Friends School of Baltimore - Quaker Yearbook (Baltimore, MD)

 - Class of 1959

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THE 1959 QUAKER published by the Semor Class of FRIENDS SCHOCDL Baltimore, Maryland n Memoriam To the class of 1959 Eugene H Denk will always be held ln great respect and fondest memorx Most members of the class studled under Mr Denk durmf hls last sear as a teacher During thls perlorl the class was exposed to the mam fine qualltles of Mr Denk s char aeter Flrst among these qualltles ws as hrs thoroughness for Mr Denk was complete ln hrs IDSITULUOII exen down to the smallest step 1n a Geometrv problem Next was hls W1lllI'lgIlCSS and deslre to help It was not uncommon to see h1m helping late after school some con fused student mth an abstruse problem And thlrd among h1S fine qualltles was hrs frlendllnes Wlanx times ln hls class one could hear raucus laughter as a result of one of hls subtle mttrclsms All these qualltxes, and more made up one of the hnest personages me es er knew or shall ew er hope to meet 3 6 -33 A E 5 Q. , - ,151 . bf X 1-n3 " I 'fv Dedication Ab A mall tlllllllff we the cla 5 of 1909 xespect fullx dedlcate 0111 wealbook The uaker to Clalre F Wallxel tl'lIOllgl'l who e llIHlYlI1g effo1t me haue lealned 0111 place 111 tlll 6161 complex xx o1ld 5 FA CUL TY Dx Bllss Forbush Hcadma ter Wlth hr humble splrlt and hls great dellght 1n all thrngs great and small wlth hls Interest ln each one of us a an lndludual and with h1s great spiritual knowledge and lnslght Dr Forbu h has been to us not only a frlend and advlser but a warm example of a vltal llfe He ha carefully upheld the uaker prmclple of education and brought each of us to a greater understandlng of our school s uaker herltage at the same tlme creating and malntalnln the best scholastlt standards and encouraglng athletlc 3ChlCX ement We feel that Dr Forbush hlstorlan humanltarlan rellglous leader teacher has glven us true values for our future Fleanot D Mace Irmclpal As we look back on our years at Frlends Mrs Mace emerges II1 our mmds as an myaluable frlend to us all As Dean of Glflq she has not only been constantly ready to help wlth problems both personal and those pertaln mg to school work but also has gulded us In choosing Yvlth QIHCCYC ratltude we leaye hlgh school remem berlng Dllly and the part she played ln shaplng our lly es Glfted wlth a uperb sense of humor and an ablllty to make people feel at ease lVIr Mate exemplifies the plrlt for whlch Friends irho l I9 known Robert C RlKl"ldldS0ll Dean of Boy Looklng back on our years at Frlends we reallze that 'Vlr Rlchardsons part IH our development IS unforget table As the school dlsclpllnarlan he has been firm when necessary yet helpful and understandmg Whlle he has kept dlsorder to a mmlmum he has also been our excel lent French teacher headmg the language department Serylng IH stlll another role he was our college advlsol HIS yast knowledge concernlng hlgher educatlonal lnstltu t1ons has been lI'1Y8ll18l'JlC to us We are yery grateful to you Mr Rlchardson for the many long hours you have spent helpmg us formulate our future 6 S ,. .S M . . . . . M S . 1 Q. .L . . . . A g S V x y . .L , V V. . y S , Q . . y . . . . U .I . ,, - . . . . . , s 9 1 , . . v . , l s, . colleges, and thus our future careers. - g , ' ' - , - ' ca - V91 - - . Y U . Y. S B g . . Y . . . s. ' ' S - . v ' . . e ' U D, Y . 'S , ., , ' t . , . . - - -1 9 g v, Y . I . L., , s. ' , . . N . , . Q. Seated Dorothy E Mlchel Ruth C Dlbert Jenme D Powell Robert C Rxchardson Bllss Forbush Standing Carmen C Teller Barbara Beacham John E Carnell Frank R Shners Donald B RICDWB en Arthur 0 Cray Robert A Newton Arlen R Clll Eleanor D Mace Frances M Homer Frances H Bartley Mlldred M Hetrlclc Bllss Forbush Jr E Hlchard Watts Jr Henry Woodman Marcla V Wlndxsch Mlldred J Tyson Sara M Hoop Margaret Markerl Carol D Albrecht Y . I A A -1 .. 'AU xl Marjorie M. Richardson L. Lawrence Peacovk - . g . . . lv 7 athematlcs Startm ln the sex enth and elffhth grades student at Frlends rerelye a thorough educatlon ln lVlathe matlcs Nlr leaf ock beglns thls tralnlng by hulldlng 1 ood foundatlon mth tress of fundamentals The mnth frrade algebra tourse ls taught by 'Vlrs Rlch ma en xx ho prepares the student for further studies The e are carrled on 1n the sophomore and jumor years by Mr Markert who completes the algebra course and lnstructs Euclldlan Geometry to the student For all who msh to prepare for adyanced studles 'VIr Forbush offers a comprehenslve semor math rourse This year the department ralsed 1ts standards by adyancm the dlfferent courses startlng mth the seyenth grade a notable change for the better Science When a student reaches the nlnth grade he rs offered a general sclence course taught by Mr Watts Should he w1sh to contmue ln th1s Held he can choose to take blology wlth Mr Woodman and chemlstry and physlcs wlth Mr Forbush and expect to recelve lnstructlon that will excellently prepare hlm for college Should you hear a student mention Maggxe or Peter you know they are taklng the advanced blology course w1th Mr Woodman for these are the names they affectlonately dubbed the cats whxch they are dlssectlng You also know that they are taklng advantage of stxll one more of the outstanding courses offered FS students ln the fasclnatlng field of scxence :story All tlmes are coyered by the hlstory courses of Frlends Startmg IH Mrs Walkers classroom an clent hlstory 15 learned by freshmen Thls course IS not only concerned vnth anclent hlstory but also wlth the skllls of research work and readmg As the students progress so does the hlstory department for the sophomores and yumors study European HlSlOfy Engllsh history and Amerlcan hlstory under 'Vlr Nlck The last of the hlstory courses IQ taught by Mrs Mace Thls concerns contemporary hlstory enta1l mg both current ey ents and Amer1can hlstory from post C1Vll War up to modern tlmes The course IS hlghllghted by SZYIOUS trlps to such places as New York Washmgton and The Court House ! . U . A . A . C , C. -. . 3 or ' " Q 1 F . .e . . U i . v X . - U . e 1 t . v 0, - ' C. ,. , s. S . . , , ' 4' r S. .' ' -. 1 . - x , V .' O. ' ' . P 1 - 1 ec - va as as Y - 1 - 9 v . v . . , ' Y V. . . 9 1 , s . . r a v . 1 . L . . Y . Y . . v . . Y . . Y , , . V , .. . English The English Department, consisting of Miss Di- bert. Mr. Xeyyton, Miss Beacham, and Mr. Slriyers. is concerned with teaching students the basic skills in reading and writing. ln the seyenth, eighth. and ninth grades. students concentrate on the funda- A "5 rnentals of English writing. At the end of their freshman year. they must pass the qualifying ex- amination. which is a test of composition skill. grammar and spelling qophornores Juniors and seniors study English and Arnerrcfm Literature based around theme f man rn conflict standard of yalues and the inch yrdual and lns relation to society French Under the philosophy of the lmportance of a foreign language as a direct tool of communrca tion and another method of evaluating and in terpretmg IS the French Department The stu dents first years in the language are under the supervision of Mr Glll and Mrs Teller Emphasis 15 placed on giving each student the abllrty to read write understand and communicate simple French It is at this time that a foundation IS made from which to progress into fluency and proficiency 1n later years lntermedlate and Fourth year French are taught by Mr Richardson ln his first course, grammar 15 reviewed and practiced so that the final year may be spent rn speaking Russian A course ln the Russian language was first offered rn Friends rn September 1906 At that time, under the auspices of Mrs Kenneth O Walker fiye stu dents beffan the study of this language The course was tentatlvelv planned for two periods a week with half a credit to be aw arded upon completion of the first year Because of the enthusiasm of both teach er and students the provram was subsequently ex panded to constitute a full major course meeting five days a week Two members of the class of 09 ,lohn Pollard and Chipper Bupp haye had their courses supple mented by numerous tutoring assignments during their third year of study ing this difficult language 9 Z. . . 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' ' 3' 'iq A X N , . ,I T 4, A 5 'f H. n m 1 f 21 V X I 1 - N c 'Q v 'A 9' , Q' ' fn- 11 ' , .ww - ' ..,, K Y X is-1 e ene irginia smis 'GA rider zmequalled-a Sportsman complete, A rum one to follow, fl bad one to beatf, H1 ya Thls cheery greeting announces that Helena Vlfg1Ul3 Asmxs better known to F S students as Lenl ha jomed the group Lenl who entered the class of 59 III her sophomore year has smce then prosen her readlness to undertake anythlng wlth qulet determmatlon whether 1t be sports school work typlng for the uzll or tollettmg uaker ads Asklng no pralse for her accompllshments Lenl ha left most of us IH the dark as to her outstandln sucte s as an equestrlan Howexer to see her rlde one would know that her first love and talent hes IH the field of also detected her talent For example Lem was the first glrl exer asked to attend the Spamsh Rldlll qthool of Vlenna Austrla a great honor whlch she plans to take advantage of for a year or more upon graduauon from Frlends There ln addltlon to her rldmg she w1ll studx RIDING-2, 3, 4 QUILL-4 BAZAAR, WHITE ELEPHANTS-4 fenclng as a hobby And speakmg of hobbles whlle at Frlends Lenl has prowen herself a challenge to am healthy budge player Lenls steady behlnd the scenes t0HtI'llJl1lI0HQ and athlewements would make her 1f there were an Lnsung Herome of the class of 59 the lo ual rholte for the honor So En Garde Tally Ho and Best of l urk Lem lll any endeavors you may undertake l4 so - as - i - . . . .3 v . . .t S . Y , . 7 a l -- , Q ' , ' " Q -t . v . S . . U h S F , l n l 9 . 1 Y horsemanship. lt is obvious that others, more important. . V . . . U v e D ., 5 7 . Q 5 . .. . . v Y. .V . I . . , . . , . 7 I 'V . ' ., Y . D . . i . Y . V ,. T . ,, l , U. i I . v x l , , C - I . , 1, , J . u 8 U, Y , i Iykanh xjl-ufzler erknsfein W I "Enough work to do, and strength enough to do the workf' A SOCCER-1, 2 VARSITY WRESTLING-1, 2, 3, 4 .I.V. LACROSSE-1, 2 VARSITY LACROSSE-3, 4 "5,000" CLUB-2, 3, 4 BAZAAR ICE CREAM I x J, S' A 1. 'Y V , Fl 1 ' Frank IS one of the few students of our class who jolned Frlends ln the kindergarten and went all the way through A strong supporter of the wrestling and lacrosse teams Frank has alwavs had the knack for puttlng every one ln good splrlts for a forthcomlng match In hls junlor year he was entered ln the Maryland Scholastlc Assocla tlon Wrestllng Tournament and he captured fourth place ln hls welght dlvlslon He can also be een at many of the school dances whlch shows hls high school splrlt In any task whlch Frank chooses to undertake 1 IS success Hls good grades keep hlm up ln the hlgher part of hls class where the competltlon IS SIIH He hopes after college to go lnto englneerlng a field IH whlch he 1 sure to do well Intern. morning at 6 30 l'rank watches a teleslslon program which deals with phx ICS-he IS the onlw felllaln ln lnember of that class who has the lndu trs to contlnue ID hl quest for knowled e There IS no doubt that Frank wlll remain a character ln the IIIIIICIS of ewerwone ln the class of 19 I5 , 2 ts ' I VWYQIW , . , .t .- known that he will put forth all his talents toward being a , . . . , . . .S .g Y . :, G . V Q '.L. U V . . JS. . I n . g 4 A 1 . S 1- V . . .S v g i Q f r O- W' MP1 rw MJ. Li 6 :fa LN P9 X A ,. Q -uu'f. Y Qui Y YA-Pig gp Variety ls the soul 0 Pleasure 6'Well l met a little girl a comin' down the street, bop- by-O-" means that Jim is near and in a gay mood. When properly attired in his yellow and brown padded coat, ,lim ranks as the classls closest thing to a Beatnik. Actually Jim has been developing his musical abilities on both the piano and his cherished electric guitar. ,lim also has left a lasting impression On the Quaker athletic annals, as well as those of the opposition. Not shirking physical contact, he has played a leading role On the football and wrestling teams, and he was recognized for his spirit and ability for leadership by being selected as captain by the squad. While ,lim has been widely recognized for his athletic abilities he also performs a vital role in many less publicized Organizations. He has always served in ollicial capacities on both the Service Committee, and Assem- VARSITY FOOTBALL I 2 2 4 CO CAPTAIN 4 VARSITY WRESTLING I 2 3 4 CO CAPTAIN 2 S JV LACROSSE I VARSITY LACROSSE 2 3 BAA REPRESENTATIVE I SECRETARY 4 SERVICE COMMITTEE 2 3 4 AEEILIATION COMMITTEE 3 4 ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE 4 QUAKER 4 DANCE CO CHAIRMAN 2 SENATE 2 VICEPRESIDENT 4 DRAMATICS CLUB 2 MIXED CHORUS 1 3 4 BAZAAR ROLLER COASTER 4 bly Committee. ,lim seems to be very capable as a V.P., holding this position in both the Senate and Senior Class. The class realized his social abilities, voting him to head the Sophomore dance. If Jim dOesn't fulfill his aspirations as a teenage idol. it is a certainty that he will be a success in the adult world 16 N2 Tx., ', s.riX'l-slxtil ,p ' kvxin xiii. Ju ,Q 5 : x' -.,'p,n' 5a ',.UAgb.A N 'I ' ,vw , 5KN.. I 61' xi, 0- iid s '- iv A--"A "W Lfjtfmpfl ,i.,f.I iw?-J. ames t oo eir ir 0- , ', I ' 1.0 8 H 1 I f -H R- ' ' ' A ' ' 3 .. J A l A ntl VVU4 afnecy I you love znstructzon you ull! be well znstructed JV FOOTBALL I 2 VARSITY FOOTBALL-4 JN BASKETBALL 2 3 VA SITY TENNIS I 2 3 4 HONOR ROLL I 2 3 4 DRAMATICS I 2 3 4 ,,f INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB I 50 0 CI UB 2 3 4 , CLASS PRESIDENT I CO EDITOR QUAKER QUILL-4 RELIGIOUS LIFE COMMITTEE 4 BAZAAR PONY CARTS 4 ,ft If-p if I I cl I JCCI, 411 'P "Q-5' ful fn' V' Hey Chlp how mans teeth does a moo e haxer' Thl IS but a small sample of the qulte xarled questlons asked I 'C Mof Chlpper durlng the day For he 15 known fondlx bw this assmates as the walkmg encsclopedla Not onlw does he come forth wlth the correct answers to these questions dur1n the off moments at school but he al o dlsplaxs his X3l'l6Cl storehou e of lcnowled e ln the cla room Since he first entered Frlend ln the fifth grade he has constantly headed his class ln academic uhject Dur 1 ex eral vseelcs ln the fall howsex er he dl appear from the chool cene and oes huntm mth hl Daddx u Penn Xlw anla Immedlately upon hls return from the ulld he IS barra ed sslth the questlon Well what chd sou shoot9 He would then tell u about all the rabb1t pheasants and rou e that hejust barelx nn ed althou h he herolcalls ba ed three dozen qulrrel that net er had a chance ReCOgnlZlH the theater a a fine art Chlpper ha been seen takmg on qulte dner lfied role and dolng an ewcceptlonal Job 1n each production ln uhuh he ha taken part Due to hls mnate llterary ablhts Chlp was the natural cholce for co edltor of the uzll oiferm to the school a new xarled collectlon of thou htful edxtorlal and artwles I7 Q lfl , r. :cf - - l Y- - .ea .Q . ,V 'A zlfydi' , f ' I. - . , - , , ,lf A , .J ' X I " nb , , 3 f 11' . . , .tb 'I , V W 1 fifty ' , J Tl' , V . 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S nne V Qlderf Carfer "F or what is that which flZll0Cf"llCf' flares 1101.75 Anne could easlly be called The Cav Camlne of the class of 59 wlth her sparklmg Lhma blue exe hlonde ha1r rosy cheeks and her loxe for tvweeds and sport clothes Wlth her umque sen e of humor and dell htful personahty she 1 alwaws the llfe of a parts She ha the wonderful glft of adapting her elf to am group and at once becommg a part of It When down at the 'Xax al Ac ad em! she alwaxs IS seen surrounded ln a group of Hllfldle In one of her gay moods she IS known to talk a blue streak and cannot be stopped ln addltlon to talkln 1n her mterestlng manner he 1 qulte an eater and has been known to consume easlls three Fnend School lunthe at a slttlng How he ma1nta1ns her shrn fi ure 1 a rm terx to us' BADNIINTON, MANAGER-4 GLE1: CLUB-2 MIXED CHORUS53, 4 eLAss SECRETARY 3 QLAKER 4 BAZAAR GIFTS 4 3' Enterlng Frlends 1n the mnth rade Anne l1a becomean mxaluable member Althou h busx on the uaker she has managed to keep up her u ual ood rade She ua al o the busy manager thl year for the badmlnton team Wlmeneser Anne ha a free moment she pull out her bongo drum a11d beats on It endle ls Be ldes loung the bongos she IS a great jazz fan Annie 1 a glfl who 1 alwsaw ready for fun and mam lau h xet there 1 another Anne the serlou thoughtful kmd and slnrere Anne 18 . 