Valley High School - Lance Yearbook (Lonaconing, MD)
- Class of 1956
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The troph1es whrch we have won stand out as the accomplrsh
ments of co operatron and teamwork bythe student body of Valley
l-hgh School The youth commg and gomg wrll surely add glory
to Valley by addlng to thls collectlon The purpose for the 1955
56 edrtlon of the Lance rs to record the deeds of the boys and grrls
who for the past years have galned honor erther by addrng to thxs
collectlon or stnvrng to do so
sponsor Mrss Sterbutzel assrstant sponsor Mrss Hoback for art
assrstance and Mr Petry our prmcrpal for all the help they
have grven us We would lrke to recognlze our photographers
Ruhl s Studios, Delmar Studros Mr Grandstaff and Mr Lrndsay
Our class wants to extend our thanks to Mr, Hodgdon, our
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We dedlcate thxs annual to one who has brought
honor to Valley Hxgh School through h1S servlce to the
boys of our vanous athleuc act1v1t1es Hrs patlence
endurance and h1s farth have produced teams sur
passed by none rn the freld of sports Deeply appre
c1at1ve of all th1s we the Lance Staff of 1956
dedlcate th1s book to our coach John C Meyers,
Congratulations and best wishes to you, the Class of 1956.
You are now about to cross the threshold into adult life. You
have spent many years preparing for this. As you look back it has
been a very brief period, but as you look ahead it is like infinity.
Each moment will bring something new to be solved, some situa-
tion to be faced. You can 't turn back the clock, youmust keep going
We hope that the attitudes, character and personality we have
helped you mold will always serve you well and effectively. Your
happiness and success is always our concern. Remember that to
be happy you must decide what you want to do and then use all of
your ambition and ability to achieve the goal.
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JAMES PAUL FRASE
Fort Ashby, West Virginia, claims our
teacher of General Science and Physics,
Graduated from West Virginia University,
likes gardening, flowers and vegetables
MISS MARY MARGARET STERBUTZEL
Bom in Masontown, Pennsylvania, now
hails from Cumberland, Her A, B, was
earned at Seton Hill College, There are
hopes of an M,A, - someday - from
West Virginia University, That worried,
hurried look comes from meeting SHIELD
MRS, MARGARET BELL SLOAN
A graduate of Western Maryland College,
She teaches English, French 1 and 2, Latin
1 and 2, Her hobbies are gardening and
duplicate Bridge, Born in Lonaconing,
KENDRICK Y, HODGDON
Born on the Kennebec, "Down East in
Maine", roots for the Red Sox, teaches
Biology and Chemistry, Graduated
from the University of Maine and
Miami of Ohiog likes making fish
chowder, hiking and fishing, Girls
who chew gum and Cindy keep him
MRS, DORIS B, MITCHELL
Born in Barton, Maryland, She teaches
music, She was graduated from the
University of West Virginia, and the Blue
Ridge University, During her leisure time
she likes to read and dance,
MRS, ELIZABETH M, COOPER
Another Lonaconing native She collects
antiques and likes to cook Teaches
Social Studies Reading and Core Favor
ite color is red Graduated from Western
Maryland Her Joy is teaching
THOMAS PETER STAUP
Was born in Lonaconing, He teaches
Social Studies and was graduated from
the U, of M, in 1952. His hobbies are
hunting and fishing,
MISS ALYSANN BRADBURN
Born in Meyersdale, Pa, She earned her
B, S, degree at Carnegie Tech and teaches
shorthand, typing and office practice,
Likes Pittsburgh Steelers' football team,
horseback-riding and Chevrolet converti-
bles, Spends a lot of her time with her
horse, Captain, and her Dalmatian dog,
MRS, DEWEY BURNS
Graduated from the University of West
Virginia, Teaches Home Economics to
junior High, Likes to sew real well,
keep scrapbooks of ideas for homes and
collect recipes, Pet Apeevez Students with
CALVIN G, RANKIN
The man from Defiance, Pa, that is,
He graduated from Shippensburg College
and U, He teaches typing and Com-
mercial Law, Likes TV and photography,
but Marcia Ann takes up most of his time,
MRS SARAH WILSON
Born in Keyser Her hobby is oil painting
Favorite color 1S pink Favorite football
team is Notre Dame Attended Potomac
State Mary Baldwin Frostburg State and
West Virginia University
MRS, PAULINE HAMILTON
