Towson University - Tower Echoes Yearbook (Towson, MD)

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SPRING SUPPLEMENT 1 I ff F' 'i rv I Il 1 J,-,f-if , i , Clif.. V an-A "Act or process of growingq developmeritg that which has grown or is growing." This statement, is the definition of growth according to Webster's Collegiate Dictionary. Today, we at Towson are witnessing tremendous growth and develop' ment. This is made evident not only in the everfincreasing physical facilities, greater enrollment, and higher academic standards, but also in those intangibles of rising "esprit de corps," deeper appreciation of Towson tradition and the education profesf sion. We are proud of this growth and those who have made it possible. We, the editors, feel honored for being given the task of portraying a crossfsection of this development and presenting in an informal and pictorial story, a great: year at Towson State Teachers College. clechcafion These are our pupils. These are the actual boys and girls who are growing up and learning, adjusting well or not so well in our community, our school, our class' room. These are the individual youngsters who-through the guidance of all of us working together-we hope will become healthy and happy adults, for their own sakes, for the sake of a better America and a better world tomorrow. It is to these boys and girls-the ones that we will soon be teaching-that the TOWER EcHoEs of 1952 is humbly and sincerely dedicatedg because this generation must be the best the world has ever seen or it will be the last. AMERICAS I " A puffs FII Fr X I V F , F Q 1 ,. . - S- 2, 'I' ' if "3,,qXi 'E 39-t I R Q 'g ' f, . , , R , 1 " Eff I an V - P P , f 1 . R E S I D E N T PRESIDENTS MESSAGE: 7" 'x .. v 'JIU is I S HW. N' 1 if .rp 5' I .' i .y iliv. rl. n 5 "tis 91.4 jo Me Cfaaa 0 52 Life is a series of experiences. Through them we growg from them we learng toward them we look with concern or with anticipation. You, the graduates of 1952, have Hnished one set of most important experiences - your four years in college. You have experienced and you will often recall your college days in classroom, library and dormitory-not to mention the CofEd Corner! Ahead you will find varied experiences in school and community. With Maryland's school population increasing at a rapid rate, with new buildings going up in all parts of the State, you will find ample scope for your energy and ample challenge to your ability. We here at the college will be busy with your successors, helping to prepare them to enter the teaching profession, as we have tried to help you. We shall watch your progress with interest and with pride. We shall look forward to welcoming you when' ever you return to the campus. And we wish all of you God speed! Your friend and president, Yhf' M- x ,- ...J ff ff r X zu U X x X , x 1 N X.. x '. Jn 1 A . I x Gif' x . 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LE DER HIP FOR ERVICE Left to right, First row: Cassandra Britton, Maryflo Roberson, Pat Hogland, 'lane Kovalcik, Carolyn Nauman, Kathryn Baker, Pat Downing, Lucille Geiselman, Marilyn Weldon, Ann Coyne, Melanie Vv'agner, Second row: ,lane Wunder, Ella Jane Zimmerman, Sue Pretty, Leona 1.52 H , an Qu-Ls g .UV Freshman week is the first peek into college life for the newcomers to STC. It is important that they receive a joyous welcome and a good impres- sion of the college on their first stay. The organizaf tion which is responsible for this "sendfoff" is the Freshman Advisory Council. In the fall the group presented an entertaining assembly before the student body and sponsored Freshman Parents Day. The annual F.A.C. dinner and initiation ceremony rounded out a busy year for the members. Redeman, Doris Bailey, Vivian Stone, Cornelia Fenby, joan Migliarini, Betty McElroy, Betty Holloway, Wathen Tyler, Third row: Hope Brown, Ann Spencer, Don Roger' son, Al Thackston, Gordon Blank, Bob Colburn, Almer Forthman, Neal Moerschel, lven Rathbone, Ed Moore. C l"1 xx? I 'Z I THE BEGINNIN - .,, Freshman week is the first glimpse of college life for newcomers to STC, and is planned to give them the best possible start. To offset the ordeals of testing and registration and to help the freshmen find a place "to fit in" before the upperclassmen returned activities were planned. Such activities as barn dances, pajama parties, scavanger hunts, hikes and plays got the new freshmen off to a good start. Above, a group of freshmen gather around Tom Evans as he "sounds his trumpet" at the talent show. To provide a friendly atmosphere for the new student, group singing was conducted in the foyer at "off hours" by the Freshman Advisory Council. As the picture shows, the new students frequently enjoyed their own group singing conducted by their own talented friends. 11 ' N '5 Q' .15 n A' Among the many events of the week was a card party which was held in the Foyer. From all indications both losers and winners had a good time. Above, Kathryn Baker looks up from a card game with Doug Woodburn, Neal Moerschel and Phil Parkison, all apparently encouraged. I NNN - V Above: Doug Woodburn doesn't look too happy as Slim Forthman hunts for that "easy prof," and Layton Stamper looks to see if he can assist puzzled Don Webb. Freshman, sophomore, junior or senior- it didn't make any difference who or what you were. Everyone, came September and February had to register. After four hard years, it's hard to forget the many hours of scheduling, the long lines, course changes and "writer's cramps." But in retrospect- it wasn't so bad-just part of our education. s .ri ,I I' IG .HERE PLEA E Above: George Remmers, lean Samuels and R. Tibbles seem to be enjoying their problems as Bob Breitenbach carefully studies his completed forms. Below: Faculty Advisers check in students as others ponder over the many cards and forms to be completed. -P11 A, X 1 , X ii, " , Q We re glad to greet you 55 T' 4-9 0 'Q ter x. fr- r as .,, ,-. . .wt .ur . -our-1 l Front vow: Mr, MacDowell, Dr. Cdell, Mr. Crook, Dr. West, Rear: Mr. Desautels, Mr. Cox, Dr. Hathaway. Below: Mr. Weaver, Dr. Moser. V K. -uf- 1 A PX . - --1 ,nw rr F. M4-"' -- ' 'I -9 Dewey Deumal System we were helped .-.14 by Miss Hazard, Mrs, Mohenrrck, Mrs. Call, Miss Reeder and Miss Yoder. 4 To find those many books by the gm To keep our records strarght, the ofhces were run by Mrs, Sullrvan, Mrs. Barall, Mrs. Twele, Mrs. Deland Mrs Vvrllrams. Mrss Sentner, Mnss Owrngs, Mrs. lkellerher Mrss Rollins, Mrss Grll, Mrs. German and Mrss Magness. "No spealca da Englrshn-Mr, von Schwerdtner and Mrss Lee. l 5 1 Q.. jim Gede, star center half, strong in defensive action and sharp in setting up plays was the only Towson Olympic prospect to mal-te sectional allfstar team. Half time at a soccer game is a time of yelling and cheer' ing for the spectators but for the team it is a time for PlC!l4Y8d below 15 Al Pomory Slllffy rest and serious concentration on the coachs instructions. Hgh! Wing who WHS 006 of UNCC SC Below Coach Killian gives the tired players a healthy lected to enter the Olympic Trials at pep talk Loyola College , YY- . r l l Above: center forward, Jim Hottes maneuvers the ball skillfully, setting himself in position to shoot. To the right: Tom Davis, staunch soccer rooter, cheers the Golden Knights of Towson on to victory. The Golden Knights of the soccer turf turned in the fine record of 7 wins and 3 losses to round out a season that was packed with thrills, action and excitement. At the close of the season the scoreboard revealed that Towson had played 4 shut' outs and rolled up a total of twenty-seven points, allowing their opponents only 12 points, Highlight- ing the season were the two decisive wins over Kings College. 23 Second row. left to right: Dr. Mmnegan, B, Wright, E Dorn, T. Hart, R. Reuschling, E. Dize, A. Burgee, B Martel, G. Childs, T. Cripps, A, Pomory. A. Frantz, Mr Killian, Coach, First row: J. Lacy, manager: E. Leonard S. Burnett, I. Hottes, J. Gede. E. Sauer, I. Zimmerman I. Beaver, B. Groth, C. Samakouuis, manager. :J C7 nf' QW! E Halloween at Towson brings with it initiation and gay funfmaking for resident upperclassmen and freshmen. Upon the close of the evening the frosh uspooksu became eligible to hear the title of college students of S. T. C. DO N SPGGK f, B0 , Xl Il .f Aff! Pwr, UCKV l TRIKE 'ns 1o.,v..a Above, some of the uniquely dressed spooks pose for the camera. They represent everything from a soccer player to a penguin. Q. Following clinner, Competitive games kept the spooks going. Below. in a water drinking con' test, B, Meise holds the water bottle for a male spook. .: in 'Nb' 69 I ...T0 Homecoming has become a tradition at Tow' son. It is a time when the Alumni return to their Alma Mater to survey the changes on campus, to review the plans for the future, and meet old friends. Our governor, the Hon. Theodore R. McKeldin was the guest speaker at the dedication ceremony which was held in the basement of the dorm. A EW FUTURE if L, L W , J, T 7 X. sf' is This year it was a special occasion-the meifs dorms were dedicated and Governor McKeldin was present to lead the ceremonies. All the rooms were open to the guests for inspection. Many campus organizations participated in the day's events. The Marshals guided the visitors while the Men's Chorus sang at the formal ceremony. In the afternoon the Soccer team defeated U. of Virginia and that evening the Glen Players presented "Golden Boy." banquet was held in the dining hall as a climax to the day. fx-, .. I Qxx, 1 P , . 99" . wk 1 , , 2. nhl Q ' iv -I -I HI -I QI -- kx 1 1 I fm . 4 'vw 4' .lar . 4 A... "J N A S., 1 FRE if-' Tlxe Freshman Class, lrke all other classes, functrons under the drrecuon of Ms olicers Pmcwed from left to nght: Tom Evans, Presrdem. Fran' ces Tormo, Day Socral Clzaxr- man, Nancy Hmer, Secg Melarue Grzmrrr. X'Y1C6'PI6S,Q Earl Dorn. S G A, Rep, Malcolm Ewell. Treas, V , ,, , 7 . N., .v' 3 ,.j 5 . 4 ,I U - n' L Cie of the fresiriar. f siool a::z':1::-as wa F'EShTE1fT fxizxer Piffla 6 I :fue iff: at :he dan e ar T, Kopelke. S Mazsffd mer. M Mabbetz ,A Q 5 '. x Q L Z N. Y X9 - ,K L f' ff 4' 5 I ,A 4 C . 4 ,P 5 QL P5 S Q? 955 V .rf 1 4 l 1 ,. L L1..G Shown above is the North Men's Dormitory in its early stages of construction. To the right is shown the Enished product of the men's dormitories. The dormitories were completed in the late fall. .lv ::. '..... . - 1 Above: Mr. Laine's Urban Geography class previews their land survey maps. The class worked in conjunction with the Baltimore County Planning Commission. They are, left to right: Mr. Laine, J. Cox, W. Hammerman, W. Straclr, L. Rector, F. Brown, F. Ruland, M. German, Worth, A. Pomory. Do I know . Fall 1951 was a season of excitement, action and fun for the students of S.T.C. Highlighting the season's activi- ties was the dedication and opening of the men's dormitories in October. Also hitting the spotlight were soccer games, class activities, and Homecoming. The event which proved to be the most hilarious of the season was the "Frosh Spooksu initiation. -,Van-ct, 'Witte , 'Wi .A ,, t xg Q 'X A X Qrwq .U kj 1 2' ' x,.., ,. 'jg ,fc-vw ' H 'E' ,fm W . 'Mf- Above: G. Fisher, B. Copinger, J. Montgomery, I.. Lyng, C. Baseman, Hentschel Ugatheru around j. Montgomery's locker. what I am doing The "Co'ed Corner" is a popular gathering place for all students both during school hours and after school. Many students enjoy dropping in for a "coke" and a smoke and a chat with a friend. To the right is a casual shot of the "C0'ed Corner." Below: Lee Smith, right, greets jack Zimmerman X and Charles'Rice as they enter the new dormif tories. To the right: Ann Spencer, Freshman Advisory Council Memhcr, greets a group of prospective students during high school visiting day. 14.3 . sl, .gi vl 1 QQ 'X Asa? .91 --'me . BUILT FUR PEED The Towson hillfandfdalers finished the 1951 season undefeated in dual competition to match last year's feat. In the MasonfDixon Conference Cham- pionship, the harriers rose from last place in 1950 to Hfth in a field of nine teams. Outstanding for the Knights were Boh Kane and Keith Wilson, who Hnishecl eleventh and thirteenth respectively in the M-D finale. F53-'S fffx A , V eg ax aagqg f it? fl! ii, Q NW? i elf? Bob Kane coping elewenth Below, left to right: Dean Kagarise, Lee Bowlsbey, Bill Kglgh Wilson place Miller, Ken Wray, Keith Wilson, jack Hogsten, Layton Stamper and Bob Kane. Ili. Kiki'-KBTID ee-em A l l FALL ELECTIVE 1 I l The girls' hockey team closed the season with two vie' , tories and one loss. Pictured above, left to right, Second row: Miss Sargent, coach: Carol Livingston, Sue Pretty, 3 Maggie King, Jean Eckhart, Dotty Taliaferro. First row: Leona Reclemann, Phill W1shard,Flo Ruland, Phyl1R1enf Miss Bize, archery instruttor g es the girls a w hart, Jean Hoke, Mary Billingsly. pointers on accurate target aim . i - f-if! Flo Roland records a marker for Ann Hendrix as Shirley Peterson. ,lanet Kelly, Lee Durm, Mary Billingsly and Maggie King look on. I. I v. 'vm-ifzr' - .fat-X11 ?,,'3??fH a ' First row: H. Suit. M. Vv'eldon, V. Clark, P. Besliore, D. Creswell, M. Laupus, H. Baubilitz, B. Remolde, R. Gist. T. Eader, G. Bisbikis, W. Strack,,U. Oliver, M. Gallahcr, D. Bailey, C. Daley, Second row: Lud- wig, D. Hansel, E. Buddemeier, A. Spenser, H. johns, P. Morrell, T. Anastase, D. Knox, G. Baker, K, Woods, A. Lloyd, M. Arbaugh, M. Roberson, A. Perkins, W. Miller, L. Mulford. Third row: H. Wilson, B. Rhodes, N. Crist, R. Crede, L. Schweikert, D. Currier, V. Stone, E. Konieczny, B. Schilpp, P. Steimly, Miss XVeyforth. Fourth Tow: M. Smith, L, Cronmiller, H. Eltermann, A. Thompson, G. Remmers, T. Hlavac, P. Stevens, 1. Oberholzer, G. Peters, R. Dryden, L. Mason, P. Downing, M. Connolly. First row: L. Gassmann. M. Molesworth, P. Lacy, P. Losco, N. Hudgins, V. Balducci, H. Lindsay, M. Mor' row, M. Mack, S. Weintrout, G. Snyder, F. Torino. Second row: S. Mears, N. Duffy, M. Lipscomb, S. Heck, K. Fockler, C. Howard, J. Arrington, D. Crowther, Capozzi, S. Mangold, D. Wittstadt, D. Kidd, -I. Bankert. I Q ga . 4-Hou .ISD '1 fi! , i ,Q-'..' x' 'W' - . ', E I mf Q 31,7 Q4 Q? ff 7 ' gig' .X 4. 'W Ja 3- E , e K' - -,, gk: 4, wv5 v fA N qi it Y I R Q , , . 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To the staff-many memories of BEATING THE DEADLINE will remain. Above we see Lou Louthare, Jean Wastler and janet Stine typing copy, as Tony Marchione proofreads and George Hohl checks to see if he is in the red. FREEDO OF THE PRESS 'a' fa 6 x , if v S 5- Abovci Jackie Wagner, exchange editorg john McColgan, feature editor: May Engle, news editorg George Hohl, business manager: Gus Peters, art editor, and Dean Pickens, circulation manager. ',,. N53 Above: The "Big Three" fjoan Mig' liarini, editorfinfchiefg Fred Brown, 4 'A executive editor: and Leona Martin, managing editor. mi 4.42 R? 'ff' M, C X. 751 'Ia f -' -ff YQ X X 1. ,ff , 1 Y ? x mv PPI' 2 X Wg' 6 3 5 . Q' 5. Y'3'E3siEff3 wx - ' .. ,f-..4l:,..L-,L3- 0 3 " if u g 1, ' X 1 3 Q -V 1 C I If . v,,I,, 1-6 J T ', ic-, N Yu, . , x if.,-7 r ,L C E V 5 f 3, ff ' el - f Iii 1'-1 GTA x,' 'i 4 1 sg, I . -N...- qm- L LVM -' ' ...AND TINSEL One of the most heart-warming and entertain- ing activities was the party given for the Orphans of St. Mary's Villa. The college students always get a "big kick" acting as Santas dolls and toys. Old Saint Nick in his bright red suit always makes a special visit to give out presents, This year, even Rudolph stopped to visit the children and dance for them. . gi-wi ...., - x !'ev:E.i Q, . Q. " .. I QN.'f-.nfs 4 -.- ,fi as .Q Q u ff' I ffq . 'fl 'IFWP ygzt... fx' 1' ,-, , W Ds I E L , . H 1 .F 5 -5 fwffv E Q' .lffkf 'vin ' I 5 ,l 'iii-4 , ,A . f if 31 .ee Qi, 1 I GOD WE TRU T Bull!!-dll The Newman Club is primarily of interest to Catholic Faculty Members and Students. Under the helpful guidance of Father Schwalenberg of the Immaculate Conception Parish in Towson,. this group carries out a program which aids the religious, intellectual, and social development of the student. There is a range of activities including lectures, forums, breakfasts and socials which carries out the club's threefold purpose. President, jean jenkins, VicefPresident, Pat Hoglundg Treasurer, Rosie Hollahan. Cllllteflufy C ll! The Canterbury Club is a national organization for Episcopal College Students. This club aids in the spiritual and social development of students throughout America. With the aid of the Rector of Trinity Church and his College Staff, the club at State Teachers College has sponsored an active and varied program that included Communion breakfast, lectures, seminars, trips and social Eastern Area and is open to all denominations. lt ' consisting of Bible Study, Wcvrship Services, Chapel activities. President, Olive Dunkerg Vice'President, Tom Davis, Secretary Lorraine Walkeg Treasurer, Helene Bennett: Social Chairman Bar bara Richardson. .sguclenf Cdriafian aaociafion The Student Christian Association is a national organizaf tion affiliated with the Student Christian Movement of the through four commissions-Christian Faith and Personal and Campus Affairs, Social Responsibility Vxforld Relatedness. This club presents a diversified r Socials. First row: Marilyn Weldon, VicefPresident: 'lanice Wickless, Treasurer: Neal Moerschel, President: Lee Degen, Recording Secretaryg Maryglo Roberson, Cor' responding Secretary. Second row: Lucille Cciselman, Elizabeth Keiser, Marian Sadler, Miss Vslilner, Advisor: Mary Frances Recher, Miss Yoder, Advisor: Katie Bishop. Last Row: Lorraine Cronmiller, Lynn Mason. juanita Ludwig, Duane Virts. Dr. Hathaway, Advisor. Missing: Willie Stroh, Recreation Leader. To the left: B. Anderson and T. Evans pose during "Frosh-Initiation" as Cave man and woman. To the right: a group of dormitory students enjoy themselves at a weine roast in the Glen. Below: the students gather at the Christmas Party with the orphans awaiting "Santa' to bring the presents. M v vi' , I . , . ,. 'WX X, V, , tr- ., f, , x. . f u ., 1 . -. ' . s ,- Left: a group of "dorm" students decorate the foyer for Christmas. Below: Kappa Delta Pi gathers for their annual Christmas Social. 3 -O U3 L f Q l X I I , a , is lnter bm I-Ml 'l . - l , A+.: lv ,ii 'N Nix A 4-rf' J' . hints' 5.1 l d X Q? 5' 3 ' A 'l1..ii 4, li P' Above: Voting for the new constitution, M, Ewell and B. Fritz check oil the names as P. Cross and S. Deering cast their'votes. ,,.1 g- T ss. ,.i, l Q XX Q , 'if G I . 5, 'J' r 3 Hail! Hail! the old gangs here! Helping out and having a good time. Everybody lil-ces to eat and they also show up at meal time. -ii ,.-:.:.-fl, u rg! ' lv, 1, X ' , 1 l' ', dw- J ""' , v ,fn , - . 'M The date rooms are always huay dawn duk vga ,Q ,-. .- -. ,.,1 lo I J gi 1- 1 .if I l y , L1 I X .. . W if l 5 ,gi O 4--. '15 w fl my 'Q' ff u Qlai H t M- '- ,. 0 M E I S W H E R E ' l if il f' , A -1-.q , ' '-ug' .--. g "" ' ' 'Q ' - 2 ' eQg..f'Qf 'Q I it o 0 ' It -4 H l v'5'wX:s-,I 'N ln'. 0 "ue 1 1 l Dorm life-a shining example of group living! Being the home of 300 girls it truly is an effort to balance time so that study, leisure and sleep come out to a happy medium. The girls who live together often represent every section of Maryland and have a variety of interests. In their attractive rooms they share time, friendships, problems, belongings, but most of all- gossip. A long awaited letter, one of the most priceless gifts a dorm girl longs for. These days they may come from home or Korea, from mother or husband-a definite morale builder. - f, '-, 114.214-:.