Mount Pleasant High School - Green Leaf Yearbook (Wilmington, DE)
- Class of 1959
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THE 1959 GREEN LEAF
Published by the Senior Class
of Mount Pleasant Senior High School
Volume IX June 1959
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A TRIBUTE TO AN OUTSTANDING TEACHER
This has been a memorable year in the history of the Mount Pleasant School District because it has
marked not only the division of the senior and junior high schools but also the commencement of a won-
derful new undertaking, the occupancy of our new school. It has been a year of trial and error, of success
But yet, with all of these changes, We have retained one very important feature, that salient point is
the desire and willingness of our teachers to continue to sacrifice themselves and their time solely for
our benefit with only personal satisfaction as their reward. For this, we are truly grateful.
Each year, the Green Leaf pays tribute to a member of the distinguished Mount Pleasant facultyg so
it is that this year, the Class of 1959 honors a deeply devoted teacher.
Our dedicatee has been an inspiration to both students and faculty and an exemplification of her pro-
fession to the community. She has contributed unlimitedly to our school. Many of us who have been
members of the Future Teachers of America Club, which she advises, have benefited greatly from her
vast knowledge and experience. Others will remember her fine guidance as a Student Council Advisor.
All of us to Whom she taught algebra or
geometry will never forget the many axioms,
postulates, theorems, and, of course, the
quadratic formula which she taught us. For
this, her outstanding teaching ability, she was
named Delawareis Teacher of the Year in
We, the Seniors, will certainly always re-
member our wonderful Junior year, to which
she contributed so much of her time, her
efforts, and herself, always on hand with
just the right punch for our dances, making
sure that we all received our class rings, and
above all, taking a personal interest in each
and every member of our class.
For her numerous contributions to our
school and to our community-for the
honor that she has brought to Mount Pleas-
ant, we, the Senior Class, dedicate the 1959
Green Leaf to Miss Ethel M. Roe.
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Our Theme . . . The New Mount Pleasant
Although we are always anxious for the opening of school in September, the anticipation was especially
great this year because we were entering 'ga new home." Occupying our beautiful new school was not only
a milestone in the educational life of Mount Pleasant but also the climax of our school life for we, as
seniors, were establishing a 'cfirstf' the first class to be graduated from the imposing structure on Marsh
Road and Washington Street Extension.
This important milestone is memorable to all of us who have lived, learned, laughed, and played in
the grandiloquent new school.
To honor our school because it has brought us honor, the 1959 Green Leaf presents, through these
pages, the New lVlount Pleasant.
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Underolassrnen .... . . . 68
Urganizations .... . . . 88
Music and Drama .... . . .108
Athletics .... . . .122
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Experienced Board Members Direct Our Schools
Left to right: Mrs. McAdam, Mr. Huber, Mr. Fletcher, Dr. Hardy, Mr. Heiney.
The duty of the Mount Pleasant School Board is to awaken, to inspire, and to train the minds of its youth so that
they may become better citizens in our democratic society. Perhaps, more specifically, the basic aim of the board is to
help all students so that they can grow intellectually, physically, morally, socially, and emotionally.
Confronting the school board throughout the year have been two pressing concerns: completion of the construction
project whereby adequate facilities will be available for our increased enrollment and introduction of the "blueprint"
program which was submitted by the Superintendent, Mr. John Heiney, and approved by the board. This ublueprinti'
provides for the strengthening of the educational plan for the Mount Pleasant Special School District. Specifically, the
outline presents a method of improving the curriculum in the secondary level, increasing the guidance service at all
levels, and establishing a program challenging to all students-from the retarded to the superior.
The members of the board who assemble at regular monthly meetings are Mrs. Jane McAdam, President, Mr. John
M. Fletcher, Vice-President, Mr. John Heiney, Secretary, Mr. Robert V. Huber and Dr. V. R. Hardy.
Our Parent-Teachers Association Is Effective
Left to right: Mr. Meixner, Mr. MacMurray, Mr. Bebout, Mrs. Van Brunt, and Mr. Christiansen.
The Parent-Teachers Association establishes a closer relationship between the home and the school. Through the united
effort of parents and teachers, this association may secure for every student the highest advantages in physical, mental,
social, and spiritual education. W
Among the specific projects outlined for the year were the purchasing of items for the audio-visual room and serving
equipment for school social functions. ln addition, the task of underwriting the expenses for keeping the school library
open evenings and Saturdays was taken in hand.
The plan to aid student committees, to provide clerical assistance to the office and library, and to help generally when-
ever and wherever requested was also undertaken. All of these projects formed the agenda for the year.
The officers of the Parent-Teachers Association were Mr. Daniel P. MacMurray, President, Mr. Henry N. Meixner,
Vice-President, Mr. Roger W. Bebout, Vice-President, Mrs. John Van Brunt, Jr., Secretary, and Mr. Paul H. Christian-
Committee leaders were Mr. and Mrs. James. F. Scott, Program, Dr. Carleton C. Conrad, Ways and Means, Mrs.
William McDonald, Publicity, Mr. and Mrs. Jack R. Nail, Hospitality, Mrs. George M. MacLeod, Home Room Repre-
sentative, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Montague, P.T.A. Service, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Brown, Membership, Mr. Howard
S. Parsons, Safety and Health, and Mr. David S. Darling, Legislative Committee.
THROUGH HIS EFFORTS
. A NEW SCHOOL
JOHN F. HEINEY
B.S., Gettysburg College
M.A., Columbia University
Mr. Heiney, the tall, soft-spoken, dist
tinguished Superintendent, has been at
Mount Pleasant since 1949. During his
administration the district's educationa
system has grown so much that at long
last, the junior and senior high school:
are separate units.
As Superintendent, Mr. Heiney hire:
all of the teachers in the district. He als4
plans the district budget and publishes tht
annual report. As a member of the Boarc
of Education, he studies the school's cur
riculum for the purpose of providing goot
educational facilities for everyone in th
During his very limited spare time, M1
Heiney enjoys gardening and reading.
Since he has been at Mount Pleasani
Mr. Heiney has certainly been a valuabl
asset to the district.
ALSO NEW . . . OUR PRINCIPAL
KENNETH E. MICHAEL
BS., Eastern Illinois State College
VI.A., Washington University ISL Louisl
The latest addition to the Mount Pleasant administration force is Mr. Michael, our "that's three" principal.
n addition to working in his office, he can always be seen in the cafeteria, at games, and at most of the student
ctivities. Mr. Michael came to Mount Pleasant from Illinois, where he taught mathematics and later became
nrincipal. During his six-year teaching career, he coached many high school sports. His teaching job was
emporarily interrupted by World War II. He returned to Illinois after the war and came to Delaware from there.
'eaching apparently runs in Mr. Michael's family, his two sisters and his wife have also chosen this profession.
1 his leisure time, Mr. Michael works with his coin collection, plays bridge, or enjoys a round of golf.
lr. Michael's refreshing personality, coupled with his ability, makes him an excellent administrator.
TWO COMPETEN T
ASSISTAN TS .
ROBERT A. OLDIS
Administrative Assistant to the Superintenrlf-nt
BS., East Stroudsburg State Teachers College
lVl.A., Columbia University
While many of the underelassmen may not be familiar with
Mr, Oldis, the seniors will always be grateful to him for the
help he gave us with our Sophomore Class dinner,
As the Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent, Mr.
Oldis acts as business manager for the Mount Pleasant Special
School District. One of his duties is ordering all of the equip-
ment needed in the district from "ink to shop equipinentf'
Since he has been with us, Mr. Oldis has proved to be an
indispensable member of the Mount Pleasant administration.
CHARLES H. BOMBOY
BS., Bloomsburg State Teachers College
M.A., Columbia University
Well known and admired by all of our students is M1
Charles Bomboy, who began his career at Mount Pleasant a
a biology teacher. Within a short while. he was elected to th
position of Assistant Principal. With our coming to a ne'
and far larger school, Mr. Bomboy's duties and responsibilitie
have increased infinitely, and what a fine job he has don
setting an excellent standard for our beautiful new school t
develop into one of the best secondary schools in the Eas
A Quintet of Valuable
ALICE L. WILSON . . . Guidance Counselor
JAMES A. CENNARIA . . . Guidance Director, Student
MARILYN .l. KNODEL . . . Lilmiriun, Library Club. VIRGINIA M- WALKER - . . Nurse, Future Nursvs' Club.
ANN li. 'l'ARlilVl"l'0N . . . Assistant Lllll'ilI'lllI1.
OUR FACULTY MEMBERS ARE A DEDICATED GROUP
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JOSEPH P. AMBROSINO, .IR ..,. American History, World MARGARET H. BEESON . . , Home Economics.
History . . . Assistant Football Coach.
ANNE V. BIRCH . , . Home Economics . . . Junior Red WINONA S. BOTELLO , . . Spanish . . . American Fielc
Cross Club. Service Coordinator, Sophomore Class Advisor.
WILLIAM H. BOUCHER . , . Algebra, Solid Geometry, D. HARRY BRUCE . . . Algebra, Solid Geometry, Trigt
Trigonometry, Analytical Calculus . . . Chairman of Civil nometry, Nursing Math.
Defense Club and Assembly Committee, Rod and Gun Club,
Securities Investment Syndicate, Chess Club.
URGING AND PRODDING US ON TO BETTER EFFORTS.
ANTHONY MICHAEL CAIA - - - AHICUCHH Hi5l0fY, Pfflb- PAUL H. CHRISTIANSEN . . . Distrihutive Education,
CINS Of DCUIOCTHCY - . . Head Football Coach, Varsity Club. Business English . , . School Store, Distributive Education
STARR L. COLE . , , Director of Music Department . . . JOHN W. CROWTHER . . . Industrial Arts, Mechanical
flarching Band, Cadets, Concert Band, Dance Band, Senior Drawing.
lhoir, Girls' Choir, Boys' Choir.
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.NTHONY DeANGELIS . . . Biology . . Biology Club, MARGARET A EINOLF Secretarial Offi Pract'ce
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enior Class Advisor. Business Typing,
THEIRS IS A NEVER ENDING TASKg
WILLIAM L, EINOLF . . . German, ELIZABETH FRITZE . . . English FRANK G- GIAMBOY - - - English
Economic Geography, Typing , , , . . . Senior Tri-Hi-Y Club, Softball - . - Green Leaf, .lumor Play Direc-
German Club. Coach- tor, Opera and Literature Club.
PERRY F, HOBERG . . . Director DORIS M. JOHNSON , . . Short- .l. HERSHEY KEENE . . . PrOblCm
of Art Department . . . Art Advisor hand, Typing . , . Sophomore Tri- Of DCDTOCTHCY-
for Green Leaf, Hi-Y Club.
FHEY DETERMINE, TO A LARGE EXTENT,
OBERT J, KILROY , I , Driver ERNEST D. LAMBORN . Plane HELEN MERRILL . . English . .
ducation. Geometry, Business Mathematics . . . Junior Tri-Hi-Y Club.
Chairman of Senior High Audio-
LRL M. MEYERS . . . Health, JOHN MICHALCEWIZ . . . Biology ETHEL H, MORGAN . . . Gym
ysical Education . . . Cross Coun- . . . Biology Club, Assistant Football Health , , . Hockey Coach, Basket
Coach, Basketball Coach. Coach, Head Baseball Coach. ball Coach,
OUR FUTURE SUCCESS. AS SENIORS,
HOWARD S PARSONS . . Director of Health ant
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Assistant Football Coach, Junior Class Advisor,
ETHEL M. ROE . . . Plane Geometry, Algebra . . . Future KENNETH E- SCHOMBORG - - - English, J0UfY1aliSm -
Teachers of America, Junior C1355 Advisor, Philosophy Club, Green Flash, Sophomore Class Advist
VE THANK YOU FOR EVERYTHING.
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'EORCE STRAIN . . . Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Secretarial H. ANN SUTHERLAND . . . French . . . Skating Club.
'ffice Practice . . . School Business Manager, Golf Coach.
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AISY P, WALLACE . . . English. JOHANNA T. WESESKY . , . Latin.
ALTER W. WIEBE . . . Industrial Arts, Mechanical ROBERT J. WOLEN . . . Physics, Chemistry . . . Aero.
awing . . , Stage Manager. nautics Club,
They Are Heroes of Patience .
CUSTODIANS: Mr. Baldwin, Mrs. Perry, OFFICE SECRETARIES: Mrs. Lenza, ADMINISTRATION SECRETARIES:
Mr. Balback, Miss McNelly, Mr. Peterson. Miss Kosowski. Miss Jackson, Mrs. Sakowski.
BUSINESS OFFICE SECRETARIES: Mrs. Hartman, Mrs. Robson,
Mrs. Cochran. Mr- McGinnis-
BUS DRIVERS: Mr. Glissman, Mr. Trader, Mr. Wille
CAFETERIA STAFF: Mrs. Richards, Mrs. Cuporlunno, Mrs. Hunter, Mrs. Cowgill, Mrs. Locw, Mrs. Deldeo, Mrs. Capodanno, Mrs. Bro
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This has been a year to remember . . .
