Alexis I DuPont High School - Alexis Yearbook (Wilmington, DE)
- Class of 1958
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Alexis du Pont eee High Sdhool
This is you, Alexis I., the new school of 1894 in your first form and on the
opposite page is you, the school of today. Every year we are growing, and in the
coming months you too will, once again, grow and change your appearance, thus
adding to your usefulness.
In a way we the seniors of 1958 or any other senior class anywhere can be com-
pared to you. For we, like you, will now begin to change into our third and prob-
ably final form. Like you, we too have grown in three stages. The first stage was
when we were born, and the second stage has been all that we have gained while
at A. I. Now in our third form we will take our knowledge acquired at Alexis I.
and add to it what we learn through the years as we take our place in the world.
Therefore, we the 1958 senior class of Alexis 1. present our yearbook to you,
the Alexis 1. duPont High School as our past, present, and future.
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Best wishes to the class
if co-operation throughout
nas been most gratifying.
In the words from C
eentb Century Spain, I say
levelop yourself in your
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ion of your thinking,
udgment, in the control
Your fine spirit
in your calling
Strive daily to
physical sciences has much merit in order to supply
our country's needs in the missile and space fields.
This must be tempered by added emphasis on the
social sciences and humanities. Men must under-
stand how to live peaceably with each other through
human understanding and not fear of man-made
destruction, regardless of their political differences.
Today, the Golden Rule is more applicable
than ever beforf?Let us not be unmindful of this
Superintendent of Schools
INIISS DOROTHY ALLEN
History and Civics '
INIISS CYNTHIA BENZING
MR. LORAINE BOYER
MRS. BARBARA BEYER
Core Curriculum MR' JOIYIN BUSHMAN
Mathematics and Pre-flight
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MRS. ViRGINIA CONLON MR. HENRY COWELL MR. ROBERT DILWORTH
Business Education D ' ' ' ' '
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MRS. NELLIE DOUGHERTY
MRS. LORENE FIELD
MRS. RUTH GOODING
MR. DONALD HEILMAN Mr, J. WILSON HOOPES
Civics and Mathematics Matbematirs MR. MILOW HOWARD
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MR. EDWARD KEATING M155 JOANNE KUHN
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MR. JAMES LOVALL
MRS. HELEN MURPHY
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DR. CHARLES NASH Industrial Arts Vife-Principal
MR. GEORGE SCHAEFER MR- CARI- SCHMIDT
Advanced Mathematics Redding Study and Core
MRS. BEATRICE SHIFFERT
Cboir and Vocal Music
MR. JOSEPH SIMMONS
Speech and English
MR. SAMUEL SIMMONS ---W 1 MISS MAUD WEBSTER
Agricullure French and Lalm English
MR. RUSSELL WILLIAMS MR. WALTER J. YINGST
Band and Instrumental Music Physics and Chemistry
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We, the members of the Senior Class of 1958, of the
Alexis I. duPont High School, being of unsound minds and
many physical disabilities, do hereby revoke all previous
statements, false or otherwise, and other nonsense of a testa-
mentary nature, said to be said by us: .
I, gamona Ashby, leave. to my sister, Maureen, all my old
Herbert Barnes, leave to Mr. Pearce, by boat building
John Bastian, leave to Lee Armington, all my Spanish
Jayne Blevins, leave my long hair to Mr. Boyer.
Cliff Breeding, leave to Dr. Nash, my ability to chase girls.
Janice Brittingham, leave to Margaret Riggin, my quiet
I, Norma Buchanan, leave to Sidney Smith, my rabbit nose.
I, llriaubra Bundick, leave to A. I.'s NO. I violinist, my long
I, Molly Bushong, lave to anyone who wants it, my driving
Mary Byington, leave to anyone that needs it, my parking
place at school.
I, Ronnie Caldwell, leave and take Barbara with me.
I, Paul Carkin, leave to a junior, the job of selling next year's
"Alexis" in Miss Stewart's homeroom.
I, Bud Cartwright, leave to an incoming track man, my
spiked shoes with the holes in the sole.
Steve Chapman, leave to Ronald Jack, ten feet of rubber
to scrape off the highway.
I, Joanne Cheffins, leave to anyone who needs it, my clear
I, Judy Creedon, leave to Merle Comer, my freckles.
I, Wilson Davis, leave to Paul Riggs, my ability to get to
school on time.
I, James DeLaney, leave to any junior, my handwriting so he
can torture Dr. Nash.
I, Pat Dobrick, leave to Bill Pruitt, the tassels from my boots
for his car.
I, Marilyn Dorn, leave my front row seat in Chemistry class
to any lucky junior.
I, Brenda Dougherty, leave to Jenny Lee Weldin, my natural
I, Doc Dougherty, leave my job to anyone who wants it.
I, Martha Ellis, leave my height to Patsy Cota.
I, Roger Emerson, leave to a 130-lb. monster-one tackle posi-
I, Sheila Enright, leave to Alan Forster, my tweezers to take
I, Margie Evans, leave to anyone brave enough to read them,
my chemistry notes.
Evelyn Faw, leave to some deserving junior, my honorable
seat in Choir and place on Choir Counsel.
Herb Fletcher, leave to Mr. Boyer, my biology books.
Alan Forster, leave my left foot to Terry Martine.
Anita Francis, leave my ability to get along with Mr. How-
ard to anyone who needs it.
I, Judith Anne Frederick, leave my curly hair to Carol John-
I, Mary Anne Garver, leave to Tommy Thomas, my broken
Evelyn Garvine, leave my disposition.
William Gass, leave to Mr. Keating, one empty stage.
Judith Ann Geiger, leave to my sister, Eileen, my nickname,
Cathy Graham, leave to Laurie Perry my 5'.
Dora Greer, leave to any 7th grader, in Homeliving, my
ability to sew.
Dick Grove, leave to all the junior girls, the memory of me.
Bud Gwaltney, leave to any incoming senior a diddy bag
full of Dr. Nash's stale jokes.
I, John Hahn, leave to my sister, Joan, all of the teachers.
I, Pat Hahn, leave my golf clubs to Mrs. Murphy and Mr.
I, David Haldeman, leave to Bobby Keating, the freshman, a
pair of barber scissors.
Judy Hall, leave!
Shirley Halverson, leave to any incoming Senior, my job
I, Robert Harding, leave my size 13 shoes to anyone who can
I, Dotty Harris, leave to Dieter Korden, my New York accent.
I, Mary Lea Haye, just leave.
I, Richard Herold, leave in a hurry.
I, Ronnie Hickman, leave my baseball uniform to Tim Tansley.
Sandra Hoffman, leave to anyone who wants them, my silk
stockings from the Senior Play.
I, Howard Johnson, leave to Michael Wistar, 31.25 to get a
I, Robert Keating, leave to Sid Smith, my big egg plant.
Becky Knowles, leave to Suzanne Hills, a bobby pin.
Gloria Kunitsky, leave to anyone who is an only child, my
Sonya Kunitsky, leave to my twin sister, Gloria, my inno-
Stephen Lindell, leave to some worthy junior, my post as
chairman of the Clean-up Committee of the Senior Ball.
Marshall Lloyd, leave to Mr. Heilman, my absentee excuses
to figure out.
I, John Long, leave to Archie Hahn, my William Tell Bow Tie.
Ann Mahoney, leave to Ann Ganter, my straight hair.
Bea Magill, leave to my father, three years of peace before
my sister comes to A. I.
Gary Marine, leave Dr. Nash and his jokes to the incoming
Peggy Marvel, leave to Carol Lucha, my dimples.
Michal Messersmith, leave Harry. 4She was wild about him.J
Margo McCloskey, leave to who ever can catch it, a green,
two-headed, seven-legged rock-eater.
Joan McCoy, leave to Winfield Barlow, my curly hair.
Virginia McCue, leave to Rita Ventura, both my appetite
and my blonde hair.
John McGinley, leave to Paul Riggs, my sour jokes.
Tod Mighton, leave locker number 365 to anyone who can
Phyllis Morse, leave my ghost to march behind the band.
Al Mousley, leave to the incoming senior boys, all my girls.
Donald Munro, leave to a late junior, my parking space on
Pat O'Bryan, leave to Leo Rowe, all my empt egg crates.
Bobo Olsen, leave to Bill Eichbaum, my ability to bag
Cross-country practice without being caught.
Helen Price, leave to Dalene King, my long hair.
Tony Quintano, leave to all the girls, my love.
Also Ramer, leave my little black book to anyone who needs
David Ramsey, leave my good grades to Ralph Davis.
Grace Reilly, leave to Marilyn Cumnick, my naturally
Peggy Rice, leave to some lucky junior, a terrific trip.
Dave Riggin, leave to someone who likes money, the office
of Treasurer of' the Sports Club.
Aija Ripa, leave to someone who is smart, my bad physics
Jerr Roberts, leave nothing. I want everything for myself.
Sand,y Robertson, leave to Rita Ventura, my ability to stick
to a diet.
Beverly Sachs, leave to Martha Baird, my naturally blonde
Ency Schick, leave, and I hope far behind, my ability
for sticking my foot in my mouth, when the other one is
Jeffery Schevitz, leave to Mr. Joseph Simmons my twelve
Patty Seal, leave my letter writing ability to any girl who
Marty Shannon, leave to next year's classes, 180 more days
Mary Sheldrick, leave my weight to Ethel Dougherty.
Eleanor Sisk, leave my walk to Lillian Thomas.
Jane Smith, leave to Susan Hoopes, my one and only dimple.
Pat Smullen, leave my English seat to an incoming Senior
who wants to hear Macbeth.
Charles Springer, leave to Coach Heilman, my bow ties.
Lois Stike, leave to Mr. Cowell, my Hot Rod ways.
Bob Suhr, leave to any lucky person, my place on the
Ronnie Sutton, leave in a heck of a hurry.
Barbara Talley, leave my corner in the hall, to anyone who
can make good use of it.