-Z 'f4.rv-.W . Vv'hat is undone must be done up again-hence, the service room. Whether it's sewing, washing, ironing, hair- drying, or "cokes," here is where the girls "recreate" and keep themselves going. Pictured above to the left is the group of girls that run the "Dorm," the House Committee. Left to right: L. Geiselman, W. Tyler, M. Strip, D. Schaeffer, M. Vv'agner, D. Deardorf, M. Recher, XV. Stroh. There are rules and regulations, posted notes and violations all of which play an interesting part in dormitory life and form an important duty for the members of the House Committee. Their job is to keep the dormitory running smoothly and to see that the needs of the girls are taken care of. A girl running to take her almost forgotten duty, a campus for wearing hair up to dinner. girls racing to House Meetings in pajamas and girls formally dressed for Christmas Dinner all give you an idea of the behind the scenes part the House Committee plays in every girl's stay in the dorm. sf. A Above: Mary jo Roberson, Vvlillie Stroh and joan Covey, the "Married Trio" watch their roommate as she attempts to give their room a little "lift" with a Navy pennant. Of course life in the dorm isn't all "rules and regulationsug it's part "fun and fancy free." Below a group watch a television set which is one of the many contributions the House Committee has made to make dorm life more fun. 1 l i 1 ... ,?, hs' .Sis 4l ,L I 1 . 'Sli A mf Y X we X WS' Menu ASKETB LL A junior varsity: rwsr row, iven narnnone, R. Reider, Don Rollins, Dave De- Graft, Tom Foster. Second row: Ron Peterson, manager, Sheldon Knorr, Al Foster, Phil Parkenson, Korb Bond, Malcolm Ewell. i Varsity: First row, R. Reider, Dave Mudd, Jack jedlika, Bill Binder, Bill Nollert, Charles Hayes, manager. Second 'row: Dick Wise, manager, Iven Rathbone, K. Bend, Jack Downs, Mike Schaub, Bob Colburn, Al Foster, Bob Crabbe, M.r. Killian, coach. ii gil'-50 11 ' K. I wif HEP, HEP... Among the many active organizations on our campus is the cheerleaders squad. No one can fully appreciate the accomplishments of this group until he has witnessed the squad in action at athletic activities. This year the squad has been cut to six cheer- leaders: and the arrival of four new members to the group has added renewed vim and vigor to this year's team. For the first time in the history of the cheerleaders, the predominant school colors, gold and white, have been selected for the uniform. After consideration by the S.G.A. the cheerleaders were able, also for the first time, to keep the letters which they so ably earned. With the aid of the student body, the cheer- leaders have successfully performed at bon-fires, pep rallies and team cheering. Much enthusiasm and school spirit has been gained for the student body through the efforts of our cheerleader squad. The cheerleaders huddle in their circle ready for the "Towson Standard." Left to right: Leona Martin, Rita XX'iant. Bill Hammerman, Nancy Poole, Betty Ann Finch, Patty Matthews. Below, the squad begins action for their peppy "Swing Yell." From left to right: Rita Vfiant, Leona Martin, Nancy Poole. Betty Ann Finch and Patty Matthews. I., .2 ef. f '- ' -fx aL i al 1. ,, Q. x s' 5 X x I l X Q 1 BE TI G THE BOARD Towson's Indoor Track Team, while it did not post a very impressive record in actual results, care ried the school colors in several big meets: and did comparatively well considering the caliber of athletes against whom they competed. They lowered the school milefrelay indoor record and entered important meets in Baltimore, Washington, D. C,, Philadelphia and New York. This year's Indoor Track Team witnessed a series of out' offstate meets, one of which was held in Philadelphia. Pictured above is jack I-Iogsten, ace track man, who sets a steady pace, during the mile relay at the Philadelphia Meet. Above to left: jack Hogsten is leading a Morgan College man in the 2 mile relay at the South Atlantic Meet at the 5th Regiment Armory in Baltimore. The Morgan relay team won, but jack held up his end. To the right and above: Keith Wilson, right, and Bill Miller, left, pace each other in a practice workout. Pictured below from left to right: the members of the Indoor Track Team: D. Kagarini. L, Bowlsby, B. Miller, K. Wray, K, Wilson, J, Hogsten, L. Stamper, B. Kane. 'f-BQ W A 1 rf? f 2 9 f,- wf -e , . 'pl "j'y- A 1 . .Q 5, , gg Shown above is a portion of the cast in the Homecoming production-"Golden Boy." Front: Bill Ellis, Ralph Piersanti, Betty Lou Shaffer. Rear: Don Webb, Bob Colburn, Paul Arend. "The State Teachers College Theater in conjuction with the Glen Players presents . . This announcement appeared on our college programs for the fourth year. The State Teachers College Theater under the direction of H. C. Paul is the production authority of the college, while the Glen Players is the student group usually active in getting the shows on the stage. The guiding principle and purpose of the college theater has been to present a bill composed of plays representative of every major movement in the theater. This year, the opening show was Clifford Odets' "Golden Boy," the story of a prize' Hghter in the United States during the 193O's. Then folf lowed August Strindberg's "The Father." "The Father" was our first production of the late nineteenth century school of realistic drama + the school of Ibsen, Strendberg, Becue, Hauptmann and many others. The third play was the Irish "Juno and the Paycock" by Sean O'Casey. Also tentatively scheduled for this year are "Happy Birthday," Anita Loo's comedy of the 1920's and our first attempt at Shakespeare- "Hamlet," of course. 1 0 , ' Fl' Y? 33 Q 1 1 . 93 5 , x 1 A ur-.-Y -Magi. F . I ix. , 'Q K li I 'RTR 'E' ' 5' an ,4- 'lr Pictured above from left to right are Towson's men of the mats. First row: Sam Orandle, 1233 Gene Spurrier, 123 pound co-captaing Bill Martel 1305 jim Yucl-rs 147, john GR PPLICEF Although the wrestling season of 1952 saw Towson start with ive experienced men in school and the remainder of the team "green," no more than two of them were consistently available at any one time, and Co-captain Spurrier was the only grappler on deck for every competition. Pats on the back, among others, must go to johnny Gist for faithful work under handicaps, Bill Martel and Larry Juchs for improvement, and to Bob Prince and Matt Rakentzes for willingness and spunk. In February 117fpound Cofcaptain jimmy Montgom' Gist 157. Second row: Ray Reuschling 1235 Thurston Atkins 157g Walt Dashielld, 1773 John Baumer, unlimitedg Mr. von Schwerdtner, Team coach. OR GLORY ery finished a creditable 4fyear career as regular varsity 1'l3'pounder. Gene Spurrier, our little "Mn Wrestling," gathered the 123 pound Mason'Dixon championship for the one big bright spot of the season. The 137fpound spot, once occupied by Len Bernhardt, lay vacant for a while because of face injuries which Len received early in the year. Walt Dashiell, a 165fpound Februaryfentering freshman, won third place at 177 pounds, scoring the amazing total of 25 points in two sixeminute bouts. john Gist-157 Jim Montgomery-123 Gene Spurrier-130 fi .... ,, Y - X Ax Although the past season was winless, the record, since Towson started to wrestle in 1948, shows 11 dual meets won and 15 lost, including gratifying wins over Loyola, Baltimore University, Catholic University, Western Maryland, the Quan- tico Marines, and Georgetown University. There also have been three MasonfDixon champions, three runnersfup, six third places and ten fourths. Two MasonfDixon tournaments have been held in our Gym. The squad consists of about ten per cent of the male student body. This year the team acquired use of the barracks for both practice matches and interfcollegian meets, In future years Mr. "Von," who is the wrestling coach, is hoping to expand both in practice area and in improved players. To the right: Towson's standout performer, Gene Spur' rier, tangles with Charles Cawthern, Vwfest Chestefs power' ful 130 pound grappler. In the above picture, Gene is coming out from the bottom to score two points for Towson. Below: Gene checks his opponent in his attempt to get a "take down." Below and to the right: Fleety jim Montgomery, the Knights 123 pounder, stars in action against West Chester. jimmy has been the regular 123 pound grappler for the past four years. He has been third in the MasonfDixon Tournament once and fourth twice. Len Bernhardt has been one of the m0St outstanding wrestlers at S.T.C. for the, past four years, having a total four year record of 16 wins, 5 loses, and 1 tie. Lenarcl Bernhardt-137 L. in . f i X .15 'Q' - -- , :aging L. Fxrst row: A. W'allace, B. Fmch, Davls, V, Stone. Second row: D. Curner, VU, Spurner. VJ. Stroh, Vfxckless. Tlurcl row: M. Gallaher, M155 MacDonald, M. Schalxtz. P. Beshore. Fourth row: P. Losco, M. VVeldon, P. Downing. F. VanR1per, Fxfth row: B. Rykken, M. Dickerson. E. Ay, Ludwxg, N. Kinter. Marshals: M. Subock, K. Gull, P. Mathews, Mxller, J Shapiro, A. Exsenberger, VJ. jones, Saunders. Seated: Dr. Hawkms. Mr. Deszmtek, Mr, von Schwerdt ner. Second row: B. Hammerman. E. Uhlan, j. Doran, B XX'right, D. Babcock, S. Burnett, S. Pxckus, B. Prince VV. Strack. dl TI-ILETIC V l The Athletic programs at STC are run by two organizations, the Women's Athletic Association and the Mens Athletic Associaf tion. Both organizations contrihutc to the furnishing of uniforms and equipment. The WAA conducts its prof gram in what is known as am elective system, in order to afford all girls equal opportunities in athletics. School teams are then selected from these electives. The MAA, which conducts all male athletic activities, has heen branching out into other directions. This year in conjunction with the Senior Class, the members assisted with two very successful dances. Y- -..M , php'-4--wiv-used' 'lk-.....,,L.- we 4 +? MAA Gflicersz jim Gede, presidentg Gene Spurrxer, viceprcsident Elmer Dize, secretary: Charles White, treasurer. lvk ,gi bl Sue Prettyg Vice-President ,Umm xg 'Q 1'--is Xa iii Y. 3 iii '53, X -gli: 4 Leona Redemang President Phyl Wisherdg Secretary A , wif? . xi px Z: .. 1 X Q' 1 f X " f f . ,'i ' The WAA so plans their program that versatile sports I are provided for everyone each season of the year. During this period of time the girls have an opportunity to participate in about 10 different sports. Points toward awards are given to the girls meeting the elective require' 'Z' 'Fujii-" I lv ,.., .'- 43 ,., ,I le' f i,'.i '- .1'241ia' ..- 1,1111 'fi V, ,IT -Y N , ' few lg 1" F 165-X t ments. ln' order to record such matters, fall, winter, and spring managers are elected, Above, left to vight: B. Rhodes, D. Eigline, S. Cunningham, I.. Cronmiller, F, Rice, J. Hoke, G. Meyers, B. Fox. ills! ,, , if . vi V'5':'s?iffr4s cc - f rr N , warf won er u . . . 64 ,Q xri2'hQ A r 0 'N' 1 l ,H lx ' The first dance of the new year was g V X the Sweetheart Dance. Sponsored by the ,K It 6 S.G.A., it was highlighted by the Sweet' ' xx-Y V-5 ri , heart Contest in which nine couples com' J lAx P. rx ' lq s p il Y li ., me ll r Q is NN' gun' I l riff 4 52 ' - j . peted for the title of typical campus "steadies." On the eve of the dance, the guests entered the gym very beautifully decorated with a red and white ceiling and cupids, hearts and valentines scattered around the walls. During intermission the COnt6StalitS were introduced and shared the spotlight while the judges pondered their decision. As the couples anxiously waited it was announced that Florence Ruland and Al Thackston had been chosen as the Sweetheards of 1952. Left: The Sweethearts of 1952 pose under the arch after being declared winners at the SGA sponsored Sweetheart Dance in celebration of the Valentine season. Below: Kitty Bien and Jules Defries are shown passing through the receiving line which included Miss Sherman, Dr. Brewing' ton, Dr. and Mrs. McCleary, Dr. and Mrs. Brown and Dean Dowell. There could have been nu ehuiee better than Flo Ruland and Al Thaekston for the typical evil' lege sweethearts, Peuple have sn long iibserved the two walking hand in hand tn the dining room. smoker, the Administration Building and the Tow' son Theater un Sunday nights that they have bef eume a permanent eampus tixture. Fln and Al met when they were freshmen at STC. and began 'kgoing steady" in their smpliw more year when they fnund enrnmnn interests in sptirts, dancing, movies, the New Ynrk Yankees and in each other. Al seemed to think New Years Eve a perfect time for his girl to receive her diamond and they talk of Z1 june wedding. Everyone wishes all the luck and happiness in the world to the Sweethearts of 1952. Z' Nl 'Wg 'ililhre 'l l "-JH' vnu 1 . .tip l 4 s.'X . L.?9 f "4 if 'f f - ' ' "1 ' i ' , b V A , 4' i ' f f ' , , 'K 5 I l J", .ther 'I Q Jil' l f " n Il' -Q I f ip ' f I , fl IA: i .- 4 in . It ,, A,...t.7 1952 Sweethearts-"Flo and Al " -L Bal-centzel. M. von Schwerdtner, M J VX'ard, XX' - ' OPHO ORE Fxrsz row: R.VJe1ner B Swart il K , . :, . rers, P Rxnehart. A. Perkxns, P. Shxpley, G. Brslukrs, B. Staley, XV, Pullen M. Laupus. K. Bowen, F, Brunnxng, Second row: M, W'ard, D. Ducat, A, Ebert, E. O'Ne1ll, Hull, B. Han' Cock, Cunningham, B. Rlchardson, l.. Cronmlllcr. G. Me ' ' yers, Bren, Tlurd row: G. Fox, V. Paddy, L. Mattax. D. Deardofl, I McHugh B S d . , . ny er, VU. Muller, M. A. Sadler. D. Hansel, 1, Vvlnckless, B. Kramer. D. Exlrnc, M. Brawn, P. Draper, M. F. Strrne, P. Rxsenweba, T. M1 sly -1 nck, xl f' -. V" V X ravi' Sq Er, an l 1 ...ly 's 5 'Z', vu' on wr - Ili! f! I-,-v-.4 CLAS S QFFICERS 1 Seated: Rlra Schnaegel, Marla Paul Slandmg: Isl. . . , . Myth, f,unn1ngham. -l 1 i aa il onfg yeeiferclay ? B. Kane, I. Doran. Fourth row: E. Moore, M. von Sch werdtner, B. Bowen, D. Rybl-ca, L, Vardarsky, C. Beach, B Myers, C. Plakxas, H. Polhcrm, M. Rakentzes, E. Bud' dxenuer. B. Swetzer. P. Rezsenweher, T. Foster. L, Juchs, J. jedlxcka. Fnfth row: W. Turner, R. Colburn, C. Young, VU. Nolbert, Sanders, XV. Muller. Forrest, F, Ritter, J. johnson, VV. Blttel, A. Fischer, T. Biller, I. Gray, H. Wxolpert. --1-B2 1 f, Pvc.. at .f I!! lag tl UNIOR jhereg afif A0192 Kar uri., F' t w, left to right: Lou Sprow, Anne Darby, Anna ws ro Eisenberger, Brailey Carroll, jane Shapiro. Anne Lloyd, Robert Fritts, Dorothy Spielman, Phyllis Wisherd, Pat ' ' ' G'll Krunkleton, Mickie Lynch. Second row. Catherine i , Anita Engle, M. Engle, A, Gross, M. Griffith, Brocltz, J Owens J Cushcn E Phillips, S. Deering, B. Bochmann. 'Ilhird 'roluz-J. Calve'rt,'W. Tyler, C, I.. Koenig, Miller I . r 1 V l A t 4-Q, L . J. Wagner, Schneider, N. Kinter, xl. White, P. Slatter- heck, E. A. Rapson, D. Beckman, H, Liebman. Fourth row: L. Harper, H. Portman, P. Hopkins, L. Martin, A. ' C h Heise, Strayer, P. Whitehurst, P, Hoglund, P. oc ran, R. Zopfe, E. Cornell, D. Profht, R. Babcock, C. White, R. Baublitz, D. Causey, M. V. Wheatley, D. Causey, P. Gregg. ,.-...,.,....., 3 rxsnQx ' IA? , f :Mix rj 1 .- 4 I- .,.1 fy u.' ' .3 I D .F XV. loncs, Treasurer. Standing: P. Vxlhitchurst. President may Left to nglit, Seated: B. flirnell. Vice' President. P. Hoglund. Secretary. 7 I l 1? Z 'Ll rv- -Us naar 1-no 52 L44 -zu 'mn ' ,! I' , , , T U J r 'F 0 0 o X t I.. law ur N' ll A . 2-sn v.: -'X . wgxg " ' f- 'Q L W ... J' Tfffrl -A -. N, - J , -.. . D- - X- ' ' "" ' k"N"'- - .., f?'3'r!,1-.Q un! - N, 1 lv, N- -. I AK . ' N' 1. --Nh fa- vw A - --- -- ma ' f , .141 ' "K L ff- . '-A- - - , . an .-'Nl - - 4 -4785,-'g y , Q.' ....... " ' f- -' g.f' f :vi .4--14-f .L '. an 2' HELEN ALDRIDGE "Helen" . . . oh, those beautiful eyes and rosy cheeks . . . "Hope m'die" . . . likes those days on the boat with Willis . . . joined the diamond club between her junior and senior year . . . sweet no matter what the weather , . . talks about horses and "Fish" . . . planning for the future is her favorite topic . . . collects recipes to use in that future. Canterbury Club 1,2,3,4g Future Teachers of America 33 Marshals 2,3,4g Student Christian Association 1,2g All Girls Sports 1,2,3. CLASS GLORIA SPENCER ANDERSON A smile for everybody . . . "good heavens!" . . . early to bed, early to rise . . . farmerette . . . often found in a Buick . . . never seems to finish her knitting . . . she's undecided now . . . would rather leave history alone . . . loved the third grade at Loch Raven . . . always going somewhere . . . locks up the campus school each night . . . warbles like a bird . . . favorite pastimes-playing the radio and catching forty winks. gs FU? . I ,. X. EUGENE AMBERMAN "Gene" . . . proud of the fact he's from Stewartstown . . . pleasing personality . . . has big plans for Anne and him' self . . . Member of 510.20 Club . . . even tempered . . . "chain smoker" . . . nicotine its during student teaching . . . always seen with his other half Marv . . . says he "likes" student teaching . . . always has an extra tie . . . "just a darn minute." Freshman Advisory Councilg Intramural Basketball 1,2,3,4g 'Yearbook 4g Glee Club 1,25 Men's Chorus, Vice-President 25 Intramural Softball 1,2,3,4g junior-Senior Men's Club. OF '52 MILDRED IRBNE ARBAUGH "Millie" . . . always sees the funny side of life . . . jovial and good natured . . . pleasing personality . . . goes back to the farm every weekend . . . forever crossing the street when the light is red . . . heard to say "for Pete's sakes it'll be a big cadoo" . . . often plays at weddings . . . history is her favorite subject. Archery 25 Badminton 2,49 Bowling 1,2,3,4g Softball 2,45 Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Student Christian Association lg Future Teachers of America 4. PAUL I. AREND "Paul" . . . atom bomb of S.T.C .... hurrying here and there . . . expects to settle down with Cora during Easter vacation . . . artistically and dramatically talented . . . will be remembered for his character roles with the Glen Players . . . "spider" . . . dependable . . . honest . . . likeable. Track Manager 2: Glen Players 1,2,3,43 Student Govern' ment Association 2,3,4g 'Tower Light Business Manager 2,35 'Yearbook Business Manager 43 Glee Club 1,21 Future Teachers of America 35 Student Christian Association 2. IU' IBANBTTB TRIVBTT BAKER "Jeanette" . . . leads a double life . . . hubby and school . . . just for now the teaching of other peoples' children is her career . . . married between sophomore and junior years . . . she's handy with the pots and pans . . . efficient, understanding . . . considerate . . . dimples . . . a very nice person to know . . . a day hop for four years . . . consistent in school work . . . likes the fifth grade. Glee Club lg Marshals 2,3,4g Future Teachers of America 4. J IHS CHERS QP' . -A E oo Q, ff, mum.. f I' 7 5' si ii? V if 5 ltlw'BT3f'Qlil T-'ll 'S 'P ' filllgh 'U '25 - '.'- Q' 4 .11 9 N . ,la sfo : 1865 MF9' THURSTON ATKINS Loves pinochle . . . resident student until he married one of our previous graduates . . . great kidder . . . likes to have a good time . . . sports enthusiast. Glee Club lg Wrestling 2,3g Soccer 15 Baseball 1,2. vga- SARA KATHRYN BAKER "Sara" . . . blond, blue eyes . . . ambitious and efficient . . . has sleeping sickness . . . ice cream is her second love . . . men her first . . . does wonders with a needle . . . sweet and reliable . . . never does today what she can do tomor- row . . . sentimental-keeps a diary? . . . loved her kindergarten class . . . spent Christmas in Florida. Section Chairman lg Dance Committee 3,4g Tennis 2,3: Modern Dance 21 Student Christian Association 1,2,3,4, Future Teachers of America 43 Freshman Advisory Council -President: Tower Echoes 4. CHER 5" .oo ,Q 13, fr si 1 i'Iv'.5'S 'S i 'Ji ?' 5i'l'l"Q H' 'B - l air iyf O 1555 mt' MARGARET LOUISE BANKERT "Peggy" . . . "Do tell" . . . appears quiet: but her friends know otherwise . . . going down on the farm with Allen . . . a great athlete . . . a future diving star . . . one of the Canasta Quartetg 20 games ahead of her opponents . . . talks to her roommates after she goes to sleep . . . very artistic . . . together with Mim and Millie form an inseparable trio. Soccer l,2,3g Archery l,2,3,4g Basketball 1,2,3,4g Tennis 1,23 Badminton 1,2,3,4g Volleyball 1,2,3,4g Softball l,2,3,4g Bowling 1,2,3,4g Student Christian Association lg Future Teachers of America 4. ti? Xxx 'Y MARIE K. BAUM Received a testimonial from New York College of Music . . . likes all music from Bach to Boogie . . . Benny Good- man and Piatigorsky being her favorites . . . hobby is the outfof'doors . . . studies birds and collects sea shells . . . loves to sleep under the stars . . . has a pet idea for a farm to grow petunias, tomatoes, and pine trees . . . but first her efforts shall be directed toward an M.A. in teacher education. Future Teachers of America 4. 