Abington Friends School - Outward Bound Yearbook (Jenkintown, PA)
- Class of 1953
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Text from Pages 1 - 80 of the 1953 volume:
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In a mood of gratitude we Seniors express sincere
thanks to our parents. Through the years they have
been constantly beside us, and we recognize their un-
dying efforts to please us. They have opened homes as
well as hearts to us when We gave parties. Furthermore,
they have united with us in the true A.F.S. spirit, mak-
ing it possible for the school to have many of the needed
revisions. They have guided us, seeing our shortcomings
and oftentimes poor judgments, but loving us just the
same. In short, our parents have made our youth the
happiest, most fruitful years of our lives. It is with these
few ideas in mind that we erect an eternal monument
in each of our hearts for our parents.
We, the class of 1953, take great pleasure in
dedicating our yearbook, OUTWARD BOUND,
to two of our faculty members, Miss Ritz and
Through the years our class has ever been
aware of the efforts of Miss Ritz to make us a
happy and satisfied group. She has succeeded
many times in granting our wishes, and we are
heartily grateful for her constant considerations.
Not only has Miss Ritz rendered us faithful
service, but also she has shown us how to "live"
the music and art we have learned from her
To Miss Huey we also dedicate our year-
book because we realize that without her efforts
many of us would find our futures very difficult.
She has taken many hours to plan with us, ex-
plaining and directing to the best of her ability.
Miss Huey's ready smile and cheerful disposition
never fail to put us at ease when we are troubled.
And now we join together to salute two
women devoted to Abington Friends and her
FACULTY AND STAFF
lfiml mfr: Many Helen Bicklcy. .Kuna Lois Riu. Axsislrzzzl In lin' Hz'ruln111.sl1'r,' Paul Goulcling,
Howzml l3n1'Il'z11n. ll1'r111'mr1.xl1'r: KQHIKL' Tues. lilczmm' lilnmrc. .Srrmzzi mzu: Consllc-lu Fitz-
Ilillliflx. llljllllllfilll' Hcmlricks. Izmlhcr Cioulding, Yumnc Clhzllnpignclll, Grace Ducr. llcrlhzl
Huvy. lilczmor lh-scaling. Ruth Gold. lilimhcllm Smith. Tlzirrl mum' George .L Honlmcr, Rulr
Cl'l Bacon, George J, I-Iorchcr.
228 North Bent Road, Y'Vyncote
Sophomore: Glee Club, Second team hock-
ey: Second team basketballg Second team
tennis: Typingg Second Academic Honors.
junior: Class Treasurerg Secretary-Treasur-
er of Glee Club, Set for "Cradle Song"g
Varsity hockey, Varsity basketballg Second
team tennis, Arornsg junior Award. Senior:
Class Treasurer, Glee Clubg Varsity hock-
eyg Varsity basketball, captaing Exchange
Editor of A corns.
"Excef'dingly pleasant, so merry and gamesome she is called"
Andy entered A. F. S. in tenth grade, and
ever since her sparkling personality and enthusi-
asm have delighted us all. She's not just fun,
however, but a responsible captain of our basket-
ball team, and the miserly treasurer of our class.
Andy is also active in Glee Club. Undoubtedly
her beautiful soprano voice will be one of our
memories. She is also famous for her 1946 Ford
that practically stays together, though what
would we do without it? Andy, as everyone real-
izes, is extremely gullible. Remember the cows
that stood on the hill with two short and two
long legs, or the history paper that would count
lor the whole quarter mark? All kidding aside,
everyone that comes in contact with Andy appre-
ciates her friendliness and good disposition.
junrru B1.,uai:1.m' BIQLFIELD
lli5li Susquehzunni Roald, Rydzil
Soplmnmrrz' Clee Club: Second tezun hofk-
ey: Color tczun lmsketlmll: ,-learns: NVell'are
Committee. Klunior: Clee Club: Color tezun
llockeyz Color teznn basketbzillt Photogra-
phy Club. Senior: Clee Clubg Second tezun is
hockey: Second tezun bzisketbzillg 'l'yping.
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'Tinfr' Ihy lhouglil no fllllgllfn
"A horse, at horse, my kingdom lor a horse."
These words could well have been szlid by -Indy,
lor we know ol' no one who zipprecizlles il good
ll0I'SClJ2lfli ride quite so much. Aside lrom the
riding stable, -ludy can be lound ut the Abing-
ton in the swimming pool: and she is at use-
lul person to have around, lor -Indy has passed
her Senior I.il'e Saving test. A fommon seene in
school is -ludy's hobbling upon crutches or wulk-
ing in with an sling on her 1ll'IIl. XVhzit will
happen next? She hzis us :ill guessing. .Xlthough
tludy gives the impression ol' being reserved, we
alre olten surprised by her unexpected humor,
und we ull npprefizlte AIudy's honesty Zlllll her
strziight'lorwardness in class meetings.
JANE CAROL BROOKE
652 Lindley Lane, Glenside
Fresllman: Class Treasurer: Color team
hockey, captaing Color team basketball
Second team tennisg Typing. Sophomme
Glee Club, Sophomore Play: Second team
hockeyg Second team basketballg Second
team tennisg Aforns. junior: Glee Club
Second team hockeyg Second team basket
ballg Second team tennisg Assistant Editor
of .flcornsg Religious Life Committee
Affiliation Committee. Senz'o1': Editor of
Acowzsg Glee Clubg Second team hockey
Second team basketball.
