Upper Darby High School - Oak Yearbook (Upper Darby, PA)

 - Class of 1937

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This simple deslc is the symbol of the thing our whole educational system is based on-information-and so we hope this 1937 Oalc may help you to truly appreciate the often seen but little thought of things that go to malce up our school life. 4bA c 7 elif 6. 7"-X", Q ' ' X A N xx The heavy hand of advisership has not deprived Mr. Shenlc of his good-will and sense of humor, two qualities which have flavored our class activities and encouraged student response. He has consistently disregarded the three o'cloclc bell as an order to cease work and has employed the extra afternoon hours in tireless labor to put '37 on the top. No detail has been too unimportant to attend, no problem too dif- ficult to solve. The following pages will not only bring baclc to us associations with him, but we hope that in them Mr. Shenlc will find pleasant remembrances of the class for which he has done so much- 1937. cgzr ilneir unfiring egorfs on our lmelzauq we cleclicafe flnfa yeurlzoog fo our class advisers- Ofniss Cjfzralz Cgiclnarzfs and Ofnr. Qlayfon dznenk eclzcaiion . . . Miss Sarah l. Richards has also served our class with sincere devotion and utmost respon- sibility. When she was not acting as chief dieti- cian for the refreshments during the past toll or tending to all ticlcet sales, she was straightening out student problems and generally pushing the class farther ahead. ,lust because she is the smaller part of our advisership does not mean that she had no big ideas which always helped in putting the class activities over with a bang. Miss Richards has steadily done a great deal of fundamentally important worlc for which there was afterwards little applause, and we sincerely hope that the following pages will illuminate the lcaleidoscope of memories for her as adviser to the class of 1937. if wwf' 1684 1779 1786 1835 1891 1894 1896 1919 1920 1926 1928 1930 1937 all fjdllool ggsfory A land grant was made to William Garrett by the founder of Pennsylvania William Penn. Settlers on this land assembled to purchase grounds on which to erect a school, The first little grey stone school-house was built. A Free School System was adopted in Pennsylvania. The first free public school in Upper Darby was placed under the direction of lsaac Garrett. The first alumni reunion was held in the new briclc building which had been built to take the place of the smaller stone one. Upper Darby Senior l-ligh School was established under the direction of Miss Elizabeth D. Turner, principal. The commencement of the First graduating class of Five students was held. The new building Cwhich is the front part of the present high schoolj was completed. The ground in baclc of the school was graded and, in dedication to those who lost their lives in the World War, was named Memorial Athletic Field. Because ol the growth in enrollment an addition of thirty-three rooms was constructed. Six more rooms were annexed to talce care of the many incoming students. The new ,lunior High School was completed, thus doing away with a part of the over-crowded conditions in the high school. The graduation of one of the most illustrious classes in the history of the school occurred. Q ANGLES 4.193 K 1g.yy....., ..., , Ak,k 9 "l. x rw rf 5 5"fq,if"' 'F 4 v ww 1,-, ' ..-uw., . . A Z -' Q . .Ex--'f v- . 5 511 L , .M- gp' V X - . fmt '-121 1--if ' " ,N Baia . . . , ,-. fa v---A ' Vw., - , FWZ' '? ? 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L -1 Q A 1 ' ' , , 1 4 5 - , 1 ' 1 ' Til 5"- "K "4 :"4 "'- 'f """ "NJ , 1'1'5'1',,i4zWS '1 1 X: " 1 X L I 2 QI ' i 1 f 2 3 g ,Z .. , I 1 ,I 1 ' 1 :- I I ,- f' l ' ' , X V J ' f 1' 9 ! Q ' L ,1 h ,qx,: Stn tw, ,,,,-,,., 2 ' V - f A L3 a 5 f P f ' g.. 1 .,...h...M-M m-...Q K ,i 2- L- s W l Y in ,-, f N A x if rf' X.- , ..- I Q 'N A U '-. N-.,, :wi B.A. English V. Ardls l John S. Billingslea B.A., M.A. Hislory FACULTY Helen S. Abrams Ralph M. Anderson Lillian E. Bock R. Wayne Boyd B.A., M.A. B.S., NLS. B.S., M.A. Ph.B., LL.B. Hlslory History Mathematics English William C. Sampson john H. Tyson Ph.B., Sc.D. B.S., M.A. Superintendent Principal Charles M. Brooke PGH' COFOY B.A. B.S., M.Ed. Hlnory Hiafory 'AW 5 if V ,G -A , 1, In i 15. wq,,,,, A, g,o,i,,, F A Carl L. Cluaxron Ph,B, ' ' . B.A. Malhemalics ' , SPOIIISVI , -41 -M12-, - EW W' ' "X" .. npr ,. . . , SEV William R. Buckwaller Florence M. Clegg 1 B.S., M.A. Ar! Commercial l10l Charlotte S. Chrlrmun Magdalene L. Dale J. Frank Dame Clyde R. Denllif B.A., M.A. B.A., M.A. B.S., M.Ed. B.A., M.A. Commercial Meal: French French l sr G! John L. Diehl Michael Dorrl B.A., M.A. M.M. Mathematica Music on A Helen M. Ferree Jane! Forcey B.A., B.Pd., M.A. B.A., M.A. English English 1 5 Fred G. Forsgard Lydla J. Forler Commercial Home Economics ' 2 . ' lb. V V l 0 William C. Geyer Lewis O. Goa: B.S., M.Ed. B.A. - 'E 'K lnduslrial Aris History -A . K 3 ' 'CTA .J l Jennie R, Fry Edllh Gqukrgdgey Alice M. Goodman Mahlon R. Greiner Physlcal Educarion B.A., M.A. B-S. Commercial English F A C U L T Y Spanish Randolph Grlmmerl Agnes B. Grunberg Pll.B. B-A-1 M.A. Hlslory German Dqyld D, M, Hqupr Herbert S. Herzog B,S,, M,A, B.S., M.A. Muglg Physical Education 1 l Annene Hagenbuch John F, Harp B.S., M.A. B.A., M.A., B.D,, Th-D. Commercial English George W. Hoehler Charles W. Holmes BS., M.S. B.A. Industrial Arr: Regislrar Wllllarn J. Harnllron Edwin L. Harer B.S., M.A. B.A. Commercial Science 1'- Walrous H. Irons Grace M. Jones B.A., M.A. B.S. Commercial Home Economics William S. Kehl Lucretia M, Kerr B.A., M.A. B.S. Science Commercial Julia S. Miller Canoll R. McDonnell B.S. B.S. Science Home Economics I' I we 'ff .R Q' 1 lf X g I . E. Luclle Noble PGUI K- Noel B.A., M.A. B-A-, M-A- Latin Enellsh . IS. ef Clayton K. Shenk Marion Scott B.S., M.Ed. H B.S. History Physical Education Merle I. Koch B.A., M.A. English Thomas J. Milne Ruth A. Leaman Ph.B. Librarian Fenn Minacci Mary L. Lukens Zlta E. Mallon B.A., M.A. B.S. Educational Dean ol Girls Measurements English is' is B.C.S. B.S. Commercial Commercial Charles H. Morrls Floyd H. Neff F A C U L T Y B.A. B.S., M.A. English Science Arthur W. Packer Industrial Arts gh X' nj, or ...I , .,. I I frlsfi - 1. s ' ,f:fg.a'.,y:. ' wife Nan M. Scott B.S. Commercial Chelsy G. Remley B.S., M.S. Science Dean E. Shull B.S. Mathematics Sarah I. Richards Wllllam T. Rule Commercial B.S., M.B.A. Commercial Geoffrey van B. Slagle Emma H. Sommerlield B.A. B.S., M.A. Mathematics Science I1 McKinley H- Stevens Wllllam J. E. Stewart B.S. ' ' Science Commercial A B.A., M.A. 3' ,ae i, 5 4. v ' iii" 15.5, ' ' fl 'N 4 'i - gf' " W , Lf-V .,gm.s3t' , -' '- M. Louise Steele joseph E. Stermer B. A. B. A. English Latin L FACULTY F - M, Doris E. Stone Edson C. Strange , ' n.L.E. s.s., M.S. Librarian Science Mary A. Taylor Elisabeth D. Turner B.A., M.A. Librarian Emeritus French F We s- ., . 11' 0 E. Bruce Thomas Stanley F. Twaes , Ray G. Wallick Maizie Weil B.A., M.A. B.S., M.A. ' B.S., M.S. B.S. Hlstory Mathematics History Engligh Frances F. Weimer B S M A. lk Alma G. Wolstenholme School Nurse Roy W. Wolfgang Charles L. Wood B.S. B.S., B.D., M.A. Physical Education History Margaret N. Yerlxes VY 3 B.A. l 'English English No! qlnulno wilhoul the camera! Hard al work on lhe parade Yu, all Gaul is dividcd into three paris '94 ,Q Glva me a loo! on 9 Iooler, Dolll ,li , 3 ' A A wg 'Q , ', ' 2 'X 12 4- 'ir ' Q , gf9:'2x., R' 5 if ,r K Y " I' r ix 1 , tr 5 - I-I ' A Now boys and girls Tha! las! acl was hrriblol 3 sw ,. ,vii I Q i Those cursed 3 x 5's Whur's all the nxciismenl Now, last weak al rho Garrlcl: 56' as Tum to o clson pogo In your notebook Walt, . . . Ono day? ,I 'i' Who-o-o-o I '30 was lunny Thot Burk certainly Holla? Must be u good story I Tump-tit-o-um-tum I x Get out there and tight Pretty sonous busi- ness eh wot 7 And, so the prmce slow the Qiant . . . wif Loolu Illro o tort in tho olfingl Gr-r-r-r-rl You my that Jomes got o red mark 'ISI QUL0 JM! W8 alll! QUIT f0I' M9 .,. v-' 0 , :-- -gi .-.4 . 1 f ,Ds I HRT. 'CLI' ' ---A .,,,,....' T' 3934 X f , .u .M 4 I 5 . v..1gjf.1I f ,aw 1 L ,xp -...vi f' . . , 'MV' H6 CLASS OFFICERS JAMES SCI-IELLENGER . President ALBERT PRICE . . , , Vice-President BETTY I-IANNAN . . . . Secretory WALTER POTTS . . , . . Treasurer SENIOR EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Front row-sitting, left to right: M. l-lollman, T. Reice, M. Edler, B. Hannon, A. Price, Sclwellenger, W. Potts, M, Williams, R. Yerger, E. Wolf, E, Waite. Second row: Mr. Shenlc, R. Free, G. Rosser, F. l-lohn, J. Pryse, D. Schodewold, E. I-leflin, M. Boonin R. I-loocl, G. Endicott, Miss Richards. Third row: J. Price, G. Cresta, J. McConnell, K. Mink, D. Collins, J. I-logy, N. Clark, R. Huebner Fourth row: J. Bradin, J. Cornell, R. Owings, D. Golf, l-l. Slack. ff' 960 C"J""Uvf ' fra L, ,911 fly Lili' J'-fl'-'71 0 ' ii' , "" : f'Wf f 2 , Q THOMAS HARGRAVES AlNswoRrH, JR. V, PE 908 Mason Avenue, Drexel Hill Yi-Q -To-'M---1 U 6 9140 ?, scnnnff. - Gold , ff? SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Upi-Dah 3, Q., alll' M ,. Art Editor 4. gi l .. ny .IL le. CLASS: may Q, 3, 4, Dance committee Q, 3, 4, Party 2' ,.gfffig.g ,fjQft Committee Q, 4. 'i"iQ1g.i 'g ag CLUBS:Algetrarca 3, 4, History 4, Pleiades Q, 3, 4, Rifle Q, 3, 4. fig., ' gli?-. .',. - MARY JOSEPHINE ALEXANDER Woodside and Ashland Avenue, Secane General - Gold CLUBS: Choral 3, 4, Library 9, 3, Rifle 2. ELIZABETH l. ALLISON 802 Garret Road, Upper Darby 'Commercial - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Upi-Dah Agent 2. CLASS: Dance Committee Q, 3, 4, Party Committee 2, 3, 4, Play Committee 4. CLUBS: Choral 9, 3, Rifle 3, 4. DOROTHY ELIZABETH ANDERSON 51 North Lynn Boulevard, Upper Darby Commercial - Gold SCHOOL: Acorn Agent 9. CLASS: Dance Committee 3. CLUBS: Le Cercle lfrancais 3, 4, Library 4. SPORTS: Basketball Numerals 4. ARTHUR CHESTER ARCHER 88 Hartley Road, Lansdowne Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3, 4, Band Letter 4, Drum Maior 3, 4. CLASS: Play Committee 3, 4. L 119 1 A is ' - 9,9 ' .- -,.q-5.2 u.:. .'ti': l . .. 1"- . 1 at . f.-,'.f.n , y ,I Q.. .., 4 V .. .w ,. ',.g .7-13 .. ,:...iC:g -..-. it I ,fly . ..-s..4, .' ' -QL!!-si .3 ill, . 'J Upper Darby's well-beloved main entrance in a more peaceful pose than the usual hub-bub warrants t BETTY ARNDT Q K 335 Stonehurst Court, Upper Darby Academic Purple SCHOOL Athletic Association 2, 3 4 Honor Roll lg'-5 CLASS Oalc 4 Dance Commtttee9 3 4 Memorial -'2ysre'5 Day Committee 3 Party Committee 3, 4 tft:, fi:g1C?:"e. ' " t s Iizfiiftlfil 5 ,, .. :fs - ' 1 3 .,-3,--'gl -Ll QT: mi., it , , Q , .,.-:Q '. .f .1 t - - 1 'E H If ' . 5" gf 53. tv-,nl --E B ' '3FSi'?5?U' f4:E?5i?" . t F I?" It D ,. Aj l I l l u W '53 Jef' A 3 1 i - -, -L t , gy IQ ' 1 1 1 1 ,, ,, , 1. . , . . 1 .1 ' 2. 2" , . I A"'-22'-E? las' "P l 3 'f-'I-: tm .A CLUBS: Algetrarca 3, 4, Latin Q, 3, 4, Rifle 2, 4. 1: .-1 :fir ' '- L ' 7 f f 1- - E25 .-" ' ith' 55355. FP-' I 5 1.-1.-':--1: I' 5: gf . nfs, ' , fJ:.-1'2-.- 1.-l 1 '.'.'e,"-'Z "g"j:3f'J.-, L H1 . :r':"x E 5-11-Rib, , . .E' '. . . L, 1 .. :smith ri -f. ' ...f1, 4, D ,- '4"'t..'-Hfz' Lxw .' , 1 , 4 - , , .gtuzfr DOROTHY LOUISE BACHER 466 Burnley Lane, Drexel Hill General - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3, 4. CLUBS: Dramus, Chorus 3, 4. LOUISE EMMA BACHMAN A great majority of the class fun and toil has lain locked behind this imposing front 6908 Guilford Road, Upper Darby General - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, Acorn Agent 2, Upi-Dah Agent Q. ' CLASS: Dance Committee 2, Party Committee 2. CLUB: Choral 2. GEORGE W. BALL 3427 Albemarle Avenue, Drexel Hill General - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Acorn Agent 9, Band Letter 4, Upi-Dah Agent 2. CLUB: Commerce 3. I l9Ol 7 1,1-3'72,fk:4f1L-4 '4'f'rV JU? S cj ALBERT EVAN BAKER 123 Terrace Avenue, Upper Darby Scientific - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4. CLUB: Rifle 2. X , t 1 .- -' ROBERT BARR f 721 Collenbrook Avenue, Drexel Hill , " ' ,g 1- ".F1'TJiu114'1:-. 213,131.42 Beg: ' General - Gold ""A'- 9 sq.,--:Q 1 SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4. i CLASS: Party Committee 3, Play Committee 3, 4. 'th' V CLUBS: Dramus, Executive Committee 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Lf, Junior lzaak Walton League 3, 4, Rifle 3. : f- gy' 'A"L 3 5- :.1l.: V Alll .. GRACE MARGARET BARRY 4023 Rosemont Avenue, Drexel Hill A Commercial - Gold - SCHOOL: Acorn Agent 4, Upi-Dah 4. A CLASS: Party Committee Q. CLUBS: Commerce 4, Pleiades Q, 3, 4, Rifle 3. SPORTS: Basketball Numerals 4. f. ':'- ggi- r., - li V- L I.. H, M. 2 . Eff " .. V. ,.-iz -. - '. ,:.'.,s2- by-,Z I -,z -ww .1 i:...'5.sv,2,,,-, . .111 "iii: zf- - ' MARGOT JOSEPHINE BATTY 356 Upland Way, Drexel Hill Commercial - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. CLASS: Party Committee 2, Sticker Committee 4. CLUB: Rifle 4. MARY JANE BASTIS 156 Barrington Road, Upper Darby Academic - Gold CLUB: Choral 4. 'fcvlll X 1 J ,M l'.'l.,uaf JOHN FRANCIS BAXTER -- ii Ll, N5 124 North Carol Boulevard, Upper Darby , A f General - Gold !W46 A7172 7 SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. l91l Mr. Forsgand's pupils can hope for no outside relief from typing tests while this sign decorates the door - nmsa no :mr mm 1 4 'J 5 -Q. - ,.,f,,,f,. . ., gl. " -,1',fg',1'7 ,-:Z ,Q ' f -fr-P 2.9-: f-' iffy +1 .9253 - - --.1 . , 11' ni H ' "'i"'.+ his-: J'9:l'J'A '. .. 1- .,.,.. I hy. ' ,531-gr, ,lawn : . - :"'ii.' f., I ,:1-lf? , -4 .1 -, ve' , '-ff, ff --.-rf: -1-SJ? I: . .1r.- .- 5, 5 :s'af5fg?."g? ,,.f,. ,, - ' Ylffirpg Qfalig J fi: A gT?f'2XE1354' --l..,' :Ei 'j' ' EE , ,, E' A . '3'VN9' saiii'--'fif3?"""f-.,'' ., F .,,,,.',e vs 5 -..-gli' . A , - re:--us-. 'Lf'-Q "f . :.:'f1',.. ,,..,n' ,ff ' 'C' ' - 5.5.1-1 I wiv, ,K .-,.,:',: . HJ .. f A f ' , . , ,,,- ,w - , 1: , qg,,,,.-,Q-,E .. -s :'- H I ,-ying' '- l.. 11. .Z " '. . r.-Girl' r9lr.a',. . -'- - ' .1-.,.. .141 '-R A 1... , ,...,- f ' 'f , -11 .gy J. -, , .:, A-,gps Ely. .Q .v-2,5 iw..-: Jr ir ' tune:-me The football coaches watch the results of their labor in action EDWARD HARRY BEHRLE 'I South Fairview Avenue, Upper Darby Scientific - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4. CLUB: Rifle 2. eco inf.: fb, J."'l41-7"-3 garb -C1775 FLOYD T. BEHRLE f 7 South Fairview Avenue, Upper Darby Industrial ' Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4. SPORTS: Soccer Numeral 4, Junior Varsity Football 3. LOIS JANE BEITLER 822 Anderson Avenue, Drexel Hill Academic ' Gold SCHOOL: Acorn Agent Q, Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Honor Roll. CLASS: Dance Committee 4. CLUB: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4. LOUISE MARIAN BELLAS 50 Stratford Avenue, Aldan Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3, 4, Honor Roll, Upi-Dah 2. CLASS: Oak 4- Candy Committee 4, Dance Com- mittee 9, Party Committee 4. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 4, Choral 2 3, Le Cercle gragiciis 3, 4, Table Tennis 9, 3, 4, Tay-Wistalvan ELEANOR HOLMES BENDELL 833 Alexander Avenue, Drexel Hill Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Honor Roll, Upi-Dah 4. CLASS: Dance Committee Q, 3, 4, Party Committee 2, 3, 4, Play Committee 4. CLUBS: Algetrarca 3, History 3, 4, Latin 9, 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 4, Rifle 9, Table Tennis 3, World Affairs Forum 4. l99l . , I A. FLORENCE BENSON 833 Foss Avenue, Drexel Hill 9 JOHN PAUL BENECKE NSE QQ 7803 Parkview Road, Upper Darby - Y. Scientific - Purple T ,ff- SCFHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, "We Notice in assing" 3. H CLUB: Choral 3. XAWMTQQK 5 -4 ' fi. 1' 'j""Ev'E "":9xi:" 1 f: .5- ' ..- ,f:f'fh,.:17 . L I -. -:.,'.-,--.,p ., :ns --,. 1,-I-9-2215. 5:5 rfwndi . . "5-:inf 115- .2 ef: ., .' .1 rg 4. 11. Fr I. .'4:.'ft,f-a. 1 t, 1.. 11,1 ' E "15--eiririiz "K -L. .-:z - g. -- -1 wg: pf 'zftzil-tj 2:32 "gli .3 : fr-.,.13i' uw: - -133. ,,.. r.-jf, " 3.3 gg., G ff gggaefg qi.: .. ,.,-.10 xi'-" L 4 1l'.f nz...- u-,tz af , is fuzz: H . .-. W5 11' 1, .. '- , x V. 'n --1.-4.1.1, W. . : -' 1-4.-at -:.,.gg 1' . .g:,. +,:,...f.p -es:,'3?I': . J 4.. 1-1.':'fr--1 zz-'1-' . . -V, 2: 'rr --431. A... ' .' we 1 fr - A ' .- -4- 1-up . 1. :-1' f:' . ' 2 . " A 52j:'.'g, --cz Commercial - Purple ' '- SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. ' CLASS: Dance Committee 4. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 4, Choral Club 3, Table Tennis 9, 3, 4. '-in .fe -meffefffrw fit., Rcfffct T717-airy ,555 -91+ , -.-,-w. H..-fe ' --s 4' 4, M DORIS RUTH BLAKER 7168 Marshall Road, Upper Darby Commercial - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 4. ll.Q-JTf.Qvl4'1f Lf"""'all'L'!'3 U ffl7""l'f' 75d-3 ARNOLD EDWARD BLITZ Z4 Shirley Court Apartments, Upper Darby General ' Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3, 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 3, Play Committee 4. CLUB: Riding 3, 4. SPORTS: Varsity Swimming 3. A pile of good cheer to round out the Christmas welfare work STANLEY BOARDMAN 532 Millbanl: Road, Upper Darby Scientific - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association, 2, 3, 4, Monitor 3. CLASS: Party Committee 3. SPORTS: junior Varsity Soccer Qi Varsity Soccer 3, 4. lSZ3l a 5 A . -fr? 3: 4 'ar-. 7' '3's'1"'f . mfm.-, . livin 2 '--. - .cm-.cr .Y-4' lr- A-nm,-v , ., Q. s. -. Zg.I!.If',4, 72.1, 5, I ' l' llzfisialxsl 'J-u 6 . ..-.:,.-A4131-,A 5:-f . ..: Y.. V . X .5115 .JI Ui.. ,Z 5? , . . -.:j.,:.: .: 2.5 :Q -. ' . .1 -iff:-f-. -t. : Q- . 3.3 5.. "mii- . 421---:,'i..J.1, . , 4, .-:z ., . '- -11 'va .f'?-J.- "i1Z2.' 'nr '-4. '. - 41.3-,xii .rug iti l liz- .irgl a- li ' fjiff 'f ' 1 ' 1.' 'F -iff: lei . t '-1" ,ii All if 'r.fi,.,r ze,:1g -: ., " r t , f '-s"f'fj,. , 'HH " "hifi .:L.,.??:.: :ages 4-.5 I Y : 525-,Jiffy ' 'i 15 "' : -. N... :.,,,f -A - . ,tr at E , 5 --' .. A FG:- FZQLTLI, 11: "ff Z ',f:f,A . 3 ' " '.':'-,l hi ' '. .- NL ' ' 'F ' PK-Q . . l in , llff, . ,, l '.:'j ,fi .' ,', 1-4 tfI:Eif',, 5-1. :I ur 'i I-Q , I , is Efiw.. 'E 3 -:Is if -. "1 , Q'.Eff:.'f?l 1 . r , . ...,,.. -I like-sig-I-.-ff: -'.iJw.., 'fXlRWlN PHILIP BOESHORE CL-7 , O3 ip 708 Shadeland Avenue, Drexel Hill Scientific ' Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4. CLUBS: Choral 4, German 4, Riding 3, Rifle 4, Table Tennis Q. MIRIAM NATALIE BOONIN 246 South Fairview Avenue, Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Honor Roll, Assistant Business Manager, Acorn Q, 3, Business Manager, Acorn 4. CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Executive Committee 4, Party Committee 3, Play Committee 3, 4. CLUBS: Algetrarca 3, 4, Ars Poetae 9, 3, Secretary Histo 3 Vice President 4, Le Cercle Francais 4, 4i rv I ' Pleiades Q, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4. EMILY GRACE BORER 427 Stanbridge Road, Drexel Hill Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 4. Upper Darby CLASS: Dance Committee 4, Executive Committee Q, Magazine Committee Q, Memorial Day Committee 3. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 3, 4, Choral Q, 3, 4. A common winter sight the country over of the Salvation Army campaigning for the poor OLIVE BESWICK BOTTOMLEY 255 Maypole Road, Upper Darby General - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3, 4. i lQ4t CHARLES SAMUEL BORTON 3419 Albemarle Avenue, Drexel Hill General - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Gym Team 4. EFLUBS: ACapella,Chorus 4,Choral Club Q, 3, i e Q. 41-'L 7-v.'ul'UL, DN, - CL7- HARRY L. aoYER 3410 Marshall Road, Drexel Hill Scientific ' Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, A. A. Coun- gil 4, Honor Roll, Monitor Q, Tribunal 3, Vice-Presi- ent 4. CLUBS: German 4, Hi-Y 3, 4. SPORTS: Junior Varsity Cross Country Q, Varsity Cross Country 3, Captain 4, Wrestling 3. ROBERT H. BOYER 42 Kent Road, Upper Darby Scientific - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. SPORTS: Varsity Soccer 3, 4. T FREDERICK EDWARD sozzANo 44 South Pennoclr Avenue, Upper Darby General - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. h Mu." I7-I-C knzl i Pnwfm pw' --JAMES ALEXANDER BRADIN f 730 Blythe Avenue, Drexel Hill Academic ' Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Acorn Agent 4, Upi-Dah Agent 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 3, 4, Party Committee 4, Executive Committee 4. SPORTS: Junior Varsity Basketball 2, 3. ROBERT FRANK BRADY 2003 Marshall Road, Lansdowne Scientific - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 3, Party Committee 3, Play Committee 3, CLUB: Stamp 2, 4. SPORTS: Junior Varsity Cross Country 3, Wrestling 3. : lQ5l ""rEiq,r- - rg -.A , ' 'ff :Z ai 'Z 1 Vg-in P. 55' gal? H-tall' Q' :'ff.:.r - --Q-.:? 13: ,.f:g-,1:3,, -",9-:"- '-11:-3: 3: 49-:gf ' if if. "' ' fifaif Q iugsf- if-Liga, ' 1. :iv .eb - r.- .. .si :izi--4 .1 E+. BELLE, V-.i . 'A 1 , E. A-'i 7-' 2':'f - .-L5 "iZ::2: '- s L 1.. P55- f a'-- . ' Ye fn. ., 1,-F-LS M1 .. . , , 23 L5-.... ,i .I ,- - -zero., A booming portion of the band which is reviewing on the football Held 4 o f , -.1 . it ii 'il X' 2 'W' ' ' "ff 4 ' Q' V29 . ' "l.' 'W .' e '59 . . i f ' ' , N I C , gQt't1 , . ,V ,.r. 4.1 ,..,-, lg' 'alfa 2 Up: Dah Agent 3 Fm, CLASS Dance Committee 2 Executive Committee 3 -12,31 2 '43 'll CLUBS Rulle Table Tennis3 HiY4 WILLIAM DIEBOLD BRADY 2003 Marshall Road Lansdowne Scientific Purple SCHOOL Athletic Association? 3 4 Acorn Agent SPORTS Junior Varsity Football 3 Varsity Football 4 FRANK WISSIG BRAM . .. Q -1' -i l kjzff'-.,:fg"'. 1. V . 1 1,5 1-255 .35 Rh, , V . 1 f. Q " -l-i:l:f"5li'ff!.4 S' :'3"T' "+ JF' 5' ,.s,::,'c---'JH ,lf 15:43 . . . 'wax riiiriffvrr iv" fs:- E ' W5 V 95:1 . . . V -zi,::,2 :: 1 l I , , f , . L' f - . ' ' 'K , ' 1 D ' 1.5.5 4 Q' , ei. gf- 2 . i . . i , ,, 'ii Magazine Committee 2. mf iff :t H5 if , ' f" " fe, 1 f f - - -r ..-- sir., .. ,Q ' ' . -FZ: : i ' -uf-.l, , I 'EI' .Q T iii ' ",.j,:.3:l E I: YT" it :- -fflfa' ' .. , ,, f..-. ..-2 .5 yr' :L . -Tr 1 il. an-y I ', ' ,:h.'.51, ' - Evidence of the fact that the old-fashioned method of going to school has not been discarded 330 Margate Road, Upper Darby General - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Acorn Agent 3, 4, Upi-Dah Agent 9, 3., CLASS: Dance Committee 3, 4, Party Committee 3, 4, Play Committee 3. CLliBS: Commerce 4, History 3, 4, Table Ten- nis . SPORTS: Soccer Numerals, Manager 4, Varsity Soccer 3, 4. '5 "' 1 L, , Lew BRANDOLINI 7 Wjflv, fl ff? 4301 State Road, Drexel Hill flwm 1,111 fi "5-fill Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3, 4, Acorn Agent 3. CLASS: Dance Committee 3. DOROTHY EDWINIA BREARLEY 349 Harrison Avenue, Upper Darby Commercial - Gold DONALD H. BRINER 731 Harper Avenue, Drexel Hill Scientific - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Honor Roll. CLASS: Oalc, Executive Committee 9, 3, Magazine Committee 9- Memorial Day Committee 3, Party Com- mittee Q, 4, Play Committee 4. CLUBS: Algetrarca 3, Vice-President 4, Dramus, Chorus 4, German 3, 4, Leeuwenhoek 4, Table Ten- nis 9, 3, 4. l96l T KATHARINE JANE BROOKS 143 Westdale Road, Upper Darby General - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3, 4, Honor Roll. CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, Party Committee 9, 3, 4. CLUBS: Algetrarca 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 4, Rille 4. MARGARET JANE BROWN 7149 Greenwood Avenue, Upper Darby General - Purple CLUBS: Choral 9, 3, Commerce 3, 4. l Ka U if , ,1.,U. vfrfnli. 2:1 W A. Mr-xumcs sRowN 4' .L 44-'ty fe 1236 Comell Avenue, Drexel Hill 45' N4 Scientific - Purple W. ' fill far fpfuiu lil!-11-l 1- Cflivmf' ""-l NORMAN EDWARD BROWN 319 Madison Avenue, Upper Darby General ' Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Band Letter 3, 4, Upi-Dah Agent 2. SPORTS: Junior Varsity Football 3, 4. BETTE ANNE BROWNE 36 Maple Avenue, Upper Darby Commercial - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 2, 3, Executive Committee 3, Memorial Day Committee 3, Party Committee Q, 3. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 2, 3, 4, Choral 9, 3, 4, Dramus, Chorus 2, 3, Cast 4. l27l :wi we tl: ..., ,,,,,,. .Q .-- V k:'5'.i5'fr135l'l" lr. - - 1.13 "iii-Qi, Fi' ?iY:.-1:4113 . Yi at w '-:. 4 ,. -if ':if",.3'-- ' gd Y 3 av.. '."lY1l1P , E f-,:--.-.wr.-:- ' it ik .-5 . --1 , .':-: -rg . " :G.",::' v- ' ,. ,:z'.11l '-'T , , ' -S552 'ffgiriifgfzf m- , 'A 473:.,l.g rs : V "G: it 1.1 W' ,H Wifi af 'X' ' ,, .- ' ' ' l 5 '-'f?f.:.':f..- - r- R' - , -.55 ' -' ' ' :Iii L. 'rtf F , I .,,. .. .LA '-.....5.-.:' rl... 'mr 3 .Zi A , . Q2 Sir- ' 41: Aja. 1 E? t...f. .- vfm.: E vga' .. if .. ?:fI'1:, "Sf 5:2 ' J . iii. "1 ,, I 1.,-:,'1'.'.:. 1-f ' " 3., " .: lr :1'I'7'-HIL: s- -'-'yigzfgsz gl 2. 1. r-555. 2 l . .-, 'Z-Ylllflll r.- 1 , --.ggrg Ti:-' ' 5. .fri CRV ' - -wt' - fi-M,'-'.'r:h - I S'-Alva Upper Darby in miniature. A skillfully constructed model of Upper Darby on a lesser scale at F 1 x wi tl w 1. it ,,,ga,gg,-'1:'S?' ... -...Q- si-f Q M AGNES BRYAN YC CLUB Le Cercle Francais 3 4 if 'Za-If 4031 Bonsall Avenue Drexel Hill Academic Purple SCHOOL Athletic Association 2 3 4 . R T. ..., ,,,,,. , . EEZ'-, .J-". L ,, . . i ':.,f1o 1, -,, .,.:,::'.,3 :ir fi 1-.i f , ., T Q '1.l'.5' W ..: - E Igfggiiiilc.. 5452! , ' 'mx ff l 35- 9 ' - 1 e .235 'lf-:gsm 3 ' ' ' .' K, Rr ' , ' ' ' 3- 7, , P X , CLASS: Dance Committee 3, 4, Party Committee Q. lg--:i :sz ,L -- v . 1 ' . il fl' gh- P. P: -i-" " 13- "si , .---,,-,j I. 55.1. , .- ' . '-1 :Q': rr l .I rufu.. ' '-. as :A F ' N3 ' - :ww 1" "fl-f':-13 v -. . -.4 ..-, 1 -'fi 'fi' I -1. -:FJJTP 'E' i: ' .' 7 132. ., , - ,xxx- A --" ' CLUBS: History 3, 4, Library 3, 4. GRACE ELIZABETH BUCHANAN 38 Springlield Road, Aldan Academic - Purple CLASS: Oak, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Play Com- mittee 3, 4. Joy, f'Ipf.a,flil4', Cos- EDWARD ALBERT BURKHOLDER 3843 Albermarle Avenue, Drexel Hill General - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Acorn Agent 4, Upi-Dah Agent 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 3, 4, Party Committee 9, 3, 4, Play Committee 4. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 3, Choral 9, 4. SPORTS: Varsity Soccer 4. Minions of the whilewash who suddenly began to over-run our school and block our way with all sorts of hazards MADELINE ALICE BURKHOLDER 1414 Miller Avenue, Upper Darby Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 4. CLASS: Play Committee 4. RUTH EVELYN BURLEIGH 3416 Mary Street, Drexel Hill Scientific - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Honor Roll. CLASS: Sticker Committee 4. CLUBS: Algetrarca 4, Latin 3. l98l A ' l JOHN MAITLAND CAIN Warden's Residence, Media Scientific - Pqrple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. CLUBS: Rifle 3, Treasurer 4. SPORTS: Varsity Rifle 3. he flffflf' ff elf 6'1,fff:fgfs'? ROBERT B. BURLIN ,Z 7232 Hazel Avenue, Upper Darby Scientific - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3, 4, Honor Roll, "We Notice in Passing' 4. CLASS: Oak, Editor 4, Party Committee 3. CLUBS: Hi-Y 4, Rifle 4. SPORTS: Junior Varsity Tennis 3. BETTY KATHRYN BUTCHER 31 Wellington Road, Upper Darby Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Honor Roll, Monitor 2, Student Council, Vice-President 4, Upi- Dah Agent 2, Acorn 3, Feature Editor 4. CLASS: Secretary 3, Dance Committee Q, 3, 4, Execu- tive Committee 3, Party Committee 3, 4. CLUBS:ACa lla horus Wit A 'V 'C 22 i. - Q IFF -----,qw ,.:-, - . . gs - if .,-jfs., it -,, . .,-1 -11: a., ,. . .. .- . ,- . ':.f:. ' 1. .2 V' - . Mgr.: 'Ez gif rn A Q - .-J N z. -,A-rf-.:'-V ds i z 9.. 'w-,N 'Q tw.-.:.-fra., 1 'ie -1 -.4 , "f9PZl f 1. rr 1 r' .f:ifi::s:v 1" -sr G '-,x'g1:': A gzbxg f j ' fn' , , 'Lf-1: 1 ay 'ik' ' 1 - YR ' Q .1-Y K' . I M . hl."'fSl:: 331.71 J. . , I. ' -. . ' s- 5 ... ,, p . r ' ' r ' 1- if., ' .'-f' " ifir' rv: -ffm ' ,qt5:',.l5: .ff lf " ".f1-:.2'F,'q?Q :-xgfgf, " . .i-4 - . fiiigh- , . aww- f.... .' -'11 - 4 'T' . . . t 55 352 'igfgaijfg .' F44 ,,:y.'.Qq .,':i.:Hy 1 . ' NWN pe C 3, 4, Choral Q, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, Secretary 4, Le Cercle Francais 3, President 4. MARGARET D. BUTTS 117 Overhill Road, Upper Darby Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 3, 4, Party Committee 4, Play Committee 4. MARTIN LEE CAINE A major operation on Upper Darby- one of our front trees is transplanted 3403 Plumstead Avenue, Drexel Hill Industrial - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q. CLASS: Executive Committee 9. SPORTS: Junior Varsity Wrestling 2. IQQI l W 1,3124 55 ,. ---' mf- .-. .y ..- 4 .fi-'f.r L ' . ' ."1'l?,',:u Lf.: 5":,.."g e vis 1' 2 i ' 122.-fr.. :f 55:4 fs ff . 31 '1ff'f..r-.4 F 2 N .. '1 - X I'--2:'J79flf-1..R'- f, a t 'f.Q5flfFf3"1' iegagig: fag . A--.rf--fy 1 ,' -f Tzifitllif? 'P ' 551- :--1 'lf-xi: 1' A ggi. Ei f.?f?f' .. Zig . . R if ' .' ,QL :. 3, ,. .4 -4, 'ES .N r sg, L ,-1: 7 'li ., ,l ,.,. .6 . -:'. .i.,.-I ' .f auf. . - 'flu .1 r.. .4-gill-.1-. At the "Farmer's F rolic" our class otlicers arrive in their most formal attire ELIZABETH KEIGHTLEY CAMERON SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. CLASS: Play Committee 3. CLUBS: Choral Q, Commerce 3, 4. 7120 Sansom Street, Upper Darby Commercial - Gold jT4.,f,14.Jnsf Cf 4975. Fa 11,6 71 vicron A. CAMFIELD, JR. X 252 Bayard Road, Upper Darby Scientific ' Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. CLUBS: Drill Team 2, Rifle 2, 3, 4. SPORTS: Varsity Rifle 3. DOROTHY MAY CAPELLO 265 Rocklyn Road, Upper Darby Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4. CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Sticker Committee 4. CLUB: Table Tennis 9, 3, 4. MARGARET MARY CARPENTER SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. CLUBS: Choral 4, Library 2, 3, 4, Riding 3. 26 Glencoe Road, Upper Darby Academic - Purple SCHOOL: CLUB: Choral 3, 4. ' l l BARBARA CARR 642 Edmonds Avenue, Drexel Hill Academic - Purple Athletic Association Q, 4. 30 l f'7 V 3 ,clearer-I-f'v'vaTL".I "1"nr7""' V i MARY JEAN CARUTHERS Ashland Avenue and Providence Road, Secane Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4. CLASS: Party Committee 4, Play 4. CLUBS: Algetrarca 3, 4, Latin 9, 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 4, Rifle 3, 4. i 1 . WALTER A. cARRoi.L.! i " Yorkshire Court Apartments, Burmont Road, Drexel " ill Hill Commercial - Purple ci SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Monitor 3. ,335 we CLASS: Dance Committee 4- Magazine Committee Q' .L X i-,wi Play Committee 3. I I ' "5,Q,f.M- 'iii SPORTS: Varsity Track 3. - h 4 E .- A - N . fs., A ., '1'33j,:.-:fi-'.g. iff , 1 ""' 5 'A f AGNES ANNE CASAGRANDE 34 Maple Avenue, Upper Darby Commercial - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, Acorn Agent 2. CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Magazine Committee 2. CLUBS: Dramus, Chorus 2, 3, Rifle 2, 3, 4. SPORTS: Cheer Leading Q. DELPHINE CATHERINE CASALAN 7537 West Chester Pike, Upper Darby Commercial - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll. CLASS: Play Committee 4. THOMAS A. CASSIDY 27 State Road, Upper Darby Academic - Gold SCHOOL:AthIeticAssociation2,3,4,Acorn Agent2. CLASS: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Party Committee 2, 3. CLUBS: Choral 3, Pleiades 2 I 3 Prolebes of Mrs. Knox preparing sustenance for the hungry ogres that begin swooping into the Iunchroom at 11:35 gi: EfF1:a. . .. . A 24,-g.,.y Sal- .A : ::, nh. rg I -.,,,-- V - '.,.-:- ' . ,,-' -g ,., - , z 'E 2-5 if " . I" s Qi" lifvl- ci t. 5 j.. 'Ml ,.--.J --.....,.. . ,, , ,,.g.t ' fat : asz- 5 -5-41. - HIM., ' Li-'iii 'f I. QT , V ,QS " if: ua , .. , C .. .' 'fn ,Q 1-1 . ' 'Q . 2 .,:,i5:L 1 -55554 ,--My' 5... -X 'gg . , .sk . ::-,ri " , '42 -1- 1 s ""' ' b!A",- :3"',, ,,. 4-, , ' ' "Q, ' 'sir . fs, Eg. .f.f"' " '- ETF! YE-3-ij '-1, '1-2, :'rr1--3.-. 1, Z- ' --I-ff ' -. 1' FH.. "2 .. I .-':. 3-sf . FEV' ,. .LH ,- if Tj:.'.:.:': s . c-intl. ,,.,- . . , 'tyre !--- . . . . ...Lf ,:. ,. .r . . '- '.:' -:...'. .' .f 1, , f..1. ' .us .. '.' 'I '-' " 'F - J ' -QI!!-an 5. A novel method of both eating your lunch and enjoying the view v.. .At ANNE FRY CHILDS 56 South Glenwood Avenue, Aldon General - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Upi-Dah 2, Assistant Art Editor 3. CLASS: Oak, Candy Committee 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Party Committee 2, 3, 4, Play Committee 4. CLUB: Latin 2. HELEN SYMMES CHURCHILL 323 Shadelond Avenue, Drexel Hill Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Acorn Agent 2, Honor Roll, Acorn Staff Q. CLASS: Play 4, Oak, Candy Committee 4, Dance Committee 9, 3, Executive Committee 3- Magazine Committee Q, Party Committee 4, Sticker Committee 4. CLUBS: Dramus, Chorus 9, 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Le Cercle Francais 3, 4, Pleiades 9, 4, Riding 9, Tay-Wistalvan Q, 3, 4. DOROTHY CHURNEY 155 Powell Lane, Upper Darby Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Honor Roll. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 3, 4, Algetrarca 3, 4. Choral Q, 3, 4, Latin 3, Le Cercle Francais 4, Rifle Q. 64,191 Vo' 315 Ku,l,l,Jx' fJ7f'0Li.j.f35 NASON BROWN CLARK X 843 Drexel Avenue, Drexel Hill Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3 4 Acorn Agent 2, Monitor 3. CLASS: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Executive Committee 2, 3, 4' Magazine Committee 2, Party Committee 4, Play Committee 4 CLUBS: Hi-Y 4, Rifle 9, 3. JAMES ALEXANDER CLARKE, jR. 910 Concord Avenue, Drexel Hill Scientific - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Honor Roll, Distinguished Honor Roll, English Prize 9, Physics Prize 3, Upi-Dah Staff 2, 3, Assistant Art Editor 4. CLUBS: Steinmetz Q, 3, 4, World Affairs Forum, Treas- urer 4. i l39l MARGARET E. COLEMAN JAMES WILLIAM CLARKE 522 Elm Avenue, Upper Darby General - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association CLASS: Magazine Committee 2. 2, 3, 4. GERALDINE CLEMENTS 221 Township Line, Upper Darby Scientific - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Acorn Agent 4, Honor Roll. CLASS: Dance Committee Q, 3, Party Committee 2. CLUBS: Choral 9, Rifle 4. SPORTS: Junior Varsity Hockey 3, Varsity Hockey 4. LOIS PATTERSON CLIME 4 Ardmore Avenue, Upper Darby Academic - Purple ECHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Debating , 4. CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Dance Committee Q, 3, Memorial Day Committee 3, Party Committee 3, Play Committee 3. CLUBS: Algetrarca 3, 4, Pleiades 2, 3, 4, Tay-Wistal- van 4, Hi-Y 4. SPORTS: Hockey Numerals 2. 539 Millbanlc Road, Upper Darby Academic - Purple CLASS: Dance Committee Q, 3, 4, Party Com- mittee Q, 3, 4. CLUBS: Chess 3, Secretary 4, Fencing 2, Sec- retary 3, 4, German 3, History 4, Library Q- Rifle 2, Tay-Wistalvan 4. DOUGLAS B. COLLINS 7218 Hazel Avenue, Upper Darby Scientific - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Debating 2, Fideles 4, Biology Prize Q, Student Council, Presi ent 4, "We Notice in Passing" 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 9, 3, 4, Executive Com- mittee 2, 3, 4, Magazine Committee 2, Memorial Day Committee 9, 3, Party Committee Q, 3, 4. CLUBS: SPORTS: Football Manager 4. German 4, Hi-Y 3, Vice-President 4. I 33 l 1. .