Friends School of Baltimore - Quaker Yearbook (Baltimore, MD)
- Class of 1951
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We, the class of 1951, proudly dedlcate thls year
book to the one who through the years has always
been there when we needed to talk over our prob
lems and who, by taking a personal lnterest ln each
and every one of us has earned our deep affectlon
and smcere gratltude
ELEANOR M. DILWORTH
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Edna P Legg
Marlan B Mlllard
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Eugene H Denk
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CONSTANCE SINCLAIR BLAKE
She took the berries wtth her hand and
love wzth her sweet sweet eyes
Flght team fight' Yes lt IS Tlllle
again cheermg on the Big Red Almost
every game wltnessed thls ardent follower
of sports havlng heart fallure untll the final
xilt was our galn and Roland Park s loss
, ,when ln the elghth grade Connle jolned
us No one could stay angry long when
those blg blue eyes were turned ln h1S dl
rectxon Neat as a p1n and pretty as a
plc ure she found a warm spot ln the heart
of t e class
Worklng ln the tower wlth Mr Dahl
last year brought forth her 3I'tlStlC talent
Her plctures and posters on exhlblt have
been ample proof of her abxllty In college
we expect she will major 1n the art field
We trust even though the school years
arexover Connle w1ll contmue to r1de ln
that Colden Charlot Blue Packard It
is with n heavy heart that Frlends School
and her classmates watch Connle walk xnto
the terrors of college llfe
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DUANE RIDGELY BOLGIANO
0 sczence and logtc he chatters as ne
and as ast as he can Though 1 am
judge 0 such matters lm sure hes
a talented man
Ridge IS the electrlcal genlus of the class
Every fall for a number of years he has
had the lmportant Job of arranglng the
llghts and other wlrlng for the operetta
Many tlmes 1n physics class he has
brought up subyects that were much too
deep for the rest of us poor students
This year for the first tlme Rldgely
J0lIl6d the group of bone benders durmg
the wmter 1n the Upper School basement
He has also engaged 1n tennis during the
Rldge certalnly has a bright future
ahead 1n any sclentlfnc field he should
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SARA ELIZABETH BOULDEN VIRGINIA BOURNE
To hear her vowe ln laughter rlng bu
0 ye gods to hear her stng'
lf you should hear spontaneous laughter
or see a brunette lost ln a fog dont get
exclted' Its only Sara durlng one of her
faraway moments Sara jolned us ln the
tenth grade and ever slnce has played an
lmportant part ln our class llfe Who can
ever forget her sclntlllatlng words ln meet
mg? Our Junlor Prom could never have
been such a success wlthout her guldance
and careful plannlng as she IS luckllv
glfted wlth orlglnallty and splendld ldeas
lNot only for plannlng ,lunlor Proms
elther'l Sara lS not only worklng on the
ulll and uaker staffs thls year but IS
one of our class representatives ln the Sen
ate and patlently keeps order ln the Study
Halls Sara has been the backbone of our
.l V Hockey Team for three years and
thls year as she well deserved was elected
co manager of the hockey teams Randolph
Macon IS our pals next step and we all
know that wherever she goes shell make a
name for herself
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What a rlot' Everyone says that about
Glnny Clnny IS an extremely consclous
person about her studles Smce the elghth
grade when she yolned us she has con
tlnuously cllmbed hlgher toward perfec
tlon every year Clnnys name falthfully
ranks among the honor roll names each
quarter But dont thlnk this IS all she
does for It IS far from t
Our bulletln boards and halls would be
dull and empty lf lt werent for Glnnys
maglc touch wlth the palnt brush
Because of Clnnys popularlty some
tlmes we find her mlnd upon the past week
end lnstead of rlght ln the classroom
But who can blame her for that'
portunltles Wlll be brlght and excltlng
and that her success ln llfe wlll be great
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MARY ELIZABETH BRACK
You stand lil your own lzght
Our future Sarah Bernhardt 15 Betty
Wlth her sparkllng eyes and ready SlI'lllC
she stands out 1n any group Her heart
IS at the Hllltop and her mlnd as well
Her summer there as an apprentlce was
very successful Bettys one all consumlng
ambltlon IS to be an actress and that we
thlnk she wlll be She IS a lone wolf
an lndlvldual 1n her own rlght but to those
special person and one we will never for
get Her home IS 1n Louxslana and she
often yearns to be there agaln She IS a
person of unusual 1IltClllgCIlCC and her
bltln sarcastlc w1t though rarely dns
played IS worth Walling for Her frlends
call her a llttle zany but when you are
down ln the dumps lt IS Betty who picks
you up Unswervlng 1n her loyaltles as
well as her oplnlons It IS an exhaustlng
fight to change her mmd about anythlng
At any rate wlth her ablllty and dramatlc
talent we are sure that someday we wlll see
Betty s name m llghts on Broadway
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MARY VALORA EVERITT BROWN
Then she would talk ye gods how she
Anytxme we see a spurt of dust preceded
by a bug whlte Bulck we know Mary s at
the wheel and the back seat IS probably
filled by members of the Semor Class She
IS VIVHCIOUS talkatlve and the llfe of every
party The Brown resldence has become
a soclal center for Homeland and v1c1n1ty
We ll never forget her numerous Xmas
tlon throughout the years
Aslde from all the fun weve had wlth
Mary we wont forget her SCTIOUS nature
She takes an actlve part ln school actxvltles
She was chalrman thls year of the Soclal
Commlttee and has done a good job of
feeding the hungry teams after games She
was also co chalrman of one of our most
successful dances thus proving her glft of
Mary has an lnnate deslre to serve peo
ple After college she hopes to teach m
a nursery school
We know that her perfect dlsposltlon
will w1n her frlends wherever she goes
and whatever she does
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who really know her, Betty is a very dances which remain the topic of conversa-
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PETER FRANCIS BRYAN ELZA PATRICIA CHENOWITH
He knew whatever s to be known
Pete has been ln Frlends ever slnce the
slxth grade and durlng that time has
galned the frlend h1p and respect of every
classmate Although he IS of the qulet
type Petes mental powers are far from
mactlve Hrs marks have always been
above average especlally ln mathematics
lf anyone has a problem 1n physics see
Pete has partlclpated 1n all forms of
athletlcs football wrestllng and lacrosse
ber of both the uaker and the utll
After leavmg the old Alma Mater thls
sprmg Pete plans to enter H0pklHS where
he wrll complete hrs preparauon for a
career ln the busmess world We are sure
Pete has got what ll takes to be a success
ful buslness man and we wish hlm all the
luck m the world
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Gwe thy thoughts no tongue
The Class of 51 would hereby llke to
announce that xt has a real celebrlty
Mlss Patrlcla Chenowlth Patty, IH her
qulet way has been walkmg off Wlth a few
golfing honors A future Babe Zaharlas
rlght ln our mldstl
Patty entered Frlends 1n the freshman
year and we lmmedlately realized that we
had gamed an asset She soon became a
staunch supporter of the bowlmg team
and an enthuslastlc member of the Glee
everythlng was evlnced ln her junlor year
when her llst of actlvltles lncluded not only
bowlmg and the Clee Club but also the
Badmmton Team As a member of the
Badmmton Team she won her coveted
The phrases we WlSh you all the suc
cess ln the world or good luck have
been used so many tlmes but we really
mean lt when we say all the success ln
whatever you choose to do after you leave
Frlends portals Patty
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Say what you have to say not what you
Get that arm up Betsy youll never
slam with a crooked arm Spendlng four
years on the badmlnton courts has gamed
her the number one posltlon on the team
and the captamcy of the team 1n her senlor
After spendlng a long tlme at Roland
Park she came to Frlends to follow ln the
footsteps of her mother and father She
puts her whole heart and soul into all her
If a gust of wmd passed you you would
know that lt was Betsy always rushmg
from class to class After school she makes
a mad dash for the gym to play badmln
ton She was ln one of the state tourna
ments ln 1949 As a senlor she played ln
an exhlbltlon w1th Bobby Roberts' When
you read the headlmes about the badmln
ton champxonshlp you ll remember the
blonde haired clear blue eyed Betsy of
the class of 51
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RUTH ZILLAH CROSBY
How ar the lzttle candle throws tts
Smce the second grade Ruthle has
faithfully attended Frlends but as far as
we can see she must have lost those extra
inches of helght back 1n the Lower
School Remember the best thmgs do
come rn small packages' R1ght9 Those
on the hockey field have certamly been
aware of Ruths presence as she played
J V for two years and for the last two
years she has played goalle for the Varslty
This year she was elected co captam of
the team Anyone who knows Ruthle
would not even have to ask her lf all those
bumps and bruises are worth lt because
we know how she loves that goal Ruth