Coaches our girls' team, Likes reading and
baseball games, Graduated from Frostburg
Normal and attended University of Maryland,
Born in Keyser, W, Va,
RICHARD C, FRAM
Frostburg's son teaches Math to seventh
through ninth grades, He graduated
from Frostburg State Teachers College,
His hobbies are sports, especially bas-
ketball and football,
MISS CATHERINE MANLEY
Born in Midland, Teaches Junior High
Science, Graduated from State Teach-
ers and University of Maryland, Likes
traveling, nature study, reading and
Beech-Nut chewing gum,
MISS MARTHA ONEILL MCDONALDSON
Lives in Flat Rock, Barton, Teaches
special Junior High Reading, Social
Studies and English classes, Graduated
from University of Maryland, Likes
roses and shopping in "big" stores,
Born in Morrison, A fs ,
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T, E, CONROY
Born in Barton, He attended Frostburg
State Teachers College, Bowling Green
Business University, University of
Maryland and Summer School at
Hopkins University, He teaches
Typing, Business Math and Bookkeep-
ing, His hobby is Television and he
is also owner of the Electric Appliance
Store in Lonaconing,
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MRS, CONRAD HOHING
Born in Lonaconing, Teaches Senior
Home Economics, Attended Drexel
Institute and University of Maryland,
Likes the Bishop Workshops, needle
point, good china and silverware and
LILIAS C, ABBOTT
A native of Lonaconing and a graduate
of Frostburg State Teachers, Teaches
Junior High Mathematics, Her hobby
is collecting books in silk bindings,
MR. DURWARD DEFFENBAUGH
Bom in Barberton, Ohio and graduated
from Fairmont State College. His hob-
bies are hunting and fishing. He likes
his job teaching Industrial Arts to Sen-
ior High boys. His favorite food is steak.
MRS. NORA C. TROXELL
Bom in Middleport, Ohio. Hobbies are
reading, painting and singing. Favorite
color is brown. Graduated from Ohio
State University. She likes the student's
eager interest in leafing through mag-
MR. FREDRICK H. SHEELEY
Our visiting teacher hails from St. James,
Maryland. Being street commissioner,
Rotary Secretary and with three chil-
dren he has no time for hobbies. Roots
for Maryland and FSTS, his alma maters. '
MR. JOSEPH K. HAUGAN
Bom December 1905. He teaches In-
dustrial Art, Cabinet Making and Plas-
tics. He attended University of Minne-
sota, State Teachers College, Mankato
Minnesota, Pennsylvania State College,
State Teachers College, Califomia,
Pennsylvaniag and Dunwoddy Institute,
MISS MARIE MERRBACH
A Lonaconing native, recorded school
records at Central till the new school
was a castle - completedg been behind
the counter at Valley since its opening
in 1953, tells the world of Valley hap-
penings via morning paper, the voice
in the classrooms coming through the
MR. JAMES D. PREASKORN
Guidance and driver education Roots
for the Mountaineers, his alma mater
Likes bridge and football.
Was born in Barton, Maryland. Likes
are too varied to mention. His hobby is
sports. Graduated from Frostburg State,
and University of Maryland.
MISS ELIZABETH T, LOVE
Born in Barton. Hobbies are hiking, read-
ing and playing the piano. Favorite color
is brown. Enjoys working with all children.
Teaches English and Social Studies.
MISS ESTHER HOLZSHU
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Born in Lonacontng. Hobbies are reading,
and making jewelry. Likes travel and
adventure. Graduated from Columbia gk .4 A
MRS. WILLIAM L. BEYERS
Our math teacher was born in Pennsyl-
vania. She likes reading, traveling, and
math. Graduated from Lawrence High
School, New York, Western Maryland
College, and Columbia University.
MISS MARGARET H. SLOAN
Born in Lonaconing. Likes to travel,
and read. Graduated from Central High,
Frostburg State, University of Maryland,
Wayne University, william and Mary
MISS BETTY RUTH HOBACK
Our art teacher was born in Wytheville
Va. She attended Wytheville High
School and Radford College. She likes
photography, outdoor sketching and
McKeesport, Pa. is the birthplace of our
industrial arts teacher. He graduated
from State Teachers College, California
Pa. He likes to take his son sleighing,
and eating breakfast.
MISS VIRGINIA BONAR
Our new Junior High Home Ecomonics
teacher was born in Glendale W. Va.
She likes to go swimming, collecting
stamps and, naturally, sewing. She
graduated from University of West
Coach is a native of Lonaconing.