Jackie Thomas, leave to Barbara Weir, my quiet disposition.
Bill Trench, leave to Tony Donehower, all of my classes
with Mr. Reilly.
Bob Veasey, leave, for good, my front seat in Chemistry.
Phil Wagner, leave to any fortunate junior, the class presi-
TomyWard, leave to anyone on the Hamburger Squad, my
football jersey No. 43.
Dave Warner, leave quickly.
Susan Washburn, leave to Debbie Walker, my movie maga-
Nancy Weldin, leave my best wishes to everyone.
Van Wells, leave to Dennis Reilly, my dirty football jersey.
Ann Whitman, leave to a future Chemistry student, some
Pat Yergey, leave to the football team, a pair of slightly
used crutches. They'll need them!
Carol York, leave to Martha McCallister, my great ability
in all sports.
Linda Zacovic, leave to any unlucky future senior, my seat
in first lunch.
JOHN PANCOAST BASTIAN
Enrolled in the Scientific Course. . .has a
wonderful personality. . .member of the Dra-
matics Club.. .Rifle Club.. .notice that ac-
cent?, . .plans to enter the field of business
THERESA JANE BLEVINS
A member of the Commercial Course. . .active
on co-op. . .is the girl with the beautiful eyes
. . .May Court. . .Y-Teens. . .Yearbook . .Ta-
ble Tennis. . .Square Dancing. . .Travel Club
. . .Dramatics. . .California here we come.
Enrolled in the Commercial Course. . .acti
on co-op. . .good things come in small pai
ages. . .Dramatics. . .Twirling . . . May Col
. . .Y-Teens. . .Rifle Club. . .Driver Traini
...has anybody seen Smitty?. . .a future sl
HERBERT BARNES, JR.
A member of the General Course.. .came
us in his junior year. . .active in Rifle Cl
...always has a wisecrack. . .really kno
how to run those machines up in the Off
Practice Room. . .wants to be a boat navi,
CLIFFORD JAMES BREEDING, JR.
Enrolled in the Agriculture Course.. .di
a hot blue '55 Ford. . .member of the Sp
Club. . .Rifle Club. . .and Auto Club. . .T.
ble is his middle name. . .plans to join
JANICE P. BRITTINGHAM
A member of the Commercial Course. . .au
on co-op. , .watch those quiet ways. . .n
ber of Table Tennis. . .Square Dancing
Glee Club. . .ever been down to Milcreekl
would like to become a secretary.
member of the Scientific Course.. .one of
e perky cheerleaders since tenth grade...
'tive in Choir. . .Rifle Club. . .basketball
am. . .Senior Class secretary. . .secretary of
e Student Council.. .In Harvest and May
ourts. . .Girls' State Representative. . .she is
MAUBRA JANE BUNDICK
arolled in the Scientific Course. . .has a
rrific sense of humor. . .great actress in
ramatics Club. . .Y-Teens. . .active member
Press Club. . .ever notice last year's Driver
raining Car?. . .plans to be a college stu-
RONALD EDWARD CALDWELL
mber of the General Course. . .active on
Work Experience program. . .played bas-
ball. . .active member in Choir. . .Driver
mining. . .he is never alone in the halls.. .
.ns to work in the field of architecture.
PAUL ELMER CARKIN
rolled in the Academic Course. . .a member
Band for several years. . .travel club. ..
Iver Training. . .look at that Ford go. . .an
ve member in Choir. . .Ouchl Don't pull
pony tail. . .plans to go to college.
MOLLY LOUISE BUSHONG
Enrolled in the Commercial. . .some calendar
girl. . .Science Club. . .Stagecraft. . .Dramatics
. . .Yearbook . .Driver training. . .look out,
here comes that Dodge with the Pennsylvania
tags. . .wants to be an airline stewardess.
MARY RUTH BYINGTON
A member of the Scientific Course. . .always
has a friendly smile. . .came to us in her
junior year from Eudora, Kansas. . .worked on
Senior Play. . .member of Press Club. . .Year-
book. . .plans to attend college where she will
probably be a math major.
A quiet Commercial Student. . .active on co-op
...member of the Y-Teens Club.. .partici-
pated in Driver Training. . .where's jimmy?
. . . plans to be a housewife and secretary.
Member of the Scientific Course. . ,anything
for a good time. . .member of Y-Teens. . ,
Choir. . .Yearbook. . .Hockey and Softball. . .
Driver Training. . .Is that a car?. . .Dig that
crazy starter. . .move over nurses, here I come.
WALTER CARSON CARTWRIGHT
Enrolled in the Scientific Course. . .speedste
in track. . .senior play. . .always the romanti
interest. . .active in Choir. , .Sports Club. .
where's the blue Buick?. . .wants to be a sm
STEPHEN ARNOLD CHAPMAN
Member of the General Course. . .oh, tha
blonde hair. . .was a sharpshooter in Rif
Club.. .active in Auto Club for three yea
. . .was treasurer of the club in his sophomoi
year, and Vice-President of the Club in 11
senior year. . .he has an undecided future.
Enrolled in the Agriculture Course. . .lc
that wavy blonde hair. . .active in Rifle Cl
. . .Auto Club. . .really hot rods it in that
Chevy.. .always the first one in Homeroi
. . .he has an undecided future.
JAMES F. DeLANEY
A member of the Scientific Course. . .one
the most quiet guys in the class. . .played N
sity Football. . .Band. . .Rifle Club. . .Dri
Training. . .is college bound. . .wants to
Physical Education Teacher.
BRENDA JOYCE DOUGHERTY
cute little Commercial student with the
y laugh. . .has been a cheerleader for
years. . .Twir1ing. . .Driver Training. . .
out, Brennie, don't hit that carl. ..
Jr Class Secretary. . .another future sec-
y graduating in '58,
WILLIAM G. DOIIGHERTY, JR.
lled in the General Course. . .likes sports
n the football team for three years...
on the Baseball team.. ."Where's Doc?
stage, of course". . .a terrific stage hand
'as a sophomore class officer.
PATRICIA ANN DOBRICK
Enrolled in the Commercial Course.. .active
on co-op. . .Captain of the Twirlers for three
years. . .Rifle Club. . .Twirling Club. . .Ex-
change Club. . .Yearbook. . .Press Club. . .
Driver Training. . .look out cars, here she
comesl. . .has been in such sports as Hockey
and Softball. . .wants to travel through the
U.S. and see the world.
MARILYN E. DORN
Enrolled in the Scientific Course.. .always a
friendly smile. . .member of Y-Teens. . .secre-
tary of the club in the eleventh grade. . .Year-
book. . .one of the quiet type.. .participated
in Driver Training. . .plans to be a secretary.
Member of the Academic Course. . .another
quiet girl. . .was the Hockey and Basketball
Manager.. .assistant editor of the Press Club
...Operetta lead and was in all-state Choir
. . .Yearbook. . .Dramatics. . .a terrific help
with the senior play.. .was on the U.N.
Panel. . .is college bound.
ROGER LEE EMERSON
Enrolled in the Academic Course. . .one of the
athletic type . . . football . . . track . . . Student
Council. . .Honor Society. . .Choir. . .was ter-
rific in the Senior Play. . .wants to be a chem-
ist or a chemical engineer.
EVELYN KAY EAW
Enrolled in the General Course. . .member of
the Glee Club. . .Twirling Club. . .Choir. . .
Choir council. . .Yearbook . .likes that blue
convertible. . .plans to crash the business
world or get married.
HERBERT W. FLETCHER
A member of the General Course. . .came to
us in his senior year. . .seems like one of the
quiet type. . .active in Auto Club. . .here comes
that Mercl. . .would really like to become a
SHEILA EILEEN ENRIGHT
Enrolled in the Academic Course.. .the gr
with the million dollar disposition. . .Yea
book. . .Exchange Club and Rifle Club sec1
tary. . .Dramatics. . .Career Club. . .Choir.
future lies in college.
A member of the Scientilic course. . . guys lo
out for those big brown eyes!. . .terrific
Ernestine in the Senior Play. . .great artist
Sketch Club . . . Dramatics . . . Yearbook . .
prospective college student in the future.
ALAN MOIR FORSTER
Member of the Academic Course. . .a sv
personality . . . :football . . . baseball. . .Stud
Council treasurer. . basketball. . .Sports C
. . .Vice-President of Sophomore and Sei
Class. . .Boys' State. . .College bound.
ANITA LOUISE FRANCIS
Another Commercial student. . .came to u
her senior year.. .always bumping into sc
thing. . .Glee Club. . .Yearbook Club. . .
ver Training.. .a future housewife and l
JUDITH ANN FREDERICK
Enrolled in the Scientific Course.. .an enthu-
iastic gym student, . .member of the Choir. . .
ictive band member. . .a great artist. . .Year-
xook. . .Driver Training. . .can't decide whe-
her to be. a teacher or a secretary.
MARY ANN GARVER
viember of the Scientific Course. . .terrific as
viiss Brill in the senior play.. .Dramatics. . .
Ihoir . . . Yearbook . . . Exchange Club . . . dig
hose crazy kneesocks. . .wants to enter the
JUDITH ANN GEIGER
'ember of the General Course.. .Choir. . ,
earbook. . .Dramatics. . .Square Dancing. . .
river Training. . ,Basketball and Hockey
amsl . .co-captain of the Cheerleaders. . .
ans to attend Goldey Beacom.
CATHERINE S. GRAHAM
member of the Commercial Course. . ,active
1 co-op. . .so short and oh so quiet?. . .Table
znnis. . .Square Dancing. . .Driver Training
.look, Cathy, it's snowing. . .Glee Club.. .
ere comes another secretary.
A short slim member of the Commercial
Course. . .active in co-op. . .long-standing
member of Y-Teens. . .can really talk up a
storm. . .worked on Press Club Staff. . .bosses
look out! Here comes a cute secretary.
