Friends School of Baltimore - Quaker Yearbook (Baltimore, MD)
- Class of 1957
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For h1s unendmg gmdance and frxendshlp
we the Class of 1957 fondlx dedxcate our
yearbook fha Quaker to Prank R bhwerb .Ir
Dr. Bliss Forbush
As our leader he has always been before us, to
show us the way. As our .guide he has given us
invaluable advice and shared with us the treasures
of his rich experience. As our inspirational leader
he has shown us a life of profund spiritual signifi-
cance. He has been a symbol of all that a Friends
School represents. We, the Class of '57, upon
preparing to leave our Alma Mater, extend to
Bliss Forbush our most sincere and heartfelt
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Eleanor D Mace
Principal Dean of Girls teacher, guidance coun
selor friend and conspirator who else but Dilly
Nlace In her role as jack of all trades each year
Mrs Mace helps mam a senior girl to choose a
college and in addition she fills out hundreds of
applications in her free time fPoor Otiell Many
thanks Miss Dilly we will never forget your
help and friendship'
Robert L Richardson
Dean of Boys
ln his position is Dean, lVIr Richardson has be
come the friend of esery member of the Class of
1957 As the prospect of applying to colleges
loomed nearer I'e supplied us with catalogues, in
formation 'ind 'idxice For the member of our
class he has completed numerous college application
forms We would like to take this opportunity to
express our gratitude to lllr Richardson for his
service fuidance instruction, and friendship
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The Upper School Faculty
The Lower School And Nursery School Faculty
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Mr. Shivers uses modern techniques.
In all grades the English Department en-
deavors to help the student express himself by
having a commanding knowledge of our lan-
guage. Grammer is taught to the underclass-
men so that, by the time they are seniors, they
will be able to make proper use of the language.
ln order to improve the student's own writ-
ing, an opaque projector is being used so that
composition papers may be shown on a screen
and constructive criticisms of the papers can
be made by the rest of the class.
The works of many famous authors, both
American and European, are also read and
their styles and themes learned through both
the teachers' explanations and the use of
records. With such varied experiences the
student Ends himself better able to deal with
the English language.
gil isfozy dlfow
European history with hir. Nicolls.
The history curriculum covers the periods
from ancient times through contemporary
American history. The ancient history course
is given by Nlrs. YValker to a class of fresh-
men, and it includes one short term paper
and great stress on research reading.
lllr. Nicolls has classes in modern European
history, English history, and American history.
An authority on the Civil VVar, Elf. Nick
combines history with humor and a pleasant
story-telling technique in order to make the
dry facts come to life for his students.
'lihe senior class is taught contemporary
American history, a course entailing both
current events and United States history
dating from the Civil YVar. A field trip to
the United Nations highlights the course.
Ugg cgaafrrz of olfigfiez Jlflaffi
Although there are courses in the realm
of higher mathematics, Friends also carries in
the curriculum courses designed for every
level of learning and ability. From the first
math in the Upper School taught by Mr.
Peacock through the increasingly difficult sub-
jects of algebra, geometry, and then senior
math, the teachers in this department
demand that every student make the best of
his ability and interest. Nlr. Denk's senior
math gives a very complete grounding for
students interested in going on with math in
college and for those merely having an interest
in the subject but not desirous of continuing
it in institutions of higher learning, Nlr.
Gray's business arithmetic course is just the
Trigonometry demonstration as shown by T. Taylor to Mr
Denk and his senior math class.
Friends School, scientifically speaking, offers
a wide field of courses ranging from the
general science course which is taken by the
seventh grade to the quite difiicult lab sciences.
YVith Mr. Forbush teaching the chemistry,
hir. Denk the physics, and Mr. VVoodman
covering the biology end, the three specialized
branches of science have the reputation of
being very challenging material for studyg but,
nevertheless, they are very rewarding in their
comprehensive picture of the subjects involved.
lVho will ever forget the chemistry experi-
ments shooting clouds of smoke into the room,
the seeming impossibility of Pascal's vases, or
the entrails of a worm stretched out in a
dissecting tray? Certainly no one will who
has ever taken these courses.
Mr. Forbush and students in chemistry lab.
Ugg lianguags of bipfonzaci'
Mr. Richardson instructs students in French III.
Last year, for the hrst time, Friends School
offered French to freshman in order that
the "language of diplomacy" might in the
near future be studied for four years by
those interested. First year French is ably
taught by both Nlr. Richardson and lllr. Gill.
One step higher, the second year students
are duly instructed by Mr. Gill. Third
year French this year, as always, is under
the expert guidance of illr. Richardson.
Four years of French at Friends has long
been thought by many to be a desirable in-
novation. Because of a special accelerated class
in French last year, a few members of next
year's graduating class will be able to take
fourth year' French.
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Spanish as taught by Mr. Gill.
"Can you speak Spanish?" This is the
phrase which is heard in Baltimore Friends
School Spanish classes. ln two years Spanish
is taught so that the student may learn to
read and speak the language. Conversations
are a daily practice to insure the ability to
use the language correctly and an American-
ized Spanish accent is usually one of the
results. Exercises are written in Spanish so
that grammar may be correctly used, and
many interesting facts are taught about the
Spanish speaking countries throughout the
world. This leads to a clear understanding
of these people. At the completion of the
course the Spanish student begins to under-
stand the culture behind this language.
Ufis Uongus of kgs omans
Friends School, realizing the importance of
a good foundation in Latin toward attaining
proficiency in other foreign languages, offers
the "tongue of the Romans" as early as the
eighth grade to all wishing to take it. This
course, taught by llliss Hetrick, is the first
half of first year Latin. ln the ninth grade
Latin I is continued, thus giving all who take
it a thorough knowledge of the fundamentals.
In Latin ll the students study the writings
of Caesar under the able tutelage of Klrs.
YValker. Third year Latin at Friends in
alternate years offers Cicerds works and
Virgil's Jeneizl. This year the Latinites
Miss Hetrick explains Latin grammar.
Quan: 3500 ima: 75 min.
Friends School has a varied program dedi-
cated to vocational training, which includes
home economics, child care, and typing
courses. The home economics class, taught
by Nlrs. Nliller, specializes in a study of
cooking, the nutritional values of foods, and
the planning of meals. Xliss Holloway in-
structs a class in child care which concen-
trates on child psychology. The students
utilize the proximity of the Nursery School
where they are able to observe Ersthand the
methods of childhood education.
Under the guidance of Mrs. Hanauer a
typing class is held three days each week.
Students, upon graduating from this course,
are able to type from thirty to fifty words
Mrs. Miller's home economics class uses modern kitchen in the
GLASS GIF H957
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September ll found forty one newly establyshed senlors ready and anxyous to assume thelr
roles as school leaders Followmg m the footsteps of his brother B111 VVh1teford became the
second member of hys famyly to hold the office of Senate Presydent Headed by Presldent I ucker
laylor Vyce Presxdent Secretarv 'Nlancv Noble and lreasurer Iom Cleaveland the Class of
57 began at once to plan for the November Ba7aar choosing as a theme THE ROARING
TWENTIES The student bodv yy as soon to 'afhrm the class choice of Kav Hupfeldt and
Freeman as Bazaar Co Chairmen
As exemplified by a large representatlon on the hrst quarter Honor Roll pressure for
college placement began early and each senyor spent an HnYlOUh eypht months awaytlng the news
Fall sports found Bull Whyteford as one captam of the football team Gretel Hanauer and
Vlarcya Smyth leadxng the hockey varslty and Taffy Adams a the team captam and number one
player on the badminton ladder Byll Whlteford receyved the Nlcbormlck Unsung Hero
Award the first tyme anyone from Frlends had receyyed the honor
November 30 was the day the class travelled to the Unyted 'Natyons an ynterestyng
moment yn hxstorv because of the Suez and Hungarxan crises
Editors Harrlet Wasserman and Dave Felter the evening of December 21st cllmaxed weeks of
preparatyon for the annual Holly Ball under the chayrmenshyp of Betty Hutzler and I'om
Lleaveland lt yy as a byg success
Basketball season opened vyyth B A A and f' A A Presydents Chuck Bryddell 'md
Larol Lhrxstopher Liptamlng, the tvyo yarsxty teams Both squads enjoyed yyynnyng, sea ons
Preparatyons for exams college boards the year book under Nlarcya Smyth and Nhllory
Buchner June YVeek and Commencement occupyed much of the remamder of the year In
April the dramatyc abylyty of the clas was demonstrated by Cretel Nlary Uartha and Harryet
yyyth cla s advy er Nlr 'Nyck taking, part yn the productyon of I INIE OU l FOR GINGER
NVxth fond memorye the Llass of 1957 leayes nts Alma Hater older yyyser 1 trybute to
Frlends School educatyon
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Caryl Whlhng Adams
The mzlk of human kmdness
1 lffs as she 18 usuallx ealled hx her tlassmxtes joined the
Llass of 57 III the seventh grade A tonselentlous student,
rl affx s work ls eonststentls above axe-rage
She 1 also vert interested rn extra eurrlcular aetnltnes and
has been an actne member of both the Seruee and Afhlxatlon
Committees Servmg as 'I reasurer of the G A A m her
semor vear and on manv deeoratlon LOIDIUIIICCS for danees,
Carvl has proven her capabrhty IH demandlng jobs She also
enjovs art and has for several tears been a member of the Booster
Club for which she has done much poster work
ln the athletlc held she quxclclv showed her prowess bx
rlsmg to become number one on the badmmton team ln her
sophomore vear laffv has retamed that posmon and tltls vear
was elected taptam of the tram She has also plaxed IV
basketball for tuo vears as rn guard and has shown abtlltv on the
Booster Club 3 4
Qhalrman, Projeets Lommxttee
Soelal Lommxttee 3
Vlrslty Badmmton 7 3 4
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Bazaar White Elephants
Wrxtlng artlcles for The Uuzll and serxxng on the ClfLUl8IlOl1 Staff oteupx muth of her spare tlme but 'lt
home she enjovs kmttlng and sewmg and she tan usuallv be seen IH the mlddle of her latest paxr of 'mrgsle
Cape Cod and the North are her faxorlte haunts III the summer xx here she spends mueh tune Ndlllilg and Svtllllllllllf
As the North has her heart, she plans to attend eollege there after graduation
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Alexis Nlcholas Badart
I have lazd aszde buszness and gone a jishmg
Bazaar Arrplane Rides
lck has over the years become a personality not easnly
forgotten 'lround the Frrends School campus Hrs good dlsposn
tlon and jokes have made hum many a frlend among the student
body On and off the campus there IS alyyays something hap
penlng when lNrck rs around
Reading about '1 certain German ventleman, who after
several years of trymg to gobble up the yvorld finally was
ehmrmted 1 has fetnsh lhrs mterest has led to manv hvelv
dnscussrons durmg lunch perrods on ralny days Nrck s mterest
rn Germany rs not llmlted to polmcs for has lrttle green Volks
yy agen vyhlch can usually be seen at the end of a hectic school
day full of people desirous of leavrng the campus ls now a
famllrar snght to 'xll lhls mmlature car as some Friends
students knoyy rs quite lrght and eyen can be plcked up off the
For the last several years Buck has been a key man on the
Friends bchool soccer team lhe soccer te1m yylll undoubtedly mr s has abrllty 'md experrence neyrt fall
Vick rs not yet qulte sure yyh at the future will hnd hun domg though perhaps the busmess world wrll 1 lmm
hrs talents and enthususm Although he h1 had many te1chers bmng therr nalls at various tlmes Nllcks
departure will be regretted by all
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"It's love that makes the world go round."
Since thiS vivluous bundle of smilee 'md charm entered
l' riends the Llws of 57 h1s newer been the s'lme ill 'ilu 'qs
has '1 smile or a kind word when it is most needed, and sup
plies delightful entertainment for her classmates when retount
mg fabuloue tales about the incredible Situations in n hich she
seems to hue the knack of involving hereelf
Although She Spent much of her time runnmff the fuulti
r lgged Till II11I1'1L1C'd to illlll'f'7C in an impreesive extra currieul ir
program As right half back on the X'lI'SltY hotkex te im Ill
pl'ued hard 'ind vsell Qontinuing her efforts in the win'er
se xson she is on '1 position on the virsitx sunmmng team
Aside from her 'lthletic sentures, much of ills time w ls
dexoted to her daily xx ork in Lover Qchool xx here Qhe helped
line year s Ii umr sm ill uorkini' h1rd it the Lake n
Dance Committee: 4
J. V. Hockey: 3
Varsity Hockey: -1-
Vzlrsity Swimming: 2, 3, 4
Varsity Lacrosse: 3, -lf
Bazaar-Cake and Candy
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Cindy t ible ind the toncensus his it th it in lm 1 cake ind mum 1 e indx were sold just for this re ison
ill is one of the fnored few vs ho sunt to Europe during her summer mation Her trawl tiles river
lltking in nnigin ition ind ue do mean lll1lglUdfIUI'll 'mln 'us prox ed to be 1 fixorite unong her friends
e trwti 11 interprets s Lil tx lttrflctlxemss Ind liffsfllllllfl to me in 1 tomorrow of lllPPll1t'SN
ind, 1 llvi Us ont filled with friends ind admirers in maximum qu lntm
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Charles Ernest Briddell
"Strive mightily but eat and drink as friends."
B.A.A. President: 4
Varsity Club President: 4
B.A.A. Representative: 1
Dance Committee: 2, 3, 4
June VVeek Committee: 4
lXIixed Chorus: 3, 4
J V Football 1
Varsity Football 2 3
V Basketball 1
Varsity Basketball 7 3 4
Varsiti Lacrosse 1 2 3 4
Yo all come' '
YV'u back in the eighth grade a bov with lon legs a crew
cut and the xerx officnl sounding name of Lharle IL Briddell
he P although Lhuck doesnt like it stands for Frnest
joined thc cla
Since hi 'irrn ll at Friends he has been 1 B NI U L
just look 'tt his list of activities 'md achievements which in
cludes four xears of v 1rsitx lacrosse three xears of warsitw basket
ball three sears of v1rsitx football President of the B A A
the business manager of the unior Prom the Hollv Ball and
The Quaker He also had the title of President of the Y arsitx
cisanowa and girl watch out' Phi bow can really dance
NI un time he has kept Us in stitche with his take offs on
fellow cl'1ssm'1tes His smile and wit hue Indeed pulled u
out of mlm a bad mood
Un the xthlctic fields his presence will be sorels mis ed A an end on the football te un his hustle and spirit
hue drawn the idmirsition of both hi coaches md teamm ltes lho e long legs were 1 welcome asset to the
ba ketbill term where he excelled as Z1 top notch rebounder and scorer bpring found Lhuck on the lacrosse
held where he placed attack Here again his hu tle and te un pl u were 1 big lift to the squad
Good luck in the coming tears Chuck we all shall miss sou
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"A good heart is worth gold."
