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

 - Class of 1951

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FOREWURD At the time the Class of 1951 entered Upper Darby High School, the world was in a state of joyous expectation. World War II was over and Upper Darbians, with all the rest of the world looked ahead to a period of peace and prosperity. Now, as we leave Upper Darby, the world is again waiting to see what will happen, again waiting in a state of expectation. 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A f - iz- A' fi if Q M Y ff im at i f"'52 .I ww-me "'AL"""""""1 k W JV ff!-, Q 'gykfgu if , ki 'Q' wvlluuu fi 2 vi' M! 2,2 z 4 1 ?s'Aw,f.v-it mm ,Lin 'ww HW: A 4 'mwfk ' , K ww, f ,W , ,,w,,,,,,u,..WN. wuapauw Timm , :Wi M Quang 4 f ,f A 4, H ppm an 1 " ,n f x Ku N 3 ag " S aww E2 . Yi? if , ' .1f,"r'-'W gre 'f' "' .. , ,- 1, .,.,., In I. CE R 2 52 2 FOR UPPER DARBY HIGH SCHUOL The Class of 1953 has made an admirable start at Upper Darby and promises to be an outstanding group in its next two years at U.D. The sophomores began their Senior High School career by breaking the magazine campaign record previously established by the Class of 1952, They were equally successful with their class dance, "Court Capers." Sophomores have done outstanding work this year for their school, as well. They were well represented in many varied school activities, particularly dramatics and sports. Much of the credit for the achievement of the Class of '53 belongs to its capable president, Dick Padula. He was ably assisted by VicefPresident John Hartmire, Secretary Marie DeGeorge, and Treas' urer Bob Henn. The sophomores are fortunate in having Julia S. Miller and Paul K. Noel as their advisers. Miss Miller is well known to many of the girls for her work in the Home Economics Department. Mr. Noel is no newcomer to the job of class adviser, as he has guided several classes in the past. With such leaders, Upper Darby can be confident that the Class of '53 will continue to be successful in their next two years on the hill. OPHO GRE Discussing the activities of the Class of 1953 are Mr. Paul K. Noel, adviser, Bob Henn, treasurer, Dick Padula, president, Marie DeGeorge, secretary, John Hartmire, vice- presidentg and Miss Julia S. Miller, adviser. SOPHOMORE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Front Row: Haussmann, Dawkins, Angulo, Henn, Padula, DeGeoi-ge, Hartmire, Kennedy, Engle, Lineberryg Second Row: Adelizzi, Askiss, Townsend, Spina, Tarkanin, Ballora, Connaghan, LaGasse, Hammer, Harner, Smith. JUNIOR EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Seated: Calvertg Standing: Hess, Croker, Kline, Richards, Abbott, Kildare, Adams, Barney, Miller, Van Nest, Roye, Datesman, Crate, Parker, Campbell, Penrod, Hutchinson. Successfully piloting the Class of '52 through its second ear on the hill are Secretar Mi UNIOR The Class of 1952 has made a line record during its nrst two years on the hill, despite the fact that it is the smallest class Upper Darby has had in a number of years. Not only have the juniors shown leadership, enthusiasm, and wholeheartedness in everything they have done for their class, but they have also worked untiringly for the school. This is evidenced by the many junior representatives in music, ath- letics, and in scholarship. Last year the juniors broke all previous records in their magazine campaign and climaxed the year with an equally successful class dance. This year they continued their success with the annual junior dance and their class party, the plans for which originated in the class executive committee early in the year. Parke Hess, class president, has capably led the Class of '52 through two years of outstanding achievement. He was assisted this year by vice' president Bob Abbott, secretary Midge Roye, treas' urer Rowland Hutchinson, and historian Joan Parker. Guided by its popular advisers, Herbert S. Herzog and Alice M. Goodman, the Class of 1952 is prepared to assume a place of leadership in Upper Darby High School next year. Y Y dge Roye, Vice-President Bob Abbott, Treasurer Rowland Hutchinson, Miss Alice M. Goodman, Historian Joan Parker, Mr. Herbert S. Herzog, President Parke Hess. ...ww Upper: Mr. Tyson speaks to Purple Color Captain, Alice Miller, while holding songs and cheers banner which he awarded to Gold Color Captains, Barbara Earl and Gene Harris. Center: A Purple team member guards the ball with her life as some Golds try to snatch it away from her. Bottom Left: Purple public speaking contest winners -joan McCrea, Dale Owens, Lois Parryg Gold losers: Warren Grupe, Sylvia Morrison, Vivian Hanford. Bottom Right: Songs and Cheers Contest judges sit surveying their domain with the Old Oaken Bucket trophy in the foreground. WE RALLY TO THE PURPLE AND THE GOLD Top Left: Purple basketman racks up another during a close game. Top Right: "Snaky" Graham exhorts color contesters to "Beat Lansdowne!" Center: Another Purple landslide: the typing contest. front row: Carol Bauers, Purpleg Roseann Eber- hardt, Purpleg Marian Papouris, Gold. rear: Jean Moffitt, Purpleg Pat Brenneclce, Goldg Rosalie Del Rossi, Gold. Bottom: The spelling contest-Purples win again! Margie Lappin, left, spells a tough one as Joe Bren- ner, right, looks on. 1. Mary Bond and Ted Collins watch Barbara Gratz sketch. 2. Seniors are amused in Mr. Wood's sociology class. 3. Bill O"Keefe knows all the angles in geometry. 4. Ray DeVries queries Miss Taylor on a point of grammar. 5. Mr. Kehl demonstrates a chemistry experiment for some upper classmen Sixteen Academic typists labor over practice drills. jay Crawford, Hans Dietze, and Tom Griswold present a script in Miss Gaukrodger's accelerated English class. Lee Hammer demonstrates his prowess on the parallel bars. Charles McGoldrick examines the design made by the boys. in metal shop under the direction of Mr. Hoehler. Joan Beatty, Ginny Becker, Marie Kramer, and Eileen O'Neill whip up a salad. Carmen Rosato gives Dick Wharton some tips on using the saw while Charlie Nichols listens in. radio band- Seventeen Upper: Tehyi Hsieh gesticulates in Senior assemblyg Emcees of the 950 Club, Joe Grady and Ed Hirstg DE students and graduates present their annual fashion showg Mr. Noel awards prizes to sophomore magazine campaign winners Braeuninger, Mc- Elfresh, Thompson, Hammer, Harner, DeGeorge. Center: Frank Videon makes a spectacular entrance into Junior assemblyg Miss Goodman beams as she receives a gift from Santa fWarren Grupelg Varsity soccer letter winners receive their awards from Mr. Herzog. Lower: E. C. Ramsey emphasizes a pointg Hi-Y boys advertise the Stairway to the Starsg Junior boys publicize the Pennant Promg A scene from A Child is Born. WE DANCE AND PLAY fl' Opposite page-Top Left: After game basketball dances attract many Upidites and friends. Center Left: The Choral Club sponsored Steel Pier Frolic drew one of the largest crowds of the year. Lower Left: Ed Wforthington, accom- panied by Bill Mescanti, gives his all to a western ballad. Upper Right: An intent group of juniors play Concentration al: the Junior Party. Lower Right: Sid Mollard, Bob Jones, and Joel Minster portray circus freaks at the Senior Party. This page-Top Left: Mr. Aubrey Abbott addresses the Fall Sports Banquet. Lower Left: Mr. Lower jokes with parents at Back to School Night. Upper Right: Council guides Owens, Matthews, and Grupe assist a lost parent. Center Right: Mrs. Howard Leathem Kcenterl, the charming president of the Mothers' Dis- cussion Group. Lower Right: A view of the speakers' table at the Fall Sports Banquet. In Memoriam WILLIAM C. GEYER The staff of the 1951 OAK respectfully dedicates this page to William Carlton Geyer, Head of the Industrial Arts De' partment and a member of the Upper Darby High School faculty since Sep' tember, 1927, who died suddenly while on a fishing trip at Lake Placid, New York, July 4, 1950. Before coming to Upper Darby, he taught at Indianapolis, Kendallville, Hammond, and Evansville in Indiana, at College Station, Texas, and at Schenecf tady, New York. He served in France in Word War I and taught shop courses for a short time in France at the close of the war. At Upper Darby, in addition to his teaching and supervisory duties, he coached wrestling and promoted a wide' spread interest in bowling, organizing an annual bowling tournament among sub' urban and city schools. At the close of World War I, he made investigations and contacts to procure such surplus govern' ment property as could be used for school purposes. He also served as a County Veterans Administration Placement Training Officer and as assistant director in the local evening school for veterans' training. Mr. Geyer generously shared his knowledge and his craftsmanship with his friends in a spirit that left none of them with any feeling of obligation to him. Upper Darby High School rememf bers Mr. Geyer with appreciation for his twentyfthree years of service and with gratitude for sharing with his fellow' workers and the student body his ex' perience and his wealth of practical knowledge. Twentyftwo Front Row: Mr. Vanleer I. Bond, Mrs. William G. Seeburger, Dr. George C. Dilworth, Mrs. Alfred F. Adelizzi, Mr. John H. Frazierg Second Row: Mr. Stewart B. Harkness, Mr. John H. Scheidel, Dr. Edgar B. Cale, superintendent john H. Tyson, Dr. J. Vernon Ellson, Mr. John C. Parry, Mr. R. Winield Baile, Mr. N. Horace Berman. After years of tedious planning, the efforts of the hardfworking members of Upper Darby's Board of Education are beginning to show fruitful results. Two modern elementary schools, Hillcrest and Primos, are now complete. Unly through the continuous efforts of the Board members could such a project have been accomplished. The foundations for the high school addition are now Hnished and the buildings are beginning to take shape. Few of us realize the many headaches encountered by the Board members. One of the foremost problems was that of locating and stockpiling the necessary building materials and equipment for the new schools. The war threat at the present time has induced a scarcity of materials which can be overcome only by patient searching for the desired goods. The teachers, architects, and School Board members have worked in close cooperation to procure the finest and most modern equipment available. To each member of our fine School Board we offer a vote of thanks-f for making the schools in this district run so smoothly, and for realizing so sensibly the needs of our community and keeping abreast of the situation in such a capable manner. BO RD UF EDUCATIO The f the addition first Boot high takes form. The recent ground breaking ceremonies for the new addition to the high school marked another step in Upper Darby's continuous program to meet the needs of the comf munity. Since the first class of five was graduated in 1896, Upper Darby has grown by leaps and bounds, both in area and population. The capable School Board, though, has kept pace with this expansion. An annex was added to the high school in 1928 as were other improvements made to the grade schools throughout the district at various times, The new fourfstory addition to the present high school will adequately serve many more students, but even more expansion will be needed in the future. Because of the high birth rate during World War H, graduating classes of one thousand will be the general trend in 1958. Two new elef mentary schools, Primos and Hillcrest, have already been opened to accommodate part of this huge student body now entering the first and second grades. It is obvious, though, that more development will be necessary. Unknown to most people is the fact that plans for a new junior high school are already under way. The far' sighted Board of Education has acquired land on State Road for this purpose. Uther changes in the school system are being contemf plated. As the school enrollment increases, new teachers will be needed and Upper Darby plans to acquire the best inf structors available. Plans for curriculum revision are also being considered. The latest educational methods will be inf corporated in the schools in an effort to make the Upper Darby School System, the finest in the country. With its ambitious building and educational improvement programs, Upper Darby is confident that it can answer the challenge of its increasing population. the Senior WE B ILD The new Primos Sc hool nears completion. FOR THE FUTURE Hillcrest opened April 16, 1951. S x E if E SUPERI TE DE T We, of the Upper Darby High School, are very fortunate to have a superintendent who shows such outstanding ability and leadership in school and community life as John H. Tyson. He has been superintendent of schools for the past eight years and served as principal of our school during the tvventyffour years prior to 1943. The class of 1951 is indebted to Mr. Tyson for his tireless efforts to better our school. He is active in educational societies, and we all ap' preciate and admire his zealous work. Mr. Tyson has spent a great deal of time working out the diflicult details of plans for the new high school. The years of planning were climaxed this fall by the groundbreaking exerf ciscs over which he ofliciated. We have been guided faithfully and well by Mr. Tysong he has won the respect and admiraf tion of all by his fine judgment and keen personal interest in the welfare of each student. Miss Mary L. Lulcens, Director of Educational Measurementsg Mr. Lewis O. Goas, Assistant to the Superintendentg Miss Pauline Roffe, Elementary School Supervisor. ASSISTANTS TO THE SUPERI TE DE Elementary and high school expansion and educational testing programs demand able ad' ministrators-and that is what Superintendent of Schools John H. Tyson has in his three assistants: George W. Hoehler, Mary L. Lukens, and Pauline E. Roife. Between them they boast 56 years of service to Upper Darby's school district. Mr. Hoehler succeeds Lewis O. Goas, who left for Washington February 27 :to further national civilian defense preparations. Prior to Mr. Hoehler's appointment, Mr. Goas had completed making specif fications for all equipment, supplies, and materials necessary for building UD Townships two new elementary schools. Mr. Hoehler now has charge of filling specifications for over two million dollars worth of high school additions now under construcf tion. Mr. Hoehler arrived in UDHS in 1925 after graduating from Williamson Trade School and ob' taining an M.A. and B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania and an M.E. from Drexel Institute of Technology. In September of last year, he was ap' pointed head of the Industrial Arts Department. Miss Lukens supervises township :tests and measurements and special educational placements. Seniors should recall her proctoring their I.Q. and comprehension examinations in the auditorium. An Upper Darby resident from birth, Miss Lukens at' tended and obtained her B.A. from Swarthmore and an M.A. from the University of Pennsylvania. She subsequently taught in Monmouth, New Jersey, and Middleton Township, Delaware County, until her arrival at Upper Darby in 1923. Supervisor of Elementary Schools, Miss Roffe, came to UD in 1938 after serving in this same capacity in Altoona, Pa. Upon graduation from Lock Haven State Teachers College, she attended Columbia University where she obtained her B.A. and M.A. degrees. Miss Roffe supervises the selec' tion of textbooks and the course of study in the twelve elementary schools in this district. She also observes the progress of the new personnel and co' ordinates the teaching methods so they will be uni' form in all the grade schools. Twentyfsix PRI CIPAL Although personal contact has been limited to a small number of students, most of us have enjoyed pleasant, casual meetings with our principal, Dr. James E. Nancarrow. His enthusiastic interest in all student projects and activities has been curtailed by his many pressing obligations as principal of such a large high school. Dr. Nancarrow's favorite project, the Leadership Development Program, went into eifect for a trial period this year. The plan has proved a success and will be continued next year. Dr. Nancarrow believes that Upper Darby has one of the best balanced prof grams of outside activities in the nation. In his infrequent spare moments, our principal tries to catch up on the latest developments in school life. All phases of student activity interest him, but he particularly enjoys sports, for he is an enthusif astic hunter and fisherman. Gardening is another favorite outdoor activity Dr. Nancarrow's chief regret is that this heavy duties prevent him from knowing each student inf dividually, but the members of the Class of 1951 will always remember him as an important part of their life at Upper Darby. DR. JAMES E. NANCARROW Bob Abbott, injured in play, is assisted from the field by his father and Dr. Nancarrow. Sealed: Mr Holmes, Miss Lukens, Mr. Andersen, Mr. Stevens, Miss Foster, Miss Mallon, Mr. Goas, Mr. Tyson, Second Row: Miss Weil, Miss Reed, Miss Miller, Mrs. Hup, Miss Kingsley, Mrs. Slick, Mrs. Danehower, Miss Weimer, Miss Noble, Third Row: Mr. Wood, Mr. Grimmett, Mr. Wike, Mr. Noel, Miss Bosler, Miss Leaman, Miss Bassett, Fourth Row: Mr. Loeb, Mr. Culver, Mr. Lower, Mr. McDonnell, Mr. Bernardino, Mr. LeCates, Mr. Stermer, Mr. Williams, Fifth Row: Mr. Harer, Mr. Forsgard, Mr. Packer, Mr. Hoehler, Mr. Kehl, Mr. Hartman. Twentyfeight W ,z iw? wa? ,, f, Q .45 W f y New YY EE ,A 0 gg E six' wwf Q A. ,fi if n 3 2 ww hug ffm fa Q! M3 Ms-:Q my ' A mi' 12.5 wiv ,Wy F CULTY LI T ADMINISTRATION james Edward Nancarrow, Principal, B.S., M.A., D.Ed. Charles W. Holmes, Registrar, B.A., M.A. Zita E. Mallon, Dean of Girls, S.N.S., B.S. Ralph M. Andersen, Dean of Boys, B.D., B.S., M.S. Mary L. Lukens, Educational Measurements, B.A., M.A. Stanley F. Twoes, Director of Attendance, B.S., M.A. Ruth A. Leaman, Librarian, B.Ph. M. Ruth Bassett, Assistant Librarian, B.S., M.S. ENGLISH Edith Gaukrodger, B.A., M.A, Helen M. Ferree, B.A., B.Pd., M.A. Carl M. Hamsher, B.A., M.A. xMer1e 1. Koch, B.A., M.A. Murray C. Miller, B.A. Charles H. Morris, B.A. x Helen M. Mowry, B.A., M.S. xPaul K. Noel, B.A., M.A. Frieda E. Reed, B.A., M A. Anne M. Slick, B.A. Maizie G. Weil, B.S. Frances F. Weimer, B.A., M.A. Margaret N. Yerkes, B.A. Mary Virginia Hague, Speech Instructor, B.S., M.Ed. HISTORY Qjohn S. Billingslea, B.A., M.A. X Helen S. Abrams, B.A., M.A. Charles M. Brooke, B.A. Paul Coffey, B.A., M.A. M. Randolph Grimmett, Ph.B,, M.Ed. Clayton K. Shenk, B.S., M.Ed. Harold C. Thompson, B.S. Harry R. Wike, B.S., M.Ed. Charles L. Wood, B.D., M.A. COMMERCIAL X Thomas I. Milne, B.C.S. N, Peter E. Bernardino, B.S., M.Ed. KEdna M. Danehower, B.S., M.S. Fred G. Forsgard, B.S., M.Ed. Pearl E. Garen, B.S., M.Ed. Frances G. Hup, B.S. Lucretia M. Kerr, B. S. Charles E. King, B.S. Fenn Minacci, B.S. Joseph E. Rhile, B.S., M.S. Sarah I. Richards Nan M. Scott, B.S. MATHEMATICS Xxyohn Diehl, B.A., M.A. Robert N. Hartman, B.A., M.A. R. Paul LeCates, B.S. Carroll R. McDonnell, B.S. Dean E. Shull, B.S. Stanley F. Twoes, B.S., M.A. Roy W. Wolfgang, B.S. Thirty SCIENCE McKinley H. Stevens, B.A., M.S. Ivon E. Culver, B.S., M.S. Edwin L. Harer, B.A. William S. Kehl, B.A., M.A., B.D. I George G. Lower, B.S., M.A. NXFloyd H. Neff, B.A., M.A. Chelsey G. Remley, B.S., M.S Emma H. Sommerfleld, B.S., M.A. Edson C. Strange, B.S., M.S. FOREIGN LANGUAGE Mary A. Taylor, B.A., M.A. Charlotte S. Chrisman, B.A., M.A. Carl L. Clugston, B.A. X Alice M. Goodman, B.A., M.Ed. cX?Agnes B. Grunberg, B.A., B.S., M.A. 'X E. Lucile Noble, B.A., M.A. joseph E. Stermer, B.A. PHYSICAL EDUCATION . Herbert S. Herzog, B.S., M.S. XE. Virginia Bosler, B.S. Fred R. Loeb, B.S., M.S. Carson J. Thompson, B.S., M.Ed. xg Anna J. Westervelt, B.S. fLeave of Absencej XElizabeth F. Williams, Bs., M.S. Alma G. Wolstenholme, School Nurse, R.N. HOME ECONOMICS Lydia Foster, fRetired Oct. 1, 1950, Ruth I. Breese, B.S. Alice M. Huston, B.S. Julia S. Miller, B.S., M.S. ,Q A MUSIC FII?-David D. M. Haupt, Bs., M.A., D.Mus. gT'Clyde R. Dengler, B.S., M.S., D.Mus. XRobert A. Doane, B.S., M.S. INDUSTRIAL ARTS George W. Hoehler, B.S., M.S., M.E. 5-Eugene R, Maelhorn, B.S. Arthur W. Packer Anchor L. Williams, B.S. fMilitary Service, ART Elizabeth Kingsley, B.F.A., M.F.A. 1 2 3 4 5 Thmyfone Mr. Diehl dons a derby for the Senior Party. Miss Garen presents an umbrella to Miss Foster at a farewell tea while Miss Scott, Miss Richards, Miss Kerr, Miss Mowry, and Mr. Milne look on. A girls' hockey game attracts the attention of Mr. Holmes and Mr. Smedley. Dr. Dengler emcees the Songs and Cheers Contest. Mrs. Westervelt with her offspring, Tommy and Westy. 1. Down on the farm with Mr. Hater and his dog. 2. Mr. Doane leads the Royal band between halves as Lois Durst twirls her baton. 3. Mr. Loeb and Mr. Harold Thompson watch a critical play in a football game. 4. Faiculty members congregate at a well-known student meeting p ace. 5. Mrs. Slick aids in the ground breaking ceremonies. Thirtyftwo d M Mr Herzog and Miss Goodman don western attire for the Miss Mallon skilfully applies a shoulder ban age to rs. . Wolstenholme. junior Class party. Mr. Miller chatting with friends at the Lansdowne football The perplexities of first aid are mastered by some of the male game. members of the U.D. faculty. Mr. Coffey holds the attention of parents attending Back to School Night. ne-4 aft' X sxezu. ,,. ,Y gi lie -Q ' u .L .' fi as f. tif Q , Upidites each year in h practice tea h are fortunate . aving c ers from local colleges bring the latest teaching methods to them. In this Way, cadets gain a backflo f g o experience th prove inv l at will a uable when th ey ultimately b teachers Mo t ecome . s of these men and Women have already completed f our years of l structio b co lege in' n, ut before graduation, one of their sen' semester e ior year must b d e evoted to stud teaching. Cadets serving their this en apprenticeship s year represented th e University of Penn' sylvania, Temple University, Villanova Colf lege, West Chester State Teachers College, and Drexel Institute of Technology. While "on the hill," the cadets are super' vised by Miss Zita E. Mallon, dean of girls, and are under the direct guidance of an indif vidual teacher. For the first portion of their semester at Upper Darby, student teachers observe the classroom procedure of their ref spective assigned teacher. Following this period, each cadet is given complete charge of a class for a month, during which time he must assume the full responsibilities of a reg' ular teacher. Besides his classroom work, the student teacher is usually given at least one non' teaching assignment involving work in the library, infirmary, study hall, or clerical work in the attendance oihce or the dean Upper-Front Row: S. Williams, J. Shultz, D Moz S. Ward, C. Kruseng Second R B. Barsk . enter, ow: E. Fogler, A. Laen, y, R. Graham, Third Row: J. Halkins, E. Jacoby, H. Harbage, M. Wartenberg. Lower-Front Row: L. R ' D. . Hang, E Rein Weber' Seca d . sch, M. Fenimore, , n Row: J. Geppi, P. Singewald, C. Swiren, M. Auerbach, A. Harcl - ' Dzamko L. H' ' erode, Thzrd Row: M. , arrmgton, E. Miley, J. Swered R , . Supper. Thifrtyffour s' office. t .G si -4.5 1. if i a - ' ft af f . , 'iw- 1. 3 . fe frm ., t H P ti l ii nf 5 8 ill if v , , ,di it 1 sz Q. That familiar clicking of typewriters from early morning until late afternoon is the trade mark of U. D.'s hardfworking secretaries, who help make life on the hill run more smoothly. They help students and teachers alike by keeping an accurate record of en' rollment, grades, courses, and personal his' tories. Other duties include recording invenf tory reports, answering the telephone, and mimeographing copies of school notices. Miss Elizabeth B. Longacre, Mrs. Betty jo Apple, and Miss Imogene Rupprecht, who are assigned to the superintendents office, help Mr. Tyson with the supervising of the functions of the school district. Mrs. Eliza' beth Paxton is assigned to Mr. Goas as his personal secretary. Aiding Dr. Nancarrow are Miss Dorothy E. Cole and Miss Romany Craig. Other secretaries include Miss Walda Cor' riston, who is assigned to Mr. Holmes, reg' istrarg Mrs. Margaret H. Boyd, who super' vises the high school office, and Mrs. Thelma C. Malin, who has charge of the Activities Fund. It is evident that the functioning of the administration would -be impossible without the help of our eilicient, friendly secretaries. Secretaries who keep UD's administration run- nmg smoothly include Mrs. Appel, Mrs. Paxton, Miss Rupprechtg Mrs. Malin, Miss Craig, Miss Cole Miss Corriston, Mrs. Boyd. CAFETERI The twentyftvvo cent platters that many Upidites take for granted are a product of much planning and preparation. Under the able direction of Mrs. Anne D. Snyder, the staff of nine Women starts early in the morn' ing to prepare the sandwiches, soup, salads, platters, and desserts that the students and teachers eat from 11:45 to l:l5. The platters, subsidized by the government, are planned so that the buyer will have a tasty, nutritious, and adequate meal at the lowest possible cost to him. Proof of the popularity of the cafe' teria's food is the long lines of anxious stu' dents at lunchtime. Again this year the daily menus have been printed in The Acorn and on the cafeteria blackboard, both of which have helped to increase sales. Mrs. Paige and Mrs. Uting are kept busy estimating the food needed to feed U.D.'s hungry students and faculty. Top: Candy is always a must after lunchg Howard Hugo pays Mrs Jones for his 22 cent platter. Center: Mrs. Snyder, head of the culinary staff, checks the week,s menug Mrs. Devitt adjusts the oven. Lower: Mrs. Palmer, Mrs. Elberson, and Mrs. Schlichter prove that too many cooks improve the broth. Dudley King ready to clean a roomy Dave Lewis, head janitor, checks on the heatg Alfred Field repairing linoleum in the infirmaryg Richard Noll drilling in the cafeteria wallg Pat Finnarty helping to line up the bleachers. Miss Long accurately records the instructions of Mr. Butterworth, the efficient supervisor of the maintenance men. Ever need a bolt, light hulh, pair of pliers, monkeyfwrench, seat adjusted, locker sawed open, or a window shade fixed? Naturally the first person you look for is the janitor. The maintenance staff, under the direction of Charles W. Butterworth, superintendent of huildings and grounds, and Dave Lewis, head janitor, has the enormous task of keeping the school and grounds in tipftop operating condition. Prohahly their higgest job is sweep' ing the dirt and dust from the inside of the huilding. Countless other duties range from moving hleachers, repairing radiators, mowing lawns, clipping hedges, shoveling snow and directing parking, to marking the athletic field, stacking dishes in the cafeteria, looking for misplaced keys, and chasing mice, ln fact, it may he said, that if George can't do it, the maintenance department can, and will do it with a smile. AI TENANCE ACTIVITIES I. i X-5.53 3 , QQ? if S' '::.:2 Q'SS5u?f si- Q 11 QF 4 :5.,:.::g , wif W ,P Eg f--H--- , .wif A -5: :: Q.: 5 L, :- . 2: , 9 1 X is is 2 3' . 