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HOCKEY-1 tj JJ' ,RJ VARSITY IIIJCKEYW2, 3, 4 Wy D M A VARSITY BASKETBALL-I 2 3 4 ,I 'V' f - ' CAPTAIN I S ,J Aff' VARSITY LACROSSE 2 VARSITY TENNIS 4 GAA TREASURER-4 QUAKER-4 S000 CLLB 2 3 4 VIIXED CHORUS-4 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB-4 BAZAAR CHRISTMAS TABLE 4 Dorsex a well llked member of the Claes of 19 Iould have ea Ilw been known as MISS Fnergy her lets I gan lo an was frequentls heard around the F N Iam pus Thus It was Inewltable that he landed po llllill xareltv teams Includln ba ltetball where he tapablx played a guard poSItIon for four wearS and hoeltex where he llterallw plased all POQIIIOXIS durlng her three Wear Stax Not tlred In the leat br the e Xl orou actnltle out of breath he all III the frltf ectIon of the NllX6fl Choru aS a Semor -XS If all thIS wa not enou h Dor ex NK eapablw Hlled the job of G -X -X trea urer me hope the monex IS tIll there' I Dor ew was al o owner of a et of fine p1 tall 4IshIIlI She doubtle Stlll ha I and u ore them qulte frequentlx lllllfh to 'Nlr Forbu h dell ht Dor ex dell lIt came III tho e Tea FI ht at the Naxal -Xeadunx Ishrth he attended mth Surpr1 In re ularltx and perhap exen drd oIertIme' X for tlIe future It eem lll ht the-ad lf all elSe faIl Iheasen forbrdb he Ian aluas jorn the Nan I 9 I ' A . 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" .:S .'S Sv"g 1 '. - 'S ' ' S ' elgourne fjzzomas .Lesbe owning, 'SA hand as liberal as the light of rlayf, OW my eyes' Thls statement has been heard at has been present You see Mel IS a fanatical camera bug and the Hash from h1 bulbs has become disturbing to the eyes but very welcome because of the quality of his PICIUFCS Mel IS also an accomph hed or anlst and the student body IS welcomed each morning by h1s excellent background muslc IH Collection Sometlme lt has a yn o pated beat but nevertheless 1t s easy to march to Durlng the course of hi tax at Friends Mel ha acqulred mam frlends especrallx through hls heau artn its in eseral aspects of Frrend llfe The Mixed Chorus has seen Mel an actne member and a serx good one lndeed At all their concerts one ha heard 'Vlels line tenor volce resounding w1th h1s group Mel has also been known as a thmker and ha been s CER 1 2 s 4 MIXED CHORUS 1 2 fs 4 QUILL-4 1N1T131wAT1oNAL RELATIONS B 1 2 3 BAZAAR PHOTOGRAPHS 4 een many tlmes at that corner table ln the audltorlum outsmartmg an opponent ln a game of brldge W hlle he has some xerx dehmte ldea on ome matter and can often be heard skillfully expres ln them he 1 always Wllllng to engage 1n an 1ntell1 ent dl cus lon on any tOplC of lnterest to a group or lI1dlXldUEil We know your fine ideas and OllIlClJlldgITl8I1tXSlll et you far 'Vlel Q0 V24 'x-2-'-' OC 1' 9 9 ' 1 R- K 1 v 1 ' 7 l r 1 Y r 4 1 4 1 CLU 4 , 8. : " 4- M 9 9 1 . Hx 1 1 ff' " J Cf 77 ' , . practically every Quaker or Quill meeting at which Mel .S . . A , . 'V .g ' . ' 's g ' . . ' . . . . S . S I C H ' t 's s I' ' , r s ' 1' ' s ' s ' s ' . . '. ' . ' , s . '. ' ' s " , 9 , . M Y Y . . 5 S, S . V S. g 7 'Y . S . W. g I' . A . MIXED HORUS M411 Tho hast lit at will ff AFF1 ATION Qiglltgglvf Q l RNATIONA RE A OgNS 0R Hell? P BAZ R GAM p My X 1' H' +2 An honor roll student and hlstory fiend first second and thlrd perlods everyday IS Blll or our Engllsh frlend as he IS called by Mr Shlvers Blll says he IS not lnterested ln women but the evldence agalnst thls statement IS ox er whelmlng At a party lf there IS a rln of glrls Blll IS not just around but rlght ln the mlddle on the dance floor hes stupendous and ln Meredlths car well everyone knows about that X tlcket taker for rallles at Bazaar Blll really had a tlme Someone p'1s ed hlm a quarte asklll for two tln Let Instantls throu h hls wlnd went Well let see one tlcket IS ten cents whlch IS ten fourteenths shllllngs whlch too dlHicult uhh ten cents IS twelle pence tlmes two twenty Fourpence subtracted from twenty flve cents whlch IS let s see about twenty eloht or nlne pence glVCS you four or five pence vshlch IS about Hse cents or that about does It After thls as anyone can see Blll came to the hasty concluslon that the only way to get the fl ht change was to use the unquestlonably dlHlCUltAmCflC8n system Thls IS part of the story of Blll s llfe ln F S By the way was lt you that asked hlm were Godalmlng 159 21 ' i is of 1' K " t 1 1 ' . 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'laughter for a month and good jest forezfffrf' Who has had hlS name spelled wrong In the lull more than anyone else In the chool 'Naturally 1t Felld other WISC known as Fleld Flelds and Felld The reason h1 name has appeared so frequentls IS because Bob 1 In the mlddle of a great mam 3Cl.lNllllCS H1 vast knowledge of athletlcs won hxm the pos1t1on of Sports Edltor on the Iuzker staff Whlle he was our class treasurer an actlve member of the Welfare Commlttee and a ba voice In the Mlxed Chorus he also proved h1s athletl ablllty as an end on the football team and an excellent wrestler and tennis player Fmally In the end of h1 junlor year h1s name started to be spelled correctly ex ers tlme This was because he became a boss man on the uzll being elected by us to serve as ASSOCIHIC Edltor In the sprmg of h1s Junlor year Bob was selected to o Jv FOOTBALL 1 2 VARSITY FOOTBALL 3 4 NARSITY WRESTLING 1 2 3 IARSITY TENINIS 1 2 3 4 HONOR ROLL I 2 4 VIIXED CHORUS 3 4 ASSOCIATE EDITOR QUILL QUAKER 4 SERVICE COMMITTEE 2 3 4 AEFI1 IATION COMMITTEE 3 4 TREASURER 4 CLASS TREASURER 3 4 sooo CLUB 2 3 4 BAZAAR RECORDS-4 abroad to Germany for the summer On the Amerlcan Fleld Seruce program By hlS fr1endlw easy golng manner Bob gamed many frlends and a second fam1ln IH Germans After h1s return to Amer1ca last fall he wa em led by vers one In our class as belng a true world beater Of course a man of the world llke Bob want to res lt Europe but In the meanwhlle we know he wlll sur ceed In every way at college 22 erechfA , gall ?elfer :There are charms made only for distant aflmirationf, J.V. HOCKEY-2, 3 .I.V. BASKETBALL-I NIIXED CHORUS-2. 3. 4 SECRETARY-4 SOCIAL COVIVIITTEE 'S RELIGIOUS LIFE COVIVIITTEE 2 5 4 BOOSTER CLUB 4 CLASS PRESIDEINT 2 BAZAAR DINNER 4 Short wavy auburn halr a Splash of freckle and a but, smlle Nleredlth of courSe' Wlth her alr of 0ph1St1 a tlon set alwayS reads to break lnto a grin Wlerecllth 1 Indeed one of the per onal1t1eS of our ClaSS ln whlrh h haS been a member lnce her klncler arten claw If xou want to know ull about the lateSt Style ln clothe etc JuSt call on Meredith who has an unu ual flalr for faSh1on Abwlutelx the lateSt would be her remark con cernln her exotle and ophl tlcated ta te Nlerecllth perlemc-S and mam a txme leaxeS FS tuclent a ape at her dexlll h and fanta tle e tapades tout lde of ehooll BeS1de her paS lon for excltement Vlerecllth al o 1 a en lble and quletlx cletermlned 1rl Thl can be hoxsn hx her memberSh1p ln the Rell IOUS Llfe Comnnttee a well a her partlclpatlon ln the Wllxed Choru Almaw ready to smpathlze and ne a xx rd of adxlte ts tho e IH trouble Nleredlth ha won the fr1endSh1p and lowaltx of her ala Smate throu hout her sear at Frtend Good luck to sou Meredlth we know that xou ll Succeed ln whatexer sou true for H1 the comm xear 23 . I 1 K A I . , .. . I n 9 1 le Ai , ', , - ' S. .U . -lx . h K U . . S .t - D - v vx v . l Q A . .S . S . . K us . v .b S O . . S' '. ' fl . V V L it M . S ' . Q ' Ci 'W . S. . - ' ., - ' g , ' S 'S " S S. . ' . being a "Bachelor Glrl ' Seems to go in for unusual ex- ' ' .. Y' ' ' S . . S S g " 'S S ' S- S' S . C -' S -S' . ' . ' S 'S S S' ' U' ' g' . 'S ' S ' I' L . . .g. x . . S ' S ' ' ' ' 1 S. ' 'L " Si' ' g" 'cl 1 S I . I ' S ' ' S ' I' U' ' S- S g 1' S ' S. ' j ' - ' - -, 9 y . v - v- S .I . h . g '- Orna mole gafdner NQuietness is bestf, DRAMATICS CLUBA3 NIIXED CHORUS-4 BOOSTER CLUBF3, 4 BAZAAR, WHITE ELEPHANTS-1 A Cormng from Hannah 'Vloore Academy from aero s town Lorna yomed the class of 39 as a yunlor Although she was wlth us only two years she lmmedxately made many fr1ends and has shown her varlous abllltles 1n numerous way Slnce her entrance lnto the school Lorna has taken an actlye part In the 'Vhxed Choru and lts many productlon As a supporter of actlyltles our brown ey ed beauty also lent her skxll to the Boo ter Club whlch upplles the be a Vylllllig worker IH all the functlons III Yylllth she ha partlclpated As co chalrman of the whlte elephant commlttee Lorna was often seen on her way to the Lower Qchool where her daxly harangues helped to get the support needed to make the bazaar a success Another posltlon w1th yyhlch he ha been ldentlfled 1 ho tes behmd the snack bar Here he endured the pres of the contlnuous crowds and worked f0I long hours Lorna C6I't8lIllS cleselye a llyer tar or a purple heart for her brayery ln the heat of battle Cool as a cucumber hut ey er reacly to help when the need arlse Lorna houlcl make good u e of the qualltle shown whlle at Frlends 24 E t 'tt'1awg'a" 1: ' L ' s . . ,- . . , ee ., . . V 7 it a . . 1' V . v . . . . . ,, c 's. ' A n K h A L s ' . ' s ' t ' 5. ' ' s s ' " s ' - needed publicity' for school events. Lorna has proven to A ,uh y W. . . Q. y . A S S ' ' 's s cs ' - ' . S cs ' e ' ' - ' ' -. ' ' ,, " s s' s ' ' ' . ., ' ' ' ' ' s. s s ' ' s Q VHDL Jade? r ,T J V' II V '6Ceorgie-porgie pudclin, qpd pie, kissed the girls 1' f ff SOCCER-J,2,3,4 " 'l,A J.V. TENNIS-I, 2 , ' if VARSITY TENNIS 'S 4 ' ' REPRESENTAFIWE TO BALTIMORE YOUTH COUNCIL '3 ranf and made them cry." fmt HONOR ROLL-4 DANCE CO CHAIRMAN 4 DRAMATICS CLUB I 2 3 4 SERVICE COMMITTEE 3 4 INTERNATIONAL REI ATIOINS CLUB 4 JUNE WEEK COMMITTEE 4 BAZAAR MERRY GO ROUND 4 Howes er Frank many actlyltle do not tell the whole Certalnly Frank otherwx e known as Paco IQ one of the most 8CtlVC members of our class From the tlme he 1s seen entermg school ln hrs flashy sllver Cheyy to when he departs generously glylng many FS ers a ride home he IS constantly on the go Hls manv act1v1t1es are hlgh llghted by belng buslness manager of the utll and an excellent actor 1n the dramatlcs club Outstandm ly h portrayed the convict James Dyke ln the play The N al lant presented to the student body of the upper sthool In soclal actlyltles at Frlends Paco also has been top As chalrman of our Chrlstmas dance The Holly Ball he aiforded many people a yery enjoy able eyemng wh1le he managed to swm a hu e financlal success When our class reallzed hls orgamzatlonal ablllty along thlq lme me elected hlm to one of the coyeted posltlons on the June Week Commlttee Athletlcally he excelled 1n occer and was on the Var lty Tennls Team story HIS generosity and vyllllngness to help along mth hls unparalleled mterest 1n all sltuatlon make hxm a xerv popular member of our class and one upon whom we can always depend 25 .. 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Y LH , , nn ucille green "People may come to do anytlzilzg almost. by talking of iff, 1? 4'6" Ann came to us ln the 9th grade and has lnce become an lndlspensable member of our class She has dner e lntere ts Wallx Mllltfh Ford wacatlon durln the week end Ocean Clty and trwlnr to act sophl tlcated about 21 Her large green ewes seem to become anlmated when she tells of her prexlous week: nd and other colorful ad xenture BCSldCS haxlng a wonderful sense of humor she also has a erlous g1dE and IQ serx dependable She worked the June Week Commlttee Ann Q athleuc enthu lasm wa shown two years ago when she malmed the lacro se coach wlth one of her well known shots Her lowalts for the French Department far out hmes her athletlc and she pends weeks celebratlng the end of school each sear at that con erx atlse place omewhere on the ea tern hore JUNE WEEK COMMITTEE-4 BOOSTER CLEBR4 u5,000" CLUB-2. 3. 4 BAZAAR. SPECIAL SY-XCKS-1 Lnwas erlng IH her dex OIIOH to C H Q and the 'Vlor ue he can usually be found at one or the other She ported a cast for mam week and ha dexeloped a phobla about falling down teps-e peclallx tho e whole fll ht at Ocean Cltx Vi lthout a doubt Ann would be soted the funnle 1 and mo t talkatne lrl lll the clas thl ran be proxed hx the hllarxtx and achmg lde ln the lunch room 26 3 if, rf 1 I A-V S. v . . NV .V S . S V V . V SV V . S . g V V V . VV U V .S. - V ' sl s ' Q Q N ' . ' hard on the Bazaar and the Holly Ball. and was elected to ' . 's ', ' s Y ' Y L v l S s ' s ' s. s ' ' ' t s ' ' ' s, ' s s . 3 V V . . V . U Q ' V S Q . .-. , L. . - . - V' ' s s ' ' ' ' s s ' V' s ' . 'g s H . ' ' 'S s "g" '.s: 's' ' . . VV . S. VS . V V f en ray Lafane ammon "A creative economy is the fuel of magnificence? JV FOOTBALL I 2 .IX BASKETBALL I 2 3 VARSITY BASKETBALI 4 JV LACROSSE I 2 3 VARSITY LACROSSE 4 HOINOR ROLL I 2 3 4 QUAKER CO EDITOR 4 MIXED CHORUS 3 4 DRAVIATICS 1 2 BAZAAR BOOKS-4 hard worker h1s mldnl ht Oll can often be seen burn1n When you look for the foundat1on of our cla Henry us academ1callv but more than that he ha added both Perhaps the ma1n theme 1n Henry s character IS the constant drlye and y1tal1ty wh1ch he radlates at all t1me Thls reflects dlrectlv on h1s Urades where he IS usually able to scrape by vy1th an A or B Thl 1 nothm neyy for Henry s1nce he has been on the honor roll repeatedly smce he Jomed the class 1n the ey enth grade HIS y1tal1ty can be notlced by anyone yy1th1n hearm dlstanee of hlm If h1s mouth 1snt spread 1n a ,rm 1t 1 usually actlvely enbaoed 1n speech Regardle of the IOPIC of d1scuss1on H H can defend any pomt leayln you to wonder who brought the vyhole thm up Hls ab1l1ty to sell an 1dea made h1m one of the all tlme great 1n the bookroom where he determlnedly kept any one from hay mg a gullty consclence As co ed1tor of th1s yearbook Henry has certalnly achneyed a hlgh standard of excellence Be1n an extremely Cettm thmgs done IS hls true and perhaps best attrlbute s name cannot go unmentloned He has obylously helped color and llfe to the school 27 . . "v , 7 n Q 7 7 l A 11 1 - . . - , ,. 6 ' 1' , --A y I rf 1 'y V Z 9 - '1 ' SWA., L ' r," , 1 ' 1' ., X 1 5 - 4 ,J ' A " - Q 1 .V 1 ' 1 ,, f V' I - , 1, 3 hiy- L v 7 ,f fy lv' 1 of f 1' 'V A A .Q ' 2 ' 1 , y ., yuan J., . A NJ- ' K, of f' .D K K .i X ,I ' sf 2- y, X r N X LL ..L"' f it Q 1 f 7, K 1 , X If Cha it l ,C 1' , f N. L, X xx Y . . , . X " " " ' ' ., ' s. . . . U I . y 2 N ,, , y. . .S.S .g u . .. N . Sv I . . ' P . . U . . , . U. . .S . UU . U SS . . . . y. U, , . . U. C' ' . . . . U S. 9 ,I ,' ' . v . .U K ' ' C' ' . ' 1 S S- S - ' ' ' ss " ' . - " -y' ' . s ' - . v-I ' kt. fb, M dt . , I ' A . . , 0 ' , 4 ' . all "-,' If i! aargafa' nne kj-I-OAC ' , J ' H 'A - v 'Q - "A merry heart goes all the day." before school and we know that Anne has arrned ln her usual good humor Anne graced us nlth her entrance ln the seventh grade and ever slnce has kept us aware of her presence A tres actne member of our clas she has aided m all projects from collectln sandvsuhes on the unforgettable Sldwell Daw to co edltor of the 1939 uaker Her taste 1n men runs mostlx to those attendlng Duke and holldays are kept busy by a certaln member of the freshman class of thls well losed college Perlodl alls Anne announces another one of her famous dxets vshlch she dlllgently follows untll MISS Mlchel forgets and serves ICC cream one of Anne s greatest weakne se She pend her summers at a local club helplng to teach swlmmln Wlth an occaslonal never to be forgotten weekend at Ocean Clty VARSITY HOCKEY I 2 .IV BASKETBALL I VARSITY BASKETBALL 2 3 4 VARSITY LACROSSE 2 VARSITY TENNIS-4 CHEERLEADING I 2 3 CO CAPTAIN 4 QUAKER CO EDITOR 4 SENATE 3 4 STUDENT COURT 3 4 ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE SERVICE COVIMITTEE 3 4 SECRETARY-4 AFFILIATION COMMITTEE I 2 5000 CLUB 2 3 4 GLEE CLUB 3 BAZAAR GIFTS 4 It can be truly sald that Anne ha partlcxpated ln just about every extra currlcular actlwltw there IS Among others she represented the class on the Senate for two sears In sports she has been a re ular member of the hockey team and basketball team for four xears A IOCHPISID of cheerleading Anne has helped to cheer and encourage the teams to occaslonal XlCl0I'1ES INO matter what the future brmgs forth for her me know Anne will be a sma hlng succe 28 Lt t J ,U w ' W 9 .flv S 1 V160 K l i 9 9 39 4 LM . . - l 9 9 ' 9 9 9 4' 7 - ... T 9 '-' 9 9 9 -.4 fl I -. , K I + L 9 66 77 9 i 9 9 , ... 