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

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Q 50 x 5 5 5' QT C XX A 1,7 7 , 7 444 5 MEN X f EA UE iw 419,95 S XJ? ka' Ox JA: N Sf 'VX 6 I 1904 f, , Q, , 10u0z"' he UPPER DARBY SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL UPPER DARBY, PENNSYLVANIA June, 1959 Editor-in-Chief Lynne Martin Assistant Editor Barbara Stein ke Copy Editor Emily Maxwell Art Editor Ruth Horvay Photography Editor Richard Adler ' 1 X 'x Xu N? Xe- Super FOREWORD Beginning to build for life's super highway We asked, "How shall we build the Road?" To our question, the English teacher replied, ighway must communicate effectively. your Road by reading great books, Deepening it with thoughtful understanding. wtfuild on the philosophies of those great men Who have traveled well through their lives." Teachers of history and the humanitarians: "The past lights the present, builds a future. Blueprint to understanding your fellow men, No man is an island, but part of the main." In answer to our question, the mathematicians: "Survey your Road with accurate measures. Accept no hypothesis until finally proved, All axioms, theorems, laws are your guideposts." The science teacher answered our question: "Build your Road on a foundation of facts. Construct your Road well here on Earth Before you try to build it to the Moon." Latin, French, German, Spanish teachers: "To perfect the Road, know other languages. Only when words have universal meaning, Can man travel the Roadways of Peace." Concerning Roads, the commercial teacher suggested, "Build with courtesy, accuracy, and speed." Out of lengthy experience, the Musicmaster: "Build lightheartedly, rhythmically-with song." Home economics teacher: "Highways are happy ways Happy, when they lead the way to home. Build your Road with economy and care, Remember, family points to perfect life." The physical education instructor told us: "There is no building without endurance. Know that though a Road has obstacles, It is conquered trouble that toughens fiber. You, yourself, must learn how to understand When the Road's too steep-it's time to rest." "The perfect highway," the artist counseled, "Is built with beautiful quality and grace." We shall build our Road with these qualities: Thoughtful understanding-accuracy, knowledge. Our goals before us-mood established, We begin building life's super highway. ,2s- ff i., M . Highways Table of Contents Ex Libris ,7, 1 Title Page ,,t,, T 2 Foreword ,trooo 4 Table of Contents ooooo. 5 The Royal Road to Knowledge T e,Yoee7,l oollo T TT TT T TT TTTTTT 12 Board of Education, Administration, Faculty, Secretaries, Student Teachers, Cafeteria, Maintenance. The Royal Road to Experience T. TT TTTTTTTTTTT T T TT T TT 28 Sophomore Advisers, Sophomore Ofticers and Executive Commit- tee, 'Class of 1961, Junior Advisers, Junior Officers and Executive Committee, Class of 1960. The Royal Road to Friendship TT TTTTTTTTT TTTTTTT T T TTTTTTTTT TT T 46 Student Council, Publications, Musical Organizations, Thespians, Class Plays, All School Show Cast, Color Contests, May Queen and 'Court, May Day, Hi-Y, Leaders, Hi-Q, Clubs. The Royal Road to Competition .TTTT T TTTTTTTTT TT TTTT TT TT T T eeeTTee TT 92 Cross Country, Soccer, Hockey, Football, Wrestling, Basketball, Swimming, Rifle, Baseball, Tennis, Track, Lacrosse, Cheerleading. The Royal Road to the Future TTTTTTTTTTT, T T TT T TT T TTTTT 126 Senior Advisers, Senior Officers and Executive Committee, Service and Scholarship, Who's Who, Class of 1959. Index 182 X 15 fi- K X yy g Tiki i ei are 11: ..p- 1 Tf f-ff -l ?:,-J Tfs 4 ,,E.--'..-- x. T in r ,,.. tx .f-s...-xfx.,x.. ...---L JAMES HEDDLESON and William Weils learn to operate a priming press. SPOTTER JOYCE PIERCE guards Lois Haegley she demonstrates on the parallel bars. B yway to L 'ug-I QI 9.-ns,- Qu' AN INTERESTED Agriculture class listens while Mr. Remley lectures. I ik -SQLN '5"- '--le . I XX BUSY AT work, Distributive Education member Caro- lyn Collemacine confers with a fellow worker on the iob at Penney's. SIGHT LINES pose a prob- lem for Bob Thorpe in Mr. Harer's physics class. ..l , . fi- ' 4 . 1 -L4 .il X ',.4o . e 'I 1 me ff"" if Al.. Classes IN PREPARATION for a cooking assignmenl Joan Cocco, Linda Sadler, and Elizabeth Bradley check Yhe recipe while Mar- lene Mcurzuoli, Dolores Offidani, and Sharon Cox lake ouf lhe uten- sils. 42 THIS BOYS' gym class is alert while watching some lense fron? row aclion in a volleyball game. SUMS OF infinile series have the alfenfion of R. Cohen, F. Lawrance, J. Kaplan, and M. Sand, f-JV. ii fllglf ,ul "SWING YOUR part- ner!" Alcln Rickefis follows directions in gym class. ADVANCED Biolo- GY sfudenfs dis- sect worms during a laboratory pe- riod. flh- 8-5- ill- I' --Q ' - 'Jw' Saw fl g 1 "' P Jo- ,V- IN HOPE of gaining victory for his team, Bill Schwindt kicks the Soccer ball toward the goal. ROYAL SHARPSHOOTERS, Charles Matsinger, Phil Hansen, and Dave Rex aim for the buIl's-eye to help their team sweep the match. HIS TURN on the lane, Alon Wood picks up the ball. B yway to :pi IN A minute of fast action, Olivia Biggs tries to dribble past her guard. SPECTATORS OBSERVE Steve Fisher os he executes o back dive. SCHOOL COLOR Captains, Nancy Welsh and Greg Cooke for the purples and Steve Stentz and Judi Vasquez for the golds, practice new drills for May Day. Athletics WITH HER opponent gaining on her, Lois Dawson "PRACTICE MAKES perfect" thinks Mike Schwarz as he applies a hold to George Rowell in wrestling drill. tries to pass the ball to one of her teammates, LAST MINUTE instructions from Linda McCausland and Judy Benson receive Cathy Gross' attention before the race starts. UPPER DARBY star, Greg Cooke, gets s arm his opponent. ..u..,g-.,. - et to straight -or AS TEAMMATES and opponents wait for the re- bound, Bill Ferguson goes in for a lay-up. LOIS HEANEY tries for a strike. Tel 4 Q MR. ANDERSEN and Orion Kline unpack candy bars to start the drive to raise money for the Menden- hall Scholarship Fund. A NURSE explains the possibilities of the field to students and par- ents at College Night. Activities is .4 Y X. f ON STAGE at the pep rally before UD's Thanksgiving Day Game, Lucille Misi- rian comforts the bat- tered Haverford effigy. UNDER THE direction of Pat Fenstermacher, cast mem- bers Ken Epstein, Allen Gellert, Phil Weiss, and Ruth Cohen rehearse for the big night. J, . f' F, .iys M' QM.:- MOST VALUABLE player awards go to Bill lates Fred Shank Greg Cooke John Ricci, and Barb Priest by Mr Hlenze in Sophomore Assembly ,pf 4 -Q Royal Road to .ui -gil--' fx 7 ' I' F9 'X 1 -- '----W A . , N - W wig T 1 A ,E ' fi " ,-' J -I Knowledge Q x Q-so , su? E Educatnon IS the pramary concern of every school Realazung thus Upper Darbys admunus trators and faculty members work together to provide the finest possrble eclucatuon Func tuonal classroom facllutnes aud Upper Darbys four currlculums Sclentutlc Academic Com merclal and Arts and Crafts Wnth experience and wusdom the faculty helps students realize thelr hugh school goals They are the builders of the road they are the guudes along the way Q 0, k rj- 4 4 t A C ' V.-' 6 Q. Y -qrmf,-Zig-L 1 A g Y.. -ll- , 4 ,I pf' Mr John H Tyson Provldlng educatronal opportunltles for approximately ten thousand students, ranglng from kindergarten to twelfth grade ns the duty of the mne member Board of Educatnon At the present tlme, under the leadership of Dr George C Dnlworth much trme ns bemg spent upon constdenng advlsable changes un the mathematics, science and language currrculums so Planners or a To the Class ol 1959 You are pruvulegecl to luve an the greatest era of recorded hustory and to share In the tre mendous advances and Improvements that result from our technological genlus and our productlve capaclty Thus wall be an era un whuch nearly all workers, at all levels of employment wnll need a broad lnberal educa tnon supplemented by highly developed tech mcal skulls And the tralmng that will be requlred wull not be lnmnted to those youthful days spent In hugh school and college but will contlnue throughout llfe We who have helped to guide and stlmulate you during those early years hope that you wlll choose pathways to further learning lead mg to a llfe of enrtched experience and satns fymg servuces May each of you contrlbute, un your own small way In alcllng people through out the world to llve together wlth mutual respect and lasting peace BOARD OF EDUCATION that they may prepare Upper Darby students to meet the challenge of thus technologlcal era rn whuch we llve ln addltlon to maklng currlculum changes, the Board also authornzes the purchase of physrcal equlpment Upon thenr approval, maintenance workers renovated the band room and Installed new seats un the audrtorlum :sq If 1"' r 1 3 Front row Mr B Morvm Werss, Mr Jesse M Matlock, Mrs Judnth M W Hoehler, Assustant to the Supermtendent, Mr Albert O Snyder, Cameron, Mr Vanleerl Bond, Mr John H Frazler, Mr John C Parry, Secretary, Mr Stewart B Harkness, Treasurer, Mr Lewis O Goas, Mrs Rhoda S Seeburger, Dr Harlan F Homes Second row Mr John Assnstant to the Supermtendent, Dr George G Dllworth, Presldent H Tyson, Superintendent, Mr R Wlnlield Bolle, Sollcltor, Mr George , ff' - - ff' Q I . . 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X mf A T' .l 0 1 I1 ! 4 sf ' 7 ' If . , . ey V A V ' .4 - Perfect Highway To the Class of 'I959 Your class has taken part In Important exper Imental work ID Upper Darby HIgh School Through your cooperatIon the program to Improve Instructlon by the eIItnInatIon of class InterruptIons has been successful As the year draws to a close faculty and students alIke evaluate the experlence as a mayor contrlbu tIon to our educatlonal purpose A retrospect of the CCTIVIIICS of thIs year reveals a term of achIevement whlch could well serve as a precedent for future groups to follow Our especlal TGIICITQTIODS go to fifteen members of the class of 1959 who quallfled as flnallsts In the Natlonal MerIt ScholarshIp Con est You are to be congratulated upon the suc cessful completlon of the prescrlbed courses In our school We shall acknowledge and admlre your future achlevements as you carry hugh the torch and banner of your Alma Mater The Board of Educatnon created the Upper Darby Townshlp School AuthorIty In l956 to help aId the tlnancmg and the erectlon of the Drexel HIII Junlor HIgh School at State Road and Penn Avenue The School AuthorIty has elght members, each of whom serves for five years is Dr James E Nancarrow Smooth functlonlng of any school system depends upon the foresaght and understandlng of those to whom the prIncIpal has delegated speclflc authoruty Upper Darby HIgh Schools reputatlon for careful reportlng planned guIcl ance GCTIVITISS and Interest In the Indlvldual student IS due to those who have carrled out xf- CD theur delegated admrmstratuve dUTIeS t r UPPER DARBY School Authorlty SIttIng Ivan H Peterman secretary J ADMINISTRATION Slttmg Stanley F Twoes dIrector of Vernon Elson MD VICE charrman Rae V BIester chaIrman E attendance Charles W Holmes regIstrar and dlrector Rlchard Werner treasurer Edward L Anderson Standing Albert O of guldance James E Nancarrow prmcnpal Edna Snyder asslstant secretary R Wlnfield Bolle SOIICITOY Thomas E MacNaIr dean of gIrls Ralph M Andersen dean of Burns .lr Insert Bertha Wert new member boys -ll ,, 1 ,. N as - 'WHAT IS football? Football is a game. See you later alligator!" translate Mr. Canales and Carole Koshland for a Spanish ll class. Expressing Thoughts FOREIGN LANGUAGES "When in Rome do as the Romans do," is a phrase that is truly understood by Upper Darby pupils who study a foreign language. Under the guidance of Miss Lucille Noble, the foreign language department oHers three years of French, Spanish, and Latin and two years of German. Students learn not only to speak a foreign language but also to appreciate many of the strange customs that other countries have, and come to sense how to cope with such problems if they should visit a foreign country. In the college preparatory course stu- dents are required to take two consecutive years of one language in order to meet college entrance requirements. In the commercial cur- ricula, languages are elective. A JUNIOR English class is so intent on their work that they pay no attention to Miss Yerkes' stuffed dachshund. MISS D'AMEllO gives dictation to stenographic tt 1 X 1 fait-gf ONE OF Miss Nobel's Latin Classes listens attentively as Carole Osterholst translates a story. l6 students Joan Rettew, Sue Besaras, Dorothy Fistler, and Margie Canakis. -ff' 4-qi, Through Language A .5 vs 4. 0 Front row: Mrs. Norma Barnes, Mrs. Anne Slick, Miss Agnes Grunberg, Miss Mf- William Keileff MF- Efl'19SiO CCII'lGleS Not Pldllred Mr .lay Smith Charlotte Chrisman, Mrs. Alice Tomlinson, Mrs. Ruth Atkinson, Miss Miss Mafgaiei Ye"lfe5+ in insefi Ub0Ve 'eff Miss Ediih Gaukfodgef Frieda Reed. Second row: Miss Frances Gamble, Miss Helen Mowry, Mr. Heed, E'i9li5l'i DeP0"ime"ii- Rigiii insefi MISS E l-I-'Clie Noble l"le0d Paul Noel, Mr. Ralph McConnell, Mr. John Boyd, Miss Maizie Weil. Foreign LCYIQUC-1995 DSPUFYNGUY- Back row: Mr. Richard Kramer, Mr. Robert Leslie, Mr. Carl Hamsher, ENGLISH English classes of the Upper Darby Senior High School teach not only the established rules and present-day literary usage in school situations, but also suggest good practice in the use of language in social situations outside of school. Although in previous years accelerated classes were altered to seniors only, this year accelerated classes have been started for iuniors and sophomores. Miss Edith Gaukrodger heads the English Department in which a pro- gram of reading, vocabulary building, com- position, spelling, and punctuation points Upper Darby students to more effective communica- tion in all courses offered. FRAN LAWRANCE raises a question in senior accelerated English class as Hugo Finarelli, Vivian Sinclair, Richard Adler and Steve Evans take notes. qi v .gf ff fi? 1591, 555 in Solving and Computing The Unknown MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE In this day of space travel and rocketry, schools have been forced to improve their Science and Mathematics Departments. Upper Darby has met this challenge. The Science Department, under the leadership of Mr. McKin- ley Stevens, and the Mathematics Department, under the direction of Mr. John Diehl, are among the best of their kind in the country. The Upper Darby curriculum includes all sci- ences from biology to advanced physics, with mathematics courses ranging from remedial math to analytic geometry. These two departments are capable of han- dling all areas of scientific and mathematical instruction. Nevertheless, Upper Darby Science teachers are not satisfied to let the courses stand as they are, they are making plans to better them in the coming years. Be it the addition of calculus, or nuclear physics, as need arises new subjects will be added to those already offered. A FEW pointers from Mr. Soscia help Rosmary Smith in Geometry. il I . 'Sq-r' BUNSEN BURNERS, test tubes, and chemicals intrigue Mike Simeone, Dave Sample Bert Hickey, and Mike Brown. X. .Q fl dui Q SINES, TANGENTS, and secants have the close attention of Mr. Hartman's trigonom- etry class. N ED COUPLE? P90DUC't0'l Ot H5823 SEED 1 c u 4 'ff .... .4--E xy- AI.,-,fe Better Skills for COMMERCIAL Business preparation curricula emphasizes s ization in eleventh and twelfth grades. Pupils who have demonstrated ability in matics and bookkeeping and who have dev satisfactory skills will be recommended for accounting curricula. Students who seek positions as general office ants receive training in filing, mimeographing, work typewriting and bookkeeping The salesmanship curriculum aims to acquaint and girls with sales procedures and to develop tain personal qualities essential to success in bi Only commercial students possessing superior ity in English, pleasing personal qualities, and power to develop skills in speed and accuracy be counseled to elect the stenographic course. receive a chance to work in the commercial mimeographing and delivering morning sheets, operating the new dictaphone under the supi of Mr Peter Bernadino Distributive Education, under the direction of Joseph Rhile consists of fifteen hours of clc work and at least fifteen hours of supervised e ment per week. IN A senior agriculture class, R. Campana, P. Smith, D. Sarkis, B. Bat- IN WOOD shop, Ralph Bruno, Richard Prim, tista, F. DeMarco, B. Tracy, and Mr. Remley discuss complete produc- and William Smith cut designs on linoleum tion of hybrid seed. blocks. INTERIOR decoration class constructs a model living room to be used in the display case. A- sv, 'r ...J 'Huawei N r' - ' A l 'Y l C 1 i -P, s 19" A ANNETTE EGAN types as she listens to the dic- tating machine. ft 15.2 PRACTICING SPEED drills are Carol Kinney, Betty Farrel, Ruth Runske, Sue Buseras, Patty Lynch, Margarite Canakes and Maxime Winderman. Business Methods V, ,f W- A ,yy .sazevfiswf ' frsri igi, s ffrfhfh , A fffffitf wx", F A 7 'iv cm., . ,.,..f ' p -...f J ee' if 'yt if if C3 Q i Miss Alice Huston, Miss Julia Miller, Miss Emily Cunningham. Second row: Mr. Arthur Packer, Mr. Joseph Rhile, Miss Eleanor D'Amelio, Miss Lucretia Kerr, Miss Pearl Garen, Miss Louise Nicolina, Mr. James Kushner, Mr. Fred Forsgard. Back row: Mr. Joseph Foderaro, Mr. Joseph HOME ECONOMICS AND INDUSTRIAL ARTS Home Economics offers a variety of subjects: clothing, food, costume designing, family rela- tionships, home nursing, and interior decoration. Modern Living classes, which are open to senior girls, include units in personal and social relationships, child care and develop- ment, family management, and household mechanics. Modern Living and Foods II are offered to boys. The new industrial arts buildings include four shops and one mechanical drawing room. A unique feature is the inclusion of home mechanics activity conducted in the shop ap- propriate for that course. The total experiences provide youth with a background as a basis for developing further avocational interests or as a foundation for choosing a vocation. IN A boys' cooking class, Fred Corletto and Dick Gortian learn the art of boiling water. 'T' s I Front row: Miss Nan Scott, Miss Dorothy Kirker, Mrs. Elizabeth McGonnigle, l-OUPVI MV- Marlo Todufof MV- w0Yne G'-Wifi' MV- Clwfles King' M' ' ' Fenn Minaoci. In insert above, left: Mr. R. Paul LeCates, Head, Indus trial Arts Department. Right insert: Mr. Peter E. Bernardino, Head Commercial Department. 'ww -5' v8 To Explore the World L Thompson, Mr. Carson Thompson, Mr. Charles Leonard, Mr. Fred Loeb. Not pictured: Mr. Robert Doane, Mr. Lewis Stamus. ln insert above, left: Mr. Herbert S. Herzog, Head, Physical Education Depart- ment. Middle insert: Dr. Clyde R. Dengler, Head, Music Department. Right insert: Mr. Charles L. Wood, Head, Social Studies Department. HISTORY Social Studies is a major requirement in the academic curriculum. United States history is required of all students for graduation from high school. Ot the students planning to take the Pre-Professional examinations, two units of Social Studies are required. Mr. Charles Wood, head of the history department, leads discussions concerning mar- riage problems, religious sects, and various aspects of crime and culture. ln their senior year, students may elect Problems of Democ- racy, a course in which world problems and economics are discussed. The Social Studies Department stresses the problems of living effi- ciently and of understanding the America of today. Its program is designed to give a knowl- edge of the background of the American and European history. MR. WOOD explains family living to Ginny Deaver while Ginny Reigel, Carole Koshland, Joyce Marlin, and Dan Danforth study the chapter. of Culture MUSIC, ART, GYM "Pulse the beat," is a phrase that chorus students will never forget. The Upper Darby High Chorus, including A Capella A and B choirs, under the direction of Dr. Clyde Dengler, is noted for its ability to sing ditticult pieces in perfect unity. Since "Seeing is believing," Upper Darby pupils have come to believe that the art course is a creative study as they see examples of posters and murals painted by art students under the guidance of Miss Elizabeth Kings- Iey. Because modern educators consider bodily development an essential part of education, UD's gymnasium is equipped with modern apparatus used by every Upper Darby student. Boys and girls not only have gym classes but they also take part in intramural and interscholastic sports. MONKEY HANG on parallel bars is demonstrated by Carol Umstead as Judy Motes spots. 1 -sr' 5 1 ew ,z-. ff' DEMONSTRATIONS IN proper singing are given to Marie Light, Lorretta Montgomery and Karen Wiley by Dr. Dengler. .. ..l'5t'4 Wk ,Ulf MEMBERS OF the U. D. orchestra rehearse under the direction of Mr. Doane. C haracterized by ff, SECRETARIES cv Answering telephones, taking dictation, keep- ing records on all students, typing and mim- eographing midyear examinations- these jobs face the school's secretarial staff. Duties begin at eight o'clock in the morning i and end at four-thirty in the afternoon. This day consists of meeting students, teachers, and visitors. The secretary must show diplomacy and charm in her dealings with these people, and skill in the handling of her job. Teachers and administrators have come to appreciate the fact that the secretarial staff eases the work of everyone 42,-I Il o???i o9,, GJ -ZS 'i if Front row Mrs Jane Transue Mrs Thelma Malin Back row Mrs Margaret Boyd Mrs Dorothy Thompson Mlss Jo Ann Newton .44 LLB 'N-. i-g jo- .5 -'hm MRS BOYD S friendly smile greets visitors In the high school office COMPLETING STUDENTS applications for colleges Miss Newton records marks 24 X '. . . Q1 I , S U ' mp A A 91: s l ' , xx X X T nf' J J J 5 T Y J - : . , . 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I 1 - ' I ' Diligence and Accuracy W STUDENT TEACHERS Upper Darbys student teaching program stressed not only teachmg methods but also all other phases of hugh school llfe that come under a teachers lurlsdlctlon Mrs Edna MacNalr cadet teaching supervusor, assigned trainees to the llbrary and the attendance office and urged them to become famlllar wxth homerooms study hall mfirmary, and detentlon a Durmg the enght week program each student teacher was under the supervaslon of an experienced teacher un has field of study A typlcal day Included four class periods one conference period, and one period In the attendance oftlce Durmg the sprang program, eleven cadet teachers from the Umversny of Pennsyl FIRST SEMESTER Student Teachers Jerry S Kyrlakatos Lucy Sampson Selma Rafsky Fred Ulmer Jr vanua gained ex erlence at U er Darb ln En lush P PP Y 9 Mrs Naam: Enchen Mrs John Geetter Adrienne Okmura and Joyce Rock In Soclal Studies Mrs Barbara DlMartlno Carolyn Harduh, and Mary Whit more In Chemlstry Davld Bartme In Mathematics Mrs Sumone Levntan and un Oral Hygnene Suzanne Linn David Hicks, a UD alumnus and a graduate of Temple came to student teach In the Muslc De partment BARBARA FOLEY Mass Egnus student teacher and Barbara Lowry duscuss problems nn modern llvmg class if 4 SECOND SEMESTER Student Teachers Seated Catherme Hardulr, Joyce Rock, Lois Ellis, Adrnenne Ckumura, Mary Whntmcre, Srmone Levntan, Joan Geetter, Helene Heffler Standing Suzanne Lmn, Patncno Davls, Dr Stocker, Davnd Hlcks, Davncl Bartme, Etta Zurntsky, Naomn Elchen, Harriet Fiddler o 0 ' . . ,N x 'V 'Ii ' ' ' t ' 1 , . , it . a -S 7 X I . . , y . y f . . , I I Y ' I Q Y E. , " F l I ' ' ' of Y ' , ' ' ' , ' ' '1'5Q,-,11 V - S - ff ' ' - Z . ' I l I n 1 n n n I ' ' i . , . , l f I I i . . . : ' I I I - ,"' uc I . . : . . I . . : ,, a 4 4 1 0 - 7 : , . . . X . - s . Y , - 8. ,- F rl . ' I L Exe yi J . . -, A ' s.Q ' I , I l l ' 1 ' , .Y . . :4 .V v 1 - - S K. A W' A2 1 ' .. je as J 'L . e .- r ' .. ,A 1 v I : ., , , , f I K L .K A , ' - " . H , ,. , , a ' -- ' Q . - 4 lr 'f f A 1 1 1 ' D N i 25 Functioning 1+ CAFETERIA WORKERS Elizabeth Mawers and 'M Helen Bonner prepare lunch in U. D.'s mod- ern kitchen. 3- 40' CAFETERIA WORKERS Mary Pastore, Mary Perez, and Mary Nester are ready to serve lunch to the faculty and students. CAFETERIA As Upper Darby students entered the cafeteria they found themselves in a friendly place amid tanta- lizing odors. Under the supervision of Miss Edna Vickers, the cafeteria staff, working from 7:30 until 2 o'clock, prepared well balanced and appetizing meals for 1,935 hungry students. This year, because of a deficit, the prices of platters had to be increased to forty cents and sandwiches to fifteen cents. For years, the staff has planned and prepared meals for the Publications Banquet, Fall and Spring Sports Banquets, and other special dinners. MRS. BONNER places another des- sert on the counter. Behind the Scenes SCRAPING DOOR for refinishing occupies Joseph Zakiewicz and George Ryder. MAINTENANCE WORKERS Reu ben Neldllnger and Raymond Blythe check the heating sys tem wnth head custodran Dave Lewrs MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT Nrne lamtors and seven cleanmgwomen supervnsed by Mr Charles Butterworth head of the mauntenance department ID the distract and Davld Lewis head of the hugh school lanltors mamtcun samtatuon stand ards of the school distract Washmg wmdows and blackboards dustlng and sweeplng class rooms and samtrzmg locker rooms are the cleamngwomens responslbllntues From the time someone In the maintenance department rauses the flag untul Its lowermg the lamtors cut grass rake leaves polish the floors prepare the gymnaslum for athletic games and class dances and generally act as muster fix nts ACE REFINISHER John Tedesco varnnshes a chan nn the shop C 'wtf x Q I X L 7, . t 1 5' . . A! I f f ' Y S- ' has--K z G' ' f . N ' . . . . . F ' I I 1 I - . . . f I . , . . .. . I I 1 I , V I -1.- ll ' ' Il Royal Road to if -1:1 4 V, . ff?-'F - ff, ' if . Y 135 .sl i-6 1 ,r gfgfsl A it y l t l 4 4 l 43,5 - , A Eg . -.sr f --1.5:S'5E- . '-,.e,'f:n, , ',fHv "'9 4- ' .fn t. , W,-jpg' I-is -1- Mrs. Elizabeth McGonnigle ADVISER CLASS OF 1961 An alumna of Upper Darby, Mrs. McGonnigle is now back on home ground teaching Upper Darby students her favorite subiects-merchandising, mod- ern living, and costume designing. Although kept busy by a full schedule of school and hobbies which include sewing, cooking, and making jewelry, Mrs. McGonnigle devotes much of her spare time to Upper Darby's extracurricular activities. She serves as head of girls' intramural basketball and is adviser to the Future Teachers of America Club. Talking over marks with sophomore girls and help- ing them in any way she can is part of Mrs. McGon- nigle's iob as adviser to the class of 1961. She also helps plan assemblies, decorates for dances, and attends executive committee meetings. During the sophomore magazine campaign, Mrs. McGonnigle worked along with the class and its officers to help make this proiect a success. SOPHOMORE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Sophomore contributions to school social events include the Sophomore Hop and the Sophomore Dance. The success of these hinges upon the deli- gence and co-operation of the hard-working Sopho- more Executive Committee. Under the guidance of advisers Mr. F. Loeb and Mrs. E. McGonnigle, the committee members iron out problems and settle affairs, performing a notable service for the Sopho- more class. Each homeroom representative serves in the capacity of executive member and attends weekly Monday meetings, later relaying plans and decisions for future events to his homeroom classmates. , X, a , F-:gl mg i W ' 252.5 -fs ,Nf's:1ljtllt.t. ...,0'f,"" S T' ,I V -"'-.N , .L CLASS HISTORIAN, Karen Kohn, reviews the contents of the Sophomore scrapbook with Mrs. McGonnigle, adviser. A Welcoming Hand W6 SOPHOMORE EXECUTIVES: Front Row: Mr. Loeb, R. Rosenthal, C. Fister, B. Liss, A. Hess, D. Day, J. Rein. Second Row: A, Finer, D. Graver, K. -4 ,, : su '5- I. ai I 'V' 5 SOPHOMORE OFFICERS: Jim Rein, president, Karen Kohn, his- torian, Don Day, treasurer. Not pictured-Elaine Feinstein, secretary, and Dick Castello, vice-president. Extended .6 sr 1 Rickards, E. Feinstein, C. Sitler, C. Gange, C. Videon. Back Row: C. Yerger, J. Walls, P. Norris, K. Kohn, C. Glavis, M. Troxler, J. Burke. Mr. Fred Loeb ADVISER, CLASS OF 1961 Frequently throughout the year, Mr. Fred R. Loeb, sophomore class adviser, said, "We expect a great deal from the Class of 1961." Along with being the 1961 adviser and corrective gym teacher, Mr. Loeb devoted much of his time to extracurricular activities. The Downbeat Society met at his home every Monday night, and when winter sports started he was found in the wrestling room as assistant coach. ln his position as adviser, Mr. Loeb arranged the class assemblies, and planned conferences with stu- dents held beside a filled pretzel jar. One of his first contacts with the class was the magazine campaign during which the class raised enough money to finance their three years at Upper Darby Senior High School. Mr. Loeb, who expects much from the Class of 1961, is willing to give much as class adviser. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Beginning the first of three years on the hill, the sophomore class elected Jim Rein, President, Dick Costello, Vice-president, Elaine Feinstine, Secretary, and Don Day, Treasurer. The class also selected Karen Kohn to serve as class historian for the next two years. Throughout the year, the officers planned the sophomore dances, headed the magazine cam- paign, aided the Mendenhall Scholarship campaign, and performed many other duties. Working together, the officers started the class of 1961 on a successful three years on the hill. Ci Homeroom 53 Mr Wnke Fran? row L fc R C Brodhaq M Felnlzl C Sobko S Horn J Kopf D Cohen l. Moore Row Two D Anhs M Arhn B Gnllarcl D Happold E McFall D Polnes D DIFIIIPPIS H Thomas Row Three Mr Harry Wllce P lsard J Richards R Slllman E Pfelffer W Burns J Murray l. Sarluslan G Wood E Lacldman No? pictured T Doughty R Gayer T Guzllt B Love J McCord C Sanfangelo M Turchrrollo A Wash luck P Wnllxs nano li At the Foot Homeroom 20 Mr H Thompson Fronf row L fo R Mr H Thompson L McCaffer1y I Kerecheclx E Fennsfem B Hamplon M Amsfer G Rothman S DerPhanesslan Row fwo K Crully D Lloyd P Towey E Gilbert M Moller J Smlih L Holm S Whei Row three C Fulford P Colybas B Dnckerson D Maslo C Chuplls J Pauly T Gal lagher C Pearson B Salerno Back row R Adams B Terry E Morris R Kuhne W Brufsche D Reoperf J Grundy C Shoemaker R Hummel No? plclured M Brlcker W Wllson Homeroom 23 Mr Pursell Fran? row L to R V Felnsfeln P Sabahnu J TYITES C Brlqlla V Hannum S Church P Smufh J Holter S DeSOefano Row fwo D Gunles L Reynolds M Profeta G Moon A McCauley K Kohn C Ander son J Gllberf A Wullnams L Loclunafon Row fhree Mr Pursell G Wlswell L Sndes C Fulford D Ma whmney J Humphrey B Adler A Kusher F Tesch ner Back row F Dolo J Buckley B Pearson J Conlon R Sand B Morrison Not plcfured H Keller Homeroom 51 Miss Nucolmn Fronf row L to R J Cocco R Lockner T Dewees B Broadbenf V Gull C Hansell C Anderson R Wul hams K Felnx Row fwo M Troxler C Hope L Sadler P Komeczka M Mooney P Potter L Pierce N Smllh D Wolf B McClennen Row Three H Sleqal K Algazy R Gaudlello W Burl G Dofko D Cooperson W Morrison A Ioracchlm F Pemneo Buck row P Ku! H Thnnnes D Gull:-:He L Sander son Miss Louuse Nucollnl No? plciured B Bosch Of the Hzll Homeroom 6'l Mnss Relmann Fanf row L fo R A DrValerlo J Feyerlag M Brooks Mr Horvay R McFarland N Bauer E Wal son J Turmer Row iwo P Moore D Cole H Sproul l. Loyle N Sfelson M Polnfes C Harman C Kunfzle man C Glassman D Saunders Row flvree D Geary R RICkGYdS R Hadley M Myers B Schmepp P Corey C Wrlghf J Pllkauskas Baclr row T Mc Craclren Mlss Barbara Relmann R Lang T Dudley R Slsson J Armor Na? pnctured J Buscaglla Homeroom 62 Mlss Huston Fronf row L fo R B Winner J Ladley L Hudson P Cole B Baxler B Morgan R Urbana C Sfarlz man D McFee Row iwo J Brosman B Pollock C Glavls E Field P Dixon B Ludwla J Harwlck G Duncan S Slufzlry Row fhree B Butler B Young W Rnckards D Costello T Hall J Tucker B Schoettle Mass Huslon Back row V Laurua T Jenknns M Asierns J Punto F Nealon G Geckeler Not pvclured A Savage Homeroom 65 Mrs McGonnlgIe on! row L To R G Land A Tuner R Ludwa Scafarla J Pollock D VanBrunf J Huffard Row fwo J Aubry K Braughfon P Gleason M Donald son B Bayne E Wmer B Mclllwonn Row fhree T Schuck R Rlckelfs J Sreclrel P Morqan M Collins A Lawly J Everhear? Back row A Hamllfon E Turner S Yowell J Mary J Pasco S Gefver? B Smlllw No? plclured Mrs Ellzabelh McGonmgle R Ca hull E Hayes G Jorder S McElrea .Zi A- PW G5 'H Q 1 ,s C Homeroom 124 Mr McDonnell Front row L Yo R M Morrow B Vassey M Dorwarf x P C Fusfer M Wnm L Hayes Berman Row fwo B Brueggemann A Isaacson J McKee B Scarboro M Lane N Collms S Vander slice R Goslee C Sremfeld Row fhree R Jones T er! J Schulz W Barley Benson J Pu 1 R Callahan C Rules D Hamsher Back row D Nelms D McElwee H Emery F Une G Snelhen W Moore D Chrasfmzlana T Leon Mr Carroll McDonnell . A ' fw:'x Q A ,-. .,,.Q .- -1 ., ss. . y, 1 A ll- f .. A .. A V- . .- .I T' J , ' 'LJ T 4 6 I.- E' . . i V1 F., Q . . '1 H - B. -- ' 5 v ' r , . .: . , . , .. ,I - 'A .V - r ,I - , I . , .. , .. , . , . - - ' .V , - l , - D . : . - LH A - X 31 - P' Q1 4 U A l ' B f vu '. . . . . A nv " , f - 1 - 1 - 1 V , - .A - l I , . . ' . I. ',. - 1 , w I I X s I. ,V C u , . I , l, - U ,gi X , g v we K V . , . , . . . . t K I R . n , ' . X I , 1 J. . . - f . , Q ,5 .Ml W ,I - -'. 1 . ' sb. 1 I Fr . ,. .. . , . , . l.,L. . Y 4 I ltr! ,tai L I y : . , . I , . . , . - ,V 0 a , 1 - .1 - f ' - 5. v - I 2 I 1 ,.. Ak ' f V , . ' , -U , . H KA , . , . , . . Cl '4 4 Qi K . -1- Q: Q. . f nz: .,,V K... y 3 , - A A 1 A 1' 4 J ' ' 1 "' ' A J ,A -1 . , - , . , - - f . . L. Lu , P. rice, . ' , . ' an, . , D , V A. g Av . I - , : f - ' I - ' , 1 -I ,. , . , . . : . , . X ' " " 4 ' Gell , . , . ' , P. , . '1e1f'. f f . , . , .n ' .V : 4. , ry ' 1 ' A 33 SOPHOMORE PRESIDENT Jim Rein presides over an executive meeting. At rear table, seated left to right, are: R. Rosenthal, Mr. Loeb, class adviser, C. Videon, C. Glavis, D. Day, D. Grover, E. Feinstein, P. Norris, K. Richards, J. Burke. At front table are: J. Kope, M. Troxler, G. Ganoe, A. Hess, B. Liss. mf? A I 3 All 'F Gaining Ability Homeroom 132 Miss Weil Front row, L, to R,: J. Mullen, K. Berman, A. Gould, P. Lane, J. Burke, D. Wilson. Row two: S, Yornall, B. Douglas, V. Maike, M. Conley, J. Fletcher, C. Hazzard, C. Schlosberg. Row three: M. McGinn, N. Pritts, P. McKenna, S. Vender, P. Jackson, B. Stevenson, J. Lyons, J. Powers. Back row: J. Riley, R. Emery, G. Levenbach, J. Crocetti, J. Jordan, C. Miller, J. Newby, R. Snively, R. VanDyke. Not pictured: J, Barrett, G. Calvert, C. Cellis, J. Ford, E. Hanna, Miss Maizie Weil. Homeroom 152 Mr. King Front row, L. to R.: L. Mccloskey, B. Healy, E. Laug- head, L. Fletcher, G. Bussell, B. McKinney, J. Procino, C. Schneider. Row two: F. Jenkinson, C. Grabania, M. Scott, C. Yerger, B. Murphy, P. Bernd, M. Verna, E. Burkholder, M. Connor, R. Drewes. Row three: Mr. Charles E. King, T. Snyder, L. Lewis, W. Newmiller, A. Prim, P. Schwarz, G. Cherwinski, F. Kahn, J. Harris. Bock row: J. Eskridge, R. Campbell, R. Robb, J. Mc- Glinchey, C, Cunningham, W. Bust, M. Van Winkle, A. Giannontonio. Homeroom 154 Miss Gros Front row, L. to R.: G. Scull, B. Dolan, T. Lauic, G. McLain, B. Maloney, M. Graham, S. Berstein, O. Biggs. Row two: C. Videon, C. Duncan, B. Yocum, K. Pultz, L. Stileler, J. Conrad, B. Jennings, C. Fontana. Row three: R. Estrada, B. Harris, N. Norman, R. Cantor, C. Roberts, J. Kanokis, R. Prim. Back row: B. Beisser, B. Glazier, K. Sommer, E. McGrath, B. Van Zyl, W. Bauer, F. Scioli, M. Lichtenfeld. Not pictured: J. Cur- ran, Miss Yvonne Gros, C. Heck. Developing Skills Homeroom 206 Mr. Hamsher Front row, L. to R.: W. McLane, D. Thornton, R. Man- cuso, G. Zangakis, A. Stockberger, A. Blackburn, L. Layman, G. Forman. Row two: S. Duncan, K. John, D. Myers, C. Selig, G. Vogt, P. Calhoun, B. Grunt, J. Heilig. Row three: N. Hansell, G. Sciorilli, W. Pinto, F. Daddona, W. Beardsley, T. Evans, K. Cardone, H. O'Day, Mr, Carl Hamsher. Back row: F. Lonergan, T. Wodleigh, J. McGrath, F. Prinz, J. Roberts, K. Som- mer, B. Kauflman, N. Goldberg. Not pictured: B. Hatter, E. Raimondo. Homeroom 210 Mrs. Slick Front row, L. to R.: R. Crawford, G. Waddington, N. McGuigan, S. Mangigian. Row two: B. Stockman, E. Durnan, J. Poyntz, D. Cammack, C. Redman, M. Zelson, D. Grover. Row three: J. DiStefano, W. Daniel- son, I. Goldenberg, P. Jordan, J. Shaffer, R. Mabrey, R. Ogden, T. Hecht. Back row: M. Kelly, B. McGuigan, P. Roberts, G. Pyle, B. Bengle, D. Carraway, R. Scott, R. Stansell. Not pictured: Mrs. Slick, B. Blaker, H. Ewart, L. Fortunato, J. Henclcel, C. Leach, W, Watson. Homeroom 221 Miss Chrisman Front row, L. to R.: S. Ziegler, M. Negri, M. Blakey, L. Caras, A. Henderson, J. Eaton, E. Greco. Row two: C. Crowding, C. LeCoiT, S. Margulis, D. Regester, B. Meade, K. Shaw, V. Josetti, Miss Chrisman. Row three: A. Okie, D. Day, R. Race, W. Goldman, J. Walls, J. Fow, G. Naughton, S. Seeburger, E. Weed. Back row: R. Romano, T. Kelly, J. Staulter, G. Benny- hoft, R. Hemphill, J. Daniels, D. Feddern, J. McKeith, L, Vasiliodes. Not pictured: E. Sudhop. abr' I5 u 3 mn ll II lm an u ll I wir Z nf-rr' "5 Homeroom 232 Mr Jones Fr nf row L to R B Weed J Taylor J Kea mg y Mas u CI a a r D 1 Shlauler B Lessard Row fwo L Enfler F Collins S es M Bowers C Grol? P Norrls C Car P Huggins Row ihree Mr Harry Jones J Borderueux eraflne L D a nna Greene K Fle s W Huldenbrond B Merluns Back row L Paradise M Sunshune W Rechner W Klumpp J Wvchersham A Cuce L Harper Q-e Awaiting Homeroom 223 Mlss Atkmson F nf row L io R Mass Aflunson K Rlckurds M Sweeney R Carlson S Eby K Bronson Row fwo R Gordon H Oldham L Mesccnh C Blank F Cun n ham B Kaelun J Herstarn G Franks J r naghan Row fhree J Deery G Seeds A Lee J Ness S Green L Sheldon C Ward D Meade V Humm c r w S Bezanms H Root M Wellman Casrerlolo A Gammarmo R Henderson L Ferguson B MacDonald E Sfeever No? pnclured L Rakus Homeroom 225 Mrs Tomlmson Fronf row L to R E Verna N Sylvama N Marvca D Sherry S Freeman A Hess Row Iwo J Warren B Mlchaelson B Edwards M Leonard V Kasparnan B J Dambman J Borderns Row ihree Mrs Tamlm son T MelBourne W Klenk W Hmkle B Delfrance N Raupp R Gorman Back row A Madderson F Blank J Sleward H Openshow J Hess W Whyfe er Cho an! No ac ured Rose Sdlllllll Homeroom 229 Mr Keller nf row L to R C L Rena B Greuss ci? Ta ar Hickey Rw wo D Hn e D Morllng M Marzuoll P DeFea D Kayah S Cor penier R Leonard C Mnddleburg C Mancunu Row ihree Mr Wllluam Keller M Kllnman J DlSalvatore C Meleney C Dessart F Murphy O Senbertrand S Fueld Back row J Greco L Orsafll J Sfofl R Chrys R Rosenlhal B Ray J Boqhoslan J Deeon Noi pictured K Gallagher C I L, F5 A 'J f J L xl' X' Q , 'I 'fb R ' Q K 1 I . , , F , J y l. F . "L V0 f - -2 ' ' , - ' , A ' - 'fr ,,.,,, 'fx ing , . ' , - , . , . Ke - 1 V -""' ,J 'ff Ba k o : . ', . , . , F. ' :fl A I - ' 1 - , - 1 X 9 as , ' - , 5 , W . 