Towson University - Tower Echoes Yearbook (Towson, MD)

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Horace Mann, deeply impressed through observing Pestalozzi's work, further demonstrated to the Bay State the value of better trained teachers, The Maryland State Normal has developed since 1866 from a one-room professional center of eleven students to our own school of nearly seven hundred enrollment. This million dollar educational investment was made by the State of Maryland Fifteen years ago. The members of the Class of 1930 hope that here our ambitions have been crystallized into one-Service! May this service grow more universal through increasing contacts with our fellowmen. Glnnfenis Qlampus 'Q glfarulig 'Q Seniors '4 Huninrs W Q9r5z1nizatiu11s Y 3h1IBITfi52I1IP1If5 11163312 Un ig. flluri liiilalilger Ygrninr Qtlzxse QA huisrr whose interest auth inspiring guihnnrr has Swish a huuh uf frieuhslgip fnitly eherg IIIPIIIIIIPI' nf figs: dass nf 193U, fue hrhirair This hnlumr nf Ullqv Qlrgsial I K EQ E1 A cf Ltr ' gi , 41. ,, Eff ' 1. , Et- Egg, Z i EF' L Esl- F5 Lv" 1 fr 1 :P ft" 5.5. L, E? 50' nf 3, I, :if Y, ff E' , :fb g.,-. Y P' ' F. ' E gg r 15-, -7 ' Efzs Gr. 325. be EQ. Ch,-f Ojhlfb .gicya Lace KC-fl ll 1 I 1 l Elie Spirit nf the ffm-arher qI'1x'11 pttre. Speak ll'lllll. right tlu- wrrmg, fullruw tlu- King: elxe. WlN'l'l'l'lff' X 1,5 luirn?" 511 t11':1ye1l :nul tvleflgefl the linightf rut' King .Xrtlinrl Ilnnn-l K l'Illllt'. 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The knight nl' , tfvflay weznw illl JIl'Illlll' of sitinvlirity. wt-ighn jtistiee wisely. rnul l'Xlt'llflS tht- right hruul nf ft-llnwuliitv. lt was easier. ituleefl, tu hnvt- livefl hy the nu-'lit--r:1l 1 rrvfle than it is ttulny tw live hy mn- uwn 1-mnltlex mul ittmiilulfl ll'llfll'lll'il'5 :tnfl 1 nur spirit of flUllltlCl'11l'y. 1 Yun :tre the weium nl tlu- llwtttul 'l':1l1le uf l.l'ill'lllllg ertztlnliflu-fl in il tref I llll'llflUllblf' rlillirnlt nge. Keep yuttr ialiilrvsuplw, your etiimtinm, :nul your nnfler- I stnncling :thrt-:ist of llll' titnes. :inrl pt-et' ever with :1 fm'w:1t'f'l lfhtili intfi that whirh l innut etmu- tu pass in the next lifty years. ll. tl. XXI-lls states yuttr plztee i11 tl1e urfler of things nuwre strtmgly than flllyljlll' else who has L'X'2llllIl.lL'fl the teacher. llc says: f "No eotultierui' C1111 make the tntlltitnfle rlil'Ferent from what it is. 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XYALTHI-fR l'1iARI. RLOQD PIARRIICT A. BAUER Hnllllz Ifzlzmzlfmz .AXNITA S. DOWELI, l.or'12sA -I. lilivs DR. ANNA .-XH1SRcRm1H1E ELNA DANIIQLS 7 Ilixfmvv LENA C. x'AN RIRBIQR HARR11-:T .X. I1Am:R HIfI,FN Imixri CUXYAN ljllrury MARY L. OSBHRN ISAHEI. BI. PARRISH XIICRLE YODFR FVRN STITZEI. GI'fR'I'Rl'DIf Hum gllz1fl11'1m1l1'fA' NIARY Hvmux 9cARuumn'nH IQUQANOR Y. f7RL'l"I'T .1l1rA'ir EMMA lf. XYr2YFnR'1'H l'.l,Nl,K l'R1cKli'1'T HAZVI. M.xcDoNAI,n I,4'1l'ISIi H. SCIIRUISUIQR IJ1I'V.Yft'lI1 ElI1I!t'4lfl'UI1 Ii'rm2L F. S.-XNINIIS IXIARY li. ROAUH DUNALI: NIINNEGAN Hisfnry and Pr'i11a"i,l1I0x nf lffizmziimz AGNES SNYDICR I'.N'1X'4'lll710fj-V NELLIE XY. BIRDFVONG NORMAN XVOELFEI. Page tzuruh- .Q'o f R R'-9 1- '.- fu' ' ...np Lb'.-A' -1 I -'wi' rc' f--Sidi S: ' x . qui aid' M ' 'Q q' ri- H f'UHlf'll.C filrmrnlory Srlrnnl Farulfy lmixri STl1m.ri. l'riurifol IJOROTHY l 71'Rl.1x1. Ilnimix XY. X'1fx,x1:l.r1 Tins.:-ix Lomx l'.x'rTY l4r..xlR ILYZH1, I". Xl.wlJOx.xl,n linsll-1 .XR'rm'R Rvru YOm'xc:Rl,Oon XIARY XORRIS I.YNcu l'I.KRUl.I3 ll0SlfR .Xl.Y1x.x ,l1Rlfl"l' I-IELEN Il. 5IlII'l.lfY Ol.1vn-2 Owl-:Ns HELEN NY. YIiN.x1:l.12. .Sh-r'rI11r',x' Cily ljl'lll'fil'1' Tvm'l:vr.v ZEl.M.x THOMPSON M.'xR1l-2 lf. XYAI.I..XL'li C.xRl.Yx KIEZGICR BIAR-IORIIC G. llnwERx1.xx MRS. lixunx N. SETI! BIINNIH R. Mrixcxri VIRGINIA XY.X'I"l'S SARAH F. RlCGlXI'l'Y YIOLA S. Ihxxm BIARY J. I.n,r,Y EDITH Y. W.xl.Rl-:R l'1I.lZ.XHIf'l'II .X. STORM IQLLICX S. GR1F1f1'1'Hs RUTH RIC:-I.xRnS XY1r,11liI.x11N.fx Ti0I,'l'SC'IlNl'Ill!IfR lir.E.'xxOR R. Summa KIA-YROAR1-31' C. Klcluux l':S'l'IIliR I. HOLY1 BIARGl'ERl'l'li Sl'HMID'I'M AIILDRED BUCKLEY .-XNSA LOGAN BESSIE KELLY LOUISE MOON X'1RG1N1.-x CROSRY RI.-XRGARET XORFOLK AIARCARET C.xN.fxY.xN C 'ou nfj Emi.-YNOR AIAT'l'lII'fWr1 GOLOIE SCIIIMBIEI. Couuly I"raf'Ii1'v Traa'l1rr.v HELER A. KIVLLER KYXTHERINE Lomx ELSIE .NMOS GERTRCDE Bl'CKLl'fY .Xr,xm THOMPSON SUE XYRIGHT RITTH f:L'Y'l'0N BIARGARET Rrm' ' Junior Plll'ffC'iflIf1-011 Tcarl .4dn1i11.i.rfraIiz'4' Offirvx Priucipafs Ojffrc Alum. L. GILBERT CHARLOTTE RUSSELL Book Slzofv Jlmzagw' HENRIETTA M1iRRYx1,xx Rf'gi5fl't1'l'..T Ofcc GERTRUDE CARLEY ETHEL H.kR'1'LICN' 'VAX HORN , CATHERINE RAWLINGS Dormitory Slajf RUTH C. SPERRY DR. ANNA ABERCROMBIE RIARY E. DIEFENDERFER LENNA GROSS RUTH HEISD, Sccrrlory ROSE LEE XVIIEELER, Poslofic Page fuwzty-one I-IELEN I"IIfR3l0N liL1z.AxsETu XX'H.u'1..xxO AIARGUERITE HORRS AIARY HIPSLEY V1O1..x .-Xmroxx' BI.-XRY DOWNS GEORGE Horcx IJORIS BROOK H A RT IFVA' DORA AIORAN DOROTHY HYXRTLEX' AGNES DEB.kL'GII NIARY E. TAYLOR LUCY BOTELER F ALL OF US .-ILL OF VS div Qalma mater .HIIILI llulw, ,-1111141 Jlulvr HX' will 0-wr ffzfflzfzrl lux' ln our l1m1'l,v llzhv Im1111'y IIIIIQFVS, yifltllljffl ':ur"z'v 510110 from flzvr. f'!I1JI'Il.Yf ,Ymu lily fv'ui.w'.v -zu' url' 1'1m11l1'1151, Nou' our 'I'0l't'4'A' l'I-.YU in fzmvf Silly flzsv I7L't7Ilf-V, .-1111111 Jlafvr, , Ind 0llI'1l?'Z't' .ro frzw. .qf'iIl'lx'!l-llff -in llzu lll01'llf11fj Ilrfgllfil Rox-v in lllv .YI!lI.Yl'f Iigyhf, Sllfulhv 1'1'xf115f 011 lflv fzilllnjv, 1:"Z'Ul' nm' flrlfyfll, 574' fzurnly-funn xr, ,Q ,Ji B-ag Eff ffl 'j' 'I 'll' fi? '- -- , ,135-WLT! - stale rc L' -s 15 is Zflrarn En Serve The Qttest tfllli is the end of the course! 'l'wo, rich, happy years! So long it hen they GJ lie ahead of us. so short-when we look hack upon them. XXI- have worked and laughed together: we have achieved, we have failed: we have met successes with humility and reverses with courage. l do not like to say that the time has come to hid "farewell" for we shall meet many times. The paths which we shall follow though far apart. lead hut to a single goal. You are knights in new and shining' armor clad. 'l'he light of the morning' sun falls upon your faces and shows the power that is yours. The winged horses of time. chafing restlessly will hear you away armed with the invulneralile shield of truth and the invincihle. two-edged sword of justice. Ulla fllliallenge ln the contacts of civilized society we distinguish two types of relationships. First. there are those prompted hy motives of private gain. Those are huilt upon the principle of "quid pro quo", that is, one thing for another. They imply the concept of exchange or "enlightened selfishness". But there is another type of relationship, as rare as it is precious. lt is difficult to know just what lo call this sort of relationship, one may call it "love" if that does not imply a tlahhy sentimentalism. It recalls thoughts of the sacrifices that our mothers often have made for us without complaint and which we so often have overlooked. Giving what we have. doing what we do, just because we wish to give a part of ourselves to others! XYhen once we understand this relationship, we have the key to the understanding of life itself. glfaiilq Qln 'Qnuilq Today, the world has huilt a gigantic culture hased upon the "Quid pro quo" relationship but your eyes look toward the dawning of a new day. ,X great opportunity lies before you! The world is moving toward a new era based upon "love" rather than on gain. You are the hope of the world! In your hands lies the coming of the new day! Fearlessly. challenge the sinister Dragon of Greed, protect the helpless. the weak. the young from selfish exploitation! XYhen the hour of victory is o'er. wrap your mantle about you and depart in silence and alone. The winged steed is champing at the hit and would he off. You. too, are impatient, eager to meet life's adventure. You are away like the sweep of the wind. The morning light strikes your shields and. as it reliects the hlue of the sky and the gold of the rising sun, they flash hack to me the words "SQrv-511-C Intellegimtisu. lu. L rici' XX,xi,'r1triR. Page ftrcrrty--tif'r seek Pm nfiuislieh Story N September 5. l9l8, as the very freshest of hlnniors, we first entered Normal and became conscious of the fact that we were the Class of l93O, although the only tie that united ns was the common feeling of strangeness. 