Mount Pleasant High School - Green Leaf Yearbook (Wilmington, DE)
- Class of 1953
Page 1 of 120
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We, the Seniors, will always remember
and appreciate the cooperation given to us
by our parents, and the hard work done for us
by our teachers. They have combined many times
in contributing to the betterment of our class pro-
jects and to the improvement of the school and its
facilities. It is, then, with a sense of deep gratitude that
we dedicate this yearbook to the Mount Pleasant Parent
Teachers Association, the organization that contains our
parents and teachers working cooperatively for our good.
Szecutwe dance! f tie P 714
In the years to come we will recall our high school
years through this book. Our theme, the play, was
chosen because we feel that the world is a stage and
all of us are actors in the play of life. If, while
leafing through this book, you find the various acts
and scenes focusing more clearly in your mind, then
our effort has been well worth the while.
All the world'.v 4 stage,
And all flee men and women merely playerx:
They have their exit: and their enlmm'eJ,'
And one man in bi: lime play: many parm.
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Q To the Class of 1953:
Ng, "Hard work and not cleverness is the secret of
'Q'-"' success." The history of mankind has proven and
no doubt your own personal experience has shown
you the truth of these words. They are comforting
words because most of us are not clever. Most of
us are just ordinary people, with little to offer
except courage and the will to work.
It is reassuring to know that the secret of success is not a monopoly of the few.
It is thrilling to know that you have at your command as much of the main ingredient
as the next fellow The amount of hard work that you use in building your formula
of success depends only on you
Good luck and best wishes
JOHN F HEINFY
To the Class of 1953
It is my hope that your school days at Mount Pleasant have been pleasant an
profitable ones I extend to you hearty congratulations for your achievements to ate
and wish for you ewery happiness in the future
If you have established a goal for yourself and that goal is a worthy one you have
my best wishes for success lt might be wise to recheck to make certain that you
have followed the philosophy of one who has gone before us that you have hitched
your wagon to a star If this be so you have aimed high enough so that you will still
be getting a good score even if you fall a little short of your mark
In a world deep in economic and political chaos
there is a great need for wise leadership In just a
very few years we will be looking to you for that
leadership With divine guidance we know that you
that you will not fail
Sincerely we JN" flu
E R SCHWINGER
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Chairmen: Rosemarie Harfmanl
Nancy McKendrlck, Janice Kuschine
Marlha Mendenhall, Nancy Samplei
Barbara Roberls, Carolyn Phillip
Carol Myers, Elaine Criflendon.
HISTORIANS-Carol S+one, Sandra
GIRLS' SPORTS - Anne Beniamin,
Chairman: Lucy Oliva, Ann Minnis.
BOYS' SPORTS - Rennie Saud'I',
Chairman: Bob Hickman, Bob
PHOTOGRAPHY - John Se'l"ile,
ART-Lois Pelerson, Chairman: Cyn-
'Ihia Travis, Lee Dalaski, Mary
Copeland, Sandy Holsinger.
BUSINESS STAFF-Charles Sands,
Janef Marlin, Kennelh Defrick,
Shirley Conaway, Jack Marlin, John
DeVore, Vivian Beiriger, Sally Busk-
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Dukes, Shirley Whaley, Carol Vin-
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West Chester State Teachers College, B.S. in Ed.
DAVID J. ANDERSON
Swarthmore College, AB.
lfniversity of Pennsylvania, M.S.
Core. Seventh Grade Chairman.
Sponsor Pet Club, Seventh Grade Intramurals, Dog
Beaver College, B.A.
Sponsor Knitting Club, Freshman Class.
Drexel Institute, B.S.
Sponsor Cooking Club, Freshman Class.
WILLIAM H. BOUCHER
West Chester State Teachers College, B.S.g
University of Pennsylvania, M.S.
Solid Geometry, Trigonometry, Algebra.
Sponsor Bowling Club, Sophomore Class, J. V.
Basketball Coach. Civilian Defense.
BARBARA ANN BOYER
University of Delaware, B.A.
Press Club Sponsor, Sophomore Class, Junior Play.
STARR L. COLE
Ithaca College, B.S.
Instrumental and Choral Music.
Band. Junior Class, Choir.
JOHN W. CROWTHER
Millersville State Teachers College, B.A.g New
York University, M.A.
Graphic Arts. Metal Work.
Assistant Basketball Coach, Horseshoes Club Spon-
sor. Leather Crafts.
STILLMAN A. DARREL, JR.
University of Pennsylvania, B.S., A.M.
Physical Education, jr. High School and Intermediate
Intramural Athletics in jr. and Sr. High.
Bucknell, B.S., M.S.
Core, English, Social Studies. 'M
Sponsor Audio-Visual Club, Baseball Coach.
VIRGINIA M. FERRY A , Z,
College Misericordia, B.S. ' .J f
Sponsor Little Theater. . if '
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JAMES A. GENNARIA
Bloomsburg State Teach ollege
York University, M.A. ' ' - J,
Director of Guidance il- N
Ping Pong Club Sponsor, Student Council,
FORREST L. GUTH
Millersville State Teachers College, B.S., New
York University, M.A.
Sponsor Model Clubs, Assistant Baseball
GEORGE T. HANNING
Dickinson College, West Chester State
Temple University, Ed. M.
Sponsor Hi-Y, Sophomore Class.
IRENE B. HARTSOG
Flora Macdonald College, B.S.
JOAN WALLIS I-IAUPTLE
University of Delaware, A.B.
Sponsor Swimming Club, Sophomore Class.
PERRY F. HOBERG
Academy of Fine Arts, Temple University, B.F.A.,
Sponsor Art Club.
SUSAN B. HUNSBERGER
Gettysburg College B A
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LESLIE B. KING I
Moravian College A 13
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Problems of Democracy, Civicsig
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Yale University B A
Astronomy Club Sponsor
SYLVIA J LEONE
Grove City College BS in C University of
Pittsburgh M in Litt
Coordinator of Distrrbutrve Education Related Sub
Mrserrcordra College B M
Sponsor Jr High Chorus
HOWARD S PARSONS
Pennsylvania State College BS M Ed
Director of Health Physical Education and Ath
Sponsor Dance Club Safety Patrol Fire Drill Squad
Athletic Association Civil Defense Coordinator
ETHEL H MORGAN
West Chester State Teachers College B S
Health Physical Education
Sponsor Jr High Dance Club Freshman Class
Hockey Coach Softball Coach.
JOHN A. MORGAN
Temple University B.S. M.S.
Sponsor Science and Aviation Club Assistant -
tramurals Track Coach.
WAYNE J. POLLARI
University of Delaware, B.A., M.A,
U. S. History, World History.
Sponsor Bowling Club, Junior Class, J. V. Football
JOHN T. RAMSEY
St. Joseph's College, B.S.g University of Pennsyl-
Social Studies, English, Civics.
Sponsor Hi-Y, Basketball Coach.
ETHEI. M. ROE
University of Delaware, B.S., M.S.
Algebra, Plane Geometry.
Sponsor Student Council, Junior Class, School
RICHARD V. ROSE
Wofford College, B.S.g Columbia University, M.A.
Mathematics, Mechanical Drawing.
Sponsor Hobby Club.
JOHN A. STANAVAGE
West Chester State Teachers College, B.S., Temple
Social Studies, English.
Sponsor Press Club, jr. High Newspaper.
ZIEBER R. STETLER
Albright College, A.B.g Boston University, M.S.
String Instruments, Eighth Grade Music, Orchestra.
La Salle College, A.B.
Bookkeeping, Stenography, Typewriting.
Sponsor Golf Club, Sr. High Club Promoter, Chair-
man Sophomore Class.
HANNAH T. WESESKY
State Teachers College, Indiana, Pennsylvania and
Lock Haven, Pennsylvania, B.S.g Pennsylvania State
College, M. Ed.
Sponsor Journalism, School Service Clubs, Green
DAISY P. WALLACE
University of Delaware, B.S., M.S. Ed.
Sponsor Book Lovers, Freshman Class.
Delaware Hospital, R.N.g University
vania, Certificate in Public Health.
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ig yr' ' ' J V if Thepeylitxle ingr are great.
5 1 llfrfen -Chuck with his spameifjha serious manner proved his skills
,A i in' nyif' erutf ays piling the past four years. Intramural
ZWTW' lt J tsrplgglfifv ylzyfxplxt, baseball. dance committees, Student
in .L o lil e and'numerous assemblies show his versatile
'm 'ai SJc:i,lUare his favorite pastime. not to mention Hallo-
we'e parties! Hard working and ambitious. Chuck has been
inval able to the class, especially on the committees for the junior
play. Chuck would like very much to become a pharmacist after
the Navy has finished with him.
VIVIAN PEARL BEIRIGER
Brifk at iz bee in r0m'er:r1!i021.
This little gal spent most of her early high school days playing
basketball and softball, but then she turned to the Senior Choir,
which now occupies a great deal of her time and interest.
Although she plans to become an elementary teacher and t
train at Ohio University, she still maintains that homework a Q
tests are her pet peeves. Could it be that thqse te s and t a ,
homework prompt her frequent comment, " h wel, we a '
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at musical ent r 'r ' hos voi e n s chills p and
down one! spi , M ry 6' l. .' take, n active part in
the choir for Uwe s,' and . e eps her voice well trained by
taking singing es s w y. wever, Mary's future plans
include teaching, ot m J. g she plans to obtain her training
at the University of - awa Make-up tests are "Skeezer's" pet
peevesg consequently, she isfnot often peeved and is usually found
singing, listening to music, reading, or just plain talking.