Servrce Lommrttee 4
VVrllram S Prke Scrence Au ard l
Yarsrts VVrestlrnU lllanager l 2 3 4
Yarsrts Iiennrs Xlanager l 2
'Uanager of the Year 3
Tonv rs one of the few 57 graduates who have been at
Frrends srnce the first grade fhroughout hrs long career here,
he has proven hrmself to be a valuable asset both to hrs class 'mtl
to the facults Usualls quret loss performs hrs scho 'rstrt
dutres wrth the utmost drlrgence and rnterest
Wrth a possrble career as 1 professor rn mrnd, lom hr
delved deeply mto all sorts of related hrstorrcal, polrtrcal, and
lrterarx materral and our ualkrng encxclopedra has constantlx
kept Xlrs 'Xlace on her toes durrng contemporarr hrstorr class
VVhen there rs a drsputed hrstorrcal fact one looks to llom
Wrth hrs knack for organmatron he rs found after school
ar It work, mtnrgrng, the w restlrrrrf rnd tennrs squads
durrng therr respectrxe seasons Hrs ahrlrtx as '1 manager rn hrs
junror rear xx on hrm the Han rger of tht hear Award
VVhen Bazaar trme rolled around thrs seat the games
sectron nas found under the capable drrectron of Nlr lom
Brx an Because of hrs orderls arrangement of exerx detarl and constant superxrsron he turned rn 1 lug success
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udgrnt, from hrs present rrrterest Prrentls bchool hrs taken the hrst step rn preprrrng, 1 future hrstorr
professor VVrth hrs tremendous accumulrtron of facts md hr detp lose of the subject rnrtter ut feel th rt
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Every one rs more or less mad on one pomt
Senate 1 4
Aflilratron Commrttee 3 4
Dance Commrttee 7
Quaker L0 Edrtor
B A A Representatrve 2
V Football 1 2
Varsrty Football 3
J V Basketball 1
V Lacrosse 1
Varsrty Lacrosse 2 3 4
Bazaar Lower School Drnner 3
Clear that ball
See a weary Hvure trudgrng up from the field lacrosse
trck rn hand long after sundown you know rt s Mal Hrs great
rnterest rn the sport and enthusrastrc sprrrt have made hrm num
ber one goalre for the past two years Thrs rnterest prompted
'Hal to brave the cold and snow and he was often found on
wrnter days behrnd the gsm workrng wrth Nlr Nrck to rmprowe
hrs skrll whrch had alreadv been honored bv the 1956 Unsung
Hero Award Lacrosse rs not Nlal s only sport thrs season he
drd a credrtable job for llr Rrchwagen as one of the centers on
the varsrty football team
Off the athletrc field he has done a splendrd Job as Co
Edrtor of Y he uaker and as photographrc edrtor of The Uuzll
Hrs leadershrp qualrtres have truce placed hrm on the Senate
and on the Aflllratron Commrttee
A trmrd vorce and terrrble accent herald Nlals arrrval rn
French class Asrde from thrs one prtfall, hrs marks are out
standrng, especrally rn the scrences and math, and manv a quarter has found llal's name among those on the
Non school actrvrtres keep llallorv on the go constantlr Undoubtedly one frrst thrnks of hrs model rarl
road collectron, few that have seen hrs trams wrll ever forget them Servrng as both the Presrdent of hrs
Westmrnster Fellowshrp, and as a summer counsellor at a Y M C A camp, Rial has learned much about
workrng wrth people of all ages, a knowledge whrch wrll benefit hrm rn future vears and greatlv ard hrs clrmb
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"Born with the gift of laughter."
G.A.A. President: 4
June Week Committee: 4
J. V. Cheerleading: 1
Varsity Cheerleading: 2, 3, 4
W' 11 l 3 4
Jax V Hockey 1
Varsitv Hockey 2 3 4
J V Basketball 1
Varsity Basketball 2 3
Varsity Svyimmmg 1
Varsity Lacrosse 4
If a smile can yyipe avyay a tear Chrrs is just yyhat the
psychiatrist ordered I' ndowed with a sparkling, sense of humor
and a yyarm personality Chris has set a tone of levity and
vaiety for the Class of 57 since that day she passed through the
portals for did she sneak in through a yyindowpj into the third
grade Feyy could haye predicted at that early date the success
that she yyas to achieye in her high school career b th as 1
school leader 1nd an ithletic performer
As President of the G A A in her senior year Chris held
responsibility and leadership and no one would contest
the general opinion that Chris more than fulfilled these
B tsketball is Chris s fayorite sport and a standout she vyas
for the Quaker team A yarsity player for three years Chris
was elected captain of the squad in her senior year once again
demonstrating, her leadership qualities Prominent in nearly half a dozen other sports Chris hopes to pursue a
college career in the field of physical education
But Chris s interest in sports has not been restricted to Friends School teams For tyyo years her summer
yacation was absorbed in her occupation is combination life guard syyimming instructor at Quburban Country
I' rom all indications it yy ould appear that Chris has a hne head start on the accomplishment of her hopes for
a future in phys ed at the colleve that is fortunate enough to have her
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Thomas Alexander Cleaveland
Lzfe as too short to waste
Assemblx Committee 4
Secretars of B A A 4
Class Treasurer 4
umor Prom Co Chalrman 3
Holly Ball Lo Chairman 4
Varsm Club 3 4
AI1xedLhorus 2 3
Varsntx Football 2 3
V'lfSltV B1sketb'1ll 2 3
V Lacrosse 7
Varsxtx Lacrosse 3 4
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In the tenth grade the ranks of the Class of 57 were
strengthened bx mans one of whom was Iom bmce that time
he has grown mereasmglx more prominent among hxs classmates
Ihere ls no doubt that the class has gained much throurh his
After having served as Lo Chaxrman of the Jumor Prom,
ln hls semor wear he was called upon to head the group working
on the Hollx Ball whlch was a huge success ln even way T
the Assemblx LOmmlftCC especially important thns year because
of the new auditorium Tom contrlbuted much bx servlng as
one of nts members During, hxs sophomore 'md junlor wears he
sang an the bass seetlon of the lined Lhorus Aside from these
'utmtles he served 'ls the f're1surer of the Senior Llass But
perhaps lom wxll be most remembered as one of the tno gentle
men sw ho dismissed the student bodw from assemblx exerx
'Imy fso called because of his 6 ft 7 nn 230 lb framej his also done has part lthletlealls He nas a
member of the football basketball and lacrosse teams xn hrs three years at Prlends A membershlp ln the W arsm
Club and the posmon of Secretarx of the B A A are due rewards for his efforts nn the sports world
ln the near future Tmy xntends to attend college but as to the eourse of has ende'u0rs thereafter he ls
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Exer SIIICC L17 jolned us 1s the toungest member of our
cl1ss 1n the hfth g,r'1de she has shown her prom ess both 111 her
stholtstn stork and 111 her extr1cur11c11l'1r 1ct1x1t1cs She l11
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LII s 111'11n lnterest outs1de of school IN d1reLted ton ard 1rt
Her slull 111 th1s held his been shown through her vs ork on the
1lc1or'1t1o11 1o111m1ttees for sexerll of our d tmes 1nd through her
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Service Co 111111 ittee: -l'
Dance Commntee 4
Vlrsm B'idI11lI1t 1111 2 3 4
J X Basketball 2
s 1or 11 Il She p 11:1 OIT the Y h1 lteth 1ll tc1111 for two xetrs 'ts 1 g1u1rd 1nd tlso should her '1h1l1t1 on t Q
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"Fashioned so slenderly, young, and so fair."
Service Committee: 3, 4
Affiliation Committee: 4
June VVeek Committee: 4
Booster Club -I-
Nlixed Chorus 1 2
Glee Club 4
Bazaar Flower liable
Dax dreammg Delight
Long blonde hair, full of enthusiasm, alvv ays on the go-
thats Lv nn Since she entered Frlends in the seventh grade
her out going spmt and terrific personaltty have made her a
v1luable member of the Class of 57 and won her more friends
than one can imagine VVhen she s not slavmg over a book,
studving for a biologv test or trvmg to conquer a ffeometrv
problem she can usuallv be found lending a sv mpathetic ear to
the numerous problems of her friends
Outside of school Ivnn is a mightv busv gal She IS verv
-f E spare time the little he has is usuallv occupied bv her manv
beauv Due to this and her darting here and there across the
countrv she usuallv is nowhere to be found on weekends
ln school he 1 kept busv with her manv extra curricular
activities She ls a verv valuable m mber of the Nlixed Chorus
and in her junior vear vv as elected President Her enthusiasm
and willingness to work were responsible for mam vital contributions to the Service Committee She also
mana! ed '1lw'1vs to hnd time to work on projects for the Afhlmtion Committee
Lvnn s determination and enthusiasm can account for her tremendous success at Frlends XV1th all the
wonderful qualities Lv nn possesses we are conhdent that her future vv ill be a successful one The best of luck
to sou Lv nn wherever vou mas go
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Wzsdom zs the instrument of success
Few hare been around the Frlends campus longer than
Uaxe Ifelter An enthuslast rn both sports and other extra
curricular actmtles David has also been an excellent student
smce h1s entrance here 1n the Nlurserx School
Actlve rn the Iarxends School sports world Davld has
earned several varslts letters He plased tackle on the 1956
varsltx football squad and was a kex man on the Fr1ends School
lacrosse team this sprung., However Daves extra currlcular
actlvltnes were not llmlted to sports As one of the Associate
Editors of 7 he Quaker Quzll Daxe d1d a Hne job especxallx m
lmprovlng the appearance of the paper and glvmg varletx to the
He has also been a leader ln the academic department as
his name has often been on the Honor Roll One reward for
has feats of mtelhgence mcluded 1 chance to take the quallfxmg
exam for a college scholarshnp under the Watxonal lNIer1t Pro
Rellglous Llfe Committee 3 4
Frlends School Representative
to Baltxmore Youth Councll 3
Class Treasurer 1
Class Presldent 2
'Vllxed Chorus 4
Ouzll Assoclate Edltor 4
V Football l
Varsxty Football 2 3 4
V Basketball 1 2
J V Lacrosse 1 2
Varsxtv Lacrosse 3 4
Bazaar Books 3
Upper School Dmner 4
The pol1shed pr1nter
gram Dave has done well rn almost all the subjects w htch he has undertaken at Frlends, but he IS extremelx
strong IH the mathematics and phxsxcs departments FI hese seem to be the attributes of an englneer, and that
appears to be what Dave has ln mlnd for his college stud!
For the thlrteen sears that he has been wlth the Class of '57, Friends has dehmtelv felt the effect of
having Dave and his leadershlp nl all parts of school llfe
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"The very pink of courtesy and circumspectionf'
Serwrte Lommrttee 4
Llass Presrdent 3
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Varsrtr Football 3 4- A-
I V Basketball I 2
I V Lacrosse l 2
Narsrtx Lacrosse 3
Bazaar Qo Charrman
Dependable md versatile are the tno words vrhrch best
descrrbe lonathan brnce jornrng, the Llass of 57 sw tears ago
lrfe rntludrnr such athletrc feats as two xerrs of sarsrtx pl n on
the football team and one on the lacrosse team
-of One of the outstanding., members of the class is 'rtte ted
bx hrs xear of servrce as class presrdent and hrs electron to the
posrtron of Bazaar Lo Qharrman lon has alvraxs mamtarned
hreh rcademrc standards hrs grades contmuallx berng rn the
prowrmrtx of the Honor Roll on r the hardworkrng stead!
txpe hrs quret manner and pronounced eftiuenu are two of hrs
most promrnent characterrstrcs
on s mam scholastrc rnterests center around the lab scrences
partrculrrlx brologx rn vrhrch he ha been takrng a drfhcult
idx anced cour e under the gurdance of Ur YVoodman How
ever hrs xersatrlrtr also rs rn exrdence rn the classrooms xx here
hrs talents are not confined to one tx pe of subject matter but rather are utrlrzed to meet the challenge of the
schools toughest courses rn all flelds
Another of ons idmrrable trarts rs hrs urllrngrress to uork urthout eomplarnrng, as demonstrated br hrs
efforts for Ihe Pull! and Fhe Quaker
Off the campus much of jon s trme rs octupred br sarlmg, at vrhrch be rs consrdered qurte an expert lhe
last sr! sears have been actne ones for on as thex would hare been for am one of hrs talent
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A lady has a rzght to change her mmd
Servlce Committee 3 -1-
Aflillatton Committee 3 -I-
Chairman Publlcxty Commlttee 4
Class Treasurer 2
Dramattcs Club -1-
Vxce Presrdent 4
url 2 3 4
Co Edrtor -I-
GAA Representatlve 1
Cheerleader 2 3 4
Varsrty Hockey 2 3 4
Varslty Swrmmmg 1
J V Basketball 1
Varstty Basketball 7 3 4
sa-wan Varsrty Tenms l 2 3 4
Bazaar Loyy er School Dmner
Have you met Tir Nlck s partner ln blgamy 7 Guilty of
thrs delxghtful crlmlnal act ts lwary Gordon who played op
poslte the hrstory professor rn the Dramattc Llub s presentatlon
of TIME CUT FOR GINGER and the doors had to be
barred double to keep the Holly wood scouts from snatching, her
In the five years she was at Friends lllary compiled an
rmpressxve record of achlevements ln every field ln Whrch she
tested her talents Blessed with a brlllrant mmd and Intense
ambltron her academic work left lrttle to be deslred
This year s uaker Quill was wrltten testimony of 'Klart s
Journalxstxc talents As Co Edrtor she tackled what lS noted as
the most difficult job ln school and was able to produce a
paper of consistently superior qualnty
Another dlSfll'lgUlShlI'lg feature of lllary s high school career
yyas her versatlltty ln athletics hockey basketball swxmmln
and tennls to name a few lennxs IS her real love and If 1s not unu ual to hnd Nlary with Hashllght and tennrs
racquet bouncing a ball about the F S courts on sprmg, morn1ng,s before dawn She has trophles alore and her
frrends expect the Davls Cup to appear at any moment
Predlctlons for her future are varxed a French teacher at the Sorbonne a Broadway headlmer
edrtor of The New York Tzmex Whatever the case may' be, the odds heavtlv favor success for this future Helen
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Good sense only the gzft of heaven
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W ho h as 1 eomesslon on all the As? WVhx that IS Bxll
Hammond xx ho has heen on the Honor Roll everx quarter since
he hee une part of the Ll ass of 57 He has alwaxs been one of
the top students ln hrs dass, usu lllv recemng the top grade or
one of the top grades nn exerx tourse he took Following a
x med sehedule he m1stered three lah suences Latm, Envllsh
math and has shoxxn p trtlcular abnlntx ln French, takmff three
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Hou exer B111 dld not onlx study In his senlor year he xx as
tletted hx hx eh s to the Sen1te 'md ln turn hx the Senate as
Its treasurtr Hrs proxxees ln Pngllsh vxon htm a position on
Ihr Quaker staff as one of the txxo editorial editors He also
serx ed on the Religious Life LOITlIT1lltCC ln hrs tumor and senior
xears And lt xx ould not he fittlng to omlt mention of B1ll's
xxork dllflfljj sthool xx hen he xx as to be found datlx cornered ln
the hook room hx hoards of students demanding supplxes
In the held of sports Bill serxtd .ns m.m.1ger of the xarsxtx football team for three xears ln the sprung
KINUII e partlelpated In tenms .1lxx.1xs rendx to glxe anxone tl good mateh
ter toll:-ge lizll hopes to go on to graduate xxorlt III phxszes and nf he does as xxell there as he has at
t md hc xxlll make .1 top flight phxsltlst
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Dorothy Gretel Hanauer
"Energy and determination to conquer all."