WILLIAM ROBERT GASS
Member of the General Course. . ."Oh, Mr.
Keatinglu. . . Dramatics . , . stagecraft . . . what
would Mr, Keating do without him?. . .Rifle
Club, . .-wants to join the Air Force.
EDWARD L. GWALTNEY
I member of the Scientific Course. . .who said
good things come in small packages?. . .faith-
ul tackle on the football team. . .Sports Club
. .Road Angels. . .loves cars. . .is college
JOHN ROBBINS HAHN
Enrolled in the Scientific Course. . .another
me of the quiet type boys.. .came to us in
:is sophomore year. . .member of the Drama-
ics Club.. .Rifle Club.. .here's another fel-
ow that is college bound.
DORO S. GREER
A member of the commercial course. . .Twirl-
ing Club. . .Yearbook Club. . .Press Club. . .
Hockey and Basketball Teams. . .An excellent
seamstress. . .Ambition is to be a good wife
RICHARD EUGENE GROVE
Another future farmer. . .enrolled in the Agri-
culture Course. . .can really cut a rug. . .a
member of Rifle Club.. .Table Tennis...
Driver Training. . .what a line he's got. . .
might join the Navy.
A member of the Commercial Course. . .activ
on co-op. . .holder of many golf trophies..
member of Y-Teens. . .Basketball captain..
Here's a girl who likes real short hair. . .want
to be a professional golfer.
DAVID JAMES HALDEMAN
Enrolled in the Scientific Course. . .always ha
a nice word for everybody. . .member 0
Model Club L . .a staunch member of the Roai
Angels. . ."Big Dave??". . .his future is unde
JUDITH ANN HALL
Member of the Scientific Course. . .one of the
nice quiet girls. . .Y-Teens. . .Exchange Club
. . .Driver Training. . .Yearbook. . .look out
nurses, here I come.
SHIRLEY ANN HALVERSON
A cute Commercial student. . .active on co-op
. . .wonderful shooter. . .member of the Rifle
Club. . .president of the Club in her senior
year. . .belonged to Y-Teens. . .plans to be a
dental assistant secretary.
MARY LEA HAYE
lumber of the Scientific Course .was a
xeerleatler Driver Training Rifle Club
Yearbook what a driver ..cute but
iiet . will make a good nurse.
RONALD LEROY HICKMAN
ember of the Scientific Course . .Sophomore
ass President what a basketball player. .
tskethall . Baseball . Football . . . Sports
ub Dramatics .Rifle has an undecid-
ROBERT THEODORE HARDING
A member of the Scientific Course.. .basket-
ball whiz. . .in the National Honor Society. . .
Rifle Club. . .Sports Club. . .Student Council
. . .How's the weather up there?. . .future elec-
DOROTHY ANN HARRIS
Perky Commercial student. . .real talented in
art. . .Yearbook. . .came to us in her senior
year. . .catch that New York accent?, . .bas-
ketball. . .art club. . .May Day. . .school maga-
zine. . .brilliant future in Commercial Art.
ROBERT GERALD KEATING
General student. , .four years in football back-
field. . .made a terrific captain this year. .
three years in basketball and baseball. .
Sports Club. . .Road Angels. . .Choir. . ,in-
tends to be a future Cadet.
Member of the Commercial Course.. .can be
seen marching in front of the Band with the
Color Guard. . .member of Choir. .Y-Teens
...long beautiful hair.. wants to be a suc-
Member of the Academic Course. . .Pretty Har
vest Queen Lead in Senior Play. . .Drama
tics , . Hockey . . . Basketball . . .Yearbook . .
future lies college.
HOWARD BEVAN JOHNSON
Enrolled in the Scientific Course. . .what was
Hazelton's loss became our gain. . .Rifle Clul:
. Collector's Club.. .One of the quiet type
. future lies in college.
GLORIA ANNE KUNITSKY
In the Commercial Course. . .active in co-t
. .take a close look at her eyes.. .Y-Tee
. . .Driver Training. . .Choir. . .Junior Cla
President. . .member of May Court in ten
grade. . .a future executive secretary.
SONYA MARY KUNITSKY
A tall slender Commercial student. . .active
co-op. .came to us in the tenth grade.
Choir. . .Driver Training. . ,May Court
Harvest Queen Attendant. . .would like to
a model or do designing.
STEPHEN TRIMBLE LINDELL
mrolled in the Academic Course. . .one who
ces to study.. .has been a member of the
and for several years. . .track . .cross-coun-
y, . .Rifle Club. , .participated in Science
mir. . .Yearbook. . .was chairman of the local
nited Nations Committee.
member of the General Course. . .he may
quiet, but he's always there. . .likes to
ive that green Chevy to school. . .his future
:ibigon is to become a member of the Coast
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ANN LANING MAHONEY
nember of the Commercial Course. . .active
co-op, . .one of the quiet girls.. .was a
mber of the Glee Club for two years...
s a member of Driver Training. . .likes to
t Maryland...would like to get a job
h plenty of money.
GARY G. MARINE
entific Course. . .always has an answer. . .
mber of Travel Club.. .Rifle Club...
arts Club. . .Driver Training, . .was on the
itball and baseball teams.. .plans to join
JOHN ROGER LONG
Enrolled in the Scientific Course. . .always
talking. . .likes sports. . .football all four years
. .track . .basketball Sports Club. . .Rifle
. . .Yearbook. . .Dramatics. . .hilarious in the
Senior Play. . .the future lies in college.
BERNICE A. MAGILL
A member of the Academic Course. . .so small
you can hardly see her. . .member of Year-
book. . .Choir. . .Dramatics. . .terrific part in
the Senior Play. . .Y-Teens. . .Twirling. , .
Driver Training. . ,would like to go to college
to be a secretary.
Pony-tail girl. , .taking the Scientific Course
. .student announcer great actress in Dra-
matics Club. . member of Future Teachers of
America . .Press Club. . .Driver Training. . .
will she be a secretary or a wife?
JOAN CATHERINE MCCOY
The Commercial student with the curly hair
. . .active on co-op. .Glee Club.. Red Cross
. . ,Senior Y-Teens. , .Driver Training. . .Fash-
ion Show directorijvants to' Fe'a private
MARGARET E. MARVEL
Cute Commercial student. . .Oh, those I
brown eyes. . .active in co-op. . .member
Choir. . .Driver Training. . .Y-Teens. . .sec
tary of the club in her senior year.. .bop
to be an executive secretary.
MICHAL LOREE MESSERSMITH
In Scientific Course. . .Exchange Club. . .Sw
dent Council. . .Yearbook . ,Driver Traini
. Choir. .National Honor Society. . .Bask
ball co-captain. .Hockey. . .will go into .
railing and merchandising.
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VIRGINIA SANTEE MCCUE
An Academic student. . .peppy blonde ch.
leader. . .imported from California. . .Stud
Council. . .Dramatics . .Junior Class Secret
, . .Hockey. . .Yearbook . .Future lies in Il
Member of the' General Course. . .has a sh
eye for rifles in Rifle Club. . .Square Dam
. . .what a dancer. . .Table Tennis. . .a ful
lies with the Navy.
ALEX LLOYD MIGHTON
A member of the Scientific Course.. .one of
the short ones. . .member of Press Club. .
Radio Electronics. . .Photography Club ..
Projectionist Club. . .Music Appreciation Club
.. . played a good part in the Senior Play. . .
on the United Nations Council. . .He is col-
Boy! can she twirl. . .student in Scientific...
the Band Drum Majorette. . .an active member
of choir. , .Honor Society. . .great as Mrs.
Fitzgerald in the Senior Play. . .Dramatics. . .
Yearbook.. .Forward on the basketball team
. . ,softball . .a future in college.
member of the Agriculture Course. . ,really
nderstands the art 'of farming. . .excellent
sultry judge. . .always has a friendly smile
. .active in auto club. . .Model Club. . .would
ke to raise poultry.
NORBERTH LEONARD OLSEN
lobo" is enrolled in the Scientific Course. . .
as captain of the cross-country team...
layed basketball and baseball.. .was a mem-
zr of the student council.. .belonged to the
vorts club and the Photo club. . .worked on
e Yearbook...His ambition is to own a
PRINCE ALBERT MOUSLEY
Another future farmer. . .enrolled in the Agri-
culture Course. . .always ready for fun. ..
member of square dancing. . .stagecraft . .
sports club. . .football and baseball teams. . .
you can't miss that devilish grin, . .wants to
join the Army.
DONALD MacVICAR MUNRO
A member of the Scientific Course. . .on the
quiet side, but not too much.. .member of
Rifle Club . . . choir . . . Radio Club . . . Cross-
Country.. .One of A. I.'s best high jumpers
. . .is college bound.
ALAN RUTLEEDGE RAMER
Enrolled in the scientific course.. .active on
the cross-country team. . .the track team.. .
was a member of the golf team. . .was basket-
ball mana er. . .belonged to the Radio-Elec-
tronics Clui. . .played clarinet in the band. . .
worked on the Yearbook. . .His ambition is
to become an electrical or chemical engineer.
A member of the agricultural course. . .The
quiet one with the shy smile . .A member of
drivers training. . .Never drives over forty
miles per hour...His ambition is to be a
great farmer someday.
HELEN ELIZABETH PRICE
A member of the Commercial Course. . .quie
but oh!, so nice. . .A member of the yearbool
. . .Y-Teens. . .Press Club. . .active in the co
operative program. . .Did you see her dia
mond yet?. . .Helen wants to be a successfu
JUAN ANTONIO QUINTANO HEILPERD
A member of the Scientific Course. . .a rea
nice import from Spain.. .Exchange studen
from Spain. . .active in drivers training. . .stu
dent council. . .sports club. . .football an
track. . .Homework? What is that?. . .Will b
a diplomatic lawyer in Foreign Service.
