Friends Select School - Record Yearbook (Philadelphia, PA)

 - Class of 1957

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FRIENDS, SELECT SCHOOL 17th 86 PARKWAY ' PHILADELPHIA ESTABLISHED 1689 Wi A Ms., V SWF ,A I N, .. , Q I Egjjg Q5 llB"f' 4" Q5 5 0 RECQRD THE FSS. L, ,gg 1 G N- .. Q V, W m 5, 6 19 AMLHDELPXAXQ- THE F.S.S. RECORD JUNE 13, 1957 LASS OF1957 GRAD ATE RO FRIE SQSELE HOOL NEWS SUMMARY BL INDEX This issue dedicated to Master Alex lNfacColl, tribute paid to Teachers Helen MacDonald and Margaret Sheets. fPages 4-Sl Seclion I-EDUCATION fPages 6-133 Headmaster guiding light of new school improvements. .fPage sb Fine educational staff completes 1956- 57 school year. fPages 9-13D Section Il -- GENERAL NEVVS fPages 14--215 Class of 1969 completes initial year at Select with favorable success. fPage 16j The class of 1958 inherits the leader- ship of Select from the Seniors. CPage 213 Seclion III - FEATURES QP:1ges 22-511 Complete coverage of the graduating class who took part in the Commencement Exercises at the Meeting House today. Gages 24-395 Election results from November fourth made known. fPage 4-4-D Graduates review old times. fljages 4-6 and 50,1 Ziggy's "Word for Tomorrow" deviates from the usual theatre review to feature news on today's celebrities. CPa.ge 482 Secliozz IV-SPORTS fPages 52-593 Sports requirement gets more than the usual number of girls out for hockey. CPage 555 Lacrosse a new sport at Select this year. CPage 59j This morning, there was not one Senior who wasnat a little expectant -to every Senior, today will always he remembered as a much-coveted milestone in his life. It was a summation of twelve years of work, tension, responsibility and pleasure-a day for which the class had prepared even before they were aware that there was such an award as graduation. At about ten oiclock, the relatives, friends, and fellow students of the gradu- ating class began to assemble in the Race Street Meeting House. An atmosphere of quiet expectation blended pleasantly with the serene beauty of the simple hall. The distinguished faculty seated themselves on the facing benches to the right, and the left door was opened for the entrance of the graduating class, whose members filed in two by two. Both the girls and the young men carried themselves with a sense of well-earned pride, the young women, who wore appropriate white dresses and carried wine-red roses, pre- sented a pleasant picture alongside of their male classmates dressed in conservative dark suits. ,Following the reading of the Bible, greetings were extended by Master Larry. Distinguished members of the graduating class addressed their classmates and friends present. Finally, after what seemed an interminable wait, Master Larry presented the diplomas with a warm handshake and word of congratulations. The main ad- dress to the class was delivered by a very interesting and informative speaker. A reception on the lawn followed the termination of Commencement Exercises, and congratulations were exchanged in a friendly atmosphere. The years spent at Friends' Select will he well, and, we hope, pleasantly re- membered by the graduating class of 1957. Today marked the end of an exciting period of their lives, but they a1'e looking forward to new adventures and to the opening of new horizons of opportunity, responsibility, accomplishment and happi- ness. Good luck, Seniors, and farewell! VVe of the Recon! hope that you will take an active part in the school's Alumni Association, working to keep together in friendship throughout the coming years. Secliou V - ENTERTAINMENT fl-'ages 60-671 Girls' classes worked hard to put on commendable Song and Cheer Day. fPage 625 Newly organized choral groups suc- cessful in initial year under Master Jim Griffith. fPage 653 Members of Senior Class do praise- worthy performance of Shakespeare's Mac- lwlli, directed by Teacher Margaret Sheets. fPage 66D Senior Prom biggest dance of the year. QPage 675 Th ree Secliozz VI-BUSINESS fPages 68-775 Strong Student Council initiated many highly successful improvements. CPage 702 Varsity Club completed Hrst full season of operation. fPage 72D This year's Falcon staff active in form- ing Inter-Ac Press Association. QPage 74-D Diligent Record staff worked countless hours to put out today's special issue fea- turing GRADUATION. fPage 771 Section VII-ADVERTISEMENTS fPa,ges 78-87D Patrons fPage 88:1 vi iASS ALEXANDER M. MAC COLL To Master Alex lVIacColl, our history teacher who has taught us not only history hut also the value of hard work and class notes, We dedicate this record book. In our association with him these past six years we have found in him an understanding friend, a mediator in our disagreements and an adviser to help us solve the many problems which have arisen during the years. As Asisstant Headmaster he has done much to improve the school morally, physically and scholastically. For his sense of humor and his helping hand in tight spots and for the vast amounts of knowledge he has given us, the Class of 1957 respectfully dedicates this record book to Master Alex MacColl. Four ELE Tribute To Teacher Helen lVIacDonald, a true friend and a wonderful teacher, we pay tribute. Not only has Teacher Helen been our Latin, ancient history and homeroom teacher, but also she has been a friend to whom We could turn for expert advice. Because of her pe1'sonal experience in the Middle East and her deep interest in the ancient classics, her classes have offered a real education. For all she has given us which will remain a part of us through life, the Class of 1957 gratefully pays tribute to Teacher Helen lVlacDonald. Tribute Teacher lVlargaret Sheets is not only an ex- ceptional teacher, but also an outstanding per- son. VVith her quiet manner she has taught us to appreciate our language and its literature. She has developed in us a sense of responsibility which will stay with us forever and which has given us a foundation for college and for life. To a teacher who has been a friend and an example, and who, in the three years which she has known us, has helped us to grow, we, the Class of 1957, with appreciation and respect, pay tribute to Teacher lVlargaret Sheets. x HELEN S. MAC DONALD Five MARGARET S. SHEETS ., , ,.h. -,- .,. W.. ..,A W -.-M Y-, DESECREf1ATI0 Wlii CCH J 1. J.. 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MADC BFHACICI. .Jnp.mt,,incnaQmrxn :lteverat wear Miro- pean Snn5Lat:i.'l-Arfiemglm wmlntmx are tllstflxssing ze ,rewlutmrl whlcn wtvltld fspmitlcggy authorize thx: Sw- mtnry Gt-ntxial, tullnwtng compte-ici lkrmll wzthdrawnl, Lo station Umtedl lffxtlshs fmmf mm along of-tn me nrt-nintice lines at Gnu and El Aunt, preferably nn both alms ul the tinui E Q ence Stcretaxgy 'ar 5 Humptlny lm mmm mm, www irvrm draw with name tt! thll dignity whown ln lndzfn evgzuntlmn. And can we not vtbfnd our Kunrlntee ul mu' appointed chumpton nl nl ltlennl determination to msurr 'hlrk lm mlnol-l's right: u wall an An ku-na vrnil tmmdtsd clltmn tnr :tn teglc protection And to use me Lnlultlun puma, cannot wa per wade tha volxtzltz Graekn tm nccept A pufilc-lent, period nf flange over perlups :tw fynm--to allow x ylobtwittt tn toni ,thu Gyprlnze llc :lr-es' Tha :kbp trggsdv or Cyprlu ln that ltunsnt :uniting hu so mls lv wounded old frlanslaillp tntween G1-mek and Enxlimhmxn and nvw lrlendlhlp txwveen Greek usd 'Turk Only the encmlu at all than :und lo gsm Ax hnnels broker among he fthplltantta would we not perk lln bury the K5 N debate hgtore Nlnwuw and flzle no-csllad Bandung mllrmx run Away mth lt? Only Lhzn un ul ftfiygr-tial cptnmlltan at non-lnvolved NATO jggmlsrn far tha lngxlttnblqromqzmnmtut ll 1 Wutzmr pfzltlgi. work MR. HUIIXEKTSYQHCES Then: Ss' nel dttuhfl Ga tune of his Jan: 15 Bl ma disappointed ofthe the fins! Tint they were more lmprnsud by Genera! iltluzllrthurs earlier statement than by Mr Acheslnf: subsequent one would seem to be -elf-evldenl However lt mented to this observer tby then urvtn: u Mlnlster ln Bwituerlmdl mst It was the :earning tndltfemtu of the Amerlaatn Lmngress me public tu the hte ol kara rithfr than any single pwnczzneementfcrt an amen! um vm eww-is in wazrrmlninx ,use Communists lc? A181251 their l meh. mms! Ewlnztin Kam in 'mo our femliitln to tty ugmnlma cm be explain:-23. SC xppelra lla moral at- emits! tzx-mx and Aehewn assumed a moral lend ,erihlp md melvcd tie stlppart of tm- Amrrlsaln 96991: bocxtm- we felt thnl them up mluncnt ta defend The material or nt tha tlm warranted x would ht our Malawv om Kaul evidrncs morll C Powerful Proposed 'Arek New Lhltl to prevent fur es' guvrrlllm rnlds ind also A prevent a ligerrnt that Mr all the long, sz Cul! nl It can 1958. The flrst cfflte wuihu pmtnru 9715? EDUCATION NEWS tuned Admit onthe Campul - And ln the Classrooms Blu-umlnnn PXLGQTRUX. "Gray " will have nts, l 0031 gg.. GREAT R A nm gram fwlih funds CRIB! xt New York .sud lnymrn urn, Puetio, islands wtll pre:-gzmm, Five wlll bt held fa. hunt, uf, 'Tm- llhrl1:'2I+lll nf Elf ls that uuttmr tor!-. ll' llafrzlwfrw will-tra mx :mt-mplxst zflgywplly till? '1-Q ffl-mzlthnr X-'Itlt lmlzlalll -Eikatlt-----l lr, ll! mmf-- lclllldlzsg inflmq-l'tl mtl Lrhrnrn it 5-pil-.zlz-'ws' JOHN 'L 2l'Zii'h I 3 S-llllv-nlltm nr in Mclil-ra 2. 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Such xmlzhlne Data cfsmp was named mr qyrtlcnltz-cmttll, in varlouz pl Dr Ohklwl-1 then suggextezl that ln uid, th lt nltltlrna- tmlit rm int :ww tlrln- rent nf the e 4-lyfiv twricl-d mit by tht? Mflj. El A, tha 45.900-Tn' phguclm, known u tml- Mflxml-fiflnl exactly 'A-'lthl A' -'lf ' f , ld for. rttlrlfcs 0 . tl MV'v,...v.tQw WL4.f-M., The ammfxn fnusltal KQSGIYKUWQUGS. Fprttho fevencly pubilnils-da pr:-gnslzlary re- lm alhttr org pun ns- Dr. Jamal: Jlslcottatzn of Nrw - tslblistwd. York nn clinical resultant whxfh ml The :ltnlc lncrenweq talnozl supply Ms 'ban are encnum stlmlllxted in patients with, nrterto-.-ports, in 4 aulzemslx llisrdvnlng of the aztartesl : patient: wll of me retina, with nn imptmmlnent j dtlbrdc In ln vlsion The stllellez,-i!'+:vrrobcr gamong path rxted by lurtlaer tests, may provide l improved by im Added ur-anpunjttvttiel medical therllly. t' nrrrmmentnxlum fcsrwtlzefisltsvlzttofl , lmprovnmen not only at llnlxined-vistas? flue llildllfffti. In F S.S. RECORD JUNE 13, 1957 New Admini tration Improves Select G. LAURENCE BLAUVELT Headmaster A.B., A.M., Trinity College DEAR Semoizsz By the time you read this most of you will probably know your plans for the inunediate future. For a majority of the class, college or 'further study is the most likely courseg but whether you will have succeeded in being accepted by the college of your choice, or whether you will have to be content with what, in your opinion, is second choice is something I have no way of knowing. Naturally, I hope you will have had all of your hopes realized. However, whatever the future holds may I urge you to take it as it is and make thc most of it. Someone once wrote that we learn by our mistakes. No doubt we should, but it is small consolation when our hopes and dreams are not fulfilled. And yet, which of us can tell what is really best for us at any given moment? It seems to me that the really successful man or woman is the one who can turn an apparent failure to his or her ad- vantage. During the years that I have taught I have seen hundreds of students who have gone on to college. lVlany were disappointed when they did not succeed in entering the college that seemed to them most desirable, but with very few exceptions I found that a year later they would not have changed their lot-even if they could. Eight Dear Master Larry, We would like to thank you, Master Larry, for the many things you have done for our school and for us. Not only has the school itself been im- proved, but also the students themselves who now take a much ,greater part in all school activities. In the two years in which you have been our headmaster we have seen many changes come to Select. Under your assistance and leadership the Student Council has assumed new importance and has instituted such things as student run study halls and the student court, which teach responsibility to us and are a valuable experience. The academic standards of Select have also been raised with the addition of new teachers and higher work standards. New classrooms have been added which were much needed, and additional space for team practices has also been c1'eated. Everywhere the general appearance of the building has been greatly improved. You have also been available to assist us in such things as choosing our colleges and planning our futures, and your advice has always been good. You have been sincere in your desire to help our class in many ways, and for all this the Class of 1957 thanks you, realizing the value of your advice for us now and in the future. In other words, as Seniors, the future belongs to you. No one can be responsible for your future success or failure except yourselves. During the two years in which we have been together, I have come to know most of you far better than you perhaps know me. I have tried from experience to guide and to encourage you fand at times I have undoubtedly scolded youj to help you to help yourselves so that you might bring out the best that is in you. You have been a good class and I am sorry to see you leave us. You have achieved much and I am confident that you will continue to do so, but you are now on your own for the first time. We here at Friends' Select will watch your progress with hope and confidence, and a prayer that you will not stumble, but even more, we pray that if you do you will have the faith and courage to get up and go on again. We have faith in you-believe in yourselves! Good luck! Sincerely yours, Wwe? F S.S. RECORD JUNE 13, 1954 "If one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in Common hours."