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

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Under the big top the crowd looks on with amazement as the trapeze artists soar through the air in daring maneuvers. They laugh at the clowns frolicking about. They thrill as the lion trainer puts the big cats through their paces. But the most important part of the circus is what the crowd doesn't see. They very often don't realize all the hard work behind each performer's act. They forget about the many things that must be done before a show can open: unloading the trains, setting up the big top, and preparing the many acts before the final show. So it is in school. We go from day to day, class to class, little realizing all the work that must be done to make each day new and interesting. We want to see our teams win and we cheer them on, but do we think about all the prac- tice and time that goes into making a team good? We go to dances and plays to have a good time, but what about the months of preparation and hard work that make the successes? . ln this year's Oak we have tried to bring out this simi- larity between school and circus. We have tried to show that there must be hard workin back of everything in order to make it worthwhile. but that there is fun in work. ., I e 'ofts '..s:L,'-'s's ' U . Q Q..-,.'n'.., . I '10 ' ,q. ,.o' 215' ' 0 0 ::', o,,u Oo'- '. o"'o n'0 1' "vol, 0.0 o ,.,o,e,,... Q "-n "'oo v ' 0 p Og 'a 900 , 'Q' C o fo',A U lo T l .T il .,. Ml 1 v . . ,Quo : .Qs U' I Fe r I I' rl I 361. ,J Sn, s1'v'L' 0, 'Y ' ', v,.gv',, f X 'Mg N XM . .y up I A457116 h.gf5f.': ..,. Ni 11, Wm-H ag '. . PQ .11 .. V 2 ffy M 1 '1N 1 772 iff' 'Lex ' 1 1 -1: :fff M W i t 01K llq "" ' ' as I ' ',:.:,',' 211 1 f ,Y ' 1 , 11,51 1. .3 'f lip' N !! 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A page Half Title page 56 page Foreword page 5 8 page Table of Contents page 70 page The Courses We Take page 74 page The Fun We Have page 76 page The Clothes We Wear page 78 page The Things We Do page 80 page Superintendent page 84 page Principal page 86 page Faculty page 88 page The Acorn page 90 page THE OAK page 91 page Upi-Dah page Art Staffs page 92 page Typing Staff page 94 page Business Staff page 96 page Student Government Page 98 page Leaders' Group Page 102 page Scott's I-Ii-Q page 104 page All School Show page 105 page A Cappella page Special Music page 106 page Band and Orchestra page l08 page Choral Club page 150 page May Queen page May Day Page 151 page Senior Play page l 5 7 page Junior Play page 163 is MX A' 1 N 1 I1 77' ir , - , g.".'-TV' ' Q- . 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Mr. Jackson, and Mr. C, Thompson entering marks on report cards: the Purple and Gold Speaking Contest with Eleanor Duguid at the mike: relaxing on the athletic field at lunch time: flags massed in the front hall in the Freedom Foundation exhibit: evidence that this was one of the Worst winters: Nlr. Brooke and Mr. H. Thompson choose their lunch. am, 1 o V31 '- x I E31 gs M ,flirt f n 4 fluff" ' 'iiHK.'iX -r uf- gn g- we 'fr' 1, . 539-5l"l'l'c""1 i ,, . 111 f 'N": " ' 2 Wifi! ' ""t.1-MM .ff ,M fl ' ,W ww ,.,fff" 'W 7 X , Muffy, Nl A ' Si il r eiien in th' phvsics lahorttorv' Miss XVilliams giving irtstruc' rl hust of l.incoln, tt gift to the school hi' t r. ntoine . vc 'e 1 1 ' t I, . I. ' " ' ' " ' ' Alt" 5 ' -l' the Qirls: our new Industrial Arts "Back to School Night with the pnrents looking .ill too happy, tion in hot ty to some t K enjoying the results ol their own cooking' A Science Department huilding: Andy Pircari entertains in assemhly: .mother hard dm luncheon for some members of the Mothers' Discussion Group over. students leave the school. -1 . G l if Taking notes in Mr. Vv'ood's sociology class, one of U,D.'s most Doing some delicate measuring in physics lab, popula r courses. Mr. Stevens' second period chemistry class performing an experiment. Preparation for college is offered in two courses: the Academic and the Scientific. The Academic Course prepares for law, the min- istry, teaching, social service, library work, etc.: the Scientific Course prepares for medi- cine, engineering, nursing, laboratory tech- nique, dietetics, architecture, dentistry, etc. These are the only curricula that prepare directly for college. Pupils with high scholas- tic ability and a genuine interest in books are advised to select one of the two College Preparatory Curricula. James Swab demonstrates a theorem in geometry. Mr. Noel's second period English hard at work. .i , ' 5 f may v l 'L ' 1 , - s. 1 Stanko, Hofman. Keatin . Gosser. and Del.uca. busy in A re resentative of Revlon talks to the Distributive liducation . . g p l1lectr1cal Shop. class. The Arts and Crafts Curriculum is not a college preparatory course. It is designed for the student who is developing an interest in a particular vocation. The fields of concenf tration offered are Agriculture, Art, Home Economics, lVletal and Vkfood Skills, and Music. The Business Preparation Curriculum pre- pares tbe student for a position in the business world. ln the eleventh and twelfth grades the course becomes specialized and has four divisions: Accounting, General Business, Salesmanship, and Stenographic. Seniors in the Business course may elect Distributive Education. William Brown. XVayne Conrad, Dick Rogers. and Ken Macey at the State Fair, Typing class concentrating on a speed test, Carol Salerno and Joan Rogers get out the morning sheet. 9 P d ts from Christmas decorations go up: fun at the Soph OXTIOIQ Drawing for magazine contest: foreign stu en ' ' ' ' 'd l thin of interest in assembly. the area visit the campus: archery class in action. party, evi enty some g lO WE LEAD BUSY LIFE The Star-Dusters in c k' m.,,,M the All-School Show: boys' courages Chief "I-Ieavy": a funny skit at a pep rally: oo mg seems to be an enjoyable subject: the junior Mr. Tyson celebrates a birthday. dance in a gaily decorated gym: Howard Lipsky en- 11 L 4 l. .loc Trimble and lirannr liarrcll modcl casual wear. Z. All set lor the big nigzhrvfxrlcnc Bclcfonrc and Art Saxon show us their formal wear. 3. Another day of sfhool for Nick Bozzi and Marie Millcr. W .-Xrr Saxon and Nikki Irvin arc all dressed up for A party. A clay :it rhu beach Twin sweaicrs are Sandy Rcagoso, with Dick Struck and Joanne Patterson, worn by stcadics. Bob DeStcf.1no and THE SONGS WE SANG Love Is a Many Splendored Thing Sixteen Tons No Not Much When the Saints Come Marching In My Secret Love Ain't That a Shame Rock Around the Clock Chain Gang If I Give My Heart to You Trouble with Harry Tender Trap Yellow Rose of Texas Davy Crockett Autumn Leaves Apple Cider Memories Are Made of This Blue Suede Shoes Unchained Melody THE THINGS WE DO THE MOVIES WE SAW Cinerama Holiday The Seven Little Eoys The Country Girl Desiree Carmen Jones Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea Kismet This Island Earth The Lieutenant Wore Skirts Blackboard Jungle Battle Cry Helen of Troy Ulysses East of Eden The Wild One Rebel Without a Cause Guys and Dolls Love Is a Many Splendored Thing On the Waterfront A ,.A' V g t i p, ,.'. THE THINGS THAT HAPPENED Opening of U.D's Industrial Arts wing Basketball games with Chester Burning down of Marple Newtown High School Explosion in grain storage bin in Philadelphia Hurricane Diane Rock and Roll craze Eisenhower's illness Death of Jimmie Dean Salk vaccine discovered 364,000 Question Death of Connie Mack Death of Fred Allen Worst passenger airplane crash in history--66 killed in Wyoming Margaret Truman married Clifton Daniel Grace Kelly married Prince Rainier President Peron ousted from Argentina Atoms for Peace Conferences Princess Margaret turns down Peter Townsend Israelian border conflict THE THINGS WE SAID Nasty Break I Care Loser See Ya Later, 'gatorc Ina While, Crocodile Odd Job Smooth Out of It Check Out Dig That Definitely Rusty Playing the Role I'll Be a Dirty Bird Strike Me Sober, Cobra In the Groove Get Hep! What's Your Trouble, Bubble? A V, ' ,. ,N . -V , X. -i ,,,, Www,-,,. -3' 113-, , gif' ' U . F. I ,o'4 ...- ." on . 1 . Q' ' Q s C". . 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Ill ll it J X f v"' wif X -,ff v.,,.".- If X 11 ,,-',v J 9 7, nf ' wry gi ','.4 .Hifi fl i V ii I ll? ' El fi 'V-' x ,4v, i .i tilll X X3f5"if'gC.Qf' i ll? l '.lg'f"1'fCil"l I6 In November the Upper Darby School Family prepared and dedicated a commemora- tive book to our Superintendent, John H. Tyson "Who as teacher, principal, and super- intendent has directed their course through many years. 'iWho thinks and plans for the come munity and its children. "Who by faith in his school family, gains their loyal support. A'Who, through his tireless devotion to the cause of education, may be identified as Mr. Upper Darby himself." The class of 1956 salutes you, Mr. Tyson. Mr. Tyson. receiving a testimonial booklet from Miss Roffe at teachers' institute. f DR. JAMES E. NANCARROW .-E:-.ui.F-252252155522:15:51-'ff-'ir'-F-5 at 'JS' If If ',- '--:.,'7f1'.-'.f.','f'. 3-1, j.'-2'-.I ' . -', '-" ,'.'-:.1','- ,':' .' 'QQ2','r?- .- ' - - - -:r-.:' -PS' I u s N , ' ll ll . . i ' 0 f . Ucytz , . . , N : "if I '- gf f, - '- , ,-5, gn ' . na'-s?.aa,1a.,- s. --A-1:-' +0 PRINCIP L Dr. James ll. Nancarrow stepped into the spotlight of the Hrst ring in l9471 as principal of the Upper Darby Senior High School. Since then he has stayed right in the center of things. His presence is always noted at all scltool functions: he is one of the most loyal rooters for all the teams: and he is especially concerned with the general welfare of the students in the school. The spotlight of the second ring shines on Dr. Nancarrow for community service. In 1954 he was presented with the Optimists' Award. ln the third ring thc spotlight shines equally as brightly, for Dr. Nancarrow holds many positions on the state and national level. He presides as president of the Pennsylvania Branch of the National Association of Secondary School Principals and is president of the Principals' Department of the Pennsylf vania State Educational Association, ln addi- tion he represents the Middle States Associaf tion of Colleges and Secondary Schools on the College Entrance Examination Board, and holds membership in the Head Masters' Asso- ciation. Friend and counselor, Dr. Nancarrow ives of his time and energy to the betterment ot Upper Darby. Dr. Nancarrow speaks at the dedication of our athletic field. ADMINISTRATION Seated. I. Io r.: Mr. Ralph Andersen, Mrs, Edna Danehower, Dr. James Nan- carrow, Miss Janet McCowan. Sland- ing: Mr. Charles Holmes. Mr. Stanley Twoes. Mr. Raymond Davis. SOCIAL STUDIES Sealed, I. to r.: Mr. Williani XVoods, Mr. Charles XVood, Miss Helen Abrams, Mr. Randolph Grimmett, Mr. Arthur Purcell. Standing: Mr. Cieorge Cain. Mr, Harold Thompson. lVlr. Charles Brooke, Mr. Carl Hedsirom, Mr. Paul Coffey. Mr. Harry XVike. ENGLISH Sealed, I. to r.: Mrs. Helflrich, Miss Frances Gamble, Miss Frances Weimer, Miss Edith Ciaukrodger, Miss Helen Mowry. Mrs. Anne Slick, Miss Frieda Reed. Slcmding: Mr, William Keller. Mr, Paul Noel, Mr. Richard Kromer. Miss Charlotte Allen, Mr. John Young. Miss Sara Lee Buck. Mr. Carl Hamsher, Mr. Ralph NlcConnell, Mr. Robert l,eslie. SCIENCE Firsl row, I. lo 11: Mr. Edwin Harcr. Mr, Solomon Rudman, Miss Emma Sommcriicld, Mr. McKinley Stevens, Miss l.uclla Moore. Sefona' row: Mr. XVilliam Kohl. Mr, Edson Strange. Dr. lvon Culver, Mr. liloyd Neff. MATHEMATICS Scaled, I. Io r.: Mr. Stanley Twocs, Mr. Carroll McDonnell, Mr. John Diehl. Miss Luella Moore, Mr. Dean Shull. Slundinq: Mr. Paul l.cCates, Mr, Charles Oswald, Mr, John Bless- ing. Mr. Robert Hartman, Mr. Rov XVolfgang, COMMERCIAL Sitting, 1. lo r.: Miss lflcanor D'Amclio, Miss Lucretia Kerr. Miss Emily Cunningham, Miss Pearl Garcn. Miss Dorothy Kirkcr, Mrs. Barbara Moore, SIUHCIIIIYIII Mr. Thomas Milne. Mr. Peter Bernardino. Mr. John Swartz, Mr, lircd liorsgard, Mr, Joseph Rhilc. Mr. Charles King, lWr. Penn Nlinacci. FOREIGN LANGUAGES Sealed. I. lo r.: Miss Charlotte Chris- man. Nliss Lucilc Noble. Miss Mary Taylor. Miss Agnes Grunberg. Sland- ing: Mr. Carl Clugston. Miss Alice Goodman, INDUSTRIAL ARTS M11 LeCares, Mr, Mays. Mr. Hoehler. Mr, XVilliams. Mr. Loepcr. Mr. Packer, PHYSICAL EDUCATION Ifirsl row, I. to r.: Miss Yerkes, Mr. Herbert S. Herzog, Mrs, Mae Pusey. SCCODLZ' FOLUZ Nliss Elizabeth Williams, Miss Barbara Reimann, Mrs. Dorothy Neilsen. Miss Marilyn Hughes. 'l'hz'ra' row: Mr. Carson Thompson, Mr. Lewis Slrxmus, Mr. Albert Jackson. Mr, Fred Loeb, Mr, Edward Medf Zarentz, HOME ECONOMICS Miss :Xlicc Husxon. Nliss lilimbcth Nlarlhcws, Miss Julia Millcr. LIBRARIANS Miss Ruth Bassett. Bliss Iimma Brogsn, ART Miss Illimbcth Kingslcy. Mr. Joseph E. Codori, MUSIC Miss Betty Morris, Dr. Clyde Dcnglcr, Mr. Robert Doane. Sealed. I. Io r.: John C. Parry, Dr. Harlan F. Haines. Vv'ert. B. Marvin XVeiss: slandiriqr R. NYinfield Baile. Vanleer I. Bond, Dr. George G. Dilworth, John H. Frazier, Lewis O. Goas, John H. Tysoni George XV. Hoehler, Mrs. Rhoda S. Seeburger, H. Kimble Hicks. Mrs. Bertha S. Albert O. Snyder. Stewart B. Harkness. Upper Darby Township School Authority Sealed, 1. to r.: Richard Werner, Dr. J. Vernon Elson, Vice-chairman: Mrs. Rae V. Biester. chairman: lvan H. Peterman. secretary: lldward l.. Anderson: siandings Thomas Brennan, financial advisor: John J. Schiedel. assistant secretary and treasurer: Thomas ll. Burns, Jr., R. NVQnfield Baile, solicitor: Oscar M. Hansen. bond counsel. President Dilworth speaks at the dedication of the new athletic Held. The members of the Board of Educa- tion truly deserve applause for continued efforts in making the citizens of Upper Darby Township proud of their schools. Included in the Boards program are regular monthly meetings, led by the president, Dr. George G. Dilworth, who, because of his contributions in the past, was re-elected in l955 for a fifteenth term. At the present time, much enf deavor is being placed upon a project for the construction of a new junior high school, the final step in fulfilling the need caused by a rapid growth in popu- lation. Its completion, planned for the year 1957. will by no means bring an end to the Work of the Board members, who are constantly seeking new areas for improvement. ZZ Miss Betty Miadies helps a student in sewing class. Mr. Robert Old. taking over Mr. Hamsher's English class. Learning by teaching. cadets from several nearby col- leges became acquainted with the routine at Upper Darby. After a period of observation, they took their places before classes, assisting both students and teachers. Their Work was not limited to the classroom, for they were often seen performing duties in such places as study halls and the attendance ofice. It cannot be denied that the cadet teachers have con- tributed much to the school life with their friendliness and profitable instruction. Front row. I. to r.: Mrs. Marjorie Holler. Nliss Nancy Adams. I.. to r.: Mrs. G. XVe'ant'. comrm-rciul: R. Kramer. home Miss Norma Hedrich, Miss Annette Gross. Back row. I. to r.: economics: T. Glover. science: L. Guala. F. M. Masters. Mr. Anthony Giampetro. Miss Ellen Estabrook. Mr. David foreign languages. Gurneak, Miss Nancy Kellyf'1 " 23 r SECRETARIES lt"' - Jo Ann Newton Students were not the only ones who worked hard at their desks all day. Our eflicient secretarial staff came earlier and stayed later than most stu- dents. The many duties of the different ollices kept the secretaries busy. Whether working at a mimeographing machine, typing a letter, filing a report card, sorting mail, or taking the telephone messages, the secretaries were an essential part of the smooth functioning of the school Mrs. Margaret Boyd .... -.' r ' , ..-.-..- ' ' ' ' .". L Sass ,,,4 sq . if N 4 - 1. , . -fagjsfny-wf.1:7.3-rig., Mrs. Polly Ann Young Mrs. Thelma Nlalin Mrs. Jane Transue 4l Dave Lewis. head janitor. Joe Zakiewic7 and John Rutkauskas XVilliam Coulter Under the direction of Mrs. Vickers, the cafeteria staff prepares lunch platters for hungry teachers and students. They also plan the menus for the various school banquets. Because of their conscientious work, our cafeteria is always kept in tip-top condition. It is the duty of the maintenance staff to keep U.D. clean, They handle this large order very capably under the supervision of Mr. Charles Butterworth, Superin- tendent of Buildings and Grounds. Mrs. Hope collects for a lunch. Mrs. MufPhV and Mrs- Schllchtcf get Mrs. Evans carves the roasts. things ready. 25 'fn- rf f x 4 X e A . A 1 rf-Six, Q.. ' 7 ,X ft. r r n L, 4. 1 V. l 1 Y 1 1 , P L.,,, , ! F- ' -.z -uQm,,- x'3 :Z ....L --.f ' wi-"11T""fnf' 2""avA1!vq't'frvw-i""!-mf'-'-avr "zrWp1:v-v I ff 'z .- 'sfzffm' f' ffif! 'fl 2':g'i1p3. .1 . I 5' Alf!-'Z I-ki ff:'.4 P1 , 424,214 5-1:1 64 r -5:91 Quit 11243521 W, ' 1 -'az' 3.": F' '9 ' 2 'Y l!'1f1'2 fi' 'iff' - fine, H, - - .4-JC, ..,t-,C4,,f-l- 'Ji-1, Lx 'gn' ff ' -i'2Q::f4-.,fzfgs'L"ffg.f-spgi.ewg-..ufQ:ff+'-iwM"' ' rl In . N h K' x W1 -..,,-,N J , " -1 THE ACOR Silting, I. to r.: Sherrill Hinneburg, Girls' Sports: Barbara flssr. Copif: Jane Donovan. News. Standing: Janet Thomp- Romig, Business Manager: Carol Helfrich, Librarian: Beth son, Slalf Secretary: Tom Harkins, Boys' Sports: Ray Luber Grifbth, I-'eaturesq Doris Adam. Aduerlisingf Ann Carter. Asst. News: Bill Dixon, Editorein-Chief: Joe Trimble, Arr, Assl. Fealures: Marie Miller, Typing President, Carol Vifagner. Sandy Dcichler, Copy. 4 ll, i J' . if ji ' TT' T -Y A 5?-22 o . hir ACORN First row, I. lo r.: Conway, C. Iiraps, Sand, Hatch, E. Duguid. Ralston, Adelizzi, Becker. Second row: Wilsoii, Bertolett, Watchorn, Louderback. Abrams, Litwin, Snyder, V. Fraps, Barrar. Third row: Gallagher. C. Duguid, Vollmer. Jorgenson, Wills, Carson, Sermattei. Fourth row: Hazzard, Michael, Fisher. Mrs' Slick and Bm Dixon consult' The Acorn staff, under the guidance of Mrs. Anne Slick, advisor, and Bill Dixon, editor, was on the job all the time. They worked many long hours to put out a top-notch paper, one that has always been a winner in press competition. Every Friday students eagerly awaited their copies of the Acorn. They especially enjoyed the antics of Bucksy, the comic strip created by Joe Trimble, art editor. This year, as always, the editors and staff worked hand-in- hand to produce an accurate record of events at Upper Darby High. 28 Sitting. I. to r.: N. Alderfer. l.. Barras. A. Glarner. Slundingr P. Arnow. S. Dutney, P. Nicklow. B. Singleton. J. Kennedy. G. Gaul, J. Turner, D. Tubbs. li. Tyrell. R. l.ipslcy. A. George. l,.B.1lukAiiiin. Starting early in their junior year, the members of the GAK staff spent many hours discussing and work- ing out yearbook plans, such as theme, layout, and special features. The senior staff had many tasks in their project of picturing life at Upper Darby. The work was guided by Editor-in-Chief Linda Barras: Assistant Editor Nancy Alderfer: Copy Editor Ardeth Glarner: and faculty adviser Paul K. Noel. Photography was capably headed by Mr. Charles Oswald and Mr. Anchor Williams. S1'!1ing.l. lo r.: N. Alderfer. assistant edilorq OAK photographers. H, Draper and R. ln- A. George. A. Mills. I.-. Barras and l., Barras. editor-in-chief: A. Glarner. copy fante. Glarner working on the '96 OAK. ezlilor. Slandingr Mr. P. li. Noel, advisor. 20 UPI-DAH Sealed. I. to r.: P. XVilson, P. Oakley, L, Lee, J. Burdo, R. Zimmerman. l-. Terrell. P. Penny- packer, K. Dietz, J. McCloskey, S. Charlesworth. Slunclmg: M. Viglione. B. Romig, J, Hastings, J. Talpey, B. Price, A. Branigan, J. Vender, Theurer, G. Dudley, Miss Gaukrodgcr. Q -l-......,.a The Upz'-Dah staff reading manuscripts. 30 Miss Gaukrodger, advisor and Sylvia Charles- worth, editor. The UpzYDuh, oldest U.D.H.S. publication, is the place Where Royals display their literary talents. The best manuscripts from all English classes are published along with the stories Written by the literary staff. piloted by Sylvia Charlesworth. Each Monday the staff meets to read, criticize and accept stories for publication, The faculty sponsor is Miss Edith Gaukrodger and the art editor is Phyllis Penny- packer. Fw ART STAF F S . .ww if i' N OAK ART STAFF C. Manfred, P. Perryman, M. Marhefka, Editor: F. Boppell. G. Reed, P. Perryman. J. Trimble, Editor: D. Grove. ACORN ART STAFF The art staff, supervised by Miss Kingsley, is the group that furnished the illustrations for U.D.'s OAK, Acorn and Upi-Dah. The three divisions of the staff were headed by Melanie i " Marhefka, OAK: Joe Trimble, Acorn 5 and Phyl- ' lis Pennypacker, Upz'-Dah. ? fyfif All illustrations for the Up:-Dah were selected If , x on a competitive basis. Members of the OAK - ,, ' art staff received topics for their drawings. The L ' f cartoons in the Acorn were done exclusively by ,Q - .... --f Joe Trimble. ART EDITORS UPI-DAH ART STAFF P. Pennypacker. Upi'-Dah: J. Trimble. Acorn Sealedr Pcnnypacker. Benn: standing: Greenwald, Miss Kingsley, Advisor: M. Marhefka, OAK. Price. Blaker, Boppell. 31 TYPING STAFF Eileen Daly, Miss Kerr, Barbara Owens, and Marie Miller consult over problems of the Typing Club. On Monday, Tuesday, and Eriday nights, you can hear the noise of the typewriters com- ing from Room 163. The stenographic girls on the Publications Typing Staff type copy for U.D.'s three publications. This group is one of the most active and least recognized clubs in U.D. The staff consists of twentyf IrTVQ girls under the supervision of Miss Kerr. She is assisted by Marie Miller, president: Barbara Owens, secretary: and Eileen Daly, staff manager. Sealed: B. Owens. secretary: M. Cellini, M. Miller, president, B. Newby. S. Coyle, K. Beck, E. Daly, manager: J. Patterson, R. Mauser. Standing: V. Theurer, D. Slider, C. Ewing, M. Gcntner, B, Levitt. C. Butler, M. W'idger, C. Wilson, J. Lewis, B. Della Perma, A. Eiorda. A. DeCecco. A. Goldberg, Miss Kerr. advisor: J. Coleman, D. Link. 1: .4 Gigli? ffy ff -xi.-. ' 1-:Y fly, 4Q Mary ATinTCeflini, Margaret Vv'idger,'and Carol Wilson on Press Night. Sitting. I. lo r.: V. Vignola, C. VVestman. D. Adams, B. Romig, P. Yerger, B. Shaw, G. Terrey. Standing: Mr. Shenk. P. McClure, C. Meclcling. E. Marlin. J. lfurman, E. Beese, S. Fenner. E. Brockerman, C. Singer, E. Tyrell. P. Mitchell. M. Saxon. C. Yocum, G. Taylor. L. Jennings, S. Hewitt. Mr. Shenk. Publications Chairman. and Barbara Romig. Business Manager. confer over a problem. The numerous duties of the Publications Business Staff were directed by Mr. Clayton K. Shenk, advisor: Barbara Romig, business man- ager, Carole Westman, OAK managerg and Pat Yerger, circulation manager. Their jobs included distribution of the Acorn, Upi-Dah, and OAK, and the handling of all sen- ior pictures. They proved very capable in mak- ing the department run smoothly. HJ, lfirst row. I. to r.: Mrs. Danehower. P. Pennypacker, R. Clauso, A. Belefonte. A. Mish. J. Rogers. S. Fenner. P, Yerger. A. Saxon. N. Bozzi, B. l.orenz, B. Vogel. A, George, M. Noel. R, Mauser, A. Rechner R. Weiss A. Glarner, I Sie fried S Chirlesworth Miss Noble. Second row: P. Michael, G. Busher. D. Hill, J, NVells. J. Melchoir. V. Hake, J, Hawkins. J. Kaiser. J. Harris. G. Vfil- liams. J. Holmes, N. Alderfer. A. Statzel. J. Berman. Third row: Mr. Andersen, J. Kaplan. G. Carter, J. Swab, D. Mooney, B. Ber- man, B. Seeburger, J. Lauderback, B. Hamilton. B. Mason, D, Litwin, R. Gilbert, B. Waag. Fourlh row: D, Kniley. B. Wil- liams. VJ. Conrad. P. Harkins. R. Snyder. lf. DelRossi. B. Meyer, B. Marshman. D. l.eaihem. J. Reed. D. Kaplan. The Student Council tackled many jobs this year, including a clean-up campaign, pep rallies, basketball dances, honor roll tabula- tions, putting Christmas trees around the school, selling refreshments at football games, and conducting a review board for damage to school property. Projects for the coming year include the possibility of exchange stu- dents and a parking lot for students. As in other years, delegates were sent to two Sub- urban Council Association meetings. The oficers this year were Bill Lorenz, president: Nick Bozzi, vice-president: Brenda Vogel, secretary: Art Saxon, treasurer: and Don West, sergeant-at-arms. The advisors were Miss E. Lucile Noble, Mrs, Edna M. Danehovver, and Mr. Ralph M. Andersen. Nick Bozzi. vice-president: Bill Lorenz. president: Brenda Vogel. secretaryg Don West, sergeant-at-arms: Art Saxon, treasurer. First lable: Miss Noble. Mrs. Danehower, Advisors. Sealed. I, to r.: A, Glarner. E. Michael, A. Saxon. B. Vogel. N. Boxyi. S. l7enner, D. XVest. A. Belefonte. P. Yerger, D. l.itwin. Standing: B. Lorenz. The Executive Committee of Student Council met every other Thursday morning in Room 6? to determine council policy. Most of Councils business is originated in executive committee and discussed there before being brought up in Council for action. The executive committee is composed of ofHcers of Council, the chairmen of the standing committees, and the advisors. It can be compared with the board of directors of a company inasmuch as its main purpose is to direct Council. Nawa- Thc Bobcits pliving for a dance after a basketball game, Another Student Council project, the pep rally before the Haverford game. The Leaders' Group, under the direc- tion of faculty advisor Mr. Andersen, with the capable assistance of Douglas Leathem and Nancy Alderfer, stressed scholarship, leadership, service and character as its qualf ilications for membership. This year, ape plications for membership not only con- sisted oii a letter stating the reason for Wanting admittance into the group but also a form which was filled out by the applicant and admission was granted if the required qualifications Were held. The objects ofthe l956 Leaders were to help Mr. Andersen during study periods, to assist at pep rallies and to exert benefi- cial aid to their fellow classmates. The trip to Washington was one of their outstanding events of the year. if , . ww ... Doug Leathem, Mr, Andersen, and Nancy Alderfer confer about the Leaders' Group, Firsl row, I, lo r.: Fenner, Sand, Pennypaclcer, Balukbjian, Tyrrell, row: Ralston, Gaul. Duguid, Bruckner. Srhilpp. Mr. Andersen Caras, Hatch. Tubbs, Alderfer, Second row: Balis. Adelizzi, Fourth row: Brown, Leathem, Carlin, Bartley. Thompson. Vogel. Helfrich, Vwleiss. Yerger, George. Third 36 Upper Darby competing against Radnor and Ridley Park in the third round of Scott's Hi-Q. Quizmaster Bob Johnson asks a puzzler of Marvin Katz, Phyllis Pennypacker, Dick Kaplan. and Martha Noel. The members of Upper Darby's Scott's Hi-Q team, using brain power as their de- fense, put their heads together in an effort to win points for the school. The team members, who were Dick Kaplan, Marvin Katz, Martha Noel, and Phyllis Penny- packer, managed to gain a total of seventy- six points in three rounds, thus giving Upper Darby a tie for the fifth place out of twenty-one. Sponsored by Mr. Paul Coffey, the team Was tied for first place after the completion of the Hrst round. Unfortunately, Upper Darby was unable to hold the top honors, which were given to the three highest schools'-Swarthmore, Nether Providence. and Springneld. Nevertheless, Upper Darby can be proud of having students capable of answering so many of the seemingly 'Aim- possiblen questions. W wr' W The l956 All School Show, Ain? Misbehauinf All School Show and was highlighted by a truly alle was one of the best variety shows eyer presented at school vote for the queen of the production. Students, Upper Darby. This was the twelfth year of the voting on an actual voting machine, selected lvy 38 xi' 'tm Siegfried I to presentation. Mardi Gras. celebration, G Q , fi lq reign for the two nights of the variety The general theme was that of the patterned after the famous New Grleans A show such as Ain? Mz'xbehat'z'n' is not 30 possible without able leadership, and U.D.'s product tion was blessed with that of Mr. Robert Doane and Mr. William Keller, K . 'H i if x it is , a ai a Q e . 