Towson University - Tower Echoes Yearbook (Towson, MD)

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' N Jar: :QW 'A Q" T x ' . . ' 15 ,W .1 -X f . 1 ' , A ' x ' 'M -f 4, 1' tfix 'A-. in V . A V-I if N-.1 , mx., Wk A 1 WE DEDICATE . .. e f sr f X 1 il ii 5' nl To DR. E. CURT WALTHER-Ax EDLic.u'oR A man at home with knowledge and vested with the rare faculty of imparting it. Towson has been greatly enriched by his 30 years of service. and the Class of '55 has had the hz-nefits of his wisdom for four of them. Although we have been deprived of his presence this year, there can he no doubt that his thoughts and hest wishes have been with us. As an instructor, he shared with us his vast experiences and knowledge. As a class advisor, he gave us his encouragement and uncompromising faith. For this, words can hut represent in a small way our gratitude. , Q. f gl l v 'Ir ,....-.-v4 PRE IDE T l"nr Illllil nl' von, vnlli-gr graulnutinn tm-nm .n tnrn in lln- m.ul. Iln- rrnvliing nl' nmlnrily. the' inilintinn intn tho- rnunpmn nf mln-r tlnnmnnls npnn tlnnmnnlu who nn- nmking the-ir 4-mttrilmtinn In nnr stale- uml nulinn. Ynur iolo-ntihvntinn with an -vhnnl nr vnllvge- will n1'H'r .nmin lu- tu- ulvlinitv nw it has he-vn in tha- pm-I. Y nn may gn nn to grtulnattv l hnln' uni will Inn it will ha- 4llll'i'rl'ul. ll will lu- a-illtvulilltt fulpo'ritltpms1'al llllllll dllll mingle-ul with 1-xlwrivlu-an M inn le-uw Tnwnnn, what .irv you hiking with um? Yun .nlnnv vnu unnwvr tlml. 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'I'Iu- rnntrilmlinnf- mn h.ui- nmele- tn lln- 1.nIlo-gr in your 1-lm-.-1--mul ynnr .u-tnutiv--. .incl tha- 4-ll!-rt ul xnnr inlhn-nvv nmmig your ti-llim -llll'I'lll", NX 1- -h.nll nui-- inn .nn-l ue- -h.ell lnnl. fnrwnrel tn Nl'1'lIlg tint .- in-1 -'-mu lmvk nn llnnn-4-nunint: Ilny nr Alumni lint, ut 'Ill .un I-tlwr 0l'I'.l-lllll. ln-I -in iw -.u ln- ulquf- tulv- lluil -mal fun-we-lll xlblll'll'H'llllaIll1l Itl'l'llIl4'lll. l-1NIiI.l'l 'lf UAV IXINS DR. EARLE T. HAWRINH 3 Fil' D511 ,Q 'I Mlm URIilEl.I,I-I juL'RPl'iY Dean of Sludc-nlx V O Q Q Q Q 'IA Q ov Ogg KV, In We 1 Q Mus FIJISSII-. Jomzs Rvgislmr Im. lxrxxr-QTH X. Iimmmg llvun uf Inxlruction Du. Kr.m.f311A T.xNsll. lleun uf .-idn1is.xiom X NIR. lxuu. Nlusm X fgll.Nil1l'NS Jlunugvr DE S , A L ,f'3T'X'w -Z 4, , 5 f 2 Nga - X S N1 'rel H fhis hook is a record of another year at Tow son. In it are glimpses of the people, places, and events that we think will be particularly dear to those of us who are graduating, but it will hold memories for all. Among our memories here are the dances, classes, instructors, sports, and social events of the year. Perhaps among them you will find one that is particularly dear to you, perhaps many will hring memories. The staff hopes that the 1955 yearbook will help its owners recall with pleasure their year at Towson State Teachers College. -. -s-A 4 : ...""-- .' t "'r!'f V, X' yiiW'fN"f , 5 5 W 5 ,54q,f ,flaw-K,x ix 4. Y, H 5 ul- yy .t ' "'l X' ' ' ft. R 3.,j', H , A , Q ' , .sq K.-Q X v - N a 'li Q A' 1 . ' K- C45 , . . V f . Q- 1 it ,, X 'Views' sage-W " 'i" xx Vi v , . Y ..x 3 ,, 3 e " -in 2 Q U FUREWURD V xj ul mga TABLECHTCONTENTS . . . Page II . . . Page 31 SPRHWEH. Hwi? SENHHHL.. M38 X M. IAf1.iQ,, " ', -. i"'4,.' I 0 ' ' 9 ,., x"f.'f" A u nn- . ,N u' - x , . . PQEEE... . .Q , , ,nr Y fi k h X . 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',, .W fs -PJ, , - ' , 'Q I 1-Z "ff . 'we , Y . xa- X Q .v-,. xx, , . .,,, - 11: 'FJ ' Y -gigtgf,-"3vg UW, A ' 1 ' 'X 1 ,xt w-N' YET S f , as kia 9 s X Q xwlN,. x 2, f. Q .4 153- 1 ZA -5 Vila- ' ff 3 g 'Q .QIQ-if I 1- if,ig'fjg'x8. ., w - "A " ,P ifga-25-' 1' f- I 1:15 Eg, fr- .- Q JA. , , , is . . Q , lv ff ,gff"' f" y .M-ff, -. ' 5 :gm Ii. X' TY.3'9".H'l3 'F X ' -1" w x ,.-" Vx ,J ' Q .,, 53... ' ,Q X A.x...' 5 S K i. 'N it H I, v if R f rg' .h , 9, ,U if Q 1 x , I R' ' v lil!! C ' FRESHMAN WEEK X Freshnien get their first orientation zuul gliinpw of College life through the efforts of the Fri-slinnin Afhifory bvsifles planning un enjoyubh- thv newcoinc-rf. consirlors tho frefhnwn aunl trim-5 to uct ua big them. at busy F..-X.tI. your :irc the initi- Council. The l".A.li., Freslnnun Wick for problems of incoming brothers unfl sisters to Uther higliliglns of ation ccrvinony and the annual F.A.li. rlinnvr. xlt'llllJEI'- ship into the group is uttuinc-rl through imitation anul scholastic ucliie-xenicnt anul extends for the length of one year. y ,J 'VB Of all the memorable experiences at S.T.C., one of the least forgotten is Freshman Week. During this time, set aside hy the Freshman Advisory Council, new freshmen get ucquaintefl with each other and with the college in the absence of the upperclassmen. Such activities as burn rlances. scan enger hunts. hikes, and pajaunu parties are plzlnnetl to get the newcomers off to the best possible start. FRE HMAN ADVISORY Co CIL FAC gk l 44g "1 . .. ,-Q 'ff' Ai REGI TRATIO The modern era of time saving devices became apparent at S.T.C, in Septemher with a new system of registration, inaugurated hy the new registrar, Miss Flossie Jones. Instead of luhoring over it schedule and then standing in u seemingly endless line to obtain class cards, both schedules und class cards were immediately handed to the students. All that was necessary wus some minor paper work. und only in very special cases did a student hear the old familiar words, "class closed." I 5 1--" . 1- 4 K A H- 'x""?U!.?'?""l"e-5-s"""!W"""":' l K... l i w l 4 R- lg . 13 G Q ART .1 'w ,Q Mr. John H. Milf-hrll Head of Depumnonl 1 ED CATIO 17" rQ5?' ' Mn. BQ-rnive A. Brouwer Mr. Lloyd D. Milli-r Mr. Stanley M. Pollark Mr. Min-hell superxise modern deaigna in a FOIHIOHIOFE artxlasn ' Rfb? -. ,L ' 1 1 K 4 ' 1' -Q43 .ag Sluclrnlu nrr rnpronu-ol in a sri:-In-r do-nammrlliun dur' ing an 1-elm-uliun rlm--. Mr. Roln-rl Mwndrolh Dr. Jann:-1. A. Firkn hr, Lucy Smll Dr. hrno-virvr llrunry Ur. lhnh l.. Slllllll Xl l Q :Wi ,N 'A l . W y , x 1 f 3pr'.,. , . va V' 'L 4 2, ,lf 5 l. Kill-fl l'ax ff-+ . 4' A I P' X, fl Mrs M r. Dr. . Zvnillx x'l'lll' John Visu-glia Waltrr W. Wwilliamson NVQ! Pictured! Misa Hazel E. Woodward Dr. William H. Hartley P - 1" ,I if X Y ' f r : . 5. . ' 1- I .1 - 1' LI H "FM ma EG f r A ... f XM' , 2 Ur. Eunin- lx. lfralrlrm- if Q, ' Hwul uf Ilylltlflllll-'Ili llr. lfelxsanrnl livxins I W W - -. 5 Q 'N . Nfxi fi KV 'Y Dr. Arthur Brmsiungzlonl W ' ' t Z A llr. lin-xina IQ'l'llll'l'N "N Ellfllirll Lilvrulurm- vlu-w. X 1 , A ' L, .1 Y ii- -H if C 5 ". ag Q 1 I Hr. llrur3 H. llurgzill " .. Nlr. Rirlmnl Vullmx Nlr-. Y IFHIIIIZI 1.lr1-nl r 4 Nu! l'ir'lurmIh Mr. Prank inn-M HI- Nm.: Huplu Min Mlfy E. P0ll0l'f Min Thelnn shffllllll i 1,1 X , V 5 x Q n QL x t"': L: '-I: " , - q-: "IQ 1 -" '9 " .hm ' 1. - v- X , . 1 Not Pidund I f"-X I Dr. Marlon S. Sargent fi 5 T: 3 I s.J- Mr. Paul Nl. XX.-.1 Mr. Phlneu P. Wrilln NV .M ,.,5 ,,.. Wl m . mx- 4. ff -9 -- 'WN HEALTH y A 17 X14-XTHEMATIC if . W K l PX W4 QQ 9 Ur. Nlarxin Volpcl Dr. Frans-ia J. Mueller "5j,,"" M.. Dr. Muellvr din-uses a prolnlc-m in burinex ws M A. .gg llldlh9Illdll1b. :?"Sr , 'Q use Q N :rf 91 ft:--wits' ODER LANGUAGE " 70 .. 1' ' u Li J n-yy 6. . a. 'l f-'S'z."' -Qu , f A " 4 1 Hr. xon S4-hwermllne-r writer a sentence on the lnoanl ' WA df" -it - for the claw to tramlale. Dr. R1-hevra Tansil Mr. Ernat von Svllwerdlnrr l I MUSIC x ,, 7' ' 1 ,1- , ,v. 17: ox ,vs Mio llum-l E. Nlavlionalxl Hr. Nirhulaa Us-riuk Miss Emma E. Yveyforlh 1 N , P YC HULOGY .... .M ,,.,. , ....,... Y 7 Dr. Harold E. Moser g Head of Department Ur. Edward N1-ulamle-r ft l ,Q 1, 5 fill. Lift' in X Dr. Frank A. Munn K ' - Stusln-nts listen intently ax Dr. Nvulander mlircuwes 4 .. 1 ran' ntudy. f i ar- "lil y 1 X -. r una innngan . I ,, ., D . D 'ld M' ' ' " 'fr 'y1i,bJam.ljanit,l, Girls pravliu- figure eight- as Mira Ruavli look- nn. I ? v P l f . X 1.4M lg Hr.. Ji-an F. Fagn-lla l "7 'rj' ,, 4 X 1 'V M.. Earl J. min... J lx ... Miss Nlary E. Rnarll 1.N'ol Piflurvdb 5- 'JE 9 l Y X I 1 -.t. fl-. "" -vm fm X Dr. George A. Beishlag .A i V 4 or to ' 51 Miss Pearle Blood ,N or. Earle T. Willis x .. Head of Department Q -i. af V A ' ws I oi- , .. i -L lair .X P... 1 'FJ 1 .st l ,W , Q 4 .iji'if2:i. A 'QV '1 as 5 , S':Q'33?5- NA if sw Tw- tv A laboratory provides , Q . Mr. Mahlon Hellerirh Miss Mary Catherine Kahl ' 1 X . Mr. N. S. Koch, Jr. Dr. Oliver H. Laine Q P ,, Dr. Willis lectures on the ., F Dr. John Carter Matthews Dr. John McCleary Dr. Joe Young West Head of Department 'K 1 E prac- A tical demonstration of theory. L problems of government 3 'vs I E15 I U 1 I I 'I 5 et? V QEW' """ if is P3 ., .V F 5 N ig, ' H L 5 Q it t 7' N I X' J 1 ' " " t A 1 'S- D Q ' ' 4 Dr r li si-x"l'i,x.-. D 'mf t- 'Vlr 1 ' mg, ji Q-tl fs' A' Dr. Compton Crook Mr. laul Desautels r. Wilfred Hathaway . Samson McDowell, ,I LM' r. Lois D. Odell lNot Pictured? Edward L. Huhentlall 4. . Mr. Louis Cox iNot Pictured! rs .-,x :A R Q .. 'MA " IV' ROU Th area for cf mul tlu Mr. Mower dirvu mer the' pllum 'lIlNh'Q'I'N inquirin- I 1 -cam.. U4-L S K Q -u -u 1-1-1---. f -- -,-,', -...-r ,W-Y ,-- - ...V-V -.-- --- ' :T.:: 5553! f sr-al Dtflltllf "" ..--1 .-.... sm., zo' , ' 'rr 5 BU! ! R.-- Tln- uffirvrf of tln- nn-n'- dormitory arv rwponfilvlv for tha- rnmlurl and mfll lning of llll' mvn lf2.llllllll'. ,aid .NNW ss lm lix e un BOUTI uf' 4... me---' f-K pw- ' X xi Th. XXunu-n'f Re-fi4lvnt tfuunvil ia rumpn-4-ml uf nina' -tuilenh 4-I4-vtvd Ivy lln- rv-i4l1-nl nnnufn. The vounril Illilillldill' high flnmlards in group lis ing. 1. M l , , me ns Pl N Nl OCCER Townson's versatile goalie, Reeve Livingston making a save that aided another Knight victory. The home team made a splendid show- ' " ing inthe 1955 season against some of the top soccer teams of the nation. I 6- Jax. 441' 3 CROSS CGUNTRY The Knights' cross-country team had only one veteran, Ken Wray, to return for the '55 season, The Thinclads wound up the season with two wins and two losses. Towson triumphed over Mt. St. Mary's and Gallaudet, but lost to Waslliilgton College and Bainbridge Navy. Ken Wray had a very outstanding season as he was the second person in the history of the college to win three medals. Keith Wlilson, who graduated in February, 1955, is the only other person to achieve this record. N ,UPN .Ui X x-' ' "' .J.." .'fT1'.- A 'fl' LS- " . - Q rp V Av.. f -1 ,, . , L . . ,.- I -.,.,, ',,,--" -"bu," . -.-- A-.-'dv' " L. ' V 5 f. ' b.' ' 'Xn ... A ', -1 ' ' ,. 'f-'rf "'-P-'Y' f"'ll'v-. '- bb' -- ' "v-zfzl:-f' ,I-3-fi-: ' f.'qQu-.,,.1f', g 'T' fl aries:-wrt: . BLA' .9-, - - 5. , 'KA A I . z . 'I V.. rs- T:-is liz. 1:41 xii, , Ag' b- 14-,a. ,- 1- HA .l I , , ' A ' ,344 '- ' . f-6, . , 1 P V ,,,s1g,,,-,,..., ,. A, ew- .v .Ma t , I ' .ak ','. ,W I D I , i: 1 A - l- ,. . 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M gt? ,Q f 19 . .yy -X, J 5 9 k " 3 '1 X 0 9 I I Q r , , 15' if f fb 394 u k fr- Q1 f L. --J we-"' 4 5535 J Uri:-ntation into dormitory life im-lumix-5 the traditional Spook Night avtix ities. N nz., if MZ.- N 1 on EFUUK NFGHT IT. p fl ft A 7' 4 Al wk QW, I I 'ff' J V85 4:4 J'-A ,, 1:54, of '5 5 'T fy -,-,H ,',,r:,-f ,. - , ...Af .,, .'. . 1 , P - vu. I , ffl V 1 'l . CLASS OF 9 'X gk- ' ' 4 .g 5gE,s'.'ff S .L 6. , , A "ATA N215 1 Azxwf' , -,- pw ,, , , -- , Q. 'fQl'jg'Uf gg l 4: 4. 1 .Xi . ' lv A 5.1 3-ff, -v L+. . V' lg: Q.-Lk?-,5l . -Q 7 Q 'ffm 1 -1--ffi. v ' -V I :ALJ 57414, EN-' ' ,, .,, - .Ill A ,QT A 1- fv wx E ' . 'ful 5-V, Q ., J , sv-. -A ' . . - ,' " .- X -F-K -3--' A . -- ,Liu r- 1 if ' 4--rr . vi ', ffq , 5 .' , 2, ,,V, . V 5 , , . . 4' I- vl .1 7 1 I ,A I , ' 13 f .. N S r ' , . w 4- 4 :an ! xx Xl ,van 1815- ll!liC iilki In-an-wil :wi -,ummm gg iffi-lil. u --..wllml Hnsslusua an xvlmoilr nhwuuuen .mmranmms ,A 1: ,maui '41-llliwtxfm TYR wud-, 1 '3f1W29"Qi1 W we . ,ans un m unusual: M. Q I , .. 4 ,, a ,fi ,f X f O ss xx ? I iii ifzilliffg nl '.f' -...,,, ,,,,,.---""' ,? "T T Ei 'iiiiww penal lf: 'A .-..... 5..--U - , -' ,'- ----- --1,12 11 , 1 1 ae ' a?"filf97'- 'ff t Y' Ne - tx' +'-,..f- ' y up J ,, f 1 , Q-li 'Q-..-f' ..7. iff 1 A During the Hrst semester. freshman class oflicers were eleeterl that the class have representation in the Student Government Association. The ollicers for the frosh inclncleflz Dudley Davis. presislentz Carey Bolster. vice-presitlentz ,lumly Lee, secretary: and Elizaheth Perkins, treasurer. Freshman activities startenl rolling with the "Get .'x1'4Illlllllt0ll-Q Mixer. At Homecoming in Noiemher. freshmen took first prize with their gigantic shoe float portraying the house in the nursery rhyme. "UH Wonian in a Shoe." The wheels of the circus wagon went 'round an' 'rounfl as the class assemhly was presented, Some of the acts inclufleil juggling. a man shot from a cannon anll a tight-rope walker. The finale of the class year was Sand and Sea. the Spring elance. Ei-Zi 4 ..':. g - ..gy5.',, . t 1 w Q . . l 1 ---12 -V s ' . , , : A , lr ' W A .': s rs E lk I 7 3 G x -Rei ' 5:52 ' 5-zeg. ' ---, .44 7? ii.-4 .--41-9 Lia 1 I -. 1- v f A. H Cv saw X 5 by N K xx, Y, gl sv 9' , WN np' -sea n-A , ,Q-:rl 'Ax- -RS Q.. 1 - ,P Wi-.1 vs I N Y N 3 K s Q , 1 i -. .J H T. Jw R s 4 f"w r' -r- " K If-,gm -3' s "'-KX N5 ..,,, x'ig' xx .J s , N -n....X I J.. I my Tv 1 Nw' , 7 y'w . A .