-WALT WHITMAN As you, the members of the Class of 1957, look to the future, each desires to attain a full measure of real success in the years to come. Recently a distinguished gentleman told a large group of young students that there would be only two or three in his audience who would ever know success because no more than these would be expected to contribute to mankind something comparable to a cure for an incurable disease or the discovery of a new use for electricity. All the others would live unin- teresting, humdrum and ordinary lives and, consequently, would have to be counted failures. VVhat nonsense! There may be none in this Class who will achieve such "suc- cessf, but all of you can gain a full and lasting measure of achievement in the years upon which you now enter- abilities lived up to, a job which brings real satisfaction, membership in a happy family, contribution to the en- richment of all with Whom you come in contact, citizen- ship in a wholesome and peaceful world, a full life well lived. These certainly are important ingredients of a successful life because these a1'e the ingredients of a re- warding life. If your days at Friends, Select have helped to develop such dreams deep within each of you, then I feel our job has been well done and your lessons have been well learned. 1711. WMM ,N H U ne,-i s me" Q W as H82 , ,in as Ars S5 . .,E.,uae ii . an ALEXANDER M. MAC COLL Assistant Headmaster, History A.B. Lafayette College UPPER SCHOOL FACULTY Seated: Anne Hendricks, Ruth Myrick, Carrie Wilson, Barbara Brewster, Terry Bruce, Larry Blauvelt, Alex MacColl, Helen MacDonald, Margaret Conover, Helen Satterthwaite, Margaret Sheets, Elsie Dickerson. Standing: Ken Michael,, Peter DeGroot, Cooper Tatman, Ed Hollingswortl-1,'Ruth Hopkins, Virginia Parkinson, Bill Hodgson, jim Griffith, Jim Snyder, Dick Wood. Absent: Mary Ann Olander, Peggy Smith. Nine H. i-eps., E ew' qi. F.S.S. RECORD JUNE 13, 1957 BARBARA BREWSTER English A.B. University of Delaware M.A. Peabody College "Ami he 'whose soul is fiat-the slay will cave in on him by ami by." ELSIE E. DICKERSON Librarian Syracuse Public Library Training Course "There is Wo frigule like zz book to take us lands afways, Nor any coursers like a page of jvrmzcifzg poetry." -EMILY DICKINSON MARGARET L. CONOVER English, Social Studies, Algebra A.B., M.A. University of Pennsylvania "Seek not greatness, but seele Truth, ami you 'will jimi both- Homer MANN. -EDNA S T. VINCENT MILLAY Ili ii - 1 PETER T. DE GROOT History A.B. University of Chicago M.A. University of Florida Ye shall knofw the truth, ami the truth shall make you free."-JOHN 8:32 JAMES F. GRIFFITH ANNE E. HENDRICKS Q Music French, Spanish B.S. Temple University A.B. Hunter College "To be conscious that you are ignomnt is a M'A' Columbia University great step tofwarrl lezzofwleflgefl "Newer lose your temjmerg if yoifre -wimzing you -BENJAMIN DISRAELI 1Z01l,l have ta, if yozcire losing you c:I1z't ajforzi lo." F.S.S. RECORD JUNE 13, 1951 WILLIAM U. HODGSON EDWARD P. HOLLINGSWORTH Science! Mathematics I Sl'l0P B's' University of Pennsylvania 'fl live in that spirit of Christ that lakes afway If e "Ii:-emily is the soul of wil." occasion for all fwar:."- GEORGE FOX -WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE RUTH S. HOPKINS ' L ' ,5fj'.i.5:3,g.e,3'Lf , go: K -- M 5 rip ' -www H i W T Y E 4 ,ye e - s K ' 3 m f : fgg' H '- ' Yffiz' s-- ' 'L It :E 'A 1 -- -, , 'ff' .. f Law 4 i 75 A ,fi f " V A W , , M, , 4. - I , ..,:,E5gQE55- . 'Z' 1.:f " 133' ..., f ' - ,-3.--,1,:f:.:- -3 W , 5-15-'.:.sf:., x - -Y A is H ---- 4 1 Q Typing, Home Economics B.S. Drexel Institute of Technology "Try, try again." HELEN S. Mac DONALD Latin, Ancient History A.B. Wilson College M.A. Columbia University 'flzz qaielness ami confifleuce :hal your 5ff61lglh.,,L'ISAIAH 3 0 115 lb 8 KENNETH L. MICHEAL RUTH MCK. MYRICK Physical Education French, Executive Secretary, B.S. Holy Cross College Director of Admissions an . . . . A.B. Vassar College Ike wan who tries and fazlx 1: mjzerlor to the 7111211 fwfzo never tried." "Resolve fwell, and persevere." F.S.S. RECORD JUNE 13, 1957 MARIA JOHANNA BRUCE HELEN W. SATTERTHWAITE Mathematics Science, Mathematics B.A. Swarthmore College Framingham State Teachers College "To err is human ami lo forgive is flevimffl "Give to the fworlfl the best that you have mul the .D best :will come basl: to you. MARGARET S. SHEETS French, English , B.A. Dakota Wesleyan University M.A. University of Chicago "Use the talents you possess, For the fwoazls fwoulfl be very silent If no birds sang except the ben." -Glzoacr W. OLINCER PEGGY ORR SMITH B "Though a method Physical Education .A. Roanoke College this be marlness, yet there is in il." -VVILLIAM SHAKESPEARE JAMES H. SNYDER COOPER T. TATMAN English, Public Speaking Science, Mathematics A.B. Marietta College B.S. Haverford College "The 'wise man looks into space M'A' Harvard University Ami does not regard the small as too lillle, "Ami therefore do not ask to knofw for 'whom lhe Nor the great as too bigg bell tolls, for it tolls for lhee."- JOHN DONNE For he learns that there is no limit to afimezzsiovzsfl -'LAO-TSE F.S.S. RECORD JUNE 13, 1957 CHARLOTTE E. UHL RICHARD WOOD Art Scripture Maryland Institute B.S. Haverford College Cdumbla UmV9l'5ifY "fl lzrnisml reed will lie not break, mul the S717Okll7g flax 'Tim eternal Gall is My refuge, ami uznlernealh are Me :will lm not q1le11ch.',- ISAIAI-I 42:3 ewerlnsziug nrms."- D1-LUTIHLRONOMY 3 3 :2 7 T rxrvrrwn nnrrrxrxr 17 A ITTTT VFY7 -x ww- -az I lx 4 , 3 2 Seated: Dorothy Kekalos, Nancy Walton, Anna Garrett, quelyn Gregory, Anastassios Staiiliclis, Helen Donavan, Claudia Jennings, Larry Blauvelt, Frances Thomson, Marie Westewelt, Jean Chudd, Mary Roney. Inset: Virginia Morse, Rosa Arango, Miriam Bischoff. 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'E"..Q9q' fig: v wi Aiwa? Avy muse M3934 I I , M. A I . 5352, ' N153 Q -..Qu 15 1 We :ai-Vg nw.. Qnscveim ffm, if Liu, nf CCISSOIIII 3 A mm asv - 4 U4 fi? 'Hx-W5-E:'A W' S1 sow-rn mums vs :ca new N mn Luv uf. AQw,,Lv-JQA umm mf' nn.. ru. om ma. Mk I wfifyi. Lx A nd iz-umm morlrfs mir-ix to nnmrc ilfeazswin SMF. , 1-'vw' nil io "Tad: mm 33935 xx YI Lower School Sixteen lass of 1969 Finishes first year at Friends? Select KINDERGARTEN First row: Corky Smorkola, Eric Maul, Ros Melnicoif. Second row: Charles Cavella, Trixie Beller, Joki Melnicoif, Betty Ling. Third row: Marc Goettell, Herbert Wunderlich, Scott Sprouse, Drew Shaw, Diane Wexler, Craig Pastore. Fourth row: Deena Seletsky, Nancy Lecks, Richard Sewell. Fifth row: Tony Saro- witz, Merle Fogel, Susan Coswell, Lamont Cooke, Neil Mirsky, Gwynne Isaacs, Tommy Moder, Jay Calesnick, Stevie Garwood. Absent: Carol Brewer, Gordon Callaghan, Ricky Con- rad, Paul Kaliner, Kal Stein. FIRST GRADE First row: Kenneth Sugarman, Elizabeth Cavella, Francine Morgan, Linda Lucker, Susan Stein, Hyacinth King, Robert Davitch, Julie Kirtz, Scott Busnett, Richard Peitzman. Second row: Ann Watson, Joey Oreskovich, Linda Orner, Charles Uch, Edwin Camiel, Tommy Hendricks, David Wolfe, Francine Ranone. Third row: Laurie Hersfeld, Susan Hersfeld, Ann Errion, Emory Harvey, Ruediger Ores- kovich, Gregory Mitchell, Catherine Fitts. SECOND GRADE First row: Janet Melnicotf, Bonnie Colgrove, Suslan Weis, Henry Ling, Richard Walgin, Judy Ser in, Peter Chance, Edward Merves, Mel n J enlfinsr -' -,loam LBQIQL SecQnk+ a Massey, Jane Brydon, Robin Bernstein, Mary Doyle, Herbert Wilkins,'Polly Miller, Sharon Quigley, Lewis Sharps, Reggie Hildebrand. Third row: Pavla Platzhorn, Alice Fried, Pamela Brewer, Susan Maeder, Hank Jones, Bobby Wesrevelt, Joey Balestocky, Arthur Quell, Marco Dumont. 3rd Grade First row: Millie Burton, Steve Peitzman, Stuart Sugarman. Second row: Robin Bland, Timmy Conrow, Georgia Hoffman, Lee Graub, Barbara King. Third row: Dennis McCunney, Michael Wax, Paul Wunderlich, Danny Wills, Sonny Sheppard. Fourth row: Mary Beth Cassel, Tommy Ruben, Tony Clough, Ann Greenstein, Terry McMenanin. Fifth row: Freddy Barry, Ramond Teller, Edgar Brown, Roberts Bromberg, Alan Wexler, Stephen Leslie. Absent: David Weiss. J 4th Grade First row: Barbara Fitts, Andrea Stein, Danny Conrad, Patricia Maurer, Patricia Blackburn, Betsy Nichols. Second row: Elaine Fererstein, Diana Greenberg, Peter Vennett, Janet Straub, Ernest Utsch, Geoffrey Huish, Judith Watson, Gordon Cohen, Diane Chudotf. Third row: Patricia White, Ethelyn Darrow, Sue Bundens, Ingrid Jacobson, Carol Shlifer, Howie Mitchell, Jo Weitzman, John Katz, Roger Lawn. Fourth row: Julie Reynolds, Linda Feldman, Genise Michaile, Karen Carney, James McConnaughhay, Phyllis acobson, Erni Dimassa, Muriel Morisey. Fifth row: Michelel Gelfand, Joyce Jones, Buster Rainone, Eddie Buffman, Mary Jane Wester- velt, Kathy Stein, Bob Campagna, Alan Evans, Bob Vitale. Seventeen First row: Tan Miller, Richard Henlcins, Valerie Battilana. Second row: Molly Sheppard, Bob Trefsger. Third row: Paula Massey, Nancy Fulton, Jay Stiefel, Jan Chance, Elaine Morgan, Sallie Melnicoff, Peter Serkin, Patty Leonard, Phyllis Samltz, Tom Angelis, Michael Laughlin, Susie Cousins, Janice Goldstein, Renee james McConnaughhay, Phylis Jacobson, Erni Dimassa, Muriel Morisey. 5th Grade First row: Susanna Briselli, Molly King, Linda Maul, Louise Zeigerman, Laurie Lucker, Nacy Fried, Patsy Lewis. Second row: Conrad Hoffsummer, Anthony Peri, Charles Tasca, Ricki Gambescia, Warner Bundens, Bob Chudd, Sam Bonnaccurso, Bill Blauvelt, joseph Campagna, Nicholas Cvetkovic. Third row: Ina Sue Schreibman, Janice Mirsky, Leslie Wirts, Candy Baldi, Claudia Morrison, Linda Coryell, Andres Delgado, Susan Marks. Eighteen 6th Grade ,I 7th Grade First row: Karen Grossman, Ellen Marsh, Hannah Cohen, Ruth Charny, David Montgomery, Mike Carney, Cynthia Gaskill, Sandy Perloff, Barbara Watts, Jackie Laskin. Second row: Pat Sacca, Frank Cava, Albert Ostrich, Priscilla Wilson, Candy Bedford, Suzanne Straub, Ann Nichols, Jayne Jones, Sallie Miller, Hilery Weitxer, Lyn Walton, Peter Haag, Richard Marker, Sammy Shirakawa. Third row: Ronnie Eisenberg, Dwight Taylor, John Keyser, Grant Taylor, Bill Means, Bill Toner, Charles Elgart, Toby Coles, Eddie Liu, Ben Seltzer. Absent: Betsy Cossa, Nuran Kaya. 3th Grade First row: Vicki Oser, Mary Laiferty, Ann Hild, Royal Weaver, Carol Toner, Barbara .Spaeth, Steve Rozov, Terry David, Carlie Fried, Lynn Lonker. Second row: Sue Weltzman, Susan Cosgrove, Debby Charleston, Vicki Douglas, Lynne Paul, Barbara Fanticolla, Nancy Uhl, Patsy Orleans. Third row: Clark Taylor, Victor Baldi, David Lintz, Barry Teitleman, Chris Waxler, Bill Gibbons, Bozeman Reid Riley Balard. Absent: Robert Matthews, William Paul. , Nineteen First row: April Smith, Penny Agner, Linda Dzuba, Magoli Marchany, Jay Goldstein, Mike Cousins, George Rubin, Dennis Cornfield, Hope Gottlieb, Toby Mirsky, Judy Robin, Harriet Black. Second row: Bob Penser, David Toltzsis Leonard Hoffman, Barbara Koppleman, Shelley Danien, Elaine Goodman, Judy Myerson, Peggy Moore, Carlee Weston, Margery Stein, Betsy Uhl, Janet Paige, Davida Farrell, Riki Takiff, Sue Gabroy, Judy Tonkin, Marc Silverstein, Richard Cornlield, Stephen Stark. Third row: Bob Cohen, Alan Feen, Paul Cotten, Bruce Flossic, Tom Hopson, John Fox, John Ettleson, Bill Friedenberg, Marshall Fleischman, Douglas Clark, David Moyer. Absent: Janet Broselow, Mary Garden, Harold Hansen, Andrew Marker. ffm 9th Grade First row: Lois Dennis, Llewellyn Kramme, Lorene Douglas, Joan Weisburg, Calvin Morris, Paul Keyser, Barbara Gottlieb, Joy Campbell, Dorothy Diamond, Gloria Campisi. Second row: Arthur Kafrissen, Joe Taritero, Susan Kaufmann, Joan Carson, Ann Syme, Barbara Bleznac, Jane Lycoif, Carol Krechmer, Jim Kuo, Steve Rabino- witz. Third row: Mitchell Lichtenstein, Joe Siclcenberger, Calven West, Bart Siter, John Serkin, Richard Kraus, John Eliades, Steve Israel. Twenty 10th Grade CLASS OF 1957 LEAVES SELECT TO IUNIORS C Continued on page 41 J JUNIOR CLASS First row: Max Massey, Emmanuel Boxer, Barbara Feen, Judy Lorry, Irma Freeman, Margaret Spencer, Marilou Parry, Judy Epstein, Philip Spector, Michael Marinoff. Second row: Richard Weiner, Stephen Chudoff, Peter Price, Steven Weiner, Jeff David, William Gross, Alan Shenker, Gerritt Blauvclt. Third row: Alan Ford, Mark Hoffman, John Bugary, William Weston, Barton Phillips, Frederick Mayer, Vaughn Slater. OFFICERS OF '58 CLASS Sealed: Pete Price, vice-president, Max Massey, president. Standing: Steve Chudolf, treasurer, Gary Blauvelt, secretary. Twentyfone demnstc-ncfc and Hungary! xm- smqusfm hid mr xndupemcnek, TI-M Qrmm me Hwy ms: bf'1Sew'r! Lhax. as Sacmtary of Strike Dukes sm? nc has news 4-one:-ence of 17961, 151, 'xl WULMW Howe ss useful purpuac if there! wwe a vmit f:mxx'J81'mrf-hail 'Mc-," Yx1gnsEAvE:u2!:Zc.S:2y rdficialn oh-' served :hai the presblem now was Q-yrmfmfgf mm.: nm ,mfqg-,A. 'M in fact- Siium -uest sq n Smai I mv, I 335: E9-V -:ary asp I infanwy Lo Fe- M- H stian H .-f .QW ,JK ,X .3 t , i A A sn: . 2 I nd 0 ercoats , i. xx: . 4 an ' call M. W4 Kr I 1, 1. 'vyvu 'ACQ A Warm so one umm huh! af rf-4 lwmifg Edna 3 Richer me-ar 4 iq nv mmf. ,Qin xv ru if-Iseli. um F a nm amid :ndmyn ton wllctx ta i I UNE, ,. new Mm. 25' L- It if , 4' .N - gkfflj L , K 'WP ' "" laftnsward, Btu me think that Cm- Tyts time when ha wan confronted Philttwpirtes in mdustriul pturieorlnypl ,tn 4 . Q' ix wht Arm mime, guriafll Mr. Pcunmn has the hater! wzttlqugstlrms nlalfstranipjtilunophy ln education, in puhlln hiaitll, tn t t e r S 'TSM-HKS? fm HW V 5 'H W' Mgtxment in urgtng' the aubmlulon concegnlng anti-recnfutimi Qpallcy be community entnprtne. Trenknha . QQ .. M f I W ' UUE UU' ffm" 7Af5l'5'F'1'f?1'f" PUNT" .J mtan a rttnalutlon twins? the with- ninety flgpued trust he gibtild prefer, goaft ivxxfk belng: dans inwfosmrnw ' . M , I X Qikxigw, , A .V, In W :wi 5, Z X gtgowu Guns, Puwatngf lsaavam nmnfm, Wm my ummm that lt'mdui.w1m mu qttmtztns mama- mmnjrzs a4stsampport't.lga1gh-ut, Afigegiigg ,mdt in Tmpgmfl A6595 QQFEGHQQ ustty amd in the light at :Il the dent xngnyay GRID!! umm tu- f ffl ' ' ' W" 'utrliihrrfl ldv:-yy Day in the Yvfnt' ht' 'mx Nxw Yonx Tlhvsllli Consum- Astvut n BUYS Svf1,zrtv:nm,n :wnlimr mff:'Iemms..N, 1 ,L Osaval., K, ilntlmtw - vwp prmfrfmfi A t1:mt'lt.tKzlmrntlf sf.w::lf,v r nm rr Q Wwrucxx ' YU! Fl ar 3? um cam, t Tm-I KW 'ilbmt tr-Us Telrwlwme 'lafiawllulta 4 vt B.1ld'a,: A1 tx x, ru 1 mr '11 :az e vu Q me I u nv nu e vt sm rv Q 1 .le ww f xg Jw rt nn ff: 4. L1 t. 