211:21----" ll' E 'L W Y' lit I 1 Peals of laughter come from the library every morning Q ' l , V ' V 9 Xl L I 44 -29 'V , Sing I . . . . g V ax ca - v V 9v - ' T 'AA ' , 7 ' s 4 s. s s . V. . g , , ' I' . g , ' 1' . s f - ' ' ' Y ' U ' ' " s ' - s-. osePA 611972112 "No stranger in the crowd could doubt, fwas Casey at the bat." WWE-' 19 if 170- VARSITY FOOTBALL 1 2 MJ, I CO CAPTAIN-4 "M" VARSITY BASKETBALL 1 2 1 L1-ff WV' VARSITY LACROSSE 1 2 4 AJ 9wJ,l,,.f EXCHANGE STUDENT 3 Q I AFFILIATION COMMITTEE-4 'V RELIGIOUS LIFE 'M' W7 COMMITTEE 2 4 MIXED CHORUS 1 2 4 7 ' VICE PRESIDENT 4 VICE PRESIDENT CLASS 2 4 BAZAAR GAMES 4 Gene has been a standout In the class of 59 sInce he entered Frlends In the seventh grade Wlth an Influentlal personality he soon won many friends In the classroom with skill and endurance Gene was one of the few bows to earn three varsity letters In hls freshman year How ever much to the dlSm8V of the coaches In hIs jumor year Fugene was selected to be sent abroad as an exchange student to our affiliated school In England He wIll remem ber well the mcknames of Eddie England and Larry London Golng to England dld not destroy Gene s Influ ence among hlS classmates To exemphfy thls fact he was elected to the post of class uce president for his senlor year The class Romeo In hlS whlte sweater Gene has charmed the female contmgent at Frlends mth a preference for blondes After returnmg home from hIs sojourn In En land Gene once agaln took his stand on the football basketball and lacrosse teams He carrled on hIs work wlth the Rellglous Llfe Committee and the Aflillatlon Commlttee He was elected vice presldent of the Mlxed Chorus of which he has always been an active member If Gene follows the abIlIty he has dlsplased at Frlends School he will be a success In any field he wlshe to pursue 29 T 9 9 I .. , 7 , 1 Q 1' 9 9 .. I H V V .Af ,f 2 ' I V I . J.. Q , 7 , T 9 9 . - , , ' 9 - 9 If , .- . ,- . . , . . and also on the athletic field. Combining his personality 7 ,vh 9 , 9 Y . . , . 1 . , ' 3 7 v. . . . . g q . . Q 1 . . . JY . , . . . S . arty ghzageiw gHu8fAes 6'Sensibility' of mind is indeed the parent of erery 1'lflllP.,, I Eyery thlrd Frlday of the school year founcl Nlary III Mr Rlchardsons office frantlcally foldln uzlls to be malled Mary undertook a large ta lx yyhen she became clrculatlon edltor of the Quill Hoyyey er he has clone the job yylth finesse throughout the year makln lt pos lble for subscribers to TSCCIVC thelr uzlls properly addressed and on tlmel Slnee jomrn the Dramatnc Club 1n her sophomore year Mary has had many good role ln the or anllatlon plays In her junlor year Mary won the Dramatic Club award For genume 1nterest ID the theater as an art In her enlor year she was one of two tudents yyho dlreeted a one act Comedy 'Nlary al o ha bcen the a 1 t ant director of the Dramatlc Club mam play for tyyo years Sport play a large part lll 'Nlary llfe both Ill ch ol J.v. HOCKEY-3, 4 VARSITY SWIMMINGMI VARSITY LACROSSE-2. 3 DRAMATICS 2 3 4 DRAMATICS AWARD QUILL-4 BAZAAR BOOKS-4 and out For tyyo year Mary ha been a yaluable and appreclated member of the ,lunlor Y ar lty Hockey team ancl for seyeral years she ha been on the War :ty l lrls La ro e team Out of school Mary tyy o fayorltes are fldlllg a sport she complaln she ha little tune for and svylmn mg yyhleh keeps her relaxed ln the summer months Mary s cletermlnatlon PBUKIIKL ancl en c of humor yylll 1n ure hcr a succes ful future ln teachlng or yyhateyer career she ultlmately choose 30 ay goocbng arllbfin 'Sugar and spice and everything nice." VARSITY BADMINTON-3, 4 BOOSTER CLUB-1, 2, 3, 4 CHAIRMAN-3 C.A.A. REPRESENTATIVE-1 SENATE-3, 4 SECRETARY-W3 SOCIAL COMMITTEE 2 AFFILIATION COMMITTEE 2 3 4 SECRETARY 3 CLEE CLUB 3 DANCE COMMITTEE I 3 4 DANCE CO CHAIRMAN 2 JUNE WEEK COMMITTEE 4 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB 4 QUILL-4 QUAKER-4 BAZAAR FLOWERS 4 Slnce enterlng school In her freshman year Fay has been a welcome addItIon to her class because Of her cheer ful manner and ready smlle Always Wllllllg to JOIII In when help was needed she has become a very popular member of the Class She has been the malnstay of the art department wIth her Oflglnal Ideas whlch have won much pralse Her sklll In maklng posters and decoratlons has added much Color to the School and IIS soclal functxons notable career In thls Held As chalrman of the Booster Club last year Fay went all out to Improve the school plflt and Showed herself to be a very capable leader ln her Senior year she sers ed as art edltor of the uzll and uaker and has done a magnlhcent job on both Soclally there IS newer a dull week end In Fas lIfe A pa t member of the teen board at a department store and also a model she IS always on the go Known for her artIstIC talent he proved herself to be an all around glrl by bemg elected to the Senate for two years and maklng the badmlnton team for vshlch he was rewarded wIth a blazer l A T 7 1 - 9 1 , - At College Fay wishes to major in art and should have a n S n g I l n ' , ' ' - ' fs ' . I S , ' V A . . . . , S V . , , V ' 31 ,J j . 'QW 'Jl,lKmd!rfAa Louise egan wif Ye Q , , jf J' 'Blushmg is the colour of virtuef' ap 1 ' J af S Slnce her enrollment at Frlends 1n the elghth grade Martha has made lnnumerable contrlbutlons to school llfe Wmnlng everyones respect Martha capably headed the Alhllatlon Comrmttee untll It became qulte domlnant ln the mlnds of Frlends students She showed her organlza tlonal genlus ln a1d1ng the productlon of a successful bazaar Despite the busy schedule she 15 able to mamtaln steadv grades Wlth such a vlvaclous personallty lt IS no wonder that Martha has become one of the most popular and BCIIVC glrls both ln school and out Representlng the ldeals of Frlends School wlth a well rounded personality Mar tha can be counted on by everyone Her outslde ZCIIVIIICS also move at a rapxd pace and one can lnvarlably hear the names of Cannon College Hopkins and the Naval Academy ln her conversatlons What wonderful stones she tells of these' In the summer her busy VARSITY BADMINTON 2 3 CAPTAIN-4 VARSITY LACROSSE 2 SENATE 1 BOOSTER CLUB I 2 3 SOCIAL COMMITTEE 2 AFFILIATION COMMITTEE 2 3 4 CHAIRMAN 3 RELIGIOUS LIFE COMMITTEE 3 4 GLEE CLUB 3 DANCE CO CHAIRMAN 3 JUNE WEEK COMMITTEE 4 BAZAAR CO CHAIRMAN 4 salhng on the famlly boat and trlps to Long Island keep Next year Martha will enter Westhampton the glrls part of the Unlverslty of Rxchmond and after college wlll follow a career m soclal work We have no doubt that she wlll find success ln the future alded by her many talents and warm personallty 32 ff I if J- ag' y J - ap' T of -H94 y. - . . - .. I . - I essie maffAews evering 'The female of the species is more deadly than the male." SOCIAL COMMITTEE-3 QUILL-4 A DANCE, CO-CHAIRMAN-4 BOOSTER CLUB 4 BAZAAR CAKE AND CANDY 4 Foo-4 H no,-, 'Quan Q..-,yd L1'sa.nJM34X A19-Jus Qpg,-I 5 VIQPQ ws ist, YTQQPQ oh- sp-us Thgvq he V-.A 1 gals gvnacx -13.9, hugh ,und Cwhx iYNAi 354 'NYC 'bs-.ng is Ymngg ,Q 3s1ibx A welcome addition to our class last year Jessie has been actlve in school BCIIYIUCS and spearheaded her friends career this year by being chosen co chairman of the Hollv Ball Due to her persex erance 1n seemc that the unique decoratlons were finished as well as smoothing Over the many other difficulties that arose Jessie vsa instrumental IH makin the dance a success When the time arrives for posters to be made to adxertl e games made use of her literary talents whenexer they needed clexer article Besides pursuing her sarlous achutles at school she also pursues numerous other at PI'lI1C6tOIl Yale and the Naval Academy Boasting a gorneous Florida tan big green ewes and blonde hair he 15 one of the main attrac tions of our class She may be most often heard saung Frank and I are back together again My pllls Ive just got to go home and get nn pills and Let O take a walk She has a deep affection for Ocean Citi ummer at the lake BSW and Frank Deford She want a bl Florida football player for raduatlon and mth her odds she will get hun but the odds are a am t fittln him in her mldoet car 33 , - - . Q Q . . 'Ji U Loaf - U 7 V. . , W - V . . U H . . V . , Y L . -A: .Zi Y . . . 0. V S . . . U , A l. - - A ' A ' " - C ' 's -. . , 9 ' Jessie can be found working diligently. Also the Quill i Q ' ' s. V, M N S ' , 6. v V. M. U 5 . . . 65 - as sa - 1 - i v - vs .. -- I 7 9 ' , 5 g ' ." ' ' ' S s , ' , . Q ' s 'g . I- g . . .. 5 g. . F g . S . g . . . U . ar ara ary oiiincrleman '6H0w high a pitch her resolution soarsf, fix announcements for the Welfare Commlttee drlves and yarlous other projects? Its Barbara of course mth her twlflkllllg blue eyes and wavy blonde halr Because she halls from Waynesboro Pennsylx an1a she has spent her three years at Frlends ln the Forbush home After sklpplng her jumor year she JOIDCCI the class of D9 and became an mtegral part of lt How she manages to keep up her excellent grades and partlclpate ln so many school 3CIlYl ties IS a contmual amazement to her clas mates Her mam offices are Secretary of the Sen tte on uhlch he has been a member for two year and Pre ldent of the Wel fare Commlttee She also IS actne on the International Relatlons Club and vsas a member of the Nllxed Choru In the athletlc field he play on the Jumor War Its Hockey squad IV HOCKEY 4 HONOR ROLL I 2 .9000 CLUB INTERN ATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB I 2 SENATE 2 4 SECRETARY 4 STUDENT COURT 4 WELFARE COMMITTEE 2 4 PRESIDENT 4 MIXED CHORUS I 2 4 BAZAAR PHOTOGRAPHS Much of her tlme after school hours IS spent playlng the plano at wshlch he IS hlghlx kllled We shall newer forget her marvellous accompamment ln playmg the finale lll the Song of Norway last year As we part at the end of th1 year we mll not remember Barbara for her uccess 1n all actlyrtle ll wlll be her qulet and gentle humor her lmplluty her WlllII'lgIlCQS to help other people her generoslty and her warm f fectlon toward every body 34 A It h- v s 4 44" 79 T 2 4 A 5 7 1. A A h- a pg - , z ,WA ' W 9 ,fs yy l T E ' I ' 9 9 ' f .' , -4 r " I ' , L1 l J ' P 'L s 5 L. 4 lf' L 4 vxl' ,l I - K J J ., V V. 4 K xg Li I . X y I' : , I I 4 ,. fix y . , y ' X 2 .L . I ' , Who is the girl who is constantly making assembly ' l ' ! , - '7 f ' ' ' ' ' es .. ' ' .' 2 , ' '- s I .V Sv S. ' . S vs . . S. V . . V. U - rp- ' v ,ev I . v is V , Q, S 4 . ' . Y. . S: . . . , S. V, . . M , ., . micAael 04nfAonCy errill 4'The greater man, the greater courtesy? VARSITY BASKETBALL 3 VARSITY LACROSSE 3 4 SENATE PRESIDENT 4 STUDENT COURT-4 AFFILIATION COVIVIITTEE SERVICE COMMITTEE 4 SAFETY COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE 3 BAZAAR HABERDASHERY than rv..-Q-suit okit lyk tk., -cf 5, s.1J-va Cwx., x xAA.!x1, X-4.A.SCSgp-Aj kj. .gjrtj o-JN 'XJ'-49.3 1156 Q5 I M Q.-QXJL Leader frlend student and athlete Sklp 'Vlerrlll IS all of these and more As a student he dlSIlI1DU1Sl1Cd hlmself hy bemg a co wlnner of the ,lumor En llsh PFIZC Sklp 15 a standout lacrosse player for ln hrs Jumor ar he became a member of the flrt attack and ha shown hls great speed and ablllty ln becomm a fine at tackman on the Frlends squad H15 abxllty IS also proven on the basketball tourt where he has hmsn that peed IS more lmportant than IZC In hls frrst year at Frlends he wa elerted Pre ldent of the Student Senate Here he led the Senate ln one of 1t most actne years whrch lncluded a complete chan IH f the Constltutlon In addltlon to work on the Senate Sklp IS also a member of the Sernce COIYIHIIIICC and la t year headed the succesful clothln drne Ham 1 the trme that we hase seen hun make an appeal to the tudent bodx for some charxty durmn mormn collectron d Xl l l ss ltll But there IS another slde to Sklp The most IIIIIJOTIHHI ablllty he has IS beln a fflell may IDI ln ant f f ll h h yen IIIIIISEII to be every body s frlend Of Skip ll may be ald he walk m a ready word o pral e or a e a pro gentle courtesy 35 1. 3 4 -17 I , , - A . I -3, 4 a 1 L 'N 1 1 9 'Ll' Nx A Y, ff, A l L ' f ' a , . . , R ., t. 6 C .1 - .vtgf,, ..,. , wflr 'st' A u 'N . X L ,Q -xsxg'-4 ,X lx- Ai A. 1, . Aj fl w tr- , .Q .V . ." dir-Lzrfk ' 1.1. ' L- I' 7 S- A V ' . 544. Q 0 .. ' , - 'Axle N I . ' ' 'Q - , . xx ' V I - s v 1- L' , . , T . L . . l . . U . . K , , . - . . g. . l 4 . . , . . . . so vo 5 ' . S . .. . . U4 - z:- . . S , S . . S. . - I ' I , ' S ' S. - I k . .S ., Q v . . g. g 0 MS . g .V A A 1- .S . 1 v A S '- . V . U . U . D . . . . . .g . .L -yssmg W. 's , s ' '- ', ' . T" I' 's' '99 y argaref adnne urgafrory ' W '6Her air, her manners, all who sauf admiredf' tl wafxuu. I 1 1 it 3 'F L ix.:-fs g3f,,:X I ' nz,-v? I.:-fvx '.eAa,LL, :gy-Y,f'Ffk.ICrxC,g11l SLD 51:13 Elon- ,LLQY -X44-.S sbuvswxqf ll Sxrnx XAMCYIK xx Lass VARSITY BADMINTON-3, 4 , BOOSTER CLUB-3 'WWII AFFILIATION COMMITTEE-3, 4 MIXED CHORUS-4 BAZAAR CHRISTMAS TABLE A Marg as she IS usually called by her classmates jomed our class of 09 In her jumor year and ImmedIatelv became one of us Eagerness and cheerfulness plus a sense of humor that S Marg Always keepmg u In stltches we hear about her latest crItIcal Illness whIle she carefully dlssects her food at the lunch table for any slgns of botullsm or trIchInosIs A wery consclentlous student Margs marks were al 'Nm wavs above average Tres bzen In francaI she was one of the few members of the French IV class Due to her terrlfic enthusIasm and WllllIlgI1CSS to work we she was In the mldst of many extra currlcular actIvItIes , As a member of AflIlIatIon ConImIttee Nlarg was often seen sellmg food to the supporters of the F S teams ,lust ask her how that hot dog cooker works It took her all lacrosse season to figure It out BCS1dCS lendmg her voIce to the MIxed Chorus Marg was one ofthe top racket swIngers of the badmlnton team for whlch she won her red blazer ID her Jumor Iear Outslde of chool 'Nlarg has many Interests A lobster red burn In 'Nlarch proses her Interest 15 aIlIng In the Severn lsn t that where the Naval Academy IS Marg? In addltlon to a pass1on for South AmerIca sunny Callfornla also holds Marg s Interest and not only the palm trees 36 A , I , 1 my A 'LA I 9 I . . ,,. . . . . . Z ' s, I. , v Y . . - I . S M , - - a v, ' , - , I y :, 1. ' i I ' 'Q ' . 277' ' l V, lsjfzef 1 , ,I .asv . . . . f , ' G-J , 1 A " I' . . V - . . . . -. ,gf w ! 1 v . . . . 4. - as - 7 9 l l ,' ' , S A . D . A V . . S . . . . , . , , . nna Misa anzironi "Ez soshubble ez a baskit ev kittensf' VARSITY' TENNIS-4 MIXED CHORUS-4 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB--4 AFFILIATION COMMITTEE 4 5000 CLUB 4 BAZAAR CHRISTMAS TABLE-4 'vs Anna IS usually seen rushmg gally down the hall to her next actlvlty or chattlng anlmatedly ln the mlddle of It It 15 thls contagious enthuslasm and warm smlle whlch Immediately opened the arms of the Lpper School to Anna and made her a valued member of the senlor class An American Fleld SCIVICC exchange student from Italy Anna quickly became fluent ln English to the extent that she made hugh grades ln her two Engllsh and two Hlstory courses In splte of thus dxilicult academlc schedule Anna stlll had tlme to work with the Aflilxatlon Com'n1ttee and the Mlxed Chorus and was a notable addltlon to both organ lzatlons Tr the Amll3t1OIl Commlttee as well as the Internatloral Relations Club she contrlbuted the news of an lrtelllgent forelgn observer and to the Mlxed Chorus a fine alto voice slnglng a solo on the Chrlstmas program Anna s favorlte sport IS tennls although she also enjoys basketball her selection for a wmter sport Hockey was new to her but by the end of the eason -Xnna was maklng good shots toward the goal In between her school HCIIYIIISS Anna stxll has tlme to VISII museums go to plays and concerts and to learn firsthand about our American culture Iof course this culture lncludes bowsll We wlsh Anna a uccessful future as an mterpreter or a journallst 66 as 9 , . 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Ar, of '- fl ,1 "An inextinguishable laughter rose among the godsf, 7 f Robert Stanton Patterson known by everyone as Bob IS outstandlng for h1s 1nterest ln athletlcs Accordlng to Bob the only thlng that the school actually needs IS a full day of sports For h1s Wlll1Ilgl'ICSS and ablhty on the award ln h1s favorlte sport football Although h1s greatest fame IS 1n sports behlnd the scenes of the class functlons one w1ll find Ole Bob domg more than h1 share of the work As head of the Assembly Commlttee Bob has seen to It that thls year s programs are lnterestmg by lncludlng a great deal of student talent When one meets Bob he w1ll be lmpressed by Bobs frxendlmess and h1s ab1l1ty to have somethlng to say It IS this tralt of frlendlmess that has helped h1m along 1n hrs career for at the Y 'VI C A he IS one of the best counselors and can always be depended upon to do I, ,!,J .IV FOOTBALL 1 2 VARSITY FOOTBALL 3 4 .IV BASKETBALL I 2 3 VARSITY BASKETBALL-4 JV LACROSSE I 2 VARSITY LACROSSE 3 4 BAA PRESIDENT 4 SENATE 3 4 STUDENT COURT 3 4 ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE 3 4 """"" CHAIRMAN 1 sa' QUILL 4 AFFILIATION COMMITTEE 3 4 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB 4 BAZAAR GAMES 4 a good job Bob s gregarlou ne has pald off for hlm al o for 1n the Young People group at hls church Bob has been 1n many plaxs It 1 saxd that he 1 a superb actor Frlends School IS proud to hawe such a fine well rounded person ln IIS senlor cla s 38 - - 1 1 .HI , ' - T 1 9 . . i , -16, m1 W V ' ...-. 1 9 . "' 9 4 r' it. I 7 , ... 1 9 H I' , V . . athletic fields. Bob received the Player of the Month I Y ' G6 79 ' ' s - I . , . . , V . . 