Abington Friends School - Outward Bound Yearbook (Jenkintown, PA)
- Class of 1952
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Text from Pages 1 - 72 of the 1952 volume:
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ABINGTCN FRIENDS SCHCOL
We remember so well the interest tha
its activities. It was an inspiration
t Mrs. Hurlbut showed in our class and in
hear her cheering us on as we played our
hockey and basketball games. None of us at Abington Friends will ever forget
her, and this yearbook which signifies
we give in her memory, hoping that sh
all of our strivings, successes, and failures
e would be proud.
MARY HELEN BICKLEY
We deeply appreciate Miss Bickley's guidance and help in attacking our myriad
problems with humor, sincerity, and wisdom . . .
The mark of wisdom is to read arigbi the present, and to march with the occasion.
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First Row: Molly Greerg Janet Albertson, Mary Hurd, Second Row: Helene Weissman,
Secretaryg Marianne Mayer, Student Councilg Nancy Koehler, Presidentg Gail Wilson,
Vice-Presikientg Helen Hurlbut, Treasurer. Third Row: Evelyn Sieelman, Geralyn Winner,
Barbara Tetzlaffg Joan Schneiclerwirthg Lois Helwegg Kay Heisley: Jerry Stull, Mimi Taylor.
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1117 Rices Mill Road, Wyncote
4, entered 1949 ,
Sophomore: Second Team Hockey: Color Team
Basketball: Cheeri Leader: Photography: Cast of
"Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" : Student Director
of "A Ghostly Evening". Junior: Student Council
Treasurer: Second Team Hockey: Cheer Leader:
Glee Club: Dance Group. Senior: Vice-President of
Dramatic C1ub:Second:Team Hockey: Cheer Leader:
Glee Club: Cast of "Crad1e Song": Buck Hill
Conference: Assembly Committee.
"Oh sbe's little, but sbe's wise. ,Sbe's a-,terror for ber size"
Favorite Song: HBSCCILISEH
Favorite Eocpression: "PreCllly?"
Besening Sin: Double jointed arms
Redeeming Feature: Perfect hands
Ambition: To be buyer at Sack's Fifth A
Idiosyncrasy: lmitating people
Usually Found: Looking up at people
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Papermill Road, Huntingdon Valley
Freshman: Color Team I-IockeygArt Club. Sophomore: '
Secretary: Color Team Hockey: Acorns Art Staff.
Junior: Colori Team I-Iockeyy Acorns Art Staff.
Senior: Yearbook Editor: Play Production.
"Great thoughts come from the bear!"
Favorite Song: "Sepl1emlD?l' SOUQH
Favorite Expression: "You WCIflt to bet?"
Besetting Sin: Breaking fingemails
Redeeming Feature: Nice COII1DleXiOI'I
Ambition: To be an artist
Destiny: To color Walt Disney cartoons
Idiosyncrasy: Day dreaniiriq
Usdnally Found: Behind a coke glass
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237 Summit Avenue, Jenkintown
' Junior: Play Production: Cast of "Nine Girls"7Glee
Club. Senior: Literary Editor of Yearbook: Play
Production: Cast of' 'Cradle Song" 7 Student Director
of Book Day Play: Glee Club.
"One woman in ber time plays many parts"'
Favorite Song: "Unforgettable"
Favorite Expression: "Ohh-HO"
Besetting Sin: Sentimentality
Redeeming Feature: Long Fingernails
Ambition: To be a famous novelist
Destiny: Dean of women
Idiosyncrasy: Her OWT1 CCI1'
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463 York Road, Jenkintown
Freshman: Varsity Hockey: Intersectional Hockey:
Second TeamBasketball: Photoqraphy:Dance Group.