'vwz new mm A rl t A mmm- gffmu t any Q nm w A .tl ff nm nt un 4 ll fu t .1 I 1 A1 M4 ta Jn W4 ,Ulu L A4 Qu Q 'tu ml Gilt 'nur .Bu llluq 5 Russ ll l an wef A lm wma xen wt . wrt I ar' mn at rn 'x nn fs x vm-u wczmrl tv-mime effective only utter the vntltdrnwni. V This la all the mme ncceuary be- rztum liszypt not only continue: tu assert lmltlgzerrnt rights in defxunvm W at tiff: Umm! Natimlu lwt also main- tai,Yt'5 that nmtxuerlllttely 'fxflsr Kite Eezzfniill tawlludravvnl the United N mms poilve must leave as well. l ll C ,,. f that Egyptmn meals were tu press in wemlfl not my mb mm uf th xguaranteen lt Iuka but 9-nultl is so :intent the whole puvfmse ft' the new ed am rn tpprtmcn rm leave bdttz flu Unit srfatfnrznt and rm United -Giulia ta mt-ersrvilp pnntmn wturh We in nsunuttn would rxpm: M ln: ltlt 7. - Tl' refulu o' su h 2. new npmrn uaulvl he :rate xrsdeesi ard llfm who multi rlerfat lhe 1' w npprunt n us! lake tlxr nevpottstbitaty to t :mg yea fu-ml mnisequexwsw ll li LABGRS PIEDGE GF AID Th nelrfrne the fortrrlght state mem ot the A F L C l O ple-'lg lt A ft 1 rr mg wbelvltenr E1 toopvralmzt wll lrtvuettgnlwnn tw mf ard abjrettlv ezlatahtvx tomrusttees t-tw uma lstvketeemlg lla Ftectzme Fon rt lun mln! 76 lnl Vaal All nI'xtnat het f 'wer-rlzttltll facts. Mr. Humphrey "didnt :po- ctticslly reverv' lun position of Jun. 515 when. in rnply to at question I tio whether he would resign ratht than go Meng wlttx an anti-mctlslo 5 fl n Zwfigmin settling ter A gp, mam'-. tion-Sul of A deficit. Ha said It flthmlght he wmlldf' But it li Wet lm remembfr :mt nm tr, not me wrt nf thing me Pzeaxde-nt sr lm nd' lu-wars wriuld parucuiarlv mluh clther Tluzst in his t-lmnomle Report IBM, Prefeidvnc Ementmweer spelt wltlt pzrtlmxlar pxlde arf the tart 'mt E71-1' rmnverv frhm the rect--tslon lnf 1954 had not been the pmztm-t of Gmernmcns. pump pllzmzlg Rather st he 'mlm tt 11245 been wanted through by pmt-tw mittens uno rent: applxed thesr energlen and te mms: tt: lmttermg thenmgztvts than fazmltes Mitt their fwxmirgunzttel mtv on he declarml that gnen fu-e tnstntullont :md n tntomble play wma! clwlrnnment nu evxpandmg 1 l e fri s economy ls the mtl-ral fmt! qt the entcrprlxe ol such a pgople' Who in c my that what tm Pfvmdnnt get :town har: mffefed Lmdmnanul it from twnitl Set-retmg 'Hutrpltrsy md tml me kt nga than 3:9 told hlx prec rvnler-ence that tt ix the cnntlflffn e nf the people that mmm i . l mt. t 1 an mu a. Tum niet slmwd f tw x unl ty t2'0ut ev-r n mmf: all Y c Fifth Amt-nr'rnf-rn n ln ' xn vn figllt to continue to lmlv nlfmv n lm tlnmn Thu fed:-mf'-mxls atamztenv hw malta: it rlelt' tlzxl tlun pal t r-at md mtl-ed lmslzoutld 'wt msututlorml right nf an o lxltn lnc Fifth Alll N- Y L manga ahead r e A. GREAT LIBITARYAS WEALTH The wlwtlon at the Library nl Fungrux arm can-ted tn eteven hnxr rtmkx later hauled ln n few wig Kona has naw mashed 9. value nl well over wo htllmn l.xhrstrEan, im lu im? l l Y Quln ,format 'Amex-lcau In well' t Topless of The Tunes A X. t ,l . l M Cv1rEieW'rq3fa5tntQ mm can away lax me 6-yur-om ,who an ww ming to school tar me tlr-xt rvperlencz probably thin any ye! known 'ln tlwlti yulmg lives The nmmem teacher ctlismnies An ' , Awexsme Exyefteuce tune lacing in more awesome lof coping wltlx and lehrntng certainly ts L96 heavy lor thrm to be snare at what Iles aheetd on the long path lm whtrh thev are taktng the tlrsl step! Yet the problem of 26311138611 lux tug twins motintry ban atrend, lt mas lhexr parents A veqv brightest would normally enter cctllega next fall eventually will be famed to gn: upihe Idea lor the colleges hard puts Slnanciully pmvfdelfnr them lion presattf nl not wily by the rnt but Alxkv by the gene nliv lnd ln our :valvular bull t who The H13-YYL tra thtlanal 5121315911 tm' the txxilngex thcnuglt, has wmv from tztitlmi, how the face of rtslng tn the point Nite ng afford it., irtaotu-ships, Odd ami Prnmfw x skymcxetmg m costa Fl Alliexl-ill: Needless cs-mt l B: gf' L sutznmcni I ATHER5, Jan. 15-Spvlnrwmnl .1 A mrlynleiiuyjgv in Mmm, .Aiken-fy, Thi dlirfttt-ritual ln me brwglgtives mme, Farlliasixent rlxfwl 'E!geWTi11ies nn in writ, .-Kluwer nuttin itetfillad ru and i.t1-saofczl with bwmmu ma wild mmm' eter. scammed nf: creep: along the bars :lu-Bu lim sinus rue Lu A :xngl utar lx ance Slnbl hu not Byzantium to Greece. Greeks lnntt. lt been-me trap-srttl nm aid tm aria Wtillil lat!-oirtef when been GENE Dzeir I-'unur Snitz Duuinnt Dlacuui Deleuze Plus for To 'nn Er-mx ovfuzlww lad , recent. ltatfmeal lwt been m Itu at the an ss for its dklrnse Apprnprixtitru lor Plus tt 1 ofa. fm' ne yur. objectlu at the pim wx! : psycmicficztly. to deman- atntn 'Zo tiztatitttxxrnuni-nf.: had Ka' ram? tim -tam 'mwat to my in twolold mm Fu at ln tln- the new outline-rl thy ne along. ISI: THE r no :an lang the nd tlut A t on an mls tn pta, , svn gh . pug tm ni complete Q the nmxlstjce lines, in rom- wlth flu' Asaeqhlily renwlutlou lure cxly t M l 8. . sfmfttggclgtlmtz AMA , fum fleinmiirgg an 'emi ju helligrrence hy land ar lmtll Egypt femmes :ts mm in gummy. ,m no tlghl TPM!!! Bt:-521 blncka da tha imgrvnnmn thai he at' the The Clh Coumll ntl ol' g intne wpr but wxlt :tim mm ual E vnt construed wtllt the 'nfmt-time rurre--linqnny to-he tliw cr - stays is tnltt anyone who daft stmulfl :wt 1-ttntmile KB reprmi-nt union. An orhclai vt-he relrutea ltzstafy on um gmunfl not only lu sqometlxing smriotus in troncni, bu l :ima -Hts -lmmn has alwtrwhlch dm :li great thnmpu- Klear, lmpmmr tml ttf onetrut-'es the Effort to dz L wc? the ltnmnw vfmngctaing and tical with ll, whlch txhgninut the lu- 'f,'Q'f'?gf,Lsaresla of mgantsed labor and ' public U wen, -I tn' new pine? wuz be mmf, it' .ihetsltl go the work of Ut: spe- commlttee of th Q mmm: EAST SOLULION t"""1 'A fm' "WK 'fl Uv- tn rlisllmc the only negative mln in 'thc Executive Council. Slrcaiden le ctflclnlw I hui Um 6 so s at in the was going back w mon a 000 e lxbt-H The Ll' K A of 'fl 1 UBB shlp bothmtngletr Revolt Green cuuwt more bv lnr cont. at meh And are mt. dollar The neer at the Lo he pmven atm oat 'vxtantugle-an the people 111 either pm A wsuld he tt PUR faeces at thx which and pamphlets, wtuEe are tr number, l5,tD7,853, l956, an with XV! tml!! Tesmntr-n mtl decide tn gn CITY us lt cmlhi, actin? In tt mllliivlx new giving ,pnlnt ln the l" "the limit wlth shelves, lalnt----and An hu l down to annex tealrniay Queens- lu mn' n mnnreu ln rnund rules for u of Hugh Qmgm YN tlh 1 he nrmg ez nun let to the trunk: mllectxon or thu trunks grund hut un- lthrnnxn tecrh ed that annaome my of 160 n month 1 h slightly better lhnn htn messenger, slams wlm wsu on the pnyxoll all 540. the nmdw for Trftlxreligltl t nt' gnld lent. Mifiuen tits! guess" budding wuz twang animal, rcfptffrt ' nf K the mtncutl met-wan of about educatxon. yvaif A sented U. tlzr other hind. to the dlutgu undulv xnfluencz the our Thx uid prtvxte ll become lortmf B wa tk hlle '39 l'Yl xllch vt ls1ancl': . London 5 to help in the tered. ml nanty to refuse chaos: nge of! tts hte vrhlrh to Eastern Gould m the ear Y he wks ohtun fault have m February Htl I SY! out at Kama: AK soon as could dn ao gracefully P that durlng chef of the turew ln Ut-et Far But :rim redress the stmteglc haunt-e to tht Con re-ss. But vastness Ln Kuna: and prscilallzy v , Ehrthermore, lt was pm ish? place during the Unve- pertnd the items svtmm bk stil' tltmugiumt' Ltxmm-at, it 'hae plan lzad me encuwragcaxegst . lull of Mr. Aches-cn, Ltufn Under ol Suu. H, motivxtlmx cicfuents at m xt the 'hw Kerman plan nut relxtctun Armv Sensnetxry of War Pattisrmtl agrrxd not although he wt was :re tn Ute Arn-lv tt should that its attitude was e In Ln Junt U22 riatitms. - twimsilng mmm - An tnteresmg footnote la Secretary Patterson the al Still. of our moner or nddxtmnal And equtl expend! tn hmm Th: Plan was stlbrm A-larehsll, Inga uxtrlf agyrgaffwd also KN? the the White oust: io: 5 ltld tecfm Umm ed to A crisis. vflnt mlm M luanttut Pm 'M B. ll unfartunately just at th l94Tp ls Llxe British tuck ' Th K da vtxtlatntttaj Mmmy nm' before the turn of tlim can-l gzvfgfxxiht 18253: mlereucd t-tn lmmenente 'Q lo 'Mmm wt, .-nt-erm with gtildi Com: WU, Q um ln trnlluw mem? an mnmhmg nt 5 uma-V ' W m. Wm WHEN Sffthlmlfl tu lttugnlze who have prnmpung paopln fmm Ute' , mga: md ,Mag ,un This nr exmtaxuzs and nlntezhctg the We-at X mn, wypbfl of mn. Ju as 'X' J"4"57 PM wean! 1,159 bi? grmf-'ing 4,,L. Lk, pm-,tp gg-mg W nl' lan cagwwfffy ml thx: ptvwirjtngifthe nation lgmfx In im' whlch hbrnry way finvxvlved. M95 mm md wdmm ,S some of equals howgtvn' Q :that lnrlusirg rmzst .nytmrne cw mil rhnmheu lt Km: umm- m -S --1 l0K!!U1fC311bYl'0fPU'9031llFWfdS L I Ula W"""" wuun A lu-nvlhuflg majority mcw- 4. 1-HE ' .. 'slmmfff' 193495 'ff b"Kl'l55"X U' n 0" D " " l-:wg tffxvnsr-nt lt mrmbeq might tp A or - snr st Kas g4?fsd'bxmnes's to srlyslibqug tmzfn btw. mf 1111-114m-'-H111-f .. ' lf . . It-w-mjwn. 'umm tQem-m-'- W1 RtfE'Evf4PU"?'Y U11tPw3':KEfH:gQ'gf91f6Tf? ll "' 'gi mggm,,,,t,,,,W,fM 53i,54gnQin,h,--nddrq:'1m"tEa wrrint-"'13hg1gapt:u,5will llzstvtalfjtantlqtrd ,otlgl aqlval -I ,'f"'-LM H nm zflllftlttl-.tvzstxe wluclt tx' thiilvttnmluttu Q L'El-1l?3'5'fF:'m5 Xb? KJSMYQ '?fJ1?lYf-34'QS"'l'V'ndu?F?y-slUadmonal 171655 -Wnsin Y i- QM! ,W K . , huslneu of mf 4-fmmal, mi publml"l'l" fbiiv'-ff' IM ll-wil Ainalffinlime 5hW"'ff U" WF' 'PS 'EPPN-1"L',,L" ""i"IWfi'm 'U 15 MH' 'lv' , .. , ,. IW-mx..tr.,n1tf,,t.1ltt1.-.1fa,.rt....,.t. mm thetr carbonate wekelx, Ttttxilil 'H UU' mlllflff' '-fl' process plan Aw! ou In puttin: xpstkfv seemingly withe- ltw tue wma was lrtviwtent on for Z!!! Wimlrillv' mslmncv to Kd!!! to create a viablg ecnnomy in Suttlkl Karen cnpable ol witlututdllxg .nib-T ex-sion -' thai slsmzlti thu uniitcztkm all Slim will to - Jos Clwthrlhtgs, For Eqt Balaxzd len Pad tn' on rent t ld lt Ll hardly lon! to Fila 1 in tha than unlesn thelotlu he is tm:-caxf 'NSI 1h.vCl'!LR suktclatt rm great dal sf hu an di!'tlI1 :wer of Lcnlnl Surely Mx. 5 v rudgz a. I WWW' t LM batch! lt bla KP!!! hir nilirn A1 1 nm lrlmlnl. IU at Uni. would M het: l diswued tl: 'eanxrvls--thi! ww: to llw 1 und are willing to the Imation equipment tained build!!! mercy of those live in legal' x-attie: than gh! needed iniy l The pm A evrry 1-leigh neverbe ' pulnrlly I NIU 'H 9' 4-li if lhfd Ddlfdtlllll Snug, mu. lugely ll. the Y l com thmw lk L! Knot jun one may l. ihv WXU lonely. A in units Our F.S.S. RECORD JUNE 13, 1957 EDWARD M. CHERNOFF 6501 North 5th Street Philadelphia 26, Pa. Born: May 20, 1939 entered elewrzzfh year Basketball 3, 4-5 Tennis 3, 4-. Ed . . . how did he ever hurt his hand catching a basketball? . . . always found with Earl . . . has a blue traveling bag . . . the quiet type? . . . owns the community slide rule . . . "Oh?" . . . prize pickpocket of the class . . . "Tennis anyone?" . . . our Physics pulleymaster . . . quiet. ANDY H. AMSTERDAM 1901 Walnut Street Philadelphia 3, Pa. Born: lVlarch 27, 1939 entered kindergarten Class Vice President 4-5 Student Council 43 Service Committee 1, 2, Varsity Club 3, 43 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 35 Baseball 1, 2, 45 Dance Com- mittee 2, 3, 4, Class Play 15 Chess Club 1. Boss Tweed . . . has curly hair . . . will we ever forget his open house after the Prom? . . . "No Com- ment" . . . he and Trig don't agree . . . lady killer . . . "Trying to be difficult, huh?', . . . Select's chaufeur . . . lives at the Plaza . . . 'Tll report you to the Discipline Committee" . . . Mr. "A" . . . commanding. Twentyffour F.S.S. RECORD JUNE 13, 1957 ALAN COHN 115 Rockwood Drive Havertown, Pa. Born: June 9, 1940 entered second year Class President 4-5 Student Council 45 Record Book 4 fBusincss Manager-D5 Varsity Club 3, 4- fTreas- urerbg Service Committee 15 Assembly Committee 15 Soccer I, 2, 3, 4-5 Basketball 1, 3, 4-5 Baseball 1, 3, 4-5 Junior Town Meetiiig of the Air 3, 4-5 Dance Committee 2, 35 Class Play 15 Operetta 25 Chess Club 15 Dramatic Club 1, 2. Big Al . . . Select's own Pierpont lVlorgan . . . the only senior class president that takes a nap on VVednes- days . . . Mr. Student Council . . . "I got the carl" . . . winner at cards . . . Varsity Al . . . has a new I. D. bracelet . . . "Just two little questionsv . . . Sue . . . jazz fan from a classical-music-minded family . . . Dan Druff . . . inquisitive. i MICHAEL DAVID DICKMAN The Claridge, 18th and Walnut Streets Philadelphia 3, Pa. Born: lVlarch 13, 1940 entered ninth year Record Book 4 fPhotography StafD5 Service Coni- mittcc 35 Falcon 45 Soccer 2, 3, 45 Basketball 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Dance Committee 3, 45 Operetta 1, 25 Science Club lg Chorus 4. Dickey Mickman . . . famous for prolix battles with Teacher Nlarffaret . . . has an accent repertoire . . . D "Did you do yours?" . . . goes on diaper dates . . . likes to borrow Master Alex's pamphlets . . . perpetual state of war with Harvey . . . "Oh pulleeze, Teacher Annev . . . Select's Well-dressed photographer . . . does expert imitations . . . on-the-spot Ogden Nash . . . prolixic. Twentyffve F.S.S. RECORD JUNE 13, 1957 SYLVIA MARIE DiROCCO 1019 Catherine Street Philadelphia 47, Pa. Born: April 24, l939 entered kindergarten Record Book 4 fLiterary Staff? 