Tower Hill School - Evergreen Yearbook (Wilmington, DE)
- Class of 1959
Page 1 of 168
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TABLE OP CONTENTS
ACTIVITIES .... .... .
SPORTS .... .... P .
UNDERCLASSMEN .... .... P .61
Shortly after returmng from Chrlstmas vacatlon we were all shocked
and greatly saddened to learn of the death of Mr Harry E Algard head
of our Mathematlcs Department Much has been sald IH trlbute to Mr Algard
already but we would llke to acknowledge the many wonderful thlngs he dld
for us as a class It was apparent to all of us that he took much more than
an average lnterest 1n h1s professlon and 1n the students whom he taught He
was never too busy to explaln-once agaln that baffllng problem or go over
a dlsappolntlng test In addltlon to hls purely scholastlc dutles he was an
advlsor for the Semor Class and the Soclal SCFVICC Commlttee Anyone who
went to hlm for guldance 1n one of these two capacltles could be sure of
competent and helpful advlce Therefore we the Senlor Class as our Class
Clft have provlded for the Algard Mathematlcs Award to be presented each
year at Class Day EXCICISCS to the Senlor who has achleved the hlghest average
ln math durlng hls Junlor and Senlor Years We hope that llllS wlll show ln
some degree our apprec1at1on for the years of serv1ce wh1ch Mr Algard
devoted to Tower Hlll School
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SEATED Dr Robert B Fllnt Wrlllam Wlnder Larrd Plerre S DuPont III Ford B Draper
George Burton Pear on Jr STANDING John K ,Ienney Paul .I Nowland Dr Samuel Lenher
Alexander L Nlchol Irenee DuPont ,Ir ABSENT W Sam Carpenter III Alfred E Blssell
Wllllam A Bour III
Robert B Flmt Chazrman
Alexander L Nlchols
Samuel Lenher Chazrman
Irenee DuPont ,Ir
Plerre S DuPont III
W Brooke Stabler
ADVISORY 'VIEMBERS OF
lVlrQ Daud H Daw on
Nlre Rlchard W Trapnell III
Prerre S DuPont III Chazrman
Alfred E Brssell
W Sam Carpenter III Chazrrnan
Wllllam Wmder Lalrd
Alexander L Nlchola
Plerre S DuPont III
W Brooke Stabler
I J BUILDING AND PLANNING COMMITTEE
The Rexerend W Brooke Stabler was born ln
Sandw Sprlng Maryland and graduated from
Epl copal Hlgh School Alexandrla Vlfglnla
1921 Lnner lts ofV1rg1n1a AB 1924- and
V1rg1n1a Theologlcal Semlnarw BD 1928 He
has recen ed honorarv degree from the Inner
1ty of Pennsylvama MA 1936 and Kenvon
College 1 HD 1951 He erved a Natlonal
Secretarx for School and College Work of the
Eplscopal Church 19301932 Chaplaln and
Lecturer Unlver ltV of Pennsylvanla 1932
19-10 headma ter of Avon School 1940 194-4
and headmaster of Cranbrook School 194-4
1950 He was appolnted headmaster of Tower
H111 School 1n 1950
W BROOKE STABLER
To the Class of 1959
Your day at Tower H111 are over You hase labored and we have labored to lay flrm
accompl1shment have been achleved But thx bulldlng 1 an on gomg proce s and now
vou face the new challenge and opportunltres of college We bellexe xou are readv
provlded you use the tools w1th whlch xou base been equlpped
To thus end 1 would hare w1th xou a ver e wh1ch sou could do well to keep constantly
before your mmd exe
Grant u the w1ll to fa hlon as we feel
Grant u the trength to labor a we know
Grant us the purpose r1bb d and edg d w1th teel
To trlke the blow '
Knowledge we a k not knowledge thou ha t lent
But Lord the w1ll there l1e our bltter need
Help us to bulld aboxe the deep lntent
The deed the deed'
God peed and come back to ee u often
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Assistant Headmaster Head of Upper School
To the Class of 1959:
As you are about to begin the next lap on life's turnpike
1 would express the fervent hope that you do so with the
determination never to succumb to the impulse to do less
than your very' best. never to lose sight of your aspirations
and ideals. never to let vour faith grow dim nor your
resolution waver, and to remember that the only true
measure of success is magnanimity of heart and mind and
a disciplined and cultured intellect. You have been true to
the motto of Tower Hill and. as you leave, I bid you an
How ard E Yule
French College Counselor Tower Hill SIDCC 1950 MALCOLM COATES
To the Clas of 1959
My hope for all of you IQ that your college years will
prove to be more tlmulatmg challenging and rewardlng
than your highest expectations and much of this will de
pend on you As a trustee of one umyersity said to an
incoming fre hman clas
Dont deyote the next four years to getting ready to
llve Liye now Treat your elf to nevy friend hips Dont lock
yourself up in a room or ln your mind Develop a little
fun Flnd omethmg to be indignant about find something
to be enthu 1ast1c about Then do somethmg about both
Dont yyalt to 1128 for life moyes away from you an hour
eyerv sixty minutes and a day every twenty four hours
Good luck to you all'
B A Williams College University of Pennsylvania
English Dean of Students Tower Hill since 1956
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ette College: M.,-X.. Ivniversity of
Delaware . . . German . . . Basket-
liall . , . Safety Committee Advisor
. . . Tower Hill since 1937
HARRY J. PATTERSON. BA.,
Harvarrl College. Temple Iiniver-
sity . . . Dramatics . . . Tower Hill
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ROBERT G. DEGROAT. RS..
Springfield College . . . Director of
Athletics . . . Tower Hill since T9-16
OLIVER W. CRICHTON, AB.,
Harvard Lniversitv: MS.. Svracuse
University . . . General Science and
Biology . . . Projection Room Com-
mittee Aclvisor . . . Tower Hill
GEORGE YV. HLTT, BS.. Gettys-
burg: MA.. Columbia . . . Chemis-
try and Physics . . . Tower Hill
HARRY E. ALGARD, B.A.. Univer-
sity of Delaware . . . Matherriatics
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xlsor . . . Tower Hill since 1942
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MARILYN 0'NEILL. BS.. Boston
College of Physical Education, Tufts
College . . . Assistant in Physical
Education . . . Tower Hill since
ELIZABETH RICHARDSON. BS.,
Bouvef-Boston School of Physical
Education. Tufts College . . . As-
sistant in Physical Education . . .
Tower Hill since 1952
B.A.. Wheaton College . . . Assistant
in Physical Education . . . Tower
Hill since 1953
NAOMI WRIGHT, BS. and Ed.M.,
Rutgers Lvniversityz B.L.S., Trenton
State Teachers' College . . . Librar-
ian . . . Library Committee Advisor
. . . Tower Hill since 1952
ELAINE LAUDENSLAGER . . .
Assistant Librarian . . . Tower Hill
I-.THEL G. LIINDELL . . . Typing
. . . Tower Hill since 1952
HERBERT W. OVIATT, JR., BS.,
and M.A.. Bates College . . . English
. . . Evergreen Advisor . . . Track
. . . Tower Hill since 1954
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JAMES H. STRALIB. B.A.. Temple
Llniversity . , . M.A.. Denver Ilni-
versity . . . Mechanical Drawing
and Shop . . . Tower Hill since 1952
DAVID A. BOCHER. B.F.A. Sz E..
Philadelphia Museum of Art . . .
Art . . . Tower Hill since I954
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GEORGE A. BALLARD, B.A.
Emerson College . . . History . . .
Tower Hill since 1953
ERNEST C. SAVAGE, JR., B.A.,
Princeton Universityg M.A., Har-
vard Llniversityg Alabama Polytech-
nic Instituteg Washington University
. . . History . . . Athletics . . . Tower
Hill since 1956
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floin College: MA.. Columbia limi
versity . . . Uramatics . . . Mathe
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JEAN B. MORTON. BA.. lvniver
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ANNE P. SMITH. BA.. Smith CUI-
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ETHEL L. RHODES. RN .... School Nurse
DR. ROBERT O. Y. WARREN . . . School Physician
GRACE M. KLOCK . . . Secretary to the Head-
masterg MARJORIE M. MILUS . . . Secretaryg
ELIZABETH A. LOCKWOOD . . . Office
FLORENCE R. STROM. BS. EDN.-X NI, LOWERREE. B.A.. MA.
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When the tudent of Tower Hill returned to school back in the
deep dark age of 1910 they paid little heed to a dexelopment
which wa to greatly threaten or at least change the future of the
chool What had happened was that MARTHA COLLIINS and
BEV WILD had entered the Pre Kindergarten thereby becoming
the advance guard of the Cla of 39 The flrt olld waxe of at
tacker did not arrne until the next wear however when fue more
joined the Senior of 59 arming with the same gu to though
fortunately not the ame effect a the 'VIarmes at Iwo Jima The e
five were RANDY BXRTON STEVE HYDE SCOTT KIRKPAT
RICK RON MARONFY and JOHN PIERSON
The next few years were le s actne although important re1nforce
ment joined our force In Fir t Grade we encountered M1 Andlno
and Mr Wlnterrowd but PAM LAIVIOTTE and ARCHIE SPARKS
arrived ln time to help us out of a terrible pot We could not
decide what color to make the oranges in our arlthmetlc book'
Second Grade hrou ht u to the American Indian and Ml Turner
with her famous comment N remark from the Peanut Gallery
Here our ranks were fortified bv the ausplciou arrival of one PAUL
REDS MILUS de tmed to become the Class expert in the field
of blrddogging Third Grade was a big year for us as we wlth the
help of Miss Dunbar contrived to ral e a large tr1be of hamster
an astonishing number of whom lived through the ordeal. One
other event that brightened our year wa- the arrival of STEPHANIE
S fl-ILL already planning a party.
With our entry into Fourth Grade, we officially joined the Middle
School, much tm that bodys di-tru-t. As we had gained no new
recruits that year was ,pent in con-olidating our -trength and pre-
paring for future dexiltry. Apparently we were improving rapidly
a- our teacher, Mi-- Smith, decided to teach elsewhere the next year.
In the Fifth Grade we were strengthened bv the arrival of PATTI
ATTIX, RICKY WANNER, and BILL WOOD. Lnder the tutelege
of Mr. Fry we learned how Roman numeral- were deciphered. u- ing
the El-ie drinks milk' method. We al-o foreshadowed our future
literary prowe-s by publi-hing a Cla-- new-paper. Copies of this
ma-terpiece are .till embarra--ingly extant.
Our halcyon days before NoDoz. English themes. and driverss
licenses were rapidly drawing to a close as we entered the Sixth
Grade, welcoming JANE HOLLIDAY into our midst as we did so.
One incident of romantic interest remains in our memories. This
was the year when a number of boys took to bringing worms to
school. to drop down the girls' backs.
With our entrance into the Seventh Grade. our rapidly growing
horde gained three new members, IVIARY Bl-TLGER, JEFF HILL,
and SANDY SMITH. Pooh Store was our dominant interest that
yearg we developed a great enthusiasm and talent for graft and
embezzlement. Somehow in spite of all this, we managed to set a
record for Pooh Store earnings. We also found time between our
spelling tests to help in presenting the Pirates of Penzance.
The next year we finally made the Lipper School. Oddly enough
the Eighth Crade joined the Middle School the following year. Here
we finally came face to face with that dreaded language. Latin. as
administered by Miss Jones. Stephanie also began giving her no-
torious parties. and "Sardines" got its start. We further showed our
theatrical talent by producing a second operetta. The Forlune Teller.
Naturally all of this would have been impossible without the help of
MIKE IVICCREW and SLE THAYER. who joined us that year.