- Q Qi ig aff M WINTER 'EQ' YULETIDE The Yuletide Season of 1954 opened with the Student Christian Association tree-trilning party in Richmond Hall Parlor. In the days following, gay Christmas decorations were spread from Newell foyer to sixth floor Richmond. There were Christmas parties galore: especially to he remembered was the Christmas dance, 5'Sleighbelle Serenade." given by the juniors. The night before the holidays there was a formal dinner in the dining room and later in the evening there was the wonderful tradition of the Orphan Party. Carolling in the cold A air, interspersed with "warming up" periods at Miss Yoda-r's home illld Glen Esk, ended the college's Christmas season. Townnolfa Yulrtinh- season hvgan with vvwperr in the Student Chapel. The campus reason was l'ltlll3Xt'd with the annual Christmas dinner. all 'Ni CHRI TMA "SleighlwIl SE'l't'l1HIit'u provided the Clirixtmaa we-ial iiiglllighlg it was lhP initial srmi-formal danve of the collvgc year. Dorm girl: parlu-lpalwl in the annual orphan? party. 1 ff 6' fs ,ry SH DIQNN Cl IIKISIXIXN XSSOCfl-X'l'lON HQ ' 27, 5, , ' A f I 1, . hi 3, Y Q5 xg C.XNTERBURY CLUB Y P' INTERVARSITX 1 rvx ,3. 2 r--" x :lu .n .1 In-'lnlr-'r ul lln-- ll.lllllIlllfI 'xr-.1 -nl lullnlmn 'lmlf-nb x"lll'l.lllIlll Nmxlx 4DTJ.IllIl"Il ilu- x-.nr. lln- 'lun-ln.m NQIFIIII' 'llJ.IIlll.lllHll, mln- ln IlI4'4'l- xwrklx. 5-rw ll"' Il' xlfll- .u lunar i--r nl- lmmlvrr- ln mv-I I , ll r In lurllu r f1ll,llUlI- IlIl4ll'f'l.Illlllll,Q lil-Ql.l1LIHl f HH1L.XNlZlX'l'lHN' l l X Ifll Nlmlfnl- X--U-'1.nlm1n 1- .1 nf-ulx -fr,,.mu1"l -'flnlllv .l- all llll' Xulr, lllrk ll.n.- lH'lI .ullxv Ill ulluml, r- lngmu- .nn-l -mmnl lun: lwn- -fn III u ll. In-u1-ln-lml-nl- ll-IXI'-lIllll"lf4'll.lv'llX1ll Ill 1, lunrlwn null' ull:--r Tl'll,jlllll urggmu. llnlw-pf-:ul--lullx .HQXX IFH ill IHQYIF -iff' .Q . ' l ,I U E '-'SJ' aj s .ri NIQXX NI XX ll,l H llw' X-ulumln l lulv ns 1- mln--'-l .-1 1 'Ill'-ln -lu-l'lnl- ,nll1ll,1-lnllx 'Ill' IIIIVII' XIJIIX .e-7H1l1'- re- ln --fnquu-I1--I1 Null: Ill: XJI1--111l"r Ill llllll --l X-uln.nnl lull- L Ill IW'- Nll lllx-lx ww I-lll..A1..1.-1.1-In-lsrm-Il,.-lI.1.l.41-ll .Hull-1Hl.ll I F1 lb 11, N.-. 1 1 . .f,n-n- . .,. an ., mi. , M.: .-un 1 r .-x "W ' 5 lk! .I , E CHlElCLUB URCHE THA 2 I , V 1 ,QAMJJ4 lawn.:- I 'pffgg , ,v.,'. ' X 41 M A w mix f d - A 1.111 ii .J 1 ll 'Q GLEN PLAYERS ALPHA PSI OMEGA Ziff F f" QW' vi i 'tv -K . -. 'L .Q l -g... A lf .-,Y GQ- WRE TLI C Towson's wrestle-rs. probably one of the best wrvstling te-ums in the schools history, had a very successful season this ye-ur. ln dual meets the Knights finished fourth. and in thf- M-D 'llOllI'IlLlIlli'lll they finished third, losing second place by only two points. lion lluglws won the 123 pound class in the Tourna- ment and Denny Psorzxs captured the Heavyweight division. Two men won second place honors, Bob Welmster. 157 lbs.. and Bill Owings. 130 lbs. Dick Clem finished third in the 177 lbs. division. . -,,:r3.' ' 'W ii 1 45 1,4 ww ' A 1 . -Nl :" " ,, ,- . .. Mx' .....-. ,. -.. 1 W.. s- 1- -,f- , . 'is . . "" -kill r -rgw' wp Ox f cd i 5.11: ,ff '-M , inns. Q,-4 fam, L Y 5 31. H L- wVWxt:,:. x V ' I if ' X X , .Mi 1. Townsun wr:-filers plawd third in fhe Maron-Dixon tournament. A o ' L ,'. U. 1 , NX , N I I N v . ra 123 pound rhampion lhT puuml vhumpiun Don Hughes -1 llrnny Pfurax -x qv H r '. x -Q ..-.., A' , . rl 1-E. ' , 6 'A 41 Snappcd in practice' is Torn lVls'.-Xuliffe, one of the rookies who romlrimdd with thc seasoned talent of the hardwood vote-rans to push the lxnight cagers into the Mason-Dixon conference playoffs. BA KETBALL One of Towsonis most successful hasketball teams in the past several years got off to a rather slow start this season, but hy January and February they hegan to show their strength, and completed the season among the stronger teams of the Mason-Dixon Conference. With the very ahle assistance of such men as Reece Livingston, Andy Slllllllly, and Ted Venetoulis, this yeur's team was the second in the history of the College to make the end-of-the-season playoffs. Reece Livingston was high scorerg Andy Smutny also turned in a fine performance as a consistent, hustling forward. Ted Venetoulis, the team's leading play maker, displayed his talent in back-court to its best advantage. Bill Maczis, one of the smallest ren- ers in the M-ll conference, was a leading relvounder and one of tht- top scoring men on the- team. E Q 41 P gi, 'V 1 , ,,- J,-4" al , . Q 1 -0 Vu ' 5 A W "ws 35. ll,- Ya J ,I 6,6-Q8 ff ,-'f .av , '1 ,L,,fg,,,,- 52 , 12 I 1 ' - A- Q ll L. . ' A 114 fi' 7 s. x 1 I Wim, Na. ll ., v PW' lt's an anxious moment at Swm-la-igli Bom ling Center as the hall rolls down the WI TER ELECTIVE x a v? r v JN X . The W'omen's Athletic Association offers a variety of winter sports for interested girls. Campus-located activities such as badminton and basketball attract many, while bowling, in a conveniently located establishment. provides pleasant recreation for others, Girls chosen from the basketball electives become members of the women's basketball team and repre- sent the .school in inter-collegiate games. ln a fine showing for Towson this year. the team was un- defeated, winning all seven of their games. ln connection with the badminton elective, the W'.A.A, sponsors mixed-badminton tournaments periodically. enabling the boys to compete with the fairer sex, This year, as in previous years, the women's bowl- ing averages have been exceedingly high in national competition. 6.91 I, ,. QM x Q I. 3,,,3fi,' , HMA V.. lr ,, ., M in A Allies Tln- Xluinie-ill Xthla-lic .X--on-iatimi Board Ili-1'll'Nt'a lllf' ilifl-l , lmslwtlvall tram at a dinner ina-1-ting. if 1 l.1 F Sw 2 44 X- "iff J l X 4 . Q i . , ' U - i Q 3' , J .., .Yr in Q 1 . -N , ,- 2 . . , .fx ,if-, , t Q. i gi .Q gl , U . , g -S X fT,Ai ,IAQTT Ay "TT Y, 11 we f , ' -4 ty X y " N ls.f Qi -L .fllL ... L, -.L--L TT,fx-FW 1 tfxifxl Alf ' 1 1f'1y " w -1 by 5 w , -s L -4 Q LJ--1.-Jk.,ls.f XJ,-' -.. Dormitory women have the opportunity to become gracious hostesses through their work in service for the main functions of the college such as the Presidentla dinner, Alumni Dily and The Student Christian Association a Cappella Choir is under the direction of Hazel McDonald. The choir is a service organization which sings at vespers, college assemblies and off-campus COllCCl'tS. Homecoming Day. 5 fx ,Y 'lN,- ,lik .JXI 9 I w ex. A- " Z ,fl I . " .. . .lglbgy , ,, I bw . i J ffl - . ' 5 'n 5 ' sf " 1 -f f 2- - - - - X EY" x ' 1 r'-1 i gt -3" JN? - ' 'Q e .. Tr f 'R off ,r - fu My o A e iff it it Q .,g ..,, ,X,,- .... -.-...X-, gil , ..., - A l if I K -- 'H' Uslu-ring und gixing out programs ure the mujor dlllivs of the Nlurshuls. Sonic- of their other duties include fine drills. Nluy lluy. Buc- culuureute. lloinniencelnenl. jspeciul program- und the gre-1,-ting ol'w1Q,llvg,N:fvi?4ilors, A siitislln-tory scholastic' record ir Qi lU'lgCUlllFllt,' for in1-inlu-r- ship. 5 Qt, i lla-Quling the group as ipreside-nl for the yn-.nr 1934-33 is l:l'illll'l'h filirulilixlunlisu ,Xxon is Xiu-- prt,-sidvnl: B4-tly'l,e'c Noida-. s1'1'l'1'l.lry: lfvlm Gleismfr. trvusurn-r: und l'ut Phillip-. Ftudcnl li0Nt'I'lllllL'lll ,-Xssm-iuliml re-pre-sw-nl.1tiu-. 45 P BLIC T10 Editors of The Publication review the 1954 Winter Edition. STUDE T CE TRE DIRECTURY Buainess concerning the Student Centre is taken rare of by the Student Centre Dirertory. This group is com- pmed of hoth students and faculty. Betty Hartley, President of the Student Centre Direr- tory. 1 x 5 ,J 1 TO ER LIGHT Members of the Tower Light Staff pause for a moment during a staff meeting. V .f, - v f I RA. T If X 'f 8:43 'Q FT l The M.A. Newell Chapter of Future Teachers of America has increased in enrollment and activities this year, The monthly meetings have a two-fold pur- pose: first, a business meeting and second, a program concerning the teaching profession. Programs this year have included talks from I- sl . . . is . 1 5 , - members of the profession and panel discussions. Lg: ,of ,L X Hg Mary Grace Ceilings, Presi- dent ol' Future Teachers. -f...-.'w . t.,, X ,,.., The International Relations Club has partici- pated in a number of various activities this year. The l.R.C. sponsored a World University Student Night in which money was raised for W.U.S. In April five delegates from the club Represented Towson in the Model General Assembly held at the University of Pennsylvania. 4 ' V ll: N LK U .gtix .X - Nancy Brown, President of i the International Relations 54 Club. ' T' Q X ef s fl ,.., ,, ., -M ,,, ,, WW, and es? iswzfgrsf. T XL l . A P1 Q GA MA THET EP ILO The Gamma Theta Epsilon provides various activities and extensive study in geography. Sonn- of tho undertakings include special projects, field trips, and community work. Kappa Delta Pi is a national honor society in education, Some of the main functions ol' the local Epsilon Alpha Charter are the sponsoring of famous educators 'and frequent punt-l .lis- cussious. KAPP . Q ' DELT .... - rs----.., 315 I C .5 l'utli l.u-vu. l'I"'1 l lxuppa lh-lla l't, 'mf T we ,lunmr Hiillglll, ln-a-urn fr. C. O 0 - -.. KQV! N G If-R. 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U' PRI G II L' , In the spring, a student's fancy turns to thoughts of nwhen 3 I did he say that project is due?" or "Why didn't I attend that lecture ?',: or, "These windows must he cleaned!" . 1 ' ' I But all is not work for the Towsonite-The call of a verdant campus is too strong, and a warm sun guards its wor- shippers as they browse on a stretch of lawn. Time out too, for a relaxing stroll through the Howering Glen. 1 Or better yet, a chat and a smoke down in Friendship Garden. "HJ ' - A Y' 3,0 ,2 .i. - ' ve- : I 9 7: 'B A ' " ' M ' f ' f' - ' ix: P Q vs I I ', ,Q , ssl, ' s lc Q-157, 1 v- f. A . . .N-vi L - n F X A l f . l , 'pf ,. left:-p V, . ,?.,,'pv5f,- L .N p 0, N KE ,. ' ' -T' 4. -2 L ' J ' M Q. -A e - I . 0 6 SN - 'JL f . 4-. 1 - ' 4. '- L-M ' '- -' fi Q - Y lbdkv . - 5 1.4 .Q A, xg- I. ,A 'Sgt- fl -I P I F1 H I Q , .5 ' X f . . "' , TM Q -fp' . ' , .. "" -Y Y V v ,- ., . , , ' . 'QM gg ' -i I ' . 'Q .' s .' 5 . ., Q, .xc . 5. . ,u U. fy u he "Tj 4 . ' X N, . . 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Yu-rmunt Tearlwr- lim .. Loyola ......... lf! li ., Salisbury Tn-arln-rs T lfl ., Ut. FI, Nlarf- ... 3 Il .. johns Hopkins .. -1 Ili .. Xlue-riran li. . 0 Jn .. llaltimora- li. - away 1- 2" ,, llalholiv l.-away l Nlay 1 .. XX a-hingtun l,ulle-ge--away ll fn ,. Wit. Ft. Nlarfs away lf ll .. lillllllllilft' li. l.5 ., l.ym'hlrurg .. l 1 .. lh'i1lgu-wah-r ,... IH .. Xmrrivau l . - away l'n ll mul play.-ll Nluy 1 V'M,,f,s3y Ni, -s in-nl Coach Earl Killian began the season with several players from the '34 season and hopes for big things from them to offset the loss of last year's star, Bill Binder, Among the re- turnces from last year who turned in fine performances this year were Dave Gamse, Ted Yenetoulis, Reece Livingston, and Frank Tondrick. Bill Maczis, who returned from army service this year, also turned in a top performance by leading the team in hitting and by being the top pitcher on the Knight nine. Stan Smith. George Callendar, Perry Conley, Dick Hyson., and Harry Moore. who were veterans of last year's nine, saw action again this year. Two of the promising newcomers to the team were Andy Smutny and Phil Kennedy. The team had a rather successful season after losing the first two games, one of which was not il conference fray. The pitching, hitting and fielding performances of the team were of a creditable caliber, but were not always combined to produce a top level club. A v Nj. . zvgx-.QQ-. X:iI2sL3f"5 -fv- .FAIL -,- 1 RIG' 535-ztaii' ,.l JT'?fGi: H I . 1 lludl' Nui' Righlfichler :coops up a Squad IIICIIIIH-'I' gi-lb in BUIIIQ fluldvn Knight pitchsr Blanch Bullvr walk- lmsdral hmm gruundi-r. hailing praclivv. on thc' mound preparing: for plalc u windup. Tow-mfs 1955 lm-1-lsull aquuel shown with their vuuvll, T 1' Earl Killian, on the home diamond. , Xt- t T sr ' W M -' an .. , 1 , - X F PJ N N s' K Qfsfgliilr ZJUK 9- GLX fqaxggjwq X H77 Pj A W Q: 1 . 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I I, , -A T 1 . ! i ILA, E B " - fl A - The Klligllt Thinclads had a very good season this About 16 men turned out for the tennis team this year. losing only one dual meet to Washington College. year. Dr, John fllcCleary, tennis coach, was very Ilommendahle performances were turned in by John pleased at the turnout and of the record of this yearis Heck who won three events in several meets: by Max team. 01,6 gf the brightest spots of the season's Mueller who set a new Towson Pole Vault record matches was the defeat of Catholic U. for the first of 11 feet. l inch: and by Ken Wray who has been a time in the history of tennis at Towson. Dave De- top performer for several years at Towson. Crafft. a veteran of last year's team, was a top per- former again this year and teamed with Mike Kennedy in doubles. lost only one match to Loyola. X f-X --.., .. ... J 1 X ff Ed Siatek and Tom 5lf':xllllH9. two of the Flllllt'l'lll8l'I. are about to take another firrt- TRACK Bernie Silln-rt, thr -ho! rhamp of the Towson travk tram. lm-If the :hut Hy for another rvrurtl throw. .lolln I'.ll"IlllI'l2 makr- another rll-an jump to rapture a plan- in Ihr pole xault. 