'H 5' K. ge is F lf' W K K g wwwfil 5 , A 4, , 'lx A- . -1 Q 7 ' ""' - fa- " "vi ' 1' ,IIQ ' ""' 2 f " ' gg , I .::g2zZf' 1 x nz ' 'y N 9 aa? 2 ' 5 ., x 5 g Qmgtg , gg if m K, f fa dl Q gi I1 3 , f 6 if f fi fgi gf , '-2 :1 :ll- - 5 MW " i W 1? ff ' " " - ,, 34 impair' ,VV W? Q S2 ff ' :Ff5. ?:5-5 Z' ' Q4 ' z,-We - ik, f , V, J t N V- Q wg , ,M va uw W, . Q f , ,, ,. a y 5 , 3 iifggggga f , E ' Q agwg p ' .... A if A, " " 'fi' 5 7 ,..,? ll V 5? W " 6 ?'Sf .V 521 5 ,ms QL f mf , SIHMMQ ,ig 3 fisg ,Q Rf X z Sl hx sw wg W , M M Y 2i?nWWW1sMwm 15 Y 4 .Mm iw Www WW Mwfwwsv ,f , A W A ,xx r ,wx lx " vw., w,,..,+.a A W ,f QJ,,Tg2igg1SiMmgy H J Front Row: Weaver, Pennypacker, Minzes, Hutchinson, J. Henn, Minster, Hoiland, Haabestad, Clark, Scalzetti, R. Schumacher, Hess, B. Miller, McElfresh, Mathews, Second Row: Miss Mallon, Cullen, Martin, Burkholder, Blessing, Pittinos, Beardsley, Hilton, Makos, Olson, Tarleton, R. Kennedy, Payoinseck, DeGeorge, Rowell, Lyon, G. Kennedy, Chadwick, Miss Noble, Third Row: Padula, Ackerman, Grupe, Rosen, Hackmaster, Happersett, Dawkins, Dantzer, Mr. Andersen, Alexander, Blythe, Naegely, Hirsch, Owens, D. Jones, J. Schumacher, R. Jones, Fourth Row: Fromm, D'iFiori, Boehringer, Leety, Hickman, Crate, Hugo, R. Henn, Ellison, Ballora, Hartmire, Dean, Huifard, Shull, Burke, Dugan. The principal purpose of the Student Council, as stated in its Constitution, 'ishall be to promote the best interests of the school and to foster a spirit of cooperation between the student and the teacher." The Council of 195051 has attempted to carry out this purpose by sponsoring many worthwhile activf ities. Among these activities were Bundle Day, which provided clothing for the needy Navajo Indians, and the organization of a Leaders' Group for the purpose of maintaining cleanliness and order in the cafeteria. They also sponsored the afterfgame basketball dances, sold refreshments at the football games, and sent three representatives to each of the suburban council meetings at Wilmington, Spring' field, and Sharon Hill. These activities were carried out under the leader' ship of officers for both semesters-President Bud Haabestad, VicefPresident joel Minster, Secretary Shirley Hoiland, Treasurer jack Henn, and Sergeant' atfarms Rowland Hutchinson. The oihcers, Student Council advisers Miss Mallon, Miss Noble, and Mr. Andersen, and the chairmen of the five standing committees form the Executive Committee, which meets on alternate Thursday mornings. Its purpose is to recommend ideas to the Council and to cooperate with the larger group in fulfilling these plans. Through their meet' ings, Council memhers have tried to act indirectly for the student body. Forty Council officers for both semesters-Treasurer Jack Henn, Vice-President Joel Minster, Secre- tary Shirley Holland, Sergeant-at-arms Rowland Hutchinson, President Bud Haabestad . . . Miss Mallon, adviser, administers the oath of oflice to Joel Minster during the installation ceremonies . . . Cynthia Tomasulo, Miss Noble, and Nora Daldy prepare hot dogs for the hungry crowd at half-time . . . Joel Minster and Gill Boehringer assist the U.D. dummy from the stage after the Haverford pep rally. Rowland Hutchinson, Bob jones, and Jack Hackmaster supervise . . . Hugo, Minster, Tarleton, Haabestad, Hickman, Olson, Hoiland, and Hutchinson display a small portion of the clothing collected for the Navajo Indians. Fnrtyfone For the lirst time in U. D.'s history, the OAK literary staff was composed of both seniors and juniors. This arrangement enabled the juniors to realize the work involved and to make plans for their yearbook. Work of the stall includes writing the material and deciding the color and layout of the book. Candidates for the stall appeared last spring to decide on the cover, but the final group wasn't chosen until the fall of 1950. Their work com' menced with the writing of fall sport stories and ended this spring with the distribution of the QAK. Under the guidance of Paul K. Noel, Carl M, Hamsher, and EditorfinfChief Gretta Payonseck, this year's stall has attempted to produce an accurate record of the class of '51, OAK LITERARY STAFF AND PHOTOGRAPHERS OAK Literary Staff-Seated: Wargny, Keesey, Hovsep- ian, Adams, Garnett, Robertsg Standing: Eller, Parry, McQuaid, Cowing, Foseid, Puyoou, Crawford, Griswold, Friday, Dietze. OAK photographers receiving their assignments from adviser Hoehler are Gargas, Kile, Shull, Hollander, Tindall. Yearbook advisers, Mr. Hamsher and Mr. Noel, and Gretta Payonseck, editor, examine the Oak dummy. Oak Art Staff-Sealed: Krebs, art editor Melcher, DeCostag Standing: Callahan, Rasmussen, Loysen, Light, Kehl, Bond. THE ACOR X , x Front Row: Brenner, Cale, Larson, Rasmussen, Moskowitz, Minzes, Fraps, Hendrixson, Paul, Matthews, Buck, Hewson, editor-in-chief Grupe, Lipsettg Second Row: Bowman, Bickford, Glassmire, Hanford. Walton, Crawford, Beissel, Shure, Tarleton, Gabriel, Cobb, Happersett, Shullg Third Row: Greene, Kile, Elliot, Henry, Leary, Struth, Wield, Rowell, Lineberry, Mc- Elfresh, Boehringerg Fourth Row: Freedman, Flynn, Daldy, Rosen, Haines, Kennedy, Tilton, Blumstein, Davies, Jascourt. Under the competent guidance of Editorfin-Chief Wzirreii Grupe. The Acorn staff has endeavored to produce an accurate record of the activities concern' ing Upper Darby High School life. This record is published weekly in a newspaper which reaches students. faculty members, and parents. The paper again added to its prestige by winning first place honors from the PSPA, one of five in the state to merit such a rating, as well as :Medalist rating from the CSPA and being defending titalist in the Temple Tournament. With the assistance of the editorial board and numerous reporters, Mrs. Carroll S. Slick. adviser, has made it possible for The Acorn to again stand among the finest high school papers. Left-ACORN EDITORIAL BOARD-Front Row: Del Rossi, Buck, editor-in-chief Grupe, Fraps, Hendrixsong Second Row: Brenner, Cale, Rasmussen, Bauers, Lipsett. Right-ACORN ART STAFF-Seated: Loysen, art editor Rasmussen, Katz, Standing: Bond, Marshall, Compton, Morris, Kehl, Melcher. THE UPI-D Front Row: McCrea, Collinsg Second Row: Hampel, editor-in-chief Pennypacker, Huber, Miss Gaukr-odgergThird Row: Wike, Friedmann, Keesey, Housemang Fourth Row: Holzmueller, Kauffman, Blessing, Vowler. The UpifDal1, Upper Darby's semifannual mag' azine, is the oldest of this high school's publications, having been established in 1916 as the U.D.H.S. It reflects high school life in original stories, essays, poems, and art work, and also honors eight out' standing seniors in the Fidelis section. This year, under the faculty supervision of Miss Edith Gaukrodger, the 1951 issues followed in the footsteps of former prizefwinning editions. The january issue featured "The Boys' Home Journal" with all stories, comments, and poems written by boys. It was a fine example of the work done by editorfinfchief Jeanne Pennypacker, art editor Mary jane Kehl, and their staffs. The literary staff is always anxious to receive manuscripts from students who are not members of the staff. The job of the staff is to read this work very carefully, criticize it, and decide on its value for printing. With such excellent work, 1951 promises to be another prizefwinning year for the UpifDah. Upi-Dah Art Staff- Seated: Callahan, art editor Kehl, Bondg Standing: Rasmussen, Loysen, Melcher, Gratz, Marshall, De- Costa. Miss Edith Gaukrodger, adviser, and Jeanne Penny- packer, editor, formu- late ideas for the winter issue of the Upi-Dah. Front Row' Secretary Wolf, Tubbs, manager 1VloH'itt, Eberhardtg Second Row: Ulmer, Blythe, Eck, Girard, Hoshabjiang Third Row Yonker, Buono, Romano, president Bauers, Barr, Fourth Row Sherwood, Miss Kerr, Miller, Powers, Brennecke. Much of the success of Upper Darby's publif cations can be accredited to the hard-working senior girls on the Publications Typing Staff. The members spend long hours after school typing manuscripts for all three publications. The Staff is composed of 18 girls, nine of whom meet Monday, the other nine, Tuesday. Two girls are on the late shift each night, taking turns so that each girl stays late about once a month. Duty on the regular shift lasts until 4:30, while the late girls work until nearly 7 o'clock. Many study periods are also devoted to the task of typing manu' scripts for the UpifDah and QAK. The officers this year are Carol Bauers, president, Jean Moflit, manager, and Loretta Wolf, secretary. The girls are directed and aided by Miss Lucretia Kerr. Front Row: Del Rossi, Garverichg Second Ron' Smith Shields, McKibbing Third Row: Scheehle, 0"Neill Sease, Fourth Row: Ebright, Rahauser, Beardsleyg F1 th Row Gibble, Fennerg Standing: Daebeler, Lyon, Mitchell Burrows, Mr. Shenk. The importance of the students behind the budget of our three school publications, The Acorn, Upif Dah, and the OAK, is often overlooked. These people form the Publications Business Staff and are responsible for its financial success. The twenty members are supervised by Mr. Clayton K. Shenk and directed by business mane ager Rosalie Del Rossi, advertising manager Bar' bara Smith, circulation manager Sylvia Shields, and assistants Betty O'Neill and Ruth Garverich. Among the duties of the staff are the solicitation of advertisements, one of their primary sources of income, and the distribution of The Acorn to the advertisers. The staff supports the sale of publica' tions in the homerooms and has charge of the senior class pictures, making individual appointments and controlling all financial arrangements. Fortyffive HIGHLIGHT OF MUS Representing U.D. in District Band were Ruth Taub, Raymond Friday, Bill Bickford, Jim Borst, and John Crawford. U.D.'s representative in District Orchestra: Front Row: Beissel, Friday, Smedley, Matthias, Second Row: Friday, Crawford. f .7 140 ,Y , l 2 Q 3 U.D.'s representative in District chorus: Front Row: Binns, Ramsclale, Nelson, Mallory, Second Row: Max- well, O'Neill. Participating in special programs were: Front Row: Rutter, Kehl, Shute, Ramsdale, Siegfried, Nelson, McCaf- frey, Second Row: Price, Woodworth, Mangigian, D'Orazio, Mallory, Third Row: Friday, Fromm, Turner, Fourth Row: Matthias, Haabestad, Knapp, Mollard. The talented accompanists of the Choral Club and A Cappella Choir, Bob Greene and Gini Siegfried. C PPELL Circle: Dr. Dengler conducts a few warm-up exercises. Front Row: Mathews, Ramer, Paul, Moffat, Romano, Link, Clark, Fithian, Hoffman, Shure, Dr. Dengler, Burfeind, P'orreca, Durst, Glassmire, Ferguson, Binns, Fraps, Hewson, O',Neill, Walton, Second Row: Tinclall, Duey, Frazier, Long, Myers, Bauers, Eberhardt, Frey, McQuaid, D'Orazio, Collins, Hallam, Adams, Cowing, Rutter, Lloyd, Price, Payonseck, Van Sciver, Nixon, Third Row: Jacobs, Beckley, Graziano, Fritz, McCaifrey, Priestly, Ball, Marshall, Woodworth, Turner, LaMon, Scalzetti, McCall, Fromm, Parker, Nelson, Siegfried, Kehl, Holmes, Bevan, Greene, Weerg Fourth Row: Mangigian, Gratz, Hunter, Mollard, Matthias, Kerr, E. Brown, Stottler, W. Hugo, HL Hugo, Knapp, Waldron, Haabestad, Maxwell, Ramsdale, C. Brown, Rodgers. Lower picture: The choir rehearses informally for its concert with the University Glee Club. The A Cappella Choir, directed by Dr. Clyde R. Dengler, continued to add to Upper Darhy's outstanding musical reputation. First highlight of a hright year was the group's performance hefore the principals of Pennsylvania high schools at Harrishurg. Besides its performances in both Junior High and Senior High School assemblies, the choir participated in several exchange programs with Yeadon and Radnor High Schools. Among other items on the roster were the Paul Whitemzin TV Show, and the University Glee Cluh Spring Concert. Because of the difficulty involved in trans' porting all 84 memhers to every engagement, a sixteen voice group was chosen to perform at small functions under the direction of President George Mangigian. For the first time, the choir sponsored a dance, The Shamrock Swing, which was regarded a success hy all who attended. lt is hoped that such a dance might hecome a yearly occurrence. 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MSS., Nw..-s ' X fx aff' . .., ,,, 1 9 w....4 ,ii jf ' ORCHE TR Left-Strings-Front Row: Matthias, Kallenbach, Mr- Quistan, Semon, Holmes, Second Row: Wright, Tubbs, Greenberg, Pelly, Mares, Reamer, St. John, King, Legge, Wisneski, Flynn, Rahauser, Weerg Third Row: Fenner, Erikson, Mr. Doane, Mollard, Williams, Right-Wind Section-Front Row: Bickford, Greene, Mitchell, Friday, Woodworth, Second Row: Schenkel, D'Alesio, Snyder, Murphy, Everett, Smedleyg Third Row: Dunn, Heisel- moyer, Smith, Dietze, Harner, Crawford, Knowles. The Royal orchestra, under the capable leadership of Mr. Robert A. Doane, has made great strides this year because of the increased size of the string section and the more complete instrumentation. This group offers excellent opportunities to those students who are interested in more serious musical compositions and who play an orchestral instrument with a certain amount of skill. The orchestra is divided into two sections: the strings and the brassfpercussion ensemble, each of which rehearses sepaf rately twice a week. The entire orchestra rehearses together once a week. Highlighting the years performances were the Christmas concert, a Mothers Discussion group program, a program for the junior high school students, the AllfSchool Show, instrumental night, and several assembly programs. Those members who were fortunate enough to merit positions in the Southeastern District Orchestra were Barbara Beissel, William Bickford, Jay Crawford, Raymond Friday, Robert Matthias, and Jean Smedley. Upper Darby can well afford to be proud of its concert and marching band of 1951. In the fall, Upidites viewed the band's new uniforms, final payment for which was made in December, 1950. More' over, the band made an outstanding showing at the University of Pennsylvania Cultural Olympics Band Festival, in which approximately twenty bands of the greater Philadelphia area participated. The judges rated Royal bandmen tops in both marching and musical excellence. The major reason for the band's fine performance was the very excellent and capable leadership of banclmaster Robert A. Doane. The full band played at many concerts during the year. Highlights of the season were the concert with the orchestra and a trip to Atlantic City. Representing Upper Darby in the 1951 Southeastern District Band were William Bickford, Jim Borst, Jay Crawford, Hans Dietze, Ruth Taub, and Raymond Friday. Left: Color Guard-C. Timmons, Hughes Lee Hunter Anderson, Laub, Jorgensen, Legge Smith Rxght Twirlers-Kneeling-Van Leer, P. Timmons, Standing Miller, Haelle, Haly, Rebok, Durst AN font Row: Case, Heiselmoyer, Quirk, Inowlesg Second Row: St. George, J. iorst, Kisela, Donato, D'Alesio, Everett, Dawkins, Smedley, MacKnight, Berguido, forekin, Brock, Sessinger, Bragg, Third low: Belden, Caterson, Blumstein, Lap- nin, Mitchell, Greene, Woodworth, Stall- mirh, Stiff, Brockmeyer, Ackiss, Wargny, Farleton, Bickfordg Fourth Row: Grivas, iriday, Johnson, Ruane, Copeland, Ford- lam, Doyle, Kline, Rosnof, Altimore, iraung Fifth Row: Karnbach Ackerman, ipringfield, Rogers, J. Smith, Jones, Mc- Irea, R. Smith, Harner, Caviness, Sridgens, Crawford, Cucinotta, P. Borst, Sehrleg Sixth Row: Mr. Doane, Swartz, 'llaelle, Haly, Van Leer, Miller, P. Tim- nons, Rebok, Durst, Dietze, C. Timmons, 'Iughes, Lee, Hunter, Anderson, Laub, orgensen, Legge, McCleave. r CAST: W Mama MARILYN WILLIAMS . Jalee A - , s A DALE PENROD -- Emmai A MARJORIEV ROYE ii Brendle WILLIAM HUGO ' A Mrs. Yoder eq Lois PARRY 1125. BETTINA BELPONTE a rss D 5 H .Papa 'RICHARD SWART ,Understudy p DOROTHY ,CHILDS Q iisliaiient Directors ROBERTA HOCHMAN DONALD KERR i l IS is 'DALL IU IDR PL Y Dick Swart appears surprised at the addition of the telephone which Marilyn Williams is using. Dale Penrod, Midge Roye, and Bill Hugo share in the confusion. Dale Penrod receives the blame from Dick Swart for the milk pitcher that Midge Roye broke. Marilyn Williams looks on. Upper: Stage crew members Minster, Cavallo, manager DeRose, Knorr, and DeVries prepare the set for the productiong Midge Roye and Dale Penrod complain of Papais treatment to Marilyn Williams. Center: Lois Parry tries in vain to keep herself from telling Dick Swart and Marilyn Williams of Emma's trip to Lancaster. Lower: Marilyn Williams praises her son, Dale Penrod, in the presence of Bettina Bellefonte. -r as 4 "' .s.. is ld .4 Q' s 1 00 gs 4 ,wave :sql Sw 1 'W x I X J,-s, S . , nov' Cyl gf 1 ..,.. ,.. g "i f , , V r After seven weeks of intense rehearsing, six thespians from the Class of l952 stepped before U. D.'s fcotlights to bring to life Patterson Greene's humorous play, "Papa ls All." Staged April 20 and 21, the play was an excellent folk comedy about the Pennsylvania Dutch of Lancaster County, deal- ing specifically with the various personal episodes in the life of a typical Mennonite household, the Aukamp family. Under the peerless guidance of Miss Frieda E. Read and with the able assistance cf Mr. William Kehl, the cast was able to perfect the difficult "upstate" dialect so as to authentically reproduce the many amusing incidents of the play. The scene of the production took place in the Aukamp's kitchen, which was designed by Miss Maizie G. Weil and constructed by the industrious members of the stage crew, 2,3 l PYGM L10 The many long hours spent by both cast and stage crew resulted in an outstanding presenf tation of the late George Bernard Shaw's comedy, Pygmalion. Under the able direction of Frieda E. Reid and Maizie G. Weil, thesf pians were able to master the difficult English dialects required, and the stage crew to create the realistic sets, from a cathedral doorway on a rainy London evening to a wellfappointed drawing room. The story is that of a Cockney flower girl who becomes a lady under the tutelage of a professor of phonetics and a retired Army oilicer. While all of the parts were wellfplayed, the most memorable performances were given by leads Anne Janda and Joel Minster. The various play committees also deserve special praise for their part in making Pygmalion such a resounding success. 1. An interview between Joel Minster and Anne Janda holds the interest of the entire cast. 2. Anne Janda fascinates listeners with her newly- found conversational ability. 3. Dale Owens laments his fate to Shirley Hoiland. 4. Warren Stottler hands a light bulb to Marilyn Koke while the other stagehands work in- dustriously on the set of Pygmalion. 5. Anne Janda's dialect is analyzed to the interest of a group of bystanders. 6. Dale Owens and Anne Janda argue vocifer- ously in the laboratory of Professor Higgins. I :1 M Kneeling: Burkholder, Tuckwood, Jacobs, Wardg Standing: Pianists Gini Siegfried and Bob Greene. Buck, Moskowitz, Minzes, Smith. The French Maids-Collins, Edwards, Kowalzyk, Nicola, Caswell, Ebright, Frey, Long, Casciato. The Silvertones Pat Nelson, Ellie Shute, z Fiftyfsix Jeanette D'Orazio tell how they feel about n1 :Wd 3 Queen Barbara Hughes and King Warren Grupe surrounded by their court. Harmonettes Pat McQuaid, Joy Mallory, and Mary jane Kehl U.D.,s own barbershop quartette: Matthias, Mollard, Haabestad, Knapp. Fiftyfseven An overflow crowd took a trip to the Mardi Gras on March 2 and 3 as Upper Darby presented its seventh annual Allf School Show under the direction of Miss Emma H. Sommerield. The scene was laid in the heart of New Orleans, the corner of St. Charles and Canal Streets, The emeees were Sue Aberle, the Cute Little Devilg Bill Bickford, King of Patchesg and Jack Vkfoodworth, the Grand Sultan. The beautiful Queen of the Mardi Gras was Barbara Hughes, whose toeftap routine made her the student body's overwhelming choice for this honor. Warren Grupe, as King Rex, crowned Barbara in the most impressive coronation ceremony ever prof duced. Assisting the principals were various vocal and instrumental solos and duets, dance routines, and novelty acts, The set' tings lent a festive air to the entire proeeedf ings, and the stage erew worked eflieiently, resulting in one of the smoothest perform' anees ever given at Upper Darby. The Mzxrdi Gras set a standard which will be hard to match in future years. JS? Gretta Payonseck Betty Blythe Rosalie Del Rossi MAYD Y May Day has long been the outstanding tradition of Upper Darby High School. Every year, hundreds of alumni return to witness this annual contest, climax of the rivalry between the Purple and the Gold. In addition to the drill and marching contests, iiniwhieh the entire student body participates, there 'are numerous other tests of physical skill and strength. The variety and excitement of the lviay Day program makes it the event of the year. "May Day also offers one of the greatest honors that an Upper Darby girl can win, the position of May Queen. The May Queen is traditionally a senior who has distinguished herself by her loyalty to U.D. This year, from a list of 19 candidates, the senior class voted Courtenay Lenhard this high honor, The May Queen's Court was composed of -Betty Blythe, Audrey Cale, Rosalie Del Rossi, Barbara Earl, Shirley Hoiland, Anne janda, Gretta Payonseck, joan Romano, Joyce Porreca and Doris Tuckwood. This year's color contest was close, as always, and May Day, 1951 proved to be one of the most exciting programs of its kind ever held. Q Ks Shirley Hoiland as Anne Janda J ,... . .fb .J u 45 , , af Barbara Earl ,r. --v D v Audrey Cale Joan Romano Joyce Porreca Doris Tuckwood BOYS' HI-Y GIRLS' HI-Y WORLD AFFAIRS FORUM Among the outstanding service clubs in the school is the Boys' HifY, Club activities include ushering at football games, patrolling the halls, and promotf ing the annual HifY dance, this year held on Saturday, March 10. The club, advised by Carson J, Thompson, consists of about fortyflive members who are chosen for their service to the school. The ofhcers of the club were President Dale Owens, VicefPresident Sam Huffard, Assistant Vice-President Gene Harris, Secretary George jackson, and Treasurer Dave Leathem. Members of the Girls' HifY can be seen busily running errands, answering the telephone in the main office, and helping visitors at the Information Desk every day that school is in session. Special projects this year included the sponsoring of the Lost and Found auction, repairing dolls for underprivileged children, col' lecting cards to send to the Childrens Heart Hospital, ushering at school activf ities, and presenting the annual dance with the Boys' HifY. The officers were Theora Minzes, president: Shirley Hoiland, vicefpresidentg Anne janda, secretary: and Dottie Smoker, treasurer. The Girls' HifY is under the able direction of Miss Edith Gaukrodger. Boys Hi-Y members Owens, Grupe, and Hi-Y guide Ellie Shute explains sophomore Boehringer help maintain order at a foot- activities to Virginia Vincent and Shirley ball game. Limeburner. Always one of Upper Darby's IUOSE active clubs. the World Affairs Forum Hnished up another successful year by participating in the annual Student Mun' icipal Government Day. Under the guidance of Paul Coffey, the club acted as the school's delegation at the Temple Forum, At their bifweekly meetings, members discussed international, national, and local problems of interest to them. Several Forums were also presented in the various assemblies. The oflicers were john Lipsett, presidentg jim Light, vicef presidentg jan Moskowitz, secretary, and Tom Griswold, treasurer. Paul Merriken lectures at a World Affairs Forum Meeting. - ith Clokey and Miriam Powers stamp out Larry Orens, Joe Pikuski, and Tom Gayley Harriet Schwindt and Jeanette D Orazio 0 5 adjust the movie projector. wrap a bundle of cancer bandages LIBRARY VISUAL AIDS FIRST AID AND Under the guidance of assistant librar' ian Miss M. Ruth Bassett, the Library Club has had a wellfrounded schedule of work and play. The various procedures necessary in the processing of new books, besides the regular duties of maintaining a smoothly run library have occupied most of the time of club members. On the social agenda, activities, such as a hot dog roast, Christmas party, and Mother and Daughter tea, have provided en' joyable diversion for the girls. Officers for l95'0f5'1 included President Miriam Powers. Viceflgresident lvlarion Bolay. Secretary Janet Andrews. and Treasurer Edith Clokey. The Visual Aids Club has been under the able guidance of George G, Lower during the absence of Vaughan K. Smith. Members, who are trained to operate all of the school's movie and slide projection equipment, give much of their free time to the setting up and operating of the projectors in the classrooms. ln addition to their work during school hours, the boys render service to other clubs and outside organizations. The club was guided this year by President Bob Alexander, Vice' President Ed Vvfiglield, Secretary Dick Snyder. and Treasurer Vwfarren Stotiler. SOCIAL SERVICE The First Aid and Social Service Club is an organization for girls interested in nursing and in social work. Under the supervision of Mrs. Alma G. Wolsteiif holme and Jeanette DlOrazio, president, the members of the club help in the inlirmary. aid the handicapped. and sell ribbons for May Day. Activities this year included a Christmas party for children from St. Vincentis Home, making cancer surgical dressings, and a visit to the Cverbrook School for the Blind. Qther officers included VicefPresident janet Unger, Secretary Harriet Schxvindt, and Treasurer Deborah Damon. jane Goodline examines a statue while Mary Uhlmann, Owens, Alexander, Daebeler, and Vivian Hanford and Suzanne Glassmire dis Tricker sketches the model. Roye portray a scene from A Child is Born. play Tay Wistalvanls coat of arms. BEAUX ARTS NATIONAL THESPIANS TAY WISTALVAN The weekly meetings of the Beaux Arts Cluh gave aspiring artists a chance to try their hand at sketching live models and still life. Heading the agenda oi the club was a trip to the Philadelphia Art Ivluseum late in january, Climaxing the year's activities, was an exhibit of the work of all of the cluh members. at which time, prizes were awarded for outstanding work. Barbara Gratz was the clulfs eflicient president. She was assisted hy VicefPresideiit Harriet Hendler, Secretary .ludy Marshall, and Treasurer Rosemary DeCosta, Miss Elizaheth S. Kingsley is the faculty sponsor. Golciiloclqs and the Three Beam, the main production of Troupe 1000 of the National Thespian Society, was largely attended hy the children of Upper Darhy Township, Regular monthly cluh meetings featured plays presented hy different cluh members, and on one occasion a lighting demonstration was conducted hy Vv'arren Stottler and Frank Vv'eidemann. Miss Frieda E. Reed and Miss Maizie G. Weil were the capahle sponsors of the organif zation. Cluh ollicers included President Dale Owens, Viceflpresident -loel Minster. Secretary Vivian Hanford, and Treasurer glean De'vries. Attending a performance ol' Cole Porter's new hit, Out of This Wrrrld, at the Shuhert Theater, highlighted the list of activities of Tay Wistalvari during the 1950-51 cluh season. The monthly meetf ings featured literary quizzes, eharades, and discussions on literary works ol' im' portance. A play, Oeertones, was given by the new members at the Novemher meeting. ln the spring the girls held their annual IvlotherfandfDaughter tea. The cluh oflicers were President Vivian Hanford, Vicefpresident Sylvia lvlorrison, Secretary Jan Moskowitz, and Treasurer Suzanne Glassmire. The club was sponf sored hy Miss Frances F. Vvleimer. SPANISH GERMAN CLUB FRENCH CLUB The Spanish Club, under the supervision of Mr. Carl L. Clugston, tries to fulnll its pledge "to create an active interest in the use of the Spanish language" by conducting the major part of its monthly meetings in Spanish. Movies and dis' cussions dealing with topics of interest to a student of Spanish were presented at the regular meetings, while the February meeting was highlighted by a spelling bee won by sophomore, Lynne Church. The officers of the 195031 club were Presif dent Betty Ferguson, Vice'President Lois Crawford, Secretaries Barbara Burkholder and Sue Sadler, and Treasurer Carol Kaestner. .ois Crawford and Betty Ferguson display me of the points of interest in South America. Varied games employing numbers and points of grammar provided amusement for the twelve members of the German Club as well as having a definite educa- tional value. Under the presidency of Matt Scalzetti and the sponsorship of Miss Agnes Grunberg, the club members col' lected clothing for needy families in Gerf many. Also included in the bifweekly meetings were discussions, conducted en' tirely in German, which gave students a better understanding of the language and provided a good background for the annual German prize. Other club officers were VicefPresident June Fraps, Secretary Anne -landa, and Treasurer Hans Deitze. Plays, puppet shows, skits, movies, games, musical selections, and talks high' lighted the monthly meetings of the French Club. Among the club projects this year was the sending of a CARE package to a needy French minister and his family. The club advisers, Miss Mary A. Taylor and Miss Charlotte Chrisman, sponsored the collecting of old, but usable clothes for the same family. A donation was also made to the Red Feather charities. The officers of the club were President jeanne Cale, VicefPresident John Crawford, Secretary Carolyn Buck, and Treasurer Betsy Johnston. Hans Dietze and Matt Scalzetti attempt a Jay Crawford and Ruth Apatotf present a difficult translation. talk on noted cities of France. LATIN LEEUWENHOEK STEINMETZ Each year the Latin Club. under the guidance ol' Miss E. Lucille Nohle, prof vides students with many activities sup- plementary to their scholastic studies. This year cluh memhers gave several costumed plays. one of which was written hy sophomore .ludy Gearhart. The cluh traveled to the Fels Planetarium during Latin XVeek, and at one of the monthly meetings viewed slides of Roman Britain. taken hy Miss Nohle While she was an exchange teacher in England. Cluh ollicers included President Barhara Smith, Vicefpresident Sylvia Morrisoii, Secretary Dorothy Thompson. and Treasurer Joyce Nlitchell. Ronny Wallace, Sue Hoffman, and Dick Swart rehearse their lines for a Latin Club play. Under the sponsorship of lvlr. Floyd H. Neil, the Leeuwenhoeli Cluh was the medium ol' interesting and varied prof grams for its members. Time at meetings was devoted to cleaning microscopes. talks hy prospective memhers and guest speakers. and the viewing of slides, A trip was taken to the Medical School at Temple University. The 1950951 ollicers ol the cluh. whose maximum membership is lifteen. were President Tony Nlarhefka. VicefPresident Barbara Smith. Secretary The project oi' the Steinmet: Scientific Society, music in the calietcria, was nor put into effect until alter the Christmas holiday as oflicial permission was not secured until that time Many favorable comments have issued lirom hoth faculty memher3 and students concerning this undertaking, and it is hoped that such a system might be installed in the cafeteria ol' the new school. The cluh is sponsored hy lvon C. Culver and is directed hy President Hans Dietze, Vice-President SNC Gli1F5mlT'C- and TWHSUYCI' MUTE' Matt Scalzetti, SecretaryfTreasurer