Sophomore: Varsity Hockey: lntersectional Hockey:
Second Team Basketball: Acorns Art Staff : Cast. of
"A Ghostly Evening". Junior: President: Varsity
Hockey: lntersectional Hockey: Second Team Basket-
ball, Captain: Acorns Art Staff: Buck Hill Con-
ference. Senior: A.A. President: Treasurer of Oaks
Bank and Trust: Varsity Hockey, Co-Captain: Inter-
sectional Hockey: Second Team Basketball, Captain:
Play Production: Dance Group. -
"Free from self-seeking and design, I have not
found a wbiter soul than thine"
. Favorite Song: "Night Gnd Day"
Favorite Expression: "ThQt'S jCIZZYH
Besetting Sin: Eating sandwiches
Redeeming Feature: Clothes
Ambition: To own a dude ranch
Desriny: Bronc buster
Usually Found: CCIl'1CIdCI
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r 625 Highland Avenue, Jenkintown
' entered 1948
A 5 Freshman: Color Team Hockey: Color Team Basket-
: ball: Acorns. Sophomore: Color Team Hockey: Color
T Team Basketball: Acorns: Glee Club: Welfare
5 Committee. Junior: Color Team Hockey: Color Team
sketball: Acorns: Glee Club. Senior: Color Team
ckeY7 Photography: Glee Club.
"The cburms ber downcast modesty conceals"
Favorite Song: "Sin" l
Favorite Expression: "What did you Say?"
Besening Sin: Nervousness
Redeeming Feature: Red HGH .
Ambition: To be an elementary teacher
Destiny: Director of Boy Scouts l
Idiosyncrasy: Fear Of tests
Usually Found: Running up Baederwood Hill
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Huntingdon Road, Abington
Freshman: Second Teaml-iockey:Varsity Basketball:
Second Team Tennis: Typing. Sophomore: Varsity
Hockey: lntersectional Hockey: Varsity Basketball:
Varsity Tennis: Play Production. Junior: Varsity
Hockey:Intersectional Hockey: Varsity Basketball: -
Varsity Tennis: Typing: Glee Club. Senior:
Treasurer: A.A. Secretary: Varsity Hockey, Co-
Captain: lntersectional Hockey: Varsity Basketball,
Captain: Dance Group: Glee Club,
"A crown of glory that fadeth not away"
Favorite Song: "Tell Me Why"
Favorite Expression: "Hey, l..l1iqi"
Besetting Sin: Bild Moods
Redeeming Feature: Petite feet
Ambition: To be an all-American Hockey player
Destiny: Miss Smith's successor
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739 Wyndale Road, Jenkintown
Freshman: Color Team Basketball: Acorns: Cast of
"Q1n1ity Street:" Assembly Committee. Sophomore:
Student Council: Color Team Hockey: Color Team
Basketball: Play Production: Cast of "Our Hearts
Were Young and Gay:" Cast of "A Ghost1yEvening:"
Buck Hill Conference. Junior: Assistant Editor of
Acorns: Second Team Hockey: Color Team Basket-
ball: Religious Life Committee: Cum Laude: Junior
Essay Award. Senior: President: French Affiliation
Committee, Chairman: Second Team Hockey: Play
Production: Cast of Book Day Play: Cast of "Cradle
"Those about ber know the perfect ways of bonor'
Favorite Song: "Big Rock Candy Mountain"
Favorite Expression: "EQQd what CI I1'1eSSl"
Besetting Sin: Being good
Redeeming Feature: Eyes Gnd lashes
Ambition: To-be a doctor
ldiosyncrasy: l'lC1I11IT1-SCCIIUIII driving
Usually Found: On the other end of Brian's leash
827 Cathedral Road, Philadelphia
Freshman: Color Team Hockey: Color Team Basket-
ball: Play Production: Cast of "When Shakespeare's
Ladies Meet:" Glee Club. Sophomore: Color Team
Hockey: Color Team Basketball: Play Production:
Cast of Book Day Play: Cast of "A Ghostly
Evening." Junior: Color Team I-Iockey: Varsity
Archery: Play Production: Cast of Book Day Play:
Glee Club: May Court. Senior: Vice-President of
Student Council: Religious Life Committee, Chair-
man: Welfare Committee, Chairman: Cast of "Cradle
Song:" Dance Group: Glee Club.