'llwo years have passed since that day,-two years so filled with interesting work and glorious good times that they have seemed almost as months. ll is hard to realize that our own Commencement Day is here. XYe have formed friendships that will last. in many cases, as long as we live. Truly we are "comrades grown strong in friendship's bonds." Let us hope that graduation will not destroy those bonds. NVe came to Normal with a common purpose: to prepare ourselves to teach: to learn that we might serve. Now we leave with the first portion of our aim partially accomplished,Hwe have learned a little. There is yet much that we must know,-we have only opened the book: but we leave with our purpose more clearly in mind. We are going out together to serve. conscious of some of the problems that lie ahead of us. and determined to meet them well. .X short while ago a well known and much loved New York minister said, "Real teachers,-teachers who are putting themselves into their children, are doing the most important work that is being done in the world today." Think of that! We with our two years of training and perhaps ten times that amount of experience. are going into the most important work on earth-the romantic, inspiring. useful work of guiding' children into becoming the sort of men and women that the world needs. VVhat a challenge this is! XVhat possi- bilities for service, for personal development, for adventure, lic here. And this is to be our work! May we prove worthy of the responsibility. I, personally. shall never cease to regret that this has been but a two year course. lYe have worked so well together that it is hard to say good-bye. You have made my job so extremely easy that it seems queer for me to think of thanking' you "for your cooperation". lt hasn't been at all like the usual cooperation between members and president, but rather the easy-going working together of good friends. However, l could not close this message without mentioning our indebted- ness to one of our friends. Mr. li. Curt lValther has been such a line friend, such an able counselor. that l don't really know how to express our appreciation for his invaluable help. Many times he has left far more important matters to help us solve our class problems. Ile has never failed to give us as much of his time as we wanted. and this in spite of the fact that he is a busy man. .Xlways cheerful-ready with a smile, a joke, and much good advice, he has been more than a teacher or an adviser: he has been an inspiration. And now, Commencement is here: we must part company. 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T111' f111'111'1-1111'-11111, 11111' fl1111'1'1', Sllnws 11111' f1'1'lz'1117 for 11115 ,v1'111111l, 311131 115 s1'11t1'1111'111 110 1111111 113, 1011111111 L15 1111 111111'1'i111'11 1'll1c'. 11111-v 1111' 111111 0111' f11i111 in 1V111'11111l, 111111 111'1' ,v1111111111'11x 111111 i11'1'111x Gllidlvllg 'IIS f111'1':'1'1' o1111'111'11, 111111 1111 111110 111111'.v 11lz1111y.v 1'1'11ll l1'111'11s-VIRGINIA 1X'ICCAl'I.EY 31115111-AIMEE BELLE DlTX'.KI.I. Pagv 11111111151-1'ig1111 ...A C,-1: ' QI' , "3 2 . - ,Sf Q' . -- ,. . - ff GJD 'xii lllll l.:nlw .Xu-Inu-, lfamllixxwrv ' , . . . . , lrvsnlf-In -'I iz-Illini' Llznss. l.:l-lxvllmll. Xlnin- xnvrs' l.c:lguv. Nli-ul Glu- Clulv. V IJ lL'lS Cl DHIZX "l,nu" .2825 Parkxwlwl .'XYk'l1llL', llIlllll'llUl'C Yivsc-Prvsif,lcut url Si-ninr Class. llaskvtlmll, Klunuucrs' League. V EYELYN XYHITI2 .l lf Allcglmclly IXYCIILIC, Tl'PXX'Sl'lll, Klfl. Incl Yicc-PM-siclcnt Of Scniffr Class, Mummcrs l.c-agua, Glcc Club. V ANN.-X M. KAISIER "Jun" anrl "l7urrl1" Pasarlcna, Mil. Sucre-tary of Scninr Class. Munnm-rs' Luaguc. Hiking Club. Atlilutic .-Xssuciatinn. V ROSE KRAMER 223-l Linden .-Xvexluc, Baltimore Tre-asurur of SL-niwr Class. Junior Scctif-n Orlicer. ' v FANNIE R. DRYDEN "Fun" Saint Michaels, Mrl. Social Chairman of Senior Class, Rural Cluh. Campfire, Glue Club. Yollcy Ball Team. Pays tzvwlly-xiiw I 'vw Yf-' I'HII.IP hl. AARUNSUN "Phil" 1310 Iiuistcrstmxil Ruarl, Baltiinoru My-11's Glue Club. Pruiilcut of RILIIIIIIIQFS I.m-agus. ,lumflr Sucli-in Chairman. Easy-hall Ilaikctlfall, TL-lmis, V S.-XXILIQI. ACRHIQ "Sanz" 40119 -hh Struct. Ilr fwf, klyn, Md. Ilwim-Qs KIzmaQer nf Twfvvr' Ligzlil. V CII.'XIQI,0'I"I'If If. .-XD.-XKIS Ilurtunivillc. XIII. Glu' Club. Y FRANCES VIRGINIA AHALT RIirlrllctuw11, Md. Y, XY. C. A.. Sccrctary of Athletic Association Camptirc. Y HELEN ALTSCHLI 31:11 Spaulding Awiuxc. Baltimore Fnrum Clulu, Imagm- of Young Yutcrs. X Jqfiflii Z I v ,, KATHRYN RI.-Xli :XNIBERS H XVUSUIIIIISICT. Md. V g ,Iuniwr Sucti-'11 Otlicrr. Y. XY. C. .-X. , . Pagi' flzirihx 'CM . ., '- 417.. ..,f35.y ff v 4 ' -' ' fa T f xg., V. , .I ' f A 4 ,- X 'I' '-,L 45- ' ,L , 1' . -411. ' ' ' fi vw, ,B A3 6.-f, - -. I-1 , f 7 In GYV 5 4-vw ill-fIi'l'lQl'IlIi Alli.XXXl".'l"I'l'. .XXITLIQN PX S5 lwwflll. Xl:u'5l.m1I -lum-nr Sn-vi!-'xl llfllf' . V JUS!-.I'IlINI'. I.. .XZZ.XIQ.X "fn,-" -12" X. lfxclur Stu-rt. l3:ll1ix11fm- Lvznunu- 4-i Y--mm Yllturw, .Xthlvlir .Xw-ciznliml. V MARY lf2ARl1.'XRA Il.-XIQKIJQY S21 N. Hzuluirzl Stn-ut. Hzlllim-1'u Atlmlutic .Xsswciziti-m, IJ-num 1-f Yv-1111: Y-limi. T FI.IZ.-XIZICTH T2AL'GI1M:XX "l,i!w'w" 5105 Gxxgnn Oak Avullllc. Tlaltirw'-rc ,Tuninr and S-Q-ni..r Suctimm frlfticcr. V .v. .-. . ,.. ,. l'.X l'.I.XN I'.I.lL-XLI-.TH I.I'..XI.I. "Emilie" Fullurt-wn. Eallilnfvrc Cflllllly, Hzurylznnfl Y. XY. C. A., Firu I.ivutu11ax1t. IQSTHER ClfCIiI.IA BTiII'.RFT2I.I'J . 5114 Qllccusbcrry .-Xvululc. UZlIliIUHI'L' Mumnu-rs' I.uaguu. SL-Crutary-'I'ru-zlsllrur nf F1-rum Club. CRx's'r,u, Stat? 3'i5"jl f ' ,511 Paw' thirty-om' .EE U- ag' - ' '49 Egg Q-+. ., ev Hs ,lumt tr 5-,fg.11'f .. .Xt W g ,WZFJS5--'JV E -Q z,.LS'aff:,v W :1' ':'STs9Z35'kg"'fx'f? 'f'f2f5f3?3?-1ff " " h' Avi' f Q vw ,of ,-1-.wwqf Q- W ia p -g mf-awfl' fx - V - - lf f MW fx. alkfut t::?iHfw::Q'f'EwES tif-fm Xl.-XRG,-XRli'll R. BELL.-XMY U,llllI'flt'H Tlfv lfvt-sltam Awnttc. Baltiulwrc l.t-agua' uf Yuung Yffturs, Art Clulm. V lil.IZAHliTH HEXDER "l9t'fly" Mnutain Lakc Park. Maryland tzlcc Cluh, CHIIIDHTQ. v ESTHIQR HEXESCH HES., 701 N. Mmttfm-rl Avenue, Baltimore TUTx't'l' Lljlllf SIHHI. V LClL'lSli RENXER 1,37 XYuocli11gtu11 IXVUIIIIC. Baltimore X A E ' :mtl Semis-r Swctimt Cllairman. v l'JURO'l'HY lf. BESSLQI. uylllfu 2118 S. Paywn Street, Baltimore l,t':tgt1t- of Yuttng Yntcrs. V RI.-XRY '1'Rr'JXX'l!RlI'DGli l3IRCHli'l"I' "Tl't1f'j'n l'fIrt Rcpublic. Calvert County. Xlztrylantl Klummt-rs' l.t-agtlc. Puyt' tlzirly-t1t'n '-,+L " -. a- f-if-1755 7351, NM, V Q L. 5 A ,FE liNlll.Y Xl. .l. Ill..-XCKlS'l'HX "lflm'L'il"' Huck llzill. Xlarylaml Hiking Clnlv, llwckry 'l'c:nn. V ROSAl.lli l!l.L'XlliX'l'H.-Xl. "NUS" 72.23 Linrlcn .-Xvuiiuc. l-laltimurc V ALICE ADELE EOSNYELL "Bowie" Br4.Ul-ccvillc. Maryland V EY.-XX T. BOXYERS "Jvc" XYcstn1instcr. Maryland Trcasurcr of Rural Club. Soccer Team, Base- ball Team. V MARY ELE.-XXOR BOWERSOX 217 Bliclhurst R-lad. Baltimore County. Mfl. V Rl.-XRIAX CHARLOTTE BRADY A "Pn::" N139 XYilkcns Avenue, Baltimnrc junior Suction Chairman, League nf Ynnng Xillt'l'Q Payv Ilxirly-Ihrve KIAUIDIC VIRGINIA IIR.-XXX.-XX "Gin" 21 Rielgt- Rmul, Catwiisvillc, Maryland IFHVIIIII Cluli, Rural Club. 7 I,UL'ISlC FRANCIS IIRITTAIX "lfril" FL'dCl'Zll5l1llI'Q, Maryland Rural Clulm, Y. XY. C. I-X., Hiking Club. V MARY Ifl.IZ.-XIEIQTH HROOKH.-KRT "Hr fwlv Mu" ll l.inelt-n 'll-rrztcc. 'l'mvwi1, Marylancl Klzirxlial, Irlnclcuy, llaslcctball, Hasuhall, Hiking Club. V I. KI.-XIUI.-XRIf'Il IXROXYN "B'1'n7v11" SUS li Struct. Sparruws P-lint, Marylaufl Glu' Club, l.L'aguc uf Young' Yntcri. V IBIESSIIC HRL'SOlY,-XXKIN 11110 IC. Ilaltnnort' Strut-t, Ilaltininrc :Xtlilt-tic Assncizxtirnii. V KIARGL'liRI'l'If IQLIZABIQTH IICCKLIZR ..RCh,.. Stnaklcy, Calvert County, Maryland St-ctinn Ufticur, Forum Clulw, Munnncrs' Lcaguc. P11516 f,Il.I'fj'-fU1U 'Q : ,.. ei?-??f3f'f -251 . 4 i ., 'QQ 'C ,X i i f L. If 1 W ' 45- fa 1 dak' '4-nf, W isxizi-11.1.1.1 J. izuulqxl-in -JUL IL-rvliwh-r lv-ml. I-:nllnniiu Xlnnnnrrx' I.l'Il2lll'. V FA X X I li Ill' R I llflvl' li Hl'.IHu 1 KIniirm'1:i. xlllfyiikllll ,lunif-r Scctii-n Uliiccr. V .-xxc14l.ixi-1 .-xml.-x ixvczimslcl Sli 9. lk-ckur .'XYk'lllli'. llziltiim-rr I.i-agliv nf Yuung Yutvrs. Hiking Club, .-Xllilclii Ass' iciatioil. 7 .-XXX.-X ROSE C.-XXIPHIQLI. 17.35 If. Lanvalu Struct. Hrlltinmrc Sccrutary-'I'ruasurcr of Day Student Cnuncil La-agua ot Ynung Voters. Athh-tic Assnciziliim V ELI..-X lfI.IZ:XBE'l'H CARTER Stcvvimsvillc. Qucvn Annu County, RIZIFXIZIINI Y. XY. C. .-K.. Hiking Club. Yullcy Ball, Hnckn-5 Tcani. V LOUISE CARTER 113 Morley Street, Baltiniorc Forum Cluh, Lcaguc Ui Young Yun-rs. Hiking C lub. Puyv lliirly-jim' ,'k. ', D I was ,S , 1- r ,nf -,nl -"-.y ' .'.,3f 315'- '.w'fi?f'5m . f fiimfifizf ,lL'LI.-X HILDA CASCIO 419 S. Pacn Street. Baltimore Lirlllf Staff. TUIUUI' V HELEN CELCSTKA "L't'l1fstl.'u" IXIIIIHDIPHS, Marylzmcl V HARRY CHAYT 2534 lf. Baltinuvrc Street, Baltimnre Soccer '11-am. V ANNIE CHIODI .2428 Eager Street, Baltimore Huckey, Y-,lley Hall, Lcagut- uf Young Voters. St-nim' Suction Otticer. V KATHERINI2 GLADYS CHURCH "Cari" X.-X2 3-112 Fleet Street. Ilaltinuure Marshal, .-Xthletic Associatiflxl. Tnfvur Lilllllf Stzntf. V 1iI.liAXl'lR liI.IZABli'l'H CISSIQI. "Bury" R. F. ID. Marriottsville. Marylrmrl Juniwr Scctiun Ufticcr, Y. XY. C. A. Cabinet xIk'lI1hL'f. Glue Club. Paglt' thirty-.vi.r 1 1 1 I l A 3 a n I 1 5 3 3 i I 1 1 1 I W N 4 -Qxv 1 ' -ia f - - " F , ' Q':fg-f- 915' . X 'J ' at 4 W W, mg G MARY XYIXHXA k'I..XIQ' I limo wk. Marg Ismwl l'R.-X'l'll L'KllXlXYlfl.l. k'flL'Kl'.Y E' NY-lrlI1il1g1--11 Yznllcy. Bzxllinn-ru LW-111115. Marylzmrl Glu- Club. Mnrslml, Y. XY. C. A.. .-Xihln-lic .-Xssfvcizltilm. SELXIA KADER Cnnux " Z-H3 li. Mmmnmv.-nt Struct, I'1:1llil11-'ru V - ,. Murnrnrrs' I.-:agxu-. Athletic .-Xssfrciatifm. .ll ALICI2 jlz.-XX CRI1SXXIiI.I. ".lmnn1'v" I ', - 5030 :Xmhfnly :XX'L'l'llIC. Ualtinm-xrc A ' ML-nlbvr-:at-largu of Day Stuflcnt Council, , juni-wr Section L'l1airman, Athletic Aswciuti-m. MARGARET CROSXYIQLI. ' "Fifi" Primm-ss .