Tom Clillffl VV'i1I'gI15'. Griswold. and Historian Ernest Brown. Tony Marhefka explains the microscope Tom Griswold, Hans Dietze, and Mat while Barbara Smith keeps order. Scalzetti examine the club's amplifier arbara Berger, Barbara Burlcholder, and Jeanne Stallsmith, Kathy Schafer, and Joan Dave Chambers explains a club chart as oan Jacobs reconstruct a human jaw. Jacobs test a chemical balance. Tom Jeffery and Dave Leathem look on HIPPOCRATES ASTROPHYCHEM AGRICULTURE The Hippocrates Club with Miss Emma H. Sommerfield as sponsor was organized for the purpose of giving the student who is interested in medicine an opportunity to become more familiar with it. This year the club, under the presidency of Barbara Burkholder, accomplished this purpose by touring the Overbrook School for the Blind, guided by a partially blind student, and making scrapbooks for the Children's Heart Hospital. Cther officers included Vice-President Joan Jacobs, Secretary Barbara Berger and Treasurer Suzanne Loux. Astrophychem, under the direction of lvon C. Culver, had a very successful sophomore year. Serving her second year as president was Jeanne Stallsmith, ably assisted by VicefPresident Lavonne Clson, Secretary Ellie Shute, and Treasurer Jeanette D'Orazio. Club programs feaf tured Dr. Faith LeVelle, who gave an interesting lecture on human embryology: Henry Adams, of the weather bureau, who talked on meteorologyg and Dr. Spitz, the inventor of a portable plane' tarium, who demonstrated and talked on that subject. Scientific movies once a month were also featured. Highlighting the activities of the Agri' culture Club this year were several Held trips, one to the Pennsylvania State Farm Show in Harrisburg and another to the Curnsey breeders' show. The purpose of this club is to provide a means by which boys enrolled in agriculture classes may further their interest in this field. Work' ing with Mr. Chelsey G. Remley, the faculty adviser of the group, were the l950f5l club ofhcers: President Tom Jeffrey, Vice-President David Leathem, and Secretaryffreasurer Kirk Leatherman. ,pf GIRLS' BOWLING Capably guided by Miss Ruth Breese, the Girls' Bowling Club met every Thurs' day afternoon at the Drexel Hill Play' house. The girls participated in a series of team intramurals which developed sportsmanship and improved the bowling averages of its members. The yearly high' spot of the club's activities was the banquet held in the late spring at which time the oflicers for the following year were announced. Guiding the club through the 1950-51 season were Presif dent Betty Ferguson, VicefPresident Jeanette Tindall, Secretary Ioan Jacobs, and Treasurer Barbara Ross. BOYS, BOWLING The Boys' Bowling Club continued to be one of UD's most popular clubs. The thirty members were guided by faculty adviser William Malehorn, President Joe McCall, VicefPresident Ken Lake, Club Secretary Dick Beech, team and corresf ponding Secretary Neil Kyde, and Treaf surer Bill Davis. Matches were held with Lower Merion, Friends' Central, Overbrook, Frankford, and Lansdowne. The bowling team was composed of the club members with the highest averages, those members this year being joe McCall, Dick Beech, Bill Davis, Guy Erickson, and Neil Kyde. Dinny johnson bowls a strike in a pre- Team members examine the latest scores match practice, of the match in progress. .. . do - l Irene Beardsley and Janet Roderick in firing Joan LaKarnafeaux rings up a sale. position. RIFLE DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION The main function of the Rifle Club is the training of students for the Rifle Team. Club members receive complete instructions on the operation and care of a rifle, and are also given the opporf tunity to participate in intramural com' petitions, such as the Thanksgiving Turf key Shoot, won this year by Bill Happer- sett, the team captain. Both the club and the team are directed and coached by Charles L. World. The ofhcers for the 195041 year were President Bruce Menke, Secretary Lynn Johnson, and Treasurer Walter Hertler. Room 16 is the homeroom of all students enrolled in the Distributive Education course. lt is also the scene of their club activities under the presidency of Nancy Hoffman and sponsorship of Joseph E. Rhile. Activities for this year included a win' tcr fashion show, given in junior assembly, and trips to various manufacturing and distributing companies. In the spring, some of the club mem' hers visit junior homerooms in order to interest them in the course. VICTORY BELUNCS TO THE MOST PERSEVERINC FCOTBALL U. D. gridmen ended the season this year by falling before the Fords of Haverf ford 19fO in the annual Thanksgiving Day game. Although they lost every game, sparked by their able captain, Jack Henn, and small but mighty Dick Fritz., the Royals gave us many thrills during the season as was shown in the hardffought Lansdowne game and again in the Haverford clash. This hardflighting team was ably coached by Fred Loeb and assistants Harold Thompson, Robert Hartman, Carson Thompson, and Joseph Rhile. The Gheris trophy for U. D.'s most popular player was awarded to Ted Collins. The coaches named Dick Fritz the most valuable player. Front Row: Hughes, Paolone, Fritz, Snow, Closkey, Rosen, Bevan, Leetyg Second Row: Bjorklund, Lloyd, Adelizzi, Snyder, captain J. Henn, DiFiori, Haabestad, Abbott, Ellisong Third Row: Hirsch, R. Henn, Crate, Collins, Chapis, O'Brien, Worthington, Cahill, Mahoney, Mieder, Gauntlett, Mol- lard, manager Uhlman, Barrieg Fourth Row: Reynolds, Bisciotti, Friedberg, Moon, Hulfard, Lee, Faulkner, Park. . L l ugffifnffl' mf, W ,-if 5 I W, in if ft' L . ie y. -' 'Q-. V - x Q, gf., 5, 'l' H54ff.i.,,, W ge .,., Lena... Defi-J .f e pa, , 4... , grae: fxil: -1355+ f .Q ., is if ft' it W ff is-3451 W' if Egffgxssgssff ' Eff J - 'f' , if '55 '- F-at-Y s. VARSITY F 1950 Vi U.D. -' :V I p. Lancaster .............,.,,.,... 0 2 Ridley Township ....... 13 il Chester .....,.........,.... 6 Lansdowne ...,....,. ......... 8 Fi? Abington ........, ........ ' F57 , 'Q ii, Lower Merion , .......... ' Cheltenhamf .,..,. , ..... I it-if " 212 Downingtoxlm .,........'..... 7 265 Haverford .l ......,....,... ...... 0 1 S' . - .2 Total ...,. .........,.. j ......, 54 219 QQ Top Left: Coaches Robert Hartman, Carson Thompson, Fred Loeb, Harold Thompson, and Joseph Rhile. Top Right: Center and captain of the 1950 squad, Jack Henn. Bottom: Haabestad stretches desperately for the pigskin in the Lansdowne clash. JAYVEE FOOTBALL 1950 U.D. Opp. Ridley Township .,,,,. 6 12 Chester ..,,............,.......,... 12 0 Lansdolwne ......... .. 6 6 Abington ......,,..., .. 0 18 Lower Merion ..., ...... 0 19 Total ,..,.,.... ..,.. 2 4 55 if YE ff ht, fs -1. f'V'em 4. , . li sf if . ia T' ' E V, rla.il..iEE'? lr J Front Row: Pesto, Riedel, Gran- dizio, Lichtenfeld, Padula, Klebart, Thomas, Drumheller, Duranteg Standing: Coach C. Thompson, Heverly, Smith, Mieder, Moses, Shute, Adelizzi, Snyder, Coach Rhile. Upper: Royal defender tackles opponent as his blocker tries to stave off three other Royals. Lower: Frank Snyder and Bill Shute rush in to help their team- mate down a Lower Merion opponent. Upper Darby's Junior Varsity Football team brought home one victory during the 1950 season by defeating Chester to the tune of 12fO in the second game of its season. The jayvee gridders lost their first clash to Ridley Township, tied their third with Lansdowne, and bowed before their last two opponents, Abington 18fO and Lower Merion 19fO. Under the expert instruction of coaches Robert Hartman, Joseph Rhile, and Carson Thompson, the jayvee squad serves as a training club in which the boys learn the rudiments of the game in preparation for positions on the varsity team. The boys, managed by sophomore William Brown, elected a new captain for each game. The coaches feel that this year's team will give added impetus to the '51 varsity squad. Upper: Co-captain Merriken sprints by Upper Darby observers at the District I Meet. Center: Bob Matz and Dave Barney sprint home together. Lower: Gazelle-like George Jackson at the Cobbs Creek Park Run. l nrney, co-captain co-captain Mer- ond' Row: Coach Miller, Chambers, Leathem, Mc- Call, adviser Strangeg Third Row: Managers Chatten and Matthias. CROSS COUNTRY Cofcaptained by standout performers, George Jackson and Paul Merriken, the Royal harriers completed the 1950 season by remaining undefeated in dual meet competition. They further showed their ability by placing second in the District I and Marcus Hook Invitational Meets and ninth in the State run. The loss, at graduation, of Merriken, Jackson, and Bob Wilson, who paced the Royals in the District I and State Championship Meets, will be sorely felt. The success of the squad is attributed to the excellent coaching of Murray C. Miller and Edson C. Strange, coupled with the drive and enthusiasm displayed by the boys themselves. VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY 1950 U.D. Opp. Lower Mei-ion .,.. ,............ 1 5 50 Norristown ....., 17 42 Cheltenham ..,.. 20 41 Abington i..... 23 34 Chmter . ......., 20 40 Haverford . . . 26 29 Total . ....,..,... ..,... 1 21 236 District Meet .......,., .............,..... 2 nd Place State Meet ,..,...,.,....... .....,.......,... 9t h Place Marcus Hook Meet .,.. ,...,..2nd Place Total ....,,... District Meet JAYVEE CROSS COUNTRY 1950 U .D Lower Merion .4... .,......,. . .. 15 N orristown ,....... .. 18 Cheltenham .4..... . .. 1 5 Abington .,,... . , . 19 Chester .,,.,..... ,.. 15 Haverford ..,... ..,... 1 8 . ...... 100 .CROSS COUNTRY Upholding its tradition of superior performance, the jayvee cross country team of 1951, better known as Bernardinds Bombshells, climaxed a perfect season by taking first place in the District I Cham- pionship Run. This record is particularly outstand' ing as the Lower Merion, Cheltenham, and Chester meets were won by perfect scores. The ability of the jayvee squad, combined with that of the three returning varsity lettermen, is expected to result in another championship varsity in 1951. jayvee runners who will participate next fall are juniors Dale Boyd, Hugh jascourt, and jim Kennedy, and sophomores Paul Ballora, Bill Jackson, Jim Pentimall, Harry Rogers, and Homer Weaver. U. D. jayvees have been chalking up outstanding records for the past ten years and now need only one win to bring the total of victories in dual meet competition during the past decade to an even iifty. The boys were coached this year by Peter E. Bernardino. .. . .. First Place Opp. 48 48 75 70 1 1 1 62 ..-..- 414 Upper: jayvee harrier, Tom Jeffery, followed by teammate Homer Weaver at Cobbs Creek Park. Lower: Mr. Miller rushes to aid novice race winner, Homer Weaver. Front Row: Haines, DeTurk, Bencker, Rodgers, Eilberg, Jeffery, Weaver, Layman, Otten, Dawkins, Payer, Kline, jascourtg Second Row: Coach Miller, manager Vogel, manager Kuntz, Hackmaster, Schenkel, Ballora, Brook- over, Saunders, Pentimall, Braun, Burroughs, Feldpush, Baltz, Law, Keeler, manager Kennedy, manager Morgan, coach Bernardino, Third Row: Smith, Boyd, Jackson, Hickman, Gisel, Caras, Baur. :ww 1 41- , , "Q:-'N-' "-esta.,-1 ,,, t A ' ef ' ii L it 'fx ' -t , b A M4-f i 1 I ' ' ' fum, ,mug 3v:rw,::"' 'fs A we AY T e ff'-"R 'fa '32 Aalr. wx! .M K. -1: , i ef M' 5 -JJ if fa f ar ' i Aff . af e i? . 2' l:i'v,af,'-7,5511-, A .W-w. .,,1 rev,-' . gf? V ,W M ' If jf L ' .fi Z' ,ei2Fff1f1ga1Qfia 5:51, . 1 VL, ,t XA if f L ,H f,, i , , V 1 ENI1-.,,, 4 3 L wx , 1 3 WA . 1, 1 . I i 'JZ l A-su..-w4..1.i.Q ,,.,, 1 ,X W.. W socclik 0 1950 - '55 U.D. Opp. Haverford Preparatory ......., 2 0 John Bartram ....,....,..,.,......... 2 1 Abington ,.,........,... ,..,., ,.... 1 2 Lower Merion ..,,... ..... 0 4 Haverford ,........, .,.. 2 1 Abington ....,....... .... 2 2 Lower Merion ....... ..... 0 1 Haverford . ..,,.. .... 1 2 Total ,.... ....... 1 0 13 Sam Wilson, elected captain 'by the '49 squad, led the Royal soccer eleven through a betterfthanfaverage season. Although they completed the season with a record of three wins, four losses, and one tie, total scoring shows that their opponents held only a three point margin over U. D.'s ten points. Twelve boys will -be lost at graduation, leaving ra nucleus of eight experienced players for next year. Especially missed will be Gill Boehringer, a U. D. representative on the AllfSuburban team, and Ray Polachek, high scorer. junior Bob Dracup, a two year AllfSuburban position holder, will remain as a valuable asset to next year's squad. In the allfimportant Purple and Gold tussel, Golds emerged victorious 533. Fran! Row: Manager King, Loflin, Knorr, Slawter, Jones, Whitman, Hardick, Dolbow, Walker, Second Row: Robinson, Dracup, Woodworth, Pusey, captain Wilson, Hamilton, Huntsman, Boehringer, Rodgers, Cianciarulog Third Row: Mr. Herzog, Taraba, Polachek, Breslin, Swanson, Schmucker, Holmes, Leatherman, Martino, Shull, Endriss, Pikuski, Coach Milne. Left: Bob Dracup successfully traps the ball in the Abington tilt. Center: "Heads up" ball being played by Kirk Leatherman and a Haverford opponent. Right: In a practice game, Laird Huntsman boots one high in the air while Bob Cianciarulo waits his turn. 1 as S E 5 'N Nd Front Row: Kennedy, Blessing, cap- tain J. Porreca, Richards, Standing: B 0, Sherk, Sutherland, Copes, uon A. Porreca, Earl, manager Clark. CHEERLEADER w1ehg,,iaeaf1Fg5g,gif gold skirts, and the Gold Pfominefifiv games. Tliesten 1 lisquad ' fthe en' nisnn to victory an ep spurred they tea thusiasm ofiflloyal rooterrswagvaw AVA- peak throughout the sports S6El,SOl1S.,.5"T'i' "'l 7 'A i' L Q ' ' X!,. heerleaders Led by senior, Porreca, were always hand to stimulafeifyepyiat rallies, assembly programs, and the 'aiinual Songs and Cheers Contest. 23: i ' V The girls, selected by a board of jl.ldg9S at closely contested tryouts lield early each fall, were under the direction of coach Charles E. Brooke. Joan Clark capably handled the responsibilities of I'll2l1'1Elf1CI'. ur d A Porreca Richards, Upper: Cheerlea ers . , Blessing, Sherk, Buono, captain J. Porreca, l d and Copes lead Kennedy, Earl, Suther an , Royals in "two bits, four bits" Center: Spectators follow the cheerleaders in the traditional after-game Alma Mater. Lower: ld e sters stir up enthusiasm Purple and Go p p at the first indoor Haverford pep rally. ik HOCKEY Seated: Hart, B. Nliller, Copes, Rebok Davison, Tuckwoodg Kneeling' C tain L h . ap- en ardg Standing: Coach Bos- ler, Hewson Smok , er, Hentschel Kammerer Smedl , ey, Cale, Hiltonz J. Miller, manager Crawford. Topfnotch Royalette sticksters had their eifo rewarded when late in the 1950 season their pra tice and game site was moved from th ld he brand rts justly c e o soccer field to t new hockey Held near the tennis courts. Captained by right halfback, Courtenay Lenhard and coached by Miss E. Virf ginia Bosler, the girls attained an outstanding record of four wins, two ties, and two losses, with their victory over Swarthf more being the first in twentyfone years. Tina Hilton, right inner, was high scorer, and center halfback, Doris Tuckwood, was selected most valuable player of the year. Loi apa le varsity manager. The '51 captain will be elected in the fall. s s Crawford was the c b VARSITY 1950 HOCKEY U .D. Opp. Sharon Hill ..... ...,.,....... . . . Lower Marion ,. 2 1 Radnor . . . . . 1 1 Haverford .,,,.. ..,.. 1 0 Lansdowne .....,. ..... 0 2 Yeadon .....,.,,., .4.. 2 2 Norristown ,.... 4.,. 2 0 Swarthmore ..,. .... 2 1 Total ..... ..,...4,.4.......... .........., 10 9 Upper: Jean Smedle I y unges toward her opponent while Tina Hilton and Dottie Smoker wait for action to come their way. Lower: Tina Hilton and Ardy Copes attempt to retrieve the ball from a Lower Merion opponent as Doris Tuckwood rushes in to aid them. 1 The 1950 jayvee hockey squad, coached by Miss E. Virginia Bosler and playing the same interscholastic sched- ule as the varsity team, finished a highly successful season with a record of live victories and three ties. The primary aim of this group is to train the girls in the intricacies of the game and make them eligible for the varsity of the following year. Devoting every afternoon to practice, the girls worked hard to achieve this goal. Captained by junior Joan Haly, the team was spurred to victory by the high scoring of Judy Vogt, with four goals to her credit, and Jean McDonnell, who tallied three. Jayvee managers were Eileen Gibble, Barbara Blumstein, and Margie Harbeck, one of Whom will return as varsity manager next fall. JAYVEE HOCKEY 1950 U.D. Opp. Sharon Hill ...,.,.,,. 0 0 Lower Merion ..... ..... 3 0 Radnor ............. ..... 1 1 Haverford .... ..,.. 1 0 Lansdowne ..,, ..... 4 0 Yeadon ...... .. 1 0 Norristown .... .. .. 1 0 Swarthmore .. ..... 1 1 Total .... ,.,., 1 2 2 Seated: Cale, Livingston, captain Haly, Streander, Jeanne Vogtg Standing: Coach Bosler, Kennedy, Judy Vogt, Williams, McDonnell, Holmes, Tarleton, Reed. Upper: Jayvee sticksters rush in to assist their team- mate. Lower: Gwen Kennedy scoops the ball away from the waiting stick of a Yeadon opponent. ASKETB LL RH VARSITY BASKETBALL U.D. Opp Haverford School ..,.,., 61 44 Lansdowne ...,,....,... . 49 57 Radnor ,..,..,.... ..,.. 4 3 55 Cheltenham ..,,, 54 5 1 Lower Merion ,.... 51 57 Haverford 34 52 Chester . .4.. .. 39 41 Norristown .. 26 55 Abington . ,..... 65 45 Cheltenham ........ 46 35 Lower Merion .,...,. 34 64 Haverford .......... 42 61 Chester ......,... 6 ....,, 4 9 60 Norristown .,.,,....' , Q.. 50 61 Ridley Township ...... 53 54 Lansdowne ,.,.,........ 66 58 Abington ............ 59 48 Kneeling: Co-captains Haabestad and Glad- ix "t4' f'g,i..53,fqg3l ,4,.,,, ,,,,,. 3 15 837 1 stoneg Standingg First Row: Hartmire, J. i , i Schumacher, Sensenig, Campbell, Cahillg 1H', ' Second Row: Ellison, R. Schumacher, Harris, Mr. Wike, Fleagle, Park. The Royals finished a rather disappointing season with an overall record of 6 wins and 11 losses. In league competition the Purple and Gold warriors, under the tutelage of Harry R. Wike, managed to win four while dropping eight. U. D. wound up in fifth place in Suburban l. High scorers for the Upidites were co-captains Don Gladstone and Bud Haabestad, and Clyde Fleagle. Haabestad featured mostly jump shots from around the foul circle, while Gladstone showed ex- ceptional skill from the outside with long set shots. Fleagle used his height to a scoring advantage under the boards. U. D. climaxed the season by tripping Abington and Lansdowne, The closest game of the season was a 5463 loss to Ridley Township. The deciding goal was scored with only one second remaining. In post season competition, the Royals placed second in a field of 16 in the annual Kiwanis Tournament. Left: Co-Captain Bud Haabesrad up in the air over a shot. Center: Don Gladstone! '51 co- captain, sinks another for U.D. Right: Dick Cahill drops one in the basket while Haabestad keeps an eye on proceedings. The junior varsity basketball team climaxed its season by downing Abington 36 to 35. Although the squad lost l d eeven an won six of their seventeen games, coach Robert Hartman feels that the b ment at the end of the season by defeating three teams in a row: Ridley Township, Lansdowne, and Abington, Inexperif ence took its toll at the beginning of the year, but as the season progressed, the boys, gaining confidence and courage b , , . ecame hardened veterans. Mr. Hartman feels that this some' what offsets the Royal defeats earlier in -the year. The boys will undoubtedly make splendid replacements next winter for h . t e seniors graduating from the varsity team and we ho e , I P to hear great things of them in the future. Those members of the team who merited the oys showed a tremendous improve' junior varsity letter awards were Robert Martino, Al Cooke, Richard Hughes Richard Bowman, 'Larry Solar, William McCaffery, Fred Weer, and ack Townsend. Upper: Al Cooke skilfully evad es an opponent while Del Park waits to I join in the melee. Lower. Bob Martino ' lays one up for the jayvee cagers. Kneeling: Mr. Hartman, manager Baurg Stand- ingg Front Row: Martino, Cook, Nunn, Morris, JAYVEE BASKETBALL Solar, Heislerg Second Row: Weer, Saunders, U.D. Opp. Hughes, Mcffalfery, MacDonald. Haverford School 27 28 Radnor ...........,..,. 22 28 Lansdowne ......, 28 11 Cheltenham .,.. 24 23 Lower Merion ...,.. 18 31 Haverford .... 20 27 Chester , ,.... 26 42 Norristown .... 25 43 Abington ....... 20 22 Cheltenham ....., 30 36 Lower Merion ...,.,. 33 37 Haverford ....,... 26 41 Chester ,..,,.,....... 28 24 Norristown .,......... 33 39 Ridley Township ,..., .... 3 8 21 Lansdowne ............ 29 15 Abington ..,.. 36 35 Total ...... 453 503 VARSITY GIRLS' BASKETBALL 1950-5 1 U .D. Opp. Springfield .... ,,.,............. 4 0 18 Norristown ..,.... ..,. 2 9 3 1 Radnor ,.,.....,. , , , 34 34 Haverford .... 4... 3 1 34 Yeadon ............. .... 4 7 26 Lower Merion ..... ..,. 2 0 32 Lansdowne ,...,... .,. 36 30 Swarthmore .. .... 44 23 Total ...,. ....... 2 8 1 228 Tina Hilton gets the tap-off. Kneeling: Smoker, Miller, Richards, captain Cale, Vogt, Balk, Blytheg Standing: Manager Hanford, Hilton, Lenhard, Lloyd, Martin, Johnson, Miss Williams. Closing the 1950151 campaign with a rush, the varsity cagers set a blistering late season pace, to drop their last 'two rivals, Lansdowne and Swarthmore. Led by defensive stalwart and cap-tain, Audrey Cale, the Royal' ettes finished with a record of four wins, three losses, and one tie, thus reversing last year's slate and giving them their best showing in the past three seasons. The spirited charges of Miss Elizabeth Williams showed ex' ceptional drive and determination, possibly due to the greatly inf creased support of the student body. In her third season of varsity ball for the Purple and Gold, Audrey Cale came through with an outstanding show of allfaround prowess and merited the Most Valuf able Player award at a post season ceremony. Others on the varsity roster were seniors Courtenay Lenhard, Ann Lloyd, Joan Martin, Dottie Smoker, and Judy Vogt, juniors Tina Hilton, Eileen Johnson, and Janet Richards, and sophomore Alice Balk. Left: In a scramble with two opponents an Upidite cager strives to hold the ball while Tina Hilton waits for a pass. Right: Janet Richards tries unsuccessfully to gain the ball from her opponent. The jayvee squad ended a marvelous season with a record of eight wins and no defeats and a grand total of 291 points against the 174 points scored by opposing teams. Although the girls, who are mostly sophomores, began the year as a very inexperienced group, they developed into a team that averaged a fifteenfpoint victory in every game. The final game of the season, which placed two undefeated junior varsity teams against each other, was the season's hardest tussle, and U. D. barely edged Swarthmore by three ipoints. The girls easily defeated Yeadon by 25 points, Lansdowne by 23 points, and Lower Merion by 18 points. Highfscorer June Olsen, captain Nancy Angulo, and outstanding guards enabled the team to maintain such a fine record. Coach Elizabeth Williams has developed a cooperative and hardfworking team that will be valuable in future varsity games. X ' is 1 1 V, VY, I ,' ,Q B V. K AA 0 . 31 , . 1 is L 1. I 1 Z 1- U 6 - ' ' l mf V If Kneeling: Copes, captain Angulo, Davisong Standing: Manager Smedley, Holmes, Olsen, Daldy, Mitchell, Andrews, Moore, manager Miller. JAYVEE BASKETBALL l 1950-5 1 U .D. Opp. Springfield ,................,,...,. 27 19 Norristown 39 23 Radnor ....... .... 4 0 30 Haverford ,.,.. ... 39 25 Yeadon ............ . . , 41 16 Lower Merion ..... 45 27 Lansdowne .... ..,. 3 7 14 Swarthmore ,..... ... 23 20 Total ..... .,..... 2 9 1 1 74 June Olsen rallies again to in- crease her high-scoring record. Margie Andrews attempts to shoulder aside her Haverford opponent in order to gain pos- session of the ball. Kneeling: McCall, Dawkinsg Sealed: Boyd, Jones, co-captains DiFiori and Fromm, Chambers, Padulag Standing: Manager Graziano, Barney, Closkey, J. Henn, Bjorklund, R. Henn, Kline, Mr. Bernardino. The Royal wrestlers, led by eofcaptains john DiFiori and Frank Fromm and coached by Peter E. Bernardino. swept to their fifth undefeated season and the Suburban Championship by winning eight straight in the 1951 campaign. Pacing the grapplers was Ed Dawkins, unbeaten 103 pounder, who VARSITY WRESTLING Springfield ,... Haverford . . . Abington . . . Lansdowne .,.. . Episcopal ...... Yeadon .........,.. .. Lower Merion Cheltenham Total , U.D. 40 22 18 27 34 48 26 25 240 Opp 13 zo 17 13 9 0 9 16 97 retained the team scoring lead by notching 34 points and extended his con- secutive win streak to 19. Dawkins was closely pressed for scoring honors by Fromm who scored 31 and also sported a spotless record. Both boys gained district and regional titles but were eliminated in the opening round of State Championship competition. Top Left: jack Henn, de- spite resistance, tightens his hold on McClean of Lower Merion. Top Right: Dave Chambers applies a "cruci- fix" to an unlucky Yeadon opponent. Bottom Left: Frank Fromm, co-captain, with a "navy-ride" on Guliano of Haverford. Bot- tom Right: Keezel of Lower Merion winces as Art McCall applies a "cross face" hold. Kneeling: Vogt, Bermang Seated: Graham, Snyder, Heverly, Ackermang Standing: Floyd, Tarkanian, Shea, MacKnight, Adelizzi, manager Ackiss. JAYVEE WRESTLING U.D. Opp. Hill School ....................,..,,.., 10 33 Lower Merion .,.... ..,.. 1 0 36 Haverford ...,..... ...,. 9 27 Lansdowne ...... ..... 2 7 19 Total ....... ..... 5 6 115 With the prospect of a victoryless sea' son staring them in the face after three straight losses, the junior varsity matmen rose to praiseworthy heights to defeat the scrappy Lansdowne aggregation in the sea' son Hnale. The grapplers combined two pins, two forfeits, a decision, and a tie to down the Lords 27119, having suffered losses at the hands of Hill School, Lower Merion, and Haverford. With a big gap to iill in next year's varsity, due to the loss of a wealth of talent at graduation, the jayvees will be counted on heavily to retain the coveted Suburban Championship. Upper: Dale Boyd applies a "wiz- ard" to Mike Vogt in a practice tussle. Lower: Coach Bernardino pauses for a moment during a lecture to the jayvee grapplers. RIFLE Front Row: Mr. Wood, Roder- ick, Beardsley, captain W. Happersett, Johnson, Menkeg Second Row: J. Happersett, Clifford, Johns, Masterman, Wright, Schriner, Hertler. 1 - .1 f-U . S ' ,fsri Upper Darby's li-ttle publicized, but highly capable rifle team has again brought home the honors. This year the team blasted its vvay to the top to become the Southeastern Pennsylvania Inter' scholastic Rifle District Champion, as well as the Winner of the District I Championship of the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Rifle Association. The team also won the title of Eastern Pennsylvania Champions, which qualified them for 'the State Championship com' petition at State College. Aside from 'team competitions, an individual match was held, sponsored by the Southeastern Rifle Association. Winner of this match was senior Bruce Menke with Bob Wright, also a senior, coming in third. This year's 'team was composed largely of juniors and sophof mores, with only four seniors in the ranks. Despite the many new' comers, coach 'Charles L. Wood, with the assistance of captain Bill Happersett, was able to whip up a squad which continued to uphold U.D.'s superior record in marksmanship. Left: Bruce Menke and Bob Wright watch closely as Mr. Wood gives team captain, Bill Happersett, some pointers. Center: Wally Hertler and Bill Happersett seemed pleased with the results. Right: Bruce Menke "sighting in" on one of her teammates. Hwzfgg-,gwx :X KI Z, .QI ,MQ N fn'-I ALS' gen - In 1fI!:I2:i'? f H 2, I IW ,, 'Jn I' '- ,. 'ilazhi w.jf2IfIv LI ,QI , n-I'I1s!z., 'n 'wi Aa, ,R I, w,I, k Lg: 1, w I - ww W 5' 5 1 5 ki , khknk JM 'Q f P 1 . 1 N rx Z age, I? I f 'ff 5? K 2 :E 5' ' 1525 F ' 1 fi. Q-J. I I As I ,Izfi 5 ,. I Q :In em -,5,,. gL:f-WI I W, mf :Z VI . I, , . ,, ggi. , ,sw m d -Xa f m is " ff 6, K 7 4,31 ff I ' ' yi , ib L E YQ If 0 ff ? I 4 H2 J 4 32 I, Y I. f ' II ,I5f4.IIII , .I I 2 4 r yi it 'lf .- 1 '2 7 - KI I , 7 W 2, 5 'fist 4 L iff, ,I w we 4 5551 3, Ab 2. Iain, I M Z W vb '1eIsf1LIL4IzM 23 Q With six returning lettermen in the starting lineup, Coach Carson Thompson's spirited diamond men stand an excellent chance of duplicating last year's Suburban I championship. Early spring practices brought out over one hundred candidates, from which a wellfcoordinated, smoothfru-nning group was created. Sparked by cofcaptains Art Ehlers and Gene Harris, the squad compiled a six game winning streak which was finally broken by a heart' VARSITY BASEBALL SCHEDULE Front Row: Manager King, Thompson, Cahill, McCaffery, Marhefka, Hilde- brandt, co-captains Ehlers and Harris, Mostardo, Fritz, Rosen, Breslin, Van Nest, manager Keytanjiang Second Row: Coach Thompson, Grames, Solar, Carr, McCash, Rust, Evans, Endriss, Funk, Blair, Woodall, Abbott, Wolfer, manager Kerr. breaking loss to Norristown 1-0 when U.D. batsmen were held hitless. Starring both in the field and at bat have been Seniors Harris, Tony Marhefka, and juniors Bill McCaffery and Art Mostardo. Dick Fritz, Bob Abbott, Leon Wolfer have been capably covering the -outfield, while Dick Cahill has faultlessly covered the third base bag. Heading the pitching department have been cofcaptain Art Ehlers and junior Neil Rosen. AS LLl,.,,1 Yeadon ....................... .........,..,.,..,,..,...,...... A way Ridley Township .....,.,..,.............,..,.,....,..,., Home Lower Merion ,,......, ..... A way Abington ,,,,....... ...,...,, H ome Haverford ..,,... ,, , ,,,,, Home Chester .,.....,.., ,...., A way Norristown .,., , ......... Away Cheltenham ..,. ....,.,., H ome Lansdowne .,.... ....., A way Abiflgffm ------ ,,..... A way Haverford ,..... ....... A way Chester ,..,.,...... .......,, H ome Norristown .,..... ,,,,,,,,, H ome Cheltenham ...,. ,,...., A way Upper Left: Mr. Herzog heaves in the first ball of the season. Upper Right: Neil Rosen hurls a fast one for a strike. LOWC1 Left: Co-captain Harris stretches to retrieve a bad throw to first. Lower Right: In a typical pose- co-captain and pitcher, Art Ehlers. 