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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 16

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PfegeB-4 THE NEWS, Frtdtrkk, Mtryknd » not ___. Gov. Thomas Johnson High To Graduate 329 Seniors i Governor Thomas Johnson' High School will present diplomas to 329 graduating seniors at 8 p.m. Monday, June 8, graduation exercises. Dr. Karl S. Manwiller Jr., principal, said first honors of 1970 Class Valedictorian go to Marcia Ann Mika, with second honors, Class Salutatorian, earned by Patricia Susan Krupp. Third and fourth honors go to Ann Mullinix Miller and Dwayne Douglas Oland, respectively. Honor students Judith Ann Harris and William Michael Corley will deliver addresses. Mr. W. Kenneth Johns is associate principal; Miss Dorothy E Handley, assistant principal: Dale Gancawere. associate principal; Senior High; J. Arthur Mott, associate principal, junior high; and Mrs. Anna May Hughes, adviser. The names of the graduates follow: Stephanie Randall Andrews, Nancy Ann Arm, Sally Lynn Atkinson, Brenda Joyce Bagent, Faith Arlene Baldwin, Karen Sue Jackman Bartgis, Brenda Dawn Earnhardt, Cheryl Elaine Baumgardner, Penelope Marie Beard, Susan Leigh Beveridge, Susan Marie Biehl, Rebecca Mae Blair, Johanna Pauline Biey, Laurie Kristen Boyer, Jocelyn Elizabeth Bragdon, Elizabeth Allman Brinkley, Desiree tanette Brown, Ginger Kay Brown, Susan Elizabeth Brust, Betty Jane Cannon, Tern Jeanne Cannon, LeAnn Ruth Canter, Shirley A. Carbaugh, Beverly Ann Christie. Mary Stephanie Clarke, Patricia Ann Clay, Rolinda Fayne Cline, Constance Sue Cochran, Alesa Mae Crampton, Mary Margaret Creswell, Susan Irene Cromwell, Rosemarie baroara i^ee c r u t c n l e y , Custer, iioroiiiy mm uavis, Joan Denise Davis, Pamela Elizabeth Davis, Elizabeth Annabelle Dennis, Deborah Lee Du^row, Joyce M. Droneburg, Ann Coldwell Elliot, Jill Linden Everhart, Beverly Jane Fauble, Karen Lee Fawley, Frances Ann Fink, Connie May Fink, Donna Mae Fisher, Patricia Ann Fox, Betty Jane Francis, Dale Alicia Ganley, Sandra Kay Gartrell, Marilyn Denise Gaver, Deborah Jane Geiger, Rose Anne Gerone, Angela Darlene Green. Linda Kathleen Green, Marie Elizabeth Griffith, Pamela Ann G r i m e s , D i a n a L y n n Grossnickle, Jeanne Louise Gultey, Lisa Renee Gunneau, Laurel Lynn Hankey, Reba Jean Hargett, Cheryl Lynn Anders, Emily Jane Harrington, Helene Therese Harris, Judith Ann Harris, Jennifer Carol Harvey, Christine Anne Heckert, Linda May Heller, Kathi Ann Horst, Janet Denise Hovermale, Patricia Elizabeth Howard, Charlene Marie Jacobs, Cynthia "Sue Jacques, Betsy Bea Johnson, Anna Lee Kefauver, Carol Ann" Keeney, Judy_Elizabeth Keeney. Nancy Jeanne Kemp, Carol Lynne Keyser, Deborah Jean K i n s e y . V a l e r i e F u g u e t Kleinspehn, Sherry Elaine Klipp, Theresa Marie Knott, Patricia Susan Krupp, Ada M. Lawrence, Alexa Ann Lee, Cynthia Ann Lentz, Sharon Ann Lidie, Sue Ann Long, Nancy Ethel Lorenzen, Joan Maria Lucia, Theresa Mary Lynch, Wanda EuDine passer, Wanda Diane May, Audrey Jean Maupin, Katie Marie McConnell, Sara Lynn McHenry, Margaret Rebecca KcKay, Susan Lynn Mercer, Marcia Anne Mika, Ann Mullinix Miller., Karen Lynn Miller, Kay Elizabeth Milter. Teresa Geniele Moore, Bonnie June Morgan, 1 Pamela Victoria Morrison. Cheryl Lynne Mori. Ginger Lee Murphy, Kathy Ann Murphy, Kristy Ailine Nelson, Jo Ann Orndorff, Prudence Monroe Owen, Geraldine Ann Owens, Deborah Marie Parks, Mary Florence Perkins, Sharon Ann Phelps, Denise Cecelia Porr, Deborah Marie Price, Linda Sue Pritchett, Virginia Mae Ramsburg, Dorothy Lee Rice, Kathleen Marie Ritey, Cynthia Diane Rippeon, Christine Susan Rocus, Carol Ann Rose, Margaret Catherine Sayler, Donna Irene Schrover. MariJvn Sue Shaffer, Nancy Dell Shatto, Sheila Ann Smallberg, Ann Veronica Smith, Patricia Ann Smith. Carol Lee Soil, Tina Faye St. Clair, Rebecca Lorraine Stone, Gabriele Karin Teuteberg, Joan Crum Thomas, Terry Virginia Turner, Diana Lee VanGilder, Virginia Sue