GRACE M. REILLY
A member of the commercial course. . .a
active participant of the cooperative mov
ment . . . Yearbook . . . choir . . . Y-Teens .
table tennis. . .driver's training ..she wi
make some lucky executive a terrific secretar
. MARGARET MARY RICE
In the Scientific Course. . .exchange studem
to Germany. . .personality plus. . .terrific .
Senior play. . .dramatics . .Exchange club.
. . . basketball . . . hockey . . . softball . . . pre
club . . . cheerleader . . . yearbook . . . colleg
is .enrolled in the Scientific Course. ..
tive in football. . basketball. . .track . .
orts club. . .rifle club. . .Yearbook . .Choir
.played a good part in the Senior Play. . .
ans to enroll in college.
.ose big blue eyes. , .candidate for a Scien-
c D1ploma...came to us from Illinois. .
trpshooter in rifle club. . .Yearbook. . .Dra-
tics Club. . .Driver Training. . .well travel-
girl. . .college will see a lot of her in the
rt four years.
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BEVERLY JANE SACHS
nber of the Commercial Course. . .active
co-op program.. .always on a diet.. .Y-
ns club. . .Yearbook Club. . .Press Club. . .
e Club. . .Square Dancing Club. . .a future
JEFFREY MORIISIE SCHEVITZ
nber of the Academic Course.. .president
flonor Society. . .played trumpet in both
lol and county band. . .Exchange Club. . .
ed terrific part as "Dad" in the Senior
'. . ,has entered projects in the Science
. . .played Jr. High football. . .wants to be
:h scientist or engineer.
JERALD B ROBERTS
Enrolled in the General Course active on
the football and track teams stage craft
club sports club Choir wants to be
seen 1n a blue uniform belonging to the Air
SANDRA ANN ROBERTSON
Scientific student blonde southern belle
Harvest Queen Attendant, . .the cheerleader
with the sparkling smile. . .Girls State...
Choir. . .basketball forward. . .Yearbook. . .
off to college and then an airline hostess.
MARTIN F. SHANNON
Enrolled in the Scientific Course ..always a
cut-up. . .he took the Driver Training Course
...a member in good standing of the Road
Angels for the past two years. . .one of the
short guys of the class, . .his future ambition
is to become an architectural draftsman.
MARY FRANCIS SHELDRICK
Member of the Scientific Course. .always
smartly dressed . .active choir member. . Glee
Club. . .great hockey and basketball player. .
star pupil in Driver training ..Dramatics. ..
French Club. , .Home Nursing Club. . .what
would the Senior Play have been without her?
ENCY JEAN SCHICK
A member of the Scientific Course. . ,our p
Hockey Captain. . .doing a terrific job as Ye
book Editor. .co-editor of Press Club. . .E
ketball . .Dramatics . .swell job in Sen
Play. . .snappy twirler. . .College bound
Chairman of writing Senior Commencemer
PATRICIA LOUISE SEAL
Enrolled in the Commercial Course, . .act
on co-op. .friendly to everyone.. .was me
ber of Travel Club, , .Press Club. . .Y-Tee
Treasurer-Secretary of her homeroom.
where's Cliff?. . .wants to be a secretary a
A member of the Commercial Course, . .at
on Co-op. . .always ready for a good time
member of the Choir. , .Dramatics . .a
active cheerleader. . .softball . .basketbal
look at that pink Ford. . ,wants to be an
Another Commercial and Co-op. . .has a si
ready for everybody. . .active in rifle clul:
tennis club. . .Y-Teens and Yearbook Club
move over, Jaynie, I'm coming with 1
California, here we come.
PATRICIA ANN SMULLEN
nember of the Scientific Course.. ,can be
1 in Choir and marching in the band at
tball games. . .active on the softball, hock-
and basketball teams. . .Oh, those blue,
2 eyes. . .a future nurse.
CHARLES HALCOMB SPRINGER
aber of the Academic Course. . .our Ivy
gue Student Council President. . .Honor
ety. . ,Junior class treasurer. . .active in
ball, Basketball, and Baseball since a
iman. . .Choir. . .Sports Club. . .wants to
that Agriculture student with the pretty
:le hair.. .always ready with a wisecrack
e wants to 1om the Navy or become a
BARBARA ELAINE TALLEY
ammercial student. . .active in co-ops. . .
a member of the Y-Teens and was vice-
:lent of the club in her senior year. ..
zr Training. . .where's Ronnie? . .wants
- a happy, successful housewife.
LOIS MARIE STIKE
Member of the Commercial Course. active
on the Co-ops. . on hockey and softball teams
for several years. found time for Y-Teens
.. .Travel Club.. Yearbook.. Driver Train-
ing ..Look out for that Chevy wants to
really make a success in business school.
ROBERT WILLIAM SUHR
Enrolled in the Scientific Course. . .Honor So-
ciety. . .basketball . .Student Council. . .golf
and cross-country. . .Senior Class treasurer. . .
Boys' State. . ,Plans to go to college.
ROBERT OSCAR VEASEY
Enrolled in scientific course. . .Basketball cap-
tain. . .football. , .choir. . .sports club. . .cross-
country. , .golf team. . .future lies in college.
PHILIP VINCENT WAGNER
A member of the Academic Course. . .a quiet
serious guy. . .was a member of the basketball
team. . .active member in choir. , .cross-coun-
try manager. . .Yearbook. , .Senior Class pres-
ident. . .wants to become a doctor.
Enrolled in the Commercial Course ..Acti
on co-op. . .can always have a good laux
with her active in dramatics theaw
workshop, president of Y-Teens. . .wl
pretty blonde hair. . a future secretary. . .c
you see her ring?
WILLIAM ROBERT TRENCH
Scientific minded student, . .football . .ba
ball, . basketball. , .choir and the operetta.
can usually be seen at a local drugstore. . .
ture ambition to be a doctor.
THOMAS MICHAEL WARD
Scientific Course. . .a way with the girl:
football. , .Sports Club. . .choir. . .track. .
but not least he was a member of the
team, . .Future is in college.
RALPH DAVID WARNER
Dave's course is scientific. . .basketball . .1
ball. . choir. . ,president of Sports Clul
drivers training. . .track. . .yearbook staf
Plans to go to college.
'eaches and cream complexion . .enrolled in
cientific Course. . .active member of Drama-
cs Club. . .Hockey. .Color Guard. . .Ex-
hange Club. . .Honor Society. . .Press Club
. .Yearbook . .the diplomatic service is call-
Iember of the Scientific Course.. activities
:clude the French Club.. .Rifle Club . Dri-
er Training. . .Photography Club. . .member
f the Varsity Hockey Team.. .wants to en-
Jll in a Junior College.
PATRICIA ELIZABETH YERGEY
rolled in the Commercial Course. . .crazy
xed up kid. . .Y-Teens. . .Press Club. . .
-arbook Staff. . .Driver Training. . .wants to
an I.B.M. operator.
ways cheerful. . .Scientific Course. . .in May
urt for two years.. .member of Choir. ..
s in Harvest Queen's Court. . .active in
Lrbook Club. . .ever notice last year's Driver
lining car?. . .member of Dramatics Club
.a future in home economics.
VAN DEENE WELLS
Enrolled in the General Course. . .Driver
Training . Road Angels.. A terrific rackle
on the football squad. . .Oh, those blue eyes
. . .Future undecided.
Easy going personality. . .taking Academic
Course. . .great as Mrs. Gilbreth in Senior Play
. . .member of choir. . .Honor Society. . .Color
Guard. . .played on J.V. Hockey Team. . .Dra-
matics. . .Exchange Club . .Won the Betty
Crocker award.. .Press Club. . .a future in
RICHARD A. HEROLD
A member of the General Course.. .Partici
pated in Driver Training. . .Came to us in his
Senior year. . .Plans to be an undertaker.
LINDA JEAN ZACOVIC
A member of the Scientific Course. . .Y-Teens
Rifle Club, Stagecraft, Driver Trainin and
Photography Club, . .Would like to stugy art.
The highlight of football season was the annual
Harvest Ball, sponsored by the Future Farmers of
America. Early in September five attractive senior girls
were chosen by the Senior Class to reign as the Harvest
Court and compete for the title of Harvest Queen. The
five girls were Norma Buchanan, Sandi Hoffman,
Sonya Kunitsky, Sandy Robertson and Carol York.
Campaigning started with posters in the cafeteria and
spread all over the school with students wearing but-
tons and cards for their candidates. Following an as-
sembly for the presentation of the girls, the student
body cast their votes. As traditional, the name of the
winner was kept secret until intermission of the Har-
vest Ball, when last year's Queen, Irene Hooten Talley,
crowned Sandi Hoffman.
"Cheaper by the Dozen," a domestic comedy, was presented
by the Senior Class on November twenty-second and twenty-third
in the high school auditorium. Directed by Mr. joseph Simmons,
with the help of student director Susan Washburn, the produc-
tion featured jeffrey Schevitz and Ann Whitman as head of the
Gilbreth family. Sandra Hoffman, Roger Emerson, Margie Evans,
Tod Mighton, Peggy Rice, Ency Schick and Bernice Magill were
seniors who took roles as the children. Others in the cast included
two recruited seventh graders, Phil Dowds and Ricky Farwell as
more of the Gilbreth children. Phyllis Morse took the role of
Mrs. Fitzgeraldg Mary Ann Garver as Miss Brillg David Riggin as
Dr. Burtong John Long as joe Scalesg Bud Cartwright as Larryg
and Maggie from Endolane.
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Hard work, team spirit and desire were the factors behi.
the success of the 1957 edition of the A. I. football team.
Led by Captain Robert Keating, who was chosen to t
Second All-State team and who represented our school on t
All-Star Squad, this group of boys achieved one of the best w
and lost records in the past ten years.
The highlights of the season, which showed a record oi
wins and 3 losses, were the loss to Mt. Pleasant and the win o'
a previously undefeated Louis I.. Redding. Trailing at Mt. Ple
ant by as much as 20 points, the Tigers roared back to domin
the second half, only to have time run out.
