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

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, . , DARBYPHG H SCHO 1 1- m m u p DARBY HIGH SCHO 'l l' 'l v 'l l' l I C ITS' 1 A, , -u 'v . I :I .v 1 srl -hg- ffrzf Jw: Iwi AS' Fi R sw 41. E: . 5 fl. . if "-5 Q. ' A f-.4 . I Qi. If r. If S '-41 5 F. ., an ', . an W wwf! 1' L u,j'j N if 'V 14 A-L 1.--A, i L,.15Hg-15" . 13.3-'Q P - 1:1 51 H 1 L - - 14, --,5,g'g",' ,. 1 1 . , . ": ,r 15153 1- 1. -:fs-v ' L- .. -:' , W ' M . -, gqggg ff 1 'X . . r...+.,1n , '.. ,-4 '1 .' ,"--, rf.-:.4'L52"!-.1 A L -1.'- ,, . 'ue-1-ww, , ., 1 .X ,J , . J, V. 4, , i ,A x. !.., ,.,, M, l ,V A , I , r 1 fimfli--.' J' 6 .vii Zfizfig' ' " 'Ziff ' .. 'P' . 1 i R,sSQL:1c,s. '-l.f:ew?EE5iec'M.mf.h...Rm 1 Jian.: .f ,,zf.f.-.-.L-,,m.a?.3 mi, ENGRAVING R-K Engraving Company Ardmore, Pennsylvania PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY Luedecke Studios Upper Darby, Pennsylvania PRINTING Clark Printing House, Inc. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania PHOTOGRAPHIC PRINTING AND ENLARGING William S. Wright Lansdowne, Pennsylvania The OAK especially wishes to express its appreciation to Mr. Robert Kamp of R.fK Engraving Company, to Mr. Nason Clark of Clark Printing House, to William S. Wright, and to Mr. Francis Luedecke, who, in working closely with the staff, were of such great help. The large photograph of the United Nations Building was provided through the courtesy of The Department of Public Inforf mation, United Nations, New York. One Hundred Sixty Om' Ilundrrd Fifly-uiu i 11 mm. Ka Vim--1 C. Blaker, M. Adelizzi, and E. Daly watch L. Rust sink a basket Junior boys jump for the ball to begin a fast game. Mary Campbell whisks one over the net for the junior volleyball champs. win column. the Sophomore Baskettes, captained hy Nancy Fawlcy and Nina Grady, pushed ahead to win the school championship. The girls' volleyball teams were also organized from the gym classes. These games were played after school for one week with sophomore, junior, and senior teams competing. The victor in this fast moving sport was the junior team. captained hy Lynn Elliott. The memhers of the winning teams in each sport were awarded Class numerals. Records in intramural athletics are kept on a score board that is located in the South corridor. This intramural program contributed greatly to the enjoyment of leisure high school life while developing the rules of good sportsmanship in each player. Une Hundred Fifty-sefwi First Row: N. Roberts, S. Reagoso, N. Grady, N. Fawley, E. Daly, D. Tubbs. Second Row: C. Blaker, G. Copes, M. Adelizzi, B. Levitt, A. Belefonte. hrs! Row: J. Clancy, P. Hixlneburg, M. Sherry, L. Elliott, J. M. Lacktman, W. Fratick, C. Billie, G. Anderson, J. Ritchie, R Barney, J. Robbins, M. Campbell. Second Row: B. Hess, C. Wester- Smith. man, j. Casciato, J. Rogers, B. Masters. Intramural sports, too, played an important role in Upper Darby's athletic program. They are planned for the purpose of extending an opportunity to participate in some form of competitive sports to those who are not quite skilled enough to make the varsity or J.V. teams. The girls' teams are recruited from the gym classesg the boys' teams are organized from the homerooms. This year's intramural program had to be limited to the winter sports, basketball and volleyball, because of the lack of outdoor playing areas. Both the sophomore boys and girls became the champions in the roundfrobin basketball tournament. Homeroom 53 sparked by Jim Ritchie, a member of the varsity team, defeated the winning junior homeroom 206 and senior homeroom 208 to become the school champs. By steadily increasing the number of games in their Om' Ilimdruu' Fifty-.ri.1' , www 2 A V A ' Q' N x Y ' 1fw?f'k:T'7 HQ X- Q Q A it A W ,g,1 .,, X ,l,ggt,1skg ,f X ,348 1 h ' ' 5 N ,gi 4 ff ' Qg,1.j2g 24? 1 qt 'N 41 Af W Q ,::x: 4 ' W . 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J " ' W fa x , Jgwgggq 'f -TW .Wm t ,win ' '- ww wgslsgnwf ggwigaff N :liking V W' ww,-V LY k I V' MQWLA, M66-' 'ff M , , if Likghigsy, wk Q .xx A F, . --nw, ,....N wg, - Mmm 1' q 1 f K A Q i V, M ff" ff W W' W K" ' 'Mix W ,W M ,, K.. 'Ku ' , Lk I ,555 ffm, A f A - JR ,fag A 1,2 'Wil 122. '51 fi? WF' M ' nw ,526-' SLM IL 11.-.msgs-nsffxfv a 1.-fl 1 They pla at love . . . '10 A . First Row: j. Barney, C. Cullen, J. Clancy, R. D'Angelo, V. Burlcholder, C. Wike. Second Row: Miss Hughes, L. Tanenbaum, L. Elliott, M. Noel, J. Trumbower and S. Swaim, managers. Tennis season hegan early this year for interested girls, who practiced indoors hefore the weather hecame suitahle for outdoor play. Witlx the new coach, Miss Marilyn Hughes, earne a new system. The ladder system was started when each girl drew a number for position on the ladder. Each girl then attempted to work her way up hy challenging those ahead. Those at the top of the ladder took part in the interescholastic matches. This system has already succeeded in hreaking last year's losing streak with a 3f2 win over Berwyn. The memhers of the team were greatly aided hy their everfhusy senior manager, Joyce Trumhower. Gi Haverford Lansdowne .... Lower Merion Radnor .....,........ Haverford .... Ahington RLS' Vaasirr TrsNNls 1953 UD, Opp 0 5 l 4 0 5' 0 7 . .... l 4 0 7 JUDY CLANCY LYNNE ELLIOTT RONNIE D'ANGELO .I at A ln. M- ,f. LYNN TANENBAUM. e ,-.,.., ,. ?...--. , F li-...T .V e First Row: D. Semel, B. Wagner, D. Struck, R. Mostardo, R. Appet, P. Snyder, B. Sellers, W. Newmack, R. Raynes, B. Huifard, Conway, G. Gisel, B. Villiger, L. Averill. Second Row: M. Hay- J. Bell, Mr. Rhile, coach. Fourth Row: H. Cornell, B. Miller, B. wood, A. Christman, T. Harkins, N. Stackhouse, D. Robinson, E. Meade, A. Myers, D. Coccoctta, N. Bozzi, D. Hughes. Thompson, B. Smith, B. D'eStefano, manager. Third Row: A. The junior varsity hasehall team spent many hours in practice this year hoping to improve their skill in order to gain a position on the '77 varsity team. Some mernhers were transferred from the J.V. to the varsity lwecause of their speedy improvement. Terry Oncay, a former J.V. sophomore pitcher, was the first Royal to pitch a full nine inning varsity game. an S14 win over Ahington. Of the group of aspiring .l.V.'s, Mr. joseph Rhile, coach, chose Roger Conway and Richard lvlostardo as the most promising players. Rohert DeStefano, a sophomore, acts as junior varsity manager. l Lower Merion Cheltenham .. Norristown ., Haverford .... Abington .....,. Lower Marion Chester ........... Cheltenham Norristown Haverford ...,. Abington .... JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL 1953 U.D. Opp .. ......... ,.... 1 ll 8 9 O 5 3 1 4 6 O 2 Z 7 2 8 3 9 5' 3 8 ll I' lrs! Kvnf: C. Meyer, Burke, B. Clark, P. Jobson, B. Campanaro, Martin, K- SCl1f02d9l', J- WGN- Third ROW: B- C3mPb0H, . D- B. Breslin, J. Reynolds, B. Knodt, D. Meyer. Second Row: L. Mawson, J. Ritchie, E. Savastio, T. Oncay, P. Ott, L. Lublcmg, Sl-iiffer, C. Kauffman, J. Torx-ante, R. Coleman, P. Waldron, R. C. Thompson. The crack of the bat . . . Rinllcy Township Ycxithmn .......... ,.... Lower lvlcriun Chcstcr ............ Chcltcn haini .... Nnrristuwn ...... Springfield l'lzix'ci'l'urtl Abington ..,.. Lunstlmvnc .......,. Luwcr Mcrinn , ..... Chcstcr . ..,,..... .. Cheltenham .,.. Lnnsdow nc .,,... Nurristown ...... Haverford Ahin gtnn ..... Xi.-XRSI'l'Y Bfxsi-,imi.L 1973 UD Opp. Przicticc h-:gun curly for thu tlhnnuiitl msn whn Quint' cvc1'yLl:iy .it cightffiftccn starting thu first of Ivhrch. Thc v.ursity hilsfhanll tCJlll1 also prncticcd outdoors gittcr schnnl whcn thc wciithcr hccnmc warmer. This put thc tcum in tnpfnwtgli shxipc for thcir first gzimc of thc stxnsrm whcn Jack Richzirtlson pitched at shutout against Nnrristown. Buh Cqzmpzinairn, Curl Mcycr, Don Moyer, :intl lid Scvzistin, thc tunnis top hitters czimc through tcm m.ukc thc sfcwru 610, 'iCziinpy" was cluctctl to ciiptnin thc 1954 tcaim. Conch CJlfSlll1 Thompson hclicvcs that this ytuur Uppcr Dzirhy h.1s unc of its hcst xillfzirountl tcaims, MQIIIB' grind phiyurs, with n rcail spirit nf tczlmwnrk Qitldcd, rmtlc the tczim ut '74 unc of thc lciltlcrs in thc lCllQLlC. unnin is their business hrvw 'X HBH 'aus First Row: Trimble, Lawson, Manco, O. Campana, Dempsey, De- Campana, Aiken, Kaplan, Dunn. Fourth Row: Winter, manager, Luca, jackson, Pittinos, Picciano. Second Row: Gilbert, Snyder, Legge, Borio, Moon, Thrasher, Bennyhoff, McMahon, Sihler, Cooke, DeSylvestro, Clarke, Brooker, Gladeck, Saha, Griflis, Saxon. Third McLaughlin, Bowman, manager. Row: Tate, Lake, Dement, Terres, Jost, Perkins, Edwards, D. Thu '54 Royal cintlcr mon, coachctl hy Mr. Hziroltl TRACK Thompson, hurl only seven returning veterans to holster their 1953 tcgun. At -thc Punn Rclaiys Frank Brooker, Don Jackson, ,luck Umor Darby SWA Valley Forge MH. Amd- MVS lvlclvlalion, :intl ,luck Torres captured thirtl place for U.D. in UWC, Darby Milf, Huvcrfimi 4ii,f, the Suhurlinin A mile rsl.1y. Highlights of the l-laivcrfortl, Upper WTR ClWHfCf 36 Dgirhy, Wcst Cllicstcr mcct were -luck Torres' victory in the SMU iicrgmblgglflys N .Fmt SSO ygirtl riicc in 2.10-l-,il :intl ,luck lvlclvlxihoifs triumnh in the Digg? Mjgty '3 Urmgsml Plaza 440 in N31 Also in this meet Boh Dunn gin-ucrctl hrst place Upper Darby 571, Lower Marion 4123 in thc jiivclin throw for U,D. Spiirkctl hy those successes, the Suburban Mcct Fourth Place cintlcr mon complctctl their rcm.iining schctlulc in tins fashion. UPPCF D11Vl'Y 30 Clwfivf 37 Thr tcauii ni.in.igcrs were Curl llowmun amtl Friink Wiiiiicr, Qlstflct MCM N , Fourth Plum H I State Meet First Place in Mile -Homer WCllX'CT sci ow. jerry Dunn hurls the javelin. Coach Harold Thompson times Dick Manco, junior. 4, vi, ,'i l, ,J .M if 'M' 'i MW -ol Z xQ, t 54, y 4, Q . t Mfmlff J +1 IW ii 9 Lower Merion GlenfNor , ...,.., RIFLE TEAM Ahington ....... ,. Vsfest Catholic Prospect Park Quakertown . Doylcstown Yeadon .,.. U.D 500 499 497 499 500 500 499 700 OPP 489 478 491 484 490 491 490 491 Sue Masterman, most valuable player, takes aim Champions! This is a mild way to descrihe Upper Darhyis sensational rifle team. Their record in interfschool meets is unmarrcd hy defeat. The team turned in four perfect scores out of eight regional meets, and dropped the Southeastern State championship hy only one point. In the individual championship meet for Southeastern Pennsylvania, two Upigals, Sue Ivlasterman and Beverly Brassington, captured second and third places respectively. The team also hoasted another champ in individual meetsAJack Schmidt, who holds the National Sitting record. The letterfwinncrs were Sue Nlasterman, captain, Jack Schmidt, Alan Walrreii, and John Craft, seniors: Beverly Brassington, Ann Carson, Lynn Vsfrigley, Jim Caterson, Anthony Geno, and Jim Beaty. manager, will all return next year. The team is under the supervision of the well liked coach, Mr. Charles Vxfood. First Row: A. Carson, J. Craft, S. Masterman, J. Schmidt, A. Warren, L. Wrigley. Second Row: J. Bowman, T. Geno, D. Leathem, J. Caterson, W. Kinden, J. Wagner, Mr. Charles Wood, coach. 8- -8 .fm..4.. Crapplers headed for greatness . . . 'ff"W""!" X 1' 'Q ix First Row: T. Pasquerella, D. Greene, E. Housepian, T. Harkins, R. Waag, W. Snyder. Second Row: D. Buscaglia, R. Merriken, R. Kaplan, A. Huntsman, A. Palenschat, W. Ramer, J. McLaughlin, Korsh. XX'Risri.ixr: Coqiehed hy Mr. Peter Bernardino Lind Mr. Fred Loeh, the -Iiiyvee wrestlers ezime through with gin ziveraige season in 195334. Their reeord was two wins .ind four losses. The pintfsized grgipplers reeeived pointers from the varsity men Om.. and closely studied their techniques. Girard Cnllcuc EHUQ. 13 Une of the highlights of the se.ison was the outstanding victory over Hm Sch cylx I 'v.'.. 3. Hgiverford, The meet was :it home :ind Haverford was held down for si final Lmwr Mcmm vlrll 3: seore of 3348. The Fords were zihle to pin only rlii-ee U.D. men while lloh Hnwrflml A..,..., I6 W.igg, Dave Green. Tom Pimsqunrello. -lim MeL4iughlin. Tim Potter, and Alan Lmwr Mcmm b ..'.A Z9 Hunstmnn, six jiiyvee Roylls. pinned their opponents. Episwml -I,A..I ,A.,A , 3 Vx7ith .it hig gap left in the v.xrsity teaun. due to the grgiduiition of many v.1lu:1hle seniors. the jaiyvees will he e.llled upon to uphold the fine reeords set in previous years. McLal1ghlin and Greene struggle in a friendl ra ti ' . M L hl' y p c ce session c aug in and Snyder practice holds for a future match. l 4 A N ,grk j QP Ni QMXQKQ X F X N X Q Q my sm Q I 3 is ,iv ? 1 . 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Z4 23 llziiliim' ..... 24 17 l'lilYL'lAl-III'kl .,...,. . I9 34' lmwvr' Muriun ....., 26 lll Sxv.ii'tlinmrc .... 27 lfi Spiiiigliultl ... 26 ZZ el. y.L..,-..., . W , l ' X ' 1' lffyfl li l V 111' I M i im 's iii - ,T f Q l 533,71 It N , I, .- l I - 5 1531 s Kiper .. vb. it ' " ,fg ffji H .M ,f xf- -. ' .4 J ff.",f , fn' 1 x 'X H' V 4,144 "fig + 'XE gf Xi ff f ja? ' Q x X ff' F K7 ' ' f is X XX .. mf 1 i . Q35 il- - f ...ww F le-tf'2g1i??,T2fL ,-"l fe PF 'V Getting cxpcricncc was thc main nlijcctivc uf the girls' jiiniwi' varsity lmskctlwzill tcgim ziccurtliiig tu Clutch Elizailictli Willi.i1iis. This was xiccomplislictl hy .ippuinting .L new Cllplillll fur cinch g.inic. Although thu tcgim Quiicciitraitctl on gaining cxpcriciicc I'.lfl1C1' than winning, thc final twtalls shuwctl that they hgitl ai vcry siicccssfiil scaisim with six wins out of fight gamcs. The scoring cciitcrctl amitiiitl Donna Hill, sopliunwrc, who haul scvciityffiitii' piiiiits flu' thc sciison, .mtl Alxiiict Burney, juiiiur, with fiftyftwu paints. Miss Williiiliis expects much uf ncxt YCQIYNS Varsity with thc twclvc jgiyf Vcc lcttcr wiimcrs to replenish the gap left hy grzitltmting scniurs. Janet Barney and Martha Noel score for U.D. in an important game with Springfield. Bovs' J.V. BASKETBALL U.D. Opp. Haverford School ...............................,............ 35 28 Springield .............. ...., 3 8 25 Radnor ................. ..... 4 3 20 Lansdowne .... ..... 5 1 30 Norristown .... ..... 3 2 48 Haverford ........... ..... 2 6 24 Lower Merion ..... ..... 3 5 33 Abington ............ .... 4 4 25 Chester ......... 20 . .... 25 Norristown ..... .... 3 0 39 Haverford ..,....... .... 3 2 3 1 Lower Merion ..... .... 2 9 39 Abington ............ .... 3 8 35 Cheltenham ..... .... 4 7 26 Cheltenham ..... .... 4 5 30 Chester ....... ..,. 3 5 20 The Jayvees, under the guidance of Mr. Carl Hedstrom, completed a successful season by posting an 8 winf4 loss record in league competition. The high scorer of the season was Pete Min' assian, who racked up 95 points, 17 of which were scored in the Springfield game. Dick Struck also scored a high of 17 points against Abington. The other members of the starting five, who played all season, were Roger Conway, Gwen Campana, and Cookie Martin. Because of the excellent record of this team, and the experience gained during the season, many will join the varsity next year. First Raw Mr Hedstrom, coach B Smith, E. Sandell, D. Struck, P. Minnassian, R. Martin, G Gisel D Cornell manager Second Row: L. Shiffer, J. Soloman, B. Smith, R. Gilbert, ay, 0 Campana Set a record . . . VARSITY BASKETBALL U.D. Opp. Haverford School ..... ...... 6 7 53 Springfield ............,... ...... 7 2 30 Radnor ................. ....... 6 9 56 Lansdowne .... ....... 7 9 48 Norristown .... ...... 6 1 59 Haverford ......... ....... 7 1 69 Lower Merion ....... 62 65 Abington ........ ....... 6 4 54 Chester .......... ....... 6 O 80 Norristown .... ....... 5 8 43 Haverford ........, ....... 6 6 61 Lower Merion ....... ....... 7 0 60 Abington ........... ....... 6 3 53 Cheltenham ....... ....... 8 1 44 Cheltenham ....... ....... 8 6 64 Chester ...,....,. ....... 5 3 50 Coach Lewis Stamus had reason to be proud of his boys as this year the Royal varsity basketball squad had the makings of a championship team. Upper Darby ended with a 14f2 record, one of the best records ever made by the Royals. The Royals swamped every team until they met Lower Merion, but bounced right back into the win column by downing Abington. Their other defeat was at the hands of Chester, and U. D. returned the blow with some to spare in a thrilling, fanfraising game to end the season in a blaze of glory. Cofoperation, Willingness to win, and fight were the keys to victory over champion Chester, as they had been all season, to merit U. D. second place in the league. The team elected Bob Campanaro and Casper Picciano cofcaptains. Picciano, who led the team in scoring with a total of 285 points, was also elected Most Valuable Player. First Row: Mr. Stamus, D. Manco, J. Mack, R. Hughes, R. Campanero, co-captaing R. McCann, G, Erwin. Second Row: J. DeStefano, manager-5 D. Harding, C. Picciano, co- captaing M. Miles, R. Kelly, A. Richie, G. Hurlbert, manager. Q - m1mauwmfw . . Dick Kelly goes in for the score in a thrilling game against Haverford. Team members Miles, Hughes, Picciano, and Campanaro, watch as Kelly attempts to score. 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V V' 'WI 1 41" 1 Pwwm-an-am, ....,.....M.., ...C A slippery day does not dampen the Royals in their victory game over P.M.C. Prep. M. McLaughlin, B. Gilbert, E. Lloyd, 0. Campana. Third Row: B. Heverly, D. Moon, D. Campana, G. Fisher, D. Kaplan, A. Palenschat, P. Ott, T. Jefopoulos, R. Conway, Collins. fightin team . . . Upper Darby's strong team gets off a successful quick kick with the help of good blocking. Han-.licappcd hy thc fact that only sixty hoys ref ported for foothall practice at thc hcginning of thc season and just four of those lcttcr winncrs, Coach Arthur Purwll faced the prohlcm of giving his gritlmcn thc practice necessary to capture victories for U.D. lncxpcricncctl Roh Campancro had to hc trained for thc empty quarterback slot. Under thc leadership of .loc Tatu and Carl Mcycr. cofcaptains. and Bill Hcvcrly, most valuahlc player, thc Purple and Gold mcn rccordctl four wins, four losses, and one tic. The Outnumbered by opposing players, a U. D. man is destined to be halted K -ffm 1 'X -- i V highlight ot' the scason came when thc Royals trounccd Chester, who was untlcfcatctl going into thu game and pickcd to hc thc Suhurhan A League champions. In this game .loc Tatc was choscn Lincman of the Week hy thc Delaware County Coachcs Association for his cxccllcnt performance on thc playing held. ln one of thc most thrilling games of thc season thc team tied a vcry tough Lower Mcrion eleven. Thc '77 gridmachinc should he working at top strcngth with scvun lcttcr winncrs pooling their cxpcricncc for U.D. A Royal player begins his long run for a six pointer ,v,v5z I va. W J - - v - , ' - -.1 3 ' ' P 59 - 5 2 Y, , 5 K - Timer. ' -wg, ,M k - 'H Y -, - Q. .' -. -. - gym , 1 :YP K 1 x f ,, I . 361.5 Q 'ffglif-X Q is 1? QA N W L nf. Q W M .pw 'W '5-I ',MA', " WRX ,. -s W f' it 1 ' QA ,N E K X 1 E X ,gi S A, .X 3 Q Q , .X ga . . ,. .LK in - I i . 1 Ms- ,K 5- ' QW 5 Q V f if , -X -is X .M jx. 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Sf ..:.:..-,L -,,.-.-.-- , A:.,,iv A, :,. . .W-jig. 5 -yi k 4 53 WQL v , SF .. ,, ---1e - .Y X, , fi USN 7 Ly- Na - wa A K X L lil QW g it 'mx , ' ' -ik, XY 'W mil-:Q F32 ,X 1' wa W M 'gxg M g 'W' 'U' K - S. - .4 1' 5" - fp. , 1 ' ' ,545 "' ' ji 4 .L rg -g"g3-':g:- ,gf gf - :gg ' 1 ' 3 ' L , - J- ' - 'V Q i :sf . - . ,5 . - - H W wa? Q . W - h .5555-' 3 x - V Q65-1' T-I ff 7f'Q:- ' N - K2-Q we k g W I - V - f f , Q ,g 5 482 First Row: G. Clair, C. Hatch, C. Fraps, B. Singleton, S. Ralston, E. Tyrrell, F. McCormick A. Belafonte. Th 'ra' R : S. D , 1 ow eichler, L D. Tubbs, E. Daly, E. Caras, J. Tajlrian. Second Row: A. DeCecco, Schilpp, M. Noel, B. Rossman, C. Singer, J. Wilson, L. Lenhard N R. Nichols, M. Adelizzi, S. Coyle, J. Donovan, E. Michael, M. Kile, McFadden, M. Hough, Mrs. Dorothy Reminger, coach. Gathering experience As Miss lviarilyu Hughcs cxplgliuccl .it thc .uiuuall tlill sports hiuiquct. hcr nmiii ohicctivc its kI.V. hockcy coach was to -fivu in maximum uumhcr ot ifirls Qamc ex icricncc in WI'C7.l1'2lflUI1 Q 5 i for ncxt ytxlr s sc.1sou, The ,luuior Varsity Clll'I'1Cxl thrcc complctc tcaims, with .1 newly t-lcctrtl i2lIWI.llI'l uiirh guiiif. Thr proof of this systcm for tmiiiiug will show in the '37 win qiml loss ci ml umm, Mrs. Dorothy Rcmingcr .ictctl as couch of thc all sophomore third .mtl fourth hockey tumis. Bccaiusc of thc cxpcricucc gguuctl this yc.1r. tlirsc girls will greatly xlitl hoclicy tcgims iii thc ucxt two yCilI'4. First Row: Peggy Remley, Connie Cullen, Gini Burkholder, Anne Hankins, joan Mackenzie, Carole Westerixman, Carol Michael, Doris Anderson. Second Rmr: Fay Frederick, Marie Dagdigian, jackie Robbins, Sylvia Harral, Lynn Rust, Maryanne Sherry, Connie Hake, Nancy Schmidt, Sally Leinhauser, Mary Campbell, Barbara Mac- KI. V. Hovrr Y Sharron Hill ...,,. Lower fvlcrion .... . Rzulnor ......., . Hzivcrfortl ..,.. Lauistlowuc Ycaulou Norristowu Swaxrth more U.IJ. Opp , o o . o 4 . o fl . I S . U Z . in I I o l l Knight. Third Row: Ottilie Feddern, manager, Karen Bef.-be, Barbara Hess, Gloria Strack, Ann Cave, Matilda Otten, Nancy Seeburger, Kay Stough, Suzanne Block, Sally Swaim, jill Grazer, Betty Dutney, Joan Urie, Miss Marilyn Hughes, coach. resented our first ehallen e VARs1'rY HOCZKEY UD. Opp. Sharon Hill ,...... .... O 0 Lower Meritin ..... ..,. 1 5' Radnor ......,.. .,.. 1 3 Haverford ..... ..,. 1 3 Lansdowne .. 2 1 Yeadon ...... ..... 0 0 Norristown 1 1 Swarthmore ...... ,.... 3 2 The Royal Sticksters, under the ahle coaching of Miss Dorothy Schumann. closed their season with a fair record in view of the fact that they had only two returning varsity letter winners, Ruth Stallsmith, captain, and Mary Lou Natale. In their first four games the varsity eleven tied one and lost thrccg but hy defeating the previously undefeated Lansdowne team, the U. D. hockeyettes broke their losing streak. After tying the next two games, the team brought the season to a elose in fine style hy trouncing Swarthmore, an unheaten team until that game. Only five girls of a starting linefup of eleven are graduating, making prospects look hright for next ycar's team. Kneeling: Sandra Gercke, Pat King, Ruth Stallsmith, captaing Joan wood, Lynn Elliott, Joan Hoyer, Barbara Hodges, and Miss Dorothy Casciato, Janet Barney. Standing: Betty Hugo, managerg Pat Hinne- Schumann, coach burg, Marie McClaren, Mary Lou Natale, Carol Shaw, Edith Tuck- ,am ,- 21 L' ls " g ' XX E f fb Qi if JI K W ,Q ,mx I , K, ff 9 4 55 Q ff .fm-wwawwblf 'W' .Qiw Y' HQ' 5 mf Ya wx wk. LQ is W , nagging, f ff 1 A mf if f Ki dl Na Uur athletes . . ,- ,H R .M ,...,, - . ,T 1 X 'gy 3 Ax '5- lifnu .14 In 0 N A M I3 ' ., - is XL 5 Q .4 W . i' it ' - -V IN X ful- Q. '- h M S if ll New heights to achieve lomeroom 262 Mr. Neff ws! Row: N. l'1'ics. L. Blli'iiii.iI'ti. E. Diirliiigtim P. Mnpkuiizic. Qllrusbg A, Saxwii, Qlixcej: N. lmvcll. M. Kiwis. ly. Nicliliiw. Sammi Row: lr. liluytl Nctli. N. Mcssrl. li. Giirtlmi, N. siimirtl. Al. hXfv.lgl1Cl'. KI. Iislirr. M. Stcvcnswii, licliiiiiimiuscr. R. Ciircii. R. Wilsiiii. Tlziml mv: if. l7.ix'ics. gl. Roll. R. Stcmlcr. xl. Cgirliii. , . l. T.iylwi'. R. Luiwr. A. l'lLllli9IU.lll, vl. lxliiic, v'. Muitiu. M. Shuhat. 'lomeroom 264 Miss SOI'l1I'l16l'flCld 'irxt Row: A. i,fv.i1is. A. DQCCCQU. Niclwls. . Siyurs, QPrcs.Jg N, Uixirly. fifxcrijg A. lirlcf HIIIC. M. M4il.1lwy, V, Kurtzc. Sammi Row: fliss limm.i Siniiiiiuiiicltl. R. Mclcliiuric. D. Buff tciii. C. Vkfgigiirr. ll. Micimcl, C. Schmitt. E. Llc, L. Hugucs, W. W.ilsli. Al. Wii1iit'i'. Tlzmi low: M. Ossar. D, Kiiiluy, D. Reimer. -I. firming. R. Liiimgii, ul. l3smlcr.iv.1gu, W. Tgiylur, l. l7r'C1'cw. P. Lmwiww. M. Siiiglcy. ll. Curr. vp: A selected group of Sophs meet Choral club members put on a show for Sophomores watch a professional orches r instruction. the Sophs. tra in assembly. nttmn: One of Mr. Hamsl1er's English Bill Dixon third high magazine salesman Mr. Strange's biology class hard at work asses works on an assignment. is congratulated by his advisor, Mr. Wolfgang. s mffwu. ,N v-mqw x-7 ',.,M..,.,.-.-,-,i New oals to set 'QQ Homeroom 214 Miss Gambl: First Row: V. fll1ClI11Wll.l, l. llryzm. N. Scalviltmr F. Mpflfurmlck. Qljrcsjz l'. Ycrgcr. flfxcc.D1 H Nclsun. E. Tyrm-ull. A. Uuwgc. Sccuml Ron' lJI'lll1CUS fl.ll1llWlC. U. Rzly. M. Kiln. S. Smitlm I1LllAl. D. Hill. VJ. llmlzcr. C. P-anna. ll l31'uw11. F. Hullsupigln. Tlmxl Rum: D. Slwnk '- D. Wcst. U. Guctz. H. Kl.lL14. C. cll'UVVUl'S, fl , Luck. L. Sglmlcll. R. Nuwlwy. bl. Stnnlw. T V linrtlcy. B. l'cr1'y. Homeroom 225 Mr. Clugston First Ruw: xl. Z.ll'Cll.I. ll. l'unnyp.ucliu1'. Al. llurulu A. Gl.n'uc1'. flurcsjz li. lilly. flixuijzul. Klingcr R. Hiltun. C. Mclfluxn. Sammi Row: Mr. Klux' .xynca C. Sump. il. Sclwmm L. B.llI.ls. V. Vlgnulan. Al. .lTLmlu.uvy. C. Lmmcligvr W. Bzlssclt. W. Ncwmaurk. Tlzml Row: ll 1 T M5920 llurlic. xl. Cwllifn. M. Fil-ldi. l. Klaus. l. Slmcr wuml. R. Struck. ll. Mcfllmkcy. D. clllllWCl'lSIlI1 5m D. Lmlgc. D. Vv'ctl1u1'ill. 'La Homeroom 252 Mr. Lower l First Row: R. Cllzlusur. CI. Kzwlw. B. Nvwlvy. B. Slmifk. Qljrcsj: B. Vrmgcl. fllxccjz N. MCF2lklLlL'I1, L. Sclmllp. S. Dummy. Scfmui Rmv: Mr. Gcurgu Lcmwcr. L. ITAm.1tu. C. Stcinkc. Hinnclwurg. A. Burl. V. Pfam. If. Zivicllw. T. Mcllrntll. W. Burkc. Tlzml Row: R. Hullglxml. R. Klckcmtlm, KI. Quum. R. c:I'4lVUl. R. lfilkini. P. Cluxminglmm. ly. . omg. T. Onmy. Homeroom 254 Mr- Strange Fivxt Row: Al. Sclmlccxvclf. M. Hmxglm. A. Culglf 7 I 7 gg lwrg. l. lwttcr. fl ITSJ1 L. Slmlllvr. flfxuill M. ' D.1mi1'i. P. Lyla. M. liurlic. Seumul Row: Mx'. ggi 7 s ll Sllllllgf. H. Lcsmalrul. il. McNallvlw, R. Stculc. l. ljlnlcr. NI. Ncy 4 t. . Kfmisczlill, V. 5' 1 i lam' Tin' imc" U'Nclll. Al. MCcQll.lLlx'. I' mc. xl. Klrglzur. ll 12. ,, . .' Q 1. ho follow lntelllgentlw lomeroom 129 Mr Wolfgang 11111 R1111': 111 11 1111111 111lcl1111gI1,R l1l11 CP11 I C F1111 flu I f . lxcllv M M111111111 D 411 R111' Vxfull 111 v'11lg1'1', R. R111 1 R P1 111 I lull 11 'I11111111s1111. R lun 1 C'11ll 111 TI1 ,,11, 7' -K .1W. 5, N S1 lllx R M K' 111 1 D B . -um 'Iomeroom 152 Mr Km '11's! R1111': II' M A Vl1111'Q11111. L Akxllll IP1 ll . KCIIIMXIY. I I XXI T IUUUH XLL1171 IX ll1.11'l1w K111 11111 I. H1'll'1'1cI1 lx R1 Ill M I M131 111 R S111 , , 1,Vx71IQ1111, 1 1 w I LCC. lr. H 'I M11ll111ll1111l K 5111111 3c111cl. XY. M1 ll l 1 Homeroom Fxrxt R1111': NUCI IPITQ S. Kc1'11. M. l31'1'11.111l11111, I, W1ls1111. l511L1gl1c1'1y. TI111'1i R1111' 111111 L. SI1.1 11111l1-. XV, C IE, lzrwk. Homeroom 204 Mr Keller x .U L, L l'11x11 R11111: L l31l11l111111 R L11 C yl U71 W R J I. l.1ttu1's1111 I Tlllll 1 I1.1111 K1'll1'1'. Vs' L111 M I-11111111111 I M llllll, ll R111 1111 1 l51ck11141111, l C111 I5 M51 TI111 x1111 5l11'111'c1', I. H1 l'1.11'11cQ, R. F1111 11 I lx111 R l3111xx11 N Q11 l1111141'. l'. 