Vess, Sandra Lynn Wagner, Janet Irene Warner, Teresa Marie Weddle, Dolores Hope Whipp, Wendy Lou Wilson, Roxanne Witmer, Jane Renee Woodrow, Nancy Ann Woods, Kenneth Clay Abbott, Kenneth Wayne Abrecht, James Allen Altenbern, Paul Williams Anders Jr., Roy Edward Angleberger, David Francis Bach. Donald Nelson Baer, William Thomas Batey, Daniel Stephen Beisel, James Tilden Bell Jr., William Edwin Biddinger, Bruce Alan Blum, John F. Brewer Jr. Mitchell Joseph Brittain, Ty Russ Brooks, Kevin Mansfield Brown, Kenneth Neil Bruchey Jr., D. Paul Calvert, Thomas Earl Caniford, George Calvin Cavenee, William David Chapline, Michael Wayne Clabaugh, Frederick Wilson Clemson Jr., Peter Marlowe Cline, James Rossiter Coghi!!, William Robert Cole Jr., Richard Lee Cook, William Michael Corley, Frederick Frank Costlow, Martin Allen Crabbs, Robert Lewis Crawford, Larry Thomas Cresap, Gary Wayne Crowe, Chessemur Nicolo Paul Cucchiara, Kevin Bruce Danner, James Leroy Devilbiss, Kenneth Kay Devilbiss, Stephen Wilkins Dick, John Charles Doll, Russell Lewis Dorsey. James Dennis Easterday, Stephen Oscar Eaton, Basil Lee Eavey, Roy Wilbur Ellison, Joseph Keith Eyler, Ralph Monroe Feaga, Roger Lee Firor, Gary Wayne Foster, Robert Eugene Fout, Charles Gerald Fox, James Randall Freed, Christopher Walter Frey, Samuel Kevin Gardner, Kurke R. Gary, George Russell Gearhart Jr.. Marc Andrew Given, Charles Harlan Green, Gregory Jon Griffith, Samuel Gerald Guss, Lloyd Thomas Hafle, Charies Wilfred Hamm Jr., Steven Ward Harbaugh, Keith Eric Harsher, Sam Jerome Harper, Byron Lee Hawkins, Mark Warren Hays. Edward Lewis Heckert Jr., Paul Richard Heffner, Kevin John Heslin, Edmund Dennis Hill, George Robert Hoffman, Ronald Lee Hoffman, Ronald Lee H o f f m a n , G a r y W a y n e Hoffmaster, Leslie Shurden Holt HI, David Richard Hood, Dwayne Lyndon Howard, Larry Hunter Hubbard, Barry Lee Jones, David Ray Jones, Marc Alexandra Jounen, Thomas Brian Julian, Christopher Jon Kaeppel, R o n a l d Hubert Kaempf, Robert Wayne Keyser, George Bernard King, Kenneth Wayne Klipp, Lee Frank Korrell, Peter F. Ladino, Charles Raymond Lake!, John Willard Lambert Jr., Robert Walsh Lebherz III, James Clark Lee, Robert Edward Lee Jr. Theodore Gordon Lewis, Ronald Curry Linger, Jay Thomas Linton, Preston Eugene Long, Joseph A. Lubozynski, Michael Bradley Luhn, James Edgar Main, Byron Winebrener Martz, Rodney WUliam McClain, 'Mark Westley Mahlandt, James Ian McNitt, Frank Leon Meadows Jr., Robert Daniel Mele, Wayne F. Miss, John Edward Mitchell Jr., Charles Robert Morgan II, Herman Monroe Morgan, Elton Gene Myers Jr., Howard Scott Neufeld, Raymond Whiting Nuns, Arthur Eugene Oland, Dwayne Douglas Oland, John Jameson Onderdonk, Daniel Patrick Palmer, Wayne Allen Palmer, Richard Ashby Pendleton. Clark Eugene Pnebus Jr., John Dwight Phelps, Michael Leroy Phillips, C. Anthony Poplo, Lance Wayne Purdy, Raymond Franklin Randall Jr., Thomas Franklin Rappold, Dwight Leo Rice, S t e p h e n "Michael Richardson, David Allen Ricketts, Bruce Allen Rob*" 00 / Donald Eugene Roesster, Joseph Francis Ross, Charles David R u m p f , B r a c e E d w a r d Seligmann, Dana Lee Sensenig, Paul William Snuff, Sherman Douglas Snuff, Bernard Marcus Simmons, Stewart M. Smallwood Jr Dennis L. Smith, Drew Sinclair Smith, Dwight Vernon Smith, Charles Leonard Snyder m, Gary Lynwood Snyder, Donald Edwin Specht, John Robert Spinnter. Ronald Floyd Stull, Walter E. Summers, Tee Jay Swann, Timothy Michael Taverner, Christopher Lewis Todd, James Melvin Trail, Olliee Martee Tregoning, Richard Carl Truitt, Kenneth P. Tyeryar, William Meredith Tyeryar Jr., Douglas Carlton VanSant, Leocadio Villarreal HI, Merhl Allen Wachter, Franklin Eugene Wastler Jr., Robert Lee Wastler, Gary Jay Weddle, William Lee Weddle, Larry Darnell Weedon, Randy Lee Wisner, Richie C. Wolfe, John Clinton Wright Jr., John Kenneth Wright Jr., Harold Wesley Young Jr., Blaine Curtis Zigler. Walkersville Lists Motto, Et Cetera By SUE MAINHART Walkersville High School