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

 - Class of 1953

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'W W' f r 1 f j E 3 The Melodv Ex Libris "My Memory Album Title Page "The New World Symphon " Administration and Faculty "My Best to You" Activities "Night and Day" Publications Class Music Dances All School Show Purple and Gold Contests ,,,-vffifqqe, , V .W sw., ,,.-ww :V ,f 1f,.,,,.. f 'YH i fa 1,-1 ut an 4, ii 'if 8 ,Alf bf!-ff fry, lla il fe fr? ff? ' iii ,YZ--.syf1fl'4,'f+q. M, Q -ri Sports "Body and Soul" Fall Winter Spring Service Organizations and Clubs "After I-Ioursv Classes "I-Iits of the Future" Sophomore Junior Senior 50 54 64 74 84 102 104 110 116 .W 1 Mm f it Q 7 Q ' " 4' ' f I 'vnu t 'W 1 gf' f 41,-ff X ,f 4 W if 1 ff 4 W4 fw if 4 Z " X f 'Wg Vlad' "My Best to You To you who work so hard To you who labor so long . . ' dministration and Faculty mem- bers of Upper Darby help stu- dents immeasurably. Like masons constructing a wall, they build, unit by unit, the intricate personality of a student. Through the introduction of stimulating class discussions and creative extra-curricular activities, they continueutliis building process. When the wall is finished the mason smoothes the rough edges and out- lines the crevices with mortar. In a similar manner, the faculty member develops within the student, traits of initiative, self-confidence, and the acceptance of responsibility. All this work points toward a goal, the bei ginning of college or a business career. just as a completed wall serves a purpose so does the finished secondary education of the student serve a purpose. The strength of that wall, however, is the supreme test. Will it stand up under its added load? it meet the chal- lenge qfguestfer tests? is at this po-lm: that the student' silently thanks his teachers for the strorig, 'enduring character and trsinirig they helped' himiachisve, i i Etxperientczed . Q , M . . . Always: helping, guiding, . -A A ' A , Q, Encouraging I ,.-fs , . 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Standing: Carl M. Hamsher, BA., M.A.: Maizie G. Weil. B.S,: Ralph G. McConnell, BA., M.A.: Helen M. Mowry, BA., MS.: Paul K. Noel, BA., M.A.: Ivon B Culver, BS., B.A., D.Bd.: Frieda B Reed, B.A., M.A.: Murray C. Miller, B.A. i Q Q , X' 'Foreign Languages Sitting: Agnes B. Grunlaerg. PST., BS., M.A., Carl L. Clugsf ton, S.N.S., BA.: Alice M. Gooclf man, BS., M.Ed. Standing: Charlotte S. Chris' man, BA., M.A.: M. Ruth Bassett, BS., MS.: B Lucile Nohle, BA., M.A.: Mary A. Taylor, BA., M.A.. Chairman. History Sitting: Charles M. Brooke. BA.: Charles L, Vyfoocl, BS.. BD.. M.A.. Clinirmgmg Helen S. Ahmms. BA.. M.A.1 Cliiytwu li. Shenli. BS.. M.Ecl.: Lewis Z. Stamus, Ph.B.. M.A. Standing: Hirolel C. Tlionipsuii BS.: M. R.mclwlph Crimmett Ph.B.. M.Ecl.1 P.iul Colley. BS. M.A.: Arthur B. Pursell. BS. IVf.A.: Harry R. Xhvilie. BS. lxlfd. Mathematics John Diehl. B..-X.. lvl..-X.. Chair meh: Sfflfllif' F. Txyoes. BS. lvI.A.: Degin E. Shull. SNS.. BSL Robert N. Hlrtman. BA. lvl..-X.: R. Pgiul LeC.ite5, BS. Carreill R. MeDii+nnell. BS. Charles T. Csxygild. Ch.E.. M.S.. lvlilitary Substitute. Not shevxyri Roy XY. XV.flfg5izig. BS.. Milimry Leave. Science McKinley' H. Stevens. SNS. BA.. M.A.. Chairman: Eclfiin C Strange. SNS.. BS.. M.S.: Emm. H. Sommerfielcl. BS.. IVI.A. George G. Lawyer. BS.. M.A. Chelsy G. Remley. BS.. MS. lvori E. Culver. BS.. BA.. Did.. Floyd H. Neil. BA.. M.A.. Vv'illieim S. Kehl. BA.. B.D.. M.A.: Edwin L. Harrer, BA. NK' 6 5 I 5 I . . 1 4 .Xl i. B .f X 1 2 i in if-ar Physical Education Lcwis Z. Smmus. Ph,B,. M.A.g Elimlicth F. Vw'illi.im5. BS., M.S.: Virginia B. Middlctibn. B.S.g Doro' thy M. Schunmnn. BS.: Carson J. Thiimpson. BS.. M.Ed.g Mae E. Pussy. RN.. School Nurseg Fred R. Lush. BS.. M.S.: Herbert S. Hcrzog. BS.. MS.. Chairman. Industrial Arts Sitting: George XV. Hochler. M.E.. BS.. M.S.. Chairman. Sttmding: R. Paul LeCates. BS.: Anchor L. Vxfilliams. STC., BS.: Arthur VJ. Packer. Home Economics Ruth l. Brccsc. BS.. Chairman: -luli.i S. Millcr. BS.. M.S.g Alice M. Huitiiii. BS. Commercial Sitting: Fruuccs G. Hup, BS. Domthy R. Rcmingcr, BS. Elc.111o1' S. D'Amclio, BS.. M.S. Sulndmg: Thwmas I. Mi11lC BCS.. C1XQlif111.lII1'IUSCPII E. Rhilc, BS.. M.S.1 Prod G. FUl'5Q.l1'd BS.. M.Ec1.: Pearl E. G.l1'CU S.T.C.. BS.. IVIEJ.: PC1111 Mi11.1cci. BS.: Lucrctm M. Kcrr. BS.: Pctcr E. BC1'IlJI'Cli11U. BS.. Mid.: PM r1:1.1 A. Siugcxxxlld. BS.: Clmrlcx E. King. Bs. S E! xxx, Music Szrrmgz Rwbcrt .-X. Dkmmc. BS. BIS. Srmdlngz C1319 R. Dcuglcr SNS.. BS.. BI..-X.. DfMus. Art E11:.1b:th Kmgslcy. BFA. IXLFA. Library RI. Ruth Bassett. BS.. MS. Ruth A. Lmmmg. B.Ph. fnfw pixursjj. Drexel Institute, Villanova College, Temple University, and the Uiiivcrsity ol' l'cnnsylvania sent future teachers to Upper l3arl1y tor practice in instructing classes. The cadets' activities also inf eluded working in the attendance othcc, taking over study halls, and supervising the intirmary. Sometimes they even devoted extra time to tutoring or speaking to some of UD's cluhs. Faculty rnemf hers, themselves, received some useful pointers on new methods of teaching from these aspiring teachers. The Upper Darhy faculty and students extend their sincere thanks to these student teachers for a joh well done and hope that they reach their goal to he successful instructors in their chosen profession. The first semester cadet teachers are shown in the upper left: Row One: Mr. Hodges, Mr. Oppelt: Row Two: Miss Perri, Mrs. Bevins, Miss Wilfi,5nd: Row Three: Miss Gallo, Miss Rizzuto. The second semester cadet teachers are shown in the lower right: Row Cnc: Miss Scott, Miss Kirkpatrick: Row Two: Miss Pasquarielo, Mrs. Wiirel, Mr. Bartolomeo: Row Three: Mr. Cauz, Mr. Brannan, Mr. Gentile, Mr. Yossa. 'vvxk YNX The secretaries, the maintenance crew. and the cafeteria staff play a very important part in operf ating the school efficiently. The typewriter, symholic of the secretaries' hard work, accompanies them as they prepare senior records, answer telephones. and organize printed material for teachers. With quick smiles and pleasant voices. thc secretaries answer the sometimes hothersome daily queries of students. The secretaries as pictured at the right arc: Mrs. Apple, Mrs. Brockway, Mrs. Tracy. Mrs. Daggctt. Mrs. Bevans. Mrs. Malin, Mrs. Paxton. and Mrs. Boyd. Mr. Charles VU. Butterworth. Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds: lvlr. Frank B. Haskell. Supervisor of Custodians: and Mr. David Lewis, Head Custodian. despite the added responsihility of the new gymnasium and academic wing, have kept the halls. rooms. and campus laright and clean. Shown laelow is Mr. Butterworth talking with Mr. Van Leer Bond. a memher of the Upper Darhy School Bxlllfel. The cafeteria staff under the direction this year of Mrs. Catherine B. Nichols. deserves much com' mendation for the wcllfhalanced meals served daily and also for their willingness to help at large school dinners. Hur Yery Own ,c ! s hff f 1 I IN ff ff f "Night and Day This is the one 'Neath the moon And under the sun" Activities, exciting and stimulat- ing, keynote the lives of all Upper Darbians. Press Nights on the Acorn, early morning practices of the Band, and afternoon play rehearsals produce laughter in the halls and smiles on many faces. Through the rush of a last minute story and the momentary tragedy of a broken reed, high spirit pre- vails. Then amid the confusion of forgotten dance steps and misplaced music, the All School Show per- formers strive for perfection Final ly, as May Day approaches, the par ticipants limber up for the day when they will lead their team on to victory Activities set the pace if fv A Z f ff f 7 4 2 4 f 1 7 , 'i0h'Uv- XX-W fl . ff - XX .5 ,Q ., ,6 7 Z 4 Q, 2 4 2 Q Q Ml Gigi! 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X4 --" DD Y 5 s MLW 'VU' VN Q xx V W Lfx E: ' . 5 QI' :::: iz. , . , ..- V ..,. --.1,-..,-.-,-.-,-.-,f... -,-,:,. .,',:.:...,:,:,:,..':...,.,',.,'-"I-l,.,'..HHH ' ,l, - E glide 454 'L-4, i TY-T ""' K 'J -A .... K, G O x , it it . 'S-Jef "' ' Www S xg, 5 wx rw, . I if'VL,, S is N .Q-.1 '- .fi J u :gall ln. i ' i 1 1: P i K- ' it. Roo News Thin. reedy sounds of turning pages and exclamaf tions of surprise coming from newsfhungry Upidites announced the weekly arrival of The Atom, UD's most widely circulated publication. Hard work and inspired writing produced this concise. yet complete. scvenfday record of school and community events. Each Monday and Tuesday. students found room 'llll in a merryfgofround of Writing. rewriting. proofreading. and typing. as staff members hurried to meet their deadline. Bob Tobey. cditorfinfchicf, and Mrs. Anne M, Slick. adviser. headed this fast' moving organization. The entire Acorn staff, shown at thc upper left. takes .1 minute to pose for thc camera. At lower left Acorn Editorial Board members including Barbara Burroughs. advertising managcrg Diane Wicltl. art: Shirley Cullen, featuresz Frank Altif more. boys' sportsg ,lane Tilton. copyg Robert Tobey, eclitorfin-chicfg Mrs. Anne M. Slick. adviserg Marguerite Struth. staff secretaryg Alan Freedman, news: Marlcanne Collins. girls' sportsg Dolores Temoyan. typing club president: and Sally Lyon. business manager. Below it, the art staif also stops momentarily for a picture. 22 if , ' QS - K an Y, X K QB X i 'N if, 12.5 E Once in a While A top hit at LYDHS. the UpifDul1 offered students an opportunity to display creative writing ability in hoth poetry and prose. The UpifDt1l1 also main' tained its traditional excellence in the two issues of the publication. both of which featured "Good Castlekeepingv as the theme. Every Monday afterno 1',w n stall memlaers met to read. criticize. and select manuscripts for pulalicaf tion. Editorfinfchief Nidra Poller worked hard and long with her assistants Irene Llacoh and Harriet lekofsky to produce a fine pieee of work worthy to compete with the hest high school magazines in the United States. lean Failing, art editor, also contributed to the success of the UpifDali. Her work on the first issue was superla and the work she did in advertising forthcoming issues was also very well done. Members of the UpifDal1 staff pictured alaove are -Row One: lekofsky. Puller: Row Two: Eccles, Dean, blaeolog Row Three: Perez, Edelman, Brooksg Row Four: Glass, Gearhart, Delmarg Row Five: Csman, Tannenlaaum, Arnold, Smith, Hadley, Remley, Miss Edith Gaukrodger advised the group. At the right is the art stall under Miss Elizalaeth Kingsleys direction. 23 'Ps 2326.9 ll Hs i'XYill ynu please turn in your cnpyln "NVho took the tliiiiiiiiylv' These were phrases heard .irnund the Odk ntlicc .it .mlm-ist any hnur of the afternoon, any day nf the week. .is Oak staif members labored eeaselessly tn recnrd the 199253 sehnnl year. The sixteen senior stall members, beginning in Scptemf ber. watched the bunk grnw until their iinishcd product delighted the schi-nl and cnmmunity in June. The stall, under the directinn of Mr. Carl Hamsher, adviser. and Joyce Mitclicll, editurfinfchief, conf verted .1 vast amount uf raw material intn running heads, cnpy. and pictures. Jean Carter, assistant editOr, aided her chief in general administrative duties and Anne Gilbert efficiently supervised the copy desk. Mr. Paul Noel. photngraphy adviser, tirelessly and without complaint arranged fur and took all pictures which appear in this bnuk. Staff members pictured below are: Kennedy, Rowell. Phillips. DeGenrge. Newman, Martin. Conf way. lVIcEvny. Gilbert. Leary, Carter, and Mitchell, To the left, art editnr Mgirgfiret Chadwick and Lawrence Dil:iuri lfiwk liver sume work with Miss Elizabeth Kingsley. lung I 'wiv W - -.,..N-.. U , W . f l r ' l fl Y Publications Business Manager, Sally Lyon, superf vised the work of Barbara Burroughs, advertising managerg Barbara Lukens, circulation managerg and Anne MeElfresh, Oak Manager. Weekly responsif bilities included preparing the advertising layfout for The Acorn and mailing copies of the paper to school ofllcials, alumni, and advertisers. Business stall members also handled the distribution of The Acorn, Oak and UpifD.ahg took charge of all sub' seriptionsg and managed all senior pictures. At the upper right. Sally Lyon makes a telephone call while Mr. Clayton Shcnk. adviser. watches. Pictured at the right is the entire business stall who are-Sitting: VV'atson, Daebeler, Burroughs, Lukens. Mclilfreshz Standing: Mitchell. Hoilman. Barnes. Kennedy, McMakin. Adam. Mr. Shenk. Bechtel, Devine. Colley. Holden. Sxyab. Angier. Loxyden. Dolores Temoyan. typing club president. and her twenty assistants. demonstrated faithful service and untiring eilort throughout the year. The girls spent innumerable afternoons typing copy for the Oak, The Acorn, and UpifDtzh, and willingly accepted xyorla: for other school organizations. Typing stall members below are-Sitting: Boyd. Costigan, Temoyan. Schoenfeld. lvlelleeverg Standing: Miller, Miss Lucretia Kerr. Smith. Xaras. Little, Fulton, Light. Biboroseh. Dove. Branigan. Elliott, Hill. Brown, and Sutherland. --,,. ,!,.-, .aw "Test your IQ against Scott's Hi'Q!" was the cry heard in UD's auditorium, December sixteenth, as Upidites once again witnessed the HifQ team in action. Fred Ackiss, Evan Aldcrfcr, Frank Altimore, and Joyce Mitchell aided "leadoff man" Robert Tobey in earning a season's total of cightyffour points in three contests. The first meet yielded thirtyftvvo points for the Purple and Gold. Although Upper Darby placed third behind Haverford and St. James in November, the team redeemed itself in December in a contest with Ridley Township and Upper Chichester. Robert Tobey, high scorer, averaged eleven points per contest. Mr. Paul Coffey, adviser, aided the team members by pointing out helpful study techniques. At the left, team mem' bers compete in their December contest. The team, pictured belovv, is grouped around Mr. Coffey. " if "frm: Menmhers of the :lass of '59 started thcrr first year "on the hllln lay selling a total of 9400 dollars in magazine suhseriptions. Stanley Bowers who eopped highest honors sold at grand total of 90? d-rllars. Two other "ace" salesmen. Riehard Freunliek and Allison Gross. topped the 200 dollar mark. Crowellfcollier and Curtxs puhlishing Qomf panies rewarded these students with a elockfradio. sa, wrrst vvateh. and .r portahle radio. Hornerooms 21+ and ZS sold the most suhseriptions to laecorne the winning home' rooms of the campaign. Although the sophf ornores fell short of their lfl.O4'Jf'? dollar goal. Miss Chrisman and Mr. Loeb, class advisers, agreed that the lirst class project was an overwhelrning success. At the top are the super salesmen. Below them, Mr. Loeh shakes hands wrth Stanley Bowers. At the lower right is a representative of a puhlishinl house. I l i ln stdging the rcviv.1l of Ton Ciiift Tillie It NVitli Tim, the senior class produced one of the most sucf ccssful comedies ever presented git Upper Darby. Under the experienced guidance of Miss Frieda Reed .ind student director, Patricia Connaghan, the actors cre.itcd many mcmoralwlc scenes. The audience will long remember Kenneth Neif's k'Eet steenlcsw and Madeleine Alcxnnders excellent portrayal of Penny Sycamore. Under the direction of Miss Maizie Weil and Suzanne Loux, stage manager, the stage crew constructed fin appropriate set and unusual props. Anne Mclflfresh and Dolores Temoyan directed the makcfup crew and Meredith Griesinger and Sally Lyon headed the costume committee. Scenes from 'You Croft Take It Wirli You are pictured in order :it the left and below. To thc upper right on the opposite page is the play cast during rehearsal. Q Penelope S5'cun1m'e Essie Rlwba ju Paul Syeanzore M1'. Depinnu Ed Donald Nhlrtin Vunderlmlf Alice Henderson Tony lieZlE71lQl'lO'L' Gay N111 Kwlvy KITS. Kwby Olglz FBI Klan l'mler5tudy Stuclenr Dwecrov CAST Ma delcinc Alcxnn elcr Suzmmc Alwcrle elitlm Gcarlmrt, Shcllwurnc Rclwk C3111 Evan Alelcrfcr YSN'7QllfC1' Kwcmg Rolwcrt KC1lIlCxl5' Charles Gcxrlmrt Fred Ackiss Virginm Vincent R-wlwcrt Smith Gordon S.mtmycrs Kcnuctlm Noll' Louise Aluclc Hwxxxxul M1-lrg.111 B.II'l'.l1'.l Daclwlfx' P.1t1'iei.1 Couu.1gl1.1u ld Smith. Fred Bcnckcr. Alfred Thwm.1s bluelitlm Gcarlmrt Plmtricin Coumglmn 4:1 30 Ve Could lake Believe . James M. Barric's The Admimble Crichton, the juniors choice for their class play, oilered dramatic roles to twentyfsix aspiring actors and actresses. The comedy, illustrating the crumble of high society as the result of a shipwreck, featured a lautler who emerged from the hacltground and displayed complete leadership on a South Paciiic Island. Eight major characters provided lively scenes from a fashionahlc English parlor to a deserted island coin' plete with palm trees, grass, and rocks. Miss Frieda Reed. coach of the starlets, and Miss Maizie Weil. technical director, worked closely with Richard Schaefer, stage manager, and Cynthia Dicken and Georgcnc Miller. student directors. Similar to 'You Cant Take lt Vxfith Ton, the success of The Admit' able Crichton was the result of class cooperation in acting, scenery construction. and makefup. Cncliton Lady fvld-fy Lady CdIl16'f1Ar16 Ldd5 Aqinlzli CAST Alan Briidy Barharfi Mick Margriret Schwcchlcr Ciifiistmcc Liuzzi. Phyllil Liuzzi Ernest Richfird Christnmii NIT. Tfelierne Roliicrt Christfiplicrecii Lord Bmclqlelizwst Alan WLlffCI1 Lord Loiim Richard Schciikcl Tu'een5' Claudcttc Devine, Gwrgunc Miller Britzxli Xduil Officer Rigliii-L1 Miifiii Lddieei fwldids Franca? Aruffo. Bcvcrly Simmiiiil. FOOIWEH Tompsett Msirgdrut Mitchell -lorry West, Lug Edvmrgli David ,Iimlicii fvlomieui' Fleury Thfvmzix Ruttcr Nlm. P6TkiTlS Rf,1ll6.xIm1 lvfaids Pa ge Bog: Ellm Huffman Eclwnrd DQLUQQ Cynthia Dicken. Chzirlfittc Rizzm, Mqirqzirct Remley lame? Burke 3 I 'QF y Music, as incntionccl in thc introduction, is vital to Uppcr Darby school lifc. Good musicians, too, h.ivc .ilways been chfinictcristic of UD. 195253 followctl .1 sirnilgir pattcrn of outstanding soloists .intl cxccptionfil concerts. From two hunclrctl fifty voiccs and thirty schools. Virginifi Scusc, scnior, was choscn soprano soloist for thc District Chorus conccrt AI Abington. The other rcprcscntatiycs wcrc .lutlith Gcnrhart, who .ilso sing in thc Stutc Chorus: Friinccs M.1rti1i: Alicc Mmtlcl: Dorothy Thompson: Robcrt Hastf ings: XVilli.im Shutcx Rolwcrt Kcnnctly: :intl Howard Morgm. XX'ith thc cxccption of jutly, thosc nicnf tionccl .ihoyc arc picturctl .it thc uppcr lcft. Dcldoizih l'l.u'kins, .loin Pclly, lvliiria Malatcstii, Ehiinc l'lcntlci'son, Cllill'lCS l'l.irncr, .intl Lcc Evcrett, picturcrl :it thc right .1hovc, rcprcscntctl Upper D.irhy in thc District Orchcstixi. Tnlcnted and intlustrious Ellinc xxxis .also sclcctcd for thc State Orchcstiii. lnitmting A ncw itlca is not always casy but clirinctist Donqmlcl Dcincnt formctl thc Royallaircs, .1 tlancc lmintl. which plilyctl for tliinccs .incl nsscmf hlics throughout the yc.ir. At thc lcft .irc thc Royalf liiircs during thcir Christmas conccrt. . . With a Ong in My Heart Singing for womcn's cluhs, community churches, and other high schools, constituted a large part of the activities of the A Cappella choir. Mcmhcrs also gave their services to the school when they sang at the dedication of the new gymnasium. at the lviemorial Day assembly. and at the Commence' ment exercises. Early in lviay. the chorus staged its most important production of the year. Brahms Requiem, which they had licen practicing for iilauut tive months. The choir also sang a part of the Requiem at Bethlehem on Iviay txycntyfcighth. Other activities included a Sunday night program for the Philadelphia USO and a tape recording at the VVTP studio. Special music groups functioning within the choir added variety to the repertoire. These groups included the "Royal Tones." made up of Barhara Burroughs. Valerie Collins. Jacqueline Delmar, Joan Osman. and Gail Pittinos: and the "Silhouf ettesf' Judith Gearhart. Alice Iviandel. and .loan Osman. The A Cappella Choir. pictured helow. is led hy a capahle and inspiring director. Dr. Clyde Dengler. Under his direction. the choir sang the favorite compositions of the students: "Battle Hymn of the Republic." "Youll Never Wrilk Alone," and the "Hallelujah Chorusfi v""' ., 2 gg -,xg ,,,,,. ., V , 1 fr I .4 1 X X, I , M 4. 1 Z 1 52 :J ,, AMW . A ,Q.,.w,..., ., -- . .,., , ,W , , , Q QR w v , Q g I Q I ! ,R xc I C13 Mt f , Ana ,A 4. vi film I M 'I' 4221 .,,,. The f1rL11' l1L1mh'cd .nml fifty wma Chwlxll Club umlcr thc LlfI'CCFI1lI1 uf Dr, Clydp Dcuglcr lxfwklihf thc Qglm w1,w I Amd cwmmumty thu wwrkx uf thc grumt limxtcrx, Ar CihI'INflH.lN .md Emtcr, tlwc Qhw1'L14tlw1'1llcd IN .IULIICVICCN xwth 4lLlf4K.ll1gl1l1Q pcrfwr1n.mcc1 wwf thc xxwwrki uf H.lX'LlI1. Fltmqk, .md Dnllkw In -I.mL14x1'y, wHicf1'4 Rwlwrt Kglmcdy, ,Lum XX'1lkQ4. Ivlug me .mnml "Stal Pm' F1w1l1Qf' .1g.1m .nu wutQt.emlmg Quqccw 35 QCIIIUCIIILACIJ, .md R1Ql1.11'J XX"rIHI.lINN lcd thy :lub m w1'g.1m:111L Correct in knifclikc creases. highly polishcd buttons, and white gloves. thc band entertained fans at all football games and pep rallies. Lcd by Mr. Robert Doane, band members displayed many original routines including interprea tations of "Stairway to the Stars." "WhiHi11' Poof Song," and "IVIy Merry' Cldsmobilef' At all public appearances including the Memorial Day Parade, the highfstepping majorettes and color guard members accompanied the band. As a reward for their daily diligence in drill and practice, thc UD bandsmen received the award of merit for appearf ancc at the Annual Cultural Olympics Band Day Festival at Convention Hall in November. The judges also commended them for their excellent carriage, instrumentfholding, march tempo, and drummer positions. Besides these activities. the band members, in order to raise money, sponsored a Halloween dance. "The Hoot'n Holler Hop," featuring square dancing. Later in the year, a group of ten members, led by junior, Donald Dement, formed the Royallaires. a dance band, which entertained Upidites at several dances and assembly programs. The picture at the upper left shows the color guard at attention. Below, the band poses in full dress. rv., 4 , , as Eiftjf skilled Cpidites. who preferred the sulslimity ft the symphony to the h 4 Av 1 ming of the hand. made up the 194153 orchestra. considered one of the hest ever assemhled at Cpper Darlay. Under the direction of Mr. Rohert Doane. the 1',1 rchcstra appeared in conccrt at the Christmas and Spring Music Eestivals. in assemhlies. and as a "pit'i orchestra at the All School Show and Commencement ceremonies. A string quintet. the L'pifStrings. played at many official functions. The group included ,loan Pelly. Dorothea Tvvisselman. Jeanette Mgirple, Elaine Henderson. and Connie Case. The concert mistresscs were .loan Pelly and Dorothea Twisselman and the lihrarians were Shirley Heiselmoyer and Elaine Henderson. Upper Darhyls representatives in District Qrchesf tra were Dehorah Harlcins. lvlaria Malatesta. ,loan Pelly. Dorothea Twisselman. Lee Everett, Charles Harner. and Elaine Henderson. Cellofplaying Elaine was also chosen to represent Upper Darby in the AllfStatc Qrchestra. Pictured at the top is the orchestra in a practice session. Below, the violins and violas rehearse a difficult passage. 37 Cornhusking, St. Pritriekk Day, Mary Queen? Courtfthese were the colorful themes of rnnny UD dances. The Stylers, Frankie Stone, :intl Upper Ddrhyk own Roygilliiires furnished the music for each event. Witli the junior rind senior classes sponsoring two dginees zipieee :ind the sophomores eontrihuting a formal dance Lite in the spring, the eialemldr of activities provided interest and variety. The "Hootin' Holler Hop," the annual Band dance, .ind the "Sh.1mroek Seren.itle," the yedrly HifY tncc. Along with Student Cnunci1's .tftcrfqarnc tnccs supplemented the sucml schcdulc. Above. thc Stylcrs play for thc danccrs tt the n w -Igtrvcst IVIQQI1 BMI." Shuxxn .tt the uppcr left on tc 'QPPOQIC page is tt 1nur.d uscd Ill thc decorations r the .Tun10r Dance. Frttnkic Stnnds band at the :nzgr Dttnic as sn-m'n .tt the lwwcr left. Shown Sow 15 .1 group uf squdrc danccrs at the cont unztjf dgtngc. :Xt tn: right .tra students .tt the Sornnuskcrs' Ctpcrsu ttnd bcluw them. senior trtyfgiars playing inufflcnitxrd. 1 BL i L X -10 ,bw fm Drcwcd in Whitt .tml wcmrmg .1 crwwll. Sc1Nwr D-,wwrthy 'TIW1'llHP4lfWl1 rclgnctl .mt thc ninth .l111Wk1tll All Sch-ml Slwvx' prcicntctl Mglrclw sixth .md Scvcnth. The ihtwvv drcxx' lugs crwvwds Q14 L14L1.ll, tlclmglwtiug thc .RLIJICIHCCQ with umgic. lwwllgx' Qkatmg, tumbling, .md ilnpms-m.1t1tms. Mm Emnm H. Sl,J11'lHTC1'fiC1Ll .lgdiu this you qtuctly .mtl Qiiiciclmtly' pc1'f0x'1ucd thc task of QnrrcI.1t1111g .md tl11'cct1ug thcw acts 4 I Three hundred students displayed their creative talents to perfection in the two performances of the All School Show. Musiczeil scores, stage settings, and costumes cleverly carried out the toyshop theme. The "toys" haunted audiences for weeks afterward with their outstanding and amusing performances. Miisters of ceremony, Suzanne Aberle, Barclay Cale, Ellen Hoffman, Robert Kenfnedy, and Georgenc Miller kept the show moving and the audience laughing throughout the twofhour, thirty' act extravaganza. Upper Darby's championship football team turned their talents from the gridiron to the stage and gave their highly entertaining version of the familiar Miitlier Goose Tales. Simi' larly, five young women-members of UD's faculty -presented Humpty Dumpty. Conltinuing thc theme of impersonating charactcrsftictional or real -Leroy Snyder effectively imitated the antics of the popular cry singer, Johnny Ray. Going 'back to Mother Goose, the Rag Dolls, a group of senior girls, combined singing and dancing to the tune of- "Oh, I'm Nothing But An Qld Rag Doll." Soloists, Virginiia Sease, Alice Mgindel, and Judy Gearhart, sustained the theme with excellent renditions of "Toyland," "The Wedding of the Painted Dolls," and "Somewhere Over the Rainbow." Climaxing the show, Queen Dorothy Thompson, seemingly flown in from Mars, burst upon the stage in a white O 0 Pm 0 C' e '9 ,Q 0 Q' A- .- 9 ri Q , v y 3' i T y cloud amid the cheers of her fellow performers. Pianofplaying Dot presented a medley of "Stardust'l and "l Only Have Eyes for You." Pictures of some of the most entertaining acts are shown on these pages. At the top on the left, masters of ceremony. Sue Aberle, Bob Kennedy, Georgene Miller. and Ellen Hoffman surround Queen Dorothy. At the upper right, Robert Christof phersen. Richard Vwfilliams. and Thomas Rutter accompany dancers. Virginia Hawkins and .lane Tilton. At the lower left Ellen Hoffman and Georgene Miller survey three other acts from the shiny: the c i',i lorful Charleston dancers-Marie ,Ll C2 ' ,fo e " Dagdigian. Arlene Cherrie, Lynn Elliotti and Marif bell Whetstnwiieg the:sailors,9RohertaShohat, Frances Setnel. Diane Henry, Harriet Gzreenburg, Barbara vLevi1L Stmya Edelmant Loretta Newman, and Richard Hirsch as :f'Olive Oilu: and the unusual Indians, PatriciaeDougherty, joan Smith, Charlotte Haussmann. Beverly Brooks, Helen Rife, Barbara Long, and Gail Glassmire. All? nervousness disappeared at the second per' formance Saturlay night, Mairch seventh. The result was another extraordinary evening of pleasure for an appreciative audience. The allfstar review held a high place in the 1972153 program of events. - PG he 1, ' V Promoting good sportsmanship :ind active school spirit, tho 197253 Purple and Gold Contests wcrc lwotli clinllcnging and cxciting. Scniors, Ioan Wilkcs sind Dcl P.irkg juniors. lvlartgi Mco and Vv'illi1im Scott: Lind sophomores Donald Gaunpnn.t .ind Judith Glanicy liczidecl thc Purplc team. Tlicii' Gold oppon' cnts wcrc scniors, Nancy Clmillis and Riclmrd Huglics: juniors, Virginia Burklioldcr .incl Vw7illiJun Hcvcrlyg .ind soplioinorcs, Arlcnc Glicrric .uid Riclmrd Harding, Tlic Purplcs took tlic lciid cnrly in tlic fall when tlicy won tlic Atlilctic Associntioii Lind publication cziinpligiis. tlic Songs .ind Cliccrs conjtcst, and tllc soccci' guns. Tlic Golds, lioxx'cvci'. not liking dcfcat, won tlic liockcy, crossfcountry, .ind riilc contcsts. Wliiit wus truc in tlicsc 1DilfClXC5 w.is truc through' out tlic ycxirf--tlic tc.uns wcrc so cqugilly clividcd in rcspcct to .ilnility tli.it spirit :ind tc.un support usually dccidcd tlic winncr. During tlic laitc wintcr, tlic Purplc tcfiin sold tnfiny niorc Tag D.iy tickcts liut tlic Gold tcam 44 soundly whipped the Purples in wrestling. girls' basketball and boys' basketball. Later, Eugene Berman. senior Gold. spelled his way to highest honors in the traditional spelling bee. The public speaking contest. following the spelling bee. also became a G f'.i ld victory with the help of seniors 7 an ' f W1 1 Awml f L 1 l 7 1. I i W , f,g , , 1 L, X , f- N lyd X fl TJ X 'FHJLW l L J X' Ji 'x ef fllxl .A G19 ' f 1 L! ft JV' Q4 f Stanley Hardwick. Howard Mtiirgzrn. and Sterling Vfilliamson. XVhen May Day came. the Golds led the Purples by the slim margin of ten points. Relay races, pief eating contests. the tugfoffwar and the gymnastic drill. demanded the best from individual team memf bers. Finally. the team which had totaled the most points throughout the year and on Mtty' Day received the coveted faculty cup. At the lower left. on the opposite page. Gordon Santmyers upholds the Purple Team during the Public Speaking contest. Above the Gold Team registers disappointment at the loss of the Songs and Cheers contest. At the lower right, Eugene Berman wins the Spelling bee for the Golds. l 45 Weet and Lovely "Sweet and Lovely, Sweeter Than the Roses in May," perfectly described Upper D.11'lW3'lS 19773 May Queen, Virginia "Ginger" Vincent, and her court of ten- Nancy Angulo, Shirley Cullen, Nora Daldy, Marjorie Dawkins, Suzanne Loux Sally Lyon, Joyce Mitchell, Anna Nicola Anita Porreca, and Ann Jane Rowell Chosen in midfApril, the queen and her court were elected on the basis of attractive ness, personality, and service to the schoo For thirty years, lvlay Day has been an outstanding tradition-a yearly ev:nt filled with all the color and school spirit possible This year, with the blossoming woods pro viding a background and the rigid color teams flanking them on either side, the queen and her court reigned supreme. The day's events included the customary drill games, and contests. The ceremonies, how ever, bore special meaning for the seniors- it was their class which shone so brightly land would never shine again. Because of this feeling, the day took a special place in the heart' of Ujer Dgnbians. u Y JJ, ay sf ,V 322 rf A Q ,rv 3? . 