3 Hockey lg Basket- ! ball 33 Tennis 35 Badminton ls Dance Committee 1 xv 35 Class Play 15 School Adiliation Club lg Lower ' School Help 4. Srl . . . chemistry-enough said . . . daily break- fasts at Doc,s" . . . one of the recess lunch crowd . . . found with Mona and Leona . . . "Oh, yeah?" . . . one of the few old timers left at Select . . . has two "sisters" . . . "I like the food they serve at Dante's" . . . author of a Yiddish dictionary . . . unobtrusive. MARLE NE FLANAGAN 5334 Walnut Street Philadelphia 39, Pa. Born: December 20, 1939 entered .vefuenth year Class Secretary 23 Class President 35 Record Book 4- fLitc-tary Staffjg Girls' A. A. 2, 3 fSecretaryD, 4- CPresidentj5 Falcon 25 Hockey 45 Basketball 3 fMa.nagerD5 Tennis 3, 45 Dance Committee 2, 3, -1-5 Assembly Committee 1 fPresidentj5 Opcretta 15 Dramatic Club lg Lower School Help 2. Flan . . . famous for her one oint landin s . . . H P e Select's own crmolme queen . . . "Listen to this!" . . . sho s at "VVannie's" . . . the irl with the ward- p I Q g s robe . . . always losing things . . . battles with Harvey and Mickey' . . . never learned to Write longhand . . . has two older brothers . . . the treasurer has her interest . . . why does she wear a gold Choker and bracelet with a gold disc? . . . peppy. 'Twentyfsix F.S.S. RECORD JUNE 13, 1957 ANNE EVANS FRY 1719 Rittenhouse Square Philadelphia 3, Pa. Born: September ll, l939 entered first year Class Vice President 3, Student Council 3, 4-5 Record Book 4 fl-'hotography EditorD5 Girls' A. A. 2, 3 fPrcsidentl, 4 fljublicity Nlanagerjg Hockey 1, 2, 3 CCaptainD, 4 fCaptainD, Basketball 1, 2, 3 fCaptainl, 4 fCo-Captainlg Softball 1, 2, 3 fCap- tainjg Tennis 33 Lacrosse 45 Buck Hill Falls Conference 3, Junior Toivn Meeting of the Air 3, "Quiz 'Em on the Air" I, 25 Dance Committee 2, 33 Class Play lg Operetta 2. Anne . . . an old timer at Select . . . rabid Republican . . . "Anyone Want a pair of nine-year-old bloome1'S?" . . . alfalfa and cigars run in the family . . . seems to attract those special history assignments . . . c'Hcy, you birds!" . . . hates to lose to Stevens , . . likes Lebanon bologna . . . "Don't clutchln . . . dependable. CHARLES JAY GROSS 2351 Baird Boulevard Camden, N. J. Born: February 24, l939 entered tenth year Record Book 4 CArt Editorlg Falcon 2 fCo-Art Editorl, 3 fArt Editorl5 Caldron 3 fArt Editorlg Soccer 3, 4-5 Basketball 2, 3, 4-5 Dance Committee 2, 3, 45 Operetta 2. Charlie . . . Leo Da Vince . . . Wonder Why the Art lVluseum has clean fountains? . . . with Paul . . . "Wanna drag?" . . . long eyelashes and 22-inch waist . . . the only artist that makes religious paper dolls . . . Chas.-bone . . . three chocolate milks at recess didn't make him any fatter . . . did he ever take Jill to the Prom? . . . "I passed l l" . . . tranquil. Twenty-seven F.S.S. RECORD JUNE 13, 1957 MONA ELINOR HENDLER 5401 Woodbine Avenue Philadelphia 31, Pa. Born: July 26, l938 entered sixth year Girls' A. A. 2, Hockey 4, Basketball 25 Bad- minton lg Tennis 35 Dance Committee 25 School Affiliation Club 1. Mona . . . the typical VVynnefieldite . . . "Kissey- pooh" . . . what happened to her pixie? . . . Harcum bound . . . gets good luck charms for exams . . . Billyls ring . . . she's pocket-book crazy . . . sister to Don . . . 'gVic', . . . going steady . . . loves to talk on the phone . . . Amy . . . learning how to drive a car . . . naive. SUE ANN KAHN 5243 Chester Avenue Philadelphia 43, Pa. Born: M21'Ch 30, 194-0 entered sixth year Record Book -1- fEditor-in-Chicfj, Girls' A. A. 3, 4 fVice Presidentlg Student Council 3, 4 fSecre- taryl5 Falcon 25 Caldron l, 2, 3 Cfkssociate Editorj, 4 fCo-Editorl 3 Service Committee 2, 3 fPresidentj 3 Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 4- QCO-captainjg Soft- ball 2, 35 Tennis 1, 2, 4-, Dance Committee 2, 3, 45 Chorus 4-5 Class Play 1, Operetta 1, Dramatic Club 1, 2. Suez . . . "I'll never get a lu . . . musically inclined Qtoward a jazz fiendj . . . "My dress is ORCHID" . . . sees pink elephants . . . what happens at Symphony Club? . . . "Stick with Ike and get stuck with Dick" . . . those rear-action 'foul shots . . . "Hey, Barb, you didn't do any French last night, did you?" . . . LEFT wing . . . those deadlines and rendez-vous's at Clark's . . . "Oh, my hair!" . . . energetic. l l Twentyfeight F.S.S. RECORD JUNE 13, 1957 BARBARA JO KEYSER 1518 Baird Avenue Camden 3, N. J. Born: February 17, 1939 entered ninflz. year Student Council 2, 35 Record Book 4 fAssistant Photography Editorjg Falcon 4- fNews Editorbg Caldron 35 Service Committee 45 Hockey 3, 43 Basketball 35 Tennis 3, 43 Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Play 15 Operetta 1, 25 Dramatic Club l, 23 School Afliliation Club 25 Lower School Help. 2. Keyse . . . lives across the river . . . Wonder Why she's Boston bound? . . . engaged to Harold . . . another one of the recess lunch crowd . . . plays hockey? . . . "So help mel" . . . speedy . . . her best friend, Laddie . . . has stuck with French for four years . . . those chemistry experiments with Kahn . . . brother Paul . . . Bobbie . . . industrious. NORMA KRECHMER 2101 Walnut Street Philadelphia 3, Pa. Born: December 31, 1939 mmzreal tenth year Basketball 3, 43 Softball 2, 35 Dance Committee 35 Opcrctta 2. Kretch . . . lives at 2101 and summer home in Broomall . . . ullflaaahhh Goodness!" . . . always found with Arlene and Nancy . . . "Ahem,' . . . nervous reader in History . . . Select's vinylite spike queen . . . ccWC,l'C going to build a swimming poolu . . . her party in tenth grade . . . the girl with long locks . . . frivolous. l Twenty-nine F.S.S. RECORD JUNE 13, 1957 LEONA JOAN LISS 5306 Arlington Street Philadelphia 31, Pa. Born: October 24, 1938 entered ninth year Falcon 3 QCO-editorj, 4- CCD-eclitorjg Basketball 4- CMzmaigerD5 Dance Committee 3, 45 Lower School Help 1, 2, 3. Lee . . . the After Six queen . . . Eurasian flirtations with Mastei' Pete . . . sister Sharon . . . David's ring . . . "Oh, yeah? the wlioainajageln . . . learning how to drive . . . gorgeous assortment of Prom cookies . . . Louie . . . those phone calls to Penn's dorms . . . Blauners . . . Brother Harv . . . writes complex poetry . . . sophisticated. Et. W . SMEDLEY WILLIAM LYNN 2700 Eldon Avenue Drexel Hill, Pa. Born: October 4, 1939 entered twelfth year Basketball 45 Baseball 4. Bill . . . our Upper Darbyite . . . always found with Paul and Jerry . . . Select's faithful basketball mana- ger . . . how did he get those five extra points for Trig? . . . car trouble . . . reserved and quiet . . . Cookie . . . wonder why he has to use safety belts . . . Cokes at Jack's . . . amiable. Thirty F.S.S. RECORD JUNE 13, 1957 JILL MALAMUT 5312 Browning Road Pennsauken, N. J. Born: Jamlary 25, I939 entered .fefuentlz year Class Treasurer lg Dance Committee 2, 35 School Afliliation Club 15 Library Aid 25 Lower School Playground 4. jill . . . foreigner from Camden . . . Harcum bound . . . famous for her good complexion . . . she and health class Clon't agree . . . "Bless you childln . . . has a new home . . . likes to leave school for college interviews . . . especially Temple . . . "disputes" with Janet . . . illness during Gym classes . . . "George, take care of the Olds" . . . blase. JANET BARBARA MENDELL 2023 Spruce Street Philadelphia 3, Pa. Born: March S, 1940 entered xixth year Student Council 35 Record Book 4 CLiterary Staffl 5 Girls, A. A. 35 Service Committee 1, 3 fSec1'etaryD, 4 CTreasurerJ5 Falcon 1, 2, 4- fHead Typistj5 Caldron 2, 3 CE-ditor-in-Chiefb, 4- Ciditorjg Hockey 3, 45 Basketball 3, 45 Softball 3 fManagerJ5 Junior Town Meeting of the Air 45 Dance Committee 2, 3, 45 Opcretta 25 Chorus 4-5 Lower School Help 45 Library Aid 45 Temple French Contest I. Dinky . . . she'll pahk her cah in the Hahvahd yahd Watches Cheyenne on Tuesday nights . . . "All the Way with Adlaiu . . . her pony tail is her secret Weapon . . . the day they traded Del Ennis . . . "Well, gee whiz!" . . . Aunt Ma1'y and her tunafish cele- brations . . . the class songwriter . . . oldtimer in Teacher Helen's Latin classes . . . the faithful typist . . . "Master Bill, I have a problem" . . . Serkin fan . . . informed. Thiftyfone F.S.S. RECORD JUNE 13, 1957 NANCY HELEN MYER Old Lancaster Road Devon, Pa. Born: September 23, 1939 entered ninth year Girls' A. A. 3, Service Committee 2, Falcon 23 Basketball 2, 3, Tennis 3, 4, Opcretta 2, Chorus 4- Nan . . . commuter from Devon . . . welll al ways remember the day they cut her hair . . . sweater girl . . . she's a faithful Warrior fan . . . always found with Arlene . . . "You ain't nothing but a hound dog" good tennis player . . . noted for her turned-up . . . Elvis, Elvis, Elvis . . . enthusiastic. CHARLES GEORGE MILNER 2601 Parkway Philadelphia 30, Pa. Born: December 24, 1939 entered eighth year Class President 2, Class Treasurer 3, 4, Student Council 4 CPrcsidentD, Record Book 4 fBusiness Managerj, Varsity Club 4, Soccer 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4-5 Junior Town Meeting of the Air 3, Schwenksville Conference 45 Dance Committee 4, Class Play 1, Opcrctta 1 Clendl. Fuzzy . . . 2601 is his palace . . . blushes from the ears . . . "How about that!" . . . our money collector . . . Boozshe . . . Brother Dick . . . always found with Alan and Harvey . . . and Elan . . . one of the Stilt- fan crowd . . . "Die, will ya?" . . . lVlr. VVell Built? . . . noted for breaking glasses . . . likes cigars . . . the good old days of the Headless Horseman . . . suave. l'1OSC Thirtyftwo F.S.S. RECORD JUNE 13, 1957 HARVEY DANIEL MYERSON Garden Court Apartments 47th and Pine Streets Philadelphia 43, Pa. Born: August l, 1939 entererl fifth year Class President lg Class 'I'reasurer 2, Varsity Club 1, 2, 3 fTfCZlSU1'0l'J, 4 CPresidentj5 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 fCo-captainji Basketball I, 2, 3, 4 fCo-captainj, Baseball 1, 2, Class Play 1. Bulldog lVlyerson and the terror of Room 27 . . . "I am a gay cahalleroli' . . . chacungs Pinky and punches Dickman . . . Teacher lVlargaret's mistakes . . . "Wl1at do you say, Champ?" . . . with Carole . . . was that car that just went by a yellow Thunderbird with a V-2 rocket? . . . muffler take off . . . the day he ran over an island . . . Spanish class . . . effervescent. ARLENE LIBBY PARRIS 6449 North Sydenham Street Philadelphia 43, Pa. Born: Ma1'ch 21, 1939 entered tenth year Falcon 2, Basketball 3, 4, Tennis 3, 4, Operetta 2, Choir 4. Lenie . . . Rabbi's daughter . . . always found with Nancy and Norma . . . her brother, Ted . . . good olde Camp Reeta . . . "It's tweedyln . . . goes to Gratz . . . health class fan? . . . her heart's in far- away Canada . . . No more day school -"Teach me Tonight" . . . the girl has the giggles . . . great sports lover? . . . talkative. Thirty-three F.S.S. RECORD JUNE 13, 1957 DOHN ROSENTHAL 1812 West 3rd Street Chester, Pa. Born: November 28, 1938 entered elerventlz year Record Book 4- fAssistant Editorbg Falcon 3 QCO- Editorl, 4- QCO-Editorl 5 Varsity Club 4, Basketball 3, 43 Baseball 3, 4. Rosey . . . the man from Chester . . . noted for his driving . . . fDriving?D . . . "It's your responsibility!" . . . Falcon, Falcon, Falcon and more Falcon flowerinff rose from a bloomin idiot . . . hates law D and order . . . going to be a lawyer . . . his cousin Dick . . . those arguments with Keyse . . . knee guards on the basketball court . . . enterprising. PAUL BERNARD PERLMUTTER 4933 Parkside Avenue Philadelphia 31, Pa. Born: May 22, 1940 entered tenth year Varsity Club 3, 4, Soccer 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 4-4 Baseball 2, 3, 4-3 Dance Committee 3, 4, Operetta 2. Peppy . . . lives at Convention Hall . . . the only one who can touch the rim . . . those drags at the Hot Shoppe . . . Pearl Paulmutter fwhoopslj . . . Stein- gard,s Chemistry buddy . . . "What ? ? l l" . . . Wears cashmere sweaters . . . he and Smedley har- monize? . . . Judy . . . Paul Arizin of Friends' Select . . . those speeding tickets . . . with Charlie . . . "I missed!" . . . likeable. Thirtyffour F.S.S. RECORD JUNE 13, 1957 NORMAN M. SILVERMAN 711 East Phil-Ellena Street Philadelphia 19, Pa. Born: October ll, 1939 entered tenth year Class Secretary 3, 45 Varsity Club 2, 3, 45 Soccer 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, Baseball 2, 35 Tennis 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, 3. Norm . . . the class athlete . . . plays soccer, all positions his gr'1ndpop's Cadillac "As the sa f . . . . 1 1 . . . . y .5 in Russia--T. S." . . . Judy . . . the only Secretary who can't write right . . . great tennis pro . . . "We are revoking" . . . always seen with that red jacket . . . has a big brother . . . works it all Ollt on the slide rule . . . with Paul . . . plays the field fnot only in sportslj . . . athletic. JERRY STEINGARD 2135 North 58th Street Philadelphia 31, Pa. Born: April 25, 1939 entered ninth year Varsity Club 3, 4, Soccer 3, 4-5 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 4, Science Club 1, Operetta 1, 2. Champ . . . Teddy Steingard and his Rough Riders . . . "Hey, Mastei' Bill! VVhat do I do nowil' . . . Dippy . . . that '51 Plymouth . . . "Let me shoot!" . . . raises guppies . . . " I taught Chamberlain every- thing he knows" . . . loves and lives basketball . . . going to be a smash-bang jazz drummer . . . "Hey Harv-I Want to say something" . . . cheerful. Thirtyffve F.S.S. RECORD JUNE 13, 1957 JAMES WILLIAM STOKES 4228 Spruce Street Philadelphia 4, Born: October 5, 1939 entered jirst Student Council 1, 2, 35 Record Book 4- fLiterary Stafflg Varsity Club 4- QScc1'etaryD5 Falcon 3 CCO- Editorj, 4- fCo-Editorfjg Caldron 4- fEditorD5 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4-5 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4- fManagerj5 Baseball 1, 2 fManagerD5 Tennis 3, 4-5 Buck Hill Falls Conference 4-5 Dance Committee 25 Mineral Club 1, 25 Operctta 1, 2. Jim . . . makes ancient siege machinery . . . last of the dynasty . . . Jim Spokes, the big wheel . . . "Banzail" . . . Caesar ofthe lunch period . . . Stokesy . . . News -of the Week reviewer . . . likes to write . . . and draw . . . HI Punic War in the IV period . . . the only who really takes Scripture . . . scientific. JUDITH MONTAGUE STEPHENS 540 Odgen Avenue Swarthmore, Pa. Born: August 25, 1939 entered iwelfth year Record Book 4-5 Falcon 4-5 Hockey 45 Basketball 4-5 Tennis 45 Dance Committee 4. , Judy . . . commutes daily from Swarthmore . . 