-Xnnc, Klzirylaml Marshal. Y. NY. C. .-X.. Junior Hvlckry :md Hasvhall Te-amx. V IIESSIIQ CUKIMIXS H34 Fliflfllv Struct. Hahiillfvru Fwrum Club, I.vaguu nf Yuung Ymgr Pago thirly-sewn: . .1 Egg , D f , lx S '!"" IS.-XDURIQ ,l. IJALIXSKY "I,vln"' 2410 Prwlnlry Struct. Bultinulrc llnskctlmll. llasclmall. V THIQLKIA Y. IJAMM "ll'n::" X A E. 'Nl-l N. Krueslm Stn-ut, Haltilnnrc x'lCk'-IDI'L'Slllk'llt uf Leaguc of Ynnng Yun-rg, Art Clulu. V Fl.fllRlfNCE BIARY DAVIS "F1n5,vlr"' Charlotte Hall, Maryland Y. XY. C. A.. Sn-ctilnl Otliccr, Rural Club. V MII.lJRliI1J Llfll DAVIS 2-l Burke: Avclnlc, Towswvn SL-ninr Suctinn Chairman. Vice-President Day Stnflrut Council. V JEROME IJIQNABURG "fvl'r'y" 5010 lrltlllllflff' Avenue llzxskutlmll, Baseball, Swccvr, Tmvcr' Liylzf Stal? V RLXRGARIQT C. DICKENSHEETS "Dirk XYL-stminstcr. Maryland Y. XY, C. A.. Senior Scctinn Officer, Rural Club. Page thirty-eight Q- ,5 .., , -7.1" 'Is' ' .- - ., U1 ul .rf -. ' Mall-E M f" I Qlf' '--..L,"s Xlll.'IA4 PX ,l,XYl-1 lPlk'li MXN l7l"' RllXlHll .Xur1w, llzlltnnl-n l"fU lannix Xlnnznu r. V lll-Ql,lfX ll, llll-1lll.Nl.-XX uf '1'4'41lUa'U Calf-nwillr, Klzarylzmvl -luni-lr Sccnwn Urllcur, l'rwi1lmut 'If Iiicl Hall llh-nralin: Sluflcm Cffuncill. V FR.-XXCES Rl. lDll.l.ER "fm1111'f" Frulm-rick, Marylanrl Sn-ctil-n Ulrlccr, Hiking Clulw, Y. XY. C. V HELEN GRACE INJRXEY "Dm'uy" 421.2 Springdale .3xVL'llllk'. llaltinwrv V LOUISE XY. DEER u5111tL'1'Sv.'u Sllfvu' Hill. Maryland Rural Club. , V HELEN M'aCC.-XIJI.-XX IKJCNLOP l5U6 XY. Ualtinlfvfc Strrut. Ealtlnhlfp' Lcasue of Y'-un: Voters. Pam' flxirly-uim' S. Q. T' iv 4 ,X A xr. ' A i Xvxzxx U ET? fwrfxfgrws ' As 1' MARY LORINE DUNN Icssup, Maryland hall, Baseball. V AIMEE BELLE DUVALL H:illIlCCH Gaithersburg, Maryland Sc-ction Oliticcr. V THELMA EANET 1621 Mosher Street, Baltimore mcrs' Lt-aguc. V A. ELIZABETH EASTER Highland, Maryland Hockcy Team, Baseball Team. Basketball Team Y. XY. C. A. V FLORENCE L. EATON "Flo" 1446 Battery Avcnuc, Baltimorc Atlilt-tic Association. Lcaguc of Young Voters. V ' 4 NETTIE A. EISENBERG 2317 Pennsylvania Avenue, Baltimore Lcnguc of Young Voters. Tnzwvr Linh! Statif. Pagv forty Suction Ulhccr, President of Athletic Associa- tion. Camphrc, Y. XY. C. A., Hockey, Basket- Lcagnc- of Young Voters, Forum Club, Mum- Trcasurc-r of Athletic Association, Hiking Club, 1. ,S -,-I. .H I? ilfii? ga' - . .fqf-.,iff:f.rfff ,I QI'L26".. ' ra 1 Q-,L r L H D ' I.ll.Y Kl.YY IQRXST 743 YY. l":l5rlh- Stn-vt, liztllinl-rt' llI'L'llL'4ll'lL L'm's'r.u, SHUT. Hiking Cluli, , IJHIUVIIIY RAI-I liY.- "Dill" Ill YYt-st linll :Yvunuc. Czuuhriflgv. Mil. l'rt-sirlcut -if Rural Cluli, St-ctiiul Utlicvr, Y. V ,lL'l.l.-Y IiS'l'HliR IQY.-YNS ".7iu!',v" Snow Hill, Maryland Hiking Club. Suction Ofliccr, Tcnnis Club, Basketball. V MILDRED THELMA FINE 1047 Ruxton Arc-lltic, Baltimore Lcaguc oi Young Voters. V RUTH FISHP.-YYY R00 YYalnut :xYL'lllIC, Haltinnirc Atlilvtic Board-Fall Manager. Campfnrc. V DOROTHY .-YLLENA FI.Eli'l'XY'UfJD X , "Dal" Havrlcu. Queen .-Xnmfs Cwuntv, Marvlanfl lnuw' Light btah, Y. YY. L. A.. Hiking Cluli. Pagv forly-one X , s ' WW WS 'S- ETHHI, GOODING FORD "170l'rliC" 3724 Park Huiglits Avenuc, Baltimore Glue Club. Trcasurcr of Campfire. V RIAXINE GIQNIQYA FOXYULE "tllu.r" Arcadia, Maryland Rlninnicrs' I.Cl'l.Qllk', Y. XY. C. A. Choir, Section l lfliCL'l'. V fXIL'Rllil. GRACE FOX Ml:-l7.l'j'U X A E S3 Rlarkct Strcct, Annapolis, Maryland junior Section Chairman, Vice-Prcsirlunt of Gum-ral Student Council, Rural Club, Campfire. V ,HZSSIE XYATSON FRANKENFIELD "fats" 110 XY. Susquehanna Avcnue, Towson Hockcy Team, Junior Basketball, Junior Volley- ball, Hiking, Swinnning. V EVA M. FRANKLIN NV-:stminstcr, Maryland Treasurer of Y. XV. C. A., Hiking Club, Section Officer. V MILDRED M. FRANTZ "Frvm'l1iv" Cluarspring, Maryland Page' forly-!'w0 ff- , f' I W- 'flffifffmgziial " L f ,iw I k'II.'XliI.ll'I"I'Ii XI. Iflilil-iNI.XX "lx'm'I"' IMI" XY. Xwrlli ,AXx'ciiin-, Iinlliinf-ri X .I 5. Xlnnnncrf' Ixzigiic, CkYs'l'.xl. Stuff. Svctiifn L'li:nirin:m. 7 IIQICXH ANN FL"I'IiR.-XI. , - , ' .INZI If-wzliicla .Nw-nin-, IIz1Itini1iru Xlinninurw' Imngiic. V AMY IfI.IZAIIIi'IIH G.-X'I'CHIiI.I. lnzyu XNIIIIIC Marsh, KIaryIanrI -lnniwr and N-innr bccunn Utncur. l.c:1g'1n- ox Young You-rs, Y. XY. C. .-X. V RUBY GILES "Badly" Passinn, North Carolina SL-ctirul Ofticur. Sccrutary uf Rural Club, Hiking Club. V LOUISE M. GIST -1652 Park Heights .'xVL'l'IllQ. Baltimwrv Hockey, Baskrtball, Yollcy Ball, Hiking. Swini- ming. V' KI.-XEIQI. K.-XTHERIXE GLOCK "QIlac-lxliun 'IIS Lllriixwnrl Road. Raspn-Inirg, Marylznnl Klnmmurs' I.L-agnc. H1vCkL'5', Hiking Clnh. Page forty-tlirfc' x - N ' ' ,Q , , 4: ar! J 5 Q X jf f' f- , I ,gl . . mia ' A gw. .-tf. 't l ' I : 1 S- gf- 3 5221, Ei ' f, ' U' tw -.1 .1 fziffai la I' ,. 5 Su 33" ,N . in ' J t ' . aa.. . ,. " "1 37Z-'-9.f'J"- ,aff A . .RQ ,Ez-T -ft T. l.fLIZ:XBI'1TH GUHLIXGHURST "Belly" 2021 E, 31st Street. Baltimore Athletic Assuciatitm, Sectitm Otlicer. V SAMUEL GOLDSMITH "Sanz" 2406 IC. Baltimore Street. Baltimttre T EDN.-X GOLDSTEIX 2435 Ifutaw Place. Baltimore V IQIJXY.-XRIJ H. GCYJLDSTEIX "Ecl't1'y" 15213 Ii. Haltimore Street. Haltimure Soccer, Basketball, Baseball. Tower' Light Stat? Mummers' League. T I.ll.LI.-XX GOLDSTIQIX "I,illn111.c" 5 lf. Fort .-Xvettue. Haltinmre Fttrum Club. League of Young YQ-ters. V Rl.-XNL'liI. GULDSTIQIX ",lItmuy" S05 XY. Xwrtlt Avenue, Baltimure Pagt' fnrly-fum 'mx , f A QISGQQ7-3? YF ' ff'5i L'7lA 'nl' -I fa. If -+ , Q7 bf--fre IHS XXI-Nl lfufl .Xxrrmm-. Cauulwrillu-'. XIII. ll.-Xflil. l1lQ.XYl2lf.Xl. Ruxxlzunlvillr, Klaqlzumfl Rural Clulv, Soul-fr S1-cliwu lllllcvr. .. .,. ,... H.'Xll'.l. l.l'.l J I A l.,Rl'.l'.X Hagvrst-mu. xliifylflllfl Gln' Clulm, Athletic .-Xssucialimm, Y. XY. C. .X.. Cahiuut. AXX.-X GRliliNGOI.I'l ".Inm"' SU H151 Struct. .'XlIlI2iDUllS. Xlarylawl xlilfillill, Y. XY. C. A.. Hiking Cluh. l.ll..'X SHIRI.liY GRICICXSTICIX 27113 lf. KI1'-xuxumcut Struct. Haltinmrv F-wrum. LL-aguc of Y'-un: Yun-r-. Xl. YI RCI X l,-X GRVJFI "Gin" TUE Ii. llllll Struct, llaltllllvlrc Prcsirlcut wwf l.vaguu 111' Y'-un: Yun-rs. .-Xtlmlmgtic .xSQ..fimi..n. Juniuf Ilwkl-y. U Plljlf fmt-x'-yl:'u Xu ,Alt ,Q h I . ,i .,t' ' .E ,, -,-f I Tyw'if4,,t ,. .., .,,,U,, . Agni ".y ROBIZRTA HANKIN "B01YI7I'CH New Freedom, Pennsylvania Rural Club. V MARY ELIZABETH HANLEY Towsoli, Maryland Mummers' League, Hiking Club, Assistant- Eclitor of Tnzwr Light. 7 TQLEANOR HARP HARBATQGH "PMC" 127 li. Antietani Street. Hagerstown, Md. Senior Sectiun Otiicer. Treasurer nf Junior Class. Basketball, Baseball, Tennis Club, Hiking Club. V HAZEL HARDIXG Highland. Maryland Rural Club. V' DUROTHY MAE HARRISON "Dui" Hugliesville, Maryland ,l unior Section Oiiicer. T MADELIXE E. HARSHMAN "Harx7z 1111111 Midrllctowii, Maryland Campfire. Y. XY. C. A. Chorus, Yolley Ball, PI'CSiLlr11t Of Y. XY. C. A. Pugh' fiwry- -.vin 'R n? J:J.:E,rL4::f,J' at T ,f mga Gif - ga. Fl.URl'.XCli X. ll.-X'l'l"ll'1l.Il ' ,,l4.,',.. Sjkcsvillr. Xlnrylancl Y ll0lQU'l'llY Xll'l'Cl'll'.l.l. l'l.'XYS "Ihr" llclisml. Klarylznnl Sv.-crutary ni General Sturlcnt Council. ,luniwr Suction Chairman. Y. XY. C. A.. Rural Club. Hiking Cluh, Forum Cluh. Athletic .-Xssf-cizni-ni, Vnlluy Hall Team. V IDIS HELM "Hvlm" I X A E . 1800 Virginia Avenue, Hagcrstmm, Nfl. ,luninr Scctirm Chairman, Prcsirlcnt of Boarding Student Council, Y. XY. C. A.. Basketball, Base- ball. Hockey. V , THOMAS XY. L. HENRY ' "Tom" Freeland. Maryland Baseball. Sncccr, Rural Club. V AUDREY YIYIEXXE HEROLD 3.29 NYinst0n Avenue, Baltimore. Md Hockey Team. Volley Ball Team, Hiking Club. V . VIRGINIA CARMELITA HICKEY , "Gin" 814 Beaumont Avenue. Maryland 3 Athletic Association, Treasurer of Lcagju': of Young Voters. Page forty-.rczrn 1 M Wtwi 'lil N1 ll E4 L Va,-Jwn 'ki' ES-THER HOFFMAN MESH 211005 Huntingdon Avciiiic, Baltimore V MARI.-XX G. HOLECAMP Raspcburg. Haltimurc County, Marylzmil Rluinnicrs' League, Glu- Club, League of Young VHIUYS. V RACHEL HORIXE "R1:5fy" Frcclurick. Klarylannl Rural Club, Y. XY. C. A. V JOHN ,l. HORN "Illini" 4212 Kulh Avcnin-. Raspvburg: P. O., Baltiuiwrc Cininty, Maryland Si-ctiuli Chairman. V RflSIiT'l'A H. HURUXYITZ 5701 Springmlalu Avuiiiic, Baltiniurc l.n'iig'uc nf Xuillllg YUMFS. V RUTH S'l'liXYAR'l' HL'XIPHRliYS 5525 Fcrnpark .-Xvmliic. Baltimore Cliicf Marshal, Campfire. Page' forty-riylif 'Q '- ' ' .haf 1-F5 . Q: 1 . .. A Qwfivwwwdiu iiaf I n ' 5"-fb NIlI.llKlilr lfS'l'Iil.l.l'Q IXSLIQY ",1l1I" K'1lIIl,bI'iliUl'. Nlznrglnml Y, XY. C. .-X. V XI. l'.l.1,lIbI'. ,IAIQRI-.l.I. Gulalsln-rw, Xlzxrglanrl Hiking Club, Y. XY. C. .-X.. Rural Club. Suiliwvll 4 Dfticcr. 7 Xi :X RCA R Ifl' ,I IQXK I X S ".fruki:1,c" XYillia1mpwrl. Xlarylanfi President -ff Camptirv, RILIIIIIIILTS' LKZIQIIR' Swimming Club. V ANN DOWNIXG -IETT 3212 Carlislu Au-xmmg Haltinnwrc LL-aguv nf Y-rung Vmc-rs. 7 XYULFI-2 -IUFFE ..!U!h.. EH" I'M-vwllslmiru Ibriw, BZllIiIl1'fl'C 7 BE.-XTRICIQ JOXES "Nm" 3fl3l'l XYimlsf'r .-Xvcnur. Daltilnwru junior Suctiwn Chairman. Yicv-Prv-ivlc Atlmlutxc Association. Plljla' furiy-Him' Ill HI JI E.. Ls ,Ja- s w L -5 .Y -4z..!:i'.g. --4.