SANDRA MAE ANDERSON
Sandy . . . especially enjoys activities of the Future
Nurses Club . . . Tri-Hi-Y Club 12g Future Nurses
Club 10, 11, 12 . . . occupies many leisure hours
reading Winston Churchill's works.
BETTIE HARLOW ASHBY
Bettie . . . an outstanding leader in Tri-Hi-Y . . .
Homeroom Secretary 10g Green Flash 12g Green
Leafg Athletic Association 113 Tri-Hi-Y Club 10,
11, 12-secretary 10, 11-treasurer 12g Future
Teachers of America 10, 11, 12g Girls' Choir 11,
129 Junior Play entre-actg Tennis 11, 123 .IV
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Vivian . . . our snappy head majorette . . . Green
Leafg Biology Club 105 Tri-Hi-Y Club 11, 123
Future Teachers of America 10, 11, 12g Senior
Choir 11, 12g Marching Band 10, 11, 12g Cadets
10, 11, 125 Majorettes 10, 11, Head Majorette 123
Girls' Choir 11, 12g Junior Play entre-actg Varsity
Hockey 123 .IV Hockey 10, 11.
NANCY ELIZABETH AHLUM
Nan . . . kept the girls' basketball team on its
toes . . . Biology Club 10g Future Nurses Club 123
Tri-Hi-Y Club 123 Typing Club 10g Senior Play
Usheretteg Basketball manager 12 . . . Emest
Hemingway is one of her favorite authors.
JANICE VIRGINIA ASHBY
Jan . . . an active participant in Future Nurses
Club . . . Typing Club 105 Future Nurses Club
12-secretary . . . reading the well-known works
of Willa Cather as well as skating and dancing
occupy her spare time.
WILLIAM CARD ASHBY
Bill . . . a new student for a new school . . . Stu-
dent Council 12g Boys' Choir 12 . , . tinkers with
working radios during his off hoursg skin diving
also fascinates this busy fellow.
KATHLEEN BRIGETTE AXENROTH
Kathie . . . a lithe, agile dancer . . . Modern
Dance Club 109 Senior Play entre-act . . . enjoys
and participates in the field of dramatics, also
appreciates O'Henry's surprise endings in his many
RALPH ELIAS BAN KERT
Ralph . . . an especially busy stage hand during
both of our class plays . . . Homeroom treasurer
109 Green Leafg Athletic Association 109 Biology
Club 109 Junior Play-stage crewg Senior Play-
stage crewg JV Basketball 10.
We were too often reminded we were Seniors.
RANDOLPH R. BARKER
Randy . . . tomorrow's Ben Hogan . . . Student
Council 129 Hi-Y Club 119 Varsity Basketball 119
Golf 11, 12 . . . won the Delaware Jaycee Golf
SUSAN LYNN BEBOUT
Sue . . . bubbling over with enthusiasm . . . Home-
room President 119 Tri-Hi-Y Club 11, 12-Vice-
President 129 Typing Club 102 Future Teachers
of America 11, 129 Girls' Choir 119 Senior Choir
11, 12: Junior Play chorus.
SUSAN JEAN BENNER'
Susie . . . perfection personified . . . National
Honor Society 11, 129 Green Flash 11, 129 Green
Leaf9 Tri-Hi-Y Club 10, 11, 12-Vice-President
10, 119 Future Teachers of America 109 Junior
Play publicity chairman.
GREGG ARTHUR BERNDT
Gregg . . . always singing . . . Homeroom President
10: Homeroom Secretary-treasurer 119 Green Flash
12-Front Page Editor9 Hi-Y Club 10, 11, 129
Chess Team-Captain 119 Senior Choir 129 Boys'
Choir 12: Junior Play chorus9 Senior Play castg
Cross Country 119 JV Basketball 10: Track 12.
Sandy . . . friendliness is her motto . . , Tri-Hi-Y
Club 112 Girls' Choir 11, 123 Junior Play entre-
act3 Varsity Hockey 121 JV Hockey 11 . . . reads
Thomas B. Costain in her spare time.
Dave . . . unstrained ability on the athletic field
. . . Homeroom Vice-President 10? Student Council
113 Athletic Association 10? Biology Club 103
Hi-Y Club 123 Junior Play-Stage Directorg
Varsity Football 11, 123 JV Football 103 JV Bas-
ketball 10: Track 11, 12.
We found ourselves the first graduating class
BARBARA T. BOCKOVEN
Barbara . . . a delightful personality . . . Tri-Hi-Y
Club 11, 123 Typing Club 101 Senior Play-Chain
man of Properties . . . loves to bounce along
bridle paths on horseback.
ELLEN KATHRYN BRADY
Ellen . . . five feet nine inches of fun . . . Athletic
' Association 121 Tri-Hi-Y Club 11, 12g French
Club 103 Junior Play entre-actg Senior P1ay-co-
' chairman of publicityg Softball 113 Varsity Basket-
ball 123 JV Basketball 10, 11.
CHRIS J IM
Chris . . . a friendly greeting for all . . . Distribu-
tive Education Club 11, 12-Historian 121 Varsity
Basketball manager 123 Baseball 10, 11 . . . enjoys
all sports-particularly baseball.
JAMES ROBERT BROOKS
Jim . . . if he's not at home, he's on a hunting trip
. . . Rod and Gun Club 103 Distributive Education
Club 12 . . . very fond of Edgar Allen Poeg also
interested in electronics and mechanics.
from the new Mt. Pleasant "Hilton.',
WILLIAM A. BRUCE
Bill . . . one of the tall, flirtatious type . . . Home-
room Vice-President 103 Biology Club 10g Hi-Y
Club 10, 11, 12: Civil Defense Ili JV Basketball
10 . . . particularly liked Herman Melville's Moby
Tom . . . went "all out" for both of our class
plays . . . National Honor Society 11, 12-President
123 Radio and TV Club 10, 11S Future Teachers of
America 10, 11g Junior Play cast3 Senior Play-
Program chairman . . . a Hi-Fidelity fiend.
ALLAN C. BROWN
Al . . . remarkable good looks and keen intellect
. . . Class President 123 National Honor Society
11, 12-Vice-President 123 Green Leaf: Athletic
Association 11, 12-President 123 Senior Choir
10, 11, 123 Concert Band 103 Junior Play CHSIQ
Varsity Football manager 10, 11, 12 3 Tennis 11, 12.
DAVID c. BROWN, JR. '
Dave . . . quiet but companionable . . . Rod and
Gun Club 103 Distributive Education Club 12
. . . among other interests, especially enjoys to
hunt and to fish.
WILSON F. BUCHANAN
Rick . . . a good looking "six footer" . . . Home-
room President 103 Green Flash 12? Hi-Y Club
10, 11, 12-treasurer 103 Junior Play chorusg Sen-
ior Play castg Tennis 103 Track 10, 11.
Herb . . . characterized by a subtle sense of
humor . . . Hi-Y Club 10-Presiclent3 Chess Club
12-Captain . . . often spends time over a chess
We welcomed a new principal
HOWARD M. CAHOON
Howard . . . especially enjoys aviation as an
amateur flyer . . . Radio and TV Club 11 . . .
James Fenimore Cooper's books fascinate him.
JANET MARIE CALHOUN
Janet . . . always reading and willing to help
out . . . Distributive Education Club 12 . . . reads
Gladys Malvern's books . . . particularly interested
in sewing, swimming, and reading books of a wide
DONALD SMITH CAMPBELL
Donnie . . . devoted athlete . . . Athletic Associa-
tion 10g Distributive Education Club 11, 125
Varsity Football 10, 11, 123 JV Basketball 10 . . .
an admirer of Edgar Allen Poe.
GEOFFREY P. CHAPPELL
Jeff . . . first love is mechanical drawing . . . Rod
and Gun Club 10, 11 . . . interested in hunting,
hot-rodding, and Hemingway.
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DAVID JAMES CARL
Jim . . . a willing worker both in and out of
school . . . his favorite writer is Walter Lordg his
ERIC ROBERT CARLSON
Eric . . . excels in everything he attempts . . .
Class Treasurer 125 Homeroom President 115
Homeroom Treasurer 109 National Honor Society
11, 123 Green Leafg Marching Band 10, 11, 123
Concert Band 10, 11, 123 Jlmior Play chorusg
Cross Country 12 . . . received the Biology Award
in tenth grade.
The girls welcomed his dimples.
JANET LOUISE COOTE
Janet . . . an enthusiastic cheerleader . . . Student
Council 115 Green Flash 11, 125 Green Leafg
Tri-Hi-Y Club 11, 125 Future Teachers of America
10, 11, 125 Snior Choir 11, 125 Marching Band
105 Concert Band 105 Cadets 105 Girls' Choir
11, 125 Junior Play chorusg Cheerleader 11, 125
J V Hockey 10.
SALLY R. COX
Sally . . . participated in both Junior and Senior
Plays . . . Green Leafg Modem Dance Club 105
Future Teachers of America 12 5 Senior Choir 11,
125 Girls' Choir 11, 125 Junior Play-dancerg Sen-
ior Play cast.
GERALD JOESEPH COLE
of Robert Frost.
ROBERTA KAY COLLINS
Cookie . . . wide participation in musical activities
. . . Student Council 125 Green Flash 12 Green
Leafg Tri-Hi-Y Club 12 5 Modern Dance Club 10
Senior Choir 11, 125 Girls' Chorus 11, 12 Junior
Play-Make-up chaim1an5 Senior Play-Make up
JOHN JEFFERSON CREIGHTON
ROGER S. CRUSER
12 5 Junior Play castg Senior Play cast.
Jerry . . . bubbling over with school spirit
Green Leaf5 Varsity Football 10, 11, 12-captain
125 JV Basketball 105 Varsity Basketball 11
in addition to sports he finds time for the works
John . . . contributed endless services to all phases
of school life . . . Class President 10, 115 National
Honor Society 11, 125 Student Council 11 12
President 125 Athletic Association 105 H1Y Club
10, 115 Varsity Football 10, 11, 12-captain 12
Cross Country 115 JV Basketball 105 Track 11
125 Baseball 105 Co-Chairman of magazine drive
115 Harvard Book Award 115 Boys' State Repre
Roger . . . the immortal Henry Spoffard III
the Senior Play . . . Green Flash 125 Rod and
Gun Club 115 Philosophy Club 115 Senior Choir
10, 11, 125 Marching Band 10, 11, 125 Concert
Band 10, 11, 125 Cadets 10, 11, 125 Boys Choir
DALICE MARIE DARLING
JUDITH PATTERSON CUTLER
,Iudy . . , bard working Green Flash Editor . . .
Green Flash 10, 11, 12-Associate Editor 10, 11-
editor-in-chief 12g Green Leafg Civil Defense Club
12g Tri-Hi-Y Club 125 Girls' Choir 121 Junior
Charlie . . . Spanish was his Mt. Everest , . .
Homeroom President 10 . . . spends much of his
spare time reading books by Cadwell and trying
his hand at Mechanical Drawing.
We spent some time laughing and crying,
LORETTA MAY DENNEY
Loretta . . . actively participated in the Distributive
Education Club . . . Distributive Education Club
12-secretary 12 . . . dancing is one of her many
BENJAMIN P. DETWILER
Ben . . . a sly sense of humor , . . Homeroom
Vice-President 105 Boys' Choir 12 . . . loves
P.0.lJ. and Charles Dickens --V especially the
Dalice . . . active in all three bands . . . Green
Leafg Marching Band 10, 11, 12g Concert Band
10, 11, 123 Cadets 10, 11, 123 Girls' Choir 11, 12
. . . reads much of Philip Wylie.
ROBERT CORKRAN DAWSON
Bob . . . the great lover in our Junior Play . . .
Homeroom Vice-President 115 Student Council 105
Green Leafg Athletic Association 11, 12-treasurer
12g Junior Play castg Senior Play--chairman of
BONNIE MAE DOHL
Bonnie . . . enjoys her work in Future Nurses
Club . . . Athletic Association 11g Future Nurses
Club 12--president 123 Junior Play--chairman of
usherettesg Senior Play cast . . . child care and
sewing pleasantly occupy her hobby time.
ANNA LEE DOOLEY
Anna Lee . . . a show-stopper as Emily in the
.lunior Play . . . Green Flash 11, 12-associate
editor 11g Creen Leaf--feature editorg Biology
Club ICP-treasurerg Tri-Hi-Y Club 11, 123 Future
Teachers of America 10, 11, 125 Cirls' Choir 11,
12g ,Iunior Play castg Senior Play-make-up com-
mittee chairmang Cheerleaders 11, 124 JV
BONNIE ANNA LEF
hurrying and worrying and oh, yes . . studying.