1 Southern belle with grey hair . . . and freckles . . . weekends in Towson . . . "Good King Jackn . . . up and coming hockey and basketball player . . . "Gee, that,s neat!" . . . toys around with paint and pencil . . . Ziggy's audience . . . one of the after-practice- snack crowd . . . congenial Pa. JIEII7' 0116 Thiftyfsix F.S.S. RECORD JUNE 13, 1957 BARBARA ELIZABETH THOMSON 7435 Rugby Street A Philadelphia 38, Pa. Born: Marcli 5, 1940 entered seventh year Student Council 3 CSv:cretaryj3 Recorcl Book 4 fLitera1'y Editorh Girls' A. A. 3 fTreasurcrJ, 4- fTreasurerD5 Service Committee 15 Assembly Com- mittee ls Falcon 25 Caldron 4 fliditorlg Hockey I, Z, 3, 4- QCapt:1inJ3 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4-5 Soft- ball 1, 2, 35 Lacrosse 43 Junior Town Meeting 35 Buck Hill Falls Conference 35 Dance Conunittce 2, 3, 45 Class Play 13 Operetta 25 Chorus 45 Dramatic Club 1, 25 School Store 3. Topper . . . trumpets always seem to play her way . . . big brother Kelvin . . . a VVyatt Earp fiend . . . sarcasm and Master Alex . . . keeps trains in the cellar . . . fights with Kahn on everything in general and nothing in particular . . . Hltls fantastic!" . . . our Senior Prom Queen . . . "Aunt Sis will help me do it" . . . plays the organ . . . sports cars . . . provocative. l JAMES JOHN VITAGLIANO Clayton Road Williamstown, N. J. Born: October 17, l937 entered twelfth year Chorus -I-. .lim . . . the pig farmer from New Jersey . . Q has a persecution complex . . . it's thirty miles to school . . . "Don,t bother mel" . . . Jill is his friend . . . how did he rate that privileged parking space? . . . Wcilfe's his brother . . . "lVlaster Alex - now wait - I just Want to ask your opinion" . . . should become a lawyer . . . a faithful Democrat . . . opinionated. Tlzivtyfseven F.S.S. RECORD JUNE 13, 1957 J UDITH BERYL WAXMAN 348 West Center Street Woodbury, N. J. Born: October l9, l939 cfztwvfzzf ninth year Class Vice President 23 Falcon 3, 4 Clixehange Eclitorjg Basketball 35 Softball lg Tennis -I-3 Dance Committee 2, 3, 45 Class Play lg Operetta 25 Cheerleader 3, 43 Chorus 45 Home Ee Club 15 Lower School Help 2. Grace . . . commuter from VVootlbury . . . has a tweecly brother . . . how does she get those l's in typing? . . . like Fats Domino . . . possesfxor of petite feet . . . she and Select alumni hit it oil Well . . . ultls ricliculousl' . . . uses "peacock blue" ink in 21 "peacock bluel' pen . . . dreamy eyes . . . 'L0h, uml' . . . Went to the prom in a Volkswagen . . . vivacious. DONALD JAY WOLFE 700 West Allens Lane Philadelphia 19, Pa. Born: April 10 , l938 cntererl tenth year Soccer 23 VVrcstling 35 'l'eun's 3. Don . . . from Germantown . . . knows all about the Arrny six-month plan . . . has hieroglyphic writing . . . those Scripture battles . . . Select's installment collector . . . "Yeeaahh" . . . that noisy black and white Chevy named Betsy . . . good dresser . . . lVlona'S brother . . . "Point of order!" . . . argumentative. Thirtyfeigltt F.S.S. RECORD JUNE 13, 1957 V Y V V V GERALD CHARLES ZEIGERMAN 6213 Cobbs Creek Parkway Philadelphia, Pa. Born: lVlay 31, 1939 entered ninth year Falcon 2, 3, 4 flrlead ColuninistD5 Soccer 3 flVlan- agerjg Tennis 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 45 Buck Hill Falls Conference +5 Operetta 25 Dramatic Club lg "Quiz 'Em on the Air" 1, 2. Ziggy . . . Select's gift to Broadway . . . has chronic Nlondayitis . . . " I prepped at Greenwich Village Techu . . . with Jeff, Max, and Bob . . . and Anne . . . our own Hedda Hopper . . . will we ever forget his parties? . . . "Let's go dutch!" . . . New York'S his home . . . Easy . . . great dancer . . . individualistic. EARL ZIPIN 6220 North Camae Street Philadelphia 41, Pa. Born: MHI'Cll 3, 1939 emferefl eleventh year Basketball 4. Zip . . . will we ever forget those imitations of Elvis? . . . another basketball Hend . . . "chuckle grunt" . . . a milkshake lover from ,way back . . . with Ed . . . a deadeye on the court . . . lounges at the side of the Strand swimming pool . . . that yellow Chevy . . . "Wlio, me?" . . . the Crammer . . . studious. Tlziftyfnine lass 0f19 7 First row: Judy Stephens, Marlene Flanagan, Barbara Keyser, Leona Liss, Jill Malamut, Mona Hendler, Arlene Parris, Norma Krechmer, Anne Fry, Sue Ann Kahn. Second row: Smedly Lynn, Andy Amsterdam, Norma Silverman, Janet Mendell, Barbara Thomson, Nancy Myer, Silvia DiRocco, Judy Wamnan, Gerald Zeigerman, Jim Stokes, Mickey Dickman. Third row: Donald Wolfe, Dohn Rosenthal, Paul Perlrnutter, George Milner, Alan Cohn, Earl Zipin, Charles Gross, Tom Fox, Ed Chernoff, Harvey Nlyerson, Jim Vitagliano. Absent: Jerry Steingard. Qfficers Seated: Andrew Amsterdam, vice-president, Alan Cohn, president. Standing: George Milner, treasurer, Norman Silverman, secretary. Forty -i: -'i . E N' .. ga--22-'ma agsmazaz ..,a..,kgs :a.j,-B aaa u - W.. 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" . ,, Q - I V I Aj- I, , . Y ' 1.-wfi TQ", -A " 1, ., 7 .i:.'., f .1 M X' r ' -Q F .E A... . Class of '57 leave Seleci lo ,Iumors 5 ' . . ' Q I a , H yy . , . 5, . . . . iP39ei'2ll - -Alien-:farewell -teremonres alzirijel gmaefhrsg -house, -rhei-bereave-ol Junsor".'Clags.'.5gn , 3, lg Y Qdlhered in! +he somber almosphere of 'll1'efrecrea'rion room -lo hear- the lasf will, f .g..'g..Z1 i:-alla -A , 1 . a ' . ' M . " ' 1 Q ' Y- 1.2 'A"l'.f75 : ,. ,, . C and iesfameni of 1-he-late Senior Classg Everyydunlor,,kalihoqgh-,Mslrackenjgnlh gajxefl oiverji z ii. .... . . the:-loss,.ofghis dearfsfrienolsgkheli'-a.sense-ofgpiidex,anrifrespohlriibility.ln?-,hisiwaix1?lQomaliciri'gf W --:- - -V -A ' ' - -Q 1 -r - , : 1' W- 4 1: 1 2 . M-sa. H 91251-Gini: mherganoe iolfjlhe .sohool s geazlershxpr i h i ,B my in H BM H F I X ,ui . tgfgswmg . my .4 evera umorsywere oo y ergoug: o :ave persona y V ene 1 en rom ffge we , :IE -:-: E N, . g sm Michael Dpokman--ilefllhgsr fi3Al'?flQ,US pipe- +oy-y.lefF..Day1glA,.-who- also inheeriied ,+hg.Mgreal'fgf3 ,f f privilege o'f',chaUFl?euring-1-Friendsf Seleof girls''rlrori+iT.?A5i1tlrevZf2..:h1msiei'Sa'ri1-.llwllary- Loi H Q Parry inherlled Norma Kreohmer's1quie'l and demure manner, An unusual gill was ,. AWQEQQQXQQ 3 36 v 'fe bequealhed lo Phil Speclor-by Charles Gross, who lelf Phil his worm5.,Milce Marinoffill gg ig al, . .,..., " ,-. - H - - . . , . 11. . - ' - a. - . -- ww- 1 "" . M- -f ue" 4 f snhernlecl. as steam. asl1ovel,angl :hip -biools 'h':o,m+?fN.or:nie"r -Sgl1rerman-,.?la+er- Prine. -'lhe ' z lmlwrggggg, fimgf:-:xi ",.,, a , C . B . I , Y A- :, I V, H 3- y , - . -K :V .ju ye as- - Em F?E Hem ir: ' aim luclcy boy, has come mio 'rho POSSBSQIOD of all of Edward Chernohls ieachers. Marla- . '- ,. fa3E31?wEQ.gZS1,u. glfg gciilbf Hoffman inherited Jerry Sfeingarrfs life blood--'I-he basketball 'court off course. Ifnany Junior had -been ,smarf enough' lo bring along- ,aa magnifying'-glass, hzgugcqulcl'---, -:SBP A h 'P 1 by -.gi nh 1-H1 A- 1 hw . - . . 3- .1 , f- y -3 , wwf .rm ave go en ar ara omson s mary nares. I . y A . I L . I . . 5 . NOTICE: Sue Ann Kahn- leaves "The Reoorclu ro. any con-in ' Eggs! m- m mgiicgg scienfiious, hard working, imaginalive, and insa-me Juniorf.. K E . Qggiggfi qgggi Orher underclassmen were inclmzledfin. 'l'he15enioml'g ihersonaliwill.'Garole Kreehrner. Sr l -. ,. . I 1- . QM . -Q . - - . ' ' - Q 'Q M -- - , mherslecl Jul! Malamu+'s meclical excuses anal Arlhur Ka-lrnssenfrecewecl'Smeclley Lynn'.s ' , a n? - ggljfi chemisfry book. Any unsuspecling freshmanfro-be may have all of Judy Siephensf ,E hockey bruises. Barbara. Keyser left ,her brother Paul YFrienflfs,f Seleol: for l'VQQimQf'E,,'f , 2 - iwixl igigigi .,.,4 :., A M - , - . f a+ - A . .Le - - W h eg .V -:Lui 1 - '-nj 1- , 'I 1: fa-if , 'M ----2 -' fig: years. and Ziggy saaclr-"ll leave Anneancl Carole and Terryleand Booby ani-, . -." 1 -,. "':' N-'.:' ,F E My A ' 1 - - '- " , .. . " . V an- F V Q NOTlCE: Any 'lhircl grader .who wanfs Anne. Fry's nine- . year-old bloorners may claim ihem, Qbynconsijiling ,lhev f- h .5 h 5, d fgzqqgi. . . - QM all 1 -'- P' T P Q 99'aP Yi 536' 0.-. -35-PaPe"f -- ' 4 - ' 'Ja - W 'S W Less personal bequesfskirereirecorded affollowsai C .if i -L re-i?sl"'g.?',!" Juclilh Waxman i rhree years alfrer Norman - - - XJgfQ --- mama 2 Nalin Jim V'-f I' f - ,Q f f h- .. - - 5. in - d D 4 , . zz' 1- Wei , . f l 39 'PDQ M '5M?l39llmeQ5. 9 BLQQQ -a?l'n9PValr?.- ? M James Snakes. 1 -Q-frby-fi-ravens!-f 1, W ' .- w -- ' ' V ll r . QQ? 4121 liars? Dohn Rosenlhal LEAVES . responsibilrly ro everyone else' m imi? 'TE Elk? Arlene Parris quiellyif ? ?,y M H g i ? y T Harvey Myorson y I ,alfferygighiiyjears 6Flw5afi+i'ngr ' -- E93 4 .gh-yh ggg Janef Mendell W K her-pony farlrfo +he Kenruciuy Derby z Q,-V' P015 .mfg Lg I - I I - 'X Maya 2 masfai B ATTENTlON ALL UNSUSPECTING FOOLS!! - 'sig-BME -fe I E52-' QF f"-.l.?'l-"iw 118521. . 1 . . W . r 3, , 2 , . 5 M A A M M T, 55,5 ez , 'E if .Be any unsuspecljgng foolarael.,i.nl'gerial'.-.Trng Paulferlmujfllierl . . gig g ag . i f - gg Q l Then fhe lawyer reacl flfhe moal-'Yexciliing 'pari"orl ilhe -will--line seclion which Z 9 f Wsffa.:5g. , . f i j ?- :fy 0, records inherifances falling io lhe facully. Only 'three leachers benefired 'lhis-year. 1' Sg gytliill f gg fig ':'. I. Leona Liss left Mas-fer Bill peace, and George Milnerlefi 'Maglrer .Bill pure: l malls, 'fhanki goodness! Congralulafions, Masler Sill' Hodigaon, 'on 'Qyoury .'m2n2folgl' H znz 51 honor. Anoihier double winner was Masler Alex MacColl,4who inheriled al '-'fulll' Egg? ,Vi gl.,g QggEjQ lorry minules of leaching from Alan Cohn and Donald Wolfe's black. wayjy,-lhairr ,I 1.2-'af ...- -Y-5 Q- ,Y H i . - . . :W w,, . - T rf - -, 5'-er - - gi. ,,. g., :5., - 'I-Q-:.: L' : .' W Teacher Margaret Conovernwas exliremelylioriunafefgigo. recgireg, Marlggnei-.-Elarri9QFQ -- ' crmolines. Sylvia Di Rocco and Nancy Myer were 'ihe only Seniors Whorf 1- anyfhing - ihey claim lhar 'rhey need everyihing 'they' have! -Q - ,Zn i One laslf commfenf: before iheseniors made 1'heir,,farewell,. lheyifiaiclg i : '5 1' I H ' . , - . . W . - .-fa . . . ., . -.M -' F. ,A . .. ,..'-,rr 6 ax, .-,Sf'g,,.' Q, ,,- in . H ..,2- verbal lribule 'ro lheyr- newgheirs. Queen? 'ihem voiced fhefkaderooggal glogaiffl-used - ggitali before faking examinaiions: -A ' L 5 ' W W ,L ' A 49 555m "N 'f ' 1- I + - IU C ' ' f ' EPM .f mwmgl wmtgq os morn un, e sa u amus. 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Ed Mastei' Bill's crazy schedule Slide rule Alan Sue Jazz records lVlickey All girls Guatemalan bag Sylvia Back-seat drivers Shoes Mflflelle Cracking knuckles Gold disc ANNO Losing seasons O.T.K. pin Charlie Class dues Harbrace Handbook M0113 Homework Billy Sue The Record Book Pink elephant and collar pi B21l'l72l1'2I Camden-Phila. bus Laddie Norma Blugfyed pl-Ofegggf lVlorgan Dogs Leona "lVIinnie lVlouse,' David's paraphenalia Smed School Car Jill Sports Keys to the "Olds" IZIHCYZ Being 5' 1" Pocket-size paper puncher George Une-car share plan Ostrich Wallet Nancy Bermuda shorts Legs H21I'VCj' Teacher lVIargaret Sheets Carole Arlene The "Skinny Porky Pig" Her wig Paul A Corvette Car? Dohn Irresponsible people Poem Norman Ninth Grade girls Judy R. Che hopes? Jerry lVIonday mornings Basketball Judy S. People who understand License fwhen she gets itj geometry Jim S. VVork Model catapults Bm-bm-3 Kelvin Naturally wavy hair Jim V, People who can't mind Tooth from a Ubangi their own business Judy VV Loud mouths Strong box Don Homework ' Betsy Ziggy lVloney Black glasses Earl Rosie His slide rule . . . ho! lfVhere Found With George Room 27 VVith George XfVith Harvey At Doc's XVith George At practice In a '54 "Olds" In Room 26 Combing her hair On the way to Boston Room 27 VVith D.L.R. On Westchester' Pike Everywhere In a state of confusion VVith F lan In her skin 2323 Locust Street Giggling everywhere In his car Allentown Playing the field Basketball court Baltimore VVandering around Forgetting things At home? Witli Audrey and Cecily In his car At home on lVlondays Cn basketball court I O N oted F or Ninth Grade girls Silence Arguments XVorthless criticisms Swivel hips Crinolines Lebanon lmlogna sandwiches Rhymes with Harvey Her shaggy haircut Eternally chasing Speed Changing seats in Study Hall Bright morning smile? Singing with Paul Friday afternoon study Complaining Immobility in Discipline Committee meetings Tu rned-up nose Loud mufhers on yellow convertible Arguments with "lVlinnie" Touching the rim Being late Three cars The drums .lack Drawing in class Giggles Sticking up for jill Sex appeal Talking His third shoulder Being lazy ff mbition Be a playboy Doctor Doctor Doctor Successful business woman Successful business woman New England College Artist lVl.R.S. degree Flute teacher Child psychologist Get married to . . Mrs. "After Six" C.P.A. Fashion designer lVIathematician Chief psychiatrist at Jeff e rson lVlodel Executive of large department store To put the string in string beans Engineer To become ambitious Engineer Basketball player Fashion illustrator Doctor of space medicine Fashion designer President of U.S. Dress buyer Going into business Have a harem Pharmacist Dextiny Wo1'k hard and die young Mad scientist Orderly Gigolo Successful housewife Her brother's secretary International Correspondence School Painting turtles Old maid Piccolo repairer Patient Get divorced from . . . Miss Sheets' assistant English teacher High School Trig teacher VVard 1'ci be maid Type questions for Univar Hopeless shizophrenic Mother of four children Sell bagels on -1-th Street To squeeze squash Train engineer Salvation army Street cleaner VVater boy Pattern designer Chiropodist Salesgirl at lVlacy's Rock and Roll disc jockey Hendri Bendels Private in the army Turban-twirler To out-score Jerry ELECTICM RE On November 4, 1956, the seniors flocked to the polls to elect the class of '57,s candidates for lfVlzo's lfVho in ffm lfVm-ld. The final tabulation was announced today, and our on-the-spot painter, Rembrandt Studioso Incorporata, was on hand to record the reactions of the Winners as they received the good news. The first pair spotted were Janet and Jim, who were dramatizing a scene from Caesar's Gallic Vfars in the assembly room. Janet Mendcll and Jim Stokes, voted "Most Studiousn. Jim was meditating on his chances of knocking off Janet's dunce cap When he heard that he and Janet had won. A recess was called and they shook hands, congratulating each other. As the war resumed, we meandered down to the macadum. Here We found Sue and Alan giving lVlaster Alex the Kahn-Cohn business for teachers who give spe- cial assignments. Clt looks as if Master Alex isn't too impressed, but perhaps he needs the shoe-shinej Strolling onto the field, we saw Anne and Nor- man, who had just devised a new kind of sport to he played in all seasons. They Said that first you pitch the basketball with the hockey stick, then you hit it with the baseball bat, then you field it with a lacrosse stick, and then you throw it into a basket labelled l'First Base". Uh well, they seemed to be having fun. SPECIAL TO Sue Kahn and Alan Cohn, voted "Most Likely to Succeedv. Anne Fry and Norman Silverman, voted "Most Athleticv. Moving back up to the assembly room, we saw l'vlarlene and George. We couldn't quite figure out what they were doing-neither could they, but they did some more of it for joy when they heard that they had won the election. Keep up the spiritl Forty'fcur TH LT OW E F.S.S. RECORD Marlene Flanagan and George Milner, voted "Most Versatile". 