Motto: In the end, the love you make is the love you take; Song: Aquarius; Flower: Baby Orchid; Colors: Lavender and White. Class officers: President, Gary Grossnickle; Vice President Gloria Becker; Secretary, Candy Anderson; Treasurer, Bobby S i g o u i n ; A d v i s o r , M r s Ayersman. Denise Carol Medinger -"Tulip" . . . Likes leisurely weekends . . . refreshing sense of humor . . . " O h ! " . . . has a flair with poetry. Katrina Harner Mercer -"Gussie" . . . chicken scratch writing . . . "You dummy" . received special llth grade present. . . Yearbook editor. Lewis Fountain Peters -"Pete" . . . down to earth farmer . . . animal lover . grins from ear to ear. . . shy but friendly. Rosalie Ann Raber -- "Tonf . . . Carolyn's sidekick . . . "I'l buy that" . . . pleasant smile . . ."I can't do that". Lewis Samuel Ramsburg -"Sammy" . . . spends a lot pi time at the race tracks . . . "Wil you please be quiet, Lewis?" . . easy come, easy go. Donna Jean Renner -- "Sis' . . . likes to take long walks . . pet-peeve: nosy people . . . looks to the bright side. . .good friend Joseph Jerry Stull -- "Jerry" '. . . always in trouble . . gambling man . . . has an answer to everything. . . "Jerry BEHAVE". David Edward Tober -"David" . . . pet-peeve: slow Fords and Plymouths . . . "Skip it" . . speeds around before school. . . Screech. . . erk. Terry Lee Toms -- "Terry" . . . loves to eat but never gains a pound . . . studious 'til 12 . . . seen roaming the halls before classes. Carolyn Jean T r a i l -"Carolyn" . . . waits for those special college holidays with Jimmy . . . moonlight at T.J . . . "Holey Moley". Dan Edgar VanFossen -"Edgar" . . . seen talking to Mr Ayersman . . . can't stanc teachers . . . blushes easily . seen cruising past Ray's store at 8:40. Barbara Ann Warren -"Barbara" . . coast-to-coast student . . . pet-peeve: P.O.D . . . gum cracker with Mary . . "Owl". Kevin William Weddle "Kevin" . . . memory-red- rocking chair . . "Now. Patty' . . . bowling alley spectacular. Susan Teressa Weidman -"Susie" . . . keeps Debbie anc Denise in line . . Boonsboro traveler . . . gum-crackin' ga . . fast talker . . . likes being cheerleader. Larry David Willard -- '·Buzzard" . . . grease-monkey . . . one of the Fountain Rock gang drives a mean Honda 350 Chopper. . . loves fast cars. Carolyn Elaine Wolfe -" C a r o l y n 1 ' . . . T o n i ' s companion . fond of W. Va. boys . . . has the movements of a ballet dancer. Patrick Shelton -- "Mole" . devoted fireman . . always seems to be tied up ... feather weight . . . "I really enjoyed myself!" Robert Wayne Sigouin -"Bobby" . . . shortest boy in Sr. Class, but not in farming . . . gallops horses at Glade Valley Horse Farm before school . . . plans to put height to use as horse jockey. Deborah Elaine Smith -"Debbie" . . . unusual name??? . . Paul McCartney did what?" . . . CiUiet 'til she hears Beatles, then. . . Carrie May Spurrier -"Carrie" . . . sews up a storm . . . waits for Larry . . . will always remember Home-Ec with Sharon. . . that long hair. Deborah Kay Stitely -"Debbie" . . . tutors Ava in math. . . FTA Pres.. . . looking forward to next year . . . "Red rocking chair". Donald LcRoy Strawsburg -- i "Donny" . . . S. Council Pres. . . . always gets hurt in sports . . . hates interior decorator of lockers. . .CENSORED. Brenda Grace Rippeon -"Brenda" . . . loves to cook . quietest girl around . . . friendly . . . lives for graduation. David Ignatius Roderick -"Dave" . . . drives a mean- looking Charger. . . "Boy! look at that!" . . . polite . . . can't stand loud-mouth women. Charles William Saylor, Jr. "Charlie" . . . musically inclined . . . remembers Sadie Hawkins Dance. . . psst. Michael Shelton - "Mole Jr." . . . bicycle man . . . chews the biggest wads of gum . . . " . . Lard!"