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busy in these last few years. Shes been a member of our Athletic
Association for four years, was secretary of same in her junior
year, and chairman of the football committees as a senior. Also
in her junior year, she was a color guard in the band and co-
ordinator of May Day. The senior play, duties as a color guard,
and membership in the Senior Choir have kept her on the run
this year. College is anticipated, and Anne hopes to emerge from
some institution of higher learning as a dental hygienist.
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rsity s ts andyjin be seen nm" ng asvaf color glziard yyjlh yn
, our , "More fun the 'ig-,ellzfle-mit1,ydefil" is blfpetl Qying' '
a people with n 'ill-power or selfidontrol -Seem fmlyltlmp he!
I ist of peeve9JRobe taxi! plaknigg to att dgcollegf 'andjnfnlor ' L,
sical gducatioqfbier ambitloh? Wiellghler tls in her oyn ,V
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in perszypliti Std Jr class, andy: vffglbrobably continue
to if I reailizas his,-yambiti becoming a
mi ster. Lisp! digit ,-yxkfo ifitereets in many other
activities. ebpewlly p lilies, Rodfis shire fo szccpedf as long as
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'b,i.Arriving1 in t, Pleasantlyin her iuniok -year, Sally has taken an
W in HCQNY iflffffl irljour C1555 QCfivitie.l.'Alth0ugh the majority of
ber sparettiigng is occupied with her interests in sports, reading,
,--'and trips ovwlnstale' ijySmyrna, she always seems to be able to
dgtime 'help any ne out with her sincere interest in eo le
5 ,s certain be ll a success in her Job' aila nurse, for which she
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He who maker mum' alto make: bappinerr.
Whenever music has echoed through the halls of Mount Pleasant
it is fairly certain that Art and his trumpet were there, as Art
has played in every band concert since 1947 and for all but two
football games. We wonder if Art's dislike of Wilmington
drivers led to his plans for the future. These plans include travel
abroad while continuing his business education. ln the small
amount of spare time available to Art, he can be found either
rabbit hunting or sleeping.
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Cute Pat, with yvof writ an 'ge , has enija schcgbl at Mt.
P. H. S. for all f her' e ve h ' 'ear . Hertpleaidntness and
pquon lity llgve won, Her ny f 'tn . Interest inn mu 'c, home
econo icq d sp s Ile Pap an gill-aroynd'niembe of our
class I er parehi ? be fuybd btigi a baskq all up
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againsg a baciqbwrd, itjyydoigrs gli sfcfall Tao. If she
isn't listeni U0 ' art usi' ,A e tan be seen da ing to it,
probably wiki., th a This a secrefi but f5at's ambition is
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T SHIRLEY ANN CONAVUAY
The bert thing: rome in Jmall packager.
Here comes a short little bundle of pep, sparkle, and energy fly-
ing clown the hall to play practice. This would-be actress jumped
up to Mt. Pleasant from Seaford just in time to spend her senior
year with the class of '53. Shirley entered right into Mt. Pleasant
life by going out for the hockey team and then the senior play,
and opening up
parties. Her two
in line with her
goes fshe hopes
will be sure to leave everyone breathless.
her beautiful basement playroom for many
main loves, acting and cheerleading. fall right
most frequent activity, talking. Wherever she
to attend the University of Delawarej Shirley
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Smile with an inlay! toe lo nzirclzief,
Ifiyou see, a'tall, good-looking, energetic girl' talking excitedly to
a'group 05 people-,lfpu see Eiaine. What's she talking about?
More than likelyws es doing her cheerleaders best to pep the
kids up abo t lhe nextlgame, or trying .to drearil up another way
to put Mt. gleasann on top. She might mention a recent party and
explode-upon her pet peeve, sloppy dressers. If you should hap-
peqvto edge rn a question about her future plans, Elaine would
till." you thlt she is going to the University of Delaware to study
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"Big LeF"came to us-fin the tenth gfade and has added ai great
deal' to our schgalfsince the . Hrs sportslability has bedfilknown
throughout titty-ifllekcoun as well 'in ouVrlfd'idr1l. Lee likes
football and f Qtbafll equallywell, nd he has also taken a try
at track. Arrive in the Athlet'c Assogiation for several years, he
held 'thee position of treasur injils senior year. Lee plans to
begomve a commercial arvst in th future: and atcording to his
nigny posters, which,fhave tlecorated the school, he seems well
suited for thePp0fGtionf Lee, whose favorite saying is "Some
peoples children" claims his pet peeve is people who can't make
up their minds. ,
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Never, never arguex-with. K qny about merii Psigand suc
a car as against thQ:s?'bf exneral Mo au en wil
stick up for G,hi.,w e Ci the ' ev ' X ese
loud assertions could win a ' in ?f'Utur , and 'f Ken
lra?fl'hs-wayfl-refll bec resident N Genenalwlvfotoggxmmewlqg
This,,QF'wcour e, will c rm - emgletsisql ' rpat
Dar1gq,QuThxand1"l'IarVarcl infpreparahon for sa busi-
ness i' i a emenFfSalestalk he canine. as gp " 'ed by nning
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and basketball teams ulclnll""o tlyu., ast three
years, he has madey ' l path 'X ers as their
manager, Thislyear heist t Q iogayfvpii tki ootball squad.
His mottlf landlmk ur of ,5g,r1i6rfj' "quote, If it were
done wheqbtls doheg Aeh pig? Qellsit. I Afydone quickly, Mac-
beth, unquotexfknritl'y.gll'Yurefibllege on the agendag and if
john lives hislto ge as he se to live his English lit-
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tennis, and! 'bowling are 'on 'hiss "favorites "i1istI"gllhg'ughl'fou' Q if .
might gather from the introduction that "Lefty" would like to be "a'Q'4'6V""
participate in professional sports, you'll find that he'cl like to if' '7
establish his own business fmaybe he'll open a sporting goods "-?""'f'j
storej after he serves his term in either the Air Force or the
Navy. Soft-spoken Adrian will get along all right as long as he
doesn't come into contact with too many swelled-headed or cocky
To know bim well is to like him belief.
Drape, with his weakness for platinum blondes, proved his
skill in shop work and all kinds of automobile mechanics these
last four years. Enjoying two years of varsity baseball and four
years of all intramural sports, "Drape" was an asset to his team.
"Drape" considers his greatest peeve reading aloud in any class,
but enjoys working on cars. Future plans include the Navy and
Serious minded Barb spends a great deal' of her
also finds time to listen to good records, keep
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Pre ty d vers i ie" has ee a member of this Duncan
R institution, 'nce grack one r cheerful "Howe-ver!" will
lzfng echo thr ' the halls of r beloved school. "Dukie's" pet
eeve is cen red around Shirley Whaley's birthday cake and she
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enjoys listening to the radio or,"anything else that makes music!
This blue-eyed blonde's secret ambition is to join the Waves and
see the world. Good luck, "Dukie"!!
BARBARA 'ELAINE Fooc
Sinrerity i.r an admirable virtue.
up wlh the "A's" baseball team.
in choral work, one of her outstanding
the art line. Her hard studying and art ability
help to her when she enters college. Where
sureg her major might be architecture. Barbara, the
people, holds insincere persons as her pet peeve.
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' No gathering of the class of '53 would be complete without this
bundle of energy. When she is not attempting to blow up the
Chem Lab. judy spends her time listening to popular music and
going to dances. Since her pet peeve is quietness. wherever judy fy
is there is never a dull moment. After graduation from Mt. Pleas- X
ant. Judy would like to enter Nurses Training. r,
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Q ' Hi! the mail an the bead.
If anything needs repairing on your car, just contact Glenn Frick,
is the auto mechanic of the senior class. and it will be fixed quickly,
f willingly. and with a smile. Cars and football are Glenn's main
interestsg his only peeve is bleached blondes. His playing at the
position ot' guard on that great football line of '52 will never be
4 forgotten. After graduation, Glenn plans to jump the gun on
Uncle Sam and join the Air Force, Perhaps some day he'll switch
his talents from flyboy to airplane mechanic.
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1 - -Anytlrilg fbi! Ina, JD: door welf, and the doe: mort ererylhing. j
Lu Girl athlete. editor of the yearbook and "Green Flash," coordi- -' . A push- 1
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doing something. yet she never misses "I Love Lucy." Our "Miss
'kEfficient" also has the lucky distinction of being one of the few --
girls who can wear a short straight haircut and get away with it
4, fand she wants to let it grow?j. "Fritze's" abundance of pep
and energy will probably take her through William and Mary
'Xwith flying colors, that is. if she doesnt get into too many argu- -i '
ments with "those disgusting people who chew gum with their
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His goo -n ur gg- . ity and - in -- o kg on a burden
n a r gr won h'm t - ri - ' of any. "Oogie"
ha enty i ti 4 rt ' ae i all intra l spor
give a helpi 5 ha '- '. stage c w r our ' a . He
was ne t' rr main creators of he ' o sic scenery.
Fran nform polii l dis ' h in Oogie's" list
of pastimes, and hi lans are to become a print shop
worker or pressma
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j If il were done when 'lir done,
A then 'twere well il were done quickly.
diir historian for the yearbook, Sandy again shows her journal-
istic talents, expressed also by her membership in press clubs for
three years. A newcomer to Mt. Pleasant in her junior year.
Sandy spent most of her high school days in Lakewood, Ohio,
'where she was, among other things. editor of her school news-
paper. Northwestern is her choice for further drama or journal-
ism. If, someday, you should see "just for kicks" written in a
column by a foreign correspondent, you'll know it's 'Sandys
work. She must have enjoyed that trip to Germany last summer!
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9, Enjoy life whlle Il larlr.
Jeannie brought to Mt. Pleasant in eleventh grade a constant
smile and a cute, "Hi there!" which won the friendship of many.
jeannies pet peeve is being called "Claude"g but, really, nothing
bothers her too much. High on the list of her favorite doings
are shopping at W'ilmington Dry Goods Qno plug intenclcdl,
listening to records, and being with friends from Ridley Township.