51lt 1 Tllev also serve A - 1' LQ? Honmeroonm 61 Miss Hllghe Fnzvt Ilona ,l. LcU1.111d. R. Mll1.l4si11ll. 13. Vsfvcn gcr. N. AlJc1'f'u1'. fpruaji A. Cf.urtr11 Clfxucj ul, Siildsll. S. l'1'1mu1'. KI. H.mrris, Suomi Row Miss M.lI'Iij'I1 Huglmcs. R. Schxvslw. 15. Chri- tlwplmcnclu. K. -Iliihlllxfli. N. R11iWl'I4. -I. T.:ii1'i.m -I. DcVit1s. Cf, M.lrinuul.u, R. Blair. F. Uttun. R Rhck. Cf. Amlruws. Thmi Rmw: R. HQll'Ill1.llH R. Tllckur. U. Rwlwlmwim. I". Rlmmklcy. P. Snyilcr D. L.ukf. N. M.uHis. KI. Rettwum. R Mzimilsim, R -Iuulzlxi. Cl. I5il11ptvl'. Homeroom 62 Miss Hustor First Row: Miss Aliuv Hustwn. H, Antinmy R. Hqnscll. P. I51ur1'1L'l1. I. Siugtilcpl. fl'1'cs.J: W Snyalcls. fIfxuq.J1AI. Ilifgcrs. U. Tcrry. A. iilillllill Sccmui Rmv: Cf, Bl.1ku1'. B. -lwly. R. Uwcns. -I. M1mc1'm.m. A. M.:rslmm.m. M. A. Ccllini. AI. Lcitch. C. Vxfcsrrmmn. fl. Mmmuy. T. M.mrws. Tl1l'YLi Row: A. Appct. D. Hull. F. Kmliiluk. U. I-.mgiH. W, Dixwn. Al. H.1yw1mJ. 15. Srlxwvntkcr, P. Pu1'1'ym.m. F. Huppull. P. U1'r.usi1w. A, fhlmlvs. l.. Ilwlwiimsmm. Homeroom 65 Miss Miller lfzrxl Ruw: C. H.lI'I'i4lHl1, N. MJUH. M. -lrwnus, R. ' J lx.upl.m. fl ical: L. 1-v11T1.1l'd. filxvajg V. Tlicurcr. R. Rummg. R. Fish. Scumnl Rmv: Miss . . . . . , juli.: Millcr. N. M.m1cr'1. M. lt. Atkmsnmn. 5. fii1.lI'iC4XX'tll'Ii1, I XV't I1 C' gin '1' 9 Puri . LN41. .,. QL.4. ..' Jisi. C. I71Lw1'-311211. -I. BUXYIILIII. R. Urnkv. 7,111,711 Rnw: ff. Iilliilllg. If Ar'gcn1ic1'i. lf. Pcrsulms. S. Vidum. li. Muclls. If. l-.nwl'c11uu. ll, Mmmulvs, C.. K..1lI.1glm'. QI. HLKL. R. Mifimn. 1 Homeroom 124 Mr. McDonnell Fwxt lbw: R. Singlclwu. Cl. CYI.1ir. ff. Hatcll. B. Lcvitt. fPr'cs.j: N. Bwzzi. flfxuiilg L. M11f+1'i', li. Russnmm. C. l3r'.uncl.n11d. Sccmuf Row: If. u I.1scctt.u. B. IjlWi1I1x'l'. R. M.nuscr. R. Tlunumpsfum, N. Kaidur. V. Vvmctstrwlmc. S. Sugil. R. Villigcr. Tlimf Row: xl, M-vizm. NV. Spnctlm. VJ. Cl.1usun, T. Armus. D. i.C.Ilih'I11. ,l, l'it!v1ws. xl. Marks, A. RuHh, M, Katz. xl'lCkSUl1, R. Wiiiwil. R. Uulailiam. Tliiiil Row: W. Ricligiimlsiuii, l'. Dcsirc. Alcfupollliis, Qprcslz M. Aglclizzi, QEXCQJL B. pi ,Hurry Wikif. M, A. Wiirpl. Siidulgiril. F. sclmt, F. Scliccrcr. R. DcS1cf.inu. H, Millcr. A. Tf2lVilglll1l, R. H.ll14l1ilXN'. .lets off to a 'feat start Homeroom 28 Mr. Packer . First Riiw: M. Uixiiil. R. Nicliiwls, M. Dpcrc. S. Irvin, Qlfximilg S. Rgilstuii. Qprcxlq H. g'liL1 nmcliur. C. lfwiiig. Cl. Mmiciisia. Sccmid Row: Mr. Artliiii' P.iqkui-. .l. Fi11'tiiii.itw, N. Cnc. M. Rcrgcr. M, Alwliiwtt. C. Aiiti'g1si.i1i, M. Stiilliaim. F. Wzilsli. C. Nlicglcr, Cl. Rutlcr, F. hliicwlws. Cl. Alfiiril. Tlzinl Row: D. Tjlljillll. -l. Kwrsli. T. Luimgu, H. Hgicgluy, R. Mcrviu. R. Rcrsliaid. R. Tlwmpsiwn. T. ALl.1mcy. P. Utcri. R. Sc.ii'lwiiw R. Slcmt. XV. Vsfintcii Homeroom 30 Mr. Russ First Row: M. Vwfgilsli. L. l..ixvi'ciiQs. C. B3 1 D. Aglgini. Ql'rcs.J1 F. Fiiri-ull, Qlixccjg S. Dciclif lor. C. M.infi'cLl. L. Sciicr. Secmul Row: Mr. Ch-iwrgc Russ. N. W.ilsli. F. Bcriimii, M. Grucn' w.ilLl, A. Nimlaiiiii. S. Riuigiisii. D. Strutli. M. W. Kunlcul. ll. Smitli. nl. Mcycr. lf. Tliuinpsiiii. VJ. Ailiims. R, Lusciiriiig. R. l'l.1i1ics. D. Rcsctli. Homeroom 53 Mr. Wike First Row: D. Lawwii. N. Fawlcy. K. Bust. T. lnmcs, R. Slmw. M. lliklcy. Secmiil Row: Mr. I Mxircli, C. Furtig. M. cT.lI11C1'lHl1, M. A. Millcr. B. Della Pciiim, D. Griflls. D. Zcuucr. D. Lyiic i. Tliinl Row: C. Iiillic. Cl. Clirist. XV. Fixitick. M. lmcktnigiii. U. Amlcrsiiii. xl. Ritcliic, A. Pxilcnf Homeroom 55 Mr. C. Thompson First Row: M. Slicldim. M. Marlirfkzi. A. Mills. Al. Trimlilv. fl'rcs.H1 B, Griffith. QEXQQQ: F. Clqinis. R. Vnkiss. B. l1lCVll.lCLlLlll. Seciiml Row: Mr. Cliiwivii Tliimipsniii. l. Alldurgcr. H. Szallw M. Al.1rrcl. lf. Fuiiiiiiiwc. W. Luc. M. Riilwliins. A. llittncr. 'Tliiril Ruin: R. DiSylvcstrii. R. Millcii W. Smitli. A. Clii'ist1ii.iii. C. Lilac. R. iliiliiisiwii, T. Harkiiis. The class of 956 . . . MR. ROY W. WOLFGANG MISS JULIA S. MlI.l.ER Tlxc 1936 lfxccutlvc Cxxxxmxxttcc. gxxvcrmug llxxxmxxy. Lx'Q.xsL1x'c1'. Umx xxl' tlxc .xclivxllcs xxxx tlxcfx' lwrly xxf llxc cl.xss. st.xrtuLl tlxc SUPllll1l1lTI'U4 will txx .xguml.x xxxxs tlxu cxxtrx't.xixxixxg xxl' tlxu uiglxt l"xxx'cigxx xlxc first slxccuss xxf tlxuir tlxrcc yc.xx's 'lm ghg hill" lixclxaxngc stmlcms tlx.xt vieitul ll, ID. .xg gm-Q. tlxc m.xg.x:im' c.xxxxp.xigxx. Tlxc xxxxxutucn mom, xxf tlxc Ql.x4s. Ivy Sxtg1'x'xcll .xml -l.xxxvL Tlxxxxnpslxn lwrx wlxx- wcrc clcctml in tlmcix' lxxxxxxfx-xxxxms .xml wsu' clxlxscn lwy tlxc lfxcculivc flxxxnxxxittuc txx pl.xx1mxl .xll .xctivitics xxf tlxc class. wcrc .mlul lwy x'cpx'c4cxxt tlxcix' cl.xsQ in tlxc uxxxxprtitixxxx flxxx' Miai tlxcix' s.xp.xlxlc .xllvismxrs. Miss -Iuli.x Millkmx' .xml Mr. llgmlxxll in tlwc All Sqlxlxxxl Slxxxw. Tlxcix- lwig .4xxQl.xl Rxxy Nxyllll-g,1H!4 T119 1.4.1-klwmliilxg xxfliccrs wcx-s cvcxxt of tlxc yuxr was tlxc Sxxplxxxlwxxm' llxmx' ixx Digk K.xpl.xn. prcsulcxxtg Tim Alcfxxpxxlxxxxs. viguf M.xy wlxcrc tlxc M.xy' Quccxx .xml lxcr :xxxxrt wcxm' px1'siklcx1t1 A1111 C.xrtcx'. sccx'ct.xx'y: .xml Rxxgux' lxxxxxlxuml. First Row: L. Lcnlmrd. N. Grady, A. Marshxlxan, B. Griffith. S. Irvin. G. Mazzone. Third Row: R. Kaplan. presidvntg R. Conway, treasurer P. Hickman. Svrond Row: T. je-fopoulos, vice-presidentg A. Carter N Bo77i A Saxon I Shiffcr T Barth R W , . ,., . , .. , . . -y, . ang. secrctaryg M. Adcliz7i. D. Tubbs, F. Farrell, B. Vogel. E. Daly, Mrs. Anna Slick's junior journalism class studies the art of writing. A school band provides entertainment for a junior assembly. Beverly Brassington, junior, takes aim. lamf have toiled .M.fW.f.,, Honmeroonm 209 Miss Yerkf Firxl Run-: R. Bull. ,l. cjllI1IHI1QlLll11. V. Tlnnnl I H 11 N. ., .N Jw. k. A. .Var 11 J- -I - I R. .- - h AK I ,E 4 I H Nfn'l11bl4. RRULLI. Vvfrllmwshfll. Kullvy A. H.lINn'Y. Tlzmi Ruzv: IL. S.1x'.4stiu. li Cfunning lmm. F. Ustcrlwltz. li. SLIITII U. C41n1p.m.n, lx M.1wf1n1. R. IZSPKNIUI. NI. Mmunwski. W'--4 Homeroom 221 Miss Chrismm Fnmt Ruw: R. Tww11su11J. R. Mutlwws. M. Dug digmn. lf. Chkc. fPrcs.J: H. Riclmmmwml, Ufxcqj M. Slmcrry. R. l3cH.nirs. R. Williqulmmseruu. Sccmu Row' Miss Clmrlwttc CIlYf4II1.lll P. Dcficw. R "Q '. . t, LSfI.ILLl. R. L.nvu1'y. Thmf Iww: I7. lvnrscm. R .. , N. ' .-I 'LCLUII H.lH,I. If. I.L1uku11imcl1. R R.ll14UI1s', D. Mlllll'l5 H. W1v1mLl. Homeroom 226 Miss Goodmar Firm! Ruw: A. Sl1u1'xxwmLl. li. Hitfmm. L. Ringlcr. D, M.lISfI1!L'l'. Rival: M. L, Truut. lfxvul ul, L:Cl'QLl4lY11. M. Chlnplwll. S. Luinlm.1usc1'. Suomi Row: Miss Alisa Cwml111.u11. -I. Murphy, R. WC'!U'. I. IYIAHQCIIJ, Nutlmll. il. Rcrgur. M. Rc.1g4w4.1, L. T.uyIm', ff. Sfl1w.u1't:. Tllmf Row: H. H.lQ1lIWf.ll1, S. Ifttiugnr, I. P.u1'kc1'. R. Cf,1111plwlL T. Mx'ClllI'xx, S, Rmx'u1'4, H. L,.lXX'4UI1. L. Vx'umlxx'.x11L 4 Homeroom 253 Mr. Harer Fwxt Row: R. Cf.l1111.1v-w. A. Wmmli. A. I'v1'1'1r. R. H.lI'LIlI1Q. fprusjz U. Rcrglliplw. Qlfxuijg B, Dv L17 Xl 1 wm H.lI'n'I'. L. f,.1p.1lJ1. U. Turpm, 5. Lcuf l1.lI'I, R. Shultz. ,l, CXITVNIU. M. L. HL1H'sticklc1', W. McCfw1mQlL T. l'.mll1.11'cll.1. R, Rl'.1sli11.Tl1iTL1, cycrs. H. llx'f'llU1kl4. R klwlwm. -I. Yum-ll, L. Tcrrcy. gl. Lxnms. R. Tw1.'ll.11'y. klready shows results Homeroom 133 Mr. Young C., w , , , . First Iww: 11. Cilxlrk, B. Iiinigk, P. King, H. Kiitliki.m, U'rcs.lg S. Swaim. flfxc-Ll: L. Elliott, M. Plixiu. A. Stciiimctz. Sccimtl Row: Mr. .liuliu Yimung. D. litlwii-tls, R. Millcr, M. A. Briwtlsky, l. Suirlc. F. Llciiiis, bl. G1.itlnt-y, M. Malsitcstai, M, MiltLll.l. R. Cgiskill. Tliini Row: bl. Griilis. R. Hullcy, nl. clLIll111il11, C. Ogiklcy, ,l. Stiluflur. D. Piiwt-ll. R. Willaine, K. M.1i'tii1, W. Slltfr. Homeroom 164 Mrs. Reminger Firxt Row: N. Ccnscincr. N. Sclimitlt. ll. Taylor, C. Cfillcy. fPrcs.lg Ll. Bamicy. Qlfxccjg ll. Mainlcy. S. Ccltlic. lf. Wilkinson. S6't'U'lItl Row: Mrs. Dimmtliy Rciiiiiigcr, L. Pflicgur. C. Diggs. C. Dick. R, 1-loss, B. Tlllillllllll, R. Elliott, B. llstcs, E. Millix Al, Clcmmcnscn. Tliird Row: P. Moors. V, Pltictz, A. Mgillis. L. Hcrtlcr, L. W't't'ks. ll. Bc.1i1it'i'. M. lirwwii, D. Sctitt. M. Briitiglitmi. Homeroom 201 Mr. Hedstrom Fiizxt. Riiw: Al. Tiiyliir. gl. l3ui'c.iw. P. I-Iinnclwurg, N. Hiilltiwiiy. QP1'cs.Jg P. Criggs, flixccjg C. Kimpp. Al. Cimstcllu, P. Ent-kiul. Secimtl Row: Mr. Curl Ht-tlsrmm. W. Millcr. S. Bcclitcl. N. Sccf liurgcr. L. Muff. M. Ma1i'c.mtumi. bl. Girgirtl, .l. Wt'lls, W. llunctlict. Tlzinl Row: V. Pro. Saiitluiiu. lf. Culvur, R. M.ii'tiii. P. Spicllcr. R. Vwlilsuii, F. Ullfccfc. xl. Crow. Homeroom 206 Mr. Hamsher Firxt Row: bl, Fctltlurn. K. lluclwc, C. WUSfL'l'l11.ll1. C. Cullum. fP1'us.J: R. Wimllc, fllxccjz G. Crxiccy. D. Flitzcllvcrqcr. E. Kuntz. Secmitl Ruw: Mr. C.1rl Hainislicr. F. Stwvcr, A. RIl1111l5l1LlS, il. Ncxvminw. D. Marplc. P. Terrell. M. Burlcr, VV, 1-Igisqliui-. D. C.1mpamz1. Tliinl Row: F. Ulson. R. Smiiitlcrs. R. lillw. xl. Mqisiin. R. Holmcf. M. llcrrnuii. xl. D'Am:1to. I Their year of preparation . n gi, A A M. 3 2 - H S' Homeroom 120 Mr. Oswald Fxrxt Row: S. Raclrin. lvl. Cflmglwiula. C. FI'ilI1U19. I. M1lCLilllQl1ll11, Ql'rrN.I: ll. Struck. flixccjz QI. Muffrrul. lf. Lcttmicllw. M. AIJICRSIWII. Sccmul 1 Row: Mr, c1l1.l1'lC4 1 Qwalrl. Cf. W41gl11'1'. L. lhwyrl. M. Hglrrlicli. M. L. DiRiug-1. R. Ryan, P. Lung. E, P.urwnQ. R. Y.nm1i. Thml Row: R. Adv. I. McNally. R, Cunlin. AI. Sulmmmmm, R. fluglld. ll MCIlQ.lSI711. R Vx".1lLlr11n. L, l5l'cxvc4. C. l'i4tm'r-1. Homeroom 1 23 Mr. Diehl Fnzvt Row: A. Lux. S, -Isflhwlt. D. l"l4lI'li1l14. R. Cnrncly. Cljrcsjz VJ. lj1lCllCl', flfxccjz G. Buzzi. D. W.lgI1n'l'. R. Stlxlylinc. Sammi Row: Mr. 'Iulm Diclml. D. Kcnncrly. l-. Clrgurmulwxw. -I. Pattcrsull. S. Salm. S. lglll'iC1'. lf l:1'ULlCl'iCli, U. Mcrkins. Tlrml Rmv: NI. Putrris. If. Sunmwr. R. Hcrpst. G. Nickcl. lf. Rlankluy. R. M.lllylr1ck. R. l.cHingwcll. VV. XXILll'1I1Q'. R. RIM. Homeroom 130 Miss Reed Fzrsl Row: I. lDI'17I1x'lWLl1'Q. R. R1'414Si11qtm1. S. Halrml. D. Spcnccr. fljrcajz D. Hicks. QEXQQI: H. Burplslcy, H, Strwlwcl. M. A. MilL'CQl1'1L'll1l. Scccmd Row: Mise F1'1CLl.l Rural. C. Pcmlzl, A. Dcl3l41sii4. E. Fry. S. Puttcr. I-. Kcrslmcr. D. Grunt. D. Rulmmcl. S. Imrci. S. Wrllwlr-S. I. Mc' IVIXICRCI1, R. Sammuuliqm. Tllini Row: D. Ryzlr. R. Mcrrikcn. -I. W1'l:. I. Durkin. R. Nickcrwn. -I. Bcgltty. R, Mxmfu. VJ. Rllflicrt, F. Vxfcizcr, L. Cerwin. Homeroom 132 Mr. Snyder Firxt Row: 1. B.l1'I1UN. VI. Rrciulling. QI. Pcnnicli. I. Clancy, fPrc4.I: P, Mirldlctwn. fljxccjg -I. Vxfntsmm. L, Halussmmn, KI. Salrm-Jr. Sammi Row: A, clTQlVVl'AUl'Ll, W. Hill. D. c1I'UC11C, -I. Snlm, ff. Kerr. I3. M.lCK111.Ql1l. A. Swalv. R. Dutncy. D. Dyklwusc. Tllird Row: L, MIlg'kIN1PTLI, lf. l3s:lvc1'. 17. Byers. C. Nmwrtcm. H. Vxfhitlwy, R. Rutlcr. A. Stxmllicr. D. Mcycr. T. Pwtlcr. Stands read for leadershlp Homeroom 1 4 Mrs. Abrams First Row: A. Smitli, -I. Del Rossi, E. Wood. D. Anderson fPres.j. D. Padis Qlfxeej. N. Hnnseeker. H. Van Krieken, K. MeCartl1y. Seeond Row: Mrs. Helen Alarams. D, jones. W. Brown, M. Adair, B. Fink. bl. Billie. R. Cuagent. A. Lilweraiore. M. Root. D. Cliarlino, R. Sigisf inoati. 'Third Row: W. De Mains. S. Ziviello. R. Turner. P. Hart. C. Penrod. D. Fanton, N. Dimpter, H. McFarland. C. Nauman. H. Rieli. l.,lkllC. Homeroom 20 Mr. H. Thompson First Row: Al. Palmer. D. Anderson. xl. Caseiato, -I. DiArenso. R, Cillwert. flfxcejz M. L. Lipsett, L. Wrigley. C. Fiore. Second Row: Mr. Harold Thompson, R. Phillips. C. Neill. M. MeClaren. A. Pnird. M. Rourke, E. Speers. D. Haclle. A. Vito. W. Hrnlaaker. R. Donaldson. Third Row: R. Alnstiee. W. Simmons. D. Adams. R. Hartung, W. Van Loan. E. Loos. R. Rueselier. R. Me' Keever. N. Lodge. R. Clark. Homeroom 21 Mr. Brooke First Row: L. Zam witella. K. Ruddy. R. Hutelif I ins. S, Block, QPres.j: C. Hake, QEXUCJL S. MeClenaglian. A. Stanley. C. Loewen. Second Roni: Mr. Cliarles Brooke. ul. Pierre. E. Nespoli, D. Messerselnnid. S. Parnes. D. DiFiori. Iwi. Cataldo. S. Vitullo, F. Donato. C. Adams. Tlzird Roni: K. Harootnnian, ll. Van Zyl. K. Kain. F. Cladeek. ul. Luke, A. Rogers. tl. Clarke, S. Mef Kittriek. il. Hatley. Homeroom 51 Miss Litty First Row: M. Dimmler. K. Stongli. A. Cave. A. Hankins. fPres.J: L. Rust, QExee.j1 L. Vow' ler, D. Ford. A. Borio. Second Row: Miss Bar' lwara Litty. vl. Pino. E. Parrott, N. Zelinsky. lvl. Irvine. P. Artin. P. McCoy. M. Logue. bl. Hempliill. P. Miekle. Tliird Row: M. Keating. M. Neuman, F. Ade. P. Coggins. C. Dougherty, R. Rnrns. W. Lyneli. VJ. Rolleston, F. Clanser. The class of 9 . . . MR. FRED R. LOEB T115 cl.1-4 111' '11 vv.1s 1'111'11111.1tc 111 l1.1VlIlS N115 l.l1.11'l11ttc K-l1I'1SIl1.lIl. 111 1l11' l'1'c11cl1 1lc11.1rt1111'11t. .1111l M11 Fimml L11cl1. 1114 thc Pl1ys1c.1l li1l11c.1t11111 LlSIW.!l'l' 1111-111 .1s IIS 11111111l.11' .llltl .1l1lc .1clv1s111's. Tlwsm txvll 1111111110 willingly LlIlllUkl lllfll' -:1l'111'ts 111 11l.111 lilll' .1ssc111l1l1us. llll-Cl. g1111l.111cc 111 .1ll. 1111c1'v1cw 11.11'c11l4. .lllkl l1.1111ll1' thc 111.111y 111'11l1lu111s tl1.11 511111111111 fl.14f .11lv1s111's c.1cl1 11cxx' 11.112 Thy q11lV1s111's WQ11' g1'c.1tly .14f1stc1l hy thc c1111sc1c11t11111s .1111l CAlIW.llNlC cl.1s:l 11fl11'u1'4: R11'l1.11'1l H.lI'LllllQ', 111'cs11ls11t1 R.1y Vsfimllc. v1pu'111'cs11lc11t: Alutly Vwlrlls. suq1'c1.11'y: .1111l D1111.1l1l M.1wQ1111. 1rc.1s111'c1'. 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XXHIN .1 my .lllkl ilICCL'4Slilll 111111111 Thu 1w11 1111111111004 lilll' Q11cc11 1111 1111- Allf 9:l11111l Sl111w. Chris F11111' .1111l l:1'.111c1'4 Kl111111.111. wcrc cl11141'11 hy the cxcc1111vc4. lt XX'.l4 tlllt' 111 lllt' c1l1c1c11t VVl1l'li 1111 thc cl.14Q lu.11lc1'Q 111.11 lllk' 111111111' tl.1w Qllcccutltxl 111 cvcry 1'11Ll1'.1v11r. Sally Swaim, Daphne Padis, Mary I.ou Trout. Third Run' Craig Bertolett, Warner Pitcher, Paul Griggs, Bob Gilbert David Hicks, Heather Richmond, Gloria Strack, Bob Famous Service and Scholarship 1, 1411141-1 5 121 1 I ENN? K Q 'vii Q 5' I 1 df! L51 ,. 1 '1 1 s P,., vm V :" ,.,- 4 M' 1 -V,i-. ,,,., 11 1 K9 A m Service Award Winners: John Craft, Margaret Mitchell, Donald Jost, Ellen Dixon. Richard Moon, Phyllis Ball. 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MARY LOUISE WILSON .imberlalte Road Upper Darby DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION Clubs: Choral 2, 3: Distributive Education 43 Library 2. 3 JOHN FRANKLIN WINNER, J R. GOLD WILLIAM HIRES WILSON e Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: AIl'School Show Cast 3 Class: Dance Committee 4: Executive Committee 4: Party Committee 4: Play Committee 4 Clubs: A Cappella "A" 3, Treasurer 45 Visual Aida 4 ngreu Avenue Lansdowne CARL F' WOLFER N-I-mc PURPLE ggers Avenue Upper Darby Clubs: Rifle 2, 3. 43 Visual Aids 3, 4 SCIENTIFIC PURPLE A GAY CYNTHIA WRAY destdale Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD ARTHUR FRANCIS XAVIBR School: All-School Show Cast 3 Q Avenue Fernwood Class: Dance Committee 4 ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD Clubs: Astrophychem 4: Bowling 2, 3, 4: Choral 45 Hippocratcs 3, 4 Spoftsz Basketball Numerals 2 HELEN MARIE XAVIBR 20 First Avenue Fernwood GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE School: Publications Agent 4 Class: Dance Committee 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 2, 3 ..,f4fi.m- H I '- . ,EN '-.MA Luau' J ,taxi -.nhieus A5115 . . 17.11259 -V "i """-ea--.. . -- "' I . --.. 'Tn NWI., . 's.,""--- .. I"s M " '--wa, - 14,51 - . .,.., , I I w-,,' 11. 1. - ,.- Q IL-. B . , 4. "3':: Q, , . " ,rs ' ., .. .,, 4. ' Nm. - -. I . x .N , , . I f " S '-up e, x ax.. ' N . 4 A 6 ug -M, X: , -Engng I H .L 'Q A 9 I R dxf A N la. Q NA A? P ,L gl I 4: II.. R, N 9 I, -Rf: 'Nj War.-' . t Gm- , One Hundred Fourteen x-. fl brother . . . HARRIET WHITE Drexelbrook Drive Drexel Hill AC MIC PURPLE School: All-School Show Cast 2: Miss Upidoll 4 Clubs: Choral 2 DONALD G. WHITPAN "Bde Avenue Drexel Hill ACCOUNTING GOLD School: Gym Aide 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4 CAROL A. WIKE Hyne Avenue Lansdowne ACADEMIC GOLD School: Publications Business Stall' 3, 4: Leaders Group fl. 4: Publications Agent 2, 3, 4: Gym Aide 2, 4: Honor Roll 3: All-School Show Cast 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3, 43 Play Usher 3, 4: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Executive Committee 2, 3: Party Committee 2, 4: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Choral 2: Horace Mann 3, 4 Sports: junior Varsity Basketball 3: junior Varsity Tennis 3: Varsity Basketball 4 FREDERICK HOWARD WILLIAMS iadeland Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3 Clubs: A Cappella "B" 4: Choral Club, Treasurer 4 Sports: junior Varsity Wrestling 2: Varsity Tennis 2 P. JANE WILLIAMS nth Brighton Avenue Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC GOLD School: Publications Typing Staff 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4 Class: Dance Committee 2: Executive Committee 2: Party Committee 2 Clubs: Choral 3, 4 LOUISE B. WILLIAMS Dexel Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD Class: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Astrophychem 3. 4: Hippocrates 2, President 3, 4: Latin 3: Tay-Wistalvan 4 One Hundred Thirteen CAROL MARIE WHITELEY Qbey Terrace Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Acorn Art Stall 2: Upi'Dah Art Staff 2, Art Editor 4: Student Council 2: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Art Prize 2, 3: Distinguished Honor Roll 4 Class: Play Usher 4: Dance Committee 2, 3: Executive Committee 3, 4: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: PanfAmerican 2, Librarian 3 IVIATTHEW PAUL WICK der Avenue Drexel Hill DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION PURPLE Clubs: Distributive Education 4: Visual Aids 2, 3, 4 FRED K. WILLARD 1 Avenue Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD GERALDINE ELEANORE WILLIAMS e Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Student Council 2, Executive Committee 3: Gym Aide 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3, 4: Dance Comf mittee 2, 3: Executive Committee 4: Party Com' mittee 2: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Bowling 4: Choral Z, 3: Pan-American 3 JOAN MARIE WILLIAMS 1' 7 1 12 mania Avenue Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE School: Publications Typing Staff 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Bowling 4: Choral Z, 3, 4 NANCY ELAINE WILLIAMS 2 Drive Lansdowne GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE School: AllfSchool Show Cast 3 Class: Dance Committee 3, 4 Each man as . . . DOROTHEA E. TWISSELMAN Q5-'camore Avenue Aldan ACADEIVIIC PURPLE School: All-School Show Production Z, 3, 43 Orchestra 2. 3, 4: District Orchestra 2, 3 Clubs: German 2. 3, President 4: Mtisical Nlasterpieces 4: World Allairs Forum 3. Secretary 4 JOAN PATRICIA URIE ,Mason Avenue Drexel Hill ACADENIIC GOLD School: Publications Business Stall 2: Hi'Y -lg Leaders Group 3, 4: Student Council 3, Executive Committee. Secretary 4: All-School Show Cast 2. 3. 45 Publi- cations Agent 2: Gym Aide 3. -lg Honor Roll 3, 4, Distinguished Honor Roll 3 Class: Play Usher 4: OAK Literary Staff 4: Dance Committee 2, 3. 41 Party Committee Z, 43 Play Committee 3. -l Clubs: A Cappella "B" -lg Choral 3, 4: Horace Mzinn 4 Sports: Girls' Softball, Manager 33 Basketball Numerals 2. -4: Varsity Hockey -l JAMES HENRY VOWLER ' Parkview Road Upper Darby ACCOUNTING PURPLE School: Band 2. 3, 4 Chiba: Choral Z: Visual Aids 4 Sports: Softball Numerals Z GEORGE ANDREW WALSH worth Lynn Boulevard Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Entered September, 1953 DONALD LAMAR WATERHO'USE - Agnew Drive Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS ' ' GOLD Clubs: Bowling 3, 4, Team 3, 4 JERALD E. WEST 'Eldon Avenue Drexel Hill SALESNIANSHIP PURPLE School: Leaders Group 4 5 ' Class: junior Play Cast: Dance Committee 3: Executive Committee 4 -Clubs: Agriculture 3: Bowling Team 4 One Hundred Twelve CHARLES HERBERT UMBERGER driscilla Lane Aldan ACADENIIC PURPLE Clubs: Visual Aids 3, Secretary 4 FRANCIS LEONARD VAN HBE, JR. Que Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD Class: Senior Play Cast: All-School Show Production 4 Clubs: A Cappella "A" -lg Choral 3, 4: Visual Aids 3, 4 DARLENE CAROL WAKEFIELD .Agnew Drive Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE School: Honor Roll 2, 3, -lg Distinguished Honor Roll 2 ALAN WARREN mrper Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Upi'Dah Literary Stall -lg Hi-Y 4: Stavze Crew 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: English Prize 2: National Thespian Society 4 Class: Junior Play Castg Senior Play Cast: Play Usher 43 Commencement Usher 3 Clubs: Musical Masterpieces 3. Vice-President 4: Rifle 2, 3. Team -lg German Clulw 4 IRWIN WEINSTEIN slinton Road Upper Darby ACCOUNTING GOLD Class: Play Usher 3 MARY CAROLYN WHITE -nport Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC polo-Lg Clem: Play Usher 33 Dance Committee fl: Party Com' mittee 4: Play Committee 3 Clubs: Chess -lg Library 3 io I will defend JOHN TERLIZZI glewood Road Upper Darby DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION GOLD Clubs: Distributive Education 4 ALAN LAUM TEUBNER ' on Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC' PURPLE School: Hi-Y 3, 4: Student Council 3. 41 All-School Show Cast 2, 3, 4: HifQ 4: Honor Roll 2: Distin' guished Honor Roll 3, 4 Clubs: A Cappella "A" 2, 3, President 4: Lc Cercle Francais 2: Rifle 2, 3: Steinmet: 2, 3, President 4: Visual Aids Z WILLIAM H. THOMPSON I anfair Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Acorn Reporter 4 Class: Dance Committee 43 Party Committee 4 Clubs: A Cappella "B" 3, "A" 4: Choral 2: Le Cercle Francais Z JAMES LEROY TIMMENEY anon Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE Spmts: Soccer Numerals 2: Varsity Soccer 3. 4 MARYANN H. TRAWKA eybrook Lane Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE Clubs: Choral 3, 4 EDITH JEAN TUCKWOOD auth Glenwood Avenue Aldan SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: Leaders Group 4g Student Council 2: Gym Aide 3: Honor Roll 4 Class: Dance Committee 2, 3, 43 Play Committee 3 Clubs: Choral 2, 3. 4: First Aid and Social Service 2 Sports: Basketball Numcrals 2, 4: Junior Varsity Hockey 5, Varsity Hockey 4, Most Valuable Player Award 4 One Hundred Eleven JOHN WALKER TERRES ellenbrook Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Leaders Group 3: Student Council 2, 3, 4, Executive Committee Z. 4, Sergeant' at-Arms 4: National Thcspian Society Z: Honor Rol 3: Distinguished Honor Roll 2: Public Speaking I Prize 2: Spanish II Prize 23 Spanish III Prize 3 Sports: Junior Varsity Cross Country 3, Varsity Cross Country. Co-Captain 4g Varsity Track 2, 3 ROBERT B. THOMPSON e Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD Clubs: Choral 3. 4 ROBERT RICHARD THRASHER I rmarle Avenue Drexel Hill . ACADEMIC GOLD School: All-School Show Production 3. Cast 4: Band 2. 3, 4 Class: Dance Committee 4 Spons: Junior Varsity Cross Country 3: Varsity Cross Country 4 JOHN HARRY TORRANTE ermere Avenue Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD School: A. A. Council 4: Welfare Agent Z, 3, 4 Clubs: Choral 2 Sports: Junior Varsity Baseball lg Varsity Soccer 2, 3, Co'Captain 4 JOYCE LOUISE TRUMBOWER ton Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC GOLD School: Publications Typing Staff 4: Vv'elfare Agent 2 Class: Dance Committee 4: Party Committee 4: Play Commi:tee 3 Clubs: Astrophychem 4: Bowling 4: Choral 2: Hippocrates 43 PanfAmcrican 2 WILLIAM RICHARD TURNER we Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: Orchestra 2: Honor Roll -lg All-School Show Production 4 Class: Play Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 4: Leeuwcnhoek, Treasurer 43 Musical Masterpieces 3, Program Director 4 We need one another . . . GLORIA RITA STELLINI it. Charles Street Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE School: Publications Agent Z, 3 Clubs: Library Z. Treasurer 3, Prcsidcnt 4 RICHARD B. STEVENSON woodland Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD BARBARA LEE STOTT amend Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD School: Publications Agent 3: Honor Roll 4 Class: OAK Litcrary Staff 4: Dancc Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee 2: Play Committee 3 Clubs: Horace Mann 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4: Tay-Wistalvan 4 LYNN SUSAN TANENBAUM Eeverly Boulevard Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Upi'Dah Literary Stall' 3, 4: Dance Committee 4: Party Committee 4: Play Committee 43 Honor Roll 4 Clubs: Le Cercle Francais 3. 4: Musical Masterpieces 3: World Affairs Forum, Treasurer 4 Sports: junior Varsity Tennis 2, 3: Basketball Numerals 4 ROBERT JOHN TAYLOR 'I-mond Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3, 4 WILLENE TAYLOR . Township Line Road Upper Darby CADEMIC PURPLE Clubs: Choral 3 One Hundred Ten MARTIN STERN aarchwood Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Band 2. 3, 4 Class: Executive Committee 2 Clubs: Pan-American 2 MARILYN STOCKWELL nnsylvania Avenue Aldan STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE School: Publication Typing Staff 4: Welfare Agent 4: Honor Roll 3 Clubs: A Cappella "B" 4: Choral Club 3 HELEN ANN SYPHARD ichield Apartments Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC GOLD School: Publications Typing Staff 4: Publications Agent 4: Honor Roll 3. 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 4 Class: Dance Committee 3 Clubs: Bowling 3, 4 JOSEPH H. TATE -li Kirlrlyn Avenue Upper Darby ACCOUNTING PURPLE School: A. A. Council 4: All-School Cast 3. 4: Gym Aide 3. 