pr dit v e L " om" . . . friendly fel f. . ' ' ' ' er . . haunts the halls . . . aspire . mi lionaire. DONALD BENFER "Ben" . . . what a "crazy kid" . . . member of the Marine Reserves . . . ambition is to loaf his lite away. ROBERT STEWART BENNETT Projection Crew 2, 3, 4 Tall guy . . . tinkers with radios as a hobby . . . quiet congenial guy . . . future engineer. PHILIP WAYNE BIRCH Oh! that red convertible . . . lives for the next party . . . quite an artist . . . future salesman. RAYMOND WARD BISSELL "Ward" . . . laughing eyes and a shining personality . . . coin collector . . . a future chemical engineer. ELMER OTTO BLEY Chess Club 1, 2, Towson Drivers Club 3, 4 "Ots,' . . . really fingers the keys on his squeeze box . . . DeMolay enthusiast . . . planning to be a C. P. A. ELEANOR GERTRUDE BLUCHER Bus Council 2, 3, 45 Receptionist 2 Pleasing personality . . . quiet and attentive . . . swell friend . . . ambition is to be an advertising artist. CHARLES BODE "Charlie" . . . has a mania for hunting and camping . . . friendly guy . . . destined to become a sales manager. JAMES ALBERT BODE "Jim" . . . quiet with a sincere personality . . . winner of two citizenship awards . . . C. P. A. of tomorrow. ROBERT EDWARD BOLLINCER J. V. Soccer 3g Chemistry Club 3, Intramurals 8 "Bohn . . . a congenial fellow with a reserved manner . . . helps support those intramural teams. .fff,..vfWfW '9lZ'7"i? wwf Aw' ffif fer? i' ij IJ . 'll bk Un L .L L. JU iv? L. A . VN, 1 Me ,ffl J N' Iwi L iq!-IJ? 1 .JJL'f-:lk I vl'f'1r'i",. '15 l JEAN CLARE BORGES Argyle Club 25 SIDELIGHTS 4, Masquers 4 How those needles Hy . . . sense of humor and willing to please others . . . hopes for a modeling career. GRACE BOSLEY Short and cute . . . enjoys reading in leisure time . . . interested in music . . . plans to be a secretary. 'i' JANET LESISEVKOWMAN T. Af , if Board of Elections 3, 4, SIDELIGHTS 4 1 Speciklel -inc 1, 'th a needle . . . a sincere gal . . . enjoys lette v " g . . . determined to be a school teacher. 1 I JJ VF JACQUIE BRAKEFIELD M Receptionist4 Short and sociable . . . enjoys dancing in leisure time . . . wants to he a success in anything she attempts. CLIFFORD WEBBER BRANDT Intramurals 1, 2, 3 "Cliff,' . . . enjoys swimming . . . an honest-to-goodness clown . . . future holds an architectural position. GERALDINE FRANCES BRAUN J. V. Volleyball 3g Intramurals 2, 3, 4 "Cerri" . . . collects bowling trophies . . . a good sense of humor . . . loves that Charleston . . . future buyer. CHARLES BROWN Bancl 3, 4 "Chasi' . . . builds model airplanes . . . reads in sparc time . . . plays saxophone . . . wants to join the Navy. EDWARD BROWNING "Ed" . . . 6'2", eyes of blue . . . lean and lanky . . . gives you a quiet impression . . . tuture commercia pilot. INGRID CUDRUN BUCHAL Pretty! blue eyes and dark hair . . . enjoys operettas . . hails from Germany . . . future school teacher. EMORY BURKHARDT 'Talisman 3, 4g Board of Elections 2, 3, 4 Tall and amiable . . . Talisman feature editor . . . seen at all T. H. S. events . . . college hound. WILLIAM BURMAN "Bill', . , . enjoys horseback riding . . . hunts in spare time . , . tinkers with automobiles . . . future engineer. HARRIETTE SPILMAN BURNS V. Hockey, Basketball, Volleyball 3, 4, G. A. Secretary 3, 4 Stiff competition in any sport . . . a gold star to her credit . . . personality plus . . . nursing career. ll 1 f w SHIRLEY JEAN BUSH J. V. Softball 2, 3, Prom Committee 3, T. A. A. Repre- sentative 4 Young Life . . . pretty blonde hair . . . loves parties . . . enjoys basketball . . . future Phys. Ed. teacher. CAROL ANN CAMARATA Clzeerleazler 3, Receptionist 4 Pretty brown hair . . . lively gal . . . just lives for the next party . . . a future model or secretary. BARBARA JEAN CAMPBELL Girls Chorus 3, 4, Bus Council 4 Joh's Daughters takes up most of her spare time . . loves to swim . . . planning on a secretarial career. THERESA MAE CAMPBELL Arcliery Club 34 Girls Clzorus 3g Intramurals 2, 3 "Shorty" . . . likes horses . . . outside interests include square dancing and archery . . . future horse trainer. pfdtaj-1, . ptr s H, eedle rl Stitch 2, 3 k A " " . . . alwa s o . . . . neat dresser . . ra- ' ldals in ' . 'ating . . . short and cute. CHARLES FRANKLIN CARROLL J. V. Soccer 2g J. V. Baseball 2, 3 "jack" . . . likes cars and hunting . . . congenial with a luunorous outlook . . . plans to be a mechanic. PEGGY JOYCE CARROLL Band 3, 4, F. B. L. A. 3, 4, Bus Council 4, Intramurals -4 "Peg,' . . . a willing worker . . . helpful and generous . . . has fascinating brown eyes . . . homemaking career. CHARLES LANDERS CASSIDY 1. V. Track 25 V. Track 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4 Likes sports in general . . . leave him to his cattle . . . has an appropriate remark for every occasion. ANN BARWICK CASTATOR A Detroit gal . . . handy with a tennis racquet . . . cute with lots ot pep . . . future occupational therapist. EDWIN CAWOOD Glee Club -I "Bud" . . . handy guy with a camera . . . oil painting . . . cheerful and amiable . . . future Naval Aviator. EDWARD LEROY CHENOWETH Intramurals 3, 4 "Roy" . . . takes part in intramurals . . . winning smile . . . loves to swim . . . plans to be a contractor. SHIRLEY JANE CHENOWETII Glee Club 3, 4 "Chenny', . . . loves banana splits and convertibles . . is always laughing . . . destined to be a housewife. 'f x J S1 U., 'z Y Miva, 325 2 s is LYDIA DOROTHY CHE NOWITH F. B. L. A. 2,3,4 "Dottie'l . . . swimming and traveling rate high . . . busy filling a hope chest . . . another of our secretaries. JAMES LAWRENCE CLARK ujinfl . . . collects tropical fish . . . church groups and baseball keep him busy . . . wants to be an engineer. VIRGINIA ANN CLAYPOOI.. Masquers 2, 35 Glee Club 3, 45 Intramurals 2, 3, 4 "Ginny', . . . musicallyl in lined . . . Youth Fellowship . . . short and w ' S' - p ans to be a teacher. , 93425 at 1 pil! PATRICIA ANN CLEMENT Rene tolli v 1 " ' aver atron . . . baby doll voice . . . t ti All el'. T m c lover . . . a futu ,dress buyer. ' 1 yfflfiill 4 NANCY CAROLYN AINSWORT OC I. V. Hockey 34 G. A. L.S.3, 4gG' ls o 3 4 "Nance" . . . loves Persian c s . ' -roarin' ath Q . . . artistically inclined . . . f -al artist v FIELL Bus Council 4 3 I r Has a flair for dancing . . h dy ' h a type lriter enjoys sewing . . . d? ' ed to be secretar J WILLIAM CURTIS OLLYER Stage Crew 3g School Wide Unity Committee 3 "Curtis" . . . sincere and friendly . . , wonderful sense of humor . . . sports enthusiast . . . big pleasant smile. LINDSAY ANN COUCHMAN F. N. A. 2, 3, 4 U "Bixicl' . . . has a knack lor letterwriting . . . likes new shoes . . . plans on becoming a nurse. CAROLYN AGNES COWAN Needle and Stitch Club 3g Spanish Club 4 Adept at the sewing machine . . , ardent sports fan . . . loves working with children . . . has urge to travel. ROBERT BENNETT COX "Bob" . . . spends spare time skating . . . enjoys bowling . . . a sports enthusiast . . . hopes to be a salesman. PATRICIA COYLE S. G. A. Representative 1, 2, 3g Glec Club 4 "Patti" . . . never still a minute . . . strums the uke . . . always ready to laugh . . . one of our future nurses. BETTY CRABTREE A pleasant smile for everyone . . . appreciates art . . . wil be a future faculty member. 3. f Q EDWARD CRANSTON J. V. Soccer 2g 1. V. Basketball 35 V. Soccer, "Ned" . . . likable guy . . . hunting helps time . . . all 'roupd atl ete f . . architectural S Qslfzepresf A Itio ' Athi, nv T ' .IW-. tu r , wgt ff -A I I ROBERT W LIS CROWELL Towson Drivers' Club 2, 3 "Bob Henry" . . . gun collector . . . passion for raiding ice boxes . . . enjoys fooling around with cars. X . -' E' AVID ANKENY CROWLEY J. V. Track 3g Bus Courfeil gi Glee-Club 4 "Driven . . . enthusiastic sports folloxyer . . . enjoys archery in spare time . . . bright futurevash minister. AUDREY JANE CYPHERS G .A. Representative 3, 4g Talisman 44 Prom Com- - mittee 3 Loves taking long walks . . . always manages to have the last word . . . enjoys swimming and canoeing. SALLY MADDREN DAWSON Board of Elections 3, 4g F. N. A. 35 Receptionist 3, 4 SIDELIGHTS Business Manager . . . determined manner . . . Young Life enthusiast . . . future woman in white. DONNA JANE DEIBERT Student Court 1 Young Life booster . . . likes Beaver Springs . . . lives for parties . . . destined to become a social worker. FREDERICK ROBERT DEILY "Shirt" . . . bowling is tops . . . builds model railroads . . . would like to become a tool and die maker. WILLIAM FRANCIS DENBOW Intramurals 2J Radio Hamis Club 3 "Bill" . . . partial to all kinds of sports . . . unassuming and congenial . . . aspires to be an auto mechanic. CHARLES GORDON DENNINC Plloto Club 2 "Skip" . . . loves to cook . . . can be found at roller or ice rink in spare time . . . bookkeeper in the tuture. ROBERT EDGAR DINKER 1. V. Lacrosse 2, 3g Homeroom Representative 3g S. G. A. Representative 3 "Dink,' . . . sports enthusiast . . . very riendl . . great sense of humor . . . fishing -ind l iti . ate dgh. E. . ff 17921 I l ER DODGE Stage Crew 3 l, 177' "Plymouth" . .V,' ei - eb .on c reign oney . . . enjoys foolinffw' 'arsf . . tu st ' ' race f ff , f ,H 7 31 Z if WMA NANCY LEE DREWRY T. A. A. Representative 3g SIDELIGHTS 4g Dramatics 4g J. V. Hockey 3 "Ditty', . . . cute smile and a devilish personality . . . neat dresser . . . swell dancer . . . future gym teacher. ADELMA MAE DUNKES F. B. L. A. 3, 4 , Efficient vgal in 'n flice . . . quiet with expressive eyes an svxaat cusp ' X1 . a 'ec t' rial future. vi l A ' ' A r 'l l l R , EM DYSN .1 l . ,flak ,4gRtf' leils 4g u i3,4 Lik s t e n ' 1' .X . .nj d u . . pretty rejsl . . a' ' it' ,t e 0 secret . I 1" U I V .V NW J EAN ZANE EARLY Glee Club 4 ' K! ll ujeanieu . . . has a desire to return to Paris . . . likes swimming, skating, and skiing . . . college hound. EDWARD IOSEPH EAST Photo Club 35 SIDELIGHTS 4g Flash Card Club 4 "Big Ed" . . . always laughing . . . works on model trains . loves tennis and bowling . . . futu e engineer. fr ...Dyk-rf. Q 4 'il!?fl1VZqllAQVi 1,294.31 Q. ki L- CHRIS E ECK Kfrrlafrda 5171, 2f3g Rlflzrgss lub 2512, I -' Zi "D yu" . activ Vin, " is work .-.' i esf, -Qqglgo ,A ,Pi avidff'H' PH:-t'L1rerl1gme efogomistk v-1' -4 A 'L . ..,. A21 . im 12' 1- ' bf. V, 'C NSTANCE LOIS E MOND i ' V jf k.CZr1t2iLiEsifLM1l.s'gggtf9 1353 bi is 3, 4 d . le . . S S re ' 111 S IITIITIIII . .-IRWQYS nigga Ytt . in fqrgllllgzlrlrq crap .1 L. .fl " 19 . L' , i s flf I Q . lPATRICIlA LOUISEEEDW Dsl Y L'B0ll1'fg, of Eyctions 2,' 3g S. G. A. Representative 2, 3g ' Prf m Com 'n ttee 3 I I 'fPzft" . ', .iqives for the next dance . . . loves to eat . . . ,-Wjsports ,enthusiast . . . plans to he a school teacher. HEN C E RICK EICHLER ".'1'e' . . . ' t, hut lots of un . . . enjoys sports . . . JJ! ME a s i mingfr- igh . . . future mechanic. f A . ' Mil A ELLEN EIRING as ue , 45 F . A. 3,6 as ' enn ection . . . avid sports fan . . . enjoys dancing . . iovie goer . . . future school teacher. PATRICIA ANN ELDRIDGE S. G. A. Representative 2g M asquers 3, 4 "PatU . . . an asset to any vocal group . . . reading is a daily routine . . . plans to be a medical secretary. JAMES GEORGE EMCE V. Soccer, Baseball 2, 3, 4g J. V. Basketball 2 "Rocky . . . prominent in Towsorfs sports world . . . tall and lanky . . . future as a tool and die maker. , xx .A 'lfdegiwfb il Lul- ' xx Q iv e A 'XA--' 32 iv' X Xs- x "ls x cfk N X X yff- , , ' ff' ' MPV!!! fu y V UI of ' . M7 ' I , M we .ffm tf ,lj 2. 911, 4 K , I GS M .' Ocolat sh ikgge, lm! sperddtgql V 1 .lfrjyhff I f I' ' ' c I 'J if '-" JOHN RONALD U. N. Y. 2, Talisman 4 "Ronnie" . . . infectious smile . . . accomplished pianist . . . sense of humor . . . journalism beckons him. F. T. A. 2, 3, 4, Girls Chorus 2, 457' tg' 'Jff?,f:,g Active in Youth Fellowship work . . . enjoys swimming in leisure hours . . . plans on a career as a teacher. lv I: '.., 5 v " 5.0V'Q 11, L-sf,.,0L,. -.veg '-fsi.n LUEIWTHYWAE ,ENgORg A 1 if 1 X ,M .. t, Y' Bbalfaifilectiohs 2, 4, SLDt5IjCjgI'l1i4 srbleix 910 '1D0.tbiel'.