To graduate is jeannie's main ambition, and her future plans
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actress to play the coryalgaiy in OL5.-9 ays. fig one car 5 'H'
liven up life. Al 'iibrgpme yiagf-be lost.Df'Mt. Hlymitwhen ' j My t
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humor, likes to do amost she 'esiecialgs lo s t
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,lvariedfajiviti l urin M ' school years. He will be best
lvl", or lf. ability as he showed it in e
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'A , 1 erritan Yalej speed as a runner will never be for-
, gplien byvlti thusiasts. Those fans may see Bob running on
1" V 'FE . n the future but as a star for the U. of D., no
Pyle nt for Bob wants to go to Delaware and study en-
Abore lfy zgr In refree LI ll lntbeurted tj!
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and you ave gpfzvjones Leons 'f orrte activities oughout
high school were sports ghd shop work plans for ter gradu
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on both the- VMS basketbal and f all te s unng his high
sc ool career a if e snt on' the x si y he always ar
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A good rpm! and true, we need more fur! like you.
ikonnie might easily be called "The Girl with Ideas" because she
has introduced several new projects into our class. such as Tag
Day, ideas for dance themes, and the yearbook theme. This active
seniors laugh can be recognized anywhereg and in any argument
involving the mountains ersus the Seashore, you may he sure
she will stick up for seashore. Connie likes' riding, dancing.
walking, music, an portsg and she hates people who steal other
peoples' boyfriend! She. wants to go to Cornell but is not sure
what she will ido after ds. However, we are sure that what-
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Don't play anyfzyifspilrgf for C.Lq:inyf"5L tur Qi? the ihillbilly
music and she' be hapiy,-We n6 that shell be sure
to Xbflfmby i s hegarriklt' n and becomes an execu-
ftiveYsecr:tqf an't you inny on,the boss's ljpghflf Vir-
ginia 0, inue s iniebas she has shodfin 5612661 and yith her
f s :md .ically-talented family. si-re3"will surely'succeedg
and, no Hou t, some day she'll marry that boss instedd of perch-
ing on his lap.
I beliere in Lrfeifzg life sary,
Remember the little green coupe with the black spade painted
across the back? Have you missed it? Bill's graduated to a
larger car nowg he has a Pontiac. and the familiar green coupe
is gone, However, Bill with his mechanical interests and passion
for carslfs still around, and invariably tinkering with motors or
building boats. He built his own motorboat last summer, so look
out Pus'ey and jones, you may have a strong competitor coming
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Cheerful f us " with tsqof sgiibblgspiritybhvas hadfrhany good
times at Mtf liieaisant whfpqfparticigtaiingqn rberous activities.
Her recorgfflor zztrlytic Assoc' tiblf represedigtive is unbroken
for her e ire fo years off igh Achool. "Kik,h" was serious
about all inllgairiural sports and wed terest i Jfiiusic.
and listening toithe radio. t geo . Why an ord Prep, of
course' Kushs m r,1"'ambiti0 is' to become a successful SCCIC-
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southpaw to the varsity softball team and to various in jjaly U
squads. Phyls alto voice was heard In both the cadet an com-
mencement choirs, but if you asked her about her singing, shed
probably say, "Who, me?" This cute, dark-haired girl who's.
always laughing and having a good time, hopes in the future to
become either a stenographer or a bookkeeper. Until then, she'll
content herself by listening to the radio or griping about "boys
with dirty fingernails." X
Deedr fpeak louder than uwrdr.
If you want something done quickly, quietly, and ef
Marie's the girl to see. Marie has done many jobs in this way for
the class of '53, Her untiring work on the ticket sales for the
junior play will never be forgotten. An outstanding student who
plans to enter the business world, Marie will surely succeed, Her
employers can be sure, too, that she'll always be on time, for her
pet peeve is people who are late. Put on some records. give her
a book to read. or take her swimming. and Marie will be happy.
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An athlete through and through, Lew played football from ninth
grade on. In eleventh grade, he proved his sports skills further
in track. "Meatball" hopes to become a pro boxer some day. ancl
we think he has all the necessary qualifications, including the
nickname. As pastimes, Lew finds diving and swimming his
favorites. In looking away from the sports angle to another side
of Lew. we find that he also has leadership qualities, for he has
been president of his homeroom almost every year.
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my es en, 1 n YGJIES, jack's name is in the "Who's
N who" A ii. we'l now Ii has ftiifille his stated ambition
' to b origin Afri explorer Though claims "Put off 'till
jf morro what sn' have e n oday" is his policy, he
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o ' future plans, chance re jack will be a success in
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oul e. Ja return g d Mt. asant to complete
h gh l care e en . in t f pnior Choir
'M' d i t sport i d. as ,i e o- ng club. jan
w to bec a s ssful ,J-If ' , b efore that she
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a d " d" tespjbut sh o- e to d ce. She can be heard
E s l ayi g, o ' a doll!"
df! NANCY DALE MCKENDRICK
Charm Jlriker ibe Jigbi an fit w' J the Joul.
"Miss Green Fla of " n b r to 413085 of us as
Nan ick, s be a ve ' ctiv fgpimicipagltf' ,the
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min alk . dr' , an 'tend o mus' . isqems class
recitatio the y tli she doesn't1l' will be the
pati when an eijgleinursygppr sion, for with the
ina' of iw uburrf ai, charmin fsmile, and
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Hi, y'all! It's "Tennessee" Mears, the blonde baseball and basketl A, LM
ball fan of the senior class. In between these two. trains of W" '
thought, however, there's room for lots more activity, including
listening to blues records, driving around in a blue Pontiac, and
shooting a few holes of golf. "Tennessee," who, "as his nickname
suggests," came to Mt. Pleasant from Chattanooga in his junior
year, plans to attend college atter graduation. Then some day he
would like to be a professional baseball player. If his pet peeve,
dull teachers, d0esn't bother him too much, and if he continues
to play baseball day in and day out in season, he might possibly
be the starting shortstop for the Philliegfsome day.
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MARTHA ANN MENDENHALL
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since her intent is to go to Radcliff College and then acquire a
medical doctor's degree. This short, cute cheerleader has been
active in Senior Choir and did a wonderful job as student director
of our very successful junior play. In her free time Marty can
be found at the golf course participating in one of her favorite
activities. We all wish her good luck and are sure that she will
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NKXLQNLA. Ann came to Mt. P. H. S. in her freshman year from New ork' V
' and left us during her junior year to go to Kentucky. We were nw
all glad, though, to have her return here for her senior year. dglw '
0 5 "' innis" fshe hates to be called thatj lists sports and dancing so '
. g her favorite pastimes. This "walking joke book of the ,Sf T .
um se o class" has added her talents to our varsity softball and kAkJ
i X basketball teams as well as our senior play. Ann's plans for the
, M future include college fpossibly Gettysburgj, where she will major W 0.9.11 V
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"Bobbie" will be long remembered by all for her
bright cheery smile. Returning to Mt. Pleasant in
" from Delmar, "Bobbie" showed a great interest
tn0mics, intramural basketball. and the May Day
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in home eco-
'favorite pastimes are listening to records, dancing,
cycles. eating, andljust plain Loafing. QDon't we all like that?J This
fattr ctive brunette considers "split infinitives" her pet peeve, and
if DV, j j' i jrbtjhopg. to attendfbusiness school before her marriage.
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gjzfosseskd wig a great love and understanding of horses, ti
ndslgigood part .of he: timecafringx for her own horse. This
small blondejvlso has.a marvelous talent in art.,which she hopes A -
to developimfo a profession at a later date. Music, intramural 7 Q 5' j'
sports, Band Pet Club held Kay's interest these last four years. E ,
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,Heres anothei gal who hates homework. As she puts it. those
3 'lfeast or fa ' amounts" can sure get you down. Could this
Q hate come fr m the fact .that Carol ,ljusies herself with many out'
M side activities? She Iwas seen in both the junior and senior plays,
and can be found among the personnel of the choir and year-
! 'book staffs. "It's a rat race" is her usual comment when she finds
she can't raise one eyebrow above the other without moving a
K muscle! And, get this, her other main ambition is to be able to
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Lou, the sports-minded senior, the hockey goalie, the basketball
forward, and the softball team's pitcher, is the gal with the yell
on all the teams. This short dark-haired gal who cheers people
up wherever she goes can almost always be seen running. Natur-
ally, it follows that her pet peeve is slow-moving people. In the
future, Mt. -Pleasant people may again watch Lucy's talents as she
participates in professional sports or acts on the stage. These
are her ambitions, but, as yet, she is unsure of her future plans.
When not playing sports, Lucy watches them on T.V. Her other
favorite pastime is dancing.
PETEK KNOWLTON ORNE
IJ that mircbief dancing in bi: eyer.
Pete is one of the sports-minded members of our class. He has
indicated this by having been an A.A. member for two years and
having participated in most of our varsity sports. He also holds
the honor of being the only senior who is a licensed pilot. This
guy's future plans and ambition go hand in hand-he'd like to
attend college, and his ambition is to get through. Pretty
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Wly say " s Lo " nd this s etimes quie but always busy
ua es p wit ,ga ood ide has the unusual
ili y of ng able act knames t somehow she doesnt
a1wM 1 K i e 'pastimi is swimmingg and she
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wants t go to col , here she will study home economics and
ith her talent in art, she should be very
su ez . The beautiful decorations for the junior prom and the
work in the GREEN LEAF can be credited to Lois's able
A willing helper doei not wait until be if arked.