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3 Spovts: junior Varsity Football 2: Varsity Football 3: CofCaptain 4 SAMUEL TAYLOR ,wwden Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD FREDRIC WILLIAM TEAL. -Pine Street Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3 Clubs: Visual Aids 4 lsm own... BARBARA NAOMA SMITH -oneybrook Lane Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Acorn Editorial Board 4, Copy Editor 45 Acorn Reporter 2, 35 HifY 3, 45 Leaders Group 3, Captain 45 Student Council 45 Welfare Agent 35 AllfSchool Show Production 25 Publications Agent 25 Gym Aide 35 Honor Roll 2, 3, 4 Class: Homcroom Color Captain 35 Commencement Usher 35 Dance Committee 2, 35 Play Committee 3 Clubs: Bowling Team 25 Le Cercle Francais Z, 3 Spons: junior Varsity Hockey 35 Varsity Cheerleading 3, 4 JAMES A. SMITH girfax Road Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD School: Gym Aide 3 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2 Sports: Soccer Numerals 2 MARY LO'UISE SMITH azel Avenue Upper Darby MIC GOLD School: Acom Art Staff 25 UpifDtih Literary Stall' 35 Leaders Group 45 AllfSchool Show Cast 7., 3, 45 Gym Aide 3, 45 Honor Roll 3 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 25 OAK Literary Staff 45 Dance Committee 2, 3, 45 Party Committee 2, 4 Clubs: Astrophychem 25 Horace Mann 3, Secretary 45 PanfAmcrican 3 JOHN ANTHONY SPARTA irfax Road Drexel Hill ACCOUNTING GOLD NANCY JEANNE SPRANKLE estdale Road Upper Darby STE RAPHIC PURPLE School: AlI'School Show Cast 35 Distinguished Honor Roll 2 Clubs: Choral 2, 3 PAUL M. STECKEL shby Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Clubs: Bowling Treasurer 2, 3, 4, Team 2, 3, 4 One Hundred N ine DOLORES ANN SMITH ndover Drive Upper Darby DEMIC GOLD Class: Dance Committee 3, 45 Play Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 3, 4 JEANNINE KAE SMITH 'riscilIa Lane Aldan ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Dance Committee 45 Party Committee 45 Honor Roll 4 Clubs: Choral 35 Pan-American 45 World Affair: Forum 4 VINCENT LLOYD SNYDER Gndale Road Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE School: AlIfSchool Show Cast 3, 4 SAM E. SPEER aria:-cliff Road Upper Darby SALESMANSHIP PURPLE RUTH AURYL STALLSMITH vwayne Avenue Aldan SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: A. A. Council 45 Hi'Y 45 Welfare Agent 45 Band 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3, 45 Dance Com' mittee 2, 3, 45 Party Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 45 A Cappella "B" 3, 4, Execuf tive Committee 35 Astrophychem 2, 3, 4 Sports: Girls' Softball 25 Basketball Numerals 25 junior Varsity Hockey 25 junior Varsity Basketball g5llVarsity Hockey 3, Captain 45 Varsity Basket' a 4 PATRICIA STEFANO rth Harwood Avenue Upper Darby ADEMIC PURPLE School: Leaders Group 45 Publications Agent 25 Gym Aide 3, 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3, 45 Play Usher 35 Commencement Usher 35 Dance Committee Z, 3, 45 Executive Committee Z, 3, 45 Party Committee 2, 45 Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Choral 25 Horace Mann 3, 4 Each manls grief PHILIP CHARLES SCHWINDT -Oakley Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD Clubs: Choral Z, 3 Sports: Varsity Soccer " 3. -ig Most Valuable Player Award 4 WILLIAM DAVID SEMPLE 'North Fairview Avenue Upper Darby V WILLIAM JAMES SCOTT, JR. 1 rry Avenue Drexel Hill I NTIFIC PURPLE I School: Gym Aide 3 , Class: Class Color Captain 2. 3. 43 Homcrooin Color Captain 2. 3, 4 Clubs: A Cappella "B" 33 Choral 2, 3 Sports: Junior Varsity Football 31 Junior Varsity Basketball Z, 33 Junior Varsity Baseball 2 DONALD BRUCE SHAW DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION PURPLE Sghggl Lane Drexel Hill School: Publications Agent 3 ARTS AND CRAFTS g0LD Clubs: Distributive Education 4 HARRY R. SHEADS . CHRISTOPHER HAROLD SHEPHERD -Vernon Road Drexel Hill ahatham Ro d U er Dub 3 SCIENTIFIC GOLD pp y SCIENTIFIC GOLD Clitln: German 4 'GARY FRANCIS SHILLINGFORD STUART CARL SHIVE milk Lane Pi'Im0S iillbank Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE School: Band 2, 3, 4: Orchestra Z. BEVERLY JANE SIMMONS .- 1 -Penarth Avenue Upper Darby RONALD SIHLER ACADEMIC PURPLE mlbemarle Avenue Drexel School: HifY 41 Leaders Group 33 fillfschool Show Cast n . . - ' ,. . SCIENTIFIC GOLD iionlk h0iiq3fT'l:R1fI'filfifiSf11 4ii,f!2f?lfaE32iff'1fn' 4' Claw: Homeroom Color Captain 2 Cli1Is:'Homeroom Color Captain fig Junior Play Cast: Clubs: Choral 2, 4: Le Ccrcle Francais 2, 3 Scfuokplay.E'l'5tI3paI?.c':! Llgflmmlfri g' 2' il Exam' S mtv' Junior Varsity Wlrestlin' 'V 3' Vursit Inc Dmmn CC , dr y lomml CL ' pWgc'Stlin, 4 ' 5 "' ' y Clubs: Choral 2, 35 Horace Mann 3, 4g Pan- L' American 3 Sports: Basketball Numcrals 4 CHARLOfI'l'E UNE SIMPSON G J . BETTY SMINKEY urmont Road Drexel Hill a ynwood Avenue Lansdowne STENOCRAPHIC COLD I School: Publications Typing Stall' 45 Publications l Agent 25 Distinguished Honor Roll 2 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 43 Executive Com- mittee Z3 Party Committee 21 Play Committee 4 Cluhx: Bowling -ig Choral 2, 3, 4 DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION GOLD School: Welfare Agent Z5 Publication Agent 4 Class: Homcroom Color Captain 43 Dance Committee 3 Clubs: Choral 35 Distributive Education 4 Om' Hundred Eight Isjo tome... ROBERT EDWARD SANDERS Sheiheld Road Lansdowne IBUTIVE EDUCATION PURPLE Clubs: Distributive Education 4 DORIS ANN SASSER indale Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE Entered September, 1953 CATHERINE SCAPAROS -arlboro Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC GOLD Class: Dance Committee Z Club: Beaux Arts 2: Choral 3: PanfAmerican 2 Sports: Basketball Numerals 3 RICHARD KENNETH SCHAFER Garrett Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Hi'Y 4: Student Council 4: National Thespian Society 2, 3, President 4: School Stage Crew 2, 3, 4: l'lifQ Team 4: Distinguished Honor Roll Z, 3. 4: English Prize 3: Dramaties Prize Z. 3: Algebra Prize 2: Geometry Prize 3: Physics Prize 3 Class: Junior Play Stage Crew 2, 4, Stage Manager 3: Senior Play Stage Crew 2, 3. Manager 4: Com- mencement Usher 3: Party Committee 2: Play Committee 3 RICHARD C. SCHENKEL oodlawn Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD School: A. A. Council 2: Acorn Reporter 2, 3: I"Ii'Y 4: Student Council 2, 3, Executive Com' mittee 4: AllfSchool Show Cast 2: All-School Show Production 3, 4: National Tbespian Society 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 4: Publication Agent 3: National Kids' Day Award 3 Class: Junior Play Cast: Senior Play Cast: Dance Committee 2, 3: Executive Committee 4: Party 2, 4 Clubs: Choral 2: Latin 3: Leeuwenhoek 2: Musical Masterpieces, Treasurer 2, President 3, 4: Visual Aids 2: World Aifairs Forum 2, 3, President 4 DOROTHY ANNE SCHOPF .Hover Lane Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD School: Publications Agent 4: Gym Aide 3, 4: Hoihor Roll 4: A. A. Council 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4: Play Usher 3: Dance Committee 3, 4: Executive Committee 3: Party Committee 4: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Choral 2 Sports: Girls' Softball Team 2, 3, 4: Baseball Numerals 2: Junior Varsity Basketball 3, Varsity Basketball, Co'Captain 4 One H zmdrcd Seven JOAN ELAINE SASSAMAN gerton Road Segal-le ACADEMIC GQLD School: Publications Agent 2, 3: Gym Aide 4: All- School Show Cast 4 Clubs: Hippocrates 4: Horace Mann 3, 4: Library 3, 4 MARY ANNE SAYERS 'nth Carol Boulevard Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Clubs: Library 4 WILLIAM LOUIS SCHAAL 0 Hazel Avenue Upper Darby NTIFIC GOLD School: Acorn Editorial Board 4, Boys' Sports Editor 4, Acorn Reporter 3 HELEN SCHATZ an-th Sycamore Street Clifton Heights STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE School: All'School Show Cast 4 Class: Play Usher 3: Dance Committee 4 Clubs: Bowling 4: Choral 3, 4: Library 4 JOHN DONALD SCHMIDT arlington Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4 Club: Rifle Z, 3, President 4 Sport: Varsity Rifle 2, 3, 4 MARGARET JANE SCHWECHLER ouston Road Drexel Hill EMIC GOLD School: Acorn Reporter 3: Welfare Agent Z: Band 2, 3, 4 Class: Junior Play Cast: Play Usher 4: Dance Com- mittee 4: Party Committee 4: Play 4 Clubs: First Aid and Social Service 4: Hippocrates 4 Each manis jo . . . YVONNE S. RODIN .auth Fairview Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: Leaders Group 3, 4: Student Council 3: Publications Agent 4: Gym Aide 4: AllfSchool Show Cast 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Play Usher 4: Dance Committee 2, 3. 4: Executive Committee 4: Party Committee 2, 4: Play Committee 4 Clubs: A Cappella "A" 3. 4: Astrophychem 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: First Aid and Social Service 2, 3, 4: German 2, Treasurer 3, Vice'President and Secretary 4: Le Cercle Francais 2, Secretary 3, 4 Sports: Softball Num-:rals 2: Basketball Numerals 4 ANTHONY RALPH ROSATO -ith Madison Avenue Upper Darby DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION PURPLE Clubs: Distributive Education 4 PATRICIA ELLEN ROSE nenarth Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD School: Leaders Group 3: Publications Agent 2: Gym Aide 4 Class: Homcroom Color Captain 2, 3: Dance Com- mittee 2. 3,'4: Executive Committee 4: Party Committee 2, 4 Clubs: Bowling 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: PanfAmerican 3 ROGER HENRY ROSSI .nn Avenue Drexel 'Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Acorn Art Stall' 3: UpifDah Art Stall' 2, 4: All-School Show Production 2, 3, 4 Class: Bulletin Board Committee 2, 3, 4: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4 Clubs: A Cappella "B" 3. "A" 4: Choral Z, 3, 4 Sports: junior Varsity Wrestling 3: Varsity Wrestling 4 THOMAS HOLLOWAY RUTTER irvine Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD School: Acorn Editorial Board 4, Staff Manager 4, Acorn Reporter 3: Leaders Group 2. 3: Student Council 2, 3: Allfschool Show Cast 3. All-School Show Production 2 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3: junior Play Cast: Dance Committee Z, 3. 4: Executive Com' mittee 2, 3: Party Committee 2, 4 Clubs: A Cappella "A" 3, 4: Choral Club 2, 3. Vice-President 4, Executive Committee 4 CHARLES EDGAR SAMPLE -orth Pennock Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD School: A,A. Council 4 Class: Play Committee 4 Clubs: A Cappella "B" 4: Choral 2, 3. 4 Sports: junior Varsity Wrestling 2: Varsity Tennis 3 l 4 One Hundred Six DOROTHY S. ROGERS dgnew Drive Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE School: Publbieations Agent 4 MARIANNE T. ROSE mutha Windsor Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3: Dance Com' mittee 2: Party Committee 2 Clubs: Bowling Z. 3, 4: Hippocrates 2, 3, 4: Horace Mann 4: Le Cercle Francais 4 Sports: Softball Numerals 2 WILLIAM A. ROSENBERRY ' .West Chester Pike Upper Darby ACCOUNTING PURPLE School: AllfSchool Show Production 2, 3: Orchestra 2, 3, 4 Class: Executive Committee 2 EDYTH EVELYN RUTH srrace Avenue Upper Darby DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION PURPLE School: Student Council 4: Honor Roll 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3: Executive Committee 2, Diltribuf tive Education. President 4 PATRICIA ANN SAILER -illbank Road Upper Darby DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION GOLD Clubs: Distributive Education 4 SUZANNE ELIZABETH SANDERS ncord Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Publications Agent 2: Gym Aide 4: All-School Show Cast 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3: Dance Committee 3, 4: Party Committee 2 Clubs: A Cappella "A" 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Pan' American 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 4 lo man stands alone . . . KENNETH F. REHMANN 'lbourne Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE MARGARET ANN REMLEY mmitlxfleld Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Publications Business Stall 2: UpifDnl1 Literary Stall 3, -I: I'Ii'Y 4: Wellare Agent Z, 43 AllfSchool Show Production 2, 3, 4: National Thespian Society 4: Leaders Group 4 Class: Homcroom Color Captain 3: Junior Play Cast: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2. 3: Party Committee 2: Play Committee 3, 4: Executive Committee 3 Clubs: Pan'American 4: Tay'fWistalw'aii Z, 3, Vice' President -I Spons: junior Varsity Hockey 3: Varsity Hockey 4 ANNA MARIE RICCI E ey Road, Apt. 9 Drexel Hill ,ENERAL BUSINESS COLD School: Welfare Agent 2: All1School Show Cast Z: Gym Aide 2 Class: Play Usher 4: Dance Committee 4: Play Com- mittee 4 Clubs: Bowling Z LEE EDWARD RIGLER das Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC School: Cym Aide 3 PURPLE Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, -I Clubs: Choral Z, 3, 4 Sports: junior Varsity Soccer 3: junior Varsity Wrestling 3: Varsity Soccer 4: Varsity Ihlrestling 4 WILLIAM DALE RINGSD'ORF .anion Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Entered September. 1953 Clubs: A Cappella "A" 4: Choral 4: AllfSchool Show Production -I CHARLOTTE IVI. RIZZO' ' Glenthorne Road Upper Darby STENOCRAPI-IIC GOLD School: Publications Typing Staff -I: UpifDnl1 Literary Stall' 4: Hi-Y 4: Leaders Group 4: Welfare Agent 4: National Thespian Society 3, -I: Honor Roll 2. 3. 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: AllfSehool Show Production 4 Class: junior Play Cast: Senior Play Cast: Dance Com- mittee Z, 3: Party Committee 4: Homeroom Color Captain 2 Clubs: A Cappella "A" 3, -I: Choral 2, 3, Secretary 4: Executive Committee 4: Tayfwistalvan 4: First Aid and Social Service 4 School: l'Ii'Y Z. 3, Class: Commencement Sports: junior Varsity RICHARD CHARLES REICHELDERFER erendon Road Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD JAMES REYNOLDS ayne Avenue Lansdowne ACADEMIC PURPLE Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2 Sports: junior Varsity Football Z, 3: junior Varsity Baseball Z: Varsity Baseball 3 DONALD W. RICE nbrook Avenue Drexel Hfll SCIENTIFIC GOLD Secretary 4: Honor Roll 3: Distinguished Honor Roll 2. 4 Usher 3: Assembly Committee 2, 3, 4: Executive Committee Z. 3 Wrestling 1, 3: Varsity 4 EDWARD JAMES RILEY ers Avenue Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE PAUL MILTON RITTENOUR Lane Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD MIRANDA LYDIA RODIN 'Im Fairview Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC I URPLE School: Leaders Gorup 3, 4: Student Council 2: Gym Aide 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 4: Dance Com' mittee Z, 3: Executive Committee 2: Party Com- mittee 2, 4: Play Committee 3, 4 'V Ch l Club Clubs: Astrophychem 3, 4: Choral -, . ora Executive 2: First Aid and Social Service 2, 3. Secretary -I: German 2, 3, Treasurer 4: Le Cercle Francais 2. Treasurer 3, Vice'Presidcnt 4: Library I 4 - 1 0 man is an island . . . WILLIAM PILKINGTON ansom Street Upper. Dai-by GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE JOSEPH THEODORE POUNDS -Lasher Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE School: AllfSehool Show Cast 4 Class: Executive Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 3, 4: Executive Committee 4: Pan' American 3 Sports: junior Varsity Football 3: Varsity Football 4 ROBERT B. PRICE II - Old Lane Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE Clubs: Choral 4: P:4nfAmcric.m 3: Library Historian 4 BARBARA JANE PYE 'lawn Avenue Drexel Hill AC'ADEMlC COLD School: Publications Agent 3 - -I Class: Homeroom Color Captain Z: Dance Committee 3: Executive Committee 3: Party Committee 2 Clubs: A Cappella "B" 3. "A" 4: Beaux Arts 2: Choral 2, 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 2: PanfAmrrican 4 HELEN MARIE QUAGLIARIELLO Uarchwood Avenue Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE Clubs: Bowling: 2, 3. 4: Choral 2: Hippocratcs 2, 3: Library 3. 4 NANCY MARIE RAGAN - Myrtlewood Avenue Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC GOLD School: Distinguished Honor Roll 2 0110 IJll'l'IY"'Il Four NANCY JANE PLUMRIDGE mover Lane Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE School: Publications Typing Stall' 4: Welfare Agiznt 2: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distimruished Honor oll 2 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Party Committee 2, 4: Play Committee 3 Clubs: A Cappella "B" 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4 FRANK REYNOLDS POYNTER I qflaplewood Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Acom Reporter 3, Assistant News Editor 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Purple and Gold Spelling Contest 3, 4: Voice of Democracy Contest 3: Purple and Gold Public Speaking Contest 3. 4 Clubs: PanfAmerican 3: Stcinmetz 4, Secretary-Treas' urer 3: Visual Aids Z, SecretaryfTreasurcr 3, President 4: World Affairs Forum 4 CHARLES H. PRIEST -bro Avenue Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE School: All'School Show Production 3, Honor Roll 4 FREDERICK WILLIAM PYLE -urmont Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD Clubs: PanfAmcrican 2: Rifle 2: Agriculture, President 4 Sports: Varsity Football, Manager 3 MARTHA A. QUIGG uth State Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE School: Publications Typing Staff 4 Class: Dance Committee 3, 4: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 3: First Aid and Social Service 4: Hippocrates 3 MARY ANN RAY nbert Avenue Aldan SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Acorn Reporter 2: All'School Show Produc' tion 4: Band 3, 4: Gym Aide 4: Purple and Gold . Spelling Contest 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 4 Class: Homcroom Color Captain 3: Dance Committee 3, 4: Party Committee 4: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: A Cappella "B" 3, 4: Astrophychem 3, Secrc' tary-Treasurer 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Hippocrates 3, 4: Rifle 2 Sports: Basketball Numerals 4 OTCVCI' II10I'C . . . THEODORE PARSONS ri Road Drexel Hill ADEMIC PURPLE Clubs: Choral 3 PATRICIA ANN PATCHEL , den Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD School: Welfare Agent 2: Allfschool Show Cast 2 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3: Dance Committee 4: Executive Committee 4: Party Committee 2 Clubs: Bowling 2 Sports: Basketball Numerals 2, 3: Softball Numerals 2 JACQUELINE PEREZ wn Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE School: UpifDah Literal? Staff 2, 3, Assistant Editor 4: All-School Show Pro uction 3, 4: National Thespian Society 4: Publications Agent 4: Honor Roll 4 Class: Dance Committee 3, 4: Party Committee 4: Commencement Usher 3 Clubs: Horace Mann 3, 4: Latin 2, 3: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4: Tay-Wistalvan 3, 4 JUANITA PERROTTO V ' dsor Avenue Upper Darby GENE SINESS PURPLE Clubs: Bowling 2, 3, 4 JUNE ELAINE PERSING ley Avenue Drexel Hill STENOG HIC GOLD School: All-School Show Cast 4 Class: Party Committee 4: Play Committee 4 Clubs: German 4 OY ALBERT PHILLIPS a Lane Aldan ACADEMIC GOLD School: All'School Show Cast 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4: Executive Com' mittee 3 Clubs: A Cappella "B" 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Pan' American 3 Sports: Junior Varsity Football 2, 3: Junior Varsity Wrestling 2, 3: Varsity Football 4: Varsity Wrestling 4 ROBERT ALAN PARTRIDGE Avenue Drexel Hill TIFIC GOLD School: Acorn, Editorial Board, EtlitorfinfChief 4, Reporter 2, 3. 4: HifY 2. 3, 4: Leaders Group 3. 4: Student Council 4, Executive Committee 4: HifQ Team 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2, 3. 4: Executive Committee 2: Party Committee Z, 4: Play Committee 3, 4 Sports: junior Varsity Wrestling 2 CARL PENNA eystone Avenue Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD JOHN STANLEY PERKINS wgan Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: National Thespian Society 3. Sergeantfat'Arms 4: Stage Crew 3, 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2. 4: Junior Play Crew 3, 4: Senior Play Stage Crew 3, 4: Play Usher 4: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Play Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 3. 4: PanfAmerican 3 BARBARA ANN PERRY Road Lansdowne STENOGRAPHIC GOLD School: Publication Typing Stall' 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll Z Clubs: A Cappella "B" 3, "A" 4: Choral 2 Sports: Softball Numerals 2 JOHN E. PETSCHELT od Avenue Upper Darby GE AL BUSINESS GOLD CASPAR JOHN PICCIANO er Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE School: Acorn Reporter 3 Clubs: Visual Aids 3 Sports: junior Varsity Football Z, 3: Junior Varsity lgasfretball 2: Varsity Football 4: Varsity Basket' al 3, 4 One world at peace THOMAS J. O'BRIEN 8 Bond Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Class: Hnmemoni Color Captain 4 Clubs: Bowlinq 3 Spmts: Basketball Numerals 4 LAWRENCE ALBERT ODAY Clover Lane Upper Darby A . UNTING PURPLE School: Honor Roll 3 GAIL LOIS OLSON 3 'ghland Avenue Drexel Hill ADEMIC PURPLE Entered Sept. 1953 School: UpifDtth Art Stall -lg Band 4: Gym Aide 4 Clubs: Choral 4: Horace Mann 4: Le Cercle Francais 4 FILLMORE JOSEPH OTT uh Third Street Lansdowne SALESMANSHIP GOLD BETTY M. PAGANO Uedar Lane Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Clubs: Beaux Arts 3. 4: Choral 2, 3, 43 Tay'Wistalvan 3, 4 WILLIAM PAPPAS X .encoe Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD I 2 One Hmzdrcd Two GEORGE WILLIAM O'CONNELL 'Did Lane Drexel Hill ACADEIVIIC GOLD School: All'Scl1ool Show Cast 4 Class: Hnmcroum Color Captain 23 Executive Com' mittee 3 Spovts: junior Varsity Wrestling: 2. Varsity Wrestling 3: Co'Captain 4: Varsity Football 4 R. ESTELLE OLES -ong Lane Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC GOLD School: Welfare Agent 2: Publications Agent 2, 3: Gym Aide 4 Class: Dance Committee 3: Party Committee 2 Clubs: Choral Z, 3, 4 Sports: Girls' Softball Nnrncrals 25 junior Varsity Basketball 3 DONALD ROBERT ORCUTT Drexel Hill -Bond Avenue ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE School: Gym Aide Z Class: Play Usher 3 Sports: Basketball Numcrals 2: Varsity Baseball 2, 3 EDGAR OTTEN -llassachusetts Avenue Aldan SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Band 2. 3, 4 Clubs: German 4 ELEANOR JANE PALMER vladbourne Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE School: Publications Typini: Stall 4: Publications Agent 3 Class: Play Committee 3 Clubs: A Cappella "B" 3, "A" 43 Choral 2. 3. 4 DOROTHY PARSHALL U Avenue Primus ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Publications Agent 2, 3, 4 Class: Play Usher 3, 4: Commencement Usher 35 Dance Committee 3, 45 Party Committee 4g Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Choral 3, 4: Library 2, 43 Musical Master- pieces 3: PanfAmerican 2, 4 L P6306 OHCC IIlOI'C . . . WILLIAM R. MURPHY 'Walnut Park Drive Upper Darby SALESMANSHIP PURPLE PAUL LOUIS NESPOLI mandolph Street Drexel Hill DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION PURPLE Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4 Clubs: Distributive Education 4 RICHARD NESTON lumstead Avenue Drexel Hill CADEMIC GOLD JO ANN NEWTON anderson Avenue Drexel Hill sTENoGRAPi-uc PURPLE School: Acorn Editorial Board, Secretary 4: Publications Typing Staff, President 4: Leaders Grou 4: Gym Aide 4g Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2 Class: Homcroom Color Captain 31 Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2. 3, 4, Party Com' mittee 2: Play Committee 4 Clubs: A Cappella "B" 43 Choral 3, 4: Bowling 4, Pan-American 2 WILLIAM J. NIXON 2 Drexel Hill GOLD JOAN ANN NORRIS ' 'Lasher Road Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC GOLD One Hundred One MARY LOU NATALE iopley Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD School: Leaders Group 4: Publications Agent 4: Gym Aide 2, 3, 4: A.A. Council 3, 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 43 OAK Literary Staff 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Party Committee 2, 4 Clubs: Choral 2 Sports: Girls' Softball Team 2, 3: Basketball Numerals 2, 33 Varsity Hockey 2, 3, 4: Varsity Basketball 2, 3, Co-Captain 4 MARY ELLEN NESS ,mtley Road Bywood STENOGRAPHIC' PURPLE JANE NEWTON sort Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC GOLD Class: Dance Committee 3 Clubs: Choral 3, 4 RONALD T. NIMICK ohe Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD Clubs: Agriculture 43 PanfAmerican 23 Rifle 2 Sports: junior Varsity Football, Manager 3 FRED BAKER NORRIS Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE School: All-School Show Production 2, 3. 45 Stage Crew Captain 43 Band Z, 3, 4 Clubs: A Cappella "B" 3: Choral 2, 33 Musical Masterpieces 3, 4, Secretaryffreasurer 2: Pan- American 3g Visual Aides 3, 4: Rifle 2 Spons: Varsity RiHe 2 ANDREW A. OAKES -rnell Avenue Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD School: Honor Roll 4 Une great World . . . GEORGEN E MILLER Ruskin Lane Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Upi-Dah Literary Stall 2: HifY 4: Leaders Group 3, 4: All'School Show Cast 3, 4: National Thespian Society 3, Treasurer 4: Publications Agent 3: Honor Roll 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain Z, 3: junior Play, Student Director: Senior Play, Student Director: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 3, 4: Party Committee 4: Play Committee 4 Clubs: A Cappella "B" 3. 4: Choral 2, 3. 4: First Aid and Social Service 3: Tay-Wistalv'an 4 JOEL RONALD MISH Q Westbrook Drive Clifton Heights SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Band 2, 3, 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4 Clubs: Leeuwcnhoek 4: Pan-American 4 Sports: Soccer Numerals 2 JOAN MILDRED MOFFITT Uherbrook Boulevard Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE School: Publications Typing Stall' 4: Hi-Y 4: Leaders Group 4: Welfare Agent 4: AllfSchool Show Prof duction 2, 3. 4: National Tliespian Society 3, 4: Publications Aeent 3: Gym Aide 3: Honor Roll 3, Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3: Biology Prize 2: Welfare Charity Committee, Secretary 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2. 3. 4: Executive Committee Z, 3: Party Committee 2, 4: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Bowling 2, 3: Choral 2, Executive Committee 3, 4: First Aid and Social Service 3, 4: Hippocrates 2, 3 Sports: Softball Numerals 2 RICHARD HOWARD MOON hilds Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC ' COLD School: A. A, Council 4: Acorn Reporter 2, 3, 4, News Bureau Editor 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, Treasurer 4: Student Council 2: All-School Show Cast 2, 3, 4: Journalism Prize 3 Class: Treasurer 3, 4: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3, 4: Junior Play Cast: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Executive Committee Z, 3, 4: Party Committee 2, 4: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Choral 2 I Sports: junior Varsity Football 2: Varsity Football 3, 4: Varsity Track 2, 3, 4 ,U - JOAN ADRIENNE MORITZ Berkley Avenue Drexel Hill ENERAI.. BUSINESS GOLD School: Homeroom Color Captain 3: Dance Committee 4 ROBERT E. MOSER Childs Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Clubs: German 4 RICHARD H. MINEHART .Uumstead Avenue Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD MARGARET Y. MITCHELL -'airfax Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: Acorn Editorial Board 4: Publications Business Staff 2, 3, Business Manager 4: UpifDnh Literary Staff 2: HifY 2, 3, 4: Student Council 3, 4, Executive Committee 3, 4: All-School Show Pro- duction 4: National Thes ian Society 3: Orchestra 2: Publications Agent 2: l'lhnor Roll 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4 Class: Junior Play Cast: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 3: Party Committee 2, 4: Play Committee 4 Clubs: A Cappclla "A" 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Latin 2: Le Cerclc Francais 3, 4: Tay'Wistalvan 2, 3, 4: Wrvrld Affairs Forum 3 Sports: Softball Numcrals 2 JOAN MARION MONTEITH 3 Springfield Avenue Clifton Heights STENOGRAPHIC GOLD School: Publications Agent 4: Honor Roll 2: Distin- guished Honor Roll 2: Allfschool Show Cast 4 Class: Dance Committee 4 JOAN ANN MOORE -Lansdowne Avenue Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE School: Honor Roll 2. 