has taken quxte an Interest ln the Welfare
Comrmttee slnce her Junlor Year and has
entered 1nto 1ts many projects Just what
would we have done wlthout the Crosby
Taxl SCTVICC nobody knows We all know
a sweet gal llke Ruthle w1ll have no trouble
maklng frrends wherever she goes Good
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SARAH LOUISE CURLETT
A fnger ln every ple
Thlrteen years ago ln the D group of
Frlends Nursery School there was a llttle
glrl who always had her chubby fingers ln
everything Now 1n her senlor year but
no longer chubby Sally stlll has a finger
1n every pxe as presldent of the G A A and
as a member of the Varslty Hockey
Basketball and Tennls Teams WlDnlHg
her blazer ID her freshman year was qulte
an unusual accompllshment
lnslde of school or out Sally IS always
full of fun and ready to help create a good
tlme for all Her bubblmg personality and
popularlty leave us breathless Sal never
seems able to cram her many admirers lnto
her already crowded weekend
Sally can usually be seen elther dashing
to some commlttee meetlng or looking for
Mrs Mlllard Sally wlll always be a leader
wlth many many followers
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LYDIA ANN DASHIELLS
To beguzle many and to be beguzld by
When you hear the phrase What wlll
I tell h1m9 or Ill never pass thls test
you know that Laddle IS ln your sur
roundmgs Count em one by one there
are a mllllon freckles on this l1ttle glrls
face and each one adds to her charm You
can check thls wlth Hopklns the UHIVCISIIY
of Vlrglma and last but not least the
Lydla IS one of the few glrls that have
been at FS from nursery school through
hxgh school and the class would not be
complete wlthout her Her plano playlng
IS somethmg pretty wonderful The classlcs
are her specialty but the popular never
suffers ln her hands
The hockey field as well as the basket
ball courts have known her presence all
through her school career She lS no grmd
but she IS always near the top scholas
All durlng the school year we hear about
Lydlas famous summers at Ocean Clty
Someday she may go back to stay W
know that some college wlll be rlcher by
the charms of thls F rlends School gal
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LELLA LEE DAVIS CAROL LEE FORDYCE
As merry as the day LS long
Lella Lee entered the Class of 51 ln
the mrddle of her freshman year and was
able to fit easlly 1nto the class plcture She
IS always ready and eager to lend her
artxstlc ldeas for posters and decoratxons
More than once she has amused her fellow
students wlth qulck sketches drawn hastlly
on her homework
Lella Lee IS qu1te mterested also ln
mathematlcs and very frequently IS seen
ulth a pencll IH one hand her physlcs
book ln the other and a puzzled look upon
She can always tell you how many hours
It IS unt1l the next weekend arrls es as she
IS usually awaltmg one of those specxal
weekends to he spent wlth a certaln some
one from the Eastern Shore
Lella lntends to stay at home next year
and attend one of Baltlmore s own colleges
We know that she w1ll find many new
frlends and make them feel at home
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They are never alone that are accom
pamed wlth noble thoughts
Does anybody know why a certain
someones picture from the 1950 class m
Mr Nlcks room slts first ln order? ,lust
ask Carol Lee and she wlll be only too glad
A Frlends School team could never be
complete wlthout Carol Lee out there ln
the mldst of battle It seems mcredlble
that any person could have so much energy
and enthusiasm as Carol Lee has' If the
glrls dont have a game scheduled a day
that the boys do you can always make a
pretty sure bet that Carol Lee s great school
Splflt has taken her to cheerlead ln the
Our class wlll never forget all the tlme
and expert work that Carol Lee put forth
as the Co Chalrman of the 1950 Bazaar
We can certalnly predlct that lf Carol
Lees college and career days contaxn as
much marvelous leadershlp and splrlt as
she dlsplayed ln Frlends School, she Wlll
be an exceedlngly outstandlng person
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WILMER KRUSEN GALLAGER JR JOHN STANLEY GILBERT
Hear ye not the hum of mtghty
Wllmer joined the class m the thlrd
grade and slnce that tlme he has become
recognized as a bram Hls name IS a
permanent fixture on the honor roll Wll
mer excels ln math especlally mlssmg very
few pomts all year He IS the possesser of
Journallstlc talent too bemg on the News
Staff of the Qutll and servlng as co edltor
of the uaker The work put ln by Wilmer
on the publlcatlon has made thls years
uaker one of the best
Wllmer has gone out for all the sports
at F rlends He IS a member of the Llttle
Gym Boys fwrestllng teaml and IS a
solld defenseman ln lacrosse All thls ex
erclse on the athletlc fields must make hlm
hungry for he consumes vast quantltles of
food IH the lunchroom Possessmg a keen
sense of humor Wllmer IS always qulck to
catch on to a joke and to have a return
ready Thls sense of humor coupled with
hls mtelllgence IS sure to put Wllmer at
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Patns o love be sweeter ar than all
other pleasures are
From out on the farm came ,lack start
mg Frlends 1n the slxth grade Jack s
trademark is a new Packard car This
trong tlreless lad soon became a mamstay
on the football and lacrosse teams belng
elected co captam of football ln his senlor
year Hrs hard runnlng and tackllng made
hlm and hrs number 33 jersey well known
to the opposltxon ln hls three years on the
varslty ,lack spent four years on the la
crosse team playmg a dependable game
at mldheld He was elected treasurer of
the B A A Also Jack lS always keen and
wltty and has an even temper He has hlS
ness When not at school or farmlng Jack
can usually be seen with Connie Wlth his
own buslness once he graduates thls
frlendly good looklng Semor IS all ready
for anythlng and we wlsh him plenty of
success ln llfe
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ORYSJCHAMBERS GLAZIER EUGENE EDWARD HEATON
lac moon looks on many Brooks
Isnt anyone gomg to St Pauls today'7
Mold than once these words have echoed
through the halls, and we know that Dorry
IS looklng for transportation to see Brooks
If St Pauls was coed we would probably
ave lost Dorry long ago, but at lt IS, she
entered Frlends at the tender age of four
and has been Wlllh us ever slnce
Dorry has added many gay and hllarlous
oments to our classes and has also had
many helpful ldeas and suggestions when
It comes to class functlons If ever anyone
lS needed for the decoratlng commlttee, she
IS usually the first to volunteer
An all around glrl Dorry played on
varsity basketball and hockey teams thls
year and was elected co captaln of the
Dorry IS headlng for Centenary Junlor
College next year, and whatever Dorry
does we know she wlll always put her
heart mto lt and make a success of lt
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Hrs bark w worse than hrs ble
Here 1S one of the natlons foremost
lawyers of 1960- Our Boy Gene His
ablllty to present a substantlal argument
for any ldea ought to carry hlm far ln
the field of law Gene s name on the honor
roll has grown yellow with age as he has
been a constant member of that select
group ever slnce the seventh grade
Gene has been far from ldle on the
athletxc Held, also Besides belng on the
grunt and groan team durlng the wlnter,
he has been a stalwart member of the foot
ball and lacrosse squads
One would thlnk that dolng such a good
Job 1n the above mentloned 8CtlV1t1CS would
take most of Euge s tlme, but he also held
one of the most lmportant jobs ln the
semor class-co d1tor of the Quzll Great
ly due to Gene s ard work, the standards
of the Quill have been mamtalned at the
same hlgh level as 1n preceding years
So heres wlshmg good luck m later
llfe to a leader of our class
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Wu ups her tongue whene er she talks
Our travellng gal from Edgewood began
commuting to Friends three years ago and
we certainly are glad that she chose us
Pat IS of a rather quiet nature around the
classroom, but those wllo know her know
what a terrific Hal she IS She IS always
terested ln your problems and IS glad to
help a frlend
Last summer Pat was chosen Princess
of the Bush River Boat Club so that
speaks for her appearance wlthout any
further explanation This year Patty was
elected Secretary of the class and at every
class meeting we see her falthfully vvrltlng
down the minutes The Welfare Commlt
tee appreciated Pats interest and assist
ance and of course we cant leave out
her partlclpatlon ln the Glee Club
away we just hope that she wont forget
all about us next year but we know that
she wlll have no trouble making new
frlends wherever she goes'
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ANNE LEARY HOLLAND
Laughter and un good humor and
ellowshzp rolled mto one
,lust glve Annle Bug a whlff of ocean
breeze and she IS camped for the summer
Anne has two great lnterests the ocean
and anlmals Who can ever forget the
many hurt llttle dogs that Anne has
worrled over? No one wlll forget the
blg black skunk with the whlte stripe'
Welfare and people play a blg part ln
Anne s llfe Thls year as chairman of the
Local Welfare Commlttee she was always
ready to contribute her efforts to McK1m
to hospitals and to needy people Advice
to the love lorn has always fascinated her
and many a problem has been mulled over
durlng study hall