DARRELL BREWSTER. SANDY CARRINGTON, BEN EAST-
BLRN. and STEVE PLANT greeted us as we returned to face the
Ninth Grade year. Much to our delight. we were now eligible for
committees, activities, and Varsity sports. We were also eligible to
take an English course under that lovable red-head, lVIr. Oviatt. To
enhance our treasury. we presented a f'Spring Fever" dance. with
Paul Wiilkinson providing the music.
Despite all the decorative balloons which went flat between three
and eight oielock. the dance was successful financially and otherwise.
When we became Sophomores the following year. the whole
routine was becoming so familiar that we hardly realized that we
had assimilated LIZ CIIICKERINC. RICH KINSINCER. NANCY
LAWRENCE. BARBARA ROBINSON, and NED SCHROEDER.
This year we made memorable by starting a Wobblies movement,
complete with membership cards and party newspapers. The Wob-
blies organization lost headway. however, after a raid forced the
party head to flee through a window. This was unfortunate as the
window was on the second floor.
With the advent of our ,Iunior Year. the spectre of college admis-
sions frightened us into an attitude of seeming studiousness. ELLEN
DUKE, HOPE HANDLOFF. SANDY LOW. FIBBIE SCHOON-
OVER. and GEOFF SMITH helped jolt us out of it, however, in
time to put on a Junior Prom second to none in lushness of decora-
tion and orchestration. depth of debt. or gaiety of parties afterwardg
at least we thought so.
The day we had been xheming for and dreaming of for thirteen
years finally arrived last September. as we at last became seniors.
YVE5 FRITZ. PHOEBE POIYLTERER. and KONRAD SCHPR-
NIANN. the final additions to our roster. joined us as we first
stepped timidly into the hallowed confines of the Senior Room. The
initial shock soon passed. however. and we settled down to a year of
Senior themes. wiffle football. and Evergreen writing. Yve we re
Seniors and we were enjoy ing every moment of it.
Favorite Expression: "I'm just starved!"
Usually Seen: With Ricky
Ambition: To own a Cabana on the French Riviera
Probable Occupation: chambermaid at the Monaco-Hilton
Pet like: Cadets
Pet hate: The cave-man type
Noted for: Fights with Stevie over women's rights
Athletic Association. '59: Chorus, '56, '57, '58, President
'59: Dial, '57, Sports Editor. '58: Evergreen, Sports Editor
'59, Hockey, J.V.. '56, '57, Varsity, '58, '59: Basketball
. '56, Varsity, '57, '58, Captain, '59: Tennis, Varsity
'56, '58, '59, Captain, '57, Cheerleading, .l.V., '57, Varsity
'58, Captain, '59: Class Secretary, '58, '59
EMILY PATRICIA ATTIX
Ever since Patti came to Tower Hill in the fifth grade, she has
been outstanding in every phase of school life. She has been out-
standing in sports. being on either the j.V. or Varsity teams of
every sport sinee she was a lfreshman. Patti has 1-ontrilmutecl much
to her t-lass. the chorus, the llial. antl Ezwrgrewi staffs. and the
various rommittees on whit-h she has servefl.
l'atti's thterfulness has lwrightenetl up the Senior Room on
many a tlull, lwlue morning. when no one seemed able to face
another clay of vvork. Keeping right up with the eurrent style. she
can be seen on certain Il8fS nearing her novs-famous hhorse-
lulanket sat-k" or her Vogue hairstyles. and quite often gets kidded
:Xlthough Patti has her-ome interestt-tl in West Point eatlets. other
interests. sueli as one with a lulark lienaull. have kept her home.
Next year. liovxexer. she vsill lie ht-atling north to Smith in
Northampton. Xlass., xsliere slit- will prolvtllrlt make an outstanding
ret-ortl. as slie has tlone at 'loner llill.
llance Committee, '56, '57, Social Service Committee, '58g
Faxioritr- Expression: "For cryin' out loud!"
Ilsually Seen: Counting: mont-y
Probable Occupation: lmperialistic capitalist
Pct Like: Tatnall School
Pet Hate: Erasers that smear
Noted For: Rapid calculations
Basketball '56, '57g Tennis '56g Varsity '57, '58, Captain,
595 School Singles Tournament Winiier, '58g Wrestling
Manager, '58, '59g Projection Room Committee, '56-'59,
School Band. '56-'59, Dance Band, '58, '59g Buck Hill Falls
Conference, '58, Dial. associate. '57, Copy Editor. '583
Evergreen, business manager. '59g Student Council. '58, '59
RANDOLPH BARTON J R
Wvhen trying to find Randy. one has only to follow his ears.
The melodic strains of his alto sax or the bellowing utterances of
such Spoonerisms as HSpane of Queedsv or "Stu are Youpidw
will always lead to this long established and illustrious member of
Tower Hill. His ahilitics in such fields as golf and tennis have been
and are famous. and hc is the unquestioned ping pong champ of
the class. Wll6'Il asked how he does it all. Randy smugly replies,
"l owe it all to :ny peanut hutter sandwichesf, ln fact. this athlete
challenges anyone to ouLstrip his consumption record in this field.
ln academics. too. Handy has proven that his hrain is quicker
than the slide rule talmostl. while no one can match his talent
for using the longest. if not the most obscure word. We are sure
also that the husincss world would never he the same if Bartonian
Capitalism had its way. All in all. however. Randy is greatly
liked and admirtd hy his classmates. despite some commitments
to a rival school. Toner llill will miss a great guy when Randy
graduates this june.
DAVID KELLY BREWSTER
On looking in the Senior Room, one can often see four
or five of the larger Senior boys pounding a little, unde-
serving cherub into submission. This ucherubn is Dave Brew-
ster, the J. P. Morgan of the class of '59. This boy knows
more about the financial world than any other Senior. ,lust
ask Mr. Savage, for it is in History that Dave is able to show
up his more ignorant classmates. as he is always explaining
a term such as "bear marketw to the rest of the scum. Dave
has other interests also. Whenever the Charleston strikes up,
everyone has to stand back ten feet and let "Darrell,7' as he
is known by his classmates, go to work. Along this line Dave
loves the long week-end: and if there is a social gathering
within a 20 mile radius of Wawasset Park, you can be sure
Darrell is attending it. ln the future, one will find Darrell
in his office, comfortably seated at his desk, with a beautiful
blonde on his lap, a cigar in his mouth, and not a care in the
world. Hereis to ya, Dave!
Favorite Expression: Quit pickin' on me, you guys
Usually seen: Yes
Ambition: leading strock broker
Probable Occupation: messenger boy on Wall St.
Pet Like: Charleston
Pet Hate: boring parties
Noted For: long week-ends
Projection Room Committee, '56g Social Service Committee
'58: Dance Committee, '59g Dramatics, '59g Band 57 58
Varsity Tennis, '59g Wrestling, '59.
Favorite Expression: "What's trump?"
Usually Seen: Greenville Shopping Center.
Ambition: Buyer for Bergdorf Goodman.
Probable Occupation: Counter-girl at ,Iohnson's Pharmacy
Pet Like: Corvettes.
Pct Hate: RADAR!
Noted For: Her blond hair.
Lost and Found Committee, '56, '57g Dance Committee,
'59, Photography Club, '56, '57, Art, '58, '59g Fall Tennis,
'56, '57, '58, '59, Modern Dance, '56g Badminton, '57, '58,
'59, Spring Tennis, '56, '57, '58g Dial Associate, '59. 2
MARY JAN BULGER
One of the few Pennsylvanians who have not moved to
Delaware is Mary, or Bambi, as she likes to be called. Al-
though situated high on a lonely hill in Chadds Ford, she
seems to know the whereabouts of anyone living within two
miles of the Kennett Pike, from Wilmington, Delaware, to
Hamorton, Pennsylvania. Anyone approaching the Bulger
home can tell if Mary is home because there will be the loud,
gay strains of a Lester Lanin record blaring forth from the
living room windows at full volume. When Fidel Castro
began to appear in the news, we began to notice that he had
a rabid follower among us.
In spite of being the object of much ribbing, Mary always
keeps her good nature. Her comments at lunch have often
set off a chain reaction of laughter as one of her well-timed
remarks reveals her extraordinary sense of humor. Because
of an extremely stolid temperament, few if any of us have
ever seen her explode. An avid reader of John Steinbeck,
Mary will probably surprise us all by writing his biography
ten years from now.
With such a warm and friendly personality and sparkling
sense of humor, we know that Mary will be liked wherever
she goes, whatever she does.
Dramatics, '56 57 59 Art 58 Social Service 56 57
'58, '59: Tennis 56 57 58 Softball 58 59 Mo ern
Dance, '58, '59 Badminton 57 Hockey 56
SANDRA ESTELLE CARRINGTON
Three and a half years ago the school was suddenly surprised
by the mid-year entrance of one Sandra Carrington. Compli-
mentary remarks ran rampant through the audience as she was
formally introduced by Mr. Stabler in assembly. Since then she
has become our own dear, lovable, crazy Sandy, always ready
with a remark to rock everybody back on their heels. Hairdo in
a constant state of flux. dressed as neat as a pin, she can be
seen ambling along almost anywhere, dragging her pocketbook by
the end of its strap. She doesnit join groups: they gather around
her because where there's Sandy, there's gaiety. Call for a com-
mittee and her hand is up first. With that personality, getting
Evergreen ads is her cup of tea. Cross the street down by the gym
cautiously between quarter of three o'clock and three because
Sandy is liable to be taking off in one of her bombs with mufflers
blaring: that is. if she isnit being sedately driven off in a new
lmpala. Arriving just at thc right time. Sandy has contributed a
champagne-like quality to our class. which will long be remem-
bered by all of us.
Favorite Expres ion Xou chncrdl
Usually Seen talkin
Ambition: Airline Ho te
Probable Occupation broom stick pilot
Pet Like: Meat or f1 h salads at lunch
Pet Hate: "Le toll and Bufferln commercials
Noted For: Leotard and hlrt combinations
Favorite Expression: "Hey Stephl have I told you about
my red nocketbook?"
Usually Seen: Making faces.
Ambition: to be a doctor.
Probable Occupation: jazz pianist
Pet Like: people from Boston.
Pet Hate: not being introduced.
Noted for: her cackle.
Library Committee, '59' Lost and Found Commit
, tee, 57,
'58: Photography, '57: Chorus, '57, '59: Dance Band, '59,
Hockey, '56, Fall Tennis, '57, '58: Badminton, '57, '58, '59,
Spring Tennis, '57, '58, '59.
ELIZABETH BENT CHICKERI
Where there's a piano, thereis Liz! From classical to modern
jazz, if you want to hear it just ask her to play it. If she d0esn't
know it, she'll learn it or play it by ear. She's the girl who
amazes us by knowing the answers to Mr. 0viatt's "Test Your
Skillw questions. This knowledge comes from one of her favorite
pastimes, reading. If she hasn't read most of the books you can
think of off hand, they're probably on her listl Who else in her
English class knew the German epic? You will probably most
often see Liz buzzing around in her little 'cred bugv with all the
new, shiny fenders and bumpers. She even drove it to the Hun
School football game and would love to take it to BostonlThose
New Hampshire summers are the best! It is here that Liz enjoys
her favorite sport, horseback-riding along the trails around Stone
Pond and Mount Monnadnock. Fifty mile hikes every once in a
while add to the marvelous times. With all her intellectual in-
terests and abilities, we hope and know that Liz will go far in
her climb up the ladder of success.
Favorite Expression: "Oh, shut up!"
Usually seen: Talking
Ambition: Foreign Service
Probable Occupation: Assistant dishwasher at Charcoal Pit
Pet like: "Classic" Buicks
Pet hate: sarcastic comments about her handwriting
Noted for: white boots
Fall tennis, '56, '57: Spring tennis, '56, '57, '58, 59
sistant manager '58: ,l.V. Hockey, '58g Badminton 56
'57, '58, '593 Buckhill Falls conference. '59.