"I never knew so young a body with so old a bead"
Favorite Song: "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes"
Favorite Expression: "l Cl0l'l'l know"
Beseuing Sin: Cracking Knuckles
Redeeming Feature: Flirtations GYGS
Ambition: To be a housewife
Desziny: An old maid
Idiosyncrasy: TCIlkir1q with her hands
Usually Found: Making up excuses
"By different methods different men excel but
bere is sbe who can do all things well
Favorite Song: "TO ECICI1 His Own"
Favorite Expression: "Hey PCISCIUCIISH
Besezzing Sin: Losing assignment pad
Redeeming Feature: High cheek bones
Ambizion:'To be G poet
Destiny: Wife with seven kids
ldiosyncrasy: Laughing softly
Usually Found: In G daze
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Freshman: Color Team Hockey: Color Team Baske -
ball: Play Production. Sophomore: Vice-President:
Color Team Hockey: Play Production: Cast of "Our
Hearts Were Young and Gay:" Cast of "A Ghostly
Evening:" Glee Club. Junior: Color Team Hockey:
Play Production: Cast of "Nine Girls:" Cast of
Book Day Play. Senior: President of Dramatic Club:
Business Manager of Acorns: Hockey Manager:
Basketball Manager: Cast of "Cradle Song:" Glee
Club: Buck Hill Conference.
"A comrade blithe and full of glee: wbo dures to
laugh out loud and free"
, Favorite Song: "Deep Purple"
Favorite Expression: "Well Wl'1G't are you g0i1'1g to do? '
Besetting Sin: Sarcasm, pointed wit
Redeeming Feature: Big brown eyes
Ambition: To be a child psychologist
Destiny: Mental patient
Idiosyncrasy: Cracking jokes
Usually Found: Writing letters
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Freshman: Student Council: Color Team Hockey:
Photographyg May Court. Sophomore: Color Team
Hockey: Cast of "A Ghostly EIveninqg" Art Club.
Junior: Homecrafts Club: Second Junior Essay
Award. Senior: Homecrafts club.
"Her very silence speaks to the people"
Favorite Song: HDOWI1 YOr1det"
Favorite Expression: "What did you say?"
Besezzing Sin: Crooked lipstick Q -
Redeeming Feature: Naive eXpreSSlOIl
Ambition: To be an elementary teacher t
Desziny: Head of a rest home
Usually Found: On horseback
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215 Holmecrest Road, Jenkintown
ball: Acorns:Glee Club. Sophomore: Varsity Hockey
Substitute: Second Team Hockey: Cheer Leader:
Acoms: Glee Club: Assembly Committee: May
Court. Junior: Vice-President: Second Team
Hockey: Second Team Tennis: Cheer Leader:
Acoms: Glee Club: Religious Lite Committee.
Senior: Business Manager of the Yearbook: Varsity
Hockey Substitute: Second Team Hockey: Cheer
Leader: Cast of "Cradle Song:" Acorns.
"Behold sbe is happy: tbere is gladness in
Favorite Song: "Star Dust"
Favorite Expression: "Did I tell you what l'1CIppened?'
Besetting Sin: Big feet
Redeeming Feature: "WllOleSOme laugh
Ambition: To be head of jewelry department at
Destiny: Shining jewelry at Woolworth's ,
ldiosyncrasy: Blowing nose
Usually Found: Ruiflinq the ice box
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Favorite Song: "Beyond the Blue Horizon"
Favorite Expression: "I CC11'1't fight it"
Beseuing Sin: Use of sun lamp
Redeeming Feature: Blonde hair
A mbizian: To become assistant to Mr. Einstein
Destiny: Kindergarten teacher
Idiosyncrasy: Chewing on erasers
Usually Found: Eating
Freshman: Photography. Sophomore:ACOI1'1S. Junior:
Secretary: Acoms. Senior: Secretary: Acornsi First
4205 North Broad Street, Philadelphia
"A rolling stone gathers no moss"
Favorite Song: "MCIYbe You'11 be There"
Favorite Expression: "CHU I have G hop to
Besetting Sin: Chewing gum I
Redeeming Feature: Shiny black hair
Ambition: To be Q medical secretary
Destiny: To marry Q doctor '
Idiosyncrasy: Startling color combinations
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Fres hman: Color Team Hockey: Second Team Basket-
ball: Art Club. Sophomore: President: Color Team
Hockey: Second Team Basketball: Color Team
Tennis: Acoms, Art Staff: Cast of "A Ghostly
Ever1ir1g:" Cast of a Book Day Play: Glee Club.
