Tunkhannock High School - Awanatunk Yearbook (Tunkhannock, PA)
- Class of 1959
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The Chichester Scrapbook of Memories is proudly
presented this year by the Class of 1959. This book
represents our years as students in Chichester High
School. We have put forth allofour efforts and endurance
to make this year and this book a success,
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Throughout our years at Chi we have re-
ceived assistance from many people. However,
we feel that one man has especially given. end-
lessly of his time and patience.
This man has been an inspiration to us, and
through his diligence, understanding, and co-
operation has helped to lighten the burdens of
our senior year.
Therefore, we are privileged to dedicate
our yearbook to a man who is more than a teach-
er. He is a friend - MR. NUGENT
To assure you that your friendship, guidance,
and unselfish attitude have not gone by unnoticed,
we, the Class of '59 take great pride in dedicfating
this page of our yearbook to you, Mrs. Patricia
K. Woerth, as a symbol ofour heartfeltappreci-
We the Senior Class of 1959, wish to thank Miss Pericles and the cafeteria
staff for the wonderful meals they have planned and served us for the past six
Miss Pericles and her staff are to be commended for the fine job they have
ulaeruiaing rin cilaa
As a member of an ever expanding family of Chichester graduates, you take
with you a significant part of our efforts, our aspirations and our knowledge.
We look with pride on your achievements, admire your loyalty and proclaim
the heritage you have helped to develop for Chichester.
Our community, state and nation will be a better place in which to live
because of the education provided for you. May you ever be grateful for these
gifts and harvest the fruits thereof in the years to come.
Congratulations and best wishes.
Edgar Ric ds
A TO THE GRADUATES OF 1959
Congratulations upon your achievement of graduating from Chichester. May
your future years beas happy as those you have spent in school. lt is my sincere
wish that you will not terminate your education at the present level.
Use the knowledge which you have gained for the benefit of yourself, your
community, and your nation.
I wish you the best of luck in all your undertakings and may your life be full
of many pleasures.
Howard K. Plummer
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Mr. James A, Mmm Q!A
As we near the end of our high school days, we wish to express our ' Q
thanks to Mr. James A. McNitt for his constant help over the years.
Because of his understanding and genuine interest in the students, we
are proud to have him as our assistant principal.
What now? The decision reached will be a reflection of your school
experiences. l hope our high school has been successful in its efforts
to assist you in developing the necessary skill to choose wisely.
Congratulations and best wishes always.
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James A. McNitt
iss Sarah Yeager, secre-
ry to Mr. Richards
Pictured on this page are the secre-
taries who aid Mr. Plummer and
Miss Patricia Staver, sec-
retary to Mr. Richards
Mrs, Doris Huddie, secre-
tary to Mr. Plummer
ANTHONY L. APICHELLA LILLIAN M. BARNETT MARION DAVIS
Mt. St. Mary's College, B, S., and Ursinus, B, S., and Temple, M. A, Beaver College, A. B.
Scranton University Health and Physical Education History
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JOSEPH DeAUGUSTlNE PEG DONDVAN
St. Vincent College, B, S. Drexel, B. S.
Ceneral Music, Choral Music, and Business Education
JOHN F. DOUCHERTY GENEVA DUNN PAUL H. EVERHART
Millersville State Teachers College, University of Maryland, B.S. Millersville State Teachers Colleg
B. S. Health and Physical Education B. S.
History and Geography Graphic Arts
npensburg State Teachers College,
IiI.SIIi M. GENO
k Haven State Teachers College,
Algebra, Plane Ceometry,
KATHRYN FORWOOD MARY M. FROST
West Chester West Chester
State Teachers College, Il, S, State Teachers College, ll, S
Algebra and General Math.
JOEY Ii. CLICK
West Chester State Teachers
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SALLY P. HAGER LELLA M. HARDY DORIS B, HECKMAN
Hollins College, A. B. MCKGHGISG Cflllege, B. S., and Cornell University, B. A.
Mathematics University of Illinois, M. S. Spanish
Chemistry and Physics
V LEON M, HOOVER JAMES HOPTON
fvllmjniversity of Pennsylvania, V. T. T. West Chester
k!'ufF.f Mechanical Drawing State Teachers College, B. S.
HARRY L.. HUTCHISON, JR.
Pennsylvania State University, B,
and University of Pennsylvania, Iv
MILTON KALICKMAN JOHN A. KAZLO
West Chester St. Joseph's College, B. S., 1
State Teachers College, B. S. West Chester
M. A. State Teachers College
and Social Studies.
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S M lerfsville tbeTeachersC ege, Bloomsburg State TeachersCollege, Albright College, B. A., and
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PATRICIA A. MCTIGUE
Seton Hill College, A. B,
English, American History,
V. BETTY MIADES
Drexel Institute, B, S
WALDEMAR C. NATRIN ROBERT D. R. NUC-ENT WARREN H. OCDEN
West Chester West Chester Swarthmore College, A. B., at
State Teachers College, B. S. State Teachers College, B, S, University of Delaware, M. A,
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Lafayette College, A. B.
Civics and United States History
sity, B, S.
and Cafeteria Directress
WILLIAM ROBERTS ROBERT B. ROLLER
Millersville State Teachers College, Penn State, B. A.
B. S. English
Sally Scherr Robert Seitz Alva N, Smith
'l'UfIS UfliVCIfSiIy, B.A. University of Pennsylvania, B. A. Lock Haven
l,atin and English English State Teachers College, ll. S,
Biology, General Science,
and Related Science
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t Chester State Teachers
Lelah B. Tabbutt Nancy S. 'l'ulio
Ohio Wesleyan University, A. B. Cedar CrestColleg,e, ll, S.
Art Bookkeeping, Shorthand,
General Business, and School Banker
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Dorothea C. Warren 1 R. Homer Weaver Patricia K. Woerth
Temple University " Geneva College, B. S. Drexel Institute, IB. S.
Business Education History and Driver Education Homemaking
Our class is proud to be the first to complete our entire high school education in this
beautiful school. We entered as wide-eyed seventh graders in September, 1953, and began at
once on a new and entirely different chapter in our lives. This impressive and expansive build-
ing would be our home away from home for the next six years. As the days slipped by, we
became accustomed to the building and no longer lost our way. Gradually, we settled down to the
routine of the school year.
Summer vacation arrived and passed. Again we returned to school, but this time as confident
eighth graders. Surprisingly, the year passed quickly, and finally we were freshmen. The
freshman year proved to be an important one because we held our first class meeting in
April, 1956, for the purpose of electing our class officers and sponsors. Mr. Robert Nugent and
Miss Nancy Abbey were elected sponsors, Walter Byrne was elected presidentg Lewis Megonigal,
vice presidentg Judith Clayton, secretaryg and Genevieve Burke, treasurer. On May 11, the
class sponsored its first dance, the "Stardust Special."
Four months later, in September, 1956, we returned as sophomores and settled down to a
hard year's work. At our first meeting, we elected Mrs. Patricia Woerth as our sponsor,
because Miss Abbey had left in June. We also decided our class colors would be ivory and
blackg our flower, the white roseg and our motto, "We build the ladder by which we climb."
Our social event of the year was the Christmas Dance, entitled "Rudolph's Rock." In April we
made the down payment on our rings. June marked the end of our sophomore year.
The first general meeting of the junior class was held in September, 1957. The long awaited
rings had arrived and when we put them on, a feeling of pride seemed to overwhelm us. To
help swellour treasury, we sold Christmas cards in November and December. The social event
of the year was the Junior-Senior Prom, "Stairway To The Stars", held on April 18. All attend-
ing spent an enjoyable evening at the prom of 1958. In June we finished our junior year, but
before we left for a summer's rest, Mr. Nugent urged us to pay our class dues.
In September, 1958, we reached our goal. We were seniors. On September 10, the "Senior
Showboat" was.held, a dance never to be forgotten. The car wash and cake bake were sponsored
by the class on the following day. Late in September, the photographer came to take our senior
pictures, and work was started on this yearbook. In October we started rehearsals for the
senior play, "Come Out Of The Closet", which was presented November 21.
In April our Junior-Senior Prom was held, and on May 8 we went on our class trip. On
June 7, Baccalaureate Services were held, and we were graduated on June 9.
Lewis Megonigal, Genevieve Burke, Judy Clayton, Walter Bryne
Mr. Nugent, Mrs, Woerth
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LV j 1 Jerry most desired possession -- hot '55
Buick .. . "Want to run it'?' . . . pet peeve -- slow
cars . . . likes hot cars . . . died from math home-
ACTIVITIES: Auto Know How 10g Intramura1-Bask-
etball II, 12p Stage Crew 12.
MARJORIE LOIS ALEXANDER
Can be found with Dolly, Jackie, Sydney, Masie,
Judy . . . most desired possession -- ability to do
math "Where do we go next, Doll?" . .. pet
peeve -- hammy actors and actresses . . . likes to
go shopping . . . died from math class.
ACTIVITIES: Art 10g May Day 103 Math Club 11g
Typing Club 11, Hockey 123 Prom Corrunittee 11,
123 Yearbook 11, 12, Dance Committee 10,11,12g
JANET RUTH ALWINE
Can be found with "The Ski Kats" . . . most
prized possession -- water skis . . . 'You do it and
l'l1 copy it" . . . pet peeve -- wasted time in
room 37 . . . likes George and Zorro . . . died from
Mr. Apichella's jokes.
ACTIVITIES: Intramural Basketball 10g Art Club
10, 11, 123 Chorus 10, 11, 125 Poster Committe
10, 11, 12. ,
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NANCY MAE BAIL My I
Can be found with Betsy, Cecilia, and Wessie . ..
most prized possession -- Wessie . . . "Well
Well" . . . pet peeve -- people who are always late
. . . likes dancing, twirling, and pizza . . . died from W ,
exposure to air conditioning.
ACTIVITIES: Variety Show 10, 115 Chorus 10,125
Candlelight Service 10, 12, Hockey Manager ll,
12g Prom Committee 11, 12g Majorettes10, 11,
12, May Day 10, 11, 12, Dance Committee 10, 11,
12, Student Council 12, Senior Play Committee.
MARTHA R. BAILIFF
Can be found at Carol 's house . . . most prized
possession -- Howard "That's the breaks'
. . . pet peeve -- intelligent people . . . likes swim-
ming and skating . . . died from Mr. Apichella's
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 10, 11g Art 10, 11: Play
Committee 123 Driver Education 12.
Can be found at the "I-li-Fi " in the music room . . .
most prized possession -- my drums .. . "Good
shot" . pet peeve -- loose drum heads. . . likes
progressive jazz and any other modern sounds . . .
died from United States History.
ACTIVITIES: Variety Show 11g Dance Band 11:
Variety Show 12: Dance Band 12: Chorus 12.
JEAN ELIZABETH BAKER
Can be found with Buck, Betty, Joanne . . . most
desired possession -- diamond ring "Hey,
guess what!" pet peeve -- two-faced people
. . . likes driving, piano, chemistry, and '54 Ply-
mouth . . . died from Veni Vidi Vici.
ACTIVITIES: MAy Day 10: Dance Committee 10g
Art 103 Gym Night 10, 11: Business Club 11:
Driver Education 12.
RAYMOND PORTER BELL JR.
Can be found at Doc's with Bugs, Virg, Frog, and
Dent most prized possession -- Big O . . .
"Adolescent" . . pet peeve -- cafeteria food
likes gym and basketball died from cold
ACTIVITIES: Band 10: Intramural 105 Gym Night
10: Basketball 10, 11, 125 Dance Committee 10, 11,
12, Prom Committee 11, 12, Cafeteria Duty 11,
125 Variety Show 12.
Can be found with 'Insigne Amicitia' most
desired possession -- Insigne Amicitia jacket. . .
"Get serious one time" pet peeve -- asking
for the car likes -- Eddie, steaks, pizzas,
pepsi . . . died from making hoagies.
ACTIVITIES: Cafeteria 10, 11, 125 Library Club
103 Nurse 123 Chorus 105 Candlelight Service 105
Gym Night 10.
Can be found at Dutt's house most desired
possession -- Dutt and my diamond . .. "Oops,
dropped something' . . . pet peeve -- Parris
Island .. . likes -- cars, Marines, and horses . . .
died from Mr. Law's Little Women.
ACTIVITIES: Gym Night 10, Poster Committee
10, Candlelight Service 10, 11, 12gSpringConcert
10, 11, 12g Art 10, 11, 12g Driver Education 125
Senior Play Committee.
Can be found with Scully, Bugs, Shark, Virge,
Mole, Snook, Ray, Obie, and Lane . . . most prized
possession -- class ring . . . "Take off, son" .. .
pet peeve -- school . . . likes -- Doc'sCorner . . .
died from the cafeteria's food.
ACTIVITIES: Basketball Manager 10, 12g Football
11, Stage Crew 12.
MARY ELLEN BOWERS
Can be found with Pat, Verna, Louise, Judy, and
Mary most prized possession -- class ring
"lt's sharp" DCI peeve -- teachers who
give too much homework . . . likes -- riding around
in Mary's car . . . died from homework.
ACTIVITIES: Library 10, Ticket Committee10,
11, 12g Newspaper 11, 12, Prom Committee 11,
12, Play Committee 12, Variety Show 12, Fund
Raising Committee 123 Driver Education 12.