Martha's cheery Mhello" in the morning is only one of her
many contributions to the senior room. It would be hard to
find anyone else with such clever ideas for improvements.
Only Martha had the ingenuity to make coffee in the senior
room an institution, and who else could have thought of
sanding our new table with a golf club? Martha, the earliest
member of the class, is noted for making new members feel
at home. She is also known for her out of school friends.
This human victrola is quite a demon-on the badminton
court that is. Maybe it's because she warms up with a few
minutes at modern dance first. Unfortunately, no one will
ever be able to forget all the times that Martha beat them
in a history test. Tower Hill will truly miss Martha and all
her fine service to it.
Favorite Expression: "Guess what li'
Lsually seen: mining from or going: to Bridgeton
Ambition: to have an ambition
Probable Urcupatiun: most successful chicken farmer in
Pct Like: thc late shows
Pet Hate: Delaware Memorial Bridge
Noted For: her many different hair styles
Hockey, '57g Fall Tennis, '58, Basketball, ,585 Manager,
'59, Modern Dance, '59, Softball, '58g Lost and Found
Committee, '58g Dance Committee, '59, Dramatics, '59,
Lead. 583 Buckhill Falls Conference, '59,
ELLEN ESTHER DUKE
If you see a black and white Olds with Tower Hill and Brown
liniversity stickers on the back window, nine times out of ten,
Ellen is at the wheel. Sheis probably going to Greenville, Monroe
Park, school. or Bridgeton. She's the girl with the beautiful dark
brown hair and lovely complexion. just right for a Schrankgs
model! With that soft, soft voice she makes us drool over her
wonderful summer at Cornell and her many new acquaintances,
usually male! She'll long be remembered for her portrayal of
Hfihebaw in HYou Canit Take It W'ith Youf' Ellen is always
ready for a party. She loves an occasional game of 'Lpass the
shoef' npass the orange." or "spo-o-o-onff and is often the in-
stigator of these games. Ellen is sure to go far. especially if she
keeps smiling. for she has about the prettiest smile in the class.
When she smiles even the hard heartedest teacher melts a little!
With these skills and more she will surely be a success. We'll miss
her after ,lune l959. so we wish her the best of everything that
life has to offer.
BENJAMIN STANLEY EASTBURN
Every morning, at any time after eight o'clock, the Senior
Room door bursts open and in comes a boy with uncombed hair
and his tie either untied or off to one side, When his voice re-
sounds through the Senior room With: UAW Cripe! I couldnit
do this cotton pickin, math! Anyone get it done?77, we know that
Ben has arrived. Ever since he joined our group back in the Ninth
Grade, Ben has become a well-fitting and necessary part of the
class. His sharp wit and humor have kept us laughing for more
than three years, while the scrapes he has gotten into have become
a "long-standing traditionf' Ben also holds a very important
position in our life, as the official Senior Room Girl Analyzer.
Wherever he goes and whatever he does, Ben is sure to be a
success. We all wish him the best of luck.
Favorite Expression Aw Crlpel
Usually seen At a cardtable
Ambition State Pollceman
Probable Occupation Slng Sing Custodian
Pet Like Full race Fords
Pet Hate Any klnd of work
Noted For His sharp wit
Tennis 55 56 57 Speedball 56 57 58 59 Baseball
'56, 57 JV 58 59 Dramatlcs 56 57 58 59 Safety
Committee 56 57 Lost and Found Committee 58 59
Probable Occupation Star on the Harlem Clobetrotters
Dance Committee 59 Band 39 Varslty Football '58g
WESLEY OLIVER FRITZ
One of the most recent additions to our class, and a wel-
come one, is Wes Fritz. Since his arrival last fall, Wes has
made the varsity football and basketball teams. and found a
place in many other fields as well. A "New Jersey playerv
he featured very aggressive tactics at tackle and under the
boards. Known to the News-Journal papers as Ollie during
the basketball season. he further distinguished himself by
leading the team in scoring.
Disdaining the ntweedy" look. Wes has regaled us at various
times with his exotic string ties, wild plaid shirts, casual Ivy
League shoes ttan bucks with dummy belts in backl, and
several red jackets bedecked with large Pis. Wes, with
the help of several equally assiduous science students, has
managed to brighten up normally dull physics experiments
by diversionary tactics as surreptitious duels with meter sticks,
or ice cube fights. Tower Hill will certainly miss him when
he leaves this year. for Wes has been a valuable addition to
SUSANNA HGPE HANDLOFF
In the midst of the constant flow of vociferous intellectual
f??J conversation one blonde head is usually bent in thought
over some problem of homework. How Hope manages to
study in the Senior room among all the chaos is a secret that
only she knows. Because of this power of concentration she
was elected to Cum Laude early this year. During her two
years at Tower Hill she gave parties for every group in the
Upper School. No one will ever forget her open house last
year. Hope entertained all the Senior girls at a bridge party
where we learned all about the campus of the University of
Delaware. Her skill in French has proved to be a joy to
Madame Cleve. She also was a great help in teaching us
the fundamentals of bridge. We will be surprised if she
doesn't win the championship at college next year, as well as
the position of a top scholar.
Favorite Expression: Have you done the Math
Usually Seen: Talking to her self
Ambition: Bridge Champion
Probable Occupation: Gambler
Pet Like: Rodgers and Hammerstein musicals
Pet Hate: Tower Road
Noted For: Having a ready answer to any question
Fa.ll Tennis, '58, '59g Modern Dance, '58, 59 Spring
Tennis, '58g Chapel and Assembly Committee, 58 Chorus
'58, '59, Dial Associate '59, First Place in State French
Favorite Expression: "Happy thoughts!"
Usually Seen: With several cameras
Ambition: To blow up the world . . . and survive
Probable Occupation: Lovelorn columnist
Pet Like: Imported Dutch beer
Pet Hate: Late photographers
Noted For: Neat handwriting f?l
Social Service Committee, Treasurer, '59g Safety Committee,
'56, '57, '58: Shop, '56: Art, '57, '58, '59: Haon Award.
'56, '5T: Tennis. '57, '58, '59: Wrestling, '58, '59: Cross
Country, '58g Dial, Photographic Editor, '58g Evergreen,
Photographic Editor, '59: Cum Laude, '58
JEFFERSON BORDEN HILL
Who is that Senior constantly surrounded by hordes of young
girls eager to press money upon him? ltis none other than our
Jeffie. enjoying his position as Treasurer of the Social Service
Committee. Although he was usually seen hunting for a delayed
photographer. colleeting eandids. or studying. there are many
other sides to his life. livery summer Jeff disappears to Martha?
Vineyard. not to reappear until school starts again. Exactly what
transpires there is known to only a select few. He is also famous
for his various eceentrir-ities. such as keeping pet snakes and
listening to Radio Most-ow. which. we are informed. has a hetter
news servif-e than W.-XNl5. We are sure that Jeff. with his Cum
Laude grades. will be a suer-ess in college and later life.
JANE BASSETT HOLLIDAY
Janie will be long remembered at TH for her vivacity and
unfailing friendliness. No matter how big your problems
seem, she can always cheer you up. Even lVlr. Coates, up-
braiding her for lateness, cannot resist her bouncy person-
ality lor her ingenious excuses P.
Because of the many facets of her character, Janie is quite
an all-around girl. She has artistic interest and ability. Music
and drama also number among her many interests. An avid
reader, she has instigated some fascinating and rabid dis-
cussions at the lunch table, notably that of On the Beach.
It must also be mentioned that she plays a mean game of
badminton. Her ambition is to beat Martha, a task which
the rest of us admit is impossible.
Janie plays one of the best games of bridge of all the
senior girls. She is always willing to help a beginner or
suggest a clever play.
Sometimes she gets a faraway look and we know that
mentally she is in her beloved California or in the Sunny
Janie's good humor and friendly disposition are bound to
win her the affection of people everywhere, as they have at
Favorite Expression Has anybody done the French for
Usually Seen Arriving late
Probable Occupation Cartoom t for Wad
Pet Like California
Pet Hate Monday mornings
Noted For Innocent looks
.JV Hockey 57 58 Basketball 57 JV Cheerleader 57
Badminton 58 59 Tenn1s 56 57 58 59 Green Key
'56g Dance Committee 58 Dzal 57 58 Circulation
Editor, '59 Dramatxcs 56 57 Art 58 9
Favorite Expression: "Actions speak louder than words."
Usually Seen: nursing his injuries
Ambition: Manager of Kansas City Athletics
Probable Occupation: President of Mentholatum Co.
Pet Like: Sports
Pet Hate: Phillies fans
Noted For: Pile-ons
Football, JV., '55, '56, Varsity, ,57, '58g Basketball, J.V.
'56, '57, Varsity, '58, Captain, '59g Baseball, J.V., '56
Varsity, '57, '58, Captain, '59g Dramatics, '56, '57, '58, '59,
Social Service Committee, '56, '57, ,58, '59g Class Vice-
President, '57, '58g Class President, '56, '59g Student
Council, '58, ,59Q Sports Editor of Dial, '59.
DOUGLAS STEPHEN HYDE
l 4'Will the meeting please come to orderfi These dulcet tones
belong to Steve Hyde, the Senior Class President, and ruler of
the Senior Room. One of the classls better athletes. he is Captain
of both baseball and basketball. and one of the finest football
hacks in the state. Everyone who meets Steve has to share his
enthusiasm for vacations in Florida. Williattis College, and the
Athletics. Usually seen either arguing or having a serious talk
with a member of the fairer sex. Steve is an accredited hall
locker-lounger. He is always conscientious in his work. and this
year has made a special effort to excel in Mr. Savage's fifth period
class. Steve is constantly trying to do things for other people. He
particularly enjoys getting them into trouble. He possesses the
natural qualities: a car. a letter. and many connections, which
make him a much sought-after companion. Active in dramatics.
the Student Council. and the school newspaper. he also goes in
for other extracurricular week-end activities. Although many
colleges. including Sam Houston Tech. are after Steve. we may
,W be sure that the college of his choice will receive a student who
possesses great leadership. personality, and ability.
RICHARD ESTYN KINSING ER
If one should spy a long. lanky figure wearing a conserva-
tive dark suit and a screaming red shirt, meanwhile grinning
malevolently behind a bridge hand, there would be no doubt
as to the identity of the owner of said grimace, for it could
only be Rich Kinsinger. Rich and Wmmocly are obviously spend-
ing a studious second period attempting to depose Steve and
Barbara from their bridge championship. Rich is also famous
for his sly hacking style. for few can equal his knack for
perpetrating rare bits of deviltry, and escaping unnoticed.
One activity of his will long be remembered: his trombone
playing in many assemblies and music programs, for Rich
long ago mastered a smooth, controlled style which has
amazed Toweris audiences ever since.
Academically, Ric-h's worries are few, as his Cum Laude
membership will attest. ln lfnglish he even goes so far as
to write sonnets for amusement. All kidding aside, however,
Rich's quiet manner and unquestioned ability are sure to
carry him far, both at Cornell and in the years to come.
FSVOTIIC Expression lNot quite'
Usually Seen Wearing a red shirt
Ambition First Poet Laureate of America
Probable Occupation Tinker Toy designer
Pet Like 'Strong black coffee
Pet Hate Tuxedoes
Noted For Dulcct tone on hi trombone
Wrestlmg 57 58 Cross Country 57 Captain 58 Track
'57, '58 Chapel and Assembly Commtttce 57 Safety Com
mittee 58 Projection Room Committee 59 Instrumental
Music 57 58 59 Dance Band 58 59 Buck Hill Falls
'58g Evergreen Assl tant Editor 59
Favorite Expression: Censored.