'1Tl1e two noblest things, which are sweetness and light"
Jane is the most peaceable person in the
class, for she never gets into arguments, and her
calm manner has saved many a brawl. She, how-
ever, is far from passive, for Jane is editor of
.-learns this year, and participates in all athletics.
Jane is always ready and willing to lend a help-
ing hand and never minds going out of her way
to assist others. Her neatness has always im-
pressed us, and we all envy her for her own
little black Plymouth coupe, in which she so
willingly carts people around. The boys have
llOt passed jane by, either, for she is never with-
out one. .Iane's sweetness and concern for others
are valuable assets that have made her an
outstanding member of our class.
I,-xc1olf1a1,1x1a .Xxx F1-1L1mAN
69215 North XlllL'lt't'lllll Strcct, Pllilztclelpllia '
I"1'r:sllm11n.' Claus Scart-lztryg Color tciuu
llockvyq Color lt-:un lmztskctlxzllll ,'lf'l1l'l'l.Y,:
Huy Court. SfllI,llIIIIIll'I'.' Cla-L' Clubg Sopho-
lll0l'l' Play: Cust ol "Niue Cirlsni Color
It-:uu llotlu-yg Color lt-:uu b:lskt'tbztll: Plzty
l'romlut'tiou. llllll-UIQ' Clem- Club1 Book 11:15
Inlay: Play l,l'04llll'll0Il. Srwior: Cleo Club.
St-t'l't'l:ll'y: liook Dany lmlzty l'l11y l'rotlut'tiou.
"'l'l1r' .trawl ol .sllu,f'.s'.s' ix !'UII.Yf!lIlI'X' of f21ll'flfMl'U
out ol llQ,lllllLlllS 1IllllC'ZlllSlllg uo trouble. Surely
ut sht- uppcxtrs lll out- ol hcl' c'lcx't'1' SWCLIICI'
i'Ullll7lll2IllOllS. NVQ also t'OIlllL'K'l llttt word l2lXl
IICYCI' passing :tu uultiutl word.
lzultit- hm tlout- :tu 4-xt't'llt-ut job ol stzlviug
wt-'tl alll likt' to gm hcl' l-Ul'llllIlll. llztrkic is ll
silcut lllL'llilJCl' with at lot ol srllolztstic' zxbilitv.
tht- l'lz1y l'rocluc'tiou gftlllll llllil :tu t'ztgle'c'yt'tl
Clcc Club. xlYllt'll wc su' Izlckic iu our Illlllillfl
with ht-r uzuuc, lor vvcr sinrc sixth grzult-
Iuckit- has couuuutccl roustzlully bv tht- good
"olt"' llbiuvtou lztxi. XYC tzlkc our hut oll' to
tlzulalc lor hcl' uuztllt-ctt'tl ptwsollzllily zlutl lol'
HELEN HUNTER FITZGERALD
1851 Canterbury Road, Abington
Freshman: Second team hockeyg Second
team basketballg Varsity tennis: Typing.
Sophomore: Class Treasurerg Glee Clubg
Octetg Sophomore Play, prompterg Varsity
hockeyg Second team basketballg Varsity
tennisg Typing. junior: Student Councilg
Glee Clubg Varsity hockeyg Varsity basket-
ballg Varsity tennisg First Aid Clubg May
Court, Second Princess. Senior: Editor of
Outward Boundg Glee Clubg Varsity
hockey, captaing Varsity basketballg Hu-
man Affairsg Affiliation Committee.
"Thy smiles become thee well, therefore in my jJresenc'e still smile"
Helen is the versatile member of our class,
and anything she undertakes is done thoroughly
and conscientiously. As captain of our varsity
hockey and editor of the Yearbook, she has do11e
outstanding jobs, and we say congratulationsl,
These thirteen years at A. F. S. have brought
her popularity and success, and she deserves
both. Among her many assets is friendlinessg
she can make anyone feel at ease. Whenever
Helen has anything to do, she does it without
groaning or putting it off. We will always have
a great respect for her for this reason. Of course,
Helen isn't all serious. Watch out when she
starts gigglingg this girl can really be funny.
Aside from her spirit, we like her for her
understanding and patience with everyone.
ation f10lll1lIlllCC. Sf'IIli07'.' Glee Glubl
1820 Valley Road, Meaclowbrook
I'1H'KlllIlfUI.' Glass Vice-Imresiclentl Varsity
l1ocl4cyZ 111lL'l'Sl'K'l10ll211 hockey: Second lC2llll
basketball: Secontl tezun tennis: Typing.
.S'uj1l11mIrn'1'.' Glee Club: Octet: Varsity
hockey: Secoml teznn basketball: Second
tezun tennis: AI'IH'lI.S'. ,lIn1ir11'.' Glee Glubg
Octet: Varsity hockey: Second teznn basket-
ball: Varsity tennis: 1'11'st Aid Club: A11111-
Octet: Varsity lmckcyi Second tczun basket-
ball, captain: sec1'et:I1'y ol' Athletic Associ-
"She sits high in all the peupIe's lIl'1lTl.Yn
Ginger is our beauty with brown eyes and
lreckles. She shines in athletics, 1l2lY1llg bee11
the first in our class to be 011 a varsity lC2llll.