Senate: 1, 2, 3, 4
Vice President: 4
Service Committee: l, 2, 3, 4
Chairman' 3, 4
Religious Life Lommittee 2 3
"' Assemhlx Qommittee 1 7
Dramatxes Lluh 4
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Sthool Life Axxard 3
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Yarsitx Hoelsex 3 4
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1rs1tx Latrossc l
L1 t'11n 3
Sixteen xears ago 1t the ripe old age of 18 months Gretel
toddled through the portals of the lNurserx School thus found
lng the Llass of 57 l aux hing her vx'1x through I oxxer Sthool
Q md Upper Sehool xxe might xdd Gret h1s long been L
leader both uademit 1111 and lfl'llCIlL'lllX
As the Lroxxd presses around the posting of the Honor Roll
xx hose name is found '1t the top of the li t' Yes thats right
'XI lmma 7 Your Committee needs one more hard xx orker7 Gret
is xour girl Xvlth an mdefatigable supplx of ener x Gret
rushes from 1et1v1tx to activitx never losing momentum
Long interested in social xx elfare as is exemplified hx her
txx o xear term 'ts chairman of the Serx ice Lommittee this petite
miss headed the 1957 lllarxlmd Hens Against Polio drixt
most suecessfullx '
See a tlnx grex figure huddled ln the hockex gotl p1t1cntlx xx dlflllj, for tht h1ll to Lorna doxxn to htr end of
the field and hopmff that bx the time It hn'1llx '1rr1x es her fcet xxlll not hc fro7en out of tommission 7 lt must he
our All lll lfxliilld goalie Gretel Hanauer xx hose feet '1lxx'1xs manage to he l7l0Ql'ClI1f,, that goll 'is 'mx one of her
opponents will testifx
A gal xx ho is nex er too husx for her friends or 1 gime of hridge Grctel eould he found m mx 1 lumh time
perehed atop 'Xlr Shixers desk-engaged in the litter xxith 1 llxelx group of tht former VVell equipped xxith
the fate c1rds of sueeess Gret is destined for grand slam fame
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"Thereby hangs a tale."
G.:X.A. Representative: 2
Dance Committee: 3, 4
Glee Cluh' I
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lhzur Flower l lble
XV ho S eommg donn the hall ID the haggs sweater, t'1lk1ng
to one of her num frlends 'lbout the last tremendous week
end 9 H xrrsne, 1nd xt ns 1 sure bet that that weekend reallx ww xs
tremendoux hemuse thls xoung l1ds Certalnlx gets 'lround She
juxt lowes thoxe parties 'md daneee and not only can she dance
all nwht hut uould 1lso hwe no trouhle d'1nunf1 all week lf
Jupm henng unh 1 Sllklll hutterllx H xrrsle must hue
sued 1 lot of tune for studxlng hee :use her l11ll'kS were 'llw Ns
good and Nhe ULk'lil0I1'lllN lI1'lHlj.ICd to make the Honor Roll
lhur lnterestx howexer 'are somewhit overshqdowed hx
her one Lfflt lose, h1 lxethill Her enthuwmsm for thu sport
L muld h xrdlx he p1r1lleled But HTYFNIL IS hx no mefms llmlted
to one Nport She hu pl ned hoekex 'md tennli throughout hlgh
ehool und ln her xenlor xelr w ls honored hx the eleetxon to
L lptun of the Y hoeku te m
lII'NlL uxll Nllflll jltf the IINJNI :ur of the eollc fe lrfe w hreh ls ln her future, her Interest ln people md ler
Inu rt Cl lrt to a o I ungg to perfeetlun hwllfl her 0 t 1 lt
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Nancy Patricia Hearn
"It matters not how long you live, but how well."
lNancx entered Friends in the ninth grade and has proven
to be '1 girl with vlried interests including, music religion and
more socral areas As President of the Religious Life Com
mittee she held a position which carried xxith It considerable
prestige and responsibilxtx After school she could usuallx b
heard stnginf in the auditorium xxith the 'Uixed Lhorus f
xx hich she has been a xaluable member for four years She xx is
in the Glee Llub in her freshman xear ind because of her
lllarx land lnstitute she serx ed as 1 member of the Booster Llub
Before anx dance Nancx is seen in the gxm teetering, on a
ladder xxith a handful of thumbtacks or winding, crepe paper for
decorations As a member of the International Relations Llub
she gaxe cenerouslx of her time Her Bazaar job xx as xx aflles
and she stood in H1 ipron in the midst of the frax selling, them
until 8 00 that night 'N ncx is 1 pil xx ho is 1lxx1xS rcadx to
help and do more than her share
Religious Life Committee: 2, 3, 4
Booster Club: 3, 4
Glee Qlub l
Nlixed Lhorus l 2 3 4-
International Relations Club 3 4
Bazaar Waffle 'l able
bhe likes manx diversions xmonf which are tennis dancing, and singing, English is her faxorite subject
because of her luxe for re Idllh, ln future xe urs xxe hope to heir of her success as an lftl t
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Kathleen Ellzabeth Hupfeldt
Gwen to fest but e er zn earnest
Class Secretarx 2
IhnceComm1ttee l 2 3
Xllved Chorus 2 ,AYQ5 A,
Cheerleading 7 3
Co Capt'un 4
Badminton 2 3
V Basketball 3
Bazaar Co Chanrman
Through these portals
Come on kxds let s get hep' From the two wear old
group rn the Nlurserv School through her senior wear rn hrgh
sthool that has been the tone of Katle s enthusiasm ln her school
hfe This dlsplav of outstandmg spmt and loyaltv toward
Prrends eulmmated when m her junior and senior wears she
became the first gurl to be elected tw rce to the posmon of Head
Sx nom mous with Kas 19 a warm smnle and a twmklmg eye
But beneath her galety and humor her classmates have dls
cos ered Kas to be a. conscientious student and a capable leader
A gal of mam talents her name rs often to be found on the
Honor Roll Besides being an and devotee of vood lrterature
Kas was a frequent vlsltor to both advanced bxologv and the
chemrstn labs With a test tube ln one hand a Shalrespearlan
plas ln the other and a partrallx dissected rabbnt before her Kay
proved her sklll ln all fflelds
None of the Class of 57 w ull forget the success Kav had as
Co Chaxrman of the Bazaar or the salue of her artlstxc talents nn the unxor Prom and the Holly Ball In the
meantxme w hat little of lt thert 1 left she managed to erxe two sears 'ls class secretarx and as a member
of the -Xffllmtlon Committee
Kane looks tow xrd 1 ureer 1 '1 lI1Cdlk2il sccretarx We wnsh her luck but nf splrlt and Intelligence mean
am thlnv we know she wrll not need
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Elizabeth Ann Hutzler
"Beware the Ides of March."
A girl as brrht and cheerful as her Hre engxne red locks IS
Hutz rl hrs VHHCIOUS red head has gnen her talents to the
Junior Prom and Holly Ball as Co Chalrman of each Hon
could her endeavors fall with such a dx namrc ball of energy be
hlnd them 7 Her artistic abrlltx ha won her nude acclalm whale
her chief after school actnntres at Friends School have been had
mmton and tennis Her efforts hate certatnlx been rewarded
for Betz vson her sarsttx blazer for both badminton and tennls
Ftndmg Hut? around school IN practltalls rmpossrble for
she ls ueuallx deep under the shop exploring, the unknou n world
of the dxssetted hare ln advanced blologs lf sou unt locate
Betts ln Bug, Lab xou tan alvx 'ns trx the Chem Lab where one
often hears the cn 'Ur Forbush' Lome qutcklsl l thunk
It s going to explode' Sure enough that s the red he lded bomb
shell making, some remark tble obserx mon
Our rushing, Lreen ered Lil ls tufted with spontaneous
Affiliation Committee: 3, 4
'I reasurer 4
Junior Prom Lo Chairman 3
Holls Ball Lo Chairman 4
Varsm Badmnnton 2 3 4
Varsrtx rlennts 2 3 4
galetx 'md ls contmuouslx surrounded hx a group of 'ldmlrers 'leemrnc with enthusiasm and posseselng, '1 ws arm
frlendlx personalrtx thwr ls ensled bt all Hut? cant mtss l7CIllQ '1 candidate for hugh success brncere gracious
dependable thats our gurl'
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Helga Marie Jabncke
"Virtue is the truest nobility."
Affiliation Committee: 4
llixed Chorus: -l-
Glee Club 4
Bamar Pirtel Post
Hwve xou seen an attractne wnauous blonde latelx
doing 1 Buarian d'1nce with Xlr Vide? N10 doubt it w ls Helgi
Ibis girl ls unique, she h1s trimmed more into one Xeeir th'm
mm st of Us eould hope to ueomplish in half a dozen Helga ls
one of the few who combine beriutx with brains She knows
just 'about exert thing, from w hos who in the Bible to the evxtt
hour Columbus l1nded on Amerie 1 s shores
V-33 binge Helgq is from GCFIUIIIX, the Afhlrltlon Lommlttee
his greitlx benefited from her keen interest md enthusiism
lhe Xlived Chorus guned mn outstmdmg xolee when Helgl
heuime 1 member Lnfortunltelx though lriends did not
offer im of her f'uor1te sports mount'un tllmblng siiling 'ind
Outside of sehool Helgjl is utlxe in ehurth work Ihr
he does on her own demonstrltlng two of her minx hne
lllI'lllIlCN rndependente md umstientiousness
Xvlfh her betutiful blue exes n1tur'1llx nurlx hur 'md budding person llltx Helgl hi won 1 pl ue in the
he-'trts ot her fellow students ind tlso mins WJUIIU gentlemen Her tendtnu to blush to 1 loxelx erimson often
resu ts In friendlx tt ising, but Help ls neur it 1 o for in ipt rep x
Axlthough interested in law Hclgt estntulllx pl ms to go into journilism We eertunlx h me enjoxed
hulng Helvl with Us this xmr, 'ind we recognize the great 'isset she his been to the Ll iss of 1957
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"Calm thou mayest smile, while all around thee weep "
lherc lx 1 sudden hanv And when exerxone looke Nlarxon
IH plckmg up the welghts Il1lNt'lliCI1lX dropped III 1 tomplex
phx sues evperlment VV1s lt She or her lah plrtner thxt mused
the aeudent7 Probahlx neither, hut some outside ohserx er for
XITTIOD IS rcnoxx ned for her proxxess Ill sclenee 1nd math ahe
xx ls one of the three hr we gurls xx ho took Qenlor mwth 1nd one of
the txxo to ttke phx su lNeedless to slx shc dld xx ell m hoth
'N lI'l0llS lnterestx hoxxexer ire not 111 m the NLlClltll1L
lme A memher of both the Girl Glee Qluh ind the xlIY6Ll
Lhorus she VVIS among those xxho partlupated m thu xear
lovelx Qhr1stm'1s aesemhlx held for the hrxt time H1 the nexx
'llldltUI'lllll1 Outslde of sthool one of XI lrlon s fetxorlte p INUIHCN
1 p HXIIU1 the pl mo un xx nth nrt nc ls knoxx n to extc
1 ILIINK lc ider m tht W outh lcl oxx hup mt tht Ll1llftll0
uh her futher is thc futon her mtclut an peop c md t
problems IN Qhoxx n hx her mcmherxhlp on tht Serx lu L onnnlttee
bervnte Lommlttee -I-
llllxed Lhorus 4
Glee Llub 4
Smtk Ihr 4
Quest for knowledge
ind her plrtlup IUUII III Its m mx 'utxxltlex wuth lx Niilllllj, Lhfl tm ls trcex lt the xt it mm lllllfhl ha fore sunrxxe
'md entertunmg the elderlx xx omen m onr of Bwltnnore N homex
er four more xc Us of hard xx ork md fun Xl mon N nrt U tr ne K he ,
sucme, nxuxu or xozncthmg cle: xct unthougmt o
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Patricia Belle Keim
Dzscretzon shall preserve thee
berx1CeLomm1ttee 2 3 4 .5 X
Boobter Llub 2
Dime LOYTIIUIIYCC 3
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Xllxed Lhorua 3
B tdmtnton 2 3
Bftrmr Like and C'1ndx
Pte ex ed?
dw You eouldn t mtss Pat is bhe comes roftrtnv onto the utmpus
tn her red l'ord eonxertthle Pat, ulth her keen sense of humor
ls known for her relds smile 'md lII1llSlIlf.I Lomments Although
she had moms outside tnterestb whleh meluded 1 bu x soeml lnfe
she aluaxs found txme for her m1m sthool aetnlttem, hugh 15
nrt mustc ind uelfxre
She plaxed A large pftrt tn the sueeess of the badmmton
team tn the past two xe'1rs, and aleo helped m mntkmg the Cxtke
n Qands table sueeessful at the Bizalr
ln her Qenmr seir she xx as business m tnwer of I he Uuakfr
1nd as zlumnt editor of I he Uuzll she kept the sehool up on the
ttest nuxs of tte grtduttes le n1s utlxe In the Booster
Q uh md her work w ls tnstrumtnt tl ln tnerelslngg sehool sptrlt
le vs ls llNOUI1 the lrt eommlttu la t te lr for tht umor l rom
und helped tn m llilllg the deeor tttons 1 suetess I ox mg lllllxlk,
he xx ls tn the Glee Lluh md the Nllxed Lhorus
xt ls mtertsted tn suretirtxl nor in ills to eonttnue her trunmv it eolle,,e, she wlll he 1 lug suuess
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Carol Ann King
"If music be the food of love, play on."