We've heard her on the public address system, at the pep r ies,'
and at all the games, and everyone recognises our cute a sis
head cheerleader as being a really hard worker. Hard w ' 's
too, but Carolyn enjoys it very much, even though she at s
see those people who won't yell at football games. Aiwa
she has also been on the Student Council for three year h
some of her favorite pastimes as sports, cheerleading, an ' ki
but we will always remember her for one thing tha '
list, which is being teased about her middle name, J .
Pleasant, she will probably attend the University of ela o
take up home economics.
Tlae bei! dfirer u-ill wmelimer uprel,
Lex brightened our lives when he came to us in his sophomore
year. His familiar "I'll be durned" kept the laughs coming in
gales. An ardent intramural sports player, Lex also enjoys fishing
and boating as pastimes. l-lis secret ambition is to go to China,
where he can have more than one wife! Us that fair to the
women, Lex?l In the future, he plans to further his education
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"De-De," one of the more quiet members of our class, plans wa! 9
enter the business world. She has been active in all intramural
sports. and she is one of the Phillies' most ardent fans. "De4De,"
a member of our Senior Choir for two years, has worked on
different dance committees throughout her high school years at
Mt. Pleasantg and she was a hard worker on play committees in
her iunior and senior years. Take it easy around Dolores, for she
dislikes people who are noisy: but if you're in disgrace, put on
some good music and she'll forgive you.
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I, WA in iyyudvu, june can be termed one of our more musical students. She can
if 2 2 fn usually be seen around school in a green and white choir robe or
QM 5.A.a.,c,JlP! a band uniform. She has also played a great many intramural
sports, including basketball, softball, and soccer. june's friendly
Mgzwll, NLF. . manner will come in handy. for she plans to become a "big New
,f York doctor's secretary." She likes to skate and swim, and she
..X,4ffl"", also likes to watch stock car races. june lists her pet peeve as
'YJ4-"""i4-1 "ten wheel tractor trailers" fshe has spent the majority of her life
0, in onejg and she can be heard saying, "Let's shag!"
I Pl-QLLIP H. RAIQN
U CODE! are genllermiifl
Phil, th slfort 'Quiet guy with a devilishys vile, can usually be
found ing cupcakes for'the senior classjgfhisare always the
bestl, in the shop, with the Sea cwftztl on the intramural foot-
ball field, or in wrestling club. If e's not in any of those places,
look among the grease monkeys of the glass ahd tif you recog-
nize himj you'll find him working on onefof his- two cars. When
not doing any of the above-mentioned, Phil is found working in
preparation for college and an engineering course.
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A large fire often rome: from a .rmall Jpnrk.
Lee, who joined our fair class in the tenth grade, has been an
important part of it ever since. His friendly smile has made him
welcome anywhere he goes. Lee plans to "join the Navy and see
the world" in the near future. During his three years of high
school at Mt. Pleasant, he has been on various dance committees
and the junior and senior play committees. Lee's pet peeve seems
to be nagging girls: and he says his favorite pastime is watching
or playing sports, but we are inclined to think it is listening to
HENRY RICHMDND "
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Even if yo ont, see t 's tall pleasantfsedior as e goes roaring
with he droopy gall 'Hank otrodf seems to' get alon with
everybody and .everythingkmxcept ffdyroi ute "solid'5 tests, and
by in isugpkigzlyou can Ognizlmhinnby lhis lllttie black con ertible
his ihferests any llotrod d 'wing' an rl uilding: huqting, and
flirt' ' with egg girls. The Ddgont wor jstudy plan at the Urli-
versity of ,mlaware s an importantipart in Henry' eftiture
plans, and he eventu ly hopes to go into engineering. 1
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MARGARET E. RIGGS
A little work, a little play. . .
"Great balls of fire!" shouts Peggy as she rides a bucking bronco
on her brother's ranch in Arizona. You realize, of course, that
this is an ambition, not a reality as yet. By being an A.A. repre-
sentative in her freshman and sophomore years, and a choir and
press club member in her freshman year, she has hardly been
inactive. Her plan for the future is marriage, but not to a boy
with curly hair, because who wants to be married to
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As co-editor of the GREEN LEAF, Bill's senior year has been
crammed full of work, and astreasurer of the Student Council
when he was a junior, he also spent a-busy year. In addition to
these accomplishments, everyone will remember the wonderful
job Bill did as co-chairman of the junior prom decorations. When
not participating in school activities. though, Bill enjoys music
and boating. He has chosen the field of mechanical engineering
and plans to attend Haverford College after graduation.
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Mile' N, 69? Sugar and .rpice and everything nice.
This musically-inclined senior must be very versatile, because she
has played trumpet, piano, and cello, and she sang in the cadet
choir for one year and the Senior Choir for three years. Nancy
is always ready for everybody with a friendly smile and her
favorite saying, "No stuff!" Although she say her pet peeve is
work, she has been very active 'n t A. A the last two years,
and she had a part in our'j and se r plays. Nancy wants
to go to the U 'versit o Dl re then, you guessed it,
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CHARLES D. SANDS
lVarla firrl and then ren.
ffm! no ozbef-J can replace
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are high on her- list of favor
skating heads her list. As far as the
"Shorty" plans to enter Gorham State Teachers
Qlhats in her home state of Maine, pluglj to major in
d that this busy senior is one of the best and
worke in the class. Ambitious as he is, Charlie hates fat
n spapers, which he has to deliver. Like most of us
an avi fan of the "Musical Clock" on WDEL in the
He is one of those lucky people who know exactly
want to do after graduation, which, in his case is to
administration in college, run his own farm
business, and then buy a dairy farm in the Middle West
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ROSALIE ANNE ,pm fadibddyid
A good dirporition il more valuable than gold.
Good-natured, happy-go-lucky Rosalie appears not to have a care
in the world, she is usually found laughing or talking. Commit-
tees and clubs ranging from dramatics to swimming occupy the
majority of her time, but somehow she manages to find oppor-
tunities to enjoy reading, riding, ancl other activities. After
graduating from Mt. Pleasant, Rosalie plans to take a liberal arts
course in college and perhaps prepare for some phase of teaching.
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Crick," alias n of 'SK ent Co i-Wow! W
list of importan fitle's ,this u can claim allpge ' org!!
"Big john" fthe cgtfer ' ootball tea9n'J1-'has e n' inter-
ests in sports dramatic i rsllligraphylf d in ac
interest in Spanish We nqye for B ue t reak
in all rts of speed records' J fut include
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BARBARA LEY SHEFFIELD
The magic of a face. . .
Here's another busy girl! Varsity basketball, class offices, band,
gfnd Student Council have kept Barbara well occupied here at
school. 1952-1953 saw her a member of the Senior Choir and
an actress in the senior play. Tall and dark, she shouldn't have too
much trouble realizing her ambition of becoming one of the "ten
best-dressed women in the United States." College and marriage
fin that orderj comprise her future plans. Barb shares her pet
peeve, drivers who use two parking spaces, with many of us!
but we may not say "Oh, dear!" when we run into such a situ-
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Cute and petite " t " j ed o 'c ss 1 v r ju ' y g an
we discovered reat edien . H - fr i we, ve rget her
imitation of jerry Lewi for . talen ow erti ' g the junior
play. "Smitty" ' ys rea g, list n' p oh e Ray records,
sewing, and k' , eci . Ital 'shes o fiv o'clock
shadows, m n 'f n iv . e "S for er pet eeve is
unshaven boy look -3 i o 1 s" future, see her
joining the Vfaves or joi in er a ,1 to anothers ' matrimony.
KENNETH WAYNE SMITHSON
Wfomen are the root of all evil.
When a "discussion" on the merits of automobiles is heard, there
Kenny will be found. Alabama's contribution to the class of '53
spends what time he has left over from football and baseball in
loafing. As he hopes to be either a doctor or an automotive
engineer, college has a definite part in Kenny's future. Besides
the interests mentioned before, Kenny also enjoys music, as his
participation in band has shown. One admonition, don't talk poli-
tics with him if you're a Republican, for that Southern ire is
Wflay needl zfalumer if one word will Juffire? DY
Look out! Here comes Louie rounding the corner on his motor
scooter the "Yellow Demon" Whew he 'ust made that one' gin
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reap a huge profit from him, for Louie's ambition is to become
a deep dark secret, for Louie's plans after graduation are un-
known. Who knows, he might start a new type hotel for all the
boys who like to go to Rehobeth, his habitual summer residence, P-
for the week end.
X533 0 YV RENNIE STAUDT
Rob Peter lo pay Paul.
Since he is the tallest person in the senior class, it is no yonder
that this active senior makes a good center for the basketball
team. It seems that once Rennie becomes a member of an organiza-
tion he stays put, because he has been on the A. A. for four years
and has held offices for three of them. He also has had the dis-
tinctive honor of being trusted with both the class and his home-
room treasuries since ninth grade. Rennie wants to go to Villa-
nova College, but right now he spends his summers and ,free
week ends on the Staudt farm to get away from "gaBby girlszyg
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Remember "Monsieur," the waiter in "Aaron Slick from 'Pun in' lip pl!! J 7
Crick? How could we forget? Remember Sir Thomas Stevens ll ,
the defensive knight? Of course we do' Well always remember: f if
happy-go lucky Tom, and we'll never forget his sense of humor
become an engineer, and he plans to go south OJ to the Uni- A ,
versity of Virginia to study toward that goal. A warning, dorif f'
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his clowning, or his poems. Seriously, he hopes some day to ' ff '
fight the Civil War with Tomg he's a rebel from 'way back?
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lugtodqs one of the friendliest members of our class and is known
for her New York accent fLake George, that isj and her good f
marks Qalthough she has been heard to exclaim, "I wish I under-'
sto d cbemist1'yVj.j1'lejiflt!s ' minyggfrioulgifrmflisillg- MY' .
drlming, the theater, and per aps French, tba, ynce her'favorite ,I f
saying is 'Quel dommage!" fo' ates viggus pencilfslyarpenenf'
that eat up her s. She wants to'go to college
and then get a job with the U. N.
