Tower Hill School - Evergreen Yearbook (Wilmington, DE)

 - Class of 1960

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TOWER HILL SCHCOL WILMINGTON, DELAWARE EVERGREEN 1960 To Mr. Coates: It is to you, Mr. Coates, that the Senior Class dedicates this piece of itself, the 1960 Evergreen. It is not an empty gesture made because of tradition but rather an honest and heartfelt thank you for your interest and guidance in all our projects. Since our ninth grade year, we have always had you to fall back on, and it was reassuring indeed to know that you were there and willing to lend us a hand. This hand was readily extended to us for trivial problems too, for to you, any of our troubles were worthy of consideration. There were times when we ourselves doubted our ability, but after talk- ing with you, we emerged ready to tackle anything. You can be sure that we were all pleased and proud to learn that you were chosen to be our new headmaster this year. Whatever the future may hold, Mr. Coates, we know that you will con- tinue to do an outstanding Rib in all your endeavors. The Class of 1960 is the richer for knowing you! FOREWORD Another year has come and goneg a year like any other year perhaps, when compared to the infinite sweep of time, but to us, the class of 1960, a year to be remembered. It is a year that marks an important division in our lives. As our graduation day approaches, we look back with mixed feelings on our period of basic learning. While we are reluctant to leave the carefree days of our childhood and adolescence, we are eager to look forward and to accept the challenge of maturity and of life itself. The class of 1960 sincerely thanks Tower Hill for the privi- lege of its academic, athletic, and extracurricular opportunities. Sadly, but not regretfully, we leave the embracing arms of Tower Hillg yet we embark upon this next phase of our life with enthu- siasm and optimism. A We hope that this 1960 Evergreen will convey to you some of the memories that have made our Senior year so enjoyable. TABLE OF CONTENTS FACULTY .... .... P . 7 SENIORS ............ .... P . 17 UNDERCLASSMEN ........ P. 59 MIDDLE SCHOOL ......... P. 69 LOWER SCHOOL .... .... P . 75 ACTIVITIES ...... .... P . 79 SPORTS ..... .... P . 97 W. BROOKE STABLER Headmaster 1951-1960 A school is made up of many thingsg faculty, students, and facilities, but above all the headmaster. The headmaster guides a school, sets its scholastic standards and influences its spirit. As Headmaster of Tower Hill Mr. Stabler has made an immeasurable contribution to its prestige in the community. Under his able leadership Tower Hill has grown scholastically and spiritually. He has introduced many new courses and has insisted on a fine, interested faculty until Tower Hill has become known as one of the finest secondary schools in the country. His religion classes and meaningful chapel talks have been a great help in answering the religious questions of many students. He has instilled in Tower Hill Students a pride in their school and a firm belief in the spirit behind it. Mr. Stabler's retirement will surely leave a tre- mendous gap in Tower Hill life. However, he will maintain contact with the students in chapel talks and in his position as assistant to the President of the Board of Trustees. Moreover, Mr. Stabler has con- tributed so much in building Tower Hill that he will always remain a part of it. His spirit of service and devotion have set a fine example to Tower Hill stu- dents that will always influence their lives. Both his tangible contributions and personal philosophy will continue to make Tower Hill a source of inspiration for its students. The Senior Class cannot really express its appreciation of Mr. Stabler, but it will try to make his principles an integral part of their lives. Perhaps in this way they can thank one of the finest people they will ever meet. -uw. 'vii' rvi. -5",25s., ya-min 55' -.em-, ff- 0 .srgw ff. 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V , --,nf-' if-5 5 3i,f7i3Qf.'5g?fgE'.-gsfv- 7 JE: . sf. ,.:ys,.,' 'lf -.'-.1 .w'H:--'Lg-:Qs V. :. ' .:4..1-3.. -g.,-.-,up A-gn! .r,,.-A 5.5-.i 'BQ - hz- 55? ijgii ,- ,Wa 2+ n, ' ' --f-.V 'Inf .' 5- ' - ,. V- -nr--wil ' .-fini?" "fs Eff. 'AZ-. ,. A-.:::"'w f..."-f'rE'. M. J y . Q. 'Q 1- 55? z'9'4.-fmfr::f.1V'V.i " J:?m"'. Q , asia- Um- ag-gg' ., I fm 1.21.-.V. . V-Jiffy.: ': . 4 :vi-1 .,1....5 T V1 11 .. -,...- . , .,--. .-.,.V-. . 12' 2 . . .W .LZ-1 r, -42 --g -t1- .,,g:., 2,1 f725.if5?i:e7 ,,..V 6? ,-' 3-,ally -J fb 57. "'Q?.3:J62"?'-'-'14 f N- TZQ- .ff fx., V: 1+ . .'f:gEF'Ki3' -.. 2 , . .V,V.,fe. Nffg-p,.,- - ' g '5- 'g in if Jr. Seated: Dr. Robert B. Flint, William Winder Laird, Pierre S. DuPont, Ill, Ford B. Draper, George Burton Pearson, Standing: John K. Jenney, Paul J. Nowland, Dr. Samuel Lenher, Alexander L. Nichols, lrenee DuPont, Jr. Absent: W. Sam Carpenter, III, Alfred E. Bissell, William A. Bours, lll. Education C ommitteef Robert B. Flint, Chairman Samuel Lenher Alexander L. Nichols Scholarship Committee Samuel Lenher, Chairman lrenee DuPont, Jr. Pierre S. DuPont, III W. Brooke Stabler Finance Committee Pierre S. DuPont, lll, Chairman Alfred E. Bissell Paul J. Nowland Building and Planning Committee W. Sam Carpenter, lll, Chairman William W. Laird Alexander L. Nichols Ex Officio: Pierre S. DuPont, lll W. Brooke Stabler 'Advisory Members of the Education Committee: Mrs. David H. Dawson 8 Mrs. Richard W. Trapnell, lll Mr. Coates was born in Wayne, Pennsylvania. He attended Episcopal Academy in Philadelphia and graduated from there in 1943. From 1943 until 1946, he wrved in the United States Navy as a lieutenant. He attended Wil- liams College where he received his B.A. in 1948. From this time until his entrance at Tower Hill in 1956, he taught at Greenwich Country Day School. ln 1960 he received his lVI.A. at the University of Pennsylvania. He became headmaster on January 1, 1960. To the Class of 1960: One of the particular pleasures of my four years at Tower Hill has been watching the class of 1960 grow and flourish. Since your days as unsure freshmen you have matured and blossomed to an unusual degree. As a senior class you have grown to know and respect each other and to take an interest in the varied and sometimes unusual opinions expressed by your classmates. You have been an interesting, intelligent, and imaginative group with no lack of original ideas. ln the days that lie ahead I know that you will make contributions to your college and later to the communities in which you settle down. Because you have always been an inquisitive group, I would urge you again to keep open minds, to keep inquiring in search of elusive Truth, and to remember as one man has put it that there can be no discussions without contradictiong for contradiction is the stimulus of self- examination and learning. Good luck to you alll Malcolm Coates HOWARD E. YULE AB Hamilton Collegeg M.A., Middlebury College . . . Assistant Headmaster . . . Head of Upper School . . . French College Counselor . . . Tower Hill since 1950. To the Class of 1960: The class of 760 entered the Upper School the same year 1 arrived at Tower Hill. Since then from "Serf" to "Elsie,,, from "Twink" to '4Ralph,', from '6Munch" to "Spook,' your class has added spark and leadership to Tower Hill that has brought distinction in athletics, intellectual achievement, and real excel- lence in many extra-curricular activities. Memories of discussions about the merits of fascism, coats and ties, a summer in Switzerland, Republicans, a home run against the Sallies, frequent baby-sitting for the Sav- ages, tennis court repartee, an Amish lad, boffs in history class--these will remain with me longer than you think. ln the years to come keep your sense of humor and spirit of fun and continue with the same determination to do your best as you have shown here. And l hope especially our friendships will not end this June. Emest C. Savage To the Class of 1960: An Arabian proverb states tnat Men are Four: '6He who knows not, and knows not he knows not, is a foolg shlm him. He who knows not, and knows he knows not, is a childg trust him. He who knows, and knows not he knows, is asleep, wake him. He who knows, and knows he knows, is wiseg follow himf, I hope we only part to meet again, and often. Best wishes always. Howard E. Yule ERNEST C. SAVAGE B.A., Princeton University, M.A., Harvard Universityg Alabarr Polytechnic Instituteg Washington University . . . History . . Baseball . . . Tower Hill since 1956. HI STG RY Ernest Savage. George Ballard ENGLISH Sealed: Jean Morton, Her bert Oviatt. Anne Smith Standing: James Wood, Mal Colm Coates. SCIENCE Oliver Crichton, George Hutt LANGUAGI Seated: Eugenia Slavov. Me- litta Cleve, Theodosia Cray, Kathryn Chapman. Stand- ing: William Wild, Howard Yule, Frank Ashby. MINOR Seated : James Straub, Ethel Lindell Standing: Willard Paine, Calvin Bourgealt MATH Harold Palmer, Leo Kallfelz, Howe LaCarde. gum. M M W Mk 5 MQ A , km M ' :,, a ,.:"" 4: 1 , K fi 5 -X, wg fpw: ff Q ima. wif, 1 Sf N' , my 5 fi . X get ,. . 1 f 'S .1 gy, 11 .5 ..A ,J -, 2. +L? . Y when mx. in annulment- , 'gg ,ix if I! OFFICE STAFF eft to Right: Marjorie Milus, Elizabeth Lockwood. Eileen Metrick, Edna Lowerree ,race Klock. LIBRARY Naomi Wright, Marion Monet FINANCES ADMINISTRATION HEALTH OFFICE Ethel Rhodes, Dr. Robert Warren First Row, Left to Right: R. Bolladenetta, L. Smith, M. Estep, O. Kearney, A. Collins, E. Roberson, M. Stellar, I Roberson, L. Sulpizi. DINING ROOM STAFF fM AI N T E N A N C S T A F F First Row, Left to Right: George Renslc Hugh Mullurin, Bill Warrick. Second Ro Alex Konopka, John Fernandez. Third Ro Bill Parker, Jack Forenski, Eddie Forens Frank Gachine. 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These future leaders of the student body, SALLIE TURNER, LYNN IRWIN, SUSIE SPEAKMAN, PAM THEISEN, GAIL ROTH- ROCK, and JACK LOCKWOOD, labored diligently over their building blocks and crayon books, pausing briefly to wel come LINDA COOPER into the ranks. These stalwarts plowec bravely through the character-building studies of printing writing and arithmetic, until in 1951, the beginning of fourtl grade, WENDY CLOUCH, HELEN JOHNSON, BARBARA DAWSON, and RICHIE CUSSLER arrived as reinforcements Already the class of 1960 had ample foundation for its claim: to athletic, social, and intellectual prowess. In the fourth, fifth and sixth grades, the class was introduced to its first historj course and began to take on the heavy work load which ha made Tower Hill a name to be reckoned with. We participate4 for the first time in the Middle School Christmas Play. 195 brought the beginning of a deluge of new classmates just i1 time for Miss Buckles and for I9607s last year in the Middl School. These new members were LINDE LOWDON, SYD NEY ROBERTSON, and JIM PERKINS. In the eighth grade arrived KATHY KAY, and MAB GARET DAY, LINDA COOPER returned after a leave of si years to join us once again. They came in time for our firs year in the Upper School and the eighth grade operetta whic didnlt quite come off. Although we were in the Upper Schoo we didn't have certain very important privileges, such a being in the athletic program or attending its dances unt ninth grade. Then came MADELON MEES, DICK DOBBS DAVE NESS, CHRIS PECHIN, and TERRY COLLISON t help us start our tradition of giving the best dances in th school. The Rio Grande Rock was an elaborate re-creation of Western street scene complete with blacksmith shop, barbel shop, saloon, and an over-expensive band. Nevertheless, th class vault swelled appreciably allowing us to make rash ex penditures for the next dance. Tenth grade brought us such important members of ou class as MARY KAY THEOBALD, LYNNE LOEFFLER, TRI CIA COLT, SALLY STAGER, LISA CRONIN, CHARLH PAUL, JOHN STEINFELD, PETE PETERSON, and BILl ISTORY MULLIS. This year brought lots of work, but also the added benefit of escaping a term paper. The class dance was again an important feature of the year. The ill-fated 4'Around the World in Eighty Days" theme was successfully obliterated by an ambitious eighth grade, who used the flats for their operet- ta. However by subversive and unparliamentary activities we got a new theme, '4The Werewolf Whirl,', and much more money. In our Junior year, work began in earnest with speeches, term papers, and college boards, however, to help us share these problems, we received TOM SMITH, DICK ROGERS, and ROGER STEVENSON . . . and GRIDLEY. Although bur- dened by our vast wealth, the shekel grabbers once again set to work vying for concessions with the Class of 1959 at football. basketball, and baseball games. The Gridiron Gavotte or Football Freebles or Junior Cyp was undoubtedly the nadir of effort by the class, but by our magic touch, the borrowed and donated decorations were turned into profit. The Junior Prom of the Class of 1960 will be long remembered for having used over 300 feet of extension cords and over fifteen spot lights, and for blowing more than a dozen fuses and burning out a powerstat. In addition we had 2100 gallons of water in an indoor pool kept in continuous circulation by three pump- driven fountains and a twenty foot Buddha smiling inscrutably at the chaperons. The whole gym was a beautiful model of a Japanese garden in the Spring - a perfect background for the final dance of the school year. September 1959 saw the hallowed halls of learning at Tower Hill re-invaded by the determined horde and one won- derful foreign exchange student, NOBIE SMITH. The Senior Room was noisily commandeered by the sports fanatics watch- ing tense hopscotching, ping-ponging, volley ballooning, nose tweaking, and yearbook shuffleboarding. Additional escapades consisted of periodic apple and orange harvesting and pop- corn making during wild fourth period study halls. Wednes- day seventh period study halls have become quite known. Coats hanging over the doors and Senior girls doing modern dance or exercises are happenings not at all uncommon. Thus the illustrious, hard-working and fyes, we admit itj brilliant Class of 1960 has completed fourteen years of over- Nhelming accomplishment. Nickname: Cluff WENDY GLASGOW CLOUGH Who is usually seen hopelessly rummaging through her book locker in quest of dog-eared papers and books relegated there months ago? Although neatness is not one of her virtues, Wendy is not lacking in other talents. Ever since Wendy joined our class in the fourth grade, she has held the position of top scholar, never ceasing to amaze us with her phenomenal memory. Having won several French prizes, she is the pride and joy of Mme. Cleve. When not complaining of a ninety-five on a math test, Wendy can be seen frantically try- ing to shift gears on the Hillman fshe insists that this is only to keep her awake on the roadl, or leading her J.V. team to victory on the hockey field. Wendy's interests in sports range from under the sea explorations to mountain climb- ing. Having spent this past summer in Switzerland, Wendy enjoyed the latter sport while terrorizing her faint-hearted friends as she nonchalantly proceeded across narrow ledges. Wendy has been an outstanding student and will continue to be one at Radcliffe. In whatever Wendy does, she is sure to be successful. 20 Favorite Expression Passion Usually Seen: Fleelng from Mme Cleve Probable Occupation Chorus girl at F0l16S Bergere Pet Like: Bread crusts Pet Hate: People who call her Cluff Noted For: Her clothes Fall Tennis 57 Hockey 58 JV 59 Captaln 60 Modern Dance 57 58 59 60 Tennis 57 58 59 Social Service Committee 57 58 59 60 Dramatlcs '57g Art '58, 59 60 Dial Associate 60 Nickname: Terr Favorite Expression: "Guess who's wearing a tight skirt today?" Usually Seen: With a drumstick behind his ear. Probable Occupation: Monk Pet Like: Woody Herman Pet Hate: Shepherd's pie Noted For: Constructive criticism Chapel and Assembly Committee '57g Dance Com- mittee '58, Treasurer '59, Chairman '60, Dramatics '57, '58, '59, '60, Vice-President '60, Wrestling '57, '58, Varsity '59, '60g .l.V. Baseball '57, '58, '59g Dance Band '58, '59, '60g Dial Associate '57, '58, Feature Editor '59, '60g Evergreen Business Manager '6Og Haon Award '58. PAUL TERRY COLLISON When Terry came to Tower Hill in the ninth grade, he brought with him an avid interest in the arts f including girlsj. Terry's devo- tion to the big band sound was manifested every year as the class i decorated for its dance to the blast of his records. Not content to just listen to music, Terry plays the drums in the dance band and is mastering the clarinet. His achievements in the fields of art, where he won the Haon award, and in dramatics, where he won a certificate of merit at the Delaware Play Festival, are well-known to all. Terry is unique in that he is the only boy in the class who is already considering the prospects for dates when he comes home from college. Terry finds himself constantly amazed by the tensile strength of the tight skirts at Tower Hill and is frequently heard expostulating on the corruption of the same. As Evergreen Business Manager and Dance Committee chairman, Terry has demonstrated business acumen and ability to balance any books. With his talent for arguing and ability for sifting facts, Terry's ambition to be a lawyer is sure to be fulfilled. 