- - . '9- -- Igsn 1, 4' -53 C , I. , .1 - gr X rf ' we-.fi -A v- L a -.a..1-- ,x I 'Pi sri - r' g-X 'D DORIS CHRISTINA JONES UDOHIEH Church Creek, Maryland Sectiun Odicer, Y. XY. C. A. V MILDRED LAZETTA ,IOST "BiI!ic" Rclmnnt Terrace, XVo0dlawn, Maryland Z V X ,Iuninr Section Odicer, Y, IV. C. A. Cabinet Member. V BERTHA H. KAPPLER "Bl-ff" 1017 N. Monroe Street, Baltimore Vice-President of Glee Club, v KATHALEEN VIRGINIA KENNEDY "Kathie" 2825 Riggs Avenue, Baltimore V RUSSELL L. KEPLER "Pda" Bnonsboro, 'XYashington County. Maryland Vice'President of Rural Club, Orchestra, Soccer and Baseball Manager. V EYELYN ALMEDA KEXEL "KL'c'k" Hampstead, Maryland Y. XY. C. A.. Yolley Ball. Page fifly 'QC . --. 0Tz,1Z'S':4" Q.. ,,-: . 'L 541 5-' ' . .fell l 'lil E If L' ' 551-fe Wffrff' " 2. 's-'.--. - l., if wr" 1 XIlL'll.Xlil. lil'I"l' ",lliA'."' ' .Q low XYiclritu .Xu-lxlxr, llllllllllwfl' ,f f' llankvllwull. N lllfl.lfX M.XY KUIIX Xluuuuurs' l,L-:ngm-. l'.Hl'lllll Club. . -vim .'--'J ': ' : . -4. -, ...l . 'nun-, in ' H'- GK.M.'lf .NLM A KRIQIS 4710 In ".llmil"' vl:m':nrv :Xvc1uu-, IInlli1wu'c xlllfrlllll, .Xssnstaut I-.llm-r 1'-1 CRYS'l'.Xl.. KIIRI.-XM H. LE.-XGER Cllurclm Hill. Klurylzmrl Y. XY. C. A. Cluwrus. Hikiuf: Club. V , CORIXXE IiS'l'lil.l.Ii GILRHY l.l-QHXI-QR'l' 3009 Uaknwut .-Xvc-Iulc. llzmltimurc F1 'rum Club. CI..-XR.-X BERRY LEON.-XRIJ Hiking' Club, Rural Club. Trappu, Maryland 'l Y. W. C, A.. Sccti-ln Uliicur. . i J . I. ., 1, 0 . ' v Page fifty-one N xgqfl 1 " 'M , X ff I 9 , . r X .19 FANNIE KIARY LEVIN 2018 N. Mtimroc Strcet. Baltimtwrc Lcztgut- uf Young Voters. V FLORENCE LEVIN 2412 MCCUIIQI1 Strcut, Baltimuru Atltlctic Assuciatitm, V ROSE LEVIX 2-112 xlCCl1llUll Struct, Baltimore Yicu-Pruaiduxlt of Mummurs' Lcaguu, CRYSJPAI, Staif. V CAROLINE C. LUNG Zttlll I,fmgxwt,trl Street, Baltimore blur Club, Lcaguu ttf Young Ywtt-rs, Hockey. Y. XX V ll.-XIUQAIQET IQLLA LOXYIQRY ",l1urtlt"' Brcatllcclwillv, Maryland .C.A. 7 HILDA Nl.-XLllS-ON 21211 N. Pulaski Struct, Baltimore Lcuguu wt Yuuug Yutcrs. Ptlflt' fifty-tivo D iffiltifgzfftal ' fb L A W, X CTIX x u , l:1tIIi!l1HI'f IIN u lilllllwrfx' UXII x XIXRTIX mmm nr mrxlzmll Xfllu L1ll ld-kulhnll. II M.-XRTI X Marylnml CAULEY lialtiml irc wciativnl, H Lku SQ-ctnm 5 Ll KIcCAL'I.l twwlm, Marx 1 f -X. Clwir. I- r .YQ .Rl - gf .ab MARTHA BRONYN MCCONNELL A'BI't7Ti'I1lt1i' Havre dc Grace, Maryland Atlilc-tic Association. V ELEANOR McDOXALD 1134 Forrest Place, Baltimore Orchestra, Hiking Club. V CATHERINE LOUISE MCHALE "Kay" 2908 Ii. Pratt Street, Baltimore Glue Club, Hiking Club. V CHARLOTTE LEE MERRYMAN ",llz'Vry" York Road, Lutllerville, Maryland Basketball, Yollcy Ball. 7 DOROTHY RUTH MERXYITZ 'AP'a:-z'ua"' 4000 Ayrdalc Avenue, Baltimore lcavue of Younfr Voters Mummcrs' Lcavfue Hiking Club. D i D I 7 JANE MEYER 1015 Overbrook Road, Idlewylde, Maryland Mummers' League. Hockey, Volley Ball, Basket- ball. Scction Otlicer. Pagv jifly-fwfr' junior and Scnior Section Ofticcr. Hockey, 1 QE A.,-,,'.lS fL. 'QQ' fx.:-f . - ' ' - ""?' ,V . -if , 'ff-,L.v4jl 'btdrll - . , .. , ' In .. ' 6 , x ' 4 ., f ix --vw liL'11IiXl.'X .Xl 1lfl.l'. Xl l-IYICIQS tum SSW' l'axrk lla-iglmts .-Xvrnlxv. llznllim-'Vr l.m:1uuv 1-I' Xl-unu X,I'll'I'5, .-Xllmlm-lic .X-.lwixlli-'11 v Xl.-XRX lIl'.l.l'.X.'X Xlllll1l.l'.lHX XY:nlml--rf, Clmrlvs CIIUIIIX, Klarylaml Rural Clulm, Suctilm Utliccr. V' IZSTHER MILLER -Y . ,M-. , . lrllll X. Imran' blrcct. lwilltllllwfc Tnium' l,ljI,If Stat? . V IDA XI. MILLER 106 S. Pam-rsml Park Avcuuc. Bzxltim--ru Forum Club. League of Yuung Yr-ters. Mum- mcrs' League. V LIC.-KH GRACE MILLER ".llillm-" Hagcrst-fxm. Marylanfl Hiking Club, Iinckvy. Ban-hall, Rural Club Y. XY. C. .-X.. Suctiwn Utliccr. V LL'CILI.li MILLER "l.-'ftk1"' 512 Cuilff-rrl SXYCIIIIC. Hagurstmwl. Klarglaml EI8Frl13l..Hf'ICkk'j'. Easkvllvzlll. Baseball, Hiking Llub. Swimming Club, Y. XY, C, A, 4- le. 4, w-rl an Pays jiftygri: I' wifgffawf 6 'G- 19 3 MARJORIE IQLIZABIQTH M ILLIQR "1lIar'y" Clit-ftnnt and 'l'aylnr Au-iiiics, Parkvillc, Md. V VIRGINIA lf. MORIN "Ginny" 1511 Virginia Avcnuc, Hagcrstnwil, Maryland Sccrvtztry -if General Stnrlcnt Council 1929, Yiu--Prcsifluin of lit-arcling Stuclcnt Council. A IZYICLYN S. MORINGSTAR Lutlicrvillc, Maryland SUCIIHII Cll:l1CQI'. V RUSAMHXD MORTIMER Hmln-xwnfl Apartmunts, Baltinmrc V liI.I.liX MARGARIYII MURPHY M1110 Falls Rnacl, Mt. Nlhsliiixgtmi, Maryland IiIlSt'l1Zlll Tcznn, Scum-tary of I.caguc of Ynung X Iltvri. V VIRGINIA KLAXIC MYIQRLY i'Ski1l1fy" 2011 XYIPFICIIZIXYII IAVUIHIC, Baltimore Glu- Clnlw, Hiking Club. Lcziguu of Ynnng You-re. Yict--Prcsicluilt uf Cainplirc. Page jTfIy-.tif 'QR -E . ff- ' ' -.1-.-"Q ' E E 1? F Azv me Q- f M 5 iw--me X .X I .fflh ,Xlzuuulu lllwl.. llillllllllffl' 0' ,luuiur Sn-clil-u Clmiruuul, l'n-fiwlvul will lizny Slurlvlu C--uucil. Xluuum-rs' lmflgllc, Rh-u's illu- Club, lizm-bull, .-Xllnlvlic ll-v:u'vl. .-XXX l-. l'.l.ll.Xlll-.l ll X lk l'.l.N .1 ' SUI lluury ,-Xu-xmxlc, l'l:ngurflwu'1l. Xlznrylznuvl Glu' Club, Hiking Club. 'l'vuuis Club, Sucliv-:1 Ulbrcr, Y. XY. C. .-X., lluskctball, Sucrn-tary -if Allllcllf .-Xssuciznia-u. IIORUTHY IS.-XIIIQLLE NIC! ll,l. "fini" lb Klarylnurl :Xu-lu1c'. 'l'I-ws-ul, Klxxrylnuvl Glu' Club, Nluuu1n'rs' I.m-aguc. LOL.-X KATHERINE NOEL "lx'm"' S07 Hamcltou Rlvrl.. Hagcrstowll, Maryland Glcc Club, Tcuuis Club. Y. XY. C, .-X.. Baskrl- ball, Lcaguc uf Y'-uug' You-rs. XYIXIFREU M.-XRIE OLSON "ll'fu11iu" Sill Hamlut .-Xvuuuc, lflaltimfru l.L'3jIllC' of Yrmug' Yr-ters. Fire' Marshal. 155 'Kg .-XX X,-X P.-X LICES ".-Inn" ll-l S. Pattcrslm Park Avcluxc. llnltium-'Irv Clcc' Club, Luaglu- nf Y.-un: Y'-tn-rs. P11175 fffiy-.vu:'rn 'x REQ? I .XX A 1 ,J 3 is v cb I. a-Q'?fff't HELEN ANN PATZ "Patsy" 5507 Frankmer Avenue, Baltimore League of Young Voters. Athletic Association Totem' Ligflzf Staff. V ANNA DORIS PEARSON "Dot" Hagerstown, Maryland Glee Club, Athletic Association, Secretary of Y. XY. C. A., Section Chairman. V :XUDREY ELIZABETH PEELE "SIec'vfs" 5329 Belvedere Avenue, Baltimore V A USTIN PEREGOY "Par:-3-'J Upperco, Maryland Mens Representative of Boarding Student Council. Rural Club, Baseball, Basketball, Soccer. V RHODA HILDA PEREGOY "Pt'1'1'-v" Parkton. Maryland Section Officer, Y. XY. C. A. Choir. V THELMA YIRGIXIA PEREGOY 2928 Boarman Avenue, Baltimore Page fifty-ciylll Glu' Club. Glu' Club. 'm . ...,, ,- ,, 1 4 Zlaizgf' qi- V 'gggqifgfl' 5329- 9 Q I 9 gif 6 ' Kwai , '.- ,Q ' I lZI..'XXL'lll-1IS.'Xl3lil.l.liI'I-QIQKIXS 'l'-fuwnm. Xlanqlznwl Hiking Club, S1-cliwxm Ufriu-r. I-.IAA MAP. l'ILlxI'.ll I:1l1I'1f XYm.1llsi11u, xlllfjlllllli E, SL-rliwr S1-ctifln Uliicur. Y, XY. C, A.. Hikin: Club. L'niwn llriclgv. Marylaml Scniwr Skfiiwll UriEcur. HILU.-X M. POETZSCH -llfl Rwck faltll Ruarl. llZ1lti1'11f1rc' FREIJIQRICA li. POHLMYIQR ,,,,, 2318 XY, Lafaycttc .'xYL'llllt', flaltinlwrr JOHN C. PRIQTS 2801 f'lx'crl:mrl .'xYt'IHlk'. Hallirmwrc fd V 'A l I 1 -:H X . ' " , 'ff Pour jffij'-uixxf 'fe-af? fjs!'lf1 N555 XIXA GRACE RAMSHKRG 4502 Penhurst Avenue. Baltimore V MARY RIGBY READ Royal Oak, Talbot County, Maryland Marshal. Junior Section Chairman, Glee Club, Campfire, Hiking Club. Athletic Association. V CATHERINE E. REEDER nBvHyU Mapleville, Maryland Y. XY. C. A.. Glee Club. V MARGARET CECELIA REILLY "Reilly", U.lllc'l1t'IFln 13 Linden Terrace, Towson, Maryland Junior and Senior Section Chairman, Mummers' League, Yolley Ball. V ELOISE AXITA REXSHAXY Nanticoke. Maryland Rural Club. Hiking Club. V RUTH M. RILEY Snow Hill. Maryland Pnyt' sixty Qff 4. J, 1 I' , . MR. mggfial f 'Q ll ,f E Ls--.pg I"YlflYY l Iilllll-QY 1-1-I-If Nlnrnm, N-rm-rw! kwunt5 Xlnrylzunl Glu' Club, xlllllllllx'l'N' l.l'Il1llk'. Y, XY. U. .X. V' IJURUTHY Ill ll JYIIR RVJIZIXI-1'l"I'li "Hub" Lzmlmm, Princc Gui-rgcs County, Klarylzuul l'lUckc'y, Ilzxskcllwall, llzlsclxall. Hiking Clull Xlumnu-rs' l.n-:xgm-, Y. XY. C, A.. Svctiun fltllcvm' 7 I.ll.l.l.-XX Bl.-XE ROBINSON Hjlld-X'n 2353 Annap-mlis Ruud. lialtixmvru Xlummcrs' l.m'ng'l1c, Athletic .-Xswcizntirm. V ANNA KATE ROELKE 313 Boom- Strvct. Cumberland, xlZH'j'lZllNl Sccti-fn Otliccr. Glen Club. V MARY HOILYDAY Rf'JHRliR Funlcstrvwn. Maryland Sucrctary-Trcasurur nf Boarding Sturlcnt Gunn! cil. Junior SL-ctifm Hfticcr, Marshal, V ANNE ROSIQN S4103 Litcllliclrl .'xYL'IlllC, Haltinwrc I.L-agua 1-f Ynuug Yolqrs, Page .vi.x'ty-mu' x ,evjkwf .lx-I bf 591'-A 14 was is vw. l .13 DORGTHY GERTRl.'DIf ROSEN "GCN" 327 E. 28th Street, Baltimore Prcbiilunt of Glue Club, League of Youn Voturw, Mummurs' League. 7 SYLVIA ROSENRERG "1?iIIiv" 2411 XY. Lanvalc Street, Baltimore Glu- Club, League nf Ynung Yutcrs. V ESTI-Ilill Rf'JSEXI3l.L'M "Rzz.vly" 3202 Garrisml Blvd., llaltinmrc Glu' Club, Sccrctziry of Mummurs' Lcagu Lcagiu' uf Young Yntcrs, Huckuy. V Cf HRA ROVECAM P "Harry" NUM Ii Street, Sparmws Pniut, Maryland Mzirulial, Hiking Club. Section Chairman, V ANNE ROYER X A S 3911 Garrisun Blvd., Baltimore Mznwlial. LQ-agua of Young Votsrs. V MARCRHT RUTH Ri JYSTON "BNI" S18 li. li Sturt. Sparrows Pnint, Maryland Glu Cluli, Hwckcy, Hiking Club. ' l'uyv .vi.r!y-lun K 'QR - ,.. 01z3?71?5" -:gg . J. , elif- l bf '- U W L '-Ice SL'l-1 'l'. lQl'SSlil.l. "Sift"- JK I't-nm5lx':uu:i .XYl'llllL', lwuwii, Xl:n'5l:tn1l Nlatrxliztl, Rural Clnli. .Xtlilvtic ,XW.t'i:tti1-n, St-ctinn Cliziirnizni. V ifiui-im ,x. RL"l'IflKli "IfriI:" -H00 Kcswick R-wail, H:xltii111u'c Ft-rum Clnli, I.t-:iutic Hi Ye-ung Yntrrs. Svctif-n S1-cial Cliztirinztn. 