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THELMA DIANE BRISCOE
Can be found with Jeff, Loretta, Carolyn, Barbara,
Helen . . . most prized possession -- Johnny and
class ring . . . "What's happening' . . . pet peeve --
people who talk too much . . . likes eating, sleeping,
and dancing . . . died from waiting for sixth period
ACTIVITIES: Baseball 10, 11, 12, Business Lead-
SANDRA E. BRYANT
Can be found with the Insigne Amicitia Sorority . . .
most prized possession -- Insigne Amicitia Jacket
. . . 'Your not kidden" .. . pet peeves -- walking
to school and brothers . . . likes going with Eddie,
hoagies, and Pepsis . . . died from Jerry's laugh.
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 10g Candlelight Service 103
Dance Committee 10, ll, 12, Sewing Club'llg
Senior Play Committee 123 Driver Education 123
Can be found with Marlyn, Sharon, Janice, Betsy
and Karen most desired possession -- '59
Chevy Convertible . . . "Guess what!" . . . pet
peeve -- Mar1yn's fast driving . . . likes parties,
dances, and movie stars . . . died from blind date.
ACTIVITIES: May Day 10, 113 Dance Committee
10, 11, 123 Chorus 11gDriverTrainingl1gCandle-
light Service llg Prom Committee ll, 125 Senior
Home Economics Club 12.
Can be found with Pudsy, Wayne, and Jack .. .
most prized possession -- my passport
"Gee 'Z' . . . pet peeve -- walking home from school
. . , likes dances and football games . . . died from
ACTIVITIES: Printing 103 Dance Committee 10,
11, 125 Typing 113 PromCommittee11g Intramural
Basketball 113 Monitor 11, 12g Senior Play 12,
Student Council 12.
BARRIE S. BUNNER
CHARLOTTE ANN BURK
Can be found with Bonnie Moerk . . . most prized
possession -- Grandmother .. . "Holy Cow' . . .
pet peeve -- boys at Chi .. . likes dances . .. died
from getting up early.
ACTIVITIES: Business Leaders Club 10, 11: May
Day 103 Intramural Basketball 103 PromCommit-
tee 12: P. T. A. Committee 123 Dance Committee
10, 11, 12.
GENEVIEVE M. BURKE
Can be found with Dot, Ann,Rita,Jean, Pat, Mary,
and Franny L. . . . most prized possession -- class
ring and my canal boats "Let's eat" . . . pet
peeve -- getting up in the morning likes --
dancing, sports, and my brother's convertible . . .
died from overeating, dieting and Schmitty's
ACTIVITIES: Hockey 10, 11, 12Q Basketball 10, 11,
12: Gymnastics 103 Student Council 103 Hall Moni-
tor 103 May Day 10, 112 Class Treasurer 10, 11,
12Q Prom Committee 11, 12: Dance Committee 12:
Cafeteria Staff 12.
GLADYS ANNE BURKE
Can be found with "The Sorority' . . . most desired
possession -- Insigne Amicitia jacket. . . "What'd
you say' . .. pet peeve -- conceited boys . . . likes
skating, parties, hoagies, and potato chips . . . died
from keeping up with Carol's fast pace.
ACTIVITIES: Candlelight Service 103 Chorus 10:
May Day 103 Business Leaders Club 11.
Can be found at the post with "Buck " and the boys
. . . most prized possession -- "Gale" "You
ought to know" . . . pet peeve -- grouchy teachers
. . . likes -- food, sports, and a girl . . . died from
too much love.
ACTIVITIES: Student Council 10, 113 Presidentof
Class 9, 10, 11, 123 School Paper: Football 10, 12.
Can be found with Judy, Chestia, Dorothy, Mazie,
Jackie . . . most desired possession -- Radios . . .
"Why" . . . pet peeve -- The Phil1iesgOldsmobiles
. . . likes sewing, cooking, dancing, and hockey . . .
died from hockey and Mr. ApicheIla's jokes.
ACTIVITIES: Cafeteria Staff ll, 12, Chorus 125
1, 123 Intramural 'Basketball 10, 11,
nittees 10, ll, 12.
C I MARIANNE COLEMAN
'Cari be found with Jean, Joan, Anne, Bonnie, and
Sandy .. . most prized possession -- organ
"That's a riot!" . . . pet peeve -- people never on
time . . . likes driving, baton twirling, music, and
Y.F.C. . . . died from physics and chemistry.
ACTIVITIES: Gym Night 10, Usherette 11, Prom
Committee 11, 123 Guide 123 Majorettes 10, ll,
12, Variety Show 10, 11, 123 Band Council 10, 11,
121 Dance Committee 10, 11,12g May Day 10, 11,
J UDITH H. CLAYTON
Can be found at the library . . . most prized
possession -- Teddy Bear 'I'm telling you'
. . . pet peeve -- conceited people . . . likes Perry
Como, History, swimming, sewing . . . died from
ACTIVITIES: Spelling Bee IO, Library Aid 10, 11,
12, Library Club 10, 113 Dance Committee10, 11,
123 Voice of Democracy Contest 11, Assembly
Committee 12, Senior Play 12g Class Secretary
10, 11, 12.
123 Senior Play Committee.
WILLIAM J. CONBOY JR.
Can be found at the golf course . . . most desired
possession -- diploma? . . . "So" . . . pet peeve --
smart teachers . . . likes study hall and dismissal
. . . died from school lunches.
ACTIVITIES: Football 10, Assembly Crew 10, 115
Yearbook 11, 12.
FAITH VICTORIA CONNOLLY
Can be found with Mrs. Woerth, Syd, Maisie,Carol
Ann, and Helen most desired possession --
sewing machine . . . "That's the way it goes' . . .
pet peeve -- 12th math homework . . .likes sewing,
reading, and food died from lack of money.
ACTIVITIES: Hall Monitor 10: Business Leaders
Club 11: Dance Committee 12: Prom Committee
ll, 12: Fashion Show 10, 11, 12: Intramural Bas-
ketball 10, ll, 12: Senior Play Committee.
Can be found with Janet, Barb, Carol, and Mary
. . . most prized possession -- a sailor. . . "Gadds"
. . . pet peeve -- weekend duty . .. likes pretzels
and pickles . . . died from lunch time indigestion.
ACTIVITIES: Newspaper ll, 125 Chorus 10,11,
12: Candlelight Service 10, ll, l2:SpringConcert
IO, ll, 12.
PATRICIA ANN DARCY
Can be found with Mary Ellen, Verna, Rose, Mary,
Pat, and Gen ... ITIOSI prized possession --driv-
er's license . . . "D0n't get excited " . . . pet peeve
-- dull pencil points . . . likes driving and money
. . . died from Schoen's truck.
ACTIVITIES: Business Leaders Club 10: Chorus
103 Candlelight Service 103 Chester Times ll, 12:
Yearbook 11, 12: Dance Committee 10, 11, 12:
Usherette 12: Senior Board of Directors: Home
Ec Club 12: Senior Play Committee.
SYDNEY EDNA DAVIES
Can be found with Faith, Carol, and Mae . .. most
desired possession -- college diploma .. . "Shav-
ing cream" . . . pet peeve -- cafeteria lunches. . .
likes food, singing, and R,R. died from Mr.
Rowe's algebra classes.
ACTIVITIES: District Chorus 10g Delaware County
Chorus ll: Prom Committee ll, 12: Dance Com-
mittee 12: "True Security Contest" 12: Chorus 10,
11, 12g Candlelight Service.10,11,l2:SpringCon-
cert 10, 11, 12: Intramural Basketball 10, 11, 12g
May Day 10, ll, 123 Variety Show 10, 11, 12'
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ELIZABETH EVAMARIE DIONNE
Can be found with Bev, Judy, and Chickie . . . most
prized possession -- Bill . .. "Oh, gee' . . . Pet
peeve -- homework likes dancing, popular
music, and cheese steaks . .. died from nightly
ACTIVITIES: Library Club 10, llg Make-upCom-
mittee 12g Home Ec Club 123 Driver Training
Course 125 Prom Committee 125 Library Aid 10,
11, 123 Dance Committee 10, ll, 12.
if JM! Nat
Can be found with David, Johnny, and Harold . . .
most desired possession -- car 'Solid Jack"
. . . pet peeve -- homework . . . likes dancing and
sports . . . died from making molds in shop.
ACTIVITIES: Wrestling 10, ll, 123 Intramural
Basketball 10, ll, 125 Stage Crew 12.
Can be found with Joan, Marianne, Sandy, Anne,
and Jean . . . most desired possession -- my col-
lege and high school diplomas . . . "Oh Beans". . .
pet peeve -- giving speeches in English .. . likes
driving, dancing, and music . . . died from alge-
bra II and chemistry.
ACTIVITIES: Gym Night 103 Commencement and
Graduation Usherette ll, Prom Committee ll, 125
Chorus ll, 12, Candlelight Service ll, 123 Spring
Concert ll, 12, Intramural Basketball 10, 11, 123
May Day 10, ll, 12g Dance Committee 10, ll, 12.
Can be found with Bev, Betty, Carol, Claire, and
Linda . . . most prized possession -- telephone
"Oh yeah! Nuts!" . . . PBI peeve -- walking home
from school Qno sidewalksj . . . likes men, art, all
kinds of music, all outdoor sports, and hoagies . . .
died from lockjaw.
ACTIVITIES: Art Club 12g Dance Committee 12,
Senior Play Committee.
SALVATORE WILLIAM FAGA
Can be found with Walt, Bill, and Barrie. . . most
prized possession -- my car pet peeve --
coming to school . . . likes geophysics class . . .
died from Puddsy's exaggerations.
ACTIVITIES: Print Shop 10g Intramural Basketball
103 Chair Committee 10g Wrestling 10, 11.
Can be found with Shirley, Judy, Betty, and at
Jerry's Diner . . . IUOSI prized possession -- class
ring . . . "I'm hungry, what's for I-unch?' . . . pet
peeve -- getting up in the morning . . .likes steaks,
Joe Niagra . . . died from filing class.
ACTIVITIES: Art Club 123 Chorus 123 Senior Play
Can be found with Pat, Mary Ellen, Rose, and
Mary . . . most desired possession -- my diploma
. . . "Oh sugar" . . . pet peeve -- people who stop
in the middle of the halls to talk likes food,
western movies, and popular songs . . . died from
ACTIVITIES: Intramural Basketball 103 Yearbook
Staff Il, 12g Dance Committee 11, 12g Fund Raising
Committee 12g Home Ec Club 12, Usherette12g
Chester Times 125 Senior Play Committee.
MARLYN E. FERRY
Can be found with Dee, Sha, Jan, and Betsy
most desired possession -- a '59 convertible
. . . "You know what happened" . . . pet peeve --
no money . . . likes parties, fast cars, and motor-
cycles . . .died from 12th Industrials and Generals.
ACTIVITIES: Typing Club 103 Cafeteria Aid 115
Prom Committee 11, 12g Dance Committee 10, 11,
123 Senior Play.
DOROTHY C. FLOWERS
Can be found with "The Insigne Amicitia Sorority'
. . . most prized possession -- that special some-
one . . . "-You 'd better believe it" .' . . pet peeve --
waiting . . . likes six-foot guys and my rings . . .
died from Uncle Bob fNugentj running into me in
ACTIVITIES: Hall Monitor 10, llg Yearbook ll,
12: Business Manager of 'The Echo" 11: Student
Council 11g Prom Committee ll, 125 May Dayllg
Home Ec Club 123 Cafeteria Staff 11, 12: Dance
Committee 10, 11, 12.
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ROBERT R. GALBUSERA
Can be found with Garry Scott . . . IIDSI prized
possession -- '58 Chevy . . . "You ain't allowed'
. . . pet peeve -- Bell's moldy shoeshine . . . likes
music . . . died from too much hard work.
ACTIVITIES: Dance Band 11: Variety Show 10, ll:
Concert Choir 10, 11: Spring Concert 10, llg
Chorus 10, 11.
DONALD W. FRY
Can be found with Weasel, Bozo, and Bugs .. .
most prized possession -- class ring . . . "Take a
bath" . . . pet peeve -- English . . .likes days off . . .
died from grass drill.
ACTIVITIES: Intramural Basketball 11, 12: Foot-
ball 10, 11, 12: Stagecrew 12.
GERALDINE M. GANSTER
Can be found with "The lnsigne Amicitia Sorority'
and Pat most prized possession -- Insigne
Amicitia jacket "Don't bother me' pet
peeve -- teacher's pets . . . likes Al, hoagies, and
parties . . . died from Sandy's and Gladys' smiling
ACTIVITIES: Business Leaders Club 103 Driver
Education 125 Dance Confmittee 10, ll, 12:Senior
JEAN MAY GARRETT
Can be found with Susie, Martha, Janet, Gen, and
Dot . . . most prized possession -- my class ring
.. . "Holy Toledo" . . . pet peeve -- people who
never do their own homework likes hoagies,
steaks, and pizzas . . . died from filing class.
ACTIVITIES: Intramural Basketball 10, News-
paper 103 Business Club 115 Home Economics 12.
JUDITH GAYLE GRADY
Can be found with Millie and the gang .. . most
prized possession -- John . . . "I'm hungry, what's
for lunch?" . . . pet peeve -- Chi soup and porcu-
pine balls . . . likes art and music . .. died from
ACTIVITIES: Intramural Basketball 103 Hall Mon-
itor 10, May Day 10, ll, 12, Candlelight Service
10, ll, 123 Choral Concert 10, 11, 12, Chorus 10,
11, 12, Art Club 10, 11, I2,PosterCommittee 10,
11, 123 Student Council Ilg Prom Committee 115
Senior Play Committee 12.
Training Club 11.