CAROL ELIZABETH EBEBT
Carol . . . catching up with Althea in tennis . . .
Biology Club 105 Tri-Hi-Y Club 12g Future Teach-
ers of America 11, 12g Tennis 11, 12 . . . won the
Betty Crocker homemaking contest.
JOHN VVILLIAIVI EBNSBERGEB
John . . . our witty carrot-top . . . Student Council
10, 11, 12g Biology Club 103 Boys' Choir 12g Junior
Play chorus . . . water sports are his delight.
12 . . . an avid fan of Mika Waltari.
ROBERTA C. DOWNS
Bobby . . . competent secretary of our Student
Council . . . Student Council 10, 12-secretary 12
Green Leaf--'sports editorg Biology Club 10 Tri
Hi-Y Club 11, 129 Future Teachers of America 10
11, 129 Girls' Choir 11, 123 .lunior lay cast
Cheerleaders 11, 123 ,IV Hockey 10 ,IV Bas
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Ray . . . playing basketball has him in seventh
heaven . . . Photography Club 10g Cross Country
11, 12g Varsity Basketball 11, 129 Baseball 10 11
LINDA SUE EUBANK
Linda . . . she "rawther" enjoyed playing Mrs. Von
Osborne . . . Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer 112
National Honor Society 11, 12g Student Council
123 Green Flash-managing editor 123 Green Leaf:
Biology Club 10-vice-presidentg Future Teachers
of America 10, 11, 12-treasurer 103 Library Club
103 Senior Choir 11, 12: Girls' Choir 11, 123
Senior Play cast.
PAUL E. FAHEY
Paul . . . always happy-go-lucky . . . Rod and Gun
Club 103 Distributive Education Club 12-reporter
. . . hunting and fishing are his greatest pleasures.
Sooner or later most of us joined some clubs . .
RAYNELLE FLORENCE FALKENAU
Raynelle . . . busy as the proverbial bee . . . Green
Leaf: Civil Defense Club 12: Athletic Association
123 Tri-Hi-Y Club 10, 11, 123 Future Teachers of
America 125 Senior Choir 123 Marching Band 11,
123 Concert Band 11, 123 Girls' Choir 11, 12:
Junior Play chorusg Hockey manager 10, 123 Girls'
WILLIAM E. FERRY, JR.
Bill . . . returned to Mt. Pleasant for his Senior
year . . . Student Council 123 Civil Defense 122
Hi-Y Club 123 Senior Play cast . . . an avid
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George . . . a winning personality . . . Homeroom
Secretary 105 Athletic Association 12: Rod and
Gun Club 10, 123 Varsity Football 12 . . . spends
much spare time working for his father.
Margit . . . inimitable smile . . . Typing Club 11
. . . her paramount interests are drawing, swim-
ming, and dancing.
WILLIAM E. GLEDHILL
Bill . . . excels in science and chemistry . . .
Homeroom Vice-President 10, Rod and Gun Club
10 . . . a happy auto mechanic.
E. ALEX GRANT
Alex . . . a talented Thespian . . . Junior Play
cast, Senior Play castg Boys' Choir 12, received
a Certificate of Merit at the 1958 Delaware Play
Festival . . . also enjoys music.
At least three or four of Mr. Bouchefs.
MAHMUT ERSIN GURUN
Ersin . . . our happy-go-lucky exchange student
from Turkey . . . Student Council 12 . . . enjoys
Russian authors, particularly Dostoevsky . . . his
special interests include Koh, horrorslb girls.
JAMES F. HAGUE
Jim . . . a delight to Mr. Strain . . . Class Vice-
President 113 Student Council 10, 11, 12-vice-
president 123 Varsity Football 113 JV Basketball
10g Golf 10, 11, 12 . . . especially enjoys Ernest
JAM A GRIFFIN
Sam . . . a devilish pixie . . . Homeroom President
10, 123 Student Council 10, Athletic Association
11g Junior Play-co-chairman of lighting and
sound . . . chemistry and electronics keep him
happily busy in his spare time.
SARAH ELIZABETH GRIFFITH
Sarah . . . one in a million-a P.O.D. fan . . .
Distributive Education Club 12 . . . dancing, bowl-
ing, movies, skating, and sports occupy her leisure
CLAIRE LOUISE HALE
Claire . . . active in all phases of the musical
program . . . Tri-Hi-Y Club 11, 123 Future Teach-
ers of America"11, 12g Senior Choir 10, 11, 121
Marching Band 10, 11, 123 Concert Band 10, 11,
123 Cadets 10, 11, 123 Girls' Choir 11, 123 Junior
JAMES W. HIJAR
Chico . . . casanova with a crew-cut . . . Home-
room President 103 Homeroom Vice-President 123
Student Council A113 Radio and TV Club 102
Philosophy Club 11, 121 Junior Play entre-actg
Senior Play C3513 Varsity Football 123 JV Foot-
We duln't worry about the Otis I.Q. test . .
HILDEGARDE MARGUERITE HINKLE
Hildy . . . singing made her high school years
memorable . . . Athletic Association 123 Tri-Hi-Y
Club 123 Modern Dance Club 103 Senior Choir
11, 123 Junior Play chorus . . . always has a new
ALDEN OBER HOLSINGER, JR.
Dutch . . . always good at handling money . . .
Class Treasurer 10, 113 National Honor Society
10, 11, 12-Treasurer 123 Debating Club 10? Hi-Y
Club 123 Concert Band 103 Track 11, 123 Base-
ball 10, 11.
CAROL ANN HOLSTEN
Carol . . . enjoyed her work as a reporter on the
Green Flash . . . National Honor Society 11, 122
Green Flash 12-Business Managerg Green Leaf 3
Future Nurses Club 125 Senior Choir 123 Girls'
Choir 11, 123 Junior Play entre-actg Senior Play-
CALVIN LEWIS HORN III
Calvin . . . enthusiastically interested in athletics
. . . Typing Club 102 Aeronautics Club 12 . . .
active in scouting and many outdoor sports.
We'd learned that no one ever flunked itg
Jeanne . . . patron of cultural topics-music, thea-
tre, and literature . '. . Student Council 10, 115
Green Flash 10, 11-business manager 115 Green
Leafg Opera and Literature Club 125 excellence
in Latin with magna cum laude certificate in tenth
grade . . . often attends the Saturday matinees at
MARTHA SUE HUMPHREY
Marty . . . a steady member of the Hockey team
. . . Homeroom Vice-President 115 National Honor
Society 11, 125 Green Leafg Tri-Hi-Y Club 10,
11, 125 Future Teachers of America 10, 11, 12-
Treasurer 11, President 125 Senior Choir 125 Girls'
Choir 11, 125 Junior Play chorus5 Varsity Hockey
125 JV Hockey 10, 11.
CAROL LEE ELSA
KENNETH D. HORNE
Ken . . . always smiling and ready with a joke
. . . Homeroom Treasurer 115 Biology Club 105
Aeronautics Club 125 Junior Play stage crew5
Senior Play cast . . . one of the community's out-
standing Boy Scouts.
REGINALD D. HORTON
Reggie . . . puts his D.E. to practice in the school
store . . . Biology Club 105 Distributive Education
Club 11, 12-President 125 School Store 12-
Student Manager, Baseball Manager 10 . . . an
avid photography fan.
CAROL LEE HURST
Carol Lee . . . hopes to become a secretary . . .
Homeroom Treasurer 105 Green Flash 10-Pho-
tography Editorg Future Nurses Club 115 Girls'
Choir 115 Junior Play entre-act5 Senior Play
ELSA MARIE JOHNSON
Elsa . . , that hard worker behind the concession
stand at football and basketball games . . . Tri-
Hi-Y Club 125 Athletic Association 11, 125 Typing
Club 105 Future Teachers of America 125 Junior
Play chorusg JV Basketball 10, 115 Varsity Bas-
ROBERTA MARIE JOHNSON
Roberta . . . the blonde whom gentlemen pre-
ferred in the Senior Play . . . Hi-Fi Club 105 Junior
Play entre-act5 Senior Play cast . . . when not
dancing ballet, Roberta enjoys reading a good
Lauren . . . the little old lady who ate chocolates
"and nothing happened" . . . Homeroom Secretary
115 Green Flash 11, 125 Tri-Hi-Y Club 11, 125
Future Teachers of America 11, 125 Junior Play
cast5 Senior Play cast.
We were more concerned about Mr. Keene's unit test .
CAROLINE ALVERTA KANDLE
Caroline . . . feels that Tri-Hi-Y Club has been a
valuable addition to her life at Mount Pleasant
. . . Green Flash 105 Tri-Hi-Y Club 105 Girls'
Choir 12 . . . loves to read mysteries by Earl
J O ANN KELLY
Jo Ann . . . one of the loudest drummers in our
band . . . Green Flash 105 Future Teachers of
America 125 Marching Band 11, 125 Concert Band
11, 125 Cadets 11, 125 Girls' Choir 11, 125 Junior
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ANITA MARIE KELSEY
Anita . . . active member of Future Teachers of
America in preparation for her career . . . Home-
room President 105 Green Flash 105 Tri-Hi-Y Club
11, 125 Future Teachers of America 10,,11, 12-
Vice-President 125 Girls' Choir 11, 125 Junior
Play Usheretteg Senior Play cast.
JUNE LOUISE KESSLER
.June . . . likes the out-of-doors, especially hunting
and fishing . . . Rod and Gun Club 10 . . . a girl
with many activities including horseback riding and
We'd heard someone had.
FRANCIS S. KNOX, III
Ted . . . the man behind the scene in both of our
class plays . . . Homeroom President 10, 115 Na-
tional Honor Society 11, 12-Treasurer 125 Student
Council 125 Green Leafg Biology Club 10-Presi-
dentg Aeronautics Club 125 Junior Play-Scenery
chairmang Senior Play-Scenery Chairman.
Al . . . a real sports fan, both as a player and a
spectator . . . Athletic Association 10, 115 Hi-Y
Club 105 Cross Country 11, 12 . . . not only exhibits
ability on the basketball court but is equally at
home among the bowling alleys.
BARBARA LEE KING
Barbara . . . energetic, gay, head cheerleader . . .
Homeroom President 105 Athletic Association 105
Biology Club 105 Tri-Hi-Y Club 10, 11, 125 Future
Teachers of America 105 Senior Choir 125 Girls'
Choir 11, 125 Junior Play entre-act5 Cheerleader
11, 12-Head Cheerleader 125 JV Basketball 10.
ADELAIDE WALLACE KIRBY
Wallace . . . exhibits an unusual interest in
mechanical drawing . . . National Honor Society
11, 125 Tri-Hi-Y Club 12-Secretary 125 Junior
Play Usherette . . . enjoys a lazy summer after-
noon either swimming or reading one of Booth
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Tink . . . creator of those weird cartoon faces
appearing around school . . . Athletic Association
125 Junior Play chorusg Cross Country 11, 125
Varsity Basketball 115 JV Basketball 10 . . . con-
stantly practices his foul shots.
MARGERY HELEN LANG
Margie . . . an enthusiastic member of the school
choirs and bands . . . Future Nurses Club 10, 12-
Treasurer 125 Senior Choir 11, 125 Marching Band
125 Concert Band 125 Cadets 125 Girls' Choir 11,
125 Junior Play entre-act.
Kay . . . exercises her vocal abilities in both choirs
. . . Green Flash 10g Tri-Hi-Y Club 11, 125 Senior
Choir 11, 123 Girls' Choir 11, 12g .Iunior Play
entre-act . . spends her summers traveling and
ELAINE RUTH LANNING
Elaine . . . a quiet new student at Mount Pleasant
this year . . . in her leisure hours Elaine enjoys
dancing and swimming.
And when Ersin "spilled the beansv about Santa Claus .
ELIZABETH LYNN LIPPERT
Lynn . . . our swimming and diving champion
. . . Student Council 11g Green Flash 10, 11g
Green Leafg Athletic Association 12g Tri-Hi-Y
Club 11, 12g Senior Choir 11, 123 Girls' Choir
11, 129 ,Iunior Play chorusg Varsity Hockey 10,
11, 12-captain 123 Softball 103 Varsity Basketball
12g .IV Basketball 10, 11.
TRACY LEA LORD
Tracy . , . tomorrow's efficient secretary . . . Na-
tional Honor Society 11, 125 Green Flash 113 Tri-
Hi-Y Club 10 . . . loves to cut figures on the ice.
JOE A. LATTOMUS
active in church youth work.
CAROLE JEAN LINES
Joe . . . one of those six foot seniors . particu
lar interests include art and reading also very
Carole . . . always hard at work on a school
activity . . . National Honor Society 11, 12g
Green Flash 10, 11-Radio Reporter 11g Green
Leafg Tri-Hi-Y Club 11, 12g Senior Choir 11, 123
Junior Play entre-actg Senior Play-Student Co-
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Gerri . . . an enthusiastic P.O.D. student . . . Civil
Defense Club 11 . . . particularly interested in the
arts, especially painting and classical music,
JAMES DANIEL MacMURRAY
Jim . . . derives pleasure from singing with the
choir . . . Hi-Y Club 125 Rod and Gun Club 115
Senior Choir 10, 11, 125 Boys' Choir 12 . . . active
on both Junior and Senior Play scenery committees.