1 ' Y' W X I v k i. I , West, Rolling, Fisher, Noel, Lecher, Goldenberg. Robbins larrell Grady Griiith lrwin Adelizm Kennedy No one will ever forget the many laughs given us by the clowns who were the master and mis- tresses of ceremonies in Ain'I Misbehauinf The Can-Can dancers really pepped us up Calthough We wondered if their shoes were going to sail into the audiencefl and the hilarious blind antics of the horses helped make the show a famous production. The precision march of the Wooden Soldiers and the rag doll movements of the Raggedy Ann and Andys lent the festive touch to the evening. Eleanore Tyrrell Larry Sharp and Bob Lecher Nona K31d0r Above: Balis. Glauscr. Caras, Bassett, Weiss. Below: Bcle- Ivy Siegfried. the Queen fonte. Harris, Siegfried, Kaidor, Turner. Baker. Olsen. Powell. Hatch, Ijvey, Ralston. Mills, James. Vadden. Schumacher, McCormick, Koons, Harrison, Cams, Joly. Harris, Villigeyr, Carter, l.echer, Daebcler, Vvlcst 41 First row. l. to r.: E. Caras. J. Rankin. M. Miller. C. Manfred, l.. Balukjian, A. Carter, M. Jenkins, l.. Balis. A. Belefonte, Dr. Dengler, E. Tyrrell, B. Dohner, M. Koons, C. Forte. W. Goldman. M. Thompson, J. Dunleavy, C. Hatch, C. Purcell. Second row: R. Snyder, C. XVestman, G. Williams, M. Lemke, C. Rite, Tomalino, R. Passero, M. Lewis, E. Beissel, B. Shaw, N. Kaidor. C. McFarland, J. Brown, secretary: B. Owens. B. Newby. J. Esher, N, Mclfadden, l. Siegfried. J. Turner. C. Harrison, C. Helfrich, D. Renner, president. Third row: A. Mills, J. Freeze, H. Schumacker, J. Elkins, J. Harris, K. Delmar. The A Cappella HA" Choir, directed by Dr. Clyde Dengler, sang at Bethlehem, Chichester, Yeadon, and the Upper Darby Junior High School this year. They also sang on the Arlene Francis' show, "Home," at Wanamakers, on December 22nd, The officers are: president, David Renner, who is also the accompanist: vice president, David Christophersen: secretary, Joan Brown: Treasurer, Donald West, lfirsl row. I. to r.: N. DerOhanessian. M. Marhefka, J. Barrar. B. Berger. B. Bostly, B. Della Penna, V. Vignola, L. Wagner, Dr. Dengler. D. Mackenzie, M. Morrison, M. W'idger. J. Cake. D. Greene, E, Abrams, P. Dietrich, J. Hart, B. McQuad. Second row: S, Zeldin, B. Urban, J. Wilson, N. Dornish, D. Gentner, J. Powell. W. Stevenson. P. Oakley, H. Draper, A. George, W Berwick lvl Smith fDXBlr'xliUl'Sv Ci firnnrlfxurc K .lnhuneon J. Holmes, J. Hollingsworth, N. Alderfer, D. Roman, E. Michael. D. Semel, J. Thompson. P. Price, P. Dawkins. A. Saxon. M. Sheldon, W. Weber, C. Singer, L. Hodges, S. Mauntel. Fourth row: E. Fulton, D. Hill, D. Bruckner, K. Dietz, P. Bertolet. D. Burfeind, E. Wood. L. XVilliamson, M. Hough, G. Gaul. M. Noel, S. Deichler, M. Gayley, L. Schilpp, Olsen. Fifth row: B. Johnson, D. Christopherscn, Vice president: W. Meade. W. Wagner, S. Vidcon. D. Vklest, G. Daebeler, W. Harral. D. Leathem, J. Surer, J. Pittinos. R. Conway. treasurer: J. Ritchie. W. Stulpin, R. Shenk. The A Cappella HB" choir consists of sixty jun- iors and seniors. The oflicers were Bill Bassett, president: Bill Kuch, vice-president: Barbara Della Penna, secretary: and Bill Hoffner, treasurer. The choir met three times a week to practice for the Christmas and Spring concerts and for a final prof gram at Chichester. N. lrvin. Third row: T. Shane, B. Gordon, J. Colclough, B. Joly, M. Gentner, J. Wineland. A. Garrison. B. Rowe, S. Smith, D. Workman. B. Levitt, G. Houscr. J, Brooks. D. Williams. Fourth row: G. Anderson. H. Cornell, J. Calhoun, L. Walser, R. Miller, W. Hoffner, D. Kline. R. Gilbert. C. Lake, W. Cook. W. Bassett. R. Schaefer, R. Mostardo. W Yi W at ii he . X' i-V Tht Bobcats Joanne Harris Bob Villiger Bob lcchcr The A Cappella and band at the Christmas assembly Because of their outstanding musical abil' ity, six Royals were chosen to represent U.D. in District organizations. They were Bob Lecher and Jerry Fisher, Band: Dave Mitchum and Carol Wagner, Orchestra: and Doug Leathem and Dave Christophersen. Chorus, This year students danced to the music of a new and fabulous dance band, The Bob Cats. The fivevpiece band, organized by Bob l,echer and Bob Villiger, played at many school functions. including the All School Show and various dances. ltathem. District Mitchum and XVagner. District orc faq. if Clauscn. Fisher. Goldenberg. Hartman, Havs. Katz. Kotsh. l,echer, Long, Mitchum, Ray. Reber, Rolling, Ruley, Sweet, Trimble. Tucker, Villiger. West, White. Daebeler. Gist, Good, Harkins. Hemphill. Lam- born, l.ipsky, Olsen. Osman. Rosenbloom. Tyson. Vvleber, Vxfilliams. Burns. Carter. Getz, Hughes. Jamison. Jones. John, Kaelin, Lee. Midf According to Mr. Robert A. Doane, director, this year's band was one of the nnest ever. Though there were sour notes in rehearsals, the band always came through for their many concerts and assembly programs. Outstanding among the many programs they played were the Lions' Club Show, the opening of Schoolmen's Week at the University of Penn- sylvania, and the Mendenhall Memorial Concert. They combined with the Choral Club to present the annual Christ- mas concert. They also played at Lansdowne-Aldan High School and at our Junior High. dleton. Mitchum. Morris. Regester. NVeinstein Vv'illiams, Buttimer Case, Ricketts, Thomson, Fisher, Demann. Barras. Burkhard, Charles- worth, Deichler, Fraps. Glauser, l.ipsky, Manieri. Michael, Salerno Forte. Gayley, Guttler. Rankin, Cunningham. Lawrence, Nixon Schneck. Thomas, Vvleller, Wert. Sz'1t1'r1g.I. to r.: J. But-do. J. Harris. R. Greene. V. VVolf. Charles- B. l.echer, G. Daebeler. J. Siddall, H. Rever, XV. Mitchell. VV. Long. worth. D. Mitchum, P, Harkins, C. Rolling. J. Gist. C, Salerno, C, Fertig. M. Kain, Mr. Robert A, Doane. director. Standing: D. G. Ray, C. Sweet, l.. Burkhard. B. Tucker. J. Vender, B. Morris. Vyfest. J. Fisher, T, Burcaw, G. Dudley. D, Tubbs, R. Hays. J. Renner, F. Shultz, M. Viglione. J, John. 44 I., to r.: Carol Manfred. Elaine Kelly, Joann Patterson, Penny Atkinson. Arlene Goldberg. Mary Damiri, Carol XVagner. Joan Koontz. XVilliams Second rout Buttirner Raw Thomas Cunningham Schneck Glauser I-isher, lxorsth, Mitchum. Lipsky, Deichler. Cast, Rosenbloom First row, l. lo r.: Mr. Doane, Hartman, Vv'est, Vv'einstein, Lawrence 1' I u Y 1 3 G Osman, ist, Rolling. Third row: Long, Goldenberg. Katz. Reber. Daebeler. Getz. Middleton, Hemphill. Lamborn, Kaelin. Good, Thomp- L. lo r,: Judy DiStefano. Betsy Lewis. Sandy Bishop. XVilleine Lee, Priscilla Baker. Edith Nichols. Paula McClure, The Royals' marching band, under the direction of Mr. Robert A. Doane, had a very full schedule this year. Three mornings a week they practiced their football halftime drills with the majorettes and color guard. At the games, when spirits were low, the familiar strains of "Rock Around the Clock" and 'AWhen the Saints Go Marchin' ln" brought the spectators to life. The band's Work didn't end with the football season. They combined with the orchestra to play at many concerts and assemblies. They also partici- pated in various parades throughout the year. son, Regester. Weber. John. XVhite, l.echer. Fourth row: Sweet. Michael. XVert. NVeller. Guttler. Clausen. liorte. Fraps, Lipsky, Hughes. Burkhard, Demann. Tucker, Salerno, Nixon, Ricketts, Olsen. Fifth row: Barras, Charlesworth. Harkins, Jamison, Burns, Fisher. NVilliams, Mitchum, Gayley, Jones, Rankin. Tyson. 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Tlicrcugiirjkkijhe Choral Club hold' its a Arl' G . 7 0 P anflvd this activit thcegi oldberg, secretaryg William Meadc ygnwere Arthur Saxon, president- oral Club was David Rmmr' , xeasurer. The accompanist fgr- in IJl1lladClpl"jia' nnual part? the Steel Pier Qfsifl I gllllifsagzggnng I :::::8lllll lE2: 3'-222. -r-I -Q 'I' ., HMQ. f+g nv, A rvfrf"--ig. nuns , ::::uuonnsQ444 ... sfffn 23. 'Q i Tjigrx THE AY QUEEN AND HER COURT THE 1956 MAY QUEEN, LOIS LENHARD. May Day, with all its pageantry and spirit, was a day never to be for- gotten by everyone at Upper Darby. Excitement mounted from the day of nominations for May Queen until the last event of May Day, when the winning color team was known. This year, nominations for the honor of May Queen followed a new procedure. Sixty-seven girls were nominated in homerooms and screened by the senior executive committee. Then a Hnal list of twenty-four girls was presented to the senior class in a traditional assembly. Each nomina- tor gave a prepared speech which stressed the high points of the candi- date's qualifications, including attrac- tiveness, character, leadership, schol- arship, service, and all-around per- sonality. May Day officially began when last year's Queen, Judy Wells, placed the crown on the head of the new Queen, Lois Lenhard. A special group of sophomore girls honored the Queen and her court with a Maypole dance while junior girls followed with a novelty dance. Then the entire stu- dent body executed the drill with almost perfect precision. Afterwards, Loey presented the banner to the captains of the winning team. During the rest of the afternoon both teams struggled to win the va- rious contests. Relay races, tugs-of- war, a pie-eating contest, and soft- ball games ended a glorious May Day. The girl who is following in her sister's footsteps but using her own power is Lois Lenhard, who was chosen to reign over the annual May Day exercises as 1956 queen. Loey was elected for her beauty, athletic ability, character, honor, and service. Loey. a three varsity letter winner, has been active in Thespians, I-Ii-Y, Class Committees, All School Show Production, Leaders' Group, and the A. A. Council. The girls in the May Queen's Court were elected also for their attrac- tiveness, friendliness, honor, and service. Marilyn has served in many ways giving much of her time to I-Ii-Y, where she is vice-president, and to the cheerleading squad. Arlene has worked in Thespians, having the leads in our class plays, and in A Cappella as a soloist. Ann has been our class secretary for three years and has helped to make our swimming team cham- pions. Franne, another one of our peppy cheerleaders, has served as a captain of the squad and worked on all of our class committees. Most of Beth's time has been devoted to the Acorn, where she . ia 1 if ." I Nami' 'u . .zkig I its ' t 5. W. 11 Q . aififa e " t Q, ,. , " ' ks . 1 35. ,X . si -'ef 2 ,gf . is features editor, but she has also found MARILYN ADEUZZ1 time to work as secretary of I-Ii-Y. Lois, who should be named as the 'isweetestn ,,., ,Q . girl in our class, worked on council and as ' A539 A I A i i an oflicer in several clubs. Marie has given , 3 2: her talents to the typing staff, serving as 4 , 1 I , president this year, and to numerous class Aiiln , ,., 5 f ,,., 2 1' . committees. Ivy has done much hard work as president of I-Ii-Y, and was also elected 'i" ZIZ: as All School Show Queen for her sweet - ,,,. voice. Acclaimed "most popular," Doris I IW' has worked as a cheerleading captain and as 'Y a member of the OAK staff this year. ., Brenda served two years on Student Coun- X 1, ':--f A ' S W., cil, acting as secretary this year and is an 'avi Mui rags, 'L ..:, - I I active member of the Thespian Society. :" lh ,," 2 These girls have all done much to make H fxjj 51 " E., i ,.::. A t Upper Darby a wonderful school and are highly deserving of this honor. , , W, 7 f ,1 A 3. ,.,.,, - .EI wfzczfy ig '35 iff? ' 24 I "" :Q It 'EEL i f A5152 ina, '- zz -ga. "gf: ., , . --.-.,- : -am' rf as rw iffy s mai Q' H 1' ar XX Q I ,ig K L- - ,gf f M f , 'f1-'fi e ,. if " '.'.- 'I ""- ' J f . if if T K g 'E . 3' 'sayin ' 5 gtg' . ' ' " f -V: my A . -' ' ,. i g :EH H 1.5-I I , ., , f, '- J A .,. 323 lg ,s . ' 'ga,..., A , ' , , -. A t 4. K . fa .. -45, 1 f ' ' .. y,, as M A J' in W ' . 1 :RW-L ea , '. if 1 , .,,. w ,I k .M q 1..- y K I , ,, Q, 3 s ARLENE BELEFONTE N . . a EE I ANN CARTER FRANNE IIARRELL BETH GRIFFITH LOIS KELLY MARIE MILLER IVY SIEGFRIED DORIS TUBES BRENDA VOGEL 49 Left: The gym drill highlights May Day activities. Middle: The runners line up for the Purple and Gold race, Right: No one was out of time when this picture was taken. Top: The Purple and Gold boys match skill in a running race, Middle: The underclassmen have a "pop the balloon" race. Bottom: The girls show their speed. 50 Lefr: The hand. color guard. and majorcrrcs perform. Middle: The sophomores dance for the May Queen. Right: The Purple team marches up. Top: The senior boys fighx to win. Middle: Dick Mostardo rounds that corner to victory. Boflom: Jack lost that ball but not for long. 51 Marvin Katz the "Mamatnoochie." is seen with D. Mazza. The XVould-he Cientleman is being costumed hy lillen Ahranis I.. Balis. D. kYest. l.. Balukyiian. and XV, Hoffner. Arlene l.eddv. and Phyllis Deitrich. CAST Right in the middle ring, the Class of '56 presented M. Jourdain tthe would-be gentleman! Marvin Kal! Mme. Jourdain this wife! l.ucile ltheir daughter! . . . .Roberta XVeiss . . . . Martha Noel Nicole Cha servant!! , .,... Arlene Beleiionte, lilaine Caras Cleonte lin love with l.ucilel Covielle fvalet to Cleontel . . Dorante ta minor noblemanb Dorimene . . . . Dancing Master Music Master liencing Master Philosopher Master Tailor Assistant to Tailor lfirst Lackey Second Lackey Student Directors . .... Richard Mazza . ..,.... Williani Hoffner . . Jack McCloskey Margo Sheldon. Duane Struth . . . . .David Christophersen . . David Goldenberg . . ,XVilliam XVagner . . , VJilliam Hoffner , Nathan Stackhouse , . . Don Vklest . ..,. . l.inda Balis . . . . l.t1cille Balukjian Arlene Belefonte. Roberta Vfeiss The Would-be Gentleman on November 1 l and IZ. Monsieur Jourdain, who is swindled out of his forf tune by a scheming count, was played by Marvin Katz. The entire play revolved around Jourdain's attempts to become a 'Person ot Nobilityf' So blinded was he in this steadfast desire that he was unable to discern all laughable situations which went on behind his back. The success of the play can be attributed to the hard work of cast and crew, and the able leadership of Miss Frieda E. Reed, director and Miss Nlaizie G. Weil, technical director. The last scene of the play where everyone is hnally paired off to Madame J0urdain's satisfaction. Bill Hoffner, Arlene Belelionte, Rob r 1 Vw'eiss. Marvin Katy. Martha Noel, Dick Mazza, Jack McCloskey, and Duane Struth. whit tiutx sus 'Vliiim lX1lllL1lVlll'fO khtldon while Dick Malia and Pvill Hoffner plead with their loves. Martha Ink NltC.losktx ind Rohtrti XX ciss ook on Noel and lilaine Cams. The ll'ouIdfBe Gentleman. presented by the senior class on November llth and llth, kept the Royals laughing. lt was a rollicking satire on the foolishness of M. Jourdain. who used his money in an attempt to become a gentleman. He hired many masters to teach him the arts. but all he did was make a fool of himself. He could easily be called a Hsocial climber." About six weeks of preparation went into this play written by Moliere. The scenery and costumes, including wigs, were all made by thespians, apprentices. and a few non-thespian helpers. The make-up was done by them also. The professional quality obtained in our plays must be credited to Miss Reeds and Miss Weil's true love for the theatre. If it weren't for them, our plays wouldnt be as Well-known in the community as they are. lht slip crux members set the sngt lor produttion Hare in action Sheldon. Alan Christman. Nlichael Qssar. Tom Cameron. Dennis in Jlmcs Sniielx Roger Snider Kirtn Johansen Joe ilkins. XVendy Bonney. and Ellie March. -Q '33 At rehearsal Dick Vlazfa. Marlene Suddard. and lillen Abrams give Arlene leddv a last check. Cust Mrs. Manningham Ann Harper, Arlene l.eddy Mr. Manningham . Dan Litwin, Roger Snyder Rough lthe detective? . . Joe Elkins. Perry Price Elizabeth lthe housekeeperl, Jo-Ann Gervais, Joanne Harris Nancy lthe maidl Sue Mauntel, Gail Williaiiis Policemen . Williana Stuplin, Joe Elkins, Perry Price Student Directors .Joe Elkins, Richard Mazza The story revolves around Mrs. Manningham, a frail and frightened young woman. Her husband Jack Man- ningham, a sly, polished gentleman, is secretly seeking a brooch containing priceless jewels. These jewels belonged Dan Kline, Eleanor March. Mike Ossar. Dennis Bonney and Jim Snively check the props before practice. As Arlene l,eddy watches in disdain. Dan l.itwin orders Gail XVilliams to kiss the Bible. to an elderly woman who Mr. Manningham had killed in the same house that Mrs. Manningham and he are living in now. Mrs. Manningham begins to think she sees and hears strange things. Her husband also finds stolen property in her possession. When Mrs. Manninghains mind is just about ready to break, a kindly gentleman comes calling. The plot thickens as Mrs. Manningham learns that the gentleman is a detective and that he is in- vestigating a murder case. The climax of the play comes when Inspector Rough faces Jack Manningham, the villain of all the thieving and queer happenings, with the facts. Mrs. Manningham finally realizes that she is not going insane and that her husband is to blame for all her un' happiness. The play closes with Mrs. Nianningham at peace with herself. As Roger Snyder calls Arlene l.eddy insane. their servant. JoAnne Gervais. looks on in horror. Roger Snyder as Mr. Manningham pleads with th: impertinent The inspector portrayed by Joe lflkins gives instructions lo maid Nancv Sue Mauntel. JoAnne Harris as lililabeth. Angel Street. by Patrick Hamilton, was the choice of the Class of l957 for their Junior Play. It is the melodramatic story of a woman being driven insane by her criminal, sadistic husband. The entire action of the play occurs in a shabby house on Angel Street in London, in l88O. The play, under the direction of Miss Frieda E. Reed, was professional in quality. Under the guidance of Miss Maizie G. Weil, technical director, and Mike Ossar, stage manager, members of the stage crew produced their usual high standard of work. The ability of the make-up, costume, publicity. and ticket chairmen, and the support and enthusiasm of the class made Angel Streel a sparkling success. Dan l.itwin is caught. to the relief of Joe Elkins. Bill Stuplin. Part of the hard working crew are Steve Bonney. Charles Lewis. Perry Price, and Arlene l.eddV, XVarren XValsh, Judy Holmes and Joe Tetaro. - 55 Firsl row, I. to r.: Miss Reed, N. Stackhouse, R. Vwlciss. P. M. Katz. P. Oakley. K, Johannson. E. March. J. Donovan, Dietrich, M. Ossar, M. Noel, D. Mazza, E. Caras, A. Bclefonte, J. Sand. Third row: C. Hatch, A. Leddy, E. Temoyan. J. Miss Weil. Second row: L. Balis, D. Bonney, P. Pennypacker, Snively, R. Snyder, N. Alderfer. J. Gervais. J. lllkins, Verse speaking choir: Marvin Katz and Arlene Belefonte in a cut from "The Man Vvlho Married a Dumb Vv'ife." Sealed I, to r.: Phyllis Dietrich. Secretary: Martha Noel. President Roberta XVeiss. Treasurer. Standing: Arlene Belelonte, Co-chairman Make-up, Michael Ossar, Vice President: Dick Mazza, Sergeant-an Arms: Nathan Stackhousc. Co-chairman. Make-up, Elaine Caras Clerk. J.: , .. w. Temoyan. Belefonte. I.eddy. Struth, McCloskey, Katz, Elkins Teddy. Caras. Elkins in the childrens play in .1 scene from "The Emperors New Clothes." The school year of l955-56 was a successful one for the National Thespians. They presented a choral speaking program in the Christmas assembly and at a Thespian meeting. Cuts from The Barretts of W1'mpoIe Streel. The Skin of Our Teeth. and The Man Who Married a Dumb Wz'fe highlighted the Mothers' Group Fashion Show. Another big event was the presentation of The Emperors New Clothes. the childrens play. All these productions were aided by the excellent work of the stage crew and the make-up and costume committees. Miss Frieda Reed and Miss Maizie Weil gave their time unselfishly to the group. ll it f J ' t t X Q v ,fi X lf' ' f i A, g Q 4 42 t Mazza and Noel in The Barrells of lVimpoIe Street. HOHHCI, Weiss, and Price in The Skihifpfp Q12-.Teeth lfirsl row, I. to r.: Mr. Thompson, advisor: W, Hamilton, M. Dresner, W. Lorenz, Sandell. R. Haines, secretary: R, Waag, president: D. l.eathem, vice president: T. Jefopoulos, treasurer R. Kaplan. XV. Dixon. Second row: P. Arnow. F, Boppell, R. Boardman, R. Brown, A. Chrisiman, T, Bartley, N. Bozzi D, Bell. VV. Vkfinter. Third row: R. Villiger, T. Harkins, B Mason, R. Myers, D. Litwin, M. Ossar, J. McCloskey, R Snyder, J. Louderback. Fourth row: C. McClain. D, West C. Rolling. R, l.echer. R. Conway, L, Shiffer. S, Videon, B Schick, C. Tyson, J. Elkins, NV. Clausen. I-'ifth row: J. Carlin The Boys' Hi-Y is made up of hard Workers who have been chosen on a basis of service and scholarship. They served both the community and school by help- ing at the American Red Cross blood bank, working on drives, ushering for the Adult School, All-School Show, and all football games. This year the club was led by Bob Waag, president: Timmy Jefopoulos, vice- president: Dick Haines, secretary: Doug Leathem, treasurer: and Mr. Carson Thompson, advisor, Bob Vvfaag. president: Tim Jefopoulos, treasurer: Doug l,eathem, Bob l.echer making a committee report at Boys' llifY, vice-president: Dick Haines. secretary, 0fficers.l.1o r.: N. Alderfer. l. Siegfried. B. Griffith, M. Adelizzi. Ifirst row: D, Tubbs. S. Fenner. S. Charlesworth, S. Ralston. P, Dietrich, C. Westman. P. Pennypacker, J. Thompson, R, Vkleiss, l7. Bertolelt, J. Powell. A. l.eddy. A. Carter, J. Barrar, lf. Caras. Second row: l.. Schilpp. A. Belefonte. C. Rife. S. Hinneburg A. Glarner, J. Donovan, Michael. C. Helfrich, l.. l.enhard Miss Gaulxrodger, Third row: B. Romig, C. Richards. C. XV.ig- Hi-Y Girls, who are chosen on a basis of service, scholarship. and character, constitute one of the most important and serviceable clubs in our school. Girls' Hi-Y, under the direction of Miss Edith Gaukrodger, has been guided to a very successful year by president Ivy Siegfried. The girls faithfully ushered at all Choral Club Concerts, Upper Darby Forums, the All School Show, and served dinner at all Sports banquets. Gift packages were sent to the Army Hospital during Christmas. The club's big project was the annual l-li-Y dance pre- sented by the combined Boys' and Girls' Hi-Y in March. HEY. J. Gervais. M. Noel, D. Hill, li. Duguid. B. Vogel. S. Kruger, B. Hart. li. Olsen, S. Deichler. I il? 'TV X QE. 1. Srllrnq: lvy Siegfried. lV,I'CSldEHlZ Marilyn Adelizzi. Vice President, S tanding: Beth Grifhth. Secretary: Nancy Pxlderfer. Treasurer. M, Mclf-ride tells XV, Sheldon. lj, Dormandy, .ind lf, Mustard The lli-Y officers.. Marilyn Adeiizzi, Beth Griffith. Nancv about Moore lnstitute on l-li-Y's Career Day Alderler, and lyy Siegfried decorate the tree, 5 O Ifirst row. I. lo r.: D. Litwin. secretary: P. Pennypacker, J. Sand, G. Steinke. G. Berger, Fli!'SI row, I. Io r.: A. Forte, M. Gain. S. Kruger M. Michael, L. Kelly, V. Wills, J. Kaplan. Razr R. Snyder, treasurer. Second row: Mr. Coffey, L. lo r.: Mr. Harer, A. Pappas, G. Daebler, row: Mr. Neff, D. Kniley, D. Barras, N. New A. Rochelle, NV. Brown, A. Glarner, J. Idiaquez. J. Kennedy, J. Carlin, XV. Brown, XV. Dixon. berry, D, Getz, A. McConnell, G. Melmeck WORLD AFFAIRS FORUM STEINMETZ LEEUWENHOEK President . . ...., . . . .Roberta Vvfciss President . . . . . . . , Robert Brown President . . . . . . . . . . . .Donald Knilei Vice President . . Marlene Jarrett Vice President . . XVilliam Dixon Vice President-Treasurer . ..... Lois Ke Treasurer . . . . Daniel Litwin Secretary-'l reasurer . .James Carlin Secretary . . . . . . . .,.. Nancy Newberry Secretary .. . Roger Snyder Advisor Mr. Harer Advisor .....,.. Mr. Neff HIPPOCRATES President . . . .....,. . . . . . .Arcleth Glarner 3 BOYS BOWLING Vice President . .Donna I-lill Advisor . . . . ..,. . . Mr, Young Secretary . . . .... Willeine Lee Treasurer . ....... Lois Kelly Advisor . . . ..,....... ....... ..... . M iss Sommerfield First row, 1. to r.: W. Simcox, C. Sweet. R. Anderson, R. Frances. Second row: R. Luber, G. Mooney. B. Zang. N, NValsh. J. Widpan. Mr. Young. advisor. Third row: O, Getz, R. Johnson. E. Gollomb, J. Benderavage, R. Powell, J. XVhite. lfirst row, I. to r.: B. Dohner, B. Lewis, E. Nichols, L. Kelly, Treasurer W. Lee, Secretary: E. Brockerman, D. Adams, R. Nichols, G. Berger Second row: J. Carson, D. Greene, M. Lemky. B. Haag, G. Williams M. Morrisonf N, Jamison, N. Stitchberry, R. DelBeuno. Third row G. Rife, J. Blaskavitz. J. Vonderahe. K. Dietz, N. Dorsch, G. Boyajian C. Hertzel. A. Rochelle. ' I-'irst row, I. Io r.: Nliss Taylor. Nl. Koons. secretary: J, Siddall. C. Rite, M. Parris, M. l.orenZ. Nl. Oakley. president. Third R. Baurs. N. Chadwick. A. Harper, J. Riser, li. Krause, E. row: Charlesworth. S. Deichler, M. Noel, C. Duguid, G. Bostley. J. Holmes. lf. Griflith, C. Hatch. Miss Chrisman. Gaul. A. Savastio, l.. l.enhard. li. McCarthy R. Passero. M. Second row: J. Burdo, H. Schumacher, vice-president: E. Adelizzi. treasurer: A. George, J. Broadbent. I-'ourlh row: ll. Simpson, l.. l.ee, D. XVorkman, li. XVood. B. Cross. S. Mauntel, Duguid, R, liazanbjian. C. Helfrich, J, Thonipson. 4 FRENCH President . . . ...... . , . . . , , .Peggi Oakley Vice President . . , . . , .Helene Schumacker Treasurer . . . . . . . . Marilyn Adelizzi Secretary ',.. .,,.... , . Marcia Koons Advisors . , . , , Miss Chrisman. Miss Taylor SPANISH President . , . . ...... . . . .,,.... Marie Miller Yice President , . Lucille Balukjian Treasurer ..... , . . . .Jane Siddall Recording Secretary , . ,Donna Hill Corresponding Secretary .... ..... , Alice Mills Librarian-Historian , , Jeanette ldaquel Sergeant-at-Arms . .... Perry Price. VVilli.1m Banta Advisors .,.. Mr. ClL1gSl0H. Miss Goodman lfirst rote. I, lo r.: P. Atkinson, J. Barrar, E. Tilles, P. Price, Newton, Miles, R. lannacone. G. Vvlilliams, S, Clay, J. Esher, B, Banta. J. ldiaquez, M, Miller, J, Siddall, J. Sostman. XV. N. Stitchberry. S. Blaskavitzi. C. Cunningham. lfourlh row: Goldman. l.. Balukjian. G. Jones. Second row: J. Davis, J. Miss Goodman. B. Butler. H. Baxter, C. Schmidt, G. Blaskavitz, Zarella, R. lforcino. V. Vignola. A. Mills. M. Greenwald. N. J, Schemm, C. l.oeliger. B. Hershaw. l., Laib. D. Hill. Mr. Britton. A. Nicolaou. F. Fulton. G. XVert. Third rotu: B. Clugston. 61 First row, I. lo r.: Brown, Turner. Michael, Bertolett, Fertig. Westman. Arnow, Wagner. Turner. Jorgensen, Balukjian, NValdman. Second row: Verity, lcenhower, Lauderback. Abrams, Litwin. McCloskey, Bartley, Rasles, Haines, Powell. Miss Noble. advisor. Front row, I. lo r.: M. Arnken. L. Eckersley, N. Messel, B. Dohner. L. Karlsons, E. Michael. Second row: L. Hollander, C. Ran, l Bushman. P. Michael, L. Hamilton. Third row: D. Fletcher, R Greninger. W. Middleton. T. Burns, D. Grove, J. Snively, B. Ciayer Fourth row: L. Brisbin, J. Bahm. LATIN GERMAN President , . . , ,....... . . Peter Arnow President . . . . ....... . . . . . Nancy Mussel Vice-President . . . . . , Carol Vvlagner Vice-President . . . ,... l. Lehr Brisbin Secretary . . . . , . Corinda liertig Secretary . . , . . . . .Beryl Dohner Treasurer . . . Carole XVestman Treasurer . . . .Elinor Michael TAY WISTALVAN LIBRARY CLUB President , . , , ......, . . . . . Doris Tubbs President ..,., . . . . . .... Rosemary Zimmerman Vice-President . . . . . .Louise Schilpp Vice-President . . . . ....... Nadine Manieri Secretary . . , , . Brenda Vogel Treasurer . . . . Margaret Kme Treasurer .......,.., ,.....,....,.... ..,. A l yce George Secretary .,.... . . . . ,,......... ...... M argaret Corisick First row, I. to r.: R. Lipsky, E. Caras. E. Daly, L. Barras, A. George, L. Schilpp, vice president: D. Tubbs, president: M. Parris, J. Barrar, C. Hatch. Second row: B. Shaw, D. Workman, B. Simpson, S. lrvin J. Gervais. S. Kruger, D. Williams, B. Griffith, Third row: C. Richards. J. Thompson, C. Helfrich, K. Deitz, M. Noel, A. Glarner, N. Alderfer. M. Sheldon. Fourth row: Miss Weimer. B. Levitt. 4 . First row, I. to r.: E. Theurer, D. Bruce. D. Malardo. M. Corasick treasurer: D. Burnstein. C. Subber. M. Lauria. N. Mills. D. Scavetta Second row: J. Sermattie. K. Shure, S. Peeney, A. Overtree, L. Jennings D. Hummell. K. Foster. S. Smith. Third row: Miss Brogan, Advisor E. Maxwell, S. Hewitt, J. Schemm, E. Duguid, C. Duguid, N. Manieri vice president: L. Terrell. lfotirlh row: B. Kinsler, W. Davis, J DeGeorge A, Rateraink. E. Peterson, L. Martin, J. Zarella. 62 I-Yrs! row, I. Io r.: A. Weisherg, li. Berman, M. Abbott. P. Penny- paclaer, li. Boppell. C. Schmidt. B, Bevilaequa, G. Hale. Second row. li. Hickman. l.. Karlson. B. Garber, C, Duguid. S. Vw'ray. R. Clause. J. Clrovola. ilihird row: Miss Kingsley. B. Price. Nl. Morrison. XV. Standring. M. Jenkins. l. Benn. l.. Newman. I-zrst row. I, to r.: G. Berger. treasurer: A. Rochelle. N. Newberr secretary: D. Burstein. vice president. Sutrmrl row: Mr. Oswad advisor: P. Baumgarten. president: J. l-lovis. C. Uebele. BEAUX ARTS President . . lirancis Boppell Vice-President Phyllis Pennypacker Secretary . . Carol Schmidt lreasurer Mary Abbott Advisor Miss lllivalaeth Kingslev VISUAL AIDS President . ,... .XVesley Vwleber Vice President . . Chris Christ SCiI'L'l?il'Y Bud Kauffman Advisor .lVlr. Vaughan Smith I President Vice- President Secretary . Advisor President . Yice President Advisor . . MUSICAL MASTERPIECES CHESS Paul Baumgarten Doran Burstein Nancy Newberry Nlr. Charles Oswald . John Rishel Jim Ross Nliss Cirunberg liirsl row. l. Io r.: XV. Prouty, S. Vlleizner. B, Kauffman. secretary: I'if0f7I row. I. Io r.: J. Mynders. G. Vfarner, D. Silverman. Secom XV. Vvleber. president: P. Cieckler. Seeomi row: G. Cherwinslti, J, row: liriedman. J. John. J. Ross, J. Rishel. Kalbach. J. Kennedy. R. Morton. P. Mollichella. Third row: VU. Hoffner, Ci. Daebeler. XV. Middleton. D. l.angel. First row, I. fo r.: R. Scavo. D, Scavetto, C. Garafolo, P. Atkinson, J. Butcherelli, I.. Moore, I. Staurakis, B. Swain, A. Fiorda. G. Kauf- man, C. l-aMon. M. Berger, A. Krupnick, J. Welch, S. Dicken, E. Theurer, J. DiStefano, J. Pede, G. McKinney, E. Skelly. C. Elko, P. Nickalo. Second row: R. Hilton, S. Tomalino, E. Cleary, P. Cross, I.. Jennings, E. Nickols. J. Melcorie, C. Vollmer. J. Rhodes. B. Batcher. J, Ginther. C. DelVecchio. B. Caputi, J. Tajerian. IE, Abrams. S. Davis. Third row: K. Poster. J, Gray, J. Pistorio. J. Vender. K. Ryan. S. Johnson, J, Praul. L. Burhard. I-. Eckersley. J, Jo, J. Thomas, I.. Terrell. B. Evans. C. Mcllirland, B. Ciarher, M. NVeizer. Fourth row: D. Cook. C. Braceland, S. Hewett, C, Sinko, P. Henry. Ci. Byers, G. Suplee, A. Brannagin, C. Scott, E. Shultz, A, Peckner. J. Fleming, N. Grimard. D. Schnipp, P. Schmitt, C. Steiner, RIFLE President . . . ,,... . . .Wallace Kinden Secretary , . . . . . . . . . . .... . . . .Janet Wagner Treasurer . . .........,..........,...,. Ralph 'XVerner Advisors . . . . .Mr. Charles XVood, Mr. Shenk. Mrs, Moore GIRLS' BOWLING President ..,.. . . , , ...... ..,... ,,... M a rilyn Berger Vice President Miriam Stevenson Secretary . . . ..,.,. Gail Byers Treasurer . . . . .Amelia Iiiorda Advisor . . Miss Matthews First row, I. to r,: Mr. Shenk, G. Sermattei, D. Lietz, A. Porte, I.. Tarnell I. Staurakfs, J. Wagner, secretary: W. Kinden, president: R. Warner treasurer: E. Williams, D. Priebe, L. Eckersley. J. Balis, Mr. Wood Second row: A. Raternink. S. McMillen. S. Smith. S. Mauntel, M Cayley, S. Smith, B. Row, P. Hinckley. J, Brown, D. Bell, E. I-lolmes J. Schmidt, R. Morton. R. XVilson. B, Johnson. 'Iihird row: M. Fisher R. Regester. H. Mulholland. D. West, D. Leathem. A. Myers. VJ, Ragan A, Geno, J. YVells. B, Artin, S. Markley. B. Snethen. 