1 Silvia DiRocco and Gerald Zeigerman, voted "Best Dancersn. We caught a peek of Sylvia and Ziggy behind the stage curtain. The news of their victory had some- how leaked out, and they were dancing for joy. We must compliment Sylvia on her extremely stylish dress and Ziggy on his most handsome tuxedo. We discovered another Well dressed pair - whoops, triplets -in the recreation room. It is true that Barbara's chic leopard outfit is perhaps a little too dressy for school, hut Harvey's tailored attire is in excellent taste. Mickey seems to have lost something. All three were happy on hearing the good outcome of the election, but we think Mickey would have been happier if someone were to have given him back his Clothes. L, . - Sf, Jr fe ' 1. i I Z . , , ,, Q Harvey Myerson, Mickey Dickman, and Barbara Keyser, voted "Best Dressed". Arlene Parris and Tomas Fox, voted "Class Clowns". In another corner of the room We spied Arlene and Tom enjoying their senior privileges. Clt is true that Tom is no longer with the senior class, but he was elected so overwhelmingly that we felt he must be included here.j We must reprimand Rembrandt-their pose isn't unusual enough. Cseniors are weirder charactersll Congratulations Winnersl l Fortyffive 4 y 1 5525 my. . ..... 531 ag' f ,J an A ,QW ugyg f K wg 4 Q v x M u w -Jn HM, f Hello, Dahlingsl Here I am-the Brooks Atkinson of Philadel- phia -chattering away as usual, but in a different vein. Tonight I am deviating from my usual theatre review to bring you some juicy tidbits concerning my charming high school acquaintances. This evening, at the old Sheraton, the 1972 reunion of my graduating class was held.1 Entering the spacious ballroom, my sight was caught by a mass of grey at a nearby table. Re- moving my sunglasses, I saw D. Wtilfe and H. D. Myerson, who were discussingz a merger between their two competing Ivy League under- wearil companies. Helping them on the legal points was their mutual attorney, Dohn Rosenthal." At the next table were lVlarlene5 and her weekend guest, the ever-glamorous Sylvia DiRocco.6 Joining the medical group, I discovered that the lVlacCollian Theory of Capitalism was still the main topic of discussion after fifteen years. Dr. A. I.7 Cohn and D1'. C. G. lVlilnerS were landing capital- 1. Class of 1957, Friends' Select School. The old brick building, put up by the Indians in 1500, has been replaced with a modern institution which has three gyms, an ample audi- torium, surrounding hockey and soccer fields, and a spacious Teachers' Room. No classrooms. 2. In the quiet manner for which they are so well known. 3. With the belt in the back. 4. Mr, Rosenthal also doubles as the Editor-in-Chief of Phila- delphia's most famous scandal sheet. QThis paperl. 5. Owner of the House of O'Flanagan. 6. Head of a famous chain of Italian restaurants. '7. Always Inquisitivc Cohn. who is also noted for his breeding of musical dogs. His two most well-known dogs are Mario Allegro Lanza and Julie Coda-London. 8. House doctor for 2602 Parkway. Dr. Milner has done ex- tensive work in the 2602 mink farm. ORD FUR istic medicine, when Dr. HM. D." Dickman brought up a point that he had made in his last speech before the A.lVI.A. Dr. Dickman stated that all bacteria should be socializedf' Anne E. Fry, who has long opposed the socializing of medicine, seemed amused by the discussion. The energetic Miss Fry is at present the Dean of Smiths' Collegefo I was sorry to miss Dr. James F. Stokes, but I was told that he had been lost somewhere in space between Mars and lVIercury.l1 His disappearance is of special significance, for he had in his possession a serum which, when administered to three-year-old chim- panzees, gives them the intelligence of ninth grade girls. Discussing the serum were Norman Silver- manu, Earl Zipin, pharmaceutical advisor to Dr. Stokes who "checked out" from the lVIars-lVlercury eXpedition,l3 and Dr. Edward ChernofI.14 Walking across the room, I encountered Judith Beryl Waxxnaxi, buyer for The House of O'Flanagan15, who was making arrangements for a fashion show with designers 'fBette"w Thomson 9. In direct opposition to the MacCollian Theory, devised by a now-retired history teacher, who has recently been in- vestigated by a committee of the House on Un-Blauveltian Activities. The investigation was conducted by committee chairman, James "Moishe" Vitagliano. 10. Due to some excellent work on the part of Miss Fry, Smiths' College is now accepting a limited number of Joneses, 11. Before his departure on his outer-space excursion, Dr. James "Fenimore" Stokes completed his best-selling autobiography, The Last of the Stokes. 12. Head of the company who built the new Friends' Select. He is hailed as the only man ever to construct a school without classrooms. fHis actions are now being investigated by the House on Un-Blauveltian Activities.J 13. Mr. Zipin was the former understudy of Elvis Presley. 14. Dr. Chernofi has done remarkable work with chimpanzees, and has recently opened a clinic for ninth-grade victims of St. Presley's Dance. 15. Formerly Wannies. 16. Otherwise known as Barbara. Fartyfeight T ORROW' and Jill Malamut. While I spoke to Judith, Bar- baran tried to persuade Nancie lVlyere18 to model some new evening fashions at O'Flanagan's.19 Jill turned to Judy Stphensgo and Charles Grossm, who were fervently discussing the advertising cam- paign for Jill's new cruise Wear. Looking for a new diversion, I spotted Arlene 0 Parris'2 and Smedley Lynn. I breezed up to them, but my "Hello" was lost, for Janet Mendell, pro- fessor of mathematics at Harvard, rushed up to Smed23 and begged him to help her make out her income tax returns. After chatting briefly with Arlene24, I went to say "Boo" to Mrs. Harold Friedmanga, who was discussing child psychology with Mrs. David Rudofkenm flVlr. Rudofker is head of the tuxedo department at the House of O'Flanagan.27j Mrs. Friedman had brought along her dog and her husband.2S Seated at a table nearby were Mona Hendler and Norma 1429, who were talking about Norma's latest marriage. Mona has made 17. Otherwise known as 'Bettef' 18. World's highest paid modele. 19. Formerly Wannies. 20. Hair now completely white, the Towson girl who "made good." 21. Mr. Gross has replaced Norman Rockwell as America's lead- ing artist. He was formerly the fountain cleaner for the Philadelphia Art Museum. 22. Widely-known author of the trilogy: The String Balm and 1, Master Bill's Egg Cup and 1, and Gmtz College and l. fNot autobiographical! 23. Better known as Bill. Certified Private Accountant for the House of 0'Flanagan. 24. About Arlene. 25. nee Barbara Jo Keyser. 26. nee Leona Joan Liss, fLouie's daughterl. 27. nee Wannies. 28. Laddie and Dr. Friedman. Please do not confuse. 29. I am not quite sure of Norma's last name. At present, I think that she is married to Aly Khan. famous the new "Shaggy Dog" hair style, origi- nated at the Beauty Salon of Formerly VVannie's.30 Arriving late, with Sue Kahn on his arm, Was the aging but still dapper playboy, Andy Amster- dam.3l Sue is one of Friends, Select's most famous products. She is currently playing first piccolo, first 'cello, first triangle, and first tuba with the Phila- delphia Orchestra. I hadn't seen Jerry Steingard or Jim Vitagliano so I asked Sue whether or not they were coming. Sue explained that Jerry, former basketball star, was coaching the Philadelphia VVarriors on to victory at an "away" game, and that Jim, who had just resigned his Congressional post to campaign for the Presidency, was barn- storming in the West. Sadly I bade adieu to my dear, dear friends, Who, in fifteen years, have proved to the World that life can be beautiful, productive and stimulating. 'Til tomorrow, when We meet again for my nightly theater news-yours, the eifervescent, youthful, disarming, charming, provocative,32 , ZIGGY33 30. The House of O'Flanagan. 31. Andy was delayed because he had difiiculty in finding a parking Space for his new 888-Oldsmobile, a. fourteen-seater with quadruple exhausts. 32. And prolix. Not to be confused with the once-famous actor, Gerald Zeigerman, who was last seen struggling out of The Lower Depths. Fortyminc H5 ii Y u Qs V-.M w'wf:51lw W- ' i :QI ' -. il ' U fijg ' , ,wiv E , M M M wwf! ' X 'A W 4- if Y, 5 i w 'Sal F . 9 Z L4' W ggffw Im Q., ,Aw-ff' ' - xxx G rg Rx i 5 gym .. ww 9 W A , wg? X 1? .-gym , 4 2 A , Nr ai N ,Zia , 5' , W L Z is R, 'Sf -5 :.:.f.:em 1 S, is df X. xg gn Q ,,.u 11,-, W' 'f Ji V Q, :,. it . E 2--gf A . N .uwgf 'QM ,eff fa I 4 3 a -,,-vu v I LFE N L v.: ' w EEZEZEE V v 12? W lu sf ms.: ': ' fm u - 1 I 4 I EW RE IEW "Old Philadelphia" a la Teacher Anna . . . sixth grade Hprojectsi' . . . Bill, Ed and Akemi . . . the joy of being in the upper school . . . "Chonita" . . . Edith Emerson . . . picnics at Somerton . . . the day we wrecked Room 16 . . . "Master Weed" . . . ping-pong at lunch, before school, etc. fIt's not really a diseasey . . . "Robin Hood" . . . "Well, I shouldn't tell, but it's Miss Purcell" . . . "The Headless Horseman" . . . the alarm clock in first year Algebra, and what came after . . . our Gilbert and Sullivan efforts . . . Teacher Helen's whistling tea kettle . . . "Quo Vadisn . . . The Quiz Kids . . . "A Midsummer Night's Dream" . . . Coke and aspirin make you mighty dizzy . . . "Friends, Romans and Countrymenv . . . short answer quizzes on Mythology . . . medical excuses . . . "May we please watch the World Series?" . . . heatless Mondays . . . Dr. Fisher at the Planetarium . . . VVork? Day . . . Harbrace Handbook, our constant companion fwhen we could find it, that is, . . . "Gallia est omnis divisa in partes tres" . . . the "new administration', . . . some people like to live in the woods and eat beans . . . "Do you have a speech prepared?" . . . "Morning Glory" . . . The Battle of Gettysburg fin Room 275 . . . Leona's "before assembly" party f... Peace Pilgrim . . . QQ hour talk on William Penn in meeting . . . lunch periods in the boiler room . . . history charts, notes, lectures, and maps . . . Mike and Debby . . . Ziggy's parties . . . "Bulldog Myerson and the Terror of Room 27" . . . Ginnie . . . "Mondayitis" . . . hoagies for lunch . . . Marlene Loyd . . . petticoats . . . VVeekend Woi'k Camps . . . Minnie Mouse . . . "every American, young or old, is interested in the frontierv . . . Wyatt Earp . . . our trip to New York . . . Tom Fox . . . the hunger strike . . . pure math . . . "Shucks Fellows" . . .UTHEU Senior Privilege . . . The Youngest . . . election aftermath . . . late, late basketball games . . . ELVIS . . . you can live on no sleep . . . two years of first aid - Cin case of accident call a doctorj . . . "Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow" . . . the meet- ing house . . . graduation . . . our happy years at Select . . Fiftyfone - -1------1--------v----f--.X-J- - --. -0.-A-..m ,-::.v-up - -.wffrgf-arm 111,131--1 -fum, - 4 W -y..m.m-U91 1 Rangers Ha W GOAL BY HEBENTUNS EDECIQES 4f3 GAME See Hangers Win in 5013238 oi Uveriime After ' Canadiens Raily Thrice ly JOSEPH C. YYCHDLI period f Bluz fm' Lhem wen mule Ownm of Char BOYS? S CEB wi., ' Q marriage . amframwx 1 Nagar? 1 t , M. . l First Row: Steve ChucloE, Jim Stokes, Andy Amsterdam, Alan Cohn, Jeff David, Norm Silverman, Gary Blauvelt, Alan Schenker. Second Row: Cooper Tatman fcoachi, John Fox, Phil Spector, Mickey Dickman, Steve Israel, Manny Boxer, Dick Weidner, Charley Gross, George Milner, Harvey Myer-son, Max Massey, Peter Price, Joe Sickenberger, joe Taritero, Calvin Morris, Jim Kuo, Vaughn Slater, Tom Fox fmanagerl, Bill Bruce Kcoachl. SOCCER CAPTAINS George Milner fco-captainl, Bill Bruce lcoachl, Cooper Tatman lccach3, Harvey Myerson fco-captaml. Fiftyffouv Calvin Mor1'is ,... Joe Sickenbcrgei' Harvey Myerson .... SOCCER LIN E-UP Jim Stokes .... .4... Phil Spectol '..,... ,, Joe Taritcro ,........., Norm Silvermzm Jim Kuo ........,..,. George Milner.. Dick VVeidncr .... Alan C011 n.. .....,. .. Snbxlilutesz ....,.,Left Oznfsizle Imide C enter Forward .,..,.Righz Inside Right Outside ,.....,...Left Halfback Center Halfbacle ......,.Right Halfback ,..Left Fullbaclc ,Right Fullback ......,......,...Goalie Steve Chudofi, Andy Amstcrdzun, Jeff David, Gary Blauvclt, Alan Schenker, John FOX, Mickey Dickman, Stove Israel, Manny Boxer, Clmrley Gross, Max Nlusscy, Peter Price, X7illlg'lll1 Slater. GIRL 9 HO KEY Mona Hencller, janet Mendell, Barbara Keyser, Irma Freeman, Lois Dennis, Llewellyn Kramme, Margie Stein, Sue Kauffman, Anne Fry, Barbara Thomson, Peggy Moore, Peggy Spencer, Jane Likoff, Sue Kahn, Marlene Flanagan, Sue Gabroy, Gloria Campisi, Anja Kolwalslci lcoachl. Absent: Magali Marchany, Shelley Danien, Hope Gottlieb, Judy Tonkin, Linda Dzuba, Carlie Weston, Mary Garden. Varxity Sue Kahn ....... Anne Fry '..,.... ,.... Irma Freeman ....., Elaine Goodman., Margie Stein ...,.,.. HOCKEY LINE-UPS Jzmior l'nr5iIy .,.....Left ll-'i11g....... Moore ...,...LefI IIIIIHV.....,.......,.,....TOl3f' Mirsky Cmller I"orwrmf.,.......,..Lindn Dzulm Righl Inner..,..4,.Llcwcllyn Krznmnc ......,.Righl Wing.,.,....,..,.,Sl1cllcy Dzinicn Barbara Thomson .,..... Lffl Hnffbark ,,.....,......., Jane Likolf Lorena Douglas ........... Cenler Hnlflmcl '...,.,.. Peggy Spencer Sue Gabroy ',,,,.,,,.. ,..... I figh! Hnlfbnrlc ........ Gloria Campisi Marlene Flanagan ...,. Left Fnlllmrk .,.,.,.... Janet Mendrll Indy Stephens .... ..,... I fight Fullbarlc .,,.,... Barbara Keyser Ioan Carson ..,...........,. Goalie .....,.....,......,..... Sue Kauffman Slfbsrimlfsz Mona Hclmller, Lois Dennis HOCKEY CAPTAINS Anne Fry fco-captainl, Anja Kolwalski fcoachl, Bar bara Thomson fco-captainl. Fiftyffive BOY 9 ASKETB LL First Row: Harvey Myerson fcaptainl, Ken Michael fcoachl. Second Row: Jim Stokes fmanagerl, Steve Weiner, George Milner, Alan Cohn, Jerry Steingard, Charley Gross, Paul Perlmutter, Manny Boxer, Smedley Lynn Kmanagerl. Absent: Earl Zipin, Dohn Rosenthal, Mark Hoffman. BOYS' BASKETBALL LINE-UPS Varsity Junior Varsity Jerry Steingard ....... ...... F arwarrl ....... ....... I oe Sickenberger Earl Zipin ..........., ...... F onward ....... ...... B ill Freidenberg Paul Perlmutter ........ ...... C enter ......... ....... X 'aughn Slater Harvey Myerson ........ ...... G uarzl ......... ........ M ike Cousins Steve Weiner ........,.......................,..,....,......... Guard ......................................................,....... Jim Kuo Substitutes George Milner, Alan Cohn, Charley Gross, Manny Boxer, Dohn Rosenthal, Mark Hoffman, George Rubin, John Fox, Alan Ford, Ed Chernoff, Mickey Dickman, Calvin West. BOYS' JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL First Row: George Rubin ice-captainl, Bill Friedenberg lco-captainl. Second Row: Jiin Kuo, Joe Sickenberger, Vaughn Slater, John Fox, Alan Ford, Ed Chernoff, Mickey Dlckman, Mike Cousins, Calvin West. Absent: Bill Bruce fcoachl, Hank Hoffman. Fiftyfsix GIRL 9 A KETBALL ,gin fs -W Q H 'NW GIRLS' VARSITY BASKETBALL First Row: Anne Fry lco-captainl, Peggy Smith lcoachi, Sue Kahn ico-captainl. Second Row: Sue Gabroy, Irma Freeman, Marilou Parry, Peggy Spencer, Barbara Thomson, Lorene Douglas, Judy Lorry. Absent: Patty Barnes fcoachl, Carol Krechmer. GIRLS' BASKETBALL LINE-UPS Varsity J rmior Varsity Barbara Thomson ...... ...,.. F orfwani ...,,... Elaine Goodman Judy Lorry ,..,..,........ ..... F orwarrl ......., ...,...... L inda Dzuba Anne Fry .......,..... ...... F orfwani ..,..... .........,.. J udy Robin Marilou Parry ..... ...... G ward ...... .. ........ Judy Myerson Peggy Spencer ............... ....,........................... G Hard .................,..,. ........., .......,..,.. M a rgie Stein Irma Freeman .......,.......................................... Guard ............................,.,..........,.......... Peggy Moore Subxtitzztesz Sue Kahn, Sue Gabroy, Lorene Douglas, Carol Krechmer, Barbara Feen, Judy Epstein, Judy Tonkin, Judy Stephens, Janet Mcndell, Toby Mirsky. GIRLS' JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL First Row: Judy Robin, Barbara Feen Cco-captainl. Second Row: Judy Epstein, Judy Tonkin, Judy Stephens, Judy Myerson, Peggy Moore, Margie Stein, Janet Mendell, Toby Mirsky, Linda Dzuba. Absent: Elaine Goodman fco-captainl, Shelley Danien, Honey Black, Hope Gottleib. Fifty'seve'n Fiftyfeight BOYS' BASEBALL First Row: Vaughn Slater, Bill Robinson, Jim Silliman, Marc Silverstein, Dave Tolt- zis, Hank Hoffman, Dick Landis. Second Row: Ken Michael fcoachl, Andy Amster- dam, Mickey Dickman, Calvin West, Fred Mayer, Jerry Steingard, George Milner, Joe Taritero, Calvin Morris, Joe Sickenberger. BOYS' TENNIS Peter DeGroot fcoachl, John Bugary, Max Massey, John Serkin, Paul Keyser. Absent: Mike Cousins. BOYS' TENNIS First Row: Ben Seltzer, Eddie Liu, Bill Paul, Riley Ballard, Clark Taylor, George Buck- ner, Sammy Shirakawa. Second Row: Victor Ross, Steve Israel, Douglas Clark, Tom Hobson, John Ettleson, Alan Feen. SOFTBALL First Row: Lyn Walton, Jane Jones, Joyce Froio, Ellen Marsh, Sandy Perloif, Barbara Watts. Second Row: Betsy Cossa, Cynthia Gaskill, Sue Cosgrove, Judy Stephens, Bar- bara Thomson, Anne Fry, Priscilla Wilson, Candy Bedford. Third Row: Patti Barnes lcoachl, Barbara Bleznac fmanagerl, Judy Tonkin, Toby Mirsky, Carol Toner, Peggy Moore, Lorene Douglas, Mary Garden, Terry Bruce fcoachl. Absent: Lynn Paul. LACROSSE Betsy Cossa, Candy Bedford, Sue Kahn, Anne Fry, Terry Bruce fcoachl, Peggy Spencer, Irma Freeman, Lorene Douglas, Priscilla Wilson. Absent: Hillary Weiner, Lyn Walton, Hannah Cohen. GIRLS' TENNIS Carole Krechmer, Judy Robin, Marlene Flanagan, Margie Stein, Jane Likoff, Elaine Goodman, Judy Epstein, Barbara Brewster lcoachl, Peggy Smith fcoachi. GIRLS, TENNIS First Row: Ruth Charny, Gloria Campisi, Llewellyn Kramme, Hope Gottlieb, Judy Myerson, Debby Charleston, Carlie Fried, Magali Marchany. Second Row: 'Gloria Gaghan, Karen Grossman, Robin Weiner, Sue Straub, Terry David, Lynn Lonker, Joy Campbell, Carlie Weston, Sue Kauff- man, Davida Farrell, Sue Weitzman, Lois Dennis, April Smith, Anne Nichols. kQ A1-i 'f 7' EDWNS i , . CFCZGYISOII Comics B H Familiariiy Breeds Problems W 'QACK GOEMLD FEEL!! Lindy of un- challrugfd now ef-rm: Cflflfcl D231 lnngvr am the Emmicai " liw of up wxllh ihe Tfulay, as n -ax lmponam On Liar only lznmslness Jackze Gleason apparently ls in nsturn nom ycxr in in-l la: Saturday rligafxarics: future of Sm Caesar. lm- all ciustrr or "Emmy" axva Q unrvrhain, Geurge Gliilrbl donsng hh present and will team wilh Eddie Iucluc Llfzx, .alle rt were rd. B111 SEYIPI lo character and me lrreplsceabls Jlmmy Dslrfulle ll! hemg men less In qxzensly. Jerry Ilewle: in nc: xo funny uly morn. though hm f rating: apparmtlyrhas :Llnpmlned mum qutrtm-rtrin mn Sptclnl? xppelrancex VlEf.0t7Eol1zn alm- hu hem relying rather heavily on A linda rotltlm. hm TBIKRM ian Dun Aman: Um comedian appear- ing on A bmkbresklrxg weekly aclmdule. me mnjor lulnlnmrs v-no hwt not rua up A distress flag are Red Skelton, Georgel -Bunn md Grncizw Ailun my Danny Thomls. Raw lang slmy- can nuuln their pane necrvl aarily U open in Home quesunn. After only two neurons, Phil snfl van hu ulected a new locale haired. of all me ccmedkms, lt hu been two ni nadlrlka pre-: fmznmi figures who have brad survived lint xefevuicm wursf Jack Benny 8-lid Bob Hope Their futures seem as secure as maid he asked ln show buzlzncfw, and ln achlwlng thu furumnlc alum may have 1-.elllly mmm Lhn nbias an mmm of Lhe TV experts. While many elim' camcdxanu wmmluerl mexflneivesl an bmvmf ing 1 "clunrur:Le:" in 5 n-,ruiar series. Mr, Benny and Mr. l-naps declined Lo pulls ln face nf mf usual medlum, Tum off mf- plerurs and ilslen to the fa.-un.. nniy and it il remarkable haw very close Lhmr TV :howl-4 are :fl then' old rsdia programs. Early in the TV game hnill mem :apparently rmcfwd. sevnr.-l. me-ntlml concilesiolxs that surf: la their Snlulllva shownxzmslllp Mom khan most, they rnvognlzvvi the danger at me ml:-nh TV. They have carefully llmllfsd ERFERT rrnzly lht rv day One," frttdnm ln wrap' er Durang n leaf! week, Mr. to rlenunk me nnlzffn vzslon producurs are bam-atm MICR mp: .nit ll annul: Nr, Hnpe ,Lhe number of their con-lmonth U15 Mr. .gag lt xvsze-'arlfi rzailcm his. own 'now rmqoguauz milf: RUDUCETYS In In W J I' SEAN LEX' Lvle- r DECLINE. ecommg Unrzasy as week for . we ' of the burden. Fanlx-:ui sllrh scrslble URM GI 60 Mr. Gleason are :asm ! an :he n 'lrewc rl wmily llmllcd, WHOIS Shox". Lhr-lr th v have and sg pen seen been rrwdznn ll 'perlmp J-1 NE WY.'1 Appearing ns tm. mnthpr ln the f'Frltl1er Knows Iizrlsfff' show over N.ll.C'.-TY on Wednesday evenings nt 9. pronllsing nf the nnw comcdisn-up Emxe Kavacs, ls bvlng exlrems- lj: careilll in h-sw he- plots Pils lnmlv, 5-la wmllli ww :ff vnw-y mm 'mlm pl-mmfang and wx-maxi appexrxnfsrm A: mm juncxum- cerzainiy that :writ ll shams R -'-mzedeaeas v I:-lnm 0: lrrltxuningi Yhrrr: ls simply not. 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Louis Armstrong plays our cues, And The The The The And we march down the field to rhythm and the blues. ball goes to the left, ball goes to the right, ball goes to the center the team yells FIGHT! NINTH GRADE SONG f1'm Getting Married in the M ornivzgj We're gonna win the game this morning Yea teaml The crowd is gonna cheer. VVe'll get the honor, Their team's a gonner Wheii our supersonic teams appear. We've got the power, We've got the zip, VVe're gonna blast off, Come on let her rip. We've got a team of jet propulsion. Just watch our flares and rockets fly. VVitl1 spirit as our fuel, We'll fight a mighty duel And beat the opposition do or die. EIGHTH GRADE TENTH GRADE PRESENTATION JUNIOR CLASS - ORIGINALITY SENIOR CLASS MOTHER-DAUGHTER BANQUET Seniors Arc Winners . other A. A. Activities Informal Dances l Informal The Athletic Associations sponsor various sport activities. Both the boys and the girls participate in intramuralsg the boys' basketball teams are made up of all boys from all grades, while each girls' grade competes for the volleyball championship. This year, Earl Zipin's team placed first for the boys, and the eighth grade girls, team fpictured rightj defeated the seniors to gain the title. The best six players on the boys, and girls' varsity basketball teams participate in the annual basketball Jamboree. Dohn Rosenthal, Barbara Thomson, Jerry Steingard, and Peggy Spencer fnot pictured belowj showed outstanding ability at this year's Jamboree at George School. Dances Eighth Grade George School Jamboree Sixtyfour 'EWLY ORCANIZED HOIR WINDS UP MUSIC SEAS N AT SELECT SENiOR HIGH CHOIR FIRST ROW Jam Grvliiih ldlreclorl Penny Agner, Toby Mirsky, Arlene Parris, Lorena Douglas, Davida Farrell, Peggy Moore. 'Jud Lorr Nan M er, Irma Freeman Y- CY Y lsecleiaryl, Linda Dzuba, Hope Go'Hlieb, S , Norma Krechmer, Shelly Danien, Judy l i r, r Waxman, Judy Epsfein, Sue Kahn laccom- anisll. SECOND ROW: Janel Mendell, Barbara Feen, Belsy Uhl, Sue Kauffman, Joan Carson, Jane Likolli, April Smilh, Car- Iee Weslon, Riki Takiff, Llewellyn Kramme. Harriet Black, Judy Tonkin, Margie Slein. THIRD ROW: Bob Peuser, Joe Tarifero, Calvin Morris lpresidenll, Calvin Wesl, Mary Garden, Peggy'Spencer lvice-presi- denll, Marilou Parry. Jan Paige, Barbara Thomson, Judy Slephens, Alan Ford, Jim Vilagliano, Manny Boxer, Phil Spedor. FOURTH ROW: Marc Silverslein, Vaughn Slater lfreasurerl. Paul Keyser, Gary Blau- vell, Sieve Rabinowilz, Max Massey, Fred Mayer, John Bugary, Charley Gross, Mike Marinoff, Joe Sickenberger, Sieve Weiner, Mickey Dickman JUNIOR FIRST ROW Karen Grossman Hillary Weiner Jackie Laskm Barbara Walls Pasquale Sacca Pefer Haag Sammy Shura kawa presidenf Ben Sellzer Candance Bedford, Sandy Perloff Hannah Cohen Lyn Walfon. SECOND ROW: Vicki Doug- las, Priscilla Wilson, Beisy Cossa, Cynihia Gaskill, Ricky Marker, George Buckner, Ronnie Eisenberg, David Monlgomery. Suzanne'S+raub, Anne Nichols, Ellen Marsh, Barbara Spaelh lvice-presidenll, Jim Gril- filh ldirecforl. THIRD ROW: Carol Toner, Joyce Froio, Jane Jones. Mary Lafferly, Clark Taylor, Riley Ballard, Toby Coles, Bill Toner, Ann Hild lsecrelaryl, Sue Weilz- man lfreasurerl, Vicki Oser, Lynne Paul. ABSENT: Marie Wesfervell laccornpanisll. CHOIR Iggy, F? 65591 05,3 .,. 2 - 'I , . ,Wag ' ' I ' li 1' .-if -5 3 Y, r E 5 gg' ly "'A ""'3,r' I Eh ' -N, Illia: 1 l DR MA SENIORS PRESENT EXCERPTS FROM MACBETH Other features were B:u'1'y's The Youngest, given hy the senior class, and The Reading of the Will, delightfully handled by the Junior dramatic group. "Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and to- "It is a knell m0K'I'0W - - -" Whicll summons thee to heaven or to hell." "This place is too cold for hell!" "Double, double toil and troubleg Fire burn and cauldron bubble." "The heart is sorely charged." "If it ,twere done when 'tis done . . "I go, and it is done." "I'll devil-porter it no further!" Sixtyfsix O C I A L THE SENIOR PROM The Chaperones The Mexican Hat Dance Master Bill crowns Prom Queen Barbara Thomson, who is escorted by Gvorge Conrad. Manmbol M3mb0? Jul. N. INT EXCHANGE! dmlnvwrl, ivd mlunw, 2,35'100f'i mug in anna- I EXCHANGE Over-t'he'-bounter becurltles MONDAY. fm. H. 1957-Sauna.: ol were mxo3Iic:.zl quommns ue me N. A. S. 