5 , V. . Y . , .L . . ., ' . , . 1 . . . v . . s ss s , , . . I . S' Jfm EVQCQ Q fs f sig 'Y - xr A -,- , 'Le Ll, Uk. icharcl rommer 1 'Z-4 pf 4 - Q Nik ,CT fa "Ye that have faith to look with fearless eyesf, be ' JV FOOTBALL 1 2 VARSITY FOOTBALL 3 4 .IV BASKETBALL 1 2 .IV LACROSSE 1 2 3 VARSITY LACROSSE-4 MIXED CHORUS 1 3 4 SERVICE COMMITTEE-4 5000 CLUB 2 3 4 BAZAAR ROLLER COASTER-4 ...WL NA One thmg that IS obvlously unlque about Karl IS the spellmg of hrs name Normally from the pronunclatlon one would thmk ll to be Carl Frommer or at least Phrommer However Karl wlth hls extreme good natured sense of humor has enjoyed along wlth hrs mam frxend thls Slllglllaflty By hrs verx nature Karl IS one never to mlss a good tlme Thls may be shown from hls charmlng the member of the weaker sex to hls m hts out mth the boys I school as a member of the 'VI1xed Chorus he also howed hrs happy Splfll But dont get Karl wrong for he IS probably one of the most SCIIOUS members of our class Whlle bemg a member of the Seruce Commlttee he ha also WTIIICII many fine artlcles for the Quzll He was rewarded for hrs true ablllts 1n belng a sincere hard worker bs I'CCClNll'lg an award as an unsung hero durlng football season lhls award recognlzed hlm as havlng done much for the team and yet not always bem notlced Karl has also proven hr ablllty 1n basketball and lacrosse As far as the future IS concerned he IS serlouslw conslderm belng a mlm ter Everyone ln our class agrees that Karl wlth hls serlous yet joyful and optlmlstlc outlook wlll do much good ln the work of thls nature 39 H tr '7 ' 61112 HZ -Jxjf '33 o n aws ollarci ky Such hzgh bred manners such go My wz Q ,Auf IV, 09 ,Qui 1' "Qs NW I if 'ff 5 5 'gf 1 P A I .4 7 f I A 1 nu, M, I A congemal manner enhanced by a magnetlc grm and a talent for making frlend haye marked John as one of the brlghtest personalltles of the class of D9 smce he entered Frlends In the nlnth grade John has been actxve In many of the academlc SOC1al and athlCt1C extracurrlcular functlons of the school-out standmgly so In not a few John slngs In the Oplnlon of many he slngs yery well The numerous muslcal productxons In whlch he has held promlnent If not leadmg roles hase been rather sue cessful John Inslsts however that muslc Wlll never be more than a hobby for hlm HIS asplratlons go no hlgher than equalllng the fame of say EHTICO Caruso He wlll stop then and leave fortune to the more talented John has been well llked by the teachers and has often been seen engaged In deep and no doubt ph1losOphIcal v FOOTBALL 1 Moy VARSITY FOOTBALL-4 SOCCER 2 39 Jv BASKETBALL 1 2 7 VARSITY TENNIS 1 2 3 SOOO CLUB 2 3 4 AEEILIATION COMMITTEE MIXED CHORUS 2 3 A QUAKER-4 RELIGIOUS LIFE COMMITTEE 3 4 CHAIRMAN-4 HONOR ROLL B DANCE CO CHAIRMAN BAZAAR DINNER 4 conver at1On wIth MISS Hetrlck Nlr Shners and 'Nlr Forbush Jr Mrs Walkers room eems to haxe held a strange attractlon for hlm also If we may be permxtted to as lt perhaps John one fallmg ha been hI shy and retlrmg nature toward glrls Fantastlc as It may seem durmg h1 four years at Friends John ha never been heard to ey en talk to a glrl How ever In v1ew of hls other achlevements thls shortcomlng may be overlooked 40 A . Y. v UI u 9 0 aa - t '.l , - u 3 , M I . . - , , 3 I , J' 7 9 v I ac as ,Q s 7 9 I Z 7 ' 9 ix T 1 , A.: -, . -1 I , W . LI , , y, , 4 a If . , ,G an al: .U f cf :arf -' 223:11 I I- ' P' fflf!:'fj'fl 'TU 'V ' 4 k 'i: 's:!" ig, qt' 4 A f,r.:,: :aff iris: - . I 1 ' 1: ,V-.. ,fkgj,f!, SQL - rw,--:ew :1 1-v A z: - Q - :ff'f:f:-:-B ,ff I: . ww ff:-:-f ff- 'f ' f J ,EPA ,,r,f,.:j!": fda' in g 1 I " S:"'s ' "rfrfr:r,ffrIll rfb k 7' ':"""'r" "' 'WL Y Y . . Y . . . ,.- , . 7 Y 1 Y . . . V . Y Y . J . I . 9 9 Y ' ' 9 as as - - - - , .. '1 . . Y . . . . .v V , Y S , I . , . .Q , . 1 . S L Q Y . S v . , .5 . . S .S M A . . v , g v 5 I. , S . c7QicA arc! Marcy rice "Strive mightily but eat and drink s friends? WV VARSITY FOOTBALL-I, 2, 3 VARSITY BASKETBALL-1, 2, 3, 4 f fb CO CAPTAIN 4 VARSITY LACROSSE 1 2 3 4 CO CAPTAIN 3 CLASS PRESIDENT 4 S ENATE 3 M NJA BAZAAR MERRY GO ROUND 4 whlle he 15 serxous mlnded ln some respects he IS qulte Marcy jolned the class of 59 ln the seventh grade lmmedlately adapted hlmself and became a leadlng figure ln our class Always rn a gay and easy gomg mood he IS nevertheless qulte serlous when he stars on the athletic fields He made varslty football basketball and lacrosse 1n hrs freshman year and kept up hls good record He recelved a neck lnjury whlch kept hlm out of football thls year but bounced back to hxs old aglle self he has achleved an excellent reputatlon In hls jumor year he was co captaln of the lacros e team and wa placed on the first strlng All Maryland Team Number 12 means terror on the lacrosse field and the college that gets Marce gets our choice for an All Amerlcan Be ldCS leadlng the class ln sports he ls also presldent of the class an lIlHl1CI'lll8l and responslble posltlon But jovial 1n others Marcy has especlally trong attractlons for whlte plymouth convertlbles June and Washlngton He may be most often heard saylng Isnt that a Yale and Harvard are begging me to apply and I loye bananas 41 . .. . I T e 9 ' 9 W 1 , . S 1 9 ' ' -1 Y ,I . . , . , Y . ' . , ' Y 5 7 . l , . . to star in basketball. Lacrosse is his favorite sport, and ' - ' s , ' s l , S. . . , .Q . ' , ' ' ' at 9 -- 19 Y 5 ' 7 Y 66 - Y as as as 9 ' - 201272 Olflg QS eeac yr. "His time is forever, everywhere his place." 44 fl: -giiiifz-1e4 is. Chevy convertlble partlally bald blrthday partle Klttv Anne regular V1 lts to a certam dentl t broken leg the e are closely ldentrfied wlth the colorful per onallty of George Dougla who for reasons clouded bs time has been mssterlou ly dubbed wlth the nlckname of Danny A happy go lucky fellow Danny lGeorgeJ has made frlends not only wxth h1s fellow cla smates but wlth mans of the lower classmen a well He has always been Wllllng to do his hare and even a llttle more Esen though he partlclpates 1n many extra currlcular actlvttle h 1 hard worker scholastlcally Hls wllllngne to work hard and learn has netted hlm a good scholastlc average Durmg Danny s lCeorge I past five wear at Frlend he has served on and headed many COITIITIIIICCS Hls ablhts not only to lead but to be able and w1ll1n to follow has made hlm one of the leader of the Class of 59 ,l.V. FOOTBALL-I VARSITY FOOTBALL-2. 3. 4 .l.V. BASKETBALL-2 VARSITY BASKETBALL4 4 CO CAPTAIN 4 IN LACROSSE I 2 VARSITY LACROSSE 3 4 JUNE WEEK COMMITTEE 4 CLASS PRESIDENT 'S INTERNATIONAI RFI ATIONS CLUB 4 B A A TREASURER-4 ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE 4 RELIGIOUS LIFE COMMITTEE 2 3 4 AFFILIATION COMMITTEE 2 3 4 SENATE 1 4 TREASURER-4 BAZAAR HABERDASHERY 4 Thls year Danny lCeorgeI recelved perhap the greate t trlhute for hls hard work and determmatu n whlle at Frlend He was awarded the 'VlcCorm1ck Ln ung Hero Award for football an award that he I'lLlIlX de ersed Because of his hard work and frlendlx helpfulness Danny lCeorgel Reed w1ll long be remembered hx h1 fellow schoolmates Good luck ln later l1fe Danny 42 D ACOJOYG A 6122? 05214 ZY8' " 7 -J A. I l A J ' - y A V 'gif' , HI rant as well as thouf' ' I . I r Q f , Z I 1 A l V P I 'f if ' jj' L ,MPX lA X ,ROL ' Q' i J' L, SOCCER-I, 2 fi l ' O VARSITY EOOTRALL,Iv pf' A 2 , MANAGER-3 4 XL VARSITY TENNIS MANAGER MIXED CHORUS I 2 2 4 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CL R I 2 S 4 sooo CLUB 2 S 4 BAZAAR PONY CARTS-4 Lf W' OPIHIODS dlffer as to the quality of the actors In our class but no one questlons the actlng Hblllty of Ted RO en berg He has been a member of the Mlxed Chorus smce he entered Frlends In the elghth grade Last year VII Bartley was IH need of a boy to portray an exclted ltallan theatrlcal agent In The Song of Norway After trym, Several people She cast her lot for Ted who e stupendou portrayal of that dlfficult part was one of the reasons whx the Song of Norway was a success HIS famous word Prlma Donnas Prlma Donnas' l ' wxll remam an Im portant part of the Immortal Frlends School hlstorw Apart from bemg an excellent actor Ted has many other abIlIt1es Every srxth perlod he can be found IH the Audltorxum playlng that fascmatlng game of Brldge or at the Stelnway Concert Grand playlng the Grelg Con certo Who knows? Someday he may become a Rubm stem Whenever you see Ted In the hall or on the parkmg lot you can usually find a huoe bclence Fxctlon book Mrs Walker In first year hlstory always commended Ted for hlS great deslre to read He IS one of the more studlous members of our class and hopes to spend hIs next four years at Carnegle Tech We wlsh hlm much success In the years to come 43 1 L ,I 3 1 1's U-, ,, 66 97 7 919 9 2 S ' l ' l . ' I SS , v - - 44 usa -U , , ' S S as va . ' C. t S H . . ,, V. . . , ... ' 9 - 1 v , . , N.. .. .Q . . Q U - I 5 I . . , ' We cylfl MJOGA "Opinion can do much, and indeed she is that great lady which rules the uorldf, aeowww JV HOCKEY I 2 VARSITY HOCKEY 3 1 CO CAPTAIN 4 VARSITY LACROSSE 2 3 AFFILIATION COMMITTEE BOOSTER CLUB 4 FS REPRESENTATIVE TO UNITED NATIONS YOUTH OF MARYLAND 4 QUILL CO EDITOR 4 BAZAAR SPECIAL SNACKS 4 Ifdlgffvpy ef' If QMJ' CUJ Jr' If you see a short blonde runnmg IH the office to ask Have the PICIUTCS come yet? thats Robyn As co edltor of the uzll she always has last mlnute doubts as to whether the paper wlll come out or not that month Desplte thIs she takes lIfe llghtly though as proven by the fact that at such tlmes she wIll very llkely say I reslgnl However the paper agaln thIs year placed second In the Columbla UH1V6fS1tyS ratlng of our SIZE school newspapers Smce she entered Fnends In the first grade Robyn ha shown that her Interests and ablllllCS l1e In many fields Her prowess as VarsIty goalle for two years won her much pralse and In 57 won her a posltlon on the Second Team All Maryland at Hockey Playday As In everythlng she does Robyn dIsplays a llght happy sIde also Thls undoubtedly was one of the rea ons why to the Frlends Hockey Team whIle at Hockey Camp she became known a the happIest one there It wa there also where he confronted her team mates In O by 9 goalle shoes that he earned the affectlonate name of Pussy foot The students at College Park are sure to find acqualntance wlth Robyn as full of laughter and good fellowshIp as we the class of O9 and all of Frlends School dld 44 Q u i7 , My I -,.,4 Al A Jwivq 1, 2, 3,4 , , - I , Q A' ii ,,, I I-Lf ' f'1'l'Ilv .f'-ff, . . M I Aff' xl L I "L xx, MJ' y Aff: . L'- 1 f I JS L A 5,014 ' Q- ' IL. 7' l ' pcfft 1' 1 If LC ' 95 7 ' . , . ' Q , Y. 7 ' 1 I - Y v ' ,V Y- 7 . . ' ' S ' ' ' , , s " . s 7 " , 7 " 56 7 53 7 3 ' A I k.j-IQZVYISOVI Sa ISAMYKY, Nothing great was ever achieved without enthuszasm VARSITY FOOTBALL 3 4 VARSITY LACROSSE 3 4 DANCE COCHAIRMAN 3 QUILL-4 BAZAAR ROLLER COASTER ' 5-R L. mv" Everyone enjoys a few laughs That S one reason whx we all luke Chuck He has a good sense of humor and nO matter what the occaslon he has a joke or tory to fit the mood Lpon entermg Frlends ln his Junlor year Chuck showed that he was a hard worker who takes thmg Serlously He demonstrated hls ablllty to qulcklw make frlends by bemg elected CO Chalrman of the ,Iumor Prom Hls compatlblllty ln many fields has allowed hlm to par tlcxpate wldely 1n the extra currlcular program He wa a member of both varsltx football and lacrosse team durmg both hls years here However Chucks athletlc ablllty does not end on the held as he wa appomted Asslstant Sports Edltor of the alll and he has con trlbuted many mterestlng and worthwhlle artlcles Durmg Bazaar Chuck assumed much responslbllltx by bemg Roller Coaster Chalrman a task that requlre a hardworklng responslble person Chucks mam fine qualltles have enabled hlm to offer a great deal to the school ln hls two years here Durlng exams Chuck galned the reputatlon of bemg one of the most calm students eser to enter the llbrarx Yes All the world lowes a lover and the senlor cla s regards Charlle as a good example of a dependable and cheerful frlend 45 o o al' 25 V0 as - - - - sz T 9 Z , - q ' . 11 4 Q QI- .. , x , al'- '- I-n ' - i, J C x I -gf' -.4 N' D x ,n V . A , fgv . , -' 1" 3553 1 f.,- ..- , , . AY r .'x"' 1 xl I F ft' - K ' E -f 'gr f Q," L-' N , 1 " L . i ' . " R. . , I v ' , ' 1. X . . . . 'Y , v v ' . . . . - . . Y S Y . v S i Y . , . , 'S Q , - . , s . V Q - , l - ' , 5 X . 1' ss V l V as - - C 'D v 1 5 - Qdhce orrai ne eivolcl Bred en bawn zn a brzer pazflz Mauv- 4 L1 cf '3 'I 1 fN gm? The next tlme xou see a tlred 1948 green Studebaker cough lts way up the school roads walt untll It finallx comes to a halt Chances are you wlll see a mall brunette emerge wearled from her struggle mth the car Have no fear that IS just Al1ce arrnmg from her twentx mlle trek once more to begln her school day' Al1ce who jolned the class IU the elghth grade 1 well known as the talented slnger Her YOICP has been heard at all of the muslc department s productlon and u uallx as a leadmg sololst Her muslcal ab1l1t1e hardlx out hme her academlc and athletlc aptltudes howex er a Al1ce ha been on the honor roll and an enthusla IIC partlclpant ln the sports program A a member of the hoc kex and glrl lacrosse squad lfor whlch she won her award blazer? Al1ce s presence and sklll was felt and appreclated bx all except the opposmg team 'I JV HOCKEY 3 4 NARSITY LACROSSE 3 4 NIIXED CHORLS I 2 3 4 PRESIDENT-4 ASSEMBLY COVIMITTEE 4 QLILI ASSOCIATE EDITOR 4 BOOSTIR CLUB 4 HONOR ROLL 3 CLASS SECRETARY I RELIGIOUS LIFE COIVIVIITTEE-4 BAZAAR LOWER SCHOOI DINNER 4 To saw that Al1ce IS cheerful IS qulte an under tatement In fact Al1ce IS known as one of the gay est member of the semor cla Thls cheerfulnes and the fact that Al1ce has the rare ahlllts of bemg able to get along mth every one leads us to bCl16X6 that Allce mll be a ucce s at whatex er colle e he attend and ln whatex er role ln llfe she undertakes 46 cc - - . ,, u Q 11 , I ll . . 1 I 1 . . . . 1 kL .ll , A .An Lx Afk . N , 4 L, .1 l I 1 1 I , 1 I A 1 , J 171 -5- V A feb 3 P 1, 7-1 tx Lf! 1 7 will w v , Z ,ga JU' fl iff lf 90" If f . fx Q kj rj ,I J , I 1 4, J- 4 o ' t 7 Ui ' ,I li U A 1' , . gf! M 1,4 INV, J L 1 , L1 , -f' W! A 1 LL . ,..n" A -rl I - , V. ' .f V! ' ' tv, , ' , 1 ,,j l wi' Y N' '4 , -, t' - I E' .J If W. V. I J C ny I YY . ' " - , s 9 V ' I 1 2 S ' cc - sv v - -' l ' s- s ' . . u M. .. . S v S . . . . V Y , S .i S I M S I L . S ' ' . 5- 72 -- s ' ' ' , . , . . . 'Y . . . . S I , - . V A lv N S . SS. . S . .. v . v. V , . Y .' '. S S v V g S S, . v YV . are gjlfnman minL "No legacy as rich as honesty? JV HOCKEY I VARSITY HOCKEY 2 3 Co CAPTAIN I JV BASKETBALL I VARSITY BASKETBALL 2 3 VARSITY LACROSSE 2 HONOR ROLL 3 QUILL 4 VIIXED CHORUS-2 3 4 CAA REPRESENTATIVE 3 CAA PRESIDENT-4 BAZAAR RECORDS-4 Looking for St1nk'7 Check the hockey field the gym or the lacrosse field as she IS one of our star athletes Her ab1l1t1es and Interests are not llmited to sports how ever so you may find her practlcmg In the audltorlum wlth the MlXCd Chorus or conferring wrth Mrs Millard about G A A meetings Carol has been our capable and conscientious CAA president and even took the re spons1b1l1ty of checklng that all the glrls malntalned the correct unlform In the absence of Mrs Mlllard It seems useless to mentlon Carols athletic prowess as anyone who has gone to any of the glrls games has wlt nessed lt She not only played on the varslty hockev basketball and lacrosse teams but was co Captam of the hockey team Llvlng on the McDonough campus Carol IS the envv of all the glrls However that has more advantages than one as lt enables Larol to go horse back frequently horses are her first love Music runs a close second especlally when It Involves a certain tympanlst with the Baltimore bv mphonyl lt Is th1s love for mu IC combined with a fine soprano voice that makes her such a valuable member of the Mlxed Chorus 47 4 .ner f s , Y . . - 7 7 44 . - , 3, 4- , A - 6, ' 1 1 ' 7 9 7 ' S6 ' 97 ' 7 9 , . , y , 9 a n n , ' . , . ! Y . , . ' ,vs 1 9 ' , . , ' ' ' , v. ! 9 ' 7 , ' . ' ' s ' ' gjwcbolas Scoff Sfoer "How few themselves in that just mirror see." NlCk Stoer who entered the portals of Frlends School ln hls sophomore year from qtemmers Run Junlor Hugh School located ln 'lllddle Rlwer made an IITUIICCIIBIC 1m press1on upon both his teachers and fellow tudents h hl sklll ln academlc ubject and h1 ahllltx on the athletlc fxeld He po e e a UNIQUE character whlrh 1Illm6dlHIClX won hlm manx frlencl Vlathematlc and QCICIICC are hr fasorlte ubjects and a far a extra exceptlonalls kxlled llghtm englneer ln the Dramatu Club erxed on the Afllllatlon Committee and has heen chalrman of the Amerlcan Fleld Serxlce COITIINIIIC? llc IS known for hls poradlc humor and nonchalant attltucle and has lmpres ed mam people wlth a lllllltle s knowl cage ot the ratmgs and mner mechanlc of thf ol hor e less carnage SOCCER-2, 3 VARSITY FOOTBALL- A 4 WRESTLING42, 3 VARSITX BASKETBAII MANAGER 4 JW LACROSSE 3 VARSITY LACROSSE 4 DRAIVIATICS CIUB 2 'S 4 AFFILIATION LOMNIITTPI: S BAZAAR IOWER SCHOOI DINNER 4 Dljflllg the pa t ummer he worked illlll arlurtl unrnt for a newspaper He HLIIUITPQI hr Nlwrxland flI'lXlI' l1CPl'l 0 thl XCIF and now commute to rho l Ill a 16 I hex rolet tatlon wagon from hx h me x l uh mu he l to be one of the most dl tant from Frlends 'Nrck wr he to he an engmeer and we are ure after he has attamed great age and experlence he w1ll be able to look back on h1 three xears ln Frlends as happy and rewardmg one 48 7 7 V 1 1 ll A V ' 4 J 7 Q 7 T I L l 4 1271 , J . , , , I 1 . ,g, Q, s-' ,J . AV , n, . 