Well, were we shocked!
JOHN E. MALONEY
John . . . a real science fiend . . . Civil Defense
Club 115 Executive Committee 125 Aviation Club
12 . . . always stirring up wild concoctions or
making mechanical gadgets.
NANCY LEE MARVEL
Nancy . . . a waving handkerchief in the Senior
Play . . . Green Flash 125 Green Leafg Future
Teachers of America 125 Girls' Choir 125 Senior
Play cast . . . an Edith Wharton reader5 likes to
PATRICIA ANNE MAIER
Pat . . . a busy worker behind the concession
stand . . . Homeroom Treasurer 105 Biology Club
125 Civil Defense 115 Senior Choir 11, 125 Girls'
Choir 11, 125 Junior PlaySProgram Chairmang
Senior Play-Costumes Chairman.
John . . . one of our senior gridmen . . . Home-
room President 125 Hi-Y Club 11, 125 Rod and
Gun Club 10, 11, 125 Distributive Education Club-
treasurer, 125 Varsity Football 11, 125 Varsity Bas-
ketball 10, 11, 12 . . . outside interests include all
DIANA, M. MASK
Diana . . . derived much pleasure from her par-
ticipation in Girls' Choir . . . Future Nurses Club
105 Tri-Hi-Y Club 125 Girls' Choir 11, 12 . . .
her pastimes include stamp collecting and volun-
Freddy . . . an outstanding senior football player
. . . Hi-Y Club 125 Distributive Education Club
125 Varsity Football 11, 125 Varsity Baseball 11,
12 . . . outside hobbies include most all sports.
We worried a little about Lincla's language difficulty .
EDWARD A. MATHER
Eddie . . . "The Old Pine Press" . . . Green Flash
125 Green Leafg Debating Club 115 Civil Defense
115 Radio and TV Club 105 Chess Club 125 Boys'
Choir 125 Senior Play cast.
WILLIAM A. McCLANE
Bill . . . the only Southerner on our Football
team . . . Hi-Y Club 11, 125 Rod and Gun Club
125 Varsity Football 125 Track 12 . . . thrives
below the Mason-Dixon Line.
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ELANOR MARIE McCORMACK
Ellie . . . is fond of watching basketball and
football games . . . Civil Defense 115 Leisure
Reading Club 10 . . . has mastered the difficult
Coften deadlyl art of waterskiing.
Kitty . . . minimum of size-maximum of person-
ality . . . Homeroom President 105 Homeroom
Secretary-Treasurer 125 Student Council 125 Green
Flash 10, 115 Green Leaf5 Civil Defense 115 Tri-
Hi-Y Club 11, 125 Senior Choir 10, 11, 125 Girls'
Choir 11, 125 Junior Play chorus5 Hockey manager
EVELYN ELIZABETH McDONNELL
Ev . . . likes to usher at school functions . . .
Modern Dance Club 103 Junior and Senior Play
Usherette . . . can usually be found either on a
saddle or the dance floor.
JULIA ANNE MCMASTER
Julie . . . always ready to lend a helping hand . . .
Tri-Hi-Y Club 129 Senior Choir 125 Girls' Choir
113 Junior Play chorus . . . often reads French
author Guy de Maupassantg also collects records.
After she got here she worried about ours.
FELICE 'GAIL MILTON
Phyllis . . . sophisticate of State Fair . . . Green
Flash 11, 12-Feature Editor 113 Green Leafg
Athletic Association 10g Senior Choir 11g Girls'
Choir 11, 12g Junior Play: Cheerleader 12.
ROBERTA ANNA MONTAGUE
Roberta . . . can often be seen working in the
library . . . Leisure Reading Club 10g Senior Play
Usherette . . . reads Thomas B. Costain works:
likes swimming and library work.
JANE ELIZABETH MCQUEEN
Jane . . . French, Latin, Greek, Hebrew-she can
converse in Sanskirt! Homeroom Vice-President
and Secretary 115 Tri-Hi-Y Club 10g Junior Play
chorus . . . an enthusiastic equestrienne.
JOAN ILEEN MENDENHALL
Joan . . . "have French maid's costume: will dust"
. . . Athletic Association 103 Civil Defense 123
Typing Club 10g Future Teachers of America-
Treasurer 125 Girls' Choir 129 Senior Play cast
. . . possesses an unusual collection of dolls from
MALCOLM C. MOORE, JR.
Malcolm . . . Mr. Wolen's Mr. Wizard . . . Biology
Club 103 Junior Play chorus . . . a wide variety
of outside interests including Hi-Fi, beekeeping,
VIRGINIA A. MORRIS
Ginny . . . a big smile for everyone . . . Civil
Defense 11g Modern Dance Club 105 Senior Play
Usherette . . . loves all dancing-from modern to
In Physics Class we studied energyg
MARY ELIZABETH NUTTALL
Mary Beth . . . a leading alto in Senior Choir
. . . Student Council 10, 12g Tri-Hi-Y Club 10,
11, 12-Chaplain 11g Senior Choir 10, 11, 12g Girls'
Choir 11, 12giJunior Play accompanistg JV Bas-
ketball 10, 11.
JOAN BRIGHAM OGDEN
Joan . . . excellent job as student director of the
Junior Play . . . Homeroom Treasurer 11g Green
Leaf Managing Editorg Athletic Association 11g
Civil Defense 11g Tri-Hi-Y Club 11g Marching
Band 10, 11g Concert Band 105 Junior Play
MARGARET JAYNE MORTON
Peggy . . . peppy head cheerleader . . . Green
Flash 11g Athletic Association 10, 11g Tri-Hi-Y
Club 11, 12g Future Teachers of America 10, 11,
12-Vice-President 115 Senior Choir 11, 12g Girls'
Choir 11, 12g Cheerleader 11, 12-Head Cheer-
JEANNETTE ANN NEWSOME
Jeannie . . . the most willing worker to be found
. . . Senior Class Secretaryg National Honor So-
ciety 11, 129 Student Council 12g Green Leaf:
Green Flash 11g Athletic Association 12g Civil
Defense 113 Modern Dance Club 103 Future Teach-
ers of America 10, 11, 12g Senior Choir 11, 123
Junior Play chorusg Senior Play cast.
MARY BETH JOAN
.IUDITH ANN MARIE PANKOWSKI
udy leading color guard at football games
Homeroom Secretary 10g Biology Club-
secretary 12 Civil Defense 113 Tri-Hi-Y Club 103
Color Guard 11, 12-captain 12g Girls' Choir 11,
12 Junior Play chorus.
RICHARD WAYNE PELL
Rick Sink that basket!" . . . Homeroom
Vice President 103 Green Leafg Athletic Associa-
tion 10 11 123 Civil Defense 113 Hi-Y Club 10,
11 12 Varsity Football 10, 11, 12g Varsity Bas-
ketball 11 123 JV Basketball 10g Track 10.
Mr Wolen discovered we didn't have any.
PETER L. OLSON
Pete . . . crawled across the line to win for
Mount Pleasant . . . Student Council 105 Civil
Defense 11g Hi-Y Club 11, 123 Senior Choir 10,
11, 125 Boys' Choir 123 Junior Play entre-actg
Senior Play castg Cross Country 11, 12.
BARBARA LEE PAGE
Barbara . . . the steady typist for the Green Leaf
. . . Civil Defense 11g Distributive Education Club
12 5 Junior Play Usheretteg Senior Play Usheretteg
Green Leaf . . . on week ends or holidays enjoys
bowling or reading.
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BEVERLY ANN PEMBERTON
Beverly . . . leans toward the musical-in both
Senior and Girls' Choirs . . . Civil Defense 115
Typing Club 10g Senior Choir 10, 11, 12g Girls'
Choir 12g Junior play chorus . . . a very fine
.IANICE A. PEPPER
Janice . . . new associate editor of the Green
Flash . . . Green Flash 12-Associate Editorg Tri-
Hi-Y Club 12g Typing Club 105 Junior Play
chorus . . . enjoys a rainy day with a book by
BETTY ANN PERKINS
Betty . . . always smiling . . . Senior Choir 10, 125
Marching Band 11, 125 Concert Band 11, 125
Cadets 11, 125 Dance Band 11, 125 Girls' Choir
11, 125 ,Junior Play chorus . . . distinction of
having been in every musical organization-except
JOSEPH PATRICK PHALAN
Pat . . . one of Senior linemen . . . Homeroom
President 115 Civil Defense 115 Hi-Y Club 10, 115
Rod and Gun Club 105 Junior Playg Varsity Foot-
ball 10, 11, 125 JV Football 105 Varsity Basket-
ball manager 11, 125 Track 10, 11, 12.
Getting up at 6:30 in the morning wasn,t too bad . .
CHARLES MILLER POEL
Charlie . . . M. Pfs All-State Football player . . .
Homeroom Vice-President 105 Student Council 113
Hi-Y Club 11, 12-President 11, 125 Radio and
TV Club 10-Presidentg Junior Play chorusg
Varsity Football 10, 11, 125 Varsity Basketball 115
JV Basketball 105 Golf 10, 11.
VICTOR ALLEN POIRIER
Vic . . . hard working pig of "State Fair" . . .
Civil Defense 115 Hi-Y Club 105 Rod and Gun
Club 115 Boys' Choir 125 Junior Play castg Senior
Play cast . . . an off-beat but riotous sense of
Charles . . . never tiring Green Leaf photographer
. . . Green Leafg Civil Defense Club 115 Radio
and TV Club 10 . . . he has a sharp mind and a
rocket inclined hand.
PATRICIA ANN PYLE
Pat . . . talented in both art and music . . . Civil
Defense Club 115 Senior Choir 10, 11, 125 Junior
Play entre-act . . . many hobbies including read-
ing, dancing, and sports occupy her spare time.
Thais about the time some of us got in.
ROSWITHA ERIKA REBIEWSKI
Rosie . . . German Goodwill Ambassador . . .
Homeroom Vice-President 105 Athletic Association
105 Rod and Gun Club 10-secretary . . . a hard
worker in .Iunior Achievement, also enjoys dancing.
Bill . . . a mean man with a guitar . . . Photography
Club 10 . . . enjoys playing the guitar and read-
ing books by ,Iack Londong also interested in
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NANCY HOPE QUARLES
Nancy . . . of great assistance in the school library
. . . Leisure Reading Club 10-secretaryg Library
Club 125 also enjoys music and collecting post
LAURENCE ALFRED RANIERE
Larry . . . an all-round athlete , . . Class Vice-
President 10, 125 Student Council 11, 125 Athletic
Association 105 Biology Club 105 Civil Defense
Club 115 Hi-Y Club 11-vice presidentg Junior
Play entre-actg Varsity Football 10, 11, 125
Varsity Basketball 11, 125 .IV Basketball 105 Base-
ball 11, 12.
ROGER ANTHONY REYNOLDS
Roger . . . a hard working D.E. student in his
senior year . . . Distributive Education Club 125
Cross Country 115 Golf 11 . . . interested in the
makes and making of automobilesg enjoys art.
SUSAN ELIZABETH REYNOLDS
Susan . . . our German wayfarer . . . Homeroom
Treasurer 105 National Honor Society 11, 125 Stu-
dent Council 10, 11, 125 Green Flash 10, 11-
associate editor 10, 115 Athletic Association 125
Green Leafg Tri-Hi-Y Club 125 Future Teachers
of America 105 Girls' Choir 11, 12.
CAROL LEE REXROAD
Carol . . . indispensable in the library . . . Home-
room Vice-President 109 Biology Club 10g Library
Club 12 . . . an ardent reader who especially
enjoys Nevil Shute's works.
GEORGE F. RICHARDS
George . . . motorcycle boots, black leather
jacket . . . Distributive Education Club 12 . . .
enjoys tinkering with or riding his motorcycle
in his spare time.
And Mrs. Nelson's exclamation after a sticky Butter Bit .
SUZANNE W. RIDGAWAY
Sue . . . a petite little miss . . . she enjoys her
leisure hours by dancing or reading a good book.
FRANK L. ROBERTS III
Robbie . . ener etic hi h salesman in our annual
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magazine drive . . . Rod and Gun Club 103 Base-
ball 10, 11, 12 . . . eager baseball enthusiast.
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JANET C. RICHARDSON
Softball 10, 113 JV Basketball 11.
Basketball 10.9 Baseball 10, 11, 12.