Usually Seen: In trouble.
Ambition: To say out of trouble.
Probable Occupation: Hymnal editor.
Pet Like: Varies with the moon's phases.
Pet Hate: Evergreen deadlines.
Noted For: Short-lived automobiles.
Projection Room Committee, '56, '57, '58, '59, Instrumental 1 '
Music, '56, '57, Art, '58g Science Club, '59, Fall Tennis,
,ff X- '56, '57, '58, Basketball Manager, '56, '57, '58, '59, Tennis,
'56, Baseball Manager, '57, '58, '59g Dial Associate, '56,
Headline Editor, '57, '58, Evergreen, Editor-in-Chief, '59.
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flcl ssroom, Mr a gathering of TH hackers, "Skotch" Kirk-
patrick dis ays a talent for leadership and a willingness to
work t at, ave made him a popular member of this school.
As ma a er of both basketball and baseball, he has recorded
and ta lated many outstanding TH athletic feats land with
in um of errorsl?j. If we have succeeded ln producing
this f ' ' - e largely to Scotty's efforts and encouraging
rive at eadline time. And any student or teacher will avow
Scot has always been at the front rank in academic
t n as his record will show. However, he is also a mem-
ber i good standing of the Tower Hill hackers society and
is kn n for an uncanny ability to get hooked for a hack
whether he was concerned or not. Despite, or perhaps be-
cause of, these many talents, Skotch has become well liked
by all who know him, as he leaves for college, we can say
that Tower Hill has at least been a little livelier since that
day in '46 when E. S. K. descended on this school.
Favorite Expression: 'tOh! lt's diy'inel"
Usually Seen: Turning in Mt. Vernon Ave. at 8:34 All.
Ambition: To live in a Penthouse on Park Avenue.
Probable Occupation: Chambermaid at the Waldorf.
Noted for: Bad luck with the Radar on the Kennett Pike.
Dance Committee, '56g Social Service Committee, '57, '53
Co-Chairman, '59' Chorus, '56, '57, '58, '59' Hockey,
Secretary. '56g Evergreen, Associate Editor. '59.
PAMELA KIRK LAMOTTE
Pam. one of the gayest and busiest of our elass. always seems
to be tearing around reeruiting oranges for 'l0range Day? or
shoes for the L'Shoe Drive." She has always taken an active part
in sehool and elass funetions. somehow finding time for the Social
Ferviee Committee. the Evergreen. Chorus. and daily' trips to and
from Kennett Square with a ear load of ehildren of all sizes. Pam
has that amazing talent for getting along with everyone. and even
with their little sisters and brothers. Furthermore. she can always
be depended upon to keep everyonels spirits up with one of her
fantastie stories about Offieer Catheart.
She is best known for her ability to keep ealm. cool. and eol-
leeted. despite erises sueh as an lfngzlish test or a parking tieket.
Anyone with a problem ean be snre of sineere sympathy' from
Pam. as well as a quit-k solution to the diffieulty. Because of her
friendliness and geniality. Pam has at-quired a great many'
friends: wherever she goes she invariably' finds at least one of
Xve will all miss Pam and her warm friendliness when we go our
separate yy ays in Juiie.
Pet Like: Vacations: Red, White, and Black scarvesg Blue
Pet Hate: Embarrassing situations, like falling: down stairs.
Hockey Manager: '56, '57: Badminton. '56.,'57. '58, '59.
Tennis, '56, '57, '58, '59: Student Council. '57, '583 Class
Favorite Expression: "Oh, it's just fabulous!"
Usually seen: Quiet.
Ambition: French secretary.
Probable Occupation: ,lanitress at the Follies Bergere!
Pet Like: Letters.
Pet Hate: Hairdressers.
Noted for: Bumping into Mr. Hutt's car.
Green Key Committee, ,57Q Social Service Committee, '58,
Co-Chairman, '59: Chorus, '57, '58, '59, Cheerleader, '57,
J.V. Captain, '59g Varsity Cheerleader, '58, Hockey
ager, '59, Dial Associate, '57, '58, Fall Tennis, '56, '57,
'58, Spring Tennis, '57, '58, Badminton, '57: Modern
Dance, '58, '59.
Wlien Nancy appears in the Senior Room at 8:34, she in-
variably has a wealth of information to spiel off in the remaining
minute about letters, phone calls, or news of a weekend. Her
dreams have revolved around Princeton and West Point week-
ends, and several times, on awakening, she has found herself there.
Of course, when Nancy returns she's got plenty to tell-who
At school, Nancy can be found either working assiduously for
the Social Service Committee or collecting her cheerleaders for
planning or practicing. She's inspired enthusiasm particularly
about away games and has helped students reach the schools by
helping to arrange driving pools. Nancy has done a wonderful
job with the J.V. girls, and we're sure theyill miss her.
Nancy has been a wonderful addition to our class, and we're
certain that her college years will he all she's hoped for.
SANDRA JEAN LOW
Wvhen she's not away on one of her many college weekends,
Sandy can usually be seen in the Senior room helping some less
level-headed classmate solve a problem or in a corner busily
cramming for a test coming soon. Vlfhen anyone sees her lag-
ging behind in the Senior room at lunchtime, they can be sure
thereis a test next period in history and they will have to bring
up her lunch, consisting of a sandwich. She is continually in
fights with Steve Hyde over heaven knows what, and usually
comes out on top of the situation, with Steve shouting, 44Wait
,til next timefi Between her many visits to colleges, including
Washington and Lee and West Point, she finds time for her favor-
ite sport, horseback riding. Sandy. because of her understanding
and peppy attitude. always did much to lighten our spirits and is
certain to have four wonderful years at college and many friends.
Favorite Exprrsslon It s the Cats meow
Usually seen studying ln the Senior room at lunchtime
Ambition to et cultured quick
Probable Occupation stable girl at Delawart Park
Pet Like moonli ht horseback rides
Pet Hate trucks that drive slowly up hills
Noted For Colle e weekends
Social Seruct Lommxttee 58 secretarv 59 Dramatrcs
'58g Band 58 Lhorus 59 Hockey Manager D8 Fall
Tennis 51 Basketliall 58 09 Softball m8 9
Favorite Expression: "Cut you for high card."
Usually Seen: Doing a Math Problem
Ambition: Nuclear physicist
Probable Occupation: Janitor at Oak Ridge
Pet Like: Physics tests
Pet Hate: Poetry
Noted For: Card Sharpery
Safety Committee, '56g Dance Committee, '57, Library
Committee, '58, Chairman, '59, Band, '56, 58: Science
Club, '57, '59, Tennis and Track, '55, '56, '57g Cross
Country, Varsity, '58: Basketball, '56, '57, '58g Tennis,
'56, '57, Varsity, '58, '59,
MICHAEL ARTHUR MCGREW
Ever since Mike McGrew entered Tower Hill, he has made
a real place for himself in the Class of 1959. Noted for such
interests as physics, electronics, and mathematics, he has cer-
tainly gained experience along those lines, by building his own
hi-fi radio and phonograph, and many mechanical devices
besides. Mike's musical interests tend to lie on the "cool"
side, for he is well known as one of the best informed in
school about the latest developments in the rock and roll field.
However, some of his more conservative classmates have
noticed that lately his devotion has seemed to be weakening,
perhaps he may yet turn in his Fats Domino button! One of
the class card sharps, Monk is never found without his fa-
vorite deck, ready and eager to join in any game of bridge
or blackjack, for "points," of course.
In sports, Mike has played doubles for the tennis squad
for a number of years, receiving two letters. He won a Cross
Country letter as well this fall. We also have often seen
him at games, with camera in hand, for it seems that the
Evergreen photography department has had to depart on a
wrestling trip, and Mike has stepped in to take their place.
We all wish Mike the best of luck as he leaves Tower Hill,
knowing that with his accomplishments in and out of school,
he is sure to enjoy four valuable years at college.
Favorite Expression: Oh, Curses!
Usually Seen: At home
Ambition: To get rich quick
Probable Occupation: Handyman
Pet Like: Shock Theatre
Pet Hate: Romantic Movies
Noted For: Morbid sense of humor
'56 Shop: '57 Dramatics: '58 Chorus: '59 Dramatics: '55
and '56 Tennis: '56 and '57 Basketball: '56, '57, '58, and
'59 Baseball: '57 and '58 Cross Country: '58 Speedball:
'56, '57 and '58 Projection Room Committee: '59 Student
CHARLES RONALD MARONEY
Ron is one of the few seniors who started at Tower Hill
in Kindergarten, and yet after thirteen years, he still manages
to have a smile on his face. Ron will probably be remembered
by his classmates for his love of the supernatural. He hardly
ever misses an edition of Shock Theatre, and he can tell you
all about his favorite TV performer, Roland. This "horror"
interest applies to movies, also, and while everyone else in
the theatre is quaking in his boots, Ron can be seen with a
big grin on his face taking it all in. Don't get the wrong
idea: Ron, as friendly a guy as you would want to meet, is
always glad to lend a helping hand, and if there is anything
mechanically wrong, you can be sure that Ron can fix it,
for a better handyman cannot be found. This year, Ron be-
came the envy of his classmates when he started driving a
new white Corvette, and in the future, Ron will probably
still be driving a new white Corvette, but by this time, Ron
will be an established success in whatever field he chooses, and
his Hollywood smile and friendly countenance will still be
Fluorite Expression: "St'llt't't'll-l
lsuully Seen: With stbllli' innocent female
Ambition: To marry a millionaire'
Probable Occupation: liutler
Pet Like-: lndoor sports
Pe-t Hate: People who knock track
Noted For: His htweedy" look
Dial, headliner, '57, '58, Evergreen. Assistant Editor, '59g
Football, J.V., '55, '56g Basketball, '56, '57, '58, Varsity,
'59, Track, Varsity, '56, '57, '58, Captain, '59, Dramatics
'56, '57, '58, Vice-President, '59, Athletic Association, '59,
Projection Room Committee, '56, '57, Safety Committee
PAUL ROBERT MILUS, JR
HGee. l met the most amazing guy from Tower Hill the other
day." You can bet your life theyire talking about Paul Milus,
for he is well known for his congenial nature, sociability, and
popularity. It seems as if the only fields in which he is not active
are those for which he cannot find the time. Whatever the play,
you can be sure that Paul will be performing brilliantly in a
leading role. He has also endeared himself to Mr. Oviatt for
his cheetah-like sprinting. What is more. he has served as an
editor of both the Dial and the Evergreen.
lt is simply amazing that in spite of all this. Paul manages
to maintain a free and easy manner. as though he did not have
a care in the world. If some poor. unsuspecting soul suddenly
finds herself giving a party. we usually know who is behind
it. making sure that everyone gets the word. There's no doubt
about it, Paul will always be one of the first people to come to
mind whenever the Class of '59 is mentioned.
Pet Like: girls
JOHN CRUMBAUGH PIERSON
During our years at Tower Hill, we as a class have sometimes
been called upon to do some fairly tedious and bothersome
chores. lt is always on one of these occasions that everyone else
runs for cover, and we turn to Johnny. With a cheerful groan
John has performed such services as balancing our class's dubious
budgets for the last three years and coordinating the mad hatters
of our group to turn out a successful Prom. John has always been
known as a dependable friend and teammate. Not an athlete of
the dramatic variety, John has consistently come up with clutch
performances when they were most needed. As this year's football
co-captain he was a truly fine and inspiring leader on and off the
field. All Friends School backs will long remember his crushing
tackles that were a large factor in our success at Alapocas, and
not many of us will forget his soaring punts that labled him one
of the finest kickers to come out of Tower Hill in a long time.