Lll Teddy, one of the more casual members of the Cla s
of 57 lS m many xx axs an outstandmg glrl As President of the
Booster Club thls xear Larol has displayed her artlstlc talents
and has helped lmprove school spmt ln dolng so She has gwen
of herself xxlllmglx workmg on such prolects as the Bazaar the
lunxor Prom and the Hollx Ball Also thus xear as a member
of the Senate, she shared her practical ldeas and was an asset to
the student government
In the field of athletics Carol xx as a kex plax er on the bad
mmton team a sport whlch ranks as one of her favorites She
has also partxclpated ln basketball and tennls
What IS that certain something that Ieddx has? lVhat
exer lt rs she lb cool md collected about everx thmg xx hether
xt be a bw exam or a special box frxend Ted s easx going stxle
and nonchalant manner are tralts xx hlch few of us have been able
Assemblx Commlttee 4
Booster Club 4
Badmmton l 2 3
V Basketball 2 3
Larol IS not to be found lacking ln academnc prowess Part of her general lcnoxx ledge IS due to the fact that
she spends much of her lelsure tlme readxng books of all tvpes reading bemg one of her favorlte hobbles
So we see that 'led rs rndeed a glfted xoung ladx for beautx and brams are rarelx comblned m such
abundance ln one ll'1dlX1dLIHl Such attrxbutes most surelx must be slgns of a promxsmv future
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"Toil is the sire of fame."
Dancing Instructor: 4
Dance on '
more Louise ls also often found In the middle
date perform tn the llmellvht
Havmg entered Friends School way back ln the kmder
garten Louise IS one of the founders of the Class of 57 'I his
gurl can usualls be seen nn a. yellow and black Ford convertlble
elther totmg a group of klds home or making a bee lme to her
AL2dCmlCHIlS Louxse has alwaxs recened good vrades and
this year her name 1ppe1red on the Honor Roll Although she
has a great mterest nn sports her first love ls ballet She studled
In New York at the American School of Ballet for two summers
'md bl teaching here m Baltimore for some time Louise has
gamed valuable experience m the field 'I his tear she had the
prmlege of teachmf, ballet as an afternoon actnm here at
school uhlth was qulte an lccompllshment
Host of Loulses txme ms spent at rehearsals and conse
quentls her homework ns usuallx done back stage This past
sear she danted ulth the Llvlc Opera Lompam here nn Balt:
of a ballroom floor surrounded bx classmates Whllf she and her
Louxse ls bound to athlete future fame xn thus wen lrtlstlc held W hen she ls opening on Broadu ax we
the Llass of 57 will all be there to urge her on
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Henry Mann Lasky
"What fools these mortals be!"
International Relations Club: 4
J. V. Football Rlanagerz 2
' K Varsity Football hlanager: 3, 4
V Basketball I 2
J rlenms l 2
Bazaar Soft Drinks
The gleam of gold
If there I9 one personalltx ln thus xear Senior Class who
xxrll be forgotten bx none of hrs classmates rt IS Hank Laskx
Has remarks have changed the atmosphere of manx a class and
rf the e have not alxxaxs met with the approval of the teacher
thex have serxed as a constant dellght to hrs friends
VVh'1t rs the square of 793 7 asks lllr Denk and lmmedl
atelx a not xerx small xorce ansxxers 628 849 It must be
rather aggrax atmg, to haxe to teach a student who has Hanks
aptitude for arithmetic for he can spot a mistake almost before
rt rs on the blackboard
lhl flare for hfures rs xxell adapted to hrs Interest nn
baseball xx hrch borders on mama lf xou xx ant to know who
xx on anx Llexeland lndxan game ln the last three xears and bx
xx hat score Hank can tell xou wlthout looking, rt up and can
problhlx throxx ln sex eral batting, averages to boot
As one could cuess xxlth his llmost phenomenal mcmorx
and mentll speed Hank s grades come close to the requlsltes of the Honor Roll and on occasion he has been
lcnoxxn to make the same He rs nobodx fool H1 a discussion No matter xx hat xour oprnlon max be he can
take the opposite stand and make 1 good case of rt and xxlth such xocabularx l Because he prlcles hlmself as a
free thinker his rdeas are not alxx axs popular but there ls usuallx some reason hehlnd vxhat he has to sax lVhen
taken xxlth A crun of salt he 1 certunlx most stlmulatmx
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Filbert LeRoy Moore, Jr.
"No legacy is so rich as honesty."
AHil1at1on Committee 3 4
Nlvced Chorus 3 4
Varsxty Basketball 3 4
Bazaar Roller Coaster
short years that Bert has reallx
Phe big sport ln hrs mmd
practice rn the gvm
XVnth hrs Great enthusiasm
of endeavor he chooses and we
been at Friends
The big man ln the lrttle car, thats Bert Moore He re
us rn the Nlurserv School When he returned he brought with
h1m a bundle of tales covermg his mam adventures while ln
the Rx uksu Islands
On the more serrous slde of life, Bert can usually be
found with the 'Vllxed Chorus practlcmg for a speclal assembly
When he ns not wrth thls group he probably rs to be found
studung or havmff an mformatlve dlscusslon with a teacher ln
Ur Bucks room 'Wanv of those dlscussrons cover naval
battles but not all Because of the lme number of books he
has read warung ln subject matter from the navres of different
countrres to dlarres of submarme captams Bert alone can be
called the class naval hrstorran A great asset to any history class,
Bert 'rlu axs kept the rest of the students and the teacher on
thelr toes with his deep knowledge of the subject ln the two
he has contributed to the class by his acrnmes and bs hrs class
IS basketball and ln the late fall one can hear him getting ln a lnttle pre season
for all projects undertaken we know that Bert will be successful ln u hater er lme
send with hlm our best wishes
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Louise Levering Ness
"Betwixt that smile we would aspire to."
Dance Committee 2
Snack Bar 4
Dramatlcs Club 4
Glee Club 2
Quzl 3 4
Bazaar Whlte Elephants
Tall faxr and natural blonde halr Louise Ness of course'
Loulse came to Friends School ln the tenth grade from Bryn
'Uavxr School and has smce gained the frlendshxp and good
fellow ship of all of her classmates Famous for her wmnmv
smxle and her trxps to Lehigh Unxversltv lt took Louise but a
short tlme to establish herself as a mamstav 1n the Class of 57
Bazaar Das found Loulse workmg dlllgently at the whlte
elephant table Ever pat1ent and good humored she proved
a valuable cog ln the Baraar Das machine T'
Interested ln a secretarlal career Louise took full advant ff
'nge of the xocatlonal courses offered the female segment of the
thl'lVlflV populatxon of Friends School She studxed not only
tspmg uhlch she hopes vull augment her opportunities of
becoming, a secretary but was also a member of the chlld care
'md home economics classes
Irldax afternoons found Loulse maklng a bee lme for the railroad statlon wxth a tlcket to Bethlehem
Pennsslx ama xn hand For the benefit of the few of xou who do not alreads know Bethlehem IS the location
of the renova ned Lehlgh Umversml There must have been somethlng or someone prettx speclal up therell
And Loulse wlll be the Hrst to attest to that
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Nancy Roberta Noble
"I'll tickle your catastrophe."
Service Committee: 3, 4
Social Committee: 3, 4
Religious Life Committee: 4
lune lVeek Lommittee 4 A."
Class Vice President and
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Bfwaar Lhristm ls labl
Are xou going down to the Academx this weekend?
I here Is no doubt as to w ho said that I here was many a week
end when Nancx took one of her famous jaunts to a certain
nu 'il chool on the bank of the Severn Rner
But do not get am wrong ideas' 'l his darkhalred young
ladi seemed to find plentx of time for book learmnv she was
one of 1 small minoritx able to salvage '1 B from the senior
hlstors course and English historx as well
'Nanci also took part in mam school functions as she served
mm of the Social Lommittee 'Nlancw could alwais be relied upon to
" help serxe at the IA'l L 'afternoon teas that follow the girls
Respected bi 1ll of her classmates Nancw has held mam
class offices ln her senior wear she was elected Vice President
becremrx of the Llass of 57 and also voted a member of the
'all important une W eelc Lommxttee XX henexer there w 'is 1 dance in the ofling 'Nanci could usuallx be found
on 1 committee planning, the refreshments or some other import mt phase of the program
Outside of the classroom 'N incx w 1s on the iarsitv swimming, team for four tears 1nd was elected captain
of the 56 57 term
Nanci contributed more th1n hcr share to even phase of school life and when she was not absorbed in a bridge
Lame or some other equallx rew ardmv intellectuil pursuit she was to be found helping someone else rl he Class
of 57 bids a reluctant farewell to N1ncx 'Noble 1 cal of mans moods but alwaxs a heart of gold
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Ambztzon hath no rzsk
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Bill rs one of the newer members of the Llass of 57 having
joined lt Ill the mlddle of hrs Junior year In the one and one
half vears th II he h'1s attended Frlends he displayed hrs wlnnmg
personalltx xn becomrng well cccquamted wfrth so many of hrs
fellow students Durmg hrs short time here wrth us he has
demonstrated to all a warm and frrendly manner
Almost as soon as he w as enrolled rn the school, Bull be
came '1 member of the linked Lhorus He contrnued thrs 'rc
tlVltX through hrs semor year Al o during hrs Hnal xe'1r he
turned rn 1 creditable job 1 the 154 lb wrestler for the
Friends School team An aggressne wrestler Brll has aided
the Frrends grapplers a good de'1l At this year s Bavaar he drd
a flne rob 'rctrng 'xs the man m charge of the movies
Off the mats Brll s f0I'Il1ld'llTlC 'lttltude qurcklx changes to
'ln elsx going one Alw us 'lt else with other people he h'ls
becomc w ell known for his keen sense of humor Outside of
Hired Lhorus 3 4
'Fi' Need We say more?
school Brll rs an and lce skater Over the decade that he h1s hecn skitlng Bull his hccome quite in ercpcrt
ln the future Blll looks forw1rd to a c rreer as 1 drplomqt In order to prepqre for thrs he feels 1 college
educatron IS essentml, so nevt xeir Brll wrll he found on some college campus
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James Henry Riefle, III
"I will maintain it before the whole world "
Relrgrous Lrfe Qommrttee 4
bervrce Lommrttee 4
June WVeek Qommrttee 4
11111 3 4
Co Edrtor 4
J V Football 3
Yarsrtv Football 4
J V Lacrosse 3 4
Bazaar Roller Coaster
Sleeps by day
of the latest 'rddrtrons to the Class of S7 he drd not enter
fx Prrends untrl hrs Jumor rear but drd attend Nursery School
'rt l' S w ar back when ln the short trme Hank has been here
he has become a vrtal cog rn the actrvrtres around the FS
campus One of the most rmportant and trme demandrng jobs
Q0 Fdrtor of The Uunker uzll was held qurte capably by
Hank Verr few people are aware of the amount of trme and
effort that he has put rnto our school newspaper to make rt a
Asrde from hrs farthful work on The Uuzll Hank has done
hrs share both on the Relrgrous Lrfe Qommrttee and on the
Qerrrce Lommrttee ln sprte of hrs srze Hank has partrcrpated
rn the varsrtr sports of football 'rnd lacrosse where hrs dogged
determrnatron and hrs abrlrtx to learn hare put hrm on a par
ruth 'rm bor of 'rm srze Althouvh he rs very seldom rn the
sport lrvht or headlrnes hrs steadr plar makes hrm a valuable asset to am team Hrs flghtrng., sprrrt rs felt by
coaches and teammates alrke
Desprte all hrs actrrrtres Hank rs a top notch student Prequentlr hrs name ha been on the Honor Roll
Hrs mam abrlrtres tovether urth 'r lrrelr personalrtx and wrttx sense of humor assure Hank of success rn the
rears to come from college to busrness
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"Sunshine and rain at once, her smiles and tears."