1 l . l ,. Vw- f-. A - fc ., .. ,. -- - ,. A sf- 1 I lg! - 'gf' ',f' 1 .f . ' if -- A ' ' The members of the MQ15' Quccrfs Court pictured on this page top to bottom in each of the four rows arc: Suzaimc Loux. Sully Lyon, Anna Nicola. Ami lm: Rowcll, Shirley Cullen. Nancy Angulo, Anita Porrcca, Ioycc Mitclicll, Marjorie Dawkiiis, and Nora Daldy. ak? ive 3 E i 2 1 A 4 A 'rpms' M' 'Qi - -2, 1 i'r n f ' . 'I-52.5-I. ' 'f J . M l'l.1yc you cycr C.ltCIl Ql piece of pic so fast you thought you would choke? Have you cvcr run :1 l'Cl.ly r.1cc so quickly that you thought you would surcly hurn .1 hole in your shoe and the track? Have you cvcr cheered for your teammates until your musclcs ached and your throat felt as if it were torn to shreds? That's the wonderful feeling that comcs from suffering and straining for your own sidcfthe winning side. This year, the 1953 May Day ceremonies were a repeat performance of all the pageantry and spirit Hlling them since 1927. The straight, rigid lines of the color teams marching onto the field and passing in review, however, brought to mind all too sharply that a few thousand miles away hundreds of young men were doing the same thing -hut not for a May Day. The crowning of the queen climaxed the opening solemnities and the Ivlaypole dances added their own touch of interest. v-1- r The awarding of the banner to the winning drill team brought simultaneous shouts and groans from the spectators. The beginning of the novelty races produced intense expectation as team after team challenged one another for badly needed points. Some fell as they hurried to place the blocks: others stumbled forward as. shrouded in old clothcs and a paper bag. they tried gallantly to jump across the held. Others with hands behind their backs gulped pie in one last eifort to claim victory. As the afterf noon wore on it still was not clear which team would tinally win. Unsure onlookers argued as to the out' come-some almost wanting to participate them' selves, Finally. as the sun began to sink and the crowds began to drift. workmen descended upon the held removing debris and the now vacant throne. ending a lvlay Day as thrilling as any before it. "l'm all for it Body and Soul I tell you I mean it Why haven? you seen it" ports unify school life. Spectators and active participants alike en- joy the intramural games as well as the varsity contests. Through the fall, winter, and spring, individual team members endeavor to uphold the proud record of Upper Darby in interscholastic athletics. This year, football and cross country, both with undefeated seasons, have won the admiration of the school and the community. Skillfully coached and ably captained, the hockey, basketball, tennis, and track teams have also completed excep- tional seasons. Playing or cheering enthusiastically, everyone realizes that sports unlock the door to true cooperation, lively competition, and clean, hard play. A day on a schedule . . . . . . A face in the stands . . . . . . Last play of the season BODY 4 -.1 0 Zi? :',f.x..C.,D, M u-4 N JF .ffm N H- -,-:F lx yi? igvwzf? E1 Y -S1015 ,wfpg 5, . +1 'ff xg ggg 5'-5 as '3 Z . -v xx' 1' . .:,:f:- 1513- ,.-. , 553 151 '. mg, 4717.-'KT' .N .. . , 9, pf- ' I A - . H - H' ..- -0 . .,,,,. guy N Vivacious Anim Porrcca cnptzunccl thc 195253 squad and zrclclccl zcst and spnrklc to thc perform' .mccs of hcr comptuuous, NVith lmlwlwliug cuthusinsm, the royal pcpstcrs lccl chccring sports fans during thc football and lmskctlmll scnsous. Without thc loyal support of thc chccrlcndcrs, Uppcr Darby tcums coultl not hnvc m.1Llc such outstgmcling rccortls. Stuclcuts will ucvcr forgct thcir spiritccl yell -protluccrs, who wcrc Always on lmml to lcnd thcm .lt .lthlctic contcsts, psp rallics, :mtl Purplc :md Gold frgmys. Mr. Chnrlcs Broolic of the history dcpurtf mcnt, coach :mtl zrtlviscr, and Suc Ahcrlc, mgumgcrt supplied thc squad cquipmcnt auul plnrmccl thc , .tfsmy ,... M. cheering schedule. ln the spring. faculty memhers chose Barham Smith, Gretchen Berguiclo, and San' dra Sahel to wear the Purple and Gold for the following two yeari At the left from top to hottom are Senior, janet Sutherland: it group talking with their adviser, Mr. Charles Brooke: and Barham Clark, senior. Shown above are cheerleaders Welle, Burkholtler, captain Porreea, Sutherland, Clark, Vowler, lvloore, mzinf ager Aherle, Mackenzie, and Christine, Shown :lt right from top to bottom are Anita Porrecag the sophomore and junior cheerlenotleriq and Arlene Christine, senior. 1 'W ' , 4 , 5 i 1 4 W A . ., -W W jj ,X and ii T .. ll Q L s M MM..- ,, i .X .i ,V . , y . i , , i, , I. i i , i "il ,i :Y W ,. 1. - -,, . X, Q , ,C i., ,L 1 .' ,Le 'lk 0 ix, Q .1 H- L'Hoorah for UD," yelled hundreds of rooters as they watched the Royal gridmen complete the first unbeaten, untied football season in the history of Upper Darby High School. Critics ranked this superb team in fifth place among high school teams of the state of Pennsylf vania, and second in the Eastern area. The boys triumphed over Lancaster and Ridley Township for the first time in the series with each of these schools. Although doomed to defeat, Bartram, Cverbrook, and Bok made their initial appearance on the '72 schedule. The Royals also stopped Chester, Ridley Township, and Abington each of whom was undefeated going into the game. Closing the season in a blaze of glory. the 1952 edition of the UD gridmachine trounced an outelassed Haverford eleven 4612. At the close of the season the football fathers honored their sons by staging a banquet and presenting them with individual lifeflike plaques which each senior proudly displays. Menilaers of the championship team received many glwlu-L15 and honors. i'Chikew Hevcrly and Bob Reynolds, honorary captains. guided the team both offensively and defensively. Dominic Aurillo. declared "most valuable," Igel the parade of stars. His ability earned him positions 5-4 ggmwaiaac aaaqvgx .acaa.lctwf ya AU1, i..i on the allfschola icy alUgDel IAXYHFUVCOPHBZV ffjeqams. L'Skip" Ellision, named im stipopulaigrescgvgd trbphyifor his outstanding performance in the Turkey Day tilt. Climax' ing the season, Dave Liehtenfeld received the Maxwell Club Award. Upper Darby salutes the coaches for the excellent job they did in managing UD's finest team. M1'. Arthur Purf sell, Mr. Joseph Rhile, Mr. Harold Thompson, Mr. Robert Hartman, and M1'. Lewis Stamus showed a keen interest in the individual player as well as the team as a whole. Pictured above arc: Front: mascot Stamus: Row Cnc: Snyder, Hirsch, C. Heverly, Lichtenfeld, Reynolds, Aurillo, Stewart, Townsend, Spina. Ellison: Row Two: Armstrong, Hcnn, Padula, Nunn. lvloon, Seagraves, Park. Dodson, Tate, coach Stamusg Row Three: coach Purscll. B, Heverly, Nleyers, Adelizzi, Elliot, Ivlawson, Campana, Hughes, coach Thompson. Cn the opposite page at the right are Nlaxwcll Club Award winner Lichtenfeld, co' captains Heverly and Reynolds, and star back Padula talking with coaches Stamus and Pursell. . He Can Run, Kick, and Throvs 'UV- Bartrarn ..... Lancaster Qverbrook .... Chester .............. Rit11ey Township Abington .......... Lower Merirun .. Cheltenham ..,... Haverford ....... VARSITY FooTB.xLL UD. Q Q9 14 44 7 'S 12 '20 13 46 OPP O O 7 U 2 O 6 16 O 12 5 , X "GUI Go! Go!" inspired the junior varsity Foothall team as Robert Hart' in.1n. head mentor. eoaehed the gridders to an outstanding season. With a record of three wins out of four starts the jayvees showed promising material tor the IW? y.irsity squad. Chester, as in IV Cross Country. was the only team to defeat UD.s rough .ind ready players. However, UD emerged vie! torious in trays with Lansdowne. Ridley Township, and Lower Merioii. Team memhers helow are: Front: Stamus, mascot: Row One: DeStefano, Phillips. Loos. Collins. Pounds. Davidson. Fisher, Bennyhoif, Pieeiano, Kersh' ner. Gilhert: Row Two: Maddoek, Jones, Holloway. Holley. Bueseher, Stern. Closkey, Lloyd. Blavakis, Miller: Row Three: Hughes, Campana, Saha, Pine, Breslin. Mfiek, Barnes, Reynolds. and IVI-:Flwee. it : if - , " 'Nat We :mf i i .1 sg ffm 5... 2, , ' i ' 2,411 Socera L' D O 1 . . ' - PP Friends Central .... 2 O Bartram ................ .. l O Cheltenham ......, .. 1 O Lower lvlerion ...... .. l 3 Haverford ......... .. 1 1 Abington ...... .. -1- 1 Cheltenham ....... .. 3 1 Lower lvlerion ..... O 2 "I Get a Kick Cut of Youm became the theme song of the Royal soccer team. The booters started olf a successful season by winning their first game with Friends' Central. 1fO. With five victories and two ties to their credit, the varsity eleven bowed only to Lower Merion. Howard Lotlin, elected honorf ary captain at the close of the season. filled the wing position on the All Suburban team. Above are two outstanding senior players, Howard Lotlin and Bill Walker. Below are-Row One: Bussard, Wilson, Wilkins, Newmiller, ' 1 ' 'o 'W ...... fl 0 - - 4 1 - - lgXLaXet1gttrcl A Bridgen, Benedict, Weinstein, Leqge, Salter, Levenbachg Row Two: Villiger, es own .... - , . . 'L . .' Axwnqt on q 1 Kodikian, Irwin, Famous, Slawter, Gladeck, Hill, Lodge, Ballora, Riglerg LQWQQ M5ri,3,H 'lrll 1 2 Row Three: Coach Herzog. manager Spencer, Schwindt, Walker, Timmeney, Haverford ....... .. O O Morawski, Me ters, Ellis, Morelli, Hitzelberqer, ca tain Loflin Mevee Breif s , S 7 D 7 A91U2f'3'U 2 1 thaupt, Torrante, manager Cale, coach Loeb. X .V Xl lxxj V Q H - i A l ,:, V. ji, R , I,, .N f , ! 1 J w, ,MM fl Q W I ,, , I Dux r 3 Zvi., 1,5 , :,f-I .54 M77 I Vw? M56 gfg? I in J? K' , f ' f f,i,'v'l'l N if 3 ,x -f to 3 V 1 f W U f lf .1 -if ,rf 1 i H l ire QPU - w. fa..." XT7: V L A xfj IV , QA- gf MU ah A wil yy ak 2 Jr T of ' .oawfr A- 4 -A f or . E0 A ,ff 3 x7A'f 'Q lb of- ' I t .f if f ff' H4 X ' f V rf v iff - J f M . rf if 'T' mf. Milf 'ax '31 M H X X UV c, , M , ,fx -1 - I r . gran. A v l ' " f'x rx.f' JA.. --fla Q M " f -5-,Q-. .fx T T --,-, ,5 I w v 1 . 1 ,L - --L - , ':,,,,,a,,1g -pf, ff N N-.Lfj rl cfs!" L ,L Sak! rx, 0 A f my N 58 Sharon Hill .. Lower Marion V.-XRSITY HOCKEY U.D. Opp 7 O 2 2 Radnor ............ ..... 2 2 Haverford ...... ..... 2 O Lansdowne .. ..... O 1 Yeadon ..... 3 0 Norristown ...... ..... O Q 3 Swarthmore . ..... O 2 top It . The leadership and experience of coach Virf ginia Middleton were invaluable as this year's team got off to an excellent start by winning its first game and tying the next two. It is a record to be proud of, since the only veteran varsity player was captain Marjorie Dawkins. The Lansdowne and Haverford games claimed honors for the two most exciting matches of the season. Although Lansf downe overcame the Hockeyettes, thc girls showed their winning spirit by defeating the Fords. Team' mates elected two "most valuable players"-Ioan Herzog, goalie, and Dione Statzcll, fullback. As a comic climax to the season, the girls defeated the cross country team in a hockey game. Team members above are-Row Une: Statzell, Clark, Daldy, Herzog. Qlsen, Andrews, and Anderf song Row Two: manager Carter, Hodges, Kennedy, Angulo. Phillips, captain Dawkins, Natale, Stall' smith, Christine. Wilkes, and coach Mrs. Middle' ton. On the opposite page at the lower left, Nora Daldy, halfback, tries hard to retrieve the ball in an actionfpacked game. Margie Dawkins, captain. is at the right. Below Nancy Angulo, high scorer, tallies another point and Margie Dawkins, Nora Daldy, and Nancy Kennedy practice before a game. K: X1 N3 4 'x ll Nz Wy jx 1 lm 1, 4 1 1 r fi 1 fs If 1 3 1 1 r 1 1 u 1 1 , V , . I if! " f f g f J ,ff ff! Ay I ,f,s n .f wi 15:31 ' f .17 1 5 ff " J I i f WW ai ,wi ' if ", 2 V VV iv., T UD's junior varsity Hockcyettes finished the season with a record of four ties and three losses, a remarkable feat for a team composed mainly of sophomores. Mrs. Virginia Middleton, coach, praised the jayvee for its fine skill and teamwork, evident weekly throughout the season. Although the defending backfield fought hard, it could not stop the onrushing forward lines of Yeadon, Swarthmore, and Lansdowne. Despite these losses, the Royalettes took pride in tying Sharon Hill, Radnor, Haverford, and Norristown. The picture above shows .lackie Robbins ready to receive a pass from Carol Michael. Below are team members4Row Une: Tuck' wood, Burkholder, Hoyer, MacKnight, Hankins, Michael, Vowler, Urie, Casciato, Remley, Anderson, Row Two: Laury, Brauker, Hess, King, Barney, Smith, Robbins, Westerman, Harral, Campbell, MQ' Claren, Newton, manager Hugo. JUN Sharon Hill Radnor ...... Haverford .. Lansdowne Yeadon ..... Norristown Swarthmore in wmun mr- wwf ' ff f .www--v.,,.a,i . , ,- ta , Maw- Y wmvm ,Auawwmmarwmem,,,,M1pwfmw Jt'x1oR X7i-XRSITY CROSS COUNTRY Chester ...... Haverford ...... Lower Ivierion Norristown .... Abington .. Cheltenham U.D. O 53 50 '50 50 'SO 50 PP' dan.. In keeping with the pace set by varsity runners, the jayvee's produced perfect scores in all but one of their six meets. Mr. Peter Bernardino held the coaching reins, and, as in past years, spurred his team on to another undefeated season. Lower Merion, Haverford, Norristown, Abington, and Cheltenham fell victims to Upper Darby, Chester being the only team to prevent them from receiving another perfect score. UD's harriers brought honor to their alma mater by capturing the District Championship. Pictured above are team members dressed in feminine costumes for the hockey game with the girls' squad. Below are varsity team members Thomas. Pentimall, lvlahoney, and Weaver preparing for the start of the District Meet. The junior varsity squad is shown on the following page. V M W f A , ' rf!! I , W , fnff " ,f "f' Wf f"'f701",ffffwQif ,, X ,W M ,, WZMNWW 'IW I, Rama.. WWWM if Zgmwff 0 I WW4 , , -ifiziitayiifs , fm, 2' M W ywinf we , WM ,ff V , , N ,M 7 ,, -3, if wf,,,yWW4 M . I fkfv f f ,, Mm , .vm-MU " ,gag 4 ' ff: ,, Maw ,www H W ,, -, .xg X . s fa, k X , , wi s 'M if if is I ,..,,V, i- -- : We it it or ess... , W,,M,w., ffgswlgf f x .J .,,., s Wisl-Tess iw' t x 'is . x, . if ,. ss, . ss 1 rs. Chester ...... Haverford ....... Lower Merion Norristown Abington .... Cheltenham Veiasrri' Ciaoss COUNTRY W XVhen the Royal harriers started the season with two District Championships to their eredit, they were determined to make this another ehampionf ship year. With .i line varsity team and a skilled junior varsity, the Miller-men needed only to keep up their training and their Winning spirit. They started the season by defeating Chester. In this meet Homer Weaver took first plaee, a position that he maintained in every meet during the season. By def feating Haverford, Upper Darby eaptured the MillerfStrange trophy. Later, Lower Merion fell at the feet of the harriers. Upper Darby turned in a perfeet seore in the Norristown meet, downed Abington, and in the last raee of the season, the 'thill and dalersw defeated Cheltenham. In the Disf triet Meet, Upper Darby reigned vietorious for the third year. Homer Weaver came in Hrst, Tom Mahoney fourth, Diek Thomas sixth, David Greene twelfth, and Perry Weed fourteenth. After Winning the Distriet Meet, the Royals traveled to Pennsyl' vania State College to run in the State Meet. They plaeed third, ranking among the top teams of Pennsylvania. X R Q "3" X 3 , 'K X X Dick Thomas, astounding coachcs hy his outstandf ing running, reccivcd the most valuahlc runncr award. Tom Mahoiicy also surpriscd thc coachcs when hc hccamc thc third 1953 winncr of thc Novicc Race. Ivfurray Millcr. coach of this championship team, insrillcd in cvcry tcam mcmhcr the will. couragc, and cxccllcnt training which cnahlcd thc tcam to complctc such a finc scason. Picturcd at thc left on thc oppositc pagc is Homcr Vxfcavcr outstripping a Chcstcr opponcnt. At thc right arc cofcaptains Art McCg1ll and Homcr Weaxfcr talking with thcir tcammatcs. Bclow tcam memhcrs arc-Row One: Toll. Hart. Nlanco. Hat' lcy. Pistorio. Grccnc. Tasca, Bucklcy. Potter. Sim' mons. Griihs. Lidlc. McClure, Lawson. Dcmpscy. Mcrrikcii, Schracdcr. D. Iaclisong Row Two: Mc' Call. YV. Jackson. Rogcrs. Giscl. Gcntilc. McMalion. -Tochcn. Ivfatthias. Pasquarclla, Ricc, DcLuca, Rossi. Harncr, Baur. Caras. Tcrrcs. Pcntimall. Ioll. Vxfeavcrz Row Thrcc: coaches Strangc and Thompf son. Brookcr. Donohue. Lawson. lvlahoncy, Nickcrf son, -lost. Thomas. Graham. Voeglcr, coachcs Millcr and Bernardino, Cooke. Lccdy. Thrasher, Barrett, Mcibxdams. Legge. Vfccd. Parsons. and Paradinc. M10 f mlb :WS 914 K ,,,, , , 2:5 . With muscle and brawn, UD's grapplers wrestled their way to the Suburban I League cofchampionf ship with Lower lvlerion and Cheltenham. The mat' men began the league matches with a heartbreaking loss to Lower Merion. After bouncing back to upset the powerful Cheltenham team for the outstanding performance of the year. the wrestlers ended a successful season with seven straight wins. Team members gave much credit for an outstanding scaf son to coach Peter Bernardino and cofcaptains Edward Graham and Richard Padula. These two stalwart grapplers ended the year as district champions. The Suburban League coaches chose Padula the Mrwst Valuable W1'cstler. Ed Graham, tenacious 127 pounder, unscored upon in league matches. pinned his opponent in the regional meet. For Edls outstanding record and leadership ability, his teammates chose him lvlost Valuable Wrestler. Arthur McCall. lithc 103 poundcr, completed hiS third year of Varsity wrestling and defeated each 64 opponent except state champion, McHugh, of Cheltenham. Artie fought to a 6f6 tie with McHugh at the district tournament but lost the decision on time advantage. McCall copped third place in the regionals by defeating his opponent 6fO. Hcavyf weights Robert Adelizzi and Robert Henn proved a valuable asset to the team. Both grapplers wrestled their way to second place in the districts and third place in the regionals, along with 138 pounder. George C'Connell. Charles Pistorio. 95 pound sophof more. ended the season with a 7f1 record. having lost only to lvlcl-lugh. Lettermcn pictured at left are -- Row Cnc: C'Connell. Berman. Graham. Pistorio. Buckley. coach Bernardino: Row Two: XV. Heverly. C. Hevcrly, Henn. Adelizzi. and Snyder, Cn the op' posite page on the lower left. a UD wrestler chalf lenges a Cheltenham opponent. To the right Richard Padula receives the Most Valuable Vsfrestler award. Below. Ed Graham is about to pin his opponent. VARSITY XVREWLINU Lower Merion Cheltenham ...,. . Springfield .... ...- Haverford .... .... Abington ...... . Valley Forge ..... Lansdowne .... .... Bristol .... .... O 'N 21 IQ Keep that V.ll'SlIX' vii iti t-'nfl ljre meet elimin.1 ti-ine give iiyvec Hiiiiifclciiiciiu .in uppnrttiiiity tn climh In xxiiwity piwsitiuiis. Utitfmiitliiig wrestlers inf elntlctl Dwmltl Rice. Riiger Rwssi. Leroy Phillips, .intl Lee Rigler, The I-3.1111 hid .1 recmrtl tw he pruutl nf eight victories in eight matches. The winning nf .1 cl-'sc meet with Lnwer Meriiin, their arch rival, xxxis the high piiint of the seuswii fnr these grapplers. Scitmtl mcmhcrs pictured hclow are-Row Une: Mclniughlin. wlohiisnii. Phillips, Rice, Stern, Busf c.igli.i. Merriken: Rww Tvw: Triscxi. Keating, Rossi, P.i1qi1.irell1i. Legge. Greene. Clwskeyg Row Three: c-mich Lneh. Cornely, Bmzier, Rigler. Long, g-md m.in.iger Griggs. ,IUNIQR V.xRsiTY NVRESTLIMQ UD. Opp Gimrel College .... Zi li Hill Schnnl ...... ,,,, 2 1 17 Episcopal ..... , 36 6 Linsnlimwne ........ , 26 O Lliwer lvlerion ..... , 22 20 Girard College ....................... . 28 R Overhruiik School for Blind .... . 23 16 l'l.iverfrird Prep ................... . 39 S RIFLE Lower Merion Abington ....... NE Catholic . Prospect Park .... Quakertown Doylestown .. XVcst Catholic .... Yeadon .......... NE Catholic GlcnfNor ..... lvlanheim .. UD. 496 496 497 499 493 499 499 499 49S 497' Q00 OPP 492 486 460 467 493 493 493 439 432 432 496 X 95" V c fk I Champiins four times in inc year. the Rifle team. advised by Mr. Viiiiid. was one of the most energetic groups at Upper Darhjr. The team had a successful season. winning the Southeastern Pennsylvania ln' terscholastic Rifle Asfociation and Diltrict I Champ ionships after defeating Mfiniieim High Schofl, Patricia Caterson and Janet Roderick, cofcaptainl spurred the excellent shooting of Sue MaSterni.l.i. john Craft, Thomas Cliford. Ann Carson, plains Caterson, Beverly Brassington, James Beatty. Cir' vin Kuhn, Alan Warren, and Stanley Bowers, other members of the 195263 squad. Team members above are Row Cne: YVriglcy. Brassington. Roderick. Caterson, Masterman. Carf song Row Two: Clifford. Bowers. Schmidt, Sloat. Craft, Beatty, Warren. Below are cofcaptains Janet Roderick and Pat Caterson with Mr. Wood. 67 c, ' f t Aa I M9 ' ? f W. for f Excellent teamwork and uncanny marksmanship characterized the '53 girls' basketball season. Alice Balk, captain, and Marjorie Andrews, UD's "ace" forwards, netted 240 points out of the 311 points scored during the entire season. Wiiiniiig seven out of eight games, the girls tried hard to equal the standard established during the football season. Emerging victorious from their first two tilts with Norristown and Lower Merion, they defeated Radnor for the first time in three years. During the following weeks beautiful passes and precision plays produced victories over Lansdowne, Yeadon. Swarthmore, and Springfield. At the seasonis end. Haverford High School remained the only opponent to have defeated Upper Darby's stellar team. The success of this team was due to the efforts of Miss Elizabeth Willianis and Miss Dorothy Schuf mann, coaches. Squad members pictured above are4Row One: Dawkins, Balk, Angulog Row Two: Daldy, Qls-tn, Natale, Andrews. At the left a Haverford player outfjumps Mary Lou Natale. At the right, on the opposite page, Miss Williams gives the team a pep talk during a time out. and below, Alice Balk challenges a Springfield player for possession of the ball. Nw' rriftoxml Lovvcr MCfi'A Radnor H.1V:rffvrd .... 32 L.'111:dmx'11e H k.1J1'H ...... .... Sxmrthmorc Springfield f 0 ,, 5 ., .- , ff f ,f , ,QV ,. 2 f Q Www, -" QPF Z9 ZR 17 N9 x w K-ll 31 23 311 mann-yfqn Al L i N ll in VARSITY BASKETBALL U.D. Opp. f . Norristown ....... .... 1 3 15 Lower Nlerion .... .... 2 4 17 Radnor ........... . 33 15 Haverford .... .... 3 4 26 Lansdowne ..... .... 4 1 35 Yeadon ...... .... 5 l 15 Swarthmore .... ZS 9 Springlield .. .. 39 6 Einphasizing a deadly offense and a grim defense, the junior varsity Royalettes showed suburban eircles a winning brand of basketball. The sextet, consisting of juniors and sophomores. had an unf defeated season. resulting from the able coaching of Miss Elizabeth Williams. At each game, team members chose a girl, outstanding in previous conf flicts, as captain for that particular contest. Two outstanding performers were Carol Huber who captained the Lower Merion tilt, and Carol Bauer who captained the Springfield contest. Since the girls showed rapid progress in mastering basketball 1SkiHs,pthe coaches have high hopes for another . winginsgf varsity combination next year. 'The team, as was true of boys' basketball and xowifestling, enjoyed the use of the new gymnasium andgalso took pleasure in playing host to visiting ' teams. At the left is Carol Wike shown working r the liall from under the basket. Junior varsity memf E bers shown below are-Row Une: Wike, Stallsmith, Bauer, Fichera. Huber, Cordermang Row Two: Scglaopf, Oles. Doehne, Lanzetta. 47 ' s mx mt i 1 149 nu sa new 2 xammmstzvwvwwmmmxevf vw -- ts - - f 1-:sud--":92v'er mf- -mu X V, V- ir:'rjy3" ,Q Casper Pieciano and Micliziel Miles sparked the JV cagers to a better than average season of ten wins and nine defeats. Ridley Township, Abington, Chester, Lower Merion. and Cheltenham defeated the inexperienced hoopsters but the team broke their fivefgame losing streak vanquishing Norristown 3509. The UD basketeers suffered several setbacks after the loss of their stellar player, Casper Picciano, who joined the varsity squad. The highlight of the year was the JV's excellent teamwork which prof duced a victory over the Haverford "Fords" at the dedication of the new gymnasium, At the right Robert Gilbert tosses a foul shot for UD. Squad members below are-Row Cne: Vxfindle. lvlartin. Mgineo. Lawson, Kennedy: Row Two: manager Hurlbert. XValdron, Clsen, Cam' pana: Row Three: Charlino. coach Hartman. Destatano' Cheltenham ..... JUNIOR V.ARSITY BASKETBALL Norristovvn Haverford Cheltenham Chester ...... Abington .. Allentown Norristown Haverford Lower Ivlerion ms .Wm 9 EX M4 I11 his hrst 1'c.11' .1s co.1ch of the Upper D.1rhy h.1slaeth.1ll te.1n1. M1', Lewis 3t.1nius experienced .in 111111s11.1l se.1so1i. UDF C.lgCl'S dropped the SCLISODNS opener with H.lX'txl'flU1'Ll Prep, hut countcrqicted this loss with overwhelniing victories against Lzinsclowne, Springfield, .lI1Ll Radnor High Schools. The "Chelts." in their first lC.lQL1C g.1me, fell under the powerful Roy.1l onslaught 11s did Lower Mcrion and Chester. Ahington iirst defeated the spirited men from Upper Dnrhy hut the Hhoopersf' combining surefshooting llllkl fl will to win, went on to avenge their previous setback on the home floor with Ridley Township. The Haverford game, featuring the declication of the new gymnasium, mounted tension and feelings ILS UD, in the end, tasted victory. At the lcft John Schumacher practices foul shots. Team memhers pictured helow are-Row One: Ellison, Cooke, co1ca1pt11ins Schumacher .lI1Ll Park, Spina, Hurdwickg Row Two: MLlIlLlQCf Bauer, Hughes. Kelly. Picci.1no. eo.1ch Stnmus. At the right on the opposite p.1ge, Dr. Dilworth dedic.1tes the new gymnusiuiii, The Adjoining picture shows .1ction during the Haverford game. Below, at the right. Del Park, high scoring forward, takes .1 jump. ? w 1 ..'i, 4 m ,fi . ff 0 X X in Eiwfip, J X V' in l D J X-" s 7 K 3 ,wi , 11 L A X W ,',,x if IL .. f, Y -,J 1 , l li if 4 3 i '1 W W "W WW . l ., ' ,f f ' X' f .fzfqvf " www' ,if sm W, ,G .W ,guy 'f , W ,go WJ Q fy. af ,M ,f , 1 V ,A f 1 , f f , f f .W . A W A2 f ' 4'f .7 fm, V1 .ff W- , s V - 4-rf: v.f, Hqrvcrf-Qlrd .... . La11sclr1xx'nc Springfield Radnor ,.,. Lansglflvvnc Cheltenham Lower lvlerinn VARSITY BASKETBALL Charter ........., ...... Alilngtwn ...,....... Ridley Tflvvns hzp Norri ftnvvn ............ ...... Herverfffrd ,..... Cheltenham Chestcr ....... Abington Allentnvvn .,..., Nnrrietfnvcn .. Haverfl lrd ...... Lower Marion ...... ..... UD. Opp 42 52 41 69 73 69 59 49 94 64 47 54 79 62 Sl 57 S6 GS 61 43 39 31 97 61 47 96 47 w 4-1 my 46 33 71 KH N4 Nl gw full X jmgfsks-MLM. . M. , at..st.1-,,t . . ff" . .?i Such phrases as "BNN your favor," N60 my set" were heard often at Idle Hour Tennis Club as the 1953 edition of the girls' tennis squad practiced to increase their skill. The sunftanned lassies took refuge at Idle Hour because contractors were unable to replace the old courts at UD. The Royal' cttc racket squad anticipated a promising season despite the fact that Barbara Clark was the only returning varsity player. Nine other experienced players, however, challenged her for top positions. Nancy Kennedy, senior, captained the team and held the first singles position. Babs played second singles. Suzanne Loux third singles, Elizabeth Phillips and Joan Wilkes first doubles, and Ronnie D'Angelo and Lynn Tanenbaurn second doubles. Mrs. Virginia Middleton coached the team and supervised instruction. The team's competent man' ager was senior Barbara Lukens. The team members as pictured below are+Row Cne: Clark, Clancy, Daldy, captain Kennedy, Phillips, Loux, Wilkes, Row Two: Coach Middle' ton, D'Angelo, Cullen, Tanenbaum, Wike, Barney, Burkholder, H. Kennedy, Campbell, manager Lukens. ww 1 'i s we .BC 4 X cf., !glWf7ffR'W! . ,Www X' ' , ,. Msg V , I , W, N 6 'Q' ai' A, A f f , f f MW f 2 ,,zt0',5?:N, ,W .,-V., .ff raw? nw . ,, M-j,,t,,m, x.5e,..4,f:-n,+,'.,,,2. ff sxqzxmh itgagva n-4 f-M13 " typ- z ' m:,g.,j.:tz . at AM ,, H5 -wr? Wy ,wax , X' 'iss si' Tf Q gf Q - " 2 5942. l 4 1 n N n XI.