As John leaves us for the hallowed halls of higher education, he
will take with him the warmth of many good friendships that
he has made here at Tower Hill.
Favorite Expression Yeah sure
Usually seen: by the radiator
Ambition: none whatsoever
Probable Occupation none whatsoever
Pet Hate: girls
Noted For: constructive criticism
Football, J.V., 55 56 Varsity 57 Captain 58 J V
Basketball, '58 59 J V Baseball 57 58 59 Safety
Committee, '56 57 58 Dance Committee Chairman 59
Chorus, '56, '57 59 Dramatlcs 59 News Editor of Dial
'59g Class Treasurer 57 58 59
Favorite Expression: "You pt-ons!"
Usually Seen: leaning on the ruditator
Ambition: football star at Hamilton
Probable Occupation: Fiat dealer
Pet Like: making toasts
Pct Hate: Myron
Noted For: eagle eyesight
Football, J.V., '55, Varsity, '56, '57, Captain, '58g Basket-
ball, J.V., '56, Varsity, '57, '58, '59, Baseball, J.V., '56
Varsity Track, '57, '58, '59, Chorus, '56, '57, '58, Dra
matics, '59g Safety Committee, '56, '57, '58: Dance Com
mittee, '59g Class Treasurer, '56, Class President, '57, '58,
Student Council President, '59.
STEPHEN NESBITT PLANT
If we were asked to name Tower Hill's most intelligent, or at
least luckiest, hacker, the obvious choice would be one Darius
'l 'YW Festus Leviticus Von Plant, world renowned for his ability to
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X W have fun and to stay out of trouble. Steve never seems to slow
.V g down: when he is not simply wandering around looking for
Q 5 something to do, he can be seen playing cards with Barbara or
Woody, talking with a group by the hall radiator, or engaging
in some more or less lgenerally less! sedate Senior Room sports,
such as frisbee, wiffle football. or miniature golf. After school
hours his athletic talents show forth, and he is found either
breaking new records in the broad jump, making impossible
shots on the basketball court, or lying on his back in the mud
while catching 30-yard passes. tHe has been known to catch
passes standing up. but prefers the more dramatic way.t One
final activity that might be mentioned is the time Darius has
spent searching Barley Mill Road for a Fiat left trustingly
parked at the curb earlier in the evening. With his brains, sense
of humor, athletic ability. and knack for making friends, Steve
cannot help being a success at Hamilton and in the years to
ge J .
Modern Dance 59
PHOEBE ANN POULTERER
One of the newest additions to the senior class Phoebe
better known as Phoo hee came to us from Lower lVler1on
High School this September Outwardly one of the quretest
Ulrls you eser want to meet she has the amazing ability to
out talk any body on any subject Phoebe noted for her driv
Phoebe IS famous for her first period ten yard dashes with
Susie for the senior room couch In a class of predominantly
poor bridge players Phoebe is one of the few who excel
An enthusiastic Contemporary Civilization student she has
participated in sexeral political conferences Phoebe, with
her brioht smile has made many friends during her short
time at Tower Hill and we know that she will achiewe success
and happiness in whatew er career she chooses
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Favorite Expression Im just so stupid' Its really
Noted for: Sticking her tongue out at Mr Oviatt
Ambition: Social Worker
Probable Occupation Milhonairess
Pet Like: Out-talking Wlartha
Pet Hate: People who call her Fibbie
Usually seen: Blushing
Dramatics 59 500181563106 59 Hockey Manager 39
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Softball 06 at Drunatie 0 38 Qecretary 59 Dance
Lonnnitttt 7 68 Qeerctarw 09 Exer reen Copy Editor.
BARBARA ANNE ROBINSON
Work? lt's nothing for Barlwara. Ever since she came to us
from linionville. Barhara has assumed more than her share of
class responsibilities. organizing concessions for various sports
events and railroading the lmoys into bringing their contributions
for Senior bake-sales. ln addition to maintaining excellent grades,
Barbara also finds time to enlighten vertain Senior hoys as to the
finer points in the art of playing Bridge. As one of the few
girls in the Senior Niath Class. she manages to get terrific marks
as well and is admirably qualified for this joh. it is doubtful
whether anyone will forget the wild parties Barbara threw at her
house. Aside from wrestling matches to see who got to See H77
Sunset Strip." harhershop quartets consisting of twelve to twenty
people. and one sorry little orange that went sailing through the
window. the parties were actually quite calm. Next year Barbara
will he heading South to lluke. where she will he surrounded
hy warmer climates and certain male institutions in which She
has shown a marked interest in the last few years. We all wish
her the hest of luck. and know that she will have fun as well
as create it when-ver she may lie.
Favorite Expression: "Oh, darnl darnl darnl"
Usually Seen: Definitely!
Probable Occupation: salesgirl in Johnson's
Pet Like: People
Pet Hate: Collecting Social Service pledges.
Noted For: Her auburn tresses.
Social Service Connnittee, '58, '59g Dramatirs. '58, Presi
dent, '59g Third Team Hockey, '57, Co-Captain, '58, Basket
ball, '58g Badminton, '59g Manager Basketball, '59, Tennis
'58g Softball, '58g Co-Circulation Editor of Dial, '59g Stu
Girls' State, '58g Buckhill Falls, '59.
LOUISE RANDALL SCHOONOVER
Fibbie's school spirit and magnetic personality have won her
the friendship of everyone at Tower Hill. How she manages to
be at two or three games at once. we'll never know. but her bass
voice can always be heard yelling. "Co Towerli' Since she entered
our school in 1957. she has certainly made a place for herself in
all phases of school life. As secretary, she naturally has kept the
Student Council notes in order 1 ? l She has also distinguished her-
self on the stage. playing various types of characters from maids
to snobs. No one will ever forget her superb portrayal of that
most memorable character. Mrs. Cliveden-Banks, the withered old
harridan in Oulunrd Hound.
In the mass of camel's hair coats in the senior room. one can
always pick out Fibbie's. lt's the one with the Williams scarf!
She is also the one whois always willing to play 'Ltaxi cab driveri'
to all those lost souls without rides. But then. who wouldnit want
to drive around in a cool blue convertible? Fibbieis quiet charm
and ambition have paved her way through high school and will
surely guide her through college and on to success in later life.
dent Council, Secretary, '59g Disciplinary Committee, '59,
Favorite Expression: You'd he surprised!
lfsually seen: On the telephone.
Prolnalile Occupation: Biology teacher at girls' school.
l'et Like: Interesting chemical mixtures.
Pet Hate: sloppy photography.
Noted for: Blondes.
Track and Tennis, '56, ,57g Football, '58g Wrestling, '57,
'58. 595 Track. '57, '58, '59g Projection Room Committee,
'51 '58, Chairman. '59: Science Cluh
l'.'z'ergreen, Photography Editor, '59,
EDWARD LORING SCHROEDER
Ned Schroeder is undoubtedly the senior we most wonder
ahout. Known as "Shred" to many of his close acquaintances. he
has made his three years here verv interesting indeed. His scien-
tific achievements are well known: if the reports we have heard
of his rocket tests are true. he will easily heat the Air Force to
the moon. Ned's photographic talents have heen extremely useful
this year. He not only processed pictures for the Evergreen and
Dial, hut also found time to produce reams of candids of various
fair damsels for the eager consumption of a numher of Ginter-
estedi' males. Ned is noted for many activities outside of school.
also. If the hill heside his house were ever mined. several tons of
lead bullets. shotgun pellets. and shattered tin cans could prohahly
be found, the evidence of hours of plinking hy Shred and friends.
His wrestling prowess. in the 167 pound class, is also well known.
Ned. our class early hird. arrives at school bv Volkswagen at
T130 every morning. and proceeds to spend the next half-hour
in the telephone hooth. Although a persistent rumor holds that
he is communicating: with the spirit world. his real occupation
there is known only to a few. and may not he released for puhli-
cation. With his scientific talent and friendly manner. Ned will
ccrtainlv go far. Mars mayhe?
HANS KONRAD SCHURMANN
Every year tht- American Field Service provides for the ex-
change of students between foreign countries and the United
States. The students are carefully chosen from the many applicants,
and the selected people are brought to this country for ten months.
We have been lucky this year to have Konrad Shiirmann join
us from Switzerland. Somehow always cheerful despite the strange-
ness of our language and Mr. Oviatt's English course, Konrad
goes about with a broad smile and a greeting for everyone he
He likes our classes and our girls too, Although we seldom hear
him, he has been known to display amazing talent at the keyboard
of one of Tower Hillis beaten pianos.
We will adways remember Konrad. and we all wish him the
best of luck.
FHNOIIIC Expression I dont know'
Usually Seen On the Senior room couch
Ambition Mountain climber
Probable Occupation Pianist
Pet Like Junior girls
35 I Pet Hate Popular music
. Noted For Acc ent
Library Committee 59 Dramatics Club 39 Football
J.V 58 Basketball 09 Track 09
Favorite Expression: "Ah-W hold it, boys"
Usually Sm-n: Going sotncwhcro
Ambition: Comma-rvial pilot
Prohahlr' Uvvupation: Hog call:-r
Pvt Like-: Loud inufflers
Pr-t Hate: Italian songs
Notvd for: Lawrc-nCP Welle talk
Lost and Found Committee '56, '57g Projection Room
Cotnnlittr-e' '58, '59g lland '56. '57, '58, 1595 Dance Band
'58, '59g Base-lmall-JV '56. '57g Baseball-Varsity '58, '59g
Football JV '56. 'STI Football -Varsity '58, l
ANDREW AUGUSTUS SMITH, JR
Sandy' came- north to join our happy hunch in the seventh
grade and sim-Q than has madly quite a plave for himself in the
class. His subtle humor and l.awrc-tic-P Wlelk voice may' gen-
erally' lie heard around thc- Senior Room or in class. On
weeksends. that grven and white- streak which you might see
around thc- Greenville- area is no doulrt the "Smitty'-mobile"
heading for toysn. Thr' next time- that you scv Sandy' in the
halls you 1-an ln- surv that iw is talking c-ilhs-r about hunting.
fishing. tht- farm. vars in gt-ne-ral. or tht- "Rant," During
rom-ss Smitty may usually In- found 1-ithe-r on Radiator Row.
in thc- Se-nior Room playing lilavk-,lar'k. or gahliing with the
Wfhc-n the doors of rollegv opt-n up to Sandy next fall. we
are sure that he will iw as nf-ll like-cl and appiw-1-iatvcl as he
was here at Tow:-r Hill,
Track '58, '59
GEOFFREY ALLEN SMITH
Big, blue-eyed Geoff's effervescent personality will be greatly
missed throughout the corridors of Tower Hill when he de-
parts this June. Certainly the pulchritudinous Sophomores of
Room 202 will not soon forget his hall antics with them. For
the past two years his presence has greatly aided the football
and wrestling squads. Wrestling heavyweight, he set a school
record this winter by pinning his man in 12 seconds flat.
Geoff's artistic talents were illustrated recently by his superb
acting in the Dramatics Club production, "Outward Boundf,
Along with many others, he found one hbig bug"-fourth
period English class. His pertinacity, integrity, good humor,
jovial spirits. and good sportsmanship well displayed the spirit
of Tower Hill. but above all. Geoff's kicking toe should be
immortalized in the annals of the school.
Favorite Expression Well if ll isn t
Usually Seen: Ohstructing the halls
Ambition: What ambition?
Probable Occupation 'Wan Mountain Dean s succe or
Pet Like: Sophomore girls
Pet Hate: Cadillacs
Noted For: Flirting
Dance Committee 58 Chapel and Assembly 59 Shop
'58g Dramatics 59 Football D1 58 Wrestling 58 59
Favorite expression: "Stone to ihe bone."