-if-,Lb gud? 3 ,124 if: i ff- '-i14'.i-: 3' .,5'- 1- -- -:3.,::'g.,,,3 :, I A f as 55,3 ,I -.:1'f:g """'w' "MQ-.. 5' -fr-1' - :Wilt-4' -4 gg - ' - ,',,s-f-., ..g .Q . ,. ,-. i.,f'n.c, u .. ny , - 'f7?":'.. - "l 5 ' . ' Ig E' 'gqrigjli-L, l 'Z 0,2 3' 5 5 ' ,. nag. " 'i-. ,u q, , ' J... ... . . . . -. . . .-. max , . ah. L , . , 1 kt is a V X . 4,35 :mi T - -1-A ',", I- . 31. , 'z w 4 'la' V- 1 . 5 AF V digg' Q'?g,, "1-"Pia tt , - '. , , , :if gi- 'bf i v"'r ' 'm f ' 'A 1 rpg lu, U, .." N ifrffg' '-it , kv 1 .. . -1-1' . .ig "'-', an il ,.- 323' t::5.5:. , .tai-:WM-.1--.. .,-1 ' -cfm.-1 Mr. Sampson gazes at the painters with rapt attention as they nonchalantly continue working M R L 5. ---. ,mn Q kz..3:y,,li:g,1' ggi P l 4 Q "' '...a,"1'ff35, .111 gi-F Q , , LFS- '4 U. if-' -4 'lf' f, .A ' . E, ful" 'w-rig : ::r2i"'f M 'EEN 3 '9'ff-4 f . 1 if -ng -zws-fgfjif? W . kt- '- -: arm: : ,gZ::,rl,g fi ' Milf RE . oh ' 1 F. c, 5'f.- Q. 'ri ,fc X E -,ffff',, , ' 1, 51-AFPPEZJ 1: 4, HF S 1 M :sus ' -ff gt A VJ. as --yr. . .x, ii. .- lb-,... N HQ-'5., 'qi 3,-,r .' ' kc- ' Q :Q-: . ,, , .iq ,A . ' , f f. .li Q IFR-4 L " It ram -. ti?" , r. ry 3, I' f r,1gl'fQ -f r, 1"- "l.f'.7J A ,.- ...Q- '1' ii'-Fil-'iii V .,-.,,.,.. r - -' "-'J"vm The Purple captains smile in assurance of an impending victory JOHN L. CONOVER 630 Littlecroft Road, Upper Darby Scientific - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 4. CLASS: Executive Committee Q. CLUBS: German Q, Junior lzaalc Walton League 3, Rifle 2. SPORTS: Junior Varsity Football 3, Varsity Football 4. ESTHER RUTH COOPER 900 Alexander Avenue, Drexel Hill General - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus Q, 3, 4, Choral 2, 3 4, Library 4. JANE LULITA CORDERO 7233 West Chester Pike, Upper Darby Commercial - Purple SCHOOL: AthleticAssociation 2,3,Upi-Dah Agent3. CLASS: Executive Committee 9. CLUB: Commerce 3, 4. JOHN WILLIAM CORNELL 237 Barrington Road, Upper Darby Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, "We Notice in Passing" 4. CLASS: Play 3, 4, Dance Committee 9, 3, 4, Executive Committee 4, Memorial Day Committee 9, Party Com- mittee 9, 3, 4. CLUBS: I-li-Y 4, Le Cercle Francais 4, Pleiacles Q, , 4. l l34l FRANK ANTHONY CORRENTY 121 Overhill Road, Upper Darby Scientific - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4. CLUBS: Choral 2, Stamp 4. SPORTS: Soccer Numerals 4. EDWARD IRVING CREED 7057 Radbourne Road, Upper Darby SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3, 4. CLUBS: History 3, 4, Junior lzoak Walton League 3, 4. Scientific - Gold ii GORI CRESTA 7450 Miller Avenue, Upper Darby Scientific - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Volley Ball 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 2, Executive Committee 3, 4, Party Committee Q. CLUB: Junior lzaalc Walton League 9. 5 SPORTS: Cheer Leading 3, Captain 4. JOHN H. CRISWELL 49 Sunshine Avenue, Upper Darby Commercial - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association SZ, 3, 4. CLUB: A Capella 4. SPORTS: Soccer Numerals 4, Junior Varsity Cross Country 4. DOROTHY MIRIAM CROCKETT 435 Woodcliife Road, Upper Darby Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll, Biology Prize 2. CLASS: Dance Committee 3, Party Committee 4, Play Committee 4, Sticker Committee 4. CLUBS: Choral 9, Latin 9, 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 4, Rifle 4, World Alfairs Forum. l35l 'Wax 3ff,,,Ilq!:-BSE "":m1" ' 'S 'Y' " DOROTHY ESTELLE COX A ' 131 Ashly Road, upper Darby .A , Academic - Purple 'll SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4. .ff Z1 CLASS: Party Committee 4. ,fl -. I. A CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 3, 4, Choral Club 2, 3, 4, Z lf, Library 4. " "l' ' ' gran: 8 . 5 "A W?" .tis P' LE zS it X. Xa Q' 4' 11 2 L ' N .. , 'P 'Bbw' t ' 4 35 ' M' 1-. 9. ps . . n . .P 1 1 . 'gi ., f .. , ,frail v.,-1 ., v .,3-'gg :-11 'r f,. ,352 lr?-itz. . ' .1455 ' fi.:-yin.:-'. ,. '.I"1'5 -1-. If .- 1 , :Harm l Students' Haven- showing a picture which we both are supposed to see and want to see l in ,W -tins ? -.-if . mlb ll K 1 "'A' 5 5 1 ' itlufcgf Q bf, U 3711 --f WALTER JOSEPH CROPPER 1' 0 N' 0 ' 223 Long Lane, Upper Darby , ' KQV General - Gold l I SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3, 4. a i Sasser: it N .. i '1 ' ,pax ffl' 'v' rs 'J : o r . -. ' cce umera s ' :lf-'g , .5 I"-. A. .:., .Eat-1:.iil EA ,'.- En-:EL EMILY ckoss 513 Winfield Avenue, Upper Darby .ic Commercial - Purple l.'- ., SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Honor Roll. 4,:.' . ll SAMUEL S. CROSS, JR. 236 Bayard Road, Upper Darby Scientific - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Assoc CLASS: Play Committee 4. CLUB: Steinmetz 4. iation 4. Our means of communication with the outside world. Also, an excuse for missing class CATHERINE GERTRUDE CUMBERLAND 3801 Dennison Avenue, Drexel Hill Commercial - Purple CLASS: Party Committee 2. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 4, Choral 9, 3, 4 Commerce 3, 4, Librory 3, Treasurer 4. SAMUEL COTHERAN CUMMINGS 1'l Oxlord Street, Upper Darby I36 Commercial - Purple l -CML-5 ifr- 1 g,u, 110 7 M06 9-'JJ-3 il- "" Q' 3 .- I-lim qntr will 'V 'A WILLIAM sauce cuRRAN .Z 726 Alexander Avenue, Drexel Hill F' 'wi' gf? Academic - Purple R i SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll. r -11: I ' ' CLUBS Choral 4, German 2, 3. SPORTS: Junior Varsity Basketball 3, Varsity Track 3. 'EI fflfifff. V' .,,i i1" l :51?afi'Qi:.a, I -, ---, num MITCHELL cuimv 'Y ' 413 Rosemont Avenue, Drexel Hill l' General - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. E CLUB: Rifle 2. ' RICHARD JEWELL CURTIS 528 Windermere Road, Drexel Hill Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Acorn Agent Q, 3, Honor Roll, Distinguished Honor Roll, Biology Prize 2, English Prize 3. CLASS: Play 2, 3, 4, Dance Committee Q, 3, 4, Executive Committee Q, Memorial Day Committee 3, Party Committee 9, 3, 4. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 4, Choral 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 4, Pleiades 9, 3, 4. MARY McKAY DARRAGH 212 Madison Avenue, Upper Darby Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 2, 3, Party Com- mittee 2, 3. CLUBS: Algetrarca 3, 4- Latin 9, 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 4, Rifle 2, Dramus, Orchestra 2. MYRTLE JOSEPHINE DASH 93 Keystone Avenue, Upper Darby Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Acorn Agent 3, Acorn Staff 2. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus Q, 3, 4, Choral Q, 3, 4. l 37 I An informal after-school Upi-Dah meeting apparently presided over by Miss Gaukrodgefs heavily-littered bulletin board Q 1.1.-ft ff.. ' ': n-'J , l".f2j. : W ' 4 -I X - E mn 1 --V-. qv- .... W.. ,,. ,. . L z'flfxiw:.QE:l-' as L- , ' E. iii.-"1vgj,'.tf ,si atv. :t 9 ".,L'g. S11 'nf '.- ,-- '1' ,, A - . Ragga., .1 fl' :E ff' ' 'LL 1, ,., "tml" ' ' 'HI--:,'Y1"a . - . -.5 Q. -- 1ri::?n'zt1: -:,,:t,u ,' MXH-" ,' .' 'szfaf-'i 'JZ'-4 if uf- '-92:11 sz-1-A Q ' .552 V 1 1: 4 up-gg if 'f ' .t".sk'1.: .. ' ' l . . : ,,,:g-a- -1 :' , , fix-F5 ':. . 2.---l 9 ,.wm, A f Pi: ,ffl ri EL l H W" Q' 5 - .-'V 52" ., ,. Y ' 1 ,L,r' N EF: l-'59, "st r t ' 'A'-r , ri, r-EF. 'f r::3f.f,, ' Q ,1..,,. N iq, . F-' ,. ffl' z .f EEE f,,3:"n. 75355 ... .- 1 vu- ,, .', I . T..-.,:, - 2 3 .f . 'lx-'e . '7 ' .:s.a,. ""u:.-tl, -, --1-.ry TI- l"" '- 4 1N'.Chs': The south side of our building daily views the back of St. Vincent's Home Ui , Jf. . 7 ' ' .ew fa,z.fwfW1M"'7"' I 0 MJ fq 5 'I ww 1' 3 D" SAMUEL D. DAVIS 10 Wellington Road, Upper Darby Commercial - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Acorn Agent CLUB: Choral 2, 3, 4. SPORTS: Junior Varsity Tennis 2, Varsity Tennis 3, Varsity Soccer 3, 4. AVALENA BARBARA DEAN 7251 Calvin Road, Upper Darby Commercial - Gold ,V SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, Acorn Agent 2, 3. CLASS: Magazine Committee Q. CLUBS: Choral Q, Commerce 3, 4, Library 4. ANN de BORDENAVE Dutton Mill Road, Middletown Township, R. D. No. 1 Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Acorn Agent 2, Upi-Dah Agent Q, Purple Color Captain 4. CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Dance Committee Q, 3, 4, Executive Committee 9, Memorial Day Committee 9, Party Commercial 9, 3, 4, Play Committee 3, 4, Sticker Committee 4. SPORTS: Junior Varsity Hockey Q, 3, Varsity Hockey 4, Junior Varsity Swimming 9, 3. JACK FREDERIC de BORDENAVE Dutton Mill Road, Middletown Township, R. D. No. 1 Scientific - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4,Acorn Agent 9. CLASS: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Executive Com- mittee 9, 3, Magazine Committee 9, Memorial Day Committee Q, 3, arty Committee 4. SPORTS: Soccer Numerals 4, Junior Varsity Football 9. MARY RITA DECEY 517 Timberlake Road, Upper Darby Commercial Gold CLUBS: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4, Library 4. I38 l .sl 1 7 WARREN RAE DEMPSEY 1014 Wilde Avenue, Drexel Hill Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Acorn Agent Q, 3, Upi-Dah Agent 9. CLASS: Magazine Committee 9. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 4, Choral Q, 3, 4. SPORTS: Soccer Numerals 4. I zyyL,fLfk.' li' ' ,fo . l WVIJMQN NW- MZ CHESTER EARL DEMENT 7529 Rogers Avenue, Upper Darby Scientific ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Upi-Dah Agent 4, Upi-Dah Staff 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 3, 4, Party Committee 2, Play Committee 4. CLUB: Algetrarca 4. F V, 7,,j.f1.,l f KINGSLEY E. De RosAY, JR. 7' 1410 Bywood Avenue, Upper Darby Scientific ' Purple PT, - SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4. CLUBS: Choral 2, 4, History 3, Junior lzaalc Walton League 3, Vice-President DAVID KENNETH DETWEILER 509 Elm Avenue, Upper Darby Scientific - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3, 4, Rifle 3. 4, Band Letter 4. SPORTS: Junior Varsity Wrestling 9, DOROTHY M. DETWEILER 122 Burmont Road, Drexel Hill Commercial - Gold CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 4, Chora Secretary 4. l39l l Q, 3, 4, Library, 'YB' K Vg 5 W. ..--.Y-..,,, . ' 4' .' Tn ' V fif31'g,,,c,' 'qwgj ., P fsffivffs, ,lf .3-l l : 1'-. 'Z 1 ' . 2 , .5 " fi ' B3 . w: it Fx "W" . .. , ,, ,. . I ,L ,- . Q 'ffif ' uf- im., ' if 4 I' 1.2 'Y ' Rin . H. 3.5" r 'X " 4, ' t i-':f:il Ei? 11- fi 43' . '41 , ., :ere 41 I '1' , f! ,Smog - i ' ' .l i F2-' :, W ff- N EEG: lzj 11. " -7 Z',i'.f,i -I.: 2 5.':'..f if levi. ' 5 6. sv -. uf: : 5 rt ' .5 . ' "'- 1 -,1,-.-- 1 . "il-'if'-5'.i.,. 5,1 "s ,, -iii ... f tif: 4 .4 .5652 . .J '.i-'- , .- ..-r-s: iid. - " 34.141 ' .:m,1:,.. - lf-ff "iivfL:n.f:-',-.r- . .- ' aiu-1.1 Blisslully serene- a bottle of ketchup presides over one section of the teachers' Iunchroom 5. R 30 Maple Avenue Upper Darby SCHOOL Athletic Association Q 4 CLASS Party Committee 4 CLUB Rifle 4 Screntrfrc Purple ,T SPORTS Junior Varsity Soccer 2 -::. , er s - :Q::'ff'm -' I 3 'vw 'cl-gr : '- , 1 2 i- efiwsis -fx. ff .2 I 1- . , ,gg if ' JOHN BLACKBURN DILWORTH 1':.,' if i Eff- "Ml" iw - ,,,. E - asv.,-f': ' If '2'1'.1'I1l ' r:,, .'. j,..-4. L . . Z ir. .. In U Z . I L V.-I-I 2:51, -- iv - . i'7"'f""l L I ' get Q .s,w"' '- PI B , , . RH". '. e::y.f,, ' -1.-xr ' .. cjgzhli ig. - -Q...-J: 4 , ' -4 ' .4-gr.. 5 . . ,mf 15. 'v rf!-J:-' -w Q . . ..n,.e, lv... ,Q ., .eL-, . ..,,4 .1 N., . ....,4' 'save-:4 - - 1-,'n...z I A cold but attractive way of departing for home as evinced by the great number who use it MARY LOUISE DINSMORE 321 East Providence Road, Aldon SCH OOL: AthIeticAssociation 2, 3, 4,Acorn Agent 2. CLUB: Choral 3. THEODORE Z. DOBUSH 224 Barrington Road, Upper Darby General - Gold General - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3, 4. SPORTS: Soccer Numerals 4. I, ROBERT EDSON DODGE 228 South Fairview Avenue, Upper Darby Scientific - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Upi- Dah Staff 4, Honor Roll. CLASS: Play 2, Party Committee 4. CLUBS: Algetrarca 4' Fencing 2, 3, Secretary 4, Leeuwenhoclc 4, Rifle 2, 3, 4. SPORTS: Varsity Rifle 4. VICTORIA TERESA DONENS 8307 West Chester Pike, Upper Darby SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. l4OI Commercial - Gold MARY ELIZABETH DOUGLAS 36 Cloverdale Avenue, Upper Darby Scientific - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 3. CLUB: Choral 2, 3. HOWARD V. DONOHOE 737 Edmonds Avenue, Drexel Hill Scientific - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Honor Roll, Monitor 2. CLASS: Play Q, Dance Committee 9, 4. CLUBS: Hi-Y 3, 4, Pleiades Q, Rifle Q, 3, President 4. SPORTS: Junior Varsity Football 3, Varsity Football 4. EDITH ELLEN DOUGHERTY 359 Avon Road, Upper Darby Commercial - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4. CLUBS: Choral Q, 3, Dramus, Chorus 2, 3, Library 3, 4, Rifle 4. SPORTS: Hockey Numeral 9. RITA BERNADETTE DOUGHERTY 8520 West Chester Pike, Llanerch Commercial - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 4. CLASS: Play 9, Dance Committee 3. CLUBS: Choral 3, Library 3, 4, Rifle 4. ALICE DREW Park and Madison Avenues, Upper Darby Academic ' Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Honor Roll, Distinguished Honor Roll. CLASS: Dance Committee 9, 3, Executive Committee 9, Magazine Committee Q, Party Committee SZ, 4, Play Committee 4. CLUBS: Algetrarca 3, Secretary 4, Ars Poetae 3, 4, Choral 9, History 3, 4, Latin 2, 3, 4, Le Cercle Fran- cois 4. l41l "Zur-J ag All 'f I h "' "il" "'!-9512" ' 'I - ii,-.-F-:'-.-.E-I'., 2542 . . . i' -.Li , . uw'-' . - - , 21: fl '-' F9 '. A51 'Q-"T"'v'll: ' fi" 3 ' '11 ' -:ui-..-1... .,, . 4-..a-V g. -:ri-r.it4J., y,:,-.I 4.x wx 1 . ,ML ----- : .5 . W"x"i1Ei?ZiZ6ff W . :rf r -I .5 gf. gk.,- g it . 1 ' 1: " 'ZTPQ .K ,.,. ' I. . .Q .-..h I . N A. R .. ff. r -nm.-in - . .A I ..s.5:F- '1' '3'. '.s1'fh '1- 33? ' 'Q ,g,-J' 54... fx 1 l , i-'suit :mn '.L J, -M' 4 'Fr "II ,QYS QZZ if A 'H 5 " fr'-' I - fx--"ri, 3. ..--' ' 4 ,L .,. 11:52. 'l:':'z: -. fl kgs I !,':.:, , , iff f'-Ulf..-' 5 'ff 1- -' -if:-ies' 1 I -4 g'Jf:?af:, , I. ' rl:-QF: 4, , -',,:,-ffm I1 A -4 . ' -.TF ,.. f ,., ..,.. ":. ' 'x' 1'--.rff--G? 'lx,.'. '.t: .f -,x"3.1-ffl' ,ge , .gs,.a. . .I gg., . A . ' :sq -. 2-. .- ' cum. I r A fashion show which Upper Darby set up in competition with Paris MARIE DRUMN E 554 Larchwood Avenue Upper Darby ..,,, ,,,,. ..., M., ,Q ,I . . Q " T.:-' mag A f ll: ip. ri 'AJ H-ifi""-'ii1':: 55 F1-' 'i"4-is Q , . 'ff :slit General ' Purple i zfiff "it: . , , . 5,-gi, A SCHOOL: Athletic Association 4. i: " til, . ij.- A H 1 A 585, CLASS: Dance Committee 3. . it-"2F?fi 523 -- ii '- '75 3 "'- .va Lira A ' 'i - 9... , - :ll , .fx .. i .',--1:3-it lgj fs.. . A li1: .-1'lQ'.- 1.-i ' GRACE ELINOR DUDLEY 436 Timberlake Road, Upper Darby Q Academic - Golcl - SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Honor Roll. CLASS: Party Committee 4, Play Committee 4, Sticker Committee 4. CLUBS: Choral Q, Latin Q, 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 4. .f' i5, , , . DOROTHY MERCH DUNKIN 122 Chatham Road, Upper Darby Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Executive Com- mittee 3, Sticker Committee 4. CLUBS: Pleiades 9, 3, 4, Rifle Q, 3, 4. , RUSSELL A. DURFEE 7001 Hilltop Road, Upper Darby General - Gold Re-enacting for the parade a scene from our Sophomore study-Lady of the Lake . j I CLIFFORD MAXWELL DURNING 701 Shadeland Avenue, Drexel Hill Scientific - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4. SPORTS: Varsity Swimming 3. l42l L HARRY K. EDWARDS 7166 Ruskin Lane, Upper Darby Industrial Arts - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4. CLUBS: Drill Team 3, Rifle 9. u MIRIAM KATHERINE EDLER 640 Shadeland Avenue, Drexel Hill Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4. CLASS: Oalc, Dance Committee 9, 3, 4, Executive Committee 4, Magazine Committee Q, Play Committee 3, 4, Sticker Committee 4. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 4, Ars Poetae 2, 3, 4, Choral 9, 3, 4, History 3, 4, Latin 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 4, Tay-Wistalvan 4. JOHN FREDERICK EHLERT, JR. 2805 Hillcrest Road, Drexel Hill Scientific ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3, 4. CLASS: Play 4. CLUB: Fencing 3, 4. DOROTHY JEAN EILERT 116 Crestview Road, Upper Darby Scientific - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Acorn Agent 3, Honor Roll, Upi-Dah Agent 3. CLASS: Dance Committee 9, Party Committee 9, 4. CLUBS: Algetrarca 2, Choral Q, Rifle 9, Le Cercle Francais 4. GENEVIEVE M. ENDICOTT 372 Lakeview Avenue, Drexel Hill General - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll. CLASS: Oak, Candy Committee 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Executive Committee 4, Party Committee 2, 3, 4, Play Committee 4, Sticker Committee 4. CLUBS: History 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 3. I 43 l 'Q' Mk s """:1-', ""'n..7' -'11 ' - ' Hifi, iii . ,, ?' f..5":.1, .12 :SE QL- .e ' 'f:."i ik' 'b 'QA '. l T . .s rg :ie '. '-G1 2, -, ' 2 fl S .. "fy E Qi.-w:,"35!C:g :J n . , . -1s'- .kz.J-- :-- -2 's- .-: -::n2li"'1' an f nu Q :r -, ' W L 1111 5 1.4, . A g,.,.g ,. ' ul km' xv ' hifi' . -v:-xi 1 1 .-,gif 7"-. .. 2- '-E' ' .f.,,. 'Q t .1 -'---.gave M. ' t --5 5 gif- 452 if? In E z . eh., I .L.-- ' "F".. . " sg, .1-f' '- FST' 1.1. . J lf, v .ti -. 1. F :fr '-'-. hui.:-: J .- .J--::'f. 1 '- .' -'12 . Q "iff: Q" . .. 'K l 1, - " 7. M.. . H1 . ,. "li ilk- "lfl'l.. r'n ,-.is -- V -- .-tr 575 " .. . .'-:i .'l4'??' Ifigihu . ji. 5-5: 132, 51511. , , '.1:s.'.al1 .1e"5.:-t , -, gift? k'5'Qi'c:1.:5.r1-:V . - .... S'-Dm A poster for the annual operetta which was destined to succeed this year despite a run of hard luck l UW' it ,gg ', J 4- , , N45-!:rg1wx:'.l . , 235. eh .y., ha s 4 -..,:,,' ': : ' 1 .I-ELJ,"r: .1 , , ggi' . ii-..',-ri., A 'fl " ' ..i ' . ,J-'feffif H 5, , 'N :ffm ' "2 it '1 ., . . '73 ,rn ' .I . ., I V! ,, , 4 ' ' We f '-,aff 1, 59 'If "-1. 5' J, ' f ,Q , "Q ti, 1 if a. R J 1. -.S .tk L haf, Ek. ' "" m 965: , nga, F 'i . . , . 'Helga Mak 'if iw A We ' 'f '5., " . 0 1' - ' .' '.." I , D5 ,V '1. tif: I Y, I ' ' --'. :' x , I-.5 ':. '- - 1 1,,.v , " si-:G QL . .- T9 Suv. rngu rm., QL: E . .f ' r,g",?.5: xg? .C -."::?-.Lg sa -fi: If .Z Jil.:-:lj 1 qui .5 - 3255. ' .-E:z'.'. 1.2 .' hh- ,.: All that is left of "goodness knows who" as discovered in Miss Sommerfield's closet i MIRIAM JANICE ENGELL 4030 Dayton Road, Drexel Hill Academic - Purple CLASS: Dance Committee 4, Party Committee 4. CLUB: Library 4. DOROTHY MARGUERITE ENGH 7048 Aberdeen Road, Upper Darby Commercial - Gold ETHELYN GERTRUDE ENTRIKEN 2229 Manor Avenue, Upper Darby L Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3, 4, Honor Roll, CLASS: Play Committee 4. CLUBS: Latin 3, 4, Le Cercle Francaise 4. ELEANOR MILDRED ERICKSON 530 Spruce Avenue, Upper Darby Scientific - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Upi- Dah Agent 9. CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, Party Committee 3, 4, Play Committee 3. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 4, Algetrarca 3, 4, ghogalf, 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 3, 4, Pleia- es , . BEATRICE MARIE EVANS 908 Blythe Avenue, Drexel Hill Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Honor Roll . CLASS: Sticker Committee 4. CLUBS: Latin 4, Le Cercle Francais 3, 4. l44l W, l ,. , Uri hur1wTf"'72. DMI MDT' W ffl? R ,ff p gli lk R, THEODORE FAIR f rf -.,.,A3,, 7333 West Chester Pike, Upper Darby General - Gold R SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Acorn Agent 'E Lili" 'HL Ii,"1:- .A , 3, Upi-Dah Agent 3, Acorn Staff 3, 4. A I, Q M 'iz-.' 'lf'1?1-- i. CLASS: Dance Committee Q, 3, Memorial Day Com- 5 if mittee 2, Party Committee 4. W, A N CLUB: Commerce 3, 4. 5:21 'iff Q Tllgis I ki... 5 ' . ig :L 5 ,A " I ' I ' " ' - "lIji.5'2I' , - f ' fi .f X, I I "Eff RAYMOND PATRICK FARLEY . .Fi 336 Edmonds Avenue, Drexel Hill all In In General - Gold E? ' -11 - . 1 -'l'r5?:K . ff: 1- ,' 3-1 1: . ' 1 -iii. 5 .,i"-3.2-ily 1-U? , I ' .LMA 'V gg- , . . . - 5 -. ., - -Bm... " f I '. 'I . ' JOSEPH R. FARRELL Q 609 Harper Avenue, Drexel Hill Scienfific - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Honor Roll. CLUBS: Algetrarca 4, Dramus, Chorus 4, German 3, 4, Leeuwenhoelc 4, Table Tennis Q, 3, 4. SPORTS: Junior Varsity Cross Country 4. SCHOOL: Athletic Association SZ. CLUBS: Commerce 3, Junior lzaalc Walton League Q. EARL STINSON FAULKNER, JR. 4029 Lasher Road, Drexel Hill General - Gold The Gold color - captains display with pride a banner which proves their superiority in the song conlest WILLIAM PRESTON FENIMORE 710 Collenbroolc Avenue, Drexel Hill Industrial Arts ' Purple ECHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Gym Team , 4. SPORTS: Varsity Track 3. l45l Q en EDWARD FERGUSON mm. CLUB: German 4. Eg, SPORTS: soccer Numerals 4. Que 4 F 7038 Veronica Road, Upper Darby Commercial - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 4. , . -,-. .,,. --,- g , x . . - : T L fait" Emi? 1. ,, '.'i.'w.f. .fs Sh i , ,, 1151" if 4 Q ' ., Aj, T J.-:jf'r:: -, 1 B N 'nnrgrf 'Aki ERI-.-2.1, 4 L I ez, ,f ' .- E 5!Tk'51Li4J-- 0171332 it? 'wqryi .4 '- -" K -, TL.. -.1 S p - 117. WAHM Asissl ' H . ii it g . ' if' 1: u Wy.. ' 4- ' I.. ff. i if 'Y ,, , If . cis. 1 ,A-FE ':. 339 i"v:fl it-5 e f. ' ' Y 1. '-ng x. 1. ,QW iq? qv, as .rl .,. -. Q., ..g A..-1. I 4.1.1 .t ' ' " 54. " nz,--A '- gi I fix.-I V: 71.2 ' . 5 fir,-r 1- 1.-5 .-,- ,- ...ez .4 :" 2- -' -i:',TT'i ,JI :H - -' ".Lf:.-1' 'f . :A-41 ' ' 1'-3 i A 4 Lg.:-. . -cp -ref- -.L-,-,.:,.w-. -,,,f.,n I -L: 1. "...Ih .. Two members of the Charwomenls Ballet at the last rehearsal for our Washington entertainment tw, - DORIS RUTH FISHER 102 Woodlawn Avenue, Upper Darby Academic - Gold I SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4. CLASS: Dance Committee Q, 3, 4, Play Com mittee 4. CLUBS: Choral 9, 3, 4, Lp Cercle Francais 3 4, JANE MARIE FITZGERALD 64 Glenwood Avenue, Clifton Heights Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Honor Roll. CLUBS: Choral 3, 4, Latin 9, 3, Le Cercle Francais 4. HELENA FLETCHER Bishop Avenue, Secane Commercial ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 4, Honor Roll, Upi- Dah Agent 9, Upi-Dah Staff Q, 3, 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 3. CLUBS: Choral Q, Commerce 3, 4. EDGAR SCOTT FLOHR 232 South Carol Boulevard, Upper Darby Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Acorn Agent 3, Upi-Dah Agent 3, Gym Team 4. CLASS: Play 3, Dance Committee 3, Party Committee 3. CLUBS: Chess 3, 4, Chess Team 2, 3, Fencing 2, 4, Fencing Team Q, Pleiades 4, Table Tennis 4. SPORTS: Junior Varsity Soccer 9, 3, Varsity Track 3. I46 l KYJ? '7 Ap'-1.1 M0 V' 'u i' "v ' nf ' A ' ' 1 if - ir 4 it in ' ll f ADDISON FOSTER X 1220 Drexel Avenue, Drexel Hill ' wx 'il l QL- 5 Academic - Purple El' ,,--15,5 gl 5-FR ll. ll. I,-qw ' ,-,,. 3 -fy it 4.r- , V 'fit i , i JNCI- WW .1 "f5Q.Q1,. f ZWILLIAM C. FOY " 314 State Road, Upper Darby V . -.Q Scientific - Gold "2 1' P ' SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Gym A Team 4. CLUB: Rifle Q, 4. .-t, t f ,. jg!! J., .,,.' - , .. ,.:"' ZZ.. . . , v3.1.5 -3, , I: ' l -'iii' I mH?.zfE'3'-15 'J V . ' A '.Qt'5.,,-, GEORGE BILLINGER FRANCIS 332 Wayne Avenue, Lansdowne Scientific - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, Acorn Agent Q, Honor Roll, Upi-Dah Agent 2. CLASS: Play 3, Memorial Day Committee 2, Party Committee 4. RUTH D. FREE 423 Larchwood Avenue, Upper Darby General ' Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Upi-Dah Stail 9. CLASS: Play Q, Oalc, Candy Committee 4, Dance Committee Q, 3, 4, Executive Committee 4, Party Com- mittee Q, 3, 4, Play Committee 3, 4. SPORTS: Varsity Swimming 3, Cheer Leading Q. The messenger for a better part of the contents of v u j i-1 fffvyjl ? student stomachs l fu!! 5 1414.42 ri',i,,,..7 . F1 1 - J7t-t. im v f y W.. A 3 i HARRY GEORGE FREYX 4.54 67 Hartley Road Lansdowne ' Eat General - Gold 'lf' sci-toon Athletic Association Q, 3, 4. IC CPE! CLUB: Rifle 4. eq , t l47l at-'s -'-' --VM 'Q' . -- 31' 'Pri -. . " "ilu" "r 1 -1: . , . H X .tid - -. ,.'i.fj., 4:42-T" ' ,-"'Q:,r'y' rf ' ' e if H '- Qsgiifgi-.1 . - 4 ei gf 5 . ' . .-1-:Lf -, .-' J -6 .. 1' 5, ai-' -f-F12 f! -' 4. ea 'Ta .fee-'fs . -1.3:-' ' xref: iz-if:-3' H ., ,. 'vim gjgtzn 3 Q "I 23.- --. .' -.v', - .1 ,-. l' ' .min 1- 4f:.F'.fgw'-"gi: -. 1 . .Y :I-, - ,J V' . -.1513 , "fat vs.-3 "-122.5 . :.:f1',.. .f' if vc- 1 ' . .32j:ff.j- 's"?6, ' .39 z" ..2 I '.f:::.2 tn: l li ,- E-.1'f3"7 -f ay! '4 'H' -:-1'.t-.1.- .V . -. K. .-,f :."..:, vi. I -I-Beats?-, W . ,L ,. ,, 'V i 1 1. -.5 KL '41 fry Tiij- ff: - -r fljrfmt 5 - -5 ' 1:1355 iff' s - -- -- - -xg " air- '- A- ' 14:-:, p -E-.1'n.:. A 1-hh.: Toys for Christmas welfare, repaired by the school and distributed by the Hi-Y DOROTHY LILLIAN FRICK 41'l Timberlake Road, Upper Darby Commercial - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q. U CLUBS: Choral 9, 3, Riding 3. LOUISE RITA FUHRMAN 117 South Clifton Avenue, Aidan Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3. CLASS: Dance Committee 9, 3, 4, Party Committee Q 3, 4, Play Committee 2, 3, 4, Sticker Committee 4. CLUBS: Library 4, Table Tennis Q, 3, 4. WILLIAM JOSEPH GANE, JR. ' 115 Ashby Road, Upper Darby Academic ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4. CLASS: Oalc, Executive Committee Q. CLUBS: Fencing 3, Treasurer 4, Fencing Team, Cap- gnin 4, Rifle Q, 3, World Affairs Forum, Vice-Presi- ent 4. MARGARET LEVIS GARRETT 314 Riverview Avenue, Drexel Hill Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 3, Party Committee 4, Play Committee 4. CLUB: Le Cercle Francais 4. JAMES DONALD GARTLAND 221 Shirley Road, Upper Darby General - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Acorn Agent 3, 4, Monitor 3, Upi-Dah Agent 3. CLASS: Dance Committee 9, Play Committee 3. CLUB: Choral 3. E SPORTS: Basketball Numerals 3, Junior Varsity Bas- ketball 3. l48l General - Gold CLASS: Party Committee 9. Scientific - Purple ,ere jffgiifi' .W rw 1,0 VL., HOWARD vicron GEFVERQ' N 7758 Wayne Avenue, Upper Darby fn ? I SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4. CLUB: A Capella Chorus 3, 4. SPORTS: Junior Varsity Soccer Q. JOHN HARVEY GERMAIN, JR. C 7 - ' 3624 Berry Avenue, Drexel Hill A 04710, y SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4. K ROBERT WILLIAM GIBBONS , Springton Manor Apartments, Upper Darby SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Acorn Agent 3, Llpi-Dah Agent 3. CLASS: Dance Committee 3, Party Committee 3. CLUBS: History 4, Rille 3. GERTRUDE ANNASTASIA GILLAN 137 Terrace Avenue, Upper Darby Commercial - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 4. Scientific ' Gold Monitor Q, Tribunal Q. mittee 3, Play Committee 4. l L DONALD HEISERMAN GOFF 357 Lakeview Avenue, Drexel Hill General - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Honor Roll, CLASS: Oak, Executive Committee 3, 4, Party Com- CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 4, Choral Q, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Pleiades Q, SPORTS: Basketball Numerals 3, Junior Varsity Foot- ball 2, 3, 4. 49 'eva 754. 4. 51 :vii U Q , ,f ,4 ll . 'r I, I , ,. i A, ..,,,2,,.g ..,, mm.. ,,. 3'-'J .if . A W' 'Z 1'575jfl",: ::,-. . e ' L-'fri' '-:wr Sig 'fin' . 1 .. ,. -. i., 1. t -5 F5 2 ,, fx? . 1. ' 'b.V'.-T' "qw ,i :. " ffffiftiiz--rfu.-' - '-29:13--5-if 'A -, 1" vials 1, , " "f:1'," ig 795245 '.3gff1QifE:,:ff Kr' 335. 'i""lf':' --Eff i ' .. 'i:':1::f 1 ik -. ,gg ' jf: 'QB - '. , -'z 4. Cz he 5 ., , l ., . "-,M-'s'-Y' :iii . ?r .. "TD:-3 13,93 .mx -.v , i ,-', -jg ' :s .. ww- 41' ',, ,.. - 3- jr :iz f-5: . L, fl.: ,... .. ,- ?:ff "PE 'Iv' " " 7' -If-f1'1's-.-4.51 I., " "5-."-S.r:IJi , - ,iii fa: 1 "ni"-Tgi ,,,, , . ,..,, . 5-. ,:y.,5.,5 wr- . . . . ,. .' '-Qzbrcz The Upi-Dah holds attractions for all the student body, particularly those whose quips are found therein wt A f , ....,,w ...,mm.. , ., . . ,.,.. f , - . s 'l-'fe'Yi-- "lvl 1- ' wsu- -r- : , 1' g'lli.Z:,'S'f3. .15 :5-2' mn. 5' , ., . !"i:i"l:5i. 'f 'Y 2 ' .. "M ' " 511- ':.'FPf:.: if f. 6 g- -"1:q'gxi1iQjZ-J-- 2-,uri EE! 'Sqgt .7 in-171. . I 'Zac :I " - 4 T -ilirifl-aff W' ' 'Zi' 9 l-'lf ":'241'i' . 41117: ' ' IN?-if , 'L-,z-af, 34 1 'gh -, rf.. ,ex a ' 'x ' .- - ' 1 1: ' 'Q ' iw.-Q. mf "" 1 ' l , N E Iggy. 4 5. K-.L in .!. . ' . ,' i.'2Z': :L-' .. 'ff x , -if ? :rise :-J . '- i f:"3u 'fr " "' ' L if., "- ls, grx .. . Lf.. .. K 'lm !!'2'.:l 711551, "rf 11'-5' 'H' 5 lx, .,..:,-V, 5, ' r f P-3 . , i '.:'2-'l' :'.- iff :-H. V .- .- -:,- ::'g.,,: ' E, '- 1' ,".f:z'..-3 l?:'?4u, , . . 1'1- .nn ...J u I - .'-.., .-i r..-, .m-s..4,, ' J'-5 Q.-.gen-fi .. -...iz The Farmer's Frolic en masse in a wild attempt to be recognized MARGARET VORHIS GOHEEN 339 Margate Road, Upper Darby General - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Upi-Dah Agent 2. CLASS: Play 4, Candy Committee 4, Dance Committee 4, Party Committee 3, 4, Play Committee 3, Sticker Committee 4. CLUBS: Choral 2, 3, Pleiades 4. SPORTS: Junior Varsity Hockey 2. LAWRENCE DAVIS GOLDSMITH 928 Alexander Avenue, Drexel Hill Scientific - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, Dah Agent 9. 4. CLASS: Play Committee 4. SPORTS: Soccer Numerals, Captain 4. 4j Upi Lf 6st, 4534, I 1-2 NW WH 5 - 73 RALPH G. GQZNZALEZ X M ff 363 Blanchard Road, Drexel Hill Scientific ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, A. A. Coun Cl . CLASS: Oak, Assistant Business Manager, Play Com mittee 4. CLUB: Hi-Y 4. SPORTS: Soccer Numerals 4, Golf 2, Acting Captain 3 CAIXA. 7 DOROTHY L. GREEN 7100 Clover Lane, Upper Darby Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Honor Roll. IRENE LlLLlAN GREEN 88 Keystone Avenue, Upper Darby Commercial - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Honor Roll. CLUB: Commerce 3, 4. l5Ol A f-. 1 RUTH K. GREENFIELD 6600 Chestnut Street, Upper Darby Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. CLASS: Play 3, Candy Committee 4, Dance Com- mittee 2, 3, Party Committee 2, Sticker Committee 4. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 3, Historian 4, Choral 9, 3, 4, Pleiades 2, 3, 4, Rifle 4. DOROTHY LOUISE GRISBAUM 306 Owen Avenue, Lansdowne Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, Upi-Dah Agent 2, 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 4. CLUBS: Latin 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 4. JANE E. GROSS 515 Larchwood Avenue, Upper Darby General A Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Acorn Agent 3, Upi-Dah Agent 3. CLASS: Dance Committee Q, 3, 4, Play Committee 4. CLUBS: Choral 9, 3, Dramus, Chorus Q, History Q, 3, . 4, Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, 4. LESTER DAWSON GUY 119 Overhill Road, Upper Darby Scientific - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll, Student Council 4. CLASS: Play, Electrician 3. CLUBS: Hi-Y 3, 4, Steinmetz 2, 3, President 4. DOROTHY VIRGINIA HAFER 68 Sunshine Road, Upper Darby Commercial ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4. CLASS: Play Committee 4. CLUBS: Choral 9, 3, Library 4. I51I 'gms .512 I 4Fl1:+,:TJf-4' -S' ' I 'f - 3' ' . 'f'4i::... .i '11 '- "vi L 1'::- .:,ff2f:.:,.. .. .-1 . - x:-zzfdf mr--.'f:' fag.-gl :17 u 'fir '- : -J '.,.,: ' ' ' -,.- I. "f"'4- :A 'HQ-., 'e " 1 L I I-J 1:3 1 mi. fig E. TLA , ,Ml z ,xr ' 'N I :' ,.e21fs7 '?"?. '.. F' -fad -2-521.4 ',.,. ,J .' - F? 1 .af-, 'Sf' ' am? 'Pr :xg 1 4 f.,.. V. .- .-1 -.-:. ' f " ": :'. 4' ' '- . . . .. 1.9, . 3":f',., ' .- 1 :KL 1111. kj., . 1 3.13 .I ' ,:j5:'1,.l5: S-'E 'gg .- .g,.':gIg.,,3j , " " "3 DM tv, .: ' 2,3 .- ' 'V 5-M-,z -,.:. .3- .Lw . . . '..'S'l: '-Sjiffqi-'Q .A-"3"?" .,:g.'.1IQ '11-IQ 4 . .,.,2, ' :ULU-n': The south side flower bed in a mood forecasting spring - , MYW7' ' X ..,. ,mr , , pf W R ,, ' J l i . ig: -iv, ei.: 2 , U , fi F E -4.53: JACK EDWARD HAGY A 1017 Bellield Avenue, Drexel Hill 9 Academic - Purple Q , P. f-it , SCHOOL: Athi r Ass ' r 9 3, 4, A. A. C - U K-' 33 it cil Q, Honor Role !FWe iiliilldgrln Passing" 3. oun f Q , CLASS: President 3, Dance Committee 9, 3, 4, Party if 3 15 Committee 2, 3, 4, Play Committee 3. ' ' ' ' My CLUB: Hi-Y 3, Treasurer 4. SPORTS: Junior varsity Basketball Q, 3, Junior var- ' "Q: sity Football 2, Football 3, 4. .EXE , J :ji-:il :Il CATHERINE MARIE HAINES 1 422 Glendale Road, Upper Darby I Commercial - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3, 4. A u CLUBS: Choral Q, commerce 3, 4. ....- 1 - The Upi-Dah proof- readers are given to slight kibitzing BETTIE MILDRED HALL 7039 Aberdeen Road, Upper Darby General - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4. DOROTHY RAE HALSTEAD 221 Huntley Road, Upper Darby Commercial ' Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3, 4, Upi-Dah Stall 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 4, Party Committee 2. CLUB: Choral Q. ELIZABETH WARREN HAMILTON 133 Keystone Avenue, Upper Darby General - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Acorn Agent 4, Student Council, Recording Secretary 4, Honor Roll. CLASS: Oak, Dance Committee 3, 4, Party Committee 3, 4, Play Committee 3, 4. CLUBS: Ars Poetae 2, 3, 4, History 4, Le Cercle Francais 4, Library 2. ml ELAINE COWELL HANAMAN 451 Wilde Avenue, Drexel Hill Commercial - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4. CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Dance Committee 2, Party Committee Q, 4. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 4, Choral 3, 4, Library Q, , 3, 4, Pleiades 3, 4. NANCY TREASA HANEY 530 Alexander Avenue, Drexel Hill Commercial - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4. CLASS: Executive Committee 9, Magazine Committee Q, Memorial Day Committee 2. CLUB: Library 3, 4. SPORTS: Junior Varsity Hockey 9, Varsity Hockey 3, 4, Varsity Swimming 4, Basketball Numerals 4. BETTY JANE HANNAN Forrest and Huey Avenues, Drexel Hill Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Fideles 4, Monitor 2, Tribunal, Secretary 3. CLASS: Secretary 4, Dance Committee Q, 3, 4, Execu- tive Committee 3, 4, Party Committee 3, 4. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 4, Ars Poetae, Treasurer 4, Choral 2, 4, Dramus, Chorus 2, 3, Cast 4, Hi-Y 3, President 4, Le Cercle Francais 4, Rifle 9, 3, Tay- Wistalvan 3, Vice-President 4. HARRY B. HANSELL 7001 Penarth Avenue, Upper Darby Scientific ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Acorn Agent 9, 3. CLASS: Dance Committee 2, 3, Party Com- mittee 2. SPORTS: Junior Varsity Football 3, Captain 4. lo Ir ALVIN EARL HARRIS ffyfi' 7443 Miller Avenue, Upper Darby 4-5315 Scientific - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. SPORTS: Junior Varsity Soccer 2, 3, Varsity Soccer 4. l53l t D a A, ,Wi ....,M... ,,: yr. K . 25.15 L ' P .5 ,Q .Lp V A E? :SIL fig-' Q . t . ff1?:5:.. Ti '11 :F Y. '. 2. -,rv-.t::-t. - i' 2 gs.. "M-,F ' E +1-.. ..I-5. 'ea .4 " 1 ' '::-.g,.g,.- - ---. 131' -1-.igliliiii X' filff 'ij T933 '-:i51!i5'.11J5 iv' 15: n ..5.