Graduated from Central, Frostburg
State Teachers, and U. of M. Likes
athletics, and is working on his Ph. D.
He also spent four and one half years
in the service,
MRS. MARGARET H. SOWERS
Our Junior High English teacher was born
in Lonaconing, Md. She graduated from
Central school, State Teachers College,
and attended these summer schools: Johns
Hopkins, Columbia, University of Md. and
Western Md. She likes gardening and
JOSEPH L. DERRY
Letter writing and reading are the hobbies
of our music teacher, He was born in
Salisbury, Pa. and graduated from Meyersdale
High School, Carnegie Tech. , and Penn State
History and Math teacher. Born in Meyers
dale, Pa. he graduated from Meyersdale
High School, State Teachers, and Univ-
ersity of Maryland. The ex-soldier likes
basketball, football, hunting, and fishing
WILLIAM CAMPBELL ABBOTT
JOHN EVERALD ATKINSON
Bill is a likeable, hardworking
young man. He likes greenbacks,
the "Indians", movies and sports.
Active member of Hi-Y and yells
loudest at Va1ley's games. Dis-
A short, stocky, curly haired chap
who likes sports, dancing, Mary
Lou, and going places in his Ply-
A dark haired boy who is a
talker. Likes all sports, girls,
Chev's,, and dancing. Dis-
likes homework, going home
early, coming to school on
Peppy blue -eyed lass.
Musically inclined. Easy to
get along with, Always happy,
Likes Homer, dislikes home-
Does what comes naturally, goes
dancing several times a week,
keeps glancing down Piedmont
way. Ambition to become an
A very friendly boy who is liked by
everyone. He especially likes to go
to Midland, dislikes school.
DONA LD A NDREW AMORUSO
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COLLEEN SOMA BEEMAN MAURICE RICHARD BENNETT
ANNA MAE BISHOP
RUBY A RLENE BIT TIN GER
Full of life, friendly, and very
easy to get along with. Likes sports,
week-ends at the Lake, looks for-
ward to summer. Dislikes argu-
ments about the "year book, "
Likes to travel the lonely road to
Midland and dislikes school.
A quiet girl with blonde hair and
pretty blue eyes. Likes swimming
and dislikes washing dishes.
He is a very good-looking boy with
light curly hair and big blue eyes.
He likes to work but not too hard.
This short, blue -eyed, quiet girl
enjoys the company of a red-hair-
ed guy from Midland. She is also
very courteous and friendly.
Tall, blond, pleasant, likeable chap.
Outdoor type with plenty of up and go.
Likes hunting, dislikes his sister,
JOHN CALVIN BITTINGER
JOHN EDWARD BOAL
CARLENE MARY BOETTCHER ROBERT B051-EY
SHIRLEY FRANCES BROA DWATER
Dark haired girl who is very quiet
and is a pleasure to have as a class-
Always cracking jokes, likes to
shoot pool, spends his time with
"Fritz", doesn't like school.
Likes the Marines and dislikes the
A red head who is cute friendly,
and loads of fun. She doesn't
like staying home. The apple of
her eye is a tall brown-haired,
CARROLL DALE BROADWATER
SAMUEL BROOKS BEVERLY ELAINE CLARKE
Likes the girls from Garrett
County, dislikes school.
Likes riding horses and dislikes
mechanical drawin class
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Favorite pastime is going out
with Gladys and Mary. Likely to
succeed as a big business man.
Came to Valley from "Alco."
His favorite pastime is gambl-
ing. Doesn't like asparagus tips
and Shakespeare. Ambition is
to become a pilot.
EPH DANIEL DEVAULT RICHARD DAVID DICK
Laughter, fun and jokes are this little
fellows trademarks. Carl likes sports,
movies, and food, Dislikes the Red
Rather tall, blonde hair, plays basket-
ball and became engaged to Wilbur.
She likes "Chevies" and dislikes
teachers who give homework.
CARL JAMES DONALD ELOISE MARIE DUCKWORTH
Pleasant, easy going, sincere, happy,
pretty and blonde hair sums up the most
attractive girl in our class. Likes gett-
ing up early.
Honor roll student, cheerleader, in music
organizations, full of pep, works in Curtis,
likes neat guys, pet peeve "Cec" doesn't
UDITH ANN DYE DONNA LEE FAZENBAKER
AUSTIN EA RL GREEN
ANNA IUANITA HAUSRATH
A boy with an undecided ambition.