7 JOSIQPII tl. RYHICKI "Skip" IWUS GI-ufgli Struct. flaltininrc T .-XDELE M. S.-XLZMAX "Slim" X A E Zfwl'lS Qut-cn Anne Road, XYintlsnr Hills Xlctnhcr-at-large nf Student Cwvnncil, Scctinn Stvcial Chairman, Rlumniurs' Luaguc, Atlilt-tic Association. V CELI.-X SAXIJLIQR 212 X. XYasl1inf1t1nt Struct, Baltitnnrt- I.t-:iguc -if Young Y-vtcrs. V PAULIXE SCHLAILE "Fully" ZHU4 New Pittsliurgli Avtnuc. Dundalk, Mil. Hiking Club. Atlllt-tic .-Xssnciatilm. St-Ctif-n Ufticcr. Pugh' .fi.1'Iy-Ilirn' 'ft "i'2'3E K' 1 igf' 9 ,149 I l DOROTHY D. SCHXVATKA "Dot" Crislicld, Maryland Y. XY, C. A., Section Oliiccr, Rural Club. V LILLIAN SCOTT "St'0ifi0" 5014 Greenspring Avenue, Baltimore Hiking Club, Hockey, Vollcy Ball, Basketball Manager, Athletic Association Board Tower Light Staff. V KATHERINE VIRGINIA SEITZ "Ginny" -lSUl E. Hamilton Avenue, Raspcburg, Md. V P R FANNIE SENKER or-:q w 3706 Mcnlo Drive, Baltimore V EDITH H. SHA PIRO MEM.. 50.3 N. Clic-sta-r Strc-ct. Baltimore Muntmers' Lt-agua-, League of Young Voters, CRYSTAL Staff. V ESTHER INEZ SHAPROVV Parkvillc, Maryland St-Ction Qfliccr. Page sixty-foilr Qx tz? qu ,if X lr I4 fl? 51 ' 1 -.flffffi 'L , rascal ' 4, C- L., '- rv " ' U - - - 3,46 in ' 1-1'l'lllil. Nl.'Xli Sllll.liY ,. z H- 'YPWY1 "lf!l1" XXX-fx :Xiiii:ipnlif. xlllfjlilllll Glu' fluli, Y, 11. L. X. Flillil J.-X Sll.Y1iRkI.'XX l'I'If: -1155 llalrylnplu .-Xvcnuc. lialliiiinrc v . . , . . 1.1-agus nl Xnnng X-itcrs. lmrnm Llnh. FLORENCE SISKIXIJ 1501 Cnviiigt-ni Struct. 1'Zaltini-,rv Hockey, Hiking Clulm, I.L-agua of Ynuiig' Yun-rs. MII.lDR1ilfJ DORSEY SKIXXER Port Rcpublic. Calvert CUl1l11j'. Maryland Rural Club, Y. XY. C. A., Atlilctic Assnciatimi. FRANCES E, SMITH , 1531 Abliuttstim Struct, Ealtimore Athletic Association. .1 L'LI.-X SPEDDEX Cambridge. Maryland LYHHUC Of Young Voters. Athlutic Ass-fciatifm. X. 11. C. .-X. Pagv .ri.rty-fire "Flnr'm1:" "S'kir1m'r" "Fmm'l"' "fntI'y" ti ff! C wi s'6"QE -2955? 19 MARGARET R. SPELLISSY "Shell" 255 N. Fulton Avenue, Baltimurc limlitnr fri CRx'S'rAI,, junior and Senior Si-ctinn Cliairman. Forum Club, League of Young Yntcrs. Hiking Club. V HELEN ARIELIA SPICER "Sf1'rvr" Towsoii, Maryland V MARGARET TEMPLE STEVENS nSfL'I'f.'u Sucllcrsvillc-. Maryland Camptiru, Rural Club. V G. ANNA STIFFRIAN 2608 Quantico Avenue. Baltimore Forum Club. League uf Yrrung Voters, Klum- incr! Leagm-. V NURKIA Y. STRASBCRGER 24011 Eutaw Place, Baltimore Furuin Club, Athletic Association. V GEORGIE ANNA STREETT Bradsliaw, Maryland Payv si.1'Iy-six .G l - lk i - 1 wi- 1Z+,5.Qfw U 5 iw--if 4 P'l"l'1 l SYIQXIDSHX .NIU bwnlln-rn .'Xi'L-lim-. iwllilllllrvlk' Svlliflr Scdivvll iliiik'l'F. v 1 ' N NANCY Iil.IZAHli'I'H SXYAIXIC , ".Y1Illi'n"' . ' V fi' 'Q . -Wm llcnniurc .'xYQllllL', lfziltiniwru " 'Q ,Q J v if A M.-XRGIQRY 'l'AYI.f'1R ".UL11f5lU" lll S, .-'krtizan Struct. XYillianispurt. Maryland Y. XY. C. A. Cabinet ML-inhcr. Glcc Cluh, Hiking Clnh. H-lckcy. V M.-XRCELLE THOMAS 509 XYiIlis Struct. Cambridge, Marylaml Y. XY. C A.. Suctinn Oniccr. V MARIE THOMAS V "Tnrnn11'C" XYm,ullawn, Maryland .-Xtlih-tic .-Xssnciatifni, Y. XY. C, .-X. Y" Paglr .ff.l'fj'-.h'I'L'I1 wa- A31 5 - lc HlfI.EN AGNES TITTIQR "Tim,-" Cllcsapcakc City, Maryland X A E. Y. XY. C. A., Orchestra, Rural Club, Secretary? mf Marshals, CIu's'r.x1. Staff. V ANNA R. TROIYI' 128 Moslwr Street, Baltimore Fruasurc-r of Leaguc of Ynung Yotcrs. V MILDRED TXYIGG HT"Zi'Ifl1lIl'H Cumberland, Maryland Y. XY. C. A., Suction Ofliccr. V VIRGINIA DARE VAXVTER ..I-ily.. Highland, Maryland V NELLIIQ KATHERINE IYALLACE --.x'.f11" Laurel Grove, Maryland Y. NY. C. A., Junior and St-ninr Section Olllcur. V XIiI.I.IIf A. XYARD g Paris, Calvert County, Maryland Y. XY. C. A. Page .sixty-eiglzt ...f Q 1." ".y -'Q 'E' f + C-rf .f f- ff LGQQS Q: . 4.f:. e.f z. f. .1 '.-.-- ,QQ A Y -4.2fi4f'L.'f 1. f , jr' 4- , r ,.0-. Q , . G, r 3. , lu, E ' ' - 2, ...W lil lSl-I MAR Y XY lil.l.S ll rllxn' llilfkltill, Nlnrylmul V Alllllli l.HL'lSl-IWlll-Il'1l.l-.li 51.1 4 Glyxullm. xlllfjlllllll Glu' Club, Y, XY. C. .'X,. Athletic .-Xw-cizuil V HELEN Gl2R'l'RL'Dli XYHlilil,lil4 fppcrcu, Rlarylaml Y. XY. C. A. V ,l.-XXE l.ORlf'lAT.-X XYHEFLER "l,l1l1v'i."' TOS :Xpplutwvn Strcvl. Haltimnrc Svcllwll OlllCcr. V BIARIAX lil.lZABl2'l'H XYHlilfl.lili Tmyglm. Maryland ,luninr :mcl Sunil-r Svctirm Ufficur. V MARGARET XYHI'I'l-1 ".lf1l1'gl4'u 135 li. XYasl1inQtnn Strcut, Hagcrstfvwn, Klfl, Hiking Club, :Xthlutic Asswcizntifm. Y. XY. C. A., Marshal, Hockey Tcam. Haskuthall 'I'uam, Yullcy Hall Tcam. Tfi QF' ' '43-'.' l A 'll xiii' x lf fl ... .Xl 4' r E'-Q 'i-:fx ' , , VS, Pagr .vixty-nim' X X'e .i5' A A+-ff PEARL MAE XYILHACCK "Jim" Parkville, Maryland Turwr Liglzl Staff, CRYSTAL Staff, Section Ofnccr. V HELEN YIOLA XVILKINSON "ll'iIky" Bethesda, Maryland Hiking Club, Y. XY. C. A. V MILDRED F. XYILLIAMS "Mil" Hurlock, Maryland Hockey, Hiking Club, Tennis Club, Section Cfliccr. V MILDRED THOMAS XVILLIAMS "flIi1" 6 E. Maple Avenuc, Overlea, Maryland Junior Section Chairman, Hockey. V RUTH XVILLOCGHBY 3609 Mohawk Avenue, Baltimore V MARY SUSAN XYINDSOR HSIIFH Ycnton, Snincrset County, Maryland Y. W. C. A. Pagv svzwz ly l.n-ugm' uf Y--uug Yun-1'i. Ulu' Clulw. Y. XY. C. A.. llikiug Clulw. lhnclwall. llaskcllmll. House Prcslflcut uf Xcwcll Hall. Hiking Clulv. Tunuis Club. ,luuiur Scctiuu Iflfiiccr . luuiur and Sk-ui-wr SQ-ctiuu Ofticur. Y. XY. C. A. I - ll-3333? ff- , -+3 ff ij!-gxfl ' 1 Q 'A., " , If -' ' 1- H" QI 6 - f -- -, ix-Um Xl.-NNN RH5l'.:Xl.ll.'X XXlhl'.Xl.-XX 2-ll-3 lf. Ulivvr SIFCVI. l1:1ltuu1-rv MARY Xl.'XlUl.4XlQl-fl' Z.'Xk'l'l.AXlil.AXS Hzlllflln lfxuuutslmurg, Xlzarylnufl CH.-XRLIQS XX'Hl.lflf "L'Iz.vlly" 721' Xcu'il1gt--u .'xYL'llllL'. llallixuurv RUTH WU! 7I.I.liX Hurl-iwck, llarylaufl a V MARY LDL' XYORRELI, nGijljllL'.f" R-lcks. Harford Cuuuty. Marylzmfl V MARY I.UL'ISli ZSCHIQSCHIC k .llury Lon - 702 NY:zlmxt Au-mln. llalluunrc l '- xy 4,35 - Q . 42' .V l . . - X A ' . - A 'l'Ji:'1.5fII I"rcs1llv.-Ill nl hum-ral bturlvul C4-uuul. l.k'Il2lIL' '4 -1 , uf NIUIIIIK YUISFS. '-5. U A' ,. , , Y- .Ga WT- .' 1. 1. li -.M 4 A? 'I 'YZA D 'T f ' 5-ff"-"" . aan f Pagn' .vvrvrlfy-mn' 1 F n I F 3 . ,ii ' 9 F. x --'F--f-":!f.i:'l..-" etfalff 4' Qlan 'llluu llntuqine H0 X s .lli.v,v Tull without. "Now will you quietly pass out .llixx .llnnn without "llow about 500 more subscriptions and Slllllllll wi-rtli of 'ads' .llr. ll'orlft-I without his millon-dollar smile? .X rvriuin geography teacher talking of only geography in class? .llr. .llinm'gun with pale cheeks? .llixs c.l'l1f7fI't'l' at 200 pounds? A rvxf room in which you could study? .llixy ll't'yforll1 without her head tones? .411 Iliv faculty attending a Damrosch Concert? .l-Ii.v.v ll'0odtt'urd "infuriated with ire?" .llixs Osborn thinking the library was quiet enough for study? tllixs .lfrdtvvdvjf without her cheek marks? .lIr. Fisrlivr' making a speech without blushing? .Ju ort'lic.v!ra to play in the auditorium at lunch time? Tin' ,vfudmzt with 5 .-Ys on her report. crying bitterly because she received B in her sixth subject? .llixx Comm: without her "Primary Sources .llixs Curley without her famous notices-"XX'ill you come to the Registrars Ollice as soon as possible ?" A xfafionx reference room with 1009f-all talking!" .llixx Bader agreeing with Breasted? Mrs. Stapleton without "The Swineherd"? Narnia! School providing taxis for day students? .4.rst'n1111y with movies-10072 technicolor-10051 all dancing and all singing? Stttdviit-Ivtirlziitg without problem children and a tuning fork? .llisx Srarlmrougli without, "Now girls, we shall do tt'lmt?" People in a tire drill coming down the right stairs? The .vtzulvnt who starts units and term papers the day they are assigned? Bran soup from Normal's cafeteria with a bmi: in it? .-1 .vlzulvnt who doesn't say at least one "well" when stalling for time? .Yormal Srlmol absolutely vacated by every student by 3.05 some day? The girl who tells the teacher you have had the same assignment twice? An escalator from the basement to the second floor? "THE CRYsT.xL" without this enlightening page? ll'lmf you'd mix.: if you didn't know Charlotte BI. Freeman and Catherine Mel-lale. Page .rt't'cnily-Ilia-rt' N v -as D '19 s, . . fix 4:"" A '4 X, 5x Q ' 5' . -as T: -, " sf -'f f: i 3 .L .Q - , 1. I GJ I 1 - I , 19 ilirupljctin: i'j31'U1llJ1I1TlID11IP1If5 YSTERIIPFS-llTOLXlillg-Ellf heavily laden with the perfume of Oriental in- cense-a figure, shrouded, peering intently into a crystal not yet clear- s- slowly the haze disappears and the crystal clears. Fate has lifted a veil from the years to come, revealing to eager eyes her long kept secret plans. The Future is the Present! Lol john Fischer as State Superintendent of Education is expounding a new educational principle, namely, the introduction of "jazz" into the elementary school to make geography live. llixample: Hawaiian Bluesj. Eddie Goldstein and Lou Cohen, both with D. F. A. tDoctor of Free Activityj degrees, have established a modern school which specializes in teaching the children exclusively thru their decorative instincts. George Neumeister, Germany's john Dewey, advocates the Snitzelbank system of teaching-a world renowned system. Phil Aaronson, now on the stage. in his spare time may he heard acquiring vocal train- ing as a train announcer, jerry