Junior: Acorns, Art Staff: Glee Club: Welfare
Committee. Senior: Vice-President: Treasurer of
Oaks Bank and Trust: Acoms, Art Editor.
"A daughter of the gods, divinely fair, and most
Favorite Song: "St. l..OLliS Blues"
Favorite Expression: "I've been jCtpped"
Beseczing Sin: Temper
Redeeming Feature: Pretty teeth
Ambition: To become first woman chief of F.B.l.
Destiny: Sheriff of Montgomery County
Idiosyncrasy: Usitlg big WOI'dS
Usually Found: Talking
Warminster Road, Hatboro A
Freshman: Color Team Hockey: Color Team Basket-
ball: Photography. Sophomore: Secretary: Color
Team Hockey: Color Team Basketball: Typing:
Glee Club: Play Prompter. Junior: Treasurer:
Color Team Hockey: Color Team Basketball:
Photography: Play Production: Glee Club. Senior:
Photography Editor of the Yearbook: Dramatic Club,
Treasurer: Glee Club, President: Second Team
Hockey: Play Production: Cast of "Cradle Song:"
"Treat your friend as if be might become an enemy"
Favorite Song: "Remember"
Favorite Expression: "Where did my dCIte
Besetting Sin: Flirting
Redeeming Feature: Figure
Ambition: To be a musical comedian
Destiny: First woman president
Idiosyncrasy: Heavy CICCeleI'CItO1' foot
Usually Found: With someone else's date
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We the Senior Class of 1952, being of sane mind do declare this to be our last will cmd
testament. We hereby bequeath:
Janet' s shortness to Charlotte Whalen.
Molly's frankness to Sandy Saur.
Kay' s passion for black and orange to Ginger Gable.
Lois' s station wagon to the hockey team.
Mary's first aid training to Judy Belfield.
He1en's curvacious figure to Nancy Ambler.
Nancy's dramatic ham to the cooking class.
Marianne's singing voice to Sally Redd.
Joan's assignment pads to anyone who can find them.
Evelyn' s complete composure to Lee Hammer.
Jerry's sarcasm to Carol Anderson.
Mimi' s feet to the kindergarten.
Barbara' s blonde hair to Sissy High.
He1ene's chewing gum to the assembly Doom chairs.
Gail' s vocabulary to Trudy Putney.
Geralyn' s sun lamp treatments to Mandy Funk.
We, the Senior Class, leave.
In witness hereto, we set our seal, this eleventh day of June, 1952.
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Looking back on those far distant
years, about 1939, we find Gail and
Geralyn making their grand entrance in
to kindergarten. At that time there was
an overwhelming number of boys in A.F.S.
So these girls enjoyed their kindergarten
days very much. We sort of doubt the
fact that they can still remember Mrs.
Adams' trying to make them walk like
elephants at rhythm time.
Soon the joys of kindergarten were
given up for the hard rigors of first grade.
Mimi joined our growing class. She came
in with a bounce, a bounce of twelve to
fourteen curls every day. She was the
only one who didn't seem adjusted to
rest period. F
' Second grade brought Lois and the
dismissal of the last three boys from the
class. But Lois soon took over in their
absence. She certainly was a tom-boy.
No one was safe at recess unless she
was a friend of Lois's. This year we
began almost daily trips to Mr. Bell, then
principal of A.F.S.