-.i,..:'A gpg., , g - ' ci' ii'f'.-1. ' - I ixri --l.'zC-,I-'i .:, j '. ' '-.1 .nk 4 1 4 1. : - ' 'rl ' sf-., vt' : -I L- . " L.,--"' m s-5,35 2.1.15-.. ...QI 41. 'za-1.1 4 .,.. . -Sz, .4 . fig '- E. - 'QTL ' E. - ,. P-. ' ' -7:5-fe F .iqk Sy -A 4,1155 5-sv. ' i:f.'Ti': 1 g V, r. .- :if ' :f "-I176' 212- T., '.-P 91157. " 7 1-'f.1.':'5F a ef- '- Eliflshif-11-43: . : "ffJ4?mi The policeman has a busy time directing school trafiic at the close of the day's session . ---t . '---mg-, . .. ie . . f - -4 ': .. . img, - 4 EILEEN SYLVIA HARRIS 'A Yzfa S, it JM 'v 5 5 X .Iwi ': ,Y . . ,iv s. , 1 G . U .. 3 4 1-,il ' '- :. . IFF QL ' s w f- 2 '- . ' " ..-ff 's ' 113. cttw'-X T I.. P .- i . i 1, 'tgrj N. is ,T A :Lv ' ' K' . 1,1 A .l 5 N , A -FE, ghd- - in " ' J i' , "K: l Q QQ viii 'I H Q f 3 fs,- A We-"Ef, "li l 75?-"'-II' , ff 5 - " V . .W . '-'.- 1 ' '1"-'.' .' .' .-'l 1 "1 . f- ':' -.3 ril'-C. " . -x' 4 9 1, Viz- - "?Il'L?Lll ', '- 1-i - fx-,tu .-',, f., , V. --:Y-' v G-11-I . ' '-"' ."5'2?-5 il-bn as-.11 if .. .' , 'SCU-nm The steps of the Nation's Capitol are shown greatly enhanced by three Upper Darby tourists 7325 West Chester Pike, Upper Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Debating 4. CLUBS: Choral 9, 3, German 2. CATHERINE MARY MORTEN HART 4027 Marshall Road, Drexel Hill Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Acorn Agent 2, Public Speaking Prize 3, Upi-Dah Stall Q, Assistant Business Manager 3, Business Manager 4. CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Dance Committee Q, 3, Party Committee 3, 4, Play Committee 3, 4, Sticker Committee 4. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 4, Choral Q, 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Le Cercle Francais 4, Library 9, 3, President 4, Darby MARGARET MARY HARROLD 53 North State Road, Upper Darby Academic ' Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3 4 Rifle 4. .Iv"' U' 74 x . I My X GEORGE A. HAY, JR. fW 144 Heather Road, Upper Darby Scientific - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4,Acorn Agent2. CLASS: Oak, Junior Business Manager 3, Treasurer 4, Dancte Committee 2, Party Committee 4, Play Com- mittee . CLUB: Hi-Y 4. SPORTS: Football Statistician 3, 4. RUTH HAZEL 107 Englewood Road, Upper Darby General - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Distinguished Honor Roll. CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Dance Committee 3, 4, Sticker Committee 4. CLUB: Algetrarca 3, 4. l54l 1, rv MARGARETTA ELIZABETH HEARN 829 Foss Avenue, Drexel Hill Academic ' Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Honor Roll Upi-Dah Staif 3, Exchange Editor 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 3, Play Committee 4, Sticker Committee 4. CLUBS: Algetrarca 3, .4, Ars Poetae 4- History 3 Treasurer 4, Latin 3, 4, Le Cercle Francalis 4, RiFle Qi 3, Table Tennis SZ, 3. DORIS E. HEAVENS 7076 Ruskin Lane, Upper Darby General - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 4, Upi-Dah Agent 2. CLUBS: Choral 2, Library SZ, 3, 4. EVELYN E. HEFLIN 7042 Aberdeen Road, Upper Darby Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, A. A. Council 2, 4, Honor Roll, Monitor Q, Upi-Dah Staff 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 9, 3, Executive Committee 2, 3, 4, Party Committee 4, Sticker Committee 4. CLUBS: Hi-Y 3, 4, Latin 3, 4, Leeuwenhoelc 2, 3, Secretary 4, Tay-Wistalvan Q, 3, 4. SPORTS: Junior Varsity Hockey 2, 3, Junior Varsity Tennis 2, Varsity Tennis 3, Captain 4. MAE ELLEN HELFRICH 907 Childs Avenue, Drexel Hill General - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4. CLUBS: Latin 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3, Pleiades 9. HARRIET HELLER 210 Kent Road, Upper Darby Commercial - Purple SCHOOL: Acorn Agent 2, 3, Acorn Typist 4. CLUBS: Commerce 3, 4, Pleiades 9, 3, 4, Riding 4. l55l -----..,,.- --.. ,,,,,,1-. ..,., -'iw - 1. 4' . . "i55'f1fv:ZSfl' Ex " S '-firfzgg. if gr? mz.. -5' , , ', .fg 1: 1" ef '.5"'i13'CfiHi.'i lf" '4 H... '-'.- ii" " fu- :,'5.,.:.z . 'L.,l'.c4 'T . Q' Jffffaliiiifdf 1.17:-I. HEI' 'Yqiifi 5-. -. .4 i. I- .: t. 4 'limi f - z. . 1,"'4 41 A gg' ig EE . 4 iff.-'. 1 ' ' " fa lf-5- ,? T?fe: I ,. 1. I 1 lt ., g Frm, 4 .. ,,. :. F3314 ..5r. '., ,w:g.I' sg- na I--r: . , ' : 1.-qigqi 4 . "ti , S . .. mi W2 35, 4,15 .1 H2355 I' fi, tif. " A E235 i:Li,i:,. ' -'ir I I-':l'. . -1" "Tl ' ' if ,: 1' Pii -. ' , 'A-lif, 1, ' . F57-,, "1 .. 1 Q:-:gl-,.:',3, ..+ i. -'I " ".fZ.'.:'5'f-Ik - ...lr .7534 .fl . .,.- ' .' 5-4. .v . 5 -4. , ,. 1 - '-r. ' fr'l-ll vu ' '..' L gifs: ll - 'ln"?l i- . .rf -, 7', ,l 'j' 11333-1'-. 9- llw!-'g, .:- .A -AQ., u 1 151.1 -: . ' " ."' ' iEl'i'P57L'f1.'r if 1-.E '. ' l:Ti'4l5wv The inspiration of these trophies has produced tight as well as many victories for our football team i. i nf?-r V .ff!'?FS1??" ' Q KATHRYN JANE HENDERSON 4617 Huey Avenue, Drexel Hill 'g Commercial - Gold ,Brin ml 3 SCHOOL: Athletic Association 4. Elf, ,C is-fs . 4 4,-jg - , . 5:-.., ' .. '5 fJ:s1' 1' s. I-'l ' -.1 -f-1- 531. 7-' l ':1f,.--' ui: 5- . T taowfsifwwef- E ff. .,-irc.: ,I 3, . 'fc , ...Q I .qjii,3g,.:.. I-.fri .1 rf- l : F, , .5-,.,. , --.-'11 .far - --. 'YI 'Wx "3-rfflizg' " . 1:r Q " --g f"f-- I' 2 ' 'ii ,iff 'f..'.:,., , , Q ,I . W .. W . v,-. 1.1 . , . 1 ...GIF ',p-Q5 :. gf? 'fii' ' f.,.-..:-" . fa 'ggi fn I. --'-'ara ea: H . 'A r -, -5 5 LT in G2 tv aj El .. .uf .tim ". J ,ff ' '- 'E-yr-I y -.-1, , P ,': 'Wg f-Y.. ,.,. . Y -fs. - ' ' or -'-. 3 5.,5giErf.' 'E' f:. ' 1. ' .- .1-:21:Q: J?- . . . . 4. 1:51-: . fill' - fitigfwjf .JV . 1' . .' ' -Claws, Baby Day affords the dignified juniors a welcome opportunity to again don their childhood clothes CLUB: Library 4. RUTH MARCELL HENDERSON 1234 Myrtlewood Avenue, Llanerch Hllls Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Acorn Agent 4, Upi-Dah Agent 4. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 4, Choral 2, 3, 4, Rille 2. KATHRYN MARGARET HEUTZENRODER 618 Littlecroft Road, Upper Darby Commercial - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 4. CLASS: Party Committee 4. CLUB: Library 4. RUTH ANN HILL 7227 Hilltop Road, Upper Darby Commercial - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3. CLASS: Play 2, Candy Committee 4. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 3, 4, Choral 3, 4, Library 2. CELIA ANN HILLES 7017 Wayne Avenue, Upper Darby General - Gold SCHOOL. Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, A. A. Council 3. CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Dance Committee 4. 56 WILLIAM F. HITZ 7817 Arlington Avenue, Upper Darby Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Monitor 3, TribunalQ,Upi-DahAgent9,"WeNoticeinPassing"3. CLASS: Magazine Committee Q, Party Committee 3. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 4, Choral 4, Dramus, Orchestra 2, 4. WILLIAM S. HODGES 247 Rocklyn Road, Upper Darby Scientific - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. CLUB: Rifle 3. 1 JACK LEWIS HOFFMAN Elizabeth Manor Apartments, Upper Darby Scientific - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 4. . ff K I -'sl D, f 1 IJ . UQ. f'7f"Z'n' I 1391 , 1 Lu- ' I 4 L. :Jm"""f'L ,wtf-ff 'is ll-1 -J"f"'d' ,. JOHN W. HOFFMAN 7259 Walnut Street, Upper Darby Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Upi- Dah Staff 3, Acorn Staff 4. CLUB: Le Cercle Francais 4. MYRTLE EDITH HOFFMAN 143 Foss Avenue, Drexel Hill Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Acorn Agent 3, Honor Roll, Acorn Stali 3. CLASS: Oak, Dance Committee 3, 4- Executive Com- mittee 4, Play Committee 4, Sticker Committee 4. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 4, Algetrarca 3, 4, Choral 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Le Cercle Francais 4, Tay- Wistalvan 3, Secretary 4. l57l Vx X. 2 ' 1 . .rg 1 , J L. -:..,q.,.I ...,.,,,,.. , .. H, . , .. iirfifa?-f .AQ . l . T' "'5..E."'l'..rJ'5Q hw. .re 53:--,He Q ' 'zq :ggi .I-Z. :N .E I X . 52E'.'!:..' YE riff F' 5. ' E. "'A3f'5,'if?li:--:f-J.-' -'gtigiff -If 3:7 -f:...I.1-.L -.-'.,,:o -51.353 'fzlggggfj-,:j,gF W i 1555. em-Q - ' 5,5351 " - 'f-1-.-"'f?:'e.f'41 - ,-..- .f .'-lit, 'IQ-:Q :. 4.5-rf. ' Zu. ,fb '27 1 1, U 21. st - - If -- 1: I is eg--, 1:55-ac, - -- ' . -, I ,.,.:. 5.-1-29: g..:,,u ' rt 1. ' .' L- rf :. 'I' :Z-5 lj.. "F fb. El.: .. .. A ?1.'f.1'F.. 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V " "'.gs.'.a7 "J-lm.-. .L'f.PQ:f . aim? Rstirxfazrmi., f:.:1..., i-Ethyl A rather recent addition to the athletic Held for the convenience of sport fans if 1- 'mr Q 'lyyfd ml I l ,qfyv FRANCIS ROBERT HOFMANN l vi' XM' -1 318 Cedar Lane, Upper Darby l Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 3, Play Committee 3. CLUB: Rifle Q. WINIFRED J. HOLLOWAY 4122 Rosemont Avenue, Drexel Hill Scientific - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Honor Roll Student Council 2, Upi-Dah Stall 3, 4. CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Dance Committee 3, Memorial Day Committee 9, Party Committee Q, 3. CLUBS: Hi-Y Q, 3, 4, Latin 2, 4, Vice-President 3, Tay-WistalvanQ,3,4,WorldAl'lairsForum,Secretary4. , FRANCES ELLENOR HOHN 1120 Belfield Avenue, Drexel Hrll Academic - Gold EOHOOL: Athletic Associatron9 3 4 Honor o . CLASS: Executive Committee Q 4 Magazine Committee 9, Party Committee 4 Play Com mittee 4. CLUBS: History 3, Secretary 4 Le Cercle Fran cais 4, Riding Q. RUTH DOROTHY HOOD 7210 Sellers Avenue, Upper Darby Scientific - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4- Honor Roll, English Prize 2, Monitor 9, Upi-Dah Stahl 3, 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 2, Executive Committee 3, 4, Magazine Committee 2, Memorial Day Committee 9, Party Committee 9, 3, 4, Play Committee 3, 4. CLUBS: Algetrarca Q, 3, 4, German 3 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Pleiades Q, Tay-Wistalvan Q, 3, 4, World Allairs Forum, Sergeant-at-arms 4. MARGARET ELIZABETH HOPKINS 357 Harrison Avenue, Upper Darby General - Gold l58l l f,g,.l7J,fv'L7"'3't- -bqfvzq JJ' WPG, ifyfw 4 -- , f i 113' ' e GEORGE ALExANDER HoPsoN Z 1019 TYler Avenue, Darby i if "'.-,iii Q General - Gold A '1-:53T3f5'jQ5' W i fi: "'4 'f SCHOOL: AthleticAssociation Q, 3, Upi-DahAgent 3. R Al J.. . -55. ...Qi Ear: - J A i QE. 'L iff? ,., h :J-V: I It ::,:4::'1-am., FRANK ELTON HORPEL, JR. " :Sf " 45 56 South Kirklyn Avenue, Upper Darby , l' " 7' P ...Hg 4 -is i... rv ' Academic - Purple - :h ..i SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4. SPORTS: Junior'Varsity Wrestling 3, Varsity I Wrestling 4. ' " 2'-ff . ,ml :. . - gg. -'-Z-jrflql-if nf: ' '-Y .-6' zf:-' .. ',.' -3 s .-,ax .xii-,SIL C jigs . 4' ".'.S,3f" . fr ':- . ferzffi.-.-. -.1-' - - .g,h.,,.,, ROBERT D. HUEBNER 26 South Pennoclc Avenue, Upper Darby Scientific - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, A. A. Coun- cil 4, Honor Roll Biology Prize Q, Monitor, Chairman 9, Tribunal 4, Gym Team 3, "We Notice in Pass- ing 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 4, Executive Committee 4, Memorial Day Committee 3, Play Committee 4. CLUBS: German, Vice-President 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Leeu- wehoek 4. SPORTS: Soccer Numerals 4, Junior Varsity Football Q, 3, Varsity Cross Country 4, Varsity Track 3, 1 Captain 4. GEORGE RICHARD HUFT 4415 Bond Avenue, Drexel Hill Scientific - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 4, Choral Q, 3, Riding 4. A fw0-5ided gadget to aid athletes in becoming clock-watchers LILLIAN L. HUNTER 2216 Manor Road, Upper Darby Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4,Acorn Agent Q. CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Dance Committee Q, 3, 4, Magazine Committee 9, Party Committee 9, 3, 4, Play Committee 3, 4, Sticker 4. CLUBS: Algetrarco 4, Chess 3, Le Cercle Francais 3 4, Library 4, Pleiades 4. SPORTS: Junior Varsity Cheer-Leading Q. l 59 l 4 s K'- -vh Q, -.., .Q , - '.-:'f.i-J 1-','. ,EE ' . ..-i,,fLpl4s,f J. ha? .3 h "E':-.":-' '-T "t.- Q 'it-r , f T Yi in fe -. 3,1 , , . '-1-' .c . Q .. '-1, 1 " li:--:gI,,C-:.,.: ,. . . - ,-,3f,g'5:',3f-1' :,.3-:1 2:1 75:53 'f' :1s:- Q 3,1-'ici I i. E' . " 4252 , 3155, L, ' 1 I .fp 5 'ht P ' ' . . H-55l",. , 'fill X9 "-31:5 , F5 -1-- 'rw .:55?'IQE '- A ' ,ir - j:,. 5, A N mill: I -'sz 41, :J . JA... A f -, g '-I-lf, 1 . W. "1 ,. lj.:-:,'l'l' 1-t if? " " 'f.7:Ff1:1-!51 I 'ft iw. ' :-r:jf.i,, 'L rn-:A k 512- 1 -t'-. -2,1 GRACE LEE INSLEY 147 North Carol Boulevard, Upper Darby DORIS ELIZABETH HUTTON Springton Manor Apartments, Upper Darby General - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2. CLASS: Party Committee Q. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 3, 4, Choral 9, 3, 4, Rifle Q, Table Tennis 3. THOMAS N. IDE 624 Beverly Boulevard, Upper Darby Scientific - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Monitor Q, Tribunal 3, Upi-Dah Agent 9. CLASS: Executive Committee 2. CLUB: Hi-Y 3, 4. SPORTS: Junior Varsity Football 9, Varsity 4, Varsity Wrestling 3, Captain 4. General - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 4. CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Dance Committee 4, Party Committee 4. CLUBS: Algetrarca 4, Choral 3, 4, Latin 4, Rifle 9, 3, 4. The pageant is graced by the sacred presence of a Roman wedding CHESTER H. IRONS 7280 Bradford Road, Upper Darby General - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3 MARY ELLIS IRWIN 389 Bayard Road Upper Darby General Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 1-. CLUB. Rifle 2, 4. l60l E fi ALICE GERTRUDE JABLOW Drexel Court Apartments, Drexel Hill 'it-' . Q Scientific - Gold , SCHOOL: Acorn Staff Q, 3, Athletic Association Q, . , 3, 4, Honor Roll. .'. QLSLEB CLASS: Dance Committee 3, Party Committee 3, 4. 3 :I CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 3, 4, Algetrarca 2, 3, 4, "Sal :SM Choral 2, 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 4. ss "" "-' ' 1 n -....e.,,.- .... N, ,., ,. , . ,,fr,,., ,., L3 . si' " ' ' f 5. my 5-1146, .i 4.-:rg E. ' i Tm TQ"- ' ' .EH 1 ' - -2 ww, . . 1 IEP- , - Lg I ".4. Q l ' "' 1 X' . ,I r . 4. l 'S , Us V' -. 1: , A I l 'x 5 an K V Y e 1 l ri 'rt 5 .gl -s .v .g..:pf'.,,5c :-. 4.1 ,t -.:1.i53 sLz MARGUERITE JUDITH JACKSON :rw 290 Sheffield Road, Lansdowne 'Ja-'a':fs Academic - Purple V.: SCHOOL:AthleticAssociation9,3,4,AcornAgentQ. ., , 'N' i :cp CLASS: Play 3, 4, Candy Committee 4, Dance Com- 1 ,-A 1'- VZ' 'lf-fi'-"mi mittee, 9, 3, 4, Party Committee 4, Sticker Committee 4. U CLUBS: Dramus, Chorus 3, 4, Fencing Q, 3, History 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 3, Secretary-Trea- surer 4, Pleiades 4, Rifle Q, Tay-Wistalvan 2, 3, 4. RUTH GERTRUDE JACQUES ' 417 Drexel Court Apartments, Drexel Hill Commercial - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 2, 3, Choral 9, 3, Pleiades 3, Rifle Q. RUTH VIRGINIA JAMES 4027 Vemon Road, Drexel Hill Commercial - Purple After,Scho0l SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. occupations in the CLASS: Cand Committee 4- Dan girls' gym always command a great deal of attention from curious on-Iookers Y , ce Committee 3, Party Committee 3, Play Committee 4. CLUBS: A Caoella Chorus 4, Choral 2, 3, 4. ELSIE MARIE ,IAUS 924 Mason Avenue, Drexel Hill Commercial - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 4. CLUBS: A Cappella Chorus 4, Choral 3. l61l 'ff'-f W5 . ---..E..- --...nw , ,: .V . ffm-' .-. Q , 4 5. "i:.-Qu al! V1 gk i- f 4 -55.53 43, -Pt Pia, G , 4 . wzsr, ': V-. ag i '. ' L X y.-QL... 55 -- 3 Wu eng.: E .gL,..Z5W,, ja. xg: .- ..-.,,.'. 1- .- 'WAX 'jlgflifiiif W L F371 5, I' , 4 if 'J 1511: a ' , - - -- 5, ' -i , 583, , .,4.5cJ. .4 -' . ',,:-51 :. t '-,jigtf ig, - Ni!-Q Q l . ,. .lm ig., W , ,i ". A Q,v 'tiff - 1. f.. ,.i.: 21'-Lg, ':- ' "5"-' '-.f iii. "1 .. :ff ' "Fit rl- 'I -: 715'-ffts-.-'La ,I .7 h H ETL as -- rf. -. lrplfr.. ' --.':r:, , ,I ri H 1, 'SLT '. .1 1.2 - -3:9323 '. .,', '- it , :,',::gf. 1:51-:I v':gg:-I ' -S!i:.:.is1,:1 :.. we .1-0 l The Delaware County Hospital which frequently lends a helping hand to ailing Upper-Darbyites RUTH MAY JENNINGS 50 South Glenwood Avenue, Aldon General - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 2, Party Committee 3, 4, Sticker Committee 4. CLUBS: Choral 2, Commerce 4, German 2, 3, Sec- retary 4. BETTY CHRISTINIA JENSEN 7001 Atlantic Avenue, Upper Darby Commercial ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4 CLUB: Library 9, 4. BERNARD SIGURD JOHNSEN, JR. 6904 Baltimore Avenue, Fernwood General - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 4. f +057 L! 6233 5- 'ci ., "Jr-9-4' Liu f I' -L5 'll-l6J"'lA'Lv4' 61,4 ,104 .1 vZ'J'bJ7A Nl lille VJJMW 3 f - ROBERT A. JOHNSTON 840 Turner Avenue, Drexel Hill Scientific - Purple SCHOOL: Acorn 4, Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 2, 3, Party Committee Q. CLUB: Rifle Q, 3. DOROTHY MERRITI' JONES 3309 Huey Avenue, Drexel Hill Academic ' Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Party Committee 4, Sticker Committee 4. CLUBS: Le Cercle Francais 4, Table Tennis 4. l69 l EVERETT H. JONES Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Honor Roll. CLASS: Oak, Dance Committee Q, 3, 4, Executive Committee Q, Magazine Committee Q, Party Com- mittee Q, 3, 4, Play Committee 3, 4. CLUBS: Algetrarca 3, 4, Dramus, Chorus 3, History 3, 4, World Affairs Forum 4. W4-. cf' H ' ffwiglifg ,.lf'7 "W HARRY REES JONES 8166 AHTQP1 Avenue, Upper Darby Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, A. A. Council 4, Debating 9, 3, 4. CLASS: Play 3, Executive Committee 3. CLUBS: Dramus, Orchestra 3, History 3, 4, Pleiades 9, 3, Rifle Q, World Affairs Forum 4. ,fbffnl w Q 3,4-I -l ' 7 f- ROBERT LEE JONES DU mai' 5 Harvin Road, Upper Darby ' scientific - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3. CLASS: Dance Committee Q, 3, 4, Play Committee 3, Pennant Salesman 4. CLUB: RiFle Q. SARA ERMA JONES 241 Heather Road, Upper Darby Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 4. CLUB: Le Cercle Francais 4. SHIRLEY MURIEL JONES 116 Englewood Road, Upper Darby Commercial ' Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Honor Roll, Monitor 2. CLASS: Oak, Candy Committee 4, Dance Committee Q, 3, 4, Executive Committee 3, Party Committee 3, Play Committee 3, 4. CLUBS: Commerce 3, 4, Dramus, Chorus 3, Cast 4. -- 163 l 361 Avon Road, Upper Darby i 5 , 44 iv mr ".,E'!-.gh :Iv V ' .,isf,-'ywfl "' .. t J' .?:tfMis,- -.w its ' t 1- ' 1' . 4,93 wi -Q ' ' i. 'SX mf A gg-'79 S. -3 'SE tm N" . 1 ' -I 2 ' 15 'Eff N , , as 1- ,. 5' D ,,, 1 3 , f,-., -sE4.w.- r. 3. K .V HSN. ,4 1. L nl 1' I .,'.,: tn-.5 -5 --QE. ,A , 4, 33 41: fs? '41 A :t , ' ,fi-' ' V A-,. . :.- 'Hai' "fs .. "' -aug.. '.,.i, . K -3- .'.4'.:-: f '?:" 1" " '1,:j,:j3l-N55 :,- ' ,.,,1.:,,5,, .'.E'x:" rf " 122 'ilfg L. - , :TI '-:',"fsu L , 1:53 ifff 'f gif., -1 -. :-- :rs 451. " .- .f'2.u:f?f 4 adj- ' '.1,-s,',45:" .za . -,cw , R'.'iiP."..:-Nh! .- ' S6051 l Al Price executes one oi his star punts which helped U. D. on so many occasions 'ii-.W-In .. .' ' 'FYI' Wax Q,,.a1e'Q 3' . ....,,,,, U.. ,., , ,. . . . . 4' Q., :5'. 'Iii by . ,'7'i': -'.. 'Li' Elr:.. 3 . 4 Q g.,"- uaif 'lf ,. I ' , -. - RW?-Q .: iii F! 9 'gli . X 4---.- " in W- , pf.. .-,, - I ' '771 . ' .. .'..-'73 -.4 -'-' it ' was " - .--.-sf-1: .7 -'i':1+':'5,? 'N ' 51- " '.3-.5iJf':' L:-,,-,lr Ei 3 ' I' - 2:44 2 . ji' 'E . -' -' 'mg Pg- , , is ' 1: 'QC '11, l- . r ", " 4. 'uf P" , . we 1 gi-ts, ,. .cf .'.... 1 Y Ijlg -vii iii- :t n " ' , G22 at A gi si ' C' ' .Ar P t h, N "mt V D . -.41-1-.il .N A ' 4' 2-1 . ,ii .1 c 5'v'n ,,-ft.-.n. U ..li:.-3 ' f i th" " '.m,'..Y .gl , -geri- -em.-, An exception to the rule of none asleep going to Washington and none awake coming back EDNA MAY JULIAN 821 Turner Avenue, Drexel Hill Commercial - Gold A SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Biology Prize Q. CLASS: Dance Committee 3, 4. CLUBS: Commerce 4, Riding 3, 4, Table Tennis 9. SPORTS: Hockey Numeral Q. VIRGINIA M. KARR 7000 Cleveland Avenue, Upper Darby General ' SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Honor Roll. CLASS: Party Committee 4. CLUB: Library 4. SPORTS: Basketball Numerals 4. HELEN D. KAUFFMAN 2005 Greenhill Road, Lansdowne Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 4. CLUB: Library 4. RUTH MARIE KELLOGG 222 North Clifton Avenue, Aldan General - SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Honor Roll, Upi-Dah Sta Fl, Typist 4. CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, Party Committee 3, Sticker Committee 4. CLUBS: Choral Q, Commerce 3, 4, Dramus, Executive Committee 3, 4, Library Q, 3, 4, Table Tennis 4. l64l Purple GEORGE W. KEIM 221 Avon Road, Upper Darby Commercial ' Gold SCHOOL: Acorn Agent 2, 3. CLASS: Dance Committee 2, mittee 2, 3, Play Committee 3. SPORTS: Cheer-Leading 4. Purple 3, Party Com 1, -. ,'i,1wT HELEN FLORENCE KENNEDY 3787 Woodland Avenue, Drexel Hill Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 4. CLASS: Candy Committee 4. CLUBS: Chess 3, Choral 2, Latin 4, Le Cercle Fran- cais 3, 4. RUTH MARION KENNEDY 4105 Sommers Avenue, Drexel Hill Commercial - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Acorn Agent 4. CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Dance Committee Q, 4, Party Committee 9, Play Committee 3. CLUB: Choral 9. VIRGINIA J. KENNEDY Brookfield Road, Drexel Hill Commercial ' Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3, 4, Upi-Dah, Art Stall Q, 3. CLASS: Oak, Business Manager 4, Candy Committee 4- Dance Committee Q, 3, 4, Party Committee 3, 4, Play Committee 3, 4, Sticker Committee 4. CLUBS: Commerce 4, Hi-Y 4. I W.4u,,y,l74, SPORTS: Hockey Numeral 2. , 1' Wwllrfff CMMM 7 4 W ' t . Q, ,p 'X BLAIR KENNERLY 3824 Albemarle Avenue, Drexel Hill Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Upi- Dah Agent 3. CLUBS: Junior lzaak Walton League, Secre- tary Q, Vice-President 3, Secretary- reasurer 4, Leeuwenhoek, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3. MARGARET VIRGINIA KERNAN 7424 Rogers Avenue, Upper Darby Commercial - Gold SCHOOL: Acorn Agent 3. CLASS: Dance Committee 4. CLUBS: Library 4, World Alfairs Forum, Librarian 4. L l65I Q 6? Q Fifa l fs., ' 'Alfa ., jfG:,':-Z: -, il ' 'iv " " T' 71?-112:-,'.3 r., ' -'f.,"-ussl FM E . ,. :' ' "IW 7'5" 'Sf 'Q' ' ' df-v-. 21' a. , x-. tifffi 'Er ' . :rx " ' 43' :uh 2111. ani 5' M, 4 . f. - . . , . . .S 'fl :F ' - ' ,J a. ,A-':1f-rw ' ' Q PM "f-J' " '15--wtf'5?!J-:..., . ?:....i . . S. ' .-:+'2:E.F.1f ' ' - zz., IFF .'-:'5.af:f A E. .-1 0, - "- 1. - 1 . .' n : 'M M : sq E L 'gi u .Trl 48-A . li' 'uf' i'h.,.A1:i . ' .- 1 ,..1.5:,w 4 '- 'Ii ,gm-Q3 4. 359 ' 3 x.,.- - ----f, , 1 Q . 2:2 t s, ' e, in-Q ,iw 'ig gil? 'fr 51. 5 : " ' 1"- -"' -. t. , :.. - ' , . r.- gf. it- -J' r-fy 3, 1. -1. '-'- : :f T... :gi J't.'1l'- I .I -.ti J . -r.-pw Yuri 6.1 'IJ' , -.Y nl - 'nag .. -I 4-fjj-13:3 The messy business of spading up the pil falls on the track manager ' W Gi 1' 'aw 'fi 'Q I5 Tlftfm ZIV .1 .r -2 -' 3. -, 183 North Unlon Avenue Lansdowne Commercial Purple SCHOOL Athletic Association2 3 4 CLASS Candy Committee 4 OTTO ALBERT KESER i'f'f? . r':1:'W-QE i A' -'1. - ...Q . I. , 1 ,gl it: fs .V . . 5 '-?f"2lf'-:p, 'E 1:2 E 4 "1 ANN cEcn.E KERNS E ..- -.g5,.7:r.W., .gi ,. ,-1. hc? .T - '--.,'.f:a-W A .-,.:.y, 5- 5 , , . P' " 'Bl' nl..-. -."i-if IT Bi-F ' 'lflifiiigi Q L 121' E "'5 . -, ... . 1 it-bf A it . if , '5 "Fi . . . . .:': ' 4- I J, 5 I 1 - E ff: 25:1 :Q-ac J.-f' - X, '5 I .,.. 11554, .1 :':f::"' ' "' ' L- fd" - . " ', .2:,-'-- K .-fl!! '-ELT.. "ff . ' I I . I. "" 12' 3?Pf- K ' C .i-: .F - 5 .1 gr ..,i'n J- fat .,: i .Ma -:mr-'g . ,. ,3:, " lfziffuy - :sw 4 - - .chi l The Purple and Gold seems to play to the only stands not filled with loyal Upper Darby rooters WILLIAM FRANCES KILLEEN 7337 Miller Avenue, Upper Darby General - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. CLUBS: Choral 2, 4, Commerce 4. DAHLMAN ALBERT KING 447 Copley Road, Upper Darby Commercial - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3. 176 Springton Road, Upper Darby Scientific - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 4, Stage Man- ager 4. CLASS: Dance Committee Q, Party Committee 2, 3, 4, Play Committee 2, 3, 4. CLUBS: Dramus, Executive Committee 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Pleiodes 2, Steinmetz 2, 3, 4. . HU., .. .I ELIZABETH RUTH KINZER 2221 Garrett Road, Drexel Hill Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3. CLASS: Dance Committee 3, 4, Play Committee 4. CLUBS: Choral 3, 4, Pleiades 3. l 1661 ' .. ' 5 'L 3 v, , . fi' f,:g,51f,itf'- , JUNE ROSE KOMPASS 3817 Huey Avenue Drexel Hrll Academrc Gold SCHOOL Athletic Association Q 3 4 Honor Roll Distinguished Honor Roll English Prize 3 Monitor 3 Committee 2 Party Committee 4 Play Committee 4 Sticker Committee 4 CLUBS Hi YQ 3 4 Le Cercle Francais3 4 Pleiades K , . ..,,, ,W ..., M: , H . E Fin :,n+,:g 1 . Tfliiftirefcf ' '-c . - - -f3'f4'Si I - '. Nth, '33-??f1C!:' . 22' 1 " 'X . , . 5 QL . 5" . . I I . 1 lt i . f "" M flap: . f i - Q' .ma W 1 31.4 CLASS: Play 3, Oak, Candy Committee 4, Dance E page ' ' 3 1, tb .4 nifty' ' 'N tl ' . ' ' Q" :, . . . 54- .--" ' A A I ' 1 .1 i I i "' i i ' 1 1 - ff, , .r:-1,1 11: 'V ' 'ia A . Ulf., t . 4 I . 1 F-gf ., ".jrj. ,I - , ' ' ': ,. 1 -,,-g,-:-.-.- 1.-6 t ' ' 7 fr, r' ' 'gf jjyf'j.,,.,-2. ':, '- -".'1i4:i'.fGj flA7lzh'l'C'6'l 'M' j fl 4 Rifle 3 Tay Wistalvan 2 3 Treasurer 4 4 M: 1 K 'Q if: if-fi' gl,,1""gu'T'-Ij7'f ' DD? ...afr- ,CLARENCE ROTT KORFMANN 5 X 264 Sanford Road, Upper Darby n " Scientific - Gold W scriooit Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, A. A. , Council 4, Honor Roll. ' "if, 'ef ' ' if SPORTS: Varsity Baseball 3. PAUL HERBERT KRAMER 122 Terrace Avenue, Upper Darby Academic ' Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Acorn Agent 4, Honor Roll, Monitor 3, Upi-Dah 3, 4. CLASS: Play Q, Oak, Dance Committee Q, 4, Memo- rial Day Committee 9, Party Committee 2, 3, 4, Play Committee 3, 4. CLUBS: Algetrarca 3, 4, History 3, 4, Pleiades 4, Rifle 4, World Al-lairs Forum 4. LUCILLE ELLEN KREIDLER 212 Barrington Road, Upper Darby Scientific - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3, 4, Honor Roll. ESTHER R. KUMJAN 129 South Fairview Avenue, Upper Darby Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll, "We Notice in Passing" 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 9, 3, Executive Committee 9, 3, Magazine Committee 2, Party Committee 2, 3, 4, Play Committee 4, Sticker Committee 4. CLUBS: Ars Poetae 9, Vice-President 3, President 4, Choral 9, History 3, 4, Hi-Y Q, 3, 4, Latin 3, President 4, Le Cercle Francois 4. l67l A+., TQ... ' , ,' .f-1.25 V, 'JT . f' ' 4 415.- Eikgw' i T3-19 ra:--1 . A master mind from Penn comes to balfte the student mind 1 2 V9 2123 H Fil 9, Lb Acorn, Typist 4. zrgigsi get ,, CLASS: Party Committee 2, Sticker Committee 4. M' . ::,.'s:g .,. tu , ,. . Eiffe l- A ' . ' E 11-,. 'l lfgw z' LI l i wht "3 'T . . 'il P V ' 4' 1 W ' ' - 'ii :- 'f , ' W - ' , . 42:2 -r I .gf,.. A if , 'MFE' 241 :' 1 'ws . M' ., -A .L .- . f -1 CLUBS. A Capella Chorus 4- Choral 2, 3, 4, Com- , r.. v - 5,1 .. I ... ZW 3 rg? .ml merce 3, 4. af, ' .-" N 55 '- 'A-FT. E. - 5-':.-:sfffq 'lzjt I . .. W4 ll: wmv.. ' '1.'zr:, ...S :ft -'-G7 r.-gs, -1 -...W 4 '-21.21, . ,..,,1. ,1 f : ' Jslfbwi A trolley at the Lansdowne Station, otherwise known as something to rush for 6 HELEN JENNIE KUNKEL 446 Burnley Lane, Drexel Hill Commercial - Purple SCHOOL' Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Honor Roll, LILLIAN MARION LAFFERTY 218 Wiltshire Road, Upper Darby Commercial ' Gold SCHOOL: .Athletic Association 4. CLUB: Library 4. DORIS M. LAUTERBACH 38 Richfield Road, Upper Darby Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 3, 4, Play Committee 3. CLUBS: Choral Q, 4, Le Cercle Francais 3. ELEANOR CREIGHTON LAWHORNE 44 Oak Lane, Primos Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Honor Roll. CLASS: Dance Committee SZ. CLUBS: Pleiades 3, 4, Rifle 4. QWUJ W' 'KRUSSELL STANLEY LEARY, JR. lrvx' Sw 1 V309 Kirks Lane and Eldon Avenue, Drexel Hill A Scientific - Purple ,ll SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4. CLASS: Executive Committee Q, 3, Memorial Day Committee 3. CLUB: Hi-Y 4. SPORTS: Junior Varsity Basketball 3, Varsity Basket- ball 4, JuniorVarsity Football 9, Varsity Football 4, Varsity Track 3. l68l e q THELMA FRANKLIN LEE 6979 Clinton Road, Upper Darby Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 4, Honor Roll, Moni- tor 2. CLASS: Play 3, Dance Committee 9, 3, 4, Party Com- mittee 9, 4. CLUBS: Ars Poetae Q, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Latin 3, 4, Leeuwenhoek Q, 3, Treasurer 4, Pleiades Q, 3, Sec- retary 4, Rifle Q. MARY CATHERINE LEONARD 7915 Arlington Avenue, Upper Darby Commercial - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q. Qu! P-1-"pq mf Wa 1,11 1 ' - FRANK wu.soN Lewis 220 Heather Road, Upper Darby Music - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, "We Notice in Passing" 3. CLASS: Memorial Day Committee 3, Party Committee 4. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 4, Choral Q, 3. SPORTS: Soccer Numerals 4. JOHN BLAKE LILLARD 437 Millbank Road, Upper Darby SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. CLUB: Hi-Y 3, 4. SPORTS: Junior Varsity Cross-Country Q, Var- sity Cross-Country 3. General - Gold HELEN B. LINDSAY 9 Ridley Avenue, Aldan General - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3, 4. CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, Sticker Committee 4. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 4, Choral 2, 3, 4, Rifle 3. . I 69l 4,52 . z 'www' '.1rfrarm'fff" ' " 'F A. '-: VZ, -IU ' j.5j!3j2::7" 4. , . --I ', CSI' ' fi' 2':-: ,rf .-1"Zv5f', -' - f if--v -Q 25'--."f 2 :iii 'af - 4. ,fr .Z-121' Q -'f If--f"' - ' '1 ' AQ, 'FS FW? ', 'N 1. f -51.154 ' gf. , -.-P -ff -- ' "rate c.- ' I-F. 1. .Ii ,li-5, . .4: inf.,, ..,,,. 1iu,m,sij4?3 E1 Q 1: :er - wi7aa 1' af, .: . 'f".i 4' ' S . if .,,, - rs, V19 -5 :ee 7 .-inn A- ii, Lg . f'.'-'lf' " , .1 -2 .- 1 ,,--1:4 Y . I ' x .-95... ' A lx" g---'45, ,gi , 1'iif..::f:92- A. ' ,sw . uf, .-Z-. . "AR .asf .-me om - f T I 2 f ':- ill: U ' " :ff 'Eiga ,j . ASLI.: , " - 724' ' fm,-11,-i .. .- A gc Home again, Home again- the ever-patient buses await their daily influx , X: -sip' . 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MARGARET MYERS LOOMES 502 Larchwood Avenue, Upper Darby Commercial - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Debating Y, Monitor 9, 3- Student Council Q, 4, Tribunal 9, 3, President 4, "We Notice in Passing" 4. CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Dance Committee 9, 3, 4, Executive Committee Q, 3, Magazine Committee 9, Party Committee 2, 3, 4, Play Committee 3, 4. CLUBS: Choral 9, Commerce 3, President 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. l fl ...MM 1 ', ,J If-1 ,'l..' ff , ,, 1 J l- fi ' EMERY WIGHT LOOMIS, JR. ' 'S 150 Hilldale Road, Lansdowne Scientific - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, A. A. Council 4, Honor Roll, Student Council 3. CLUB: Hi-Y 9, 3, 4. SPORTS: Junior Varsity Football Q, Varsity Baseball Q, 3, Varsity Football 3, 4. , ' x,,. . ,l. GEORGE PHILLIP LORENTZ 118 Albert Avenue, Aldon Industrial Arts SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 3, Play Committee 3. CLUB: Rifle Q, 3. it t ll 'll tl "l f.-Il 232 Wembly Road, Upper Darby Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 4. RUTH MYERS LUGAR 443 Tumer Avenue, Drexel Hill Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. gLUBS: Choral 9, 3, 4, Le Cercle Francois 4, Riding , 4. l70l ! I I L! i,L'Vg,,.,1-1..:-1 ,ffw-W' V-'l General - Gold DOROTHY EVELYN LYSTER 49 Albert Avenue, Aldan Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3, 4, Honor Roll- English Prize 3, Upi-Dah Q, 3, 4, Acorn Stall Q, 3, 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 3, Memorial Day Committee 3, Party Committee 2, 3, Play Com- mittee 3, 4. CLUBS: History 4, Latin 2, 3, Le Cercle Fran- cais 4, World Affairs Forum 4. L11 A 5 I 'ff' ,l lf.,f' I s 1 L ff 1 ,flvlv-:-7 ft-:LL ,-' lieu Inv., ,J--L fc' 1 D , ,j,y7"1,. JAMES AUGUSTINE LYONS 520 Winfield Avenue, Upper Darby WILLIAM W. Mac DONALD 130 Windsor Avenue, Upper Darby SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Acorn Agent 3, Honor Roll. 20 Ridley Avenue, Aldan General - Purple FRED RAMSAY MACKLIN Scientific - Gold 3, Upi-Dah Agent 3, 4. I CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 3, Choral 9. JOHN EDWARD MACKENZIE 6502 Walnut Street, Upper Darby SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Acorn Agent CLASS: Dance Committee Q, 3, Play Committee 3, 4. CLUBS: l-li-Y 4, World Affairs Forum, President 4. 7 Q 14' an 'bn-flew 1 - . -t'2-2 u A . .... .... ,,,,,,. ,. ,-zg,.+,,,Q5,'f:, , , 1' :.iEi"1:,-5.4, 554- 'Z-i'2,fiJ'4 ,ll ri E. 'S 'f S .. I -1, -- !2-1:,,fw'...1,5. " ft. 'W' , ,. .zz-,fi g .WL '11-3 1: . 1 -Q 5 l, tiff H 'lp-:f n ,.r,,i.::3s:2, .,,- L. Q 2 Hilfe- 2252: ' :-: :inf , ' an .. -tj' 4 "'-645 259,23 ' ' if . , 1 Q guy ,z-ga. C5 gigcf- , A 551: . : " Wwe'-v sz' 'fir -lv. :sz " - .. . :gli h EIA . N -E:-1.-i4,:.' :A A " " ' 'rf Tl?.":':'f.,1: if f -- it - fill-51" 32' 'f . ES. .:,...,7, -1: -- ,fr iq:-':- E'-T51'az:-I V '7 5" fi-z-.-av wwf- . . .- idtrh.-L Informal meetings between parents and teachers and old college acquaintances are brought about bg school and college night li? ll FRANK CHARLES MAGUIRE 731 Anderson Avenue Drexel Hill Commercial Purple CLUB Choral 2 Q . "5 f ., ,,- f A 5 r. I ' ,I ', III- ' 4 J . at r Ii . '-La ' 2 QA 'ai-: rr 5 ci, f',.,l-- 2' " " 'T l,'c, et..:3 -tw " . gf, ' 'UTA dice.: EL . ' . 'L- w e , l , " h,l'szb I , M ' 'f f SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, Acorn Agent 2. Q" ' X 'F' 'I . , . ' ff: L 4 2:2 - et. , '.r..-,-M: .D I ,-: V A I lf: If f l 5:1 tl . ...biz I 1-fi' X H: , .. T it h!l'- :-::jf.r,, . 'L-zu, 1 -. . . r.-,r 1 fr -I5 H r A . . .1 -.. .-v . . . .. s , ,I ',. . ..,-X.. Nr. 5. ..-..g., 5,.,.4..g, h - -icq , 552.5-,,:..t' ' -cry-me DOROTHY MABEL MANGER 3808 Sommer: Avenue, Drexel Hill Commercial - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. CLUBS: Commerce 3, 4, German Q, 4, Treasurer 3, Stamp 2. SPORTS: Basketball Numerals 4. JOSEPHINE MARIE MARINARO Our football games draw interested spectators from places other than the student body 7213 Clinton Road, Upper Darby Academic ' Gold CLUB: Choral 9, 3. ,fm L- tw ' ,r R up-cf '41 vvlfl 7213 Wayne Avenue, Upper Darby 3-ll 1, U' Scientific - Purple rlllwl SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3, 4. CLUBS: Chess 4, Le Cercle Francais 4. l7S2I MJ.. 2 fvd-JXTD' . ' 75 iflfil' "H M LA? 'MOT THEODORE MARKS, IR. 302 Springton Manor Apartments, Upper Darby General - Purple SPORTS: Varsity Track 9, 3. WILLIAM MARUCHI .W AJ-f-""' 4 w 5' P WILLIAM E. MAUN 4103 Bonsall Avenue, Drexel Hlll General - Gold CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 3, 4, Choral Q, 3, 4, Dramus, Chorus 3, Cast 4. A 0 af, HELEN VERONICA MATHEWS 8 Church Lane, Upper Darby Commercial ' Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4. CLASS: Magazine Committee 9. CLUB: Library 3, 4. JUNE ELEANOR MATTHEWS 12 Winfield Avenue, Upper Darby Commercial - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4. CLUBS: Choral 2, 3, 4, Library 2, 3, 4. RICHARD MATTHES 245 Richfield Road, Upper Darby Scientific - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3, 4. CLUBS: German 3, 4, Rifle 4. 