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blue ex es who trles to achleve the poxse of sophlstlcatlon but can
never reslst 1 good joke? She could usuallx be found domg one
of three thmgs combing her golden locks doing 1 solo contert
or cavortlnr about xxlth basketball III hand
Ihe latter was her favorlte and she xx as the onlx member of
the Class of 57 to xxm a place on the xarsltx basketball team
to her athletlc record as she wus chosen rlght xxmg., on the All
Nlarxland hockex team a hlghlx coxeted honor
Aboundlng ln school spmt she had her finger ln almost
exerx ple bhe xx as '1 cheerleader for three xears and 1n her
senlor xear xx'1s co Captain of the squad She also lent her
talent to The Uurzkm servmg, as Girls bports Editor of the
Her chlef ambition and lt IS a ch'1lleng,1ng, one 1s to studx
Affiliation Committee: 4
Dramatics Club: 1
Glee Club: 2, 4
Nlvced Chorus 3,4
V Cheerleadlng 1
X arsltx Lheerleadmg 2 3
Q0 Captam 4
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Yarsxtx Hockex 2
Vfmrsltx Basketball l 2 3 -l
VTTNITX lenms 3 4
lifwaar Roller Loaster
muslc at the Peabodx Lonserx 'ltorx of Nluslt xxlth hopes of an ultlmate career as 1 popular smger flnx xx ho
have heard her perform xxxll testlfx to the fret that he xxlll be more than able to meet thus challenge
Hx now xou must haxe guessed xx ho flllN 1 but just to be sure lt 111 'ldds up to the one and onlx Cthank
goodness l L1Verne bchorreclc
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Marcia Saxton Smlth
Laughter for a month, and good Jest forever
Dance Commlttee 3
Quaker Co Editor 4
J V Hockey 2
Varslty Hockey 3 4 'M My
J V Basketball 2 3
Varsity Basketball 4
Bazaar Alrplane Rides
Dont you want to rude on the a1rplane7 Patience
dwmdlmv teeth chatterlng and toes frozen Marcia spent
Bazaar Day coaxmg little children mto the toy airplanes and
tryxng to keep the big children out of them Qulte a Job
but Marcia proved more than equal to the task just as she has
to all her undertaklngs throughout the years she has been at
The 1957 Quaker testifies to her ability m both Journal
:sm and orgamzatxon As Co Editor both talent and lndustry
were required of her She hopes that the experience she gained
working on The uaker will prove valuable to her ln the l1ne
of work which she intends to pursue that being the editorshlp
of a fashion magazine
A major phase of Marc1as extracurnculur actxvltles was
her actlve mterest ln sports Although she was co captam of the
hockey team basketball was her first love She plaved at a
guard posltlon for one year on the varsltv basketball team and for tyyo years on the junior varsity squad She
has also played both tenms and lacrosse
ln the academic field 'Nlarcla studied three languages French Spamsh and Latln but her interests u ere
directed primarily toward Envllsh more specifically the journalistic vein But regardless of the course Nlarcla
managed to gain grades whlch often put her on Honor Roll
Farewell to the future editor of Vogue
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Sydney Tucker Taylor
Wzth my smzle I wzll bewztch thee
Whenever anyone wants someone to try to cheer hxm up
Tucker rs the person to call on Throughout h1s mne years at
Frxends he has shown his profuse abxlzty for wrt
In 1946 Tucker entered the third grade here havmg
moved south from Albany New York He brought w1th hlm
an axr of frrendlmess and spxrlt whxch has made hlm a popular
figure ln the semor class He IS the class President an honor
which he has well deserved and most ably executed
Since hrs freshman year Tuck has stuck wxth the Mlxed
Chorus and has helped xn gammg for lt much of the respect It
In addxtron to his other actlvltxes Tucker m hrs senlor year
served as chalrman of the Assembly Commlttee a posxtlon of
much lmportance for If IS he who has headed the plannmg
of our Wednesday assembly programs Tucker has played J V
football for two years, varsity lacrosse for two vears, and varslty
basketball for one year
Dance Committee 2
Class President 4
June Week Committee
'VI1xed Chorus 2 3 4
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J V Football 2
V Basketball 2
Varslty Basketball 4
J V Lacrosse 2
Varsity Lacrosse 3 4
Co Captam 4
Oil to the morgue
Tuck wnll be long remembered bv all his classmates for hxs ww arm personality, hls cheerful smxle and hls deep
sense of humor These have already achleved him much, lncludlng hxs posmon rn the class ln the future Tucker
IS thmklng of mechanical engmeerlng but regardless of the path he follows, wxth his assets ue know he vull
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Dorothy Louise Terry
"A head how sober, a heart how spacious."
Mixed Chorus: l, 2, 4
Drunttics Llub l
Snack Bar 4
Our candidate for hardest worker IS Dxdl who skipped
the eleventh grade and became our classmate only thls year
She is however no stranger to the seniors, having been at
Friends sxnce kindergarten
Among her many mterests music is perhaps the most lm
portant A charter member of the Mixed Chorus, Dorothy has
willingly given of her volce and her ttme to thus group She also
studies violin and keeps a collection of recordings of all types
How to find Dorothy? just look behmd the snack bar'
Almost am afternoon she could be found selling candy bars to
the seventh grade boss xx ho would claim they are dying a pain
ful lbut noxsvl death of starvation She also lent her services
to the class at Bazaar when she worked on haberdashery
Besides bemv a COUSCICDIIOUS student as IS exempllfied by
her creditable grades she is an enthusiastic participant in class
activities Dot IS by no means an all work and no plat gal She is an authorxtv on college men especially
those from the Free State Ask anyone about her romantic interests
Dorothy has an unusual 'Ind delightful personality 1 sen humorous side 'md at the same time when
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outstanding record in college
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"Sincerity of feeling, an angel of kindness."
ls there 1 job to he done? uit aek Helen' Poseeesing the
enxmble kn uk of being omhlc to tope xxith 1nx 'md 'ill prohlemx
xxlmh fue har md '1 xxinning, person1litx Helen h1Q xxon not
onlx the friendship hut aleo the reepect of all of her flesociatex
Helen s mlents are mam She hm Strixen diligentlv to
achiexe 1 good stholastic fixerige and in her Qenior xear was
rexx xrded hx pruning a pl me on the Honor Roll But her apti
tudes lre not limited to the Llvsroom
I or txxo xe trs Helen pl1xed on the x wmtx lmdminton team
ind In her junior xear Qhe dex oted a major portion of her spare
time to serxe is Lh urm'1n of the Social Committee lhe litter
IQ lust one of mfmx evlmplex of her xx illmgness to xx orlc behind
the suites xx ithout retelxmg mx txnggihle rcwxrd for htr efforte
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l' lettlon to the Senite mtmherslnp in the IIIUNIL Lluhx 'md
1 position on I he 111111 Qt'1fi tell onlx 1 p1rt of the Qtorx Unlx
Service Committee: 3, 4
Social Committee: 3
Uvced Lhorub I 2 3 4
Glee Club 4
Internatioml Relations Llub
Qu! 2 3 4
Xamtx Budmmton 3 -l
Bfimar Upper School Dinner
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tho e xx ho h ue lwmmtetl direttlx xx ith Helen Um
fullx 'lppretmte the x 'tlue of her tontrihutionx to her tl iss 1nd xthool
ff 'inte If c en x utlxitit outmlt of her sthool life hoxx that xhe hm tilcen pfirt in minx LOIl11TlLlHlU
proiuts 'md in out crxlte lllklllfllllj, that of luring 1 Sundix Sthool instruttor md 'in utixe memhtr of er
L in the futurt hold mx thing other thin Quuexs
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"A mind not to be changed by place or time."
Dm llmz ltics Club: 3. 4
Glee Club: 1,2
Snack Bar: 4
International Relati emrm s Club: 1,2
Quill, Associate Editor: 4
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H1rr1et YVaQQerman is the Friends School answer to the
theater Long 1 member of the Dramatics Llub Harrlet ex
hihited not onli Qkill but alxo grerit wersatilitx She proved
herself mpqble of tickling exerx facet of theatrical production
r1ng,1ng,, from the 'actual portr'n ll of rolee to direction In her
senior xeur she vm is lssistant director of the B'1L1ar production
ind did 1 more thm creditrihle job in one of the supporting
roles In the spring, presentation
Ihroughout her last xeir of school Harriet vms one of the
four Qemors ww ho worked No mdustriousls on The Ounker Ouill
X journul of consietentls high qufalitx vm: the fiml product of
Harriet distinguished herself hx being the onlw Fr1end5
School Ntudent to qu1l1fx in the llerit Scholarship contest Her
both Lppcr ind lou er School A IIYlThCl'I1Z1IlCll wiz1rd, she
tlc cd nc irlx uerx math ind science tourxe offere
Aftcr tht 7 30 hell c uh d ll H lrritt joint tl the troop ot four aouriheous curls u ho mqnned the 5n'1Ck Bar
IIN ultlxtood the ru tlt tlrxlng, ucntl lllt elg t ,Jutrs Hlrrlet cert ill1lS dewcrxe- lsllxer Stlr 'md
per lDNllfI1 1 purple ht irr for her hrncrx ln the heat of hitt 1
Lool x L cucumhcr hut utr reldx to help 1 LJI1fU ed clx Nrn ite with 1 math problem Harriet undoubtedlx
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William Burnham Whitelord
V "None but himself can be hzs parallel "
At the tlme when the Class of 57 wus first becommv
acquainted vxlth the Upper Qchool Blll YVhlteford started to
show the powers of leadershnp that have, through the years, made
hum respected hx hrs Classmates XVl'Ill'CX h'1s given generouslx
of has tlme to the manx ofhces to xxhlch the cl'1ss has elected hum
ln hrs last three xears he has been on the Senate 'md this vear
has served eapablx as the Senate President Bemg qulte adept
at seemg th'1t things are aeeompllshed as one of Bull s assets that
has been quite useful to the Senate
During, hrs hugh school nreer he has 'also heen attlxe m
xx rltmg, Important artlcles for I he 011111 'md for the past tvxo
hls aetlvltles has heen the Rfllgllllls Llfe Lommlttee on which he
has serx ed tompetentlx smte the tenth ,v1r'1de
Bull h as p lrtlupated III footh1ll h'1sketh all 'md lu rosse
for the pqst sux xewrs He ht cxtelled Ill 'tll three 'md thu fwll
he reeelved the hlghest honor H1 seeondarx sthool football the xILL,0fll1lCli Unsung Hero Axx ard
ln hrs studies he h'1s not heen 1 lla hx student hut alwlxs '1 hlrd steadx w0rlCer and he was rfxx 'lrded fOr
hrs persexermte hx making, the Honor Roll thus xe1r
As ont t lI'l see VVh1tex h IN nnnx Interests and talents th If he hrs explored xfxhlle 'tt Friends md he xxlll
urelx he 1 uttess III xx h xtex er held he thoosts
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"A soft, meek, patient, generous, tranquil spirit."
Social C cmirixii ittee: 3
Affiliation Committee: 3, -l
Secretary of G. A. A.: 4
Badminton: 3, -l-
Babs is the Llass of 575 candidate for Goodwill Ambas
s zdor to hurope bhe was among, the first in her class to develop
an interest in world travel especiallx ln the European area
During, the summer of 1955 Babs realized her dreams for the
hrst and she hopes not the last time as she toured Europe and
hm land with a ,group of ambitious Girl Scouts Babs enlarged
upon her mterests bs becoming a member of the Afhlratlon
Lommittee and this summer hopes to visit our 'nflillated school
ln the held of sports Babs has two favorites badminton
and horseback riding, ln the former she played for two vears
on the Friends varsitx team A behind the scenes worker
Babs devoted mam an afternoon to preparing and serving after
Lame teas with her fellow members of the Social Committee
she was elected Secretarx of the G A A in her senior year
But alw us xx hen speaking, of Barbara one returns to her interest in the world 'md rn other people Kindness
and 1 spirit of generositx are sk nom mous with Bibs XVh1fCYCf college she ma! choose to Hlfefld and Wh'lfCWCf
clrter she decides to pursue her tllssmates knou that her work viill embodx all of the outstanding, qualities
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Barbara Anne Witt
"As full of spirit as the month of May."
homing from Crreenn ich High behool in Lonnectieut Barb
joined the Llass of 57 1s '1 junior Althouvh she xx as with us
onls tvio sears she immediatels made mam friends and has
shovi n her s irious 'abilities in numerous w ass
Barb s 'll7UIld'lIlLC of pep 'md enthusiasm made her 1 n'1t
uril eindidate for the eheerleading squad, and it was not sur
prising that she vms chosen to be 1 member of this group Along
with this aetivitx Barbara ha been '1 faithful member of the
Booster Llub regularls rnfiking posters urging people to support
the Ir S teims
friends Ind has eerteunlx been NOLl'lllX popular during her two
XCITS here it l riends Barb sou xe just got to make up tour
spite ur in IIN it miiti B nb s prim its loxe outsic e o
L tool is horstbatlt riding ind she spends most of her leisure
time in the si dle
Booster Club: 4
Varsity Cheerleading: 4
Dance Committee: 3, 4
VWTSIIS Basketball Nlanager 4
B azaa r Cake and Candy
A future Rodln
A in in iger of the virls basketball team this xeir lhrb has shoun her interest in sports her willingness
vsollt hard ind her eonsistent pfirtieipation in sehool 'letiwities
B nb ue ui h sou tould haw been with us longer
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"None so fair as the flower ofthe South."