He likes women, especially a girl
from Klondike called Rosalie.
This girl catches everyone's eye
with her pretty coal black hair and
gray eyes. Has a nice personality
and is quiet. She likes chocolate
ice cream and dislikes tests.
Pleasant, friendly and happy go
lucky. She likes Frostburg and a
certain lad by the name of Tommy.
Tall and handsome, likes to travel
to Cumberland to Signal Corps Re-
serves and dislikes Studebakers.
Very active, jesting mannerg polite
and pleasant. Likes dancing, skat-
ing, Buicks and tall boys with dark
hair. Dislikes going home in rainy
Verna can be seen everywhere she
goes with Jim. Assets - long blond
hair and big blue eyes. She likes
black and white Fords, and steaks.
PHYLLIS JEAN GREEN
CHA RLES ALEXANDER HA USRATH
Lois JANE Howlett VERNA ROSE HUNT
CORA LEE INSKEEP
CA TI-'ERINE ARLENE JONES
MA RLENE LOUISE KA MP
Plans to become a teacher mlsses
Ellre comes from Barton has a
lrkable personalrty Everybody s
A tall blonde who gtves the grrls
a rough trme Ltkes to become
Mayor of Gllmore Dtslrkes
Her outstandrng feature rs her
black haxr She IS qulet and
frrendly She often IS seen at
her srster s playmg wrth the
She IS pleasmg to the eye wrth
her brown harr and gray eyes
Has a very good personality
Lrkes sports and drslrkes baggy
Halls from Avllton she s small
and cute. Works ln store on trme
Interested 1n a tall nice lookxng
senlor w1th a car. Goes to movres
rn spare trme
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BETTY JEAN KALLMYER
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CAROLE JEAN McFAR.LANE
Petite, easy going. Friendly, fun to
be with. Likes dark haired boys,
and dogs. Dislikes books and home-
A short boy who has blond hair
which is very thin. Likes sports,
going to Midland, dancing. Dislikes
having the girls telling him what to
do on dates.
Friendly, sincere with a lot of pep
and ambition. Likes money, es-
pecially NICOLS and blue Chevs.
Dislikes getting up early and low
marks on report card.
The quiet, studious type. Can be
recognized by the fancy trim on her
glasses. Her favorite pastime is
being with Jack. Dislikes commer-
cials on radio.
Studious, quiet, nice, and friendly.
Likes dancing, swimming, playing
the piano, and tall dark headed
fellows in the Tea Store.
Pretty long brown hair and blue eyes.
Active in cheerleading. Likes driv-
ing, dislikes walking to school.
WILLIAM EDWARD MCCORMICK
ZEN NIA MAE MACKLEY
JOANNE HELEN MCPARTLAND DEANNA MARTIN
WILLIAM ANDREW MOFFATT
KEITH FLOY D MORRIS
A tall smart lad who likes sports
outdoor life, and root for the
Pirates. Dislikes homework,
walking to school,
Top rate soccer player, high
scorer in '54, second in '55,
originally from "down the
Creek". Likes sports and a
certain girl, dislikes commer-
cials on the radio,
Kieth is a constant compan-
ion of Ioan. He is a quite
likable fellow who does well
jeanie is the girl who decorates
for Christmas, always smiling
and is interested in boys.
Tall, dark, honest, and friendly
with mischievous intentions. Al-
ways jolly. Likes work and hates
women. Ha Ha.
A short lad with a crew cut--who
is bashful around girls, and likes
the Yankees, being manager of
the school teams. Dislikes be-
ing teased and going home early,
JACK LEROY MONGOLD
JEAN FRANCES NICOL
GEORGE DANIEL NIGHTENGALE CECIL THOMAS NINE
MATILDA MA RIA O'ROURKE
NORMA IEAN RAVENSCROFT
Nice, friendly, full of fun and pep.
Likes dancing, swimming, and
handsome basketball heroes. Dis-
likes walking to school, and Martha
Susie can be seen as majorette in
the school band. She likes dancing,
but Kenny is first on her list. Short
curly hair, full of laughs.
Friendly, nice, pretty. Likes pic-
nics, parties, dancing, and work-
ing in the Nut Shop.
Les is a handsome boy who likes
girls, dancing, and outdoor life.
He is active in Cautious Cruisers,
Projection Staff, and a member of
the soccer team.
Outstanding personality, tops in the
sports world, full of fun, curly
hair and good-looking. Doesn't
like to lose a game.