5?-1 'Q' f'J2,g,5 4 -,Ina J-J , nf' 47 4- L" ' -'T'-' 'is f r ipaq f '31-A - sg' W ffm .V .. , .'g ' ' 1 ' ,. '-' .' " 1 K 'Hg ' F-f'-"'s.f ' wi F 1. .I I i nf-- " ', ' . I J f' U . 5. -4,-' Enkmfk 1 'H ' vz-r-.. F' -lil eq:-v V-u - J- ,V - -' :N-hh. 4' Q "ami . -r.. fl . ,'1 . I 7 fs 1 N' .ff eevond rare for Towaon a- they go over the .. final hurdle. Al Bryant and Bob Hanson fhow the fine :portfmanfhip of the tennif team af they ahake hanll: to aymllolize a well-played vontert. -s... M4 4 5 I " '-ua 5 sk fab ' One of Uortur Nlr'lflvary'- net pvrfurnlrrr. Dull- lcy llaxi-. is -huun lwfurr a winning llliilfll. 'U' l 1' -raffl gvl- in 3 fa-u lr' 'Aw' -trullrf, 7' . 1.1 .rv 4 X . llx. ' 1 K , , s. ,,, 471 4 4 , "L+ , ""+ -X 'r iw -Hn' I f L O M l tl 60 . gn. Mfg , -..ft -as 9 N A Q -x ' X .K maid. ,vii t.:--wf. K' " , . fa-sg, I , -,sw . 'H' -' .. ' ' MM .1 - - w -gf 4.g.ww?'...,.g!'4t,n'5l5s- fvfggg .- A A .- Q., t-..5k:M',5.-Ev, I I :LJ li , li xvlkr A Fifa? Kiwi' , Q, yn- I ,h .- ayers x' it 5 server - K In . ,iris-N Q- H' ,,..tu,. X , Q, V f Ngf up-aiiw' 7 gt , K V ,,-. - " ,4f..,g',gY-QQ. recovers the ball. .y . 'A' 5... f .e n . X. , - f. .- ,, . 'Q-, av-"4 ' "' -' " , 1 - 1 . ' ' -f . .. N t-...s,:w.s.e ,n. I . J 1, A. M-. ., is ,TH-Lu.. ni . fy' is F .'. nixgt'-f" 1-Y 15 ,na f ,sy ' '-,f '-x, Q ' . ffl?" fs Ai-:iii .." , .wig ',. . 4' -- , ' wi P - 1 . - .S .... K ..i . -'- rl' vlq f 'v-Q1 I' -9- Si, Spring is the time of the year which finds spring fever hitting the Towson campus. During this season the Women's Athletic Association continues 'its elective program to complete a year of elective sports. Some of these are competitive groups while others are mainly to develop individual skills. Volleyball is played outside and classes compete against each other. Archery is also offered and the "marlismen" sharpen their eyes and move farther away from the targets. To round out the electives., the perennial favorite, softball is offered. On those warm spring days you find the girls playing in front of Newell Hall and Glen Eslx. No campus would he complete without tennis enthusiasts. Towson has facilities to enahle all to enjoy this collegiate sport whether they he beginners or quite adept at the game. Arcllers take a stance with eyes on the target. Softball players get in Dl'Hf'ti4'e for tagging ha 4 l'l1llI'lC'I'S. it 'ev ' ,VIVA ,, , ,w 1 at 'L mn. f-as Fax ry, 1 'W 14+ '?',S.x-15.1. N gg.-11 -'-Hag x , 1xf,f'ff6..,,,Q, 'Ski ... ,,1.. M H "i'A.?'kN-r ' " ls' A . ' -4 1, - .YH I TRA-MURAL ,l0llll xXvl'll0I' was the lllilllil,Lft'I' illlil leading l1ilt1-r of the l'llllllllDi0Il Boolxieis ol' the liollegnfs 1955 llllfillllllflll Softball Leagguc. 'l'h1- Boolxick were llll- defeated in league play, The main opposition was furnished hy Boh 'l'11ylor's Swastika cluh and Tay- Illilllii Terrors. llomiiiissioner lid Saffel arranged and organized the loop with Coach Earl Killian as Fam-lllty Guide. Saflel also umpired the gaim-s. After the seasou was Completed an All Star Team was sf-lm-ml. The following lllCll were awarded ports 011 the mythical club: P-Buck Hdfllldll C-Tom Beck 1B - Ed Schweigerath 2B-D011 Hughes SS-Jack Gzirher 3B-Ray Fisher LF-Paul Baker CF-,Iohn Weller RF - jim Weidernlan sp. 1'3- ,,., in .l ,, .J ,pw-0131! Q . fa, , - . . aff ' ' 'X ' JA. 'sw , 61 9 , F1 ST DE T 1- ,- Q .-Q I f I Q' A hm-orgv Huhl Harp Jam' Parrott l'n--idvllt Yirf'-prwidm-Ill GO ERNMENT Put Xxllt'l'll'F mlm-umm-lrula-s tlw Noting nun-lum' use-al H1 pring 4'lt'l'liUIlN for tln' fir-I limr in tlw hi-tory of lln' lllvglk 1 The pre'-irlvlll 4-nmlurls an 9Xt'1'llliX'C' fer-ion vunm-rning the rn-xifion of the Student Um ernment Conftitulion. IU ,l ls Y ' . 'gig' P , .Q- ?ff , R' . ' 4565 Q , . .'1:" f 1 H9777 'D 33.1-.s.s.wc-xs1-bb!-J-G-6-PJ- s. r-1..- x -- 4' 'GW' O' was ,': Wx- V7 1 l i X ft Ax Pegge Whiteleather Secretary F ,, iii , 1 V 9. Q t., 032, -if N x 4-K Marlene Barrell Betty Goodman Parliamentarian Soeial Chairman 0' 11" P- Towsoxfs Student Government is the largest organizat- tion in the school. Every student belongs to this group and is spoken for through his class representatives to the Student Council. The Student Government Associ- ation is composed of an Executive Council with ten members and Ll Student Council. Among the activities the Student Government sponsors ure: All College Day, Sweethearts Dance, and special speakers. This year for ilu- first time, voting machines were used in the student elections. Due to this fact, nearly sixty-five per cent of the student body cast their votes. Culminating the campaigning and voting. instul- lation of new ollicers was conducted hy the outgoing president. during at Tuesday afternoon ussemhlv hour. .gi fn-. ' Rem-wt-al interest was shown in the Stud--nt Government .Ks-oeiulion this year when three eumlielzttrs run for the prr-i1lem'y und three for tht- second position. .X xiw- presid:-ntiul vumlidute dt-lin-rs his campaign spa-evli to the student hotly. . ,I ' .- . sf-me 5-if-YfT' Mets?- wrt. nl., 9 xx' f ,V qyfw 'HES 'si .4 T7 .Fifi xx T ' ss, 'H V," t us.. if ' rf' X ' ...JL- Towson students once again had the tiring but pleasur- able trip down the Bay when they journeyed to Toi chester on All-College Day. Pictured are students await ing the "Anchor Heaven to begin the long awaited trip. CULLEGE DAY 1111 IW in Ili, -C: L, J, :lffau:1 n ,- ' II J v ,FY-3 , t - fi, r 2. Vai? A ' t x Y r': ' Q- :, ' Y, A ' . an--H' ' r.: V I V, ws- I -4 R N ' A M3 is ' A f ,r -4 i 4 , 3 ' B r ff: .- 'auf' A ., is - 'Ill R U..-'.f'73 -K5 ?. f - ' . H'-1-.' 'l, 1, f -, ' - W, 'Q :PA k . -N--.44-' - W ":3'P'f" ' T- s Q ,.- 's....s.f' -'F' . M A , ,.fW N iq i Aliiifs' "-'5 fx , " 'l"?'4'-FL 'X .Ionian umm :Mfg qrnlfb fp l a 1 We -v , ,. ,N If . I , A nu Nw, I v-. .' ,Q 'LL rv fl -T 1 W lZ!."fgl2:.':I I gb-Lg ifdlgv' ,fl ?o - ' fi 't r ,aff -1: zwflc K : new-S-X .M Q 4 f f .-ff : ,, ' l t V ' f ' i Au- " .j I ' - M" - 4"'f?wgg . 1 54: 'if A i Pls!! 1 - g' l " if ,W 8 .113 ' s- - , 17, g v 'Qs g-Q - t A t 'H i 'J o XX 1 I I 1 l l El 4' .df Q Q Q ' - , I Fl! 1 7' "'::E'E5 . ' 'J 1 f I Y '- W w ,Y 7 is X 4 ' .e - t -i J, - 5, ii H' M... A A M 0 L 5 .:Y':, .0 gs-1 - 4 p x I t N .4 fi ' ' , 1' 'I L .Y -' f' , es.- -ca.-1 ' nd aim, U 4- A '- A - Q.. U 5. ! Y ' A i Eacli year the college sttnlcnts. faculty, staff. anfl fricnfls talxc a timc from tllc Illilllf' rcsponsiliilitics to join in a tlay of fun together. All-llollcgv Day was orivinatcd bv the All-Collwfe Council scvcral scars a-'0. I' . Y' . P' Only scniors rcincnilwrccl thc boat trip. as the cxcursion liafl not ln-cn takcn for tlircc vcars. All aglrccsl aftcr tlic trip. it slvserves a repeat pcrforinancc ncxt ycar, 1 3 AX: 63 I i My 0 Q 0 obo 1 Pat Robbins 0 5,0 0 Q Q37 458' me A NJ' 4 ' 7 1 xf pill l10l'I'igLlll Irene Paul .Nj X 1y,f I lhonc Marclnone Sherry Mangold 2355 'c"'v' Jackie Nolan wC"' Rita Perkins 'M A. 42 fi A-Q Dawn Wittstaull Patti Losco N249 L. , J ,'v v iflfivj Mona Lou Evans l 6 A Exif? f s'7'4 ' ' K - 5 . ,, , .A, 24 T -5,3 xx THE MAY QUEEN -S-44f Q 21357 ,A .tid 2' 61.4 E E 0-'S Q "'c"'1'?- E' 3' 0 , . ev o Sf' ' t I - -4 AND HER COURT 'JB' ia.. 'S' , 5 . M3 gy' E 1 tkvyjf .A 1: -'Q 'IU' 'sf ,ig Donna Hllwlmrt Quvvn ,.',' J ,J My MAME, 6 L MN lv, d J a!-1.':. 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' qu 5 9 ' M. 1- ' . , - Q fC'f5?'V 'ML C A wk. in i in I I 'f- r,- 9 E V I. 44 t. H. ' 'YY - W "" ' iv ' -v - - .W ,Q--Vw-:,I., .4 - . Y I '- If . . I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ' I I I I ' e Ii I I I I 4 I 'c 'J I '. I .QI I s.. ..1 . I- IOR C JAMES A. ADDY ILS. JUNIOR HIGH Ghllllln . . . "Prexy" and "V.P."-two hard jobs very well done . . . Republican stalwart - future governor of Maryland . . . student of the social sciences . . . tall, good-looking and QUITE eligible . . , Oh, what fun he had in the S.G.A. office! Student Government Association President 3: Senior Class Vice-President 4g All College Council 3. ELVERA MAE ANDERSON B,S, ELENIENTARY "Elvera" . . . friendly with the N88 Keysv . . . ,, A always laughing . . . one of the Whig four" , . . Q, also a knitting fan . . . gets studying sprees . . . 1 from salesgirl to substitute to full fledged teacher . . . will perfect letter writing tech- V ---e" niques in the next two years. LOIS GASSMAN ANSKE B.S. ELEMENTARY' Tall brownette . . , bride of a year . . . fond of ' Sb 4 V 91, music . . . Does anyone have food. . . . good sense of humor. ' ' Future Teachers of America 2, President 3: ,N Clee Club. ILS, I-II.EfVlENTAltY Petite with soft hrnwn eyes , . , has an flair with a brush . . , ardent hridge enthusiast . . . "'l.et's face it!" I E S 1 Kappa Delta Pi fi. First l'i4'4'-l'rf-xirlelil -1: xx C Future 'feacliers of .4l7H'l'll'lII IIIJFIH Sm-ial ffuru- . mittee 3: Howling. Softball. .4TI'lll'l'-Y and lfml- Q minion ,'Jl1'l'lfl'!'SI lfrirlge Club 3. TOWS N STATE ,N LOUISA EVANGELISTI AXON B.S. 5 neat as a pin , . . sympathetic and sweet . . . "I don't knowf, ELEMENTARY "Lou" . . . perpetual procrastinator . . . lives for her weekends . . , married to ,lack . . . SCA Class Representatiue 44 WAA 2,3,4-Man- ager of Badminton 3, Spring Sports 4 and Spring Archeryg Marshals 2,3,4--Assistant Chief Marsllal 43 Sport Electives 1,2,3,4: Assembly Program Committeeg Class Activities 1,2,3,4. f ' 'Et 1, 'AK wwf' ve' I PATRICIA M. BECK 13.5. ELEMENTARY "Patil . . . one of the gals who made it in three yearsscould be that diamond on her left hand was the reason . . . spent many weekends in Hagerstown . . . has an eye for the "Rod" measure . . . athletics are right up her alley . . . friend to all and loads of fun, Freshman Advisory Council 3,4g Lutheran Stu- dents Association Secretaryg WAA Vice-Presi- dent and Recording Secretary: Student Chris- EVELYN C. BECHTEL B.S. KINDERCARTEN-PRIMARY "EW, . . . the mother of four lchicksl . . . dreams on trolleys . . . likes to beat drums, preferably tom-toms . . . Evelyn and her magic uke plus a delightful soprano. Student Christian Association Choir 3,43 Bowl- 'ng 1,2,3,4. X 1:1 C' ' ...K tian Association Publicity Committee, DORIS M. BENNER B,S. ELEMENTARY "Doris" . . . wants academic credits for com- muting hours . . . allergic to eight o'clock classes . . . mother to nine chicks . . . interested in music and dancing . . . 'Lthe cluhli . . . lives for weekends and summer . . . partial to the Navy . . . always ready for a good time . . . great friend. Glee Club l,IZ,3,4g International Relations Clubg Future Teachers of America. TE CHER COLLE E LOIS WILLIG BESTE 8.5. KlNDERGARTEN'PRllW1ARX' "5 "Willie" . , . pretty to look at and pretty nice to talk with . . . cares for Charlie THE boy . . . has a knack with small children and talking dogs . . . plays a magnificent piano, W'omen's A thlelic Association. CONSTANCE E. BOONE B.S. JUNIOR HIGH "Connie" . . . that infectious smile , . . has an 3: 1 ever ready helping hand . . . FAC Pres. . , . nf "Oh, that Freshman Week: will it ever come?" X -- . . . Prediction: an excellent English teacher i5.t""' at Frederick High. SCA lllember-at-Large 4: Freshman Advisory Council 3, President 4: Lutheran Student Asso- ciation 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3g Class Activities 1,2,3,4g Student-Faculty Committee 2g SCA 13 Sports Electives 1,2,3,4. I BARBARA G. BOWYLES B.S. ELEIIENTARX' f "Barb" , . , serious and sophisticated, but "5 spirited with a wit as dry as snuff . . , some sp. P noise, mostly poise . . . takes obstacles in her . cs, stride . . . usually first wherever she goes . . . does wonders with a needle . , . says what she thinks . . . interested in doing things differently . . . neatness personified . . . a mania for efficiency. Kappa Delta Pi 3,44 Future Teachers of America. MARJORIE T. CANINO KIIVDERCARTEN-PRUWARY "Marge" . . . popular vocalist . . . carefree walk 75, . . . amicable . . , loves a good joke . . . "Xin you Bug Eyes! . . . "Oh! My professional file!" N " . . . wants to teach the little ones . . . looking EP for a silver lining that doesn't tarnish. f Clee Club 1: Senior Class Dance Committees: Class Assemblies l,2,3.