'ff is HJ: 3335EI?s5fiSSY:i 12, A ?15l'3i95i'5-QEEST LSJHN JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL SCHEDULE Springfield .4......,............,...,..,..,... , ,..,,.,..,. Away Lansdowne .,., ....... A way Chester .,....... Away Haverford ...... ..... H 'ome Lansdowne .,. Home Lower Merion Home Haverford ...., Home Abington ,.,.. Away Chester ,.,.. . . Home Cheltenham . . Away The boys' junior Varsity Baseball squad this year was comprised solely of sophomores, but, despite their newness to the hill, they managed to start the season with a bang. Under the tutelage of Mr. joseph Rhile and captain Dick Heisler, the boys won their first two tilts in league compe' tition. After downing a hustling Chester organization 5f2, the diamond men came through with two long blasts Upper: Capably covering the outfield are Joe Elliot and Dave Lichtenfeldg Captain and shortstop Dick Heisler. Lower: Charlie Heverly all set to slug one over the fenceg a clean pick-up by shorstop Heislerg moundsman Fred MacDonald. by Heisler and John Ackerman to carry off a victory over Haverford, 7f5. A change in the location of the baseball diamond was put into effect because of the new building program, making it necessary for the jayvee squad along wi-th the varsity aggregation to practice and play at Firemezfs Field in Drexel Hill. 4 .' , 1' A V' , ' . f 1 .- .. H. K 'Lf ' v - ' X ' 'ls 4 1 .Vjlvw-,,wi,g'J 7, '..Lb+'L,,- . Front Row: Capone, Kortze, Riddell, Adelizzi, Miller, Wrenn, Murphy, Second Row: Baltz, Sessinger, Hirsch, Lee, Villiger, Stiff, Beers, Graham, Third Row: Gayley, Bayless, Bersh- tein, Nunn, MacDonald, Ackerman, Thomas, Fourth Row: DeTurk, Elliott, Lichtenfeld, captain Heisler, Dolan, Gowen, Bowman, manager D'Antonio, Coach Rhile. Eightyfseven A pack of U.D. sprinters makes a desperate attempt to catch up with pace-setter Dave Leathemg Gentile and Ballora demonstrate two methods of jumping the low hurdlesg Broad jumper Bill Tsiouris ruefully eyes the waiting sandpileg Co-captain Bob Schenkel poised to hurl the javelin as John DiFiori ponders his last toss. Interclass Meet .,.......,......... Haverford-West Chester-UD ...,..,... Lower Merion Relays ..,......, Penn Relays ...........,.,, Delco Meet , .,.... Lower Merion ,,.....,.,.,.......... Suburban Championships .. Chester ., .,..... , .............,...... .. ,..,..,.....Home West Chester .............Away ,....,......Away .....,Lansdowne ....,.......,.Away .. Morristown ...,,.,.4..Away District I Championship ..... .............,,. A way State Championships ........ State College U.D'.'s Penn Relay squad consisting of Dave Barney, Bob Matz, Tom Jeffery, and Dave Leathem. The Royal medley team composed of Dave Leathem, Skip Ellison, George Jackson, and Paul Merrilcen. .W ' "TL lisa? With few outstanding showings before press time, the '51 track squad shows little promise for a highly successful season., In the annual interclass meet, the sophomores won by such an overwhelming margin that outstanding squads in the future are virtually assured. Although the cindermen received the short end of a triangualr meet with West Chester and Haverford, they more than redeemed themselves by setting a new record in the medley relay at Lower Merion. The vicf torious quartet was composed of Dave Leathem, George Jackson, Paul Merriken, and Skip Ellison. Graduation will thin the ranks of cofcaptains Leathem and Bob Schenkel, milers Merriken and jackson, half miler Tom Jeffery, and sprinter Bob Hickman. Field events will suffer sorely the loss of broad jumper Bill Tsouris and Schenkel, who has been a formidable 'opponent on the business end of the javelin. Head coach Murray C. Miller has been ably assisted by Harry R. Wike and Harold Thompson who have coached hurdles and field events respectively. X til First Row: Light, Tsiouris, Nees, Baltz, Woodworth, co-captain Leathem, co-captain Schenkel, DiFiori, Hickman, Dean, Jeffery, Otteng Second Row: manager Brown, Matz, Gentile, G. jackson, Merriken, Layman, Altimore, Coles, Mieder, Reynolds, Eilberg, manager Wright, Third Row: Caras, Dunn, Kennedy, Barney, Keeler, Ericson, Goldman, Burroughs, Thomas, Mollard, Ellison, Fourth Row: Chambers, Walker, Smith, Saunders, Weaver, Wilson, Ballora, Paolone, Grandizio, W. Jackson, Fifth Row: Pentimal, manager Wallace, manager McCleave, Grant, manager Williams, coach Miller, coach Wike, coach Thompson, Gcppi. BOY 9 TENN S Mr. McKinley Stevens, coach of the Boys' Tennis team, is this year expecting one of the finest showings in many seasons. Forming the nucleus of the squad will be captain Bud Haabestad, who will play nrst singlesg Joe Campbell, returning to second sin-gles spotg and Sophomore Don Jones who will handle the third singles assignment. Dale Owens is being counted on for fourth singles. Upper Darbyls doubles team will be composed of Gene Shull and either jack Hackmaster or Jack Henn. These first' stringers will be constantly pushed by underclassmen, fighting for positions -on the team. Before press time, U.D.'s racquetmen edged Cheltenham 3f2, with Haabestad, Gwens, and Jones victorious. Bud Haabestad is going to Penn State to represent District 1 in the State Tournaf ment. Front Row: lVlr. Stevens, Vogt, Owens, Campbell, Captain Haabestad, Shull, Hackmaster, Jones, manager Nielseng Second Row: Smith, Hoffman, Scal- zetti, Schumacher, Huntsman, Henn, Case, Bencker. ati with arf ,f BOYS' TENNIS SCHEDULE Cheltenham ..... Home Haverford ,..... Away Yeadon ..... Home Abington .......,. F Away Lower Merion.fii,-i',.,f4'1 Away Norristown Home Lansdowne Home Radnor ...... Away Left: Captain Bud Haabestad waits expectantly for his cp- ponentls serve. Center: joe Campbell starts in to meet the ball. Right: Don Jones alert to re- ceive a fast one. w 4 Seated: Lloyd, Lenhard, Hart, Spaeth, captain Smoker, Eller, Streander, Weston, A. Caleg Standing: Miss Bosler, manager Nelson, Kennedy, Cale, Jean Vogt, Judy Vogt, Burkholder, Garnett, Rebok, manager Weer. GIRLS' TENNIS SCHEDULE Cheltenham ...,. Haverford ....,., Berwyn .... , ................ Germantown Ffiends ...... Abington .,......,,. Lower Merion .,.. Norristown ., .... . Lansdowne ' .... Radnor ...,. Left: Senior racqueteers include captain Dottie Smoker, Judy Vogt, Betty Weston, Jeanne Vogt, Mary Streander, Audrey Cale, Courtenay Lenhard, and Manager Pat Nelson. Right: Enjoying another suc- cessful match, Dottie Smoker smashes one back at her op- ponent. Away Home Home Away Home Home Away Away Home GIRL 9 TENN S Hoping to extend the winning streak of the girls' tennis team, Miss E. Virginia Bosler took over the coaching position vacated by Miss Phyllis Cade. This year's team duplicated last year's undefeated squad except for the absence of graduate Shirley Haabestad. For her third year, Dottie Smoker filled the first singles spot. Taking over second singles position was Judy Vogt. Other members of the varsity group were Audrey Cale, Courtenay Lenhard, Mary Streander, and Betty Dean Weston. Providing experience for future varsity players was the prime purpose of the junior varsity squad. Serving as varsity captain, Dottie Smoker again brought honor to Upper Darby by being ranked fifth in the Middle Atlantic States. Pat Nelson and Ruth Weer efficiently managed the varsity and junior varsity teams respectively. 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Opp. Lansdowne .......... ..... 1 0 0 U'D' Opp' Abingwli 5- 5 1 Cheltenham .... 0 5 Norristown . ,.,, .. 1 7 Cheltenham Q 5 3 Yeadon . .,......... ,. 3 2 Yeadon ,,,,.,,5555,5, ,, 7 5 Lower Merion ..... ,,... 0 5 Lower Marion . ,..... .. 4 3 Norristown .'4'.- I-.4'. 0 5 Haverford ..,.... ,. 0 12 Chester ......, .. 8 4 Radnor ""' " 0 4 Abil1gl0I1 ....,. ,... . 2 5 P R I Haverford ,5,5, ,. 2 3 Norristown ........ ...,. 1 0 7 Lansdowne , ...,....,. .. 5 3 Lansdowne "'444 M 3 2 Ridley Township H 9 8 Abington ...,.., 2 3 Cheltenham . ,.,....... ..... 1 1 6 " '- Lower Merion ,.,.... ,. 4 2 Total ----5 10 29 Haverford ..,....... .. 3 1 Chester .,.......,, .. 2 3 P 6 R I Total ..,... ..,.. 8 6 70 GIRLS' TENNIS 1950 TRACK Abington ...,... .. 5 0 Triangular Meet .........,......... Haverford 59 Berwyn U ,,,,, ,,,,5 5 0 West Chester 48 Upper Dag-by 36 Lower Merion ...., , .... 5 0 Dual Meet ., .... ..,... L ower Merion 65 Non-istown ,5,,55 4,5,, 3 2 Upper Darby 52 h I h 5 0 Dual Meet ....... ,....... .,..., C h ester 92 C eten am H """""'44' UPPH' Da1'bY 14 Germantown Friends ...... ...,. 4 1 Penn Relays cmdayp ,..5.5....,5.,,5 cuss A Mile-First Lansdowne 5 55""" ' 5 lSaturdayJ .,....... Mile-Third in our heat Radnor ,4,,,4 A ,,,, 5 0 Delco Championships . ,.., .... , , ..,,. 7th Place Haverford -'-4' IIAV - 5 0 Suburban Championships ............ 5th Place - - District Championships .,,.,... 12th Place Total .---5 42 3 ,,,,5,5,, ,5,5,5,Q, ' 'A"4" "A'A In U.D., a student need not have exceptional athletic ability to participate in sports. Anyone who is interested may compete by joining an intramural team. The teams organized represent nearly all phases of athleticsg hockey and soccer in the fall, boys' and girls' basketball during the winter months, and softball and baseball in the spring. The teams are formed in the various gym classes and home- rooms under the competent supervision of the gym inf structors. The squads then participate in roundfrobin tournaments until it has finally been narrowed down to one team from the sophomore, junior. and senior classes. These groups iight among themselves for their numerals just as hard as they would fight on a varsity team against an opposing school. It has been successfully proved that this intramural program provides an ample opportunity to develop team' work and good sportsmanship among a far larger number of students than would be possible on an interscholastic basis alone. Artis Copes and Pat Van Sciver jump for a wild pass as Charlotte Brown and Marge Lappin stand poised for action. TEAM Upper: Two sophomore sticksters battle for possession of Ginger Vincent's pass, while Beth Phillips and Gail Glassmire prepare to help out. Lower: It's up and in the basket for senior Ray August. Action is heavy in an intramural hockey game-Beth Phillips and Marjorie Dawkins grapple for the ball as Arlene Christine, Virginia Vincent, and Sally Zimmer- man rush to her aid. C H . SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL CHAMPS: Homeroom 225- Front Row: Heislet, Schumacherg Back Row: Stewart, Bowman, Everett. E JUNIOR BASKETBALL CHAMPS: Homeroom 21--Fran! li Row: Grames, Rust, Andersong Second Row: Solar, Wily, Mostardo, Oberteuffer. J Q 'f A SENIOR BASKETBALL CHAMPS Homeroom 23 Front Row: Temme, Marhefka, Boehringer-5 Back Row: Ehlers, Harris, 'X Schumacher. X IOR THE MAY OF LIFE ONLY BLOOMS ONCE EHOW MRS. EDNA M- DAN For her friendliness, unfailing interest, and kind' ness, through the trials and tribulations of our three years on the hill, Mrs. Edna M. Danehower is held in high esteem by the members of this year's gradf uating class. As one of the two advisers to the Class of 1951, she has given generously of her time and energy to the many class projects, such as the magazine campaign, the junior and Senior Plays, the JuniorfSenior Reception, and numerous other activities of our iinal year at Upper Darby. To speak only of her activity in these major projects, however, would be slighting her, for she will always be regarded as a close friend by all the senior girls. During the past three years, she has spent much of her time talking over problems with them, listening to their various complaints, and interf viewin ' g the ER about their future nts are 110i Mr. Diehl proves that his Yale limited to the classroom alone- Whetherfivi'm1ll eond t' 0 4 y ', uc ing a math class or casually ad libbing in assembly, one can not fail to recognize the contagious, dry humor, which has been so characteristic of our class adviser, Mr. john Diehl. Combined with his boundless enthusiasm, this quality has enabled us to pass many hours of planning for parties, plays, and dances with a spirit of anfmation rather than tedium. Few will forget M1'. Di bl' i g cms sincere interest in each one of us, his willingness to stop and chat in the halls or to take a few minutes from his advisory duties to listen to a problem and advise us accordingly. Besides the students of the Class of '51, who he boasts are his chief interests, Mr. Diehl also enjoys hunting, farming, and puttering in the cellar of his home. However, no matter in what activity he may be engaging, we cannot forget the great debt of gratitude we owe to Mr. Diehl for having guided us so very happily and successfully through our three years at Upper Darby. MR- JOHN DIEHL EX ..-B --.,...., 1.-.w--.-H-.q,.-5 yuan, ...nanny Four hardfvvorking, capable, and loyal seniors have led their class through its varied activities during our last year on the hill. Gill Boehringer, president, has ably conducted class assemblies and executive committee meetings for three years. As' sisting him have been VicefPresident Gene Harris, Secretary Betty Blythe, and Treasurer Jack Henn. They have worked with each other and with the class to successfully guide all of our undertakings. As we graduate, the Class of '51 offers a final word of 'thanks for their service. I The Executive Committee is the body through which the members of the Senior Class present and decide business concerning class activities. Presided over by class officers and advisers, the committee is comprised of one representative from each senior homeroom. Business for this year included the plan' ning of the class dance, arranging assembly prof grams, and the handling of the class financial affairs. The Class of '51 is indebted to its governing body for its efficiency in the management of the affairs of this year's graduating class. Front Row Sadler : . Boehringer. Blvthe. H r PFI enn, Harris, rimble, Mc- iken, Hunts- SCHOLARSHIP AWARD WINNERS-Jean Moflit, Vivian Hanford, Barbara Smith, , g , .. .. , f ix John Lipsett Shirley Hoiland, Janet Hendrixson. The Class of 1951 presents the six members of its class who have achieved highest honors in scholastic ability. In order to achieve this recognition it has been necessary for them to excel in every subject throughout their three years in high school. lt has been their job to set the pace scholastically for the rest of the school. Because these six have fulfilled the requirements, their names are placed with pride on the scholarship plaque. CHOLARSHIP To the plaque honoring six members of each senior class for their outstanding activities will be added the names of six from the Class of 1951. These students have been recognized by their classmates because of their contribution to athletics, student government, publications, class activities, numerous clubs, and musical organizations. Loyalty to Upper Darby has Won for them the support of the school, and the graduating class is proud to honor them at this time. SERVICE AWARD' WINNERS-Dale Owens, Gretta Payonseck, John Lipsett, Rosalie Del Rossi, Warren Grupe, and Betty Blythe. Most Popular Hardest Workers Betty Blythe and Ted Collins Warren Grupe and Rosalie Del Rossi ,Q Most Likely to Succeed Most Versatile Gill Boehringer and Jeanne Pennypacker Audrey Cale and Bud Haabestad Best Looking Biggest Flirts Courtenay Lenhard and Chuck Crossan Carolyn Stout and Joe Cavallo WHO, O eg WHO Most Dignified Peppiest Joel Minster and Bruce Menke Dale Owens and Joyce Porreca Cutest Couple Best Dressed Barbara Earl and Chuck Crossan Carolyn Stout and Ted Collins Most Talkative Wiltiest Bernie Bisciotti and Joan Clark Warren Grupe and Grace McClougl1an PPER D RBY HIGH CHOOL l l ' KENNETH A. ADAM 7861 Beverly Boulevard Upper Darby ACCOUNTING PURPLE Nickname: Ken Plans: Army School: Honor Roll 4 JANET ANDREWS 208 Berbro Avenue Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC GOLD Plans: Secretary School: Honor Roll 2. 3: Welfare Agent 2 Clubs: Library 2, 3: Secretary 4 Spa-rts: Softball Numerals 3: Basketball Numerals 3: Hockey Numerals 3 RAYMOND AUGUST 369 Upland Way Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Nickname: Ray Plans: U. S. Navy Class: Junior Play, Cast: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee 2 Clubs: Pleiades 3, 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 3 RICHARD C. BAKER 463 West Sproul Road Springfield ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD Nickname: Bake Plans: Draftsman RICHARD DAVID BALTZ Upper Darby 604 Copley Road SCIENTIFIC' GOLD Nickname: Dick Plans: College School: Honor Roll 2, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 3, 4 N FRED BARKEY 1233 Clinton Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD Plans: Undecided I One Hundred Four ROBERT L. ALEXANDER 236 East Greenwood Avenue Lansdown ACADEMIC GOLl Nickname: Bob Plans: Colleg Clubs: Agriculture 3. 4: Visual Aids 2, 3, President RUTH APATOFF 243 Sherbrook Boulevard Upper Darbj ACADEMIC GOLII Nickname: Ruthie Plans: Temple Universit School: Welfare Agent 3 Class: Play Usher 4: Dance Committee 35 Party Com mittee 3: Play Committee 3 Clubs: Astrophychem 3: Choral 2, 3, 4: French 4 MARIAN KATHERINE BAILEY 7189 Radbourne Road Upper Darbi GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLI Nickname: Mickey Plans: WAP? Clubs: Choral 2: Rifle 2 JosEPH T. BALL, JR. 81 North Union Avenue Lansdownl ACADEMIC PURPLI Nickname: joe Plans: Colleg' Clubs: Agriculture 3: Spanish 4: Visual Aids 3, 4 Sports: Junior Varsity Basketball 3 SUZAN NE BANKS 925 Alexander Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE Nickname: Susie Plans: Wilson Collegn School: Honor Roll 2, 3: UpifDah, Literary Staff 3, A Class: Commencement Usher 3: Party Committtee 4 Play Committee 3 Clubs: Bowling 2: Choral 3, 4: Spanish 4 BEVERLY JANE BARR 4012 Ellendale Road Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC COLE Nickname: Bev Plans: Secretary School: Publications Typing Staff 4 Clubs: Bowling 3: Library 2 HELEN F. BASSELL l108 Harvin Road Upper Darby 1420 Keystone Avenue Upper Darby lGENERAL BUSINESS GOLD STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE lNickname: Dolly Plans: Office Work Plans: Secretary l School: Acorn, Editorial Board 4: AllfSchool Show. i Cast 3: Honor Roll 2, 33 Distinguished Honor Roll ' 2: Publications Typing Staff, President 4 ' Class: Dance Committee 3, 4: Party Committee 4 Clubs: A Cappella 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Rifle 2 WALTER JOSEPH BAUN RICHARD L. BEACH 221 Barrington Road Upper Darby Apt. 4, 10 Wilde Avenue Drexel Hill DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION GOLD SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Nickname: Walt Plans: Trucker Nffkfldmfi Dick Plflflif D0Cf0f Clubs: Distributive Education 4 Class: PlaY Ushef 3 D Spovtsz Basketball Numerals Z Clubs: Bowling 3, Recording Secretary 4, Team 4: German 3 RUTH ELLEN BECK PATSY ANN BECKER 54 I-3mP0l'f Road UPPQI' Dal'bY 316 Copley Road Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION GOLD Pl11YlS2 Undedded Plans: Undecided School: Publication Agent 2: Welfare Agent 4 Clubs: Bowling 33 Distributive Education 4 JAMES EUGENE BECKLEY MARJORIE CAROL BEERS 4633 Woodland Avenue Drexel Hill 2003 Greenhill Road I-3l1Sd0Wn9 ACADEMIC PURPLE STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE Nickname: Jim Plans: Mechanic Nickname: Margie Plans: Secretary' Class: Dance Committee 2: Party Committee 2 Clubs: A Cappella 3, 4: Choral Z, 3, 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 3: Soccer Numerals 3 RICHARD A. BEESE 201 Berbro Road Upper Darby 528 Elm Avenue Upper Darby ACCOUNTING GOLD ACADEMIC GOLD Nickname: Bags Plans: Accountant Nickname: Barb Plans: Gettysburg College Sports: Junior Varsity Baseball 2 School: Acorn, Reporter 3: Honor Roll 4: Band 3: Welfare Agent 3 Class: Senior Play, Cast Clubs: Hippocrates 3, Secretary 4 WILLARD ARTHUR BERGER DOLORES CATHERINE BERNARDINI 605 Andover Drive Upper Darby 215 Wadas Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE Plans: Undecided Clubs: Bowling Team 4 CAROL ANNETTE BAUERS School: All-School Show, Cast 4: Senior Play Usher Class: Dance Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4 BARBARA ANNE BERGER Nickname: Dee Plans: Stenographcr CLASS OF NINETEE FIFTY-O PPER D RBY HIGH SCHOOL CAROL ALICE BERND 7256 Calvin Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Nickname: Bernie Plans: Marriage WILLIAM HONEYCUTT BICKFORD 4043 Redden Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Nickname: Percy Plans: Nuclear Physicist School: Acorn, Reporter 3, 4: AllfSchool Show, Cast 4, Production 3, 4: Honor Roll 4: Band 3, District Band 4: Orchestra 3, 4, District Orchestra 4 Class: Senior Play, Cast: Party Committee 4 Clubs: French 3: Latin 2: Rifle 2 BERNARD JOSEPH BISCIOT TI 242 Maypole Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD Nickname: Bernie Plans: College School: AllfSchool Show, Cast 4 Clubs: Choral 4 Sports: Junior Varsity Football 2: Varsity Football 4 ELIZABETH ANNE BLYTHE 335 Edmonds Avenue Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE Nickname: Betty Plans: Private Secretary School: Acorn, Reporter 2: AllfSchool Show, Cast 4: Honor Roll Z: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3: Pub' lications Agent 3: Publications Typing Staff 4: Student Council 4: Leaders' Group 4 Class: Color Captain 3: Secretary Z, 3, 4: Commence- ment Usher 3: Play Usher 3, 4: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Executive Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Com- mittee 2, 4: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Sports: Softball Numerals 3: Hockey Numerals 2, 4: Junior Varsity Basketball 3: Varsiry Basketball 4 LILLIAN O. BOGGS 330 Kingston Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Nickname: Lil Plans: Civil Service RUBYE MARION BOLAY 308 Margate Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD Nickname: Skipper Plans: Nurse School: Welfare Agent 3, 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3: Hippocrates 4: Library 3, Vice' President 4 One Hundred Six RICHARD CURTIS BEVAN 325 Maple Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD Plans: Undecided School: Orchestra 2 Clubs: A Cappella 4: Choral 3, 4 Sports: Varsity Football 3: Varsity Wrestling 3 MARILYN ANNE BINNS 232 Parker Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Nickname: Binni Plans: Nurse School: Honor Roll 4 Class: Play Usher 4: Dance Committee 3: Party Com' mittee 4: Play Committee 3 Clubs: A Cappella 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, District Chorus 4: Latin 2 Sports: Softball Numerals 3 RICHARD W. BJORKLUND 3200 Brunswick Avenue Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Nickname: B. I. Plans: Undecided School: All-School Show, Cast 4 Clubs: Bowling 2: Choral 2: Executive Committee 4 Sports: Softball Numerals 3: Soccer Numerals 2: Junior Varsity Football 2: Junior Varsity Wrestling 3: Varsity Football 3, 4: Varsity Wrestling 4 GILL H. BOEHRINGER 1015 Cornell Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE Nickname: Bor Plans: Law Study School: Acorn Reporter 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll Z, 3: Distinguished Honor R011 3, 4: Student Council 2, 3, 4: Leaders' Group 4 Class: Class President 2, 3, 4: Commencement Usher 3: Play Usher 3, 4: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Executive Committee Z, 3, 4: Party Committee 2, 4: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: I'Ii'Y 3, 4: Latin 2: World Affairs Forum 2, 4, Secretary 3 Sports: Softball Numerals 3: Basketball Numerals 4: Varsity Soccer 3, 4 HAIG ARAM BOGHOSIAN 4 Oven-hill Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD Plans: Undecided MARY JANE BOND 85 Ferne Boulevard, Apt. 10 Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD Plans: College Entered September, 1950 School: Acorn, Art StaH 4: All'School Show, Produc' tion 4: UpifDah, Art Staff 4 Class: OAK, Art Staff 4: Party Committee 4: Play Committee 4 Clubs: Beaux Arts 4 JA MES F. BORST 023 Rosemont Avenue Drexel Hill CIENTIFIC ficknamc: Jim chool: Honor Roll PURPLE Plans: College 2, 3, 4: Band 2. 3: District Band 4 ROBERT M. BOYD, JR. 507 Mansfield Avenue Drexel Hill ENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Plan: Undecided THOMAS F. BRADLEY 33 Long Lane ALESMANSHIP Upper Darby GOLD Plans: Undecided WARDA RUTH BRAZIER 46 Lindale Avenue Drexel Hill CADEMIC ickname: Ruthie PURPLE Plans: Nursing phool: Allfschool Show, Cast 43 Publications Agent 2 '4 Wefare Aent 2 '4 , , I: I g , . lass: Dance Committee 2, 3. 4: Party Committee 12, 3, 4g Play Committee 2, 3, 4 Q PATRICIA BRENNECKE 82 Clinton Road Upper Darby ENOGRAPHIC GOLD lickname: Pat Plans: Private Secretary rhoolz Publications Typing Staff 4 lubs: Choral 4 1 l l l 1 JAMES JOHN BRESLIN I1 Collenbrook Avenue Drexel Hill FNERAL BUSINESS PURPLE ickname: Jimbo Plans: Undecided lofts: Junior Varsity Baseball 2: Varsity Baseball 3: Varsity Soccer 3 l CLASS 0 RICHARD EARL BOWMAN 409 Gilpin Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD Nickname: Dick Plans: College School: Acorn, Editorial Board, 4: Acorn Reporter 3: AllfSchool Show, Cast 4: Honor Roll Z: Public Speaking Prize 2 Class: Play Usher 4: Dance Committee 4 DOROTHY BOYLE 7016 Emerson Road Upper Darby STENOCRAPHIC GOLD Nickname: Dot Plans: Secretary DONALD W. BRAUN 4038 Vernon Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Nickname: Don Plans: College School: All-School Show, Production 3: Band 2, 3, 4. Letter Award 3: Orchestra Fr Class: Senior Play, Cast Clubs: Bowling 4, Team 4: Choral 4 Sports: Softball Numerals Zg Junior Varsity Baseball 2 CONSTANCE ELIZABETH BREM 3442 Marshall Road Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE Nickname: Connie Plans: Secretary Class: Dance Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 3, 4 JOSEPH REYNER BRENNER 5204 Reservation Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD Nickname: Joe Plans: College School: Acorn, Reporter 2, 3, Editorial Board 4: All-School Show, Cast 4: Honor Roll 2, 3: Distin' guished Honor Roll 2, 3: Biology Prize 2: English Prize 2: Student Council 2, 3 Class: Commencement Usher 33 Executive Committee 4: Play Committee 4 Clubs: I'li'Y 4: Leeuwenhoek 2, 3, Treasurer 4 GEORGE SHELTON BROOKOVER, JR. 215 South Lynn Boulevard Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD Plans : College School: Distinguished Honor Roll 3 Spmts: Basketball Numerals 3: Soccer Numerals 3 F NINETEE FIFTY-O E PPER D RBY HIGH CHOOL DOROTHY M. BROWN 65 West Essex Avenue Lansdowne GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Nickname: Debbie Plans: Medical Technician JOAN RUTH BROWN 4696 State Road Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Nickname: J. B. Plans: Oflice Work School: All-School Show, Production 3, 4: Honor Roll 4 Class: Play Usher 3, 4: Dance Committee 4: Play Committee 3 Clubs: Choral 2 CAROLYN BUCK 3400 Highland Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE Plans: College School: Acorn, Reporter 2, 3. Editorial Board 4: All-School Show, Production 3, Cast 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 3: Publications Agent 2: journalism Prize 3 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Play Committee 3 Clubs: First Aid and Social Service Z, 4, Vice' President 3: French, Secretary 4: Hi'Y 3, 4: Latin 2: Library 3: Tay-Wistalvan 3, 4 MARIE' EILEEN BURKE 7028 Ruskin Lane Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE Plans: Secretary School: All-School Show, Cast 3: Publication Agent 2: Welfare Agent 2, 3 Class: Play Usher 4: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee 2, 4: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Bowling 3: Choral 2, 3, 4 Spovts: Softball Numerals 3: Hockey Numerals 4: junior Varsity Basketball 2: junior Varsity Hockey 3: Varsity Basketball 3: Varsity Hockey 4 BARBARA ELIZABETH BURKHOLDER 4709 Woodland Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD Plans: Undecided School: All-School Show, Cast 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3: Student Council 3, 4 Class: Senior Play, Cast: Dance Committee 2, 3: Exec' utive Committee 2: Party Committee 2 Clubs: Astrophychem 3: Bowling 3, 4, Team 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: First Aid and Social Service 3: Hippocrates 3, President 4: Hi'Y 3, 4: Spanish 3, Secretary 4 Spoftsz Softball Numerals 2: Basketball Numerals 2: Junior Varsity Tennis 2, 3 AUDREY ARLENE CALE 846 Alexander Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD Nickname: Aud Plans: College School: A. A. Council 4: Acorn, Reporter 2, Editorial Board 4: AllfSchool Show, Cast 4: Publications Agent 2: Welfare Agent 2 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Play Usher 3: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Executive Committee 2, 4: Party Committee 2, 4: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: HifY 2, 3, 4 Sports: Softball Numerals 2: Basketball Numerals 2: Varsity Basketball 2, 3, Captain 4: Varsity Hockey 3, 4: Varsity Tennis 2, 3, 4 One Hundred Eight ERNEST E. BROWN, JR. 2434 Mansfield Avenue Drexel Hi SCIENTIFIC GOLQ Nickname: Ernie Plans: Chemical Engines School: All-School Show, Cast 3: Honor Roll 1 Distinguished Honor Roll 3: Algebra Il Prize 1 Welfare Agent 2 Class: Senior Play, Cast: Commencement Usher 3 Clubs: A Cappella 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: German 3, 1 Steinmetz 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3, Historian 4 Spo1ts: Varsity Track, Manager 2, 3, 4 MARY JANE BROWN 114 Powell Lane Upper Darb GENERAL BUSINESS GOL Nickname: Maggi Plans: Business Schoi School: AllfSchool Show, Cast 4 Clubs: Choral 3, 4 GERALDINE' BUONO 325 Hampden Road Upper Darb STENOGRAPHIC GOL, Nickname: Gerry Plans: Secreta: Clubs: Bowling 3 : RICHARD JAMES BURKE 720 Fairfax Road Drexel Hi ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPI. Nickname: Dick Plans: Colle School: Art Prize 2 Sports: Junior Varsity Football 2, 3 JOAN A. BUTFERFIELD Upper Darla 54 Sunshine Road DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION PURPI Plans: Costume Designer School: Band, Color Guard 3 Clubs: Distributive Education 4 MIRIAM A. CALLAHAN Drexel Hi 30-7 Revere Road GENERAL BUSINESS PURPI Plans: Flor Nickname: Mimi Class: OAK, Art Staff 4: Senior Play, Stage Crew Dance Committee 2, 4: Party Committee 4: PI Committee 4 Clubs: A Cappella 4: Bowling 2, 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, LORETTA R. CALLEGARI MARGARET JEANNE CARACILIO 57 Sanford Road Upper Darby 213 Margate Road Upper Darby KLESMANSHIP GOLD SALESMANSHIP GOLD Plans: Telephone Operator Plans: Undecided l MARY LOUISE CARLEY THERESA JOAN CASSIDY l23 Delaware Avenue Upper Darby 274 Westpark Lane Clifton Heights TENOGRAPHIC PURPLE ACADEMIC GOLD Plans: Secretary Nickname: Terry Plans: College 'ubsz Rifle 2 Eenterecl September, 1950 Clubs: Choral 45 World Affairs Forum 4 1 , . 