- -. vmwiovs ' e Jlmlftv - - g H11 , .afS?i,Tt3' gfee?.f0f.1awe I' . . .- .. -. I, 1. we---I-A f' 1-1cE'RxLD'rNE-Tsy11itcIN'IA EfIK:s'c3R'f t tvfsmjgggqi 4.,, l,., if ':'-N 1-':-fvr'Ql ,.f?f1Y al' "str "Gerry", .-. a whiz with kni ting netdtlesl . . . lctive ig. f.l41H"WoYk . . .'futufe'rrIi5ioila5y'iIi Sou h Africallzf' lm- Gr-OL -u"'f'-4241 '.z'l':.1Q. ffl- ' 'S' fha r , 1- . REGINA CELESTE ENSOR 'fn' If-1 -I 'M' H AJ IO EARLE EPPERSON F. T. A. 3, 4, Masquers 2, 3, 4 "Ion . . . interested in dramatics . . . enjoys reading . . . active in Youth Fellowship . . . future school Inarm. ,.' in ' . W. 'I THEODORE WALTER l?.SdHMANN Bardid, 3, 4, S. G. A. Rep. 151. V. Truck 2 "T d" . . . dnxives a. rolling relic . . . easy to get along with . . . cartopn' specialist . . . future veterinarian. ANNA MARIE ESSEL Board of Elections 2, 3, 45 Receptionist 3, 4 "Annu . . . square dancing rates high . . . avid Hillbilly fan . . . plays the guitar, piano and accordian. EDWbQRy EES il. ' tool and die maker. V i F fill, t unt that pigskin . . . enjoys all fb ff JON WHITINC FARINHOLT Glee Club 3, 4g T. A. A. Rep. 4, V. Lacrosse 3, 4 "Noi" . . . plays a mean guitar . . . lacrosse relaxes him . . . is a math genius . . . plans on an engineering future. NANCY LEE FARMER Needle and Stitch 2, 3 "Nance" . . . yen for baby blue cadillacs . . . constantly laughing . . . never on time to class . . . future buyer. ANDRE FAUNT LE ROY "Andy" . . . an Ocean City booster . . . sports cars are a must . . . enjoys swimming and horseback riding. LJ jglffflx .1 do f" J EDM .4001 tvwpj jww AO Q, A, FLORENCE ANN FAY if-Y' "Floddy" . . . active cheerleader . . . enjoys caxiiipgugnfiitl swimming . . . Talisman . . . is a future psychologist. WANDA ELAINE FLANAGAN Peaches and cream complexion . . . likes popular music . . . enjoys dancing and swimming . . . future secretary. PETER BRUMLEY FLEMING Intramurals 1, 2, 3 "Pete" . . . likes cars and politics . . . expressive eyes . . . dependable, earnest anc sincere glly. CHARLES WILLIAM FLICHMAN III "Flash,' . . . tall and amiable . . . mechanically inclined . . . desires to have a career in civil engineering. uve!!! E, Q1 , Wifi AR S POL ' umnjfa, . lf-6' ot . . . hot rods ratc high 'ef . . ropes to an rson investigator. 'C ARENCE LOUIS SETT, Jr. Junior ass sirlen 5 S nior ss Vic sident 4 "Ja' 'I . . . rezt .nse if or . . . - ways laughing . . .. un o e wi . . ans to e a fo ,ign diplomat. , . R Exit N STER 1? mg enthusiast . . . big hearted . . . nw Musc es' also . . . plans a future in aeronautlcs. S viz, HJ Track, Soccer 3, . . W ' ' HENRY CARSON FRANK Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Operetta 2, 3, 4 "Kit" . . . basketball is his specialty.. . . friendly guy . . . man of few words . . . anxious for a music career. JANET LEE FREELAND F. B. L. A. 2g Archery Club 3g Girls Chorus 4 Loves horses . . . active in Teen Town . . . swims, draws and sings in spare time . . . future secretary. DONALD HAND FRISCH V. Lacrosse 3, 4g Sr. Class President 45 Talisman 4 "Don" . . . sports-minded fellow , . . dependable and nice looking . . . very amiable . . . future in engineering. RICHARD WATSON FRISCH Vice President S. G. A. 4g V. Lacrosse 3, 4g Class Treasurer 2 3 , "Dick" . . . active in Towson s sports world . . . big man on the campus . . . seeks work in human relations. . SHI MY IAIQIS SI1rr:L1c:uTs -Ig Board of Elec onsifg . A. E1 . ' ' f, .tgsp .' Jai. . ' V fl K l-' . , ." i orts enth . ce n ty-. of - . it . . aggylt. qT1k1IllI.5,GtllI't'I' . . .yyvank .E . ,Lv X .l' r v ,, if? v F .0 -47 'Y W ' l-I I lt ' ff , 'I' ,rf V Ari, I I V. AXFV 7 tx WM!! flfl" IL D 'iff iv 'D fr .1 .If yt A be ? ,W fit? Wwe CORA EMMA GALLOWAY l SIDELIGHTS 4g Board of Elections 2 ' Loves to cook and sew . . . avid sports fan . . . enjoys dancing . . . private secretary in the near future. BEVERLY GAIL GEORGE Smr:Lu:HTs -I .Bev . . . lives for slumber parties . . . mad for Freneh fries . . . always knitting . . , future home economist. DONALD AUGUST GERSTENBERG ftage Crew 2, 3g Archery Club 2, 3 'Donn . tall and dark with the traveling yen . . . archery tan . . . enjoys a good day's work . . . wood- working career. PHYLLIS EILEEN GETTNIAN Clzeerleruler 2, 35 Board of Elections 2, 3 "Phyl" . . . professional model . . . always knitting . . . hopes to become a kiuclergarteu teacher. JOAN HELEN CIBH S. G. A. 2, 3, 4g Glec Club 3g Talisman 4 All round personality . . . efficient and cooperatix e . . . loves to draw . . . talented Hutist . . . college hound. RICHARD LOUIS CORSUCH "Rich" . . . dream-boy . . . likes anything pertaining to ears or musie . . . career as an automotive engineer. ,IUDITH ANN COULD Argyle Club 4 . , 'Judy ' . . . short and cute . . . loves to dance . . . sports fan . . . an angelic look . . . future medical secretary. KATHLEEN DOLORES CRAEFE Kay . . . leaves you with a very favorable impression . . great pers nality . . plat s to lie a secretary. www y ' I!DdXIwCRAEF . 'I el' . ast fin fers 4 ie typewriter . . . quiet ok ill ma f uti e in secretarial work. . . V PATRICIA ANN CRAMS oard of Elections 24 Dancing Club 2 "DuckU . . . Winsome smile . . . collects jackets . . . full of vim, vigor and vitality . . . aims to he a stenographer. JOYCE ROSE GRAUEL Glee Club 3, 4g Smxucurs 4g J. V. Basketball 2 ' Inclined toward slumber parties . . . personality plus . . . avid sports fan . Young Life . . . college hound. BETTY LOU GREEN Argule Club 3g I. V. Volleyball 3 "Lou" . . . skilled typist . . . tall and attractive . , . yen for knitting . . . volleyball . . . future housewife. 35 RICHARD GRAFTON CROOM Striving for seven feet . . . intrigued with guitar . . . swimming and fishing . . . headed for the U. S. N. DAVID WILLIAM CRUPENHOFF Board of Elections 45 Clzess Club 2 "Daven . . . baseball fan . . . tinkers with model rail- roading . . . career in engineering. LINDA KERN HAFER True music lover . . . accomplished in dramatics . . . is cheerful and dependable . . . wants to be a teacher. JOSEPH GRANT HALES Photo Club 2 1'-Ioel' . . . a tall red head . . . loves to tease . . . swim- ming has great appeal . . . potential combat photographer. ALLEN WALTON HALL "Tex" . . . That Texas accent . . . quite a sense of humor . . . another green jacket . . . future architect. BETTY LEE HALL Board of Elections 2, 3g SIDELIGHTS Copy Editor 4 Accomplished seamstress . . avid sports fan . . . Young Life booster . . . plans a career as a home economist. JANET CRAWFORD HALL Class Secretary 2g Talisman 8, 4g SIDELIGHTS 4 Cute blond with lots of pep . . . sincere personality . . . collects swimming medals . . . college hound. MARCIE FRANCIS HARLOW Cafeteria Crew Ofhce Worker 3g Talisman 4 "Maggie" . . . friendly gal . . . spare time book worm . . . domestic type . . . aims to be a private secretary. RICHARD ALLEN HARLOW Prom Committee 3g Bgnd 4 "Dick', . . . among t se at Young Life . . . can be found at Beaver Springs ' e simimer . . . enjoys golf. 0 f 'la ' sf1iRLEY ANN HARMONY Art g u A Nurses hub 3, 4 . rev eniovys hockey and stock car races . . . ion-o wit and humor . .' . future nurse. X t , ROSEMA'RY'IS'ABEL HARTZELL SIDELIGPLTS 4g Girls Chorus 4 "RoH!ec" ,,, . mania for chocolate milk shakes . . . gal with pensonqlity plus . . . future medical secretary. BARBARA MARY HASSINGER Dramatics 3, 4 "Pinkie', . . . shining personality . . . loyal to New York . . . avid Yma Sumac fan . . . wants to be a school marm. ,X wil , A i W JAMES LEROY HAWK V. Truck 2, 35 V. Cross Country 2, 3, 45 Stage Crew 2, 3 "Jimniy,' . . . track and eross country star . . . tall amd nice looking . . . wants to he a millionaire. MARTHA ANN HAYES F. B. L. A. 2, 3,4 "Martyn . . . enjoys sports . . . always smiling . . . Roller Derby enthusiast . . . future secretary. ,,j AQLACIE 39 VJ ,J "' , " .Vi ll ' FAY HEACOCK , f if ' f .-4- ' F.B.L.A.3,4 1'- Appealing personality V. .fligltixae with ehureh Work 5 7 President of F. B. LIA .... aims to he a secretary. 1 . ,f HAHA C IIFLG ' Rcprr SL ffrlfyllgfyll ' l 'iori 9'-li' I rw JOHN EDGAR HENSCHEN J. V. Soccer 25 V. Soccer 3g Glee Clulz 3 Participates in most sports . , . a supporter of Young Life . . . aspires to he a general or a statesman. HERBERT PETEII IIESS Class Presillenf I, 2g V. Lacrosse 34 G. A. President 4 "Herb" . . . participates in sports . . . has a great sense of humor . . . aspires to he a future engineer. JOAN LUCILLE HETT Neeclle mul Stitch Clulz 3 "Butch" . . . easy to know . . . thrives at the roller rink . . . amhition is to be a et nptonieter operator. ,J nz. ff . lf' , J 5 E X EODORE HILL, jr. Musqucls 9 Dru: 1 Lv' V -f s 1 'X ics s apo Uxfolay lf. , A ,gi , If ' . iimayalf . . .' 1 li . . en tht act . 1 iusiness. GEORGE CARROLL HILL "Carroll" . . . sports ears his specialty . . . easy going manner . . . future as a big business man. JAMES V. HIMES "Jimmie" . . . nice fellow . . . individualist . . 1. ear fiend . . . howling . . . future' family man with lots of kids. 'X X JOHN ALBERT PHODGES Machine Sliop Club A' ' "Buz" 5 . . sports enthusiast . . quiet and reserved . . . ' ' enjoys weight lifting . . .expects to he a machinist. - 'I CAROL VIRGINIA IIOCARTH S. G. A. Representative 2, 34 Spanish Club 4 Idle hour seamstress . . . interested in drawing as a hohhy . . . destined to heeonie a nurse. . f 2 Z1 ,-3, ll ect -, , I 4 37 I f V. 1 arie . . dl tc-ccmiipw nusieiai ,ff . a :moyer o KX Young L . f 'e If ly ga . :tit for sun - .:' NORMA INCA HOIBHOTEN SIDELIGHTS 45 F. T. A. 3, 4g Operetta 3 Handy with the palette . . . enjoys swimming and skating . . . friendly and helpful . . . a future school teacher. l RUTH WINIFRED HOUSE V. Hoclce 2, 3, 4g V. Softball , 4 "Winnie'6 , . 1 l ' en Towson's teams . . . plays Mwi t on fl 1 e .1 , . future chemist. i NM -l ' if JMM . EVE Y lJE o RD V A - M I 1 213,45 Iutrrm mls1,2 ev' . . . talented organist . . . mainstay of Towson's musi al world . . . another woman in white. ,Milf MARVIN CURTIS HOWELL V l " 'lr . . appiest with a guitar, banjo, or fiddle . . . XXVJJ., J 'L eerful ersonality . . . future musician. PATRICIA DEE HOWELL Chief Justice Student Court 4g Talisman 3, 4 "Trisha" . . . Senior Class Secretary . . . spends summers at Beaver Springs . . . captivating personality. JAMES DOUGLAS HRUSKA Masquers Sq Dramatics 2g Band 2 ujameyi' . . . likable fellow . . . loves horses . . . at ease behind the footlights . . . has a musical leaning. VENETTA ELISE HUFF Girls Chorus 4 "Net" . . . partial to a classical music style . . . has a collection of figurines . . . expects to teach music. JOHN CHANDLER HUME J. V. Lacrosse 25 Drumatics 2 "jack" . . . partial to the wild outdoors . . . mad about the guitar . . . dry humor . . . future in forest service. HARRY GORDON HURLBRINK, lr. Chemistry Club 3g Cooking Club 2 "Gordie" . . . full of humor . . . nothing beats swimming . . . well liked hy all . . . a future in business. BARBARA RUTLEDCE HUTH "Barbyi' . . . piano wizard . . . a friend fo all . . . those wild parties . . . looking forward to teaching music. I t CHARLES IMHOFF "Bucky" . . . likes the water for swimming and fishing . . . likes horses . . . ambition is to be a mi lionaire. V. JUDITH DIANE JACKSON Girls Chorus 3g Argyle Club 4 "j'iidy" . . . a football fan . . . is neat in appearance . . . well liked by all . . . always knitting argyles. .U 1 , MARYETTA JAMACK Masquers 2, 3, 44 Dramatics 2, 3 "Mare" . . . avid sports enthusiast . . . likes dancing , . . a pal to everyone . . . sees a future as a secretary. BETTY LOU JE ' 'IN' Girls Cborus 4, Needle and Stitch Ig Glqf C I 2 A "Boots" . . . happy-go-lucky personalit, . . nufsil- if r . . . cuts a mean figure eight . . . futu e upixres . V ' ' f 1 1 ISABEL TEMPLE IENKINS J Simsuonrs 4' F. T. A. 2 3 4 cl u , . T T . . . A ' Temple . . . quiet . . . a winning smile . . . s .' 