4 Y y - ' ' ' s x .S . . .f S . S, .S .. I ' . ss ss s ' ' ' " . ' 's ' ' s ' , s s - V curricular activities are concerned. Nick has been an . , S . . . U . . .js . C ' Y V 7 ' . 5 Y -. . . SM W' . . . .is I . S - ' 1 ss ' s"g' " 'S ' ' . " 's,.." "' 's 's"z, " s s- o' f f ' s ' ' 's o I,S1.' zv' salt - ' . il' "s s ' ' s ' ames ancroff Sfoif 'gYou,ll find us rough, sir, but yozfll find us ready." J.V. FOOTBALL-I, 2 VARSITY FOOTBALI 3 JV BASKETBAII I 2 VARSITY BASKETBAII VARSITY LACROSSE BAZAAR CHECKRO MK' f' Wffl l V' Ever slnce the early days of our clas ln the lower school Jay Stott has been a member ln good standlng People have been wonderlng when thls bow would tart growlng and these people are stlll waltlng but thex now know that SIZE IS a mlnor detall ln hlS case For Jaw ha on the basketball court The Llttle Clant a he 1 affectlonately known on the lacrosse fleld IS one of Nlr lN1cks star attackmen a future Bllly Morrlll perhaps As the polnts rack up on the scoreboard and the crowd ecstatlcallw cheers lt IS obvlous that Jax has done It araln for hls unerrlng sklll ln hlttlng the hoop galned hlm a place on the warslts basketball A huddle of boss around the lunch table at I 00 eserx day means only one thmg that Jaw IS cracklng hls u ual jokes Engllsh clas es have been lmprosed wlth hl pre ence due to hl tlfl1ClN remarks and lnterpretatlons 'Not agalnst a good tlme he gets around How about that Co t game ,las 9 We re glad to haxe known l"llIll becau e of hl sense of humor hls cooperatlxenes hls easxtolng IlI'lIlIlt'I' but mostlw becau e he IS Jaw 49 1 I 1 ' ,. , 1 6 I - 7 a ' I -'Lf A I fl ll ' I o ' 1 Y . S . Y , x . K . U v ' , ' '- - S - proved his value more than once on the lacrosse field and . ca ' ' ,ss S -S v Y . D . ,. , . . . V ,. . . 'Y . U . . Y Y ' . Z 'Y . . .M S ' . Q . -S V . v v. .S S- .S . 'Y . . H A. . 5 , , N M w l '. 9 , ' ' s 1 . , , ' ' S S M - , ' S, -ge . , I' s ' errcy 4745A ion Su fderlzn S'Let every man be swift to hear, slow to speak, slow to wrathf, -. Gerry Joined the class of 59 ln hrs freshman year comlng to us from Hereford ln h1S second year at Frxends Gerry was elected 0lHCl3l scrlbe and as secretary recelved the confidence of the class Although Gerry IS not found at the top of the class he IS a hard worker who malntalns a conslstent C average ln all hls studles Math and sclence are hrs favorltes both of whlch he has pursued throughout hrs stay at Frxends Gerry wlll be sorely mlssed by the soccer team as he IS an out tandlng and key plax er on the soccer Held Well represented on Frlends School athletlc teams he has also been a member of the wre tllng team and on the tennls team Always a hard worker Gerry IS a member of the Dramatlcs Club and for the 58 Bazaar he worked dlll gently 1n the ever popular soft drmk stand Evers one who has worked wlth hrm knows hrm for hrs generally qulet and yet dependable manner Hopmg to be a pharmaclst Cerrx ha already galned Hopkms Lnlverslty He hopes to contlnue hlS educatlon SO CER-1 2 3 4 WRESTLING 1 2 T NIS 1 2 3 4 DRAMATICS 2 4 BAZAAR SOFT DRINKS-4 valuable experience worklng ln a laboratory at Johns at George Washmgton Unlversrty or Allegheny College 50 C 1 s ' 9 7 L e T E5 T 9 a 1 K i 7 1 K 'Q Y. ig Q.. 1, . . , . . 9 9 . . . H ,, . . . 7 . S . Y v . . . y S . . n , . ' 9 9 ' '- D . 7 Y . . , 'V S " . . . . OSHA? 51469214161 Iwea ,ey Work is love made visible BOOSTER CLLB 3 4 SERVICE COVINIITTEEF-4 QOCIAL Covw11'rTEE 2 CHAIRMAR 2 QUILL 4 SNACK BAR-+4 QUAKER-4 BAZAAR DOLLS-4 A Ty ff? E WV ffl v"' If you re feellng low and you re sure lt S a case of ap plndlCltlS just see Plnkle Weakley for a dlagnosxs For the past two summers Rosagene has been cheerlng up hospltal patlents as a nurse s alde or Plflkle We can easily See how she would be good at thls for her frlendlx smlle has already made many frlends Slnce she entered our class 1n the elghth grade ' However do not get the ldea that nur mg ls Rosagene only Interest She can often be heard amu mg her frlend wlth tales of the late t happenlngs at Johns Hopkms lm versxty-especially those Phl Alpha fraternltx partxe That smlle on her face so early ln the mornlng can only mean Well guess what he called a am la t mght' Rosagene has had her share of extracurrlcular actnl txes too As Copy Edltor for the uzll She appeared falthfullw at Monday nlght meetmg lugcmg her 1923 twpewrlter desplte her frlends suggestlons that she d best donate ll to the Baltlmore Wlu eum of -Xrt a an antlque During the wmter month she could also be seen waltlng on sxx people at once at the Snack Bar whlle trung to keep from bumplng her head on the low celllngl Wlth her frlendlxness and love of fun Rosagene IQ ure to haxe many happy years ahead of her 51 66 39 l Z 1 Y 7 to A JL ' y . fl W' 1 QV V lf v I E A 1 rl, ,1 . ,, " v , A l 2 .:- ' ,LV " 115 W 5 qw!! . 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' . . . 5 Y .L S I fjzeresa ollanoler K-lfljeisgerger HA heart at leisure from itself, To soothe and synzpatfzisef, Shlfllllg naturally curly black ha1r a low throaty chuckle and the rare quallty of smcere and kmdly lnterest 1n other people these characterlze Terry COI1HIll1llIlg from Gods country each day through ra1n or snow thlS country la s has enr1ched our hlstory w1th her con trlbutlons One of the maln stay of the smmmlng team Terry can gne you the latest dope on anythmg from the dolphm k1Ck to underwater fhp turns Elected the captam th1 year she has worked hard to lnsplre enthu IH 111 for th1 group During the fall she can be een tr1pp1ng gallx down the hockey Held IH an attempt for oal '1 th vars1ty left yung An enthuslast of out door l1x1n Terry 1 one of thf Cayuga gals who newer eems to lack tor1e of fun packed months 1n the Canadlan mld Al o her ummer plans lnclude the role of counselor to un1nh1h1ted ch1lrlr mountaln peaks to mater kung J.v. HOCKEYg1, 2. 3 VARSITY HOCKEY-H4 VARSITY SWININlINGe1. 2, 3. 4 CAPTAINe-4 c.A.A. 11E1D11Es1:NT14T1vE442 c.A.A. SECRETARYH4 AFFILIATIUN c:o11111T'11131:,44 1, 2, 4 DRAWIATICQ CLLB 1 2 QUILL 4 BAZAAR DOLI9 4 en on yacatlon Her yarled mtere t range from cllmblng SCFIOUS ln lmproylng ln all he does rlerry should he I'CCOgl1lZE'd as he yn f r grcatc t 1111proye111e11t lll Spanlsh ln her junlor year Thl 1 hmm 111 the ymplthy he extend toward worr1ed tudent a well as ln her personal growth Thls quallty sslll a1d her certa111 ucus Ill college and the oc1al ysork lu hope to undertake 52 , 1 t 1 x - A , , 1.4 R,- Y ,vf 5 . an ,ss Y - , ., t , . S K . . V V. , - - , I I 1 ., Y , . . I 1 N ' -. S ' , , s s s . Q . . . U gl . cs ll . 0 r .Q 2 F. u - 56 77 ' ' - ' ' s ' s s . ' ' " s. s s S . W S .. K ' s e, -.s-zsofvfs ' '- ' ' ' ' . 's'5s " s' L 's .' s ' ' ' s ss' ' ' . ' ' ' " ' : ' s :'-es' 5 " ' s I s . osePA klgravlforal qUAarfon, "Nature is the master of talents, Genius is the master of nature." .I.V. FOOTBALL-I, 2 VARSITY FOOTBALLA4 VARSITY WRESTLING-I, 2, 3, 4 VARSITY TENNIS-I, 2, 3, 4 AFFILIATION COMMITTEE-3, 4 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB?-4 DRAMATICS-I, 2 HONOR ROLL-1, 2, 3, 4 BAZAAR CO CHAIRMAN 4 NUM? Although one of the quleter less assummg members of the class Joe Wharton was very capable dld well m the thlngs whlch he took on and contrlbuted greatly to Frlends School l1fe He wa a good student and hrs name was often to be seen on the honor roll As well as being good 1n the academrc held he wa also a warslty footballer where he played end and de fenslve lme backer and a varslty wrestler Hls capabrlx tles came to the forefront when he was elected Co Chalr man of the 38 bazaar the success of whlch ha been proven Joe spread hls talents 1nto other sphere for he an- was at one tlme a member of the Dramatlcs Club There are however two sldes to Joe s character whlch could be ea 115 een at lunch perlod each dan Joe wa always near the front of the lunch llne and alw ass tim hed motne Each dax a monster called Brld e attracted Joe to the audltorlum Brld e had a pecuhar effect on hlm for he began wlth others also lured to talk ln a forelgn langua e two pades three heart four club The rneutable reply from Joe was Double at XNlllLll there was alwaw a sudden 0utCry from hr compamon Joe ln has qulet was warts on contented and after much commotron at the table smiled brlllrantls at h1 succe If sou want to be like Joe whx don t sou trs Double9 53 7 ' 4' I . Y . , , . y , , , . . l V S . . . . , V S V ' V , is ' 9 ' ' 1 .- , , . S V . - s, . 9 I J I -Q 7 l . s' ' s ' '. ' s before everybody else. There was, though, an ulterior .v D . U . . . U . . ' , 1 9 U r ' 5 , ' - , ' ' g -" ' s -, s, s-. ,. . . '13 v. , g , N. .. 'W ,SN km adbce gjfaihleen qUooJcocL 'sincerity' of feeling, an angel of kindness? Allce came to Frlend ln the lat half of her jumor year lmmedlatelv he acqulred the nlckname Kltty that we would not confuse the two AllC6S At once she was gladly accepted by the member of the clas who could not re lst her qulet cheerful manner Always w1ll mg to pxtch ln and help she IS seen domg anythmg from sweepmg out the Snack Bar to taklng a carload of boy home Eyerv afternoon she was seen roundlng up her three brothers and arrangmg to take them home at the earllest posslble tlme 'Vlany tlmes her pmk Chewy con yertlble barely made lt oy er the bumps ln the drne due o 1tS heavy load Very often she IS seen drlungz through town wearmg her pre cr1pt1on sungla ses sun ram day or nlght Kltty was not only popular wlth her clas mates but was the ldeal student wlth her excellent marks about whlch she was terrlbly modest CLASS SECRETARY-4 SERVICE COMMITTEE-4 SNACK BAR-4 BOOSTER CLUB+4 HONOR ROLL 3 4 BAZAAR CAKE AND CANDYH4 The enyy of all of u ln chemlstry Kltty always managed to get one of the few hlgh mark It has gotten around that our frlend lxltty has yery peclal lnterests ln certaln re orts especlally Bermuda where 1t IS whx pered that there are yery handsome European men By the way Kltty how IS blcvcllng ln Bel muda'7 You say you llke 1t9 54 . - 'E' 9 . 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I Mg! . ,I Q , V1 ' A P ,V f V IN yy x fr 1 , X+ Q -O w fix I , , , P I :M me M M ,Q 12 , ' 'mf-k Aol? . fi, L L - I Q mn 24 f 7, "ff , ,J 1 ki X 1 o X gf' f 2 A,.. 43 K-X 0 I, 1 git' I ir I Jllml ' I 1 . l S The Juniors Fzrst row J George L Buchner J Downs C Felnberg C Quhr F Ross C Rldgely B Beatty M McElroy S DeHoff S Huff Second row N Heath C H1 le S Sutley L Peake 9 Crowley C Smlth L Hoehn R Hampshlre F Henderson C Ham A lacher ,I Yeager Thzra' rou, G Strlckland R Nlurray H ,lone D Strlckland S Mear A Morse D Howell A McAllister .l Cleawland 'NI HCTIIOCI B Hooker Fourth row F 'Nlotz C Walker C Pnl R Boucher T Baker S Levmson J Harlan E Renn F Ewald J Novograd C Cole ,I Ramage Not Present NI ,lacklex B Harrmgton The year of 19.38 59 turned out to be both a busx and successful one for the Clas of 1960 The Lynn Hoehn Guy Strlckland and Joan Yeager Meanwhlle, Cathy Felter was beglnnlng an eventful wear 1n England as an exchange student from Frlends At the end of thelr sophomore wear the jumors selected Howard Jones to lead thelr class as the next Presldent and Joe Harlan as Treasurer Brlan Hooker Deane Howell Barbara Llndeman and John Novogrod were elected to represent the class ln the Senate, and Dlane Howell and Brlan Hooker were chosen by the Senate as co chalrmen of the enjoyable Sadle Hawkms Hop Ann Mc AllStCf and Stese Lexmson headed the rlng selectlon commlttee to procure the last class rlngs, as ln the future a school rlng w1ll be worn bs the junlors Fred Motz was chalrman of the Afhlxatlon Com mlttee whlle Wars Falth Henderson was busx promotmg school Splflt as the chalrman of the Booster Commlttee lNot onls was the Class of 1960 well represented on the Honor Roll but they also proved the1r wersatlllty 1n the world of sports Ruth Hampshlre was the G A A Representatlve and ,llm Cleaxeland represented the boxs ln the B A A Hex eral ,lumors could be found on all the V3fSlty teams as well as on the Varsltx Cheerleadlng Qquad of whlch Allce 'Worse was co captaln Howexer not to be forgotten was the wonderful Junlor Prom, headed bs Delhe Qtrlckland and John Nm ograd 58 ' : . , . , . . ' , , . , . ' , . , . . . . '- .' . , . 's , . . . , , . ' . . , . , . . - , - , ,. . ' . ', , .. ,. s. . ' ,. S..., f, . . . ' - ,. , . , . s, . . . ' : 1 . . ' . ' ' - g . juniors started out the year with several new and welcome additions: Jean Downs, Janie George, Y , lv . y I 1 V . . . ' Y V Y . v D - . . 45 . - 11 - , V . A Y- . L u 5 I. . L . . . t 'V v M W b 3 I, - - v y . 5' . V. ' x l The Xophomores Fzrst row P Butler N New 'Nl Price N Brownlu X Wa erman B Elll B Turnbull S -Xrenz J Ste man S Ban hart .l Cromwell 'NI Woodman C Crxff Serond r0u J Wri In L Brfrht Q Pimper C Wltt WI Sand N Qtafford 'N Alexander ,I Exe A Robin on J Benson P Cloue I Drv er F Nmalll Horner N Caebler Thzrd mu J Woodcock C 'Neuman D Buckler T Splcknall B Qeabold B Dal emer C Lohrfmck J Olgf 1r on D Wind: ch B Qeabold R Wllllam on L Hanles Fourth row B Stemvtald B Savner B Jannew C lord 'N Smith Nl Worthington Q Knexp D Ewan L Crone Nl Rautch B Tawlor R Nlarkert B Wharton B Hlrshauer Not present J Da hull NI Wel h The tenth grade this xear ha hown much promise of becomlnff an outstanding rlass in lts Senlor the cla s of 61 has proved ltself worths of mueh respect Although not playmg too large a part ln the Honor Roll the class IS serx athleticalls inclined Thex haxe dlsplas ed progress on the football lacrosse and hoclcex fields while al o on the badminton and basketball court 'Vlan Faith Woodman and Nathan glllllll are C X -X and B A -X xepresentatnes respectlxelx These two hate proxed them selxes xers efficient in collectln dues and arousm team spirit Linda Brecht Barbara Turnbull que Banghart and Carol Wlltt represent the cla s IH cheerleadlng Barbara Turnbull being a newcomer thi tear As far a HCIIXIUPQ are concerned the tenth grade held it annual Freshman Nophomore dance mhlch was a tremendous success Thex haxe also excelled ln such dutles a Bazaar Committees brln mg ln food and clothing and upportm the Vllnte Elephant table With the splrlt and mtere t of the old members as well a that of the neu 'Nancx Broxsnlex Pat Clouse Joan Cromwell Larrx Crone Daud Exans Nonm Knelp Bob Nlarltert john OlUClTQ0D Jean Ntevman Barbara Turnbull Rxlex Wllllam OH Datld Wlfldlilfill Hlld lim Woodcoclx ue hope to ee the clas of 1961 am prosperltx and success m the near future 5 , - ' . .M , . s . . ' . , ff s . . U is . .. . . " ' s . . . 1, S S 1 .L . F K . i N . . . year. Lvnder the expert leadership of president Johnny Dashiells and vice president Barbara Turnbull, s ' ' ' ' . " . Y 5 . U Y' , 1' . 4 . ' D .x 'I A V .a ' , s , H. - 1 L v 5 Y -I . . i . g x K. g L . .I . , , A . - s. ' , , 4 ' s U' . - s ' 'i ' . ' , V ' s , -F , . . . Y S . g , . . ,. x . . . S ' -v - U S T-T7 U, i 'lv - v ' v .i v V ' ,, ., " H , . ' , F C . V C - . i I' ,. . S , Y. .. .L. . YA .V S KS g . K . n Q The Freshmen Ftrst row S Seller P Flook L Wllson S Yardley M E Fischer C Clifford E Holman S Davis L Lowe S Waters Second row L Wllllamson B Evans B Ensor E Blake C Davidson C Sherman L Wilkinson D Fleischer D Xaeger C Geyer B Bunneche L Kardash B Jones K Lamborn Third raw R Freeman S Buck N lN1colls T Walker J Beckley 'Nl En lish B Goodwin J Hammond T Keyes B Decker E Stoer Nl Nlordecai Fourth row J Slingluff W Sutherland V Rosenberg J Ty on C Gallo way J Wathan S Rosenbloom J Wllll D Foutz D Paslxs J Boyd N Hendler D Rosenbloom Not present A Peterson P Stewart .l Bernstein C Beyhan class was enriched by the addition of two new members Caroline Clifford and Bruee Cooclwm We elected Jack Wathen as President of our cla s Dick Pavlis as Vice president Eleanor Blake as Secretary and 'Nickex Nicholls as Treasurer VT e were represented on the Senate hw Emilx Holman and Tim Kees while Dianna Yaeger and Monte 'llorclccai were our G A A and B A A representatlxes The class had a successful wear of sports Nlany of the members made J Y and Var ity squads The girls ably participated in hockey badminton, swimming basketball, lacrosse and tennis while the boss played football soccer wrestling basketball tennis and lacrosse Our stars were Dick Pavlis and Eric Stoer of the JV football team and Bee Jones Bernice Bunnecke and Dianna Yaeger of the JV and Varsity hockey teams To complete this esentful year the freshmen participated in the dances and will always remember the class trips Now the Class of 62 looks forward to an actlxe and exciting sophomore xear 60 ' : . ' , . , . ' , . , . . ' , . ' , . , . ' , . , . . : . V , ,. VV U . . , . , . , . , 1 . . -. . - , . , . , . 