4. ' 1 i , Q . Lv' - JOSEPH P. CAVALLO EIUILL l54 Clover Lane Upper Darby 4 7 Woodland en e ' exel Hill ENERAL BUSINESS GOLD ACGIEEMIIV' J GOLD ickname: Joe Plans: Air Force Plans: ursing ons: Basketball Numerals 35 Soccer Numerals 2: Varsity Soccer 4 School: Band 3. 4 Clubs: Beaux Arts 3: Choral 2, 3, 4: Hippocrates 2, 3, 4: Spanish 3 DAVID SISK CHAMBERS, JR- NICHOLAS JOHN CHAPIS l8 East Magnolia Avenue Aldan 22 Gl0nC0e ROHCI Upper Darby KTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE ACADEMIC GOLD ckname: Skippy Plans: College: NiClK'fl0mCf Nick Plans! College ass: Dance Committee 3: Party Committee 3, 4 Sflllwli All-School Show, C355 45 0l'ChCS!l'H 7-3 ubs: Agriculture 3, 4g Hi'Y 3. 4 I-Cadeff GYOUP 4 ons: Junior Varsity Wrestling 2, 31 Varsity Cross Cla-YS! Executive C0mmit!CE 3 Cguntry 3, 43 Varsity Wrestling 4 SPOTISZ Junior Varsity Baseball 2: Junior Varsity Foot' V ball 3: Varsity Football 4 JOHN STEPHEN CHATTEN JEAN MARIE CHISENA F3 Millbank Road Upper Darby 101 South Elm Avenue Aldan 1IENTIFIC PURPLE GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Plans: College Plans: Clerical Work ass: Play Usher 3 ubs: German 2, 3: Rille Z: Terraqua 3 ons: Varsity Cross Country, Manager 2, 3, 4 RAYMOND LEON CHMIELOWSKI CHARLES T, CHRISTINE L5 Bishop Avenue Clifton Heights 235 pilgrim Lane Drexel H511 MDEMIC GOLD ACADEMIC GOLD Ullnamef RHY Pldmi AflT1CCl S2fViCC Nickname: Peck Plans: Undecided L School: All-School Show, Cast Z, 4 7 Clubs: Visual Aids 4 CLASS OF NINETEE FIFTY-O E one Hundred Nine M UPPER D RBY HIGH CHOUL DAVID MITCHELL CHUBB 275 Glendale Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Plans: Gettysburg College School: Leaders' Group 4 Clubs: Bowling 2: World Affairs Forum 4 Sports: junior Varsity Football 3 SUZANNE GLORIA CLAUSO 118 Kenmore Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Nickname: Sue Plans: Business School Class: Dance Committee 3: Play Committee 3 Clubs: Astrophychem 3: Choral 4: Library 2 EDITH ANN CLOKEY 56 Golf Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD Plans: Nursin School: Publications Agent 3 Class: Senior Play, Cast Clubs: Choral 4: Hippocrates 3, Corresponding Sec' retary 4g Library 2, 3, Treasurer 4 BARBARA ANN COBB 300 Kingston Road Upper Darby DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION GOLD Nickname: Mickey Plans: Travel Clubs: Distributive Education 4 MANNING LEE COLE 500 Bloomfield Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Plans: College Clubs: French 4 JOANNE Ox COLEMAN 1208 Mason Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE Nickname: Jo Plans: Medical Technician Class: Dance Committee 4: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: Rifle 2: Spanish 3 One Hundred Ten JOAN VIRGINIA CLARK , 7060 Aberdeen Road Upper Darl ACADEMIC GOI. Plans: Medical Secretary School: Allfschool Show, Cast 3, 4 Class: Play Usher 4: Dance Committee Z, 3, 4: Pai Committee 2. 4: Play Committee 3 Clubs: Beaux Arts 3: Bowling 4: Choral 4: Executi Committee 2, 3: Library 3 I Sports: Cheerleading, Manager 3, 4 l w JACK RICHARD CLEMENS 437 Copley Road Upper Darl SCIENTIFIC GOI Nickname: john Plans: Engini PAUL ANTHONY CLOSKEY 328 Windermere Avenue Lansdowi ACADEMIC PURP. Plans: Undecided MARY ANN COGHLAN 253 Township Line Upper Darl GENERAL BUSINESS PURP Plans: Office Work Class: Play Committee 4 JEANNE MARIE COLEMAN 101 Long Lane UPP91' Dafl ACADEMIC GOI Nickname: Jeannie Plans: Nu Class: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Latin 3, 4 RICHARD A. COLES 412 Spruce Avenue Upper Dari SCIENTIFIC G01 Nickname: Rich Plans: Colli School: Leaders' Group 4 l Sports: Basketball Numerals 3: Soccer Numerals : JOAN ELIZABETH COLLINS THEODORE WINDFIELD COLLINS 4349 Woodland Avenue Drexel Hill 5 South Sth Street Lansdowne SCIENTIFIC GOLD ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE Plans: College Nickname: Ted Plans: Coast Guard School: AllfSchool Show, Cast 4: UpifDal1, Literary School: All'School Show, Cast 3, 4: Publication Agent Staff 3, 4 45 Color Captain 4 Class: Dance Committee 2: Executive Committee 3 Class: Color Captain 2, 3, 4 Clubs: A Cappella 4: Choral 3, 4: Library 2, 33 Clubs: HifY 3, 4 Spanish 4: Tay'Vv'istalvan 4 Sports: Varsity Football 2, 3, 4: Varsity Track 2, 3 x GERALD LOUIS COLVIN PASQUALE A. COLZARETTI, JR. 17 Oxford Street Fernwood 7061 Clover Lane Upper Darby IDISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION GOLD ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE Niflimlffwl .IGIYY Plans: Shoe Salesman Nickname: Pat Plans: Undecided Clubs: Distributive Education 4 MAR!-ENE HELEN COMPTON DOLORES JUANITA CONROY 7208 Wayne Avenue UPPef DHBV sso Fairfax Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Nickname: Comp Plum: College Nickname: Dee Plans: Comptomctcr Operator Sch l: AllfSh l Sh ', C t 3, 4, P cl t' 31 a , - Y , . 5 Plzgnor Rollc4?0Public?:tions allisgent 3: Stuzlcgnltlcgxlincil JEUgi?rra1Pl5y'3St35e Crew 2' Dance Cnmmmee 3 23 Band, Majorette 2, Leaders' Group 4. ' H ' ' ' Class: Play Usher 4: Dance Committee Z, 3, 4: Party Committee 2, 4: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Bcaux Arts 2: Bowling 4: Choral 4g French 2, 3 DONALD L- COOK HAVARD JAMES COPELANDV l38 North Madison Avenue Upper Darby 114 Ove,-hill Road Upper Da,-by SALESMANSHIP GOLD GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE PIUHSZ Selling Nickname: Cope Plans: Undecided School: Band 2, 3, 4 Spons: Softball Numerals 3 ELIZABETH EDNA COPPER WALTER LE ROY COSNER Q20 sellers Avenue Upper Dal-by 150 Margate Road Upper Darby XCADEMIC PURPLE GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Ucknmm: Ed plum: Nu,-Se Nickname: Cos Plans: Undecided cliool: Publications Agent 3 floss: Dance Committee 3, 4: Party Committee 2, 4. Play Committee 3, 4 flubs: Choral 2, 3, 4 DONNA FRANCES COTTRELL ANNE HELENE COVERT i815 Berry Avenue Drexel Hill 505 Littlecroft Road Upper Darby IENERAL BUSINESS GOLD GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Plans: Housewife Nickname: Irish Plans: Marriage 4 chool: AllfSchool Show, Cast 3, 45 Publications Agent 2 flass: Executive Committee 2 ilubsz Choral 3, 4 i CLASS OF NINETEE FIFTY-O UPPER D RBY HIGH CI-IDOL DONALD- MARTIN CRAMP 4125 Garrett Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD Nickname: Don Plans: College School: Assembly Stage Crew 4 Class: Junior Play, Stage Crew: Dance Committee 3: Party Committee 2 Clubs: Riile 3, 4: Visual Aids 3. VicefPresident 4 Sports: Softball Numerals 3: Junior Varsity Base' ball 2 LOIS VIRGINIA CRAWFORD 6981 Guilford Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Nickname: Lo Plans: College School: Acorn Reporter 2, 3, 4: AllfSchool Cast 3, 4: Publications Agent 4: Leaders' Group 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Play Usher 3, 4: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Executive Committee 23 Party Committee 2, 4: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: Spanish 2, Librarian-Historian 3, Vice'President 4 Spans: Basketball Numerals 2: Junior Varsity Hockey Manager 33 Varsity Hockey Manager 4 JAMES FRANK CRIST 7058 Clover Lane Upper Darby DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION PURPLE Nickname: Jim Plans: Navy Clubs: Distributive Education 4 CHARLES E. CROSSAN 247 West Bayberry Lane Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Nickname: Chuck Plans: Navy CLARA JOAN CURLEY 159 Green Valley Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Nickname: Bonnie Plans: Marriage School: Honor Roll 2: Student Council 4: Welfare Agent Z Clubs: Choral 3. 4 DEBORAH DAMON 1005 Childs Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Nickname: Debbie Plans: College School: Honor Roll 4: National Thespian Society 3, 43 Student Council 3 Class: Junior Play, Cast: Senior Play, Castg Dance Committee 4: Executive Committee 43 Party Com- mittee 4 Clubs: Choral 4: First Aid and Social Service 3, Treasurer 43 HifY 3, 4: Pleiades 2g Tay-Wistalw'an 3, 4 One Hundred Twelve JOHN JOSEPH CRAWFORD 90 South State Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLI Nickname: Jay Plans: Medicini School: A, A. Council 4: AllfSchool Show, Cast 3 Production 2, 4: Honor Roll 2g Distinguished Hono Roll 2, 3, 43 Physics Prize 3: Band 2, 3, 4 Letter Award 3: District Band 2, 3, 4: Orchestr, Z, 3, 4: District Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Hi-Q Team A Class: OAK, Literary Staff 4: Party Committee 4 Clubs: French, VicefPresident 4 MILDRED G. CRAWFORD 837 Anderson Avenue Drexel Hil STENOGRAPHIC GOLD Nickname: Millie Plans: Office Wor CARMEN JOHN CROCE 343 Huntley Road Upper Darbj DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION GOLI Nickname: Carm Plans: Air Forc Clubs: Distributive Education 4 RAY H. CULLEN 2529 Garrett Road ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLI Plans: U. S. Nav Drexel Hil Nickname: Reds Clubs: Bowling 2 EDWARD C. D'ALESIO, JR. Drexel Hil 2204 Hillcrest Road ACADEMIC PURPL Plans: Colleg Nickname: Eddie CELESTE GLORIA D'ANTONIO 120 Powell Lane Upper Darb ACADEMIC GOL Plans: Teacher School: National Thespian 4: All-School Show, Pr duction 4. Class: Dance Committee 4: Play Committee 4: Par Committee 4 Clubs: Spanish 3, 4 WILLIAM JOSEPH DAVIS E33 North Cedar Lane Upper Darby PCIENTIFIC' GOI-D Qickname: Willie Plans: Air Force Ilubs: Bowling 2, 3. Treasurer 4, Team 4 Ppovts: Varsity Soccer 4 ROBERT F. DEAN l15 Larchwood Avenue Upper Darby KCADEMIC GOLD Qickname: Bob Plans: University of Pennsylvania iclmol: Honor Roll 4: Student Council 4 Ilass: Play Committee 4 flubs: French 4 JANE A. DEERY 5230 Manor Avenue Drexel Hill ZENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Plans: Oihce Work lchool: Welfare Agent 3 Zlass: Dance Committee 3: Party Committee 4 Flubs: Bowling 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4 l i l . l l ROSALIE DEL ROSSI '106 Penarth Avenue Upper Darby ETENOGRAPHIC' GOLD Plans: Executive Secretary Fchool: Aca1n, Editorial Board 4: All'School Show, :Production 4: Honor Roll 4: Distinguished Honor ,Roll 3, 4: Publications Business Staff 3, Business Manager 4 Ilass: Commencement Usher 3: Play Usher 3, 4: Dance Committee 3, 4: Executive Committee 3: Party Committee 4: Play Committee 3, 4 Ilubs: Choral 3: Hi-Y 4: Tay-Wistalvan 4 BARBARA WINIFRED DETWILER 257 Heather Road Upper Darby iTENOGRAPHIC GOLD Nlickname: Barb Plans: Clerical Work Pchool: Publications Agent 2 flass: Dance Committee 2: Party Committee 3 flubs: Choral 2, 3, 4 ipofts: Hockey Numerals 2 HANS OSCAR DIETZE !6 Cloverdale Avenue Upper Darby LCIENTIFIC PURPLE Plans: University of Pennsylvania lclwol: AllfSchool Show, Cast 3, Production 2, 4: Biology Prize 2: Band 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 4 Ilass: OAK, Literary Stal? 4: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2, 3: Party Committee 2, 4 Ilubs: German 3, Treasurer 4: Steinmetz, Vice' President 2, President 3, 4 C. EDWARD DAWKINS, JR. 3601 Garrett Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Nickname: Ed Plans: College School: Band 2, 3, 4 Clubs: HifY 3, 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 3: Soccer Numerals 3: Junior Varsity Cross Country 3: Junior Varsity Wrestling 2: Varsity Cross Country 4: Varsity Wrestling 3, 4 ROSEMARY ANNE DE COSTA 317 Lincoln Avenue Lansdowne STENOGRAPHIC GOLD Nickname: Rosie Plans: Art School School: UpifDah, Art Staff 4 Class: OAK, Art Staff 4: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee 2. 4 Clubs: Beaux Arts 3, Treasurer 4: Choral 2, 3: Spanish 2 BETTY DELANEY 8133 Arlington Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Plans: Undecided AUDREY LOUISE DE ROSE 731 Alexander Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE Nickname: Inky Plans: Undecided School: National Thespian Society 3, 4: Assembly Stage Crew 3, 4 Class: Junior Play, Crew 2, 3, 4: Senior Play, Crew 3, 4: Commencement Usher 3 Clubs: French 2: Pleiades 2 SARA JEAN DE VRIES 3722 School Lane Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Plans: University of Delaware School: All-School Show, Production 2, 3: Honor Roll 2: Distinguished Honor Roll 4: National Thespian Society 3, Treasurer 4: Biology Prize 2: Student Council 3 Class: Junior Play, Cast: Senior Play, Stage Crew 3. Cast 4 Clubs: Hippocrates 4: HifY 3, 4 ROBERT DI FABIO' 266 Bayard Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Plans: Undecided CLASS OF NINETEE FIFTY O E One Hundred Thirteen UPPER DARBY HHH! 9 South Linden Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Nickname: Johnny Plans: College School: Honor Roll 4: Student Council 4 Clubs: HifY 2, 3, -4 Sports: Softball Numerals 3: junior Varsity Football Z: junior Varsity Wrestling Z: Varsity Football 3, 49 Varsity Wrestling 3, Co-Captain 4 ELIZABETH ANN DOEHNE Drexel Hill GOLD Plans: College 4508 Cedar Lane SCIENTIFIC Nickname: Betty School: Vklelfare Agent 2 Clubs: French 2: Rifle 2 THEODORE R. DOLBOW, JR. Primos PURPLE Plans: Undecided 22 Bovo Road SCIENTIFIC Nickname: Ted School: Band Z, 3, 4 JOSEPH EDWARD DONATO' 278 Bayard Road Upper Darby SALESMANSHIP PURPLE Nickname: Joglo Plans: Musician School: All-School Show, Cust 3, Production 3: Band 2, 3. 4: Orchestra 2, 3 Class: Dance Committee 2, 4 Sports: Basketball Numcrals 2 JEANETTE B. D'ORAZIO 936 Harper Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD Plans: Nursing School: AllfSchool Show, Cast 4: Honor Roll 4: Publications Agent 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2, 3. 4: Executive Committee 3: Party Committee 2: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: A Cappella 3, 4: Astrophychem, Treasurer 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: First Aid and Social Service 2, Secretary 3, President 4: HifY 4: Tay1Wistalw'an 3, 4 DAVID FRANCIS DOUGHERTY 4 Bishop Avenue Drexel Hill SALESMANSHIP PURPLE Plans: Undecided One Hundred Fourteen CHOOL ANN DI GIUL 6875 Clover Lane ACADEMIC Plans: College School: Distinguished Honor Roll 3 Clubs: Choral 3 IO J Upper Darb COLL DORIS MARIE DOLAN 5241 Springfield Road STENOGRAPHIC Cliftor PURPLI Plans: Stenourapher School: Publications Typing, Stall 4 Class: Dance Committee 4 EMILIA RITA DONATO 151 Powell Lane ACCOUNTING Nxcknamc: Millie Upper Darby PURPLl Plans: Bookkeepe School: Honor Roll 4: Welfare Agent 2 Class: Dance Committee 3 Clubs: Choral 2. 3. 4 DONALD' E. DON OFRIO' 8506 Monroe Avenue ARTS AND CRAFTS Nickname: Don Plans: Upper Darbj GOLII Preparatory Schoc School: All'School Show, Production Z Class: Party Committee 4 Spo1ts: junior Varsity Football 2 MARGUERITE C. DOUGHERTY 4 133 Garrett Road SCIENTIFIC Drexel Hil PURPL Nickname: Carol Plans: Business Schor Class: Dance Committee 4 Sports: Hockey Numerals 2 DOROTHY EMILY DOUGLAS 9004 West Chester Pike GENERAL BUSINESS Nickname: Dot School: Welfare Agent 4 Class: Play Usher 3 Clubs: Choral 3, 4: Library Upper Darb GOLI Plans: Office Wor 7 J,-4 RENEE LEONCIA DOUVILLE 7311 Sherbrook Boulevard Upper Darby SENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Nliclmame: Jczie Plans: Model flubs: Choral 2: French 2 LOIS ELAINE DURST Drexel Hill PURPLE Plans: Marriage 5822 Berkley Avenue XCADEMIC Qick-name: Bunny School: All-School Show. Cast 2, 3: Band Majorette 2, 3, 4 Ilubs: A Cappella 3. 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: French 2: Rifle 2 ROSEANN EBERHARDT L01 South Clifton Avenue Aldan ITENOGRAPHIC PURPLE lickname: Rosie Plans: Secretary ichoolz AllfSchool Show. Cast 3, 4: Publications Typing Staff 4: Honor Roll 4 flass: Dance Committee 3: Party Committee 2, 4 flubs: A Cappella 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4 ports: Basketball Numerals 3 ARTHUR H. EHLERS, JR. I125 Lindale Avenue Drexel Hill KCADEMIC PURPLE lickname: Art Plans: College lchool: A, A. Council 4 lpovtsz Varsity Basketball 4: Varsity Baseball 2. 3. l CofCaptain 4 JOHN M. ELDREDGE . Overhill Road Upper Darby .CIENTIFIC GOLD Qickname: Big John Plans: U. S. Navy flubs: Beaux Arts 4: Spanish 2 CHARLOTTE M. ELLIS ' .14 North Fairview Avenue Upper Darby .CIENTIFIC GOLD Qickname: Char Plans: Nursing flass: Dance Committee 3, 4 fluhs: Choral 2, 3. 4: Spanish 3 ports: Hockey Numerals 2 AUDREY JANE DUEY 3412 Marshall Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD Plans: Business School Class: Dance Committee 4: Party Committee 4: Play Committee 3 Clubs: A Cappella 4: Choral 3, -I Sports: Hockey Numerals Z BARBARA ELLEN EARL 7814 Arlington Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD Nickname: Candy Plans: Teacher School: A. A. Council Z: AllfSchool Show. Cast 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Color Captain 4 Class: Color Captain 2, 3, 4: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Executive Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee 2, 4: Play Committee 3 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: French 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Spons: Hockey Numerals 2: Varsity Cheer Leading 3. 4 R. JOANNE ECK 48 Richfield Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE Nickname: Jo Plans: Office Work School: AllfSchool Show, Cast 4, Production 4: Publications Typing Staff 4 Class: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 3: Library 2, 3 RALPH EILBERG 141 Powell Lane Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD Plans: Penn State School: AllfSchool Show, Production 2, 3: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 3: District Orches' tra 2, ' Clubs: Cliess 3 Sports: Varsity Cross Country 4 JAMES BERNARD ELKO 228 Highland Avenue Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD Nickname: Josh Plans: Undecided Sports: Basketball Numerals 3 DON ELLIS 140 North Cedar Lane Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC COLD Xiclmavne: Dusty Plans: Undecided School: NVeIfare Agent 2 Clubs: Rifle Z, 3 Sports: Softball Numerals Z: Soccer Numcrals 2 CLASS UF NINETEE FIFTY O One Hundred Fifteen UPPER D RBY HIGH CHOOL ELEANOR RUTH ELLIS 114 North Fairview Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Nickname: El Plans: Business School: Publications Agent 2, 3 Class: Dance Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3 DONALD P. FAMOUS 39 Marlborough Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Plans: Undecided NORMAN V. FELDPUSH, JR. 376 Wembly Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD Nickname: Lou Plans: College School: AllfSchool Show, Cast 2: Honor Roll 4 Clubs: French 4 Sports: .Iunior Varsity Cross Country 3: Varsity Cross Country 4 ELIZABETH ANN FERGUSON 365 Edmonds Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD Nickname: Betty Plans: West Chester State Teachers College School: AllfSchool Show, Cast 3: Honor Roll 2, 3. 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 4: Publications Agent 3 Class: Play Usher 4 Clubs: A Cappella 3, 4: Bowling 2, 3, President 4: Choral 2, 3, 49 First Aid and Social Service 3, 4: Spanish 2, Recording Secretary 3, President 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 3 GEORGE LEROY FERIEND 392 Wembly Road Upper Darby SALESMANSHIP GOLD Plans: Salesman AUDREY WESTON FITHIAN 7132 Seaford Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC GOLD Plans: Secretary Class: Party Committee 4 Clubs: A Cappella 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Library Z One Hundred Sixteen l l GUY ERIK ERIKSON 58 Beech Avenue Alda ARTS AND CRAFTS GOL Plans: Vlork School: Orchestra 2, 3, 4 Clubs: Bowling 4, Team 45 Choral 2, 4 DONALD EVERETT FEGAN 7341 West Chester Pike Upper Darb GENERAL BUSINESS PURPI Nickname: Don I Plans: Mortici: School: AllfSchool Show, Cast 3 Clubs: Bowling 3 RAE DIANE FENN 1800 Garrett Road Lansdown GENERAL BUSINESS PURPI Plans: Modeling School FREDERIC H. FERGUSON 812 Addingham Avenue Drexel Hi ACADEMIC PURPL Nickname: Fred Plans: Colleg School: All'School Show, Cast 3 Sports: Softball Numerals 3 PHILLIS JOAN FINAN 6852 Marshall Road Upper Darb DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION GOL Nickname: Phill Plans: Bell Telephor Clubs: Distrihutive Education 4 CLYDE EDWARD FLEAGLE 361 Edmonds Avenue Drexel Hil GENERAL BUSINESS GOL: Nickname: Shorty Plans: Colleg Class: Play Usher 3 Spgrtsl junior Varsity Basketball 2: Varsity Basketba GEORGE W. FORDHAM 02 Springton Road Upper Darby 'JIENTIFIC GOLD Plans: College :haol: All-School Show, Cast 39 Band 2, 3, 4 sorts: Softball Numerals 2 WINIFRED J. FOX 433 Plumstead Avenue Drexel Hill ALESMANSHIP PURPLE ,icknamcz NVinnie Plans: Undecided lubs: Choral 4 RICHARD STEVEN FRITZ 033 Lindale Avenue Drexel Hill ALESMANSHIP PURPLE iiCliYl!1f"l'l2 TiPDY Plans: College lass: Dance Committee 39 Executive Committee 2, 3 Party Committee 39 Play Committee 3 lubs: A Cappella 49 Choral 2, 3, 4 aorts: Junior Varsity Football 29 Varsity Baseball 3, 4: Varsity Football 3, 4, Most Valuable Player 4 JOSEPH B. FUNK 35-D Stonehurst Court Apt. Upper Darby .CADEMIC GQLD Plans: Undecided JOHANNA E. GARRETT 36 Wayne Avenue Lansdowne CIENTIFIC GOLD 'icknamcz ,lo Plans: Nursing ATEA FAITH GASBARRO 6 Berbro Avenue Upper Darby ,CADEMIC GOLD ilflindfnii Off Plans: Marriage rhool: Publications Agent 29 Publications Business Staff 39 National Thespians 4 lass: Dance Committee 3 'lubsz Choral 39 Latin 3 JANE L. FOSTER 76-3 Drexelbrook Drive Drexel Hill ' ACADEMIC PURPLE Plans: Nurse Clubs: French 4 war no JUNE MARGARET FRAPS Ashurst Avenue Primos ACADEMIC PURPLE Plans: College School: Acorn, Reporter 2, 3, Editorial Board 49 AllfSchool Show, Cast 49 Honor Roll 29 Publications Agent 29 Welfare Agent 3 Class: Commencement Usher 39 Play Usher 39 Dance Commitee 2, 39 Party Committee 49 Play Com' mittee 3 Clubs: A Cappella 4: Choral 3, 49 German 2, Secre' tary 3, VicefPresident 49 I'Ii1Y 3, 4: Latin 2, 39 TayfNVis:alvan 4 FRANK HERMAN FROMM III 4215 State Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD Nickname: Gommi Plans: College School: Welfare Agent 3 Class: Senior Play, Cast9 Play Usher 39 Executive Committee 3 Clubs: A Cappella 3, 49 Choral 2, 3, President 4: I'IifY 4 Sports: junior Varsity Wrestling 2, 39 Varsity Wrest' ling, Co' Captain 4 EVELYN GARNETT 3200-B Marshall Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Nickname: Evie Plans: Medical Secretary School: AllfSchool Show, Production 3, -lg Welfare Agent 49 National Thespians 4 Class: OAK, Literary Stall 4: Dance Committee 3, 49 Party Committee 49 Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Bowling 49 Choral 3, 4 Spovtsz Softball Numerals 29 Junior Varsity Tennis 2, 3 V RUTH A. GARVERICH 42 Windsor Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Plans: College School: Honor Roll 29 Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 49 Publications Agent 29 Publications Business Staff 2, 39 Assistant Business Manager 4 Class: Commencement Usher 39 Play Usher 39 Dance Committee 3, 4: Party Committee 49 Play Com' mittee 3, 4 Clubs: French 49 Library 39 TayfWistalvan 4 JAMES R. GENZANO 570 Larchwood Avenue Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Nickname: Pancho Plans: U. S. Navy Class: Play Usher 4 CLASS OF NINETEE FIFTY-O One Hundred Seventeen PPER D RBY HIGH CHUOL LEON ALEXANDER GERARD, JR. 7217 Brent Road Upper Darby DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION GOLD Nickname: Log Plans: Navy Clubs: Rifle 2: Distributivc Education 4 BERNARD ANTHONY GIORDANO 305 Avon Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Plans: Undecided DONALD T. GLADSTONE 1185 Dermond Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD Nickname: Moe Plans: College School: A. A. Council 2, 4: Honor Roll 3: Publica' tions Agent 2: Physics Prize 3 Class: Executive Committee 2, 4: Play Committee 4 Clubs: HifY 3, 4 Sports: Varsity Basketball 3, CofCaptain 4 ELAINE GOMBERG 772 Garrett Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Nickname: Lyn Plans: College School: All-School Show, Cast 4: Honor Roll 4: Student Council 2 Class: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Spanish 3, 4: World Aifairs Forum 4 ELAINE GRADY 533 Littlecroft Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC GOLD Nickname: Reds Plans: WAFS Class: Dance Committee 3 BARBARA MAY GRATZ 29 North Kirklyn Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Plans: Teacher School: Alllschool Show, Cast 4: Honor Roll 3: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Biology Prize 2: UpifDul1 Art Staff 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Bulletin Board Com' mittee 2, 3: Dance Committee 2 Clubs: A Cappella 4: Beaux Arts 2, 3, President 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: French 2, 3, 4 One Hundred Eighteen DALE V. GILES 920 Concord Avenue Drexel Hil ACADEMIC GOL1 Clubs: Rifle 2 STEPHANIE DOLORES GIRARD 132 Wellington Road Upper Darb STENOGRAPHIC PURPL Nickname: Stef Plans: Secretai School: All-School Show, Cast 4. Clubs: Choral 2, 3. 