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Janet . . . "meet that deadline" fanatical Green
Leaf editor . . . Homeroom President 11 Student
Council 12g Green Flash 11-exchange editor
Green Leaf-editor-in-chiefg Athletic Association
11g Tri-Hi-Y Club 10, 11, 12-president 10 11
12g Senior Choir 11, 12g Girls' Choir 11 Junior
Play--set designer and entre-actg JV Hockey 11
Bill . . . an all-round athlete . . . Athletic Asso
ciation 10, 11g Hi-Y Club 10, 11, 12g Varsity Foot
ball 10, 11, 12g Varsity Basketball 11 12 JV
JAMES A. ROBINSON
Jim . . . although new in his senior year, a val-
uable edition to our class . . . Aeronautics Club
123 Boys' Choir 12 . . . very interested in elec-
tronics and auto mechanics.
DIANNE J. ROSS
Dianne . . . a newer member of the senior class
who aspires to be a private secretary . . . a wide
variety of outside interests including dancing.
"All the perfumes in Arabia will not sweeten this little hand."
HOPE ELAINE RYON
Hope . . . her hysterical laughter has broken up
many a class . . . Green Flash 123 Tri-Hi-Y Club
103 Future Teachers of America 12 3 Girls' Choir
12: Senior Play cast.
Sandy . . . brains, looks, personality . . . Home
room President 11, 123 National Honor Society 11,
123 Student Council 11g Green Leaf-business
managerg Athletic Association 10, 12-Vice Presi-
dent 123 Biology Club 10-secretaryg Tri-Hi-Y
Club 11, 123 Girls' Choir 11, 123 Varsity Basket-
ball 123 JV Basketball 10, 11g Girls' State Repre-
SUZANN E JANE RUDROW
Suzanne . . . unforgettable as a flapper in our
Senior Play . . . Biology Club 103 Girls' Choir 123
Senior Play cast . . . football and basketball fan,
and especially enjoys swimming.
DALE JEAN RYAN
Dale . . . retumed from a year in Scotland just in
time for an active senior year . . . Homeroom
President 103 Homeroom secretary-treasurer 122
Student Council 10: Biology 12-President3 Tri-
Hi-Y Club 10iChaplain3 Senior Choir 123 Girls'
Choir 12-chairmang Majorette 10, 12.
CALVERT A. SHENTON, JR.
Buddy . . . the businessman of tomorrow . . .
Distributive Education Club 12 . . . enjoys the out-
doors either fishing or hunting, also a sports car
SAMUEL B. SHERLOCK
Sam . . . particularly enjoys English history . . .
Rod and Gun Club 11g Boys' Choir 12 . . . always
pleasant and friendly to everyone.
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GERALD L. SCHWINGER
Jerry . . . noted announcer at our football and
basketball games . . . Athletic Association 125
Radio and TV Club 10, 115 Senior Choir 11, 125
Junior Play-chairman of sound and lighting,
Senior Play cast.
CATHERINE ANN SEYLER
Cathy . . . Mr. Cole's willing warbler . . . Athletic
Association 113 Biology Club 123 Modern Dance
Club 105 Senior Choir 11, 12g Senior Play castg
.lunior Play entre-act . . . loves summertime for
swimming and sailing.
May brought the prom, parties and finals .
Linda . . . her ready smile often brightens one's
day . . . Tri-Hi-Y Club 10, 11, 12 . . . takes an
active interest in the Wilmington Drama Leagueg
enjoys horseback riding and ice skating.
Frannie . . . dependable typist for the Green Flash
10 . . . thrives on Edgar A. Poe, also does much
swimming, dancing, and skating.
Harv . . . run, run, run . . . win, win, win . . .
Biology Club 105 Distributive Education Club 125
Boys' Choir 125 Senior Play cast5 Cross Country
11, 12-captain 125 ,IV Basketball 10 . . . fluent,
glib, chattering, loquacious, etc.
Brett . . . M. P.'s Wilt the Stilz . . . Student
Council 125 Athletic Association 125 Biology Club
105 Hi-Y Club II, I2-Secretary-Treasurer 11, 125
JV Football 105 Cross Country 11, 125 Varsity
Basketball IO, II, 125 Golf 10, 11, 12.
And a severe case of graduation jitters.
Linde . . . our American Field Service student
from Austria was certainly a more than welcome
addition to. our class . . . Student Council 125
Tri-Hi-Y Club 125 Opera and Literature Club 125
Basketball -Manager 12 . . . also enjoys many
Ralph . . . a booming member of Senior Choir
. . . Athletic Association 115 Biology Club 105
Senior Choir 12 . . . spends a good deal of his
spare time working in electronicsg is fond of
Edgar Allen Poe.
CARLA RUTH SPRING
Carla . . . a secretary from the Class of '59 . . . is
fascinated by Edgar Allen Poe's horror stories
especially The Pit and the Pendulum.
Dave . . . kept the baseball team on the ball . . .
Photography Club 105 JV Football 115 Baseball
manager 10, 11 . . . particularly enjoys his part-
time job in a bank.
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JOHN W. STEWART, JR.
Jack . . . the rock rx' roll guitarist who has added
much to school dances . . . Hi-Y Club 103 Varsity
Football manager 10, 113 Marching Band 10 . . .
likes almost all sports-especially hunting and
ANNE V. SULLIVAN
Anne . . . funny in an unusual way . . . Green
Leaf3 Athletic Association 123 Tri-Hi-Y Club 10,
11, 123 Girls' Choir 11, 123 Junior Play chorus3
Senior Play-publicity chairman3 Future Teachers
of America 12- Civil Defense 12.
We will never forget our new schoolg
BERYL LEE TYNDALL
Beryl . . . a splendid secretary . . . Homeroom
Secretary 11g Student Council 103 Green Flash
10 . . . has received several noteworthy awards in
the business department.
.JEAN KENYON VESSELS
.Jean . . . amazing abilities . . . Homeroom Secre-
tary 103 National Honor Society 11, 123 Student
Council 12g Green Leafg Modern Dance Club 10:
Senior Choir 11, 123 Girls' Choir 11, 123 Junior
Play-Student Coordinatorg Senior Play cast.
.JANET ELIZABETH TAYLOR
Janet . . . Miss Music of 1959 . . . Homeroom Sec-
tary-Treasurer 10, 11g National Honor Society 11,
12g Green Leaf-Music and Drama Editor3 Future
Teachers of America 10, 11, 123 Senior Choir Ac-
companist 10, 11, 123 Senior Choir Co-ordinator
123 Concert Band 10, 11, 123 Girls' Choir 11-
Co-ordinator 123 Junior Plays-music directorg
Dance Band 12.
DIANNE L. THOMURE
Dianne . . . a future stenographer from the class
of '59 . . . loves clothes and dancing, also very
interested in reading and movies.
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BRUCE ENN IS WAGONER
Wags . . . a welcome addition to our class . . .
Senior Play castg Cross Country-manager 12 3 di-
versified interests are John Steinbeck and elec-
BARBARA ANN WATSON
Barb . . . bubbling over with enthusiasm for
school activities . . . has many outside interests
including water sports, popular records, and, for
that matter, almost any kind of music.
HARRIET BRYAN WELLS
Harriet . . . a long-stemmed cheerleader . . . Tri-
Hi-Y Club 10, 11, 123 Senior Choir 11, 125 Girls'
Choir 11, 12, Junior Play chorus, Cheerleader
12 . . . fond of outdoor sports.
Allen . . . he toiled for many hours in the school
store . . . Homeroom Vice-President 103 Distribu-
tive Education Club 123 Baseball 10, 11 . . . his
idea of fun is not school.
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Lorraine . . . has pretty, long hair . . . Tri-Hi-Y
Club 105 Distributive Education Club 12 . . . likes
to dance to good music.
MARY LEE WILLIAMS
Mary . . . she's small, but so is a stick of dyna-
mite . . . Future Nurses' Club 11, Rod and Gun
Club 105 Junior Play chorus . . . interested in
music and enjoys Edith Wharton's novels.
NANCY WILLIAMS JOANNE WOOD CAROLE WYLIE
Nancy . . . an outstanding Senior Joanne . . . an enigmatic personal- Carol - - - f011l1d Mr- W0len's chem-
Choir soloist . . . Senior Choir 10, ity . . . Nurses' Club 11, 12 . . . iSU'Y 0135505 enchanting - - - Fllfllre
11, 12g Cadets 10, 11 . . . also en- very fond of dancing and music. Nurses' Club 10: OICIICSUB 10 . - -
joys novels by Lloyd C. Douglas. Eeadlg a ggireat deal, especially Lloyd
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OUR ALMA MATER
Hail, All hail to thee, Mount Pleasant,
Loud thy praises ring.
May God's blessings smile upon thee,
We, her students sing.
May the brightness of her glory,
N ever, never fail.
We are true to thee, Mount Pleasant.
Hail! to thee all hail!
As So homores we were the "little ones" of the school
On an October day in 1956, the Class of '59 had its first Sophomore Class meeting. Our business was to prove to the
Senior High that we underclassmen could outclass anybody. John Creighton was our President, Larry Raniere, Vice-
President, Roberta Downs, Secretary, and Dutch Holsinger, Treasurer. Our advisors were Mrs. Botello, Mrs. Mor-
gan, and Mr. DeAngelis.
Our first class project, a bake sale, was a community-wide success. ln fact, we might have put the "Three Little Bakersl'
out of business if we had not eaten so much of our profits.
Who could ever forget our fabulous seafood dinner-those
moments when there just wasn't enough food to go around
or when the boys got udishpanv hands from doing an un-
After long weeks of preparation, mostly in in the cellar
of one of our classmates, we held our Sophomore Hop. The
Hawaiian oceanside theme prevailed, from tall palm trees
to a large octopus and fish-net ceiling, in which the decora-
tion committee caught quite a few fish. The '4Artists" sup-
plied the eveningls music while our own classmates enter-
tained. It was a night to remember, the last big event of a
year to remember.
Our first officers
,. high, .
At a dance
The Class of '59 in their rousing Junior Year
John Creighton again led us in our ,lunior year, aided by officers Jim Hague, Roberta Downs, and Dutch Holsinger.
Miss Ethel Roe and Mr. Wayne Pollari advised us well.
First we got the whole gang together, eating pizza, at the Junior Party, where even the boys wore bermudas! Jack
Barry spun the discs while we danced under the watchful eyes of Hschmoosf' After that night, our class was ready
to pull together again for another successful year.
December 14 marked the date of our first dance, "Heavenly Dazef, still remembered by many as one of the best dances
of the year. Saint Pete and his helpful cherub fPete Reynolds and Lauren ,lonesj guarded the golden gate into the celes-
l A few months later we came down to earth with a
fabulous dance attended by people from all over our
terrestrial ball. It was "Rock Around the World."
That spring Broadway came to the Mount Pleasant stage
when we Juniors put on our play, "State Fair." In spite of
snow, we put on three performances of acting, singing, and
dancing. We'll always have our own memories of the days
before the play and the events' backstage on the "big
Remember that spring day when our class rings finally
came? Miss Roe certainly can, since we asked her about
them every day for a month!
In May came prom-time. The big event was held in our
new gym, and in spite of the lack of our vital decoration
piece, a rainbow maker, all had a wonderful time.
After those never-to-be-forgotten examinations, we left
with many memories for the summer vacation.
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Hague was the new V.P.
Dooley, Cruser and Brown in the memorable "State Fair"
A History of our glorious Senior Activities
As well as being the first class to graduate from the new high school, the Class of 1959 has many other credits to its
The Seniors, orginators of annual class parties, held theirs early in the year.
Plans for the Sadie Hawkins Dance were immediately undertaken. The dance, complete with Hstillf' Daisy Mae, and
Abner, was held on October 11.
A brilliant star emerged on the Mount Pleasant stage when Roberta Johnson became "light', for "Gentlemen Prefer
Blondes." After three evenings of performing and "open-housingf' the weary Seniors dimmed their theatrical lights
and returned to their books.
ln keeping with the holiday season, the Seniors sold
6'lVIrs. l,eland,s Butter Bitsv by the gross.
Then carrie Senior themesg need we say more? . . .
ln the midst of all this work, came "The Chinese New
Yearf, The dragons and noodles created a novel atmosphere.
Spring came along with college acceptances and the
Senior Carnival. Susan and Kenny donned their ten-gallon
hats and led us by the nose around the Corral.
The fluffiest affair of the year was the Senior Ball. After
a hectic week-end, we headed straight for finals.
-None of these activities would have been so successful
without the help given us by our advisors, Mrs. "I think
one week is adequate time to complete these themes"
Nelson and lVlr. '4Homo Sapiens" DeAngelis.
BusiestvJohnny and Janet.
Best Politicians+Janet and Tom.
Most Unprerlictable-Dutch and
Most lntriguing -Jim and Elsa.