-1-. SENIOR CAROLE K. CAREY ILS. KlNDERCARTEN'PRlMAR1' Kappa Delta Pi 3.4: Gamma Theta Upsilon 3,4-Q International Relations Club. BARBARA A. CHAPPLE B.S. ELEMENTARY "Barb" . . , a touch of seriousness, a spark of wit, a bit of nonsense . . . "Oh, to get these shoes off!" . . . a bridge partners nightmare . . . twinkle in her eyes . . . Crabtown memories . . . raven tresses with one gray hair . . . gay chatter , . . will suffer for a suntan. Freshman Advisory Council 4: Future Teachers of America 2: Newman Club 3,4: Class Repre- sentative to SCA 4. x s, 'WN :L ' .1 IEANNE M. COOLEY B.S. ELEMENTARY "Cools,' . . . hard worker who accomplishes all tasks quickly . . . always has a "nice weekend" . . . eyes shine when Creenieb is mentioned . . . loves to arise at 6 AM. to play tennis . , . adapts easily to any situation . . . has a keen sense of humor and a sixth sense of fun . . . most generous with an understanding heart as well as with personal possessions. Student Government Association Treasurer 43 FAC 3,41 Future Teachers of America 25 Canter- bury Club 4. HELEN PATRICIA CORRIGAN L B.S. JUNIOR HIGH ga: Q., "Pat" . . , capable "prexy" . . . spirited cheer- leader . . . hosts of friends . . . willing worker E7 4 . . , monopolizes conversation . . . sport stand- out . , . bit 0' the green. Newman Club 2, Vice-President 3, President 4 Cheerleaders 3,43 SCA Representative 4 Wom en's Athletic Association Basketball Manager 3 Award Recorder 43 Glen Players 2 Elec tives 2,3,4. SENIOR . CAROL A. CUMMINS 1 4 B.s. KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY 5'Candy" . . . She's wild about Harvey, this gal f' 'lf' called Candy . . . writes poetry that's really qu dandy . . , Sometimes we feel that her tastes I fu are remote, for on chocolate taffy and rasp- berry ice cream she does dote. Kappa Delta Pi 4. FAYE BLANTON CURTIS B.S. ELEMENTARY 9 "Faye" . . , the butterfly who settled down in her senior year . . . became obsessed with dentistry and those in the profession . . . "My soul, ya can't win for losing!" . . , always seen with June and Lucy . . . "Let's rest awhile: k' Ilm so-o-oo tired! What a weekend!" X Tower Light lg Student Christian Associa- tion l,2. JEAN CARTER CYPHERS 3" B.S. JUNIOR HIGH "Jeanie" . . . conscientious student . . . always neat . . . seemingly shy but fun to talk with when you know her . , . holds speed record for knitting argyles . . . one of the "big four" . . . "Is it really true?" . . . can't keep her shoes on . . . likes those quiet naps in the lounge . . . transferred from Westliampton College, Va. THEODORE L. DANISH B.S. JUNIOR HIGH "Ted" . . . a veep with a "Bea" complex . . . K extremely allable as a goof-off or scholar- . g' 'f otherwise known as the "brief case kid" . . . 5 graduate tcum laude! from the Traffic Safety School. Student Government Assocllztlkm Vice-President 3: Clee Club l,2,3: Freshman Advisory Coun- cil 2,33 Student Centre Directory Vice-President 3.1 Leadership Manual Committee 3: Assembly Committee 4. ll1'n's Rvxirlvril f.'lllllll'tl SU.-l lf1'lJl'f'Sf'Ilffllll'l' 3. li:-1'-I'rv.wir14'lil 4: illvrfs Jllilvtir' ,Jssm-ialion SCJ R1'pr4'.w'l1lr1li1'a' -1: .-llplza Pi Umvga 2.3.41 Junior liursillx' H11sl.'f'Ilmll l: liarsily Sm-vvr il: junior larxili' Tennis l. liarsily 2.3.4. TO S NSTATE 3 MARGARET L. DAVIS "'f "' n.s. ELEMENTARY -, "Marge" . . . life of tlie party , . . lieurty W -' infectious laugh . . . "Cure for at little game?" . . . wonderful sense of humor . . , "Life is ai series of blows until tlie final one!" . . . usually in il good mood but YVill.Cll that temper, Cleo Club 1: Gamma Theta Epsilon 3,41 Fulurv Teachers of America: Student Christian Asso- ciation. MARGARET M. DE FALCO B.S. ELEMENTARY' .1 "Margie" . . . little girl with a bubbling per- ,N sonality . . , slim 'ii trim . . . apt at athletics X' . . . "Bridge anyone?" . , . has a winning way V . . . likes Ocean City and travel . . . life of X ,..-. tlie party. V Sports Elvrlirvs 12.3.-1: Future Teachers of Anwriea. DAVID A. DE GRAFFT S 5. ELEBIENTARY lfvrsle-Crofeu . . , one'of Uoeis reliullle net- I1 1 men when not fr:-quenting Muryluml Avenue - "'f , . distinguished by singing and piauio playing v V. JEAN LUNINI DUNNICLL ll.5. lil,ENI ENTARY "Jenni" . , "Can you servo for tlw dinner lUIll:1lll?u . , , illlI'ill'liNP brunette- witli lrruins . . . liu-s lor lliose weeltenlls uitli lluxitl . . always cool and collected. llnslanvx fflub 2. Prvsillvrzt 3: Kappa Ilvlla l'i 3. ' Swrrvlflrx' 4: Frvslrrnan ,4!IlAiNlll'VX' lililllllll 3: Girls' fflwrus l: Slnrlvnl l,',1l'lSIllllI .4.w.mf'ia- liult l.2.3..4. TEC HER COLLEGE J LAUREL DONOVAN B.S. JUNIOR HIGH '5 Seems quiet . . . "Huh?" . . , rants and raves . . . can always eat . . . witty with a dry sense 3 'rf- of humor . . . calmly intelligent. 7 Y Student Government Association lVIember-at- Large 4g Kappa Delta Pi 3,43 Alpha Psi Omega 3,4g Glen Players 2,3,4g Marshals 2,3,4g Tower Echoes 4: Sports Electives l,2,3.,4g Class Activ- ities 1,2,3,4. NORMA J. DUF1-'EY 'Si' e B.S. "Duff" . . . one third of the good humored . . . always ready with a smile If ELEM ENTARY "Belle Airesn . . . vs and a song . . . pretty eyes. ' Clee Club. is st., Y.. , CARL J. DUSTERHOFF B.S. ELEMENTAR1' an "Dusty" . . . camp counselor . . . addicted to 5 " in tennis, swimming. sailing, horseback riding, and .- " aquaplaning . . . virtuoso of piano and organ ss . . . mellow baritone of Clee Club . . . "Einstein z,,aP"'v' of STC7' . . . quiet personality, Conservative dresser, sensitive to the feelings of others. Clee Club 2,3,4: llIen's Chorus 1: Glen Players 4: Student Christian Association: Organ 2,3,4. DOROTHY H. EDWARDS B.S. JUNIOR HIGH "Dottie" , . . one of the gang . . . quiet and easy-going , . . ardent Shakespeare student . . . combines work with school successfully . . . interested in teaching history in Junior High . . . likes to write poetry and draw house plans. IONA MONA LOU EVANS IOR HERMINA K. ELTERMANN B.S. ELEMENTARY "Herkie" . . , at small neat package of vivacious humor with ai keen interest in the classical- may have helped Beethoven finish his "fifth" . . . pianisticully perfect . . , superlative in song. Glee Club l,2,3. YN' "f rus 1.3.43 lUen's Resident Council Treasurer 3: Bs, KINDERGARTEN-PR1MAm' "Mona" . , . eusygoing . . , likes to have fun . . . never at dull moment , . . good looks plus brains . . . oh, that mountain airl . . , seldom missed STC dances . . . remembered for giving her roonnnateis ice cream to visting ball player: . . . kiddies loved her during student teaching Student Government Association Member-ab Large 3: Womenis Resident Council l'ice-Presi- dent 3, President 4g FAC 3: Kappa Delta Pi 3.-ig Basketball Varsity 3.4: Bou-ling 2g Soccer 1. ,via-6. New 'C' ,xv-uw-Q. as 'V fl MALCOLM W. EWELL B-S- JUNIOR HIGH 'LlVlali' . . , brains plus brawn . . . combines math with history . . . can always be found conversing over a cup of coffee . . , has a special interest in the girls' dorm . . . engaged man since junior year . . . ardent Tschaikowsky fan . , . love those bucks and flannels . . . successful shoe salesman . . . "How many times did you make the Deanis list, Mal? Tower Echoes Business Manager 4: lUen's Cho- i -IJ., f'-X ' rw ' . Class Vice-President Council 2.3. CAROLYN FAY FARRELL ILS. ELEMENTARY "Fay,, . . . our tiny tot . . , an avid reader . . . future professor . . . L'Did I get any mail?" Kappa Della Pi 3,4-: Newman Club 1,2,3,4g Sports Electieesg Future Teachers of America: Student Christian Association. 1,3g Freshman Advisory 41545. vs IDR FAY FITZGERALD ILS. KINDERGARTEN-PRIINIARY "Fay" . . . a transfer stuflent from Merialith College . . . sparkling brown eyes aml a sweet personality that charms all who meet her , . . Blessed are the ehiltlren who are taught hy this gentle little lacly . . . happily marrieil she still finfls time to clevote to her other two interests -art and clramatics. V' Tig LAURA KATHERINE FOCIQLER B.S. ELEAIENTARY "Katie" . . . the girl everyhowly gets along with an . . . a reliable and willing worker at all times I ' . . . she just loveil those sixth graile lxiils . . , Ney- a staunch supporter of Hagerstown with Tow- SKIT son Teachers also high on her "Hooper" . . . XY a goocl learler aufl a goorl nfollowerf' Student Government Association i'lll'lllDl'l'-fll- Large 4: FAC 2: lf'omen's Resident Council Chairman 3: Lutheran, SflllIl'f'llSi Association President 3g Glee Club l: Alumni Activities Committee 2: Sports Electives l,2,3,4. CICELY KATZ FRANKLIN B,S, ELEMENTAIKY W "Kitty', . . , the typical Glen Player . . . an expert on make-up and bridge . . . the stage- .. 'I her pet, the dance-her love, the world-her ,, '75 husband. Q- N Glen Players I,2,3,4g Tower Light Circulation -K Managerg Class Day Social Chairman 2g Alpha 1 Psi Omega Vice-President 44 Marshalsg Class 1 Assembly Committee and Dance Committee. MARY L. FRANTZ B.S. ELEDIENTARX' "lVlary" . . . patience is a virtue: possess it if ,,, you can . . , lover of horses and dogs . . . frequently caught napping . . . better late than never . . . "Ye grads!" Student Government Association Representa- tive 3: Student Centre Directory Secretary: Kap- pa Delta Pi 3.4: Natural History Group I,2: Glen Players: Glen Committee. . K? -an ku? ..x TOS N STATE MARY GRACE 2 13.5. GETTINGS ELEMENTARY "Mary Grace" . . . dancing brown eyes , . . wi O queen of the kitchen , . 'wr' .s.l.f,,, W here s Lhar le. x,m. X . loves to talk . Student Christian Association 1.2.3. Treasurer 4: Future Teachers of America l.2, Secretary 3, President 4: Sports Electives. 1 'D . ti-ff LOUIS E. GOEDEKE n.s. Jl'NloR num L'Ed" . , . hCZllJl7iC deluxe" in spare time , , . "l'm Always flliusiug Rainbows" . . . STC cheer- leauler in his own right . . . known for his quite original motivation . . . Does right-hznul mam ECHO MAE LANTZ GLEISNER B.S. ELEIYIENTAKY "Echo" . . . "I'll Never Volk Alone" , . , murrieel Wvult in 1954 . . . enjoys housekeeping: . . . "Tlmt's about the size of it!" Student Coz-ernment Association Representalire 3: Freshman Advisory Council 4g tllarslials l.2,3.-1. Treasurer 3.4: Natural History Group l: Lutheran Students Association: Sports Electives. xg- 'I g.f nv, with the track team. Track Manager: Glen Players: Class Assemblies. JUNE B. GOLDEN 3.5. l-II.EMI-INTARY hfillllllu . . . 3'8" of tznlm-ut auul personality , . . always smiling . . . rt-mincls us of cam new-r rc-memlwr punch hues m jokes . . . X lIlt'0llllll1E1 stuth-nts fiml her competition for the 3 u song . . hook store . . . In-st known for her numerous Inu:-In hours . . , ki-eps the library her fines, l"u1ure 'I'f'aelu'rs of .4 mr-rica. going with X f TEA HER COLLEGE ROBERT B. HANSON B.S. "Bob" . . . full of cruzyness . . . interested in one at ll time . . . MAI at boy!" Ili RUTH GOLDSTEIN , B.s. ELEMENTARY C'- "Shorty" . . . returned to STC from sunny X California . . . tennis fan-maybe golf someday I xg . . . one of our married girls . . , one of STC's bridge champs. yu!! Tennis: Soccvrg Field Hoclfeyg Bridge Tourna- ment. JUNIOR HIGH eomlminf-s lllillll r and mirth . . . one of "Dot-'sw court roll:-rs. , Men's Athlvlir ,4ssor-inlion Tennis 2.14: Kappa lla-lla President 4. fi N 1 Q N. E Y Q. . v I I 1. 1,1 1.2.3, Prvsiflmil 4: Pi 3. Svrond Vice- X 'ia Y, sri? ew? ,Q N if .' - ' i- 3' 37 it 'fi 1, LEONA HARBER KINDERCARTEN-PIUNIARY plays second fiddle to u liorn . . . ILS. "l.ee.' . can LllYS'llyS ln- found in the Glen Players Room . . . loves little- kiddies . . , plains marriage in tlw near future and ll few of her own . . . lmndles finances for the Student Centre . . '-Y .. ' Honf, ,1 Sludf-nl ffvnlro Dirvrtorx' Tr:-nsurvr: .fllplm Psi XOIIIPQHI Clwn IJlf1AN'4'I'SI Cleo Club: lfulurc 'Tvnrlwrs of Arrzvrira Viva--Prr-siclvlzt. NANCY L. HARRISON ILS. lfl,ENII'iNTAliY "Yann" . . , "l donlt want to figllt lint -N . . . 4-llieient . . . Holm- llopl-.ins . , . hxXVlll'Tl'.S it ut?" ... tlle moral c-lm-Inf-nt. Clvn l'lm'1'rx 2.54.-1. f,.hHil'l7lllII of Prop lfommil- lm' and Slngv .l1Hl1l1y1'ff fllplm l'.xi l,I7H"Lffl 3.1: lfnrvlznls l.2.3: Sludvnl fvnlrv' llirvrlorx' fi: lfrlslfrlfmll 'I'l'flIII 2: .4s.wn1l11x' ffornlnillvf' fi: fffnsx .4a'lil'iIi4'w l.f.fl.'1: l',.ll'!'lill'.N l.1I.fi. S NIOR B.S. JOAN L. HOFFMAN B.S. KHVDERCARTEN-PRINIARY "Jo" . . , an cheery smile and helping hand . . . bridge shark . . . makes resolutions at the end of each semester . , . favorite theme song is "Pennsylvania" . . . the "Smoky Stover" of the girls' dorm , . Towson representative for Kaiser-Frazer . , . at philanthropist through and through. W'omen's Resident Council Fire Chief 4: Assem- bly Committee Secretary 43 Hostess Club 4: Future Teachers of America 4g Sports Elec- tives 3. GEORGE E. HOHL ELEMENTARX' ' 1 ca il 6- . .E lx Ambition + Ability I Achievement , . . bridge champ . . . well acquainted with finances . . . tremendous tenor , . , perfectionist for neatness . . . likes to he "difTerent." Student Government Association Treasurer 3, President 4: Class Treasurer 1: Student Chris- tian Assoeiation 12.3.41 Tower Light Business .llanager 1: Jllerfs Chorus 1.3,4: FAC 3: FTA l,2,3.4-: Kappa Delta Pi 3.4: Student Chapel Committee 3: 1954 National Intercollegiate Bridge Tournament 3. ff gp, an vw? N E' 1 ILS. X - "Lois" , . , - 'b sylyunia . . . ,s Q x t MARY ELLEN HOUGHLAND B.S. ELEMENTARX' "Mary Ellen" . . . goals are worth striving for- just ask her . . . may only see her dashing to and fro, but always time for a smile and "hello," Natural History Group 1,2,3: Freshman Ad- visory Council 4. LOIS E. HOUK ELEMENTARY loves to truvelfespecially to Penn- has a unique way with pencil and , hrush . . . is neat and stylish . . . collects rocks. PM' I Student Christian Association l,2,3,-1: Hostess V Club 2. S NIOR ft-an X PATRHHA M.lACKSON Bs. ELEMENTARY Ilffs 5- 9 u g "Pattle" . . , from mud flats of Princeton . , . ' J can be depended upon as a taxi with her '40 Y. A ., Plymouth . . . feet sized so everyone can wear ., her shoes-1-M . . . never gives up cheering l for Princeton . . . can always he counted on for a good time . . , Phys. Ed, major-4 times a week . . . tango is her favorite dance. Freshman Advisory Count-il 3.4. KAREN'D.JACOBSEN B.S. JUNIOR HIGH I' "Karen" . . . world traveler returned home and 1" "' to STC . . . spent more time on our campus A than most . . . her tall stately presence will add ' v..- to junior high classes . . . hard worker . . . 