In the early stages of third grade, we
were overtaken by a horse craze that
lasted until seventh grade. We were very
happy when Joan joined us, for Joan had
a horse whinney, that no one could copy.
She succeeded in sounding most like a
horse for the rest of our Lower School days.
Molly joined us in fourth grade com-
pletely prepared with saddle, bridle and
Then in fifth grade came Helen. But
at that age she preferred goalie pads to a
saddle. We will never forget that year
trying to stifle our laughs in meeting,
that was until Mr. Scull scared us out of
them. One who never entered our class,
but whom we all shall remember was dear
old "Maggie", the Flemings' bulldog.
She certainly was a pet to all of. us in
At last we made our debut in the
Upper School. Barbara and Evelyn came
that year seemingly for the purpose of
entertaining us in the locker room with
their enlightning discussions of the past
weekend. Marianne came in Seventh
grade too, and all together we learned
the ways and means of dancing class.
We're just beginning to understand why
the Faculty didn't appreciate our pin
curls and hair nets every other Friday,
especially J oan' s bright red hair net. We
finally pulled through seventh grade and
managed to sing "Parris Angelicus" for
the first time.
Suddenly there we were in eighth grade.
We had heard a lot about the famous
health class with Miss Smith. Will we ever
forget the misery of having to draw the
heart over and over again? Every arrow
had to be in the right direction. That was
the year we seemed to have the entire
Abington Police Force out after us on
Mischief Night. It was fun, though! And
remember the swimming party Lois gave
at Mermaid Lake. We were all afraid to
slide down that great big water toboggan.
In Ninth grade Nancy joined us and
helped carry our increasing load of re-
sponsibilities. Jerry came that year, and
we found ourselves never lacking a joke.
Freshman Day was the big event of the
year, and together with Helene and Mary
we officially entered high school. How
proud we were when we trooped into
Mallon's after school all wearing our
rather wilted gardenias. Our cooking
prowesses were notorious in ninth grade.
Aside from the rancid pie, our first cake
sale went rather well, but oh, those
cooking classes. Joan looked slightly
green after eating her whole putty-
resembling pineapple upside-down cake
by herself. The next week she put mint
into the cookies instead of vanilla. Was
there some ulterior motive or was she
trying to rub us out in one easy try?
We soon found ourselves firmly
established in tenth grade. Our class
play went over very well with the help
of Janet who came just in time to be our
student director. Of course the tripping
over wires, too frequent appearances of
ghosts, and sagging davenports weren't
planned, but certainly gave the audience
a laugh. However, our project that year
was nothing to laugh at. The "decals"
with which we were going to make a
fortune didn' t arrive until June. Although
we had reached our sophomore year, our
tempers were not under control. This
time the fight was between Mimi and Gail,
and the end result was a grapefruit on
Mimi's then golden hair. Tenth grade
seemed also to be a year for parties.
Remember Lois' s slumber party where
Joan had to get into the bathtub because
nowhere else could she find a place
quiet enough to slumber. And of course
there was Jerry's house party at Ocean
City: the neighbors whom we never
allowed to sleep, the hoagies we con-
sumed, and poor Mary's unaccountable
greenness around the gills when she
tried to smoke her first cigarette. The
shore will never be the same as it was
before the ' 52' s galloped through.
Our Junior year of course, brought the
much awaited Ring Dinner with it. Wearing
our beautiful class rings, we really felt
grown up. After making enemies of every-
one by trying to sell our wonderful
"decals", we decided-we'd sell Avon
cosmetics. With Kay the latest addition
to the class, helping us, we managed to
give everyone around a ten years' supply
of cosmetics. With only minor mishaps,
such as the ready-whip fight we had in
the parking lot, in which mainly the cars
suffered, the year sped along all too
rapidly. After the Class Day Luncheon,
we found ourselves picking daisies,
daisies, and more daisies. The last
straw or really the last daisy, was the
dress which Lois wore to the Junior Prom.