... Navy-bound. Theodore William Albaugh "Beach Ball" . . . bass horn player. . . green house man . . . "Teddy, please be quite" . . . never gives up. Garry Lee Albright --"Gary" . . . FFA Treasurer . . . soft- spoken . . . well-mannered . "King of the road" . , constantly driving. Candance Sue Anderson -"Candy" . . . Sr. Class Sec. . "her bark is worse than her bite" . . . self-possessed . . . never along. . ."I'll take your word". John MacRay Baker, Jr. -"Jack" . . . always ready for a debate . . . school photographer . . . "Oh, forget it!" . . . "John, where are the pictures!" Jo Ann Beard -- "Jo Ann" . sides w i t h l o s e r s . . Beatlemaniac . . . candy striper . . . "Oh, Miss Jenks" . memory-the day she threw her partial plate in the trash. Sharon Elizabeth Beard -"Sharon" . . . member of "Horn Blowers" . . . Sunday driver. "My gosh" . . : has a mind of her own. . . good with children. Gloria Jean Becker -"Gloria" . . . has a mighty laugh . . . "Bull" . . . good bicyclist . . . selfless . . . concerned . strives to fulfill her ideas. Bonita Ann Bell -- "Bonnie" . . . usually with Sue . . . "Good grief" . . . real music maker ·. . . laughs frequently . . . thinks ^aboutTenn. andGa. Debrah Elaine Bell -"Debbie" . . . cheerleader . all's fair in love and war . seen with Randy . . . "This is ridiculous 1 " . . has worn a path around the halls. Donald Lee Biser -- "Bonnie" . . . can be seen stocking shelves "Try your best, and teachers will do the rest" . . . "Rabbit- man". Rose Mary Boone -- "Rose Mary" . . . sincere . . . friendly . . . "Who's Ted? . . . thoughtful . . . soft-spoken . . . has an aptitude for bookkeeping. Margaret Annette Bourland -"Annie" . . . likes to have things done now . . . impatient at times . . . moonlights at F.C.C activist. . .ExplorerScout. Patricia Ann Burrier -"Tatty" . . . always involved . . "These X'? 7 /g writeups" . . . FHA Pres. . . . "Woopee- doo" . always with Paul. Douglas Monroe Cramer -"Hairless" . . . hates grease. . . member of the "Toad" . . remember-Quick-silver Messenger Service Concert . . mumbles his complaints . . . silent protestor Allan Irvan Cregger -"Creature" . . . dislikes Physics homework . . . "Hey, Groovy" . never do today what you can put off 'til tomorrow constantly wisecracking. Sharon May Crum -- "Sharon" . always at bowling alley with Bob . . . "Whatever you say" . likes to sing . . . "Toodle- oo" Richard Stephen Currence -'Stork" . . . basketball all-star . . Mrs. Ayersman's pest . . . writes to Patty. . . crazy legs. Mark Frederick Dettbarn -'Mark" . . . babbler . . . smart dresser . . . freedoms defender against the commies in P.O.D. class. . . "Shut up clown". Nancy Lee Eaves -- "Nancy" . . Ann's sidekick . . . likes a certain blue Javelin. . . home-ec enthusiast. . . champion weight oser. Patricia Mao Eaves -- "Trish" CATOCTIN SENIOR GIRLS' ENSEMBLE--a group of senior girls from Catoctin High form a small singing ensemble known as the Senior Girls Ensemble. They perform at local gatherings and school functions. (Photo by Dean Gillespie.) . . . outdoor girl . . . Richard's pen-pal . . . weight conscious . . . remembers Green-top. Suzan Elizabeth Eaves -"Suzie" . . . Candy striper . trivia expert . . . horse and animal enthusiast. . . Boys 4-H Pres.. . . Mrs. Bauman's pain. D o n n i e R a y E l l i s -"Governor" . . . tells tall tales with a southern accent . . . big flirt . . . "I did not do it" . solemn liar. Mary Ellen Esworthy -- "E" . . . chronic gum-chewer . . finds P.O.D. a problem in itself . . . flirtatious . . . talks up a storm. . . weekend traveler. Raymond Lester Etzler, Jr. -"Ray" . . . will never forget Cook's bus. . . quiet. . . muscleman . . . Jeep supporter . . "Not more homework". Mark William Frye -- "Mark" . . . "0 yeah!". . . silent one . . . Mr. Hiester's modern sculpturer . . . his boots are made for walking. Michael Keith Fyock -- "Cow" . . . firefighter . . . always in right class but on wrong subject . . "Go to the office, Micky" . . . Phys. Ed. enthusiast. Cynthia Lee Gearhart -"Cindy" . . . flits back and forth . only member of art class able to draw a straight line . . . Mr. Andrew's shadow . . . "Flower child". Gary Lee Grossnickle -"Gary" . . . farm boy at heart . . early morning riser . . . Sr. Class Pres. . . . Dodge material . FFA Pres. . . . neatnic . . . 