An attractive looking girl with a
nice personality that pleases every-
one. She has brown hair and green
eyes. Likes boys and dislikes com-
mercials on radios.
GERTRUDE LOUISE RAYNER
CHARLES LESTER REIBER
ROBERT GLENN ROBERTSON MARTHA JEAN ROBERTSON
WILMA ANNE ROBESON
HARRY RONALD SHAW
CLARA MARIE SHOCKEY
W1lma IS dark harred and blue
eyed Wllh a lot of pep She lxkes
someone from the Cove and roller
skatmg Drslrkes homework
Llkes to Jltter bug and d1S11kCS
walkmg to school
He lrkes drrvrng hrs convert1ble
and d1S1lk6S workrng rn the servlce
A short blond harred g1rl who l1kes
work and go1ng to the show by her
Easy to get along wrth mam strrng
on glrls basketball squad laughs
easrly runs around wrth Jean IH
A qulet type grrl wrth dark brown
harr and brown eyes She IS a
happy go lucky g1rl who lrkes a
drfferent boy everytlme you talk
to her LIRCS boys drslrkes Drlver s
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He likes to see a particular girl in
Charlestown and dislikes certain
boys from Mount Savage,
Sprite-like and perky, has dark
hair with natural waves. Likes
sports, dancing and outings.
Dislikes walking all the way
from Charlestown each morn-
JOHN ELWOQD SMITH ELDA VIRGINIA SPIKER
Pleasant smile, likes dancing,
skating, and Ross, hates cats.
Can be seen hot-rodding in a
red and white Mercury. Assets
are long black hair and big
A striking personality, very
witty, and friendly. Likes
parties, movies, dancing, A
and fellows in the Navy,
NORMA JEAN SPIKER IOANN MARIE STAUP
A tall dark haired lad who likes to go
to the basketball games. Dislikes being
teased by B.A., B.W. and G.W.
Spends all his spare time in Midland.
Likes to build model airplanes. Played
on the soccer team.
RAYMOND THOMAS STEELE WAYNE STEELE
VERNA DA RLENE STEPHEN
CHARLES LEE THOMAS
A tall dark haired girl from the Ter-
race. Likes to drive the Pontiac.
Likes lots of boys. Dislikes being
teased about her nose.
Cute, friendly, and well liked. Likes
a certain boy named Keith and dis-
likes to walk to school.
A small dark haired lad who reminds
you of Lou Costello. Likes Mr.
Saylor's math class, and Oldsmobiles.
Dislikes to be teased and English.
Hails from Moscow, has artistic abil-
ity, painted lobby windows at Christ-
mas time. Looks especially neat in
her full skirts.
The quiet type with real pretty dim-
ples. Tall and slender. Likes to
watch TV and do housework. Dislikes
homework and books.
A tall white haired boy who likes to
drive around in his Plymouth. Dis-
likes being teased about the way he
JOAN ELIZABETH STEVENSON
ANNA LEE TIMNEY
LOIS MARIE TIMNEY HARRY JOSEPH WARNICK
A tall, thin lass with blonde hair.
Likes Mercurys especially with
Clyde driving. Dislikes teachers
who give homework especially
on holidays and weekends.
You can always tell him by his
red hair and he hails from
Our queen of the winter dance
likes to ride in a '52 Chevie
and likes dancing.
Friendly, sincere, and is a
very good conversationalist.