4 Sports: Hockey Numerals 3, 4 SARAH SUZANNE GLASSMIRE 3845 Albemarle Avenue Drexel Hi SCIENTIFIC GOL Nickname: Suzie Plans: Colleg School: Aco1n, Reporter 4: All-School Show, Cast 3, A Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Welfare Agent 3 Class: Senior Play. Cast: Commencement Usher Play Committee 3 Clubs: A Cappella 3, 4: Bowling 2, 4: Choral 2, 3, 1 French 4: Hi-Y 4: Latin 2: Leeuwcnhoek 3. Secri tary 4: Pleiades 2: TayfWistalvan 2, 3, Treasurer Sports: Junior Varsity Hockey, Manager 3 PATRICIA JOANNE GOODMAN 59 North Brighton Avenue Upper Darb STENOGRAPHIC GOL Nickname: Pat Plans: Office Woi School: Allfschool Show, Cast 4 Class: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Bowling 3: Choral 2, 3, 4 MARILYN M. GRAHAM 7056 Clover Lane Upper Darb- STENOGRAPHIC PURPI. Nickname: Satch Plans: Secretai WILLIAM B. GRAY, JR. Upper Darb 9 North Carol Boulevard SALESMANSHIP GOL Plans: Sellin Nickname: Bill JERALD A. GRAZIANO 201 Kingston Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Qiclulame: Pebbles Plans: College Ilubs: A Cappella 4: Choral 3 Wports: Junior Varsity W'restling, Manager 3 l ROBERT G. GREEN l46 Turner Avenue Drexel Hill KCADEMIC PURPLE Qiclmame: Geoducki Plans: Undecided JAMES THOMAS GRISWOLD II L8-17 Valley Road Drexel Hill .CIENTIFIC GOLD lickname: Tom Plans: College ichool: Distinguished Honor Roll Z, 3, 4: Publications Agent 4: Student Council 3: Welfare Agent 4: HifQ Team 4 flass: OAK, Literary Staff 4: Party Committee 4 flubs: Chess, President 3: German 3, 4: Hi-Y 4: 'Latin 3: Steinmetz, Historian 3, Secretary-Treasurer 14: World Affairs Forum 2, Treasurer 3, 4 WARREN EDWARD GRUPE E25 Wingate Road Upper Darby lCIENTlFlC GOLD lickname: Babe Plans: Pediatrician Fclwol: Acorn, Reporter 2, 3, Editorfin-Chief 4: All' School Show, Cast 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: National Thespian Society 4, Vice-President 3: Drama Prize 2: Kiwanis National Kids Day Award 3: Student Council 2, 4, Executive Committee 4: School Stage Crew 2, 3 flass: Class Color Captain 2, 3: Junior Play Cast: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2, 3: Executive Committee 3: Party Committee 2: Play Committee 3 flubs: Hi'Y 3, 4: Pleiades 2: Steinmetz 2 JOHN WILLIAM HACKMASTER, JR. l07 Lincoln Avenue Lansdowne BCIENTIFIC PURPLE Qicknamc: Jack Plans: College icliool: Student Council 2 Ilass: Senior Play, Cast: Executive Committee 3, 4: Party Committee 4 flubs: Beaux Arts 4 JANE GLENN I-IALLAM 566 Fairfax Road Drexel Hill iCIENTIFIC PURPLE Plans: College School: National Thespian Society 3, 4 floss: Junior Play, Cast: Senior Play, Cast: Com' mencement Usher 3 flubs: A Cappella 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: HifY 4: Latin 2: Pleiades 2 JOSEPH STEPHEN GRAZIANO 515 Anderson Avenue Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE Nickname: Joe Plans: Undecided IRENE GREENE 6849 Clover Lane Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC GOLD Plans: Secretary Clubs: Choral 4 KENNETH N. GROFF 1020 Edmonds Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE Nickname: Gopher Plans: College HAROLD FRANKLIN HAABESTAD, JR. 4304 State Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Nickname: Bud Plans: College School: A. A. Council 3, 4: All'School Show, Cast 3, 4: Honor Roll 4: Distinguished Honor Roll Z, 3, 4: Harvard Club Award 3: Student Council, Vice- President 3, President 4: Welfare Agent 2 Class: VicefPresident 25 Commencement Usher 3: Play Usher 2: Dance Committee 2, 3: Executive Committee 2: Party Committee 2 Clubs: A Cappella 4: Choral 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4 Sports: Junior Varsity Basketball 2, 3: Junior Varsity Football 2, 3: Varsity Basketball, Co-Captain 4: Varsity Football 4: Varsity Tennis 2, Captain 3, 4 WILLIAM LOUIS HAELLE, JR. 242 North Lynn Boulevard Upper Darby DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION PURPLE Nlfllmlmfi Bill Plans: Painter Clubs: Bowling 2, 3: Distributive Education 4 GRACE DOLORES HAMPEL 43 Revere Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD Plans: College School: Honor Roll 4: Upi-Dah, Litcrary Stall 4 Class: Dance Committee 3, 4: Party Committee 2, 41 Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Latin 2: Library 2, 3: Spanish 3, 4: Tay' Wistalvan 4 CLASS OF NINETEE FIFTY O E One Hundred Nineteen UPPER D RBY HIGH CHOOL VIVIAN HANFORD 445 Kenwood Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD Nickname: V Plans: College School: Acom, Reporter 2, 3, 4: All-School Show, Cas: 3, 4: Production 2, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll Z. 3, 4: National Thespian Society, Secretary 3, 4: English Prize 3: Welfare Agent 2 Class: Senior Play, Cast: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2, 3: Executive Committee 2: Party Committee Z. 4: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Choral 4: HifY 2, 3, 4: Pleiades 2: Tay' Wistalvan 2, 3, President 4 Sports: Junior Varsity Basketball, Manager 3: Varsity Basketball, Manager 4 ALLAN W. HARRIMAN 7224 Hazel Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Nickname: Gook Plans: Undecided Clubs: Choral 4 Spovtsz Basketball Numerals 3: Soccer Numerals 3: junior Varsity Football 2 ELINORE WEST HART 7262 Spruce Street Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Nickname: Bunny Plans: College School: Acorn, Reporter 2, 3, 4: AllfSchool Show, Cast 3. 4: Publications Agent 2 Class: Dance Committee 2: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Beaux Arts 3: Tay1Wistalvan 3, 4 Sports: junior Varsity Hockey 2, 3: junior Varsity Tennis 2, 3: Varsity Hockey 4: Varsity Tennis 4 DOLORES MARIE HECK 3 Oxford Street Fernwood GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Plans: Undecided JANET ELIZABETH HENDRIXSON 216 Magnolia Terrace Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD Nickname: Hendy Plans: Drexel Institute School: Acom, Reporter 2, 3, Editorial Board 4: All'Scho0l Show, Cast 3, 4: Honor Roll 3: Distin' guished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Algebra II Award 2: English Prize 3: French I Prize 3 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2: Play Committee 3 Clubs: Choral 2: First Aid and Social Service Z, 3, 4: French 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Pleiades 2, 3 Spons: Softball Numerals 3 JEAN MARIE HENKEY 329 Huntley Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Plans: Undecided One Hundred Twenty WILLIAM EDGAR HAPPERSETT, JR. 209 North Cedar Lane Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLI Nickname: Bill Plans: Colleg School: A. A. Council 4: Acofn, Reporter 4: Hono Roll 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 3, 4: Studen Council 4 Class: Senior Play, Cast Clubs: Rifle 3, 4 Sports: Rifle 3, 4 GENE H. HARRIS 21 North Kirlclyn Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLI Nickname: Taf Plans: Colleg School: A. A. Council 4: Publications Agent 2 Color Captain 4: Leaders' Group 4 Class: Color Captain 4: Vice'President 4: Com mencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 3, 4: Execu tive Committee 4: Party Committee 4 Clubs: HifY 2, 3, Assistant Vice'President 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 4: Junior Varsity Basketbal 2, 3: Varsity Baseball 2, 3, CofCaptain 4 KATHRYN M. HEALY 77-4 Drexelbrook Drive Drexel Hil GENERAL BUSINESS GOLI Nickname: Kate Plans: Business Schoc School: Honor Roll 4: Welfare Agent 4 Clubs: Choral 3 FRANKLIN J. HEIM, JR. 1122 Wilson Drive Upper Darbj SCIENTIFIC GOL1 Nickname: Farmer Plans: State Teachers Colleg School: All-School Show, Cast 3 Clubs: A Cappella 3: Choral 2, 3, 4: Latin 3 STANLEY GEORGE HENION 7000 Cleveland Avenue Upper Darbj ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPL Nickname: Stan, the Man Plans: U. S. Nav JOHN HENN 727 Concord Avenue SCIENTIFIC GOL1 Nickname: ,lack Drexel Hil Plans: Colleg School: A. A. Council 4: AllfSchool Show, Cast 4 Honor Roll 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2 Student Council 3, Treasurer 4: Welfare Agent Class: Treasurer 2, 3. 4: Commencement Usher 3 Play Usher 3: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Executiv Committee 2, 3, 4 Clubs: Choral 4: HifY 3, 4 Spovts: Softball Numerals 3: Junior Varsity Football 2 Junior Varsity Wrestling 3: Varsity Football 3 Captain 4: Varsity Wrestling 4 RONALD W. HENRY 104 North Fairview Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD Nickname: Ron Plans: College Sports: Junior Varsity Baseball, Manager 2 WALTER RAYMOND HERTLER 717 Alexander Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD 1Nickm1me: Wally Plans: Medicine School: All'School Show, Production 2, 3: Honor Roll 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 3, 4: Publications Agent 2: Publications Business Stall 2: Orchestra 2, 3 Clubs: Rifle 2, 3, Treasurer 4 Sports: Varsity Rifle 2, 3 ROBERT BRUCE HICKMAN 7170 Radbourne Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Nickname: Mr. U. S. A. Plans: College :School: Honor Roll 4: Student Council 4 JANET MILDRED HOECHST 202 North Clifton Avenue Aldan ACADEMIC GOLD Plans: College iClubs: Choral 3, 4 l SUZANN E F. HOFFMAN i256 Sanford Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD Nickname: Sue Plans: Nursing Clubs: Bowling 43 Choral 2, 3: French 2, 4: Library 4: Rifle 2 NANCY LEE HOLMES 3212 Brunswick Avenue Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE Nickname: Nance Plans: Model School: All-School Show, Cast 3: Publications Agent 3, 4: Welfare Agent 3 Class: Play Usher 3, 4: Dance Committee 3, 4: Party Committee 4: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Bowling 3 Sports: Softball Numerals 3: Hockey Numerals 4 ANN ELIZABETH HENTSCHEL 5006 Dermond Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD Nickname: Hench Plans: Laboratory Technician Class: Play Usher 2, 3: Dance Committee 3: Party Committee 4: Play Committee 3 Spo1ts: Basketball Numerals 3: Junior Varsity Hockey 3: Varsity Hockey 4 PATRICIA ANNE HEWSON 329 Maple Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Nickname: Pots I Plans: Cornell School: Acorn, Editorial Board 4: Acorn Reporter 2, 3: All'School Show, Cast 3, 4, Production 4: Honor Roll 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Leaders Group 4: National Thespians 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee 2, 4 Clubs: A Cappella 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Bowling 2: HifY 4: Latin 2: TayfWistalvan 4 Sports: Junior Varsity Hockey 3: Varsity Hockey 4 JOHN D. HILDEBRANDT, JR. 210 Long Lane Upper Darby SALESMANSHIP Nickname: Jack Plans: Navy School: Publication Agent 4 Clubs: Bowling, Team 3 Spovts: Junior Varsity Baseball, Captain a NANCY G. HOFFMAN 3433 Berkeley Avenue Drexel Hill DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION PURPLE School: Student Council 4 SHIRLEY JOYCE HOILAND 641 Merion Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Plans: College School: AllfSchool Show, Cast 3, 4: Honor Roll 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: National Thespian Society 3, 4: Publications Agent 2: Biology Prize Z: Student Council, Secretary 4: Welfare Agent 3 Class: Junior Play, Cast: Senior Play, Cast: OAK, Literary Staff 4: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 3 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, Executive Committee 4: Hi'Y 3, VicefPresident 4: Plciadcs 2: Tay'Wistalvan 3, 4 THO'MAS FRANCIS HOGARTY, JR. 68 South Brighton Avenue Upper Darby DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION GOLD Nickname: Tom Plans: Coast Guard School: Honor Roll 4 Clubs: Distributive Education 4 CLASS OF NINETEE FIFTY O E One Hundred Twentyfone UPPER D RBY HIGH CHOOL ALLEN ROBERT HOLTZ 4911 Woodland Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Nickname: Bob Plans: Undecided ELSIE MAY HORST 7409 Miller Avenue Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE Plans: Office W'ork ALICE HOVSEPIAN 7216 Hilltop Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE Nickname: Al Plans: Secretary School: Honor Roll 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2 Class: OAK, Literary Staff 4: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 4: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 3, 4 SAMUEL A. HUFFARD 121 South State Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD Nickname: Sam Plans: Undecided School: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Student Council 3: Execu' tive Committee 2. 4 Clubs: Hi1Y 3, VicefPresident 4 Sports: junior Varsity Football Z, 3: Varsity Football 4 WILLIAM H. HUGHES 625 Lukens Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Nickname: Red Plans: University of Delaware School: Welfare Agent 2 Sports: Soccer Numerals 2 RUTH LOUISE HUNTSBERGER 39 South Pennock Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD Nickname: Ruthie Plans: Dress Designer School: AllfSchool Show. Production 3 Class: Play Committee 4 One Hundred Twenty-two CATHERINE P. HORAN 7810 Arlington Avenue Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Nickname: Cathy Plans: Receptionist ADRIENNE F. HOSHABJIAN 328 South Carol Boulevard Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC GOLD Nickname: Ade Plans: Secretary School: AllfSchool Show, Cast 4, Production 4: Honor Roll 3, 4: Publication Typing Staff 4: Student Council 2: Welfare Agent Z Class: Play Usher 3: Dance Committee 3, 4: Party Committee 4: Play Committee 3 Clubs: Choral 3, 4: Library 2, 3, 4 Sports: Softball Numerals 3 JEAN ANN HUBER 703 Wildell Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD Nickname: Jeanie Plans: Nursing School: Honor Roll 2, 4 Class: Play Usher 4: Dance Committee 4: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: Latin 3 BARBARA ANN HUGHES 509 Spruce Avenue Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Nickname: Bobbie Plans: Show Business School: All'School Show, Cast Z. 3, Queen 4: Color Guard 3. 4 Class: Dance Committee 4: Party Committee 4 GERTRUDE ELIZABETH HUNTER 83 North Keystone Avenue Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Nickname: Gert Plans: Beautician School: Band 3, 4 Class: Dance Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 4 O. LAIRD HUNTSMAN 72-2 Drexelbrook Drive Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD Plans: Lehigh University School: Student Council 2 Class: Play Usher 4 Clubs: Rifle 2 Sports: Basketball Numerals 3: Soccer Numerals 2: Varsity Soccer 3, 4: Varsity Swimming 2, 3. RUTH I. HUSTED 845 Turner Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE Nickname: Ruthie Plans: Teaching School: Distinguished Honor Roll 4: Welfare Agent 4 Class: Play Usher 3, 4: Dance Committee 3, 4: Party Committee 3: Play Committee 3 Clubs: Bowling 3, 4: Choral 4: Spanish 2, 3: Sergeant- atfArms 4 RICHARD DALE IRVINE 125 Powell Lane Upper Darby PURPLE Plans: Navy SCIENTIFIC Nickname: Irvinski School: Band 2 Class: Senior Play, Cast: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Executive Committee 3 Clubs: A Cappella 3, 4: Bcaux Arts 2, 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Fencing 2 GRACE LAURETTE JACKSON 321 Burmont Road Drexel H'ill DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION PURPLE Nickname: Reds Plans: Marriage Clubs: Choral 2: Distributive Education 4 ROBERT C. JAMES 19 Central Avenue P1-imos DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION PURPLE Nickname: Bob Plans: U. S. Marines Class: Executive Committee 4 Clubs: Distributive Education 4 JANET LEE JAY 54-4 Revere Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE NiClUU1WlC? .lan Plans: College Clubs: Choral 4: Spanish 4 RALPH ,R. JEHANIAN 318 Bayard Road Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE Plans: Agriculture LOUISE ANN INGAGLIO 446 Shadeland Avenue Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Nickname: Deana Plans: Office Work Clubs: Choral 2, 4: Library 2 GEORGE WILLSON JACKSON 3997 Vernon Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD Plans: Geneva College School: A. A. Council 4: Publications Agent 4 Clubs: HifY 3, Secretary 4 Sports: Junior Varsity Cross Country 2: Varsity Cross Country 3: CofCaptain 4 JOAN ANN JACOBS 816 Collenbrook Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD Nick-name: Jakie Plans: Pierce School of Business School: AllfSchool Show, Cast 4. Production 2, 3: Honor Roll 2: National Thespian,Society 3, 4: Advanced Biology Prize 3: Welfare Agent 4 Class: Senior Play, Cast: Bulletin Board Committee 2: Dance Committee 2, 3: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: A Cappella 4: Astrophychem 3, 4: Bowling 3, Secretary 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: First Aid and Social Service 4: French 4: Hippocrates 2, 3, VicefPresident 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Pleiades 3 Sports: Softball Numerals 2: Basketball Numerals 3: Junior Varsity Tennis 2, 3 ANNE F. JANDA 7115 Sellers Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Plans: College School: All-School Show, Cast 3, 4: Honor Roll 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3: National Thespian Society 3, Clerk 4: Student Council 2: Leaders' Group 4 Class: Junior Play, Cast: Senior Play, Cast: OAK, Literary Staff 4: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2 Clubs: German 3, Secretary 4: HifY 2, 3, Secretary 4: Pleiades 2: TayfWistalvan 2, 3, 4 THOMAS R. JEFFERY 5035 Marvine Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD Plans: Agriculture College Clubs: Agriculture, Vice-President 3, President 4 Sports: Junior Varsity Cross Country 3: Varsity Cross Country 4 BARBARA RUTH JOHANSEN 48 South Kirklyn Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Plans: Laboratory Technician School: All-School Show, Production 3, 4 Class: Play Usher 4: Party Committee 4: Play Com' mittee 3 Sports: Basketball Numerals 3 f CLASS OF NINETEE FIFTY O One Hundred Twenty-three l 4 UPPER D RBY HIGH SCHOOL NORMAN RUSSELL JOHNSON 7222 Lamport Road Upper Darby DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION GOLD Nickname: Norm Plans: Navy School: Publications Agent 4 Clubs: Bowling, Team 3: Distributive Education 4 Sports: Junior Varsity Baseball 2: junior Varsity Football 2 ROBERT JOHNSON 215 Hiawatha Lane Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Nickname: Boh Plans: College School: Band 2, 3. 4 BARBARA LOUISE JONES 162 Academy Lane Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Nickname: Bobbie Plans: Oral Hygienist THOIVIAS EDWIN JONES 66 Albert Avenue Aldan SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Nickname: Tom Plans: Dentist School: Band 2, 3, 4 Clubs: Bowling 4, Team 4 ANNE MARY JUELE 207 Hampden Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD Plans: Typist DORIS ANN KAMMERER 1230 Mrytlewood Avenue Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC GOLD Nickname: Doe Plans: Airline Hostess School: AllfSchool Show, Cast 4 Class: Dance Committee 4: Party Committee 4 , Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4 Y Spoftsz Junior Varsity Hockey 3: Varsity Hockey 4 One Hundred Twentyffouv PATRICIA T. JOHNSON 4614 Woodland Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC Nickname: Pat Plans: Penn State School: Publications Agent 2 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: Rifle Z i Sports: Rifle 3 ELIZABETH ANNE JOHNSTON 840 Turner Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD Nickname: Betsy Plans: College School: Aco1n, Art Staff 2: AllfSchool Show, Produc' tion 3: Welfare Agent 2, 4 Class: OAK, Art Staff 4: Play Usher 3: Bulletin Board Committee 2: Dance Committee 3: Executive Com' mittee 4: Play Committee 2 Clubs: French, Treasurer 4: Hippocrates 4 ROBERT FRANKLIN JONES 367 Margate Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC COLD Nickname: Bob Plans: College School: Honor Roll 3: Student Council 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 2 JAMES MARTIN JOYCE 343 Congress Avenue Lansdowne ACADEMIC PURPLE Nickname: Jim Plans: Business School Clubs: Spanish 4 Sports: Junior Varsity,Baseball 3 CAROL - ANN KAESTNER 1025 Lindale Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Nickname: Kaesy Plans: Dental Hygienist School: All-School Show, Cast 3, 4: Publications Agent 3 Class: Play Usher 3, 4: Bulletin Board Committee 43 Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Executive Committee 2: Party Committee Z, 4: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Choral 2: Hippocrates Z, 3: Spanish 3, Treas' urer 4 , BARBARA JEAN KAUFMAN 504 Argyle Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE Nickname: Barb Plans: Undecided School: AllfSchool Show, Cast 4 Class: Dance Committee 4: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Bowling 4: Choral 4: Rifle 23 Spanish 4 MARY JANE KEHL PETER D. KENNEDY 920 Cornell Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE Plans: Nursing School: Acorn, Art Stall 4: AllfSchool Show, Cust 4: Up:-Dah, Art Staff Z, 3, Art Editor 4 Class: OAK, Art Stall' 4: Commencement Usher 3: Party Committee 4: Play Committee 4 Clubs: A Cappella 3, 4: Beaux Arts 2, 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: French Z RUTH EDITH KENNEDY 49 South Kirklyn Avenue Upper Darby DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION GOLD Plans: Secretary School: Distinguished Honor Roll 4 Clubs: Bowling 3: Choral 3: Distrihutive Education 4 Sports: Hockey Numerals 3 EVELYN MARIE KIE FER 2505 Mansfield Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Nickname: Ev Plans: Laboratory Technician School: AllfSchool Show, Production 3, 4: Publica- tions Agent 4: Leaders' Group 4: National Thes- pians 4 Class: Dance Committee 3, 4: Party Committee 4: Play Committee 4 Clubs: Bowling 4: Choral 3, 4 LILLIAN R. KILMAN Drexel Hill GOLD Plans: Office Clerk 126 Burmont Road GENERAL BUSINESS Nickname: Lil Clubs: Choral 2 DOROTHY MARIE KING 7251 Clinton Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Nickname: Dot Plans: Mzxrrizigc JOHN PATRICK KING II 2229 Manoa Avenue Havertown GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Spons: Junior Varsity Baseball, Managu 3: Varsity Baseball, Manager 4 126 Crestview Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD Nickname: Nleyer Plans: Navy ANTHONY GEORGE KERAK 3829 James Street Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD Nzckname: Tony Plum: XVork CHARLES WILSON KILE, JR. 4026 Marshall Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE Nickname: Wils Plans: College School: Acorn, Photographic Stall' 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 4: All-School Show, Cast 4 Class: OAK, Photographic Staff 2, 3, 4: Play Usher 4: Party Committee 4: Play Committee 4 Clubs: A Cappella 3: Choral 2, 3, Executive Committee 4: French 3: Hi-Y 4 Spovts: Varsity Swimming 3 DORIS EVELYN KING 404 Croyden Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Nickname: Dor Plans: Secretary Class: Dance Committee 4 Clubs: A Cappella 3: Choral 2, 3, 4 JOANNE E. KING 328 Kingston Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE Nickvimnez Jo Plans: Stenographer Class: Dance Committee 4: Party Committee 4 PATRICIA ANN KING 45 Golf Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Nickname: Pat Plans: Bell Telephone Operator Class: Play Usher 3: Dance Committee Z Clubs: Choral 33 Library Z Sports: Hockey Nomerals I CLASS GF NINETEE FIFTY O E one Hundred :rwemyfyeve V, M UPPER DARBY HIGH CHOGL JOAN ELEANOR KIRK 255 Heather Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Nickname: Kirky Plans: Work School: Publications Agent Z Clubs: Choral 3, 4: Spanish 2 LAWRENCE VICTOR KLOMPS Mildred Street Primos GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Plans: Undecided ROBERT G. KOSHMIDER 156 Summit Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Nickname: Bob Plans: Law Sports: Soccer Numerals 3 LIESE KATHERINE KREBS 7013 Emerson Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD Nickname: Auddie Plans: College School: Upi'Dah, Art Stall 2: Band, Color Guard 3, 4 Class: OAK, Art Stall 3: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2. 3: Party Committee 33 Play Committee 2, 3 Clubs: Beaux Arts 3: Choral Z, 3: French Z, 3: Latin 2 NEIL GREGORY KYDE 7036 Greenwood Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Nickname: Neil Plans: Drexel Clubs: Bowling Team 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 4: Chess Team 2 Spons: Soccer Numerals 2 JOAN MARGARET LA KARNAFEAUX 2154 Sproul Road Newtown Square DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION GOLD Nickname: Frenchie Plans: Dress Designer School: Publications Agent 3 Class: Bulletin Board Committee 4: Dance Committee 2. 3: Party Committee 2: Play Committee 3 Clubs: Distributive Education 4g Library 2 One Hundred 'Twentyfsix KENDALL S. KLEINDIENST 1116 Edmonds Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE NICRWUMCC KEN Plans: Ari School: Publications Agent 3. 4 Clubs: Rifle 2 Sports: Basketball Numerals 3: Soccer Numcrals 3 JAMES RONALD KNAPP 118 Kent Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLII Plans: College School: AllfSchool Show, Cast 4: Student Council 2, E Class: Senior Play, Cast: Dance Committee 4 Clubs: A Cappella 3. 4: Choral 2. 3, -I DOROTHY VIRGINIA KRAMER 41 Beech Avenue Aldan STENOGRAPHIC COLE Class: Dance Committee 4: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals Z JUNE ELIZABETH KUEHNLE 39 Cloverdale Avenue Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE School: AllfSchool Show, Production 3. 4 Class: Dance Committee 3: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Beaux Arts 3, 4: Choral Z, 4: Library 2, 3, 4 ROBERT M. LA FOUNTAIN 7916 Park Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC' COLE Plans: Undecided H. KENNETH LAKE, JR. 220 Springton Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLI Nickname: Ken Plans: Collegi School: Honor Roll 3: Publications Agent 3 Clubs: Bowling 3, ViccfPresident 4, Team 3, 4 Visual Aids 2 JANICE ANITA LAKIN 170 Westpark Lane Clifton Heights ENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE , Plans: Telephone Operator ROCCO N. LANCIANO 05 Margate Road A Upper Darby iCADEMIC PURPLE licknamc: Rock Plans: Navy VICTORIA LATIMER Drexel Hill l037 Rosemont Avenue IENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Plans: Omce Wlork Qiclqnamc: Vicky JAMES P. LAW ,621 Beverly Boulevard Upper Darby CIENTIFIC GOLD Qicknama: Ponder Plans: College JOHN LESLIE LAYMAN l130 Garrett Road Drexel Hill ICCOUNTING PURPLE licknamc: Oggie Plans: College clmol: Honor Roll 4 ports: Junior Varsity Cross Country 35 Varsity Cross Country 4 DAVID HOWARD LEATHEM 208 Cornell Avenue Drexel Hill CIENTIFIC PURPLE Ilflhlamc: Dave Plans: College llass: Commencement Usher 3 Ilubs: Agriculture. President 3, VicefPresident 4: Hi-Y 3. Treasurer 4: Leaders' Group 4 ports: Junior Varsity Basketball 2g Junior Varsity Cross Country 3: Varsity Cross Country 4: Varsity Track 3, Co-captain 4 WILLIAM E. LA MON 253 Rocklyn Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Nickname: Bill Plans: College School: Biology Prize 2 Clubs: ANCappclla 3. 4: Choral 2, 4: Executive Com- mittee J VIRGINIA FRANCES LARSON 230 Parker Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Nickname: Ginny Plans: College School: A. A. Council 43 Acom, Reporter 3, Editorial Board 4: All'School Show, Production 3, 4: Publi- cations Agent 3: Student Council 2 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Party Committee 2, 4: Play Committee 3 Clubs: Choral 2. 3: First Aid and Social Service 3, 4: French 4: Latin 4: Tay-Wistalvan 4: Bowling 2 Sports: Junior Varsity Hockey 3 DOLORES LAURA LAUB 77 North State Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE Nickname: De Plans: Comptomcter Operator School: All1SchooI Show, Cast 4: Color Guard 3, 4 Class: Dance Committee 4: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Choral Z, 3, 4 CARROLL P. LAWRENCE Upper Darby PURPLE Plans: Navy 123 Ashton Road ACADEMIC Nickname: Larry JOANNE ALICE LEAHY Drexel Hill 1237 Cornell Avenue ACADEMIC GOLD Nick-name: Josie Plans: Penn Statr School: Acorn, Art Staff 4 Class: Senior Play, Cast Clubs: Beaux Arts 3: Choral 2, 3: Rifle 2: Spanish 3 VANNETTE LEE 208 South Cedar Lane Upper Darby PURPLE Plans: Dancer ARTS AND CRAFTS Nickname: Vee School: AllfSchoul Show, Cast 4, Production 3, 4- Honor Roll 4 l Class: Dance Committee 3, 4: Partv Committee 4 Clubs: Beaux Arts 3, 4: Choral 3, 4: Library 2, 4 CLASS OF NINETEE FIFTY O E One Hundred Twenty-seven PPER D RBY HIGH SCHOOL ANNA EMILY LEGGE 8418 West Chester Pike Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Nickname: Anne Plans: General Office YVork School: Publications Agent 2: Band, Librarian 4: Orchestra 2, Librarian 3, 4 Class: Dance Committee 3 Clubs: Library 2 Sports: Softball Numerals 3 ROBERT CHARLES LESHER 264 Bayard Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD Nickname: Lesh Plans: College School: Honor Roll 2, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 3: Spanish Prize 3: Geometry Prize 3 GRACE CARMELA LETTERIELLO 135 Springton Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE Nickname: Cuddles Plans: Private Secretary Class: Dance Committee 4 PATRICIA ANN LIGHT 928 Mason Avenue GENERAL BUSINESS Nickname: Pat School: AllfSchool Show, Cast 4 Class: OAK, Art Stall 4: Dance Committee 3, 4: Party Committee 2, 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4 Drexel Hill PURPLE Plans: Pierce Business School MARGARET ANN LLOYD 2810 Hillcrest Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD Plans: College School: AllfSchool Show, Cast 4, Ididuction 2, 3, 4: National Thespian Society 4: Pub ications Agent 2 Class: Dance Committee 3:'Party Committee 4: Play Commitee 2, 3,lL Clubs? A Cappella 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: French 4: I"Ii'Y 4 Sports: Softball Numerals 2: Junior Varsity Basketball 2, 3: Junior Varsity Hockey 2: Varsity Tennis 2 JOHN MARTIN LOPEZ 2409 Stoneybrook Lane Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Plans: College One Hundred Twentyfeight CON STANCE COURTENAY LENHARE 2456 Hillcrest Road Drexel Hil SCIENTIFIC GOLI Plans: Gettysburg College School: A. A. Council 4: All'School Show, Cast 3, 4 Production 2, 3, 4: National Thespian Society 3, 4 Honor Roll 4: Welfare Agent 3 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Play Usher 4: Danc Committee 2, 3. 4: Executive Committee 4: Part' Committee 4: Play Committee 2, 3, 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: Hi'Y 4: Pleiades 2 Sports: Softball Numerals 2: Basketball Numerals 2 Junior Varsity Basketball 3: Varsity Basketball 4 Varsity Hockey 3, Captain 4: Varsity Tennis 2, THEODORE THOMAS LESSARD, JR. 956 Argyle Road Drexel Hil SCIENTIFIC' - GOLI Nickname: Ted Plans: Nav ARTHUR JAMES LIGHT, JR. 928 Mason Avenue Drexel Hil ACADEMIC PURPLI Nickname: Jim Plans: Lawye Clubs: World Affairs Forum 3, Vice-President 4 Sports: Junior Varsity Cross Country 3 JOHN G. LIPSETT 112 Glendale Road Upper Darbj ACADEMIC PURPL' Plans: Lawyer School: Acorn 3, Editorial Board 4: Honor Roll 3, 4 Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Biology Prize 2 Student Council 2, 3, 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3 Clubs: Bowling 3: I'IifY 3. 