Vivian Adams, 39 North Stuyvesant Drive,
Nancy Ahlum, 1211 Norbee Drive, Normandy
Sandra Anderson, 1001 Prospect Avenue,
Bettie Ashby, 19 East Dale Road, Northfield
Janice Ashby, 206 Smyrna Avenue, Gwin-
Bill Ashby, 1404 Carson Road, Green Acres
Kathleen Axenroth, 118 Carlie Road, Lynn-
Ralph Bankert, 410 Garland Road, North-
Randolph Barker, 24 Homewood Road, Lynn-
Susan Bebout, 6 Winding Lane, Penny Acres
Sulslai Benner, 10 White Oak Road, Edgewood
Gregg Berndt, 312 Beverly Place, Hillcrest
Sandra Bixler, 516 Marsh Road, North Hills
David Blair, 28 South Stuyvesant Drive, Edge-
Barbara Boekoven, 1202 Hillside Avenue,
Ellen Brady, 1000 Hillside Blvd., Carreroft
Chris Briscoe, 225 Philadelphia Pike
James Brooks, 1508 Philadelphia Pike
Allan Brown, 1209 Greenway Road, Forwood
David Brown, 17 Silverside Road
William Bruce, 1212 Warwickshire Drive,
Thomas Brunner, 1313 Newcomb Road, Green
Wilson Buchanan, 42 Eastview Lane, Clifton
Herbert Cadden, 108 Beeson Avenue, Hill-
Howard Cahoon, 2205 Lincoln Avenue, Gwin-
Janet Calhoun, 2100 Garfield Avenue
Donald Campbell, 2001 Grant Avenue, Gwin-
Joseph Carl, 6 Ridgeland Road, Lynnfield
Eric Carlson, 52 Paschall Road, Shellborne
Geoffrey Chappell, 1315 Oberlin Road, Green
Gerald Cole, 1432 Emory Road, Green Acres
Kay Collins, Bldg. 39, Apt. 1, Clifton Park
Janet Coote, 1418 Carson Road, Green Acres
Sally Cox, 54 Baynard Blvd., Shellborne
John Creighton, 2 South Stuyvesant Drive,
Roger Cruser, 912 Haines Avenue, Gordon
Judith Cutler, 301 Maple Avenue, Phillips
Charles Cycyk, 801 Sonora Avenue, Villa
Dalice Darling, 1004 Marion Avenue, Belle-
Robert Dawson, 1002 Elizabeth Avenue, Belle-
Loretta Denny, 13 North Rodney Drive, Edge-
Ben Detwiler, 1203 Redleaf Road, Carrcroft
Bonnie Dohl, 913 Grandview Avenue, Belle-
Anna Lee Dooley, 800 Seville Avenue, Villa
Ramon Dougan, 616 West 20th Street
Roberta Downs, 703 Phillips Avenue, Phillips
Carol Ebert, 1411 Windybush Road, Windy-
.John Ernsberger, 13 Cragmere Road, Grag
Linda Eubank, 1102 Greenway Road, For-
Paul Fahey, 7 Salisbury Drive, Edgemoor
Raynclle Falkenau, 9 Cragmere Road, Crag
William Ferry, 1215 Hillside Boulevard, Carr-
George Frank, 207 Philadelphia Pike
Margit Fuchs, 47 North Rodney Drive, Edge-
William Gledhill, 500 Crest Road, Garrcroft
Alex Grant, 319 Springhill Avenue, Hillcrest
James Griffin, 706 Bellevue Road, Bellvue
Sarah Griffith, 32 West Salisbury Drive, Edge-
Ersin Gurun, 1317 River Road
James Hague, 106 Brandwine Blvd., Edgewood
Claire Hale, 605 Greenfield Place, Bellevue
James Hijar, 1516 Athens Road, Green Acres
Robert Hijar, 1516 Athens Road, Green Acres
Hildegarde Hinkel, 1306 Newcomb Road,
Dutch Holsinger, 217 Baynard Blvd., Carr-
Carol Holslen, 402 Grove Avenue, Bellefonte
Calvin Horn, 4670 Malden Drive, Liftwood
Kenneth Horne, 1611 Walton Road, Mayfield
Reginald Horton, 408 River Road
Jeanne Huber, 1206 Virginia Road, Hilltop
Martha Humphrey, 618 Silvcrside Road
Carol Lcc Hurst, 122 Carlie Road, Lynnfield
Elsa Johnson, 13 Stoney Run Road, Dclaire
Roberta Johnson, 525 Hanover Road, North
Lauren Jones, 911 Liftwood Road, Liftwood
Caroline Kandle, 4 Rodman Road, Gordon
Jo Ann Kelly, 717 Woodsdale Road, Bellvue
Anita Kelsey, 1506 Solon Drive, Bellvue Manor
June Kessler, 107 Ruth Street, Wilmington
Barbara King, 1421 Kynlyn Drive, Kynlyn
Wallace Kirby, 1305 Hilltop Avenue, Wood-
Francis Knox, 814 Woodsdale, Bellvicw Manor
Albert Kretschmer, 106 North Road, Linda-
Andrew Kriss, 508 Marion Avenue, Bellefonte
Margery Lang, 701 River Road, Riverside
Kay Lanius, 6 Beekman Road, Edgemoor
Elaine Lanning, 1400 Fresno Road, Green
Joe A. Lattomus, 3 Corrine Ct., Villa Monterey
Carole Lines, 48 Baynard Blvd., Shellburne
Lynn Lippert, 2005 Woodbrook Drive, West-
Traey Lord, 1007 Highland Avenue, Bellefonte
Gerry MacManus, 411 Hillcrest Avenue, Belle-
James Daniel MacMurray, 1206 Redleaf Road,
Patricia Maier, 24 Holly Hill Road, Holly Hill
Lynn Malloch, 105 South Road, Lindamere
.lohn Malone, 1702 Pennrock, Pennrock
John Maloney, 1430 Emory Road, Green Acres
Nancy Marvel, 600 Silverside Road
Diana Mask, 605 River Road, Riverside Gar-
Fred Maslovich, 303 East Hollyoak Road
Edward Mather, 1215 Brandywine Blvd., Belle-
William McLane, 514 Crest Road, Carrcroft
Eleanor McCormack, 204 South Road, Linda-
Kitty McDonald, 1206 Covington Road, Carr-
Evelyn McDonnell, 5 North Cannon Drive,
Julia McMaster, 827 Montico Road, Green-
Jane McQueen, 4800 Washington Blvd.
Joan Mendenhall, 500 Baynard Blvd., Carr-
Phyllis Milton, 811 Fairview Avenue, Belle-
Roberta Montague, 308 Chestnut Avenue, Hill-
Malcolm Moore, 121 North Road, Lindamere
Virginia Morris, 912 Grandview Avenue, Belle-
Margaret Morton, 502 Springhill Avenue,
Michael Naumowich, 2202 Lincoln Avenue,
Jeannie Newsome, 1502 Athens Road, Green
Mary Nuttall, 111 North Road, Lindamere
.loan Ogden, 211 Harker Avenue, Liftwood
Peter Olson, 1201 Greenhill Avenue, Hollyoak
Barbara Page, 203 East Delaware Avenue,
.ludith Pankowski, 8 Walnut Lane, Holly Oak
Richard Pell, 307 Marsh Road, Hillcrest
Beverly Pemberton, 2005 Grant Avenue, Gwin-
Janice Pepper, 1203 Brandywine Blvd., Belle-
Betty Perkins, 185 Brandywine Blvd., Edge-
Patrick Phalan, 1023 Wilson Road, Graylyn
Frances Piance, 28 Delaware Avenue, Gwin-
Charles Poel, 1210 Bruce Road, Carrcroft
Victor A. Poirier, 6003 Governor Printz Blvd.,
Patricia Ann Pyle, 1506 Emory Road, Green
Nancy H. Quarles, 1226 Evergreen Road, Carr-
Larry Raniere, 1104 Norbee Drive, Normandy
Roswitha Rebiewski, 1202 Brandywine Blvd.,
Billy Reeves, 7 Clayton Court, Edgemoor Gar-
Carol Lee Rexroad, 1000 Highland Avenue,
Roger Reynolds, 39 South Rodney Drive,
Susan Reynolds, 505 River Road, Lindamere
George Richards, 2119 Largo Road, Oaklane
Janet Richardson, 3 Guest Lane, Cragmere
Sue Ridgaway, 1123 Brandywine Blvd., Belle-
William Rickards, 30 South Rodney Drive,
Frank L. Roberts, 312 Rodman Road, Gordon
.lames Robinson, 1915 Longcome Drive, Gray-
lyn Crest III
Diane Ross, 29 Pennwell Drive, Edgemoor
Susanne Rudrow, 19 Hesslers Lane
Dale Ryan, 1204 Carr Road, Woodside Manor
Hope Elaine Ryon, 107 Villa Place
Gerald Schwinger, 1403 Brandywine Blvd.,
Calvert Shenton, 302 Holly Oak Road, Gwin-
Samuel Sherlock, Bldg. 9, Apt. 6, Clifton Park
Catherine Seyler, 1913 Beechwood Drive,
Linda Slaton, 1307 Grinnell Road, Green
Frances R. Smith, 1815 Philadelphia Pike,
Harvey Smith, 1102 Hillside Road, Holly Oak
Brett Sneed, 2400 Philadelphia Pike, Claymont
Carla Spring, 10 West Salisbury Drive, Edge-
David Starkey, 302 Beechwood Drive, Gordon
Ralph Stephenson, 1007 Marion Avenue, Belle-
Jack Stewart, 114 Philadelphia Pike, Hill-
Siglinde Steiner, 1506 Brandywine Blvd., Belle-
Ann Sullivan, 18 Cragmere Road, Cragmere
Janet Taylor, 9 South Stuyvesant Drive, Edge-
Diane Thomure, 112 River Road, Gordon
Beryl Tyndall, 1505 Philadelphia Pike
.lean Vessels, 600 Silverside Road
Bruce Wagoner, 913 Shipley Road, Liftwood
Wayne Walker, 20 West Salisbury Drive,
Barbara Watson, 17 Paynter Drive, Edgemoor
Harriett Wells, 209 Churchill Drive, Carrcroft
Allan White, 1211 Fairview Avenue, Holly
Lorraine Williams, 2302 Garfield Avenue,
Mary Lee Williams, 2101 Garfield Avenue,
Nancy Williams, 508 Woodside Avenue, Wood-
Joanne Wood, 1208 Bruce Road, Carrcroft
Carol Wylie, 213 Philadelphia Pike
Most Collegiate-Lynn and Char-
Best Adapted to Cafeteria Food
-Barbara and Fred.
Take Longest Chances-Hope
Most Optimistic-Janet and Ray.
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The penultimate activity ol the Class of l60 was the one which brought the greatest profit and pleasure to this ener-
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1c class participated.
The Juniors organized early in Septcmlmcr with Miss Ethel lioe and Mr. Wayrie Pollari serving as advisors. The officers
lecled for the year were llolmert Wariicer, Presiclentg Mike Wilscmii, Vice-Presidentg Trudy Ware, Secrctaryg and David
The executive committee. made up of one delegate from each eleventh grade homeroom, consisted of Eddie Brown,
l-lg Carolyn Crowl, ll-2g Rarlmara Derrickson, ll-3g Bob Uotwals, ll-flig Mary Ann Knight, ll-5g Betsy Mertz, ll-6g
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er: a dance, the 'Soo Shuf' in llecemherg a dance, 4'Heart Calleryw in Fclmruaryg and the Junior Prom in May.
'llhe long-awaited class rings, which the Mount Pleasant Juniors proudly displayed during the last months of school, put
ie finishing touches on a truly wonderful year.
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magnet on that first day . . . Foothall, hockey.
and Cross Country got underway almost as fast
as the classes did. The Cheerleaders sponsored
the first danec, "The Foothall" . . . and the
Seniors went down the line with the English Kings.
The sports that hegan in Septeinher were actu-
ally played in Octolmer. and what great contests
they were. The girls had a night at the Hsadie
Hawkins llancef, and the 6'Harvest Ballw was
highlighted hy the crowning of the lovely Harvest
Queen, Peggy Morton.
"The Beatf' the Student Council Dance. was
mild compared to the excitement we endured
when we beat P. S. tBeware Pierrej. After
Robertals winning performance. in the Senior
Play, Gentlemen Definitely Preferred Blondes.
Winter Months Brought Much Hard Work
This month was highlighted by our much
needed Christmas vacation, but not until we had
attended the 6'Sno Shuf' the 4'Holiday Ball," at
which the Dance Band made its debut, and the
beautiful Candlelight Service.
After the fireworks and the endless rounds of
New Year's Eve parties, we returned to school
for the '4Blaekboard Bluesf, The Student Coun-
cil's :Snow Ball" brought out the pretty dresses
and handsome boys. High spot of the month was
the Choir-Show-in-the-Round, HlVlusic, Musik,
Musique," with its Viennese Waltz finale.