Likes Dentine chewing gum,
sewing, a special tall blonde
FRANCIS HILLARY WEIMER
HELEN FAYE WILHEIM MARGARET ANN WILLS
Likes to work in Jim Marsha1l's,
Helps out in the office,
"Ar1e ne "
Everyone notices her beautiful
diamond. Wants to be a house
MARY KATHRYN WILSON ARLENE KNIGHT A
September 1952 we were Freshmen Just green Freshmen and no one pald us much heed but we
felt pretty rmportant We were hrgh school students now Oh we drdn t set the world on frre that
year but we d1d st1r up a lrttle smoke We decrded whrch course we should take academrc commer
clal or general Of course all work and no play IS no good so we found ourselves gomg rnto the sports
world Even then our enthusrasm cheered the teams on to vlctory To add a lrttle glamour to the scene
we entered the May Day Celebratron Joan Warnrck and Carole McFarlane were chosen to represent our
class rn th1s prcture pretty pageant
September 1953 Thrs year found us rn a brand new world agarn, or shall we say school It was
a year of makrng new frrends explorrng the new burldmg and tndustrrously stnvmg for better grades
Personalrty trarts made themselves more permanent Cokey Robertson, Donme Amoruso and John
Wrnner advanced to frrst stnng on the basketball court and Donna Fazenbaker and Deanna Martrn helped
cheer the I V s to vrctory
And then came the day we were gorng to be JUDIOTS and so many many rmportant thmgs were
1ng to happen To launch tlns brg year we recerved our class rlngs whrch caused many oh s and ah s
Along about th1s ttme we were advrsed to select class offrcers and sponsor Don Amoruso was elected
presrdent and Mrss Sterbutzel sponsor The May Day Celebratron was resumed after a lapse of one year
Thts year T1ll1e O Rourke and Norma Sprker were Junror Class representatrves Then rn November a
member of our class had the honor of representrng Valley ln the I Speak For Democracy contest We
Cokey ably asslsted by John Wmner and Don Amoruso, contrnued to do us proud by playtng good basket
ball In fact our team went to College Park that year to play rn the state frnals All th1s trme 1n our
mrnds there had been one super speclal event for whlch we had to plan the Juruor Senror Prom A clever
Job of decoratron Wllh blue and wh1te streamers converted the gym rnto a pretty ballroom We danced
we dreamed and we even wrshed, because there was a pretty wrshrng well 1n the center of the dance
floor Thrs l think was the grand ftnale to our eventful Iun1or year
The best was yet to come the most rmportant the most thrtllrng year of all And so one mornrng
rn September rn the year 1955 rt happened we were Senrors at last We embarked upon thrs last momen
tous lap of our Journey through hrgh school wrth the knowledge that we had to make II count Don was
agatn chosen to lead our class There were many decrstons to be made such as how many prctures would
we need how many announcements and name cards The days seemed to slrde by qurckly because we
were busy studymg taklng part rn the operetta the Chrrstmas program and other schoolday acuvrtres
After the Chnstmas vacatron our marn socral rnterest was rn the W M I basketball league As the wmter
season came to a close preparauon for our frnal days became more lntensely lmportant We awarted
anxrously our Prom and thanks to the Junror class the Prom was a success By thrs ume the days left
were so few and the actrvrttes so many that graduatron week was upon us before we realrzed II It was
then that we felt our frrst real tmge of matunty We were gorng out mto an adult world ready to cope
with what lrfe had rn store for us Eagerly, but w1th a trace of sadness we were leavrng Valley and tts
teachers, its good times and IIS trrals The world was ours to conquer' I
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kept right on doing our bit when we sent Donna Fazenbaker to Baltimore to sing with the All State Chorus.
First period everyday for six weeks, some
junior and senior boys and girls switched
their industrial arts and home economics
classes. The boys learned table planning
and setting. The girls learned woodwork,
plastics, and electricity. The climax was
a luncheon cooked by the boys with the girls
as guests. Everyone was pleased and would
like to continue "operation switch." Mr.
Petry's comments were, "very fine, best
spaghetti I had eaten in a long time. "
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First row, left to right: M. Jacobs, J. Steele, M. Bennett, M, Buskirk, R. Custer, J. Foote, H. Garlitz,
R. Kirkwood, H. Fairgrieve, D. Winters, G. Runion, M. McKenzie. Second row: D. Lewis, G. Wilson
R. Llewellyn. J. Dick, D, Dunn, D. Magruder, K. Colmer, C. Metts, D. Moses, L. Duckworth,
Third row: D. Ash, N. Boettcher, M. Blubaugh, B. Rennie, B. Williams, C. Foutz, C. Bosley, N.
Colmer, D. MacDonald, C. Armstrong, J. Davis. Absent when taken: M. Thrasher, D. Wilson, E.
Moore, G. Morris, B. Rennie.
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First row, left to right: R. Fisher, J. Moffatt, J. Atkinson, C. Crable, M. Donald, J, Buckalew, D.
Crawford, C. Meese, B. Byers, G. Asbby. Second row: B. Green, M. Kamp, S. DeShong, D, House,
S. Warnick, M. Duckworth, S. Miller, B. Hamilton, K. Rogish, Third row: B. Neat, D. Lewis, S.
Jones, R. Spiker, B, Moses, W. Warnick, P. Hersick, M. Snyder, J. Baker, J. Ritchie, Fourth row:
W, Foote, R. Pase, F. Garlitz, D. Tharp, H. Jenkins, G. Lauder, J. Stakem, J. Morgan.