Denaburg land not Lawrence Tibbettt shortly appears at the Lyric as the world's greatest baritone. Professor XYilli:tm Kinnersly has just recently discovered the tenth planet of our solar system. The "Danclv Dozen, lnc.." lalso known as the "Goldstein-Janie Traveling Showuj is reappear- ing in Baltimore. and includes some of the best singers and tap-dancers in the United States. Frank Fowhle is a successful sports editor of the "New York Times," while Helen 'Litter has become staff photographer. Une of the outstanding inventors of the day is Pete Kepler, inventor of the fifth string of the ukelele. Austin Peregoy is at present much in demand as a harmonica soloist, although his main job is coaching the "Black Sox". Ruth XYoollen has become the first woman umpire of the American League, while Mary Dunn is now the foremost authority of me-n's basketball. Mary Hrookhart is an outstanding orator on the subject of women's rights. Libby Baughman plays the position of 'drawback' on the .Xll .Xmerican Hockey Team, while "Lefty" Miller is the manager, Lillian Scott is one of the world's most daring stunt flyers. llea jones. retired, fbenetit of Teachers' Retirement Fund! is busily engaged in writing a book on "The Comforts of Qld Age" Fsther Benesch, the world's greatest dramatic soprano, sings "because she loves to sing." Frieda Ruthke is lfsther Benesch's only rival. Lois Helm has just revised the Hagers- town Almanac, showing much intere-t in a quiet life. Fivelvn Schaeffer teaches "history of ed." at the Towson State Normal School. Virginia Morin is a well-known authority on the art of public-speaking. Loretta XYheeler, her am- bition at last realized, has developed a tvpe of asparagus growing a tip at either end. 'llhelma Damm, editor of 'IX History of lfducation in Maryland." has received valuable assistance from .Xnna Kaiser. a now famous "note" editor. llertha Kappler has gone in for acrobatic dancing seriously. Fannie Dryden is employed regularly by XYBAL as program manager, and it is through her offices that Kay Klcllale, Al ,lolson's only rival, is heard. Charlotte Freeman Puyv .vrzwily-foto' 14 J if -3:7-:Q 1,5 C.. A 'rg-.r1,i4jL. 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XY:1s it Il fll'CZllN? Xxllllll XY1' Nllllll 51-cl Payv scrciity-fi:'e -2 .- -"' n vlfiiln-"y-". v- 4- ap... I.: .r- -1 it-us -4 'Q -4' v- " 7- '1- -'A-1n"g4'v-',.,"...f H.. L. Q -l",f'AVL x- 'K '- 'tr' 'L 'H 7- 2 'S-I:-wi' B n .. ,rx-"Sr . iw .2 - ..'-.5-Q53 1 'fiii 'fi-if J' -1 r- , r" , J '..':Lr..'..:j..'.rj37j -.. ., . Q 9 'fl P5 1-43 if-'iv 3' ' ',:i?f":'2.'Q2Af -37-L 'f 4,n,,n U..-,. .T 1. ., :-2 . ' :" 'im' ' P .. .a v ' '11, 1' Glass nf 1931 ,- 1: 197' rv gf -- ',.5t 4 ...... .. I q 1V.,Eg7.,1.,1vqiJ:, ii ia if W Q 'AF-is qelalgiug "3l" lft'l':ii.s' tulrlirt' fronz "KI" l:oHo'It'f!tll1tf l1t1:'t' ,vnlllv fun Turmoil rin' is .YHllIl't'l' -N' lfullx Vflljl ul lllilla' und tlmfl lu' luht' C'T didn't take "Bl" long to find out about the rules and regulations nl' "Normal" life. l'ens and lIolL'lnmlis in hand we noted first the following !' things about our .Xlma Mater: location of tennis courts, where the gym was and-meal times. Oh yes! The "Bill of Rights". and "Sl" wished to know whose riglllf before the two weeks of its duration was up. Bly! we had some queer looking' students those days. No one knew how to dress! XYhat with a black and a white stocking, long hair worn down the hack with a huge hair rihhon and having to walk around the soccer tield backwards.-"3l" is waiting for little "SZ" with anticipations. The tirst school dance was quite a success-all the juniors were there and with that experience were becoming accustomed to that "Dear Old Normal Days" environment. "Sl" isn't all frivolity! XYe had an election. Before we knew it we had a president and all his train. XYe picked as our head man. Louis Startt. with Paul Cooper as vice-president, Edith Little as secretary. Howard Iivans as treasurer. and Shirley Neale. social chairman. To show that we meant to tackle our chosen profession with a vengeance we chose as our motto Chaucer's "Gladly wolde we lerne: gladly teche". with green and gold as our class colors and the tea rose as our Flower. Oh. I must tell you! XYe really got a thrill when we had our mothers here for the week-end. XYe strutted and pointed with pride to our Alma Mater. Theres that matter of Halloween too. The girls were frightened-why there were clammy hands. weird noises and-the best time ever! Surprises, you cz-1n't guess what happened next! XYe just had time to draw a big breath when Christmas came. XYe had in our old English entertainment: Saint George and the dragon. a court with Lords and Ladies and everything to make it a memorable event. The dormitory juniors could put in a good word for the old English dinner held there. The atmosphere created was so perfect as to take one back-back to the Tudor days. The beauty of it was breath taking and the taste-yum. yum! Let me now tell you the words that throughout the whole year created more hope in our. the juniors' hearts than any others. XYe had as usual the Junior-Senior girls competitive meet. XYhen, with hated breath we were waiting for the decision, our beloved principal said. "If I were the -luniors I should be so excited,"-you can imagine how we felt and then-but if I were the Seniors I should be more excited!" We had lost. but then weren't the winners our Big Sisters? So. let our Junior days he unforgettable. JEAN 3IcL.xt'un LIN. Ptljlt' .vcrwily-.vt':'m if WW Qiuilhiug Qs AQYPIIIIJIP . 1 Iv1riI1l1'1' lv11iIfiL'fI 41 lf'111j1I4', lh'TUHHQNU iffuhh ynuv and 5hHl lUHurxfuufgh1dnxiunlfnfhrx .PHI fu,vh1'011rd to work his will. Jlvu add uxfhvy mmu hx handy "1l xhfdf hviwv' h1nrn'rfvfuxu Cfrmlf is thy .vl.'1'II, U I7IIfIlfl'l'S Th5'fuuu'xhhN rndurr for uyau .1 h1u7uv'lHfUdvd a hvnflv H'Hh hninyfnulinhnhv auf. Ijltlllllfllg vurh urvh with fafivlzrv. I.41-vialg 60011 stone with fwayvr. Nom' fwnisvd hvr 1t1I!'t'USf1If1 vforts N0m'kHHUIf hm'nwuMUuspMn, For thc fC'lIIf'1F fhr' tvarlzvr Imildrd If'ax unsfvn h3'thr fyfs of uzau. C0110 -is fhr Ivzfildvfs ft'IIlf7I!'V, Crunddvd Udo Ihr dust: 1,079 has cuvlz stufvly pillar, For vonxundng ruxt lfut thc ivuzflv thr fvachvr lu1Udvd UYHhmfnhM'Mvagm1wM For that hvuzftffzfl zn1.vvc'11 fflllflt' lx u rhihfx innnnrhd xouh Snuccrm k Pugv svrczzty-viglzl K Cgrgauizaiiuns A-..-. -an-nuns-va-mai RIARGARET R. SPELLISSY Editor-in-Chirf PEARL WILHAUGR CHARLOTTE FREEKIAN ROSE LEVIN HELEN TITTER EDITH SIIAPIRIQI Cffrgsial Staff Circzflation Mazzagcvzv Bzzsincss Manager j. FRANK FOWBLE .4d2'crti5iIzg .1IC11ltlgf'l'S LEAH RIILLER Ari Edilors P,-XLYL XYAFFE RIARGARET A NGERMA N Plzotografvlzy BLANCHE PERKINS Typing flldlldgillg Edifor .ALICE L, MVN N ALMA KREIS Associate Editor LILY ERNST ESTHER BEIERFELD M URIEL Fox :XDELE SALZ MAN xvIRGINI.'X MYERLI' Pngv viglzfy Clzzcf Evmvx SCHAIEFFER Social FANNIE DRX'DEN SYLVIA ROSENBERG XYIRGINIA McCAL'I.I2v ESTHER Baxzzscn FRIED.-x R Urn KA mhz Tamer 'light Staff nltliletirs JEROME DEN.-XBERG LILLIAN Scori- Tyfing Staff ANNA R1scHKA Bzzsiizcss Jlanagvr SAMUEL :XCREE Cirfulatioiz .llaaiagmw rldvcrtixizzg Staff THoA1As HEXRR' flxsoriulv BIARY H A N Liiv Jnkvs EDWARD GOLDSTEIN KATH ERINE Cn URCH DOROT H v FLEETWOOD HELHX P.-vrz NETTIE EISENIIERG CHOOL magazines are usually something one tolerates. They are somewhat in the nature of a necessary evil. Une has a school-one has a school " magazine. lt just is. But the Town' Liglzl has always tried to have, in itself. a reason for being. It has tried to be a professional magazine for a professional school. lt has consistently endeavored to he a claritier of ideas and a medium for expression of educational interests and activities. The 'I'0:n'vr iight has taken its name seriously-it aims to he another light shining from formal. Pagf' ciglifj'-Ori? 9 -an-. Flite Gbeneral ggllllhkllt Qluuncil PI't'Sl.Lit'lIf AIARY LoL'1sE ZSCHIESCHE l'iu'-P1'r.v1'dt'l1f S6'l'l't'llUl'3' RICRIEI. Fox DoRoTHx' Hays EVERAL things stand out in the work of the Students' Association for Cooperative Government for the year 1929-1930. At Christmas time, we, with the cooperation of other organizations made it possible for us to celebrate, as a student body, Christmas in real old English style. The celebration was a delivhtful succes' b s. Our most serious work has been with our school honor system. Through thoughtful group discussions we have been able to touch nearly every student. Our basic idea is. of course, to establish attitudes and feelings in each individual. XYhatever success we may have attained, we hope, may have a lasting' effect on the ethics of all future student bodies at Normal School. Page Eighig-two ll l I I l l I I A I I I u I r l l 1 Pug Ugiuhrlti Qnuncil P 1't'.vidCl1 I GEORGE NIiL'SlliIS'I'IiR. -IR. l'icr-Prmxridvlzf .S'vcr'vtu1'y-f1'm1.v1o'rr Furizll-v .'lzlz'i.vw' BIILDRED Davis .