1L,4..,,zfO . 4 ,y ',fr 32114 .' ' 7 Q in 'f 'tl .41 - ..-,.- , ., 4 - . i:'5'31a4:lg,Qff".:f 5' - 1. ,. A , 5 .at ,rf -ar 'ff . .3 55,1 "4 '. ' ' . .,, gn. . .E " f' ' . ' ,- - hr 5 i -., V-.. M E fp.. -.1,'- ll 14, 'thee-K ' . - 'f1.f:.f.E:43z' 7.97:-Iliff" 'V 'f 5. .4 , 'Nl' E :Q ".l':l-9255-7' ' Q ' 'Er 5 -. ull: ' Q' ' fn , ' " ' 'J-F' . 'l ' 51 H, , mg -I 'Hifi . f: ' Q ll ' " 'L 35 . Q ,.55:k- 3 ,,-1-53 .. -ig.-. f i l 535 div: .R .ak I .,.. V: I ,-::. ' 'V M L - iii. ' 5 - ' ' Q t. g I 4 A Fifi, U 1' 'r 21:24. Cir 2:1 ' A . Tk A .I 2 .. - Q.:-:ff .f .. 1 ,. V: .j,.',.,. "' 5' ' ".3f".1?'-"J f E- till: Q , ' ff 7 1 . ,.,',,g'FgIf ,Q ,,v:J.a,:Q,. 1 , , fic? ' 51135-.-ff: or . .- - 4-Jan..-. l LILLIAN MAE MAURER 540 Childs Avenue, Drexel Hill Commercial - Purple SCHOOL: AthleticAssociation Q, 3, 4, Acorn AgentQ. CLASS: Oalc, Executive Committee 4, Party Committee 4, Play Committee 4. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 3, Secretary 4, Choral 9, 3, Secretary 4, Commerce 3, 4, Library Q, 3. 4 l73l The Leeuwenhoek Society appears to thrive when in contact with hard work i Q Ah JULE ELENOR Mc CABE 527 Shadeland Avenue, Drexel Hill Academic - Purple R fl: M SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4. KWH 'eh CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, +' 4, Party Committee Q, 3, 4, Play Committee 4, Sticker Q YV? Committee 4 ,img ,ll CLUBS: Algetrarca 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 4. wt, si . Q vii.. ' u t i fi-,ggsfzh LILLIAN FRANCES McCALLISTER A f-. ' : - 7105 Wayne Avenue, Upper Darby U V A 1. ...,. ...mf ..,., . - , F .f.,L.: . I -e -.fi . - si. 1, . ' Cl . . ' .. vaglr- is ' C. if . X 1, " fi IV f ' ,Q ' 'wa a-. ravi. , , X . A ' it ' a ' 4. . ., 3:-, , F 4 ' f 2, ,033 lk ,Paz . , ""i,. e 'v- rv ' ' , A' '. ' Q an :-.,, 5 1 -42' - im-fl. . l l" "- Q37 '-.: 5 4, " y -A, 1. ' KL , X 'XA ,- V. ,fn .. , 1 a 2,11 '5'sf, V. Commercial - Gold 4531, 'f ' SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4- A. A. l"'i'A-f-' Council 4, Honor Roll, Monitor Q, 3- Tlribunal 4' M -1-. 9, Secretary 3, Acorn Stall 3, 4, Gold Captain 4. ':':"ll CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Dance Commit- 'zi 1 'fffiffgf' . ' tee Q, 3, 4, Executive Committee 3, Party Com- ' 153, . 4 mittee 3, 4, Play Committee 3. Ti" ' 'is- ""lN" """"" CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 3, Choral 2, 3, Commerce 3, Treasurer 4, Hi-Y 3, 4. SPORTS: Varsity Swimming 9, 3, Captain 4. l KATHRYN McCAMBRlDGE 126 Lynn Boulevard, Upper Darby Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3, 4, Upi-Dah Agent 4, Upi-Dah Stall 4. CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Party Committee 3, 4. CLUBS: Algetrarca 4, Choral 9, History 4, Le Cercle Francais 3, 4, Table Tennis 9, 3, 4. , JANE MADELINE McCANN 196 North Madison Avenue, Upper Darby Commercial ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Acorn Agent 9. CLASS: Dance Committee 4, Party Committee 4, Play Committee 4. CLUBS: Choral 3, Dramus, Chorus 4, Library 4. Warming up on the baseball field in rehearsal for our first game EDYTHE W. McCARTHY 7036 Clover Lane, Upper Darby Commercial - Purple l 74 l 229 Cedar Lane, Upper Darby 5 SCHOOL' Athletic Association Q 3 4- ' We Notice in Passing 3 CLASS' Dance Committee Q 3 4- Executive Com P mittee 4 Magazine Committee 9 Memorial Day Com mittee 3, Party Committee 3 4, Play Committee 3 4. H . 1 ix, CLUBS: Hi-Y 3 4. Table Tennis 3. 'W ' SPORTS: Junior Varsity Football 3, 4. PM -. - 'f,--- .ii 'Tek ' 'z -Qi Y. .-ff 4 , 3T'j-,-5. il-Q53 4, ,, 1""i1 ' 'wfnsrr' - ff .3 - ' ,.'S:2afu:.,,f",: ".' if , s.,5'.1s35' -j., 3:-3' sizzix? , . JAMES HAMILTON MCCONNELL 2,2 3 i "QE " '1 T' .4 . .ggi Academic - Gold " "'L,1g1g2y.,j 1,1 1 21, K "li'i4f'1' l l . 'j.:"' r ,1'ns?.'-i.: 4. . 'll ., L I 1 x--' .et 1 1 wif.. N . 't CHARLES F. McCORMICK, JR. . 120 Overhill Road, Upper Darby General ' SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. CLASS: Executive Committee 3. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 4, Dramus, Orchestra 3, 4, Fencing 9, Table Tennis 3. SPORTS: Junior Varsity Tennis 3. ..- , wtf Purple L1 1 'hffig 1' , . -f'l'f5l2 'f-' ".4 ,JS--gif. 4. Choral 3, 4, tram. -,.,,..e.',G-, I' , filsi -s2L1.ri.:,,- 'Sinai l 3 ADELE MARIE McGlNNlS 7228 Bradford Road, Upper Darby Academic ' Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Acorn Agent 9, Upi-Dah Agent Q, 3. CLASS: Dance Committee Q, 3, 4, Magazine Com- mittee Q, Party Committee Q, 3. CLUBS: Choral 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 3. SPORTS: Junior Varsity Basketball Q, 3, Junior Var- sity Hockey 9, Varsity Hockey 3, 4. BETTY McGRATH 543 Foss Avenue, Drexel Hill Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Acorn Agent 2, Honor Roll, Upi-Dah Agent 9. CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Dance Committee 3, Magazine Committee Q, Party Committee 3, 4, Play Committee 4, Sticker Committee 4. CLUBS: Algetrarca 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 3, 4, Table Tennis 9, 4. BERNADETTE MARIE McGUlRE 427 Spruce Avenue, Upper Darby General - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 4. CLASS: Party Committee 4. CLUBS. A Ca ella Chorus' 3, 4, ' p Choral 2, 3, 4, Fencing Club 3, Riding 4. l75l The Girls Hi-Y carefully arranges the magnificent toy display each Christmas 'nm P '- 5, fe.. gait, ' X' 'S ". 53 ':- : 1.4 -1 " I ' .: gg: . .. ,L-'.:-4. 2, 'I ' ' "f','. val: . '- .- t ---f,,.:. u, "' ol 3,-,X ' .u...: st ,, . i - pq .1 'sf 52 5' , 44 : l 6 fgLjt... .: 11 E N .1 . "' ' . . .. ' in ' ' " l -,- ,-Jn .: . '. . . , .-.5 -:I-'-i-Iwi.: , :.., in x-,. ' F J Ar,:,i..n - :tbl -5 ,' . it-gems 2 ,- EW., -:':-iw' ' .16 It "-: - ,-f1.- .5 ,. 4 SP3 1 X ' .,- I 1 A f ,L is is , 'U , 'X M K 4 . I 1 . 5, mi I :L-1 ' " 'l: ' ,Y 'M . ,- . , ,- i ' W in ' A f .1 ' - Q1 bf :R gi - A U. r-J-.' , 1 1 ,gn 1 , 1 , 1 2,1-V ' ..'.:f'fv' ft if .V inf". ' 5 .1 : Ml'-v.. ' .,,,,. . if Q . -'-'1g?:5.lg , - 44 . - 4:32. .lr .:. 'H : .X--1.-.5 - 4 1-51.5, ffnz, ,-gms' '-W'-i.'l514,l1 . .' ' fQ1'ha-r CAROLYNE ELIZABETH BREY McKNlGHT 109 South Carol Boulevard, Upper Darby Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 4, Le Cercle Francais 4, Riding 4. VlVlAN BELLE McKNlGH'l 109 South Carol Boulevard, Upper Darby Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3. CLUBS: Choral 4, Le Cercle Francais 4. MARY McLAUGHLlN 360 Margate Road, Upper Darby General - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 3, Play Committee 3. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 3, 4, Choral 2, 3, 4, Com- merce 3, 4, Fencing 9. The main bulletin board announces most important events and makes or breaks hopes JOSEPHINE PATRICIA McRORY 7332 Miller Avenue, Upper Darby Academic ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 4. CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Party Committee 4, Play Committee 4. CLUBS: Dramus, Chorus 3, 4, Library 4, Rifle 4. GEORGE EDWARD MEAGHER 928 Lindale Avenue, Drexel Hill i Academic - Gold CLASS: Magazine Committee 2. CLUBS: Fencing 2, 3, Le Cercle Francais 4, Riding 2, Rifle 9. l76l l 3 mir 0l:"Z""' ' 7150 Radboume Road, Upper Darby SCHOOL: Athletic Association 4, Monitor 3, Gym Team 3, 4. SPORTS: Junior Varsity Football Q. . ,...t-gr , ' N A 4' I ' tt, . , ,nf LUTHER PAUL MEHRING 16 Overhill Road, Upper Darby Scientific ' Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association CLUB: Chess Team 4. , ""'w' ' 'I t,' -' gf L 1' ' I :.,2f,-1f15..t5A gg., iliavzifs ,K g "':f?4.4 fi Ft' ' ' t 'f 'i Q F... 'te-,S-' 1 . --i,.:W,'.g,c,. ' "aa '54 ' ,bg .. 11,-:, . -- --V. - ' -zfiziwzif 'P ' 9 -'Mit it r .: init A ii'I1,I., ' .. R ., , Q 3 4 . J.. ' ' ' fi-ft,.r.1i-tm.-t-1 ., , 'K .I . 1' ,L A ..i:' tif' if .y 'wi ,Ei iff? sb 'i i.: .--' ,S . 1i'.f'A,. ' V: ,Alt ' ':,' 14. ' -- t:'g:,:ig.,r3i tc 'S gill 1 .-1 -is RUTH Hors MEHRING ' 16 Overhill Road, Upper Darby Academic ' Purple ft A SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4. I Aum. . CLUBS: History 4, Le Cercle Francais 3, 4, Library 4. 't 47 -t :t. .. .- -was-.vt l MARGARET RUTH METTER l 7756 Hazel Avenue, Upper Darby ' ' Commercial ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Upi-Dah, Business Stahl Q, 3. CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Dance Committee 3, 4, Party Committee 3, 4, Play Committee 4. CLUBS: Choral 2, 3, Commerce 4, Dramus, Chorus 2, 3, 4, RiFl6 Q, 3. SPORTS: Basketball Numerals 4. A, 'af-M ff,ff4-52511 X g I , ROBERT T. METZ General ' Gold Table Tennis- one of our main indoor sports and a necessity for being the life of the party ANNE MARIE MILLER 392 Wembly Road, Upper Darby Commercial - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 4. CLUB: Library 4. l77l 'YQ' lg D153 SCHOOL Athletic Association Q 3 4 Monitor 3 42 iv CLUBS choral 3 Pleiacles4 DOROTHY LOUISE MILLER 7244 Bradford Road Upper Darby Academic Gold mittee Q 3 5: 1,4,'iC'-"'V"7C2' ,414 cv-1284. 1' f13,"'l:5.- 1.5 'sr L , . -j' . " '2JifT9i:f4u.. 7,f.'3"af '-c..:'3 t um. ...J ,Q l, ,RA ' S hifiifi-sf? w r 5- ' . Wg A 5 ' - . ' ,iw ,.,. I'-,,, rx " gill ' ' ' 7 ' ' 510' 1 ' ':. ' ixaw. - 1 ,,-f l , CLASS: Play 3, Dance Committee Q, 3, Party Com- ..'.g-et za-' .1 -- .1 ,L .,: - Q wha if ' ' N' nl" - Fats, 2, Z i ' aff ' 1 Q I fall " -' -f f or 7 ' .... -' J' O ifij- '- :t .-Y.. 1'1- .. t . f ian-,, . " '3E'f"!-5--I2 - Miss Thompson and Miss Cole are busily at work on some school project- report cards, perhaps -f,,.f.n. ..',..3i , A 'G- -50 9,,c:7nc f"-4+-A ,L.,.,,vA1..,...-.1 ROBERT D. MILLER r.v L Qylg' 115 Crestview Road, Upper Darby Scientific - Purple KENNETH LAWRENCE MINK 323 West Providence Road, Aldan Scientific ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, A. A. Coun- cil 4, "We Notice in Passing" 4. CLASS: Executive Committee 4. CLUB: Hi-Y 4. SPORTS: Varsity Soccer 3, Captain 4. ALICE JANE MITCHELL 220 South Madison Avenue, Upper Darby Academic ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Acorn Staff QQ, 3, 4. ' CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Dance Committee 3, Memorial Day Committee 3, Party Committee 3, Play Committee 3, 4. CLUBS: Ars Poetae 3, 4, Latin Q, 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 4. BETTY MOORE 3816 Huey Avenue, Upper Darby Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll, . Art Prize 3, Oak. CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Executive Committee 3, Play Committee 3, Sticker Committee 4. l78l WILLIAM JOHN MOORE, JR. 198 Chapman Avenue, Lansdowne Scientific - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll. CLUB: Hi-Y 4. SPORTS: Varsity Football 4. ELINOR MARY MORAN 1121 Drexel Avenue, Drexel Hill Commercial ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 4, Honor Roll. CLASS: Party Committee 9, 4, Play Committee 4 JAMES CHARLES MORLAND 24 Sunshine Road, Upper Darby General - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3, 4, Acorn Agent Q. JOHN J. MORLINO 215 Kingston Road, Upper Darby Commercial - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Upi-Dah Q. CLASS: Executive Committee Q, 3. CLUBS: Choral Q, 3, Commerce 3, Vice-President 4, Hi-Y 4. SPORTS: Junior Varsity Basketball 9, 3, Junior Var- sity Cross-Country Q. 'R ft . ----,.,,.- --.. mm. , .1 . 92921:-V '.'v mm ' ' nfsfifizkzf 1' ., at . ' :-.'i'1"'1::- -fi :if H14 14 . t . ...if-v I ' - . ' ' - f. - 1 Q , -..,, gxf . tg .3 A H, Q. c- .4 ,- 1: g ":.--.rg .,,f' .- 25? .Q ,E '4 I -L 15.-:Eff :T -.'-:'?ft2.f:' . LMI g " 'J 1: 'f- - 45,-, -g r. . 1 5.-, cv- - ., ' .A A -D .-I X 1' 1 - '--' --02 f fm -. .': 5 f f-5'f"f ,- -1. '3"':fA5f. " V-1:5-5-:t :iff Y: . -,5 -1--22 ..-. A - s swf.: is 32 1 1 ' - zgx',- 1' 'BA ,H , . I v 4-ng, , i,- T47- "S: , "Et EQ -. ' 'A'-FI. i., i rf., -5 , "- : .. -A.. I -4 "'14'.i-: 3 'if lt. -- -::14::'g.,,5 ' 2.4 ' "-.ufizyixi ' i . 5 : filing affn' QF: fi klq: . ' -'51 :::.'.r2Q Rqfy. . .,r-.G.:gg3. . fm.. ' -Ln-gy Q . -.rc I ....,... -ru The domineering sign which balks those who attempt to pass the auditorium during assembly WILLIAM ANDREW MORRISON 3405 Albemarle Avenue, Drexel Hill Scientific - Purple SCHOOL: Atl1leticAssociation 9, 3, 4,AcornAgentQ. CLASS: Play 3, Play Committee 3. l l 79 l .r 125 w 4 ' j',yg15f5.1 Q ,ngegagrg-: Z' ...gg-v.. - -.4--.12 ' -.-'Esc - , ', . gif, E ikith., . jc V If-.pf -,rf W. - is M. :+,- - , A -,JA-, dt . hi, h, j ,Y fjt'-.V--.3 Ev. at i df' 55- .5555 .:.: 9 .- :'-- ' ::x1":.: h . -.gfbfau " 4-3:26 1' , SF- 4: A - : , . , , sp, "lui-515 I, y ,rem 3.1. Q QE Ea- Y 1-,ixzngy ..:'.' ' Lf. ns' , 12 ig- ., . .C : sziaefyf ' :LES-,-::,g1?Y' " .,,' .4 '..:.":' 4 - ' '- "T: WE . , . 5:-'inf -1 : , ,':3. I . , 'f- wr ' . 1- J- ,.z 'g,fI,1i" 2 mf 1 I .1 f. , ..-g , -AJP' ,, .1 ,Zig 1 . -:-' P-"' :J 4 1. - .i-:'i.::1.g -V .:'-" 452. . "7-. :7-..ev::-- 1. - .,..w. . St -..iv 4,45 fr . . si-'55,e:::ie:sf-2 - 4- e An easily recognized figure is Skelly counting Acorns of a Thursday afternoon l is T le l DOROTHY MARGARET MULLIN Springton Manor, Upper Darby Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4. CLUBS: Choral 9, 3, Library 2, 4. BETTE JENE NEAL 147 Keystone Avenue, Upper Darby Commercial - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 4. CLUBS: Algetrarca 4, History 4, Le Cercle Francais 4. GEORGE WASHINGTON NEFF, JR. ,an :gif 7106 Pennsylvania Avenue, Upper Darby ' ' Academic ' Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4. CLASS: Play Committee 4. CLUB: Stamp, Secretary 4. 317 Wayne Avenue, Lansdowne IRENE KATHRYN NEFF 7106 Pennsylvania Avenue, Upper Darby Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Honor Roll, Upi-Dah Agent Q, Upi-Dah Stall, Assistant Business Manager 3, Business Manager 4. CLUBS: Algetrarca 3, 4, Ars Poetae 3, 4, Choral 9, History 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Latin Q, 3, Treasurer 4, Le Cercle Francais 4. ROBERT KNOX NEUMAN Scientific - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Acorn Agent 4, Honor Roll, Upi-Dah Agent 4, Upi-Dah Stoll Q, 3, Personnels Editor 4. CLASS: Play 3, Dance Committee Q. CLUBS. Al etrarca 4, Pleiades 9, 3, Treasurer 4, ' Q Riding Q, Rifle Q. leo l Scientific - Purple EDNA DOROTHY NICHOL 43 South Clifton Avenue, Aldan Scientific - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Honor Roll. CLUBS: Algetrarca 2, 3, 4, Choral 4, Le Cercle Francais 4. ' WILLIAM ARTHUR NICHOLLS 234 Windsor Avenue, Upper Darby SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 9, Choral 2, 4, Rifle 2. MARY MARGARET NICKEL 208 Heather Road, Upper Darby General ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9. CLASS: Party Committee Q, Play Committee 3. CLUBS' A Capella Chorus Q 3 Choral ' I i Q1 31 4i Pleiades 2, 3, Riding 3. BETTY NILAND 7232 Glenthorne Road, Upper Darby Commercial - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Acorn Agent 9, 3, Honor Roll, Monitor 9, 3, Student gjauncil, Secretary 4, Acorn Staff 2, 3, News itor 4. CLASS: Dance Committee Q, 3, 4, Executive Committee Q, 3, Memorial Day Committee 9, 3, Party Committee 2, 3, 4, Play Committee 3. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 4, Secretary- Treasurer 2, 3, Choral Q, 4, Secretary 3, Com- merce 4, Dramus, Chorus 9, 3, Cast 4, Secretary 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, Vice-President 4. SPORTS: Hockey Numerals 2. 3, 4. Commercial - Purple LEORA NILAND 7232 Glenthorne Road, Upper Darby SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Acorn Agent 9, 3, 4, Honor Roll, Monitor Q, 3, Student Council 3, 4, Tribunal Q, 3, Acorn Staff 9, 3, 4. CLASS: Dance Committee Q, 3, 4, Party,Committee 9, CLUBS: A Capella Chorus Q, 4, Librarian 3, Choral 2, 4, Librarian 3, Dramus, Chorus 2, Cast 3, 4, Presi- dent 4, Hi-Y 3, Treasurer 4. SPORTS: Hockey Numerals 9. I 81 l X 'Www . V ......,.. ...,,,,. sf:-rel , , s fi3,fl'?-. 4 A is A 7 ,if j f ll i ' ' . -: f41tL:. ez- -Y - J U vas- 1 at ' A .N -A M5153 mn si: ., r 9 I yn U . . : - 5 ,. -1 W '-Q - 5,1 J C' , - get A I T-:Z " T13i:'3'lL5q. , I b'r,.' -.311 !i'. '- yqzjuu , -wt cgziglu ' ., .-'sri ,, ,.f..9- .V 4. 1 . ." .'- ' gt... -. 'ff--.' iv out .5 -'viii ,-1A:w.m:,.- -'ata-.vi An unusually gay and colorful portion of the fall pageant 1231 W MARGARETTA RUTH NIXON 62 Rrchlield Road, Upper Darby 'ff-KQMQ E General - Gold 'Q SCHOOL AthleticAssociation2 3,4,Acorn Agent4. CLUBS Choral 2 4 Riding 3 l 'I "'-' CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH NOLL f- 314 Eldon Avenue, Drexel Hill , . ----up -A-.mage . f-in ' .V . , -A, he . , . ' I - nav!-' .N + f 'v ' " ' 4 F' vj . f . . J 5 i . .f f Z u '. 1' 11: --4. -N : f-:- . I , ea, if . : 41 jt5Q,.'i-3 , , . ,. CLASS: Dance Committee 9, 3, 4. ..-,f..'- - . . .ygg 1- '-Sgr Plxgg. 14 X 2 I i . . ' l'-'f E522 v' 'ii H -.. .4. .,...m : : I. nv" ' 51' gh ,af '- Till ,, ff-' 'T' i ' ,f -7 M1 . 1 1 5 , gli. fs.. ' ., 2' 'f5:.-1' I-'H "9 All " I AT: fffZ'.:':'-g.,.'L:j ' if ll :Al Academic - Purple f 4 SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Acorn i my Agent 4, Upi-Dah Agent 4. a, CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Dance Committee CLUBS: Aigeimm Q, 3, 4, Choral 3, Le Cercle Francais 3, 4. DOROTHY ANNE OAKES 3444 Marshall Road, Drexel Hill Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3, 4, Honor Roll, Acorn Stall 9, 3. CLASS: Play 9, Oak, Dance Committee 9, 3, Executive' Committee Q, Party Committee 2, 3, Play Committee 3, Sticker Committee 4. ,: , CLUBS: Ars Poetae 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Pleiades 3, Tay- Wistalvan 3, 4. RUTH GLEN O'BRlEN 4021 Marshall Road, Drexel Hill General - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Monitor 2. CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Dance Committee Q, 3, The Congfesslonal 4, Party Committee 4, Play Committee 3, Sticker Com- Libfafy in mlllee Washington thfu Cl"lOI'Gl 3, Rifle Q. which many Seniors from Upper Darby have tmmped DONNA JANE OLIVER 815 Cornell Avenue, Drexel Hill Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 3, 4, Choral 2, 3, 4, German 4. 3 l8S2l RAYMOND CLIFFORD OWEN 51 South Madison Avenue, Upper Darby Commercial ' Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, A. A. Council 4, Acorn Agent 3, Monitor 9. CLUBS: Hi-Y 3, 4, Table Tennis Q, 3, 4. SPORTS: Varsity Tennis 2, 3. Ll 1'-19' CZMA-af .4-1-4, C. 'UQ' f"""l5-- 7lL77 C-. 4, , f H4 5, peel, ef, ',:2-If ces ,.,.f9f fit' E' 'af CT mv, Lxljff- wfs"7'J WMC' '54 5 1 1:4742 JAMES FREDERICK O'NElLL 35 Wayne Avenue, Clifton Heights General - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4. ROBERT OLIVER OWINGS 512 Fairfield Avenue, Upper Darby Academic ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, A. A. Council 3, Gold Color Captain 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 3, 4, Executive Committee 4, Party Committee 4. CLUB: Hi-Y 3, 4. SPORTS: Junior Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Varsity Foot- ball 9, 3, 4. PATTI PALMER 462 Burnley Lane, Drexel Hill General ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. CLUB: Choral 3. ELIZABETH SUE PALMIERI 7017 West Chester Pike, Upper Darby Commercial ' Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 4. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 4, Choral Q, 3, 4, Dramus, Chorus 2, 4, Riding 3, Rifle 4, Tay-Wistalvan 4. l83l . ' ----'iw , Q .4 - kgfjfi-l: E I. 1, A . Wiinr.. "f 5 " V' , -,,."'fifJ',1L"-i. ' E "f'.4l'A H "'11--.gift-I-3.,. ., 1, ,.f...xc3 2' '.:i-iff-154' "NI, 'ti' Tits!! J I Fru it in K .4--.,.1g ., .-1 4 -: 25441. e:.:.q,g ,. 5 Q EXE' ,I 1. -' R -f -gn: ,QL .O g. , ,I . ' 5 - ",.,.,.1-5 L .I , Hssxf- ' '- J.. 1- ':- ---'ff '4 " -5, f - :xii-. V11 gm? -Iv :L 55 :l " l C' I "ffm -.: .. ir... W Q. . 'FQ -' -. "4-fif, 1, .' . -J., ., 1 if-5,-r .- 2-'F .1 " " .f fjI1':'-ix ,11- "f: .I :.'.'.',.-F tg u h ,. 1 - . ., .fr :mt . '. '.fj'Ti . ,gf--1 V -1--,-f:-.LS -.- . 1 -'ilg-grg. zzz- V '-' ""'t .-., ... A new addition to the community which is more suited to the student pocket 'N' : ei, 15 Wrfa , 3 1 : 'I .: ' .-1-fu ., . -.Q .v ' -4.' '-' . . f. .- - --t... , .A . 4 , . ... . .-'- -. - 4.--..1. I I H . ..,,. ,. Y Vg, nm bk ,. . . -' I -it ilu. . . . , I ., . J .. ,. ' S . 1'1!".g I 4 ' ' ,Q .,. " J-faux .5-.lgegjf 175. I f . . A Q ' 4: S 'fn' ll.-'izzf V I gs s M -1 -gn, ,QA ' '11, ' ' . .l.- :1 ' 4 'i t 'x-1 ' ' ' ' 2' 'f . -. . P. Z -1. . : r I " - -B" 'iqf5,. - . , ' :ia r' 41: 3 1, , '-15 i fi f iv' :K 'ss ' EW . ' ir., . ,.. ir., ,K stiff" Il.: If I I is l I Y i l I A 1 S F.--ew..-11 l. , 'sl' , .- fy. I :v:,'.r,, . lm.-4, - 25' .4,, .g.,',rT5 "L : If aj: ' Q ' M. r ' 14:45-xg Bernie Schreiber peeps thru a door of the amplification system at the song contest F24 DORIS MARIE PARKER 216 Bayard Road, Upper Darby General ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Upi-Dah Agent 9. CLASS: Play 3, 4, Candy Committee 4, Dance Com- mittee 9, 3, 4, Executive Committee 3, Party Com- mittee 9, 3, 4. CLUBS: Choral 3, Le Cercle Francais 4, Library 2, Pleiades 2, 3, 4. THELMA MAY PARKER T224 Clinton Road, Upper Darby ' General - Purple CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 2, Choral 2, 3. SPORTS: Hockey Numerals Q. ELWOOD PATTON 7234 Calvin Road, Upper Darby X General ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4. SARA VIRGINIA PATTON 8131 Arlington Avenue, Upper Darby Commercial ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3. CLASS: Play 9, Executive Committee 2, Me morial Day Committee Q. VIOLA MAY PEIRSON 468 Burnley Lane, Drexel Hill Commercial - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 3, Party Committee 4, Play Committee 4. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 4, Choral 2, 3, 4, Dramus, Chorus 3, 4, Library 3, 4. l84l MARGARET ALICE PHILLIPS 'I101 Llanlair Road, Upper Darby Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4. CLASS: Oalc, Candy Committee 4, Dance Com- mittee 3, 4, Play Committee 4. CLUBS: Choral 2, History 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 4. MARIA ADRIANA PEREDO 7315 West Chester Pike, Upper Darby Academic - Gold My-9-rl' I ., fi, ,vile-'IJ' RAI if :IJ f3'5 7.:-47 'mt fab' HOWARD G. PFLEIDERER 133 Ashby Road, Upper Darby Scientific - Purple SCI-IOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4. CLUB: Rifle 9. SPORTS: Varsity Cross-Country, Manager 4. ' JACK A. PHILLIPS 527 Wilde Avenue, Drexel Hill General ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 4, Party Committee 4, Play Committee 4. CLUBS: Choral 9, Commerce 3, 4. ETHEL OLIVE PHILLIPS 114 Ashby Road, Upper Darby General - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. CLASS: Party Committee 9, Play Committee 3. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 3, 4, Choral Q, Commerce 3, 4. l85I 41. Vxw FZ - --'. .-.,,m. ,.:., ,. . ifiili--I Q23 " . -31155:-'ctr ' .. 1' 1 - i '-.-if Ng. :rf n Li ? . ' . 'i rf '- - ' Q .t--f::f:f:.,-: H 1 2 . -f.. .af 1. 5. . .. , igg- ., ' -::-- . . . .. .- E. '-'.,j' Z'-,'Q3fJ" r,.2i'g 139 ' 'NWI ,t fr:-, ' - "' '1:f:-.- '- A f . ,,..,-...xy v - -- -gt -. . '.:-' b " '- .,.e1. git ? ,J ' 5,3559 'f..1:.., H. , 1- - Q51 TIS' Q 'ml . in '34 . 2 .wt - 5 , ,-,, , .X ..,, Q U . I-'Exit g f. ' . -.1 '1 ' ,ash 441, 'V-.y ay. 'g A f' " S :' ,.v - 'A 55: . My .. .-tif' yg-I fl- '.- ' S: ' 'rg 1 :.' - '-,i Q ',-,:1f.,.w h, ' - ."..,:N 1 1.1,-:..Q',.L3: 5.4 'It' 1- -' '1:g.1ff:',.3 - -:.,.f::g5,i jg, .r.', 'u ,fr 5-nl Hg..- 1- p - i"1 4.155 lg, iss? At least one Hi-Y girl has not passed the dolly, or five- dolly stage 94" 'L Scientific Purple ,.- .- -:--:ff-' .z JOSEPH A PIZUTI 131 Keystone Avenue Upper Darby Valley Ball Team 4 SPORTS Varsity Soccer 4 ,rr,, M - k .-my - .. . ' -' J, I. -aff. , l 1a..r..1r:g,, '- ..f . :--4521245-Elf 31 : 2:-. Z..'1 - -. , liiii A 4if"f'f.f.. ' 1: ' . . . , W A it, SCHOOL: Athletic Assocrqrron Q, 3, 4, Honor Ron, ' I'f1-lv l?-mi l: 1-59. Ll. " ' 52,13 ' Q .Z , . . ' TLT: 32 15. " ' :., Z ' Fir: ft'-lil "ff if ':,, ,.,: I A , in DPL' . ' r::y.r, '1. 164, I4 J. , vu : '.r.:, : 13,1 . . r 'r . : The information SPORTS: Hockey Numerals Q. desk lists a bit to the leeward,- Miss Loomes presiding .y HELEN A. PLANT 8300 West Chester Pike, Upper Darby L Commercial ' Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3, 4. CLUB: Choral Q, 3. 'H ,MM fflrmm, i1,sv,-14115-wif WILLIAM T. POOLE 237 Long Lane, Upper Darby Scientific ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 52. DORIS EDITH PORTER 3809 State Road, Drexel Hill Commercial ' Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 3. CLUBS: Choral 3, Library 3, 4. WALTER REA POTTS 30 Oak Avenue, Primo: Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Honor Roll, Tribunal 9, "We Notice in Passing" 4. CLASS: Treasurer Q, 3, 4, Play 9, Oalc, Dance Com- mittee 2, 3, 4, Executive Committee 2, 3, 4, Memorial Day Committee 9, Party Committee Q, 3, 4, Play Com- mittee 3, 4. CLUBS: Choral 3, History 3, President 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 4, Pleiades 2, 3, Vice-President 4. l86l l JAMES RHODES PRESTON 21 South Harwood Avenue Kirlclyn Commercial Purple ALBERT ALEXANDER PRICE ll 17 Glencoe Road, Upper Darby r .. :- 4, :,. 'VU' Dramus Chorus 3 Cast 4. 'Zu-J 233' All :A .I ...L :di 1 :,,.r 1lV:?gl:fiZf " .. f " ' '-.-Q, -'.ig,. -if '-'gr 32.4 G' , f Q '-.irq ' Us .,' -: : - - . ' , 511: if " . 51' . . 5 - ff I 11' h, ti f j - . 'Wax 'ilifilirf ' L lil' :A 'li' . SQ-gv 'f f ie iff-'.f F CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 3, 4, Choral 9, 3, 4, t M " 1 1 '.'. ' "SM."i-1 . ... l X' . . ::f- -.n. :..n . .-:,i " 5515 f -?f'- .1 3, 4'-' -. fl ' Q ms. "il ' "If H i -V I IF: .. .Y ' lfii ,.... Hs? A I Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, A. A. Council 4, Student Council 9. CLASS: President 9, Vice-President 4, Dance Committee 9, 3, 4, Executive Committee 9, 3, 4, Memorial Day Committee 9, 3, Party Com- mittee 4. CLUB: i-iw 3, 4.5 SPORTS: Varsity Football Q, 4, Varsity Swim- ming Q, 3, Captain 4, Varsity Track 9, 3. 3 l l Q' JEAN SHEPHERD PRICE I fl Lo 5,14 V -DMV? 17 Glencoe Road, Upper Darby 7231-ft AM' General - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Monitor 3. CLASS: Vice-President 9. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 3, 4, Choral Q, 3, 4. SPORTS. Junior Varsity Football Q, Varsity Football 3. IANE RAE PRYSE 7218 Sellers Avenue, Upper Darby Scientific - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Honor Roll, Distinguished Honor Roll, English Prize 2, Monitor 3, Tribunal, Secretary 4. CLASS: Play 3, 4, Candy Committee 4, Dance Com- mittee 2, Executive Committee Q, 3, 4, Party Com- mittee 9, 4. CLUBS: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Pleiades 4, Rifle 2, 3, Vice- President 4, Tay-Wistalvan 9, 3, 4. SPORTS: Varsity Rille 3, Captain 4. MARY VIRGINIA RAFFENSBERGER 325 Wayne Avenue, Lansdowne General - Gold CLUBS: Choral 2, 4, Pleiades Q. l 87 l , . .JRE ,'?:f-.IB ..l:.3' - . g..'-:v.'.i7?Q .:- ,-- ' ' -,.r.L-' ' ,T "-4.' - t..,,-il -, ,-N-, ..:--.1--i..., , .cm-.-v V Perilously perched atop a pillar, the painter pointedly ignores his predicament ., l f .22 Q " .l 1 X' 4 x ' - 5511 I g.- .1 " o s. '- ., I 'M V. J: :sg 5-, '. it '41 i -- 1 . 5,5 I Im. A .f 'ir 'f is , 2 . l t. 1, 53? 5 L. fa 7' : ry QE' fir. ' 1 . ' 'l N -'f G ., Y 'fi . "'5:f:?:if I ' 'f .' :E uf' -",, -:-3.51, ,:::. A -.L-:QQ .1:.g , ' . ,Cys ' 6376-fwo.,-1 . - - trufrs.-. The capitol-to whose very splre the more ambitious of Upper Darby elected to climb EDWARD NORMAN RAITH 223 Stonehurst Apartments, Commercial - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. CLUB: Choral 2. PHYLLIS IVA RATH 132 Pennock Avenue, Commercial ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3, 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Executive Com- mittee 2, 3, Party Committee 2, 3, Play CLUB: Commerce 4. SPORTS: Basketball Numerals 4. DOROTHY RAYNOR 533 Hampshire Road, Drexel Hill Academic - Purple CLUB: Choral 3, 4. MARGARET H. REGLER 4 76 Hartley Road, Lansdowne General - SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, 2, Upi-Dah Agent 3. CLUB: Choral 2, 3. SPORTS: Varsity Swimming 2, 3. l88l Upper Darby Upper Darby Committee 4. DOROTHY REED 101 Stratford Avenue, Aldan Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Acorn Axzent 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll, Upi-Dah Agent 3, 4, " e Notice in Passing" 4. CLASS: Oak 4, Candy Committee 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Memorial Day Committee 3, Party Committee 2, 3, 4, Play Committee 3, 4. CLUBS: Algetrarca 2, 3, 4- Hi-Y 4, Le Cercle Francais 3, 4, Library 2, 3, Vice-President 4. Purple Acorn Agent WILLIAM HENRY REGN 224 Burrnont Road, Drexel Hill General - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3, 4, Gym Team 4. GERALDINE HAINES REHRIG 4 Kenmore Road, Upper Darby Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 4, Honor Roll. CLASS: Play SZ, 3, Oak 4, Dance Committee 4, Party Committee 9, 3, 4, Play Committee 4. CLUBS: Algetrarca 3, 4, Dramus, Chorus 9, 3, Cast 4 Hi-Y 4, Le Cercle Francais 3, Vice-President 4, Pleiades 3, 4, Tay-Wistalvan 3, 4. THEODORA TALMAGE REICE 222 North Clifton Avenue, Aldan Commercial - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4. CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Executive Committee 3, 4, Memorial Day Committee 3. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 2, 3, Choral 9, 3, Com- merce 4, Dromus, Chorus Q, 3, 4, Library 9, 3, 4. 3810 Albemarle Avenue, Drexel Hill SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3, 4, Acorn Stall, Typist 4. CLASS: Party Committee 4, Sticker Committee 4. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 4, Choral 9, 3, Library 4. MARGARET MARIE REIN General - Gold I IOHN JOSEPH RICE 7312 Miller Avenue, Upper Darby Commercial - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Honor Roll, Acorn Stall 4. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 3, Choral Q. SPORTS: Soccer Numerals 4. l89l 'MRF '- Q in ' Tifffg . -t..e"- , 1.4 .L -. ' P- .g..:g'.'.,L1 1...-, 4, " .5111 , V ....,,i,,. ..., N I T 5 ' .' :fy ' ' ' Y 5:,1a+,, ,rg ,.: L ,, . :' li.: "Tiff: .in J' "- . , , . , ..+.- .. .- . , . -E:-. M4 '-5' ' v- ,, , . . f-qifr... .5 'fl :F f. . H.: ,rg-f'-r-.i.' 3 3... --...V ' ' "nw .f'I3fCi1. . ' ft, ..l g- 'jjiftlffzflifif ".g,jrt3E X? "f 9" ' ' ' 14,-uf. rr I' .T 'Wax wzfzsff tl . ::-- Q -4 -: 'VV' ' 914- 'F tl : ' 572' 'T w 1 A If o' 'ELT' u a-, gh , . "4' ' " ,f 'la 5 -'uf T' . S H . : .12:3- 1 - 'iz-FP. : I . A I 1 .,,.,, c. "a."'IZET .. .1 l '-11 5 i:-,, -3. -ne. . 4 -. 5 ,pt-. --1' A 1. gg f' -1 , . Liz, il. .- - -4 - 61: - m ESE: 11.93, '-:Z "SE ,, Q , .. I I I 71 1 - ll I , : , . L. -.:. .- Hifi f 1 gfffgla -.S .-al' .tu 1. .',:f , - x ' -.s.. , .,, 1 ECLOA1 Some obscure motive brings all the home talent together by a fountain in Washington HV' N -. ww- ---f ymyw . ff .C .. .-ij"-4,KIg'. 5i I. I . ' ',.:"s'3 ,tu .ay l'iY:. f.- . . - ' f. a- s- , t ':',gW:-W ,Q 'I -' : : 'Vg , 'J-.:,,:. .1 mg. 1 Q "1-' ?J51:f1f:-.vf- - '-+,:"' .9a::c"+:"' "fits .1 '9-:El - " . .ngwpg .T 'nz 'VKX '23-ifjiieff 42 . 'ziz 5 " '-: -1'-'az 1' 1, ' .. : '55 A A . 4' ' ,f A 'P V I ,.,. ' K. . ..ss'f' -' ' 41"-1 2' - '-11' 1 -.,-.P s. . fx i it--fi :Q-' .. A ' x . 'hi y -3.2 ,.,. 4 if v t. f ,ztiibwr-If 532-Ig 'V is .l .. I CP" ,Q r. 'f2, J. ,L-It ' , ...- ' ' . ,L."' A , Y was 4 '51, ' .. 7f:7:,'l'll' 1--5 2 '2- . .- W5 ,L " 5 F wig- 'ffffsz ti: . E ,I ,N iii.. .. -A E-fur, r -f-4 , Kkmn' 'r.:. .. .' ' -Cabs: Behind a spreading . . . tree the Washington White House stands WILLIAM FRANCIS RICHARDS, III 7005 Hllltop Road, Upper Darby Academic ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Acorn Agent 3, Upi-Dah Agent 3. CLASS: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Party Committee 3, 4. SPORTS: Soccer Numerals 4, Junior Varsity Football 3, Varsity Swimming 2, 3. EDYTHE I. RILEY 3121 Woodland Avenue, Drexel Hill Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll CLASS: Candy Committee 4- Dance Committee 2, 3 I 4, Executive Committee 9, Magazine Committee Q, Memorial Day Committee 2, 3, Party Committee 9, 3 4, Play Committee 3, 4. CLUBS: Choral 2, 3, History 3, 4, Pleiades 2, 3, 4 Tay-Wistalvan 3, 4. SPORTS: Varsity Swimming, Manager 4. VIRGINIA RICHARDSON 517 Hampden Road, Upper Darby Commercial ' Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2 3 4 CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Dance Committee 4, Play Committee 4, Sticker Committee 4 CLUBS: Choral 9, 3, Library 4 Rifle 4 JEANNE SUCAS ROBERTS Parlxwood Manor Apartments, Upper Darby Academic ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 4. CLASS: Candy Committee 4. CLUBS: Choral 4, Le Cercle Francais 4, Riding 4, Rifle 4. DOROTHY ROBERTSON 639 Merton Avenue, Upper Darby Commercial Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Acorn Agent Q, Honor Roll. CLASS. Executive Committee Q, 3, Magazine Com- mittee Q, Play Committee 3, 4. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 4, Choral Q, 3, 4, Com- merce 3, 4. 90 HELEN L ROBERTSON 1441 Keystone Avenue, Upper Darby Academic Purple .mx SCHOOL Athletic Association 4 A CLASS Sticker Committee 4 .. G h s, ,. .,., M., M. ,:, A E.. . ,. . ' Z ,,.?k:-4 lil Li? -3 - f. '-- 13' -5 .. -,N 4 , t ' ffci5:'.,. .E 51 'X '. '41 L ,-,wits . ll' N ' 1 :Hilti-:ff 31 15- I . 3 'f r: -' . Z . . D .V ,N K tex CLUBS: Choral 4, Riding 4, Rifle 4. 1sgif,ij.,,- 132' 13531 '--'--ng: ,W 'gg L , , , 1-x SPORTS: Hoclce Numeral 4- Varsit Hocke 4. fff 'tif' EES? is 1 Y ' Y Y ' 5, 'P s- 'iii - ' 1.1,-:,.-f..-,g, .fn .' :E . v - -' -Lx JAMES EDWARD ROBINSON -.rg 312 Fairview Avenue, Upper Darby -.3 P 5, . - ,, -..,,. . Scientific - Gold ffli- SCHOOL: Honor Roll, Algebra Prize 9, Phys- z ics Prize 3, Plane Geometry Prize 3. 15 .I r :tgp .. - .. .- 'emma MARJORIE E. ROBINSON 319 Lincoln Avenue, Lansdowne Academic ' Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 3, 4, Party Committee 9, Play Committee 4. CLUBS: Choral 9, 3, History 3, 4, Le Cercle Fran- cais 4. FOSTER O. RODDA 418 Foss Avenue, Drexel Hill Scientific - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 3. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 9, Chess 9, Chess Team 3, Table Tennis 2. SPORTS: Basketball Numeral Q. A life Study in art class- Hold that pose a bit longer! GERTRUDE JANE ROSSER 58 Beech Avenue, Aldan Commercial ' Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Acorn Agent 9, Upi-Dah Agent Q. Q CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Dance Committee 9, 3, 4, Executive Committee 4, Party Committee 2, 3, 4, Play Committee 3, 4. CLUBS: Choral 2, 3, 4, Commerce 3, 4, Dramus Chorus 3, Riding 3. l91l . 'rn' 'S R739 CLASS Magazine Committee 2 Party Committee 9 R CRAIG ROWLAND 234 North Lynn Boulevard, Upper Darby " Scientific Gold SCHOOL Athletic Association 2 3 4 Monitor 3 . - -W. W, .. - . . :i l .am r. . . r . .. ' 1 'hi 'L , f 5 L 0 KN '-M'-"ix: I - x - -- ' .