2I Nickname: T.P. Favorite Expression: "Do you have any gum?" Usually Seen: Going to the -Pit Probable Occupation: Williams' housemother Pet Like: New clothes Pet Hate: Rainy days Noted For: Her red coat Dramatics '58, '59, '60g Dining Hall Committee '58: Green Key '59, Chapel and Assembly '6Og Varsity Cheerleading '60g Hockey '53, Varsity '59, '60: Bas- ketball '58, .l.V. '59, '60: Softball Varsity '58, '59, '60: Dial Associate '58, '59, '6O: Evergreen '60. TRICIA PRITCHARD COLT Since T.P. entered Tower Hill in the tenth grade, she has added much to the class and to the school. Academically, she has sparked up innumerable history classes with unexpected correct answers and unexpected f at least by herl high test marks. Athletically, she will be remembered in her position of Varsity right wing saving countless hockey balls from going out of bounds, and as a relentless cheerleader keeping up a steady stream of en- couragement. She has long been the inspiration of every dieting female. The question remains as to how she herself can stay so thin and still keep the Charcoal Pit in funds.'0n dreary winter momings, Seniors have only to look at the coat rack to be cheered up by Tricia's gold and purple Williams scarf or her red coat. She is to be congratulated on her restraint from com- bining both the scarf and the coat. As one of the most versatile girls in the class, Tricia will be remembered as a hacker, a sympathetic friend, and a terrific girl. '22 5 Nickname: Coop Favorite Expression : uoooohh i 'i Usually Seen: ln a de-chromed Chevy Probable Occupation: French Professor at Sorbonne Pet Like: Horses Pet Hate: College Applications Noted For: Cutting art class Dramatics '57, '58, '59g Chorus '60g Hockey '57, '58, 59, 3rd Team Captain '60g Basketball '57, '58, '59g Modern Dance '60g Dial Associate '59, '60g Dance Committee '60g Dining Hall Committee '57, '58g Soft- ball '57, '58, '59, '60g Evergreen Assistant Business Manager '60g Photography Editor Literary Magazine Associate '60. LINDA LAURINCE COOPER In a class noted for its individualism, Linda stands out as a unique person. She has the ability to find something new and wonder- ful in almost all things and people. Thus, she leads an exciting life, which is reflected in the candor and freshness of her personality. Her frank advice and level head have become a real asset to the often chaotic Senior Class. Linda has a great many tangible accomplishments. She is a first-rate horse-woman and is currently training her own horse, Timber Doc. As the only female tenor in the history of Tower Hill, she has contributed both a good voice and moral support to the chorus. Last year she played an important part in decorating for the Junior Prom. One of her jobs was to homswoggle the girls into making artificial flowers and then hound them until the job was done-a thankless but necessary task! Linda is also' noted for her sleek, de-chromed Chevy and her knowledge of the automobile, which reflects her indi- vidual taste. Linda's most prominent quality, however, is her facility for friendship. Her quiet honesty and her thorough understanding of people have made her a trusted friend of many Seniors. This is the quality that foretells great success for Linda, both in college and in later life. i 23' Nickname: Lisette Favorite Expression: "Don't call me 'Honey . 7,77 Usually Seen: With Linda Probable Occupation: Swimming teacher at Sallies. Pet Like: English teachers Pet Hate: Chemistry Noted For: Her eyes Dramatics '58, '59, Chorus '60: Social Service Com- riffs? erary Magazine '59: Dial '58, '59, News Editor '60g Student Council '59, '60g Class Secretary '6O: Modern Dance '58, '59, '60g Tennis '58, '59, '60, MARY ELIZABETH CRONIN When a rattle-trap jeep roars by school and looks as though its occupant is not coming to school that day, it is just Lisa hunting for a parking place 1 big enough for her to park in-and this is usually three blocks away. As a talented member of our class of 1960, Lisa has contributed much to its welfare and amusement. It seems as if the only fields in which Lisa does not participate are those for which she can't find the time. She always has about ten projects going, and whether they be concessions, Social Service or the Student Council, she does a terrific job. As News Editor of the Dlkzl, she has helped make it much more interesting and enlightening f?J. Lisa's singing ability is somewhat questionable: however, she has entered into the Chorus with the usual industrious fervor that she has contributed to most activities. One of the activities in which Lisa has excelled is swimming: she is particularly skilled at the back-stroke for which she has won many trophies. Lisa has an amazing ability for getting along with people, and is re- spected and admired by everyone, therefore, we are sure of Lisa's success in whatever she does and wherever she goes. 24 mittee '58, '59, Chairman '60g Associate Editor Lit- Nickname: Munch Favorite Expression: "I hate girls" Usually Seen: With Major Probable Occupation, Tennessee Cottonpick. Pet Like: Apricots Pet Hate: Double Physics classes Noted For: Legs Class President '57g Chorus '57, '58, '59, '60g Safety Committee '57, '58g Dance Committee '59, '60: Dis- cipline Committee '60g Vice-President of Class '58, '59g Sports Editor of Dial '60g Copy Editor of Evergreen '60g Athletic Association '60. RICHARD LLOYD-J ONES CUSSLER As the 4'Marlboro" man of the senior class, Richie has always been a favorite at Tower Hills. He is a favorite with the coaches be- cause of his hulking 6'37', 190-pound build which bowls over foot- ball, track, and female opponents alike. The proverbial Cussler bloody noses have plagued Mr. Wild throughout the football season. However, when not bleeding, Richie manages to trap frustrated passers behind the line of scrimmage. During the winter Cussler's deadly hook shot and gazelle-like rebounding ability are famous. Spring comes, turning Cussleris thoughts to high-jumping and Mr. Oviatt's thoughts to Richie,s English grade. During third periods on Monday and Friday one can hear Richie's soprano quaver blending with the chorus. Before school Munch can be found sprawled casually in one of the collapsing senior room chairs meditating on life and loves. Since he is so often seen like this, Richie is thought of as one of the class thinkers. Munchie is also a member in good standing of the Theory Club which is composed of twelve confused Seniors attempting to under- stand the mysteries of Physics. Because of his many attributes and talents, Richie is sure to be as big a success in college as he was at Tower Hill. 25 BARBARA MCCAIN DAWSON Upon peering into the Senior Room, one might see a slim blonde girl exhorting her classmates to bring in their pledge moneyg or the same blonde girl engaged in a vigorous tweaking battle with the male members of the Senior Class. Barbie, better known as "Smiley," is always laughing and talking. She is one of the few Seniors who has the remarkable ability of studying while adding to the general chaos. "Babs" enters into all of her activities with an inexhaustible energy and determination to do her best. This year she filled the mammoth office of Secretary of the Social Service Committee. Her contributions to the Drkzl and the Evergreen have been in- valuable. As a soprano in the chorus, Barbie led the "gossip corner" in the back row. She also participated in .l.V. hockey and varsity tennis. Undoubtedly Barbie's most famous qualities are her flashing smile and cheerful willingness to work. With these attributes, she is sure to be one of the most successful members of the class of 1960. 26 Nickname: Babs, Smiley Favorite Expression: "The sun did it." Usually Seen: Out on dates. Probable Occupation: Model for Miss Clairol Pet Like: Playing Ha-Ha. Pet Hate: Braces Noted For: Legs Dramatics '57g Chorus '58-'60g Library Committee '57, '58g Social Service Committee '59, Secretary '6Og Hockey Third Team '57, '58, .l.V. '59, '60g Basketball '57-'59g Tennis '57, '58, Varsity '59, '603 Dial '56-'58, Exchange Editor '59, '60g Evergreen Assistant Editor '6O. Nickname: Daisy Favorite Expression: 6'Don't admit it." Usually Seen: Arguing Probable Occupation: Editor of the New York Times Pet Like: Radcliffe l Harvardl Pet Hate: Late Dial articles Noted For: Late Dial articles Dining Hall Committee '57, Library Committee '58g Social Service Committee '59g Dramatics '57-'60g Dial '58-'60g Literary Magazine Editor '59, Ever- green '60: Fall Tennis '57-'60g Modern Dance 257: Basketball '58, '59g Tennis '57, '58, Varsity '59, '6O. MARGARET WEST DAY Always considered one of the most intellectual and conscientious mem- bers of our class, Margaret has been the envy of the rest of us for her outstanding marks. Never the less, lVIargaret's quick sense of humor is displayed in any situation. Margaret has made many contributions around the school with her literary talents. As the first editor of As You Like Il, Margaret played an important role in the establishment of Tower Hill's literary magazine. At the monthly Dial meetings, you can always be sure that in one corner you will find Margaret disputing with the other feature editors. lVlargaret's acting ability has won her lead roles in plays for the past two years. In her junior year she portrayed the part of Mrs. Midget in Outward Bound, and this year she played the role of Aunt Abby in Arsenic and Old Lace. Margaretls subtle humor and naivete made her a success in both these parts. As a winner of many scholastic honors, Margaret is going to Rad- cliffe to complete her education. There she is sure to be successful in any fields which she chooses to enter. 27 Nickname: Brother Richard Favorite Expression: "Coordo" Usually Seen: Hunting Probable Occupation-Plastic surgeon Pet Like: Dechromed Chevys Pet Hate: Radar Noted For: His cowlick Library Committee '57, '58g Shop '57, '58, '59g Foot- ball Manager '57, '58g Class Treasurer '57, '58g Speedball '58, '59, '60, J.V. Baseball '58, Baseball '59, '60g Fall Tennis '59g Dramatics '60, Assistant Business Manager of Evergreen '60. RICHARD ANSEL DOBBS ln ninth grade 6'Brother Richard" joined the ranks as the class shekel keeper. ln that same year he put his art talents to work by designing our first highly successful class dance. Realizing that here was valuable ability, the Class of '60 kept Dick on the decoration end of its tenth grade dance, the Junior Cyp and the extravagant Junior Prom. As a Junior Achiever in eleventh grade, Dick could be found in the hall cornering one of his many friends for a sales pitch on the nylon teddy bear his ,lalon Company was selling. His business abilities also made him one of the most adroit ad-men during the early months of the E11ergreen's existence. Dick is also known for his ability to get the best performance from anything from a station wagon to a motor scooter, yet, at the same time, to keep repair bills fairly low. This activity has brought him many lasting friend- ships with motorcycle dealers and drag racing fans. As the boy with the most infectious smile and the most innocent "who me" expression, Dick has often averted any serious faculty action when a par- ticularly riotous hack has been quelled by his look of complete wonder and a well timed quip. 28 Nickname: Monkey feet Favorite Expression : "Cross ! " Usually Seen: Trolling Probable Occupation: Waitress at the PIT Pet Like: Hockey Camp bread Pet Hate: Hockey Camp hockey Noted For: Fickleness Dramatics '57, '58, '59, '60g Dial Associate '59, '60g Dining Hall Committee '57, '58, Green Key Com- mittee '59, '60g Hockey '57, J.V. '58, '59, '6Og Bas- ketball '57, '58, '59g Tennis '57, '58, '6Og Softball '59, LYNN PERRY IRWIN lf, while driving down the Concord Pike, one is passed by a turquoise streak barreling down the highway, he can be sure he has just seen Lynn Irwin on the way to her favorite haunt, the Charcoal Pit. This, of course, occurs on one of the few weekends that Lynn's time is not taken up with dates in schools or colleges all over the East. Lynn seldom works too hard and is often seen around the Senior Room madly cramming for one of Mr. Yule's French IV tests. Famous for many things, Lynn is especially noted for her smile and crim- son blush, brought on by accounts of her many escapades. She can always fascinate her friends with an exciting story of the lifeguards at Stone Harbor, or some of Tower Hill's alumni home on vacation. In spite of her attributes, she has what she terms her "sore spots." Around the Senior Room she is teased about her jerky walk and her lopsided nose. Lynn will be the gain of the college of her choice and the loss of Tower Hill and of the Class of '60. 29 Nickname: Henny Favorite Expression: "Don't sweat it!" Usually Seen: ln the pick-up truck Probable Occupation: Sergeant Preston's replacement Pet Like: Harry James Pet Hate: Small dogs Noted For: Cackling over injured opponents Hockey, J.V. '57, '58, V. '59, Captain '60g Basket- hall, J.V. '57, '58, V. '59, '60, Softball V '57, '58, '59, '60, Band '57, '58, '59, '60g Dance Band '58 '59, '60, Dance Committee '59, '60, Dining Hall Com- mittee '57g Dial Associate '58, '59, '60, Evergreen Publicity Manager '60: Athletic Committee Chair- man '60. HELEN LOUISE JOHNSON Amidst the chaotic confusion of the Senior Room, there is always at least one level-headed'person, Helen Johnson. Through an amazing talent of hers, "Henny" manages to keep her head when everyone else is losing his. Her inherent sense of judgment and tact has made many a difficult situation turn out all right. Henny's common sense does not prevent her from entering into the games and antics of the Senior Room. She excels in such worth- while activities as tweaking and tickling. She also plays a shrewd game of battleship and might even be considered one ofthe class champions. Henny carries her cunning with her onto the hockey field, where more than one unsuspecting opponent has received a surreptitious whack on the shin. As captain this year, her drive and vigor held the team together on more than one occasion. As a center-halfback of only one season's practice, she distinguished herself by scoring a goal. In addition to school activities, Henny spends much time at- tending dog shows to display her prodigy, "Kimmy." Frequently she goes bowling and regularly scores well above one hundred. Tact, originality, common sense, and a sense of humor, all are combined in her unique and exciting personality. We wish her all the best of luck in college and in her later life. 30 Nickname: Kathelia Favorite Expression: "That's a fairy tale" Usually Seen: ln Gridley Probable Occupation: Garage Mechanic Pet Like: Wyoming Pet Hate: Stags Noted For: Small waist Social Service Committee '57g Dining Hall Com- mittee '58g Green Key Committee '59, Chairman '60g Dramatics '57, '58, '59g Chorus '60g Fall Tennis '57, '58, '59g Basketball J.V. '58, Varsity"59, Cap- tain '6Og Softball Squad '58, Tennis '59, Varsity '60, Athletic Association '60g Dial Associate '57, '58, '59, '60, Evergreen '60. KATHLEEN ELIZABETH KAY As the renowned owner of the "Gridley," Kathy .can often be seen en route to Wanamaker's. Behind the wheel she can be heard cackling at the astonished looks of passers-by. Although Kathy may seem quiet and reserved at times, she is gay and enthusiastic whenever attacked by one of her frequent punchy moods. When she is in one of these moods, it is impossible to suppress her bub- bling manner and witty comments. However, Kathy is dependable when the oocasion arises. She was elected as captain of the 1960 basketball team after only two years of participation in the sport. As chairman of the Green Key Committee, she has made the group a contributive worthwhile school activity. She has been a valuable associate worker on the Dial and Evergreen staffs. In academic subjects as well as in extracurricular accomplishments, Kathy is a conscientious worker. Many a weekend loafer has been shamed by her industry. As Kathy toots off to college in Gridley, we kriow that she will apply all of her efforts and talents to a successful and rewarding career. 3I Nickname: Twinkle-toes, Lockj aw, Jolly Favorite Expression: "Holy Toledo!" Usually Seen: Backstage or in the rafters Probable Occupation: Olympic hopscotch champion Pet Like: Badminton Pet Hate: Girls under 5'6" Noted For: Size 13 shoes Football, J.V. '57, '58g Fall Tennis '59g Basketball J. V. '57, '58, '59, Varsity '60g Safety Committee '57g Dance Committee '58, '59, '60, Dramatics '57, '58, '59, '60g Evergreen '60, Photography Editor: Baseball J.V. '57, '58g Tennis Varsity '59, Captain '60 JOHN ALLEN LOCKWOOD During our years in the upper school, our class has undertaken many herculean tasks. When everyone is discouraged and looking for an excuse to quit, Jolly Jack eagerly accepts the harder chores and insures the success of our efforts. During the preparation for class dances, Jack's skill in handling rheostats, amplifiers, speakers, and spot-lights has secured him the undisputed position of class electrician. In the realm of extracurricular activities, Jack's successes have been outstanding. The many rows of trophies which line his shelves at home are testimonies of his great ability as a national badminton champion. As a result of his enthusiastic efforts in the Junior Achievement Bank, Jack earned the highly contested rank of Advanced Achiever. Jack followed up his career in Junior Achievement with a sununer job in the Bank of Delaware. When attending any of Tower Hill's athletic activities, don't be alarmed if your cheers are drowned out by a booming, "Go Tower," cheer. It's only Jack who continually proves that our school spirit is far from being dead. Spring finds Jack switching easily to power and grace on the school's courts where he serves Tower Hill as captain of the tennis team. Jack's varied interests and cheerful attitude have made him a valuable member of our class, and will insure his success in college and later life. 32 Nickname: Luffler Favorite Expression: 'gSome day I'l1 reach your shoulder!" Usually Seen: In her red dress Probable Occupation: Psychologist Pet Like: Black coffee Pet Hate: Warm beer Noted For: Artistic ability Dance Committee '60g Library Committee '58, '59g Dramatics '58, '59, '60g Fall Tennis '58, '59g Modern Dance '58, '59, '60, Softball '58, '59, '60, Band Manager '60g Dial Associate '59, '60g Evergreen Staff '60, Literary Magazine Associate '59, '6O. 1 LYNNE SUSANNE LOEFFLER Ever since Lynne joined us in tenth grade, she has always been known as one of our most talented and friendly classmates. Lynne is admired by all of us as a skilled and deft artist f some of her posters are noted for their Loeffler originalityl and as a superb writer. Whenever a hearty giggle emerges from a group of Seniors, you can bet that it's Lynne's. Always vivacious and having a smile for everyone, she has won many friends, she is usually seen having a tete-a-tete with one of us about last weekend or the latest tidbit of gossip. As she floats about the Senior Room singing a current hit song in her own way, she has often helped to boost our low spirits. Lynne's terrific school spirit has always encouraged us at all of Tower's games as she bellowed forth "Come on Tower" at the top of her lungs. It seems that Lynne has often had to do the "dirty work," for whenever there was an unwanted job, such as taking the Senior Room record player to be fixed, we could depend on Lynne as a willing volunteer. Tower Hill will surely miss one of its favorites next year. We are all sure that in her college years and in her later life, Lynne will be a great success and inspiration to everyone. We wish her the best luck for the future. 