1 vivid imagination . . . playwright. Wom.en's Athletic Association. . CHARLOTTE D. JONES ' B.S. KINDERCARTEN-PRIMARY "Tinley" . . , neat little blonde from Baltimore 2,4 1 Junior College . . . knits strange original crea- . tions . . . likes yellow golf club covers and heeless socks . . . is working hard to be a teacher in America's kingergarten. Canterbury Club 3,4. CAROLYN R.KELLY B.S. ELEMENTARY "Car0line,' . . . Nsllgllll'-llllllllllw . . . "Heavens, l can get the same thing in the fahve and tin' for a nickel!" , . . handy with a needle to keep us all in stitches . . . Dixie's Dearest Delegate. Inter-Varsity Christian Fellotrslzip. 1-if TOS N STATE ALLEN KERSHMAN A . Eelmvs Business Stag 4. 'Si ANN C. KILGOLQR im. ELEMENT,-im' ".-Kun" . , . xixaeious with many hiflflen talents . . . "l"incl a fourth for hrialgeu . . . the gay 115 BA. ELENIENTARY ii. G "Al" . . . "Joe llollegei' from head to foot . . , one hand holils a tennis racket. the other a ,,-T: badge . . . His main interest is a co-ed at " College Park, Tennis: Chairman of Blood Drive: Tower DAWN F. KIDD B.S. KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARX' Four year clay hop . . . known for being sleepy and taking baths . . , sun lamp happy . . . '5Hi P:-ish" . . . Sandler's Saturday Wonder . . . a 3 day tutor . . . Phil 1 :2l. Clee Club 1.2.3.-1: Inter-Varsity Christian Fel- lowship Vice-President 3: Bowling: Archery. ,N fi. optimist . . . "Cot a minute?" , . , cooperatiie . 9:3 anal elhcxent. qu? Kappa llvllu l'i fl. TI'4'U,Sllfl'f 4: Bridge Club , 3.4: Fuluri- 'Iii-rlrlzvrs ull .4rm'rir'n 1.2.3.-1: Bowl- ing. Suflball. .4rrlzvry,anfl Baflmintun l'flf'z'tires. DUROTHY .l. KNIGHT Q 4. I ll.5. KINDERU.-XRTEN-PRINIARY "Dot" , . . sweet with at pleasant smile . . . A swell fri:-ntl . . . always really with a helping at h.unl . . . "Hill" . . . appears quiet hut lilies to 'I tea-v . . . lmefl stuih-nt teaching . . . last to K t--4 finish eating , , . those- pluue riiles to Detroitfl -. Q-,. , Tniwr Lighl: ,Xl'H'I7lllII lflub l.2.3.4. E TE CHER COLLEGE BETTY J. KONEYAK B.S. ELEBIENTARY "Betty" . . . one of the gang . . . loves to dance . . . conscientious about studies. especially "his- toryl' . . . a hazard on the highway with "Little Williew . . . easy to get along with . . . insists being prompt . . . student teaching in senior 1 year. Bowling Elective. JOYCE M. KRETZER B.s. ELEMENTARY "Casey" . . . always ready with a kind smile and helping hand . . . lover of the country . . . our own homemaker who enjoys cooking and sewing , . . very patient . . . allergic to alarms . . . favorite hangout-piano rooms . , . "Shucks!" Student Christian Association 2.3,-ig Natural His- tory Group 1: Basketball 1.2.3: Badminton 2.3: Bowling 2,3g Volleyball 2.3: Soccer 3: Softball 3. -L3 . fl Q '53 12,4 ARTHUR P. KULICK B.S. ELEBIEIYTARY 6 "Art,' . . . Whether it is a manager for the base- qf-. C ball team or a good right ami you want. Art's ' the guy for the job . . . always a smile and a 3 - subtle remark . , . veteran marine and go0d-all- ' around Joe. Freshman Advisory Council 3: International Relations Club 1.2.3, Treasurer 4: Lutheran . Students' Association 1.3.4. President 2: Base- , 5 ball lllanager 2: Basketball .Uanager 3. wk PHYLLIS A. LACY B.S. ELENIENTARY L'Phyl" . . . the finer things of life are laughing as wrinkles and food . . . known for her love of modern art and furniture . . . "Isn't that a beautiful burnt orange wall?" . . , can always QF' .4 tell her laugh. Student Government Association Class Repre- sentative 3: lllarshals 2.3.41 Student Christian Association 1,2.3.4: Class Dorm Social Chair- man 1: Student Assembly Committee Chair- man 4. SENIGR PATRICIA D. LAWRENCE B.s. ELEMENTARY . 'QT "Pat" , . . a swell friend . . . eats like a sparrow , but oh, what a third! . . . old Philadelphia . . . . ci-. "Sally,' . . , loves olives and pickles . . , those HX crazy jokes . . . one of the gang , , . "white 2- pasteurized milk." Inter-varsity Christian Fellowship Secretary 3g Bowling Elective. ALICE LAZARUS B,S, ELEMENTARY "Al" . . . has "strings" attached-marionettes . . . finds happiness in her "Shel" . . . as a student teacher became a charter member of the 7:30 to 5:30 Club. Kappa Delta Pi 3,4g Future Teachers of America 'ig -,A .-,,., X. K H"+:'a an ...gi ftp ' 5. J!-. 5- U qw, . jf ' HELEN E. LINDSAY B-S- ELEMENTARY "Little Iodine" . . . Miss Weyforth's girl Friday . . . very conscientious . . . poet . . . Winter's Winner . . . Watch that Babydoll! . . . "Hope I get a phone call tonight" . . . nice personality. Student Christian Association l,2',3,4g Kappa Delta Pi 3,4: Future Teachers of America 4g Glee Club 1,24 Sports Electives 1,2,3,4g WAA Executive Board 4. MARY ELLEN LINK B.S. KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY "Melon', . . . four-year day hop . . . keeps the S5 dentist happy . . , "Hi Pashw . . . always ready with a willing ear . . . one of the '!shorter" girls YQ.-, . . . what a batter! . . . "Yeah?" . . . baby- sitter deluxe. --.1 Glee Clubg Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. ir- 'WR X 4 'V ii my SE IOR LAWRENCE C. LITTLE B.S. JUNIOR HIGH "Skip" . . . result obtained when mathematical ability is teamed with stage lighting knowledge and skill then added to an ever-popular sense of humor and combined with K lunknownl allowing for a pleasant personality adaptable for all occasions . . . is never asked, "Where were you when the lights went out?,' . . . Glen Players 2,3,4g Alpha Phi Omega 3,43 Intramural Basketball I,2,3,4g Intramural Base- HIIIIPP PATRICIA A. LOSCO ' 6 'su- F- ELEMENTARX Patti a cheerful "hiv for everyone , . . plenty of get up and go . . . intellect of her suite . . . Student Government girl Friday . . . confidante of people with problems . . . has a poem for every occasion , . . famous for those ball 2g Student-Faculty Health and Safety Com- ' 3. I S B.s. F JOAN E. LOSS B-S- ELEMENTARY 'i.l0an" . . . quiet brunette . . . always smiling . . . Girl Scout enthusiast. Future Teachers of America I,2.3,4: Publicity Chairman 2g Volleyball Elective. muscles and the s'hula" . . . undecided where her heart lies . . . always ready for a "snack." Student Government Mcfmbrfr-at-Large 2, Secre- tary 3: Kappa Delta Pi First Vice-President 3, President 4: FAC 3: Tower Echoes 1,4g SCA Choir I,2,3.4: Orchestra I,2,3,4g Hostess Club Ig Girls' Chorus Ig Absence Policy Committee 2. ds .fic MARY LOU LOUTH AN A B,S, ELEMENTARY' "Toot" . . . don't let the size fool you . . . "But I in the Tower Light it says -" . . . a red llP1llllS -ri 'D- favorite . . . took giggly pills . . . small and pert . . , vivacious with an impish streak in her. -Q f Tower Light 1.2. Editor-in-Chief 3: All College i Council Secretary 3: Student Government Rcp- resentative 2: Girls' Chorus 1: Freshman Ad- visory Council 3. Q TO S N-STATE 3 'L ff MARY JANE MACK B.S. KINDERCARTEN-PRIMARY I . . I Qx Constantly dreaming of a certain naval aviator A . . . peaches and cream complexion . . . nimble with the knitting needles . . . smooth dancer A . . , "You're not on the beat!" , . . gay smile and v sweet personality . . . good conversationalist with nice sense of humor. Student Government Association lVIember-at- Large 3g Freshman Advisory Council 2,3, Secre- tary 2,33 Hostess Club 3: Girls' Chorus 1: Vol- leyball and Basketball Electives. KAY L. MAISENHALDER B.S. ELEMENTARY "Kay" . . . uwhere clid I put it?" . , . loves that Bel Air cooking . . , volleyball enthusiast . . . qt- tall brunette . . . student teaching in junior year. Womerfs Athletic Association Executive Board l,2,3: Future Teachers of America 1,2,3,4g Gamma Theta Epsilon 3,4-: Student Christian Association 2.,3. JERALD A. MALIN B.S. JUNIOR HIGH "Jerry" . . . interested in sports: coaches as well A: as plays . . . playground worker with children V Q 1. outsicle schools . , , always wearing a hig smile 7 . . . charming personality . . . 'LDon't rush me: ' ' I'll get married someday", . . . plays basketball Q N"""' in the gym a lot . . . rlay hop. 1. MNSWM Towson Service Club 3,-1, President 3, P l SHERRY L. MANGOLD ILS. ELENIENTARY "Sher" , . . roving eye . . . one of our Home- coming heauties . . . even receives roses on 'ui tllose occasions . . . "Dill slle sign out?" . . . ' clue , . . sweet smile aml nice personality. Student Government Represenlatire 3: W'omen's W Resident Council 3, Secretary 4: Hostess Club l 2.3: Stu-dent Christian l,2.3,4: Girls' Chorus l: Freshman Advisory Council 2-3. TE CHER COLLEGE BARBARA HOCH MARANTO ILS. ELEMENTARY' "Barb" . , . one of the first of the crowd to desert her buddies and get married . . . known to friends as "Hochie" . . , If she gives you a gay "Good morning" that's a sure sign she's asleep . . . guaranteed to laugh at any joke . . , destined to have a happy life hecause she is happy. 'Q ANTHONY G. MARCHIONE -I 'Q B.S. N' if JUNIOR HIGH W' 5? uTony" . , . connoisseur of good jokes . . . "Well, I only have four tests this weeki' . . . the people's choice for three years , . . calm gif: M and collected . . , usually the mediator in argu- ' xv ments . . . always attending meetings . . , oh, ,- -- , that Latin blood Y 'U js gn an YF" SGA Representative 3: Class President 2,3,-1: Tou'er Light 1, Business lllanager 2g Kappa Delta Pi Second Vice-President 3. Historian 4: Mcn's Resident Council l"ice-President 3: llIAA 33 FAC 2,3: Track l,2: Newman Club l,2,3,4. 'bs I DIONE CROWTHER MARCHIONE B.S. ELENIENTARY "Deen . . . armed with pallette and brush she conquers her surroundings . . , patience with a smile wins every time , . "Anybody see Tony?" Student Government Association Class Repre- sentative 2: Freshman Advisory Council 2.3: Clee Club 2: Tower Light 2: Class Dorm Social Chairman 3,-1-: Tower Echoes Art Editor 4: Sports Electives l,2,3,4. 6 3 5 MARY JANE MATTINGLY B.S. ELENIENTARYY "Mary Jane" . . . home sweet home-St. Mary's County . . . "Hope I'll he thereli' . . . big league pitcher of her class 'gall stars" . . . loves those afternoon naps. Nezcman Club I,2,3,-1-1 Gamma Theta Epsilon 3,-1, Secretary: Future Teachers of America 1,2,3,4: Natural Histor-v Group 1.2: Student Christian Association 1.2,3,4. BJ. IOR MARGARET FONTAINE MAURY ILS. ELENIENTARY "La Fonts" . . . often scen at the "Club" . . . combines studies with extracurricular activities, namely dating . . . entertains with "tap-water" coffee , . . looking forward to another year of school at Columbia. RICHARD E. MCCALL ELEMENTARY I 'fins X, I "Dicku . , . always ready for a party . . . jolly laugh . . . knows the latest gossip . . . quite gullible . . , big wheel in the state FTA . . . often out of class on recruitment or for high school visiting days. 3 , 6 - 1 1, ti, ' x Yr- -.f Student Government Association illember-ab Large 3: Future Teachers of America Vice- R2 ,wwi President I, State President 3: Tower Light Exchange Editor 2.3: FAC 13: Eastern States Representatives 3: Co-Chairman of High School lisiting Day' 1.2,-1: Chairman 3: Recruitment 4' and Public Relations Committee 13.4. RUSH A. METZBUWER B.S. KINDERGARTEN-PRINIARY "Rose" , . . bridge fanatic . . . dependable and L 'X conscientious . . . a Greyhound follower . . . ,X logic on the light side . . . plans to go to Europe . . . "It was fabulous!" . . . lives for Ocean City . . . ready for a party at any time . . . spent Easter in Bermuda. SGA Class Representative 4: Nezcman Club l,2,3. Secretary -1: Future Teachers of America 4: Tourer Echoes 4: Sports Electives 1.2,3,-1-. LILLIAN R. MILLER ILS. KINDISKCARTEN-PRINIAHY "Ruth" . . . camp mocassins, shorts and pedal A 'ak' push:-rs . . . librarv books long since overdue K - . . ' . . . cant Ill!" llrlt ponx t'lil with her red hair ki f I . . to find her not knitting is quite rare, Tm' Y 6 , I, IOR MARILYN K. IVIOLESWORTH M ELEMENTARY "Candy" , . , all blonde . . . famous last laugh K , I . . unending line of chatter . . . "I don't care" ' 'I Eh qw. . . . spent many days on that good ole top bunk" doing lesson plans. Clee Club 1,2,3,4: Girls' Chorus 1. 7' Y "' K I JEROME MOYLAN B.S. JUNIOR HIGH "Jerry" . . . a cynic on the outside, but under- neath that exterior is not only a keen mind but a big heart which he'll deny . . . a deep interest in science and photography tflig that crazy speed Graphic! and almost everything else that is happening about him. Student Government Association Representative 3,4: NSA Representative 3: Kappa Delta Pi 3,42 HELEN ANITA MORNINGSTAR B.S. KINDERCARTEN-PRIMARY' "NeetsM . . petite . , . vivacious . . . a lover of life . . . caffeine fiend . , . agrees with A fAllenl . . . a diamond is a girl's best friend . . , captain of cheerleaders . , . wee flame harbouring much volume. Student Government Association Representative 3: lVeu'man Club l,2,3,4: Cheerleaders Treas- urer and Captain. .far Q., . ...I - -ai E, "::' "KY" Tower Echoes 4. is PATRICIA E. MURRAY ' B.S. ELENIENTAR1' "Pat" . . . "Four more days 'til Fridayllu , . . 1, the ingenious poet and prankster . . . can't wait until softball season and can she ever sluf' that ball! F .Yezrrnan Club 1.2.3.-1: Gamma Theta Epsilon 3.4: Future Teachers of America 1,2,3.-1: Stu- dent Christian Association l.2,3.4: W0n1r'r1's Athletic Association Exectttire Board 3. -tn? B.S. -,fb '75 .2 .J 1 TO S NSTATE FRANCES N ADELMAN ELEMENTARY JACQUELINE WALKER N OLAN B.S. KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY 'flackiei' . . . oh, those long blonde tresses . . . P favorite pastime?