'R LF. 3 ' QQ' I , 1 S CLARENCE E. BASBMAN "Base" . . . money'madfMartin-man . . . exdlyer . . . "It isn't nailed down is it?" . . . science major . . . hunting devotee . . . "Ali Baba" of the "Forty Thieves." Intramural Basketball 2,3. 4-l 9' . Q ig, in-Q 3 -11 I flllli CHARLES D. BAVIS "Charlie" . . . loads of fun . . . always ready for a laugh . . . his jokes are priceless . . . lends a helping hand to everyone . . . favorite subject is "Marge" . . . likes to play the college medley . . . "Afroo'tah" . . . chief coifee maker in the northwest corner of the west dorm . . . imported from Loyola . . . Army Air Force veteran . . . "It isn't a new wine, it isn't an old wine, it's a cheap wine" . . . loyal. to Anne Arundel. BARBARA BELLE "Barb" . . . tall, interested gal from Parkville . . . loves American History-particularly Hopkins style . . . very versatile . . . flies around in a '40 Chevy . . . sparkling brown eyes and long black hair . . . snappy dresser . . . always ready to help you with your problems . . . good friend. Future Teachers of America 1,2,3,4g Natural History Group Sp Glee Club 3g Athletic Electives l,2,3,4g 'Tower Light 3,4. .iz VL ,Sa :fy .7 " 1454 ,NWT-fjr' fi ., , cf 'DN MARLYN BERKENFELD Perpetual talker . . . "as a matter of fact" . . . favorite hobby is talking . . . partial to Hopkins . . . loves to laugh . . . takes life with a grain of salt . . . Joker in any game. LIKE A SHINING LIGHT... LEONARD LEROY BERNHARDT "Bernie" . . . S.T.C.'s wrestling champ . . . sleeps A.M. and P.M .... loved student teaching . . . our college Caruso . . . summered at Camp Ramblewood . . . a real waterbug . . . "Any way I can get out of work is all right with me" . . . "Take a number between 4 and 6" . . . the only member of Dad's Den who doesn't smoke. Wrestling 1,2,3,4g Track lg Intramural Football 1,2,3g Intramural Baseball 1,23 Future Teachers of America 3,45 Variety Show 1,25 Men's Chorus lg Class Dance Com- mittee l,2,3. PHYLLIS JENKINS BESHORB "Phyl" . . . an attractive blonde . . . beautiful voice . . . Miss Weyforth's indispensable . . . keeps the gab sessions alive . . . always has a smile for everyone . . . reserve of earrings . . . very agreeable . . . would rather wallk than ride . . . mothered three ducklings and six peeps . . . vivacious . . . "it's too early in the morning" . . . pen pal in Australia. Glee Club l,?.,3g Vxce'Pre5ident 3, President 4: Chimes Guild 1,43 Student Christian Association Choir l,3,4g Archery l,3q Badminton 3: Natural History Group 15 feannie Group lg Tower Echoes 4. '51 7'-ws. ,S i N V il' J "uni ' A f ' mac: - - y V, I ' tn-. I' ' fi'Q.l.lf ls' + u-I - .4 'Wx Nga., MARY ELLEN BILLINGSLEY "Huffy" . . . ardent athlete . . . largely reSp0nSibl2 f0l' many of the upsets dealt opposing teams in hockey . . . settled down to a life of pots and pans in her junior year . . . an extremely agile and amiable person, well liked by everyone . . . one of the most happily married people we know. Hockey l,Z,3,4g Soccer 2,3,4g Tennis 'Zg Softball 1,2,4g Bowling 1,Z,3,4g Badminton 1,2,3,4g Volleyball 1,2,4g Student Christian Association 1. l. GORDON C. BLANK "Gordie" . . . good natured . . . easy going . . . Mr. Cox's right hand man with the Aviation Club . . . loves to conduct class in the linkrtrainer . . , looking forward to a career in the Navy . . . claims that clean dorms don't look lived in . . . always ready for a game of pool or chess or most anything else . . . loves to imitate faculty. Aviation Club 1,2,3,4g Men's Chorus 2,3,43 Soccer Ig Freshman Advisory Councilg Student Government Associa- tion Executive Board 2,33 Glee Club lg National History Group 13 Senior Class Treasure-f 4. STANDS THE GREEN AND WHITE... ROBERT E. BREITENBACH MILDRED BRENNAN "Bob" . . . Air Force veteran . . . proud, dad of two boys "Millie" . . . Irish through and through, excluding the . . . bookworm who likes to write as well as read . . . characteristic temper . . .easy going . . . often seen with excelled in' all courses . . . joined the ranks of Kappa Delta the other Millie! . . . witty . . . sophisticated looking . . . Pi in 1952 . . . likes to philosophize, evidenced by- his ardent sports fan, especially lacrosse . . . favorite pastime love of good poetry and literature . . . doesn't say much, is sleeping . . . enjoyed dancing class . . . liked student but thinks a lot. Future Teachers of Americag Kappa Delta Pi. teaching . . . 'Tm as graceful as an ox." we MV'- -es Q fa 'J .a M. 1 1 " we S ,B 75W . 'L l l'3:i:'...: .. -H. . f--::::::i'.x :....--""" :: V cHERs Q' o f .im 1' W7 I.. in 3 X fillll ' 0 : Q Pg. A P. is .0 ' ,gf AQ gi 4 9fwlQu'.:qtig-iii 'S ix. ,Xi 1,5 as .v -L N ' l866'M g1EiEiEii fi Q r ' 1' 2 f , .fp-fifsaii sf -fvv . ". nl EDGAR NELSON BROOKS ELOISE MARIE BROWN "Nels" . . . Athletic type . . . quiet until well known . . . "Sally"'. . . always wears a grin that turns into an affec- tall, blue'eyed, blond . . . pleasing personality . . . mem- ber of the "big four" . . . one of the Cottage Cheeses . . . genuine good guy . . . GIRLS-he has a cabin cruiser!! . . . Bullet fan . . . likes sacftime, movies, Sundays on the Chesapeake . . . looking forward to teaching and a happy family. Soccer' 25 Tennis 3,43 junior Varsity Basketball lg Student Christian Association 43 Class Secretary 45 Men's Chorus 43 Bookshop Committee 33 Variety Show 2g S.G.A. Council 4. MARVIN C. BROWNING Quiet . . . handsome . . . friendly with everyone . . . "Boy, you can't fool those monthly checks." . . . "I know I llunked that test" . . . ardent admirer of Gene's ties . . . Ruby, his wife . . . "How about a coffee?" Men's Chorus 1,2,3,4g Intramural Basketball 11 Section Chairman 2g Soccer Manager 2. tionate smile . . . pleasant personality . . . philosophy in life-"don't be what you isn't, just be what you is" . . . likes teaching English at Robert E. Lee Junior High School, No. 49 . . . good luck to Sally and that 1951 graduate from State Teachers College . . .enjoys those trips to Pennsyl' vania . . . hopes to visit California soon. Future Teachers of America 3,43 Volleyball 25 Bowling 2.3. ,si fwzi- -:fix 5 1' 7?ff'E'f5S A-1.3 l will 1- , ' ' TSW! N Q: , i AMON BURGEE, III "Amie" . . . all around athlete . . . a Ted Williams fan . . . favorite with opposite sex . . . neat dresser . . . one of the clique . . . discovered a brownfeyed brunette in Sophomore year . . . "I can dream, can't 1" . Q . patient , . . expects to join Uncle Sam soon . . . enjoys Mario Lanza . . . don't let that quiet manner fool you. Soccer 3,45 Basketball l,2,3,4g Baseball l,2,3,4g Class Treas' urer 1,23 VicefPresident of Merfs Athletic Association 25 Variety Show 13 Varsity Club l,2,3,4g Future Teachers of America 4. iv 224 as CHER P- S. .49 J oo lu if r A - f lm r ,S 2 'P T 11-I -fl? . fn 3 is-ON Swv- ' l866-Mk 1 Jr,-,gas -6' iltififarii JEANNETTE BURK Amiable and easy going . . . impressed with the third grade . . . beams at the thought of George . . . spends all of her weekends at home . . . famous for those prize-winning lemon pies . . . could sleep through an earthquake . . . maintains her third of a beautiful room in Newell . . . athletic letteiq and star girl. Future Teachers of America 3,41 Marshals 25 Student Christian Association 1,2,3,4g Volleyball 1,2,3,4: Bowling 1,2,3,4g Badminton 2,3,4g Archery 13,45 Softball 23 Mod. ern Dance 2,3,4. HARRY MONTAGUE BURKHARDT, III "Hap" . . . happily married to former Towsonite "B.I." . . . loves to eatg can even cook . . . "heard any good jokes?" . . . likes a good' bull session . . . very serious about education . . . "A" student teacher . . . "part' time" interest in a tea company . . . pipe and good book on a winter evening. junior Varsity Basketball 13 Intramural Football 1,2. 'Tue N . .HJ C. ROGER BURKINS "Roger" . , . nice looking . . . one of the married men at Towson . . . terrific singer and loved Miss MacDonaId's music course . . . future elementary teacher . . . bound to be a great success with the lads . . . all around good sport . . . ever ready for a good time. Glee Club 1. 1'-g 595 A. RUTH CAREY "Ruthie" . . . petite southern belle . . . quiet and pleasant personality . . . ambitious and hard working . . . can always be depended upon . . . enjoys "good times" . . . "Miss Essex 1951" . . . Navy supporter . . . likes variety . . . sincere about teaching profession . . . enjoys sports, especially bowling . . . midnight prayer-"Carol, when are you ever going to turn out the lights?" International Relations Club lg Tower Echoes 4g Sports Electives 1,2,3,4g Company Captain 4. MARY CATHERINE CASSIDY Kitty . . . "Hopalong" . . . tall, slender, freckles, "Irish" . . . blushes at the slightest provocation . chemistry whiz? . . . got two hamsters from one of her students . . . neat dresser . , . attends all classes? . . . steady diet of potato chips . . . Kitty, what happened to the food at Dr, Hartley's party? . . . good natured . . . "Who wants to play bridge?" WITH OUR S MIRIAM LBBERMAN CHESTER "Mir" . . . a good mixer . . . proved it by mixing college and marriage . . . his name? Chester Morris, not a cigarette but a physicist . . . easy to iind . . . small blonde, talks with hands . f. plays poor game of canasta . . . does wonders with little ones . . . ambition, four . . . always has friends up for Sunday morning breakfast. Soccer lg Basketball 1,29 Volleyball l,2,4g Future Teachers of America 3. 'Os V ANNA CAROLYN CELLA Received a "Mrs." degree before entering college . . . could talk and talk about her little daughter "Dee Dee" . . . would make a great photographer . . . dresses like she just stepped out of "Vogue" . . . quiet charm and radiant smile . . . loved student teaching . . . a very talented artist . . . Sophomore 6 survivor . . . has been seen palling around with Pieroschek for four years . . . interested in writing children's books. Future 'Teachers of America 4. PIRITS BOLD... KATHRYN N. CHILDS "Kacy" . . . an avid Blue Jay fan . . . likes D.U. parties . . . always has a song on her lips . . . rosy complexion . . . often indulges in an afternoon nap . . . crazyabout swim- ming . . . naive . . . natural waves are never out-of-place . . . inherits artistic ability . . . abounding good spirits . . . a cheerful "Hi" for everyone. Chimes Guild 1,2,3g Glee Club 1: Student Christian Asso' ciation 43 Dramatic Club 1,2,3,4g Variety Show l,2,4g International Relations Club 45 Tower Light lg Dorm Social Committee 35 Future Teachers of America 43 Fresh- man Advisory Council. 0'-N 40- 45 995 DOROTHY RUTH COCHRANE "Dot" . . . hearty bridge fan . . . nice contralto voice . . . enjoys a good laugh . . . likes that second cup of coffee at breakfast time . . . knows beautiful German songs . . . Resident Director's Assistant on week-ends . . . Towson's only gal to graduate from Polyfnight school . . . an old hand at Sophomore test marking . . . a good friend to know. House Committee 1: Chess Club lg Publicity lg Glee Club 1,2,3. 'kwf LEATRICE COHEN "Libby" . . . always smiling-giggles, too! . . . sparkling eyes . . . loves to go to Don's fraternity parties . . . swears she'll never knit another sweater . . . chatterbox . . . kept K-P's in stitches-Oh, those tales! . . . "If I can only get the car" . . . lovely to look at . . . wedding bells in August . . . loves to talk about her niece . . . Miss Weyforth's prize at the piano. Tennis lg Basketball 1,23 Volleyball 2,43 Softball 2,45 Bowling 2: Future Teachers of America 35 International Relations Club 1. EVER OURS T0 HOLD. ROGER B. COPINGER, jR. "Cop" . . . Wilson Point Special. Socrates Immortal . . . Proud papa of two . . . ushavetailn every Tuesday night . . , only man in whole crowd who owns his home fwith Penny, of coursel . . . actor of the "Forty Thieves" . . . Fisher's parties. future Teachers of America 3,43 junior'Senior Menfs Club 3,45 Intramural Basketball 2,3g Intramural Football 33 Baseball 2. MARY TERESA CORTIS "Teres" . . , energetic, spirited and beautiful . . . talented in music . . . anxious fo! all around her to enjoy life . . . excellent with children . . . Chuck . . . makes friends easily . . . a Dundalk, gal! . . . imaginative . . . Barb and joan . . . stylish dresser . . . spent one year with the girls in the dorm . . . loves bridge parties. Future Teachers of America 2,3,4g Bowling l,2,3,4. if ffl'- 3-iz., JOAN MALONE COVEY L "Joan" . . . baby blue eyes . . . efficiency and capability plus . . . does well everything she undertakes . . . top notch student teacher . . . "Oh, darn" . . . can misplace her belongings with the greatest of ease . . . a liery temper when provoked . . . married December 15th . . . loves cold weather because she's a native of Ohio . . . sews beautifully. ,,c,HERs f 6' .oo ai fff' 53 , F 4Yllf'l'T'i!1fsk is U' I N". m W a l ll . 3, ' ' Q 015, ,lf 'V vt 414.4 O 15: ' lass- " FRANK CRAMBLITT "Frank" . . . congenial and sincere person . . . well liked by everyone who knows him . . . dependable and friendly . . . possesses a rare sense of humor . . . spends most of his spare time commuting from Hyattsville where he and Arlene have set up home . . . "Say, did I tell you?" . . . Ernie Pyle has set the precedent for his style of writing . . . fine tenor. xr Fin ROSEMARY KATHLEEN CREDE Smart dresser . . . loves cakes . . . has a special interest in Pennsylvania . . . transfer from University of Maryland . . . conscientious about studies . . . willing worker . . . friendly personality . . . warbles like a lark . . . loves to go to bed early: the next morning that is. Future Teachers of America 41 Glee Club 2,3,4. ,...:, . s-ww., , -:Ang 2? ., 4 r f--. , V. qw 4?'- V. DEANE CRESNNELL Musically inclined . . . teaches piano . . . writes many letters to a certain guy in Korea . . . up'to'date in work . . . wonderful time in Ocean City last summer . . . likes dorm life . . . was "day'hop" for three years . . . frequent week-end trips to roommate's home in Silver Spring . . . "I never had it so good" . . . makes most of her clothes . . . "That's good" . . . "Dem it, anyway." Glee Club l,2,3,4: Future Teachers of America 4: Student Christian Association 4. CHERS fo - . 'o -Ay? of ,ff l' rx lh in ri - in 4 .gf , A E l ', ww l" 7 'li' tolli? gl A - ' .' - Q - 9 043, JQJ N. , 9.9 o lass V' NORMA LEE CU LLISON "Norm" . . . naturally curly hair and "peaches and cream" skin . . . that sparkler on her left hand is from the Naval Academy . . . Monday morning finds her talking about that wonderful weekend with "jack" . , . quiet manner disguises a hidden talent for writing stories for primary children . . . likes the second grade . . . makes a lot of her own clothes . . . a flattering listener . . . day hop for four years. Archery 25 Future Teachers of America 3,4. IRVIN JOHN CURRY "Irve" . . . a smile and a "Hi" for everyone . . . can always be found in the library-his nose in a history book . . . loves chess, puts whole heart in it . . . aspires to be a history teacher . . . interested in clramatics. QUK MARY ELLEN CURRY Beautiful natural curly hair . , , sharp on the flute . . . tops in gab sessions . , . a real friend . . . loved her Sth and 6th graders . . . quite the pal to Nancy . , . privileged to live and learn German with Ellen . . , summers in New York . . . black eye as a sophomore lfrom Hockey?J. Women's Athletic Electives-Archery, Hockey, Soccer. Basketball, Volleyball, Bowlingg Modern Dance l,2,3,4g Orchestra 3 yearsg Future Teachers of America 45 House Committee, Fire Chiefg Student Christian Association 4. fu? CHARLOTTE PARKS DALEY Charlotte . . . sweet and unassuming . . . loves children and they love her . . . active in school . . . good student . . . ambition to teach young children . . . "Oh, Really!" Athletic Electives 1,2,3,4g Future Teachers of America 1,3,4g Aviation Club 1,2, Secretary 1,25 Hostess Club 3,4, President 33 Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Chimes Guild 1,2,3, Vice President 35 Student Christian Association 1,25 Tower Light l,2. ,tj sf. -, gif . -, Q .gs ni- .. ' I' 0412 . t, ,QM . L V. V, ..,, i. , SHIRLEY KOLB DARNABY February graduate . . . another newlywed from the Class of '52 . . . witty at well' as pretty . . . always looks like a fashion plate . . . enjoyed Dr. Minnegan's Recreation Course . . . "Jim" is the main topic of her conversation . . . always ready to be a "fourth" in bridge . . . dramatic. ,rr 19' JANET EILEEN DAVIS "Ian" . . . tennis enthusiast . . . member of "Merry Marms" trio . . . a new male interest every week, but eager to settle down with the right one . . . a live wire . . . forever getting her hair cut . . . can dance to any' thing . . . "Got a cigarette?" . . . guaranteed to laugh at any joke you tell her . . . bridge artist. Natural History Group 1,2,3,4, President 1,Zg Freshman Advisory Councilg Tennis 2,31 Canterbury Club 1,2,3,4g Bowling 1,23 Tower Light 2g Student Government Associa' tion Executive Board 3g Chimes Guild 1,23 Modern Dance 1,25 Variety Show 1,2,4. ONWARD, STILL ONWARD... LAURA LEE DEGEN "Lee" . . . more bounce to the ounce when she walks . . . lives for those weekends with Johnnie . . . always trying to get a word in . . . "Ya know what I' mean" . . . never gets a phone call 'til she's in the bathtub . . . very sympathetic and understanding . . . full of pep and energy . . . still a little girl at heart. Student Christian Association 1,2,3, Secretary 4g Future Teachers of America 3,4g Variety Show lg Tower Echoes 49 Dance Committees 3,4. v DONALD EDWARD DETTMORE From out of the night steps Don, a potential genius . . . the "master mind" . . . to Don can be traced a goodly number of the faculty's sorrows and student joys . . . a born joker . . . an original grackle . . . famous for the periodic cross'country trips which he takes with Huber in the Dettmobile to Florida, JJ' Nauv- -is ' . 'K-, - ei .' 'SKF ,---7 -. ' ,-A w-4 ' w X s, . 'g I' sbp . i Vx ' 'ez , . -. 1 is 'Q 4 sr Q l X .4 A Y 'N - i ELMER DIZE "Elmo" . . . original sense of humor . . . simple philosophy of life . . . hard worker . . . "toured" Europe during the war as a top sergeant , . . enthusiastic soccer player . . . helped Uncle Sam with the Christmas mail . . . easy to get along with . . . calm, cool, and collected . . . likes all sports . . . anxious to get started teaching . . . favorite subject-his wife. Soccer 1,2,3,4g 'Track 1,33 Meri's Athletic Association Treasurer 4. CLAS OLIVE MARIE DUNKER "Ollie" . . . naturally curly hair . . . weekends at Naval Academy . . . favorite at Rosedale Elementary . . . Tabu -her specialty . . . sparkling eyes . . . never too busy to help a friend . . . lived with Mollie all four years . . . "But I dor1't have any problems" . . . Canterbury close to her heart . . . gem of a roommate. Freshman Advisory Couricilg Student Christian Association 1,2,3,4: Canterbury Club 1,Z,3,4: Chimes Guild 1,2,3,4g Future Teachers of America 43 Sports Electives 1,2,3,4g Tower Echoes 4. BETTY LOU DRAPER "Lou" . . . 5'8" blonde Helen of Troy . . . tall one of "Mutt and jeff" twosome . . . loval fan at all S.T.C. games. particularly basketball season '51 . . . "George!" . . . poise and personality plus . . . terrific dancer . . . needs that sleep . . . remembered for the can'can and tin soldier performances . . . summers at Rehoboth . . . wonderful swimmer . . . contagious laugh . . . "Hi, Babe" . . . loves kindergarten . . . combined with Buck-S.T.C.'s Sweet' hearts of '51 . . . good dresser . . . money isn't a problem-a "Buck" will do. Glen Players 2,31 Future Teachers of America 2,4g Variety Show 1,2,4g 'Tower Light 3: Tower Echoes 45 Archery 2. S OF '52 ORMALEE DURM "Lee" . . . the town and country girl, Baltimore and Annapolis . . . Dr. Moser's right hand girl . . . good looking clothes . . . ardent Naval Academy fan . . . man' ages to keep that high average . . . a "home on weekends" dorm student . . . fishing, boating, and swimming enthus' iast . . . the versatile one. Affllffy 1,2,3,4: B0wlir1g 1,2,3,4g Badminton 2,44 S.C.A. 23 F.T.A. 35 L.S.A. 4. 