33 Nickname: Lindy Favorite Expression: "Howe?" Usually Seen: With either Bill or Tommy Probable Occupation: Marriage Counsellor Pet Like: Cheering Pet Hate: Being called Carol Noted For: Sleeping 'til noon Dramatics '57, '58, '59, '60g Social Service Com- mittee '58g Dining Hall '57g Dance '59, Hockey l.V. '57, '58, Captain '59, Varsity '60, Basketball J.V. '57, '58, Captain '59, Varsity '60g Tennis Varsity '57, '58, '59, '60g Cheerleading .l.V. '57, Varsity '58, '59, Captain '60g Athletic Association '60, Dial Associate '57, '58, '59, Sports Editor '60g Evergreen Sports,Editor '60g Class Secretary '58g G.S.O. Secretary '6O. CAROL LINDE LOWDON Looking around the Senior Room, one sees billowing crinolines, a lull skirt, and an trademarks of notes at C.S.0. leading actress and Evergreen meetings. ln the latter capacity, she is the Girls' Sports Editor of both publications. Athletically, Linde has excelled as a Varsity player in hockey, basketball, and tennis. Ever since seventh grade, she has been a cheerleader: Midget, .l.V. and for the last three years, Varsity. As this year's cheerleading captain, she has seen that the spirit for games is as high as possible. She always has worked diligently to provide a novel skit for each pep rally. Lower classmen are amazed at the quantity of cars seeming to belong to the Lowdons-two Chevys and two Pontiacs. Linde's beaming smile and highly contagious laugh mark her as a cheerful girl whose sense of humor and many achievements will take her far. 34 on-the-shoulder sweater. These have become the distinctive "Linny-Bin" Lowdon. ln this apparel, Linde is seen taking meetings in her position as secretary, taking curtain calls as a in Arsenic and Old Lace and eliciting sports articles at Dial Nickname: Moose Favorite Expression: "Hi, fans" Usually Seen: Making announcements Probable Occupation: Ballet dancer Pet Like: Holland Pet Hate: Being upstaged Noted For: Handwriting analysis Dramatics '57, '58, '59, '60, Chairman '60, Dining Hall Committee '57, Library Committee '58, '59, '60, Chairman '60, Fall Tennis '57, '58, '59, '60, Modern Dance '57, '58, '59, '60, Spring Tennis '57, '58, '59, '60, Dial '59, '60. MADELON ELIZABETH MEES The first thing we all learned about Madelon was that she speaks two languages fluently, English and Dutch. In fact, this blonde from Holland is an authority on not only that country but on most of Europe as well and always has many amusing anoedotes on hand about her escapades on the Continent. She also has a predilection for telling jokes, although, it is a mystery to most of us where she can find so many of them to relate. ' g Madelon not only is friendly and a real extrovertg she also has many talents which are more or less known to her classmates. Everyone remembers her various skilled performances in the Dramatics group, climaxed by her part in Arsenzb and Old Lace. Most of us also know she has great ability in music and can play almost anything on the piano or organ by ear. Furthermore, she has a fine singing voice and likes playing the guitar, a talent which she keeps modestly hidden. Madelon has contributed much to her class with her activities, cheerful person- ality, and creative ideas that were influenced by a European background. We all know that she will leave a trail of broken-hearted Freshmen behind her! 35 Nickname: Mouthy e ' Favorite Expression: "For crying out loud" Usually Seen: On Greenhill Ave. Probable Occupation: Rice grower Pet Like: Lopsided football scores Pet Hate: Losing contacts Noted For: Pun . . . ts Social Service '58g Shop '58g Library Committee '59g Dramatics '59, '60, Football .l.V. '58, Varsity '59, Co-Captain '6Og Basketball .l.V. '58, Varsity '59, '60g Baseball Varsity '58, '59, '60g A.F.S. '60g Evergreen Sports Editor '60g G.S.C. Treasurer '59, President '60. WILLIAM FRANK MULLIS "lVlouthy," who joined the Class of '60 in tenth grade, is known for going to the top in everything he enters. ln sports captain Bill earned his basketball letter in tenth grade and his football and basketball letters the following yearg and as a senior he quarterbacked the Big Green machine to its third undefeated season. ln school Bill has excelled as a leader. He has been a member of the Student Council for two years, serving as G.S.O. Treasurer in his junior year and G.S.0. President in his senior year. Also as talented Thespian, Bill is well known for his thoughtful portrayal of the minister in Outward Bound and his raucous performance as Liutenant Rooney in Mflrsenic and Old Lace." The American Field Service sent Bill to Austria in the summer of 1959. Although hardly able to speak French, much less German, Bill was able to bring back many valuable things: a new camera, slides showing various degrees of ability, and those elusive contact lenses. Lastly, the many Friday morning pep rallies have been enlivened by the never failing Mullis wit. ln our opinion Bill is tops from punting to punning and is sure to be a great success wherever he goes to college. 36 Nickname: Knave Favorite Expression: "Where's Mary Kay what's her name?" Usually Seen: Selling coke mugs Probable Occupation: Bandleader Pet Like: Sunnybrook . Pet Hate: Tickling Noted For: Gray.Hair Football '57, Varsity '58, '59, Co-Captain '60g Wrestling '57, '58, '59g Track '57, '58, '59, '60: Band '57-'60g Dance Band '58-'60: Student Council '58, '59, '60g Class President '59, '60g Business ' Manager, Dial '59g Athletic Association '60g Gov- ernor of Boys' State: A.F.S. Exchange Student. DAVID ARTHUR NESS Where there is someone laughing at his own dry humor composed of puns and morbid jokes, there is Dave. Dave not only has the knack of making inane jokes funny, but also has the art of thwarting any good joke by claiming he doesn't get it. Many jokers have left Dave's presence in frustration. His jovial spirit along with his keen leadership has made Dave one of the most outstanding 210B boys. Dave, elected as Governor of Boys' State in 1959, has been class president for the past two yearsg he has led us through the tribulations of Junior Proms, yearbook dedications, class gifts, and other minor troubles such as purchasing Coke mugs. As an A.F.S. student Dave spent a rewarding summer in Germany. 7 In football practice one may see underclassmen bouncing off of the left shoulder block. The reason? Dave is holding that dummy. While others shun the left shoulder block dummy, our co-captain gets an aesthetic satisfaction from seeing the peons fall off their blocks. Following his family tradition Dave "toots a toot" for Tower Hill in the Dance Band. Someday he wishes to play at Sunnybrook with his own band where his specialty will be "Intermission Riff." Dave certainly has made valuable contributions since he came in the ninth grade. He is an "all around guy" and has surely left his mark on Tower Hill. 37 Nickname: Charlie Favorite Expression: '4Well . . . " Usually Seen: Carrying a large briefcase Q Probable Occupation: International gem smuggler Pet Like: Chess Pet Hate: Term Papers Noted For: Novel Speeches 'Fall Tennis '58, '59, '60g Wrestling '58g Speed Ball '59g Tennis ,58, ,59, '60g Shop '58, Chorus '59, '60g Projection Room Committee '58, '59, Chairman '6Og Editor of the Literary Magazine '59, '60. CHARLES FRANKLIN PAUL '6One morning when l was directing traffic at Seventeenth Street and Tower Road, l was surprised to see a young man speeding towards the intersection on a black English racing bike. The bike itself was not customized, but there were book boxes on the bike that represented custom craftsmanship. The young man was dressed in a rugged storm coat and had on a perfectly blocked hat. l was so impressed with the bike and its rider that l stopped all traffic to let him pass. As he passed close by me, I saw his face, its aspect betokened a quiet efficiency and dedicated purpose- fulness in the young." This is how a traffic policeman might describe Charlie Paul. While the rest of us hyenas cavort in the Senior Room, Charlie stakes a claim in a secluded l ?l corner of this room and proceeds to polish off his home- work. He does not pound it out, but thinks it out. This is the secret of Charlie's genius. In the past two summers his interest in science has been stimulated by his participation in two worthwhile projects. Charlie is not just a scientistg he also excels in his other studies. One of Charlie's most famous class curricular feats was his imagina- tive class speeches which we are sure will not be surpassed in the near future. When we look back on our days at Tower Hill, we will remember Charlie for his dignity and scholarship. 38 Nickname: Peach, Fireball Favorite Expression: "C'mon you'se guys" Usually Seen: ln the depleted tenor section Probable Occupation: Pro-football tackle Pet Like: ,litterbugging Pet Hate: Big cars Noted For: Wrestling Safety Committee '57, '58, Social Service '59, Treas- urer '60, .l.V. Football '57, '58, Co-Captain '59, Var- sity Football '60, Varsity Wrestling '57, '58, '59, Co- Captain '60, J.V. Baseball '57, '58, Track '59, '60, Chorus '59, President '60, Class Secretary '57, Class Vice-President '58, Class Treasurer '59, Student Council '58, Dial Associate '59, Headliner '60, Athletic Committee '60. CHRISTOPHER HUGHES PECHIN Chris' friendly smile and funny jokes characterize a "Peach" of a fellow. Notorious for late-Sunday-night compositions, he "works best under pressure." As treasurer of the Social Service Committee, he probably handles more money that doesn't belong to him than any- one else around. Vice-President in the tenth grade and treasurer in the eleventh, Chris has held his share of offices. Co-captain of the wrestling team, last year's state champion wrestler in the 127 pound class, and Varsity halfback on the football team, Chris is noted for throwing his weight around. If being president of the chorus, half the tenor section, and sitting right under the director's nose was trying at times, Chris didn't show it. Studies are a necessary evil, perhaps-1 who of us at Tower Hill can avoid them completely?-but with his innocent expression Chris can take them in stride. Chris believes that girls are here to stay, and it doesn't seem to bother him a bit. With his blond good looks a.nd Fiat runabout, Chris should "have it made" next year and in following years. 39 Nickname: Perk Favorite Expression: "We're bringing . . . the luggag here" Usually Seen: Exhorting the class from the top of a table Probable Occupation: Cheerleader Pet Like: Junior Girls Pet Hate: Senior Girls Noted For: lmitations I Football, J.V. '57, '58, Varsity '59, Wrestling, Var- sity '59, '60, Track, Varsity '58, '59, '60, Dramatics '57, '58, '59, '60, Chapel and Assembly Committee '53, Chairman '60, Student Council '58, '59, Vice- President '60, Vice-President of Class '60. JOHN JAMES PERKINS Perhaps more than anyone else in the Class of '60, ,lim Perkins is known for having a dual personality. This double character never ceases to be a source of wonder to his classmates, for at any time he may produce a surprise. One minute he may be studying or perhaps meditating in his private nook, the next he may be leaping on top of a table to lead the rest of the class, "the rabble," in a wild cheer. "Perk," as he is often called, is also a zestful singer in chapel, an ex- cellent "haranguer," and a spirited participant in all pep rallies. These qualities suggest that he might make a good temperance lecturer, and, indeed, several of his classmates encouraged him to take up that line after they heard his chapel talk. Jim excels in the subjective and has often earned the admiration of his friends through his ability to dis- cuss the religious and philosophical. "Perk" may be seen alone much of the time, but he is very warm-hearted and has a great interest in people. He works hard both in his schoolwork and in sports, and is especially known as a determined, aggressive wrestler. We can be sure that Jim, having this fine combination of attributes, will be a great success in any field in which he chooses to work. 40 C Nickname: Serf, The Grinning Buddha, Beady-eyes Favorite Expression: "Hey, hey, that's a jokei' Usually Seen: Meditating a pencil sharpener Probable Occupation: High altitude balloonist Pet Like: Bird watching Pet Hate: Sewers with over three inches of water in them Noted For: His leer Football, J.V. '58: Wrestling, ,l.V. '58, '59, Varsity '60: Track, .l.V. '58, Varsity '59, '60: Cross Country Varsity '59: Safety Committee '58: Band '58, '59g Science Club '6O. PETER JON PETERSON If you should m a preoccupied personage wandering aimlessly around the corridors, the chances are you have set your eyes upon the "Oracle" of the Senior Class. We first became suspicious of his clairvoyant faculties in our junior year, but did not fully realize our find until his intimate knowledge of Creek and Roman mythology shone through in English class this year. Under- classmen have been given quite a start when, glancing into the hallowed confines of the Senior Room, lo and behold, they have seen this prodigy contemplating a pencil sharpener. It has been suggested by a few doubtful faculty members that "Serf's assorted idiosyncrasies are actually highly developed methods of loafing. Truthfully, the time Pete passes apparently loafing is actually spent pondering subjects and questions to which many Seniors have not yet given a thought. -One product of his thought processes is his knack for analysis of people, reserved for select acquaintances. Whenever humor is so pointed in classes as to reveal the character and personality of a classmate, a distinctive laugh is heard. This unique form of expression has, on one occasion, eamed him the distinguished title ofthe "Grinning Buddha." Originality, imagination, and free thinking are some of Pete's distinctive qualities. Some indication of his mind and his thoughts is reflected in his scope of reading--anything from the Bible to Lady Clu1tterly's Lover. We feel this individuality will be of great value in future situations. 4l Nick Name: Sydley Favorite Expression: "Let's have a Basketball Cheer!" Usually Seen: Spying Pet Like: People who signal for turns Pet Hate: Grumps Probable Occupation: Bubble dancer Noted For: Pumpkin pie cravings Hockey, J.V. '57, Varsity '58, '59, '60, Basketball, J.v. '57, varsity '58, '59, 60, Softball '57, '58, '59, '60g Cheerleading Varsity '58, '59, '60g Chorus '57, '58, '59, Vice-President '60g Dining Hall Committee '57, Green Key Committee '59g Dance Committee '58, '60g Dial Associate '57, '58, '59, Copy Editor '60 Evergreen Staff '60, Athletic Association '59g Girls' State '59. SYDNEY FRANCES ROBERTSON When one sees Sydney coming down the hall, one immediately forgets all troubles and catches her contagious smile. Short hair and sparkling eyes are Sydney's trademarks. Her pep and enthusiasm pervade the Senior Room. Good sportsmanship and love for athletics have won Sydney much acclaim. As a member of the ,l.V. and Varsity teams since ninth grade, her skill has contributed to many a Tower Hill victory. She holds a record in the sport of diving head first into a pile of leaves and is a leader in fence jumping. Her fun-loving and happy-go-lucky attitude in a group is just half of Sydney's personality, for she can also be serious and responsible when the situation arises. She is cheerfully willing to help and can be depended upon to do a job well, as is proven by her work on the Dial and Evergreen. It is a rare occasion for someone to see Sydney studyingg however, she must find time, for she manages to attain high grades. In her years at Tower Hill she has made a place for herself. If her popularity at Tower is a precedent for the future, she will certainly be a success and will radiate her "sunshine" wherever she goes. 42 Nickname: Meatman Favorite Expression: 4'Double Chiselw Usually Seen: Rolling on wall to wall carpets Probable Occupation: Soprano in the Metropolitan Opera. Pet Likes: Hikes Pet Hate: Brambles Noted For: Flat tires Varsity Football ,59, '60, Wrestling '59g Baseball '59, '60g Chorus '59, '6Og Dance Committee '59, '60g Chess Club President '59, '60g Co-Photography Edi- tor of Evergreen '60g Green Team Captain '60g Dial Associate '59, '60. Xe r RICHARD MEAD ROGERS During chapel on Tuesday and Thursday morning, a deep, melodious, bass voice booms forth through every hymn. Its owner is none other than Dick Rogers. In the fall of 1958, he entered the class from Mt. Pleasant. and soon his short, stocky build, bull neck, wrestleris gait, and furry fe- inurs were known to everyone in school. A confirmed lady- killer, Dick is an avid hacker in all fields of corruption as any rowdy senior boy is. Black Fords, blue eyes, and blonde hair take up most of Dick's time with an occasional moment spent either in his room with his books or on the football field where he has earned his letter as a defensive guard. Yet there is another side which is different from Dick's happy-go-lucky nature. Aside from his belief in having a good time whenever he can, Dick is very willing to help with any project. When a serious atmosphere must be main- tained, he speaks in a positive and sincere manner. Always congenial and courteous, Dick is a great part of the spirit and abilities of the class of 1960. 