4: World Affairs Forum 3 President 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 2, 3: Soccer Numerals WALTER JOHN LOMAX Broadway Avenue Secan ACADEMIC GOLI Nickname: Jerry Plans: Insuranc Clubs: Agriculture 4 U RUTH JANE LORD 7017 Clover Lane Upper Darbp ARTS AND CRAFTS GOL1 Nickname: Ruthie Plans: Hairdressc Clubs: Choral 2 MARY ELIZABETH LOUCH .8 Turner Avenue Drexel Hill IADEMIC PURPLE ckname: Bette Plans: Ollice Work iool: Acorn Reporter 3, 4: Honor Roll 2, 3 ss: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 3, 4: Play Committee 4 ubs: Bowling 2, 3, 45 Library 2 DIANE LOYSEN l Revere Road No. 9 Drexel Hill ZADEMIC PURPLE ckname: Di Plans: Commercial Artist hool: Upi-Dall, Art Staff 3, 4, Literary Stall 4: AllfSchool Show, Production 3 ass: OAK, Art Stall 4: Dance Committee 3: Party Committee 3, 4: Play Committee 3, 4 nbs: Beaux Arts 3 JANICE MacDONALD !29 Apache Lane Drexel Hill 'JADEMIC' PURPLE Eckuame: ,lan Plans: College bool: AllfSchool Show, Production 3: Honor Roll 4: Student Council 2, 3: Welfare Agent 2 ass: Play Committee 3 CONSTANCE DENA MAKOS 7 Wellington Road Upper Darby CADEMIC PURPLE ickname: Dena Plans: School bool: All-School Show, Cast 3, Production 3, 4: Student Council 4: Welfare Agent 3, 4: National Thespians 4 ass: Dance Committee 4: Party Committee 4, Play Committee 4 lubs: A Cappella 3: Choral 2, 3, 4: Pleiades 2: Spanish 3, 4 JOYCE ELLEN MALLORY 547 Woodland Avenue Drexel Hill CADEMIC PURPLE ifkflflmef .l0Y Plans: Journalist bool: Acorn, Reporter 3, 4: AllfSchool Show, Cast 4: Honor Roll 3: Publication Agent 2, 3, 4 lass: Dance Committee 4: Party Committee 4 '1Abs: A Cappella 3, Historian 4: Choral 2, 3g District Chorus 4: State Chorus 4, French 2 lovts: Softball Numerals 3 AN TONY LEO MARHEFKA D9 Roberts Avenue Drexel Hill IIENTIFIC PURPLE iClU1l1"l1f?2 TONY Plans: College l1ool: Student Council 2 lass: Play Usher 3, 43 Play Committee 4 lubs: HfiY 2, 3, 4: Leeuwenhoek Z. 3, President 4 lofts: Basketball Numerals 4: junior Varsity, Captain 2: Varsity Baseball 3 ANNAMAY LOWRY 46 South Madison Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD Plans: College School: Distinguished Honor Roll Z. 4 Class: Play Usher 3: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 4: French 3 Sports: Softball Numerals 3 ELIZABETH WAYNE LYLE 234 Margate Road GENERAL BUSINESS Nukname: Betty Upper Darby PURPLE Plans: Marriage Class: Party Committee 2 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4 BERNICE M. MAIOCCO 108 South Fairview Avenue Upper Darby ACCOUNTING GOLD Nickname: Nieci: Plans: Accountant School: All-School Show. Cast 4: Honor Roll 4 Class: Dance Committee 2, 3, 45 Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Choral 3, 4 ELEANOR JEAN MALATESTA 111 Hampden Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC GOLD Nickname: Candy Plans: Secretary School: AllfSchool Show, Cast 3 Class: Dance Committee 4: Party Committee 4: Play Committee 4 ' Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4 EORGE S. MANGIGIAN 748 Eat ad Drexel Hill GENE ES oGOLD Nickname ggi lzmlegc School: All-Sch ol Sw, Cast 3, 4: Publicat' s . 2 ' nt ' . cutive Committee GW :Yarsit after 2, 3, 4 Lf 5 . M o-U , , DONALD NORMAN MARSHALL 318 South State Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC! GOLD Nickname: Don Plans: Undecided Clubs: Bowling 3 CLASS OF N NETEE FIFTY One Hundred Twentyfnine PPER D RBY HIGH JOAN LOUISE MARTIN 305 Highland Avenue Upper Darby STENOCRAPHIC PURPLE Plans: Undecided Clubs: Choral 3, 4 Sports: Hockey Numcrals 3, 4: Varsity Basketball 3, 4 MARY JANE MATHEWS 56 Sunshine Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Nickname: Mare Plans: Oflice Work School: Band 2 Clubs: Choral 2 ROBERT FRANK MATTHIAS 645 Harper Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Nickname: Mo Plans: College School: All-School Show,'C'ast 2, 3. 4: Honor Roll 4: Orchestra 2, Conccrtmeister 3, 4: District Orchesf tra 3, 4: Leaders' Group 4 Class: Party Committee 2 Clubs: A Cappella 3, 4: Choral 2, 3: Executive Com- mittee 4: Rifle 2 Sports: Varsity Cross Country, Manager 4 JOSEPH GORDON McCALL 929 Fairfax Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Plans: Undecided GRACE ELAINE MCCLOUGHAN 4003 Vernon Road Drexel Hill Nickname: Gra Plans: Executive Secretary School: Acorn, Reporter 2: Allfschool Show. Cast 3. 4. Production 2: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Publications Agent 2: UpifDah, Literary Staff 3: Welfare Agent 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Play Usher 3: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Executive Committee 4: Party Committee 2, 4: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Bowling 2: Choral 3, 4: Pleiades 7., 3: Rifle 2: Tay-Wistalvan 2, 3, 4 Sports: Junior Varsity Basketball 2 DOLORES LILLIAN McGETTIGAN 323 Clearbrook Avenue Lansdowne ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD Plans: Undecidsd One Hundred Thirty C H O O L JOHN THOMAS MASON, JR. 33 Wellington Road Upper Darla ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPL Nickname: Stretch Plans: U. S. Nav Clubs: Agriculture 4: Choral Z, 3, 4 BETTY ANN MATTHEWS 216 Huntley Road Upper Darla SCIENTIFIC GOL' Nickname: Betts Plans: Drexel Institu School: Acorn, Reporter 2, 3, Editorial Board A AllfSchool Show, Cast 3, 4, Production 3, 1 Honor Roll 2, 4: Publications Agent 2, 3, A Welfare Agent 3 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee I Party Committee 4: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Beaux Arts 3, 4: Latin 3, 4 ARTHUR DEWEY MAXWELL, JR. 107 North Pennock Avenue Upper Darb SCIENTIFIC GOL Nickname: Max Plans: Colleg School: Publication Agent 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Play Usher 3: Dani Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee 2, 4: Pl: Committee 3, 4 Clubs: A Cappella 2, 3, District Chorus 4, Librariz 4: Choral 2, 3. Librarian 4: Visual Aids Z Sports: Junior Varsity Cross Country 3 DAVID' PIERCE MCCARRAHER 110 Heather Road Upper Darlr GOL Plans: Minist ACADEMIC Nickname: Dave School: Student Council 2 Clubs: Bowling 3, 4: Choral 4 Sports: Softball Numerals 2 JOAN IVES McCREA 7227 West Chester Pike Upper Darh ACADEMIC PURPI Nickname: Mac Plans: Missiona School: Acorn, Reporter 2: All-School Show, Produeti4 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 4: National Thespian Socie 3, 4: Public Speaking I Prize Z: Upi'Dah, Litera Stall 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 3, Assembly Stage Crew 3, 4: Welfare Agent 2, 3 Class: Junior Play, Cast: Senior Play, Student Directc Dance Committee 3, 4: Executive Committee Party Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 2: Rifle 2: Spanish 3 KATHRYN FRANCIS McGRATH 329 Francis Street Drexel H' GENERAL BUSINESS PURP Nickname: Kate Plans: Press Photograph MARGARET ANN McKIBBIN 428 Huey Avenue Drexel Hill CIENTIFIC GOLD ickname: Margie Plans: Medical Secretary School: All-School Show, Production 4: Publications ' Business Staff 3: Honor Roll 4 Class: Dance Committee 4: Play Committee 4 Clubs: Astrophychem 4: Choral 4: French 4 MARGARITA M. McLAUGHLIN 225 North Linden Avenue Upper Darby SALESMANSHIP GOLD Nickname: Rita Plans: Business School School: Honor Roll 4: Welfare Agent 3 Class: Dance Committee 3: Play Committee 3, 4 PATRICIA MCQUAID 722 Stanbridge Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE Nickname: Pat Plans: West Chester State Teachers College School: All1School Show, Cast 4: Honor Roll 4 Class: OAK, Literary Staff 4 Clubs: A Cappella 3, 4: Beaux Arts 2: Choral 2, 3, 4: Spanish 2, 4: Tay-Wistalvan 4 ROSE MELIKIAN 556 Owen Avenue Lansdowne GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Nficknamez Butch Plans: Work jlass: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 3 PAUL MERRIKEN 111 Midvale Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Plans: Dartmouth College lchool: A. A. Council 4: Honor Roll 4: Student Council 2 Ilass: Commencement Usher 3: Play Usher 3: Dance Committee 3: Executive Committee 3, 4 Ilubs: World Affairs Forum 3, 4. ipo1ts: Basketball Numerals 3: Soccer Numerals 3: Varsity Cross Country 2, 3, CofCaptuin 4 ALICE GRACE MILLER l1S Marlboro Road Upper Darby XCADEMIC PURPLE Qickname: Al Plans: Work ichool: Honor Roll 4: Color Captain 4 flass: Color Captain 4: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee 3, 4: Play Committee 3 flubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: Spanish 4 ipgvts: Hockey Numerals 2, 4: junior Varsity Basket' al 3 LOUISE KATHLEEN McLAUGI-ILIN 504 Wiltshire Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE Plans: WAFS Class: Dance Committee 3 PATRICK C. McMAKIN 504 Elm Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD Plans: Undecided Clubs: Choral 4 PAULINE CECILIA MELCHER 615 Edmonds Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD Nickname: Polly Pla-as: Art School School: Acorn, Art Stall 4: Upi'Dah, Art Staff 2, 3, 4: Welfare Agent 3 Class: OAK, Art Editor 4: Bulletin Board Committee 2, 4: Dance Committee 3: Party Commi tce 4: Play Committee 4 Clubs: Beaux Arts 3: Bowling 2, 3, 4 BRUCE de PEYSTER MENKE 234 Springton Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD Nickname: Bru Plans: Pennsylvania Hospital School of Nursing School: All-School Show, Cast 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 4: Publications Agent 3, 4 Class: OAK, Literary Staff 4: Dance Committee 3 Clubs: A Cappella 3: Choral 2, 3, 4: Rifle Z, Secref tary 3, President 4 Sports: Rifle Z, 3, 4 MARILYN NANCY MEYER 146 Long Lane Upper Darby SALESMANSHIP PURPLE Nickname: Marty Plans: Airline Hostess School: Honor Roll 3: English Prize 3 Class: Bulletin Board Committee 2: Dance Committee 3, 4: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 2: Rifle 2 CAROL LOUISE MILLER Drexel Hill PURPLE 60-11 Drexelbrook Drive STENOGRAPHIC Plans: Secretary School: Al1fSchool Show, Cast 4, Production 4: Publications Typing StaU 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 3, 4: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 3, 4 Ass OF NINETEE FIFTY o One Hundred Thirtyfone PPER D RBY HIGH CHOOL DOROTHY JUNE MILLER 1204 Cobbs Street Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD Nickname: Dutch Plans: Undecided School: Band, Majorette 2, 3, 4 Clubs: Choral 2 FRANCES L. MILLS 7223 Walnut Street Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Nickname: Frannie Plans: College School: All-School Show, Cast 3, 4, Production 3, 4: Publications Agent 3 Class: Dance Committee 4 Clubs: Beaux Arts 2, 3 THEORA MARCIA MINZES 4214 A Woodland Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD Plans: College School: Acorn, Reporter 3, Editorial Board 4: All' School Show, Cast 4: Student Council 2, 4: Leaders' Group 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee Z: Play Committee 3 Clubs: German 3: HifY 2, 3, President 4: Latin 2, 3, 4: Rifle 2: TayfWistalx'an 3, 4: World Affairs Forum 3. 4 JEAN ELIZABETH MOFFITT 19 College Avenue Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE Plans: Secretary School: AllfSchool Show. Cast 4: Honor Roll 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3. 4: Publications Typing Stall, Manager 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 3, 4: Play Committee 3 Clubs: A Cappella 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4 ELSIE DOLORES MOORE 202 F Minerva Court Apts. Upper Darby STENOCRAPHIC PURPLE Plans: Secretary School: AllfSchool Show, Cast 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4 JAYNE I. MORRISON 312 Huntley Road Upper Darby SALESMANSHIP PURPLE Nickname: Jay Plans: Business School Clubs: Bowling 3: French 2 One Hundred Thirtyftwo STEPHEN MILLER 7154 Radbourne Road Upper Darby SALESMANSHIP COLL Nickname: Steve Plans: U. S. Coast Cuari Sports: Junior Varsity Baseball 2 JOEL SHAW MINSTER 3200-A Marshall Road Drexel Hil ACADEMIC PURPLI Nickname: Minnie Plans: Collegi School: Acorn, Reporter 3, 4: All-School Show, Cas 3, 4: Honor Roll Z, 3, 4: National Thespian Societj 3, VicefPresident 4: Dramatics Prize 3: Studen Council, VicefPresident 4: Welfare Agent 4: Leaders Group 4 Class: Junior Play, Cast: Senior Play, Cast: Com mencement Usher 3: Party Committee 4 Clubs: HifY 4: Pleiades 2 Sports: Soccer Numerals 3 JEANNE A. MITCHELL 7274 Calvin Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLI Nickname: Mitch Plans: Nurses Trainin School: Honor Roll 4 Clubs: Rifle 2 SIDNEY G. MOLLARD, JR. 501 Wilde Avenue Drexel Hi SCIENTIFIC GOL Nickname: Sid Plans: Colleg School: All'School Show, Cast 3, 4. Production Z Band 2. 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 4 Class: Dance Committee 4: Party Committee 4 Clubs: A Cappella 3. 4: Choral 2, 3, 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 2: Varsity Football 4 SHIRLEY ANN MORRIS 452 Derwyn Road Drexel Hi ACADEMIC GOL Plans: College School: National Thespian Society 4: Welfare Agent 2, Class: Junior Play. Cast: Senior Play, Student Directo Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 3 Clubs: Choral Z, 3. 4: Pleiades 3: Spanish 7., 3, SYLVIA IRENE MORRISON 316 Congress Avenue Lansdown SCIENTIFIC COLI Plans: College School: Acorn, Reporter 2. 3: Honor Roll 2: Distir guished Honor Roll 2, 3. 4: Publications Agent J English Prize 2: Student Council 2 Class: Senior Play, Cast: Commencement Usher E Dance Committee Z, 3: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 2: HifY 2, 3, 4: Latin 3, 4: Rifle 2 Tay'Wistalvan 2. 3, 4 AUDREY BARBARA MOSES 5028 Marvine Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE Nickname: Aud Plans: Dental Hygienist School: Acorn, Art Staff 31 All-School Show, Cast 3, 4: Honor Roll 2 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Bulletin Board Com' mittee 3, 4: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Executive Committee 2: Play Committee Z, 4 Clubs: Beaux Arts 2, 3: Spanish 3 Spons: Basketball Numerals 2: Junior Varsity Hockey 3 ANNA MARION MULHERAN 912 Baltimore Avenue Lansdowne STENOGRAPHIC I PURPLE Nickname: Anne Plans: Stenoqrapher Spo1ts: Softball Numerals 3 ROBERT H. MUNDORF 738 Mason Avenue Drexel Hill DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION PURPLE Nickname: Sam Plans: Navy Class: Play Usher 3 Clubs: Bowling 3: Distrihutive Education 4 MILTON NEES, JR. 639 Edmonds Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD Nick-name: Uncle Miltie Plans: College Entered September, 1950 Clubs: Hi-Y 4: Visual Aids 4 JOHN N EWBY 5235 Westbrook Drive Clifton Heights ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE Nickname: Brain Plans: Navy JOSEPH HQ NORRIS 940 Argyle Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD Nickname: Joe Plans: College School: All-School Show, Production Z, 3: Band 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 4 Clubs: Steinmetz 4, President 3: Visual Aids 2, 3, 4 JANET F. MOSKOWITZ 401 Sansom Street Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD Nickname: Jan Plans: University of Pennsylvania School: Acorn, Reporter Z, 3, Editorial Board 4: All' School Show, Cast 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Publications Agent 3: Student Council 3 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 3, 4: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: I'lifY 3, 4: Latin 3: Tay' Wistalvan 3, Secretary 4: XVorld Aiiairs Forum 3. Secretary 4 JOHN HOWARD MULLIKIN 206 Huntley Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Nickname: Jack Plans: Commercial Photographer Clubs: Bowling 3, 4: Choral 4: Visual Aids 4 CHARLES EDWARD NATALE 299-A Copley Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Nickname: Chick Plans: Undecided School: Welfare Agent 2 Class: Play Usher 4: Dance Committee 4: Party Com' mittee 4: Play Committee 4 PATRICIA ANN NELSON 7249 Bradford Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Nickname: Pat Plans: Bucknell University School: AllfSchool Show, Cast 4: Honor Roll 4: Student Council 2: Upi'Dah, Literary Staff 3 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Play Usher 3, 4: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee 2, 3, 4: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: A Cappella 3, 4: Astrophychem 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Pleiades 2, 3: Rifle 2: Tay'W'istalvan 4 Sports: Junior Varsity Tennis, Manager 3: Varsity Tennis, Manager 4 H. FREDERICK NIELSEN Upper Darby PURPLE Plans: College 7115 Hazel Avenue SCIENTIFIC Nickname: Fritz Clubs: Pleiades 2 Sports: Soccer Numerals 2 ROBERTA RAE NUNEMACHER 4926 State Road Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD Plans: Nursery School Clubs: Bowling 2, 3: Choral 2, 3, 4 CLASS OF NINETEE FIFTY O One Hundred Thirty-three PPER D RBY HIGH CHOOL RUTH DOLORES O'BRIEN 744 Derwyn Road Drexel Hill SALESMANSHIP PURPLE Nickname: O'Bie Plans: Airline Hostess School: AllfSchool Show, Cast 3 Class: Dance Committee 3: Party Committee 3: Play Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3 JOAN EDWINA OGDEN Upper Darby 386 Avon Road STENOGRAPHIC GOLD Nickname: Reds Plans: Secretary Class: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 2. 4 JOSEPH WILLIAM 0'NEILL Upper Darby 345 Huntley Road GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Nickname: Joe Plans: U. S. Air Force JOHN S. OVERTON Drexel Hill 906 Burmont Road SCIENTIFIC GOLD Plans: Undecided MARION ELAINE PALILONIS 3933 James Street Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Nickname: Smiley Plans: Office XVork MARION EVELYN PAPOURIS 5013 Fairway Road Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC GOLD Nickname: Mar Plans: College School: Honor Roll 33 Publications Agent 3: Student Council 3 Class: Dance Committee 3: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Spanish 3, 4 Sports: Hockey Numerals 4 One Hundred Thirtyffour HARRY WARREN OESCHGER 7045 Clover Lane Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLII Plans: Undecided ELIZABETH LOUISE O'NEILI. 69 Houston Road Lansdowne STENOGRAPHIC PURPLI Nickname: Betty Plans: Secretarj School: All-School Show, Production 4: Publication: Business Stail' 3, Assistant Advertising Manager 4 Clubs: A Cappella 3, Secretary 4: Choral 2. 3, Distric Chorus 4: Library 2, 4 RALPH FREDERICK OTTEN 612 Massachusetts Avenue Alcla SCIENTIFIC PURPL Plans: Pharmacist School: American History Prize 3 Sports: Softball Numerals 2: Soccer Numerals 3: Junio Varsity Cross Country 3: Varsity Cross Country 1 DALE EUGENE OWENS 7230 Radbourne Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Plans: Actor School: All-School Show, Cast 3: Honor Roll 2 National Thespians Society 3, President 4: Publi cations Business Stall' 3: Dramatics Prize 2, 3 Americanism Award 3: Student Council 2, 4 Sergeanvat-Arms 3 Class: Vice'President 3: Junior Play, Cast: Senior Play Cast: Commencement Usher 3, Dance Committen 2, 3, 4: Executive Committee 39 Party Committee 2 Play Committee 3 Clubs: I'IifY 3, President 4: Pleiades 2. Treasurer I Sports: Soccer Numerals 2g Varsity Tennis 3 ALBERT MICHAEL PAOLONE 643 Shadeland Avenue Drexel Hi SCIENTIFIC PURPL Nickname: Al Plans: Collegz School: AllfSch0ol Show, Cast 4: Orchestra 2. 3 Class: Play Usher 4 Sports: Junior Varsity Baseball 23 Junior Varsity Foot! ball 2: Junior Varsity Wrestling 33 Varsity Footbal 3, 4 THOMAS WALTER PARKER, JR. 534 Millbanlc Road Upper Darby' ACADEMIC COLE Nickname: Walt Plans: Undecidec JOAN M. PASCUCCIO Upper Darby PURPLE Plans: Marriage E43 Glendale Road IENERAL BUSINESS Qickname: Pascucc ichool: Publication Agent 4 Ilass: Play Usher 3: Party Committee 4: Play Com' mittee 4 ipons: Basketball Numerals 4 GRETTA RUTH PAYONSECK 1-036 Lasher Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE Nickname: Gret Plans: College School: All'School Show, Production 2: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll Z, 3: Publications Agent Z, 4: Student Council 4 Class: OAK, Literary Staff, EditorfinfChief 4: Com- mencement Usher 3: Bulletin Board Committee 3: Dance Committee 2. 3, 4: Party Committee Z, 4: Play Committee 4 Clubs: A Cappella 3, 4: Beaux Arts 2, 3: Choral 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 4: Spanish 2. 4. SergeantfatfArms 3: Tayfwistalvan 3, 4 CHARLES SNAPE PERRIN 4002 Garrett Road Drexel Hill DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION PURPLE Nickname: Charlie Plans: Navy Clubs: Bowling Z Spoftsz Softball Numerals 2, 3: Basketball Numerals 2 CHARLOTTE ANN PHILLIPS 508 North Lansdowne Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE Nick-name: Char Plans: College School: All-School Show, Cast 4 Class: Dance Committee 4: Executive Committee 4: Party Committee 4 Cluhs: Bowling 4: Choral 4: Rifle 2 JEAN FRANCES PLUMB 7215 Guilford Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE Nickname: Jeannie Plans: Secretary Class: Dance Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3. 4 JOYCE M. PORRECA 1017 Childs Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD Plans: Private Secretary School: A. A. Council 4: All-School Show, Cast 3, 4: Publications Agent 3 Class: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee 4: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: A Cappella 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4 Sports: Cheerleading 3, Captain 4 RUTH CALDWELL PAUL 8917 West Chester Pike Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD Nickname: Ruthie Plans: Business School School: Acorn, Reporter 2, 3, Editorial Board 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3: Publications Agent 2, 3, 4: Student Council Z, 3 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 3: Party Committee 4: Play Committee 3 Clubs: A Cappella 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Spanish 3. 4: TayfWistalvan 3, 4 JEANNE L. PENNYPACKER 330 Childs Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD Plans: College School: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: National Thespian Society 3, 4: Art Prize Z: English Prize 3: Elmira College Key 3: Student Council 4: UpifDah, Art Staff 2, 3, Literary StaH 3, Editorfin-Chief 4: I'li'Q Team 4 Class: Junior Play, Cast: Senior Play, Stage Crew: Commencement Usher 3: Bulletin Board Committee Z. 3: Dance Committee 2, 3: Play Committee 3 Clubs: Beaux Arts 2, 3: Choral 4: French 2, 3: I'Ii'Y 3. 4 f RICHARD PESTO 157 Westdale Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD Nickname: Dick Plans: Work Spovtsc Junior Varsity Baseball 2 DONALD CURWEN PHILLIPS 328 South Cedar Lane Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Nickname: Don Plans: Undecided Clubs: Choral 3. 4 Spofts: Junior Varsity Basketball 3 RAYMOND JOHN POLACHEK 79 Bridge Street Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE Nickname: Ray Plans: Work Spons: Varsity Soccer 2, 3, 4 JUNE LORETTA POTTER 80-2 Drexelbroolc Drive Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE Plans: Undecided CLASS OF NINETEE FIFTY 0 One Hundred Thirtyffive l M UPPER D RBY HIGH CHOOL PRISCILLA ANN POUNDS 4019 Lasher Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Nickname: Sandy Plans: College School: Welfare Agent 3 MARGARET EVELYN PRICE 208 North Lynn Boulevard Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD Plans: Laboratory Technician Class: Dance Committee 2: Executive Committee 2: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 4: German 3 JOAN CAROL RAMBO 86 South Brighton Avenue Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS COLD Nickname: jo Plans: Secretary School: Honor Roll 2, 4 Class: Party Committee 43 Play Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 2. 3 Sports: Softball Numerals 3: Basketball Numerals 4 NANCY JANE RAMSEY 149 Keystone Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD Nickname: Nan Plans: Undecided School: Publications Agent 4: Welfare Agent 3 Class: Dance Committee 2, 3 Clubs: Choral 3, 4: Rifle 2 ROBERT HENRY RATHFELDER 1140 Roosevelt Drive Upper Darby ACCOUNTING PURPLE Nickname: Bob Plans: Air Force KENNETH RAYMOND RECUPITO 339 Cheswold Road Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Plans: Undecided One Hundred Thirtyfsix MIRIAM ALICIA POWERS I 61 Richfield Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC GOLII Nickname: Mitzie Plans: F. B. I1 School: Publications Typing Stall 4: Student Council Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: Library 2, 3, President 4 JUANITA MARY PUYOOU 253 Margate Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLli Plans: University of Pennsylvania School: Honor Roll 2, 4: Student Council 2 Class: OAK, Literary Staff 4: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Bowling 3, 4: Choral 2, 3: French 2, 3, 4' Rifle 2 MARGARET MARY RAMSDALE 101 Spring Valley Road Lansdown ACADEMIC PURPL Nickname: Peggy Plans: Modeling and Singing School: All'School Show, Cast 2, 3, 4 Class: Play Usher 4 Clubs: A Cappella 3, 4, District Soloist 4: Choral 2 3, 4: Rifle 2 RUTH RASMUSSEN 1028 Morgan Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE Plans: Undecided School: AllfSchoo1 Show, Cast 3, Production 3, 4: Honor Roll 4: Publications Agent 3, 4: Art Awar' 3: Moore Institute Award 3: Upi'Dah, Art Sta 2. 3, 4: National Thespians 4: Acorn, Art Editor Class: Senior Play, Stage Crew 43 OAK, Art Sta 4: Commencement Usher 3: Play Usher 4: Bulleti. Board Committee 2, 3: Dance Committee 2, 33 Party Committee 2 Clubs: Beaux Arts 2, Treasurer 3: Pleiades 2 BARBARA ANNE REBOK 1001 Edmonds Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD Nickname: Bobbie Plans: Drexel Institute School: All-School Show, Production 3, 4, Cast, 4: Publications Agent 3, Band, Drum'Majorette 3, Aj Class: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committe 2. 4: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Bowling 3: Choral 2. 3, 4 Sports: Softball Numerals 2: junior Varsity Hockey Z, 3: Junior Varsity Tennis 2, 3: Varsity Hockey 4 BOBBIE JEAN REEVES 321 Maypole Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPL Nickname: Bob Plans: Marriag School: All-School Show, Production 2 Class: Dance Committees 3, 4 Clubs: Bowling 2, 3, 4: Choral 45 Library 2 RONALD E. REGISTER E231 Wiltshire Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Nickname: Ron Plans: College Clubs: Choral 4 WILLIAM W. RICHARDS, JR. 7091 Cleveland Avenue Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Nickname: Bill Plans: U. S. Navy BARBARA ESTHER ROBERTS 5222 Gramercy Drive Clifton Heights SCIENTIFIC GOLD Nickname: Babs Plans: University of Pennsylvania School: Honor Roll 3, 43 Distinguished Honor Roll 33 Biology Prize 23 Geometry Prize 3: Alleschool Show, Cast 4 Class: OAK, Literary Staff 43 Dance Committee 33 Party Committee 4: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Astrophychem 3, 43 Library 2, 33 Terraqua 3 JOAN ELIZABETH RO'MANO 428 Millbank Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC GOLD Plans: Medical Secretary School: All-School Show, Cast 3, 43 Distinguished Honor Roll Z, 3: Honor Roll 2, 33 Publications Agent 33 Publications Typing Staff 43 Economic Biology Prize 33 Upi'Dah, Literary Stalf 3 Class: Commencement Usher 33 Play Usher 33 Bulletin Board Committee 43 Dance Committee 2, 3, 43 Executive Committee 33 Party Committee 43 Play Committee 2, 4 Clubs: A Cappella 43 Choral 2, 3, Secretary 43 French 33 Tay-Wistalvan 2, 3, 4 BARBARA ROSS 1113 Morgan Avenue Drexel Hlill ACADEMIC GOLD Plans: ,lunior College School: Publications Agent 3, 4 Class: Play Usher 43 Dance Committee 3, 43 Party Committee 43 Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Bowling 3, Treasurer 43 Choral 2, 3, 43 Spanish 3, LibraryfHistorian 4 Spmts: Junior Varsity Hockey, Manager 3 MARY CATHARINE ROTH 221 Springton Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD Plans: College School: All-School Show, Cast 3: Honor Roll 4 Class: Commencement Usher 33 Play Usher 3, 43 Dance Committee 2, 3, 43 Party Committee 23 Play Committee 3. 4 Clubs: A Cappella 33 Choral 2, 3, 43 French 2 EDITH'-MAE REID Upper Darby PURPLE Plans: Secretary 180 Marlboro Road STENOGRAPHIC Nickname: Edie Class: Dance Committee 4 Clubs: Library 2, 3 Spovtsc Softball Numerals 23 Hockey Numerals 3 J. ROGER RIDDELL Drexel Hill PURPLE Plans: Collemle 918 Ormond Avenue SCIENTIFIC Nickname: Rug School: Honor Roll 2, 4 Clubs: German 2, 3 A. STEVEN RODGERS, JR. 518 Elm Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC C01-D Nickname: Steve Plans: Collele School: Leaders' Group 4 Class: Junior Play, Cast3 Senior Play, Cast3 Dance Committee 3 Clubs: A Cappella 43 Choral 3, 4 Sports: Softball Numerals 33 Basketball Numerals 2, 3: Soccer Numerals 23 Varsity Soccer 4 MITCHELL PHILIP ROSNOV 6606 Chestnut Street Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD Nick-name: Mitch Plans: Colleie School: Honor Roll 43 Band 2, 3, 4 RUTH E. ROSSI 238 Huntley Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Nickname: Rue Plans: Business School Clubs: Bowling 3: French 2 JOHN RUDOLF 38 Oak Lane Primus SALESMANSHIP GOLD Plans: Television Serviceman CLASS OF NINETEE FIFTY O E One Hundred Thirtyfseven PPER D RBY HIGH CHOOL MARY EDITH RULEY 6814 Baltimore Avenue Lansdowne GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Nickname: "E" Plans: Nurse PATRICIA SUE SADLER 25 South Harwood Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD Nickname: Sue Plans: College School: Acorn, Reporter 3, 45 AllfSchool Show. Cast 3, 4, Production 3, 45 Publication Agent 2, 3 Class: Play Usher 3, 4: Dance Committee 2, 35 Executive Committee 45 Party Committee 2, 45 Play Commitee 3, 4 Clubs: A Cappella 35 Bowling 45 Choral 2, 35 Spanish 2, 3, Secretary 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 25 Hockey Numerals 3 RAYMOND L. SANTUCCI 234 Hampden Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Nickname: Ray Plans: U. S. Coast Guard School: Publications Agent 4 RONALD CHARLES SCARLE 519 Maryland Avenue Aldan ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE Nick-name: Ronnie Plans: Air Force School: Economic Biology Prize 3 IVIARJORIE ALVA SCHAEFFER 33 South Kirklyn Avenue Upper Darby DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION PURPLE Nickname: Margie Plans: Marriage School: Honor Roll 45 Publications Agent 4 Clubs: Rifle 25 Distributive Education 4 ROBERT HERMAN SCHENKEL III 127 Woodlawn Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD NiCkname: Bob Plans: College School: A. A. Council 45 Honor Roll 2, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 4 Clubs: HifY 4 Sports: Varsity Track 3, Co'Captain 4 One Hundred Thirtyfeight BETTY JANE RUTTER 4314 Marvine Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD Plans: College Class: Dance Committee Z Clubs: A Cappella 45 Beaux Arts 3: Choral 2. 