1 ,il ,Cl 4 v IX 4, I SHIRLEY JANE DUVALL "Shirl" . . . better known as "Miss Fixfitn . . . very athletic . . . incessant giggler . . . cheerful and kind' hearted . . . "healthy voice" , . . can't be serious for longer than two seconds . . . decided drawl. . . beautiful complexion . . , "Don't argue with me!" . . . goes for the "chiefs" . . . tall member of the "five" . . . quiet only in the A.M. Marshals 1,2,3,4g Future Teachers of America 43 Student Christian Association Ig Tower Echoes Staffg Woman's Athletic Association Sport Manager 4g All Girls Elec' tives 1,2,3. QPC ERS . .A ,F 'Q' e og lu 1 c A dw" uiiluifi iiri V if 'gil' -' --wigs 'H in - 1e52I".' J ffl fx- E 'P 'SCON' 4.8, ' I365 .MFE MARY E. FEENEY "Betty" . . . alias "Fifi" . . . a chattering chipmunk , , . lives for the weekends . . . those Polish weddings . . . can tell the tallest tales with the straightest faces . . , chief interest-the Air Corps and especially "Al" . , , vivid imagination . . . "Can't see a thing without my glasses!" . . . one of the lucky seniors that worries about nothing. Newman Club 41 Future Teachers of America 4. 'SPD-' 4'--' MARY LOUISE PRITCHARD EASSON "Marilou" . . . bobs around at a rapid rate . . . is prac' tical, yet impulsive . . . was chained to a desk in the Tower Light office until her marriage to Graeme . . . likes painting, playing the piano, decorating her apart- ment, long walks . . . was a counselor for three years . . . wants to travel-especially to Alaska. Tennis l,2: Badminton 1,'l.3: Archery 2g Modern Dance 21 Tower Light 1,2,3g Student Recruitment Committee 3. .Pm 4--"' GRAEME S, EAS SON Of Scot descent . . . from the state of XVashington . . . takes time to think . . , has an unpredictable sense of humor . . . enjoys photography, classical records, his 37 Chevrolet, "Sherlock Holmes." traveling. and camping . . . has been a camp counselor for crippled children . . . worked in Paris for the Economic Cooperation Administra' tion . . . married Marilou in his junior year, Alpha Phi Omega Z,3,4. ae'-I 7I PACHER ef' o A9 fa, .0 ' -' Exif- f 4 , R I I' lil- T Q in ' I ll' I N UI lx ' ' Q' 0 :L Q ECON 4J " lji,'g.' like ' less-WB VIRGINIA DELAUTER FENBY "Ginny" . . . changed her name to Fenby in December . . , has a contagious giggle . . . never changes . . . always sweet and understanding . . . likes the life of a farmer, "Wally" . . . "He's a case." . . . can make friends and influence people . . . spent much time day dreaming and counting off the days . . . a perfect roommate. Future Teachers of America 3: Intravarsity Christian Fel- lowship 1,2,3,4g Softball 1,21 Archery 1,Z,3g Bowling 1,29 Badminton l,2,3. BETTE ANNE JACKSON FINCH "jackie" . . . changed from Miss to Mrs. in November . . "He's just my Bill" . . . adds a lot of pep to the cheers . . . S.T.C.'s own torch singer . . . "The Dance of the Seventh Veil" . . . catches up on gossip and studies after the stroke of 12 . . . composed the class song . . . will always be remembered as one of the "Merry Marms" , . . tcp notch worker for the class. Student Christian Association Choir 2,3,4g Glee Club lg Variety Show 1,25 Cheerleader 3,4, Captain 43 Future Teachers of America 45 Newman Club 4g Freshman Ad' visory Councilg Dorm Social Chairman 3g Bowling 2,3,4g Soccer 1,2. 'IK GEORGE WILLIAM FISHER "Old Man" . . . "I'll see somebody about this" . . . Army Vet . . . oldest student at S.T.C .... happily married nine years plus to Mary Ann . . . "Hey Cop, how about that coin box?" . . . library custodian . . . supplier of the "Forty Thieves" . . . originator of Fisher's parties. Kappa Delta Pig Baseball 1,21 Intramural Basketball 2,3: junior-Senior Men's Clubg Future Teachers of America 1,2. MARY ANNA DRAPER FITZPATRICK "Marianne" . . . walked up the aisle June '51 . . . can't wait until she has her own first grade . . . terrific dancer . . . beautiful home on joppa Road . . . transfer from Western Maryland . . . summer at Rehoboth . . . likes traveling . . . can really cook . . . calls her cat "Sauer kraut" , . , a Loyola fan . . . loves to knit . . . "you know" . . . very thoughtful . . . keen sense of humor . . . sincere . . . likes being a day'hop . . . George! House Committee 1g Freshman Advisory Councilg Fire Chief 23 Sports Electives 2,3,4. it if fin MIRIAM FRETER CLAIRE FRIEDMAN "Mira" . . . one of the canasta quartet . . . never worries "I don't have a New York accent" , . , biggest giggler about losing a game . . . Erlich's honey . . . Miss Yoder's in music class . . . nnally got rid of those old loafers . . . pride and joy . . . star of the athletic Held . . . loves supplies friends with food on days without lunch periods looking out of the window . . . very particular . . . . . . can always End her practicing the piano . . . "If she original tastes . . .jovial manner and good sense of humor makes me sing, I'll die!" . . . can't wait until holidays . . . lives in the only suite that doesn't own an ashtray . . . come to scoot up to New York. takes up for Sykesville any time, any day . . . has been T '1,2:Ah 1:S bll1,2:B l 1,' paling around with Peggy and Millie for four years. mms TC ew oft G Owing 2' Modem Dance 1,2. All Sports Electives 1,2,3,4g Student Christian Association: Future Teachers of America 4. MEMORIES WILL LINGER... LUCILLE FRANCES GEISELMAN EARL GERBER Pfgves that ugood goods Come in small packages" l . , Came to Towson in sophomore year . . . known for being can always eat another hamburger . . . loves to knit for conscientious and Pefsevefing in his' work ' NSY going Dick . . . planning a summer wedding . . . still trying to Pef5on3llfY - - - always ready and willing to give a helping bake a good cake . . . an aversion to swimming . . . earncst hand - ' - makes friends easily - - - 1905595525 8 subtle worker , l , must have been born a "ham" . U ' oh, that sense of humor . . . dennitely liberal in his ideas . . . a powdered hair . . . a motherly instinct . . . "I feel a Speeial int21'9Sf in Clfamatics. draft" . . . always ready to pitch in and help. Future Teachers of America 3,41 Student Christian Asso- ciation 1,2,3,4g Freshman Advisory Councilg Tower Echoes Staffg Dance Committee 3,41 House Committee Parliaf mentarian 4. 'gif 1'- 79' BEVERLY "Bev" . . . beautiful McCoy College . . . WOLFE GLASSMAN "almond" eyes . , . transfer from received MRS. in June '51 . . . can't wait to leave on that train for Princeton . . . steady, . . always comes out on top . . . library" . . . "Gotta write a letter dependable, serious . "Guess I'll go to the -to Irv, of course." Kappa Delta Pi: Future Teachers of America 43 Basketball 1,23 Tennis 1,21 Volleyball 2,31 Softball 1,2. THOUGH WE'VE 'GO BEVERLY GOLD "Bev" , . . married Harvey in her yumor year . , 4 grand cook and housekeeper . . . refreshing sense of humor . . . remembers block picnic . . . enjoys listening and talking to people . . . has a sympathetic ear . . . soft smile, deep brown eyes . . . makes all her clothes . . . excitable . . . favorite expression "Oh-fliffQfl3!" Future Teachers of America 43 Womar1's Athletic Assn' ciation. i' 1' BRUCE L. GODFREY A clown who never let his heart show through his smile . . . wrestler, actor, discus thrower, and student . . . called "monster" and "gopher" . . . knows people well enough not to take them seriously . . . punctured stuffed shirts with venom and a chuckle. Glee Club 13 Glen Players 1,Z,3,43 Future Teachers of America 23 Track 1,2,3g Wrestling 1,2. NE FROM YOU... MAXINB FAYE GOODMAN The gal who sports the cool crepe shoes is incessantly on the run . . . famous for her surprise parties . . . glad to give you a lift in her reconditioned Chrysler . . . the "little" trinket adorning her third finger, left hand is from her O.A.O., "Norm" . . . will get her MRS. in Iune '52. Tennis lg Archery 11 Basketball 2g Bowling 2,43 Future 'Teachers of America 4. CAROL GRIFFITH Small package of vitality . . . doesn't let college career interfere with social life . . . seasons her life with football CHERS. AQ' oo ai lllll! salk N O "ig 9 4 - J JON- '. vid P' Qnnimm lass V' DOROTHY MAY GROVES "Dot" . . . transfer from Washington College . . . neat' ness personihed . , . has turned out many socks for . . . part of Tibbles'GrifIithfLaw firm. julian . . . a letter to "him" every night . . . never hears Badminton 2,3g Tennis 2,3: Modern Dance 1: Volleyball 2: Future Teachers of America 45 Student Government Association Social Chairman 4. the alarm , . . has been caught talking fast and furious in her sleep , . . crazy about "Skylark" . . . can give Iturbi competition on the piano . . . has hidden talents- English Lit. isn't one of them . . . a daily bridge date after dinner . . . always busy. Tower Light 2: Tower Echoes Stajfg Future Teachers of Americag Archery 2,3,4: Chimes Guild 3,4. Nt. TRINA LEE HALPERT Favorite subject, "Sam" . . . became Mrs. in junior year . . . "gotta go home to clean my apartment" . . . loved student teaching Qno wonder-she got an Al . . . pro' fessional bridge teacher before snack bar ban . . . "gotta have a cigarette" . . . short hair cuts . . . flashing smile and winning personality . . . "he's such a doll." Basketball l,2,3g 'Tennis 1,21 Volleyball 1,23 Softball 1,2: Future Teachers of America 33 Intramural Relations Club l. o""' 7 WILLIAM M. HAMMERMAN "Bill" . . . natural born organizer . . . definite philosophy of life . . , "Bob, I'm lighting you" . . . "Now listen people" . . . ex-resident of Big G's mansion and Glen House . . . enjoys a little bit of everything and is truly a great guy to know. Glen Players 2: Variety Show 25 IRC 2: APO 2,3,4, President 4: F.'I'.A. 2,3,4, Member State Executive Com' mittee 3g Kappa Delta Pi 3. President 41 'Tower Light 2,3, Editor 31 Tower Echoes Editor 4g Glee Club 2: Represenf tative to E.S.T.A. 35 FAC ViCC'PT8S1dCHI 33 Cheerleaders 2,3,4: SGA Executive Board 2,3,4: SCA 2.3.-4g Student' Faculty Board 3: Track 2,3,4. 75 CHERS s o dr In .O ' li, :ill Q4 I I 4- 5 5 fB!.'iEE.lQIc5w g 3? A """: Q' o,, s-.f-. e s- : i -D7 0 9- laes W' ANN K. HAWLEY Unsung hero of the Glen Players . . . wore plaid pedal pushers to class one day . . . likes to write backwards . . . Lissa's Santa Claus . . . enjoyed that easy summer living so much she didn't want to wear shoes when she came back . . . never does things 'til the last minute . . . quite a sense of humor . . . showed her talent for painting in Room No. 7 . . . appreciation of drama and the Glen Players. Variety Show of 1949 Ig Glen Players 1,2,3,4g Bowling 1. .31 - 'weft Q Y' SARAH ANN HENDRIX "Ann" . . . Quiet??? . . . neat and nice . . . one of Miss Weyforth's favorite music students? . . . radiant red hair,. always well groomed . . . eats breakfast in a daze . . . lives for those weekends at home . . . most congenial . . . "'Have you Enished those argyles yet?" . . . She's just "choice" . . . knows all the tricks in the trade of Domestic Arts . . . a good one to have on any athletic team. Soccer 1,2,3g Hockey 1,21 Bowling 1,2,3,4g Basketball 2g Badminton 1,23 Volleyball l,2,4: Marshals 1,25 Student Christian Association 1,2,3,4. JAMES O. HENTSCHEL "Big Jim" . . . Lover of nature . . . Merchant Marine . . . part time Navy flyer . . . photographer extraordinary . . . silent but dangerous . . . That mayonnaise jar warning, "Keep cool, but do not freeze" . . . 'Oflicial cameraman of the "Forty Thieves" . . . Fisher's parties. Variety Show l,Z,3g Aviation Club 2,3,4g Glen Players 2,3g Men's Club 3,-1. FRANKLIN HLAVAC "Frank" . . . easy going . . . sleeps in Dr. Moser's math class . . . doesn't worry about tomorrow . . . visits Alcazar . . . modest and unassuming . . . very quiet . . . transferred in sophomore year . . . silence is golden . . . friendly to all . . . cheery "hello" to everybody . . . often seen in library . . . gets stuck alone in all-girl classes . . . sits in rear at Glee Club rehearsals. Future Teachers of America 3,49 Glee Club 3,4g Art Club 2. DONALD A. HOBBS "Don" would probably like to be remembered as a poet and a dreamer . . . was also one of the immortals of the pingfpong room . . . poor man's Cyrano DeBergerac . . . never classed himself as such . . . one of the intellectuals . . . never a "joiner" or "do gooder" . . . not a stero' type of any school of thought . . . ping-pong game is as unorthodox as his poetic appraisal of life. fuss ilslf' our ALICE HOLDEN Very conscientious . . . "old married woman" but still a schoolgirl giggler . . . proud of her two boys . . . and Al . . . displayed her maternal talents on T.V. . . . Grade "A" student teacher . . . drives a "Caddy" to school . . . active member of the Mount Washington set . . . well liked . . . favorite science teaching technique is stuffed birds . . . February grad . . . nice to know. Future Teachers of America 4. TOWER CLOCK AND IVIED WALLS... DEBORAH HOPWOOD "Debbie" . . . came from American University . . . husband, Bill, a public relations man . . . always busy . . . keeping house, working, going to school . . . makes classes lively . . . pleasant smile . . . soft voice . . . can talk on almost any subject . . . wears dark-rimmed glasses . . . good student . . . very tiny. International Relations Club 3. CHARLES HORBERG Sense of humor . . . proud of son, David . . . Enally got a '49 Chevrolet . . . good natured . . . former Army employee . . . likes to talk . . . famous laugh . . . red hair . . . Quote Mr, Horberg, "Used car dealers are no fffe good." Future Teachers of America 3,4g Alpha Phi Omega 3,4. cf' C7 Q . 1 , Snr JAMBS Horrns "jim" , . . "Eddie" . . . "P-efrfk-o" . . . check the records . . . empty gas tank . . . private chauffeur for certain practice teacher? . . . Tennis any one? . . . Pinhead . . . All Mason Dixon . . . Allftime Towson great . . . one of the Jim Twins . . . Mr. Soccer S.T.C .... voted Mr. Popularity of 1951 Draft Board . . . proud owner of a 19?? Chevrolet . . . the educated- toe. 'G' 'Q 'A' 'ii PATRICIA G. HOWARD Pat . . . the petite one . . . gym enthusiast . . . very interested in everything, especially Ed . . . has combined marriage and school .successfully these last two years . . . that sense of humor . . . her famous last words, "Well, tell me some news" . . . will be a nice teacher . . . never in a rush. Glee Club 1,25 Bowling 25 Future Teachers of America 45 Student Christian Association 1. LONELY GLEN AND ECHOING HALLS... MARY HUBBERT "Nugie," often misunderstood . . . cute little red headed spark . . . has a great capacity for sleep . . . a hazard on the highway . . . fond of late hours and Eastern Shore men . . . guffaws at a good joke . . . loves dancing and sports . . . has a ine sense of humor and values . . . "I hate to appear ridiculous" . . . plans to write a book some' day . . . "I'm going back tothe Eastern Shore where 'ah' belong." Bowling 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,25 Softball 2,45 Student Christian Association 1,25 Future Teachers of America 3,4. ROBERT IOHN HUBER Bob's sense of humor is well-known among his friends, of which there are many . . . seen often with Dettmore, the other evil genius with whom he organized many "flushes" . . . Member of the five "grackles" . . . "Let's go to Pittsburgh!" . . . an authority on ancient Greece . . . will make a good teacher. International Relations Club 15 Student Christian Associa- tion l,25 Dramatic Club 15 Track 15 Future Teachers of America 2,3,4. is 53? ROBERT RAY HULL "Bob" . . . good looking . . . quiet . . . hails from Hagers- town . . . hitchfhikes home each weekend . . . "Shucks" . . . transferred from Hagerstown Junior College . . . loved the block . . . always first to get assignments in . . . "Branda" . . . good student and modest about it . . . always first in dinner line . . . always ready with a helping hand -particularly for another Bob . . . truly a swell guy to know. Xu PGH E R 3 .C - ENN f ff' 'llll J r'rl 'in 94' mlllullsillk-iii ? Q lf, R:F:qliI':l'flli2 "' 06:9 l d. Iv. .rn o 4 lose " HELEN NADINB ICE Dr. Hartley's "Frostie" . . . noted for her gales of giggles . . . a transfer from Maryville College in Tennessee . . . very conscientious worker . . . membership in Kappa Delta Pi proves her intellectual capacities . . . deinitely serious about teaching . . . pleasant personality . . . "A" in student teaching . . . day hop for 4 years . . . "Where is Rosemary?" . . . loves to talk. qx JEAN LEE JENKINS Tall dark and striking . . . enough energy for the suite . . . known for those witty remarks . . . easy to live with . . . very independent . . . not sure where her heart lies . . . talks a-mile a-minute . . . says what she thinks . . . "In a word, no!" . . . likes everybody. Newman Club 2,3, President 4g Future Teachers of America 45 Dormitory Social Chairman of Senior Class 4. ja, MARY BVBLYN JOHNSON "Mary Evelyn" . . . famed for her southern drawl "Thay-at" . . . has screeched away on her violin since the third grade . . . artistic . . . accepts responsibility . . . work is done well . . . "just out of the bandbox appearance" . . . a day hop for 4 years . . . crazy over little children, especially babies. Orchestra 1,2,3,4, Secretary"l'reasurer 45 Future Teachers of America 4. ,,cHERs. 14" 00 it gn 4 s4 !'gil'-"-55251 if Q E .gm gllzllitiugf m 2 i s 0 i ' . ' , 4 J N . ,p. "4-o ,-1 less " X ql-!'4.-91: n SHIRLEY JONES Petite, sweet and quiet . . . the future "Mrs. Ralph" . . . beautiful naturally wavy hair . . . weakness for adorable shoes. International Relations Club 3,4. DONALD L. KASTNER "Don" . . . one of the young marrieds . . . appears to be shy but his friends know otherwise . . . neat dresser . . . striking blue eyes . . . one of the few who understood Weaver's mathk course . . . earns good marks . . . enjoyed student teaching . . . with George forms an inseparable duet at S.T.C. Variety Show lg Soccer lg Basketball lg Marshals 2g Alpha Phi Omega 3,4g Future Teachers of America 3. JANE CAROL KASPER "Jane" . . . dark eyes . . . has upheld high scholastic standards . . . excellent student and a good friend . . . always ready to lend a helping hand . . . interested in teaching handicapped children . . . cultured and creative . . . known for her interest in the arts . . . a full-time humanitarian . . . a keen student of psychology. Glee Club lg Archery lg Student Government Association Representative 33 Kappa Delta Pig Assembly Committee 3. Y: g fi FRANK MORRIS KAUFMANN "Doc" . . . always ready for a good time . . . likes Spike Jones' records . . . practical jokester . . . plays a mean piano . . . photq bug . . . charter member of A.P.O. . . . has a way with young children . . . quick humor . . . hangs around with Will. Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Men's Chorus 1,2,3,4: Aviation Club 2,35 Future Teachers of America 4g Natural History Group 3,45 Alpha Phi Omega Charter President 43 Tower Light 2,3,4g Tower Echoes Photography: International Relations Club 35 Variety Show lg Glen Players 3. JANET KELLEY BLEANOR APSLEY KBNDALL "Pidge" . . . good natured and friendly . . . an eager "El" . . . Parson's offspring . . . tall, sophisticated . . . fourth for bridge . . . can be heard singing all around talks with her hands . . . interested in photography, model . . . her laugh penetrates thick walls . . . waits for trains, dancing, poetry, sketching, teen-age church groups, Larry's leaves . . . keeps her things in boxes . . . a cracker' homemaking . . . famous for uglueflike gravy" . . . jack in math . . . interested in bowling . . . enjoys her future parson's-present wife. roommates' food . . .speaks with a well-rounded vocabulary. Marshals I 2 3 4, Future Teachers of Amnica 4 Marshals 1,2,3,4g Archery 1,2,3g Bowling 1,2,3,4g Bad' mirnton 3g Tennis 25 Volleyball 3g Future Teachers of America 3,4. + WE'LL EVER LOVE YOU... HELEN BETTY KENDALL PATRICIA B, KENNEDY Sense of humor . . . partial to the army . . . pen pal in "Pat" . . . always ready to take a "cut" . . . hates those Germany . .l . interested in music-both classical and 12 o'clock curfews . . . popular bridesmaid . . . a par' popular . . . pianist . . . likes to talkg too much some- ticular appreciation for her poetry . . . possessor of an times . . . journeys back and forth to Jarretsville to see if1f2Cfi0US laugh - - - alWaY5 ready' '50 E0 YO the Club With Peggy . . . likes books, pets, and bowling . . . favorite the "Five" . . . shiny, black hair . . . an avid democrat subject, literature . . . enjoys card playing . . . likes to - - - "B00m'B00m" girl - - - UI SON Of E05 l1Y5fefiC3l!0 music . . . 