Can be found at Doc's with Virg, Shark, Frog,
Dent, Snake, Weasel, Bozo . . . most prized posses-
sion -- The Big Green . . . "Ain't allthatl' . . . pet
peeve -- metal shop teacher . . .likes to park out
B. H. B. died from Doc throwing me out.
ACTIVITIES: Gym Night 10, Intramural Basketball
10, ll, Field Crew 12.
CAROL . ANN HAMPTON
Can be found with the Sorority . .. most prized
possession -- my license . .1 "Don't get shock" . . .
pet peeve -- conceited boys likes dancing,
steaks, dark and handsome guys . . . died from try-
ing to keep up with G1ady's slow pace.
ACTIVITIES: Library Club 10, Physical Aids
Phillies . . . died from Camp Hilltop
ll, 125 Yearbook ll, 125 Echo 11.
Can be found at any trout stream . . most prlzed
possession -- fishing license . . . 'Carumba
pet peeve -- tests on Mondays . likes e
ACTIVITIES: Football 10, 11,-125 Band 10 ll 12
Student Council 10, 115 Intramural Basketball 10
BEVERLY IRENE HARRIS
Can be found with Betty, Carol, Linda, and Helen
. . . most prized possession -- class ring . . . "I
don't know" .. . pet peeve -- speeches . . . likes
hoagies, dancing, and popular records .. . died
from sixth period lunch.
ACTIVITIES: May Day 105 Intramural Basketball
105 Library Club 10, 115 Secretary of Library
Club ll- Dance Committee 125 Driver Training 125
Home Economics Club 125 Junior Board of Direc-
tors 12 Assembly 125 Play Committee 12.
LYDIA MAE HARRIS
Can be found with Faith, Jackie, Sydney, Judy, and
Scattergoods . . . most prized possession -- thirty,
second graders . . . 'Oh--you know!" . . . pet peeve
--caution signals . . . likes dancing, music, driv-
ing, and sports . . . died from sixth period lunch.
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 105 Band 10, ll, l25Candle-
light Service 10, 11, 125 Intramural Sports 10, 11,
125 Dance Committee 10, 11, 125 PromCommittee
11, 125 Yearbook ll, 12.
FRANCES ALBERTA HERMAN
Can be found with Frank and the Insigne Amicitia
Sorority . . . most prized possession -- Frank and
his dimples . . . "Don't sweat it' . . . pet peeve --
bossy people .. . likes Frank Kurek, hoagies, and
sorority parties . .. died from Mr. Apiche11a's
jokes and Miss Donovan's filing class.
ACTIVITIES: Business Leaders Club 105 Chorus
115 Candlelight Service 115 May Day ll.
GEORGE H. HILL
Can be found with Sculley, Whitby, Schnaitman, W. I
Hill, and Bolienek . .. most
hunting license 'Change it" pet peeve --
lvlr. Kalickman likes standing on the corner , ,
. . . died from cafeteria lun
ACTIVITIES: Basketball Manager 105 Prom A W
Committee llg Chair Committee I2g Prom Com-
mittee 123 Hall Monitor 12.
JOSEPH O. HIGGINS
Can be found with Tom, Frank, and George
in the halls...most prized possession -- Nan-
cie. . . "Ya ain't allowed " ...pet peeve-- being
henpecked ... likes sports cars, and dancing. , ,
died from getting kicked out of the library
ACTIVITIES: Football 10, ll, 123 Basketball IO,
Il, l2g Chorus ll, 123 Candlelight Service ll, 12.
prized possession - -
JEROME PHILLIP HILL
"R, W. Willy"
Can be found with all the gang at Doc's ..
least prized possession -- my nicknames ..
"Wanna go out, sweetheart?" pet peeve -
cold showers likes girls with big blue eyes..
died from Mr. Ogden's discipline.
ACTIVITIES: Sports Editor l0,llg Driver Ed
ucation 123 Senior Play 12.
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Can be found with Frank, Tom, George, Ollie, and diff' -
anywhere . . . most prized possession -- Hilda. . . J O xl ,
"Come on, will ya? " pet peeve -- being hen- W
pecked likes football, baseball, basketball, ' J
and homework . . . died from too much homework. ' Mya 5
ACTIVITIES: Intramural Basketball IO, I2g Dance U ' v
Committee IO, 12, Football Manager ll, 12, Chair
Committee 12, Prom Committee 12, Hall Monitor
Can be found with Legs, Ed, Sach m0St
prized possession -- '48 Ford' "lt's like
that" pet peeve -- cafeteria food likes
hunting, trapping, and cars . . . died from getting
up to go to school.
ACTIVITIES: Art Metal Club 10g Maintenance 11.
SHARON PATRICIA HOLT
Can be found with Jan, Lyn, Dee, Betsy, and
Sandy . . . most prized possession -- memories. . .
"Yeah, but . . .". . . pet peeve -- two-faced people
likes dances, parties, and new clothes
died from adolescent seniors.
ACTIVITIES: Typing 10, May Day 10: Cafeteria
Aid ll, Driver Education 12, Senior Play 123
Scott's Hi-Q 12, Dance Committee 10, ll, 123
Student Guide 12, Prom Committee ll, 12.
MARY CATHERINE HULINGS
Can be found with Rose, Kassie, Dot, Pat, Mary
Ellen and Verna .. . most prized possessions --
Eddie and my car . . . "Oh darn!" . . . pet peeve' --
stop signs . . . likes sneaking out for hoagies . . .
died from getting caught skipping class.
- ACTIVITIES: Chorus 10, 12, Dance Committee
10, 11, 123 Senior Play 123 Yearbook 11, 12,
Driver Education 125 Senior 'iShowboat"l2g Prom
Committee 11,123 Candlelight Service 10,125 Home
Ec Club 12, Home Room Representative 10,
Variety Show 12.
SANDRA LEE HOLLIS
Can be found with Barbara, at Charlie's house . . .
most desired ambition -- to become a secre-
tary "Don't even start it" .. . Pet peeve --
coming home from parties early . . .likes athletes,
driving, and cooking . . . died from walking through
the woods to school everyday.
ACTIVITIES: Chorus l0,ll,l2, Concert Choir 10,
11,125 Spring Concert 10,11,12g Candlelight Ser-
vice l0,11,l2g May Day l0,1l,l2g BoardlofDirec-
tors 10,113 Prom Committee l1,l2g Dance Com-
mittee 12, Yearbook 11,123 Senior Pla Commit-
DOROTHY LORRAINE HUDSON
Can be found with Chet and Sue . . . most desired
possession -- engagement ring "OhI Well!"
. .. pet peeve -- homework .. . likes being with
Bob .. . died from Mr. Law's tests.
ACTIVITIES: Typing 10g Math ll.
ANTOINETTE MARIE IACONO
Can be found with Joanne, Betty, and the gang . . .
most desired possession -- class ring and diploma I
. . . 'Take a bath" . . . pet peeve -- John Prezuiso
likes sports, dancing, and the movies
died from washing too many cars on senior car
ACTIVITIES: Intramural Basketball 11, 123 Senior
Play Committee 123 Driving Training 12, Dance
CAROLYN EMMA LEE JENKINS
Can be found with Margie, Sydney, Mae, Jackie,
and Judy . . . most desired possession -- 516,000
"Good grief" pet peeve -- the student
director . . . likes to eat and skate . . . died from
ACTIVITIES: Art 105 May Day 10g Intramural
Basketball 10, llg Prom Committee 11, 123 Dra-
matics Club 113 Yearbook ll, 12g Driver Ed-
ucation 125 Home Ec Club 12, Senior Play.
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possession -- class ring . . . "I'll never tell" . . . f WJU f
pet peeve -- history . . . likes church . . .died from gt,
ACTIVITIES: Chair Crew 10g Wrestling 10,
llg chorus 11,125 Bandio, 11,123 stage Crew 123' ,T U F Lfpwvpjf
Field Crew 12.
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Can be found with Jim and Earl .. . most prized ' f
EMLYN H. JONES
Can be found at 1562 Chichester Avenue . . .
most prized possession -- Mary . . . "Ahl Fiddle-
sticks" . . . pet peeve -- wet football uniforms . . .
likes Mary . . . died from Sandflea and Mike always
nagging in practice.
ACTIVITIES: Band 10, ll, 125 Dance Band 10, ll,
12g Football IO, ll, 12, Basketball 10, Wrestling
10, llg Student Council ll, 12.
MINOR W. KATES
Can be found at "Docs" with Snake, Stan and
I-Iulton . . . most prized possession -- Gerry . . .
"You know"'. .. pet peeve -- bleach-blondes
likes girls, dancing and hunting died from
driving to Claymont every night.
ACTIVITIES: Senior Playg Chorus,l1,l2gCandle-
light Service l1,l2g Spring Concert lI,l2.
Can be found with Betsy, Janice, Janet, Verline
and Jimmy .. . most prized possession -- Jimmy
.. . "Ohl Welll" . .. pet peeve -- study halls
likes food, dancing and Jimmy . . . died from
gossip about parties.
ACTVITIES: Senior Playg PromCommittee l1,12g
Dance Committee 1l,l2.
"J itterbug "
Can be found with Insigne Amicitia Sorority . . .
most prized possession -- class ring "Hey
Stupid' pet peeve -- conceited people
likes Linwood Dances . . . died from filing class.
ACTIVITIES: Intramural Basketball 10,1.g Home
Economics 123 Board of Directors 12.
EMILY EILEEN LA RUE
Can be found with Insigne Amicitia Sorority
most prized possession -- license and class ring
MWhat's this, What's this" pet peeve --
conceited boys .. . likes skating, driving and
hoagies . . . died from Sorority parties.
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 103 May Day 10, Business
Club 115 Candlelight Service IO.
Can be found with Torma, Bruton, Byrd, Nat and
Riley most prized possession -- class ring
'Playout' pet peeve -- homework
likes cars . . . died from setting type.
ACTIVITIES: Football 11,125 Intramural Basket-
ball 1O,l1,l2, Wrestling 10.
Can be found with Pat, Janet and Louise . . .
most desired possession -- my diploma and I-LR.
. . . "Cheese and Crackers' . . . pet peeve -- con-
ceited people . . . likes stock-car races and roller
skating . . . died from sixth-period lunches.
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 10,11,l2g Candlelight Ser-
vice 1O,11,l2g Senior Play 12.
VIRG IL ANDREW LOVELACE
Can be found with Frog, Bugs, Weasel, Dent,
Racoon and Shark at Docs most prized pos-
session -- The Big Skunk .. . 'Hey babe, what's
happnen" pet peeve -- getting flagged
likes to park in my garage . . . died from "dead"
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 11, Intramural Basketball
11,123 Stage Crew 12, Field Crew 12, Football
ll, Football Manager 12.
Can be found with Marianne, Joan, Sandy, Anne,
Bonnie, and El most desired possession --
nurse's cap 'Oh My Goodness" pet
peeve -- people with secrets .. . likes sports,
driving and South Penn Y. F. C. died from
long summer rides with Marianne.
ACTIVITIES: Band 10, ll, 12, BandCouncil 10, ll,
12, Hockey Team 10, ll, 12, Yearbook Staff ll,
12, Senior Play, Band Librarian 10, ll, 12, Typ-
ing Club 10, Dramatics Il, Usherette llg Prom
Committee ll, 12, Intramural Basketball 1O,Il,
Dance Committee 10, ll, 12.
ROSE MARIE MADFORD
Can be found with Mose, or Lana and Sandy
at Panare1lo's .. . most desired possession --
a million dollars 'You HalfwitI" pet
peeve -- bashful blondesl likes Mary's fast
getaways??? died from a ride with Mr.
Nugent on the 'Tumble Bug' at Hershey.
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 10, II, 12, Dance Committee
ll, 12, Candlelight Service 10, 11, 12, Spring Con-
cert IO, ll, 12, Band 10, ll,l2, Stage Crew 12,
Yearbook Staff 12, Softball ll, Senior Showboat
12, Prom Committee ll, 12, Intramural Basket-
ball 10, ll, Usherette ll, 12, May Day 10, Bus-
iness Leaders Club 10, Home Economics 12,
Driver Education 12, Gymnastics 12.
Can be found on any corner most desired
possession -- '49 Plymouth "HiI Hon!"
pet peeve -- Mr. Lashendock's cafeteria duty
. . . likes girls .. . died from too much work.
ACTIVITIES: Stage Crew 12, Maintenance Club
10, Dance Committee ll, 12.
Can be found at "Joe'S" . . . most prized possession
-- '46 Ford "Down the diner -- 10:00"
pet peeve -- Mechanical Drawing . . . likes
weekends . . . died from changing tires.
ACTIVITIES: Metal Club 10, Maintenance Club
II, Chair Crew 10, ll, 12. '
KAREN ELLA MCCLELLAND
Can be found with "Insigne Amicitia Sorority". . .
most prized possession -- class ring . . . 'I
don't know' . . . pet peeve--hossy people . . .
likes dancing and bowling . . . died from sorority
ACTIVITIES: May Day 10: Chorus 10: Home
Economics llg Magazine Drive 12.
J ACQUELINE MARIE MCDONOUGH
Can be found with Carol Ann, Mae, Dolly, Irene,
Judy, and Chick most prized possession--
'58 Ford . . . "Mo1dy" . . . pet peeve--people who
are late . . . likes music and driving . . . died from
Carol Ann's driving.
ACTIVITIES: Prom Committee 11, 12: Home
Economics 12: Dance Committee 10, 12: Library
Aid 10, 12: Yearbook Il, 12.