Her SlJUl'lb1ll2lllS1l1lJ is inspiring and has letl
many a teznn to victory. Ginger is always willing
to co-operate and is very accurate and neat i11
all her work. She gets along wit11 e1'e1'yone,
l1l2lylJC because she always has time to listen
to your probleins and to give yoI1 a lilt. Some-
clay s11e will make someone an excellent wile
witl1 her orga11ixatio11 and clomesticity. One
can visualize her with about ten C1ll1l1I'CIl. XVe're
sure everyone will 1'CIl1ClIl1DCl' f11l1gL'l'lS blushes
and i1111oce11ce. And it is certainly her unal-
lectecl, l'1'iend1y lll2ll'll1Cl' that has lll2lllC and will
make Ginger so successful throughout lile.
VIRGINIA LEE HAMMER
1320 Fairacres Road, Jenkintown
Sophomore: Glee Clubg Color teaIII hockeyg
Second team tennisg Acorns. junior: Sec-
ond team hockey, Second team tennisg
Business Manager of Acomsg Second award,
junior essay, Properties for "Cradle Song".
Senior: Business Manager of Outward
Boundg Second team hockey, Tennis Man-
agerg Business Manager of .4c01'ns.
"Best, while you lmife il, use your breath"
Lee's energy and elfervescence are un-
bounded. She is always willing to undertake an-
other job, such as our class projects, getting it
for us wholesale. X'Vhat would we do without the
Hammers' wholesale accounts? Lee is business
manager of the Yearbook and one of the main
reasons for its success. Her definite ideas and
drive put life into, and make fruitful anything
she does. Lee's beautiful clothes, petite figure
and curly hair together make quite an attractive
girl, and don't think the boys haven't noticed
it. Everyone may tease her about her lack of
self control, but really she does try and is
determined to be successful. We are all grate-
ful for Lee's pep and enthusiasm. She has cer-
tainly given our class an added verve.
Et.tz.Ansi2't'tt I,ttc:Rtc't't,x Huzn
H10 York Roztd, .lenkintown
l'1l'If.X'llIlIllIl.' Second teznn horkeyl Color
tt-:nn lmskethztll: Varsity tennis: Typing:
Religious l,il'e Connnittee. .S'opllon1or1'.'
Student Counril: Varsity hockey: Second
teann lmsketlmztlll Varsity tennis: May
Coutli lypingl Buck Hill Fztlls Conler-
eine. I11nior.' Clznss I'resident: Clee Club:
Varsity ltockeyl Second tezun hztskethnll: '
Varsity tennis, cuptzuin: Typing. SI'!IffI1'.' if'
Ilunmn tXll'nrs: Lltattrnntn ol
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Clem' Cluh: President ol .Xthlettck .Xssoctav , " fy fr
tion: Varsity hockey: Varsity lmusketlmll: X gifts Za
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"As llll'H'y us ilu' lilly is long"
Sissy is the hutnorist ol' the class, and we
rant ztlwuys count on her to put us in zt good
tnood. Her jokes, the lunnor ol' which we
sontetinies wonder ill, Conte bursting Ollt with
her lzutglner. ntttking everybody join in. "'l'he
Quail", :ts she is sotnetintes culled, loves the
XVest us ntuch :ts she loves to laugh, and this
is usually her inztin topic: ol' c'om'et'sznion. Sissy's
serious side is brought tnuch into evidence by
her sincere, kind ntztnner, und we often think
ol' her :ts one ol' the ntost ellicient in the class.
Along with other sports, tennis is an big pznrt
ol' her lile, und she is the stzn' ol' the teznn.
lVe ure :tlwztys cheered hy Sissy's lun und good
BARBARA ANN Hous1iHoLnER
403 Old Farm Road, XVyneote
F1'f'S,IIIIIll'Z.' Glee Club: Color team hockey,
Color team basketballg Home Crafts Club.
SU!JlIOl170li6'.' Glee Clubg Cast of Book Day
play, Color team basketball, Play Produc-
tion. j1lI1l.0T.' Clee Clubg "Cradle Song",
prompter: Typingg May Court. Senior:
Vic'e'president of Student Councilg Glee
Club, Cast ol Book Day playg XVelfare
Committee, chairman, Play Production.
"Possess1'1l with surf: ll gentle .soifereign graze, and of .s11f'l1 ffllflllllllffl-Q fH'f?.S'!?lIlY'H
Barbara, the oldest in the elass, impressed
us, when she come in ninth grade, by her quiet,
sincere manner. As we got to know her better,
we appreciated her good nature, her funny re-
marks, and very definitely her ability to drive
a Car. She is also noted lor her knitting skill,
which we appreciate especially when turning a
heel or finishing a sork. Football is a main in-
terest with Barbara, for she is an avid rooter
for both the Penn and Navy teams. Barbara is
one of the steadiest and most patient girls we
know, and we can always depend on her. Her
willingness to listen to people's troubles and
to help whenever she is needed shows us that
she is a true friend.
Cil'1R'l'RUlDl-I Louista Pu'1'N1iY
lll5 Rydztl Roald, Rydztl
l'v7'I'.Yl!IIllllIf Student Council: Color tezun
hockeyq Color teztm bztsketbztll: Acorns.