2+2 equals 6. Nancy Irene Haifleigh -"George" . . . home-type girl . . voice of homeroom . . . "Why, Mrs. Ayersman?" . . . well prepared for domestic living . . . takes work seriously. Angela Andrea Halbrook -"Angie" . . hangs out at Village Lanes . . . heart is in the sky . . . exaggerates. . ."Oh,Golly!" Mary Anna Louis Harris -"Ann" . M a r - L u - R i d g e regular . . . unusually flexible in Phys. Ed . . Turkey-Buzzard's pal. Boyd Kipps Hawes, Jr. -Kip" drives the green frog- mobile . . . asst. drum major "Oh, really?" . . . has an "in" with the administration . . pet-peeve: dirty glasses. Susan Marlene Harbaugh -"Sue" . . . makes frequent trips to Va. . . . looks forward to June and graduation . . . polite . . . likes all animals R o s e M i l l e r H i g g s -"Pumpkin Head" . . devoted wife . . . lives for the weekends . always writing letters . . . hieroglyphic writing. Richard Alan Hilton -- "Rick" . . always late for school . . . knows the streets of Frederick . Murray's sidekick . . . grease monkey. . ."Do you?" Yvonne Marie Hoffman -'Cream-puff" Jack-o- antern . . . "Hi, Woman!" . . June is the month for brides . . . 'Good grief!" Kenneth George Houck -'George" . . firefighter . . . 'Anything you say" . . Market Jasket regular . . . very determined . . has a weird augh. Cindy .Tuanita lluhbard -- "Cindy" . . . usually with Mary . . . has a flair with hair styling . . . quiet . . . half-time worker and student. Sherry Denise Hummer -"Sherry" . . . pet-peeve: procrastination . . . "Really" . . . Meg's twin . . . Donnie's idol . . . great with paints and pencils. John Martin Kaufman, Jr. -"John" . r . regular at Frederick Town I n n . . . "Don't let it worry y o u ! " . . . heart's at T.J. . . . weighted ankles. Mary Ellen Kidd -- "Mary" . . . usually seen with Cindy . . . hates homework. . . has a knack with hair. . .easy-going. Ella Faye Reefer -- "Ella" . . . remembers modem dance . . . "You's better believe it" . . . Tenn. dreamer . . . great sense of humor. Margaret Espey Kirkpatrick -- "Meg" . . . that hair . . . extreme idealist . . . usually rides with Dave . . . irked by sunburnt eyes. Deborah Yvonne Kline -"Flo" . . . hall walker. . . hates bookkeeping homework . . . "I can't do it because of my liver" . . . hair grows exceptionally fast. Jerry Gene Kline -- "Jerry" . . . speaks softly but carries a big stick . . . "Rudolph" . . . fondofElenor. Wanda Jean Kline -- "Wanda" . . . the beautiful Kline . . . always with Ronnie . . . holds world's record of telephone calls . . . "Now you know!" Martin Stephen Lapera -"Marty" . . . cute guy . . . usually seen walking the halls with Joan. . .has an exotic air . . . dislikes P.O.D. . . . avoids hitting animals. Sharon Louise Lease -"Cackles" . . . FFA Sweetheart . . . Calif, dreamer . . . Suzie's guidance counselor . . . Chicken laugh. Cynthia Dianne Leonard -"Cindy" . . . great equestrienne natural blonde . . . missing vertebrae. . ." . . .Dear". Alan Franklin Lescalleet -"Alan" . . . butt of Strawsburg's jokes . . remembers Camp Greentop . . . self-appointed Charles Atlas of Sr. Class . . . likes P.O.D. Melvin Eugene Lochner -"Melvin" . . . speed king in a Chevelle . . . noisy shoes . . . easy to get along with . . . attractive car. D a n i e l Lee Logsdon -"Danny" . . . playboy . . . likes to h u n t . . . ? . . . handsome guy walks on his toes . . . levi- man. Stephen Brent Logsdon -'Pot" . . . strong man . . . sports facial folige . . . W. Va. hillbilly . . . "Just wait 'til I get my new car". Albert Roofer Main, Jr. -'Kip" . . . speed demon . . . after school grease monkey . . . dislikes braggers . . . sports :hin-fuzz Frederick Graduation Outdoors "We are tired of getting fed the same old tradition stuff! We wanted to make this graduation our own, to come from our own hearts," exclaimed Donna Henderson as she told how four girls altered a custom