Service Committee: 4 4
Class Treasurer: 3
Dance Lommxttee 2 3
Dramatlcs 2 3 4 ,Q
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HX personable gal ulth sparkltng blue ex es and a southern
t accent has been ln the Class of 57 since the nlnth grade hlartha
IS one southern belle that supports the argument that the South
,s ulll rlse agarn and she IS reads to arvue the pomt or for that
" matter rehght the Lntl WVar ruth am hapless Yankee that
crosses her path
Although Xlartha ns rather quxet one IS certam to hear the
screams and squeals as she tells about her fabulous weekends
She xs reallx one Ulrl who xull nexer find lrfe lackmg., ln adxen
Smce llartha entered Friends School, she has been a
steadx and competent worker-exen though she lS alwaxs sure
that she falled a certain test And xx htle she never plated on a
xarsm team she has more than abls managed the badmmton
team for the past two tears
Xlartha has also served her class ln mam capacntles For
two tears she was Qhatrman of the I'ood LOUIIIIIHCC for the class dances md all her classmates can attest to
Nlarthas competence ln addltlon she was ttrelesslx trackxng., down the members of the class delmquent tn
paung, their dues She has also been actne IH the Dramatlts Llub haunt., plated .1 lexdlng, part ln the 1956
Bazaar productton and once again ln the sprung., presentatlon
Wherever Nlartha s future may be Yankees ben are'
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New F S Students Welcomed by Underclassmen
Hard Work Places Many on Honor Roll
Classes Well Represented on School Teams
The .lunzors Present Blue Moon ln the Gym
Frosh Sophs Make Evening Ln Pans Big Htt
Seventh and Erghth Grades Gzve Anme Laurze
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Ftrs! row C Motz N Aufhammer S Shrnnrck B Drckmson B Long N Born K Foell J Snyder S Stott P Pike B
Mullxkm M Bald B Goldberg S Rugemer Second ro-u B Trerney R Renolf B Banghart G Welch D Kann J Geyer
J Morrrll C de Shrelds M C Hearn S Johnson C Horn M Norrrs S Prrce F Badertscher F Stalfort Thzrd rofu
B Schaffer P Sutley F Vlmdsor M Price B Brooks B Jarrell G Conley B Sherman W Grant H Mortlmer
R Jeanneret B Horney S Conway E Rudolph J Langeluttrg NotPre5mt S Hooper C Isennock
Three new members Jomed the Class of 58 for the 1956 57 campalgn Greg Conley came to the
Quaker campus from Lovola Hlgh whxle Clrff Isennock entered from St ames Nlac Prlce, no stranger
to Frlends Jorned us from Eplscopal Hlgh School rn Vlrgxma
Fav Badertscher On the Senate were Steve Lonyy ay Jean 'llorrnll QSecretary of the Senatej Susan
Stott and Phil Sutley
A sports mmded class the Junlors were yy ell represented on all varslty teams lhelr representatlve
to the G A A was lllartha Bald whale they yy ere represented ln the B A A by 'Uac Prlce
Various lndlvlduals rn the Clas of 58 dlstlngulshed themselves bv valnmg school ofhces Slgrxd
ohnson was elected Presldent of the International Relatlons Club while Betsy Banffhart served as
Lhaxrman of the Aflilratlon Lommrttee ln the theatrleal yyorld Bxll Ilerney played the leadmg role
rn the 1956 Bazaar product1on
An equally successful senxor year ls antlupated by the Llass of 58
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A Hoke R Rudolph T WClSbCfgCf, A Servold Second rofw A Green Q Sutherland R Ferld H Hammond F Bernstein
J Wharton T Rosenberg B Patterson J Cleaveland B Lucas J Stott M Downing F Grant F Karfgin Third row
J Bird D Reed C Bupp A McVoy,j Pollard M Price T Martin J Sessums N Stoer S McVoy No1Presenl
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Ihe Class of 59 gained only one member in September when it began its sophomore year The
new addition nas Nick Stoer
Qlass elections were held earlx ln the rear and when the ballots had been tabulated Nleredith
Felter emerged as president, Eugene Hubbard as vice president, and Gerrv Sutherland and Terrv Martin
as secretarv and treasurer respectivelx
Ihe BAA and GAA posts were held bs Ben Lucas and Iheresa VVelsberger The Senate
members were Dan Reed and Wlartha Kegan Sophomore Chairmen of the annual Freshman
Sophomore dance committee u ere Jim Bird and Fax Karfgin Due largely to their original ideas and
eflicient organization, the affair u as quite successful
Once again this year the boys predominated in the representation of the Class of 59 on the Honor
The class athletic honors were held by Xlarcy Price and Eugene Hubbard, who completed their
second year as varsity three-letter men. The girls were well represented in the 'lthletic ranks, participating
eagerly during all three seasons.
With these fine records the Class of 59 is bound to have an outstanding junior year.
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First rou S Mears S DeHoff S Sutlev B Beatty M McElroy S Crowley S Levmson M Herrxott A McAllister
C Smnth B Lmdeman C Suhr D Howell L Farley Sfrond rom H jones R Murray B Harrington R Hampshire
C Rrdgely F Ross C Ham N Heath L Buchner C Hxsle C Felter D Long M Jackley F Terry Third rofu
Harlan V Purvrs Ramage C Ewald B ones C VValker E Renn T Baker F Motz C Cowles B Meyer
R Boucher J Novogrod S Cochran
'I he Class of 1960 returned very enthuslastle about thelr new role as freshmen 'T hex were happk
to w eleome sex en new members Richard Boueher Susan De Hoff Gordon Ew ald LOUISE Farley Dlane
Howell, Barbara Lmdeman, and Susan llears
The class elected Steve Leunson as pres1dent Betsy Beatts as secretarw and Bllke Herrlott as
treasurer Thea were represented on the Senate bs Lathle Felter and Howard Jones Ann lTcAll1ster
and Bob Harrlngton were ehosen for C AA and B A A representatxves respettwels
Among the extra eurrlcular aetlxltxes were two held trlps one to the VValter s Art Gallert and
the other to YVashmgton, D L The annual Freshman Sophomore dame held ln the sprmg was a very
dehghtful affalr well attended and thoroughly enjoy ed bs all Larol Smlth and ohn Nlovogrod were
ehosen bs the class to help plan the dance
The elass had an outstanding, tear Ill the held of sports Nlam of the boss made V teams ln
football basketball and laerosse lhe vlrls were well represented on sexeral teams Y hoekes and
basketball and xarsltx badmmton and SWIIHIUIIHQI
All ID all the year was a happy and suetessful one
The Elghth Graders
First rofu 1 Haas L Dresser 5 Banghart Eves M E Prlce C Watt I- Small H Dalsemer j Horner N Alexander
S btafford A Wasserman S Arenz B lNoell P Vleed Strand mu B janney B Wright L Brccht A 'Robinson
M F Woodman C C relf M Davrdson j Vlrnght Nl Q aebler S Pumper P lN0ble M H Sands M Welch, C Neumann
Dashnells b Seldenman Hudson Thzrd rmu B Wharton I1 Hubbard C Lohrfinck N bmlth D Buckler
I Splcknall M Worthnngton C Lord Blll Seahold Bob Seabold L jackson B Stelnwald B Tavlor L Hanley
B Hxrshauer C Manmng C Bevhan M Rautch
Htg thmgs are expected of a bug class the Cl1ss of 61 Among lts Ftftx members exght were
newcomers thls tear Llvlrged with the leaderslup of the elghth rfrade were Presldent Bob Dalsemer
Senate member John D'1sluells 'md e1n VVrlgl1t President of the umor Louncll Uther members of
the lunlor Lounul lnelutled 'Wann Gaebler Larol hvltt Bull beibold 'md Nathan Smith
boeml undertikmgs meluded 1 squ1re d mee m the f'1ll 'md 'ln mfornnl dmce m the sprung both of
vxhneh were held jomtlx ulth the sexenth grfade Also Johns Hopkins Husptral u 1s uslted bs I few
members of the class xx ho s'1ng Qhrlsttrvls Carols for the patients
A el1ss of outnttndmg athletes the bots plated football btsketbill and latrosse while the fflr s
partxumted ln the hoekex basketbwll and tenms proemms
Under the direction of Nllss lhrtlex the eighth gzmtle ehorus pfirtlupated ln the Qhrlstnns 'lssemblx
md ln the sprtng, gwe 'tn operett'1 Anme I 'lurle
lt '1ppe'1rs th'1t the Lltss of Ol 1 ld '1 l'usx xelr ind If mtlupates 1 NlITllllfll suuessful one
The Seventh Graders
First rofu. J Bernstein I: Holman C bherman L Wllkmson L Blake 5 Seller D Fletscher C Davidson M Flook
L Wxllramson M E Wolfe L Lowe B Bunnecke B Ensor P Murphy .Srrond rofw C1 jones b Yardley S Waters
P Stewart NT Hendler T Walker 'NI Nlcolls j Beckley R Freeman R Passmore X Mnchel VS Decker E Exans
C Geyer M E Flscher K Lamborn Thzrd rou J Tyson M bmxth E Stoer j VVathen R Pavhs W Sutherland
S Buck,J Mordecai C Galloway D Foutz V Rosenberg J Wlllls j Harlan Not Prfrvnt 'I Kees C Pottberg
W1th much anttclpatlon and some fear and tremblmg the Class of 62 approuhed the hallowed
halls of the Upper School Because the sewenth grade meets each mornmg ln the audxtorlum with all
the other classes wlthln a short tlme lt felt rtself a part of Lpper bchool
seventh grade under the dtrectlon of Mlss Frances Bartley, prepared 1 muslcftl proprun for the B111 tr
rlhe class representatlves to the GA A and BAA are Beremce Bunneeke md lerrx lV1lker
respectwelx Durtng the fall the mtdget football team plat ed one game and won rl he Ltrls hotkex
team broke even hs umnml two games and losmg tuo
On the Senate the cl tss ls represented hx 'lck XV1lh?Il unlor Lounul represtnmtlus lre l llllll
Holman Nlonte Nlordee u uk XV1then md Nlirx Lllen VVolfe
Each boy 'Ind fllfl of 67 hopes th it tn the setrs to tome thls class null ltxe up to exert xdetl 1nd
tradttlon whlch ls p1rt of Prlends behool
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Flrsf 81 Second
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Senate Tries to Formulate an Honor System
QUILL Reports School News with Accuracy
lhe Annual Holly Ball Given by Senior Class
The Roaring Twenties Extremely Success ul
Music Groups Present Wonderful Programs
Thesbians Give B ing Productions
Booster Club Wor ove School Spirit
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Fzrst rum, D Felter C Brlddell B Hammond L Hanauer P Kelm M Gordon Snoml rofu
L Qchorreck M Smrth N1 Buchner J Freeman
ek our llxt daxs is seniors driw to 1 dose xxe the editors of the l957 Quaker would
1 e to exprew our wlmerext gr ltltude to all those xx ho h1xe helped to mike our xe1rhook poeslhle
Our thlnkx go out hrxt to our hne smhc xx hose Cllllgfflt effortx h1xe been mx 1lu'1hle Our
lUllSlIlCQN nun lgerx Pit kexm ind Lhuek Brlddell edltorlal edltors Gretel Hftniuer 'md Bull
Hfmmmond Qports edltors I 1Verne behorreek 'md lon1th1n Freeman, and our photographle
edltors Nhrx Gordon lnd Dwlvld Ielter all gylxe freelx of thelr spare tlme 1nd Lreatlve
lhxlltle III order to ITlllxi' thx Annual powlhle lhe Semor Llaxx deeerxes 1 pat on the buk
or Y1I'Oll'l1 tue efforts of the Lllx of 57 xufhuent
ldxertlxements xx ere obtuned to eoxer the bllllx of the
eoxt of puhlle mon
W henex er problems 1roxe eoneernlng, eorreet sen
renee strutture Ur S lxers xx 15 eonxulte or
pro :mx of ugh hnlme xxx lxx IX ran to Ur qw
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e hope th lf next xc lf N cdltorx xxlll reeelxe tae
N une eo opermon from their Nt lff elwsx ind sehool that
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T Taylor, C Chrlstopher Verond Ron., H Mortlmer B VVltt C Harrmgton, NI Noble
INT Buchner, C Hanauer, P Kelm, L bchorreck Aol Pf?JFHf C Kxng
ICNtll'l9' thelr skrll '19-jUUTD'lllSfN for the hrxt tnne ln une 56 the ILd1tors Nhrx Gordon
1nd H1nk R16-He 'md the Avotmte Fdlrors Hirrlet XY linerrrmn md Dlud Pclter found the
tfzsk not e N In the xuttcedxng, INNUCQ thnx gfuned more Lnoulcdg,e 1 to hon to mlkf' the p iper
1 etter on? but 1s thu ull! tell sou e uh: uv Tfflllhlf H4 ,ter pro :mx In xpm of the uct x
Lrlses the plpcr hu in Us tome out on tnnc ulth IUIHX lnterutlngg texturcs ind lI'Flk1tN
Ihe rninx unable u rrter for llzf 011111 though tending tow 1rd protrx tllllIlUI1 hue
rnfzde our p lper thu wir one of the bot He-wlde the uumpetcnt xportx xx rltmgf there hue ll J
:een lnformitne mrtltles rn Lollegex 1nd pollx
Ntudent oprmon from time to tune Of spend ment 1
hue been the cdrtorllls on the Lurrent problexnx and
topus of sthool d1NLUNNl0f1x "'
Pxen uxth Ilte hourx ind numerous dlHiLU tlc-N
I lm 011111 Nmft h xx min lgged to turn out 1 umx tcntlx
,Aooc piper on,.Irltl11t1onN ro to tw Idlto s 1
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Seated J Wathen J Dashlells P Sutley S Stott B Hammond B Whlteford C, Hanauer H Thomas C Kmg
M Kegan, C Felter, H jones Standing Mr Denk Miss Beacham H Rlefle M Cordon S Conway D Reed
M Buchner C Chrlstopher C Brxddell Mr Shlvers Mr Rlchardson Not Present J Morrnll
ln lVIas, 1956 Bill YVh1teford took office as President of the Frxends School Senate for
1956 1957 wxth Gretel Hanauer ean Nlorrxll, and B111 Hammond servmg as V1ce Presldent
Secretars and rlreasurer respecnvels Lompletmg the membershlp hst were three other
semors, three Jumors, two sophomores, two freshmen, and one representatwe each from the
seventh and eighth grades
In 1ts twelfth year of existence, the Senate attempted to formulate an honor sX stem to ht
the needs of the student hodx, whxch w as reluctant to assume the full responslbllltles w hlch are
prime requlsltes of such 1 system ln an open Senate meetlnv the 1de'1 of slgnlng 1 pledge at the
end of everx test was presented to the students The pledge would state l have neuther glven
nor recexved ard durmg thxs test The Senate was unable to get the two thlrds majorm
needed to pass this motlon
Ihe proflts from this sears Bazaar were turned oxer to the Senate lIl anulrx he
student goxernment nn turn used them to further the Prlends School welfare program and to
bus the necessarv items for general school xmprox ement
As ln sears PFCNIOUS the Senate contmued to sponsor XIOHIQUC VVoreth, the School s adopted
French chlld A large sum of mones vs is set asnde at the request of the Affilxatlon Lommlttee to
be used for the purpose of evchanvlng 1 Frlends School student and an Lnghsh teen ager from
rl he e are hut 1 few of the mam w ns the Senate everused nts power and increased nts
prestige among the student hodx
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e m on e H1uf.,11r Slnndimf r Ihlllll' N Rue Ham zng but ex S on
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N er I cl I' I Riefle An! Pnsfn Qnxt er
L Motz L Cochran
At I7r1endN Sthool there xre Inur tommittee ot the Sc-nite mth ot xx hith ix wncerned xxlth 1 pirticu ir arex
of Ntudent tttixltx Ihcx ue tht RCIIQLIKPIIS Iitf- Committee the Serxite Committee, the Awemhlx Committee
ind the Booster L Iuh
The purpouc of the RCIILIIJU5 I lfe Committee iN to promote TCIIQIOUN thought fIlI'Olli'I'IUL1I the Ntudent bodx bx
1nN on ltcrnitinp, urNt lxN tu Ntxenth eighth md ninth g1r1tI6N mteting on
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porttnt thin 1Nt x Lndcr the dircttifm It the LI1 urmin I utker I1xIor thi group vxhigh xx QQ Lompose