1951, the best year of her life . . . enjoyed - - . loves 3 game of bridge anytime. have friends m for gab fasts ' ' ' Pamal to uhmbmyu Future Teachers of America 43 Student Christian Associaf student teaching . . . loved her 4A and 5B at Montebello I , tion 45 Newman Club 1,Z,3,4g Tower Echoes. . . . loves to square dance . . . against 8 oclock classes. Future Teachers of America 4, Bowling 1,2,3,4g Valley' ball l,2.3,4. 11", i fyrgf. 82 ,s ,C Q l 3 CAROL JEAN KERNDL Knows every curve in the road from here to New York City . . . a "black and white" flat in N.Y.C. heads her list for after graduation . , . "Make it cry, Solley" . . . "After You've Gone" . . . ask her opinion on the new sounds in jazz . . . "Where's Jeanie?" . . . if you need an original idea just ask Carol . . . a good friend who can be depended upon. Future Teachers of America 2,3,4: Archery 1,25 Bowling l,2,3. A, MARGARET KING "Maggie" . . . friendly gal . . . should establish a service knitting club . . . easy going, at times!! . . . active in the sports field . . . where there's a collision there's Maggie . . . partial to the Navy . . . has a cute and infectious laugh . . . can always be depended upon for sympathy . . . loves collie dogs and dancing . , . "Oh, my aching back." Soccer 1,2,3,1j: Hockey 2,3,4g Tennis 1,21 Archery 1,23 Softball 1,25 Bowling 1,2,3,4: Badminton 1,2,3,4g Volleyball 1,2,3,4g Canterbury Clubg Student Christian Association. S.T.C. BEATRICE KNATZ The little red-head . . . in a constant giggle . . , sings in a tall soprano voice for such a short girl . . . can always be found in the library behind a volume of fiction . . . swell sport who can take a lot of joshing . . . in a perpetual dither about nothing . . . worked her way through college . . . blushes when confused . . . always busy as a "Bea," Glee Club 1g Future Teachers of America 3,4. GEORGE KONEYAK Camera iiend . . . quiet, easyfgoing, makes friends easily . . . always has time for others . . . sincere one of S.T.C.'s champion pingfpong players . . . carries a portable always ready to play . . . goodfnatured . . . conscientious . . . favorite saying, "Boy you can't fool those kids." . . . sailing and chess Bend . . . pet peeve, Eddie, the scholar. Aviation Club 1,2,3,4g Chess Club lg Intramural Sports l,2,3,4. 45 5'- 'fb ' 'vi 'faf 'TAT , , l .gf .' ' rg .- 1 .nizgjfi--f'1 ,Zig J I ,rg . f ' t JANE KOVALCIK "Janie" . . . a blond pixie whose thoughts reflect a dash of mirth, just a touch o fgentleness and an abundance of personality . . . "Miss Kawiddlewashu . . . always happy, almost always talking, usually full of ideas, and never on time . . . without knitting needles Janie isn't Janie . . . "Look what Gordon gave me." . . . "Hey, you all, do ya' think college will let out in time for my wedding?" . . . "A friend in need . . ." is Janie. Freshman Advisory Council 33 Dormitory Social Com' mittee 4g Bowling 3,4. 9X ,. an .X 'tr-'-' , in - PATRICIA ANNE I.eFBVRE "Pat" . . . a small, neat package of "good worker" . . . favorite pastime-television and movies . . . excellent pianist . . . became proud member of the Kadelpians in '51 . . . has the markings of a good teacher . . . dayhop from the little known town of Arbutus . . . seldom very noisy . . . Gershwin enthusiast . . . has a pet feline she wouldn't trade for the world. Kappa Delta Pi 4. ,XR PJCHERS -. LP. fir V' .O gg . 7,17-if In Eff-Q ,X F " I l'Wr!1QQ.L m fn' .LE M Q. 0 - Q alto - -Dy o amlillll ann: is" hmmm lass Wg JANE LAW Favorite pastime-painting and sculpturing . . . hard worker . . . planned and painted her own room . . . well groomed . . . bridge fiend . . . always found in Co'ed Corner . . . helping to support the GriHithfTibbles- Law Grm. ,, iv, C""'? PRISCILLA LEISHEAR "Prism . . . one of '52's smallest gals . . . ambitious and energetic . . . doesn't hesitate to lend a helping hand . .. an enthusiast for late bull sessions . . . loves life on the farm and "Moms" home cooking . . . shc'll find their ostrich yet! . . . "Have you seen my . . . 7 I wonder where it is?" . . . always smiling. Future Teachers of America 3,-1: Girls' Chorus 3: Marshals 2,3,4g Canterbury- Club 1.2.3.-1: International Relations Club 1: Natural History Group 1,21 Student Christian Association l,'l,3,4, Secretary 3,49 All Girls Sports 1.'l,3,4. PCHER 0 S. Ae ,. p o g ff 4 'W l'lll! E 2 ' if 'i . , A i Q 045 - Je ON. 4 1866 11's JACK LEIZMAN "jack" . . . couldn't make up his mind about politics . . . happy go lucky . . . always ready for a quick game . . , Ocean City is his summer home . . . ever ready to cook up a deal . . . fast talker . . . terrific tennis player . . . teaches swimming in his spare time. Basketball 2,35 Tennis 2,35 Glen Players 3g Future Teachers of America 4. '-i' fun ' f. Q 7?- BARBARA OCHSTEIN LORECK "Bobbie" . . . blissfully married . . . bigtime card shark . . . petite . . . cute little charmer with a neat instinct . . . never saves memories . . . the dictionary is her closest friend . . . should have been a bacteriologist . . . pulled an "A" in student teaching . . . partial to burntforange sweaters . . . nice taste in clothes . . . likes to cook. Tower Light 15 Badminton 1,2,3g Tennis 1: Bowling 2,31 Softball 25 Volleyball 2g Future Teachers of America 3. f' 17- BDWARD THOMAS LEONARD Helsinki bound? . . . Mr. Chick Martacle in January . . . another all time Towson great . . . lst string on Dize's Flashes?? . . . stag bar sandwiches . Y. . the Essex kid . . . "Boy, did I have a wild one last night" . . . bingo and diamond rings . . . "I can get anything cheaper than Minnegan?" . . . "But ref. I only kicked him?" . . . demon of intramural basketball . . . "How about a cigar, Doc?" . . . "Wave to me from the boat, jim." Soccer 2,3,4g Newman Club 3,45 Intramural Softball 2,3,4: Intramural Basketball 2,3,4. 3 fa , , .VAL . 1- Rh DORIS WYANT LOTZ "Sirod" . . . became a Mrs. at Christmas . . . very artistic . . . beautiful hands . . . "Doodley Shmoo" . . . Balti' more bound with Ed every Friday afternoon . . . loves sports . . . a striking figure of the hockey team . . . moves very gracefully in modern dance . . . one of Miss Daniel's favorite pupils . . . a just out of the bandbox appearance . . . quiet charm and rat1liant'smile. Bowling l,2,3g Soccer 1,2,33 Hockey 1-,2,3g Archery l,2,3g Modern Dance 1,2,3g Volleyball l,2,3: Tennis 1,2g Mar- shalsg Luthern Student Association: Future Teachers of America 4. EVELYN LUDVIGSEN "Ev" with the sunny disposition . . . co-owner of that attractive dorm room . . . always acquires a lovely summer tan that lasts and lasts! . . . drove Pat student teaching in her blue Plymouth . . . swimming all year 'round . . . beautifully groomed . . . quiet voice and a surprising laugh . . . terrific roommate . . . has maintained a high average all four years. Student Christian Association 1,2,3,4g Future Teachers of America 3,43 Archery 2,3,4g Tennis l,2,3g Badminton 3,4g Bowling 1,2,3,4g Volleyball 2,3,4. '?'.f'f: 921' Wigs-'r.. ? IUANITA ELIZABETH LUDWIG "Lud" . . . lovely voice . . . sings most of the time . . . vivacious . . . easy going personality . . . witty . . . contagious laughter . . . she's just "choice" . . . likes Sunday driving lessons . . . lives near home-supplies suite with food . . . arranges schedule so she can sleep late in morning. Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Student Christian Association l,2,3,4, Commissioner 3,4, Choir 3,45 Art Club 2: Future Teachers of America 2,3g junior Christmas Assembly 33 All Sports Electives 1,2,3,4g Dance Decoration Committee 3.4. AS THE TIME DRAWS NIGH... ROBERT BURNHAM LUDWIG "Bob" . . . came to S.T.C. junior College . . . fell in love with teaching and stayed in the junior High program . . . those "accelerated" kids . . . lover of good poetry . . . pipe smoker . . . plans to go for his MA .... always has something nice to say to the ladies . . . even if only a broad grin. Canterbury Club 1,2,3,4, President 2,35 Student Christian Association 4. LAWRENCE I. LYNG, IR. "Larry" , . . "Late again Gambino?" . . . "Who is it this time?" . . . committee-man . . . Navy vet . . . square dance expert at Towson Junior High School . . . oflicial keeper of the records . . . record keeper of the "Forty Thieves" . . . Fisher's parties. Baseball 1,2,3,4g Freshman Advisory Council 3g Future 'Teachers of America: Newman Club 2,3,4g Kappa Delta Pi 3,49 Intramural Basketball 2,3,4g Intramural Football 33 junior-Senior Men's Club. Qs l l 85 'TQ MABLE LYNN MASON "Lynn" , . . Makes last "gong" for breakfast . . . likes to stay in bed in morning . . . passion for clothes . . . very artistic and shows it in her work and appearance . . . likes sports . . . many friends . . . lived all four years with Arlene . . . active in SCA. Glee Club 1,2,3,43 Student Christian Association 1,2,3,4, Commissioner 3,43 Future Teachers of America 33 Art Club 2: Tennis 2,43 Archery 3,45 Bowling 2,3,43 Basket- ball 13 Badminton 2,41 Dance Decoration Committee 3,4. ir WHEN WE SAY DORIS M. UNVERZAGT MELLOR Lends her talents wherever needed . . . "l've got so much to do" . . . happily married to Mark since her freshman year . . . bakes excellent mocha cake . . , Herman, her '46 Chevrolet . . . an excellent conversationalist . . . willing to explain "anything" . . . "Meet you in the Coed Corner" . . . always way ahead in her Chemistry lab reports . . . dependable . . . "Smellor" . . . a winning poem in the National College Poetry Association Contest. Future Teachers of America 2,31 Kappa Delta Pi 3,4, Secretary 43 Marshals 1,2,3,4: Tennis 1.2: Archery 2: Modern Dance 1,23 Tower Echoes 4. ff , J, . .we- W-.,, LORETTA ARLENE MEASLEY "Lettie" . . . studious, energetic . . . likes sports . . . likes children-especially 2nd graders . . . a sweet cog . . . quiet-until you get to know her-then-oh, oh . . . "by cracky, watch out Freeland men" . . . "by cracky, smile pretty . . . a good sport . . . sense of humor . . . "by crackyf' Student Christian Association 1,23 Hockey 2,33 Bowling 2,41 Archery 3,43 Basketball 2,3,43 Softballl 2,33 Volleyball 23 Badminton 4. GOODBYE... CAROL JOYCE MICHAEL "C.j." . . . vivacious blonde . . . always ready for a good time . . . works hard for perfection . . . many friends gained while working at resorts for two summers . . . looks forward to weekend visits from her "O.A.O." . . . can eat ice cream anytime . . . loves music and dancing . . . ready to try most pranks . . . able challenger in ping- pong . . . "going on a diet tomorrow." Student Christian Association 1,41 Future Teachers oj Americag Tower Echoes Stafg Bowling 1,2,3g Softball 1,2,3g Soccer 2,3g Archery 1,23 Basketball 23 Badminton 1,23 Hockey 2,3g Tennis 2,3. 4.8 l .,... 'JUS 1 ARLENB MAE MILLER Big brown eyes . . . just mad about dancing . . . very conscientious . . . excessive energy . . . likes all sports . . loves those weekends at home . . . a very sweet, lovable girl . . . never wastes time . . . always hustles . . . very tidy . . . lived all four' years with Lynn Mason. Woman's Athletic Association Executive Board 35 Mar' shals 2,3, Secretary 3, Chief Marshal 45 Student Christian Association l,2,3,4g Future Teachers of America 4g Bowl' ing 33 Badminton 2,3g Volleyball 31 Modern Dance 1: Archery 1,33 Softball 2,35 Basketball l,2,3. PCHER S 6 . 4 'O .A ,f' O ,,, rrA lx ff 1. I -' .- ' sr. 4, l l5l! - tk y N sltzaflsr Q in 1 elliiill ,I ,ellie ifr ufm v o 0 :iz 5 9 also -lx, lass wt' JULIE ANN MILLER Busy, busy, busy . . . a kindergarten enthusiast . . . how does she keep track of all those men? . . . our prize baby sitter . . . Mrs. Wason's pride and joy . . . efficiency plus . . . expressive eyes and oh-those eyebrows . . . quite a selection of brothers . . . wonderful roommate . . . a knitter from the word go. Student Christian Association 1,2, Orchestra 2,35 Baclmin' ton 3g Future Teacher! of America 4. -16" F, W., 'J 1 LOIS MILLER Bridge enthusiast . . . loves music . . . can ramble for hours on end about joe . . . wedding bells in june . . . attrac' tive clothes . . . loved student teaching . . . quite a camp counselor . . . one of the "Totem Pole for Alaska" crowd . . . knitter of socks . . . likes to speak her mind in class . . . has been palling around with Barbara for four years . . . sports a Pennsy timetable at all times. International Relations Club 11 Future Teachers of America 35 Tennis 1,23 Badminton 1,2,3g Bowling 2,33 Softball 21 Volleyball 25 Soccer 3. "'H4. WILLIAM NEAL MOERSCHEL "Neal" . . . always fighting with his room'mate . . . worked hard while student teaching . . . sincere, earnest, dependable worker . . . lived in the "Glen House" . . . good basketball player. Student Christian Association ?.,3,-1, President 4: Alpha Phi Omega 3,42 Men's Chorus 2,3,4g Tennis 2,3,4: Fresh' 'man Advisory Council. ep.CH ER S . if ll " Coe f-'F i - i ii i' 'T '1 rm! p m ff Q in ,' ' 2'2i:.g',I'flli ef fn 5, Q' 1, -1 1 5 Q' JON . ,866 .mpg- JAMES W. MONTGOMERY "Snufl'y, Gambino" . . . "Got to get my car fixed" . . . Maryland Yacht Club hopeful . . . travels with Howard County "High Society" . . . jinx . . . "I would have pinned that guy-butl' . . . Navy vet . . . disproves "Good things come in small packages" , . . jester of the "Forty Thieves" . . . Fisher's parties. Wrestling 1,2,3,4g Baseball 2,3,4: Future Teachers of America 3,4: junior-Senior Meri's Club 3,4: Intramural Basketball 2,3. al-+-""' V ur 'f-FL, Ai VIRGINIA LEE MOORE "Ginny" . . . long blonde hair . . . partial to bright colors . . . can always be seen behind the wheel of a '51 Plymouth . . . loved student teaching . . . softball slugger of Miss Daniel's gym class . . . bowls a "mean" ball down the alley . . . a striking figure on a volleyball team . . . makes frequent trips to the Naval Academy . . . often talks about her canine family . . . loves to dance. Bowling l,2,3,4g Basketball 23 Baseball l,2,3,4g Archery 3,45 Future Teachers of America 4. Q1 T'-r MARGARET MOREY "Peggy" . . . quiet until your know her . . . what a gay giggle . . . calm temper despite red hair . . . "that's real jazzy" . . . loved that fourth grade . . . always ready for a party . . . dislikes milking a cow . . . hears everything while she is sleeping . . . Pidge's bridge partner . . . ample collection of jokes . . . quite a wit. Future Teachers of America 3,41 Marshals 1,2,3,4g Student Christian Association 1,2,3,4g Bowling 2,33 Volleyball 23 Tennis 1. BEVERLY BURMAN MOSES "Bev" . . . surprised her students during student teaching with a wedding band and still came out on top . . . energetic worker-really gets things done . . . hopes to go to Europe this summer . . . always neatly dressed . . . serious in a joking manner . . . Herb, her favorite man . . . enjoys a good bridge game . . . "Test?-haven't even cracked a book yet?" Future Teachers of America 3,41 Archery 1,25 Tennis 1,25 Bowling 1,23 Badminton 1,2,3g Softball 1,2,4g Volleyball 1,Z,4g Basketball 1,Z,3,4. IEANNE PORTNER MORRILL "Jeanne" . . . sweet, quiet . . . makes her presence felt by being understanding to all about her . . floves children and Parker . . . good student. Marshals 2,3,4g Student Christian Association l,2,3g Future Teachers of America 1,2,3g Archery 2,3g Bowling 1,25 Intramurals 2,3,4. A -2- ROLAND PARKER MORRILL Fabulous sense of humor . . . a iinger in every pie . . . a mind of his own . . . persuasive , . . fun in a small group . . . good voice, active in school activities . . . children respect a big guy! . . . A.P.O. man. Basketball 3g 'Tennis 35 Glee Club 2,3,4g International Relations Club 2g Art Club 2g Men's Chorus 2,3,4g Alpha Phi Omega 2,3,4g Student Christian Association 2,3. WE WILL NE'ER LOSE SIGHT... VIRGINIA DAY MOSIER "Ginny" . . . hair stylist par excellence . . . lovely blond hair suits galore "Tenderl " en'o s classical . . . . . . y . . . J y music . . . scientific mind . . . never broke . . . friendly and easyfgoing . . . memories of Ocean City . . . "Have a cup of coffee?" . . . prefers strong, silent men . . . blonde member of the "Five." All Sports Electives 1,2,3g Dormitory Cultural Committee lg Future Teachers of America 49 Student Christian Asso- ciation 1,4g Canterbury Club 4g Tower Echoes. MILDRBD MOTSKO Known to all as "Millie" . . . A February graduate with 'a sweet personality . . . well liked and fun loving . . . always a willing worker for any worthy cause . . . enjoys a good bridge game . . . has many Annapolis memories . . . summer jobs at Ocean City . . . Bne sense of humor . . . knitting activities confined to argygle socks . . . has a special weakness for dancing. Newman Club 2,3,4g Glee Club 35 Future 'Teachers of America l,2,3,4g Tower Echoes Staffg Tower Light 1,2,3g Archery 1,'Z,3g Variety Show 1,2,3. .N lg rigs.. 1'-,iff-' - A fc? T' 'Ur C'-I - as 'Wifi E ANGELA S. NADROWSKI Proud of her Polish ancestry . . . interested in music, especially the classics . . . pianist . . . ardent reader . . . can discuss anything in science with understanding . . . soft, pleasing voice . . . politeness itself . . . loves to buy clothes . . . funfloving . . . champ bowler . . . coffee as is . . . finally got that phone . . . her locker is open house all semester . . . "I failed it, I just know I did," but never does. Bowling 1,2,35 Volleyball 1,2,35 Tower Light 15 Future Teachers of America 35 Newman Club 35 Tower Echoes 45 Day Social Chairman 4. OF THE GREE M. EVBLYN NELSON "Ev" . . . nice combination of blonde hair and brown eyes . . . clever sense of humor . . . endless clothes . . . likes working with young children . . . pleasant manner . . . spent some hectic nights in the dorm . . . fun'loving . . . "Oh, I don't know" . . . winsome smile . . . fond of dogs, carrots, Bethany Beach . . . talks with her hands . . . loved student teaching . . . basketball fan. Future Teachers of America 45 Glee Club 2,35 Tennis 2,4, Bowling 253,45 Archery 35 Softball 25 Modern Dance 2,3,45 Volleyball 2,45 Badminton l,3,4. CAROLYN LOUISE NAUMANN A natural beauty . . . industrious worker . . . good ideas on many subjects . . . a smile for everyone-and Bud . . . aspiring actress-remembered as the Villianous . . . lots of school spirit . . . always busy doing something for the school, but is always silent about it . . . pleasant manner . . . "Great heavens!" . . . can always look up to her man. Soccer 1,25 Bowling 1,25 Badminton 15 Basketball 25 Fresh- man Advisory Council: Class Secretary 35 Variety Club 25 Kappa ,Delta Pi 45 Tower Echoes Staff. N AND WHITE... MURIEL NEUBERGER Iackmffallftrades, master of more than one . . .' never a dull moment . . . what with going to school, being Jule's wife, keeping her dream house, and now their's "Glooper" too . . . known around school for her ability in art . . . drew the mural on her dining room wall . . . designs and makes her own clothes . . . knits argyles for all seasons. 9' fr.. new al! . 4. 'gm ANNE NOLAND "Anne" . . . "Boy, what a rat race!" . . . smart wardr0bC . . . active in dramatics . . . little bombshell with a serious mind . . . will marry jack in September . . . plans to live in Bel Air . . . will ight for what she believes . . . ine sense of humor . . . just loved?? student teaching. International Relations Club l,2,3,4: Girls Chorus 1: Natural History Group 2,33 Tower Light 33 Glen Players l,2,3g Future Teachers of America 3. P.Cl"lERS AQ' gr fa '00 I- gf' " m E51 22 ff' if ' fiillll' -F " . 