3, 4: French 3 l JOAN FAYE SAMUELS 4 6702 Marshall Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Plans: Office Work School: AllfSchool Show, Cast 3 Clubs: A Cappella 35 Choral 2, 3, 4 MATTHEW ROBERT SCALZETTI 172 Springton Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD Nickname: Matt Plans: Engineering School: Honor Roll 25 Student Council 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3 Clubs: A Cappella 3, Vice'President 45 Choral 2, 3, 4: German 3, President 45 Latin 35 Steinmctz 2, Vice- President 3, 4 Sports: Softball Numerals 3 JANE SCAVITTO 51 Richfield Road Upper Darbn ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLII Nickname: Janie Plans: Worl Clubs: Library 3 BARBARA L. SCHEEHLE 318 Wayne Avenue Lansdown ACADEMIC GOL Nickname: Babs Plans: Collegl School: Honor Roll 2, 3, 45 Distinguished Honor Rol 2, 35 Publications Business Staff 3, 4 Class: Commencement Usher 35 Dance Committee 3, 4 Party Committee 4 Clubs: French 45 Library 3 MARVIN SCHLEYER 111 Woodlawn Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLI Nickname: Marv Plans: Collegi Clubs: Bowling 45 Spanish 4 Sports: Junior Varsity Baseball 2 l , MARY ANN SCHMITTINGER I.2 West Providence Road Aldan ENERAL BUSINESS GOLD lckname: Smitty Plans: Undecided ubs: Choral 3 ons: Hockey Numernls 3 CHARLES WILLIAM SCHRADER Z7 Houston Road Lansdowne RTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE ick-name: Charlie Plans: Carpenter sorts: Soccer Numcrals 2 H. RALPH SCHUMACHER, JR. J5 Harper Avenue Drexel Hill IIENTIFIC GOLD icli-name: Shoey Plans: Doctor hool: Honor Roll 3: Distinguished Honor Roll 3: Student Council, Executive Committee 3 ass: Senior Play, Cast: Executive Committee 2 sorts: Softball Numerals 2: Basketball Numerals 4: ,lunior Varsity Basketball 3: Varsity Basketball 4 WILLIAM C. SEILER !2 South Fairview Avenue Upper Darby SCOUNTING GOLD icliname: Bean Plans: Business School ons: Basketball Numcrals 3: Soccer Numerals 3 SONIA RITA SERPENTINI 24 Stanbridge Road Drexel Hill CADEMIC PURPLE 'clmcnnez Sonny Plans: Typist DOROTHY LOUISE SHERK Upper Darby PURPLE Plans: Marriage 200 Hollywood Avenue ENERAL BUSINESS ckname: Mickey lloolc All'School Show, Cast 4: YVelfare Agent 4 ubs: Choral 2, 3 ons: Varsity Cheerleading Z, J, 4 WILLIAM SCHMITTINGER 312 West Providence Road Aldan DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION PURPLE Plans: Undecided EDNA FLOREIYICEI SCHULER 71 North State Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Plans: Undecided School: Publications Aslent 2: Welfare Agent 3 HARRIET ANN SCHWINDT 122 Oakley Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD Plans: Elementary Teacher Sclmol: Honor Roll Z, 4: Welfare Agent 3: AllfSchool Show, Cast 4 Class: Play Usher 3, 4: Dance Committee Z, 3, 4: Executive Committee Z: Party Committee 4: Play Committee 3. 4 Clubs: Choral 4: First Aid and Social Service 3. Secretary 4: French 4 Sports: Basketball Numcrals 3: Hockey Numerals 2 GEORGE MARTIN SENSENIG 467 Irvington Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD Plans: College School: Publications Agent 2: Welfare Agent Z Clubs: French 2 Sports: junior Varsity Baseball 2: Junior Varsity Basketball, Captain 2: Varsity Basketball 3, 4: Varsity Soccer 2, 3 JOAN P. SHANDLE 310 Blanchard Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD Nickname: Joni Plans: Nursing School: AllfSchool Show. Production 2 Class: Dance Committee 4: Party Committee 4: Play Committee 3 Clubs: Astrophychem 3, 4: Choral 3: Spanish 2, 3, 4 RUTH EILEEN SHERWOOD 7211 Sellers Avenue Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC GOLD Nickname: Ru Plans: Undecided School: All-School Show, Cast 3. 4, Production 3: Publications Typing Staff 4: Student Council 2 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Play Usher 3, 4: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Executive Committee 3: Party Committee 2, 4: Play Committee 3, 4 Sports: Hockey Numerals 3: Basketball Numerals 4 CLASS OF NINETEE FIFTY O E One Hundred Thirtyfnine PPER D RBY HIGH SCHOOL SYLVIA SHIELDS 4015 Rosemont Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE Plans: College School: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Publications Business Stall 2, 3, Circulation Manager 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 3: Play Committee 3 Clubs: A Cappella 3: Choral 2, 3: French 4: Latin 3: Pleiades 2 HARRY EUGENE SHULL 714 Blythe Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Nickname: Gene Plans: Mechanical Engineer School: A. A. Council 4: Acorn, Photographic Staff 2, 3, 4: AllfSchool Show, Cast 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 3, 4: Biology Prize 2: Student Council 4: Orchestra 2, 3 Class: OAK, Photographic Staff 2, 3, 4 Clubs: Terraqua 2, President 3 Sports: Softball Numerals 2: Varsity Soccer 4: Varsity Tennis, Manager 3, 4 VIRGINIA E. SIEGFRIED 622 Harper Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE Nickname: Gini Plans: College Sclgooli ifccwn, Reporter 3: All-School Show, Cast Class: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 3 Clubs: A Cappella 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, VicefPresident 4: Pleiades 3 ROBERT M. SIMPSON 26 Springton Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD Nickname: Bob Plans: College DOLORES BARBARA SISTO' 740 Windemere Avenue Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE Nickname: D Plans: Secretary School: Welfare Agent 4 Class: Play Usher 3, 4: Dance Committee 3: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3 Sports: Hockey Numerals 4 DOLO'RES LIDA SMITH' 3439 Albemarle Avenue Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Nickname: Dee Plans: Undecided One Hundred Forty RICHARD D. SHIPP 4024 Taylor Avenue Drexel Hil ACADEMIC GOLI Nickname: Dick Plans: Undecide School: AllfSchool Show, Production 3: Nation: Thespian Society 4: Assembly Stage Crew 4 Class: Senior Play, Stage Crew Clubs: A Cappella 3: Choral 2, 3, 4: Pleiades 2, ELEANOR ANN SHUTE 934 Ormond Avenue Drexel Hil SCIENTIFIC GOLI Nickname: Ellie Plans: Nursin School: Acorn, Reporter 3, 4: AllfSchool Show, Prc duction 3, Cast 4: Honor Roll 2, 4: Publication Agent 2: Student Council 3 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Play Ushe r 4: Dan: Committee 2, 3, 4: Executive Committee 2: Part Committee 4: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: A Cappella 3, Librarian 4: Astrophycherr Secretary 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: First Aid and Sociz Service 3, 4: Hi'Y 3, 4: Rifle 2: TayfWistalva 2, 3, 4: Latin 2, 3 VIRGINIA ROSE SIMMONS 3827 Anne Street Drexel Hil GENERAL BUSINESS PURPI. Nickname: Ginny Plans: Office Wor Clubs: Choral 2 MARILYN RUTH SIMS Folcroft Apartments Folcro ACCOUNTING GOL Plans: Bookkeeper School: Publications Agent 2 Class: Dance Committee 3: Play Committee 3 BARBARA J. SMITH 712 Turner Avenue Drexel Hil SCIENTIFIC PURPL Nickname: B. J. Plans: Collec School: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Publicatioj Agent Z, 3: Publications Business Stall 2, 3, Advel tising Manager 4: English Prize 2: Biology Prize Z Welfare Agent 2: HifQ Team 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Play Ushe Committee 3: Party Committee 4 r 4: Dam Clubs: Hi-Y 4: Latin 2, 3, President 4: Leeuwenhoe 2, 3, Vice-President 4: TayfWistalvan 3, 4 JOAN LEE SMITH 4-10 Bloomfield Avenue Drexel Hil ACADEMIC' Nickname: ,lo Plans: West Chester State Teachers C Clubs: Choral 4: French 4 PURPL ollege PHYLLIS DOROTHY SMITH 730 Belfield Avenue Drexel Hill JISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION PURPLE Nlickname: Phyl Plans: Marriage Clubs: Choral 3: Distributive Education 4 GRACE MARY ANN SNYDER 2627 Eldon Avenue Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE Nlicknamez jerry Plans: Secretary School: All'School Show, Cast 4: Welfare Agent Z, 4 Class: Dance Committee 4: Party Committee 4: Play Committee 4 Zlubsz Choral 2, 3. 4 Sports: Hockey Numcrals 3 HELEN KATHARINE SPAETH 804 Hillcrest Road Drexel Hill CIENTIFIC PURPLE Nlickname: Mom Plans: Medical Secretary School: AllfSchool Show, Cast 3, 4, Production 7., 3. 4: National Thespian Society 3, 4 Ilass: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 3, 4: Executive Committee 3: Party Committee 4: Play , Committee 2, 3, 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: Plciades 2 Sports: Softball Numerals Z: Junior Varsity Tennis 2, 3 NANCY GERTRUDE STAGER 148 Marlborough Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Nickname: Shortie Plans: WACS Clubs: Choral 2, 3 Sports: Hockey Numerals 2 DORIS JEANNE STALLSMITH 25 East Wayne Avenue Alclan ACADEMIC PURPLE Plans: X1Ray Technician School: AllfSchool Show, Cast 3: Welfare Agent 4 Class: Play Usher 4: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee 2, 3, 4: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: A Cappella 3: Astrophychem, President 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Tay-Wistalvan 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 3 JOHN N. STANLEY, JR. 1125 Hollywood Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Nickname: Reds Plans: College Clubs: Bowling 4 Sports: Basketball Numcrals 2 DOROTHY BARBARA SMOKER 734 Drexel Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD Nickname: Dottie Plans: College School: A. A. Council 3, 4: AllfSchool Show, Cast 3, 4: Student Council 3: Welfare Agent 2 Class: Commencement Usher 3 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Executive Committee 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, Treasurer 4 Sports: Softball Numerals 2: Basketball Numerals 2: Junior Varsity Basketball 2. Captain 3: junior Varsity Hockey 2: Varsity Hockey 3, 4: Varsity Tennis 2, 3, Captain 4 JOANNE SOLOMON Upper Darby 529 Midvale Road ACADEMIC GOLD Plans: Typist Nickname: Jo School: School Stage Crew 2 Class: Dance Committee 2, 3 Clubs: Choral Z, 3, 4 PATRICIA JOYCE SPANGLER Upper Darby 7280 Bradford Road GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Nickname: Parrish Plans: Art School School: Art Prize 2. 3 Clubs: Beaux Arts 2, 3, 4 WALTER EDWARD STAIT Albemarle and Bridge Streets Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD Nickname: Wally Plans: Art School: Acorn, Art Staff 2, 3, 4: All-School Show, Production 2, 3: Art Award 2: UpifDah, Art Staff 2 3 Class: Senior Play, Cast: OAK, Art Staff 4: Play Usher 4: Bulletin Board Committee 2, 3, 4: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee 2, 4: Play Committee 2, 3, 4 Clubs: Beaux Arts 2, 4, President 3: Spanish 3, 4 CLAIRE LOUISE STAMP 7075 Radbourne Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC GOLD Plans: College School: All-School Show, Cast 4: Publications Agent 3 Class: Bulletin Board Committee 3: Dance Committee 3: Party Committee 3 Clubs: Beaux Arts 2. 3, 4: Choral Z, 3, 4: Library 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 4: Hockey Numerals 4 IDA STELLINI 150 Saint Charles Street Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Plans: Undecided Clubs: Library 2, 3, 4 CLASS OF NINETEE FIFTY O One Hundred Fortyfone F PPER D RBY HIGH CHOOL , ATHENA ALICE STERGIOS 53 Springton Road Upper Darby 1 ACADEMIC PURPLE E Nickname: Athie Plans: Secretary l Class: Play Committee 4: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Spanish 2, 3. 4 l l WARREN S. STOTTLER 3409 Huey Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD Nickname: Scotty Plans: College l School: National Thespian Society 4: Assembly Stage l Crew 4: Welfare Agent 7. l Class: Junior Play, Stage Crew 4: Senior Play, Stage Crew 4g Party Committee 4 Clubs: A Cappella 3, 4: Choral 2. Executive Com' mittee 3, 4: Visual Aids 2, 3, Treasurer 4 JANET MARIE STOW MAN 5028 Dermond Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD Nickname: jan Plans: College Class: Dance Committee 3: Party Committee 2, 45 Play Committee 3. 4 Clubs: Bowling 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Spanish 3, 4 MARY ELIZABETH STREANDER 2804 Huey Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD Plans: College School: Publications Agent 2 Class: Play Usher 3, 43 Dance Committee 35 Party Committee Z, 4g Play Committee 3 Clubs: Choral 2, 3. 4: Spanish Z Sports: Softball Numerals Z3 Hockey Numerals 2: Varsity Basketball, Manager 2, 33 Varsity Hockey 4: Varsity Tennis 2, 3 YLONA ANN SUROTCHAK 320 Lakeview Avenue Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Nickname: Penny Plans: Work School: Publications Agent 4 Class: Dance Committee 3: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 4 PAUL ANTHONY TARABA 3939 Bridge Street Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Spons: Soccer Numerals 3: Varsity Soccer 3 One Hundred Fovtyftwo l l EDGAR ELLIS STEUBE l 132 Academy Lane Upper Darbj ACCOUNTING GOLI Nlcknamc: Ed Plans: Marine CAROLYN B. STOUT 848 Mason Avenue Drexel Hil ACADEMIC PURPLI Nickname: Carol Plans: Colleg School: All'School Show, Cast 4: Publications Agent - Class: Dance Committee 3, 4: Party Committee 4 Play Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 4: French 4 HARRY G. STRAFFORD, JR. 743 Lindale Avenue Drexel Hil ACADEMIC PURPLI Plans: Work Spofts: Softball Numerals 2: Soccer Numerals Z JULIA ELLEN SULLIVAN 11-3 Wilde Avenue Drexel Hil ACADEMIC PURPLI Nickname: julie Plans: Collegi School: Publications Agent 2. 3: Honor Roll 4 Class: Dance Committee 3, Pariy Committee 3 Clubs: Bowling 3. 4: French 41 Rifle 2 HENRY CRANSTON TANNER, JR. 3729 Huey Avenue Drexel Hil. SCIENTIFIC COLL Plans: College Sports: Varsity Track, Manager 2, 3. 4 ROY E. TARR II 222 A. Court Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD Plans: Chemical Engineer School: Student Council 2 Class: Executive Commiltec 4 DAVID TAYLOR 199 Powell Lane Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Plans: Undecided School: Assembly Stage Crew 3 DONALD F. TEMME 4128 Rosemont Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Nlicknamez Don Plans: College School: Honor Roll 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 3: Student Council 3 Sports: Basketball Numerals 4 V Hi. BRUCE THOMPSON 422 Midvale Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD Plans: College School: Honor Roll 4: Publications Agent 3 Blass: Play Usher 4: Dance Committee 3, 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 2, 3: Junior Varsity Basket- ball 2, 3 JEANETTE CHARLOTTE TINDALL 214 Bishop Avenue Secane SCIENTIFIC Q PURPLE Nickname: Genette Plans: Penn State School: Acorn, Reporter 3, 43 All'School Show, Cast 3, 4: Honor Roll 4: Publications Agent Z, 3: Welfare Agent 2 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Play Usher 4: Bulletin Board Committee 4: Dance Committee 3, 4: Party Committee 4: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: A Cappella 3, 4: Bowling 3, Vice-President 4: , Choral Club 2, 4, Executive Committee 3 r l i l CYNTHIA MARY TOMASULO 4363 Woodland Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC' PURPLE Plans: College School: AllfSchool Show. Cast 3, 4: Student Council 2, 3, 4: Leaders' Group 4 Class: Dance Committee 3, 4: Party Committee 4: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Choral Club 4 DANIEL WILLIAM TRACY 7120 Llanfair Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD Nickname: Napoleon Plans: University of Pennsylvania EUGENE JOHN TAYLOR 420 Wilde Avenue Dl'2X2l Hill DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION G01-D Nickname: Gene Plans: Business Manager Clubs: Distributivc Education 4 I DONALD MURPHY THOMPSON Drexel Hill PURPLE Plans: Florist 308 Blanchard Road GENERAL BUSINESS Nickname: Don CONSTANCE JANE TIMMINS 7107 West Chester Pike STENOGRAPHIC - Nickname: Connie School: AllfSchool Show, Cast 2, 3, 4: Color Guard 3. 4 Class: Dance Committee 2. 3, 4: Party COIHITIIKICC 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4 Upper Darby PURPLE Plans: Teacher GENEVA TOLBERT 50 South Third Street Lansdowne GENERAL BUSINESS GOI-D Plans: Undecided RUTH LOIS TOUB 102 Ashton Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD Nickname: Toby Plans: Temple School: Band 2, 3, 42 Orchestra 2, 3 Clubs: French 2 MARY LOUISE TRICKER 3806 Sommers Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE Nickname: Trixie Pl01155 NUYSC School: All-School Show, Production 2: UpifDah, Literary Staff 4 Class: Dance Committee 3: Party Committee 4: Play Committee 3 Clubs: Beaux Arts 4 CLASS OF NINETEE FIFTY O E One Hundred Fortyfthvee A UPPER D RBY HIGH CHOOL BARBARA RUTH TRIMBLE 520 Gainesboro Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD Nickname: Barb Plans: College School: All'School Show, Cast 3. 45 Distinguished Honor Roll 45 Student Council 2, 35 Leadsrsi Group 4 Class: Senior Play, Cast5 Commencement Usher 35 Play Usher 35 Dance Committee 2, 35 Executive Committee 45 Party Committee 2, 45 Play Com- mittee 3, 4 Clubs: Bowling 45 Choral 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Spanish 3. 4 Sparta: Softball Numerals 35 junior Varsity Basket' a 3 ADELAIDE VIRGINIA TUBBS 611 Andover Drive Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE Plans: Stenographcr School: All'School Show, Production 2, 3, 45 Publi- cations Typing Stail 45 Orchestra 2. 3. 45 District ClOrchi3tra 2C A css: L:::::,, asmifeez fp Y I' 1 . .AM ' 4 . 5 I 1 ' fl EORGE HENRY I ' R, .' 322 Childs Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD Plans: Electrical Engineer School: All-School Show, Cast 35 Honor Roll 45 Student Council 3 Class: Executive Committee 2 Clubs: A Cappella 3, Treasurer 45 Choral 2, 3, 4 JANET DOROTHY UNGER 453 Wilde Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD Nickname: Jan Plans: Nurse School: Publications Agent 3 Class: Dance Committee 2. 3: Party Committee 2 Clubs: First Aid and Social Service 3, 4 JEANNE VOGT Arbor Lea Road Lansdowne ACADEMIC PURPLE Plans: Nurse School: Publications Agent 4 Clubs: Choral 4 Spoftsz Hockey Numerals 35 Junior Varsity Hockey 35 Junior Varsity Hockey 45 Varsity Tennis 3, 4 JULIE MARY VOGT Arbor Lea Road Lansdowne ACADEMIC PURPLE Nickname: Jule Plans: College Class: Dance Committee 45 Party Committee 4 Clubs: Astrophychem 45 Choral 4 Sports: Hockey Numerals 3 One Hundred Fortyffour WILLIAM THOMAS TSIOURIS 39 Kent Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC ' PURPLE Nickname: Bill ' Plans: College School: AllfSchool Show, Production 2, 45 Orchestre 2, 3. 4 Class: Party Committee 2 Clubs: Bowling Team 35 Latin 3 DORIS HELEN TUCKWOOD 100 South Glenwood Avenue Aldan ACADEMIC GOI-I: Nickname: Helli Plans: College School: Honor Roll 45 Publications Agent 45 Mosl Xipabile Player Hockey Award 45 All'School Show Class: Play Ticket Committee 35 Dance Committee I Cl li Ch I2 3 4 u s: ora , , Sports: Basketball Numerals 35 Hockey Numerals 2 Basketball 25 Hockey Captain 35 Varsity Hockey 4 MARY ALICE ULMER 7755 Parkview Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE Plans: Secretary School: Publications Typing Stall 4 Class: Dance Committee 2, 3, 45 Party Committee 2. 4 JOHN A. VOGEL, JR. 1100 Morgan Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC COLE Plans: Undecided Spons: Junior Varsity Baseball 2 J UDITH MARY VOGT Arbor Lea Road Lansdowne ACADEMIC PURPLE Nickname: Judy Plans: College School: Publications Agent 4 Class: Dance Committee 45 Party Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 45 French 3 SPOTISZ Hockey Numerals 35 Junior Varsity Basketbal 35 Junior Varsity Hockey 45 Varsity Tennis 3 MARJORIE DORIS VOWLER 4005 Bonsall Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC COLL Nickname: Margie Plans: Ohio State Universiti School: Upi'Dah, Literary Stall 4 Class: Play Usher 3, 45 Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4 CHARLES RICHARD WALDRON 058 Ellendale Road Drexel Hill ALESMANSHIP PURPLE Iickname: Charles Plans: Air Force lubs: A Cappella 4: Choral 3. 43 Visual Aids 2, 3 CLIFFORD JAY WALLACE 6-19 Revere Road Upper Darby tCADEMIC GOLD lickname: Wally Plans: Certified Public Accountant Entered September, 1950 ELLA MAY WALTON ,82 Springton Road Upper Darby CIENTIFIC Pl N V PURPLE ans. ursing chool: Acorn, Reporter 2, 3, 43 All'School Show, Cast 4, Production 3: Publication Agent 2 llass: Commencement Usher 3: Play Usher 3: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee 4g Play Committee 3, 4 Tlulzs: A Cappella Associate Secretary 4: Choral 2, 3. Executive Committee 3 N l l DOROTHY GOLDING WARREN 5854 Marshall Road Upper Darby KCADEMIC GOLD tlickname: Dot Plans: Nurse iclmol: Color Guard 3, 4 Tjlass: Dance Committee 4 1 s. REID WARREN III Drexel Hill PURPLE Plans: College 37 Harper Avenue RCADEMIC Nlickna-me: Benny lpons: Soccer Numerals 3 WALTER GROFF WEAVER, JR. 385 Wembley Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD Plans: Undecided BARBARA GAY WALKER 518 Wiltshire Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Nickname: Two Tone Plans: Undecided School: Publications Agent 3: Welfare Agent 2 JOAN ANN WALLEN 181 Marlborough Road Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD Nickname: Jan Plans: Marriage VIVIAN ELIZABETH WARD 65 Sunshine Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC GOLD Nickname: Bibby Plans: Social Service Work Class: Dance Committee 3 JOHN FREDERICK WARREN 219 Huntley Road Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE Nickname: jack Plans: Air Force NANCY M. WATTERSON 239 Highland Avenue Upper Darby DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION PURPLE Plans: Undecided NORMAN WEED 202 Shadeland Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE Nickname: Norm Plans: Mechanical Engineering Clubs: Bowling Team 4 CLASS OF N NETEE FIFTY One Hundred Fortyfjive UPPER DARBY HIGH CI-IOOL FRANK J. WEIDEMANN 514 Broadview Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Plans: College School: National Thespian Society 3, Sergeant-atfArms 4: Assembly Stage Crew Z, 3, 4: Leaders' Group 4 Class: Dance Committee 2, 3: Party Committee 2 Clubs: Pleiades 2 Sports: Soccer Numerals 3 BETTY DEAN WESTON State Road 86 Rogers Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Nickname: Betts Plans: University of Pennsylvania School: All-School Show, Cast 3, 4: Honor Roll 4 Class: Dance Committee 2, 3: Party Committee 3, 4: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Choral 2. 3, 4 Sports: Softball Numerals 23 Basketball Numerals 3: Varsity Tennis 2, 3 FRANCES ANN WHYTE 313 Margate Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE Nickname: Frannie Plans: Stenographer Class: Play Committee 4 Clubs: Library 4: Rifle 2 DOROTHY YVONNE WICKKISER 267 North Wycombe Avenue Lansdowne GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Nickname: Dot Plans: TYPISY Class: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Library 2, 3, 4 GEORGE CHRISTOPHER WILSON 16 New Street Upper Darby ACCOUNTING GOLD Nickname: Lighthouse Plans: Navy School: All-School Show, Cast 2: Honor Roll 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Play Usher 3: Execu- tive Committee 2. 3, 4: Play Committee 3 Clubs: l'Ii1Y 3, 4 Sports: junior Varsity Wrestling Z: Varsity Football 2, 3: Varsity Wrestling 3 SAMUEL WARREN WILSON 16 New Street Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC GOLD Nickname: Sambo Plans: W0fk School: A. A. Council 4 Class: Executive Committee 3 Sports: junior Varsity Baseball 2: junior Varsity Wrestling 2, 33 Varsity Soccer 2, 3, Captain 4 One Hundred Fortyfsix NANCY PATRICIA WERNTZ 410 Croyden Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Nickname: Nance Plans: General Office Worlrei School: All-School Show, Cast 4: Publication Agent 2 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4 THOMAS FRANKLYN WHITESIDE 7603 West Chester Pike Upper Darb ACADEMIC' PURPL Plans: Undecided J. WILLIAM WICKERSHAM 645 Mason Avenue Drexel Hil ACADEMIC PURPLI Nickname: Bill Plans: Colleg Clubs: Visual Aids, Secretary 4 Sports: Softball Numerals 3: Varsity Cross Country 4 PATRICIA DIANE WIKE 4008 Albemarle Road Drexel Hi SCIENTIFIC GOL Nickname: Diney Plans: Colle School: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Publications Agent 2, UpifDah, Literary Staff 3, 4: School Stage Crew Leaders' Group 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 3, 4 Party Committee 2, 4: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Choral 4: Library 3: Spanish 3, 43 Tay Wistalvan 4 ROBERT F. WILSON 816 Cornell Avenue Drexel Hil ACADEMIC' PURPL Nickname: Bob Plans: Forestr School: Athletic Achievement Award 4 Sports: junior Varsity Cross Country 2, 3: Varsit Cross Country 4 WALTER WILSON 30 New Street Upper Darb' ACADEMIC PURPL Nickname: Salty Plans: Salesma School: Student Council 2, Welfare Agent 2 Class: Dance Committee 2, 3g Party Committee 4 Clubs: Bowling 4 Spovts: junior Varsity Baseball Z SUSAN LANE WINFIELD 3816 Huey Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE Nickname: Sue Plans: College Clubs: Bowling 3, 4: Library 2, 4: Rifle 2: Spanish 3 LORETTA IRENE WOLF 268 Westbrook Drive Clifton Heights STENOGRAPHIC GOLD Nickname: Ret Plans: Stenographer School: Honor Roll 3: Publications Typing Staff, Sec' retary 4 GUY ALAN WOODWORTH lBroadway and Bishop Avenues Secane SCIENTIFIC GOLD Nickname: Woody Plans: Mineral Engineer ,Schoolz AllfSchool Show, Cast 2, 3, 4, Production 3: 1 Band 3, 4: Orchestra 3, 4: Assembly Stage Crew 2: Welfare Agent 2 Class: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee 2, 4 Clubs: A Cappella 3, Librarian 4: Choral 2, 3, Execu- tive Committee 4: Pleiades Z: Steinmetz 2: Visual Aids 3, 4 Spons: Soccer Numerals 2: Varsity Soccer 4 ROBERT HODGSON WRIGHT 5220 Oleander Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD Nickname: Bob Plans: Business lScl1ool: All-School Show, Production 2, 3, 4: Distin- 1 guished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 4. Q District Orchestra 3 !Clu.bs: Rifle 2, 3, 4 jSpo'rts: Rifle Team 3, 4: Track, Manager Z, 3 PATRICIA ANN ZIMMERMANN 204 Huntley Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Nickname: Pat Plans: Work School: Publication Agent 2 Clubs: Bowling 3: Choral 2, 3 ELIZABETH CHRISTINE WINNEMORE 1218 Harding Drive Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD Nickname: Betty Plans: Marriage WESLEY G. WOOD 654 Oak Lane Primos SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Nickname: Wes Plans: Penn State School: Honor Roll 2, 4: Orchestra 2: Leaders' Group 4 Clubs: Agriculture 3, 4 ERWIN WILLIAM WRIGHT 447 Millbank Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Nickname: Farmer Plans: Office Work Sports: Basketball Numerals 3: Soccer Numerals 3: junior Varsity Baseball 2 L. JEAN YONKER 4045 Marshall Road Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE Plans: Undecided School: Allfschool Show, Cast 3, 4: Publications Typing Stall 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee 2, 4: Play Committee 3, 4 Sports: Hockey Numerals 3: Basketball Numerals 4 IVIILDRED PATRICIA ZIVIELLO 11 South 2nd Street Lansdowne GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Plans: Undecided CLASS OF NINETEE FIFTY-O - One Hundred Fo-rtyfseven I fmfumf Em! ,752 Cfowwofffgfigweccmw M M Q Qc,ZZwLZ5zf 00047. 6 fb Mzfqfhwe f .K 13 X A ham ' m . . ff!" , 'iff 1 S.-' X ii , :lf',,2 H v-fri: , myj Z3 H V, , ..gQ .. A s K Lt X. M J75Q J JMULZ cm, Uri M .7 QL-fc? ww. 9' We xv ncaa! On of Ozzfkgzf Wm M if l, Qwfffwfw , I I, A5 K: M 392907 , gm Jmm 1252230 ' W AQQLOAL OMC! th KOR ff wm hmwdqwf On Wfwmf. 2 2455 mm WWW Wffgigg 73552 ' -ll' ALMA MATER 9 "tune QMic.i" .rnnqcdw uuaupr 52153mig:EQgfE.'x'L,,d6fW.iAmf.z,J4312J X' 4 Slijf if fag gig? 5 E iii- ii? 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We should like also here to pay tribute to our friends in the commercial field who have given of their time and talent far beyond the demands of their contracts-particularly to Mr. Nason Clark of Clark Printing House, who has advised us so well, and who has followed our progress so carefully and untiringly, and to Mr. Francis Luedecke of Luedecke Studios for his fine cofoperation in helping us meet deadlines and for the excellence of his portraits. One Hundred Fifty two NJ' XIX . 'Pda Kennedy 1-D Le ,wg :Egg 5X'WMN4.,,'5 'M or Q , x-asa wav-Ng Q fe ' 'L Qxiffwwf an ii3f Wsv0 w21 2 M ' 9-ffMW"?f QQ wigppgrp 5 .1 J Q5FWMijs WW Q ZQQZZOQQQ,-Ovlgggu-Q 3g?f?1!jiMiwT2i9f5fff'? Aw? 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