64 FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Iiirst row, I. to r.: l.. Balis. A. Rochelle, P, McClure. J. Barrar, C. Meckling, D. Scavetto, E. Caras. Treasurer: R. Passero, Secretary: F C. Westmau, President: R. W'eiss. Vice President: M. Jones. D. Adam. I UTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA C. Copper, L. Barras, R. Lipsky. Second row: Mrs. Abrams. XV. Lee, President A - ---- ' - - V V V V - ---i - Carole Xvesfmfm N. Alderfer. J. Rhodes, l. Starvakis. C. Vollmer, A. Nicalou, S. Vice President ,.Roberta Vfeiss Markley. T. Berardi. C. DelVecchio. B. Joly, D. MacKenzie. Third Secretary U Q MVEIMHE Cams row: I.. Sanner. M. Greenwald. J. Zarella, N. Manieri, M. Weddell. J. T R X P Talpey. C. Harrison. C. Singer. E. Tyrrell. Fourth row: A. Glarner, reasurer ' ' me assero E. Brockerman, D. Bruckner, N. Dunlop. C. Sinko, M. Rosenbloom. C. Duguid. J. Blackburn, K. Blaker, G. Vklert, lf. Olsen. J. Koontz. DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION FIRST AID AND SOCIAL SERVICE President ..... .... . . . . . . Francis Blankley President .... . . . . . . . Ardeth Cilarner Vice President . . . .Robert DeCecco Secretary-Treasurer .. Nadine Manieri Treasurer Bonnie Smith Secretary . . . . . Barbara Smith First row, I. lo ri: C. l7ertig. E. Brockerman. D. Adam. N. Manieri. First row. I. to r.: li. Contrisciani. B. Smith. B. Smith. C. Sanderson secretary: A. cilarner. president: P. Dietrich. l.. Barras, P. Yerger. Mr. Rhile. sponsor. Second row: B. lfnsminger. A. Saraceni. C. Platt Mrs. Pussy. advisor. Second row: J. Blaskavitz. D. Greene. J. Ben- B. l-lanshaw. F. Argentleri. J. Sarac:ni. Third row: B. DeCecco, J nung. D. Hill. J. Brooks. A. l.eddy. Thirtl row: S. lfenner. V. llauser. Brown. D. Nener, J. Grazer. li. Blanklev, J. Bell. B. Berger. I 65 x ,Tin fe . ,iff 47' "" a... ,sv 'N' -ou-. hu. ' -.Qt hers tutor for Mid-Years: the Agriculture lm t Aid Members d lurn how to make J bed: llurure Teac '- . Neff talks to the Leeuwenhoek Club: 'xrs lfirsl-Ai ers u Club on a trip to the State l3air: Mr enjoy their annual Christmas party. f,,o www... Vlihe Stardusters entertain at A lirench Club meeting: the l.ihrary Club plays a game: l7,T,A. goes on .1 field trip: thc library Club at their Christmas party: Refreshments afttr a French Club meeting. 67 , 7' f! Gmpall 0 UYT. V RSITY HOCKEY Fzrst row, I. to r,: J. Powell, C. Fraps, C. Hatch, S. Ralston. Terrey, M. Stevenson, S. Hinneburg, P. McCormick, E. Rossman captain: G. Clair, B, Singleton, D. Martin. Second row: G. B. Hart, L. Lenhard, E. Newton, J. Davis, A. Statzel. , , , SCHEDULE This year s Varsity Hockey team sparked by Sandy Ralston, Captain, and Loey Lenhard, UD. Opp Most Valuable Player, came through with a . , , Lower Menon . , . . O 6 record of three wins, three ties, and two defeats. R d 3 The Royal Sticksters held Lansdowne to a l-l 3 not "" A ' 3 tie in a fast-moving game. Though they were Haverford - A - - 4 0 downed by Swarthmore 3-2, the girls made a Shawn Hill .. 5 0 fine showing in spite of the steady downpour. Lansdowne , 4, 1 1 Coach Eliiableth Vgfilliamsf says prospects for Yeadon M 0 0 nelxt year oo goo with our returning letter Nomswwn I E 1 U winners. Swarthmore , . . 2 5 U.D.'s hockey squad rushes the goal in an attempt to score. of Lat :-, - P'-' v-"" ,,,,4"' N5 v W UA 'PY T " W' T' ' ' l With seven returning lettermen, the Purple and Gold managed to wind up a fairly impressive season with four wins, three losses, and two ties. Coach Arthur Purcell reported that the hardest fought game was against Lower Merion even though the final score was 33-6, their favor. The season was highlighted by the Annual Thanksgiving Day game with Haver- ford. The Royals tied the score with a thrilling TD in the last few minutes of play. At the end of the season the team members selected Rich Mus- tardo and Mike Haywood as co-cap- tains. Rich was also selected Most Valuable Player. Dick Struck was chosen by area coaches and sports- writers as AllfSuburban right tackle. I 'I T f 'FT"'.1 'Mi 'E TT' F 1 1? 77 - . ' ' .5 e .. T- I 2 , ' ':, . ,, ' J. V , Q., ' A. .. E. L, i ,f....4 Top The referee unscrambles the pile to see who has the balll Bottom Bartram The tackler missed and Spence Videon is good for a touchdown. Dick Mostardo starts to pass as Kaplan runs up to block looks glum as U.D. advances, I I 75 Lynch and Cxisel lead the Harriers to victory. The varsity crosses the line in a dramatic finish. Under the leadership of the new head coach, Mr. Carl Hedstrom, the Harriers finished an undefeated Cross Country season, copping the Suburban A and District I Championship and taking eighth in the State Cham- pionship at Penn State College. To start the season off Art Palenschat won the Novice race. A-.rC'hosen by their teammates for captain of the year and.. most valuable runner were George Cuisel and D1s1QHyai.heS, respectively. Dick Haines and Art Palenschatf aresco-holders of the U.D. Cross Country course reqorldflwhich they broke in the Chester Meet. K "f , ' get : V-,B - 1 New ,I f 'Y SCHEDULE U.D. Lower Marion . . . . 20 Abington ........ . . 15 Ridley Township . . . . . I5 Haverford ..,.. . . 1 8 Cheltenham . . . . . Z0 Norristown . . . . l9 Chester .....,............. l 5 District l Championships 8111 Place Penn State Championships. lst Place Marcus Hook. Opp 39 50 50 37 42 43 50 l7irsl row, I. lo r.: H. Miller, D. Lynch, W. Conrad, C. Haines. Second row: Nlr. E. Strange, J. Clarke ClVlgr.Q. Gisel fCaptain,J, B. McCann. A. Palenschat, li. Cwross, D. D. Mitchum llVlgr.J, lvlr. C. Hedstrom 4xHead Coachl. ge 7- "' UNIOR ARSITY CROSS COU TRY First row, I. to r.: Tyson, Case, Luciano, Lang, Caras, Bozzi, Mitchum. Third row: Mr. Swartz, Daebeler, Hughs, Weaver, Miller, Tarti, Plister, Lake, Lasco, Hinkley. Second Bahm, Bonnie, Middleton, Cole, Ross, Beseth. Mazzi, Arm- row: Harrington, Peck, Cass, Oncay, Berwick, Delmar, John, strong, Litivin, Sabatino, Kennedy. Brown, Snyder, Mr. Archer, Taylor. McVeigh, Montgomery, Rogers. Wollman. Bernardino. SCHEDULE U.D. Lower Merion . . . . Abington .,.,.,. . , , 1 Ridley Township . . . . . . ' Haverford ,..... . . , Cheltenham . . . , . . Norristown . . . . . Chester .,,.....,,... . . . District I Champions. Opp. 48 50 50 50 50 50 50 The Junior Varsity Cross Country season was as sucf cessful as the varsity's, Under the guidance of Mr. John Swartz, the Jayvee Harriers won the Suburban A and District I Championships. In the Districts, the second place team lost to U.D, by 100 points. Wayne Conrad, a junior, won the Districts for Upper Darby. He was also captain for the Districts. John Caras, a junior, and John Lasco, a sophomore, are good prospects for the coming year. Bob Miller was also an asset to the team. To sum up the season, they were undefeated. Almost all of their wins were shutouts. W9 X!,,..f,-f- it, J.V. District Champs: Miller. Caras. Art Palenschat receives the Novice Kennedy. Bonney, Conrad. and Cup from Mr, Edson Strange. Bahm, 77 First row, I, Io r.: B. McNally. D. Lodge, R. Graham, W. Turn- row: Mr. Jackson, E. Robinson, W, Ramer, B. Meyer R ier, G. Burke, E. Kaloudis, E. Shaw, R. Waag. D. Wetherill, Gilbert, J. Ritchie, W, Harold, C. Lake, XV, Lorenz, C. Schnell Second row: R, Abrams, J. Korsh, D. Di Anarthy, T. Lyons, J. D. Smith. Trimble, K. Clarke, A. Saxon, W. Winter, C. Furlow. Third SCHEDULE UD, OPP. The Royal Booters, coached by Mr. Albert Hill School .. .. .. 2 l B. Jackson, and captained by Gerry Burke, Girard College - -V 0 3 had a very successful season, winning nine, LOYVU Menon -- 1 losing two, and tying one. They took the Abington ,... . . J O - r - Cheltenham E A H A 5 1 Suburban I Championship by defeating Haverford , H W 0 3 Lower Merion, who were the defending Lower Mcrion ,. .. 1 1 champions. On November l5, the Royal Abington --'- A ' 1 O Booters did it again. They became Eastern Cheltenham . . . . . 3 l R - Ch - b f r P Haverford in 1 0 egional ampions y de eating equea Northam H 0 1 Valley 2-l, in a second half rall . Jim . . . . V . Episwpal . ........ 1 0 Ritchie, one of the few returning varsity lgrijflfanf --'--- 4 0 players, was elected the Most Valuable Player ampions lp ames: ' Kennett Square .... 2 l by hls teammates. Pequea Valley ..... 2 l In the scuffle, Ed Kaloudis protects our goal by kicking the "Heads up" ball is being played by Richard Graham and ball away from his opponent. Bruce McNally in one of our soccer games. Q 3 ' -or gt 2 1 ggi j .A . 'I S iz ,y 'x ' .f '. 2 i ft., .P 2 li. is i :Ea ,Z. .1 ...ff rl ,Z a, f '11 .H Ts--. The referee has a point but the opponent looks doubtful Charles Turnier and Barrie Ray use teamwork to keep while Barrie Ray keeps out of the argument. possession of the ball. I --N "The stirring fact that springs from the past SCHEDULE ' "2 season is the realization that from this squad U4D' Qpp i B "will come the fellows who will continue to lead EPiSC0PHl A 2 0 Upper Darby on to many more varsity Cham- Havfffofd V A 4 1 Cheltenham . . 3 3 pionships, and make our team one to be feared on the soccer field. We were tied too many Abington .. .,. 2 0 I Lower Merion ,, , l l times by teams we should have beaten badly, Haverford N in 4 0 but this fact makes better varsity players. Lower Haverford School . , . 1 1 Merion spoiled two J.V. seasons-they Won't Ridley TOWHSNP 1 1 do it again. This was a J.V. squad of good- ilgflmnham ' ' ' ' 3 HJ H t ..,,.. . maybe great-future athletes, says coach Loxli Olfderion O 2 Richard Kromer. Hill School g g A A 6 5 Firsf row. I. Io r.: P. Timminey, E, DclRossi. H. Mosser. R. Ryan, C. Vifeil. Third row: Mr. Kromer, K. Baldwin, B. Case. Wilson, B. Ray, F. Vanl.eer, D. Priestly, R. Farmery, W. C. Frick, D. I-larkins, W. Hamilton, T. Grifhth, R. Werner. Secberger. Second row: W. Marshman. R. Cherwinski, C. R. Dagdigian,C, Gerzik,NV. Chambers, Surbcr, R. Jones, H. Turnier, W. Jamieson, B. Holleran. R, 5 3 Q , . E? 7 9 - U.D.'s varsity basketball team of '56 will long be remembered as one of the best ever to play for our school. Led by the Hbig Three," McCann, Ritchie, and Struck, the Royals set a record of nineteen wins and two defeats. XVe will always remember the many exciting moe ments which passed as Upper Darby led the score, usually by twenty points. The Stamus- men elected East Delco stars Jim Ritchie and Bob McCann as captains at the end of the season. Upper Darby will always be able to recall with pride, the class of l956's contribution to outstanding basketball achievement. y. Ritchie racks one up. ag V if A , i "A " l' . J- UD Opp. UD Opp, I ' Haveiford Sch. 69 32 Haverford . . . 69 53 I f "al Lansdowne . 70 62 Lower Merion 64 53 p .TBQXQE . . . . . 91 35 Chester . , . . 60 77 ff Y I 1 M Norristown .. 76 65 X ' . Kiwanis Iotzrnamenl Cheltenham P 99 48 7' ' . Haverford 74 51 Abington p 4 87 51 4 x Y- Lansdowne . 74 33 Ridley Twp. Q 76 52 f 1' -W Springfield 7- 69 45 Haverford 79 56 ' ' . - Lower lVlerion 59 54 f Norristown 99 59 Chester 72 79 Cheltenham ,. 87 52 ' Abington . 69 60 At the Palestra Ridley Twp. . 67 52 Coatesville .. 7l 76 L. to r.: J. Ritchie, R. Conway. R. Struck, l., Shiffer. ll. Sandell, G. Becker, A. Pizzi, NV. Wagner. R. McCann, G. Gisel, R. Mostardo. D. Beseth. R. Villiger, T. Oncay, Manager. 80 Struck in .1 jump shot as McCann looks on. The whole team gangs up on Bok. Another goal for U. DH ws hope. Dick Struck Prob Nicflann .lim Rilchlc 81 A tense moment in the game as R. Wilson tries for a free shot. 'mn BF' A, 5 mi' UNICR VARSITY BASKETBALL Us i .ij - if rj A RR The Junior Varsity Basketball squad was one of the A'surprises" of Upper Darby's winter sport season, With everyone on the team in- experienced, no one had much hope for the team's success. However, the end result showed that out of eighteen games played, thirteen were won and only five were lost. The big moment of the season came when the Royals beat the Chester Clippers by a score of 45 to 38. Coach Hedstrom believes the team to be excellent ma- terial for U.D.'s varsity next year. Front row, I. Io r.: B. Goldberg, R. Kauffman, R. Kazanjian, SCHEDULE Haverford School . A . Springiield .,... . Lansdowne . . Bok .,.... . Norristown . , Cheltenham ,,.. Abington ..,.,... . Ridley Township .... Welz, R. Wilson, C. Vogelsong, J. White, Mr. Carl S, Haley. E. Hedstrom. Second row: G. Carter, W, Olsen, R. U.D. Opp. 29 55 34 29 51 46 37 40 48 40 40 34 44 33 '54 23 Haverford .... . Lower Merion . . . Chester ...... . . Norristown . , . . Cheltenham . , , . . Abington ..,.... . . Ridley Township .... Haverford ....... . . Lower Merion . . . . . Chester ....... . . J. Likens, C. Weil, T. Saxe, R. Jamison 6315 34 82 JU IOR ARSITY BASKETBALL 'df .e 136 41-,ft I! N we , x I FB Margie Butler, Jill Schmucker, and Lorrie Hamilton wait expectantly to see whether it's a goal. Upper Darby's Junior Varsity team came through the season with flying colors. The courtsters were the proud winners of eight games out of eight played. Miss Reimann, coach, said, "Prospects for next year are encouraging even though we did receive some good breaks-the girls really hustledf' Miss Reimann also said that the J.V.sters' undefeated season could be attributed not only to splendid participation but also to the effort on each girl's part at practice. from row, I. to r.: J. Davis, C. McCook, P. Dawkins, M, Luckenbach, L. Hamilton, lvl. Butler. Second row: . , N fr 83 Q 4 9 SCHEDULE U.D. Opp Ridley . . . . 52 21 Norristown . . . . 52 13 Lansdowne . , 69 42 Radnor ... .. 72 21 Haverford .... . . 49 31 Lower Merion , . . . . 21 9 Swarthmore . . . . 38 23 Springneld . . . . . 28 14 B. Ersek, M. Lorenz, I,. Weaver. P. Smith, J. Hawkins, J. Schmucker, D. Martin, L. Laib. ARSITY BASKETBALL Loey Lenhard and Donna Hill, basketball co-captains, talking to Sherrill Hinneberg, girls' sports editor. U,D.'s Varsity Basketball team, paced by Donna Hill and Lois Lenhard, co-captains, came through with a 6-2 record. Overcoming a very large casualty rate, the girls made a fine showing all season, losing the Radnor game by one basket and the Lower Merion game by one point. All the players agreed the two best games of the '56 season were with Springfield and Swarthmore, for "everyone worked with a little extra effort," said Donna Hill, The season came to a gay finish with a party at manager Franne Farrell's house where Donna Hill was chosen most valuable player, SCHEDULE U.D. Opp. if C I Ridley .,.... , . . 56 41 Norristown . . , . , , 60 23 lk Lansdowne . . . , 6l 48 9' Radnor ... ... 48 50 Haverford .,.. , . . 54 37 Lower Merion . . . . . 38 39 Swarthmore , , . . . . 54 48 iii. Springtield . . . . . 49 37 W lfront row, I. lo r.: M. Brooker, E. Rossman, D. Hill, Farrell, A. Statzell, E. Hart, C. Armstrong. ll. Olson, L. Lenhard, E. Daly, S. Ralston, Second row: ff. N. Grady, 84 lfran is fhccking thc score to make sure wc won. Pncforc the game. Miss Vi'illiiams gives pointers to the team Donna Hill .ittcmpts to shoot .is thrcc opponents movc in. ois lxnhard gets thc tap. Bully llarl gets ofl' .1 long one. Donna Hill. high scorer. in action. 85 VARSITY SWIMMI G Rf in Front row, I. to r.: A. Carter and C. Harrison, Co-captains. Back row: S. Hinneburg, Manager: M. Huebner, J. Powell, E. Michael, P, Baker. Duguid, N. Layton, B. Swaim, B. Newton. K. Shaw. J .-0-o-1 -,CL o sz. SCHEDULE ' QQ?" ' Qi' up. opp, 5 lf"Lincoln . . . . . 34 32 JL ' ,, . Norristown . . . 38 28 -f' Lower Merion . . , 29 37 Coatesville . . . . 44 l9 Haverford , . . . , 30 36 J Bartram ..... . , 51 15 .-gz-ggijz Abington ..,. . . 44 Z2 0 P.l.A.A, Meet . . . . 2nd place F5 The varsity swimming team finished its season with a record of live wins, two losses, and second place in the P.l.A.A. meet. Carolyn Harrison scored many points for U.D. in freestyle races. Margie Huebner and Jann Powell, div- ers, contributed greatly to the team's success. The U.D. mermaids really practiced three d at the Mid- city Y.M.C.A. Under the leadership of their co-captains Carolyn Harrison and Ann Carter and advice from Miss Mari- lyn K. Hughes, coach, the girls devel- oped good swimming form. 86 Margie Huebner in a back dive. Co-captains Harrison and Carter ready for the frec- style event, Iinn I owell, varsity diver, .1 jack-knife. Berman and Mackenhe in JU IOR VARSITY SWIMMING ,ii f Q A i"""g!n'A Front row, I. to r.: E, Tyrrell, J. DeVitis, C. Fraps, C. Singer, E, Fulton. C. Mackenzie. Back row: S. Churchill, manager: G. Buescher, B. Mason, C, Rife. J. Vonderae. C. Duguid. E. Fitz, J, Berman. The Junior varsity swimming team. coached by Miss Marilyn K. Hughes, made a record of two wins and two losses. At each meet, a different girl was chosen as captain to lead the girls. The mermaids practiced regularly at the Mid- city Y.M.C.A., attended all the meets, and built up the spirit and morale of the swimmers. They gave unselfishly of their time and energies to support and promote this sport. ' ilfw SCHEDULE U.D. Opp. -1...--, I,incoln . . 28 37 Norristown ,. 39 30 V Q , I,ower Merion , . Zl 50 , .' 5 4 1 Abington ..,.... f . . I lg 1' ya ,QI f .W 4 I paws 25 . ,. X I O 1. Q - A f 52.45547 1 Q. U! 14 4 F ' -'O -J . X ' Alf! , il! if Xp i U free -style. 'Tia 87 ,Lafif 0 5 Vxfaag, looking ferocious. Huntsman wins again. Co-captains Snyder and Costa. g SCHEDULE XX U.D. Opp. in 28 Zl ff, .t Bryn Athyn . , 5 Q Hill School . . 19 I6 A 'j' H5 , ' Norristown , . . 39 'S ffQif7lLa'L a " , Lower Merion 35 IO ,V 3' f 'if 7 Cheltenham , '53 l Z 'J Haverford . . 31 lO Valley Forge . . 29 8 Abington . . 7:8 8 Lansdowne . . . . . ZZ I8 District I Champ.--First Place Suburban Champ.--First Place Regional Champ.vBob Costagliola. Ronnie Fordham This year's wrestling team was one of the finest teams Upper Darby ever had. Through hard work and superb coaching U,D, went ahead to win their ten meets, which crowned them Suburban Cham- pions. The grapplers went on to win the Dis- tricts, having four district champions: Ron Ford- ham, Bob Costagliola, Alan Huntsman, who was also selected outstanding wrestler: and Dennis Lee, a district champ for two years. U.D. entered four men in the Regional Championship and sent Bob Costagliola and Ron Fordham to the State Hnals. The Co-Captains, who spurred the team to victory, were Bill Snyder and Bob Costagliola. Front row, l. lo r.: Ronald Fordham, D. Lee, VJ, Snyder, Billie. T. Harkins, W. Clausen, C. Boyd, A. Huntsman, C. R. Costagliola, Robert Fordham, F. Sgro. Second row: C. McClain, J. Korsh, R. Vyfaag. Mr. Bernardino, Coach. 88 Mr. l,oeb and Mr. "B" look them over. Reverend and lVlrs, Dawkins, L D s 'No l YOOICYS. The junior varsity wrestlers are being depended upon to carry the load of next year's season. They are expected to take over where our District Cham- pions left off. According to the coach, Peter Berna- SCHEDULE dino, they show quite a bit of promise. The men Y they are counting on to carry on are Wellington I LD' OPP' Lee, Don Lusciano, Bill Hamilton, Bill Stevenson, Lflwf Mmm' c 38 6 Dick Osman, Brandle Mason, and Carl Boyd. HM Sfhool ' ' ' 8 3? Even though the J.V. grapplers only had four Haverford ' 24 19 Cheltenham ll 6 meets, they won all but one, and in winning they swamped the opposing teams. Upper Darby feels sure that with these promising boys we shall again go on to be District Champions in 1957. lfronl row, I, lo r.: C. Belefonte, T. Griflith. VV, Hamilton, NV. Dil.ornczo. Second row: G. Lowry. B. Kauffman. B. Mason .nl ' ' go m 1 Q WW? Y? f,,?g,,,? we? ff.-Y!! , - wr. R. McCloskey. N395 R. Osman, 'i5f5Y' .v if This year, as every year, the story of the rifle team was that of success and victory. They finished their season undefeated and were District l and Regional Champions. They took third place in the state championship, being defeated by Munhall High School. Anthony Geno, captain, guided the team to its many victories. The advisor was Mr. Wood. asf sisted by Mr. Shenk and Mrs. Moore. This year Harry Mulhullin was the manager for the sharp- shooters. Mr, Vilood examines a target. Jane Carson and Vv'ally Kinden ready to shoot, Eckersly, Schmidt, Starrakis, Carson, and Kinden on the firing line. SCHEDULE U.D. Opp. West Catholic , . . . 498 492 Prendergast . . . A . 498 490 Lower Merion , . . 500 493 Doylestown . , . . . 497 491 Upper Dublin . , . , . 497 488 Yeadon ..., ,, 497 481 T lnterboro ,. . . 497 492 l Quakertown , 500 491 l Abington .. ,.. .,,..,,.... 498 492 T Regionals, Ephrata ......,.... 498 494 State Championship--Third 4 lfronl row, I, to r.: W. Kinden, K. Kyle, D. Bell, L. Second row: H. Mulholland, D, Leathem, Mr. Wood. Eckersly, M. Ciayley, J. Wagner, J. Brown, J. Schmidt. XV. Ragan, T. Geno, Captain: W, Elliot, R. Werner. U.D.'s cheerleading squad, captained by Dor's Tubbs and Franne Farrell, did a Wonderful job in promoting school spirit and boosting team morale. The girls cheered at football, basketball, and baseball games and also at pep rallies, class assemblies, and the Purple and Gold Tag Night. Girls are elected to the squad on the basis of smiles, rhythm, pep and cheerleading ability. The squad is capably supervised by Mr. Charles Brooke of the history department, The game has been won and before the fans leave, the cheerleaders ' lead them in ,our Alma Mater. ,R Nancy West, U.D.'s mascot, flirts as she poses with our co- ,,' , 4, f,4:,.5!1f"tE U captains, Doris Tubbs and Franne Farrell. " 't i'i' A. Z ' , , ., 1 Ill., if ,"f'ff'vf?'fj!ff'zc'f -4 " fi H' ff!! . I in , .vf ,, ,, ,111 , q , JL' l f 1' .V " NN11 ,, aj , . , ,N , ,N Jai-, -L , .h , , iff? '- - LU' . .' e M ' fc Af ' 'K QE ,' A - , , ,- a I , A f' A-m 1 .. . H- ,v I, if 617k , 1 V J? L ,ff . ' I C 'X lf ff' "1.'f' 7 1' ,fl Q! L' 'iff' ' .1 ' ff '1, 4 .- " ',. 'i ' ' by txgv, A5 J I ,Q ,e ,.- 5-' , . - , .... . f v - 7 ' 113411 ,f 7 , - i ' ' -, 5 A ' 'X I . J- - e ' '. , , , . ' 1' M-I-f'AJ ' -' -In ' f, 1 s,,i - I, 1 - ' ff ., -. " 1 " , 1 I lf , , if. iw ' I 4 V 51 I f f f ' J- V '- N , . 1 . up 1 f e i L , 1 4 .Nr '- 1 . 2 1 . iF,. 'i , , J 'J Luv Ms' I gl ja cw-QI I g.Q...:f f ' X ' ' X' It - v A, V '!7 ,ii , , S, ' .1 ,xf4.w" - 1'- . "V X ki lr ! 1 , 4 . 4 f-c 1' 'Tw L, " ,f ' ' - .vvqflirri Kneeling, I. to r.: D. Tubbs CCofcaptainJ, N. West CMas- Adelizzi, B. Evans, N. Grady, J. Gervais cotl, F. Farrell QGO-captainl. Standing: G. Clair, M. C. McCook, M, Lorenz, B. Trimble. ,f ' 91 + TTI From row, I. to r.: R. Haines, J. Pittinos. W. Ramer. VJ. Snyder, T. Jefopoulos. R. Kaplan, A. Saxon, J. Trimble, A. Palensehat G. Becker, R. Franco. Second row: F. Gross, W. Conrad, B Mason. J. Caras, R. Gilbert. W. Ginnodo. D. Kniley, S. Videon A. Walton. L. Sharp. Third row: D. Lake, C, Snell. R. White J. Grosso, H. Miller, J. Bahm. J. Salvucci, W. Shoettle, W Halleran. G. Tyson, Mgr. Fourth row: W. McVeigh. C. VJeil. D, Gentner, J. Higgens. J. John, P. Lewis, W. Comfort, W. Baldwin, W. Hearne, J. Mynders, Mgr. Fiflh FOLD! Holm, J. Lasco, C. Belefonte, W. Seeburger, J. Hartman. J. Kern, Ci. Murray, J. Porter. Sixth row: J. Ross, D. Castracane, G, Gerhart, A. Rein, C. Voglesong, W. Adams. SCHEDULE Haverford Ridley Township and Cheltenham Lower Merion Relays Norristown Penn Relays Chester Delco Meet Lower Merion Suburban Championships in Norristown Chester Streamline Nleet Valley Forge Military Academy District No. l Championships Stare Meel, Penn State , V' , 1 r '- Q r r ,., ' - ' 1 . ,f 1.1! '- '. 4 .V Q , -Y , ' .5 y, ,.f' f A 2 5 ' , r. f , ..,e,,, . . . , if N.'ili?wb,,rl1... - A P , ,Q A " M Cworge Becker and Dick Kapfan off toiaigcrodlstart in the ZZO. ' I Saxon, Becker, Bahm and DiSylvestro in the 440. , i fl , ,.. ' I f- ,f ' Dick Cahill flings the discus as Coaches Purcell and Jackson look on Fd Cocco in a thrilling finish in the Norristown meet. With many returning vets, U.D.'s track outlook for '56 is bright. Dick Kaplan and Ed Cocco will lead the sprinters with help from Larry Sharp and Don Cientner, while Bill Snyder and Tim Jefopoulos will take care of the hurdles. Tops in the quarter mile are John Bahm, Art Saxon, and George Becker. Bill Sabatino, Fran Ciross, and Wayne Conrad will run the 880, with Dick Haines and Art Palenshat scor- ing in the mile. Dick Cahill is expected to handle the shot put and discus, While Wayne Ramar is tops in throwing the javelin. Cappy Will and Don Gentner are broad jumpers, and Brandle Mason and Joe Trimble are expected to hit the IOM foot mark in pole vault. With such a promising squad, there are high hopes for a thinclad title at U.D. Bill Sabatino out in front in the 880: Saxon Sabatino Palenschat and Bahm UD s mile relay team: Brandle Mason, one of our excellent polevaultcrs With three captains, Ritchie, Shiffer, and Sandell, the U.D. sluggers promised to be a team of leaders. Practice began in the gym in early March, and the team moved out- doors as warmer weather approached. The Royals got off to an excellent start, winning their first three games. Terry Oncay and Erve Sandell could be found regularly at the mound along with Dick Struck, Dick Semel, and George Miller. Coach Carson Thompson thinks that this is one of Upper Darby's best rounded teams. April April April April April April April April May May May May May May May May May SCHEDULE 3... .,...... The bench during a tense moment: Jim R i t c h i e ready to lake a cut. . . .Springfield . . . .Yeadon . . . . . . .Chester . . . . . Norristown . . . . ,Lower Merion . . . .Ridley Township . ...,. Cheltenham . . .Haverford . . . .Abington , , . . . , .Chester . . . .Lansdowne . . . . . ,Norristown . . . Lower Merion . . . .Ridley Township . . . . . Cheltenham . . Haverford . . . ,Abington Front row, I. Io r.: Conway, Mostardo, Gisel, Shiffer, Ritchie, McCloskey, Fritz, Dienineger, Gustafson, Lubking. Fourfh Sandell, Oncay, Struck, Wagner. Second row: Villiger, Semel, row: Coach Thompson, Klekotka, Cherwinski, Harrison, Rosen- DeStefano, Miller, Luciano, Harral, Christman, Pizzi, Meyer, blum, Rogers, Good, Mooney, Mr, Socia, Mr. Leslie, assistants. Carter. Third row: Hughes, Abrams, Lee, Simcox, Williams, 94 Rode, taking a lead off third in the l..M. game. Rishel about to deliver. April April April April April April April April May May May May May May May May May JU IOR VARSITY BASEB LL SCHEDULE 3... ..... 5.. 9.. 12.. 16... 19... 23... 26.. 3... 7 . 8 .. 10 .. 14... 17 ,. 21.. 24 .. 28 .. . , .Springfield . . . .Yeadon . . . . .Chester . . . . .Norristown . . ,Lower Merion .Ridley Township . . . . .Cheltenham , . .Haverford . . . .Abington . . . . .Chester . . . .Lansdowne . . . . Norristown . . Lower Merion Ridley Township . . , . Cheltenham ., Haverford . . . Abington 1 -f' -EQ '4 --- A x7 ' pls A, J 7' o 'l"cX iw I 'flf' -- J-"'-'M 'B qi ,f-. i Upper Darby High's 1956 Junior Varsity Baseball team got off to a sluggish start. They hit a stretch of very wet weather and then lost their first game 3-7. The boys rallied quickly though, coming home from the Norristown game with a 13-5 victory under their belts. The J.V. coach, Mr. Joseph Rhile, says that even though it is early in the season the prospects look very good for the rest of this year and for next year's varsity squad. 4 I Q, w First row, I. to r.: Mr. Rhile. coach: Burns. XVilson. Kirkpatrick. White, Cwreninger. Rishcl, Albanese. Massey, liarmery, Van Leer Goldman, Stein, Wilson, Fotiou. Anderson, Middleton, D'Ora- Kelly, Guzik, Brown, McNally. Fourlh row: DelRossi, Marsh Zio. Baldwin, manager. Second row: Fields, Hause. Tashie. man, Rode. Wray, Werner, Warner. Weinstein. Walsh. Williams Case, Mollichella, Bloom, Hughes, Sewell, Matson. Third row: Trapnell. 95 TENNIS Carol Armstrong, second singles: Captain Elly Duguid, nrst singles: Loey Lenhard, third singles. Rv f I, a E llglm ue? f ffm - CQ' CD Kneeling, I. to r.: L. Lenhard, C. Duguid, M. Stevenson, M. Noel, E. Duguid, S. Kruger, C. Armstrong, N. Grady, B. Singleton, manager. Standing: F. McCormick, manager: M. Deere, J. Kaplan, J. Hawkins, J. Schmucker, B. Hart, A. Stazel. S. Ralston, C. McCook, L. Weaver, Mrs. Neilsen, Coach. The girls' tennis team, coached for the first time this year by Mrs. Dorothy Nielsen, began practicing early in April. The girls were hin- dered from the start by inclement weather. The fact that they had to share the courts with the boys made it diflicult for them to hold adequate practice. However, the girls will be trying to bring a successful season home to U.D. The team members elected Eleanor Duguid to serve as captain. April April April April April May May May May GIRLS' TENNIS - T CDL ls CO .ef A 6 "' . . .,........,.. Cheltenham Lower Merion . , . Conestoga . . . Haverford . . . .Springneld . . .Abington . . . . . .Radnor ,. Norristown . . .Lansdowne April April April April May May May May May May riff -' - ff: if ,E 3 Kneeling, l. lo r.: Steve Watchorn, Bernard Berman, William Icenhower. Standing: Mr. McConnell, Robert Brown. manager: Paul Harkins. George Daebeler, Richard Shenk, Peter Harkins, David Lynch, captain: Mr. Jackson. BOYS' TENNIS .,.Cheltenham . . Lower Merion . . , .Haverford , . . ,Springfield . . .Abington ,.......Radnor . . . ........ Norristown , . . . .LansdownefAldan , , . ..... District Singles, and Doubles. Norristown State Championship, Penn State As early as March the boys' tennis squad began practice with running, calisthenics, and rope jumping, as well as serving and volleying in the gym. Coach McKinley Stevens aided many inexperienced boys in the fundamentals of the game in preparation for future teams. He was aided by Mr. Ralph McConnell and Mr. Albert Jackson. Captain Dave Lynch played first singles, while Peter and Paul Harkins, a twin junior combination, played second and third singles. Manager Bob Brown kept all records and took care of other team details. Paul and Peter Harkins, second and third singles. Captain Dave Lynch. Hrst singles. Steve Vv'atchorn and George Daebeler. doubles. Ace McCann racks up another one for U.D.: this is the makes another basket: Loey Lenhard, U.D.'s best girl way we take the ball down the Held: Rich Mostardo, athlete: getting ready for a J.V. game: Mary Brooker one of U.D.'s most versatile athletes: Margie Luckenbach awaits the rebound. 