Usually seen: shrugging his shoulders
Amhition: Research chemist
Prohahle Occupation: disc jockey
Pet Like: "Fats" Domino
Pet Hate: Beethoven
Noted For: Slow driiing
Track and Tennis, '55, '56, '57g Lost and Found, chair-
man, 59: Band, '56, '57, '58g Science Club, '59.
JOHN WILLIAM SPARKS
Since John started at Tower Hill in the first grade, he has
seen many others join the class of 59 at various points along the
way. He has been a friend of every member of the class. If John
decides to be a disc jockey. he will definitely he the best ever to
graduate from Tower Hill. A record collector. he is familiar
with many recording artists in different fields. He is also known
for the caution he takes while driving. doing 18 to 20 miles per
hour in 25 zones and up to 30 in 40 zones. His lifetime speed
record has been estimated at 44.
During his summers. John has played many games of golf.
and has come out with some fairly good scores, hitting as few
as 53. for nine holes. He has also traveled in the West. and may
be considered an authority on such places as San Francisco and
The remainder of his
summer time is spent resting up for the next year of school. All
Grand Teton National Park in YVyoming.
kidding aside. John is an industrious student. and will do good
work in the college of his choice.
Favorite Expression: L'You Scrudln
lfsually Seen: ln startling color combinations
Ambition: Wife and mother
Probable Om-upation: Marriage counselor
Pet Like: Tight skirts
l'et Hate: lnsineere people
Noted For: Lack of athletic ability'
llanee Committee. '50, 'SHQ Soeial 51-rxiee Committee, '57
llramutic-s. '56, '58. '59: Chorus. '5T: Ilinl. '58: Erergreen
59: filnss Yiee l'r1-sirlent. '58: S4'1'l'l'lilI'y, '57
STEPHANIE ANN STULL
'lille sleek. blaek lmpala tears by tlie front of seliool at 8:34
ancl sr-reams In a ball in front of the gynmasium. Steph pops
quiekli out. tlasbes into the lront hall. tlrops ber books. anfl hurries '
belateclly into ebapel. As Copy lfrlitor for the E1'0I'iQ'l'L'6'l1. she kept
all tbe team-bers at 'li.ll. from eriticizing the grammar and Con-
struetion by eorreeting the mistakes of the proofs. As Feature
Eflitor for the llinl, she belpetl give a new tone to tbe Editorial
Page in making it more rlignilierl ancl intellectual 1 ? I. Stepllanieis
artistie abilities are somewhat questionable: bouever. she has
enterefl into tlie realm of the llembranclts with the usual fanatic
lerxor that bas been present lor most of ber sebooltlay s. We will
nexer be able In forget ber notorious parties. given over the past
fen years. It is with mueli regret that tlie familiar figure with tbe
blaek liuir anal eoneoetetl eolor eombinations leaves our number.
but ne know that tlie qualities xsliieli non ber respeet anfl uclmira-
tion at 'lioiser llill nill not fail ber in wbieliexer rlireetion slu-
Favorite Expression: "Did anybody see Alfred Hitchcock
Llsually Seen: Behind the wheel
Ambition: First woman racer at lndianapolis
Probable Occupation: First woman attendant at Cliff's Cas
Pet Like: Charles Adams and Rolande
Pet Hate: A full parking lot at Greenville
Noted For: Her quiet manner and her fast driving
Hockey '55g Modern Dance, '55, Tennis, '56, '57, '58, Bad-
minton, '56, '57, '58g Chorus, '56, '57, '58g Art, '59, Lost
and Found Committee, '56, Social Service Committee, '57,
Dining Hall Committee, '58g Dance Committee, '59g Ever-
SUSAN BARNES THAYER
Sue, who came to Tower Hill in the Eighth Grade. has been
a deceptively quiet person ever since we have known her. Behind
this shy facade is the real Sue-hacker par excellence, possessor of
a sparkling personality. and renowned hot-rod. Many of her less
fortunate classmates would like to discover her secret method of
The Thayer residence is a favorite haven for those who need
a shoulder to cry on. Sue will sit for hours commiserating with
her guest. This does not mean. however, that she is incapable of
throwing the gavest of parties. We will always remember the
delicious five o'clock breakfast that she fed some forty-odd raven-
ous Juniors after our Junior Prom.
At school Sue is the person on whom we rely to do a job well.
She can often be seen marching purposefully down the hall on
some secret mission involving the Dial or the Evergreen.
As our Senior year draws to a close. we all regret having to say
good-bye to such a true friend. Each one of us wishes her the
very best of luck during her college years and at her new home.
and hopes that she will come back to see us often.
Favorite Expression: There will be a Dial meeting .
Usually seen: On his way to Wawasett Park.
Ambition: To become a diplomat.
Probable Occupation: A second Frank Sinatra.
Pet Like: People who get their Dial articles done early.
Pet Hate: Senior Math.
Noted For: Getting hurt off the football field.
Football, ,l.V., '55. '56: Varsity. '57. '58: Basketball.
,l.V.. '57, '58: Baseball, ,l.V., '56. '57. '58: Varsity.
Dial, '55, '56, Assistant Editor, '57, Editor-in-Chief,
Student Council. '55, '56, '57, '58: G.S.0. Treasurer,
HARRY ERIC WANNER
"How are you supposed to understand this Math?" These
words are often heard in the Senior Room, and more times than
not, they are coming from Ricky. Affectionately known as '4Sticky"
by the members of the football team, he will long be remembered
by Baird as the center who did the most to hurt other members
of the squad. However, he did help the team greatly for the last
two years with his ferocious blocking and his pinpoint 15 yard
centers. Ricky was one of the true leaders of our class, elected to
the Student Council for four years, and serving as G.S.0. treas-
urer during his Junior year. Nearly every Dial that he published
was of first-rate quality. except maybe those that were finished
late Sunday night. HVon Vanner" was the only person in our class
who fulfilled the requirements for the American Field Service. By
the way. Ricky, what was that little French girl's name? Tower
Hill's loss will be New Fngland's gain next year. when Rick goes
north to college.
A.F.S., '58: Chorus, '56, '57, '58, '59: Operetta Lead, '57
'58: Safety Committee, '55, '56, '57: Ercrgreen Sport:-
Favorite expression: "Hersh up"
Usually seen: On the athletic field
Ambition: Airline hostess
Probable Occupation: Housewife
Pet Like: Sports cars
Pet Hate: Insincere people
Noted for: Athletic ability
H0Ck0Y, .l.V. '55, Varsity '56, '58, captain '57: Basketball, ggi. '
.l.V. '55, Varsity '56, '57, '58, captain '59: Softball, Varsity 'f",+11 .
'56, '57, '58, '59, Lost and Found Committee '56, Dance ",, ,A
Committee '57, Social Service Committee '58, Athletic As- f?5g'?
sociationg Chorus '56, '57, '58, '59,
Few people realize the fact that Bev has a wonderful sense
of humor-perhaps because she only occasionally uses it.
Moreover, Bev is the kind of person who is always ready to
help a friend in distress if it is humanly possible. But Bev is
most well-known forfher supreme versatility in practically all
sports. Being one of the few athletically-inclined girls in our
class, she has contributed to many of our victories be it on
the softball field, basketball court, or hockey field. ln addi-
tion to her unforgettable athletic achievements, we shall always
remember her delightful performances in the successful op-
erettas as she also possesses a wonderful talent for singing.
Bev's amiable, obliging attitude toward her classmates has
won her many friends. Tower Hill will miss her, most of all,
for her memorable contribution as a devoted teammate always
ready and capable in pulling her team through tight situations
Favorite Expression: "You Fink"
lfsually Seen: Fulking.
Ambition: To get rich quick.
Probable Occupation: Ticket seller at the Pale-stra.
Pet Like: Ricky Nelson
Pet Hate: Preppy Characters.
Noted For: Lightness afoot.
l'rojer'tion Room Committee, '56. '57, ,582 Chapel and As
'56: Track. '51 Varsity. '58. '59g liuck Hill Falls llonfer
ence Representative. i591 Boys' State, 58: Class Vice Prcsi
dent. '56. '59.
WILLIAM TAYLOR WOOD, JR.
lf you should see a big lump in the corner of the senior room
who is spasmodically banging his head against the wall. muttering
something unintelligible. and hitting himself. have no worry. ltis
only Vlfoody. and the Lafayette Leopards have lost a tough chess
match. Bill just lost an argument or he has received the horrible
news that he got an 35 on a History Test. Actually, Bill is quite
a likeable. dependable guy. as anyone will affirm. His timely' re-
marks can leave a group in stitches. .lust ask Mr. Savage. A good
student. Bill mystifies other members of the Senior Class by
getting excellent marks, and still managing to watch TV regularly.
If anyone wants to know what movie is in town. and how good
it is. just ask Bill. He is also quite familiar with Lafayette College.
Bill's great love. however. is basketball. Rarely a winter week-end
goes by without his seeing at least one college or professional
game. Bill claims he wants to be a lawyer. but it would not surprise
any of us if he should end up as Ric-ky N4-lsonis publicity agent.
sembly Chairman, '59g Chorus, '56, '57. '58: llramatics
liusincss Manager, '59g Football, j,V.. '53, '56. Varsity. '57
'58: Basketball, ,l.V,. '56, '57. '58, Varsity, .591 Baseball
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ln accordance wlth customarx procedure our class
started plans for the Junlor Prom ruth a burst of
CIllllllSl3QlU which soon dwlndled Into xaln attempts
to recrult workers for the weeklx rneetlngs After we
had labored slowly along for the entlre xear the
nlght before the dance flnallx arrlved but when we
had put up all of our decoratlons the next day we
looked at them aghast The gsm was nearlx barren
nlght hem Yorks famed Tunes Square dazzled the
eses of the dancers
In the last nnnute actluty me had rlgged up 1n
the mrddle of the floor an enchantlng clrcle whose
orlgln no one has qu1te been able to explarn Rlckx
Wanner spent the entlre day mduclng the Camel clga
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during the evening. Our stunning havkclrop was a
smash Success. as it rightly Should have been. von-
Sidering the work put into it. Naney l.awrenee'S re-
freshments r'ouldn't have been better. while everyone
enjoyed Ralph Stuart? music:
After a Swimming party given hy the Piersons.
Maroneys. Kirkpatrieks. and llvfles. followed by a
breakfast at Sue Thayerls. we returned to the Scene
of the crime at about 7 ANI.. rushed into the gym,
and tore everything to shreds. After three days of
hauling out and scrubbing up. we left the gym spotless
and unscarred and settled down to our Qummere con
tent that we had produced a trulv memorable parts
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of their next tim years at
Tower Hill they will lmeernne
xulualwle aflclitinns to the world.