ot tudentN md rcpruentitixc-N of the fttultx plmned tht xerx Ima iwemhlx progr1mN preiented on IN ednesdax
mornmgg through the xt ir
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N N ut tttritrixc poNtcrN tnnuumt' tu 1 lmf-N nd xx6rCmr1N
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Booster Club Assembl Committee
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N Hearn F Karfgin, NI Bald B Long Ao! Present 69 'PVVII If lhaf 'I' x Pr IU! ,UWM F Ma on
C Xdams L Cochran
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2 I"fn . U21 'id Ifvltc-t' xx:1N the chziirmzln appoint:-II hx tht- Sc'n21t' :intl Nllllff IIt':1rn the prc"icIc'nt 4-Iectt-tt hx' thc'
'Iiht' Scrvict' Ctunrnittvc' is cotnpust-tl of EI gg mug I N I' f ' ' 'I Y I 'I ' th ' I-55 1 han
lhc'mNcIx'0N. Grrtvl II21n2turr sc'rx'c'tI xvrx t'2lp21hIx :ix tht- CIIZIITINZIII with Mrs. AIZICG, thc- I21cuItx' 2uIx'isor, giving.:
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Ilarringl n, Ii. ii :I It Arg: Sta ,ti -lf Shinnick, '. Pike.. .Ilx SI V RV51 fin 1. ace.. 1' , 2 . I V J If
F1r.rtRofu Mrs Hanauer P Pike G Hanauer H Wasserman L Ness
M Gordon C Bupp C Suhr D Howell N Heath M Hughes M Wood
ward F Ross Mr Nrcolls Second Rau. H Hammond S Cochran E Renn
B Schaffer 1 Bird B Meyer F Motz F Grant G Sutherland E Rudolph
R Renolf, C Isennock Not Present I Harlan S Levinson N Stoer
B Tierney T Wersberger
A zlzatlon C ommzttee
Vrated K Hupfeldt N Born S Shrnnrck C Adams B Banghart M Gor
don I Cummins H jahncke N Hearn M Kegan Standzng B Moore
F Motz C Motz B Wilkinson C de Shields I. Schorreck T VVe1sberger
A Hoke M Nlorris F Karfgrn M Buchner Mr Shrvers
The new Auditorium sparked interest in
dramatics this year. Every student of dra-
matics is now aware of the varied talents
that are required to stage a theatrical
The one act play PERIOD HOUSE
given at Bazaar was highlv successful The
ambitious production TIME OUT FOR
GINGER, starring Mr Nicolls will re
main a standout in the memories of the
Class of 57
The financial success of the dramatics
group this year has made it possible for
Friends School to own a professionally built
stage set that students will use for years
to come And if plans for the future that
we have heard about materialize, watch
out for the talent scouts'
Although the Afhlratlon Committee is
a relatively new organization in the school,
lt has undertaken two major projects dur
mg the year under the capable leadership
of Betsy Banghart Since the over all aim
of this Uroup is to promote greater under
standing between the people of the United
States and those of Europe, and in par
ticular between the students of Friends
School and those of Godalming Grammar
School in Surrex England its major proj
ect has been planning for the exchange of
students between the two schools In order
to arouse more interest in this exchange
program the committee presented an as
sembls program to emphasize the lmpor
tance of its purposes The coming of an
ewchanve student is its highest aspiration
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lmmedlatelv deemed an mevltable hlt 'I he
Impact of the enthusiasm and spmt of our
petite conductress on the students, facultv
and parents comblned with the magmflcant
splendor of our new audxtorlum has Greatly
sparked school l1fe
The Chrrstmas Assemblv thxs year glowed
vvlth musical perfection and the genius of
lmagmatlon Flrst the Glee Club followed
bv the umor Chorus sang some of the
more famllxar carols Cllmaxmg the per
formance was the presentatron of Fred
WHf1HgS SONIG OF CHRISTMAS by
the Mixed Chorus Our appreclatlon goes
to Miss Bartlev and to 'Hrs Hurlev for
their frurtful efforts nn enahlmg us to hear
Frrends School smgmff
Although confronted bv several obstalces
the lnternatlonal Relatlons Club completed
a successful season rn thelr fourth vear of
erustence Fhls club lS composed of stu
dents from each of the four hugh school
grades who discuss current International
events and drsputes Lnder the leadershlp
of lts presldent Srgrld ohnson the club
met everv vveek
Ihe high point of the vear s events took
place on anuarv I6 vvhen the members
presented a round table dlscusslon on the
Suez crrsls before the rest of the student
bodv Thls dlscusslon culmmated ln several
evctremelv sclntrllatlng debates vvhxch were
of great Interest to the audience After
such a successful season the Internatlonal
Relations Club looks forvv ard to next vear
Seated M Norrxs S Shmmck S Johnson M jones H Thomas N Hearn
Miss Bartlev H jahncke D Kahn S Stott C Motz K Foell Second rofu.
D Terrv B Mullnkln B Long S Rugemer L Cummrns L Schorreck P
Kerm B Lnndeman R Hampshire B Beatty M Felter A Selvold C Smmk
Thzrd rou Mr bull T Baker B Rldenhour M Downmg R Brooks B
Moore j Pollard C' Brrddell B Horney I Hubbard S Conway J Snyder
International Relations Club
Center back ftlotk-uzsel H Lasky Mrs VVaIker A McVoy B Lmdeman
C, Welch B jones T Rosenberg M Downmg S Johnson N Hearn
S McVoy 'VI Hearn J Geyer
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The Roaring Twenhes used 1920 s for
Girls in tlappers, hoys in striped blazers, noise, music. and an air of festivity announced the 1956 Bazaar-THE
ROARI NG TXVENTIPIS, A tremendous success, 52.51 greater than in 1955. this year's answer to the traditional
Bazaar included such unique features as a roller coaster and airplanes for young and old alike, dolls, hooks, pepper-
ment lemons, Howers, calce 'n candy, and gifts galore, all reminiscent of the ZOE.
Beautifully decorated hy forty senior mothers, the Upper School lihrary was the scene of a lovely formal dinner
of turkey and the trimmings, served to six hundred
famished folks. lts little hrother, the Lower School T116 BHZ3.-HI' Co-Chairmen.
Supper was the haven for many a hungry 15.5. student
who managed to sneak off from his hooth for Zl lute to
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'lio culminate a wonderful day, a play, PERIOD
HOUSE was presented in the auditorium, ably directed
hy Xlrs. Hanauer.
'lihat night hundreds of tired people slept with
fund memories of a mzlrxelons llllllllll' llay. Nlziny
thanks to Co-Cliairnien Kay llupfeldt and .lon
Under the guiding, hand of Nlrs Hinxuer the Bamar plat
PFRIOD HOLSE was suctessfullx produted and as it turned
out the presentation cleared enough to cover the expense of a new
l'li Renn had the lead part in the comedx uhieh one f
the highlights of the Bazaar
Basis ol Decorations and Atmosphere
The annual turkey dinner
serxed in the Upper School
librars prowed both delicious
and extremelx well organized
I'hls was the result of the
united efforts of Helen Thomas
Daud Felrer Xliss Hood 'md
Xliss Nlithel On this occasion
all the senior mothers were
called upon to decorate the
tables and pour the coffee dur
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MUSIC BY BOB CRAIG
Formal No Corsages
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Thrs xears annual Hollx Ball ponsored hx the Class of 57
Could easxlx he termed 1 great suctess Qhosen Q0 Chairmen of the
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and to admxre the decoratxons I he gxm xx as festooned xx xth Lhrxstmasx garlands and llghted trees lxned the xx alls
exen the orchestrft xx as surrounded hx trees and a hlue backdrop ln these pleasant surroundings 'm enlox ahle tlme
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Whzte ord Receives McCormick Football Award
Christopher Heads GAA Brzddell the BAA
Girls Hockey Team Wtns 2 Loses 4 Tzes I
Badminton Squad Boasts a 5 S 2 Record
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Highlighted by monthly meetings at which all
problems concerning girls' athletics were discussed,
the G. A. A. enjoyed a most successful year in its
role as advisor for the female portion of the F. S.
In September, planned by President Carol Chris-
topher and a group of senior girls of her choice, the
Girls Athletic Association held an initiation party
for all members of the seventh grade and other
new students Cincluding three additions to the
'I he officers serving under Chris were Secretary
Barbara Wilkinson and Treasurer Taffy Adams
The class representatives were Martha Bald Terrv
Weisberger, Ann 'McAllister Sue Banghart, Linda
Brecht Bee Jones and Bernice Bunnecke
Io climax an eventful sear the annual G A A
Banquet, planned by Mrs Millard and President
Christopher, was held in the late spring This
'Vlrs lllillard and President Christopher This
dinner nas given for all girls seventh through
twelfth grades and the parents of seniors and those
receiving blazers At this time shields were also
awarded to the alreadw proud possessors of the
coveted red blazers
Because Nlr Richwagen was new to his post of
Athletic Director this scar it was important to have
a strong B A A to help him become accustomed to
Friends traditions The 19561957 BAA was
just that capably lead bs President Chuck Brid
dell and Vice President 'I om Cleaveland rl he other
representatnes elected bi their classes uere Vlac
Bob Harrington the choice of the freshmen and
Nlathan Smith and Tern VValker representing the
eighth and sex enth grades respectivelw
'Ihe bodx uas larvels legislative in nature and
ruled over the activities of the boss in the field of
sports Exers Upper School box was a member
and 'tt the end of the lacrosse and tennis seasons
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hir. Richwagen, T. Cleaveland, F. Badertscher, B. Lucas, S. Conway, R. Jeanneret, F. Stalfort, H. Mortimer, B. Sherman.
Mr. VVatts. Third rofw: S. McVoy, B. Tierney, E. Rudolph, J. Langeluttig, H. Riefle, J. Cleaveland, B. Patterson, F. VVindsor.
Not Prerenf: M. Buchner, Freeman, D. Felter. VV. Hammond, H. Lasky, J. Bird, Mr. Nicolls.
The summer vacation was rudely interrupted hy that muscle-stiffening institution known as pre-season practice,
on which occasion prospective players were greeted hy hir. Richwagen and llr. Nicolls. Hr. Richwagen was acting
in his newly acquired post as Athletic Director where he proved himself hy leading the team to a 3-3-O record in the
lnterstate Athletic Conference.
The first game on the rugged schedule was a 32-ll defeat hy Tower Hill, a non-league opponent, who later
turned out to he Delaware State Champions. ln this game, Mac Price. a speedy first string halfhack. was lost to the
team for the season hecause of an injury. However, Gene Huhhard ahly took his place, and with Phil Sutley,
Klarcy Price. and Bill Wlhiteford comprised the versatile hzickfield.
After an easy victory over St. James hy a 26-0 score, the team lost a thriller to Landon, 25-18. They then
returned home to deal out a 27-ll defeat to Sanford Prep. Tackling 1Vilmini1ton Friends away proved a different
-tory. however, and the team ended up on the wrong end of a .ffl-fl score. Sidwell lfriends of Xxvasliington, our arch
rivals and a tough opponent, scored in the last seconds after a 98 yard touchdown run hy fiene Huhhard on a pass
interception was called hack due to a penalty. They took the game hy a 1.1-O margin. The season closed with
another heart-stopper, nosing out Saint Andrews 13-12. Marcy Price made the tying touchdown in this contest
and his hrother. Klac. in his first appearance since Tower Hill, converted to win the came.
Steye Conway was elected unsung hero for the Sidwcll game, and Bill Wihiteford received the Xlcformick
Linsung Hero .-Xward for the city of Baltimoreia fitting end to a good season.
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Knerling: V. Rosenberg, D. Foutz, T. Rosenberg, J. Pollard, B. Horney, F. Bernstein, N. Badart, G, Sutherland, B. Schaffer,
B. Brooks. Slandiny: Mr. Heinz, T. Michel, W. Sutherland, C. Galloway, J. Wathen, R. Boucher, M. Jackley, S. Levinson,
M. Downing, E. Renn, B. jones, T. Baker, B. Passmore, J. Tyson, R. Renoff. Not Present: T. Bryan, B. Janney, F. Grant,
N. Stoer, G. Ewald, A. Taylor, C. Neumann.
'lihe school year opened on an auspicious note for the soccer team when Klr. Charles Heinz, former captain-elect
of the YVest Point team, was appointed coach. lmmediately his presence was felt as the team was put through the
most rigorous training in years. Somewhat less than popular at the heginning of the season, this martial-like
conditioning program soon won the approval of the players. who. hy mid-season comprised a willing and enthusiastic
Despite an fl-5'l record, definite progress was made in several respects hesides the aforementioned conditioning.
The experience gained hy the team this year will henefit the school in the future, as there will only he one letterman
leaving the determined group.
Although routed 9-l hy lVilmington Friends in the first contest, Frank Grant split the posts once, as John
Pollard did in the final game. After this disheartening sethack the team awoke, the defense closed up, and held
Park to 3 and 2 goals respectively in successive games. 'lihe defensive effort was led hy Captain Nick liadart and
supported hy hoth lioh Brooks and goalie Frank Bernstein.
'lihe hest performance of the year was saved for the Gilman contest, when John Pollard scored to gain a deadlock
with our neighhoring rivals. As indicated hy the decreasing margin of defeat, great strides were made during the
season and,,with the added experience and hasicly the same team,a good record is in the ofhng for next year.
First f'0'LL'.' P. Keim, B. VVilkinson, C. Adams, H. Thomas, K. Hupfeldt. Srmnd rofuz' M. Kegan, S. Hooper, L. Cochran,
B. llutzler, D. llowell, M. Bald, M. XVoodward.
Three new players joined the eight seniors this fall to compose an enthusiastic and successful hatlminton team.
A vote of appreciation is extended to Klrs. Christhilf for her expert coaching and interest in helping each player
master her special difhculties, whether they were serving. slamming, placing shots, or clearing. The result of this
individual help, long hours of practice, and hard work was improvement in the individual scores as well as the final
scores of the matches with other schools. Xlaking a hetter than average showing, they won five and lost only two-
lmoth to our traditional riyal. Notre Dame.
Caryl Adams was chosen captain of the team and for tht- second year Klartha VVoodward handled the
responsibilities of manager. lloth were good choices and gave the team much support and encouragement. Although
the team did not have a ladder as in former years, Caryl Adams, Carol King. Liz Cochran, and Kay Hupfeldt all
played in the top positions. 'lihe other seven places were constantly he-ing changed lveeause of the eoual ability of
the Vest of the squad.