Again in the Redding game this group found themsel
behind at half-time, but came back to win in a brilliant te
From the loss at Mt. Pleasant, the team led by Al Mousl
Tom Ward, and Junior Sid Smith in the backfield, and A
Forster, John Long, and Roger Emerson on the line, won
next three games achieving the distinction of shutting out tl
From every point of view it was a successful season-
boys have much to be proud of.
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Shanks, Harry White, Bill McClary. Swund Row: Bill Gorden, jerrinlgIreei?wal3fyl!i?arily
MacDonald, Tony Donehower, Captain, Van Donnan, and Josh Humphrey. i
Mr. Lovall and Captains
Left to right: Steve Hayes, Tony Donehower, Coach Lo
vall, Bill Marsey.
Fifty-five boys, comprising three
carried the banner of the Junior Tiger
battle twelve times.
For the first time a ninth grade tear
resented A. I. as Well as the regular 100 l
150 lbs. teams.
An unimpressive record failed to di
squad's spirit. Coaches Lovall and Sc
predict bright futures for many of the 1
as they move up the ladder toward
First Row: Tommy Hale, Kenny Faw, Sam Cupp, Les Riler, ja'k C 1 B bb C , f d H - - .
Douglas Bray, Donqld Cohn. Setond Row: Edward Cronin, John Coodoxilllj jel',f Fli'ie1.lil1vz:n?rjohnogl1sleLl1 Sflllcicirlrtlilyormlaixsiisll
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OO LB Team
First Row: Roy Schuyler, Charlie Wintzer, Toby Eichbaum, Bob Spergti, Steve Springer,. Bob Fosters Bill Spruance,
T. G. Joslin, John Rogers. Second Row: Gene Pierson, Richard Chatfield, James Clark, Bill Tansley, Bill Marsey, Cap-
zaing Paul Storm, Buzzy Donehower, David james Dunlap, Jerry Wolfe.
Front: Ency Schick, Captain. Slanding: Mike Messe-rsmith, Janet Hoopes, Marsha Richards, Kathy Hager, Martha McCallister
Peggy Cairns, Diane Staley, Ronnie Keating, Becky Schuyler, Nancy Weldon, Lillian Thomas. '
The Girls' Varsity Hockey Team, coached by
Miss Kuhn, ended the year with a record of five
wins and three loses. The j.V. Hockey Team was
undefeated. Prior to this exciting hockey season,
many of the girls attended Hockey Camp at
Friends School, which did a great deal toward con-
ditioning them for the games ahead.
The graduating seniors are Ency Schick, Cap-
tain, Mike Messersmith, fullbackg Nancy Weldin,
halfback, Sandy Hoffman, center-halfbackg and
Judy Creedon, versatile. Although the squad will
lose the valuable assistance of these seniors, there
will be nine returning varsity players.
As a climax of their winning season, the girls
defeated Claymont and won the trophy donated to
the winning team by Mr. Harvey E. Stahl, ex-
superintendent of Claymont High School.
Firsl Row, Lefl to Rigbl: Joan Brackin, Joann Hall, Judy Creedon, Susan Gaino, Jackie Burrows, Rosemary Sorrell, Glo Mes-
sina, Ann Joslin, Betsy Walker, Second 'Rouw Ginny Walker, Bonnie Alexander, Jane Davis, Suzanne Boyer, Roberta McCloskey,
Helen Brooks, Myra Campbell, Carol Harris, Joan Hahn, Linda Wilder, Rinny Hager, Sandi Hoffman, Anne Copeland.
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This year's varsity squad did not have the success
which last year-'s did, however, no one can say they
weren'r giving their best throughout the season. Captain
Bob Veasey kept the team spirit at a high level at all
times. Other members of the squad who will not be
around next year are Nipper Forster, Bob Harding, Ron-
nie Hickman, Bob Keating, Bobo Olsen, Charlie Springer,
Bob Suhr, Bill Trench, and Dave Warner.
The addition of coach John Bushman, who did a
great job with his junior varsity squad, is a step towards
preparing the boys for varsity competition under Coach
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Iell Io rzgbl: Ronnie Keating. Mike Messersmith, and Par Hahn, Co-Captains: janet Hoopes. Second Rau: Peggy Cairns
Kathy Hager, Miss Kuhn, Coach: Sandi Hoffman, Put Smullcn.
The varsity squad had a successful season, being undefeated until
their seventh game, with Claymont. The team elected Pat Hahn and Mike
Messersmith co-captains. Other seniors on the team were Sandi Hoffman
and Pat Smullen. Along with their own enthusiasm, the girls were
cheered on by the interest of the student body. Since the senior loss is
only four, the team ought to have as good a season next year because of
the experience of varsity players and the girls who will move up from
the also successful junior varsity squad.
JFNIOR VARSITY---Fifi! Roux Lefl to Righlc Glo Messina, Mary Ann NIL'C0!'II1il'k, farol Johnson, linda Wilder Q ll
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Gray, Sandy Snhoy, Virginia Wagner. .Seroml Row: Miss Kuhn, jzmc Davis, joAnn Strickland, jo Ann Hull, Nancy Tea-
garden, joan Hahn, Marsha Richards, Sumnnu Boyer, Christy HMC. Bully' Hilhll. 1-illilili TNOIIIRIS-
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CROSS COUNTRY-First Row. Left to Right: Bill Eichbaum, Tommy Thomas, Bobo Olsen, Captain: Bob Stevens, Jay Little. Second Row
MF- HOOPCS- Gordon Buffisf Manager: Don Munro, Bob Suhr, Alan Ramer, Bob Veasey, Phil Wagner, Manager.
The Cross-country team was led by captain Bobo Olsen, the only returning letterman from
last year. The new members of the squad were: Bill Eichbaum, Don Munro, Bob Veasey, Bob Suhr,
Alan Ramer, Roger Thomas and Bob Stevens. The managers were Phil Wagner and Gordon Bur-
ris. The team ended their season with a one and four record. Although the team record is not too
impressive, Bobo Olsen set a new school record of 11:49 while leading his team to a six place
finish in the state meet.
TRACK-First Row Left to Right- Charlie Wintzer, Robert Ficke, Dick Chatfield, Bill Gordon, Buzzy Donehower, Paul Storm Steve
Ficca, Tony Donehower. Second Ifow: Mr. Schmidt, Steve Lindell, Bob Reynolds, Bud Cartwright, Keith Eurenius, Dave Riggm Alan
Berry, Phil Bonner, Archie Hahn III, Gordon Winey, Mr. Hoopes. Noi Prerenl: Tony Quintano, Richard Bernard, Bill Pruitt Roger
Emerson, Bill Eichbaum, Dave Crawford, Nelson Murray, Don Munro, Jerry Roberts, Jack Smith.
Three returning letter winners back from last year were: seniors-Bud Cartwright, hurdles-
Dave Riggin, 880 and mile and junior--Bill Pruitt, 440. Also back this yere were: seniors-Don
Munro, high jumps-jerry Roberts, 100 and broad jumps-Roger Emerson, middle distance run-
ner-underclassmen-Alan Berry, pole valut and 100-and Dave Crawford, javelin. Additions to
the group include: Tony Quintano, a senior and exchange student, sprinter and shot put--Steve
Lindell, senior, mile-underclassmen include: Archie Hahn III, mile-Richard Bernard, shot put
and discus-Nelson Murray, shot put and discus-Bill Eichbaum, mile-Keith Eurenius, shot put
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SOFTBALL-First Row, Left In Right: Mary Lou Donath, Glo Messina, Gay Cannon, Rosemary Sorrell, Diane Staley, Betty Hahn. Second
Rauf: Jane Davis, Jo Anne Strickland, Joann Hall, Evelyn Farmer, Joanne Cohen, Lillian Thomas, Ginny Walker, Janet Hoopes, judy
Creedon, Ronnie Keating, Co-Captaing Joan Hahn, Miss Kuhn. Noi Presenl: Linda Wilder, Co-Captain, Peggy Cairns.
Once again with the first sign of spring, Miss Kuhn had the girls out on the softball field
and began loosening up muscles. Many girls came out for the team, but in the opening game with
Friends only twenty girls remained. The girls' victorious score was 45-8. The team was comprised
of underclassmen with the sole senior, Judy Creedon. Along with the enthusiasm of the school,
the spirit of the girls, which carried them through a good season, was led by Linda Wilder and
Ronnie Keating, co-captains. Besides the captains, other returning letter winners were: Janet
Hoopes, Joann Hall, Peggy Cairns, Lillian Thomas and joan Hahn.
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BASEBALL-First Row, Left to Rigbl: Bob Ralston, Bill Biehn, Bob Burton, Bill Trench, "Doc" Dougherty, Norman Ford, Bill Chernish,
Bobo Olsen, Bob Smith, Charlie Springer, Fred Wintzer. Second Rauf: Charles Collier, Nipper Forester, Irv Hollingsworth, Terry Martine,
John Cairns, Ronnie Ross, Joe Carbonell, Paul Riggs, Ronnie Hickman, Captain, Al Mousley, Bill North, Bill Springer, Paul Frederic,
Despite having to begin practice in the gym because of bad weather, the baseball team, com-
prised of seniors Ronnie Hickman, Charlie Springer, Bobo Olsen, and underclassmen Terry Mar-
tine, and john Cairns letter winners-and other seniors-Nipper Forster, Bill Trench and "Doc,'
Dougherty, got a busy season off to a good start by defeating Delaware City 7-6 and Middletown
6-2. Coach Magill had the very good assistance and spirit of Ronnie Hickman, captain, in leading
the team to a well remembered season. The team also met Archmere, Claymont, Mt. Pleasant,
Dover, Newark, Wfilmington and Conrad: all games that helped to make an outstanding season.
I would like to thank sincerely the Alexis I.