8' ..1.. l r 5 1 3 A flff.. If l , 1 3, ' L f I ,ll . - J , 2' z ' ' ' A ' . l ' J .X . , . . : . , . - ' ' - J. rem , c, If . 1 pw r J. , N, - f A .L 1, I I '- sf p 1 x r 4 L f 5 A I , l 'S L., n Q ,, .. 'N' ,f ' . L J A F g L1 , N A Fro , . ,: . Bell, . ud, . ' , V. ,kg X w , ' J A J Elli , C. yl , M. ' , o f : l. 'dll, 1 "I I 5 4 W . , . , .. 1 ' rl I- ' i A 1 7 4 ' W , . , . , . . r " " ' ' - ' A A tie, ' , - , - ' , - l - K ,f ' : . . . vi ,, I ? ,Hg 't L ,A Q L3 0 , . .: , , . , - T' , 5 ' .r .I B. Rile , R. s c ', M. G ll ghe , B. e'ss, B. . . : . , . ' , . I fl 4 - Mil , . , . , . ', . ies, - - ' v. s , . en Pe ,R. , . 'Id, - F 'J . s I . : I A 4 . ' ' , A I V f A f I ' I 5 if 4 , . , , . rf., . Y ft 'Q , , 5 W - f , W V 1' rs If , 1 H E A I ., , lr 36 the Next Step Homeroom 233 Mr. Kashner , Front row, L. to R.: B. Tucker, A. Simcox, E. Roach, C. Mayer, C. Miller. Row two: Mr. James E. Kashner, S. DelVacchio, K. Oakes, C. Ganve, P. Hilsee, B. Weid- ner, B. Boyd, G. Catania, M. Licciardello. Row three: L. Keating, M. Thomas, W. Grieb, C. Deluca, W. Rees, R. Shannon, D. Manlove, E. Gross, D. Evans. Back row: M. Ruley, G. Bragg, R. Sutton, H. Filler, C. Pasles, R. Clancy, R. Minter, F. Hoffman, D. Knoll. Not pictured: W. Benn, J. Micklos. Homeroom 252 Mr. Lower 1 N Front row, L. to R.: B. Ewing, F. Hoffman, E. Thorne, M. Roberts, S. Haigh, J. Miller, J. Eyler, M. Gehris, S. Lillich. Row two: C. Sitler, D. O'Brien, D. Mazman- ian, S. Brackbill, B. Wells, J. Chambers, I. Demas, P. Natello. Row three: M. Marhafka, W. Reibsame, J. Shepley, M. De Luca, S. Hapkins, J. Finarelli, R. Brod- erick. Back row: Mr. Lower, R. Bruno, W. Willis, R. Taddie, A. Cloak, R. Patchell, W. Rushton, F. Grinaldi, J. Managttan. Not pictured: S. Keil. .Ei D 1 Homeroom 254 Mr. Strange v Front row, L. to R.: D. Millison, P. George, M. Oldham, D. Kemble, L. Dennis, L. Maxzmanian, O. Chilimidos, C. Link. Row two: C. Fanelli, B. Bradley, G. Hoff- man, D. Tomalino, C. Welsh, P. Roberts, C. Smith, J. DiBerardo. Row three: T. Hounsell, K. Rutty, J. Shin- del, T. Hake, J. Rein, A. Patterson, K. Brown. Back row: Mr. Strange, L. Grosso, C. Coffman, J. Boring, C. Fleming, F. Martino, T. Deuber, P. Koshgerian, M. Tanenbaum. Not pictured: R. Mooney, B. Wilson. 'ii 37 'fffsnft if 'I fh Homeroom 262 Mr. Net? Front row, L. to R.: S. Hottmeier, B. Liss, S. Rob- erts, B. McBrearty, M. Frankhanel, J. Hall. Row two: Mr. Neft, B. Geuting, E. Bradley, L. Kenyon, J. Moesta, B. Smith. Row three: V. Shively, A. Kramer, S. Oncay, J. Toppaw, P. Dennis, E. Chorney, D. Wetherill, M. Paul- son, J. Tatum. Back row: J. Mascara, B. Renner, R. Hughes, R. Moore, S. Collins, B. DiArenzo, W. Brown, E. Grove. Not pictured: L. Sherry, R. Forcino, H. Ryan, C. Wilson, D. Doucette. br I , , Y V-Y 'W ,. y J . .-'g'fg" ' M in A.. in 2,5 " Q54 J' ' 7357 5? Miss Helen Mowry ADVISER, CLASS OF 1960 Guiding and teaching young people is one of Miss Helen M. Mowry's maior interests. Always ready and willing to give ot her time discussing some problem a young person may have, conferring with parents about the results of the Drexel Tests, attending weekly executive meetings, and guiding the iunior class in their many social events which include parties, dances, Junior-Senior Reception, and other activities, Miss Mowry has taken the iob of class adviser for the seventh consecutive time. Along with the job of advising the Junior class, her busy schedule is expanded by teaching English and Public speaking. She also organizes the Purple and Gold public speaking contests and arranges for suit- able commencement speakers. Miss Mowry's engag- ing smile, radiating personality, and capacity for understanding have endeared her to the members ot the class. JUNIOR EXECUTIVES Guided by class advisers Miss Helen M. Mowry and Mr. Richard S. Kromer, the Junior Executive Committee, was composed of class officers and one elected representative from each homeroom. Com- mittee members were expected to attend all meetings and report decisions to their homerooms. Because school spirit was lagging, the Junior Exec- utives initiated a program which later became known as the Pep 'Club. This program created greater school spirit and produced larger attendance at the games. Sponsoring "Club 6O," first dance of the school year, proved a profitable and successful venture. 'fi y- OFFICERS OF the Junior Class are: Joe Icenhower, Treasurer, Barbara Holter, Historian, Fred Krug, Vice-President, Marion Layton, Secretary, and Tony Grant, President. Guidance at 26 'S' 'Vo' Front row: T. Grant, president, M. Layton, secretary, J. Icenhower, treas- urer, B. Holter, historian, F. Krug, vice-president. Second row: Miss Mowry, adviser, L. Messinger, C. Heidman, J, DeStefano, S. Schaper, S. Seiver, Mr. Kromer, adviser. Third row: J. Roy, N. Taylor, F. Bruskin, ABOVE-U.D. students relax and have fun at "Club 6O," the Junior class dance. Below-The Junior executive committee is called to order by president Tony Grant as Marion Layton reads the minutes. The Halfway Point A. Brooker, P. Zimmerman, G. Manwiller, E, Schwartz. Last row: J, Robin, D. Swanson, F. Ursomarso, D. Zecca, J. Bowers, J. Fishman, S. Fisher. Mr. Richard Kromer ADVISER, CLASS OF 1960 Planning assemblies, attending executive commit- tee meetings, and discussing Drexel Test results and scholastic standings with students are the activities of Mr. Richard Kramer, adviser to the class of 1960. Another of his main jobs is to supervise decorations for the class dances, and he is now an expert in climbing ladders and hanging crepe paper streamers. For the past two years, he has been assistant coach ofthe soccer team, and his coaching and understand- ing have helped many of the players through tense moments in the season. ln spite of a full schedule at school, Mr. Kromer finds time to enjoy various hobbies. He is interested in music, is a fine pianist, and works for hours on do-it-yourself projects. A devoted family man, he also spends as much time as possible at home. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS "The meeting will now come to order" could be heard emanating from the faculty cafeteria Monday mornings as Tony Grant, iunior class president, called executive committee meetings to consider the business of the day. Fred Krug, vice-president, Marion Layton, secretary, and Joe Icenhower, treasurer, were on hand to help Tony as needed. Barbara Holter, class historian appointed for three years, kept a scrapbook ot Junior Class activities. As the year comes to an end, junior class officers are remembered as the spark behind revived Upper Darby school spirit. TIME OUT from decorating as: Steve Fisher, Tom Dougherty, Janet Clark, Judy Fisher, Debbie Mecouch Grace Manwiller Barbara Holter Cindy Charlson Marlon Layton Kathy Jamison Elmer Snethen Tony Grant Frank Ursomarso gather around Joe Totaro while he plays the organ nfhftn an f-fi PNP l W WFS it U A 40 Acquiring Skills Homeroom 2'l Mr Brooke font row L V Vasquez L Rebmann Schaper J DeStefano Row two Mr Brooke M Gold rg J nk ovello er M er Wilson K Loockerman A Coyle Row three M Cas sel M Resnick C Kurtz L Hertzel C Kane G Allen J Smith R Lawser G Summers Back row P Abel N Fry R Henderson B Ellis A Norbom A Keller J McCraw J Darmody R Seiwell Not pictured N Bonmfante J Hnggens R Walsh G Wrew Homeroom 28 Mr Soscla Front row L to R T Fiore L Oldham M Go den avakus J H J Blackwell J Almeida ow two Mr Lewis Soscla C Mulligan C Wolff M Kayatu Smith B Crothers C Lopatme R Scherzer Reed Row three D Rex G McLain R Leedy J Doon J Lalb N Vernon J Seneca R Waples R Keller Back row A Oliver G Davis K Albrecht W Cast J England G Borderleux R Bloomfield D Swanson Homeroom 29 Mr Stamus Front row L to R B Reich S Doucherty L Mlner F Worley E Lake G Amato E Bolay Row two Mr Stamus J Olin J Hilsee T Lurcott E Schortz M Keefer M Vlckery M Camponero T Smith Row three R Sereno K Davis L Ettlnaer W Hicks G Gotanla R Lee Back row T Borderleux G Talamml R OMalley H Rezer S Kessler D Gabe J Gaudi oso J Allsman Not pictured N Culberston J Fisher S Grabama to Better Serve Homeroom 32 Mr Relchle ront row L to R C Laurell: J Keller J Mins er D Yanak M Gray E Vlqllone J Holleran Row two V Bond J Cantrell R Ormsby D Culver S Snow M Flsher I Schwartz Row three A Atkln R Taylor W Brldqens J Ewung R Mularo L Lonacono R Wexn traub Mr Renchle Back row C Shor H Hoflner R Kountz W Cole W Ccrrnck R DeGraw J Bowers C Peach Not pictured W Rementer L MacDonald E Mahan Homeroom 33 Mr Jackson r nf row L to R D Boqum M Scola E Fore Drake D Vllla E Grablano P Appet J Rhodes Row two C Kenedy A Cavanauqh B Holter P Zum merman L Montgomery B Lawrence G Dalt C Osterholtz Row three D Snyder J Weston W Thnel C Krontz C Rogge C Montqomery J Mager Mr Jackson Back row E Delss He Peckham W Huns rqer T Sxmcoe G x F I Austin Not puctured G Bradley W Cole R HOUSEF Homeroom 55 Mr C Thompson Front row L to R L Spencer E Rnchards C Norrls N Barton J Arbuckle M Layton J Vull re D DAm1 to B Greenblatt Row two J Franzlnl D Scottl D Sxmotas G Krescanko R Montqomery T DellaPenna J Parks B Dulnn Back row J Penrocl F Howard J Wueslnqer F Barr R Brodsky R Glazler R Roller N Feldman W Lux Mr Carson Thompson Not plc tured S Cave J Hooven G Manwlller M Ostrow D :ey THE DELAWARE County Chapter of the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber- shop Quartet Singing in America, Inc. entertains the lunlor class In an assembly 1 U8 Homeroom 'I5'I Mass Kurker Front row L to R M Deaver B Breldlmg M Sercdy R Dowling M Weinstein D Lee A East J Baldwin Row fwo Mlss Knrker C Chalson B Stevenson T Mostardl M Haqy J Paul R Gallaqher C Klnmas B Ruczko R Gallagher Row three R Magowan R Guckert B DeWoolfson L Saghman R Cox L Jackson F Barnes B Moulder Back row W Wltman ullock C Ln erton E S ethen G Polk Kublcky J Trotman S Fisher Nnt pictured B Mays Gradually Reaching Homeroom 64 Miss Muller Front row L to R A OTerl E Selslove J Howard S Guralmk E Bradley Row two E Rasenwelg J Standnng J Vroman E Frehner H Cellml C ' Davvs C Morns Row three J Totoro F Rosato E Brogan N Arbuckle S Duncan W Pepper W Wig more L Fnorlto Back row J Hutchlngs M Lynch F Corlelo M Moore I Knll B Smiley G De oss: J alus Not plctured A Grant A Lazzaro ni :il Homeroom 129 Mr Wolfgang Front row L to R Mrs Forrester B Marsh B Baker B Stark A Wade M Lazzaro D Howell B Duke H Bradley Raw two S Centrella M Pasquerella S Server B Kmshofer S Davus B Roth J Frnedmann L Morrnson Row three J lcenhower D DeLuca K Trumble P George D Gustafson J Knoll J Wnlls J Grant A Pltcalrn Back row E Sherry C Smln k R Brown H Rublnson H Firth B Moore D Mr Wolfgang Homeroom 130 Mnss Reed Front row L to R M Lechner N Haag M Mosher S Patterson Row two L Welnsteln L Dykhouse J Roy L Dawson L Hudson N Semon V Brauker Row three K Barber D Kasslnger R Masser G Cero E Furman L Baker V Stephens D Mosher Back row R MacDonald J Day W Wnlls F Kr g W Bachanan J Smith G Trnmble A Rudolph Not plctured W Courtney M DelVeechlo R Donnelly C Green G lrwm L Polntes Mrss Frreda Reed J Showers 42 c U . y . . 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'x Y the Peak Homeroom 160 Mnss Scott Front row L to R M Wllllams C Ruhland J Balmer L DeBaun R Leunhouser J Palmer J McAndrew E Mueller O Serpentnm Row two Mlss Nan Scott S Hunsucker J Paulson M Knnley V Gamble H Brewer G Eckels E Haight B Stewart Row three A Gumpert J Malostesta G Mowers P Pruce S Solotoft C Burton J Coyle Back row J Barnes D Tucker J Wolff G Sarson W Jackson T Mllllken R Kurland J Flshman Not pnctured A DlMldlo Homeroom 'I64 Mr Gavltt Front row L to R K Hunter S Streuttleld S Rushton A Brooker C Shaub M Halpern M Russell D De arolls Row two M Gavutt P Pearson H Hamllton L Christopher S Hutchins S Chapman B Shenk S Munro C Lelsenrmg Row three G Egan C Batchelder E McClatchey P McCartney L Peck H Barbehewn D Emeneo C Gayer Back row J Geddes S Knoll D LeVosseur I Petratos C Kon: eczka D Brown I Nesbltt M Wescott B Deflavna Homeroom 209 Mrss Yerkes Front row L to R E Shulman J McCllmans J Ruto J Clark J Brown E Newman Row two N Deputy B lvens I LeVasseur J Gettman D Talley G De Stefano J Ernst J Baxter Row three S DnNucolo H Barrar A Mnllnkran C Pfau S Handy L Whate W Przegon J Mallck Back row G Mowrer R Gutterudge L Crawford T Saullno R Fleming B Coyle R Underwood T Cahill Not plctured Mass Margaret Yerkes N ,ov Homeroom 226 Mr Canales Front raw L to R M Sahaglan D Krause K Shute McFadden T Tanseer N Jckson E Kng Br wn Row two J Harrls C Platt J Falotlca L Levy E Whrtman L Deutsch C Colavlto M Graco ponelln Row three J Resch R Cohoone R Schoettle W White D Dlpletro R Forsythe L Bershteln R Pucsllo Back row G Mumford P Crane A Splro J Mallls D Johnston J Brown E Hackett L Yarnall Not pnctured Mr Ernesto Canales W Kyle S Nlck erson F Ursomorso ' ' s , 1 ' ' ' 5' e 9' . 1 1 . ,- . 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A 1: JUNIOR EXECUTIVE committee busily discussing plans for the Club 60 thelr class dance ev' Cl 'Q 10 ' rr :rr-u if 'U 5 X , Q 2 A I ,X ku Szghtmg the Homeroom 227 Mr Stevenson Front row L to R Mrs Mildred Stevenson L Nlcoll S Sampey J Lewis J Hart L Gunther K Wlley J Comfort Row two G Stahl O Taylor J Slddall K Jamlson F Bruskm J Kreltzer J Dlllman J Cree Back row H Vltolo H Founds P Schotf J Pug L Calabreese R Berhno D Myers J LaBarka Not pnctured J Bedrotf J D1Seno P Falataco R GI ss Hatft H Jones F Luuahau T Martlneel: McFeeley A Mlchettl P Pope L Wroten Homeroom 228 Mlss Mowry Front row L to R Moss Helen Mowry J Krestan M Llght S Stems S Hayes C Sanders D McKeever L Wulf Row two R Gnovanette N Taylor K Nielsen J Beese M Prendlvulle S Feeney S Connerton L Burkhard Row three C Bevan G Stecher R Hafft D Caldon C Mythre G Graft G Sclosla 5 Yarrow Buck row J Dolbow J Jones J Crowthers R Smlth H Lachette N Maurer L Madugan R Frankenfield Not plctured P Brown E D1Nenno M Jaros J Qunrk R Volz Homeroom 230 Mr Kromer ont row L to R A DePaulo A Norman Krestan E Glick C Felix M DlNoble Row two E Sumon A Saulmo C Connet F Bennett C Heldman D Mecouch E Jeftnes B Wlllloms Row three J Yaun R Hamllton J K Scott K Jones C Burnett M Prevm C Blakey R Campbell M Steers Back row J T Scott G Wagner G Fraser T Warrow W McCaskey T Dougherty R Lambert V Maltla Not pictured R Crowthers Mr Richard Kromer H Ranlun J Tet: Highest Goal Homeroom 253 Mr Harer Fronf row L fo R B Norsworthy S Wulllams J Scarlidn G Henlenman B Thomas M Svmon L Messlnger Row Qwo R Cummlngham S Coons K nson J Raab S B verly J Bur 1 S G05 K czur Row lhree E Sfrelau W Ebel S 0 b J Fenimore J Krom W Lewns D Lafella C Rainer Bac row J Scott J Fredrucks R Caponlgra W Bac us P Nnckel D Cavanaugh C Zecco R Mc Connell Noi plcfured S Wagner Homeroom 263 Mr Lucks r ni row L to R Sm: J Blnnlck C M1 er S Krupnlck S Kaiser C Rank S Norsworfhy E LoMonaco Row fwo Mr James Lucks R Scavllio M Coraslck P Helfrnch K DlSaluc:1ore C Ferhq A Busa J Turnler Row fhree B Lawrence C Bolay G Keane N Pompo T Nolienmelr A Zuccarello R Sullender C Wells Back row J Henderson R Carrier D Curry B Ellloit O Christensen J Reed J McCoy R Friday B Seavey Not plcwred A Goldberg B Wullns Homeroom M D Mr Packer F nf row L fo R A Lemnsh R Cherry J Robin O Klnne C Evans D Lldle E Amonson Row lwo M Packer W Ehore J Bowman K Hldell D Taylor Row fhree L Mlcheih R Ruale D Weaver E Pug: lone R Talarnrm W Bay J Allsman W Orr Back row T Menfzer D Watt J Sherman H Gerhard J Gallabrese T Chrust H Knauer W Shnsler MAKING DECORATIONS for the Junuor Dance are Joan Arbuckle Grace Mcmwnller Ruth Ormsby and Betty Bright -sgg qos n" fs ws 'Y if 58 50- H L 1 91 C' C w -,U Where Blueprints STUDENT COUNCIL Front Row H Hager P Harluns O KlIne F Brown M Layton S Feeney G Clark A Scott M TomasIan K Watson W S Thomas M Hagy S Solotoff J RICCI G Cooke Mlss Noble Mrs MacNaIr Second Row A Henderson M Thomas L MortIn Bachman F Lawrance L Rose K Turvllle E Peterson C Carter S Brown B Stevenson D Grover C GrabanIa S Knoll B Holter Mr Andersen Thlrd Row B Berger K Kohn L Reppert C Collemacsne R McFarland N Maruca J BInnIck E FeInsteIn J Cocco R Race S Yowell J ReIn A Coyle J Nalllnger J DeMann J ShIvely D Phllflp P WeIss Back Row C Jones J Totaro F Schank W Ebel R Wemtraub B Sarklslan K Cardone J Boghoslan D Hamsher R Costello H FInarellI H Rezer D Watts B Kerr L ManzI A RIcketts Nat PIctured R DeBeer STUDENT COUNCIL Student CouncIl can be compared to the buIldIng of a house IH that It needs a strong foundatIon and a sturdy framework In order to become a superIor flmshed product" GaIl Clark CouncIl presIdent for T958 59 Introduced TDIS metaphor at the first councIl v,i--- meetIng In September The foundatIon of the councll she explaIned IS the prIncIples upon WhICh It IS based whIle leadershIp and responsIbIlIty comprIse the framework Co operatIon and Industry on the part of ITS members must accompany the COUNCILS workmanshlp In order to complete a worth whIle program of GCTIVITISS Proof of the success of thIs year s councll program IS offered by the treasury report whIch IndIcates that the councIl netted S6 647 22 for the Mendenhall MemorIal ScholarshIp Fund through ITS chocolate bar campaIgn ThIs campaIgn whIch recelved the co operatnon of the entIre student body, was carrIed out under the guIdance of Mr Ralph Andersen, COUNCIL advIser The coke wagon manned by Student CouncIl members was another financIal success nettIng 5284 98 Other prolects Included placIng trash receptacles throughout the school usherIng at Back to School Nught and promotIng school spIrIt COUNCIL also sponsored record hops after basketball games and COUNCIL MEMBERS Onan Kllne and Aubrey Bates tackle the task of removIng SIX tons of chocolate from the vault 48 : : . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , , . . : . , . , . , . 1 ' 1 - 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Gall Clark and Greg Cooke decide as the latter draws a name from the basket sent representatives to the Phlladelphsa Suburban Student Councul Assoclatuon All students took part un these protects snnce a councll member represented each homeroom club and publication Officers were Gall Clark presldent Joe lcenhower, vlce president Greg Cooke treasurer Ann Scott secretary and Marge Tomaslan, sergeant at arms During the second semester Sue Feeney and John Rlccl served as vlce presldent and treasurer respec tnvely Mrs Edna MacNalr Mr Ralph Andersen and Mass E Lucille Noble advised the group COUNCIL ADVISER Mrs Edna MacNalr confers with Council officers Gall Clark Greg Cooke Ann Scott and Marge Tomasuan i... .3-'-f COUNCIL MEMBERS Joe Totaro and Michele Hagy sell cokes and hot dogs during a football game ini. COUNCIL MEMBERS Lmda Rose Lynne Martin and Fran .IAYNE COMFORT and Betty Stark buy pennants from Orson Lawrance sign nn wuth Marge Tomaslan Sergeant at Arms Klme a Student Council representative ff' N.,.X,,,,f- s..,,,N e ,- '.' t , 1 -. at , a QB' Mv- ACORN Front Row B Kmsler secretary S Krauss features edntor M Tomasran gurls sports edltor C Jones news edltor H Flnarelln edntorm chnef Mrs Sllck advlser K Bull boys sports edntor R Adler photography edntor Second Row V Allen M Hagy L Haegley D Fredenck P Plerceson S Feeney A Manwrller K Jamlson T Tanseer Third Row D Swanson P Moyer B Sarluslan R DeGraw J Bowers B Kerry D Curry F Krug Back Row S Evans H Rublnsan J Fishman N Feldman R Sand M Sand A Bates S Fisher Edit Report Analyze. QW" MMM x4-Ji ACORN Upper Darby students have enloyed readnng the ACORN smce nts mutual Issue thurty one years ago The weekly newspaper whrch nn cludes news utems, spods wrlte ups creative wrmng, special features and cartoons has won the Columbia Scholastac Award the Natuonal Scholastic Award and the Pennsylvama Scho lastlc Press Assocuatuon Prnze In previous years lntervlewlng coaches following up news :tems and wrltmg and correcting copy occu pred the tnme of the fifty staff members who seldom left school before 8 PM on press nights Prospective staff members were requured to wrlte a detimte amount of copy before beung elected to the staff which was dlvlded accord mg to the sections of the paper Kent Bull Charles Jones Suzanne Krauss and Marlone Tomaslan presided respectively over sports news features and gurls sports while Hugo Flnarelll edutor In chlef and Mrs Anne Slick faculty adviser co ordmated these depart ments HUGO FINARELLI Acorn editor discusses the sports lay out wrth Mrs Slick advlser DURING PRESS mght Mrs Slack Carolyn Donzantl Suzy Krauss Peggy Shepley and Paul Moyer proof read the sports pages OAK STAFF During their iunior year, seventy girls under the instruction of Mr. Carl M. Hamsher, began the initial preparation of the 1959 Oak. ln the spring of their iunior year, as the staff became organized, and was cut to twenty-nine members, the group selected Lynne Martin, editor, Barbara Steinke, assistant editor, Emily Maxwell, copy editor and Ruth Horvay, art editor Various committees and editors frequently worked late into the afternoon to meet their deadlines Mr T Oswald and has staff managed the photographic details The art literary business photography, and typing staffs co operated as a team to produce the complete verbal and pictorial record of life on the hill that is the 1959 Oak OAK LAYOUTS have the attention of Emuly Maxwell Mr Hamsher Lynne Martin and Barbara Stemlce OVERTIME FOR Joyce Marlin Jo Nalllnger and Mary Lou Marple who are working on the 1959 Oak ,its- "lN- if 3 Relate Review Record OAK LITERARY STAFF Seated B Stelnlre Assistant Editor L Martin Rose M Haines E Peterson J Editornn Chief E Maxwell Copy Editor Front row M Marple V Pierce S MqGqry Lqgf row P Deaver N Palmer J Vasquez Second row E Cooke J Nallmger Swqrt L J Marlin J Kaplan B Foley J Oberlander D Director Third row ef-M W 3 it Sl Williams C Miller 39 -... Tomlinson K Turville D Hoyer McFadden L Kruger C Kinney Heaney S Gaul 56 v Ykc 0 id Roundzng Out Q4 if N X -...gan-"1 as 1 UPI DAH LITERARY STAFF Front Row Mlss Gaukrodger E Shulman F Lawrence J Ruto Second Row M Lechner F Bruslun B Pollock J Kellar S Chapman Back Row A Gould J Howard P Zimmerman D Gustafson MAKING PLANS for the first edmon of Up: Dah Fran Lawrence editor and Mass Edith Gaukrodger advuser discuss a manuscrupt UPI DAH STAFF Havmg the dustmctlon of benng the oldest publlca hon In Upper Darby the Up: Dah ogom served as the medium which students used to display theur cre atlve talents Muss Edith Gaukrodger guuded Fran Lawrance edltor In chief and her staff In selecting proof read mg, and edltlng all the copy whlch they recelved Because of nts pleasmg layout typography and general appearance the 1958 Up: Dah recenved the Keystone Award from the Pennsylvania Scholastic Press, and :ts slxth first place ratmg from the Na tlonal Scholastic Press Assoclatlon The Upl Dah has also accumulated fourteen All American ratings over a peruod of twenty years 5.1 PRELIMINARY READING of Up: Dah copy has the attenhon of A SELECTION of Up: Dahs representlng fourteen years Pat Zimmerman, Francene Bruslun, Adruenne Gould, and of prlze wlnnlng eltort Mary Jane Lechner 52 the Lzterary Program 3 eq, K H rf-1 Q I! PUBLICATIONS BUSINESS STAFF Front raw J Meckllng M McClean son B Bnedlmg Second row J Comfort R Llchtenfeld M Gelsmann Advt Manager C Seraflne Oak Manager R Consalvo General Bus: N Taylor D Yanak C Duncan Mr Shenk adviser Last row B Shenk ness Manager V Slnclalr Clrculatlon Manager M Brledlmg .I Paul K Watson l Montgomery A Coyle V Josettl PUBLICATIONS BUSINESS STAFF Dlstnbutmg school publncatnons, advertlsmg for the Acorn, and scheduling semor pnctures kept the Publ: cations Busmess Staff busy thus year Mr Clayton Shenk supervised the staff which was dnvncled unto the departments clrculatlon, advertusmg and Oak Under the dtrectlon of Vlvlen Smclalr clrculatlon manager the staff dlstrlbuted the Oak Acorn and Up: Dah and kept records of general publlcatnons subscrlptlons Carolyn Seraflnes speclal lab as Oak manager was the recordlng of Oak subscrlptnons Durlng the fall her staff also recorded the numbers of Sensor puctures Marcla McClean un charge of advertlsmg, receuved all orders for advertusmg and placed them In the Acorn As general manager Rose Consalvo co ordnnated these phases of publlcatlons busmess Collecting and recording semor slttmg fees and handling programs at sports events rounded out her assugnment Twenty gurls on the staff rotated their dutles under these four managers to handle the busmess end of publlcatlons, whsle Mr Shenk collected and banked the money for subscruptuons and advertuslng, and coordinated all publlcatsons busmess actuvutles f' i ! WORKING DILIGENTLY In the publications oftlce are Mr Shenk Marcia McClean, Kaye Watson, and Barbara Shenk STOPPING A moment In their busy schedule to pose sedately are the Heads of the busmess staff Vlvlen Slnclalr, Marcla McClean, Rose Consalvo, Margaret Bnedllng, and Carolyn Seratine 53 o - - 1 1 , - ' 97 ' ' ' , . , .,. I ' " , I ,f 1 i , -' -v, " .. 'K . V 'K Q17 Y? Y: V" "" 5 ,I I U - ., Mk, to . 'I 4, 5 XJ A-. X . v YW ,. , " ,xg - . 1 . . -'N 1 . , ' . ' 1 ' 1 ' W , - 3 X . - 5 4 - f 3- 5 C. W 4 1 5 ,M , A , itww 4. A x . .' .g. ,.,.-.- greg- t , : : . , . , , . . : . , . ' , . ' , , , D .- . . , - I , - , - , - , - I - , - - - , 3 . , 7 . , . - . , . , . , . '. I f 1. ' es. g if f I u a I o Q 1 I I i I I R 'L 1 I ,. L,f'., I 't ,X .mg . . . , , , - ss, ,Z7 ' f . . . 1 . 53,5 . . , . . - - fp . ly . . . . .XA . V . K ' li , ,. ' " N. . . I . . 1' 4 'J 5 - ' I I ' G f Y. 7 i x - , . . . I K K X . . . . , , "xt I 4 . , c , f 'x - 1 'www -U QR lx G3 M 'fr ? PUBLICATIONS ART Staff Sitting Mnss Kungsley Nancy Horst Ruth Horvay Marshall Case Standing Arlene Karlan Gall Mor gan Barbara Muchaelson Ginny Stevens Gerry DuStephano Kathy Pultz Althea Kramer Lannette Reppert Jeanne Geckeler Erlc Grove Annette Hess Lucnlle Mnseruan ART STAFFS Upper Darby lnterary staffs relned on their co ordlnated art staff to add Interest and varlatnon to school publncatlons Each week, Acorn art eclutor, Nancy Horst, an her assistants amused readers wrth cartoons and crossword puzzles Marshall Case and Up: Dah staff members ullus trated stones and deslgned the cover for U D 's sem: annual magazune type publlcatnon ART EDITORS Ruth Horvay, Marshall Case, and Nancy Horst work on Oak, Up: Dah, and Acorn as Mlss Elizabeth Kmgs Iey, advnser, offers suggestlons C reatzvzty and Grace- Deslgnlng an acceptable cover drawmg end sheets and dlvlder pages and filling blank spaces In the layout wuth art spots were problems confronted and solved by Ruth Horvay and Oak art staff members As three staffs provided beauty and varuety for the Acorn, Oak, and Up: Dah, so dad Mlss Elizabeth Kmgsley, adviser, provide creatuve suggestions and artushc durectuon PUBLICATIONS ART Editors Nancy Horst, Marshall Case, and Ruth Horvay display a Ups Dah cover IIN ' -an A at F' ' , , - 5334 f 'W' 5 2 A ' if L1 51 2 E R .5 fa - ' r Q3 -Q-v a N .4 ,,..! 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I . , ' d 54 iz sqm 0 PUBLICATIONS TYPING Staff Front Row J Frutsch B Wood N Dennus C Worley L Robunson B Pruest Second Row W Guules A Kalbacl-u K McGowan J ONeull J Ruscutella C Weddel C Jackson Back Row A Cucchunu A Masuccu S Neuthercott E Souders J Frutsch M Cumunu D Manlove G Clapper Concentration and Accuracy PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF Armed to the hult wuth clupboard bruefcase trupod schedule book and camera to say nothung of hus heavy class assugnments Duck Adler OAK Photog raphy Edutor rushed to the scene of all Upper Darby actuvutues to take actuon puctures for the OAK Duck and hus staff covered sports events plays dances and Hu Q meets Mr Charles Oswald advused other staff members Aubrey Bates, Robert Kerr and Albert PUBLICATIONS TYPING STAFF School publucatuons requure much work un typung of manuscrupts and letters Speed and accuracy were the basus for the selectuon of the Stenographuc gurls to the Publucatuons Typung Staff Every Tuesday and Thursday after school the twenty four gurls who were chosen typed copy for the Acorn Oak and Upu Dah In order to get more work accomplushed the typung was duvuded unto shufts Regular typung hours lasted untul four thurty whule the late shuft kept the gurls workung untul seven oclock Club member sacruflced many study peruods to the task of meetung deadlunes Officers for thus year were Norma Dennus presu Gumpen dent Bettu Wood manager and Carol Worley secretary Muss Lucretua Kerr durected the club and auded the gurls un settung up 'obs and proof readung copy TYPING CLUB presudent Norma Dennus checks a manuscrupt wuth Muss Kerr PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF members A Bates D Adler R Kerr and A Gumpert examune photography equupment wuth Mr Oswald -uni 55 . u ' ' . A L fl' .. N , 4: F ' ' ' ' ' . ' I 'wt ' . A , . 4 Ll 4 ' - . X '95 I Ls' . T gx i ' . . N g...N,f g . .l -J -f.. 1 N N 1 N , 5 - A 3 X A . - . . N , I4 S, , ' N . ' L .. ,. I1 3 ' "Qt '- ' ff 'tr L ' l , .. ' . ft ' R A N I .N S T I xy! ,avi I W i . . - A Q1 ,- . . T w , if N - " il . ' l tl .. . A Q A I V . " . 5 , ' ' ' ,. 1 ' l al ' - ci u ut ,ai l F Q Q I , , . R 1 . ' A ' 'f ' 1 TWU v ' 1 1 ' .. - I X ' ,F . K N . , A . i - . u . ,u ' i R . I A u r 't ' 1 . c ' ' , -N X u ' ' . c L N . ' . 'W K is ,,,Q l if x - .X I . D i , I N. , f . . 4 ' ' ' 4 Q-A . fl ' , , km 5, ,M I Q- E I I re' 'wr V az I Y - u n X N,u.-'ARM' A 4 h N . ' , . ,g31'gfg.u3 . u' . - -41-f With Harmony, Rhythm, and "A" CHOIR "Perfection" was the A Choir goal for 1958-59. Five oral tests, written tests in vowel sounds and tim- ing, and past records of behavior and attendance were the basis for the selection of eighty-eight chorus members to this vocal group. A Choir members sang at the Anniversary program of the American Bible Society, for the House of Representatives in Harrisburg, and at Embreville State Hospital At Christmas, A Choir members carolled to raise money for Delaware County Hospital and pro vided leadership at the Christmas concert Officers this year were Les Adams president, Greg Cooke vice president Roy DeBeer, treasurer, and Joyce Fritsch and Lynn Robinson, secretaries Dan DeLuca and Douglas Guiles served as accompanlsts GOVERNOR LAWRENCE and Lieutenant Governor Furman greet Dr Dengler and the A Choir at the capitol building lh Harrisburg :nun 2 1 ,in lll Jill!!! Nfl! f A CAPPELLA A rront Row D Deluca T Christ D Hamilton J Grant L Adams D Carrier R Campona J Colclough R Spencer D Glovis R Bowers B Snethen T Mulholland R DeBeer B Matthews G Cooke J McCoy M Slmminger B Hoffman Second Row M Deaver F Worley W Gulles L Van Meter F Brown L MacDonald A Karian J Fritch J Geclxler J Howard C Chalson S Hunsicker K Jamison N Taylor T Tanseer C Morris C Serafine L Robinson A Kalbach V Sinclair E Lake C Worley L Rebmann B Steinke B Roberts Third Row C Banter B Foley S Davis E Mac Closkey I Pernin P Reilly L Peterman C Reed M Tomasian S Beverly A Brooker C Osterholtz G Manwiller E Peterson L Martin V Bond J Ruscitella S Arnol"f R Horway T Banner J Wiesinger T Mentzer E Frehner L Deutseh G Riegel N Palmer J Woodhead L Williams C Miller J Meehla R Swart C Gross F Helnze M Miller B Whitman J DeGeorge M Haines S Doom L Kunkle C Jackson J Frltch J Henderson 56 - - I - I . - . F I Mi? . . . sisl ' f ,, ,, . . . . . . l , y, y gg 1 -sus t 5- 1 - I .1-J F t M 5 ' 'fy F ffl ', A ' -. " I t ' , 1 1 , Q 4, i f ' 4, . l ,, , ' ' " il l l ' A g M no X L' ,Q nl: -- " " y 1- I I' k -' u -' . x ' ,. if X, A t - Y 3, 'f Y l I Y V K. ly 'S l K r N . ' R 11 11, l - - - ' . . . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . ,l . , . , , . , . , . , . , . , . . : . , . , . , . , . , . , . l , . ' , . , . , . , . , . , . , . 1 - 1 - , . , . , . ' , . , . , . , . , . . : . , . , . , . - 1 - I 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - . 1 f 1 ' 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 ' , . , . , . , . ' I , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . ' , . ' , , , . , . , . , . , . , . . Perfection as Keynotes "B" CHOIR Attendance at morning rehearsals, previous schol- astic standing in chorus, and ability to keep on pitch, read music, and recognize vowel sounds were some of the determinants for membership in the A Capella "B" Choir. Sixty-two carefully-chosen members re- hearsed three periods weekly as well as Wednesday and Friday mornings responding to roll call before school to profit from the direction of Dr. Clyde R. Dengler. "B" Choir girls provided leadership at the Choral Club's Christmas, Easter, and Spring Concerts: and, with the help of boys from "A" Choir, presented programs at the Philadelphia International Airport, at the Beverly Hills Junior High School, and at the Episcopal Academy. Otticers of this organization, elected in September, were Linda McCausland, president, Sue Centrella, vice-president, Cynthia Weddell, secretary, and Sally Kaiser treasurer A CAPPELLA A boys loin A Cappella B girls for a Christmas concert at Philadelphia International Airport Vuvniva A CAPPELLA B Front Row E Seislove M Halpern S Williams S Sewer E Fore M Kniley N Arbuckle J ONeill S Kaiser S Centrella L McCaus D McCouch E McClatchey L Hudson L Baker G Heidelmann J Harris C Leisenrmg J Vroman B Baker B Stark B Lowry C Umstead S Munro D Yanak E Maxwell C Reagoso J Rhodes Back Row S Thomas C Kennedy P Pope L Morrison S Snow L Peck D Snyder J Raab E Fuhrman B Lawrence R Ormsby L Heaney B Holter J Arbuckle S Knoll S Chapman D Day J Tomlinson B Kmsler 57 , . ll fl ' ' II Il ' ' , 9 i l , , , M QQ-I Y we . K land, C. Weddell, K, Wilsoh, J. Scai'idi,.G. Deaver,iT. Raupp: Ci Morris: L: Minelr, Ji Clark,lL. Spencer. Second Row:,V..Vasqueh, Meckling, Ji Paulson All the Qualities of Song: , . i are 0 no 1 Fi if 9 5199-Q . . 0 1 Three hundred and ninety voices under the direction of Dr. Clyde R. Dengler rehearsed every Wednesday and Friday morning in preparation for three annual concerts. Choral Club members first sang publicly at the Beverly Hills Junior High School on December 14, 1958. Boys wore green carnations and carried candles. All girls wore red carnations. 58 inf' The Steel Pier Frolic, an annual school event, was sponsored during the month of February by the Choral Club. Approxi- mately thirteen hundred people enjoyed the frolic which in- cluded door prizes, dancing, a stage show, and a feature length movie, Interlude. The traditional highlight of the year, the Easter Concert, presented on March 15, 1959, featured "The Seven Last Cadence, Harmony, Melody missy -of s. W " 5 - H 0 , Words" by Du Bois. Fritz Krueger, tenor, and Clyde R. Deng- ler, Jr., bass, were soloists. Choir members also sang selections from Protestant, Jewish, and Catholic hymnals while a pro- fessional orchestra accompanied throughout the program. During the final concert presented in May, the chorus along with Upper Darby's band presented a concert featuring med- 59 leys from established show tunes. Officers of the organization were: Bob Mathews, president, Greg Cooke, vice president, Roy DeBeer, treasurer, and Cynthia Weddell, secretary. Daniel DeLuca and Douglas Guiles accompanied at rehearsals and concerts. Pictured above are choral and orchestra members after the presentation of the annual Christmas concert. , .allh lllll lllllll ---so --I :sr .muss- I lhli. lllllll if MARCHING BAND: Front Row: J. Ruscitella, S. Williams, C. Osterholtz, J. Haoven, C. Gallagher, K. Neilson, J. Burris. Row Two: B. Brooks S. Rushton, C. Campisi, L. Krumboldt, V. Gamble, E. Furhman, R Gallagher, L. Kunkel, J. Darmody, L. Sanderson, F. Kahn, S. Harrow L. D kehouse B Ham ton, J. Showers B Wells, J. Burke L Mac- y , . p , . , . Closkey, D. Howell. Row Three: Robert A. Doane, R. Grant, R, Shannon M. Brooks, R. Adler, R. Crawford, F. Cunningham, D. Hibbs, K. Gal lagher, W. Richards, J. Pittette, J. Schulz, R. Green, J. Buttimer, A. Front row: Kathy Gallagher, Karen Neilson, Chickie Burris. Back row: Barbara Hampton, Joann Showers, Joan Burk, Barb Wells, Dot Howell, Lois Macloskey, Lynn Dykehouse. Not pictured: Marion Fisher. ,K 3 1 1 I ' k I Okie, D. Latella, R. Cantor, L. Dawson, M. Case, M. Gallagher, S Rosen, T. Fisher, B. Ray, T. Borderieux, T. Hounsell, D. Tucker, J McClimans. Row Four: J. Balis, R. Hughs, D. Hamsher, H. Openshaw L- Bl9Ukl9Yf W. Thompson, D, Lewis, D. Sample, G. DelRossi, B VanLoan, J. Pugh, K. Bull, R. Leiwell, W. Hinkle, J. Eberhart, R Hemphill, S. Evans, C. Zecca, S. Doane, J. Scott, H. Founds. Back Row E. Childs, R. Chalfont, E. Morris, R. Callahan, C. Evans, M. Castle M. Root, T. Gattone, J. Openshaw, J. Boohar, C. Gellis, J. Grecco Marching Rhythm THE MARCHING BAND and kept band records. Whether the tune was Semper Fideles or the rocking and rolling South Rampart Street Parade, the Upper Darby High School Band proved the value of its early morning practice schedule that called for an eight o'clock session three times a week. "Mickey Mouse," "Wheel Formation," "The Swing ing Shepherd Formation," and initials of opposing teams as well as the beloved U D entertained spectators between halves of football games as the band played on Successful pep rallies, color contests, assemblies, May Day, and special programs and concerts depended upon the contrnbu tions of approximately eighty-five musicians under the direction of Mr. Robert A. Doane Jim Openshaw served as president. Joanne Showers as secretary took the roll regularly f' ..t'f4sf' A had ORCHESTRA: Front Row: P. Cain, J. Feyertag, V. Maike, B. Ruscko, J. Burke, S. Wheat, B. Baker, M. Artin, E. Drews. Second Row: C. Middleburg, J. Gilbert, J. Brown, S. Hottmeyer, R. Crawford, D. Hibbs, D. Adler, H. Gilbert. Third Row: T. Fisher, D. Latella, L. Dawson, M. Case, J. Showers, J. Buttimer, J. Scott, S. Evans, S. Doon, A. Ricketts. Last Row: Robert A. Doane, D. Greene, C. Williams, J. Darmody, D. Sample, J. Pugh, J. Boohar, K. Bull, J. Openshaw, L. Bleakley, T. Gattone, B. Van Loan, K. Berman, V. Gamble. ORCHESTRA Orchestra conductor, Mr. Robert A. Doane, directed fifty instrumentalists in classical and popular melodies. Each concert was preceded by regular morning re- hearsals and practice sessions held during school time. The orchestra accompanied the band and Choral Club in the presentation of the annual Christ- mas concert. They played such arrangements as- "Holiday Tune," "O Holy Night" and three seven- teenth century Dutch tunes. In April the orchestra presented its annual spring concert, the Royal Serenade. This organization also rendered service for special assembly programs and Commencement Ex- ercises. Chosen representatives for Upper Darby in the Southeastern District were Babette Baker and Peggy Kain. COLOR GUARD: Left to Right: S. Williams, C. Osterholtz, B. Brooks, S. Rushton, C. Campisi, L. Krumboldt, J. Hooven. Front Center: J. Ruscitella, captain. COLOR GUARD Twelve Color Guard members practiced three mornings each week to perfect the precision drills and marching routines which they performed at all football games. Joan Ruscitella captained the group, which also took part in the All School Show, in May Day exercises, and in community parades throughout the year. The girls learned each part of every drill so that they could change positions and take turns carrying the rifles. Aspiring members tried out in their sopho- more year, and those chosen could be found in the bandroom each Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday morning practicing under the supervision of Mr. Robert A. Doane, adviser. 