Sofnllozlionz' Clee Club: Sophomore Plzty:
Cust ol' "Nine Cirls"3 Color team hockey:
Color teztm bztsketbull: .4corn.s'.' Assembly
Committee: Many Court. .lIlHI.!H'.' Glee Clubg
Cust ol "Cradle Songug Editor ol' .1crn'n.s,'
Religious I,il'e Committee: Affiliation Com-
mittee: Cum Laude Society: French Honor
Society: Buck Hill Falls Conlerenceg May
Dzty nzn'rzttor. SFIIIIOIQ' President ol' Student
Council: Clee Club: Human Allztirs.
"Thou nr! zum' us thou nr! llffflllfffllln
Trudy would usually be pointed out :ts :tn
student. However, being Cum Laude
doesn't meztn she hats her nose in it book.
XVith her wisdom are combined common sense
und :tn ever reztdy sense ol' humor. Being presi-
dent ol' the Student Council, she seems to be
busy most ol' the time, but never too busy to
help you or give you some advice. Trudy lets
go att times, und this is when you see her doubled
over in laughter or blushing to the roots ol' her
hztir. Nevertheless, we will remember hex' lor
her dignity und her concern lor others. Yes, we
ztre sure 'l'rudy will ztlwztys be successlul in
whatever she does, whether it be in schoolwork
or just being her nztturztl sell.
lXlARY Lieoxta RABE
7316 Granite Road, Melrose Park
l"rffsl:11111z1.' Glee Club: Color teatn hockeyg
Color team basketballg A roms. S0fJllOH10Tl'f
Class Secretaryg Clee Club: Sophomore
playg Color team hockeyg Color team
basketball: Dance Club. lltmior: Glee Club,
librarian: Octet: Color team hockey,
Typing: Second award junior essay. Sen-
ior: Literary Editor ol' Oztlzunrzl Bound:
President ol Glee Clubg Octetg l-luman
Affairsg Religious Life Committee.
"'l'r11tl1 is .xi1l1jJ1e l'c'fll11Al'1.IIg lllffflllfl' study or art"
Ullarylec, how do you spell this word?"
"Mat'ylee, what do you wear to a college i
weekend?" Those are common questions which
are right down Marylee's alley. If only we all
could spell that well. Marylee has a powerful
alto voice, and she plays the piano, too, so
being elected Clee Club president seemed just
right. lVe all admire her beautilul handwriting
and that adaptable long hair. lt seems that in
her senior year Marylee had to work double
time in the science lab., so when she is lost
one will probably Find her studying a new
mold, "The Rabe Mold", or cooking up some
horrible smelling compound. But Marylee will
be remembered for her practical common sense,
definite ideas, her truthfulness, and her modesty.
Second team basketball: Second team ten-
SARAH JANE Riino
Pine Road, Fox Chase, Philadelphia
I'll'l'.S'lllIIlIII.' Clee Club: Color team hockey:
nis: Dance Club. Soplmnzorrx' Glee Club,
librarian: Octet: Make up lor "Nine
Girls": Photography Club: Religious Life
Committee: Buck Hill Conference. ulunior:
Glee Club: Octet: Make up lor "The
Cradle Song": First Aid Club. Senior: Glee
Club, class representative: Octet: Cheer-
leader: President ol' French Club.
"Ki11d.s' words are the IIIIISIAI' of the world"
Sally? NVell ,.... jolly . . . singing . . . al-
ways a little late . . . These are the things we
naturally think of when we hear her name.
XfVe can't thank Sally enough for making us
laugh when a blue feeling comes on or getting
us to sing fand always on tunej during an idle
moment. That frequent, "Come girls, Octet
practice" is a lasting memory. There is no doubt
that her enthusiasm has spurred on many a
Glee Club. VVe will always remember Sally's
parties, especially the open house alter the
.junior Prom. Sally has the gilt of giving com-
pliments whenever deserved, and she can always
pep up her classmates. XVe will never forget
the spice Sal adds to the class of '53.
NATALIE 1iLk1Ns Rmivlis
Flying Heels Farm, Southampton
1'-l'E?SlIlllIIlIl Color team hockey: Color team
basketball: Acorns. Sopl1on1or1'.' Clee
Club: Sophomore Play: Cast of "Nine
Girls": Second team hockey: Color team
basketball: Dance Club. junior: Clee
Club: Cast of "Cradle Song": Varsity
hockey: Color team basketball: Color team
tennis: Dance Club: Assembly Committee:
Afliliation Connnittee. Senior: President of
Dramatic Club: Varsity hockey: Secretary
ol Dance Club: Chairman ol Assembly
"He will lmm' true glory who 1I1'spi.ses glory"
"Itch" is a well liked member of our class,
with her pretty brown eyes and varied interests.
Riding ability comes easily to her: you should
see the ribbons and cups she has won. One thing
that is dear to her heart is "the ranch"-we
think the XVest is in her blood. She can always
be counted on lor her enthusiasm and partici-
pation: you can hear her cheering the loudest
lor hockey and basketball. She not only cheers
for the teams but is a very valuable player.
Here is one girl who says what she thinks
without wasting her breath. She gets along
easily with people and is a friend to everyone.
The intelligence and serious concern which she
has for others cannot be surpassed.