'l:s, 4J' 0 il less W' JANE NOWBLL "Janie" . . . small, dark and cute . . . bubbling personality around the dorm . . . those beautiful clothes! . . . swims like a fish . . . It isn't what she says, it is the way she says it . . . one of the three known for the "excellent" note after each room check . . . lives for the summer . . . a kindergarten fan. Future Teachers of America 3,45 Student Christian Assof ciation 1,2,3,4g Volleyball 2,43 Bowling l,2,3,4g Badminton 2,3,4g Archery 2,3,4g Softball 23 Modern Dance 2,3,4g, Tennis l,2,3. LAURA LOUISE ODEGARD Natural curly hair becomes her peaches and cream com- plexion . . . a recent Miss Harford County queen . . . she is quiet until she giggles . . . "Oh, Johnny" . . . very quick to worry . . . loves bubble baths . . . a weak' ness for kittens . . . dependable and sincere . . . a true friend to have. International Relations Club 2,3,4g Future Teachers of America 3,45 Student Christian Association 1,2,3,4. E JUNE OLIVER "June" . . . transfer from Hagerstown I.C .... stunning Coiifures . . . mayor hobby is art . . . loved student teaching . . . late hours . . . dancing . . . travel . . . spinning tales . . . crossword puzzles . . . hates horses . . . will do anything for a friend . . . "I'll think about that tomorrow." FCHER s ffl oo 15" A - P' 5 ':-?E'!I"u' li 'fl 'T 1 . ' a n -, Go' - 9-l N ' :ses-W' 1 a m . X DOLORES J. OSTERHAUS "Dee" . . . when away from school, never seen without Eddie . loves to buy clothes . . . giggles . . . "I don't get it" always her answer to jokes . . . bridge fan in Coed Corner, partner Rosemary . . . champion swimmer and bowler . . . Dolores and Ang, Mutt and Jef student teachers at Montebello . . . enjoyed student teaching . . . favorite song, "Harbor Lights" . . . loves that Wildwood atmosphere . . . favorite subject-music . . . favorite period-lunch. Softball 1,2,3g Tennis lg Badminton l,2,3g Volleyball 1,2,3g Basketball 1,2g Archery 1,25 Future Teachers of America 4. ELEANOR PIEROSCHEK Married since her sophomore year to Joe . . . never seen without Anna Carolyn . . . combines marriage, school, and work . . . made out well in student teaching . . . serious about her work . . . great determination to succeed . . . has a lovely voice . . . always calm, cool, and collected . . . longs to see her name in print . . . Thursday's child . . . looks forward to weekfends in the country. Future 'Teachers of America 4. - nf sl 5 SHIRLEY E. PETERSON "Pete" . . . artistically inclined . . . "There ought to ln a law against getting up so early in the morning . . . I feel terrible!" . . . procrastinates . . . "I haven't a thing to wear." . . . adores those little children . . . would love to have a kindergarten . . . often Ends herself on back seat of the bus . . . enjoys modern dancing . . . old veteran of summers at Ocean City . . . "Blondie" . . . often seen using dorm sewing machine. Student Christian Association 2,3,4g Publicity Committee 3,45 Hockey lg Bowling 1,2,3,4g Tennis l,2,4g Archery 3g Soccer 45 Modern Dance 1,2,3,4g Softball 1,2g Girls' Chorus 23 Glee Club 3,49 Future Teachers of America 4. WW 'lqzvl' ' N MAXINE PITMAN Think of Max and you think of Woody and Boy and Carol . . . always ready to lend a sympathetic ear and offer sound advice . . . vivacious . . . genuine love of teaching . . . a sure bet for success . . . always in a hurry to get home to her family and household chores. ' SUE ELLEN PLATT Pert and practical with a sense of humor . . . pretty as a picture . . . Oh, what a handsome husband . . . lost weight like mad before that wedding date . . . "When you buy better try Hochschild Kohn," . . . always has room for more in that convertible . . . had aQ fling at U. of Miami .-rw-'-A 70N X. DEBORAH PLISKIN "Debbie" . . . easy to get along with . . . neat, sweet, and petite . . . a good listener . . . loves those summers in New York . . . curly locks, even when it rains . . . swears she'll keep ideas to herself . . . went home for student teaching . . . always ready for a good time. but Towfon Wqfl! ' ' ' sgven semesters of gy? ' - ' even Sports Electives 13 Natural History Group l,2,3,4, Secre- fempefed "" I know lust what you mean' tary Zg Freshman Advisory Councilg Future Teachers of Future Teachers of America 35 Basketball 3. America 35 Student Government Association Secretary 43 International Relations Club 1. ONWARD, STILL ONWARD... JEAN LOUISE PONTIUS ANGELINA POPOMARONIS Sweet disposition , , . easy to live with . . , hated to Particular to West Virginia U .... quiet . . . ladylike leave S.T.C. in February . . , has a million and one things - - - favorite SOI1gS, UBCCBUSQ Of You" and "Sin" . . . on her mind , , , last to Catch 3 joke but the 1-ieai-tiest loves to dance . . . enjoys music, both classical and popular laughter , . , dark curly hair , , , ready to help anyone . . . makes her own clothes . L . likes to do all kinds of . . . sympathetic . . . "really" . . . very economical, art and needle work . . . favorite subjects-literature and Glee Club lg Freshman Secretary lg Softball Zg Archery 2: Zlnliiicea Isgujjzfi-:lg qualltynehlthefddspiairliing voice . I I Student Faculty Committee 35 Represented Student Govern- Y g ' ' ' P ' ment at National Student Union Association, Swamms- FUWTC 'TCUCPICTS of America 2,332 Badminton 7-.33 BGSIKC3' cott, Mass. 'QQ 4"v ball 2g Volleyball l,2,3g Bowling 2,3. 5 4:17 SUZANNE G. PRETTY "Suzie" . . . everyone's friend . . . dry wit . . . pretty is as pretty does . . . unassuming . . . likes those Ocean City summers . . . plays well any sport that Towson has to offer . . . neat . . . big green eyes . . . hair that curls all by itself . . . can always be depended upon to carry out a job to perfection . . . has that easyfgoing, never worry way. Freshman Advisory Councilg Future Teachers of America: Women's Athletic Association Treasurer 3, Vice'President- 4, Sports Electives 1,2,3g Hockey 4. -K, QM -.qu F 'e4u'tvliO1'l'l. ANLFY s C, ...Q .5 gf . 5? - DAVID PYLE "Dave" . . . one of the tall, dark, and handsome lads on campus . . . terrific singer and dancer . . . loves good music of all types . . . never in condition, but a good track and field man . . . studies never worry him . . . famous for his operation during student teaching. Men's Chorus l,2,3,4g Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Track 1,2,3,4g Student Christian Association 1,2,3,4g International Rela- tions Club 1,2,4. CLASS OF '52... PEARL ANNE RAPOPORT "Pearl" . . . long brown hair . . . different hair style every day . . . high heels, earrings, and good looking clothes . . . Ioe's her man . . . calling "Dr. Shuman' . . . up on medical terms . . . livens up classroom dis' cussions . . . bridge fiend . . . need a fourth . . . becomes Mrs. on June 22nd. Future Teachers of America 2,3g Archery 1,25 Bowling l,2,3,4g Badminton 1,23 Softball 1,2,3. iff MARY FRANCES RECHER Very efhcient . . . does all she can and more . . . loves to travel here and there for conferences . . . an active church worker . . . hoping for a trip to Europe . . . has a way with upperclassmen . . . "L.S.M.F.T." . . . being very generous with her typewriter . . . "Yeh" . . . a passion for apples . . . has a well supplied larder . . . a friend to everyone. Natural History Group 2,3,4g Future Teachers of America 2,33 Student Christian Association 1,2,3,4g House Com' mittee 4g Archery 2,4g Soccer 3,44 Freshman Advisory Council. 10345 IVVFW Y AMW if J s .. fisif h . Ai 5 . V ., 9 ., .. . .11 ' Q,.,f5Jf1w 5-'-E' gif.-7 4 'ali 9 5 1 LEROY A. RECTOR "Roy" . . . "buzzy" to his boys in camp . . . has that certain "touch" with children . . . always ready with a, smile, a joke and refreshing words . . . one of the stalwarts in Alpha Phi Omega . . . "Myrl" will finally get him down the aisle in Iune . . . saw service in the Far East 4 . . dayhop . . . life of the party . . . "Have you got troubles?" .Alpha Phi Omega 3,4, President 35 'Tennis 3,4g Glee Club 35 Intramural Football 2. Lg GEORGE G. REMMERS "George, all the way!" . . . his facial expressions are worthy of TV . . . "Honestly, you ought to see a doctor!" . . . famous for those sauerbraten dinners . . . on a modern jazz kick . . . ask to hear that record collection . . . "More?" . . . wonder where he is going to put that hooked rug he made? . . . always willing to give a helping hand . . . "Originality" is one of his leading assets . . . just one swell guy! . . . practices the golden rule. 'Tower Light Ig Tower Echoes l,2,3: Art Club 1,25 Glee Club l,2,3,4g Glen Players 2,33 Future Teachers of America 3. PCHER ug- it O 1- V A - ' 4, I llrgj , 1 ' ll.: qt ,l l- 0 AQ' as fa, 'C 'f I ' 'El tl? Q g ll, A Q oak Q? glib N ' lass -VW? LBONA EDNA RBDEMANN Sincere and goodfnatured . . . calm and collected . . . always has a pair of socks in the making . . . "Don't forget to pick me up at college, Gray!" . . . swears her blond pagefboy will get straight when it rains-never has! . . . tries hard to play bridge-is an eager "4th" . . . energetic . . . always ready to do more . . . athlete plus. Sports Electives 1,2,3,4g Student Government Association 4g Future Teachers of America 2,3,4, Secretary 35 Fresh' man Advisory Council: Women's Athletic Association Board 1,2,3, President 4. - SUSAN GWEN RICHARDS Naturally curly black hair and beautiful eyes . . . ambition is to write . . . a lot of personality in a quiet way . . . drives her own '51 Plymouth . . . very striking in red . . . spends her summers at Ocean City . . . conscientious and efficient. Future 'Teachers of America 45 Basketball 2. QHERS P. . .Az F R oof ,gr if-1 I l in ,f '1 ' L. 1 I llnilgi i. Mg,'g.'.-Ja 33 A L Q 0,P -.-'31 st Wqjqiiiijisfly 'l666 ' MARY JO ROBBRSON "Io" . . . interested, ambitious worker . . . talks about her philosophy on life . . . married Doug in June '51 . . . sincerity personified . . . a Enger in many pies . . . embroiders on the side . . . has a passion for cheese . . . writes a letter a night . . . can always be de- pended upon. Future Teachers of America 2,3,4g Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Student Christian Association l,2,3,4g Corresponding Sec' retary 43 Freshman Advisory Council: Kappa Delta Pig Student Government Association Executive Board 3.4. W1 5 . .J Y l'. ski V l'.'i5s'y.Q iii. DON F. ROGERSON "Don" . . . ready for or planning for a party somewhere all the time . . . definite artistic talent . . . his posters have adorned our halls for the last four years . . . conscien' tious worker . . . always on a committee. Student Government Association Treasurer 35 Freshman Advisory Councilg Future Teachers of America 3, Secre' tary 45 Student Christian Association 1,2,3,41 Tennis 1,21 Tower Echoes Art Editor: International Relations Club 1,2,3,4g Natural History Group 2,33 Art Club 21 Resident Men's Council Social Chairman 4. x4lg 1. 'Wan 11x FRANK ALLEN ROBERTS "Frank" . . . one of the original founders of Alpha Phi Omega on campus . . . serious, quiet, mature thinker . . . married with a family . . . very active in church work . . . spent some time in Englnd . . . .belongs to the six foot club . . . conscientious and sincere in all he under' takes . . . transferred from the mid-west . . . the perfect gentleman's gentleman . . . good student. Alpha Phi Omega 2,3,4, charter memberg F.T.A. 4. - , . ..: 1-:wg - A -W . V ,., siren fri 1 ef'- fm FLORENCE C. RULAND "Flo" . . . lively, likable and cute . . . Al's own little fan club . . . their song-"Easter Parade" . . . worked hard on all dance decoration committees . . . the sweet domestic type . . . makes all oflthose very chic clothes . . . a new gown for each formal . . . versatile dancer . . . outstanding hockey player . . . "I'd go crazy!" . . . wedding plans set for Iune '52. Glen Players 1,2,3,4g Variety Show 1,45 Freshman Advisory Council: Tower Light 1,23 Stuclent'Faculty Councilg All Sports Electives 1,2,3,4g Tower Echoes Woman Sports Editorg Natural History Group lg S.G.A. Council 43 l.R.G. 1. DORIS A. SAKIE Popularly known as "Sakie" or just plain "Sak" . . . loves velvet suits, classical music, and Bill . . . crazy over tasty-pies . . . good taste in clothes . . . pleasing voice and sunny disposition . . . good worker. Newman Club 2,3,4, Secretary 3g Student Government Association Publicity Committee 35 Glen Players 1,31 Softball 23 Bowling 1,2,3g Archery 1,25 Volleyball 23 Badminton 1,2. -75 'UW- JEAN HARRIET SAMUBLS "Where's Jeanie?" . . . hides behind two long lashed, big, hazel, and expressive eyes . . . always willing to help any' one and is quite a panic when rendering her 1952 version of the Charleston . . . she denies she will ever marry as the lure of Dixieland piano has her in its grasp . . . Ere plugs shudder when they see a car, jet propelled by Jeanie, racing down the street. Future Teachers of America 2,3,4g Bowling 2,3g Archery 3,45 Glee Club 1. MEMORIES WILL LINGER... NANCY ANNE SANDBL Always full of energy . . . sports and knitting are her hobbies . . . headed for Junior High School work . . . quite the seamstress . . . turns out a new wardrobe every year from evening gowns to clown suits . . . lived with Ellen . . . sparkling brown eyes to match teasing smile . . . backbone of Class of 1952 . . . known by her New York accent . . . "Oh my gosh!" All Sports Electives 1,2,3,4g Women's Athletic Associa- tion Executive Board 3g Marshals 2,3,4, Treasurer 3g Freshman Advisory Council: Tower Echoes Senior Editorg Student Christian Association 45 Class VicefPresident 45 Dance Committee 2,3,4. DOROTHY E. SCHAEFFER "Dottie" . . . the short one of the "Mutt and Jeff" com' bination . . . terrific personality . . . very popular president of the House Committee . . . always busy . . . famous for yellow sweater knitted to go with red hair . . . can never stay awake at the all night Christmas parties in the dorm . . . loves a. good joke . . . wedding bells will peal soon with Bud beside . . . has hope chest jammed full . . . could play two-handed bridge all night. Freshman Advisory Councilg President House Committee 43 All College Council: Future Teachers of America 3g All Sports Electives l,2,3,4. 'V' F ,.. 'Q-I xr- 3 L 3 if MICHAEL SCHAUB MARY' ALICE SCHELLER "Mickey" . . . adhesive tape kid . . . "Oh, for a new "Mary" . . . vivacious, full of life all the time . . . peaches car!" . . . loves to feed his face . . . very thoughtful . . . and Cream COWPIUFOU - - - domfsflf WPC! - - - -h9lPed Out married five years ' g ' has a son the spimn- image of at Miss Lauries picnic . . . "Beautiful Beautiful Brown him . . . the dozyhuid in class . . . ask him about that Eyes ' ' .' day hop for four years ' ' ' Student teachmg party at Watsorfs . . . only "A" student on the basketball team . . . "Boy, we had the best shrimp and beer last night. You should have been there." in her senior year. THOUGH WE'VE GONE FROM YOU.. ALFRED SCHLE UNES, JR. "Al" . . . "professional" . . . married an exffowsonite . . . just bought a new house . . . favorite subject-daughter Paula . . . enjoyed the view while painting the dorm this bummer . top of the tennis team . . . has quite a repertoire of songs and poems . . . Prussian through and through . . . "Where have you been Lord Randall, my son-?" Tennis 1,2,3,4g Variety Show 1,33 Photographer for the Tower Light and Tower Echoes 1,3,4. CAROL JEANNE SCHMIDT Q F "Jeannie" . . . a little girl with a bubbling personality . . . forever starting a letter which never quite gets 'finished . . . a conscientious worker . . . fond of dogs and horses . . . the perfectionist . . . anything undertaken will be well done . a friend to be proud. of . . . will make a wonderful kindergarten teacher. Glcc Club 2,35 Student Christian Association Choir 2 3 Future Teachers of America 45 All Sports Electives 1,2 3 4 '15 'ur -.t n M55 -lr" i il CHARLES H. A. SEITZ Our boy "Al" . . . a student in every sense of the word . . . a bitter critic of mediocrity . . . ambition is to teach in a college . . . claims a cute trick . . . plays a mean game . . . chief philosopher of the Co-ed Corner . . . member of the big 'three . . . one of our numerous veterans. Glee Club 1: Future Teachers of America l,2,3g Glen Players 3,4g Student Government Executive Board 1. P,cH E R s . .A gb F N 46' i -IJ N . ,M 0 9 lass " LILLIAN SHAPIRO "Lillie" . . . young children her prime interest . . . except for Caswell . . . and law . . . if he doesn't win a case, it's not her fault . . . sweet, sociable, sincere . . . pleasant disposition . . . no Paderewski on the piano but she's struggled long enough . . . always swapping clothes with her sister . . . always ready with a smile. Future Teachers of America 3,4. BETTY LOU SHAFFER .ns 'US MBLVIN SHAFFER "Little Pete" . . . knows all about fruitfflies . . . always '-Mel" U 1 . quiet, but knows his literature I I l outsgandmg has 3 twinkle in her eYe - - - vivacious and Petlfe - - - member of the Glen Players . . . won the heart of Betty gives her "all" to the Glen Players and Mel - - - rose to Lou . . . Hrst to take a leading role in a Shakespearean Sfafdom in "Peg of MY Heeffu ' - - 3lW3Y5 Elves 3 good play at S.T.C .... well versed on life . . . will make an performance.: . . stirs your heart at every show . . . excellent junior high school teacher, Sweethearts of 1950' Glen Players l,2,3,4, President 3,41 Kappa Delta Pig Glen Playefs 1.2,3,4- Tower Light l.. . VCH E R S . 4. 'n F ' 4 V In iQ! rx iw: Q 1- H!!-5'!l' -' Ellie 7' y .A I 5 5, 0629 - --4J N . .il C 10 hr O 4 i666 F nus JACQUELINE SILVERMAN "jackie" . . . sincerely sweet . . . popular with everyone and an all 'round friend . . . a real model's figure . . . dressed in the hour of fashion . . . transferred to U. of Md. but couldn't stay away long from S.T.C .... truly interested in the School's welfare . . . Troupers Variety Show and Sweethearts Dance . . . 1952 attest . . . her captivating smile made her the fourth grade's favorite teacher . . . a gal of many interests. Glen Players 35 Future Teachers of America 4. nm: rf? Yu' , WILLIAM OSCAR SIMMONS "Bill" . . . Caruso of the Senior Class . . . always good for a double . . . Towson's own Babe Ruth . . . consumes mountains of food . . . mother bakes the best pies . . . has many enterprises . . . hopes to be a gentleman farmer someday . . . everyone's friend-especially the girls . . . worked like a beaver during student teaching . . . keeps Gus' delicatessen in business. Baseball 1,35 Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Freshman Advisory Coun' cilg Class President Ig Student Government Association Executive Board. lfi i ROSEMARY D. SLBCHTA Partial to men . . . likes strange sounding names . . . passion for dangling earrings . . , likes dressy clothes and spike heels . . . likes "good" times . . . bridge fan in Coed Corner . . . likes to bowl and swim . . . "A" student in math . . , enjoyed student teaching . . . another marathon racer to the ditto machine at Montebello . . . always remembers May, 1950 . . . likes polkas . . . her 8 o'clock classes always begin at 8:15 . . . always last one to finish eating. Future 'Teachers of America 3,45 Bowling l,2,3,4. MARY ANGELA SMART "Molly" . . . the life of any party . . . beautiful red hair without the characteristic temper . . . full of pep and energy . . . can be remembered for her monologues . . . lovely to look at . . . proud of her little sister . . . quite an imagination . . . engaged to jamie . . . "pshaw" . . . a gem for any music class. Freshman Advisory Councilg Student Government Associa' tion 35 Student Christian Association l,2,3g Newman Club l,2,3,4g Chimes Guild 25 Future Teachers of America 4g All Sports Electives 2,3. P' 1 LEE L. SMITH "Smitty" . . . President of the Class of '52 for "many" years . . . strictly a onefwoman man . . . likes all sports . . . sooner play basketball than eat . . . tenor member of the quartet . . . hard worker . . . will go places in the teaching profession . . . one of the "Glen House" residents . . . loved student teaching. Class President 2,3,4g Tennis 'l,3,4q Basketball 3g Glee Club 1,25 Men's Chorus 1,2,3,4: Freshman Advisory Council: Student Christian Association 1,2,3,4g FacultyfStudent Council 3: Executive Board 2,3,4g Kappa Delta Pi. TOWE PAULINE EUGENIA SNAPP "Polly" . . . the good sport . . . more friends . . . a song for every occasion-remember the dorm party? . . . those eyes and that alto voice . . . excellent bridge player . , . chewing gum enthusiast . . . very eager to teach those sixth graders . . . "It's been basic." Glee Club 3,43 Future Teachers of America 3,4. 