HELEN DOROTHY MCGUIRE
Can be found at home with Maggie, Mary, Vivian,
and Wendall . .. most prized possession--Wen-
da11's telephone calls at 7 o'clock .. . 'Just two
kinds of people in the world' . . . pet peeve--
not getting money when I want it . . . likes sewing
my own clothes in school died from Mrs.
Woerth not letting us dance in Home Economics
ACTIVITIES: Art 10, 11: Volleyball 10, llg Base-
ball ll, 123 Prom Committee 11, 123 Basketball
10, ll, 12: Hockey 10, Il, 12.
Can be found with Ray and Larry.. . . most prized
possession--'51 Ford . . . "Ain't all that' . . . pet
peeve--P. O. D. . . . likes 3:15 bell . . . died from
two periods of English.
ACTIVITIES: Shop 10, ll: Industrial Arts Show
11: Field Crew 12.
Can be found at school . . . most prized possession
--'51 Ford ... "Skit man!" . . . pet peeve-- history
assignments . .. likes Lorraine . . . died from
ACTIVITIES: Field Crew ll, 125 Chorus ll, 125
Candlelight Service 11, 12.
BONNIE JANE MOERK
Can be found with Charlotte most prized
possession- -my mother 'never mind" . . .
pet peeve--boys! likes pie, steaks, pizza,
ACTIVITIES: Band 10, ll, 125 Play Committee
125 Dance Committee 10, 11, 125 Prom Committee
125 P.T.A. Committee 125 May Day 105 Candle-
light Service 105 Business Leaders Club 10, ll.
Can be found with Bruz, Bob and all the squirrels
. . . most prized possession--'53 Ford . . . "Don't
sweat it!" pet peeve--AnnePerkins you
know what l like!!! . . . died from the Can-Can
ACTIVITIES: Intramural Basketball 10, ll, 125
Vice President of Class 10, ll, 125 Usher 115
Hall Monitor 10, 115 Student Council Il, 125 Year-
book ll, 125 Prom Committee 11, 125 Senior Play 12.
KATHRYN ANN MONTELLO
Can be found
Big Four' . . .
telephone . . .
Emily's haunted house . . . likes pizza's, steaks,
Show, Wilmington, and Dancing .
with Mary, Rose, Sandy and "The
most prized possession--radio and
"That's sharp' pet peeve--
ACTIVITIES: lntiralmural basketball 105 Dramatics
Club 115 Dance Committee 105 ll, 125 Home Econo-
mic Club 125 'Driver Education 125 Business
Leaders Club 105 Home Room Representative 125
Board of Directors for Student Council 125 Stu-
dent Council 125 Yearbook ll, 125 Senior Play
Stage Crew 125 Prom Committee ll, 125 Guide
for Student Council Convention 12.
Can be found with Marianne, Jean, Bonnie,Sandy,
and Anne . .. most desired possession -- thirty
third graders 'oh gravy' pet peeve --
bashful boys . . . likes baton twirling, Y. F,C.. and
music died from holding the band back.
ACTIVITIES: Dance band 103 Usherette 113
Play Committee 123 Prom Committee 11, 12:
Guide 11, 123 Career Conference 113 Band Council
11, 123 Accompanist 10, 11,123 Head Majorette
10, 11, 121 Variety Show 10, 11, 12: May Day 10,
Can be found with Ronnie, Zack, and Ed . . .
most prized possession -- car 'need some
gas money' . . . pet peeve -- going to classes . . .
likes getting out of classes died from Eng-
ACTIVITIES: Field Crewll, 123 Stage Crew ll, 123
Chair Crew 10, 11, 12.
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LANE JOSEPH NELSON
Can be found with Bozo, Obie, Bugs, Virgil, and
Duck . . . most prized possession -- the red roach
. . . "What's happening" . . . PCI peeve -- shaving
.. . likes Wheaties . .. died from senior 's parties.
ACTIVITIES: Gymnastics 10,112 Chair Commit-
tee l0,l23. Dance Program 123 Stage Crew 12:
SANDRA N. NEWLIN
Can be found with Kassie and Emily at Wilming-
ton . . . most desired possession -- diploma . . .
'Knock it off" pet peeve -- people who
aren't on time for breakfast likes Bill's
cheese steaks, P,M.C., dancing, and a white '54
ACTIVITIES: Intramural Basketball 10 May Day
IOQ Dramatic Club 11Q Prom Committee ll 12
Dance Committee 10,ll,l23 Senior Play Com
mitteeg Art 12Q Home Economics 123 Driver Ed
Can be found with Johnny, Toad, Louwie, Big
Nel, and Blubs most prized possession --
horn and class ring . . . "Did you study for that
teSt7" . . . pet peeve -- stuck up people . . . likes
his one study hall a week . . . died from playing
Stan Kenton Music.
ACTIVITIES: Typing Club 113 Math Club llg
Band I0,1l,12g Dance Band 1O,11,12g Basketball
CHRISTINE PATRICIA NICKLE
Can be found with Claire, Pat, and Dawn . . .
most desired possession -- diploma . . . 'I don't
know" -pet peeve -- late lunch periods
likes sports . . . died from history class.
ACTIVITIES: Ticket Committee Senior Playg In-
tramural Basketball 10,11g Library Club 10,11,
12, Basketball 10,lI,I2g Softball 10,11,12.
Can be found at any hoagie shop . . . most prized
possession -- hula hoop . . . pet peeve -- science
class . . . likes parties . . . died from Mr. McNitt's
ACTIVITIES: Ma i n te n a n c e Club 10,1lg Dance
Committee 10,125 Chair Committee 123 Senior
ANNE TERESA PERKINS
Can be found with Sandy, Jean, Marianne, Joan,
and Bonnie . . . most desired possession -- col-
lege degree "I am not!" pet peeve --
"Tugger" . . . likes reading, sewing, and driving
. . . died from Pooh's poetry.
ACTIVITIES: May Day IO, Graduation Usherette
113 Typing Club 10, Prom Committee 11,125
Yearbook Co-editor 11,125 Scott's Hi Q 12, Guide
10,11,12g Dance Committee I0,I1,12g Hockey 10,
11,12g Band 10,Il,12g Library Aide 10,11,12g
Band Council 1O,11,12g Band Librarian 10,11,12.
SANDRA ELLEN PIERCE
Can be found with the gangg everywhere but where
I m supposed to be most prized possession
my friends Hey, let's hustle" pet
peeve dirty hockey players likes sports,
singing dancing and my 56 Dodge . . . died from
knife throwing in Mrs Woerth's room.
ACTIVITIES D1str1ct Chorus 11g County Chorus
11 County Orchestra ll 12g President of Chorus
12 President of Band Council 125 Hockey 10,11,
12 Softball 10 11 12 Basketball l0,1l,12g Band
10 11 12 Variety Show 10 11,l2g Candlelight Ser-
v1ce10 11 12 May Day 1O,l1,l2.
CAROLYN LUCILLE PERRY
Can be found with Barb, Linda, Bev, Louise,
and Dee . . . most prized possession -- driver's
license "You know what I mean' pet
peeve -- unsociable people likes driving,
hoagies, and Bill died from Louise's stale
pretzels and Barbara's cakes.
ACTIVITIES: Student Council 10g Intramural Bas-
ketball 103 Candlelight Service l0,12g Library
Staff 113 Library Correspondent 11g Home Ec-
onomics 12g Chorus 10,l1,l2.
BARBARA ELIZABETH POORE
Can be found with Sandy Carol and Louise
most prized possession Gary You know
.. . pet peeve -- cakes that don t turn out
likes. pizza and Pepsis died from Louise s
stale pretzels . . .
ACTIVITIES: Home Economics Club 12 Chorus
10,11,12g Candlelight Service 10 11 12 May Day
10,11,12g Spring Concert 1011 12
. . died from
Can be found with Jeanetta, Fry, Green, Lovelace
. . . most desired possession -- Jeanetta . . .
"take a bath' . . . pet peeve -- Mr. McNitt's
paddles . . . likes 54 Ford . . . died from P.O.D.
KYCTIYITIES: Fw 1W
HELEN REBECCA RILEY
Can be found with Patches, Bull Dog, Di, Tunnie
. . . most desired possession - my class ring. . .
"My, what a mess!" pet peeve - conceited
boys. . . likes spaghetti, yock, dancing... died
from Business Machine and Office Practice
JANET M. REED
Can be found with Lew, Jeanetta, Betsy . . . most
desired possession -- Lew . . . "Oh, my heavens"
pet peeve -- snotty people likes food,
pop music .. . died from walking to the school
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 10,113 Candlelight Service
10,113 Home Economics Club 12, Spring Concert
10,113 Senior Play Costumes Committee 125
Prom Committee 1l,l2.
Can be found with Tunnie, Bell, Di, Bull Dog, Snap
. . . most desired possession- Johnny and finishing
school. . . "what's happening girls" . . . pet peeve-
non co-operative people . . . likes eating and sleep-
ing . . . died from filing class.
ACTIVITIES: Business Education Club Il, Home
ROBERT THOMAS ROSS
Can be found with Lew, Bruz, Bob, Zack.. . most
prized possession - "Hey Squirely" . . . likes eat-
ing, sports, sleeping and S,D, , , died from football
ACTIVITIES: Football Manager 103 Football ll,l2g
Intramural Basketball l0,ll,l2g Stage Crew 12.
IRENE CATHERINE RUTTER
Can be found with Jackie, near the band room...
most prized possession - my bassoon and class
ring. .. "l've had it" . . . DSI peeve - rock'n roll-
ers competing with the Bach boys . .. died from
carrying heavy books and instruments.
ACTIVITIES: Band I0,1I,I2g Band Council 10,ll,l2g
Band Librarian l0,ll,l2.
JOHN V. SACHER
Can be found with Lew, Bob, Bobbi and the boys
from .Iane's. .. most desired possession. . . my
right arm - "what time is it?" pet peeve -
Megonigal being a neater guy than me likes
Marianne, sleeping and eating . . . died from cold
ACTIVITIES: Basketball ll,l2g Baseball 11,125
Guide ll, Senior Class Representative 12g Year-
book ll,l2g Prom Committee l1,l2g Typing ll.
HI-darryn GBM! .gait
Can be found with Bob, Ra , Zach,R .
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most prized possession - 51 Chev . . . ' I n
het" .. . pet peeve - staying in after sch .
likes cars . .. died from two periods of P, ,
ACTIVITIES: Stage Crew 123 Maintenance Clubllg
Auto Know How 10.
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FRANK SCHNAITMAN W I Q ty XUX
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General I NZ I IQXPNLI
Can be found with Ollie, Tom, Wayne, and Georges ff',v ALM
. . . most prized possession - Ruthann . . . "Looks A V
like a winner" . .. petpeeve-football coaches . . . I5 , 91 QR ,L X, I
likes sports and hunting died from "grass amd up ,fzf I Qyqr I
drill" at football practice ly IVV 'P J
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ACTIVITIES: Sc1enceClub1lgStagecrew 12g Foot- K W Q1 pm if t
ball l0,ll,l2g Basketball l0,ll,12g Hall Monitor 10, GM
11,12. IV t
MARY ANN THERESA SCHOEN
GARY A. SCOTT
Can be found anywhere . . . most prized posses-
sion - violin I won from Mr. Hoover . . . "take
a hath" .... pet peeve - school . . . likes girls!
girls! and music . . . died from too much school.
ACTIVITIES: Band l1,l2g Football Manager 113
Chester Times Newswriter llg Prom Commit-
tee 12: Variety Show 12: Dance Band 10,ll,l2.
Can be found with Whitby, G. Hill, Snookie, Ollie,
Wayne, and Colonel . . . most prized possession -
Rita and '56 Ford . . . 'There isn't any fence be-
tween us. " . . . pet peeve - Mr. McNitt chasing me
. . . likes Rita, steak, food and football ???? . . .
died from Mr. Marcus punching me on the head.
ACTIVITIES: Student Council 10,llg Baseball ll,
123 Hall Monitor 10,11,l2g Football 10,11,12g
Can be found with Emlyn most prized pos-
session Emlyn . . . 'Youse Guysll' . . . pet peeve-
telephone calls while in the bathtub likes
Emlyn . . . died from hockey practice.
ACTIVITIES: Student Council 10, Prom Co-Chair-
man 115 Guide 11g May Day 1O,l1g Basketball
1O,l1,12g Hockey 10,l1,12g Cafeteria Staff 1O,ll,
12g Color Guard 10,11,l2g Home Ec. Club 125
PTA Panel 123 Band Concert 12g Assembly
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f 1 ' ' 0 5 "Ree"
fl C W ,, 'M Business Education
bill' ' f'7 AIA: ' .- CHS! found with Ann and the girls . .. most
W , D02 X prized possession - Tom's class ring . . . "Where
jf Z, I did you go last night?" . . . pet peeve - conceited
3 Uk, ,' 1, people . . . likes pizza and Tom . . . died from fil-
W ing class.
, . f ACTIVITIES: Corresponding Secretary for the
' 4, W 716 ,,Student Council 105 May Day 105 Intramural Bas-
, I ' ketball 10,115 Basketball 10,11,12.
I- 5. I C' -
EARL LE ROY SHANK. JR.
Can be found with everybody . . . most prized pos-
session - "big black" . . . "Hold it Jack" . . . pet
W ,I ,
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peeve - staying after school . . . likes days off from
school . . . died from football camp.
ACTIVITIES: Student Council Ilg Craft Staff 115
Industrial Arts Show 115 Board of Directors 125
Football l0,11,l2. V
'X fix Half?