1.44 With Life as a Mirror 9900 lflfl THESPIAN TROUPE l000 Front Row C Heldmann S Guralmk A Goldberg S Brown W Gunles L Hayes C Moms R Cohen M Deaver D Cohen H Mack D Klaus Second Row E Schwartz V Smclaur J Taylor M Homes G Stephens M Halpern W Bachman S Aronott J Mayer M Sand J Fma rellu S Fneld J Vroman E Frehner Back Row D Brown G Allen B Whrtman R Swart P Fenstermacher J Krentzer L Sheldon L Levy K Epstem P Weuss E Rosenbloom L Freeman D Ossar A Gellert W Davis THESPIANS Thespnon Troupe T000 offered opportumtles for asplrmg actors stage hands scenery desugners seamstresses make up artists, ticket salesmen and anyone with the tnme energy ond wnlllngness required for membershnp nn one of U D s most octave orgamzatuons Miss Frledo Reed and Mass Molzne Well sponsor this dra motlc group which contributes actlvely to school and com mumty Well known for thelr work In chnldren s theater U D s Thesplans yearly present two productuons especually for young audiences The first Pmocchlo a dramatuc presentotnon of the famullor taury tale was gnven to three full oudnences of LOOKING ON whlle Harriett Mack and Ginny Stephens make final adrustments on Walt Walvucks costume for the C I youngsters on January 16 ond T7 On May 23 The Pied Prper of Hamlm was presented an dance pantomime a unique though highly successful medium for audiences of children The Mendenhall Memorial Scholarshnp Fund received the net proceeds of thus endeavor Every Thespuon was requlred to take on actlve part In each ot these productuons from sellmg tickets at grade schools to deslgmng or bunldlng scenery Troupe members also directed these plays durectors for Prnoc chro were Jean Mayer and Sharon Brown whale Sandy Aronolt was choreographer and director of The Pied Piper of Hamlm CREW MEMBER Steve Field makes scenery adlustment under the hl durectlon of Ruth Cohen as Merle Deaver and Joe Totaro drens Play are Sandra Wheat and Donna Brown Walcl' -x o o o F g f Q 1 1 ,. , , B fs - V' - " A 'Z l' , 11 ' I I , 7 by 3 h T za, b 1 Y 1 . . T J 1 ' ssl-- A fl 1 V H 1 Y . s : : . ' , . ' , . , . , . ' , . . . ' , - 1 - , - 1. - , . . : . , . ' ' , . , . ' , . , . , . , - , - , - I -1 ' , . , . , . . : . , . , . ' , . , . , . , . , - f - f - , . , . , . , . . . . 1 I ' - I ' 1 I I ' , ' A , . . . I . . I Y , , l I . - I ' I ' ' ' - - . . . . I ' ' ' ' I I u I 1 . ' , . . I . I . 1 I I . . . I u 4 1 I . ' ' I . l , s - P T w 4 J a ' ' ' Ar f cs, Q ' -X, kxt l 62 They Acted Their Roles 9? 'x e 4 pf' sit W? an -hi FIRE EATER QWalt Walvncki directs Candlewlck CETIC Lactmannl to BLUE FAIRY Uane Vromanl tells Plnocchlo Uack Fmarellul how he Boobyland ln chuldren s play Pmocchlo can become a real boy Jumor and Semor class plays depended on Thespuans for their success The Troupe organized varlous play commuttees did make up and stagework and sold many tnckets for The Importance of Being Ernest and The Imaginary Invalid as well as flllung many actlng parts As can be expected asplrlng Thespnans must undergo a rlgnd apprentuceshup before becomung actual members Apprentlceshlp may be attained through actmg tryouts make up classes or stagecraft classes and membership ns achieved by earning ten pomts through service to the orgamzatnon Opportumtues for earnmg these pomts are presented not only by the aforementloned productuons but by programs and cuts presented at monthly meetings and through servuces to dramatic organizations and other clubs In the community Thespnan officers who were elected unanimously by the members last sprang were Phnl Welss presldent Leo Freeman vlce president Walla Davls secretary Wanda Bachman treas urer Sandy Aronoft clerk and Ruth Cohen sergeant at arms Speclaluzed 'obs went to Jean Mayer custodian of make up and Elsne Rosenbloom custoduan of costumes THESPIAN OFFICERS Ruth Cohen sergeant at arms Jean May er custodlan of make up Wanda Bachman treasurer Leo Freeman vlce presrdent Phul Welss presndent Elsne Rosen MAKE UP ARTISTS Jean Mayer and Sandy Aronoff add Gnlsh bloom custodian of costumes Wllla Davns secretary Sandy mg touches to Willa Davnss make up Aronoff clerk gg-'rf 'Ffbsx Nt 4 ll l ,J . . ' Y I t . , Q Q' N V , .I I s ' I ' ' xx ' T, - . gi A -K y Y i C xf Q y las T K V . . U 'Q VA , 1, , 1 I ' I 1 'YA ' H wg, X xv J h x.-ssrv s ' 'wk h 'E A ' i',l ,. -' " I " 2 I V ' N K V I , :LM , ,f ., ,mn ,k:.. - ., K. ffgqu, J K -!.'.i-.tl I . ,.,, , .s,,, s.fy'Q.NAhv.W biwiplmcxym I , ' I . . , . . . Q . . . I . . I - , . . . . Q . I . I . . . . I . . I . I I . . . . . Q . . . I . . I I I U ' ' ' ' , - 1 , z , - - u I I I Q . . Q . . ' . . . . 1 I , ' ' I 1 f Q 1 I Q f 2 A I 4 2 . vb Y 1 , kfi'iT - V I A 1475 1 ff-A - - . A' -x I or . x .- 63 Semors Successes eq 4 1- gl'- PHII. WEISS pleads wlth Jean Mayer for Wllla Davlss hand In marriage as Wanda Bachman and Ken Epstem anxuously awalt the CIYISWQY Top I. Sheldon S Field C Fnster andJ Flsher place scenery Bottom M Sand S Aronoff and L Hayes make Hnal adgustments SENIOR PLAY On Friday November 7 and Saturday November 8, semor class players presented Oscar Wnldes The Importance of Being Earnest Ken Epsteun and Phul Welss portrayed Algernon and Jack nineteenth century playboys who fall In love with Ceclly played by Wanda Bachman and Gwendolyn acted by Walla Davis The plot whuch thlckens around these four people deals with tamlng the boys and solvmg mysternous bnrthrlghts All the members of the cast turned an excellent performances nevertheless there are people other than actors who are necessary for a successful play Mass Frueda Reed and her student directors Pat Fenstermacher and Ruth Cohen helped the actors to perfect their performances While the cast and dnrec tors rehearsed Mass Mauzne Well and Joe Totaro stage manager dlrected the stage crew In construct mg scenery Many hours of hard work on the part of the cast the crew and the commuttees resulted ln an enloy able evemng for the audnence and a profltable prolect for the semor class ' 1 we ,- Y' y I Q 1 1 V V I u rn i I' K . 0 O Q I X . r r A , v K . x v , f it f XX X f s 'V , 1 ,,r - , - .. - -A r , A ,sem g V Q 'X ' 14' wk , K V, To or ,ggg M 1, V X W M .ggg . 1, . . 1-r -ll V .M M A -r X, 'Q-1. . I , - z K lfsfso' -, . 4 -,5,,,,, -.rg , I 1 . . , I I I I I ' I I , . I 1 1 , . i I I 7 I I - I : . , . ' , . ' , . ' ' - . : . , . , . I 64 in Being Earnest PHILIP WEISS mourns the death of hrs rmaglnary brother whsle Sandy Aronoff and Steve Evans attempt to console hum Lane Algernon Moncneff John Worthing Uackl Lady Bracknell Gwendolyn Cecily Rev Canon Chasuble Merriman Student Durectors Understudy CAST Alan Gellert Ken Epstein Phlllp Weiss Jean Mayer Wllhelmma Davis Wanda Bachman Steve Evans Roy De Beer Ruth Cohen Pat Fenstermacher Elsle Rosenbloom ASSISTANT DIRECTOR Ruth Cohen supervlses whale Judy Kreltzer puts the flmshmg touches on Steve Evans make up and Wendy Guales and Elsie Rosenlaloom adlust Sandy Aronoffs costume Miss Prism ,..................,.. Sandy Aronofl 65 Sparkling Success Through BERALDE fDave Curryl and Tolnette QEsther Schwarzl consplre to cure the umaglnary mvalud JUNIOR PLAY Class of 1960 Presents The Imaginary lnvalrd Thus three act farce by Mollere deals with a hypochon drlac who trues to contrlve has daughters marrlage to a doctor to sunt has feigned medical needs Phll Weuss, president of Thespuan Troupe 1000 dlrected thus play which the Class of 51 presented as Its semor class production elght years ago Thespnan directors Iunlor class advusers, and Mlss Edith Gaukrodger head of the English department selected ellgnble lunlors who trled out for the cast Sunce four roles were doublecast snxteen lunlors were chosen Other class members sold tickets obtained advertlslng for the program and solicited patrons Whale the play was prsmarnly a lunlor class prolect semor and sophomore Thespuan members alded m designing sets and costumes, nn plannlng llghtlng and an applying make up under the durectnon of Mlss Freuda E Reed and Mnss Malzne G Weul faculty advnsers Lynn Peck headed the make up commlttee whale Leo THESPIAN CREW members L Freeman C Heldman 5 Wheat J Mayer C Duncan J Vroman J Fxnarelll E Rosenbloom L Sheldon L Hayes H Flelg and R Cohen prepare the set for the lunlor play L., . - . . . , . I . . , . I ,. H , Pwr., I I ,ig I D . . . . . ' 1 I H I . I . , . I I I I . . , , - 2 I . , . 1 , . , . , . , . I - U l - 1' - 1 . , . , . . for I Q I 1 N' ss , V , ,' ' x , X , . .- Y A, , ., Q ' q xy I 'W 3 5, I . . l I I ' ' . ' ' I ' . - 1' . . 1 .X xp W gg A n A . - -- Q . ,J . . ,4 I a , L . ,I u? 5 X as , 1 i 4 H 0 V 5 A Scmtzllatmg Satire Freeman durected the stage crew and Gmny Stevens and Eileen Swartz shared their duties as co chalrman of costumes Rov DeBeer and Steve Field served as tlcket chairmen Thesplans also took upon themselves the responslblllty of sellmg five hundred tickets each lumor class member was required to sell two JUNIOR PLAY CAST Belme Joan Bedroff Judy Kreltzer Louise Sharon Brown Shelley Guralnick Tomette Merle Deaver Ester Schwartz Angelique Mona Halpern Pat Zimmerman Cleante Bonnefol Defols Purlon Fleurante Ardm Dave Caldon Carl Green Dennis Myers Jeff Sherman Steve Solotoft Joe Totaro Thomas Defols Joe Scott X '31 MONA HALPERN and Dave Caldon portray the parts of Angeluque and Clenate In the lunlor play The lmagmary lnvalrd ANGELIQUE AND Thomas Defoxs have their first meetmg whlle Cleante Ardln Defols and Tomette look on O I I I , A Q f . 'AU . . V '75 ' 'til . . . . . . . . . , 'vs - l . .... , . 54 xxx, fr .K . . . . . , - it - l -it - Berolde ................... David Curry Q " ' ................... ' S . auunnvnnnpqnuanuaana . r? L 67 Accomplished Royal Performers Display KELLER and Mr. Doane experience tense moments at the All School Show dress rehearsal. XY . ' Nay!! THE NIMBLE fingers of Joe JOAN BURRIS twirls her way to Kubicky fly through his ac- stardom with her twinkling baton. cordion rendition of A Re- verderci Roma. ALL SCHOOL SHOW Krazy Krystal, Upper Darby's Fifteenth Annual All School Show included thirty acts which headlined five dancelines, four singing groups, and two bands as well as numerous individual acts. Mr. Robert A. Doane and Mr. William L. Keller directed this pro- duction which initiated the idea of choosing a king as well as a queen to reign over the school-wide talent exhibit. Mr. Doane and Mr. Keller chose the eight most talented performers to demonstrate their ::"':LTRAZYf KRYSTAL' ALL-f fl- SHQV i759 W - 5 in X. fry THE SENIOR quartet, the Mellotones, CAI-ypgo CHEERLEAIQERS, Front Row: J. Vasquez, P. Lynch, A ROCK and Roll Rcnlomlme lTY the TAX combines the voices of Les Adams, 5- Hudson' M- T0mC'SlGn, A, Brooker. Back Row. E. Fein, Foot Four: Standing: J. Tay or, J. Tom Mulholland, Greg Cooke, and stein KL Shme C. Davis T.-I-unseen Emrhom- Murray. Kneeling: B. Matthews, J. GI , 1 , , - Margie Tomasian. le5P'e' Versatility and skill in Vartecl Acts """"KRAZY KRYSTAL ALL sCHOul. SHOV H59 THE SATANETTES pose with devilish grins Front Row L Wil luoms D Day P McFadden J Marlin Back Row R Swart J LORNA LOCKINGTON Gmny Rmgel and Tomlinson P Fenstermacher I. Rose Irene Permn recreate the legend of Tom Dooley ALL SCHOOL SHOW remained a secret until the opening night of the show when Barbara Kmsler mistress of abilities during the week preceding the show Each Upper Darby student then cast his vote for the most talented boy and girl performer Candidates for the queen were Sandy Aronol? modern interpretive dancer Joan Burris baton twirler and Lynne Robin DeLuca pianist Joe Kublcky accordlamst and Fred Krug pianist competed for the ings crown The identity of the wmners ceremomes announced Joan Burris and Joe Kubicky as the Royal Regents of 1959 For the first time in the history of the show the king and queen were lunnors and in recog president presented gifts to Joan and Joe while the other candidates received bouquets and boutonmeres lf SANDY ARONOFF prepares Her First the GCC0mPC'n'me"'l of Dance an pantomime SOPRANO LOIS VanMeter sings t Joan Meehla 6 NEVER GIVE up l shouts Peggy Clothier the Old Philos opher KAYE WATSON and Bar bara Kmsler dance Dogpatch style n.9 I LYNNE ROBINSON dances with a merry tap and a bright smile O O I O O I , I I H P 1 -iz' if K -, -, at X1 at A ,asf ll .sun II I . . I .1 - 1 - 1 - - 5 ' I ' . . . . . . NW JV: 4,5 . ' . .' I ' . I - ' I 1 ' fe, - . . ' 'sm I . . i . . . , : - : - son, tap-dancer. Les Adams, vocalist: Daniel nition of that fact. Tony Grant, Junior class I . . I . I . . I . I . , F k. , Q . . . . I Q ,229 'I . - f N f is , ' - . f all . ff 1 ' , .I Ag. he D - 1 .4 . Q f 3 t ' M T 2 .ff I s 9 -. ' 1 X I 4 ' I . ni , A ' I Il ' ' o . u 9 Talent, Beauty, and Artistry Appear in School-Wide "Krazy Krystal" Kapers Where Bonds of Friendship '37 mf ROWLAND BOWERS and Bill Cast go up for a rebound during the Purple and Gold basketball game COLOR CONTEST Elections of homeroom color captains began the 58-59 purple and gold contests which culminated in a gymnastic drill, color games, and relay races on May Day. Early in September, the Gold homeroom cap- tains elected Judi Vasquez and Steve Stentz as their representatives, while the Purples chose Nancy Welsh and Greg Cooke. Gold came out on top in the 'First contest the AA Campaign in which 608 golds and 577 purples bought AA tickets The Acorn Oak and Up: Dah formed the background for the second royal battle Through the sale of publications subscriptions the golds also won 476 469 Fall sports presented the next group of contests which began with another gold victory in the cross country race For the first time the golds bowed to the purples in both the girls hockey game and the soccer match The Songs and Cheers Content held in sophomore lunior and senior assemblies widened the gold lead to thirty points as mit J,-X, l' CLASS COLOR captains Greg Cooke Nancy Welsh Judi Vasquez and Steve Stentz receive Tag Day returns from Bob Hotfner Bonnie Heal and John Balls 72 I I P . gf C ' f ' ' :Leif ' ' - - I . 1 l 6 3 T .X 7 5 r- "' ' - '4-lir' xy A . , , l " I X , 0 Y Q ' S Q. Y, ' '. Q A Jr' V . Q Q , g X Q V s' ' ' 7' K J' P ' 5 1' Are Sealed in Color Contests COLOR CONTEST enthusiastic team members out cheered the purples to bring the score to 120 90 Gold s margin increased even further when Barbar Grless sophomore won the annual spelling bee by correctly spelling flagel late which Charles Jones purple semor representa tive previously had misspelled After a tie in the purple and gold rifle match the golds remained in front with the score 215 275 Purples strove to gain lost points on Tag Night Wrestling matches were the first event ending in a 15 15 tie Gold won the girls basketball game 49 47 in a close action packed contest only to be defeated by purple 51 44 In the boys basketball game which followed Purple gained twenty additional points for sellmg the most tags while gold rallied to win both the girls and bays swimming meets As the score rested at 270 for gold and 210 for purple members of the color teams eagerly awaited May Day and the chance for each team to gain 454 additional points 1 GOLD N 4 CHEERLEADER Patty Lynch gives Purple the axe on Tag ight m 1 MISS GAUKRODGER checks Vivien Sinclair's spelling as Mary Lu Haines waits her turn. Connie Fister and Denny Cohen are caught in the wings. -KX. South Rampart Street Let's go, Tam! Pie eater. Purple and Gold Pull, Boys! Dizzy Izzy! V- N15 Bath, Anyone? . ...cd ,. ,,.,,,,,....s,..,w .Q new -0 H 2- vw,.,,.mW . ,.....-Qu.-...,a:-6-rf-ern-ff"'-'rf , ,, "ff Z' " A 'Z' L'XJ,ik4c,., -5. -'wszfv - f. 'af fl -.Magi limit .xv 'fu .1T,.7a-11 F f' r Vi A hush fell over the crowd of spectators as the rigid lines of the Purple and Gold teams entered Memorial Field to take part in the thirty-first annual May Day celebration. The May Queen and her court, in all their loveliness, looked on as both color teams performed the drill. Anxious moments of waiting 74 we A ...ff Introducing the May Queen. Ken crosses for Purple Get Set' ...Two rom One f I s T 1 .1 ' "se was if ,V preceded the awarding of the Gymnastic Drill Banner. Then cheers from the exuberant winning team broke the tense silence. The apple dunking and pie eating contests, the races, and the tug of war which followed were fun for everyone. The day came to a close with the awarding of the faculty cup to a tired but happy winning team. 1959 May Queen Gall Clark Living Symbols o 'KN r' ttyl, I MAY QUEEN In accordance with a thirty sux year old tradltlon the sensor class chose nts 1959 May Queen on the ments ot scholarship servlce to school and class and cltlzenshlp Gall Clark the sensors cholce had the dlstmctuve honor of being elected to HIY In her Sophomore year and as a lumor was elected vlce president of her class for the second consecutive year ln recogmtlon of her many services she received the Elmira College Key and the Leaders Group Cltlzen shup Award Gall s electron to the presudency of Student Council In her senior year can be attributed to the same qualltles of friend ship responslblllty and leadership which garned for her the honor of May Queen ei" 'F 'ivy as ess? HQ., "7 HA EV Joan Ruscltella Am' scoff Sue Thomas 76 , A, k XXX , ' ",', X 1 Xw. I . ,tx K -ft.-1. W so j he C s Q , 1? rf 'ls l + P. V - ll .. I . . I Y I 1 . . , . s we .af l , " ' - ' Q 0' v I . , . I . . . vi A- - - ' Q l K a n n I ' I , .. . . ., . . ,K ik X! . J. 7 .V my I V4 A 9- 1' I 4, "r r f,'19"f' Z sf, Acyyy M t- bf 's , gk , .x ll X " 1- 'L a., K 'Q A 1' 'wh- Service Grace and Beauty '36 --P-If Wir' 'XY Llnda Krumboldt Chosen from a preferentlal ballot lncludlng the names of twenty one outstandmg semor gurls mem bers of the 1959 court represented nearly every school actlvuty General Busuness Manager of publucatuons Rose was a member of HIY and A Cappella B an served on numerous class commlttees Lmda ds tlnguushed honor roll student was class hnstonan an played varslty hockey and basketball Betsy was a so an A A Council representahve Lynne served her class as Editor ln Chuef of the Oak and belonged to A Cappella A Student Council and Hu Y as dnd Joan captam of the colorguard Joan was also 'Q 5 1 Jud: Vasquez 'w 'W' 5 JMMAU Betsy Martun Lynne Martnn COURT treasurer of Hlppocrates Club and varslty basketball manager Ann filled the executive posltlons of class secretary Student Council secretary vuce president of FTA and president of Tay Wlstalvan whale Sue was FTA presndent and treasurer of Tay Wlstalvan Judi voted pepplest was class color captam and a member of the cheerleading squad and Oak staff A member of the colorguard Kay was In the All School Show Cast and served on the Publlcatlons Carol was also secretary of the typmg stat? ln these and other actlvltles the ten gurls demon strated thelr worthiness as attendants to the May Queen for 'I959 WSW' -. in 4... I' Kaye Watson Carol Worley I I n . i 'V Wxlg VV A. RA. 1 f F A lf' 0 , I , W .-' P V t I 1 K ,K W A t Q A l -. A 'Y 1?-, ' 'He ' 1 ' f ' Kalki 'C' f 'IU' A . - S 'K 4 tv fr. . A A P. r Yo '- , ll II d ll ' II, ' ' . ' , i - ' . . . , . . d I . , . I . . a member of both hockey and basketball teams and Business Staff. Known for her singing in "A", Choir, fi fn 6 - , he Gs- A S , fl 2' Pri ' if .-' I L. f f r f ' K ' I "lr f 4' ,v V 1 . . ' r ,' ' l ' 'ip " ' A' ' ' 1 - A ' ' ey, Q , 1 Q A ,M A . ' H. f D - 'u Q A K A .1 3 It .V I 'H' 'YES L ff 'vi .,.- , 1. ' s ily., tr -1. , 4 Y 77 .sa Q. BOYS HI-Yp Front Row: L. Manzi, presidentp L. Adams, vice-president: A. Ricketts, secretaryp P. Moyer, treasurer. Second Row: S. Evans, H. Finarelli, D. Phillips, R. Barkalow, M. Sand, R. Hamilton. Back Row: Mr. Thompson, advisery K. Bull, M. Case, C. Jones, J. Shively, S. Fisher. Scholarship, Service BOYS HI-Y "To be of service to others" is the aim of the School and Comm'-""lfYf high slandafds Of Cl10fUC- Bays Hi-Y-gn aim fhar fhig argarrizarierr has ter. It stands for clean speech, clean sportsman- made a habit of meeting. Hi-Y members collected sl"lPf Clean sCl"0lU'sl"lPf and Cleun llVln9- Membefi fggd fgr needy fgmiliesi helped fhe Red Cross set selected on the basis of character, school service, up blaad bqnkgi ushered gf Adult School, ar fhe and academic achievement, met every other Tues- Loyal Royal Boosters Banquet, and at School and dUY m0mlf'9 lf' the Cafefeflu 70 discuss Plans for College Night, donated funds to warfhwhile ar. various activities, including the annual Sadie ggnizqfiongf qnd operated fhe scoreboard of foot, Hawkins Dance. Officers elected for the year were: ball games. The purpose ofthe organization is to Lawrence Manzlf Pfesldenli l-es Advmsf VlCe' create, maintain, and extend throughout the Pfesldenli Alan Ricketts, seC"elU"Yi Und Paul MOY' er, treasurer. A WELCOME to Fred Krug and Jim Fishman, newly elected iunior members, by Larry Manzi, President, and Paul l'll'Y PREHDENT1 LWVY Munllf Pfeslf-les OVOI' 0 meet Moyer, Treasurer. ing. 4: if . L, L iesijf I5 GIRLS' HI-Y, Seated: L. McCausland, secretary, S. Krauss, vice-president, E. Peterson, president, J. Kaplan, treasurer, Miss Gaukrodger, ad- viser. Front row: F. Lawrance, R. Cohen, J. Mayer, E. Maxwell, P. Fenstermacher, S. Aronaff, S. Thomas, J. Vasquez, V. Sinclair, M. Tomosian, A. Scott. Second Row: M. Haines, W. Bachman, B. Steinke, R. Consalvo, F. Brown, W. Davis, L. Martin, B. Kinsler, J. Ruscitella, P. Reilly, J. Marlin, L. Krumboldt. Back Raw: M. Corasick, B. Whitman, N. Taylor, V. Allen, A. Brooker, M. Layton, C. Osterholtz, V, Band, K. Jamison, N. Arbuckle, L. Haegley. C haracter, Leadership GIRLS' HI-Y Service, scholarship, and character are the basis for the selection of thirty girls each year to Girls' Hi-Y. One of the busiest organizations at Upper Darby, Hi-Y began its year of service on the first day of school by guiding bewildered sophomores to their classrooms. Activities Day, a few weeks later, also for sophomores, was a program whereby they could learn about the twenty clubs and organiza- tions at Upper Darby. Throughout the year, Hi-Y served other school organizations by ushering at choral concerts, at College Night, and at football games and by serv- ing at sports and publications banquets. Selling candy bars for the Mendenhall Scholarship Fund at Adult School and College Night and assisting Mrs. HI-Y OFFICERS Elaine Peterson, Suzy Krauss, Linda McCausland and Joan Kaplan check the budget. Boyd in the High School Office during study halls were also duties of Hi-Y girls. Collaboration with Boys' Hi-Y resulted in the annual Sadie Hawkins Dance, held on April 18. Hi-Y's service, however, didn't end within the school. The girls served the community by ushering at Forum programs and Delaware County Choral Soci- ety Concerts, and at Christmas, Girls' Hi-Y collected items for a Christmas package to be sent to children at Cheney Creek Settlement, Kentucky. Another Christmas project was the decoration of Christmas trees throughout the school by Hi-Y otticers Elaine Peterson, president, Suzy Krauss, vice-president, Linda McCausland, secretary, and Joan Kaplan, treasurer. HI-Y WAITRESSES Peggy Reilly and Nancy Taylor serve at the Boosters' Banquet. IS-If T' x Y PRESIDENT PETER Horluns reads a notice to vlce presl dent Orlon Klme and corresponding secretory lots Von Meter as Fran Brown recording secretary takes notes Raupp F Brown L Van Meter Second row M Homes P Fenster LEADERS GROUP To cute an example for the rest of the school, to foster a spmt of co operatuon between classmates and teachers, and to develop nn the student a sense of leadershlp and acceptance of responslbtlmes are three purposes of the Leaders Group Eughty five leaders, chosen through a wrutten statement of qualaflcatlons and a soclal maturity test, strive to achieve these purposes under the gundance of pres: dent Peter Harknns, assocuate presndent Fran Brown, ond secretarnes Onan Klme and Loss Van Meter Mr Ralph Andersen, Deon of Boys, serves as adviser to thus group whlch he oruglnally sponsored twelve years ago Members ofthe Leaders Group are found assisting In the hugh school and deans offices, and patrolling the halls before and after school, as well as during every class pernod By contrnbutmg enther study halls or free tnme after school, each leader must gave at least one hour of servuce to the group weekly A trup to West Pontfxand New York Cnty was the haah nolnt of actnvutles Two Pmnacles W9 D1 1 J. Q n n a l t gf , . 'Yiwu ' ' , 9 ,Z . . . . . Af bi, , . . A 5 ' . . , - Ax v . . 3' 'll Q 'E , 'Q ' - , 1 K Jw C ' ru. sf., Y SENIOR LEADERS and Captains: Front row: B. Roberts, D. Director, T, mocher, L. Rose, H. Brewer, F. Heinze, E. Peterson, L. Haegley. Back ' 3 I-s 3 . .1 7' A Q: ' Aff' fl , , Y , , if . 4 9...-.--.. A 4' , Q 7 5 1 L? A A it A . . wt f ', 80 HI-Q Twenty-one Delaware County high schools sent four representatives each to compete in the Scott's Hi-Q Contest, taped at host schools for broadcast each Sunday after- noon on station WDRF. Mr. Paul Coltey, tac- ulty adviser, chose Upper Darby's repre- sentatives Wanda Bachman, Robert Dono- van, Hugo Finarelli, Charles Jones, and Steve Evans, alternate, for their general knowledge in several fields. Wanda special- ized in music and literature while Bob studied United States Government, econom- ics, and world history. Charles and Hugo shared physics, mathematics, and chemistry areasf all team members were required to be well-versed in current events and Shakes- peare. Placing first in the preliminary rounds, U.D.'s intellectual abilities proved superior when team members defeated lnterboro and Penncrest in the final round. Team members received gold watchs, while the school was the recipient of Sl,000. O Service HI Q TEAM Seated Charles Jones Robert Donovan Hugo Finarelli Wanda Coffey adviser .I . 1 , S 1 ' - AX Xt g x , llhllli my i -1 f i ' ' is - .i ..,-.,. 'R w- Wiw. .,,. gif V M. L xii il INTENT STEINMETZ Society members Charles Jones, Aubrey Bates, and George Wagner build a radio. S TEINMETZ SOCIETY Electricity, photography, and chemistry are some of the subjects which members of Steinmetz Society studied at their Friday afternoon meetings in the electric shop. Under the guidance of Mr. Fred Loeper and Mr. Edwin Harer, co-sponsors, the twelve members worked hard to complete an amateur radio station which broadcasts from Upper Darby High School. Anyone interested in science was eligible for membership in this scientific society. Prospective members were required to make a fifteen- minute speech dealing with a scientific topic. Other club activities included a visit to Leeds and Northrop, an instrument manufacturing company. Officers are George Wagner, president, Alan Ricketts, vice- president, and Aubrey Bates, secretary-treasurer. 3 x wt -.A 1 If W... , ...Ms ew., ...nn-eau, pq? -gg ..-... ..-.-.- ...-un .Q t 1 it. 511-11- DEMONSTRATING DUTIES of First Aid and Social Service, Karen Turville and Lois Williams adiust a sling for Debbie Director while Cathy Gross answers the phone and Fran Brown writes a report. 82 Mechanics, Biology, ppl 'H STUDYING MODEI. parts of the human body, Hippocrates Club officers Emily Maxwell, Joan Thiel. HIPPOCRATES CLUB Monthly meetings of Hippocrates Club gave future nurses an opportunity to learn the fundamentals of nursing. The meetings, which were often combined with those of First Aid and Social Service Club, in- cluded movies, slides, and guest speakers. Miss Otti- lie Feddern, an Upper Darby graduate and a student nurse at Presbyterian Hospital, showed slides at the February meeting, while Mrs. Beverly Shepard, an x-ray technician at Philadelphia General Hospital, FIRST AID AND SOCIAL SERVICE CLUB Taking temperatures, filing medical history cards, making infirmary beds, administering aspirin, and bandaging minor cuts are daily tasks which confront First Aid and Social Service Club members. Mrs. Mae Pusey, faculty adviser, selected the girls at the end of their sophomore year. These club members carried out countless tasks to aid the school nurses and gained valuable nursing experience as well. Devoted to serving others, this nursing club prepared a Thanksgiving basket for a needy family and made Christmas and Easter favors for hospitalized children. Officers Fran Brown, president, and Debbie Director, secretary-treasurer, were elected at the close of their junior year. 3 v and Medicine 1 4 1 MARY JO Geismann and Joan Ruscitella enioy a club meeting spoke to the girls in November. Extra activities in- cluded a field trip to Hahnemann Hospital and a visit to the children's ward of Delaware County Hos- pital, where the girls distributed Christmas stockings which they had made and filled. Miss Emma Sommer- field advised the club. Officers were Emily Maxwell, president, Joan Thiel, vice-president, Mary Jo Geis- mann, secretary, and Joan Ruscitella, treasurer. VISUAL AIDS CLUB Having met requirements and having achieved a' creditable scholastic record from Beverly Hills Junior High School, Visual Aids Club members are on call in the visual aids office on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, to respond to requests from teachers who had planned the use of audio-visual aids to instruction. Setting up screens, delivering proiectors, loudspeak- ers and film before and after school, and operating proiectors in their respective assemblies and when study halls permit, have kept Carl Childs and Del McKelvey, seniors, Carl Albrecht, iunior, and Tom Hall, Charles Geckeler, and Robert Mooney, sopho- mores busy. On Monday mornings, Mr. Joseph Loe- per, faculty adviser, distributed weekly assignments. A-.Q USING MICROSCOPES, leuwenhoek Club members Peter Harkins, Sue Mun- ro, and Larry Manzi identify the parts of a flower. LEEUWENHOEK SOCIETY Amoebas, dog-fish sharks, rats, frogs, and mud puppies all suggest biology to the members of the Leeuwenhoek Society. To realize their purpose members of the club have taken trips to the Tyler Arboretum, Lankenau Hospital and the Museum of Natural Science. Guest speak- ers have included R. Leland Brown, pathologist, and George G. Lower, Upper Darby science teacher. The Leeuwenhoek Society, advised by Mr. Floyd Neff, is an asset to the science department because they prepare slides and clean micro- scopes. Pete Harkins, president, led the Tuesday afternoon meetings. Assist- ing him were Sue Munro, secretary, Dick Barkalow, treasurer, and Pat Fenstermacher, sergeant at arms. MEMBERS OF Visual Aids assemble equipment under the watchful eye of adviser, Mr. Frederick Loeper. Standing: Del McKelvey, Mr. Loeper, Thomas Hall, Karl Albrecht. Kneeling: Charles Geclseler, Bart Taylor, 83 and Carl Childs. Mzncuqc, WN .. -' Ai REHEARSING FOR a French Guignol show, Wendy Curto, Sharon Brown, Willa Davis, Sue Cammack and Emily Maxwell display the puppets. LATIN CLUB Students interested in the Latin language met together to learn about Roman life and customs. A Latin play directed and acted by club members stimulated interest. During Latin Week, club members took a trip to Fels Planetarium to see the stars and constellations as they appeared over ancient Rome. Movies and slides of Rome and various other parts of Italy fascinated club members. At the Christmas season a party featured all the Latin trimmings. Miss Lucille Noble, adviser, and Miss Ann Atkinson, co-adviser, led the Latins through a successful year. Officers included Paul Moyer, president, Carol Osterholtz, vice- president, Michele Hagy, secretary, and Ginger Allen, treasurer. 1 Q BRANDISHING A spear, Paul Moyer plays his part in a Latin Club play as Dick Barkalow cowers. Michele Hagy directs, Michael Roach, Ginger Allen, and Caro- lyn Osterholtz watch. 84 versal Understanding LE CERCLE FRANCAIS Frere Jacques, frere Jacques. Dormez-vous? Dormez-vous? Sonnez les matinnes. Sonnez les matinnes. . . Thus caroled members of Le Cercle Francais who enjoyed singing this, and many other French songs, during their meetings. The club met once a month to enjoy plays, skits, movies, talks, and slides centered around a specific theme. One meeting was devoted to music of French composers. During this meeting, differ- ent members entertained the club with vocal and piano solos. Miss Charlotte A. Chrisman, adviser, Elaine Peter- son, president during the first semester, Sharon Brown, president during the second semester, Willa Davis, vice- president, Emily Maxwell, secretary, and Sue Cammack, treasurer, conducted each session almost entirely in French. All meetings ended with the singing of LA MARSEILLAISE, the French national anthem. THE VIRGINIAN by Owen Wister holds the attention of Peg TAY WISTALVAN CLUB Bayard Taylor, Owen Wister, Louisa Mae Alcott, and Henry Van Dyke, the names of four Pennsylvania authors, were used in forming the acronymic Tay Wistalvan. Students interested in literature and doing satisfactory work in English were eligible for member s up Literary bees readings from well known stories and plays and book reviews presented by student members constituted a large part of the clubs pro gram. Some members saw LiI Abner at the Erlanger Theatre in Philadelphia. In addition to regular meet- of Words and Cultur PAN AMERICAN CLUB To promote interest in and to encourage friendly rela- tions with people of Latin America were the aims of the Pan American Club. Spanish students could join this organization which sponsored a pen-pal program and undertook a project to aid natives of Latin America. Meetings, held on the third Tuesday of each month, included travelogues, movies, song fests, and guest speakers. Various classes presented programs in connec- tion with their courses of study in Spanish, and all mem- bers participated in the traditional breaking of the piiata at the annual Christmas party. The club functioned under the leadership of Mrs. Alice Tomlinson and Mr. Ernesto Canales, faculty ad- visers, and officers Rozzina Boquin, president, Mary Lou Marple, vice-president, Mary Jane Leckner, recording secretary, Joan Thomas, corresponding secretary, Mar- garet Breidling, librarian, and Henry Founds, sergeant- at-arms. -ls, Reilly, Cynthia Weddell, Miss Weimer, Ann Scott, and Sue Thomas. TAY WISTALVAN CLUB ings, Tay Wistalvan Club held two traditional affairs in the winter and spring. The first, held in December at the home of Peggy Reilly was the annual Christ- mas Party. Club members provided the original enter- tainment and refreshments. The second and final event was the Mother and Daughter Tea held in the school during May. Monthly meetings functioned under the leadership of Miss Frances F. Weimer, faculty adviser, Ann Scott, president, Cynthia Weddell, vice-president, Peggy Reilly, secretary, and Sue Thomas, treasurer. X f I H ls .L .-... T l A-V g K ,Q v M V LQ- R .jiiilffv A . WI . 4. 'Y' ff .M f L' -, rf- Ofs' BOOTS BREIDLING and Peg Winner read a Spanish magazine as Jo-Ann Nallinger Henry Founds, and Rozzina Boquin watch with Mr. Conales and Mrs. Tomlinson advisers. GERMAN CLUB Englisch verboten! is another way of saying that German is the only language spoken at Der Deutsche Klub, Upper Darby's thirty-one year- old organization. Because no English is permitted, only second-year German students are eligible for membership. Members gain ease in German conversation and a knowledge of German customs and culture by taking part in the monthly meetings of this activity. Paul Moyer, president, Charles Jones, vice-president, and Fredericka Heinze, secre- tary-treasurer, and Miss Agnes Grunberg, adviser, planned monthly programs which included discussion groups, songs, and games. Stille Nacht, Heilige Nacht, a Christmas play presented at the December meeting, was the club's biggest endeavor. GERMAN CLUB members play Der Magische Roboter, or The Magic Robot, a question and answer game. Standing: Paul Moyer, Bob Kerr, George Rowell Charles Jones, Dick Adler, Steve Evans. Seated: Gail Morgan, Fredericka Heinze, Aubrey Bates. 