DuPont High School student body, faculty, and ad-
ministration for the fine co-operation and support
they have given the student council and myself this
past year. I would also like to offer any assistance
that I can give the new student body officers and I
hope that they have as successful a year as this has
President of the Student Council
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K lin from Left to Right: Carolyn Kilday, Sandy Schoy,-Janet Hoooes,
Pat Dobrick, Head Twirler: Phyllis Morse, Drum Maloretteg Liluan
h' k R ' K t'n . Standing, Left
Thomas, Mary Lou Donath, Ency Sc xc , onnie ear g
to Right: Steve Springer, Jimmy Clarke, Archie Hahrr, Donald Tibbett,
Robert Spear, Judy Frederick, Alan Ramer, Donald Munro, Steve Lindell,
Bob Burton, Dave Vannoy, Robert Sperati, Terry White. Third "low:
Nancy Teagarden, Bruce Gelin, Tommy Clarke, Rinny Hager, Sue Skiles.
Fourth Row: Steve Ficca, David Harmon, Sam Cupp, jeff Schevitz,
Remember the rock and roll session
on the football field during thee
Thanksgiving Day Football ga e7
That was only one of the activihf s
undertaken by this year's 56 p'fe,1
band under the direction of Mr. il-
liarns. Forty-two students make u the
playing organization. The remainder
is comprised of seven twirlers and
their captain, Pat Dobrickg the color
guard consisting of four members in-
cluding their captain, Pat Smulleng
and the Drum Majorette, Phyllis
Besides participating in the final
football pep rally and marching in
three parades, the band presented
their annual band concert on March
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Tommy Thomas, Bill Radcliff, John Johnson, Jim DeI.aney, Ginny
ker, Bob Smith, James Parsons, James Whittaker, Dalene King,
Cairns, Mr. Williams. Filth Row: Joe Carbonnell, Keith Eureinus,
Ramer, George Shanks, Carolyn Fitzsimmons, Pat Smullen, Ann Wh:
Becky Knowles, Edgar DeLaney, Bob Foster, Mary Libby, Kathy l
Richard Bernard, John Cairns, Sid Smith. Absenteerz Henry Im
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Carolyn Fix
Knowles. Alternaxes-Carole Pu
zsimmons. Par Smullen-caprgxin, Ann Whirman, Becky
mam, Sue Farwell, Carol Fnes, jean Todd.
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First Raw, Left to Rigbt: Evelyn Faw. Judy Geiger, Martha McCallister,
Patsy Cota, Nancy Hitchcock, Becky Knowles, Phyllis Morse, Martha
Ellis, Carol York, Diane Thompson, Suzanne Hills, Gloria Kunitsky,
Sandy Robertson, Judy Creedon. Second Row: Judy Frederick, Martha
Baird, Mike Messersmith, Nancy Weldin, Pat Smullen, Joann Matthew-
son, Terry White, Debby Walker, Mrs. Shiffert, Gigi McCue, Sheila
Enright, Jean Whisler, Elva Stroud, Sonya Kunitsky, Arm Whitman, Mary
Ann Garver. Third lKow: Bill Ratcliffe, Bud Cartwright, Charlie Springer,
Bobo Olsen, Donald Munro, Richard Bernard, Joe Carbonell, Dave R
gin, Paul Carkin, Johnny McGinley, Paul Riggs, Gerry Roberts. Fou:
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Row: Dave Warner, Bill Trench, Tom Ward, Jan eermans, :
Jack, Steve Chapman, Nipper Forster, Roger Emerson, Bob Veasey. I'
P1-exert: Norma Buchanan, Ronald Caldwell, Janet Fossum, Bernice li
gill, Peggy Marvel, Peggy Marvel, Grace Reilly, Mary Sheldrick, Elem
Slsk, Terry White.
The A Cappella Choir, under the direction of Mrs. Beatrice Shiffert, can look
back over a busy and successful year. In October, the choir sang for the student
serenaded the Parent Teachers Association.
body and also a representative group
December brought the usual Christmas rush. The annual Christmas play was ac-
companied by seasonal music from the choir. Several churches invited them to
present both the gay and inspirational songs. Barely had Christmas passed when
n the near future. Leads in the "Pirates of Penzance"
the operetta loomed ahead i
included: Richard Bernard, Mary Ann Garver, Bud Cartwright, Terry White,
Nipper Forster, Charlie Springer, jan Heermans, Roger Emerson, Mary Sheldrick,
rtha Baird. Also in February the choir visited the Delaware
received the Dunbar Choir from Washington, D. C. By their
Phyllis Morse and Ma
State Hospital and
busy calendar the choir has proved that hard work pays off.
ears Mrs. Shiffert has been assisted in the management of the
choir by the choir council and this year has been no exception. Members of this
efficient group who keep attendance and are called on to vote in all matters con-
' choir members are' Mike Messersmith, Evelyn Faw, Judy Geiger, Mary
Sheldrick, Martha Ellis, Ann Whitman, Mary Ann Garver, Charlie Springer, Dave
Warner, Paul Carkin, and Nipper Forster.
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First Row, Left to Right: lrv Hollingsworth, Bud Cartwright, Dave Rig- Springer, Nipper Forster, Tom Ward, Gary Marine, Gerry Roberts, Tony
gin, Treasuer: Bob Veasey, Bob Suhr, Bob Harding. Second Row: Terry Quiniano, Bill Trench, Norman Ford. Not Presenl: Dave Warner, Presi-
Martine, -John Cairns, Sid Smith, Secretary: Ronnie Hickman Bobo denf-
Olsen, Vice-Presidentg Bob Keating, Mr. Heilman. Third Row: ,Charlie
One of the biggest projects carried out by the Sports Club was the
selling of candy after school. With the money received the boys bought
photographic equipment for the football games. Along with good
citizenship, the club also sponsored several dances throughout the year.
irst Row, Left to IRigbt: Leonard Shannon, Paul Frederic, Harry Wilkin
rn, George Shanks, John Schuyler, Bill MacDonald, Secretary-Treasurer
an Donnan, Presidentg Gorgon Burris. Second Row: Kenny Hopkins, mon, Bob Foster, Tommy Mousley, Leroy Elder. Not Present: Ellis Pier-
ice-Presidentg Jack Chandler, jim Feldman, Carl Riegel, Mr. Lovall son.
- Harry White, Peter Burrows, jeff Friedman, Bill Marsey. Third Row:
3 Steve Hayes, Bill Gordon, Ronnie Sill, Les Rigler, Kenny Faw, David Har-
Contrary to their name this is not an organization concerning sports alone but one which also
aids the community. Throughout the year the boys raise money by sponsoring dances, dues and
other extra-curricular activities. With this money they have given gifts to needy people at Christ-
mas time and the rest of it has gone to various funds such as pupil aid. However, these letter win-
ners do think of themselves sometimes by taking trips to some sporting events.
First Row, Left to Right: Mary Ann Garver, Dottie Harris, Mike Messer-
smith, Sheila Enright, Dave Warner, Ency Schick, Phyllis Morse, Pat Yer-
ey, Sandi Hoffman, Mary Byington. Second Row: Bob Keating, Helen
Srice, Martha Ellis, Maubra Bundick, Dora Greer, Judy Geiger, Molly
Bushong, Evelyn Faw, .Beverly Sachs, Pat Dobrick, Carol York, Mary Lea
When this club was scheduled, a maiority of the Senior
students were anxious to ioin it to have a hand in the product
of the 1958 "Alexis," When the dust clearned, there were ap-
proximately forty students remaining to dig into the iob that
lay ahead. Headed by Ency Schick, editor, Dave Warner, as-
sistant editorg Phyllis Morse, business manager, Mike Messer-
Haye, Alan Forster. Third Row: Donald Munro, Bud Cartwright, Alan
Ramer, Phil Wagner, Aiia Ripa, Pat Smullen, Margie Evans, Susan Wash-
burn, Judy Fredericks, Marilyn Dorn, Judy Hall, Gigi McCue, Sandy
sobertson, Judy Creedon, Steve Lindell, Paul Carkin, Bobo Olsen, Dave
smith, snorts editor: and other odds-and-ends editors who work
ed equally as hard, the staff worked over-time, fighting such
elements as forgetful students, poor pictures, slow-moving
photo processors, and layout arguments, until this yearbook
was safely on its way to be printed.
Sitting, Left to Right: Jim Jackson, Richard Bernard, Bonnie Alexander,
Archie Hahn III, Carol Lucha, Sandi Hoffman, Frank Baker, Carolyn
Conly, Jon Govatos, Robert Hull. Second Row: Marilyn Kumnick, Sandy
Schoy, Sue Farwell, Jean Todd, Robin Miller, Maubra Bundick, Martha
McCallister, Karen Smith, Betty Pigueron, Peggy Martin, Barbara Gland-
ing. Third Row: Ernest Thompson, Dennis Reilly, Robert Bird, Aija
Ripa, Martha Baird, JoAnn Mathewson, Margie Evans, Mary Ann Garver,
Members of a popular club in school, these theatre aspi-
rants spend long hours rehearsing and discussing their pro-
ductions. Their activities include extemporaneous and planned
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Sue Skiles, Leta Flood, Dick Beck, Billy McClary, Mr. Simmons. Four!
Row: Lee Armington, Charles Dilks, Vickie Frommer, Marsha Richard
Suzane Hills, Molly Bushong, Martha Reid, Janet Fossum, Louise, Danne:
Colleen Parnell, Beverly Charamella, Harriet Pelletier, Ricky Farwel
Richard Hollingsworth, Dennis Pandelakis. Not Prexeniz Ida Banks, Susa
Washburn, Ann Whitman.
theatre, and who can forget those pantomimes in the dramatii
assembly? Topping off the year with a presentation of "Ant
gone" at the Delaware Play Festival and a night of one or
an nlavs. we mav someday see these names up in lights.