When we wererft in the libraries working on
Senior themes lion subjects that varied from
Conrad to Caldwell on 3x5 eardsl, we found
time to attend the 'Llleart Gallery." Our basket-
ball triumphs over Conrad l'66-59ll and Sallies
470-6ll were perhaps the most rewarding eve-
nings we had had in some time. We ended the
month by celebrating the 'gflhinese New Yearw
in the M. P. Cafeteria.
ipring' Brought Many Activities, and F inally- Commencement
The Juniors finally came into their own on
March l2 when they presented 'clknnie Get Your
Gun." Kathie Kately was enchanting . . . exciting
. . . and hewiteliingn-Tlie laeully game provided
the usual numher of laughs while the Spring
Concert provided theusual numlwr of fine musical
After a long. hard winter, we welcomed Spring
sports and the Green Flash Dance. The Seniors
were in a mad frenzy preparing for the Senior
Carnival. Senior name cards were flying 'gfast
and furiousf' and comnieneement announcements
were mailed to all rich relatives.
We realized that school was coming to end with
the crowning of the May Queen at the May Dance.
There was never a Senior Carnival like this one.
Tensions ran high during the Student Council
elections. Wheii we danced at the Sophomore
Hop. the Junior Prom. and the Senior Ball, we
knew that all we had to look forward to were
in our new schocl
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THE GREEN FLASH Became uthe Paper to Readv
The erudite advisor of The Green Flash, Mr. Kenneth Schomborg.
Our school newspaper, the Green Flash, has under-
gone many important changes this year under the leader-
ship of Judy Cutler. Editor-in-Chief, and Linda Eulvank,
Managing Editor. The size of the staff has increased,
and many new features have heen added. ln addition
the staff has worked hand-in-hand with the recently
organized journalism class, and under the direction of
Mr. Sehomhorg, has produced a high rankingpuhliea-
Besides having published a paper eight times a year,
the staff also sponsored a traditional danee at which
Miss Green Flash was crowned.
The memlmers of the Green Flash staff have worked
hard to reach their goal--to puhlish a newspaper that
would give an authentic and interesting summary of the
activities of our school and surroundings. They pledged
themselves to the best interests of our student hody and
Three industrious "ladies of the press," Holsten, Cutler, Eubank.
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Linda, Susan and Ersin inspect the traditional Christmas tree.
This past summer, through the Ameriean Fit-Irl
Service program, I had the privilege of living two
months with a German family. My new family
included Mr. and Mrs. Schwinn and Si:-zsi, my
17-year-old sister. Our home was in the picturesque
little town of Regen, high in the Bavarian moun-
tains. Here I was ahle to gain hy firsthand experi-
ence an insight of what European lifc is really
like. The warmheartedness, humhleness, sincerity.
and friendliness of the German people overshad-
owed trivial differences. which l!I'0l1glll me to real-
ize that people throughout the world are so much
alike. Through my experience I have really come
to see the hope of world peace in the motto of
the American Field Service. "Walk together, talk
together, O. ye peoples of the earthg then and
only then shall ye have peace."
Mount Pleasant Through A.F.S.
I come from Baslen near Vienna, Austria, where I
lttended a girls' school of about 500, called Gym-
lasium. In the tenth grade I tried out for a scholar-
ship of the American Field Service to spend one
rear in America, to live with a family and to attend
At the end of July, I left my parents and my two
Jrothers at the station in Vienna knowing that I
vould not see them now for one year. But what did
t matter when I thought of all the lovely things
hat were before me?
After a wonderful journey over the Atlantic
Jcean, I was welcomed by the charming family with
L son and two daughters who were going to be
ny brother and sisters for the year. The two older
nnes attend college, but Patsy, a junior at Mt.
?leasant, has been my friend and companion
hroughout the year.
I was proud to be with Ersin, one of the first
exchange students in the new school, which I think
s ever so pretty, and I am also thankful to be
tble to attend one of the very best schools in this
tate. I also want to express my appreciation to all.
eachers as well as pupils, who have been so nice to
ne throughout the year and have made it a wonder-
ul time for me.
I am a Turkish boy. My family consists of my
arents, my sister, and me. My father, Behlul Gurun,
a a teacher of physics at Manisa Lisesi, and my
mother, Semika Curun, teaches mathematics there.
ly little sister has just begun Primary School, and
am in the second class of Lise. fldise is a school
aving nearly the same classes as those of high
All of us take great care not to live a dull life.
caching and learning take a great part of our
me. The rest is spent on visiting, going to the
nema, and other activities at home.
I enjoy reading novels and classical books as
ell as my school books. I have played basketball in
ir school team five times at home. I took part in
vme other activities of our school. I was a member
' the committee of discipline and the leader of
my scouts. One of my activities out of school was to
ay outside left lat football? ,as an amateur. I
njoy music and drawing also.
I have no exact plans for the future. After gradu-
ing from Lise, I will continue my education to be
mechanical engineer. My greatest wish is to serve
y country and mankind as a mechanical engineer
.d leave works behind me.
I wish to let Americans know my homeland,
irkey, and us Turks better. and by doing this I
:lieve I shall help my country and a new life
tter, and to get acquainted with students of many
Mmmvf anim sdeiid
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Mount Pleasant Was Represented at Boys and Gtrls State
Boys' and Girls' State, sponsored by the
American Legion Auxiliary, are two organiza-
tions each composed of two juniors from every
high school in the state of Delaware.
These selected young people work side by
side with the government officials in both the
city and state govemments. lt is an excellent
opportunity for youth to see their government
in operation and actually participate in its
Those people who represented Mount Pleas-
ant High School in Boys' State were ,lohn
Creighton and James Hagueg Girls' State, San-
dra Salzenberg and Raynelle Falkenau.
Boys' State was held on June 11-16, 1958,
and Girls' State on June 23-27, 1958. Dover
Air Force Base and Dover College were living
quarters for the boys and girls respectively
during this period.
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They Aid Sports
The purpose of our Athletic Asso- Allan.
ciation is to sponsor and maintain
an educational interscholastic ath-
letic program in harmony with the
philosophy adopted by the school.
The officers this year were Al-
lan Brown, president, Sandra Sal-
zenberg, vice-president, N i c k y
Tighe, secretary, and Bob Dawson,
Among the many activities of this
year's organization were the annual
magazine drive, the concessions at
our football and basketball games,
and the annual May Dance, as well
as the sponsoring of all athletic pro-
grams. Mr. Howard Parsons advised
the Athletic Association through a
very successful year in our new
Allan Brown, Bob Dawson, Sandy Salzenberg, Raynelle Falkenau, Lynn Lippert, Jean Newsome, Rick Pell, Eric Carlson,
Ellen Brady, Carol Latimore, Susan Davis, Ann Colson, Beth Powrie, Barbara Bonesteel, Ann Sullivan, Susan Reynolds,
Jerxy Schwinger, Elsa Johnson, Carol Skullnic, Judy Alexander, Susan McClain, Lucy Wells, Diane George, Tom Baehr,
Tom Buchanan, Bruce Kenton, Tom Paton, John Gibbons, Dave Potter, Arthur Wilcox, Bob Marvel, Tom Colbourne, David
Morris, Howard Duffy.
Our Clubs Ran the Gamut From Library to Opera
The Library Club trains those
who are interested in helping
with the routine tasks of keeping
:he library program functioning
smoothly for the benefit of the stu-
ients. The club's activities intend-
zd to promote an awareness of the
mportance of the library in the
school program. Mount Pleasant
was represented at the State Libr-
try Aide Conference in April at
Jrsuline Academy. Miss Marilyn
I. Knodel was the advisor of this
The aims of the Philosophy Club
were to investigate the thinkings
:ff philosophers of the past as a
basis for forming concepts for
zoday. The discussions were pri-
narily to define philosophy and
so read the works of Plato,
Socrates, and Aristotle. Mr. Ken-
neth Schomborg was the club's
JPERA AND LITERATURE
All opera fans were given a
:ordial invitation by Mr. Frank
Siamboy to join the Opera and
Qiterature Club. The members be-
:ame familiar with the grandest
rf the arts and the men who com-
Josed such greats as La Boheme.
Wumerous trips to Philadelphia
vere made by this group to at-
end both concerts and operas. In
'anuary, they attended a perform-
.nce of "La Boheme," in February,
L Renata Tebaldi concert, and a
verformance of "The Pearl Fish-
Elsa Johnson, Vivian Newton, Jim Thomas, Conrad Abell, Madelyn McGee, Lee Todd, Carol
Rexroad, Heiress Stevens, and Miss Knodel.
,Ion Hopkins, Sandy Howe, Mr. Schomborg, Arthur Cohen, .lim Hijar, and George Gray.
.Ieannee Huber, Linde Steiner, Malcolm Moore, Bruce Wagoner, Alex Grant, and Mr. Ciamboy.
We Had T ri-Hi-Y for the Girls
SENIOR TBI-HI-Y CLUB
Miss Betsy Fritze advised the senior group of the Tri-Hi-Y this year. The clubjs purpose is to create and maintain
high standards of Christian character throughout home, school, and community. The girls sponsored two canteens after
basketball games and sold Christmas trees for the Wise lVlen's Club. The officers were Janet Richardson, presidentg Susan
Bebout, vice-presidentg Wallace Kirby, secretaryg Bettie Ashby, treasurerg and Judith Cutler, chaplain.
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The junior group of the Tri-Hi-Y, under Miss Helen Merrill, had a varied program this year. There were service and
money-making projects, swimming parties, a Thanksgiving dance, and a weekend trip to Gettysburg College. The
officers were Anne Colson, presidentg Joyce Ryan, vice-presidentg Carolyn Redmile, secretaryg Barbara Caney, treasurerg
and Lucy Weber, chaplain.
and Hi-Y for the Boys
SOPHOMORE TRI-HI-Y CLUB
Miss Johnson and the sophomore group
of the Tri-Hi-Y have had a prosperous year
filled with service, social, and educational
Jrojects. The officers were Judy Horne, prasi-
ientg Sue Sharp, vice-president, Doris Poirier,
secretary, Diane Crowley, treasurer, and Mary
The Hi-Y Club was concerned with the
nental and spiritual development of its mem-
Jers. Under Mr. Wayne Pollari and Charles
Poel, the club's president, the boys participated
.n projects to serve the community, the church,
md the school. Its activities included a car
vash for the club's treasury, donations for
he World Relief Fund, and Christmas tree
Lales for the Y.M.C.A.
KINGSMEN HI-Y CLUB
After the organization's first meeting, the
Cingsmen began to gain momentum. They had
ieveral speakers, movies, discussion and inter-
:lub sports. The largest of which was a basket-
mall league between all the Hi-Y clubs of the
Wilmington area. The Kingsmen had a record
if 3-1 at the time of this report.
The club was made up of Juniors and
iophomores who were planning for numer-
ius activities for the spring and also for
ext year7s program.
This year's officers were Paul S. Mullin,
resident, James Hourihan, vice-president,
lloyd Taylor, secretary-treasurer, and Steve
mith, chaplain. The Kingsmen are advised
y Mr. Charles Kingsley, a Wilmington in-
Janet Guthrie, Sandy Heath, Doris Poirier, Judy Showers, Susan Kinkaid, second
row: Donna May Short, Diane Crowley, Judy Horne, Sue Sharp, Mary Provan,
Dottie Rogers, Miss Johnson.
First row: Bill McClaine, Larry Raniere, Dave Blair, Bill Bruce, Fred Maslovich,
second row: .lohn Malone, Charlie Poel, Mr. Pollari, Rick Buchanan, Jim Mc-
Murray, and Gregg Berndt.
First row: Mike Wilson, Jeff Taylor, Pete Hill, Steve Smith, Steve Maslovich,
second row: Ronald Paisley, Paul Mullin, Tom Otto, and Jim Hourihan.
Mr. Boucher Displayed His Versatility
Herb Cadden, Ted Knox, Jim Johnston, Tom Brunner, Jim Griffin, Jeannie Newsome, John
Creighton, Eric Carlson, Jon Hopkins, and Mr. Boucher.
Mr. Wolen, Jim Mearns, John Hofmann, George Steinrock, Howard Cahoon, Joe Brumbly, Hans
Vorhauer, Jeff Taylor, San Wharry, Joe Lodge, Ricky White, Tom Richmond, and George Stone.
The Math Club serves to
promote interest in mathe-
matics at Mount Pleasant and
to provide an organization
where students can pursue
their interest in math. Under
the direction of William
Eric Carlson, president, John
Hopkins, vice-president, and
Ted Knox, secretary-treasurer,
the club promoted the Dela-
ware Math Contest.
Films and discussions con
cerning the various phases 0'
flight highlighted the Aero
nautics Club's program. Mr
Robert Wolen hoped to stimu-
late an interest in aviation tc
the club's air-inclined mem-
bers. The officers were Howl
ard Cahoon, president, and
Thomas Richmond, secretary.
From Math to Chess
THE CIVIL DEFENSE CLUB
The Civil Defense Club wa:
formed to conduct orderly ant
efficient air raid drills. The clul
s led by captain Lee Mackey an:
ldvised by William Boucher.