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Our baritone player in the baod, the Student Cquhcils vice presi-
dent, and one of the'-finest active: bw, scouts and bicycling' en-
thusiasts Qhis pet peeve is "drivers who don't signalnj in this
area is Bill Stoops. Billqis also the one who '1J0ps up with' the
brainy answers in "solid," andthis should 'stand him in good
stead in his future job. If all goes as planned, Bill will become
an engineer in Alaska aftirextensive training for fthis -post at
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As off dkchange student from Germany this year, Rinehard has
failed' much to our classes in the way of discussion and interest.
His good manners and winning smile have impressed everyone.
Rinel1ard's chief recreation is' playing the violin, and no one
who has heard him play could doubt it. He wants to continue
his studies in Germany and become a music or mathematics
-teacher. When we say "Auf wiedersehenf' we're also wishing him
the best of luck.
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Calling all shutterbugs! Stanley has been a member that order
for quite some time, as is evidenced by his membership in Pho-
tography Club for three years. and then his becoming a photog-
rapher for the yearbook. Besides taking pictures, Stanley also likes
to sing, he was a member of the Senior Choir this year, and act,
as signified by his part in "Turn Back the Clock." The scientific
course at Delaware seems to be in his immediate future, for his
ambition is to receive a good education.
DAVID KENT TENINTY
Think much, fpeak lillle, u'ri,fe len.
By traveling almost three thousand miles from California to Dela-
ware, David arrived here just in time to spend his senior year '
at Mt. P.H.S. flucky boylj. While in California. "jonesy." as
he is called. divided his education among three high schools. His
interests always centered around music. however, and he partici-
pated in both the band and choir, David plans to join the Navy . at
say 'Cornf' upon s ng her -Q
wearing the "pony tail" is Dayids et peevewind hed probably
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T t he has a wonderful sense of humor and has been very active
outstanding senior and was elected vice president of the class.
We know him to be one of the mainstays of the football team,
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so it is no wonder that his favorite recreation is Sunday after-
noon football games. As the proud possessor of the biggest feet
in the class. Bob hates people with little feet? After graduation.
he wants to go to college and study engineering
My Cx XJTHIA BIARIF TRAXIQ
Horzerly rr lbe bert fmllry
Cindy tall blonde and blue eyed hopes to become either a A..
teacher or a full time church wxorkcr A xcry accomplished mcm
ber of our class Cindy already his in oratorical prwc and shc
is the secretary of the Wilminatcin Christiin Youth Council .1
high honor Included among Cmdys numerous extra curricular
activities are skating swimming, music and art Demonstrating
her abilities in these fields is her record as a Senior Choir mcm
'ber and member of almost every decoration committee for any
function of the class of 53 It was her vsork too that was secn
on some of the downtovtn store windows at Halloween as
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As our class Secretary for the past two years Carol has done Yr
an excellent job fAnybody who can take minutes during one of
our class meetings deserves a pat on the backlj This energetic
senior loves sports which is shown by her participation in sar S
sity basketball and intramural softball and soccer Lease it to
Carol to come up with a pet saying like Bless his pointed head'
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Drink to me only 14'flfJIbf2IE ejei. . .
Hear a car start up and roar away? That's "W'ag," taking off
in his well-known Chrysler. Where's he going? Could be he's
headed for Michigan State. where he hopes to study forestryg
or maybe this time hes only going for a short ride to meet some
of the other "Sons of Abraham" and go hunting, swimming, or
ramping out. Still. he might just be playing chauffeur to several
girls Qin his book they're all right unless they have fancy linesfj,
or carting some of the seniors on their many errands for decora-
tions, refresliments,land costumes. Vifhatever the cause, Dick has
always been a willing worker and an especially handy man with
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nf 0 orma spends ost of her time on her "co-op" job, which will
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41,6 of ept ' and shorthand. Norma will certainly make a per- i
Ol' ' LL fet ec ry for she quietly tends to her own affairs and dubs KA
Y? ' sybodiesn her pet peeve. Her favorite pastime is reading, and, of
h , as do most of us, she likes to have a good time. If something '
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Comical Dave. with a flair for cars and hillbilly music, was a
versatile member of our class. Dave played intramural sports
during school, participated in talent shows with his winning
guitar, and gave a helping hand on the scenery committee for
our junior play. Boating, fishing, swimming, and music take up
much of Daves spare moments. Future plans are combined
when Dave says he hopes to decline bachelorhood soon and
raise a family and settle down with another member of our class.
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Coming to us in her iunior year from Laurel, "Bunnie" quickly ' '
made many friends with her downstate charm, which brought
her much teasing about her favorite saying, "Goodbye, you all!" Nha '
Shirley detests being called "farmer," but we bet shed make a 1
cute one! You might have seen this tall, good-looking gal behind
the counter at Brittinghams Pharmacy this summer. Her pastimes
include making birthday cakes for certain people, and her fu-
ture definitely includes modeling, for which "Bunnie" is well
suited. ln whatever she does, with her quiet, lovable ways Shirley
will surely be a success.
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! Sam. who came to us from Lansdowne. joined our ranks as a 1
x junior. His quiet sense of humor and likable disposition have
,lm F ix " won him many friends. A whiz at track and swimming and a
1 lv letterman in football, Sain is a versatile and valuable athlete. His
Bl pet peeves, people who lose thQr tempers. are usually told,
"Don't get in a dither!" His future plans include college. W'e are
sure he will find success in whatever he chooses as his vocation. if jg!!
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A at peeve is people who know it all before anyone tells them, and she '
,Wil may be heard saying "poof" when anyone mentions Ocean Cilty. j
Betsy likes loafing. dancing, walking, and sports, especially
hockey. She intends to go to Ohio Nweslevan lfniversity,Aanf.l
someday hopes to learn to raise one eyebrow at a time.
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Keep jour ejer on llye road ahead.
Tall. handsome Donn is a friend to all. His familiar "Hi, there!" Q ,i
made him a memorable person in the class of '53. XWith a ' ff
liking for sports, intramural football and baseball were favorites s .E
with Donn. Camera Club and Stage Crew were enjoyed toog how- I A A ' V '
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THE CLASS of 1953
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Charles R Abrams wull my amazing athletrc abrlrty to Teddy Tabacca
Vruan Pearl Belrxger w1ll a few xnches of my herght and my naturally curly half to jane Hyer
Mary Ellzabeth Bell leave the job of Senlor Choir llbrarlan to someone wlth a lot of patxence
Anne Loulse Benjamm leave Harry
Martha Louxse Bolton leave my pass1on for matchmg socks sashes and harr rlbbons to the next:
l1ttle gxrl In a 1928 play
Roberta Vlfglhla Brandenburg leave my aggressneness fon the basketball court 'J to the forvt ard
Ronald Buckaleu bequeath my partltular polrtrcal affrlnatron to Mr XX ayne Pollarr mth the
hope that he may someday see the lxght
Sally Ann Busker do xull my posltlons on tlcket committees to any tumor who ll uork on them
Arthur H Chandless leave all my old Taft and Ersenhower buttons to Mr George Stram
Patrlua Ann Chownlng leave my great knowledge of polntxcs to Mr Wayne Pollarx
Shlrley Ann Conaway leave one mch of my height to Sue K Burg
Mary Fluabcth Copeland lean my brush palette and beret to ne arteests
Katherme Elaine Cnttendon vull any nxckname such as Kxtty Car to anyone wrth a strong con
Leroy Thomas Dalaskx will to Dxck Bruxser Bateson all the tape that has been used on m
ankles dunng football season
Kenneth Stanley Detrlck w1ll my dramatlc ablllty I J to Mrs Margaret Nelson
John Walbrldge DeVore leave all the football equipment to Fred Watson and the dummzef
to Davld Frlck
Adnan W Donovan II bequeath to George Fox II my abrlxty to stay on four wheels whrle
drnmg a car
George T Draper wrll my seruce statxon abrlxty to Dxck Norseen
Elleen Ellzabeth Dukes leave my lunch hour phone calls to amone vuth lots of nlckels
Barbara Elame fogg vull my knack of bemg on txme at the very last Jerond to Margre Farrelly
judrth Ann Fogg wrll my quret ways to Carol Wood
Glenn Edward Frrck wrll my long wavy haxr to Drck Bateson
Ehzabeth Blackman Fntze leave my two edrtorshtps to future lournalxsts
Irv- m Goodman wxth my great knowledge of prmtmg wxll rt to Mr John Crowther
VIWIHI1 C Gould bemg of small bunld do hereby wrll my 19 mch wa1st lme to Betty Lou Barnes
Sandra Ann Greenan leave my wonderful trrp to Europe to future travelers
Jeanne Claudette Grubb leave my peroxxde bottle to jo Ann Garvey
Rosemane Vnctorxa Louxse Hartmann bemg of stmgy nature leawe nothmg to anybody
Robert E Hxckman III will mv 9 8 m track to Harry Stecher