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First Row. Left to Rigbl: T. G, Joslin, Roh Maddock, john Gelin,
Sports Iiditor: jay Little, Photographer, Ellen Zoellner. Secretary:
Martha Ellis, Assistant Editor: Tod Mighton, Fditor-in-Chief: Becky
Schuyler, Business Manager, Linda Paul, Mary Byington, Merle
Comer, Linda Learhem, Second Razr: Linus Ellis, Bob Ralston,
This year as in previous years the student body has
been kept informed of activities and honors earned around
school. The group bringing us this information is our
hard working Press Club with the leadership of Tod
Mighton and the sponsorship of Miss Webster. The XVind-
up comes out five times a year and plus all the hard work
asm for its H The Eighth Grade
Katharine Zumbro, Ellen Stephens, Emmy Lou Keller, Christy Hale,
Diane Staley, Carolyn Cash, Carolyn McDermott, Miss Webster,
Suzanne Baker, Judy Cudnick, Ann Marie Ryan, Mary Libby, Rob-
bie I.ee Radcliff, Bill Prichard, jim Carpenter, Tommy Thomas, Bill
involved in putting it out, the club also slaves to give us
an excellent school magazine, the DuPont Echo, which for
the past several years has taken top awards at the Columbia
Scholastic Press Conference. One other task of this club
is the compiling of the school news to be sent in to the
W-DEL news broadcast.
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Sandy Robertson, Judy Geiger, Co-Captaing Brenda Dougherty.
Allernates: Gigi McCue, Connie Barnes.
Boosting pep and school spirit for our teams arf
the goals of our cheerleaders. Remember the skits, pos
ter parties, pep rallies and cartwheel marathon cheer
which the cheerleaders conducted? Sponsor Mrs. Con
lon, and co-captains Judy Geiger and Rita Ventura
led this year's squad through its various activities
which included a get-acquainted dance in September
a special pep-rally dedicated to seniors, purchasing new
uniforms for basketball season, home-made baked
goods sales, and finally, the traditional cheerleading
dance in the spring, where the 1958 Sports King an-
Queen were crowned.
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GIGI MCCUE SANDY ROBERTSON
Junior High Cheerleaders
The collectors are iust what their
name implies. These boys and girls are
ones who collect objects such as stamps,
matchbook covers and butterflies as a
Sitting, Left to Right: John Hatcher, Anne
Haldeman, Susan Jones, Bonnie Martin, Ann
Libby, Joe Carbonell. Standing: DeForest
Johnson, Phyllis Palmatary, Teddy Powl, Jeff
Taylor, Harry Danner, Terry Lake. Not Pres-
ent: Howard Johnson.
FUN IN SCIENCE
Those sets for the Senior Play and Oper-
Etta were designed by members of this club
who assisted Mr. Keating, the advisor. Pos-
ters for social affairs are drawn by these
talented students, who also do quick sket-
ches of live models, and some still-life
Sitting, Left ta Right: Bill North, Abby Chap-
man, Debby Walker, Barbara Ziegler, Ginny
Spackman, Roy Schuyler. Second Raw: H. L.
Farmer, Susan Gaine, Lorraine Brinkley, Mary
Reynolds, Cathy Huth, Margaret Moore, Peyton
Walker, Kathryn Van Gorder, Carol Sharp, Mr.
Keating. Third Row: Steve Beck, Polly Repman,
Anita Prichard, Judy Walker, Laura Whitman,
Eleanor Graham, Ray Mortensen, Carol Ann Do-
nath, Shirley Rabouin, Donna Street, Carol Cher-
nish, Bill Welch. Not Present: Ernest Baylor,
Ronnie Caldwell, Peggy DeLaney, Dick Eskridge,
Robert Fox, Lee Hoehn, John Ripa, Jimmy
Schmidt, Barbara Spear, Barry Spigner, Nancy
Thomas, Brian Trench, Robert Radcliff.
These boys, sponsored by Mr. Samuel
Simmons, explore the realms of the
world of science finding new and inter-
esting things in this field, proving sci-
ence can be fun. '
Sitting, Left to Right: Doug Bray, Tom Flood,
Kenny Potts, Jamie Parsons, Jerry Wolf, Gene
Peirson. Standing: Jerry Feist, Bruce' Gelin,
Kent Collier, Millard Starling, Garry Quisen-
bery, Peter Coons, George Stike.
A service organization, this group works
for the benefit of our community. Their
achievements include favors for a mental
hospital and scrapbooks constructed as
gifts for a deserving children's ward.
Fitting, Left to Right: Mrs. Beyer, Helen Brookg
iecretary-Treasurer: Suzanne Boyer, President:
viyra Campbell, Vice-President: Arlene Eastburn,
Karen Carpenter. Second Row: Barbara Wood-
vard, Beverly Lloyd, JoAnn Leahey, Shirley Bu-
ah, Jane Alexander, Pat Ellsworth, Robbie Mc-
Iloskey, Jane Davis. Third Row: Suzi Conta,
Bonnie Ayers, Barbara Smith, Linda Caraher, Mar-
garet Woodbury, Judy Kusheloff, Sandy Sylvester
Virginia Wagner, Shirley Forester.
UNIOR I-ll GLEE CLUB
It is because of the projectionists that
the student body is able to see all of the
film that they do. For there is no other
group in the school specially trained to
run the audio-visual machines which in-
clude sound equipment as well as film
projectors. The boys must pass certain
requirements before they are considered
projectionists and then are available to
all classes for running visual-aid equip-
First Row, Left to Right: josh Humphrey,
Ronnie Savidge, John Drysdale, Bobby Rey-
nolds, Fred White, Nelson Murray, Jimmy
Anderson, Gordon Whiney. Second lRow: John
Burrows, Peter Coons, Ralph Kruger, Charlie
Wintzer, Linus Ellis, Dave Vannoy, Barry
Spigener, Tom Hale, Mr. Dilworth. Third
Row: Edward Saegers, Charles Bickey, Keith
Blosser, Bill Spruance, Clarence Church, Billy
Tansley, Walter Mclivilly, Bob Radcliff, Bobby
Sperati. Nat Present: Harry Troiani.
JU IOR HIGH Y TEENS
This choral group blends in two, three,
or four part harmony, as well as singing in
unison. They participated in the annual Christ-
mas Program, as well as several assemblies
with the Choir. The Glee Club presents pro-
grams for any organization who wishes music,
such as the Governor Bacon Health Center.
Sitting, Left to Right: Buzzy Donehower, Susan Sou-
thard, Pam Casella, Lynn Bonner, Sue Alexander,
Pamela Mendolia, ,Ioan Matlusky, Susan Johnson, Su-
san Behling, James Clark. Second lRow: Carter Tay-
lor, Peyton Bird, Barbara Reid, Joyce Barnes, Chris-
sie Johnson, Nancy Winde, Janet Ogle, Sevilla Hed-
rick, Paula Thayer, Dianne Wilkinson, Virginia Reid.
lbrrd Row: jerry Wimer, Jacqueline Pugh, Sylvia
Roberts, Peggy DeLaney, Olivia Baughman, Michelle
Lewis, Cisela Hoyer, Mrs. Shiffert, Advisor: Joan
Brackin, Diane Stamper, Joann Strickland, jean Hull,
Sam Cupp. Fourth Row: Harry Willis, Fredrick
Ayers, Robert Crawford, John Conley, Earl Pryor,
John Turk, Alice Newlin, Stephen Ficca, Eugene
Saunders, Rooney Lovett, Phil Dowds, Charles Brack-
in. Not Present: Justine Neff, Betsy Fowler, jean
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The Storytellers bring entertainment
to shut-ins and nursery children through-
out the community. They do this by
taking trips to nearby schools, institu-
tions and hospitals and telling their
audiences interesting and usually amus-
Sitting: Nancy Hunt, Nancy Teagarden, Mary
Alice Harrell. Standing: Carole Putnam, Jean-
ette Lang, jackie Burrows, Randi Miller,
:Kathy Maddock. Not Present: Miriam Mose-
. ,Qui all
When first aid is needed these are
the girls to call on, for under the spon-
sorship of Mrs. Gooding they have
learned all about first aid along with
the benefits of a nursing career.
In Bed: Claire Ellsworth. Standing, Starling at
Left: Mrs. Gooding, Rosa Paloni, Sandy Ford,
Elizabeth Davis, Sally Webber, Susan Corbish,
FUTURE TEACHERS GP AMERICA CLUB
The Future Teachers Club at A. I. is
a small group whose aim is to learn
how to become well informed and cap-
able teachers of tomorrow. A member
in good standing with the National As-
sociation of Future Teachers of America,
the club carries out a program of study
and field trips to learn first hand the
problems of the teaching profession, and
how to meet them.
Lefl to Right: Barbara Simpson, Cathy Hull,
The photography club, though small,
should be one of increasing interest to
its members. They are able to learn the
tricks of the camera and how to develop
pictures. It is where students may learn
skills to be used after high school.
Sitting, Left to Rigbl: Nancy Weldin, Mr.
Yingst, Linda Zacovic. Standing: Terry Van
Gorder, Jimmy Anderson, Bob Sperati.
The library council acts as Mrs. Mur-
mhy's right hand. During library periods
hey take attendance, sign books out
nd keep the shelves in order. Any one
if these students can explain the entire
ilting, Left to Right: Myra Campbell, Sue
lehling, Robin Miller. Standing: Van Don-
ian, Nancy Winde, Anita Prichard, Laura
Vhitman, Pam Casella, Lynn Bonner, Mary
Iarrell, Cathy Maddock, Ann Haldeman,
hirley Rabouin, Frankie Wagner.
By looking at the picture it would
seem as though the electronics club
worked with intricate confusing instru-
ments. This may be so, but by now, after
a year's study, this equipment does not
seem as intricate and confusing and the
boys are getting enjoyment from what
they have learned.