98 An intramur l a basketball game: Captain Geno and Mr Wood after a rifle match: before a J.V. soccer game: the victorious cross-country squad: Alan Huntsman downs his opponent: U.D. goes after the ball. O9 2' nfvf' fs' 1 "' In ,Nil -. I. ' CII. l I n-' ' u g ' ' "'.'e1 ' "' 'ra 0 lou .1 . 'og' AI- 0 , 1 Q.. .., "'I'.1's'fo .'uo.0 n o . ,wus 0' O ':., 'lOs . -, 9 ,I 'I 'Q . . I ",,,,l Q':o. l'f' v"n .Dn'l' s". lvl 1, I f-4,1 . ,'1, ,Q . 1" .',g,".','.n0 o','.o,, ,s1.,...",unslo lA....nl ' C 00 . nil.. 1 - , u sk' 'o9" ' 5 ' ' 0 ' 0 n"'o 0 t .,o,'. . .'rx,'.' ,' 1 u 9 ' '.sn, al ,vs, v.. I I 4 1 o an u .- .- '1 Q. ll ,..ca , 's,ns. .gl 1 . ,.or.0-o Q 1 3- - .,. 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CLASS ADVISOR MISS JULIA MILLER During Miss Miller's three years as one of the advisors to the class of l956, she has been a constant 'Aport in the storm." With a quietness and surety that inspired confidence in all of us she Went about solv- ing our many problems. On her many trips from the Home Economics department to the Senior Office she always had a cheery hello for all of her many senior friends. For never ceasing energy on our behalf, and patient understanding at all times We will always remember Miss Julia Miller. 5E3'i'f, .W X xigil .5 A ' i 'ii I , L ,' 1 Z 'Ji ff I -a Miss Miller, our class advisor, gives instructions in cooking to Bob McCann, Mike Lacktman, Tim Jefopoulos, and Don Hughes. 102 . r' , 0" aff I 1 ,N---0 if - 'Q -f-- ' A ff M,-rg ip- , ' f-"'f:S'cA lf' ,ff i-f-aff, ' , P a l'f.-,- nj, ' '15, ff W l -' 1 ' fff B., f f X 3, , 5 ,, X if ' .41 f -R, 2 ,f, ,W , . , f 1 I X . 5 V .I xx N fv ,X X Xie O as ZX" .ff JXX iii Mr. Roy NVolfgang has an interview with Mike Haywood about college entrance, H53 CLASS ADVISOR MR. ROY WOLFGANG Mr. Roy W. Wolfgang has put in many long hours to insure the success of the Class of 1956. He was one who guided us through our three years "on the hill." Mr. Wolfgang was always ready to lend a helping hand to us when- ever any emergency arose. From our Sophomore Magazine Campaign to our Senior Play, Mr. Wolfgang's calm quiet guidance and continuing wisdom have been the reason for the class' Hnancial success. Mr. Wolfgang will be remem- bered, by our class, as a helpful and inspirational leader. L. to r.: Phyllis Dietrich, histori'an: Bob DeStefano, treasurer: Richard Kaplan, president: Timothy Jefopoulus, vice presideni: Ann Carter, secretary. Bob DeStefano, Treasurer: Phyllis Dietrich, Historian: Dick Kaplan, President: Ann Carter, Secretary: Tim Jefopoulus, Vice President. 104 Our class oflicers not only lead the Class of l956 well, but they are leaders in other activities as well. Dick Kaplan, our president, has dis- tinguished himself in football and track, the Hi-Y, student council, on the Hi-Q team, and in a host of other activities. Tim Jefopoulos, vice president, has likewise seen service in foot- ball, track, and I-li'Y. Ann Carter, diminutive secretary, has served well on the Acorn. in hockey and swimming, in numerous clubs and committees. Bob DeStefano, treasurer, partici- pated in football and baseball, as well as in music and committee activities. Phyllis Dietrich, class historian, has been most active in our dramatics and in club and committee work, These busy people have found ample time, however, to per- form their class duties well. First rote. 1. to r.: E. Caras. A. Carter, D. Tubbs. P. T. Jefopoulus. B. Vv'aag, B. Costa, R. Conway, D. Dietrich. A. George. I. Siegfried. M. Brooker. L. Len- Struck. A. Palenschat. B. DeStefano. D, Kaplan. hard. A. Marshman. Nl. Adelizli. M. Miller. Second row: With the beginning of the school year the 1956 executive committee went to work, meet- ing every Monday morning before school. They met with their class officers and advisors to dis- cuss the matters pertinent to their class. Much of the credit for the seniors' successful dances and play, The Vlfoulcl Be Gentleman. be- longed to the hard Working executive commit- tee members who headed most of the minor committees necessary to the promotion of class productions. Besides the duties mentioned above, this come mittee also helped the Mothers' Group complete the preparations for the party given the seniors at the end of the year. On Memorial Day they placed wreaths on the plaques at the front enf trance. One of their most outstanding events af the year was the entertaining of Foreign Ex- change Students from nearby schools. Their last spurt of work for the class of '56 was in trying to make the Senior Final an occasion to be remembered by all that attended. Dick Kaplan conducting a regular meeting of the Executive Committee l05 MOST POPULAR CUTEST COUPLE Doris Tubbs Jim Ritchie Tim Jefopoulos Ann Carter MOST TALENTED MOST VERSATILE Dave Renner Ivy Siegfried Bob Lecher Marty Noel WITTIEST BEST ATI-ILETES Larry Sharp Carol Fraps jim Ritchie Loey Lenhard I O6 MOST DIGNIFIED FRIENDLIEST Phyllis Pennypacker Bill Lorenz Brenda Vogel Tim Jefopoulos BEST LOOKING PEPPIEST Loey Lenhard Bob Villiger Doris Tubbs Bob Lecher MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED HARDEST WORKERS Ann Carter Dick Kaplan Nancy Alderfer Bob Waag l O 7 CLASS OF 1956 Mary Elizabeth Abbott 47-5 Revere Road Drexel Hill ACCOUNTING - PURPLE--School: Upi- Dah Art Staff 3. Class: Commencement Usher 3: Bulletin Board Committee 2: Dance Committee 2, 3. 4: Party Committee 2. Clubs: Beaux Arts 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Theodore Michael Adamcy 123 South State Road Upper Darby SALESMANSHIP-PURPLE--School: Gym Aide 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 4. Marilyn Louise Adelizzi 519 Vklindermere Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC-PURPLEWSchool: Acorn, Re- porter 2, 3, 4: Leaders' Group 2, 3, 4: Student Council 3: All School Cast 3, 4: Honor Roll 4. Class: Homeroom Color Cap- tain 3: Play Usher 3: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2, 3. 4: Executive Committee 2, 4: Party Committee 2: Play Committee 3, 4. Clubs: Choral 2: Future Teachers of America 2. 3: Hi-Y 2. 3, Vice- President 4: Le Cercle Francais 2. 3, Treas- urer 4. Sports: Basketball Numerals 2: Var- sity Cheerleading 4. Nancy Jane Alderter 718 Roberts Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE - School: Leaders' Group 2. Secretarial Executive 4: Student Council 2, 3. 4: National Thespian Society 3, 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3: Junior Play Cast: Junior Play Production 3: Senior Play Production 3, 4: Senior Play Stage Crew 4: Commencement Usher 3: Oak, Literary Staff 3, Assistant Editor 4: Dance Committee 3: Party Com- mittee 2: Play Committee 3, 4. Clubs: A Cappella "A" 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Future Teachers of America 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, Treasurer 4: Tay-Wistalx'an 2, 3, 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Hockey 3. Gordon Anderson 371 Bayard Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS - PURPLE-Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4, Clubs: A Cappella "B" 4: Choral 2, 3, Charles W. Andrews 5154 Gramercy Drive Clifton Heights ARTS AND CRAFTS - PURPLE-School: Honor Roll 2, 3. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2. ' 'isa - - Doris Miriam Adam 7861 Beverly Boulevard Upper Darby ACADEMIC - PURPLE Y School: Acorn, Editorial Board 4: Publications Business Staff 2. 3, Advertising Manager 4: Student Council 2: All School Show Cast 2, 3: Honor Roll 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3, 4: Play Usher 3, 4: Com- mencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee 2: Play Committee 3, 4. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 43 First Aid and Social Service 3, 4: Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 4: Hippocrates 2, 3, 4: Latin 2. William Kelsey Adams 297-A Copley Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC-PURPLE-School: Publica- tions Agent 2. Class: Junior Play Cast: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 3: Executive Committee 3: Play Committee 3. Isabelle Marie Alburger 7113 Clover Lane Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS - GOLD - Clubs: Choral 2, 3. Christopher John Alford 242 North Lansdowne Avenue Lansdowne SCIENTIFIC-PURPLE. Ronald E. Anderson 7l05 Sellers Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC-PURPLE-Clubs: Choral 4. Helen Anthony 7237 Bradford Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS - PURPLEfClubs: Choral 2. Cynthia Sona Antrasian 7243 Pine Street Upper Darby SCIFNTIFICfGOI.D---School1 Honor Roll 2, 3, 4. Class: Dance Committee 4. Clubs: Bowling 2, 3. 4: Choral 4: l.e Cercle Fran- cais 2. Frank A. Argentieri 230 Avon Road Upper Darby DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION 4 GOLD - Clubs: Distributive Education 4. Peter Leslie Arnow 376 Kirk's Lane Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC-GOLD--School: All School Show Production 2, 4: Honor Roll 2. 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2. Class: Home- room Color Captain 4: Commencement Usher 3: Oak, Literary Staff 3. 4. Clubs: Hi-Y 3, 4: Latin 3, President 4: Visual Aids 2. Lane Lamar Averill 923 Anderson Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: Student Council 2. Class: Homeroom Color Cap- tain 4, Priscilla Ann Baker IO73 Blythe Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE - School: Welfare Agent 2. 3: All School Show Cast 4: Ma- jorette 3, 4: Gym Aide 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4: Dance Committee 3. Clubs: Beaux Arts 2: Choral 3. 4: Le Cercle Fran- cais 2: Rifle 2. Sports: Basketball Numerals 3: Varsity Swimming 3, 4. R. Lucille Balukiian 1434 Bywood Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: Leaders' Group 3, 4: Honor Roll 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Spanish Prize 2. 3. Class: Senior Play Cast: Commencement Usher 3: Oak, Literary Staff 3, 4. Clubs: A Cappella "A" 3, 4: Choral 2. 3. 4: Future Teachers of America 4: Latin 2. 3, 4: Pan-American 2. 3, Vice-President 4. Ku K. 41" ' ' EZ its iv'- Z .. .Q 2: X 5. fe? x A. y 314 1 1 CLASS 0F 1956 Alan Stephen Appet l222 Concord Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC-PURPI,E7Class5 Homeroom Color Captain 3, Clubs: Le Cercle Franf cais 2. C. Tracy Armes 6728 Montgomery Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC-PURPLE, Mary Ellen Atkinson 322 East Essex Avenue Lansdowne GENERAL BUSINESS-PURPLE-School: Welfare Agent 2. Clubs: Bowling Team 2: PanfAmerican 2, 3. Beverly L. Baker 728l Walnut Street Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS - PURPLE7Clubs: Choral 2, 4. Linda Balis 4370 Woodland Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: Leaders' Group 3, 4: Welfare Agent 2. 4: All School Show Production 2. 3. 4: National Thes- pian Society 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 2, 4, Class: Senior Play Cast: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee 2: Play Committee 3. 4. Clubs: A Cappella UA" 3. 4: Choral 2, 3. 4: Future Teachsrs of America 4: Le Cercle Francais 2, Robert P. Barnes lll4 Bryan Street Drexel Hill DISTRIBUTIYE EDUCATION - GOLD-- Clubs: Bowling Team 2, 3: Distributive Edu- cation 4. C OF 1956 Linda Jane Barras 218 Huntley Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE - School: Student Council 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Gym Aide 4: Honor Roll 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 31 Purple and Gold Spelling Contest 4. Class: Com- mencement Usher 3: Oak, Literary Staff 3, Editor-in-Chief 4: Dance Committee 3. Clubs: First Aid and Social Service 3, 4: Future Teachers of America 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 2: Tay-Wistalvan 2, 3, 4. William Allan Bassett 93 South Keystone Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: All School Show Cast 4: National Thespian Society 2, 3, 4: Gym Aide 4. Clubs: Choral 3, Asso- ciate Treasurer 4: A Cappella President 4. Paul Baumgarten 7198 Locust Street Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC-GOLD-Clubs: Musical Mas- terpieces 3, President 41 Visual Aids 2, 3. George James Becker 121 Foster Avenue Upper Darby Entered February, 1955 SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE --A School: Acorn. Reporter 4. Sports: Varsity Football 4. Arlene Amelia Belefonte 7211 Hazel Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC-PURPLEfSchool: Acorn, Re- porter 2, 4: Leaders' Group 3, 4: Publica- tions Agent 2: Student Council 2, 4: Execu- tive Committee 4: All School Show Produc- tion 2, 3, 4: All School Show Cast 3. 4: National Thespian Society 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 4. Class: Magazine Campaign, Highest Salesman Z: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3: Junior Play Cast, Junior Play Stage Crew 4: Senior Play Cast: Senior Play Stage Crew 4: Play Usher 3: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2: Play Committee 3. Clubs: A Cappella UA" 3, 4: Bowling 2: Choral 2, 3, 4: Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 4: I-Ii-Y 2, 3, 4: Tay-Wistalvan Z. 3. 4. Sports: Basketball Numerals 2: Junior Varsity Hockey 3. .lohn Bell 39 Springton Road Upper Darby DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION - GOLDW- Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4. Clubs: Distributive Education 4. el: M 1? X. ,r a F if M., H E :R-. ty? Theodore Thomas Bartley 4018 Taylor Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC-GOLD--School: Acorn, Re- porter 4: Leaders' Group 4: Honor Roll 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Frank- lin and Marshall College Prize 3. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3: Play Usher 4: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 3, 4: Executive Committee 2, 3. Clubs: Hi-Y 3, 4: Latin 2, 4: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3. Roberta Anne Batcher 314 Childs Avenue Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS - PURPLE+Class: Executive Committee 3: Play Committee 4. Clubs: Bowling 4. Kathryn Margaret Beck 36 Sunshine Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPI-1IC-GOLD-School: Publi- cations Typing Staff 4. Clubs: Choral 4. .loan E. Behrenhauser 346 Margate Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESSAGOLD. Donald D. Bell 271 Cheswold Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD4School: Student Council 3. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4: Play Usher 4: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 3. Clubs: Hi-Y 3, 4: Pan- American 2: Rifle 3, 4. Sports: Varsity Rifle 4. Marilyn Ann Berger 134 North Fairview Avenue Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS-PURPLE -Clubs: Choral 2, 3: A Cappella "B" 3: Bowling Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3: Bowling Team 3, President 4. Doris Geraldine Bergman 1206 Ormond Avenue Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC-COLD. Robert Bershad 191 Powell Lane Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS-GOLD. Barbara .loan Bevilacqua 305 South Oak Lane Primos ACADEMIC-GOLD-School: Upi-Dah. Art Staff 4: Elizabeth B. Kingsley Art Award 2, Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Play Committee 4. Clubs: Beaux Arts 2, 4: Le Cercle Ifrancais 2, 3. William Robert Black 343 Bishop Avenue Clifton Heights ACADEMIC-GOLD--Clubs: Pan-American 2. Sports: Junior Varsity Baseball 2. Catharine Anne Blaker 213 Chapman Avenue Lansdowne ACADEMIC-GOl.D--School: Upi-Dah. Art Staff 4: All School Show Production 3, 4: National Thespian Society 3, 4. Class: Play Committee 3. 4. Clubs: Beaux Arts 3. 41 Bowling 3: Future Teachers of America 3. 4: Le Cercle lfrancais Z, 4. Sports: Basketball Numerals 2. Francis Xavier Boppell 380 Vdembly Road Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS-PURPLEfSfhool: Upi-Dah, Art Staff 3, 4: Honor Roll 3: Elizabeth B. Kingsley Art Award Z, 3: Museum School of Art Scholarship 3. Class: Oak, Art Stall' 4: Play Committees 2, 3, 4. Clubs: Beaux Arts 2, 3. President 4: Hi-Y 3, 4. 5 . . 1 X-you ' 4 li, .3 W ff I CLASS OF 1956 Frida Berman 4126 Rosemont Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - COl,D-f-School: All School Show Production 3: Poster Committee 4: E, B. Kingsley Art Award Z: Upi-Dah, Art 4. Clubs: Beaux Arts Z. 4: Le Cercle Iirancais Z. David A. Beseth 109 Normandy Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS - COLD +Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4. Sports: Bas- ketball Numerals 4: Junior Varsity Basket- ball 4: Junior Varsity Cross Country 4: Varsity Baseball 3. L. Clark Billie 813 Stanbridge Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD -- Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4, Sports: Basketball Nu- merals 2: Junior Varsity Wrestling 3: Var- sity Wrestling 4. Barbara E. Blair -ll Elm Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC-GOLD-School: Publications Agent 2: Gym Aide 4. Class: Senior Play Stage Crew Z: Dance Committee 4. Clubs: Beaux Arts 2. Francis C. Blankley 7107 Emerson Avenue Upper Darby DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION-PURPLE -Clubs: Distributive Education 4. Nicholas Charles Bozzi 737 Derwyn Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD - School: Student Council, Vice President 4: Student Council Executive Committee 4: Pep Rally Commit- tee 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Commit- tee 2: Executive Committee Z. 3. Clubs: Choral 2: Hi-Y 4. CLASS OF 1956 Carolyn Louise Braceland 381 Bayard Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS - PURPLE-Clubs: Bowling 3. 4. Bruce Lambert Brokmeyer 4015 Plumstead Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-Clubs: Latin 3. Sports: Varsity Football 4. Helen Claire Brown 227 Parker Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: Acorn, Re- porter 4: Publications Agent 3: Honor Roll 21 Purple and Gold Spelling Contest 4. Class: Dance Committee 2, 3: Play Committee 4. Clubs: A Cappella "B" 3: A Cappella "A" 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Latin 2. 3, 4. Robert Daniel Brown 3765 Highland Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: Leaders' Group 2, 3, 4: All School Show Production 3, 4: Honor Roll 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4, Class: Play Usher 3: Com- mencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 4: Play Committee 4. Clubs: Hi-Y 4: Steinf metz 2, Vice President 3, President 4. Deanna Luise Bruckner 5241 Oleander Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD -- School: Leaders' Group 3, 4: Welfare Agent 2: Honor Roll 2, 4. Class: Junior Play Production 3: Senior Play Production 4: Senior Play Com- mittee 4. Clubs: A Cappella "A" 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Future Teachers of America 4. Frances Ann Buri 357 Margate Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPI-IIC-GOLD. Emma L. Brockerman 7926 Westview Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC-GOLDAfSchool: Publications Business Staff 2, 3, 4: All School Show Cast 2, 3. Class: Dance Committee 3: Play Com- mittee 4. Clubs: Choral 2. 3: First Aid and Social Service 3, 4: Hippocrates 2, 3, 4: Latin 2: Pan-American 3, 4. Mary Helen Brooker 338 Maple Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD 4 School: Student Council 2: All School Show Cast 3: Gym Aide 3, 4: Honor Roll 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3: Commencement Usher 3: Executive Committee 4. Clubs: Choral 2, 3: Hippocrates 3. Sports: Basketball Nu, merals 3: Junior Varsity Basketball. Captain 3: Varsity Basketball 4. E. .loan Brown 278 Blanchard Road Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC-GOI.D7SchooI: Publi- cations Business Staff 2: Publications Agent 2, 3, Class: Dance Committee 4. Clubs: Choral Club 2, 3, Executive Committee 4: A Cappella "A" 3, Secretary 4: Rifle 3, 4. Sports: Varsity Rifle 4. William Brown 52l Blythe Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-Sports: Varsity Cross Country 2. Joy Rita Burdo 2229 Lynn Boulevard Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School: Upi-Dah, Literary Staff 4: Publications Agent 3: All School Show Cast 2, 3: Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Gym Aide 3: Honor Roll 2, 4. Class: Home- room Color Captain 3: Dance Committee 3. Clubs: Hippocrates 4: Latin 2: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4. Sports: Basketball Numerals 3. Gerald P. Burke 7028 Ruskin Lane Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE - School: A. A. Council 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Soccer 2: Varsity Soccer 3, Captain 4: All-Suburban Soccer Team, Captain 4: All-Scholastic Soc- cer Team 4. Marilyn Elizabeth Burke 4209 Ferne Boulevard Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD 1 School: Welfare Agent 2: Purple and Gold Spelling Con- test 2, 4: Honor Roll 3. 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2: National Thespian Society 4. Class: Dance Committee 3: Play Committee 2. 3. 4. Clubs: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, 4. Lucille Zola Burkhard Drexel Hill 1 O l 6 Old Lane ACCOUNTING - PURPLE---School: Band. Music Librarian Z, 3, 4: Honor Roll 4. Clubs: Bowling 3, 4. Carol Margaret Butler 275 Westpark Lane Clifton Heights STENOGRAPHIC-GOLDgSchool: Publi' cations Typing Staff 4: Publications Agent 3: Gym Aide 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Dance Committee Z: Play Com- mittee 3. Richard Joseph Cahill 29 Sunshine Road Upper Darby Entered December, 1954 SCIENTIFIC GOLD Sports' Varsit . - - . y Football 4: Varsity Track 3. Elaine Marie Caras 174 Springton Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC - PURPLE--School: Leaders' Group 3, 4: Welfare Agent 3: A11 School Show Cast 3, 4: All School Show Produc- tion 2, 3, 4: National Thespian Society 2, 3, Clerk 4. Class: Junior Play Cast: Senior Play Cast: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 3: Executive Committee 4: Play Committee 2, 3, 4. Clubs: A Cappella "A" 4: Choral 3, 4: Iiuture Teachers of Amer- ica 3, Treasurer 4: Hi-Y 3. 4: Tay-Wista1- van 3, 4. Ann Freeman Carter 329 Owen Avenue Lansdowne ACADEMIC - PURPLE -4 School: Acorn. Editorial Board, Assistant Features Editor 4, Acorn Reporter 3: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: E1m.ra College Key 3: Biology Prize 2: Advanced Biology Prize 3. Class: Secre- tary 2, 3, 4: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3, 4: Play Usher 4: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 3: Executive Committee 2, 3, 4. Clubs: A Cappella "A" 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Latin 2.4: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3: Tay-Wistalvan 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Hockey, Manager 3: Junior Varsity Swimming 33 Varsity Swimming, Co-captain 4: Varsity Hockey, Manager -f. 'NN ,wi X' .I can qs 'sw M M. :59i?W.'- Y' 113 aa naw' .. ' iw so ' ll rf 6, Y . 4 4 .1 M 7 so 4 is ' ig. as ul Ri. .g. -: if af w we if ev- ,- .Q .N W K. . 5. t ,MA ,- CLASS OF 1956 Wayne Burke 435 Beverly Boulevard Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC-PURPLE. Dorann Burstein 5032 Marvine Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD - School: Upi-Dah, Literary Staff Z. Clubs: Future Teachers of America 4: Library 4: Musical Masterpieces, Secretary-Treasurer 3, Vice President 4: Pan- American 2. Gail Annette Byers 50 North Carol Boulevard Upper D31'l3Y GENERAL BUSINESS - PURPLE-Clubs: Bowling Z. 3, Secretary 4: Bowling Team 3, 4. Ray Cain 510 Littlecroft Road UPPU' Dflfl3Y SALESMANSHIP-GOLD. James F. Carlin, .lr. 129 Marlborough Road UPPQF Dafbi' SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE--SCl700lf ACOYU' Reporter 2: Leaders' Group 2. 3, 4: Purple and Gold Spelling Contest 3: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor R011 2. 3, 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3. Clubs: Hi-Y 3, 4: Latin 2: Riile 3: Steinmetl 3. SecretaryfTreasurer 4. Sports: Junior Var- sity Cross Country. Manager 3: Junior Var- sity Tennis 2. Ned Patton Case 123 Summit Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC A PURPLE--School: Welfare Agent 2. Sports: Junior Varsity. Cross Counf try 3, 4: Junior Varsity Wrcstling 2. CLASS OF 1956 Mary Ann Cellini 142 Springton Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC-PURPLE-School: Pub- lications Typing Staff 4: Honor Roll 2, 3. Class: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Com- mittee 2, 3. Clubs: Pan-American 2. Christopher Christ 825 Childs Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC-PURPLE-School: All School Show Cast 2, 4: Royallaires 2, 3: Purple and Gold Spelling Contest 4. Clubs: Stein- metz 2: Visual Aids 2, 3, Vice-President 4. David Willits Christophersen 401 South Cedar Lane Highland Park SCIENTIFIC - GOLD----School: All School Show Cast 4: National Thespian Society 2, 3, 4: School Stage Crew 2, 3: Gym Aide 2. Class: Senior Play Cast: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 3. Clubs: A Cappella "A" 3, Vice President 4: Choral 2. 3, Vice President 4: Le Cercle Francais 2, Ser- geant-at-Arms 3. Kenneth Arthur Clark 2220 Harwood Avenue Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS - GOLD - Sports: Varsity Soccer 4. John Richard Clarke 641 Ferne Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC-GOLD-School: Gym Aide 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Cross Country Manager 2, 3: Varsity Cross Country, Man- ager 4. Judith Carolyn Colclough 4041 Dayton Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC-PURPLE-School: All School Show Cast 2, 3. Class: Dance Committee 2. Clubs: Choral Club 2, 3, 4: A Cappella "B" 3, 4, Sports: Basketball Numerals 3. Sylvia Jean Charlesworth 7125 Penarth Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC-PURPLE-School: Upi-Dah, Literary Staff 3, Editor-in-Chief 4: Publica- tions Agent 2: Student Council 4: All School Show Cast 2, 3: Band 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Hi-Q Team, Alternate 4: Distinguished Hon- or Roll 2. 3, 4: English Prize 2, 3: Biology Prize 2. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 21 Commencement Usher 3: Junior Play Pro- duction 3: Senior Play Production 4: Dance Committee 3: Play Committee 3, 4. Clubs: Iiuture Teachers of America 4: Hi-Y 4: Latin 2: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4. Sports: Basketball Numerals 3. Alan David Christman 833 Morgan Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC-PURPLE--School1 National Thespian Society 3, 4: School Stage Crew 4: Honor Roll 2: Distinguished Honor Roll 3. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3: Jun- ior Play Stage Crew 3: Senior Play Stage Crew 4, Clubs: Hi-Y 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Baseball 2, Gail Mae Clair 776 Parker Lane Springfield SCIENTIFIC-GOLD--SchoolJ Publications Agent 2, 3: Welfare Agent 3: All School Show Cast 2: Honor Roll 4. Class: Home- room Color Captain 4: Dance Committee 2. Sports: Basketball Numerals 3: Junior Var- sity Hockey 3: Varsity Hockey 4: Cheer- leading 4. Robert M. Clark 825 Windermere Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC-GOLD. Wallace Clausen 144 Hilldale Road Lansdowne SCIENTIFIC-PURPLE-Scbool: Band 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2. Clubs: Hi-Y 4. Sports: Junior Varsity XVrestling 3 3 Varsity Wrestling 4. William Robert Cole 260 Westpark Lane Clifton Heights ACCOUNTING-GOLD. Joyce Ann Coleman 711 Anderson Avenue Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC-PURPLEfSchool: Upi- Dah, Art Stall 2. 3: All School Show Cast 4: Publications Typing Staff 4: Biology Prize 2: Art Prize 2. Cluss: Homeroom Color Captain Z: Party Committee 2: Dance Committee Z. 3: Play Usher 3: Commence- ment Usher 3. Clubs: Beaux Arts Z, Secre- tary 3. Robert Todd Conlin State Road and Township Line Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRA1fTS-PURPLE. William Francis Conners 219 Margate Road Upper Darby Entered January 16, 1956 ARTS AND CRAFTS-GOLD. Howard Crawford Cornell 3704 Taylor Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIIIIC-GOLD+Scl1oolI Band 2: Or- chestra Z. Clubs: Choral Club 3, 4: A Cappella "B" 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Basketball, Manager Z: Varsity Football 4. Steven E. Coyle 530 Drexel Avenue Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC-PURPLEfSchool: Pub- lications Typing Staff 4: Student Council Z: All School Show Cast 3. 4: Gym Aide 3. 4: Honor Roll Z, 3. Class: Homeroom Color Captain Z: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 3. Victoria Marlene Cucinotta 235 Margate Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC-PURPLEfClubs: Pari- American Z: Library Aid 4. ' . .5 .K ,K A '.. gf gr J apr- ., Q, -we 1 CLASS OF 1956 Emmett R. Collom 7177 Radbourne Road Upper Darby ACCOUNTING - GOLD -A School: Honor Roll 4. Class: Dance Committee Z: Party Committee 2. Clubs: Bowling Team 4. Eleanor B. Contrisciani Z6 Oxford Street Lansdowne DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION-PURPLE 7St'hool: Purple and Gold Spelling Contest 3. Clubs: Distributive Education 4. Roger Townsend Conway 838 Alexander Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD - School: Acorn Re- porter 4: All School Show Cast 3: Honor Roll 4. Class: Treasurer Z: Homeroom Color Captain Z. 3: Executive Committee 4. Clubs: Choral Club Z, 3. 