Sandra Lee Holsmger wrll my ever twrsted curl to the next nervous head cheerleader
Carol Ann jones wxll The Glockenspxel to anyone who can pronounce xt
Wfrllnam Leon jones wxll leave rf I can
Constance Kelly leave my wmdblown halr to Mrs Tama Boucher
Vlrgmra XY est Klmmey bemg of sane mmd lease my quxet and bashful manner to Mr George
jamce Loulse Kuschmg do hereby wrll and bequeath to Phyllxs Faulkner my abtlny to make Mr
George Stram angry
Phyllxs Elame Lewxs do hereby wrll my dark brown half to Ann Lorrng
Marne Lourse Maddams leave mv good trmes at Mt Pleasant to my slster Nancy
Lewrs Orazxo Marrom leave my basket for catching passes to George Brown
Jack Mrtchell Martm leave one large I Lrke Ike button to Mr Wayne Pollarr
janet Ann Mart1n leave my slumber partxes to anyone who doesnt enyoy sleep
Nancy Dale McKendrrck leave my shadow to the halls of Mt Pleasant
Davnd Rrchard Mears leave my good manners and good Englrsh to Rxchard Gordon and Tom
Tomlxnson and my personal dnet for losmg wexght to Barbara jenkmson
Martha Ann Mendenhall will to any quxet shy student my ability to get mto complicated sltua
Lexla Ann Mmnls leave my shmgle to the carpenter burldlng the roof of the new gym
Barbara jean Moore, leave my motorcycle thrnlls and spnlls to anyone who doesn t enpoy lnfe
,Katherxne Moore, wrth the consent of Dolores Puglrsr, wlll the annual Chrrstmas Carolrng party
to next year s senxor class
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Donald Kent Noble lease my varxety of pants and shoes to Harry Stecher
Lucy Ann Olrva w1ll my number 13 shrrt and lacket to Patsy Srmples
Peter Knovulton Orne lease my flymg lrcense to Theofrl Tabacca
Lols Elmor Peterson bequeath the heavrest flag rn the colorguard unrt to Geraldme Smith
Crrolyn Jos phme Phrllrps leaye the Student Councxl minutes to all those who need more
trme to get to classes
Alex mdcr Pondak wrll my many female admlrers at P S to Brll Frsher
Dolores A Pugllsl leave my ty pmg skrll to all the mrce rn Mr Strun s room
Iunc Lounsc Purcell leaye my good txmes rn hxgh school to my brother Larry
Phlllrp H Rugn lelye my cm ot erccn punt to Mr Hou Ifcl Ptrsons
Thomas Lee Ralph lease all my good txmes to my brother Daud
Henry Campbell Rrchmond leave my hot rod Ford to that rllustrrous solrd teacher Mr Wrl
Susan Trancls Rmehart yull my French horn to the French
Wxllram Godfrey Robelen IV bequeath my French abllrty to Fred Watson
Barbara Roberts w1ll my Yankee accent to joan Bleckwell
Nancy Rrdgley Samples vylll my student dxrectxng of the Senror Chorr to Rxchxe Gordon
Charles Douglas Sands leave my 100 trckets for our junror Play to other ambrtxous salesmen
Rosalre Anne Schlatter yxrll my laugh to Phyllrs Taylor
john Wlflfllld Settle leave my Blue Rocket to anyone ownxng a space surt
Carol Anne Smrth ywxll my good marks to my brother Ronnxe
Kenneth Vlflyne Smrthson leaxe 70 pounds of my bulk to R C Prettyman
Lours Jerome Sneed leave my punctual habrts to the tardy offrce
Warren Ellrot Staudt leave 17 rnches of my herght to Huey jenkmson
Thomas Edward Stevens leaye my commrssron as colonel m the Confederate Army to Landon
Carol Stone leave one ace bandage to next year s football team
Wrllram john Gaylord Stoops Il relmqursh all my connectrons yxrth school POl1flCS to my chosen
successor Robert C fChryslerJ Ryon
Rmehlrd Strehl leave thrs lesson to Mt Pleasant School to eyery smart one and excry fool
Whatever natron color of skrn rf they are tall short fat or thm parents teachers they are
alvr ays rrght boys lose cars and glrls and frght grrls talk lxke 1 xx aterfall humans they are
Stanley Paul Tabasso will my herght to Karl Hartman
Davld Kent Tenmty wrll my xyell used hlstory and PO D books to my brother james
Robert Earl Thomas wlll my short hair to Lee Harvey
Cynthia Mane Travxs leave the mrkmg of Daisy Mae and L1 l Abner to some unsuspectlng under
Carol Johanne Vmcent leave my love for frogs to anyone vuth a brg pocketbook
Richard F Wagner wnll my careful drrvtng abxllty to Robert Ryan
Norma jean Walker lease my crossword puzzles to the future P O D classes
Davrd Arthur West bemg of sound mlnd and body Qalmostj do hereby wlll my many many
years m hugh school to Rrchard Topers Spence
Shrrley A Whaley leave my drrect route to Laurel to Doug Gates
Samuel Wrxght leave one worn out tuxedo to the perpetual stag lme at Mt Pleasant
Nora Elrzabeth Youker leave my bequest to your rmagmatron
We the members of the Senror Class of 1953 of Mt Pleasant Hrch School be-mg of especially
sound body but not very sound mrnd do draw up thrs last mll and testament for posterrty To the
Senlor Class of 1954 we leave the prrvrlege of wearmg, semor class rrngs our front seats ln the
audrtornum our extra long lunch pernod and all our otner rnsmgma of senxornty To the faculty we
leave a round of applause for a yob well done to the admmrstratton we leave our appreclatnon for
thenr helpful gurdance and mterest and last but far from least to our class advrsors we leave
many curtarn calls for thexr work mterest helpfulness and frlendshrp which we have enjoyed for
the past four years
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To any Freshman Class, the four years to come seem as though they will be an end-
less succession of "tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow." In retrospect, these tomor-
rows have not passed at a "petty pace" but with "swiftness never ceasing."
As the minds of the Seniors flash back along memory lane, they finally remember the
momentous day of the first meeting of the Class of '53. Since we wanted to make sure
that the best possible candidates were chosen, we installed james Lewis, William Robelen,
Barbara Sheffield, and Warren Staudt as our honored officials. These persons effectively
steered us toward-Oh memorable November 18. That night marked the birth of the
spirit of '53g it was the night of our first class activity, the Thanksgiving Dance. That
spirit lived dormant in us until the time for the traditional Freshman Frolic, May 6, ap-
peared. The spirit then blossomed, never to die, to transform the gym into a wishing well
atmosphere, with Wayne Kirklin's orchestra providing a melodious atmosphere for
many happy couples.
As the strains of Stardust fade slowly away from us, the rest of Freshman year re-
mains as a haze of carefree days in our memofiesz we enthusisatically tried out for all of
the athletic teams, ground our teeth over Latin conjugations, and made a never-to-be-
forgotten field trip tothe Union Industries show at Convention Hall.
As Sophomores, we entered Mount Pleasant full of new confidence and driving ambi-
tion. When it came time for class elections, the results were that james Lewis remained as
our president, Elizabeth Fritze became our vice presidentg Martha Mendenhall, our sec-
retaryg and Warren Staudt remained our treasurer. Then we stepped up to bat with a
bang and hit a home run with our then brand-new Sadie Hawkins Dance. The gay theme
of our dance prevalied throughout the year as the "Silly Sophomores" dissected frogs,
marveled at the wonders of Wooster Institute, and threw numerous parti6S.
Maytime again gave vent to dreamy moods, and we all can mistily remember floating
through "Paradise Island" to Chuck Laskin's "Pagan Love Song" at -the Sophomore
Hop. Thus ends the tenth year in the memories of the Seniors, as their minds fly to the
opening of the pages of "jolly junior" history.
Busy, busy year-fun, fun for all! With jim Lewis again at the helm, Rennie Staudt
guarding the purse strings, Ronnie Buckalew taking over the duties of vice president, and
Carol Vincent busily keeping track of the affairs of class, the Class of '53 roared into
school year '51-'52, gay, ambitious, and hard working. The annual Sadie Hawkins Dance
was the first number on the agenda, we all remember how hard we worked on that
dance, and we shall never forget the famous "Huckleberry Twirp" or the infamous
coatracks that all fell down, piling checked coats from the floor to the ceiling of Mr.
Boucher's room. "Tag Day" was a tradition we, as juniors, established, we had fun
The juniors, surprisingly enough, concentrated on studies, at least up until the month
of january, but then the feathers really flew! Nancy McKendrick was elected "Miss Green
Flash," we sponsored a "Leap Year Dance," characterized by the motto: "Leap with
your Creep," and the junior Play, "Aaron Slick from Punkin' Crick," was chosen. From
then on there was no peace in our classrooms, for everyone was preparing for the play,
each with his own special job. After many misgivings, a hilarious variety show, and
dress rehearsals that proved to be fun, we finally triumphed on the nights of April
25 and 26.
Aaron Slick and Rosie Berry then reigned at an enorm-
ous open house given by Martha Mendenhall and Elizabeth
Next came April, the month! We were really juniors
then, as we all rushed into Millard F. Davis to purchase
the long-awaited class rings.
May saw the election of john Settle as Student Council
president, and William Stoops as vice president. Also wit-
nessed was Elizabeth Fritze's and Bill Robelen's election
as co-editors of the GREEN LEAF.
This month was also the scene of the fabulous "summer garden" junior Prom. For
weeks, Lois Peterson and Bill Robelen worked with the decorations committee, their
results were breathtaking. All who swayed to the rhythm of john Chowning's "Moon-
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lighters" on the night of May 31 will never forget the garden in the bleachers, the
French windows, the canopied orchestra stand, or the false ceiling of crepe paper. It
was on this note of beauty that we said farewell to the Class of '52 and prepared to
take the reins as Seniors.
Senior year! Our memories are sharp and clear now, for time has again caught up
with us, and we are reliving the days that just a little while ago were present, not past.