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G Malone B Vernon J Welsbrob J Evans S Davi E Bayard D Patterson R Arrington
MIDDLE SCHOOL COUNCIL
This year the Middle School with the addition of twenty
nine new students had a total enrollment of one hundred
eighty eight a record in the history of Tower Hill With so
many 1nd1v1duals to draw from the Middle School was
bound to and did have a successful year
As usual the Middle School was represented by the Coun
c1l from the Eighth Grade Betty Rosenberg President
James Weisbrod Bruce Vernon did an admirable job From
the rth grade Leslie B1 sell Treasurer Steve Davis Dun
can Patterson and Gene Bayard and from the 6th grade
E G Crichton Ellen Cussler and George Malone did their
best Fifth Grade representatives were Mary Lunger and
Roger Arrington This wear s Council was busy with safety
cleanliness and in September ran the orientation for new
students before chool began The Council gave a welcoming
partv for new arrival The annual prize for the best
Christmas decorations of one room was again awarded by
this group ln May the Council gave the annual Birthday
Partv which has become a well established tradition for
the entire Middle School
Vlany of the as embly programs were outstanding Some
of these were accounts of ummer Konrad Schurmanns
talk on Switzerland and Miss Jones account of her trip to
tume party on Halloween The whole Middle School con
tributed to and in the famous two rehearsal Chrl tmas Play
The Eighth Grade went to Friends for the yearly dance
while the Eighth Grade was host to the Elghth Grade of
Friends The Eighth Grade also wrote and produced their
operetta for the first time
ln pite of ups and downs the Middle School tuck it
through to have one of the most memorable years in 1lS
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P Morgan J 'NIcDev1tt J 'NIcKay THIRD ROW l' La'Nlotte T Wlld ,I Slmmon T Wheelock
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This year. a comparatively' new Chorus. under the
capahle direction of Calvin Rourgeault. strove to achieve
rare heights. lfyeryone was well pleased with the effects.
ln their first pulilic appearance at a Rlednesday' :Xs-
semlrly. the performance was done in the manner of
an actual rehearsal. and proved to he quite effective. The
Christmas Pageant. devised lmy Nlr. Patterson and Mr.
Rourgeziult. was lmeautifully done. as evidenced hy' the
reverent silence as the curtain descended.
With various Spring performanees serving to demon-
strate the perfected techniques of the group. the Chorus
completed its actual yearis work. All the memhers. as
well as Mr. Rourgeault. must he complimented on the
results of their work.
The 'lower llill Rand was. this year. one of the most
talented groups of instrumentalists in the schools history.
Ralance and experience were the reasons for this im-
provement. ln hi-weekly practices. the group prepared
for their several performances of the school year. ln the
fall. Toweris green-caped hand collaborated with the
cheerleaders to raise the school spirit in lmoth the foothall
games and pep rallies. At the conclusion of the foothall
season. the hand turned to a more serious vein. and
hegan work on the instrumental section of the Christ-
mas Pageant. .-Xt this performance. it was demonstrated
that Tower llillis musicians can adapt their style to suit
the occasion. The carols and religious selections were
enjoyed hy all. The final appearance of the year for
the group was at the Spring Concert. where they' proved
conclusively that under the excellent direetorship of Nlr.
Caryeth. the school hand has developed into an organiza-
tion of which Tower llill can he proud.
FIRST ROW: C. Pierson. R. Williams. B. Wild, L. Morgan. C. Nichols
H. Handloff. A. Arsht: SECOND ROW: E. Gummey, P. Attix P
otte. F. Dillon. P. Theisen, G. Rowletl. C. Rothroek, R. Daw on
'l'lllRD RUYV: ll, Rrearly. C. Pechin. W. Laxlotte. R. Cussler
Wlinner. R. Rogers. H, Roluertsonz .Xlusentz E. Chicks-ring. S. Robert on
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met under the ahle rl1ref't1on of Nlr Bocher
to pur ue mam xarled projecte ln the fleld of
art xllltlllf' these were 1111 and mater pamtlng
ketchmg das Qculpture potters metal work
111th Qllx er and Copper enamel work and f1h11
pamtmv Wlth Queh a mde ChOlC6 of projecte
each per on mai ahlf to chooee one Wh1Ch IU
tereetefl hlfll and everyone fell to work w1th
enthu llcllt Cm11pet1t1o11 for the Harm Award
presentul 'it the end of each sear spurred
rxuuf t o 11s he-t on X'il'l0UQ pro ec 2
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DANCE BA D
This year Tower Hill again offered its musi-
cally inclined students an opportunity to play
dance music. Those interested responded form-
ing a well balanced group of instrumentalists.
Plans for this years Dance Band included per-
formances in full period assmnblies as wf-ll as
the annual Spring Concert. At the latter date
the group swung out with its best liked numbers
and popular harmom The members of the
Dance Band hope that next year thew can per
fect enough arrangements to present an upper
school dance Much credit for the success of this
group IQ to be given to Mr Caneth our
The aim of the Science Club 1s to introduce to
its members a scientific method of thought and
construction Lnder the competent guidance of
Wr Hutt and Vlr Crichton thew begin XHTIOUQ
project which can be followed to a logical con
CIUSIOH Some students who were only working
in the club for recreation discovered that with
a little work and polish thex could make their
projects good enough to enter in the Delaware
State Science Fair Fntrance in this exent 1
what other who are C1EI1llflC8llY inclined are
doing The Science Club 1s an entirely worth
while organization and with appreciation will
aid ffreatlx in the adxancement of Tower Hill
FIRST ROW left to right J Mann H Johnson S Smith W Smlth M
Trawer R Barton SECOND ROW R Kmsmger T Collison J Krewatch
I. Chickerin K Schurmann ABSENT C LaNIotte D Nes L Valk
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FIRST ROW left to rlght L Schoonower S Hyde S Plant W WIILIIIS SECOND ROW R
'Waronev ,I Straub ,I Krtwatch .I Perkms 'NI Flemmg L Cronm W LaMotte D Ness R
Barton E Wanner Ab ent P Hentschel
TUDE T COUNCIL
The gIUfI9I1I Councll tartefl th1 xear In taking part 1n an
0I'lCI1I'lIlUIl program of the neu students the clas before school
opened The purpose of thls program was to ellmlnate ome of
the eonlu lon which neu stuclents encounter the flrst few dass
of school Our part ln thls program con lQICfl of glX1Hg the new
students a gulclecl tour of the Lhool hlghhghtlng the more lm
Another part of the program was to supplw a Certam amount
of CIICCIIJIIIN around the school CQPBCIHIIX IH the halls and study
In aclclltlon to the dlselpllne program we have completelw
rectlflefl thf flame sltuatlon Thls ulll now mean that lmmedlately
prlor to fl3IlU'4 there will not he the aukuarrl problems that hate
Come up m the past
Xt pre-ent the rounul IS xmrklng on what mll perhaps be
lL grfatz t tontrlhutlon the ln IIIUIIOII of an honor sy tem at
Toner Ilull Surh a sx tem would be a QlgHlflC8IlI step tovsarcls
greater sturlent rf-ponslhllltw and partlclpatlon ln the affalrs of
COI Nl IL OFFICERS SEATED L Schoonmer Secre
tan 9 Ilan! Ire ldent STANDING W WIull1 Treas
ure r S Hxde Ylce Pre xdent
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halls. This phase of our work has gone very smoothly.
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FIRST ROW left to r1ght P Wlendolla S Turner ,I H1ll S Low P LaMotte co chairman N
Lawrence co cha.1rn1an L Schoonover S Carrmgton P P0ult1rer SECOND ROW R Joyce
J Sm1th ,I Kramer S Beck A Dugdalc B McCoy P Reese C Rexford M Wellford THIRD
ROW P Hentschel J Charamella L Pechin C Rothrock R H1ck11-rt S WCICRCII R Williams
L Morgan M Repinan FOURTH ROW D Selbs J Al1ern11tl1y M Brandt G Rowlett N
xans D Byu NI CUIIIIIIKX C Nichole M Arsit FPTH ROW E Gri ES C u
Ollln E Holl11l11 I3 lllkillfl I 7 1r BL 1 11 N1 JN
SOCIAL SERVICE COMMITTEE
The Social Serxice Co1111111ttee hae again tried to bring
Tower Hill Lloier to the out ide world of 1har1t11Q 'md
worthw organizatione We haxe continued the a11t111t1es
carrled on in prexioue xeare Hllfl although we haxe metituted
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Park O1k la 11ur Korean War orphan took up lllllfll of
our time th1Q xear Heretofore the Lover and Middle
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thex haxe Qhoun a general 1pf1lh1 to11'1rd her The I pper
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Cl6'QtfW6fl hut th1Q xear '1 greater emphaeii uae placed on
keeping 1 1loQer pereonal 1o11ta1t 111th her Nlam people
IN rote letterc to her and her lettera to ue were read before
al three whoole At Chriitmae we Gent her preeentc of
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l11 tr11d t1 11h1e1e ite goal of f111a11e1al and materia aid
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FIRST ROW left to nght R Ro er E Duke S Thayer B Roh1nSon J Plerson chalrman
T Coll1Son W FFIIZ S Plant SECOND ROW J Feldman P Foebel S Rmard R McCoy
'Nl K Theohuld H Johnbon 9 Stu tr R Blrd THIRD ROW H Robertson D Brewster H
Pollard R Dolwlm R f11SSlLr Imkxmocl 'XRSFNFI M Rul if l Kltchell J Krewatch A
Sprumm E Wmmr
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the 1ome11t1o11al f'hr1StmaS Scene Thex Set to work fexer
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mlttee Set about creatmff a handhook of helpful h1ntS for
urf rl1 1111 froup YIXIIIIQ' daneeS The hrolclet ID
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iShly. and 1111 the night of llf'f'f'Illllf'f lflth the gy 111 1saS Vlllll- future.
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The Projection Room Cominittee has con-
tinued to Serve the School by providing operators
for the motion-picture projectors. hy maintaining
tht projector and 111 trfnining apprentice op
1r1or 1111 equipment 1111lu1l111g t1so moue
projectore '1 llde projector and an opaque
projutor were 1111117961 not onlx lll '1ue1111l1eQ
l1ut '11 11 III claa ei for pecial f1l111 lectureg
The flonimittee memlier operated 1111112 1n
ltlthflllllg a Qemhlie in clamea 'md occaqonallx
it esenlng lecture at the Qchool Inder Vlr
lritrhtoni guidance chairman Ned qchroeder
1111 111 1 21Qtant f'h'1rleQ11ul 1111t1r1ted 1 1ro
gram of training among the xounger member:
fXltl1ough the COHIIIIIUPP Q Serum: IH ronfmed tc
the Qchool it IQ Qllll a real 'md xaluable function
LEFT TO RIGHT D Brearly C Paul E Schroeder chairman R Barton
R Urmston Q Nlarwel ABSENT 9 Kirkpatrick H Ahernathw W uxnn
Under the ahle dlrectlon of the facultx ad11Qor lVlr Wild the
Safety Committee maured an accident free 1ear at Tower Hill
Thia waa accompliohed hx the d111Q1on of the committee into two
committeea Hall qafetx and Outiide Saleh In acld1t1on to work
mg on theQe committeea the qafetx Committee dictrlhutecl new
Qafetx fire exit and c1111 defenie poiteri The memberc haxe algo
participated in Qt'1t1 11111 l1'lll0Il3l Qafetx campalgn for eximple
the Fifth Annual Youth Conference on Traffic qafeh it Doxer
to which we Qent fue delegate proxlded us 111th muth v1lu'111le
information 011 the Safety programa of other QchoolQ Through
theie effort2 ue hop: me hfne Gucceedecl III 1111k111gz Toner Hill
one of the Qafeat Qchoola III Delau are
I'lRQ'I ROW left to r1 ht J Qteinfeld T Smith G
Buwxrd cl1t11r111an R Stesencon SECOND ROW N
Wr1l1t NI Cadot T Cares J Nevstll THIRD ROW
1 .ltxcquot D 'lclton R Km er1 'NI Acken C Lawotte
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ST ROW. left to right: S. Speaknian. K. Draper. N. Chickerin
SECOND ROW: W. Wright. .I. Sparks. chairman.
ciscn. chairman. S. Robertson.
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N UNI! ROW R Nptik 1 o Q THIN! Nl liurrow
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LOST AND FOUND
The function of the Lost and Found Committee is to
collect lost articles and regularly patrol the lockers. suh-
mitting the articles to Nlrs. Nlilus to he displayed in the
front hall and at Home and School meetings. The less
valuahle unclaimed articles are auctioned off to the
faculty at the end of the year. and the profits are given
to the Social Service Committee.