Fil-St ww, left 101-ight: M, Poland, B. Jacobs, L. Beeman, D. Buskirk, L. M. Steele, J. fNi1S0H. M-
Tipton. Second row: A. Green, G. Clise, J. Ternent, M. Bittinger, J. McKinley, A. Miller. G. Metz.
Third row: R. Hughs, I. Keller, W. Gowans, R. Wilson, C. Beeman, J. McGruder, G. M0r1tg0mery.
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First row, left to right: M. McKenzie, B. Walters, M. Lee, R. Raynor, C. Lllewellyn, P. Hartman,
M. Loar, D. Shockey, J. Schriver, E. Beeman. Second row: S. Robertson, P. Munson, P, Gallagher,
C. Dye, A. Pysell, E. Crowe, G. Buskirk, B. Dye, H. Atkinson, J. Deniker. Third row: M. Matthews,
C. Ashby, S. Barton, M. Fazenbaker, D. Wiemer, C. Wilhelm, N. Jenkins, J. Whetzel, J. Clise, B.
Ross, P. Bittinger, Fourth row: D. Spiker, I. Lease, B. Phillips, J. Pollack, L. Lemon, J. Meyers, T.
First row, left to right: C. Hadley, M. E. Ravenscroft, R. Beeman, B. Kyle, B. McGregor, J. Ferrens,
E. Tharp, C. Winkler, A. Cesnick, R. Rennie. Second row: K. Clark, S. Moffatt, L. Bittinger, E.
Pierce, B. Clark, S. McKenzie, S. Blank, C. A. High. Third row: C. Buskirk, B. Winters, L. Snyder
W. Wiland, D, Hubertson, D. Bennett, L. League, D. Kyle. Fourth row: L. Densmore, J. Smith, R.
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First row, left to right: S. Hadley, L. Poland, L. Miller, D. Magruder, J. Llewelyn, M. Southerland,
J. Mowbray, J. Gowans, D. Duckworth. Second row: M, Mackley, V. Kyle, G. Langham, R. Love.
J. Lancaster, P. Russell, D. J. Timney, D. Taylor, S. Robertson. Third row: A. Hoffa, W. Raines,
B. Miller, B. Mitchell, B. L. Howell, D. Steiding, W. Clark, B. Kyle. Fourth row: F. Bennett, S.
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row: Coach Myers, Russell, Richmond, Winner, Metts, Spiker, Robertson, M, Kiddy, Young, Batboy
Valley High ended its season in a flash of glory by defeating Bruce in extra innings by a score of 6 to 5
Valley has ten lettermen returning, They and their batting averages are: Cokey Robertson Q,32'Iy, Bill
Moffatt Q, 1255, Butch Young f,313J, John Winner 53333, Jack Atkinson Q,400J, Don Amoruso Q, 2923,
Grover Fazenbaker Q, 2865, John Johnson 1, 1035, Marvin Metts C, 0001. and Kenny Kiddy C, 0001, Butch
Young and Grover Fazenbaker carried the burden of the pitching staff, The Black Knights compiled a
team batting average of ,39'7, but lost some of its power in Spiker, Mundeno, Russell, Richmond and
Marvin Kiddy who graduated,
The Black Knights are expected to complete a better record this year than did last year's team,
' Valley ------ 4 La Salle ---- 5
Valley ------ 6 Hyndman ----- 12
Valley - - - - - 4 Flintstone - - - 2 Valley - - - -2 La Salle - - - - 7
Valley ------ 2 Fort Hill ---- 16 ' Valley - - - - 6 Flintstone - - - - 5
' Valley ------ 0 Mt, Savage - - 17 ' Valley - - - - 1 Fort Hill - - - - - 8
Valley ------ 2 Beall ------ 6 ' Valley - - - - 15 Mt, Savage - - - - -2
Valley ------ 4 Allegany - - - 10 Valley - - - - 3 Beall - - - - - - -10
Valley ------ 5 Bruce ------ 4 ' Valley - - - - 6 Bruce - - - - - - 5
'Valley--- --6 Allegany---- 5
Valley Won - - - 6 Lost - - - - 9 ' Home Games
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Front row, left to right: Metts, Fazenbaker, Duckworth, Young, Brooks, Moffatt, Robertson, Mongold
Steele, Johnson, Lauder, Back row: Coach Meyers, Kiddy, Hobel, Llewellyn, McCormick, Reiber,
Foote, Mummert, Amoruso, Clark, Spiker, Winters,
Valley again reigned as soccer champs for the third straight year, Our three year record at Valley has
21 WiI1S. 1 loss and 2 ties, We haven't had a loss in 22 games,
Coach Meyers said, "This is the smallest squad I've ever coached, but they have made up for lack of