1 . . . smart dresser . . . il future nurse or secretary. CHESTER KENNETH JERMAIN Hand 2, 3 Has a green thumb . . . loves imisic and more music . . . ineinher of a show hand . . . plans to he a tool maker. THOMAS HALL JESSOP V. Soccer' 2, 3, -1, J. V. Basketball 3g Varsity Club 3, 4 "Jess" . . . good natured guy who's lots of fun . . . real hoost to the soccer team . . . future sawlxones. "X NAFIJALIE ANN JENYE'l1Q't Simzi.ic:H'i'sxS0t'letary flgyqllglfluill 3, 45 adminton 3, "'Nan" . .v. friend to all . . .xcute asia uttoy rfri . on of - the sahdtlle gals .,.i.'lia's quite ,au llrtistic tgiueli. 0 ' x 'T 1 A k CAKOLYN MAE JONES Spanish Club 45 Prom Invitation Committee 3 5 ' ' A mania for concocting culinary congloinerations . . . hopes to hecolne a nurse or fashion designer. CLENA HELEN JONES Talisman 3. 4 Loves Young Life . . . has a sparkling personality . . lives for horses . . . future as a riding instructor. LESLIE ELEANOH JONES V. Volley Hall 34 Masquers 2, 3, Intramurals 2, 3 "Les,' . . . active in dramatics . . . always full of pep . . . a pleasant outlook on life . . . is coll lge hound. NS' A ARA " k r A zrus - iestra rom Cc ee 3 "Bc ' . . moi ' 1 .' 1 c ine . . . dancing ' ops n of th s a . . . future home lake ROBERT WAYNE KAMPS V. Lacrosse 3, 4, Debating Club 3, Clzemistry Club 3 "Bob" . . . a neat resser . , . avid lacrosse enthusiast . . . activ 'n viola . . . future in the business world. AA Q 5 MARGARET ANN KAPPEL O Lntrar r SAF. B. L.A.2 . . baseball fan . . . likes hillbilly inusida . . a i fc -veryone , . . hopes to he a secretarv, ' Q W X MIX 'l .il li T N A ' Will' WN . . 435' . 0 ax GL ,Nl X ef 1 YtJ'yqJl!' X lil 1 ll Q 'N MARY ANN KECK Intramurals 1, 2g Operetta 3g Bus Council 4 "Mare" . . . coy and cute . . . blushes easily . . . witty and easy going . . . loves to dance . . . a future secretary. FREIDA MAY KEISTER V. Hockey 2, 3, Basketball 35 V. Softball 3, 4 "Fritz" . . . earned her gold star . . . sports-minded gal . . . plans on being a physical education teacher. NANCY MARY KIBBE Boarcl of Elections 1, 2, 3, 4 "Nance" . . . found at Beaver Springs . . . party goer . . . Young Life enthusiast Q. . . future school teacher. MICHAEL W. KILCHENSTEIN Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Projection Crew 2, 3, 4 "Mickey" . . . strums a guitar . . . loves all sports, but swimming is tops . .Qloyal to the projection crew. if f C Q, 9, .9 a C af? 'TD K-7 , . A J IQLLROY S1 rcnlrics-1? off U isman 3 4 y 1es,Eifth es 1 ex er on the 0 .9393 ' -ji UP 4? -YC, st , .L 5 . . . - ' ' g ' . . ' g MWKl' . . .' areeflizgy diplomatic corps. Cdlfg- . gx GEORGE KING Projection Crew 3 "Kingsize,' . . . loves to ride in speed boats and make models of them . . . mechanic in the near future. ROBERT ANDREW KING T. A. A. 3, 4, Cross Country 3, 4g Photography Club 2, 3 4 "Bohn . . . working man . . . interested in photography . . . enjoys swimming and boating . . . future engineer. SHIRLEY ETHEL KING F. B. L. A. 2, 3, 44 Glee Club 2, 3, 4 "Shirl" . . . great singing voice . . . riding enthusiast . . . individualistic personality . . . future secretary. MARY ANN KINARD Bus Council 45 Needle and Stitclz 2 Likes hillbilly music . . . enjoys dancing . . . plays a hot guitar . . . a future secretary or housewife. EDITH KNEFELY Dramatics Club 2, Girls Chorus 4 "Edie" . . . easy going gal . . . loves to knit argyles . . . enjoys ice skating . . . bright future as a nurse. DOLORES MARY KONSCHELLA F. T. A. 2, 3, 4, Girls Clzorus 4 "Doe, Doev . . . interested in music . . . enjoys traveling . . . wants to drive a car . . . future as a teacher. JOHN RODGER KRAUSE "RodgeU . . . likes to hunt . . . just lives for each day . . . quiet and calm . . . a future mechanical engineer. CAROLYN ELAINE KRUMM Dancin Club2 3 S , niet and reserved . . . lives for dances and parties . . . li es sport cars . . . a future as a legal secretary. BARBARA ANN KU RTH Board of Elections 3, 4g SIDELIGHTS 4g Glee Club 4 "Barb" . . . short and friendly . . . music fan . . . enjoys painting in her spare time. CAROL ANNE LAMBRECHT Glee Club 2, 8, 4 Quite a Songbird . . . plays the piano . . . likes to be with people . . . aspges to byan airline hostess. 9.0 s A J 5... 5 , .J ,J LESLIE ANN LANG PV. Valley .ll 25 J.,V1Baslcetball 2 1 . . . . ms for Casey, akers . . . avid sports ian . . quielsfal vsfth a frie personality. . -- , g 5,1 ' . L GEORGIA LEE LANGENFELDER "George" . . . Ocean City beachcomber . . . found at many a party . . . finally got that license . . . loves jazz. HOWARD THOMAS LEAGUE Sliderule Club 3, 4 "HowieD . . . friendly guy . . . interested in machines . . . part time greasemonkey . . . future architect. CAROL JEAN LEITZE S. G. A. Representative 1, 2g Board of Elections 1, 25 SuJEL1om's 4 Participates in school organizations . . , likes sports . . . enjoys dancing . . . future secretary or housewife. HARRY BENJAMIN LENTZ Projection Crew 1, 25 Glee Club 2, 3 "Benge" . . . likes movies, baseball and stock car races . . . 1940 Chrysler . . . future in television work. CHARLES STEPHEN LEWIS S. G. A. Representative Ig Bachelors 2g Intramurals 1,2,-3,4 "Steve" . . . sports lover . . . enjoys working around machines . . . seeks career as architect or salesman. CLAYTON WILSON LEWIS J. V. Baseball 2, 34 Talisman 4g S. G. A. Representative 4 "Clay" . . . a natural orator . . . likes to swim and hunt . . . a real brain . . . a future in medicine. JOAN VIOLET LEWIS F. B. L. A. 2, 3, 451. V. Volleyball 2 "Joanie" . . . has the Wanderlust . . . enjoys swimming . . . sings in the mixed chorus . . . potential secretary. RICHARD WILLARD LINFIELD V. Track 3, 4j Talisman 45 SIDELIGHTS 4 "Dick', . . . collects road signs . . . quite a cartoonist . . . Young Life booster . . . wants to be a photographer. JAMES GORDON LINTON Masquers 25 T. A. A. Representative -3, SIDELIGHTS Copy Editor 4 . "jim" . . . can bc found at Young Life . . . working man . . . sense of humor . . . future in the business world. XVILLIAM CLUNET LITSINCEH jr. V. Lacros.s'c -3: T. A. A. Representative 4, Masquers 2, 3, 4 "Bill" . . . interested in all sports . , . jazz music fan . . . great guy . . . University of Virginia bound. CHRISTINE SARAH LIVINGSTON T. A. A. Representative l, 2, 35 Prom Committee 3 "Chris" . . . Secretarv of the T. A. A .... takes to the water . . . cool, calm, and collected . . . unclecidecl future. I NIARGUEHITE ROXANNA LOCKERMAN T. A. A. Representative 1, V. Softball 2, 3, 44 Glee Club 2, 3, 4 Maggie . . . smiling brown eyes . . . a Jenny Lind voice . . . lively and vivacious . . . helps boost T. H S. teams. ' JEAN MARIE LUCKABAUCH I. V. Hockey 3: J. V. Basketball 3, V. Softball 3 "Lucky" . . . stren thens Towson's teams . . . hard worker . . . intent on timing a position in mathematics. . Q ' BETTY IANE' LYMBERC Bus Council 2: Office WorkelQ3, SmELlf:HTs 4 ' Loves knitting . . . dancing rates high . . . cute blonde . . . full of fun . . . plans a future as a secretary. JOSEPH TOLAN D LYMBEHG Sports fan . . . member of the Naval Heserx cs . . . stamp collector . . . enjoys traveling . . . seeks naval career. ELAINE MARGARET BIACHESNEY Intramurals 1, 2, 34 Glee Club 2, 3, 4 "Mac" . , . active in T. H. S.'s operatic scenes . . . Veep ot Towson Teen Center . . . hopes to become a secretary. CARY LEE MADDOX Loves those hot rolls . . . part time working man . . . looking forward to becoming a mechanic. WILMA JOAN MAIBERC Sioununrs 4, Argyle Club 3, Dancing Club 2 "Joan" . . . at home on the roller rink or dance floor . . . expert knitter . . . quiet and calm . . . stylish dresser. CLARICE GERTR UDE MALES Bus Council 3, 4g Needle and Stitch 3 "Petie" . . . ice skating fiend . . . collects small dolls . . . quiet . . . cleterminecl for a future as a secretary. DONALD K. BIANNINC "Don" . . . a whiz on ice skates . . . pleasing manner . . . crazy about botany . . . wants a future as a florist. . g C Y 1' XJ . X 1 l l Yr flxlyv N I xx l N Nil QT Q' it 1 J ' 'A' xx N' X 'Y t T l ' l , N Y ,five N 1 ,gs , i ' t I0 If niet a 1 'n e' and Ill i- . . . takes dump it es . . . as 'res to h cm . eretary. JAMES DMAN MATTHENVS V. Saever 2, 3, 4, V. Baseball 2, 3, 4 "jim" . . . T. A. A. president . . . natural leadership ahility . . . athletieally inclined , . . yens to become a lawyer. DOUGLAS JAMES MAY J.V. Baseball 2, 3 "Doug" . , . enjoys all sports . , . interested in any ear . . . happy-go-lucky . . . plans Jo enter the ministry. ,f y f J Jed! J E mtifapjiil Mt-Arlen F. B. L. JQ!f-14 Vo 5 Azlqffjk mras 4 "Inky" . . . enum! ' 1 g p na s . . . ft'llSllt?N'llIl- 1ni11g ariiilmrscjmok ' ' . . . tl fllfllI'l',KfCl2jQ8 ,. ' A ,ff I ,ff 1 JANE MARLENE BleDERMOT'l' Needle anrlStitcl1 2, 3, 4, Has Council 4 ujayj' . . . a whiz at the organ and piano . . . quiet gal . . . tnture eonnnereial secretary or a Navy XVave. HUGH FRANKLIN MCKENNA, Jr. V. Track 3, 4, V. Cross Country 3, 45 S. G. A. Repre- sentative 3 Full of pep and vigor . . . toncl of sports, especially Cross Country . . . seeks future as niedieal cloetor. GENE THOMAS NleKENZlE V. Lacrosse 2, 3. 44 Varsity Club 3, -I ulNl2lCu . . . one of Towson's high scoring SllL'lilllCll . . . wiz at lnath . . . rather quiet . . . tuture in engineering. NVILLIAM THOMAS MeMAHON "Toni" . . . llll'Clltl.lllCilllV inelinell . . . likes all kinds of sports . . . seeks a future as at l'0IlllIl0I'L'lill artist. my gg W.. , 6 ' . sAMUEL c:1.1vros sit-viii' 5 I fx Boys Qlxorus 2, 3. 4, Glee Club 3, 4, L . gi. I ' '4 ' f . 1' 'an S1111 outstandnig llllhlkdl ahihtv ilu org :mtl pi1l11o.. . .Aplans to erash the husiness X5'tlT ALAN PAXTUN MEDINGEH Masquers 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3 Al . . . likable . . . has a traveling urge . . . Iowsons B1ll'I'y'lll0l'0 . . . plans to he an industrial engineer. LOIS lNlEHCl'lAN'l' Talisman 3, 4, S1n1:1.1c:11'rs Photography Editor 4 A finger in every pie . . . extremely active in St-outs . . Teen Town president . . . tuture housewife. ' MERRILL ANTHONY smssiczs. J1- smgdtx 5 Like t vvel' . . intern t cl in scouting . . , makes a hc l gay angbplioto phy . . . hopes to he a doctor ll all ,J A, X . 1 , 1 JN ,1 l X 43 in K ,W I . l JOHN VERNON JOSEPH METTEE "Vernon,' . . . crazy about hot rods . . . dark wavy hair . . . friendly guy . . . plans on becoming a machinist. CHARLES JOSEPH HENRY MEYER Sports Club 2g Intramurals I, 2, 3g J. V. Track 2, 3 "Sonny" . . . weight lifting fan . . . runs track and cross country . . . active in K. of C. . . physical therapist. 5 0 9 s FRA BS ELLEN.M1LI,g3 ' ' , .ggi ouncil g'N'!2'edE0ud Sltcli Club 2,52 "S . ranngf . . . quiet, yet pleasing nimner . . . interested in"!2rious arts arid sports . . . snags in mixed chorus. LARRY LEE MILLER Weightlifting is his hohhy . . . sports enthusiast . . . dancing comes easily . . . future niechanical engineer. V' U , 1 NANCY Jaw MILLER Argyle-6111113 X "Ginger', . . . enjoys swimming and dancing in leisure , Dime always Iknitgng :Qrgyles . . . short and lively. ...' 1 I , I ' SHIRLEY LEE MINCH "Minchy,' . . . dancing rates high , . . collects all types of pennants . . . sees future in the field of nursing. HERBERT MOORE "Dinty,' . . . sports minded . . . likahle guy hoth in looks and in manner . . . wants a future as a professor. SONJA OLIVIA MORTENSON Sin:-:Llc:H'rs 4g G. A. lg DTlll1llltlC.S'2 "Sonnie" . . . likes to dance and swim . . . hopes to travel . . . a whiz at knitting . . . future secretary. RICHARD HOBSON MOTHERSHEAD Chess Clull 2 "Dickv . . . likes model airplanes . . . plays a good game of chess . . . future in electrical engineering, INIARGARET NANCY NIUSTERMAN Glee Club 2g Cl1eerleucler3, 4g Student Court 4 "Peggy', . . . full of personality and hrains . . . shows initiative . . . oodles of pep . . . an uncertain future. LORENA ELISE MYERS SlnE1.1c:u1's 45 Glee Clul1 2, 34 Ulcelele Club 3 "Rene" . . . neat dresser . . . haunts Beaver Springs . . . a yen for small cars . . . future medical tcclmician. JOSEPHINE MAY NASH "Jon . . . personality plu . . liked hy all who know her . , . collects knick kn'1 ' . . . future woman in white. F fy fi N RV 1 'Xl V N khfjwo . fr ' qgtfw' f Bef" t,lfD A V 44 . N 'Tr' QSvi5ilJt,,v 'xl fe 'N ANTHONY PETE NATALE .. . ,, . No-tail . . . one of our maroon and white runners . . . enjoys mathematics . . . sees a career in engineering. PATRICIA RUTH NEALE "Pat" . spends her time under sail . . . loyal to the Sen mr outs . . . a future kindergarten teacher. ELSON isecraeks . . . an undecided future. JOAN LEE NENGEL Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Masquers 35 Operettu 2, 3 "Jamie" . . . an asset to Towsonis operettas . . . roller skating . . . loves to jitterbug , . . future secretary. 