3, Distinguished Honor Roll 3: All'School Show Production 4 Class: Homcroom Color Captain 2: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 4: Party Committee 4 Sports: Varsity Cheerleading 3, 4 ROBERT LYNDALL lVIO'RTO'N 'Woodland Avenue Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE ROSEMARY H. MURPHY ,Westpark Lane Clifton Heights ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Publication Argent 4: Cym Aide 3 Class: Dance Committee 3: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Le Cerclc Francais 4 lhange the Masteris plan . . . EDWARD JOSEPH McSHANE Saint Charles Avenue Drexel Hill D TRIBUTIVE EDUCATION PURPLE School: Honor Roll 4 Clubs: Distributive Education 4 RALPH THOMAS MEGEE ,pruce Avenue Upper Darby ACCOUNTING GOLD School: A. A. Council 4 Sports: Junior Varsity Baseball Z: Varsity Soccer 2, 3. Co-Captain 4 FRANK MEC -Marshall Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Clubs: Bowling Team 2, 3, 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 4 JERRY RUSSELL MESTER woodland Avenue Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3 CARL WILLIAM MEYER dlilde Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: A. A. Council 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Student Council 2, 3, President 4: AllfSchool Show Cast 3, 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3, 4: Dance Com' mittee 3: Play Committee 3 Spa-rts: Junior Varsity Football 2: Varsity Football 3. Captain 4: Junior Varsity Baseball 2: Varsity Baseball 3 BARBARA LOU MICK Garrett Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC' GOLD School: Hi-Y 3, 4: Leaders Group 3: Student Council 2: National Thespian Society 2. 3, 4: Publications Agent 2, 3: Uyrn Aide 3: Honor Rol 2. 3: Distinguished Ho :or Roll 2: Dramatics Prize Z Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3, 4: Junior Play Cast: Senior Play Cast: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2, 3: Party Committee 4 Clubs: A Cappella "B" 3: Choral 2, 3: Horace Mann 4: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4 A N inety-nine EDWARD MEARS 1 shine Road Upper Darby AND CRAFTS PURPLE Clubs: Rifle 2 BARBARA ANN MELCHIORRE anford Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD School: Welfare Agent 2: Publications Agent 3 Class: Dance Committee 4 MARTA CLAIRE MEO -Marshall Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE School: Leaders Group 3, 4: AllfScl1ool Show Cast 2, 3, 4: Publications Agent 4: Gym Aide 3, 4: Honor Roll 2 Class: Class Color Captain 3: Homeroom Color Captain 3, 4: Play Usher 4: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee Z, 3, 4: Party Committee 2, 4: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: A Cappella "B" 3, "A" 4: Cboral 2, 3, 4 CAROL E. METZGER ,Wayne Avenue Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC GOLD Class: Dance Committee 2, 3: Executive Committee 3: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Choral Z, 3, 4 CAROL JANE MICHAEL 'Smithfield Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Acorn Art Staff 4: Upi-Dah Art Stall' 4: Welfare Agent 2: All-School Show Production 2, 3, 4: National Thespian Society 3, 4: Gym Aide 3 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: OAK Literary Staff 4: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee Z, 4: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Beaux Arts 3, VicefPresident 4: Bowling 2: Choral 3: Pan'American 4 Sports: Varsity Hockey 4 MICHAEL TERRENCE MILES ,Wiltshire Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD School: Band 2, 3, 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 4 Sports: Junior Varsiiy Basketball 2, 3: Varsity Basketball 4 Let no mortal man . . . JEANETTE C. MARPLE - State Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Orchestra 3 Clubs: German 43 Leeuwcnhock 3, Secretary 4: Musical Masterpieces 3, Secretary 4 LLOYD BROWN MARTIN -Lindale Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC' COLD Clubs: A Cappella "B" 3, "A" 45 Bowling Team 3, 4 GRETA ARLENE MASTERMAN 'State Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE School: A. A. Council 4: Leaders Group 4: Wcllarc Aecnt 4: Publications Agent 4 Class: Homcroom Color Captain 25 Play Ushcr 4: Play Committee 4: Dance Committee 2. 4: Execu- tive Committee 2 Clubs: Rifle 2. -4, Secrctary 3 Sports: Varsity RiHe 3, Captain 4 HUGH P. MCADAMS QA:-zderson Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Clubs: Pan-American 21 Rifle Z BARBARA ADELE MCGRATH' N erunswick Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD School: Welfare Agent Z Class: Homcroom Color Captain 2 Clubs: German 2, 3, 4: Library 3, 4 JOHN EDWIN MCMAHON G Montana Avenue Aldan SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Class: Executive Committee 3 Clubs: A Cappella "B" 3. "A" 4: Choral 2, 3. 4 JEANNE M. MARSHALL l -port Road Upper Darby W STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE Clubs: Choral 2 ROBERT C. MASON Blflb Road Sgggng A MIC PURPLE DONALD WALTER MATTHIAS -Iarper Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: AllfSchool Show 3. 4: Band 2, 3, 4 Class: Play Committee 4 Llnbs: A Cappella "A" 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4 Sports: Soccer Numerals Zg junior Varsity Cross Country, Manager 4 MARY D. McGARVEY mrenton Road Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC GOLD School: Honor Roll 43 Art Prize 3 Class: Play Committee 4 Clubs: Beaux Arts 3, Treasurer 4: Tay-Wistalvan 3, 4 MARTIN THOMAS McLAUGHLIN .nth Union Avenue Lansdowne ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE School: Gym Aide 4 Class: Homeroom Color Ca tain 4 Sports: junior Varsity Football 2, 3, Varsity Football 4 ROBERT OGDEN MCMULLIN Concord Avenue Drexel Hill NTIFIC PURPLE School: Honor Roll 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3 Clubs: Le Ccrcle Francais 3 N inety-eight Cursedb War... ALAN W. L0'I'I' Qover Lane Upper Darby CIENTIFIC PURPLE 3 LEONARD ANDREW LUBKING Quplana way Drexel Hin SCIENTIFIC GOLD Class: Dance Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Chess 2, 3, Vice-President 4, Secretary 4 Spoftsz Junior Varsity Baseball, Manager 2 KAROLYN MARY MacDOWELL . - Lindale Avenue Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE School: Welfare Agent 2: Honor Roll 2 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3, 4: Dance Committee 3, 4: Party Committee Z, 49 Play Committee 3, 4 JOAN HAYNES MACKENZIE aOwen Avenue Lansdowne ACADEMIC GOLD Scllool: A. A. Council 4, Acorn Reporter 2, 3, Ex- change Editor 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4g Leaders Group 3. 45 Student Council Z: Weliare Agentx2, 3, Al -School I . . 2 Show Cast 2. 3, 4, Pu :cations gent Pl U h 3 C mmencement Usher 3 Dance Class: ay s er , o g Committee 2, 3, 4, Party Committee 2, 4, Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: A Cappella "A" 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 45 Le Cerele Francais 3 Sports: Softball Numerals Z: Junior Varsity Hockey 43 Cheerleading 3, Captain 4, Swimming 4 BARBARA ANN MAHER B Wibon Drive Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE School: Publications Agent 3, 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2 Clubs: Bowling 4 BARBARA ANN MALARDO 'Pilgrim Lane Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE Entered September, I953 N ine ty-seven i RALPH MERRILL LOTT .9 Clover Lane Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD CHRIS MICHAEL MACATSORIS mfellington Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GQLD School: Publications Agent Z, AllfSchool Show Pro- duction 3, 4 Class: Dance Committee 4 Clubs: A Cappella "B" 3, "A" 45 Choral 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 2, 3 JOHN JOSEPH MACK ' Stanbridge Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD Sports: Varsity Football 4 CONNIE MACOS 'Keystone Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD JEAN MARIE MALABY -winield Avenue Upper Darby ACCOUNTING GOLD Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3, 4: Party Com' mittee 4 Clubs: Bowling 4 SUSAN HELEN MANCHEY 1'Ashby Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Class: Dance Committee 3, 4 Sports: Baksetball Numerals 3 Ly, i,,.. -, avi -V ",' ,:-,. f- --1 ,- S. . "W J , , ,, at is Q ty , 1!W',.l,5:5.ls.lQ:. M- -:sin-ov.. -- -E e- .tr : ,Jn . . ...Mu J, One World no longer . . . BEVERLY E. LEWIS Wilde Avenue Drexel Hill NOGRAPHIC PURPLE Class: Dance Committee 4 WILLIAM JOHN LEWIS a , Guilford Road Lansdowne ACADEMIC GOLD JUDITH ANN LIGREST dest Park Lane Clifton Heights GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Sports: Girls' Softball Numerals 3 JOANNB ELAINE LINDER south Cedar Lane Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PUIIPLE Class: Dance Committee 4 PATRICIA A. LITLE ' alorth Oak Avenue Clifton Heights STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE School: Publications Typing Stall, Manager 4: Band 2, 3: Honor Roll 4 PHYLLIS ELAINE LIUZZI a Pennsylvania Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Hi-Y 4: Leaders Group 3, 4: Student Council 3: Welfare Agent 4: All'School Show Cast 3, 4: National Thespian Society 4: Publications Agent 4: Honor Roll 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Junior Play Cast: Senior Play Cast: OAI: Literary Staff 4: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee 2, 4 Clubs: A Cappella "B" 4: Astrophychem 2, 3. 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Hippocrates 2, 3, Treasurer 4: Latin 2, 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4: Tay' Wistalvan 3, 4 N ine ty-six JAMES S. LEWIS Q Plumstead Avenue Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Clubs: Rifle 2 Sports: Varsity Rifle 4 JUDITH SUSAN LEXEY a Larchwood Avenue Upper Derby ACADEMIC GOLD School: Allfschool Show Cast 2, 3, 4 Class: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee 2, 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: Horace Mann 3: Pan' American 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 4 man L. LINDENMUTH shacleland Avenue Drexel Hin ACADEMIC GOLD School: National Thespian Society 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Dance Committee 2. 3, 4: Party Committee 2, 4: Play Committee 4 Clubs: A Cappella "B" 3: Choral 2, 3: Le Cercle Francais 3. 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 4 ANNE JANE LIPSETT Glendale Road Upper Darby EMIC GOLD School: Welfare Agent 4: Honor Roll 4 Class: Dance Committee 2, 4: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Astrophychem 4: Bowling 4: Choral 3, 4: First Aid and Social Service 3, Treasurer 4: Hippocrates 3, 4 CONSTANCE LOUISE LIUZZI al Pennsylvania Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: HifY 4: Leaders Group 3, 4: All-School Show Cast 3, 4: National Thespian Society 4: Publicar tions Agent 4: Honor Roll 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3: Junior Play Cast: Senior Play Cast: OA: Literary Staf 4: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee 2, 4 Clubs: A Cappella "B" 4: Astro hychem 2, 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Hippocrates 2, qreasurer 3, Vice- President 4: Latin 2. 3. 4: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4: Tay-Wistalvan 3, 4 EDWARD STANLEY LLOYD :Shirley Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Allfschool Show Cast 2, 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4: Executive Com' mittee 2 Sports: Junior Varsity Football 3: Varsity Football 4 CARYL ANTOINETTE KUEHNLE ,erdale Avenue Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC GOLD School: Publications Typing Staff 4g Publications Agent 2 Class: Dance Committee 3 PHILIP LAUER 'arper Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD CAROLE E. LAW ,everly Boulevard Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE School: Publications Typing Staff 4 Class: Play Usher 45 Dance Committcc Z, 3, 45 Party Committee 43 Play Committee 4 Clubs: Choral Z, 3, 4 GAIL ELIZABETH LECHER Amer Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Leaders Group 39 AllfSchool Show Cast 3, 4: Publications Agent 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2. 4: Dance Com' mittee 2, 3, 43 Executive Committee 7., 43 Party Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: Pan-American 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 4 MARVIN ARTHUR LEONARD 'Iillbank Road Upper Darby DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION PURPLE Clubs: Agriculture 2, 35 Distributive Education 4 BURT JEROME LEVY wrvington Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD School : AllfSchool Show Production 2 , 3 g Orchestra 2 . 3, 4 Clubs: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3: Musical Masterpieces 2, 4. Viceflnresident 3 One World built . . . WILLIAM MUNDY KEANE domell Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Acorn Art Staff 2. 3. Art Editor, Acorn Editorial Board 4g Upi-Dah Art Stall 2, 3, 45 Art Prize 2, 3 Class: Dance Committee 3 WILLIAM KELLY Qurmont Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE ANITA ANN KILLIAN gist Essex Avenue Lansdowne STENOGRAPHIC GOLD School: Publications Typing Staff 4: Band 2 Class: Dance Committee 2, 3: Play Committee 3 Clubs: Bowling 43 Choral 4 CHARLES E. KINGSTON 'Iartley Road Lansdowne SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Class: Play Usher 3, 4: Dance Committee 4g Play Committee 3. 4 Clubs: Visual Aids 1. 3 RICHARD H. KLEBART -Cenwood Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC COLD ALBERT WILLIAM KLINGER - Hollywood Avenue Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE RICHARD PURSEL KELLY l Gamer Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD School: Hi-Y 3, 43 Gym Aide 3: Honor Roll 4 Class: Treasurer 23 Homcroom Color Captain 2, 33 Executive Committee 3, 4 Sports: Varsity Basketball 4 JOSEPH LEO KENNEDY 'Jason Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC COLD Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2 Sports: Junior Varsity Baseball 2 JANICE KINGSLAND , State Road Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC GOLD School: Gym Aide 23 Acorn Reporter 2 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Dance Committee 2: Executive Committee 2, 3: Party Committee 2g Play Committee 3 Clubs: Bowling 2, 3, Secretary 45 Choral 2, 3. 4 MARY JANE KIRBY .prington Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE School: Welfare Agent 3 Class: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 45 Executive Committee 4 AGNES E. KLECKNER A Lamport Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC GOLD School: All'School Show Cast 3, 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4 WILLIAM CHARLES KNODT - Keystone Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Acorn Reporter 3: Hi-Y 43 Student Council 4 Class: Play Usher 33 Commencement Usher 33 Dance Committee 3, 4: Executive Committee 3g Party Committre 4g Play Committee 3 N inety-four rin and shout it everywhere . . . NEIL RALPH JOHNSON -North Pennock Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD Class: Play Committee 4 Clubs: A Cappella "B" 3, Vice-President -Ig Choral 2. 3. 4 Sports: Varsity NVrcstling 2, 4 GORDON JONES , ,Bryan Street Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Class: Homcroom Color Captain 2 DONALD EDWARD JOST ,Morgan Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC G01-D School: Hi-Y 3, Vice-President 4: Student Council 33 Distinguished Honor Roll 3 Class: Vice'President 41 Commencement Usher 3: Executive Committee 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 35 Junior Varsity Cross Country 4: Varsity Track 3 WAN LORRAINE MARIE KANE 421 Arlington Circle Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD Clubs: Choral -Ig Pan-American 4 DANIEL KATSANIS 'Hinton Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE MARGARET ANNE KAYAT1 ' Cornell Avenue Drexel Hill SALESMANSHIP GOLD School: Welfare Agent 2: Band 2 Class: Dance Committee 2, 3: Play Committee 3 Clubs: Choral 2 Ninety-three BARBARA ALICIA JOHNSTON ,Clarendon Road Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC COLD School: Welfare Agent 2 Class: Dance Committee 4 NANCY JONES gdemy Lane Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE School: Gym Aide 3, 4 Class: Dance Committee 4 Clubs: Bowling 2, 3, Team 4 Spons: Girls' Softball Numerals 2 CHARLES J. KALJIAN gverhill Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3 I JOHN A. KARIAN al Pine Street Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD R. CRAIG KAUFFMAN 'Bradford Road Upper Darby 'SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: Honor Roll 3: History Prize 3: All-School Show Cast 4 Class: Dance Committee 3 Sports: Junior Varsity Baseball 2 MARLENE LOIS KAZARIAN aMason Avenue Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE Clubs: Choral 2 Now let men and nations . . . BETTY LOUISE HUGO - Pine Street Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD School: Hi-Y 3, 4: Gym Aide 3, 4: Honor Roll 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3: Play Usher 3, 4: Commencement Usher 3: OAK Literary Staff, Copy Editor 4: Dance Committee 2, 3: Executive Com' mittee 3: Play Committee 3 Clubs: A Cappella "A" 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Latin 2: Tay-Wistalvan 2, 3, President 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 2: Junior Varsity Hockey. Manager 3: Varsity Hockey, Manager 4 W. GRISWOLD HURLBERT Q Cornell Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: Acorn Reporter 4: I-lifY 4: Leaders Group 3, 4: Student Council 3 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3. 4: Play Usher 3: Dance Committee 3, 4: Party Committee 4: Play Committee 3, 4: Executive Committee 4 Clubs: A Cappella "A" 3: Choral 2, 3 Sports: Junior Varsity Basketball, Manager 2: Varsity Basketball, Manager 4 JANET FILOMENA IULIANO 2 South Fairview Avenue Upper Darby NERAL BUSINESS GOLD School: Band 2 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3: Dance Committee 2, 3: Party Committee 3: Play Committee 3 Clubs: Choral 2, 3: Library 2, 3, VicefPresident 4 MARGARET JAMGOCHIAN Q Lynn Boulevard Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE School: Welfare Agent 4 DAVID DOUGLASS JOCHEN ' 'Berry Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: A, A. Council 4: Student Council 2, 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4 Class: junior Play Cast Sports: junior Varsity Cross Country 3: Varsity Cross Country 4 NEPHI W. JOHANSEN - Anderson Avenue Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD Clubs: Rifle 2 DONALD' GEORGE HUGUES H Harding Drive Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Clubs: Bowling 3, 4, Team 3, 4 GEORGE H. IRWIN mth Brighton Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Welfare Agent 2, 3: Gym Aide 3 Clubs: Bowling Team Z Spuftsz Junior Varsity Basketball 3: Varsity Basketball 4 DANIEL GERARD JACKSON gong Lane Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD HARRIET JEKOFSKY at Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: Acorn Art Statl' 2, 3: Publications Business Staff 2: Upi-Dah Literary Stall' 3. Editor 4: Upif Dah Art Stall' 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Leaders Group 3: Student Council 4: Publications Agent 2: Honor Roll 2: Distinszuished Honor Roll 2. 3, 4: Biology Prize 2: Art Prize 2: English Prize Z: Geometry Prize 3: French Prize 3: Purple and Gold Spelling Contest 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee Z, 3, 4: Party Committee 4: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, 4: Tay-Wistalvan 2, 3, 4 NANCY ANN JOCYLEN Q Bellield Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD School: Student Council 2: All'School Show Cast 3: Gym Aide 4 Class: Dance Committee 4: Executive Committee 2, 4: Play Committee 3: Decoration Committee 4 Clubs: A Cappella "B" 4: Choral 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3 Spovts: Basketball Numerals 3: Swimming 4 MARY S. JOHNSON 'Parker Avenue Upper Darby ACADENIIC' PURPLE School: Acorn Art Stall 2, 3: Upi-Dah Art Stall 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 2: Art Prize 2 Class: Commencement Usher 3: OAK Literary Staff 4: OAK Art Staff 4: Dance Committee 3, 4: Party Committee 4: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: A Cappella "A" 3, 4: Bcaux Arts 3, President 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Le Cerelc Francais 3, Sergeant- at-Arms 4 is great love to share . . . DOROTHY B. HILL ' ,State Road Drexel Hill 5 ACADEMIC GOLD 1 School: Leaders Group 35 Publications Agent 4 Class: Homcroom Color Captain 25 Play Usher 45 Dance Committee 2, 3, 45 Party Committee 45 Play Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 45 Le Cerclc Francais 2 RICHARD HITZELBERGER farkview Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Class: Homcroom Color Captain 2 Spons: Varsity Soccer 2, 3, 4 BARBARA HODGES 'Cenwood Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE School: HifY 45 AllfScl'xool Show Cast 2, 3, 45 Publi- cations Agent 35 Gym Aide 45 Honor Roll 2, 3, 45 Leaders Group Class: Homeroom Color Captain 45 Commencement Usher 35 OAK Literary Staff 45 Dance Committee 2, 35 Executive Committee 45 Party Committee 25 Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: A Cappella "A" 3, 45 Choral 2, 3, 45 Latin 4 Sports: Junior Varsity Hockey 35 Cheerleading, Mana' ger 45 Varsity Hockey 45 Basketball Numcrals 4 I IVIERLE LUISE' HOLDEN m'Hampshire Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Acom Editorial Board 45 Publications Business Staff 3, 4, Advertising Manager 45 Hi'Y 3, 45 Leaders Group 45 Welfare Agent 25 Honor Roll 2. 45 Latin Club Award 35 Distinguished Honor Roll 3, 45 All-School Show Production 45 Latin Prize 3 Class: Play Usher 3, 45 Commencement Usher 35 Dance Committee 3, 45 Party Committee 45 Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 35 Horace Mann 3, 4: Latin 3, Secretary 4 5Tay-Wistalvan 2, 3, Secretary 4 LUCILLE MYRENE HOSHABJIAN Auth Carol Boulevard Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD School: Acorn Editorial Board, News Editor 45 Acorn Reporter 2, 35 Hi'Y 3, 45 Leaders Group 3, 45 Student Council 4, Executive Committee 45 A1l'School Show Cast 3, 45 Publications Agent 2, 35 Honor Roll 45 Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4 Class: Play Usher 35 Commencement Usher 35 Dance Committee 2, 3, 45 Executive Committee 25 Party Committee 2, 45 Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Bowling 45 Le Ccrcle Francais 2, 3, 45 Tay' Wistalvan 3, 45 Choral 2 Spovts: Basketball Numcrals 2 AROLE MARGARET HUBER Harvin Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE School: Acorn Reporter 2, 3, 45 Librarian 45 HifY 3, 45 Leaders Group 3, 45 Student Council 2, 45 All-School Show Cast 2, 35 Publications Agent 35 5 Gym Aide 3, 45 Honor Roll 3 Class: Historian 2, 3, 45 Homeroom Color Captain 25 Play Usher 35 Commencement Usher 35 Dance Com' . mittee 2, 3, 45 Executive Committee 2, 3, 45 Party Committee 2, 45 Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: A Cappella "B" 35 Choral 2, 3 Sparks: Basketball Numerals 35 Junior Varsity Basket' a 3 Ni11-cty-one HELEN LOUISE HIPPLE -nonds Avenue Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Clubs: Choral 3 ARLENE ROSE- HLAWATI 'Woodland Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE Entered December, 1953 ELLEN MAE HOFFMAN ,Ashton Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD School: A. A. Council 25 Publications Business Stal? 2, 3, Circulation Manager 45 HifY 2, 3, Secretary 45 Leaders Group 3, 45 All-School Show Cast 3, 45 AllfSchool Show Cast 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Publication Agent Z, 35 Gym Aide 2, 35 Honor Roll 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 25 Junior Play Castg Commencement Usher 35 Dance Committee 2, 3, 45 Executive Committee 2, 35 Party Committee 2, 45 Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: First Aid and Social Service 2. 35 Hipclnocrates 35 Horace Mann, Secretary 2, VicefPresi ent 3. President 45 Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, 45 Tay' Wistalvan 2, 3, Treasurer 4 WILLIAM H. HOOPES 'Vlorgan Avenue Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD JOAN ANNE HOYER mst Magnolia Avenue Aldan SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: Acorn Reporter 25 Student Council 35 Welfare Agent Z5 Band 25 Honor Roll 2, 3, 45 Distinguished Honor Roll 25 AllfSchool Show Cast 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 35 OAK Literary Staff 45 Dance Committee 35 Party Committee 45 Play Committee 3 Clubs: A Cappella "A" 3, 45 Astrophychem, Treas' urer 25 Choral 2, 3, 45 German 2, 3 Spons: Junior Varsity Hockey 35 Varsity Hockey 4 ROBERT P. HUGHES Q Bond Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: A. A. Council 45 HifY 45 Student Council 3 VicefPresident 4, Executive Committee 45 Allfschool Show Cast 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain Z, 4 Clubs: Choral 3 Sports: junior Varsity Football 2, 35 Varsity Football 45 Varsity Basketball 3, 4 All thin s Cod created PATRICIANN HALL 'Iihshire Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Class: Dance Committee 2, 35 Party Committee 2 Clubs: Bowling 2, 3, 45 Choral 2, 3 - VERA DIANA HAMM Mfoodside Avenue Secane STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE Clubs: Rifle 2. 3 Sports: Girls' Softball Team 2, 35 Basketball Numerals 35 Softball Numerals 2 DIANE LEE HARTMAN - Clover Lane Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD School: Welfare Agent 35 Publications Agent 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 45 Dance Committee 3. 