-XRSITY TENNIS ricnds .. Gcrrnnntown F Chcltcnhzun . Abington Havcrfnrd Bc rwyn ........,... Lower Marion .... Norristown Radnor Llnsdownc UD. O O N j 1 4 4 171 O 'W Idle Hour Tennis Club was the scene of varsity practices and matches this year. Despite rainy weather, coach McKinley Stevens whipped his team into shape through April antl early May. Returning letter winners John Brogan. Richarel Hirsch, Vxfright Hoffman, Michziel Vogt, and Fred Willitinis, holsteretl the team. Kenneth Nell, senior, headed teain management antl organized prefmatch play' oils, Eight league games and several practice games Constituteel the schedule. Pictured at the top are--Row One: Hotfrnan, De Vilhiss, Johnson. Sample, Hirsch, Hurlhertg Row Two: Coach Stevens, Bowers, Drewes, Brogan, Cale, Vogt, manager Nerf. At the left John Brogan and Vxfright Holfman, one of the doubles conihinaf tions, poses for a picture. On the opposite page at the upper right, Barclay Cale anel Stanley Bowers practice. Below at the right Lawrence Drewes pre' A 4 , E 5 is , fl 1 xx X .-f 1 5 I 5 B qqbb c f :iff "" 1 ---"'v f -'-'1- 1 ' " ' "X"V "-'-'--" f U ""' 1 iTii."iff5ii ff: will .. ,.V, ,---V1 - , V 5 Aww , ,,,, ..... --- f , if X I, M ,,,, .L ,,, ,,,, ,,,,, , ,V , pares to receive the hall. These sophomores! Barclay, Stan, and Larry, in addition to other promf ising courtmen Frank De Vilhiss, John Cullinan, and Dan Lidle-under coach Stevens' instruction, will form the nucleus of a strong team in '54 and '55, V.-XRSITY TENNIS U.D. Opp. Cheltenham ..... .... 1 3 Yeadon .......... .... 2 3 Haverford ....... ..,. 2 3 Lower Merion ...... .... O 5 N orristown ..... ,... O 5 Lansdowne .... .... O 5 Abington .... .... O 5 Radnor ..... .... O 5 77 ww fwwm 4. Afwmmmmwmnnmw www mir Coaeh Harold Thompson molded a formidable 1953 traek team. worthy to stand next to any whieh Upper Darby has yet produeed. Beginning the season with xi top perform' anee. UD seored a smashing vietory over Valley Forge Military Academy in a praetiee meet, Using this vietory as .i "junipfoiT." the team gathered momentum as the season progressed. At the upper left on the opposite page. Vxfilliam Mieder. Robert Reynolds. and Frank Altimore strain to break the tape in the Purple and Gold meet. Below them. Gerald Nunn puts the shot while his teammates stand by. Albert Gentile masters a hurdle. and Charles Heyerly sueeessfully elears the erossfbar. Below team members pietured areeRow Cne: Spina. Harner. Vkhilker. Thomas. Gentile, Vxfeayer. Pentimall, Reynolds. Ellison. Ballora: Row Two: Padula. Mahoney. Rossi. DiDonato. MeCall. Altimore, Mieder. Heverly, Park, Terres: Row Three: Nunn. sl. Gilbert. Cooke. Tate, Thrasher. Crane. Grandizio. Fisher. Jost, Moon, Henng Row Four: Paradine. Stewart. Mengason, D. jackson, Vfoodward. MeFlwee. Maneo. D. Campana. C. Campana, Perkins: Row Fiye: XYinner. Munroe. R. Gilbert. Broadbent, Dempsey. Gladeek. MeMann. XV. Jackson, Dodson, Voegler, eeaeh Loeb. . Soft Shoe Upper Darby 47 lf Lower Merion Relay Upper Darby 71 Deleo Meet Upper Darby 66 Suburban Meet Upper Darby 25 Upper Darby 46 U6 Distriet Meet TRACK 2 Haverford 66 West Chester 29 1X2 s Seeond Plaee in Pole Vault Norristown 66 Fourth Plaee Lower Merion 54 Seventh Plaee Chester 92 Central 70 1X6 Eighth Plaee 1" V. . J llzz x A ty f I , , . , 6 Q X ii- Q i ' ' f . :'i' 1 Q JL f . ' no fm. y jf' 'ang S 1 . w w , M W M . p .,,. .5 we 3 ,f av an A 14,1151 1 V any mpg we W, 'Ui ,,- M lf? 'P amz, aes , two .fx L-Mies 1-'m...-w 1 f wi af-1 fwffr. isa iii, .....-Q.:-,.. M fi 1 .4 .A e W an uri- 3 1: - - jj, 4 W0 Q, 5 dzl Vslyxyqvs J as A i A V . 4 ww v in ,eu mag "' i 'me i , twaxnxvwf ti i i 4 'iff' fr rm .M Fr - ., 'tr ,MQ . 0 Wy., M efqv-L X x - N ' ' KJV im' P - R 2 A 1 . f 1 I Q X . D . 4 w..d a , , e L X . ' X , - I i B as f i N-5--H .inf , Q W H see... . 3 ,,-M... 1' - N A' Q "'2""f-,Q A X i !?1 'Rc t -,gg N - asa, . X ., , . Qs- .. 3.2 ss sw N .i V il ' Nb if 'JL l lfil Hc's out! Safe .ut home! Strikc ond! WCFC fllmilill' CXCl.ll11.lflOl1S which tcnsc spectators shouted in joy and disgust as Uppcr Darby once again demon' stratcd power and strength on the dl?lI11ODCl. Hampcrcd by rainy iwcather, head coach, Carson Thompson, moldcd a formidable team from veterans and a host of newcomers. Returning letter winners Richard Beers. Richard Heisler, Walter Kortze, David Lichtenfeld, and Fred MacDonald, experif cnccd junior varsity and varsity players John Ackerf man, Joseph Elliott, Edmond Murphy, Thomas Stetson. Fred Stiff, john Townsend, Richard Woodall, and Richard Williams, and outstanding sophomores Richard Harding and Craig Kauffman formed the nucleus of 53's onslaught. The team members pictured below are-Row Qne: MacDonald, Murphy, Stetson, Harding, captain Heisler, Lichtenfeld, Campanaro, Reynolds, Row Two: Richardson, Williams, Ackerman, Iobson, Meo, Elliott, Kauffman, Meyer, Villiger, Duranteg Row Three: manager Jones, Clark, Townsend, Heverly, Bennyhoff, Stiff, Beers, Kortze, Ott, Knodt, Lucas, Brown, Woodall, Bershstein, manager Lublsing, coach Thompson. x Vu fbpfl r T " is W3 fslf31aggq,hMe Out to the Ball Came . f v my ll Wi' hyat xi th fmyy New Wi fall Milf by if if 9 all of f l X? ...,. ilfjftai ,w.f .,. Ly ,, acl I ,li f. 1 f' i , 1 X X 6 fs gif 'W 1 X H . 11.- VARSITY BASEBALL N UD. Opp. Haverford .... O 5 Abington 9 4 Norristnwu .... Q 7 Chester ....... 2 1 Cheltenham .... .... 1 U 7 Haverford ..... .1 7 Abington ....... 4 Lowcr Merirwru ..,. 0 W Lowcr Ivleriou .... .. U 17 C X 4 . I X I f D4Cf'vp U'JV'2f' ' ' in ' " . 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The team members pictured above are- Row Une: Savastio, Kennedy, Solomon, Martin, D. Meyer, Bresling Row Two: Pasquarella, Hopper, Wilkins, Stautfcn, Lawson, Kain, Luke, Ransomeg Row Three: Wilson, Greene, 'Windle, Justice, Campbell. Mawson, Myers, coach Rhile. JUNIOR V.ARSITY BASEBALL UD. Opp. Lansdowne ,, 6 3 Norristown 10 6 Cheltenham ,, 5 3 Lansdowne ,,,, 10 9 Haverford ..... ,,,, 1 1 2 Abington ........... H 5 9 Lower Merion .... H 9 10 Lower Ivfcrion U 0 4 Every year Upper Darby pauses to reflect upon its outstanding athletic teams. This year the Oak records these pauses pietorially. At the right is the swimming team which hrought honor to UD when it captured second place in the PTAA meet. The girls arc loan McKenzie. Carol Shaw, Virginia Burkholcler, hlill Grazcr, and Jackie Rohlains. Carol excelled in the titty yard freestyle. Jackie in the iifty yard hreast stroke, and .lill in the iifty yard laackstroke. At the lower left. the coach of Upper Darlay's powerful football team presents thc honor' ary cofeaptains Charles l-lever-lv and Rolaert Reynolds, with trophies. The trophies were well deserved since these laoys provided the spark that gave UD an undefeated season :Xt the lower right. Patricia Caterson and planet Roderick examine a target. The girls, cofcaptains ot the championship ritle team, won iirst and second places respectively in the Southeastern District Pennsylvania meet, Upper Darhy also rememhers its intramural teams -soccer. laaslietlaall. volleylaall. and softball. These teams contrihuted greatly to the enjoyment ot leisure high school lite and the development of the parf tieipating student, S xsgotx 1 83 "After Hours After everyone else has gone They stay on working . . . " ervice organizations and clubs round out the extracurricular life of Upper Darby students. The Student Council, the Hi-Y's, and the service clubs keep their member! busy aiding school administrator! and helping with school functional. Ushering' at comriceirtg, at sports banquets, or setting up prog jlectors for classroom movies are only a few of the infinite tasks carried out quickly and eliciently by these groups. Service, however, is not the only facet of the extrai curricular program . . . pleasure also plays 'a big part. The German club, I-Iippocrates, F. T. A., and Na- tional Thespians meet monthly to discuss topic? of special interest and plan for future meetings, Whether service club or pleasure club, each organization fills a niche in the life of a student. Serving . , . helping . . 4 . . . Realizing the enjoyment . . . . . That comes from working Z" -es. 1 1 A 1 1 l N i 1 1 I. S'f3fi'if -if ic, . rf! xl? 1,4 f- . ,.4 ga-Z' i3:3Q,Jb..1451vg,E'Vf?iF5:c-3!:?', 'Mg J - v-.rw nr , ,f --g'-,,.-1'-,r-.- g , 5 5f2rfJh?gi??f-wifygqa -vii-Eqgqgijgx, 1 Lf.: -5-. 3. 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S kxxx k igfixl t' X i 555 jf xnxx . ., Ygjxi liis-S f Y l W. i X f . f - -- - :ss-f c, -rig wtf! ffl Q +-V--.5 - ---- --i rw f f b STUDENT CoUNC1L Chiinnclctl through thc Student Council, thc 'ivoicc of thc littlc main" spokc out. Hzirtlworking cornmittccnicn :incl chaiirmcn convcrtctl suggcstions to workzihlc rcxilitics. Providing rctrcshincnts at footlmll gaimcs, sponsoring ziftcrfgginic clginccs during thc lmiskctlmll sciison, .intl arousing school patriotism through pcp rxillics and thc salc of UD hook covcrs, hats, and pcnnzints .ilso occupictl thc tinic of council mcnihcrs. In the fall, councilnicn collcctccl clothing in a succcssful tlrivc to hclp thc ncccly git honic xintl gnhrond. Thrcc tinics during thc ycar, tlclcgzitcs, choscn hccgiusc of thcir scrvicc :incl honor, rcprcscntccl UD git thc Philfitlclphigi Suhurhzin Council Association rncctings. From thcsc confcrcnccs, Uppcr Dairhy lcairncd how to hcttcr stuclcntf faculty rclzitionships :intl thc quailitics constituting thc itlcal council. Oiiiccrs Richiirtl Hirsch. prcsitlcntg Norig Ellison and Rohcrt Aclclizzi, viccfprcsiclcntsg Ann Ll.inc R1 vwcll, sccrctnryg Arthur McC:lll, trc.isurcrg .incl John Schunmclicr, SC1'QC.l1lf'.lf'llI'1HS, workccl with Mrs. Eclngi Dginchowcr, Miss E, Lucillc Nolwlc, 1-ind Mr. Ralph Anclcrscn, atlviscrs. At thc. top is thc full council including first and scconcl scmcstcr mcrnhcrs. On the oppositc page at thc top, Richard Hirsch leads n discussion. Bclow, at thc right, is thc cxccutivc committee in session. .- ,N 9 'Q' s 2 ? 31' T BW! 5 T rc., S XJ .mms QHRLSW HifY Cli.ii'.ictcr, scrvicc. .intl scholiirship, conscientiously upheld hy mich incmhcr, .irc thc st.intl.irtls of thc Girls' HifY. The Upper Darhy clmiptcr, untlcr thc clircction of Miss Edith Gaukroclgcr, has completed its twcntyfsixth ycrir of scrvicc to the school iintl community. Whethcr on tluty .it thc infornmtion tlcsk or in the high school oflicc, ushering .it conccrts or .assisting .it M.iy' D.iy, the HifY Girls' question is .ilwxiys .1 chccry, "Mi.1y' l hclp you?" Thc girls :ilso untlcrtook projects for clit- Childrens' I'lc.irt Hospital hcsitlcs aiding unclcrprivilctlgctl furnilics .intl collccting Lll7I1.lflO1l5 for clmritiihlc org.iniz.irions. Thc cntirc orgginization is pictured .ilwovq The lowcr lcft picturc was t.ikcn during thc junior inithition tc.i. Thc picturc .it lowcr right shows oliiiccrs Nancy Angulo, prcsitlcnt: Nom Dziltly, viccfprcsitlcnt Qnot shownlg Dorothy Thompson. sccrct.iry: .intl Tinc Tilton. trczisf urcr, with Miss G.1ulirotlgQr. 3. ll loin' lic'-fly . . . Boys' H1fY Because of their interest and enthusiasm, members of the Boys' HifY successfully executed the tasks assigned them. Like the girls, the boys served both the school and community, ushering at football games, the Loyal Royal Boosters' sports banquets, and the All School Show, Members also helped the Red Cross in setting up equipment for the local blood bank. On the eve of the Thanksgiving Day football game, UD's HifY held a joint meeting with Haverford's club in an attempt to promote good sportsmanship on the gridiron. In March, nthe wearing of the green" formed the theme for the "Shamrock Serenade," HifY's contribution to Upper Danbyls social calendar. Paul Ballora, presidentg Norig Ellison, vicefpresidentg Robert Adelizzi, secretaryg Robert Henn, treasurerg and Mr. Carson Thompf son, adviser, are pictured above with the club. Below are scenes from weekly meetings. 89 wx. si ,t if 3 ,t FIRST AID AND SOCIAL SERVICE Wiwrking in the infirmary or making scrapbooks and tray favors for patients at the Delaware County Hospital demonstrated the willingness of the First Aid and Social Service Club members to serve both the school and the community. Their other activities included interesting field trips to nearby hospitals and dairy farms and a tea with Haverford's club at Christmas time. Shirley Bauers, president, worked with Mrs. Mae Pusey, school nurse and club adviser, The club members are pictured above. 'x ss if E tkr, 011160116 . . f R '-fffffin'--'ffgilff' l I .. sw. . ., , . f ,N :M ir f J 'X X a t. s ' ,s saws , Q N X as LIBRARY Service, persistence, diligence, and efliciency character' ized the UDHS Library Club members. Stamping, checkf ing, renewing, and shelving books gave club members valf uable experience for future library work. Play, however, supplanted work when club members laid aside their books to plan picnics, parties, and Wiener roasts. Under the direction of Barbara Hinkle, president, and Miss Ruth Bassett, adviser, the club completed another busy year with its annual Mother and Daughter tea. The Library Club members are pictured below. "'- rx. .....x.,...,. J I N46 f X 1 M Yam QM NW WW W f. 5 Z.. Z , f . .W ,. .Z ,K x 4 nh f if si! ww .f.,.g 'fe 4 Lisaoisas' GROUP "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure" explains the purpose of the Leaders' Group. The 126 members. although not serving as monitors, exert influence on their fellow students through good example and tactful speech. A eommittee consisting of the class advisers, stuf dent leaders. and Mr. Ralph Andersen select candidates for group membership. A trip to the United Nations to view leadership on an international level was the out' standing event of the year. Senior members of the Leaders' Group are pictured above with Mr. Andersen. VISUAL AIDS A A ..., , W 1 f y X I X - .,..- . V The hum of the reel and the clickfclack of film accomf panied the Visual Aids club members as they carried out their tasks quickly and efficiently. In addition to time given during school hours, the club also served the Lions Club and Parent Teachers Associations. Adviser, Mr. Vaughn Smith and oliicers David Fell and Alan Lautz helped members train newcomers to operate and care for movie and slide projector equipment, Below at the left are Frank Poynter. David Fell. and Alan Lautz. At the right is the entire club. NATIONAL THESPIANS Cuts from The Glass Menagerie, Ioan of Lorraine, and Member of the Wedding, given at monthly meetings, com' prised a part of the National Thespian Troupe's activities. At a meeting of UD's Mother's Group Troupe 1000 also presented Good Will 'Toward Nfen and one act from What Every Woman Knows. faclq and the Beanstalk, presented in December for the enjoyment of Upper Darby's elementary school students, proved to be the highlight ef the year. The success of all productions depended not only on the quality of the actinxg but also on the stage crew, which worked untiringly to complete scenery and stage technicalities. The makefup and costume committees, too, contributed their share. Suzanne Loux piloted the society formed for aspiring actors and actresses and those interested in working behind the scenes. Other oHicers who contributed their time and leadership ability included Madeline Alexander, vicefpresif dentg Suzanne Aberle, secretaryg Tanya Lineberry and Virginia Vincent, treasurersg Sally Lyon, clerkg and Robert Kennedy, sergeantfatfarms. Miss Freida Reed and Miss Maizie Weil were the able advisers. Grouped at the top is the entire troupe. Pictured at the lower left is the crew hard at work and at the lower right is a scene from the children's play. ,Aww Z ff f-- , ff 1 -i W4xumuz l - ...., ,.--...- -..-...-- - .--. -- -- fr Q,-A, ZLtg..ej..j!g 1. .X .. .. -. J- fu? , . Y ' V 4 1 ,Q 3, ,ff Q, 1 asf ff? M Z? TAY WisT.aLx'.aN Tay NVistalvan stimulated interest in classic literary works and current plays. Short stories formed the nucleus of several monthly discussions followed by a theater trip to see "Time Cut For Cingerl' and a Christmas party at the home of Barbara Daebeler. Miss Frances Weimer, adviser, and Dorothy Thompson. president. are pictured above with club members. Biaaux ARTS "VN7ho is the artist of the week7u became a popular qucs' tion as the Beaux Arts Club inaugurated the "Artist of the Vvfeeku contest. The club eontributed to the Yuletide decora' tions, interpreted the Firebird Suite, visited the Philadelphia Art Museum. Miss Elizabeth Kingsley, adviser, assisted Margaret Chadwick, president, To the left, below. are Beaux Arts Club members. MUSICAL MASTERPIECE Compositions of Beethoven, Haydn. Liszt, and lxlozart. inspired members of the Musical Masterpiece Society. Broad' way Musicales and seasonal recordings provided pleasure for the club membership. the largest ever. Headed by Richard Schcnklc. the members profited from the advice of Mr. Charles Oswald. Below at the right are the club members. J Al., , , ' X, "2 Lywbefg x .-. ,D N 4 , M , Wmwfv f 2 R z Q Z flax . 1 ' I i 'fm jj, 'M' Q .A Qkxk, t A A J.,-,J 4 ., .. Z, c,.,. - 'Z I ' f 4 ,W f , fn W 1 'W ff -55.5251-: Qi' 1' :M ,J '4 pgs ' ivy Sf ,fx,, .ff 4- Q '3 . 1 0 ff' f LE CERCLE FRANCAIS ' Plays, songs, games, and movies created a French atmosphere at the monthly meetings of Le Cercle Francais. Miss Charlotte Chrisman provided the treat of the year when she showed the pictures which she had taken on her recent trip to France. Competent officers, Linda Dantzer, Jean Failing, Yvonne Rodin, and lvliranda Rodin led the club in another eventful year. The entire club is pictured above. GERMAN CLUB ET .strekt dich in den Sack, "He Puts You in the Bag," a Chirstmas play, helped to familiarize German Club members with the German language and customs. Unlike most UD organizations, Der Deutsche Klub held its monthly homes of club members. Under oflieers Albert Messel, Yvonne Sease. and Miss Agnes Grunberg, culminated its tvventyfiifth year picnic and dinner. Below to the officers. 94 meetings at the the direction of Rodin, Virginia adviser, the club with the annual left are the club LATIN Ciheers Joyce Mitchell, Ivlary Lou Trout, Dorothy Thompson. Barhara Daelneler. and adviser, Miss E. Lucille Nohle led eluh activities. A Christmas party topped the years events, An early spring trip to Fels Planetarium helped members laetter to underf stand Roman mythology. At the April meeting, the eluh pienieked. and in lvlay listened while Dr, Ivlary C. Miller reeonstrueted her recent trip to Greeee. In junior honors assemhly the club awarded .1 prize to the superior third year Latin student. PAN FXMERICAN Plays, movies. and spirited diseussions. stimulated eluh interest in eountries "South of the Border. down Mexico V015 '.,. l' A drive for Spanish crippled ehildren and a poster eontest varied the list of eluh activities. The sueeess of Ltr Sociedad Ptmf timerietinti was attributed to the hard work of Lynne Church. president. Mr. Clugston, adviser, and the other otheers. :Xt the elose of the year the eluh awarded its annual prize to the outstanding student of Spanish. Below is the entire Spanish Club. , it . fl,-g,-,f Nl ix., gp: .JS-16-37422-' 1 f ,W ,Q ' X 2,0 .24 I M1 K 241-ff 5t.evl- ff if-o"""-f"' ftffe-1-Q 4, ,f fwfwlwfv ' but . S . QV., K, m yew 54, ' Vt as ' A X ..j E, S . , is-X , ei F - 111.81 M F3 , yrs, . 'AX psi? fx. - A f S 5 Qi NW wfggmofvssmbwe 'wiv WWI i X gs 'tm sw s AuR1ctuLTiiR1i Observing and learning, Agriculture Club members visited the Pennsylvania Farm Show in Harrisburg and the "Little International," a livestock show held by the Departf ment of Animal Husbandry at Pennsylvania State College. The club also made a trip to the Supplee Dairies where they witnessed the processing of milk. One of their last activities of the year was the assemblage of work kits which they used in making various soil tests. Oflicers Norman Bates, Harry Price, Charles Cearhart, and adviser, Chelsy Remley, worked together to plan the club's '52753 activities. Above, to the right, Mr. Remley points out a part of machinery to club members. At the left, Donald Thomas and Alfred Cavallo display their stock at the Livestock Show. AsTRoPHYCHEM Whitefcapped nurses briskly and efficiently carrying out their duties impressed Astrophychem Club members as they witnessed an appendectomy at the University of Pennsylf vania Hospital. Cn field trips the club toured WCAU's broadcasting station, the Ford Plant, Franklin Institute, and the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing, Movies, lectures, and a visit to UD's chemistry laboratory where club members made soap and perfume Hlled the agenda for monthly meetings. Scavenger hunts, hikes, and picnics rounded out the year socially. The girls gave credit for their eventful year to officers Mar-Ieanne Collins, Joan Pelly, Barbara Schaeffer, Sandra Chew, and adviser, Dr. lvon Culver. Grouped below is the Astropihychem Club. Q- 'QW mg, J' wh ,wma A,...4--1. ,arvfvn s Vnfratwr V J """ -w M ,A . - vw-.wwsv f 9- I X N7lf""""h-'-32 f f y X WM 4 x , cfwvvm ,:s,,5.g. ,.:., as- ' ., y f I W 52' iclflkf X5 , UL' . , .ZMQFWJ My My 7 - . 'S' V, W i g V J67! 'fidwvfb -f'7 cZffuM moo i C i fp 'A yy 4 Mr . I C ch Luc J f if Nsf rl f 311.15 flee M Moc f' X ,. , ff f, ,Lgifmittasfr t.'eaf'VXgi . ,f LEELrxyENHoEi4 i i gee.. i ieifwef V Cow. i . Dedicated to helping ,irlfffii a aniiigi tlienidlugnlxgfffifa Field trips to lvlorris Arboretum. Lanltenau Cancer careers. the Hippocrates Cluf Aned activities mCUOI'LYl XResea,rcfhfHospital. and Temple Metlicail School highlighted In rhgigg furufg Uufggg, A group of girls spent a valuciylffc -jctrzities of the Lecuwenhoelt Club. Dr. Leland Brown. a Weekend at Presbyterian Hospital. where they bece me pathologist. and Mr. Floyd Nell. club adviser. spoke to the familiar with the nurse's routine. Guest speakers and field trips also painted vivid pictures of hospital life. At Christmas time. club members cheered Delaware County Hospital patients with Christmas stockings. Miss Emma Sommerrield advised oiicers Louise NVilliams. Barbara Burroughs. Ann lane Rowell. and Constance Liuzzi. Pictured above are Hippocrates Club members .ind ollicers with a display of items of their major interest in the foreground. 0 membersfthe former on the composition of blood. the latter on oil immersion and polaroid microscopes. The club helped UD's science department by repairing microscopes and pref paring slides for biology classes, Oflicers for the 195253 term included Ethan Kline. blames Burke, and Diane Henry. ln lvlay. Leeuwenhoek members ended an entertaining and informative year with a picnic at which they elected the officers for the following year. Pictured below are the memf bers of the Lecuwenhoek Club. ,Nga W E2 5 -2' ' ff A , , l-., M . .C . i ,fi E 1 Ml" 1 nic c 5 3 at ax iw I f- 1 :NWT A 'NB ' ' :SN C ss s is: f, s N 'tl wk . -S Q SL Q i 1 l it if", 5 L it I' 1 E. , Aft er' ix sSfQ it 2 .t ,i ltis a Big Wide . . . ep., STEINMETZ Equipping their own room with a broadcasting station was the main project of the Steinmetz Society. For the first time administrators allocated a special room to them, which is located adjacent the rifle range. Steinmetz joined with Astrophychem in Halloweien and Christmas parties adding a social note to their list of activities, Under the capahlc direction of Dr. lvon Culver, adviser, Joseph Burton led the clula with assistants Rohert Brown and Frank Poynter. Steinmetz Society memlaers direct their attention to Joseph Burton, president, in the picture aliove. IDISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION Tours, trips, demonstrations, and addresses hy guest speakers iilled the agenda of the Distrihutivc Education Cluh, Outstanding memlaers attended a convention in Pittshurgh and, later on, the entire eluh visited Macyls Department store in New York City. Run concurrently with the Distrihutive Edu' cation course, the cluh supports the idea of an on' thefjola training program. The enthusiastic and hard' working oilicers were Ed Vxfdglield, -loan Hazzard, and Barhara Young. The entire cluh is pictured helow: alaovc are the ffual-Exits on one of their tours. 9 B WiaRLD AFFAIRS FoRUM Global "trouble spots" were the topics for tlisf cussion at the biweekly meetings of the Worltl Alfairs Forum. Through these talks. members better understood the economic and political problems of Russia, Iran. Korea, and Africa. A mock presif dential election held in the fall and a debate given in assembly were a part of WAF's project to increase the students interest in current events. The outstanding event of the year was the participaf tion of club members on the .lunior Town Meeting of the Air. Terry Halpern, president. worked under the guidance of Mr. Paul Corley. faculty adviser, At the upper right Terry points out a spot of interest to other officers Charles Tarkanian. ,lohn Brogan. Donald Bershtein. and Barbara Flynn. Pictured below the oilicers is the entire group. l:L'TL'RE TE.xeHERs or LAXMERIFA lvlembers of the Future Teachers ot America Club succeeded in learning the characteristics of a good teacher through skits. movies. speeches. and visits to other schools. First semester cadet teachers discussed with club members the problems of teaching. and guest spealters Mrs. Edna Danehower and Mrs. Marie Padula also provided the members with lirstf hand information. A vocational guidance tour of four of the elementary schools in the Upper Darby district. where the club observed teaching tech' niques. climaxed the years events. Elizabeth Mauser, president. cooperated with Mrs. Helen Abrams. adviser. Future Teachers of America Club members pose below. fi-. 5 ac.,,kx. , hs- - tg 5 Z Q xx xxx X S X- A-on -Q Q NW. ,,... NQQQ iff . ,if mi 2 S X x, X W L t 2 b x K RIFLE Tom Clifford, Pat Caterson, Sue Ivlasterman, and John Craft directed the activities of the Rifle Club, furthering good sportsmanship, and. at the same time, producing expert marksmen. In the twenty' sixth year of active club membership, Upper Darby continued its role in the National Rifle Association. Organized originally for enjoyment and the developf ment of an exacting skill, the club believes that constant practice is the key to success. The entire club is pictured above. CHESS Lower lvlcrion, Norristown, and Upper Darby junior High School formed the Chess Club's l952f 53 list of opponents. Menibers praised consistent winners Gerald Smith, Richard Harbeck, and Norman Santora. Under the direction of Miss Agnes Grunberg, officers Norman Santora. Stephen Sand. Richard Harbeck, and Robert Lawson planned matches between club members as a source of enter' tainment and a test of patience and ability to conf centrate. To the left members are ponfdering a move, GIRLS, BowL1No Doubting their opponents' superiority. the Girls' Bowling Club challenged Notre Dame, Lansdowne. and Haverford High Schools to actionfpacked games. glowing with intense interest and peerless skill. The Boys' Bowling team. however. refuted the girls' claim to top honors by overcoming them in an evenlyfmatehed contest. Ivlargaret Chadwick, president, and Miss Ruth Breese. adviser. planned the year's activities. Above right are officers Dona Wallace, Violet O'Neill. Peggy Chadwick. and .Ioan LeBrocq. Below the officers is the entire group. Bors' BowLiNo Knocking down "those elusive ten pins" provided Boys' Bowling Club members with an opportunity for fun and keen competition. As a member of the Suburban High School League. this years team saw action against neighboring high schools Lower Meritwn. Springfield. Yeadon. and Haverford. Richard Uhlman. cluh president. and Mr. John Young. adviser. organized three teamsfthe Purples, the Golds. and the Royals-which represented UD in league competition. The club is pictured below at the bowling alley. Y' .FR . f S A X f fi , MM . .,, f Z , if ' A Na X V51 slat "Hits of the Future i I Hope of tomorrow The hope that will lead us on . . . " lasses, the backbone of Upper Darby High School, participate enthusiastically in activities, sports, and clubs. From the classroom to the athletic fields, cooperation and a willingness to produce the best, stand out. United, the classes repre- sent the true spirit of UDg divided, they are wonderful competitive or- ganizations, rivaling each other for top honors in scholarship and ath- .letic prowess. Led by capable officers finds its way and . sophomore, junior, senior . . . Striving for perfection . . . , . . . Trying to excel . . . , . , . Each class rises '-F' , ' H' 7.1, ul' 01.4 fx DFI Q. ,ww sw Very Good Advice . Miss Charlotte Chrisman and Mr. Fred Loeb, sophomore class advisers, Worked hard and long to plan assembly programs, supervise class activities, and untangle the roster and personality problems of their students. Time and again one heard the heart' ening remark, "Yes, I'll be here this afternoon. Iill be glad to talk that matter over with you." As a result, adjustment to high school life became much easier for thc sophomores. Wiorkiiig in close cooperation with their advisers oiiicers Richard Harding, presidentg Barclay Cale, vicefprcsidentg Donald Mawson, treasurer, and Judith Wells, secretary, also displayed their talent and capability in other phascs of school life. Dick demonstrated his athletic skill on the varsity basket' ball team. Displaying a keen sense of humor, Barclay acted as one of the masters of ceremonies in the All School Show, while Don had the distinction of being the only sophomore to score a touchdown in the '52 football season. Judy contributed interest and enthusiasm to the cheerleading squad and the National Thespian Troupe. i f ,Mn w 'MW N . ,X x X ex ' F ex Q X'Qg xi 2 X f 2 lfteltiug I0 lifijimix Kliill! The 'Si Executive Committee, the governing body of the suphumiire class. planned all the activif ties in which the class. as a unit. tuuk part. These activities included weekly :issemhly prugrains. the sophumore party. and the formal dance, the Cure' natiun Cutillifin. Class president Richard Harding presided river the weekly meetings with help of the other class ulhcers. Assisting the uihcers were repref sentatives frum the humerufims. The lwiggest item on the sophumfire calendar was the dance in May at which the May' Queen and her cuurt were guests nf hunur, Next Ur the dance. the nfiminating uf suphw more girls as candidates fur the All Sghuiil Show Queen presented a pruhlem as well as a challenge. This year the girls chusen were Lurna Ringler, a dancer. and Chris Fiuri. a singer. Experiencing their first year 'lin the hillf' the executive memhers particularly enjuyed their first real chance fur class guvernment. The advisers fur this group were Miss Christman and Mr,Lneh. if Younger Than pringtilne . . . 