-Xxxw C.xxiPBEi.i. .XNITA Dowiiri, f"fHI-I Day Student Council has. we hope. successfully carried on work that Gy lmrings our school nearer its goal of perfection. By always doing our share. in foreseeing difficulties. meeting prohlems squarely and promptly, cooperat- ing with the faculty and other councils, we have accomplished our aim in making the Day Student Council a useful and integral part of Normal School Life. .X council that is dependahle and wise in gathering up the threads and weaving them into cloth accurately. yes. even painstakingly, creates a model, imperfect though it may he, so that in the future. classes may work from our pattern until wisdom dictates changes leading still nearer to ideals. Page riglity-tlzrvr !. , 5, 4 4. Q. .L Ghz Purmiinrg agihthrni fllnunril Presidmzt LoIs HELBI Vice'-President Richmond House President VIRGINIA NIORIN HELEN DIEHLLIAN Secretary-Treasurer Newell Home President NIARY ROHRER RUTH XVOOLLEN HE Dormitory Student Council, together with the students, and the dormitory staff, plan the life in the dormitory. Due to the splendid cooperation of the students and the student com- mittees, we have been able to attain high standards of living, and to provide a programme of social events in the dormitory. Some of the most outstanding events of the year are the monthly birthday parties, the Old English Christmas Dinner, the Sunday afternoon teas, and the theatre benefits. This year we are financing a billiard table. ln the fall a radio was put in the dormitory for the enjoyment of the students. lx' XYe wish the future council the best of luck and success in all its under- ta 'ings flwn' figlrly-fnzn' Else Glllll Presidrnt GERTRUDE RosEN Vice-President Scrrctary Librarian BERTHA H. IKAPPLER NIARGARET DE Horr BIARGARET .ADAMS Dircrtor Miss EM MA NVEYFORTH HE first performance of the Girls' Glee Club was given at the Baltimore City College for the State Teachers' Convention. The Mens Glee Club enter- tained during the Mothers' XYeek-End program. Since then our efforts have been combined to make a Glee Club of mixed voices, and the effect has been so gratifying that we hope it will carry over to coming years. The Glee Club sang for the Govans' Christmas Community Singing and for our own Normal School Christmas Festival. Then came Miss Tall's teas for faculty and students. at which members of the Glee Club entertained. The Orchestra and Clee Club broadcasted from Station NYCAO on March 7. Our efforts were well repaid by telephone messages and letters of congratulations. The Glee Club has again been asked to participate in the Klen's Revue and following that we end the year with the beautiful Baccalaureate and Com- TIICIICBIITCIH l'l1llSlC. The Glee Club, with all its work has found time to have a supper and dance. 'lhe year has been most enjoyable and successful. Page vighty-fiat' S Ffrxi I'1'0I1'11,v IELE.-INDR AIACDON.'XI.h Vz'I'c-Prv.viIlI'11l SLATER HRILINT IXNNE SAUTER JACK IQRAYETZ 5Cf1'I'fI11'Qv- Y'1'I'IIx111'I'1 CQUHII .X N N B I'RDET'I' If Ilan HELEN TITTI-IR .Stl.l'0f7!IUII Cx I.II.I.I,xN SPRI Nun ,IN BIAYNARIJ H.XRPI'IR Qgrrlgesira SL't'0Jllf Iv1'0II'JI.V DORIS LEITIEIALSIZR EDITH SPENcER LUIS KREINIIEDER DIIROTIIY SCIIIEE TJ'1lII1f't'f.x' LILY ERNST 1'Il't'.YfdUIlf LEROY RuI.I.INsDN Lfl71'tll'i1lll VIRGINIA .I,xRIam2 flffjllll DOROTIIEA BuI.I.INuER Piano LEONA. PARKS Third I'i0I1'11.v JEAN XYILLER EDITH STR0xIIaERG 'II-ZAN .-XBRANIS .Uclloflmlzr LEWIS STARRT Drzmzx SIDNEY SIDENEERI: Dircvtor M155 Emu PRICKETT . IIIN 1,IrgzIIIiz:ItfmI exists for the "joy in the working" as evidenced by the almost 10042 attendance at each performance and rehearsal. It adds to the haplnness of the school as well as to that of imlividuals by playlng for various school affairs. Page viylzly-.vf.1' I Q I I i Qflgi Qilplizt Sigma 'ilraierniig X A E I'z'r.ridv11f P.,xR1.Er Herr, 1025 I 'in'-Pi'v.vidv11f St'U't'lt1ry Trvt1.r1H't'r REGINA Slliirmkri. 1925 1.ut'1s1i BICNNER. 1030 HELEN Nieors. IUZS 1 Sclmlarship. has, since its organization in 1'P25, lmnilt in a memhershit wlmse representatives are in nearly every part ut the state. THIQ Chi .Xlpha Sigma Fraternity. standing for Character. .Xchiex'ement. ancl C , 1 l The meetings take the form uf reunions. The nrst rlinner meeting this year was helcl at the Mount Royal Inn in Baltimore with Ur. Hnfurfl 'lulmsun as speaker. The mirl-winter meeting was convene-rl in the clurinitury of the selnml. Miss Tall and 'Miss Cmvan gave delightful talks on the intricacies uf euinpiling a hook. The final meeting of the year will he held in -lnne at the home ni Bliss Tall. The fraternity is lfiuking furwarrl tu efuvperatiiig in the wurk ui Xrlult liclncation in our state. Page vigflzly-xr:'m Elin arsltals IIE M,'XRSH.XI.Sl XYhu are they? XYhat do they do? .Ks the name implies, I marshals are always on duty during assemblies. Marshals have a variety uf duties: they plan the seating of sections in the assembly: they help to see that everything runs smoothly during that half hour in the audituriumg they lend their aid at various activities which require ushers: and they are ready to assist whenever their help is needed. However. the must delightful duty of the marshals is that of ushering at cummencenient. That is a real pleasure! The marshals. with the guidance and helpful advice of Miss Vaiiliiblmer willingly assume their nuineruus responsibilities. Pdgli' i'l5Iflfj'el'i!fllf ' 4.15 Q Glyn: 352515112 of 713011115 lint X.IRGINI.-X Gans Pl'c.v1'4lv11l TH1iLxI.x DAMM X-IRGINIA Hlciiiiv l'fu'-Pruxvitlcill T1'va.v11rrr PFS l'il.l.IfN BlL'RPllY Srcwftiry ff'Hli most profitable. and inciclentally. the most interesting thing in :mv or- QIL ganization is advancement. The League of Young bv two outstanding accomplishments: it has snccee spirit of the alnmnae by selecting the College Club as a for all on four occasions. It has introrlueefl the open f Yoters has provefl this derl in reviving the loyal onvenient meeting place orum stvle of meeting. 'l'his gives all members an equal opportunity to voice their opinions. suggestions, anrl criticisms. Nothing contributes so arlerpiatelv to Z1 rl League of Young Yoters has furnished manv interesting for its forums ancl assemblies. The members anrl faculty concefle that The League of the most important factors in extra-curricular activities lhylt' cifllzfy-uint' , ' ' P ' C'lllllCI'I1llC SUCIEIY. lllC anfl worthwhile speakers of Young Yoters lr one Ghz glllfulltnters' 172215112 1929-19313 OFFICERS Pl'C5fdUll' PHILIP DI. :XARONSON Sl't'l't'flIl'3' Vive-P1'rx1'c1'v11f T1'ca5zu'f'r EsTHER RosENBLL'x1 Rosii LEVIN EDWARD GOLDSTEIN HE Mummers' League has concluded a most successful season as far as plays and social activities are concerned. The League has given two one-act plays. The first of these was "The Ghost Story" by Booth Tarkington presented by senior members of the club. The second play was "Bargains in Cathay" by Rachel Field. Everyone will recall the subtle humor of the former and the excellent acting in the latter. This spring the League will present its annual three-act play. At the writing of this article, the name has not yet been de- fCl'llllllCfl. The Munnners' League owes its successful year to its honorary adviser, Mrs. Stapleton and to the honest endeavors of interested members. The depart- ing Seniors wish the League a most happy and successful future. Page ninety Qliural Qlluh Donor Hx' Em NS Prcsidclzf RUSSELL KEPLER RUBY GILES LE.-KH KIILLER I'icc-Prcsidcnt Secretary Social Chairman EVAN BowERs Treasurer HE purpose of this organization is to promote and develop an interest in rural work and activities. Such as will confront us in our new situations as teachers. To carry out this purpose we hold meetings every two weeks. Our meetings are of three types: business. educational, and social. Speakers have addressed us during the year on the subjects of: Education, Libraries, Health, and Child Labor. Our most important social event is the annual dinner held in the Newell Hall Dining Room. at which time we have a speaker well informed on important and present-day educational problems relating to rural work. Our club has within it much musical and dramatic ability. Page nim'f,i'-om' 1-168313 , . . v forum Qlluh P1'csidr'11f YIRGINIA BRANNAN I'z'rv-P1'r.vit1u11f SCw'vfa1'y Faculty .'1d'Z'l.SFI' .rXnIi1.r: S,n.zn.xx Iisrnmz BIERFELD Miss HARRIET BAUER L - mi Forum is one nf the infant clubs of Normal School. XYith only a small I membership we have had to work hard to keep our club alive. Our meetings have had to he squeezed in on days when the numerous other organizations have not had meetings, for our members have varied interests. However, after two years of hard work to win a place for ourselves, we feel that at last The Forum has made a name for itself at Normal. We want as many new members as pos- sihle to join with us next year. Junior girls and men! The Forum invites you to become a part of the only club at Normal that meets for the sole purpose of dis- cussing openly all topics of current interest. Page 11ir1t'Iy-lim I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Ghz QI. gli- faliiuci PrU.r1'dt'11f 3l.xnELIx1-I H.XRSllNl,XX I'icc-P1-miffl-111 Srl-rvfm--v Tl'Fl7.V1U'L'l' lQiLlZ.XBliTll Crsslir. Doms li'Ii.XRsuN EVA I'R.xNKl.lx Clmjn-I Igmii-1' Silltilitll Clu11'1'1m111 IQVELYN Rom-:Y Hwziir. IlRlfl'fN fINliTY-FIDVR niemliers markefl the opening of our new Y. XY. C. .X. year. 2 .X "Go to Church" campaign and "The Pastors' Rt'CEllIlllllH were spmiwrwl Q hy the urgzmizatimi to help the 'luninrs tn get acquainted with the vari-wus Towsmi ministers, anrl to help start the year with the "l14m1e-like" attiturle. 