Anne was busy managing the Hockey
teams this year Handlng out tunlcs get
players tlme and score was quite a job
But she was really terrlfic and won the
admlratlon and affections of the teams sle
Carefree and happy Anne IS however,
always a good one to stlck by her con
vlctlons to the bltter end This worthy
quality and her strong sense of frlendshlp
wlll see her through anything she goes after
ln the future
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Nature made her as she should not too
bad and not too good
Dear Muffy What a gal' The whole
class was h1t by a bombshell when she
came to Frlends Mufly s leavlng Towson
Hlgh was a great gam for us 111 our fresh
In sports she made the Junlor Class
basketball team Muffy played guard and
made a good job of It Durlng the fall
she gave the blrdles a workout 1n badmln
ton and ln the wlnter she 1OlIlCd the bus
:load for the bowlmg alleys
We are sure no one wlll be able to for
get her wonderful gxft for wr1t1ng She
' ways had a terrlfic ldea for every klnd
Iof Engllsh composltlon her favorlte sub
ject be1ng North Carollna In VICW of her
past work lt IS probable that the future
Jhas great thlngs IH store for Muffy as a
wr1ter Who knows? Maybe someday one
of us w1ll come across a novel w1th the
settlng 1n North Carollna
Bazaar P a
A true rzend LS orever a mend
I cant Im goln to the Naval Acad
emy thls weekend Thats what we
usually hear from Pat The glrl w1th the
qulet frlendly smlle and the unobtrus1ve
flashmg Wlt IS an old tlmer at Frlends She
IS Muffy s sldeklck and IS most often seen
readlng those letters Her Hrst love 1S
Bellport Long Island and you wlll fmd
her there every mlnute that IS not taken up
by school We Wlll always remember the
deta1led descrlptlons of those fabulous New
York weekends w1th Muffy Pat IS a stead
fast loyal frlend w1th a keen sense of
humor Her enthusla m IS somethlng to see
She has a lovely figure and IS an unusually
good dresser These are both encouraglng
s1gns because her amb1t1on IS to model
By spendlng her summers on Long Island
she has become an expert at swlmmmg and
Salllng The best way to sum her up how
ever lS to say that those who do not reallv
know Pat are mlsslng somethlng
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ELEANOR JOYCE KANN
Brlght gem Lnstznct wzth muszc vocal
Whether It s Please brlng ln more ads
or PLEASE go down and have your PIC
tures taken we dont even have to turn
around t know that ltS El our capable
and ever pushlng co edltor of the uaker
Although unable to fully partlclpate ln
athletlcs El has shown us her talents ln
warlous other fields Havlng sersed on the
Soclal Commlttee for the past two years
she IS as capable of wrltlng a book on
etlquette as Emlly Post
El IS one of the charter members of the
Class of 51 from way back and we re
member her as somewhat of a llttle demon
always looklng for trouble Today she IS
always helplng others to keep out f
trouble maybe experlence IS the best
overwhelms us wlth her vocabulary and
llterary talents As far as college IS con
cerned her cholces are Vassar and Welles
ley Elther school wlll be gettlng a prlze
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JAMES LOUIS KUETHE JR
He thznks too much such men are
Jlm IS one of the tallest members of our
class and many other wrestlers envy hlm
for hlS helght They have often seen B1
Jlm get a strangle hold on hls opponent
wlthout lettlng the poor fellow come ln
reach of hlm
Jlm was blessed wlth qulte a sense of
humor and hls jokes whlch kept other
starvlng senlors laughlng so hard that they
couldnt eat Wlll long be remembered
Let us not thlnk that Jlm had only a
funny S1d6 because he also dld very well
ln school Jlm s lnterest ln sclence IS well
known and more than one of hlS sclentlflc
essays has won an award He also demon
wrltlng ln the uzll
storles both humor
well llked by every
trated hlS talent for
as feature edltor Hls
ous and serlous were
as Bazaar Co Chalr
turn ln a masterful job
man whlch IS always a gruelllng task
Dont be surprlsed ln the near future lf
the lnltlals of the leadlng sclentlst of the
Unlted States are J L K
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MARY LOU LAMBROS
Shes lovely to look at and wztty to talk
wt h and pleasant to thmk on
Although Mary has been with us at
Frlends only three years, she has made
qulte a record for herself She started off
her sophomore year by jommg the cheer
leaders who are always on hand to urge
our teams to vlctory Mary also made the
bowling team and jomed the Glee Club
The next year, she was elected Vrce
Presldent of the class Also last year she
sang the part of Marla ln the operetta at
The thmg that first pops lnto peoples
mmds when they thlnk of Mary IS the fact
that she always has a smlle for everyone
Once she has become your frlend, she wrll
always stay your frlend All ln all shes
qulte a glrl wlth those Hashlng blue eyes
and VIVBCIOUS personallty
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RAYMOND EARL LENHARD JR
The man that blushes LS not qulte a
Lenny IS one of the charter members of
the class havmg attended Frlends smce
Nursery School Somewhere ln between
then and now Lenny acqulred his halr
cu Almost as soon as he hlt school
Lenny began I'CCClVlI1g athletlc awards and
he has not stopped yet The battermg
ram of the l1ne ln football, a dependable
guard on the court and a standout attack
man Len has glven hrs best IH every sport
BCSldCS belng athletlc Lenny has held class
offices twlce, as well as bemg B A A repre
sentatlve and V1cePres1dent Th1s versa
tlle Senlor also wrote well for the Boys
Sports sectlon ln the unll Perhaps our
Lenny wlll become a famous polltlclan, for
he served on the Senate also It may even
be that Lenny wlll jom a jazz band, as hls
drums are an lmportant part of any jam
sesslon Perhaps he wlll choose to follow
hrs famlly lnto the medlcal professlon, but
not matter what he does, we WlSh hlm luck
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ANN IZORAH MARTIN VIRGINIA ASHMEAD McCLAIN
As merry as the day LS long
Glrl s Latln s loss was our galn back ln
194-8 for thats when Mlss Martln came
to trlp over our doorstep
Anns strong slncerlty IS somethlng to
really be remembered for lt IS one of her
outstandlng qualltles Although serious
her face IS one that will break lnto qulck
smlles and laughter
Never a better frlend Wlll you find than
Ann Many a problem whether lt s about
an lnstltutlon on the Severn or here at
home has been solved by thls affable gal
not only for herself but other tlred Senlors
The Badmlnton team would not have
prospered so well had It not been for the
excellent managlng of the team Ann was
duly elected manager and carrled out the
job to the Nth degree even to stlcklng up
for lt ln G A A meetlngs A job well done
We know that Ann wlll always be one
to speak her mlnd on any subject that
comes up for dlscusslon even to one toplc
that IS wrapped ln blue Bye bye and
be good Ann1e'
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NNY glous Llfe Com
ho? zaar Recordlngs
A per ect woman nobly planned to warm
to com ort and command
Vlrglnla J0lI1Cd our class ln the Sopho
more year We soon found that she was
able to solve many problems ln Math
WhlCh the rest of us consldered lmposslble
Many of us marvel flncludlng Mr Denkj
at her ablllty of always belng ready wlth
a qulck and lntelllgent answer B6SldCS
belng a hard worker and obtalnlng good
marks Clnny has found tlme for other
school actlvltles She goes out for badmln
ton IS a staunch member of the team and
has been so for two years In the ,lunlor
Year she was co chalrman of our very
uccessful Junlor Prom She also helps on
our uaker alll One of her greatest ln
terests however IS extra currlcular It has
to do wlth a certaln gentleman at Cornell
Need we say more? Vlrglnlas future IS
very brlght She hopes to be accepted at
Bryn Mawr College and there contlnue
her educatlon We all know that Clnny wlll
do well because she has certalnly helped
to make our class such a fine group Good
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JEANNE BRUCE MCCLURE
Be to her vzrtues very kind be to her
aults a Izttle bluzd
Really? Yes really ,lean we mean you'
Whether lt s makmg the uzll deadllne or
encouragmg someone to speak ln meetmg
ean s always on the job
She entered Frlends ln her freshman
year, and we are glad the government
agreed to let the Generals daughter stay
wlth us for four years The llfe of an army
brat IS not an easy one as ,lean can tell
you only too well As co edltor of the
urll her semor year has been composed
of deadlmes mlsplaced and late artlcles
and numerous committee meetlnvs
Although always on the go Jean has
found tlme to make the honor roll and
to make a name for herself ln athletxcs She
never seems too busy to find tlme for her
soclal llfe whlch IS a busy one
VIVBCIOUS cute and extremely wltty
,lean wxll never be forgotten for her class
partlclpatlons and for always lendmg a
helplng hand where needed She has her
eye on Mt Holyoke next fall and we wlsh
her all the luck ln the world
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JAMES CARLTON MCGOHAN
The Iron lS not so erce as they pamt
Jlm has been wlth us for qulte some
tlme and we are sure no one can remem
ber eyer seemg hxm wlthout hrs good
Does any one need some help wlth his
Latln translat1on'7 If so see ,llm for he
probably knows more Latln than anyone
else ln the school lwlth the exceptlon of