43 Nickname: Elsie Favorite Expression: "Lollipop's a nice cat" Usually Seen: Blushing Probable Occupation: Second Althea Gibson Pet Like: The Dart Pet Hate: Being embarrassed Noted For: Playing "spook" in the cellar. Fall Tennis '57: Spring Tennis, Varsity '57, '58, '59, Captain '60, Basketball, .l.V. '57, '58, Varsity '59, '60: Hockey, ,l.V. '58, '59: Chorus '58, '59, '60, Dramatics '57, Library Committee '57, '58, '59, '60: Social Service '59, Dial Associate '58, '59, Circulation Editor '6O: Athletic Association '59, GAIL CHARDCN ROTHROCK Gail, the girl with the never-failing smile, calmly enters the Senior Room in the morning as everyone else rushes out on the way to Chapel or Assembly. When one hears a squeal and then laughter, he may be sure Gail is in the vicinity. Her vavacious good-nature and neon-like blush have made Gail a frequent victim of much razzing. One of the most sincere and conscientious members of the class Gail will do a job well and with alacrity. Such responsibilities are reflected in her help with the Dial and Evergreen and as the Con- cessions Committee Co-Chairman. She is also a faithful member of the Chorus, proven by her aid in Chapel when the boys attempt to out-sing Mr. Savage. Most know Gail as a result of her excellent tennis: however, she has also made contributions to other teams in skill, in moral support, 9 and in her sportsmanship. The college which will receive Gail's blonde hair, bright blue eyes, and radiating smile shall gain an invaluable addition. 44 Nickname: Tommy Peek-a-boo Favorite Expression: "You clod!" Usually Seen: ln the Girl's Locker Room Probable Occupation: Love-lom columnist Pet Like: The South Pet Hate: People who call the War between the States the Civil War Noted For: Wives Safety Committee, Co-Chairman '59, '60g Projection Room Committee '58g Science Club '57, '58, '59, '60: Football, J.V. '57, '58, Varsity '59g Wrestling, Varsity '57, '58, Captain '59, Co-Captain '60: Track '57, '58, '59, Varsity '60: Gym Teacher '60g Ath- letic Association '59, '60: Evergreen, Assistant Edi- tor '60: Class Treasurer '60. THOMAS PEEK SMITH Tommy, a productive combination of organization and fiery ag- gressiveness, has held well deserved positions as Class Treasurer and assistant editor of the Evergreen. ln athletics, Smitty has displayed his hard-nosed ability to win, as Co-captain of the Wrestling team. It is well to note, however, that many an opponent certainly had weakened a little at the sight of Smitty's formidable physique when he wrestled his way to the State Championship in 1958. In the Senior Room, Tommy is the guy who is always scheming evilly with John Steinfeld fusually to make moneyj, moving around de- signing new gamos falso to make moneyj, and setting whole groups of people into rolling .laughter with his comments. His humorous con- geniality is enjoyed around the rest of the school too, and especially on those dates with the Junior girls. Outside of school, Tommy is a successful hunter who handles a shotgun expertly. In the future, we will read about Smitty either shoulder- ing his shotgun to command the South's new victory in a second War Between the States or making grand steps as a leader in some other field. 45 Nickname: Nobie Pet Like: Bananas ZENOBIA JACOBA SMITH Once in a very great while, we are privileged to meet as rare and colorful a personality as Nobie Smith, our foreign exchange student from Northern Rhodesia. After travelling 7000 miles to a strange land, where she was con- fronted with a totally different environment, Nobie displayed remarkable adaptability as she rapidly became one of the most popular members of the class. Nobie has a keen understanding and depth of perception which is rarely found in a young person. Her ideas, which showed an unusual maturity and originality, and her good nature, contributed greatly to the success of our senior year. Nobie truly entered into the spirit of the school. As a Varsity hockey player, she demonstrated superior skill and undying enthusiasm for the team. Her contributions to Dramatics and the Dance Band were greatly appreciated by all. We, the class of 1960, cannot express how fortunate we feel at having Nobie as a member of our class. In the short period of one year, Nobie has endeared herself to the entire student body. Whenever Nobie comes back to visit, she can he assured of at least thirty-four places to stay. 46 Favorite Expression Xzklopentkz Usually Seen: Swinging down the hall Probable Occupation Rock and Roll p1an1st Pet Hate: Being called Brltlsh Noted For: Good nature Hockey, Varsity 60 Basketball 60 Softball Var sity '60g Dramatics 60 Dance Committee 60 H Dance Band '60 Student Council 60 r Nickname: Spook Favorite Expression: "Honestly . . .ii Usually.Seen: . . . Usually heard Probable Occupation: A library bouncer Pet Like: France Pet Hate: English classes Noted For: Unbounded energy Social Service Committee '57, '58: Lost and Found Committee '59, Chairman '60, Dramatics '57-'60, Hockey '57, .l.V. '58, '59, '60, Softball '57, Varsity k '58, '59, '60g Basketball '57, .I.V, '58, '59, '60. SUSIE OLIVE SPEAKMAN Susie is without a doubt one of the most effervescent personalities that Tower Hill has ever known, for her 'cbubbling personality" appears in everything that she does. No one has been able to figure out where all her stimulation comes from, but it seems as though the harder she works on anything from studying f?J in France to prompting for the play, the more energy she has left over. Through her "sparkling personality," Susie has become a good friend to numerous Hillers throughout her fourteen years at Tower Hill. With her in the room, there is never a dull moment, for she can be depended upon to add liveliness to any group. Although she is a "hacker" in every way, she also is so cheerful and kind, that if ever there is a problem to be solved, she is the one to do it. In spite of her hectic schedule, she always manages to find time to help someone out in any way. Susie, who can be described as carefree, vivacious, and perhaps, even rambunctious, has such consideration for others that she will always be remembered by all of us. . 47 Nickname: Sal Favorite Expression: "Nobody understands me" Usually Seen: Carrying all her books Probable Occupation: Seamstress for Wilmington Dry Pet Like: Letters from the South Pet Hate: Gym Noted For: Talking with her hands Hockey, J.V. '58, '59g Basketball '58g Tennis '58g Badminton '59, '6Og Art '58, '59g Dance Committee '58, 593 Lost and Found Committee '60g Dramatics '6O. SALLY MORRISON STAGER If perchance you are startled by a thunderous roar between 8:15 A.M. and 2:45 P.lVl., you need not look out of the nearest window to spot the culprit, because it is certain that it is Sally in her quiet f?l V.W. She then dashes into a deserted corner to read that last page of yesterday's History assignment. During school she is very quiet and industrious. Her carf?J seems to make all her noise. But with Sal it is definitely not all work and no play. She saves her energy for Cape Cod, Maine, summers and especially for wild U.S.C. weekends. During these gay times school work and books are com- pletely forgotten, and Sal is always seen having the time of her life. Because of her industrious, sincere, and fun-loving personality, Sally is bound to have a successful career in college. These characteristics will also pay off in a long, full and wonderfully happy life. 48 Nickname: Jake, Benny Favorite Expression: "Corruptl !" Usually Seen: Indexing his baseball cards. Probable Occupation: Dictator of the world Pet Like: Toll House cookies and milk Pet Hate: "Gridiron Cavotte" Noted For: Being champion of the dovm-trodden Social Service Committee '58g Safety Committee '58, '59, Co-Chairman '60g Science Club '58, '59, '60g Athletic Association '60, Dial, Feature Editor '59, '60g Editor in Chief of Evergreen '60g Basket- ball, J.V. '58, '59, Cross Country Varsity '58, '59, Captain '60g Baseball, Varsity '58, '59, Captain '60. JOHN ROBERT STEINFELD When we first saw John three years ago, we thought that he would be one of the quieter members of the classg however, this opinion has been radically changed. From the beginning he has assumed the leader- ship of almost every organization that he has joined. Undoubtedly the greatest ping-pong player in the school, John has defeated many fomli- dable champions, as Mr. Coates will testify. As captain of both the cross country team and the baseball team, his consistently good performances have aided both teams in establishing good records. Of all John's abilities, the one that will be most remembered is that of hacking. It is hard to tell whether it is his straight face or frank manner that has enabled him to convince new students and teachers that it IS necessary to buy such things as hall passes and lunchroom tickets. As John enters college next year, you can be sure that his sparkling personality, sense of humor, and great abilities will make him as ap- preciated there as he is here. 49 Nick name: Rodge Pet Like: I azz ROGER CHARLES STEVENSON Upon entering the Senior Room around eight o'clock, one can usually attend the before-school meeting of the Homework Club of the Seventh Period Physics Class. Here is found Roger, eagerly working his slide rule while explaining a prob- lem to his awed colleagues. Roger has the work done too, because he is one of these people who, when time is running short, takes charge and sees that things get done. As one of our photography editors, Roger was always one or two jumps ahead, keeping this yearbook running smoothly. Roger is also efficient on the cross country course, running it in the twelve- minute plus bracket. In fact, he was runner-up for the Independent School Champ- ionship of Delaware, no small achievement! Although not the type to swing by his heels from the light fixtures, Rodge is suspected to have latent hacking qualities, which may suddenly burst forth in the future. Predicting futures is always hard and somewhat risky, but the consensus is that if Roger makes the same impression on others that he has on his classmates at Tower Hill, he will be very well liked indeed! 50 Favorite Expression Just what l need another problem Usually Seen: In the office Probable Occupation Mller Pet Hate: Photographers Noted For: Friendly Disposition Fall Tennis '593 JV Wrestling 59 Baseball JV '59, Varsity '60g Cross Country 60 Safety Com mittee '59g Dance Committee 60 Chorus 60 Ever green Photography Editor 60 Nickname: Drac Favorite Expression: "Morbid joke" Usually Seen: With a new hair style Probable Occupation: Second Gypsy Rose lee Pet Like: Jamaica Pet Hate: Dirty players on the' hockey field UD Noted For: Laughing at morbid scenes Hockey, Varsity '57, '58, '59, '60, Basketball, .l.V. '57, Varsity '58, '59g Tennis, Varsity '57, '58, '59, '60g Dining Room Committee '57g Library Com- mittee '58g Green Key '60, Chairman '59g Dial '58, '59, Circulation Editor '60g Dramatics '57, Chorus '58, '59, '60. PAMELA CAMPBELL THEISEN A large, bright blue mohair sweater, a skirt, and bright blue tights are the traditional trademarks of Parmny. Her ever-changing hair styles, and new Impala convertibles are also familiar Theisen characteristics. She can usually be found bombing around in Thor, eating a strawberry sundae at the Pit, or domestically knitting a sweater. Pamelia, as she is sometimes called, has many attributes. She is probably best known for outstanding athletic ability. Many a Tower Hill victory has been gained by Pam's last minute flick into the goal cage or a hook shot into the basket. She also excels in tennis, having been on the varsity squad for four years. As a J.V. cheerleader, Pam displayed undying enthusiasm and spirit as she cheered the teams on to victory. In addition to sports, Pam participates in other school activities. She was Chairman of the Green Key Committee in her Junior year. In chorus, she has occupied a prominent seat in the back row "gossip group" in the soprano section. With her beaming smile and jovial manner, Pam is sure to be a success wherever she goes. tsl Nickname: Ralph Favorite Expression: "That's not niiice!" Usually Seen: Blowing ping-pong halls Probable Occupation: High scorer on an All-American hock ey team Pet Like: Tromboners Pet Hate: Defensive players who get in her way Noted For: Tweaking inability Dial '58, Copy Editor '59, Editor-in-Chief '59g Ever- green Assistant Editor '60: Chorus '58, '59, Sec- retary '60, Hockey '59, Varsity '60: Softball Man- ager '58, Varsity '59, '60, Class Secretary '59: Bas- ketball '58, J.V. ,59: Student Council '60: Green Captain '60g Social Service '58g Dance Committee '59, Secretary '60, Cum Laude '60. MARY KAY THEOBALD Mary Kay, alias Ralph or Ralphie, entered Tower Hill in the middle of the 10th grade and has endeared herself to the whole school. Apart from being a Cum Laude student, and the only girl in the physics class, she has also proved her worth on the hockey field. Her impulsive decision to be a goalie f a red-headed one at thatj was a fortunate occasion for the hockey squad. Many of Mary Kay's chief interests have been pursued through her work on the Dial and the Evergreen. She has become the compe- tent and respected editor of the former, and although articles are usually rushed in at the last minute and the Dzkzl meetings seem more like leisurely social gatherings, the Dlkzl always arrives on time. Whenever a chair in the cafeteria is unoccupied, or is dragged to another table, Mary Kay is probably resuming her table-hopping career. She has been a worthy addition in many respects, and when- ever help is needed, Mary Kay is always there. Her jovial spirits, great sense of humor, keen leadership, and sportsmanship have helped many. The courage of her convictions and integrity is undoubted, and we know that she will be a success in future years. 52 l Nickname: Tumip Favorite Expression: "Let's go to Europe" Usually Seen: Dancing modernly Probable Occupation: Language teacher Pet Like: Kilts Pet Hate: English claw Noted For: Drives Social Service Committee '57, '58, '59, '60g Art '57, '58, '59g Science Club '60g Modern Dance '57, '58, '59, '60g Spring Tennis '57, '58, '59, '60g Fall Tennis '57, '58, '59. SALLIE ROBINSON TURNER Sallie is an independent, mature girl with many interests and abilities. She plans to do work in the area of science or medicine and has spent much of her time experimenting in the Science Club and doing volunteer work in the Delaware Hospital. Social service has been one of Sallie's important occupations, and as chairman of the Shoe Drive this year she showed her ability in this field. For sev- eral years Sallie has put her natural grace to good use in her study of ballet. Another of her interests is Europe and the French language. She has spent two summers in Swiss boarding schools and enter- tains her friends with accounts of her experiences there-experiences , which include such things as practicing yoga and leaming German and Switzerdeutsch in French. While she was abroad, Sallie picked up a taste for philosophical discussions and can often be found in a debate with a classmate on some deep question. Sallie's varied interests and sound thinking have done a great deal to enrich our class during the years that she has been at Tower Hill. 53 LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT We, the class of 1960 of Tower Hill School, being sound of mind and body, do hereby bequeath the following items to those who are fortunate enough to survive. Wendy Clough leaves her blushing in English class to any easily flustered victim of Mr. Oviatt. Terry Collison leaves his enthusiasm for Woody Herman to Major Travers. Tricia Colt leaves her legs to Tillie Laird. Linda Cooper leaves her ability to get out of gym to Mary Jane Burrows. Lisa Cronin leaves her even temper to the Junior girls. Richie Cussler leaves bloody noses for keeps. Barbara Dawson leaves her blond hair to Caroline Hexford. Margaret Day leaves the literary magazine to Alison Arsht. Dick Dobbs leaves motorcycles to anyone crazy enough to want them. Lynn Irwin leaves her nose to Lynn Morgan. Helen Johnson leaves her hockey stick to "Bulldozer" Cummey. Kathy Kay leaves Aucassin and Nicolette to the fairies. J ack Lockwood leaves his size thirteen shoes to anyone who can fill them. Lynne Loeffler leaves her poster board and paints to next year's Madison Ave. aspirant. Linde Lowden leaves the half piece of pie from the boys banquet to Gale Pierson. Madelon Mees leaves her sunglasses to the next Hollywood hopeful. Bill Mullis leaves the rotting tee shirt he wore to every practice to Gordon Bussard. Dave Ness left a roll of film on the bus. Charlie Paul leaves his spot in the bike rack to ,lebbie Charmella. Chris Pechin leaves his speed to "Lightning" Bours. J im Perkins leaves his ham acting to Tom Tully. Pete Peterson leaves a faded piece of red lint to next year's shortest incoming sophomore. Sydney Robertson leaves her Civil Defense helmet and goggles to ,lane Bailey. Dick Rogers leaves his voice to Dickie Hodge. Gail Rothrock leaves her place in History class to a lucky Junior. Tom Smith leaves his little Q ?J black book to any Junior boy who wants it. Nobie Smith leaves the figuring out of football games to the next AFS student. Susie Speakman leaves her quiet voice and unassuming manner to Anne Benedict. Sally Stager leaves all her unused No-Doz pills to Lonnie Brown. John Steinfeld leaves his old war maps to Mr. Coates and Mr. Savage. Roger Stevenson leaves the senior room fumiture to anyone who will burn it. Pam Theisen leaves her wicked laugh to Mr. Oviatt. Mary Kay Theobald leaves her place in Physics class to anyone brave enough to take it. Sallie Tumer leaves her leotard to Kim Lee. L., YW - E , f E if . Y wi- fi, , ,. qgSi ,h Us Y n JUNIOR PROM Early in September of 1958 the first longrange prob- lem of the Junior Class attacked was, of course, the Junior Prom. As usual, nothing could be done without much dis- cussion. But out of this discussion came the ideas for the most spectacular prom that Tower Hill has ever seen. The first problem which confronted us was the choice of a band. The answer was Oscar Dumont and his fifteen piece Big Band. The next problem and by far the most challenging was the selection of decorations. Many ideas were thought of, but the class unanimously decided in favor of the Japanese Teahouse theme. The tenth of June, graduation day, at 10 p.m. saw an enthusiastic group of workers led by Mr. Coates trans- forming a barren gym hxto a Teahouse. Late to bed, early to rise and long hours of hard work wearied the workers, but did not blunt their purpose. By 6:00 p.m. Friday all is ready. This unforgettable event was prefaced by a delicious nner given by Wendy' Clough at the Vicmead for our iole class. By nine olclock the big band sound drifted rough the wide open doors. Unsuspecting attendants were zzled by Japanese gardens, the Buddha, and the pool with e fountains. The only foibles were John Steinfeldis frogs iich, although adding reality to the pool, escaped and used mild bedlam. The night was climaxed by a welcome swimming party Lynn Irwinis and breakfast at Madelon Meesi. This ideal ght was overshadowed by the thought of having to clean 1 the following morning. This, however, did not daunt the iss of 1960. By late the next afternoon, the gym was again rren, but memories of the unforgettable night lingered the minds of all. P R O M C A N D I D S UNDERCLASSMEN hw -if "" nf.. if-'ff fa 2 1. -5 xi' aw, , 4 x My my HRX Am 'si N fi 4055-f " I his Q53 W K . 