Senior year was a happy, yet a sad year, certainly it was the busiest time of all. As
graduation drew slowly nearer and nearer, we prepared ourselves for A. G.-After
Graduation. The fall of the year was climaxed by a triumphant football season as we
crowned our first football queen, Anne Benjamin, and placed Leroy Dalaski on All-
State. Autumn was also the season when we chose Ronald Buckalew, Robert Thomas,
Carol Vincent, and Warren Staudt to lead us, it was also the time of year for our an-
nual Sadie Hawkins Dance and Tag Day.As winter crept upon us, we feverishly worked
to produce another smash hit, "Turn Back the Clock," under the wonderful directing
hand of Mrs. Nelson. Christmas, 1952, came with all of its holiday gaiety, and a touch
January, the "Space Spree," February, the election of Barbara Shef-
field and Judith Fogg as May Queen and Maid of Honor, March, the
Senior Carnival and Senior Ball, April, May, graduation, the months
sped by, choked full with memories of the best years of our lives.
'1 Most of all, we'd like to say thanks, Mr. Bomboy, Mrs. Boucher,
and Mrs. Nelson-thanks from the bottom of our hearts.
Memory Lane has come to an end, and as we leave
this stage to play our parts in the great drama of life,
we leave behind us the spirit of '53. We only hope
that it may long echo in the halls of Mount Pleasant,
and that some day, future students will listen to its
whisper say, "We loved every minute of our lives at
Mount Pleasant and only wish that we could again
relive those carefree moments.
But since we Cant, we'd 1 E f
like to leave them to you in
hopes that you will enrich
the traditions we have tried
to establish and find as much
happiness in your four high
school years as we did."
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THE MAY COURT
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Kendrick, Anne Benjamin
Sandra Holsinger, Roberta Brandenberg, Mary Copeland. Lois Peterson, Nancy Mc-
First row: P, Peabody. E. LaRowe. M. Kilpatrick. M. Getchell. B. Jenkinson,
A. Farlow, H. Schultz. P. Faulkner. L. Curry. P. Gonzalez. A. Babcock. K. Rus-
sell, J. Stapleford. M. Kirklin. C. Parsons. Second row: Mr. Pollari. K. Carter,
J. Sites. R. Morris, M. Carl, V. Plantz. A. Rice, G. Moulton. J. Giondonato,
N. Gilmore, P. Samples, J. Blackwell. J. Dill. D. Darlak. Third row: B. Gabriel,
M. Stephenson. L. Harvey. C. Wood, A. Loring, J. Robertson, M. Kline. J.
Whitten, P. Taylor, J. Baldwin, S. Rodger. L. Krchma, J. Forsythe, J. Von-
XVettberg, H. Eckhardt. Fourth row: R. Rinard. R. Lanius, E. ,Campbell. B.
Shuttleworth. J. Garvey, B. XY'oods. C. White. J. Rickley. B. Kleitz. E. XY'right.
S. K'Burg. C. Johnson, S. Steele. A. Goold. J. Hyer, J. Teninty. Fifth row: N.
Reu. J. Selway. B. Hunter. B. Dempsey. B. Simpson, T. Calhoon. B. Whorl, J.
Williams. J. Merrick, B. Archer, B. Mendenhall. H. Stecher. T. Jones, J.
Harley. B. Orlando, R. Roberts. Sixth row: C. Frampton, R. Shaddock, B. Platt,
G. Buchwald, J. Stecher. B. Ryon, K. Hartman, D. Norseen, J. Boulanger.
R. Stapleford. B. Hale, B. Rudrow, B. Fowler. E. Goldberg, J. Davis. Seventh
row: D. Roberts, R. Slattery, B. Walker, R. Rosemary, C. Feuscht. T. McCall.
L. G'ray. B. Rhoades. W. Hurst. H. Hitch, H. Smith, D. Burkhart, R. Krick,
D. Bateson, R. Gordon, T. Tomlinson, B. Braniff.
President. Robert Hale, Vice President.
Dick Batesong Secretary, Carolyn John-
song Treasurer, Bob Ryong Assistant
Treasurer, Barbara Woods.
Under the leadership of Robert Hale, President, Richard Bateson, Vice Presidentg
Carolyn Johnson, Secretaryg Robert Ryon, Treasurer, and Barbara Woods, Assistant
Treasurer, the Junior Class commenced what proved to be a busy and profitable year.
Those who attended their first affair, the School Daze dance, will not forget the
Mabamjab and hir Sultry Sirenf. who entertained. Saturday, November 1, was the night
of the class hayride and barbecue, which was enjoyed by seventy-five members of the
class. Another money-making dance was sponsored by the juniors on Saturday, January gl.
The whole-hearted spirit and cooperation of the class went into making their play
a success. Weeks of hard work were climaxed by its presentation on April 17 and 18.
The year ended on a happy note with the long-awaited Junior Prom. Throughout the
year, class was ably guided by Miss Ethel Roe, Mr. Starr Cole, Mr. George Hanning,
and Mr. Wayne Pollari, class advisors.
This energetic group of sophomores was led this year by Landon Rowland, Presi-
dent, Edward Maxwell, Vice President, Robert Williams, Secretary, and Art McDonald,
Treasurer, with the able assistance of the class advisors, Mrs. Hauptle, Miss Boyer,
Mr. Strain, and Mr. Boucher.
Early in October, the Class of '55 began preparing for the Marine Bali, which they
sponsored on November 8 for the entire school. They also gave another dance during
the latter part of March, which was also hailed as a great success.
To climax a most enjoyable and profitable year, the annual Sophomore Hop was
held on May 23.
Landon Rowland, President, Edward
Maxwell, Vice President, Bob Wil-
liams, Secretary, Art McDonald, Treas-
First row: B. Barnes, D. Raign, K. Reath, K. Evans, P. Cochran, C. Orth, P.
Griffith, P. Borders, I. Griffith, M. Spanagel, P. Mayer, N. Viands, R. Tal-
ley, M. Pfeiffer, P. Mallen, S. Himes, Mrs. Hauptle. Second row: Mr. Strain, R.
Waters, N. Kupstas, M. Ennis, P. Thompson, J. Rickley. C. Alexander, M.
Sherwood, B. XVilson, G. Shashoua, L. Limburger. J. McSorley. M. Hamblet,
S. Dawes, S. Johns, Miss Boyer. Third row: B. Volk, N. Maddams, M. Far-
relly, J. Hardy, S. Wagner, S. Robelen, F. Harper, B. Johnson, M. Keelins,
D. Long, J. Benton, B. Stenle. J. Spang, B. Clark, D. Olson, P. Brown. Fourth
row: S. Totaro, A. Dolbow, M. Graham, C. Cannon. H. Schneider, S. Golden,
R, Wortz, V. Snyder, B. Hitchens. W. McGowan. A. Wortz. D. Morrison, L.
Rowland, C. Alder. Fifth row: G. Brown, B. Hague. H. Street, D. Stapleford,
C. Walker, H. Eckhardt, J. Stayton, K. Stone, J. Otto, J. Steele. H. Riley, J.
Provan, B. Hess, J. Walker, C. Streevy, Sixth row: C. Wirt, A. McDonald, L.
Mullikin, B. Turner, T. K'Burg, B. Roche, J. Magee, T. Kelk, D. Critch
field, E. Pray, J. Fisher, D. Cole, E. Maxwell, D. McKay, T. Tabaka, R.
Smith. Seventh row: B. Plantz, V. Shavico, R. Lazarowski, G. Hanna, C.
Bullock, J. Fox, G. Lafferty, F. Watson, A. Hale. J. Adams, B. Williams, C.
Barker, D. Jordon, B. Davis, J. Caffrey.
First row: P. Jones, P. Gonzales. M. Gowen, R. Hilyard, L. Raniere, L. Smith
C. Walker, C Hoffecker I Merchant E Byers j Pell C Slocomb R Pell
L. DeVore J Detweiler J Mallen E Sommers R Bullock P Harrington
B. johnson G Murray Second row C Walbridge P Dalaski E Kirby S
Wimble, M. Whipple C Canning j Neilson B Fox R Stevenson N Peterson
E. Olson, J. England. G, Smith, R. Hye. G. Clark. S. Clark, G. Pondak M
Snyder, A. Dolbow, K. Knapp, S. Rise. Third row: D. DuRoss, P. Graham. J
Rineer, B. McAdam, B. Ellis, L. Kern, C. Vansant, R. Senff. B. Morgan
M. Flumerfelt, J. Reeder, S. Oxley, C. Todd. B. Snow. Y. Swearer B. Master
son, L. Martindale, B. Shaw. M. Sherwood. Fourth row: R. Weatherby', M. Mason
L. Moore, H, Clemmens, B. Robbins, R. Todd, R. Buker, H. jenkinson, T
Fulkrod, R. Hitch, D. johnson, L. Sutton, G. Wessels. G. Smith. J. Fox
E. Roberts, F. McClure, B. Clark, B. Friz. Fifth row: C. jeuell, H. Goodman
R. Humphrey, K. Robertson, G. Schocie, J. Peterson, M. Gearhart E. Pritchett
W. Tindall, W. Piper, F. Pooley, A. Dunlap, D. Schmidt. E. Staudt L. Smith
R. Sheridan, XV. Sands, A. Orlaski, W. Garwood G. Rust. Sixth row: M. Hicks
B. Peteion, C. Slattery, G. Griffith, W. Lambert, G. Smith, B. Queener, -I
DiSantis, D. Frick. Seventh row: W. Gabriel, G. Lightcap, G. Newkirk, R.
Thatcher, Gentry, F. Cooper, R. Hickman, S. Cohen, P. Donovan. T. Moore
J. Robinson, D. Sheffield, VU. Davis.
President Bob Queener Vice President
Don Sheffield Secretary, Nancy Peter
son' Treasurer Ward Lambert.
On October 6, the Class of '56 held its first meeting. After a nominating com-
mittee was appointed, the following officers were elected: President, Bob Queener'
Vice President, Don Sheffield, Secretary, Nancy Peterson and Treasurer, Ward Lam-
bert. With the assistance of our advisors, Mrs. Beeson, Mrs. Bieber, Mrs. Wallace, Mrs.