1 1 W tx WAF OFFICERS Bob Kerr and Kent Bull study the European situation. WORLD AFFAIRS FORUM World Affairs Forum members discussed Segregation, Communism, and the Middle East Crisis. Students aspiring to be admitted to this organization presented a five-minute talk on a topic of current interest. Robert Kerr, Peter Harkins, Walter Walvick, Kent Bull, and Mr. Paul Coffey, faculty adviser, led bi-weekly meetings. Representatives of WAF attended meetings of the Philadelphia Chapter of the World Affairs 'Council at the Bellevue Stratford Hotel to enioy the advantages of a forum with well-known personalities as guest speakers. Daughters of the American Revolution sponsored an examination for WAF members to test their knowledge of the United Nations and to express opinions on the topic, "Should Changes be made in the Penn- Constitution?" BEAUX ARTS club members Gerry DeStephano, Bruce Watkins, Nancy Horst, and Ken Robertson collaborate in decorating the artroom bulletin board. 86 Organizations o KJ l' ANN SCOTT Peggy Reilly Mrs McGonnlgle Joan Kaplan FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Future Teachers of America Club offered teaching aspirants a chance to become acquainted with the teaching profession During meetings representatives of various phases of teaching addressed club mem bers Movies introduced teaching techniques discus sions considered the efficiency of teachers colleges Members also took field trips to grade schools in this area where they observed teaching methods. The club sold pom poms lewelry stuffed animals, BEAUX ARTS CLUB Beaux Arts Club members under the supervision of Miss Elizabeth B. Kingsley worked on proiects for art exhibits, decorated the school during special holidays, created posters advertising school events in addition to sketching and painting their own special proiects. At Christmastime, student members painted the school cafe- teria windows with "White Christmas" scenes and later advertised the Helen 'Caro Fashion Show. All members enioyed a trip to the Philadelphia Museum of Art and dinner banquet. A presentation of their annual art exhi- bition ended the club's school year. Officers for the first semester were: Nancy Horst, president, Jeanne Geckeler, vice-president, and Arlene Karian, treasurer. Officers for the second semester were: Lannette Reppert, president, Jeanne Geckeler, vice-presi- dent, and Carolyn Miller, treasurer. Mutual Interest JOYCE Marlin, and Sue Thomas display methods used in elementary school teaching. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Icontinuedj and other articles in order to add money to their scholarship fund, planned to finance a deserving club member at a teachers college. Mrs. Elizabeth McGonnigle served as adviser, Sue Thomas, presi- dent, Ann Scott, vice-president, Peggy Reilly, secre- tary, and Joyce Marlin, treasurer. The club program ended with the formal installation of officers for the following year. DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION Distributive Education is a club, a course, and a voca- tion. Twenty students chose the DE curriculum this year, a program that consists of classwork from 9 to 'l'I:45 in the morning and a job outside of school until five o'clock. Upper Darby pioneered this vocational course, which has since extended to include Abington, Chester, Lansdowne-Aldan, and Lower Merion. Each of these schools is host to one Distributive Education Club meet- ing a year. Upper Darby's meeting, held on November 20, was the first of these in 1958 and consisted of a sales display demonstration, refreshments, and a dance. Officers for T958-59 were Edward Siogran, president, Richard Schumacher, vice-president, Carolyn Collema- cine, secretary, and Nancy Woods, treasurer. r5v-...IT " .., 4, LIBRARY CLUB members Janet Taylor and Wanda Bachman tile cards as Carole Um- stead replaces books and Willa Davis stamps a book for Jim Fishman. LIBRARY CLUB "Five days overdue, ten cents please." These are familiar words to library aides for they repeat them many times a day as they work in the library before or after school or during a study period. Miss Emma b.,.gan, faculty adviser, and the officers of the Library Club-Wanda Bachman, serving her :.:cond term as president, Wilhelmina Davis, vice- president, and Carole Umstead, secretary-treasurer-work with library aides stamping thousands of books, repairing any thct are torn, and designing and assembling photographic displays and layouts and book reviews for new books. Through the Library Club, girls gain valu- able experience in library procedure. -Jkv' lil D.E. OFFICERS Carolyn Collemacine, secretary, Richard Schumacher, vice-president, Nancy Woods, treasurer, and Ed Siogran, president, discuss selling methods. 87 MUSICAL MASTERPIECES Club members Aubrey Bates Warren Hayes and Robert Kerr study an album cover as Mr Keller places the record Per ectmg SkIIIs MUSICAL MASTERPIECES CLUB A mezzo soprano practncmg for her recItal a dreamy plano sonata the mellow blend of a male quartet IntermIngled sounds llke these Interest mem bers of the MusIcal MasterpIeces Club Such artlsts as Beethoven Chopm and Mozart are studIed durlng monthly meetmgs held at a member s home The purpose of the club IS to stImulate Interest In the esoterIc musIc and classIcal works Mr WIllIam Keller sponsor of thIs year old organ Izatuon Fredencka Helnze presIdent Warren Hayes VICE presIdent Bob Kerr secretary treasurer and club members partIcIpated In Held trIps to the Acad emy of MUSIC Robm Hood Dell and other musIc C6I1l'el'S CHESS CLUB BIshops lcmghts lungs queens and pawns acted In the Thursday afternoon drama In classroom 220 The Chess Club open to all stu dents provIded an opportunIty for newcomers to learn the game and for experIenced players to Improve thenr skIll Through alternatIon of team players each club member competed at the PhIladelphIa Chess AssocIatIon FIVE dIFfeIent delegates demonstrated theur skIll each FrIday afternoon agaInst chess enthusIasts from nearby schools Team players tunctIoned under the dIrectIon of MISS Agnes Grunberg ad vIser Steve Evans presIdent Kent Bull VICE presIdent and JIm Open shaw secretary treasurer DURING A pract ce Chess game Kent Bull and Steve Evans concentrate on the next move as JIm Openshaw looks on 88 EYES FIXED on the pans Mary Lou Marple member of the BowlIng Club trIes for a stnke GIRLS BOWLING CLUB Members ofthe GIrls BowlIng Club met every Thurs day at Gehrus Alleys to test thenr bowlnng skIll The club dIvIded Into teams selected ten members wIth hIghest averages tor varsIty and Iumor varsIty teams whIch competed In a tournament agaInst all PhIladel phIa suburban schools A banquet featurmg the pres entatIon of mInIature bowlIng charms to members havIng hIghest averages was one ot the years out standlng events Trophles went to hlghest scorer and most Improved player Officers were Carol Blshop presIdent, Carol Lodge, vIce presIdent, Beverly Rob erts, secretary, and Joan ThIel, treasurer -..- f 0 0 ' I I r . 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I I . . , 5 I . , Fmdmg Others DOWNBEAT SOCIETY Drxleland Boogle woogne Swmg Modern Bop and Progresslve Jazz held the Interest of Downbeat Socuety members every other Monday evemng at the home of Mr Fred Loeb advlser Jack Bowers president Tom Martmelll vlce president Elleen Fuhrman recording secretary and Ron DeGraw treasurer headed the flf teen members of this organlzatlon whose ob'ectlve was to establish understanding and appreclatlon of 'azz In all nts facets B: weekly meetmgs mcluded lustenung to varuous rec ords from Mr Loebs collection and dlscussmg artists their muslclanshlp and backgrounds Members frequent ly made reports on the grants of 'azz and reviewed their contributions In the fleld Several trlps to 'azz concerts at the Academy of Musuc comprused extra actuvmes for this musuc mmded organization MEMBERS OF Boys Bowling Club check for hlghest scores BOYS BOWLING CLUB Gehrus Bowlmg Alleys echoed to the sound of rollnng balls and crashing puns every Wednesday afternoon as members of the Boys Bowlmg Club met to compete an matches against bowlers from Lower Menon Haverford Harrnton Marple Newtown and Radnor The club du vided Into three teams selected ten members with hughest averages to bowl on the Varsity and Jumor Varsity teams Remamlng members bowled on the third team Mr John M Boyd advnsed the club Hugo Fma relll and Norman Plttenger co captauns led the Varsity team whlle Duck Jones scored hugh for the year RIFLE CLUB Rnfle Club members guided by Mr Charles L Wood practiced on the rnfle range umprovnng techmques nn prone kneelmg standmg and suttmg posltlons and In tralmng their target sense Any Upper Darby student was eluglble for membershup and fifteen aspnrants with highest scores were selected for the team From these ten were chosen to shoot In matches Members were permrtted to use thelr own equipment the United States Army supplled ammumtlon and targets Officers were Charles Matslnger presudent Douglas Rex treasurer and Eileen Fuhrman secretary ,. 89 C O . 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A 'V . 2 . -6. -4-v Hs- as I .-'fr si , S g I ' A .,.. I , C . ,T , ,W Af' 1 inf A ,na M - i '7 1 4 R ...J ...J J"-0 . z c-5 .av ' 4 fin, , f. Ji, V, . - 3,11 i., Q, 1 U I' .. iii J 3 i, .L C 'ij - .. , se 4 if ,S sb " " -qi' gc C1 VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY: Front row: M. Ruley, D. Greene, G. Catania, J. Scott, L. Reppert. Back row: Mr. Bernadino, M. Sand, H. Wilson, C. Wellman, B. Thorpe, J. Ricci, D. Johnson, Mr. V1 Strange. f' l F M A 21' 5 3,2 .5 .. ,-:Ll f4"?55K.gi 'H .ig John Ricci Captain U.D. RUNNERS Greene and Thorpe start to overtake two Abington runners. Flurry of CROSS COUNTRY Starting the season with impressive wins over Norristown and Cheltenham, Upper Darby's Cross Country team rounded out the year with a final record of four wins and five losses. Peter M. Bernardino, head coach, explained that the relatively poor showing of the team this year was due to the fact that the squad had to start entirely from scratch when its only returning letter-winner, Alan Phister, moved to Milwaukee. For the first time in many years, a sophomore, Dick Greene, won the novice cup. He, along with George Catania, Lanny Reppert, John Ricci, and Harry Wilson paced the Harriers to a tenth place finish in the district, and a seventh place finish at Marcus Hook. Because of his competence throughout the season, John Ricci was elected honorary captain. Junior Varsity Harriers reversed the varsity's sea- sonal record, finishing the season with a final score of five wins and four losses. VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY Cheltenham Norristown Chester Lower Menon Ablngton Plymouth Whltemarsh Haverford Horrlton Rldley Townshlp .IV CROSS COUNTRY Cheltenham Norrlstown Chester Lower Merlon Abmgton Plymouth Whltemarsh Haverford Harrlton Radley Townshlp U.D. OPPONENT 'I9 38 19 36 OPPONENT hd MR EDSON Strange one tlme cross country coach presents the novrce cup to lunlor Ruchard Green HEAD COACH of the cross country team Mr Bernar duno relaxes after a suc cessful meet JUNIOR VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY Front row R Kurland R Sand H Emery J CQ lo' Q .. Destefano L Calabrese J Seneca Second row L Grosso R Cahoone C Green M Wellman R Brodsky W Burns J Clark A D1Anton1o D Myers Mr Kushner coach Back row R Friday T Gellert H Relzer T Narrow D Hamsher W Klump A Lawley H Hager J Yaun A Emery .pb 35 31 lf is. QQ 'WN 50 1 ' 35 20 ' 39 16 ' 23 36 32 24 ' 20 41 .. ' ' 41 18 "" U.D. 40 17 , , , ' 40 19 I ' I , 50 15 - - I - . ' 15 50 C A - , ' 50 15 3 V 1 A 1 A 'J ' 15 50 ' 22 35 , 3 ' 15 50 A G , . . ' ' 18 44 -1 JN-,.. H - A 1 'F 9 A 'M V l 1 f L 1- 1 1 ' -, 'ag -M-. V A ' ' 49 G R 'E' I 1 4 'Y . J su 4- T 1 " ' 1 1-ll 'Z' 4! L. l ,, 1 , - , E I 2 " . .3 ,s1. Q Q 1 9 V - 1 5 yr Q ,, . I ' xr . 6gQ,gg,V .74:gf.: ff 9.4 . 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Z S l Ll ,.,,,m- pf' sf., fri. fer VARSITY SOCCER With only three returning lettermen, the Royal Booters faced a period of rebuilding. Not easily discouraged, Coach Albert Jackson built his Varsity squad around lettermen Bob Spencer, Bill Schwindt, and Fred Shank, who was elected most valuable player. Coach Jackson stated that the most exciting game was played against Lower Merion, Upper Darby's chief rival in soccer. Bill Schwindt and Ken Kutler hit the goal cage for UD's two points in a thrilling game as the Aces of Lower Merion bowed to the Royal Booters 2-0. Led by co-captains Fred Shank and Bob Spencer, the Varsity completed the season with a record of seven wins, three losses, and six ties, to capture second place in Suburban I League competition. VARSITY SOCCER: Front row: F. Yaggi, K. Davis, M. Becker, J. Coyle, K. Brown, J. Weisinger. Back row: C. Myrhe, J, Fries, H. Firth, P. Miller, Kutler, J. lcenhower, J. Balis, J. Stcugger. Second row: D. Swanson, J, Wolfe, L. Polites, T. Dougherty, W. Lux, J. Penrod, F. Krug, T. F. Shenk, R. Spencer, B. Schwindt, T. Banner, P. Moyer, C. Rogge, R. Mg,-qi,-lelli, Mr, Jackson, I I 6 Q "W A 3 Q I y X ang. 1. ' 2, gf' If '4"- 'fi 'L 1.10 ..' 199. 'J "- U- 'P 3- It Q QW.,- UPPER DARBY'S Ken Kutler fights to keep the ball away from his Norristown opponent. Toeing Techniques vAnsl1Y soccsk g U.D. OPPONENT Ridley Township 'I 'l Abington 2 2 Harriton 1 0 Cheltenham 4 2 Chester 3 0 Lower Merion 1 2 Norristown 4 0 Haverford 'I 'I Ridley Township 0 0 Abington 0 1 Harriton 2 4 Cheltenham 0 0 Chester 5 0 Lower Merion 2 0 Norristown 3 2 Haverford 1 1 PRECISE ACTION and careful timing synchronize as Bob Young and lou della Penna rush for the ball. , . lf refs. i TRYING TO get a goal for UD lou Della Penna sends the ball down the field BALL STEALERS Jim Rein and Skip McCIennan fight for UD Striving JUNIOR VARSITY SOCCER Plagued by iniuries, inexperience, and ineligibilities, Upper Darby's .l.V. Soccer team, composed exclusively of sopho- mores, was not able to realize its full potential They rounded out the season with a final record of four wins sx losses and six ties The team showed its greatest promise in the opener when they defeated Haver ford 62 Here the great strength in the line and halfback positions became ap parent The outstanding defensive play of goalie John Stauffer was very much in evidence all through the season .lim Rem s competence resulted in his election as Honorary captain Mr Richard Kromer coach is con vmced that barring inluries and meligi blllties this team will contribute to a sound varsity squad next year JV Ridley Township Abington Harriton Cheltenham Chester lower Menon Norristown Haverford Ridley Township Abington Harriton Cheltenham Chester Lower Menon Norristown Haverford SOCCER U.D. OPPONENT 1 3 3 0 3 1 JUNIOR VARSITY SOCCER Front row D Wolfe B Callahan S Deering Secgnd row Mr Kromer coach D Geary R Rlgkurdg McClennen A Okie J Rein captain S Yowell T DellaPenna Yqung V Cqrrqwgy B Bust J Buckley H Seggel C Wllsgn 4 on 98 1.9, 6' . 0 0 ' ' , i 7 0 I . . l . .I .I . . . 1 2 y ' - 6 1 y - . ' ' ' 1 1 W - . . . - . 1 2 . ' ' ' 2 2 . ' 3 2 . , . . . . 3 3 ' . ' 0 2 - I 1 I . ' ll 6 X T . . . U' E A " 1 1 - I - f - .l. ' . : . , 5 . , . ' , , - ' , - ' 1 'z - , - , B. , . , . , . , . ' , . ' . , ' ,Q , - . Y IIC- 4. Y :S-2 1 A .Q , -3 f A .3 1. 1 -..RQ 1 3 , 1 l ' 'S 'fp 'ft if 31 ffl 41 S 1 1 s e fi 1 ij g g 321 . f y 5 e , For Advancement .I V HOCKEY -'V HUCKEY After scrlmmaglng drlbblrng and run mng laps wnth the varslty team every day after school the J V hockey squad com pleted the 1958 season In an excmng 1 1 tue wlth rrval Swarthmore After Swarth more had held the lead at 'I O Gall Egan center forward scored UD s tymg goal rn the last tense moments of the game Coached by Mnss Elizabeth Wlllrams and Mass Barbara Relmann the .lunlor Varsrty finished the season wrth a record of two wrns three losses and three tres Durrng the games Mrss Wrlllams alter nated the lumor varsrty and varsuty teams to help underclassmen gam experlence "s Lower Menon Harrlton Haverford Sharon Hull Lansdowne Radley Townshup Norrustown Swarthmore L11 1 'ff JUNIOR VARSITY HOCKEY Front row L Mescants A Egan L Messm ger P Smrth O Biggs B Stark Second row .I McFadden E Schwartz N Borton C Yerger G Rothman Back row M Troxler OPPONENTS WITH AN lnvlslble stuck Betty Stark blocks the drlve of an opponent CATCHING UP to thenr opponents Olrvla Blggs an Gall Egan race to gam possession of the free ball D Kayatl B Lawrence P Dixon R Ormsby D Lloyd S Feeney R Gallager 99 . . 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O , , , W- it 9 9 gl: Q I ,Q 9 Heads Up Ln VL All DRIVING FOR the goal Marlon Layton recelves help from Lors Hoegley Undefeated agaln' Under the supervlslon of Mnss Eluzabeth Wulllams, Upudoll stlcksters were mvmclble for the thnrd consecutive year As a result of dulngent practncmg drlllmg, and scrnmmagmg, the hockeyettes completed a successful season Every afternoon they worked zealously on the practice field Two compe tent co captams, Lmda Krumboldt and Betsy Martm and Barbara Pnest, selected most valuable player by her teammates led the team to each vnctory The squad, well supported by the spmt and enthusiasm of the students, drew a good percentage of specta CO CAPTAINS Lmda Krumboldt and Betsy Martm VARSITY HOCKEY tors to the games Hlghllghts of the season were the excltmg Lans clowne and Swarthmore clashes Each year these schools are the Varsntys toughest ruvals In both mstances Betsy Martm who held the posutuon of center forward, scored a goal In the suspenseful flnal seconds For the first tnme In the hustory of Upper Darby, a bus transported students to the Swarthmore game to cheer on thelr team The gurls flghtung hard tued Swarthmore, also undefeated, un a sensatuonal match which concluded the season VARSITY HOCKEY Front row L Krumboldt, N Scharadm, N Jackson, D Dqwsgn, L Hqegley, M Layton, C Dams, K Kohn Regester, B Pnest, J Clarke, B Martm Bock row A Brooker, L I . Q - , :I . Q 4 X H 'xv 5 :Ns X "'. I. - 1 Q I Q u u . - u 1 . . . I . I . . - . . . I I D ' . I u . . . I . I 100 VARSITY FOOTBALL Seriously handicapped by having seven starters iniured, the football squad got off to a rough start, but the team was not lacking in enthusiasm. Support and pep of the students backed the gridmen well. Excellent offensive playing by halfback Greg Cooke provided the incentive in most of the games in addi- tion to the guidance of Head Coach Leslie and assist- ant coaches Leonard, Reichle, Stamus, and Thompson. Greg held the position of co-captain with Bill Lites, and also was named Player of the Year. The team saw spirit and confidence run high pre- ceding the annual Thanksgiving Day game with rival Haverford. After Greg gained the first touchdown, the scoreboard showed 6-6 at halftime. The Royals, fighting hard, were victims of bad breaks in the sec- Soul of School Spirit Back row: J. C. Day, F. Hoffman, T. Menser, M. Sunshine, N. Feld- man, D. Day. ond half as Haverford scored three times for a final score of 25-6. The season ended with a record of two wins and seven losses. Second row: M. Lynch, G. Keane, J. Barnes, J. Fredricks, D. lee, T. Cahill. Front row: B. Mathews, G. Cooke, B. Beesth, B. Lights, M. Ruzanski, R. Campana. 'ii A DIVE, and an unidentified UD player is brought down. 102 VARSITY FOOTBALL - U.D. Lancaster 21 Overbrook 13 Cheltenham 13 Ridley Township 14 Lower Merion 21 OPPONENT 45 0 20 62 52 Maker of Men Back row: M. Simminger, C. Liver- ton, H. Hallum, J. Shepley, L. Ferguson. ,W xy, ,W ,V k T . 'f'e'1uZ5'. M't'f',Q'iQ-fly ' 'v ,wY 43, ,S - 1 : "V , M.q-124-Q'!:'s,?, If ,T " , ---' '-,,:ff'1-lqisgl zu-52.. .' 'K 4.-Rang.. 3 '..'l' , "4-W bf N ,,',m... A, -f, V .,g,,Jf my .- -5 Q 'f D - .. my nmyrav-Qbgt.. U '. . 'Q---1 , 4 -- Pts:-vin... . . CARRYING THE ball, Gre Cooke circles left to dodge Chester tackles 9 VARSITY FOOTBALL IContinuedl U.D. Chester 26 Norristown 19 Abington 14 Haverford 6 OPPONENT O 51 20 25 IO3 Second row: J. La Barca, A. Millis, J. Taylor, J. Roberts, B. Lawser, O. Christensen. Front row: R. Carrier, S. Stenz, J. Reed, K. Trimble, T. Louderback, V. Angelo. SPEED DEMON Greg Cooke rushes past his opponent gaining valuable yardage. C sf. ilu! A v bbw -54 5 Vai JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL: Front row: G. Keane, F. Hoffman, M. Lynch, M. Sunshine, D. Day, C. Liverton, J. Shepley, L. Fergueson. Second row: B. Gorman, M. Kelly, K. Algazy, M. Lichtenfeld, C. Fleming, R. Fleming, JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL Two minutes left to play and darkness rapidly approaching, Upper Darby "Tigers," J. V. nickname supplied by coaches Charles Leonard and Frank Reichle, scored the final touch- i,xx,1,glt...,v.t 0 'Nggl 3 T26 w ,L ,, 1 lf J. Jones, B. Smith, J. Richards. Back row: M. McGinn, J. D. Day, B. Hummel, B. Hicks. Guarding down that climaxed the suspenseful Abington football game. During the biggest moral victory over the Haverford Fords, JV FOOTBALL J. V. players displayed a powerful defense and a nimble U-D- OPPONENT offense. Gridiron iunior men doubled their value as "dummies" Chelfenhdm 6 0 at varsity sessions. Possessing undying spirit and determination, Ridley Township 13 25 the Junior Varsity team compiled a seasonal record of four Lower MGFJOH 6 18 wins and three losses. Cl'leSi6l' 6 0 Norristown 0 6 Abington T2 6 Haverford 6 O :ke 5 . af' iii-fr 1 FOOTBALL COACHES Renchle Thompson Leslie Leonard and Stamus Wu .4f4"C!"- -5-,ft IO4 GRAPPLING WITH his opponent, Robert Donovan tries for a fall. J.V. WRESTLING U.D. Opponent Lower Merion 43 8 Springfield, D.C. 27 23 Cheltenham 42 6 Norristown 33 'IO Horriton 28 'II Conestoga 34 8 Lansdowne 33 9 Abington 39 'IO Haverford 29 5 Springfield, M.C. 36 3 U D 's Honor X ..-. fi9fL,...m ,F ,L-, 1 .Effie Six JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING: Front Row: J. Busca Iia W. Danielson, D. Antis. 9 f Day, J. Hackett. JOE ICENHOWER attempts to pin his man. JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING Undefeated for the first time in the history of U.D.H.S. wrestling, the JV grapplers ended the season with a league record of ten wins and no losses to capture the Suburban I Junior Varsity Wrestling Championship. Coaches Mr. Peter Bernardino and Mr. Fred Loeb guided the matmen through the crucial Springfield Delaware County match to another decisive 27-'I9 victory. Pins by Bud Blank and Ole Christenson and a forfeit by an opponent were deciding factors in the championship victory. John Bolis, Bud Blank, and J. C. Day each had undefeated season records. Back Row: Mr. Bernardino, R. Estrada, J. Bolis, M. Lichtenfeld, F. Blank, D. Fasluonmg Falls VARSITY WRESTLING Fronf Row S McClennan R Hamllfon M Schwarz S Schwarz P Corey K Davls Back Row Mr Bernadlno J lcenhower D Hogg J Shlvely W Lrtes B Donovan J Slgnsmonh K Klstler B Beseth 6 CAPTAIN ROBERT Donovan afiempfs to pm his man VARSITY WRESTLING SCHEDULE Haverford Lower Menon Sprlngfleld DC Springfield M C Cheltenham Norrlsfown Harrlton Conestoga Lansdowne Abington Opponenr 'I4 6 'IO 'I5 ll 13 13 'lla C l I C O yr . L ,L ' ' . fl 7 'O K, , 2 ,f X A ,, , R f ff f r L g Y as gg J , .rf 4 f N 5 X I ,I . 3 . X 5 L r A - 5 . ,E - l U.D. 35 5 ' 26 14 Winning by Pmmng L WORKING FOR a pin Joe lcenhower grapples with his opponent UPPER DARBY matman Dick Hamilton tries for a VARSITY WRESTLING With a clean slate of ten wins and no losses Upper Darbys Varsity Wrestling squad cap tured the Suburban I Championship for the second consecutive year Mr Peter Bernardino head coach Mr Fred Loeb assistant coach and Mike and Steve Schwartz co captains dl rected the matmen through their seventh win of the Suburban Championship title match Bob Donovan senior and Dick Hamilton rumor both posted undefeated league records For two successive years Hamilton was a Suburban and District champ Joe lcenhower tumor, also obtained a notable record of fifteen wins out of sixteen meets and secured first place title on the Suburban and District matches Upper Darby clinched the District I Championship held at Cheltenham through the victories of the Three. After garnering honor for Upper Darby by winning Suburban l and District I titles the trio advanced to the Regionals where they finally met defeat. At the end of the season the grapplers elected Bob Donovan as Most Valuable Wrestler. takedown jg - 1 'sire i JOHN BALIS and his opponent at the beginning of a take down Kmgs o the A A HAVERFORD man makes Jlm Balk hesitate before passing CROWDED fore court confronts Duck Gortlan as Abington and Up per Darby mx BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Lower Merlon Norrlstown Radley Townshnp Cheltenham Haverford Harrxton Abington Plymouth Whltemarsh Chester Norrastown Ridley Township Cheltenham Haverford Harrlton Abington Plymouth Whltemarsh Opponent l l l WITH THE assistance of Bob Thorpe, Butch Snethen attempts a rebound against his Haverford opponent. U.D. ' 67 42 ' 68 70 ' ' 60 68 26 60 43 5'l ' 58 44 ' 47 38 ' 55 5'l 48 84 ' 73 8'l ' ' 43 7'l - 57 45 ' 57 65 ' - ' 64 58 ' 62 52 ' 63 68 i it up, Royal Court VARSITY BASKETBALL Around the Circle from left to right: Lou Michetti Chris Burke Jim Balk Bill Ferguson Bob Thorpe Rowland Bowers Bill Cast Butch Snethen John Ricci tfs-YA S Dick Gortian Dick Oldham V John Kroll BOYS' VARSITY BASKETBALL "They never gave up!" stated Mr. Lewis Stamus, coach of the Boy's Varsity Basketball Team, in retro- spect of the seasonal record of nine wins and twelve losses. The Royals exploded over Lower Merion in a decisive 67-42 defeat. During this game, four Royals hit double figures completely outplaying Lower Merion enroute to further victories. Bill Ferguson and Dick Gortian co-captained the Royals through a 8-10 league record and a fifth slot position in the Suburban One lineup. Bill Fergu- son, Most Valuable Player, smashed an all Suburban Conference record as he notched one hundred and forty-five foul shots for the squad this year. Results of the seasonal statistics showed that Bill led the team in total points-224 out ofa possible 360. Bill starred again for the second year when elected to the all East Delco Team. At the close of the season, Upper Darby's Basketball Team finished fifth of fifteen teams in foul shooting competition at Spring- field. r c iw 0 O Hi U.D. MAN, John Kroll finds himself sur rounded by Abing ton players. COURTMEN GET ad- vice from coach Lewis Stamus dur- ing half time. ix Qu WITH EYES on the basket Dick Gortlan scores two points for Upper Darby GUARDING CAUTIOUSLY Sd Searles grabs the rebound for U D Shooting for the Top JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL After playing J. V. opponents of all teams the Varsity faced, the Junior Varsity Basketball squad, under the coaching of Mr. Frank C. Reichle, attained a league record of eight wins and twelve losses. Smashing victories included the defeats of the Ridley Township and Norristown ball teams. ln a hard fought game with Haverford, the iunior varsity quinetet lost by a slim margin of two points 25 to 27 Clashmg a second time the Royals retaliated by overcoming Haverford opponents with a final score of 45 to 31 The team centered around players Polites Campbell and Searles Lou Polites and Sid Searles highest scorers totaled 136 points and 120 points respectively JV BOYS BASKETBALL U D Opponent Haverford Lansdowne Chester Lower Merion Norristown Ridley Township Cheltenham Haverford Harriton Abington Plymouth Whitemcursh Chester Lower Menon Norristown Ridley Township Cheltenham Haverford Harriton X Abington Plymouth Whitemarsh PPP A B c UH' Vvcl U Qi 5 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL Front Row K Rutty K Kutler J Sclornlli R Carrier R Costello B Campbell S Searles J Malatesta R Brodsky Back Row S Henry W Ebel L Ferguson J Friday A Lawley L Polites E Pfeiffer R Hadley D Feddern S Solotoff Mr Reichle 'f . - . . . I 5 . I 45 31 21 22 24 33 . ' 23 46 ' 'I I f . ' ' 38 34 5 46 37 25 27 -, ' 38 42 , - ' 38 41 ' n ' 40 29 . . 11 39 ' 33 30 ., ' 20 46 ' ' 38 48 35 40 45 31 , ' 44 38 - X1 4 ' 31 37 ' 27 54 ,1'l ' I I I I A ' S' I V Q Q 1, . gg tx Vggy YI: gn K 1 I I , A S l G O 1 -7 6 Xa ? K gg K- , 1 u I .. T . 1 I Q 1 9 1 X 3 2: l T 7 . A f If I X QQ' i yx I 1 I S. 5' ' il' I g 2 1 X Y A 'i,, I 'M 1 V 7 with Dribbles and Passes GIRLS' JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL An undefeated season in 1959 made the sixth for the Girls' Junior Varsity Basketball Team. Daily practice with the varsity improved defense and oFFense, while rotating captainship bolstered team enthusiasm. Through teamwork rather than individualism, the squad obtained depth, a necessary element for any winning team. Diane Lloyd, team's top scorer, demon- strated the skill characteristic of all squad members. Coach Yvonne Gros taught the J. V.'s good sportsmanship along with the game's fundamentals, and in recognition of her guid- ance and understanding, the girls presented Miss Gros with a trophy inscribed with each girl's name. Valerie Bond and Betty Whitman, managers, provided team members with towels and oranges, kept score, and took care of all equipment JV GIRLS BASKETBALL U D Opponent Plymouth Whitemarsh Lower Merton Chester Harriton Haverford Abington Cheltenham Ridley Township X vi JUMPING FOR the ball is Diane Lloyd as Lois Haegley and Ann Brooker await the rebound JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL Front Row R Drews B Mclllwam J Lyons N Jackson L Messinger R Gallagher D Lloyd J Miller Back Row V Bond P Dixon B Whitman Achievements Through 090000 ef ,tee r f' f et- t"""'N el,-eff x.::e .4 .,..-af GIRLS BASKETBALL J Ruscltella L Dawson D Regester M Artln A Brooker B Lawrence L Krumboldt B Martln L Haegley M Muller R Davidson M Layton O Biggs D Kayatl K Kohn P Fenstermacher Z GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL Upon complehon of the thlrd consecutive unde feated season Upper Darbys Royalettes compiled an average of 56 pomts per game whxle llmutnng thelr opponents to 28 Mlss Elizabeth Wllllams, faculty advuser and coach, and Lols Haegley, captaln, led the forwards through the highest scoring event of the season agalnst Rndley Townshlp The guards displayed their strongest defensive maneuvers against thenr most dangerous opposition, Haverford holding the Fords to 36 points Marlon Layton and Karen Kohn, previous letter winners each completed her second undefeated sea son wlth the varslty team Playmg wnth an lnlured shoulder Linda Krumboldt starred with fifteen Inter ceptuons ln one game At the end of the season the team elected star forward Lols Dawson lumor and returnmg letter wlnner Most Valuable Player 4' f f l V "W -sn, ,, Efvq, , fmt' -'K " f ' W- ' 'fp u f ', CAPTAIN I-OIS Heeslev demonstrates :etching tech- coAcH Mass williams checks the day's schedule. niques. H2 Fortztucle and Pro Lczency Y AN OVER GUARDED UD player and her P FLANKED BY representatives of the opposing team Joan Ponenl 5"'-'99le for me ball wh'le leam Ruscntella and Pat Fenstermacher keep score and mates watch check time Opponent Plymouth Whltemarsh Lower Menon Chester Harrlton Haverford Abington Cheltenham Rldley Townshlp DIANE REGESTER passes the ball to wautlng teammate Betsy Martln l l 3 V X 17, 2 , V Z , 4 " rp . Q - . . A BIG stretch by Karen Kohn puts the ball in UD's hands U.D. ' 29 12 ' 54 33 51 19 ' 57 21 59 36 ' 52 31 52 29 ' ' 77 41 U Ds Regal Mermaids no-4 S. 'S-I N Maruca M Gehns T Tanseer J Clark Back Row M GIRLS SWIMMING Front Row C Ganoe L McCausland G Eckels E Gluck Paserp L Oldham L Baker C Glavls L Sadler K Pultz C Gross L GIRLS SWIMMING Upper Darbys Mermaids completed the 1959 season wnth four wlns and four losses Four returnlng letter winners Lmda Baker, Judy Benson Nancy Borton and Janet Clark, and other team members under the coaching of Miss Barbara Relmann tlnally edged past Lower Merlon during the most excutmg meet of the year In the last race U D gals outswam the Aces 40 35 for the flrst tume In the past four years Judy Benson varsnty swvmmer for three years was chosen team captaun whsle for the second consecutlve year Lmda Baker was voted Most Valuable Swnmmer by her teammates Reppert M Connet GIRLS SWIMMING Opponent Lmcoln Northeast Lower Menon Coatesville Haverford Norrlstown Harrlton Abington GAIL VOGT splashes past her opponent ANOTHER POINT for U D as Connne Flster executes WITH WINNING as the password, Terry and Wm, ,he race Q swan dm, Tanseer starts off at the sound of the gun 4 4 4 And Her Royal Mermen A CRACK of the svn and U-D. swimmers are off in A smxsinne Bob MacDonald competes in the back- Sfflkmg 5Ymm9'fY- stroke event. Cheltenham Abington Lower Merion Eddystone Cheltenham Norristown Eddystone Lower Merion Norristown BOYS' SWIMMING Opponent 44 53 43 31 56 53 47 56 55 BOYS' SWIMMING Although the Royal Natators closed the season with a 4 won-9 lost log, the first year of varsity competition turned into a season of outstanding personal achievement. Top scorers Steve Fisher, junior, and Lanny Reppert, sophomore, aided Coach Mario Todaro's Mermen to a fifth place in the Districts and a fourth in the States. Lanny attained the State 150-yard individual medley title, breaking the State record in that event, and finished third in the 50-yard freestyle. Steve Fisher gained second place honors in the diving event. BOYS' SWIMMING: Front Row: M. Todaro, coach, H. Aubrey, P. Koshgerian, J. Scott, B. Ritchie, D. Cava, B. MacDonald, B. Lambert. Back Row: S. Fisher, B. Moore, R. Miller, R. DeBeer, P. Chalfont, L. Reppert, R. Campana. mill' Rifles, Targets, High Scores .TM-A l RIFLE TEAM J England B Reese P Hanson D Rex E McClatchey V Gambol A Fueld B Wells E Fuhrmann B Bourland K Kyle C Mat smger RIFLE TEAM Bulls Eye! Upper Darbys preclsuon marksmen shot theur Wmchester 52 rifles through thelr fourth undefeated season un the past flve years Together with Mr Charles L Wood and Mr James H Schall coaches the Nlmrods practiced every school day of the week In the match at Hull School U D s champlonshup team set a new record eleven perfect targets out of twelve surpassing the old mark of elght perfect targets out of ten ln the Quakertown match Charles Matslnger captaun and recuplent of the Most Valuable Player Award placed second Ken Kyle led the team with a 99 6 average followed closely by Bull Bourland Charles Matslnger Carl Albrecht and Phul Hansen all of whom averaged 99 or better Upper Darbys PIAA Dlstrlct 'l Champlons also flred against the Ephrata Hugh School nfle team In pursuit of the Eastern Region Finals Champlonshup EYES ON the target Phll Hansen Charles Matslnger Bull Reese Bonner Interboro Yeadon West Catholic Lower Menon Bonner Interboro RIFLE SCHEDULE Gnd -hm England 99' Nady to Shoo' as Douglas Rt' Elhel FOUR MEMBERS of the team Phul Hanson Charles Matslnger Ethel McClatchey Carl Albrecht and Bull Lawrence look on Mcclcnhey and Blu Reese shoot as Ca ' Opponent 4 rl Albrecht spots Gloves, Diamonds, Shutouts Ii ll . l -' Y ,L K , - .415 35553-ff! ' Q - , 1 ,I . nvsii b,l1'l,L .'g n - -.-ffm ' - f'L,,g':-. -f -'-"W an x B' 'asset .2 1 f--. . "-an y I -V " .- f. ' r' r it 5' L 'N K 7 11 if Mf g' i k' 3 ,l ' f' ' ' B 'Z . ff' ' . B 'f"171.---- 'H Wifi.. I 5 , ' """ ' ' L 5 .. . X x 0 W.. .- at- 5 wh . Q ,BA , ,i,,,g,L.givg.W: Nw - fm. 1 A 'L .W - . LM Q . V ' I ',.,..,o . An, affair- , , -.. 7 A ,ff-.1 '.y ,--'.:.q.,.,.- h 1 K I nl- H V X. f I Q 1 . 'k.,,3- ja? - 'riisfv ...fliifs ' e ,V g i 'N ,zttir-'T ,h 4044-V gg-.. ., I 'CV V .K ,ggi b 15,3 - ,A A we . M . LV -A i kg ff, . A 'Hs ' WJ' 'X , MZWEZJLZV .:s" fT" "'Ev 2,35 , . . , - ,,.,g,L.,g'y,., -. , . . 1 . . - .r f -f - f 1 5.1.1. L Mg lr ii" WITH A strike-out in mind Spike Vilotti winds 1 up. A , .. .,,.. ..., . e - , if yyf ws x ,-:,f..,'s,,, KX'-X, 2 A W Q' u GET IT over the plate!" says batter, Jimmy Balk. U.D. MAN gets on first with a single. JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL Ridley Township Abington Chester Ridley Township Yeadon Chester Harriton Harriton Plymouth Whitemarsh Plymouth Whitemarsh Norristown Norristown Lower Merion Lower Merion Haverford Haverford Lansdowne Cheltenham Cheltenham Abington B Hadle P Isard P Kutt M Asteris, C Coffman, T Doughty, J.V. BASEBALL "Strike three-you're outl" exclaimed the man in blue as Junior Varsity baseball pitchers, fanned their first two oppon- ents, Ridley Township and Chester. Mr. Robert Leslie, head coach, molded the squad from one hundred and twenty-five aspiring candidates. Practice sessions were held early in March in the gymnasium, and, with the coming of clear weather, the boys trained vigorously on the diamond in pre- paration for the 1959 season. Though the season was newly born, Mr. Leslie anticipated a winning year for the squad. The team consists entirely of sophomores, however, it showed promise because of the core of experienced players from Drexel Hill and Beverly Hills Junior High School. J.V. BASEBALL: Top Row: P. Toll, G. Bennyhoft, B. Campbell, R. Race, T. Wadleigh, H. Aubrey, C. Fleming, J. Boghosian, J. Schulz, L. Paradise, B. Young. Middle Row: K. Algozy, H. Siegle, J. Dote, L. Ferguson, A. Christine, J. Shepley, A. Oakie, D. Day, B. Sarkisian, F. Dolo, B. Rushton, S. Field. Bottom Row: . , . , . , . ' . . S. Yowell, K. Cardone, B. Pearson, J. Gundy. 1 lf ""E 'Z' 'ie I-U ' Il , ' .- -- P 1 . 'H' xx la' if , 1' , .TB 104 V' , I , .se 4,--M The Men Who Made VARSITY BASEBALI. First Row C Oakley G Bradley J Boohor D Costello J Wnesmger J C Day H Knouer R Campana G Levenbach Second Row R Underwood R Bowers G Stahl D Phillips D Roye J Bulk D Walmsley L Mlchettn H Wilson C Vulottn Third Row Mr Thompson W Moulder B Campbell K Glazuer T Qunrk B Matthews W Shnsler H Rezer B Hohner N Feldman Mr Soscia 'K' J, ... 