You guessed it - the dress was covered
with daisies! The Junior Prom, by the
way, was nothing short of ,a miracle.
After about ten "prom decorations"
meetings at which we only got around to
making decorations at the last two or
three, we found ourselves with only half
an hour to pin these lovely fish on the
walls. However we did it in twenty
minutes , and the prom was a great success.
Before we knew it, we were Seniors
and the'Ring Dinner, Senior Prom, and
Yearbook were upon us. The Ring Dinner
went off beautifully in spite Of the fact
that the caterer was an hour late. After
overcoming a little difficulty in the
beginning of the year with some of the
girls preferring the Arrow to the lunchroom,
we managed to have a very successful
Senior Prom, it was the first formal dance
in the new gym.
Such events as exams, the big play,
Arbor Day, and May Day journeyed through
Spring with us. Graduation exercises
completed our years at A.F.S. We have
all decided we have had a wonderful time,
arguments and all.
A string of Ladies?
Which twin has the
May Day 1951
Sleeping or Dead?
Miles of Smiles
'That tid bit of
A New Janitor!
Cheese Cake on
Miss Lib goes into
Old Grad cmd who's
The bus corner
Up side down
That's not water!
Joan on the buckef
Heads of the class
Posing on the swing
Darkies in May Day
UH! 'That Looks Tasty
Then there were eleven
Mary be different
Pun at Mol1y's
What are you looking
As I looked down at the earth from my
perch atop Mount Lunar, on the Moon, I
noticed a strange gathering which I had
to look into. Let me explain that I am
the Man of the Moon, and since I am the
only inhabitant up here, I often lack
something to do, so I seat myself atop
the highest mountain and look down on
the earth for entertainment.
This strange gathering I mentioned
turned out to be the twenty-fifth reunion
of the renowned "Galloping '52's" from
Abington Friends School. They were all
heading west, via train, plane and auto-
mobile, for the Lazy H ranch just outside
Banff in western Canada. The Lazy H
is owned and operated by Miss Lois
Helweg, who, after many years of experi-
ence on western dude ranches, decided
to open one of her own.Hers is now famous
for its wonderful horses and excellent
accommodations for all her guests.
I saw a tiny French car drive in the
long driveway and when it pulled up to
the entrance and stopped, two ladies
alighted. The f1rst was Miss Kay Heisley,
known in the world of fashion as Beatrice,
who had just returned from Paris where
she assists Jacques Fath, Jr. in his
winter collection andalso introduced some
of her own gorgeous creations, which
incidentally made a big hit. The other
lady was Miss Heisley's equally famous
friend, Dr. Nancy Koehler, the newly
appointed head of the Mayo Clinic. Dr.
Koehler has performed many very daring
and breathtaking operations, some of
which were never before attempted, and
has never had a failure. For her contri-
butions to the medical field, Dr. Koehler
was awarded the Nobel Prize last year.
Looking off toward the Lazy H landing
field, I saw a plane just coming to a
stop, and walking down the steps was
Miss Geralyn Winner, candidate for
President of the United States in the
coming election. She had taken time out
from her campaign to come to Canada to
see her classmates from high school again.
Before beginning her political career,
Miss Winner very successfully established
a ballet school after her own retirement
from the theater where she was extremely
successful and popular withtheaudiences.
Following her down the steps, I saw Miss
Winner's private secretary, Miss Helene
Weissman. Miss Weissman got a great
deal of practice in secretarial work in her
last twoyears atAbington Friends School,
when shewas secretary of the class.After
that, no job was too difficult. However, it
was only last year that she took the job
that Miss Winner offered, because she had
also been very busy in her other occu-
pation, a fraternity pin company, estab-
lished soon after her graduation from
Abington Friends, and specialized in
medical fraternity pins.
I glanced in another direction and saw
a train pull into the Banff station. Shortly
after it stopped,I sawMiss Joan Schneid-
erwirth, author and critic, alight. Miss
Schneiderwirth is quite well-known for
her books on the care and feeding of
Student Councils throughout the world. As
a critic too, she is famous for her excell-
ent write-ups on the hit Broadway plays.