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BETSY LEE SIMPKISS
Can be found with Verline, Janice, Jeanetta . . .
most desired possession - happiness out of life
. . . "nastness" . . . pet peeve - gossip about par-
ties . . . likes food and parties . . .died from play-
ACTIVITIES: May Day 10,125 Chorus 125 Dance
Committee 11,125 Prom Committee 11,125 Hockey
10,11,12: Band 1O,11,l25 Play 12.
EL EANOR SMITH
125 Scott's Hi Q 125 Hockey 10, 11,12.
Can be found with Jess, Dot, Chet, and Jean
most prized possession--Bible. . . Thanks a
lot". . . pet peeve---surprise quizzes when you
didn't study. . . likes sports, Howie sleep and
books. . .died from gym exercises after lunch
ACTIVITIES: Basketball 10, 115 Voice of De
mocracy Contest 115 Guide 115 Library Aid 10
Can be found with Barry, Lew, Puddsy, Sam,
and Bill...most prized possession--driver's li-
Cense,,,"Ain't allowed".. pet peeve--homeroom..
likes dancing and science...died from Puddsy's
ACTIVITIES: Dance Committee 10, 11Q Student
Council 11, Hall Monitor 11, 121 Intramural
Basketball ll, 121 Senior Play.
CAROL ADELINE TAYLOR
Can be found with Linda, Claire, Pat, and Helen..
most prized possession--Bill and Teddy Bear..
"No Child" . . . pet peeve Mr. Apichel1a's jokes . . .
likes food, dancing, and Bill . . . died from Pat's
ACTIVITIES: Dance Committee 103 Intramural
Basketball 10, 113 Prom Committee 123 Art
Club 10, 11 12.
"The German "
Can be found with Sam, Wayne, Barrie, and
Bruzz most prized possession-Aggie, my
class ring, and my car . . . "Hey Legs". . . pet
peeve - messy cafeteria and crowded halls. . .
likes good food, money, bowling, and geophysics
. . .died from Mr. Apichella's jokes and chemistry.
ACTIVITIES: Math Club 103 Chair Committee 10,
113 Wrestling Club l0,1l.
JESSICA ANNE THOMPSON
Can be found with Eleanor and Carol...most
prized possession---class ring..."Well, that's
the way the cookie crumbles."...pet peeve--
Chemistry quickies...likes basketball games and
getting letters from Dick...died from Mr. Apich-
ella 's jokes.
ACTIVITIES: Spelling Bee Contest 103 J. V.
Basketball 113 Chester Times Newswriter 11:
Yearbook 11,121 Play Committee 123 Intramural
Basketball 10, 11, 12.
Can be found with my instrument or the guys . . .
most desired possession -- a good car
"That's the way it goes". . .pet peeve - - every-
thing when I am mad likes having a good
time . . . died from Latin classes and spelling.
ACTIVITIES: Print Shop l0,1lg Band 10,11,12g
Chair Committee 113 Prom Committee 11,125
Dance Band 12.
CLAIRE ANN TITUS
Can be found with Linda, Carol, and Pat
most prized possession James Bradford
"Eh Gads' . . . Pet Peeve - - conceited people .. .
likes pizza, music, and tall boys died from
Linda 's diet.
ACTIVITIES: Band l0,11,l2g Chorus l0,11,l2g
Basketball 10,l1g Prom Committee 113 Play
Can be found on the corner most desired
possession -- money "I give up" pet
peeve - - work . . . likes spaghetti and girls . . .
died from bad jokes.
ACTIVITIES: Chair Crew 10,11,12.
Can be found with Dorothy and Sue .. . most de-
sired possession -- good job "Oh my"
pet peeve - - cheaters .. . likes seeing Galen . ..
died from dirty cafeteria.
ACTIVITIES: Typing 103 Math 115 Student Council
DONALD RAY WALTERS
Can be found with 12th Industrials . .. most de-
sired possession - - the ability to understand
others ... "O.K." ... pet peeve - - food in Chi's
cafeteria likes girls, cars and work
died from Mechanical Drawing class.
ACTIVITIES: Wood Shop 10, Stage Crew 105
Intramural Basketball 103 Print Shop 11.
SANDRA ELIZABETH WEBSTER
Can be found with Anne, Bonnie, Jean, Joan,
Marianne, Eleanor most desired possession
- - college diploma . .. "Good grief, Anne!"
pet peeve - - gum crackers . .. likes swimming,
dancing and M.Y.F. . .. died from running up
and down the halls.
ACTIVITIES: May Day 105 Typing Club 103 Hock-
ey 1O,11,12g Basketball 10g11,12g Band 10,11,12g
Band Council 10,1l,12g Dramatics Club llg Ush-
erette 11, Yearbook 11,125 Guide 11,12.
Can be found with Scattergoodsg, Dee, Sharon . . .
most prized possession - - friends "Oh, no"
. . . pet peeve - - troubles . . . likes dances, parties
reading died from having nothing to wear.
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 10g Intramural Basketball
10,11,l2g Band 10,11,12g Dance Committee 10,1l,
125 Gym Night 10,123 Prom Committee 11, 123
May Day 10g Senior Play Committeeg Guide 12.
Can be found with Scullely, Schnaitman,
most prized possession -- class
"Step up" pet peeve -- chemistry
likes mat' room and whirlpool room
from football practice.
ACTIVITIES: Basketball l0,l1,12g Football 10,
11,123 Hall Monitor 11,12g Baseball 12.
ring . . .
class . . .
. . . died
VERLINE WHII E
Can be found with Betsy, Sofia, Mary,
and Janice .. . most prized possession
freedom "Me first!" pet
peeve - - bossy people likes parties
and food died from being stuckup.
ACTIVITIES: Gym Night 105 May Day
10,115 Dance Committee 10,11,125
Majorettes 10,11,125 Variety Show 10,
11,125 Prom Committee 11,125 Senior
Play Committee 12.
LOUISE ANNETTE WILLIS LINDA ANNETTE WiIl'I"I'AKER
Can be found with Dot, Reba, Joyce,
and Esther most prized possession
-- class ring and my heart "Oh,
Yea!" and 'You don't say!" ...pet peeve
- - conceited people and history home-
work likes dances, parties, boys,
and sports died from too much
homework in Math class,
ACTIVITIES: Basketball 10,125 Typing
10,115 Baseball 10,11,125Pr0mCommit-
:N P J
tp A, V,
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CAROL ANN WOHNUS
Can be found with Scattergood Gang,
Syd, and Faith most prized pos-
session -- driver's license 'You
know it!" pet peeve -- boys that
don't drive likes sports, music,
dancing and people died from Sep-
tember 12, 1958, and tastykakes.
ACTIVITIES: May Day 105 Candlelight
Service 10,115 Hockey 10,11,125 Soft-
ball 10,11,125 Volleyball 10,11,l25 Stu,-
dent Council 10,11,125 Cafeteria Staff
10,11,125 Band 10,11,125 Dance Com-
mittee 10,11,125 Usherette-115 Echo 115
Guide 11,125 Bonfire Committee 11,125
Board of Directors 125 Play Commit-
tee 125 P.T.A. Committee 12.
Can be found with Carol, Claire, Ilelen
Bev, and Betty most prized pos
session - - Don's friendship ring ..
"Oh,shush up!" pet peeve - - cheat-
ers likes driving, horseback rid-
ing, and ice skating died from Mr
ACTIVITIES: English class president I0
Intramural Basketball 105 Majorette 10
115 May Day 10,1l5Variety Show 10,Il.
ARTHUR RICHARD ZACHARIAS
Can be found with Yunker at Twin
Oaks most prized possession - -
"Frank", my truck 'You don't like
it" pet peeve -- steak, ice cream,
and sports likes cars and guns
died from Friday's P,O,D, class,
ACTIVITIES: Field crew 125 Stage Crew
125 Chair Crew 10,l1,12.
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'The Lemon Sisters"
"The Hula Hula"
E. Jones C. Titus W. Bryne
Mrs. Woerth "The Toasters
"Five Foot Two" 1-Charleston "
I, Rutter G. Scott S. Pierce K. Haney J, Mannering
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LEFI TO RIGHT, SEATED: S. Webster, D. Flowers, K. Montello, V. Feltcher, S, Hollis J Thompson
J Mannering, J. McDonough. STANDING: A. Perkins, M. Alexander, E. Jenkins,M.Hul1ngs P Darcy
W Conboy, L. Megonigal, K. Haney, M. Harris. '
Our yearbook staff was selected in the spring of 1958. We pub-
lished the supplement for the 1958 Eagle, which was received most
favorably by the student body. In publishing this book, we have re-
ceived great rewards for our diligence. At this time we would like
to express our deep gratitude to our sponsor, Mr. Law.
We have worked hard and put forth our best efforts to make this
the best yearbook produced at Chichester. We sincerely hope that
those who follow in our footsteps will produce even better yearbooks.
LEFT TO RIGHT: S. Webster,
co-editorg A. Perkins, co-edi-
torp P, Darcy, Typing editor
D. Flowers, Business editor
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BLST DRESSED MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
R. Galbusera and B. Dias K. Haney and J. Clayton
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BEST ALI.. AROUND MOST COOPERATIVE
S. Webster and H. Whitby L. Megonigal and S. Webster
CUTEST BEST LOOKING
G. Burke and A. Lovelace M. Schoen and H. Wh1tby
IRHLETIC MOST TALENTED BEST DANCERS
md C. Wohnus I. Rutter and R. Todd J. Caramanico and C. Green
QUIETEST MOST TALKATIVI1
Walls and C. Hillson R. Bell and J. Keeth
CLASS CLOWNS MOST POPULAR
A. Kennerly and R. Bell T. Sculley and M, Schoen
LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: E.
Smith, S. Webster, A. Perkins, J.
Mannering, C. Wohnus, V. White, B
Simpkiss, I. Rutter, M. Alexander
SECOND ROW: S. Holt, J. Wasley
D. Bryant, E. Jenkins,J.Thompson
J. McDonough, M. Ferry, M. Harris
J. Baker, M. Coleman. THIRD ROW
R Bell, G. Scott, E. Jones, J. Hill
L. Pearson, L. Megonigal, K. Haney,
R. Galbusera, W. Smith.
12 Home Economics
LEFT TO RIGHT: H. Mc-
Guire, F. Connolly.
LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST
ROW: S. Irwin, D. Hudson,
S. Davies, J. Caramanico,
J. Moore. SECOND ROW:
C. Walls, S. Faga, B. Dias,
H. Whitby, J. Clayton.
THIRD ROW: J. Chivalette,
J. Sacher, W, Steele, B.
Bunner, W. Byrne, R. Todd.
12 Business Education
LEFT TO RIGHT. FIRST ROW
S. Newlin, K. Montello, B. Har-
OND ROW: S. Hollis, D. Flow-
ers, G. Burke, C. Nickle, M.
Schoen, S. Pierce, C. Taylor.
THIRD ROW: P. Darcy, V. Felt-
cher, M. Hulings, R. Madford
12 Business Education
LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW
J. Alwine, J. Grady, B. Moerk
A. Kennerly, F. Herman, J. Bid-
dle, S. Bryant, G. Ganster, J
Robinson. SECOND ROW: M
Faulkner, D. Lewis, J. Garrett
G. Burke, E. LaRue, C. Titus
M. Bailiff, K. McClelland, C
Burk. THIRD ROW: R. Segear
J. Keeth, T. Briscoe,M. Posey
H. Riley, M. Bowers, L. Blank
C. Perry, B. Poore, L. Costa
LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST
ROW: O. Higgins,T. Sculley.
SECOND ROW: D. Walters,
F. Schnaitman, G. Hill, A.
Oberg, W. Maitland, W.
LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW
J. Ralston, M. Kates, C. Martin
R. Ross, W. Conboy, J. Tutlo
I... Saddler, R. McLeod, C
Green.. SECOND ROW: D
Laury, D. Bates, N. Davis
THIRD ROW: A. Zacharias, T
Morris, E. Jester, D. Fry, A
Lovelace, V. Bohenek, E. Shank
C. Hillson, L. Nelson.
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G. Burke A. Iacono M. Faulkner I. Rutter
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C. Titus M. Alexander V. Lovelace M. Coleman C. Taylor
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S. Weidel, W. Gatchell, N.
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11 Academic fWMJf JM OWL..
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: E. Crosgroveg J. Byrneg L. Ginnsg R. Clementsg S. Weide1gR
Yunkersg J. Bellg G. Watsong S, Waters. SECOND ROW: P. Kilmong H. Turnerg N. JonesgL
McNeilg A. Evansg H. Talley, B. Pierceg M. Bartowg D. Walkeg A. Browng J. Hobbs. THIRD ROW
W. Colemang D. Jonesg D. Jonesg N. Sackg W. Gatchellg R. Lawrenceg T. D'Amico.
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FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: . yn . nnong o ickg D. Krentzg D. Jonesg J. Garrisg
L. Watkinsg B, Driscollg C, Feltc . S O D ROW' . H , D. Strazdusg B. Fisher: M. Weideli
M. Clementsg W, Ashbyg M, Ebe 3 C ony i k. THIRD ROW: J. Richg M. Doyleg C.
Morang J. Jacksong M. Millerg I6 ,S nie
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ll Business Education
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO
RICHT: E. Birlg S. Beau-
champg S. Thompsong E.
Huddleg M. Leitaog J. Bailg
A. Dias. SECOND ROW:
C. Fergusong J. Cairog B,
Zinszerg C. Sconeg T. Gas-
terg D. Butterworthg S.
Reevesg L. Campbell.
THIRD ROW: M. Pyleg P.
Ahoneng J. Grantg B. Um-
stedg B. McCloudg J.