at Frederick High by getting graduation out-of-doors at ten o'clock in the morning, June 9. Linda Carson, Donna, Nancy Ickes, and Beth Selckmann discussed the proposition in mid- April, then they acted. They went to Mr. George M. Seaton, principal. He told the girls to take a poll of the senior class on the subject. Many results were obtained from nearly half of the c l a s s . I t s h o w e d a n "overwhelming" 119 to 6 in favor of an outside graduation. Most of those approving wanted it in the morning. Faculty members of the Graduation Committee talked about it. Mr. Seaton wrote a letter to the Board of Education. Plans were made definite the first week of May. The level area in front of the school will serve as the setting unless the strains of "Pomp and Circumstance" are drowned by the sound of falling rain. In such a case, all invited guests will be seated in the auditorium as in past years. Music will be provided by the school band and glee club. "I'm not sure, but I believe that this will be the first time any high school in Frederick County will graduate outside," said Mr. Neff, one of the advisors. The advantages of an outdoor program were explained by Donna. "First and most important, more people can come. Before only two people to every senior could attend. We'll have 1,000 chairs set up and others may stand or sit on the ground. "Secondly," she continued, "it won't be as miserable. It will be hot, but it won't be as stuffy. "Seniors like it better," Donna said. "It seems like it's THEIR graduation. It means more to them." A n o t h e r change in the procedures is the color in robes. While still juniors, the class voted to make the attire in Frederick High colors, black for boys and gold for girls. Blue and white used to be the color of the robes. One tradition yet remains. A sermon to the graduates will be given in the auditorium the preceding Sunday, June 7, at 8 o'clock p.m. by Reverend Merlin E. Garber. Catoctin Seniors Make Last Wills, Testaments POETIC THOUGHT wnat through the raa.ance which was once so bright Be now forever taken from my sight. Though nothing can bring back the hour, i '^v ^w ^*r m m m Ot splendor in the grass and glory in the flower; We will not grieve but rather find Strength in what remains behind." ByROXIEAUBOL Catoctin High School For the second consecutive year the seniors of Catoctin High School have written they're "last wills and testaments." Here are the wills of the members of the CHS Class of 70: "I, Doug Adams, being of sound mind and body, bequeath my keys to my VW to my brother Steve and hope he makes it to school more often than I did." "I, Quinn Edwin Becker, will my Volkswagen bus to all juniors who like to have fun.'' , "I, Joe Bentz, do hereby leave my work-study program to anyone who needs money." "I, Steven Kenneth Buchanan, being of sound mind and body, leave my two-mile record to Chuck Fox to satisfy his ego and to Mr. Gregg, I leave all the polluted air and water in the world." "I, Gerald Clabaugh, hereby bequeath 3 miles of tape, a used pair of crutches, pulled muscles, cramps and a stupid nickname to anyone crazy enough to join the track team." "I, John Calvin Chatlos, being of questionable mind and body, will Mr. Kuhn my collection of blisters from this year's sports activities." "I, Alan Clark, will Mr. Englar patience with the baseball team. After all, look how long it took the Metstowin." "I, Robert Clabaugh, leave a supply of ink pens to Cathy for her to tear apart." "I, George Cutchall, will my spirit to the junior, class, two dead ducks to Specht, my liver to Mrs. R., and my track shoes to Chuck Fox to make him run faster." "I, John Dayhoff, leave my seat in homeroom to Paul Sharrer." "I, Roland Noah Eccard, do hereby leave my dancing ability to Specht -- he needs it!" "I, David Ray Fogle, being of sound mind and body, do hereby leave my track shoes to anyone at Catoctin who want to set the school's slowest record." "I, Douglas E. Fraley, leave my knowledge in