6 M '-,- On this .md thc following three pqtgcs are the pmturcs ff Q stipnfimors nfnusrf-fms. The hotncrofm is an impttrttnt trt tt th: fcntl ity but th: C1.i55I'JQHl. tio. must nt 5: I trgfttten. Arriva .rt the left. tenth grade ctfmrnercirl stulcnts Ir.-:cad with :lass work. At the right. Ii ccllegs prcp.1r.tt'ry .lkx nf-. .D :,:,,1,V,X. ... Ut C- ',.Ct . L., , , I-Iomeroorn 28 Blr. Packer Fzrst Roux B:vi1g1:q'u.1. Gallagher. fxigrtin. Cullen. Cunningham 1Pr:s.5. M.x:Kr1ight QEXQJJ. Kuhn. Anjcrsin Second Razr- Sarnucfitm. Grant. BI. Ctamp'9:.' Otklcjc. Pczmxk. Biwgrs. XY,tgnsr. fxfr. Pgskcr T31:v':l Rona: KIQNACR. Strqrlizus, XYS--ii Hguss mm. Millar. Kiurnpp. M:K:ss1:k. Estes Fom':7: Rant: Ruckcr. Elkf. Aanncjt. Hi-lititxxu' B. Cm-axciz. Pwvcli. S miner. Yazmzyf Homer-oom 53 Nlr. Yvike Fm: R .,r' zu: Grccnc. P-1115. ,-Xnjcrsgtn. Miillctr lPr:sl, Str 5:1 QEXQQJ. Guskill. Hanna. Altir Sag .." mi R ..'t to: Cunningntttn. Cannavc. Xxvnrfiii Kzmpp. M.tl.+.t:fttt. Sttnncr. hir. YX'ike TE:-fd R t." Lu: Pfdu. Dclici. O'Kccfc. Cuff 1 INIQ. 11. H ltncs F t.rt wtf: Rtzoz Kutz. Est 1 Ruskin. Sf:11::r. RI1121' A A ICQ xu - 1 . X Homeroom 55 Mr. C. Thompson First Row: Raimondo. Spieller, Ccnserncr, Hopf per fPres.j, Olson CEXQQJ, Vkfaldron, Wgrtsoia, Dagdigian Second Row: DeMainc. Mattie. Carson, Breslin. Fcddern, Saha, Bird, Mr. C. Thompson Third Row: Swala, Criilis, Hcrtlcr, Landon, Mallis, Adams. Vankriekcn Fourth Row: Ptlicgcr. Estrada, Catcrson, Brid' gens. Mikula, Minassian, Scarlc Homeroom 61 Miss Schumann First Row: Vw7atson. Kuntz. Artin, Adams QPres.l, Schmidt flfxccj. Carter. Manley. Fcddcrn Second Row: Fckay, Ploctz. Hcss. Millis. Di' Angelo. Gerckc, Miss Sclxumann Third Row: Mawson. Cstcrlioltz. Swarm, Block. Lavcry. Ettingcr. Stalker. Salter Foitrtlr Row: Dcnipscy. Htwugk. G1-iggg, WQIZ, Broadlacnt. Ranicri. Brownfcld Homeroom 62 Miss Breese First Row: Claarlino. Borio. DcCc3rgc, Girard tPrcs.l. Powers QEXQQJ. lcifcott, Loidas, Starkey Second Row: Hrnncburg. Fckclman. Marcantuno. Talamini. Baclain. Scott. Miss Brcesc Tliird Rott: Denglcr. McAllister. Sandone. Moore. Casciato. Ivarson, Lawson. Ada Fourth Roto: Monahan. Penrod. Ransone. Grymas. Evans, Brooks. Vdhitby' Homeroom 124 Mr. McDonnell First Rott: Ada. Dal.-ling. Femia. Savastio fPrcs.l. Seeburger ffxagl. Taylor. Murr. Loggi Second Rott: Marple. Cracey, Vxfeis. Cataldo. Haber. Hftzelbargcr, Runrncl. Mr. MQD-Qinricll Tliird Row: Baker. Vwfilkins, Vfecks. Boyd. Law' sf-nr Raagoso, DaVillvise Fourth Rott: Parham. Vlitll-iECvI'1. McClurc. Brown. Morawski. Ewing Homeroom 152 Mr. King First Rott: Masters. Newcomer, Lcinlaauscr. Shaw fPre5.j. DelRossi flfxeqj. Wells. Grazcr Second Row: Mr. King. Bozzi, Cavs, Bardslcy. Wilsiiin. Famous. Ferguson Third Row: Schracder, Munro, LeGrar1d, H:-rift. Parker. Holmes. Taylor Fourth Row: hlobson, McConnell, Stein, Asteris, Reynolds, DiC-uilio. Clark IO7 Homeroom 154 MF- B9fU3l'din0 First Row: Holt, XYcsterinan, Barnes, Wiiiille QPrcs.5, Pasquarclla, Tcrrcll fExec.H, Ferro, Green' wood Second Row: Mr. Bernardino, Dimptcr, Chad' wick, Brassington, Detwilcr. Mathews, Sherry, Hagopian Third Row: H. Rhoda, E. Rhoda, Schwartz, Dickinson, Lenhart, Jones, Mitchell Fourth Row: Mclilwee, Clarke, Myers, Fantom, Buescher, Levenbach I-Iomeroom 206 Mr- Hamsher First Row: Vxfoloshin, Richmond, Leonard, Hard' ing fPres.j, Matsinger fExec.j, Barnes, Hornbergcr, Breiclling Second Row: Grimlcy, Chambers, Vxfhartmaby, Sherwood, Nuthall, Nichols, Thompson, Fimple Third Row: Mr. Hamshcr, Rosenheim, Rich, Conlin, Beatty, Donaldson, Stern, Scocca Fourth Row: Lcidcl, Burns, Nason, Kain, Mc' Farland, Penna, Norton Homeroom 214 Miss Gamble First Row: Stover, Mau, Shultz, Cherric fPres.H, Barney flixecj, Humphries, Fink, Keating Second Roto: Miss Camble, Kirkwood, Buscaglia, Lodge, Ringler, Fry, Letteriello, Brock Third Row: Hardwick, Beaver, Donato, Town' send, DiArenzo, Qriolo, Whetstone Fourth Row: McGary, Loos, Scott, Nauman, Freundlich, Wood Homenoom 221 Miss Chrisman First Row: Barth, McCarthy, Hunsicker, Gilbert fPres.J, Richardson fExec.j, Clancy, Robbins. Gavagent, Withzim Second Row: Miss Chrisman, Trout, Skclly. Williiimsoim, Ottcn, LeVasscur, DiFiori, Brodsky, DiRiego Third Row: Meikle, Cornely, Sigismonti, Hart. Vxfoodward, Kelly. Phillips Fourth Row: Neil, Dougherty, Luke, Surer, Bussard, Bench a U 'A Homeroom 225 Mr. Clugston First Row: Byar, Vv'olf, Dimmler, Clark Qlbrcsj, Padis Qlixccj, Bell, Fiori. Corwin Second Roux Mr. Clugston. Broughton, Hutchf ins. McClaren. Ncspoli, Simmons. Liberatorc. Turpin Third Row: Brubaker, Pierre, Tasca, Yanni. Ronollo, Haelle, Beamer, Smith Fourth Row: Lynch, Clacken, Kelly, Hartung, Benedict, D X' ""' ' k IO8 Homeroom 229 Mr. Willianms First Row: Irvine, Fleisclicr, Bechtel, Glziclcck QPres.j, Pine flixecj, Brown, Spccrs, Root Second Row: Woocl, Drclvcllwis, Urlmn, Clem' mcnsen. Hake, Loewen, Pzilmer, Mr. Willizinis. Tlizrd Row: Crawford, McLaughlin, Tuclino, McClcnaghan, Newman, Harley Fourth Row: Taylor, Nlengzison, Durkin, Rolwinf son, Benson, Yowell, Byers Homeroom 230 Mr. Loeper First Row: Ford. Merkiiis. XYriglcy, Zimmerm.in f Prcs.l, Cale QEXcc.j. Droneliurg, Pistorio, Dykf house Second Row: hlaclison, xloncs. Bernmn. Vito, Hiinkiiu. McCoy. Starkey. IN4rs. Hclfricli Tlimi Row: Coffey, P.irncs. Ruclcly. Loguc. Glauser. Cross. Newmillcr Pourtli Row: Burcivv. Bcclmc. M.iclclirck. Hentf schcl. Kershner. Tcrrey Homeroom 252 Mr. Lower First Row: Frampton. Piirrott. ELlXVIlI'LlS. Miinco lfxccj. Toll fPres.l. lvlerrikcn. Vitullo, Bcllriirs Second Row: McCrezi. Long. Zivicllo, Pitcher, Cimprina. Yqincsssi. Coffin, Mr. Lower Third Row: Rust. I-hrcliclc. Kerr, Snyder, Hicks, Stcinmetz. Durney. Butler Fomtli Row: Cc-qlisi. Rogers. Bertolett, Alwlnzinf 110. Cross. King. Nickel i Homeroom 254 Mr. Strange Fmt Rozy: Caniiine. McKenn.i. Vowler. King lPrc5.j. Zampiteller flfxeqj. McBriclc. P.irsonQ Second Rory: Berger. Krfclikifm. Pmncix. Hill. Hfirlqins. Cullman. Mr. Strmgc Third Rozy: Rael. Potter. Stiiugli. Ryzin, Lux, Turner. Elliot Fourth Row: Campzinzi, Elli-. M.irl4ffircl. Mesxigr' scnmiclt. Nickerfon. Gfifmlmdn Homeroom 262 Mr. Neff First Row: Salma. Vvfigncr. Cake. Meyer fPrc4.j. Berguido ffxecj, Frederick. Elliott. M.icC.iriell,i Second Row: Harrell. Zclinski. McM.iki11. Pattcr' son. Costello. Campanziro. Martin. Mr. Nell Third Row: Blemings. Klinm.in. Potter. Struck. Eiscnliutli. Penna. Gorman. Cuivcr Fourth Row: Holley, Hemphill. Vin Loan. Sol' l ifmon. Kiwmii. Ros? IO9 V 411 1 'Q 49- an Q0 raw Fw 'U 0 K NFA Q wwf "Tlx class nf '74 started nfl its cnrccr "nn tlic hill" lwy lwrcgiking .ill sgmlcs rccords in tlic m.1g.i:inc campaign, and lms bccn Llning .i lmngfup juli cvci' sinccfl said Miss Hclcn Mnwry, unc nf tlic juniors' cgipiilwlc class advisors. During tlic Ll.iy, Miss Mnwry tcuclics English .ind pulwlic spmliing, .ind during tlic cvcnings. wlicni slic is nut .ilvsnrlwul in cl.iss prniccts nr cnrrcctiiig nipcrs, rlif tliuitcr linlils Ll strong .ittixictinn fm' licr. Mr. Kclil, 7-Vs ntlicr .ulvisqn tmiclics clicmistry. Likcs c.n'c nf rlic stngkrnnin, and liiglps nut in tlic .ittumlincc milieu during sclinnl linurs .it Uppci D.n-lwy. In tlic evenings, lic instructs .it Drexel lnstif tutc. Tngqrliur, thc .idviscrs pl.inncd Asscinlilics, scrvull nn tlic guiklnncc lmn-J. intcrvicwcd paircnts, .ind lmnkllcd tlic many prwlwlcms nf tlicir "flock" Pmntli Miss Mwwry .ind Mr. Kohl were qissistul giuitly liy rlic willing .ind .ilwlc cl.iss niliccrs: .lnlin Cizilt. prcsidcntl Virginm Burklinldcr. vi-:cfprcsil Llcntg Pliyllis Bill, sccrcmryg and R1-'lmrgl Mnnn fl'C.l9LlI'Cl'. Cnr-llc Hulwcr .ictcd as class liistorian. W! M.iking .irmngcnicnts fnr .isscmlwly prngmms .in c N. y, .1 '. .inm L. nec ,vcu wick is time HO fy W' if ff 'R 'YK juiiiiir executive OfID1'T'1lECCi mcmheiw during 195253. Suhfgiwmmzttccs wars 1-tlw tiirmetl tri help 4ic:wmpliQh the sriiupl vmrk miirc Qlhgiently. The Htiwest fvfoim Btill, the iuniiirf Qiintrihutiiiii tri UD! wtidl life. will ii Nuggqxful venture .mtl fmtuirtl .m fiutumn muml. The ,lumfir ciimmittccmcn iilw plfmnetl their juiiiifrfxciiiiir rgccptiiin late in th-3 Spring. .it which tht Cl.lN4 pliiycd h+i+t tii tht- gmtlu .'1fll".g 4CNl4,iI'v. ln Fghrulry. lim tht hii iff 1ILlf4f.lllLl' ing viiqfl talent. the Qwmmittcc xtltqttd 'll'-!ll lvhckemzie .mtl Yviirmu Riitliii .i- tht IILIHIHI' wiv tcNtimt+ fair the Quran :if thc All Sth-nil Shfiw. Tht- Qiimmitttc. thif yen, .ilxii Qupcrviwtl thc Qifllcgtiiiii tit' :ide :md recruiting nf rupiirturl fur thc iuiiifir ilxues vit tht Acorn. bliihh Craft prwidetl liver the vfcclcly mugtiiigx with the givistfincc of Phyllis B.1ll, fccrtmry .mtl Richard Miiiiiu, trcmurcr, Virgmil Burklwltlcr, viccf president. ciimluctctl thoc meeting in the .ilwxcncu 'il lfvhn, Miss Helen Ivlwwry fiml Mr. Willigfim Kahl, 54'- atlvisers helped the ofhccrs .mtl Qiimmittcc tri etilvc preliirig prohlcme. pf Homerooni is :in essential part of the daily school routine, Although it requires only fifteen minutes during the day, it is very important, lt is there that students, upon entering high sehool, form their iirst new friends and do that "lust minute" studying. K, 4 U P f gr Homeroom 14 Mrs. Abrams First Row: Clark, Eaton, Szunple, Terres fPres.j, DeLuezt fEXee.j, Carroll, O'D1iy Second Row: Rodin. Norris, White, Smith, Lnnf zettzi, Alwererornhie, Borio, Coulston Third Row: Mrs. Ahrfinis. Kyle, Kaidor. Biel, Grover, Huher, Heini, Edw.1rds Foiwth Row: Priee, Wqiterhcuuse, Miles, Gurney, ost, Allen Homeroom 20 Mr. H. Thompson First Row: Pate. Matthews, Ahrtuns, Case, Rodin QPres.D. Greene, Eggers. lvlairple, Gault Second Row: Mr. H. Thompson, Angelo, Lziury, Smith, Brooks, Culhert, Hugo, Bowman 'l'hiv'd Row: Sanders, Coggins, Andrews, Oles, Delveeehio, Maezmtsoris, Fuleo Fourth Row: Hergert. Pyle, Wenverliiig, Shive, Oreutt, Minehnrt lI2 Homeroom 21 Mr, Brooke First Row: Adarns. McGrath. Law, Weed fPres.l. Wike fFxee.D, Rogers. Smith. Cavarett Second Row: Pzigiino. Segavitto. Short. Blgiek. Ewing, Greiss. Mr. Brooke Third Row: Daly. Kzirian. Kane. Heverly. Larkin. Misli. Mack. Rehmqinn Fourth Row: Brzizier. Otten. Fisher. Teuhner. Dement. Closkey. Fziyer. Cole. Geno Homeroom 24 Mr. Coffey First Row: Iulinno. XVilli.ims fPres.J. XVhite. Lever. lvloon. DeStef.ino fExee.J. D'Am.ito. Alexander Second Row: Leeher. Hill. Smith. Palmer. Centola. Haeldow. Melehiorre. Mr. Corley Third Row: Reiehelelerfer. Seh.i.il. P.ipp.1s. Bailey. Bossert. Farquhir. Breithlupt. Rose Fourth Row: Coleman. Wveinstein. Gilliert. lvlartin. Lott. Sp.1rt.1. Thompson I-Iomercoom 51 Miss Singewald First Row: Cesarini. Iwlaeos. Meo. Baker QPres.D, Brody fFXee.D. Ferro. .l.imgoehi.in. Rose Second Rozy: Lewis. Schafer. XVilli.ams. Parsons. Boxyman. Mifser. Alexiinder. Hiill. Miss Singewgild Third R r.'f zu: lx4eSh.ine. Sihler. Reynolds, Diehl. fxlasi n. P.irsn.ill. Hitzellierger Foiirrli Ron: Ferry. Vxvest. Thompson. Leather' m.in. Kauiifnim. Gioye I-Iomeroom 120 Mr. Oswald First Row: Fexylces. Smllsmirh. Anderson. Serienkel IPres.j. Ries fFxee.J. .lek-risky. D'AnQeln. Chnneller Second Rout Hsimzlri-ri. Ruth. Brady. Thrasher. Dierrieh. Brooker. Mr, Oswald Third Row: Peitehel. Vvhllirini-. Metzger. P.irt' ridge. MeG:irx'ej,'. I-Iniipes. Fourth RLllL'I Fink. Xhlielz. Legge. Speer. Gold! here. Mears. M.4.tti'ii:i1 Homeroom 123 Mr- Diehl First Row: Sterfiiiii llfxeej. Angier. Snler. Hughes lPres.j. Barnes. Snyder. Chzipmqin. Br.iul4er .Second Row: Mieliziel. Kellerman. Jennings. Timf meney. F. Vv'illi:ims. Hamm. L, NVilli1ims. Mr. Diehl Third Row: Fiehersi. Linelenmuth. Perez. Brown. Perryman. Pennei. Fink. Deere Fourth Row: Steekel. Goosenherg. Cooke, Mef Adams. Rigler. Sehrnidt, Lef-'1"r'l M""'1lW I I3 1-Iomeroom 130 Miss Reed First Row: Hughes, S.lnders, bloeylen, Fisher Qljresl, Kelly Qlfxeoj, Barrett, Brogidhent, Perrotto Second Row: Reltl, XXI1lliLl111S, Levie, Hartman, Stellini, XVilson, Perkins, deliixifft Tliird Row: Mick, Nespoli, DiNg1rdo, Mef Lnughin, Cooke, Chuhh, Linder, Angus Fourth Row: Stern, Riley, Budniek, Sehwindt, Cordon. Torrante, Hopman Homeroom 132 Miss Weil First Row: Armor, Broek, Burke, Hurlhert CPres.j, McMahon fExee.j, Caruso, M. Wilson, Stevenson, Ssissarnan Second Row: Miss Weil, Seott, Johnston, Grande, Derharn, Stoekwell, W. Wilson, Hartman Third Row: Miller, Morris, Flood, Turner, Coulter, Beale, Neston, Cotfey Fourth Row: Perry, Fissel, Kelly, Rittenour, Levy, Dodson Homeroom 133 Mr. Young First Row: Broughton, Dieken, Colglvito, Mitch' ell fPres.J, Phillips fExee.J, Arnold, Lipsett, Me' Mullin Second Row: Mr. Young, Dowling, Nimiek, Lewis, Sayers, Wray, Johnson Third Row: Covert, Flanegun, Henderson, Irwin, Forster, Winner, Rohinson, Stott Fourth Row: Butler, Grenr, Kennedy, Persing, Bennyhoft, Umherger Homeroom 164 Mrs. Reminger First Row: W. Taylor, Nlones, Aruifo fPres.l, Pye fExee.j, Xavier, Knygiti Second Row: Mrs. Reminger, Pluniridge. Fox, Monteith, Sehntz, Diehl Third Row: Hill, Collier, Bryan, Morfitt, Litle. T.l11CI1lWi1LlH1 Fourtii Row: Liuzzi, Dillard, Cole, Higgins I-Iomeroom 165 Miss Garen First Row: Constaintino, Moore, Ciunhol, Liuzzi fPres.J, Sehopf flfxeel, Trgiwka, Bunting Second Row: Miss Garen, Freeland, Bachelor, Hodges, Hipple, Killian, Aurillo, M1ieDowell Third Row: Quagliririello, Congdon, DiP.iulo, Bulkin, Quigg. Trumhower. Sehweehler, Knziirian II4 X , W . 1' ,F . X, ' ' f, . he .,f',,l X JJ 3, ,' i Dig 7, 'Lrg-V. - v- L if Li. ,tg ,e s .-wi se f wi M Homeroom 202 '.ff l'lMiss Mowry First Row: Kingsland, MacKenzie, Burkholcler fPres.J, Craft, Dixon QExee,J, Ball. lvlurphy. Constantino Second Row: Miss Ivlowry. Hoffman. Tuekwood. Drake, Flanagan, Natale. Smith, Garges Third Row: Wivlfcircl. Benson, Campanaro, Kingston, Jackson, VanHee, Lewis, Ragan Fourth Row: Grigshy, Nixon, Tate. Megee. Piceiano Homeroom 209 Miss Yerkes First Row: Devine, Cialloinharclo, Holden, Doehne QExee.j. Jochen fPres.J. Xavier, M.ilier, Voxyler Second Row: Cahoone. Barnett. Kirliy. Ray. Lloyd. Klehart. Meti Third Row: Simmons. Cuiney. Norris. Crane. Bergin. Taylor Foiirtli Row: Founds. Ross. Pilkington Homeroom 210 Mrs. Slick First Rott: Franklin. Bauer. Ivlalahy. Urie fPres.J. Remley QExee.J. Coppoek. Simpson. Pope Second Row: VN7alters. Caldwell, Hoshahjian, Kleekner. Priest. Oakes. Mrs. Slick Third Row: Shaw. Taylor. Glass. Drake. Ness, Cassel. Johansen. Mr. Appelt Foiirtli Row: Earl. Harriman. Blaekhurn. Rosenf harry. Dattle Homerooom 253 Mr. Hater First Row: Rossi. Vdikeneld. Carley. Kramer fPres.j. Christrnan fExee.J. Sjogren. Carpenter. Sheads Second Row: Johnson. Vxfarren. Ricci. Bazolas, Durst. Hayhurn. Mr. Harer Third Row: Manehey. Newton. Blaekhnrn. Klinger. Corderman. Corinan. Frattaroli Fourth Row: Eaton. lvleyer. Davidson. Oilirien. Pounds. Teal. Lott Homeroom 260 Mr. Remley Fmt Row: Beaumont, Costello. Carroll. Chris' tophersen fPres.j, C'Connell fExee.J. Eash. Grave' nor. Kuehnle Second Row: Hoyer, Mzirshzill, Newton. Rizzo, Srninkey. Sypharcl, West, Mr. Remley Third Row: Wasmer, Davison. Terlizzi. Poynter. Fckersley. Shepherd, Luhking Fourth Row: Fischer, Knodt. Heiclelherger. Mieder, Jones, Fuhrman, Blumstein II5 W :Era .. v 1-.' Wil '31 'I Richard Paelula, president: Nurig Ellison, viee' presitleiitg Suzamie Luux, seeretaryg and Robert Hemi, treasurer: led the class uf 1953 through a trying hut successful yearfits last-Hun the hill." The ulheers and iiitlivielual members rememher vividly the fleet high sehuul yearsfrnow so full of memuries-fthe ftmthall games, the magazine eamf paigii. the elanees, the student eriuneil meetings and l'li'Y iiiitiatituis. the Uiunirir and seiiitir playsgaiitl hext iff all. the Seiiiur Final. TheQe years have meant very mueh tu every memf her uf the Qeiiitir elass. Their aeatiemie wiirk aiitl extrafeurrieular aetivities have helpetl them tim tleveliip interests iii ehifereiit iieltls and tu further their preparatir-ii fur the emwllege wr husiiiess Worltl aheatl, The Qeiiiiirs rememher, particularly, their teaeherx wht' have guitletl aiiel elireeteel them thrwuflh these yeais lit' new I'CilWlJ1'l4ilWilifiC9 aml wwhligatimiiis. They are privutl tw have hatl, ai their ill4fl'LlCfll1'4. meii .mtl wiinieii whfv have eiLeiiLii'.igetl them tin put faith iii fllCIN4L'lVCr aiitl tw rely :vii their own eapaf hilitiex. The Qeiiiiirs are alw priiutl tu elaim Upper Darhy as their alma mater aiiel hfipe that it will hiiltl ax mueh meaiiiiie hir ela+e+ fwillivwiiig them. L 4' 'sg 0 Q I Qzaf 5 lb x YF .L I 1 ., Ji.- 16 'W 1 iii QU qw If Witli tlie arrival of autumn :intl the eleetion of homeroom eomrnitteemen. the senior exeeutive eornf mittee begin its ye.ir's work of steering the elass of 1953, Orginizinlg. eoordinziting. and regulating the .tetivities of the senior elass, the Mexeesv pre' sentetl two nominees for Queen of the All School Sliow .intl n.nnetl .intl planned elass parties and tl.inees, The Committee .tlso :irrgingetl for interesting .intl etlueaitioml .issenilvly progrfinis inelueling the Yeitlon High Seliool .1 eitppellgt elioir, Alberta Nortli .intl liei' .iuto lmrp, tintl progmnis given by organizfif tions within the seliool, In M.ireli. tlie Cult eonsultetl tlie exeeutive niemliers on the eontluzt of the Vfliyfs Vvflzo eleetion .intl followed tlieir :melviee elosely. T1 vw.irtl tlie entl of tlie year, tlie volume of liusi' ness ineieisetl steielily until ,tt tlie beginning of Miy, tlie ineinliers were weiglitetl elowii with sug gestions of prom keys .intl pliotofqiwpliers for tlig Senior Finil. pl.ins for Memorial D ty. .intl the sentl' ing of l1lVlf.lflHll4 for tlie Senior Pirty, The group workesl untlei' tlie guitlunee of lvlr. Noel .intl Miss Aluli.u Miller. el.iss .itlviseis II7 X xx T3 'S i E 5 l ' -to l sF'WMsxxxg2:iqS 5 3 ' 'piqadliniilllh lllluluk- is S2 s'1w .': '4 4 '4 ' a 4 -E si : H--w f v":f.:'..f'1 fs ff rwhuwwffs xx x f sp- -. QQ gg i EJ? i if f it 2, W a gq A Q 1 K 1 ,X i f' i XS l 1 f je Q w -9.5 V 2 K-eg ' x 2 M - was: , V A -V M is lm 'xx I Ypgllfn rf' X' HUT. In -LTR! V W ',', i'i41L,l3 The .funshine of Your mile . . . Whether eondueting discussions in his English elasses or adflihhing in assembly, Mr. Noel has proved his Wonderful ability for putting people at ease. As many know, his sense of humor and his merry laugh ean make udrudgery seem like a fine art." Often seen at 8:15 seuttling baek and forth with his eamera, he made the halls ring with the familiar Words: "A little to the left, Betty," or "Closer together, please." Mr. Noel resides in Drexel Hill with his eharming Wife and daughter, and despite his numerous school duties, finds time to remain aetive in the funetions of his ehureh. At the left, Mr. Noel talks with the senior class president, Richard Padula. II8 1 U KM-1 1 1 ' 1 X f W .,,.. 4 ,AQ-,415 1 ' fb- , All thc 111111218 L, "1-X 11151111 111g1sQ,1'- 19 .1 p11r.1sc that C1111 wall 115 1pp11cd to N155 .1u11.'1 M111cr. 1c111f1r C1155 :1dv1s:1'. 1f.1r1y 111 the 11151111113 9fL1g1C1'1I4 1313 11cr g11111g qL11Qt1y, 11111 Qf11:1c11t1y. ,1111,1L1t 11Qr 11u111Qr11uN mike S11c ncvcr sQQ111Q t11111 1111432 1'111x1'Qv1:1'. ffl xt'11W f11r .1 fr1c11111y m1'1111c11t -,115 :11111vQr-.1111111 111 1-111 .1 A W11111 4711 ',11C11L11--ISU' mam. Her 5111151-1 -11111Q 111111 ,1,111Q111f rfyfx rc11u:t 1111 TI1'1QlI' pr11111u1111. AX 511111113 interalt 111 1w11111Q .11'1J .1 1'Qfu1t. fha if 11111 '11111xY 111111u1,11' vv1t1'1 the LQ1,11111.N 11111 xmth the g:1'1s 111111 111151 W1111111 N115 mcctx 111 11u1' 11t11Qr classes, T111.1,1UQ1Y1 11gr gpmtlg Qll1C,1.lIlCC 111111 t11'Q1cff 13111116 111 11111113' 11Qt1v1t1w, 111g 11114 u1111c.1ru11 hcrlclf tu the C165 1711: 1953. At 11111 1'1!11t M1Q4 M111111' w,1tQ11eS while 11cr xtL111Q11tN X.'1111p1q 111011 0111141111 II9 1 You fX11'1. We is 's idx ci c - K c - -sw X ss' s s- s w Y Q eZ,..N se X X23 ' was X Nora Daldy, Robert Tobey, Marjeanne Collins, Barbara Daebeler, Barbara Burroughs, and Mary jane Hunter, in that order, QPictured right to leftj were the top six seniors in scholarship. Because of their scholastic achievement during their four year high school career, their names were engraved on the scholarship plaquefa permanent record for the eyes of future classes. These six were not just students-eiive of them participated actively in the extrafcurrieular program. Nora was a three letter winner in sportsg Bob edited the Acorng Ivlarileannc was girls' sports editor of the newspaper: Barbara Daebeler was assistant advertising manager of pub' licationsg and Barbara Burroughs managed all advertising for The Acorn, OAK, and UpifDt1h. The four members of the class who merited the seventh, eighth, ninth. and tenth rankings were Shirley Cullen, Joyce Mitcliell, Nlartha lvlorgan, and Lynne Church. These ten are to be commended for their attainment in a time when education is ot utmost iinpiirtancefespccially education which trains one for leadership in a troubled world. It Had To Be You -'- f - ------ - .g ,W e X foie X ,Q X , K- X , i f-,.- Y ,A . rl X i l- I4 ,,,, , ii.,-i , .i - -T Sffxulyjf Z: nf XXX WHS :SF X X x X Qixix , ff ? xii? xii fi . . Wonderful You Excellence in publications, athletics, clubs, service organizations, and class committees was the basis for the selection of the 1953 Service Award winners. The graduating class bestowed this honor upon six classrnatesithree boys and three girlsfewho in their judgment contributed the most in maintaining and raising the standards of the school and class. Their service was not solicited but given willingly. Administrators, teachers, and students could always be assured of a helping hand from these six, when and wherever needed. Although each recipient of the award participated in a wide range of activities, each budgeted his time in giving the best of his talents, equally, to every organization of which he was a member. It was with pride that the class of 1953 honored Richard Padula, Nora Daldy, Paul Ballora, Joyce Mitchell, Norig Ellison, and Suzanne Loux and inscribed their names on the service plaque as an inspiration to future students of the Upper Darby Senior High School. Mcmsr Porn LAR lllflhlfnl P.lLlLll.l N.l1lyxj' Augulm BEST Looxrmz R1cl1.1rrl Huglmcs xflfglllld Vinccnt vm,.-1' I22 MUST XIERSATILE Nwrrg lillwvn N1vl'.l Mmusr FIHALENTEIB Dlnmrlry Tlllr11lIW41l1l l.,llVN'l'CllQC D1F1wri 4 CUTEST COUPLE Williilnl Mglcos Anita Porrecfl PEPPIEST Arthur McCz1ll Shirley Cullen Nix Youqre the Top F BEST ATHLETES Del Park Ivfarjnric Duwkim FRIENDLIEST Charles T41rk4mi41n Sue Conway WITTIEST Thwrnas Ivlglhnncy Suzannc Alwerlc MOST TALKATIVE Kenneth Neff Patricia Timmins HARDEST WORKEl1S Alam Frccdnmn Sally Lyon MQJST LIKELY To SUCCEED Rc vlwcrt T1 Hwy Joycc Mnclwcll l23 W When You Walk Through a torm . . . THELMA SUZANNE ABERLE 422 Croyden Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PVRPLE School: Student Council lg All School Show Cast 2, 3, 4: National Thespian Society 3, Secretary 4: Honor Roll 2, 3: Hi'Y 3. 4 Class: Secretary 3: Homeroom Color Cap' tain 2, 3, 4: Junior Play Cast 3: Senior Play Cast 4g Commencement Usher 3: Committees: Party 4: Executive 3: Play 3 Clubs: Library Z, Secretary 3 Sports: Cheerleading Manager 3, 4 FREDERICK S. ACKISS 850 Fairfax Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PL'RI'LE School: Acorn Editorial Stall' 4: Assistant Sports Editor 4: Acorn Reporter 3: I'Ii'Y 3, 4: Leaders' Group 4: All'School Shoxv Cast 3, 41 Band Z3 I'li'Q Team 4: Honor Roll Z, 3: Distinguished Honor Roll 21 National Thespian Society 4 Class: I'Ionicroom Color Captain 2: Junior Play Cast 3: Senior Play Cast 41 Com' mcnccment Usher 3: Committees: Ex' ccutive 2: Party 4: Dance 4 Clubs: Choral 4, Executive Committee 4, Pan'Ainerican 3 Sports: Vfrestling Manager 2, 4 TELLO' ADAMS 302 Springton Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: All School Show Cast 2 Clubs: Rifle 2, 3, 4: Steinmetz 2, 3, His' roi-ian 4 ROBERT FREDERICK ADELIZZI 519 Windermere Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Pingerprinting Croup 2: Student Council 3, Vice-President 4: Executive Committee 4: :Xll'School Show Cast 3, 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: I'I1'Y 2, 3, Secretary 43 A. A. Council 4 Class: Humeroom Color Captain 3, 4, Committees: Dance 41 Executive 2 Clubs: NYoi-ld :Xtlairs Eoruin 1, 3, 4 Sports: Junior Varsity: Football 2, Co' Captain 2: Vfrestling 21 Varsity: Foot' hall 3, XN'restling 3, 4 EVAN B. ALDERFER, JR. 718 Roberts Avenue Drexel Hill Still XTIIPIC I3l'RI'LIg School: Pingerprinting Group 2. 3: Hi'Y 3, 4: Leaders' Croup 2, 3. 4: Student Council 41 I'II'Q Team 41 Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 3, 4. Physics Prize 3 iv, W xy ff 4924 3 ,442 f 2 JOHN A. ACKERMAN 817 Mason Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Student Council 25 Band 2, 3, 4: Hi'Y 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3, 4 Sports: Junior Varsity: Football 3, Base' ball 2 RICHARD' STUART ADAMS 297A Copley Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Class: Committees: Dance 3, Party 4 Clubs: Choral 4 FRANCES JANE ADE 7116 Radbourne Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Entered: January, 1953 JUDY ADELMAN 6847 Clover Lane Stonehurst Hills ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD School: Upi'Dah Art Stall 4: All'School Show Production 2, 3, 4: Art Prize 3: Honor Roll 4 Class: OAK Art Statl 4: Committees: Bulletin Board 3, 4: Dance 2, 3, 4: Play 3, 4 Clubs: Astrophychem 4g Beaux Arts 4 MADELEINE MARIE ALEXANDER 3847 Dennison Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD School: Student Council 2: National Thes' pian Society 2, 3, Vice'President 4: Dramatics Prize 2, 3: Honor Roll 4 Class: Junior Play Cast: Senior Play Cast: Commencement Usher 32 Committees: Party 4, Play 2 Class: Junior Play Cast 3: Senior Play Cllll7S2 Chl' ZLLZ, 3, 435129 gC1'ClChFlf3n'3?Il5x Ci-t 4: Coiiunencenicnt Usher 3 2, 3v 4U ' .'. I N .ji A S ill! oz ,K x K gg' v,1,?,,4-K 5- LY F' , , ' 3' JDJ' ,gy .4 KJ A ss : I Q ra f ,s 'A ,K JA Y- 4 , . .dr ' . 1 is A J' Af 014 'S -' I I .,, if J , . Keep Your Chin p High FRANK O'. ALTIMORE 27 North Kirklyn Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Scliool: Acorn Editorial Board 4: Boys' Sports Editor 4: Acorn Reporter 3, 4: HifY 3, 4: Leaders' Group 4: Band 2, 3: HifQ Team 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3: All' School Show Cast 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Conif mittees: Pep Rally 4: Dance 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 3: District Chorus 3: Choral 2, 3: Rifle 2 Sports: Basketball Nunicrals 31 Varsity: Wrestling Manager' 3: Track Z. 3, 4 NANCY JANE ANGULO 418 Beverly Boulevard Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC COLD Scliool: HifY Z, 3, President 4: Leaders' Group 3. 4: Student Council 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 4 Class: Class Color Captain 3: Honieroom Color Captain Z, 3: Committees: Dance 3. Executive 2 Clubs: A Cappella Choir 3, 4: Choral 2. 3. 4 Sports: Junior Varsity Basketball Z. Cap' tain 3: Varsity: Hockey 4: Cheerleading 3. 