Sophomore Play: Cast ol' "Nine Cirls":
Cokixxia Vlllllllik Roxuc:
litlli Lindley Road, Clenside
l"n'.tl11m111.' Color teant hoekey: Color tc-'nn
basketball: l'lay l'roduc'tion: Second ui
denuc' honors, .Soplzmfzmw Clee Club:
Color teatn hockey: Play l'roduc'tion: Sec'-
ond ac'aden1ic' honors. blunior: Glee Clubg
Cast ol' "Cradle Songug Book Day play:
Color teznn hockey: l'lay l'rodut'tion' Stu-
dent librarian: lfrench Honor Society.
S1'Ilf0V.' Class X'7ll'l'-lll'l'Sllll'llll Clee Club:
Vice-president ol Draniatic' Club: Book
Day play: Hoekey team Ill2lIl2lgL'l'l Play
l,l'UllUi'll0lll Student librarian.
"Hifi mr' rl1'.vr'o1n'.s'1f, I will I'IIf'llIlIIf thine r'ru"'
Do you need any help, or do you have
anything to be done? Corinne will pitch in very
ably and plan to the last detail. This, plus
her unending efforts with decoration and other
plans, was what tnade our ylunior and Senior
Proms so suec'essI'ul. She has a great interest in
drznnaties both in school and out, and has not
only acting ability but a knaek lor digging up
properties. Her hands are always busy. since
she's a ehanipion sock knitter. XVhen Corinne
isn't industrious, she van be lonnd telling sotne-
one the latest. Corinne is the shorty ol our class,
but what she doesn't have in size is tnade up lor
by her friendliness.
SUZANNE EL1zABE'rn SiMoN
1021 Cypress Avenue, -Ienkintown
I'l1'6'SlIIlNI1IS Class President: Color team
hockey: Color team basketball: Color team
tennis: Typing. Sophrmimra' Glee Club:
Sophomore Play: Second team hockey: Sec-
ond team basketball: Second team tennis:
Dance Club. -lzuzimx' Glee Club: Second
team hockey: Second team basketball:
Dance Club: May Court. Sl'7ll'0I'.' Glee
Club: Varsity hockey: Human Affairs.
"Happy am 1: from rare 1,111 free! l'Vl1y 1zren't they all crmterzt like me?"
Sue's spirit and sense of humor make her
a valuable member of the '53's. She is always
on the ball and great fun to be with. Sue's
willingness to help out has been a great asset
to our proms and projects. She also has a great
knack for getting to the point and saves us a
lot of wasted time in class meetings. Sue is
always surprising us with those unexpected re-
marks-sometimes we think she even surprises
herself-you should see her blush! And how
could we forget that milk jar at lunch ever '
since second grade? She will never live that
down. Sue's naturalness and unaffected person-
ality have brought her many friends: it's her
friendliness and sincerity that have endeared her
BRITA SELMA Srnaximrikc
A175 Sylvania Avenue, Clenside
1"r1'.sl1nm11.' Cast ol' "Our Hearts l'Vere
Young and Cay": Color team hockey: Color
team basketball: Color team tennis: Play
Production: Religious Life Committee.
Soplrrnrzorzu Clee Club: Sophomore Play:
Book Day play: Cast of "Nine Cirls": Sec-
ond team hockey: Color team basketball:
Second team tennis. -lIHI1.0l'.' Class Vice-
prcsident: Clee Club: Cast of "Cradle
Song": Second team hockey, captain: Sec-
ond team tennis: Play Production: junior
essay award: Second academic honors.
Senior: Class President: Glee Club: Book
Day play: Varsity hockey: Dance Club.
"A good nnrnf' is miller to be chosen than great ri1'l1f's"
XVe can be thankful to have Brita a mem-
ber of our class, for it seems that she is in the
center of almost every activity whether it be
art, dramatics, dancing or sports. Brita is an
influential leader also. As our vice-president, she
did a wonderful job working on the -Iunior
Prom, and she made an excellent Senior Class
president, exercising her notable tact. Brita has
a wellsrounded knowledge and a sincere interest
which makes her have so many friends. Y'Ve
. will never forget the house parties at Brita's.
No group can claim they had as much fun as
we did those three days in Stone Harbor. But
most of all, you can't help liking Brita's en-
: thusiastic appreciation for anything done for
the class as well as for herself.
NIARTHA lN'lURlIil. YVIIQGAND
962 Frog Hollow Terrace, Rydal
Fl'l'.S'llI1Ill7I.' Secgond team hockey: Color team
basketball: Photography Club. Sopllmzzorzf:
Class Presidentg Sophomore Play, student
directorg Properties lor "Nine Girls":
Treasurer of Photography Club. .1IlIIfOl'.'
Second team hockey: Properties lor "Cradle
Song": lreasurer ol' Photography Club.
Sl'IIIiUl'.' Photography Editor of OllfZL7II7'Cl
BUIIIIKIAQ President of Photography Clubg
Treasurer of Oaks Bank and Trust Co.
"She erzlurgellz her mirllz so fm"
Marty is our comedian. She has been sup-
plying us with laughs ever since First grade.
Marty's wisecracks and ready retorts are likely
to pop up even at the most serious moments.
But she has, very definitely, a serious side, too.
She knows when to withhold and when to ex-
press her opinions, and in the latter case is
mature. Independence and efficiency have made
her an influential member ol' our class. Marty
seems to know everything there is lo know
about photography and has done a hue job as
photography editor ol the Yearbook. Marty is
also a roamer. She may always be lound travel-
ing the highways. Wlatch out! VVC all appreciate
her genuine wit and practicality, but her most
outstanding feature is love-of-life.