1 CLASS GF 1961 The glorious class of 1961 festablished 194-81 returned to these hallowed ivy halls resolved that a Junior Class can be organized. Having inherited a renowned tradition for chaos from previous classes, we were determined to break with conformity. As a result, we lived up to all expectations and failed in this endeavor. After nobly accepting this defeat, we settled down to the more practical pastimes of our exalted position such as ring trading and the Junior Prom. To get lmder way we welcomed Millard Gamble, Ron Strickland, Jeff Armistead, Henry "Spud" Moss, and Chris Cairns to our happy fold. Finally we elected officers to lead us on our way to the Prom fsighl. Pete Hentschel's name was drawn out of a hat as our one-ballot decision for President. Mickey Fleming was chosen Vice-President and Alison Arsht was re- spectfully submitted for Secretary. Controlling the economic situation for this glorious year was Cordon Bussard fsighl. What followed is history. The 180 day wonder, the Junior Prom, was the most spectacular Tower Hill Prom of the year 1960. In other activities the '61 Hillers were outstanding. Junior thespians set the pace for future Tower troupers. Other intrepid eleventh graders excelled in art and music. Our report on Hermaphroditic wombats astounded the Science Club and surely our photographers turned in a memorable performance. Heading the Literary Magazine, which we helped to found, we cranked out two meaty-keen issues and at mid-year we conquered the Dial. In our twilight years at Tower Hill as we see the golden sun slowly sink into the Brandywine River we shall each follow our own ways, wending singular paths on this cruel orb. But the world will really note and long remember our invaluable contributions to mankind and the Wilmington Childre'n's Zoo. kg.-www v,,ff 15- as -- i .,,,-mahmzzf U-vwz,fQz,Ae,zA. " M sg . W .M-v-ww , A ,,.. AAz,,. 3 ,,,l , ,,3, A'?f?SQl2L+rf2v,'r 1? flu-'IH RQ . Q"n.9g1ww,Ny5,:y7: K ,Lvg8cwQCk MW1.Agv1,,+QwfiM 14:- - 31' -wM,.,.. ,, .. W 4 A. . ,.u.1f ,,,,. - w a -A QM,-wfznfgm 3: ,wef5?kf?fi!TZ'f , 1,.. qw My viii M ' P- rw-ff.f5m, if-1, 7, V """' gg3l zimyw 'f f . ay , 7 rm.v.:ef,L,.WA..,.,,1fWS'wf21"-wgaqf-.fha - - ,A V B, 4 f ,f u T f ,V f A.'yf,wg ,"'X?,,k k -:M-Qf k K , K 4 . ., , r mmiiwxgv 9 4 W was ,fy w..,,,' Af . W ,as Q K ? l x HH f A" ,av 'f L5 i . 5. 1 -, L L,L-LLV :I'1 T- A f,Lh :LAA sr y, za: , wwf f ,. N lA,,E 1 QV . as f V, f,.,Q,.. ' A L , T37 Q W, ,W J ,,e:12'm.v,Lf,g fl: we ,V-.nu-f'g:y-. 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They are: Babbie Campbell, Ron Felix, Bob Gamble, Patsy Paul, Craig Smith, Rich Stevenson, and Kathy Ward. Our initial task of the new year, under the supervision of our three advisors, was to elect new class officers. The position of Class President was given to Jimer Krewatchg chosen as his assistants were Jimmy Straub, Vice-President, Bobby Bird, Secretary, and Pete Bours, Treasurer. The perennial problem of the year has been money. With approximately twenty-nine dollars in the treasury, we were confronted with having to produce a class dance. After much disagreement and con- fusion about the date, Manch 5th was chosen. When Saturday night finally arrived, we knew that we had produced a successful party, and that we had obtained ample funds to produce, or at least plan for, a successful Junior Prom. Throughout the year, the sophomore class supported the various athletic teams, committees, and other extracurricular activities. Witll these contributions, we managed to survive the year without too many nervous breakdowns. The highlight of every sophomore year is, needless to say, receiving the class rings. After the usual controversy over the ultimate design of the ring, we selected the one which we received on Class Day according to the tradition of Tower Hill. After the all too brief summer vacation, we'll retum as lofty Juniors with just "one more year" to go. . .4 N.m?'nz 2 eww:-Q51 W f i , uk 1 ' 4 vp it jg, XL" V p i aggigf i , " - ' gli- ' t l H , .N -. T ' QQ fl- aw-vx --., :www - 7 wiqwwwfmgggxr www A 4, l ws' I W v l ' ir ' - 'wx N Wk 8 w wi- avi gl. ww Ninas 1 .Dali CLASS OF 1963 September fifteenth, 1960. Countdown . . . five . . . four . . . three . . . two . . . one . . . fire! With this the ninth grade was launched into the Upper School in an erratic orbit. Our class was ready to start off with a bang with four new members-Peyton Bird, Mary ,lean Dodd, Kurt Kalb, Cathy Mad- dock, and March Weir. Polly Reynolds also came back after a brief stay in Italy. At the beginning of the year, we elected our class officers: President, Jay Flahertyg Vice-President, John Evansg Secretary, Margaret Kay, and Treasurer, Justine Neff. Jay and John are also our Student Council representatives. The Freshmen promptly began to plan for their class dance and after many arguments fat least one per meetingl decided on a theme. After much confusion the dance came off successfully on April 2. With vigor the class members joined activities and were welcomed with enthusiasm f?J. Dramatics proved to be a new opening for many talented Freshmen who participated in several of the plays. Sports too were well represented by the athletic and energetic members. As most of the Freshmen took a new language this year, Room 201 resounded with phrases of French, Latin, and German. Any other linquist entering our room thought that he had discovered a new lmknown language. He had! We could not understand it ourselves. For relaxation for hackingl the class had a number of shutter-bugs. In fact, among the pictures of such illustrious people as F. D. Roosevelt, Herbert Hoover, and Alfred E. Neuman hangs a picture of Mr. Palmer taken by one of our camera fans. The bulletin board was usually plastered with candids, much to the horror of the victims and the delight of others. After having such a wonderful year of work, sports, and fun, the Freshmen eagerly await next year as Sophomores. 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J M- , ,, X J L ez. 4 Jr- , K 4- .1 15 vw v. ,. . f ,- .,,'-. AJ ' .:'.' .- f v "'f" 1"-"-.Q ""i"'-. :v .sf 'A"i4:,j Hs M ', 'mix' ""'S- 'MA ffm Q. M- 4' ggi?-0 J' .df 'ew Q r vs' 1. J' 1 ,Ik 5,2 W3 eff" X W 6 3, "X 7 ' 1,-Ziggy-9?Z2r f Seated: R. Bussard, Treasurerg E. Oldach, Presidentg M. A. Bours, Vice-President. Standing: B. Roberts, N. Anderson, K. Kalb, G. Goodale, B. Livingston, P. Giles, S. Griggs, C. Hughes, D. Nebel. Absent: P. Larson, Secretaryg R. Bayard. MIDDLE SCHOOL COUNCIL The Middle School Student Council has had an active year acting as middle man between faculty and students. The council represents the students' work with the administration to improve the school and better student-faculty relations. This year the council has worked especially to im- prove student discipline. It has tried to stop the running in the halls and to keep the corridors quiet. Two mem- bers patrol the corridors and the whole council works with the faculty to punish offenders. If a serious disci- pline problem arises, the council discusses it with the administration and tries to find a solution. The council also supervises classes when teachers are not present. This task prepares members for the responsibility of 70 study hall supervision in the upper school. ln addition, the Student Council helps to guide the middle school social activities. It holds an annual birth- day party when all of the Middle Schoolers, birthdays are celebrated. The Council is responsible for organizing the party and raises the money to pay for it. The Council annually holds a Christmas decoration contest. This yeal Mr. Hughes' home room won over especially stiff compe- tition. In all these projects the Middle School Council has done much to improve co-operation between the faculty and the students, and thus contributes to the over-all harmony of the school. ..:.h , .Qi Q, 4 '- K K S F XS A . if , gy wg fx 3 , W I .qbi i 1 Egg? N- 9 1fQ Q 'L gi? Nw wg xrg .s fr - 2 f. 5 as Q is 'fl f Q wwf Q X335 X W K Sega , ,L ML AX few. g f 1 n 4., w - 4.2, 4 :wif . pf - .rx .gpg . sg X QE '-iiiii , A . ,-:gh V , . ',': Q ,-1 i . X.:. ., . 4 N-Sw t .X . gt-. : . : X aff' Q K Q - 5 . f X . Q k t Q wx lx Q X 5 -. :, 'I'i"S:a S 3 m N Q ' X - m x -ii' C' 4 ,sn ' S1 A 5 in First Row: B. Smith, J. McDevitt, R. Theisen, K. Peterson, L. Ramsey, G. Malone, P. Morgan. Second Row: J. Nickle B. Shockleton. R. Silliman, E. McClean, F. Travers. J. Marvel. R. Reeves. T. Wild. Third Row: J. Simmons, M. Wan ner, T. Valk, R. Taylor, J. Tepe, P. Trepagnier, D. Nebel, J. McKay, T. Miller. SEVENTH GRADE First Row: D. Craven, K. Farquahr, R. Hoopes, M. Brown, E. G. Crichton. S. Diver, R. Drake. Second Row: K. Kalh. H. Eehols, K. Corroon, R. Bussard. K. Kay, A. Flaherty, N. Keane, P. Laird. Third Row: G. Hughes, W. Flook. H. Flint, J. Dawson, C. Laird, T. Coulson, R. Ketcham, F. Lammot. 72 it Firsi Roux' J. Strourl. M. Pearson. M. Smith. A. Taylor. M. Neilson. 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BARBARA DAWSON MARY KAY THEOBALD MARGARET DAY TOMMY SMITH JIM PERKINS Sports Editors . . . LINDE LOWDON BILL MULLIS Photography Editors . . . ROGER STEVENSON JACK LOCKWOOD DICK ROGERS Copy Editors . . . SYDNEY ROBERTSON RICHIE CUSSLER Publicity Manager . . . HELEN JOHNSON Assistant Business Managers . . . LINDA COOPER DICK DOBBS Art Editor . . . LYNEE LOEFFLER 80 DIAL STAFF Standzng Left to Right G Rothrock L Lowdon I Stelnfeld R Cussler, D. Ness, P. Theisen, M. Mees. Sitting, Left to Right: S. Robertson M Day L Cronin M K Theobald M Fleming G Rowlett, B. Dawson. Editor-in-Chief ,,,,.,, Assistant Editor ,,,,,,7 News Editor v...,. Feature Editors ,.ss. Sports Editors ,,r.t, Copy Editor ,o,o.,,.. Mary Kay Theobald Mickey Fleming Lisa Cronin Margaret Day John Steinfeld Terry Collison Linde Lowdon Richie Cussler Sydney Robertson Headline Editors ...,e, e,,,.,.,r,, C hris Peehin Photography Editor ..,..... Business Manager o,..,... Grayson Rowlett Jed Smith Dave New Exchange Edltor .,,,t,,.... .oo,,.,.. B arbara Dawson Alumni News Editor Circulation Managers Madelon Meer Gail Rothrock Pam Theisen 8l Left to Right: S. Weickert, M. Fleming, A. Arsht, B. Campbell. Absent: P. Copley. LITERARY MAGAZINE As You Like It, the Tower Hill Literary Magazine, was initiated during the spring of 1959 to fill a needed place among the extracurricular activities offered by the school. The staff was appointed by Mr. Coates, who was then the Dean of Students, and Mrs. Smith, who was chosen to be the faculty advisor of the fledgling enterprise. Margaret Day was the first editor, assisted by a staff of two other Juniors and two Sophomores: Lisa Cronin, Charles Paul, Alison Arsht, and Mickey Fleming. This group published the first issue of the magazine last spring. It was also the original staff members who determined many of the practices and policies of the magazine. Having gotten the literary magazine off to a strong start, Margaret Day turned over the job of editor to Alison Arsht. Alison, who was to carry on throughout her lunior year, began the year by picking the new staff members. These were: Stefanie Weickert, Mickey Fleming, Babbie Campbell, and Phyllis Copley. The group succeeded in getting out both an autumn and a spring edition this year. A very beneficial novelty was a questionnaire concerning the magazine which was circulated to all Upper School students by the English teachers. ln this way the staff was able to get many new and helpful ideas about the magazine. Types of work included in the As You Like IL thus far have been short stories, essays, poems, book and play reviews, puzzles, and art work. The articles in the magazine have come principally from writings previously used as English themes although there have also been articles expressly written for the magazine. Tower Hill's literary magazine has had a promising beginning and with the coopera- tion and enthusiasm of both students and teachers has made a fine place for itself in the school. First Row: R. Williams, L. Lowdon, M. Thebald, B. Mullis, J. Perkins, L. Cronin, M. Fleming, Z. Smith. Second Row: J. Flaherty. P. Hentschel, D. Ness, G. Bussard, J. Krewatch, R. Urmston, S. Beck, J. Evans. STUDENT COUNCIL The Tower Hill Student Council is the student repre- sentation in the administration of the school. This year the Council under the leadership of Bill Mullis has worked to bring students and administration closer to- gether. The first task of the Council was the Student Orien- tation Program. A week before school started new stu- dents were shown around the school and introduced to their teachers. The Council assumed responsibility for the Get Acquainted Dance. They hired a disk jockey and improved the dance so that it was a successful start for the school year. They also began to supervise study halls and do much to better student discipline. The Council helped to open the Library for term paper work on week ends. This innovation was greatly appreciated by T. H. students who are notoriously pressed for time. In another innovation the Council made our exchange student, Zeno- bia Smith. a member. This was done so that we might benefit from a different background of ideas while she may better understand American democracy. The Student Council this year, under advisors Mr. Coates and Mr. Oviatt, has enjoyed great success. They have set an example of representation that will serve well for future Councils. M. Fleming, B. Mullis, J. Perkins, L. Lowdon First Row, Left to Right: E. Wise, L. Brown, K. Ward, S. Speakman, M. Day, G. Bussard, M. Mees, P. Hentschel, T. Collison, P. Bours, R. Heckert. Second Row: S. Rinard, L. Loeffler, J. Perkins, Z. Smith, L. Lowdon, B. Mullis, R. Dobbs, T. Colt, L. Irwin, J. Fair- man, D. Bye. Third Row: L. Cutherie, B. Campbell, E. Griggs, T. Laird, C. Lee, C. Maddock, H. Alderson, I. duPont, M. Repman, K. Lowndes, S. Stager. Fourth Row: E. Low, M. MacDougall, J. Flaherty, R. Kingery, D. Wood, R. Strickland, M. Gamble, C. Cairns, J. Armistead, J. Feldmann, B. Bird. Fifth Row: M. Dawson, J. Bailey, S. Weickert, N. Evans, J. Lockwood. DRAMAT CS The first activity of the year in Dramatics was the selection of officersg those chosen were Madelon Mees as President, Terry Collison as Vice-President, and Mar- garet Day as Secretary. After casting Arsenic and Old Lace, the major Dramatics project of the year, the eager group of talented thespians busied themselves with learn- ing lines and rehearsing under the direction of Mr. Pat- terson, however, because of several late rehearsals, a number of the actors had sleepless nights and hot tem- pers. Nevertheless, the play finally took shape and it was successfully presented to the student body, parents, and friends. Several comedies have previously been presented at Tower Hill, but Arsenic and Old Lace, which concerns itself with the escapades of two sweet old maids who poison lonely elderly gentlemen to the amazement of their 84 'iquestionably sanev relatives, was undisputably one o' Tower Hill's best. Many thanks go to Mr. Patterson foi his superb direction and his unselfish guidance through out the year. Several weeks later, the Dramatics group collabo rated with the Chorus to present another moving anc inspiring Christmas Pageant which will long be remem bered. During the rest of the year, several well-done one act plays were presented for the enjoyment of the Middle and Upper. Schools. Mr. Patterson, the student directors the marvelous stage crew, and all those who participatec in the Dramatics activities are to be commended for help ing make this one of the best years of Tower Hill Drama tics. A. Arsht, J. Abernathy, R. McCoy, M. McCrew, C. Rowlett, R. Williams, M. Brandt, C. Pierson, P. Mendolia. Second Row: D. Metz- ger, C. Rexford. L. Morgan, F. Dillion, L. Cooper, C. Pt-chin, S. Robertson, M. K. Theohald, M. Cummey, P. Paul. Third Row: C. Nichols, C. Blatz, P. Theisen, K. Kay, C. Paul, R. Rogers, S. Beck, L. Cronin. Fourth Row: B. Dawson. C. Rothrock. R. Cusslvr. R. Stevenson, R. Felix, M. Fleming, D. Brearley. CHOR S This year the upper school chorus, under the direc- tion of Mr. Bourgeault, was fortunate enough to partici- pate in a very exciting and unique year. The relatively new chorus proved itself to he excellent, as shown by the programs given throughout the year. The Christmas Pageant consisted of both the Chorus and the Dramatics groups directed by Mr. Bourgeault and Mr. Patterson. The big project of the year, however, was the singing with the Philadelphia Orchestra in March. Schools around the Philadelphia area were repre- sented by choral groups that combined into one large chorus under the direction of Elaine Brown to sing Rim- sky-Korsakovis Gloria. It was truly a fascinating and enjoyable experience. As the school year drew to a close, there were vari- ous performances including the Spring Concert and, finally, the singing at Baccalaureate Service. With the passing years the chorus has grown increasingly better as evidenced by its performances at and away from school. Mr. Bourgeault and chorus members are to be congratu- lated for their never-ending work in making the Upper School Chorus one of which the school can be proud. 