Greenwoodg K. Moore.
11 Business Education
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO
RIGHT: C. Hollandg L.
Browng M. Quigleyg J,
McMastersg G. McVeighg
N. Plummerg A. Jaconag
J. Linng B. Brumbaugh.
SECOND ROW: S. Kingg C.
Schnaitmang R. Giovenellag
D. Doddsg M. Campbellg A,
Horneg A. Mellingg C.
Jonesg D, Conboyg M,
Campbell. THIRD ROW:R.
Dunlapg H. Petersg J. Rid-
dleg S. ThompsomgJ. Beck.
11 Home Economics
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO
RIGHT: J. Titusg J. Yeag-
erg M, Merdiang E. Small.
SECOND ROW: J. Tirusg
J. Mosleyg G. Carrollg M.
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11 lndustrlals 'T' L if
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: M. Tylerg J. Wi11iamsongA. SchiochettigA. Rieberog In
I3. Mellingg D. Burkg H. Boydg D. Shromg F. Byrd. SECOND ROW: J. Palsergnl. Howardg ,
D. Hinsong J. Jacksong R, Bryantg A. Fleetwood. THIRD ROW: Pnltaw onvgj, Wertzg W,
Sandersong W, Rinehimffg R. Gouldg E. Urbang'W. Giles. ' N..l.'G"NrE- u 1
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11 Generals Wm
FIRST Row, LEFT TO I
RIGHT: R. Burridge. E. Riff
Farleyg L. White. SECOND
ROW: J. DiCeccog A. Sil-
vestrig H, AshmangG. Wat-
,IQ I ff Tw
Mr. Natrin and Mrs. Fieisher
Treasurer - C. Simpers,
Vice President - J. Mar-
antino, President - W.
Fisher, Secretary - L.
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: C. Turner, M, Fiorelli, P, Burr, E. Bass, L, Sill, S
Pi1lil1g. P. Foreacre. A. Matteo. A. Hollis. SECOND ROW: J. Yunker, H. Palmer, F.
Bunch, C. Young, D. Esbin, M, Doyle, J. Simpkiss, J. Narvel, H. Roberts. THIRD ROW:
G, Williamson, T. Hutchins, J, Trumble, W. Fisher, G. Piecara, T. Davies, J, Zebley
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: M, Shivers, -S, Starks, C, Simpers, D, Camillo, S. Mayer
C. Hentz, B, Miller, G. Moore, J, Willis. SECOND ROW: J. Curtis, C. Frampton, C.
Lyons, A. Brent, D. Tutlo, N. Whitely. THIRD ROW: R. Harris, K, Hill, R, Templin, J.
Penn, K. Bunzel, G. Lilley, F, Dowman, M. Dougherty, R, Keeth.
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10 BUSINESS EDUCATION
FIRST ROW,LEFT IO RIGHT: 'F. Lyle, R. Biddle, P. Lawrence, J. Cbnte, F, Savin,
C. Brown, M. Watson. SECOND ROW: B. Craven, G. Frazier, J, Gwynn, J, Di Marco,
M. Thomas, D. King, P. Clark, S. Hulton,J. Ritterson. THIRD ROW: A. Clark, D, Seward,
S, Hamilton, S, Haney, S. Kirby, C. Nickle, B. Davis, L, Dix, FOURTH ROW: W. Bam-
ford, D, Bull, B, Laury, B. Favario, L. Sidlow, C. Wall, M, Stradzus.
10 BUSINESS EDUCATION
FIRST ROW, LEFT 'IO RIGHT: J. Penn, M. Covelesky, M. Parker, S. Smith, M. Komar,
S. Mann, H. King, M, Fisher, N. Holden, SECOND ROW: M. Bannister, D. Harris, N.
Hook, M. Curley, H. Conard, E. Layton, V. Allen, J. Poole, F. Poole, R. Willis. THIRD
ROW: J, Ambrasino, J. Palser, G, Seagraves, W. Bruch, E. Grider, E. Harwood. FOURTH
ROW: M. Middleton, R. Thorpe, D. Doall, M. Me1son,L. McCarthy, M. Spevak, J. Di-
Marco, M. Kennerly, G. Rollman, D. Whitaker.
10 HOME ECDNOMICS
SITTING, LEFT TO
RIGHT: L. Walker, G. Roll-
man, F. Poole. STANDING:
E. Turner, J. Matthews, G.
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO
RIGHT: M. Yezuita, B,
Fromal, P. Saporosa, R.
Hargan, T. Moser, C. Cuno,
R. Swafford, M, McFar-
land, G. Moore. SECOND
ROW: J. Marantino, G. La-
Rue, R. Wolverson, B.
Burke, G. Rapposelli, D,
Chew, C. Fry, W. Lamp-
Iugh, D. Herd. THIRD ROW:
W, Davidson, J. Tribbet, R.
Lober, C. Gorman, V. Jul-
ien, D. Vantine, E. Hays,
G. Wanner, G. Peck, L,
LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Ben-
der, E. Bradley, W, Fisher,
J, Marino, W. Major.
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9-1 LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: J. Cassidy, M. A. Snow
S, Weeks, D. Clements, E. Smiggil, W. Tyson, D. Wohnus, D.
Tully, J. Holland. SECOND ROW: D. Heften, J, Schrom, C.
Bruce, S. Schnaitman, E. Osborne, W. Carpenter, J. Pesey
C. Marshman, D. Maze, R. Thomas. THIRD ROW: J. Pesey
F, Lupeli. FOURTH ROW: M.L. Koch, B. Nelson, J. Perry
W. Scott, P. Dodd, R. Ricci, S. Brown, L. Whittaker, B
9-2 LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW H Moser J Keeth W
Hipkins, J. Wintczak, K. Coleman M Brooks J Mullm S
Good, L. Byrne. SECOND ROW C Clements J Fulton P
Kell, P. Bryant, C. Bates, R Whetstone C Jardme F
Keeley, R. DeFrank, C. Lawrence M. Whitby H Ducan
THIRD ROW: C. Watnuff, G. Armstrong R Gensel D David
son, M. Beauchamp, J. Koletar J Cardesa L DIPIEIIO J
Chandler, L. Holden, F, Junto
9-3 LEFT T0 RIGHT, FIRST ROW: A. Conte, D. Robinson, S
Frickman, C. White, S, Smith, R. Ferry, R.Tutle, R. Coleman
G. Sutten. SECOND ROW: R, Sweigart, I... Petica, B. Laffey
B. Wanner, D. Hubler, C. Piermont, R. Rinehimer, E, Jack-
son, A. Marshall, C. Bradley, J. Barthelomuew, C. Megonigal
THIRD ROW: T. Sacher, M. Chivallette, P, Melton,C. McMul-
len, R. Morgan,E. Field, D. Andrew, C. Wallace, M. Dougherty.
9-4 LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: C. Posey, B. Bilbert, D
Price, L. Lammey, J. Yohe, P. Brown, S. Watson, J. Riddle
R, Thompson. SECOND ROW: G. Hickey, I. Himes, M. Cap-
ossere, B. Sanderline, G. White, E. Frazier, K. Davis,B
Stevenson, E. Gould. THIRD ROW: W. Menace, J. Carbenara
B. Price, T. Russe, A. Weisler, W. Walker, B. Thompson
K. Hill, G. Clark, L. Harris.
9-5 LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: P.Kates,S. Holden, W. Rankin,
J. Bowers, F. Wiechecki, B. Fuller, E. Talley, B. Blak, E.
Piecara. SECOND ROW: B. Lashley, R. Burkholder, A. Kennard,
G. Hill, L. Pruett, D. Ganehan, J. Speakman, J. Boyd, N. Ashley,
H, Davis. THIRD ROW: S. Tillery, G. Zinszer, D.O'Shea, N.
Walls, J, Hodges, J. DeShulle, R. Moore, C. Downer, J. Friel,
9-6 LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: C. Logeman, B. Harrison
E. Fuller, B. Grace, W. Wolf, G. Gaster, J, Hobbs, L. Beck
J. Chaney, D, Stewart, SECOND ROW: E. Minner, J. Bunnister
B. Glass, B. Jones. THIRD ROW: V. Gay, M. Short, J. Price
R. Ree, B. Harris, J, Beauchamp, G. Foust, S. Fergusen,M
Maners, B. Stipe,
9-7 LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: E. Killian, W. Steinmacher
B. Grear, R. Knight, A. Cheyney, D, Powell, J. Zinszer, D.
Eberhard, B, Barella. SECOND ROW: J. Womack, S. Sylvester
A. Mann, E. Caroll, L. Junro, C. Laury, R. Sommer, K.'Pestich
W. Brown, THIRD ROW: B. Elliott, C, Drulik, R, Tyson, V.
Bland, N, McNeil, W. June, W. Rowlyk, J. Moore, E. Good
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FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Mullen, G. Rapposelli, H, Grunwell, G, Lawrence, D, Brown
C. Deardorf, R. Johnson, F. Snow, H. White. SECOND ROW: B, Porter, J, Trumbull, N, Hamilton
J, Hillson, B. Turner, B. Turner, J, Pulich, D, Birl, D, Krauss, E. Groce. THIRD ROW: N
Guarinello, E. Herman, L, Green, J, Maxwell, M. Walters, D. Burkins, J, DiCecco, J, Hart-
mann, K. Grasser, D, Welch, E. Hays.
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FIRST ROW LEFT 'IO RIGHT: S. Lawson, M.C. Williams, W, Coalson, G. Rieck, A. Sack, S.
Cummings R. Webb, C. Voll, D, Duewhite. SECOND ROW: C. O'Boyle, P, Shropshire, E. Profit,
R Bostlc D. Staver, J. Wertz, B. Conard, T. Brown, F. Qylson. THIRD ROW: J, Burns, L.
Murphy F Barrett, M, Johnson, W, Heacock, C, Krausse, R. Burkholder, B. Breneman, D,
Sammons M Tyler,
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Brown, J. Clements, R, Jones, P. Pennington, L. Scott, D.
Fecondo, D. Ranson, S. Faust, L. Hughes. SECOND ROW: R. Weeks, M, Banton, D, Albany
E. Sampson, B. Bardsley, P. Lockwood, M. Iocona, D. Kilpatrick, K. Bender, D. Ray, E, Brous-
seau. THIRD ROW: E. Costa, N. Lyons, J. Massey, J. Oberg, E. Nickerson, S. Camac, W. Hamil-
ton, N, Proffitt, T, Ruditys.
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FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: C. Thomas, A, Paytos, J. Sullivan, L. Morris, D. Sweet, P
Amies, R. McCoy, N. Wolverson, R. Knight. SECOND ROW: A. McNeil, E, Locke, M. Cuno
B. Walters, T. Herd, D. Smock, A, Ambrosino, P, Robinson, R. Astant, M. Burkholder, S. Cam-
bell. THIRD ROW: C. Goldenbusky, R.A. Garrett, R, Lawrence, -R. Meeks, K. Perkins, B. Laugh-
ead, A. Perez, D. Elliott, F, Croce, R. Trice.
FRONT ROW, LEFT 'IU RIGHT: E. Slater, T. Gorman, L, Whitely, T, Todd, J. Hembrie, J.
Kelly, K. Hecker, C. Burr, J. Bender, SECDND ROW: R. Chaudler, S, Pierce, J. Quillen, M, King,
C, Belmont, R. Harlon, S, Steinmaker, M. Kennedy, J. Walker, S, Coleman, M. Cole. THIRD
ROW: J. Anderson, E. Popo, S. Robinson, G. Jones, C. Beck, E. Sampson, E, Sidlow, V, Simp-
kiss, I. Tyler, C. Barber. D. Heacock.
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FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: E. Cooper, G. Milburn, J, Graham, H. Oberg, D. Herbster, R.
Warder, F. Hughes, L. Slatter, Y. Simmons. SECOND ROW: J. Burkee, D, Talley, L. Ray, B,
Norman, L, Sweigart, M, Mann, C. Carey, E. Fulton, J. Segear, T, Profitt, L. Bruton, THIRD
ROW:J, Holliday, S, Stevenson, G.Qui11en, E, Baxter,H. Twaddell,C. Willy, R, Miller, R. McGowen,
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO
RIGHT: C. Scott, E. Jack-
son, D. Boyd, J. Reed, L.
Mareno, S. Brant, M.
Schnaitman, K. Bradour,
M. Everingham, G. Smith,
R. Matteo. SECOND ROW:
J. McCracken, J. Ells-
worth, R. Rosenberger, D.
Urban, S. June, J. Grider,
C. Morris, M. DeFrank, J.
Curry, B. Livesey,C. Har-
ris. THIRD ROW: I... Ben-
der, I... Williamson, J.
Long, T, Lujack, A. Col-
lins, E. Pearson, M. De-
Frank, A. Brown, G. Dan-
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO
RIGHT: D. Garvine, K.
Crupper, C. Haglan, E.
Peters, D. Dunlap, A.Luz-
ak, J, Williams, V, Lalta,
W. Camillo.SECOND ROW:
W, Stobart, J. Jones, D.
Rhea, K. Simpkiss, I..
Frampton, N, Robinson, J,
Wasley, B. McAbee, E.
Grunwell, C. Esbin, R.
Webster. THIRD ROW: T.
Milhous, K. AlIen,H,Hash,
D. Mundell, C. York, L.
Temple, W. Wilkerson, B.
Gensel, W. Middleton, M.
Whittaker, B. Terrell, N,
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO
RIGHT: M. Campbell, J.
Williams, E, Linn, M,
Marshall, K, Hecker, D,
Brown, G. Coleman, SEC-
OND ROW: J. Grayston,
J, Titus, R. Brown, J.