9 O 'ohh . . short and dark . . . sports enthusiast . . tty RICHARD FRANCIS NEWKIRK V. Cross Country -3, 4g V. Basketlmll 3, 4 "Dia-ki' . . . another Young Life regular . . . knows a joke for every occasion . . . terrific athlete . . . engineer. MACULLIN NINGARD "Mat", . . . enjoys working with machinery . . . avid sports enthusiast . . . a future in Big League Baseball. DONALD RAY NOE "Don" . . . enjoys science fiction hooks . . . avid cinema fan in leisure hours . . . seeks a business career. CARLTON GENE NOPPER Won many an art award . . . adept at model making . . . likes to read . . . future commercial artist. ANNA VIRGINIA NORRIS "Ginny" . . . can usually he found at Teen Center . . . a whiz at sewing . . . future secretary or office clerk. RICHARD 0'BRIEN J. V. Lacrosse 8g Talisman 3, 4g Student Court 2, 3, 4 "O.B." . . . hooster of Young Life . . . life of any party . . . lacrosse rates highest . . future lawyer ELLEN LOUISE OOSTERLING 'I'alisnum Editor in Chief 4g T. A, A. 'Treasurer 4 "Elly Lou" . . . an athletic girl with a gold star to her credit . . . vivaeious with personality plus. LYNN ORSCHIEDT "Orch,' . . . loves to dance and swim . . . ardent sports fan . . . whiz with knitting needles . . . future nurse. RICHARD EDMUNDS ORVILLE J. V. L1u.'ro.s-se -3, 44 Senior Class Treasurer "Dick" . . . short hut mighty . . . promincnt in Towson's sports . . . plans graduate work in field ot physics. PATRICK COYLE PALMORE Talisman 4 A "Pat" . . . plays a good game of billiards . . . scnsc ot humor . , . likes tojzaad .1 . a futnrc Blackstonc. I1-" r I' I" If - ' L ... , v ' I JAM? E 'A-RRISH ". S all ' us Council 2 K ,ate d tick. . . likes dancing and ice skating . . tllul' a pads tai.-.s. plans a future as a secretary. 1, ' JL . vs 1 ,it , If 1 -1 y ,, F, F' 2,1 '. PATRICIA ANN PASSMAN Q . t",,.A. . llllllinlllf Nax y fan . . . happy while dancing 11:1 . yinsists on Occ-an City . . . a sccrctary in tht- futnrc. A. xslt. RAY HAROLD PATSCHKE Glee Clulz 45 Spanish Club 4 "I'atches,' . . . another tropical fish fiend . . . has won many honors for his outstanding pianistic ability. KENNETH PAUL PATTERSON S. G. A. Representative 2g Bachelors Club 2 "Ken" . . . an easy going guy with personality plus . . . Young Life President . . . scc: a futurc in ministry. .W A ,O VJ . Clu , 'Bo - wr 3g11 'am r A "An 'I . . ' 1 ntiol orker T. H. S. m ' . . I an nies . . . tl cn ianist. Mx LW MARGARET ANN PFEIFFER An accomplished sewer , . . attractive drcsscr . . . adores pizza pit f... has set her goal to hccomv a scnretary. JAMES PLAINE "Skinny" . . . avid hoostcr of that good old mountain music . . . sees his future' as a mechanic. DOROTHY PRICE "Dottie" . . . sports arc a highlifht . . . plays both the piano and organ . . . a futurc n dical scc etary. 1 if f - - G ' 1 N Y fi RI N ,XIJ ICE - " U . wh z oni 'e s '1 s . . . spcn ' her 'pa c time 1 sew gilmgw. Q flhie. ivate secretaslck i X I BETTY LOU PRITCHARD "Lou" . . . interests include swimming and art . . . always lcaving something somcwhcrc . . . he-adcd tor coll:-gc. Lis'- BJ-EJB ,Q-us m- sary. LINVVOOD PU RYEAR "Lyn" . . . competent tratk star . . . what a tease . . . goes for golf and tennis . . . Ocean City supporter. NANCY YVINIFRED QUICLEY 'fQuig" . . . artistic . . . enjoys classical piano music . . . future in translating or iOlll'l1llliSIll. A all , i'. HE IZ p:1,vr,AN" s ' ' '-' J-0811.9 Counci'l?p,4q 11.1151 ' ccptionfi .1 Pla ' ano andgig . . . ' gal . . cnjovs ant-ing , . !!!M,M t'nfc . . nga! o ln-coupe ir sec ' ' f 1' 'S Plc up! J ZA! v RONALD RIDCELY RAlRlCll J. V. Cross ,ountry 2: V. Tr1u'k 3: J, V. 'I'rur'k 3 "Ridge" . . . likable guy . . . partial to Ocean City . . . always lu-eps you laughing . . . cross country booster. MARTHA L0l,llSlf.,QtANljIX Q ' , qi' 4 . Z J. 'VL Baskietbalfi Ftudcnt Court RUjIl'UACllllllll' ' -3 ' "Martff" . . . a mootlietlfon sclnethhfg to isuncli .'. calm yet enfliusiastidmanner ,4 . ax id fan of all sports. . B ,v rf -'Q g RLCHARD NEIL RAUSCH Intramurals 2, 3g Clu'mis!ry Club 3 "Dick" . . . partial to Michigan . . . niisehiexous eyes . . . likes to hunt and swim . . . wants to he a voologist. RICHARD SUNDERLAND REILLY 1. V. Soccer 2g Laboratory Assistant 3 "Professor" . . . has the wanderlust . . . xery composed . . . interested in wrestling . . . future in medicine. MELVIN EDXVARD RHOTEN V. Basketball 3, 4. V. Letlcr Club 3, 4 "Mel" . . . happy-go-lucliy guy . . . loves to clown . . . one of Towson's star cagcrs , . . XVliai a inonologistl FDWARD RICHARDSON "Ncd', . . . loves sulnnarine sandwiches and hot rods . . . desires Vice Presidem-5' of Richardson Stationery. JAMES PERCY RICHARDSON, Jr. 'ntrumurals 1, 2 "jim" . . . interested in wild life . . . actions speak louder than words . . . future in agriculture. ROBERT VVILLIAM RICHTER I. V. Soccer 2g T. A. A. Representutice 4g Musquers 2 "Fuzz'i . . . fnll of pep . . . sports rate high . . . a future bachelor . . . cheerful . . . wants to he an engineer. BETTY LOU RILEY J. V. Volleyball 2, 3g G. A. L. 3 Possesses llllSL'llil'XOllS grin . . . fond of swinuning . . . likes lmadminton . . . hopes to he a Phys. Ed. Teacher. IOIIN THOMAS RILEY Bacllelors 2, 3 "Toni, . . . tond of ugrcen stuft i . . . quiet, even nature . . . loves to eat . . . tuture automotive designer. ROBERT ROYAL RINGROSE, jr. "Bohn . . . hasehall fiend . . . rather reserved . . . outdoor guy who likes camping trips . . . tuture in pharmacy. KARL RIPPELMEYER V. Soccer 2, 3, 4, V. Lacrosse 2, 3, T. A. A. Representa- tice l , 2, 3, 4 "Rip,' . . . Towson's leading athlete . . . can he found at Young Life . . . naturally plans to he an athletic coach. BARBARA GENE RITCHIE SIIJELIGHTS 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 45 F. N. A. 3 Genial personality . . . rosy cheeks . . . cooking expert . . . hopes to become a kindergarten teacher. JOHN LESTER RITTER, Jr. V. Soccer 3, 4, I. V. Lacrosse 2, T. A. A. Representative 2, 3, 4 Likes all sports . . . plays soccer and lacrosse . . . apt in Spanish . . . would like to become an interpreter. RUTH LOUISE ROBERTS Short, good-natured . . . has a pleasant voice . . . likes hillhilly music . . . working for a secretarial career. A Q MARY LOUISE JROCKETT A "Rocket', . . . bundle of energy . . . music and hasketball rate high . . . has chosen a futurei in commercial art. l ' PHYLLIS ANN ROSSO Receptionist 25 Dancing Club 2 "Chick" . . . congenial . . . mirthful and peppy . . . enjoys horseback riding and cooking . . . future secretary. ROBERT WALTER ROWLANDS V. Soccer 2, 3, 4g V. BaseI1alI3,'4 "Bohn . . . likes aqua activities at Stonelcigh Pool . , . sports and hasehall EZ! . engineerin flltE.lI'8,- ,I I f' IV' l 4-U! HQMA JEQOME R ist' s 32 "Rube" . KT. is ' ways they ite of the party . . . sports enthusiast . . . good looking If with a quiet manner. UWA JOHN JOSEPH RUPPERSBERGER Intramurals I, Chemistry Club 3, 4 "Rupp',w. . . always has a witty remark ready . . . a very likable tcllow . . . a tnture in rcscarch chemistry. PEGGY IOANN RUSHING "Peg', . . . enjoys swimming and roller skating . . . loves to dance . . . dreams of becoming a secretary. 2..f rv. BETTY JANE RUSSELL Receptionist 2, 3 Can be found jumping the waxes during the summer months . . . music fan . . . hopes to become a secretary. CHARLES WILLIAM RUZICKA "Chuck" . . . xery fond of sports . . . especially swimming . . . fascinated with cars . . . future civil engineer. SANIUEL DAVIES SADTLER, V. Lacrosse 3, 4, V. Letter Club 4 "Sam" . . . Towson stiekman . . . sly grin . . . those Bermuda shorts . . . "Sir, at Gilman" . . . electrical engineer. CHARLES ROBERT SALMON .l. V. Basketball 3g J. V. Baseball 3, Camera Club 3 "Bohn . . . a living doll, husky and good looking . . . camera hug . . . sports man . . . nice guy . . . future in civil engineering. ALF J CARL SAUERBREY "lysed " . . . fond of swimming . . . heliex cs cxperienu ifjth SUL'tlL'l1 . a future in business. ' , Pl' vi y hi MIA gill N nys SCHAFER 5 . T A C , Sha. " . , ,li 1: a t 'el, . JCI' .' ' 'tii g 1 ia u l . l iturx' e 'mei l f stil m -achcr. Kaklggi 1 Bsnitlfl... MARY ELIZAB TH SCHISSLER Clee Club 2, 3, -lg SIDELICHTS 4 "Maryheth" . . . swims like a fish . . . loxes to cook . . . dreams of teaching kindergarten in the future. LOIS ELAINE SCHMIDT Cooking Club 2, Argyle Club 35 Receptionist 3, 4 "Lowie" . . . enjoys cooking and sewing . . . spends time horseback riding , . . will make a 'eute secretary. f 4 lv 'TJ 1 If lr ' suzANNE SCHMIDT ', XQ if A CQ T. A. A. Representative 2, 4 ' M , I VX! 7 "Siren . . . takes like a duck tq wa . .,. 'z wit f he I wit. 1' r w argyles . . . 4-H memlmer . . . Future f-xecutix et-cretaly. K'ilouN isitifgii sCi,1NEl51yiAN'l ' In amura 3- Cliess Club 2 . 1 D! , . l 1 . ' . lr SL ee . .'rather quiet . . hkes tovgo holtvng a I 1 - ' ' Ju mlic Accountanti ', . 4 r. " - U nd no ng., ut 1 l tl X I 'K . r 1 , y W ' it A EI Q3 A r it lu 4 n u h pro lon are xx Joxs quiet, hut has his ' 0 n ' 1 . . A i ' l m 3 . . a uture in clerical work. JANE CARNER SEIM Intraniurals I: Masquers 2: Talisman 3, 4 "junio" . . . already a professional model . . . loves to dance . . . enjoys ice skating . . . plans to he a model BMV o we 9 9-wbfVo-m 5le.r,Qff- Pwr amd 1 Qaida if ,gif We IWW THOMAS EVERETT SHAMBERCER "Tom,' . . . wrapped up in motorcycles and hot rods . . . loves to fix things . , . wants to own a speed shop. 1 P " , L1 ' ,F ' I I .L-fll,fQc'fi H' QNIQI SHANAHAN- F. B. A 2jARecef1fiorlg5+4 nl L,-"' fi, I wi an . n - r - ,A . . , gre A, u uldgnph 'hoipd enjoys iohes and firrillleyslciisugg-f,'.iLhQQ Y, bthrmiiilpizil 1 M LI' I I I' I A A 4 ISL'-w-I 7' lu.: 1 t. My-I ' ,LI K WILLIAM SHAPROVV f. . , Q 4 w al ' 'bhapl' . . . a real gamcsman in the true sense ot the word . . . enjoys cars . . . distinguishing red hair. CAROL ANNE SHEATS Argyle Club 3 tl Contagious'amiable nature . . . winsoine smile . . . shows horses as a hobby . . . dreams of a nursing career. " EDITH SHECKELLS I Intrzmzuruls Ig Board of Iileetirms 2, 3, F. B. L. A. 3, 4 "EdClie,' . . . loyal member of Iob,s Daughters . . . capable seamstress . . . a pal to prize . . . a tuture secretary. THOMAS BERNARD SHETTLE V. Lacrosse -3 "Tom" . . . spends leisure time weight lifting . . . lox cs a party . . . has aspirations of becoming a sawbones. ,IAMES SHINNICK Mixed Chorus 2, 3 "Merrill" . . . a horse racing enthusiast . . . enjoys all kinds ot water sports . . . plans to be a bay pilot. JOHN HOWARD SHOCK Projection Crew 1, 2, 3, 4, S. G. A. Representative 2 Likes to travel . . . avid Young Liter . . . interested in civil defense . . . a future in the science field. PATRICIA ANN SMICK Bus Cmmcil 2, 3, 45 lntmmuruls I "Pat" . . . loyal to the army . . . likes baseball and basketball . . . likes cheese sandwiches , . . tuture house- wife. AUCUSTUS WILLIAM SMITH "Gus" . . . enjoys sports . . . interested in photography . . . loves to work in ca "s . . . future auto lIll IIL'. eww fr fe , i . ' Jw-6 Z .fc 07 BARBARA LYN SMITH ,c 4 at 9 . el G. A. Treasurer 3, 4, Talisman News Editrjf 1,4-j "Smitty" . . . crazy about artichokes and pome rantes . . . likable gal . . . tuturc medical secretary. DAVID BASFOHD SMITH "Davc',L. . . mad about flying and sailing . . . likes life . . . a future aeronautical designer. X' -4 , -f. 1' ' ' so L . 