MISS HCtf1Ckl Believe lt or not Ilm has
lasted through four years of that language
Jlm IS also a student of the plano havlng
studied Beethoven and Brahms for several
years at the Peabody By now he has be
come qulte an accompllshed player
,llm lS plannmg to become a doctor so
we vush hlm luck during the long years
ahead of hlm IH college and medical
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Up lad when the journeys over there II
be tune enough to sleep
If you wonder why Jerry rs always seen
on the go just take a look at hls HCIIXIIICS
durlng hrs upper school llfe Besides par
tlcrpatmg IH bothj V and Varslty sports
he has been a member of the RCllglOUS Llfe
Commlttee and the Amerlcan Frlends Serv
ICC Committee At Bazaar tlme last year
he was out runnm the tralns HI a business
like manner and havmg a great tune domv
lt Flhe qenate has seen Jerry as one of
the Senior representatlyes and many a
study hall has been kept qulet through the
co operatlon of the students wlth Jerry to
make It a place ln uhlch really to study
So you see that he has done a lot for our
class rn lts many years as a part of the
school Jerry IQ not always busy as one
mlght lma me for a good part of hrs lrfe
IS spent ln haym, a terrlhc tlme As our
class of yery tired senlors departs from the
Jerry IS one of the boys about whom much
wlll be heard Good luck Jerry'
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A mznd not to be changed by place
Joce entered our class III the elvhth
grade and ever slnce has been a true frlend
to all just what would we have done wnth
out her asslstance and encouragement on
the hockey field? We doubt lf anyone can
answer that questlon honestly' SINCE ,Ioce
IS of a modest nature we w1ll have to tell
you about some of her accompllshments at
Friends During her sophomore year she
played on the J V Hockey team and the
followlng two years she played varslty ln
both hockey and basketball Belleve us no
one put ln more effort and worked harder
at thelr athletlcs than ,Ioce On the uzll
staff she played an lmportant part thls year
as clrculatlon manager and helped all the
subscrlbers to YCCCIYC their lssues on time
All who know Joce newer hesltate to
ask for her help as she 15 always more
than generous wlth her tlme and IS only
truly smcere gal we wlsh the best of luck
1n her future years'
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WILLIAM MILNOR NICKERSON
Its better to be small and shane than to
be great and cast a shadow
Who IS thls boy wlth blonde 191 halr
Jlllllplflg out of the red and black Model
A9 Its Nrck of course Nlck w1ll no doubt
boys whom he has brought to school for
hls car serves hundreds of people golng to
or from home
Nlck erved as Vlce Presldent of the
class thus year He was also elected Presl
dent of the BA A Thls posltlon became
very pleasant to NlCk when he found that
he was to sell candy at lunchtlme alded by
Sally Nlck s favorlte sport IS lacrosse H
IS a former atta kman swltched to goalle
thus contmumg the lme of tmy goalles
at Frlends Nlck llkes basketball too but
football IS one of hrs pet peeves A
m1l1n,, dlsposltlon and a qulck sense of
humor make Nlck a well rounded Senlor
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GEORGE JACKSON PHILLIPS
Lzke two szngle gentlemen rolled znto
Jack jolned the class back m the elghth
grade and before the year was over he
began to show hls klll wlth the ladles
fact one never knows with whom he Wlll
appear next Jack or Pork Chop
he IS called by Mr Nlck has other talents
too He was elected Vlce Presldent of the
Senate and he served well on both the
utll Stall and the Rell lous Llfe Commit
tee Many of the news artrcles in the school
publl atlon were done by Ceorgle A
oon a he arrlved at Frlends ,lack began
to ex el ln athletlcs He played three var
s ty sports for two years runnmg a a back
ln football a forward ln basketball and as
a mldfielder IH lacrosse makxn up for
hls small stature by plenty of fi ht and
Splfll He has the nerve to do anythlng
and the ablllty to do 1t well Good luck
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AMELIA I OL ISE SCHNFIDEREITH EMILY FAYE SCHULTZ
A daughter o the gods flwznely tall
amz' mos! rltvznely atr
Ou class IS proud to say that Amella
was one of our first members to jom us
Amella has been a fine asset to Mrs Mxl
lard s teams She his one out for hockey
basketball and tenms teams and has con
stantly earned posltlons on them Ameha s
muslcal lntere ts around school haye been
many Qhe has always been ln the Clee
part ln all of the musical assemblles and
at other occaslons when the Glee Club per
formed Besldes thls she has taken pl3lO
lessons as lonc as she has been ln school
Perhaps one of the greatest honors of
Amellas hlgh school years was belnv
chosen KIFVODS color girl at the 1950
McDono h Craduatlon Whatey er Amella s
graduate days wlll offer we extend to her
the best WlShC5 for success
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Age cannot wither her nor custom stale
her zn ntte vartety
The best thlnvs come ln small pack
ages Thls saylng IS certalnly true of
our Eflllly Althoubh a latecomer to
Friends she became one of us lmmedlately
and made lastlng friends 1n a short tlme
Thrs was clue mostly to her cheery person
allty a d her ever ready smlle
The lil gal can come up wlth the most
envy of us all
Emlly has been a strong malnstay of our
cheerleadlng group ever smce her arrlval
and has put school sprrlt mto all of us
She IS most often seen looklng dreamlly
at the F S football team Could It be she
loxes the sport or IS lt a certam player
shes mterested rn? lt IS rumored that
Duke and the MlddlCS play a pretty lm
portant part ln her llfe also
Emlly hopes to enter nurslng when she
graduates from college Needless to say
she wlll make a success of whatever she
Her warm hearted frlendly Splflt has
endeared her to both faculty and students
and we feel certum that her pleasant dls
posltlon wlll wln her many frlends ln the
years to come
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ELIZABETH JEANNETTE SHERIDAN
She was a scholar and a good one
Jean has been at Frlends a long tlme
and has deflnltely made herself part of us
Wherever there IS a problem ln the class
lt IS always Jean who thlnks lt through
and comes up wlth the ldeal solutlon
Jean has always had many excltlng tales
to tell and lately they have lncluded
HOPRIHS Then too there are those letters
from out of town that always keep us
wonderln who the lucky guy IS? 99
Also Jean has great ablllty for Wfltlhg
proof of thls are her numerous jobs
on the wrltlng staff of the ulll and
uaker When It comes to her aC3dCmlC
work there IS none better She has long
been a member of the honor roll
When lt comes to sports Jean has played
badmlnton basketball and hockey She
IS also a great supporter of the teams and
IS often seen cheerlrlg them on to vlctory
,lean IS plannlng on college and we know
she wlll make a success of that just as she
has of Frlends We wlsh her much luck
and success H1 the years to come
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ROBERT WALKER TAYLOR
Stall achllevmg snll pursumg
Senor Presldent Walt a mlnute' It
seems that Bobby has always been the
leader of somethlng ln our class As PICSI
dent of the Senate this year Bob has made
many lmprovements ln school llfe
Our twelve letter man has seen plenty of
actlon on the field and ln the gym As
captaln of the basketball team thlS year
Bob showed hls prowess as a cager ln all
the games In the sprlng when a young
man s fancy usually turns to love blg Bob
IS seen wlth hls lacrosse StlCk and Mr
Nlck as hlS steady companlons Bllnd
fold hlm and lead hlm ln the general dl
rectlon of the goal and Frlends has an
What would you llke to hear? Hum
lt and off he goes movlng the plano keys
as lf by maglc Manys the jam sesslon
weve had wlth Bob at the plano The
Cl8SSlCS9 He can jazz them up too
Wherever he goes they ll be after hlm
for sports and leadershlp and we all know
that someday he Wlll make a name for
hlmself ln thls world
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ELLEN OTTILIE THOMAS GRACE GRIFFING THOMSEN
A lady so rlchly clad as she beautz ul
Adlos amlgos voy a MEXICO' Yes slr
1ts our lucky llttle blonde shlpplng off to
Because of Ellen s many experlences an
adventures ln MEXICO she has been a tre
mendous help ln our Spanlsh classes
fact she has acqulred an accent whlch
many of us would glVC anythlng to possess
ln athletlcs Ellen has put forth much
effort and energy In her first second and
thlrd years she was the malnstay of the
I V hockey and basketball teams Th1S
year after havlng galned a fullback POSI
tlon 1n hockey Ellen was overtaken by an
unfortunate lllness whlch prevented her
If lt werent for Ellen s slnglng ablllty
lt would be lmposslhle for our bazaar
operettas to be carrled out because she
has contlnuously been our choice for the
leads ,lust ask Mrs Shlpley about that
Talents such as Ellen possesses would
guarantee an mterestlng future
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An hour or toll a day or sport but or
such a rlend lt e lS too short
My Gosh' Who IS that runnlng down
the field? people say as they watch our
Gay turn ln another excellent performance
for the hockey team She has held a P051
tlon on the hockey team and on other
teams ever slnce she came to Frlends ln
her sophomore year
Remember all the assemblles at whlch
she and three or four other glrls sang
What a beautlful VOICC?