Melling, J. McQuillan, M.
Revis, G. Cantwell, P. Mc-
Farland, D. Chew. THIRD
ROW: T. Poncaka, G. Wint-
czak, R. Truitt, R. Fraz-
ier, K. Dantinne, D, Heffer-
man, J. Gomeck. FOURTH
ROW: R. Giles, E. Abbott,
S. Hash, J. Stafford, D.
Linn, L. Li1ley,W.Hodges,
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FIRST ROW, LEFT TO
RIGHT: D. Rim, M. Fry,
R. White, D. Profitt, K.
Warrington, D. Moore, K.
Kilmon, T. Richardson, B.
Yohe, N.Hobbs,D. Thom-
as. SECOND ROW: W.
Wright, F, Linn, M. Sap-
arosa, L. Webb, E. O'-
Brien, P. Shelton,T. Park-
er, B, Fuller, J. Walls,
M. DiMarino, J. Rideout.
THIRD ROW: D. Clements,
B. McCoy, M. DeShulo, M.
Fedena, M. Kocopy, N. Lof-
land, H. Flower, P. Kim-
ball, D. Barker, W. Jones,
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT:
I, Kobasa, J. Fecondo, H. Simp-
kiss, E. Wright, D. Ferry, R.
Pettica, M. Alvanos, L. Moore
W, Minner, R, Warder, F.
Burde. SECOND ROW: C. Tyler,
A. Bradley, C. Kirby, W. Davis,
J, Samitz, B. Cooney, B. Pal-
ser, G. Harrison, M. Williams,
T. Green, M. Anderson, C.
Schmidt. THIRD ROW: E. Wos-
kiewicy, B. Ruditys, D. Cole-
man, N. Small, F, Brown, M.
Hinson, R. Bannister, J. Mc-
Mullen, G. Butterworth,
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FIRST ROW, LEFT 'FO RIGHT:
P. Thomas, S. Hughes, D.
Whitby, D. Johnson, D. Harris,
K. Smith, W. Scott, S, Thomp-
son, E. Shoup, D. Snow, J.
Hollis. SECDND ROW: J. Temp-
lin, P. Lewis, S. Byrd, M.
Yezuita, R. Yunker, J. Sidlow,
K. Fromal, E. Smerigan, L,
North, B. Mower, J.Cove1esky.
THIRD ROW: J. DiMarino, J.
Heacock, L. McMaster, B.
Kirby, W. Gilger, M. Pitner,
W. Harding, J. Morris, L.
Posey, C. Widmayer.
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT
C. Shivers, M. Baldridge, A.
Pikes, P. O'Brien, J. Malen-
owski, M. Umstead, G. Macken-
zie, R. Bailey, I. Laury. SEC-
OND ROW: A. Bannister, W
Amis, E. Cbombs, C. Miller,
R. Davis, M. Henry, J. Seay
J, Bruton, C. Morris, C. Mid-
dletown, W. Womack. THIRD
ROW: R. Williayns, D, Snyder
D, Anderson, J. Henry, H
Wanner, C. Bailey, L. Bradley
Sfu Jeni Counci
PRESIDENT: Emlyn Jones STUDENT ADVISER: Mr. Robert Nugent
This year's Student Council played host. to the fall district convention of the Philadelphia
Suburban Student Council Association. The Student Council sponsored the third annual bon-
fire, buses to basketball games, and for the first time dances after basketball games. A
new clean-up campaign was inaugurated by offering prizes to the homerooms that showed
the most merit. It is hoped that following councils will continue to improve relations be-
tween students, faculty, and administration.
FRONT ROW, LEFT 'DO RIGHT: I. Kobasa, I, Laury, J. Segear, A. Sack, N. Plummer, W. Gatchell, E,
Jones, D. Camillo, G. Quillen, Mr. Nugent, M. Banton, L. Whitely, S. Brant, SECOND ROW: H. Grunwill
J. Hobbs, P. Burr, C. Walls. K. Smith, M. Burkholder, K. Montello, L. Brown, C. Wohnus, G. Stafford
G. Logue, D. Moore, W. Coalson, B. Johnson. THIRD ROW: D. Doall, J. Yohe, R. Knight, T, D'Amico,
B. Fisher, I... Megonigal, O. Higgins, F. Wiechechi, M. Fisher, J. Narvel, B. Bunner, C. Marshman
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Senior High Aides-First Row fLeft to Righty: D. Dodds, E, Smith, A. Perkins, J. Clayton. Second Row
J, Kester, J. McDonough, Miss Keller, F. Bunch, S. Haney. Third Row: C. Nickle, E, Dionne, J. Trum-
Junior High Aides-Front Row flseft to Righty: G. Rapposelli, D. Wohnus, J. Perry, M. Snow, D. Tully
Second Row: G. Lawrence, J. Maxwell, Miss Keller, J. DiCecco, S, Weeks.
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Anybody want to dance?" 'Whose Class are you Cunin'?" 'Oopsl Missed again."
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voices. The president is Sa dr ierc , and the stu-
dent leaders are Sydney Davies and and ajPierce.
Some activities of the chorus include tliej Candle-
light Service, the Spring Cbncert, May Day, and school
assemblies. The chorus has been a tribute to our
school, and we as seniors thank them for a job well
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The Majorettes consist of eight girls, one head twirler, three featured majorettes and
two mascots Since only three are graduating, we are looking forward to the contmued success
Marianne Coleman and Joan Moore,
head twirler and drum majorette respec-
tively, are graduating this year. We the
senior class, would like to say thanks
to both these girls for a job well done.
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Linda McNeil. From this group Mary Schoen and Carol Wohnus
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f ture of the Junior Hi h Cheerleaders,
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Miss Miades,
F. Snow, G. Lawrence, J. DiCecco,
J. Maxwell, S. Faust, G. Rapposelli.
LEFT TO RIGHT, SEATED: Robert Shields,,ldwa1 Jones, Mildred Pierce, William Dutton 3rd,
Clements, ljarry Quirk, James Terrell, William Feist, STANDING: George Panarello, James Koch,
' Ersek, Edg5r Richards. INSET: Elmer Piercfef
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As in past years, the School Board has done an outstanding
job. We would like to thank them for their assistance in making
our school a better place in which to obtain an education.
STAGE CREW CAST
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The class of '59' presented
g ip a three act mystery comedy en-
L ' titled 'Cbme Out of the Closet',
on November 21, 1958.
An old saying in the theater
goes 'A poor dress rehearsal means
a smash performance'. The cast
came through in the true spirit
of the stage with the best play
Chichester has seen in many years.
'I got him!"
MDOTVF YOU dare hit mY Geofgel' 'I felt another attack coming on."
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JENNY POTTS Jeanetta Keeth
IRENE GLEASON Jean Mannering
HILDA HAWKINS Dolly Jenkins
MRS. MALONE Judy Clayton
GEORGE HANSON Butch Kates
HERCULES JONES Jerry Hill
OFFICER SWEENEY Barry Bunner
ABE-IE PHILIPS Dawn Lewis
MR. CUTTER Wayne Smith
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The Athletic Council is composed of fourteen faculty members and
a member of the School Board. The Council has put forth great effort
to offer the Chichester students greater advantages in sports partici-
The Athletic Association is in charge of purchasing all athletic
equipment and awarding accolades of merit to those players who are
entitled to wear the Chichester 'C."
This year a sports first will be initiated at Giichesterg The first
Chichester track team will emerge from the Locker Room this spring.
We wish to thank the Athletic Association for their splendid work.
LEFT TO RIGHT, SEATED: l-I. Plummer, W. Dutton, J. Dougherty, M, Kalickman,
L. Barnett, G. Dunn, A. Apichella, STANDING: E. Richards, M. Lashendock, J,
Marcus, J. Hopton, J, Kazlo, R. Nugent, E. Peters, J. McNitt.
LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: V. Lovelace, E, Bradley,J, Bender, F, Byrd, R. Temptlin, D. Krentz,
K. Haney, H. Whitby, T. Sculley, F. Schnaitman, B. Allen, B. Ricci, W, Byrne, T, Moser, A, Apichella.
SECOND ROW: M. Lashendock, V, Bohenek, D. I-Iinson, R. Loher, J. Narvel, H. Ashman, B, Driscoll,
A, Weisler, M. Weidel, W. Coleman, J. Mareno, J. Conte, J. Marantino, B. Byrant, W, Hill, D. Jones,
J. Marcus. THIRD ROW: A. Evans, J. Ralston, C. Fry, B. Ross, K, Bunzell, D, Fry, O. Higgins, E. Shank
P. Lawson, E. Jones, D. Laury, J. Beck,-R. Burridge.
Predicted to lose every game they played, the football team surprised everyone except
themselves by ending the 1958 season with five wins and two losses,
Playing football in Section Ill for the last time, the team, losing only two games, ended up
in second place.
The season ended on a bright note as we had our annual bonfire on a Friday night, The
next day the team went on to upset our arch-rival lnterboro, the team that won the section
Ill title, We were credited for their only loss in league play.
LEFT TO RIGHT, COACHES: M. Lashendock, A. Apichella,
J. Marcus, J. Kazlo.
CHICHESTER SHARON HILL
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H. Whitby, T. Sculley, E. Jones, D. Laury, SECOND
ROW: Y. Bohenek, J, Ralston, R. Ross, D. Fry, E. Shank,
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Ever since Mr. Richards put up the
trophy between Glen Nor fnow Interboroj
and Chichester six years ago, the games
have been hard fought and well played
thrillers. The team of 1958 carried plenty
of spirit and pep into the affray and came
out victorious with both game and trophy.
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FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: S, Robinson, S, Tillery, L, Holden, R, Thomas, H. Duson, R. Morgan,
Harris, SECOND ROW: L, Bradley, L. Whittaker, B. Kirby, L. Byrne, C, Clements, L, Peticca, D. O'Shea,
S. Holland, K, Hill. STANDING: D. Clements, N. McNeil, J, Womack, D, Griggs, R, Rinehimer,Mr,Kaz1o,
A, Sack, F, Wiechecki, V. Bland, R, Knight, C, White,
Enjoying one of the better seasons in many a year, the Chichester Junior Eagles had a
banner year in football and basketball, The football team coached by Mr. Kazlo displayed
amazing power and speed. Another bright side was the support received by the team from
Mr. Nugent's Junior High basketball teams were not to be denied either. The ninth grade
team especially showed an abundance of talent. The prospects on these teams gave evidence
of a bright future on the hardwood and football field respectively. It will be interesting to
see the end product of these underclassmen in two or three years.
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: W. Hipkins, H. Duson,
S. Womack, W. Coalson, D, Hefton, C, White. SECOND
ROW: K. Hill, L. Scott, S. Tillery, D, Fuller. THIRD
ROW: J. Posey, R. Rinehimer, Mr. Nugent, A, Sack,
FIRST ROW, LEFT 'IO RIGHT: T. Parker, J. Wasley
J. Williams, R. Webster, L. Frampton, O. Whitby, E
Brousseau, C Haglan, H. White, F. Pisani, H. Grunwell,
R. McCoy, J. Rideout, S. Stienmacher, H. Hash, F,
Milhous. THIRD ROW: L. McMaster, M, DeFrank, L
Bradley, W, Wilkerson, Mr. Nugent, D. Brown, B. Brene-
man, R, Williams, E. Herman.
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: J . Palser, E. Huddle, J. Caramanico, G. Burke, S. Pierce, S. Webster
A. Perkins, S. Waters, S. Weidel, L. Ginns. SECDND ROW, LEFT 'IU RIGHT: F. Savin, P. Lawrence, L.
McNeil, D, Jones, H. McGuire, C Wohnus, J. Mannering, B. Simpkiss, J. Bail, E. Smith, B. Zinzer,
A, Hollis, C. Jardine, J. Perry. THIRD ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: M. Banford, M. Alexander, G. William-
son, J, Simpkiss, D. Camillo, M. Schoen, D. Seward, A, Clark, L. Bradley, C. Simpers, S, Weekes, R
Gensel, Miss Dunn.
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FIRST ROW, LEFT 'IO RIGHT: J. Caramanico, G. Burke,
S, Pierce, S, Webster, A. Perkins. SECOND ROW, LEFT
TO RIGHT: Miss Dunn, H. McGuire, C. Wohnus, J. Manner-
ing, B, Simpkiss. M. Schoen, E. Smith, M. Alexander.
LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: B. Fisher, W. Inman, H. Whitby, R. Lober, L. Pearson. SECOND ROW:
R. Lawrence, N. Sack, J. Dougherty, O. Higgins, D. Hinson, T, D'Amico.
The 1959 Eagles came out of the fight with battered feathers and sore wings, as they
finished near the cellar. Four seniors completed the season for the Eagles, with many pros-
pects returning next year. The Eagles had spirit, but lacked the spark necessary for a suc-
cessful season. We, the seniors, sincerely hope that next year's team has not only the spirit
but also the spark needed for a victorious season.
LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: C. Feltcher, B. Burke, J. Bender, E. Urban, B. Driscoll. SECOND ROW:
J. Penn, G. Wanner, T. Hutchins, J. Hopton, B. Yunker, J. Byrne.
'Buck' Whitby 'Bruz' Sacher
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Levi Pearson Ollie Higgins
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Left to right, First
Rowg -D. Doallg R.
Thorpeg J, Wil1isgJ,
Crantg M, Bannisterg
M. Kockg C. Simpers,
Second Row: D. Hub-
er, D. Wohnusg S.
Weeksg H, Turner: C.