7 .1 , Z!,fj4,4Af . , , - I f 'I V, Y -If M 59, ,if I fmfnflf lfi,,c,o2f"'ff4'y4 f ' ue V.-,ffl ' "T V 04 " 1 A 't,,UlJfff' Wefr-1-v 1 I M,,.wffw In IRA TED SMITH Bus Council 2, 8, 4 V "Ted,' . . . a real baseball tan . . . enjoys all sports . . . likes farm work . . . future pilot or electrician. MILDHED JOHANNA SMITH T. A. A. Representative 2, 3g J. V. Hockey 2, 3g J. V. Softball 2, 3 "Milly" . . . full of energy . . . enjoys ice skating and horseback riding . . . future in chemistry world. RICHARD LEROY SMITH I. V. Basketball 2, 3 V "Dick" . . . a sports enthusiast . . . mania tor hot rods . . . enjoys life . . . sees a future in the Air Force. ROBERT DIXON SMITH, jr. Intramurals 3 "Bohn . . . likes all sports, but basketball takes top billing . . . an editor on Talisman . . . future journalist. V. Cheerleader I, 2, 3, 4, S. G. A. Representative ' , 4 'I "Carol" . . . bubbling with energy . . . avid y r . . . Towson s top cheerleader . . . everready SI . M . L sUsAN ' SMITH T. A. 7 epres' lgti I I . 7. H clcey 2g I. V. fo ,fha 3 r AL' 'V " e' . an, 4, 'I' 5, .iqiweather . . . appea s c i it ie ls Q fa -I r . . . ' medical technician. 'f , . . nv - ' ll VA 1 ' N' F .A. ,3,4 O. 5 . 3. 1 r 4 o he i 1 kgiliirt reporter ff r ' Al g Club 7 1 lst n 1 loves parties If U H LORRAINE SNIDER jj fyCcnvW2 , oarcl 1 Elections 2 fi X 1 io LI x d l . . t Su pe supporter . . Poly fan . . . 'M ' JJ! . 'a s to be a mo e . fl U f r ,r EWALD SPE DE ' . Q Mm , swir l4ll bowling ethrll vints o bt 1 stockholder A Il 10 lf, J l 1 1 HELMA IDELL STANDIFORD Fait ful Navy fan . . . a passion for clothes . . . loves parties with large crowds . . . prospective beautician. 4 Ld 0. A11 0-ll! W OJ-L WU! cloigek 4- W Madam I HOBEHT LEE STARKEY, Jr. Ol1A1N"""1,Mjtfv+f0' 3 "Bob" . . . enjoys all sports, but swimming is tops . . . 3 likes cars . . . seeks a career as a radio technician. l BARBARA JOAN STEC Associate Editor SIDELIGHTS 4g G Clu , 4' . Brains, personality and vitality com ' . . 1 . , horses, eats and clogs . llTg8 t . . N 51 j,-fp tv il r3f'QflkQ,f'r SUSAN CAROL SMITH ' ' MARY HUTLEDGE STEGMAN 1. v. Softball 3 "Steggie" . . . good material . . . quick to laugh . . . loves that mountain music . . . wants to work with children. RICHARD RIDER STEPHENSON Photo Club 3 "Dick" . . . always hiking . . . can really "punt the pig- skinn . . . future as a naval oflicer or doctor. WILLIAM MORGAN STEWART U. N. Y. 2, 35 Spanislz Club 4 "Bill" . , . interested in current affairs . . . collects coins . .'. an intellectualxguy . . . Foreign Service. N I 5 gf A 'N ' l' l . all ,,f. ,-, - 4 ji Q, 9 s AN rs. sFaA1oH'r fl rl As ' iateiE 'tcfy ' SQAWLVN 'ls IU .YI ft :g5i?f.5oYs 0 Zlllgftliilllifk 52 zjrpassitpi for P es des e,to371 twiy- . , , I F nk fs xv J ' u -yx DONALD LAFAYETTE STROHMEYER J. V. Baseball 2, 3g T. A. A, Representative 3, -lg Cross Country4 "Don" . . . a great sportsman . . . actually enjoys school . . . well liked . . . hopes to be a pro hall player. NANCY CHELTON STROTERHOFF SIDELIGHTS 4g Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Argyle Club 2 "Nan" . . . has a lovely voice , . , enjoys bop jokes and strawberries . . . wants a singing career. PATRICIA ANNE SWAM "Pat" . . . enjoys music, nrt, and dancing . . . will try anything once . . . plans to do clerical work. CHARLES ARTHUR SWANSON Shakespeare Club 3 "Chuck" . . . a very jovial fellow . . . active in sports . . enjoys acting . . . future in the field of ministry. RONALD COLE SWEANY Board of Elections 1, 2, 3, 4 "Ron,' . . . a nature lover . . . a radio ham . . . interested in Zoology . . . collects butterflies . , . future minister. MONTE NEWTON SWETNAM At home with a fishing rod . . . enjoys mountain music . . . future draftsman or construction engineer. JACQUELINE JEAN TARNELI.. I ntramurals 2, 3g Masquers 2, 3, 4 "jean" . . . photography and dramatics fiend . . . partial to Stan Kenton records . . . determined to travel. ELAINE ADELIA TAYLOR Talisman 44 Board of Elections 3, 4 "Tayl" . . . passion for baby blue convertibles . . . gift for gab . . . enjoys Ocean City . . , future nurse. EAI-ILE CHARLES TEGEDER Glee Club 2, 3, 4 "Budda" . . . confirmed bachelor . . . a tennis enthusiast . . . artistically inclined . . . commercial artist. CLARENCE MILTON THOMAS Ill Band 1, 2. 3, Projection Crew 2, 3, 4g Photo Club 2 "Tommy" . . . one of Towson's musicians . . . likes water sports . . . slide rule enthusiast . . . camera fiend. DORIS JEAN THOMPSON "Dee" . . . ergoys horseback riding . . . Youth Fellowship . . short an sweet . . . future newspaper reporter. INIAHY ANN THRASH Board of Elections 2, 3, 4 Finally finished those argyles . . enjoys parties and dancing . . . fixture nurse. s ' 5 'Ioan -CARROLL -riscumcau V.lVolleyball 35 Intramurals 2, 3, 4 ",lay'1. . . live wire . . . honors in badminton and horse shows . . . plans to be a Physical Education teacher. VALERIE I. TORODE "Val" . . . flair for Drainatics and Home Economics . . . vocational interests for her include nursing or social work. MARY VIRGINIA TOTMAN Girls Cliorus 2, 3, F. T. A. 4 "Jinny" . . . sports fan . . . collects post cards . . . lives for chocolate ice cream . . . an undecided future. ELIZABETH LOUISE TOWNER "Betty Lou" . . . loves kittens . . . leisure hours at key- boar . . . future kindergarten teacher. nter booster camera fiend . . . has e f tech mics future in aviation. , I wi 'Ai Jo p TRAUTWEIN, Jr. i f . 2, Mechanic Club 3 Ls . . . 6 ' . . . 't a or ! GEORGE SEATON TROTTER J. V. Lacrosse 3, T. A. A. Treasurer 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4 "Trotts" . . . has what it takes to be a success . . . a great sports fan . . . plans to be a minister. GEORGE RICHARD TYRELL Fond of bowling and hockey . . . craves milk shakes . . . adept at tickling the ivories . . . hobby-photography. FREDERICK WILLIAM VANDERMAST, jr. I. V. Track 3, Glee Club 3, 4, Radio Club 2, 4 "Fred" . , . photography fan . . . quiet and dependable . . . seeks a career with the F. B. I. or Treasury Depart- ment. It rig WILLIAM ARMSTRONG VAN ESS SIDELIGHTS Editor in Chief 4j Cross Country Manager -3 "Lil Willy" . . . a real clown . . . active in intramurals . . . hard worker . . . planning to he an engineer. RALPH EDGAR VICE NTE Tall and dark . . . enjoys. traveling . . . likes hillbilly music . . . likable guy . . . future army officer. KAREN RUTH VICKERY Can he found at Young Life . . . Cape May promoter . . . pleasing personality . . . hopes to attend college. WESTON WILLIAM VINSON S1uELicH'rs 4g Spanish Club 4 "Bill" . . . likes all sports . . . likes to play cards . . has a quiet reserved manner . . . undecided future. NVILLIAM MERRILL VVACNER, jr. "Will,' . . . has a yen to travel . . . hot rod enthusiast . . . easy going guy . . . quiet, hut enjoyable. JAMES M. NVALKER "Big Jim" . . . enjoys a goocl clay's work . . . hig tease . . . tall and dark . . . future truck driver or machinist. EDNVARD MICH LER NVALTON "Ed" . . . deceptively quiet . . . relishes a good game of golf . . . talented with a palette . . . future engineer. CLAYTON LINVVOOD WARRINCTON T. A. A. Representative 2, 3, -1g Chemistry Club 3g 1. V. LllL'l'0S.S'l' 2, 3 "Clay" . . . winning personality . . . one of our lacrosse stars . . . a future Lhemist or nuclear physicist. JOAN CAROLE XVAXTER SIDELIGHTS 4: Board of Elections 3, 4 if HQWW HXVZIXYH . . . tongue waggler . . . cute and amiable with a Colgate smile . . . expert knitter . . . a future nurse. MARY ELLEN NVEST G. A. L. S. 1, 2g Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4g Archery Club 3, 4 "Mare', . . . badminton champ . . . full of fun . . . in- tlulges in tennis and horse hack riding . . . future , Sf'L"f'fi1fP'- ,geqft oz Loeb Ew.fL fZr244uL44Jf JANET LE NVIIEATLEY I SIDELIGHTS 45 Argyle Club 35 Intramurals 1 Loves the water, especially crabbing . . . knits when there is leisure time . . . plans to he a secretary. MARGARET IRENE WVI-IEELING Cafeteria Crew l, 2 "Shorty,' . . . sewing is her specialty . . . horse lover . . . at ease in the kitchen . . . future home economist. 797 63: -1 1. ui .'l I 54 I f,2 Ml AUDREY ELAINE WHITE F. B. L. A. 3, 4g Mixed Chorus 45 Art Club 2 "Aud" . . . easy going and fun to be with . . . likes to swim . . . a pal to prize . . . future private secretary. ROBERT WELLS WHITE "Bob" . . . bowling is an enjoyable pastime . . . loves to putter around cars . . . future mechanic in the Navy. WILLIAM WILFRED WHITEHURST, Ir. I. V. Lacrosse 3, Chemistry Club 3 "Bill" . . . an avid sports enthusiast . . . intelligence plus . . . has a future in science or engineering. JOHN MITCHELL WILLIAMS J. V. Lacrosse 2, 3g V. Lacrosse 4, V. Cheerleader 4 "Lil John" . . . sports lover . . . an honest-to-goodness Charleston bug . . . a future interior decorator. RONALD ELLSWORTH WILSON Ronnie . . . swimming and badminton are favorites . . impressive personality . . . hopes to be a secretary. BARBARA JEAN WILSON S. G. A. Representative 35 Student Court 45 Talisman 4 A natural blonde with a radiant smile . . . indulges mainly in tennis . . . will attend Simmons College. SHIRLEY KATHERINE WILSON "Shirl" . . . blue eyes and blonde hair . . . a party-goer . . . longs to be a secretary or join the Waves. IOANNE WINDSOR Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Cheerleading 4 "jo" . . . dancing and swimming enthusiast . . . cheerful blonde . . . hopes to be a popular singer or secretary. WILLIAM BRADFORD WINES Glee Club 2, 3, 4, T. A. A. Representative 25 J. V. Cross Country 2 "Brad" . . . great 'ike . . fascinated by astronomy . . . builds model czirskwt re automo ile desi ner. M ' ri ' A I G Y V OM I . ol b G. .S. 4 eg " . . ' p he er al . gr o ports u s- .UBL NANCY LAEE' .AECEPN f 3 W F. i.2- sCoufibil4-Re ' '0nis:4 B. . A . . 997111 "Du' ers'1 . plays a hot sstbel guitar . . . movies and ' daueing are het 'chief delights . . .- future secretary. CARL MICHAEL ZACHARY "Gus-Gus" . . . striking personality . . . nice dresser . . enthusiastic about parties . . . capable fisherman. "A time filled with varied and interesting experiences seems short in passing." --William I I Q , . .. ,,A ,, '-'1. . , w i n kvlql A N 5' W , W 'a ...J if . M f-""'j f aaz' 'E:,' ' ':::" W X " , I ' R" ' 74 Rd S Q: : C : A if "E .ii l A is ...TIZ 4 . - X W ---,,..""g.,.,"'f-::....M ,u-"' Critics and Creators Mrs. E. Beck Nlr. C. Broinc Miss V. Dorey Miss K. 'lier Mr, Mis. L. Phillips The Crm-ks had a word for it. Miss E. Sepesy The English course in Towson High School places emphasis on four main skills-reading, writing, speaking and listening. VVide varieties of literature are read, and correct usage of grammar is stressed in all work that is done. Journalism I prepares students for working on the school newspaper. teaching them the fundamentals of newspaper work. The staff of the newspaper is made up of students in Iournalism II. A speech course is offered for those students wishing to improve their speaking habits. The members of Dramatics I and II partici- pate in dramatic productions and learn the fundamentals of costume. make-up. and stage design. All the world's a stage. Take a tour with English II. 58 Past and Present Xlr. E. Bogusko Nliss R. Hanley Miss M. Merrick Xlr. Fl, Nardone Nliss l,. Sllafler Nlr. YV. Tlirnnzls W0 "News-llounclsf' The History Department of Towson High School strives to teach students citizenship. In XVorld History classes. sophomores study Mr' W' U"d"m'm'l Mr' I-Y"1'k" the origin of fine arts. religion. and politics and how a combination of these heritages can be Used tv l7"0m0tfx World IWUCC- Students in Social Studies 1:2 classes learn to consider their personal problems realistically juniors pursue the development of American and objectively in relation to a democratic culture and political. social. and economic problems of the United States. society. lle tolls you why you're you. Around the world and back again. 