45 Party Committee 2 Clubs: Choral 2 THOMAS RICHARD HAYBURN ramercy Drive Clifton Heights TIFIC PURPLE School: Student Council 2 CRAIG G. HEIM Q Wilson Drive Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD Clubs: Latin 35 Rifle 2 Sports: Varsity Rifle 2 RICHARD FRANK HERGERT 0 Township Line Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC' PURPLE Ninety ELIZABETH JEAN HAMILTON Q Radbourne Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC GOLD School: Publications Typing Stall 45 Honor Roll 2 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 25 Commencement Usher 35 Dance Committee 2. 3. 45 Party Com' mittee 45 Play Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4 Spons: Softball Numerals 2 BEN B. HARRIMAN Q Hazel Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Publications Agent 2 Class: OAI: Photographic Staff 4 Clubs: Choral 3 NELLIE JOAN HARTMAN -Clover Lane Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC GOLD Class: Dance Committee 45 Play Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 35 Tay-Wistalvuii 4 KARL HEIDELBERGER -lexander Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD Clubs: Pan-American J Q, BETTY MARIE HENDERSON mport Road Upper Darby ADEMIC PURPLE School: Publications Agent 2, 3 Class: Dance Committee 2, 3, 45 Party Committee 4: Play Committee 3. 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 45 Le Cercle Francais Z WILLIAM GEARY HEVERLY West Providence Road Aldan ACADEMIC GOLD School: All'Seho0l Show Cast 3, 4: Gym Aide 3, 4 Class: Class Color Captain 3. 4 Sports: junior Varsity Football 25 Varsity Football 3, 45 junior Varsity Wrestling 25 Varsity Wrestling 3, 4 ith their glad refrains . . . NICHOLAS JOHN GIOVE -'Asdowne Avenue Upper Darby ACADENIIC GOLD ROBERT I. GOLDBERG gerbroolce Boulevard Upper Darby ACCOUNTING PURPLE Class: Homeroom Color Captain 25 Executive Com' mittee 2 Sports: Basketball Numerals lg Softball Numcrals Z SHEILA MARILYN GORMAN wernon Road Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE School: Publications Typing Stall 45 Leaders Group 3, 43 Welfare Agent 2, 3: Publications Agent 3. 4: Honor Roll 2, 3: Distinguished Honor Roll Z Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3: Play Usher 3: Commencement Usher 3: OAK Literary Staff 4: Dance Committee 2, 3: Party Committee 2: Play Committee J Clubs: Choral 2, 3 CAROLYN BALDWIN GRAVER osemont Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE School: AllfSchool Show Production Z, 3g Orchestra 2. 3 Class: Dance Committee 3 Clubs: A Cappella "B" 4: Bowling Z. 3: Choral 3. 43 Horace Mann 4: Pan'American 3, Viccfprcsident 4 GERALD J. GREAR th Harwood Avenue Upper Darby CCOUNTING GOLD DONALD GUINEY Margate Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE School: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4 MYRA LEE GLASS Qshton Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: Upi-Dah Literary Stat? 2, 3, 43 Publications Agent 4 Class: Dance Committee 3. -lg Party Committee 43 Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Horace Mann 3. -lg Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, 4 JERRY GOOSENBERG Hchfield Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Honor Roll 2, 3: Distinguished Honor Roll 4: All'Scho0l Show Cast 4 Class: Play Committee 4 Clubs: A Cappella "A" 3, -lg Choral 2. 3, 4: World Affairs Forum 4 Sports: Basketball Numcrals 2 SABEL ANNE GRAVENOR arding Drive Upper Darby DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION GOLD Clubs: Distributive Education 4 RAYMOND GRAZEL 'ilenthorne Road Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE Sports: Soccer Numerals 4: Varsity Soccer 4 MARGARET ANN GREISS mtexel Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC' PURPLE School: Honor Roll 3, 4 Clubs: Bowling 2, 3. 4: Horace Mann 2, 3, 4: Pan' American 2, Secretary 3, Treasurer 4 ELIZABETH H. HADDOW worth Carol Boulevard Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: Welfare Agent 3, 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Party Committee 2: Play Committee 4 Clubs: A Cappella "A" 43 Choral 2, 3, 4: Bowling 2, 3: Hippocrates 3, Secretary 4 on birds filled green valleys . . . JAMES HARDEN FRANKLIN all West Chester Pike Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE MARY RUTH FREELAND 'li W Guilford Road Drexel Hill SALESMANSHIP GOLD School: Wlcllarc Auunt 2 Clubs: Choral 2, 3. 4 Sports: Softball Numcrals 2 MARIE CARIVIELLA GAMBOL Aaltimore Avenue Lansdowne STENOGRAPHIC GOLD School: Welfare Agent 35 Honor Roll 29 Al1fScho.i1 Show Production 4 Class: Dance Committee 4 MYRON FRANKLIN GARNEY essex Avenue Lansdowne DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION GOLD 1 Clam: Homcronm Color Captain 4 Clubs: Bowling 2. 33 Distrihntivc Education 4 Spanx: Basketball Numcrals 3 PAUL HENRY GAULT .orth Kirklyn Avenue Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Clubs: Visual Aids 2, 3. Vicc'Prcsidcnt 4 MADELINE RITA GIALLOMBARDO' 6 Fairhaven Road Clifton Heights GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Class: Homcroom Color Captain 3 NICHOLAS F. FRATTAROLI alythe Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD BRUCE L. FUHRMAN Qvieeeheii Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Clubs: Rifle 2 ALICE SARAH GARGES 0 Ruskin Lane Upper Darby STENOGRAPHICN PURPLE School: Welfare Agent 4 Class: Play Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 33 Library 2 GEORGE VAN DEURS GARRICK -lgrim Lane Drexel Hin ACADEMIC PURPLE Entered October, 1953 FRANK D. GENO 'Iexander Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD Class: Homcroom Color Captain 4 Clubs: Visual Aids 4 Sports: Basketball Numcrals 4 MORTIMER JOHN GILBERT 'Iaypole Road Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE Class: Homcroom Color Captain 2 Clubs: Rifle 2: Visual Aids 3, 4 Eiglzfy-viglzl 'looded hills and plains . . . MILDRED' D. FEWKES .uelawn Avenue Lansdowne SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: Leaders Group 2, 3: Welfare Agent 3: Publications Agent 2: Gym Aide 3: Purple and Gold Speaking Contest 2 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Dance Committee 3: Play Committee 3 Clubs: A Cappella "A" 3: Custodian Librarian 4: Astrophychem 3, President 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: German 3, 4: Horace Mann 3: Le Cercle Francais Z Spams: Girls' Softball Z, 3 DAVID ANDREW PINK Qeverly Boulevard Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE CHARLES W. FISCHER arper Avenue Drexel Hill SALESMANSHIP PURPLE PHILIP LEE FISSEL Qshby Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC COLD School: Honor Roll 2 Class: Play Committee 4: OAK Art Stall' 4 Clubs: Bowling J, Team -I: I'an'Amcriean 2 HELEN MARGARET FLOOD ,Edmonds Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC' PURPLE School: Welfare Agent Z Class: Dance Committee 2 Clubs: A Cappella "B" 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 41 Hippncrates 2: Li: Cerclc Francais Z DORIS JEAN FOX 3 Plumstead Avenue Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE School: Band 4 Clubs: PanfAmcrican 2 DOLORES IVIIRIAIVI FICHERA ,Hers Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE School: A. A. Council 4: Welfare Agent 4 Class: Dance Committee 4: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 4: Pan-American 3, 4 Sports: junior Varsity Basketball 3 Eighty'-smicn JOHN EDWARD PINK rlington Avenue Upper Darby CIENTIFIC GOLD School: Honor Roll 2 Clubs: Bowling 2. 3, Vice'Pr::sident 4 GLENN JOHNSON FISHER alexander Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Acam Reporter 2, 3: I'IifY Z, 3, President 4: Student Council 3. 4, Executive Committee 4: AllfSchool Show Cast 4: Hi'Q Team 4: Honor Roll 2, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Harvard Club Prize 3 Class: Vice-President 2: Homeroom Color Captain Z. 3: Commencement Usher 3: Executive Committee 2: Assembly Committee 2 Sports: Junior Varsity Football 2, 3: Varsity Football 4 H. JACK FLANEGAN Gncoln Avenue Lansdowne ACADEMIC GOLD Clubs: Choral 4 JOAN EDITH FORSTER aedden Road Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC GOLD Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3 B RBARA EVELYN FRANCOLINI : ythe Avenue Drexel Hill I DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION PURPLE Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 4 Clubs: Distrihutive Education 4 When God smiled bright sunlight . . . SHIRLEY ANN EASH . Q Harding Drive Upper Darby ISTENOGRAPHIC PURPLE School: Honor Roll 4 Clubs: Choral 4 WILLIAM WISE EATON II .D Drexelbrook Drive Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD Clubs: A Cappella "A" -lg Choral 3, 4 LEROY EUGENE EDWARDS ,Wayne Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD Cllzss: junior Play Cast: Dance Committee 45 Party Committee 4, Play Committee 4: Executive Com' mirtee 4 Clubs: Le Cercle Francais 4 Sports: Varsity Cross Country 4 MARGARET EWING immoral Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD School: Acorn Art Stall 2: UpifDuh Art Stall' 3, 4g Hi-Y 3, 4: Honor Rnll Z, 3: Art Prize 2, 3 Class: Commencement Usher 3: OAK Art Editor 45 Dance Committee 2, 3, 4g Party Committee 4 Clubs: Beaux Arts 2: Horace Marin 4: Le Ccrclc Francais 3: TayfW'istalv:m 4 CAROLYN FARQUHAR 'Maple Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Class: Dance Committee 3, 4g Party Committee 43 Play Committee 4 Clubs: Bowling 2, 3: Choral 3, 43 Horace Mann 43 PanfAmerican 3, Sergeant at Arms 4, Astrophychem 4 VERA MAE FERRO .Maypole Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE School: Band 2 Class: Dance Committee Z. 3. 4 LIZABETH' MORGAN EATON Drexelbrook Drive Drexel Hill l ACADEMIC GOI.-D 1 School: Honor Roll 4 l Class: Homcroom Color Captain 4 Clubs: Horace Mann 3, 4: Le Ccrcle Francais 3, 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 2, 3 JOHN W. ECKERSLEY mleveland Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: Student Council 2, Honor Roll 3, 4: Biology Prize 3 Class: Executive Committee 2 JANET LOUISE EGGERS aim Avenue Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC GOLD FRANK JOHN FALCO M-Iarper Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Clubs: Bowling 2, Team 3, 4 HERBERT H. FAYER ,Powell Lane Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD JOSEPH RICHARD FERRY aarchwood Avenue Upper Darby SALESMANSHIP GOLD School: Publications Agent 3 Class: Homcroom Color Captain 2 Sports: Basketball Numcrals 4 E i gh f y-six On love and peace . . . RONALD F. DIETRICH ,Highland Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Publications Agent 2 Class: Executive Committee 2 Clubs: Visual Aids 3 NANCY RUTH DILLARD - -ouston Road Lansdowne STENOCRAPHIC PURPLE School: Acorn Reporter 3, 4: News Bureau 3. 4: Publications Typing Staff 4: Publications Agent 2: Gym Aide 4 Class: Homcruom Color Captain 2, 3: Commence' ment Usher 3: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Executive Committee 3. 4: Party Committee 2, 4: Play Com- mittee 3, 4 Clubs: Bowling 3, 4: Choral 2, 3 DOLORES JEAN DI PAULO 'ellington Road Upper Darby' GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Class: Dance Committee 4: Party Committee 4: Play Committee 4 JOHN LUKENS DOD'S0'N indsor Avenue Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE School: AllfScliool Show Cast 3 Sports: junior Varsity Football 2: Varsity Football 3, 4 DOROTHY H. DRAKE -opley Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE Clubs: A Cappella "B" 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4 NANCY LORRAINE DURST rltley Avenue Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC GOLD School: Band 2, 3, Head Majrxrette 4 Class: Dance Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: A Cappella "A" 3, 4: Bowling 2, 3 Eighty-five JOSEPH RICHARD DI IORIO 'orth State Road Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE Class: Homeroom Color Captain Z, 4 ROBERT M. DI NARDO garuce Avenue Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD School: Band 3, 4 Clubs: Choral 2 ELLEN CECILE' DIXON eGainesboro Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Acorn Art Staff 2: Upi'Dah Art Staff 2, 3: Hi-Y 2, 3, Vice'President 4: Student Council 2, 4, Executive Committee 2: All'School Show Production 2, 3: Band 2: Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Art Prize 2, 35 Biology Prize 2 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3: Play Usher 4: Commencement Usher 3: OAK Literary Staff, Editor 4: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Executive Committee 3: Party Committee 4: Play Committee 3 Clubs: Beaux Arts 2, 3: Horace Mann 3: Latin 2: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4: Tay-Wistalvan 2, 3, 4 ROBERT H. DOWLING 6Palmers Mill Road Clifton Heights ACADEMIC GOLD BENJAMIN WILLIAM DUKES alexander Avenue Drexel Hill SALESMANSHIP GOLD School: All-School Show Cast 2: Band 2. 3. 4 Clubs: Choral 2 RONALD ALBERT EARL Q Arlington Avnue Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Welfare Agent 3 Class: Executive Committee 2 l Clubs: A Cappella "B" 4: Choral 3, 4: Pan- American 2 One World built . . . HARVEY JAY DATTLE -Burnley Lane Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: All-School Show Production 4: Band 2, 32 4: Orchestra 3, 4 Class: Dance Committee 4: Play Committee 4 Clubs: Bowling 4, Team 4: Choral 2: Lccuwenboek 3, VicefPresidi'nt 4: Musical Masterpieces 3: World Affairs Forum 4 DOLORES MARIE DEERE -Margate Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE School: Welfare Agent 2. 3, 4 Clubs: First Aid and Social Service 4 EDMOND G. DE LUCA " - Morgan Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Acorn Reporter 3, 4, Statistician 43 Leaders Group 3, 4: All-School Show Cast 2 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3, 4: Junior Play Cast: Executive Committee 3, 4 Clubs: A Cappella "A" 3, 4: Choral Z, 3, 4, Execu' tive Committee 2: World Affairs Forum 3, Vice' President 4 Sports: Varsity Cross Country 4 DONALD KEITHLY DEMENT U Rogers Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: All-School Show Cast 7.,. All- School Show Production 3, 4, Cast 4: Band 2, 3,f President 4: District Band 4: State Band 4: HifQ Team 4: Purple and Cold Spelling Contest 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 3: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3 Class: Senior Play Cast: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 4: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Visual Aids 4 CLAUDETTE CLAIR DEVINE :Heather Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD School: Publications Business Stall 3, Assistant Advcrf tising Manager 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Leaders Group 4: Student Council 4: All'School Show Cast 3, 4: National Thespian Society 3, Secretary 4: Honor Roll 4 Class: Junior Play Cast: Party Committee 4 Clubs: A Cappella "A" 4: Choral 3, 4: Horace Mann 3, Vice-President 4: Le Cercle Francais 45 Tay' Wistalvan 4 GLORY MARY DIEHL Gramercy Drive Clifton Heights GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE School: Band 3, 4 RICHARD JOEL DAVIDSON mCopley Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE School: All-School Show Cast 4 Clubs: Choral 3: PanfAmerican 3 Sports: Junior Varsity Football 3, Varsity Football 4 CLAIRE NORMA deKRAFFT untley Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS COLD School: Acorn Art Stall' 3, 4: Hi'Y 3. 4: Leaders Group 3, 4: Student Council 4: All-School Show Cast 2, 3, 4: AllfSchool Show Production 3, 4: Welfare Agent 4: Gym Aide 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3: LRAK Literary Stall' 4: Dance Committee Z, 3: Party Committee 2, 4 Clubs: A Cappella "A" 3, 4, Accompanist 3, 4, ViccfPrcsident 4: Choral Club 3, Executive Com' mittee 2, 4, Accompanist 3, 4: Musical Master- pieces 3, 4 JOSEPH A. DEL VECCHIO -roadview Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD School: Gym Aide 3 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2 JOHN MICHAEL DE STEFANO -Garrett Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC QOLD School: Student Council 3, 4: Executive Committee 4: Honor Roll Z: Gym Aide 3 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3: Executive Com- mittee 3 Clubs: Choral 3 Sports: Basketball Numerals 4: Varsity Basketball. Manager 3, 4 CYNTHIA ANN DICKEN -rvington Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD School: Publications Business Satfl' 4: Welfare Agent 3: Allfschool Show Production 2. 3, Cast 4: National Thespian Society 2, 3, 4: Leaders Group 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Junior Play Cast: Senior Play Cast: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Party 2, 3. 4 Clubs: Choral 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 2 JOHN DIEHL, JR. aAlexander Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Student Council 2 Class: Homeroom Color Captain Z, 3 Where War shall cease . . . WILLIAM P. COOKE Walnut Park Drive Upper Darby ALESMANSHII' PURPLE JEFFORD REDIVION CORNWELL Cobbs Street Drexel Hill SC NTIFIC GOLD Clubs: Rifle 4 DAVID S. COULTER aheflield Road Lansdowne SCIENTIFIC PURPLE JOHN JARRETT CRAFT -Cedar Lane Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Acorn Reporter 2, 3: I'Ii'Y Z, 3, 4: Student Council 2, 3, 4: Allfschool Show Cast 4: Honor Roll 2: Public Speaking I Prize 2: Americanism Award 3 Class: President 2, 3, -lg Homeroom Color Captain 25 Play Usher 3: Dance Committee Z, 3, 4: Executive Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee 4: Play Committee 3. 4 Clubs: Rifle 2, 4. Treasurer 3 Sports: Varsity Rifle 2, 3, 4 CAROL LYNNE DALY -'chwood Avenue Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE School: Publications Typing Stall' 4: Leaders Group 3, -lg Publications Agent 2, 3: Gym Aide 4: Acorn Reporter Z Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3: Dance Committee 3, 4: Party Committee 2: Play Committee 4 Clubs: Bowling, 2. 3, Team 4. President 4g Choral 2, 3 DIANE DAIVION ' Childs Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Acorn Reporter 2: VVelfare Aeent 3: Publica' tions Agent 2, 4: Gym Aide Z Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 4: Dance Committee 3: Party Committee 2 Clubs: Bowling 2, 33 Choral 3: First Aid and Social Service 2. 3, VicefPrcsident 4 Eighty-three ELEAN OR COPPOCK affhilds Avenue Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC COLD M. VIRGINIA COSTELLO Vernon Road Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS COLD School: W'elfare Agent 3 Class: Dance Committee 2, 3 Clubs: Choral Z, 3 JOHN JOSEPH COVERT ahttlecroft Road Upper Darby SALESMANSHIP GOLD MARY ROSE CULBERT -Lindale Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD School: Welfairc Agent 3 Class: Dance Committee Z Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4 BERNICE THERESA D"AMATO' awembly Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC' GOLD School: Acorn Art Stall Z: Upi-Dah Art Staff 3, 4: Band 3, 4 Class: Bulletin Board Comittee 2: Dance Committee Z Clubs: Beaux Arts, President 4: Choral 2 ROSEMARIE A. D'ANGEI.O .kvon Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC GOLD School: Student Council 33 Distinguished Honor Roll 3 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4: Dance Committee 4 Clubs: Bowling 3, 4: Choral 2: Pan'American 2 Sports: Basketball Numerals 3: junior Varsity Tennis 2. 3 In a World . . . PATRICIA ANNE COFFEY UV. Lynn Boulevard Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD School: Gym Aide 3, 4 L Clam: Dance Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Beaux Arts 4 Spanx: Basketball Numerals 3 FAY MARIE COLAVITO " 1 Clover Lane Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE RONALD E. COLEMAN nnderson Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD Clixxs: Hnmcrnom Color Captain Z VICTOR G. COLVIN 'ookfield Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD Entered September, 1953 Class: Play Committee 4 STEVENS EUGENE CONLIN , -Road and Township Line Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE JEANNINE L. CONSTANTINO 0 Westdale Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE Eighty-two MARTIN EDWARD COHEN -lexander Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3 A. BARRIE COLE aPalmers Mill Road Clifton Heights ACADEMIC GOLD Clubs: Aqriculturc 4 JOHN F. COLLINS -evidence Road Primos ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD Spanx: junior Varsity Football 3: Varsity Football 4 JEAN C. CONGDON Uellington Road Upper Darby STENGGRAPHIC PURPLE ANGELA MARY CONSTANTINO' estdale Road Upper Darby STRIBUTIVE EDUCATION PURPLE Clubs: Distributivc Education 4 RUPERT J. COOKE aoberts Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC pURpLE Clubs: Pan'Amcriczm 2: Rifle 2: Stcinmctz Society 2, 4 ireedomgs flame alight CONSTANCE ANN CASE cilorgan Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Acorn Reporter 3, 4: Acom Editorial Board 4: Girls' Sports Editor 4: Hi-Y 2, 3. 4: All-'School Show Cast 3: All1School Show Production 2: Orchestra Z. 3: Publications Agent 3: Gym Aldfr 41 Distinguished Honor Roll 2. 3. 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2. 3: Play Usher 3, 4: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2, 3. 4: Party Committee 2: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3: Le Cercle Francais 3. 4: Library 2, Secretary 3: Tay-Wistaly'an 2, 3, 4 Sports: Softball Numerals 2: Varsity Basketball, Manager 3, 4 JUNE L. CAVARETT ,irfield Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD School: Orchestra 3 Clubs: Choral 2: Library 4 DOLORES CESARINI -estbrook Drive Clifton Heights STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE School: Band 2, 3 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4 Clubs: Bowling 4 NANCE ANN CHAPMAN -lbemarle Avenue Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE School: Allfscliool Show Production 2: Publications Agent 3: Honor Roll Z Class: Homeroom Color Captain Z: Dance Committee 3. 4: Party Committee 2. 4 Clubs: A Cappella "A" 3, Secretary 4: Choral 2, 3, 4 OBERT LUDVIG CHRISTOPHERSEN uth Cedar Lane Upper Darby ACADEMlC PURPLE School: Acorn Reporter 2, 3, 4: HifY 4: Leaders Group 4: Student Council 3: All-School Show Cast 2, 3. 4: All'School Show Production Z: National Thespian Society 4: Honor Roll 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2 Class: Homcroom Color Captain 4: junior Play Cast: Senior Play Cast: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2. 3, 4: Party Committee 4: Play Committee 3 Clubs: Choral Z, 3, President 4, A Cappella 2, 3, 4: Latin 2: Le Crrcle Francais 3, Treasurer Z, Presif dent 4 WILLIAM WILSO'N CLARK III Qnnond Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMICI GOLD School: Hi-Y 4: Leaders Group 4: AllfSchool Show Cast 2: Publications Agent 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3: Play Usher 4: Dance Committee 4: Executive Committee 2 Clubs: A Cappella "A" 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 3: Junior Varsity Wrestling 2: Varsity Cross Country, Manager 4 Eighty-one EVERETT CASSEL Qurmont Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Publications Agent Z, 3: Gym Aide 3, 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3 ROSAMUND CENTOLA 'Jverhill Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE School: Publications Typing Statf, Secretary 4: Leaders Group 4: Honor Roll 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2, 3: Executive Committee 3: Party Committee 2, 4: Play Committee 3 Clubs: A Cappella "B" 3, 4: Choral 2, 3. 4 Spo1ts: Girls' Softball, Manager 2 VALERIE L. CHANDLER vidence Road Secane STENOGRAPHIC GOLD JOHN RICHARD CHRISTMAN organ Avenue Drexel Hill NTIFIC GOLD School: A. A. Council 3: Acom Reporter 2, 3, 4: HifY 3. 4: Leaders Group 3. 4: Student Council 2: National Thespian Society 4: School Stage Crew 4: HifQ Team 4: Honor Roll 2, 3: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: junior Play Cast: Senior Play Cast: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Executive Committee Z, 3: Party Committee 2, 4: Play Committee 3, 4 VIRGINIA RUTH CHUBB 'lendale Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC GOLD School: Honor Roll 2 Class: Dance Committee 2, 3: Party Committee 4: Play Committee 3 Clubs: Pan-American 2, Sergeant at Arms 3, Corrcs' ponding Secretary 4 ROBERT CLOSKEY vndermere Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD School: Allfschool Show Cast 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4: Executive Com' mittee 4 Sports: Varsity Football 4: Varsity Wrestling 4 What a wondrous sight . . . WILMA BULKIN weather Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: Acorn Art Stall' 2, 3: Upi-Dah Literary Stall' 2: Upx-Dah Art Staff 2, 3: Hi'Y 2, 3, Treasurer 4: Leaders Group 3, 4: AllfSchool Show Production 2, 3, 4: National Thespian Society 2, 3, Clerk 4: Publications Agent 3: Gym Aide 4: Honor Roll 3: Distinguished Honor Roll 2. 3, 4: Biology Prize Z: Elmira College Key Award 3 Class: OM: Literary Stall, Assistant Editor 4: Com' mencement Usher 3: Bulletin Board Committee 2. 3: Dance Committee 2, 3. 4: Parry Committee 2, 4: Play Committee 2, 3, 4 Clubs: A Cappella "B" 3: Choral 2. 3: Hippocrates 2, 3: Latin 2, 3, President 4: Tay-Wistalvan 2, 3, 4 JAMES DAVID BURKE - Ruskin Lane Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Honor Roll 2: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Algebra Il Prize 2 Class: Commencement Usher 3 Clubs: Latin 4: Leeuwenhoek 2, Treasurer 3, President 4: Visual Aids 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 4 NANCY L. CAHOO'NE mlm Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: Acorn Reporter 2: Publications Agent 3: Gym Aide 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4 Clubs: Bowling 3, Team 4, Choral Z Sports: Softball Numerals 2 ROBERT SAMUEL CAMPANARO' H Hazel Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD School: A. A. Council 4: Gym Aide 3 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3 Sports: junior Varsity Football 2: ,Iunior Varsity Base' hall 2: Varsity Football 4: Varsity Basketball 2. 3. 4: Varsity Baseball 3. Captain 4 JOY CAROL CARPENTER afestdale Road Upper Darby DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION PURPLE School: Welfare Agent 4: Distributivc Education 4 'I'I'IELIVIA PATRICIA CARROLL -Vernon Road Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC GOLD Class: Dance Committee 3 Clubs: A Cappella "B" 3: Choral 2, 3, 4: Pan- American Z Eighty JANE BUNTING dmpden Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4 Class: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee 2, 4: Play Committee 3 Clubs: Bowling 2, 3, 4: Horace Mann 2, 3, 4: Pan' American 2, Secretary 3, 4 VIRGINIA E. BURKHOLDER ,'oodland Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC COLD School: Acorn Reporter 2, 3: HifY 2, 3, 4: Student Council 2, 3: All-School Show Cast Z, 3, 4 Class: Vice-President 3: Class Color Captain 2, 3, 4: Home-room Color Captain 2. 