Lyonsg D. Whittakerg
D, Sewardg D. Cam-
illog P. Burr. Stand-
ing: J. Bellg C. Hol-
landg M. Bartowg L,
Barnettg S. Weidelg M,
Priceg B. Zinzer,
40 Collingdale 40
15 Eddystone 22
24 Interboro 39
29 Clifton Heights 20
27 Ridley Park 30
23 Sharon Hill 25
27 Yeadon 17
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Nickleg S. Pierceg E.
Bailg S. Websterg D.
Jones. Second Row: G.
Butkeg L. lvi:Neilg A.
Clark: T. Briscoe: H.
McGuire. Standing: J.
Bellg C, Hollandg M.
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Barnettg M. Schoeng S. C -
Weidel: M. Priceg B.
31 Collingdale 60
42 Eddystone 61
46 lnterboro 35
42 Clifton Heights 65
33 Ridley Park 16
43 Sharon Hill 31
64 Yeadon 42
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Left to right, seated: G. Burkeg E. Smithg S. Pierceg C. Nickle. Stand-
ing: S. Websterg C Wohnusg M. Schoeng T. Briscoeg H. McGuire.
Smith: N, Jones: J. 3
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Take me to your leader' -Peek-a-b0Ol
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'Get those rebounds' 'It's bigger than both of us' 'The Munchers' Association
Thomas Morris leave my vocabulary book to Mr. Law.
Robert Ross leave my speed to Mole.
Helen Dorothy McGuire leave my all around sports
ability to Diane Silvia Pierce.
Jeanetta Keeth leave Mrs. Woerth's Home Ec class to
anyone who can digest it,
Robert Todd leave Latin to the Romans.
Janet Marie Reed leave my shorthand homework to any-
one who wants two hours homework.
George H. Hill leave my seat in the mat room to my
Sandra Newlin leave my leaky shorthand pen to any
drip who wants it.
Nancy Bail leave my fire twirlingability to Nancy Jones.
Mae Harris leave my seat at the basketball games to
my brother Bob.
Janet Alwine leave all my twelfth grade vocabulary
words to all those poor juniors.
Barrie Bunner leave all the fun lhad in twelfth grade
to anyone with a good sense of humor.
Wayne Hill leave my honor roll ability to Hilda King,
Dolly Jenkins leave my Seisarcnysoidi to anyone who
can decipher it.
Walter Byrne leave my hardwood bed at football camp
to my brother Lew.
Helen Dobbs leave my intellectual facilities to any
underclassman who might need them,
Chickie Caramanico leave my Home Ec meals to who-
ever can eat the fastest.
Judy Clayton leave my books to anybody with the strength
to carry them.
Toni lacono leave my driving ability to Joanne Cairo.
Ken Haney leave my weight to Butch 'Moose' Moran.
Bonnie Jean Dias leave chemistry lah location 313 to
Sydney Davies leave the halls of Chichester to my
brothers Thomas and George.
Dot Hudson leave Chichester to marry Bob.
Emlyn Howard Jones leave my football ability and
weight to Kenny Bunsel.
Barbara E. Poore leave my maiden name behind.
Earl G. Jester leave my bass drum to Wayne Heacock.
Rose Madford leave Mr. McNitt to my brother Tom.
Karen McClelland leave my height to any tall person.
Helen Riley leave my school days to Carolyn Laury.
Ann Kennerly leave, my bleach bottle to anyone crazy
enough to bleach their hair.
Linda Wittaker leave school to do some traveling.
Verna Feltcher leave my job in Mr. McNitt's office to
the poor junior who gets it.
Andy Lovelace leave my rank as colonel to Bob Bryant.
Claire Ann Titus leave going steady for marriage.
Emily La Rue leave my pencils and books to my brother
Frances Herman leave my slim figure to Dolores
James Tutlo leave my hair to anyone who needs it,
Lane Nelson leave Al to the mercy of Mr. McNitt.
Don Fry leave school to all the small Fry that want it.
'Charlotte Burk leave getting up early to Geraldine
Ollie Higgins leave my nickname "oceanhead'.
Dave Laury leave my knowledge to Mel Tyler.
Jean Garrett leave all my unfinished homework to my
Marlyn Ferry leave riding bumpy buseslevery morning
to anyone who had a strong constitution.
Mary Bowers leave all my high school problems to
my sister Janet.
Gen Burke leave my strawy blonde hair to add to my
brother Bernie's bird nest.
Anne Perkins leave the yearbook to the poor unsus-
Betty Dionne leave two hours of shorthand homework
to anyone who wants it.
Sandy Webster leave my Twin Oaks route through Q71
mud to Doris, Sandy, Linda, and Bobby B,
Christine Nickle leave my library work to who ever
Pat Darcy leave my senior year debts to any million-
aire who can pay them. P
Sharon Holt leave my natural blonde hair to anyone
who has run out of bleach.
William Steele leave my English book to Charles Moran.
Vince Bohenek leave my brains to Ray Burridge.
Betsy Lee Simpkiss leave my honor roll marks to my
Levi Pearson leave my unused band music to Jack
Faith Connolly leave my math classes to my brother
Dorothy Flowers leave my "Early'to bed, early to rise'
motto to Mr. Nugent.
Sandra Pierce leave my height to anyone who likes to
be stepped on in the halls.
Bonnie Moerk leave my love for "Chi"to Jane DeShul1o.
Dawn Lewis leave my senior classes to Ed Bass Qif
he ever makes ity.
Beverly Irene Harris leave my shorthand ability to
Joan Moore leave my job as head majorette to any girl
who has a loud voice.
Mary Schoen leave the color guard for Sarah Kirby to
march in on those nice hot ninety-four degree days.
Janice Wasley leave the spirit of my youth to Chi-
Irene Catherine Rutter leave my half of the bassoon
section in the band to Phyllis Shropshire.
Buck Whitby leave my comb to Jesse Bender.
Gary Scott leave my saxophone to Mr. Hoover.
Tom Sculley leave the key to the mat room to Jim Mar-
Jacqueline McDonough leave working in the library to
anyone who will give up all their studyhalls.
Louise Costa leave school with pleasure.
Jerry Ganster leave my wonderful marks?? to anyone
who needs them.
Sandy Bryant leave my good marks?? to anyone who
can pass with them.
Carol Wohnus leave my new nose to my sister Dolores.
Arthur R. Zacharias leave Mr. Law's English class to
Earl L, Shank leave my heavy beard to Dave Krentz.
Charles Hillson leave school to anyone who wants it.
Jessica Thompson leave my pocketful of chewing gum
wrappers to my sister.
Eleanor Smith leave my pink corroded sweater and
blue stained skirt to all future chemistry students to
remember to be careful.
Kathryn Montello leave my shades to anyone taking a
Ed Martin leave my ability to drop transmissions to
Dave Bates leave my sense of rhythm to Art Sciochetti.
Judy Grady leave all my joys and sorrows from my
senior year to the class of '60.
Mary Catherine Hulings leave my long blonde hair to
Rita Segear leave with Tom.
Mrs. Elizabeth Reed
Irene 81 Hughie
Joyce Si Joe
Mr, 81 Mrs. Robert Webster
Sandi 81 Freddy
Mr. Ki Mrs, Fred Green
Mr. 81 Mrs. John Dias
Mr, 81 Mrs. Neal McCafferty
Mr. 81 Mrs.
Mr. 81 Mrs.
Harvey W. Rutter
Mrs, Anna Collins
Mr. 81 Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs. Abner N. Merkland
Mr. 81 Mrs.
Mr. gl Mrs.
Mr, Si Mrs. Clarence White
Mr. Sz Mrs. Elwood E. Skinner
Merritt Nickerson, J r,
Bob gl Pat
Robert D. R. Nugent
Jean 81 Mike
Mr. 81 Mrs. John R. Jester
Mr. Sz Mrs. Lanes J. Smith, Jr.
Mr, gl Mrs. Edward Seltzer
Mr. gl Mrs. Edgar Seltzer
A, J. Tancredi
Mr. Ernest L. Peters
Jane L. Keller
Mrs. Nellie Christ
Mr, 81 Mrs. George Milnes
Harry Bi Bo
Mildred S. Barracliff
Marshall 81 Katheryn
Jimmy Si Helen
Marilou 81 Johnnie
Lou Si Joanne
John Si Carol
Mr. 81 Mrs. William Forwood
Mr. 81 Mrs, Franklin H, Yeager
Mr. gl Mrs.
Mr. 81 Mrs.
Mr. 81 Mrs.
Mr. 81 Mrs.
Mr. 81 Mrs.
Ralph I. Bail
Mr. 81 Mrs.. Phillips
Mr, Si Mrs. Paul Melton
Mr. Bi Mrs. John Harris
Angeline J acono
Mr. 81 Mrs. George Shrom
Mr. 81 Mrs.
Mr, gl Mrs. James A. McNitt
Mr. 81 Mrs. H. L. Hutchison, Jr.
Mr, gl Mrs, A. T. Apichella
Mr. gl Mrs. U. R. Hardy
Mr, 81 Mrs, L. M. Hoover
Mr. 81 Mrs. Warren Ogden
Mr. Si Mrs. John McMunigal
Mr. 81 Mrs. James C, McQueston
Mr, gl Mrs. James S. Pusey
Mr. gl Mrs. Herbert Tinley
Mr. 8: Mrs. Francis Umstead
Mr. 81 Mrs. R. Ronald Steele
Mr, 81 Mrs. George Lober
Mr. gl Mrs. William J. Peters
Mr. Si Mrs. Joseph Baker
Mr, 81 Mrs George Lober, Jr.
Mr, Sr Mrs.
Mr. gl Mrs. Paul R. Kates
Mr. 81 Mrs. Franklin Kates
Mr. gl Mrs. George Maxwell
Mr. 81 Mrs. Lloyd Thoemke
Mr. 8: Mrs. Jack Downie
Mr. Si Mrs. Forrest Downer
Mrs. Susie Smith
Mr. 8: Mrs. Ted Dyer
Satch 81 Verline
Jimmy 81 Jeanette
Bob 8: Betsy
Lew Si Janet
Wessie 81 Nancy
Mr. gl Mrs. Vincent Bohenek
Mr. 8: Mrs. Howard K. Plummer
Patricia K. Woerth
Mr. gl Mrs. Ralph Shorm
Mr. gl Mrs. Raymond Armstrong
Mr. gl Mrs. George Lober
Mr, Si Mrs. Murrell Inman
Mr. gl Mrs. Alfred King, Sr.
Mr. 81 Mrs. George Merker
Mr. 81 Mrs. LeRoy Haskell
Mr. Si Mrs. Walter Reed
Mr. Si Mrs. Milton Kalickman
Mr. 81 Mrs, Lewis G. Bruke
Mr. Si Mrs. Charles J. Mosser
Mr. Si Mrs. John L. Cahall
Dot Bt Nelson
Mr. gl Mrs. J. Richard Jester
Mr. 81 Mrs. Robert Wohnus
Betty Si Bill
Sandra 81 Lovey
Mr. 81 Mrs. Lee S. Hollis
Nancie Sz Ollie
Mr. Si Mrs. Homer Woodall
Arthur R. Zacharias
Mr. Arthur R. Zacharias
Mrs. M. Zacharias
Miss S. Scherr
Miss M. Davis
Mr. 8: Mrs. Michael Lashendock
Mr. 81 Mrs. Williamson
Mr. Si Mrs. J. Sack
Mr. Robert Seitz
Mr. gl Mrs. Joseph DeAugustine
Miss G. Dunn
Mr, gl Mrs. John F, Dougherty
Mr, 8 Mrs. William Everngham
Mr. 81 Mrs. Larry Huddle
Mr. John C. Marcus
Mr. James Hopton
Mr. Bt Mrs. Charles Dehner
Mr. 8: Mrs. E. O. Kershner
Mrs. Reita L. Smith
Mr, gl Mrs. Gary Panovec
Miss Lillian M. Barnett
Mr. 81 Mrs. Edgar E. Richards
Mr. 81 Mrs. Paul Everhart
Miss Mary Elizabeth Little
Mr. Simon Krudo
Bruz Sz Marianne
Dot Sz Bob
Mr. gl Mrs. Thomas M, McTigue
Mr. Austin Knowles
Frank Si Ruthanne
Mr. 81 Mrs. Eino Hillson
Mr. 81 Mrs. Charles Burk
Mr. 81 Mrs. Morris LaRue, Sr.
Judy gl John
Mr. 8: Mrs. James Bowers
Mr. 81 Mrs. W. E. Grady
Mary Sz Emlyn
Mr. 81 Mrs. Michael Feltcher
Mr. Si Mrs. Rodney Warren, Sr.
Jerry 81 Ginny
Mr, Si Mrs. Gerald Dionne
Jessica Anne Thompson
Mr. Si Mrs. Stephen Darcy
John 81 Mary Hearn
Mr. 81 Mrs. W. Mannering
Mr. gl Mrs. Robert T. Frost
Miss V. Betty Miades
Mr. 81 Mrs. E. Harris
Miss Helen Knox
Mr. 81 Mrs. Ray Murray
Mr. 81 Mrs. James McDonough
Mrs. Jeanette Keeth
Mr. 81 Mrs. Herbert Stafford
Mrs. Jeanette Dougherty
Mr. Si Mrs. Walter Holt
Mr. 81 Mrs. Ralph Perkins
Mr. gl Mrs. Howard Whitby
Mr. 81 Mrs. Joel Wasley
Wayne 81 Hilda
Mr. St Mrs. Earl L, Shank, Sr.
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