39 l,et's cross the continents and sail the seas. Gathering Together l,cniingtln'ongl1 prose. Do yon know the difference? f Nirs. B. Conner Mrs. K. Francq Mr. C. Riefner Miss I. Shapiro Nliss F. Shores Miss A. XVyman A ninth grade course of study, Core, includes an introduction to the responsibilities of citi- zenship, with some consideration given to cur- rent news events and the United Nations. The course is divided into approximately ten units combining Social Studies and Eng- lish. Maryland is studied, with particular em- phasis on the local government of Baltimore County and Baltimore City. During the freshman year the pupils decide upon their future high school courses in rela- tion to their chosen occupations. 60 Exchanging Ideas Si Nous Lisions. Miss Y. Brown Mrs. J. Greer Mrs. C. Scntz Miss C. Sterling Our Language Department offers students a choice of Latin, Spanish and French. In Latin the inain emphasis is placed on reading and comprehension. Latin students strive to develop a background for the appre- ciation of mythology. Roman life and its con- tributions to modern civilization. Spanish and French, however, stress the need for understanding the spoken language. Visual aids. records, and well planned bulletin boards help to give the students a better under- standing of these Romance languages and help strengthen bonds of friendship and co- operation between Ainerica and other coun- tries. 61 . -.... Yr-nga Bailar Con Migo. Tliessus hlllltllilllflllll Ot-idit -y,,,s3,. Q.: Hugs and Stuff. The Meeting of the Hinds ln tht Sclenu Dcpalt ment 1 ploglam IS Wcll of 1ll pupils md puticu larly thosc students who ara planning to mutt r Lol- age. 5 ,i ' .' . x A A - - planned to meet the needs 1 . , . Mr. C. lluclc Nlr. QI. Deuher Biology, Chemistry, and Physics are especially help- ful to the college hound students. The aim is to help the student to better under- stand himself in relation to his surroundings and also understand the influ- ence which phenomena have upon his life. Con- sumer Science is offered to students not interested in the three major science courses and acquaints the students with the hasic science necessary to their everyday environment. sorlied in Distill Mr. H. Lewis Bliss H. Nlanos Nliss NI. Roherts XI l NV1l 1 1 ns She knows ull the Qis. Real solid. Query and Contemplation nstrnet an circle with il radius The Mathematics De- partment offers courses for the college hound student and the student planning to enter the practical field of business after high school. The academic student is offered Beginners and In- termediate Algebra, Plane Geometry. and Trigonom- etry in preparzltion for suh- sequent college courses in higher mathematics. The commercial student is offered Business Arithme- tic and Bookkeeping to pre- pare him for problems in husiness administration. The review of High School Math is un elective course offered exclusively to twelfth graders. The suh- ject matter varies depend- ing on the need of the class. Nlri tl, Berwick Mr. V. Brant .JF X s 1- Mans Mrs. E. Schriner Bliss L. Stephens Nlrs. I.. Tuylor VVl1ereas, the Party of the First Part . . . Learn how to open it. ln the commercial course pupils get a broad picture of business life and gain specific knowl- edge of functionings in business offices. Practice sets with the proper usage of business paper are used to develop skills in bookkeeping. Shorthand, a two year course for secretarial majors, consists of fluent reading, legible dictation, and acceptable transcripts. Typing, offered on both personal use and vocational basis, includes care and operation of the typewriter, development of speed and ac- curacy, and the preparation of acceptable out- going mail. The teachers strive to prepare business students to take their place in thc business world. s. ll. Gee Mr. A. Niarsilio Miss T. Pyle Mr. L. Rothroek Miss L. Stevens I U . Efficiency IH Is your exam in here? Mr. I. Bayley Mr. W. Edwards Mr. J. Glas Mr. C, Hook Operation Squared away and sanded down. 65 Mr. C. Emig Mr' -l' Keenan Now where does this go? Tin Pan Alley. Graduates of Towsonis Industrial Arts Program are well trained in the skills of their chosen field. Those who are considering the vocation of draft- ing find that in Mechanical Drawing they are offered every advantage to excel in this pro- fession. The auto shop is a place designed to instruct future mechanics in the fundamentals of auto repair. Graphic Arts, a course offered at Towson for the first time, provides instruction in hand composition and other useful printing skills. Members of the wood shop have turned out many fine products and in doing so have won recognition for themselves and the school. Co-educational cookery. In the Home Economics Department the students learn to become better homemakers by taking advantage of a variety of courses. Clothing helps the students to create neater garments. In Foods and Special Occasion Cookery the students experiment with new and different recipes. Living In the Home helps prepare the students to meet the prob- lems of marriage and child care. Home Ec. Major is offered for students who plan to enter the field of home economics after graduation and the students cover all phases of this work. Miss C. Ansley Mr. M. Bernstein Mrs. J. Ramsey Pupils at Towson High School have every opportunity to gain a better appreciation of music. The Clee Club is the largest musical organization and their main production is the annual operetta. They present various pro- grams for assemblies and other activities throughout the year. The Girls Chorus is another activity for musically inclined students. Also offered for students interested in the musi- cal field are Fundamentals of Music I and II. Emphasizing Miss F. Levitsky Miss R. Mrs. J. Simmons Sing a song of sixpence. 66 Miss J. Miller Miss J. Murray The main aim in physical education is to acquaint students with sports of all types, and in doing so, to teach them the value of good sportsmanship. In gym classes the students play Held hockey, soccer, tennis. basketball, volleyball, softball and baseball. They are also taught the funda- mentals of tumbling, badminton, deck tennis and work on the trampoline. In addition to the Varsity and junior Varsity teams, there is an excellent intramural pro- gram. Contributions "ll N ' .' X X, 'l A xkstllllcgv' XY' lp, . l l rl ll is Y I 9 67 . xx V M X ' my .v . Y -.L V' v Q7 N7 xl : r it lf: X N ' A Our own young modems. The Art Department offers a diversified curriculum to suit everyone,s taste. Some courses are Fundamentals of Art, Commercial Art, Costume Design, Fashion Illustration, Modeling and Sculpture, and Interior Design. ToWs0u's very progressive art Held is a great asset to the school. Miss A. Behlmer Mr. C. Command MVS- M- C00k Miss C. Dohihal Mr. F. Reber Mr. R. Walker T.A.A. Oifificeas li. Oostcrling, Tr1'rl.s'ul'er: D. Brown, Viet'-Pre.sicIenf: J. Matthews, I're.s'i1l1'ntg C. Livingston, Secretary. The Captains lt can truly be said that the Towson Athletic Association is one of the most respected, successful, and useful or- ganizations at Towson. This past year has been one of its best. The student body seemed more anxious to coop- erate, show interest, and contribute. thanks to careful planning and new ideas which emerged from the T.A.A. The annual T.A.A. Alumni Home- coming was staged and well attended. plus games, pep assemblies, and many other enthusiastically received activities. TowsoN ATHLETIC AssociA'r1oN lion' I. left to right: P. Andrews, M. Powers, B. Gede, I. VVatts, D. Glasgow, B. Carey, Hawk, M. Drake, D. Klincjohn, M, VVcst, Al. Bishop. Row 2: M. Cole, Bush, A. Lemkau, P. NVhitney, D. Abbott, B. Cray, P. Cooper, C. Schell, K. Riddlespugcr, M. Ilenry, A. Lewis, S. Schmidt. Row 3: D, NVagner, H, Noble, B. McDonald, B. King, D. Quarles, T. Hall, C. Fox, L. Bcrwanger, -I. Meginnis, M. Ilerbst, M. Olson, B. Coyle, K. Williams. How 4: H. Moore, A. Mardcn, D. Strolimeyer, B. Richter, B. Herculson, D. Schuler, D. Lockwood, D. Ewell, C. VVarrington, xl. Ritter. K. Hipplemeyer. The Student Court of Towson High School bility of the student judges to try, sentence, may be described as the judicial branch of and punish violators of the standards and the S.C.A. Students from each class comprise laws of the school. this organization. It is the arduous responsi- 68 andthe Kings The Student Coverninent Associa- tion is the co-operative enterprise and government of Towson High School. lt coordinates the efforts of many rep- resentatives who make it their business to ohtain the students' answers to numerous school problems. It is pri- marily responsible for the conduct of student activities and the welfare of the entire student hody. S.G.A. Orrlczuns D. Frisch, Vice-Presizleiitg H. Hess, President, B. Smith, 'l'reu.wurer: H. Burns, Secretary. S'rUm-:Nr Cm'EnNxxuzx'r Assoczlrrrlox Rau' I. left to ri flit: N. Eftiuger, B. Bonhage, S. NVheeler, XI. Buetell, V. Souris, C. Smith, Al. Otte, S. Xlegiunis D. lland, V. llali B. Busch. Huw 2: D. Bohlitz, ll. Adkins, bl. Likie, C. Baines, S. Shake, B. Neale. S. Neale, li lidinouston, B. llouch, M. Lewis, B. Ensor, S. XVhitford. Row 3: NI. DeVita, B. Birch, il. XVoodward, .I. Cihh S. Shake. L. Harris, AI. llall, P. Johnston, A. Cyphers. How -1: -I. XVarlield, j. Brown, li. Iiissel. IJ. lfrisch, ll McKenna, D. Orville, QI. Fossett. N. Engle, B. XVagner, I". Theisz, C. YVrye. S'rUm:N'r Comm' Row 1, left to right: T. Ilowell, Sl'I',QCflllf-llf-APHIS: Nl. 'l'ochterxnan, Clerk. P. Xlusteruian Sl'f'l'l'flll'll: Sutton, Assi.s-lan! C:,1iCfJ1l.S'lil'l'J P. Howell, Chief justice, Nliss Nlerriek, Slmnsm RHIC 2: C. Good, C. Stone, C. llancoek, Nl. Rankin, B. XVilsou, C. Bruder, D. O'Brien ms wm-Hvsx.. mm H1 .l mann -. ...xx S1DEL1c11'rs Bomm Seated, left to right: J. Grauiel, Bu.sine.s'.v Editor: 1. Hull, B11.s-iness Editor, S. Dawson, Business Manager: N. Jewett, hUC.'f!,'flll1llJ S. Kilroy, Copy Eclitorg J. Linton, Copy Editor. Standing: P. Birch, Art Editor, L. Merchant, Photog- rflpliyw Izzlitorg J. Muihcrg, Pliotogroplzy Editor: S. Straight, Associllte Editor, B. Stech, Associate Editor, B. Van- hss, Iuflitor-in-Cliiefg B. Ilall, Copy Editor. Organized in Fehruury 1953, the SIDE- LIGHTS stuff hegnn its tasks, continuing through the sunnncr months, and reach- ing its climax during thc spring of the senior year. Memhers of the stuff workccl many hours after school, us they prepurccl the copy to meet the printers, clencllines. Mr. O'Connor Gradually the hook was compiled, as art, copy, layout, photography, and busi- ness committees coorclinntecl their rc- spective johs, in the task of printing the hook. Siu1sLlc:H'rs STAFF Row 1, left to right: P. Gettnmn, M. Stegmun, D. Ensor, M. Armiger. Row 2: J. Wheatley, ll. George, B. Ritchie, M. Schissler. Row 3: J. Borges, B. Kurth, S. Schaffer, N. Drewry. Row 4: J, Waxtcr, R. Hnrtzell, N. Hoihroten, S. Mortenson. How 5: S. Guhs, C. Leitze, C. Ensor, L. Myers. Row 6: C. Galloway, C. Lyinherg, N. Quigley. How 7: D. Linfield, B. Vinson, B. NVines, E. Rust. T0 nbwfal AGOG 5: We T.-xL1sMAN Bofxan Seated, left to right: B. VVilson, Businmzs- Manager: E. Oosterling, Editor-in-Cliiefg B. Smith, News Editor: E. Burk- hardt, Feature Editor. Standing: D. Linfield, Plzotogrnplierg E. Bartha, Artistg S. Kilroy, Cireulution Iizlitorg R. Smith, Sports Erliforg Mr. Brome, Sponsor. evvs of the Week Tulisnmn, Towson's newspaper, brings to the student body a complete covering of school news. This year, Talisnmn selected a new name plate which added a great deal to the make-up of the paper. Also new, was a series of linoleum cuts, used throughout -the paper. Included in the paper's coverage were editor- ials, sports articles, features, and news articles. The staff, numbering slightly over thirty-five, worked industriously with their advisor, Mr. Charles llrome, to print an interesting and well balanced paper. T.,xL1sM.xN STAI-'lf Row 1, left fo right: P. Cooney, M. Harlow, N. Currens, -I. Gibb. Row 2: I. Hall, I. Otte, C. Killman, C. Langen- felder. Row 3: H. Twining, E. Copes, D. Durm, N. Faid. Row 4: P. Musternnm, P, Howell, C. Bills, P. Johnston. Standing: L. Merchant, E. Taylor, J. Seim, D. Deiherl, A. Cyphers, tl. Engel, T. llowell, C. Lewis, T. VVard, D. Frisch, ll. Melienna, D. O'Brien, B. Lapham, M. DeVita. 