3. 4: Dance Committee 3: Executive Committee 3: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Choral Club 2 Sports: Allllllill' Varsity l'Ioclu'y 3: ,lunior Varsity Tennis 3: Varsity Cheerleading 2, 3, 4: Varsity Hockey 4: Swimming 4 RUTH JANET CALDWELL mithiield Road Drexel Hill A , DEMIC PURPLE School: Band 2, 3, SceretaryfTreasurer 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 4 Clubs: Bowling 2: Le Cerele Francais 3 HELEN LOUISE CARLEY we Drive Havertown DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION PURPLE School: Acom Art Stall' 3: Welfare Agent 2 Class: Executive Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 1, 3: Distributive Education 4: South' eastern District Distrihutive Education Organization, President 4: State Distrihutive Education Organiza' tion, Vice'President 4 ALECIA BELLE CARROLL vdeland Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Publications Agent 2, 3 Class: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: Horace Mann 3 GEORGE MICHAEL CARUSO ,tham Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC COLD School: Publications Business Stall' 2: National Thcspian Society 2, 3, 4: School Stage Crew 2. 3, 4 Class: junior Play Stage Crew 2, 3, Stage Manager 4: junior Play Cast: Senior Play Stage Crew Z, 3, 4 Clubs: A Cappella "A" 3, 4: Choral Club 2, 3, 4: German 4: Le Cerde Francais 2: Musical Master' pieces 3 Foundation of peace . . . CARL C. BOWMAN .- , merwyri Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC' PURPLE Clubs: A Cappella "A" 3, 4: Choral Z, 3, 4: Rifle 2 Sports: Varsity Cross Country Manger 4 BARBARA ANN BRAUKER empden Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC GOLD School: Acum Reporter 2: Publications Agent 3: Honor Roll Z, 3 Class: Play Usher 4: Dance Committee 2, 3: Party Committee 4: Play Committee 4 Clubs: A Cappella "A" 3. 4: Choral 2, 3, 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 33 Softball Numerals 2 VIRGINIA J. BROADBENT membly Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE School: Gym Aide 3, 4 Class: Dance Committee 4 Clubs: Bowling 3, Treasurer 4: Choral 3, 4 ALAN BRODY mate Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: Acorn Reporter 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: National Thespian Society 2. 3, Vicv:fPresident 4: School Stage Crew 3, 4: Purple and Gold Spelling Contest 2, 3. 4: Honor Roll 2, 3: Distinguished Honor Roll 3: Dramatics Prize 2, 3 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Junior Play Cast: Senior Play Cust: Senior Play Stage Crew 3: Executive Committee 2. 3: Party Committee 2 EDWARD K. BROOKS 'ouston Avenue Lansdowne SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Entered: September, 1953 Clubs: Latin 4 DONALD T. BROWN I Redaen Road Drexel Hin SCIENTIFIC GOLD LYNNEFORD ALICE BOWMAN mer Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC' GOLD JOHN CAWMAN BRAZIER 'indale Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD Class: Dance Committee 4 Clubs: Bowling Team 2: Pan-American I Spo1ts: junior Varsity Wrestling 3 JOAN MARIE BROCK west Chester Pike Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC GOLD School: Gym Aide 3 F. FRANK BROOKER nd Way Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE School: A. A. Council 4: AllfSchool Show Cast 3 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3: Executive Com- mittee 4 Clubs: A Cappella "B", President 4: Choral 3, 4: PanfAmerican 3 Sports: Varsity Cross Country. CofCaptain 4, Most Valuable Player Award 4 NE PATRICIA BROUGHTON arshall Road Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE School: AllfSchool Show Cast 3, 4 JOAN MARIE BRYAN .Harding Drive Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Class: Dance Committee 4 U Built on a firm . .. ganford Road Upper. Darby ACADEMIC ' bono School: Band Z. 3. 4: Honor Roll 3. 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3 Class: Commencement Ushcr 3 BRUCE HAROLD BENNYHOFE' 's .orth Harwood Avenue Upper Darby ACADEIVIICN GOLD Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3 Sports: junior Varsity Football 2, 3: Varsity Football 4: junior Varsity Baseball 2 BRITTA V. BIEL Qsfaafofd Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC' GOLD Srhaul: Publications Argent 'lg English Prize 3: Gym Aide 4: Purple and Gold Spelling Contest 3. 45 Honor Roll 4 Class: Homcruom Color Captain 3 Clubs: Choral Z. -l: Latin 3 JOSEPH HENRY BLACKBURN -mberlake Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Clubs: Bowling Team EMANUEL PETER BLAVAKIS .endale Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC' GOLD Clubs: Choral 4 Sports: junior Varsity Football 3 JAMES E. BORIO lythe Avenue Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE School: Acorn Reporter 4 Class: Homcroom Color Captain 'l Sports: Basltetlvall Numcrals 3 Seventy-eight JANET S. BEAUMONT .msom Street Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD School: Acorn Reporter 2: Publications Agent 2. 33 Gym Aide 3. 4 Class: Dance Committee 4: Ilay Committee 3 Clubs: A Cappella "B" 39 Bowling 3, 4: Choral 2, 4: Le Ccrclu Francais 2 7 ROBERT GEOFFREY BENSON gloodland Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC PURPLE ROBERTA FRANCES BLACK duh Woodlawn Avenue Alclan DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION PURPLE Clubs: Dislrihutive Education 4 PHILIP R. BLACKBURN in-ookiield Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: Honor Roll 4 Clubs: Leeuwcnhoek Z, 3, Trvaisurer 4 MARGARET REGINA BONNER -Windermere Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD Entered October, 1953 ANN CAROL BOSSERT Morgan Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD School: AllfSchool Show Production 2, 3: Orchestra 2, 3 Class: Homemom Color Captain 41 Dance Committee 3 Clubs: Bowling 2, 33 Choral 43 Le Cerclc Francais 4 Jn a firm foundation . . . FRANCES X. ARUFFO dwell Lane Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: Acorn Art Staff 3: Hi-Y 3, 45 Leaders Group 35 Student Council 2, 3, Treasurer 45 AllfScbool Show Production 2, 35 National Thespian Society 3, 45 Band 3 Class: junior Play Cast5 Senior Play Cast: Commence' ment Usher 3: OAK Literary Stall' 45 Dance Com- mittee 2, 3, 45 Party Committee 2, 45 Play Com- mittcc 3, 4 Clubs: Beaux Arts 2, 3, Secretary 45 Choral 25 Le Ccrclc Francais 2, 3, Treasurer 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 3, 4 ROGER EDWARD BAILEY ellington Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC PURPLE Clubs: Bowling Team 2, 3, 4: Choral 35 Rifle 25 Visual Aids 3, 4 OBERT WARREN BALDWIN uth State Road Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE JOSEPH WILLIAM BARNES -lendale Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD School: All-School Show Cast 4: Gym Aide 3 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3, 4 Sports: junior Varsity Football Z, 3: Junior Varsity Basketball 25 Junior Varsity Baseball 25 Varsity Football 4 GEORGE G. BARRETT 'Ardsley Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE School: Hi-Y 45 All-School Show Cast 2, 3, 45 Band 2, 3, Vice-President 45 Orchestra 2, 35 Honor Roll 2, 3, 45 Distinguished Honor Roll 3 Class: Commencement Usher 35 Dance Committee Z, 3, 45 Play Committee 4 Clubs: Visual Aids 4 Sports: Varsity Cross Country 4 CONSTANCE HELEN BAUER .Timberlake Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE Class: Class Color Captain 4: Homeroom Color Cap' tain 45 Dance Committee 25 Party Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4 Sports: Softball Numerals 2, 35 Basketball Numerals 35 junior Varsity Basketball 3, 45 Varsity Basketball 4 MARIE ANNA AURILLO - James Street Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD Clubs: Library 2, 3, 4 MARTIN LOFYUS BAKER i Greenwood Avenue Upper Darby. SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: Hi-Y 3, 45 Student Council 3, 45 AllfSch0ol Show Production 3, Cast 45 Honor Roll 35 Art rize 3 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3, 45 Dance Com- mittee 35 Party Committee 45 Play Committee 3 Clubs: A Cappella "A" 45 Beaux Arts 35 Choral 3 PHY LLIS ANDREA BALL ' Woodland Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD School: Acorn Reporter 2, 3, 45 HifY 2, 3, President 45 Student Council Z, 45 Allfscbool Show Production 35 Publications Agent 25 Honor Roll 2, 45 Distin' guished Honor Roll 2, 45 Le Cercle Francais Prize 3 Class: Class Secretary 2, 3, 45 Homeroom Color Cap' tain 25 Commencement Usher 35 Dance Committee 2, 3, 45 Executive Committee 2, 3, 45 Party Com- mitee 2, 45 Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: A Cappella "B" 35 Choral Z, 35 Horace Mann. Treasurer 3, 45 Le Cercle Francais 3, 45 Tay' Wistalvan 2, 3, 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 3 CAROL ANNE BARNETT .filtshire Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE School: Publications Typing Staff 45 Student Council 2 Class: Homeroom Color Captain Z5 Dance Committee 2, 35 Party Committee 2 Clubs: Bowling 2, 3, Vice-President 4, Varsity Team 45 Choral 3, 45 Executive Committee 3 MARY ANN BARTLEY well Lane Upper Darby G ERAL BUSINESS PURPLE HELENE BAZOLAS 5 'herbrook Boulevard Upper Darby l STENOGRAPHIC GOLD Clubs: Choral 2 Une World built MARY B. ABERCROMBIE .uskin Lane Upper Dalrby ACADEMIC PURPLE School: A Cappella "B" 3: Choral 2, 3, 4 Clubs: Le Cerclc Francais Z Sports: Basketball Numcrals 3 LOIS VIRGINIA ADAM .verly Boulevard Upper Dafby STENOGRAPHIC PURPLE School: Publications Business Staff 3: OAK Manager 4: Leaders Group 4: Welfare Agent 3: Honor Roll 2, 3: All School Show Cast 4 Class: Hnmeroom Color Captain 2: Dance Committee 2, 3: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Bowling 4: First Aid and Social Service 3, 4: Library 4 MARY ALEXANDER .outh 57th Street Philadelphia GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE Clubs: Choral Z, 3 NANCY ELIZABETH ANDERSON Hilde Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE Schools A. A. Council 3, 4: Acom Editorial Baird 4, Features Editor 4: Acorn Reporter 2, 3: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Leaders Group 3: Student Council Z: AllfSchool Show Cast 2, 3, 4: Publications Agent 3, 4: Gym Aide 3 Class: Class Color Captain 2: Homcroom Color Cap- tain Z, 3, 4: Play Usher 3: Commencement Usher 3' Dance Committee 2. 3: Executive Committee Party Committee 2: Play Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Le Ccrclc Francais 3, 4 Sports: Junior Varsity Hockey 3 ANN LOUISE ANGELO -zuston Road Lansdowne SCIENTIFIC PURPLE Class: Play Usher 3: Dance Committee 3: Party Com- mittee 4: Play Committee 3 Clubs: Library 3, 4: PanfAmerican 4: Hippocratcs 4 VICKI JOAN ARMOR -idvale Road Upper Dprby ACADEMIC GOLD School: Welfare Agent 3: All-School Show Production 2 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3: Dance Committee 4 Clubs: Le Cerclc Francais 2 MAXINE NATALIE ABRAMS owell Lane Upper Darby 1 RAL BUSINESS PURPLE School: Publications Agent 2: Gym Aide 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4: Dance Committee 2 Sports: Basketball Numerals 3 THOMAS AIKEN nut Street Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS PURPLE JOHN FRANCIS ALLEN endale Road Drexel Hill AR S AND CRAFTS GOLD Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2 ROBERT E. ANDREWS -amercy Drive Clifton Heights ACADEMIC GOLD LOUISE J. ANGIER ngton Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD School: Publications Business Stall 3: Student Council 4: Honor Roll 3 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Horace Mann Z. 3, 4: Li: Ccrcle Francais 2, 3, 4: Library 3, 4 JEANNE E. ARNOLD -rfax Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE School: Welfare Agent 2. 3: Publications Agent 2, 3, 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3: Dance Com' mittee 2, 3 Clubs: A Cappella "B" 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: First Aid and Social Service 2, 3, President 4: Pan' . American 2, 3, 4 MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Phyllis Ball and John Craft HARDEST WORKERS MOST TALENTED Wfilma Bulkin and Dick Schafer Claire cleKraH:t and Don Dement WITTIEST FRIENDLIEST PEPPIEST Carole Huber and Bob Closlcey Joan Urie and John Mack Nance Anderson and John Destefano MOST POPULAR Gini Burkholcler and Joe Tate BEST ATHLETES BEST LOOKING Mary Lou Natale and Bob Campanaro Barbara Hodges and Stan Perkins MOST VERSATILE MOST DIGNIFIED CUTEST COUPLE Carl Meyer and Pat Mitchell Don Jost and Ellen Dixon Gini Burkholder and jim Reynolds llad initiative and drive . . . First Row: G. Lecher, Y. Rodin, C. Huber, J. Craft, D. Jost, Rose, N. jocylen, G. Williams, P. Stefano. Third Row: L R. Moon, P. Ball, B. Hodges. Sf-cond Row: N. Dillard, P. Edwards, R. Closlcey, G. Hilrlbert, G. West, R. Sanders. Vwfitli tlic lwginning of tlic sclwnl ycar. tlic gov' tlic selling of personal nainc cards to tlic graduating crning lwdy of lliu Scniur Class wont tw work witli students. Tlicy also numinatcd two girls, Harriut :ual and CIlilllI4l.lSll1. Tliu lfxccutivc Cwinniittcc Whitii and Yvnnnc Rodin. as :untustants for rhi- lmad imc uliicctivu tu la-lp tlic class tu liccmnc a title of Miss Upidull in tlic AllfSglinnl Sluuw, inuru glusclyluiit group. working as a wlinlp, Wirli plannvd all asscmlwlics. and mil.-frail class ducs, Iliu class ufliqfrs and advi.sm's, IllClNlWCI'S liruni cacli Toward tlic cnd uf tlic ycar. work on rlic lvlutlicrsl lil-iiici-ni-iii mst cvury ivlwnday nwrning to discuss Group party and tlic Scnior Final lwcgan. witli rlii- mattcrs Ilia! wcrc pcrtincnt tu tlicir class. Sinn' invitations tu lm sont and dancc liands tu lm s-Jcurud. tliis group cmitiwllixl tliu financial niatturs uf tlic Wirli graduation drawing naar. arrangcmcnts liad class, rla- planning ul' danccs, partics. and plays to lm lUllklC for caps and gowns, Tlic Scniui' year was a part ul' its agcnda, A rccuril amuunt nl' was a lwusy unc liandlcd cilicicntly lw tlic Exccu' .ldvurtisslncnls for tliv play lWl'l1l,fI'.lIlI wmv nlwtainrd tivcs. A vwtc uf gratitudc gncs to tlicsc pcnplc who undci' alia supcrvisiim ui' tliu cmnninittcc, Anntliur did rlicir lacst to guidc tlic :lass tn tlig nip in '34, ul' Ili: pwincts Lliidcrtalwii lw tlic niulnlwrs was Rui N- . ' 1 'L '- l. I . i ' 'IE' V Q- W., 1 - ...- L., ,. i ka ,W-' ., ,. 4 ' . 'wtf XY ,v l -A I xx .SQFI'Ullfj'-f1I,I'L'L' T he Classls choice . . . lg K All . 'P X john Craft, presidentg Phyllis Ball, secretaryg Don Jost, vice-presidentg Carole Huber, his- torian, and Dick Moon, treasurer. Flvc lhitltftll ufhcctw Intl thu claw uf W4 tlmwuglt Thrrc yours h.1vc p.1s4cs.l su qtmtlily Qlmm' the .tll .tctivitics .tml cvcnts during its thrcc hig ycnrs first tl.uy wltnn .ns "gt'ct-11" Sl7Plll1I'I1lll'C4 tht- suniurs .nt ll. D, ,lolm Craft. prcsitlcut. spcnt itmumcrlhlc hcg.m thc lwng trck llflllll thu lwttfwm tm thu top. lwurs hchiml thc sccmw p1'cp.1ri11g fm' thmccs, lt will hc l1QlI'Ll tu furgct the fmwtlmll g.n1m'4. tl.nm'cs, lW.lI'IlCS, .tml Jssutulwlics. Dun lust, clcrtt-tl vim mlm' umtcsts. .tml plays. A fccling of lwulungmg prcsitlcnt fm' thc first fllllu' in his sculpt' yC.Il'. tmwk grcw frum tht- mgmy .tctivitit-fa twtlcxwtl tw ouch slmrgc of.1ll .lssclttlwlica Phyllis Pull, wht: was p.ml stmlcnt. A w.1y tu Ilhllix' sclwul hfc hnppisr .tml thu trihutc ul' hcing llIlilIlll1lUllSly clsctctl sccrctgtry rnwrs unj.ly.tl1lu wcnt intu uvcry .tt'tim1. vvury in ht-r sculpt' yL'.ll'. w.1s CVC1' rcntly to scrvc hcr thuuglmt, The stcp funn high Qrlwt-l tu tmllt-gc tn' chmss. Dick Mtutwtm kept thu hmuks in tmp lin4mci.1l husincs4 is ll hilg wm'. hut thrcc ytxnrs ul' prcpqnmtirm slmpc .ns II'C.lSLlI'CI'. Cmwlc Hulwcr. clcctctl tu thc hgtvc mutlc m.my QtupQ stczltlicr .tml l'll'I11UI'. Out' post uf lmisttwrhm in hut' swplwtmwrs yc.11'. kcpt gm tmclmcrs .tml .ntlviswrs h.tvc hruugltt .nistltttncc :tml .lcQu1'.1tt' tvmtml ul- .ull class qlctivitius in thc class u1nmlcm'c tu cvcry stmlcnt. .tml tht-sc .urs th-cply scr.1plwuk. Thcsc pcuplc. mting high in lwth .lppt'cci.1tctl hy ull. ll1'llLlLl4lfll1I1 te m.ntlu txwiut' hy scluwlgtrsltip .tml cxtr.1fqL11'1'icL1lgt1' work, h.1vc tlfmr tht- lctwwltxlgc that the wlwhl "tm thu hill" it It-fr thcir lwst tu make this class Ll 1'ccurtlflwrc.1ki11g nur, in c.1p.thlc .tml luving llllllklw. ....,l xt V, ' :4 rf xx ,pf"4X ffl f ' ,A X' X , A i .S't'r't'rllj'-Iwo x ,t t HELEN M. MOWRY This yC.lI"ll1C cl1cci't'11l Sunim' ufligq lWCC.ll11C Il lwmc .1w.1y frum llllllh' limi' IILIIU' sciiiiirs. Any itcm friwm .1 mukic fur ll st.1rvud INCI11lWL'l' nl' .1 cl.1ss ciiiimiittcc, L11 .1 pl.1cc L11 l.1kc .1 c.1t11.1p lwcfwrc tennis prncticu w.1s piwivielcel lwy tliis fricmlly. siiiccrc Sciiiin' Ql.1ss .1Llvis11r. Miss Helen M, Ml3XK'l'3'. Vwflinii Illll tCllClllIlg licr ljfiiglisli .mil pulvlic spcnlfciiig cl.1sscs licrc .1t Upper D.lI'lW,' 111' .1 iiiglit sQli1111l Ql.1ss .it lliriwwn P1'cp11i'.1f wry Scliiiul, Miss Miwwry w.1s L1SlI.llly sum sciirryiiig lm-Q .iml tlicrc 1111 :l.1ss lWLl4lI1C44. Ainiiiig Iwi- llN1LlIUUI'.ll7lU t.1sks were tlic Quiiiitiiig -il' Ql.1ss lmillwts. tlic 1111lci'ing uf caps .iml giiwiis. Llllkl tlie supcrvisiim if :l.1ss il.1i1cc. imirty. .iml I7l.ly uiiniiiittcps. l'lllXVCVC1', Miss Ivliiwry will 11111 lic 1'ci11u111lu'1'1ml .is .1 supcrvisiii' 111' slwgilqiqg IQ,lQl1Ql'- lwuf ,iq .1 liriuml. While working at her desk in the Sr. Office, Miss Mowry greets Miss Mowry begins one of her public speaking classes. all with a friendly smile. .A--W-wa.-X-v as s M, ei Mr Kthl handles ticket sales for the Senior Play "Harvey," Mr. Kehl checks assembl WILLIAM S. KEHL Test tulics lwulililing. Bunscii lwuriicrs flaming. xxumtci' running tlicsc nrt' tlic circumstzmccs umlcr wliicli m.nuy Qciiiuiw mot Mi' Willigiiii S. Kclil. tlicir class aitlvisur. Tlic stutlciits uri lii4 nursing .intl .lccclcmtctl clicmistry classcs will zilwiiys I'CI11CI'l1lWCI' lii4 quict liumiii' .mtl uiitlcrstgmtling pgiticiicc. As class zitlvisur, Mr. Kulil tiiiik clmrgc wt .ill tht- l1n.u1cia1l nmttcrs iiivulvctl in running tlic cl.ts4 fit 94 :mtl ligiiitllt-tl tht- .irrgmgiiig uf its iissciiilwlics. Bctwccii lii4 V.lI'iHlIN znttciitlf .lIlCC oflicc tlutics quid rliusu uf stiuckruwiu clerk. Mr. Kclil fuuiitl .implc timu tu t.ilk wvcr prulwlcnis witli pcrplcxctl Qtmluiits. .ilxxxiyx witli tlccp siuccrity, Asitlc frimi liis maiiiy Lisks liars .it scliwtml li., ttniflius .it Di-Qxcl Institute of Tccliiiulimgyk Niglit St-litiiil .mtl li tlir l.1y miui4tcr uf tlic Pmctlilclium Eviiiigt-lit-gil Rutliriii Cliurcli. y plans for the Class of wwf Q :Q 4? as W as Mx a Y it N an .,,,,, Wi? A ff MJ' -mmm, h+f,,,..m... W. 53 wg -- w ..- , . ,. . X . :gg ---W, N 'Tk' ' vm? . F Six ,v m , i E, ,1 f f ,'a ,e,,3,f , ' " ' '1 ' .. Q ' " XF. . ' ffrfrx. ,XB At asses colnpclcd lo GE M HW Q -l, is V: Ms X' ', . I ?xNf3'w,X "' 4.1 LZ ,, . ibv - fk ,f G ' y. " 3 Sure hots and hard Workers . . . RIFLE CLUB Rillc clulw mcmlwrs wcrc sccn in thu long tl.u'k room ailwovc Room 217 cvcry Lliiy from Scptuiiiliur until soinc timc in Dcccnilicr. ln Dcccinlwcr thc ttxun, mzitlc up of thc hast mznrksmcn in tliu cluh, took ovcr the riingc. Then in Maiy' thu cluli rcturnctl to rlif r.ingc gigaiin. Tlic cluh was sponsorctl hy Mr, Chzirlcs Vsfootl zintl was lctl hy -luck Schinitlt, the prcsitlcnt, who holtls thc Naitionnl .lunior Cliqimpionf ship for tiring in thc sitting position. The mziin function of this clulv was to givc stutlcnts with :in intcrcst in rillcs ai chgincc to lczirn .intl pizicticc. Some of thc husicst tlziys ol' the clulfs ycqir wcrc spent in touching thu ncw sophomorcs tlit- funtlaif ITlCllf2llS zintl rulcs of safety for thc rauigc, As .1 rcwxirtl for liairtl work through thc yciir, thc cluh licltl its lllllllllll picnic in tliu spring. DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION Distrilwutivc Education is pcrhgips onc of thc most important clulws otfcrctl int Uppcr Dxirlwy, Erich tliiy the group mot in Room 52, untlcr tliu liziculty inf struction of Mr. ,loscph Rhilc. Tho work in DE. consistctl of tiftccn hours of cliiss work .intl .i minimum of fittccn hours of supcrvisctl cmployincnt pcr wcck. Bcsitlcs class work thc clulw took ficltl trips to Thu Connncrcial lviusuuni, to .in Annu wzirchousc. .intl to the Crnnplwll Soup Company, To niuntion just ii tow. Distrilwutivc Education gaw scniors an opportunity to gct sonic praicticnl cxpuri cncc in tliu Nhusincss world" lwctorc grqitluntion. Thu Qluh Qlfctctl Etlytlic Ruth .is its prcsitlrnt .xt tliq lwginning of tliq yc.ir. Tlit- group gitltlutl to tlit- D,E. possessions .i tliplriy gist: which was usctl tor tlfmonstrnition purposcs, Members of Distributive Education study with Mr. Joseph Rhile Mr. Wood looks over the shots with Beverly Brassington. advisor. fww ..,, def 1 .5 ax rl11'llCllCl'S and talkers . . . F.T.A. CLUB T111' H111'.11'11 M.lI1Il. 1511111111 T1'.11'111114 1114 A1111'111'.1 i1lLllW, 11:14 111g.1111:1111 111 11211 1-111 411111111114 1111111'1'411'11 111 11'.11'11111g .14 .1 111'111'1'4411111. T1111 1111111 11.14 111111111 .11'11'1'1111's 111.11 111'111 1113 1111111111114 lQ.ll'l1 l11l1l-Lx .11111111 11111 1111111111114 .11111 111111111'111111111'4 111' 1111511111-1 T111 1'1'.11'4 11111111111g4 11'1'1'1' 111g1111g1111111 111' .1 ll'111 111 111411 1111111 11.11111 41'11111114, .1 11.111111 1l14g114411111 111111 111' 111.11'111'1'4 1111111 1111.11111' 41'11111114. .11111 111111'11'4 111 Lk 1111 111111111 111111 1 1 ' 11 '1' 1' 1 "' 1 "1" 1I.lT1x 'Q ' 1 1 I1 1 1 1111 111111 1ll 1 1 ll lll 1 111 1111511 V l'1'I'1'1 - ,F LN 1 F K ' l F1 - 1.11 l 4 1 111 1 III 1 1 114111111 1' 1 1111 1 11.1111 ' 11 1 4 ' 1' 1 11 . , 1131111 1 1.1111 1' 11 1'1'1111'. '111 11 1 1' . , '11 14 11111 .ll 1 .ll'1' , .'11 1 , '1" 11. WORLD AFFAIRS FORUM T111' V1"111'11l .'5111'.1114 1111111111 11.11111'111.111111 111 1111111111 11114 .11'111'1111'4 1111.4 11.111 111111111 1.1111 114 11111111111114 .1 111111111 11111l111'41.11111111g 111 11111 11111111 41111.1111111. T1111 511111 11111111111 .14 114 11'.111111'4 1111' 1111' y1'.11' R11'11.1111 S1'111'11111'1. 1111'41111'111: 15111111111 l711l,111'.1. V111 11111411111111: l5111'111111' T11'144111111.111, 411111'1'1.11'1'L .11111 l-1'I1I1 T.1111'11 fi l1.lLlI11. 11'1'.14111'111: NY.fX.l'f 111111 1'1'1'11' 11111111 Tllllllfkllx 111 111411144 1'111'11'111 111111111111 111'111111'1114 11111101 11111 1111111.11111 111 M1 l7.1Ll1 111111111 151111 111 11111 111.1111 111'1111'1'14 L111111'1'1.1111'11 111' 1111' 111111 11.14 1111' lVl111'11 11111151144 .11 T111111111' l11111'111'4111'. 171:11 511111111111 1c111'1141'1111'11 1111' g1'11L111 .11 1111' 1111111111 T1111'11 Mkxxillllg 111113121111 1111 41.1111111 KYNV. T1111 111111 411111141111111 1111' l'11111'11 N.11111114 11141 g11'1'11 111 111g11 411111111 411111111114 .14 xvkxll .14 11.11'111'111.1111111 111 1 lVl111'11 l1.11' 111 11111 1111111111 N.11111114 T111141' 4111111'1114. 111' 41u1l1'111e 1111' 111111111'1114 111' 11111 11111111 11111.11'. 11111 111' 11111111 .111111 111 1111111 111'111g .11111111 .1 11111111 111' 1111.111 111 11111 111111111 Teachers from local grade schools discuss problems with F.T.A. Mr. Coffey opens the Junior Town Meeting of the Air program club members. with Richard Schrnkel, W.A.F. president, representing our school. F1110 and applied art . . BEAUX ARTS CLUB C1l11'ist11111s dcc111'.1t11111s. 1111st1'1's lwlll' tl11' Scuiur play, .lllkl .1 trip 111 11111 Art M11s1i11111 wcrc 111cl11Llcd 111 tl11' IW1'11Q1'.ll11 111- ll11' 11c11ux Arts Clulx T110 Christf 111.1s IWI'Uv1Cil. wl1icl1 was .111 ilI'Cl1 AlI'l1LlI1Ll tl1c I-111Y Cl11'ist111.1s ti' k'k' , w.1s 111C rcsult 1114 thc c11111l1i1111l c11'111't+ lllw .1ll 1110 I11U111lWCl'4 111. thc clul1. Thu 1l1'f clul1 111rt vvclw' T11cs1l.1y 111 R1111111 217 111tcr scl11111l. lt piwvidrml .1 t11111' .111ll 111.111 1111' .lSIW1l'111Q artists 111 1l1'vcl1111 llwir t.1lu11ts 111 .111 11-Jlrls. Tl1Q 11rl51cr1's Ll111'i11 1 l1C.lLlX Arts 1'1111r1c1'11tl1 yc.1r WQ11' 1Vl.1ry Q111l111s1111 .1111l 131'r11icc D'A111.1111, c.1cl1 p1'csi1l1'11t 1'-111' Ll 11.1111 yc.11' 1011111 cf.l1'l1l M1r'l1.1cl, V1CC'P1'C41k1L'I111 1'1'.111ccs Ar1111'11, +uc1'c1.11'yg .111Ll 1V1.11'y 1V1qf1.11'vcy, 1l'C.lSLlI'C1'. Tl1c clulfs .11lvis111', Miss 1fliz.1l1ull1 Kingslcy. lwlpcd 1111-111 111 111.111 .111d cxuc11tc .1ll tlicir awtivilics, VISUAL AIDS llmlci' 1110 s11p1'1'vis11111 111 Mr. V.1ugl111 Smith. tl1c XfI14ll.ll Aids 1111111 l1.111lll1ml 1110 I'Ll11I1111Q 111 .111 V1SL1.l1 Ckll111W1llU111 .111rl 4ll1WC1'V1SCLl tlic .1111l111 systclu rl111'111-1 cl.1sscs 1111' L'k11lC1ll1U111ll 11111'1111scs. ltvcry day. l11'1111'1' .IIIL1 .11tcr SCl11111l, 11111 l11CINlX'I'S 111 11114 111'g.1111f z.1ti1111 s.1w 111.11 1l1c 111'111Qu1111As wcru t.1ku11 C1lI'C 111. M.1111' 1111184 tliu CllIlW w.1s 5.111011 1111.111 115' 1111Is11lQ 11rg.111i:.1ti1111s. 1I1ClLlLl111Q1l1C Li11115Cl11l1. tl1c P.T.A,. Adult Scl111111, .11111 1110 f1l1111'.ll 1111111 1111' S1051 Picr l'1Al1l1C. Tlu' ClLllW 11l1t.11111ml 4CVC1'lll iicw 111'111Qct111's .1111l 111111lu1'111:ul 1'klL11lW111L'I11 lwlll' use 111 Ll1c 1411111112 Tliuir .1111111.1l l1.1111l11ct xx'.1s l1ul1l i11 l.1tc -l.111L1.11Ay .11 lllk' Suiisct Rus1.1111'.111t with .1ll 1111'Lx'1tw11 111u111l11'1's .1tl1'11ll111g. T115 11111uc1's won' l'1'.lI1li 1711y11tc1'. PTC41 1lc111g P.111l f1.lLIl1. vicmf111'csillu11lg .l11Ll C1ll.ll'lC4 ll111l11'1'gv1'. scc1'1'1.11'1'. Miss Elizabeth Kingsley, Bvaux Arts club advisor, goes over Mr. Vaughn Smith and Mr. George Lower, advisors. and Visual drawings with Bernice D'Amato, Pete DeFeo, and Francis Boppell. Aides club members enjoy their annual banquet. lcclicine and sciellcc . . ASTROPHYCHEM CLUB Tlic Astriipliycliciii Cluli Llcrivus its iizimr lirimi tlic rlircc sciciiccs Astriiiiiwiiiy, Pliysifs, .iml lllicm- istry. Tliis your rlii- clulw qiiiiilwiiii-il suvcinil nl its meetings witli iiicnilicrs ul' llif Stuiniiictz Society, siiicc tlic twin Qlulis lmrl simil.ii' iiiturcsts. Nliivics, sliulcs. talks on li.mi izigliii liy Stciiimutz iiiciiiliurs, ziml il tour of tlic scliinil clicmistry l.ulmr.iLm'y :mili- tlic miuiitlily meetings ciitcrnniiiiiig .xml iiiffiriiiantivc. Tlic social uvciits uf' tliu yan' iiiclullcnl trips to tlic Plainctgarium uf tlic liiziiikliii liistitutu, scgivciigcr liuiits, liikcs. picnics, liiii-sulmuk riding, amd an I-lgillrixxfuii party wiili tlic Slciiinivtz Society. Ar Cliristmgis timc Clllli iiiciiilwis ciillcctcrl lmiys liwr rlif cliilplrcii of tlic Mltliiielist Urplixiiizigc. Tlic clulfs :activities wcin' pl.miicLl liy Ilic officers, Milnlimml Fawkes, prcsinlciit. .mil lVl.u'y Ann Ray, sccrcmryftrcasurcr. Ivlr. Floyd Ncll' wins lluciilty glglvisiur. HIPPOCRATES CLUB Tlic Hippuuititcs Cluli. wliicli is Lluliultcnl tu lil-lpiiig girls iii pliiiiiiiig llicii' iiursiiig c.li'u'i's, .nrrgiiigcgl .ictivitics lwiicficilil iii .ill future nurses. Guest spunlccrs iiml field trips tw llylicrry, Pliilm Llclpliiql Uciicllll, L11rilcuii.iu. llryii IVl.iwr, Nz1v.ll, Halmciiiniiii. .iml Temple l'liispit.1ls .icqmiiiitul tlie girls with mlm rwutiiic of tlic 'iwuiiicii iii white" .xml gmiiiruil vivid pi'ctL1i1-4 iii' liiispiml lilic, At Cliristmgns rims. cluli iiicmliers gliccimml zlii- cliililrcii .lt rlic Orpliqiiis' Society nf luliilmlelpliigi, iii W.llllIlQlil3fLl, liy prmivirliiig lvriglit Clii'istiii.is sliiclxiiigs liir rlicm. Tlir girls ciirlul Llicir CVUllllilll yinir witli an party. Miss llIDl1l.l Sciiiiiiiwliclll .iilviscil ilii- clulw, piliiml Ivy Luuisc Vv'illi.ims. prusiklviitz Cliiiiiic Liuzzi. vice prcsiylciitg llctty l'l.iLlLl-iw. s i'k' i'cI.ii'y1 .mil Pliyllis Liiizzi. lI'C.l4lll'CI'. Mildred Fawkes, Astrophychem president and Mr. Floyd Neff, Betty Haddow :md Louise Williams observe the circulator s stem Q - Y Y advisor, observe a specimen. 