-why Phil, of course . , . bride of six months . . . disposition sweet as her kindergarten children. Freshman Advisory Council 43 Glen Players 1,25 Womerfs Athletic Association 1,2,3. 7' ALVINA M. OBERLE B.S. ELEMENTARY' "Al" , . . her favorite numbers-1018 . . . her Q favorite initials H. T. , . . she's out to conquer A the world and she will . . . a good business ., woman with a heart of gold 1she'd never admit if" itb . . . she's a staunch Glen Player . . . loves 'fi pinochle. Glen Players 1.2.3, President 4: Newman Clubg Alpha Psi Omega Treasurer: WAA Executive Boardg Freshman Advisory Council 4. CHARLES E. O'BRIEN B.S. ELEMENTARY "Obie" . , . his ,41 Chevy just has to hold up Y N for two more years. Q '45, 'N ' K' xl 4 in Q-- Z I 1 . X 5 95 ' X if X E., TE CHER CULLEGE ' fp, PATRICIA A. OGDEN 3.5. ELEMENTARY ' 5 v "Pat" . . . never does today what she can put - 7 'ik off until tomorrow . . . likes to rearl . . . argue- f '- about anything , . . sleeps until 10 minutes '4 .9 before her first class . . . basketball fan . . . soft voice . . . amateur philosopher . . . always ' worrying about somethin . . , 'klf it's not one , i- tl thing it's two." Canterbury Club l,2,4, Treasurer 3g Student Christian Association l,2,3,-1: Future Teachers of America l,3,4, Treasurer 2: Sports Electives. .Y IRENE E. PAUL ' 'i i B,S, KlN'DERGARTEN-PRIMARY "Renew . . . eyes that sparkle constantly and always a new hair cut . . . "Life is a series of be rich experiences and always will be!" . . . caught napping again . . . vivacity and ambition. Student Government Association Representative 2,3g Tower Echoes Associate Editor 4g Newman 'Club 1,2,3,4, President 3: WAA Executive Board 3: FAC 2,3: SGA Finance Committee Secretary 33 Field Hockey 2,3,4. Q , .Jw 5 wt' -. in RITA A. PERKINS B.S. ICINDERCARTEN-PRINIARX' "Perle" . . . happy-go-lucky . . . ambitious , . . perpetual suntan . . . follows all Navy football games . . . knack with the nautical . . , social butterfly . . . how sweetly she sings . . , ever reaily for a weelsentl in Ocean City . . . tall 'n slentlor blontle who is a Towson native , . . a carrl at bridge . . , spent Easter in Bermuda. Newman Club l,2, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4: Class Day Social Chairman 3.4: Tower Echoes 4: Future Teachers of America 4: Sports Elec- tives l,2,3,4. ARDELLE S. PHILLIPS ELENIENTARY ' "Sandy" . . . Navy supporter . . , loves tlaneing "' . . . loves a gootl jolt? . . . one of 'SSE smallest girls . . . plays a mean alrum . . . one of the ?" gang . . . oranges anal lllillx . , . a swell frienal. f Orchestra 3.4: Alumni .4rlit'iIies flllltlltlfffvt' fl: Gamma Theta Epsilon 4: lfozrling. liollevlmll. .4fl'lll'l'-Y, Hatlminlon l'flerIit'es: Inter-lursitx ffllrixlian Ft-llou-ship. S NIUR BERLDENE S. B.S. PATRICIA A. PHILLIPS B.S. ELEMENTARY "Rufus" . . . "Well, my landll' . . . ulcers . . . haunts the infirmary . . . a friend indeed . . . remembered for the time her friends convinced her she'd slept for three days . , . slightly red hair but won't admit it. Freshman Advisory Council Membership Chair- man 4: Newman Club 1,2,3,4g Class Dorm Social Chairman 2. PICKENS ELEMENTARY 05 'A if at. "Dean" . . . an editorial whiz and a man to watch on the soccer field . . . Migls got him for QM good but he's still our guy . . . a hard worker. 'mi all Student Government Association Representative """"" 1,2,3,4: Tower Light 1, Executive Editor 2,31 Tower Echoes Editor-in-Chief 43 Freshman Ad- visory Council Vice-President 2,33 Men's Resi- 3332, dent Council 1,23 Varsity Soccer l,2,3,4-. E gl, 'I XMAQ 2 I 1 , S "gilt JEAN LUMMIS PRINCE B.S. ELEMENTARY ' "Jeanie" . , . infectious laughter . . . exuberant SV 7, I A I V spirit coupled with serious intent . . . married Q 'Q a "Prince" . . . tests inevitably follow card club X ez, ' night . . . academic achievements are a result of ability and study . . . those eight o'clock classes' , . . , "Love me, love my 'ML Mikel" RAYMOND L. REUSCHLING x I B.s. ,fag JUNIOR HIGH SBR 77 ' ' ay . . . species-Homo SHIJICHS . . . rare type . . . athlete, scholar and politician . . . juggles a A soccer ball, parabolic equations or ballots with . . .,,,,.- - equal facility . , . started Chemistry with a C dozen test tubes, finished with tweny-five plus four Bunsen burners and three lab. manuals . . . would end a verbose involved lesson on oxida- ir' tion-reduction equations with, "You readily see X this, do you not?" Soccer l,2g Wrestling lg lntra-murals. S IOR it ROBERT E. RHINEHART B.S. JUNIOR HIGH "Bob" . . . one of the original Burke Avenue 11. ,V is, u boys . . . graduate from junior College in '50 . . . joined the Leathernecks and then came back to finish his college career at STC , . . acquired a wife and a pink car during tlie ,54 summer . . . one of ,limmyls boys-'iCet the idea?', , , . never writes when he can use ditto marks. Basketball l,2. 2 Y. X CHARLES E. RICE B-S- JUNIOR mon 'Snake' . . . big, laughable, likable . . . plays a Q . cool sax . . . likes nothing better than a good time . . . athlete-member of the "strongy" tribe X 'ii' A . . . lover??? I hx ' Freshman Advisory Council 2,3g Orchestra 2,3,4: Basketball 2,3,4: Track 3,4, X. I ii 13.5. lilNDERGARTEN-PRlMAliX' "Jan" . . . jet blaek hair., shining eves and beautiful clothes . . . our tall soplnsticate . . . 'YU -Q. hails from a mountain home in Yvestminster . . . always good with the relnarks . . . a rebel ' through and through . . . always game for a good time and a party isn't one without her. yi Canterbury Club l.2,3,-1: Tower Light l,2.3,4: Hostess Club l: International Relations Club l.-1-1 Sports Electives 1. DONNA M. RINEHART 11.5. ELENIENTAKY A beauty with an innocent face . . . Homecom- ing queen candidate . . . believes anything you tell her . . . last to catch a 'oke . . -'ivffles . . . J ' I' PY' just "Talks" on dates , . . famous words during student teaching, "Oh l'm so upset!" . . . "lim gonna let my hair growu . . . has more than one lover. Student Government Parliamentarian 3: Class Representative 4: ll"on1en's Resident Council l'ir'e-Presidtnt 4: FAC 2.3: Student Christian .-issueinlion 1.2.3.-1: Sports l'flerlit'es. fi . vi' 4, .. ,- Y .- TOWSON STATE PATRICIA D. ROBBINS B.S. ELEMENTARX' "Pat" . . . pert-even at 7:00 in the morning . . sparkling eyes which match her personality . , . enjoys talking-reverts to baby talk when animals are around . . . immaculate . . . frank 1" . . . crisp sense of humor , . . either in the tub or taking a cat nap . . , ask her if she can sew on a button! . . . plays piano well. Clee Club 1: Freshman Advisory Council 43 Student Christian Association l,2. DONALD F. ROGERS B.S. ELEMENTARY "Dong . . . never "puts ol'l' for tomorrown . . . ,gs I considered by all as a 'lplayboyn . . . has Grease Paint in his blood . , . learned a lot in those all ' ' girl classes he had. Glen Players 1.2.3,-1: Alpha Psi Omega 3,-I-, President 3: Public Relations Committee 2,3. JOAN H. ROGERS B.S. ELEMENTARY' "Rusty" , . . good looks a knack with subject matter . . . oh. that red hair! . . . proud QF of her family . . . says what she thinks while maintaining a nice disposition. i PATRICIA A. RYAN Bs, ELEMENTARY "Patty" . . combination of brains and Irish pertness . . , loves the outdoors . , . plays a wicked melody flute . . . sports enthusiast. is - n . . H M Wonzerfs Athletic Association 2.3. Historian 4: Natural History Group lz Basketball Team 3: 0, Sports Electives 12.3,-1: SGA Social Committee. W TEACHER COLLEGE 4 ELIZABETH ANDERSON SCHMID B.S. ELEMENTARY 1 "Beth', . . . sweet with an impish smile . . . 6' fs agile athlete-one of McCleary'5 tennis stars X -. 1 . . . tends to exaggerate . . . "I know -" . . . A ti" married to "Smitty," i Student Governnzent Association Class Repre- sentative 3: Newman Club 1,2,3,4: Sports Elec- tives l,2,3,-1-1 Wnmen's Athletic Association Sec- retary and Manager. HARRIET T. SCHWARTZMAN B.S. KINDERCARTEN-PRIMARY "Harri" . . . loves the kindergarten . . . "Let's have a party" . . . the hostess with the mostest . . . "He's such a bubie!" , , . had a mad passion for the French Horn. Future Teachers of America 1,2,3,4: Orchestra 1,2,3,4: Archery 1. ,N-, NANCY C. SHOWER x gn B.S. ELEMENTARY' fp 1: "Nan" . . . travels faster than sound . . . petite and effervesceut . . . known for ivory tipped l 'f cigarettes , , . enjoys finer things in life . . . tb' very efficient secretary in spare time . . . the 'X if Miss Etiquette of social poise. lx Hostess Club 4: Future Teachers of America 4: Archery 3: Sports Electives 3. JUDITH MANDELL SHUSTER B.S. ELEMENTARY' "Judy" . . . enthusiastic . . . very ambitious . . . worked hard in every class , , . proud of her F, ' ts t gf' two sons, Stevie and Frankie. anrl husband Sid- " ney who helped put her through college . . . wonderful sense of humor . . . adds life to dull classes. V SENIOR MARJORIE L. SILVERMAN 13.5. ELEMENTARY "Margy" . . . major interest-her husband Morty . . . thrives on history and math . , , easy to get along with . . . very tactful . . . should make an excellent teacher. ANNABELLE E. SINGER B,S, ELEMENTARY "Annabelle" . . . a transfer from Bridgewater also . , . flashes a friendly smile . . . Saturday after- 'A noon opera fan . . . favorite activity-basketball. iw y. Gamma Theta Upsilon: Student Christian Asso- ciation: Future Teachers of America: Sports tx Electives. PATSY A. SKIRVEN B S ELEMENTARY at" . . . neat and attractive . . . pert and inde- 'ak pendent . . . good sport , , . not sure where her heart lies . . . loves those weekends on the ' f te- Eastern sho' . . . g'VVhat'd ya say, huh?" . . . early to bed and late to rise . . , never hears the if alarm , . . "Whats the rush?" Future Teachers of America 2,3,4: Class Treas- urer 3g Student Christian Association 1,2,3,4- Choir 3,43 All Sports Electives. .IOSEPHINE COLLINS SKRIVAN ELEMENTARY "Josie" . . . brunette curly-locks . . . dotes on world history . . . nice gal for a friend . . . heard wedding bells at Christmas, X1 Y' I x 2' SENIOR B.S. ELEMENTARY .f Deluxe model sports fan-participant and spec- Fix tator variety . , . conscientious worker . . . g '-' could smile her way through an atom bomb T blast . . . always knows where she's going and XXV is sure l?j she knows how to get there . . . K "It's all" . . . six good solid meals a day in the true Pennsylvania Dutch tradition, Student Christian Association Co-Commissioner and Vice-President: FTA 4: FAC 2,3g Clee Club 1,2,3,4g Hostess Club 1,2,3g IRCQ Tower Echoes 43 Sports Electives 1,2,3,4g Tower Light. L .41 T U- 5 It a 5 wg f fx is MARGARET M. TEWES B.S. ELEMENTARY "Margie" . . . conscientious, hard worker . . . a good friend to have . . . witty and willing to laugh . . . good conversationalist . . . good machinery upstairs. Freshman Advisory Council 3,4: Kappa Delta Pi 3,44 Women's Athletic Association. ANN JANET STINE B.S. ELEMENTARY "Jan" . . . always dependable . . . loved those short courses at Maryland every summer . . . an expert marksman . . . a frequent visitor to Towson Beach . , . quiet??? Y!! Freshman Advisory Council 3,4g Archeryg Lu- theran Students' Association 1,2,3,4g Future Teachers of Americag Student Christian Asso- ciation l,2,3,4. DALE N. THOMAS B.S. ELEMENTARY "Red" . . . strawberry blonde . . . dancer with a Winsome smile . . . willing to work for any good cause . . . always friendly and happy , . . sincerely optimistic. Student Government Representative l,2: All College Council 4-g WAA Vice-Presulent 3, President 4: FAC 2,3: Tower Echoes Photog- raphy Editor 4: Orchestra 2,3,4: Natural His- tory Group l: Class Assembly Dance Director l,2,3, Assembly Director 4: Sports Electives l,2,3,4: Archery Team. TOWSON STATE GLORIA ITTER TODD B.S. ELEMENTARY "Gloria" . . , a farmer's Mrs, with an infectious Y giggle . . . five feet two, eyes of blue . . . started the marriage fad in Class of '55 . . , a highway hazard between Towson and North Point. W Bowling 1,2,3g Archery Ig Soccer lg Basketball Ig Refreshment Committee at Christmas Dance 2. ' ELIZABETH HUNT T OMASZEWYCZ "Y in 5.5. B . ELEMENTARY V 3 21 Betty . . . a wonderful friend . . . prefers 3 fx., f- waltzes to "Dixieland,, while eating lunch . . . x Q... I a whiz at the sewing machine . . . her Mike " is the life of the party. x FRANCES M. TORINO B.S. KINDERCARTEN-PRIMARY "Franny" . . . Johnny on the spot with a help- ' ..." 'h 'l??',. d mg hand WIISIIF s t at artlci , N goo, it me sense of humor . . . Thanks a lot , . . Thats . my Korbieln ' of 'T""" Class Social Chairman 1, Secretary 2,3,4g Tower sv Light I,2, Managing Editor 3g Newman Club Recording Secretaryg Freshman Advisory Coun- cil 2,3g Glen Players 3: Girls' Chorus Ig FTA 1,2,3,4. ARBA MORRIS TRENT B.S. JUNIOR HIGH "Morris,, . . . quiet . . , knows his own mind . . . resided in the Glen House one year . . , "Joan, we just canit get married yeti' . . . guitarist extraordinaire . . . nice to know. Class Assembly l,2,3,4g Faculty-Student Enter- tainment 3,4-. .