All in all this has heen a very successful year for the hadminton team.
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lK,I1l'I'HlIff,' M. Price, G. lluhhard, li. VVhiteford, C. lirirldell, P. Sutley, Mac Price. Slantling: S. Conway, ll. -leanneret, B.cil'Z1llI,
xl. Snyder, 'If C'leaveland, li. Moore. B. Sherman, Mr. Riehwageu. Nut l'rr'5r111.' 'lf Taylor.
Although disheartened hy several one point losses,the varsity basketball team nevertheless ended the season
with a record of 8 and 9. a considerahle improvement over last year. After an inauspicious dehut in the form of a
05 to 40 defeat at the hands of Gilman, the squad rebounded with three consecutive victories, defeating St. Albans,
St. Pauls and Park.
After these three wins, came the first ll.S.A. loss hy a 53 to 45 score to lloy's Latin which was immediately
followed hy a smashing 73-38 conquest of 'lialmudical Academy. Two more wins quickly ensued. However, at
this point came a rapid and unanticipated reversal of form as demonstrated hy three successiv,e losses at the hands of
Park, llovs' l,atin, and illalmudical. llue mainly to an unfortunate amount of fouling, the Park and 'llalmudical
games, hoth of which were lost hy a single point. were particularly hearthrealcing.
'lihe quint did another ahout face defeating Sanford Prep hy a tremendous 59 point margin and Klcllonogh hy
a 28 point difference. Another loss at this time to Sidwell hy 8 points evened the Quaker record at 8-8. 'lihe last
contest with St. Andrews was lost hy one point, as the Quakers went down Sl-50, making the seasons record 8-9.
Phil Sutlev led the team in total scoring with 203 points and was followed closely hy Klac Price with 199
points. Uthersi who contrihuted in a major way were Klarcv Price with 124, Chuck Briddell who scored 119, Boh
Sherman who challced up lflll, Gene Huhhard who hit fOr 77,anCl Bill lvhiteford 'llinv Cleaveland who had 23
and lf? respectively.
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Knerling: G. Hanauer, B. Banghart, IJ. Christhilf, C. Christopher, M. Gordon, L. Schorreck. Slarzding: C. Motz, M. Smith,
B. Dickinson, A. Hoke, C. Smink, B. VVitt.
Bandages, crutches, splints, and colds-such was the trend of the girls' basketball season. Despite the
permanent loss of one varsity guard and temporary loss of two others, the girls showed their determination and
all-around skill hy winning three-fourths of their games. Captained hy Carol Christopher, the team's starting six
were: forwards, Gretel Hanauer, Carol Christopher, and Lahverne Schorreckg and guards, Betsy Banghart.
Klart' Gordon freplaced after a knee injury hy Cemmy Xlotzl, and Dorsey Christhilf.
Beginning the season with a victory over the alumnae. the squad went on to defeat Roland Park, Bryn Nlawr,
Notre Dame, Park. VVilmington Friends, and Oldfields. The only two hlack marks on the record were losses to
Sidwell Friends and to Klt. St. Agnes, in which game a record was set for high scoring hy hoth teams.
Wihen the girls first appeared on the floor. two changes in uniform were evident. First, the school had
purchased new tunics for the varsity gquad Qhow well they :lashed with the hlazersl ll and gecondly. each varsity
memher wore a numeral to make life easier for the officials.
At the close of the season. Captain Christopher held a victory tea at her home at which time prospects for
1058 were discussed. Since four of the starting six of this year's team were inemhers of the Class of '57, the
pUSSlllllIflCS fflf XULIIUICT ZISPITZUTLS to XVIII NHTSIU' pflslfllllls IUC l'XTff'Illt'lf' gjllllll.
Grateful thanks should go to Klrs. Klillard for her guidance in the victorious 1957 season.
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Sitfing: J. VVhart0n,J. Cleaveland,A. McVoy, j. Bird, F. Bernstein, R. Feild, G. Sutherland. Standing: Mr. VVatts, E. Renn,
S. lNIcVoy, F. Barlertscher, N. Stoer, B. Lucas, T. Bryan. No! Prrxfnff H. Riefle, D. Foutz, B. Tierney.
XVith Klr. VVatts as the wrestling coach and the increasing interest among the student body, the Friends
School lVrestling Team came into its own this year. The return of many members of last j,'ear's squad and the
influx of new recruits swelled the roster to about twenty boys. XVith the opening of practice, those who were
new-comers made up in potential what they lacked in experience and knowledge of wrestling. These neophytes
were hacked by the experienced core of Bob Feild, Joe VVharton, Frank Bernstein, Scott lIcVoy, Art Klcvoy, Ben
Lucas, Jim Cleaveland, Bill Tierney and Jim Bird. Together both groups learned about the technique of Wrestling
and through the season surprised the school by winning three of their last four wrestling meets. These included
victories over Kit. St. Joe, Patterson Park, and Dundalk Y. KI. C. A.
livery school day afternoon at about four o'clock, the team would be checked over by Nlanager Tony Bryan
and an intensive workout would follow in the little gym. This included calisthenics, drills in important
fundamentals, and intra-squad matches.
Coach Wiatts succeeded in producing several fine prospects who, by gaining valuable experience this year, may
be able to bring honor to Friends in future wrestling seasons. Klr. lYatts' work with his wrestling team has
aroused much more enthusiasm for the sport throughout the student body and next year should see more boys
signing up for wrestling and a record even better than this yearls.
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First Rofw: N. Born, S. Crowley, N. Noble, S. Sutley, M. Bald. Sfrund Rom-.' B. Goldberg, T. Wleisberger, S. Stott, A. Lacher,
M. Sands, P. Noble.
Last winter the pool at the -lewish Community Center saw many a racing dive and an abundance of splashy
kicks. The values and rewards of constant practice and determination to improve were clearly demonstrated by the
memhers of the swimming team of l957. llany of the girls made the trek to the pool three and four afternoons a
week so that they might work to eut a few seconds off their time. During the season. Friends swam in ten dual
meets including the lnterscholaatic Kleet held at the end of the swimming season.
'lihe varsity team, captained by Nancy Noble, included Arlene Lacher and Klartha Bald as hackstrokersg
Sue Crowley. Sue Stott. and Nancy Noble as hreaststrokersg and Nancy Born, Barbie Goldberg. Sandra Sutley.
Klart' Hannah Sands, and the Noble sisters as free style swimmers. 'liwo other hard workers were Susan Uelloff
and Gretchen Haas. Although this was not the teamls liest year. much credit for the constant improvement shown
hy the ffroup is due an alumna and previous varsity swimmer, Coach Nancy Lang XVhedbee.
A few years ago l"riends won the lnterscholastic Championship, and this years team practiced hard in hopes of
accomplishing this feat again. However. several other schools-Notre Dame particularlyvproved a little too
swift for the Quaker team. ln spite of the defeats, the spirit of the natators was outstanding.
'lihis year the squad lost only one member due to graduation and in light of this fact, a good team should be
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First Row: Mr. Watts, T. Taylor, J. Bird, G. Hubbard, B. Whiteford, C. Briddell, F. Stalfort, D. Reed, M. Buchner, Mr. Nicolls
Second Row: F. Badertscher, J. Freeman, J. Cleaveland, M. Price, D. Felter, J. Snyder, E. Rudolph, F. Windsor, J. Langeluttig
B. Horney. Third Rafw: T. Cleaveland, H. Mortimer, B. Sherman, M. Herriott, B. Patterson, B. Lucas, M. Price, P. Sutley
Not Prerent: H. Riefle, S. Conway, F. Bernstein.
Along about the time of the last snow, lacrosse sticks began to reappear in numbers, and a certain type of
spring fever took hold of most of the Klaryland population. Observing the students, it seemed that lacrosse was
Friends Scho0l's "raison d'etre." During any rainy day one could see many boys with blue faces and dragging
tongues faithfully making their rounds of the tennis courts to get in shape.
Because of the minor loss of live letermen, there was reason for optimism after last year's building season
when the young, promising squad picked up where it left off the previous year. This team had the distinct
advantage in the coaching of llr. Nicolls, one of the leaders in this hotbed of lacrosse, and of Nlr. VVatts, an
important new addition. Under the capable and experienced guidance of the coaches, the team prepared for the
rugged schedule in which it faced the best teams in the city in the form of Poly, Patterson, Boys, Latin, Gilman,
lIcDonogh, Saint Paul's, Park, and Severn, in that order.
The Quakers ended the l956 season with a 2-5 record with victories over Park and Boys' Latin. This was
not surprising considering that the squad was so inexperienced. Returning from that team were: Bill VVhiteford,
Chuck Briddell, llallory Buchner, David Felter, Tucker Taylor, Tom Cleaveland, Phil Sutley, John Snyder,
Steve Conway, Fred Stalfort, Frank lVindsor, Happy Klortimer, Gene Hubbard, llarcy Price, Jay Stott, Eric
Rudolph, and John Langeluttig.
C. Motz, M. Gordon, D. Kahn, j. Morrill, B. Hutzler, B. Goldberg. No! Prerenl: L. Sehorreck, N. Aufhammer, C. Adams
The resounding smack of little white balls against the racquets and the laughter of the feminine sector of the
Friends School population coming from the direction of the tennis courts announced the arrival of spring and the
start of another successful tennis season. For weeks, the girls spent many hours after school vying for a place on the
varsity team. Securing a position on the squad entailed playing matches every day to determine the order of the
members of the ladder by comparison of scores. The live at the top of the list played singles and the remaining four
competed in doubles matches against numerous schools, including: Roland Park, Bryn lNIawr, Notre Dame,
Oldfields, and Park.
The squad was lucky to have eight of last year's varsity players back for another season. llary Gordon,
Barbie Goldberg, Betty Hutzler, Nancy Aufhammer, Cemmy Nlotz, jean Xlorrill, Diana Kann, and La Verne
Schorreck comprised the list of those returning. This gave a strong backbone to the team and made competition for
a place on the team particularly keen.
Profiting from the expert instruction of llrs. llillard and lliss Homer, the girls all greatly improved their
skills in this sport. These coaches combined their talents to produce a very good and successful team.
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J. Novogrod. Third Row: H. Laskv , B. Hammond, N. Stoer, B. Tierney, B. Feild.
Despite losing two members due to graduation from last year's Quaker tennis team, the '57 squad of varsity
netters found many members returning giving the squad the size and depth necessary for a good season.
After lhlr. Cartmills '56 team held its own in the tough RI.S.A. competition, there was reason to believe that
the Friends team, hit lightly hy graduation, had an advantage over schools suffering from post-season departures.
Another factor involved is that lXIr. Richwagen, who has proven his ahility in leadership in other activities, steered
the team through the season.
Among the returning were Bill Grant who gained experience as the number two man last year, John Pollard,
previously ranked thirteenth in the city in the under 15 class, and seven other athletes-Bob Feild, Chipper Bupp,
Arthur fMcVoy, Frank Grant, and Bill Hammond. This young team received further blostering from freshmen
John Novlogrod, who fought his way into the hrst slot on the ladder, and Joe Ramage, who showed promise of
being of value to the tennis team. This Quaker team turned out to be a strong contender as they played Loyola,
Gilman, lN'It. St. Joe, lXIcDonogh, and Towson State Teachers.
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Cir-gmiliilg R, Rudofph, L, Dresser. No! Pn'.vent: C. Christopher, D. Chnsthilf, M. Kegan: A- MCAIIISUB S SUT Cy, '-'gem
For the first time in more than twenty years, girls' lacrosse was a varsity sport at Friends. ln the spring of
1953 a handful of girls began learning the rudiments of the game. but it was not until this year, 1957, that the
lacrosse enthusiasts were numerous enough to merit the team's ranking as a varsity sport.
Une of the factors which has hampered the growth of women's lacrosse in this area is the lack of competition.
Only three high schools besides Friends had teams this season. Therefore. in order to complete a varsity schedule,
the Quakers played two matches each with Bryn llawr, Park, and Roland Park Country School, and had two
practice games with the Goucher College squad.
Under the capable coaching of 1Irs. Martha Liepold, the Friends team had ample opportunity to gain a firm
foundation in the fundamentals and requisites of womens lacrosse. In addition to the instruction they received at
Friends, many of the girls played on weekends with the Baltimore VVomen's Lacrosse Association. Playing with
this group they gained invaluable experience, not only in stickwork, but also in actual game participation.
YVhile the season's record was not exceptionally impressive in the won--lost column. the Friends team made up
for its lack of experience by a great show of interest and enthusiasm.
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1018 North Charles Street Baltxmore Maryland The prmtmg of
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Maryland To both of these compames the Edxtors are smcerely
gratelul for thelr wonderful co operatlon and advlce ln producmg thrs
year s Quaker
The Rev and Mrs Andrew B Jones
Peppre Carol Poppy Davre
Dr and Mrs Harry Wasserman
Mr and Mrs Gtrs Mace
To Bug Three from Lrttle Three
Kon Trkl Albert Antelope
Nancy Neanderthal Eggbert Flea
Tom and Lourse
Mrs Lawrence Perm
Mary Ellen Brush
Coznowtskr Sladerewrrskr and Ham
Kandr and Tom
Mr and Mrs John H Sands
Cholly Norllan Duane Sue
Nora Penny Mary Hannah Sue Paua
Jean and Joellen
Mr and Mrs W B Hanauer
Eleanor Brandt Warren Brandt
Warren Brandt Jr
Ann and Corky
Mary Hanna and Bob Rrck and Anne
Mr and Mrs John Cummrns
Chrrs Peggy Lane Lynne
Mr and Mrs Jack Wrllramson Jr
Mr and Mrs T G Bunnecke
A Sensor s Mother
Grenadene Fungus Fermon Sneaker
Bertha Rabies Horace Mupp
Nancy Leona and Frank Carter
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Dr and Mrs Eugene L Flrpprn
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James H Rretle Jr
Gayle B Prrester
Jackie Jeannre Farth
Mr and Mrs SamuelA Hearn
Mr and Mrs John B Gordon
Val Chen Scooty Mary Beth
Dr L M Jahncke
Mrs J Stuart Jones Jr
Mrs Alfred Whrttle
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Mr and Mrs CharlesW Kerm
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Mr and Mrs Calvrn K Braeckleln
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