111 H model. , w.sfis.mf 'clucation and service . . FIRST AID AND SOCIAL SERVICE Ofliccrs blC.l11 Arnold. prcsidcnt: Pcnny Damon, viccfprcsidcntg Ivlirundgl Rodin, sccrctnryg :und Ann Lipsctt, trcamsurcr, lcd tlic First Aid .und Social Scrvicc Clulv tlirougli nnotlicr succcssful ycqir. l-lcrc in scliool tlic girls nidcd tlic nurscs in tlic inf'irn1.1ry during tlicir study pcriods. Howcvcr, tliis clulw not only workcd for tlic scliool, lvut .1lso rcndcrcd scrv' icc to tlic community. Tlicir scrvicc tliis ycgnr inf cludcd tlic visiting ot' tlic NLlN'lll Hospital wlicrc tltcy gitvc ll party for tlic lioysg tlic liitndling of tlic TB. lwoxcs, und tlic making of dolls for tlic cliilf drcn .tt Dcl.1w:1rc County Hospital. Tlic First Aid .ll1Ll Social Scrvicc Clulw is rcgllly .1 cluli wliicli nicrits its n.1mc lWCC.lllSC ot its scrvicc to .1ll. Tlic clulw was nidcd liy its Advisor, lvlrs. M41ti Puscy, scliool nursc. LIBRARY CLUB "Plc.1sc rcturn tliis licllorc 9 ll.I11. toinorrow morningf' "Six ccnts lin-: duc, plc.1sc." "You forgot your lionicroom numlwcrf' Tlicsc .uid mgmy otlxcr rctlucsts can lwc licqird dgnly from tlic vcry C.lPQllWlC mcinlicrs of tlic l.ilWI'.lI'y Cluli. Tliis clulw consists of tliirtyftwo mcnilicrs, cncli ol' xx'lio1n givcs up onc study pcriod .1 wcck to work in tl1c lllWl'4ll'y. Tlicy gilso CQIII lic found working diligcntly licliorc .lllkl .lffC1' scliool liclping to ltccp lilwrgiry scrvicc running smootlily. Miss Rutli Paatssctt, lilWI'.Il'l.lI1, .und Miss llI11iI1.l Brognn, IlS5l5l.llIl lllWl'll1'lllII, supcrviscd nlic cluli. Tlic otliccrs wcrc Louisc Angicr, prcsidcnt: .l.lI1Cf Burcitw, viccfprcsidcnt: Rosulic l3cll.1irs. SQCl'Uf.ll'y1 Al1'lLl Ivlztry Mililllil. trcansurcr. Tlic clulv lnct on .1ctivitics. First Aid and Social Service club members enjoy their annual Christmas tea. 1 Y L'brar club members arrange a colorful career display. j U 3 w Q tlic sccond xVCLl11CSLl.l5' of c.1cli montlm to lWl.ll1 its Q 4 ? qw i V L W N wx , - S- - X' x, , S - QQ,..Si5SfQ"" X"1,- iff. 4: S 5 Q Ang, 5 xx- 5 nf. vvuvfw Ss .,g -Q A ry i Q ,, few y W , Hligvyk it bd amilw "ffig?1+ f x im 1 is 9' f' 4 5 24 i 'fi I ,E is I fi' If W Jw 5 Www :lr-i W if ff fri? V fi W Q . 3 A 3 ' 3 an dm-W V 'x S S A .X Ti ,, f E ' -A 4 X ff'-um Latin and English . . . LATIN CLUB "S.1lvt'li' .llikl 'iV.1lt'l" wcrc tmftcn lit-.ird .it the lxjginning .ind ond ul L.1tin Cluh meetings thi: yC.ll', The purpufc ul this cluh w.1s tn .1dd more iiitcrest .uid t-iiiuyiiiciit tu the study tif Llltill. The cluh, which inct the third Friday of c.1ch month, h.1d in its course ut events Rl trip tn ssc The Robe, .in lIl1LlSll.ll Latin pl.1y, .111 interesting t.1lk hy Mise Fl11i'ci1cc Fmiiiiii un her trgivcls in Europe, 11nd Ll trip In Ft-Is Pl.1nct.1riun1 in M.1rcl1. During llllliilil' huntirs .isscmhly tht' cluh proudly IlVVilI'klCLl .1 prize tu the SllPCl'it1l' third ycgu' L.1tin student. The sucf cess ul tht- vluh w.14 llilI'ilWUlCLl to the hzird work 111' WilIT1.l llulltin. prcsitlciitl Sally Swnim, vice' prcsidciitg ivlcrlt' Hiwldcn. sct'1'Qt.1ryg Dot l3cvil.1Cqu.1. ti'c.1s11i'-:it 41nd Mise lf. Lucilu Ntihlc, cluh iidvisur. TAY WISTALVAN T.1y WiSl.llV.lI1, which derives its name from litilll' l'.1m11us .1utl111rs T.1y from Bllyllfkl Tziylnr, Wist frtuni Owen Vxfistcr, Al fruni L11uis.1 M115' Alt-nit, .llkl Vllll fruiii Henry V.ll1 Dyke, is il club for girls who .IIT illiCI'CSlCLl in a1ll types of litcrnturc. Currciit lwuks .ind pl.1ys .1rt' tlisuissctl 41t the meet' ings, which .iru held nn the third Vxfcdncsdgiy nf c.1cl1 ninnth uiidtir tht' Ctlllllilt' supervision of Miss l:I'.lIlCCS Wt'i1i1ti1'. Highlights ul the your included .1 c:llI'lSil1I.lS lW.ll'Iy .1t the liunic of Curni Lucwcn, ll trip tn Phil.1dclphi41 tn ssc .1 pl.1y, Allikl the .1nn11.1l Nlntlici' .111d l7.111gl1tt'r Tm .it the end of the yC.ll'. The nflictws ul' T.1y X,N!lSlillV.lIl were Betty Hugo. p1't'4idt'i1t: Peggy Ruinlcy, viculpitsitlciitg Ivicrle Holden, st't'i't't.11'y: .llltl lillsn Htlliillillll. trcaisurcr. Sally Swaim, Dot Bevilacqua, Merle Holden, and Williia Bulkin Connie Case, Peggy Remley, Betty Hugo, and Merle Holden read arrange a Latin bulletin board. an interesting passage. 0t4g i French and iipanish . . . LE CERCLE FRANCAIS Un tin' scuimi Ti1LllA4gi.If' ni 1'.11'i1 innntii Lu Cui-plc I:l'.ll1C.llS. unc nt' U.l5.'s i'.1v11rit1' ululws, invt i11 Rnnin 126. Tins yc.1r Lin' CILIIW xx'.1s liniicr IilC I1'.1Ll1'rf iinp ni Bnlw Ciiristi1pi11'1'sci1. p1'csid1'i1t1 Mi1'.1mi.1 Rmlin. vic1'fp1'csiLlc11r: Yviiiinc Rmlin, suc1'utz11'y: Fmnccs Aruffn. tru.1s1irc1': .md Mimi ,I11l111s11i1, SCI'QC.ll1l'.lt'.lI'1T1S. I2.1ci1 1111111111 .1 PI'lJQI'ZlI11 w.1s prcf sciitcd lmsiml nn .1 spccific tiicinu, such .1s Fr1'11cl1 custnins, music. .1rl, 111' lwnildings. Tiiusv .IIT pro suntcd tn tlic clulw by sluiluiits gl111sun frnm tlic incmiwrsliip lwy Miss Ciililfiiiflx' ciilI'i4I11IIIl .md Miss Mary T.1yli1r. f'.1culty .1LIvis11rs. Tim 1n11tcria1i was prusmtcd in thc inrin ni pl.1ys. v11u.1l .ind pi.1nn snlns. mnvics, slidcs. .ind group singing. AL Lim ci1i1cI11sin11 nf thc incuting 1'vcry11i1u -illil1L'Ll in singing L11 M111'.weiIl111.wc, thc Fruiicii N.llI11I1Jli Antiicln. Rcf1'csi1111c11ts wurc tiicn scrvul 111 c11i1rI1i1l1' liic 1liVk'ilyS c11,i11y.1lNl1' .ind i11s1i'11clivv iiiuvtiiigs, PAN-AMERICAN CLUB Tiic P.1n'A111cric.1i1 Cluim LlIlkix'l' 1111- spi111s111'si1ip 111 Miss Alicu U1111d1n.111 .ind Mr, Clirl Ciiigstnii, prnvui tn in' unc nf' tin? must s111'i.1liy .1ctivu cluiws nf tiic yc.1i'. Uniicr tin' Iu.11Iursi1i'p 111' ti11'i1' prtsiiluiit, Iniin Urynmcs. tiic cluli g.1vr p.11'lius in tin' cvvning inviting 51111111 A111uriQ.111 CXCil.lIHvQU slmiviits irnin 11111113 11111411 . Aiintiici' iiigiiligin 112' tin' ululfs yc.ir xx.1s tin inuting .1t xximii II1ii.11i1ipin.1s fmnsiil ni ffcu.11l111'. Scnm' Fi'.1i1cis1'11 Sc1'i'.11111, spnkv 111 tiic ciuiw .liwilllt iiiiu in iiis .'1111nti'y. Uliivi' iliings wiiifii priiinntcil iiitcrust .llhi 11i11isiAst.1mii11g 111' P.II1'Al1h'l' ic.1n Qiiuntrics wc1'v .1 iWiI'Ii1Li.lB' Pin.1t.1. .1 fiilI'i4II11.l4 PIIIX lIlLi 1 Spnnsii spciiing lux: TI111 P.1i1fA111u1" ic.1n Club AlXR'.Il'LiCLi IWIZC4 ini' tiiv iR'NI wnrk in 5IW.lI11Si1 I. Il. .1n1i III ci.1s-cs. Utiwi' 11tii1-ws wcru Cnniin U1'.1x'c1', .l.1nc Bllllllllf. Virginia Clniiwiw. M.1r1'.1rct Circiss. ci.lI'1IiyI1 li.1i1i11i1.1i'. .ind cillii C1T'.lC1C. Pan Anwricnn rlub president, jack Grymcs talks with Carolyn Le Cercle Francais officers, Frances Aruffn, Nlirnndn Rodin, G " : i 1 1 ' ' ' ' raur ann Juni Bunting, Llub mcmbsrs. Yvonne Rodin, and Bob Christopherson. 48 united effort LEEUWENHOEK CLUB Lccuwcnhock Cluh, which takcs its namc from a famous scicntist, is intcrf cstcd in all phascs of thc scicncc ficld. This ycar thcir many activitics includcd trips to Lankcnau Hospital, Iviorris Arhorctum, Thc Iviuscum of Natural History, Tcmplc Mcclicail School. and Franklin lnstitutc. Thu cluh hclpcd U, Dfs scicncc dcpartmcnt hy rcpairing microscopcs and prcparing slidcs for hiology classcs. Thu ofhccrs who lcd this activc cluh during thc 197334 school ycar wcrc Jim Burkc, prcsidcntg Harvcy Dattlc, Vicc prcsidcntg Richard Turncr, trcasurcrg and ,lcancttc lvlarplc. sccrctary. MUSICAL MASTERPIECES Undcr thc sponsorship of Mr. Charlcs Qswald, Thc Mtisicail Maistcrliicccs Sof cicty mct cvcry Friday aftcrnoon in thc hand room to promotc a widcr intcrcst in classical music. Thc cluh studicd thc rccordings of thc outstanding musicians of our timc and of grcat inastcrs of thc past. Though thcir timc was dcvotcd to thc classics, many a Friday thcy listcncd to thc rccordings of thc lightcr classics. Gcorgc Gcrshwin, Richard Rodgcrs, and ,Icromc Kcrn mclodics. Thc oliiccrs wcrc Richard Schcnkcl. prcsidcntg Alan Wzii'f rcn, vicc prcsidcntz and Alcancttc Mgirialc, sccrctaryftrcasurcrc. GERMAN CLUB Charadcs, twcnty qucstions, and many Gcrman gamcs hclpcd familiarizc thc mcmhcrs of Dcr Dcutschc Kluh with thc languagc and customs of Gcrinany. Mcnilwcrs of thc cluh had to spcalc only in Gcrman at thc cvcning monthly mcctings and all agrccd that this hclpcd cvcryonc to spcak thc languagc niorc Hucntly. The cluh wound up its '74 scason hy holding a picnic at Smcdlcy Park, whcrc thc outgoing scniors wcrc honorcd. Dorthca Twissclman, prcsidcnt: Nliranda Rodin, trcasurcr, and Yvonnc Rodin, sccrctary, workcd with thc adf visor, Miss Agncs Grunhcrg, to plan thc activitics of thc cluh. School Clubs . . . CHESS CLUB Kings, qxicctxs. lxniglxts, liislxxxps. pgxwns. .xml c.xstlss .xi'c t.xnnl:.xt' xxliiccts tn .xll . , N xncxxxlxcrs nt U.l3s C.lxcss Clxili. 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Hoshabjian, M. Mitchell, P. Liuzzi, C. Devine, M. tary: P. Ball, president: E. Dixon, vice-president: W. Bullcin, Holden, R. Stallsmith, V. Burlcholder, N. Sm-rlwlirgm-r, C. Cullvn, trcasun-rg B. Smith, N. Andi-rson, Miss Edith Gaulcrodger, advisor. Svfmnl Roar: bl. WK-lls, H. jckofslcy, B. lJeGeox-ge, Barney, KI Uriv, D. Padis, H. Hugo, B. Miclc. C. Rizzo, B. Pledges, F. Aruffo .-XX 1l1v wl1-111l y1111' l11'11g1'cs-ml cvr1'y'-111s .11 -111s I11111' 111' .111111l1s1A s.1xx' ll1c H1 Y g11'ls 111 .1g111111, v1tl1u1A lINl1CI'lll! .ll .1 UlI1CLiI'l, 4CI'V1IlQ .ll .l lXlI1xlllCl. 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Tlw Qlflx .1ls11 L111Llv1'I1111lQ 1xx'11 ffl11'1s1111.1s 111w11v.'1s ll1' 1l1111.1I111g 11l' g1'vu1111g C.lI'xlN ill Il11' Cfl11l.l1'1'11Y Plxllll H11s111I.1l. .1111l IllC su111l111g 11l 11.1.'l4.1g1w 111 111-111111.1111 Qllllxll'UI1 111 11.11111 Cfrwcli, Kv11111.'l4y Mws liiklllll l1.1L1lQ1'11llgv1' lx H1 N .11lx'1s111', Xvilma Bulkin, Phyllis Ball, Miss Edixh Gnukrodgvr, Iillvn llixon and Ellen Hoffman. Q55 Wk -af. Qs K W is x fix 5... SQ. QW 24 V 5. ,, vig K ,X ' ,A f ff 'f if ,Q . - if R K' A' xi il Q. if ' 1 .5 5 M fm. 4 4 3 z 5 x :F XA. I F N -x,.. ,x V k W , WW, f,Qf,s:A-9' S 9 9' ,Q -- , :ff 5 , Q4 .- M sq 3 X K . '-JV . ,JE km, 23? Q15-fwg? if M H ..,. Zuv , M - .. 5 X A is , 15 , ,Q QV -.2 W .ws .- ' QV, W' , ""l'?f ig' fig 1: .ff Xml 4 if" ' ff .V 6,3 If , 1. 2 T, Q fi' GSK They achieved their goal . . . First Row: J. Wells, C. Rizzo, G. Caruso, J. Watson, S. Perkins, Nuthall, L. Pflieger, B. Simmons, M. Noel, E. Cake., C. Liuzzi, R. Schafer, G. Miller, W. Bulkin, C. Devine, A. Brody, Miss A. Warren. Fourlli Row: Moffitt, M. Remley, P. Liuzzi, A. Gross, Frieda Reed. Second Raw: R. Byar, C. Michael, L. Balis, M. Chad- B. Vogel, R' Chl'l5f0PhPl'59f1, D- H0PP9fv R- HlCkSv R: SCh9Uk0ly wick, C. Cullen, B. Mick, A. Belafonte, G. Berguido, B. DeGeorge, P. Dietrich. Members not shown: F. Gladeck, R. Chrlstman. C. Dicken. Third Rmv: D. Bevilacqua, J. Hornberger, M. A. The school ycai' of 195394 was .1 l1usy o11c for thc N.1iio11.1l Tl1cspi.111s. A 11111 from Dear Hr11t11.s, thc play. A Martha Noel and Alan Bfody perform 'n DM' Bmluj' Clllllkl ls llorvz, .lllxl the Llilllnff PLll1fl1IlllITlC. The SUl'CCTC7'lS AJ1fW1'C7lll-L'L' 1.111 exciting new fo1'111 of cl11l1l1'c11's ll1C.1ICl'J. givcu at Hltllllllly 111cc1111gs. co111p1'isutl .1 part of the N.1t1o11.1l Tl1cs11i.111 T1'o11I11"s .1.'t1vitiQs. cillfr l'1'o111 The Nlule Am111.1l, Tllc l11111g111.11'-1' l111'.1l11l. .1111l A7lll'g117l1t' were givcn for c.1cl1 .1ssu111l1ly. lilll' tl1c llppci' lj.ll'lVy M11Il1y'l'4i Group. aml .11 thc fil1llI'Cl1 of the Holy Co111l'o1'tc1'. Czmlcrelltz, IWYCSCIlfCLl i11 l3ucc111l1c1A for the u11jo1'111c11t ol llppcr DllI'lW5'iS ClC1HCI1lilI'y school SlllLlCIllS, was .1 lag l111. Tho SLICCCSS of .1ll p1'o1l11ctio11s tlcpulnltml not only o11 actors hut also on the stage crcw. wl1icl1 workctl 1111ti1'111gly to c11111plctc scc11c1'y and P1'11LlllCC thu tlcsilrtl stage cllisgts, The 111.1kcf1111 aml costume com' 1111ttcus, too, co11tril111tctl their Sl1.lI'C. Dick Scl1.1l's1A pilotctl tht- society l'o1'111cd for aspiring actors and act1'usscs .mtl those 111tc1'cstctl 111 XK'1lI'lilIlQ l1cl1i11tl tl11' scc11cs. Uthci' oflicurs who co11tril1utc1l their time aml lc.1tlc1'.sl1ip .1l11lity i11cl111lc1l Alan l31'oLly, viccfprcsiLlc11t1 Cl.111tlcttc lDCVll1C. .suc1'ct.11'yL Uco1'gc11c Millcr. trc.1s11rc1'1 31.111 l71:1'lii11s. SCI'QC.ll1l at .11'111sg W1l111.1 Bullxin. clerk: Ucorgc X . - c1.lI'USU. c11stotl1.111 ol Qost11111cs: and J1'.111 VV.1tso11. c11sto1li.111 of 111.1140 1111. ' Miss l41'11'1l.1 Ru.-tl w111'lac1l l1.111l .111tl long to guido the grotlp 1l11'ougl1 the CVCl1IlJLll ycar. l11 1111- JllWSCI1CC of Miss 1 M.1i:i1' Vxfcil. who was i11 hiC1'I1l.IIU'. M1', John Young lwlpctl l tliruct 11111 crcw 111 its work. ' Sut friends to the last . . . , , m '1 ., -1' 'h Q. U' .' . f, I I' K I X - i i Q I Q if ' i' 'l is HN M Q 'X ' "W i Mi ,E Mildred Fewkes, Frank Poynter, Barbara Smith, Jack Teri-es. Margaret Mitchell, and Nancy Seeburger represent their teams in the Public Speaking Contest. Dick Harding, junior class president sits at their right. ,,,,, -.- - . -- -, .. - ,-. .. . I rr- n-HM fm.- .fi-1. .M mgmm 1 A fight to the finish Don Dement, Dick Tasca, champg and Britta Biel take part in the closing minutes of the Spelling contest. Through the year the purple and gold teams hattled for supremacy in their race for the coveted hanner which was finally awarded at the close of May Day exercises. Leading up to this moment. contests were held in every field of school activity. The long series hegan in the fall with the A.A. campaign, and the thrilling Songs and Cheers contest. captured hy the Golds. During the year Upidites competed in every type of event from cross country to typing, puhlications to rifle. The Colds were ahead well into the winter. Tag Day was one of the highlights of the year where the color wrestling matches and the girls' and hoys' haskethall games were held. Purples were joyous that night after capturing unforetold victories in hoth haskethall games. ln the spelling contest, Dick Tasca hecame Purple's hero as he hurdled many difficult words to hecome school spelling champ. Purple was again victorious in the exciting puhlic speaking contest held in junior Assemhly to nearly tie the score. Maiiiy weeks ihefore lviay Day. practice hegan on the neverftofhefforgotten gym drill. Sore hacks and stiff muscles only added to the spirit of competition. May Day was a fitting climax to the year. where the drill was executed with precision. Following an afternoon of games with the scores rising, the judges presented the long awaited hanner to the exuherant winning team. i.1r-12,-v .l-1. - . - l-. llhe Queen reigned supreme U I . Virginia Burkholder-May Queen id -login Urie. Lust yea1r's queen, Ginger Vincent, zieed the crown on Gini's heard just hefore she took 'r place on the throne. Girls of the Sophomore class inored the queen amd her court when they danced ound the traditional May Poleg the junior girls llowed with their novelty dalneeg the entire student :dy paid trihute to the royalty hy sngippily exeeuting e gymnastic drill. At ?ts close there were gi few tense ,inients while the judges decided the Winner, then e queen presented the lmnner to the winning team. embers of the May Queen's Court top to bottom, left to ght are Nancy Anderson, Phyllis Ball, Nancy Dillard, len Dixon, Barbara Hodges, Karolyn MacD'owell, argaret Mitchell, Yvonne Rodin, Barbara Smith, and joan rie. With her ladies in waiting . . . Cute, pctitc, and curlyfliczulcgl is Virginia Burlv linlnlcr wlin was cliciscn tw rcign civcr tlic annual lvlaiy Day cxcrciscs as 1934 quccn. Gini was clcctcll In tlic cnvctcd position lvy tlic scnior cl.1ss .ind tlic cxccutivc CUITl11llfICCS of tlic Sopliimiurc and ,Iuniur flaxsscs fur licr lmdcrsliip, cntliusiaistic work for licr scliunl, and licr cliznrm und fricmllincss tfiwalrd .ill Upinlitsi. Laulics of tlic court wsu' Nalncc Anglursnn. Pliyllis Bull, Nancy Dillglrml, Ellcn Dixon, Bgirlmrzl Hmlgcs, Kgirwlyn Mo Duwcll, Patsy Mitclilill, Yvminnc Rmlin, B.ll'lNlI'Ll Sinitli. ' ,W E. f ' F P "1!2 nY4nmZv4i12v1s , V y . y ,I ww .nv . G+ M, aw X. 2 'W " an 7 " 14- iw "' - ' .. X. 1.1 a+ ,, 'S A... va, -1- . "' . ,D .-swwx ' 3 l'1w111111.11 12117111 1.1 14 X1 111 1111 xx 11111111112 1.42 11111 Vxv.l11w11,1x 11111 11.111 111 W 1 1 Y 1 1111111111-M 11111111 111,111l 1111 11111 I 1 1z11'1 1 11 11111 1111111111 l5111'1111g 111s x'1,11 1'1. 131111111 IN 111111 VI 1:1111-1. 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Malatesta, This year because of a shortage in players, members of the orchestra joined with the band to give combined band and orchestra concerts. This group, under the direction of Mr, Robert A. Doane, appeared at many class assemblies as well as performing at their own spring music concert, Royal Serenade, presented with the Junior High musical organizations. Dorothea Twissilman served as concert mistress. A violin quartet from the organization including Dorothea Twissilman, Carol Wagner, Maria Malatesta, and Deborah Harkins entertained Upidites at the annual All- School Show. The tunes of such varied pieces as Serenade to a Lemonade, Battle Hymn of the Republic, and Overture to The Messiah are remembered by all members. Another thing familiar to the group was Mr. Doane's favorite phrase, "An orchestra is only as good as its weakest player." 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Third Row: Sanders, Caruso, Manco, D. Chris: One object in mind tophersen, Goosenberg, Kain, Olsen, Eaton, Harding, Legge, Baker, Renner, Yanni, Van Hee, Palmer, Klinman. Fourth Row: Wells, Devine, Macatsoris, Matthias, Thompson, R. Christophersen, Mc- Mahon, Caterson, Hoper, Surer, Nason, Rutter, Hicks, Rings- dorf, Griggs, Bowman, Dengler, DeLuca, Clark. District Chorus representatives, Bob District and State Band represents- Ont' lll- ilig pi-ill,-s til' tht- stinlyms til' llppci' l7.l1'lwy Christophersen and Alan Teubner. tive, Don Dement. ,. th, A ci, ,kill JMU, it I kulnw I Ui' ,W , s L ,. Pl ' . ' ', S ' limi '4 tlivisinns, thc WA" chnii' .intl tht- "IV choir. linth thcsc griitips wow sflcctctl linin in.iny imiiilwt-i-4 nl thc Qli1w1'.il iluh whim tristl -wut ltlil ytnir. Highlighting the A C.iiipt'll.i'.s ytwir wurt' cnnf cqrts lint' Ytuitltm. Niii'i'istiwwii. .intl Liiwui' lVlt'rinn high scliiinls, A lf.ipiicll.i "A" was .ilsn lwiini-ntl hy hcing invitctl tit sing .it thu tlt'tlit'.itiiiii nl' the Uiiinf munity "Yu litiiltling in lVl.n't'h. Aiicitliui' lwigf pro' Qixini tlnnc hy thu "Au chnii' was tht- .singing .it the npcniiig nl' tht- nuxx' litnltling til' tht- lfirst liutlt'i'.il l3.inl4, il pi'iigi'.iin whiqh XX'.ls tulcvisctl. This lWl'HQl'.lID fin.i1iictl tl trip tn N.-w Yiirlt lin' tht' .elim-. Thc I1lCI1llR'I'4 nf tht- A fl.iiipcll.i who wunt tn District Clwrus this ytnn' xvuim' lliih fll1I'lSlllIWllL'I'4L'll, prcsitlcnt nt' the cliiirtis. .intl Al.in Tt'tihnt'i', pivsif tlunt nl tht' "A" ulinii: llthcr nilicciw .irc Clnirc tlcKr.1ll't. Vins pi't'si'tlciit: N.int'y kll1.IlWI11.lI1. st't'1't't.1i'y: .intl Bill Vv'ilsnn, ll'C.l5llI't'l'. Saving thc hcst until l.ist. th.unl4s gn lu Dr. Clytlc Dciiglci' lin' .i wiiiitlwlitil ytxn' nl, t'lioi'.il work, :in .tcliicvcincnt this tn his inspiring .intl cntliLisi.istit' tliitctiiiii. Mastcrs, llie Dircctur mul flmgzcisitivrl ...,... ...... Al. Llze Stage Maimgcr .....,....,.............,.,.. Texsic, tlie Axxixtiivit Stage Mumiqur will fAurnrc, Serruilt in tllu Diiupliml l'r:ml4 tlllI1l1lIlglHl!Il .......Riwlwrt Huliiww Urctclwii licrgliiilii lvluric. Llze Costiuricr ,...,.,..,..,.............,........... ....,......, f fiirrwl lmcwvii Gawler, Llie Electriciim and fljivialmiqyl ........ ........ R rmulgl Sigismimii Alvlney fjacqucx D'Arcj 4..........,,.,...,.............. .,.,,....... l liclisiril 'lliscai Elling fldaxart and Futlier lNla.vxz'i'1cl ....... ....... S tliairt Ettiiigcr Mary' Grey ffoanl .,..,......,.,....,...,......... ,...,..... E lnini: flake' .lmly Vvlulls Dollner fPierre D'Arc mul La Hircl ....... ....,,,,. E iigciw Sniiiiiicr Cvrvlwell Hemi D'Arcj ..,....,.,.,..,... .... ......,.... D : wid Byzlr .Quirlge fAlam Cliartierj ....... Miss Reeves fSt. Catliermej ...... Mi'ss Sadler ISL Margaret! ......,......,.......,..,.. . Farwell Haan DeMct: and EXUl'1ifIiVllU7'j Waril f'Tl'1e Daupliinl ......,.,..,.....,.,,.. ...... fel-fson f'TvemiiiIle ami Cimclimi -- Bixlmp of B4-aiuiaixj ,..,.....,. Kipner fArCl1lvixl1up of Rlieimxl ,.,... Long fD1moixl ..,.....,...... , ....,..,..,.....,..,...... Sllepperd fSt. Mzuliael and Cuurcullcxj.. ....,..DUI12llkl Mllllfli Stuart Ettingcr ..,........Iczm Glaiiliicyil Marin Mznlutcstzl , .,... Vsfcmly Hiilmcs ...,.,Drm:1ld Spcnccr .....,Dz1vid Hicks .,,....Bri:m Surcr .......,.....PiuiI Griggs ..Norinx1i1 Holloway ....i.....Rulwrt Burns M. Maletesta, Gladney, G. Berguido, F. Cunningham, R. olloway J Wells, P Griggs, D HlCkS Holmes, C. Loewen, B. Burns, W. Holmes. i, ,WQQTX X.. My N 3' l eff' Y E? N 'gf' ab Q E xr- ' .1 f " 5 .fi 4.5 4 ... Q " -fn , . O 15 .jx fn, 'Q ,. QQ' px, -Q-1 'N' :N Wi 11 , M s an X Nl bs kg , . an f fi M -9-, 3 ff avg, . 444' ig X, ,gb 5 1. Qv 1 X 5 E gi N, wf X " ,V .A NF' up Q 45.1 g.,e., x M s , 5 i Nw N,..ur.,....W,,, 3 ,m My Www, A V Q. ' M QV r ' X 'Eff W fag ' mage gg' , , LAMMH nm Actors Alan Warren, Alan Brody, and Georgene Miller have make-up applied by Wilma Bulkin, June Persing, and Gretchen Berguido. E 32x '- 4 X Y gf' V A V F5756 A ma R ,,..'i'f:i'.:f"' V' Al: .esalci ly H 1 FA' I, ' iv N13 .,,.v v!'5""""' "" Q.. 1. " 52 T 1 Q 'f 56 ., '-a,. -:Q 'fx ' ,ff i sift The Senior Play - a real success . . . CAST Myrtle Maze Simmons ..... Veta Louise Simmons ....... Elwood P. Dowd ...... M1'.v.s johnson. ......,.......... M1's. Ethel Clmu1'e1let...... Rath Kelly, ............ Duane VV'i1son ..................... Lyman Sanderson, MD ............ Williciirt R. Chumley, M.D ......... ......Georgene Millcr Beverly Simmons ..........Phyllis Liuzzi Cynthia Dicken ..........Alan Brody ......Charlotte Rizzo ......Connie Liuzzi .........Barhara Mick .....Donald Dcment .Richard Christman ....Richard Schenkcl Mrs. Clzimzley ..............,...................... .Frances Arutfo fudge Omar Gaffney ...... ...... R ohert Christophcrscn Alan Wzlrreii E. Lofgrenm... ...... Francis Van Hee Once upon a time there was a six foot onefandfimnefhalffinch rahhit. All of us rememhcr him in thc senior play "Harvey" hy Mary Chase. On Novemher 13 and 14 wc all laughed at the antics of Elwood P. Dowd and his invisihle pal, the white rahhit, Harvey. To add to the humor, Veta Louise Simmons, Elwood's sister, and her daughter, Myrtle Mae, attempted to have Elwood committed to a sanitarium. Miss Ruth Kelly. the nurse. and Dr. Lyman Sander- son, hoth of the sanitarium, in addition to having to cope with the rahhit, had to appease the dignified Dr. Willizini Chumley and straighten out romantic difliculties. By the end of the evening the audience, along with the cast, were joytully seeing the unusual rahhit. The suecess of "Harvey" was thc result ol' careful planning and skillful directing hy Miss Frieda E. Reed and student director Georgcne Miller. Under thc direction of Miss Maizie G. Weil and Richard Schafer, stage manager, the stage crew constructed very realistic sets. The makefup committee, headed hy Wilmzt Bullcin, and the costume committee, headed hy Phyllis Ball, added to the quality of the production. We will always rememhcr the enjoyment that Harvey and his pals hrought to us in those few hours. Forty Wendy Holmes, Sylvia Harral, Mary Lou Trout, Miss Upidoll of 1954, Harriet White. Joanne Greenwood, Carol Loewen. The M.C.'s-Dick Maddock, Barbara Mick, Fred Gladeclc, Ellen Hoffman, Walt Benedict, and Georgene Miller. ,, . pm Talent from every C ass Trumpet Trio-George Barrett, Don Matthias, and Martin Baker and Craig Kauffman. ii Y Bob Lecher. giixltidates fgr Izlniss UpidollfH. White, Y. Rodin, I. Siegfried, J. l'i'ni'essm' Fretl Gliitleek. .issistetl hy Wqilt llenetliet ainel it fwpion' ' Inman' C' Fiore' l3.lI'lW.ll'.l Miek, gipplietl his seientifie kiiivwletlge tim :in intrieaite ,Qix X time miiehine ginel the result was .1 gal.: airriiy of gill sehuiml Ex talent. Von Snitzel, gili.is Ulatleek. tlemcinstrutetl his seienf tiiie m.n'vel tu interviewing repin'te1's lillen Hiilimiiii, Dielc Ai - l . Matltlciek, :intl Ueurgeiie Miller. Sqiihwrs, pilgrims, twirlers, mngieiains, eiiwlwys. skaters. minstrel nmmmies, :intl niainy ether p4n'tieip.nnts pei'ilii'iiietl their routines tw exemplify the theme 'kTliri1Ligli the Yeairsf' The CXU'QlV.!Q-lllZQl was presided ever hy Harriet Vxfhite. Miss Upitloll of 1954. H:irri:t's tlaineing :intl singing egipaihilities wiin for her the ewvetetl title of Miss Upielwll in the festive shiiw. Miss Upitliill m.utle her entrunee in the finale tlnwiugh the time m.iehine. The .ll11iLllll talent shew was egipzihly tlireetetl hy Miss llminzi Swmmerfieltl nf the seienee tlepnrtineiit. zissistetl hy Mr. Rohert A. Doane of the musie tlepgirtinent. Many erin' graitulaitiims were tim he extentletl to the erew, hezieletl hy Fred Niirris, who wtirkeel expertly hehintl the seenes. The scenery was priivitletl hy the nrt tlepgirtment untler the tlireetiwn of Miss lflizziheth Kingsley. 