- .c F J liiif' i5-F3 iti l, iff. E l l l ' wfiikff' 15355. 1 1 X 953 liif l 5 I l l I 1 i 4 - ' - ' U A in 'QL . . .3 mn, hp L. Z 5 . 2' '. r :-:,., . . i ' i f. ' ESS1 CLUBS: Rifle 9, Table Tennis 3. . 2,-1 .1 -- X 2-535: -1: i .Fifi if' X5 'if 1. f f I ff - at 2-CQ , ,. . Fifi: :fi i .'.1-951-,",-I ATL.. ' 'ii ., fJ:s1"? 3-'f 1 -' "sf fjI1"::- ' " "'-'Q-.fififiiz . . -, 1' 55.73 ' if ri. ' .' L: He. .- V SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Upi-Dah 4. 1. ' . . ' .L ' Ping' .1 t., .fggi .- - - .i.- . 4.1, il ANN RUTLEDGE 1 I Y 'fm Party Committee 3, 4. 731 Concord Avenue, Drexel Hill Academic - Purple CLASS Cand Committee 4, Dance Committee 3, CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 3, 4, Algetrarca 4, Choral 9, 3, 4, Dramus, Cast 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 3, 4, Pleiades Q, 3, 4, Rifle 4. RUTH MILDRED SAMSON 110 Springfield Road, Aldan Commercial ' Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Acorn Agent Q, Honor Roll. 1 CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Dance Committee 3, Party Committee 4, Play Committee 4, Sticker Com- mittee 4. CLEJBS: A Capella Chorus 4, Choral 3, 4, Library 2. , 4. A photographer was the most popular person on the Washington trip ROBERT MONTGOMERY SAMUEL 524 Childs Avenue, Drexel Hill General - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Acorn Agent 9, 3, Upi-Dah Agent 3. CLASS: Party Committee 2. CLUB: Choral 9, 3. W .1 .t l ' - 3 T W' ' K H it Josspi-i YOUNG sANDERsoN l 3715 Garrett Road, Drexel Hill Scientific - Purple CLUBS: Junior lzoalc Walton League 3, President 4, Rille 2. l99l Academic - Gold SPORTS: Varsity Rifle 3, 4. Academic - Purple CLUB: Riding 4. suzANNe Juno SANNEY i l 830 Anderson Avenue, Drexel Hill SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Honor Roll, Distinguished Honor, Upi-Dah 3, 4. L CLASS: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Party Committee 9, J N Qtv. D 3, 4, Play Committee 3. 1 f l. - 'iifig ' CLUBS: Ars Poetae 9, 3, 4, History 4, Hi-Y 4, Latin 3, E 1 ""' 'U 'M J' A 4 l' " 4, Le Cercle Francois 3, 4, Rifle 9, 3, Secretory 4. BETTY LOUISE SAUERBECK 905 Drexel Avenue, Drexel Hill SCHOOL: Athletic Association 4. ROBERT BAYARD SAVIN 125 Edmonds Avenue, Drexel Hill Scientific - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Debating 4. CLASS: Play Q, Dance Committee 4, Play Committee 4. CLUBS: Hi-Y 4, Rifle 9, 3. SPORTS: Varsity Swimming, Manager 4. ww 9....WaW 'fd' '2 "' ' ,mac -fc Lo' NICHOLAS SAWA 3914 Mary Street, Drexel Hill Commercial - Purple ELEANOR ANNE SAYRE 3822 Crest Road, Drexel Hill Scientific ' Purple tinguished Honor Roll. President 4. SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 4, Honor Roll, Dis- CLASS: Oak, Dance Committee 3. CLUBS: Le Cercle Francais 4, Leeuwenhoek 3, Vice- V l93 l ' 5 'e . "?' "swf" -f: '. - L .-my 3 ., ' - ' S"'l'-,,,4Jg".r ia i . .fg-35, ,si ache , , 4 Fl 5 tk:--..-z..55,,f L,,' ki.: " . -'cs'-.Amd- f.2,-i 1 '+ ' ,: -:'.11':i."" Q- 'vin I '91 W ilyhx S - E. , L7.',.5, 5 . ' lfi- A V " R2 i -tex 'r ,A 91,1 A ' f 'Q . , , .. 3-. - -1 'S' SMT' 1 5 f f ,am V5.2 gtk? 'f'-if aim ,f - . .-I ' - ' sl, 4 K are-E: 1 1:1 :':, H ' "gf g px, -gi ,J . Q hx. ' 'Q : , I -if '- . .jj '. , 1 .. ' 1,1-:.-1' .4 5. .-' ' " L.. " F- l:f.t:'fg.',: t -- ,fi r. ,ggi al. '-1 :I' 5-1:-2:2 A " -- .5-.1 - :filly . -.51 "H '-fri.. 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V - , ., ' '-'21-s:'s:h 5 The rows of empty tables forecast a mighty attendance at the banquet DORIS MARIE SCHADEWALD 8306 West Chester Pike, Upper Darby Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 4, Debating 3, 4, Honor Roll, English Prize 2, Student Council 4, Upi- Dah 3, Editor 4, "We Notice in Passing" 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 3, 4, Executive Committee 3, 4, Magazine Committee 9, Party Committee 9, Play Committee 4. CLUBS: Algetrarca 9, Secretary 3, President 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Tay-Wistalvanli, 3, 4. SPORTS: Junior Varsity Hockey 9, Varsity Manager 4. MARY ELIZABETH SCHEETZ 714 Burmont Terrace, Drexel Hill Academic - Purple bating, Captain 4, Honor Roll. CLASS: Dance Committee Q, 3, Party Com- mittee 4. Choral.3, 4, History 4, 4, Rifle Q, 3. SPORTS: Varsity Tennis 3, Manager 4. 'c -L JAMES POLK SCHELLENGER ,lu ,f,,,g..., 'L-oo, Ummm fifty. jj ff' 643 Ridgewood Road, Upper Darby Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Acorn 4, Athletic Association 2, 3 4, A. A. Council 4, Honor Roll, Fideles 4, Student Council 3, 4, "We Notice in Passing" 4, Gym Team 2, 4. CLASS: President 4, Dance Committee 3, 4, Executive Committee 3, 4, Party Committee 3, 4. CLUB: Hi-Y 3, President 4. SPORTS: Junior Varsity Football Q, Varsity Football 3, A Captain 4. RUTH H. SCHELLINGER 1128 Harding Drive, Upper Darby Academic ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll Monitor 3. CLUB: Latin 3, 4. l ROBERT MATTHEW SCHILLING 42 Sunshine Road, Upper Darby General - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2. l94l SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, De- mittee 3, 4, Play Committee 4, Sticker Com- CLUBS' Algetrarca Q 3 4, Ars Poetae 9, 3, 4, KATHERINE THERESA SCHOLLER 62 South Pennoclz Avenue, Upper Darby SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Acorn Agent Q. CLUB: Library 4. JOSEPH ANDREW SCHMIDT 7331 Miller Avenue, Upper Darby Scientific - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3, English Prize 2. Commercial - Gold M fi G ' 'Y 6 37 HARRY w. SCHRADER 122 South Woodlawn Avenue, Aldon Scientific - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Monitor 9. CLASS: Dance Committee 3, Executive Committee 3. CLUB: Hi-Y 3, 4. SPORTS: Varsity Soccer 4. BERNARD SCHREIBER 246 Maypole Road, Upper Darby Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, A. A. Council 3, 4, Honor Roll, Monitor 3, Student Council 4, Tribunal Vice-President 3, "We Notice in Passing" 3, Acorn Sports Editor 4. CLUB: Hi-Y 3, 4. SPORTS: Basketball Q, 3, Captain 4, Tennis 2, Cap- tain 3, 4. DORIS WRIGHT SCHULZ 19 Sunshine Road, Upper Darby Scientific - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Acorn Agent 3, 4, Upi-Dah Agent 4. , CLASS: Dance Committee 2, 4, Party Committee 4, Sticker Committee 4. CLUBS: German 2, 4, Secretary 3. l95 l 's K 4: i' ' -I . .. ,' ....,n4::- -4' - ' 4.-533tf,,,,g5Y.. . ,, . 1,5 '13, .tg -so 553:62 , , -113, '2 Uf '-' rg - - .e - hw" 1 1" r I . ',' ,.,.,..,. .. 4... .5 . l A , . -1":-',2-.- - 2 N - ' l' 2 42:-ft,-fxl.: fl M ' ...E F .giixfisif 131. , WRX 5:,:,,5:g LL.-.-5: 5, 1 'Q ' ':1:I,'..A T fiii ' , " as ,,.:::L , - :' yt, 1. 3" -fir: 'i-'E-irfi if 11 ,1 J 'Fi t 4-If 51 it u . " ,:.r"' " min: f:ff'1'5. "ff if. fs., ' .. lift'-: -1-3 1.-fl i ,,, . 1 fi? .gf -- 1, - '.:",'.'-2:3 , ' -'72 . '45-.-Pt.--1.': If 1- ' :QW-ms At the speaker's table we have strangely enough the speaker as well as Skellg looking pensive F, ,ri 'i I . -r ., ..-i-.: . uk, in L Cal' lg , . 11 J , . Q.:-, 1 . Q - 1. js-1- -. -s ku ,u . K . 'V-..,.i7' - Q., 7? rin' 'ss 1 X " fl Q 4 U ' M 1 Q. flatly. l .i if Nw " J- P ' ' S , .3312 it , 'fs 4 --1 y.'s,P'QLrfa W Ry. , , "' 1 , 'fi' 'Y 'N ' 3 . . , 2- ',' '.. '41 l H will rl ' ,iw ' I-:I ' :ff , at . 1-1,1 In sit? J L l l 's' .. l". fnlu.. 4.-aw, 5 '. 'Z . 9 -. :Li ' 4. . -5'ifI'-if I: 1 If-qxrs rf' . r r-rf 7 . .- - -ern-1.-. A Christmas welfare display,- complete but for the inevitable can-opener CHARLES SCHWARTZ 355 Cheswold Road, Drexel Hlll General - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 4. HELEN LOUISE SCHWARTZ 4016 Lasher Road, Drexel Hill General - Gold CLASS: Dance Committee 9, 3, Party Committee 2. CLUBS: Riding 2, Rifle Q. CATHERINE CHARLOTTE SCOUT 728 Alexander Avenue, Drexel Hill Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Honor Roll. CLASS: Dance Committee 4, Party Committee 4, Play Committee 4, Sticlcer Committee 4. CLUBS: Algetrarca 3, Choral Q, History 9, 3, Latin 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 3, 4. li CHARLSIE MAY SEARLES 10 Kelly Street, Lansdowne General - Gold l i961 VERA E. SEASE 7116 Penarth Avenue, Upper Darby Commercial ' Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. CLUB: Library 4. GEORGE H. SELTZER Scientific - Gold Scientific - Gold l L v7V4,,,.L6fv17 Qiegjlbi, 11.13, evuc 4106 Sommer: Avenue, Drexel Hill SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3, 4, Acorn Agent 3. MERLE WILLIAM SEMISCH 7819 Arlington Avenue, Upper Darby SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 3. 7 'P ' J vu CQ,tI- LASVL3 5 ll CMM-My 1 ' 'JOHN ELMER sHANNoN 225 Burmont Road, Drexel Hlll Scientific " Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Honor Roll, Gym Team 3, 4. CLUB: German 4. RUTH GERTRUDE SHECKTER 113 Marlborough Road, Upper Darby Commercial ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Honor Roll, Upi-Dah Agent 4. CLASS: Oak, Candy Committee 4, Dance Com- mittee Q, 3, 4, Party Committee 9, 3, 4, Play Committee 3, 4, Sticker Committee 4. CLUBS: A Capella Q, 3, 4, Ars Poetae 2, 3, 4, Choral 2, 3, 4, Commerce 4, Dramus, Chorus Q, 3, 4. SPORTS: Hockey Numerals Q. LOIS MILDRED SHEDDAN 4028 Huey Avenue, Drexel Hill ' H T- ----1,,,.- . .5 -4- . - 1 Rig 'Ezxgk '.1 'pig 1. ,. , z' i..:'Nj3s J' -f-2 If t ' 'Ex-.T 'F' 't.- 'Z 1 f T . hifi. .S :F L' . " .L 'f.5"'7"'f-i'- ' ff 'Q if "' 'Fel' . 1., -. . . - .. EI .. .:.,11' r2?4:' 1:l,:-tn. -,Q .5 5: rm- I' 15 s z K., IW 'i' ..' f... ." p-, . . 1 ' v-w-.'- V ' siii' A -L a " -' 'nm 5 . , is ' f' fi, FI i r.i",.'-,."i-3 . R4 . : ,,::g' -4 :' T , 1, ' - .'q, . ' Qin' . ' ':"3fq': .. I ,if :uhh -A . 5 1 '1 ' GQ' iff :K ' in ,,. - . U ' ref- ,2,, 27512: sg: ' , 'S , 1. u jr' l - .Hg 1 '-4. f'-j.'1i'..i-: S -3.1 .- .,..:gy. ,Q :., '- ,t Rf. ' wg gy.. '-1:I': " l - - rd' -- - '- - :- - r ' iliifzsfsz -2440,-, The Pennsylvania slreamliner on the siding al Beverly Hills Golf Course. Come one! Come all! Academic ' Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 4, Acorn Staff 4. CLUBS. A Capella Chorus 4, Choral 2, 3, 4. l97 "MF Qlll S M VIRGINIA SHIRTZ 635 Foss Avenue, Drexel Hill SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Honor Roll. Academic ' Gold Q' CLASS: Oak, Dance Committee 9, 3, 4, Executive Committee 9, Memorial Day Committee 3- Party Com- mittee Q, 3, 4, Play Committee 3, 4, Sticker Committee 4. CLUBS Ars Poetae 3 4 Choral 2 German 9 Vice- 3 E Presideht 3. 4, History 3,i4, Hi-Y 4f Latin 3, 4.' . . ' "ww : ' F " ix M1 A . , 'gt ' . - : , tv - .. - - 391. -if ' ':.- gil.:-:..,., . fame - -,y,f:e.r:.-I- f,.5.:35 1' rung! - .1 " "' , ..-, :L . ' 'ff-rx Q : iff t , H. - D.-5,4 .1 .1 : I .1 TA ' ' ' pq V 'N' gg I W -,, its ,. tg . . 1 t . ,. 41.55, " Q . ggi, -0 'S-s 5 2,5 ' ' 'fix 'if -. l- ..i1r..., B ',"Qg -'si -'iw' :-yt : ' 1'-1 '.' 5: -'f bfi. V ' 'f .: W' .is I 4 : . fs., ' T1 .. f j,5:.'1:2-5, 1-f A - 1 V' 'I . rr : ' V :M ' 7 :::.f 1. , .FQ V ., lfatli. " 1 ,n -'fi . Q., 1. -, 1, .-.A .WH 1 ,- .v ' .L-My 'P 'rdfthvr The early days of the track season. Waiting to make a trial start MILDRED HELEN SIDDALL 333 Upland Way, Drexel Hill General - Purple ELIZABETH MARIE SHOEMAKER 124 Oakley Road, Upper Darby General - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3. CLASS: Dance Committee 2, Magazine Com mittee Q. CLUB: Choral 9, 3. SPORTS: Hockey Numerals 9. SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Upi-Dah Agent 3. CLASS: Play Committee 4, Dance Committee Q, 3, 4, Magazine Committee Q, Party Committee 3. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 3, Choral 3, Pleiades Q, 3, 4. ROBERT WALTER SIDDALL 333 Upland Way, Drexel Hill SCHOOL: Gym Team Q, Captain 3, 4. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 4, Choral 3. SPORTS: Varsity Soccer 4, Varsity Track 2, 3. . Milli' i General - Purple .yi f 'v 7049 Clover Lane, Upper Darby JOSEPH P. SIMEONE General - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2. CLUBS: Riding Instructor 2, Master 3, 4. I98 j. WILLIAM SKIDMORE 4033 Lasher Road, Drexel Hill Scientific - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3, 4, Gym Team 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 3, 4, Party Com- mittee 3, 4, Play Committee 3, 4. CLUB: Rifle 4. SPORTS: Cheer Leading 3, 4. 7 VIRGINIA SIMPLER 314 South Fairview Avenue, Upper Darby Commercial ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3, 4. CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Dance Committee 3, 4, Party Committee 4, Play Committee 3. CLUBS: Choral 3, Library 4. JOSEPH HERBERT SLACK 40 Kent Road, Upper Darby Scientific ' Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Band Letter 4, Monitor Q, Tribunal 3, Upi-Dah Stall 3, 4. CLASS: Oak, Executive Committee 4, Play Committee 4. CLUBS: History 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Latin 9, 3, Rifle 2. ROBERT ALLAN SLOAN 1 o ,im C0411 fi-'-4, 7204 Spruce Street, Upper Darby inc 704. by , 7- A 7 - , V ,A Scientific ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 9, Choral Q. CLARE FRANCES SMITH 345 Lincoln Avenue, Lansdowne Scientific ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Distinguished Honor Roll, Biology Prize 9, Acorn Q, 3, Editor 4. CLASS: Dance Committee Q, 3, Party Committee 2, Play Committee 3. CLUBS: Algetrarca 3, German 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Latin 2, 3, 4, Tay-Wistalvan 4. l99l iw P-'S' I A' 1i.,UEV5. - ' 'f " 1 551 ,, . .1 f -:1-il'-Eli-'-..'? 'r 4 '-'.. F- ' P '1-':..W,..Jw.:, gi - '.Lf'.,g' :'5 , ':1:i:it?l"l1.t? 'P' W- 35 -.I-.-J: .1 L- . ': ' 'L rj' A ::,g:'f,'w : ,gm L: . W uh .mi fi L1 K ' .-SEL. P4-:fi " 2 5.'2:'s 'lef"'35"f ff' .. "'--5:25 :1 -1. 4, fu -ig 1. 'PF' " '- ,.. " '- FC:- "sf 1 '. ' ., 5jf5:.'1'?,-, 1-E 5 ' -.if t . :.ELf'1Q aff: -- , an -. fs-l,.,.. .1 ..,,-.Q-, I, Hpg- , ' .:a..e7, The Upi-Dah goes to press. Miss Gaukrodger patching a couple of split infinitives H 1.1.1 Eli . q. '--'nur 4-vrmf. . Q-1 -- .. .. . . - . t 6, ""'.r 1. ,. . . ' f'., :w'3, ,xg '5' . 4 ?..f:1"'i "f '-I' -. - .A , ' ggjqr., .1 2--f 76 1 -M -p I , X !"-f- ' ,- i tgr.. ..-,.l'- " N . '1.f.1 I 'la ' ' .,E TNI ' 531: R '-914: 'L' gg.: .35 3 1.913 2322121.41 i t b pk. 5 -Q ' ' : L- cz '5",-4 ' 1"-so 'H' .. l -. V -' 1' .QL :. f..x,ge'-4' 4- . 3 "IGS 1 ga-j 5.5, Y 4 ffg :fi-bff-Q3 sw' 3 2? - fra- 1. 1- J. ar: --gf . fs, ,.: .. .. m -K: 4'-es' :.- --yi V H 1'?17'.A-- -155 .f RQ -. "'-IPI, 1, .' , 'iw-, "1 ,, 1 31-5.-r gf ' -. --sw .- ' ...Z-5 .4 72" 1" " --?- :.- ' ' :ff-fi, RQ . . Sf auf - 'f - if f 'af il? . "v . 'riff 5. -'ft 1 451:-'.'r:I1-2' ' -cfri-A-.Z A group of not particularly serious students in a receptive mood LOUISE EMILIE SMITH 600 Tumer Avenue, Drexel Hill Commercial - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3, 4. CLASS: Candy Committee 4. CLUBS: German 3, 4, Table Tennis 4. JOHN BARCLAY SMYTHE 231 South Cedar Lane, Upper Darby Scientific - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Debatinglf, 3, 4, Debating Prize 3, Student Council 4, " e Notice in Passing" 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 9, 3, Party Committee 4, Play Committee 3. CLUBS: Hi-Y 3, Secretary 4, Rifle 2. HUBERT EDWARD SODEN, JR. 15 South Kirlclyn Avenue, Kirlclyn ' General ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3. ', D ff ' .A 1 . lk f O Q, of 1' GEORGE JOHN SPERA 1 West Church Lane, Upper Darby General - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 4. THEODORE FRANCIS SPIKER 4017 Bonsall Avenue, Drexel Hill Sclenhlr: Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4. CLUBS: Drill Team 9, 3, Fencing 9, 3, 4, Rifle 9. l'lOOl EDITH JUNE STEELE 122 Albert Avenue, Aldan General ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 4. CLUBS: History 3, 4, Library 4. WILLIAM ABBOT SPIVAK 910 Lindale Avenue, Drexel Hill Academic ' Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4. CLUB: Le Cercle Francais 9, 3. SPORTS: Soccer Numerals, Captain 4. PAULA ECKFELDT SPRATT 3819 Berry Avenue, Drexel Hill General - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Upi-Dah Agent Q. CLASS: Play Committee 3. CLUBS: German 3, Riding 3. . yi f 641 AI L- nqf 4, ROBERT TOMLINSON STANTON 27 South Third Street, Lansdowne General ' Gold Gr'-f JL - SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. CLASS: Executive Committee 3. CLUB: Rifle 3, 4. I ,ir-'wlwmw LUCILLE MARIE STEINHARDT 258 Ashby Road, Upper Darby Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Upi-Dah Agent 3. CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Dance Committee 3, 4, Play Committee 3, 4, Sticker Committee 4. CLUBS: Choral 2, Le Cercle Francais 3, 4, Pleiades 4. I 101 I F'.fQ' . I. J- --Hfvgv' wfyppgp- . fi 1- . ,ggffr :SE ,X ,. . ' . 'f'1Ef5:.., fi "If Fi fl '- "fl Q v'ij"1'i'f."-x- ' i 'xml'- 1 Ugg-,. I .. ,5 ,b 'i 39, -fl'5Zri4a,.' 1: 5335 Kev: 1 :g .f:+:.t '-"- .1 ---:QE ' ':-515:55-:if 'fn' 114. ITF A 9 ' ffl-if .. Il.-4:2251 lf 'S-.7 --. A f f'f:'.,'1-.f- f.,"' 'if-iff, ' I' . "i'.2j.5:1E gg., -Q ' 1: 'if' 97 5+ 5 . - ge- - s, ii. - ,,,l , A, N . SL- 4 ' , . . 25 J.-t iff . , ri! 4. . ::,.'.f?1 QE-.2 f :,,: of L:-3. .v,,:..v Evan.. .- - ."::4 -lu...-1,-. - 1'- P'-.-A-,--:.:.'.ff-Q .- -' ' Nairn Welfare work is at its height during the Christmas season and so is photography and posing ETHEL MARIE STELZER 48 Keystone Avenue, Upper Darby Commercial ' Gold SCHOOL Honor Roll. 'il with i . H I, ..,,,,,,. ME T, K i'f53P:g,,,,4:5', Q25 . . 1' '1i,"1'If- .L 'li iii: '.- , ,- . ,:. r--' z' .- . x , J .: 'L F5 B Q 1 'YJ if v.-""" "'- ' 1" -' 5 S" ' fn' E ":.-1 ' A . ,f:.l.Z:? .Q I.-K . - : - .f,, .,,- .. . , 5: , .:7',.:,g-'-:- '-A-gs .-5 -H522 .4-:--:elif ,- 1.91: 'WAX fifpfff L , ,gg El -. 1 :Nil ll - 1 -5 "az: . '54 5' Nl 2 I ":. ? i'NM."it' " . A' ,Q . 5 usgo. - -. ft, CLUB: Commerce 4. 'hy-.1':.T Y' 5' .i , 'ff E i-,Q -,552 ew. ix :H -.-f - fy, Q-'-ri V in 'ffl' Eff: iffj.. if "1'-'- - ff : flf. fn-,. - ' QZYAJ h f ,ffl V352 F--' tl ' --Clfhvr JEANNE STORY Academic ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4. MARY PRISCILLA STERLING 190 Springton Road, Upper Darby Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Honor Roll. CLASS: Party Committee 4, Play Committee 3, Sticker Committee 4. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 9, 3, 4, Choral 9, 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 4, Leeuwenhoelc 4. , Keystone Avenue and Netherwood Road, Upper Darby CLASS: Dance Committee 9, 4, Sticker Committee 4. CLUBS: Le Cercle Francais 4, Riding 2, 3, Rifle 2. JANE STOTTLER Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Honor Roll. CLASS: Play 2, Dance Committee 3, Party Committee 4, Play Committee 3, 4, Sticker Committee 4. CLUBS: Choral 3, History 4, Latin 3, 4, World Affairs Cooking classes appear Forum 4' I I to be good fo' the SPORTS: Junior Varsity Hockey 2. disposition as well as the domestic adaptability mittee 3, 4, Sticlcer Committee 4. N SPORTS: Junior Varsity Hockey 2. l l'lOQI 3409 Huey Avenue, Drexel Hill RUTH STOTTLER 3409 Huey Avenue, Drexel Hill Academic ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll. CLASS: Play Q- Party Committee 9, 3, 4, Play Com- CLUBS: Latin 3, 4, World Allairs Forum 4. v MARION MOORE STOVALL 43 South Kirklyn Avenue, Upper Darby Commercial - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, A. A. Council 4. CLUBS: Choral 3, Commerce 3, 4. SPORTS: Junior Varsity Basketball 9, Junior Varsity Hockey 9, Varsity Basketball 3, Captain 4, Varsity Hockey 3, 4. WILLIAM THOMAS STRAEHLE 352 Congress Avenue, Lansdowne Scientific - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Upi- Dah Agent 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 3, Party Committee 2, 3, Play Committee 4. EILEUBE: Algetrarca 4, German 4, Table Tennis M. JANE STRATFORD 7000 Llanfair Road, Upper Darby Commercial - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4. CLUB: Choral 3. JANET E. STRATFORD 7000 Llanlair Road, Upper Darby General ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. CLUBS: Choral 2, 3, Dramus, Chorus 2, 3, Cast 4. HELEN FRANCES STRUBE 2225 Manor Road, Upper Darby General - Gold l'IO3 l 'J L. E. ..., .., . - Hz... .. in K , . 1-'::,g4'.,t,5,-,.. . ,. . 4.34: -si 'Q , 1:5 2 2 ., '--.. 64' - g e: " 'a.5',s' ' - 5 " 'ibifflftr-va.. -' -:SQ'z5f.' '-c-."" 53:35-vi' - 9:21-,.g : -' ' ' ' ...ut ,--. i- .- .gr -:fzfff-ff: if 121' Q ":"'14'f'i 9:1-Q Q I I 3553 A lx-tf.-Z. , ,P 1. at 11 Kg: A .qs -I 1, ' Q 5' 'nf l' i".-.1."a.f . ' . . .,.fs:1v '?' T.. 55:51 '1- "9 4 . ,,,. ,,, . 2::.-' 41? I -, " ::' 1:-A A y L A-I Li: 2545512 fr ft El 3. ' rc 3,5 il.: . Jw... ,s -sh. hw. ifflgy -": 'Iii-in fi" TT' ""'.:'-.. , -'f ' .. 1 .. - '.1-:s-'r 2 ff fa' -- 4,-,.:s'..3. 2. ' "-'.-.'5'bi'2 A -i-ivf' nfl-'. '. ' isa 1 f.. I if . . -..,g',:g. hz- , C-. 'Rf yang -. . '.f-ri'-'-'ir I -,-...l ., -.gr-,fy Q , 53514 -:, , -'Tilt'-' EuEr55i2: :i . .' ' 512001 The swift action bespeaks of the heavy competition which the hockey girls encountered ,QE L '- 7. -"EW .. A : Ig, 1w'E: .1f. -5? il ' , I f ROBERT WILLIAM STYLES E A 716 Alexander Avenue, Drexel Hill " Q Academic - Purple gre ez., . g i :gi is ifQf1:Qf. 1 Qt SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Gym Team H T ' Al l .. 2 3 4. 1,1 M . F K .. L. I I -AEE?- i'Al':. "5Q .S:' CLASS: Dance Committee 3, Magazine Committee 9, iw 'Q A '15 Party Committee 3, Play Committee 3. V ' ah 'in 'r fs il Q. E CLUBS: Junior lzaalc Walton League 9, Leeuwen- Qt " hoek Q, 3, President 4, Rifle 9, 3. EE u .. 795- I ' 'jf:f::.,-32.3, Q.-E , mv, , . Jost. KENNETH SUYDAM 'if :Fu i " J . . te- 1 .. ',- v- if - cz?" 35" nl:-L: M! :Em 5 ff 3811 Albemarle Avenue, Drexel Hill General - Purple CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 9, 3, Associate President 4, Choral 9, 3, Associate President 4. Miss Clegg does not seem to be in the least disturbed about having posters in place of blackboards A IDEMEY MURIEL SWEENEY 37 Chatham Road, Upper Darby Commercial - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association SZ, 3. CLUBS: Choral 2, 3, Riding 4. MARJORIE M. SWEIGERT 456 Argyle Road, Drexel Hill General - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 4. CLUBS: A Ca ella Chorus 4- Choral Cercle Francaisp4, Riding 3, 4. I l104 l S f , ,b mln: JAMES JOSEPH SWEENEY 949 Foss Avenue, Drexel Hill General - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Agent 9. CLASS: Magazine Committee 2. SPORTS: Varsity Baseball 2, 3. Q, 3, 4, Acorn 2, 3, 4, Le 118 Madison Avenue, Upper Darby SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2 3 4- Honor Roll CLASS: Candy Committee 4- Dance Committee Q 'ri 3 4 iv 'jg . - , M -4, . 5. . .7 A. . ..,.,,. :I .- ,,:-.-izlwjg ' " lx ilk? - siiffeofn ,EP H U :.:s,j:-:gi 5 -sg Khi n . ,, i ELEANQR Jossvi-me swiss-:ER 5 " -1- " .' ' General ' Gold 'osx -:5:gfQgg,:" , ge- , 'F "" A 910. 4 ' i ,,:,: 1' . 1 1 I - U " V ,gg I . ..., , . 1' 31'-x , ' .5223 1' 'peril :. T' -fgr- if-. -1-sy' fjiyf, Zl. "Fifi " :Y H ' Y -' I' r . 1 iff, 1: ,.- -NP? 'L I HENRY WILLIAM TAXIS 97 North Union Avenue, Lansdowne General - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. 131, 1 .gli . .. 13 i. - . 45: : -gr r 'ftf-.nj .. 5. .1:Z.'fF?' 4. . -.., , , .X 5. , I-7:25, I 5':li,'.3'Fi'3i.'! :f :-3' ' 5940151 CLARA WILHELMINA TAYLOR 231 Sansom Street, Upper Darby Commercial ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4. SPORTS: Junior Varsity Basketball 3, Junior Varsity Hockey 3. NORMAN MICHEAL TEMPONE 3105 Huey Avenue, Drexel Hlll Academic ' Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Gym Team 4. CLUBS: Choral 9, 3, A Capella Chorus 4. DOROTHY OTILLA THOMPSON 230 North Linden Avenue, Upper Darby Commercial - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3, 4. SPORTS: Junior Varsity Hockey 3. l'lO5l Biology-an everlasting peering thru a microscope at objects beautiful to look at but diliicull to interpret UD' W , 5 . -W. -.WA .., . .. 5' . ir- , f . 'C-. , A D . .1 .'- .. '. we' 3 9 f- "fu-5' . . .- -. 4. .- ' . -' -aviszw f fm- .. , .:i21i"' 'fain fi 'Qi e ' 'flex -f4rEf?::ff ' ' i1:- 5 z Yi A n :I-, -- - ,Z :,"'1fi-2 U' ' '4'!."'k 'hz . 1-. - :-..., : v . '- xiii, " ' '-'-15 5 '- 255' ,, +V i ?, 2. "Z: 1 GT: f in 5 x 4 I 'ir nc 'I g' ,. . ,:.r' H E? .,,.. .. . .4-G. ff ?:,i',:,i , fn- J? l ,'.g..g,:,,j E54 P . f- E5 -. it '1.':r:', . . If . at ":. 'ffl'- Ii , Lt' - '-. -: .'.1.7F -v -. ,. ,gui lg, , 'S ': -511-51:4 5: fr- ': .. .- ' 'diem There is no intramural hockey rule against a bit ol primping on the side JEAN BERNEICE THOMPSON 515 Bloomfield Avenue, Drexel Hill Commercial ' Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 4. CLUB: Library 4. ELIZABETH K. TILLSON 905 Tumer Avenue, Drexel Hill Academic - Gold EOHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Honor o . CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Dance Com- mittee 3. CLUBS: Algetrarca 3, 4, Latin 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 4, iding 3, 4, Table Tennis 2. ADELYNE B. TITLE 530 Hampden Road, Upper Darby Academic ' Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3, 4, Upi-Dah Agent 2, 3, 4. CLASS: Dance Committee Q, 3. CLUBS: Algetrarca 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 3, 4, Library 2, 3, 4, Riding 4. 5 ALBERTA MAE TITUS 240 Huntley Road, Upper Darby Commercial - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Acorn Agent 3, Monitor 2, 3. CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Dance Committee Q, 3, 4, Party Committee Q, 3, 4, Play Committee 3, Sticker Committee 4. CLUBS: Choral 9, 3, 4, Pleiades 4. , ' V 1 , x. f X' SI V ,IOHN FRANCIS TOBIN 3407 Albemarle Avenue, Drexel Hill General ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4. CLUB: Rifle Q. X44 Hoot t JOHN JAMES TOY 25 Church Lane, Lansdowne General - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 4, Monitor 9, 3. SPORTS: Varsity Swimming 4. lff4"f-"t'7'-'1."'Jf'w- N54 -I7 vo ll.-ZW:-ts A L Joi-IN cnocxek rowNsENn, ii ' 727 Lindale Avenue, Drexel Hill "1-ull' Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Student . E T Council Q, 4, Llpi-Dah Agent 9, "We Notice in Pass- 1512. "" ,Rl ing" 4, Purple Color Captain 4. .. Q3 . A CLASS: Vice-President 3, Executive Committee 9, 3, 1 .L ,f , Memorial Day Committee 3, Play Committee 3. , ui A R CLUB: Hi-Y 3, 4. V g all SPORTS: Junior Varsity Basketball 2, Varsity Basket- ..,, ball 3, 4. -'.,V :N-lf -..-, A A-T'-'ll .. ll-.:l:Ql:?Z,'C':l',j, :ll 'iz' " 'A -7 ff?-1512-.'.:1 :M - 'l EEE?" l WALTER EDWARD TRICKER 37 Keystone Avenue, Upper Darby General - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4. SPORTS: Junior Varsity Wrestling 3, Junior Varsity Cross-Country 3, 4. Las tl-X54 9: WWW ff- f47f74,l'w1r EDWARD ALBERT TRUITT 417 Winfield Avenue, Upper Darby Commercial - Gold tease.-..,. , . ,l -,mg , 'CLUW Potts is getting quite self-conscious surrounded by his money bags and crests CAROL RAE TURNBAUGH 4717 Woodland Avenue, Drexel Hill Commercial - Purple CLASS. Play Committee 4, Sticker Committee 4. CLUB: Commerce 4. SPORTS. Basketball Numerals 4. l'lO7l 4 rim 'B '-t .-.-.,,,. -.-, M, .. '-, ,."'. 'LHB s ,. . , nfs? .ff -L1 Sh a , , . . if ' w ,.,,'.,,.L. . KT stu Ang.. 2 K- ' 'ilfifzfffc 'Wifi F , .. .. :A-a ll n- ,gh Z, 'WAX L Q 1323 53 " '52 ' si Q.-1. A 2 1' 'a 1211 , H ,, .M :T 12. ' Dir'- - 'V ' '--32-, . :Gt 2 .., . K , '25 l t -lv :-. J X ' f -"Nfl . - , L . - .W .5 .115 . WDP.. '41 3 -',:-L., 1: f . '19 ' - . --' . 4 bitt- ' if- ' : I . 5.4. --1 ,, f :ff -'..':-."f': -' '.--':.. 'T F " ".71",'. P 'ffq 'x Y I ' .E FG., .. 4 3'-. tr: - ,I-V. - . P Y '51 .' 'XF' -'-., - -. -:v.'.l.2? "' ': " 24 .4 R--f.i:1h' . 39- ': - - ' .zsffi -115,4 ., '-cg -,eq 'ilrtkir 1-.22 -if .. .' Nw-mr The library is one place in school where silence reigns-so they say MILDRED EVANS TURNER 91 Springton Road, Upper Darby Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Acorn Agent Q, Debating 3, Public Speaking Prize 9. CLASS: Play 3, Dance Committee 9, Candy Com- mittee 4. CLUB: Pleiades Q. HELEN MARY TUCKER 314 Margate Road, Upper Darby Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 4. CLUBS: Choral 4, A Capella Chorus 4, World bffgirs Forum 4. K ' club """P"l"" 711-"""'A+ G09 . Lvl! L5 4',ll'f1J"""'fl-""7L,Jv"-1' Luc- 711 ERNEST LEON TYLER 5' 238 Wembly Road, Upper Darby .,,,. .tw ,WA Academic ' Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. CLUBS: Choral 4, Dramus, Orchestra 3, Rifle 9, 3, 4. SPORTS: Rifle, Manager 4. HELEN RUTH URFFER 7225 Penarth Avenue, Upper Darby General - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, Acorn Agent 4. CLUBS: Le Cercle Francais 9, Rifle 4. FRED VAN ANDEN, JR. 748 Edmonds Avenue, Drexel Hill General - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. CLUB: Rifle 9, 4, Secretary 3. SPORTS: Varsity Rifle 3. l'lO8l ff.lw,,f,,.,r1.-AGM wsff-ff" ff W'-1 YNY 3Mf4n.W-N., F'-Afrynf 49" 'NU :St , , , JOHN W. VAN INWEGEN, JR. Q 22'I Barrington Road, Upper Darby , y ,.,e' - Scientific - Purple if n SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4. l CLUBS: Choral 4, Rane 4. -1? Qt Q A gent., -,.--1.:.:':,..'1.::l E4 A ,ara ,, fa' ' " if ' -' JM cyzewjwe.. dw' " 1,v3,jJQT5 Q. .455 WILLIAM H. vtNEv ' 7015 Clover Lane, Upper Darby 4 Scientific - Gold H SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3, 4, Gym Team 4. 55, CLASS: Dance Committee 9, 3, 4. .L ,I CLUB: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4. KATHRYN VISALLI 39 North State Road, Upper Darby Commercial ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4. CLASS: Party Committee 9, 3, Sticker Committee 4. CLUB: Commerce 4. 441-4 Cv"" ' - Q, 5-f,jlO0 GEORGE RUSSEL WACKENHUT 7438 Miller Avenue, Upper Darby General - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll, Valley-ball 3, Captain 4. gP?RTS: Soccer Numerals 4, Varsity Soccer Gym Nite Pf0mPfS a number of the girls to break forth in a snappy military tap EDITH l. WAITE 4012 Sommers Avenue, Drexel Hill General - Purple SCHOOL. Athletic Association Q, 3, 4. CLASS: Executive Committee 4. CLUBS. A Capella Chorus 4, Choral 2, 3, 4. l'lO9l L . dc , ,Wx WW A V Fw ,giJ.5 1,413 . A ' "Q "t WN-' ,ffm .- A " W.. '-igti' 3 'T' JAMES MOSS WALTER 413 Timberlake Road, Upper Darby 'MI 2 Commercial - Gold Vik, ,333 "fm .45 SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. -. h" l CLASS: Dance Committee 3, Magazine Committee 9, i t b V 4 Play Committee N ,t-g2l'e.,.Q','f 5' CLUB: Commerce 3, 4. iii. " SPORTS: Junior Varsity Tennis 2, Varsity Tennis 3. 4 f i 55. E.. ' .. if ' " HELEN MARIA WALTON . if ' iw. ' -I f'Z7I'J.. '-.Tr-J A L: fit. " "-cfm-.J Abraham Lincoln presides in solemn dignity and tells no tales of himself to history students .. r...- -. - -,Mfg-1 FRANCES ELIZABETH WARD 618 Massachusetts Avenue, Aldon Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. CLUBS: Choral 3, Le Cercle Francais 4. VERNON wEsi.EY WARFEL L 42 Sycamore Avenue, Aldon General - SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3. 97 Lomport Road, Upper Darby General - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, A. A. Council 3, 4, Honor Roll. CLASS: Executive Committee 9, Magazine Com- mittee Q, Memorial Day Committee 2, Party Committee 9. SPORTS: Junior Varsity Basketball 3, Junior Varsity Hockey 9, Varsity Hockey 3, 4. Purple , MARTHA WASE 600 South Massachusetts Avenue, Aldan ' Academic - SCHOOL: Honor Roll. CLASS: Dance Committee 3. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 3, Choral Chorus Q, 3, 4, History 4, Latin 2, 3. l'l'lOl Purple Q, 3, Dramus, SCHOOL: Athletic Association 4. QLQJBE: A Capella Chorus 2, 3, 4, Choral ,pf wweffccf fffb - Je-ov Rel, l WALTER J. WAY 50 Albert Avenue, Aldan Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4. CLUB: Rifle 4. DOROTHY MARIE WEBER 7226 Hazel Avenue, Upper Darby Commercial - Purple 14746 ' 56 if WILLIAM CHARLES WEIGELT, JR. 121 Albert Avenue, Aldan Scientific - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4. CLUBS: Junior lzaalc Walton League 3, 4, Rille Q, 3, 4. ELEANOR MARIAN WEISS 7504 Parkview Road, Upper Darby Commercial - Gold CLUB: Library 4. ,IANE ANN WELLS 344 North Lansdowne Avenue, Lansdowne Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4. CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Dance Committee 4, Party Committee 4, Play Committee 4. CLUBS: Library 9, 3, 4, Riding 4. l'I'I'lI r. F... . ., I.. . ., -... . ,,,,, , -'rw A . '- - 4 me-1' .- '- '. 2225 2. mit-:ati -', ., 5, -' ' 1 -...gt-"ag: Q.. :rf nu... 3' , , 4 :,.e., ' 1 - - . , - . . 5' 1- . 'wx '4i-:f-.:'Lt.- ,f 3 pf.. -1.-,,,l1 - '11-' fri--2-2... L . Baum . .-5 'wax ,fzgrkjgflf ' g fs,- Q : 1 . 4 'fit :I 2 VE. - 1-. ' . ,. '-' '1 5-5-,,., R' ,..,, ' l'5i4.".x-.:' Jr.-.' " "-'-xiii Q. 1' .' ., 2-I , .- ,355 msn 37:5 'lu-f ,xi 3 3 2. 4 .-1 .,-:egg hge-Zi L ':Lf5':, "L: ',,:i,.L '-Lt '-'.':-FI:-I ., -'f H. . ' my-. ': .5 v . - ' 251415: If 1" E- -' -1,:g.2,q1t:,,.5: f.. ' ' -.tv -,usd F .K sk' . nfl L. A sz -H297 l' - 54.5 13:56 ,r QA. .' :iw "1-. ' . -ag, . 4: --f'5+.fi,- 'E . -:, . ,. F9435- -3Ti.--a':-I'-,.- --f .--. , .- ",Q4'9,,-,,, Theodore Roosevelt peers at us with the same querulous air with which we stare at htm r 4,,,a.,Q.M' KU. Y K , ...,,v, ME, A CJ l,!.nf G A 33 K7 - .9427 - ,429 i 1 5 ,56 E, my 4 JJ' r A 't Q QWJJ BERNARD WENGER g ' H- t 16 Golf Road, Upper Darby " J, Y ' " ls ,V Scientific ' Purple ,sg YQ SCHOOL: Athletic Association 4, A. A. Council 4, 'ffffiw 4 'D 1 Gym Team 2, 3, 4. ' SPORTS: Varsity Wrestling 9, 3. ...h s l l r 2: hw f 52, "li ., Donor:-iv Louise WERNER silk ' 105 South Clifton Avenue, Clifton Heights -11167: ' at 'ig 5-.211 '. : .lf splrgij-A' .eng . ,err a ..-.w--- ,- .... -tcm.-. A lively moment at a hockey game. Watch the shins, gals, and the front teeth! Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4, Debating 2, Honor Roll. CLASS: Dance Committee 3, Play Committee 3. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 4, Choral 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 4. DORIS EMMA WEST ' Q 1209 Morgan Avenue, Drexel Hill . General ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll. CLASS: Dance Committee 3. CLUBS: Commerce 4, Riding 3, 4. O .l,5f,f-f-'J7 99"-9 29 Harwood Drive, Upper Darby Scientific - Purple SCHOOL: Band Letter 4. CLUB: Rifle 9, 3. EDITH MAE WIGGINS 40 South Glenwood Avenue, Aldon Commercial - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 4. CLASS: Candy Committee 4- Mcgazine Committee 2, Party Committee 9, 3, 4, Play ommittee 3, Sticker Committee 4. CLUBS: Choral Q, 3, 4, A Capella Chorus 4, Library 2, 3, 4. l'l'l2l c. Nonwooo WHERRY , Wt? WINIFRED WOODRUFF WILKES 3308 School Lane, Drexel Hill Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Acorn Agent 4, Tribunal Q. 512455: Dance Committee 2, 3, Party Committee Q, CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 2, 3, Historian 4, Choral 2, 3, 4, Historian 4, Le Cercle Francais 4, Rifle 2. WILLIAM HALL WILKINS 138 Hllldale Road, Lansdowne Scientific - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Gym Team 4. CLASS: Play 9, 3, 4, Dance Committee 3, Memorial Day Committee 2. CLUBS: German 3, President 4, Hi-Y 4, Pleiades 2, 3, President 4. BETTY JANE WILKINSON 20 North Woodlawn Avenue, Aldon Commercial - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 4, Choral 9, 3, Commerce 3, Secretary 4, Riding 2, Secretary 3, 4. SPORTS: Hockey Numerals 9. RUTH CAROLINE WILL 4315 Cedar Lane, Drexel Hill General ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Upi- Dah Agent 3. CLASS: Class Play 2, Dance Committee 2- Party Committee 9. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 2, 3, 4, Choral 2 3, 4, Dramus, Chorus 9, 3, Cast 4, Pleiades 2, 3. LAURA EMILY WILLING 669 Feme Avenue, Drexel Hill Academic - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4. CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Dance Committee 9, 3, 4, Party Committee Q, 3, 4, Play Committee 3, Sticker Committee 4. CLUB: Choral 2. T 11131 .- ""'Y"'. "E 'I' ' "'f2??L.f-:f17':' A 1' 1 :.,:-01 ti .ji yi? it-1. 414 , , . . 9: 1, . .. "I l ' .cz-112537 1 LT 'hp '33E'F1l4f:2' . fir' K' "" ...,. . .. , ' 'Ln T52 5 " ' gjii A 'f...:,., , li ' at -it . f I 1 ' .1 fr is ,. is .. 1 Q ,.,., -t .,,,q..: in - M w e ,54', ,z.r '- Fir: if, ' , T ' ., 5 fQ:,-1' I- 5, 1-vt ' 'JT " " .- T:f.f5:'g.,',3 'S gg gi , .Fifi L. . -V f-faf. ' -I in L N 15,5 , . :Rfb-E . , - .,g',r.' . . .. '-' . ,.. -n. -:v.'.l75 - . 5'- Tilt- , , -- "'.L4:-.ff ' .zs - -:-if . ... -:- .. .- - cu:-me Memories-pleasant memories! Approaching the capitol on our Washington trip 'R -Q pr: ,F . is I F' .Q-.ici , ' sg tk ..,- -, 'N' g, v. . 'P I 1 nl' 5' ' F' "Ar -r F.,-M . -1 c gs tr I-I ff 7 '1 r"r N :qt F K, 'L ' -w. -. r.. r tr ,, . -'11 'flux - u Q I If A IL r 1 h sr I . f , . . 'm ,. - I at 1 iff.. ' m ilfs, ' ' 4 "HI :z- -Q Y '11 2 .TT Pi, Si? i i: , . . gov, 53 in 5 it .-- .. ,- 4-.. -L: ugh., - ff, :- .'.Q. ,H m ' .flff - -' sf- i Y N . . b is-1, Swv- '-I N-.'-",. . fit'- i 3 ,514 b . 5.21:--I Q57 '-r Ti?-. v, - 1' ...L E .- -,fi-.'.-.i,."gy 1-hiv ' ifiim-1:5 f . "scam-z The busiest persons at the Convention were the pages. Goodness knows what love notes they delivered MIGNON AMY WILLIAMS 125 Drexel Court Apartments, Drexel HIII Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Acorn Agent 2, 3, 4, Monitor 3. CLASS: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Executive Com- mittee 3, 4, Memorial Day Committee 3, Party Com- mittee 3, 4, Sticker Committee 4. 515185: Choral 2, 3, Le Cercle Francais 3, 4, Pleiades RUTH ELEANOR WILSON 29 Oxford Street, Lansdowne Commercial ' Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Associati CLUB: Commerce 3, 4. VIRGINIA GRACE WILSON 532 Drexel Avenue, Drexel Hill Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, "We Notice in Passing" 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Magazine Com- mittee 2, Party Committee 2, 3, 4, Play Committee 3, 4, Sticker Committee 4. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 2, 3, President 4, Choral 2, 3, President 4, Dramus, Chorus 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 3, 4, Rifle 4. MARTHA LOUISE WINSTEAD 1414 Bywood Avenue, Upper Darby Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll. CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Memorial Day Committee 3, Party Committee 2, 3, 4, Play Committee 3, 4, Sticker Committee 4. CLUBS: Choral 2, History 4, Le Cercle Francais 3, 4- Pleiades 3, 4, Tay-Wistalvan 3, 4. on 2,3 DANIEL M. WISE 637 Mason Avenue, Drexel Hill Scientific - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3, 4. 11141 i 47 Sunshine Road, Upper Darby Sclentlflc - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q 3, 4, Debat- ing 9, Captain 3, 4, Honor Roll, Distinguished Honor Roll, English Prize 2, Monitor 2, 3, Stu- dent Council 3, 4. CLASS: Executive Committee 4, Magazine Com- mittee Q, Memorial Day Committee 2, 3, Play Committee 3, 4. CLUBS: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 4, Tay-Wistalvan Q, 3, President 4. l V, or'1"4 M 6 WMM ?4,2frLff4lfr GLADYS MAE WOERNER 228 Huntley Road, Upper Darby Commercial - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Upi-Dah Stall 2. CLUB: Latin Q. ETHEL WOLF f77Ut,' flllxlfll JAMES HENRY WOLFE 241 Ardmore Avenue, Upper Darby Commercial - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. CLUB: Rille 2. JEAN WOMACK 12 Winfield Avenue, Upper Darby Academic - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, CLASS: Dance Committee 2. 3, CLUBS: Choral Q, 3, Library Q, 3, 4. MILDRED AMY WOODROFFE 460 Bumley Lane, Drexel Hill Music ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 3, 4, Party Committee 4, Sticlcer Committee 4. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 2, 3, 4, Choral Club 9, 3, 4, Dramus, Chorus 3, Vice-President 4, Le Cercle Francais 3, 4. l 'Vi 5 I - -'-. .,,.- --,. ..: ,f . --wr ' 1. -' ,'l5f?Zl:i'5--grlii' " . ' ' '-Z1.'1:'!3-. -'ii ilu - V, : I .w.,,,.::.:L., Z. vt.. ang, A ' "'---3,"7-ffl... 2 . .'. '3 . . ' 'MX tf5f?l:sf-" or fir r 'ftffl E 4:12-Q-A3 fl 3 , .551 :1.V:::L ' , M ' 'it he ef " i' f'1,.,.'1-1 . 1 it . , z ?. ',f.,fg ,. fo ' 'f.....ta-1' 14 A Z1 "'4'If5iE 1:- ft " - . . , ' - ,135 fr., AA' gi . 1. 4,115.1 A- X331 . 1, tu r m- t: . ' ,s.r"" '- tid' 9455?-. "til if . ' -,JL .. izllil' 1' F, f X.. .- ,, . . Y., 2 .. -'.,g-'ggi -'-., . g..'-:fffilf ' '51-.:. " .j Aufgb' 1 : I ...Zigi I .4- "'li',':r5.'r:f-. . .... .. ' Senior assembly in conflicting moods. Our bi-weekly Friday get-together looks more interesting than usual 44 ye Q Q BARBARA OLIVE ANN WOODS 116 Kent Road, Upper Darby Academic - Purple V SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 4, Upi-Dah CLASS Candy Committee 4- Dance Committee 2, 3, 4 Executive Committee Q, Magfazine Committee Q, ,Q 55 Memorial Day Committee 2, Pay Committee 3, 4, Q1-N " Sticker Committee 4. CLUBS A Capella Chorus 3, 4, Choral 9, 3, 4, Dramus Chorus 2, 3, 4, History 4, Table Tennis 2, 4. I h ?. ....,,E,,. ..,. Mm. , 4 Q. "I,-,Q-lift mm gk if l - , -v, not , J: ,W ',, I I -sg.,-sg.. .xi . .4 f , . . Wiatr... ki gf' 1 '. "hx ' r 3 ,,... ff..,s,- - - fu- .-wx-.1 1 '- ' ..e Q- ' "3?f4Qvssfu- F.-EFEUH2? "feng -- .1 -- 'sf .. '-ln' f: T zilifhlflif 91 1551: U 'ivlfll '3 " E iii? if'.Q'.-.- 1 " 1' -2 '-.av-.3 H. , "v '- '41, Agent 4. .. 1 ,,. 'I-' . 'i f,-.h -um.-in ' . . - tg-5, -. 13 1,51 -A . .':..- ' : ., : I- .. wx: .. s ' ,Nr .,.!, .V --'rf yi, A 5 l 'll ' . 3 ,111-b 'sig 529 U. 5. ,g x " ' rv: - . " ' ' 5, . 5, gi! . .. A bsfiii : 91111. 'qi "ff :',1.f,, .-,i , 'ss - - . 1.4 . . D-'Il ' l Q ':. A , gr , 'l zu , I .. 1 it-:.-L' pf 1.-F . --. -nw .- - .4 'J.'- .- -::.W:fP.: 1-3. ':- SL ' - -A :': 'i ' EVA Hops wonn-uNcsroN ' 3400 Huey Avenue, Drexel Hill Commercial - Purple ..l JI .ml SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. V CLASS: Candy Committee 4. fps-M, ., fa' D 'tt-'f c.u'5"D" VIRGIL G. E. WRIGHT 4 South Union Avenue, Lansdowne Music - Purple CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 3, 4, Choral 3, Orchestra 3, 4. The secretaries of the Constitutional Convention in a moment of relaxation ' Chorus 3, Riding 4. I 'I16 I MARGARET E. YOST 355 Avon Road, Upper Darby Commercial - Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 4. CLASS: Party Committee 2, Sticker Committee 4. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 4, Choral 2, 3, Dramus, 4, Dramus, RUTH CAROLYN YERGER 754 Concord Avenue, Drexel Hill Commercial - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 4, A. A. Council 4, Acorn Agent 2, Honor Roll. CLASS: Dance Committee 3, Executive Com- mittee 4, Party Committee 2, 4. CLUB: Choral 2. SPORTS: Hockey Numerals 2, Junior Varsity Hockey 2, Varsity Hockey 3, Captain 4, Var- sity Basketball Q, 3, 4. CLAUDE D. YOUNG 336 Lincoln Avenue, Upper Darby Scientific - Golcl SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4. Q2 ff, ,,f,s,3M,ffM XM- fs- C472 ,L 591.-3' fvnl- 1340-uw-,.,JfC -'Z-LQ,--fvJi,jf' HOWARD W. YOUNG 332 Maple Avenue, Drexel Hill Scientific ' Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4. CLASS: Executive Committee 9. CLUB: Junior lzaak Walton League 4. MARY LAURA YOUNGFLEISH 4205 Rosemont Avenue, Drexel Hill l Commercial ' Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3, 4. CLASS: Dance Committee 3, Party Committee Q, 4. CLUBS: A Capella Chorus 4, Choral 9, 3, 4, Library 3, 4, Stamp 9, Treasurer 3. -. 754, a 'Zup- . "W u A""'5':" ' 'E 'C ' ' 4,-5:19. R , ' 'f 1' '-1 .q -- 7- . ',. , xii,-3 ,if-I .-,A 5:6 :u..':1!.. , y .-gin:-wr.:-y. ' as t 2 53... fi.-,lo E -1.1-:,,'.,.,gy5,. v. '-:L ,5 , 1. 1"ffffi"IlJ--' A 27'l1Z'r-I' ZW' " '- ' ' 2,7 .!:f'.11':L f"1 ' 'qfifl .-j T-EQ: 1' .. ,1,.:sf,,:g 1 . -gf, "1J'-Eifiifzf . fp: Q, " '- Tgifl. e ' 1-s rj: IA. .3...'. ' E255 " y'1i.,i?:SK:E .. X .- 5 +,:f,.f4p -J.-qi. .. --1.':'-'Sh :if ,. '-ri 5 52 ..-.. V 1: 5 5211. HQ' g?J?'- 'lr I-. ,g 5 ., W, if ' .- "' 'tif' -"v. gg: -'- IQF.-. .1 A SETI' 71' 'C -' ': 5' 1' , ' ,H fgfig,-1-1-5, Z.-F 'Il' . .- F lf' ' I. I . f 'l-LQ L! Q-jj b -- "1,:',?i . fiat' .r i.-'L I - ." .3 .- .w 1 t- .. . ,- . .. .,..., . - -eva? ' . .-: 4-,.r,-. , - V,-.. A Susie-1 z- 'stu-M l ..v. ' In ,1 A 1 ffjvml ,sa 7.7.7 W 6,3746 72 ALBERT ZEITZ 7100 Clover Lane, Upper Darby Academic ' Purple SCHOOL: Athletic Association 3. A WILLIAM H. ZEUNER 12 North Fairview Avenue, Upper Darby Scientific - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association Q, 3, 4. SPORTS: Junior Varsity Football 4. l'l'l7l William Gone presides over the affairs of the Mock Constitutional Convention U' 3 , j . -'wi' 5 -' '- ' s f g --t na 4, . X grin .: 'C 7 i IB . . I ' C41 2 - . "" ' T1 FLD- 'an' ' R- JS-:. .,'., jr. .tn -:5xii-,-gf!-.-- 51 r..:x'g'l,lf1' jeg? qij:Z5':'J,r 1 ' 'Ei' q -2 '-'-'f4f': L5'.'.-- X f ,Q ' 1 A vi-ir. , ,sri '. ....,-, .-5 . - .5 25.-5 :V 'L-.. 'N.-f.. 'ui R' . E ,. Egfr Z' ' .5331 1- l 55+ Sli? W i: 'if . - , - '-gn' 5 t. Q: .- ' 4:-I.-. .u m inf, r 1 x 1 . -2.4 . . -- t ,.---',-,lj P-Q 4 -I A. 1,' I . 5912- ' A . ' . gg '.4 , vu.. --I b , 5 R . '--.- . .. ' .1'I:'.' jg. .: - ., f. .7 - rf ' 5 A' L 'GZ'-I.. - -an-gl . .i . ., 'r -. r 1 fat J-'i'. , :-1-51 E15354, ff-fs . " ,r:.s.. 'i-:Evra-4 Showing some of our awe-struck seniors ascending the steps of the Supreme Court Building FLORENCE MAY ZIMMERMAN 26 Oxford Street, Lansdowne Commercial - Purple PHYLLIS GEST ZORN 3845 Albemarle Avenue, Drexel Hill General - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 9, 3, 45 Acorn Agent 3, Honor Roll. , CLUB: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4. SPORTS: Basketball Numerals 9, Captain 3, 4, Varsity Swimming 3, Tennis Numerals 3. KATHLEEN HELEN NORMAN Minerva Court Apartment, 202 D, Upper Darby General - Gold SCHOOL: Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. CLASS: Candy Committee 4, Party Committee 4, Sticker Committee 4. CLUBS: Choral 3, Le Cercle Francais 4, Rifle 9, Tay- Wistalvan 3, 4. SPORTS: Varsity Basketball, Manager 4. I 118 I ANNA FRANCIS Anna's pleasure was in doing what she could for others, her tasks were her ioys and cheerfully she performed them. "She did what she could" well lingers in the hearts of us who lcnew her and loved her. N ' o or 96' 0 l'l'l9l VIOLET HILL We who lcnew Violet shall ever remember her ready smile, the bit of sunshine she added to each day. A cheery greeting, a thoughtful word to all -and suddenly she left us, leaving only a ray of sunshine that shall ever beam in the hearts of those who were privileged to lcnow her. : .W an .. "WWW -a x ff , ' , W Q 1. V' ZA H' I S Q . ll P isqd- ff- . I """ 1 v . 1 if , f hp ' V 1 f Pi ' f. , m. iw-'15 "N in '-.www -.A ,Maj . XCTL' " . ' . ,QW . f 'K . 4' 5 Q , m Ax vw 9 r-' 4 ' , . - ff Z.. ,mn A -if - . X W' is-A4 M F' GE . lv - I ' "' Q: K Elm A50 , , 2:,L' N S 4 1 Q I J 'gm 'S A' ' K Q' 3 j 'yi I xx , N ' ff Xa . ' :L A ' x imma? ' . 5 -.M , 1 fx X 4 , ,- . . . , . I h 4 5 S 'E . M P' " wifi f Y F941 5, is :. 1 ,v QT 'f",Q41s, L f ' Wig"-'-X 1, . 4 t x I .wp W , . , N ga -fn. U 1 V . Happy studenfs??? 9 SENIOR S NAPS Le! her lust have 40 winks, Mr. Grimmef. - Gee, o WPA train! M ' lurk K ,..,. Tl'1e.GoIds did it-again-again and again. is He must be from Missouri. C' 1 , - "The dawn comes up Iikeihunder, andwehave another of Jack's quips. How can he smile? li's Mr. Shull's solid class. X Q if' nv "Xmas comes buf once a year" and you know the rest. Hof? I 191 I IH UI Whcifs new in the news? Hardest Workers WHO'S W H 0 Walter Potts, Clare Smith Cutest Couple Jim Bradin, Betty Butcher Best Sports Bernie Schreiber Lillian McCallister Most Dignified Jean Price, Virginia Kennedy Most Bashful Paul Mehring, June Steele Most Popular Jim Schellenger, Betty Hannan l'l22l llQ3l Best Looking Jack Townsend, Ruth Free WHO'S W H O Best Dressed Warren Dempsey, Alice Drew Wittuest Jack Cornell Mae l-lelfriclc Biggest Flirts Bill Richards, Ruth O Brien Best Dancers Chester Irons, Dolly Lou Miller Peppiest Gori Crestci, Lillian Hunter Czijlle Cjc!ro!arsl:f,b Cwacfue The class of 1933 as its parting gift presented the school with the Scholarship ancl Service Plaques. These are located in the main entrance to the school. The Plaques provide plates on which each class from 1933 to 1950 will enroll the names oi its outstanding students, six in scholarship and six in service. The Scholarship Awards are made to those six students oi the graduating class having the highest scholastic averages lor the three years in Upper Darby Senior l-ligh School. The names ol these six students are engraved in the Scholarship Plaque. Robert Dodge June Kompass Ethel Wolf l 194 l X . 'Hawk-in Suzanne Sanney James A. Clarke Clare Smith Czilre Cirvfce Cwacfue The purpose ofthe Service Plaque is to give recog- nition to the six members, three girls and three boys, of each graduating class from 1933 to 1950, whom the class considers to have been most loyal and to have given the greatest service to the class and to the school. Any member of the graduating class is eligible for the award, the vvinners being selected by preferential ballot. Students are nominated for their service and activity in sports, publications, music, dramotics, student government, and other school activities. The names of the six students chosen are engraved in the Service Plaque. ,,.-.f James Schellenger Y Al Price Betty Hannon V195 I Betty Butcher Douglas Collins Clare Smith WASHINGTON S NAPS E 13 -H-Q A lk X R l'lS26l aSLiHgfOn anJQVingS PRlL the 8th, Philadelphia stations-be pre- paredl There are no first arrivals. A mammoth group suddenly materializes from suspiciously near the "L", chief among which is Kathleen Norman who constantly primps in case ofa photographer. 8:28 finds the worst part of Upper Darby sneer- ing shamelessly at all the other people on the platform who are going to such hackneyed places as New York, Trenton, and South Philly. Then in comes a smart looking creation along the line of trains, which we promptly claim as our own by screaming and making one royal dash for the inside. Now comes the big parade. The idea is to walk from car to car, and see your friends who are camping there. This turns out to be a flop because no one is seated. There are several cries of "Washington" at various intervals so that when we actually arrive everyone stays sitting in a slight huff. However, we are easily coaxed off by the prospect of lunch. A group headed by Doug Collins insists on toasting every passing waiter with soup. They can hardly be restrained from smashing the cups in true Russian style. A parting of the ways comes with A and B tours. P. O. D. is unhappily recalled in our visit to the Supreme Court Building. Dick Curtis awakens the Nine Old Men with his squeaky shoes. Now the Capitol with a trifle too many stairs and a royal rough-house of Representatives. The echo in the statue room is obviously done with mirrors, or so thinks Myrtle Hoffman. Any number of museums pop up and George Hay is lost in the mix-up. Off to a general view of Washington accom- panied by many very bad wisecracks. We reach St. Albans Cathedral at the same time as Tour B and a light patter of rain. An overpowering beauty of the massive structure effects a stillness over the party. Qnward, ever onward, to the Zoo. We are ex- tremely sorry that the rain prevents us from allowing Townsend to visit his relatives there. And back to 1271 the much longed for Cairo. Eight flights up for the girls, high-heels and all. Our witty master-of-ceremonies, ,lack Cornell, starts off the floorshow, which is climaxed by the Charwomen's Ballet and a shower of pennies. Dancing, and then the long awaited midnite fun. Unbelievable amounts of food are consumed and a vast number of beds are upset by Alice Mitchell, the avid bed-turner-overer. Practically everyone iust decides to turn in as thetelephone rings to get us up. Breakfast is a straggled affair carried on in whispers. We all clamor to enter the Building of Printing and Engraving in hopes that a stray bill may blow our way. We exit disillusioned. The Washington Monument is shaped like Mr. Wallick and has enough stairs to make you want to ride. The White House and Pan-American building are taken in their stride along with a dash of art and science. Lunch, at last. A long trek to Mount Vernon and a great deal of posing. At Arlington comes a downpour which fails to destroy the impressiveness of our memorial service. Dinner, mad, last-minute rush, and a final re- luctant farewell to Washington. Mr. Diehl's car is full of evil smelling cigars, cut-ups playing cane hockey with passing felts and very sleepy travelers. The air grows definitely familiar and our wandering class returns. Rides are solicited and Judy Jackson drives home a roadster containing nine at an understatement. We all feel terribly proud of our acquired knowledge. Though we may not be exactly qualified to act as a guide for other groping strangers who come to Washington, we can certainly vouch for the grand time to be had. ln fact we can show scars, in the way of darkly-circled eyes and run-down heels, to prove it. The Washington trip is physically ended, but a good many hearts will hold its memory to be taken out at intervals and retained. Beiiil Beny Lillian Hunter Buichei Mary Jane Kehl Jean McDonnell Peggy Dame is ,V- Befty Hannan, May Alice Drew Laura Willing Ruth Kennedy Lillian MCCQII iSf9r . ru, 9Or9f Loon-'es' T Ger!fud6 l 198 i Ko: Ruih Hee du an 2 MAYDAY SNAPS 1991 HU1!?!.!!HI,F'? f QQU 151-fl-ffhha if mi! ',4 iii ogr png DJ1'-Dj Hillwg oosgflcinf ju! jtlrgm-rg-J X-I S M4152 13 lifiaif 1'jjjWjFiWiij r 55119-HILPJEJ H4 Panfsethe chorus keep ng runginq loud her pr?5cs Tzu 5 bil A . E wifigfijg iimig 'Li'.Mi..i ,,5.i-J, ,,1i,,.Q',,a.,EOTE,eE..e',,3.. XJ Q 3 ici T4 1? ifgiiii rx 5 is ADVISERS Mr. John Diehl, Miss Agnes I-Iagenbuch JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS CLeft to rightj it . ,- Q4 P 'dj , twigs.: v v-iw , 1 4. Joseph Ambrogi, President Ruth Keller, Secretary Joseph Cranston, Vice-President Thomas Bond, Treasurer HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF '38 Alter a successful Sophomore year, the Juniors returned to school Filled with their usual pep and enthusiasm. They very ably handled their First enterprise, the Victory Dance, then turned the Junior Play, a Iew months later, into a long-remembered event. Soon came the Saint Patriclcs Dance, and following upon its heels, Baby Day, when over half the class iroliclced in the gym in inlant attire. QI course, at intervals came the annual aliairs which weren't entirely new, such as Gym Night, Mid-Years, and May Day. Then alter the rewards in the I-Ionors Assembly, they entered upon the last event ol the year, the Junior- Senior reception, Too soon came the close oi school, but this aspiring class has much to loolc lorward to in its Senior year. HOME ROOM 5 rst o s tting: Johnson, Paxson, Esler, McCullough, Morris, Penton, Parkin, O'Brien, Fogarty, Nespoli, Heilman. Second ow Jones, I-Iarmey, Galligan, Walters, Hall, Miss Jones, Ferguson, Schwartz, Pierce, Shute, Suenson. Th rd o S bley, Story, Norris, Henderson, I-lays, Iredale, Pritchard, Pine, Keller, Woods, Frankenfield, l13Ql HOMEROOM21 First row-sitting: Wylie, Sweeney, Hurey, Wismore, Olsen, Crawford, Stuart, Myers, Canessa. Second row: Buomo, Laver, Bo er Done Y 1 n' l'0Uef, Moyer, Mr. Brooke, Howarth, Allen Stetser, Kauttman, Rayner. Third row: Fellows, Hilles, Haele, Odeen, Nattress, Burris, Nunally, Starr, Tilden, MQX- well, Schubert, Kerner. HOMEROOM103 First row-sitting: Hutt, Peters, Scanzaroli, Alberti, Sheridan, Hardcastle, Kaysen, Kernan, Wolinslcy, Sheppard. Second row: Kraemer, Houghton, Sunner, Petragnani, Giulio, Mr. Buclcwalter, Morrow, Berger, Harding, Patterson, Barry, Correale. Third row: Beaumont, Ferguson, Zebrowslci, Butler, McBride, Willis, Dubins, Stouch, Meluney, Pepper, Oalces. MBI HOMEROOM14 First row-sitting: Rein, Cassady, Cuzzubo, Anschuetz, Dick, Himmelsbach, Burk, Leder- handler, Mulvaney. Second row: Wahl, Turner, Ferguson, Naylor, Steinman, Taylor, Mrs. Abrams, Schultz, Emich, Harrison, Walter, Cowan, Koch. Third row: Reyhurn, Coulter, Bray, Cox, Krusen, Sellers, Klein, McCausland, Bernard, Kowal, Amadio. wr HOMEROOM25 First row-sitting: John, Owen, Junlcin, Cart- ledge, Auve, Miller, Hubbert, Hackett, Felger Belyea, Zimmermann, Bugbee, Taggart. Second row: Ogden, Allen, Cross, Bond Schroeder, McAlea, Mr. Thomas, Evans, Duftl Spencer, Mills, Serchia, Wright. Third row: Thomas, Paul, Broughton, Embree, Fromtling, Brady, McGann, Barrett, Schneider, Tillson, I HOME ROOM 120 First row-sitting: Landis, Uhl, Evans, Murphey, Baringer, Bergeman, Davis, Gillian, Miller Willis, Bonelcat. Second row: Anderson, Canfield, Nurnberg Chamberlain, Poulterer, Mr. Shull, Johnstone, Prince, Jarrard, Yeager, Evans, Rodda, Nissen Third row: Stover, Ullrich, Cuthbertson, Bolton Grahm, Haim, Parris, Kelly, Frost, Wall, Wat- son, , HOME ROOM 125 First row-sitting: Harvey, Reynolds, War- burton, Mclntyre, Adams, Grotz, Carpenter, Keller, Guinn, Searles. Second row: McConnell, Etters, Guick, Mr. Diehl, Green, Ernst, Marshall, Gordon, Wal- lick, Larsen, Sykes, Maher, Pearo, Tomalino. Third row: Thompson, Ridge, Henderson, McAl- lister, Jaus, Nagel, Gow, Ewell, Abbott, Ambrogi, Foltz, Lewis, Weeks. HOME ROOM 123 First row-sitting: Buckley, Wischan, Mahoney, Carter, l-lull, lvers, Wallick, lde, Lynch, Huggins Second row: Gough, Wright, Thomas, Russell Brinker, Briskey, Gruel, Miss Bock, Lotta, Card Hannold, Porter, Hall, Brady. Third row: Jaegle, Weng, Saunders, Gewiss Spangler,Seidenburg,Rhodes,Yeager,Gaskill Stewart, Agnew, Gabrielsen, Wood, Mann HOME ROOM 128 First row-sitting: Moore, Loundas, Bruee, Haskins, Glah, Voigtsbert, Stover, Gove, Enderle, Feinberg, Keller. Second row: Heald, Lister, Baylson, Macphee, Mr. Minacci, Groslcin, Cranston, White, Vanella. Third row: Tope, Soiter, McCaw, Veit, Weston, Brem. I I I I l134l HOME ROOM 203 First row-sitting: Boyle, Brook, Bernardino, Layden, Thomas, l-laslcins, Williams, Smith, Zimmerman. Second row: Windle, Wisniewslci, Gibbs, Gootee, Willis, Brown, Pogue, Lambirth. Third row: Kmeco, Sharpe, Weston, Berman, Stine, Warmuth, McSeveney, Murphy, Colbert, Sullivan, l-lugler. HOME ROOM 208 First row-sitting: Bernard, Barton, Wister, Flory, Galbraith, Brogan, Freas, l-lurd, Parkhill Second row: Langhead, Chalfant, Anfinsen Mellom, Aasberg, Mr. l-larer, Oberholtzer, Eastburn, l-lecleman, Wilbur, Saylor. Third row: MacFadden, Gibson, Forstadt Glickert, Randolph, Bowman, Rutherford, Meislcy, Mooney. l'l35l HOME ROOM 129 First row-sitting: Elliott, Zecca, Talley, Murzyn, l-levner, Brown, Kuhn, Pollenberger, Yound, Gow. Second row: McCahan, Casalan, Griffiths, Ful- ton, Mr. lrons, Crowell, Edmondson, Maguire, Clara. Third row: Myers, Cucknell, Able, Johnson, Layne, Hunter, Gifford, Guyant, l-lartzell. HOME ROOM 205 First rowAsitting: Sandler, Beyer, Johnson Zimmerman, Manbeclc, Piclcell, Friedman, Conahan, Hamilton, McConaghy. Second row: Burrichter, O'l-lalloran, Cunney Stubaus, Miss Kerr, Sinclair, Bram, Topham Petchell, Foley. Third row: Zimmerman, Gerber, McCallister, Seiwert, Green, Pittman, Lord, Petry, Platus 38 I I HOME ROOM 220 First row-sitting: Nelson, Sparks, Jarrard Bansbach, glohanns, Miss Steele, Gabler, Brug geman, Siddons, Ent, Leaming. Second row: Benson, Dougherty, Nickell La Brasca, Keeler, Hallman, Hokanson, Wil- son, Moore, Gutcheus, Donolrio, Clark, Loser Third row: Hulick, Lombardo, Walter, Wagner, Alessi, Diggory, Quigley, Newman, Bass, Enders, Copeland, Cairns. 'J HOME ROOM 221 First row-sitting: Hawksby, Catob, Brown, Mahoney, Allen, Henszey, Meyer, Hess, Searle, Craig, Appleby. Second row: Blair, Reasor, Faulkner, Kerns, Leonard, Miss Ardis, Penman, Dully, Shaw, Schmidt, Stevenson, Neimeyer. Third row: Turner, Todd, Parkhill, Mullin, Fey Andes, J059Dl1, Tiflow, O'Connor, Esterline, Barringer, Weber, McCallister. I HOME ROOM 226 First row-rsitting: Kirkpatrick, Peterson, Leary, Baldwin, Harlan, Connelly, Schaltner, Wright, joyce, Tye, Housel. Second row: Rosenwold, Dunman, Nelson Bricker, Borrelli, Guyant, Mr. Morris, Baker Quinn, Denney, Semple, String, Brooks. Third row: Fetters, Allen, Littleton, Wilkinson Burnley, Lerling, Kulp, Germain, Huebner, Abell, Kremer, Regester, Jamison. HOME ROOM 233 First row-sitting: Rudolph, De Joseph McCrone, Schnedeker, Mrs. Dale, Goodby Hermann, Coffman, Goodbread, O'Deen. Second row: MacDonough, Reese, Schultz Whitney, Miller, Thomas, Zerphing, Greene, Dash, Cunney, Prout, Moss. Third row: Dole, Sullivan, Millolul, Cortelyou Magee, Carter, Bedrossian, Beers, Hathaway, Colmeyer, Sauer H361 Mr. Charles L. Wood A D 137 CMM SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Charles Hathaway .......... Treasurer Robert Wall . . . . President Ruth Royal . . . . . Secretary Joseph Jackson . Vice-President V I S E R S Miss Alice M. Goodman me Glass o 1939 The Class ol 1939, in September, entered the Upper Darby l-ligh School unaware ol the happy times in store for them. The Sophomores stood in awe ol the high and mighty upper- classmen, however, Miss Goodman and Mr. Wood, our class advisers, soon made us leel at home. The Sophomore Reception gave parents and teachers a chance to become acquainted. Following this came the election of class officers, the results being: Robert Wall, President, Joseph slaclcson, Vice-President, Charles l-lathaway, Treasurer, and Ruth Royal, Secretary. Our Sophomore Party was our First social function . . . The St. Valentine Dance will be one ol the most pleasant memories ol our Sophomore year . . . At the "Country Fair," our second party, we all became farmer lads and losses and a rolliclcing time was had by all. The serious unclertalcing ol deciding next year's curricula followed. We are looking forward to a boat trip down the Delaware Riverto close the many happy times the Class of '39 has had as Sophomores. HOMEROOM4 First row-sitting: Casalena, Miller, Angelo Kerney, Royal, Bosch, Schneider, Morrow, Bogden, Johnsen. Second row: Whittingham, Rathfelder, Prescott l-ludson, Dominick, Miss Miller, Galligan Summerell, Gross, Phillips, l-leiman. Third rowfllgeidlerx Culhane, Leathem, l-linkle, Pritham, Wmdk, Nissen. HOMEROOMQO First row-sitting: Llewellyn, Scharr, Wyatt, Evans,Saybolt,Ester,Robinson,Morrison,Blade, Mostardi, Daly. Second row: Adams, Regester, Aronne, Mutt, Eyles, Willis, Mr. Anderson, Korn, Campbell Grardahl, Coggins, Vandergast, Hughes. Third row: Marcus, Johns, Murphy, Kachmarik, Palmer, Whittaker, D'Angelo, Achtermann Cleveland, Clifford. T HOMEROOM11 First row-sitting: Smith, Reoil, Jones, Heyd, l-lorn, Shoemaker, McCarter, McCullough, Yetter, Kemner. Second row: Tubbs, Ryan, Ricketts, Russell Mooneyham, Mr. Wood, Cummings, Gordon Dunn, Smeltzer, Thomas. Third row: Klein, McKay, Butterworth, Clokey Stone, l-lalpin, Mitnick, Burnley, Mooreshead Donnelly, Giannattasio. HOMEROOM24 First row-sitting: Smith, Alexander, l-liscoe Cade, Corriston, Gormag Kompass, Church- ville, Burkhart, Davis. Second row: Dougherty, Schneider, Reed, l-lamilton, Shirtz, Riley, Mr. Cottey, Hoag, Clements, Blaker, Shepley, Welch, Gulick. Third row: Kmeco, Waldron, McKinney, Gun- daker, McDonald, Moore, Bickle, Pitt, Thayer, Manlove. ' I HOMEROOM33 First row-sitting: Dessender, Ashworth Conard, Curoy, Kennedy, Carothers, Porris Stephens, Flickinger, Bradley, Wylie. Second row: Riffert, Bux, Hoy, Kimble, Mr. Stewart, Korfman, Allen, Clayton, MacAdom Third row: Mooneyhom, Wiseman, Downey Timm, McCarthy, Parkinson, Gorman, Wilds. HOMEROOM114 First row'-fsitting: Rudolph, O'l-lara, Magee, Remy, Worthington, l-lexomer, Devir, Simen Nuss, Harrigan, Denney. I Second row: Clinch, Webster, Griffith, Patton Spahmer, Mr. McDonnell, l-lospod, Gawaluch, Kumian, Marley, Burlin. I Third row: McGorey, Linn, Williams, Cleeland Muench, Boyce, Smith, Haworth, Katz, Crockett, Bystrom. IHQI HOMEROOM28 First row-sitting: Dougherty, Ewing, Knox, l-lay, Aroyan, Greenberg, Hoyer, Caton, Fenimore. Second row: Mathias, Culver, Hardy, Wait, Mr. l-loehler, Menseck, l-lobdell, Pirucci, Fagnano. Third row: O'Connor, Morris, Goudie, Miller, DeCicco, Pennman, Naughton, Crockett, McGettigan, Fryer, Rust. HOMEROOM105 First row-sitting: LeGates, Kershaw, Mann, Daougherty, Friel, Lachman, Null, Robinson Hollingsworth, Loman, McCann. Second row: l-lensley, Correnty, Cadmus, Kruhmin, Lee, Miss Goodman, Lewis, Weisel, Duling, l-larner, Gessner. Third row: Wilson, Erickson, Vaules, Edgerly, Bowser, Somers, Mell, Joachim, Reamer, Macgregor, Boise, Britton, Shafer, Sweeney. I HOME ROOM 130 First row-sitting: Theobold, Lawley, Lewis, Meoling, McCallister, Ericlcsen, Hearn, Hueb ner, Gosch. Second row: Moon, Haas, Glazier, New, Bell Fine, Hart, Clilt, Santarlasci, Hubolcy, Rice Williams. Third row: Kelly, Houseman, Deal, Cross Martin, Naye, Kovacilc, Ehlert, Blalce, Busch Famiglietti. HOME ROOM 201 First row-sitting: Stabile, Moeslein, Schlichter Wolfinger, Fischer, Protevi, Bartou, Turner Millard, Petchel. Second row: Ridge, Zingrali' Hanrahan, Wal lace,Meredith,Miss n erg,Searles,Strong, Morell, Scholler, Reid. Third row: Sanders, Wolf, Sentman, Swenson Hamill, Sober, Taylor, Jamison, Pinter. HOME ROOM 132 First row-sitting: Springfield, Dimmick, M Dimmiclc, H. Bertrand, Mayer, Richards, Stewart, Hannold, Crosby, Alberts, Falk. Second row: O'Brien, Scholler, Harrison, McDonough, Gross, Cross, Miss Forcey, Graham, Moore, Syren, Neal, Tomassone Hutchinson. Third row: Pinto, Sheldon, Paul, Daougherty Bien, Jackson, O'Reilly, Beese, Tubbs, Rich: man, Clark. HOME ROOM 206 First row-sitting: Powell, Collinson, Enderle, McGrath, Bach, Goritz, Robinson, Heald Ferris, Humphreys. Second row: Smyrl, Zecca, Smith, Hiscox, Mr Nell, Kerr, Welch, Starling, Nespoli. Third row: Krumboldt, Weisbrod, Neithammer, Chase, Merriman, Teubner, Van Sciver, Dough- erty, Garrabrant, Kleinfelder, Walton. l140l I I 'I4 HOME ROOM 212 First row-sitting: Kirk, Kates, Garrett, Cunney Mr. Strange, Bently, Donahoo, Follette, Mac Mullen. Second row: Costa, O'Neal, Bredin, Llewel lyn, Fisher, Wedeman, Timm, Zimmerman. Third row: Fretz, Bareis, Ward, Purdy, Andrien, Wall, Weber, Pennell, Wilkes. HOME ROOM 216 First row-sitting: Conner, Gough, Simon, Brearley, Nelson, Adams, Dougherty, Gon zalez, Simons, Brown. Second row: McKay, Coulborn, Wright, Smith, Miss Weil, Granger, Ball, Pasker, Conway. Third row: Keegan, Dyke, McCullough, Heller, Schultz, Nocline, Farrell, La Brasco, McFall Dath, Casagrande. 1 l HOME ROOM 209 First row-sitting: Sohner, Birch, Smith, Forst- burg, l-lutton, Mr. Remley, Graham, Spencer, Bullock, l-lowley, Dougherty. Second row: Billings, Siddall, Hathaway, Miller, Baader, Boyle, Kohler, Snow, Beck, Niemeyer, Wheaton. Third row: Oliver, McCord, Buckley, Gilmore, Jenkins, Wells, Graves, Griffin, McKenty Wynn, Schoderer. 45 3-1 HOME ROOM 214 First row-sitting: Fine, l-lowland, May, Ber- ridge, l-lerman, LeMan, l-lecht, Ganzo, Barnett Allen. Second row: Seiver, Rapp, Shannon, Iredale I Miss Sommeriield, Raynor, Cunney, Meaney, Wood. Third row: Cavender, Jackson, Roberts, Wal- ter, Petitgout, Lutz, Votz, Weber, Frazier, Moore, Kirschner. I HOME ROOM 217 First row-sitting: Wiley, Lehdorl'F, Fleisch- mann, Bell, Vanaman, Harris, Gardner, Hoover, Racelc, Wachter, Moran. Second row: Bergemann, Smith, Mercer, Col- lins, Mr. Clugston, Neuman, Kelder, Garrity O'Brien. Third row: Stackhouse, Thomas, Ketler, Roth I Toews, Evans, Potter, Landenberger, Steiger, Lane. HOME ROOM 228 First rowfsitting: MacKenzie, Porter, Bur- leigh, Grindrod, Payne, Ludt, Glendenning, Reinhold, Field, Rodebough, LeVan. Second row: Hargrave, Howarth, Leonard, Gallant, Merrell, Mr. Stermer, Bold, Bierly, Seymour, Marshall, Perna. Third row: Russell, McCormick, Rosborough, Smarlcola, Anderson, Fremont, Hanley, Strah- ley, Wiesinger, Stott, Vogel, Lord. I HOME ROOM 225 First row-sitting: Di Grovanni, Abrams, Curry, Luty, King, Smith, Galvin, Butcher, Jensen Holden. Second row: Crawford, Rich, Shaw, Doran Maddamo, Hawthorne, Mr. Boyd, Cridland Mayness, Blythe, Baryclci, Verner, Griffiths. Third row: D'Alesio, Brown, Healis, Beck Krumboldt, Lucas, Grayboys, Good, Kirk, Mer- cer, Searle, Myles. H421 td Coach Wolfgang Captain Schellenger E I Z J. gf , X .vs " U, , .Q VARSITY FOOTBALL Following the inspiring leadership of their captain, ,lim Schellenger, the Royals' 1936 team surely earned the reputation of the team which wouldn't be beaten. The records show only three victories against six defeats. The fighting and never-dying spirit displayed by Upper Darby's boys can hardly be shown on a scoreboard. They lost their first game of the season to Episcopal with a score of 8-O. The big boys of the Church School proved too much for the unusually light eleven of the Purple and Gold ball-toters, OH to a bad start, the Royals came baclc to their old pace by defeating Radnor, Wilmington and Lansdowne. Talcing to the air by using their ass- thrower, Fmery Loomis, the Upper Darby men completely shattereclj the Garnet and Grey's hopes of retrieving the Old Oalcen Buclcet. ln the following two games the Royalmen were beaten by Norristown's weighty eleven and the fast and shifty baclcfield of Media. ln the few remaining weeks of football there came, in order, victories for Cheltenham, Lower Merion and Haverford, The last two were hard games to lose, but the team put up a good showing and it was only because of a couple of tough brealcs that they lost. The 1936 Royals team carried only four lettermen: Loomis, Owings, Ambrogi, and ,lean Price. Next year's team should be a good one as there are nine members of the '36 team returning for duty next fall. Captain-elect Russ Ferguson made a splendid showing on the grid last full and is sure to bring the team through for a successful season. U. D, SCHEDULE OPP. O . Episcopal . 8 15 . . Radnor . 6 6 . Wilmington . O 12 . Lansdowne O O . Norristown . 34 O . . Media . Q4 6 . Cheltenham . 13 6 . . Lower Merion 13 O . Haverford . 