71 N.x'1'1oN,xL Hoxou Soc1u'rx' Row I, lvft In right: j. Ilaill, B. -lung, B. Smith, E. Biirklmrdt, XV. House. P. Miistmiimii, D. Sll'UlIIIlUyl'l', li. VvllllL'llllI'Sf. Hou' 2: L. Hzifcr, P. NVis1iom, A. Cyplivrs, bl. Crauicl, E. Oostm-rliilg, B. Stcch, C. Smith. Hou: 3: C. Bosley, J. Bowman, P. Eclwurcls, il. Gibb, S. Slratiglit, D. N1-wkirk, Cl. MUKQ-nzic-. Row 4: D. Crowley, S. Sl1ill'l:K'l', li. XVllS0ll, li. Ilull, M. Svliisslor, B. Hitt-lmio, J. Fossvlt, NV. Bissx-ll. Hou' 5: A. Mcdiuger, E. Maclwsincy, C. Galloway. M. A. l'llllf.fi', B. Smith, -I. l"1l1'llll1Olt, D. Frixcli. Row 6: C. Lcwis, bl. Muttlu-ws. bl, Engl-I, A. Pm-rry, D. Ori illc, B. Dinkcr, ll. Hess. Scznool- NV1mc UNITY CUAINIl'l"l'EE limi' I, Iwfl lo right: B. Nvzilv, D. Glasgow, M. Crumle-ll, S. Schmirlt, B. Rowlamcls. S. XVliit1-torcl, A. -lung, C. Smith. B, Yzulliss. Huw 2: IC. Smith, il. Bishop, B. Ilouck, B. NVilson, Y. Souris. li. Oosturling, l'. AlllStl'l'IllilIl, ll. Xlvlxviiim, C. Collyt-r, 'I'. -Ivssop, T. lCsc-liimui, D. lfrisuli, D. Orville-, D. U'Brim-ii. Bimini or' El.lifI'I'IlJNS lion' l,l1'fl Ioriglif: li. Smith. K. Hxymit, -I. Clllllllllglltllll, B. llmick, M. Drztkc-, lf. l'c'ri'y, S. llvlml, A Cv wlwrs, li. NVilso1i, T. -lviiliiiis, D. Bl'llfCl', V. Souris, ll. Km-lly. A. Kc-lly, S. XVlic1t-lv1', B. lllith, S. -luck- . I son, Miss llauilvy, Sponsor. lima 2: Dawson, bl. K1-lh-r, B. Spt'l'il, D, Hoth, F. Clmxicllor, S. Pinclvll li. Stn-ch, D. llill, D. Brown, M. Powt-rs, S. Sliulfv, nl. Otto, M. QI. 1.4-wis, N. lloibrotcn, M. A. 'Vlimsli li. Kurth, J. Cobb, P. Howell, M. wV21llllCl'. Raw -3: D. Billet, J. SCllllL'llilI't, M. Iluzvlip, M. Kuppvl M. Km-ck, E. Sli:-ckclls, A. Smith, B. George, N. Sutton. AI. Bowmam, D. Eiisor, P. ClCtllIlllIl, J. VVRIXIUI' IC. lllll'lill1ll'llt. How -1: C. Pc-ttvrsou, R. Cubliurclt, j. Spvrl, L. Mason, P. Proctor, A. B1-lx, J. Crauicl, j llnll, NV. Flauiaigun, E. Copcs, N. Kibbe, E. Taylor, N. Brough. Hou: 5: C. Gill, J. Smith, M. Tcgcdcr, A. Cooper, M. Struvides, M. Tcigemeir, S. Straight, S. GilllS, R. Dyson, B. Bremker, D. Czllvun, 1. Toutz, S. Schmidt. , fll1I1 Nhssl SIQXQII I'I1111v I, I1ff 111 I1 l1t I YI 1111 sul 1 1 It 1 1 f S II1111' 3: II I3 1111 1 IJ XX 1 ss1I I3 Ou IIS Y 111111 f 1 S Ii. Am, I5 B11 1 ll 1 1 s Il N. II1-I1I I311111II1'1 .MI11111111 ID. L1-go ll I Izf ffl ll 111 Il, SAIIIIDIL IIIN ll 1 11111 Il IILI, II. AII111 1 1 1 LN s 1 111 1 111 IIILL 1111 1 ll D K 1I1I1s K S111itI1, .I C 11111II L I1t1111I1 D IIIIN f s 1 s ll 111 I' Intl NI IJ111Ig11, I3 IxI111 1 ll x 1 X 1111111 1111111 I31s1x1 ll I I1fl 111 II l1! I fIIll'lIl1XXlIII S XX1Is1111 S CI111111x11tI1 I' II111111I1 I SI111I11IIx Bu S, 81111115111 111111 7 I XXIKIIII A NX I11t1 I' NILAIQK SIIII s111 Il K1111111-I, s 1 1 1 SNK 11 I sw I' C 1 IIIIS, BI. U1 1111 C Nl1t11s H1111 7 1 X 1111s111111 X IIz1y1's. 1 Lnmsm' CLUB Hou: l: Nl1lSlll10l'l', C. llolminson. How 2: P. I.4L'lllllilll, N. Tllorn, S. Mincli, Mrs. Clcvcngvr, Sponsor lion' 3: ll. Sulmufus, D. NVcsscl. STAGE CREW Row I, iff! to riglltr B. Hudson, B. Buclmwalcl, C. Stiukles, B. Stevens, M. Hunter, Row 2: C. Yuriclc, K. Phillips bl. Hawk, S. NVinkclcr, J. Klalss, C. Collyer, ul. Himcs. PROJECTION Cnlew Row 1, left to right: S. Croll, D. Duty, D. Moring. Row 2 R. Blottcnberger, B. Clark, D. Baynes, NV. We-rtlnnun How 3: H. Shock. Row 4: Mr. Clus, Sponsor, H. Buxtvr W. Schreiber, M. Swetnaun, B. Bennett, B. Kilwuski, N Larson, C. Thomas, M. Kilclmenstien. Row 5: D. Munser B. Slluprmv, D. Muntvr, K. Sission. Bus COUNCII. 1' l lvfl In ri,f.5l1l: ll. lixauls, N. Lvo, G. Iluvvs, Y. Creuset, -I. Brown, Nl. Dorn, li. Nlcllc-1'1notl, S. Hu! . I Cc-tllv. D. SDl'L'L'lik'I'. T. Smitlm, B. Simms. Run' 2: D. Sisson. -I. Lung, P. Monks, B. Spl-ru, Nl. Kimxrcl. li. Mvssick Nl. KL-ck I. Cumplx-ll, I. Maulclim-, I. xlL'lDL'l'lIlOtt, ll. Sprcckvr, C. Mulcs, li. Blucluw. A. Xl C YUUklXYill'll, . lSL'IlIlllL'li l S. NICYVI. Rau' 3: H. lluln-rts, I. Sll.llL'llill't, E. Calrswcll, N. Yl'lljll'l', ll. Dysml, ll. Sniclm-r. , P. Carroll. 1h:Cr:1'1'l0x1s'1's Hou' I lofi to right: I". lIau'risun, Nl. Sl'lllllllilCliCl', li. Huglws. ll. lluwaml, K, llillll'UL'li, li. Sc-lu-vlu-lls, Xl. Kappa llOlllLlNlx P Slut ll. llilvlv, B. Lymlwrg, B. Russell. Hou: 2: M. Hayes, S. IIZIFINOIIX, D. ll0XX'2ll'fl, VI. Spzmglcr, lf. S ' 3 . . lkzl, XII limgc, P. Bugclon, G. Bush-y, H. liuulm. Row 3: S. Hoflmzmu, N. llmmus, C.. Roc-lan-tt, I. 5l'llll, B. C-rc-on ' ' sn L. Sclnmiclt, N. Luv, E. Mau-lwsllcy. Hou' 4: A. Custutor, P. Hulm, I. llu11tl1'y,.I. Rlclumum, I. Ncngvl, C.. bullova 'l'. -Icnkins, N. Yau-gm-r. Nl. Slnumlulll. Loczlusn Lllll'1NY Kn1'4'linf.f. lvfl In right: B. Brown, N. lloilwmtcll, N. 'l'lmrn, Nl, Dorn. ll. lirogvll, DI. Coupe-r. Standing: Bliss xvylllllll, Spon.s'urg D. lll'lll'l'l', lf. Fl't'ltilQ', T. Clullowzly, ll. l'llllK'illllL'l', QI. BUXYIIILIII. T5 Music in the ir Gnms, CHORUS How I, left to right: J. Freeland, T. Campbell, M. Blechenstaff, J. Pringle, E. VVheeler, P. Gessford, F. Strzekzyk, P. Clark, A. Vabroshy, I. Parris, S. VVade, E. Smith, C. Smith, P. Stulzka, H. NVarner. Hou: 2: J. Bailey, R. Ensor, C. Lewis, E, Kinard, C. Lewis, H. Holt, I. Huntley, B. Jenkins, B. White, I. Buehal, R. Hartzell, B. Jung, A. Jung, C. Bosley, N. Shipley, S. Stevenson, E. Rhudy, Mrs. Ramsey, Spon.s-or. How 3: L. Lang, N. Cockey, T. Clarke, N. Shorn, S. Cettel, N, Thorn, B. Hepner, D. Konschella, B. Howard, D. Howard, T. Calloway, E. Whealton, N. Bailey, P. Martin, D. Hill, I. Hetrick, B. MeLea, P. Edwards, Our Glee Club, under the direction of Miss a lively production which was well received hy C. Ansley, provided us with an excellent pro- the general public. gram of musical entertainment this year. The A splendid program of Christmas carols was music for the Christmas assembly and the con- given by the Girls' Chorus over the inter- cert in the spring were equally well directed comimmication system, which was thoroughly and presented. appreciated hy the entire student body. Miss The outstanding project of this popular bl. Ramsey is responsible for the excellent work group was the annual operetta, i'Rohin Hood," of this group. CLEE CLUB How 1, left to right: Miss Ansley, Sponsor, C. Richards, S. King, E. Bley, S. Jeffries, B. Ensor. Row 2: B. Cordon, B. llopkins, S. Schaffer, Chenoweth, B. Ritchie, M. Schissler, J. Brakeiield. Row 3: M. Lockerman, B. Kurth, R. Cehhardt, B. Pollard, A. Lemkau, N. Strotterhoff, B. Towner. Row 4: M. Lanning, D. Alexander, P. Proctor, A. Hurt, M. Plumhott, C. Lockett, B. Tipp, D. VVhitten. How 5: R. Patsehke, D. Manning, B. Calloway, T. Butler, M. Ardison, I. Brown, P. Coyle, C. Lambrecht. Row 6: C. Schainmel, B. Swanson, C. Frank, VV. VVatson, A. Faunt- LeRoy, E. Tegeder, B. Wines, C. Smith. Row 7: H. Flanagan, E. XVallon, C. Trotter, ML-Vey, -I. VVilliams, C. Zachary, F. Vandermast, B. Crawford, D. Crowley. 76 Un Stage M.xsQL'E:is I Hou' I, left In right: J. Seott, B. Rutter. ll. Langtxelt, N. Ball, E. Tlioinpson, D. Follies, V. Souris, A. N1eFarlantl. limi? 2: L. jordan. lt, Seliraiul, M, Seluuuaelxer, S. Nleginnis, P. Carter. L. Craig, -I. Markline, Miss Klier, Sponsor. Rout 3: B. Ziiniuerinan, ll. Evan, L. Trautwein, N. Sutton. N. Brougli, ID. llansen. C. Cassell, J. Fossett, N. Yenetoulis, lt. llull. The mlrainatie organization. clireetecl liy Xliss K. Klier. is clivitlecl into two classes. Nlasquers l which eonsists of first year clraniatie students. ancl Nlasqners ll for tlie inore experieneecl clraniatie students. After studying tlie funclanientals of clra- niaties. tlie Nlasquers l group clireetecl ancl 2 S M' SE 5 I presentecl tlie Cliristluas program. wliieli eon- sistecl of a play. "Dust of tlie ltoaclf' a pageant, and a tableau. Xlasquers ll presentetl ulligli Crountlf' a tliree aet inystery drama. and several one aet plays. l M -xsQumis II Ron' I. left to right: B. Litsinger, C. Eclnioncls. N. Drewry, A. Rielnuoncl, I. Tarnell, L. XVl'l"ll, S. Spurl, AI, VVagner, L. Hater. Ron' 2: A. Meclinger, J. Ellicott, B. llassiuger, C. Bookiuan, D. Alnluott, P. Bagley, A, Kelly. Hou' 3: V. Torocle, P. Nlulliltan. L. XVinklepleek, E. Eiring, bl. Hpperson, T. Hill, NI. Alainaek, J. XVarfielcl, D. Benter, D. 0'Brien, Miss Klier, Sponsor. 77 i w CHI-il'1Rl.EADERS lion' I. lfffl lo right: C, Snlitli, IIUIIII-C:l1!'l'l'll'!llll'l'1 S. Eclwarcls. nu' 2: ll. NlllSli'l'lllilIl, S. Mvginnis. Hou' 3: IV. lfny. A. K4-llvv. lion' 41: C. Slwvn. Xl. Arniigc-r. Hou' 5: L. Yun lfosscn, A. Hl'l4gK'll- iltlwr. Hou' G: ll. Slvuli, Al. xVlllKlS0l'. lion' T: Al. NVillianns, Nlrs. Xl1l2lS, Sjmrixozx -I. XYooclx vaml. Yea team .... A vcry uctivc group in our school uctivitics. tllv Clu-v1'lvuclc1's proviclc tliut cxtru cntliusiusin wliicli c-nlivvns our school spirit. Two lmoys nncl twelve girls coinprisv our sqlnul tliis your. Present ut ull of our pop nssmn- lilies. rullics. and gznnvs, tllvy innin- tillll ll vital ntinosplicrc-. clwc-i'ing our tennis to victory. Morning pop rullivs in tlu- loliliy wcrc inorv nnnwrous, and pop ussvin- lmlics wcrc morc spiritvcl tlinn vvvr lwforc. M fwwf ww ,.5,Egs- - ! v -A., , A ww-WMM-NX 78 The Flash Card Club, newest of Towson's Clubs, was inspired by the card tricks done by the University of Maryland during the State wide Senior day activities at Maryland. The club, sponsored by Mr. Marsilio, performs the routines at various sports activities and makes a great contribution to- ward improvement of school spirit at Towson. FLASHCAHD CLUB Row 1, left to right: M. Ardison, T. Esehmann, E. East, P. Flem- ming. Row 2: j. Brown, D. Deland, R. Hartzell, P. Eldridge, D. Noe. Row 3: E. NValton, J. Waxter, N. Hoibroten, I. Bowman, S. Bailey, F. Vandermast. Row 4: D. Crowley, N. Quigley, E. Carswell, H. Ackroyd, B. Shapiro. Row 5: J. Sclmeeman, F. Deily, T. Hill. Row 6: I. Engle, H. Shock, J. Lyons. The Varsity Letter Club consists of those and enthusiastically promote school spirit. boys who have won one or more letters for Aside from these activities, thc boys strive to participating on varsity teams. Members ex- help improve the general appearance of the plore the opportunities for athletes in college, school. X7ARSl'l'Y LETTER CLUB Row 1, left to right: B. Kline, G. Trotter, B. Fuller, T. Jessop, B. Rowlands, D. Frisch, D. Orville, D. Frisch. Hou' 2: S. Sadtler, B. Kamps, B. Parker, J. Matthews, H. McKenna, R. Noble, J. Ilensehen, T. Eselnnann, Mr. Com- mand, Couch. Row 3: D. Strohmeyer, D. Newkirk, B. Yinglin f, N. Farinholt, E. East, E. Kaufmann, C. Cassidy. Row 4: D. Alexander, M. Hhoten, P. Fritz, C. McKenzie, 1. Svjmeeinan, T. llowell. Row 5: N. Cranston, C. Arma- cost, I. Emge, C. Stickles, W. Bannister, P. Skinner, B. Shoemaker. 79 This was our ear For the first time in fourteen years, the Varsity Booters, coached hy Mr. F. Reber, won the County championship. Out of the seven league contests, Towson swept six, losing only one game to Kenwood, hy a score of 1-0. The last game of the season was won by an over- whelming score of 7-0 over Sparrows Point. A total of twenty-one points was scored during the season, which made Towson the league leader in goals. The junior Varsity Soccer team also enjoyed success this year with three wins, two ties, and one loss. s. VARSITY Soccmx Row 1, left to right: AI. Matthews, K. Ripplemeyer. Row 2: R. Orville, R. Core, C. Bartell, T. Iessop, R. Rowlands, J. ltitter, H. Nolmle, R. Shoemaker, East, Manager. Row 3: T. Howell, Mmmgerg I. Crawford, C. Stiekles, E. Watts, C. Anthony, j. llensehen, R. Poole, J. Emge, C. Armaeost, N. Cranston, Mr. Reber, Coach. JUNIOR V.ixusi'ri' Socci-Jn Row 1, left to right: H. MacDonald, B. Sparen- herg. Row 2: H. Core, J. Bartell. Row 3: R. Me- Intosh, Manager, C. Pur- year, NV. Freeland, T. Rock, J. Adkins, S. Pawl- ing, B. Ekin, C. Geiwetz, Mr. Nardone, Coach. How 4: C. Richard, K. Grahm, C. Howard, j. Tontz, J. Kane, bl. Frey, R. Simon- son, R. Clark, lllunager. 