'S . . , . , . , . ' 's, . , . " , . . . , . . . .' . . The class of '62 returned nervous, but very enthusiastic to assume their new roles as freshmen. Our ' 7 ' 1 - V , i V . . - V V I , Y i I ri ' ' . . . . . . Y L. e i ' . i ' . s' ' -. V . VV, . V. V V . V V . VV Y s 'J v J 1 9 1 ' - ' V I . . , -. , V V VV V . . . V V. V VV The Eighth Grade fSl fUIl M Y 4 0 Q el' rl' fun: r xn nn wr: me as H ln on ,l lxlmgelhl ll la N n e r N n ln nm Dawf l' N h nl W oolxer T r I 4 e r fr fl Ill f Ill I Pl ll r 1 rr ll 9 I III dn if U IITFSFIII The Elghth Grade has had a wen happs and actne Qeason ln IIS Qecond wear III the l ppfr 'rhool Our claGs now totale Gfts two Qtudent Qex en of whom are new to the School Vile Qtarted the xear hx electlng Claw ofheerQ Gall LFNIIIQOII waa eleeted preeldent 'ind hai done a fine job with tht ahle HQGI tance of ,Iudx lklnngelhoffer 39 Xue preQ1dent Franklln Wlllg IQ Sec ret1rN and Daxld Nloran aa treaaurer Judx lKllIlf76ll'I0fl'CI' repre-entcd the cla Q on the 5l'Ildl1 and fall I emu Qon w 'ie eleetcd Junlor Council pre lclent other memh: re of tht JUIIIOY' Cfiullfll wfrf J vhn Bull llikltl Nloran and Chuck Harlan t ouvh hoth the how and lfli ln our claw an se Ill Qporlx s aQo har 1 xarlef artnxtlc Schedule For one thlng the claw of 63 dnl well Q1 holawtnallx haxmv had Cl ht Qtudent n the Honor Roll more than 'lm other claw ln tht flrxt quarter Noual ment- mnluded the tradltlonal Halloween Qquare dance held Jolntlx wlth the Nexenth Grade and an lnformal dance ln the prlnv -Xt Chrl tmai '1 group of u xmted the Harrlet Lane Cllllli decorated a tree and anff Carol for the patlenti l Januars the tlaQ pre ented the operetta It Happened IH Holland under the dlrevtlon of NI1 Barllex Xfter Completmg a xerx ufce ful xear th Cla f 63 1 readx to tart a new Near a Fre hmen 61 . : IQ. Pitt. S. ltxylor. l., Kok. Nl. Lu -on. J. Knight. ll, UllH'llf'I'. 5. 'l'.1rry. J. Williamvn. ll, N lt . ll. lfett . ll. . e '- " I out l.. Pool:-. li. Nl'-U 'r-. NI. Re . S. liullw. li. l.a ' N. Phillips. X. K' C. l.- ' Q , , ' ' 1 Ifer. . l' lung:-r. X. fki n- . l'. llivk, X, fmith. ,-X. lfirming:-r. X. l,n ng. Th' I 3 l". Wing. B. ' W. r Z. '. H ' . . l" an lul. X. l.exi. li. F14 lt. l.. .I rn N. l., P11 lx' . ll. Fo l ell. ll. Ka --t -r. ,l. Fm-ltvr, F1 nrlh rrzaz ,l. All ' I. 5. Crief. 5. Dug lull l Fu . lf. WI 'I , ll, Nlom . fl. llurl . J. llull. Xl, Kr-f-In-. .L lluglu-N. ll. Dugan. ll. fluff'-. IJ, illmxe. Y I 5 : J. hum " . . X , 1' V ' P , 5 - ' S- f ' ', 1 ' . " - . 1 . , ' ' . D al . X . ' ' , " " ' 1 , L " Al h, Z, ig g' . ' ' t- l' l r ll ' . .', ve l. l . ' l -"' "S x h Y . A . 1 . . I L E S . i - v I. P .gl L S U ' B . . .W .. 3 - . ' . S . P' A .S k C S . . . Z Q S r 7 S V . M n . ' ' 's'S4 0 sso'f"s ' S S S Y. The Seventh Grade First rom J Nlatthel T qkutrh 'Nl Robhm P Nloore Q Frle on ll Arloa P Parran E Hoflma ter 5 lxexes E Dre er K llenese' I Harper P Swlss C NlCk8l01'1 Second rou 9 Dlffenelerfl' r X 'Nlcoll G Rmehart A Herrmann 9 Alexander N1 Benson B W'agner A NleFlrox K lerox N frathwahl 9 Katlenhe-rg. P Koenig. C William on Q Huff 'VI fogswell Third F014 orthlngzton P Tueker J Tex r l Hanellex ll Burner lx a lrlef B Brown B Burton U 'Wet artx 1 Dar1IOH10 Fourth mu. B Fromme P 'Newberrx I 'Neumann J Blelell on 'N tonne 'N Langworthx F 'Nlurrax 'W Poter T Helfrxeh D Wilson C Andrews ,I Fllfforel f Wllll f l1eg.ax The sexenth grade entered the lpper Nehool a llttle llIIlldlX thl fall Howexer, we oon grew accustomed to the rush at the three mmute lnterx al hetween classes Jommff us thls September were Hxe new boxs and nlne new glrl lxathx Bene eh, lion TXITNOH Pattl lxoemg ffref 'Neumann THFIQ Worthlngton and Jax BHTCTIQOII The class eleeted llon Wil on as presldent and Nallx Hufl a eeretarx treasurer Nue Alexander and Ben llromme were Chosen F X X md ll X X TCIJT1'-tftlllltfm XS usual the sexenth grade jomed the elvhth lll an enjoxahle Halloween Nquare dance Ylanx Com mlttee worked hard on the danee and lt turned out to he qulte successful Our Jumor Counell lxepreeentatlxes are Pattl Koemff -lnne 'Nleolls ax Bldflliflll, and Joe Cowan We haxe representmg u IH the 'enate lxathx Bene eh Sport w1se the glrls hoekex team lot two frame and t1ed one The boxs mldget forthall team coached hx 'Nlr Peacock ended the season wlth an undefeated team Nome of the hoxs took part Ill wrestllng coached hx Nlr Watt hrl tmas we erxed te gether a a e a s to lf J rmff eason s c eer to an e eer x a x nur mg home hx QPI1t'llIlg., u eful fllfl tmas paelea e al me with a llttle Chflifllldg tree lope IH the future xears we ran JFUUTGSQ a mueh a we haxe 1n our hrt xcar m the l J er Nehool 62 F. W' ' . . , . nje. '. . ' - . '. Surg: r. .l. 1 . ' . . . . .1 T . ' . . - -T ' ' ,'. 1. . . ' 's . V J. xv. ' J- - - - F '- - ' Q h. . . L. . A' . 1. U Us. l. '.'-Y 's. - ' T S' , ' f ' ' ' 'S . ' s ' 5 5 - . . , S X U A U . . F K .S 4.3 V ' Y T- I ' l 5. YVC are roud of our six classmates who were on the Honor Roll for the first euarter. Thex' were P l . Y' , s : , , Z1 A - , , , 4' . . . S V , ' . . X H W ' . h. , in . .UI ,YJ Y, . .5 Y . , V4 E . Q . , Y S. . .T s Q , ' y '- s ' C s ' . g ' , 1 . ' I' . . K - , , - " 2 . f -. ' :Xt C 'S ., ' s ' mf' 's :l so l -ly lu ' P s . 1 -h -lla ln' I do in a 5' 4 .v , ' y 5. I -S 5. A .,.g,, 4 Il .- ' ,b Vive l , ' I 5 'f " I D s ' s ' ' ' . f ' 'Ip School Lower AC.'l"lXfl'1"lLS cP,.oP ROOTYLD 19 wx QS' 'ou Q 5 Q' '64 av ff X Gefzfbb oqf QM ff? 67- Q5 A49 9 no 6' 'L ,au we-QGQV to '1- hrs: row Co edltors Anne Hoke Henry Hammond Second row Robert Felld Barbara Llndeman Mr Shxvers Anne Carter Jrm Blrd Not present John Pollard Dorsey Chrlsthllf Fay Karfgm Rosagene Weakley The Quaker The 1959 Quaker could never has been a success wlthout the full cooperatlon of the staff prmter photographer faculty and senlor class The co edltors Anne Hoke and Henry Hammond were alded by Anne Carter and John Pollard the edltorlal edltors and Bob Felld the sports edltor Although Udel Brothers were our photographers Dorsey Chrlsthllf asslsted by takrng many of the Informal shots Servmg as correspondent to Ldels Barbara Lmdeman d1d an excellent job arranging the schedule for who dld the magnlficent job on all art work found ln th1S book Flnallv among the staff one cannot forget JIITI Blrd the capable buslness manager On the faculty Mr Carnell advlsed us on the flnanclal end whlle 'Vlr Hlchardson and Mr Shlvers advlsed us as to content and dtd proof readmg A vote of thanks IQ also deserved by H G Roebuck and Son lnc our prmter and especlally to Mr S C Schultz who was consulted many tlmes There were many who helped whose names do not appear here such as those who wrote artlcles typed copy and ollclted ads We wlsh to thank everyone 66 'I - I' I . - , . . : ' ,. . ' Q . . , , - I , , , V. I , . 9 n 1 l - ' I 7 l . 9 7 ' 7 V ' . . , . . . . formal portraits. The senior class feels very fortunate to have had an artist as excellent as Fay Karfgin, . . . . . t . J , , , . , . , 1 . . I- - Y . . , ., l , ' n 1 n , ' - . , , , , , 3 'VY S . . D v. 1' . 5- J' Ahce Senold Chlp Bupp Robyn Rudolph Robert Felld The Quill With Robyn Rudolph and Chxpper Bupp holdmg the co edltorshlp the uzll staff publlshed ltS twenty second volume Ahce Selvold and Bob l'e1lcl as the assoclate edltors asslsted them 1n all phases Many other senlors held posltxons on the taff also Frank Grant performed capably as busl ness manager whlle Wlartha Kegan handled the news artlcles In charge of the features staff was Jessle Levermg sports staff Bob Patterson and Carol Smmk copy staff Rosagene Weakley and Mary Hughes clrculatlon staff Other workers dubbed edxtors were Fay Karfgln head of the art depart ment Mel Downmg ln charge of photography and Dorsey Chrlsthllf gatherer of alumnl news Also the staff had the faculty advlsor Mlss Beacham to rely on Unofliclally there were several people who offered thelr serv1ces to the uzll by typlng for lt These were Lem Asmls 'Vlargaret Murgatroyd Blll Elhs and Mary Hughes Thls year the sports page headed ln the swamplng of the ulll wlth two new columns Et Cetera by Chuck Sahsbury and Athlete of the 'Vlonth bw Bob Patterson and Carol Smmk In addltlon there appeared from time to tlme on the features page poems mysteriously slgned Lubov whom most of us know as John Pollard 67 M... - S. ' , ' 'EQ . . t , C ' , '. . 9' , i f I-. 1 I, J H 5 r ,K 1 -9 . 4 fa , , , - J ' , v x- - , f I ' t f my 'f 5 f ,' - V i V ' Va,-G , 4' - -. . V y , 5. 'S l Y , , ' lol -.- 5 Rl HC". :: n . ' 5 ,n,.'.'- 5: - 831- '4-.wggff g, , V V 7 q - a A . , Q ' . . , . - 7 s , . - I ' 9 ' Y Y 1 7 v - 1 ' 1 Y 7 ,,! Y ' 9 9 1 ,V ' Z -1 - U V v 1 V ' . . . Q . . 6, ,. V , , V - , as as I - - - . 7 ' . ' 9 - - ' , ' is as , 4 , 5 -xi B Hooker J Felter E Holman K Bene ch J Klmgelhofer A Hoke Mr Rlchardson B Patterson F Karfgm NI Sands B Stemwald ,l Novograd The Senate Headed by Presldent Sklp Merrlll V1CCpICSldCnt Jlm Blrd, Treasurer Dan Reed, and Secretary Barbara Lmdeman, the Senate had a very actxve year Thls was foretold by the annual Senate dance, whlch was such a success that It even showed a profit for the Senate fund By careful budgetmg of the Bazaar money the Senate was able to partlally support the school s var1 ous exchange programs fthe affilxatlon wlth Godalmlng the Amerlcan Field SCFVICC, and a Russian affillatlonj as well as several communlty affalrs A mllestone was marked as the Senate chose a new school rlng whlch vylll be bought by future junlor classes It IS a handsome slmple rlng and wlll represent the school as well as mdlvldual classes But the greatest part of the year was spent m revlsmg the school constltutlon No major changes were made, but the Senate feels that thls reylslon played an lmportant part ln the general lmprovement shown by the orgamzatlon thls year A llttle known part of the Senate 1 the Student Court Thl body IS composed of the junlor and senlor members of the Senate and IIS purpose 15 to try any student who 12 reported to a court member Onlv after a declslon has been reached IS the faculty Informed of the trlal 68 ' we f g 'gag' . t I , . X- .1 0 f 1 ' A A 1 f' y ' as " F" L First row: D. Howell, B. Lindeman, Pres. S. Merrill,'D. Reed, J. Bird, T. Keyes. .Second row: . A U. , . 0 - sl ' I .S . -S Iv Q a 1 The Assembly Committee The Assembly Committee IS one of the least known but very successful com mlttees of the school It meets twlce a year, once ln the early Fall and once ln the Sprung, to plan the assemblles for our school Lnder the dxrectlon of the chalrman Bob Patterson the commlttee planned unusually lnterestmg assemblles These Wednesday afternoon programs have been characterxzed by the commlt tee s plan to have student partlclpatlon In March, the talent assembly went over w1th great success and many sand that lt was the best assembly of the year The commlttee should be recognlzed for lts concern over the assembly problem that faces the committee each school vear Q.-..-1 Fzrst row A Hokf A qLlV0ld Mrs Teller Nllss Bartley D Strlcklancl Second row D Reed B Patterson ,I Blrcl Not present M Herrlott Mrs Walker Dr Forhush The Booster Club Frrst row R Weakley NI Kegan A Green S Nutley NI Fe-lter D Strickland Second row K Woodcock S Crowlev Q Hear J Eyes L Dresser N laebler C Ham J Horner C Wltt J Benson Not present R Boucher F Henrler on 69 If by chance you walk up those steps OPPOSIIC Mr Nicks room, you would come upon the pamt brush pushers of Frlends School Worklng wrth the Cheer Leaders they keep the school well aware of the games By boostmg school splrlt In her spare tlme, Lynn Hoehn, a new addltlon to the school, and a very talented artrst, has been a blg help to the Booster Club with her brlght and cheerful posters Thanks go to Faxth Henderson, chaxrman, Sandy Sutley, Sue Crowley, Meredlth Felter Carol Wxtt Rick Boucher, and Lynn Hoehn, the most actnve members, whose artlstlc Ideas can be seen hanglng ln the hall I T . . , 1 ' .' 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The Mixed Chorus Fzrst row R Hampshxre C Rrdgely N New MISS Bartley B Beatty S Seller Second row J Hammond M Murgatroyd C Femherg J Harlan B Elhs M McElroy L Gardner M Felter A Carter F Henderson Thzrd row V Rosenberg E Small C Smlnk PI'CS1ClCHlA Senold S Crowley 9 Qutley L Buchner L Dresser A Panzlronl N Alexander A Rolnn on J Benson J Eaves H Hammond Fourth row B Markert C Neumann T Baker B Flhs J Cleveland C Lord F Motz E Hubbard M Downlng B Fleld K Pfrommer Por the thlrd year under the CllI'CCll0Il of 'Vhss Francls Bartley the Mixed Chorus ha had a central part ln the extracurrlcular actlutlee of Frlends Thelr annual program conslsts of two productlons one durlng the Yuletlde Season and the other ln the sprmg whlch thls year was the operetta Brxga doon The quallty of YOICCS ln tht years chorus IS perhaps the best be cause of the trammg that Mlss Bartley has g1ven to the older members The chorus took on more advanced PICCPQ th1s year one of whlch was the Clorla by vlV3ldl an extremely dlfhcult work to perform The quallty of the sprlng productlon made the dehmte lmpresslon on the student body that muslc belongs at Frlends Mr Gill Not present D Chrxsthllf J Pollard B Llndeman The Dramatrcs Club Lnder the guldance and leadershlp of Mr and Mr Hanauer the Dramatlcs Department had another successful year A small but enthuslastlc group they started the school year wlth a tragedy The Vahant, presented for the studen body tn an assembly perlod Then fol lowed thelr annual three act play Cheaper by the Dozen, 1n March A very hllarlous, but m places extremely sad play lt deeply lmpressed the audl ence and showed what excellent produc tlons a hlgh school can accompllsh Later 1n the sprlng agam ln an as sembly perrod another one act play The Happy Journey, was presented An unusual play relymg ma1nly on the lmaglnatlon of the audlence It was dx rected by two students, Marx Hughes and Bob Dal emer Frrst row L Lowe S Yardley J George C Ham P Butler C Grlef Second row D Evans B Evans M E Flscher B Ensor S Davrs F Rox B Jones 'Nl Hughes M Ravltcb Thzrd row E Renn F Wlotz K Lamborn A Lacher 5 DcHoff S Huff J Boyd R Freeman Fourth row N Smrth B Dalsemer C Prtt R Boucher Pres1dentJ Harlan C Bupp N Stoer C Cowles Not present F Grant J Dashlell 70 A l l.- l- ", , S . . .Y.. . 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The Service Commzttee Operatmg under the dxrectlon of Bar bara Lmdeman the SCFVICC Commlttee thls year sought to accompllsh a great deal toward aldmg underprlvlleged groups They began thelr program by Yliltlflg a home for elderly people where a blngo party was organxzed mth FQ students j0lI'llI'lg ln Qklp Wlerrlll headed a commlttee for a successful old clothes drive, while at Christmas another cam palgn was held ln whlrh each contrib uted to a food basket for the poor l the Qprlng the Commlttef member proved thelr versatility by pamtmg, etm at lVlcK1m Center By meetmg regularly llIlCll1dlIlD tho f specxal jaunts to Mrs Nlaces farm! everyone had a good tlme along wlth adopted orphan Fzrst row C Hnsle C Grief Second row A Hoke K Woodcock B Llndz man R Weakley B Beatty Thtrd row K Pfrommer R Felld F Grant I Blrd C Cowles N Smith J Harlan J Ramage Not present S Nlerrlll W Elll The Religious L1 e Committee Fzrst row C Feinberg S Sutley M Kegan WI Felter Second rou C Bupp D Reed C Hubbard ,I Pollard E Renn G Ewald J Da hlell Not present A S6lV0ld, S Banghart B Dalsemer The Rellglous Llfe Commlttee stresses thought relxglous thought of llfe and 1ts complexltles ln the student body at Frlends Durmg a half hour perlod every Thursday, the Upper classes turn their thoughts from tests and dates to thlngs more umversal The commlttee under the guidance of Bllss Forbush ,Ir has helped ln this by voluntarlly pre ent lng ldeas both orlglnal and from the works of great men durlng these perlods Anyone can speak ln Meetmg as lt IS called for there If no organized eeruce The classes welcome this pause IH thelr qulte hurrled HCIIXIIIB and some feel lt a rewardmg BYPCFICYICP I I 3 M. 