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I t J i u b f o e b Although the role played by the Trustees remains a mystery to most students, they play an active part in school life as is in creasingly evident in their Centennial activities. The plans for the Centennial have been in effect for the past year. Dr. James Sorger heads the Centennial Committee, while under him there are many committees with chairpeople. The publicity for the Centennial, chaired by Ms. Patricia Turner, planned the kick-off picnic in May, 1982, and has continued to provide the school with other festivities since. The Centennial Historical Committee, chaired by Mr. Peter Stevenson, has been supplying the school, through the Beacon, with an in-depth per spective of the history of both Wardlaw and Hartridge. One of the most active, non-Centennial. committees is the Development Committee, which is co-chaired by Mrs. Fredrick Lackland. Mr. M. Peter Madsen and Mr. David Pearson. They have worked very hard with the Century Challenge Fund, which, under the direction of the several chairpersons including the above and Mr. Morrison, Mr. Del Vento, and Mrs. Childers, has been successful thus far. Through the support of alumni/ae, parents, and foundational grants, the school is on its way towards its goal of one million dollars. Finally, a new committee was created this year, the Faculty and Curriculum Committee. This committee looks at the philos ophies of the school. Its function is to sug gest and to learn. The committee also allows each department to express its own needs and concerns directly to the board. Al though the committee has only met twice this year, they have discussed the use of writing skills in every subject and the en larging role of the computer. Mr. Ayres has stated, as the year rolls to an end, that working with the committees and the Trustees as a whole has helped him a great deal in running the school, and he looks forward to helping the school into another century. BOARD OF TRUSTEES Dr. Garrett. M. Keating, President) Mr. Warren E. Gerber, Vice President; Mr. John H. G. Rogers, Treasurer; Mr. Frederic W. Anthony, Asst. Treasurer: Mrs. Frederick W. Lackland, Secretary and Development Co-Chairman; Mrs. Robert R. Stout, Asst. Secretary; Mr. M. Peter Madsen, Development Co-Chairman; Mr. David J. Morrison, Member at Large; Mr. Edward L. Samek, Member at Large; Mr. Frank H. Blatz, Jr.; Mrs. C. Allen Burleson, Jr.; Mrs. William J. Charlton, Jr.; Mrs. Jacquelyn M. Childers; Miss Adele deLeeuw; Mr. Benjamin Del Vento; Mr. Victor P. DiLeo; Mr. Thomas R. Edwards, Jr.; Mr. Russell L. Flewit; Mr. Ronald J. Kent; Mr. Frederick W. Lackland; Mr. Adam K. Levin; Mr. James J. Lonsdorf; Dr. Peter S. Pappas; Mr. John FI. G. Rogers, Jr.; Dr. James Sorger; Mr. Peter H. Stevenson-, Mr. Kenneth W. Turnbull; Ms. Patricia Turner; Mr. William B. Wigton. Associate Members Mrs. Benjamin Del Vento; Faculty Representative- Upper School; Faculty Representative- Lower School. EMERITUS MEMBERS 28 Mrs. N. Chisholm Barnhart, Jr.; Mr. Robert A. Burner; Mr. Max Bussel; Mr. Francis A. Cannon; Mr. Charles H. Detwiller, Jr.-, Mr. Edwin J. Fitzpatrick-, Mrs. Henry P. Foster; Mr. William H. Gindin; Mr. Richard M. Hale; Mr. Charles B. Hellerson; Mr. Prentice C. Horn; Mr. Edwin D. Kunzman; Mr. James T. Reynolds; Mr. Murray Rushmore, Jr.; Mr. David F. Sanders-, Mr. Warren H. Simmons, Jr.; Mr. Ralph J. Smalley, Jr., Mr. William G. Wigton.

is « 8 ! i m 1^ 111^ Tliis year Tempera Et M ores has dedicated the Centennial edition to two caring and devoted ladies, Mrs. Jessie W. Hoffman (Left) and Mrs. Gladys H. Katrausky (Right). Each one has left her own imprint on the school. Mrs. Katrausky, also known as Mrs. K or the Kat, started teaching mathematics in Wardlaw in 1958. After twenty-five years, everyone will be sorry to see her leave, especially after all the trouble we had getting Canada to give her up! Her ready command of her subject has dazzled many students, and forced others, confident of her methods, to continue on through treacherous integrals and insidious derivatives. Mrs. K, impatient with students' superstitious fears, leads them gamely through the shoals and currents of the world mathematical. Another exemplar of kindness in the school, is Mrs. Hoffman, iS S p S i :. 'v >-1 « sSi S ', ■. » ' S | # m ■®SSB whom a few of this year’s seniors had as their first grade teacher. She has been teaching for sixteen years, bringing her Wardlaw experience to Hartridge as well, after the merger. The patience and versatility exhibited in the elementary school still served us well. Today Mrs. Hoffman helps students overcome learning dissabilities or dyslexias and is a familiar figure in our halls. Both ladies are more than just teachers, they are graceful representatives of the Old School. Stern in their demands, each takes an interest in the individual student by giving a reprimand when needed, and yet a kind word when deserved. Their deep concern for the students and their education shows the pupil that it is love prompting the rigor, and their kindness is a gift freely given. This kind of caring for students is difficult to find, and anyone who has known either of these ladies in indeed a lucky person. 29

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    H US (O B B a N * W ^ ' i n The Cla

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    . . . Later! JEFFREY ALAN FRIEDLAND

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    D.K., D.G., C.N., K.R., M.C., E.C.,

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    191 Julie "Cas” Casagrande, the o

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    Boys’ Varsity Basketball How can

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    Defense Boosts Wardlaw To Title War

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    Wardlaw Reaches Championship Game G

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    To The Class of 1983 Congratulation

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    Eric, May God bless and keep you al

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    Congratulations Class of ’83 Dr.

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    So the class of 1983 — The first

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    O ver 28 Y e a rs Service O il Burn

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