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basketball: Ar'ori1.s: May 'Courg Suplzlil
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Color team basketball: A1'oms, art staff.
-lIlHlU7'.' Clee Club: Second team hockey,
Second team basketball: Arorns: Buck Hill
Conference. Srrzior: Assistant Photography
Editor ol' Outwzzrd Bound: Clee Club:
Sefond team hockey, co-captaing Varsity
basketballg Arorns, art editor.
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"Study men as well ns books"
Nat's good nature and sympathy have al-
ways been an asset to the .'53's. This old timer,
here since Kindergarten Five, has always had a
keen judgment ol' people, which makes her one ol
the most understanding girls in our glass. Her
originality and ability in art, which you see
exhibited in our figures and posters for the
proms, will carry her a long way. She always
seems to be painting or drawing something,
whether it's posters, Christmas cards or just plain
doodling. Aside from her interest in art, Nat
likes horseback riding, and her help is ap-
preciated by the Philadelphia Workeamps and
Abington Hospital. Her independence and
whimsy make her an individual, and her dis-
like for superfieiality and insineerity will be a
strong guide in whatever she undertakes.
MARY Louisa Yonai:
330 Montier Road, Glenside
Soplzmfzore: Glee Club: Color team hockey:
Color team basketball: Afm"r1.s. jzmior:
Class Secretary: Clee Club: Costumes for
"Cradle Song": Second team hockey: Sec-
ond team basketball: Tennis manager: Ex-
change Editor of Amrns. Senior: Class
Secretary: Glee Club: Second team hockey,
co-captain: Treasurer of Athletic Associa-
tion: Human Affairs.
"It is written to be lzonmnlzle is to be l1umI1Ie"
One seldom catches Mary in a blue or very
serious mood: in fact, she is usually quite sunny.
Despite Mary's love of fun, she can be "down
to earth" and has proved her executive ability
by being the class secretary throughout the
junior and senior years. Wfe find her often writ-
ing letters to her many friends all over the
United States and Canada. Speaking of Canada
-that is what Mary talks of most. Mary also
thinks a lot about her future as the editor of a
newspaper, a goal which we hope she will
achieve. Mary is the kind of person in whom
you feel free to confide, and it is her relaxed,
congenial manner that puts everyone at ease.
We, the Class of 1953, being of sound inind and body, do declare this
to be our last will and testament. We hereby bequeath the following:
CARo1. leaves her home permanents to Betsy Helveston.
junv leaves her "horse sense" to Jane Jordan.
JANE leaves her adeptness at knitting to Joanne McDowell.
JACKIE leaves her nailpolish to Barbara Danehower.
HELEN leaves her athletic ability to jane Cobourn.
GINGER leaves her figure to the skeleton in the science lab.
LEE leaves her ebullience to Mary Ickler.
SIssY leaves her "High" laugh to Joan High.
BARBARA leaves her stage fright to Shirley Pearson.
TRUDY leaves her love for basketball to Adele Fitzgerald.
MARYLEE leaves her college weekends to Betty Ann Smith.
SALLY leaves her airplane to Janet Scott to Hy around in.
NANCY leaves her frankness to Charlotte Whalen.
CoRlNNE leaves her 5 feet 1 inch to the junior Class.
SUE leaves her unruffled disposition to Joan Oppenheimer.
BRITA leaves her glasses to Barbara Sheppard.
MARTY leaves her jokes lingering in the locker rooin.
NA'l' leaves her natural blondness to Carol Young.
MARY leaves her Western lingo to Mandy Funk.
The Senior Class leave their annual house party to another jolly
The Senior Class leaves ....
In witness thereof we set our hand and seal this tenth day of June,
The Class of 1953
lVe now turn back the calendar to 1939, when we find Sissy High, the oldest
member of the '53's, entering kindergarten four. The teachers couldn't figure out
whether she was a budding circus clown or had the beginnings of a cowgirl. She
was always either laughing at some joke or playing cowpoke with the boys.
In kindergarten five, Nat Mlriggins, Sue Simon, Brita Strandberg, Trudy
Putney, and Helen Fitzgerald arrived. Nat and Brita spied the paint jars and
started improving the room with touches of yellow here and purple there. Helen
and Trudy found kindergarten a series of whose turn it was for the pink chair.
Sue made friends with the boys. They were good patients she said, and they gave
her experience in practicing to be a veterinarian.
First grade-we will never forget the day Marty Wiegand joined us. We
thought she was a boy, since her hair had been cut off in a bout with 'scarlet fever.
She soon made friends with everyone and had us all in knots as she taught us
Second grade was interrupted by periodical air raids and spelling tests. VVe
had to stand books in front of us on the tables-insurance against peeking. All
went well until Helen took a look at someone else's paper. Her spelling hasn't
been the same since!
The boys didn't return in third grade. XfVe must have been too much for
them! Anyway, we got along just as well without them! The fire escape at the
end of the hall proved to be a great temptation to us, and more than once Sue
and Sissy were kept in from recess for taking a short cut to the playground. Our
spelling and pronunciation were progressing, but we had quite an argument
about whether it was dinoSOVVER or dinoSOOR.