carpentry to anybody stupid enough to take it and also my grades to my little sister Kathy." "I, Charlie Gearhart, do hereby leave my ability to get away with anything to Tommy Williard and some common sense to Maggie Bollinger." "I, ,Bob Gladhill, will my ability to be a pest to a certain teacher to George Delauter." "I, Michael Francis Kreitz, leave Bear Brown the right to throw the disc on the track team." "I, Dave Harrison, will my supervised study seat to George Delauter." "I, Frederick James Keilholtz, hereby leave my safe driving habits to Cindy, to assure her a safe trip everytime she drives." "I, Robert E. Keilholtz, being of questionable mind and body, do hereby bequeath Mr. Long's mustache to Mr. Kerns to wear as a toupee." "I, Jim Keilholtz, will Herbie the right to go home for dinner." "I, Lee Koontz, hereby leave Tom Williard the right to take my two all-county years and use them so he can make it in '71 and '72." "I, Price Lewis III, leave my Peace beads to Mrs. Quick, 10 years supply of erasers to Mrs. Sixx and left over snow to Mr. Kerns." "I, Jerry Martin, leave my position as short stop on the baseball team to anyone who can play it as well as I did." "I, John Richard Martin, leave a paper weight to Mrs. Slezak so that when she gets out music and loses it, she can not blame the Glee Club President." "I, Robert Martin, hereby leave my bat-a-ball to Mr. Gregg." "I, Dennis Mathias, leave my ability to sneak out of class when the teacher's back is turned to Harold Green." "I, Terry Masemore, being of sound mind and body, do hereby leave a ride into town to Jerry Blickenstaff; my hand of poker to any unsuspecting student and eggs to anyone." "I, Wayne May, leave my tennis racket to Rita Thompson, my locker to anyone small enough not to have much junk, and my job as Canteen Manager to anyone who likes to hear gripes." "I, Richard Ott, leave my position on the baseball team to Joe Roberts and to anyone, my seat in bookkeeping." "I, Robert Rhoderick, will my hair to Mr. Kerns and Mr. Lambdin, if there's enough to go around." "I, Gary W. Reed, hereby leave my half day work program and my last year's driver's license to Doug Long." "I, Larry Wayne Riffle, will my darkroom and cameras to Dan and Dean and wish them a lot of luck, because they'll need it." "I, Kenny Riffle, will my musical talents and my ability to give Mrs. Slezac a hard time to AlanZentz." "I, Gary Wayne Rollins, hereby leave my cheerleaders uniform and "Aunt" dress to any "body" who can fill them out." "I, Albert Wayne Six, leave my locker to Deb, my spleen to Pat, and my exerciser to Sheri Nutt." "I, James W. Smith, leave my second period study to anyone." "I, Gary Sprague, leave my parking place on the teacher's parking lot to Myra G." "I, John Snyder, leave my empty cans to Mike Wireman." "I, Dale K. Starook, do hereby leave my beatup VW to Dean, and my afternoon without classes to Dan." "I, Dave Swomley, leave John Teeter a Tee Shirt of his own to use for all emergencies and Tom Williard a watch guaranteed to stop so he'll have an excuse if he stays out to late." "I, Dave Wetzel, leave my messy locker, my good looks, hair, and my can of hair spray to my brother Ray." "I, Roger Willard, leave my second period study hall to everyone that can get it." "I, Terry Lee "Mouse" Willard, leave my car to Liv Myers so she won't have to walk to school." "I, Franklin Young, wiUs my nose to anyone who wants to look like Jimmy Durante." "I, Paulette Alexander, hereby leave Becky Eyler my seat in bookkeeping and Typing II if she can stand practice sets." "I, Melinda Anderson, leave Vicki and Michelle my seat in the office and also in supervised study." "I, Dorothy Louise Baker, hereby bequeath a thousand pieces of typing paper to Debbie Baker so that she won't run out." "I, Rebecca Baker, being of sound mind and body, will a just reward to the person who borrowed or rather stole my watch, in hopes that they will return it." "I, Sharon Fink Bennett, hereby leave my Chapter