6 J VARSITY BASEBALL In the spring a young man s fancy lightly turns to thought of baseball! Early In March one hundred and sixty three boys reported for the first practice xiii QA wfifaf i T233 w e HEAD COACH Carson Thomp ION ASSISTANT COACH Lewis Socna for two weeks and tryouts every day during Easter vacation the squad was cut to approximately thirty members Accordmg to Mr Carson Thompson head coach and Mr Lewis Socua assistant coach the team s bug gest drawback was nts mexperlence Dave Roye captam was the only returning regular This year emphasis was placed on the safety of all team members After four years of intensive re search Mr Thompson developed a lightweight plastic safety cap which the boys wore throughout the entire game Patent pending these caps are now used by all suburban teams and the Pittsburgh Pirates 5 , T-Rl f . ,S E l L . .K 'xxx-' . 'N , I K X X - . . f ' X I L, 'S . : ' : . , .l l , . , . , . ' ' ' , . . , . I , . - , . V . : . , . , . , . , . , . ' , . , . , . , . . : . , . , . , . , . , . , . ', . , . , . , . . ,.. 9 F N 4-4 .S A I I Q ! j 1 rg I , . . L ,-I . , . My X , . saga ff ' 1 A ii" J - ' - . ff ' 'f session of the season. After practice in the gymnasium Hg As'g. g . , - 1 " ' V Wi ne we -s't .-sg' I 1 'mv u r, i fgznf l , ' 7 . . 1 I . . . , . - ' I I ' n . I ov- ' ' K I , . w K ' . I l I8 the Diamond Sparkle "M W'E5'NGE' "'C"" SPIKE Vll0TTl P-fd-es nos WASEKANES bm nov uuosnwoon mud. VARSITY BASEBALL Rldley Townshup Chester Yeadon Harrlton Plymouth Whitemarsh Nomstown Lower Menon Haverford Lansdowne Cheltenham Abmgton Radley Townshnp Chester Harriton Plymouth Whitemarsh Norristown Lower Merion Haverford Cheltenham Abington AGAINST HARRITON on Upper Darby player beats out a close call at first base UPPER DARBY'S Howard Stahl as almost caught off base l l9 O , . . . . Practicing Good Sportsmanship 'if 3631. il ,kitty . fa L 3' ,425 2 as Q 'F' F 3- if 4 at V .., ' l . , Q Q p Q H CO Front Row: M. Gehris, D. Gaver, J. Miller, M. Heagy, N. Jackson, S. Williams, G. Saunders, K. Jamison, J. Arbuckle. Back Row: L. Rose, K. Rickerts G. Manweller, B. Mcllwain, R. Drews, L. Kruger, M. Layton, A. Brooker, A.Davidson, D. Regester, R. Ormsby, N. Taylor, M. Donalson. Radnor Norristown Lansdown-Aldan Cheltenham Lower Merion Haverford Springfield Abington GIRLS' TENNIS U.D 2 4 3 3 3 5 4 3 Opponent 3 'I 2 2 2 O 'l 2 GIRLS' TENNIS Volley, rally, fault, double fault, and deuce are terms familiar to the Girls Tennis team members. "Practice today, ladies!" are well-known words from Miss Barbara Reimann, coach, at the start of each practice session of the season. Early in March, forty-six girls appeared for practice: and through the ladder elimination system, each netgal challenged the player above her in hope of obtaining a varsity or iunior varsity position. The two squads consisted of three singles and two doubles teams comprising a total of seven members per group. Returning varsity players Ann Davidson, Marion Layton, and Ruth Ormsby contributed enormously to the team because of their previous experience. SHOWING HER unique follow-through, Marian MARION LAYTON awaits the ball as Ann Brooker finishes a forehand drive. lqyfgn smash, gh, ball oy., gh, ngf, with Victory as the Net Result VARSITY TENNIS: Front Row: W. Bast, D. Latella, A. I.undgren,M. Danenbau-m, J. Wickersham, K. Rutty, T. Tucker. Back Row: Mr. McConnell, J. Yalles, J. Balis, J. Fishman, M. Case, R. Weintraub, Mr. Jackson. BOYS' TENNIS TEAM As early as March, Netmen began hours of laps, calisthe- nics, rope iumping, and regular tennis warmups in preparation for nine scheduled matches and district and state champion- ship meets. Coach Ralph G. McConnell built his team around three returning letter winners-Marshall Case, senior captain, and John Balis and Roy Weintraub, iuniors. With the help of eight experienced men, Coach McConnell expected to better the squad's 1958 record of 4 wins and 4 losses. The squad started toward their goal in the first match on April 'I3 against Radnor on Radnor's courts. Team mem- bers culminated their drive in competition against Abington, one of the most challenging league opponents, on May 'll on the Upper Darby courts. BOYS TENNIS SCHEDULE U.D. Opponent Radnor 1 4 Norristown 3 2 Lansdowne-Aldon 5 0 Cheltenham 0 5 Lower Merion 0 5 Haverford 4 1 Springfield 5 0 Abington 2 3 District Doubles Championship at Norristown State Singles and Doubles at State University. wma Hrs eye on the ball, Roy weinmwb pre- rumsHAu cAsE backstrokes his way to ROY WEINTRAUB skillfully pores G serve ww pores for a backhand return. victory. the net. Gaming Dzstmctzon by TRACK TEAM Fronf Row R. Thorpe G Cooke J Shlvely B Lltes J Taylor S Stentz A Carafndes J Fnes J Rnccl T Cahnll K Tremble A Lawley Second Row J Clarke G Catanua B Spencer J Croce W Wutman T Bonner J Reed J Barnes T LaBarca D Johnson T Kelly J Penrod Tlurd Row R Cova J McCoy J Roberts J Sherman P Schoff C Wellman G DeIRossn R Greene R Emery R Hummel G Keane Fourth Row S Searles O Chnstensen T Mentzer K. Kutler N Raupp W Adler T McCracken D Chnstmzuano R Lawer M Lynch Last Row R Van Dyke R Corey J Rem H Emery A Gellert L Manzl R. Borkalow W Goldman .,,-'ff-f JOHN TAYLOR clears has mark TRACK In the first seasonal clash Upper Darbys Cundermen out pointed Lower Menon thus endung Lower Menon s forty seven meet wmmng streak Through rigorous trammg sessions early In March the squad overcame mlurues and a weakness In distance runnlng Mr HaroldJ Thompson coach, stated that Greg Cooke, captain and hurdler, Bull Lltes semor shotputter and valuable sophomore talent formed the basis of a promls mg team HEADING TOWARD vuctor John Taylor leaps the hugh hurdles LEADING THE way to the finish Ilne Bob Thorpe plcks up speed Y l22 ' U e e 9 . : ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. . :. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. . :. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,.Y. :. ,. ,. , ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. . :. ,. ,. ,. 1- 1- I 1- - K : 'Nl ,I Q-....,,,,,mAMN '1 T I y ,. I N .... , ' . I ue 1 as o fl . -:',,4.. , ' I . . . , I I 1 -A I I I D Leaps and Bounds at - 'Q CROSSING THE finlsh lme John Rlccu wma for Upper Darby TRACK SCHEDULE Lower Menon Norrlstown Abington Lower Menon Relay Harrlton Penn Relays Haverford Delco Championship Suburban Championship Streamline at Chester Chester Dlstrlct Championships at Norrlstown State Meet 4 . ' wi' X I 1 ..L.. l :HJ HEAVING THE lovelm Jerry LaBarcu adds a 'Few more points to U D s score UPPER DARBY men hold first and second place leaving Lower Menon for behmd 'N an-sr. UP AND over I8 Ken Kutler s motto ALMOST BUT not qulte as Ken Kutler attempts the hugh lump 123 l . . I . . . i . . I . . .I . . V e e . I . . 1 . KM Yi.. : ,.,,-vxgmxw I 1 1 - , . ll U ' . . , Q Q, -' A A , W E r ., , 4, K I ' ev ., A? 1 ', A Q . V fi """"' .K -.,. .. Q' - " , . I ' a a ' I . .. Racquet Squads .iffy sassy'-Safe-f ith 'rv' Front Row J Centolla B Pnast K Kohn L Reppert M Artm G Egan B Stark L Dawson LMeseant J Davus L Messunger B Rauch Second Row S Rushton J Burns D Kayat: P Duxon K DlSalvador J Walls A Navello J DnStefano C Yerger S Nlclzerson K Shuts M Keefer Back Row M Troxler J Keller D Bnggs K Nuelsen M Bowers B Dolan D Klssmger C Connet C Mayer J llI'll'lICk P Phllllps M Glassman J ONellI D MacKeever M Collnns M Smith R Urblno J Miller J Cocon C Be LACROSSE 1959 SCHEDULE Harnton Marple Newtown Plymouth Whntemarsh Haverford Frlends Select Penn Crest Nether Providence LACROSSE Lacrosse has the dlstmctnon of belng the newest addltlon to Upper Darbys sprung sports schedule As thus recently formed team began its first season un organized play, ninety flve gurls appeared for practnce After cuts, Mlss Elnzabeth Wllllams, coach, announced that fifty flve members were to be subdivided into three teams The squad and their appomted captam, Lots Dawson, played flrst teams of schools wuth newly organlzed lacrosse groups, whlle the second and thlrd squads matched less experienced school teams Seven Lacrosse Club members returned this year to lead practice sesslons CEIL YERGER tights to take the ball from her opponent. A JUMBLE of sticks as Pris Dixon and Judy Walls try for the ball. l24 Racket Makers X If fx Tj Q Q13- CHEERLEADING CAPTAIN Sandy Hudson CHEERLEADERS FORM a pyramId ElaIne Femstem Ann Brooker Katl Shute Candy packs pep for Purple and Gold DavIs Marge TomasIan and JUdI Vasquez on the bottom Ellen Thorne Patty Lynch and Terry Tanseer In the mIddle and Sandy Hudson at the top CHEERLEADING Movvng to the rhythm of Go Team Go U D Cheerleaders played a malor role In contrIbutIng to team spIrIt Each cheerleader galned a posItIon on the squad on the basIs of cheerleadIng abIlIty pep and smIle lnnovatIons on the 58 59 squad Included new brIght gold megaphones and lIght weIght sweat ers An added attractIon to the cheerleadIng squad thIs year was SIX year old Suzy DIel the new mascot Mr Charles M Brooke and Joan ThIel advIsed and managed the nIne gIrls as they InspIred spIrIt at football hockey and basketball games sports as semblIes songs and cheers contests and May Day Sandy Hudson captaIn and member of the cheer leadIng squad for five years announced that the tradItIonal cheer The Old FIght had been changed to The New Flght In VIEW of IncreasIng spIrIt through out the school vw- Gm? Q2 Sli 'cp- 421.2 CHEERLEADING SQUAD A Brooker E FeInsteIn M TomasIan J Davls S Hudson J Vasquez E Thorn P Lynch T Tanseer K Shute 4 "iyft 5 V , . Q15 fs, - '-Q Miss Ruth M Bassett Supervisors at SENIOR ADVISER Always willing to lend an ear to seniors problems Miss Ruth M Bassett adviser, will be remembered for her cheerful smile deep under standing and sincere advice Tackling numer ous lobs with enthusiasm she faithfully attend ed executive committee meetings chaperoned dances and Interviewed a hundred students concerning Drexel Test results Although very busy as school librarian she constantly gave her time and energy to all class functions Miss Bassetts mam extracurricular activity is Y . -Q- ASSISTING FRAN Brown Miss Bassett goes over College Board literature. travel which has led her from the East Coast to the West Coast through Canada and south to Florida An alumna of Upper Darby and the University of Pennsylvania she now serves as five year president of her class at the Umver SI In connection with her three years as adviser Miss Bassett comments I consider the class of 59 outstanding an scholarship personality and co operation and my association with at has been Interesting and pleasurable MISS BASSETT helps John Ricci check out a book X the I nterchange Mr Chelsey Remley ADVISER CLASS OF 7959 Mr Chelsey Remley advlser served as a leader a father and a policeman to the class of 1959 and through hus conscuentnous work he galned the respect of the class Supervlslng decoratuons for dances unter vlewlng boys with falling grades and glvmg sound advice where needed were some of hns duties He contmually strove to advance the standing of the semor class In addntlon to has work as adviser Mr Remley ' 3 mi :M mmm um I I m 03 Z teaches classes ln agriculture Several years ago he collaborated wlth Mr Harer In the wrmng of a blology workbook whlch as stnll used In many schools At home has hobbles Include pamtmg and refimsh mg and his famnly conslders hum an all round handyman An achve member of Broad Street Methodlst Church Mr Remley has taught Sunday School there for over twenty years He also serves as a captam un the commumty Cancer Drnves EXPl.AlNING BASIC tractor types, Mr. Remley uses visual DICK CLARK is welcomed by Mr. Remley and Ron 0lClS- Caponigro. Mam O fzce lv .M " 99 at as -14'-.Q J' SENIOR CLASS omcers Duck Harootuntan treasurer Linda Kr umboldt hlstorlan Greg Cooke vlce president John Shlvely SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Presldmg over executnve meetmgs decoratmg for dances and conducting assemblies were lobs of senior class president John Shnvely As treasurer John handled the returns of the sophomore magazine campaign Elected to the presldency un hrs lunlor year, he repre sented the class nn Student Council Gregory Cooke assisted as vuce president officiating at executive meetings durmg John s absence and man aglng busmess at hand Ann Scott, class secretary, took roll and mmutes at executnve commnttee meetings and sent cards to suck students Richard Harootuman, class treasurer managed flnan cual matters lncludlng the collectlon of dues and the allottlng of funds for dances Class hlstorlan, Linda Krumboldt kept a scrapbook composed of newspaper artucles and miscellaneous photographs of class 0CflVIlIeS l3O o the Super Highway 1' QQ: I 1 T? F7 5-A C7 SENIOR EXECUTIVE Committee members Front Row Trudy Raupp Rose Consalvo Jean Mayer Joyce Frltsch Fran Brown Sec ond Row Elaine Henderson Carol Lodge Joni DeGeorge Lois Haegley Debbie Director Sue Thomas Last Row Jack Gilles pie Tom Mulholland Jack McMurray Richard Schumacher Greg Cooke John Shlvely Dick Harootunlan SENIOR EXEC UTIVES If senior year is a busy time for seniors, It IS doubly so for members of the Senior Executive Committee Under the guidance of class advisers Miss Ruth Bassett and Mr. Chelsey Remley homeroom representatives met in room 260 each Monday morning to plan class func- tions. ln the hands of the executives lay the decisions for such things as the senior play program cover, the title and theme of the senior final and the senior class s gift to the school. Executives relayed information con- cerning the meetings back to individual homerooms and called for volunteers for class committees thus keeping the unity of the class intact. The time and effort put forth by the executive members resulted in the smooth functioning of senior class proiects. 131 Nt xll ffa X ,?:J i inni- These Honors Won SERVICE AWARD WINNERS Every year the semor class elects sux outstandlng students three gurls and three boys to have thelr names engraved on the Servlce Plaque Thus year the Service Award wunners were Gall Clark Lmda Krumboldt Elaane Peterson Robert Donovan Hugo Flnarelll and John Shlvely Gall Clark 1959 May Queen was elected vlce president of her class for two years and presndent of Student Council thus year Elalne Peterson one of the top ten seniors scholastlcally served as class secretary In her sophomore year and president of Girls HI Y thus year Lmda Krumboldt class hustorlan for three years was class secretary In her lumor year co captann of the hockey team this year and one of the May Queens attendants Robert Donovan Dlstrlct I wrestling champion held a posutlon on the Hu Q team and was a National Merut finalust Hugo Flnarellu edutor ln chief of The Acorn also partuclpated nn Hu Q matches and was a Natuonal Merlt flnallst John Shlvely class president for two years was a member of the wrestllng team and a National Mernt tlnalnst SERVICE AWARDS Gall Clark Elaune Peterson Lmda Krumboldt Robert Donovan John Shwely Hugo Fmarelh 2 o o 1 X I 1 I A I I I I ' I I Q . - . . 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I : ' , ' , ' , , 1 - For Jobs Well Done maid' -Wm! 5:22:11 I-111 IIQIQ l-Q21 i-111 ' at SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS Front Row Emlly Maxwell Elarne Peterson Lmda Krumboldt Wllla Davls Wanda Bachman Ruth Cohen Back Row Paul Moyer Charles Jones John Shlvely Hugo Fmarelll SCHOLARSHIP AWARD WINNERS Since 1933 a speclal trlbute has been paid to these who rank at the top of the senior class scholastlcally Because of an early OAK deadline sux students at the top scholastucally could not be announced however the top ten could be named Wanda Bachman National Merlt finalist acted as treasurer of Thesplans and H1 Q team member Clerk of Thesplans Ruth Cohen was also a National Merit tlnalust Willa Davls Thesplan recordma secretary was a member of Girls HIY Hugo Fmarellu filled the posts of Editor In Chnef of THE ACORN and HI Q team member News editor of THE ACORN Charles Jones also served as Hr Q team member Lmda Krumboldt class hustorlan co captauned the Varsity Hockey Team Emlly Maxwell worked as copy editor of THE OAK and as a HI Y gurl Another National Merlt finalist, Paul Moyer, captamed members of the Leaders' Group Elaine Peterson presided at Gnrl's Hu Y meetungs and was also an OAK staft member Class President for two years, John Shuvely was a member of both the wrestllng and the track teams V33 K, 7177 cfs 7- Z' 29 f l 1 A 'K t 4 AC. gi 1' '. 5 . . . I' E. 4 A t' - A Q . A W 4 ng Q U 4 f V l T A j i Aslls A j my . f I . I X ' . I f . I , ' X T lllll-E . . ' 1 . . ' A - 1 , A 1 T . - - . ,Q - . . I .1 fl ll .' . . q jglf I Q Mosf Popular John Shlvely Gall Clark ' NUURWIKE SENIOR PLAZA Mosf Likely To Succeed Paul Moyer Suzy Krauss 'l""il' Mggf Tqlenfed Hardesf Workers Les Adams Sandy Aronof? Hugo Fmarellu Elame Peterson 134 ll W ,, f 5 7 V s A , . N! X 4 Q -," rx: " rf '- , . 3, . ,LH' '- -. -s . I' 3 s J Q y Q , A n 4 L ,r 5 I f if 4' , f ' .A i A F 1 r 'zz' xl! ja , . 's ws ' f ,. as f1QUS4Qj sr, 4 ,P t - ,U 1 A ' Q ' I , - W, . . NR! Q ,s f, , i ' ', Tj- , I gui, i hhon QQMYQ FOR 1959 NH? f IT T1 W, LDLRS BOULEVARL Did The Mos! For The School Mos? Versuhle Gall Clark John Shnvely Greg Cooke Lunda Krumboldf Frlendlled Besf Afhlefes Bob Henderson Ann Scott Bull Lntes Loss Haegley 135 ? vii 'UA 'nZn , , e,o' Q in o Tim A n -lip? h k ,,e e he PE.:-,ence SENIOR PLAZA 'N 'H if -5 -.1-vi' Besl Personahiy Mos? Dlgmfied Bob Henderson Ann Scot? Kent Bull Wnlla Davis Q WY WAY V N Wrmesf Peppresf Ruth Swan Bob Matthews Jud: Vasquez Pete Chalfant 136 W IQ H 5 ' " , f ' ""f 1 DNN-I1t'?w'4 ? b W., J lfiivxv li qv 'V Q - Q , rx". L - 3 FA ,. f. -:1', "'f, ' , .. ' hu f X. If T ,V 1 A . J 'I '.?', - .Q Q 5 if I 1 S+ A I E 0 - JI QQ 'li t lr if A VvM-,g 8 0 . 'ij V, FOR 1959 Best Looking Phil Weiss Beisy Marian A RACE H L., 'efxdf IQQQQN 'avi Cufesi Couple Steve Sfentz -Wd' VGSQUGI MUD Mosf Typical Teenager 59-if DGHCBFS Sandy Hudson Bob Donovan zmfl 50'-1'-'ln Jock McMurray A :V A , e 3 - ,, e ' ',-YY :Hn ! I gr-v , .3 "A, 3 ' '- 1 ' A 3 Je A - fi "'j??l71,. ' e , 7 1 a ya , fl . ,,,""" 1 .n-41' , gl V - SJ 'M ' Ye L - ' we A Nw Q , ' eq 3 V 1 137 Donald Leslie Adams 4339 Woodland Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School: Leaders 2, Gym Aid 4, Honor Roll 2, 3, All School Show Cast 3, 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3, Dance Com- mittee 3, Senior Quartet 3, 4. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4, A Cagpella "A" 3, President 4, Choral Club Executive ommittee 4, Hi-Y 3, Vice President 4, Steel Pier Frolic Committee 3, 4. Susan Kay Aldridge 957 Cobbs Street Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-Class: Dance Committee 4. Clubs: Choral 4, French 3. Richard Adler 537 Millbanlr Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: Band 2, 3, 4, Or- chestra 2, 3, 4, ACORN Reporter 3, 4, ACORN Editorial Board 4, German Prize 2, National Merit Scholarship Semi-finalist 4. Class: OAK Photog- raphic Staff 2, 3, Editor 4, Play Photographer 4. Clubs: German 3, 4, Musical Masterpieces 3, 4. loan Marie Anderson 1208 Bryan Street Drexel Hill COMMERCIAL - PURPLE-School: A.A. Council 2, Publications Agent 3. Class: Homeroom Color Cap- tan 2, Dance Committee 4. Clubs: Choral 2, Bowl- Louis Andreoli, lr. ing 3. xii? Maurice Paul Andrlen 32 Uverhill Road Upper Darby 253 Bayard Road UPDBF Uafhy SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School: ACORN Reporter 4. Clubs: Hi-Y 4, Bowling 2. Sports: lunior Varsity Baseball 2. Beginning to build for life's super highway Vincent Anthony Angelo 141 Houston Road Lansdowne ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: Gym Aid 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 4, Executive Com- mittee 3, Dance Committee 2, 4. Clubs: French 2. Sports: Varsity Football 4. Arthur Chester Archer, Ill 965 Fairfax Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: A. A. Salesman 3. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4, Cappella "B" 3, Choral Club Executive Committee 4, Visual Aides 2. Sports: Junior Varsity Cross Country 2, 3, Track 2, 3. Alexandra Aronofl 1019 Keystone Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: Publications Agent 2, All School Show Production 2, All School Show Cast 3, 4, National Thespian Society 2, 3, Clerk 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4. Class: Play Cast 3, 4. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4, A Capella "B" 3, A Capella "A" 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, French 4, Musical Masterpieces 3, Vice-President 4, Library 3, 4. Brenda Lynne Baker 6831 Radbourne Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: All School Show Production 2, 3, Class: Play Usher 2, Executive Committee 2, Party Committee Z, Dance Com- mittee 4. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4, A Cappella "B" 3, 4, Spanish 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4. Wanda Louise Bachman 503 Montana Avenue Clifton Heights ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: UPI-DAH Literary Staff 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Leaders'2, Honor Roll 2, 3, French Prize 2, French ll Prize 3, English Xl Prize 3, National Thespian Society 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Hi-Q team 4. Class: Play Cast 3, 4, Commencement Usher 3, Clubs: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, Latin 2, French 3, 4, Library 2, 3, 4, Se""'a'v 2, President 3, 4, Tay Wistalvan 2, 3, 4, Choral 2. lohn Joseph Baldassarre 739 Lindale Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD Entered October 1957 Clubs: World Affairs Forum 4, Spanish 3, 4. James Bernard Balk 101 Ashton Road U per Darb ll J SCIENTIFIC - PURPLEAports: Junior Varsity Base- ball 2, Varsity Baseball 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 4. James Roger Banninger 833 Anderson Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-SCIIDDI: All School Show C851 2, 3, Gym Aid 3. Eugene Anthony Barblere Richard Hay Barkalow 237 Owen Avenue Lansdowne 246 Bridge Street Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-Clubs: First Aid 2. SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: Leaders 2, Purple Thomas Joseph Bannar 313 Boro Road Primos ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: All School Show Cast 2. Class, Homeroom Color Captain 3. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4, A Capella "A", 3, 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Soccer 2, Varsity Soccer 3, 4. Charles Anderson Banta 414 Alexander Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE-Class: Homeroom Color Cap- tain 4. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4, A Capella "B" 3, A Capella "A" 4, Spanish 2. and Gold Spelling Contest 3. Clubs: Leewenhoek 2 3, 4, Latin 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4. We asked, "How shall we build the Road?" 714 Blythe Avenue ACADEMIC - PURPLE-Clubs Patricia Ann Barrie 6986 Aberdeen Road Upper Darby SALESMANSHIP - PURPLE Aubrey Louis Bates, Jr. 213 Le Carra Drive Lansdowne SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School, ACORN Photogra- phic Staff 2, 3, 4, Leaders 3, Captain 4, ACORN Reporter 3, 4, German Newspaper Editor 3. Class: OAK Photographic Staff 2, 3, 4. Clubs, Musical Masterpieces 3, 4, Steinmetz 3, Secretary, Treas- urer, Historian 4, German 3, 4. Alan Jay Barr Robert John Barr Drexel Hill 233 LeCarra Drive Lansdowne Rifle 4, Visual Aids 2. GENERAL - GOLD Elizabeth Myra Bassell 108 Harvin Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS - GOLD William Edward Battista 448 Copley Road Upper Darby GENERAL - GOLD-Class: Dance Committee 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Cross Country 2. 3, Track 2. all l39 Francis Richard Bauer 551 Timberlake Road Upper Darby AC DEMIC - PURPLE-School: Gym Aid 3. Clubs: C al 2: Spanish 2. Sports: Junior Varsity Wrest- Jill Phyllis Bauer 602 Maine Avenue Aldan STENOGRAPHIC - GOLD-School: Student Council 2. Class: Dance Committee 3. Clubs: Choral 3, 4. Louise Ann Baxter 227 Wiltshire Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: Publications Agent 2: A. A. Salesman 2. Class: Dance Committee 3, 4: Party Committee 2. Clubs: Hippocrates 3. Gerald Kenneth Bayne 726 Blythe Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE .I-f i- C i-fa fi ' 'bil Michael John Becker 454 Childs Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-Clubs: German 3. Sports: Junior Varsity Soccer 2: Varsity Soccer 3, 4: Track 340 Springton Road Upper Darby Walter Dudley Beddall GENERAL - PURPLE To our question, the English teacher replied, David Earl Berkowitz 116 Pilgrim Lane Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School: All School Show Pro- duction 2, 3, 4: Gym Aid 4. Club: Visual Aids 2. Judith Elaine Benson Barry Lee Berger 3196 Woodland Avenue Drexel Hill 508 Larchwood Avenue Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC - GOLD-Aichool: Gym Aid 3: ACORN ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: .Student Council 4: Art Staff 4. Clubs: Bowling 4. Sports: Varsity Swim- Gym Aid 3. Class: Dance Committee 4. Clubs: ming 2, 3, Captain 4, World Affairs Forum 3: Beaux Arts 4. Sports. iUlil'l05 Vgrsity Basketball 2, 3: Junior Varsity Base a , . Suzanne Elizabeth Beseras 3835 Anne Street Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC - PURPLE-School: UPI-DAH Lit- erary Staff 3. Clubs: Bowling 3. Robert William Beseth 109 Normandy Road Upper Darby GENERAL - PURPLE-School: Gym Aid 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Football 2: Varsity Football -3, 4: Junior Varsity Wrestling 2, 3: Varsity Wrestling 4. Carol Corrinne Bishop 309 Maple Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: A.A. Salesman 2: Publications. Agent 3. Class: Dance Committee 3, 4. Clubs: Hippocrates 3: Bowling 3, President 4: Vazsity :Bowling Team 3, 4: Steel Pier Frolic Com- mi ee . Joyce Helen Blades 529 Littlecroft Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School, Publications Busi- ness Staff 2, All School Show Production 2, 3. Class, Play Usher 2, Party Committee 2, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4. Clubs, Choral 2, 3, 4, A Cap- pella "B" 3, 4, First Aid and Social Service 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Hippocrates 3, 4, Spanish 3, 4. Joann Dorothy Blumenthal 606 Wynnhrook Road Secane GENERAL BUSINESS - GOLD 'waz .,.,, 5 if Lance Dennis Bleakley 2501 Garrett Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School, Band 2, 3, 4, Orches- tra 2, 3, 4. John Findley Boohar 201 East Township Line Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: Gym Aid 3, Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, All School Show Cast 2, 3, 4, Amplification Crew 3, 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Baseball 2, Varsity Baseball 3, 4. .ss ' Av' Alma Rozzina Boquin Bruce Bottomley, Jr. 420 Kent Road Upper Darby 227 Heather Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School, Color Guard 3, 4. SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School, Publications Agent Class, Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3, 4, Dance 4, Gym Aid 4, Welfare Agent 2. Committee 4. Clubs: Spanish 2, Corresponding Secretary 3, President 4. "Life's Highway must communicate effectively William Henry Bourland 453 Windermere Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD Entered September 1958 Clubs, French 4, Rifle 4. Sports: Rifle 4. Rowland Thatcher Bowers, lll B22 Blythe Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: Student Council 2, 3, Welfare Agent 4, Gym Aid 3. Class: Executive Committee 2, Homeroom Color Captain 2. Clubs, Choral 2, 3, 4, A Cappella "A" 4. Sports, Junior Varsity Basketball 3, Varsity Basketball 2, 4, Jun- ior Varsity Baseball 2, Junior Varsity Soccer 2, Varsity Soccer 3. Margaret Jean Breidling 1006 Woodside Avenue Secane ACADEMIC - GOLD-School, Publications Business Staff 3, Assistant Manager 4, Leaders 2, Gym Aid 3. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, Dance Com- mittee 2, 3, 4. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, A Cappella "B" 3, Vice President 3, Spanish 2, 3, Historian 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Pep 4. Sports: Hockey Numerals 3. Lillie Anita Broadbent 212 Chapman Avenue Lansdowne STENOGRAPHIC - PURPLE-Club, Choral 2, 3. Mitchell Lewis Bricker 7212 Sellers Avenue 'Upper Darby ACADEMIC - PURPLE-Sports: Rifle 2. Robert James Brock 144 Normandy Road Upper Darby ACCOUNTING - GOLD Bonnie Brooks 125 South State Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC - PURPLE-School: Color Guard 2, 3, 45 Welfare Agent 2. Clubs: Choral 2, 35 Bowling 4. Frances Elizabeth Brown 3765 Highland Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School: Leaders 2, Recording Secretary 3, Executive Secretary 45 French I Prize 35 Honor Roll 2, 3. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 45 Play Usher 3, 45 Commencement Usher 35 Ex- ecutive Committee 2, 45 Dance Committee 2, 3, 45 Party Committee 2. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 45 A Cap- pella "B" 35 A Cappella "A" 45 First Aid and Social Service 3, President 45 Hi-Y'3, 4. AJR 1 Suzanne Mary Brosman 719 Windermere Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: UPI-DAH Art Staff 2. Gaza Elizabeth Brown 4702 Woodland Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: Publications Busi- ness Staff 45 Publications Agent 4. Class: Dance Committee 35 Party Committee 2. Clubs: Choral 2, 35 Bowling 45 F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 Library 3. Judith Ann Brown Mitchell Powell Brown Rllad Upper Darby AVENUE DTEXBI GENERAL BUSINESS - corp-school: orchestra 2, SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: Gym Aid 4. Sports: Junior Cross Country Manager 2. Widen your Road by reading great booksg Allen William Brutsche 219 Chapman Avenue Lansdowne SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School: Gym Aid 45 Band 25 Sports: Junior Varsity Wrestling 2. J. Kent Bull 214 Barrington Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: Band 2, 3, 45 Orches- tra 2, 3, 45 Distinguished Honor Roll 25 Leaders 25 Captain 35 ACORN Reporter 35 ACORN Boy's Sports Editor 45 A.A. Council 45 Freedom Shrine Contest Winner 2. Class: Play Usher 2, 3. Clubs: Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Latin 2, 35 Musical Masterpieces 2, 35 World Affairs Forum 35 Treasurer 45 Chess 2, 35 Vice President 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Baseball Man- ager 2, 35 Varsity Baseball Manager 3. Robert Pearson Brown Barbara Ann Bruckner 73 Sprrngton Road Upper Darby 5241 Oleander Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-Sports: Junior Varsity Base- ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: Leaders 2, 35 Publica- ball 2, tions Agent 3. Class: Party Committee 25 Dance Committee 3. Clubs: Choral 2, 35 A Cappella "B" 35 F.T.A. 25 Steel Pier Frolic Committee 2. Gloria Lorraine Buckwalter 1205 Wilson Drive Llanarch Hills STENOGRAPHIC - PURPLE-School: Welfare Agent 2. Christopher John Burke 635 Drexel Avenue Drexel Hill GENERAL - PURPLE-Sports: Junior Varsity Basket- ball 2, 35 Varsity Basketball 4. 1 Robert Dean Buscaglia 2207 Bond Avenue Drexel Hill ACCOUNTING - GOLD-School: A.A. Salesman 2,.4: Publications Agent 2, 4: Gym Aid 2, 3, 4.. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 4: Dance Committee 2. Edward Albert Callahan 7325 West Chester Pike Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFT - GOLD 4: Riding 2, 3: Bowling 4. Jack Thomas Buttimer 3212 School Lane Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: Band 2, 3, 4: 0r- chestra 3, 4: Gym Aid 3. Class: Commencement Usher 3. Sports: Junior Varsity Baseball Manager 2: Varsity Baseball Manager 4. Stephen Joseph Callahan 802 Eaton Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD Susan Carol Cammack Frederick Cammarota 442 Gainesboro Road Drexel Hill 213 Copley Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-Class: Homeroom Secretary GENERAL - PURPLE 4: Play Usher 3, 4. Clubs: French 3, Treasurer Deepening it with thoughtful understanding. Ricardo Campana 323 Drexel Court Apartments Drexel Hill GENERAL - GOLD-School: All School Show Cast 4: A.A. Salesman 2. Class: Homeroom Color Cap- tain 2: Class Color Captain 2: Dance Committee 2, 3. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: A Cappella "B" 2: A Cap- pella "A" 3, 4: World Affairs Forum 4: Pep 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Football 2: Varsity Football 3, 4: Junior Varsity Wrestling 2: Varsity Swimming 4: Varsity Baseball 3, 4: Basketball Numerals 2, 3. Clementine Mary Campisi 351 Margate Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: UPI-DAH Art Staff 3: Publications Agent 2: All School Show Cast 4: National Thespian Apprentice 2: Gym Aid 4: Purple and Gold Spelling Contest 3: Color Guard 2, 3, 4: A.A. Salesman 3. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3: Dance Committee 2, 3: Party Committee 2: Homeroom Secretary 3. Clubs: Beaux Arts 3: Choral 3: Hippocrates 2, 3. Sports: Hockey Numerals 3. Marguerite Canakis 15 Wellington Road Upper Darby gTE4N0GRAPHIC - GOLD-Clubs: Choral 3: Bowling Evangelos Paul Carafides 242 Highland Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: Gym Aid 2. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3, 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Cross Country 3: Track 2, 3, 4. ,xx Elizabethann S. Capman 707 Mason Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: Gym Aid 4: Elizabeth B. Kingsley Art Award 2: UPI-DAH Art Staff 2,4. Class: OAK Art Staff 4: Play Committee 3, 4: Party Committee 2: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4. Clubs: F T A 2, 3, 4: Hippocrates 2: Beaux Arts 2, 3. Anthony John Carney 171 North Carol Boulevard Upper Darby COMMERCIAL - GOLD I43 4 Marshal Taylor Case 822 Morgan Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School, UPI-DAH Art Staff 3, Editor 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Leaders 2, 3, Captain 4, A.A. Council 3, 4, Honor Roll 2, 3, Publications Agent 2. Class, Commencement Usher 3, Commencement Orchestra 2, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Color Captain 2, Homeroom Treasurer 3. Clubs, French 4, Rifle 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4. Sports, Tennis 2, 3, Captain 4, Rifle 2, 3, Tennis Numerals 3. Madeline Amilia Celentino 311 Avon Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS - PURPLE-Club, Choral 3. Richard William Cava 1 4201 Cedar Lane Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-Sports, Varsity Swimming 4. loyce Susan Centola 166 0verhilI Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC - PURPLE-School, Honor Roll 2, Student Council 2, 3, Student Council Executive .Committee 3, Gym Aid 4, Leaders 2. Class, Home- r m r am 4- Class Part 2 Dance Com- Roy William Chadwick 624 Childs Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School, Student Council 3. Lucille Ann Chalfant 2231 Harwood Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School, Welfare Agent 2, 4. Clubs, Choral 2, 3, First Aid and Social Service 3, 4, Hippocrates 3, 4, Library 2, 3, 4. Build on the philosophies of those grecit me Peter William Chalfant 941 Harper Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School, All School Show Cast 4, Gym Aid 3, Band 3, 4. Class, Homeroom Color Captain 3, Dance Committee 3, 4, Executive Com- mittee 3. Cluhs, Swimming 3, Rifle 2, World Affairs Forum 4. Sports, Junior Varsity Cross Country 3, Track 3, Varsity Swimming 4. Earl Richardson Childs . 71 South Harwood Avenue Upper Darby COMMERCIAL - GOLD-School, Band 2, 3, 4. Club, Visual Aid 2, 3, 4. oo Colo Capt ' , y , gnttee 4. Clubs, Rifle 2, Hippocrates 3, Choral 2, I1 Anna Marie Cicchini 7189 Ruskin Lane Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC - GOLD-School, Publications Typ- ing Staff 4, Publications Agent 2, Welfare Agent 2, Attendance Office Aid 4. Class, Dance Com- mittee 2, 3. Club, Choral 2, 3. Margaret Anne Clancey 1005 Concord Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-School, Publications Agent 3. glass, Dance Committee 3. Clubs, Choral 4, French Marie Ann Cimini 5137 Bond Avenue Drexel Hill COMMERCIAL - PURPLE-School, Publications Typ- ing Staff 4. Class, Homeroom Color Captain 3, Dance Committee 4. Club, Choral 2, 3. Gail Irene Clapper S128 Pontiac Road Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC - GOLD-School, Gym Aid 4, Pub- lications Typing Staff 4. Class, Homeroom Color Captain 2, Dance Committee 4. Club, Choral 2, 3. Gail Wirth Clark 3012 School Lane Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: Student Council 3, President 4: Elmira College Key Award 3: Leaders' Group Citizenship Award 3. Class: Vice President 2, 3: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Class Color Cap- tain 2: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Commencement Usher 3. Clubs: F.T.A. 2: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Hockey Manager 2: Varsity Hockey Manager 3, 4. James lohn Clarke, Jr. 420 Blythe Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2. Club: Rifle 2. Sports: Junior Varsity Wrestling 2: Junior Cross Country 3: Varsity Cross Country 4: Track 3, 4. 4 -if? Marguerite Marie Clark 314 Clearbrook Avenue Lansdowne ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: Leaders 2: Publica- tions Agent 3. Class: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee 2: Play Usher 4: Play Committee 4. Clubs: Library 2, 3, 4: Bowling 4: Choral 4: Steel Pier Frolic Committee 4. Mary Margaret Clemson 2261 Harwood Avenue Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS - PURPLE Entered September 1957 William Taylor Cloak Margaret Jane Clothier 6947 GlIilf0rd Road Ullllel' Uafllll 322 Lakeview Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: Gym Aid 3: Welfare ACADEMIC -GOLD-School: Welfare Agent 3. Class: Agent 3. Dance Committee 4. Clubs: Choral 2: F.T.A. 3, 4: French 2: Spanish 4. Who have traveled well through their lives." Ruth, Beth Cohen 7100 Locust Street Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: National Thespian 2, 3, Sargeant-At-Arms 4: Library Aid 2, 3, 4: Pub- lications Business Staff 2: Publications Agent 2, 3: Leaders 2: Welfare Agent 3: All School Show Production 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 2, 3. Class: Dance Committee 2, 3: Commencement Usher 3: Play Cast 3, 4, Student Director 4. Clubs: Library 2, 3, 4: French 2, 3: F.T.A. 2, 3: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Choral 2. Ann Carolyn Collemacine 5167 Gramercy Drive Clifton Heights DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION - PURPLE-Clubs: Dis- tributive Education 4, Secretary 4. Marguerite Ruth Cocoa Diane Collins Cocco 7100 Penarth Avenue Upper Darby 615 Wynnbrook Road Secane ACADEMIC - GOLD COMMERCIAL - GOLD Entered February 1959 3 twigs Joseph Guy Colclough 4041 Dayton Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: A.A. Salesman 2, 4. Class: Magazine Campaign Chairman 2: Home- room Color Captain 4: Dance Committee 4. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: A Cappella "B" 3: A Cappella "A" 4. Edith Norcross Compton 370 AVCI1 Road UPIIBI' Darby DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION - GOLD-Club: Dis- tributive Education 4. il 4 1 4 Patricia Ann Condon 5226 Westbrook Drive Clifton Heights DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION - GOLD-School: Pub- lications Agent 4: Welfare Agent 2. Class: Home- room Color Captain 3. Cluh: Distributive Educa- tion 4. Marie Baker Connet D-23 Hazarth Apt. State Road Upper Darby COMMERCIAL - PURPLE-School: Welfare Agent 2: Publications Agent 4: All School Show Cast 2, 4. Class: Dance Committee 2, 3: Play Committee 4. Club: Choral 2, 3. Sports: Hockey Numerals 3: Junior Varsity Swimming 3: Varsity Swimming 4. Lois Victoria Conley 1201 Wilde Avenue Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC - PURPLE-Club: Choral 3. Rose Marie Consalvo 940 Mansion Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: Publications Business Staff 2, 3: General Business Manager 4: Leaders 3, 4. Class: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Play Cast 3: Play Committee 4: Executive Committee 4: Play Usher 4. Clubs: Tay Wistalvan 3, 4: F.T.A. 3: Hi-Y 4: French 4: Choral 2, 3: A Cappella "B" 3: Steel Qum- Ethel Elizabeth Cooke 817 Stanbridge Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: Gym Aid 4: Honor Roll 2, 3. Class: OAK Literary Staff 3, 4: Dance Com- mittee 3. Clubs: Choral 2: French 2: Hippocrates 3: Bowling 4. Pier Frolic Committee 4. Gregory Charles Cooke 029 Roberts Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: Student Council 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Executive Committee 4: All School Show 3, 4: Honor Roll 3: A.A. Council 2, 4. Class: Vice President 4: Executive Committee 3, 4: Home- room Color Captain 3, 4: Class Color Captain 4: Senior Quartet 3, 4. Clubs: Hi-Y 4: Choral 2, 3, Vice President 4: A Cappella "A" 3, 4: Steel Pier Frolic Cast 3, 4. Sports: Varsity Football 2, 4 co- captain 4, Most Valuable Player 4, Player of the Year Award 4: Varsity Track 2, 3, 4. Teachers of history and the humanitarians Sharon Dae Cox 805 Terwood Road Drexel Hill Gretchen Elizabeth Craig SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: Welfare Agent 4: 944 Edmonds Avenue Drexel Hill GENERAL - GOLD-School: Welfare Agent 3. Club: Choral 3. All School Show Cast 4: Gym Aid 4. Class: Dance Committee 3, 4. Patrick Dennis Crane 143 South Keystone Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: Welfare Agent 4. Class: Dance Committee 4: Homeroom Color Captain 3. Club: Choral 4. Sports: Iunior Varsity Cross Coun- try 3, 4: Baseball Numerals 3, Captain. Wendy Ann Curto 941 Mansion Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE Entered December 1957 School: Honor Roll 3. Clubs: French 3 4- A Ca I , D' pella 2: Bowling 3, 4. 46 lohn Victor Cuesta 116 Terrace Avenue ltirklyn GENERAL - PURPLE Marie Francis Daddona 300 Westbrook Drive Clifton Heights ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: Welfare Agent 4: National Thespian Society Apprentice 4. Class: Dance Committee 4: Play Committee 4. Clubs: Choral 3, 4: Steel Pier Frolic Committee 4: F.T.A. 2: Bowling 4. Daniel Harold Danforth 420 Wilde Avenue Drexel Hill GENERAL - PURPLE Ruth S. Davidson 7205 Sellers Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: Gym Aid 4: Wel- fare Agent 3. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3, 4: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Play Committee 3. Clubs: Hippocrates 3, 4: FTA 2. Sports: Junior Varsity Basketball 3: Varsity Basketball 4: Bas- ketball Numerals 3. Ann Natalie Davidson 4326 Woodland Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD- School: Honor Roll 2: Elizabeth B. Kingsley Art Award 2. Class: OAK Art Staff 4: Dance Committee 4. Sports: Tennis Numerals 3: Junior Varsity Tennis 2: Varsity Tennis 3, 4. Sheila Davis 721 Windermere Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-Clubs: FTA 2: Choral 2: 2 Cappella "B" 3: A Cappella "A" 4: Thespians 2, 3 r "ri: WZ E Wilhelmina Howard Chandler Davis 2809 Hillcrest Road Drexel Park ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: National Thespian Society 2, 3: Secretary 4: Leaders 2: Welfare Agent 2: Welfare Board 4: Biology Prize 2: Latin Ill Prize 3: French ll Prize 3: Distinguished Honor Roll 2: Honor Roll 3. Class: Play Cast 3, 4: Party Committee 2: Dance Committee 3: Commencement Usher 3. Clubs: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Latin 2, 3, 4: Tay Wistalvin 2, 3, 4: French 3: Vice President 4: Library 4, Vice President 4. past lights the Virginia Jeannette Deaver 911 Burmont Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: Welfare Agent 2: All School Show Production 3: National Thespian Society 4. Class: OAK Literary Staff 3, 4: Party Committee 2: Dance Committee 3, 4: Play Com- mittee 3, 4: Play Usher 4. Clubs: Choral 3, 4: A Caippella "B" 4: Steel Pier Frolic Committee 4: F. .A. 2, 3, 4: Bowling 4. Deherah Anne Day 3206 Township Line Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: AA Salesman 3, 4: Publications Agent 3, 4: Honor Roll 2: Gym Aid 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4: Dance Com- mittee 2, 3, 4: Play Committee 3, 4: Party Com- mittee 2. Clubs: Choral 3, 4: A Cappella "B" 4: F.T.A. 3, 4: Hippocrates 3, 4. Sports: Hockey Nu- merals 3. present, builds a future Roy Alan DeBeer 4031 Albemarle Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School: Purple and Gold Spelling Contest 2: ACORN Art Staff 4: Student Council 2, 4:-Leaders 2: National Thespian Society Apprentice 2, 3, 4. Class: Play Cast 3, 4: Dance Committee 2, 3: Executive Committee 3. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4: A Cappella "A" 3, 4: Treasurer 4: Leuwenhoek. Sports: Homeroom In- tramural Basketball: Wrestling Manager 2: Swim- ming 3, 4. Ioan Rita DeGeorge 901 Burmont Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: ACORN Reporter 2, 3: Leaders 2, 3: Welfare Agent 3. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Executive Committee 4: Dance Committee 2: Party Committee 2: Play Committee 4. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: A Cappella "B" 3: A Cap- pella "A" 4: Tay Wistalvan 4. Sports: Basketball Numerals 4. Frank James DeMarco 3947 Dennison -Avenue Upper Darby GENERAL - GOLD-Sports: Baseball Numerals 3. Noel Joseph DeMann 1224 Belrield Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: Band Z, 3, 4: Or- chestra 2, 3. Class: Dance Committee 2, 3. Clubs: Rifle 3: Bowling 4. James DeMetriou 519 Harper Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-Club: French 2. Sports: Track 2. I47 Norma Elizabeth Dennis 6641 Church Lane Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC - PURPLE-School: Publications Typing Staff 4, President 45 ACORN Editorial Board 4, Secretary 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3. Deborah Gail Director 5115 Bond Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School: Purple and Gold Spell- ing Contest 35 Welfare Agent 35 Leaders 4. Class: OAK Literary Staff 3, 45 Play Committee 45 Play Usher 45 Executive Committee 45 Dance Com- mittee 2, 4. Clubs: Hippocrates 25 First Aid and Social Service 35 Secretary-Treasurer 4. Mary Elizabeth Anne DePiano 223 Richield Road Upper Darby COMMERCIAL - PURPLE-School: All School Show ast 4. Ffallk DUICB 1005 Beltield Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE Robert lames Donovan 1109 Mansion Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School: Student Council 4, Student Council Executive Committee 45 Hi O Team 45 American History Prize 35 ACORN Reporter 35 Gym Aid 25 National Merit Scholarship Semi-FinaI- ist 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3, 45 Com- mencement Usher 3g Dance Committee 2, 3, 45 Party Committee 2. Clubs: Spanish 25 Hi-Y 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Cross Country 2, 35 Junior gagsitz Wrestling 25 Varsity Wrestling 3, 45 Track Carolyn Donzantr B18 Wynnbrook Road Secane STENOGRAPHIC - GOLD-School: Publications Typ- ing Staff 45 Welfare Agent 45 Publications Agent 25 Attendance Office Aid 45 Commercial Office Sec- retary 4. Class: Homeroom Secretary 4. Clubs: Bowling Team 35 Bowling 3. Blueprint to understand your fellow men, John Frank D'0razio George David Dorman 2319 Bond Avenue Drexel Hill GENERAL - GOLD-School: Gym Aid 2, 3, 4. 436 Long Lane Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS - PURPLE Nancy loan Dotti 702 Hazel Avenue Bywood COMMERCIAL - GOLD Entered February 1959 Club: Choral 4. lohn James Dunleavy 115 South Keystone Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: Gym Aid 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3, 4. Sports: Junior Var- sity Football 2. Donald Kenneth Drumheller 113 Anderson Avenue Drexel Hill GENERAL - GOLD Patricia Ann Edinger 5208 Palmers Mill Road Westbrook Park DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION - PURPLE-Class: Bulle- tin Board Committee 3. Club: Distributive Educa- tion 4. Annetta Yvonne Egan 230 South Cedar Lane Highland Park STENOGRAPHIC - PURPLE-School: Welfare Agent 3: Library Aid 3: Purple and Gold Public Speaking Contest 3: Typing Staff 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Dance Committee 3, Clubs: Riding 3: F. . . . La Valle Paul Ellis 1131 Myrtlewood Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - GOLD Entered March 1958 Gail Ann Elllredge 3213 Albemarle Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: Gym Aid 4: A A Sales- man 4. Class: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Homeroom Color Captain 4. Clubs: Bowling 4: Choral 2, 3: A Cappella "B" 3. Sue Ellen Englar 1029 Bryan Street UFBXBI Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: Publications Agent 4: Welfare Agent 2, 3: Gym Aid 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Play Committee 4: Party Committee 2. Clubs: Choral 2, 3: F.T.A. 2: Hippocrates 2, 3, 4. Kenneth Lee Epstein 7264 Calvin Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School: National Thespian Society 4: Honor Roll 2, 3. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3: Play Cast 3, 4: Dance Committee 4. Club: Swimming 3. Sports: Junior Varsity Cross Country 2, 3: Track 3, 4. Stephen Arter Evans 210 Glendale Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: Band 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 2, 3: Orchestra 3, 4: All School Show Cast 3, 4: Gym Aid 3, 4: Leaders 2: Hi-Q Team 4: ACORN Reporter 4: National Thespian Society 4. Class: Play Cast 3, 4. Clubs: Hi-Y 3, 4: Chess 2, 3, Presi- client 42: Chess Team 4: Bowling 3: German 4: atin . No man is an island, but part of the main" 'Q ,735 Elizabeth Ann Farrell 1200 Wilson Drive Upper Darby GENERAL - GOLD-School: Publications Agent 3, 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3. Club: Choral Vincent Albert Fedell 120 South Lynn Boulevard Highland Park GENERAL - GOLD Patricia Anne Fenstermacher 5212 0Ieander Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: Leaders 2, 3: Gym Aid 3: Distinguished Honor Roll 3: Honor Roll 2: Publications Agent 2, 3: National Thespian Society 3, 4. Class: OAK Literary Staff 3: Dance Committee 2,1 3: Homeroom Color Captain 3, 4: Party Com- mittee 2: Commencement Usher 3: Play Director 3, 4: Homeroom Secretary 3, 4. Clubs: Choral 3: Leeuwenhoek 2: Sergeant-at-arms 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: F.T.A. 2, 3. Sports: Hockey Numerals 3: Junior Varsity Basketball Manager 3: Varsity Basketball Manager 4. Harry Miller Ferrier 609 Maine Avenue Clifton Heights SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE William Edward Ferguson 928 Burmont Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: Gym Aid 4. Class: Class Color Captain 2: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3. Club: Downbeat Society 4. Sports: Intramural Softball Umpire 2: Basketball Numerals 2: Varsity gasllietball 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball Referee lohn Grant Field 4030 Berry Avenue Drexel Hill GENERAL - PURPLE I49 Hugo James Finarelli 266 Bayard Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - GOLDAchooI: ACORN Reporter 2, 35 Editor-in-Chief 45 Hi-Q Team 45 Semi-hnalist Na- tional Merit Scholarship 45 Purple and Gold Spell- ing Contest 2, 35 Student Council 45 Publications Agent 35 Leaders 25 Honor Roll 25 Physlc Prize 35 Journalism I Prize 35 Advanced American History Prize 35 ACORN News Bureau 3. Class: Play Cast 35 Dance Committee 35 Commencement Usher 35 Play Usher 4. Clubs: Bowling Team 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Chess 35 45 Library 2. Sports: Junior Varsity Bowl- lng , . Thomas Groom Fisher 600 Turner Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: All School Show Cast 2, 3, 45 Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Gym Aid 3. Clubs: Latin 25 Rifle 2. Charles Laurence Firestine 100 Westdale Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS - GOLD Entered September 1958 Dorothy Louise Fisler 2314 Highland Avenue Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC - GOLD--Club: Choral 3. William Frank Fitzgerald 248 Glendale Road UPIIUI' Derby Ants AND cams - PURPLE Barbara Colville Foley 2434 Garrett Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLDAchool: Student Council 35 A.A. Salesman 25 Publications Agent 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 45 Executive Com- mittee 25 OAK Literary Staff 3, 45 Dance Committee 2, 35 Party Committee 2. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4g A Cappella "B" 35 A Cappella "A" 4g F.T.A. 3, 4. In answer to our question, mathematicians Bruce Crozler Francls Robert Scott Franks 203 Wadas Avenue Upper Darby 108 South Lynn Boulevard Upper Darby GENERAL - GOLD SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-Class: Homeroom Color Entered January 1958 Captain 2. Damaris Gail Frederick 218 Ashby Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: Student Council 2: ACORN Reporter 3, 45 ACORN Art Staff 45 Gym Aid 35 A.A. Salesman 2, 3, 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3, 45 Dance Committee 4. Clubs: F.T.A. 315 ilippocrates 3, 4. Sports: Basketball Numerals Raymond Paul Freeberry 341 Hutnley Road Upper Darby COMMERCIAL - GOLD John Richard Freeberry 341 Huntley Road Upper Darby GENERAL - PURPLE-Sports: Basketball Numerals 4. Leo Boyes Freeman 336 Lakeview Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - .GOLDfSchooI: National Thespian Society 2, 3, Vlce-President 45 Class Play Crews 2, 3, 45 Stage Crew 2, 3, 45 Children's Play Stage Manager 35 Assembly Crew 2, 3, 4. James Leonard Fries 5157 Palmers Mill Road Clifton Heights ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: Gym Aid 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Homeroom Vice-Presi- dent 3. Sports: Junior Varsity Soccer 2: Varsity Soccer 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4. Judith Ann Fritsch 111 Bishop Avenue Clifton Heights STENOGRAPHIC - PURPLE-School: Publications Agent 2, 4: Welfare Agent 2: A.A. Salesman 4: Pub- lications Typing Staff 4: Honor Roll 2. Class: Dance Committee 4: Play Committee 3. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, Associate Secretary 4: A Cappella "B" 3, A Joyce Kathleen Fritsch 111 Bishop Avenue Clifton Heights STENOGRAPHIC - GOLD-School: Publications.Typ- ing Staff 4: A.A. Salesman 3, 4: Elizabeth B. Kings- ley Art Award 2: Gym Aid 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3, 4: Play Usher 4: Flay Committee 4: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Executive Committee 4. Club: Choral 2, 3, 4, A Cappella "B" 3, A Cappella "A" 4, Secretary 4. Constance Helena Fryer 10 Ardsley Road Highland Park SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School: Publications Agent 3: National Thespian Society Apprentice 2, 3, 4. Class: Play Cast 3: Dance Committee 2. Clubs: Hippocrates 2, 3: Bowling 3. 4: F.T.A. 2. Cappella "A" 4: Library 2. e 957 School: Majorettes 3, 4: All School Show Cast 3. Kathleen Ann Gallagher Thomas Vincent Gattone 301 Riverview Avenue 0:-exel Hill 424 Lansdowne Avenue Drexel Hill STENQGRAPHIC . GOLD ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: Band 3, 4: Orchestra 4. Entered Octob r 1 "Survey your Road with accurate measures merals 4. Jeanne Love Geckeler 1113 0Id Lane Street Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC - GOLD-School: ACORN Art Staff 4: UPI-DAH Art Staff 4. Class: Dance Committee 3. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: A Cappella "B" 3: A Cap- pella "A" 4: Beaux Arts 3, 4, Secretary-Vice Presi- dent 3, 4. Alan Cranston Gellert 356 Fairfax Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: National Thespians Society 3, 4: Leaders 2, 3, 4, Recording Executive 3: Honor Roll 2. Class: Play Cast 3, 4. Clubs: Choral 3: Leewenhoek 2, 3: Rifle 2, 3. Susan Houseman Gaul 2440 Mansfield Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: A.A. Salesman 2, 3. Class: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee 2: OAK Literary Staff 3, 4. Clubs: F.T.A. 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: A Cappella "B" 3. Sports: Basketball Nu- William James Gaul 2440 Mansfield Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: Gym Aid 3, 4: Wel- fare Agent 3: A.A. Salesman 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4: Play Cast 3: Dance Committee 2, 3: Party Committee 2. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: A Cappella "B" 3: Rifle 2, 3. Sports: Rifle 3. Mary Jo Geismann 65-2 Drexelhrook Drive Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: Publications Agent 4: Publications Business Staff 3, 4: Student Coun- cil 2: Honor Roll 2. Class: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee 2. Clubs: F.T.A. 2, 3: Tay Wis- galigirrr 4:IHippocrates 2, 3, Secretary 4: Bowling 2, 5 Ola 3. John Edward Gillespie 206 Kent Road ' Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS - GOLD-School: Welfare Agent 3: A.A. Salesman 4: All School Show Cast 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4: Executive Com- mittee 4: Dance Committee 3, 4: Play Committee 4: Play Usher 4. Clubs: Downbeat 4: Spanish 4: World Affairs Forum 4: Pep 4. Sports: Junior Var- sity Cross Country 2: Junior Varsity Basketball 2: Varsity Basketball 3: Basketball Numerals 4. James Alfred Godorecci 239 Huntley Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC - GOLD-Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3. Sports: Bowling Team 2: Basketball Numerals 3: Junior Varsity Basketball 2: Junior Varsity Base- ball 2: Varsity Baseball 3, 4. Robert Goodman 505 Glendale Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS - GOLD ri James Michael Gomes 823 Lindale Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: Publication Agent 4. is Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4. Clubs: Bowling Team 4: Visual Aids 2. ' ff i 2 Richard Charles Gortian 127 Chatham Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - GOLD--School: Gym Aid 2: A.A. Coun- cil 3. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3: Dance Committee 3, 4. Sports: Basketball Numerals 2: Junior Varsity Basketball 2: Varsity Basketball 3, Robert Kent Gougler 113 Sherbrook Boulevard Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS - PURPLE 4: Track 3, 4. Daniel Jerrett Graham 818 Fairfax Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: Publications Agent 4: Welfare Agent 3: School Stage Crew 4: ACORN Reporter 2. Class: Dance Committee 3, 4. Club: Visual2Aid 2. Sports: Junior Varsity Football Man- ager . Accept no hypothesis until finally proved Barbara Ann Griffith Joyce Lillian Graff 1002 Brook Avenue Secane 30 College Avenue Upper Darby COMMERCIAL - GOLD-Club: Choral 3. GENERAL BUSINESS - PURPLE-Club: Choral 2, 3. Catharine Ann Gross 800 Roberts Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: Leaders 2, 3, 4: Publications Agent 2, 3: A.A. Council 3: Gym Aid 3, 4: Honor Roll 2, 3. Class: Executive Committee 2: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, General Chairman 4: Party Committee 2: Play Committee 3: Commence- ment Usher 3. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: A Cappella "B" 3: A Cappella "A" 4: Hippocrates 2, 3, 4: French 4: First Aid and Social Service 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Swimming 3: Varsity Swimming 2, 4. Wendy Jane Guiles 215 Wingate Road Upper Darby COMMERCIAL - GOLD-School: Publications Typing Staff 4: National Thespian Society 3, 4: History Department Secretary 4. Class: Play Committee, Costume Chairman 3, 4: Dance Committee 4. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: A Cappella "B" 3: A Cappella "A" 4. Sandra Lee Guest 1938 Arlington Avenue Highland Park STENOGRAPHIC - PURPLE-School: Gym Aid 4: A.A. Salesman 3. Class: Dance Committee 3: Party Committee 2. Sports: Hockey Numerals 2. Phyllis H. Guttler 742 Lindale Avenue Drexel Hill COMMERCIAL - PURPLE-Club: Choral 3. Lois Gail llaegley 3440 Valley Green Drive Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: ACORN Reporter 4, Publications Agent 4, Welfare Agent 2, 3, Leaders 2, 3, 4, Gym Aid 3, 4, Honor Roll 2, 3. Class: Dance Committee 3, 4, Executive Committee 4. Club: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Hockey 2, Varsity Hockey 3, 4, Junior Varsity Basketball 2, 3, Varsity Basketball 4, Captain 4, Junior Var- sity Tennis 3, Varsity Tennis 4. Henry Walter Hager G25 Ashland Avenue Secane SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: Student Council 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Cross Country 4. Frank Joseph Haelle 4717 Woodland Avenue Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS - GOLD Patricia Ann Haigh 832 Drexel Avenue Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC - PURPLE--Class: Dance Commit- tee 3. Clubs: Choral 2, Bowling 4. we ,,f:Es+ Mary Lucille llaines 7214 Sellers Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: Leaders 2, 3, 4, Cap- tain 3, National Thespian Society 3, 4, Purple and Gold Spelling Contest 2, 3, Publications Agent 4, Honor Roll 2, 3. Class: OAK Literary Staff 3, 4, Homeroom Color Captain 4, Play Committee 3, Dance Committee 3, Commencement Usher 3. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4, A Cappella "B" 3, A Cap- pella "A" 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Latin 2, 3. Harry Robert Hallam 03-4 Ferne Boulevard Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-Sports: Junior Varsity Football 3, Varsity Football 4. All axioms, theorems, laws are our uide osts" Harry John Hanna 7163 Radbourne Road Stonehurst DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION - PURPLE-Club: Distri- butive Education 4. Y Q P Philip Walter Hansen 809 Stanbrldge Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-Class: Homeroom Color Cap- tain 3, 4. Club: Rifle 2, 3, 4. Sports: Rifle Team 2, 3, Captain"4. Dennis George Harding 440 Timberlake Road Upper Darby ACCOUNTING - PURPLE Richard Harootunian 1101 Shadeland Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School A.A. Salesman 2, 3, ACORN Reporter 2, 3, Student Council 2, 3, Lead- ers 2, 3, 4, A.A. Council 4, Library Aid 2, Dis- tinguished Honor Roll 2, Purple and Gold Spelling Contest 2. Class: Class Treasurer 3, 4, Executive Committee 2, 3, 4, Commencement Usher 2, 3, Dance Committee 3, 4, Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3, 4. Club: World Affairs Forum 4. Sports: Soft- ball Numerals 2, 3. 7'- Peter Bowers Harklns 5024 Smithfield Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD- School: Leaders 2, Captain 3, President 4, Student Council 4, Student Council Executive Committee 4. Class: OAK Photographic Staff 2, 3, Commencement Usher 2, 3, Dance Com- mittee 2, 3, 4, Party Committee 2. Clubs: Leewen- hoek 2, 3, President 4, World Affairs Forum 2, 3- Vice President 4, Musical Masterpieces 3, 4 Sports: Tennis Numeral 2, Junior Varsity Tennis 3 v Frederick B. Harris 7105 West Chester Pike Upper Darby GENERAL - PURPLE l53 lohn Alvin Harris 1144 Hollywood Avenue Upper Darby GENERAL - GOLD Dorothy Helen Hayes 159 Powell Lane Upper Darby GENERAL - PURPLE-Class, Dance Committee 4. Clubs: First Aid and Social Service 3, 4, Hippoc- rates 3, Bowling 4, Rifle 2. George Garforth Hattersley 371 Margate Road upper nm, GENERAL - PURPLE Warren loseph Hayes 5256 Reservation Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-Clubs, Musical Masterpieces 3, Vice President 4. Wayne Alan Haywood 921 Burmont Road Drexel Hill GENERAL - GOLD-School, All School Show Pro- duction 2, 3. Bonnie Lou Heal 1044 Morgan Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-School, Welfare Agent 2, 3, Gym Aid 3. Class, Homeroom Color Captain 2, 4, Magazine Campaign Chairman 2, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Party Committee 2. Clubs: F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Hippocrates 2, 3, 4, Bowling 3, Choral 2, 3, Pep 4. The science teacher answered our question Lois lean Heaney Charles Dale Heck 1030 Cobbs Street Drexel Hill 90 Huston Road Lansdowne ACADEMIC - PURPLE-Class, OAK Literary Staff 3, ACCOUNTING - PURPLE-School, Honor Roll 2, 3. 4, Dance Committee 3, Homeroom Color Captain Class: Dance Committee 2. 3. Clubs: F.T.A. 3, Spanish 3, 4, Choral 3, 4, A Cap- pella "B" 4, Downbeat 4, Bowling 4, Beaux Arts 4, Hippocrates 3. I lames William Heddleson Fredericka Louise Hemze 3845 Berkley Avenue Drexel Hill 5249 Dleander Road Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS - GOLD Mary Elaine Henderson 1241 Calvin Road, Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS - GOLD-School, Publications Agent 3. Class, Dance Committee 4, Executive Committee 4. Club: Pep 4. ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School, Leaders 2, 3, Cap- tain 4, Library Aid 3, 4. Class, Executive Committee 3, Homeroom Secretary 4, Commencement Usher 3, Homeroom Color Captain 4, Play Committee 3, Dance Committee 2, 3, Party Committee 2. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4, A Cappella "B" 3, A Cappella "A" '4, German 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4, Musical Masterpieces 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, Presi- dent 4, F.T.A. 3. Robert Trimble Henderson 021 Addingham Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School, A.A. Council 3, Stu- dent Council 2, ACORN Reporter 2, 3, Welfare Agent 2, Leaders 2, Gym Aid 2, 3, A.A. Salesman 3, Publications Agent 3. Class, Commencement Usher 3, Party Committee 2, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Homeroom Color Captain 4. Clubs: Downbeat 3, Choral 2, World Affairs Forum 4, Spanish 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Football 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, Junior Varsity Basketball 2, 3. William Allen Henderson 56 Lamport Road Upper Darby GENERAL - GOLD Richard Raymond Hepford 203 LeCarra Drive Lansdowne GENERAL - PURPLE-Sports: Junior Varsity Wres- tling Manager 3. Lawrence Spaid Henning 474 Fairfax Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD Entered September 1958 School: A.A. Salesman 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4. Robert Edward Herstam 721 Turner Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-Club: Rifle 2. Sports: Varsity Football Manager 3, 4: Track Manager 3. George Raymond Herzog Samuel Robert Hesllp 204 South Madison Avenue Upper Darby 429 Woodclilfe Road Upper Darby GENERAL- PURPLE ACCOUNTING - GOLD "Build your Road on a ounclation of facts. Carroll Ann Hilles 230 South Madison Avenue Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC - GOLD-School: Honor Roll 2: English Prize 2. Class: Homeroom Vice-President 3. Club: Bowling 4. Daniel A. Hoffman 1182 Dermond Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-Class: Homeroom Treasurer 3: Dance Committee 4. Club: Swimming 3. Sports: Junior Varsity Wrestling 2: Varsity Swimming 4. Doris Kathryn Hibbs Norbert G. Hickey 539 Timberlake Road Upper Darby 330 Margate Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School: Band 2, 3, 4: Orches- SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School: Gym Aid 2. Club tra 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 2, 3: Plain Geometry Prize 3. Bowling 2. Sports: Junior Varsity Baseball 2: Class: Dance Committee 4. Clubs: Latin 2: F.T.A. Bowling 2. Charles Fredrick Hoffman 212 Glendale Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School: ACORN Reporter 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Cross Country 2: Junior Var- sity Bowling 3. Donald Wayne Hogg 322 Riverview Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School: Band 2, 3, 4: Gym Aid 4. Club: Dance Committee 4. Class: Bowling 2: Downbeat 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Wrestling 3: Varsity Wrestling 4. 155 lack Hoplamazian 111 Oakley Road Upper Darby GENERAL - PURPLE-Club, Rifle 2. Ruth loan Horvay 340 Edmonds Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: Leaders 2, 3. Class, OAK Art Staff 3, Editor 4, Play Committee 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Chairman 3, Commence- ment Usher 3. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4, Choral Exec- utive Committee 2, A Cappella "B" 3, A Cappella "A" 4, Steel Pier Frolic Committee 3, 4, Hippoc- rates 3, Bowling 3, Tennis 2, 3. Sandra Lee Hudson 525 Netherwood Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School, Publications Business Staff 3, Student Council 3, All School Show Cast 2, 4. Class: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Color Captain 2. Clubs, Choral 2, 3, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Hip- procrates 4. Sports: Cheerleading 2, 3, Captain 4. Nancy Louise Horst 7409 Miller Avenue Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC - PURPLEAchooI, UPI-DAH Art Staff 4, ACORN Editorial Board 4, ACORN Art Staff 4, Editor 4, Gym Aid 4, Library Aid 4, Publications Agent 3, Honor Roll 2, Elizabeth B. Kingsley Award 2, 3, Student Council 3, 4. Class, Executive Com mittee 3, Dance Committee 2, 3, Play Committee 3, 4. Clubs: Beaux Arts 2, President 3, 4, Bowling 3 Dorothy Ella Hoyer 1-D Aronimink Arms Apartments Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-School, Welfare Agent 2, 3 Welfare Board 2 3, Gym Aid 3, 4. Class, OAK Literary Staff 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Play Committee 4. Clubs, Choral 2, 3, 4, A Cappella "B" 3, Steel Pier Frolic Committee 3, 4, F.T.A. 2 3, 4. Sports, Hockey Numerals 3 Priscilla Ruth Humrichouse 3410 Marshall Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-Class: Dance Committee 3 4 Club: Bowling 4. ts Construct your Road well here on Earth lames A. Hunsicker lames Alexander Hunter 5210 Bella Vista Road Drexel Hill 195 Blanchard Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: Student Council 2, Gym Aid 2. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4. Clubs, Downbeat 4, World Affairs Forum 4, Pep 4. Gerhard A. Hutter 46-2 Revere Road Drexel Hill GENERAL - GOLD ACADEMIC - PURPLE Albert Dominic Ioppolo 315 Sanford Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-Class, Dance Committee 3 Sports: Junior Varsity Wrestling 2, 3 Robert Enrico Iovacchini 217 South Fairview Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - GOLD 156 .l,. lil Carol Lynn lackson 715 Central Avenue Pnmos STENOGRAPHIC - GOLD-School, Publications Typ ing Staff 4. Clubs, Bowling 4, Choral 2, 3, 4, A Cappella "B" 3, A Cappella "A" 4 9 Y 1 I I . f , . g. . A. 1:yj,.l" ' 'Q " or , 4 , , .lfi':' Q'1fif' tl - .Nara m , 'ee , X 2 Catherine Marion Jackson 360 Harrison Avenue Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS - PURPLE Robert Gerald Jamison 134 Barrington Road Upper Darby GENERAL - PURPLE-Class: Dance Committee 4. Nancy Anne James 4111 Garrett Road Drexel Hill COMMERCIAL - PURPLE-Club: Choral 3. James William Jerdon 424 South Cedar Lane Highland Park DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION - PURPLE-Club: Distri- butive Education 4. Charles R. Jones, Ill 740 Edmonds Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist 45 Student Council 2, 45 Leaders 25 ACORN Reporter 3, News Editor 4: UPI-DAH Literary Staff 25 Honor Roll 25 Latin ll Prize 25 Algebra ll Prize 25 Advanced American History Prize 35 Geometry Prize 35 Physics Prize 35 Purple and Gold Spelling Contest 35 Hi-Q Team 4. Class: Play Cast 35 Play Usher 45 Commencement Usher 25 OAK Photographic Staff 3. Clubs: Latin 25 Seaman 3, Vice-president 45 Steinmetz 3, 45 Hi-Y Dolores Mae Jones 300 South Fairview Avenue Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS - GOLD Before you try to build it to the Moon Richard John Jones 446 Burnely Lane Drexel Hill DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION - GOLD-Clubs: Distri- butive Education 45 Bowling 2, 3, 4. Arlene Sylvia Kalbach 630 Copley Road Stonehurst STENO RAPHI P RP h a G C - U LE-Sc ool: Public tions Typing Staff 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 45 A Cappella "B" 3, A Cap- pella "A" 45 Bowling 4. Joan Lrllian Kaplan 6018 Clover Lane Upper Darby ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: Leaders 25 Captain 35 Publications Agent 25 A.A. Salesman 25 Welfare Agent 35 Welfare Board 35 Honor Roll 2. Class: OAK Literary Staff 3, 45 Party Committee 25 Dance Com- mittee 3,45 Play Usher 3. Clubs: Leeuwenhoek 2, 35 Spanish 25 F.T.A. 2, 3, Vice President 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, Treasurer 4. Thomas William Kauffman 324 South Carol Boulevard Upper Darby ACADEMIC - PURPLE Arlene E. Karran B14 Shadeland Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: Publications Agent 35 Welfare Agent 25 Elizabeth B. Kingsley Art Award 2. Class: OAK Art Staff 3, 45 Play Com- mittee 3, 45 Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Chairman 3. Clubs: F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 Beaux Arts 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 45 Bowling 35 Steel Pier Frolic Committee 3, 45 Choral 2, 3, 45 A Cappella "B" 35 A Cappella "A" 4. Sports: Soft Ball Numerals 2. Frederick Richard Keagy 7007 Penarth Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC - GOLD-Clubs: Bowling 2, 35 French 2. Sports: Soccer Numerals 3. l 7 James Keating 12 South Carol Boulevard Upper Darby GENERAL - PURPLE Carol Ann Kinney 729 Collenbrook Avenue Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC - PURPLE-School: Gym Aid 3, 45 Welfare Agent 45 Welfare Board 45 Publications Agent 2. Class: OAK Literary Staff 3, 45 Play Usher 35 Party Committee 25 Dance Committee 2, 3, 45 Executive Committee 3. Clubs: Hippocrates 25 F.T.A. 3, 45 Choral 2, 3. Robert Lansing Kerr 4414 Bond Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: ACORN Reporter 45 ACORN Photographic Staff 3, 45 Student Council 4. Class: OAK Photographic Staff 3, 4. Clubs. World Affairs Forum 3, President 45 Chess 3, 45 German 3, 45 Musical Masterpieces 3, 4, President 3, Secre- tary-Treasurer 4. Barbara Evelyn Kinsler 1121 Wilson Drive Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School: ACORN Reporter 2, 35 Staff Secretary 45 All School Show Cast 3, 45 Leaders 25 Purple and Gold Spelling Contest 2, 3. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 35 Dance Com- mittee 2, 3, 4. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 45 A Cappella "B" 3, 45 F.T.A. 2, 35 Hi-Y 45 Tay Wistalvan 3, 45 Library 2. Sports: Hockey Numerals 35 Basketball Carol Ann Kirk 7252 Glen Thorne Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC - GOLD-Club: Choral 2. Numerals 3. Kenneth Walter Krstler 702 Clarendon Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-Class: Homeroom Color Cap- tain 2p Executive Committee 2.nSports: Junior Var- sity Wrestling 2, 3g Varsity Wrestling 4. Latin, French, German, Spanish teachers Dorothea Anne Klaus 1117 Mason Avenue Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC - PURPLE--School: Publications Agent 35 All School Show Production 2, 35 Nation- al Thespians Society 3, 45 Junior Play Production 2. Class: Play Production 3, 4. Club: Bowling 4. Stephen Paul Klekotka 7270 Bradford Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: A.A. Salesman 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4. Club: Bowling S.ISp51r?: Junior Varsity Baseball 25 Varsity Base- a , . Margaret Eleanor Kodadek 7286 Lamport Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC - PURPLE-School: Honor Roll 2. Carole Ann Koshland 913 Alexander Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: Leaders 25 National Thespians Society 2, 3, 45 Gym Aid 3, 45 Publica- tions Agent 35 A.A. Salesman 25 Honor Roll Z5 Welfare Agent 2. Class: Dance Committee 2, 35 Magazine Campaign Chairman 25 Play Usher 35 Homeroom Color Captain 3, 45 Homeroom Secre- tary 2. Clubs: F.T.A. 25 Choral Club 25 French Club 2, 3, Treasurer 35 Spanish Club 4. Sports: Tennis Numerals 2, 3. Richard Coleman Koontz 1112 Edmonds Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: Gym Aid 3. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4. Club: Rifle 2. Joseph Francis Kowal 210 Boro Road Primos GENERAL - GOLD Althea Jane Kramer 712 Harper Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC PURPLE-School, ACORN Art Staff 3, 4, UPI DAH Art Staff 4 Publications Agent 3, Welfare Agent 4 Gym Aid 3 4, Bulletin Board Committee 3 4 Class Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Play Com- mittee 4 Clubs Choral 2, French 2, 3, Bowling 4, Ernest Joseph Krepelka 7262 Pine Street Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - GOLD Linda Urffer Larsh 3421 Plumstead Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC GOLD-School, National Thespian Society Apprentice 3 4, All School Show Crew 3, 4 Gym Aid 4 Class Dance Committee 2- Home- room Color Captain 2 Clubs, First Aid and Social Service 4 Choral 2 3 4, A Cappella "B" 3, Bowl- Alice Elaine Layman 224 South Dermond Road Upper Darby SALESMANSHIP - GOLD Suzanne Krauss 7417 Miller Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School, ACORN Reporter 2, News Bureau 3, Features Editor 4, ACORN Editorial Board 4, Student Council 2, Leaders 2, Distin- guished Honor Rolls, 2, Journalism I Prize 2, Biology Prize 2, Public Speaking I Prize 2, Amer- icanism Award 3, Journalism ll Prize 3, English Xl Prize 3. Class, Executive Committee 3, Dance Com- mittee 2, 3, 4, Play Committee 3, Commencement Usher 3, Play Usher 3, Homeroom Color Captain 2. glubs, Hi-Y 2, 3, Vice President 4, Leeuwenhoek 2, Lois Claire Kruger 4026 SOIIIIIICFS AVBIIUB UTBXBI Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School, Leaders 2, 3, 4, Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, Spanish I Prize 3. Class, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Party Committee 2, Executive Committee 3, Homeroom Color Cap- tain 2, Commencement Usher 3, Play Usher 3, Homeroom Vice President 4, OAK Literary Staff 3, 4. Clubs, Choral 3, F.T.A. 3, 4, Hippocrates 2, 4, gayi Wistalvan 2, 3, 4. Sports, Junior Varsity Tennis Linda Sharon Krumboldt Lois Adele Kunkel 64 Merwood Drive Upper Darby 443 Wilde Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School, Color Guard 2, 3, 4, Gym Aid 3, Leaders 2, Distinguished Honor Roll 2, Honor Roll 3, Advanced Biology Prize 3. Class, Commencement Usher 3, Class Color Captain 3, Class Historian 2, 3, 4, Class Secretary 3, Home- room Color Captain 2, 3, 4, Executive Committee 2, 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Party Committee 2, Play Usher 3, 4. Clubs, Hippocrates 2, 3, Tay Wistalvan 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Choral 3. Sports, Junior Varsity Hockey 3, Varsity Hockey 4, Co-captain 4, Junior Varsity Basketball 3, Varsity Basketball 4. ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School, Band 2, 3, 4. Clubs, Choral 2, 3, 4, A Cappella "B" 3, A Cappella "A" 4, F.T.A. 3, 4. perfect the Road, know other languages. Kenneth William Kyle Robert Alan Lane 2338 Highland Avenue Drevel Hill 524 Spruce Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School, Gym Aid 2, Welfare ACADEMIC - GOLD-School, Band 2, 3. Agent 2 Chills, Rifle 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Latin 2. Sports, Rifle 2, 3, Captain 4. iff. -xx Frances Humes Lawrance 83-5 Ferne Boulevard, Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School, UPI-DAH Lireiary Staff 2, 3, Editor-in-Chief 4, Student Council 4, Publications Agent 3, Leaders 2, Distinguished Honor Roll 3, Class, Executive Committee 2, Party Committee 2, Dance Committee 2, 3, Play Com- mittee 3, Commencement Usher 3. Clubs, F.T.A. 2, 3, Tay Wistalvan 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Library 2, 3, Latin 2, 3. Marlyn Lucile Leaf 216 Avon Road Upper Darby ACCOUNTING - GOLD-Club, Bowling 3, 4. l59 Susan Rebecca Lee 725 Morgan Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: Purple and Gold Spell- ing Contest 2: A.A. Salesman 2, 3. Clubs: Bowling 4, Choral 2, 3. A Herbert Levenbach 316 Lincoln Avenue 'Lansdowne SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: National Thespians Elizabeth Kathryn Leinbach C-221 Stonehurst Court Apartments Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-Clubs: French 2, 3, 4: Bowling 3, 4. Donald Richard Lewis 528 Midvale Road Upper Darby GENERAL - GOLD-School: Band 2, 3, 4. Society Apprentice 3 Senior Play Stage Crew 3. Q Elizabeth Mertle Lewis x S lohn Clark Lewis 9200 West Chester Pike Upper Darby 911 Ormond Avenue Drexel Hill GENERAL - GOLD-Club: Choral 2. ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School. Gym Aid 2: Honor Roll 2. Gnly when words have universal meaning RUIBIIB BBIIE Lichte nfeld 1045 Blythe Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: Gym Aid 2: Honor Staff 4: Publications Agent 2, 3, 4: National Thes- pians Society Apprentice 2, 3. Class: DancevCom- mittee 2, 3, 4. Clubs: Beaux Arts 3, 4: Bowling 3: F.T.A. 2, 3, 4. William Edward Lites 42 South Third Street Fernwood COMMERCIAL - GOLD-School: A.A. Council 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3, 4. Sports: Var- sity Football 2, 3, 4: Co-Captain 4: Track 3, 4: Junior Varsity Wrestling 3: Varsity Wrestling 4: lunior Varsity Basketball 2. George Robert Lobh 939 Stanbridge Road Drexel Hill DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION - GOLD-Club: Distrib- utive Education 4. Carol Ann Lodge 4002 Vernon Road Drexel Hill COMMERCIAL - GOLD-Class: Homeroom Color Cap- tain 2, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Executive Com- mittee 4. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: F.T.A. 4: Bowling 3, Vice President 4. Sidney P. Lockner 4362 Woodland Avenue Drexel Hill SALESMANSHIP - PURPLE-Sports: Junior Varsity Cross Country 2, 4: Basketball Numerals 4. A Thomas Kendall Louderbach 742 Drexel Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: A.A. Salesman 3: Stu- dent Council 2: Gym Aid 2, 3, 4. Class: Dance Com- mittee 2, 3, 4: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3. Clubs: World Affairs Forum 4: Choral 2. Sports: Junior Varsity Football 2: Varsity Football 3, 4: lunior Varsity Basketball 2: Junior Varsity Base- ball 2. 60 Barbara lane Lowry 814 Garrett Road Upper Darby ACADEMIO - PURPLE-School, Student Council 2, 3, Gym Aid 4. Class, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Executive Committwx. Clubs, Choral 2, 3, 4, A Cappella "B" 3, 4, . f. 2. Arthur Gaylord Lyle 241 East Greenwood Avenue Lansdowne GENERAL - GOLD-Sports, Track 3. Charles Andrew Lundgren G30 Beverly Boulevard Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School, Honor Roll 3. Clubs, Chess 3, 4, Downbeat 4. Sports, Tennis Numerals 3. Elaine Patricia Lynch 516 Eaton Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School, A.A. Salesman 2, 3, Publications Business Staff 3, All School Show 4, Gym Aid 3, 4, Honor Roll 2. Class, Homeroom Color Captain 2, 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Executive Committee 3. Clubs, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Choral 2, 3, Hippocrates 4, Pep 4. Sports, Cheerleading 4. I Harold MacDonald Harriet Anne Mack 241 Rocklyn Road Upper Darby 945 Mansion Avenue Drexel llill ACADEMIC - PURPLE-Sports, Junior Varsity Soccer GENERAL - PURPLE-School, National Thespian 2. Society 4, ACORN Art Staff 3. Class, Play Com- mittee 3. Club, Beaux Arts 4. Can rnan travel the Roaclways of Peace Ednalou Craft Macloskey 549 Midvale Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School, National Thesoian Society Apprentice 3, 4. Class, Dance Committee 3. Clubs, Choral 2 3 4- A Ca ella "B" 3- A Ca r r r r ' pella "A" 4, Spanish 2, 3, Musical Masterpieces loseph William MacMinn 217 Ardmore Avenue Upper Darby COMMERCIAL - GOLD loan Paula Majeske 2835 Garrett Road Drexel Hill, ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School, Gym Aid 2. Class, OAK Literary Staff 3, Dance Committee 3, Party Committee 2. Clubs, Choral 2, 3, A Cappella "B" 3, Bowling 4, F.T.A. 4, Hippocrates 4, Tay Wistal- van 4. Sports, Hockey Numerals 3. Diane Louise Manlove 238 West Park Lane Westbrook Park STENOGRAPHIC - GOLD--School: Publications Typ- ing Staff 4, Publications Agent 4, All School Show Cast 2, 3. Class, Homeroom Color Captain 4, Clubs, ghoral 2, 3, Bowling 3, 4, Riding 2, Vice President Roland Mancrll 514 Childs Avenue Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS - GOLD-Club, Bowling Team 4. LHUTCIICC PBICI' MBIIZI 108 Academy Lane Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School, Leaders 2, Honor Roll 2, 3, Public Speaking I Prize 2. Class, Com- mencement Usher 3, Executive Committee 3. Clubs, Hi-Y 3, President 4, Leeuwenhoek 2, 3, Vice Pres- ident 4. Sports, Junior Varsity Cross Country 4. 161 Robert Jay March 714 Clarendon Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: A.A. Salesman 2. Class: Dance Committee 4. Joyce Carol Marlin 7019 Westview Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: A.A. Salesman 2, 3, 45 Student Council 35 All School Show Cast 45 Publications Agent 45 Gym Aid 35 Leaders 2, 3, 45 Honor Roll 3. Class: OAK Literary Staff 3, 45 Dance Committee 2, 35 Homeroom Color Captain 3, 45 Commencement Usher 35 Party Committee 2. Clubs: Hi-Y 3, 45 Leeuwenhoek 2, 35 F.T.A. 2, 3, Treasurer 45 Library 3, Secretary 35 Latin 2. William Joseph Marconi 01 Barbara Road Upper Darby GENERAL - GOLD Entered February 1957 Mary Louise Marple 1706 South State Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: ACORN Reporter 25 News Bureau 3. Class: OAK Literary Staff 3, 45 Dance Committee 2, 3. Clubs: Bowling 45 Downbeat 45 F.T.A. 35 Hippocrates 35 Spanish 2, Secretary 35 Vice President 45 Library 2, 3. Betty Jean Martin 222 Parker Avenue Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS - PURPLE-School: A.A. Sales- man 4g Gym Aid 3, 45 A.A. Council 45 Welfare Agent 2. Class: Executive Committee 25 Dance Committee 2, 3, 45 Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3, 4. Club: Choral 2, 3. Sports: Varsity Hockey 2, 3, Co-captain 45 Junior Varsity Basketball 2, 35 Var- sity Basketball 4. Mary Lynne Martin 4200 Dermond Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: English X Prize 25 ACORN Reporter 25 Publications Agent 35 Honor Roll 35 Student Council 45 Leaders 2. Class: Home- room Color Captain 25 Executive Committee 25 OAK Literary Staff 3, 4, Secretary 3, Editor-in- Chief 4. Clubs: Hippocrates 2, 35 F.T.A. 2, 35 Span- ish 35 Choral 2, 3, 45 A Cappella "B" 35 A Cappella "A" 45 Hi-Y 3, 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Hockey Manager 3. Concerning Roads, the commercial teacher AIIBIB lI'8IlB M3SSllCCl 503 Blythe Avenue Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC - PURPLE-School: History Depart- ment Secretary 45 Publications Typing Staff 4. Class: Play Committee 4, Club: Spanish 2. suggested Charles Michael Matsinger 432 Wilde Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-Clubs: Rifle Club 2, 3, Pres- ident 4. Sports: Rifle Team 2, 13, 4. Robert Paul Matthews 5220 Apache Lane Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: Honor Roll 2, 35 ACORN Reporter 25 All School Show Cast 45 Gym Aid 2, 3. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 35 Dance Committee 2, 3, 45 Party Committee 2. Clubs: World Affairs Forum 45 Spanish 45 Choral 2, 3, President 45 A Cappella "A" 3, Vice President 45 Downbeat 4. Sports: Softball Numerals 35 Jun- ior Varsity Football 25 Varsity Football 3, 45 Junior Varsity Basketball Manager 25 Junior Varsity Base- ball 25 Varsity Baseball 3, 4. Emily Jay Maxwell 1037 Cornell Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: ACORN Reporter 25 Leaders 25 Welfare Agent 2, 45 Welfare Board 2, 45 Gym Aid 3, 45 Honor Roll 25 Distinguished Honor Roll 35 Library Aid 2. Class: Homeroom Color Cap- tain 3g Commencement Usher 35 OAK Literary Staff 3, Copy Editor 45 Dance Committee 2, 3. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 45 A Cappella "B" 3, 45 Bowling 3, 45 Bowling Team 35 First Aid and Social Service 3, 45 Hippocrates 2, 3, President 45 French 3, Secretary 45 Hi-Y 4. Sports: Hockey Numeral 3. Frank Michael Maurer 1003 Primus Avenue Secane DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION - GOLD-Club: Distrib- utive Education 4. Jean Ellen Mayer 109 Alverstone Road Clifton Heights SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School: National Thespian Society 2, 35 Custodian 45 Publications Agent 2, 35 A.A. Salesman 2, 35 All School Show Production 2, 3, 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 25 Play Cast 3, 45 Play Committee 4g Party Committee 25 Dance Committee 2, 35 Commencement Usher 35 Executive Committee 3, 4. Clubs: Choral 35 Hippocrates 25 First Aid and Social Service 3, 45 French 45 Hi-Y 4. 3 Frank Charles Mazzitelli 140 Maplewood Avenue Upper Darby DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION - PURPLE-Club: Dis- tributive Education 4. James William McCIay 7036 Greenwood Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-Club: Rifle 2. Sports: Junior Varsity Baseball 2. Phyllis Joan McFadden 358 Lombardy Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: All School Show Cast Steel Pier Frolic Committee 2. Sports: Hockey 4: Welfare Agent 2: Gym Aid 2. Class: Play Com- mittee 4: OAK Literary 3, 4: Dance Committee 2, 3: Party Committee 2. Clubs: F.T.A. 4: Choral 2, 3: Numerals 3: Basketball Numerals 3, 4. "Build with courtesy, Kathleen Marion McGowan 418 Arlington Avenue Highland Park STENOGRAPHIC - GOLD-School: Publications Typ- ing Staff 4: Student Council 3: Honor Roll 2. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3. Delwin M. McKelvey 246 Westbrook Drive Clifton Heights ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: Gym Aid 3. Class: Dance Committee 3. Clubs: Visual Aids 2, 3, Pres- ident 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Soccer 2, 3. Virginia Barr Meade 327 Dwen Avenue Lansdowne ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: A.A. Salesman 3. Clubs: Bowling 3, Captain 4: F.T.A. 2, 4: Spanish 3. 72 X Linda Lohne McCausland 822 Green Lane Primos SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: A.A. Salesmen 3: Leaders 2, 3: Publications Agent 2, 4. Class: Home- room Color Captain 4: Play Committee 3, 4: Dance Committee 3, 4: Executive Committee 3. Clubs: A Cappella "B" 3, President 4: Choral Executive Committee 2, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: F.T.A. 2: Hi-Y 2, 3, Secretary 4: Tay Wistalven 2, 3, 4: Pep 4: Library 2, Secretary 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Swimming 2, 3: Varsity Swimming 4. Marcia Loane McCIean 743 Morgan Avenue Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC - GOLD-School: Publications Busi- ness Staff 3, Advertising Manager 4. Class: Honor Roll 2, 3. Sue Ann Mcllary 4706 Woodland Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: Gym Aid 4: Leaders 2: A.A. Salesman 2. Class: OAK Literary Staff 3, 4: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3: Play Usher 4: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee 2. Clubs: French 2, 3: Bowling 3, 4: F.T.A. 2: Choral 2: Steel Pier Frolic Committee 2: Riding 2, Secretary 2. accuracy and speed Joyce Irene McKaIe 5204 Palmers Mill Road Clifton Heights GENERAL BUSINESS - GOLD-School: Publications agent 3. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2. Club: horal 3. xi :+A-A f-4253: NX ' Y ' T r Af Jytmf a - . ,, -A John Joseph McMurray 717 Drexel Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: A.A. Council 4: Student Council 2, 3: Gym Aid 3, 4: All School Show Cast 4. Class: Class President 2: Homeroom Color Cap- tain 4: Play Usher 4: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Executive Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee 2: Play Committee 3, 4. Clubs: Downbeat 4: World Affairs Forum 4. Sports: Basketball Numerals 2: Junior Varsity Cross Country 2. Joyce C. Meckling 7281 Spruce Street Upper Darby ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: Publications Business Staff 4: Gym Aid 3, 4. Class: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Sophomore Magazine Campaign Chairman 2. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: A Cappella "B" 3, 4: F.T.A. 3, 4: Hippocrates 4: Rifle 2: Riding 2, Secretary 3: Bowling 3, 4. Carolyn May Miller Regina Catherine Meehan 1 5012 Palmers Mill Road Clifton Heights GENERAL BUSINESS - GOLD Entered September 1958 Vladimir Serge Meshersky 17 Roselawn Avenue Lansdowne SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-Class: Play Cast 3. Club: Chess Team 4. Gu nicnaru Allen Miner f 1142 Cobbs Street Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: Purple and Gold Spell- ing Contest 2. Class: OAK Literary Staff 3, 4: Play Committee 3: Party Committee 2: Dance Com- mittee 2, 3, 4. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: A Cappella "A" 4: Beaux Arts 2, 3, Treasurer 4: Bowling 3, 4: F.T.A. 2, 3, 4: French 2, 3, 4. of lengthy experience, the Music Marilyn Dolores Miller 7257 Bradford Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS - GOLD-Class: Play Committee 3: Dance Committee 3, 4. Clubs: Choral 3: Bowling , 4. 82-2 Ferne Boulevard Drexel Hill GENERAL - GOLD-Sports: Varsity Swimming 4. ,,. Bernard Michael Mills Vx Marcia Elizabeth Miller L loan Elizabeth Meehla 646 Edmonds Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: Welfare Agent 2, 4: Welfare Board 2, 4: A.A. Salesman 2: Leaders 2. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2: Play Committee 3, 4: Party Committee 2: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: A Cappella "B" 3: A Cap- pella "A" 4: Steel Pier Frolic Committee 2, 3, 4: F.T.A. 2, 3, 4: Bowling 3, 4: Rifle 2. Benita Marie Midiri 332 North Oak Avenue Clifton Heights GENERAL BUSINESS - PURPLE-School: All School Show Cast 4. 7763 Wayne Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: Gym Aid 3, 4. Class: Dance Committee 4. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: A Cap- pella "A" 4: F.T.A. 4. Sports: Varsity Basketball 4. Paul David Miller 4 Maplewood Avenue Kirklyn ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: Gym Aid 3, 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Soccer 2, Varsity Soccer 3, 4: Junior Varsity Baseball 2. 7219 Clinton Road Upper Darby 64 GENERAL - PURPLE 7216 West Chester Pike Basketball Numerals 3. master: Albert lason Millis 239 North Linden Avenue Kirklyn SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-Sports: Varsity Football 4. lean Agnes Mink Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC - PURPLE-School: Gym Aid 4: Attendance Office Aid 4. Club: Choral 2, 3. Sports: Lucille Misirian 15 0akIey Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC - GOLD-School, UPI-DAH Art Staff 3, 4, Publications Agent 2, 3, 4. Class, Play Usher 4, OAK Art Staff 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Bulletin Board 2, 3, 4. Clubs, Beaux Arts 3, 4, VicePresident 3, Downbeat 4, Musical Master- pieces 4, World Affairs Forum 4, Pep 4. Sports, Softball Manager 2. Gail Cecelia Morgan 048 Turner Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School, Welfare Agent 2. Clubs, French 2, 3, Beaux Arts 3, 4, German 4. Kenneth Edward Mobley 506 Montana Avenue Aldan SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-Class, Dance Committee 2. Sports, Junior Varsity Cross Country 2, 3, Track 2, 3, Junior Varsity Wrestling 2. John Crossley Morgan 3014 Taylor Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-School, Magazine Campaign Chairman 2. Sports, Junior Varsity Cross Country Dorothy Janet Morrell 4041 Ellendale Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School, Publications Agent 3. Clubs, Hippocrates 3, 4, Choral 3, 4. 2, 3. William Frederick Moses 5020 Marvine Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: Gym Aid 4. Class, Homeroom Color Captain 2, Dance Committee 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Cross Country 2, Junior Var- sity Wrestling 2, 3, Junior Varsity Baseball 2. "Build lightheartedly, rhythmically-with song" Wayne Montgomery Mosher Judith Motes 222 Burmont Road Drexel Hill 319 Edmonds Avenue Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS - PURPLE COMMERCIAL - PURPLE-Club, Pep 4. Paul Robert Moyer 913 Addingham Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School, Student Council 2, Leaders 2, Captain 3, 4, Leaders Award 3, Harvard Club Award 3, ACORN Reporter 4, National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist 4. Class, Dance Com- mittee 2, 3, 4, Play Cast 3, Commencement Usher 2, 3, Homeroom Color Captain 2. Clubs, Hi-Y 2, 3, Treasurer 4, German 3, President 4, Latin 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4, Choral 2. Sports, Junior Varsity Soccer 2, 3, Varsity Soccer 4, Junior Var- sity Baseball 2. Clinton Thomas Mumford 723 Fairfax Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School, Gym Aid 2, 3, 4, All School Show Production 4. Sports: Intramural Baseball Umpire 2. Thomas Richard Mulholland 228 Meadowbrook Avenue Kirklyn ACADEMIC - GOLD-School, All School Show Cast 3, 4, Gym Aid 4, A.A. Salesman 2, Welfare Agent 2. Class, Executive Committee 4, Senior Quartet 3, 4, Dance Committee 4, Play Committee 4. Clubs, Choral 2, 3, 4, A Cappella "A" 3, 4, Choral Club Executive Committee 4. Jo Ann Nallinger 900 Drmond Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School, Leaders 2, Stu- dent Council 4, Fublications Agent 4, Honor Roll 2, 3, Spanish I Prize 3. Class, Homeroom Color Cap- tain 2, OAK Literary Staff 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4,1 Party Committee 2, Play Committee 4. Clubs, Spanish 2, 4, Pep 4, Choral 2, Hippocrates 4. Sports, Basketball Numerals 3. l65 Shirley Ann Neithercott 206 Ardmore Avenue Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC - GOLD-School, Publications Typ- ing Staff 4. Class, Commencement Usher 3, Honor Roll 2, 3. Clubs, Riding 2, Bowling 3, 4. Joanna Lee Dberlander 4041 Dayton Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School, A.A. Salesman 2, 3, Publication Agent 2, 3, 4. Class, OAK Literary Staff 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, Party Committee 2, Play Usher 4. Clubs, F.T.A. 4, Hippocrates 3, Span- ish 3, 4. Charles Bernard Dakley 528 Winfield Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School, Publications Agent 2. Class, Party Committee 2. Clubs, F.T.A. 2, German 2. Sports, Junior Varsity Baseball Manager 2, Var- sity Baseball Manager 4. Dolores Josephine Dffidani 3864 Ann Street Drexel Hill GENERAL - GOLD Home David USSZI' Richard William Dldham 1116 Wilson Drive Upper Darby GENERAL - PURPLE-School, Publication Agent 3, A.A. Salesman 3, Gym Aid 3, 4. Class, Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3, Class Color Captain 3. Clubs, Choral 2, 3, 4, A Cappella "B" 3. Sports, Junior Varsity Basketball 2, 3, Varsity Basketball 4, Basketball Numerals 4. Judith Ann 0'NellI 203 South Lynn Boulevard Highland Park STENOGRAPHIC - GOLD-School, Gym Aid 4, Pub- lications Typing Staff 4. Class, Dance Committee 4. Clubs, Choral 3, 4, A Cappella "B" 4, Assistant Secretary 4, Riding 2, Lacrosse 3. Sports, Junior Varsity Lacrosse 4. economics teacher: "Highways are happy James Lewis Dpenshaw 327 Riverview Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School, Student Council 3, Leaders 2, Band 2, 3, President 4, Honor Roll 2, All School Show Cast 3, 4, District and State Band Representative 4. Class, Dance Committee 4, Home- room Color Captain 3, Play Cast 3. Club: Chess 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4. Barbara Jeanne Drr 384 Bayard Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC - PURPLE-Class, Dance Committee 2. Clubs, Choral 2, Bowling 3. ways Sandra Amelia 0ttaviano 210 Bayard Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School, National Thespian Society 2, 3, 4, National Merit Scholarship Semi- Finalist 4, Stage Crew 2, 3, 4. Class: Play Crew 3, 4. Nina Jean Palmer 4046 Dayton Road Drexel llill ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School, Gym Aid 4. Class, Dance Committee 3, OAK Literary Staff 3, 4. Clubs, Bowling 3, Hippocrates 3, 4, Choral 2, 3, 4, A Cappella "B" 3, A Cappella "A" 4, Steel Pier Frolic Committee 3. 1510 Parkview Road Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS - PURPLE-School, Welfare Agent 4. Martha Jule Paserp G10 Ashland Avenue Secane ACADEMIC - GOLD-School, Gym Aid 3, 4, A.A. Council 4. Club, Bowling 3. Sports, Swimming Manager 2, 3, 4. Theresa Marie Pasquarella 154 North Madison Avenue Upper Darby DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION - PURPLE-Club, Distri- butive Education 4. Laurel Elaine Peterman 542 Netherwood Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: A.A. Salesman 2, Na- tional Thespian Society 2, 3, 4, Publications Agent 4, Welfare Agent 2. Class, Dance Committee 3, Play Committee 3. Clubs: French 2, 4, F.T.A. 2, Choral 2, 3, 4, A Cappella "B" 3, A Cappella "A" 4, Steel Pier Frolic Committee 4. X12 Irene Rae Pernin 103 Kenmore Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC - GOLD-Class: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Party Committee 2. Clubs, Choral 2, 3, 4, A Cappella "B" 3, A Cappella "A" 4, F.T.A. 3, 4. Sports: Basketball Numerals 2. Elaine Mildred Peterson 1000 Agnew Drive Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School, A.A. Salesman 3, Publications Agent 3, Student Council 4, Executive Committee 4, Leaders 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, Welfare Agent 2, French ll Prize 2, Biology Prize 2, Dis- tinguished Honor Roll 2, Honor Roll 3. Class: Class Secretary 2, Homeroom Color Captain 2, 4, Play Usher 3, Play Committee 3, OAK Literary Staff 3, 4, Executive Committee 2, 3, Magazine Campaign Chairman 2, Commencement Usher 3, Dance Com- mittee 2, 3, General Chairman 3. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4, A Cappella "B" 3, A Cappella "A" 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, Hippocrates 2, French 2, Secretary 3, Presi- dent 4. Hi-Y 2, 3, President 4. Sports: Basketball Numerals 3. David Robert Phillips 1027 Providence Road Secane SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School, Student Council 3, 4, Gym Aid 3. Class, Executive Committee 2, Dance Committee 2, 3. Clubs, Hi-Y 3, 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Baseball 2, Varsity Baseball 3, 4. Happy, when they loyce Love Pierce 7070 Veronica Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School, Leaders 2, Gym Aid 4, A.A. Salesman 3, 4. Class, Dance Committee 3, 4, Homeroom Color Captain 4, OAK Literary Staff 3, 4, Play Committee 3. Clubs, Choral 2, 3, A Cappella "B" 3, French 2, Steel Pier Frolic Com- mittee 2, 3, Hippocrates 3, 4, Tay Wistalvan 4, Bowling 4, F.T.A. 3, 4. Patricia Louise Phillips 233 Ashby Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC - GOLD-School, Welfare Agent 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3, Dance Com- mittee 3, 4. Clubs, Choral 4, Steel Pier Frolic Com- mittee 4, Bowling 3, 4, Tennis 2. leacl the way to home Norman Paul Pittinger 239 Powell Lane Upper Darby ACADEMIC - PURPLE-Clubs, Rifle 2, Bowling 3, 4, Latin 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Bowling 3, Varsity Bowling 4. Lois Louise Popok 24 Heather Road Upper Darby GENERAL - GOLD Robert Barry Pounds 4019 Lasher Road Drexel Hill GENERAL - GOLD X. T' ,M 19 Anne Margaret Post 1203 Dermond Road Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS - PURPLE Marjorie lean Powell 370 Childs Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-Class: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Play Committee 3, 4. Clubs, F.T.A. 4, Bowling 2, 4, Choral 2. I6 Diana Evelyn Preda 7126 Pine Street Upper Darby GENERAL BUSINESS - PURPLE Marjorie Cope Priddey 5231 Reservation Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: Leaders 2, 3: Welfare Agent 3: Welfare Board 3. Class: Play Usher 4: OAK Art Staff 3, 4: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Play Committee 3, 4. Clubs: Beaux Arts 2, 3, 4: Bowling 2: F.T.A. 2, 3, 4. Lewis Hall Price 18 Hemlock Road Lansdowne SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: National Thespian Society 3, 4. Class: Play Cast 3: Dance Committee 3. Sports: Wrestling 3, 4. David Arthur Priebe 909 Roberts Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: All School Show Production 3: Gym Aid. Club: Rifle 2. Barbara Ann Priest 1119 Wilson Drive Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC - PURPLE-School: Publications Typing Staff 4. Clubs: Choral 2, 3. Sports: Junior Varsity Hockey 2: Varsity Hockey 3, 4, Most Valuable Player 4. Carol Lee Pyle 337 Shadeland Avenue Drexel Hill GENERAL - GOLD-School: Publications Agent 2, 4, Honor Roll 3: All School Show Production 4: Attendance Office Aid 3, 4. Class: Dance Committee 4: Play Committee 3, 4. AX Build your Road with economy and careg Thomas loseph Duirk 3807 State Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: Publications Agent 3: Welfare Agent 2: Gym Aid 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4: Dance Committee 4. Clubs: Spanish 4: Pep 4. Sports: Varsity Baseball 3, 4. Linda lean Ramer 7266 Spruce Street Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC - PURPLE-School: Gym Aid 3, 4: Honor Roll 2. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3: Dance Committee 3. Clubs: Tennis 2: Choral 3. Barbara lean Rank 237 Copley Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC - GOLD-School: Publications Agent 3: Gym Aid 3, 4: Honor Roll 2: Gym Office Aid 4. Class: Homeroom Secretary 3: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4. Clubs: Choral 3: Hippocrates 2, 3. Charles Raysik 212 Blanchard Road Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS - GOLD Gertrude Carol Raupp 937 Edmonds Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: Leaders 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 2. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 4: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Executive Committee 4. Clubs: A Cappella "B" 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: F.T.A. 2, 3, 4: Hippocrates 2, 3, 4. Carol Elaine Reagoso 817 Burmont Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: A.A. Salesman 2, 3, 4: Publications Agent 2, 4. Class: Executive Com- mittee 2: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 4: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee 2: Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: A Cappella "B" 3, 4. Robert McColly Reber 834 Ormond Avenue Drexel Hill GENERAL - GOLD William Lewis Renn 101 North Carol Boulevard Upper Darby GENERAL - GOLD ,Z Margaret Ann Reilly 22 Wellington Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: Honor Roll 2, All School Show Cast 3, Leaders' 2, ACORN Reporter 3, National Thespian Society Apprentice 2, 3. Class: Magazine Campaign Chairman 2, Party Com- mittee 2, Dance Committee 3, 4, Homeroom Color Captain 4. Clubs: Tay Wistalvan 3, Secretary 4, F.T.A. 3, Secretary 4, Choral 2, 3, 4, A Cappella "B" 3, A Cappella "A" 4, Hi-Y 4, Library 2, Treas- urer 2. Sports: Basketball Numerals 3. Lannette Ainsley Reppert 3300 Highland Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: ACORN Art Staff 4, UPI-DAH Art Staff 3, 4, All School Show Production 3. Class: Bulletin Board 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Play Cast 3. Clubs: Beaux Art 2, 3, 4, Musical Masterpieces 4, La Crosse 3, Choral 2, 3. Sports: Junior Varsity Swimming 2, 3, Varsity Swimming 4, Basketball Numerals 2. Joan Ann Rettew 2219 Ardmore Avenue Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC - PURPLE John Frederick Ricci 2436 Hillcrest Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School: Student Council 3, 4, Gym Aid 3, 4, A.A. Council 4. Class: Dance Com- mittee 3. Sports: Junior Varsity Cross Country 2, Varsity Cross Country 3, Captain 4, Most Valuable Player 4, Junior Varsity Basketball 2, 3, Varsity Basketball 4, Track 2, 3, 4. Remember, family points to perfect life" Alan William Ricketts, Jr. 1245 Cornell Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School: All School Show Cast 2, 3, 4, All School Show Crew 2, 3, 4, Leaders 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Commencement Orchestra 2, 3, Honor Roll 2, 3, Stage Crew 4. Class: Play Usher 4, Dance Com- mittee 2, 3, 4, Assembly Stage Crew 2, 3, 4. Clubs: Latin 2, Steinmetz 3, Vice President 4, Hi-Y 3, Secretary 4. Wayne Paul Rider 4010 Marshall Road Drexel Hill GENERAL - GOLD Virginia Ann Riegel 201 South Fairview Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: All School Show Cast 4, ACORN Reporter 3. Class: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4. Clubs: F.T.A. 3, 4, Hippocrates 3, 4, Choral 2, 3, 4, Librarian 4, A Cappella "B" 3, A Cappella "A" 4, Steel Pier Frolic Committee 2. Michael James Roach 329 Clearbrook Avenue Lansdowne ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: Purple and Gold Spelling Contest 3. Class: Executive Committee 4. Clubs: World Affairs Forum 3, 4, French 3, 4, Latin 2, 3, 4. ZZ Robert Henry Ritchie 20 Heather Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: Gym Aid 2, 4. Class: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Play Committee 4, Home- room Color Captain 3. Clubs: Spanish 4, Swimming 3. Sports: Junior Varsity Wrestling 2, 3, Varsity Swimming 4. Beverly Ann Roberts 18 South Lynn Boulevard Upper Darby ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: Publications Agent 2, 3, 4, A.A. Salesman 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, Leaders 2, 3, 4. Class: OAK Literary Staff 3, 4, Party Committee 2, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Color Captain 4, Play Committee 3, 4. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4, A Cappella "B" 3, A Cappella "A" 4, Steel Pier Frolic Committee 2, 3, 4, Choral Executive Committee 2, Hi-Y 3, 4, Tay Wistalvan 3, 4, Bowling 3, Secretary 4. Sports: Hockey Numerals 3, Varsity Bowling 4. Pamela Lloyd Roberts 4500 Marvine Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE-Class: Dance Committee 4. Clubs: Bowling 4, Musical Masterpieces 4. Irene Lynne Robinson 4029 Redden Road Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC - PURPLE-School: Publications Typ- ing Staff 4, Honor Roll 2, All School Show Cast 2, 3, 4. Class: Executive Committee 3, Play Usher 3, Dance Committee 3, 4. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4, A Cappella "B" 3, A Cappella "A" 4, Assistant Sec- retary 4, Bowling 3, 4. Kendrick A. Robertson 3651 Rosemont Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-Glass: Dance Committee 4. Clubs: Bowling 2, World Aftairs Forum 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Baseball 2. Rosemary Dorothy Rogers 1239 Agnew Drive Drexel .Hill COMMERCIAL - PURPLE-School: A.A. Salesman 2. Clubs: Choral 2, 3. Richard Murray Rolling 237 East Greenwood Avenue Lansdowne ACADEMIC - PURPLE-Class: Homeroom Treasurer ,Z Robert loseph Rolling 237 East Greenwood Avenue Lansdowne. SCIENTIFIC ' GOLD-School: Elizabeth B. Kingsley 4. Clubs: Rifle 2, 3. Art Award 2. Clubs: Rifle 2, 3. The physical education instructor tolcl is 7 9 ,t Gerald Eugene Roma 125 Wellington Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-Clubs: Rifle 2, Bowling 3. Linda Slater Rose 122 Windsor Avenue Highland Park SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School: Leaders 2, 4, Student Council 2, 4, Gym Aid 2, 3, 4, National Thespian Society Apprentice 2, 3, Algebra ll Prize 2, All School Show Cast 4. Class: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Party Committee 2, Play Committee 3, 4, Play Usher 3, Executive Committee 2, 3, Homeroom Color Captain 3. Clubs: Bowling 3, 4, Tay Wistalvan 4. Sports: Basketball Numerals 4, Junior Varsity Tennis Manager 2, 3, Varsity Tennis Manager 4. Melvin Harris Rosen 714 Derwyn Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: Gym Aid 2, Welfare Agent 2. Clubs: Choral 3, Latin 2. Elsie Rosenbloom 59 North State Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, Student Council 2, National Thespian So- ciety 2, 3, 4, Executive Committee 4, All School Show Production 3. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, Dance Committee 2, 3, Play Usher 3, Play Cast 3, 4, Play Production 4. Clubs: F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Span- ish 2, 3, 4, Bowling 3, Tay Wistalvan 3, 4. Sports: Hockey Numerals 3, Basketball Numerals 4. Steven Arthur Rosen 6829 Radbourne Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: ACORN Reporter 3, 4, Student Council 3, Band 2, 3, 4. Glass: Dance Committee 2, 3. Club: Latin 2. Sports: Basketball Numerals 3. Ronald Stewart Ross 36 Kent Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - GOLD Kenneth Bruce Routzahn 113 Normandy Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School: Gym Aid 3. Class, Dance Committee 4, Party Committee 2. Club: Bowling 4. Sports: Basketball Numerals 2, Track 2. George Rowell B21 Harper Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-Clubs: Rifle 2, German 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Cross Countw 3, .Iunior Var- sity Wrestling 2, Manager 3, Varsity Wrestling Manager 4. Rona Rovens 707 Long Lane Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC - GOLD-Clubs: Choral 2, 3. David Byron Roye 5007 Bond Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: Gym Aid 4, A.A. Council 4, A.A. Salesman 2. Class, Homeroom Color Captain 2. Club: Bowling 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Baseball 2, Varsity Baseball 3, Captain 4. Darleen Gale Rudolph Ruth Ann Runske 40 Glendale Road Upper Darby 570 Bloomfield Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: Gym Aid 2, 3, 4, Wel- STENOGRAPHIC - GOLD-School: Publications Agent fare Agent 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, Homeroom Treasurer 4, Dance Committee 3. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, F.T.A. 4. 3, "There is no building without endurance loan Marie Ruscitella 526 Larchwood Avenue Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC - GOLD-School, Colorguard 2, 3, Captain 4, Publications Typing Staff 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Gym Aid 3, Honor Roll 2. Class: OAK Literary Staft 3, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Party Committee 2. Clubs, Hippocrates 2, 3, Treas- urer 4, Hi-Y 4, Choral 2, 3, 4, A Cappella "B" 3, A Cappella "A" 4. Sports, Junior Varsity Basketball Manager 3, Varsity Basketball Manager 4. Martin S. Ruzansky 3816 Brunswick Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-Sports: Junior Varsity Football 2, Varsity Football 4. Leonard Robert Sabatino 363 Avon Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC - PURPLE Iohn William Salzmann 515 Bloomfield Avenue Drexel Hill GENERAL - PURPLE Marie Theresa Salerno 3300 Township Line Drexel Hill GENERAL - GOLD-School: Publications Agent 3, A.A. Salesman 3. Class: Dance Committee 2. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, Bowling 2. David Hoopes Sample 137 North Pennock Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School: Band 2, 3, 4, Orches- tra 2, 3, 4. I7I Michael Alan Sand 413 Beverly Boulevard Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: ACORN Reporter 2, 3, 45 National Thespian Society 3, 45 Leaders 25 Purple and Gold Spelling Contest 35 Honor Roll 3. Class: Play Cast 35 Play Production 45 Party Com- mittee 2g Dance Committee 3. Clubs: Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Choral Club 2, 35 A Cappella "B" 3. Sports: Junior Varsity Cross Country Manager 35 Varsity Cross Country Manager 4. Raymond Rudolph Saveoz 328 Dak Avenue Clifton Heights SCIENTIFIC - GOLD 117 ub- Numerals 3. Nancy Doris Scharadin 4032 Lasher Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: Publication's Agent 45 Gym Aid 3, 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 35 Dance Committee 3, 4. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 45 A Cappella "B" 35 Steel Pier Frolic Committee 2. Sports: Junior Varsity Hockey 35 Varsity Hockey 4. Ferdinand William Schank, Jr. 160 Westbrook Drive Westbrook Park ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: A.A. Council 45 Student Council 45 Welfare Agent 35 Gym Aid 3, 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3, 4. Club: Choral 2. Sports: Junior Varsity Soccer 25 Varsity Soccer 3, Co-captain 4, Most Valuable Player 45 Softball Richard William Sarkis 345 Lombardy Road Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS - PURPLE Carole Frances Schaffer 349 Harrison Avenue Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC - PURPLE Know that though a Road has obstacles, William Hoch Schmolke 6904 Clinton Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC - GOLD--Club: Visual Aids 2. Sports: Junior Varsity Football 2. Charles Michael Schwarz 326 Riverview Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School: Student Council 45 A.A. Council 45 Gym Aid 45 A.A. Salesman 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 45 Dance Committee 4. Sports: Bowling 25 Junior Varsity Wrestling 25 Var- sity Wrestling 3, Co-captain 4. George Arthur Schlenk Lorraine Phyllis Schmidt 4013 Ellendale Road Drexel Hill 359 Margate Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-Sports: Junior Varsity Wres- GENERAL BUSINESS - GOLD tling 3. Richard John Schumacher 6051 Clover Lane Stonehurst Hills DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION - PURPLE-Class: Execu- tive Committee 4. Club: Distributive Education 4, President 4. Stephen DeHart Schwarz 326 Riverview Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: A.A. Salesman 45 Gym Aid 4. Class: Dance Committee 4. Clubs: World Affairs Forum 45 Downbeat 45 Pep 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Wrestling 25 Varsity Wrestling 3, Co-captain 45 Bowling 2. William Roy Schwindt 122 Oakley Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC - GOLD-School, Gym Aid 4. Sports, Jun- ior Varsity Soccer 2, Varsity Soccer 3, 4. Howard H. Scott 929 Anderson Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-Class, Party Committee 2. Sports, Track 2, Junior Varsity Baseball 3. Elizabeth Ann Scott 511 Sansom Street Upper Darby ACADEMIC - GOLD-School, Student Council' 2, Secretary 4, Leaders 2, Honor Roll 2, Publications Business Staff 3, Gym Aid 4. Class, Executive Com- mittee 3, 4, Class Secretary 4, Play Usher 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Play Committees 2, Commence- ment Usher 3. Clubs, F.T.A. 2, 3, Vice President 4, Tay Wistalvan 2, 3, President 4, Hi-Y 4, Choral 2, 3, 4, A Cappella "B" 3, A Cappella "A" 4, Choral Execgtive Committee 2, Steel Pier Frolic Commit- tee . Robert Manfred Sebastian 401 Winfield Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC - PURPLE Entered September 1958 Carolyn Jane Serafine 716 Roberts Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School, Publications Business Staff 3, OAK Manager 4, Publications Agent 3, Wel- fare Agent 3, 4, Student Council 2. Class, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Chairman 3, Executive Com- mittee 2, 3. Clubs, Choral 2, 3, 4, A Cappella "B" 3, A Cappela "A" 4, Hippocrates 2, 4. Vincent Edward Sgro 254 Long Lane Upper Darby ACCOUNTING - GOLD-Class: Homeroom Color Cap- tain 2. Sports, Junior Varsity Wrestling 2. It is conquered trouble that toughens fiber Sydney Shaw 511 Hampden Road Upper Darby GENERAL - PURPLEAchool, Publications Business Staff 2, 3, Publications Agent 3, All School Show Production 2, Gym Aid 3. Class, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Party Committee 2. Clubs, First Aid and Social Service 3, 4, Choral 2, 3, 4, Bowling 4, Hip- pocrates 3, 4, F.T.A. 4. Richard Eric Sheads 3993 Vernon Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School, A.A. Salesman 4, Sports, Basketball Numerals 4, Junior Varsity Cross Country 2, 3. Peggy Ann Shepley 1003 Green Lane Primos STENOGRAPHIC - GOLD-School, Publications Typ- ing Staff 4, A.A. Salesman 3. Class, Homeroom Color Captain 3, Homeroom Vice President 4. Clubs, Bowling 3, Bowling Team 3, Choral 3. John Wesley Shively 929 Harper Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, Franklin and Marshall Alumni Award 3, Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, Leaders 2, National Merit Scholarship Semi-finalist 3. Class, President 3, 4, Class Treasurer 2, Ex- ecutive Committee 2, 3, 4, Play Usher 3, 4, Party Committee 2, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Play Com- mittee 3, 4, Homeroom Color Captain 4. Clubs, Hi-Y 3, 4, World Affairs Forum 4. Sports, Junior Varsity Wrestling 2 3- Varsity Wrestling 4- Track 3. Barbara Ann Shifter 319 Lombardy Road Drexel Hill GENERAL - PURPLE-Class, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4. Clubs, Choral 2, 3, 4, Steel Pier Frolic Committee 2, 3, 4, Bowling 3, 4, Pep 4. Marion Louise Shultz 58 Sunshine Road Upper ACADEMIC - PURPLE Joseph Paul Sigismonti 116 Kenmore Road Highland Park SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-Class: Dance Committee 4: Play Committee 4. Club: Choral 3. Sports: Junior Varsity Baseball 2: Junior Varsity Wrestling 3: Var- sity Wrestling 4. Michael John Simeone 304 Margate Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-Club: Bowling 2. Sports: Junior Varsity Baseball 2. -kb Robert Elmer Spencer Vivien Dell Sinclair 7807 Parkview Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: Publications Business Staff 2, 3, Circulation Manager 4: Purple and Gold Spelling Contest 3: Leaders 2: National Thespian Society 3, 4: Welfare Agent 2: Publications Agent 4. Class: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Play Usher 3: Play Production 3: Party Committee 2. Clubs: French 4: First Aid and Social Service 3, 4: F.T.A. 2, 3: Choral 2, 3, 4: A Cappella "B" 3: A Cappella "A" 4: Hi-Y 4. I' Henry Robert Simmons 4942 State Road ARTS AND CRAFTS - PURPLE Judith Fern Silberberg 807 F3iI'f3X Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD Entered November 1957 School: ACORN Art Staff 4. Class: Dance Committee 4: Play Committee 4. Club: Beaux Arts 4. Kay Michael Simminger 3226 Berkley Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: AII School Show Pro- duction 2. Class: Play Cast 3. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: A Cappella "B" 3: A Cappella "A" 4: Steel Pier Frolic Committee 3: World Affairs Forum 3, 4. Drexel Hill You, yourself, must learn how to understand Dolores Smith David Smith Edward Slogren 6812 Baltimore Avenue Upper Darby 7254 Lamport Road Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS - PURPLE DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION - PURPLE-School: Stu- 6812 Baltimore Avenue Lansdowne DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION - PURPLE-Club: Dis- tributive Education 4. Elaine Irene Souders dent Council 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 4. Club: Distributive Education 4. flew Stephen Howard Smith 164 Glencoe Road Upper Darby 710 East Providence Road Primos STENOGRAPHIC - PURPLE-School: Publications Agent 4: A.A. Salesman 3. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3: Dance Committee 3: Play Committee 3. Clubs: Typing 4: Bowling 4: Choral 3: Riding 3. 4 'UV , A 'Z ACCOUNTING - GOLD 538 Kenwood Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School: Publications Agent 2: Leaders 2. Class: Dance Committee 3. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: A Cappella "A" 3, 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Soccer 2: Varsity Soccer 3, 4: Track 2, 4: Junior Varsity Wrestling 2. K Carol Roberta Steel 825 Alexander Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-Class: Dance Committee 3. Clubs: Choral 2, 3: A Cappella "B" 3: F.T.A. 3, 4: Bowling 4. Sharon Judith Steinberg 304 Huntley Road Upper Darby GENERAL - GOLD-School: Welfare Agent 2. Clubs: Choral 2, 3. ' Joseph Thomas Steele 85 Hartley Road Lansdowne GENERAL - PURPLE Barbara Rose Steinke 912 Turner Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: ACORN Reporter 2: Leaders 2, Captain 3: Publications Agent 3: Welfare Agent 2: Gym Aid 3: Honor Roll 2: Magazine Cam- paign Chairman 2. Class: OAK Literary Staff 3, Assistant Editor 4: Dance Committee 2, 3: Party Committee 2. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: A Cappella "B" 3: A Cappella "A" 4: Steel Pier Frolic Committee Thomas Steven Stentz 1116 Alexander Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: Gym Aid 2: A.A. Sales- man 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3, 4: Class Color Captain 3, 4: Executive Committee 3: Dance Committee 3. Clubs: World Affairs Forum 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Basketball 2: Junior Varsity Football 2: Varsity Football 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4. Numerals 3. . ,Ml David Leslie Stinson 919 Wilde Avenue Drexel Hill COMMERCIAL - GOLD-School: Publications Agent 4: Student Council 3. When the Road's too steep-it's time to rest" Janice Pearl Sudhop 4036 Ellendale Road Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS - PURPLE-Club: Library 2. Harry Warren Sutton 7522 Rogers Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-Clubs: Chess 4: French 4. 4: F.T.A. 2: French 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4. Sports: Hockey William Sutton 7533 Parkview Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: A.A. Salesman 2, 3. Sports: Junior Varsity Wrestling 2. Ruth Ellen Swart 4048 Redden Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: Leaders 2: Honor Roll 2: All School Show Production 3: All School Show Cast 4: National Thespians Society 3, 4. Class: OAK Literary Staff 3, 4: Play Cast 3: Play Com- mittee 4: Dance Committee 3, 4: Party Committee 2. Clubs: Tay Wistalvan 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: A Cap- pella "B" 3: A Cappella "A" 4. We David George Swanson, Jr. 909 Drexel Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School: A.A. Salesman 3: Gym Aid 4. Class: Dance Committee 4. Clubs: Visual Aid 2: Steimetz 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Cross Country 2, 3: Junior Varsity Wrestling 2, 3: Track 2, 3: Varsity Soccer Manager 4. Diane Mary Taggert 377 Elim0l1dS AVBITUB Drexel Hlii GENERAL - PURPLE-Clubs: Riding 2: Bowling 3. l75 James Alexander Taggart 225 Township Line Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: ACORN Reporter 2. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2. Clubs: Choral 3, 4. Bart Delmar Taylor 232 Springton Road Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS - PURPLE-School: Gym Aid 4. Club: Visual Aids 4. Richard Kenneth Tareila 7000 Clover Lane Stonehurst Hills DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION - PURPLE-Class: Home- room Eolor Captain 2. Club: Distributive Educa- tion. . Janet Marie Taylor 216 North Cedar Lane Upper Darby ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: Publications Busi- ness Staff 2, Leaders 2, 3, 4, National Thespian Society 2, 3, 4, All School Show Production 2, 3,, Honor Roll 2, 3. Class: Play Production 3, 4, Commencement Usher 3, Dance Committee 2. Clubs: F.T.A. 2, 3, Spanish 4, Library 4. John William Taylor 903 Drmond Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: A.A. Salesman 2, 3, 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3, 4, Dance Committee 2. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4, A Cappella "B" 3. Sports: Junior Varsity Cross Country 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4. Jon Stephen Terrey 4037 Marshall Road Drexel Hill GENERAL - PURPLE "The perfect highway," the artist counseled, James Michael Theopistos 419 Sansom Street Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-Clubs: Bowling 2, 3, 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Baseball 2, Junior Varsity Cross Country 2, 3, Varsity Cross Country 4. Lillian Joan Thiel 719 Collenbrook Avenue Drexel Hill ACCOUNTING - GOLD-School: Student Council 3, All School Show Cast 4, Gym Aid 4. Class: Dance Committee 2, 3. Clubs: Choral 3, F.T.A. 3, Hippocrates 3, vice-president 4, Beaux Arts 3, Bowling 3, Treasurer 4. Sports: Cheerleading Manager 4. Hoyt Nicklas Thinnes 142 Normandy Road Upper Darby GENERAL - PURPLE s Suzanne Collins Thomas 358 Margate Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: A.A. Council 3, 4, Leaders 2, Student Council 4, Publications Busi- ness Staff 3, Gym Aid 3, 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Executive Committee 2, 4, Party Committee 2, Magazine Campaign Chairman 2. Clubs: A Cappella "B" 4, Choral 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, President 4, Tay Wistalvan 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Hi-Y 4. loan Helene Thomas 209 Meadowbrook Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: Spanish Il Award 2, National Thespian Society 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll 2, Publications Business Staff 2. Class: Play Usher 3. Clubs: F.T.A. 2, Spanish 3, Secretary 4, Library 4. Raymond Walter Thompson 1120 Wilson Drive Upper Darby GENERAL - PURPLE-School: Band 2, 3, 4, Orches- tra 2, 3, 4. 76 Robert Clay Thorpe 14-5 Valley Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-Sports: Junior Varsity Cross Country 2, 3: Varsity Cross Country 4: Varsity Basketball 4: Track 3, 4. Joyce Arlene Tomlinson . 461 Wilde Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE- School: Publications Agent 2. Class: OAK Literary Staff 3, 4: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee 2. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: A Cappella "B" 3, 4: F.T.A. 3, 4: Tay Wistalvan 4. Sports: Hockey Numerals 3: Basketball Numerals Marjorie Zee Tomasian 725 Blythe Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School: Student Council 4: Sergeant-at-arms 4: ACORN Reporter 2, 3: Girls' Sports Editor 4: Gym Aid 3, 4: Leaders 2: English X Prize 2: All School Show Cast 2, 3, 4. Class: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Homeroom Color Cap- tain 3: Senior Quartet 3, 4. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: A Cappella "B" 3: A Cappella "A" 4: Tay Wistal- van 2, 3, 4: F.T.A. 2, 3: Hi-Yi 2, 3, 4: Steel Pier Frolic Committee 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Tennis Manager 3: Cheerleading 2, 3, 4. Brent E. Tracy 407 Alexander Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: National Thespian Society Apprentice 4. Class: Homeroom Color Cap- txain 4: Play Cast 3. Sports: Junior Varsity Football Betty jane Trugkgggg RlCh3rd Carl Tllrlller 275 Cramercy Drive Clifton Heights 521 Hamlldell Road Ullllef Dalby STENOGRAPHIC - GOLD-Class: Dance Committee GENERAL ' PURPLE-sports: Junior Vafsity Soccef ' 4: Homeroom Secretary 2. Club: Rifle 3. 2. " built with beautiful quality and grace." Karen Lee Turville 4700 Cedar Lane Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School: A.A. Council 4: Stu- dent Council 4: Purple and Gold Spelling Contest 2: Publications Agent 2: Class: Executive Com- mittee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee 2: Dance Com- mittee 2, 3, 4: OAK Literary Staff 3, 4. Clubs: Hippocrates 2, 3, First Aid and Social Service 3, 4. Lawrence Urrasio 7255 Clenthorne Road Stonehurit Hills DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION - PURPLE- Class: Home- Zoom Color Captain 3. Club: Distributive Education John Bernard Van Leer 5339 Delmar Road Clifton Heights SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2. Sports: Junior Varsity Soccer 2. Carole Ann Umstead 79-4 Drexelbrook Drive Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: Leaders 2, 3, 4: Publications Agent 4. Class Homeroom Color Cap-' tain 4: Dance Committee 3, 4: Play Committee 3, 4. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: A Cappella "B" 3, 4: First Aid and Social Service 2, 3, 4: Riding 2: Bowling 4: Library 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, 4. lg ' sub.. Richard Earl Van Horn 507 Hampden Road Drexel Hill COMMERCIAL - GOLD-Club: Bowling 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Basketball 2: Junior Varsity Cross Country 2: Varsity Cross Country 3, 4. Bruce Van Loan 7119 Hilltop Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: Band 2, 3, 4: Orches- tra 2, 3, 4. I77 Lois Jean Van Meter 5216 Oleander Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: Honor Roll 2, 35 Leaders 2, 35 Executive Committee 45 All School Show Cast 4, Queen Candidate 4. Class: Commence- ment Usher 35 Party Committee 25 Dance Commit- tee 2, 3, 45 Homeroom Color Captain 2. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 45 A Cappella "B" 3, A Cappella "A" 45 Steel Pier Frolic Committee 45 French 4. Charles Vilotti 262 Sherbrook Boulevard Upper Darby ACADEMIC - PURPLE-Class: Homeroom Color Cap- tain .35 Dance Committee 25 Gym Aid 4. Club: Bowling 2. Sports: Basketball Numerals 3, 45 Junior Varsity Baseball 2, Varsity Baseball 3, 4. Judith Connie Vasquez 314 Richfield Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: A.A. Salesman 2, 3, 45 Leaders 25 All School Show Cast 4. Class: Dance Committee 2, 35 OAK Literary Staff 3, 45 Play Committee 35 Homeroom Color Captain 2, 45 Class Color Captain 4. Clubs: Hippocrates 35 Hi-Y 45 F.T.A. 45 Tay Wistalvan 45 Choral 2, 35 A Cappella "B" 3. Sports: Cheerleading 4. Richard David Waldron ' 254 Guilford Road Lansdowne EENERAL - GOLD-Class: Homeroom Color Captain Richard Alexander Walmsley 906 Anderson Avenue Drexel Hill GENERAL - GOLD-School: A.A. Salesman 35 Gym Aid 2, 3. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 45 Dance Committee 2, 3, 4g Play Committee 3. gports: Junior Varsity Football 35 Varsity Baseball , 4. Margaret A. Walther 188 Springton Road Upper Darby COMMERCIAL - GOLD We shall build our Road with these qualities Walter Joseph Walvrck Janice Claire Warner B54 Eaton Road Drexel Hill 7236 Hazel Avenue Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School: ACORN Reporter 35 STENOGRAPHIC - GOLD-Class: Dance Committee 2. National Thespian Society Apprentice 4. Class: Clubs: Beaux Arts 35 Bowling 4. Dance Committee 3 4- Play Committee 4. Clubs: World Affairs Forum '3, Secretary 4. Robert Wesley Wasekanes 835 Eaton Road Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: Gym Aid 4. Club: Bowling 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Baseball 25 Var- sity Baseball 3g Junior Varsity Football Manager 2. Lewis Bruce Watkin 712 Blythe Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE-Clubs: Choral 2. Sports: Junior Varsity Soccer 2. 7 William John Wasson 7236 Lamport Road Upper Darby ACADEMIC - PURPLE Frank Thomas Watson 6845 Clover Lane- Upper Darby ACADEMIC - GOLD-Clubs: German 2, 3. Sports: Basketball Numerals 25 Softball Numerals 2. Kathryn Mary Watson 1119 Roosevelt Drive Upper Darby ACADEMIC - GOLD-School, Publications Agent 2, 3, Leaders 2, Publications Business Staff 4, All School Show Cast 3, 4, Colorguard 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, Executive Committee 4. Class, Home- room Vice-President 2, Magazine Campaign Chair- man 2, Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3, Dance Com- mittee 3, 4. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4, A Cappella "B" 3, 4, Hippocrates 3, 4. Mary Deanna Webster 019 Lindale Avenue Drexel Hill COMMERCIAL - GOLD Kathryn lean Webster 513 Bloomfield Avenue Drexel Hill GENERAL BUSINESS - PURPLE Cynthia lane Weddell 251 Childs Avenue Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC - GOLD-School, Publications Agent 2, 4, Publications Typing Staff 4, Leaders 2, Honor Roll 2, Gym Aid 2. Class, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Color Captain 4, Party Committee 2, OAK Literary Staff 3. Clubs, Choral 2, 3 Secretary 4, District Chorus 4, A Cappella "B" 3, Secretary 4, Tay Wistalvan 2, 3, Vice President 4, F.T.A. 3, Rifle 2. Sports, Iunior Varsity Hockey 2. of Evelyn Claire Weinmann 1130 Harding Drive Upper Darby ACADEMIC - PURPLE-Clubs, Choral 2, 3, 4. Thoughtful understanding- Craig McKenzie Wellman Edward Ronald Weizer 1100 Shadeland Avenue Drexel Hill GENERAL PURPLE-School All Scho I r - , o Show P o- duction 3. Clubs, Visual Aids 2, 3. Philip Jeffery Weiss 514 Shadeland Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE-School, ACORN Reporter 4, Student Council 4, Gym Aid 3, Dramatics Prize 3, National Thespian Society 2, 3, President 4, Senior Play Cast 2. Class, Homeroom Color Captain 3, Play Cast 3, 4, Play Committee 3, Party Com- mittee 2, Magazine Campaign Chairman 2. Clubs: Downbeat 2, 3, World Affairs Forum 4. Sports, Basketball Numerals 2, Junior Varsity Baseball 2. accuracy, knowledge Stanley Weizer 1100 Shadeland Avenue Drexel Hill GENERAL - PURPLE-Clubs, Visual Aids 2, 3, Vice President 2. 1124 Cornell Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School, ACORN Reporter -4. Sports, lunior Varsity Cross Country 2, Varsity Cross Country 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4. Carey Lee Wheatley 904 Edmonds Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - PURPLE-Class, Dance Committee 3. Club, Bowling 4. N 'FS War. -f Nancy Marie Welsh 373 Margate Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC - PURPLE-School, Publications Agent 2, Welfare Agent 3, Gym Aid 3, 4. Class: Class Color Captain 3, 4, Homeroom Color Captain 3, 4, Play Usher 3, Executive Committee 3, Party Com- mittee 2, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Play Commit- tee 3, 4. Clubs, Bowling 4, Choral 3, F.T.A. 4, gllplpocrates 2, 3, 4. Sports, Basketball Numerals Lloyd Marvin White 340 Derwyn Road Lansdowne GENERAL- PURPLE-Club: Rifle 3. I79 t John Michael Wilkins 544 Broadview Road Upper Darby GENESAL - PURPLE-Class: Homeroom Color Cap- tain . Lois Joyce Williams 918 Anderson Avenue Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School: Publications Agent 2, Gym Aid 2, All School Show Cast 4. Class: OAK Literary Staff 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Play Committee 3. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4, A Cappella "B" 3, A Cappella "A" 4, First Aid and Social Serv- ice 3, 4, Hippocrates 2. Sports: Basketball Nu- merals 3, 4. Gertrude Marie Wilson 1145 Seaford Road Upper Darby SCIENTIFIC PURPLE-School Office Aid 4 Carl Edward Williams 1205 Agnew Drive Drexel Hill COMMERCIAL - PURPLE-School: Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4. Class: Dance Committee 2, 3. Robert Earl Williams 305 South Bishop Avenue Secane DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION - GOLD-Club: Distribu- tive Education 4. Howard Charles Wilson 1101 Wilson Drive Upper Darby ACADEMIC GOLD Club Choral 2 Sports Varsity Cross Country 4 Shaw Scholarship Award 4 Varsity Baseball 3 4 Our goals before us-mood established, Choral 2, 3, 4, Bowling 4. Margaret Winner 340 Congress Avenue Lansdowne ACADEMIC - GOLD-School: Welfare Agent 2, All School Show Production 2, Spanish Ill Prize 3: Publications Agent 3, Honor Roll 2, 3. Class: Dance Committee 2, 3. Clubs: Spanish 2, 3, Treasurer 4. Betti Wood 850 Blythe Avenue Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC - PURPLE-School: Publications Typ- ing Staff 4, Manager 4, Student Council 3, Honor Roll 2, Distinguished Honor Roll 3. Class: Com mencement Usher 3, Homeroom Vice President 2. Clubs: Bowling 3, 4. Sports: Tennis Numerals 2. Margaret Kathleen Wilson Maxine Winderman 93 North Union Avenue Lansdowne 310 Westbrook Drive Clifton Heights ACADEMIC - GOLD-Class: Homeroom Color Captain STENOGRAPHIC - PURPLE-SCIIIIOI: Nafi0rI8l Thes- 3, Dance Committee 4. Clubs: A Cappella "B" 3, 4, pian Society Apprentice 3, 4, All School Show Production 3. A123 Alan Wesley Wood 172 Bridge Street Drexel Hill GENERAL - PURPLE-Club: Bowling 4. Janice Elizabeth Woodhead 7268 Bradford Road Upper Darby STENOGRAPHIC - GOLD-Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4, Steel Pier Frolic Committee 4, A Cappella "B" 3, A Cap- pella "A" 4, French 2, Bowling 4. Raymond Frank Woodruff 7025 Guilford Road Upper Darby DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION - PURPLE-Club: Dis- tributive Education 4. Carol Ann Worley 213 E3St GFBCIIWOUU AVBIIIIB LZIISUDVIIIB STENOGRAPHIC - GOLD-School: Student Council 3: Gym Aid 4: Publications Typing Staff 4: Secretary 4. Class: Dance Committee 3, 4: Play Committee 4. Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: A Cappella "B" 3: A Cappella "A" 4: Steel Pier Frolic Committee 4: Bowling 3, 4. 23, Nancy Jane Woods 251 Wiltshire Road Upper Darby DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION - PURPLE-School: Wel- fare Agent 2. Clubs: Bowling 2: Rifle 2: Choral 2, 3: Distributive Education 4, Treasurer 4. Frank Nickish Yaggi 1001 Lindale Avenue Drexel Hill ACADEMIC - GOLD-Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3, 4. Club: World Affairs Forum 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Soccer 2: Varsity Soccer 3, 4: Track 3. Gerald Elmer Yockey 7001 Greenwood Avenue Upper Darby ACADEMIC - PURPLE We begin building life Jonathan Edward Yolles 53-2 Revere Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School: National Thespian Society Apprentice 3. Class: Play Cast 3: Dance Committee 2. Clubs: Chess 2, 3, 4: Rifle 2: Chess Team 2, 3, 4: French 3. Charlotte Louise Yocum 4301 State Road Drexel Hill STENOGRAPHIC - PURPLE-School: A.A. Council 2: Welfare Agent 2: Student Council 2: Gym Aid 2. Class: Dance Committee 2, 3: Party Committee 2. Clubs: Choral 2, 3: Bowling 2. 's super highway Judith Ann Yost 456 Gainsboro Road Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School: Welfare Agent 2: Publications Agent 4: Leaders 4: National Thespian Society Apprentice 4. Class: Homeroom Color Cap- tain 3: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee 2. Clubs: Tay Wistalvan 4: First Aid and Social Service 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: A Cappella "B" 3, Treasurer 4: French 2: Hippocrates 2, 3, 4: F.T.A. 2, 3, 4. Sports: Junior Varsity Tennis 3. Judith Clare Young 210 Bridge Street Drexel Hill SCIENTIFIC - GOLD-School: Leaders 2: Welfare Agent 2, 3: Publications Agent 2, 3: Student Coun- cil 2. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 2, 3: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: Party Committee 2: Homeroom Secretary 2. Clubs: Bowling Team 2, 3, 4: French 2, 3. Sports: Softball Numerals 2. William Hugh Zucchelli, Jr. 127 Normandy Road Upper Darby GENERAL - GOLD Vincent A. Zizak 309 Copley Road Upper Darby GENERAL - PURPLE-School: Gym Aid 4. Class: Homeroom Color Captain 3. Sports: Junior Varsity Football 2, 3: Varsity Football 4. Amedeo Mascitti 3208 Berkley Avenue Drexel Hill GENERAL-GOLD Entered October 1958 l8l I ndex Abel Paul E 40 ACappelIa A 10 56 A Cappella B 57 Acorn 10 50 72 Adams Leslie 56 68 69 70 78 134 Adams RobertE 32 Adler Richard 2 17 50 60 61 85 Adler William 32 122 Albrecht Karl W 40 83 116 Aldridge Kay 138 Algazy KennethM 32 104 Allen Virginia 40 50 70 79 84 All School Show 68 69 70 71 Band, 61 Almeida JanetE 40 Allsman JamesD 40 Allsman Jess 45 Amato Genevieve 40 Amonson ErlcL 45 Amster Marsha 32 Anderson Anderson Anderson Andersen Carol 32 Mr Edward T Joan 71 138 Mr Ralph M Andreolr Louis 138 Andruen Maurice 138 Angelo Vince 103 138 Antis Damel 32 105 Appet Phyllis H 41 Arbuckle JoanM 34 41 57 120 Arbuckle Nancy 42 57 70 79 Archer Arthur 138 Armor Jan D 33 Aronoff Sandy 56 62 63 65 69 70 79 90 134 138 Art Department 22 23 Artin Melanie J. 32 61 112 124 Art Staff 54 Asteris M. 33 Atkin Albert 41 Atkinson Miss Ruth 17 36 84 Aubry James 33 115 Austin DavidJ 41 Bachman Wanda 48 63 64 81 133 38 Baile Mr. R. Winfield 14 15 Bailey Wayne 33 Bair, Francis, 41 Baker, Babette L., 42, 70 Baker, Brenda, 57, 61, 70, Baker, Linda, 42, 57, 114 Baldassarre, Juan, 138 Baldwin, June E., 42 Balis, John, 42, 60, 72, 96, 105, 107, 121 Balk, James, 108, 109, 118, 139 Balmer, Judith, 43 9 Bannar, Thomas, 56, 96, 122, 139 Banninger, Donald, 42 182 The following index IS arranged alphabetically to include all names and activities contained in this yearbook Key as Banmnger Roger 139 Banta CharlesA 139 Barbehenn Anna B 43 Barber Kenneth 42 Barbiere Eugene A 139 Barkalow RlchardH 83 122 139 Barnes Frank 42 Barnes Mrs Norma 17 Barnes JayH 43 102 122 Barr Alan 139 Barr Robert 139 Barrar Harry 43 Barrett Joseph Jr 34 Barrie Patricia 139 Bartme Mr David 25 Baseball Junior Varsity 117 Baseball Varsity 118 119 Basketball Boys Junior Varsity 110 Basketball Boys Varsity 9 108 109 Basketball Girls Junior Varsity 111 Basketball Girls Varsity 9 112 113 Bassell Elizabeth 139 Bassett Miss Ruth M 18 128 Bast Wllllam R 34 98 121 Batchelder Carole 43 Bates Aubrey 48 50 80 82 85 139 Battista William 20 139 Bauer Francis 140 Bauer Jill 140 Bauer NancyB 33 Bauer Wayne 34 Baxter Barbara 33 Baxter JaneA 43 Baxter Louise A 140 Boyne BarbaraH 33 Bayne Gerald 140 Beardsley William 35 Beaux Arts 86 Becker Michael 96 140 Beddall Walter 140 Bedroff Joan 44 67 Beese Judy 44 Beisser William 34 Bell Carroll 36 70 124 Benn William 37 Bennett Fran 44 Bennyhotf George R. 35 Benson Judith 9 114 140 Benson Patrick 33 Bengle William 35 Berger Barry 48 140 Berkowitz David 140 Berman Deborah 33 Berman, Karin, 34, 61 Bernardino, Mr. Peter E., 20, 2 , 91, 4 95, 105, 106, 107 Bernd, Paula S., 34 Bernhard, Hugo, H.R. 230 n.p. page 44 Bershtein, Larry H., 43 Berstein, S., 34 Bertino, Robert L., 44, 70 Beseras, Sue E., 16, 20, 140 Beseth, Robert, 102, 106, 140 Bevan, Claude A., 44 Beverly, Susan T., 45, 48 Bezams Stephen 36 Buester Mrs RaeV 15 Bmnack Joan 45 48 124 Bishop Carol C 88 140 Biggs Olivia K 8 34 99 112 l Blackburn Annamarle 35 Blackwell Joanne 40 Blades Joyce 57 141 Blaker Barbara 35 Blakey CharlesA 44 Blakey Mary E 35 Blank Christine 36 Blank Fred 36 105 Blank Joanne 40 Blauakus DnanaM 40 Bleakley Lance 60 61 Bloomfield Richard 40 Blumenthal JoAnnD 141 Blythe Mr Raymond 27 Board of Education 14 Bockus William R 45 Boghosuan JamesW 36 Bolay Chester 45 56 Bolay Emma D 40 Bond Valerie 41 56 79 Bond Mr Vanleerl 14 Bonmfante Nicholas 40 Bonner Mrs Helen 26 Boohar John 60 61 71 118 141 Boqum Alma Rozzma 61 85 137 Boqum Dolores 41 61 Borderueux George 40 Borderleux John 36 Borderleux Thomas 40 60 Borders JanetL 36 Bormg James 37 Borton Nancy 41 99 114 Bosch Betty 32 Bottomley Bruce Jr 141 Bourland William 116 141 Bowers John 38 41 50 70 89 Bowers Marian B. 36 124 Bowers Rowland 56 72 109 118 Bowling Boys 8 89 Bowling Girls 9 88 Bowman John 45 Boyd Barbara Jean 37 Boyd Mr. John M. 17 89 Boyd Mrs. Margaret 20 24 Brackbill. Sally Lou 37 Bradley Barbara Louise 37 Bradley Elizabeth 7 42 B adley Elsie, 37 Bradley, Gordon N., 4 , 118 Bradley, Helen, 42 BrCl99, George, 37 Broughton, K., 33 Brauker, Virginia L., Breidling, Barbara, 42, 53 Breidling, Margaret, 53, 85, Brewer, Holly, 43, 70, 80 Bricker, Martha, 32 Bricker, Mitchell, 141 Bridgens, Wayne, 41 Briglia, Carol, 32 follows: H.R:homeroom, n.p.:not pictured. A I I I I I I I .I I ' .I ' , . -1 ll ll, I I .I , , , 1 II ll ' -, 1 ' I ' ' , ' . . 1 I I . I -1 I " ' ' ' ' I . I I I I 1 1 ' " ' ' ' I 136 I I ' ' I .I , . , 1 I I I . I I I I I I I I .I I I I I I . . I I I I I .I I 'I I 1 ' ' I . . .I l I I I I I I I , if I I I I. . . I I . . . I I I I I I I I I I ' , - - I ' I ' " . I I I I I . , I I , I I I 'I , - 1 I I ' ' I .I I I I I -1 I I . I I ' I . I I I 1 1 1 I ' . . . , . . I I 1 'I ' . , . - - I I I 1 1 I " " I - I , ., ,4a 1 I , Anderson, Carol V., 32 Q , " ' ' ' ' . . ., 15 ' " ' ' I ' W 111 I I I I I I I I I I , . .,11,15,48,4, ,' ,,' ' ' ' ' ' .' 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Chalfant Christopher H R 225 n p page Chalfant Luculle 144 Chalfant PeterW 60 115 136 144 Chalson Cmdy Lou 40 42 56 Chambers Janet Ann 37 Chambers Joanne H R 160 n p page 43 Chapman Sue 43 52 57 Cheerleading Squad 11 90 125 Cherry Robert 45 Cherwmskl Gary 34 Chess Club 88 Childs Earl 60 83 144 Chnlumudos Olga 37 Choral Club 58 59 Chorney Elsa Ruth 37 Chrlsman Miss Charlotte 17 35 84 Christ Thomas 45 56 Chr1stensenSverre 45 103 105 122 Christopher Lmda Lee 43 Chrystue Roger 36 Chuplns Carol Susan 32 Church Karen Lee Clcchlnl Anna 55 144 Clce Anthony 36 Cimum Mane 55 144 Clancy Margaret 144 Clancy Richard D. 37 Clapper Gall 55 145 Clark Gaul 48 49 76 132 134 135 Clark Janet 40 43 48 57 100 101 113 124 Clark Marguerite 145 Clarke James 95 122 145 Clemson MaryM Cloak Alvln 37 Cloak W1ll1am 145 Clothuer Margaret 69 70 145 Cocca Marguerite R 145 Cocco Joan Ann 7 32 48 124 Coffey Mr Paul 22 81 Coffman Charles 37 Cohen Denms Beth 32 Cohen Ruth 7 11 62 63 64 65 79 133 145 Colavuto Carol 43 Colclough Joseph 56 145 Coe Deborah 33 Coe Patsy Jane 33 Coe WalterC 41 Coe Walter Terry 41 Collemacme Carolyn 6 48 Collins Frances 36 Collms Marlon Louise Collms Nancy D 33 Collms StuartS 37 48 Color Captains 8 Color Guard 61 Colyvas Peter 32 Comfort Jayne 44 49 53 Commercial Department 20 21 Condon Patricia Ann 146 Conlan James 32 Conley Lois 146 Conley Marian 34 Connerton Shirley 44 Connet Clara 44 ConnetMar1e 114 124 146 Connor MaryE 34 Conrad Janet Ann 34 71 Consalvo Rose Marne 53 76 79 131 Cooke Ethel 51 146 Cooke Gregory 8 9 11 48 49 56 59 6 71 72 102 103 122 130 31 135 146 Coombs Shirley 43 Cooperson Donald 32 Corasick Margaret 45 79 Corbu A 32 Corey Ph1IupD 33 106 122 Corleto Freder1ckT 21 42 Costello R1chardN 31 33 48 110 8 Courtney WalterW 42 Cox Raymond A 42 Cox Sharon 7 146 Coyle Andrea 40 48 53 Coyle B 43 Coyle JamesW 43 96 Craig Gretchen 146 Crane Patrick 146 Crane Paul 43 Crawford Leroy 43 Crawford Ruth 35 60 61 Crllly Kathryn 32 Crlstlmzlano Douglas 33 122 Croce James 44 122 183 Crocettl Joseph 34 Cross Country Jumor Varslty 95 Cross Country Varsity 94 95 Crothers Barbara 40 Crowthers John H 44 Crowdmg Cathleen 35 Crowthers Edward R 44 Cuesta John 146 Culbertson Nancy 40 Culver Donna L 41 Cunmngham C 34 Cunmngham Mass Emnly 21 Cunmngham FrancesE 36 Cunmngham JohnR 45 Curran J 34 Curry Davld 45 50 67 Curto Wendy 146 Daddona FrankJ 35 Daddona Mane 146 Dalt Glona 41 DAmato Dorothy 41 Dambman Betty Jayne 36 DAmello Mlss EleanorS 16 21 Danforth Danuel 22 47 Daniels Jack 35 Danuelson Walter 35 105 Darmody JohnJ 40 60 61 70 D Ascenzo Robert H R 225 n p page 36 Davidson Ann 120 147 Davidson Ruth 112 147 Davus GeorgeW Jr 40 Davis JoAnne F 42 68 71 100 124 Davis Kenneth 40 96 106 Davls Mlss Patrlcla 25 Davis Sharon 42 Davls Shella 56 147 133 136 147 Dawlung R 42 Dawson Lois 8 9 42 60 61 100 112 Day Deborah 57 70 147 Day Donald 30 31 69 102 104 105 Day John C 35 42 48 102 104 105 Day W:lllamJ 45 Deaver Merle 42 56 62 67 70 Deaver VurgumaJ 22 51 57 70 147 DeBaun Martha L 43 DeBeer Roy 48 56 59 65 66 115 147 DeCarolts Diana 43 DeFeo Patrlcua OllVIG 36 DeFlavla Barbara 43 DeGeorge Joan 56 131 147 Deery John M 36 98 DeGraw Ronald 41 50 89 Delss Barbara Ruth 36 Delss Edward 41 DeLeon JohnP 36 Del Franco B 36 Della Penna Louls 36 96 97 Della Penna Thomas 41 98 Del Ross: Gabrlel 42 60 70 DeLuca CharlesQ 37 Deluca Danlel 42 56 59 69 DeLuca Michael D 37 DelVecchlo Susan 37 DelVecchlo Muchael 42 DeMann Jay 147 DeMarco Frank 20 147 4 Demas Irene 37 Demetnou James 147 Dengler Dr Clyde R 22 23 57 58 Denms Laura 37 Denms NormaE 55 148 Denms Patrlcla 37 DePlano Mary 148 Deputy Nancy 43 DerOhanesslan Sonya Mary 3 Dessart Charles 36 DeStefano Geraldme H 43 DeStefano SuzanneM Deuber Thomas 37 Deutsch Lounse 43 Dewees Theresa R 32 DeWoolfson Bruce 42 DuAntonlo A 95 DlArenzo Bruce 37 DuBerardo Juduth 37 Dnckerson BarryS 32 Dlehl Mr John 17 19 Duel Suzy 25 DuFnluppus Dolores 32 Dnllman Joan 44 Dlllmore Wllllam HR 61 n p page Dnlworth Dr George G 14 DlM:dlo Anthony 43 DnNenno Elame 44 DuNlcola Stephen 43 DuNobuIe MaryAnne 44 DlPaolo Arlene 44 DlPletro David 43 Director Deborah 51 80 81 131 148 Duron P 35 DlSalvatore John 36 DuSalvatore Kathleen 45 124 DlSerlo James 44 DlStefano Janet 38 40 124 Dustrlbutuve Education 87 D:Valerlo Ann 33 Dixon PfISCIllO Anne 33 99 111 Doan J 40 Doon Susan S 56 60 61 Doane Mr RobertA 22 23 60 61 68 Dolan Barbara 34 Dolbrow James 44 Dolce Francis 148 Dolo Frank J 32 Donaldson Mary Jane 33 120 Donnelly Ruchard 42 Donovan Robert 48 81 105 106 107 132 137 148 Donzantu Carolyn 50 DOrazlo John 148 Dorman George 148 Dorwart Marylou 33 Doto Gurard Jr 32 Dottu Nancy 148 Doucette Donald 37 Dougherty Sara J 40 Dougherty Thomas 40 44 96 Doughty Thomas R 32 Doualas B 34 Dowlmg Rose Ann H R 151 n p page 42 Downbeat Socuety 89 Drake Vurgunua 41 Drewes Rosemary 34 61 111 120 Drumheller Donald 148 Dudley ThomasC Jr 33 Dulm Barbara 41 124 Duncan Carole E 34 53 Duncan George 33 Duncan Sandra Joan 35 Duncan ShurleyA 42 Dunleavy 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