Fourth grade brought us Sally "The Bird" Redd. She soon impressed us
with her singing and led the class as we joined in on "Chiquita Banana" before
listening to the "Science Is Fun" broadcasts every Monday. This interest in
science did not detract from our project of knitting an afghan for Greece. Too
bad Ginger wasn't there to help us!
Ginger Gable did come in fifth grade and was soon busy winning the jacks
games and the juniprope tournament. These were just the beginning of her bril-
liant sports record. Wie appeared every Wlednesday in our green Girl Scout uni-
forms, and people started getting tired of our oft repeated question, "Do you
want to buy some cookies?"
jackie joined us in sixth grade amid preparations for Miss Moore's wedding.
Her engagement shower was a big success, though our poor teacher almost broke
her ankles trying to keep up with our jitterbugging To show that we were
really learning some Spanish, we gave a program about Rolito, a little Mexican
boy. Wfe drove our parents crazy, trying to speak Spanish at every opportunity.
lt was fun being the oldest class, but we looked forward even more to becoming
the youngest as we entered seventh grade.
In seventh grade we crossed the threshold from the lower school to the upper
school. A new girl, in the small form of Corinne Rolnig, kept us entertained with
her tales of Penn Charter. This was a memorable year. We also had our first male
teacher, Mr. Smith. And everyone knew Georgie, our little invisible friend.
Eighth grade brought jane Brooke and Trudy Putney. Our favorite pastime
was cooking. Ginger proved her ability by boiling peas not only in the pot, but
in the box as well. Then came the poisoned jello, which Mrs. Estes got by mis-
take. Enough said about that. Sissy's other diversion was to soak a handkerchief
with perfume and pretend it was chloroform. Once a teacher was chloroformed
instead of Sally. j
In ninth grade, we were welcomed with four girls: Nancy Reeves, Marylee
Rabe, Ruth Ingersoll, and Barbara Householder. On Freshman Day we were
initiated into the upper school. Our play was ingenious. We were disappointed,
though, the following day, because of icy weather. Too many girls were absent.
We had been so anxious to see everyone with straight hair parted in the middle.
After Freshman Day we wore lipstick without having the guilty feeling of being
too young, much to the dislike of the faculty.
In tenth grade four girls came to complete the '53's: Lee Hammer, Carol
Anderson, Mary Yoder, and Judy Belfield. Carol soon displayed her singing
ability, which became an asset to our class. Helen was more surprised than any-
one else when her picture was sent to an art exhibit. This year, we took our first
real interest in the Dramatic Club play. VVC also gave a smaller production called
"Mamma's Getting Married". Our Latin classes were quite lively, and Lee kept
them jumping. Who said that it was redheads who have terrible tempers? june
brought with it Brita's houseparty in Stone Harbor, and everyone had a wonder-
In our junior year we still had the largest class in the upper school, but our
Latin class was rather small. It was interesting, though. We discussed everything
under the sun and a few things above it. Finally, we got our class rings which
made us feel grown-up. Speaking of rings. how surprised we were when Ruth
appeared with a diamond on the right finger. "Gee", we thought, "who will be
next?" We decided on jewelry as our class project. Lee immediately responded
with "I can get it for you wholesale." 'The junior Prom was our big event. We
tried to turn the club into one of the Hawaiian Islands. Remember the pond of
water that leaked? Missing persons could usually be found out on the first tee.
By the time graduation came along, we all hoped that we would never see an-
other daisy. At the houseparty, Casey Crime Photographer, better known as
Marty, was forever sneaking around corners and catching us off guard. The pic-
tures in the yearbook are proof of that.
At last we were seniors. Our senior year involved a lot of hard work with
the yearbook, prom, Ring Dinner, and other events, but it wasn't all work. We
had fun, too. Our class alone turned out enough socks for the U. S. Army. It was
also a year of hen parties, since most of the boys were either away at college or
in the service. Corinne held an election party, and Nat had a party for making
the snowman for the prom. lVe will never forget Carol's home permanent. She
left it up all night. Brita, Sissy, and Mary, our three Western gals, couldn't for-
get the trip out VVest, and they made sure that no one else forgot it either. Even
though we had a few mishaps, we managed to get through the remainder of the
year, because we were kept busy with the Dramatic Club Play, Arbor Day, May
Day, and finally our own Commencement. The play was successful, and on Arbor
Day, some new greenery was added to the school surroundings. We couldn't wait
to discover who was May Queen. lN7e thought about our graduation dresses 'way
back in November, so by june, we were prepared.
As time goes by and we stop to look back upon our years at A. F. S., we will
always remember them as years of happiness, the best years of our lives.
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"Any society editor could have covered this," grumbled Martha, Life photographer
"Some dame who attends parties to tell who was there could have done 'Life Goes On a Maid'
en Voyage', but I missed a scoop so I get to write 'The U. S. Elcarim began her maiden voy
age on June tenth, l973.'
"Better interview the captain's wife and get on with the gory details. To think I gave up
a perfectly good taxi business to visit the captain's wife," muttered Marty, knocking on the
"I came to see the old lady," Marty said when she was admitted.
"If you mean the captain's wife, I am she," came the reply. "I was Nancy Reeves. You
have to be Marty. VVhat are you doing here?"
"Are there any more shocks aboard that I could include in my article?" groaned Marty.