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I The A ffiliatzon Commzttee Fzrst row L Wllkmson S Huff A Hoke Second row R Hampshlre T Wels burger R Rudolph L Dresser L Buchner A Panzlronl M Kegan F Karfgm Murgatroyd D Howell A McAll1ster Thzrd row J Novograd E Hubbard The Alhllatlon Commlttee was vert successful ln all It undertook thls year Contlnumg the exchange program wlth Godalmlng th1s major project entalled sendmg Cathy Felter to England and bflnglng Blll Ellis to Frlends Headed by Fred Motz and wlth Dlane Howell as the secretary, thls commlttee has worked hard to ralse money for future student exchanges Through such projects as selllng food before blg games, as well as lost and found artlcle and F S basketball pms, they have been able to help support themselves After a group journeyed to Schwenks vllle for a conference, many Oflglflal ldeas were lncorporated lnto projects, correspondence, food, and publlclty commlttees Thanks should also be glven to the faculty for thelr support Decker S Merrlll B Hooker H Jones C Hubbard F Motz D Reed Felld J Blrd J Wharton J Pollard N Stoer B Patter on Not present Dalsemer International Relations Agaln th1S year the International Rela tlons club has been formed under the enthuslastlc guldance of Mrs Walker The members chose as the mam toplc of dlscusslon, "the goals of young people 1n fore1gn countrles, and often had opportunlty of hearlng the 0plIll0I'lS of the two exchange students B111 Ellls from England and Anna Panzrom from Italy, who was elected Presldent of the club She was ably asslsted by Nma New, secretary Nancy Gaebler and Mary Ellen PFICC of the refreshment commlttee, and Mel Downing treasurer The members planned to go to Wash mgton to VlSlt several embassles and exchange OPINIONS wlth the country s representatlves We are sure that the members of the club have acqulred a better understand lng of people of other countrles 1416 First row S Crowley P Butler M Prlce N Gable: N Heath Second row 'Nlrs Teller D Chrxsthllf A Panzlrom N New B Lmdeman Thlrd row C Neuman D Reed J Wharton M Downmg T Rosenberg B Ellls Not present F Karfgm F Grant A Peterson 72 A A ' 9 . ii ' ' i S . k'r .- I ': . , . ,. . :. ,. - , , . , . , . , . ,.. , . 1 ' . 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Q.-1 Cathre Felt: r --Ili Anna Panzlrom Bob Felld tl no .xr i Blll ElllS and Eugene Hubbard English Exchange Once agam th1s year the atlillatron commlttees of Friends and Godalmlng School IH En land haye sponsored an exchange of students under the S A S scheme Gene Hubbard spent his ,lumor year 1n England maklng a great contrlbutlon to school life at Godalmmg He left a good feelmg of understandmg behlnd hlm and hrs stay there w1ll long be remembered Thls year Blll Ellls has jolned the semor class from Codalmm Whlle he enjoyed an actlve year he was also an honor roll student ln exchange for Blll Cathre Felter has spent a yery successful year at Godalmln as a lumor A F S Program Those who haye had the benefit of talkin wlth Anna Panzlronl and Bob Felld about thelr experx ences here ln Italy and ln Germany recognlze the contrlbutron the Amerlcan Fleld Serylce has made to Frlends School this vear by makm such ex changes posslble lt ls clear by talkln yuth teen agers of dlfferent back rounds that actually there IS no baSlC d1Her ence between people and that 1t IS merely the cus toms and ldeas that are yarled Thus ln gatherln such lnformatlon from dlplomats ln the persons of -Xnna and Bob we are leading the yyay ln the dey el opment of greater yyorld understandrn Dutch Treat Co Chairmen Martha Kegan and Joe Wharton The bazaar thlg year headed bs Martha lxegzan and Jo VT harton, was a hlg Quceeiq The hrami hehlnd the hizaar were Mr Mlllard and 'Vlrs Rlchardson vshoec- experlemed handa hare condueted It for many xear Dutch Treat vsaa the theme for thla wear and wrt cffectne decoratlons depleted ln dutch scenee what mae helng Gold The lpper Qchool turkey dlnner almaw draxw a lug crowd The senlor mothers who decorated the hbrarx and preslded at the tahlee plus Frlends School how and glrle who walted on the tables helped to create the frlendly atmoephere Meredlth Felter and John Pollard were ln charge of the dmmg room Jus to tie team work fall the l' N Qtuf 1 nt md far ultx le ld u xa ta uu e The Holly Ball When coming upon the former scene of athletn ronteste the Qpectator was greeted bw the xmon of Qophletlcated couples dancing or rouped around tableQ wrapped in ribbon and mndx Lanea fhlq wear Q Holly Ball was one of the most uuewful projecte of the Qemor ClaQs Held from 9 to l ln the ry capable direction nf Frank I rant and JCQSII? Lexerm, this was the fir I formal of the tear on December 23 1958 ,wmnanum under the xe llerorated ln a unique f8Qlll0ll mth Qnoss flakes and a white hollw wreath the gym 9CCHl9fl lil Uff0llI1f.l CX CIWOD6 Vtllll all BUIIOS phere f Chrwtmae gaxets The exceptlonal deroratlona were made up bi a committee orna Card of Fax lxarfgln Anne Green L ner Nlarffaret Nlur atroxd.K1tty Woodcock Martha KCUHIIV Chipper Bupp and Robyn Ru- dolph. The color theme of red and white in- cluded a :alient white tree bathed in red light. With music provided by Morffan Baer we l f anced our way toward a memorable vacation. . ,.x S. ,,, 'xv ' ,L 1 . . ' , .Y In li in-fa' 'V V ,' , QA 1,, ,rg K . 'N 33 ' v gf x , 1 -,Q x mr li. , - . .-' ' c 'jx - . -. ' ' I ha is 15 rl ' , . I "5v'4' - -,sg 4-1 A-f., ' we. - 'p . .. , +1 1 ififgix ,4'i,f'k l . 4 '. ,Q 432 - ' ' w , V P' R X ' - 3 A , A I Y V1 it ,K - 7 A ! . 5 gi .15 V ,.,,. A 4 ! 5, y wwf' ,.1,1vf s" ,YI . 'wi 1 11 - -M -Qfviilifm-41 L Leia- "'-.. 2ff' m.i? I :gl qlpv 'NJ l V' rs :gM 1 5' 'A wifwr R Hampshire D Chrlsthllf C Smmk T Weisberger 9 Alexander D Hasslinger Not present M Woodman R Meyer The GAA The C A A began the 1958 Q9 year with their traditional initiation party in September This occasion which welcomed the seventh graders, other new students and teachers, was highlighted by a stunnlng exhibition by Mrs Millard on the art of the hula hoop In regular meetings the G A A discussed and acted upon points of lnterest pertalnmg to all girls actiutles These meetings were conducted by our capable presldent, Carol Smlnk Other oflices of the G.A.A. were held by secretary Theresa Weisberger and treasurer Dorsey Chris- thilf. In the beginning of the year each class chose its representatives to the G.A.A. This is an important class position and calls for a responsible person, as these persons are often called to out- side meetings and are depended upon to arouse interest in Girls athletics and to increase school spirit. These capable representatives from the seventh through the eleventh grades were: Sue Alexander Donna Hasslinger Ruthie Meyer, Mary Woodman and Ruth Hampshire. The climax of our year was the awards banquet held in the spring, which was organized by Carol and Mrs. Millard. Blazers and shields were given to those participating on Varsity teams and numerous other awards were given. Thus as the 58-59 session of the G.A.A is brought to a close, we can look back upon a successful and ew entful year. 78 n-. , T --.. lg.: iv Fzrst row I Bxrd B Patterson D Reed Second row C Harlan N Smxth J Cleveland Not present 'NI Nlortdecal B iltaaap lu-.' sf- iq " 5 '1f'B as -so ' GI' 'Y ,., Fromme The 1918 59 Boxs Athletrc As oclatlon was led bw Pres1dentBoh Patterson Treasurer Danny Bend and Qecretarx JIITI Blrd The elghth through twelfth grades elected the1r representatives m the fall of the xear The elffhth grade elected Chuck Harlan the nmth grade was represented by Monte lVlordeca1 the tenth grade elected Nathan Smlth the eleventh grade voted for ,llm Clexeland wh1le the twelfth was represented hx Jlm Blrd Because of 1ts tremendous success last wear the B A A contmued to have Athletlc Assemblles, allow Ing the bots to TCCCIYC their letters after each sport and to wear them proudls durlng the school tear Durlng these 3SQCmbl1CS the awardmg of letters was followed bx cheers led bs the Varsltx Cheerlead ers These added to the assemblles and helped to make them a success Durlng the school tear the B A A jomed the C A A to dlscuss wats ln whlch thew could lmproxe school plfll and hate larger attendance at both home and awax games These dlscussrons were xerx helpful and led to an lmproxement of school splrxt and some of the best turnouts l-'rlends School has seen ln a long time Thls rear saw mam boss I'PCPlXll'1g thelr whlte sweaters showlng that thex became member of the Yarsltw Club la branch of the BA A 3 To become a member the athlete must hare two xar ltx letters ln two dlfferent sports or four xarslts letters ln one sport ln ummatlon the B -X -X had a xerx successful wear and th1s wears ofhcers wxsh those of next xear good luck 79 - .. 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V ' Ann Linda Barbara McAllister Brecht Turnbull Anne Hoke Caro Sue Wltt Banghart Dellle Strickland Alxce Morse Cheerleading The cheerleading squad was fortunate to get five excellent addltlons thls year Delhe Strlckland Ann McAll1ster Barbara Tumbull Susan Banghart and Carol Wltt who Jomed last years squad of Anne Hoke Allce Morse and Linda Brecht School spmt has been a much talked about subject thls year and we feel the cheerleaders have done much to encourage lt Pep rallles new cheers new chants, and decoratlons have played a large part ln the rlsmg splrlt of the students Thls year whlle everyone had taken a more avld lnterest ln sports, they have also been attendmg the games ln an lncreaslng number It was declded to have two head cheerleaders this year lnstead of one because of the constant attentlon mvolved The two glrls fulfillmg thls job were Anne Hope and Allce Morse Thelr job was difficult but with the support of the other cheerleaders lt has been made mto a very pleasant and enjoyable task Although the Varslty Football Team had an unsuccessful season these girls gave them much needed support throughout the season and deserve a great deal of credlt The cheerleaders have trled to promote school umty not only ln athletlcs but also ln school 8CtlVl tles Their pep and enthuslasm durmg the year has been a large contrlbutlon to the school We salute you glrls and thank you for your time spent ln a commendable job ln a task that IS very necessary to Friends School 80 ! 5 Y . . .. , 1 1 1 1 1 - .. . . 1 - 1 1 - 1 . . . . . 1 . . . . . . 1 1 . . , . . . . . . . 1 . lister D Howell L Peake A Carter Badminton Due to the fact that all seniors must graduate at least those on last year 5 badminton team managed to the squad welcomed several new members this year They included Lmda Peake, Carol Suhr Ann 'VlcAll1ster and Jean Wright This was a year for deyelopment and lmproyement of skills and potentlallty and high hopes for a better season next year as a result of this year s work In addition to new players the team also welcomed a new coach Mrs Leipold Mr Lelpold worked with the team to improve all thelr shots whether slamming clearing placing shots or sery mg lndlvidual help was also glyen after practice to anyone who wished to stay Anne Carter was chosen manager and Martha Kegan captain of the team Both did a terrific job in support and encouragement Thls year the team had an organized and workmg ladder, which was a new addition 'Nlargaret Murgatroyd and Diane Howell were ln constant competltion for the top place therefore the Number one player varied from game to game 'Next in order were Jeannie Wright Corky Smith Martha Kegan Fay Karfgm, and lNorl1an Heath The remalnmg positions were held by Lmda Peake Sandra Sutley Carol Suhr, and Ann 'VlcAll1ster The season was topped off with a mixed doubles tournament in which Carol Suhr and Bruce Stelnwald emerged victorious Let hope that next years team can triumph oyer someone besides themselves 81 First row: F. Karfgin, M. Murgatroyd, Captain: M. Kegan. S. Sutley, C. Smith. Second row: J. Wright, C. Suhr, N. Heath, A. 'Nh Al I V au 'V ' u u ' , techniques. Although the spirit was high, the' scores failed to attain the same level. But there is . . I . K V y .N vw - I . . V 'Y , y v . l S- . y Y. . . , . , . y . , yt A . l . . f . M ' C' , Y I 5 . v M . . V, -S - , . q M L, M ' MQ! iwi out . onex ,A,. ' of-r. H. ft:-imuaI1l. 'lf Spivknc-H. lf. Fnlixlmry. li. Fr-ilri. ff. Rupp. N. Smith. Il. B111-Hz-r. Thin! row: Mr. HU fzml mu: J. Llvwlurlrl. .l, XXIIZJFIHII. H, l'aIlv'r-on. flfl-filfllliillx .l. Hir-I .111-1 M llllfvlvzxrmi. IJ. Hvwi. f.. f."Wvlf'-- J. Hurlgxml, .Nrrffrlfl H J 'N Nt N XNIIQVII. NI. Hn-rrwlt. In Nlntx. H. lxlli-. U, fxxzllh. R. Huuvhrr. K. I,fl'lPHlHlI'l'. 'lf Ku-Q-l1lwl'g1. Ur. Cray. 'Sul pnnwllt: J. Pollard. 'Z ,HV "IHS I xX"lNf"ILl"I1 Xl- xx"l'i1A4. Nllllllk, H. HH11'YIIIil.I.. liulllnf-11 ll. limlrlx, ,Nwmzfl mu: Il,1.l1vi-rhnlf. I,. Ilrwr-ht. X. Hnk l. lil-N-wr. 4.. H1-lv. 82 Football Regardless of the record, It IS ea x to consider the football team as hating played a succe ful season And play was the key word a both veterans and rookles allke exhlblted sp1r1t and en thuslasm 1n abundant quantltles Coaches Rlchwagen Cray and Nlcholls were able to teach a lot to th1S hard workmg squad Travellnv to landon for the openrng game, the tender uakers were cooked, 28 2 wlth Jlm flew land a the onlx one to fro the whole game Rounung back the followlng week the Starlet and flrax took the1r first home game from St james 2614 On lNosember 17, the team closed out the season ln a real struggle at St Andrews, commg from behmd to t1e the score, 6 6 ln the mterwenlng gamfs between October 10 and 'November 1 the uaker dnd not come from behlnd against Qt Qtephens St Albans, Wllmlngton and Sldwell Friends If excuses are ln order, the B1 Red can LPl't8lIllX pomt to the lnjured llst with some justrficatlon Marcy Pr1ce, a stellar performer 1n last xear backfield, was sldelmed because of IIIJUTIEQ for the season along wlth Howard Jones, Nlck Stoer, and John Pollard Howeser, 'Vllke Herrxott led a back field of Nathan Smlth Don Buckler, and Karl Pfrommer through a lme whlch performed well agalnst heauer opponents Two senlors recelved laurels for the1r contrlbutlon to the team Danny Reed was the Frlends reclp lent of the MCCOfmlCk Unsung Hero Award whlle Karl Pfrommer earned the unsunff hero award for the St Stephens game We leave our sp1r1t, not our record, to next wear s team ockey In 1908 the hockew season beffan ahead of time one week before school opened Elew en enthuslastlc members of last sears hockey squad lchaperoned bw Nllss Homer! went up to the Hockes Camp IH Pennsslwanla, accompamed by a whole carload of popcorn' As they spent the week learmnv more about hockew and the plawlnff of the sport thev had a head tart on their hockex season lmprote ment of the1r hockes was not all that the team gamed howexer, as thus week drew the team closer together and helped to make thls one of the most enyosable seasons exer The glrls worked hard throughout thelr unusuallx succe sful season and thelr progre s was clearlx marked when the team Hnlshed wlth only one loss on the1r record As usual thls wear Frmends sent a team to Hockew Plas Dax at Brsn Nlawr There thes won two and t1ed one of thexr Games Xl though an all star hl h chool team was not chos n, thls dax wa enjoxed bw the team especxallx slnce It gase them a chance to see ln actxon the opponents as thex would plax later As ha been the case ln prew 1ous sears the most lmportant Uame faclng the team wa Nllh Brsn Wlawr Affaln thx xear Frlends was unable to defeat them as thes fought to a dramat1c 00 tle before a larve crowd All m all the hockes team th1s xear had one of 1ts most succe sful and sprrlted sea on Hopes are hlgh that next sear s team wxll haxe an equalls successful season' 83 ' . 