6 1 ,. First row-left to right: Bricker, Cranston, Donohoe, Scheilenger Ccaptainl, W. Brady, Hagy, C. Hathaway. Second row: Mr. Wolfgang Ccoachb, lde, Cartledge, Ambrogi, Moore, Owings, Leary, A. Price, Mr. Grimmet Casst. coacl'O. Third row: Ferguson, Hansell, Loomis, Collins Cmanagerj, Conover, Thompson, Kerns. I 14 , l 3 , FOOTBALL I ii 4 Q", SNAPS mifiaki -125' urns: 1 ittunn - 145 f m M Va N ll 'AA l-X ix T J. V. FOOTBALL First row-left to right: Mills, Newman, Zeuner, Hansel fcaptatnt, McCalllster, Hathaway, Amodlo. U. D. SCHEDULE OPP. Second row: Sullivan Cassistant manaaerl, Benson, Skidmore, Frost, Ehlert, Burlln, McCallister, Cowan, 3 I 5 f 52 Poulterer Casslstant managed. 1 3 . LANSDOWNE . . 0 6 . . MEDIA . . . 11 Third row: Register, Huebner, Klein, Haim, Wagner, Steinman. 0 . . NORRISTOWN . . 18 0 . . CHELTENHAM . . 58 0 , . LOWER MERION . . 7 SOPHOMORE This year's Jay-Vee football season was not one to be fairly measured in terms of victories and defeats, but we are sure that every member of the squad has acquired those requisites to carry on through life: clean sportsmanship, a Fine moral standing, and the friendship of one's fellowmen. This year's club was led by Harry l-lansell, their captain, and Diclc Newman, the mainstay in the backfield. The former was the recipient of the "Charles Mclntyre Award." He is the second person to receive this award. FK 4 .4 IQ s K.. f FOOTBALL u.D. SCHEDULE 1 . CHELTENHAM 12 . . YEADON . o . coLuNGoAus o . . ci-issrzn . 1 . swAnn-:Mons 1 . . Pnosrecr PARK OPP. 6 0 'I 12 14 0 Flrst raw-Cleft to riahtt: Smith, Goudle, Bene, Vaules, Ken jackson, Wall, joe Jacluon, Wynn, Edwards, Houseman, Searles. Second row: Coaches Colley and Brooke, Santarlasci, Pennewell, Hamilton, McGregor, Tuebner, Riley, Strahley, Kllnlelder, Famiaetta, CErlckson, Clements, and Reed, assistant manaaenl. Third row: Myles, Aroyan, Fritz, Mooneyham, Deal, Dyke, O'NleIl, McKinney, Casagrande. The past sophomore football season was composed of six games, three of which were lost and three won. This record is not an enviable record, but when we realize that in many games the team faced an opponent of greater experience and age we may well admire the record, not because of scores but because the sophomore team has played each game fair and square. Obviously the large purpose of sophomore football is not to build up an unbeatable team, but rather to offer a chance for willing sophomores to receive advance training for future varsity service. This season this foremost purpose has been accomplished with greater results than usual. l'I46l VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY SUBURBAN cl-lAMPloNs Perhaps the most surprising athletic team in Upper Darby High School during the 1936-37 season was the Varsity Cross Country team. ' When one examines the schedule of dual meets in which the team participated, a surprisingly poor record is found. The schedule shows that the team won only three out of eight dual meets. ln the First three meets the inexperience of the team took its toll with the result that these meets were lost, although they were keenly contested. Gradually, however, the team did improve and the fighting spirit which prevailed throughout the season began to show its effectiveness. Of the last five meets three were won, two of them, by a perfect low score of 15. The real surprise of this team is illustrated by the results of the Suburban Championships. The team, having lost most of its dual meets, had only a mediocre rating for championship competition. However, fortune smiled upon the Royals and every team which before had caused trouble for them went down to defeat. The five Royals who placed in the Championships were Bond, Huebner, Ouigley, Gow, and Zerfing, fora low score of 53 points. lncidentally, this yearthe Championships were held on the Cobb's Creek Golf Course, a neutral course to all suburban teams. Coach Strange is mainly responsible for this idea and thus far it has proved a good one for Upper Darby. Undoubt- Captain Boyer edly, most of the credit for the final showing of the Royal belongs to Coach Strange for keeping team spirit alive and keeping them in good condition. och SUCPQG ' " VARSITY SCHEDULE-1936 7 . U. D. OPP. if 36 . . . Overbrook . . , 19 33 . . Abington . Q3 35 . Lower Merion . Q0 15 . . Glen-Nor . . 96 36 . Norristown . 19 1 5 . Ridley Park . 86 Q3 . . . West Chester , . . 35 30 ..... Olney ..... 95 Suburban ChampionshipsYFirst place Low Score wins CLeft to rightj Plleiderer Cmanagerl, Boyer Qcaptainj, Gow, Huebner, Bond, Hokanson, Zerfing, Quigley, Kehl Casst. coachb, Strange Ccoachj. VARSITY SNAPS JUNIOR VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY The main purpose of the Junior Varsity is to furnish a nucleus for next season's team. Most of these Jay Vees are sopho- mores and iuniors who will improve from season to season. Cl the present members on the Junior Varsity several of them look most promising and have already produced results. The captain, Robert Hutchinson, is only a sophomore and has shown promise already, Several others-Wahl, Ewing, Burlin, Friclcer, Wilds and Niemeyer, all sophomores and iuniors-are due for Varsity competition in the future should they continue to improve. The Junior Varsity, as did the Varsity, had dual meets of their own with other Jay Vee teams. Although no definite record of these meets was lcept, they fared about as well as the Varsity. They did not run in a championship meet, however. s xr. ' Atl l'xls'siT' VTX' if f M Sitting: Wahl, Ewing, Burlin, Killeen, Hutchinson CcaptainD, Criswell, Tricker, Wilds, Niemeyer. Standing: Purdy Csoph. asst. managerb, Semple, Gallant, Fetters, Cuclcnell, Weston, McCaw, Farrell, Felger, Starling, Ferguson Ciun. asst. managerj, Hamer Csoph. asst. managerb. l'I48 149 .u .... A 1 -L, 'jfznz-,,if+ A SCHEDULE U, D. OPP. 1 . . . Berwyn . . . . 0 0 . West Philodelphlo . . 1 5 . Episcopal . . . 0 1 . . Frankford . . . 2 3 , . Swarthmore . . , 1 1 . . . Haverford , . . 0 1 . Swarthmore College Fresh. . 2 0 .... Berwyn ,... 2 S 0 C C E R 4 . . Abington . . . 1 4 . Swarthmore . . 1 1 . Lower Merlon . . . 0 1 . Haverford . , 0 1 . Lansdowne . . 0 1 . Abington . . ! Under the able tutelage of Mr. Milne and Mr. Minacci the soccer 8 - A : egzf 21112: Q h Q 2 team hammered and plugged its way to a Suburban League Triple- EZ E Championship with Abington. leligh- School, and Berwyn adding nnmsubwbon chamiomhlp Wm' Abhmonund another title to its already distinguished record and keeping up Berwyn the tradition set by former Royal soccer teams. The Purple and Gold boaters had a strong machine but inability to combine cost them many a scoring chance. Despite this fact, no league team defeated Upper Darby twice while two opponents were handed double defeats. At times the team was like an auto- mobile without an engine but as a rule it performed on all cylinders giving a smooth and convincing performance, and clearly showing its superiority over opposing teams. Coach Milne Capfllfn Mink Joe Pizuti and Kenneth Mink, captain, proved most outstand- ing on this year's squad, Pizuti winning many games by his timely goals and Mink doing rugged workin breaking up the determined drives of the enemy. 93"-. Q fry t Q., First row-sitting-left to right: Harris, Pizuti, Davis, Dath, Mink, Wackenhut, Schrader, Bram, Dultey, Boardman, Buono. Second row: Clark CmanagerD, Mr. Milne Ccoachj, Pepper, Truett, Burris, Gifford, Bedrossian, Hoffman, Boyer, Pedro, Zecco, Mr. Minacci Casst. coachD. Third row: Petragnoni, Gorman, Cropper, Wogel, Dubins, Shubert, Taylor, Wiley. VARSITY HOCKEY Capably led by Captain Ruth Yerger, the hoclcey team has had a surprisingly successful year, winning three games, tying four, and losing one, the last game of the season with Upper Merion. The lceen fighting spirit and the splendid cooperation of the team in genenH,chd muchto makethe hockeyseasonsuccexhd. Peg Dougheny,a speedy wing, was particularly outstanding. Strong defense was made pos- sible by l-lelen Walton, goalie, and her two fullbaclcs, Ann de Bordenave and Marion Stovall. Betty Anne Searle, the peppiest on the team, proved an inspiration with her sparkling animation on the field and her rousing cheem Homthe Qdehnes Coach Scott Our mascot, "Scotty," which Miss Scott presented to the team at the close of last year's season, was present at every game, an inspiration for good lucl4. "Scotty's" popularity is overwhelming, for he has gained a foot- hold in each girl's heart. Evidence of good sportsmanship was constantly present, even at field practice. Faithful attendance was the lceynote of daily practices, for without K such, the team could not have had so many successful games. 5 , SCHEDULE U. D. OPP. 2 . Media . 1 Q . . Lansdowne . . O O . . Lower Merion . . - O Q . . Nether Providence . Q 1 . . Haverford . 1 1 . . Swarthmore . 1 Q . . Ridley Park . . O 1 . . Upper Merion . 9 Captain Yerger A xi. i , f + . '21-cf: A , -' . ti .f 'T-fgfttta YC S vARstrv PICTURE Left to right: Schadewald, Manager,Miss Fry, AssistantCoach, MissScott,Coach, Rutherford,Meyer, Stovall, Haney,de Bordenave, Robertson, Searle, Carpenter, Moyer, Walton, Ent, Dougherty, Yerger, Captain. l15Ol JU NIOR VARSITY HOCKEY OPP 0 151l RECORD . . Media . O . Lansdowne , 0 , . Lower Merion . O . Nether Providence 1 . Haverford . O . Swarthmore . 3 . Ridley Park . O . Upper Merion . O 0 Q 1 1 O 3 JUNIOR VARSITY PICTURE Front Row: Prescott, Clements, Hackett, Embree, Himmelsbach, Cross, Conard, Morrell, Gordon lde, Lehndorf. Back Row: Miss Fry, Assistant Coach, Gonzo, Dougherty, McCallister, Nissen, Allen, Howarth Baringer, Merrill, Taylor, Sparks, Burleigh, Freas, Manager. The team that ranlced third in national competition ll T rt t., Captain Pryse RIFLE TEAM Under the able instruction of their coach, Mr. Wood, the Upper Darby 'Rifle Team again enioyed a winning season. Upper Darby's marksmen were victorious in eleven matches, while losing two, one of these by only a single point, 495-494. The success of the team was helped immeasurably by the method- ical elticiency of their manager, Ernest Tyler, and the excellent shooting and Fine cooperation of Captain Jane Pryse. Although this is the First time a girl has been honored with the captaincy, Captain Pryse proved she well merited the honor. A new range record has been set of 499 out of a possible 500. This was in the competition for the National Championship, in which the team placed 3rd with a total score of 994 x 1000, and Qnd in their class. Although half the team was composed of seniors, Coach Wood has a Fine nucleus of iuniors and sophomores around which to build next year's team. SCHEDULE U. D. OPP. 4 x 2, 3191, 'fe 493 . . . Norwood H. S. 489 468 . . . Upper Merion 420' 487 . . Central H. S., N. Y. 493 489 .... Alumni . 479' 479 . Crosby H, S., Conn. 471 COOCl'l Wood 489 . . Central H. S., Minn. 482 490 . . . Upper Merion 465 ' 492 . . Lewis 8: Clark, Wash. . . 487 497 . . . South H. S., Ohio 492 F 491 . . Mt. Joy H. S. 479' 492 - . Manheim H. S, 488' 494 . . . Munhall H. S. 495 495 .... Hill School . 490' 'Indicates shoulder-to-shoulder match. First row: Mr. Wood Ccoochl, Chase, Pryse Ccaptainj, Sanney, Sibley, Weigelt, Tyler. Second row: Stanton, Emiclc, Wait, Dodge. H521 W REST L I N G QSUBURBAN CHAMPIONSIJ Again this year, one of Upper Darby's most successful teams, brought another championship to their splendid record. It is easily seen, merely by glancing at the schedule and scores of the meets, that Upper Darby's powerful team had no trouble in any dual meet, except in the meet with Cheltenham. That one found the Royals behind with four matches to go, however, with a determined spurt, Upper Darby again conquered to the tune of 19414. Our wrestling team won the suburban title, placed second in the district meet and gained two individual titles. One to Tom lde, undefeated this year in the 165-lb. class, and the other to the Royal captain, Bernie Wenger in the 135-lb. class. The perennial success of the team is due in large measure to Upper Darby's coach-"Bill" Geyer. Quoting from Ken Hay of the Morning Inquirer-"although not an experienced wrestling man, he imparted what lcnowledge he had gained from hard worlc and diligence to the boys, and gaining their confidence through the medium of an engaging personality. Geyer lceeps a proper balance between worlc and fun. l-le has succeeded to such an extent, that his men have garnered two titles in the Suburban League and finished runner up a third time." With an excellent coach, good team, and cm little luclc, the team will have another successful season next year. SCHEDULE C h G SOC ever U. D. Team Opp. HW ,V I 37lf2 . . Radnor , . 'llfz Q Q8 , Upper Merton , . 9 Copmin Wenger QBVZ . . Haverford . . . 4V2 19 . . Cheltenham . . . 14 25 . Lonsdale . . 8 Q7lf2 . Abington . . 7lf2 A Q5 . . . Lower Merion . , . 8 r i Won suburban title, placed second in district meet, two district individual championships-Wenger C135 lbs.D, lde C165 lbs.D, in Middle Atlantic States Championships Wenger placed second in his pound class, and lde third in his pound class. First row-Csittingjz MacAdam, Boyer, Horpel, Wenger Ccciptcinb, Ferguson, Stevenson, Riffert. Second row: String Cmanagerj, Kcehne, lde, Hansell, Tricker, Brody, Mr. Geyer Ccoachl. 1531 VARSITY BASKETBALL Upper Darby's 1936-37 baslcetball team finished in its customary position of runner-up to Lower Merion by winning eight league games and losing six. Those of the Varsity who received their letters were Townsend, Schreiber, Bradin, Cain, Leary, Hagy, Thomas, Joachim, Morlino, Gartland, and Owen Clvlgrj. The Royals opened their league campaign with a thrilling Q3-17 victory over Lower Merion at the Palestra. The next game saw a complete reversal of form resulting in a defeat at the hands of Cheltenham. The next four games, however, were wins which included Haverford, Norristown, Lansdowne, and Abington. The Upper Darby boys dropped the next three games to Radnor, Lower Merion, Cheltenham. ln the last five league games the Royals defeated Haverford, Lansdowne, and Abington but lost to Norris- town and Radnor. ln addition to the league games played, Upper Darby defeated Collingdale, Chester, Wilmington and lost to Episcopal in non-league affairs. ln the Kiwanis Tournament Upper Darby won from Marple-Newtown,Collingdale,and Clifton Heights CSuburban 4 Championsb but lost a heart-brealcing extra-period game to Chester in the finals for the championship. ln recognition of his brilliant ploy in the Kiwanis Tournament, John Thomas, big Upper Darby center, was selected as first team center on the All-Kiwanis Team. SCHEDULE U. D. Opponent 31 . . Collingdale . . . 14 19 . . Episcopal . . 90 93 . . Lower Merion' . . 17 19 . . Cheltenham' . . 30 29 , . Haverford' . . 13 Q6 . , Norristown' . 18 17 . . Lansdowne' . 13 29 . Abington' . 16 15 . . Radnor' . . 18 29 . . . Chester . . . 17 17 . . Wilmington . . 16 10 . . Lower Merion' . . 98 16 . . Cheltenham' . . 96 1 7 . . Haverford " . . 1 1 Q0 . . Norristown' . . Q2 94 . . Lansdowne' . . 16 90 . . . Radnor". . . 99 99 . . Abington' . . 11 Kiwanis Tournament Q5 . . Marple-Newtown . . QQ Q9 . . Collingdale . . . 14 30 . . . Clifton Heights . . . 15 96 .... Chesterl .... 30 'League Games TExtra Period Game Won 14 Lost 8 Coach Goas Captain Schreiber AJS' VARSITY BASKETBALL Standing: Mr. Grimmett CAsst. Coachb, Thomas, Joachim, Owen CMgr.J, Morlino, Gartland, Mr. Goas CCoachD. Sitting: Bradin, Cain, Townsend, Schreiber CCapt.D, Leary, Hagy, Penman. l154l SCHEDULE Collingdale Episcopal . Lower Merion Cheltenham Haverford . Norristown . Lansdowne Abington . Radnor . Chester. . Wilmin ton . Lowergltfierion Cheltenham Haverford . Norristown . Lansdowne Radnor. . Abington . Won-10 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL Lost-8 OPP. 29 1 1 93 13 24 1 1 5 1 7 10 30 30 19 13 23 11 16 91 18 Standing: Mr Grlmmatt fasslatant coach! Bien, Brlclxu, Grnno, Whlto llnanagofl, Spencer, Wall, Hathaway, Ml. Goal Ccoachl. Slttlna Wynn Haalls jackson J Ambroal Manlman, jackson, K., Cranston, Ward. M'-'T Coach Fry Captain Stovall ,wx - I VARSITY GIRLS' BASKETBALL U. D. GAMES OPP. 17 Haverford ..,,. . 36 97 Upper Merion .,.. . QQ 43 Swarthmore . . 17 Q6 Radnor . . . . 98 19 Lower Merion . . 18 27 Media .,.,. . Q3 S25 Ridley Park .... . 18 41 Banks Business College . . 5 34 Lansdowne ......,..... 98 The girls of the varsity baslcetball team, under the able captainship of Marion Stovall, ended a successful season by winning seven of nine well-fought games. "Stovie," the captain, was high scorer and the outstanding player of the season. The runner-up for this honor was Aurian Null, the only sophomore to malce the varsity squad. Both Helen Walton and Kitty Leaming are to be congratulated for the outstanding coop- eration they gave "Stovie." The guards, Ruth Yerger, Clara Taylor, and Virginia Ent, also deserve praise for the Fight they showed in every game. And, last but not least, the managers. Every bit of praise is to be extended to Kathleen Norman, who, with her tireless eltort, managed all the affairs of the team. Although everyone loolced forward to the Lower Merion game, the consensus of opinion among the players this year, was that the Swarthmore game was the most outstanding. This was true because of the clean playing, good sportsmanship, and the friendly atmosphere. Miss Fry is much encouraged by the prospects for next yeor's team, and wishes it a successful season under the captain-elect, Betty Anne Searles. First row-left to right: Taylor, Searles, Dougherty, Yerger, Stovall Ccaptainl, Ent, Leaming, Null, Walton. Second row-left to right: Wollick Cmanagerj, Rutherford, Miss Fry Ccoachb. I156l .-r-'few - "?iff'T -. '," .w3 or 9 c!'S:s:'eg.r . Q is M, swf? if .if'Vf' E9 vm sl , .fy . , . . . -fri U i 1 r t lg 7 4. If ll ffs? s v 31 A ' A X'-145,51 :. f 'fri I , . - r is f sf 2 .X 3. , X gf- f lf me 'X 1' " mx EY? ' . ' I -7 ie' 5:1 ' il? l157l ,ee JUNIOR vARsiTY BASKETBALL ' SCHEDULE opp. ,W . . iw ,, 11 . . . Haverford . . 22 41 . . Upper Merion . 95 14 . Swarthmore . 18 47 . . Radnor . . 19 94 . . Lower Merion , 9 Q8 . . Media . . 12 37 . . Ridley Park . , 5 17 . . . Lansdowne . . . 12 Under the leadership of Renee Conard, the girls of the iunior varsity team climaxed the season with a commendable record. Playing eight games, the team brought home laurels for six. Along with the varsity players, they learned the new two-division style of basketball. There is scarcely a player who does not think the Few system a vast improvement on the old one, as it makes the game much aster. ' First row-left to right: Nissen, Loclceman, Magee, Howarth, Conard Ccaptainj, Iredale, Galligan, Wigmores, Springfield. Second row--left to right: Leatham Cmanagerj, Ganzo, Morrell, Evans, Voightsburg, Dougherty, Miss Fry Ccoachj. BOYS' SWIMMING There were two new school records established this year. ,laclc Maher set a new record ol 1214.0 for the 100-yard baclcstrolce, while the18O-yard medley relay team, composed of Jaclc Maher, Jim Jamison, and Walt Lang, lowered the record from Q:15.0 to 521021. It is interesting to note that this entire medley team will return next year. SEASON RECORD U. D. OPP. 46 . . . Catholic . . . 26 51 , . Eddystone . . Q4 49 , . Eddystone . . 26 46 . , . Haverford . . Q9 Coach H8009 Q Q9 . , . Girard College . . . 46 39 . , Norristown . . 36 SO . . . Radnor . . . 25 Q5 . . Coatesville . . 50 , 41 . . . Abington . . . 34 ' 48 . . Valley Forge M. A. . . 17 424 310 4 'Mtmyw Captain Price Bottom Row: Bush, Tilden, Neithammer, Klienfelder, Boyer, Jamison. Top Row: Mr. Herzog CCoachD, Savin CManagerJ, de Bordenave, Toy, Bolton, Durning, Schultz, Price CCaptainD, McCormack, Donofrio, Lang, Maher, Green, Rowland. t-5 tk' -E i -"'tm,,L. NZ W-an l158l ch Scott GIRLS' SWIMMING With three varsity letter girls remaining, Captain Mccallister, Peggy Moyer, Ruth Free, Coach Scott started preparation for taclcling her swimming schedule. The high scorer of this year was Lillian Mccallister. The two divers of this year's team were Helen Johns and Doris Mccallister, both sophomores. The mermaids won three meets and lost three meets. The girls were disappointed at losing their last meet to their great rival, Haverford. A new trophy was available this year and the girls were sorry that its home would be Haverford for a year. From Edie l2iley's hands goes the iob of manager to Jane Schneider. We wish Miss Scott loads of success for next year's team and may she turn out an undefeated championship teaml U. D. SCHEDULE OPP. 31 , Norristown . . 44 44 . Radnor . . . 31 24 . Abington . . 51 49M . , Coatesville . . 9595 40 . . Cheltenham . . 35 Q9 . . Haverford . . 46 Seated-left to right: Rosser, Merrill, Johns, Carpenter, Moyer, Galbraith, New man, Greenfield, Riece, Willing, Free. Standing: Miss Scott Ccoachl, Schneider Casst. manaaerb, Riley Cmanagerb, Rhodes, Valler, Haney, Jamison, McCallister, D. McCallisterg L. Robinson Ccaptainj, Gruel, ' de Bordenave. Coplom MCCallist9r GOLF TEAM 'I936 Sitting-left to right: lde, Phillips, Mur- ray, Uphouse, Gonzalez, Young, C. Cassidy, Abbot, McAllister. Standing: Lister, Niclcell, Santmyers, Miller, Mr. McDonnell Ccoachj, Moore T. Cassidy, Jones, Edmundson. l BOYS' TENNIS, 1936 U. D. Opp. U. D. 3 . EpiscopalAcademy . 3 1 . W . . PennCharter . . 4 W , . . Yeadon . , . O 8 1 O ' . Upper Darbyjunior High . 4 . . . 'Abington . . , 1 ' 5 . . 'Cheltenham . . O 4 - 4 . 'Coatesville . . 1 O . 6 , . . Haverford , . . O 1 3 . . 'Norristown . . Q 9 5 3 . Haverford Collegej. V. . 4 . . . 'Berwyn , . . 9 1 ' 9 . . 'Lansdowne . . 3 4 ' 1 . . 'Lower Merion . . 4 1 . 4. ."Radnor. . .1 3 26 , . League Total . , 1 4 6 ' " League Matches. 4 - W-Matches won, score unknown. 4 . - --Q., 4 . GIRLS' TENNIS, 1936 . Friends Select . Peirce Business College . . Abington . . . . Cheltenham . . , . Coatesville . . . Westtown Friends . . , Norristown . . . Berwyn . . . . Lansdowne , . Peirce Business College Lower Merion . . . Radnor . . , Lansdale , . Lansdale . . . Ridley Park . Opp. 4 3 5 5 1 5 4 3 4 O 4 2 1 3 1 U.D 9 8 V2 7 3 14 1 0Vz 6 'I Olfg 'l OV1 GOLF 1936 SCHEDULE Opp. 6 . Berwyn . Lower Merion . Abington Haverford Sharon Hill . Berwyn . Lower Merion Abington Haverford 23 . Upper Merion 6Vz 8 1 2 1 4Vz 9 4Vz 4Vz ,92 3rd: Philadelphia and Suburban Inter-scholastics Suburban League Champions for 1936. GIRLS' TENNIS 1936 Sitting--left to right: Heflin, Briley, Bortz Ccaptainl, Wieder, Myers. Standing: Scheetz Cassistant managed, Leaming, Levin, Heppe, Zorn, Carpenter, Mcllvaine Cmancgerj. OYS' TENNIS T936 Sitting-left to right: MacAdam, Walter, Schreiber Ccaptainj, Owen. Standing: Robinson, Willis Cmanagerb, Holcanson, Mr. Stevens Ccoachb, Wilkinson, Davis, Burton. s-Mfg l160l BASEBALL 1936 Sitting-left to right: Loneraan, Sweeney, Dyke, Molsberger, Gaskill, Tracy, Phlllips, Lonanas, Loomis, Owings, Holden. Second row: Mr. Minacci fAsst. Coachl, Thompson, Liungquist, Cranston, John Korfman, Amadio, Uditslry, Bradin, Taylor, Theurer CMar.J, Mr. Goos tCoachJ. Back row: Harris, Richards, Cairn, Baxter, Germain. 161 TRACK TEANl 1936 U. D. STV' 2 2nd . . 5823. . Qn -Tie . 39V4. . 1st . 6th . 1st . Qnd . , 3rd . U. D. TEAM OPP. 15 . . Prospect Park . . . . Q 6 . . . Episcopal . . 1 20 . . Lansdowne . . 4 O . . Norristown . . 1 6 . . , Abington . . 4 8 . . Lower Merion . . 1 O . . Haverford . . 2 7 . , Cheltenham . . . 3 11 . . . Lansdowne . . . 8 8 . . Norristown . . 11 Q . . . Abington . . 3 4 . , Lower Merion . . 1 3 . . . Haverford . . . 4 4 . . Cheltenham . . . 5 7 . . Chester . . 8 First row-left to right: Millet iMar.P, Hoffman, Huebner, LaBrasia, Kerns, Kirkpatrick, Allen, Gutchens, Dougherty, Anderson, Rosenwald, Iredale iTraineri. Second row: Mr. WolfaanBlCoachJ, Leary DeBordenave, Crowell, Mathews, Roth, Smith, Mann, Hoffman, Marks, Snyder CCapt.J, Domlnaues, Price, eLuco, Larson, Durris, Boss, Coles, Flohr, Mr. Brooke QAsst. Coachl. Third row: Dubins Hollingsworth, Huebner, Buner, Bayer, Sibley, Criswell, Tuener Patterson, Quinn, Mullin, Ambroai, Chase, Miller, Talbot, Cartledae, Boerner, Abel, Beaumont, Jaus, Nurnbeia, Farrell, Dond, Titlow, Jenkins. Back row: Mr. Coffee iAsst. CoachJ,Carroll, Weston, Dotti, Metz, Fenimore, Skidmore, Belyea, Pain, Horpel, Collins, Faulkner, Coulter, Spencer, Sterling, Shead. McCrow. OPP. . . . Norristown . . . . . 62 . . . . Ridley Park . . . , . 46V1 Delaware County Championship Episcopal Academy . . . 58V3 . Ursinus College Relay Carnival . . . Lower Merion . . . . 683A Villanova College P I. A. A. District One Championship l. l.'A. A. State Championship District One Glen-Nor West Chester Tri-Angular Meet . . Suburban Championship Left to right-sitting: Lister, McAllister, Edmundson, Parris, Jones. Standin : Rowland CMQLD, Meagher, Bolton, Abbott, Dambman Mr, Mcgonnell CCoachl. C0och MCD Captain Cassidy GOLF, 1937 . . . Ohnell Coach Holmei Captain Hel1in BOYS' TENNIS 1937 At the midway mark ofa lengthy twenty-three match season, the boys' tennis team has been meet- ing with average success. Led by their captain ofa year ago, Bernie Schreiber, the Royal netmen have been providing stiff opposition for all suburban opponents in this district as well as entering other competition. First row: Searle, Thomas, Heflin, Carpenter, Leamina. Second row: Gibson, Dinsmore, Embree, Gonzalez, Sheetz. Couch Sfevens Captain Schreiber Shooting to the fore with a bang comes the golf team. Lower Merion's crack team has bowed in defeat to the Royals, and the squad is sensing another cham- pionship. Coach McDonnell has moulded his team around iuniors and sophomores, who have been coming through in great fashion against staunch competition. GIRLS' TENNIS 1937 Presenting an inexperienced group on the courts, the girls' tennis team has lost the maiority of its matches. However, Coaches Holmes and Rule have been build- ing with an eye to the future, and an Upper Darby championship very soon is not unlikely. Evelyn Heflin, who plays a singles posi- tion, is the squad's captain. First row: Ulrich, Owen, Schreiber, Walters, Burlin. Second row: Reasor, Hokanson, Wilkinson, Mr. Stevens. l'l69l Coach 6095 4.3, First row: Wynn, Crandall, Cranston, Naughton, C. Korfman, Loomis, Truitt, Penman, Shaw, Riclcer, Second Row: Mr. Goas, Wheaton, Amadio, R. Korfman, Smith, Beese, Germain, Owings, Graves, John, Syren, Clarlce, Mr. Minacci. E L L Losing many ol its decisions by a single run, thebaseball squad is truly the hard-luclc team ol the spring sport schedule. The team hasn't been discouraged by these un- 'I 9 3 7 fortunate brealcs. Because Coach Goas has a veteran group ol seniors, along with a sprinkling of sophomores and iuniors, the school loolcs to the team to go places. Coach Wolfgang Captain Huebner Front row-sitting: Horpel, McCullough, Myles, Ounnn, Marks, Belyea, Burnley, Huebnerfcaptainb, Ambrogi, Kremer, Nurnberg, Boyer, Bram, Wells. Second row: Mr. Wolfgang Ccoachj, Haworth, Zerfing, Curran, Wall, Titlow, Weston, Gauer Leary, Cartledge, Joachim, Townsend, Pizuti, Cresta Cmanagerj. Third row: Mr. Colley Casst. coachl, Rosenwald, McCarthy, Semple, Brem, Spencer, Quigley, Col- lins, Carroll, Mullin, Penman, Viney, Tomassone. TRACK TEAM possessing a wealth of material in the traclc events and a cloleful laclc of it in the Field, the traclc team has been having its usual good season. Highlighting the season has been the worlc of the mile relay team composed of Ambrogi, Belyea, Burnley, and Captain Huebner, who are holders of the Suburban Championship. 1631 SPRING SNAPS ii? 'I64 finq, i Q THE ORCHESTRA Post Graduates: Jeanne McCann, Norma Leicey Ruth Fegley. Seniors: Frank Lewis, Barbara Woods, Bill Hitz, Virgil Wright, Ernest Tyler, Charles McCormick, John MacKenzie, Mildred Woodrolle. Juniors: Thomas Coulter, Pau McConnell, John Dash, Don Esterline, Paul Gerlach, June Thomas Jean Barton, Virginia Chalfant, Roberta Parkhill. Sophomores: Richard Somers, James Casagrande, Sydney Zwait, William Horner, Harry Linn John Boyce, Richard Farrell, Rodney Chase, Robert Fe, Stewart Jenkins, William Hargreaves, Warren Mell, William Moore, Dick Wood, Edith Bertrand, Marion Moeslin, Joanne Palmer. According to Director David D. M. Haupt, the school orchestra, numbering forty, was one ol the best-balanced organizations ol its kind that has ever Amon other things, they accompanied the annual production ol the Dramus lub, presented a Christmas musical, and, in coniunction with the A Cappella Chorus, put on a program from the radio station WHAT. Eighteen members are lost by graduation, but the incoming sophomores been organized. will probably take care ol these vacancies. Post Graduate: Malen. Grade XII: G. Ball, Beashore, Brown, Detwieler, Dodge, Lorentz, Looser, Matthes, Slack, Van Anden, Van lnwogen, Wherry, Wise Grade Xl: Anderson, Allen, Auve, Cartledge, Chamberlin, Etters, Germain, Hoffman, Hulick, Johnson, Joseph, Maloney, Petitgog, Reyburn, Rien. Grade X: V. Ball, Bickel, Bierly, Chase, Cavender, Gillert, Good, Hamilton, Harrison, Hobdell, Kirshner, Leonard, Lutz, Oliver, Perner, Reamer, Sheply, Welch, Wilson. The band this year was under the personal supervision and direction ol Mr. Dotti. The lieutenants were George Ball, Herbert Slack, and Howard Pien. No captain was selected. Since the band is one ol the most important musical organizations in the school, and also since it has numerous opportunities to display the colors ol the Alma Mater, one can readily see that the need lor new uniforms is very urgent. This can only be accomplished, however, with the whole-hearted support ol the faculty, school board, taxpayer, and student body. The band also gave its annual concert in May. Outside competition was again repeated when the band played in the Hallowe'en parade and also the Baby Parade at Sixty- ninth Street. A trophy was won in the Baby Parade lor being the band doing the best playing and marching in the performance. THE BAND 11661 f F ., ,W .... 5 . J ' 11 l Y , an I .Li , , L X ' , .2- "ff if 1:f .gff P f I I 'A l A .4 5 .NN .. 1 . 'L' "' -- ' "-.' .-v v ACN- . 3M'..,..,K 'C '1 . 4,16 N' 5, .1 K ,Y-.qw .f "' 'A -mow rf NMA g4.1..,q,f-4' gf. gg, s f 3 L 'Hn' . M ,Q e E, M3 . s 1 4 'D fl J' Ep-9 48,3 Nc "5 -lf., ?, rn. ,..z ..1't..- f 1 A F, M-sKlf4'tg1:11' if afuj -Q,S311,3f 4-W5 , 'f .s7Q5'ic ,Arg , 79'k3f:f" V 31 ' i'TM"' " ' 1 5 ' ' ' 1 ' A x - A . . ., . , -s-qw.. 'lk-I' '. N . A yfv Jil? M - A . A 1 ,2,,, Wlwiffffi' yhfw X W X-,V fmsfd 3 5 s p a 5, 1 1 N 1 'SX' l'l69 qilie gunior Cmay "BIG-HEARTED HERBERT" Directed by Myrtle V. Arclis CAST . . . . . .George Francis 2. ELISABETH KALNESS . . 3. ROBERT KALNESS . . 4. MARTHA ..... . 1. HERBERT KALNESS . . Thelma Lee . Harry Jones Ruth Greenfield 5. HERBERT KALNESS, JR. . . John W. Cornell 6. ALICE KALNESS . 7. ANDREW GOODRICH 8. AMY LAURANCE . 9. JAMES LAWRENCE 10. MR. GOODRICH . 11. MRS. GOODRICH . 19. MR. HAVENS . 13. MRS. HAVENS . . Dolly Lou Miller William Morrison . . Jane Pryse William H. Wilkins . Robert Neuman . Judith Jackson Richard Curtis Thomas Ainsworth i Mildred Turner June Kompass Resume' The play, Big-Hearted Herbert, was presented by the class of 1937 in their iunior year. This play, which ran for such a long time on Broadway and was later made into a motion picture, was directed under the personal supervision of Miss Myrtle Ardis. It should be added, on behalf of the cast and various committees which also took a maior role in the production of the play, that this farce was a great success and was considered by many authorities and critics as one of the best played comedies ever put on by the students of Upper Darby High School. This story centers around Herbert Kalness, a self-made man, who insists on the fact that his family must be brought up in the plain traditions. When his daughter, Alice, becomes engaged to a Harvard man, his wife, Elisabeth Kalness, insists on inviting all the Harvard men, in the gang, to dinner as well as an open invitation to have ice cream at any convenient time. When Herbert Kalness sees how these boys are wrecking his house and also destroying the morals upon which he has based the raising of his children, he narrowly escapes going out of his mind with rage. Herbert's home becomes safe for these Harvard men only after his family has embarrassed him before one of his dependable customers by embracing his plain tradition literally. The sight of his wife in an old wrapper and a supper of Irish stew and apple pie destroyed this curmudgeon's resistance. So, we see that his weapons are futile before the delightful feminine wiles of his loving and long-suffering wife. W an 'I A V v ,ix V ,AW 'Q' .-ara wr, f W '51ZA',j if s. f Q amy .ame"'M 'P' ML mg. V ff? -ix 'N' M 45 G51 I I I . 5'1'-'f'.-. 1110! , 1 ,:",,,, v' .J gf ,f in wr 1 Q 9 I if 1 if H. "' ,1 -f. vi I 'n ' 'J' ' Q, .5 5 4 nik! I 3 H5520 ,gusts 2 H" -Si-F31 s fgragux' ,vans insist 35" gazxezviggz -rssnzsz. :nf-3, ff'2 32 25:22 1 :aa ru -0--KJ-kwa-,al J ' . I 3 'k ' sl 3 'Y -L, 4 . l'I7'II CUM d'1'liO1" lay "MRS. MOONLIGHTH Directed by Miss Margaret N. Yerkes TOM MOCNLIGHT MINNIE . . EDITH JONES . . SARAH MOONLIGHT PERCY MIDDLING . JANE MOONLIGHT WILLIE RAGG . . PETER . . CAST . William Willcirg it Doris Parker ' ,Q Peggy Goheen Helen Churchill . Judith Jackson Thomas Ainsworth . . Jane Pryse . Jack Cornell Richard Curtis l John Ehlert The senior class play was a drama by Benn W. Levy with an English setting starting in 'l88'l Sarah Moonlight, wife of Tom Moonlight, was the possessor of an unusual neclclace which gives one wish to every owner. Mrs. Moonlight had made a wish, when her daughter Jane was born, that she might always remain young. Mrs. Moonlight, on finding her marital bliss endangered by the fulfilment of the wish, disappears. Seventeen years later, Jane Moonlight decides to marry Willie Ragg, a capricious, happy-go-luclcy fellow. Sarah Moonlight returns as a cousin and succeeds in preventing her daughter from marrying Willie. Jane Finally marries Percy Middling, who is the opposite in character from Willie. When Mrs. Moonlight is assured of Jane's marrying Percy Middling, she again drops out of the life of the Moonlight family. Sarah returns in her old age, her outward appearance the some as forty-seven years ago, unrecognized by anyone except Tom Moonlight and Minnie, an old servant. Tom and Sarah, happily reunited, die within a few minutes of each other, bringing the play to a dramatic close. x 1-ij! glllf llg Eli Lal 4 r-Q lv A .3 f ' "ff 9 Eg if 5 V .V iii ,"Y .J 'L -. - Q 4 A F . 4 t ,v 6. ,,. ' A, : . g. - 4, " ' ., . ,. I.. L - t J Qi, xv Q, Y " K. f ' . K Ve -A" - ,f-.- A wif-- fx . 9,,n'b: 'Fifi' . ps . yi -0, ,. :l"' q -.Tia U . - r,',' 2 r , - at .v :NUM ua. , .mr . ,g 09' he , n ' ' ' Q50 09x 'Q axe ' lv Q , My: v u ,es une: 01 Q wa. 'Q-. Q. ,11- 3,215 Eh "0 f ', ' KJ! 'fs' J S: -' H ' Q ui u .3 I 3. X . :"i3 xiii .,,. Q. H s Sf f ...fav E ax f Rmvaggg -vw. 'S P 'W' Q' ii: Qflereffa, The Dramus Club in presenting the thirteenth annual production, "The Sunbonnet Girl," demonstrated their ability to meet discouraging situations. Mr. l-laupt's illness ol two weeks prevented him from directing these rehearsals. However, rehearsals went on and the ability of the cast to meet this situation and their loyalty is worthy ol tribute. The assistance of Miss Mallon and Mr. Dengler at this time was no little appreciated. On the last night ol rehearsals, William Maun was taken ill. The Dramus Club was fortunate to be able to call on Mark Dawson, '36, who responded with willingness, and his capable handling ol his character gave the cast renewed confidence. 