Checkmate! Fun and competi-
Qon exist for those chess-minded
idividuals with Mr. William
Poucher as their instructor. The
Ihess Club's goal was to keep an
iterest in chess through continu-
us playing for a top spot on the
ltings. Herb Cadden was cap-
in of the Chess Club this year.
First row: Randy Fletcher, Pat Minker, Sara Colborne, Linda Allman, Janet Carlson, Ann
Colson, Barbara Caney, second row: Jim Mearns, Dennis Jorgensen, Jeff Jones, Ken Cole, Lucy
Webber, Linda Hahn, and Cary Rickards, third row: Mr. Boucher, Conrad Abell, Brooks
Bigelow, Richard Markham, George Cray, Joe Lodge, Bill Taylor, Arthur Cohen, Edwin Dane,
Steve Scott, Dennis Bricker, Jon Hopkins.
Mr. Boucher, Lynn Kralovic, Allan Roblou, Herb Cadden, Alex Grant, Vic Poirier, Dennis
Bricker, Eddie Mather, Bruce Wagoner, Hans Vorhauer, Malcolm Moore, and Mike Gibbons.
We Learned to Skate ficej .
Bonnie Dohl, Nancy Ahlum, Margie Lang, Janice Ashby, Rose Paolinelli, Ruth Green, Sandra
Anderson, Linda Clark, Kathy Allen, Barbara Emmons, Jane Hill, Mrs. Walker, and Carol Holsten.
First row: Betsy Delker, Kitty Quarles, Marcia Harte, Roslyn Akin, Janet Johnson, second row:
Vera Lee Steirle, Sandy Anderson, Nancy Ahlum, Ann Putney, Susie Magness, Janet Carlson.
Third row: Sue Benson, Arlene Layson, Joanne Slocomb, Ann Davis, Ginny Mace, Bonnie
Premeaux, Joann Ryan, fourth row: Miss Sutherland, Rita Castle, Mary Burkel, Marianne
'05 Lawrence, Barbara Derrickson, Emilie Chaddock, and Lucy Wells.
FUTURE NURSES' CLUB
The Future Nurses, Club
will always be remembered as
sponsor of the annual Christ-
mas tree trimmed with gifts
for the mentally ill. Other ac-
tivities of this organization
included field trips to Wil-
mington hospitals, service
projects, and programs pre-
sented by guest speakers. Mrs
Virginia Walker, our schoo
nurse, has ably advised the
group. The officers were Bon!
nie D'ohl, president, Barbara
Emmons, vice-president, Jani
ice Ashby, secretary, anc
Margie Lang, treasurer.
Among the new club
formed at Mount Pleasant wa
the Skating Club. Its officer
were Susie Magness, presf
dent, Ann Putney, vice-pres
dent, and Marianne Lawrence
secretary. Miss Ann Suthel
land served as faculty advisol
The club was started by
group of girls who enjoyei
skating and wished to lear:
more about this popula
Each Thursday the clui
went to Price Run Rink fo
lessons and fun. Several of th
group participated in the lc
Carnival held at that rink i
And Biology for Those Who Wanted More
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lfor students who arc inter-
ested in lrusiness, the llistri-
hutive l'ldui'ation Cluh has
heen formed. The nicmliers
:onduct meetings in which
they discuss various aspects
if lnusincss. A trip at the end
ml the ycar to New York was
Being planned. Officers of the
flulm this ycar were Reginald
llorlon, presidentg Donald
iamphell, vice - president,
lohn lVlalon, treasurerg Lo-
'etta Denney, secretary g
george Richards, sergeant-ab
zrmsg Allen White, parlia-
nentarian, and Paul Fahey,
eporter. Mr. Christiansen
icted as advisor to this club.
The Biology Cluh and its
tdvisors. Mr. Anthony De-
lngelis and Mr. John Michal-
ewiz, aim to promote in its
nemhers a hetter understand-
ng and appreciation of oneis
:elf and one's environment.
Tield trips to various places
if scientific nature. speakers,
and films found their part in
he cluhis program. The of-
licers were Dale Ryan, presi-
dent: Tony Treadwell, vice-
president: Judith Pankowski,
secretary: and Thomas Col-
Scrltefl: Sarah Griffith, Janet Calhoun, ,lim Brooks, Barbara Page, Lorraine Williams, Mil:
Naumowich, Loretta Dcnney, Fred Maslovich, Dave Brown, Don Campbell, Harvey Smith, Allen
White, Reggie Horton, Buddy Shenton, standing: Mr. Christiansen, Bill Reeves. Roger Reynolds,
John Malone, Paul Fahey, George Frank. Charles Cycyk, and Chris Briscoe.
First row: Edward Crossan, Bill DeVrys, Bill Bradford, Hunter Downs, Tony Treudwcll, Dale
Ryan, Judy Pankowski, Ginny Massara, second row: Marcia Hart, Roslyn Akin, Paul Akell,
Mr. Michalcewiz, Pat Murray, Gretchen Webb, Janie Woodford, Arda Ashlvy, Mr. Dt-Angclis,
Ckaik Wells, .leff Jones.
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groups were sr-cn mainly slur-
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engagements cluring the year.
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"Annie Get Your Gunn Was Junior Play
On March 12, 13, 14, the Class of '60 upheld the tradition established by past classes by presenting a colorful production of the
popular Broadway hit. "Annie Get Your Gun." Heading a large company, Kathie Kateley and Charles Holder earned personal success
as Annie and Frank.
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Fletcher, coordinatorg Dan Carson, stage manager.
Much faculty assistance was given by Mr. Hoberg, who attended to scenery and publicity. Mr. Wiebe, Miss Roe, Mr. Pollari and Mr.
Cole all helped in a big way.
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3oth teams fought hard, for the victor would be the first leader of the conference. A 44-17 victory over Brown Vocational chris-
ened the new Mount Pleasant athletic field.
High point of the year was the impressive 13-7 victory over P. S. duPont, the first win for us in the series. All year the Green
Inights' spirit never died and fine team work and sportsmanship prevailed.
JAMES HUARfNo. 58
Played center for the team the
last two years . . . Hampered in
senior year by a broken arm . . .
played mostly offense . . . Won
varsity letter as senior.
LARRY RANIERE-No. 416
Two-year letter-winner . . . Work
horse of offensive team . . . Out-
standing defensive linebacker . . .
Q36 points in high school career . . .
Gained over 200 yards in Brandy-
GEORGE FRANK---No. 71
Came out for footlrall in Senior
year . . . An outstanding defensive
guard but saw limited action on
offense . . . Did a fine jolt against
Senior Green Knights
Made History on Gridiron
RICK PELL-No. 56
Two-year letter winner . . . Team punter
who average 35.2 yards . . . Longest punt
in Brandywine game, 63 yards . . . Also
saw some defensive action.
BILL McCLANE4No. 65
A product of Atlanta, Ga .... Played
guard and tackle and helped the team
whenever called upon . . . Thought P. S.
duPont encounter was his best.
JERRY COLE-No. 54
Co-Captain . . . transfer from Ridley
Township High School . . . 4 year veteran
with three varsity letters . . . spirit really
sparked team . . . Played offensive and
A post he has held several years . . . nc
small job-Managed not only the tean
hut also the assistant-managers.
CHARLIE POEL -No. 70
Ist team All-Conference . . . 2nd Team
All-State . . . llas heen playing end for
4 years , . . Two year letter winner . . .
24- points in high school career , . . Also
standout defensive linehacker.
.IOHN CREICHTON--No. 50
C0-captain . . . fl- year foothall veteran
. . . varsity letter winner 3 years . . . 12
point career total . . . strong defensive
player, ealLing defensive signals . . . ran
at fullhaek and halfhaek.
FRED MASLOVICH -No. 49
Previously attended Atlantic City High
. . . 2 year varsity-letter winner . . .
sparked defense with 8 intercepted passes
and timely taekles . . . 12 points in
high school career.
BILL RICKARDSENU. 52
Our "Little General" . . . Made many
clutch tackles while playing defense . . .
4- year foothall member . . . Won two var-
sity letters . . . Intercepted five passes
PAT PHA LAN- e--No. 60
"Tiger" on offense , . . and at
ball hawk on defense . . . Two
year veteran of tht- squad . . .
Made many key lwloeks to spring
hall-carrier loose . . . Played
tackle and guard.
JOHN MALONE--No. 77
Two year letter winner . . . Very
strong defensive end . . . Con-
stantly hampered with injuries that
kept him from playing to fullest
extent . . . Played hest game
DAVE BLAIR No. 68
Two year letter winner . . . three
year man en foothall squad . . .
one uf llest blot-kt-rs on offense . . .
Rllllgll Iaekler on defense . . . lie-
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l.V. FOUTIZALI, first row: Scott Ziegler, John Dil'atri, Allan Bvitman, Mike Cyoyk, second row: Dave Miller, Craig Smith. Rodger
Mntlron, Paul Piper, Boll Warner, tlzirrl row: Waller Owen, Charlie- Hijar, Paul Thielmann, Steve Spiller, Jimmy l'oel, fourth
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lunior Varsity Team Compiled Fine Record
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fense. Nt-xt fall's varsity will vortainly lw t'Illl2llN'f'Il
with this fine talent.
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MANAGERS: Lucy Webber, Kitty McDonald, Becky Brown
Raynelle Falkenau, Carol Meixnerg COACH: Ethel Morgan
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All-Sophomore Squad Matched Varsity Record
The Junior Varsity Hockey Team was made up entirely of sophomores who had never been on a varsity squad before.
These energetic, anxious neophytes concluded their season with a record of four wins, two losses, and two ties, matching
the varsity record.
The highlights of the season was their victory over Tower Hill JV 2-1.
Hockey at Mount Pleasant next year should find itself in excellent fettle with this team to carry on.
Spirit and Talent Paved Way for Excellent Record
Knights Complete 16-4 Season
Coach Karl Meyers completed his fourth season as head coach at Mount Pleasant
as his Green Knights tied the school record for games won and lost. Coach Meyers'
team of '56-'57 held the previous record. In his four years at the Mount, Mr.
Meyers has compiled a fine record of 59 wins and 21 defeats for a .738 percentage.
The '53-'59 season, distinguished by the opening of the Blue Hen Conference, saw
the Knights finish in third place with a 9-3 record. However, Mt. Pleasant was the
only conference team to defeat the Champion, Conrad'High Indians. An early 2
point defeat hy Conrad on their home floor, and the Knights' lone loss at home
at the hands of P. S. DuPont by 2 points were the only obstacles that barred their
way to first place in the Conference.
Mt. Pleasant got off to a very slow start this season and compiled only a 5-3
record for the first 8 games. However, the Knights improved steadily and were the
hottest team in the state for the last ten games of the season. Continually the
Knights scored in the 70,s, and they set the Conference record for the most points
in one quarter with 27.
One of the big firsts at our new school was our Knights' defeat of Salesianum
by a score of 70-61. Sallies had never been defeated by Mount Pleasant, and
although they led for three quarters the Knights outscored them 22 to 9 in the
final period to climax a great game.
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Ray has been one of our top rebounders
and scorers for the past two seasons.
During both his junior and senior years
Ray received a basketball letter.
As a two-year letterman, Larry was one
of our better scorers and rebounders.
His shoes will be difficult to fill in the
John is one of the few players ever to play
three years of varsity basketball. .lohn
added valuable depth to this year's squad.
A great hustler, Bill often came off the
bench to spark our team to victory. His
presence will be greatly missed next year.
A consistent high scorer, Rick helpet
direct the Knights for the past twn
seasons-during which he won twt
Brett has been a top rebounder and score:
for the past several years. His experience
and ability from three varsity seasons, wil
be hard to replace.
'ight and Spirit Marked J.V. Season
iirst row, left to right: Dave Miller, Anthony Treadwell, Bill Bradford, Ronnie Paisley, Doug Hall, second row: Ronnie Mask, Curt
Wilcox, Vince Wemblinger, Gus Veihman, Bob Folts, third row: Mike Cycyk, .lobie Steele, Hunter Downs, .lohn Kelly.
Although the Junior Varsity season wasn't too impressive the J.V.,s dis-
ayed much determination and desire to win. With practically no experienced
ayers, coach Jody Amhrosino, in his first year at the helm, put together
hustling hall club that displayed several players who will make fine varsity
aterial in the coming years. Led by Bob Folts and Bill Bradford, the
nights fought to the final buzzer and on several occasions went into overtime
win. Lacking height the ,l.V.'s had to outfight their opponents: Coach
mbrosino did a fine job imbedding this fight and spirit into his boys.
ccording to Coach Ambrosino, John Kelly and Mike Cycyk had made the
ost improvement during the year.
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'irst row.' Barbara Taylor, Sandy Kelly, Carol Eastburn, Maryanna Lawrence, Diane Finnley, second row: Zoe Helleckson, Beth Pow-
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