Morgan, and Mr. Lamborn, this newly organized group sponsored many activities,
including the Christmas dance in December. May 9 was the long-awaited date of the
Freshman Folic, which was enjoyed by everyone.
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Mr Wayne Pollarx
Wxth the return of ten senrors the Green Kmghts rolled up the best record IH the
hxstory of the school Besrdes haymg the best record there were sexeral other f1rsts for
thls team It was the fxrst Mt Pleasant team to be IH contentnon for the State champ1on
shrp and It was the frrst Mt Pleasant team not beaten by Claymont The pre season
Splflt was h1gh After a spmted pep week the Claymont Indrans held the Kmghts to
a 6 6 tre In a hotly contested game The followlng vyeelc on a ra1n soaked field w
nrpped the Dover Senators 7 0 IH a hard fought contest After beatnng Elkton 19 14 w
traveled to A I DuPont Following a scoreless first half A I ran back the second half
klck off for therr only score of the game Thls was the straw that broke the camel s
back and after this Mt Pleasant went wild and scored 26 pomts In the half There
was much antlcrpatxon In the next week for the next game mth wllllldm Penn would
decrde first place In the county race Then after the Wrlllanm Pcnn game It was P S
DuPont tha handed the Green Knights thelr second and last dcfcat Thxs was a hard
fought game and a hard one to lose The Conrad game vull long be remembered for the
spectacular goal l1ne stand made by Mt Pleasant The Knights held Conrad for four
downs on thelr one yard lme The senrors had thelr day on a brxght Monday atter
noon when they and the rest of the team trounced Archmcre 39 7 Before the game
Anne Benjamin was crowned the flrst Football ueen
This year for the flrst trme Mt Pleasant had the dxstmctxon of havmg a player Lee
Dalaskr on the flrst strlng all state team Brg awn Settle made center on the second
The season was brought offrclally to a close on the nrght of December 17 Thrs was the
nlght of the Football Banquet at the Howard ohnson Restaurant All the players were
presented wlth mementos of the past season The sennors gaye the1r best wxshes to the
coaches for therr fxne leadershrp whlch was responsxble for the success of the team
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who were not engaged in football but were interested
in basketball turned out for the first practice After a
few weeks this group was reduced to ten boys who
worked together until the end of football season
Soon after the addition of the football players the
fmal cuts were made and practlce began in earnest
The young team took three games to reach ts
stride After the Newark Alumni and Howard
games they beat highly rated arch rival Claymont
and Delaware City They dropped and won close
games to Howard and Dox er respectnely Following
a three polnt loss to William Penn they went on an
extended win streak of five games The loss of two
games in one week seem to spark the team for the
remainder of the season as they finished with four
wins in a row
was the coming of a new coach Mr ack Ramsay
Mr Ramsay had starred for St oes College team
and played this season with the Sunbury Mercurles
of the Eastern League Mr Crowthers assisted Mr
Ramsay The 11 and 6 record was one of the best
in the schools history and this was the first team
to beat Claymont twice in one season Mr Ramsay
expects to floor an even better team next year as he
loses only three semors Bob Thomas Dave Mears
and Rennie Staudt
The junior Varsity team coached by Mr William
Boucher turned in an impressive record of 12 wins
and 5 losses This leads us to expect big things next
season coupled with the Varsity teams record for
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to get off to the best start in the team's history. This will be possible because this Year's
team will be strengthened by the return of many of last year's candidates. Among the
seniors who were on last year's team are Bob Thomas, Dave Mears, Ken Smithson, and
John DeVore. The team this year will have to be at its best to beat such teams as Brown,
Wilmington, A. I. DuPont, Archmere, William Penn, Conrad, Delaware City, Clay-
mont, Howard, and Newark. Here's hoping the baseball team will come through with
the flying colors characteristic of all Green Knight teams.
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gan, is expected to have another outstanding season.
Last season the team was undefeated in dual meets.
This year's team lost three lettermen to graduation
last year, but returning are several seniors. Sam
Wright, Bob Hickman, Lee Dalaski, Lou Marroni,
Ronald Buckalew, Bob Thomas, jack Martin, and
MR. -,ACK MO
In the schedule this year will be two meets in the Philadelphia area. On April 12, the
team will open the season in the Penn Invitational Meet. During the season, the Green
Knights will be working up to the final meet, the Delaware State Meet.
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COACHES Miss Susan Hunsberger Mrs Ethel Morgan N YOLKER L OI-IVA C KELLY
Our 1952 hockey team vtas the best eier produced
at Mt Pleasant Their good record C3 2 aj showed
the determination and excellent spirit of our lasses
How could they miss under the able leadership of
our coaches Miss I-lunsberger and Mrs Morgan
The most exciting and hard fought game was
played with the tough Conrad team vihom we haxe
neyer beaten until this year We won by the close
score of 1-0.
The . V. team looks to the future with confidence, since they kept pace with the
high-stepping varsity, ending with the same outstanding record.
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Although the varsity squad has had an average sea-
son, the team has shown good spirit throughout every
game. At this writing, their season is not yet complete,
but the girls are confident that they will win the re-
maining games on their schedule. The record of this
team does not tell the whole story of their never-
dying fight and determination. There are seven
graduating seniors, most of whom have seen four
basketball seasons. T h e s e girls will be s o r e ly
missed by next year's squad.
The junior Varsity has had an excellent season.
With one game yet to be played, they intend to com-
plete the season with a 10-1 record. This has been
the best record ever to be compiled by a girls' j.V.
basketball team at Mt. Pleasant. We are sure that
these girls who led this team to victory this year will
make a strong varsity squad next year,
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Wlth seven out of nme members returning to the startmg llne up for the 1953
softball season a better than aserage season IS expected Even though the record
of last year was only two WIHS a txe and three defeats a better slate IS predicted
smce the team IS under the able dlrectnon of Mrs. Ethel Morgan, who produced an
undefeated record in 1950.
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Directed by Mr. Starr Coleg Accompanist, Rosemarie Hartmann.
Into the darkened auditorium float the strains of Aderle Fideler as the traditional
candlelight procession begins. Down the aisles flicker the tiny candles in the hands of
Mr. Cole's Senior Choir members. Once on stage, these sopranos, altos, tenors, baritones,
and basses blend their voices in a program of songs full of delight for all. From
Tchaikowsky's famous lNYlHL'f:1t'k67" Suite to the thunderous Hfzllelzzjab Chorus, there is
a song for everyone.
The eyes of the audience are not able to see the anxiety, the noise, and the sweat and
strain of Mondays' and Wednesdays' seventh period rehearsals in the music room, to
the listeners, all is perfect harmony, for that is the product of strenuous practice.
With his sixty "stars" from the ninth through twelfth grades, Mr. 'Cole fashions
crescendos of enjoyment for all in many programs throughout the year. These include
the Spring Concert, the elementary school recital, the songs for the Perry Point Veterans'
Hospital, the Baccalaureate Service, and finally, Commencement, when the seniors hear
their Alma Mater for the last time as it is sung by the Senior Choir.
MR. ZIEBER STET LER
e present orchestra rs rn the earh dexetopment stage We are rn the process of
ur mg an orgamzatron of symphonxc proportrons vwhrch v-rh be a three to four year
ro ram There are twehe members o the organrzatxon who at the present trme are
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The 1952-1953 Student Council has had a very busy and active year. To welcome
the new seventh grade pupils, it conducted an annual orientation week in early
September. At Halloween, they sponsored one of their two annual dances. This
year it was called The lack-O-Lantern fnmboree.
On January 24, the Council presented the big event on the winter's social calendar,
The Snow Ball. During the week preceding Easter, they sponsored Religious Emphasis
Week. For the third consecutive year, the Student Council featured Career Day in
April, with numerous speakers helping to make it a very successful event. To climax
a most important year, Student's Day was observed in May.
To insure smooth running of the Student Council, the various standing committees
have been very active this year. Among these are the Scrapbook Committee, the Recep-
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Miss Roe and Mr. Gennaria, assisted in making this a very successful year for the
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The Athletic Association at Mount Pleasant is made up of a bo and a irl from
each homeroom, The members are from grades seven through twelve.
The Athletic Associa
Its purpose is to sponsor and maintain an educational interscholastic athletic program.
This program is conducted in harmony with the policies adopted by the school.
tion is the second-highest governing student body in the school.
Along with the financing of, and the work involved in, the actual athletic contests,
the Athletic Association also sponsors dances, assemblies, cheerleaders, and tries to
promote good sportsmanship throughout the school.
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Sporix Editors ..... Hehtn Schneider
Art Editor ..... .... M ary Rowe Sherwood
Alumni Editor ........ Barbara Vmson
Business Manager .. ....... Connie Cannon
Circalaiion Manager. ,.., ..,MiXdred Graham
Reporters . . ........ . . . . .Shrdey Conaway
Radio Reporter ., ...... Connie Mem
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MR, GEORGE STRAIN
MR. WILLIAM BOUCHER
MR. LESLIE KING
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Presxdent Helen Ryon Secretary Phyllls Jones
Mas CATHERINE BIEBER
AUDIO VISUAL CLUB
IVIR ELMER FENNICK
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MODEL BUILDING CLUB
MR FORREST GUT1-1
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MR GEORGE STRAIN
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MRS DAISY WALLACE
. DAVID ANDERSON
MR RICHARD ROSE Sfvfzzfw
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President Wllbur Eakm Secretary Treasurer
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CLASS OF 1955
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THE CLASS OF 1953
THE PARENT TEACHERS
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8I2 8I4 Phnladelphla Pllre
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PEPPER S STORE
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Magazmes Newspapers Fnlms Kodalcs Ice Cream Novelhes
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