161- DELORES MAZZATENTA SMYRK "Dee" . , . little with lovely black hair . . . a quick and glow- ing smile . . .will always be remembered for being a slow poke and living with four history courses in one semester . . . a freshman clifffdweller who made good . . . one of our married girls now-Pete! Tower Light 1,2,3g Tower Echoes Features Editor: Newman Club 2,3,4g Girls' Electives 1,Z,3: Basketballg Softballg Archeryg 'Tennisg Bowlingg Volleyball. R CLOCK PEARL LILLIAN SNOWDEN "Pearl" . . , witty repartee . . . pretty eyes and long eyelashes . . . the epitome of cleanliness and neatness . . . remembered for the time she washed her hair with de' odorant . . . her byeword is Bill . . . loves a. good laugh and often provides one . . . has a journalistic Hare . . . "that's a real live George" . . . pet peeve: People who clon't know how to have a good time. Marshals 1,2,3,4, President 3g Girls' Chorus 23 Canterbury Club 3,4: Student Christian Association 2,41 All Sports Electives 1,2,3,4. Af- '64 .ligne " ' , I V e l .X An 2.4 5 ' I 39 ' EY: eww. - . - ,-Q... 5 . .a.f..... i...f u.. ra,-t.-, . .,.. ,.,i,,-. r,- -'.-. sv. . 'rs v . im. 5 x ,f . rs..-1 : H- :U O -4 IE O Z F21 :U U7 TU J' 71 7: U7 gg-o'r:Jo : 'c'a"i5-5'-'S' wtzztl' xv g1a'9."'U 3. 'C-"Q FV . ' ...,,,, 2. Elfgzr- W mag. '-'Q' '5'. Og.-v n H037 .mm naar, Q-O - 5' ...:: 217' -gm mgr, .-,i ev D: wiicni '5-O5'S'.:: oa...."'g,., OW Q 2450: NWO.-nn, 8TmU'g -705.9-:J Cnbn U'.-,Noam 20-Fl.-.,,, OO 5-O 52102, ON n""5-2 Cum? aim L 'ov-S5-lo R' gl' Emma-s Og. ...ru 5 gag :-r' "f- ga-3-K3 Aviation Club 3,4g Future Teachers of America 3,4. in l I GEORGE W. SPEER "George" . . . an even tempered, likeable guy . . . drives a Blue'Gray taxi in his after school hours . . . even likes practice teaching . . . transfer from University of Mary- land . . . decided he liked teaching better. Soccer lg junior Varsity Basketball lg Future Teachers of America 4. AND IVIED WALLS HELEN ANNE SPENCER A true farm girl at heart . . . teased about "The Bull" . . . oh, those flirty, flirty eyes . . . will be a bride in the near future . . . late to bed and early to rise . . . has a bubbling personality . . . and what a way with the instrucf tors . . . capable committee girl . . . never says no. Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Future 'Teachers of America 2,3,4g Student Christian Association l,2,3,-lg Publicity Committee Freshman Advisory Council, Secretary-Treasurerg Tower Echoes Stag: International Relations Club 4. fr rv- eq,-. 5 f. 1"' WINIFRED SPURRIER "Winnie" . . . has a smile for everyone . . . insists on being prompt . . . natural curly hair . . . plays for the Glee Club . . . enjoys those evenings with music . . . spends lots of time reading . . . lives on hamburgers . . has an artistic flare . . . loved her first graders. Glee Club l,2,3,4, Accompa-nist 2,3g Sports Electives 1,2,3,4g Student Christian Association 1,23 Choir Z,3,4g Future Teachers of America 3,45 Kappa Delta Pi. l SYLVIA BERNICE STEIN "Sib" . . . has that contagious giggle . . . dimples that go with that lovely smile . . . likeable personality . . . rosy complexion . . . sings off key . . . ideal primary teacher . . , gets a big kick out of kids . . . "You think I should take the car today?" . . . loves to knit little thin s g . . , always brings a little sunshine into our lives. Bowling 2,35 Future Teachers of America 2,3. WILLARD AUGUSTUS STRACK "Snack" . . . booming bass voice . . . one of "Earls Little Hawks" . . . good natured . . . easy going . . . usually seen with a camera . . . just loves history . . . expects to teach in Iunior High School . . . has lingers in many pies . . . always helping someone . . . should be a radio announcer. Glee Club 2,41 Orchestra 2,3,4g Tower Light Photographer 2,3g Alpha Phi Omega 3,4g Variety Show 1: Band 4: Natural History Group 43 Tower Echoes Photography Editor: Men's Chorus 2.3,4g junior-Senior Men's Club. PCHERS Q, ft F O 5 K fr. , A fa, 'O T A . 1 ui 115 fr it V .. s .4.xx!i1u:,l.g1r:Egi 5 fa Lina' P ' i- 3 Kms-l! I' I Fl fig ' gl xdlim.I'.5 ll . Cam s N . ,gy-9' r ' O I u . 866 ROBERT TALBOTT STEVENS, III "Bob" . . . political trademark R.S.V.P .... hard working dependable "veep" of the student government . . . one of Big G's "bad boys" in the "Cedar Avenue Mansion" . . . founder of Towson's corsage industry . . . never lets his studies interfere with his education . . . "Bill, you're fighting me." Student Government Association VicefPresident 45 Inter' national Relations Club 1,2,3,4, Vice'Presidertt 3g Freshman Advisory Councilg Tower Echoes Senior Editorg Tower Light Staff 1,2: Student Christian Association 1,2,3,4g Canterbury Club 1,2,3,4g Future Teachers of America 3,45 All College Council. 5' fv- DOTTY ANN STREHLE "Dotty Ann" . . . "Sparki" . . . soaks up the summer sun at Milford Mill pool . . . industrious . . . journalistic aspirations . . . continually razzes roommates . . . "My dear!" . . . loves a joke . . . chic dresser . . . decorates bedspreads with cigarette burns . . . plays a baffling game of bridge . . . enjoys Wasson's homefcool-:ing . . . has a rare record collection. Soccer 1,23 Badminton 1,2,3,4: Bowling 13.41 Future Teachers of America Z,3,4: Archery 1.2: Tower Light 1,21 Student Christian Association 1,21 Tower Echoes Stag. Natural History Group 3,4. P i s CHERS P 1 AQ, ' J OO ui ff- 'ii ' J' Yrs If H 2 vm' fi 4 ' K lb' hill .llQAt'l1,lnN- Q l" -BNI m I .: A H- . x 4 1 . Q O 'ft '. .-3? N - .tl o 4 lass " WILDA MADYLINE MILLER STROH "Willie" . . . October bride . . . nominated "cleanest girl at S.T.C." by roommates . . . "Oh, my golly!" . . . fond of spaghetti and meat balls . . . nightly letters to Warren . . . recommends marriage to everybody . . . petite member of "Merry Marms" trio . . . an enthusiastic, hard working participant in anything she undertakes. Variety Show 1,25 Glee Club 1,25 Student'Faculty Com' mittee 2,3g Freshman Advisory Councilg Dorm Social Committee 35 Chimes Guild l,2,3g Student Christian Asso' ciation 1,2,3,4g Choir 3,43 House Committee Vice'President 4, N.H.G. 2,3,4g Dance Committees 1,2,3,4, 6 MARGARET ANN suaocic "Margie" . . . dazzling blue eyes , . . 'II know I failed that test" . . . Miss Fixit of S.T.C .... would walk a mile for a penny . . . can diagnose and prescribe for any ailment . . . interning at Dr Burton's pet hospital . . . thrives on cheeseburgers, but "I've just got to lose weight" . . . a whiz at sports . . . The Hrst thing I'm going to buy when I start teaching is a car" . . . has lived in several places . . . hates street cars with a passion. All Sports Electives l,2,3,4g Marshals 2,3,4: Future Teachers of America 3,4g Student Christian Association 1,2. JOAN TALLAGSEN "joan" . . . four years a day hop . . . enjoys all sports . . . loves to knit argyles and mittens . . . pleasing per' sonality . . . very artistic . . . loves to talk-does so rapidly . . . good student . . . ardent worker . . . loved student teaching. Future Teachers of America 2,3,4g Glen Players 1,23 Soccer 1,21 Badminton lg Archery 1,23 Bowling 1,2,3g Volleyball 1,25 Softball 2. GLORIA TARR Harvard accent . . . wonderful personality . . . good stu' dent and good homemaker-really proud of her family . . . has a daughter, Valerie, and son, Davis . . . always a lady . . . dependable for good advice . . . the Beatrice Fairfax of S.T.C. MARLYN TAYLOR "Marny" . . . hails from Laurel. . . . friendly and likeable . . . "I had the best old time" . . . loves her family's Southern Maryland shore . . . well known for her summer tans . . . loves any sport, especially football . . . wild about stock car races . . . knits and knits and knits . . . always catching up on last minute details . . . has kept the same roommates for three years . . . has a top-notch sense of humor. All Sports Electives 1,2,3,4g Marshals 2,3,4g Future Teachers of America 4g Natural History Group 15 Student Christian Association l,2. PAULA L. TAYLOR Lively and unconventional . . . bridge iiend . . . a Hopkins supporter but oh, that weekend at the U. of Va.! . . . cashmere sweaters galore . . . lives in a remodeled barn . . . well liked . . . never worries about fabulous bills at Schleisner's . . . she works there . . . constantly found in the Book Store . . . looking for a man with a million dollars . . . "so dear." LONELY GLEN... ALFRED THACKSTON, JR. "Al" . . . all around guy . . . neat, nice and engaged to "Flo" . . . looking forward to "I do" in June . . . twinkle in his eye and a gleam in his smile . . . easy going . . . has "definite" views . . . sports enthusiast . . . Tennis?? . . . "come on Yankees!!!" . . . reckless bridge player . . . joker with a straight face . . . goes around with Brooks . . . can't wait 'til student teaching . . . members of Dad's Den . . . seconds on gravy . . . Navy Vet. Men's Chorus 1,2,3,4g Glee Club 35 Basketball 1,35 Base- ball lg Freshman Advisory Couricilg 'Tennis 3,45 Variety Show 1,25 Co-Chairman of Men's Club: S.G.A. Council 4. ALMA MAGDALEN THUME Eastern Shore native and mighty proud of it , . , may be remembered for her brief and hazardous housing of "Duffy" . . . loves sports and ,lack . . . "jack's the sweetest thing" . . . doesn't enjoy playing cards with people who play for blood . . . still fights the Civil War . . , Ocean City veteran . . . great singing talent known tq a few . . . snappy dresser . . . "I know it's so" . . . will be a Iune bride. Future Teachers of America 3,45 Natural History Group 1,21 Student Christian Assoczatmn 1,21 All Sports l,'l,3,4: Tower Echoes 4. 'CN W' L the REGINA C. TIBBELS Known to all as "Ginny" . . . crazy about ,"Tiger Rag" . , . has a sweetetooth for the opposite sex . . . quiet and composed . . . bridge fan . . , loves the Eve and six year old "students" , . . one of the Griffith-Tibbcls-Law irm, Tennis 2,33 Badminton I,2g Volleyball 2: Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Future Teachers of America 4. JOHN B. TWIST "jack" . . . full of enthusiasm and optimism . . . stage manager for S.T.C.'s biggest-"Lady in the Dark" . . , lights up when he smiles . . . marvelous personality and sense of humor . . . scratches left ear with right hand when perplexed . . . "Well, I dunno . ." . . . has courage of his convictions . . . will marry Anne in September. Tower Light 33 Glen Players 3g Future Teachers of America 4. AND ECHOING HALLS L. DUANE VIRTS Always on the go . . . earnest worker . . . a maestro at the piano . . . has eyes only for Lee. . . counting the days 'til that June wedding . . . sleeps late and dresses in a hurry . . . dashes for classes . . . interested in doing things differently . . . knitting the same socks for two years. Student Christian Association I,2,3,4, Choir 2,3,4, Presif dent 3g Freshman Advisory Councilg Glee Club 1,25 Dorm House Committee Treasurer 3g Variety Show 1,2,4g Class Treasurer 3. ANN MARIE WALLACE Diatonic giggler. . . cute little pixie, jackie's partner in crime . . . longs to reside in Okinawa . . . always willing to help . . . plays a wild Hute . . . next to "Augie" comes bridge . . . showed the boys how to play pingfpong . . . "Oh, the woes of student teaching" . . . that little girl look. Student Christian Association Choir 1,2,3,4g Student Government Association Social Chairman 3g Executive Board 3g Freshman Advisory Councilg Orchestra l,2,3,4g Dorm Social Committee 25 Variety Show 15 May Day Committee 3. T7 ,wwe FUR KK! ANN WARD Annie" . . . comes from a teaching family . . . "Anyone got an extra pencil?" . . . Murray's for lunch . . . one of those "good" women drivers . . . "cards anyone?" . . . one of those independent gals . . . loves to sing, dance, and to walk in the rain . . . "Now here's a good joke" . . . always ready for good laughs. dll? ,9HERs. '3' oo ff if fi.. 4'N93' ml-sfrlgl ,ez ' ' 5 'g f N . .55 in il ll nv.. mI 0 9 lass " ROBERT C. WATSON "Bobby" . . . "Well, I tell you" . . . an authority on the Efth grade . . . holds the record for rolls on the basketball floor . . . seteshot Watson . . . quite a temper . . . a bridge veteran . . . student teacher's chauffeur . . . likes to shoot the bull . . . "I'll he glad when Friday comes" . . . a balllin' locomotion . . . low and charming voice . . . a February date with Uncle. Soccer 3,43 Basketball, Baseball 1,2,3,4g Newman Club 2,3, Vice-President 3g Men's Athletic Association President 43 Variety Show 3g Junior-Senior Men's Club: Executive Board. 'CF' 1 051 ANNE WEBER One of our most ardent athletes , . . a member of the basketball and hockey teams since her Freshman year . . . wears a sparkler on her left hand . . . continually knitting for johnny . . . does her homework on the streetcar . . . famed for her carryfall pocketbook . . . makes her own clothes. Marshals l,2,3,4g Women's Athletic Association Secretary 23 All Sports Electives 1,2,3,4g Kappa Delta Pi. MARILYN WALKER WELDON Energetic SCA worker . . . always busy helping some' one . . . a way with children . . . spends her summers on playgrounds . . . dislikes "organized confusion" . . . versatile . . . sweet and reliable . . . always has too much to do but must do one or two more things to help . . . admires her roommates. Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Chimes Guild 1,2,3: Student Christian Association 1,2,3,4, VicefPreside'nt 45 Choir 41 All Sports Electives l,2,3,4q Freshman Advisory Council. PCHERS 0 "' I- ' ' iii , N 1 llnllnslg '. l A0 1A .O C Ili ,K 0 lm D Y 4 l fl' 5 o . 1 I l, ' . Msg,-,.i.sri,f qv 3' 5 044, ,J N . ,ya : 1866 MILDRED DOROTHY WELLER "Millie" . . . famed for her dark curly bobs . . . can be counted on for a job well done . . . cooperative . . . sincere . . . a quiet coed one can be proud to claim as a friend . . . was a biology lab assistant at Patterson Park High School for two years before entering S.T.C .... destined to become a top notch kindergarten teacher. Future Teachers of America 3,43 Archery 1,2,3,4g Bowl- ling l,2,3,4. ID BBATRICE ESTBLLB WERNBR Very loyal . . . a conscientious student . . . always makes "A's" . . . Kappa Delta Pi . . . has many talents . . . music and painting being among her favorites . . . among her latest acquisitions are her new ranch home and a "new old" car . . . a kindergarten primary specialist. Kappa Delta Pi 4. , 41' V ANN WILLIAMS Happily engaged to Vance . . . planning a june wedding . . . a good mimic . . . contagious laugh . . . "Wait 'til I tell you" . . . conscientious . . . likes working with small children . . . attractive . . . pretty blue eyes . . . good hostess . . . lives for weekends. Kappa Delta Pig Future Teachers of America 45 Glee Club 1,25 Modern Dance 24 Badminton 3,4g Bowling 2,3,4g Archery 34 Volleyball 4. Q -If-'-'-F ,lille .., V . . ld. .1 s , .2V'Y.,,, 0 QV. "A, sig' .ini 4 . ' . f BERNARD PHILIP WOLF "Maxie" . . . terrific basketball player . . married and likes it . . . "Boy, what a honeymoon" . . . sock washing time . . . still enjoys looking at pretty girls . . . "Got to catch that train" . . . member in good standing of the Dize's Flashes . . . shoe salesman and partetime husband . . . personality plus . . . Juvenile Literature expert. Soccer 3g Basketball 35 Men's Athletic Association Secretary. ANNE F. ZIMMBRMAN Never hears alarms . . . vicious in the morning . . planned for her ifth graders from 6 PM 'til 2 AM . . . Hair for knitting . . . artistic . . . proud of her two nieces . . . "Bless their baby hearts" . . . cute, short haircut . . . has eyes only for jack . . . one of the "Five," Student Christian Association 1,4g Future Teachers of America 4. WE'LL EVER LO IRIS ZIMMERMAN "Iris" . . . "Oh my aching back" . . . experience in leading a rhythm band . . . active interest in Christian work . . . clever sense of humor . . . enthusiast on raising rabbits . . . has a down to earth air backed up by a good deal of common sense . . . quite a Bend on sports. Towson Christian Fellowship 1,2,3,4g Future Teachers of America 3,4g Marshals 1,2,3,4g All Sports Electives 1,2,3,4. 'S 'Pts E' DOROTHY J. ZIMMERMAN "Dot" . . . a "die hard" Yankee fan . . . a real Krazy- Kool'Kat . , . goes for Stan and his progressive jazz . . . always thirsty . . . a good mimic . . . always ready. to go to the Club with a gang . . . neatness personified . . . "Isn't that priceless" . . . there'll always be Scott . . . dramatic member of the "Five" Student Christian Association 1,41 Future Teachers of America 4: Lutheran Students Association 4. VE YOU S.T.C. JOHN 1. ZVONAR One of the young marrieds . . . always be remembered for his portrayal of Faustus . . . beautiful voice . . . very artistic . . . creative . . . has courage of his convic- tions . . . does not crave the lime'light . . . good conversa' tionalist . . . avid sense of humor . . . has many original ideas about how to do things . . . pride and joy of Block 1 the day he was elected president of the Student Government Association. Student Government Association President 45 Glen Players 1,2,3,4g Tower Light lg Marshals 3,4g Kappa Delta Pig Future Teachers of America. IQ! l K I 915 1'-"" .N I, TP' VVILLIAM GRAY Junior College v BARBARA HANCOCK Junior College HUGH JOHNS Junior College SARA LYONS Junior College THOMAS MINNICH Junior College MARIAN MOYER Junior College ELEANOR BEAN Junior College JANET BIEN Junior College CLAUDE CORL Junior College JANIE FORD Junior College GEORGE FOX Junior College LOUIS GOEDEKE Junior College UN IOR COLLEGE ROBERT NEW junior College RONALD PETERSON Junior College NANCY POOL junior College PATRICIA SHIPLEY junior College SUE STINSON Junior College KEITH WILSON junior College PO TGRAD ATE STUDEN S DOROTHY BRANDA Fifth Year REGINA BUTTA Fifth Year MARY GRIESACKER Fifth Year FRANCIS HUBBARD Fifth Year VIRGINIA ROTH Fifth Year MARY RYAN Fifth Year Top: Editor Bill Hammerman inspects photo' graphs while Associate Editor Bob Stevens instructs Kathryn Baker on how to type senior biographical sketches Above: Pattie Losco is busily typing while Frank Cramblitt studies photo of Amon Burgee and Will Strack forces a smile over Cartoonist Gus Peter's latest creation. Into the wee hours of the night, the Tower Echoes Staff could be found hard at work Composing pages and matching copy and photos. At left we see Flo Ruland, Vv'illie Stroh, Delores Smyrk, Nancy Sandel and Lou Draper at the writing table. Wiffx YOUR TOWER ECHOE STAFF Editor-in-Chief . William M. Hammerman Business Manager ........ Paul J. Arend Associate Editor . . . Robert T. Stevens, III Department Editors Seniors . . Nancy Sandel, Doris Mellor Activities ............. Lou Draper Athletics . . . ..... Flo Ruland Features ..... .... D elores Smyrk Photography . . . . . . Willard Strack Art ........ ...... G us Peters Managers Patrons ........ Gene Ambermann Assistants Gordon Blank, Robert Ludwig, Nancy Sandel, George Koneyak. Copy: W. Miller, M. Weldon, D. Virts, R. Kane, J. Jenkins, A. Thume, D. Strehle, L. Geiselrnan, K. Baker, P. Beshore, Marvin Browning, A. Nad' rowski, A. Thackston, N. Brooks, O. Dunker, L. Degen, Carolyn Nauman, M. Pitman. Typists: J. Wastler, P. Ryan, M. E. Hough' land, M. L. Louthare, J. Stine, J. Gerke, P. Losco, J. Covey, S. Peter' son, K. Baker, D. Pliskin, W. Spurrier. Faculty adviser: Dr. Arthur W. Brewing- ton. 5' .5 1' . rv-f si X- 315 .i , ,fl ,ff A Friend john G. Albrecht David and Robert Ambcrman Mr. and Mrs. G. Amberman Anne and Ellie Mr. and Mrs. A, C. Arcnd Art and Shirl George Baker Ann Balducci Kathleen .Barron Miss Gertrude Benser Bernie and Sally Phyl Beshore Mr. Parker Beshore Mrs, Parker Beshore Beth and Fay Betty and Dot Betty and Joyce Bill and Jean Bill and Kathryn Bill and Mary Jane Billie and Pat Gus D. Bisbikis Kate Bishop Bob and Anne Bob and Lois Bobbie and Doris Thomas Bocek Robert H. Boubilitz Dorothy Branda Dorothy Brawner Brearley and May Mr. and Mrs. Bob Breitenbach Sal Brocato Nancy and Fred Brown Brunswick High School Bucky and Lou Bud and Dot Samuel R. Burnett, IV, USNR Butch and Pete Paul D. Carre Mr. Mary R. Carson PATRONS Edward tl. Casey Chic and Ed "XVinston Churchilll' Mr. and Mrs. E. Clinton, VI Mr. and Mrs. Pierci E. Cody, jr. Picrci E. Cody, III Mrs. John C. Collins Connie and Kat Miss Bessie E. Cordray Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Cordray Mr. Wm. C, Cordray E. F. Cornell Ginny Cosgrove Orrie Cowan Mr, and Mrs. Kune C. Creswell Larry Creswell Mr. and Mrs. Glenn A. Crim Mr. and Mrs. William E. Crim Dail Currier Mr. and Mrs. Miss Martha Kent D. Currie jane Curry Mr. and Mrs. John F. Curry Mr. and Mrs. M. Sterling Curry Dale and Ed Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Daley Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Davis Paul J. Deahl Deans of Rhythm Delores Deardorff Dee and Casey Dee and Katie Dee and Pete Barbara DeKowski Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Deland Donald Dettmore Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Deuber, III Dick and Lucille Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dictemen "Mermie" Dill Donna and Lucille Dot and julian Dot and Lou Dotty and janet Doug and -In Duane and Lee Mr. and Mrs. Franklin C. Dun: Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Dunkcr, Sr Echo Mae and Pat Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eckes Mr. Thomas Eckhardt Ed and Marie Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fmory Ethel and Sally Diggie Exline Fay and Nelson Mary Ann and George Fisher Dave Ford C. Foreman "Slim" Forthman Alan Foster Grasson E. Fowble Frankie and Ann Mary Frantz jules deFries Ron Galler Rayda and Earl Gerber Mr. Geriak Mr. and Mrs. joseph Gill Dale Ginghass Ginny and Wally Bill Gray Gloria and Mary Frances Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Griffin Melanie Grimm Mr. and Mrs. Albert j. Hall Robert W. Hall Hallie and Willie Mr. and Mrs. M. Hammerrnan Nancy Harrison Mr. and Mrs. john bl. Hart Mr. and Mrs. VVm, L. Hartuzig Helen May Heflner Helen and Joanne Louise and Bill Henneminn IIB Hazel and Bill Herche Claire Hcrshtield Mr. and Mrs, James Hevey Nancy Hiner Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hinman Donald and Marilyn Hobbs Mr, and Mrs. Carlton Hobbs Mrs. Ethel Hobbs Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Hoffman Jack Hogsten Alfred C. Holden A. Charles Holden, Jr. Kenton Holden Hook and Shelley The Hopkins Blue Jays Mr. and Mrs. Francis X. Horn Isabel and Janelle Jan, Ginny, and Julie Jan and Rainy Janie and Jane Tommy Gasper Jack Jedlicka Jerry and Joan Jim and Marge Jim and Perk Joan and Pat Joan Lee and Peg Johnnie and Lee Johnny and Laura Jimmy Jope Mr, and Mrs. John L. Joseph Joyce, June, and Polly June, Barbara, and Loretta Kate and Dicti Katy and Dotty Kate and Roth Mr. and Mrs. William Kelleher Mr, and Mrs. R. Kershaw Charles Kokoski PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. Laine Cynthia Langhirt Kitty Langhirt Nick Lanze Margaret Laupas Laurel and Margaret Miss Lee Al Lehman Leona and Grace Lila and Ruth Lee Liz, Fay, and Mimi Lois and Marilyn Lotus and Iso Doris and Ed Lot: Larry Lyng Maggie and Debbie Maggie and Guy Carol Maley Stella Marcizewski Marge and Dale Marge and Maggie Marian and Janice Mr. George E. Marlor Mr. and Mrs. James Marks Marv and Ruby Mary and Pat Mary Jane Mattingly Mr, and Mrs. V. E. Matulaitis Fontaine Maury John McColgan Mr. and Mrs. Samson McDowell June McHugh Shirley Mears Laura Ann Mellor Mrs. Madeline Mellor Mel, Janie, and Bootsie Mark Mellor William E. Miller, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Hilleary Mills Mr. and Mrs. John Mitchell Mollie, Marilyn and Ollie Morty and Gladys Mr. and Mrs. P. Muller Angela S. Nadrowski Elaine C. Nadrowski Mr. and Mrs. James Nadrowski Petronella M. Nadrowski Gloria Nardone Nancy and Evan Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nickoles Pat Ogden Mr. and Mrs. William O'Neill Pat and Ann Pat and Floyd Pat and Jean Pat, Mickey, and Pat Pat and Sally Patti and Phyl Patty and Mary Ellen Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Paul Paul and Cora Peggy and Julie Peggy and Pat Peggy and Mary Jane Phil and Jackie Phil and Janet Dean Pickens Hilda Potenta Bob Prince Matthew Rakentzes Ray and Faye Bob Remolde Thomas Knefely Rettew Douglas Jean Ridgely Fred Ritter Don Rogerson Jeanne Rose Rose Ann and Don Mr. and Mrs. Warthen Ruth Marion Sadler Nancy and Mary Ellen II4 Joanne Keesler Sawyer Annette Saxton Mrs. Jean Schaffer W. G. Schepling Howard Scheufele Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Schmidt The von Schwerdtner Family Scotty Sherry and Mary Grace Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Shipley Mr. and Mrs. Norman L. Shores Donald E. Shuller Sig and "Tex" Skip and Louise Gus and Joe Smetana Mr. and Mrs. Eugene B. Smith Gloria Snyder Mrs. Clyde Spencer Mrs. Annie Spurrier Mr. and Mrs. Earl Spurrier Stella and June PATRONS Vivian Stone Will Strack Mr. and Mrs. Frank Strehle Revi and Mrs. C. E. Subock, Jr. Sue and Lois Rev. and Mrs. C. T. Subock Syl and Phyl Richard Subock James W. Szymanowski Audna Thompson Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Trainor Alfred Thackston, Jr. Wathen Tyler Mr. and Mrs. James E, Vanch Mr. and Mrs. Alfred C. Voss Mrs. Josephine Wagemann Curt Wagemann Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Walther Walthen, Sylvia, and Pat Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Weldon William C. Weller Mr, and Mrs. William F, Weller Mary Virginia Wheatley Mr. and Mrs. G. Williams Helen E. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wissner Dawn Wittstadt Doug Woodburn Kenneth Wray Bob Wright Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wright Judy Wright Doris J. Yingling Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Zarzecki Robert G. Zopfi BEST WISHES T0 ER LIGHT II5 SENIOR CLASS Helen McConnor Aldridge Queenstown, Maryland Eugene Ambernian Stewartstown, Maryland Mildred Irene Arbaugh Westiiiiiister, Maryland Paul Arend 1810 Portship Road Dundalk 22, Maryland Thurston A. Atkins 3942 Frishy Street Baltimore IS, Maryland Jeanette Trivett Baker 1 Elinor Avenue Baltimore 6, Maryland Sara Kathryn Baker 829 Armstrong Avenue Hagerstown, Maryland Margaret Louise Bankert Union Mills, Maryland Clarence E. Baseman 4652 Belair Road Baltimore, Maryland Marie K. Baum 302 Garden Road Towson 4, Maryland Charles D. Bavis 503 Amberly Road Harundale, Maryland Barbara Lou Belle 2900 Aldon Road Baltimore 14, Maryland Marlyn Berkenfield 2523 Cold Spring Lane Baltimore 15, Maryland Leonard Leroy Bernhardt 2805 Ashland Avenue Baltimore 5, Maryland Phyllis jenkins Beshore Bel Air, Marylzind Mary Ellen Billingsley Monkton, Maryland Gordon C. Blank 4103 Garrison Boulevard Baltimore 15, Maryland Robert E. Breitenbach 408 Markland Avenue Baltimore 12, Maryland Mildred L. Brennan 1808 Thornburg Road Baltimore, Maryland Edgar Nelson Brooks DIRECTORY Eloise Marie Brown 346 East Twenty Seventh Street Baltimore 18, Maryland Marvin C. Browning Damascus, Maryland Amon Burgee, III 55 Emondson Ridge Road Catonsville 28, Maryland Jeannette Burk Phoenix, Maryland Harry Montague Burkhardt, III 3715 Old York Road Baltimore, Maryland Charles Roger Burkins 3621 Vv'est Garrison Avenue Baltimore 15, Maryland A. Ruth Carey 1 Wilbur Road Baltimore 21, Maryland Mary Catherine Cassidy 4918 Medwood Avenue Baltimore, Maryland Anna Carolyn Cella 6727 Laurel Drive Baltimore, Maryland Miriam Leberman Chester 4116 Fairfax Road Baltimore, Maryland Kathryn N. Childs 6914 Wiiidstwr Mill Road Baltimore 7, Maryland Dorothy Ruth Cochrane Baltimore City, Maryland Leatrice Cohen 2703 Oakley Avenue Baltimore, Maryland Roger B. Copinger, Jr. 40 Torque Way Middle River, Maryland Mary Teresa Cortis 7054 Belclare Road Dundalk, Maryland joan Malone Covey R. F. D. 1 Severn, Maryland Frank Cramblitt 3934 Madison Street Hyattsville, Maryland Rosemary Kathleen Crede 4604 Wzilther Boulevard Baltimore 14, Maryland V. Deane Creswell 1228 Maiden Choice Road 4341 Sheldon Avenue Baltimore 29, Maryland Baltimore 6, Maryland COMPLIMENTS OF K E L L Y BUICK SALES CORPORATION Charles Street at Mt. Royal Avenue C. MARKLAND KELLY, President MUIberry 2800 COMPLIMENTS I OF SMETANA'S DELICATESSEN STONELEIGH BOWLING CENTRE 6703 York Road Batrmoas 12, MARYLAND TOWSON APPLIANCE CORPORATION I8 Alleghany Avenue ' RADIO - REFRIGERATION ' TELEVISION ' SALES and SERVICE SENIOR CLASS DIRECTORY Norma Lee Cullison 24112 East Federal Street Baltimore 13, Maryland Irvin john Curry 24 North Decker Avenue Baltimore 24, Maryland Mary Ellen Curry 2528 Arunah Avenue ,Baltimore 16, Mary1anCl Charlotte Parks Daley ZOSD Donnybrook Lane Towson 4, Maryland janet Eileen Davis Breathedsville, Maryland Laura Lee Degen 7904 Cist Court Silver Spring, Maryland Donald Edward Dettmore 1427 Bolton Street Baltimore, Maryland Elmer Dize 511 South Decker Avenue Baltimore 24, Maryland Betty Lou Draper 726 Howard Road Pikesville S, Maryland Olive Marie Dunker 105 Greenway Avenue Glen Burnie 7, Maryland Oremalee Durm 2824 Grindon Avenue Baltimore 14, Maryland Shirley Jane Duvall Damascus, Maryland Graeme S. Easson 3203 North Charles Street Baltimore, Maryland Mary Lou Easson 3203 North Charles Street Baltimore. Maryland Mary E. Feeney 635 Anneslie Road .Baltimore 12, Maryland Virginia Delauter Fenby Reisterstown, Maryland Bette Anne jackson Finch Bishop Street Extended Westminster, Maryland George William Fisher 4916 Cordelia Avenue Baltimore, Maryland THE ARUNDEL CORPORATION BALTIMORE 2, MD. DREDGING - CONSTRUCTION - ENGINEERING and Distributors ol SAND - GRAVEL - STONE cmd COMMERCIAL SLAG SENIOR CLASS DIRECTORY Mary Anna Draper Fitzpatrick Joyce Gowman 508 West hloppa Road Towson 4, Maryland Miriam Freter Sykesville, Maryland Claire Friedman 5330 Beaufort Avenue Baltimore, Maryland Lucille Frances Geiselman 1204 Hamilton Boulevard Hagerstown, Ivlaryland Earl Gerber 2845 Boarman Avenue Baltimore, Maryland Beverly Wolfe Glassman 2438 Callow Avenue .Baltimore 17, Maryland Bruce L. Godfrey 2523 Oakley Avenue Baltimore 15, Maryland Beverly Gold 4739 Reisterstown Road Baltimore, Maryland Maxine Faye Goodman 735 Lake Drive Baltimore, Maryland 5601 Clearspring Road Bradford, Pennsylvania Carol Griffith 1 140 Gorsuch Avenue Baltimore 18, Maryland Dorothy May Groves Kennedyville, Maryland Trina Lee Halpert 3703 Forest Park Avenue Baltimore 16, Maryland William M. Hammerman 1300 East Belvedere Avenue Baltimore 12, Maryland Ann K, Hawley 5901 Bellona Avenue Baltimore 12, Maryland Sarah Ann Hendrix White Hall, Maryland James O. Hentschel 2703 Grindon Avenue Baltimore, Maryland Franklin Hlavac 1419 North Milton Avenue Baltimore, Maryland ARUNDEL-BROOKS CONCRETE CORPORATION PRE-MIXED CONCRETE CERTIFIED OUALITY FROM GRADED MATERIALS Office ornd Plant 921 S. Wolie Street BALTIMORE 31, MARYLAND EAstern 8200 KAUFMANN'S PHARMACY ToWsoN's FINEST DRUG sToRE York Road and Chesapeake Avenue TOwson 3900 ZQADY SERVE You Member: Federal Deposit lnsurance Corporation Your Parents and Grandparents DEALT HERE . . . So you too are cordially invited to visit the Stebbins Anderson Store most convenient to you and see how we can make your home a more pleasant place in which to livel We've a complete line of hardware, house- wares, lumber, mill work, paints, fuel oil and burner service. And be sure to visit our wonderful Garden Shop at Towson for Summer Blooming plants-Bulbs, Garden and Farm Supplies. ffalfw Cockeysville Towson Cockeysville 134 Towson 6600 Fullerton Boulevard 800 3 Convenient Locations No Parking Problems When You Shop I-lt Stebbins Anderson SENIOR CLASS DIRECTORY Donald A. Hobbs 4819 Reisterstown Road Baltimore 15, Maryland Alice Holden 2822 Cheswolde Road Baltimore 9, Maryland Deborah Hopwood 6 East Preston Street Baltimore, Maryland Charles I-Iorberg 6305 Eilliott Street Baltimore 24, Maryland james Hottes, Jr. Coekeysville, Maryland Patricia G. Howard 517 Oakland Avenue Baltimore 12, Maryland Robert R. Hull 425 Indiana Avenue Hagerstown, Maryland Mary Carolyn Hubbert Eederalsburg, Maryland Robert john Huber 4105 Asbury Road Baltimore, Maryland Helen Nadine Ice 5824 York Road Baltimore 12, Maryland Jean Lee Jenkins Street, Maryland Mary Evelyn johnson 5404 Catalpha Road Baltimore 14, Maryland Shirley Jones 711 Weitwdburlie Avenue Baltimore, Maryland Shirley Kalb fDarnabyj 907 East Belvedere Avenu Baltimore, Maryland Donald L. Kastner 1519 East 20th Street Baltimore, Maryland Janet Kelley Preston, Maryland Eleanor Apsley Kendall Hydes, Maryland Helen Betty Kendall 150S Ablwattston Street Baltimore 13, Maryland Patricia E. Kennedy 505 East SIITCI Frederick. lxlaryland SENIOR CLASS DIRECTORY Carol Jean Kerndl 3107 Cliftmont Avenue Baltimore 13, lvlaryland Margaret King R. F. D. No. 1 Gamlarills, lvlaryland Beatrice Knatz 1036 Light Street Baltimore 30, Ivfaryland George Koneyak 1703 Vkfilson Point Road Middle River, lvlaryland Jane Kovalcik 513 Independence Avenue. S. E. VVashington 3, D. C. Jane Law 3808 Hudson Street Baltimore 24, Maryland Patricia Anne LeFevre 820 South Warwick Road Baltimore 19, Ivlaryland Priscilla Leishear Brookeville, Maryland Jack Leizman 4105 Rollins Avenue New York City, New York Edward Thomas Leonard 365 Townsend Road Essex, Marylzind Barbara Ochstein Loreck 4000 Fordleigh Road Baltimore 15, Ivlaryland Doris Wyant Lotz 5313 Brabant Road Baltimore, Ivlaryland Evelyn Ludvigsen 5711 Johnson Street Brooklyn Park, Marylaimd Juanita Elizabeth Ludwig 35 Brooklyn Road Dundalk, Maryland Robert Ludwig 235 Ridge Avenue Towson 4, Ivlaryland COMPLIMENTS OE TOLLGATE RESTAURANT 107 York Road Phone: TOwson 9783 I. M. BUCHEIMER of Towson LUGGAGE LEATHER GOODS ENGLISH SADDLERY We Invite You To Visit 520 York Road TOWSON, MD. SAratoga 2090 Evenings: PLaza 0707 BALTIIVIORE CIGARE'I'I'E SERVICE. INC. 844 Park Avenue BALTIMORE 1. MD. IOSEPH I. I-IARMAN S. :S N. KA'I'Z IEWELERS and SILVERSMITHS 105-113 N. Charles Street and 5 other conveniently located stores LU'I'HERV'I1.LE LUMBER CO. HARDWARE - PAINT York Road and Seminary Avenue 'l'Owson 7733 COMPLIMENTS or Q, Q ., ,. 3. 3 " A O Q 5 4' z M. 5. M. MOTIVE PARTS co. - . 0 1425 Maryland Avenue ""'i' "" " M " ' M"i'i I BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 503 York Road Towson 4. Md. SENIOR CLASS Lawrence Lyng, jr. 4637 Kernwood Avenue Baltimorell, Maryland Mable Lynn Mason 52 Connecticut Avenue Kensington, Maryland Loretta Arlene Measley Freeland, Maryland Doris M. Unverzagt Mellor 200 North Beechwood Avenue Catonsville, Maryland Alan Meyers 3805 Boarman Avenue Baltimore 15, Maryland Carol Joyce Michael Clear Spring, Maryland Arlene Mae Miller Manchester, Maryland Julie Ann Miller 7802 Garland Avenue Takoma Park 12, Maryland Lois Miller 5715 Rubin Avenue Baltimore 15, Maryland W, Neal Moerschel 6705 Riverdrive Road Baltimore 19, Maryland james W. Montgomery 1800 N. Calvert Street Baltimore, Maryland Virginia Lee Moore 5800 Clear Spring Road Baltimore, Maryland Margaret Laura Morey Forest Hill, Maryland Jeanne Portner Morrill Thurmont, Maryland Roland Parker Morrill Sudbrook Road Pikesville, Maryland DIRECTORY Beverly Burman Moses 3335 Ingleside Avenue Baltimore 15, Maryland Virginia Day Mosier Hancock, Maryland Mildred Motsko 1816 Cheswolde Road Baltimore 9, Maryland Angela S. Nadrowski 4303 Nicholas Avenue Baltimore' 6, Maryland Carolyn Louise Naumann 3036 Gwynns Falls Parkway Baltimore, Maryland M, Evelyn Nelson 821 East Belvedere Avenue Baltimore 12, Maryland Muriel Neuberger 5001 Sunset Road Baltimore 15, Maryland Anne Noland Cockeysville, Maryland jane Nowell 203 Hilltop Road Linthicum Heights, Maryland Laura Louise Odegard Street, Maryland June Oliver 221 Summit Avenue Hagerstown, Maryland Dolores Osterhaus 3309 Lawnview Avenue Baltimore, Maryland Shirley E. Peterson 610 ,Bennington Drive Silver Spring, Maryland Eleanor Muth Pieroschelc 128 Rochester Place Baltimore, Maryland BUSINESS PATRONS TOWSON ESSO SERVICE 123 York ncaa TOWSON 4. MARYLAND TOWSON GULF SERVICE STATION York Road Opposite Willow Avenue TOWSON 4, MARYLAND RICHARD M. BABCOCK 3409 Mondawmin Avenue BALTIMORE 16. MARYLAND ORGANIST and CHOIRMASTER I2I SENIOR CLASS Maxine Pitman 2411 Talbot Road Baltimore 16, Maryland Sue Ellen Platt 4019 Carlisle Avenue Baltimore, Maryland Deborah Pliskin Riverdale, Maryland jean Louise Pontius 916 East North Avenue Baltimore 2, Maryland Angelina Popomaronis 926 South Ponca Street Baltimore 24, Maryland Suzanne G. Pretty 6024 Bellona Avenue Baltimore, Maryland Dave A. Pyle, jr. 544 South Rolling Road Catonsville 8, Maryland Pearl Anne Rappoport 3800 Chatham Road Baltimore 15, Maryland Mary Frances Recher Chewsville, Maryland Leroy A. Rector 2316 Druid Park Drive Baltimore 15, Maryland Leona Edna Redemann 5003 Eugene Avenue Baltimore, Maryland George G, Remmers 706 Pontiac Avenue Baltimore 25, Maryland Susan Gwen Richards 6240 Bellona Avenue Baltimore 12, Maryland Mary Jo Roberson Writers Road Germantown, Maryland Frank Allen Roberts 7 North Beechfield Avenue Baltimore 29, Maryland Don F. Rogerson Thurmont, lvlaryland Florence C. Ruland 3612 Buckingham Road Baltimore 7, Maryland DIRECTORY Doris A. Sakie 3615 Gelston Drive Baltimore 29, Maryland Jean Harriet Samuels 135 South East Avenue Baltimore 24, Maryland Nancy Anne Sandel 5500 Plymouth Road Baltimore 14, Maryland Dorothy E. Schaeffer R. F. D. 3 Box 521 Pasadena, Maryland Michael Schaub 2321 East Chase Street Baltimore 13, Maryland Mary Alice Scheller 11 Burkleigh Square Towson, Maryland Alfred Schleunes, Jr. 224 Rodgers Forge Road Baltimore 12, Maryland Carol Jeanne Schmidt 1320 Windemere Avenue Baltimore 18, Maryland Charles H. A. Seitz 1742 East North Avenue Baltimore, Maryland Betty Mariner Shaffer 3300 ,Beech Avenue Baltimore 11, Mziryland Melvin B, Shaffer 3300 Beech Avenue Baltimore, Maryland Lillian Shapiro 3404 Hilton Road Baltimore 15, Maryland Iris Jacqueline Silverman 2907 Allendale Road Baltimore, Maryland Wilhani Oscar Simmons 405 East Broadway Bel Air, Maryland Rosemary D. Slechta 2418 Ashland Avenue Baltimore 5, Maryland Mary Angela Smart Grantsville, Maryland Lee L. Smith 527 West Potomae Street Brunswick, Maryland SENIGR CLASS Delores Mazzatenta Smyrk Nursery Road Linthicum Heights, Maryland Pauline Eugenia Snapp Fort Eustis, Virginia Pearl Lillian Snowden Box 146 Pasadena, Maryland H. Roy Sparks 408 South Cornwall Street Baltimore 24, Maryland George W. Speer 8606 Old Harford Road Baltimore 14, Maryland Gloria Ann Spencer fAndersonQ White Hall, Maryland Helen Anne Spencer Rockspring Road Bel Air, Maryland Winifred Spurrier Mt. Airy, Maryland Sylvia Bernice Stein 3484 Dolfield Avenue Baltimore 15, Maryland Robert Talbott Stevens, III 634 North Bend Road Catonsville 29, Maryland Willard Augustus Strack 529 Sussex Road Towson 4, Maryland Dotty Ann Strehle St. Paul Avenue Granite, Maryland Wilda Miller Stroh Maugansville, Maryland Margaret Ann Suboclc Falling Waters, West Virginia joan Carol Tallagsen 2818 Pinewood Avenue Baltimore 14, Maryland Gloria Tarr 1011 Regester Avenue Baltimore 12, Maryland Marlyn Taylor Montgomery Road Laurel, Maryland Paula L. Taylor Ruxton, Maryland Alfred Thackston, Jr. 5 Ferndale Road Ferndale, Maryland DIRECTORY Alma Magdalen Thume Trappe, Maryland Regina C. Tibbels 4016 Hillen Road Baltimore 18, Maryland john Twist 2905 Dunmore Road Baltimore 22, Maryland L. Duane Virts 709 East Potomac Street Brunswick, Maryland Ann Marie Wallace King Avenue Frederick, Maryland Ann Ward 525 Dorsey Avenue Baltimore 21, Maryland Robert C. Watson 10 Linden Terrace Towson 4, Maryland Anne B. Weber 820 Cooks Lane Baltimore 29, Maryland Marilyn Walker Weldon 621 Edgewood Street Baltimore 29, Maryland Mildred Dorothy Weller 3707 Ednor Road Baltimore 18, Maryland Beatrice Estelle Werner 1111 Hampton Garth Towson 4, Maryland Ann Williarns 1643 North Ellamont Street Baltimore 16, Maryland Bernard Philip Wolf 8004 Eastern Drive Silver Spring, Maryland Anne F. Zimmerman Hagerstown, Maryland Dorothy Zimmerman Maple Avenue VValkersville, Maryland Iris Zimmerman 312 Dunkirk Road Baltimore 12, Maryland john Zvonar 624 South Dean Street Baltimore 24, Maryland Q 2.51 if x I ,V li u 1 ,I H - r h 1 '-H. :gn , x f in ' ,v.',.y - f vfI'1 w 1,0 gy. . I A , 4 wx 'U' A S, 'vl ,I 4" ' .Y T -JIS lr, ' ,1 . M 'rw E' .el - . vw. 5 , U'-, .25 4. X . . , . - "J , if "X . W J' ' .i. 1 . Vg 3 .1 I , ' I v . V v ' fl . . ' H-.' Ji' n Us lm' A 5, ' I L. ' , ."u.'r1"x Q. " I ui ,iv s ' uv f ' . N . as 'I '. 01: X .L - 'cY 4 , . , , I I . 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