492574 Q OMEGA THETTA -Q? Q 00 ,uv 257 90 5,61 Xie. XIX X' 1505 A 4 . - :551fQf lf -X O0 gal fd? 90 1 i Ha W , Ii-Q - their brains We trust . . . Mind against eireumstanee ff that is what the I'IifQ team practiced this year. The four man team, competing in a round rohin tournament with twenty suhurhan schools, finished in fourth place with a final seore of eightyfthree points. Four hoys, Don Dement. Glenn Fisher, Alan Teuhner and Dick Schafer, hacked lead off man, Diek Christman, during the fast moving quiz programs. Boh Part' ridge aided the team as alternate, while Mr. Paul Coffey eapahly eoaehed. The hoys worked their way through some very formidable eompetition and were not far behind the leading teams. The eontest, sponsored hy the Scott Paper Com' pany, was hased on the reactions of student eon' testants to all kinds of suhjeet matter from the protagonist of a novel to eliemieal formulae and algehraie equations. Eaeh sehool team took part in three contests, Though the team did not place this yk-Alf! it hit lm HPCX of knwwlcklqc foward which Members of the Hi-Q team check a tape recording of their last program. ' Sealed: Schafer, Dement, Fisher, Christman. Standing: Teubner, Mr. Paul .ill U.D. students might proiitahly aim. Coffey, advisor? partridge. Upper Darby Hi-Q members, Richard Schafer, Don Dement, Glenn Fisher, and Dick Christ- man ponder a difficult script. Tl11'rty-fi:'c Leaders -- always on the job . . . First Rauf: P. Stefano, M. Moo, Y. Rodin, E. I-Ioffinan, B. Smith, Tuckwood, S. Nlasterman, C. Wike. Third Row: M. Rodin, I.. G. Miller, W. Bulkin, M. Holden, J. Mackenzie, M. Remley, Mr. Hoshabjian, C. Rizzo, S. Gorman, G. West, R. Christophersen, Ralph Andersen, advisor. Second Row: C. Devine, J. Urie, P. R. Partridge, G. Hurlbcrt, J. A. Newton, J. Mofiit. Liuzzi, C. Dicken, C. Daly, C. Liuzzi, C. deliraift, B. Hodges, E. Se11111.11's11i11. 1e.1t1e1's11111. serviee. .111t1 C11.ll'.lClC1' - these .11'e the t1t1.111tie.1t11111s 1117 .1 1-e.1t1e1'. 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The LCllL1Cl'S. 11111111 I't'IllI'IlillQ h11111e. .xgreed th.1t the trip w.1s highly 111't11it.1111e .111t1 th.1t they QllillCk1 Il ktuuwledge of 1e.1t1e1's':11i11 1111 .1 11.1t11111.11 h.1sis. Bob Christophersen, Barbara Smith, Mr. Ralph Andersen, and Nancy Seeburger go over records. Tl11.ffj"f01lI' Represented us all . . . EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, Sealed: Mr. Ralph Andersen, L. U.D. students enjoy an after basketball game dance sponsored by Hoshabjian, M. Mitchell, C. Meyer, R. Hughes, F. Aruffo R. the Council. Schenkel, Miss E. Lucile Noble, Urie, Destefano, Mrs. Edna Danehower, D. Matsinger, R. Partridge. Slanding: J. Terres, G. Fisher. For tlie first time in fifteen years, tlie Student Cnuneil lmx was liost to forty guest seliuols of tlie Pliilzidelpliiqi Sulif X V-1, urban Student Cnuneil Assueizitinn for tlie Feliruglry meeting. ,A Ag. -wb: The li1terfSelinnl Relzitinns Committee worked lizird fnrmuf S . -.1 .Z4 "' Z' 'tg' ' P . . . . 'oss-' ' egg ,, .-e-- ,,-s --- -Y 11,3 lzitinw tlie ilams, and eouneilmen eairried tliem out with tlie - J- -' 1 X 5 . l . . . ,. fi' ' y. x.. .X .-s- - '- -- xl it - - . result nt ai must delightful :ind unique meetiing, The piirpnse fi: si N Q' if '7 HF fiifrf nl tliese meetings. lield tliree times zinnuzilly. is to g.iin .ind -5 -"1 W"T C. i sliaire ideals for tlie betterment ot Student Cuuneils. Four I jp -swf? in R tnipies of- tliis ngiture were discussed by tlie representzitives X R ' ut tlie tnrtyfnne selinuls, Wliile students were .it tlieir Yi ' A meetinvs, tzieult' advisors met tu diseuss tlieir m.1nv P' 1 problems, Representatives to the Phila. Suburban Student Council Associa- Bill Knodt, Upper .D3l:bY l'fPl'0S211f2fiV9, Sh0WS Sllldems from tion register for their meeting in February. f0ffY Schools to their d'5CU55'0n Umm' T11 1'rfy-Ili rec The school government First Row: Mitchell, Ball, Dixon, Hoshabjian, Hughes, Urie, Aruffo, Meyer, Terres, Block, Robbins, Hankins, George, Mackenzie, Howell. Second Row: Deichler, Noel, Glarner, Huber, Fiore, Belefonte, Levitt, Anderson, Coyle, Matsinger, Devine, Smith, Coffey, Cullen, deKrafl't, Lux, Ralston, Mrs. Edna Danehower, Mr. Ralph Andersen. Student Council could he called the crossfsection of the school. Memhers of each class, from every homeroom, are elected to serve their fellow students as a voice in school government. Council had an unusual year with the intro- duction of several new ideas, the major one ,being the all' school election of the president. Music was provided for listening pleasure during lunch, and a dance was staged after the annual Tag Day games. In thc regular line of duty, councilmen worked hard providing refreshments at the foot' hall games. sponsoring aftcrfhaskethall game dances, and selling sweatshirts and decals. They collected a record- Third Row: Jochen, Kodikian, Richardson, Toll, McLaughlin, Spencer, Hopper, Jefopoulos, Shick, Drake, Lecher, Wilson, Partridge, Teubner, Schenkel. Fourth Row: Knodt, Gladeck, Caterson, Kaplan, Legge. hreaking ton of clothes for the Clothes For Korea drive. A good-will and welcoming committee was formed to send cards to the sick and help new students adjust to school life. For the first time, a special student group went before the faculty to explain the aim and work of the Student Council and to promote hetter studentffaculty relationships. The Council chose Vice-President, Boh Hughesq See' retary. joan Urieg Treasurer, Frances Aruffog and Sergeantf atfArms. jack Terrcs to serve with President, Carl Meyer. The helpful advisors were Mrs. Edna Danehower, Miss E Lucilc Nohle, and Mr. Ralph Andersen. i T11 i rl y- two Jo Ann Newton, president and Miss Lucretia Kerr plan typing R. Centola, secretary, J. A. Newton, president, Miss Kerr, and schedule. P. Litle, manager, type Acorn copy. A great deal of the success of U. Dfs three puhlications can he credited to the hardfworking, nimhleflingered girls of the Puhlieations Typing Staff. This group is prohahly one of the most active and least puhlicized groups in the school. On Monday and Tuesday nights, Acorn press nights. a few girls could he seen traveling from the typing room in the new wing up to the Acorn oflicc on the second floor of the main building, and returning after securing copy to he typed. The staff was composed of twenty girlsg ten met on lvlonday after school and ten on Tuesday. Two shifts of typists were used each night. The five girls on the early shift worked until 4:15 when the second shift came on and stayed sometimes until 7 oieloclc in order to type all the copy. Miss Lucretia Kerr, supervisor, was ahly assisted hy ,lo Ann Newton, president: Rosamund Centola, secretaryg and Pat Litle, manager. The oiiicers remained lvoth nights to distribute the work that was to he done. The Typing Staff also accepted copy from thc OAK and Upi'Dal1. ,...,Mf W N st-"MW" 5 i gs I First Row: R. Centola, secretary, P. Litle, managerg J. A. Newton, N. Quigg, Joan Williams, C. Kuehnle, N. Dillard, Miss Kerr. president. Second Row: Jane Williams, M. Stockwell, A. Killian, Third Row: C. Law, j. Moflit, B. Hamilton, C. Barnett, C. Rizzo, C. Simpson, J. Palmer, S. Gorman, A. Syphard, J. Trumbower, C. Daly, N. Plumridge. Thirty-one Art staffs produced results . . . Bud Keane, Acorn art editor, Carol Whiteley, Upi-Dah art editor, All cartoons in the 28 issues of the school newspaper, The Acorn, and Peg Ewing, Oak art editor discuss plans with Miss Kingsley, were produced by W. Keane, art editor and W. Benedict. art advisor. The sight of ink nn his hqincls, thc smell of turpcntinc and oil paint in thc fiir. thc hiwiring ul' thc ciiinmqintl. "Get it in on timclu, :ind the feeling of pride for work puhlishctl thcsc airc thc rcgictioiis thzit stimulate thc scnscs of a mcmhcr of thc 3, Puhlicaitions Art Stalls. W3-' ,fm ,gc -" All illustrations for the Upiflliilz Wcrc sclcctccl nn ll compctitivc basis. Mcmlwcrs Q 1 U 3-9,7 of the O.-xii Art Stull rcccivctl assignments for their topics. The Cartoons in the Acorn ,Lx f" -JK, 7 wcrc tlnnc hy Wgilt Bcncdict and Art Editor Bud K-:unc exclusively. Peggy Ewing QRMM G liczirlccl thc Q1-KK Art Stuff :incl Carol Vifhitclcy, U1wifDfil1. - , ' '. All girt work puhlishccl was pzissul hy Miss Kingsley, :itlvisor to :ill stuffs. Final 'V' A' rf-is judgment nf thc .irtist's work ciimc only ziftcr thc publications were circulated and thc sclinnl viiicctl its upinioii. UPI-DAH ART STAFF: First Row: M. Ewing, C. Whiteley, OAK ART STAFF: Phillip Fissel, Peg Ewing, editor, and Mimi Editorg P. Pennypacker, C. Manfred, B. D'Amato. Second Row: Johnson. M. Johnson, W. Benedict, C. Michael, J. Hornberger, P. DeFeo, W. Keane, M. McBride, M. Cataldo. yifllffl' The Business Staff planned efficiently . . . Seated: Sally Fenner, Barbara Cahoone, Jean Watson, Ann Swab. Mr. Clayton K. Shenk, advisor, and Pat Mitchell, business manager. Standing: Patsy Mitchell, Merle Holden, Pat Yerger, Barbara Joly, Molly jones. 8 Friun early in the morning until late in the .ittciwwii the mcinlwrs ul' the Business Staff could he fnuntl lausily attending to their numerous julis. Each week they tiinla charge nf the tlistrilautiwn of the Acorn and other pulilicatiwn tlctails. ln atltlitiun In tliusc weekly duties. the stahl' mcmlacrs supcrvisctl the handling uf all scniiir pictiiivs " anti thc tlist1'ilaLitiiun uf the Ujaifllrilz antl QWXK. Under the direction of Clayton K. Shank. the faculty atlvisiwr. the twciityfsix I' girls tlitl a nntahlc -iiilw in making the pulalicatinns department run smoothly. ivlucli li nt' thc success of the three puhlicatiiins was dur tw the lausincss manager, Pat Iviitclicll. -, P'-' M -s antl licr managing start. The staff inclutlctl Merle Holden. advertising manager: Ellen coco is .' Hiili'rnan. circulation manager: Luis Afxtlam. Oni manager: and Claudette Devine. J Vivvu Q 4 I assistant advertising manager. One wt the must familiar phrases that cwultl lac licartl 900 "sf coming from Ronin 4 was, "Wu have to get more snlascriptiuns or ptililicatiims will all-1 B4 D stop!" Although the Business Staff hatl limitctl funds, careful management prntliisctl eg tlircc successful puhlications for U.D. Seated: Claudette Devine, Merle Holden, Pat Mitchell, Lois Adam, D. Adams, B. Joly, J. McMackin, C. Wike, J. Berger, A. Swab, J. Ellen Hoffman. Standing: M. Dimmler, B. Romig, P. Yerger, B. Brown, Thompson. Cahoone, J. Watson, E. Brockerman, S. Fenner, E. Cake, M. Jones, Twenty-nine Miss Edith Gaukrodger, advisor, and Harriet Jekofsky, editor, Miss Gaukrodger and Harriet discuss the plans for a future hold a meeting with the staff. Upi-Dall. The -l.mu.i1'y edition ut' the l'pi'lDiii1, Upper D.ii'hy's semifanmiul iimgiizine. illustrated the mudernistie theme uf television. This literary iimgxiziiie, which was initiated in 1916, is the iildest U.D,H.S. puhliexitiim. The Uhifllilz gives students Ll eh.mee to express their talents .is they depiet high sehuiml life through iurigiiml stories. essays, poems, .mtl .nrt work. Ivlamy of the mamuseripts ure eivntrihuted hy students who are not memhers uf the literary staiif. In eaieh issue. four seniors who have heen imutstiindiug in their work, .ire huiwred in the Fidelis seetiun. The UpifDiil1 is under the f.ieulty supervision of Miss Edith Gaiukrudger .mtl nrt supervision of Miss Elizaheth Kingsley. Every lvicmdgiy night the literary stzitl, direeted hy Harriet xlekufsky. editor, and xlgiequeline Perez. aissistgmt editor, met tim read, diseuss. criticize. .md select mamuseripts to he used for puhlieziticm. The eimtrif hutiuns of the .l1't editor. Cimil Vkfhiteley. .ind those of her stzitf added greatly to the sueeess of this ye.ir's Il1.lgi1Zll1CS. First Row: Peggy Remley, Jackie Perez, Rose Samuelian, Deborah Jarrett, Evelyn Suddard, Dorann Burstein. Third Row: Charlgtte Harkins, Harriet jekofsky. Second Row: Diane Larkin, Marlene Rizzo, Alan Warren, Renee Ladas, Lynn Tanenbaum, Myra Glass. 'l':i'i'11 fy-vilfflzl Mr. Noel, advisor, and Ellen Dixon, editor, plan the 1954 OAK. The members of the OAK photographic staff-John Leatherman, Mr. Carl Hamsher, advisory and Ben Harriman. "Get that copy in on time!" "Did you count your words?" "Check the spelling." These words are familiar to all OAK staff members as are the duties of identifying unknown fellow students, recording classmates' many, many activities, and stretching those fifty words to the one hundred and fifty required. The staff of nineteen senior memhers saw a few ideas and some diagrams, with the addition of copy, running heads, pictures, and drawings, become a true record of 195354 life at Upper Darhy. The staff was under the supervision of Mr. Paul K. Noel, advisor, and Ellen Dixon, editor, during the many hours of work from September until june. Wilma Bulkin, assistant editor, aided her editor in every way. Betty Hugo handled copy details efficiently and meticulously. Mr. Carl M. Hamsher, photographic advisor, and his student assistants, Ben Harriman and john Leatherman, carried out the mammoth joh of photography. In accordance with the O.-UCS theme of united effort, the literary staff worked closely with the art staff, under the direction of Miss Elizabeth Kingsley and its editor, Peg Ewing, to produce the desired results in the 1954 OAK. Members of the Oak Staff-Seated: Peg Ewing, Art Editorg Betty Liuzzi, S. Gorman, J. Hoyer, M. L. Natale, B. Stott, P. Liuzzi, Hllg0, Copy Editorg Ellen Dixon, Editor-in-Chiefg Wilma Bulkin, M. Johnson, F. Arulfo, B. Hodges. Assistant Editorg Carol Michael. Standing: J. Urie, B. Laury, C. Twenty-.seven Acorn brought us the news . . . 'Q' N First Row: Lucille Hoshabjian, Pat Mitchell, Merle Holden, Nancy Editor Bob Partridge and Advisor Mrs. Anne M. Slick. Anderson, Barbara Smith, Connie Case, Jo Ann Newton. Second Row: Bob Partridge, Bill Schaal, Tom Rutter, Bud Keane. "Copyl" This plaintive yet forceful cry permeated the Acorn oflicc every Ivlonday and Tuesday night at five o'clock when last minute stories were due to meet the tj typists' deadlines. Sometime later, between eight and twelve o'clock, thc last editor xx ff I f H straggled out of Room 211. This was not done. however. without a douhlelwarreled 'K assault on stories to he rewritten, dummy sheets to he laid out, headlines to he filled, and other necessities of a topfnotch high school puhlication. Capahly advised lay Mrs. Anne M. Slick, The Acorn was puhlishcd in twenty- !! ,XX L1 .zlflffvrn . . . . .. ess ll 1 ff'--... eight issues hy and tor the students of Upper Darhy High School. ln addition to the E52 ,f,.,,M'-,,,,:,g , s.,4TI",' . ' . . 1: "7 1 apparent enthusiasm on the part of students and teachers. evidenced every Friday ,ff ,f X . , , rr f ' ' when the tour or sixfpage newspaper came out, contest judges rated The Acorn 5' ff ff . ,X among the top puhlications in the nation, ln the Columbia Press Association judging, If ky:"5'7Xi7! fl ,vi The Acorn rated a first place in the countfY'wide competition. The Acorn also ranked V, -CQ first in the PSPA iudging, where it garnered 988 points of a possihle 1000. The Acorn X ,V ' . . . I .v . t X, X y scored another success when it, with other UD puhlications. sponsored the PSPA V Southeastern Regional Press Conference at Upper Darhy on May 6th. 1974. As a N3 UD activity. The Acorn stands high in the hearts of all Upidites. First Row: E. De Luca, Mackenzie, N. Anderson, B. Smith, C. hurg. Third Row: D. Munro, B. Griffith, P. Lyle, B. Schaal, F. Henne, Case, F. Poynter, C. Huber. Second Row: J. Breidling, M. Damiri, B. B. Surer, D. Bevilacqua, M. Berman, J. Carlin, S. Ettinger, A. Stalker, Simmons, B. Partridge, P. Terrell, J. Donovan, C. Wagner, C. Fiori, C. Kerr, E. Duguid. M. Trout, S. Deichler, L. Schilpp, C. Helfrich, N. Dillard, P. Hinne- Titwz f,1".T1'.l' 'SY K 'hw www '-1 V-, Y' -. ,:. : H A Q X , v 5 MQW iv V. S5 sv V k ywww aww! . :fz P :,. 9 quam 1. Nw all N bxft' . lvl tim A ,Pix Q gg '1 -HJ , V, -JJ A A " N -V N, iii.. f. X 4-' Mit, -' ff 31 ' Qpixgg 'ff ,N .ffgia-4' ggii f -. X-A Q' Tia g ', 13 ' Al Y in V.. " " .Y , L54 5. ft . .l - l.. 1, R M f W' - 1 1 if , . -A f, I W I Hg.. ,X .hx N-.AA V K ' x 'V K. fk, -, Him i x . Rx U : I :ZX W 1 -f. . 'I K., "" 'i1' ' 651, X f f' 'sr f I ' 47, "'?!Sf ' M ' 'P . ,-.,. U r jb- My wmv W ,gn , W, z V -x Q . f f ,IJ N ' r 'Ink Behind the scenes . . MR. CHARLES BUTTERWORTH 3, lll 'N lsr' l . 1 i g. l X lv I i , . l . -.T ,,.,.,..1 im The cafeteria and maintenance staffs played an important part in our school life. The maintenance crew kept our school clean and in good repair. Mr. Charles W. Butterworth, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds, and Mr. David Lewis, head custodian, supervised their staif which went into full operation after most of us had gone home. The job of the main' tenance crew is not limited to the school huilding itself hut includes keeping our campus neat and lovely. The cafeteria staff, under the direction of Mrs. Catherine B. Nichols, not only prepared our meals daily hut also provided excellent menus for special dinners and lianqucts. Wlieii lunch time came each day the lines may have liecn long, liut the wait was wcll worthwhile. The cornhined efforts of these two eflicient stalfs helped fulfill the high standards for which U.D. is known and which we all appreciated. First Row: Mrs. Adelaide Simpson, Mrs. Jeanette Weis, Mrs. Grace Evans, Mrs. Nancy Atz, Mrs. Manta Lake. Second Row: Mrs. Florence Lloyd, Mrs. Edna Murphy, Mrs. Madeline Bateman MR. CHARLES CORNELL MR. DAVID LEWIS Each did his part . . . Seated: Miss Dolores Reed, Mrs. Margaret Boyd, Mrs. Thelma Malin. Standing: Mrs. Elinor Brockway, Mrs. Dorothy Skillen. Students were not the only ones who worked hard at their desks all day. Our efficient secretarial staff came earlier and stayed later than most students. X The secretaries took dictation, answered telephones, made appointments, 1 lx Mrs. Margaret Boyd, who is in charge of the main office, was well known to ff many students. Her friendly, sincere manner made her a favorite with the j HifY girls who assisted her in the oihce. Miss Reed, secretary to Mr. Holmes, organized printed matter for teachers, and did many other essential johs. aided seniors hy sending out transcripts for college admission'-Aan almost n ur I , unending job. Mr.: Brockwiy 'ind Mrs. Skillen greeted all who entere Dr. ' -H 'mcirrows oilin. Mr.: Thelma Malin work 'd in th' attendance o 11. isther working 'lt ' mimeoffripliing I1'l'lCllI1C, t win, '1 ettcr fi 'i '1 ' re wort card, sorting mii, or ta ing '1 te ep ione message, tie secretariei were 'ln e:s'nti'i 'nrt A tix :mooti functioning of tie sc oo. Miss Reed Mr. Holiness secretary, worked long hours preparing Mrs. Boyd, in charge of the main office, worked efficiently with senior records for the many colleges. a smile and a cheery hello' for all. Nh. Mr. Seidel instructs a class in Business Arithmetic. Mr. Wright gives personal help to students of a Sophomore English class. llppui' l7.n'hy sclinnl Qitlniinistrgttivc lC.ltlC1'S qnnpui-.irctl .iguin this your with thu Sclinnls tif litltinitinii nf' fnur lnc.il mllcgcs, Drexel Institute, Temple University. Villa' nnv.i University, .intl thc University nf Punnsylv.ini4i sent stutlcnt tcichcrs tn gain cxpcricnqc in nur qhisscs. These young men Qintl wntncn nhscrvctl :intl taught, nftcn hiking nvcr chnssus fniiiplutcly in thc aihsciicc nf thc rcgulanr instructor. ln zitltlitinn tn clussruuiii tlutics, tht- txitlct ttxiclicrs fillutl other iinpurtgint positions, They mginnctl stutly h.ilIs .intl wurkctl in the .ittcntl.1ncc office. lihixiry .intl ini:lrin.i1'y. Wvliilc helping with our iiistrtictiwii they ton were lc.l1'ning. lt is htipftl that in years tn Quint' they will hunk luck nn their scincstcr spent ht-rf with only plcgisaint mcinnrics. Certainly cvwyiiiic uf us wishes thcin success in thc fiiturc. First Row: R. Herman, B. Sachse, E. Watts, L. Rosenbaum, J. first Row: E. Choate, N. Kurz, S. Gurst. Second ROW: P. Carlucci, McNicholas. Second Row: F. Wright, S. Grossmann, R. Ranieri, X. Dalcher, A. Frascino, E. Botwinick. R. Daikeler. Elected citizens Worked hard and long . . . , I s I ,,..-vw' , I M liz . V Mr. Haines, Mr. Harkness, Mr. Parry, Mr. Frazier, Mr. Tyson, Mr. Bond, Mr. Snyder, Mr. Hoehle-r, Mr. I-Ioffman. Mrs. Seeburger, Mr. Hicks, Mr. Scheidel, Mrs. Wert. Mr. Hail:-. llppci' D.l1'lN5' T11w11sl1i11 is k1111w11 lnll' l1cy1111tl 11s l11111lc1's l'111' thu high t'.1lil11'1' 111 1ts s.l11111l systc1n. MLltll111l 1111-.'1'utl11 llll' this ls tluc1l1r111c111l1c1's11i 11111'Syl11111l l311.11'1l. Tlwsc citizcns scrvc with11ut 11.1y .intl 11lAtc11 witl111ut ll1.ll1li4 t11 111'11v1tlr nuw huiltlinqs 1 11111tlc1'11 l.1c1'litics .lllkl su11c1'i111' lC1lCl1Cl'9 l111' lllll' lllllllillkli 111 sul11111l ul1iltl11'11. Thr B11.11'tl l1.1s 1l1111c l'A.ll' 11111111 tl1.111 kcup 11111' systt-111 .1l11'c.1st 1114 1l1u 11111tlrr11 ll'L'llLl4 in rx ctl11c.1t11111. -b Thrcc naw INQI11lWCl'4 'i11i11cd thu Bimrtl this yC1lI'. Dr. H.lIAl.lI1 li. H.1i11cs. M1', H. . , V Kimhlc Hicks. .lllkl D11 U. W1'igl1t H11tf111.111, Thu tlc.1tl1 111' M1'. H111'.1f1' lliCl'I11.lIl. wl111 l1.1tl 'gmt A' c11nt1'il1utctl s11 inugh t11 tht- w111'lx of tht- lxlhll-Ll. w.1s .1 Qkxrlllllx lllNQ t11 thu wl111lc fan Q11111111 unity. lx Nl A ncw hlllllhll' High Scl11111l. .111 i11tlustr1.1l 411'ts wing 1-111 Ulll' ssl11111l, .111tl thc XX1'7L'rllW1'1111li P1ll'li ElCIllCIlf1ll'y Silllhll Cl111SllILllL' lllf B11.l1'tlA4 lwililkling I1l,111s ful' ilk' Ihlll' tiiiturc. MINUTE IN MEMORY OF HORACE BERMAN Adopted by the Upper Darby School Board The passing 11f H11r.1cc PlCI'I1I.lII 1111 Dccc111l1cr 5. VHS, w.1s :1 stunning l1l11w t11 us who know l1i111 .irnuntl 11ur l311.11'tl t.1l1lc. His QClIl.ll XX1'IlI'Il1fl1 :mtl fric11tlli11css. l1is y11utl1ful CHlllLl4lilSll1. his scnsc nl' lWlllI1gt 1nd PI'llIW11l'tll1I1 c11tlc111'ctl him 111 .ill 11f us. Hu l1JlLl thc .ilwility ungc tn tht' wrt' 11f il situ11ti1111, sift 11ut thc l1.1rtl lusts, JlI1Ll tlc.1l with thcsc facts ill ll clc.1r. l11gic.1l. llllllfgt I11Lll1I1C1'. 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IEA.: M.ll'Q.lI'uXi N Ycrkcs, HA.: ljilitlm Uiukrmlgci' BA., M.A.: F1'.mcc+ bl. Qhmlvlc BA., MS.: Fr.mccQ F. Vsfcimcr HA., M.A.: F1'icLl.l lf. Rccil. HA M.A. Stmulmg: Cul lf. Hull strum, HA.: Cul M. l'l.1m4l1cr UA., MIX.: P.1ul lx. Nlwl. HA. M.A.: Rzllplm li. McCunnull. IFA.. M.A.g WiIli.111m L. Kcllcr. RA. M.A.1 slulm D. Ywung. ll S.. M.A , u olnted the wa 5 ' lnhri 0, " NK l p, H Q r S DQ ' QOOLSQQY 1 i QU - 5 . 4 'U ....... .4..--Q Superintendent of Schools, Mr. John H. Tyson JOHN H. TYSON Mr. john H. Tyson, Superintendent of Schools, has been untiring in his work for our educational system and our community. For thirtyffive years he has served, first as principal of the High School and then as superintendent of the township school system. In his job as superintendent he has been working to keep pace with the ever increasing population in Upper Darby, providing modern school facilities and interested and competent personnel. He has spearheaded the work on restudying the school curriculum as well as that done by the school and community on the problem of juvenile delinquency. Mr. Tyson has not confined his interests to the academic world exclusively. He is a member and past president of the Rotary Club, a member of the Board of Public Health Nursing Service and of the Delaware County Child Care Association. He is a past president of the Delaware County Schoolmen's Association, a member of the Board of Control of the PIAA and an honorary member of the Headmaster's Association. Mr. Tyson finds his membership on the Township and County Board of Civil Defense one of his mos-t gratifying services. He has cooperated generously with the members of the Community Y Board in getting their new building opened and really functioning. He is a member of the Adult School Board. Mr. Tyson's task is a difficult one but his enthusiasm, energy and ability have met and will continue to meet the ever increasing problems. The administrative leaders . .ff 55-. Ks l Eiziffi - rl -, 'N fat. Vt- i al q' ' 735 1 E 1 C Our Principal, Dr. James E. Nancai-row DR. JAMES E. NANCARROW Hard, hard work is what Dr. James E. Nancarrow has offered to the Upper Darby High School in his eleven years here. Dr. Nancarrow, our principal, is a graduate of Bucknell University, Columbia University, and the University of Pittsburgh, where he received his D.Ed. degree. In the past years he has offered his services tirelessly throughout the community. He is a member and past president of the Rotary Club, a member of the Board of Directors of the Upper Darby Forum, a member of the Board of Directors of the Community Y, a member of the Board of Directors of the Delaware County 'Tubercu' losis Society, and a member of the Advisory Committee for Child Care Service of Delaware County. Positions he has held on the state and national level are president of the Pennsylvania Branch of the National Association of Secondary School Principals, president of the Principals' Department of the Pennsylvania State Educational Associa' tion, membership on the College Entrance Examination Board representing the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, and membership in the Head Masters Association. On the lighter side, Dr. Nancarrow is proud to belong to the Texas and Block House Hunting and Fishing Club at English Center, Pennsylvania. At present he is busy planning for the admission of the two hundred ninth graders coming to the high school next year and the erection of a new industrial arts Wing. Fourfeen V 0 orked Wlth us S 3 W' I I I ,,d.',,,,........---r0"'W-" 4 S N .. wif -isis- 'Q X 'M ,.gndl'9" Q,- wx y Q Q, v ., ,N 414 1 if Rf Q5 5 if N Q w 5 E S Sa ? in , 5 , Q. 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OUR CLASS . . 6 . 8 10 ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY 12 ACTIVITIES . Publications Student Government , Hi-Q... All-School Show Class Plays . Music. . . Purple and Gold Contests Clubs ......,.,.,. . . 24 26 32 35 36 40 44 52 54 The theme .of the 1954 OAK is the hope of millions today, ONE WORLD UNITED. The great barrier to this ideal is the hatred between peoples arising from lack of knowledge and understanding. It is our belief that through working and studying together as a class, and as a school, we gain the knowledge which will enable us to work together as nations and so fulfill our responsibilities in building a world of peace. We oifer this book hoping that the One World which we so desire may become a reality. ELLEN C. DIXON Editor-in-Chief WILMA BULKIN Assistant Editor BETTY L. HUGO Copy Editor MARGARET EWING Art Editor 51895 Pi? ii!! Y HIC w -,A.p.u.u.n. - .umm .Nu ,.. Y if' , Qpfgglln-,irlglzgglta 51,-5. ,Fit 'avg ,g.,g?,f.- ' X x 4-gif


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