4: A Cappella Asso- ciate Treasurer 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. Sporls: Junior Varsity Basketball 2, 3: Junior Var- sity Baseball Z: Varsity Football 2, 3: Var- sity Basketball 4, Manager 3. Robert Joseph Costagliola 423 Winfield Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - GOLD -- Class: Homeroom Color Captain Z: Executive Committee 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Vvlrestling 3: Varsity Wrestling. Co-captain 4. Charles Edward Crowers 803 Kenwood Road Drexel Hill ACCOUNTING - GOLD Y Sports: Junior Varsity Soccer Z. Douglas T. Culbertson 4119 Garrett Road Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS -GOLD. h Ywvnr' p CLASS or 195 i 1 Paul Cunningham I 5ll2 Gramercy Drive Clifton Heights l ACADEMIC-GOLD-School: Acorn Re- i porter 2: Purple and Gold Spelling Contest l 3. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2. l l James Daniel D'Amato 8018 Arlington Avenue Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS-PURPLE. Eugene R. Davies 3847 Plumstead Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD - Clubs: Le Cercle Francais 3. Robert R. Dececco 6866 Radbourne Road Upper Darby DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION-PURPLE iCIass: Executive Committee 4: Play Com- mittee 4. Clubs: Distributive Education 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Soccer 4, Sandra Amelia Deichler 514 Netherwood Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: Acorn, Reporter 2, 3, Copy Editor 4: Leaders' Group 2, 3, 4: Student Council 2: Welfare Agent 2, 3: All School Show Cast 2, 3: Band 2, 3, 4, Librarian 3: Gym Aide 4: Honor Roll 2, 3: 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3. Class: Com- mencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 3: Play Committee 4. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: A Cappella "A" 3, 4: Astrophychem 2: Future Teachers of America 4: Hippocrates 33 Hi-Y 2, 3: 4: Latin 3: Le Cercle Fran- cais 2, 3: Tay-Wistalvan 2, 3, Sports: Junior Varsity Hockey 3: Junior Varsity Tennis 3. Donald D. De Paul 916 Baltimore Pike Lansdowne SCIENTIFIC-GOLD. Eileen Claire Daly 566 Larchwood Avenue Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC-PURPLE-School: Pub- lications Typing Staff, Manager 4: Leaders' Group 2, 3: Publications Agent 2: All School Show Cast 3, 4: Gym Aide 3, 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 3. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3, 4: Play Usher 3, 4: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2. 3: Executive Committee 2, 3: Party Committee 2: Play Committee 3, 4. Clubs: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3: Tay-Wistal- van 4. Sports: Basketball Numerals 2: Jun- ior Varsity Hockey 3: Junior Varsity Bas- ketball 3: Varsity Basketball 4. Mary J. Damiri 326 Margate Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC-GOLD-School: Acorn Ref porter 2: Leaders' Group 2, 3: Publications Agent 2: All School Show Cast 4: Color Guard 3, 4: Gym Aide 3, Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Dance Committee 3. Clubs: Bowling 3, Team 3: Choral 3: Future Teach- ers of America 3: Le Cercle Francais 2. Angela Mary Dececco 6866 Radbourne Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC-PURPLE-School: Pub- lications Typing Staff 4. Class: Dance Com- mittee 4, Clubs: Choral 3. Sports: Junior Varsity Hockey 2, 3: Junior Varsity Tennis 2, 3. Mary Margaret Deere 231 Margate Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS-PURPLEiSchool: Welfare Agent 2, 3: Gym Aide 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Tennis 2, 3. Barbara Rose Della Penna 231 Wingate Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC-GOLD-School1 Publi- cations Typing Staff 4: Publications Agent 4: Welfare Agent 3. Class: Dance Committee 3. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: A Cappella HB" 3, Secretary 4: Library Aid 3. Robert Joseph De Stefano 4124 Garrett Road Drexel Hill ACADEMICfGOLD-School: Gym Aide 2, 3, Class: Treasurer 4: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3: Class Color Captain 2, 3: Executive Committee 3, 4: Play Committee 4. Clubs: Choral 2. Sports: Junior Var- sity Football 2: Junior Varsity Baseball. Manager 2: Varsity Football 3: Varsity Base- ball, Manager 3. Jacqueline M. De Vitis 412 Lansdowne Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD---Clubs: Bowling 3: Choral 3. 4: Rifle 2. Catherine Rita Dilorenzo 5 Oakley Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC-GOLD--School: Publi- cations Agent 3, Class: Dance Committee 2, 3. Sports: Basketball Numerals 3. Ralph Joseph Disylvestro 293 Sanford Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC-GOLD---Clubs: Choral 2, 3. Beryl Virginia Dohner 4015 Lasher Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC-PURPLE--School: All School Show Cast 2. Class: Dance Committee 3. Clubs: A Cappella "B" 3, HA" 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: German 2, 3, Secretary 4: Hippocrates 3, 4. Theresa Martha Doto 152 Springton Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC - GOLD ----- Class: Com- mencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2, 3, Clulvs: Pan-American 2. Charles James Duffy 1000 Eoss Avenue Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS-GOLD. 392' Phyllis G Dietrich 3210 Highland Avenue Drexel Hill SC11IN'1'lElC-GOLD---School: Publications Agent 2: All School Show Production 2. 3, 4: National Thespim Society 2, 3, Secre- tary 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 3, 4: Kiwanis Award 3. Class: Historian 3, 4: Junior Play Production 2, 3, 43 Senior Play Production 2, 3, 4: Play Usher 3: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Executive Committee 3, 4: Play Committee 2, 3, 4. Clubs: A Cappel- la "B" 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Hippocrates 2, 3: Hi-Y 3. 4: Library 2. CLASS OF 1956 1 L i A 5 Gerald Russell Dimpter 7050 Greenwood Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC-PURPLE. William Tucker Dixon 524 Gainesboro Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE - School: Acorn, Reporter 2. 3. Editor-in-Chief 4: Publica- t'ons Agent 2: Student Council 4: Band 2, 3: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4. Class: Homeroom Color Cap- ta'n 2: Junior Play Cast: Play Usher 3: Commencement Usher 3: Bulletin Board Committee 4: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee 2. Clubs: Hi-Y 2, 3. 4: Leeuwenhoek 2: Steinmetz 3, Vice President 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Cross Country 2: Junior Varsity Vklrestling, Manager 2: Varsity Vvlrestling, Manager 3. Jane Anne Donovan 1109 Mansion Road Drexel Hill ACADEMlC-GOLD-WSchool: Acorn, Re- porter 2, 3, News Editor 4: Leaders' Group 2, 3: Publications Agent 2: Welfare Agent 3: Welfare Board 3: All School Show Cast 3: All School Show Production 2, 3: Na- tional Thespian Society 3, 4: Honor Roll Z. 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2: Junior Play Production 3: Senlor Play Production 4. Class: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2, 3: Party Committee 2. Clubs: Hi-Y 3, 4: Latin 2. 3. 4: Le Cercle Pran- cais 2. 3. L. Eileen Dudley 3418 Plumstead Avenue Drexel 1-lill GENERAL BUSINESS-GOLD. Eleanor Duguicl 500 Derwyn Road Drexel Hill Absent Junior Year SClEN'1'lElC-GOl,D- --School: Acorn Re- porter 2. 4: Leaders' Group 2. 4: Publica- tions Agent 2: All School Show Cast 2: Honor Roll 2. 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2: 4: English Prive 2: Purple and Gold Speaking Contest 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Dance Committee Z. 4: Party Committee 2: Play Committee 4. Clubs: Choral 2: Hippocrates 2: Hi-Y 2. 4: Latin 2: l.e Cercle Erancais 4: Library 2, 4. Sports: Varsity Swimming 4. CLASS OF 1956 .lanice Ann Dunleavy 115 South Keystone Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC-GOLD--School: Color Guard 3, 4: Honor Roll 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 4: Dance Committee 3, Clubs: A Cappella "A" 4: Choral 3, 4: Fu- ture Teachers of America 3. Patricia Ann Elder 6950 Clinton Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS - GOLD - School: NVelfare Agent 4. Clubs: Choral 2, 3. Bruce Andrew Ersek 7207 Penarth Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC-PURPLE-Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, Clubs: German 4. Adele F. Evans Long Lane Court Apartments Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS - GOLD - Class: Dance Committee 4: Beaux Arts 3, 4: Choral 2, 3. Nancy Ellen Evey 74-12 Drexelbrook Drive Drexel Hill GENERAL-PURPLE-vSchool: All School Show Cast 4: Band 3: Band Letter 3. Class: Play Usher 4: Dance Committee 3: Play Committee 4, Frances Ellen Farrell 5018 Sylvia Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC-GOLD--School: A. A. Coun- cil 3, 4: Acorn Reporter 3: Pep Rally Com- mittee 4: Publications Agent 2: Welfare Agent 4: All School Show Cast 4: Gym Aide 3, 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3, 4: Commencement Usher 3: Oak Art Staff 4: Dance Committee 2: Executive Committee 2: Party Committee 2: Play Committee 2. Clubs: Le Cercle Francais 2. Sports: Junior Varsity Basketball, Manager 3: Cheerleading 2, 3. Co-captain 4: Varsity Basketball. Man- ager 4. N ' Q Sally Louise Dutney ll3l Cornell Avenue Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS - GOLD - School: Publications Agent 4: Welfare Agent 3: Gym Aide 4: Honor Roll 2. Class: Com- mencement Usher 3: Oak Literary Staff 3, 4: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee 2. William Lee Ensminger 1305 University Avenue Morton DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION-PURPLE -Clubs: Distributive Education 4. .lanyce Noreen Esher 4690 State Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC-PURPLEfSchool: All School Show Cast 2. Clubs: A Cappella "A" 4: Bowling Team 3: Choral 2, 3, 4: Pan- American 2. 3. 4. John P. Evans 940 Mason Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE'-Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2. 3. Cafherine Livingstone Ewing 277 Coverly Road Lansdowne STENOGRAPHIC-GOLD4School: Publi- cations Typing Stall 4: Social Studies De- partment, Secretary 4. Class: Dance Com- mittee 4. Clubs: A Cappella "B" 3: Choral 2, 3. Sara Ellen Fenner 924 Concord Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE4School: Publica- tions Business Staff 2, 3, 4: Leaders' Group 4: Publications Agent 2: Student Council 3, 4: Student Council Executive Committee 4: Welfare Agent 2: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2. Class: Junior Play Cast: Play Usher 3: Dance Committee 2, 3: Executive Committee 2: Play Commit- tee 3. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: A Cappella "A" 3, Associate Secretary 4: Bowling Team 2: First Aid and Social Service 3, 4: Hi-Y -l. Corinda Ruth Fertig 154 Overhill Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC-GOLD--School: Publications Agent 3: Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 4. Clubs: First Aid and Social Service 3. 4: Latin Z, 3, Secretary 4. Amelia Rita Fiorda 4332 Woodland Avenue Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC-PURPLE-School: Pub- lications Typing Stall 4: Welfare Agent 4. Class: Dance Committee 4. Clubs: A Cappelf la "B" 3: Bowling 3, 'Treasurer 4: Choral 2, 3. Jerrold E. Fisher 242 Ardmore Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIEIC-PURPLE7School: All School Show Cast 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4: District Band 4: Gym Aide 2, 3, 4. Clubs: Bowling 2, 4, Team 2, 4: Visual Aids 3. John C. Fleming 3: ,.., . .,.. . s k' 337 Owen Avenue Lansdowne ACADEMIC-GOLD. Joseph Rocco Fortunato 247 Wilde Avenue Drexel Hill SAl.ESlVlANSHIP-PURPLE. Robert M. Francis Ji 43 South Brighton Avenue Upper Darby i - ARTS AND CRAFTS-PURPLE, . fi CLASS OF 1956 Melvyn Douglas Fields lol Barrington Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC-PURPLE, Betty Jane Fish 109 Chatham Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC - PURPLE4School: Welfare Agent 2: Gym Aide 4, Clubs: Bowling 3, 4, Team 4: Pan-American 2. Patricia R. Flanagan 73 Sunshine Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS-PURPLE. Robert Gerrard Foley 631 Shadeland Avenue DFCXRI Hill GENERAL-PURPLE--School: Gym Aide 4, Class: Oak Photographic Staff 4. Phyllis Fowler XVay-Lin Manor Apartments Lansdowne GENERAL BUSINESS - GOLD 4 Clubs: Choral Z. Robert Bruce Franco 6811 Radbourne Road Upper Darby ACADEMlCfPURPl.E. CLASS OF 1956 Carol B. Fraps 215 Ashurst Avenue Secane ACADEMIC-PURPLE7School: Acorn Re- porter 4: Student Council 4: All School Show Cast 3: Band 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 2: Gym Aide 4: Honor Roll 4. Class: Play Usher 3: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Commit- tee 2, 3: Party Committee 2: Executive Committee 2, 3: Play Committee 3. Clubs: Bowling 2: Latin 2: Le Cercle Francais 3. Sporls: Junior Varsity Swimming 3, 4: Var- sity Hockey 3, 4. William James Frederick 7154 Greenwood Avenue Upper Darby DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION-PURPLE -Clubs: Distributive Education 4. Elaine Ann Fulfon 5043 Smithfield Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: Publica- tions Agent 2, 4: Welfare Agent 3: Gym Aide 3: Honor Roll 3, 4, Class: Commence- ment Usher 3: Dance Committee 3, 4: Play Committee 4. Clubs: A Cappella "A" 4: Bowling 3: Choral 3, 4: Pan-American 3, 4: Rifle 3. Anrhony J. Gahles 212 Huntley Road Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS-GOLD. Gayle Lynne Gaul 2440 Mansfield Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE - School: Leaders' Group 2. 3, 4: Welfare Agent, Welfare Board 4: Gym Aide 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4. Class: Commencement Usher 3: Oak Literary Staff 3, 4: Dance Committee 3, 4. Clubs: A Cappella "A" 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Latin 2, 3: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4: Tay-Wistalvan 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Hockey Manager 3: Varsity Hockey Manager 4. J. Marie Gentner 7107-A Radbourne Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC-PURPLE-School: Pub- lications Typing Staff 4: Publications Agent 3: A11 School Show Cast 2, 3, 4: Gym Aide 3, 4. Clubs: A Cappella "B" 4: Bowling 2, 3. Team 4: Choral 2, 3, 4. l .., L, 436 si ily S William S. Fratick 122 Burmont Road Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS-PURPLEfSports: Basketball Numerals 2. Edith Joyce Fry 820 Foss Avenue Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC-PURPI.EfScbool: Wel- fare Agent 2. Clubs: Choral 2: Library 2, 3. William Daniel Gabe 416 Elm Avenue Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS-GOLD. Charles William Gallagher 16 North State Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC-GOLD. Anthony Geno 515 Alexander Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC-GOLD7School: A. A. Coun- cil 4. Clubs: Rifle 2, 3, 4. Sports: Varsity Rifle 2, 3, Captain 4. Alyce Carolyn George 227 Le Carra Drive Lansdowne ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: Leaders' Group 3, 4: Publications Agent 2, 3: Stu- dent Council 2, 3: Gym Aide 4: Honor Roll 2, 4. Class: Class Color Captain 2: Home- room Color Captain 2: Commencement Usher 3: Oak Literary Staff 3, 4: Dance Commit- tee 2, 3: Executive Committee 4: Play Com- mittee 3. Clubs: A Cappella Associate Treasurer 4: Choral 3, 4: Le Cercle Fran- cais 3, 4: Tay-NVistalvan 2, 3, Treasurer 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Hockey 3. William Ginnodo 780 Garrett Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD -4 School: Welfare Agent 2: Gym Aide 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Play Usher 3: Commence- ment Usher 3. Sports: Junior Varsity Soc- cer 2, 3. Ardeth Ann Glarner 321 Huntley Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: Leaders' Group 2, 3: Student Council 2, 3, 4: Stu- dent Council Executive Committee 42 Honor Roll 2, 4: Purple and Gold Speaking Con- test 4, Class: Play Usher 4: Commencement Usher 3: Oak Literary Staff 3, Copy Editor 4: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Play Com- mittee 4. Clubs: Choral 2: First Aid and Social Service 3, President 4: Future Teach- ers of America 4: Hippocrates 2, 3, president 4: Hi-Y 4: Latin 2: Tay-Wistalvan 2, 3, 4: World Affairs Forum 4, Ottmar Albert Goetz 7100 Radbourne Road Upper Darby ACCOUNTING-GOLD-Clubs: Bowling 4, Team 4. David Martin Goldenberg 226 Hampden Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC-GOLD-School: All School Show Cast 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 3, 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3, 4: Senior Play Cast. Clubs: Pan-American 3. Margaret M. Grant 7021 Clover Lane Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS-PURPLE-School: Publications Agent 2: Gym Aide 4. John Richard Grazer 5217 Bella Vista Road Drexel Hill DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION-PURPLE --Sports: Basketball Numerals 2: Junior Varsity Cross Country 2: Junior Varsity Basketball 2. sf '- ag... .. 7353132 4 - . 1' 2. ": as QE' 'YE W-x 1 wr, aa.: . . 3? 2 121 , i UF 1956 George Frank Gisel ll North Linden Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - GOLD - School: Athletic Council 2, 3: Gym Aide 4. Class: Home- room Color Captain 2, 3, 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Cross Country 2: Junior Varsity Basketball 2, 3: Junior Varsity Baseball 2: Varsity Cross Country 3. 4: Varsity Baskft- ball 4: Varsity Baseball 3, 4. Ruth Glauser 516 North Lansdowne Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPI,E7School: Publica- tions Agent 2: YVelfare Agent 2: All School Show Cast 2, 3, 4: Band 3, 4: Gym Aide 4: Honor Roll 4. Class: Play Committee 3, 4. Clubs: Choral 3, 4: Pan-American 2. Arleen Barbara Goldberg 5215 Bella Vista Road Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC-PURPLE-School: Pub- lications Typing Staff 4: Publications Agent 3, 4: All School Show Cast 4: Color Guard 2, 3, 4: Gym Aide 4: Honor Roll 3, 4. Class: Dance Committee 3. Clubs: Choral 3, Secretary 4, Nina Marie Grady 320 Congress Avenue Lansdowne ACADEMIC - PURPLE--School: Publica- tions Agent 3: All School Show Cast 3, 4: Gym Aide 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 3. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3: Play Usher 3: Commencement Usher 3: Oak Art Staff 4: Dance Committee 2, 3: Executive Committee 2: Party Committee 2, 4. Clubs: Choral 2, 3: Future Teachers of America 2, 3: Le Cercle Francais 2. Sports: Basket- ball Numerals 2: Junior Varsity Basketball 3: Junior Varsity Tennis 2, 3: Varsity Cheerleading 4: Varsity Basketball 4: Varsity Tennis 4. Robert Thomas Grauel 457 Wilde Avenue Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS-GOLD. Richard G. Green, Jr. 6601 Church Lane Upper Darby ACADEMIC-GOLD---School: Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 4. CLASS OF 1956 Myrna Raye Greenwald 177 Springton Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC-PURPLE-School: Upi-Dah Art Staff 4: Publications Agent 3. Class: Dance Committee 3. Clubs: Bowling 3: Future Teachers of America 4: Pan-Amer- ican 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3. Elizabeth Ann Griffith 599 Massachusetts Avenue Aldan ACADEMIC - GOLD-eSchool: Acorn Re- porter 2, 3: Acorn Editorial Board, Fea- tures Editor 4: Leaders' Group 4: Student Council 2: All School Show Cast 4: Honor Roll 4. Class: Play Usher 3: Commence- ment Usher 3: Dance Committee 2, 3: Ex- ecutive Committee 2, 3: Party Committee 2: Play Committee 3. Clubs: Hi-Y 2, 3, Secre- tary 4: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4: Tay-Wistal- van 2, 3, 4. Richard W. Haines 7214 Sellers Avenue Upper Darby ACADENIIC-GDLD--School: Purple and Gold Speaking Contest 3: Honor Roll 2, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Purple and Gold Spelling Contest 4. Class: Junior Play Cast: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 3, 4. Clubs: Hi-Y 3, Secretary 4: Latin 3, 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Cross Country 3: Varsity Cross Country 4. Roberta E. Hansell 224 Guilford Road Lansdowne GENERAL BUSINESS-GOLD. Thomas Harkins 5023 Dermond Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC-GOLD-School: A. A. Coun- cil 4: Acorn Reporter 3: Acorn Editorial Board, Sports Editor 4: Student Council 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2: Pep Rally Committee 4. Class: Home- room Color Captain 2: Play Usher 4: Com- mencement Usher 3: Play Committee 3. Clubs: Hi-Y 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Wrestling 2, 3: Junior Varsity Soccer 2, 3: Varsity Soccer 4. Joyce Patricia Harris ll44 Hollywood Avenue Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS-PURPLEvSchool: Publications Agent 3. Clubs: Choral 2. 3. 122 Diane Elizabeth Griffis 3806 Crest Road Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS-PURPLE. Bruce Haegley 3440 Valley Green Drive Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD - Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Play Committee 4. Clubs: Pan-American 2. Margaret Mary Hanna 149 Houston Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS - GOLD - School: Gym Aide 4. Robert Hanshaw 571 Snowden Road Upper Darby DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATlONfGOLD- Clubs: Distributive Education 4, Doreen Lee Harris 299 Coverly Road Lansdowne STENOGRAPHIC-GOLD. Carolyn M. Harrison S50 Mill Road Bryn Mawr ACADEMIC-GOLD-School: A. A. Counf cil 4: All School Show Cast 4. Class: Play Usher 3, 4: Dance Committee 2, 3. 4. Clubs: A Cappella "B" 3: A Cappella "A" 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Iiuture Teachers of America 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 2. Sports: Varsity Swimming 2, 3, Co-Captain -l. r ""' ' Robert M. Hartman 7037 Clover Lane Upper Darby ACADEMIC-PURPLE-School: Band 3, 4: Gym Aide 4. Class: Play Usher 4: Play Committee 4. Carol Rose Hatch 465 Brookfield Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC-PURPLE--School: Acorn Re- porter 4: Acorn Photographic Staff 2: Lead- ers' Group 3. 4: Publications Agent 2: Wel- fare Agent 2: All School Show Cast 3, 4: All School Show Production 2: National Thespian Society 2, 3, 4: Gym Aide 3. 4: Honor Roll 2. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Play Usher 2, 3, 4: Dance Com- mittee 2, 3: Play Committee 3, 4, Clubs: A Cappella "A" 3, 4: Astrophychem 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Future Teachers of America 3: Latin 2, 3: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4: Tay-Wistalvan Z, 3, 4. Sports: Junior Var- sity Hockey 3: Junior Varsity Tennis 3: Varsity Hockey 4. James Michael Haywood 921 Burmont Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE -- School: A. A. Council 4: Student Council 3. Class: Home- room Color Captain 4: Play Usher 3: Com- mencement Usher 3: Play Committee 4. Sports: Varsity Football, Co-Captain 4. Carol Ann Helfrich 1012 Morgan Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD7School: Acorn Re- porter, Acorn Editorial Board 2, 3. Librarian 4: Leaders' Group 3, 4: All School Show Cast 2: Distinguished Honor Roll 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3: Play Usher 4: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee 2: Play Commit- tee 4. Clubs: A Cappella "B" 3: A Cap- pella "A" 4: Astrophychem 2: Choral 2. 3. 4: Hi-Y 4: Latin 2: Le Cercle Francais 3. 4: Tay-Wistalvan 3, 4. Carol D. Herr 26 Pilgrim Lane Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC - GOLDX-Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4. Donna Marie Hill 522 Larchwood Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC-GOLD---Class: A. A. Council 4: Student Council 4: Welfare Agent 4: Welfare Board Chairman 4: Honor Roll 3: Dance Committee 3: Play Committee 4. Clubs: A Cappella "A" 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: First Aid and Social Service 3, 4: Hippocrates 2, 3, Vice President 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Latin 2, 3, 4: Pan-American 3. Recording Secre- tary 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Basketball 2: Varsity Basketball 3, Co-Captain 4. .L 1 IE! ' Es IZ3 iw , ..,. . , H lie' .4 .,., ,, W.. , 5? CLASS 0F 1956 William Lawerence Hascher 622 Sycamore Avenue Clifton Heights ARTS AND CRAFTS-PURPLE. Robert Milton Hays 1000 Lamb Road Secane SCIENTIFIC-PURPI.E-School: Band 3. 4. .lohn Heck 6910 Baltimore Avenue Lansdowne GENERAL BUSINESS-PURPLE, George Joseph Hennelly 90 Barbara Road Drexel Hill DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION - GOLD- Clubs: Distributive Education 4. Marguerite Ann Hickman 423 Spruce Avenue Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC - GOLD--Class: Home- room Color Captain 2: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 3, 4: Executive Com- mittee 2, Ruth Ann Hilton 218 Guilford Road Lansdowne STENOGRAPHIC-GOLD-School: Publi- cations Business Staff 3. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4: Dance Committee 3. Clubs: Bowling 4: Choral 3: Hippocrates 3. CLASS OF 1956 Sherrill Lynn Hinneburg 5211 Whitehall Drive Clifton Heights SCIENTIFIC-GOLD-School: Acorn, Edi- torial Board 4, Girls' Sports Editor 4: Lead- ers' Group 3: Welfare Agent 3: Honor Roll 3: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Pep Rally Committee 4. Class: Play Usher 3: Commencement Usher 3: Oak, Literary Staff 3: Dance Committee 2. Clubs: Hippocrates 3: Hi-Y 3, 4: Leeuwenhoek 2: Tay-XVistal- van 3, 4, Sports: Varsity Swimming, Man- ager 3: Varsity Hockey 4. Mary D. Hough 804 Cedar Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD - School: Welfare Agent 4. Clubs: A Cappella "A" 4: Choral 2, 3, 4. Edward Hovsepian 7216 Hilltop Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC-PURPLE-Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3. Clubs: Latin 2. Sports: Junior Varsity Wrestling 2. Robert B. Huffard 121 South State Road Upper Darby SALESMANSH1P-PURPLE-School: Gym Aide 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3, 4. Lois Ann Hugues 1132 Harding Drive Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC - GOLD4School: Gym Aide 4, Robert Michael lmperatrice 31 Powell Lane Upper Darby GENERAL-GOLD. im we 4 Salem? M' . "" lie 1 is liii sig if A . it ign at William G. Hoffner 375 Edmonds Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE--Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Senior Play Cast. Clubs: A Cappella Treasurer 4: Choral 3, 4: Visual Aids 2, 3, 4. if 4 " James B. Hovis . ,r .Ml qi 608 Montana Avenue Clifton Heights , .',, SCIENTIFIC-PURPLE-Clubs: Chess 3: .."v . V Musical Masterpieces 4. a . - ., "1 . E 4 Nancy Lee Howell 4063 Ellendale Road Drexel Hill STENOGRAP1-11C-PURPLE-School: Pub- lications Agent 4: Student Council 2. Class: Dance Committee 2, 3: Play Production 3, 4: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 4. Donald David Hughes 2572 Bond Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC-GOLDfSchool: Gym Aide 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3. Sports: Junior Varsity Football 2, 3: Junior Varsity Baseball 2. 3: Varsity Football 3. J. Alan Huntsman 819 Elm Tree Road Lansdowne SCIENTIFIC-PURPLE-School: All School Show Production 2, 3: Gym Aide 4. Class: Play Usher 3, 4: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee 2. Clubs: Latin 2. Sports: Varsity Wres- tling 2, 3, 4. Susan .lane Irvin 365 Cheswold Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLDW-School: Acorn Re- porter 2: Publications Agent 3: Welfare Agent 2, 3: All School Show Cast 2, 3, 4: Gym Aide 3, 4. Class: Play Usher 3, 4: Homeroom Color Captain 4: Oak Literary Staff 3: Dance Committee 2, 3: Executive Committee 2: Party Committee 2: Play Committee 3, 4. Clubs: A Cappella "B" 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 2: Tay-Wistalvan 4: Bowling Club 2. Mildred Lucille Jackson 32l Burmont Road Drexel Hill I STENOGRAPHIC 1 GOLD--Class: Home- room Color Captain 2. 3. Richard R. Jamison 56 Richlield Road Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS-PURPLE. Timothy Jefopoulos 69 N. Keystone Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - PURPl,EfSchool: Student Council 2, 3. Class: Vice President 2, 3, 4: Commencement Usher 3. Clubs: Hi-Y 2, 3, Treasurer 4. Sports: Varsity Football 2, 3, 4: Varsity Track 3, 4. Robert Edward Johnson 7071 Clover Lane Upper Darby ACCOUNTING-PURPLE -Clubs: Bowling Team. Co-Captain 4. Dorothy Mae Jones 265 Gramercy Drive Clifton Heights STENOGRAPI-IIC - GOLD: Class: Dance Committee 4. Robert G. Jordan 69 Sunshine Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC-GOLD. 4, g 5 ,mes .swf f ' f- me I .Q H-we-al.. F ,.,.. 't e ir i, M. E "', .w 4 . ga WE? M.. as : as N I N kt. X it X 8 CLASS OF 1956 Barbara L. James 537 Elm Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC 1 GOLD-School: Publications Agent 4: Welfare Agent 2: Welfare Com- mittee Z: Gym Aide 4: All School Show Cast 4. Class: Play Usher 4: Dance Com- mittee 4. Clubs: Choral 2. 4. Sports: Basketball Numerals 3. Marlene H. Jarrett 919 Childs Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC 4 PURPLE -- School: Honor Roll 2, 3. Class: Dance Committee 3. Clubs: Choral 4: Future Teachers of America 4: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3: Library 2. 3, 4: World Affairs Forum, Vice President 4. Karen Christina Johansen 48 South Kirklyn Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC - GOLDfSchool: All School Show Production 2, 3: National Thespian Society 3. 4: School Stage Crew 4. Class: Junior Play Stage Crew 3: Senior Play Stage Crew 3, 4. Clubs: A Cappella "B" 4: Choral 3, 4. Barbara R. Joly 929 Blythe Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE+School: Publica- tions Business Staff 2: All School Show 3, 4. Class: Play Usher 3, 4: Dance Committee 4: Play Committee 4. Clubs: A Cappella "B" 3, 41 Choral 2, 3, 4: Future Teachers of America 3, 4: Library 2. Sports: Junior Varsity Swimming 3. 