'lihe annual Christmas Bazaar was Z1 great success. as have zilsn been nur Chznwel SCfVlCf'5-fllli bein! eviclencerl tlirfinugli the large ZlIIC'I'HlZ1l'lCCS fill XYL-flnesrlny mornings. XYe intenfl tu send part of the new cabinet In Il Spring Cabinet Train- ing Conference. .XS Z1 final event nf the year there will he V1 picnic fm' the en- tire group. Iyllglvf liilirl-I'-ll:v'.',' 40' Heil Y ,..,. c . . ,V V .1-as I 6 1 .L V Ullte QI. Qllqnir HE Y. XY. C. .-X. Choir. though only a small organization in membership, con- tributes much toward making the Yesper Services sponsored hy the Y. XY. C. .'X. each Sunday evening, more etifective and beautiful. Under the directions of Miss Prickett, the Choir meets once each week to plan and practice its selections for the following Sunday. That it is a true joy to he one of this little hotly can he veritiecl by the fact that there is always whole- liearted. reliable, voluntary attendance at both rehearsals and Yesper Services. The present choristers are: Yirginia Morin, Lois Helm, Eleanor Harbaugh. Dorothy Fleetwood, Miriam Leager. Yirginia McCauley, Twila Brotemarkle, Mary Shenton. lfsther XYelJer, .Xnne Saathoff, and Evangeline Harvey. P11510 nim't-V-fum' 100' -in ...nga- CAMP FIRE GIRLS", 05aInIp glfire IDITSI-lf1'll I M.xRrz.xRIiT 'liixxixs l'iz't'-I'l'f.viII't'11f S4'l'I'l'flll'-X' T1'nI.v1f1't'r VIRGINIA Mx'iiRI.x' FR.xNuIas AIIALT Iirniii. lfnizn Sofia! Ciflcllfllldll Bl.-XRGARET S'I'liVEXS f'T'I-IROUGII llbhelo lXYork. Health and Lovep our inspiration. guide, :Inrl watcli- Q, word we lincl happiness, friends, snmrarleshilr. aflventurel Unr "iIiclrmr fun" is centererl :Imnnrl Rumn 1 in Newell Hull. Miss Sperry has kindly let us have this rnmn in which tu hnlfl our wnrk meetings. slippers, and ceremonials. This year we are furtunate in having Bliss Daniels as faculty rnlviser. She has proved that she has much tn give us in "fr,Illrm'iiIg the Law of the Fire." .Xs a fitting climax to our goorl times :Innes the XYc-ek-enfl trip in the spring when we invite Inn' friends to join ns fur three ln'e:1tlI-taking flaws uf fnn flt Camp xYElXVZ1l1ZllSS21 nn the Severn. v Pllflt' l:irii'ly1li:'t' Auhiturium gmzxin 'fiihrzxrg Qihleiins ity? l , - gg, 5 L 1 g 1 I El'-ff.-Txg. T Qstlgletir Qsssuniafiuu P1'v.ria't'11t BIARY DUNN l'llc-P1'v.v1'ilvf1I .gl't'l'CZ'tll'J' Tl'L'USlll'Cl' Biff-xTR1ci3 joxlis EL1z.xR1-iTH Niciim' ELIZABETH EASTER Full rlluizagvr Spring ilfaliagw' Ilfilzfer llftliltlgfl' RUTH Fisnmw BIARIE lXlCCAL'LEY LILLIAN SCOTT s nas been the custom, in the spring the Athletic Association Board enjoys , a retrospection. During the past few years the Association has become a strong organization of Maryland State Normal School and the Board of 19.29-SO hopes that it has done its part toward strengthening the organization. The present board is composed of thirteen students and four faculty advisers: Miss Sammis, Miss Roach, Miss Daniels, and Mr. Minnegan. The most outstanding accomplishment of this year has been the opening of our new elective sports, namely: horseback riding, swimming, and fencing. This has been a successful year for the class of 1930. They were victorious in both Hockey and Basketball, and succeeded in topping the Juniors in the Inter-class Demonstration which by the way, was a great success. The IUCHYS soccer and basketball teams did their part toward the upholding of Normal's standards, and though they carried a heavy schedule of games, they came through with colors dying. The managers, both men and women, are to be commended for the way in which they filled their respective positions. And so we close-wishing the Board or 1930-31 success in all its under- takings. Page nilzvly-vigil! N. p-11, J l Atlglvfic Qiunrh Ox. U! ' 1 ' up 'Y ,MM ,Sutra Squzxh 3 Ggiirlss' Baskri Ball 'Grant 5!PHen's Qgasket Fall Squad! I 1, if Qiiirls' gzlurlaeg Ufrzxm Nsinrll Hall Pixxing 14110111 1 A r. f 'ix lfflisiurg i,2EU1'hPh in 4 uulzvh lugs , HIS PICTL'Rl-2 represents the culmination of some history work clone at School No. ZZ, Grade 5. Designs depicting stories from early American History were drawn on brown paper ancl transferred to hurlap. Rugs were then "liookecl" in the fashion used by our ancestors, particularly in the eastern section of the country. lYhen the rugs were tinishefl an auction sale was held, at which time each child recounted the story of his rug. Ifhiya um' l11HILI'l'L'd two U . .' 1' ' -ak :Y AV The if-lags nf Qguhiu gflnnh fi' mi .-xisovi picture shows the assemblage of all the characters in the dramatizat- tion of Rollin Hood. given hy the Fifth Grade of Fullerton SCl1oul. The story of Robin Hood was read by the class and the outstanding events were discussed. After studying Robin Hood the children wanted to draniatize it. They chose the tive best scenes to dramatize. and wrote the play in the dialect of the times. The characters too, were selected hy the children. The class appointed a property committee, a stage committee, and 11 costume committee in order to give all children a share in Costumes were made and dyed hy the children. structed and the children had practice battles on was evolved and painted hy the children. The play was the climax of their real living Papn' um' huudrrd tlmw' the responsibility for the play Hows and arrows were con- the playgrounrl. The scenery in the days of "Rollin Hood." 'F F? Q? he li? ii? l? YS E V? FE 'E I? KG li? KG I? 776' ii Compliments THE BLACK 8 DECKER A MFG. CD. TOVVSON, MARYLAND Ma1'y1and Restaurant YORK ROAD and PENNA. AVE. TOWSON, MD. The Only Place to Eat Mlss Frances CAL. 0468 Miss Helen SMARTNESSAINDIVIDUALITY FRANCES HAT SHOPPE Hats mouldcdftowhefhead While You Wait-353-Si up 226 Park Ave. Baltimore, IN' Compliments if MASONS GARAGE Q 0w7F 9F5W:7TFW5?TF571iF7i5?T -o-sv '1 65 41, PS Ss M ' 4 RS ki YORK ROAD as WILLOW AVE. ' TOWSON 5 gi if" hff X 9? 41 ' 4 L -v-,W -yn Eg v dv-V wry v , L , , , ,, ,, ,, , , , M ,. ,E ,, ,Vx , ,- . ,Y W, ,X ,M .HX , .!., ,X . W, ,X .X X, 'EMU' , ,, Ll .-.JL"" "' " T521 L41-ei"'.iL.4..-'af.A.1c...4.a..a4.J.:. ..4e4-f.A.4.a.2.A. For Every Banking Convenience Elie llaliiuinre Qlinnig llzmh Towson XX'hitc Hall Raindall-town , 1 1 4 .-.4-nfs.-.Ars z..mn.-sf-nf. .1414-urn.-u1p4s1n.4s--fL INC V1l STATIGNERY E msgsig Loose Leaf Books Filing Supplies A Pleasant Trip to tlie Seniors GIFTSKG Cards for All Occasions Circulating Library AMY B. HISS 19 NVEST CHESAPEAKE AVENUE TOVCSON MARYLAND THE Second National Bank OF TOWSON, MD. Established 1874 Wm. Tiokner 55 Sons Funeral Directors North and Pennsylvania Avenu Baltimore, Md. S6 Years of Funeral Service at the price you wish to pay Endowment Insurance For Students and Teachers A Systematic Vv'ay to Save Money and to Protect Your Old Age George A. Donoghue 205 Calvert Bldg, Baltimore, Md. PI.a:a 1054 Leiter Brothers Apparel for Woineii H.-KRRISBURG-H.-XGERSTOXX'N CHAMBERSBLIRGfXK'.-KYNESBORO ,ff ,Xv7ow,vs- ., ncpggzwzsvq,-w-.:v::v::w:x::v:ave . V-wnw: 11. f-"'i.. ', f 'fr :X V' - r : u-,zo-:vx:r:x::::::1c-ez!-r::r:vw.-:env .v .QM -x- -v . : 2' ssMesis2k4.wW SMU Sis!" Lfssscl'-'fslabg-132' LL' QM:3LQs2!2:lses" disk' seed' Sakai'-f M' sk' iLZ3is!'03i3He3L'e3iZ3LZSL' six' 2 3 N 1 C c 1 4 3 5 G C C gd ,, if :Q W M W W it E ,iz jf: EG V, . Ain. inf, in ,ca sc.: af, 1XMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMy 7, To the Class of 1930 In saying goodbye to 1930, we ponder: Some of us have made individaul friendships among you, some of which we shall not soon forget but a greater and even more ever- lasting friendship has been formed: that friendship between the two classes, 1930 and 1931, as class to class. When we entered, we were taken in and made part of the school. How well you placed your ideals and standards before us to cherish and follow. We value the guidance and assistance you have given us. In this year of professional training we have discovered that not only guidance and assistance is of value but we have learned to know real comradeship. It has been said, "Love is the most beautiful thing in the world but the most perfect love is that which is to create and continue on everlasting friendship." We hope that you will remember us as some little part of your Senior life. You have lived well at Normal and we promise to help others as you helped us. We wish you happiness in your career and a full realization of your most worthy ambitions. And so, as you embark upon the Sea of Life- BON VOYAGE! THE CLASS OF 1931. E. Lassell Rittenhouse, jr. 3. WWTF?WWWWWWWW Wli WWW' WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW WW i W wwww I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I II I I I II II I I I I I I I I I I 51 fi I . ag I Smart Things to Wcai' for 'Young it I4 at-A Q' Scientijic Facials QI .I TI I I I to 4L41.cfrI..n .,zg4x f. 4. An 1. 4x4g4pAxA4g41 z, .I '1 -,-,,, - lj RELIABLE I I PUBLIC I YPA NSPORTA TION .,'- v F I H2 -C 4 I I IBIRVIC I I ?I :II :as I Q I 'E UNITED RAILVJAYS ii BALTIMQRE, MD, -C -C 9 I C W...., ... ---4---f ---- -'H 'S 6 -F Ir I vw'7O7TL671 of College Age id II HUIZIEII BFQTIIEIK5 Q 6 I Hnwarrd. Szurzmwgam it Clay Sts. 6 T Bizlliwmvrc, Md. 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