85 First Row, from Left to' Right: W. Smith, B. Roberts, J. McDevott, T. St. Clare, J. Smith, C. Goodale, N. Keen. Second Row: J. Tepe M. Pearson, M. Lurger, R. Taylor, T. Valk, S. Sherwood, C. Kalb, J. Krewatch, K. Hinesley, C. Arrington, M. Travers. Third Row. C. Hughes, J. Marvel, T. Wild, J. Mann, W. Lothian, C. Coulson, C. Laird, H. Echols, L. Valk, l. duPont, T. Miller, J. Charamella, D Ness. Fourth Row: A. Cadot, S. Davis. BAND On Monday and Friday during the third period one may hear the Tower Hill band feverishly practicing a new number that must be ready for the next perform- ance. Much credit must be given to Mr. Carveth who has organized and balanced this band into a talented group. All home football games and some away games have been sparked by the addition of the band. Next to the cheerleaders the band has done much to improve the spirit at pep rallies and at football games. 86 Along with rousing football songs, the band als plays more serious songs such as Handel's Prelude an Fugue. The band exhibited its worth at the Spring Cor cert by giving a fine performance. The annual tree trirr ming ceremony was greatly enhanced by the addition o the band which accompanied the singers. This year the band has proved to be the best i Tower Hill's history. Under Mr. Carveth, the band hope for an even better collection of musicians in the year to come. First Row, Left lo Right: J. Krewatch, C. Hinsley, C. Arrington, W. Smith. Back: Mr. Carveth, W. Lowthian, L. Valk, J. Mann, T. Collison, J. Charamel- la, D. Ness. Absent: K. Lowndes, Z. Smith, C. Nichols, H. Johnson. ART This year our new art teacher, Mr. Payne, has added many interesting ideas to extracurricular art. He has success- fully instructed us in drawing and sketching with pencils and charcoal, with emphasis on different aspects, such as the form, design, shading, or texture, of the materials of our subjects. Mr. Payne has also shown us many reproductions of old and modern masterpieces, thus giving us a clearer concept of the history of art and a better understanding of modern painting. We have also learned other valuable things, such as tech- niques in drawing and the use of various materials. This is by far the most rewarding year for art students at Tower Hill, and all the credit for this interesting course goes to our teach- er, who has given his students many new ideas to think about in this field. DANCE BA The fourteen piece Dance Band was characterized by spirit, ability, and achieve- ment. The enthusiasm was such that we sched- uled extra practices three or four times every week giving us an opportunity for concen- trated work on particular sections and time for practicing new numbers. By each pers0n's chipping in we were able to buy new music on our own. In addition, we made new ar- rangements of many numbers already in our library. These new arrangements in combina- tion with the new numbers gave a more mod- ern big band sound. Hillers were able to hear the fruits of the many early morning sessions at several wild assemblies during the year and at a couple of dances. The Dance Band has come a long way in every phase of arranging, ability, and per- formance. We appreciate everyonels interest in our efforts. First Row: H. Moss, W. Clough. Back Row: M. Acken, H. Abernathy, R. Hodge. 87 First Row: M. Kay, D. Yelton, A. Benedict, S. Turner. Second Row: D. Ander- son, B. Vernon, J. Shackleton, J. Sly, J. Kramer, R. Sparks. Third Row: D. Fleming, P. Peterson, P. Nebel, R. Joyce, C. Quinn, K. Kalb, J. Weishrod, J. Steinfeld. HUP Every year the shop exhibit is admired and wondered at by the members of the school who are not as talented with the carpenteris tools as the boys who take shop. On display were all such items as TV bench- es, model sailboats, doll houses, hi-fi cabi- nets, tool boxes, movie projector cabinets, and radio cabinets. However, no special previous experience is necessary to take shop. Under the able instruction of Mr. Straub, boys who have never done any work of this sort before learn enough in a few weeks to start projects. SCIENCE CLUB The Science Club offers a wonderfu opportunity for those students interested il science to experiment and work on a projec with the benefit of able instruction from Mr Crichton and Mr. Hutt. Even the most prodi gious schemes in the Biological, Chemical and Physical Sciences can be handled in tht well-equipped laboratory. Although there iq none of the pressure of dead-lines or the uglj connotation of homework, members are en couraged to follow a logical procedure ant to work towards a goal from which a con clusion may be derived. As an additional in centive, the Annual Delaware State Scienc4 Fair spurs on students who diligently pre pare exhibits for the competition. Everyone who participates in this activity realizes wha a great deal can be accomplished. Scienct Club is not only fun, but also helpful, it car suggest new areas for study in college. Mr. Straub, R. Urmston, R. Gamble, H. Reeves, W. Wright, B. Cornwall, B Stevenson, A. Jones. CU A 4 , lr X X I Samuel P. Foster '43 Elizabeth P. Pearce '43 Kenneth S. Mowlds, Jr. '43 Thomas C. Woodward '43 Gilbert T. Brown '44 Elizabeth J. Preston '44 Mary Emma M. Wagner '44 Phi Beta Kappa Edward C. Plumstead '44 Elizabeth A. Garrigues '45 Phi Beta Kappa William H. Jamieson '45 Robert K. Lindell '45 Peter M. G. Harris '46 Charles L. Sweeney, Jr. '46 Barbara N. Allison '46 Robert G. J ahn '47 Marion W. Evans '47 Barbara W. MacKenzie '47 Robert W. Woodhouse '47 Julie B. Dent '48 Anne S. Smith '48 John A. Sweeney '48 Kathryn W. Watkins '48 Marilyn M. Woodhouse '49 Charles Warner, III '49 Lawrence C. Morris, Jr. '49 Mary Tayloe Souther Harry E. Algard, Jr. Cecile M. Buckles Robert G. DeGroat William L. Wild Malcolm C. Coates W. Brooke Stabler Phi Beta Kappa Howard E. Yule Phi Beta Kappa Ernest C. Savage, Jr. MEMBERS IN COURSE John E. Oliphant '50 Caroly Y. McRae '50 Margaret H. Hodges '51 Emily E. Baxter '51 Phi Beta Kappa Barbara J. Hunter '51 Harry J. Haon '52 Isabel A. Lockwood '52 David F. duPont '52 Charles R. Ellis '53 Judith M. Green '53 Sandra C. J ellinghaus '53 Gail Landy '53 John P. Lorand '54 Benjamin D. Day '54 Dorothy E. Maney '54 Carol C. Williams '55 E. Brooke Bryan '55 W. Thompson Lawrence '55 Crawford H. Greenwalt, Jr. '55 Lindsey A. Cairns '55 Dorothy A. Ott '55 Robert H. Richarde, III '55 Mary duB. Henry '56 Robert C. Mosbrook '56 Carol A. McGrew Michele W. Freed '56 CHARTER MEMBERS I. Mikell Evans '56 Lenna L. Watts '56 Joan L. Clough '57 William W. Beck, Jr. '57 Edward L. Cussler, Jr. '57 Elizabeth D. Hentschel '57 Norman K. Jellinghaus '57 Walter S. Rowland '57 Laurence H. Beck '58 William S. Robertson, III '58 Arthur G. Webster, III '58 Carolyn B. Lewis '58 Cynthia K. Lewis '58 C. Erik Olson '58 Henry G. Law '58 Nancy C. Schroeder '58 Jefferson B. Hill '59 E. Scott Kirkpatrick '59 Randolph Barton, Jr. '59 S. Hope Handloff '59 Richard E. Kinsinger '59 H. Eric Wanner '59 Margaret W. Day '60 Wendy G. Clough '60 Mary Kay Theobald '60 Julia M. Jones Phi Beta Kappa HONORARY MEMBERS AFFILIATED Carolyn S. Thelander '47 Robert A. Thayer '52 Knut H. Lykke '57 H. Konrad Schurmann '59 Herbert W. Oviat, Jr. Harold Palmer, Jr. Phi Beta Kappa Anne P. Smith First Row: C. Nichols, B. Pearson, M. Wilcox, L. Smith, C. Pechin, L. Cronin, L. Morgan, D. Bye, R. Hechert. Second Row: l' Evans, B. Rosenberg, A. Benedict, M. Brandt, J. Abernathy, R. Williams, C. Pierson, F. Dillon, M. Repman. Third Row: J. Neff, l Smith, S. Rinard, K. Blatz, S. Beck, M. McGrew, P. Reynolds, I. du Pont. I. Poppy, S. Weickert. SOCIAL SERVICE COMMITTEE This year the Social Service Committee, ably head- ed by chairman Lise Cronin, has again done a fine job in its numerous activities which occur during the school year. One of the largest committees in the school, it had many duties to perform in order to keep the reputation it had earned. As usual, the main activity was the Pledge Drive, which was extremely successful due to the co-operation of the students and the hard work of the Pledge Drive members. Along with numerous drives such as the Orange 90 Drive, was the job of caring for our Korean war orphan Park Och Ja. As usual Christmas presents were sei to her, and students were asked to write her letters. Tl letters received from her were read to the student bod' Near the end of the year there was a Gardenia Daj The proceeds from this went to some worthy organiz tions chosen by the committee. Under the guidance of Mrs. Morton, the faculty at visor, the Social Service Committee worked all year d voting itself to the aiding of the community financiall First Row, Left to Right: Z. Smith, J. Lockwood, M. K. Theobald, R. Dobbs. H. Johnson, C. Rexford, P. Bird. Second Row: R. Rog- ers, J. Feldman, C. Bussard, J. Mann, L. Lowdon, L. Loeffler, R. Stevenson. Third Row: S. Robertson, R. Strickland, R. Cussler, L. Cooper, R. Felix, R. Bird. DANCE COMMITTEE Each year one of the main duties of the Dance Com- mittee is to put on the Christmas dance. This year the Dance Committee really exerted themselves in present- ing an outstanding dance. They started by building the props a month before the dance was scheduled, and by the Wednesday' before the dance, everything was in readi- ness except for setting it up. Because there was only time after school for the setting up, on Thursday and Friday nights every committee member was busily em- ployed in rushing around trying to get everything as- sembled. This Christmas dance was one of the best ever held at Tower Hill. The refreshments were excellent, part of them being some orange ice purchased from the senior class, which had stored it since their J.P. The decorations, although not exactly Christmasy, were outstanding in their artistic design and effectiveness. The before un- known band turned out to be a bonanza of excellent musi- cal variety. Besides the function of putting on the Christmas dance, the Dance Committee helps to coordinate the other school dances and advises the other classes on bands, decorations and refreshments. The Dance Committee would like to thank Mr. Bal- lard for his unselfish help and advice. 9l Left to Right, First Row: C. Cairns, J. Steinfeld, co-chairman, J. Kramer, D. Wood. Second Row: A. Cadot, J. Evans, J. Flaherty, R. Foster. Absent: T. Smith, oo-chairman. SAFETY COMMITTEE For the second year in a row the Safety Committee, under the able supervision of our faculty advisor Mr. Wild, has helped to insure an accident-free year at Tower Hill. Neither of the two sections into which the committee is divided, however, feels that it can relax its vigil for even a moment. Hall Safety, in addition to its other re- sponsibilities, has distributed many posters, pamphlets, and circulars. Outside Safety has not only supervised the early morning traffic problem but also has checked all of the 92 fire exits during drills. Both of these sub-committees feel however, that the student body tends to ignore many 0 the basic rules of safety and common sense. Outside of school, the committee participated in th Sixth Annual Youth Conference on Traffic, which is hel1 at Dover. The five delegates returned with much helpfu information which we hope to pass on to the Uppe School. Through these efforts we hope to make Towe Hill one of the safest schools in Delaware. CHAPEL A D ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE At the beginning of the year the Chapel and Assembly Committee met with Mr. Stab- ler and Mr. Coates to discuss chapels and assemblies. Although these two gentlemen did most of the planning for the services and as- semblies, those on the committee offered con- structive suggestions. especially in matters pertaining to Chapel services. For instance, this year, through the com- mitteeis work there has been student partici- pation in the services. Some of the assemblies suggested have proved most worthwhile. Committee members have received several suggestions for the im- provement of the existing program which have been used to advantage. Left to Rlighl. Firxr Row: A. Jones, j. Perkins, T. Lopez. Second Row. H. Abernathy, ,l. Smith. GREE KEY The Green Key is a small committee of 15 members which performs various duties around the school. The mem- bers are responsible for making signs around the school to aid visitors during athletic events and to guide guests around the school. The committee is also in charge of arranging rides for students to away games. Every three years the Green Kev shall send out to visiting teams maps of Wil- mington and the vicinity. Another activity of the Green Key is to serve refreshments to the boys, teams at home football games. At the Friends game at halftime, the members helped Mrs. Strom set-up and serve refreshments to the 1,000 spectators. With Miss O'Neill as the faculty advisor, it is hoped that the Green Key will take hold and become a strong and important part of school life. First Row: R. McCoy, P. Mendolia, M. Kay. Second Row: .l. Fairman, K. Kay, chairman. Third Row: G. Rowlett. M. Gummey, P. Theisen. Fourth Row: L. Irwin, B. Campbell. J. Bailey, E. Griggs. 93 Sitting, Left to Right: R. Cussler, L. Lowdon, H. .lohnson, chairman, K. Kay. Standing: J. Steinfeld, C. Pechin, J. Lockwood, W. Mullis, D. Ness, M. Flem- ing, T. Smith. LIBRARY COMMITTEE The Library Committee, non-existant be- fore 1957, has made much progress. The main functions that its members perform are to change the exhibits and bulletin boards in the library, to assist Mrs. Wright by replac- ing her at the desk during free periods, and most important, to put on the annual Book Fair. This year, using a theme of Medieval times, the committee put much Work into the decoration and arrangement of the exhibit. The members of the committee arranged a tea for the parents and faculty. Some baked cookies for this tea which was held in the Library. A profit of two hundred dollars was the committee's commission for the sale of the books. This money will be used to help im- prove our 14,000 volume library. 94 ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIO The Athletic Association, which is corr posed of the captains of the eleven varsit sports, met for the first time, informally, tt elect a chairman. Helen Johnson, captain 0 the hockey team, was elected to head the com mittee. The other members are as follows John Steinfeld - Cross Country and Baseball Jack Lockwood - Tennis, Bill Mullis ana Dave Ness - Football, Mickey Fleming - Track, Chris Pechin and Tom Smith - Wrestling, Richie Cussler - Basketball, Lindt Lowdon - Cheerleading, and Kathy Kay - Basketball. The committee assumed a new responsi bility this year in addition to its usual func tions. Normally it approves all letters that art awarded in varsity athletics and nominates tht candidates for Green and White captains. Thi: year the association will choose the cheerlead ers for the following year. This decision wa: approved because the faculty felt that tht cheerleaders should be chosen by a group rep resentative of the student body. With the addition of this function, the Athletic Asso ciation is becoming a more prominent commit tee in the school. Left to Right: L. Brown, M. Weir, M. Mees, chairman, K. Ward, M. Burrows PROJECTIO l COMMITTEE The Projection Committee has been working in a new closet this year. lVlr. Foren- ski put a door where there had been a venti- lator, and made us new headquarters. Hence- forth, we will be able to roll the projector out of the wall ofthe auditorium. The committee has been experimenting with a new training program. Rather than being taught in class, each candidate was giv- en a manual of instructions. He was to study this at his leisure, and present himself for ex- amination when ready. By mid-term none of the members had done so. It is hoped that the program will prove effective. The new equipment. a Bell and Howell 16mm. sound projector and an automatic First Row, Left to Right: R. Coldsborough, R. Urmston, C. Paul, chairman, P. Bours, D. Yelton. Sefond Row: D. Brearley, B. Vernon, R. Gamble, B. Iornwall. LOST AND FOUN COMMITTEE The Lost and Found Committee, the smallest of Tower Hillis many committees, has one big function, and that is to help poor Johnny find his lost mitten or sneaker. Under the supervision of Mrs. Milus, the faculty ad- visor, the committee helps Johnny by display- ing lost articles in the hall just before Home and School Meetings where his mother can hunt for his lost article if it has not yet been located. The committee also sends named ar- ticles back to its owner. If there are unnamed articles left at the end of the year, they are auctioned off in the faculty lounge. The pro- ceeds are given to the Social Service Commit- tee. slide projector, along with an adequate train- ing program, should improve the projection service at Tower Hill appreciably. First Row: S. Speakman, chairman, S. Stager. Second Row: H. Moss, D. Metzger. 