This year a new committee. the Green Key, was or-
ganized hy a group of Junior girls. This committee had
nothing to do with the previous Green Key. discontinued
two years ago. The six memhers drew up a constitution
naming the duties of the group as follows: to guide
visitors around school. to help the cheerleaders. to provide
transportation for all non-players to athletic events. to
send out maps to schools which come to compete with
us. to serve refreshments to visiting teams. With Miss
Oixeill as the faculty advisor. the Green Key has had
a verv successful vear.
The chief function of the Lihrary Committee. under
the direction of Mrs. Wright. is to give an annual book
fair. This year the committee gave the Tower Hill Book
Roundup. llecemher I to 5. A tea for parents and
faculty tilt llecemher first started off the fair at which
a wide variety of hooks was oh sale. All profit made by
the sale was l1Ft'fl to huy additional hooks a11d materials
for the lihrary. Wlhen memhers of the committee have
free tin1c. they replace Mrs. Wright at the desk in the
lihrary to give l1er extra time for her other library duties.
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joxment tht Toner Illll football
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denre and lull he hae placed In In
athletec We are trulw fortunate to
haxe Queh a fine leader at Tower
The team would alfo like to thank
the other memher of the Coaching
-txff B'lII'flBFlIIIl1gll3Il1 'XIr Wlld
lXIr Ivallfflv 1ndlX'Ir Hughe Thece
in tht men who haxe made our
te'1m Q0 great and who mll con
IIIIUI t dc o IH the future lt
the-f men 'tt the helm Tower Hlll
ffotlnll mll rertalnlx eontmue to
he a Quccewful constructlve part of
our Chool llfe
HAWK POLLARD GORDON BKSSARD
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SIT'l1ll"l D Brmrlq I Strauh D 4141 K 414 1 ci I 'Wann
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plaxul 14111f14le11tl1 lltililllg llllc our outgtancling game of
the QeaQ4111 The IV jou111exe4l to Nllclclletown to plax
the Sa1ntQ for the lact game Thi- uae L1 Qlaughter for
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CROSS COU TRY
The former Hull Crm fuuntrx team Compared wxlth the reet of the
ltx rncl countx team :hcl not do an nnprewne Joh Although our
S e 'll 1 1 nc IIPIH on the telln retort mai
tlthough tht ttnn dnl not luring, hmnf 'Im trophies the purpme of
fro-N fountrx at ftmr Hull llllpI'llXflH6Hl II1 hefilth ind Qtrength
xx as not clt feated
The he-it perforrnnuu nnonv fmser Hlll runnerg were made by
Pete Peteruon nho pluul frrit three tnneQ and Qecond truce and by
John Sternfeld mth two f1r2tQ and three Qeconck Captaln RlCh Km
Singer 'Vlrckex Fltnnnf jeff H111 'Vllke 'N1tGrexs Ronnie Maronew
link june 'lmn lullx md Une Brearls 21140 chd connnendable job
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FIRST ROW left to fl ht Tricia Colt Lynn Morgan Bu Wild Capt fdrolwn Nlehols Pam
Then-,en SEC UND ROW Cale Pier on We fummu Patti Xttlx 'Ninn Clllfliiflflg. gldI1lW
Robertson Helen ,lohnwn
The War itx hofkex team enclerl it xerx succeisful season
x 1 scxeu um 0 anf one tie e lrt frame
tie sea on was against Suedeshoro who upset u 0
C uicklx makmff up for that lm s the lllller nent on to mn
against Lama ter Cuuntx llax 3 2 llli '31 and FI'1CIlLlQ
Ne 1 rt mth an merishelmmf f f re uf
ur seconrl uifl lat lo was to crm s brrxc ssh: re
e ul u f on ue sl1ug.htfrtfl It
casmt D U mfl ll6'fY3Il tu get retulx for the lllg game mtl
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1 l l tu Patti Xtttx enmr center half seorul our one a
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lil hirfl on ami manaffr lhoeht luulterfr anfl Nanci
urtnfe thf s
2 l record Nt xt xear train captdlnerl hx Helen johnson
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Fri ' 1 ls Fel nl. The Varsity manarel tw l ll l'lTlf'!1flF tw
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tml' gual. We linixhel I th- seasmi ly heating 'Vtnall fl-l
Vliitl ' 'ssistanrfe uf ' rhes Xliss YN -'Il ' l Nliss
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l,a - - . f team nizuiagerl tu fini h the- seasmi with 11
sho I l ' ' L 1: l 'A J --Ile sv' sun.
PATTI ATTIX HELEN JOHNSON SYDNEY ROBERTSON
GALE PIERQON MEG GUNINIEY
NIIQ9 O NEILL Coach
LYNN MORGAN CAROLYN NICHOLS
' 2 PAM THEISEN NANCY CHICKERING TRICIA COLT
YI ROW l1ft to rx hr E W fl u ll I3 Daw on L Lowdon Capt I Falrman R
William IJ 'NI1tl 1r SEI UNI? IIOW I5 NIJ y Q Qpcaknlan F Rowlett WI Wellford
ll U F V1 1' J ROW I 1 S Bull I' Ihllon I. Irwm C Rnthro lc
UNIOR VARSITY HOCKEY
L. I.UW'IJON. Captain
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at tnneQ lmul thu pulled throuffh and managed to wind
mth num fl nur ma Qednn recon na:
1 12 Thf V quarl lllflllflffl given Junmre fue Q0 0
Ill! fl m 1 IIIIC group nf poten 13
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' 'lu final gZ'lIlN. Werttown. Pnflf-rl in 1 I-I ie.
H 1 N. J gum wif fair y young, anrl green. lnut IIIPY im-
prnvul Stffaflily in qkill anfl 1lPtPrminati1m. and were moulclecl
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L Brown P I oehcl NI Dax N I mrfnrr
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Left to right: P. The-isen, C. Nichols, M. McGrew, N. Lawrence.
I4-ft to right: li. I.ixir1gut1m.K, Vlunl. IH Uldavh. T. Laird.
CENTER S Hyde captaln STANDING C Bussard W Fritz W LaMotte P Mllus W
Wood R Cu ler S Plant W Mull: H Pollard .I Pler on
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The 1959 basketball season was one of thrl1l and
heartbreak This ycar s team w as a green one and what
it did was HIHHZIHU But what It almost dnl was eyen
more amazlnf for with only one returning starter this
ball mlub fashioned a 97 record and came within an
uf-lash of pullln off some of the biggest upsc ts of the
year Of the teams fue losses three were to the two
top tfams IH the tounty and any one of thesf contests
could haye gone the other way A large measure f
tra lt must ffo to first year toati Hughe w io tid so
was an exciting team to watch one that will 1onf' be
remembered and cafh member of the squad deseryes
It would be supf rfluous to run down the details of eyery
game but a ff w of the hl hh, ts of this 39 season are
we wort mtntlon After disastrous pre season strlm
mi 15 against fonrad and Ut Pleasant the team opened
against St Andrew two days after the end of Christmas
xacatlon The game was close but the timely shooting
of corner men Plant and Fritz capped a uctory The
club then embarked on a four-game wandering spree,
starting at Germantown. The Philadelphia Quakers had
lost strength since last year, and the Green won, 65-38,
once again paced by '4O11ie" Fritz who had a twenty
plus afternoon. After a prosaic victory over Church
Farm in their expansive gym, the team visited St. James
in their homey quonset hut. Trailing by fifteen at half-
time, Tower Hill closed the gap and evened the score
with less than four minutes left. However, quonsetville
and fouls led to our first and most disappointing loss.
The club ended its travels at Alapocas To the scream
ine of the Friends School fans the blue team shot well
and won, 7146 It was a heart rendlng loss, but to
a fine ball club Captain Steve Hyde shone in defeat,
turning 1n h1s finest performance of the year with a
br11l1ant 21 points
COIIIIH0' home finally the Hillers knocked off two con
secutive victorles over Westtown and Chestnut H111 O
the road 308111 the team lost a tough one to Claymont,
despite a fine shooting performance by West Fritz
Back home affaln the Green took on the Hun School
fue Ahead early the Hillers dissipated a large lead,
and the score was all even at the end of regulatlon play
With fifteen seconds left in the overtime Hun had a one
pomt lead a one and one chance on the foul line, and the
frame ln the baff But the first foul shot went awry, and
seconds later Hyde drew a foul and hit two beauties for
the hall game
The next contest was the Friends rematch With a
new defense and a lot of hustle the home forces had the
uakers on the run and trailed by only a point at the
half Howexer our second half shooting cooled off and
upset chances went down the drain It was the one we
might haye won Then came the ball game we should
haye won Sanford, with high scoring Johnny Mullls,
visited us The hlffhly touted, widely traveled gold team
found itself held eyen at the end of regulation, but
hit four points in the extra period for the win
T e last two contests of the season were good wins
to c d on At York we swamped an inept Pennsylvania
quintet 81 'Sl We ended as we started with St Andrews
and this time tr md tonunclnflx oxer the Saints with
bl Nlunch fiussler leadln the way
lhns was a solid team and one that neier died They
had rou h losses but better wins and with a little luck
some losses might haue frone the other way The prospect
for next year IS bright lets hope that this is the first
of many successful Hughes teams
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M Cadot T Cary P Hour J Krewdtch M Flemm J Lockwood J Kramer captam W
Blrd I Straub J Charamella R Urmt n J Stemfeld H Abmrnathy
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13 YEAR OLD BASKETBALL
12 YEAR OLD BASKETBALL
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Pechm breaks down his Haverford
Hentschel switches his Haverford op
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advances for a takedown and his sub
Penn wrestler who unsuccessfully at
tempts to switch h1m
Kinsinger holds on against a William
Captain Tommy Smith bulls over his
St. .-Xndrew's opponent.
Heavyweight Geoff Smith moms in for
the head chancery and arm har in the
Hun School match
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around for a takedown at Haverford
Left to rlght E Duke manager H .Iohn on K Kay J Balley N ChlCk6I'lI'lg P Atux captaln
S Robertson P Thelsen B Wlld F Schoonover manager
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With only four returnin yar lty players the Hlllers hope
fully opened their season a ainst Sanford the Thursday after
Christmas yacatlon The startin team included Bey Wild
Sydney Robertson and Pam Thelsen as forwards and captain
Patti Attix Kathy Kay and Nancy Chickerln, as ,uards On
the bench Iane Bailey waited for action This ,ame turned out
to be Towers first yrctory with a score of 18 to I6 Sydney
Robertson was hi h scorer with 23 pomts
In the next Dame this time abalnst Penns Grove from New
Jersey Sydney s hich scorlnb 2-1 pomts broucht Tower another
uctory with a score of 68 to II In the followino game agalnst
undefeated Nlt Pleasant Tower played well and won by a 21
followed by Helen Johnson with I4 pomts The next game
aoalnst St Flizabeths proyed to be the teams Waterloo as
they went down to defeat 21 36 Friends our arch rival and
Sanford as well bowed to Tower s team as we came out ahead
38 32 and 5120 respectively Swedesboro accounted for the
teams second and last defeat as they outscored T H 55 11
Lancaster and Westtown were the next two encounters they
lost to Tower 59 31 and 5130 The ,lrls then journeyed to
Shipley the afternoon before the boys Friends game and
recorded the1r C1 hth victory 51 36 The second Friends ,ame
re emphasized Towers supremacy wlth a score of 18 34 The
last Dame of the season was play ed atainst Ellis on their home
court As a final touch the team broucht back a victory 63 25
With a 102 record the Girls Varslty basketball team IS to
be commended on their excellent season Next years team
with Kathy Kay as captain should achieye eyen reater
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