4. Molly Brewster Jones IOOI Vvlilde Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE--School: Publica- tions Business Staff 2: Publications Agent 2. 3: Gym Aide 3. Class: Play Usher 3: Dance Committee 3. Clubs: Future Teachers of America 3. 4: Library 2. Nona May Kaidor 508 Foss Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC f GOLD - School: Welfare Agent 3: All School Show Cast 3. 4: Gym Aide 4. Class: Homeroom Color Cap' tain 3: Dance Committee 2. 3. Clubs: A Cappella "A" 4: Choral 3, 4: First Aid and Social Service Club 3, 4: Hippocrates 3. 4: Pan-American Z. CLASS 0F 1956 Edward John Kaloudis 53 Springton Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC-GOLD7Clubs: World Affairs Forum 4. Sporls: Varsity Soccer 4. Marvin N. Kafz 3444 Marshall Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC-PURPLE-School: All School Show Cast 3: National Thespian Society 3, 4 Band 3 4 Orchestra 3 4 Hi Team 4' 1 . . 1 , : -O , Purple and Gold Speaking Contest 3, 4: Purple and Gold Spelling Contest 2, 3, 4: Band Prize 3. Class: Junior Play Cast: Senior Play Cast. Clubs: Musical Master- pieces 3. .lane Priscilla Kennedy 2433 Eldon Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE - School: Publica- tions Agent 2: All School Show Cast 4: Gym Aide 3. Class: Homeroom Color Cap- tain 3, 4: Play Usher 3: Oak Literary Stall 3, 4: Dance Committee 4: Party Committee 2: Play Committee 3. Clubs: Choral 3: Pan- American 2. Sports: Junior Varsity Hockey 3. Joan Delores Kerr 142 Oakley Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS-PURPLEfSrhool: Gym Aide 3. Class: Homeroom Color Cap- tain 3. Wallace D. Kinden 526 Hampshire Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC GOLD Clubs R'fle 2 - -- : i , 3, President 4. Sports: Rifle, Manager 3. Philip William Klaus, Jr. 128 Copley Road Upper Darby SALESMANSHIP - GOLD -- School: Gym Aide 3. 4' I - , . fi: ' M 4 iff 2 lvl 1- A at f ' Richard Kaplan 6818 Clover Lane Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - GOLD 4-School: Student Council 2. 3. 4: Hi-O Team 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2. 3, 4: Algebra ll Prize 2: Latin Prize 2: Harvard Book Prize 3: Physics Prize 3: Plane Geometry Prize 3: American History Prize 3. Class: President 2, 3, 4: Junior Play Cast: Commencement Usher 3: Bulletin Board Committee 2: Dance Com- mittee 2, 3: Executive Committee 2, 3, 4: Play Committee 3, 4. Clubs: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Sports: Junior Varsity Football 2: Varsity Football 3, 4: Varsity Track 2. Lois Ann Kelly 49 South Brighton Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: Publica- tions Agent 2, 4: Student Council 3: Gym Aide 4: Honor Roll 2, 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2. Clubs: Bowling 4: Choral 4: Hippocrates 3, Treasurer 4: Leeuwenhoek 3, Vice President 4. Sidney F. Kern l 1 I North Fairview Avenue Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC-PURPLEAClubs: Bowl- ing 2: Choral 3. Muriel Florence Kile 4026 Marshall Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC-PURPLE---Class: Dance Com- mittee 3. Clubs: Choral 3, 4: Future Teachers of America 3: Hippocrates 2, 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 2. Harry Edward Klaus 1 117 Mason Avenue Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS-GOLD. Richard Leon Klekotka 7270 Bradford Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC - GOLD 4 Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3: Play Usher 4: Play Com- mittee 4. Clubs: Pan-American 2. Sports: Junior Varsity Baseball 2. Daniel C. Kline 216 South Lynn Boulevard Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAIITS-PURPLE-School: All School Show Production 2, 4. Class: Jun- ior Play Cast: Junior Play Stage Crew 4: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee 2. Clubs: Choral 3: A Cappella "B" 4, Sports: Basketball Numerals 4: Junior Var- sity Soccer 2, 3, Jane Ann Klinger ll27 Hollywood Avenue Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS-PURPLE. Frank Thomas Kodadek 7286 Lamport Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS-GOLD. Marcia Ann Koons ll-l Wilde Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC-GOLD--School: Publications Agent 2, 4: Welfare Agent 3: All School Show Cast 3, 4: All School Show Produc- tion 2. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4: Dance Committee 4. Clubs: Choral 2, 3. 4: A Cappella "A" 3, 4: Le Cercle lfrancais 3: Secretary 4, Walter Lee Kunkel 123 Houston Road Lansdowne ACADEMIC-GOLD--School: Honor Roll 2, 3. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2. Sports: Basketball Numerals 3. Charles John Lake 4200 Garrett Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD- -Clubs: A Cappella "B" 4: Choral 2. 3, 4. Sports: Junior Var- sity Soccer 2. 3: Varsity Soccer 4. , fwi, in '53-wg .wg 7 4 5. iii: CLASS OF 1956 David George Kline 52Ol Springneld Road Clifton Heights GENERAL BUSINESS-PURPLE. Donald John Taylor Kniley, Jr. 68 North Keystone Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE---School: Student Council 4: Honor Roll 3. Clubs: Leeuwen- hoek Z, President 3. 4: Musical Masterpieces 4, Patricia J. Konieczka 735 Blythe Avenue Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS-PURPLE-V-School: Gym Aide 3, 4. James F. Korsh 251 Barclay Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - GOLD 4 School: Band 4, Sports: Junior Varsity Wrestling 2, 3: Junior Varsity Soccer 2, 3: Varsity Soccer 4: Var- sity Vhestling 4. Michael Lacklman 238 l.eCarra Drive Lansdowne ACADEMIC-GOLD-School: Ford Motor Award 2. 4: Gimbel lndustrial Award 3, 4. Sports: Basketball Numerals 2. Donald John Lake 221 East Greenwood Avenue Lansdowne SCIENTIFIC-PURPLE-eClass: Homeroom Color Captain 3. Sports: Varsity Cross Country 4. CLASS OF 1956 George W. Langill 353 Edmonds Avenue Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS-PURPLE. Douglas Barton Leathem 1208 Cornell Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD 4 School: Leaders' Group 2, Personnel Executive 3, 4: Student Council 3, 4: Student Council Executive Committee 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distin- guished Honor Roll 2. 3, 4: Pep Rally Com- mittee 4: District Chorus 4. Class: Bulletin Board Committee 3: Dance Committee 3. Clubs: A Cappella "A" 3. 4: Choral 2. 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, Vice President 4: Rifle 2. 3, 4, Treasurer 3: Visual Aids 2, Vice President 3. Sports: Varsity Rifle 3, 4. Dennis Lee 208 South Cedar Lane Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS-PURPLE-Sports: Varsity Wrestling 3, 4. Janet Constance Le Grand 112 Ashton Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS GOLD-Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4. Jean Ellen Leitch 511 Mason Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLDYScl7ool: Acorn Re- porter 4: Welfare Agent 2. Class: Home- room Color Captain 3: Play Usher 4: Dance Committee 3, 4: Play Committee 4. Clubs: Choral 3, 4, Executive Committee 4: First Aid and Social Service 3, 4: Hippocrates 3, 4: Pan-American 2. Barbara Levitt I7 Berbro Avenue Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC-PURPLE--School: Pub- lications Typing Staff 4: Leaders Group 2. 3: Publications Agent 4: Student Council 2: All School Show Cast 3, 4. Class: Home- room Color Captain 3: Commencement Ush- er 3: Dance Committee 2. 3. Clubs: A Cap- pella A'B" 4: Choral 3, Executive Committee 4: Le Cercle Francais 2: Tay-Wistalvan 4. 12 Edward S. Lawrence 1232 Cornell Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC-PURPLE. Robert Charles Lecher 940 Turner Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC-PURPLE-School: Acorn Art Staff 3, 4: Student Council 2. 4: All School Show Cast 2, 3, 4: School Stage Crew 2: Band 2. 3, President 4: District Band 3. 4: Royallaires 2. 3: Bobcats 4: Orchestra 2: Honor Roll 3: Robert A. Doane Band Award 3. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3: Oak Literary Staff 3: Dance Committee 3, 4: Play Committee 3, 4. Clubs: Hi-Y 4: Pan- American 3. Willeine Lee 2l6 Parker Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC-GOLD-School: Publications Agent 4: All School Show Cast 3. 4: Band 2, Head Majorette 3, 4: Gym Aide 4. Class: Dance Committee 2. 3. Clubs: Future Teachers of America 3, 4: Hippocrates 2. 3, Secretary 4: Latin 2. Sports: Basketball Numerals 3. Ronald Harry Leisenring 5243 Reservation Road Drexel Hill SALESMANSI-IIP-PURPLE, Lois L. Lenhard 2456 Hillcrest Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC-GOLD7School: A. A. Coun- cil 4: Leaders' Group 3: All School Show Production 3: National Thespian Society 4: I-Ionor Roll 3. 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 4. Class: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 3: Executive Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee 2. Clubs: Choral 3: Hi-Y 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4. Sports: Basketball Numerals 3: Junior Varsity Ten- nis 2: Varsity Tennis 3, 4: Varsity Hockey 3, 4: Most Valuable Player 4: Varsity Bas- ketball 3, Co-captain 4. Elizabeth Ruth Lewis 3423 Plumstead Avenue Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS - GOLD - School: Band Majorette 2, 3, 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captaln 3, 4: Dance Committee 3, 4: Party Committee 2. Clubs: Bowling 4: Hippocrates 3, 4. .lanet Ruth Lewis 9200 West Chester Pike Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC-GOLDV-School: Publif cations Typing Staff 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2. Clubs: Choral 3. Ruth Carol Lipsky 254 Sanford Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - GOLD i- School: Leaders' Group 3: Band 2. 3, 4: Gym Aide 4, Class: Play Usher 4: Oak. Literary Staff 3, 4: Dance Committee 2. 3, 4: Party Committee 2. Clubs: Future Teachers of America 3, 4: Pan-American 4: Tay-Wistalvan 3, 4: World Affairs Forum 4. Carl Wayne Lock 225 North Wycombe Avenue Lansdowne SALESIVIANSHIP-PURPI.EgClass: Home- room Color Captain 4. Clubs: A Cappella "B" 3: Choral 3. Carolyn Diane Loeliger 256 Hampden Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS - GOLD - Clubs: Bowling 3: Pan American 3, 4. William R. Lorenz 4014 Lasher Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD -A School: Student Council 2, 3, President 4, Executive Com- mittee 3, 4: Purple and Gold Spelling Con- test 2, 3: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3: Algebra II Prize 2: Public Speaking I Prize 2. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 4: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 3: Executive Committee 3. Clubs: Hi-Y 2, 3. 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Soc- cer 2. 3: Varsity Soccer 4. 250 Ashby Road Upper Darby SALESIVIANSHIP-GOLD -fl MW 'lf 3 Robert Louis Luongo i l. jg ,Q seji as 129 5 . A 9 ., ,.. X-Q I9 AX . s .. ,.s..s3-f if 4 CLASS OF 1956 Dorothy V. Link 228 West Bayberry Lane Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC-GOLD-School: Publi- cations Typing Staff 4. Clubs: A Cappella "B" 3: Choral 2. 3, William Angelo Lista 445 Glendale Road Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS-PURPLE-School: Gym Aide 2. Sports: Varsity Wrestling 3. Donald William Lodge 4002 Vernon Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE - Sports: Junior Varsity Soccer 3, Varsity Soccer 4. William John Long 1033 Cornell Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC-PURPLE7School: All School Show Production 2, 3: Band 2, 3, 4: Or- chestra 4: Royallaires 2, 3. Raymond F. Luber 2205 Harwood Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE - School: Acorn Editorial Board 4 1 Acorn Reporter 3, Assistant News Editor 4. Class: Honor Roll 2. 3. 4: Homeroom Color Captain 2. Clubs: Bowl- ing 4. Junior Varsity Team 4. Thomas Anthony Luongo 250 Ashby Road Upper Darby SALESIVIANSHIP-PURPI.E. CLASS OF 1956 David R. Lynch 516 Eaton Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE - School: A. A. Council 4. Class: Dance Committee 3, 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Cross Country 2, 3: Junior Varsity Wrestling, Manager 2: Var- sity Cross Country 4: Varsity Tennis 2, 3, Captain 4. Diana Reid Mackenzie 307 Owen Avenue Lansdowne ACADEMIC-PURPLE-School: Acorn Re- porter 2, 3: Acorn Art Staff 2: Leaders' Group 2, 3: Publications Agent 2: Student Council 2: All School Show 2, 4. Class: Play Usher 4: Dance Committee 4: Play Committee 4. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: A Cappella "B" 4: Beaux Arts 2: Future Teach- ers of America 4: Pan-American 2, 3. Sports: Junior Varsity Swimming 3: Varsity Swim- ming 4. Catherine L. Mancuso ll Winiield Avenue Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS-GOLD. Carol A. Manfred 829 Anderson Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC-GOLD-School: Acorn Art Staff 2, 3: Upi-Dah Art Staff 2, 3, 4: All School Show Cast 3, 4: Color Guard 2, 3, Captain 4: Poster Committee, President 4: Honor Roll 4. Class: Senior Play Stage Crew 2: Play Usher 4: Commencement Usher 3: Oak Literary Staff 3: Oak Art Staff 4: Dance Committee 2. 3, 4: Play Committee 3, 4. Clubs: Choral 3, 4: A Cappella "A" 4: Beaux Arts 2, 3: Future Teachers of America 3, 4: Pan-American 4. Thomas J. Manos 1111 Concord Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC-GOLD. Mary Melanie Marhefka 809 Roberts Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE - School: Student Council 3: All School Show Production 3: Gym Aide 3, 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain Z, 4: Oak Literary Staff 3: Oak Art Staff, Editor 4: Dance Committee 3. Clubs: Choral 3, 4: A Cappella "B" 4: Pan-American 2. ., 16 Q5 QQ 5 as : .xg tits ' N- if ' st. ei 1. . . '-.- V ky. 1 , , -5. :ss U. -1, ::s:egSa3:-fi: v . ..: ,Q J :.- V:.,'..'o. .. V -.- ire '- I Jiffw rl .. . ft 1 ar .Q "" VI .. . 35' A L' . . ' NYY. W' V 4 ' - L 5, 32. . . : fi - , Ji.: ,, 'ls ii " . ,, 4 , fl y 4 3 535. Thomas C. Lyons 347 Cheswold Road Drexel Hill ACCOUNTING-PURPLE-School: Publi- cations Agent 3. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3. Sporls: Junior Varsity Soccer 3: Varsity Soccer 4. Nicholas Mallis 24 Glencoe Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS-GOLD. Philip Francis Mancuso ll Winfield Avenue Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS-PURPLE. Nadine Patricia Manieri 116 North Fairview Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC-PURPLE-School: Band 2, 3, 4. Clubs: First Aid and Social Service 3, Secretary'Treasurer 4: Hippocrates 4: Library, Vice-President 4: Future Teachers of America 4. Eleanor Margaret March 8513 Lansdowne Avenue Upper Darby ACCOUNTING - GOLD--School: National Thespian Society 3, 4: School Stage Crew 4. Class: Junior Play Stage Crew 3, 4: Senior Play Stage Crew 4. Clubs: Choral 3, 4. Geraldine Marinari 7284 Bradford Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS-GOLD. Celeste A. Marincola lll Normandy Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS-GOLD. William W. Mason, Ill 42l Burmont Road Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS - GOLD - Sports: Basketball Numerals 3, 4: Junior Varsity Baseball 3, Assistant Captain 3. Ruth Eleanor Mauser 7 I 35 Radbourne Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC - GOLD-School: Publi- cations Business Staff 3: Publications Typ- ing Stall 4: Student Council 4: Welfare Agent 3: All School Show Cast 3: Honor Roll 2. 3. 4. Class: Homeroom Color Cap- tain 2: Commencement Usher 3. Clubs: Bowling 3: Choral 3: Hippocrates 3. Geraldine Marie Mazzone 223 Sherbrook Boulevard Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC - PURPLE-Class: Ex- ecutive Committee 2. Marianne E. McCaffrey 906 N. Vvlestmoreland Drive Orlando. Florida ACADEMIC - PURPLE- -School: Student Council 3: Honor Roll 2: Distinguished Honor Roll 2: Purple and Gold Spelling Contest 4. Class: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 3: Play Committee 4. Clubs: Pan-American 2, 3: Rifle 2. .Ioan Marie McCIernon 7804 Westview Avenue Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS-PURPLE. CLASS OF 1956 Anne Marie Marshman II84 Dermond Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC-PURPl,EfSchool: Gym Aide 3, 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2, 3: Executive Committee 2, 3, 4. Clubs: Choral 2. Nancy Jane Maull 329 Copley Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC - GOLD--School: Purple and Gold Spelling Contest 3: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4. Class: Commencement Usher 3, Dance Com- mittee 3: Party Committee 2. Clubs: Le Cercle Erancais 3. Richard Vincent Mazza 900 Mason Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: All School Show Cast 3: National Thespian Society 2, 3, Sergeant-at-Arms 4: Honor Roll 4. Class: Junior Play Cast: Junior Play Stu- dent Director 4: Senior Play Cast. Clubs: Musical Masterpieces 3. Patricia Marie McAndrew 7255 Clinton Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC-PURPLE. Robert McCann 6801 Radbourne Road Upper Darby SCIENTII3IC-PURPLE-School: Gym Aide 3. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3, 4. Sports: Varsity Cross Country 4: Varsity Basketball 2, 3. 4. .lohn Anthony McCloskey 757 Concord Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD - School: Upi-Dah Literary Staff 4: National Thespian Society 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 2. 3. Class: Junior Play Cast: Senior Play Cast: Senior Play Stage Crew 3. Clubs: Hi-Y 4: Latin 2, 3, 4. 821 Drexel Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: Publica- tion Agent 4: Student Council 2: All School Show Cast 3, 4: Gym Aide 3, 4. Class: Play Usher 3: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2: Play Committee 4. Clubs: Bowling 3, 4: Bowling Team 3, 4, Varsity Captain 3: Latin 2. Sports: Junior Varsity Hockey 3: Varsity Hockey 4: Bas- ketball Numerals 4: Tennis Manager 4. CLASS OF 1956 Florence Mary McCormick If at Janet Louise McNabb 720 Belfleld Avenue Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS - PURPLE-Clubs: Choral 3. John Campbell McQuacle 7414 Miller Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC-PURPLE. Nancy Alice Messel 4744 Woodland Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD4School: All School Show Cast 2: German II Prize 3, Clubs: Choral 2: German 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3. President 4: Le Cercle Francais 2. Elinor Marie Michael 5008 Smithfield Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: Leaders' Group 2, 3: Publications Agent 3: Student Council 4: Student Council Executive Com- mittee 4: National Thespian Society 2, 3, 4: Band 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4: Purple and Gold Spelling Contest 3: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3: Geometry Prize 3. Class: Junior Play Stage Crew 2: Senior Plav Stage Crew 3: Play Usher 4: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Play Committee 4. Clubs: A Cappella "A" 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Ger- man 3, Treasurer 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Latin 3, 4. Sports: PIAA Swimming Meet 2, 3: Varsity Swimming 4. Herbert N. Miller l0l0 Concord Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC-GOLD--School: Gym Aide 3, 4. Nancy Louise McFadden 358 Lombardy Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE - School: Welfare Agent 3: All School Show Cast 3, 4: Wel- fare Board 3. Class: Homeroom Color Cap- tain 2, 4: Commencement Usher 3: Oak Literary Staff 3: Dance Committee 3: Play Committee 4. Clubs: A Cappella "A" 4: Choral 3, 4: Pan-American 3: Tay-Wistal- van 4. Sports: Basketball Numerals 3: Jun- ior Varsity Hockey 3. John Michael McNally, 30l Township Line Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS-GOLD. William Mace Meade 104 N. Cedar Lane Upper Darby ACADEMIC - GOLD - Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4. Clubs: Choral Z, 3, Treasurer 4: A Cappella "B" 3, A Cappella "A" 4. Sports: Basketball Numerals 3. John Wilhelm Meyer 4333 Woodland Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC-GOLD. Carolyn Miecler 265 Margate Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS - PURPLE-Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Play Commit- tee 4: Dance Committee 3. Clubs: Choral 2, 3. Marie Anne Miller 1l5 Marlborough Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC-PURPLE-School: Pub- lications Typing Staff, President 4: Leaders' Group 3: Student Council 3: Gym Aide 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 4: Distinguished Honor Roll, Z, 3: Acorn Editorial Board 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2, 3: Executive Committee 4: Party Committee 2: Play Committee 4. Clubs: A Cappella "A" 4: A Cappella "B" 3: Choral 2, 3, 4: Pan- American 2, Corresponding Secretary 3, Presi- dent 4. Robert B. Miller l0l4 Cobbs Street Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD A Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: A Cappella "B" 4. Sports: Basketball Nu- merals 4, Barbara L. Minassian 32l Clearbrook Avenue Lansdowne ACADEMIC - PURPLE-Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4. Clubs: Choral 4: Pan-American 2. .Ioan Eleanor Moerman 27l Margate Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS - GOLD - School: Publications Agent 3. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3: Play Committee 4. Clubs: Bowling 3: Choral 2. 3. Linda Lee Moore 4067 Ellendale Road Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC-PURPLEfSchool: Pub- lications Agent 4. Clubs: Bowling Team 4: Choral 2, 3. Martha Ann Morrison 312 Huntley Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC-GOLD-School:Publica- tions Agent 4: Gym Aide 4. Class: Home- room Color Captain 2, 3: Dance Commit- tee 3, 4. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4. Richard Albert Mostardo 8527 Monroe Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC-PURPLE+SchooI: All School Show Cast 2: Gym Aide 4. Class: A Cap- pella 'AB" 4: Choral 2, 3, 4, Sports: Junior Varsity Football 2: Varsity Football 3, 4. Co-Captain, Most Valuable Player 4: Junior Varsity Baseball, Captain 2: Varsity Basket- ball 4. 1 L '- INT im J'-'WV Alice C Mills 4030 Sommers Aienuc Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD - School: Welfare Agent 2: All School Show Cast 3, 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Spanish Prize 3. Class: Play Usher 4: Commencement Usher 3: Oak CLASS OF 1956 K Nils-.4 at I 5. i i. I I . .ii' l ' ' 1 V- 5 g x km 3 L. it it we f, Literary Staff 3, 4: Dance Committee 3, 4: Executive Committtee 4. Clubs: A Cappella "B" 3: A Cappella HA" 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Pan-American, Corresponding Secretary 4. David Mitchum llll Burmont Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC-PURPLE--School: Band 4: Orchestra 3, 4: District Orchestra 4: Honor Roll 3: Distinguished Honor Roll 3. Sports: Junior Varsity Cross Country Manager 3: Varsity Cross Country Manager 4. Gary Robert Mooney 225 Gramercy Drive Clifton Heights ACADEMIC - PURPLE--Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2. Clubs: Bowling Team 4: l.e Cercle Francais 2. David Morales 3205 Marshall Road Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS-GOLD. Mary Jane Morton 2407 West Marshall Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC-GOLD7School: Gym Aide 3. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: Inirst Aid and Social Service 3, 4: I-Iippocrates 3: Pan-American 2. Harry H. Mulholland 228 Meadowbrook Avenue Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS-PURPLE7CIubs: Varsity Rifle Nlanager 4. CLASS OF 1956 Florence M. Murphy 440 Lansdowne Avenue Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS - GOLD - School: Publications Agent 3: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4. Class: Dance Committee 3. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, Executive Committee 3. Harriet A. Nelson 163 Houston Road Lansdowne GENERAL BUSINESS-GOLD, Nancy Jeanne Newberry 531 Wilde Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-Clubs: Choral 4: Leeuwenhoek 3, Secretary 4: Musical Mas- terpieces 3, Secretary 4. Robert H. Newby 5235 Westbrook Drive Clifton Heights ARTS AND CRAFTS - PURPLE-Clubs: Bowling Team 2, 3, 4. .loan Evelyn Neyhart 13 8 North Cedar Lane Upper Darby ACADEMIC-GOLD-School: Publications Agent 2: Clubs: Dance Committee 4. Rosemary Nichols 214 Pilgrim Lane Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC-GOLD-School: Publi- cations Agent 2, 3, 4: Gym Aide 3, 4, Class: Oak, Literary Staff 3: Dance Committee 3. Clubs: Bowling 2, 3: Choral 3: Hippocrates 2, 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Hockey 3. F. ., . vi as i . fuse s fats? i f? at . .. W N, ,fx E army, 3 1 .i Z .2 S Allen B. Myers 7243 Bradford Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE - School: Honor Roll 4. Clubs: Rifle 4. Sports: Junior Var- sity Baseball 2. Walter L. Nelson 552 Broadview Road Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS-PURPLE. Q ' , Barbara .loan Newby 5235 Westbrook Drive Clifton Heights " 0 ' ' STENOGRAPHIC-GOLDfSchool: Publi- FQ.fg5g'ff:g: cations Typing Staff 4: Publications Agent 22 'QM ' Welfare Agent 2: All School Show Cast 2. Clubs: Choral 2: A Cappella MA" 3, 4: - Bowling Team 3. 'l Q, ,iw i M I Q Warren M. Newmark g 1800 Garrett Road Lansdowne ACADEMIC-PURPI-E7Clubs: Bowling 3: if A Team 3: Latin 2, Rf ,gs gk Q., as T E if sl H if ,,,., Edith Margaret Nichols g - BBQ . 3451 Valley Green Drive Drexel Hill wwf.. ll a w S--4, .ai egg . GENERAL BUSINESS - GOLD - School: Publications Agent 3: Majorette 2, 3, 4. Class: Play Usher 4: Dance Committee 3, 4. Clubs: Bowling 2, 4: Hippocrates 3, 4. , ".. y x . V. 3 .:... g g :gill 1 ':" V. g Polly Anna Nicklow , 844 Ormond Avenue A Drexel Hill f A gg: ACADEMIC-PURPLEYSchool: All School is df Q A--. 451 - . Show Production 3: Honor Roll 3. Class: ',-tzfgfe e f ' Commencement Usher 3: Oak, Literary Staff Y' fy , ' 3, 4: Dance Committee 3, 4: Play Commit- 1 1 tee 4. Clubs: Bowling 3, 4. 'tp f Alexandra P. Nicolaou 114 Chatham Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC - GOLD 3 School: Acorn Re- porter 3. Clubs: Future Teachers of Amer- ica 4: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3: Library 3: Pan-American 4. Margaret L. Oakley 528 Winfield Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - GOLD ff School: Upi-Dah Literary Staff 4: Leaders' Group 2: Publica- tions Agent 3: All School Show Cast 3, 4: National Thespian Society 3, 4: Purple and Gold Spelling Contest 2, 3: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: French Prize 3. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Junior Play Stage Crew 2: Com- mencement Usher 3: Bulletin Board Com- mittee 2: Dance Committee 2, 3: Executive Committee 2: Play Committee 3, 4. Clubs: Choral 3, 4: A Cappella "B" 4: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, President 4: Tay-Wistalvan 3, 4. James Alexander Orr 1406-A Bywood Avenue Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS-PURPLE. Peter Oteri 2903 Marshall Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC-PURPLE. Robert .Ioseph Oulahan 7176 Midway Avenue Upper Darby DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION-PURPLE --Clubs: Distributive Education 4. Arthur A. Palenschat 523 Glendale Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE---School: Student Council 3: Boys' Hi-Y 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Executive Committee 4, Clubs: Latin 2. Sports: Junior Varsity Foot- ball 2: Varsity Football 3: Varsity Cross Country 4, Novice Winner 4: Varsity Track 4. 'Q X s 53 1 x JK?-f T es. i ,i fi si 'Zi R4 ilu-H1 , A44 L S 'Q' CLASS OF 1956 Martha Joyce Noel 301 Maple Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: Publica- tions Agent 3: Student Council 2, 4: All School Show Cast 2, 3, 4: National Thespian Society 2, 3, President 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Academic Biology Prize 2: English Prize 2, 3: French I Prize 3: Hi-Q Team 4: Purple and Gold Spelling Contest 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3: Junior Play Cast: Senior Play Cast: Commence- ment Usher 3: Play Committee 4. Clubs: A Cappella "A" 3. 4, District Chorus 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Latin 2: Le Cercle Francais 4: Tay-Wistalvan 2, 3, 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Basketball 2: Var- sity Hockey 3: Varsity Tennis 2, 3, 4. Terry Walter Oncay 4050 Lasher Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC-PURPLEfSchool: All School Show Cast 3: Gym Aide 4. Class: Home- room Color Captain 2. Clubs: Choral 2. Sports: Junior Varsity Football 2: Varsity Football 3: Varsity Basketball, Manager 4: Varsity Baseball 2, 3. Michael L. Ossar 218 Bayard Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - GOLD - School: National Thespian Society 2, 3, Vice President 4: School Stage Crew 3, 4: Gym Aide 3: Honor Roll 2. Class: Junior Play Stage Crew 2, 3.4: Stage Manager 3, 4: Senior Play Stage Crew 3, 4: Commencement Usher 3. Clubs: Hi-Y 3, 4. Frieda Otten 511 Massachusetts Avenue Aldan ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: Welfare Agent 2. Class: Play Committee 3, 4. Clubs: German 2, 3. 