80 Pick up sticks Tlie varsity stickers finisliecl tlie 1953 season second in tlie league for tlie second consecutive year. Under tlie leaclersliip ot Miss Gloria Dolnlial tlie team acenninlatecl a total of tliree wins and tliree ties. sending two players. Ellen Uoster- ling ancl Margie Powers, to tlie county all-star team. Tlie -Innior Varsity finisliecl tlie season with two ties ancl two losses. V,-xnsrrx' lloczkm' Hou' I, left to right: E. Ooster- ling, F. Keister. Ron' 2: B. Kelly, M. Sinitli, B. Cecle, B. Pollarcl. C. Petterson, A. Rei- lmlieli. A. Lenikan, Miss Dolii- lial, Coaelig S. Cnyton, ll. Luck- almangli, M. Powers, NV, llonse, L. Roberts, P. Flowers. 81 juxion Vixnsrri' llcxzkm' Sitting, front tn lmrk: B. Lease, Ll. lliley, B. Carrey, D. Allaerl, IC. Taylor. Stumling: l'. Flowers, M. Cole, V. vlolniston, S. Cliain- liers, S. llanek, Miss Doliilial, Coflelig M. Louis, l'. Ilolminson, D. Brown, ll. Hopkins, ll, Kelly. 8 to Remember, 6 to Forget V.fXRSITY BASKETBALL Left to right: Mr. XValker, Coaelrq B. Crawford, Allll1HgCI'J B. Salmon, R. Newkirk, P. Sherry, D. Strolimeyer, A. llall, N. Cranston, K. Ripplelneyer, B. Kline, B. Smith, C. Armaeost, R. Poole, ll. Smith, H. McKenna, llIlIlHl,LfCI'. C enter: M. Rhoten. Returning to the varsity squad this year were several experienced players who provided the nucleus for Towson. Although the team lacked height, this was overcome hy speed and alert defense. Mr. VValker, the varsity coach, kept the boys stepping, and after losing several games, they played well for the remainder of the season. The Junior Varsity was made up primarily of sophomores with a few juniors returning . , v from last years squad. The team played Well providing Towson with many thrilling games. JUNIOR V.-xnsrTx' B.-XSKE'l'll.'Xl.I, Row 1: B. Corbin, E. Lorenz, S. Bryant, S. Pawling. Row 2: S. Venetonlis, R. Winter, P. Seheiner, D. Yingling, S. Cel- ston, C. Good. Standing, Ief! to right: Mr. Command, T. Bnttler, D. Laferty, B. Parker, I. Kane. 82 Court Proceedings XYAIISITY BASKI-1TIl.'XLI. - . . . . . , , I . lluu' I: lu. Oustwliiig, Ciuptruu. llnu' 2. lvf! In right: Miss llulnlml, Cmlvliq Nl. ji-wvtt, Xl, luwvrs, B. Cn-clv, Burus, NI. Rauikiu, M, Louis. S. Tluuupsuii. B. XViuvuiillcr, A, Rvilmlir-Ii, I". Kc-istvr, I.. lirmliwls. li. Kvlly. XVitli sc-vcu vvtvruiis rc-turuiug to thi- varsity Tlic- bluuior Varsity tc-zuu couclu-cl lay Nliss squucl from lust YCZIII flu' Girls' Varsity lmuslivt- Alicv ISL-liliiivr wus also coiiiposvcl of vig, lmll tvzun wus vxpvriciicvcl uucl rcucly to grvct vctvmiis uucl tlirvv S017ll0ll10l'l'S. XVitli tlu tlu- scusou. cxpwiciicvml pluyvrs us tlic- uuclvus. tlu- tvzuu Tlic varsity. cozlclivcl lay Miss Cloriu Dolii- was vcry c-lfcc-tive' iu scoring zuicl clvfviisv, wiu liul. pluyccl wcll witli all of the l:Ol'VV2ll'ilS sour- ning most of its gauuvs. iug auul tliv guzirmls providing Rl fiuc clcfciisv. juxluu Y.xusi'rx' B.xsKi':'i'is.'xi.i. Iluu' I, Ivft fu riplfit: B. Pollurcl, AI. EL-klmrclt, B. Kuclv. Hou' 2: A. Lviiikzui, C. l'i'ttui'sm1, P. Copcr, A. Sparks. Rnu' 3: Miss Bvliliiu-i', Cnurli: V. lli'vyvi', li. C4-lilmrcll. li. Copa-s, B, Ne-ull-, D. Allin-i't, S. Cliuiuln-rs. 83 The Generals Take to l l lv? "' VARSITY TRACK Row I: R. Basler, D. llauseh, J. Schneeman, D. Linfield, B. Foster. D. Haynes, C. Cassidy, D. hlagloit. Row 2: A. Natale, C. Collyer, T. Alessop. L. Pitcock. ll. Nle-Kenna, D. Newkirk, B. Sparenburg, D. Crowley. How 3: C. Swanson, Manager: -I. Hawk, B. Fuller, A. Hall., R. Vicente, M. Kilchenstein, B, NVrye, P. Fritz, Mr. VValker, Cone L. j.V. TRACK Row I: C. Richards, G. Fisher. C. Haarlander, B. Ekin, D. Ingram, K. Riley, H. Cornell, L. Fels, B. Laphem. Row 2: B. Christian, Croll, D. Ceisz. B. lXleMahon, B. Fisher, il. Brown, D. Alex- ander. ll. Ceiwitz, C. Smith, C. Miller, C. Chappell. CROSS COUN'l'llY TICANI Row I: T. Taylor, ll. Fuller, j. Schneenian, D. Huber, D. Haynes, XV. Barrister, ll, Payne, D. llanson, D. Crowley, C. Miller. How 2: T. Esch- mann, Mmmgerg L. Litt- man, D. Alexander, D. Ncwltirk, D. Yiugling, ll. Crate, B. lXlclXIahon, L. Pitcock, P. Scheiner, C. Coluin. Row 3: Mr. H. XValker, Coaelzg B. Kline, P. Fritz, A. Marden, D. Strohmcyer, H. McKenna, D. Ceisz, D. Schroeder, B. Fuller, A. Natale, Manager. the Cinders The 1953 varsity cross-country squad ably coached by Mr. Randy NValker won its third consecutive Maryland State Championship. The varsity harriers proved them- selves in several quadrangle meets as well as capturing their fifth straight county title. The j.V. squad also overthrew the favored Catonsville team when they carried away top honors at the county meet. XVith a powerful squad again materializing. the track team is anticipating a successful season, with the Winning of the State Championship their ultimate goal. Last seasons exceptional team set high standards for future squads, but this year's should be strong, and well balanced. Under Mr. VValker's capable coaching, they are expected to add to Tow- son's long list of honors. 84 VARSITY VOLLEYBALL Row I: N. jewett, J. Tisehinger, B. Riley. Row 2: C. Braun, C. Pet- tersen, P. Andrews, E. Oosterling. Row 3: Miss A. Behlmer, Coachg M. Rankin, N. Coekey, Il. Burns, L. Jones, P. XVisnom, P. Edwards and V. Dre-yer, Managers. Hail to the Victors! ,41- I.V. VOLLEYBALL Row 1: II. Clarke, S. Thompson, M. Powers, B. Torode V Dreyer, A1llllll,Lfl'l'. Hou' 2: B. Bunker, B. VVinemiller, S. czllllllll hers, E. Copes, C. Gill, P. Edwards, Illnnugerq Miss A. Behlmer, Conelz. 85 The 1954 varsity netters, coached by Miss Alice Behlmer, have a long record of seven consecutive county championships to extend. This year the team is striving for the county, as well as the state championship, the latter which Towson has not had since 1949. This year's varsity team is expected to he a strong one with a core of four returning varsity players, filled ont with members from last year's j.V. team. i Los Mexicanos son buenosl The vursity huschzill tt-mn, couchcd hy Mr. Frank Rchcr. looks forward to il succcssfui svuson in '54, with svvcrnl varsity holdovcrs. and up-alncl-coming inc-mhcrs of lust yours -I.V. tvzun. ln 1953 tht- Cont-rails cznnc close to capturing the county championship, but 21 final garner guvc thc title to Kenwood. The competi- tion this ycur should also he of 21 very high culihc-r. VARSITY BASEBALL How I: M. lihotr-n, C. Anthony, IC. NV:1tts, B. liowhlnds, -I. Mutthc-ws, P. Shcrry, I. johnson. Row 2: Nlr. F. Hvhcr, ffflllflll tl. l':lllj.fl'., Cl. SL'iI2llIlllll'i, D. Strohrnvyor. B. Klint-, B. Snhnon, N. Cranston, D. Schrox-ch-r, A. Gable and 'I'. llowc-, Mr1n11,qr'l's. J.V. BASEBALL Klll'l'Iill,Qi S. Gviston, C. Bc-lt, R. Cort-, E. Lorcnz, Pnwling, 1. Ivvs, K. Crnhnni, B. Stonvr. Slrlnflilxg: QI. Crm-swa-ii and G. Good, .Urlrzrlgwsg B. Corhin, 0. ljiflllklll, S. Howt-il, L. Littlnain, 'lf liovk, B. Brit-1-, IJ. Yingling, P. Svhvim-r, B. llolch-n, Mr. C. Command, Coarlz. S6 Queens of the Diamond Uncler the capable leaclersliip of Miss Gloria Dolmilial tlie 195-1 softball team worked long and hard and with IlHlCll spirit to improve their second place standing of 1953. Tliere were quite a few veterans returning anal with tlie assistance of several j.V. players the team liopecl to prove to lie very etlicient in striving for the county clianipionsliip. VARSITY SOFTBALL Af Hut: lf. Keister. Leff to l'i,L:l1l: P. Flowers, A1lll1Il,Qt'I'J Miss C. Dolmilial, CYUIIVIIJ XY. llouse. B. Ilopkins, O. Siues, .l. L-lllkllllkllljlll, S. Tlioinpson, ll. Celmliart, S. Bush, M. Lockerinan, Nl. Slllltll, l,. llolierts, ll. Kelly, AIlllllI1.fl'fJ XV. NVatson, l'mpir4'. l.V. SOFTBALL lion' I: Nl. Yingling, Nl. jewett, B. Kacle, L. Morton, A. XVliite. Row 2: J. lit-kliart, j. Kocli, P. Kurle, D. Atwill. P. Briclenstein, P. llowarcl, llnzpire. At Bal: B. l'olhml. AI Iliglil: Nliss C. Dolmilial, Cuuelzg ll. Kelly ancl P. Flowi-rs, A1lIl1ll"!'l'9 S7 VARSITY LACROSSE Hour I: B, Clark, B. Iinholt, 1ll1IlllIl,LfL'l'.X'Q C. Bartell, R. Noble, B. Litsinger, B. Coyle, C. ML-Kenzie, D. Moore, B. Whitehnrst. lime 2: Mr. j. Leslie, f:0IIl'lIQ S. Sadtler, D. Orville, B. Frisli, D. Wlagner, -I. Farinlnoll, A. Marden, D. Stephenson. Iiour 3: nl. Crawford, B. Kainps, B. Shoenialier, D. Laferty, C. NVarrington, C. Trotter, K. Bippleineyer, ll. Iless, B. Parker, D. lfriseh, Mr. NV. Edwards, fl.vsisfunf Coaeli. The Generals Turn Indian The 1954 varsity sticlcnien faced one of the in their first league contest exhihited cham- hardest seasons in Towson's history. Nlost of pionship forni in defeating Sparrows Point previous year's championship team returned. 13 to 1. Losing the two pre-season games only pro- The junior varsity team faces its longest vided the experience necessary for develop- schedule with a full roster of experienced ment into a championship teani. The Indians stickinen. l.V. LACROSSE lieu' I: IC. Lawrence, F. Tapseott, Nl. Ilerlmst, B. Crawford, B. Xlellonald, l'. Crafton, C. Powers. Row 2: B. Dinlcer, Assixlunl Couelzq Mr. ll. Lewis, Cozleliq L. Collins, D. Ewell, C. Yurieh, IJ. Payne, Al. -lolins, K. XVarner, B. Van liss, B. llerring, B. lliflenlioek and C. lliddleslwurger, .lI11nu,q4'r.x'. lion' 3: S. l'indell, Al. Frey, ll. Flaltery, D. Loelcwook, Xl. Bowling, -I. Kane, C. l,IIl'VK'2ll'. SS I - X gi we S? Y, TAA Q uman IS 25 fi-Om 5 lm XA W Df'oma+1flS 3iG0 G fee? Club x 'iw 3 XWx+ii. A .. W fs Y 5 x N we N. ,N X ,:. ik x -V.: X. NN ice xx: A sf S Q wif l H We to Broodwov WY Mrs. Thomas should have dicdf' .IPPC d around the bcdpost thu 20? lhcmsclvcs Q f Q , under the heavens A tlmu fo plant 3 . i M5 owxuw I dudn t cxpccf to sou nmxzxxss l ons Sar all 3-9 , 5 ,M ' pw.-N l r V50 P you here Muss Sara! inns: ki 11:15 Q1 Q 21 .1 if ::A no f are my hands clean ol san, Sns!cr7 5, .Q .- would you luke one 1007 4. fauna ...uhm I mn' ' . fell mc what IS wrong ,af wb ,s V A R 3, i i. W f wil ' 1 N ssggka ' if fig? i ax. Zh i "x, N 4. . SX N Q x A ' , s N, ,U fm 'lisawv X 'K-' W r 55? er df Changing' partners, hw f Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. H. Ackerman Z Andrew J. Adkins Eldon Amos J. L. Anderson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Lester W. Anderson Mr. and ,Mrs Mr. and Mrs W. K. Ardison Mr. and Mrs. . J. W. Armiger . George E. Aro, Jr. Captain and Mrs. H. T. Arville Mr Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Hans Baer . and Mrs. . Phileman Bailey . S. F. Bassford . Joseph M. 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Hancock Mrs. Earl Harlow Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Keller Miss Katherine Klier Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs: Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kibbe William J. Kilroy H. C. Kipp George Knefely James M. Krumm Wm. Kurth Barbara A. Kurth Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John Lambrecht Edward E. Lewis Arthur B. Linton W. C. Litsinger David H. Livingston F. H. Loweree James Ludwig Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Louis O. Maas Arthur R. Machesney John Maiberg Harry Males William Mr. and Mrs. Tel man B. Marden F. Manning th Mr. and Mrs. Mil ard T. Masimore Mrs. Elizabeth McDonnell Mr. and Mrs. J. Robertson McDonald Mr. and Mrs. Hugh F. McKenna Mr. and Mrs. C. C. McVey Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Merchant Major and Mrs. Wilbur Miller Mr . and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Miller Leslie T. Miller Joseph Minch Charles Moore L. Murphy Mr. and Mrs. John H. 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