4: Basketball 4 JEANNETTE MARY ARNOLD 357 Fairfax Road Drexel Hill ACADEKIIC GOLD Scliool: A. A. Council 3. 4 Class: Honieroom Color Captain 3, 4: Committees: Dance 3. 4: Party 2, 4: Play 3 Clubs: Choral 2. 3, 4: Pan American 3: Future Teachers of America 4: Upif Dali Literary Staff 4 WILLIAM AUGUST 369 Upland Way Drexel Hill SALESMANSHIP PVRPLI1 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3, 4 Clubs: Choral 4 Sports: Nurnerals: Ba-ketball 3: Softball 3 LOUISE I. AZZARI 7803 Arlington Avenue Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE Clubs: Choral 3: Library 2 , ,p,r , A V,s,,V Z 4 X 4 f , f Q xr, B s ' X f 3 Z I , 4 ae. :ami V, ,M vt, Z Q , l ap :gy ,g ,ss ' X f f, ' f, : . , ,, r- :AX 4 -, f f X ,y ,Hyip wx -4 I Ll, fl Inf 4-4! .-.J , 4 X f :rr f Z f f X W. 2 4? " f f sc ' llll f s ,, N X W: N 125 f Z f f C .flif ' .47 IVIARJORIE HELEN ANDREWS 244 Sanford Road UPP91' Darby STENOCRAPHIC PURPLE Sclzool: Welfare Agent 22 Honor Roll 2, 3 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 45 DHUCC Committee 4 Sports: Junior Varsity: Hockey 33 B215kCt' ball 2, 3: Varsity: Hockey 4: Baseball 2, Captain 3: Basketball 4 NANCY CAROL ARMSTRONG 616 Beverly Boulevard Upper Darby ACADEMIC G01-D Class: Play Usher 3: Committees: Dance 4, Play 3 Club.s: Horace Mann 4, Pan'American 4 MARION DOROTHY ASTERIS 18 Powell Lane Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Class: Committees: Dance 3, 4: Party 4: Play 3, 4 Clubs: Astrophychem 4: Bowling 3, 4: Hippocrates 3: Horace Mann 4: Pan' American 3, 4 DOMINIC JOHN AURILLO 3842 james Street Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE School: AllfSchool Show Cast 4 Class: Hoineroorn Color Captain 4 Sports: Varsity Football 2, 3, 4: Most Valuable Player 4 FLORENCE ELIZABETH BAILEY 5151 Gramercy Drive Clifton Heights GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD School: Band 3, 4 Clubs: Choral 4 l25 -,I :Xncl Don't Be Afraicl . ','- at sses A , ALICE ANN BALK sf it C 101 Ashton Road Upper Darby : rt XX ' X ,fliigel . V x N103 .X if ACADEMIC PURPLE 3 I ' ' I 3 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2. 3: I . gg, Dance Committee 4 : - f : To I: ' L KENNY i .r .:f.'5. Clubs: Choral 3: Horace lvlann, Secretary . , - :CH C. . f -x .N ,- 3 4: P31'1','AII1CI'1CElI1 4 ,-v.. . Sports: Varsity Basketball 2, 3, Captain 4 S Q , - l f if af' ,M ,Q ...,... -.-V I I NORMAN FOSTER BATES r X xirzr? I lg. , ' jgrxx .f- 5 N4 8166 Arlington Avenue Upper Da y .XV siiiixrlrlu 'Co D J , : ff Cliiss: -lnnioi' Play Cast . Clubs: Agriculture 4 1 r X- '51 Sports: Lecuwcn mock 4 ,M A w A .. pf ' i.7 .:l1Z. f WILLIAM J. BAUR 258 Burmont Road Drexel Hill Sifll'iNTIFlC PURPLE Class: Dance Committee 4: Play 4 Sports: Junior Varsity: CrossfCOuntry 2, 3: Basketball Z, Manager 3: Varsity Basketball, Manziger 3 DONALD L. BELDEN 2217 Windsor Avenue Drexel Hill still-NTIFIC PURPLE Scliiml: Acorn Reporter 31 Band 2 Clubs: Rifle 2 G. FREDERICK BENCKER, JR. 254 Wilde Avenue Drexel Hill M'r'mil'NTlNi: COLD 4 4 bcllmlli l'l1ilMII' Roll J Class: junior Play Crist 3: Senior Play Cast 4: Ciiininittccsz Dance 4: Party 4 Sports: Yaisity Tennis 3 !26 , 4' X I I f . iff. Ir ,, . Q, f 3 PAUL EDWARD BALLORA 521 Midvale Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Sclioolz Acorn Reporter 3, 45 Leaders' Group 4: I'li'Y 3, President 4: Student Council 2, 3, 4: Executive Committee 3: AllfSchool Show Cast 3, 4: Produc' tion 3: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinf guished Honor Roll 2, 3 Class: Color Captain 2: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Commencement Usher 3: Committees: Dance 2, 3: Executive 2, Play 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 4: Choral 3, 4: PanfAmerican 3, 4, VicefPresident 4: World Affairs 3, 4 Sports: Varsity Soccer 3, 4 SHIRLEY MAY BAUERS 1420 Keystone Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4 Class: Committees: Dance 3, 4: Party 2, 4: Play 3 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4, First Aid and Social Service 2, 3, President 4: Pan'American Z, 3: Library Historian 3 RICHARD G. BEERS 2003 Greenhill Road Lansdowne ACCOUNTING PURPLE School: Welfare Agent 2, 3 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4 Sports: Junior Varsity Baseball 25 Varsity Baseball 3 CATHERINE ELIZABETH BELL 7001 Hilltop Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4: Com' mittees: Dance 4, Party 4 Clubs: Bowling 3, 4 RICHARD FRANCIS BENGERMINO 243 Wembly Road Bywood DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION GOLD Clubs: Distributive Education 4 K7 LJ 1 IA 'V VJ vf' . . f ' T., f I I fr fa P Q HI' ' Cv jp If w I l V71-f , ', ,,,,,.,,, if 7: I QI DONALD BARRY BERSHTEIN f 348 Abbey Terrace Drexel Hill , , l f 1 SCIENTIFIC GOLD EUGENE BERMAN I f I , . . , ,, ' School: Publications Business Staff 2, 4126 Rosemont Avenue Drexel I-1111 Mfg! , Honor R011 3, 4 SCIENTIFIC GOLD W, , Class: Junior Play Cast 3g Play Usher 4 , . . f Clubs: Bowling 4g Chess 3, 4, Secretary, Spllglsivgunlgf Vaislty Wrestling 22 VHF' f ' 5 Team 3g PanfAmerican 4g World Affairs L res mg VV,"' F , 3, V- ,P S-d 4 , Sp0?gslimBaSketl'vCel:ll Ilfldmeeligls 4 I I ,,,, ' I Ilf, A JOAN BIBOROSCH 341 Cheswold Road Drexel Hill .gk ,TSN .,,., 2 ,,:::... it V STENOCRAPHIC PURPLE I - , Scliool: Publications Typing Staff 4 DOROTHY HELEN BLACK 53 Woodlawn Avenue Aldan DISTRIBTQTIYE EDl.'CATlON PLJRPLE Clubs: Distributive Education 4 MILLICENT MAE BLEI 438 Littlecroft Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE AUGUST LOUIS BORRELLI 3422 Randolph Street Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD I sw, , X Qs ,S f f X , N I Cz , S vfff, - -.4-ZW 0 S ' S X f Mijn' CAROLYN LOUISE BILLIE 813 Stanbridge Road Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC GOLD School: Honor Roll 3, 4 Class: Dance Committee 3 JOYCE PATRICIA BLAKE 1432 Norman Road Havertown DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION PURPLE Clubs: Distributive Education 4 JOAN M. BONSALL 213 Wingate Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC G01-D Class: Party Committee 4 Clubx: Bowling 35 Chgfgl 3 PETER MACY BORST 4023 Rosemont Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Sclzool: Band 2, 3, 4 I27 I RICHARD EMERSON BOWMAN 720 Harper Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC n:oLD Clubs: Agriculture 4 A Sports: Nuiuerals: Basketball 'll Soltball 3: Junior Varsity Basketball 2, 3 GERALDINE P. BRADLEY 500 Woodcliffe Road Upper Darby Alf.-KDPMIC PURPLE School: AllfSchool Show Production Z, 3 Class: Play Usher 3: Committees: Dance 4, Party 2, Play 3 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "All: Bowling 3, 4: Choral Z. 3. 4: Horace Mann 3, 4: Latin 2: Library Z. 3, 4: PanfAmerican 4 MARY LOUISE BRAEUNINGER 3817 Albemarle Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: AllfSchool Show Production 33 Honor Roll 4 Class: Play Usher 3, 4: Committees: Dance 4: Play 3 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 41 Choral Z, 3, 4: Horace lvlann 4 MARY JANE BRANIGAN 7436 Rogers Avenue Upper Darby sTENOc:RAPiiIC PURPLE School: Publications Typing Stilli 43 Honor Roll Z, 3, 4 Class: Committees: Dance 3, 4: Play 3 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 4, Bowling 3, -lg Choral 2, 3, 4 JOHN CHARLES BROGAN 909 Foss Avenue Drexel Hill wii-,rvririri COLT! Sglwolz Acorn Reportcr 3, 4: AllfStlmifIl Show Production 2, 3. 4: Honor Roll Z, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll Z. 33 Leaders' Group 4 Class: Coininenceinent Usher 3 Clubs: Latin 3, 41 Vw'orld Allairs Porurn I, 3, Sc-i'geaIItf.It'.'XI'vII- 4: l.L'CllNR'L'I1lIlICli 4 IZB W At the End of the Storm . Vik' Wzvwr : ,. R X -A Ages X X E X- fa . www C Q, y .. gg , -, 1 ' :SN -.4 ,. 5' X X 4 .,.5Q ,S s ,,,, , , 1' V3 fQZ ,fLf ,, iii f " N I W 7 ig ' if 5 Mfr A ie. : 1 x z 'W' Awww 7 I if 2 A ,fix : qw? xv , Vyfg. A ' 2 t , ,Nw , , , ,Zyl ,. V 7 ff HENRIETTA RUTH BOYD 715 Lindale Avenue Drexel Hill STENOLIRAPHIC PURPLE Sclmol: Publications Typing Stall 4: Welf fare Agent 3: Honor Roll 3 Class: Committees: Dance 3, Party 4, Play 3 Clubs: Library 2 JACK BRADLEY 139 Willowbrook Road Clifton Heights ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD Sclioolz Honor Roll 2, 3, 4 RUSSELL JOHN BRAGG 819 Collenbrook Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD School: Band 2, 3, 4 Class: Play Usher 4 Club: Bowling 4 DONALD EUGENE BROKMEYER 4015 Plumstead Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD Scliool: Band Z: Honor Roll 4 Class: Play Usher 3, 4: Dance Committee 4 Clubs: PanfAmerican 4 BEVERLY ,ANNE BROOKS 720 Anderson Avenue Drexel Hill sCI1:NTIFIC GOLD Scliool: Up:-Dali Literary Stall 3, 4: Vfel- lare Affent 4: AllfSchool Show Cast Z. 3, 4: Production 2, 4, Honor R011 Z, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 3, OAIQ Art Stall 4: UpifDali Art Stall 4: Na' Umlal Theiplilll Society 4: Art Prize 3 Class: Committees: Dance 2, 3 4: Party 2, 3, 4: Play 3, 4 3 Clubs: A Cappella Choir UA" 3, 4: Beaux Arts 3- V1CCfPresident 4: Choral 2, 3. w 4: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3. 4: Rifle 2 5l'f'Tf-Yi Hockey Numeralg 2 . . . ls a Colden MARY E. BROWN 9-6 Wilde Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: Welfare Agent 2 SANDRA JEAN BROWN 184 Chapman Avenue Lansdowne STENOGRAPHIC GOLD School: Publications Typing Staff 4 Clubs: Choral 3 BARBARA R. BURROUGHS 417 Spruce Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: Acorn Editorial Board 4: Publi' cations Business Stall 2, 3: Advertising Manager 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Leaders' Group 3, 4: AllfSchool Show Cast 3. 4: Purple and Cold Spelling Contest 3: Honor Roll Z. 3: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3. 4 Class: Committees: Dance 3: Executive 3: Play 3. 4: Play Usher 4 Climbs: A Cappella Choir "A" 3. 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Hippocrates 2. 3. VicefPresif dent 4: Latin 3, 4: Tay Wistalx'an 2, ' 4 3. DAVID CONRAD BUSH 196 Richfield Apts. Upper Darby ACADEMIC C-OLD School: Vfelfare Agent 3 Class: Hornerooii' Color Captain 2 Clubs: Bowling Team 2, Captain 3, 4, Club 2, 3 J ' .L A ji 3' r if 1' - N I as " , if It f J f. NICHOLAS CARAS 174 Springton Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD Sports: Junior Varsity Cross Country 2, 3: Varsity CrossfCountry 4 V -if -'P' X zsf ff! MW 2 J Q, ROBERT THOMAS BROWN 900 Anderson Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: Fingerprinting Group 2, 3: Lead' ers' Group 3, 4: Honor Roll 3, 4: Dis' tinguished Honor Roll 4: HifY 4 Clubs: Steinmetz 2, Historian 3, Vice' President 4 Sports: Football: Junior Varsity Manager 2: Varsity Manager 3 CHARLES JOSEPH BUCHY 91 South State Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD JOSEPH WALTER BURTON 17 Green Lane Primos SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: All'Scliool Show Production 3 Clubs: Choral 2, 3: Musical Masterpieces 2, 3, 4: Steinmetz 2, Secretary 3, Presi- dent 4 ARAPANOS 'b OWS' pper Darby mf GOLD 'cioolz c oo Sbsow Production 3: J I I Priz ss: C ' s: Dance 3, Party 3, Play 3 Clubs: owling 3, 4: Hippocrates T: HOTHCC MHHU 4: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3: PEIDUAIDEFICHI1 4 FRANCIS JOSEPH CARBIN 7276 Lamport Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Sports: Nunicrals: Basketball 3, Softball 3 IZ9 ROBERT JOSEPH CAREY 718 Derwyn Road Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE NANCY LOUISE CAST 240 Kent Road Upper Darby STlfNUl2R.'Xl'1lllT PURPLE PATRICIA ANN CATERSON 936 Alexander Avenue Drexel Hill ACAITFIXIIC COLD School: UpifDt1l1 Art Staff 4: Leaders' Group 4: Band 2, 3, 4, Secretaryffreas' urer 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinf guished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: HifY 4: A.A, Council 4 Class: Play Usher 3: Commencement Usher 3: Committees: Play 3: Dance 4 Clubs: Latin 3, 4: Rifle Z, 3, 43 Secretary 3 Sports: Rifle 2, 3, CofCaptain 4 ANGELINA JEAN CAVALLO 7271 Spruce Street Upper Darby GENERAL HUsINEss GOLD School: National Thespian Society Z. 3, 4: Honor Roll 4 Class: Junior Play Stage Crew 2: Senior Play Stage Crew 4: OAK Art Stall 4 Clubs: Beaux Arts 4 NANCY CHALLIS 1021 Cornell Avenue Drexel Hill ACADI MIC HOLD Srlwol: Publications Business Stall 1111 Leaders' Group 3, 4: XVell'are Agent 2, 3: XYelIarc Board 31 AllfSchool Show Cast 3: 4: Honor Roll 2, 3: Distinr Ql11El3Ct.l Honor Roll Z, 4 Class: Class Color Captain 4: Hoineroom fhrlill' Captain 2. 3. 4: Commcnccinent Usher 3: Connnzttecsz Dance Z. 3: Play 3, 4 Clubs: Latm 3. -l: Tay YViStalx'an 4 5l"lf'lNI Basliritlmll NIII'I'Ir3I'Hl1 3 I30 VX swf t 4 Q , wx ' 3 N f 0, s fr Ng, Xs, 'i A A . 1, t "4 1: gi' -'-,, 5. . fi nx- ww f' 5 I f I I , J 3,2 : fa, ,, , ., ..., , , W . 4 X? ' , 'f 7 I V' ' I ' , 4 v all i'fi W W , And the Sweet . JEAN STEVENS CARTER 329 Owen Avenue Lansdowne ACADEMIC GOLD School: Welfare Agent 2: Distinguished Honor Roll 3, 4: HifY 4 Class: Play Usher 3, 4: Commencement Usher 3: OAK Literary Staff 4, Assistant Editor 4: Committees: Dance 3, Play 3: AllfSchool Show Cast 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Latin 3: Le Cercle Francais 3. 4: Tay Wistalvan 3, Vice President 4 Sports: Junior Varsity Hockey Manager 3: Varsity Hockey Manager 4 MARIAN THERESA CATAGNUS 276 Avon Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD ALBERT ANTHONY CAVALLO' 7154 Clover Lane Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Welfare Agent 2 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2 Clubs: Agriculture 2, 3, 4: PanfAmerican 2, 3 MARGARET EDITH CHADWICK 4619 Huey Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Acorn Art Staff 4: UpifDah Art Stall 3, 4: Leaders' Group 4: Student Council 2: Wella1'e Agent 2, 3: All' School Show Cast 3: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: HifY Class: Play Usher 3, 4: CAK Art Staff 4: Editor 4: Committees: Dance 4: Party 2, 4: Play 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 3, 4: Astro' phychem 4: Beaux Arts 3, President 4: Bowling Team 3, President 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 3 Sports: Numcrals: Hockey Z, Softball 3 VIRGINIA MARIE CHARUK 422 Spruce Avenue Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD .. Silver Song of the Lark MARY PATRICIA CHESTNUT 30 Boro Road Primos STENOGRAPHIC GOLD Class: Committees: Party 4, Play 3 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4 LEONARD JOSEPH CHMIELOVVSKI 135 Bishop Avenue Clifton Heights ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE JOYCE LYNNE CHILE , 'U 330 Burmont cl 'ex 'll sCIrNTi5,Q,iJ ' ' It gow Scliool: Hon' .., 3, 4:iDis LQed Honor : S nish Prv1'2e'3' , Class: Co is 5 3.4.4, Paft,i!4:Qmef room f ptain + , ' Clubs: ' appellax ir WA" 4: Clioral 3, 4: Hippocrates -, 3:'Pan-American 2, Secretary 3, President 4 I, fm in , O : 1 ' " f' S u J 0 jf' I ETHEL VIRGINIA CLARE 1140 Bryan Street Drexel Hill ACCOUNTING GOLD THOMAS EDWARD CLIFFORD 7326 Miller Avenue Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE Sports: Rifle 2, 3, 4 Clubs: Rifle 2, 3, President 4 SANDRA LOUISE CHEW 108 N. Carol Boulevard Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD School: Welfare Agent 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3 Clubs: Astrophychem 3, Treasurer 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Hippocrates 2, 3: Latin 2: Musical Masterpieces 3 ARLENE M. CHRISTINE 1100 Wilson Drive Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3: Play Usher 3: Committees: Dance 2: Execuf tive 4: Party 3: Play 3, 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4 Sports: Numerals: Hockey 3, Softball 3: Iunior Varsity Hockey 3: Varsity: Cheerleading 3, 4: Hockey 4 RICHARD MICHAEL CIANCIARULO 334 Cheswold Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Sports: Baseball Numerals 3 BARBARA FRANCES CLARK 714 Ormond Avenue Drexel I-Iill ACADEMIC GOLD School: HifY 2, 3, 4: Leaders' Group 2, 3, 4: Student Council 2, 3, Executive Committee 2: Welfare Agent 2, 3: All- School Show Cast 3: Honor Roll 2, 3: Dinstinguished Honor Roll 3, 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Play Usher 3, 4: Committees: Dance 3, 4: Play 3, 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: PanfAInerican 4 Sports: Hockey Numerals 2: Junior Var' sity Hockey 3: Varsity: Tennis 3, Cheerleading 4, Hockey 4 BARBARA ELLEN COBB 532 Harper Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE Scbool: Acorn Reporter 2, 3, 4: Welfare Agent 4: AllfSchool Show Production 3, Cast 4: National Thespian Society 3, 4: HOHOr Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 3, 4 Class: lunior Play Stage Crew 3: Senior Play Stage Crew 4: Committees: Play 4, Party 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "B" 4: Cho:-31 3: 43 Lafifl 25 PanfArnerican 2, 3, 4- Tay Wistalvan 4 l I3l VIRGINIA B. COCKS 50 Roselawn Avenue Lansdowne ACADEMIC PURPLIJ School: Wlelfare Agent 2: Honor Roll 2, . 4 J. Class: Hoineroom Color Captain 4: Com' mittees: Dance 2, 3: Party 4: Play 3, 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 41 Latin 2: Le Cercle Erancaus 3, 4 Sports: Basketball Nuinerzils 3 MARJEANNE COLLINS 500 Lombardy Road Drexel Hill .MXADPMIU PURPLE School: Acorn Editorial Board 4: Girls' Sports Editor 4: Arorui Reporter 3. 4: l-lifY 3, 4: AllfSehool Show Production 4: Honor Roll 3: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: A.A. Council 4: National Thespian Society 4 Class: I-l.OlllCl'UUllI Color Captain 3: Comf in-:ncement Usher 33 Committees: Dance 3: Executive 4: Play 3, 4 Clubs: :Xstrophychein 3, President 4: First Aid .ind Social Service 3: Le Cercle Francais 33 Tay Wistalvan 3, 4 Sports: junior Varsity Hockey Maiiagei' 3 LOIS MARIE COIVIPTON 43 S. Kirklyn Avenue Upper Darby s'rENocaRAPHIC PURPLE Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4 PATRICIA ANN CONNAGHAN 31 S. 69th Street Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: All-School Show Cast 4: National Thespixin So' ciety 4 Class: junior Play Cast 3: Senior Play Cust 4, Student Director 4: Committees: Dance 2, 3, 4: Executive 2: Party 2, 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 3, 41 Choral 2. 3, 4, Executive 4: Le Cercle Franf L ns 3, 4 ALBERT J. COOKE 808 Addingham Avenue Drexel Hill Xl'Al5IX1Ilf PURPLE Sports: junior X .irsity Basketball 2 I32 1 f 4' x Walk On Through the Wind . . Q ..., Z J .- 4 ,Q 1 . .,.. : :S i 9, ..,,,, ' X X ' 4. " as E: Q. I ff L aes 4 0' f , W ,J fr X , 57 f 'iffnsf ff -Y" ,m' , 1. f fi GLENN SAMUEL COLLINS 271 Sanford Road Upper Darby ACCOUNTING PURPLE VALERIE ANN COLLINS 4349 Woodland Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE School: All-School Show Cast 3, 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4: Party Committee 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4 JOHN STUART CONGLETON 3206 Marshall Road Drexel Hill DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION PURPLE Class: Homerootn Color Captain 2, 3 Clubs: Distributive Education 4 SUE CAROL CONWAY 838 Alexander Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD School: Leadersi Group 43 All'School Show Cast 3, 4: Honor Roll 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4: Com' inencement Usher 3: OAK Literary Staff 4: Committees: Dance 2, 3, 4: Executive 3: Party 4: Play Production 3 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "B" 43 Clmfal 2, 3, 4: Executive Committee 4: Tay Vsfistalvan 3, Secretary 4: Bowling 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals Z ANNE PATTERSON COPLEY 8 South Fairview Avenue Upper Darby LQENERAL BUSINESS PURPLI: Clubs: A Cappella Choir HB" 4: Choral 2, 3, 4 Sports: junior Varsity Basketball Man' ager 3: Varsity Basketball Manager 4 . Walk On Through the Rain GREGORY JOHN CORIALOS 109 Glendale Road Upper Darby ACCOUNTING PURPLE Clubs: Choral 3 Sports: lunior Varsity Football 2 IRENE LOUISE COSTIGAN 4038 Ellendale Road Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE School: Publications Typing Staif 4: Iwianf ager 4: Vkleliare Agent 2: Honor Roll Z, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 3 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Commit' tees: Dance 3. Party 3. Play 3: Home' room Color Captain 2 Clubs: Bowling 4 SI-IIRLEY ANN CULLEN 156 Marlborough Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PL'RPLE Scliool: Acorn Editorial Board 4: Peatures Editor 4: Acorn Reporter 3: HifY 3, 4: Leaders' Cvroup 4: Student Council 2: AllfSchool Show Cast 2, 3: National Thespian Society 3. 4: Honor Roll Z, 3: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: English Prize 2: Elmira College Key 3: English Prize 3 Class: Junior Play Cast 3: Commencement Usher 3: Committees: Executive 3: Party 2: Play 4 Clubs: Bowling 2: Latin 2: Library 2: Tay YN'istalvan 3, 4 Sports: Varsity Tennis 3 BARBARA ANNE DAEBELER 826 Morgan Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Publications Business Statl 2, 3: Assistant Advertising Manager 4: HifY 2, 3, 4: National Thespian Society 3, 4: Honor Roll 2: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Prizes: English 2, French I 3: Welfare Agent Z: AllfSchool Show Cast 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4: Junior Play Cast 3: Senior Play Cast 4: Comf mencement Usher 3: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 2: Latin 3, Treasurer 4: Tay Wistalx'an 2, 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 4 LEONARD D'ANTONIO 120 Powell Lane Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Clubs: Bowling Team 3, 4 Sports: Soccer Nuinerals 3: ,lunior Varsity Baseball 2 ,L : I 1 ar: Eg . an ' ,.,,, x , F . , .: ,,a1!"' 7 or f Kurt' N4 Q sf , .,,,, s.,: s I f ZR ma ,Zig ' ,W I ' my ' . , , W .1 js X ... :Qf 1 7 35 iff? I Z Q fs 4 7 f W Z V, " "" I I f, ' V, 2 V44 , X X , l ' 9 f A , f K 5 of JEANINE COSMI 131 Terrace Avenue Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE School: Publications Typing Staff 4: All' School Show Cast 3, 4: Honor Roll 3 Clubs: Bowling 2: Choral 2, 3 FRANK LOUIS CUCINOTTA 235 Margate Road Upper Darby IJISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION PURPLE School: Band 2, 3, 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4 Clubs: Distributive Education 4 JOAN IRENE CULLINAN 917 Foss Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Scliool: All-School Show Cast 3: Art Prize 3: Honor Roll 4 Class: OAK Art Staff 4: Committees: Dance 4: Party 2, 3, 41 Play 3, 4 Clubs: Beaux Arts 3: Choral 2, 3: Hip' pocrates 3: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3 Sports: Hockey Numerals Z NO'RA KATHERINE DALDY 634 Foss Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD Scliool: Acorn Reporter 2, 3, 4: HifY 2, 3, ViccfPresident 4: Leaders' Group 4: All-School Show Cast 3, 4: Production Z, 3, 4: National Thespian Society 3, 4' Purple and Gold Spelling Contest 32 Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4' Prizes: English 2, Biology 2, English 3 Advanced Biology 3, Latin 3 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Com- mencement Usher 3: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Tay Wistalx'an 3, 4 Sports: lunior Varsity: Hockey 3: Basket' ball 2, 3: Tennis 3: Varsity: Hockey 4, s Q Basketball 4 LINDA MAE DANTZER 718 Anderson Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE Scliool: UpifDab Literary Staif 3, 4: Stu' dent Council 2: Welfare Agent 2: A11, School Show Cast 3, 4: Honor R011 2, 4 Class: Committees: Dance 3, 4: Executive 3, 4: Play 3 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "B" 4: Bowling 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Hippocrates 3, 4- Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, President 43 Horace Mann 4 l SPUWSI H0Ck6y Numerals 2 l33 GWEN ANN DAVIES 711 Foss Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Honor Roll 4: National Thespian Society 4 Class: Junior Play Stage Crew 3: Senior Play Stage Crew 4: Committees: Dance 3: Party 4 Clubs: Choral 3: First Aid and Social Service 3, ViccfPresident 4: Hippocf rates Z, 3 DOLORES ANN DAVIS 449 Copely Road Upper Darby DlSTRllll'TlX'12 EDUCATION PURPLE Cialis: Distributive Education 4 MARJORIE A. DAWKINS 3601 Garrett Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD School: A. A. Council 2, 3, 4: HifY 3, 4: Student Council 2, 4: Honor Roll 3: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3, 4: Committees: Executive 2: Play 3, 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais Z, 3 Sports: Softball Numerals 3: Junior Var' sity Basketball 3: Varsity Hockey 3, Captain 4: Basketball 4 MARIE JANE DE GEORGE 901 Burmont Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD School: HifY 2, 3, 4: Leaders' Group 2, 4: Student Council 2, 3: Honor Roll 2, 4: National Thespian Society 4: AllfSchool Show Production 4 Class: Secretary Z: Homeroom Color Cap' tain 3: Play Usher 3: Committees: Dance Z, 3: Bulletin Board 2: Execu' tive 2. 4: Play 3, 4: Party 2: OAK Literary Staff 4 Clubs: Choral 4: Latin 2: Le Cercle Fran' cais 3, 4: Tay Vfistalvan -l CAROL SUE DEMPSTER 758 Concord Avenue Drexel Hill ACADI MIC GOLD School: AllfSchool Show Cast 3: Produc' tion 41 Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distin' guislied Honor Roll 4 Class: Committees: Executive 3. Play 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 3, 4: Choral Z, 3, 4, Horace Mann 3, 4: PanfAmerf ican 4 I34 T Vlliough Your Dreams . . .,., , :, A H I ee K, ' " .' t ,,,, X . NS-L . . . Q, ff RONALD JAMES DAVIES 418 Larchwood Avenue Upper Darby DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION GOLD Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4 Clubs: Distributive Education 4 KATHLEEN ANN DAVIS 449 Copely Road Upper Darby DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION GOLD Clubs: Distributive Education 4 ELIZABETH MAY DEAN 15 E. Providence Road Aldan ACADEMIC GOLD School: Acorn Reporter 3: UpifDah Lit' erary Staff 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 4: Leaders' Group 4 Class: Play Usher 3: Committees: Dance 2, 3, 4: Party 4: Play 3, 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4: Tay Wistalvan 3, 4 JACQUELYN MAY DELMAR 1004 Lindale Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD School: Publications Business Staff 4: UpifDah Literary Staff 3, 4: Welfare Agent 3: AllfSchool Show Cast 4 Class: Committees: Party 4, Play 3 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 4: Choral 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 3 ANNA E. DE OLIVEIRA 910 Baltimore Avenue Lansdowne GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Class: Horneroom Color Captain 2: Dance Committee 4 . . Be Tossed and Blown DOLORES MAE DE STEFANO' 7066 Radbourne Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE Clubs: Choral 2. 3, 4 JEANNEANNE MARIE DEVER 3772 Woodland Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD Entered: September. 1932 ATILEO JAMES DI DONATO 831 Hampshire Road Drexel Hill .-ACCOUNTING GOLD CAROLYN FLORENCE DI RIEGO 139 Overhill Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Entered: September, 1952 Class: Committees: Dance 4. Play 4 JOSEPH FRANCIS DOLAN, JR. 5241 Springfield Road Clifton Heights SCIENTIFIC GOLD Sports: Soccer Numerals 3: Junior Var' sity Baseball 2 A ROBERT ELROY DE TURK 363 Lakeview Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD Clubs: A Cappella Choir "B" 4: Choral 1,, ' ,jjnfl 3, 4 Sports: Soccer Numerals 3 1 7 f Q ' sis ,f ff 'Y X fs 7 ff ff mu, 4 1 4 f f I lt fit , ,Wi WS' 2 6-'Q 45 RUTH MARIE ANN DIAMOND: f 15 Sunshine Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD School: Welfare Agent 2 LAWRENCE PATRICK DIFIORI 16 Park Avenue Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD School: Acorn Art Staff 2, 3, 4: Upi-Dah Art Staff 2, 4, Art Editor 3: Hi'Y 4: Honor Roll 4 Class: OAK Art Staff 4 SYLVIA FRANCES DI STEFANO 74 Springton Road Upper Dal-by ACADEMIC GOLD Sports: Basketball Numerals 2 RAYMOND FRANCIS DONOHUE 7116 Penarth Avenue Upper Dal-by GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Sports: Junior Varsity Crow Country 3 7 :sli ::,l 3 I35 PATRICIA M. DOUGHERTY 4112 Taylor Avenue Drexel Hill ACADl?lXllC GOLD School: Vx'cllau:c Agent 4: AllfSchool Show Cast 3, 4: Honor Roll 2, 4 Class: Committees: Dance 3: Play 3, 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: First Aid .uid Social Service 2, 3, 4: PunfAincricun 4 Sports: -lunior Varsity Hockey Manager Z SHIRLEY ANN DRAKE 724 Shadeland Avenue Drexel Hill Slxll N'l'lifli1 PURPLE Entered: September, 1952 School: AllfSchool Show Production 4 Cluss: Committees: Dance 4, Party 4, Plu 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "AU 4: Choral 4: Hippocrutcs 4 JOHN PAUL DURANTE 207 Morton Avenue Broomall ACADl1MIC GOLD School: AllfSchool Show Production 3: Band 2 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 4: Choral 3. 