4 , Mr. l-laupt was able to conduct both evenings and the curtain closed on tg" J' ve"""" 'iesslul presentations ol a delightful two-act musical comedy. The show was unusual this y in h ' me exceptionally line dance routines and dgtchy music. J, . A . THE c P. -7 Qin ord .ol their appearancel MIRANDA MEADOWS .....,,-. ' , .,..,. . . . Janet Stratford, '37 LUELLA LUMPTON Ca village maidenj . . -. . Q ..... , Elizqbefh F, Sfewqn, '33 EVALINA SCROGGS Ca snippy little Qi D . ,. . .... . . Grace R. Russell, '38 SADIE SIMPKINS Canother village maidenj . . CFrida' veningb . . . . Dorothy Grotz, '38 SADIE SIMPKINS Canother village maigenb . . 'CSatur. eveningb . . . . Ruth C. Will, '37 RUEBEN McSPAVlN Ciust a little dulwnwspotsl . J. ' ..,. . , Harry P. Johnston, '38 MRS. MEADOWS Cpresident of local music clubj . . . Bette A. Brown, '37 HIRAM MEADOWS Ca kindly farmerj .... 3 . . Homer Abel, '38 EZRA McSPAVlN Cwho represents the lawb . . MRS. COLEMAN Cwealthy patron of musicD BARBARA COLEMAN Cher daughterj . . BOB COLEMAN Cher sonj ..,,. JERRY JACKSON CBob's chuml .,,. SUSAN CLIFTON Cthe Sunbonnet Girlj . . . MRS. SCROGGS Ca lady of many wordsj . . , . Charles Prince, 38 . Leora M. Niland, '37 . Betty J. Hannan, '37 . William E. Maun, '37 . Earl J. Gilford, '38 - - - 4 - . Betty Niland, '37 . . . . . . . Eleanor M. Hull, '38 ABIJAH SCROGGS Ca man of few words and guardian of the Sunbonnet GirD .... James R. Preston, '37 CHORUS OF GlRLS-'36, 'Norma Leicey, '37, Helen Churchill, Judith Jackson Peggy Metter, Viola Pierson, Elizabeth Palmieri, Theodora Reice, Ann Rutledge, Ruth Scheckter, Martha Wase, Virginia Wilson, Barbara Woods, Mildred Woodrolfe, '38, Christine Henszey, June Parkin, 'Agnes Porter, Pat Randolph, 'Betty Seiden erg, Vera Sharpe, 'Jean Wallick, '39, Phyllis Cade, Jean Davis, Peggy Evans, Ruth Butterworth, 'fvtoanne Palmer, Doris Mitnick, 'Gloria Marcus Mariorie iller, Ruth Royal, 'Josephine Roth, Florence NlacMullen, Leonora Simen, 'Jane Whitaker, Janet Bold, 'Sara Jean Lewis, Betty Prescott. 'Understudy to a principal. CHORUS OF BOYS-'37, Donald Briner, Joseph Farrell '38, 'Edward Allen, John Zimmerman, '39, 'John Edwards,' 'Frank Shirtz, 'Ross Van Sciver, 'Miles Wedeman. 'Understudy to a principal. DANCERS-'37, Dorothy Bacher, Edith Dougherty, 'Shirley Jones, Jane McCann, Jo McRory, 'Geraldine Rehrig, '38, 'Jeanne McCullough, Thelma Rudolph, '39, Martha Magee, we lL!lcCann, Frances Merrell, Dolores Toews, Annabel rig t. 'Assisted in setting the dances. 4 EXECUTIVE STAFF-FACULTY MEMBERS Mr. David D. M. Haupt, Director Miss Zito E. Mallon, General Supervisor Mr. McKinley H. Stevens, Technical Adviser Mr. Watrous H. Irons, Business Adviser Mrs. Alma G. Wolstenholme, Honorary Member 1731 Stage Manager-Robert Barr, '37 Chief Electrician-Otto Keser, '37 Assistants-Thomas Foltz, '38, Arthur Gow, '38 Business Manager-Ruth Kellogg, '37 Assistant-William Gauch, '38 QLD.-al Gini, This, undoubtedly the largest club of the school, has this year added to its already lull schedule. Under Mr. Dengler's direction the Choral Club presented its second annual Steel Pier Frolic. The Frolic this year was on a larger scale than the First, leaturing six varied forms ol entertainment. The Club also held two concerts, the Spring and Christmas Concerts, in addition to the annual cantata which was Stainefs "Olivet to Calvary." ln addition to the usual worlc ol the Chorus, th'e Choral Club sang at the Easter Sunrise Service at Franlclin Field. A new feature ol the group was a party held on May 8. Here, entertainment and dancing composed an evening ol enioyment lor the Club's members. l'I74l e ws 21 IH ,Diilix . u Q3 fN'N 0 .-A-S First row-sitting: Wischan, Ainsworth, Hart, Bowman, Schadewald, editor Barrett, Nell, Neuman, Hood. Second row: Davis, Hurd, Ent, Kellogg, Brinton, Miss Clegg, Mr. Wallick, Miss Gaukrodaer, Hearn, Pinter, Simon, Rutledge, Bernard. Third row: McCambridge, Eastburn, Mann, Holloway, Howarth Sanney, Bendell, Rhodes, l-lellin, Olsen, Lyster, Oberholtzer. Fourth row: Dodge, Dubins, Slack, Dement, Fisher, Clarke. Kfwllni-Dah, organized in 1916 as the only school publication, contains between our . T. Y . Y A . its covers, stories, humor and essays, representative of the various aspects of school Things like this never happen In , e my class." me' Q T, Through the combined efforts of the literary, art, and business stall, ably advised by Miss Galfkrodger, Miss Clegg, and Mr. Wallick, this year's Upi-Dah won first award in thellColumbio Scholastic Press Association Contest and in the P. S. P. A. Contest. The Acorn has now completed its ninth year of publication lt contains all the l C O Y. current news of both curricular and extra-curricular activities and athletics. A One of its purposes is to keep students, parents, and teachers informed of the school life carried on in Upper Darby, and to that end, the staff under Miss Zito E. Mallon works faithfully. The Bark, issued this year on April '1 as a special nonsense edition, set new heights in record sales. "Wonder il l made the lront page today." First row-sitting: McCarter, Bullock, Hellman, Schellenger, McCallister, Butcher, Smith feditorl, Boonin Cbus. mari, B. Niland, Schreiber, Rice, Kunkel, Wallace. Second row: Moeslein, Taylor, Henzsey, Wolfe, Miss Mallon, Cunney, L. Niland, Williams, Sheddan, Kennedy, Third row: Wedeman, Merriman, Cortelyou. H761 First row-sitting: Loomes, Wolf, L. Niland, B. Niland, Collins, Butcher, Hannan, Simens, Walliclc. Second row: Guy, Grotz, Freas, Haworth, Schadewald, Mr. Dame, Mr, Tyson, Miss Mallon, Hamilton, Palmer, Liecy, Huebner Third row: McConnell, Clarlz, Belyea, Wall, Townsend, Owens, Smythe, Nadine, Schrieber, Price. iffffffrz' ,fl L-6 The Student Council, organized in 1930 and sponsored by Mr. Tyson, Miss 'Xa Mallon and Mr. Dame, has undertaken several important proiects this year. During the Christmas season, the profits derived from a series of Charity Dances became the Council's contribution to welfare. "Shall we call a sit-down strike? An extra-curricular study sheet was compiled and distributed to the student body with the view of eventually bringing about better student adaptation to extra-curricular activities. the 5 The 1937 Oak was produced under the direction of Mr. Noel and Mr. Walliclc, advisers, Virginia Kennedy, business manager, and Robert Burlin, editor. The stall this year was exceptionally Fine, their diligence was only overshadowed by their enthusiasm. ,,r - - Will my lcids get a lciclc out of this? The Oak, as usual, sold very well, because, being a school record, it has ct sentimental value for everyone, especially the graduating seniors. hx First row-sitting: Hellman, Free, Hay, Kennedy, Burlin lEditorD, Shirtz, Jones, Syre, Oakes. Second row: Maurer, Sheclcter, Mr. Wallicl: lAdviserJ, Mr. Noel lAdviserJ, Jones, Rehria, Peirson, Endicott I I Third row: Moore, Hamilton, Bellas, Kompass, Churchill, Edler, Childs. Fourth row: Gone, Boyer, Briner, Golf, Slack, Potts, Kramer, 0 ll fir xnlfi Till? qbona! 'N Z' C 53 "So you were smolcing corn sillcs on the corner again?" First row sitting Daougherty Boyer Pryse Rutherford Clark Loomes Butcher Huebner Hannon Second row: Price, Stetzer, Searle, lvers, Moyer, Mr. Dame, Russel, Newman, Bush, Tomalino. Third row: Quick, Hilles, Andrien, Wall, Nodine, The iudicial functions of the Student Government are controlled by the Tribunal. This group, composed of four members from each class under the advisership of Mr. Dame, tries all cases which violate the Code of Rules. The group this year has had ioint committee meetings with the Student Council and the Board of Monitors to assure perfect coordination between these g groups. The group of senior monitors includes those members ofthe Class of 1937 who have been on the Board of Monitors since they entered the Senior High School. Service in this group is a prerequisite for a position on the Tribunal. Again this year, the senior class as a whole has conducted itself in a commendable manner during the overning ,V ,of Of- l J' i lunch period with no monitors on duty. SQ "0ur new monitor's uniform,- spiffy, eh wot?" First row-sitting: Loomes, Wolfe, Schrader, Pryse, L. Niland, Miss Mallon, B. Niland, McCaIlister, Huebner, Hannon, Butcher. Second row: Rowland, Titus, Jones, Lee, Heflin, Kompass, O'Brien, Miller, Williams, Hood, Kramer. I 1 1 Third row: Clark, Donohoe, Hitz, Toy, Slack, Goff, lde, Schreiber, Boyer, Price. rst row: Churney, Benson, Hanaman, Dash, Will, Carbley, Leicey, Suydam, Grotz, Clyde R. Dengler, lilson, Evans, Maurer, Wollick, Peirson, Rutledge, Young, Kirkpatrick, Rein, Hoffman. acond raw: Harvey, Esler, Waite, Dejoseph, Cumberland, Borer, Detweiler, Wilkes, Weng, Moyer, Marcus, caopelr, Willis, Oliver, Greenfield, Younglleish, McCrome, Cox, Phillips, Harlan, McLaughlin, Jablow, Bold, i o p , o nson. iird row: Randolph, Jenson, Wischan, Colbert, Forstadt, Hart, Erickson, Steward, L. Niland, B. Niland, isblrielson, Seidenberg, Edler, Brown, Tucker, Woods, Sheckter, Mann, Jaegle, Latta, Palmieri, Parkin, ic ert. iurth row: Evans, Carpenter, Gefvert, McCormick Wright, Stetsor .Schultz Pennel, Siddall, Dempsey, uft, Oliver, McDonald, Pepper, Amaido, Harrison, Criswell, Prince, O Brien, Burrichter, Prescott. :th row: Reese, Gorman, Earn, Bellas, Fromtling, Hitz, Curtis, Preston, Golf, Abel, Andes, Jaus, Hunteri idtke, Gilford, Muluney, Allen, Sterling, Werner, Barringer, Sharpe. 'T xth row: Wilkinson, Sheddan, Donohue, Murphy, Kunkel, James McGuire, Pechell, Henderson, Mooney, aide, Sweigert, Samson, Yost, Pritham, Jaus, Robertson, Lindsay, Wiggins, Thomas, Topham, Hutton, Hill. his group had a most outstanding season. Their First appearance was in the parade of 1e15Oth year anniversary celebration of Upper Darby. Later in the celebration they :ng at the Rotary Club luncheon. On November '19 this chorus was signally honored by an invitation from Dr. Leopold tokowski to sing at a Youth Concert program of the Philadelphia Orchestra. All the ritics of the Philadelphia newspapers praised the work ofthe chorus. During the Christmas holidays the group made a trip to Harrisburg where they had Teen invited to sing at the convention of the Pennsylvania Education Association. here they literally put Upper Darby "on the map" because every section of Penn- tlvania was represented at the convention. Governor Earle heard the chorus at this oncert and congratulated them on their fine program. piggy 28? .st QQ C? O01 M it r " 0 i' i n , l 5 l gl will ll, i ,f I1 f I ,, ,yi ii tl X, I fl N l ' J 1, l. i f ...A E 5 ?Zi4.Zxg1,,seil ' Edin lvvx f ,gm , L c " - "Why did that chorus guy ask us il we went to night school?" W w The Algetrarca Club was organized in 1930 lor those students who show a keen wW, V V' interest in mathematics, lts name is derived by taking the first two letters Ol the I following branches: algebra, geometry, trigonometry, arithmetic and calculus. 7M ' Under the able leadership of Miss Bock the club has had many interesting dis- r H . . . 1' KL cussions during the club meetings. Q. +A ff L- The outstanding event of the year was the banquet held in February, at which S Doris Helsengren, a former president ofthe club, was guest speaker. -,i,.1,--I Viewing this from all angles." First row--sitting: Wischan, Magee, Noll, Rehrig, Kaysen, Boonin, Schadewald, Briner, Drew, Wright, McCambridge, Tillson, Reed, Nichol, Bernard, Porter. I79 l Third row: Koch, Bedrossian, Straehle, Mann, Crothers, Erickson, Scheetz, Title, McCabe, Dodge, Jones, Marshall. Fourth row: Bernard, Gow, Dement, Neuman, Farrell, Ainsworth. Second row: Hood, Arndt, Pinter, Robinson, Galbraith, Neff, Miss Bock Cadviserl, Jablow, Hearn, Darragh, Hardcastle, McGrath, Hazel. O C Club '7 Left to right-First row'-sitting: Green, Brown, Stelzer, Goodbread, Barry, Dean, McCallister, Morlino, Wilkinson, Cumberland, Zimmerman, McConaahy, Jennings, Esler, Kunkel. Second row: Wilson, Rath, McLaughlin, Maurer, Robertson, Burke, Rosser, Hamilfon, Cunney, Philips, Broughton, Pickell, West, Reine, Leary. Third row: Glah, Slovall, Fletcher, Weston, Manger, Turnbauah, Heller, Cordero, Visalli, Sheckter, Brady, Haines. Fourth row: Groskin, Walter, Philips, Cucknell, Lope, Killeen, Griffith, Nelson. UI hope this si,-down ,hike The Commerce Club was organized in November, 1927, under the supervision of lash forevehtv Mr. Dame, with the stated purpose of "promoting closer cooperation between students in the commercial department." Since that time the membership has increased from twenty-four to sixty-Five students, and its activities have developed along three lines-service activities, guidance activities, and social activities. The purpose of this club is to create a Finer appreciation of poetry and a broader knowledge of the lives of the poets. This club, under the capable leadership of 1. Miss Koch, has one meeting a month. This year at Christmas time, a scrap-book of e S G children's poems was made and given to the Temple University Hospital. ln April, fs 5 Miss Duncan of Girard College was the guest speaker at a tea given for mothers. I ll fi "Spring is here, 'tis queer, 'tis queer!" First row-sitting: Oaks, Uhl, Hackett, Hannan, Gibson, Kumion, Boonin, Keller, Canaman, Mitchell, Wiley. Second row: lvers, Pinter, Wolf, Bullock, Eyles, Miss Koch, McCarter, Lee, Himmelsbach, Kaysen, Sheckter. 'l 80 Third row: Hearn, Neff, Drew, Edler, Sanney, Hamilton, Scheetz, Card, Hollingsworth, Barrett, Eastburn, Hcrdcastle, I MacFodden. 'ow-sitting: R. Wolf, Schadewald, Smythe Ccaptaini, E. Wolf Ccapiaini, Barrett. 2nd row: Boice, Maddams, Mr. Boyd Ccoochl, Wiley, Nichols. 3rd row: Pine, Jones, Scheetz. 'ebating Team has been in existence for a number of years. naior purpose of this organization is to have as large a number of r Darby students as possible come into contact with students of similar 'sts in other schools. The students also receive training in expression ntroversial matters. 1-'TX -0 I af i A ll H vs fjfl' S4-,U g f" "l certainly am getting stuclc up!" 'Debating Q 'Team 'Q A it T 3, ' 236 1 Q ' is A X ft if 'Q 2 li C sits - 4 ew T , f F l, t ' in-'T' L .V "You are!" "l ain't." Although composed almost entirely of sophomore ma- terial, the Upper Darby fencing teams made a good showing for their fourth year of interscholastic compe- tition. The boys' fencing team has defeated Haverford, Norristown, Southern, Haverford College Junior Var- sity, and Penn Junior Varsity, and bowed to Northeast, Central, and Penn Charter. This team was regularly composed of Beck, Britton, and Gane. The girls' trio, composed of Coleman, Sterling, and Wiley, won three meets and lost none. Both combinations were coached by Mr. Hall, adviser of the Fencing Club. 'lst row-seated: Wiley, Sterling, Beclz, Britton, Gone Ccaptaini, Dodge, Coleman Cmanaaeri, Wallace. 1 I 9nd row: Hargraves, Clift, Dunn, Ehlert, Mr. Hall Ccoachi, Flohr, Butcher, Brooks, Spilcer. 3rd row: MacMullan, Palmer, Russell, Pinter, Garriby. ' ' ' r orsf- 4 3fl5dewflC5 0 l Fi 5 :fl WT "Yes, he sprained wrists' First row-sitting: Sibley, Zimmerman, Fromtling, Hull, Sullivan. Second row: MacFadden, Barrett, Mrs. Wolstenholme Cadviserb, Parrish, Lehndorff. Third row: Nissen, Leathem, Whittaker, Warmuth. This club was iust organized in January of this year. The obiect of the or- ganization is to further acquaint the members with nursing and social service worlc into which many of the girls are planning to enter upon leaving school. During the existence ofthe Club it has visited many institutions and hospitals, among which are Elwyn School for Feeble-minded Children, Jefferson Hospi- tal and Shriner's Hospital for Crippled Children. The German Club was founded in 1930, with Miss Agnes B. Grunberg as the sponsor. lts two purposes are to acquaint the members further with the German language, and to provide recreation. lts activities include parties, 8 H and a banquet at the end of the year. The officers endeavor to provide cj e Y' YW suitable programs for each meeting, and occasionally invite special speakers 4 I U 6 to present various phases of German life. , wmiulin, , l QS 'Q 3 'ax S 2 S N , N X, f Q NI Yi " T fx' 5 2 ,Q le 5 it " M3 GZ X19 QQ "Wieners will be longer at the picnic this year." First row-sitting: Hood, Hull, Schulz, Jennings, Wilkins, Heubner, Brem, Wolfinger, Reid, Moeslein. Second row: Searles, Grotz, McFadden, Bansbach, Oliver, Miss Grunberg Cadviserl, Sevenson, Sounders, Smith, Anlinsen, Walters. Third row: Sykes, Moore, Boeshore, Smith, Gewiss, Strehle, Boyer, Ferguson. Fourth row: Farrell, Briner, Muensch, Shannon. l Fl f fcji lj J X 244 ,Mlllillllllllllllt 1 xl i 2 f Q First row: Huebner, Clark, Poulterer, lde, Haay, Collins, Schellenoer, Smythe, Townsend, Jamison, Sullivan, Boyer, Wilkins. Second row: Bricker, Bedrossin, Quick, Keeler, Bond, Hokenson, Potts, Mr. Diehl, Reasor, Guy, Schreiber. Price, Brady, Hathaway, Brooks. Third raw: Cranston, Cortelyou, Ferguson, Coulter, Greene, Belyea, Bolton, Owen, Hay, Bass, Savin, Mayer, Burlin. fgourtlrl row: Gonzalez, Owen, Nagel, Gow, Schrader, Cornell, Barr, Mink, Slack, Ambrogi, Curtiss. ono oe. Filth row: McConnell, Moore, Owings, Golf, Macklin, Leary, Cartleqe, Loomis. As one of the two service organizations of the school, the Boys' Hi-Y Club has worked under the guidance of seventy boys, all cooperating with an unusually friendly and keen spirit, which in turn brought success to each activity undertaken by the club. Starting out by rendering valuable assistance at Christmas time in the collection and distribution of articles for the needy, the boys climaxed the year'when they surpassed all previous records in attendance for their Annual Fathers and Sons Oy 'OT 9:4 1 i M i llf i l ,, T fo' 'y by 2 T I iti l.. ff e - 'W -i -T 7 1 "Scuse, please. n' 'ii Banquet. lntermingled with these events were several minor banquets and other school functions to which the club gave its service. , 7 , - Y W , , Y , - i o X l l Y' S This honorary club was organized in the High School ten years ago by Miss IN , O -'lg' Gaukrodger, who has since been its adviser. X ' 4, ,The members elect ten girls from each class yearly on the bases of ideals, scholar- t XX ship, and service to the school. The maximum membership each year is Fifty, and by NX Ok! the method used, thirty girls are ultimately selected from each class. Z I 5 ,, 1 As is the case every year, the Mothers' and Daughters' Banquet, May 19, was the . 1 - A club's main event. . i i S. oy 72, l "No, child, the elevators aren't running." 1 he First rowfsitting: Wischan, Oakes, Hood, lvers, Rehrig, B. Niland, Butcher, Hannon CPresidentJ, L. Niland, Boonin, Freas, Leaming, E, Wolf, Wallick, Hoffman. Second row: Lee, Searle, Moyer, Reed, Grotz, Keller, Barrett, Miss Gaukrodcer CAdviser7, R. Wolf, Nell, Kumian, Meyer, Allen, Carpenter, Clime. Third row: Shirtz, Hart, Holloway, Pryse, McCallister, Jackson, Churchill, Kompass, Barringer, Hellin, Gibson, Howarth Sanney. l I Fourth row: Henszy, Sheetz, Bowman, Smith, Schadewald, ...fan-K 'r"f" 7 EL: l QE I r, :JE ' ' -ff A I EEE E-QE - ' KT? TTTTETTRS 'Certainly is a modern hi-story tour." First row: Wolinsky, Hurd, Robinson, Gordon, Gross, Hohn, Boonin, Potts, Hearn, Endicott, Wallick, J. Wallick, N. Wase, Schneider, Cuzabo. Second row: Winstead, Eastburn, Gibson, Kumian, Drew, Nell, Hardcostle, Mr. Thomas, Mrs. Abrams, Anscheutz, McCambridqe, Lyster, Jackson, Phillips, Kaysen. Third row: Scout, O'Deen, Wilkes, Bendell, Scheetz, Sanney, Hamilton, Stottler, Coleman, Mehrinq, Riley, Edler, Steele, Fromtlinq, Latta, Penton. Fourth row: Sullivan, Groskin, Kerner, Ainsworth, Huebner, Maher, Slack, Jones, Gibbons, Bond, Johnstone, Kramer, The History Club, under the capable advisership of Mrs. Abrams and Mr. Thomas, undertook as a maior activity the construction of a. proiect for the Upper Darby Week celebration. It involved research, design, art, and construction work using over one hundred club members and friends. An opportunity to study Roman life was altered in the form of an exhibit and illustrated lecture given by a representative from the University Museum. The lndustrial Revolution and accompanying urbanization of the United States made a visit to New York City one ofthe club's most interestin activities. Study of current happenings, books, and people together wifi a presentation by the World Affairs Forum gave members varied contacts. A branch ol the Senior chapter of Delaware County and ol the National lzaak Walton League of America. ln its three years of activity this organization has accomplished the many tasks set before it, such as a beautiful Float picturing the wild life of Pennsylvania and the work in conserving this wild life. The Junior lzaak Walton League has worked on stream improve- ment in Delaware County, both by stocking trout and cleaning the streams. Also the club has an active part in the State's new Farm-land proiect in which land is leased from farmers and made into public hunting grounds. Here's to the Junior lzaak Walton League of the coming years to uphold the high standards that have been established in the past. S A Jdnl tggtak Wal ef 'if i. aque A-T , S '1 T A fb, ' l r ' I T" f ' cl 1 I4 f X l Nf X A 9 . f X O , N kr , r Jmwmniii , lfgl . f ka' 1 pe 5 0 ...-:0 i 5 llillll llllllll . M ii i 2 ttuiirtilltllll fix - ' W l -Lic?-.:L......p A-L... g,.l First row-sitting: Emich, Kennerly, Sanderson, De Rosay, Jamison. HYBS, Slf, l Cdllgllf with C BBN' Pllhn Second row: Creed, Hulick, Mr. Harer, Young, Tomalino. Third row: Bodtke, Weigelt, Weston, Graham, Barrwff l'l84l LA -V i , Lefoxgn 5 be gr? First row-sitting: Churney Evans, Wolf, Kennedy, Tilson, Casalan, Rutledae, Craig, McCambridge, Rehrig, Butcher, Jackson, l-lannan, Phillips, Noll, Norman, Nichol, Mitchell, Robinson, M. Hoffman. T xx, First raw--standing: Cunney, Syllivan, Decay, Neale, Havs, K. Brooks, Hart, Erickson, Sweigert, Ward, Keller, Marcouse, Wilkes, Miss Chrisman, Mrs. Dale, Drew, Lyster, Boonin, Darragh, Hearn, Scout, i 2 Hess, Sibley, Wallick, Jablow, S. Brooks. , Second row: Hallman, Mehring, Pine Bryan, Sanney, Hurd, Churchill, Wilson, Woodrultee Aasberg, ' X 2 i Sterlin , McKnight, Werner, Entriken, Ecller Hamilton, Eilert, Caruthers, Garrett, Bellas, Gabrielsen, f QV. Nelt, lgumiian, Barrett, Sparks, Story, Gross, Maruchi, Sauer, Allen. "5 Third row: Junlrin, Viney, Meagher, Jaggle, Parker, Kompass, Bendel, Steinhardt, Flory, Anlinsen, 1 Gordon, Eastburn, Dejaseph Co man M rone, Hull, Bernard, Lynch, Kirkpatrick, Hermann, Good- bread, Leaming, Anderson, Crockett, Title, Bowman, Kaysen, Rhodes, Curtis, Potts. Fourth row: Stuart, McCabe, Lugar, Reese, Gillen, Beitler, S. Jones, Zorn, M. Jones, Hahn, Reed, i Sayre, Williams, Winstead, Topham. l l l , 91 . gym , . For seven years this group, under sponsorship of Miss Chrisman, has constantly i grown until it has become one ol the larger clubs ol the School. ln striving to encourage the use of French, each member is asked to take part in "Wag she Q I-.QI-'ey' gm I gonna one pmgmm' ioin the French Clubl" Once more, the annual banquet took precedent in the club's yearly events, but of great importance, too, was the group's sponsoring the showing of the French Film "Sans Famillef' gift in , L CJ l U b , The Latin Club was organized eight years ago. lts olticial name is the S. P. O. R. ' Such letters mean "The Senate and the Roman People." ,xt The purpose of the club is to afford to those students of the high school who are ' V jr most interested in Latin an opportunity to pursue further study of Rome and its I peoples. Q r- r 8 - The programs which follow the business meetings consist ol humorous plays, ,, X lantern slides, interesting talks and sometimes charades, all of which are presented X T by members ol the club. X jf "lt's all Greek to me." 'lst row-sitting: Schellenger, Evans, Sparks, Russell, Kennedy, Allen, Nell, Kumian CPresidentl, Gibson, Tillson, Wallace, Wallick, Smith, Mitchell, Wischan. Qnd row: Steele, Holloway, Hearn, Darraah, Moyer, Scout, Miss Noble, Eyles, Carpenter, Barrett, Freas, Arndt, ,I I Dudley, Pinter. 3rd row: Drew, Sanneg, Bendell, Crockett, Bowman, Maddams, Caruthers, Entriken, Spangler, Hellin, Lee, Edler, MacFadden, Meyer, arrinaer, Glendenning, 4th row: Marshall, Schultz, Gallant, Stottler, J. Slattler, R. Bareis, Herman, Smith, Ferguson, Wedeman, Richards NN eJ FSQQ f' . . f '- AAN 'AAE 2 G 5 'x Hur L 9 i fs., i XIX 2 l 'l "Oh, boy, ain't Lile grand?" fibre r' gy fab L l LATEST COPY OF First row: Casbley, Lynch, Laughead, Wells, Samson, Wiggins, Detweiler, Miss Stone, Hart, Cumberland, Mcllory, Daliclc, Kellogg, Hanaman. , Second row: Henderson, Anderson, Decey, Jenson, Hater, Dean, Dougherty, Cooper, Weiss Dougherty, Porter, Mullin, Carpenter, Willis. Third row: Simpler, Sense Fuhrman, Engell, Cox, Reice, Kernan, Matthews, Gross, Nuss, Burrichter, Wolters, Wosnewsli, Farrell, Ludy. Fourth row: Baldwin, Thomas, Maurer, Younglleish, Carr, Mc-hring, Colbert, Gove, Kauffman, Manbeclc, Gerber, McCann, Scholer, Platus. Filth row: Lallerty, Haney, Tytle, Heavans, Henderson, Thompson, Steel, Mitniclr, Johns, Marcus. f The Library Club, one of the largest clubs in the school, has completed its ninth successful year. Its members are active in establishing a system of accuracy in the library that will benefit the entire school. During the ensuing year, a rigid constitution was drawn up and put into effect. Two traditional activities, a "Doggie Roast" in the neighboring Naylor's Run in the fall, and a "Mothers' and Daughters' Banquet" in the spring, are eagerly antici- pated each year. ln 1933, Mr. l-larer organized the Leeuwenhoelc Society for boys and girls. Similar to the Steinmetz because of its work in the scientific field, the Leeuwenhoelc has various proiects pertaining to making slides, checking microscopes, and preparing cultures. This year, Mr. Nell stepped into Mr. Harer's place as club adviser. Other changes were brought into the society by the adoption of a new constitution. The many pupils interested in Microscopy should certainly apply for membership! figeu e hoe 7 1 N, 5OQi'e+K T T Y J? - f 'f Q' at 71' is 'Q X, i D 'T T f - sv ff .-.. I J i fly J, 'Z' l, , 1, X f l. t if N. it . . Wil' it N. X J it o X Q A "They spelled our name right on the morning sheet!" 1 f , - A u ,. ,-tems.. in ,,. . Q, H Front row-sitting: Loman, Hellin, Styles CPresidentD, Lee, Bernard. Middle row: Huebner, Glicker, Mr, Neil CAdviserD, Sterling, Dodge, Last row: Farrell, Starling, Briner. I l rst row-sitting: Wolinsky Hanaman, Appleby, Rutledge, Coffman, Royal, Dunkin, Pickell, Potts, Wilkins, Lee, leuman, Steinhart, Miller, Rehriq, Hunter, Goheen, lvers, Wischan. acond row: Mann, Anrinsen, Heller, Williams, Anscheutz, Boonin, Clima, Stewart, Miss Ardis, Mr. Stermer, liss Steele, Cunney, Graham, Nissen, Miller, Winstead, Kaysen, Keller, Hackett. hlrd row: Siewert Parker, Herman, Forstadt, Lawton, Stone, Clokey, Helmus, Ericksen, Kompass, Greenfield, ackson, Churchill, Norman, Pine, Mayer, Jaegle, Goodby, Henderson, Riley, Pryse. :urth row: Meaney, Flohr, Nadine, Schultz, Junkin, Curtis, Ainsworth, Cornell, Morrison, Purdy, Richards, Blair, ramer, Brooks. he membership of Pleiades is composed of those students interested in the many lilferent phases of the drama. lt is widely known throughout the school For its interprising dramatic activities. Each year Pleiades presents o Christmas program the proceeds of which are donated to charityD, exchange programs with various chools, and other versatile programs in our own assemblies. Once a year also 'leiades goesl on the air. This year a play-entitled "Ask Me Another" was pre- ented over WHAT. Pleiades, a young and progressive society, has become an integral part of our :lub system. fl Qxeqgdes NW I 0 . 2 'W rs na- I l-X-X i lx only N N i if K ll if X "Wonder what she meant by saying all hams have to be cured." l t 'he Riding Club, under the able sponsorship of Miss l-lagenback and Miss Good- nan, passed its third successful year. The purpose of the club is to provide pleasure ,A and instruction for the students. The members ride on Mondays, Wednesdays, and :ridays at 1 Four Horseman Riding Club. The activities ofthe club were brought 0 a clim on May twenty-first with the annual horse show when trophies were y :worded for skill in horsemanship. .Cl-' v A A q Q FS, l ' 3 If Q y 'X x i -it .s ...i..,, T - V I . , ' , , .4 V l' 2' lil l ltlnlg-fl.-as r, 'l ll 7' 1 25, ,a - F 2 I i QQ- A - f Q ffl A ., .., ,lsr . r f v .. i i 2 ' ff ff "4 R ' iv i J li fsxfgll , .I .. 't Q. . 'l wh" M 'I P ' l 'Q . a A 4 ,,. 'H ' l 4 N5 4 5 T lil 3 V ,,, ,.,.,qgril-' , W. . , 5 "l wish she would signal whe gonna stop." l87l 1. Mercer, Julian, Yost, Anfinsen, Young, Keller. Q. Boise, Kirk, Zimmerman, Olsen, Wolters, Shafer. 3. Pinto, Houseman, Vollers, Ester, Barnett, Jamison. 4. Riding Master-Simeane. 5. Martin, Robertson, f , Sauerbeclc, Bowman, Gardner, Ludt, 6. Lutz, Mayer, Brinker, lvers. 7. Heller, Lugar, Sweigert, Ferris, n shels Falk, MaaGuire. B. Instructors-Wall, Wilkinson, Zimmerman, Peters. T I 'YQQNQ club xi fi? Q5 l ii. t i 3 2 E 2 W SL' was ltlgymitll X f l I it N-fi-4 .. .ilk y -W if '. W "' - t'-S' "This rifle seems o mite bit crooked . to me." First row-sitting: lde, Morrow, Dougherty, Palmeri, Grotz, Sonney, Cain, Donohoe, Pryse, Spencer, Richardson, Dougherty, Garrity, Smith. Second row: Tyler Hararave, De Joseiph, Pinter, Sibley, Robertson, Brinker, Pritchard, Hart, Morris, Reese, Coruthers, Crawford, Lord, Wol e, Wallace, Dunkin, Dole, Zimmerman. Third row: Stanton New, Leonard, Weisbrod, Van Anden, Emich, Clark, Chose, Goudie, Wait, Allen, Hobdell, Dodge, flamialietti, Vauella. Fourth row: Cross, Skildmore, Boeshore, Krewson, Parkhill, Abbott, Mell, Weigelt, Van lnweaen, Cucknell, Zim, Dilworth, Morris. The Rifle Club, the second oldest club in the school, has a membership limited to eighty students each semester. The club is a member of the National Rifle Associa- tion with headquarters in Washington, D. C. Under faculty supervision, the club operates an excellent rifle range fully equipped with five Winchester rifles together with their necessary accessories. Members of the organization have found keen pleasure both in improving their knowledge and use of rifles and in their social contacts made through the club. Thislyear the Steinmetz Scientific Society celebrates its tenth anniversary. ln t 1927, Mr. Oerlein called together a few select boys interested in science. Upon this foundation was built an organization which serves Upper Darby into unique and necessary fashion. ,Besides personal advancement in science, the boys have assisted in staging ' ' Ilia school productions, operated the school sound system, and have photo- graphically recorded the school's activities. When Mr. Oerlein left us in W35, Mr. Remley became adviser. .S First row: Fenimore, Miller, Guy CPresidenti, Keser, Gow. sreibmqfz 5C,i'eni'1Fug,+ if , xiao? jf N x ,,' ' i e ff -,L xiii? X ff? Ji XTR ix T S xx 'i f fb xX , 9 ,T 5 i. ly '- "Teocher said l was o rising young chemist." Second row: McKay, Crockett, Hardy, Mr. Remley, Hokonson, Clarke, Horner. Third row: Cross, Reasor, Foltz, Diggory, Linn, McCord. l Tl l ble 0 Club 'TN l F D L I l X-aighacxl lzrgssgtttgmisgzrsrralgwgx, Smith, Eymcm, Jamison, Richards, Challant, Mass, Allen, Stewart, Z 'Q f id row: Marshall, Sullivan, Rosborouah, Heller, Mr. Stermer Cadviserl, Fisher, Kirschner, Straehle, Wood. Z row: Farrell, Briner, Freemont, Hanley, Stewart, Payne, Hayes, Wayne, Ricketts, Dambman, Miller, Evans, ' Q . .Z l The club was organized at the suggestion of Charles Glassmire, '37. Permission 1 ,,,f"f 134, was given by Mr. Tyson for the formation of this club, and then a constitution and 5 ggi' charter were presented to and accepted by the Student Council. Mr. Tyson ap- pointed Mr. Joseph E. Stermer as adviser. ln this season the best girl player is Jean Moss,'38, and the best boy is Robert Boerner, '36. The purpose ofthe club is xx V' ' Qxx ??2'xsf:'S AQQW purely to afford pleasure and recreation and a g out. li L Yr Taylwfgfalvgth P T Club i . - . - :ali O06 time is hvd by Gil thc' Come "l hear our club song is gonna be, 'After the ball is over.' " i The Tay-Wistalvan Club was organized in 1927 by Mr. R. W. Boyd. Since then Miss F. E. Weimer and Miss J. Forcey have become our advisers. The club member- ship is limited to forty-live girls. The name of the organization is derived from the names of the authors: Taylor, Wister, Alcott, and Von Dyke. The purpose of the club, the furthering of the interest in works of literature, is achieved through dis- cussions of books and their authors, current plays, and short stories. We have also done some original writing in the form of short stories and essays. "What is it, a vegetable or an animal?" Front rowwsittingz Hood, Wolinsky, Hoffman, Hannon, Wolf, Kompass, Rehrig, Wiley, Palmieri. Second row-standing: Miss Forcey, Freas, Hardcastle, Barrett, Wright, Bullock, Pinter, Winstead, Penton, I I Peters, Miss Weimer. f Third row-standing: Pryse, Howarth, Clime, Gibson, Bellas, Barrinaer, Holloway, Norman, Jackson. Fourth row-standing: Coleman, Schadewald, Smith, Hevner, Edler, Riley, HeHin, Churchill, Clokey. WN 1 Cl 0 Orl AFFBIPS it ain't one thing, it's another.' r w WORLD AFFAIRS FORUM The World Affairs Forum,ia newly chartered club, was organized tn study the contemporary international problems. The club is composed of a group ol twenty-five mem- bers, each one representing a country prominent in the aFlairs of the world today. The Forum provides spealcers for homerooms, clubs, li and other outside organizations. It is the policy ol the Forum to serve the school by i annually sponsoring a proiect that is interesting and in- structive to the entire student body. This year the Qlub 4 successfully produced a Moclc Modern Constituti inal l onvention. t 'fi V' i 3. First row--sitting: Kaysen, Wallick, Holloway, Gone Macklin, Cl lc H d , ar , oo , Kernan, Lyster. Second row: Mr. Walliclc CAdviserD, R. Stottler, McConnell, Sullivan, Crockett, Bendell, Tucker, Bedrossian, Sykes, J. Stottler. Third row: Bernard, Abbott, Nichols. l 190 l 'v-. U . , .- 'K .M N, sq f Aw '41, F , 'v V ., . , 'M ' -aww 1. , I Q M Jn' 1 im, yn! fe, ' ff ' F -A 'v Q Iv sr' Fink it -' 4 . .N I we 4' -. ,mv X :gm K ,, . qv, t- A6 - .ef ,mw:r..,. 'F-mm , 2 'mf 9 Y .Y r A 'I .f , -1 fm lr '. X'-. V fs QE Q JA I -, X b xx will J "CLA" had Ms- 9 MS , -1-.., my ... 1.,'w . V .91 I X , .U f w M W 5' H55 aw IIE ms 1. 1 B'- - Iv is P w 9 , 'a j 312, . Xm .haf 5 ,Nw 1.1.4 , f'-77,-I ll ky L!,4fW"" if PHOTOGRAPHY av LUEUECKE From the Aquamnc Presses of Edward Stem 5: Comfuany, Inc. New York and Phi zdclphia ,Y-,....,-f- ,, 1 v in if 3 3 HOW MANY D0 YOU RECOGNIZE? 'fix 4 'F Emi 1 MJ P' r il C. i, N Y , 5 if ,,. 5. K Q 4. 'L Ve' 1 ' A . .V :l1 1. xl ,,. 1 1 x ,


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