Gay IS the glfl whom everybody can call
a frlend because of her amlable manner
ln her semor year she was qulte busy work
mg for Mrs Mlllard Because of a leg
lnjury durlng the summer she was unabl
tlme she became Mrs Mlllard s rlght hand
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VIRGINIA ANNE TILLINGHAST
Her ways are ways o pleasantness
What dld I hear someone say thev
needed help? Certalnly Id be only too
glad to contrlbute my xdeas
Thls statement has conslstently been
heard from Anne ever smce she jomed
our class ln the Sophomore year Her
real chance to exh1b1t her talent for art
was when she headed the advertlslng
commlttee for our MO0Hllght Serenade
dance From that tlme on Anne has
really had numerous chances to lead van
our artlstlc commlttees and we have
found her to be a real organlzer In our
,lunlor class It was reallzed that the Senate
needed someone hke Anne for school proj
ects and speclal jobs and her electlon
proved to be extremely successful
Wherever Anne wlll go after leaving the
Frlends School portals, she IS assured of
WILLIAM CAPEHART WALKE .IR
Deeds not words
Blll IS one of a very few members of our
class who has been here at Frlends for
more than ten years The class just would
not seem the same without h1m His quiet
good natured manner has won hxm many
frlends durlng that tlme
He does not carry Ins quiet manner wxth
hlm on the athletlc field however for Blll
fights as hard as anyone on the team both
ln football and ln lacrosse
Durmg school hours Bllls Chlef Inter
est IS sclence Hls dlscussxons wlth Mr
Denk about varlous machmes wlll long be
remembered by his fellow students f
We predlct B111 wlll go far 1n the field
of englneerlng lf he should choose to con
tlnue hls studles along that hne
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BARRY ALAN WINKELMAN
Whate er he dui was done wzth so much
ease ln htm alone twas natural to
Thls year Barry or Wlnk as he IS
popularly known recelved the highest
honor bestowed upon a semor that of
Class Presldent He has carrled out has
dutles wlth sklll and calmness and each
asslgnment he has handled has been capa
The Presldency of the class IS the cllmax
of Barrys stay at Frlends whlch began
back rn the fourth grade Ten years at
F rlends have no doubt glven Wlnk many
events to remember Barry was about the
fDo they glve llcenses at the age of four
teen'7J He IS famous for varlous broken
bones recelved on the athletlc fields Wlnk
seems to have a speclal knack for obtam
Barry served as freshman Senator and
as an honorary member of the senate ln
his senlor year Barry stlcks to h1s mdeals
and when he makes a suggestlon xt 15 al
ways approprlate and well thought out
Thls characterlstlc wxll help Barry lf he
turns to the legal professlon However lf
he chooses another career we are sure
that he will have the drive and energy to
carry xt through
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CHARLES SAMUEL MILLER
I am not only wztty ln myself but the
cause that wrt rs m other men
Havmg had Sammy as a member of the
Class of 51 ever smce toddlmg days ln
the nursery school we were all sxncerely
dlsappomted when he was unable to spend
hrs semor year at Frlends Sammy s father
a Baptlst mlmster was transferred last
summer to a new parish ln Brooklyn and
Sammy was forced to leave and finlsh
high school at a New York prep school
We all missed Sammy s clever w1t good
naturedness and fnendly smlle and we
wlsh hxm luck ln the future
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First Row R Clarkson B Nlxtchell L Nlathxas M Parrlsh H Wlsotzkey J lhfT2'llh13S D Baker G Dank
meyer J ,leness Second Row W Pearce .I 'Vlule V5 Taylor A Herrlott F Hodous B Smlth W Toland B
Row A Halpern K Helnold E Butler 'V Spxcknall K Hecht V Stegman C Elllcott S Dav1s D OConnell
September 1950 brought to Frlends not only turmng leaves and slgns of cooler
weather but also a cracker Jack Junlor class The Class of 52 proved 1ts merlts 1n
the academlc fields, as well as on the athletic fields, wlth the members of the class
spark plugging the teams ln all sports
Th1S year the Class of Q2 was lncreased by SIX when last years students wel
comed the newcomers 1n the fall brlnglng the roll to some thlrty nlne roarlng radlo
actlve junlors, who were only too eager to partlclpate IH all school act1v1t1es from
football to Glee Club
Early 1n the school year the Junlors elected thelr class ofhcers who turned out
to be exceptlonally capable IH leadmg thelr class to 'gblgger and better thlngs " DlCk
0,Connell was chosen Presldent, Susanne Davis, V1cePres1dent, and Blll Toland
Treasurer, and Mary Parrlsh and Fred Hodous acted as GAA and B A A repre
sentatnes The junlors were ably represented on the Senate by Don Baker, Susanne
Dav1s, Klt Helnold and Howard Seller
The soclal hfe at Frlends was enhanced tremendously by the terrlfic Junlor
Prom, whlch gave even more evldence of the talents and enthuslasm of the class
The Class of 52 looks forward to an equally successful senior year when home
work and school actlvltles wlll agaln take the place of summer fun and sports
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Pfrommer D Nloore C 'Norwood R l'1ne1n er 'Nl Beal ,I Whrtehouse Fourth Row G Cro by .l Curlett .l
Zollmger A Kelly A Bauer C Keen NI Carlson Frfth Rou, D Whlteford .l Ben on 'Nl Skmner K Alford
C Bohn Standzng NI Nlahr W Davl L C-allager H Nlatthevw S Nflller S Hearn T TTICC J Water D
Wagner C Stuart B Spence
There are now forty four of us the class of 03 wlth Dlck Whlteford our presl
dent ,lack Zolllnver our uce presldent and Sue Hoffberger our secretary treasurer
lt has been a wonderful year for the sophomores September welcomed three new
students Ruthle Flnesmger George Crosby lboth from Boston! and Sue leetch
lfrom Roland Parkl mth Cary Lee Keen and ,lack Cable re enterln
Checklng up on our fine conduct and ably representrng the 10th grade on the
Senate were Bob Spence and 'Vllke Vlahr
Carol Patz was elected to the G A A and Penny Martln to the B A A We all vo
out for sports and have made a place ln exery field Carollne and 'Vlopsy are st1ll
terrlflc mth the blrds the yarslty football squad had a successful season with Chase
Chrls George Sklp and Jack on the grldlron Loulsa Sue Carol and l1L showed
fine stlckwork on the hockey team and lots of splrlt went mto the cheerleadm u 1th
Flora Jane and 'Nancy
We ye had so many good tlmes and wonderful dances mcludlng the sophomore
dance that we couldnt begm to tell you about all of them Chrlstmas was a merry
one for eserx one ln the class Lots of partles were gn en and me started off the neu
year mth hope that 31 52 and '33 mlght brmg as much success and fun to us all
as those Sllllf' the first year of the Lpper School
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'Smith S 'Straight ,I Oster K Seller S Black C Crawford Fzfth Row D Blake J Kemg on P T1ll1n hast
P Leach B Wlndsor S Dutton Sixth Row R Madary B Wadkovsky B Saunders ,I Bolm A Cro by If Sm
The freshmen started the year off wlth a bang by welcommg twelve new people
1nto the class
Our class electlon got underway very soon and EVIC Leubers was chosen as class
presldent Wlth Joe SClV0ld as VICC presldent and Blllle Mltzelfelt as secretary treasurer
Our Senate representatlve IS Tommy Martm
The freshmen made quite a contrlbutlon ln athletlcs In hockey two of our
glrls made varslty and several more made Jay vee We were successful ln basketball
too several of us playmg on the varslty squad Three of the girls got on the badmln
ton ladder and many also partlclpated ln tenms thls year
Our boys dld well m sports too Practlcally all the boys made jay tee ln football
and two of them made xt ln basketball Wrestlmg tenms and lacrosse were also
popular wlth the freshmen boys
Six of our glrls were cheerleaders thls year and dxd a terrlfic job supportmg
the teams Our C A A and B A A representatlves are Joan Bohn and Charhe Craw
April 13 was the date of our class dance Evervone had a wonderful tlme plan
mng and worklng for lt and lt was a blg success
We wourld up our freshman year wlth the annual class PICDIC and all are look