95 Absent, Left to Right: President Beady-Eyes and followers. PIES SYNDICATED Spying is an interesting and often profitable hobby. By popular demand, a Tower Hill spying chapter was recently organized by co-chairmen Linde Lowdon and Sydney Robertson. The committee set up its constitution with three easy-to-follow basic rules which stated that the members must spy at least once a weekend, must leave their own shades open at all times, and must not become angered when beaten at their own game. The committee also set up several achievement tests for merit badges which the spyers set to earning immediately. The badges are as follows: Fence Jumper, Sleuthfoot, Honor- able Window Gazer, and High Exalted Second Story Man. Some of the requirements are 40-20 vision, cat-eyes that don't glow in the dark, the knack of hyperbole, an inexhaustible supply of bones for unfriendly dogs, and superb coordination for jumping ditches, picket fences, creeks and clotheslines. This year's starting line-up consisted mostly of graduating Seniors, however, next year's prospect is bright with such up-and-coming Pinkerton men as Gale Pierson and Ruthie Williams. One of their projects will be to publicize a map and instructions on how, where and when to spy on the best places in town. This will be supplemented by a weekly periodical of reports from the weekend before, and hints on coming events. T.H.T. .T.D. The Tower Hill Tensile Strength Testi Department, a long unsung committee, fina received well-deserved formal recognition t year when it was honored in a splendidly writ1 Dial article. Every day faithful tensile streng testers strive for new limits of fabric endurar while the male panel of judges composed Upper School boys and corrupted eighth gra boys pass judgment. The THTSTD should congratulated on its undaunted courage a perserverance which has inspired it to nevi failing and unflagging operation in spite occasional administration suppression. ln gf eral the skirts have continued to become p1 gressively tighter as the department's engine- ing skills and other things have develope However, since the THTSTD believes that d cretion is the better part of valor, it vigorous protested and prosecuted a ninth grade facti that deviated from the original goals by testii unacceptable short kilts rather than the regu tion skirts. The Upper School boys cannot exprc their appreciation fully enough for the work the Tower Hill Tensile Strength Testing Depa' ment. Radiator Row will remain forev hallowed by the testing of this yearls we equipped committee. 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L " " 5' If Yr 4 li 5 "' 'Vat'-F. 1.3.3.3 - . .,.'1..1....sf.','5,sg..'- ,:',i. 13 4 1. fk"..f.a -Q in f J 1 ' " 'U' 55. 17 .-me 2.-...inf QLfs-.wr--I..-fr'.-'mlabs -1 I M I ' ' ' ' if 3- ' K Ji." :ffl A Hfrflillffila. ifiilif ' 2-':.M'3f:if:.....4'. - ' VARSITY FOOTBALL Q .M ' .ld J - ,...x3.... u --2v--1e- 1 1 A ' WW 'T "-4 5'--. gi'-cl .:.:. t ,, 2- t ' 2 . W T' 3 19 y Higf t fi 21 717811 Top Row, Left to Right: D. Wood, J. Straub, G. Bussard, B. Muliis, R. Felix, J. Krewatch, J. Charamella, C. Pechin, D. Rogers. Bottom Row, Left to Right: R. Cussler, W. Lowthian, T. Collison, J. Armistead, C. Smith, P. Bours, D. Ness, P. Hentschel. UNDEFEATED SEASON Tower Hill's 1959 football machine roared through a thrill packed season without a scar. With only five returning lettermen the future looked glum at the start of the season. However. the team worked diligently, preparing for th' opener. The Hillers opened against Chestnut Hill and walked away with a 28-0 victory. Tower met Sanford next with reveng in their eyes. The Hillers, not forgetting the upset of '58, were determined not to leave the field defeated and so thumpe4 Sanford 26-8. The next week Tower rolled over a weak Germantown Friends team 32-0. St. Andrews almost proved to be Toweris nemesis. Down at the half by a score of 12-8, the Hillers had their worl cut out for them. Adding to the dilemma, Fitchett of St. Andrews ran the first play of the second half 98 yards for 4 T.D. However, the Hillers did not panic but returned with new life and scored two touchdowns to put them ahead. Afte the dust cleared, each team had scored four touchdowns, but Tower had converted all her extra-points making the scor 82-24. Tower ran her streak to 11 by beating Hun School 28-0. The following week Tower clinched the conference tie bj beating Archmere 38-12. The Hillers furthered their winning streak to 13 as they defeated Swarthmore J.V. 42-12. Thirteens were Wild going into the annual Friends, struggle. Friends burst into a 6-0 lead early in the first quarter However, the Hillers immediately bounced back to obtain a 16-6 lead at the half. One of the most sensational runs of th year came as Gordon Bussard ran the second half kick-off hack 80 yards. As the game moved on, Tower pulled steadilj ahead with the score terminating at 28-18. The Hillers had finished a sensational, surprising, and satisfying, undefeatee 1959 season. 98 Perhaps the most under-rated members of the Tower Hill football team are its fabulous coaches. Mr. DeGroat, with his staff including Baird Brittingham, Mr. Hughes, Mr. Wild, and Mr. Lagarde, has produced three undefeated teams in the last four seasons. The only recognition that this fine staff has received is that of coaching the Blue squad in the 1959 Annual All- Star game. ln this game, Mr. Dee again displayed his superior ability as the Blue team triumphed, 7-0. COACHES Mr. DeGroat Assisting Mr. Dee as line coach is "Simon Lagreev Baird Brittingham, who proves every year that technique compensates for size by teaching 150-pounders to handle 200-pounders with ease. Also aiding Mr. Dee are Mr. Hughes, the phe- nomenal pass defenderg Mr. Wild, the man with the tapeg and Mr. Lagarde, the coach of the JV team. Without these fine specialists, Tow- er Hill would not have the football prestige it has. The school as well as the team members are truly grateful for the time well spent in producing magnificent teams. Mr. Brittingham, Mr. Lagarde, Mr. Wild, and Hughes 99 DAVE WOOD Guard JEFF ARMISTEAD Guard RICHIE CUSSLER DICK ROGERS End Guard PETE HENTSCHEL DAVE NESS End Tackle fCo-Capt.J WALT LOWTHIAN JIMER KREWATCH Guard End TERRY COLLISON CHRIS PECHIN Tackle Halfback BILL MULLIS GORDON BUSSARD Quarterback CCO-Capt? Fullback CRAIG SMITH PETE BOURS Center Guard .IIM STRAUB Halfback RON FELIX Halfback JEBBY CHARAMELLA Fullback Bottom Row, Left to Right: D. Fleming, B. Gamble, J. Feldman, R. Urmston, W. Smith, M. Travers, R. Coldsborogh, P. Schroeder, J. Weisbrod, B. Foster. Top Row, Left to Right: M. MacDougal, D. Yelton, J. Abernathy, K. Hinsley, B. Vernon, H. Moss, R. Kingery, H. Reeves, J. Flaherty, C. Arrington, A. Jones, A. Cadot. JU IOR VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES T.H.-St. Andrews ....., ..... 0 -35 T.H.--Archmere ..... ...... 6 - 6 T.H.-Sanford . ,,,,, 8- 0 T.H.-Friends ...,.. ....... 2 0-14 l02 The Tower Hill Junior Varsity football team had a respect- able season with a 2-1-l record. The only defeat was incurred by an oversized St. Andrewis team. However, despite the over- whelming odds, the J.V.'s held St. Andrews to a 6-0 lead at half-time. Later, unfortunately, St. Andrew's size enabled them to topple Tower 35-0. Tower fought Archmere to a 6-6 tie in their only split decision of the season. The two astounding vic- tories were at the expense of Sanford and Friends. Sanford, the first game of the season, was played on a sweltering Indian summer day. Tower, in better condition, smashed the Sanford defenses to the tune of 8-0. Later in the season the spirited Hillers were -guests of Friends, however, Tower was not well mannered as they dumped the hosts by a close score of 20-14-. Led by the coaches, Mr. Lagarde and Mr. Hughes, the Junior Varsity looks forward to another successful year ir 1960. First Row, Left to Right: D. Patterson, eo-captain, H. Roosevelt, eo-captain. Second Row: F. Travers, C. Bayard, Davis, J Simmons, D. Nobel, R. Reeves, T. Coulson, J. Wheelock, B. Shackleton, R. Keteham. Third Row: T. McLain, F. LuMotte, B. Hitch P. Perry, T. Truesdale, J. Bclezza, C. Coulson, P. Larson, D. Cain, B. Geddes, B. Silliman. 130-LB. FOOTBALL 100-LB. FOOTBALL First Row, Left to Right: H. Scott, G. Hughes, R. Taylor, C. Dougherty, E. Yelton, J. Wilson, T. Valk, J. McKay, J. Tepe. Second Row: R. dellralf. manager, J. Marvel, C. Laird, M. Wanner, A. Wise, P. Sharpless, J. Dawson, T. Coulson,J. McDevitt. I03 1 Kneeling, Left to Right: J. Kramer, J. Steinfeld, R. Stevenson. Standing, Left to Right: C. Cairns, R. Stevenson, M. Fleming, R. Joyce. CROSS COUNTRY The Tower Hill Cross Country team of 1959 has been the most successful team ever. The team with hard runners such as Roger Steven- son, Rich Stevenson and John Steinfeld compiled a record-breaking number of victories. In previous seasons the Tower harriers have not been the "avant gardesv but this year, they have smashed two of their t opponents and defeated four other teams in the state meet. Although Mr. Oviattis runners suffered multiple defeats, their dauntless spirit was unbroken. The first decisive victory was at the expense of the William Penn Colonials. Inspired by their surprising victory: the Hillers fur- thered their winning streak by scalping the Claymont Indians the fol- lowing week. The Hillers entered the state meet and surprisingly dumped A. I. duPont, Sallies, Claymont, and Wilmington High. The Stevenson duet later in the season furthered Tower's prestige by obtaining reputable thirteenth and eighth places in the state meet. With Mickey Fleming as captain and all but two returning lettermen, next year should be still better than this was. Mr. Oviatt and John Steinfeld IO4 in JIKQKQ .av A tiff l Q' i, ,ix xx W' XKQ r ' aw 4 W.. MX R H Bottom Row, left to right: J. Abernathy, manager, J. Bailey, T. Colt, H. Johnson, C. Nichols, L. Morgan N Evans manager Top Row, left to right: G. Pierson, M. Gummey, M. K. Theobald, S. Robertson, P. Theisen, N. Smith, L. Lowdon J Falrman VARSITY HOCKEY This year the Varsity team completed its most successful season in recent years, compiling an eight and one record. The girls started the season off by squeezing out the first game over Lancaster 2-1. Next Ellis, Swedesboro, and Brandywine we1'e swamped by the scores of 3-0, 5-2, and 7-0 respect- ively. The next game which was undoubtedly one of the hardest was against previously undefeated lVlt. Pleasant. They tumbled before the Hillers 4-0. Against Claymont Captain Helen Johnson sparked the team on to victory by making the first goal and was followed by Theisen and Nichols, making the score a crushing 6-0. Due to the excellent trapping by the goalie, Mary Kay Theobald, the team was able to edge out a strong Friends team by the score of 2-1. With the season drawing to a close, the girls, still undefeated, fought hard in the closing minutes and defeated Tatnall 3-0. ln the last game, how- ever, the team faltered and was defeated by Westown 1-0. For the first time, a Tower Hill AFS student made the Varsity. Nobie Smith, the left halfback did an excellent job of holding the defense together. Special credit also goes to Helen Johnson, the stonewall center-halfback captain and to Pam Theisen, high scoring forward. The team also thanks Miss O'Neill for invaluable coaching and Nora Evans and Janet Abernathy for excellent management. IO6 Theisen ..... Nichols ,..,. Morgan ..., Colt .....,,., Johnson --. Tower Hill Opponents VARSITY HOCKEY Sydney Robertson Pam Theisen Tricia Colt Nobie Smitl' Miss O'Neill and Helen Johnson Meg Cummev Gale Pierson .lane Bailey Lynn Morgan Linde Lowdon Mary Kay Theobald Carolyn Nichols .loan Fairman First Row: T. Hoopes, P. Copley, S. Beck, W. Clough, Capt., F. Dillon, I. du Pont, S. Speakman. Second Row: B. Dawson, D. Bye, N Hubbard, G. Rowlett, R. Williams, L. Irwin, L. Smith, E. Wise. Absent: D. Metzger, J. Neff. JU IOR VARSITY HOCKEY Wendy Clough and Miss O'Neill. l08 This year's J.V. hockey team ended a very successful season witl seven wins, one tie, and one loss. The squad consisted of four seniors three juniors, three sophomores, and six freshmen, a fine group of potential Varsity players. The opening game with Lancaster resulted in a 0-0 tie. The nex victims of the J.V. were Ellis, Swedesboro, and Brandywine. The follow ing two games with Mt. Pleasant, and Claymont were both won, 1-0 The J.V.'s winning streak was curtailed by a strong Friends team. Aftet receiving their only defeat, 3-0, their spirit was by no means dampenec as they went on to beat Tatnall. The last game of the season resulted il a win over Westtown. Westtown scored first but Deedee Metzger ana Faith Dillon retaliated, with one goal each. The commendable record was due to the team's co-operation ant determination. They improved steadily in skill under the capable lead ership of their captain, Wendy Clough, and with the expert coachin, of Miss O'Neill, the I.V. displayed excellent teamwork throughout th entire season. 3 fi 1 5 E ,AJ W wmmmmr 1 I 3 wmmib ?ggQQS3g!55i 3 qiywfmiiy, ii, If 'iiir 'Es iwiw hi , X m.wm,, , WW? gf? ' ar-lui' 51-rf-. .iff ISFTORS X R vs gs uhh . Sv i vw dk 9? ki . x na 1 QS iw! 3 x 'T U ll ii E' is A Mg TOTALSM ' r wif N . I . 2' SQ if ,M Qfrjgvf as-gig- 'Q-l"X 1 U J x S is M ,.1'iv',,,lmh:' bgi' 7 , i1-..e. ' wry 'IB' Left to Right: P. Theissen, F. Dillon. C. Nichols. LV. CHEERLEADERS NHDGET HEERLEADERS Left to Right. B. Llvlngston, M. Bours. C. Hannum, B. Theisen. M First Row, Left to Right: D. Anderson, J. Evans, D. Brearley, M, Acken, N. Wright. First Row, Left to Right: R. McCoy, P. Mendolia, L. Guthrie. Second Row: C. Maddock, M. Conner, M. Bran-dt, P. Goebel. Thir Row: C. Lee, P. Smith, A. Stroud, P. Reynolds, R. Hacks-rt, P. Paul, C. Rexford. Absent: M. Day, L. Cronin, M. Mees, K. Lowndes M. Craven. Y RE ' ivi ' NW X x, X Xi SQ Q X X , f 5 Sz -'Q o at-l'm. A2555 ..,., ll, ,C fun.. f...A, ilffl .Ill Q .ff - gp, 3 D v u Left to Right: J. Kramer, J. Krewatch, C. Cairns, B. Mullis, R. Cussler, J. Lockwood, R. Felix, J. Straub, M. Fleming, G. Bussard VARSITY BASKETBALL Tower Hill's basketball squad marched to an 8-7 season this year led by Coach Hughes and captain "lVlunchie,, Cussler. Although the Hillers were an extremely young team, they performed exceptionally well, capturing a second place in the Quindependent League only being nosed out by Friends. They placed one teammate, "Mouthy', Mullis, on the first All-Quindependent team and two, HlVlunchie" Cuss- ler and 'iChucker" Kramer, on the second team. ln the first game of the season Tower started its proverbial Tuesday blues. The Unionville forces surprised the Hillers with a 57-41 setback. Enraged to a fiery pitch the Hillers retaliated with a 59-38 victory over Germantown Friends. Tower's next two games proved to irritate Coach Hughes' ulcers. However, the Hillers scraped through with two victories, each with only one point to spare. The second of these victories gave Tower Hill its first quindependent victory. Trailing by five points at half-time, the team was sparked to a 44-43 win over Archmere by the fans. Tower's Tuesday blues emerged again when Tower blew a 13 point lead as they lost to Sanford by 52-47. The following Friday H4 a spirited Tower team was set back 44-41 by Friends, al though Tower was leading up u.ntil the last few minutes Tower bounced back by defeating Westtown 66-56.. Tower then journeyed to Chestnut Hill where it con tinued its Tuesday jinx. The next encounter was against z rough Claymont team. Both Mullis and Cussler fouled ou' as Tower dropped the game 57-55. Probably Tower's proudest victory was over Friends as the Hillers out-hustled and out-shot the blue team witl a 62-55 victory. Ron Felix led the scoring with 17 points. Tower lost its chances to capture the Quindependent crown as it lost to a Brennan-powered Sanford team 68-62. Tower ended the season in a streak of glory as they defeated Arch- mere and St. Andrew's respectively. The future years oi basketball at Tower Hill look promising. With only three seniors graduating, the future teams will be experienced. The four upcoming Sophomores were probably the- best shots on the team. Thus, with the fabulous coaching of Mr. Hughes and the experienced ball players, Tower has much to look forward to in the following years. STATISTICS PLAYER TOTAL PTS. AVERAGE Mullis 2 1 7 141.5 Felix 162 10.8 Kramer 150 10. Cussler 1 26 8.4 Bussard 70 4.6 Krewatch 48 3.7 Straub 29 2,5 Lockwood 4 Fleming 2 Caims 3 1.3 .6 Unlonvllle ..,....., w,,,,, Germantown ..... Church Farms ....,. Archmere ....... Sanford ...... Frlends ......,... ,,,,,, Westtown ...........,, -,-,,, Chestnut Hill ........ ...,.,. Claymont .,,.,..,,. ....