Ex to Right: Mr. Bushman, jimmy Schmidt
Jimmy Hunt, Dan Newlon, Richard Sullivan:
SENIOR HI Y TEENS
Sxttmg Bobnliarding, Jeff Schevitz, President: Mike Messersmith, Bob
Suhr Standzng: Roger Emerson, Ann Whitman, Norma Buchanan,
Charlie Springer, Susan Washburn, Phyllis Morse, Nipper Forster.
The Honor Society at Alexis I. is a newly
chartered branch of the National Honor Society.
Their aim is to honor students of merit, on the
points of Scholarship, Services, Leadership and
Citizenship. The main activity of this year's group
was to raise money in order to grant a scholarship
to some lucky senior.
Sitting: Barbara Bramble, jackie Thomas, Linda Wilder, Presid
Standing: Evelyn Garvine, Miss Benzing, Becky Knowles, Secret
Carol Harris, Faye Trimble, Treasurer: Pat Hahn, Vice-President: .
Community work is the main interest of
this club. The girls strive to do good for others
less fortunate. They try to carry out their aims
by cheering up the sick, making favors for those
in hospitals and raising money through drives.
SMALL BOATS CLUB
Sitting: Leo Rowe, Steve Chapman, Cliff Breeding, Wilson Davis. Sec-
ond Row: Van Wells, Bud Gwaltney, Pat O'Bryan, Marty Shannon,
Herb Fletcher, Mr. Schaefer, Third Row: Dave Cook, Lester Gray, Bob
Rodgers, Franny Armstrong, Ronald Jack.
The main purpose of the Auto Club is iust
what is impliede-the members devote their time
to their cars. To prove their skill the club par-
ticipates in endurance tests with their cars. The
three main requirements of the club are that
members must have a Delaware driver's license,
access to a car and they must be safe, good
S'tl'n Richard Chatfield Robert Reno, John Olsen, Mr.
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Standing: Steve Springer, john Goodwin, John Lloyd, Edward 1
Not Present: Tom Hale, Ronnie Blevins, George Hunter, John D1
A cruise is in the offering for these luck boys
but right now they are sticking to land work.
They follow the coast guard, practice boating
safety and work on small inboards.
reeling, Left lo. Rigbt: Doc Doughtery, Jerry Roberts, Johnny McGin
'. Slandmg: Bill Gass, Paul Riggs, Josh Humphrey, Herbie Barnes,
Mousley. Not Prexent: Bob Keating.
The stagecraft crew works along with the
art department and the dramatics club in prepar-
ing the sets for dramatic presentations. They are
the people who see to it that the sets are up,
safe and sound, for assemblies.
Sitling, Left to Right: Carolyn Biddle, June Dennis, Christine Berry
Standing: Effie Hall, Tracy Wagner, Mary Ellen Emory, Marie Wagner
Not Prexent: Margaret Panero.
These girls combine talent with fun as they
work on their needle-work, knitting and sewing.
Their fingers are constantly busy and they have
gotten many fine pieces of work as a result.
RTISTIC TYPING LEATHERCRAFT
ug, Left to Rigbl: .Maureen Ashby, Jennie Lee Weldon, Elva Stroud
, L R'b:B M'h ,D1 M'll,P"ll Pff',M,
y Roberts. Slandmg: Mr. Howard, Marion Oliphant, Ruth Ann Bifyfefiol-lefgntpegfggn, lc ner cores I er Hsu a ro In r
No typing skill is required in this club, how-
ever, creative ideas are necessary. With the aid
of the typewriter these girls make designs on
paper. These designs vary from Christmas trees
to complete scenes.
The members of this club pride themselves
in the fine workmanship they display in their
finished products. By making bookmarkers, belts,
andhkey holders, the club learns how to tool
Firrt Row, Left to Right: Bob Hollingsworth,
Alan Stephans, Dave Biehn, Bob Hedreen.
Second Row: Keith Eurenius, Jeff Schevitz,
Virginia Walker, Margaret Riggin, Ronnie
Keating, Margie Dunlop, Dennis Goslin,
Jan Heermans. Third Ro-uf: Dave Crawford,
Phil Ragazzo, Norma Schulty, Myra Perry,
Sharon Farmer, Joan Hahn, JoAnn Hall,
Ruth Talley, Miss Kuhn. Fourth Row: Paul
Ramer, Bill Biehn, Mary Lou Tims, Peggy
Cairns, Margery Hallett, Georgia Feist, Bob
Burton, Phil Bonner.
Anyone who walked into the gym,
during club period, this year, would
have found a very busy group. In the
beginning of the year the members
learn the fundamentals of table tennis
and then throughout the year they strive
to improve their playing.
Left to Right: Jerry Greenwald, Peter Eberlin,
Frankie Wagner, Jack Barnhart, H. I.. Farmer,
Fred Wintzer. Second Row: Bill Radcliffe,
Bob Tansley, Anne Copeland, Mary Lou Do-
nath, Rosemary Sorrell, Gloria Messina, Bob
Smith, Bill Springer. Third 1Raw: Carolyn
Walls, Lillian Thomas, Nora Sice, Margaret
Panaro, Margie Swann, Barbara Woods, Betty
Hahn, Mary Theresa Gallagher, Mr. Hoopes.
Fourth Row: john Bourdon, Andy Moore,
Janet Hoopes, JoAnne Cohen, Betsy Walker,
Mary Passmore, Earl Johnson, Howard Kleitz.
The Rifle Club, one of our lz
clubs, teaches its members the funda
tals of good marksmanship. The 1
bers of the club learn the propei
of the sling, as well as the tr
squeeze, different positions of firin,
rifle and other such fundamentals.
First Row, Left to Right: Brooks Laytor
DeLaney, Barbara Billingsley, Barbara
Dick Grove, Tom Smith, Second Row:
liam Chernish, Laura Perry, Carolyn l
Jean Whisler, Nancy Hitchcock, Ethel I
erty, Treasurerg Diane Thompson, I
King, Mr. Magill. Third Raw: Harry
Bill Pruitt, Eugene Church, John Bastian
Hahn, Robert Stevens, Bill Gass, Paul
Vice-President, Deiter Korden. Not P
1 Shirley Halverson, Presidentg Harry Will
UTURE F RMER OF AMERICA
Kneeling, Left ta Right: Bill Hickman, Jimmy Hall, Ronnie Sutton, Al Mousley, Captaing Bill Pruitt, Dick Grove, Bill
Standing: Mr. Simmons, Tony Donnelly, Dennis Pandelakis, Pat O'Bryan, Leo Rowe, Alan Berry, Wilson Garrett.
Perhaps the best known activity of the Future Farmers of America is the annual Har-
vest Ball which they sponsor in the fall. However, there are equally important trips, proj-
ects and other activities in which they participate. Alexis I. is proud of their outstanding
basketball record, for they are leading the New Castle County F.F.A. Basketball League this
year and were county champions in 1956 and 1957. The agriculture students have participated
in state, regional and national judging contests. F.F.A. trips include visits to Hershey hockey
games, the Pennsylvania Farm Show, and the Walker Gordon Farms. In February their
greenhouse project was begun-raising flowers and vegetables. On February 25, the annual
Broiler Raising Project started. The boys dressed, packed and sold finished birds. Alexis l.'s
fine agricultural program is evidenced by the fact that, last fall, one member was in a re-
gional contest, and five members were in national contests, certainly no easy feat.
A at Work Officers
Left to Right: Mr.
Leo Rowe President'
Bill Biehn Secretaryg
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ter Ronnal Sutton,
FRIENDS OF THE ALEXIS
THERESA M. GEORGE
C. J. SCHMIDT
GIGI and SANDI
TED and ANN JOSLIN
DOC and HERBIE
MR. and MRS. PHILIP WAGNER
MR. and MRS. PAUL J. HAHN
GEORGE and TIGER
KEN and JIM
BUZZY and NANCY
MR. and MRS. HOWARD GEIGER
JERK and ROWDY
MR. and MRS. CORNELIUS J. MURPHY
MR. and MRS. CARKIN and PAUL
MRS. ERNEST SHIFFERT
MR. and MRS. JAMES ASHBY
MR. and MRS. HENRY E. COWELL
DR. THOMAS W. HOWIE
JANE and JAYNE
MISS MARGARET STEWART
TONY and MARSHA
BILL and NANCE
MR. and MRS. D. J. HAYE
LOIS and JUDY
MR. and MRS. A. H. MESSERSMITH
MR. and MRS GEORGE A. PAUL
MR. and MRS. RIGGIN and LITTLE DAVE
MR. and MRS CARTWRIGHT and BUD
DICK and SPUTNIK
RONNIE and BARBARA
DOROTHY S. ALLEN
SHEILA and DUKE
MR. and MRS. J. WILSON HOOPES
DADDY and DUMPLINS
JOHNNY and ROCK
HOWARD JOHNSON - TIMMEY
MR. and MRS. CHARLES E. GREER
MR. and MRS. S. A. LANDRY
MR. and MRS. ELMER G. YERGEY
MRS. MARGUERITE BENTHALL
MRS. MYRA KOONS
MR. and MRS. PHILIP C. MORSE
JOANN and MIKE
STEPHEN and JUSTINE
SAM LOVES PAM
RICHARD N. BERNARD
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MR. and MRS. L. H. SCHICK
MR. ELMER KOONS
E. JANE HAMMELL
DREAMER and BABY DOLL
MR. qua MRS. E. L. RAMER
MARY ELLEN ZOLPHER
JAY ALDERSON LYNCH
MR. and MRS. HENRY DOBRICK
MR. and MRS. E. J. CREEDON
ANNE, WENDY and DAVID McCUE
MR. and MRS. CARL SISK, SR.
CARL SISK, JR.
MR. and MRS. WALLACE EVANS
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SPOOK and INNOCENT
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MRS. MARY FRANCIS WALKER
E. RUSSELL WILLIAMS, JR.
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Do I have to twirl? Who's the fellow in the back?
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