Sweetheart jacket to my sister Nancy Fink, and to Cathy Hobbs I leave a bib so she can start a clean year." "I, Millicent M. Biser, will by horticulture class to Mr. Grady Harbour so that he may pursue his non-ending dream of growing poppies." "I, Sue Brown, will my attendance in "Crime Class' to anybody who has the ability to getaway with it." "I, Ruth Louise Buhrman, hereby leave my shorthand set to Jane Buhrman." "I, Virginia Mac Ridge Buhrman, hereby leave my absentee note to anyone who needs it." "I, Connie Calimer, being of sound mind and body, leave my good behavior in band to Steve and my playing ability to John." "I, Sharon Lee Cooper, being of sound mind and body, leave my dancing ability to Lana Black." "We, Gwen Jagow, Linda Six and Bev Davis, leave our seats in the music room closet to Bob, Charlie, and Fred; and some notebook paper to prepare them for the essay they'll have to write for Mr. Kerns." "I, Linda Susan Davis, hereby bequeath, my place in the parking lot to anyone that wants it." "I, Deborah Ecker, will my ability to take only two classes all year to Maggie Bollinger and my job in the office to Deb Bowman." "I, Darlene Eyler, will my typing seat to Don, and a wish of GOOD LUCK!" "I, Belinda Filler, hereby leave my seat in bookkeeping to anyone that wants it. " "I, Rose Marie Fisher, hereby leave my talent to get along with teachers to Charles." "I, Mary Feeser, will my shorthand book to anyone who thinks that they can take it the second year." "I, Susan Fitzgerald, hereby leave my ability in tennis and on the tramp to Mrs. Quick." "I, Carol Ann Stottlemyer Flohr, hereby leave my sex appeal to Barry Burrier." "I, Bonnie Fogle, leave running to the Ag. Shop and running the halls to Kathy Hewitt and Diane Shriner." "I, Cindy Glass, will Linda Barkman my last name, and the ability to leave school and not get caught to Maggie B." "I, Marilyn Jeannine Harbaugh, do hereby leave the faculty my ability of understanding and caring about people." "I, Anna M. Heier, will Barb Shorb all the good times that Rose and I have had in Frederick." "I, Jean Houck, being of sound mind and body, · do hereby bequeath my ability to play the piano to Pete W." "I, Rosie Lee Hurley, leave my brother Donald and his friend Debbie, the good times that I have had in life." "I, Patricia Eileen Jay, hereby leave my library table to my sister, "Curly Locks." " "We, Debbie Joy, Shirley Sheeley and Shirley Wierman, all being of sound mind and body, hereby leave Mr. Rocus more students who are interested in working rather than listening to his lectures." "I, Virginia Isabelle Kehne, hereby leave my junky locker to Becky Ridgely." "I, Carolyn Keilholtz, hereby leave the question -- "When is the newspaper coming out?" to Cathy Best, next year's "Cougar Crier" Editor." "I, Mary Ann Keilholtz, being of questionable mind and body do hereby leave my third period phys. ed. class to anyone willing to shoot the bull with Miss Wastler." "I, Linda Jane Kolb, hereby leave a bottle of sex appeal to Mrs. Quick, because she needs all she can get. And also she wills her book called "100 and 1 Excuses To Get Out Of Trouble" at the office with you know who." "I, Yvonne JoAnn Larson, will my shorthand transcripts to Miss Woerner and the rest of my books to anyone with a big eraser." . "I, Pamela Lawson, will my ability on the balance team to anyone who wants to acquire permanent knots and bruises." "I, Delia Lewis, hereby leave Mrs. Quick my membership card as a full fledged member of the "Motor Mothers"." "I, Peggy Ann Mathias, hereby bequeath Mrs. Quick's ability to use me as a scape goat to Miss Wastler." "I, Joann May, leave my beauty, charms, and intelligence, plus my excess fat to my "sweet" (?) little sister, Kathy." 'I, Carol Diane Miller, leave my crying towel and chair with Mrs. Tuckerman to anyone who needs them." "I, Connie Michael, being of sound mind and body, do hereby (Continued To Page A-6) ® IV

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