4, Vice President 3. Barbara Ann Owens 258 Gramercy Drive Clifton Heights STENOGRAPHIC - GOLD--School: Publi- cations Typing Staff. Secretary 4: Publica- tions Agent 2: Welfare Agent 3: Gym Aide 4: Honor Roll 3. Class: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: A Cappella "B" 3: A Cappella "A" 4. Ronald Alan Parker 534 Millbank Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS-PURPLE. CLASS OF 1956 Rose Passero 7l4 Eaton Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPIE -- School: Honor Roll 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 3, 4: Play Committee 4. Clubs: A Cappella UA" 4: Choral 3, 4: Euture Teachers of America 2, 3, Secretary 4: Le Cercle Eran- cais 3, 4. Sporlsr Basketball Numerals 3, James E. Patton 734 Thorndale Road Upper Darby ACCOUNTING - GOLD - Sports: Junior Varsity Soccer 2, Phyllis Marie Pennypacker 330 Childs Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE---School: Upi-Dah. I.iterary Staff 2, 3, 4: Upi-Dah, Art Staff 2, 3, Art Editor 4: I.eaders' Group 3, 4: Student Council 4: All School Show Produc- tion 3, 4: National Thespian Society 3, 4: Hi-Q Team 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3. 4: Art Prize 2, 3. Moore Institute of Art Scholarship 3. Class: Homeroom Color Cap- tain 2: Junior Play Stage Crew 3. 4: Senior Play Stage Crew 4: Commencement Usher 3: Bulletin Board Committee 2, 3: Dance Com- mittee 2, 3. 4: Party Committee Z: Play Committee 4. Clubs: I3eaux Arts Z, 3, Vice- President 4: Future Teachers of America 3. 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: I-atin Z, 3, Vice President 3: World Affairs Forum 2. 3, 4, Secretary 3. Edgar N. Persons 192 Richfield Cottage Upper Darby ACADEMIC-PURPLE. James William Pittinos 4400 Bloomfield Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC-PURPLE--School: All School Show Cast 4. Clubs: A Cappella HA" 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 3: Rifle 2. Sports: Junior Varsity Football 3: Varsity Track 2, 3. Phyllis Lee Potter 7109 Hazel Avenue Upper Darby ACCOUNTING-PURPI.E7School: Publi- cations Agent 3: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4. Class: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 3. Clubs: Beaux Arts 3: Rifle 2. Joanne A. Patterson 4039 Vernon Road Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC-PURPLE-School: Pub- lications Typing Staff 4: All School Show Cast 2, 4: Color Guard 2, 3, 4: Gym Aide 3, 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4: Play Usher 4: Commencement Usher 31 Dance Committee 3: Play Committee 4, Clubs: Beaux Arts 3: Choral 2, Executive Committee 3. Carmela Marie Penna 58 North Keystone Avenue Upper Darby STENOGRAPI-IIC-PURPLE--Sports: Bas- ketball Numerals 4, Paul Cutler Perryman 539 Hampshire Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC-GOLD-School: Acorn Art Staff 3, 4: E. B. Kingsley Art Award 2, 3, 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Oak Art Staff 4: Dance Committee 3: Executive Committee 3: Play Committee 4. Sporls: Junior Varsity Soccer 2, Virginia Lydia Pfau 267 Wembley Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC-PURPLE. Charles Henry Platt 3230 Marshall Road Drexel Hill DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION-GOI.D- School: Student Council 4. Class: Home- room Color Captain 2: Play Committee 4. Clubs: Choral 3: Distributive Education, President 4. Robert G. Powell 4031 Vernon Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC-GOLD-Clubs: Beaux Arts 4: Bowling Team 4. John Britton Quinn 178 Saint Lawrence Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS-GOLD. William K. Ragan, Jr. 322 Richtield Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC-GOLD--Class: Oak, Photo' graphic Staff 4. Clubs: Rifle 2. 3, 4. Sporlsf Varsity Rifle 3, 4. f , Waynle Charles Rarnerf , ' 7266 Spruce Stifeet , pe.r'Dai'by SCIENTIFIC -,SSQLD -H Cla' : Executive Committee 2,1 dlubs.: ,P-a merican 2, Sports: Junior Xl'frsjty'Wrestling 2: Junior Varsity Soccer Zl-'Varsity Sfoecef 3, 4. ,I . vu , . Russell A. Raynes 502 Maine Avenue Aldan SCIENTIEIC-GOLD--School: Publications Agent 4. Class: Play Usher 4. Clubs: Chess 3. Sports: Basketball Numerals 4: Junior Varsity Wrestling 3. J. Harold Reber 834 Ormand Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC-PURPI,E-School: Band 2, 3, 4. Robert E. Rhea l87 Powell Lane Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS-GOLD, :i w se?-if OF 1956 Edith Mary Rae 7256 Radbourne Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC-PURPLE, Sandra L. Ralston 2700 Huey Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE fa School: A. A. Council 4: Acorn Reporter 3, 4: Leaders' Group 3, 4: Student Council 2, 3: All School Show Cast 3, 4: Honor Roll 2. 3. 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3, 4: Class Color Captain 3, 4: Play Usher 3: Com- mencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 3: Executive Committee 3: Play Committee 4. Clubs: I-Ii-Y 3, 4. Sports: Basketball Nu- merals 3: Junior Varsity Basketball 3: Var- sity Hockey 3, Captain 4: Junior Varsity Tennis 3: Varsity Basketball 4. George Frederick Ray 5l8 Childs Avenue Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS - GOLD 1 School: Band 2, 3, 4. Class: Junior Play Cast. Sandra Anne Reagoso 817 Burmont Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC-PURPLE-4School: All School Show Cast 3, 4: Gym Aide 4. Class: Home- room Color Captain 3, 4. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, Executive Committee 4. Sports: Bas- ketball Numerals 2. A. David Renner 3l6 North Avenue Secane ACADIEMIC-PURPI,E7Clubs: A Cappella "A" 2, 3. President 4. Accompanist 2, 3, 4: Choral 2. 3, 4. Accompanist 2, 3, 4. Roberta Ann Riley 1015 Lamb Road Secane GENERAL BUSINESS-GOLD. CLASS OF 1956 James H. Ritchie 4344 Woodland Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC-GOLD-School: A. A. Coun- cil 2, 4: Gym Aide 4. Class: Class Color Captain 4: Homeroom Color Captain 3, 4: Commencement Usher 3. Clubs: A Cappella "B" 3, "A" 4: Choral 2, 3, 4. Sports: Basketball Numerals 2: Junior Varsity Base- ball 2: Varsity Soccer 3, 4, Most Valuable Player 4: Varsity Basketball Z, 3, 4: Var- sity Baseball 3, Co-Captain 4. Nancy Jo Roberts 4110 Vernon Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC-PURPLE-School: Gym Aide 3, 4. Clubs: Choral 2, 3: Pan-American 4. Sports: Basketball Numberals 2. Edwin Howard Robinson, Jr. 3711 Huey Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: Publica- tions Agent 2: Gym Aide 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Soccer, Manager 2, 3: Varsity Soccer Manager 4. Charles Edward Rolling 237 East Greenwood Avenue Lansdowne SCIENTIFIC-GOLDfScbool: All School Show Cast 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2: Band Award 3. Class: Junior Play Cast. Clubs: Hi-Y 4: Latin 3. Barbara Ann Romig 4018 Dayton Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC-GOLD-School: Acorn Edi- torial Board 4: Publications Business Staff 2, 3, Business Manager 4: Upi-Dah Literary Staff 2, 3: Gym Aide 3. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 21 Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 3, 4. Clubs: Hi-Y 4: Le Cercle Francais 4: Bowling 3. Anthony R. Ruffo 7225 West Chester Pike Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS - GOLD - School: National Thespian Society 2: Gym Aide 2. 3, 4. Class: Play Usher 3. 4 e 3- he air is eflhw my , tr, . .ga ,,, ,,,y ,-, .. F ... . K fs- , , a Mary Suzanne Robbins 1029 Edmonds Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC-GOLD-School: All School Show Cast 3, 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3: Play Committee 4. Clubs: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3. Donald Miller Robinson 3832 Crest Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-+School: Publica- tions Agent 4: Honor Roll 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Baseball 2, Joan Elizabeth Rogers 1239 Agnew Drive Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC-PURPLE: School: Wel- fare Agent 3: Gym Aide 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Tennis 3. Marie Ann Romano 236 Shadeland Avenue Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS-PURPLE, Elizabeth Ann Rossman 3 25 Margate Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: Publica- tions Agent 3. 4. Clubs: Bowling 3, Team 3: Pan-American 2, 3, Sports: Junior Var- sity Hockey 3: Varsity Hockey 4: Varsity Basketball 3, 4. Joseph Thomas Ruhl 938 Fairfax Road Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS-PURPLE. W , WML, . ' Grover Stanley Ruley 6814 Baltimore Avenue Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS-PURPLE-fSrhool: School Stage Crew Z. 3. 4. Clubs: Pan- American 2: Visual Aids 4. Sporls: Junior Varsity Iiootball 3. William .I. Sabatino 369 Avon Road Upper Dalby ACADIIIVIIC-PURPI.E7Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4: Commencement Usher 3. Clubs: PanfAmerican. Treasurer Z. Sporls: Junior Varsity Football 3: Varsity Track 3. Frank A. Salter 5I4 Millbank Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS-PURPLE--School: XVelfare Agent 4: All School Show Cast 2. Ervin Ronald Sandell 303 Richfield Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE -fe School: A. A. Council 4: Student Council 4: Gym Aide 3, 4: Honor Roll 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Commencement Usher 3. Clubs: Choral Z: Hi-Y 3, 4, Sports: Junior Var- sity Basketball 2, 3: Varsity Basketball 4: Varsity Baseball 2, 3, Captain 4: Basketball Numerals 4. Barbara Sue Sarvis 5207 Bella Vista Road Drexel llill GENERAL BUSINESSQPURPI,E7Sch'ool: Publications Agent 3: Gym Aide 3, 4, Clubs: Choral 2. James V. Sayers I33 North Carol Boulevard Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - GOLD -- School: Student Council 2. CLASS OF 19 6 Kay Yvonne Ryan 208 East Greenwood Avenue Lansdowne ACADEMIC-GOLD --School: Publications Agent Z, 3: All School Show Cast 3: Honor Roll 4, Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Play Usher 4: Dance Committee 3: Party Committee Z: Play Committee 4. Clubs: A Cappella 3: Bowling Z, President 3, Team Z. 3: Choral Z, 3: Latin 2. Carole Ann Salerno 539 Spruce Avenue Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC-GOLD' School: Band Z. 3. 4. Class: Dance Committee 3, Clubs: lfuture Teachers of America 43 Library 4. .loan Wallis Sand 7Ol2 Hilltop Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC - GOl.D'ffSchool: Acorn Re- porter 4: Leaders' Group 4: Publications Agent Z: XVelfare Agent 4: All School Show Production Z. 4: National Thespian Society 3, 4: Honor Roll 2. 3, 4. Class: Junior Play Cast: Play Usher 3: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee Z, 3. Clubs: Ifuture Teachers of America 4: Tay-Wistal- van Z. 3, 4: XVorld Affairs Iforum 3, 4. Charles E. Sanderson l I I4 Roosevelt Drive Upper Darby DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION-PURPLE --Clubs: Distributive Education 4. Arthur Howard Saxon 310 Eldon Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE -- School: A. A. Council 3: Acorn Editorial Board, News Bu- reau. Editor 4: Acorn Reporter 3, 4: Publi, cations Agent Z: Student Council. Treasurer 4: Student Council Executive Committee 4: All School Show Cast 4: Honor Roll 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 4. Class: Com- mencement Usher 3: Oak Literary Staff 3: Dance Committee Z, 3: Executive Commitf tee Z: Party Committee 2: Play Committee 4. Clubs: A Cappella "A" 4: A Cappella Treasurer 3: Choral Z, 3, President 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Soccer Z. 3: Varsity Soccer 4: Varsity Track 3. Nancy Scavitto 51 Richfield Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS - GOLD 4 School: XVelfare Agent Z: Gym Aide 3, 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4: Play Committee 4. Clubs: Library 1, CLASS OF 1956 Kenneth A. Schaeffer 33 South Kirklyn Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE - School: Home- room Color Captain 2, Sports: Junior Var- sity Soccer 2. Louise C. Schilpp 1141 Morgan Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC-GOLD----School: Acorn Re- porter 2, 3, 4: Leaders' Group 3, 4: Wel- fare Agent 2: All School Show Cast 2: Gym Aide 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll Z, Class: Play Usher 4: Com- mencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4. Clubs: A Cappella "A" 3. 4: Astrophy- chem Z: Choral 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Tay- Wistalvan 3, Vice President 4. Lawrence Albert Schreier 65 Hartley Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC-GOLD---School: All School Show Cast 4: Band 2, 3, Robert P. Schwabe 143 Springton Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - GOLD - Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3. Sports: Basketball Numerals 3. Linda .lane Sener 357 Upland Way Drexel Hill ACADEMIC-GOLD-School: Gym Aide 3, 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3, 4: Dance Committee 2, 3. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, Executive Committee 4: First Aid and So- cial Service 3, 4: Hippocrates 3, 4: Le Ccrcle Francais Z. George Lawrence Sharp 3908 State Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC-GOLD4-School: All School Show Cast 3, 4: Gym Aide 4, Class: Home- room Color Captain 2, 3: Dance Committee 4: Play Committee 4, Sports: Junior Var- sity Football 3: Varsity Football 4. 140 Jacqueline Schemm 219 Bayard Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC - GOLD - School: Welfare Agent 2. Clubs: Choral 4: Library 4: Pan-American 4. Nancy Schmied 238 South Fairview Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC-PURPLEfClubs: Bowling 2. Helene Mary Schumacher 515 Argyle Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC-GOLD-School: All School Show Cast 3, 4: All School Show Produc- tion 2: Honor Roll 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4: Play Usher 3, 4: Oak Literary Staff 3: Dance Committee 3: Play Committee 4, Clubs: A Cappella "A" 3, 4: Choral 2: Le Cercle Francais 3, Vice-President 4. Richard M. Semel 20 North Pennock Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC - GOLD - Clubs: A Cappella "A" 4: Choral 2, 3. Sports: Junior Varsity Baseball 2. Rodger K. Shaffer 1146 Wilson Drive Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS-PURPLE-Clubs: A Cappella "B" 4, Bettie Buckner Shaw 3700 Highland Aveiue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD4School: Publications Business Staff 4: Publications Agent 2: Gym Aide 3. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3, 4: Dance Committee 3: Play Committee 4. Clubs: Choral 2: A Cappella "B" 3: A Cap- pella "A" 4: Le Cercle Francais 3: Tay- Wistalvan 3. 4. Margo Sheldon 32l Lincoln Avenue Lansdowne ACADEMIC - PURPLE 4 School: Student Council 2: All School Show Production 2: National Thespian Society 3, 4: Gym Aide 3, 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4. Class: Junior Play Cast: Senior Play Cast: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 3: Play Com- mittee 3, 4. Clubs: Choral 2: A Cappella "B" 3: A Cappella "A" 4: Latin 2: Tay- Wistalvan 3. 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Bas- ketball, Manager 3: Varsity Basketball, Man- ager 4. Philip Walter Sherwood 209 East Greenwood Avenue Lansdowne ACCOUNTING-GOI.D+School: Gym Aide 3: Honor Roll 3. Sports: Basketball Nu- merals 4. La Verne K. Shifter 319 Lombardy Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC-PURPLE--School: Gym Aide 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3, 4: Executive Committee 2. Clubs: Choral 2, 4: Hi-Y 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Bas- ketball 2, 3: Varsity Basketball 4: Varsity Football 3. 4: Varsity Baseball 3, Co-Captain 4. .lane Siddall 238 Kent Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC-GOLD - School: Publications Business Stat? 3: Publications Agent 4: Or- chestra 2, 3, 4. Class: Dance Committee 3, 4: Party Committee 2. Clubs: Le Cercle Francais 4: Pan-American 2, 3, Treasurer 4. Carol Joy Singer 7106 Hilltop Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC - PURPLEfSchool: Publica- tions Business Staff 4: XVelfare Agent 4: Gym Aide 3: Honor Roll 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 3. Class: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 3, 4, Clubs: A Cap- pella "A": Beaux Arts 2: Choral 3, 4: Executive Committee 3: Future Teachers of America 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 2. Sports: Junior Varsity Hockey 3: Junior Varsity Swimming 4. Danae Lanore Slider 213 Meadowbrook Avenue Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC-PURPLE-School: Pub- lications Typing Staff 4. S 4 K 3 - . . ,.f.. .ar 4, 'Hu " ---' ii P' it . 'wa 'Tyr l ' ' ' s .. . ,,., T W' CLASS OF 1956 Richard Clayton Shenk 3704 Bonsall Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD - School: Leaders' Group 2: Band 2. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3. Clubs: A Cappella "A" 4: Choral 3, Sports: Junior Varsity Soccer 2. Blair C. Shick 7251 Bradford Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - GOLD - School: Student Council 2: Purple and Gold Spelling Con- test 3, 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4. Class: Play Usher 3, 4: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Usher 3: Dance Committee 2, 3: Party Com- mittee 2. Clubs: Hi-Y 4. Mark Shohat 3lO Bayard Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC - GOLD - Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2. Clubs: Choral 4: Pan- American 2. Ivy Sandra Siegfried 622 Harper Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD--School: Publications Business Staff 2: Leaders' Group 2, 3: Stu- dent Council 2. 4: All School Show Cast 2. All School Show Queen 4: National Thes- pian Society 3, 4, Class: Junior Play Stage Crew 3: Senior Play Stage Crew 4: Dance Committee 2, 3: Executive Committee 3, 4. Clubs: Choral 2: A Cappella "A" 3, 41 Hi-Y 2, 3, President 4. Barbara Anne Singleton 116 Pilgrim Lane Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC-GOLD-School: Publications Agent 4: Gym Aide 3, 4. Class: Play Usher 3: Oak Literary Staff 3, 4: Dance Commit- tee 3: Executive Committee 3: Play Com- mittee 3, 4. Clubs: Future Teachers of America 2, 3: Le Cercle Francais 2. Sports: Junior Varsity Hockey 3: Junior Varsity Tennis, Manager 3: Varsity Hockey 4: Var- sity Tennis, Manager 4. Barbara .lune Smith 730 Belfield Avenue Drexel Hill DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION-PURPLE 7School: Publications Agent 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4. Clubs: Choral 2, 3: Distributive Education 4. CLASS OF 1956 Bonnie Gail Smith 287 Whitehall Drive Clifton Heights DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION-PURPLE --School: Welfare Agent 4. Clubs: Dis- tributive Education 4. William Paul Smith 126 South Lynn Boulevard Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE--School: Student Council 3: Purple and Ciold Spelling Con- test 2, 3, 4. Class: Homeroom Color Cap- tain 2, 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Basket- ball 2, 3: Junior Varsity Baseball 2. William Edward Spaeth 2804 Hillcrest Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC-GOLD. Nathan G. Stackhouse 317 Windermere Avenue Lansdowne SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: Publica- tions Agent 2. 3, 4: All School Show Pro- duction 2, 3, 4: National Thespian Society 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 4. Class: Junior Play Cast: Senior Play Cast: Commencement Usher 3. Carol Wilhelmina Steinke 912 Turner Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE -- School: Welfare Agent 3, 4: Honor Roll 4. Class: Play Usher 3: Oak Art Stall' 3, 4. Clubs: Future Teachers of America 43 Latin 3: World Af- fairs Forum 4. Barbara Ann Steube 132 Academy Lane Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC - PURPLE - Clubs: Bowling 2. Sports: Junior Varsity Hockey 3: Junior Varsity Basketball 3. Eugene M. Smith 3820 School Lane Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-Clubs: Pan-Ameri- can 4. William George Snyder 1011 Edgerton Road Sccane GENERAL BUSINESS-PURPLE--School: Ciym Aide 4. Class: Homeroom Color Cap- tain 3, 4: Executive Committee 2, 3. Clubs: Choral 2: Pan-American 2. Sports: Junior Varsity Football 2, 3: Varsity Wrestling, Co-Captain 4. Gordon F. Spina 804 Harper Avenue Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFT - PURPLE - Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3. Clubs: Agri- culture, President 4. John Charles Stanko 3224 Plumstead Avenue Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS-PURPLE-School: Honor Roll 4. Judith Stentz 116 Alexander Avenue Drexel Hill Entered December, 1955 ACADEMIC-PURPLE-Clubs: A Cappella "B" 4: Hippocrates 4. Miriam .l. Stevenson 4032 Huey Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC-GOLDfSchool: A. A. Coun- cil 4: Publications Agent 2, 3: Ciym Aide 3, 43 Upi-Dah, Art Staff 4. Class: Play Committee 4. Clubs: Le Cercle Francais 2: Bowling Team 3, Vice President 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Hockey 3: Junior Varsity Tennis 3: Varsity Hockey 4. Margaret Louise Stidham 1254 Wilson Drive Upper Darby ACCOUNTING-PURPLE-Clubs: Rifle 2, 3. Duane Elizabeth Struth 163 Westdale Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC - PURPLE -- School: Welfare Agent 2, 3: National Thespian Society 3. 4. Class: Junior Play Production 3: Senior Play Cast: Senior Play Production 4. Clubs: A Cappella MA" 3, 4: Beaux Arts 2: Bowling 2: Choral 2, 3, 4: First Aid and Social Serv- ice 3, 4. William John Sweeney 218 East Greenwood Avenue Lansdowne ARTS AND CRAFTS-PURPLE. Sports: Junior Varsity Cross Country 2. ., , i -Ja I sJ 3 l Harriet Alice Szabo , 1 Eur'-we 1137 Roosevelt Drive Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS - GOLD - School: -5 Publications Agent 4: All School Show Cast A I 2. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, Rise 2, 3. bg y :I 1 .-. S. .,, M Q Norman Taylor 4 : 43 South Second Street Lansdowne :.: , Zi ARTS AND CRAFTS-PURPLE-Sports: - ... ., " Basketball Numerals 4. 1 1- Virginia Mae Theurer 1001 Rhodes Avenue Sccane STENOGRAPHIC-GOLD-School: Publi- cations Typing Staff 4: Publications Agent mm 2, 3: All School Show Cast 4: Gym Aide 3, 4: Honor Roll 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2, 3. Clubs: Bowling 2: Choral 2, 3, Executive Committee 2. I sg .... ..,- L I A .Z 7 S v A'.-',' , E Y :... .25:g:52gI 1 .. . is 143 CLASS OF 1956 Richard Allan Struck 202 Blanchard Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE - School: A. A. Council 4: All School Show Cast 3: Gym Aide 4. Class: Class Color Captain 4: Home- room Color Captain 2, 3, 4: Executive Com- mittee 4: Pep Rally Committee 4. Clubs: Pan-American 2. Sports: Junior Varsity Baseball 2: Varsity Football 3, 4: Varsity Basketball 3, 4: Varsity Baseball 3, 4. Evelyn Martha Suddarcl 213 St. Laurence Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC-PURPLE-School: Pub- lications Business Staff 2: Publications Agent 2: Upi-Dah, Literary Staff 2: Leaders' Group 3: Honor Roll 2. Clubs: Library 2: Bowl- ing 2, 3. Sports: Basketball Numerals 4: A. A. Secretary 4. Claude Charles Sweet 75-11 Drexelbrook Drive Drexel Hill ACADEMIC-GOLDfSchool: Band 2, 3, 4. Clubs: Bowling 4, Team 4. Joyce Ann Taiirian 279 Coverly Road Lansdowne GENERAL BUSINESS - PURPLE-Clubs: Bowling 2: Choral 2. M. Gayle Terrey 4037 Marshall Road Drexel Hill ACCOUNTING-PURPLE---School: Publi- cations Business Staff 3, 4: Welfare Agent 3: Gym Aide 3. Class: Homeroom Color Cap- tain 3: Dance Committee 3. Sports: Junior Varsity Hockey 3: Varsity Hockey 4. Janet Evans Thompson 234 Bayard Road 1 Upper Darby ACADEMIC-GOLD-School: Acorn Edi- torial Board, Staff Secretary 4: Acorn Reporter 3, 4: Publications Business Staff 2: Leaders' Group 2, 3, 4: All School Show Cast 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 4: Play Usher 3, 4: Commence- ment Usher 3: Dance Committee 4: Party Committee 2: Play Committee 4. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: A Cappella UA" 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Latin 2, Treasurer 3: Le Cercle Fran- cais 4: Tay-Wistalvan 3, 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Hockey 3. CL OF 1956 Robert C. Thompson 7016 Llanfair Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC-PURPLE--Class: Play Com- mittee 4. Ronald Paul Toussaint 344 Abbey Terrace Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS-GOLD, .loseph Everett Trimble 305 Cheswold Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC-GOLD7School: Acorn. Edi- torial Board 4: Acorn Art Stalf 3, Art Edi- tor 4: Upi-Dah, Art Staff 4: Student Coun- cil 2, Band 3, 4: Pep Rally Committee 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4: Oak, Art Staff 4. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: A Cap- pella "B" 3, A Cappella "A" 4: Le Cercle Francais 2. Sports: Junior Varsity Soccer 3: Varsity Soccer 4: Varsity Track 2. 3. Robert C. R. Tucker, Jr. 302 Shadeland Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD -- School: All School Cast 2, 3: Band 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 4: Royal- laires 2, 3. Clubs: Bowling 4. Team 4: Pan-American 2. Eleanor A. Tyrrell 7110 Hilltop Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC-GOLD--School: Publications Business Staff 4: Leaders' Group 4: Publica- tions Agent 4: All School Show Cast 3, 4: Poster Committee 4. Class: Commencement Usher 3: Oak, Literary Staff 3: Dance Com- mittee 2, 3, 4: Play Committee 3, 4. Clubs: A Cappella "A" 4: Bowling 2, 3: Choral 3, 4: Future Teachers of America 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Hockey 3. Beverly May Urban 7431 Rogers Avenue Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS - PURPLE-HClass: Dance Committee 3. Clubs: A Cappella "A" 3, 4: Choral 2, 3. Librarian, Executive Com- mittee 4: Future Teachers of America 3: Hippocrates 2: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3. 144 Stephen Francis Thurber 73 Houston Road Lansdowne GENERAL BUSINESS-GOLD. Arthur Travaglini 17 Marlboro Road Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS-PURPLE. Doris Elizabeth Tubbs 61 l Andover Drive Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC-GOLD---School: A. A. Council 4: Leaders' Group 3, 4: All School Show Cast 3, 4: National Thespian Society 3: Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Gym Aide 3, 4: Honor Roll 3. 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3: Pep Rally Committee 4. Class: Class Color Captain 3. 4: Hoineroom Color Captain 2, 3. 4: Commencement Usher 3: Oak Literary Staff 3. 4: Dance Committee 2. 3, 4: Executive Committee 2, 4: Play Committee 3. 4: Pep Rally Committee 4. Clubs: Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 42 Tay-Vvlistalvan 3, President 4: Bowling Club 2. Sports: Varsity Cheerleading 2. 3, Co- captain 4: Basketball Numerals 2. .loan Louise Turner 467 XVilde Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC-GOLD-School: Honor Roll 3: Distinguished Honor Roll 2. Class: Play Usher 3, 4: Commencement Usher 3: Oak. Literary Staff 3, 4: Play Committee 4. Clubs: A Cappella "A" 4: Choral Club 3. 4: Future Teachers of America 3, 4: Latin 2, 3, 4. Charles L. Uebele 2429 Cedar Lane Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE - Clubs: Musical Masterpieces 4. Phillip Lawrence Urrasio 7255 Glenthorne Road Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS-GOLDf-School: All School Show Cast 2. Spencer T. Videon 400 Shadeland Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE---School: Student Council 2: All School Show Cast 4: Gym Aide 4. Class: Class Color Captain Z: Home- room Color Captain Z, 4, Clubs: A Cap- pella "A" 3, 4: Choral Z, 3, 4: Hi-Y 4, Sports: Junior Varsity lfootball Z: Varsity Iiootball 4. Robert L. Villiger 412 State Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC-PURPLE---School5 All School Show Cast 4: Band Z, 3. 4: Royallaires Z. 3, Bobcats 4. Class: Class Color Captain 3: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3: Dance Com- mittee 2: Executive Committee 4. Clubs: Hi-Y 4: Pan-American Z. Sports: Basketball Numerals 4: Junior Varsity Football 3: Jun- ior Varsity Basketball Z, 3: Junior Varsity Baseball 2, 3: Varsity Basketball 4. Brenda Vogel 1100 Morgan Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD -4 School: Leaders' Group. Captain 4: Student Council 3, Secre- tary 4: Student Council Executive Committee 4: All School Production 4: National Thes- pian Society 2, 3, 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3: Play Usher 4: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Executive Committee Z: Party Com- mittee Z. Clubs: Choral 2, Executive Com- mittee 3: Future Teachers of America 4: Hippocrates 3: Hi-Y 4: Tay-Vllistalvan 3, Secretary 4, Robert C. Waag 5035 Bond Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC-GOI.De-School: A. A. Coun- cil 4: Student Council 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2. 3: Public Speaking I Prize 2: American History Prize 3. Class: Treas- urer 3: Play Usher 3, 4: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2, 3: Executive Committee Z. 3. 4: Play Committee 3. Sports: Vars'ty Soccer Z. 4: Varsity Wres- tling 2. 3, 4. Carol Lee Wagner 46 Ashby Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC-GOl.DfSchool: Acorn Edi- torial Board 4: Acorn Reporter 2, 3: Stu- dent Council 4: Welfare Agent Z: A11 School Show Cast Z: Orchestra 2. 3, 4: District Orchestra 3: Honor Roll 2. 3. 4: Music Prize Z. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3: Dance Committee 3. Clubs: Bowling 2: Hi-Y 4: Latin Z, 3, Vice-President 4: Tay- XVistalvan 2, 3, 4. William John Wagner 106 North Pennock Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC-GOI.D--School: Gym Aide 4: Honor Roll 4. Class: Senior Play Cast. Clubs: A Cappella 4: Choral 3, 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Baseball Z: Varsity Basketball 4. CLASS OF 1956 Vincentine Ann Vignola 7281 Bradford Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC - GOl.D---School: Publications Business Staff 4: Publications Agent 3, 4: Gym Aide 3, 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4: Dance Committee 3, 4: Play Committee 4. Clubs: A Cappella "B" 4: Choral 3, 4: Future Teachers of America 4: Pan-American 2. 