-. St. Andrews ...,.. Hun ....,......,... .,..., Friends ...... Sanford ....., Archmere .....,. St. Andrews ...... .,..... Opp. Mr. Hughes and Richie Cussler Standing, Left to Right: N. Wright, B. Vernon, R. Goldsborough, D. Fleming, H. Moss, B. Bird, J. Evans, B. Foster, K. Hinsley A Cadot. Kneeling, Left to Right: J. Flaherty, J. Skelly, H. Abernathy, P. Bours, R. Urmston. Mr. Kallfelz I I 6 J .V. BASKETBALL The Junior Varsity Basketball team ended their season with a winning record. The inexperienced team, composed largely of freshmen, regard their 8-7 record with more than some degree of satisfaction. ln the confusion of the first practices, Coach Kallfelz realized that molding a team from these boys would present a definite challenge. However, after pre-season scrirnmages with Bayard and Brandywine, a team had been formed and was awaiting enthusi- astically their first game with Unionville. An experimental starting team of Freshmen Jim Skelly, Jay Flaherty, and Sophomores Pete Bours, Randy Urmston, and Hank Abernathy was chosen. This starting team was to remain basically unchanged throughout the season. Because of the experimental nature of the team, many other promising players also saw action. The boys-Spud Moss, Bruce Vernon, Norris Wright, Andy Cadot, and Bob Foster-were to become valuable substitutes and starters in many games. Al- though the Unionville game ended in a 41-32 defeat, the team was determined to Win, and did in their next encounter with German- town Friends 23-l8. They followed this up with a victory over Church Farms 30-21. Although they were then defeated by Arch- mere, they snapped back to beat Sanford 33-32. Two defeats at the hands of Friends and Westtown followed, but Tower Hill then defeated Chestnut Hill 37-28. Their last and highest scoring game was a victory over Saint Andrews 49-36. This was also the last game for Coach Mr. Kallfelz, who is retiring from J.V. coaching because of a busy schedule. S Kneeling, Left to Right: B. Hardy, D. Patterson, A. Wise, H. Roosevelt, P. Perry, J. Bellezza. Standing: Bulger, B. Geddes, R. Dickson, T. Cronin, T. Truesdale, A. Nichols, C. Coulson. EIGHTH GRADE BASKETBALL SEVENTH GRADE BASKETBALL Kneeling, Left to Right: T. Coulson, J. Marvel, J. Dawson, R. DeCraff, M. Miller, J. McKay. Standing, L 5 Mr. Ballard, coachg T eft to Right: H. Scott manager, T. Wild, B. Shackleton, B. Silliman, T. McLean, R. Kctcham, F. LaMotte, C. Laird, Mr. Wild, coach. Standing, Left to Right: Coach Laurelli, Jed Amith, manager, J. Armistead, T. Smith, T. Collison, P. Hentschel, D. Wood, P. Peterson, C. Smith, L. Valk, managerg Coach Lagarde. Kneeling, Left to Right: A. Jones, M. MacDougall, E. Lowe, D. Yelton, W. Smith, C. Arrington, C. Pechin, J. Perkins, B. Cornwall. VARSITY WRESTLING In the fourth season of Varsity Wrestlhtg at Tower Hill, the team compiled a very commendable 5-5 record, consider- ing the stiff competition that it encountered this year. Under the excellent coaching of Mr. Laurelli and Mr. Lagarde, the wrfstlers perfected their old holds and lsrned some new ones. The coaches produced a better wrestling team than T.H. has had in any previous season. T.H.'s first match was a close 23-25 loss to Episcopal Academy. The next match, with Girard College, resulted in another loss, 38-63 in this hard fought meet, both lim Mr. Laurelli, Chris Pechin, Tom Smith, and Mr. Lagarde. Perkins and Craig Smith defeated their men IO-5 and 6-f respectively. Tower's first in-State meet, with Claymont resulted in an all-time high victory for Tower, 42-7. Travel ing to Princeton, New Jersey next, T.H. was defeated by Lawrenceville, I2-37. The outstanding matches were Aida! Jones7 and Chris Pechin's pins, and Mac MacDougall tie Upon wrestling Claymont again, T.H. scored a 32-I4 vic tory. Both Jeff Armistead and Terry Collison pinned theii opponents of the third period. Despite the good spirit tha prevailed, T.H. lost to St. Andrews 3-38 with Tommy Smitl ...Q-1, as 6 ,X 1 'Rb x 1 ' 4 3 is N bx NN X X N N . ..m..,n...-as A-H ,. f E .wif My 'Aw-9 . -- V 5 X3 aw- xi S Ex i f ' -. -""" . I--"" .1 , .A.. f k ., ' W-i ..gg,' -vp-eykggxglf 1-11 ,. an :fa , KR W' s H S RS f' Q ,E X -5, be-. 7 1 .3 bl 'fx ai 5 iw 5 i Z K 1 ,1 'I 9' 1. f. . ,::' 55 ,....-.-v--- kim f - sw- fy ,A..,MX.,.m.MN..k..MW+m...N . f ii Q X., try K V A wa, K X . , . W MN' , I ffgiq N il X X X 3 A .- ,fm wx nj 1 as , ,, K Xp Q . I , .k:. ' E I- 449' g il iw M , X., , Q-' ,., nfs , Q mi-x'WL..'J ,.. 'Y KVWQ 'k"" "" J- '- 5 'M LVJIV ms ,M .-J f'wl,- 'Z . X - - ,rdf -,,,:.g4Q'j- r .M .,. WW, , ,, . ffl? is , ,Aw X ai A L , 59 mugged W . Wg W 459' I 'f . 2- ' xref: ' A my W R H9 Front Row, Left to Right: M. Gamble, M. Travers, M. MacDougall, E. Low, D. Brearley, C. Arrington, J. Weisbrod, B. Cornwall, B. Gamble. Second Row: J. Smith, manager, D. Joyce, T. Lopez, B. Wright, J. Mann, J. Charmella, P. Schroeder, J. Feldman, J. Armistead, D. Wood, captain, L. Valk, manager, Mr. Lagarde, coach. J.V. WRESTLI G MIDGET WRESTLI G Front Row, Left to Right: G. Hughes, P. Trepanicr, C. Dougherty, E. Yelton, J. Tepe, M. Wanner, P. Taylor, T. Valk, Second Row, Left to Right: J. Sommpns, F. Travers, J. Laird, G. Sharpless, B. Hitch, B. Smith, K. St.Claire, D. Stroud. F. Sinal Sranding: H. Johnson, C. Nichols, S. Speakman, T. Colt. Kneeling: Linde Lowdon, S. Robertson, G. Rothrock, K. Kay, captaing P. Theisen, J. Bailey, L. Morgan. GIRL i BASKETBALL This yearis Varsity team, boasting a record of 9-2, son scoring the winning two point basket. The Friends ncluded eight seniors and three juniors. With seven return- game was the first setback for the Varsity, but the game was ng lettemien the squad successfully opened its season against followed by five decisive victories. Again, however, Friends Sanford Prep. Sydney Robertson took scoring honors with turned back the Hillers. The Varsity then wound up its +1 points. The girls won the next two against Penns Grove season with a 35-20 victory over Ellis. Sydney Robertson ind St. Elizabeth, the only overtime game, with Helen John- had the best eye and averaged 17.6 points per game. SUMMARY VGVSUJ' Junior Varsity Sanford ....... . 66-9 22-10 Penns Grove 58-24 25-12 St. Elizabeth 4-3-42 16-9 FfiCIldS --.-.-,,------ 33-4-5 22-19 Sanford ,,,,...,.. 38-15 21-10 Swedesboro ,..... 53-52 34-12 Lancaster ,,,,.. 51-13 29-18 Westtown ...... 45-29 17-24 Shipley ....... 54-38 16-30 Friends f...... ..........,.,..,...... 2 7-32 30-26 Ellis .,...... ...i........ - ,,,........ .... ...., 3 5 - 20 16-10 Kathy Kay and Mis O'Nei1l Varsity ......,, Opponents .. Total Points 503 Junior Varsity ,, 319 Opponents ........ 319 174- 'S 0 ai M, 1 in "f'u'i'B'lQ' 0 N fA , Am H , Yzzzh 'bnv ,::.: iii X I QW-f QQ MR. AND MRS. CLOUGH MRS. COLLISON MR.AND MR.AND MR.AND MR.AND MR.AND MR.AND MR.AND MR.AND MR.AND MR.AND MR.AND MR.AND MR.AND MR. AND MRS MRS MRS MRS. MRS MRS MRS MRS MRS MRS. MRS MRS MRS MRS e . . n PATRONS COLONIAL PACKAGE STORE EDWARD J. 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Diveris Duffy's Meat Market Galvin,s Atlantic Garrett Gewehr's Gilpin, Van Trump 81 Montgom Goldsborough Greenville Dairies Greenwood Book Shop Greenville Travel Agency Hanby, Patterson and Schwartz Hawke Co. Edward J. Henry and Son Highfield and Watkin Hotel DuPont Huber Baking Co. Jaggers ery Johnson's Pharmacy Kuhwald Contact Lenses Laird and Company Henry I. Law Lenape Inn Lincoln Camera Shop Lincoln Pharmacy MacAbee Piano Co. Mac's Service Station Mansure and Prettyman McElhinney and Kirk Humbert Michini J. A. Montgomery Motor Sport Enterprises Mullins Newark Real Estate Opportunity Center T. B. O'Toole, Inc. Pat Palandrani Penny Hill Flower Shop Peter Pan Studios Printz Roller Way Powder Mill Jo Robinson Rupert Construction Co. Secretariat Limited Shields Lumber and Coal Co Charles J. Sisofo Smoke Shope Speakman Co. Marjorie Speakman Willard Stuart Superior Sanitary Supply Travers Motor Uniform Shop Wheelocke and Co. Wilmington Sporting Goods Wilmington Sash and Door CompIe+e Insurance Service A. MONTGOMERY, INC OLympia 8-647l GROUND FLOOR-DU PONT BUILDING I0+I1 and ORANGE STS. REAL ESTATE Specialisi' in ResicIenI'iaI ProperI'y Morfgage Loans GILPIN, VAN TRUMP 81 MONTGOMERY, INC. ReaI+ors 3OI Wes+ II+I1 S+ree+ Phone OL 8-6486 Wilmingfon, Delaware ARNOLD GOLDSBOROUGH Reallor 9 Eas+ I2I'h SI'reeI Fairfax Shopping Cen+er MANSURE 8: JOHNSOW5 PRETTYMAN PHARMACY Augusline Hills Greenville, Delaware Phone OL 8-5226 Free Delivery MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR DuPonI' Building MEN'S WEAR Wilmingfon, Delaware Complimenls of WILMINGTON SPORTING GOODS, INC. I 009 Ta'I'nall S+. WilmingI'on, Delaware Phone OL 6-8642 EEWW5 5,5 . fjgifg' K J Q Q ,K Q. . .. Y, A 1 Jn Q . tif W 1 fi, 8560? CHAPPELL JEWELER THE UNUSUAL . . . as USUAL 406 Delaware Avenue ELHI EY a. KIRK MC NN uNcoLN PHARMACY I NC. Guild Prescrip+ion Op+icians I03 W. 8+h Sl. Wilminglon, Del. Phone OL 6-4862 Suife A-6 Professional Bldg. Augusline Cui-Off Phone OL 5-6I50 Wilming+on's Reliable Prescrip+ion Service Since l929 Cify and Suburban Delivery Phone OL 4-6254 HAWKE COMPANY Es+ablished l9l3 INSURANCE-SURETY BONDS Wilmingron Trusl' Building Wilmingfon, Delaware THE SMOKE SHOP .WILLHNU H 129127175 EIGHT THIRTY ONE MARKET STREET l620 Delaware Ave- WILMINGTON DELAWARE Across From -lille Railroad S+a+ion Silversmirhs Jewelers PHONE OL 2-9409 LINCOLN CAMERA SHOP Delaware Ave. and Union S+. OL 4-624l OL 4-6242 THE UNIFORM SHOP Domesfic 55 and Professional Uniforms 802 Orange S+ree'I' Wilmingfon Delaware 1.1-5 L... Coming Soon: OUR GREENVILLE BRANCH Wilminglon, Delaware CAPPEAU'S wHEELocK 8. co. AS Nea' as YOU' R I E Telephone ea s+a+e Dial OL 6-8537-OL 2-5592 OL 6-4494 Delaware Ave. at DilPon+ S+. Greenville' Del. Ferris ar1:,mi.wGIilEor:n Roads Dial WY 4-370I MARSHALL H. YEATMAN 81 SON, INC. Funeral DirecI'ors 8I9 WasI1ing+on S+ree+ """"' WiIming1'on, Delaware New Large Parking Lol' HIGHFIELD 81 WATKIN OL INSURANCE Telephone 6-83I7 OL 6-83I8 9 I 0 Wesf SI'ree+ Wilmingfon, Delaware PHONE OL 6-8I46 SUPERIOR SANITARY 81 SUPPLY CO. JaniI'or's Supplies-Sani+ary Equipmenl' "WE SEL Superior B L SUPERIOR PRODUCTS" uilding 306-308 Shipley Sf. Wilmingion, Delaware Telephone OLympia 6-0467 DIAMOND DuEEY's MEAT MARKET PRINTING co., INC. IlnC0rp0ra+edI Prin+ers-Li+hographers Fron+ ancl Orange S+s. WiIming+on, Del. Lovering Ave. and Lincoln S+. WiIming+on, Delaware Prime Meafs Fresh Poulfry We Deliver CHARLES J. SISOFO Exclusive Dress Suil' Shop Phone OL 4-5577 5 I 5 W. Four'I'h S'Iree+ ICorner of Jefferson SLI WiIming+on, Delaware WILLIAM C. BROWN ENTERPRISES WaInu+ Glen Farms New London, Pa. DEALERS IN HAY, STRAW, CORN, SMALL GRAINS "Race Horse Hay a SpeciaI+y" HAN-BY, PATTERSON at SCHWARTZ, INC. ReaII'ors IOOI Washingfon Sfreei' Wilmingion, Delaware Phone OL6-5454 il Ha-1 in Chevrolei' FRANK W. DIVER 2IOI-09 Pennsylvania Avenue WILMINGTON, DELAWARE HUMBERT MICHINI GREENVILLE TRAVEL AGENCY FORMAL DRESS SUIT SHOP "CompIe+e Travel Service" Weddlngs 6 SPGCIGIIY OL 8-3585 Evenings by Appoinfmenl' 3832 KenneH' Pike PIIOFIS OL 2-2362 WiIming'I'on 7, Delaware 608 N. Union Sfreef WiImingI'on, Delaware Complimen-I'5 of INC. B gt O Florisi' RESTAURANT 2 I6 W- Tenfh Sffeef I6I6 Delaware Avenue Wilminghw. Delaware soPHlE, JOHN, AND GEORGE Phone OL 8-4388 CONSTANTINOU CompIimen+s of MAC'S SERVICE STATION Pennsylvania Avenue and Union SI'reeI Wilminglon, Delaware Phone OL 8-9939 HENRY I. LAW Lighling Cenler Sixfh ancl Shipley S+reeI's Phone OL 5-9629 Ou+-of-+he-Ordinary Clolhes for +he Young , . S+a+ioners-Booksellers KI L 20 I 0 Pennsylvania Ave. Concord Ave. and Washingfon S+. G. E. METAL OFFICE FURNITURE 4I 5 Marlcef Sfreel' Phone OL 8-7545 R 6 up f If GREENVILLE. DEL. GREENHILL DAIRY Golden Guernsey Milk and All Dairy Producls EXTRA RICH, DELICIOUS, NUTRITIOUS 2ncI and Greenhill Ave. Phone OL 6-5493 "I I2 Years, Same Family, Same Place" Luggage and Lea+her Goods ROLL A-WAI JOUR CARES JOSHUA CONNER 81 SON a e 235-237Marke+S+. PRINTZ ROLLERWAY wnmsngwn I, Delaware "'0"Y Oak- De'- Handbags' Purses Phones SY 8-l600, SY 8-9939 Belfg, Billfoldg Special Par+y Rales OL 5-6OII JANE CHALFANT Town and Counfry Clolhes. Sporfswear and Accessories I23 Norlh High SI'ree'I' Wesf Chesfer, Pa. TRAVERS MOTORS, INC. 4+h and Ches+nu+ S'I'reeI's Phone EAs'r 8-4I24 New Casfle, Delaware SI'ocks-Mulual Funds-Bonds-Commodifies Our I-cllllies Are Available for Transaclions. Large or Small -MEMBERS- New York S+ock Exchange Chicago Board of Trade American S+ock Exchange New York Co++on Exchange Philadelphia-BaI+imcre Commodify Exchange. Inc. S+0ck Exchange New York Produce Exchange LAIRD, BISSELL, 81 MEEDS MarIce+ S+. Enhance, DuPon+ Bldg. Phone OL 8-424l Open Wednesday Evenings 7:00 +o 9:00 RUPERT CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 3400 Lancas+er Ave. Wilmingfon 99, Delaware Telephone WY 8887I E-i .. .4,, ... i Q. gif A252- 15243 .elk M, Q' gi df' gs 5, ,Z 2-iffy '31 A-n-..... iff 3 , "H'dY3' 6+h and Merkel' and Merchandise Mari' Wilminglon, Delaware PEGGY GRONIN FASHIONS, INC. The Fashion-Wise Shop for S Y F Ik mad' oung O S 9II Washing+on S+ree+ 5f,EEN"1TQQ'S5'Ef.i WILMINGTON, DELAWARE 33 N,,,+,,S+,ee+ G-OWNS . . . ACCESSORIES ELKTON- MD- COATS . . . SUITS Where QUALITY and SERVICE j'c5'?QJQ,.9e!!f vm a+ NO EXTRA COST HOTEL DUPONT Wilmin 'ron Delaware SHIELDS 9 ' LUMBER 3. GOAL OO. also Haverford, Philadelphia Phone OL 6-254I Greenville, Del. THE HOUSE THAT MUSIC BUILT N-., ., I- If ."g..ff:'f1 '5,.,.Q,f.'gfIs,: ' 2I2 Wes+ 9+h S+ree+ I QHTVIIJJZV: I HVHHTQPI I Vziul WiIming+on, Delaware Known for Serving WiImingI'on fhe Besi' in Music for More Than For+y Years HAMMOND ORGAN-PIANOS-RECORDERS STEREO BSI CWIIIGIJBQ I I DELAWARE I I COCA-COLA W9 vb MERCHANDISE MART BOTTLING co. WILMINGTON 2, DELAWARE Lancas+erancI If BaI'I'imore I5, Md. Gray Avenues A we I H Chem' Pa. PO 4-bm WILMINGTON, DELAWARE A 2 A , YZ A A NEWARK REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE CQ. GREENWOOD BOOK SHOP I A d S AII of 'Ihe New Books and Ncjwcgrliy Dleelr I'he Bes+ of Ihe Old Branch Office: Brookside Phone 4-6238 Shopping Cenfer I I0 wen 91h s+ree+ PHONES WiIm. OL 5-9686 Mid-Town Parking Cenfer Newark EN 8-8546 WILMINGTON, DELAWARE WILMINGTON SASH 81 DOOR CO. Esfablished I883 LUMBER and MILLWORK PAINTS and HARDWARE A ancI French S+ree'rs Phone OL 6-3I8I WILMINGTON, DELAWARE SECRETARIAT LIMITED I024 N. Adams SI'reeI' WiImingI'on 6, Delaware OL 4-4479 JAGGER'S ELECTRIC SERVICE 5 I 7 Jefferson Sireei' WiIming'I'on, Del. EIec+ric Mo'ror Repairs WILLIAM N. CANN, INC. Prinfers-Publishers LiI'I'1ograpI1ers - Bookbinders Phones OL 6-8I55, OL 6-8I56 WiImingI'on, DeIaware CAROUSEL Gi'F+s-Greefing Cards in Ihe MERCHANDISE MART m 1 1, WILLARD STEWART PHOTOGRAPHY Brecks Milt FI. of Brecks Phone OL 8-4062 PHILIP GARRETT Wes+ CI1es+er, Penna. Casual CIo'I'I1es for School and Campus DON GARRETT, Prop. WiImingI'on Friends, '53 Moclernize Your Living WHI1 FuII Housepower Adequaied Wiring Helps You Live BeHer ELECTRICALLY Ask Your EIec'I'ricaI ConI'racIor for a Wiring Check DELAWARE POWER 81 LIGHT COMPANY THE JUNIOR PROM WILL COST ONLY 52.50 CONVENIENT MARKET l7II Woodlawn Ave. COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND Phone OL 4-3I26 T. O. O'TOOLE, INC. Realtor Specializing in All Types of Real Es+a+e Execu+ive Sales Office HOTEL DuPONT LOBBY Phone OL 8-759I COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND OPPORTUNITY CENTER INC. H U B ER A SI1eI+erecI Workshop May We Serve You? Phone: PO 2-0300 Add SS: xoxo B ll A Bakers of TRAINING EMPLOYMENT WAGES SELF RESPECT SUNBEAM BREAD BEST WISHES CLASS OF I960 SPEAKMAN COMPANY MEMBERS DINERS AND ESQUIRE CLUB MHL ZUNCZEON DMMZ72 COCKTAILS THE POWDER Kenne'H' Pike GREENVILLE, DELAWARE Cocldail Lounge Open Conlinuously From I I:30 a.m. +o I2:30 p.m. lBanque'I' Room Available for Privafe Parfiesl Tel. OL 6-6006 for Reservafions Closed Sundays PAT PALANDRANI HAIR STYLISTS 2504 New Road, Elsmere Complimen+s of THE LENAPE INN QW 7'T gww 5 L GALVIN'S ATLANTIC SERVICE GARAGE General Auro Repairs OL 6-9373 38I6 KenneH' Piice Greenville, Del. 24 Hour Towing Service EDWARD J. HENRY 8: SON Auro Body Specialisi' Phone OL 5-7I25 2300 Wes'I' 4+h S+. WiIming'ron, Del. MOTOR SPORT ENTERPRISES Fac+ory Auihorized Dealer RENAULT, PEUGEOT, TRIUMPH Kirkwood Highway Opposi'I'e V. A. Hospi'I'aI WY 8-4237 ADVANTAGE OF MUSIC STUDY AT A MUSIC SCHOOL Associaiion Wi+I-1 Ofher Music S+udenI's Par+icipa+ion in Mon+hIy Reci+aIs Assurance of Correci Ins'rrucI'ion 803 N. Broom S+ree+ Cafalogue Upon Requesi' Phone OL 2-84I 7 . 0UR THANKS TO: The adverlisers and palrons who lhrough lheir financial supporr have done much lo bring lhis boolc lo you. Please realize lhis and Jrry lo palronize lhenn whenever possible! Mr. Fall and Mr. Price. our phorog- raphers, who are responsible for 'rhe fine pholography in 'rhis book. Mr. Oviall for his Timely advice in guiding our slall Towards successful cornplelion ol 'rhis boolc. Eddie Forenslci who in spile ol mo menls of lribulalion has always man aged +o come 'ro our rescue. PETER PAN STUDIOS PorI'raiI' and Commercial Phofography 3226 Philadelphia Pike, in Claymonf SY 8-2673 Congrarularions, Class of '6O: We Jrhanlc you for your cooperarion in our parl of making This Yearbook possible. We have enjoyed working wirh you 'ro rerain 'rhese mosi precious momenrs. May rhey bring you ever new hope, ancl renew Ihe courage and spirii of Youih. for a long happy and successful life. r DAVID AND NELLIE MAE PRICE Pho+ographers Radio . Records Television MacABEE . . . where personalized PIANO COMPANY service is a fradifion OI'YmPIa M755 2 EasI' 7I'h S+ree'I WILMINGTON, DEL. HOTEL du PONT WILMINGTON, DELAWARE CONTACT LENS TECHNICIAN Arfificial Eyes SUITE A-I0 Professional Bldg. Augus+ine Cul'-Off OL 4-6I44 Compliments of LAIRD AND COMPANY CompIimenI's of , ,. . . . . . . . . 1.32::g:g:g:-:-:-'-'--A---I+:-1-:f:::::::::::::::::,:5:2:1:!:2 -,. f.'.:.:.g. T Olll' WILMINGTON, DELAWARE Flowers From J. ELMER BEI IT AND SONS TWO STORES 30I Delaware Avenue OL 8-7339 3903 Lancasfer Avenue WY 8-330I BON ART PHOTOGRAPHERS IOur Phofographerl FINAL COMFORT MORTUARY "Once you Try us. you'II never go anywhere eIse." ASI: AIaou'I' Our Layaway Plan WE GIVE GREEN STAMPS! 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