mg forward to bemg sophomores next year
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1zrstR0w ll Ayares R Seller P Block E Boatman W Morrlll W Hall Second Row M Fordyce H
Schorreck A Selvold R Welser E Tet R Nllllhauser Thlrd Row R PFICC M 0Day .l Herrlott N Kldd C
Colller T Lowe R Walker R Frames R Krlel Fourth Row P Slngewald T Mlchael I Wlndsor F Wasser
man M Bahlke L Flack ,I 'NlcClung A Carothers M Rohm on ,I Keehner C Mlller J Baxter A Crowther
Fzfzh Row N Wadkov ky 'VI Wllkes L Bonner S Turk B LeBrun
Forty elghth graders lncludlng four new students proudly marched lnto thelr
respectlve homerooms on the mornlng of September the twelfth
We elected as class officers Blll Morrlll presldent and Peter Block treasurer For
our Senate representatlve we chose Robert Seller Our GA A representatlve was
Cynnle Mlller and B A A Rohm Frames
Thls year horseback rldlng has been added to the glrls selectlon of extra credlt
The first get together of the seventh and elghth grades was the annual square
dance ln the gym Under the dlrectlon of some of our very able classmates, the stu
dents decorated the gym wlth corn husks and pumpklns We had dellclous refresh
ments of clder and doughnuts and the muslc was provlded by a square dance orches
tra All thls surrounded ln a Halloween atmosphere, made the dance a great success
When the Chrlstmas season was over our class looked back at the tlme when
we went to the Harrlet Lane Cllnlc of The Johns Hopklns Hospltal, where we trlmmed
a Chrlstmas tree and sang songs to entertaln the patlents We all had a wonderful
After thls year IS over our class IS looklng forward to the day when we wlll
return to school as freshmen
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Fzrst Row T Norwood T Skmner B Bonner J Dawld R Heaton L Colller A Baxter J Smlth R Oster
Second Row T Taylor ,I Mltzelfelt T McCla1n L Swanson N Badart D Plltt L Schneider S Clarkson P
Adams Third Row K Whltby B Wrlght P Keown E Lang G Seabold M Curlett ,I Clarke C Blddl on M
Bond NI Fllbert M Crowley B Ellls E Patz F Weiss NI MlYaS3kl Fourth Row A Bacon 'Nl Mason S Bon
net M Nichols L Ru emer E Davens
The seventh grade has always been dlstmgulshed as troublesome to lts teachers
but so far we have managed to get along wlth them'
The SIX orlglnal members of our class, Mlml Curlett, Eve Davens, John D3Vld
19 Betsy Lang, Rush Oster, and Leo Schnelder, have been added to gradually for the
KX past SIX years This year we were jolned by fifteen new students, an unusually large
1 number, and now we are thlrty n1ne strong
Every year the seventh grade helps a needy famlly by glvlng them food clothlng
, and other necessltles Wh1Ch lt lacks Thls year we contlnued thrs tradltlon Clalre
'x Blddlson, John Davld, Rush Oster, and Florence WCISS were chosen to dellver the
gifts, and Alex Baxter, Eve Davens, Lorlnda Rugemer, and Jlmmy Smlth were selected
l to plackfthe goods Betsy Lang and DaVld Plltt collected the contrlbutlons for a small
cas gl t
'T Mabel M1y3Sakl was our Senate representative, Mlml Curlett and Tommw Nor
wood were elected to the G A A and B A A respectlvely
So far we have done very well for ourselves, but we cannot help but wonder
how we shall get along durmg our remamlng years ln the Upper School Hmmmm'
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Iwrst Ronf: K. Heinold, B.. Taylor, J. Phillips. Second Row: Boulden, R. Lenhard, A.. Tillinghast, .l Miles
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1951 brought torth a successiul slxth year of the Frlends School Senate Together
mth the cooperatlon of the ex OHTCIO members fthe semor class presldent the G A A
and B A A presxdents and the co edltors of the Qurllj the student senators, headed
by Presldent Bob Taylor accompllshed a great deal
After the Honor System exlstlng ln other schools was carefully observed ano ln
vestxgated, the Senate acted as a backbone for the estabhshment of such a system to
be used by the junlors and senlors hoplng that lt would eventually be extended to
the entlre upper school
Speaklng faC1lltl6S were lmproved ln the gym when the Senate helped to lnstall
a publlc address system by approprlatmg funds to cover half of the cost
R6C0gDlt10H must be glven to the Senate Vlce Presldent, Jack Phllllps, and the
Secretary Treasurer Klt Helnold, as well as to the commlttee chairmen for thelr
outstandlng achlevements Publlclty Anne Tlllmghast, Welfare Sara Boulden
Rellglous Llfe, Jack Phllllps and Assembly Programs, Jerry Mxles
Study halls were efhcxently run by Senate members glvlng the faculty more
The Student Court was revlsed and met throughout the school year wlth Bob
Taylor presxdmg and Anne TllllIlgh3St actmg as recordmg secretary The court
conslstlng of all SIX senior Senators and two of the Junlors helped to stralghten out
problems and troubles concerning varlous students
First Row J McClure V McCla1n N1 Brown D blazler S Curlett S Boulden E Heaton Second Row
Hanby Fourth Row K Hecht .I Phllllps E Kann N Splcknall Fifth Row P Bryan J Kuethe fi Lenhard
W Toland D Kleln
The 1950 51 Quill Staff began ln May 1950 as Eugene Heaton and ,lean
McClure took over edltorlal dutles lnherltmg a large and lmportant newspaper the
new stall llVCd up to prevlous standards and set a few of ltS own
The uzll contlnued as a SIX page lssue despnte hlgher costs of prlntmg Varled
and frequent plctures gave an mterestlng VICW of school actlvltles Whlle news coverage
lncluded all aspects of school llfe from classroom to dance floor
In February the staff members vlsxted Harry Scott the urlls prlnter and
watched the shop m actlon
ThlS year speclal emphasls was placed on developing llterary mterest, partlcu
larly m the lower grades A second annual Short Story contest found latent talent m
the seventh elghth, and nmth graders
Wlth Mrs Sam Legg as the new advlser and with lncreased student support the
Qurll progressed through the year and left a more demandmg publlcatlon to next
year s edltors
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Fzrst Row Mr Nxcolls R Cro by Q Curlett W Callager E Kann L Dashlell Second Row S Boulden
J 'NIcClure C Fordyce E Thomas D Glazler J Mlles Thzrd Row J Sherldan M Brown B Chrrsthrlf A
Martm A Holland Fourth Row L Davls R Bolglano R Lenhard E Heaton A Tllhnghast
Even though the uaker s co edltors Eleanor Kann and Wrlmer Callager were
glven an early start by belng elected ln the spr1n0f of 1950 lt seemed as lf there would
never be enough time for them and thelr stall to get the book together
Although the Quaker was threatened w1th bankruptcy lamong other thlngsl
durlng the fall and wlnter It finally managed to get out of the red through the tlre
less efforts of the buslness manager, Carol Lee Fordyce and other members of the
class However desplte ltS many worrles the staff stlll got a great deal of enjoyment
out of publlshlng thls yearbook
The Cdlt0I'S W1Sl'l to take this opportunlty to extend thelr thanks and appreclatlon
to a number of underclassmen and especlally to Mr Nlcolls our llterary advlsor
and Mr Passmore, our buslness aclvrsor
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First Row M Howell E Schultz P Hodous C Dankmeyer B Smith 'Nl Parrlh C Thom en le Thomas
C Fordyce S Boulden F Wright M Mly8SalCl J Lippy B Mitzelfelt J Matlna 'Sl Filbert Qefond Row P
Janvier C Davis A Herrlott C Blake 9 Curlett R Peacock K Heinold C Smith J Kemg on K Seller J
Miller C Bolln J Murrell B Buflington E Kann M Lambros Thzrd Rau B Mitchell A Schneuerenth N
Spicknall S Davis J Mules S Hanby V Stegman A Tlllmghat P Chenowlth 'lf Beall A Kelly .l Baxter
C Norwood C Keen
The Glee Club, under the dlrectlon of Mrs Shipley has made wonderful progress
this year Its membership has grown to include fifty fue girls from every grade
The Glee Club has taken part in many school functions this year among which
were the Bazaar Operetta, Bluebeard the big Christmas Assembly hour long
concert ln March fwhlch also Included members of the Mixed Chorusl and finally
a special presentation for the G.A.A. Banquet.