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C, S " , - ' c ' , - 1' ' C . , ,' ' 1' Q ' 5 - 5 s. . . v , v. v Y Boys Basketball Thls year the uaker cagers had a good season Although the qumts record dld not equal that of last years team the 59 ers made a good showmg At the helm for the Blg Red were cocaptalns Dan Reed and Nlarcy Prlce both of the class of 59 Wlth such able leaders as these Frlends was bound to haye a good season Both boys haye out standlng records m athletlcs but are not to be dlscredlted m their 3CEld6I11lCQ elther Thls years team was comprlsed of twelye m mhels suen repre entatly es from the semor clas and fiye from the JUHIOI' class It ha been found that more can he aecompllshed ln practice wlth less men and thls fact was borne out by the team s re ord Partlclpants from the semor class thls year were Henry Hammond one of the team semor new comers, Gene Hubbard the team s scormg man qklp 'Vlerrll one of the team s most accurate shooters Marcy PFICC a co captam Bob Patterson the other enlor newcomer Dan Reed, the other co captaln and last but not least the teams playmaker Jay Stott Representmg the ,lunlor class we had Joe Harlan one of the four junlor first year men Bob Harrlngton an acqumsltlon from the junior yarslty lVl1ke Herrlott the only second year man among the jumors, Howard Jones the swrftest rookle and Joe Ramage whose playlng 3lJllltV mented hun a startlng posltlon on the team It IS easy to see why the class of 59 is proud rf thelr basketball team Girls Basketball Thls year the team started out wlth only three experlenced members Carol Smmk, Anne Hoke, and Dorsey Chrlsthllf Smce Mrs Mlllard was absent for the begmmng of the season lVl1ss Homer had the Job of choosmg the younger glrls who would be the greatest a set to the team The forwards were comprised of senlors Carol Smmk, Dorsey Chrlsthllf and Anne Hoke These were backed up by two rookle members sophomore Martha Welsh and freshman Bee Jones the young est members of the team Leadlng the guards was captaln Dorsey Chrlsthllf supported by Ruth Hampshrre and sophomores Nora Alexander and Martha Welsh Through XHIIOUQ drllls the funda mentals were emphaslzed and experlence gamed After the drllls the mtramural teams playedyround robms under the dlI'CCll0I1 of the yarslty plavers When these were limshed the yarslty squad took oyer the eourt Vlhlle the games were played Mr Mlllard falthfully polnted out the mlstakes made and walted for their correctlon Although there were tlmes when the glrls landed on the floor or agamst the wall they stlll got a great deal of enjoy ment out of practlce, and although one may haye heard comments to the contrary the glrls looked forward to basketball practlce In splte of belng handlcapped by a lack of experlence a well as by a lack of helght to mtlmldate the rlval guards the yarslty dlstmgunshed themsely es m the sea on s games 84 V , . v. 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A- I mt I x X q W Y 4 -X 't F rst mu W Harker L Jr nv ialf f f :mt t mu f t YY 5 lt lxlarlll IJ N 0 4 1 1 N I f f W hartrm' U Ro nhloott XI W dtt 86 Xwlmmm ljllflflf the wmter the Swlllltllltl team wtnt down to tht jewt h Community Lenter exerx fuesdax Wedne dax and fhursdax for practue lnder the drrettlon of Ellen Plorer the glrls rfallx worked hard tr IIHIJFUNL thenr troke and rut seconds off thelr tlme The team swam ln four dual meets and ln the lntf I'StlNlld51ltN xxhu h wr re held at fdmonson fllgh Ne ool The Varsltx team raptamfd lx crrx 1 ll lrrfer wt madf up of the xeterans of last x ar plus manx newromers Xr cm l arhc r xx 1 th numhfr one lack strolxer and al o swam the 1nd1 ual nedlrx re ax f I a in a set to tht dlxmf team and Nlarx Hannlh Sands a f auth nferson aso mmetef m tht extnt anne has won numerous awards for her com pftltlxt 4 :xm and ls tl 1 .1 stron sxxnnmf r Nlarx llann th hands and l'a1th Henderson lmproxef mueh and scored ht hlx llc llle Ntrul-.land worked hard on fr txle as dld Theresa Welsberger rn the hutterflx Allee XIUFSK falth llender on and 'lhcrc a Vte1sher,.er swam ln the free stxle the relax exents while flellle Strickland lmda Peake and Eleanor Small rompeted ln the breast troke ex ents Losmff onlx one member m the per on of fhere a Xvelshergber and htxmg: manx who wlll stlll be underfla smtn next xear the F N team should swnm 1l1ffT1SClXf to fame Ill future xear to romc Wrestling As the wrestler ll'lNt lIlLI'tEiiCtl In numlurs thex also hast nn quality Thls years record of four wms and onlx one loss tertamlv verifies thus fart ln then fir t meft whlch was agamst St lauls the uakers took exery match 1I'lLlUCllI1f" a ffw lux pms AfamstlV1t St Joe 'md the Cltx B squad the grapplers won by wlde mar,.1ns Hoxxexer thex faded to eontlnue thelr streak .1 Cllman handed them their Hrst loss lNexertheless the season ended on a happy note when a close match wlth a more experlenced Sex ern team w as won Bw hopes were plated on the MQA tournament hx Coach Watts but they falled to Illalleflallli' Exerxone was YxZ1lClllfl0' Frank Bernstein who placed fourth ln hls wewht dlxlslon last xear Lnfortunatelx he had an extremelx had cold at the start of the tournament and was ellmmated m the second round Frlend s final srappler hope Joe Wharton almost made the con olatlon hnals while the other entrles were stopped ln the first round For haxmg 1 xounf and relatlxely lnexperlenced team Frrends dld xerx well Back from la t xear were the senlor to captains Frank BCFHQICID and Joe Wharton at 133 and 138 pounds re pectxxelx B111 11 harton and Chlck Lord at 14-.3 Jrm Cleaxeland at 11.3, and Jlfll Blrd In the unllmlted class who unluckxlx suffered a shoulder mjurx early IH practlce The newcomers mcluded Dlck Paxlls and Cux btrlekland at 112 and Bruce Goodwln at 104 Wrth their xounv blood the uaker should Urapple well next xear 87 I I ' 1' ' . 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C Q , S B F . -, 1 Boys Lacrosse Although when thxs book went to pre s lt was too early 1n the season for any games to haye been played both Coach Nlcoll and Watts felt that the F S stlckman had fine potentxal and a good nucleus around whlch a first class team could be bu1lt The sp1r1t ran hlgh as can be proved by the enthuslasm of the boys ln thelr annual sprlng yacatlon practlce Besxdes thelr usual rlvals the uakers took on a new foe ln the X 1rg1n1a Freshmen early IH the season Coach Wlatts contlnued wlth lns yeteran defense of Danny Reed Bob Patterson Joe Harlan and Chuck Sahsbury whlle he tramed ,llm Cleayeland Bob Dalsemer and Nick Stoer who were all members of last years J V squad Our older goalles John Dashlells and Frank Bernstem were backed up by the newcomers Fred Mot? and Chlck Lord Under Mr Nlck who supervlsed the offensive end of the game was our fine flrst mldfield of Marcy Prlce Mlke Herrlott and Gene Hubbard Supportmg these were the sophomores Nathan Smlth Don Buckler and Bruce Stemwald Among the ranks of the attack were the veterans Jay Stott Sklp Merrlll Howard Jones and Bobby Harrmgton Henry Hammond D3Vld Evans and Karl Pfrommer composed the rookle sectlon of the attack Wlth the older boys experlence backed up by the younger boys Splflt and deslre to learn plus the strong wxll to wln of all the boys the team should prove to be a good one and hold up the trad1t1on of Frlends bemg athletlcally a lacrosse school Girls Lacrosse Although the Glrls Lacros e Team has made a regular sprlng appearance at Frlends slnce 1953 lt had only been a varslty sport maklng glrls ellglble for blazers smce 1901 Because of thrs they have not had tlme to develop thelr team to the utmost perfectlon Though many slgned up for the sport so few of these put 1n a regular appearance that 'Vlrs Donald Rlchwagen the uakerettes coach could barely make up a team Besides they were ney er able to end the season w1th as many lacrosse balls as they started out for ey ery tlme the boys ran laps one or two more dlsappeared tno connectlon of coursel Desplte these obstacles the team IS gradually comlng lnto 1ts own For those of you who know very little about glrls lacrosse but are famlllar with boys lacrosse here are a few of the most notable dlfferences glrls are not allowed to haye pockets m thelr stlcks they cannot have any bodxly contact wlth thelr opponents they haye no boundarles on the field and there are twelve play ers mstead of ten Other than these polnts wlth the exceptlon of a few mmor rules the game IS baslcally the same The team th1s year welcomed sey eral new members and mterest eems to be growlng The Splflt of the team was hlgher than eyer They played games wlth Goucher College Bryn Mawr Roland Park Country School and Park Ey ery one enjoyed the season and looks forward to next year as a year of vlctory 88 ' . Q ' V Y ' Y 1 .-, v S . . 9 . . . Q v . y. . . Y . e , . e . ' - 'I 9 9 . Y . . . v - 9 , 9 ' 9 9 9 , . . . . . . . -- , , . . 9 9 4 9 , , . - . . . . v 9 9 ' ' 9 9 9 ' 1 1 . , . Y v Y , . . . ' J , 9 . . . . . y U 99 ' I . , . . . S . 7 . v . . . . . .-,- , I .. , a, - . . Y . Y . . Q . . I . Y 9 9 ' 9 ' - ' f Y 9 ' - 9 , ' v Y , . ' v v V . . , 1 . . Y. , , . V . Y. . v V . 9 9 , V . . Y. . 9 , 9 - 9 9 , ' . Y Q 7 I . S 7. . . . . v Y Y v. V v - , 9 9 Y r - ' - v . 7 ' . . ' li First row: Mr. Watts. C. Cowlf-5, G. Strickland, S. Me-r rill, C. Hubharrl. C. Salisbury. Nl. Pricv, J. Dashielli, Mr. Nick. Second row: D. Bucklor. N. Smith, J. Harlan, ll. Slvinwalcl. D. Evans, H. Jone-S. H. He-rriolt, Third row: B. Patterson, B. Harrington, C. Lorrl, J. Cleavf-lanfl, G. Pitt. F. Motz, B. Dalsvmwr. Not presenl: H. Ham' monfl, K. Pfrommf-r. D. Rrffffl, N. Stof-r. J. Stott. 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H, Uvatty. . l . 4 ,, Q2 1 ' Boys Tennis As the season of nets ball and fast actlon approached the tenms men of Frnencls avant searched for that old racquet and last wear tennls hoes Rnd when thew appeared on the court that first daw anw casual obserwer could hawe correctlw predicted that the Prlends School tennls team would enjow a profitable season Thts wears squad had thc second tc fifth posltlons held bw the enlors john Pollard Rcl ert Felld Chlpper Bupp and joe Wharton The number one spot was quite capablx held bw If hn Novofrrod a werw sklllecl netter wh ha hel l thu place for the past three wc ar n accordance w1th the requirement f the Nl 9 X rulcs on cntcrmf a cllwlslon 1 roup schools competlng wlth each other ln a particular sport Frlcncls had two wwcll rn ntc hc cl cloublc teams on the courts The numbcr onf set was ,Iohn Nowogrod mcl john Pollml and the ec oncl parr conslsted of Chlpper Bupp and Robert Fellcl The bows thls wear were coached bw a new member of the facultw Vlr Newton who teachc Freshman Engllsh and Blble Placlnv great emphasls on condltlonlng Nlr Newton saw to lt that none of the plawers ever lost a match because of fatrgue The bows on th1S wears team were completelx satisfied with the results of their JOIIII effort and wlsh Mr Newton success wlth tennls IH the future Girls Tennis Tradltlonally tennis IS l'r1ends Schools mo t popular sprlng sport for Flrls and tht wc rr was no ewcceptlon The week of Warch Zircl saw Nfrs Vllllard wclcomc thus wears racquet clul wlth her OfT'lCl3l gesture of unlocklnf the lron Gates to her newlw surfacecl courts N11 Horncr also greeted the hopeful nlne plus ulmstltute to a swlnffmff start The top hwe were slated to plaw singles while the remalmng four were ranked a doubles contcnclc rs Vlanw of these vlrls notlcccl a strange amulet danglng from Coach Nllllarcl neck to warcl off anw cvll weather Overall the team was a wounf one smce all of the top ranking plawers from last wear f rtcl uated At the tlme thls book was publl hed the all lmportant ladder was not declded -Xnne Hokc Martha Kegan Vlargaret Nlurgatrowd Fax Karfgm Wleredlth Pelter Dorsey Chrlsthllf and Terrw Wersberger were the senlor competlng to fill the kes posltlons wacated last xear whlle Ruth Hampshlre Betsw Beattw and Loul a Buchner were the junior contenders The sophomore cla was well repre ented bw Carol Watt I usa Dresser and Nur Banghart Althouvh the team as a whole was lnewcpertenced lt had frezt determination and an wsu flowlng ptrxt These qualltlcs should help the 1 lrl the atche x th thclr traclttlcnal uw rl Roland Park Qountrw Brwn Mawr Notre Dame Park and Oldheld ln dfltlllltlll the nature of the squad made lllle wear a wear for llllllfllftff ancl o the future look liflglll 9 1 n -, ' ' . , e E - ' 's Q ., . 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Boys I3 o I5 y . Boys B to I5 yrs. DRexeI 7-7200 III CANADIAN CANOE TRIPS Boys 3 rs. and up 0 0 I , Mar aret . Donz elep one: VErnon - I . I GEORGE H. DASHIELL 8- SONS CO. CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING 223 East 33rd Street BE 5 6449 HAWKINS SHANAHAN CO INC L awndale at Wyndhurst Avenue E AND EXPORT J M HAWKINS JR A B SHANAH TIRES WHOLESAL AN S M CHRISTHILF 8. SON INC CONSTRUCTION 81 INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT Tumomum Md VA 5 5'I00 Compliments THE CHESAPEAKE PAPERBOARD CO PAUL HAIRDRESSERS e at Loch Raven Blvd Wlndsor 4 0700 Nate Phone 4 VA 5 21 I2 5810 Windsor Mull Road B I THE FRIENDS SCHOOL SUMMER DAY CAMP JUNE 22 JULY 3I 5114 N Charles Street Baltumore 10 Md 'I677 ID 5 2800 GEMPP S GARAGE GENERAL REPAI RING FINEST IN AUTO PAI NTING 24 HOUR TOWING a tlmore 7 Md JERRY GEARY FLOWERS Pumllco Greenhouses 5335 Park Heights Avenue 106 ' of s of . . , . , . BLISS FORBUSH, JR., Director Taylor Avenu . I I . . I . I n SAMUEL KIRK 8. SON INC BALTIMORES OLDEST JEWELERS Charles St Edmondson Vullage Towson Comphmems Grffs SILVERWARE JEWELRY CHINA CRYSTAL RUDOLPH s. sElvoLD A FRIEND FURRIERS 825 N Charles S1 Balhmore Maryland MU 5 0255 C0mPl'me'1fS HOLLINS MARKET AN ENEMY PINEHURST PHARMACY Fred W Ap tz Pharmacust Reg No 1361 6227 Charles Street DRexeI 7 7777 78 GRAUEL S MARKET INC FAMOUS FOR FINE FOO 4032 Roland Avenue D Compllmenfs Baltimore ll Maryland A BE 51182 92172 lO7 0 o o of EDDlE'S LUNCH of I I o of . TU - WILLIAM H SANDS BUILDERS TOWSON 4 MARYLAND SUNSHINE KITCHEN HOME MADE CAKES SAUSAGE PRESERVES Mldway between Rersterstown and Westminster Route T40 Tn 8 9370 Fmksburg Md BURPEE HOFFMAN SCARLETT seems THOMAS J SEIBOLD CO LAWN AND GARDEN EQUIPMENT HUnter 6 3800 Relsterstown Road Garrison Md FINKSBURG ESSO SERVICENTER W R KRAUSE Phone TEnnyson 3 9788 HAINES AMOCO SERVICE NE 5 5252 New Windsor Maryland FRANK C LONG SONS DECORATORS PAINTING AND PAPERING 426 East 31st Street Phone BEImount 51388 FIELD S PHARMACY the Plkesvllle Medlcal Center HU 63300 CHARGE ACCOUNTS INVITED Z 9 CIW Annapohs Md MRS A RYAN BEAUTY SALON 3414 Greenmount Ave CHesapeake 3 9444 IO8 O I O O I . o ' - 0 ' , . ' - ' . U.S. Route No. 140 Finksburg, Maryland WASHING-LuBRlcATloN-TlREs-BATTERIES I In . . . WESTWOOD RESTAURANT 101 W 22nd Street BElmont 5-7287 OPEN SUNDAYS MURPHY FLORIST INC Northwood Shopplng Center YOUR SCHOOL FLORIST Nite BE 5-7125 HO 7 4545 HO 7-7778 TOWSON ARTIST AND DRAFTING SUPPLY CO VALLEY BLUE PRINT COMPANY STONELEIGH STUDIO CONTEMPORARY DESIGNED GIFTS CRAFTS SUPPLIES ART ENGINEERING CRAFTS 8. PICTURE FRAMING 6909 york Road 33 York Rd Towson 4 Md VA 3 6406 VA 3 8969 DR 7 8988 FROM A SENIOR S PARENT ARRIVEDERCI ANNA THE GREIFS BEL YORK WASHETTE 5940 York Road WASH FLUFF DRY SHIRTS FINISHED ON PREMISES ID 5 6028 LExIngton 9 8173 LOUIS BOOKE DIamonds AntIque Jewelry SIlverware 117 W Saratoga Street HAMMANN MUSIC COMPANY EVERYTHING MUSICAL PIANOS ORGANS 206 N Lnberty Street Plaza 2 6737 GEORGE W RADEBAUGH 8. SONS FLORISTS 120 Burke Avenue VAIIey 5 4300 Towson 4 Maryland Comphments from THE CLASS OF 65 IO9 I o o O I . o I ., , . ' ' ' l I u B. A. A. ' . . E . . O o I ' I LAIRD ROCK AND SMALL HAMPTON VILLAGE AND FOX CHAPEL FRIEND O Complimenfs of I DEVELOPERS OF Complimenfs of .gjufherfancl M866 Letterprefr and 0 .ret Pmntzng THERE S NO FROM A SUBSTITUTE SENIOR S FOR QUALITY MOTHER me 0 Q ' ff 300 EAST TWENTY-SECOND STREET - HOPKINS 7-5010 - BALTIMORE 18, MD. ll I I II ANNE B ANNE esf Wishes BARBARA from ROSAGENE THE QUAKER STAFF DORSEY HENRY JOHN M BOB FAY THEGAA MUlberry 5 7665 Morgan Baer Orchestras, Inc ARTISTS BUREAU WILLIAM STEVENSON ARTIST REPRESENTATIVE 1019 North Charles Street Balhmore I Maryland Dugan s Esso Servlcenter York Road and Bellona Avenue TRAILER RENTALS TUNE UP BRAKES Sch relber 8. Jones SPORTING GOODS ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT 6427 Baltimore National Plke ID 5 4440 NEAR ROLLING ROAD Balhmore 28 Maryland Rldgeway 7 9033 II2 JI 0 0 o f . I 0 I 0 O . I O - 0 MARNAT FOOD MKT INC Seven Mule Lane and Marnaf Road Pkes Ile 8 Maryland Complrmenfs FAY AND MARGIE Complrmenfs A FRIEND PEGGY AND JOHN MR AND MRS WILLIAM C FLOOK 204 W Clay Street MR AND MRS MILTON J BROWNSTEIN KING AND RICHARDSON CATERING PARTIES WEDDING RECEPTIONS SPECIALTY WI 71465 MA 35317 Compllmenfs A FRIEND Compllmenfs A FRIEND Congrofulahons THE SENIOR CLASS THE PARENTS AUXILIARY U ., . of of DEPENDABLE LEATHER Gooos CO"'P""'e"'S of 1 of fo of II3 Speccakata cn Me fezaduaaon one amucalc az adaolc and oo6'6'e9e4 cue-zgcadezc 7 Established 1919 2140 Alsqulth Street Baltimore 18 Md HOpklns 7 6700 PROUD PRODUCERS OF YOUR ANNUAL 114 K 7 1 xt X Q , R f ' of ff J tg' x X. :al ,V . l , 4,11 , , . '-9 A 3 If U-' .' ,' !v."', -' , . FRIENDS SCHOOL 5114 NORTH CHARLES STREET FOUNDED 1784 Frlends School Belleves that 1' at T CI? t at t at that education IS fundamental to the preservation and mamtenance of our democratic socaety ID a varlety of educational lnstltutuons Iles the posslblllty of con stant progress In developing our heritage now and nn the future rellglous values must be placed ID the center ot our educatuon most people mature education must be concerned with all sides of personalnty physical mtellectual socnal and splrltual self dlsclplme grows through the acceptance of personal and group responslblllty social sensltlvlty as necessary for real democratlc leadership BLISS FORBUSH Headmaster IDlewood 5 2800 h . . I . .P . . . ' . .. -. - h . . . . I that co-education is the normal and natural environment in which h i . i I . . . - h - . . . :PMN 7515 MW


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