3. 4. William A. Vinton Z5 Valley Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC-GOI,D. David Walter Volker 2211 Ardmore Avenue Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS-GOLD. John Joseph Waclclington 5212 Alverstone Road Clifton Heights ACCOUNTING-GOLD. Janet Irene Wagner 107 Oakley Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC - PURPLE - School: Honor Roll Z, 3. Clubs: Rifle Z. 3, Secre- ary 4. Sports: Varsity Rifle 3. 4. 5 Frances E. Walsh 5331 Delmar Road Clifton Heights GENIQRAI. BUSINESS-GOLD, CLASS OF 1956 Muriel M. Walsh 1221 Old Lane Street Drexel Hill ACADEMIC-GOLD. William Noel Walsh 136 North Lynn Boulevard Upper Darby ACADEMIC - PURPLEwSchool: Publica- tions Agent 4: Gym Aide 3. Roberta Elaine Weiss 56 Gilpin Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC - PURPLE --- School: Leaders' Group 4: Publications Agent 3: Student Council, Executive Committee 4: All School Show Cast 4: All School Show Production 2. 3, 4: National Thespian Society 2, 3, Treasurer 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distin- guished Honor Roll 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4: Junior Play Cast: Senior Play Cast: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 3. Clubs: Future Teachers of America 3, Vice President 4: Hi-Y 4: World Affairs Forum 3, President 4. Carole Jeanne Wesfman 9 Overhill Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: Publications Business Staff 3, 4, Oak Manager 4: Student Council 3, 4: Welfare Agent, Welfare Board 4: Honor Roll 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Latin Prize 3: National Thes- pian Society 4. Class: Play Usher 3: Com- mencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 3: Party Committee 2: Play Committee 3, 4. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: A Cappella HB" 3, "A" 4: Future Teachers of America 3, President 4: Hi--Y 4: Latin 2, 3, Treasurer 4: Library 3. David W. Wetherill 247 South Carol Boulevard ' Upper Darby ACADEMIC-GOLD--School: Gym Aide 4, Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2. Clubs: Bowling 3, Team 3. Sports: Junior Var- sity Soccer 2: Varsity Soccer 3, 4. Richard W. White, III 218 North Linden Avenue Upper Darby Entered September, 1955 SCIENTIFIC-GOLD+School: Band 4. Norman Earl Walsh 315 Owen Avenue Lansdowne ACADEMIC - PURPLE - Clubs: Bowling Team 2. Mary Ann Ward 926 Argyle Road Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC - GOLD-Class: Home- room Color Captain 3, Clubs: Choral 2, 3. eaalleiewaf em I -V064 L5 gf 'V .. A O LD y fell-fp?J'V' CLWQO1' f : aa 0 ' T Mi Donald pclvYii'ai2lcl9'VVest 306 Eldon Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD - School: Student Council, Sergeant-at-Arms 4: Student Coun- cil Executive Committee 4: All School Show Cast 3, 4: Band 2, 3, Vice President 4: Bobcats 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Senior Play Cast: Dance Committee 3, 4. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, Executive Committee 4: A Cappella "A" 3, Treasurer 4: Hi-Y 4: Rifle 3, 4. Jane Helen Weston 4631 Woodland Avenue Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC-PURPLEfSchool: Wel- fare Agent 4, Clubs: Choral 3: Pan-Amer- ican 2, 3. ,, It . . . - ff M. Virginia Whetstone 904 Collenbrook Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC-GOLD-Clubs: Choral 2, 3, .,,- 4: Hippocrates 3: Pan-American 2. Margaret Ann Widger 4501 School Lane Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC-PURPLEfSchool: Pub- lications Typing Staff 4: Welfare Agent 2: All School Show Cast 2: Gym Aide 3. Class: Dance Committee 3, 4. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: A Cappella "BU 4. Linda H. Williamson 1116 Drexel Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC-GOLD-School: Publications Agent 3: Welfare Agent 4. Class: Dance Committee 4, Clubs: Choral 3. 4: A Cap- pella "A" 4: Future Teachers of America 3. 4: Pan-American 3: Rifle 3. .lane E. Wilson 365 Fairfax Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURP1.Ef-School: Publica- tions Agent 4: Welfare Agent 3: Gym Aide 4, Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4. Clubs: A Cappella "B" 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4. Barbara A. Wood 654 Oak Avenue Primos STENOGRAPHIC-PURP1.EeSchooI: Gym Aide 4, Sports: Junior Varsity Hockey 4: Basketball Numerals 4. Patricia Ann Yerger 828 Cornell Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE--School: Publica- tions Business Staff 2, 3, Circulation Manager 4: Leaders' Group 4: Student Council 3, 4: Executive Committee 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 4. Class: Play Usher 3, 4: Commence- ment Usher 3: Dance Committee 3: Execu- tive Committee 2: 3: Party Committee 2: Play Committee 4. Clubs: Choral 2, 3: First Aid and Social Service 3, 4: l,e Cercle Francais 3. Edward Zatlyn 431 Sansom Street Upper Darby ACADElVllC-PURPLE. Rosemary Ann Zimmerman 4016 Marshall Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC-PURPLE-fClubs: Choral 4: Hippocrates 4: l.e Cercle Francais 3: 1.i- brary 3, President 4. MM " ' W. anis: a ','- f i -. zli 147 CLASS OF 1956 Carol Anne Wilson 816 Cornell Avenue Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC-PURPLE-School: Pub- lications Typing Staff 4: Welfare Agent 2. Clubs: Pan-American 2. Sports: Basketball Numerals 4. William Henry Winter 4134 Rosemont Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC-GOLDfSchool: Honor Roll 4. Clubs: Hi-Y 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Soccer 3: Varsity Soccer 4. Robert E. Wood 5106 Palmers Mill Road Clifton Heights SALESMANSHIP-GOLD7Clubs: Rifle 3. .leanne Elizabeth Zarella 175 Marlboro Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC-PURPLE--School: Gym Aide 2. Clubs: Future Teachers of America 3, 4: Library 2, 4: Pan-American 4, Donald Elwood Zeuner 587 Snowden Road Upper Darby DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION-GOLD-A Clubs: Distributive Education 4. Students who did not have picture takenfg William King Robert Scarboro Stefan Segal Robert Sloat Barbara Joly thinks something is funny: Nancy Mclfadden, Alice Mills, Elaine Caras, and Joan Brown enjoy some food for thought: Halftimc refresher for Doris Tubbs and Frnnnc Farrell' Jayne Kennedy and Ari Palcnschat look a lirrlc tired: Nancy Jo Roberts models hur I.alin project: Ann Carter and lim Jsfopoulos in some fun for the ingcnious: Bob DcSlefano turns philosof phcr: Nancc Fawley, Nina Grady, Marilyn Adclizli, and Jayne Kennedy make like monkeysi Sleepy time gals-f--Arlene Bclefonlc and Sandy Rcagoso. 148 Xlicc Mills is in .1 stil of 3 S ag' Nggik SSS? wif 1 c cnthusiasm: Mr. lhlcrlog lms his .irms full of Nadine Manicri. linda Bnrras, Mrs. Puscy. and Ardic Ciilarncrz Nick Bozzi looks to the future: Faclli Griffith and J.inci Ilionipson shnrc A birthday: .loc lrimlulc .ind Bob "Susici' Millcrz Bob Villigcr .ind Paoli lxchcr own around: Cold wcntlicr crgw Nikki Irvin, liilccn Daly. Nlclanic Nl.irl1vl'kA. .ind Doris Tulwlws: XX'l7.it's sw lunnv, gang? Cfnrol lfrnns and lflinor Nlichi l ll , . is urn how io rlxid. llfi Tim Jefopoulos, Doris Tubbs. Richard Kaplan. Arlene Belefonte. Arthur Saxon, Ann Carter The recipients for the Service Awards were see lected for constant and unselfish service during the past three years. Dick has been class president for three years and on the varsity football and track teams. Ann was class secretary and co-captain of the varsity swimmers. Tim has been class Vicee president and a varsity football player. Art was School News Bureau editor and Student Council Treasurer. Doris was class color captain and cheer- leading co-captain. Arlene has been in Thespians and a soloist with A Cappella In addition to leading their class in scholarship, the recipients of the Scholarship Awards served their class well. Martha Noel served as president of Thespian Society and was a varsity tennis player. Dick Kaplan was class president and played varsity football. Ann Carter was class secretary and a member of A Cappella. Sherrill Hinneburg was Girls' Sports editor for the Acorn and played vars- ity tennis. Lucille Balukjian was on the OAK staff and in A Cappella. Nancy Alderfer served as assistant editor of the OAK and was in A Cappella. Lucille Balukjian, Sherrill Hinneburg. Richard Kaplan. Martha Noel, Nancy Alderfer. Ann Carter ' YZF! . 0, X Nliss llclcn Nlowry of th English dcpartmcnt and Mi' Ptiul Collify. Social Studies. Advisors to Llic Clqssnf l 957 i ,E ,. Bmndle Mason. Yicc-Pres. dent: Jann Powcll. Secretary Richard Meyer. President XVilliam Hamilton. Truasiirur First l'OLL'. 1. Io r.: J. Buccarelli. lf. Bostlcy. C. Vlagncr, B. Cross. S, Setorzd FULLY J, Powell. G. Miller. B. Mason. B, llarrtll C, Xogtlsunt, K ruger, Pa. Row. C, Neilson. B. H.1rl. J, Davis, S. lonmlino. C. Rite. Gilbert. R. Mcycr. B. Hamilton. A. Statzcll. ROOM 12 lfzrsl row. I. lo r.: Nlrs. Abrams, C, Vwlhaley. lf, Abrams. P. liord, J. Mast, J. Young, J. Koontz, J. Cake. Second row: ll. Pyle. B. Newton, A. Harper, Thomas. Nl. Davis, P. l-luke. C. Herring. 'l'l7ird row: P. Sgro. R. Rogers, J. Bennung. J. Scocca. C. Kennedy, R. Abrams. A. Falco. Fourth row: D. Szabo, J. De l.llCA. R. XVatts, J, Calhoun, B. l.oocker- man, XV. Olsen. R. Gilbert. ROOM 20 .Virxl row, I. Io r.: l.. Vwlharton, B. Berger. A, liorte. D, Korizc. R. Raflensberger. Second row: P. Dawkins. J. Harris. S. Zeldin, J. Scott, B. Thompson. S. Maun- lel. M. Hunter. N. Calvert, K. Nielson. Third row: H, Ralston. T. Kane. B, Shaw. T. Cameron. lied- clern. J. Kennedy, lourlh rote: J. l.ouderback. A, laraha. R. Osman. C. Boblaslxy. J. Gist. P. McNally. T. flepli. Mr. lhoiiipson. ROOM 21 lflrsl row, I. lo r.: J. Rankin. M. lhompson. P. Cass, C. lforte. ll. Huntsberger, J. DeBaun, P. McClure. Second row: lf. Krause, V. Berger. B. Hart, T. Shane. B. Alburger, li. XVhite. Third row: Nlr. Brooke, J Romagano. R. Good. ROOM 24 lfirsl row. I. lo r.: M. Nucci. A. Amato, K. Shaw, J. ldiaquez, C. McCook, R. Orlando. Second row: G. Miller. S. Whiie, R. DelBuono. l.. liuller, M. Rehak. R. Vwlerner. Third row: J. Dillaul, P. Lucas, H. Kline. D. Simcox. A. ljasles. R. Childs. Fourth mic: Mr. Cogey, B. Vilarren. S. Hillman, VU. Mitchell, J. Altricher. MECHANICAL DRAWING ROOM lim! ww. I. to 11: ID. I uciano. M. I ishcr. IJ. Inlincklcv M. Iniistcr. R. Cimhnm. R. Ixotib. Ii. 'Iit'nioy.in. Stwtimi ruttf .' I7, Mtvfhtt. D. Cicntncr. IQ. Cosco. XV. liuch. I Iinnncy. N. Boring. C, SIOughIy. il html row: Mr I' It 'Ii A JC t'I', . F1118 trong. XXI. Simcox. Ci, Cianfrnnn, II Ijattcrson. C. Hotigts. R. Di Sylvcstro. H. Miller ltwtzrlh I't1LL'Z IJ. XX'c.ivt'r'ing. J. Di Xfilurio. J. Ciiniufcl R. XX hitu. XX'. I.uf.is. I? P.ix'Im'itck, ID. Runnc. ROOM 30 lim! fmt. I. tw r.: IJ. Rich. C. Mcliarltiiid. .-X. Chcngnw C O I I i on I . Simpson. . cschgcr. .. 'ix'm.in. J. Jacks Sturm! rote: R. XX'hitc. If Bcrtolctt. D. XX'illiams. M Itxich. D. DQII. S. Kruger. J. Hart. S. Churchiil. C. Mollicliclla. l'l7z rti 1'oLU.' Ii. Gross. XX'. COnrAtI. J. Hcmphill. J. .fXi'ovi1ch. Il, Hofmann. R. Iiordham. .'X. Iiuintllc. fo t1I'll7 rms: R. Smith. XXI. Donaghy J. 'I'mdonc. R. SI. John. B. XX'.itwn. R. Bowmnii. ,X I7hiIIips. l'1rx1 rott. I. In r.: ROOM 33 C. Smith. N. Der Ohancssinn. IXI. Snail. X . I..icy. St't'ui7ti1'otL'.' 'Tom.iIino. G. XX'iIli.ims. N. Jnmistm. J. Ogtivn. R. Pilgrcnc. lhtrd row: Mr. Iaukfon. J. XX'icx J. klirosso. R. I't J. Irov.ircII1. R. It. 5. I.ynn. J. Santicrs. X'. Dornish. irdham. liourlh rwtur J. Brodeur. Montgomery. C. SncII. P. I..imImrn. Ii. Ccvwntino. C. Rtwti. VV. Btintn. ROOM 51 lun! mtv. I. to r 3 P. Atkinson. B. CIt'i'y. rX. Jiurncr. I. Inih. C. Rittx M. XX 'iIstvn. IQ. I5I.I5IxOX'IIl. .Sutrmtl rcrtt! .X. fX'IcX'cigh. Ii. Oison. B. C1.irIw.r. J. Jnros. NI. Dicluuii. G. II.iII. ilihzrtl' mic: J. Irudcau. R. 5.111 tucci. C. Barlclt. I". Ctwnii. B. Hcii'nicIt. If Bmunsiuii. J, IiF.lHlIl'1I. lwti :th mtv: Mrs. Moors. R. I.Von. R. XX'iIIi.ims, A. Inngr. J. IX"Io0ncy. IS. Uuvlc. A. I'i1li. IS. fXtI.iins. J. Snivciv. i 153 ROOM 125 lfirst rote. I. lo r.: A. Bactari. C. Collier. E. Bostley, K, Dietz. li. Nlengason, M, Jenkins, H. Rolleston, Second row: M. Smith. fl. Garrison. J, Vonderahe. R. Orlando. J. Lecher, Mr, Oswald. Third row: li. l.ast. C. Barby, R, Snyder. K. Macey, Turetzlay, D. Barras. lfourlh row: R. linfante. H. Draper. ROOM 130 lfirsl row, I. lo r.: G. Boyage. J. Johnston. B. Diggs, B, Henderson. T, Menold, Second row: M, Cayley. A, Leddv. P. Smith, Pi. Balmer, B, Rophel, Third row: C. Ciuslafson. B. Standring. B, Nlurray. H, Price. B, Hamilton. G. Schaper. Fourth row: S. VUillianis. J. luliano. XV. Turnier, T. l.aub. J. Maddock. J. Fritz. R. Brocchi, M. Dresner. ROOM 133 First row. I. lo r.: E. Bardaro, C. MecKling, K. Di Serio. M. Conroy. J. NVineland. M. Parris. A, Mish. Second row: Johnston, Ci. Boyajian. l.. Lee. B. Rowe, S. Smith. Third row: R. Myers, A. Stefano, H. Johns, J. Bauer, P. Price. G. Tyson, J. Duncan. Fourth row: Mr. Young. C. lfurlow. E. Brockerman. Y. Schilling. S. Curry. J. XVinner. J, Maloney. P. Harkins. D. Powell. ROOM 164 Ftrs! row. I. io r.: A. Vyfolfer. J. Patrick, I.. Watson. M. Jones, C. Kanakis. li. Dunbar. J. Barrar, M. Sabatelli, Serond row: M. Goldman, N. Dorsch, P. Barksdale. M, l.ewis. B. Monteith, A. Petersen. B. XYard. J. Moore. Third row: Mr. Swartz, l.. Herder, A. Statzell. D, Henderson. D. Cook. N. Rinnier.Four1h row: M. l.emke, P. Brady. R. Cox. K. XVogen. B. Kershaw, N. Bracklaill. E, Saha. 15-l ROOM 214 l'il.I'Sl rmu. I. Zo r.: Miss Gamble. l.. Sanner. N. Horsley. B. Cross. C, l-lerizel, J. Baxter, J. Pirmann. Serum! row: R, Schmidl. J, Moore, J. XX7atls. E. XX"0od. J. lfckroade. N, Stitchberry. XX', Braun. B. Crauel. Ci. Kauffman. Third row: Ulber. R. Maxwell. H. l.ee. P, llarlcins. R. Mylish. B. Crauel. l"oui'lh row: R. Gallagher. R. Duncan, B. Johnson. K. Yangello. R. Broderick. Ci. Daelveler, D. Beddis. J, Pueinu. ROOM 221 l71'z'.sl row, I, lo r.: S. Green, C. Subber. l.. llolin. C. XVelxster. J. Saunders. l.. Nlaellowcll. Sefcnml row: J. Broadbent. J. Croulhers, C, Nlorris, J, Holmes. D, Worknian. li, Kelly. Miss Chrisman. Third row: D. Canoe. A. Brown, C. Bedser. M. Johnson. XV, Stevenson. Foizrlh row: C. McClain. C. Yogelson. R, Yocum. ROOM 226 First row. I, lo r.: S. Suplee. A, XVeisberg. C, Behmke. D, Greene. J. Kiser. C. Abmeyer. A, Hopkins, D. Malardo. Second row: Miss Goodman. J. Brooks. A, Savastio. S. XVray, S. Crowthers. B. Price, M. Morrison. B. livans, 'lihird mic: C. Edingcr. C. Casper. G. Reed. lf, lloffmann. lf. l.ewis. XX'. Ness, liourth row: J, Buchanan. Berry. R, Steward. l.. XX'alscr. J, Schoppe, XV. Harral, R. McCloskev. A. Pappas, ROOM 227 l'lI'.il row. I. lo r.: l.. Buceiarelli, J, Mollola. M. Daniel- son, H. Price, A. XVyatI, l.. Sylvania. C, Markoe. Seiond row: J, Powell, B. Greninger, X', Houser. ll. Klee. C. Schmidt. A, XX'eiss. ll. l.ip5ky. 'lihiril rou.': lf Cranieri. B. Mason. B. Reid. R. Newton, l., Har- rington. li. MCCOrkell, B. Ciayer. lfourlh row: Miss Mowrv. H. Schmann. R, Mever. XX'. Slulpin, A. XX'al' IOD, R. Kavan-iian. J. lflliins. 155 CLASS OF 1957 X ROOM 253 Firsl row, I. lo r.: E. Marlin. Nl. NVcizer, T. Gutrlcr, B. Napoletano, lf. Baissel, J. Perce, C. Yarnall, Second row: D. Taylor. D. Schniepp. S, Pries, D. Burflend, J. Davis. B. Howgate. Third row: XV. Berwick, lf. Wascavage, K. Delmar, B. Butler, D. McCuen, T. Emery. Fourlh row: Mr. Hnrer. D. Litwin, B. Murphy, J. Surer. D. Harrison, J. Robb, A. Keating. D. Nolan. ROOM 260 First row, I. lo r.: G. Hale, L. Newman, M. Huebner, G. Taylor. H. Marlin, J. Schwartz, J, NVillis. C. Pur- cell, Second row: l. Benn. A. Koch. l.. Davis. C, Yocum, F. Ferrigno, J. Swab, S. DeBerardo. Third row: Mr. Remley, R. Lobley, E. Heidelberger. K. Watson, R. Serody, F. Cwermer, R. Zang. Fourlh row: J. Kelley. VJ. Robinson, F. Mcllyain. I. Bush- man, P. Calabrese. K, Del.ong, A. Beverly, I.. Evans. .4 X X Z .5 X, iv, . l56 Nlisx l'l..ll1Ol 5. D1Xmclio. mumbcr ul' lllc mmmcrci.1l Licplrlmcnl l.1cully, and Mr. Vrcd R. Inch, phvsicnl cdu' cation instruilor in charge oi' corrective wurk .uiviwrs In the Claw wi' '58, L. lo r.: Doris Marlin, surv- Iurg: John Balmm. I1'L'cISL1!'u1'. XVil1iam Nhrshnmn. puuszr Jeni: Georg: Carlqr. tau preszdem. x B5 K 1 lzrxl rcmzci. I. to 11: Mr, Loeb. R. Gambol. M, NVcddc1l. J. Bahm. VJ. Marshman, G. Carter. D. M.11'1fn, XV. Sheldon, C, Q.1mI'olo. Miss D1-Xmclio Icom! row: 15. Sccly. M, Saxon, I.. Vvfcavcr, S. Mullur. IT Buxton. A. Rechner. J. NVQIIS. N. Stamp. 'lhhzrd row: J, N'1JCI..1LIghIifl, C. Krcch, C, XVcil ROOM 23 Ifirst row. I. lo r.: J. Di Stefano. lj. Theurer. A. Kirkpatrick. N. Lundberg. N. Chadwick, M. Saxon S. Sitler. J. XVelch. Second row: R. Iannacone, L. Hald, J. Funk, M. Allsman. A. Branigan, J. Miller, E. Raab, A. Goldstein. Third row: Mr. Soscia, XV, Holleran, D. Robinson. B. Goldberg, R. Albanese. C. Martin, W. Vifallace, L. Brisbin. Fourth row: R. Mitchum, J. Streeter, J. Comfort. ROOM 53 First row, I. to r.: J. Donatelli. D. Scavetta, D. Arm- strong. S. Rankin. N. Miller, NV. Walsh. Serond row: D. Sjostrom. 'l'. Luongo. B. Gallagher, M. lngalzo, lf, Kuras. 'I-hird row: P. Mollichella, J. Thomas, M. Brazier. J. Martin. R. Ellis. W. Gardner. l.. Strom- herg. fourlh I'0LL'S Nlr. XVike. C. Schmied. D. Schwartz, R. Lewis. E. Holm. R. Regester, D Covington, lf. Goldman, R. Kelly. R. Brisbin. ROOM S5 First row, I. lo r.: M. Arnken. R. Jackson, Skelly, J. Lurcott, M. Dornisch, E. Rash, J. Wells. Second row: L. Brown, S. Clay, N. Britton, R. Scavo, P. Mitchell, P.1.ammcrs, J. Hall. Third row: J. Hughes, R. Morris, G. Warner, A. Hughes. J. Crane. A. Ligatti. Fourlh row: F. Altimore. J. Evans, H. Gray. G. Seavey. L. Subber, J. Reid, H. Masser. ROOM 61 First rote. I. Io r.: J. Hall, M. Schaal. B. lrimhle, P. Cross. A. Ralerink. S. Garber. E. Brooker. C. La Mon. J. Dougherty. Second row: D. Keytaniiian. E. Anderson, B. Artin, G. Vv'ert. L. Jennings. D. Cas- tracane, R. Crowers. Third row: J. Greer. XV. See- burger, Ii. Burcaw, C. Weil, H. Hutchings. J. Massey. E. Walters, liourlh row: Nliss Reimann, l.. Morrison, R. Light, R. liarmery. R. Rein. ROOM 62 I-'irsl row. I. lo r.: G. Jones. C. Ciarolialo. M. Moore. R. Tricker. M. l.ang. lf. Burke. B. Crowding, B. Hall. Second row: S. Vandersloot. C. Rau. B. Schaffer. J. Brown, N. Mangigian, S. Smith. B. Downham. Third row: lf. Seiwell. R. lfetrow, R. Culbertson. I.. VJein- stein. A. Angier. D. Matson, R. Morton. VJ. Icenhower. liourlh row: Miss Huston. R. Cireninger. lf. Kimble. J. Likens, J. Burns, R. Breton. ROOM 124 I-iirsl row. I. lo r.: Mr. McDonnell. B. Vlilliams. F. Marincola. G. Gerhart. A. Jorgensen. J. Moritv. A. Rechner. l.. Hamilton. S. Brown. Second row: N. l.awreni:e. C. Cunningham. G. Dudley. B. Snethen. A. Basself, J. Schmidt. R. Richer. F. Turner. Third row: l'l. Dagdigian, R. Atkinson. Ci. Murray. R. NVelZ. A. Kirkpatrick. XV. Jamison. A. Campbell. T. Griffith. lfourlh roiu: F. l.indenlwerg. J. Serafini. ROOM 132 lfirst rote. I. to r.: D. Bruce. B. Hannum. D. Reese. S. Muller, S. Markly. J. Kaelin. P. Schmitt. J. Sosts mann. E. XVilliams. Second row: N. Layton. l.. D'Ambrosio. C. Geddes. N. Dunlop. R. Turner. C. Duguitl, R. Pmaur. Third row: li. Grimm, R. liinn, J. Bahm. R. Kirk. A. Shor. Ci. Carter. XV. Rode. ROOM 151 I'ir.sl row, I. Io r.: R. J. Hare. J. Renner. B. Schneck. M. Kain. C. Urhano. M. Gilbert. D. Martin. Setond rote: l.. lfckersley. G. Buescher. C. Mulloy. J. Daniels. V. Vrlills. XV. Bellairs. M. Leighton. 'I hird row: R. Vferner, A. N'lcConnell. R. lilanagan. XV. Rogers. J. Nlynders. H. Silvernman. l.. Kleckner. B. Case. lfourlh row: Miss Kirker. R. Deem. Ci. Diiddy. D. Johnson. D. Grove. A. Taulv. D. l.arkin. XV. Powell. l59 ...-.. ROOM 152 ISI-1181 rote. 1. to 11: P. Daraklis. N. Stamp. J. Gill l li. Nlustard. J. Rhodes. C. lilko. 'lf Berardi. Second r'c1u,': lVlr. King. ll. Kanakis, P. Vifilson. M. VanWinkel M. Butler, J. Hawkins. A. Temnion. Third row: R. Johnston. R. Deiss, D. Fletcher. VV. Baldwin, E Ncwniiller. D. Kline. J. McCoy. Ifourlh row: D Roman. D. Smith. J. XVhite. S. XVatchorn. R. Ruckert C. Long. G. Nlcliale. ROOM 154 l-'irsl row. I. lo r.: B. Mason. P. Darmondy. B. Evans. V. Wolf. l. Stravakis. C. Hayation. J. Ginlher. Secs ond row: J. Kaplan. J. Vender. ll. Schultz. P. Burton. A. Ridgeway. C. Berger. lf. O'Donnell. Third row: J. Grovola. W. Loyle. ll. Olsen, J. Ross. T. Diamenty. J. Guzik. R. Smith. lfotzrlh rout Mr. Bernardino. H. Celotta. J. XVhitpan. A. Barnes. li. linodt. T. Turchi' rollo. ROOM 160 lfirst row, I. Io r.: Viglione, J. Berman, S. Camp- bell. lf. Riley. P. Zakian. P. liaigle. l.. Karlsons, M. Zarella. Second row: J. Floyd, D. Gisel. J. Schmucker. R. Padis, A. MCClez1ue. S. D'l2gidio. C. Steiner. Third row: Mrs. Neilson. K. Krech. C. Belefonte. R. Jones. B. lVlcVeigh. B. Hamilton. B. Chambers. Fourth row: C. liostic. J. Risso. B. XVilson. lf. DelRossi. ROOM 162 l'zr.s! row. I. In r.: B. Caputi. Pl. Yoigtslverger. M Hcidelberger. N. l.ockner. l. Cray. M. l.auria. T McGrath. Seumd row: J. l.owhmiller. J. Vxlheeler. l. lVlcCloskey. C. DelYecchio. deMin. J. Steinfelzl. J. Keller. Third row: Miss D'lXmclio. A. Rochelle, Bishop. P. Henry. D. Black. J. Kennedy. E. Fritz. M. Rosenbloom. Fourth row: B. Seeley, N. Strange, P. Patterson. S. Paul. C. Scott. D. Cooglman. M. Cap, riotti, R. Vogel. C. Fisher. 100 ROOM 206 l'CII'Sl roru. I. lo r.: J. l7cd6. R. lontax. li. Kcrnaghan. C. Surmallci. lg. Siratfork. l.. Dihclur, D. Cams. C. Mcliinncy. Svcond muy: C. Coppcr. S. Hcwirl. N. Grimard. J. Blackburn. C. Yollmcr. M. Orlando. J. llrming, H. Rulcy. 'l'l71'1'r1 row: R. Xklilson. R. Chcrwinski, R, Snyder. C. Vandcrslicc. B. Dll-OfCH7k3. R. l'cnn.1. Pa. Berman, l-'ou1'1h row: Mr. Hamshcr. D. lunge. R. Meyers, R, llamilron, R. Kaclin, D. Rushcr, ROOM 210 I-frxz mru. I. zo r,: J. Mrxclnughlln. K. Blades. l... Hollznrlcr. S. Dickcn. J. Vowlcr. J. Church. Second 1'1n1L': R. NVilson. R. Hawkins. S. McMillcn. M. Sud- dard. li. Shafer, D. Ring. C. Strvkcr. J. Praul. J. Carroll. J. Pcrazzclli. S. Blaskovilf. l.. Groff, B, Donaldson. Solos. Tl71'1'd roru: Mrs. Slick. ll Vnnlccr. Pa. Middleton. B. McNally. H. Ruzansky. R. Pluck. J. l.asco. ROOM 225 Frrsl FULU, I. lo r.: J. Carson. NV. Sheldon. C. Petro. B. Bloom. M. Sabatino. l.. Vwlaldman, l.. Fortunate. Second row: K. Mcakin, G. Lopci. A. Dil:abio. Nl. Holmes. G. Supplcc, G. Bnrnl, P. Gucnrhcr, C. Klenk. 'lkh1'rr1'ro1L': XV. Clapper. H. Tmpncll. NV. Vsbrthington. J. Snlvucci. G. Nlillcr. l.. Maiomno, J. Porter. XV. Stamp. l'or11'1h row: Xlr. Clugslon. C. NYilliams. D. Ccrl. Cl. l..1ury. D. Bloom. 13. Dorazio. M. Yarranlan. J. Hnrrman. ROOM 254 l'll'Sl I'llLL', I. In 11: li. lxlmc. Pr. Swzun. C.. Cahn. B, llaag, M, lorcnf. J. Nlclchiorc, l.. Vwlcavcr. Srfcomz' I'ULLl.' J. Mcldnughlin. J. Bonniwcll. M. Prurgi. P. llclscluull. J. Hukc. R. Bohncnhlusl. Y. limos. D. DlC1iulio. II71111' IRJLLRJ D. Stan. ll. Hgusc. l.. l'oriou. R. lilomullcicl. D. Yell. J. Gl.1nn.1rI.1sio. XV. Duncan. l'l7llI'lh mrct Mr. Strangc. ll. Millsr. Cl. Clark. B. XY1Ay. 161 CLASS OF 1958 ROOM 262 First row. I. to r.: B, Boughanner. M. Di Nicola. C Cesarini, J. Hakamian, J. Lucas, C. Simon. C. Friend M. Weddell. Second FOLUS N. Knight, S. Nixon, J Pistorio, P. Michael, D. Hummel, J. Talpey. J. Nathan H. Sakisian. Third row: Mr. Neff. R. Miller, M Zarella. R. Clark. D. Lee, D. Priestley. H, Brown R. Kednnes, XV. Schoudt, XV. Verity. ROOM 264 First row, I. to r.: lvliss Sommerfield, J. Vifelder, J Sassaman, J. Fulton, C. Hunt, T. Di Nicola, I. Josaphs M. Bowman. Second row: L. Pitcher, B. Kreuzbcrger C. Sinko, M. Luckenback, V. Hake, E, Miles, L. Ter- rell. Third row: S. Bonney, C. Coleman. R. Ginf nodo, J. Elliott, K. Minehurt, D. Stein. Fourth row C, l.evie, D, Herman, XV. Marshman. ki .x if rf my ' X , I4f,, Q -, -. ,MB , ' i Yu 'f' -"fx-2-' 'c , ' '1 ' kmnv . l . ' ' WH M 'HMA k Ji. is U- 5 qu' 1 NM 1 at-,ivrrrluqf,,un 'I' Shin, VMAV4 Y -ANU' I I 1 we-, QV Q , Wm I , . Wi'mwl'1 ' i 'ML WW Vjqiwwq , ' x x :S . Q J A if .K 162 ROOM 4 !'irsI r'-iw. 1. to r.: J. Klarslmll. l7. Conipzon. K lfromm. Norcross. S. llnglor, lf. McGrath, C Yocum. Svrozvd I'OLL'.' S. Davis. D. Haver. K. Tixrville l,. Ruppert. G. Buckwalter. J. Anderson. D. Klaus D. XVcidner. Third row: li. XX'eizer. D. Drumhellcr M. Case. R. Xxv.1lT1'ISlQY. H. Benner. H. Scott. R. Heslip l7our!h row: Miss Cunningham. K. Kyle. J. K'lelX'li1rmy G. Cooke. R. Olrlhain. ROOM 28B .'5:r.sl row. I. Io 11: C. Koshl.1nd.J. Geelxeler. J. Renew K. XV.1tson. I.. Marlin. P. Haigh. Suomi' row: J. l Nallingcr. K. lfsher. l.. Conley. NV. Davis. B. Hunter R. liehtenleld. Third row: D. Michaelli. 'lf l.asco Pi. llhister. P. Chalfanr. A. Archer. XV. Thompson. Fourfh row: XV. Ferguson. C. Jones. R. Vfasclxanes. J. Shively, Mr. Baer. ROOM 32 IYIFSI row. I. to r : Y. Deaver. lf. lnrrell. l.. Cl'JAllV.lI1I. J. Jasinski. Nl. Salerno. J. Benson. Second row: G. Beatty. A. Kramer. C. Miller. C. Gross. E. Peterson. ll. Vrleinmann. Third row: J. Demerriou. li. Childs. J. Vilassell. J. Bultimer. N. DeMann. l'YOLlFlh row: Mr. Keller. J. Joscrri. R. Hayden. A. Rickcrrs. C. XX'ellman. D. Priche. R, Banningcr. ROOM 202 Mrs! :ou I. io 11: J. Xlodica. fz. Maxwell. D. Vishu' A. Overiree, G. Craig. K. Hartnett, P. Gl1IIlCY. Nl. Malikiewicl. Second row: S. l.ee. C. Sernhne. S. Klhearn. FS. Capman. l.. XVilliams. J. DcGeorgc. S. Brosinan. A. Karian. ilx. Raupp. Third row: Mr. Kromcr. B. Vwhillxin. Nl. Rosen. ll. XVilson. B. Bus- eaglin. J. Gomes. J. D-OTr17lLW. Fa. Prontv. Fourlh row: XV. Haywood. B. Spencer. lf Johnson, T. Loudcrbaclx, P. Kloyer. ROOM 252 lim! roug. I. to 11: B. Steinke. lf. l ynch. C. Reagoso. B. Kinsler. M. XVilli.1nis. F. Brown. Sc-fond ron? A. Davidson. Xl. 'IRomasi.in. K. Foster. I. Clvde. l.. Heaney. S. Dilks. G. Morgan. 'I hird row: Mr. Rud- rnann. G. Powell. G. Rankin. D. Graham. H. Jones. C. K'luml'ord. B. Marcus. A. Barr. Fourth row: R. Campano. J. Taylor. J. Cole, G. Bayne, P. XX'eiss. lf. Yaggi. R. Koonl7. 163 ROOM 54 I-'irsi roru. I. to r.: J. Clark. J. Pxrbuckle. J. Paulson IVI. Peck. B. Bosch, L. Burkhard, J. Baldwin, P. Appel D. Chadwick. Second row: V. Bond. D. Brown. S Beverly. J. Cantrell, S. Centrella, Bright. J. Powers C. Burnett, L. Baker, C. Felix. Third row: C. Bevan R. Cherry. R. Carrier, R. Caponigro. XV. McCloskey B. Birchard. N. Boninfante. J. Schwartz. R. Cox. D Banninger. Iiotzrlh row: Mr. IVIed7arentZ. ROOM 120 First row. I. to r.: P. Haines, E. Fore, E. Haight, O IVIcReynoIds. B. Greenblatr, E. DiNenno, C. DiPaolo M. Deaner. Second row: A. Goldberg, Ifz. Fiehner D. Culver, G. Dalt, S. Davis, J. Fisher, J. Raab. M Pankhanel. K. Davis. Third row: Mr. Blessing, L Moulder. NV. Moulder. R. DeCiraw, A. Sarson. N Peldman, C. Fisher. W. Ebel. liourlh row: J. DiSerio S. Fisher. H. Ifirth. If. Deiss. ROOM 128 First row. I. to r.: N. Jackson, N. Kohls. D. Kissinger R. Hugler. J. Kreitzer. M. Jaros. M. Kayati, N. Haag I.. Rebmann. D. Krause. Second row: Miss Buck. K Jamison. Ci. Heilenman, C. Kennedy, P. Helfrich, S Handy. C. Heidmann. I.. Herbut. J. Kinden. W Rementer. Third row: B. Herner. T. Grant. T. Mar- tinelli, B. Lambert, P. Kissner. R. Glazier. C. Lever- lon. S. Garrett. B. Hunsberger. ROOM 129 Firsl l'O1.L'. I. to r.: L. MacDonald. S. Munro, C. Morris C. Osterholtz, C. Kurtz, G. Nlanwiller, E. LoMonacoi C. Morris. Second row: Mr. Woods. L. Messinger V. McCoy. M. Layton, R. Ornsby, B. Lawrence. L Levy. I. LeVasseur, B. Willis. Third row: R. Wein- traub. J. Polin. L. Miller. J. Balis, J. Welsinger, P. Ursomarso, L. Yarnall. I-'ourlh row: D. Sperry, J. Totaro, If. Snethen, G. Wagner, S. Solotoff. ROOM 204 First row, I. to r.: S. Seiver. R. Gallager. J. Vioman. S. Siems, D. Yanak. T. Tanseer, M. Corasick, K. Shute. A. Brown, S. Brown. Serond row: C. Smith, S. NVilliams, I. Viglione, R. Smith. B. XVhitman, L. Bottoms. S. Snow, S. Feeney. B. Holmes. Third row: Mr. Codori, M. Lynch, A. Norbom. M. Reed, C. Quatrochi. J, Crouthers, J. Robin. 164 ROOM 228 Firs! row, l. lo r.: M. Cehris. B. Vifeidner. J. Burke, J. Milkis, V. Josetti, J, Heilig. Second row: S. Ificld. I. Kerechuk, J. Harwick, B. Myers. P. Dixon, M. Amster, C. Steinneld, C, Brodhag, Third row: Mr. Knauss, M. Lowenkron. L. Paradise, D. Ham- sher. D. Pusey, D. Kahn, XV. VVillis, N. Raupp. ROOM 229 First row, l. to r.: B. Deiss, N. Sylvania. C. Harman, M. Polites, J. I-Ierstan, J. Marshall. J, Brosman, E. Laughead. Second row: Miss Moore. L. Entlzr M. Felizzi. D. Kayati, D, Pultz, S. Horn. D Saunders. N. Smith. C. Yarnall. Third row: T, I-Iall, R. Reed, R. Shannon, G. Buscaglia. L. Sides, J. Crocetti. J. Rose. K. Foster. J. Statt. C. Chalfant R. Romano. 1 1 ROOM 230 lfirsl row, I, to r.: G. Forman, C. Sitler. A. Finer. M. Boykin, M. Collins, V. Hannum. J. Pollock, A. Stockberger. Second row: K. McElvenney, C. Videon, J. Harris. B. Stevenson, D. Lucas. M. Mar- zuoli. P. Hoffman. J. Proscino, V. Leatto. Third row: V. Ford, J. Deery. T. Schuck, F. Dolo. M. Wellman. Tanenbaum, M. Paulson. K. Cardone. Ifourlh row: Miss Allen. J. Jordan. C. Miller. C. Karr. S. Yowell. ROOM 232 Iiirsl row. I. to r.: S, Mangigian. B. Greiss, B. Mc- Kinney, B. Caldwell, D. Van Brant, J. Walls. D. Mazmanion, L. Stiteler, M. Glassman. B. Lesserd. Second row: J, Chambers, K, Felix, C. Hope. J. Pow, C. Chupulis, N. Stetson, L. Maynanian, B. Smith. Third row: A. Kramer, D, Wolf, M. Volpe. B. Sarkisian. E. Mandes, T. Doughty, C. Cher- winski. C. Ceckeler. Fourth row: Dr. Culver, B. Burns, L, Reppert, J. Neary. ROOM 233 First row. I. lo r.: J. Shaffer, L. Medway, R. Goslee. C. Yerger, M. Jones. C. Iiisher. Second row: B. Dambman, C. Hoffman, A. Lee, B. Mc- Ilwain, G. I-Iaigh. B, Ludwig, B. Stockman, B, Yokum, M. Thomas. Third row: Mr. Cain. R. 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