This is the first time in the Clee Club s history that all accompaniment was played
by a student. Mary Parrish and Judy Kenigson did a wonderful job for us on all the
We elected our leaders in the fall and they were Ellen Thomas, president' Gay
Thomsen treasurer' and Pat Hodous librarian.
This year the new long activity period on Thursdays has accounted for much
of the Glee Club s success. It provided time for an hour and a half of concentrated
work, and as a result, we learned more songs and were able to sing them better.
Naturally Mrs. Shipley our director deserves a great deal of credit for working so
patiently with us and finding a good variety of songs.
The final event of the year for the Clce Club was Commencement at which time
we tried to give forth the best music possible. The senior members lease this year.
confident that good music and good performances will continue to come into school
life through the Glee Club.
G.A,A. :S B.A.A,
Fzrst Row: T. Norwood, W. Nickerson, S. Curlett, C. Crawford. Second Row: M. Curlett, R. Frames J
Bohn Third Row: P. Martin, C. Patz, M. Parrish, F. Hodous. Fourth Row: J. Gilbert, M. Lambros, R. Lenhard
llzsstng C. Miller.
The Athletic Associations of Friends School sponsor all of the athletic events
that happen durlng the year Each boy IS a member of the B A A and each glrl the
G A A
The GAA had as its officers Sally Lou Curlett President, and Mary Lou
Lambros Secretary Treasurer Many meetings were held during the year beginning
with the annual 1n1t1at1on party for new glrls and ending with the award banquet on
The BAA was headed by Bill Nickerson President Lenny Lenhard Vice
President and ,lack Gilbert Treasurer The B A A and the C AA sold candy to
gether durlng most of the year the profits belng divided between the two organl
The classes seventh through eleventh elected representatives to serve on these
organlzatlons They are responsible for encouraging school Splflt in the classes and
they are the strong foundatlon of the athletic department
Fzrst Row C L Fordyce ,I 'NIcClure C Blake 'VI Lambros K Hogue 'NI Temple Second Rau F WCISS
B Smlth 'Nl Bellezza C L Davis S Clrlett E Schultz N Towner
Plentv of new faces and pep made up our clan of cheerleaders thls year They
worked hard learnlng the old cheers and trymg to produce effectlve new ones
Cheerleadlng IS a thankless Job usually but durlng the fall of .30 the support
was wonderful thanks to these gals who worked so dlllgently to encourage school
Mary Lou Lambros and qally Lou Curlett headed the cheerleaders this year wlth
help from ,lean lVIcClure and Carol Lee Fordyce last years standbys
It takes plenty of pep and practlce to be a good cheerleader These g1flS haye
plenty of both plus the Splflt to carry the Blg Red Team on to vlctory ln the years
Fnrst Row A Gray H Wxsotzkey B Taylor H Seller D Ofonnell .I Gilbert L Lenhard W Pearce J Miles
E Heaton B Toland A Halpern .Second Row B Mullikin B Walke W Taylor C Pfrommer C Beck .l .len
ness J Keuthe F Hodous P Bryan W Gallager Third Row VI Skinner C Ellicott D Klein J Zollmger S
Hearn C Stuart C Crosby H Langeluttlg B Nickerson 1 Phillips
lhe 1950 ed1t1on of the Frlends football team enjoyed the best season in five
years as it posted a lov of two wlns one tie and three defeats lf they had not lost
the final game of the season to their traditional rival Sidwell Friends School the
1 A C League Championship could well have been theirs but that loss forced them to
be satisfied with a third place posltlon
The season opened on September 29 with a 13 13 tie with Landon School of
W3Sh1HgtOD Thus started on a more or less winning stride the uakers romped
to a 39 18 vengance victory over St James The following weeks were marred by a
42 20 non league loss to Tower Hill and a 25 9 defeat by St Albans After those two
stinging defeats the fighting uakers seemed to revive as they pulled a 12 1 upset
win over a hlghly favored Sanford Prep eleven. ln the final contest a previously'
winless Sidwell Friends aggregation surprised almost everyone as they drubbed their
Baltimore rivals 14-7.
High scorer for the season was ,lack Gilbert with 42 points closely followed by
Bob Taylor and Howard Seiler. Post-season honors were bestowed upon co-captains
,lack Gilbert and Ray' Lenhard as they received honorable mention in the Sun
Papers All-Maryland selection. Lenhard also won the McCormick Unsung-Hero
award for his line play during the season.
First Row C Thom en D Glazrer R Crosby J 'VlcClure Second Row F Homer S Curlett C L Fordyce
J Newell S Boulden A Schneiderelth Mrs Millard Third Row C Smith A Crosby M Parrish K Helnold
R Peacock S Davl A Holland
Nine veterans from last year s hockey squad plus a vast amount of talent shown
by other varslty contenders equaled a very exciting and thrllllng season for all hockey
enthusiasts Having only two of last year s team at hockey camp, the uakerettes
as we are called had a record of six wins out of seven starts Although unable to
triumph over our rival Bryn Mawr the game was well played by both teams with
Friends outshlmng the foes in the last half of the game Our Junior Varslty dropped
the first game to Park but came out on top ln their last two games for a score of
two out of three.
With new tunics the hockey team co-captained by Doris Glazier and Ruth
Crosby back and goalie respectively, started the season. Anne Holland nd Sara
Boulden, served as our never failing and most inspiring managers. Anne was also
captain of the ,lay Vees.