-U' ETE OHER COLLEGE JOAN BANKARD TRENT B.S. KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY is "Miss B" . one of Miss Mac's favorite warblers . . . known as "Mother Bankardu to the fresh- X man girls . . . tore herself away from Morris for a summer at Rehoboth . . . "You'll get Y married before I do!" Student Christian Assoctlztion Choir 2,3, Presi- dent 4g Freshman Advisory Council 3g Clee Club lg Sports Electives l,2. MARGRETTA EN SOR TROWER B.S. KINDERCARTEN-PRIMARY N "Maggie', . . , always has the readiest and prettiest smile . . . can't wait to get home in the evenings to fix supper for Doug , . . will always , ag be remembered for her famous "36"' Pontiac C which never seemed to get anywhere . . . her Q days teaching kindergarten her happiest. THEODORE G. VENETOULIS 5 . v E B.S. JUNIOR HIGH C "Ted" . . . rugged yet refined , . . ready and J- 0 winning smile . . . best "little maui' on many X: .ul Towson teams . . . Holi, you Mary babyq . . . 2 t....v great coaching prospect . . . music lover , . . Mother has mastered kitchen science . . . keeps A ' ' the "Lost and Found" busy with books . . . 03154 good party man . , . Buick much too big for him. 1 Baskctball3,-1-2 Baseball 3,4. -" of 1. . ' '-i' L . 3 MARY JANET VOELKER 13.5. ELEHIENT.-XRH' --1 "Jan" . , . wonderful friend . . . sincere with as A lots of personality in a quiet way . . . naturally r -Lvl curly hair . , . loved student teaching . , . "Well Y" me 6 . . . great baseball fan . . , has finally become 9 i one of those "good" women drivers. Sc Future Teachers nf Anwrica 1,i2,:i,"i'Z .Ymrnxan Club 1,2,3,4. SE IOR MARION D. WALTER SAMUEL R. WALLACE B.S. PII,EMENTARH' "Dick" . . . ex C.l .... transfer from University of Houston , . . always nicely attired . . . music lover and faithful member of Clee Club . . . ardent collector of records . . . loves kids , . . generous with his "taxi" service . . . eager to succeed in teaching . . . his diligence is sur- passed only by his silence. Student Government Representative 3.1 Clee Club 12,4-., Secretary 3: Future Teachers of America: Tower Echoes 4g Handbook Com- mittee 3. S-4 'QL' N, 'X I 1: B.S. ELEMENTARY "Marion" . . . beautiful brown eyes , . . sweet and sincere . . . consistently achieves noteworthy grades . . . displays family artistry when she wields a paint brush . , . young mother of two precious children, Christine and Jimmy . . . aptitude and fairmindedness make her a worthy addition to the teaching profession, UQ Wfw- X BERNICE JEAN WASTLER B.S. JUNIOR HIGH "Jeanie" . . . never cross a bridge until you come to it . . . o-oh those math marks . . . defied STC "ratio" in Dr. Fickes' Jr. High bloc . . . nice to be outnumbered, isn't it, Jean? , . . 'Tll try anything at least once!" . . . paid enough in library fines to build a new library and a new dorm . . . likes to burn the midnight oil . . . "Better late than never!" Neuman Club 1,2,4, Treasurer 3g FTA 1,2,4, Treasurer 33 Tower Echoes 1,2,3, Sports Editor 4: IRC 1,2,3,4: SCA 1,2,3,4g Handbook Com- mittee 3g Clee Club 1,2,3,4g Sports Electives 1,2,3,4. SHIRLEY HORAK WHALLEY B.S. ELEMENTARY es- "Shirl" . . , works hard in school and at home taking care of Art and the household . . . X' D vivacious smile and conta ious lau h . . . loves P- g g shore life. Future Tear-hers of America 1,2,3,4. 4 'fi js. isi- x IOR SHIRLEY MEARS WHITEHURST B.S. ELEMENTARY "Shirley" . . , cheerful smile . . . conscientious and reliable . . . very nice singing voice . . . enjoys music . . , married after her sophomore year . . . cooking pleases Keith. Clee Club I,2, Secretary 3, President 4: Gamma Theta Epsilon 3,4-. an - RAYMOND L. WILKERSON B.S. JUNIOR HIGH "Pappy" . . . often seen with a blonde or red- A 70- head-his daughter or son . . . completelya - family man . . . veteran of World Wfar II . . . likes all kinds of sports, especially swimming, riding, and wrestling . , . doesn't have much to say-perfers to listen. Gamma Theta Upsilon President 1, lnitiating Committee Chairman 2g Wrestling l,2,3g Spring Track. JOAN GILFORD WILL t B.S. ELEMENTARY' XXQ "Joan" . , . tall blonde who isn't afraid to say what she thinks . . . very likeable personality . . . likes swimming, badminton, and music- '- v both classical and the danceable kind . . . loves N' good books and knitting argyles , . . loved student teaching. ESTELLE BUXTON WILLIAMSON B.S. KIIWDERCARTEN-PRIDIARY "Buxton" . . . up at dawn with a song . . . keeps 'Q the post oflice busy . . . claimed she'd never get 3' married hut did in her junior year. N Q' Student Christian .4ssneiaIion 1.2.3.4 - fflmir l.2,3,4: Future Teaeliers of Amerira l.2.3.4: Camma Theta Epsilon 3.4. - X If. J' ,. ,I ., , gpg rm M x TOWS N ST TE DAWN H. WITTSTADT B.S. ELEIVIEIVTARY "Yitchie's,' hearty laughter can be heard on second floor Newell as she instigates dorm antics . . . "Snowball ueenv of Jr, Christmas dance . . . can be seen nightly with her fiancee at Toll- xef., Q X rf gate . , . conceals her piano and vocal abilities . . . fashion wise lass , . . an Aldous Huxley fan . . . lover of long, hair music . . . favorite vocalistfHelen Traubel . . . craves fried steak and onions . . . future plans combine career and marriage. Clee Club 1.4: Freshman Advisory Council -l-. R , 'if' "ff, JOANNE ARRINGTON WOLF Q' : B.S. ELEMENTARX' "Josie" . . . tall willowy blonde with bubbling personality . . . dubbed neatest girl at STC by K roommates . . , famous for her 35 blouses . . . always on the go-late to bed and early to rise , . . . loves that pizza . . . "Anyone for a cup of coffee?" . . . found with her ubabys' Curt . . . 'Tll never telllv 3 , SCA Member-at-Large 4: House Cnmmillee Pafrliamenlarian 3: FAC 3: FTA 1: SCA 1.13.41 All Sports Electives l,2,4. PATRICIA A. WOLFKILL Q-Q 12.5. KINDERCARTEN-PRIMARY ft "Pat" . . . wonderful patience . . . well dressed H , . . . nice personality . . . faithful member of "" Marshall . . . very conscientious . . . flowers in . r her hair make the boys "All a flutter" . . , three ta- years a day hop , . . crazy about a tall, dark, we T handsome lad named Bob. lllarshals l,2,3.-1. KENNETH A. WRAY ILS. JUNIOR HIGH "lien" . , , Cinderkicker, hill 'n daler. and board ponnder . . . "best conditioned athlete xi at Towson", Doe Minnegan . . , he held the class purse strings tight . . . smooth dancer. ' , Class 'frenurer 4: f,'l'lISS-f,'1llllll7'.Y 1.2.3.1-: lmlfwr 'llrflrlf 1.13.41 Spring Track l.I2..3.4: Slullenl l.'l1ri.vlian .4.wsnr'ial1'm1 'Treasurer 3: Freshman .4!l1'fS1lI't' ffuunril 2.3: JIA-1,4 l,2.fl.4. TE CHER CULLECE EDRIESS JUDITH WRIGHT B.S. ELEMENTARY "Judy" . . . sweet, petite, and neat . . . plays a mean viola - was youngest member of the string quartet . . , determined to get ahead . . . GS ,, foot-te-do. Kappa Delta Pi 3,43 Orchestra 1,2,3,4-String Quartet 2,33 Glen Committee 3: Student Chris- tian Association 1,2,3,4. BETTY MARIE ZIMMERMAN B.S. ELEMENTARY "Zimms" . , . one old fashioned Hagerstown special-130 pounds of shortning, 67 inches of well proportioned height, 1 package of active personality, 1 head of blonde curls sifted with red. Mix the above ingredients with lots of sagacity and a dash of spice and you will have ,lack's most becoming vice. SCA Representative 2: Gamma Theta Epsilon Corresponding Secretary 3,4-: Publication 3: Glee Club 1,2,3,4: Hostess Club Vice-President 3, President 4: Freshman Advisory Council 2g Tower Echoes 3,41 Tower Light lg LSA 1.,2,3,4g SCA 1,2,3,4. i, Q.. 3 y-1 7 'Uh ite'-v J v-4K7 i l .if lx my lil L I -J uuin Sv P" I'flm'urmr lfmllu- Carol Lu- lla-lp .f Q ' A Km .cw-18. K0 A img! 1.94:-N - vip. . 7 tg 5. W m-,Y V 1 I f 4- ii zf I ' lxrn hnlux Hmm Luu Mil-lm .lim John H1-1-k Daximl Hmlgv Jlllllw IXHILZIII if - 1 ' .I dip 8 y M-4' x k Y 5 - x , xg' .3 ' V -I' Ae .. . A . f -- R 4 v V. x :wx f . V-CA ' " '31 A if Jw g 2 . . ' - . ,ff - 1 ., - ,Q Ak ' 1, . .J V is ' Q4 ' ,N,, 13 5 H, :bs . -A ,.- , 'Q :A ,Ji 'UI if :N Avg 'VY .vs , 5 ' - Q 4 3 -. , ' v -lb - , .-can P ,, .J I W7 ,. 7' tw.: . Ruth Krvi- Yirgziniu Lu' Limlm-r lfxrlyn Laughlin Hurry Muon- ,Illllilll Van Rip:-r jam-i XYQU-rl-n ' Pfxfiw' , ' ' 1 A - pg' 51 V ,511 iz ' X JU' Vf ix b A ..,m, 1 1, i fl' as ,a .pf Q i n " 'fx Q KV' .V k S b Q .s i- Y .. , Q ..,. - ,J ' 1' I I 4 ' " '? v Wi 1 I 1 john Whigg Barbara Summers 'fr'-X Sth Year 4 35 t '13 K 0.4 36 'W , 1- iii NVQ. Four years ago a group of college freshman entered State Teachers with a spirit of enthusiasm, freshness, and vooperatiou. "H,-ill." the freshman class assembly, was their first initial undertaking: this first attempt at working together proved more than successful. Then Came the first class dance, "Shamrock Shuliief' with a wishing wt-Il that swelled the class profits hy T8 cents. As experienced sophomores, a show was produced title-QI "lk-yil Takes a Holidayi' where Mrs. Devil caught hcr man. Better things came with the un- surpassed decorations of "Deep Purple." As Juniors the "Snow Ball" and "In the Ink" were major under- takings: the latter, one of the best class assemblies although it had heen put together in less than a week, The test really came in the Senior year with Honiceoming Day. May Day, Iniestiture, june xysat, and lionnnenccment. who will forget that perfect May Day with the crowning of lovely Queen Donna. There were all the .lune Week activities-the Crali feast. swimming party, dinners, swing out, moonlight, faculty reception, costume party, informal dance and the prom W- and it all ended with the beginning, Commeneeinent. The days. weeks, months, and years went hy so quickly hut the memory of these things shall always he therc. 1' Q -f X L?--Q 1 ns ' w s,x . 4' .., I ,v Senior class officers sit in an executive session discussing final senior plans. en of the May and her maid- Milne! 14 .1i...'ngi.,, , Zlfxxif g5i:WRS PR T iffy S V, x SMDQUS IUQJT '55 '55 Y 1 I s ' E E , " V1 ,M M , Ng , 'A , X -1. fit.. 45' ' 'F a s ' Q ' f x x 'ddhf 1 f 'Q T fj,v7",R L I E ', X V, " f Q -..1 N. 1 f , f 5 x Ax - ' R xx , Q, rf -- X V,., , . I, . A 'Q x ' 4 V 9, if-f-4 Y -, Ah?-xwfz f- , A ,,, .f - , , -- f ,,' ' L F s If K f ,PX L kbs! J' fuel: ," r-N VM 'Y,w,jI, .i WN f V. lg! 'IV ,M -5, X Q-X,,-Q' , f ' "-LWVTEX 'lx j g 'V TH SYE A R X A X J' f' f "r w 3,4 f ' .: 15" - .K 'R 2' 'fa r -ff 'Q' ij' ma ,. Q ,Q A 5 ,EQKW A ' ' 'HQ s llr. Hamkin- imv-IN ilu- rlu-- prwi- ela-nl Nilll lln- lranliliollul gown. Sn-niur, participate- in one of thc! many June Wm-k Avlixitief. FP : Q 'fs 4 N Ss-niurs Nhmu-ml that "Ta-mph Fugil" in lhvir Iinul 41--1-mlaly prmlurliun 4 A "Thank: to lin' I,I'PNiliQ'lll . . .N a UNE WEEK Higiliigllta uf four years uf coiiegc umm- :luring .lnnv Week. Headlining: tlw fociul mvnls is the lung aawuitewl Q S4-nior Prom. Mmnlwrs of the 1033 graduating class In-lil llwir clniivc ut lln- Sill'I'iit0ll-Bt'ik'NP4lf'l'Ei Hotel in g Bullinmrv. Along with liwsv affairs, utilm-r Svnior zlvlivities invlufli al u 4-mlm fc-ust. swimming and ilmsqln-rude parties, alinna-rs. illlli ll awing-out. U D i-. 75 u ff JN 1 x fv M5 Q" 13? 6? f , bf ffx A .J f M N "'U""" X xxx CF X vjxfx A' "7 our., f 't SQJXZK AD' "' K XX' QE E-f f ,,.-a,.! H+ I Q L 1 X.: X A Q . ..-v---V--5".x, Preaident Anthony Marvhione speaks to the audience after being invested with his cap and gown. wir. umla-r lin- illrulmn of 'Ninn 'Kim-lhmuiii. 10IlllIilIlilIi 1 nmlnr lmrl lu tin ur 1 I4 NVFNI1 QW If Ur. Samuel M. Brownell, U. S. Connnissioner of Education, fleliverefl the address at the 9-1-th Connnencemfnt Exercises of rll0Ws0ll State- Teachers College, lnclucle-xl in the program we-rv seleetions hy the glee cluh and orchestra. Rever- end Lewis F. Ransom of the Towson Methmlist fllllll'Cll offered the prayer. Marylaml's Governor. The Honorable Tlleotlore K. Mclxelrlin pres:-ntc-rl all graduates with their llillllllllilti. Members of the local chapter of the National Honorary Sovic-ty. Kappa llelta Pi were recognizeil for their outstanding academic iiClllPYl'lllt'lll. r I V1 if . QL The Honorable Theodore R. Mc'- Keldin presents a diploma to a Tow- son graduate. Parentm and friends stand in tribute as the receniunal takes place. L l,lI0llIgT'llIIll.Y Editor 24? 5-"5 ' "W-nv' .T Dale Thomas Slay? ..... Frank Galone ,f Jerry Moylan Anthony Marchione Sandra Walker Lin-rary Editors Mary Lou Loulhan Frances Torino Slnff ...... Dick Wvallave Mary jane Mack Rita Perkins Rose Metzhower wwf- TTWUUTTQ A 1.XVfvv..Jl.L 44JkVI4i.Vf..dfV' Lyn. -ia 4. ' s 'vi 6. lfdilnr-ir:-r'l1i4'f .. .. Dean Picks-ns V 'Kr' I ' H 2 -qi-.f .-lssnvznlv ltrlllur .................. In-ne Paul , fir! Erlilur .... .. , Uiom' iiI'llN'lill'l' Marcliionc 6' Svllilll' lffiilur . .. Slmrls lfrlilor ... l'atlil,0sc0 , ....... ,lm-an XX astlvr Ifllfllllf' .4rl1'isor .. Mr. I,ilillt'Ll5 Wirigill 'J ' v. 5? 