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 4 NANCY JANE ECCLES 648 Beverly Boulevard Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Acorn Reporter 2, 3, 4: UpifDal1 Literary Stuff 3: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Biology Prize fl Class: Committees: Dance 4, Party 4, Play 3 Clubs: Bowling 3, 4: Horace Mann 3, 4: Latin 2, 3, 4: LC Ccrcle Francais 3, 4: Library 4 FRED GEORGE ECKARDT 1208 Hollywood Avenue Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD Sports: Intramural Basketball 2, Baseball 3 I36 ,NS W, x - Y' f s 5 gg. ' , ff S X , 4 AN X l S N was W 6 t Ain gf 4 , IWW Walk Cn, Walk Cn . DORIS DOVE 47 South Kirklyn Avenue Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC GOLD School: Publications Typing Stall 4: Wel' larc Agent 2: Honor Roll 2, 3 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3: Dance Committee 3 RUSSELL HAROLD DRUMHELLER 713 Anderson Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD Sports: Junior Varsity Football Z RICHARD GEORGE EBY 17 S. Linden Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Clubs: Bowling 4 NANCY LOU ECHENHOFER 5005 Smithfield Road Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC GOLD School: Publications Business Stall 2 Class: Committees: Dance 4, Party 4 Clubs: Bcaux Arts 2, 3, 4: Bowling 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4 SONYA LEE EDELMAN 7223 Brent Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD School: UpifDal1 Literary Stall 2, 3, 4: UpifDal1 Exchange Editor 4: Welfai:c Agent 3: All-School Show Cast 3, 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4 Class: Committees: Dance 3: Party 4: Play 3, 4 Clubs: Pan'American 2, 3, 4: Tay Wisf talvan 4 . With Hope in Your Heart BARBARA JANE ELLIOTT 115 Green Valley Road Upper Darby STENOCRAPHIC PURPLE School: Acorn Reporter 2: Publications Typing Staff 4: Honor Roll 3 Class: OAK Literary Staff 4: Committees: Dance 3, 4: Play 3 Clubs: Tay Wistalxian 4 NORIG ELLISON 1133 Agnew Drive Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: A. A, Council Z: Fingerprinting Group 2: HifY 3, VicefPresident 4: Leaders' Group T., 3, 4: Student Council Z, 3, VicefPresident 4: Executive Com' mittee 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinf guished Honor Roll 3: Prizes: Harvard Club Axvard 3: American History 3 Class: VicefPresident 3, 4: Homeroom Color Captain 2. 4: Commencement Usher 3: Committees: Executive 3, 4: Play 4 Sports: Varsity: Football 2. 3. 4: Most Popular Football Player: Basketball 3, 4: Track Z, 3, 4 ROBERT BLAKE ENGLEBRETH 7443 Nliller Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD Clubs: RiHe 2 SANDRA JANE ESHER Drexel Hill PURPLE 4690 State Road ACADEMIC Club.s: A Cappella Choir "A" 4: Bowling 3, 4: Choral 2, 3 Sports: Nurnerals: Hockey 3, Ba-kethall 3 JEAN SCOTT FALLING 174 Wellington Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD School: Up1fDah Art Staff 3, 4, Art Edif tor 4: HifY 3, 4: Welfare Agent 3: Honor Roll 2, 3: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Prizes: Art 3, English 3 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Com' mittees: Dance 4, Party 4, Play 4 Clubs: Latin 2: Le Cercle Francais 3, VicefPresident 4: Rifle 2, 3 Sports: Softball Nurnerals 3: Rifle 3 W Q3-f is 4 M32 X7 f 1 1 f ll ,7 1 E WW W , f 4 ff? 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' 7 , -Z-'V A - Myst' Q , i V 1, gi, 5 JOSEPH FELIX ELLIOTT 24 First Street LHHSCIOWUQ ACCOUNTING GOLD Sports: Junior Varsity: Football 2, Base' ball 2: Varsity Football 4 NANCY LEE ENGLE 341 Windermere Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3: Play Usher 3, 4: Commencement Usher 3: Committees: Dance 3, 4: Executive 2: Play 3: Party 2: AllfSchool Show Cast 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: Latin 2 ELSIE LOU ESCHERT 222 Guilford Road Lansdowne ACADEMIC PURPLE Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 43 Library 2, 3, 4: PanfAmerican 2 NO MA V 3 Kings n 1 pper Darby A 1 A PURPLE Sc : llfSc ool how Cast 2, 3, 4: duction 2 3: nd 2, 3, President 4: Orchestra 3, 4- Di trict Orchestra 4: Honor Rol Class: Hom o olor Captain 4: Dance Committee , 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 4: Choral 3, 4 Sports: Basketball Nurnerals Z CHARLES DONALD FARACE 261 Sherbrook Boulevard Upper Darby SALESMANSHIP GOLD School: Honor Roll 4 I37 GEORGE PHILIP FELICI 7428 Rogers Avenue Upper Darby SALESMANSHIP GOLD WILLIAM FREDERIC FERRY 31 Larchwood Avenue Upper Darby .-XC.-Xlllilxllli PURPLE Stxllilvli I'IOI1Ul' Roll 4 BARBARA ANNE FLYNN 7105 Sellers Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Scliool: Acorn Reporter 2, 45 Orchestra Z, 3: Purple and Gold Spelling Contest 3: Honor Roll Z, 4: AllfSchool Show Cast 4: Student Council 4: Distinf guished Honor Roll 4 Class: Committees: Dance 4, Party 4: Play Usher 4 Clubs: Choral 4: Le Cercle Francais 4: NVorld Affairs Forum 3, Secretary 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 2 DONALD C. FREUDENBERGER 4415 Cedar Lane Drexel I-Iil.l GLNFR.-XL Htslxnss PURPLE JOAN A. FULTON 3836 Albemarle Avenue Drexel Hill sTiNo4:RAP1iIC GOLD Scliool: Publication Typing Staff 4: Welf fare Agent Z: Honor Roll 2, 3 Class: Committees: Dance 43 Party 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir NA" 4: Choral 2. fl. 4 I38 2' And Youlll Never . . N f fw f .,., 4 .,,, , I 4 ' J- HW W f. , I Z 5 i .Zio f 7 , 34 P rv 7 , N 1 0 I ,L ' if f s f .4 , fx. 7. J s aa Q a o 0 DAVID FELL 231 Hampden Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: National Thcspian Society 3: Stage Crew 2, 3, 4 Class: junior Play Stage Crew 3 Clubs: Visual Aids 2, Secretary 3, Presif dent 4 ROSEMARIE FISCHER 27 N. Bishop Avenue Springfield STENOGRAPHIC GOLD Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4: Dance Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 3, 4 ALAN REINALD FREEDMAN 4026 Albemarle Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Acorn Editorial Board 4: News Editor 45 Acorn Reporter 2, 3: HifY 2, 3, 4: Leaders' Group 4: AllfSch0ol Show Cast 2, 4: National Thespian Society 3, 4g Honor Roll 2: Journalism I Prize 3 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Junior Play Cast 3: Commencement Usher 3: Committees: Dance 2, Play 4 Clubs: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3 VIRGINIA FREY 3700 Berry Avenue Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE School: Honor Roll 2, 3 GLORIA FRANCES GANCI 310 Kingston Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE Clubs: Choral 2 . . Walk Alone ROBERT C. GAUNTLETT 78 Lamport Road Upper Darby SALESMANSHIP PURPLE School: Honor Roll 4 Class: Honicroom Color Captain 2 Clubs: A Cappella Choir UA" 4: Choral 2, 3, 4 JUDITH LEAH GEARHART 521 Spruce Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE School: UpifDah Literary Staff 3, 4: Allf School Show Cast 3, 4: National Thes- pian Society 4 Class: Senior Play Cut 4: Committees: Party 4: Play 3: Dance 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4g District Chorus 4: Latin '21 Le Cercle Francais 3, 4g Mtisical Masterf pieces Z, J, 4 DOROTHY ANNE GEIGER 1024 Old Lane Drexel Hill STENOCRAPHIC GOLD VIRGINIA ROSE GERACE 3 Englewood Road Upper Darby DISTRIBUTIVL EDUCATION GOLD Class: Homeroorn Color Captain 4 Clubs: Distributive Education 4 ALICE LOUISE GETTY 206 Berbro Avenue Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC GOLD School: Welfare Agent 4, Honor Roll 4 Ky I 1 7 , W ' J f 4, f ,' f gfgf: I f ,- 'I if 'G 'IZ of f , . ,.,,. ,1 ,ay . f . M I ff! X Z We , X ay , f , 1 f ' , A iiiii Z y ff fl Z , y . 4 M W ,ll Wx ff, , f, ,,, - ,ff V , W , ,- X , , , , ,ff r f fl wwe. A az, , Mfzftlbywfffba CHARLES RUSSMQEARHART, JR. 425 s. Church street Clifton Heights SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Class: junior Play Cast 35 SCIUOI' Play Cast 4 A , Clubs: Agriculture 4: B0Wl1Dg 33 V15UHl Aids 3, 4 RAYMOND ROBERT GEIGELMAN 7016 Radbourne Road Upper Darby SALESMANSHIP PURPLE ALBERT PETER GENTILE 163 Chatham Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Class: Homerooni Color Captain 4 Sports: Varsity Track 3 HERBERT W. GESHWIND 631 Villa Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE ELIZABETH ANNE GILBERT 509 Gainsboro Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD School: HifY 45 Student Council 4: All' School Show Cast 3: Honor Roll 2, '55 Distinguished Honor Roll 3, 43 Leaders' Group 4 Class: Honieroorn Color Captain 2, 3, Play Usher 3, 4: Commencement Usher 33 GAR Copy Editor 4, Committees: Bulletin Board 2, Dance Z, 3, 4: Play 3, 4: Executive 2 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 45 Chgral 3, 4: Latin 25 Le Cercle Francais 3, 4: Tay Wistalvan 3, 4 I39 RICHARD EVERT GISEL 11 North Linden Avenue Upper Darby SCIIANTIFIC PL'RPL1i Sclwol: Fingcrprinting Group Z, 3 Sports: junior Varsity Cll'kY5S'CKVLlI1fl'B' 3, -I SAMUEL JOHN GOWEN 216 Wadas Avenue Upper Darby .-xR'i's AND CRAVIKS PLYRPLL Sell mllv l: Honor Roll 2, 3: Distinguislietl Honor Roll 3 Clulix: Rifle Z EDWARD JAMES GRAHAM 233 Parker Road Upper Darby PURPLE Sclmolp HifY 3, 4g Welfare Agent 33 Honor Roll 2, 35 Distinguished Honor Roll 3 Sports: Junior Varsity: Wrestling 2, Base' hall 2g Varsity Wrestling 3, Co'Captain 4 DONALD GRANT 1024 Edmonds Avenue Drexel Hill sr:i1fNT1Flr,: PL'RPL1z Srlzuol: Fingcrprinting Group 2, 3 Cluxs: Homcroom Color Captain 2: Dane: Committee 4 Clzllmr P.mfAiucrictin 4 RICHARD R. H. GRANZOW 4012 School Lane Drexel Hill mrs ANI: CRAFTS PVRPLI l4O . ig S. S! Y RN A R X X A -N N A , A xg R R I'll See You gain . . . ALBERTA GAIL GLASSMIRE 3845 Albemarle Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD Sclmol: Welfare Agent 33 AllfScliool Show Cast 3, 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 4g Choral 2, 3, 43 Le Cercle Francais 2 Sports: Hockey Numerals 2 A ' A MARGARET SHERRY GRACEY iii' 239 Township Line Upper Darby 5, " I' STENOGRAPHIC GOLD ,vt,- H 7 9? 4' Aft ' -:i:. ' ' ' - 7525, 6 aff C V ' h 'X ' f7 V7 f 'I ff f A 7-6 A 'S 4 lj A Q of f X -f , FRANCIS EDWARD GRANDIZIO R il 'i"'i if A "" , 1 6320 Greenway Avenue Philadelphia I ui3NERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Sports: Iunior Varsity Football 2, 3 ve, f yy :L Q . ' . I as g .7 ..,. V . I X X Q, f f X y SQL QR Q9 'X f ,I R ,QSC X O4 11 XV ..Q1s,s:1:f1f -L X V1 Efi M3 , , ...R -. R. 1 , W fi fi, 4 Lf f X W 2 y 'X 37 Z If 4' 7 R f 1 A f W fl ff Ay f Xf f 7 Z 7 X , , 2 NOEL PETER GRANZOW 200 Kent Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Sports: Rifle 2, 3 ERNEST WILLIAM GRATZ 1219 Harding Drive Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE . . . Whenever Sprin Breaks Through Again HARRIET BARBARA GREENBERG 201 Avon Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD School: AllfSchool Show Cast 3, 4: Cr' chestra 2, 3, 43 Honor Roll 4 Class: Committees: Party Z. 3. -ig Dancc 4 HEDY RUTH GROSSMAN 15-3 Valley Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Honor Roll 2. 4 Clubs: Beaux Arts 3, Secretary FRANCES ELIZABETH HAELLE 4717 Woodland Avenue Drexel Hill STEXOGRAPHIC PIQRPLE School: Publications Business Stair' 4 Class: Play Usher 3, 4: Committees: Dance 3: Party 4: Play 3, 4 Clubs: Choral 2. 3. 4 TERRY ARTHUR HALPERN 383 Edmonds Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLIJ School: Student Council 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3: junior Play Cast 3: Senior Play Cast 4 Clubs: Le Cercle Francais 4: Wfirld Aiiairs Forum Z, SergeantfatfArms 3, President 4 Sports: Softball Numerals 3: Basketball Numerals 4 RICHARD MARSHALL HARBECK 605 Foss Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD School: Honor Roll 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 3 Class: Homerooiri Color Captain 4 Clubs: Bowling 3, 45 Chess 3, Secretary 4, Team 4: Rifle 2: Winrld Affairs Forum 3, 4 , ' V , I ' . ', l , f X 7 f X I I ,X - 34. Q, V ,X ,X X X f at X fe f M' W, Z W4 M. MEREDITH' GRIESINGER 921 Childs Avenue Dr9X9l Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: AllfSchool Show Production 3, 4: National Thespian Society 3, 4 Class: Committees: Party 4: Play 3, 4 Clubs: Beaux Arts 3, 45 Bowling 3: Pan' American 2, 3 DONNA JEAN HADLEY 443 Lombardy Road Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Class: Committees: Dance 4, Party 4, Play 3 Clubs: Choral 2: Future Teachers of America 4 eV' -213553 f,-uf' -I' ' Qu. P , I HAINES 9g?glaga V Upper Darby A gow V Corn School: Acorn Reporter 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 4: AllfSchool Show Cast 4 Class: Committees: Dance 4, Party 4 Clubs: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4: Rifle 2: WoI'ld Affairs Forum 3, 4 LAWRENCE PARKE HAMMER 57 Crestline Road Sn-afford ACADEMIC PL'RpLE School: Student Council 2, Executive Committee Z: Class: Dance Committee 2 Clubs: Choral 3, 4 DORIS J. HARDING 24 First Street Lansdowne -,:rI5NoCRAPHIC GOLD School: WeliaI:e Agent 4 Class: Committees: S Dance 4, Party 4 Play 3 ' Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4 I4I ELAINE BOWKER HARDING 719 Roberts Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: AllfSchool Show Cast 3: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4: Dance Committee 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir MB" 4: Bowling 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: First Aid and Social Service 3, 4: Horace Ivlann 4: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3: Rifle Z, 3 Sports: Hockey Numerals 2 RAY WILLIAM HARMER 137 Barrington Road Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD School: Fingcrprinting Group 2 Clubs: A Cappella Choir HB" 4: Agriculf lure 2: Choral 2 JANE M. HARRIS 5016 Smithfield Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD School: AllfSchool Show Cast 3: Honor Roll 4 Class: Honieroom Color Captain 2: Com' mittees: Dance 3: Party 2 Clubs: Hippocrates 3: Latin 3 BONNIE LYCETTE HARTMAN 624 Mason Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD School: National Thespian Society 3, 4 Class: Committees: Dance 4. Play 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Le Ccrcle Francais 4 CHARLOTTE PAULA HAUSSMANN Broadway Avenue Secane ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Honor Roll 2, 5: Distinguished Honor Roll 4: AllfSchool Show Cast 4 Class: Executive Committee 2, 3: Play Usher 4 Climbs: Choral 2. 3 l42 Time Ma Lie Heav Between . . . u ri' . .X X Z STANLEY EUGENE HARDWICK 24 Overhill Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD School: Honor Roll 2, 3: Distinguished Honor Roll 4 Clubs: Bowling 2, 4, Team 2, 4: Chess Team 2, 4: Latin 4: Le Cercle Francais 2 f A-W lg,M"' pil. ,AQIQARL S HARNER, JR. 7 io Shih ue Drexel Hill SCIEN QF Goto Choo : A. A. Council 3: AllfSchool Show Production 2, 3: Band 2, 3, Vice- President 4: District Band ,3: Orchestra 2, 3, 4: District Orchestra 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 3 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Executive Committee 2 Sports: Soccer Numerals 3 ROBERT LEE HART 36 Chatham Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD School: Acorn Reporter 4 Clubs: Bowling 4 ROBERT JOSEPH HASTINGS 300 East Providence-Road Aldan SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: Honor ROR 3 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: District Chorus 4 VIRGINIA LEE HAWKINS 210 Kent Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD School: Acorn Reporter 3: UpifDah Lit' erary Staff 4: Welfai'e Agent 2: All' School Show Cast 4 Class: Committees: Dance 4, Party 4 Clubs: Choral 2 , But What JOAN MARYANN HAZZARD 7199 Clover Lane Upper Darby DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION GOLD School: Student Council 4, Executive Committee 4: Welfare Agent 4 Clubs: Distributive Education 4: Le Cercle Francais 2: Library 3 Sports: Numerals: Hockey 2, 3: Softball 2, 3 RICHARD GEORGE HEISLER 295 Oak Avenue Clifton Heights ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Honor Roll 4 Clubs: Le Cercle Francais 2 Sports: Junior Varsity Baseball 2, Captain 2: Varsity Baseball 3, Captain 4 PATRICIA ANN HENDERSON 4044 Ellendale Road Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE Clubs: Choral 2 Has Been 7 , f , . ,-,- . wx I ' ' A ,, .-.- I I- :fIQ.,... ' , "" gm ' I . I ffff I 'G -:BT M 'ffffv' sf" "'f5'il, , A 'V " CWA' .... ' i Mfr' " fi ' ,VW ' '1:- ,W ' vo f k.-- 1 ,,,, 3 7 ,. , ,I ,Vps . ' ' ..,. , ' ' ,W we ,, ,f V, I , ' . . ,,.. PHYLLQMA H911 - V 104 N. Fairview We D y XX ' ' ' , 1 1 Z' cs Y " ACADEMIC 1 ..., School: Acorn Rep ter ch Q , V f ZAAAIAI llllr. ,1. , . Show Cast 4 ' 2'::: .'-11-, 1 11- ,.VVVV. ' 'll' . Class: Junior Play 3: it sz X , ,..:1 5 Dance 3, Party 4, P 4 Q2 Clubs: Astrophychem 4: uwenhx , Secretary 4 7 J SUSAN JANE HESPENHEIDE 7107 Sellers Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: UpifDah Art Staff 4: Honor Roll 3: OAK Art Staff 4 Class: Party Committee 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 4: Choral 3: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4 3 3 'Ds Ml ,, ' ' Mew f s vf' ' . , I 'tt xx I 9 J 'ff " I A SHIRLEY JOAN HEISELMOYER 51 S. Brighton Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE School: AllfSchool Show Production 2, 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 4. Clubs: PanfAmerican 2: Rifle 2: Musical Masterpieces 4 MARION ELAINE HENDERSON 7741 Parkview Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Leaders' Group 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Librarian 3, 4: String Quartet 2, 3, 4: District Orchestra 3, 4: State Or' chestra 3: Honor Roll 4: AllfSchool Show Cast 4 Class: OAK Literary Staff 4 Clubs: Astrophychern 3, 4: Hippocrates Z, 3: Latin 2: Musical Masterpieces VicefPresident 3, SecretaryfTreasure,- 4 ROBERT HENN 727 Concord Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: HifY 2, 3, Treasurer 4: Leaders' Group 3, 4, Captain 3: Student Council 2, 4: AllfSchool Show Cast 3, 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4 Class: Treasurer 2, 3, 4: Homerooin Color Captain 2, 3, 4: Commencement Usher 3: Committees: Dance 2, 3, 4: Executive 2, 3, 4: Party 4: Play Usher 4 Clubs: Visual Aids 2, 3 Sports: Varsity Football 2, 4: Wrestling 4 JOAN MILDRED HERZOG 729 Wildell Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Welfare Agent 4: Honor Roll 2, 3 Class: Committees: Dance 4: Play 3: Play Usher 4 Clubs: Astrophychem 4: First Aid and Social Service 3, 4 Sports: Junior Varsity Hockey 3: Varsity Hockey 4 CHARLES SHERVVOOD HEVERLY 116 West Providence Road Aldan SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: HifY 2, 3, 4: AllfSchool Show Cast 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3 Sports: Junior Varsity: Football 2: Vylregf tling 2: Baseball 2: Varsity: Football 3: CofCaptain 4: Vhcstling 4: Baseball 3 I43 SHIRLEY VIRGINIA HILL Killegarry Apartments Upper Darby STLNOCRAPIIIC PURPLE School: Publications Typing Statl 4: XVelf fare Agent 3 Cltzss: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Bowling 2: Choral 2, 3, 4: Rifle 2 3 BARBARA ANN HINKLE 20 Oxford Street Lansdowne .+xt:.'xlvIfIs1IC PURPLE School: UPifDtllI Art Stall' 3: Student Council 4 Class: Committees: Dance 3, 4: Executive 3' Play 4 . . I Clubs: Beans Arts 2, 3: Choral 2, 3, 41 Horace Mann 3, 4: Library 2, 3, Presif dent 4 JOHN WESLEY HITZELBERGER, JR. 7519 Parkview Road Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD School: UpifDul1 Art Stalf 4: AllfSchool Show Production 3: Prizes: Art Awards 2, 3. 4: School and Gimbels Class: Hoinerooin Color Captain 2 Clubs: Bcaux Arts 2: Bowling 2: Musical Masterpieces 2 GEORGE WRIGHT HOFFMAN 7701 Parkview Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC COLD Clubs: Choral 21 Latin 4: Rifle 2 Sports: Varsity Tennis 3. 4 THOMAS E. HUGHES 136 St. Charles Street Oakview l1ISTRlBL'TIX'Ii toI'f1ATIoN I'L'RPI.IZ I44 s I X 5 Y XX X Q 4 X X 5 I 1 Ns Q, we . as t - S- vs . . 7 s f Y X A f y sf 'ts M, at 3 rr ' , Wfwa. . , fl W 3 1 .fa,I,:..,:i W f . ., Q I2 if ,L ' xi ji '3 -aw fs. M -ff: I I-,Ay-fazfvsfflf . W ' ' X Q 5 A-1, ,7 . - 7-, ,-.. . , fr 2 'il I Z 4 f 'Y ,I , V, , I ls Past : I BN , L, was 'Q qt Forgetting . . JERRY CHARLES HILTON 218 Guilford Road Lansdowne ACADEMIC GOLD Clubs: Le Cercle Francais 4 RICHARD MILES HIRSCH 747 Foss Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: Hi-Y 3, 4: Leaders' Group 2, 3, 4: Student Council 2, 3, President 4, Ex- ecutive Committee 4g AllfScbool Show Cast 3, 4: Honor Roll 2, 33 American Legion Prize 3 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Play Usher 3, 4: Commencement Usher 3: Committees: Dance 3: Play 3, 4 Clubs: Latin 2 Sports: Junior Varsity Football Manager 2: Varsity Football 3, 4 BARBARA JOAN HOFF 3213 Burkley Avenue Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Class: Homerooin Color Captain 3 Clubs: Choral 2, 3 Sports: Softball Numerals 2 RICHARD ALLEN HUGHES 224 Avon Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD School: AllfSchool Show Cast 3, 4 Class: Class Color Captain 4: Hoinerooin Color Captain 2, 3, 4 Sports: Softball Numerals 3: Junior Var' sity: Football 3: Basketball 2, 3: Varsity Football 2, 4 MARY JANE HUNTER 1143 Roosevelt Drive Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Acorn Reporter 2: Honor Roll 2: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4 Class: Homerooln Color Captain 2: Comf mencement Usher 3: Play Committee 4 Clubs: Latin 2 . . . This Sweet Memor ROSELMA HILDA HUNTER 83 N. Keystone Avenue Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4 WILLIAM BLACK INNES 7050 Ruskin Lane Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD Sports: Basketball Numerals 3 WILLIAM T. JACKSON 3997 Vernon Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Sports: Softball Numerals 3: Junior Var' sity Cro55fCountry 3 f YI' ll l ll L! f' , -1 VJ - ' , ,f - 1 . Lf- X H 11,-. I' gf X MYRNA LOUISE HUTTON 91 North Union Avenue Lansdowne ACADEMIC GOLD School: Band Color Guard 3, CofCaptain ,, 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4, Com' mittees: Dance 4g Party 4- Clubs: Choral Z, 3, 4: Library 2, 4g Treasurer 3 I , efhr f,fQ,f,,d EL-Q Q , 'ANZ' ,LJ Q! ,fffle ' I ' V3 1 I ,442-14-f ' , ref, ec, aww JM , T ' -' LJZJIA I , LAIJ UM! ! VVV. I , kfloialfe, ar I JOANNE JACKSON 2 S f f " ' f ' f ,ff A I MW 'C , 544 69th Street Blvd. Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC GOLD - 1 2 Ax , ,tt ,," fr, WILLIAM sToCKToN JENKIN ff 168 N. Carol Boulevard Highland Park I , ACCOUNTING PURPLE f Sports: Numerals: Basketball 2, 3: Soft' ball 2 ,tI,,It ' JAY R. JOLL 4002 Lasher Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School. Honor Roll 2, 3, 4. U Sports: Wrestling 2: Junior Varsity: CrossfCountry 4: Wrestling 2: Varsity CrossfCountry 3 IRENE M. JACOB 1122 Myrtlewood Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD School: UpifDah Literary Staff 3, 4: All' School Show Cast 3, Production 3, 4: National Thespiari Society 3, 4: Honor Roll 3, 43 Distinguished Honor Roll 3 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Commit' tees: Party 43 Play 3, 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir HB" 4: Choral Club 3, 4: German 3: Horace Mann 49 e..-f I Tay Wistalvan 4 ROBERT HARRY JOHNSON 212 Sherbrook Boulevard Upper Darby ACCOUNTING PURPLE GORDON ANNING JONES 26 Larchwood Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Clubs: Steinmetz 2, 3, 4: Visual Aids 3, 4 Sports: Junior Varsity Baseball Manager 2: Varsity Baseball Manager 3, 4 Z ll' sf 5 I45 JANET CAROLINE JONES 4020 Lasher Road Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLII Sclzool: Vslellare Agent 3 Class: Committees: Dance Z, Party 3 Clubs: Bowling Z LOUISE LOIS JUELE 207 Hampden Road Upper Darby ACAIIFMIC GOLD Scln-ol: National Thcspian Society 3, 4: :Xll:5chool Show Cast 4 Class: Senior Play Cast 4: Committees: lI.mcr' 3, l'.Irty 4 ROBERT EDWARD KAPP 7023 Radbourne Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE WILLIAM EARL KAUFFMAN, JR. 4109 Sommers Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Class: Comnnttecs: Dance 2, Party Z Clubs: Chess 3, 4, Viecflnresident 3 CARROLL WAYNE KEECH 147 Barrington Road Upper Darby 1.1 NI RAL IIL QINEQQ PURPLE I46 Across 'Ness' L X N x S5313 fa. ' A if-s A .. ix, A ' IN WTR X xr X SWE C er R QS N 3' N l r If Us Ns X 'X Nxt? X : I , , X N ' 32 'sl 7 I X 3: .,.,... Q R. X Nfgws we 3 A S , N LX 5 N Q ss X C Q I S rrx EQ N7 N X ' K ygXXN5r K if ,f v if-h e X7 In ,. sy s X iw the Years . KATHRYN BRANT JONES 66 Albert Avenue Aldan ACADEMIC GOLD School: Color Guard 4 Class: Committees: Dance 2, 3g Party 4: Play 3 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "B" 4: Choral 2,3,4 LAURIE M. KALBACH 630 Copley Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC GOLD School: Welfare Agent 2 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4 DAINIS KARLSONS 12 Harvin Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Class: Honor Roll 3 Clubs: German 4 Leis al? LOC.-ISL l io 0, SALLY uy I louis NRS i QNQX33 - 'I law' ' ' 5 'ij ARLENE RUTH R 107 Magnolia Terrace pper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD BARBARA ANN KENNEDY 5 Church Lane Upper Darby ACc:oL'NTINo COLD School: Honor Roll 3 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4 VMS . . Will Come to Me HELYN MARIE KENNEDY 2433 Eldon Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Acorn Reporter 2: Purple and Gold Spelling Contest Vx7inner 3: Honor Roll 4: AllfSchool Show Production 4 Class: Homerooni Color Captain 4: OAK Literary Staff 4: Committees: Dance 3, 4: Executive 2, 4: Party Z, 4: Play 3, 4: Play Production 3 Clubs: Hippocrates 4: Latin 2, 3 ROBERT TAYLOR KENNEDY 611 Mason Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLIZ School: Acorn Reporter 3, 4: AllfSchool Show Cast 2, 3. 4: National Thespian Society 3. Sergeantfatfiirnis 4: Honor Roll 4 Class: Junior Play Cast 3: Senior Play Cast 4: Dance Committee 2 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Executive Committee 2, 4: President 4: District Chorus 4: Leeuf wenhoek 4 JOHN EDWARD KISELA 4107 Rosemont Avenue Drexel Hill ACCOUNTING GOLD Scltool: Band 3, 4: Orchestra 4 Clubs: Chess 3 BURTON KLEIN 5147 Palmers Mill Rd. Clifton Heights SALESMANSHIP PURPLE Sports: Softball Nurnerals 3 JACOB JOHN KNAPP 7245 Spruce Street Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE , ..... 4, A : ..,, ..,. i f it px f 1 sf , ,eggs if f N fQ f f' f , 5 :.-.t, -,,::,:., . , , W QQ Z 7 fy ess x4 4 f f f ff PW! , 1 KQV! M f NANCY ELIZABETH KENNEDY Way-lin Manor Apartments Lansdowne ACADEMIC GOLD School: Honor Roll 4: Publications Busif ness Staff 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4: Com' mittees: Dance 4, Party 4, Play 3: Play Usher 4 Clubs: Bowling 4: Hippocrates 3: Latin 2g Tay Wistalvan 3, 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 2: Junior Varsity: Hockey 3, Tennis 3: Varsity Hockey 4 CATHERINE JARDINE KIRK 126 Terrace Avenue Upper Darby ACADENIIC PURPLE Entered: September, 1972 BARBARA ANN KLAUS 128 Copley Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Class: Dance Committee 2 Clubs: Bowling 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 2 ,ry f It ETHAN B. W. KLINE -.f 216 South Lynn Blvd. Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Clubs: Leeuwcnhoek 3, VicefPresident 4 MARY JOAN KOCH 458 Wilde Avenue Drexel Hill sr:1ENT1F1C GOLD Scliool: Honor Roll 2, 3, Af- Clubsz Latin 4 Sports: Softball Numerals 3 I47 WALTER KOENIG 50 Hilldale Road Lansdowne .ACADEMIC PURPLE Class: junior Play Cast 3: Senior Play Cast 4 Clubs: Rifle 2 SYLVIA L. KRAMER 7237 Glenthorne Road Upper Darby STPNOCRAPIIIC GOLD THOMAS LAUGHNER 104 Ardsley Road Upper Darby IWISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION GOLD Clubs: Distributive Education 4: Visual Aids 2, 3, 4 ROBERT JAMES LAWSON 1212 Belfield Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4 Clubs: Chess 3, Treasurer 4 VIRGINIA M. LEARY 142 Academy Lane Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Acorn Reporter 23 Leaders' Group Z, 3, 4: Student Council 2: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 3 Class: Homcroom Color Captain 2, 3, 4: Commencement Usher 35 OAK Literary Staff 4: Committees: Dance 3: Execuf tive 2, 4: Party 45 Play 3, 4g Play Usher 4 Clubs: Choral Z, 3: Tay Wistalx'an 3, Treasurer 4 I48 , I 1" , az ffl ff V, X - .3 aaa..--3,4 W? I rm 1- ,. X4 ffmf: . , , 2 9 ,f . Iv .k"' ' 'I - W 3 X 1 V57 Y 7 CWA X4 I fi 4 f V X' 'f 7 X V X 4 2 f f K f A W , W y , M4 V' ws. f:S if ,-1: fc ,sf ik Roll 011 . WALTER RICHARD KORTZE 34 S. Kirklyn Avenue Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD Sports: Iunior Varsity Baseball 2: Varsity Baseball 3 SHIRLEY ANN LA GASSE 56-12 Revere Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD School: Acorn Reporter 2: Leaders' Group 2, 3, 4: AllfSchool Show Cast 3: Honor Roll 2, 3, 45 Distinguished Honor Roll 4 Class: Junior Play Cast 35 OAK Literary Staff 43 Committees: Executive 2, 4: Party 2 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Latin 2: Tay Wistalxfan 2, 3, 4 ALAN FRANKLYN LAUTZ 410 Elizabeth Manor Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2 Clubs: Bowlinv 4: Visual Aids 2, 3, Vice' President 4 SARAH ALVA LAWSON 540 Shadeland Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE School: AllfSchool Show Cast 4 Class: Committees: Dance 4, Party 4 Clubs: Choral 2. 