height with tremendous speed and skill, "
We had the league's top scorers in "Butch" Young and the two runnersup in Jack Duckworth and Jack
The Black Knights had four members on the W,M,I, All- Star team, They were Butch Young, Sam
Brooks, Bill Moffatt and Cokey Robertson,
Making the second team were Jack Mongold, jack Duckworth, Grover Fazenbaker and Marvin Metts,
The outlook for another championship next year is good, for the "Detmold Dandies" only lost five
members of their starting team, Moffatt, Steele, Brooks, Mongold and Robertson will be lost through
THE SCORES OUR STARTING LINEUP
Valley Opponent Score G, Bill Moffatt
4 Mt, Savage 1 F, B, Wayne Steele
2 Bruce 1 F, B, George Lauder
2 Flintstone 0 R, H, B, Marvin Metts
5 Beall 0 C. H, B, John Johnson
4 Mt, Savage 0 L, H, B, Sam Brooks
2 Bruce 2 O, R, Bob Robertson
6 Flintstone 0 I, R, Butch Young
1 Beall 0 C, F, Jack Duckworth
First row, left to right: Lauder, Winners, Young, Robertson, Johnson, Dye, Second row: Coach Meyers
Amoruso, Duckworth, Cook, Craze, Hobel. Third row: Donald, Green, Llewellyn, Duckworth, Nines.
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First row, left to right: Mummert, Klipstein, Muir, Garlitz, Foote. Second row: Metz, Llewellyn.
Hobel, Green, Moffat. Third row: Coach Cross, McKenzie, Chappel, Jeking, Manager, Bob Hyde.
The Knights, having only one regular back, Cokey Robertson, dropped two of the first four games.
Then they came on in full array to become contenders for the WMI championship. All Va1ley's games
have been thrillers with a team of five instead of one or two. Cokey, as usual, has played excellent
ball and the Knights have been hitting about sixty to seventy per cent ot their shots. Outstanding scorers
in addition to Cokey have been "Butch" Young and Johnny Johnson and on the defensive side George
Lauder and Johnny Winner have starred. We won the class "B" championship in the county. Cokey
finighgd the regular season with 449 points, missing the scoring title in the district by one point.
VALLEY OPPONENTS VALLEY OPPONENTS
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State Play Offs
Valley Opponents Place and date
Southern 54 Cumberland March 9
Thurmont 36 Cumberland March 10
Arundel College Parke March 16
Valley Opponents Place and date
66 Oxon Hill 63 College Park March 17
QCorkey got 2611
HAIL THE STATE CHAMPS CLASS B I'
First row, seated, left to right: Foote, Shockey, Bishop, Connor, Tharp, Ritchie, Duckworth. Second
row: Chappell, Llewellyn, McPartland, Steele, Timney, Plummer, Deniker. Third row: Coach
Hamilton, Richardson, Miller, Preston, Foutz, Green, Ravenscroft.
The girls' basketball team has done remarkably well this season. Starting with an entirely new team,
having lost six of their regulars, they won a majority of their games. Two of their losses were by only
two points. JoAnn Connor is the leading scorer of the team with 172 points in eight games. Much of
the success can be credited to the guards, Colleen Tharp, Eloise Duckworth, and especially Anna Mae
Bishop who has become one of the best defensive players in the county.
VALLEY oPPoNENTs VALLEY OPPONENTS
' 41 Mt. Savage 25 ' 41 Bruce 43
54 St. Mary's 29 ' 53 Bruce 55
' 43 Alumni 34 ' 20 Hyndman 26
56 Mt. Savage 26 13 Fort Hill 50
49 Hyndman 33 ' 40 St. Mary's 32
' 24 Fort Hill 55
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Editor, Anna Mae Bishop, Assistants, Don Amoruso, Virginia Metzg Business Manager, Harry Warnickg
Typists, Judy Dye, Bill Abbott, Arlene Crowe, Ann Frenzel, Judy Gatrell, Joan Warnick, Helen Wil-
helm, Juanita Hausrathg Sales Manager, Donna Fazenbaker, Lois Colmer, Elizabeth Fitzpatrick, Phyllis
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