1 . . .. -2 2 S- 'i"-. f'. ix N w w x I I Y Y r P I i I E w V 5 1 Bi i i Mrs. Alice Addy Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Atltly Bobby Addy James A. Addy Mr. and Mrs. James P. Addy Al and Barbara Anne and Gene Jessie Barton Mary E. Basler Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Baublitz Mr. and Mrs. James G. Bechtel Doris Benner Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Benner Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Benner Bettie and Ruth Ann Betty Ann and Ann Anne Birx Helen Bittrolff Nancy Blevins Bohunk Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boone Mr. and Mrs. Lee M. Bremer Joseph Brusini Margaret Carr Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Garter Barbara Chapple Charlotte and Nat Connie, Katie and Pat Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Corrigan, Jr. Lt. and Mrs. Joseph P. Corrigan, lll Pat Corrigan Tom Davis Dawn and Malcolm Margie DeFalco Diane and Vada Dot and Jake Dot and Jay Dot and John Carol Duckwall Echo and Walt Bond J. Ellison Evelyn and Tom Lillian Faber Mr. and Mrs. Francis Fiddler Doris Lee Fisher Miss Grace Foerster Lorraine Foerster Fonts and Augie Sarah Jane Franci Kitty Franklin A Friend A Friend of the Senior A Friend of the Senior Gina and Jay Ginny and .lack Ginny and Tom George and Janice Mary Grace Gettings James P. Glass Grace and Bob PATRONS Hope Greenwell Patricia Ann Guinby Mrs. W. R. S. Gwynne Pat Hagan John Harrison Kathleen Hart Betty Hartley Henry and Gene Cliff Hensler John H. Hill Dave "Baron" Hodge Don Holler George E. Hohl Carole Holmes Donald K. Hughes Jackie and Jim Jean and David Jeanne and Dale The .lensens Joan and Patsy Joan and Vivian Joanne and Curt Joe and Dave Johnny and Nancy Lee Mr. and Mrs. Edgar W. Jones Mrs. Ann Kelleher Allen Kershman Ann Kilgour Mr. and Mrs. James Knight Betty Koneyak Laurel and Louisa Lawrence G. Little Lois and Ed Mr. and Mrs. John Locke Joan Loss Bill and Joyce Maczis Kay Maisenhalder Mitch Martin Ann Mattingly Mr. and Mrs. Chas. J. Mattingly Joseph G. Mattingly Mary Agnes Mattingly Miles Mattingly Marie and .lack Mary and Pat Mary Ellen and Emory Mary Jane and Bob Mary Lou and Fred Don McBrien Dick McCall Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Mears Jean Migliarini Raymond Migliarini Yvonne Miller Mim and Gus W'arren Mitchell Mona Lou and Patsy Ann Harry Moore Mr. and Mrs. Jerome P. Murray Nina and Chuck Mildred Newcomb Barbara Nyce Ozzie and Helen Uzzie and Liz Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Pa Wm. A. Parsons, lll Pat Pat and Mary Jane and Ron Perry and Kitty Betty Phillips Phyllis and Elaine Dcan and Joan Julia Pohlman Mr. Francis Potts Mrs. Francis Potts Mr. P50115 and Mrs. William Price Sue Pringle Denny Psoras "Whale" Rice Donald F. Rogers Room 313 Newell "The Rowdies' Eli Bet Mr. and Mrs. E. O. von .S. ty Lou Schncid Raymond L. Scott 2nd floor West B'hoys Shirley and Doris Shirley and Keith Shirley antl Lois Beatrice Sicklcr Mrs. Bessie Steinacker Schwerdtner Mr. and Mrs. John F, Steinacker Miss Lillian Stierholf Sue and Lou Bobbie Summer' Ted and Bea Thelmar and Joanie Tony and Dee Franny Torino Tracey and Ellis Mr. and Mrs. A. Morris Trent, Jr. Univac Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Voelker Janet Voelker Dick Wallace John J. Weber Don Wenck Miss Emma E. Weyfort A rt Whalley Ex elyn White Frank White John White Rev. and Mrs. G. G. Wi Janice L. Whitehurst Mr. Mr. Nlrs Mr. h hitehurst and Mrs. R. L. Wilkerson and Mrs. W. Mnilliamson . Raymond Wood an d Son and Mrs. H. Douglas Woodburn Kenneth A. Wray The Wright Sisters Miriam Kolodner Zerw itz 119 Senior Class Directory .lanu-5 Arthur Adtly 2316 Annapolis Rd. Baltimore 30. Md. Elve-ra Mae Anderson 5.337 Oakland Rd. Baltimore 27, Md: Loia Gassman Anrke R.D. 45, Box 221 Pafadena, Md. Patricia Marie Beck 63 E. Antietam St. Hagerstown, Md. Dori? Marie Benner 260T Larchmont Dr. Baltimore T, Md. Lois Eleanor Beste 2-105 Alhien Ave. Baltimore 14, Md. Carole Kathryn Carey 331 Sheridan Ave. Baltimore 12, Md. Barhara Ann Chapple 620 Tunbridge Rd. Baltimore 12, Md. Jon-phine Dora Collin, 1618 llllillon St. Baltimore 18, Md. Jean Elizabeth Arnold 408 Colby Rd. Pikesviile 8, Md. Louiba Axon 344 Nichols Ave. Baltimore 21, Md. Evelyn Corinne Bechtel 3219 Almond Ave. Baltimore 13, Md. Conatance Eugenia Boone R.F.D. -Q5 Frederick, Md. Barbara Grey Bowles 1568 Pentwood Rd. Baltimore 12, Md. Marjorie Teresa Canino 6124- 54th Ave. Riverdale, Md. Compliments of R I ' TOWSON, MD. For All Your Drug Store Needs KAUFMANN'S PHARMACY York Road and Chesapeake Ave. Phone: VA 3-3900 I I the store where you feel at home nearest your home O Downtown 0 Furniture Store 0 Edmondson 0 Belvedere THE NEW- AIR-WAY SANITIZOR Ame-rica'a most imitated-hut never matched Vacuum Cleaner For free showing in your own home call RICHARD R. CUTLER-TU 9-5134 T O W S 0 N ms.:rz:gtffS FIRST BANK IN TOWSON f ATIGNAL :::.z::1:".::f. RZFIBB k' I-5B A N K warn an mg DRIVE-IN SERVICE Founded 1886 Member: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporatio HWe Grow Our F lowers" GEO. W. RADEBAUGH 8 SONS FLORISTS and GREENHOUSES 120 BURKE AVENUE ToWsoN 4, M Telephone: VAlley 5-4300 D SENIOR CLASS DIRECTORY Jeanne Marilyn Cooley Brookeville, Md. Helen Patrieia Corrigan 4709 Alhambra Ave. Baltimore 12, Md. Carol Aline Himmelfarl 3100 Dorehefter Rd. Baltimore 15. Md. Faye Blanton Curtis 161-3 Waverly Way Baltimore 12. Md. .lean Carter Cyphers T05 Kingston Rfl. Baltimore 12, Md. x Cumming Theodore Lewis Danish 105 Ninth Ave. Baltimore 25, Md. Margaret Lee Davis Hammonds Ferry Rd. Lintliieum Heights, Md. Margaret Mt-lvina Delraleo 4905 Midwood Ave. Baltimore 12, Md. David Allen Deflralft 223 N. Milton Ave. Baltimore 24, Md. .lean Lumm Donnell Maple-ville. Nld. Laurel Donovan 579 Beeehfield Ave. Baltimore 29, Md. Norma ,lean Dulfey 1241 N. Curley St. Baltimore 13, Md. Carl .lark Dueterliotf 115 Park Drive Baltimore 28, Md. Dorothy Helen Edwards 714- N. Port St. Baltimore 5, Md. lona Mona Lou Evans Box 88. Mt. Lake Park. Md xlillflbllll Welrstrr Ewell Baltimore, Md. C 121 ln ARCHER, and in our famous. dependable 11 X 1illlIlll1PI'1ll" . SENIOR CLASS DIRECTORY lfaiy Carolyn lfarra-11 121 lfatlwtlral St. Xnnupolis, Md. lfay Wvalkvr Fitzgerald Box -104, Edgvwood, Md. Laura Katharinv Fovkln-r 118 North AVP. Hagerstown. Md. tliw-ly Katz Franklin 3711- Forrn-at Park Avv. Baltimorv 16, Md. Mary Lillian Frantz Box 36, Timonium, Md. NI ary llrucv Hn-ttings lallftnn. Md. u I':1'1l0 Mat' Lantz lllffimvr T306 Old Harford Rd. Baltimore 14. Mil. Louis Edward Got-114-kc 3009 l10Boisc Avo. Baltimore 14. Md. Juni' Bvtay Coldcn 2104- Callow Avo. Baltimore 17, Md. Ruth Goldstein 5148 ,lonquill Baltimore 15, Kolwrt Bryant Hanson .1316 G11-n Avi: Baltimore 15, Md. Leona 1'1arln'r 2319 Dvrhy Hd. Baltimoru 9, Md. Nancy Louclla Harrihon 2509 Brohawn Avo, Baltimore 30, Md. Joan Louise Hoffman 218 W. Sixth St. Waynesboro, Pa. Gt-orge Edgar Hohl i tx ml You can see and feel the c1if1'cret1Ce in clothes when STAQNU-lileatletl SziN -is t tPR0CE55 P' l - r Q. X rc el' ' T-Hour Drirv-In Svrrir-v 100 York Road, opp. 'Telephone Building Ave. 26D Oak Grove Drive Md. Baltimore 20, Md. Ol" MP2 nfogmenf ES A mm CLUB 1 ,gum f f l K I 2 Inger M 2 po 'ULL C t"' A and 10 Popular Flavor: PUSL W it mis SE PoPt'1,AR QILLYB B1zu5RAc,L to INC E Middle River 20 Md P? Phone: MUrdo1'la 7 3400 122 Senior Class Directory Mary Ellen Hougllland 2703 Arundel Rd. Mt. Rainier, Md. Lois Elizabeth Houk 4101 Hickory Ave. Baltimore 27, Md. Patricia Mary Jackson 44 Erdman Ave. Princeton, N. J. Karen Duval Jocolrsen 22 Aigburth Rd. Towson 4, Md. Charlotte Doris Jones 4026 Falls Rd. Baltimore 11, Md. Carolyn Ross Kelly 5006 Erdman Ave. Baltimore 5, Md. Allen Kersllman 2518 Oswego Ave. Baltimore 15, Md. Dawn Folk Kidd 1321 W. 37th St. Baltimore 11, Md. Ann Cecilia Kilgour 507 Sudbrook Rd. Pikesville 8, Md. Dorothy ,lane Knight 3108 Northern Parkway Baltimore 14, Md. Betty ,loan Koneyak 1703 Wilson Point Rd. Baltimore 20, Md. .loyce Marie Kretzer Route 1, Clear Spring, Md. Arthur Peter Kulick 124-8 Riverside Drive Baltimore 30, Mal. Phyllis Ann Lacy T17 Cotter Rd. Harundle, Md. Patricia Del'earsa11 Lawrence T345 Yorktownc Drive Towson 4, Md. Compliments of TOLLGATE RESTAURANT 107 York Road TOWSUN 4, MD. Tllxedo 9-5134 THE DICK REEVES ORCHESTRA "Popular Music ut Popular Prices" 4621 Kernwood Ave.-12 Towson Artist Sr Drafting Supply Co. 33 York Rd., Towson 4, Md. Closest Art Supply Store to State 'l'e-at-ln-rs College llilrson llreeting Cards 10921 Discount to students upon presentation of Activity Card on purchases ol Art Supplies H0llenshade's Texaco Service Station York Rd. at Burke Ave. TOWSON 4, MD. Compliments of TOWSUN THEATRE 512 York Road TOWSON 4, Mn. 19 WV. Pennsylvania Avenue I . .t TDWSON. MD. nam YA :s.u:s:so C Corsage Stylists C Distinctive Arrangements 0 Wedding Specialists 0 Funeral Designs and at complete line of Flowers Blooming and Green Fringe Plants Flowers by Wire County and City Delivery THE ARUNDEL CORPORATION BALTIMORE 2. MD. DREDOINO - ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION SAND - GRAVEL - STONE COMMERCIAL SLAC SENIOR CLASS DIRECTORY Helen Elizabeth Lindsay New Windsor, Md. Katherine Henrietta Link 1TOT Arbutus Ave. Baltimore 27, Md. Lawrence Calder Little .Ioppa Rd., Fullerton, Md. Patricia Ann Losco 117 Sycamore Rd. LinthicuII1 Heights, Md. ,Ioan Elsie Loss T801 Elmhurst Ave. Baltimore 14, Md. Mary Lou Louthan Rockville, Route 4, Md. Mary .Iane Mack 3603 Alameda Circle Baltimore 18, Md. Kay Louise Maisenholder 115 Powell Ave. BelAir, Md. Jerald Arthur Malin 4808 Reisterstown, Rd. Baltimore 15, Md. Sherry Lorraine Mangold 5532 Carville Ave. Baltimore 27, Md. Barbara Hoch Moranto 5600 Lothian Rd. Baltimore 12, Md. Anthony George Marchione Route 16, Box S06 Baltimore 20, Md. Mary Jane Mattingly Leonardtown, Md. Margaret Fontaine Maury 5511 Prospect St. Chevy Chase 15, Md. Richard Eldon McCall 2101 Kentucky Ave. Baltimore 18, Md. ARUNDEL-BROOKS CONCRETE CORPORATION PRE-MIXED CONCRETE Certified Quality from Graded Materials Office and Plant: 921 S. Wolf Street BALTIMORE 31, MD. 124 YOUR CONVENIENT NEIGHBORHOOD BANK For every modern banking service, your neighbors turn to the friendly Second National Bank, with its convenient Drive- In Branch on the York Road. Open a savings or checking account now. THE SECOND NATIONAL BANK of Towson Member: F.D.I,C. COM PLI M EN TS OF A FRIEND BEST WISHES Senior Class Directory Rose Anderson Metzbower 512 Beaumont Ave. Baltimire 12, Md. Lillian Ruth Miller 3907 Labyrinth Hd. Baltimore 15, Md. Marilyn Keller Molesworth Route 3, Mt. Airy, Md. Helen Anita Morningstar 5611 Greenhill Ave. Baltimore 6, Md. Jerome Moylan 3100 Baker St. Baltimore 16, Md. Patrieia Ellen Murray Box 82, Port Deposit, Md. Frances Nadelmam -1-500 Garrison Blvd. Baltimore 15, Md. Jacqueline Walker Nolan 802 Calor Ave. Baltimore 18, Md. Alvina Mary Oberle 4-11 N. Glover St. Baltimore 24, Md. Charles Edward O'Brien MH- S. Longwood St. Baltimore 23, Md. Patricia Ann Ogden -1601 Walnut Aye. Yvashington 21, D. ff. Irene Elizabeth Paul 807 Platinum Ave. Baltimore 21, Md. Rita Ann Perkins 331 Dixie Drive Towson -l-, Md. Ardelle Sandra Phillip- lTl6 E. 23th St. Baltimore- 13. Md. T 0 W E R L I G H T mrs.-a.. .x .... 1'i.al1a,.. Fishing lfreek. Md. lierhlem- Standln-y Pirlu-ns 823 ll Dartmouth Bd. Baltimore 12, Md. 5 T50 ON YOUR DIAL Jean Lumm Prince 806 Overbrook Rd. Baltimore 6. Md. Raymond Le-Roy Reu 3111 Rosekemp Ave. Baltimore 14. Md. Robert E. Rhine-hart 30 llunvale Rd. Towson 4. Md. Charles Edward Rice 516 Wilson Place Freulericli. Md. SENIOR CLASS DIRECTORY Sflllillg Janet Preston Rice 50 Westniorelaiid St. XY'estminster. Md. Donna Marie Rinehart Route 5. Hagerstown. Md. Patricia Dove Robbins 6214 Liberty Heights Baltimore T, Hd. Donald Fred Roger 3420 Pait Ave. Baltimore 24. Md. ,loan Holmes Roger 2303 Yorkuav Dundalk 22. Md. Terrare Patricia Ann Ryan T109 Webster St. Landover Hills. Md. Elizabeth Anderson Schmid 901 Nichols Drive Laurel, Md. Harriett Toba Schwartzman 4014 Edgewood Rd. Baltimore 15, Md. Xancy Cecilia Shower Westilxinster, Md. Judith Blandell Shuster 4004 Annellen Rd. Baltimore 15. Md. 126 Senior Class Directory Marjorie Levit Silverman 4101 Garrison Blvd. Baltimore 15, Md. .Annabelle Elizabeth Singer R.F.D. 1, Union Bridge, Md. Patsy Ann Skirven Rock Hall, Md. Gloria Elaine Snyder Route 16, Box 65-A Colden Ring Rd. Baltimore 21, Md. Ann Janet Stine Route 1, Box 303 Knoxville, Md. Gloria Itter Todd Route 10, Box 321 Sparrows Point 19, Md. Elizabeth Hunt Tomaszewycz 115 Old Court Rd. Pikesville 8, Md. Frances Madeline Torino 3617 Brehms Lane Baltimore 13, Md. Arha Morris Trent, Jr. 419 Elmwood Rd. Baltimore 6, Md. Joan Bankard Trent 419 Elmwood Rd. Baltimore 6, Md. Margaretta Ensor Trower 220 Donnyhrook Lane, Apt. Towson 4, Md. Theodore Cust Yenetoulis 6325 N. Charles Street Baltimore 12, Md. Mary Janet Yoelker 31-29 Dudley Ave. Baltimore 13, Md. Samuel Richard Walla4'e TOT Dunkirk Rd. Baltimore 12, Md. Marion Dirrispino XYalter 2703 Keyworth Ave. Baltimore 15, Md. Tfxedo 9-T243 ALHAMBRA ROOFING COMPANY SIATE. Maru. BUILT L'P Roofs Grrrsizs 84 Srovrixo - SIDING Smxouzs Free Estimates 600 YYillow Avenue BALTIMORE 12. MD. Joseph Corrigan. Jr. Bernard Russell E. HANNAHS i H. Scmruxc H. AND S. ESSO SERYICENTER TIRES - BATTERIES York and Pennsylvania Aves. YA 3-9833 Phone : VA 3-91'41 CANNON SHOE STORE Ample Selection of Campus Casuals 507 York Road Towson 4, Md. Congratulations and Best finishes to the CR.-iDI'.-ITES of 1955 IIT ER' ' J . , D -K dh-772076 .... I 0204073 Compliments of GROOM'S RESTAURANT RUN RIGHT TO R E A D S 303 York Road Towson 4, Md. 127 1- -- - -13:-1 Every Suvvess to the CLASS OF 1955 Senior Class Directory Bernire Jean Wastler Liliertytown, Md. Shirley Mears Wllitt- lllll'5I 117 Marburtli Ave. Tow son 4, Md. Raymond Louis Wil T906 Aiken Ave. Baltimore 1-l, Md. kerson Senior Class Directory Joan Gilferd Will 610 Winston Ave. Baltimore 13, Md. 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