3, 4 JOAN ROBERTA LE BROCQ 241 Ashby Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Class: Committees: Dance 4, Party 4: Play 3 Clubs: Bowling Team 3, VicefPresiclent 4: Choral 2 . . Old River, Roll Cn DAVID D. LEE 48 S. 3rd Street Fernwood SALESMANSHIP GOLD School: Student Council 2: AllfSchool Show Cast 2, 3 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3 Clubs: Choral 3, Executive Committee 4: Visual Aids 2, 3 Sports: Junior Varsity Baseball 2: Varsity Football 2 DAVID L. LICHTENFELD 1045 Blythe Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD School: AllfSchool Show Cast 3, 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3, 4 Clubs: Choral 4 Sports: -lunior Varsity: Football 2: Bascf ball 2: Varsity: Football 3, 4: Most Popular Football Player 3. Ivlaxwell Football Award 4: Baseball 3 SHIRLEY LILLIAN LIMEBURNER 8209 West Chester Pike Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Clubs: Choral 2 RUTH ELIZABETH LITTLE 311 N. Oak Avenue Clifton Heights STENOGRAPHIC GOLD School: Publications Typing Staff 4 HOWARD GEORGE LOFLIN 7433 Rogers Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD Class: Committees: Dance 3, Executive 3: Honor Roll 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4 Sports: Varsity Soccer 2, 3, Captain 4 'mf :NJ :FK .V si fir.. -54 33 BX isN3"?S ,XE 5.1 Q N' A. f X X s ' is X 3 X :ew :if N X 5 X 1 ,ff A X "SIM Z , 1 fr, 1 W X 0 as , . I 4, 7 4 f J 4' ,wwf , Q ' ' :' A , X f M f s X ffv, 'f 3 ' 7 QW X 7 fy ff 4 N f' ' 7 ff 53-W f s ff sf? 4' f isa, W , f , W. Na, 3252- is j. f :.::,,:, It ' f 1 7 X Q 7 K, p f any , ,f ao, , Q , K X X As 7 f 2 sf, X as f :za f 5 ..,. rf SN X , f 7 A . 1 " 344, N T317 if . ' I . .,,f. V .... ,,,. -V LWMZM BARBARA ANN LEVIN 104 E. Providence Road Aidan SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: AllfSchool Show Cast 3, 4: Geomf etry Prize 3 ' Class: Commencement Usher 3: Commit' tees: Dance 3: Executive 4: Party 4: Play 3, 4: Historian 2, 3, 4 LUCILLE ELOISE LIGHT 67 North Union Avenue Lansdowne STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE School: Publications Typing Staif 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 4 Class: Play Committee 4 Clubs: Bowling 3: Choral 2, 3, 4, Execuf tive Committee 3: Library 2, 3, Vice' President 4 TANYA SUZANNE LINEBERRY 531 Derwyn Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD School: Acorn Reporter 2: Welfare Agent 3: National Thespian Society 3, Treas- urer 4: Honor Roll 2 Class: junior Play Stage Crew 3: Corn' mittees: Executive 2, Party 2 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "B" 4: Choral 2, 3, 4 RICHARD PITT LITTLETON 174 Sherbrook Boulevard Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3, 4 BARBARA DOROTHY LONG 1033 Cornell Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE School: AllfScliool Show Cast 3, 4: Honor Roll 2, 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3, 4: Dance Committee 3 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 2 Sports: Basketball Numerals 3 I49 SUZANNE BARBARA LOUX 716 Shadeland Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD School: Acorn Reporter 23 HifY 3, 43 Leaders' Group T., 4: Student Council 3, 4: Executive Committee 43 AllfSchool Show Cast 3: Production 43 National Thcspian Society Z, 3, President 4: Honor Roll 3, 4 Class: Secretary 4: Homeroom Color Cap' tain 2. 43 junior Play Stage Crew 3. Stage Manager 3: Senior Play Stage Crew 2, 3. 4, Stage Manager 4: Play Usher 3: Committees: Dance 4, Exccn tive 4. Party 4 Clubs: Hippocrates Treasurer Z: Pan' :Xincrican 3 Sports: Junior Varsity Tennis 3 BARBARA ANNE LUKENS 309 Lincoln Avenue Lansdowne .wfxlilfiulu GQLD School: Publications Business Stall' 3. Circulation lvlanagcr 43 AllfSchool Show Cast 2: Honor Roll 4 Class: Play Usher 33 Commencement Usher 33 Committees: Dance 2, 43 Play 3, 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 43 Astro' phycheiu 3, 43 Choi-al Z, 3, 43 Hofgqp Mann 33 Latin 2: Le Cercle Francais 3: Library 3: Musical Masterpieces 3 Sports: Junior Varsity Tennis Manager 3: Varsity Tennis Manager 4 PHILIP ALLEN MAC IULLOCH 7106 Atlantic Avenue Upper Darby SALIESMANSHIP GOLD School: Honor Roll 2, 3 WILLIAM MACOS, JR. 1445 Keystone Avenue Upper Darby ACADELIIC GOLD EILEEN ROSE MALEC 213 Bishop Avenue Clifton Heights STENOCRAPIIIC PURPLE School: Honor Roll 2, 3 Clubs: Choral 2 I50 Through gif f If . -. , 8 , V32 QM 15,4 if W M ,f 9 4 . f ,V 3 , f ,," aff? f 2 I , , -Z , vw ':3iE35:2 ' , X E in Q2 9 X, ,WI t 3 W Ugg , 4 ig.. ,,,... V .. X .. f f Z ff f z 7 :if 7 4 7 Wy, W af -r ,NNW 9, Darkness , Ti x " fun- I ,,,f V, s ,. "ww Z3 is I 4' i f D , ..-shew, f , t. at W ,. Wfxfi. . V: V' 37..5:s:.-:.,- ,Q 52213. 2 X . 3 , s 254 E 1 Img, X f og 4 Q 3 Mk? EQ ,fag 7 1: s QE f, V-.X ,, f fl' 5 , +43 14:55 , 3 ., 7 ' ,X , , ., I, f 7 X W7 i X' J l S! 3 ll i f! . f P X ,S s , W X 27 A SVS A 5 + f . , 4, W Vx ' Qs 1 s X 7 if v f is x 7 X f Ms 6 Z 2 f Q f , sf fy W To Dawn... CAROL LOUISE LUKE S16 Winfield Avenue Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE School: Acorn Art Stall: 3: UpifDalI Art Stall 3: Welfare Agent 23 Elizabeth Kingsley Art Award 3 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Com' Initteesz Dance 2, 3, 4g Party 4g Play 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 2 SARAH P. LYON 7 Ardsley Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Acorn Editorial Board 4: Publi' cations Business Staff 2, Assistant Busif ness Manager 3, Business Manager 43 HifY 2, 3, 43 Leaders' Group 2, 3. 43 Student Council 2. 33 National Thesf pian Society 3, Clerk 4g Honor Roll 2, 3g AllfSchool Show Production 2, 3, 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 23 Play Usher 33 Commencement Usher 33 Com' Inittees: Bulletin Board 2: Dance 3g Party 2, 43 Play 3, 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "B" 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Hippocrates 2, 4, Secretary 3g Tay Wistalvan 2, 3, 4 Sports: ,lunior Varsity: Hockey 3, Tennis 3 FRED' EMERSON MAC DONALD 5229 Apache Lane Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD Class: Executive Committee 3 Sports: Basketball Numerals 3: junior Varsity: Baseball 2, Basketball 3 THOMAS FRANCIS IVIAHONEY 2417 Cedar Lane Drexel Hill SALESMANSHIP GOLD School: AllfSchool Show Cast 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 33 Committees: Dance 2, 3: Executive 3, 4: Party 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 3, 4g Choral 2, 3, 4 Sports: Softball Numerals 3g Cross Coun- try Novice Race Winner 4g Varsity Cross Country 4 MICHELINA M. MANCO 111 Kenmore Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE Class: Committees: Dance 3, Party 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4 ,Til Da light ls Cone ALICE JOY MANDEL 6906 Ruskin Lane Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Acorn Art Stall' 3, 4: UpifDah Art Staff 3, 4: Welfare Agent 3: All' School Show Cast 3, 4: Honor Roll Z, 3. 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 4 Class: Homcroom Color Captain Z: OAK Art Stall 4: Committees: Dance 3: Play 3, 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 3. 4: Diff trict Chorus 3, 4: Beaux Arts 2. Secretary 3: Choral 2, 3, 4: Latin Z: Tay Wistalx'an 3, 4 CHARLES ROBERT MANNING 1145 Roosevelt Drive Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD School: Honor Roll 4 Class: Executive Committee 4 ALBERTA WILMA MARTIN Lynn Blvd. BC Wadas Ave. Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD School: Honor Roll 3 Class: Committees: Dance 3. Party 4, Play 4 ROBERT SAMUEL MARTINO 371 Edmonds Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD Sports: Soccer Numerals 2: Junior Var- sity: Football 2: Basketball 2, 3 ELIZABETH LOU MAUSER 7135 Radbourne Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD School: Leaders' Group 3, 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 3 Class: Committees: Dance 3, 4: Play 3 Clubs: Horace Mann, Vicefljresident 3. President 4: Latin 2: Bowling 2, 3, 4 .4 l CATHERINE A. MANFREDI 320 Derwyn Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC COLD Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3 Clubs: Beaux Arts 3: ChOrHl 23 Pan' American 2, 4 CO'NSTANCE LO'RRAINE MARSH 1133 Hollywood Avenue Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC GOLD Clubs: Choral 3 FRANCES STEWART MARTIN 444 Fairfax Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD School: HifY 2 3, 4: Student Council 2: AllfSchool Show Cast 3: Honor Roll 2, 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Com- mencement Usher 3: OAK Literary Staff 4: Committees: Executive 2, 3: Dance 2, 3, 4: Party 2, 4: Play 3 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 4: Choral 3, 4: District Chorus 4: Latin 2, 3, 4: Tay Wistalxfan 2, 3, 4 ffl f.,,f, RA D NEIN MASSER, JR. 235 W nnefvood Avenue Lansdowne IHISTRI VE E 'CATION GOLD lchool: FQerpi'i ' 7 Group Z: Honor ss: HomerooQ?Col?Captain 2 C11 s: . ribut1'e E ucation 4: Visual A' Soil 4 Lp y Z5 XX-jf Q? MARY JANE MCBRIDE 102 N. Fairview Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE ISI DONALD McBRYAN 533 Hampshire Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Scliool: Student Council 3, 4: Honor Roll 3, 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3 Sports: Basketball Nunierals 3 RICHARD C. MCCORMICK 821 Drexel Avenue Drexel Hill SClI'NTllflC GOLD Scli IIII l: Fiugcrprinting Group 2 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2 Clubs: Lccuwcnhoelt 2 Sports: Soccer Numerals 3 CORNELIUS F. MCCULLOUGI-I 632 Copley Road Upper Darby SALESMANSHIP GOLD Sports: lunior Varsity Football 2: Varsity Baseball 3, 4 ANNE BARBARA MCELFRESH 926 Drexel Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: Publications Business Staff 3: OAK Manager 4: Hi'Y 2, 3, 4: Student Council 2, 3, 4: Executive Committee 4: AllfSchool Shoxv Cast 2, 3: Production 4: National Thespian Society 3, 4: Honor Roll Z, 3, 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3, 4: 'lunior Play Cast 3: Commencement Usher 3: Committees: Dance 2, Party 4, Play 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir HA" 4: Choral Z, 3, 4: First Aid and Social Service 4: Latin 3, 4: Tay Vvlistalvan 2, 3, 4 LOUISE MARIE MCFADDEN S29 Wilde Avenue Drexel Hill GFNFRAL BUSINESS GOLD Class: Homcrooin Color Captain 2 Clubs: Choral Z l52 Carr Cnvvard . . . ARTHUR B. McCALL 929 Fairfax Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD School: Student Council 4, Treasurer 4: Executive Committee 4: A. A. Council 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4: Play Usher 3: Committees: Dance 3, 4g Executive 3: Play 3 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 4: Choral 3, 4 Sports: Junior Varsity Cross Country 23 Varsity: Cross Country 3, Co'Captain 4: Wrestling 2, 3, 4 CAROLYN HELEN MCCOY 7032 Ruskin Lane Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3, 4: Dance Committee 4 Clubs: Bowling 3, 4: Team 4 DON MCDOW ELL 6716 Montgomery Avenue Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD Entered: September, 1952 LINDA ANN McEVOY 53-1 Revere Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Acorn Reporter 2: Welfare Agent 3: Honor Roll 3 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Junior Play Cast 3: Commencement Usher 3: OAK Literary Staif 4: Committees: Dance 3: Party 2, 4: Play 4: Play Usher 4 Clubs: Bowling 4: Latin 2: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4: Library 2 PATRICK JOSEPH McGOWEN 2226 Manor Avenue Llanarch Hills ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD . Old Father of treams LOIS MAE MCKEEVER 6 Cloverdalel Avenue Upper Darby, STENOGRAPI-IIC GOLD School: Publications Typing Staff 4: All- School Show Cast 3 Clubs: Bowling 23 Choral 2, 3 Sports: Softball Numerals 3 I PATRICIA ANNE MELVILLE 7958 Arlington Avenue Upper Darby ACCOUNTING GOLD School: Honor Roll Z, 3 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4 Sports: Hockey Nurnerals 2 THOMAS WILLIAM MESI 14 Sunshine Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Art Prize 3: Honor Roll 4 ALBERT KENNETH MESSEL 503 Drexel Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Honor Roll 2, 4 Class: I-Iorneroorn Color Captain 2 Clubs: Chess 3, 4, Secretary 35 German Z, 3, President 4: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4: PanfArnerican 4: Leeuwenhoek 4 'Y ,fffff I ff 2 1 x- , . R. MI L R.ff1z,fl 180 St. ajuence Ro d pper if arby SAL ANsH-IP J' " XP PLE Schoolrflgiinmations Business," '21 Welfare Agent 2 Aff Class. Horner , or Captain 2 Clubs.: lim I I f ,RL LEE McQUAID 722 Stanbridge Road Dr0Xel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Welfare Agent 4: Honor Roll 4 Class: Party Committee 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir HB" 4: BeaL1X Arts, Treasurer 3: Choral 2, 3, 4 NORMA JANET MERKINS 28 South Second Street Fernwood STENOGRAPHIC GOLD Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4 Sports: Softball Numerals 3 MICHAEL EDWARD MESIROV 126 Chatham Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Honor Roll 3, 4g Distinguished Honor Roll 3 Class: Commencement Usher 3 JOAN METERISSIAN 917 Harper Avenue Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD School: National Thespian Society 4 Class: Party 2 MARJORIE ANN MILLER 1014 Cobbs Street Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE School: Publications Typing Staff 4: Stu, Clexntl Council 'lg Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 3 IS3 CHARLOTTE DIANE MILLIS 239 N. Linden Avenue Upper Darby ACADLNIC PURPLE Class: Party Committee 4 EILEEN PHYLLIS MOFFA 6511 Vine Street Philadelphia .-XC.-Xlllflkllli GOLD Clubs: Choral 4 ANTHONY MORELLI 7823 Westview Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3 Clubs: Horace Mann 2: World Affairs Forum 3 Sports: ,lunior Varsity Baseball 3, Basketf hall 3: Varsity Soccer 4 MARTHA LOU MORGAN 635 Villa Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Scliool: Leaders' Group 4: Honor Roll 2: Distinguished Honor Roll Z, 3, 4, HifY 4: AllfSchool Show Production 4 Class: Play Usher 3, 4: GAR Literary Stall 4: Committees: Dance 2, 3: Execuf tive 4: Party 4: Play 3, 4: Commence' ment Usher 3 Clubs: A Cappella Choir MA" 3, 4: Astrophyehcm 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Latin 2: Library 2, 3: Musical Masterpieces 3: Tay XVistalx'an 3, 4 DAVID HARRY MORTON 4114 School Lane Drexel Hill SCIFNTIVIC PURPLF School: Vvlellare Agent 2 Class: Party Committee 2 Clubs: Chess 3, 4: Leeuwenhoek 2, 3. President 4 we in off' v"'25'5fs' Cur orrows, GUI' loys . is sr t, fa ' W -, ,f are ' , f sv' Q, X:- . 1 - f :V aw--Mu! s ' of , t ti, X , .:fff- W fs 4 V R Q sf f X .... M, Q MARY JOYCE MITCHELL 517 Fairfax Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Publications Business Stall 2: HifY Z, 3, 4: Student Council 3, 4: Welfare Agent 2: All-School Show Production 2, 3: Cast 3, 4: Band 2, 3: Orchestra Z, 3: HifQ Team 4: Distin- guished Honor Roll 2, 3. 4 Class: Play Usher 3, 4: Commencement Usher 3: OAK Literary Staff 4: Editor' infChief 4: Committees: Dance 3: Play 3, 4 Clubs: Latin, Treasurer 2, President 3, 4: Tay Wistalvan 2, 3, 4 Sports: Iunior Varsity: Basketball 2, 3: Tennis 3 EDMUND FRANCIS MOORE 430 Grace Road Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE Class: Homeroorn Color Captain Z Clubs: Agriculture 2, 3, 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 2 HOWARD CAMPBELL MORGAN 3814 Taylor Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD School: Acorn Reporter 3, 4: Leaders' Group 4: AllfSchool Show Cast 3: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: National Thespian Society 4 Class: junior Play Cast 3: Senior Play Cast 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 3, Presif dent 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Latin Treasurer 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4 Sports: Cross Country Manager 2, 3 CLAIRE LOUISE MORRIS 4000 Bonsall Avenue Drexel Hll STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE School: Acorn Art Staif 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 3 Class: QAK Art Staff 4: Committees: Dance 4, Play 4 Clubs: Beaux Arts 2, 3, 4: Rifle 3, 4 Sports: Rifle 3, 4 ROBERT L. MORTON 4916 Woodland Avenue Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE . and Cui' Dreams ROBERT CHARLES MOSES 5028 Marvine Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE Scliool: Welfare Agent 2 Class: Hoinerooni Color Captain Z, 3 Clubs: Pan-American 3 Sports: Junior Varsity Football 2 EDWARD WYNNE MURPHY 63 S. Brighton Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD Scliool: UpifDal1 Art Stall 3 Sports: Basketball Nunierals 2 JOHN JOSEPH MURPHY 738 Fairfax Road Drexel Hill ACCOUNTING PURPLE Scliool: Vfclfare Agent 2 SI-HRLEY ANNE MURPHY 351 West Park Lane Clifton Heights ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Drurn Majorette 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3 KENNETH EARL NEFF 803 E. Penn Pines Blvd. Clifton Heights SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Hi-Y 3, 4: Purple and Cold Spell' ing Contest 3g Honor Roll 3, 4 Class: Junior Play Cast 3g Senior Play Cast 4 'f Clubs: Le Cercle Francais 4 'Cf 7. Z x 5. I f "f:"g:fg ,X , W K JW 7 z ,. ,Q vw , W :M 4' ,f Z4 ,MW Q' W A , -ff ff W 'xg 2 yzwf 1 W , , M ' fx. ' ,QM5 : 1' .::' In 1 J, K A X3 Qt 2 VV' f , fee? rf 2 Zia? , 1 f 'rally lr all 'W EDMOND JOHN MURPHY 222 Fairview Avenue Upper Darby ACADIQMIC GOLD Class: Honieroom Color Captain 2 Sports: Junior Varsity Baseball 2 JAMES HOWARD MURPHY 7005 Hilltop Road Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE School: Band 4: Orchestra 2, 4 Clubs: Choral 3 ROBERT A. MURPHY 121 Burmont Road Oakview IJISTRIBUTIVE EDLYCATION PURPLE Clubs: Distributive Education 4 GENEVIEVE CECILIA NARKEY 308 Hampden Road Upper Darby ACADI'iMIC COLD Entered: September, 1952 Scliool: Atom Reporter 4 ELIZABETH ANNE NESTLER 4426 Huey Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD Scliool: Committees: Dance 3, Party 2 Clubs: German 3, 4: PanfAmerican 2: Choral 2, 3, 4 I55 RICHARD FRANCIS NEWBY 312 Bayard Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS COLD Sports: Varsity Cross Country Miinagci: 4: Nurncrailsz Basketball 3 ANNA ELIZABETH NICOLA 7279 Walntit Street Upper Darby Aki.-XlWMllT GOLD brln-nl: :Xllbcliool Slum' Cast 2, 3, 4 Clrlssi l'lU1llCI'0iHI11 Color Captain '25 33 Coininittccs: Dance 3, 4: Party 4 Clubs: Clioiuil 2, 3, 41 PanfAmerican 2 Sports: Basketball Numcruls 3 I EDWARD JUDE NOBLE 927 Fariston Drive Drexel Hill SALESMANSHIP GOLD Clubs: Bowling 4 MARTHA META NORDBRUCH 930 Anderson Avenue Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE School: AllfScl1ool Show Cast 3 Class: Dance Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Bowling 3: Choral 3, 4, Rifle 3 PATRICIA ANN O'CONNOR 242 Sanford Road Upper Darby STI NUI-RAPIIIC PURPLE Sclnml: Piiblioitions Typing Stull 4: Welf Luc :Xgcnt 4: National Tliespian SO- cicty 3. 4: Honor Roll Z, 3, 4: Acorn Reporter 4 Class: Hoineriioni Color Captain Z: Junior Play Cast 3: Committees: Dance 4. Play 3 Sports: Bowling 2 I56 Colden X K PM e six X, N X1 s S S E t ':s.:.:.x ..:. x W Y 'ic , , S as i A N ' f p ll fy- 3 A f SX X v f X gx x X M 5 499' , 5 ' ' 4 , 4 A , x ' 5, A I ' . X ,r., f Q - .f 7 Fi A -::::a:..f.. : l i. -' 'yr ,M H . f pg, A .. ' ,. :2f:r:.E55, . 6 ., ' Days In the SIIIISIIIIIC . . LORETTA NEWMAN 110 Glencoe Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Sclroolz AllfScl1ool Sliow Cast 3, 4: Pro' duction 3, 4: National Tliespian Soci' cty 3, -Ig Honor Roll 3, 4 Classs Play Production 3: OAK Literary Stall 4: Committees: Dance 2, 3, 4: Party 2, 4: Play 3, 4 ELAINE EDNA NIXON 742 Concord Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE Scbool: Honor Roll 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 4 JUNE SHIRLEY NOBLE 2442 Stoneybrook Lane Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Scltoulz UpifDal1 Literary Staff 4, Welf fare Agent 4 Clubs: Choral 4, Library 4 JEROME CARLTON NUNN 5136 Westley Drive Clifton Heights SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Student Council 4: All'SCllO0l Show Cast 3, Honor Roll 2 Class: Honieroom Color Captain 4: Dance Committee 3 Sports: Softball Nuinerals 3: Junior Varf sity Football 3: Varsity Football 4 SHIRLEY GAIL OELENSCHLAGER 2417 Bond Avenue Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC GOLD Sclzool: AllfSchool Show Cast 4 Class: Committees: Dance 3, Play 3 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4 . . . Of Our Happ Youth JUNE HELEN OLSEN 549 Littlecroft Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3: Dance Committee 4 Sports: Junior Varsity: Hockey 3, Baskctf ball 2, 3: Varsity Hockey 4 JOAN MARILYN OSMAN 7802 Beverly Boulevard Upper Darby SCIE NTIFIC GOLD School: Acorn Art Staff 4: Upi-Dali Literary Staff 4: UpifDt1li Art Stall 4: Honor Roll 2. 3. 4: AllfSchool Show Cast 4 Class: Committees: Party Z. 41 Dance 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 3. 4: Choral 2, 3. 4: Latin 3. 4 JOYCE CHRISTINA PALMER 936 Foss Avenue Drexel Hill ACADESIIC PURPLE School: Vselfare Agent 3 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 4: Choral bwf"L'5l . gZ2fvnfJ5l-- ,,,.L 411' WU' +7 O Q LI-Lew DEL TINDALL PARK 37-10 Revere Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Honor Roll 4: Hi-Y 4 Class: Class Color Captain 4: Homeroorn Color Captain 2, 3. 4: Dance Com- mittee 3, 4: Play Usher 4 Clubs: Visual Aids Z Sports: Varsity: Football 3, 4: Basketball 3. 4: Track 3, 4 RICHARD DALE PATCH 2265 Garrett Road DreX2l Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD School: Purple and Gold Spelling Contest 3 ,MQ ss' ' V , -afijir - if I -:--a ... . - - X I W 7 f Z XA A ,I - ' 4 of N f 1 'WA , f wk 3 Z I 3 Q7 X Q 7, MARIE VIOLET O'NEILL 25 Windsor Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Class: Committees: Dance 4, Party 4, Play 3 Clubs: Bowling Club 3, Secretary 4, Team 3, 4 RICHARD THOMAS PADULA 2813 Marshall Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: Pingerprinting Group 2, 3: HifY 2, 3, 4: Lcadersl Group 2, 4: Student Council 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 4 Class: President 2, 3, 4: Class Color Cap' tain 2, 3: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3, 4: Commencement Usher 3: Com' mittees: Dance 2, 3: Executive 2, 3, 4: Party 4: Play 3, 4 Sports: Junior Varsity Football 2: Varf sity: Football 3, 4: Wrestling 2, 3, "if Captain 4 JOSEPH J. PARADINE 5121 Pontiac Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD Entered: September, 1952 School: Acorn Art Stall 4: UpifDah Art Staff 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 4: Beaux Arts 4: Choral 4 MARILYN ANN PARNES 2339 Marshall Road Lansdowne DISTRIBLTTIYE EDUCATION GOLD Clubs: Choral 2: Distriburive Education 4 't m ,A-' an ,J , F ' ' V L: M' JAMES F. PAMIERSON t 120 Bead E r Uppfer'D'sfrl5y SCIENTIFFICJ , , , 1 4 GOLD' Entered: September, 1952 Class: Play Usher 4 l W . ,I l57 Colden Days Full of Innocence . SHIRLEY MAE PATTERSON 4039 Vernon Road Drexel Hill liEINf'.RAI. IEUSINFSS COLD Sclwol: Culur Guard 3, 4 Class: Cunnnittccs: Dance Z, 3, 4: Play 3 Clubs: A Cappella Clioir "B" 4: Cliurul 'Y 'A 4 cl? ,, ,J . C-,V P IICI E PEABODY , if IFPS- elxvflfyl A Drexel Hill SEQ f-muwile X In C4 J GOLD Wall: I' IRW flrixs' fl. ' Ls Q' 4 . llllilvrnl '21, Liifui 1 ,M ,Mfl ' 1 mxbf, I JOAN CATHERINE PELLY 217 S. Lynn Boulevard Upper Darby ALI.-Xl5liM1C PURPLE Scliuulz Orchestra 2, 3. 4: District Or' cliestra 3, 4: String Quartet 3, 4: All' School Show Cast 4 Class: Play Committee 3 Clulwx: Astropliyclmem Secretary 4: Choral 4: Horace Mann 4: Musical Master' pieces Secretary 3 DONALD BYNUM PERKINS 422 Alexander Avenue Drexel Hill QCILNTIFIU PURPLE Entered: September, 1952 Spurrx: Baskctlmll Nuinerals 4 ELIZABETH TENNANT PHILLIPS 1012 Ormond Avenue Drexel Hill SCII NTIIIC GOLD Sr-lzuulg HLY 3, 4: AllfSclIoul Show Cast 3: ljiwvcliiction 2. 31 National Tliwpizm Society 3, 4: l-lumix' Roll 2, 3, 4: Dis' Iiuguiflwccl Humor Rull 3, 4 Clan: Cummcncciiicnt U-liei' 3: CAR Litcixiry Stull' 4: Cuinmitteesz Executive 43 lll.Iy 3. 43 Hoiucruoiu Colm' Captain Clulmv Cllwinil Z, 4: Hippocrzites 3, 4: Linn 1, 3. 4 Sporty l-luclaey Nuiucralx 21 luniui' Vai' NNY: l'luckcy 3. Captain ?: Tennis 33 Xiill'-HX' Hffclgcx' 4 l53 rr Er ' ...W-1 , f. A, X xv V: Q X ,Q SER vii, f x Z: X7 f' f .5 W x 7 U 1 7 wx, W 4 1 af , W X R 4 e vrv X 1 V, X X f 7 I S Q X f N KWH My ,y 1 4 IW 9 ml w- 4 f 1,5 2 I Q7 RICHARD CHARLES PAULS 7227 Hilltop Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD PATRICIA ANN PEDDER 633 Copley Road SALESMANSHIP PURPLE Upper Darby JAMES JOSEPH PENTIMALL 7222 Radbourne Rd. SALESMANSHIP GOLD Upper Darby School: Honor Roll 4 Sports: Varsity Cross Country 3 ROBERT DONALD PE STO 157 Westdale Road Upper Darby ACAIUEMIC GOLD ROBERDIE L. PIERUCCI 8012 Lennox Avenue Upper Darby IIISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION PURPLE Class: I-Iomerooin Color Captain 2, 4 Clubs: Distribucive Education 4 Sports: Softball Numcrals 2, 3 and Full of Truth GAIL AUDREY PITTINOS 4400 Bloomfield Avenue Drexel Hill ACADE MIC GOLD School: Leaders' Group 2, 3, 4: Student Council 2 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3: OAK Art Statl 4, Committees: Dance 3, 4: Play 3, 4 Clobs: A Cappella Choir "A" 4: Beaux Arts 4: Choral Z, 3, 4: Horace Mann 4 Sports: Softball Numerals 3 ANITA PORRECA 1017 Childs Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD School: A. A, Council 4: Vfellare Agent 3: Honor Roll 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain -lg Dance Committee 3, 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 2 Sports: Cheerleading 2, 3, Captain 4 HARRY BUTLER PRICE, JR. 208 N. Lynn Boulevard Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: Urchestra 2 Clubs: Agriculture President 4, Rifle 2, 3 RUTH E. PUSEY 427 Bishop Avenue Secane STEXOCRAPHIC PURPLE School: AllfSchool Show Cast 3 Class: Dance Committee 3 Clubs: Choral 2, 3 VIOLA BEATRICE RASCH 1225 Myrtlewood Avenue Upper Darby scirxriric GOLD School: Welfai'e Agent 4 Class: Dance Committee 3 Clubs: A Cappella Choir HB" 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Latin 2 X a, I ' :V 1 , 4,55 V - ,of :at - ' s V V! 'I '4 C 4 f Wf Q f X 3 Z 5 7 W If Z J ' , . KJ f X AZ! Alil A M , , f 'gh W, f ,W ff , f, , !. ,, Z, , ,sw ,fa A 0 f CW' 1, , ,l""'V 1,9 Z I J, , , 7 I 7 , ,ff M . I ,v i gf l f XL VI awp. A ,, , Wag ,, K 51' :, H , ,Z I X f, 1 ,..,. .M .,, ,, -, M t f 7? V V if V f C My ' ff NIDRA POLLER 1215 Bellield Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE Sghoolg UpifDah 3, Editor'infChief 45 Student Council 4: All-School Show Cast 3, Purple and Gold Spelling Con' test 3: Honor Roll 35 Distinguished Honor Roll 3, 4: HifY 4 l Class: Commencement Usher 33 Commit' tees: Dance 3, Executive 3, Play 4 I Clubs: PanfAmerican 2, 3, 4: Tay Wisf talvan 2, 3, 4 LOIS JEAN POTTER 412 Midvale Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE School: Weli'are Agent 4: Honor Roll 2 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3: Com' mittees: Dance 4, Party 4 Clubs: Bowling 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4 DOROTHY E. PRICHARD 8 Marlborough Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC GOLD School: Honor Roll 2, 3 Class: Horneroom Color Captain 2 Clubs: Choral 2, 3 JOYCE RACHEL RANKIN 215 S. Cedar Lane Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD Class: Committees: Dance 2, 3, 4: Play 4 Clubs: Beaux Arts Z: Library 2, 3: Choral 2, 3 EVELYN LOIS REAMER 5226 Palmers Mill Road Clifton Heights DISTRIBLTIVIE EDUCATION GQLD School: Crchestra Z Clubs: Choral 2, 3: Distributive Education -l I59 ol ,ya SHELBURNE BRASHEAR REBOK 4506 Marvine Avenue Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE School: Vslcllare Agent 25 Orchestra 2: Honor Roll Z Class: Senior Play Cast 4 Clubs: Choral Z, 3 DONALD WILLIAM REHMANN 775 Shelbourne Road Upper Darby IIISTRIIXUTIVE IIDUCATION GOLD Clubs: DistI'ihutix'c Education 4 laslfll Wx FRED WILLIAM RIEDEL Ruskin Lane Upper Darby ACADEISIIC GOLD Sports: Junior Varsity Baseball 2 LILLIAN FRANCES RIZZO 201 E. Greenwood Avenue Lansdowne STENOCRAPHIC GOLD Class: Committees: Party 4, Flax' 3 Clubs: Bowling 3, 4: Choral 4: Le Cercle Francais 2 I60 In Our Hearts We Relnelnber . I 1 f 4 - '--' ,wk 'fl ":, , gl fs af Q ir 7 f W f 7 N X W 7 W7 f' X ,ff Q Y f fu s ,W ff! , is 7 of ff ' f ,wif 1, , ' '17 I V Q 'f W' 'ffsfcfhv If .94 V' -vac' 40 KIRK I ov6byX ' V J 51 WILLIAM CLIFFORD' REHFUSS, JR. 4346 Woodland Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 2 FRED' JONES REID 180 Marlborough Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD School: Honor Roll 3 ROBERT MARTIN REYNOLDS 747 Mason Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: HifY 2, 3 45 Leaders' Group 2, 3, 4: Student Council 4, Honor Roll 4: AllfSchool Show Cast 3, 4, Distinf guished Honor Roll 4 Class: Homeroorn Color Captain 2, 3g Commencement Usher 3 Sports: Varsity: Football 2, 3, CofCaptain 4, Track 2, 3, 4 HELEN VIRGINIA RIFE 905 Alexander Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: AllfSchool Show Cast 3, 4: Honor Roll 3 Class: Homeroorn Color Captain 2, Com' mittees: Dance 3: Play 3, 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "B" 4: Bowling 3, 4, Team 3: Choral 2, 3, Le Cercle Francais 3, 4: Rifle 2, 3, 4 JANET DAVIS RODERICK 825 Roberts Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: AlIfSchooI Show Cast 2, 3 Class: Homer-oom Color Captain 2, 3g Dance Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 3, 4, Rifle 2, 3, 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 3: Varsity Rifle 2, 3, Cof'Captain 4 Thee All Else Above MICHAEL A. RODGERS 704 Concord Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC COLD Entered January, 1953 HARRY M. ROGERS 513 Maryland Avenue Clifton Heights ACCOUNTING PURPLE School: Band Z. 3: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4 Class: Homerooni Color Captain 4 Sports: Junior Varsity Cross Country Z, 3: Varsity Cross Country 4 CARMEN A. ROSATO 51 S. Madison Avenue Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE RONALD JOHN ROSSI 80 S. Brighton Avenue Upper Darby ACCOUNTING PURPLE JOHN EDWARD RUANE 4409 Dermond Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: Publications Business Staff 2: Pingerprinting Group 35 Band 2, 3: Honor Roll 2 Clubs: Latin 25 Leeuwenhoek 2, 3: World Affairs Forum 2, 3, 4 Sports: Soccer Numerals 3 l fi ,ff 2 Z 1 44 fl 4 1 X f 1- f X fl f ig Z 4 W .Wm tag? a ll 4 W , , 1, 1 7 f y f , f X QQ f f f x f f f ,, ,f I W f , 4-f X f iq f X ' xv I ,ya 1 9 1.1 6 ilk f i 2, W f W 7 tg , f X s fx it ,v X X , iff,- l WN 4 ii CAROL WHITNEY ROGERS 7008 Hilltop Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE Class: Coinnutteesz Dance 4, Party 4 Clubs: Bowling 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 43 Le Cercle Francais 2 LEE ROLLESTON 318 Lakeview Avenue Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD School: AllfScl'Iool Show Cast 4 Class: Dance Committee 4 BARBARA ROSEN 714 Derwyn Road Drexel Hill DISTRIBIQTIVE EDUCATION PURPLE School: Acorn Reporter 2: Purple and Gold Spelling Contest 3g Honor Roll 4 Class: Comrnittees: Dance 2, Party 2, Play 3 Clubs: Beaux Arts 2: Bowling 2, 3, Choral 2. 