With Miss Schneiderwirth, I saw the
illustrious ex-captain of 1966 Olympic
Hockey Team, Miss Helen Hurlbut. Miss
Hurlbut' s team, by their last minute goal,
won the hockey title as well as the
Olympic Title for the United States in
l966. Miss Hurlbut has a remarkable motto
which she says wins for her every time:
"Hit them hard, hit them fast, and if
they get up, hit them again!"
Soon after these ladies arrived, another
car drove up cmd out stepped the world
renowned star of the Metropolitan Opera
Company, Miss Marianne de la Mayer.
She has created aworld famous reputation
for herself in her marvelous role as
Carmen, and thousands flock to see her
performances, both in this country and
After Miss Mayer, arrived the dis-
tinquished Dr. Janet Albertson, President
of the National Federation of Junior
Colleges. Dr. Albertson has had a tre-
mendous success with her venture into
the field of education and it was she who
established the Federation. However, her
achievements are not limited, she has
recently received a patent for five-inch
heels for short-shorties such as herself.
Iam sure these new heels will be appreci-
ated throughout the world.
Next to arrive was Miss Barbara
Tatzlaff, now Treasurer of the United
States. This, I suppose, all stems from
her experience at Abington Friends School.
She has recently set up a budget for the
nation which, if followed for two or three
years, will pay off our National Debt.
This budget has also been used by many
organizations to help themselves out of
bankruptcy. Accompanying Miss Tetzlaff,
was Miss Miriam Taylor, head of the
"School Reform Program." Her program
calls for a light green Senior Room in
every school and a lunch room featuring
butlers and filet mignon every noon. Also,
she is trying to introduce a new plan for
helping students develop a walk some-
what like her own now-famous stride.
Following these two ladies, came Miss
Jerry Stull, head of the research depart-
ment at the Mayo Clinic, who has devoted
her life to ridding the world of disease.
She has spent much time in her research
and has discovered cures for heart
disease and the common cold, two of the
most needed cures. She has recently
announced that she has discovered a cure
for which there is no known disease!
With Miss Stull also came those two
world-renowned painters, Miss Molly
Greer and Miss Gail Wilson. Miss
Greer is knovm for her many landscapes
of Cape Cod life which have made her a
sizeable fortune. She has also done a
good number of studies of horses and
portraits of all the Kentucky Derby
winners for the past ten years. Cn the
other hand, Miss Wilson is famous for
her unusual poses and her portraits of
many men in the underworld, and, through
these portraits, she has several times
helped theF.B.I. catch allof the criminals
on the "Ten Most Wanted" list. She is
really adept at portraitures of this sort
and has been asked by other governments
to do the same type of work for them, but
she has said they must wait until she has
completed her work here.
Miss Mary Hurd, beloved by Girl Scouts
and Brownies the world over, was the next
to appear. Among the many achievements
to her credit is the establishment of the
United Girl Scouts of Europe and Asia.
Miss Hurd is now about to launch a new
campaign to unite all Girl Scouts through-
out the world into one big happy family.
The last lady to arrive was Miss
Evelyn Steelman, heiress to the Steelman
turkey millions and the founder of the new
national sport, turkey hunting. Miss
Steelman was always a fox-hunting
enthusiast, but one day, when the hunt
met at her home, some of the turkeys
escaped from their pens. The hounds
sensed something was wrong, and started
out after them. The riders followed on
horseback and soon discovered that this
was much more exciting than fox-hunting,
and so began the new national pastime.
After I saw that all sixteen of these
distinguished ladies had gathered for their
reunion, I peered earthward once more to
see if there was anything else exciting
going on. Since I could find nothing, as
a haze had covered the earth,I descended
from my mountain post to await another day.
First Row: Ruth Estes: Ruth Schabacker: Bertha Huey: Grace Duer: Anne Ritz, Assistant
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