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K Ou: Cammqcipi Depmmem mm both Inga ' mall .iyrmjn a wide gangs oi iniqgtricshh QQ ' -frimxdly Wdewc'-afvsiu your inquiry? nzgafwilrrgr ,K unxecuxmi loam aawweli as secured loam ngiind comxxmditiea and ufhrketable secunlias. For rfebljll, without obligleion, just write, visit or LCLBPBUHG- GRAC E NATIONAL B4QQNK A GF NEW YUHIK Digby 4-L200 7 Hn-:over Squue, New York I5 v , zfl'orruyana'ma Bank.: in Principal Chai.: ol ilu Fon!!! an un I, IIDIIAE YQNSUIANCI COIFOIAYIUN Mutual Fund Plans For Every day more and more prudent mvcstors are talking about our 53000 W-ar more Mutual Fund Income Plum winch feature . QQ 335 :.'z.':,.... To tweivf at G50 mv:--muzuai fund Currmf Income Pan! since pnm H957 passengdr CSA ..... WU... .s.,....,.,.... ......., n Elec Cl!! '- A A hwrww S DE T COUNCIL THE SENIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL Seated: Joan Weisbergg Anne Fryg George Milner, presidentg Sue Kahn, secretary, Helen MacDonald, advisor. Standing: Steve Weinerg Gary Blauveltg Max Masseyg Laurence Blauvelt, advisorg Alex MacColl, advisorg Alan Cohng Andy Amsterdamg Paul Keyser. Absent: Peggy Spencer. In past years at Friends' Select, the Student Council was an almost unknown and totally powerless organization, remembered only once a year-election time. Its oflicers and representatives were chosen by the students in one assembly period, and the council lapsed into another year of stagnation. However, last year was the discussion period for any plans which, it was hoped, would make the organization a real part of the school and a benefit to the students. It was generally felt that any program tried would have to be of a preparatory nature, preparatory in the sense that it would better equip the students for the years following graduation. It was with this thought that we inaugurated what we hoped would result in a system of honor and responsibility for the student body. VVith the ideal in mind that an individual will become more responsible during his maturing years when his conduct is not regimented by someone twice his age, we Seventy instituted the student proctored study hall. We felt that with someone his own age rather than a teacher in charge, every student would be more apt to realize his duty to himself and his studies, and be more inclined to fulfill these duties. Of course, there was a small group of people who, by their actions, made it necessary for us to institute a discipline committee along with the student proctors. However, from a broad viewpoint, this phase has worked well and promises even more advancement in the future. An honor system will be much more difficult to establish for various obvious reasonsg however, it is possible. With sufficient preparation, thought, effort, and devotion, it can be achieved and may well prove to be of great value in gradu- ating better citizens from Friends' Select. The staff of student representatives has worked diligently to give advantages to the student body through the Council, and Select wishes to thank this organization for its significant accomplishments. THE JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL First row: Ronnie Eisenbergg jackie Laskin. Second row: Elaine Goodmang Peter DeGroot, advisorg Harriet Black, secretaryg Bill Friedenberg, presiclentg Margaret Conover, advisorg Debby Charleston. Third row: Barbara Spaethg Laurence Blauvelt, advisorg Carol Tonerg Marc Silverstein. Seventyone VARSITY LUB Standing: Harvey Myerson, president, Jim Stokes, secretary, Ken Michael, advisorg Manny Boxer, vice presidentg Alan Cohn, treasurerg Paul Keyserg Bill Gross. First row: Steve Weinerg Andy Amsterclamg Fred Mayer. Second row: George Milner, Norman Silvermang Phil Spector, Third row: Steve Chucloffg Jeff David, Max Massey. Fourth row: Gary Blauveltg Dohn Rosenthalg Paul Pearlmutter. The Varsity Club controls boys' athletics. Wox'ki11g in conjunction with Master Ken Michael, it has striven to increase the value of the school's athletic program. The club was formed last year and this has been its first full season of operation. It replaces the old Boys' Athletic Association, which consisted of all boys in the Upper School. Most of these had no interest in its operation, and the large numbers made it impossibly unwieldy. The members of the new organization earn two varsity letters, thereby limiting the numbers to those most interested in athletics. The club has met frequently throughout the year. lVluch of the Work has been concerned with internal organization, defining rules, membership requirements, dues, and the club's duties. It has also worked with the coaches to distribute athletic awards, and has carried on the traditional Father-Son Banquet. The officers and members of the Varsity Club feel that great strides have been made this year, and believe that, in time, the club can become a vital organization in Friends' Select. Seve'nty'tw0 GIRL 9 Slanding: Anne Fry, publicity mgr.3 Barbara Thomson, treasurer, Sue Kahn, vice president, Marlene Flanagan, president, Peggy Spencer, secretary. First row: Judy Robing Hannah Cohen. Second row: Carol Krechmerg Barbara Fanticollag Judy Epstein. Absent: Peggy Smith, advisor. As a strong and enthusiastic organization, the Girls' Athletic Association brings a sense of unification and a feeling of school spirit to the girls in the upper six classes of Friends' Select School. Among the many activities which it sponsors is Song and Cheer Day. Each class works avidly in hopes of winning points for their skit, song and cheer. Again in January competition is keen, for the Motlier and Daughter Banquet always means making original table decorations, pleasing more judges, trying to gain more points, and, last but not least, entertaining "mom.l' In Nlarch, Intramural Basketball or Volleyball provides much fun and excitement for all the girls, and then in May, the Father-Daughter picnic enables us to show "dad" some athletic fun. Although a prize is given to the class whose girls win the most points through these activities, there is more to the G.A.A. than its point SySt61H. The real aim of this organization is to bring each class together and to give each girl a sense of responsibility, every girl in the upper school is a member whether she is active in sports or not. The Athletic Association offers its members opportunities for social as well as physical development through its social activities and sports events, Friends' Select tips its hat to an organization which has provided strength and unity, and which has prepared our girls for the future. Seventyftlrree . fe in X . M . . ' f l HAVE A MEERY A . si Mil H e X ,M I . l STATION WCAU AND is CHRISTMAS? if ,E M AND A Nl-IAPPY r ,. W A A K , N if W W 15' vu- 'jp M Mr M 3: W? in jii W "'. :ig 'J Y' sEiSl:l0ii: PRSM A 5 N111 Ei DEC,EMQER- fi '2:?o- his T if M f 2' s: M THE WEATHER S.S. has arranged with VVCAU to parents ofwone -winter worry. weather is bad and school is in WCAU at 7:00 A.M. has arranged closing' of conditions. ,ear l Wf ,Me ml ,X .Wy W an M M K. K. No. 2 YV1 features ln A belies e chon and will iecite the leg SERVICE l? 12th to Weis- m inc accommodations were tended N attend? the associ- ation, send it note to Select Seven- Wteenlhganll the Pnrltvfziy, Phila., Pa. The niime of their T72.lDOIi llieit' renresentzal tive. and the date they wish to attend are reqtnrefl. A Master Alex announced lost Friday that the Iiiitli klllilaiili ti-tp to the U. N. being cold and erowdedg oinething to be desired. talk and the very and and T e bv the next year, After the conference, I learned some- thing that I had not been interested enough to learn before. The FSS high A t , +V . ',m. e, . ,D ' " , At t e same time, it has always Under the dlrectzon Of 1f5,Y3h1'CE maintained its basic objective in o cofeditors and with the aid of a new each gditjon of informing the Stn' advisor, the Falcon staff has conf dent bqjdy of School. happenings tiI1L1ECl with -r1Ol1HlJl6 SUCCESS the through news, features, and sports. regeneration of the school news' On occasion, it has tried to print paper which it began in 1955- To the opinion of the student body on this EDCI, the Staff 11215 worked with major matters, to point out school tireless efforts resultmgm a marked W problems and give suggestions tof M im rovement over the 215 - H V ward possible solutions and im' ience, ffwhetlier lztlkinir about ,Belgian PYOVEIIIEIIYS. A - W school eliilriiciig Elvis Presley, the popu- org' my wi zi 1 nr a program a t e lzirity of Jazz in his native Country, or Radio MCiLy .iilusic Hall. the feelings of liluroneangfcountries.ferW . ,K Going by kms. they will leovewat 7 A.M,, the ll4S.A. -M he had a fascinated audi? iveturningf at about I2 midnight. Arrange- oiice. M ments will be made so that everyone will It was evident to nllmthztt he loved 'Belgiurn and Xllis desireeto return there vials obvious. His Mudistant look" and diziiiiiieticz verbosity revealed this1fu.et. A Mr. Goclfribnd, is very sincere person nncl an excellent speaker, will always he v-feleoine to return and speak ngnini at F1 S. Spf if -A W have adequate transportation home. :iii 'A ' X ' CAROL SINGING V The traditional enrol singing program lifter schools on December 21 will have several innovations. ln addition to sing- ing: by the entire Upper School, the new Friends' Select choirs of the Senior school was once affiliated with a school in Arnhinn, Holland, and the class of 1954 received an exchange student from there. But we are not affiliated with the-in now, The Lower School is doing better. lt is connected with a school in Mlireuth, Germany. The possibility of getting one in South America is being A iC'o11iti'nuecl on page 21 Mm K, M ' A M W, xx ' W N x ERVICE C ITTEE Sealed: Barbara Keyserg Mickey Dickmang Llewellyn Kramme, treasurerg Gary Blauvelt, vice president, Peggy Spencer, presidentg Janet Mendell, secretary. Standing: John Keyserg Susan Gabroyg Margie Stein, Ann Hendricks, advisorg E. Hollingworth, aclvisorg Helen Satterthwaite, advisorg Lois Dennisg Mary Laffertyg Ann Hildg Sally Miller. The Service Committee, an organization associated with the American Friends' Service Committee, has charge of the spiritual. side of F.S.S. activities. During the year the Service Committee sponsors many charitable and social events. In the fall there is the annual United Fund drive in which Service Committee members collect money from the classes and turn it over to that charity. At Christmas time the Mitteii Tree is trimmed with warm gloves and other woolens which are shipped overseas. ln the spring the Square Dance is held to which students from seventh through twelfth grades may come. Members of the Service Committee have also helped to pack clothing at the AFSC VVarehouse. A recent outgrowth of the Service Committee has been the School Affiliation Committee, under whose auspices members have corresponded with students in Arn- hem, Holland. A new aiiiliated school is now being chosen. We are grateful to the Service Committee and to its sponsors, Teacher Anne, Teacher Helen, and Mastei' Ed, for showing us a practical application of the Quaker way of living. Seventy-six RE ORD BOOK Sealed: Barbara Thomson, literary editorg Charles Gross, art editorg Sue Kahn, editor-in-chief, Dohn Rosenthal, assistant editor, Anne Fry, photograhy editor. Standing: Marlene Flanagang Mickey Dickmang Silvia DiRoccog George Milner, business mgr.g Barbara Brewster, advisorg Alex MacColl, advisorg Alan Cohn, business mgr.g Barbara Keyser, Janet Mendellg Jim Stokes. Absent: Judy Stephens, Paul Keyser. "The senior write-ups have disappeared!" "I can't find the only copy of the dummy!" "We don't have enough ads to cover our costlu "This article isn,t due today-is itin These were familiar cries coming from the members of the Record Book Stalsf this year as they Worked feverishly to put a lot of Words and pictures and ideas together to make the 1957 Record Book. VVork began last year with the choosing of the staff. Early this fall, the pre- liminaries were taken care of - the theme was chosen, the publisher and photographer were picked out, the dedication and tributes were decided on, and the committees appointed. Next came the picture-taking, much to the disturbance of the teachers, whose classes were constantly being interrupted. Then came the long weeks of struggling to get advertisements and to formulate the dummy. Even during the Christmas vacation, the staff met to finish the senior write-ups. "At time We some- times wondered if We would ever see the book in print, let alone get it done in time for graduation," said one staff member. But the pictures were taken, thanks to Anne Fry and her photography staijfg the articles were somehow written by Barbara Thomson's literary committee, proof- read by Teacher Barbara, and typed up by valiant volunteers Whom Editor-in-Chief, Sue Kahn, appointed. At last Alan and George succeeded in convincing Master Alex that the book would be paid for, and Charlie finally got his artwork done! And so the 1957 Record suddenly became a reality. "VVe hope that you will enjoy our presentation of life at Select," says the staff. And slave-driver Sue would like to "sincerely thank every member of the staff and all the faculty who have Worked so hard and patiently to make this Record Book possiblef, Here it isl Seve-nty'seve11 4. F3wfEFf14fV K - ual.-A' L, 1 D. ,lA,,,'A V. 33 -., Q- Ayq- .n-JI 'fri-Av . - - 'mini-A-I A A---A., " Ain--I ', .. ' Vx ffl - TV . ' . AVA ,A A ., .,.., -. cm - K V ,, .MQ Wm V I.. ,,, . A " -uma?au ' W' -W-A ' 1 1' mn AWA' 1 0 1n'u':"'j Hilti AA V ,,, , A muhgpfull ,,.,"' wah, -A A ,T uf r-v'w-VAV-- ma, mx lm n W E XA .4 ' U Q mwwm .. an adm., .. A, In ' ' VA, QQ' of wmQ,wwpmQ ,Q ,m"vv"f,.,A4-..iijg A 'hw I ni.. a. f-.- 'Y' qptinr ing 34'l,,,," V. 3 B . 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Eightyfone 600119 glYl2I'lf!t of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Nl. Wolfe Kongrafufafiorm . . . 66144 of 37 DANTE'S and LUIGIUS ITALIAN RESTAURANT 762 S. 10th Street Philadelphia, Pa. Catering to the critical for more than fifty years ALBERT A. KRECHMER Krechmer Motor Parts, Inc. Tire Center 5725 Walnut Street 510 West Chester Pike Havertown, Penna. Al. Krechmer Service Woodland Auto Parts 51 and Sansom Sts. 48 and Woodland Avenue Eiglltyftwo GUUD LUCK. from . the Class of 1958 Comphmenfd fo Me CAM 0f1957L0m M I S T E R X XA" C0l'l'll06lfl'l2I'Lf1f 0 A F R I E N D Contlagmenfd of 60mPAmenf5 of Mr. and Mrs. Victor I-Iendl D cl Mrs. George Chernoff E 5,7 four Y 5 FLEXROCK COMPANY Filbert and Cuthbert Sts., West of 36th Philadelphia 1, Pennsylvania xg .E'gh 'ji Congrafufafiond ana! Mat ?!IA6Ae5 to the Class of 1957 from two friends of JANET BARBARA MENDELL Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. Louis I. Kahn Congratulations and Good Luck to the Class of 1957 Dr. and Mrs. T. H. 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