3: Distributive Education 4: Le Cercle Francais 2, 35 Library 2, 3 ANN JANE ROWELL 821 Harper Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD School: Student Council 2, Secretary 4. Executive Coininittee 4, All-School Show Cast 3, Production 4: National Tbespian Society 3, 4: Honor Roll 3, 43 HifY 43 Acorn Reporter Z Class: Junior Play Stage Crew 3: Senior Play Stage Crew 4: OAK Literary Staff 4: Coininitteesz Dance 3, Party 4 Clubs: Hippocratcs 2, 3, Secretary 4 DALE BRUCE RUHMEL 2244 Harwood Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE Sports: Basketball Nuinerals 4 lbl ROBERT WILLIAM RUHSER 505 California Avenue Aldan JZKCAIWI MILE GOLD Clubs: Rillc 21 Fcncin 2 WALTER ALBERT SALM 715 Wlindcriiiere Avenue Drexel Hill ARIS .XXII 1'R.xI'I'5 PLRPLP STEPHEN ROSS SAND 7221 Brent Road Upper Darby SCILNTIFIC PURPLE Sfllimli Holiul' Roll 4 Clubs: Chess Treasurer 3, VicefPresident 4 ,f' lGORDON HUNT SANTMYERS 805 Addingham Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLL Sclwol: Acorn Reporter 3, 45 Honor Roll 41 Public Speaking 1 Prize Cltixsz vluninr Play Cust 31 Senior Play Cist 4: Dome Crnnmittce 4 Clubs: L.ItIn Z, 3, 4: Le Certle Francziis 3. 4 Sp-IVI5: vlnni--r Varsity Tcnnil 3 BARBARA ANNE SCHAEFFER 208 Hazelwood Avenue Aldan Sf ll XIII Ir' PVRPLI' Srlriwl: ff-:lor Cusird 3. CII'CzIpt4Iin 4: HIIIIIII' RI-II 2. 3: Dietinguixbccl l-lrmor Roll 3 Lltiuz lTf'll'1llllllCCNl Dante 4, Pzirty 4. llfijv A Lllllvi .-X-trrlpliytlicin 3. Vicefljrcfidcnt 4. 1' 5 VIH I l l W l62 W, lolden Days . J 1,2 A? 0 C ,V , f ff by A: 4 Q GEORGE ROE RYON, JR. 4022 Ellendale Road Drexel Hill :'CII5NTIFIC PURPLE Clulm: Stcinmet: 3, 4 JANE ELAINE SALTER 4100 Marvine Avenue Drexel Hill RTENOGRAPHIC PURPLE Class: Dance Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 4, Tay Vslistalvan 4 vi f. ak 4 ff I .Q -' J id' t ' I . ' wb , 1 ,,. . - l"r'i' ""' "ff f , I l ,F JAMES DONALD' SANDER I 265 S. Bayberry Lane Upper Darby SALESIVIANSI-IIP PIJRPLIE ,E Clubs: Bowling 3, 4 3 3 NORMAN J. sANToRA 7260 Spruce Street Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC J PURPLE Sclmol: Honor Roll 71,4 I - Clam: Hi,1l116IOKJl1TlCt56f' Cafptaiii 5 5 i I Clubs: Cli,gsgI,PregIcl5nt Q, 4, ,gleam 3, 4 Sports: Baslcetball Numjeralsif fi ' 1 V ,I ,.,I ,f.,- ,.I , ., ,Mfg ,V L I, L 1 , ' 4 MARY JANE SCHOENFELD 7411 Rogers Avenue Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC COLD School: Publications Typing Stall, Secrcf tary 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4, AllfScliool Show Cast 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 41 Bowling 3, 4: Clioral 2, 3. 4, Secretary 4, Exec' utive Committee 4 4' A 1 ' f 4 Days of Youth and Low JOHN RONALD SCHUMACHER 705 Harper Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: HifY 2, 3, 41 Student Council Z, Treasurer 3, SergeantfatfArms 41 Exec' utive Committee 3, 4: Honor Roll 2, 3: Distinguished Honor Roll 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2. 3 Sports: Numerals: Basketball Z, 3: Soft' ball 3: Varsity Basketball 3, 4 DONALD SEAGRAVES 276 Sheffield Road Lansdowne SCIENTIFIC PIQRPI P Sports: Varsity Football 4 FRANCES KAHN SEMEL 20 N. Pennock Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE School: AllfSchool Show Cast 3, 4 Class: Committees: Dance 3g Party 3, 4: Play 3 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4 JOYCE E. SHARPE 5004 Smithfield Road Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC PURPLI: School: AllfSchool Show Cast 3 Class: Dance Committee 3 Clubs: Choral 2, 3 WILLIAM LAWRENCE SHUTE 934 Ormond Avenue Drexel Hill ACADELIIC PURPLI, School: Pingerprinting Group 3 Class: Homeroom Color Captain Zg Com- mittees: Dance Z: Executive 2: Party Z1 Play Usher 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Vice' President 4: Choral 2, 3, 4, Executive Committee 4 Sports: Junior Varsity Football 2 ., .,,, 4 , s X sf X , ggi, X W , X x o , , I J-rf f W V! , xg' f , f 4 aa 2- "" I .' .. a . .,,. f f .age ' ' " 4.511442 I , 'f ,gm " . ,Q f Af Y ZX f ff 'WX 1 .,,, p W N 1 ffS 4 f" w , Q ff 4' 3' 773 " W W 1' G M f if fff lf V ' ,, ,, V - ,, ,yy f , -Mi f' ,, 7 , 4 792, 71 ex ,, . ,, , , ? if 'lf ,s , y ELYSSA LOUISE SCHWEIZER U 4701 Woodland Avenue Dl'9X0l H111 ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Honor Roll 4 Class: Committees: Dance 35 Party 49 Play 3, 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir MA" 49 ASUO' phychem 43 Choral 2, 3, 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 3 VIRGINIA CARROLL SEASE 1117 Blythe Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE 'jclioolz Publications Business Staff 2, 3, Assistant Circulation Manager 43 All' School Show Cast Z, 4: Honor Roll 2, 4 flaxxg Committees: Dance 3, Play 3 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 3, 45 Choral 2. 3, 4, Executive Committee 2, 3g German 3, VicefPresident 4, Secretary 4: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, 4g Musical Masterpieces 2, 3, 4, Tay Wistialvan 3 RONALD B. SESSINGER 212 N. Linden Avenue Upper Darby sc:1IfNTiIfIC PURPLE School: Band 2, 3, 4 Clubs: Bowling Team 2, 3, 4 Sports: junior Varsity Baseball 2 ROBERTA SHOHAT 310 Bayard Road Upper Darby STLNOGRAPHIC PURPLE School: All-School Show Cast 3, 4, Prof duction 3: National Thespian Society 4 Cluxs: Committees: Dance 3g Party 4g Play 3, 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "B" 4, Choral 1, 3, 4 JUNE MORITZ SIDOR 3215 Berkley Avenue Drexel Hill HTl:NO1lR,-XPHIKT PURPLE brliool: Honor Roll 2, 3 Clan: Homcrooin Color Captain 3 Clubs: Bowling 3 I63 How We Laughed With a Caiety CATHERINE ELINORE SIMPSON 26 Springton Road Upper Darby ACADEIXIIC GOLD Sports: Basketball Numerals Z EDWARD WILLIAM SLOAT 514 Wilde Avenue Drexel Hill ARTS AND LTRAPTS GOLD Clubs: Rullc 2, 3, 4 Sports: Varsity Rillc 3, 4 JOAN FLORENCE SMITH 7046 Radbourne Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPI-IIC PURPLE School: Publications Typing Stall 4: Honor Roll 2, 3: Distinguished Honor Roll 3, 3 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "AN 4, Bowling Z: Choral 2, 3, 4 Class: Play Committee 3 LEONARD JAMES SMITH 3439 Albemarle Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE Sports: Softball Numerals 2 ALBERT OTTO' SNYDER, JR. 325 Upland Way Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD Cltisx: l'Ioinei-ooin Color Captain 2, 3g Play Usher 4 Clubs: Agriculture Z Sports: junior Varsity Football 2 164 WILLIAM ABRAHAM SLAWTER 126 Marlborough Road Upper Darby ACADE M IC GOLD Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 3, 4g Choral 2, 3, 4g PanfAmerican 3 Sports: Varsity Soccer Z, 3, 4 GERALD JOHN SMITH 627 Ridgewood Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: Publications Business Staff 4: Student Council 3, 4g Orchestra 2: Honor Roll 2, 3, Distinguished Honor Roll 4: Mathematics Prize 2, 3: HifY 4: AllfSchoo1 Show Cast 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4g Junior Play Cast 3: Senior Play Cast 4: Commencement Usher 3: Committees: Executive 2, Party 4 Clubs: Chess Team 3, 4: Latin 2, 3, 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 4 JOAN MARY SMITH 119 Copley Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD School: Acorn Art Staif 4: AllfSchool Show Cast 3, 4: Color Guard 2, 3, Captain 4: Leaders' Group 4g UpifDal1 Art Staff 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4: OAK Art Staii 4: Committees: Dance 3, 4: Party 4g Play 3, 4 Clubs: Choral 3, 4, Executive 3g Beaux Arts 4 Sports: Basketball: Numerals 3, Junior Varsity Manager 3, Varsity Manager 4 ROBERT MOORE SMITH 712 Turner Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: Band 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4 Class: Iunior Play Cast 3g Senior Play Cast 4: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Bowling 4: Choral 3, 45 Latin 2g Rifle 2 Sports: Junior Varsity Football 3 FRANK PAUL SNYDER 325 Upland Way Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3 Clubs: Agriculture 2g PanfAmerican 3 . That Had o ting JOHN DANIEL SNYDER 1120 Wilson Drive Havertown SCIENTIFIC GOLD JOHN RICHARD SPINA 804 Harper Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD Class: Executive Committee Z. 4 Sporm: Softball Numerals 3: Junior Varf sity Football 2: Varsity: Football 3, 4: Track 3, 4: Basketball 4 NANCY JANE STELLWAGON 345 Cheswold Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD School: Vfelfare Agent Z, 4 Class: Committees: Executive 3, Party 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4 THOMAS EDWARD STETSON 634 Briarcliff Road SALESBIANSHIP COLD Upper Darby FREDERICK F. STIFF Drexel Hill . GOLD 2526 Bond Avenue ACADEMIC School: Band 2, 3, 4 mfr, Q 'Z 5' f ff Vi, QA ,g, ,fi fy ff' I ,411-E f Q, s 5152! Q22 M ,ry 4 , fl , Q, ff ,f',,f,. ..',, ' , ,rf ,f,,1,,f,:., .. A :,,, , gi -,,, X X C ,I X ,sf 4 J f Z f M! 4 f m 4 f V 0 I WZ I ,, ,, ,,,.,. . f- 'Qc ggi. -7. mf- fc. ag! 4 gl 42 X X 0:0611 k via ,,,,z ,S ,M RICHARD H. SNYDER 231 Edgerton Road SBCHUQ SALESMANSHIP GOT-D School: Welfare Agent 2, Orchestra 23 AllfSchool Show Cast 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3 Clubs: Choral 3, 4: Visual Aids 4, Vice' President 2, 3 Sports: Junior Varsity: Football 2, Wres' tling 2: Varsity: Football 3, 4: Wresf tling 3, 4 DION E STATZELL 4113 Sommers Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE School: A. A. Council 2 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Dance Committee 4 Clubs: PanfArnerican, 4 Sports: Numerals: Hockey 3, Basketball 3: Junior Varsity Hockey 3: Varsity Hockey 4, Most Valuable Player 4 DOROTHY STEPHENS 209 Township Line Upper Darby m9r1NERAL BUSINESS PURPLE RICHARD ALLAN STEWART 1028 Mason Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: AllfScl1ool Show Cast 3, 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 4: Executive Committee 2 Sports: Basketball Numerals Z: Junior Varsity Football 35 Varsity Football 4 JANET LEE ST. JOHN 4352 Woodland Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE Scliool: Vvlclfarc Agent 3: Qrclistra Z, 3, 4: Honor Roll Z, 4 Class: Play Usher 4 l65 Looking Brick r,lill1l'0llgll1 lVl0ll10l'VmS Ilan- . GILBERT STEWART STOCKLER 7049 Clover Lane Upper Darby ACADEMIC COLD Scbool: National Thespian Society 3, 4 Class: Committees: Dance 3, Party 4 Clubs: Le Cerclc Francais Z, 3, 4 JOAN SUDDARD 310 S. Carol Boulevard Upper Darby lll:Nl-RAI. BVSINFSS PURPLE JEAN E SWEENEY os a e Lansdowne Aor PURPLE lass: Da cc ommittee 4 Clubs: A Cz pclla Choir "A" 4, Choral 2, 3, 4: Horace Mann 4: Le Cercle Francais 3 Sports: Basketball Numerals 3 ' o : gellzi c Agent 2 DOLORES V. TEMOYAN 7209 Pine Street Upper Darby s'rrNooRAPHIr: GOLD Sclioolz Acorn Editorial Board 4: Presif dent Publications Typing Stall' 4: Stu' dent Council 3. Executive Committee 31 Vv'cllare Agent 4: AllfSchool Show Production Z, 3, Cast 4: National Thes' plan Society 3. 43 Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: H1fY 4 Class: junior Play Stage Crew 3: Com' mittccs: Dance 3. 4: Party 4: Play 3, 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3: First Aid and Social Service 2. 3. Secretary 4 Sports: Softball Numerals 3 ALFRED THOMAS 909 Alexander Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Leaders' Group 2, 3, 4: Student Council 2: AllfSchool Show Cast 3: Honor Roll Z, 3 Class: junior Play Cast 3: Senior Play Cast 4: Party Committee 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir UA" 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4: Rifle I I66 MARGUERITE F. STRUTH 163 Westdale Road Upper Darby AKTI-XDIiMlC GOLD School: Acorn Editorial Board 4, Staff Secretary 4: Acorn Reporter 2, 3: HifY 3, 4: Welfare Agent 3: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 3 Class: Committees: Dance 4, Party 4, Play 4: Play Usher 4 Clubs: Latin 3, 4: Library 2, 3 JANET ELAINE SUTHERLAND 604 Littlecroft Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC GOLD School: Publications Typing Staff 45 Welf fare Agent 4: AllfSchool Show Cast 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3: Com- mittees: Dance 4, Party 4, Play 4 Sports: Varsity Cheerleading 2, 3, 4 CHARLES TARKANIAN 256 Long Lane Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD School: Fingerprinting Group 3: HifY 2, 3, 4: Student Council 4, Executive Com' mittee 4: Purple and Gold Public Speak' ing Contest 3 Class: Play Usher 3, 4: Committees: Dance 2: Executive 2, 3: Party 2 Clubs: Chess 3, Team 4: Choral 2: World Arlairs Forum 2, 3, Treasurer 4 Sports: Softball Numerals 3g Varsity Wi'estling 2 EDWARD HARRY TEMPEST 107 S. Keystone Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Entered: September, 1952 DONALD OWEN THONIAS 119 St. Lawrence Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Clubs: Rifle 2 . Will Know Ar1'f". L ' ,' fi ' . 'ff a,.v:',,P, . ,, rf ' Q ,Zgw Agia., ' WUQ- I .2 ' RIMA D BRLEFJ THOMAS " 5:41 Slaffsiflgefw ,Q ff ,.f,125e:f?L,Hi1"" ACADEMIC jf 'Biff PURPLE Class?" fHomefobm"'C"6'll5r' 'Capt-AH f,i'9L4s Spo ,tg,:,fJunior"Varsity Eootball 2: Varsity: Clllfoss'C5u1Gy 'P?a'elc"h 3f'4, , f i: ,, J Hr" ' ," l lf i A 3' ' ' D. 1 r , 0 I flfffii iff" -f JOHN WARNE THOMPSON 6932 Guilford Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD PATRICIA JANICE TIMMINS 7107 West Chester Pike Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PL'RPLE School: Welfare Agent 2: AllfSchool Show Cast 2, 3: Band 1, 3, 4: Head Majorette 2. 3. 4: Honor Roll 2, 3 Class: Homeroom Color Captain Z: Com' mittees: Dance Z, 4: Party 2, 4 Clubs: Choral I ROBERT GEORGE TOBEY 347 Congress Avenue Lansdowne SCIENTIFIC PLIRPIE School: Acorn Reporter 3: Acorn Editor' infChief 4: Acorn Editorial Board 4: HEY 3, 4: Student Council 4, Execuf tive Committee 4: AllfSchool Show Cast 3: HifQ Team 4: Honor Roll 2: Distinguished Honor Roll 3, 4 Class: Junior Play Cast 3: Commencement Usher 3: Play Committee 4: Play Usher 4 Clubs: Latin 2, 3: World Affairs Forum 3 Sports: Varsity Track Manager 3: Cross Country Manager 3 lv S 3 3 i 7 DOROTHY ISABEL THOMPSON 234 Bayard Road Upper DHl'bY ACADEMIC GOLD School: Acorn Reporter 2, 31 ASSi5f3Uf News Editor 4: HifY 3, Secretary 4: Student Council 4: AllfSchool Show Cast 2, 3, Queen 4: Honor Roll 2, 3: Play Cast 3 Class: Committees: Executive 3: Party 2, 4: Play 3, 4: Play Usher 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Accompanist 4, Secretary 2, 3, 4: District Chorus 4: Le Cercle Fran' cais 3, 4: Tay Wistalvan 2, 3, Presif dent 4 Sports: Junior Varsity Hockey Manager 3 JANE RENN TILTON 1002 Childs Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD School: Acorn Editorial Board 4: Copy Editor 4: Acorn Reporter 2, 3: HifY 2, 3, Treasurer 4: Leaders' Group 2, 3, 4: AllfSchool Show Cast 2, 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Prizes: Biology 2, Public Speaking o Class: Commencement Usher 3: Com' mittees: Dance 2, 4: Party 4: Play 3 Clubs: Choral 3: Latin 2, 3, 4, Vice' President 3: Leeuwenhoek 2, 3: Tay Wistalifan 2, 3, 4 MARIE LOUISE TINARI 137 Ardmore Avenue Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS ' PURPLE Scliool: Acorn Reporter 4 JOHN EVERETT TOWNSEND, JR. 112 Margate Road Upper Darby ACADEBUC PURPLE Scliool: Acorn Reporter 2, 3, 4: HifY 3, 4: Honor Roll 4: AllfSchool Show Cast 4 Class: Play Usher 3: Committees: Dance 2, 3: Executive 2, 3 Clubs: Choral 4 Sports: Softball Numerals 3: Junior Var' sity: Football 2: Basketball 2: Baseball 2, 3: Varsity Football 3, 4 ff Z DONALD JAY TREGEMBO Z , 7114 L s U D b A- 'ms' met PPE' 3' V Rocco VINCENT 'ruzio GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE A Z 294 Sanford Road Upper Darby Clubs: Bowling 3, 4, Team 3, 4: Rifle 2 f 3 ' QCIENTIHC Sports: Rifle Zh J V 1. , ' ' ' PURPLE of no if FJ f s my by jp' jo pJ7J 7' K.:-L r I67 1 f ' RICHARD RAY UHLMAN 4709 State Road Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE School: Honor Roll 4: National Thespian Society 4 Class: Homerooin Color Captain 4: Junior Play Cast 3: Executive Committee I Clubs: Bowling 3, 4: Team 3, 4 Sports: junior Varsity Football 2: Varsity Cross Country 3: Cross Country Novice Cup XXVHNICI' 3 NANCY ARLEEN VASEY 7401 Rogers Avenue Upper Darby ul N1 R,-Xl lil swiss PIJRPLIE Srlioolz All School Show 4: Xxvellare :Xgent I Class: lfonuuitlees: Dance 2: Party 2. 4: Play 3, 4 Llulvs: llmoxvling I, 3, 41 Choral 2, 3, Ex' ecutive Committee 2, 3: Rille 2 Sports: Softball Nuinerals 3 RICHARD JAMES VILLIGER 154 Wellington Road Upper Darby 'Xl3.'XDl:hllC PURPLE Class: Hoinerooin Color Captain 3, 4: Honor Roll 4 Clubs: Choral 4: Rille 3 Sports: Soccer Numerals 4: Junior Var' sity Baseball 2: Varsity Baseball 3 CARMELA C. VINCI 24 Montrose Avenue Upper Darby lllSTRlH1'TlY1 i1wL'cT.xT1oN COLD Clubs: Distrihutwe Education 4 MICHAEL JOHN VOGT 14 Arborlea Road Lansdowne 4 l Nl'R:Kl. lll QINLSS PVRPLL Class: Hoinerooin Color Captain 3 Clubs: Choral 3 Sportsx -lumor Varsity: Vfrestlinu Z Tennis Z: Varsity Tennis 3 l68 D llas Nothinv SW :Qt . ,Z , . , QUAD . , 'C 1 V I N '1 i st n ' p Darby J 3 3 , Q I PURPLE nd Majorette 3, 4: Art x rize 2' lfSchool Show Cast 4 ass: ommittees: Bulletin Board 3: Dance 3, 4: Party 2 Clubs: Beaux Arts 4: First Aid and Social Service 2, 3, Treasurer 4: PanfAmerf ican 2, 3 Sports: Basketball Numerals 3 : A 1, 3 volijzflgfz- Art Stall' 3: Vs7elfare Aget ' JOHN VAUGHAN 59 N. Keystone Avenue Upper Darby f:ENi1RAL BUSINESS PURPLE VIRGINIA MAY VINCENT 18 S. Lynn Boulevard Upper Darby STPNUKLRAPHIC PURPLE Scliool: Acorn Editorial Board 4: Assistant Features Editor 4: Acorn Reporter 3, 4: National Thespian Society 3. 'Treasurer 4: English Prize 3: HifY 4: AllfSchool Show Cast 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 4: Junior Play Cast 3: Senior Play Cast 4: Commencement Usher 3: Coinniittees Dance 2, 3: Executive 3: Play 3 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4 Sports: Softball Nuinerals 3 JOHN H. VOEGLER, JR. 51 Revere Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD Scliool: Acorn Reporter 3, 4 Clubs: Choral 3: Latin 2, 3 Sports: Varsity Cross Country Manager 2, 3, 4: Senior Manager 3, 4: Varsrty Track 2, 3, 4: Senior Manager 3, 4 LOUISE MARIE VOLK 323 South Carol Boulevard Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD School: Welfare Agent 2 Class: Committees: Dance 3, 4: Party 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: Library 4 fr' . . . S Springtime ll R BER 'N R. WAGNER 29 U V enu Clifton Heights 1 , A PURPLE A. WILLIAM F. WALKER 825 Harper Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: Honor Roll 3 Class: Committees: Play 3: Executive 3, 4 Sports: Varsity Soccer 2. 3, 4 RONALD KENNETH WALLACE 735 Foss Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Honor Roll 2. 3, 4 Class: Party Committee 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 3, 4: Choral Z, 3, -lg Latin 2 Sports: Basketball Numerals 3, 4 DOROTHY JANE WEAVER 7241 Glenthorne Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: Acorn Reporter 2, 3, 4: Student Council 2: AllfSchool Show Production Zg Honor Roll 2, 4: Prizes: English 2, Biology 2 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 4: Dance Committee 2, 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: Latin 2 ANNETTE HARTWELL WEDDELL 251 Childs Avenue Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE School: Welfare Agent 2, 3 Class: Play Committee 4 Clubs: Bowling 2: Choral 2, 3 ff! 2 " ff W f ,, 7 ,. M' If 7 Y A 5 ff W f f W s X ' 7 ,ff X f ' '::'1 ' ,,,, , , 7 ' V.: f Zia , W W fl f f " 7 ff 7 f f ,W 7 ,fp i p l . W : --H -.-.. :fp ' jjj, I X -Q -' t N 3 , zff 'Ki X ww 'vm - . 1 s X f , , ff, ,,.,. , .W WILBUR G. WALKER 518 Wiltshire Road Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD DONA LEA WALLACE 7403 Rogers Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Com' mittees: Dance 3, 4: Play 3 Clubs: Bowling 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Rifle 2 Sports: Softball Numerals 3 WILLIAM JAMES WARD 926 Argyle Road Drexel Hill DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION PURPLE Class: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 4: Distributive Education 4 Sports: Numerals: Basketball 3, Softball 3 RICHARD HOMER WEAVER 385 Wembly Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4 Sports: lunior Varsity Cross Country 2: Varsity: Cross Country 3, CofCaptain 43 Track 3, 4 FRED S. WEER 820 Roberts Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC 601,13 School: Student Council 2 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "A" 3, 4, Treasf urer 4: Choral 2, 3, 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 3: lunior Varsity Basketball 2 I69 DENA S. WEISBERG 2204 Windsor Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC pL'RpL1 School: :NllfSchool Show Production 3 Class: Committees: Play 3. Party 4 Clubs: Panf:Xmcric.tn 3 RICHARD FRANCIS WHARTON 249 Heather Road Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD Class: Hoincrooin Color Captain 4 Clubs: :Xgriculturc 2, 3. 4: Bowling 2. 3. Train I DIANE WIELD Aronimink Arms Apts. Drexel Hill ACADEBIIC PURPLE Sclzool: Acorn Art Stall Z, 3, Editor 4: Acorn Reporter 2, 3, 45 Upiflllb Art Stall 3, 4: AllfSchool Show Cast 2: National Thespian Society 3, 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 4: Purple and Gold Spelling Contest 3: HifY 4 Class: Junior Play Cast 3: Commencement Usher 3: Committees: Dance 4, Party 4, Play 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir "B" 4: Beaux Arts 3, Treasurer 4: Choral 3, 4 CHARLES JOSEPH WILDS 33 S. Linden Avenue Upper Darby DISTRIBIQTIYE EDUCATION GOLD Clubs: Distributive Education 4: Visual :Kids 2, 3. 4 JUDITH ANN WILKS 653 Frene Avenue Drexel Hill AC.-XIWKMIC PURPLE Class: Dance Committee 2 Clubs: Bowling 2, 3, Team 2: Panffxrnerf ican 41 RiHe Z, 3, Team Z Sports: Numerals: Basketball 2, 3: Soft' hill 2, 3 l7O l :N f 'ff X 'wi 'fist fi. f W N l r Q 1 5 P' .3 . g wg! if 1 vw ri ,V .. : I 'ff' L Q A Z Q X , sr ':"""' : Xe 42 i Q Q L 'UNE V, so c ja: - S : ,:.: X X : il 6 of Q 'tw L. sf , wg ii , , it 'xc f L A it X X X O K m, Q st R som Q s 2 X X x S ii, K Xi :. - . .V f s so :gr 5' , , : W5 " fir: 5 , " 3 f fi :I . I I : K 1- X OZ ' ' X xl M ,il I, X , .Q ,,,, J Q XWQ , . f, X oi c I 2, X3 I ,i Q ff : 4 nail 4 fy 4 lloltlvii Days . PATRICIA ANNE WESTON 124 Springfield Road Aldan ACADEMIC GOLD BARBARA ANNE WHITEHEAD 129 Saint Laurence Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC COLD Class: Dance Committee 2 Clubs: Choral 2. 3 EDWARD CLARKE WIGFIELD 360 Lakeview Avenue Drexel Hill DISTRIBLYTIYE EDLICATION GOLD School: Student Council 4: AllfSchool Show Production 2: School Stage Crew Z: Honor Roll 3, 4 Clubs: Distributiye Education 4, Presi- dent 4: Rifle 21 Visual Aids 2, 3, 4 VicefPresident 2, President 3 JOAN BARBARA WILKES 7217 West Chester Pike Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE Scliool: Welfare Agent 2: Band, Major' ette Z Class: Class Color Captain 2, 3, 4: Home' room Color Captain 2, 3, 4: junior Play Cast 3: Play Committee 4: Play Usher 4 Clubs: Choral Z, 3, 45 Executive Com' mittee Z, VicefPresident 4 Sports: junior Varsity: Hockey 3. Tennis 3: Varsity Hockey 4: Numerals: Hockey 2, Softball 3 JOAN JENNINGS WILLIAMS 403 Burmont Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD Clubs: Pan-American 3 . welllftll We lll:f'I'I" Joining.: RICHARD CHALMERS WILLIAMS 330 Shadeland Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD Class: Dance 45 Party 4: Play Clubs: A Cappella Choir 4: Clinral -I Sports: Numerals 3 NANCY JANE WILLS 7266 Raclbourne Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Sports: Numcrals: Basketball I. Softball 2 JOSEPH LAURENCE WOLF 139 N. Carol Boulevard pper Darby .scsrfrsiic Y ' PURPLE FRANCES LUCIE WOLFER 7426 Rogers Avenue Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE School: Acorn Art Staff 3, 4: Vfellare Agent Z: AllfSchool Show Ca-t 4 Class: Horneroorn Color Captain Z, 4: Committees: Dance 3, 4: Executive 41 Party 3, 4 Clubs: Beaux Arts 4: Bowling 3, 4g Chrirzil 2, 3. 4: Rifle Z RICHARD ALAN WOODALL 7405 Rogers Avenue Upper Darby BUSINESS UULIJ Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3 Clubs: Choral 3 Sports: Varsity Award: Baseball 2, 3. 4 2? 1 W 75 I W 7 7 C if 2 X7 f Z3 f 7 f 5 M STERLING R. WILLIAMSON 1116 Drexel Avenue D1'2X9l Hill Amrirmic COLD Class: Homeruom Color Captain 4g Corn' mittees: Dance 4, Party 4, Play 3, 4 Clubs: Latin 2, 31 L99UWCI'1l1OCl'i 2, 35 PanfAmerican 4g Rifle Z HARRIS HARVEY WISNESKI 224 Bayard Road Upper Darby SCIILNTIFIC GOLD Sclwril: Acorn Reporter 4: AllfSch0ol Show Production 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 2. 3, 42 I'I1,11'1iJ1' R011 4 Class: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Chess 3, 4: Latin 2 I7 X "7! fe U' ,. +7-,E PM ,4 44 AJQQZCLI " if, I 314 ' , 019 Q Tj ' iilkal' 'Mg DONALD JOSEPH WOLFE 104 Englewood Road Upper Darby .MZADERIIC PURPLE FRED DICKSON WOOD 61 Drexelbrook Drive Drexel Hill Al YAIIEIVI IC GOLD Entered: September. 1952 Clubs: Panf,-Xmericnn 4 ARTHUR HERBERT WRENN 1147 Wilson Drive Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC G01-D School: Student Council 3: Leaders' Group 4 Class: Committees: Dance 4. Executive 4, Party 4, Play 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir 'H-X" 3, 4: Choral Z. 3, 4: Latin 2 l7I CLEONICKI XARAS 135 Wellington Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE Scliool: Publications Typing Staff 4: Honor Roll 2. 31 Distinguished Honor Roll 3 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4 Clubs: A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Sec' retzlry 4: Cliorall Z, 3, 4 VIVIAN MAE YONKER 4045 Marshall Road Drexel Hill STl"NOGR.'XPlllC PURPLL: Sr-lwol: Publicatmns Typing Staff 4: Honor Roll 3, 43 Allfsclwol Sliow Cast -l Class: Homernoiu Colm' Captain Z, 33 Conuuittccsz Dance 43 Panty 4: Play 3. 4 Clube: Bowling 2: Choral 2, 3, 4 SALLY LOUISE ZIMMERMAN 35 Golf Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC GOLD Class: Class Color Captain 2: Hoineroom Color Captain 2, 3, 4: Play Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4 Sports: Softball Numerals 3 I72 Colden Days . JOAN LORRAINE ZUCHELLI 127 Normandy Road Upper Darby SALESMANSHIP GOLD MARGARET ANNE YAEGER 1102 Childs Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE School: All-School Show Production 33 UpifDal1 Art Stall 4 Class: OAK Art Staff 4: Committees: Dance 3, Party 4, Play 3 Clubs: Beaux Arts 3, 4: Rifle 2 BARBARA JEANNE YOUNG 678 Long Lane Upper Darby DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION GOLD gil School: Honor Roll 4 Q Clubs: Distributive Education 4 I GEORGE EDWARD ZINSZER 726 Copley Road Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE These We Remember MARGARET WICKERSHAM Always smiling, vivncious, cliccrful . . A truc fricnd and companion . . . Died Novcrnbcr 29, 1970 DONALD JONES Scholar, athlete, studentflezldcr . . A true friend and companion . . . 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