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Fzrsl Row C Blake V Bourne K Hogue Second Row M Lambros A Martm B Chrxsthxlf 'Nlr Chrls
thllf J Mules Third Row C Was erman J Sheridan V Nlcflam Y Stegman 'V Splcknall P Chenovxxth Nl
Beall 9 Hanby .l Manhna
locker room Our badmlnton squad has a rlght to be proud of thelr record for thls
year Wlth seven of last year's squad returnlng and Hve new varslty players fillmg
ln the squad one loss only was suffered, two tles and SIX shut outs Shut outs tfor
the benefit of the football teaml means that ln SIX matches all twelve players of our
team won thelr matches and other schools dld not score
Betsey Chrlsthllf top seeded for two and a half wears captamed the squad uhlle
Ann Martm recelved the job as manager of the team
Many honors were bestowed upon the gals thls year Pat Chenowlth number
elght was the only player who succeeded ln defeatmg all of her foes Betsey Chrls
thllf and Carollne Wasserman were asked to play wlth Bobby Roberts and Clmt
Stephens ln exh1b1t1on matches for the Alumm
Slnce Mrs Chrlsthllf loses only five senlors a very successful season IS proph
6S16d for next year
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W Pearce W Tolanrl F Hodou C Beck
Lnder the coaehlng of John Lelpold and the leadershlp of co captalns Heaton
and Toland the 1991 Frlends grapplers fought gallantly Although the Frlends
runt and Uroaners dld not come out on top ln thexr meets wlth Southern Mt St
Joe Qt Albans Severn and Dundalk YMCA the nucleus whlch wlll form next
xear team amed much experlence
In the Nlarxland Scholastlcs fire Frlends wrestlers reached the quarterfinals
none of hls dual meets Fred also scored a 1, polnt for Frlends ln the Scholastlcs
As all but one of the 1971 squad wlll return next year the opposition may expect
tmu mls from l'r1ends seasoned wrestlers
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The Varsity Basketball team playing for the second year under coach Tom
Cartmlll turned 1n another better than average season They managed to more than
break even IH their long schedule with a record of eleven wins agalnst ten defeats
The M S A league log left much to be desired as they could only come up with a
fourth place posltlon behind McDonogh St Pauls and Boys Latin on the strength
of a 3 .9 wln lost tally w1th wins over St Pauls and Park The IAC league play
fared but sllghtly better as a 5 3 record could only galn them another fourth place
To the nucleus of three of last years starting lmeup in ,lack Phillips at for
ward Bob Taylor at center and Len Lenhard at guard was quickly added Dick
O Connell who operated ln the other uard posltlon The remalnlng post was shared
by Bill NlCkCTSOH and Al Halpern as Klein Langeluttlg Mahr Seller and Wlnkel
man supplied the necessary reserve strength
The team played unpredlctable ball all season as they turned in some excellent
ames but some poor ones too They also caused a few changes 1n the record books
as Bob Taylor set a new M SA one game scoring effort wlth a 53 point output in
the 8! 41 rout of Park School He was also awarded honorable mention on The Sun
papers All Maryland team
All in all the Quakers enjoyed a hlghly gratlfymg season and it IS hoped that
they w1ll continue to improve into a champlonshlp contender next year
First Row: M. Mahr, D. Klein, J. Phillips, H. Seiler, W. Nickerson, H. Langeluttig. Second Row: M. Skinner
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Fzrst Row C Fordyce S Curlett J Newell C Thomsen Second Row E Thoma A Crosby J Bolxn
S Davis K Hemold R Peacock .I 'Vlules Mrs Mlllard
The Girls Basketball team 19 0 1901 completed ltS first undefeated season 1n
many years by wlnnlng all C1 ht of 1ts contests Who will ever for et the Park
game on March 2 and the Roland Park Country School game on March 9 when we
came through vlctorlous by only a one polnt margm9 ll
The JV s played three games one won one tled and one lo t
Jocelyn Newell captamecl the Varslty Squad whlle Amella Schnelderelth and
Ellen Thomas co captalned the J V Ellen was also manager of both
The annual foul shootmg contest was won bs a exenth grader Nllml Curlett
who admlrably shot forty throu h the loops out of lxtx trles
The Intramural cup was won by the Freshmen and the Junlors defeated the Senlors
for the class champlonshlp
Although many members of the squad are raduatln thls Near there are h1 h
hopes that those who remam along wlth others up from the I N sslll form another
champxonshlp team next year
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K Alfred S Hanby A Herriott
Every Wednesday a long brigade of bowlers trooped over to the Homeland
alleys to try to improve its game Bowling which is a minor sport has a warsity
Homer the squad participated in four matches one with Notre Dame one with Bard
Avon, and two with Towson High School
The girls with the highest weekly averages in bowling formed the varsitx squad
The awards received by the girls for their efforts are in the form of pins presented
at the Annual G A A Banquet
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Ftrs! Row ,I 'Nlcflure f Fordyce K llemold Q Furlett ,I Qherulan C Thomsen E Kann Seronrl Hou
R Peacozk 5 Dau Y Ntegman A Qchnuclf-relth 'Nlr Nllllard
Desplte the hlnderance of hard schoolwork and mans rams dass the glfl
worked at thelr tennls and dex eloped a fine stron, squad
Matches were scheduled mth Park Roland Park Qountrx School lastern
Western Forest Park and 'Notre Dame
The lseek of Nlas 4 8 was deslgnated a the Annual Prlwate School l'enn1s
Tournament all prlw ate schools partlclpatln lhe top three lrls on the ladder were
the partlclpants of thls tournament representxnv Frlends School The adx anced ladder
stands thus as the uaker goes to press
Salls Lou Curlett Jean NlcClure Cat Thomsen Renear Peacock Sue Dams Carol
Lee Fordyce Amella Schnelde-re1th Eleanor Kann ,loan Bohn Ylrgmla Ste man
Klf Helnold ,lane Llppy ,lean Qherldan Joanne Wlathxas
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B Wmkelman, B. Mullikin. Second Row: M. Skinner, W. Walke, A. Halpern, R. Whiteford, D. Sharretfs, S Dut
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To date the 1951 ed1t1on of the Friends lacrosse team has not played a league
game and has only taken part ln one non c1rcu1t contest ln which Poly took a 12 5
decision over them The only other games were wlth Southern and Boy s Latin and
were not played because of schedule complications or wet weather During the
sprlng vacatlon the uakers made verv encouraglng showings in scrlmages agalnst
Hobart and Duke University
The starting team IS composed of five seniors and the rest juniors The attack
features Howard Seller and Dick OConnell behind the goal and Jerry Miles at
crease All three have some varsity experience at thelr respectne posts although none
were regulars last season
At midfield a senior unit of Jack Gilbert Bob Taylor and co captain Ray Len
hard IS expected to supply a powerful scoring punch while the JUHIOI' mldfield of
Howard Wlsotzkey Penny Martin and ,lon ,lenness or Jack Phillips IS expected to
also get their share of the polnts
The rugged defense seems to l1ne up wlth Blll oland at crease and Al Halpern
and either Charley Elllcott or Wilbur Pearce behind the goal The goalle posltlon IS
well taken care of as co captaln Barry Wlnkelman moves into the net llllfldlllc post
In the season s opener wlth Poly, defenseman Toland was selected as the team s
unsung hero and was presented the award sponsored by Mr C P McCormick
We know that this squad can play good ball but we can only hope for success
as they move lnto league play against Mt St Joe on April 17
hrs! Row M Mahr R Clarkson W Taylor L Callager L 'Vlorumer Coach Cartmxll Second Row R
Wa ner K Hecht J Zolllnger H Matthews G Crosby D Blake J Benson
Tennls has finally found a place 1n boys varslty sports Wlth last vear s arrlval
years we had mlssed a lot of good material A JV team was formed whlch played
several other Baltlmore teams
Th1S year, after more practice and good mstructlon under Coach Cartmxll the
boys have a varslty team whlch played St Andrews McDonogh St Albans St James
Gllman, and our sports rlval from Washlngton Sldwell Frlends
Also durlng the past two years we have seen many lmprovements ln the playlng
courts, mcludlng equipment for settlng up a court ln the gymnaslum speclal treat
ment for elght of the outdoor courts, and the blllldlflg of two all weather courts
It IS wlth great pleasure that we note the growth of Boys' Tennls 1nto a major
sport here at Frlends
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of Mr. Cartmill, many players of unknown talent turned out. We found that in past
Martha Howell leaves a big, toothy grin-she needs everything else.
Pat Janvier leaves Mr. Denk a Charles Atlas course.
Eleanor Kann unhappily leaves Mr. Richardson to Mrs. Richardson.
Jim Kuethe leaves Mr. Dahl a box of starch for his shirt collars.
Mary Lambros leaves ten bottles of Airwick for the girls' locker room.
Lenny Lenhard leaves Monday mornings to Dick O'Connell.
Ann Martin leaves all her money worries to the next badminton manager.
Virginia McClain leaves physics to someone with more intelligence.
Jean McClure leaves her sprained ankles to anyone who wants to be a real athlete.
Jim McGohan leaves Virgil, Cicero, and Miss Hetrick to the ancient Romans in hopes
that they will know what to do with them.
Jerry Miles leaves a fifth to Dick O'Connell to settle his woman troubles.
Jocelyn Newell leaves to Mr. Nick a bottle-of cough syrup.
Bill Nickerson leaves his wastebasket to Wisotzkey.
Jack Phillips leaves his Temperance card to Sonny Seiler.
Amelia Schneidereith leaves on the earliest possible plane for Duke.
Emily Schultz leaves those after-game parties to next year's Seniors.
Jean Sheridan leaves a can of lima beans to Mr. Denk to go with his corn.
Bob Taylor leaves his brains to Don Baker.
Ellen Thomas finally leaves those J .V. teams to the freshmen. She's been trying to for
the last four years.
Gay Thomsen wills more vacations to Miss Dilly.
Anne Tillinghast leaves'her barn parties to her sister Pat.
Bill Walke leaves Spanish to the Spaniards.
Barry Winkelman leaves a map to Eleanor Kann's house to the junior boys.
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Cless Y Fordyce
Wllmer K Gallager
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Mrs Clewell Howell
Mrs Sol Kann
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