"You remind me," said Nancy, "I noticed a familiar name on the passenger list. Could
Sue Simon be the one we knew? She's listed in Cabin 12, right down this corridor. There she is!
Sue, Sue . .
"Yes?" came the prim reply.
"Are you Sue Simon of the A. F. Class of '53?"
"Nancy . . . Marty! I should have recognized you. I'm so mad at those children next door
I can't think. Father gave me the money he saved by my staying single, for this trip. I intend
to enjoy it. Excuse me while I inquire about the disturbance? Don't leave. I want to hear the
news," Sue exclaimed as she tugged at her shawl and hurried off.
"VVhere's your mother, young man?" inquired Miss Simon.
"I'm here, but I wonder why," came the reply. "May I help you?" asked a petite woman
hidden by her offspring.
"Your children are annoying me. If they aren't more quiet, I'll report them. This one re-
minds me of a classmate. Barbara must have her own now," said Sue,
"C0l1lCl you be Sue SiII1Ofli"' asked Barbara Householder,
"I am." '
"Excuse n1y children. I'll take them to the gymnasium to work off their excess energy
and then come back and visit," said Barb.
"Come to my cabin," said Sue.
"Wonderful! Come On, kids. Mama has a new area for you to explore," said Barb leading
her brood toward the gym.
"Pardon ITIS, miss. If I leave my Cliildr6n here, would you see that they don't use the In-
dian clubs on each other?" were about to be Barb'5 parting words,
"Sure, l and 2 and l and 2 and-," came the amazon's panting reply as she lifted the
dumbells. "Can't interrupt my Olympic training but I won't allow any murders except the
murder of that Songbird I'd gladly commit. I can't bear to hear 'Sweetheart of Sigma Chi' again,
It was, puff puff, my class song."
"Your class song? Could you really be Cnrinne Romig?" asked Barb incredulously.
'WVhy, yes. You seem familiar, too. Are you Barbara?"
"So many of the girls are here. You must join the reunion in Cabin l2," Said Barb,
"I have to exterminate that singing first. Wlhy, I haven't seen the girls since I started at
"Haven't heard anything like this since Sally tried harmonizing that tune," grumbled Cor-
inne tracking down the wafting notes.
"Hello, lass, have you a request?" asked the gong bird,
"Yes, Could you find another place to practice? The nostalgia of hearing old songs is
ruining my training routine."
"Really, I should be practicing arias. I'm to sing with the Milan Opera. Isn't it thrilling?
But we were discussing 'Sweetheart Of Sigma Cl1i'. It does bring back memories. It was our class
song," warbled the SOngStrCSS.
"This is too far to stretch fate, but HFC you Sally Redd? The red hair is misleading, but
I don't look like the same Corinne either."
"Darling, you've changed, but I'd recognize you anywhere. Mfish I had time to chat, but
I Illllst dash. I'm just the tiniest bit late to sing at the VVonien's Highbrow Scientific Society's
tea," said Sally. "Will I see you again, doll?"
"The crowd is meeting in Cabin 12. Come and join us," called Corinne as Sally Hew off.
"Eek . . . Yvhere did all these horrible bugs come from?" screamed Sally upon entering
"This, Madame, is my renowned insect Collection. You must know Mary Yoder, all
American Entomologistf' came the reply.
"If I do your -er display has made me forget it. Could I find a cup of tea to settle my
"With lemon?" asked a stately woman, offering her one. "Since I invented the eflicient mail
service to Colorado, efficiency has been my motto."
"That sounds like something Jane Brooke would have done. Could you be she?" asked
"You're jane and you're Mary," observed Sally. "It's wonderful to see you. jane, ex-
plain your invention."
"I waited so long for mail in my high school days I determined to speed up mail service
between Pennsylvania and Colorado," said jane.
"l'd love to chat, but I've got to sing," said Sally, "but let's all meet in Cabin l2."
"You're going abroad to demonstrate your mail service invention, I'm going to lecture
on our six-legged friends, and I read recently that another of our classmates is on this voyage.
too. Have you seen Helen Fitzgerald since she became a famous pathologist?"
Glancing around the room and recognizing Helen, Jane and Mary greeted her.
"Oh," said Helen, "if it isn't .lane and Mary!"
"Mary just told me you were aboard," exclaimed Jane. "Are there any more surprises?"
"Yes," said Helen, "our class is well represented. I've discovered Carol. Here she comes."
"Surprise! I invented an infallible way to keep skirts down. I've been asked to show my
invention in Vienna. Isn't it exciting?" bubbled Carol. "All you do is put lead in your hemsf'
"It's grand seeing you. You look healthy after peering at germs every day," commented
"I wish I'd invented a way to keep my hair from grayingf' lamented Carol.
"There's a marvelous hairdresser aboard. Wlhy don't you see her and meet us in Cabin
l2?" suggested -lane.
"Thanks. l'll see you later," called Carol, rushing off.
Entering the beauty salon she addressed the proprietress. "l've heard you have a remedy
for grey hair."
"I have, but do you have a remedy for seeing things? You remind me of a girl I knew at
school," said the stylist.
"You have that effect on me. Are you Jackie Feldman?"
"Then you are Carol Anderson! I'm sorry but I must rush. I have an appointment. It's
wonderful to see you again," exclaimed jackie.
"Come join us in Cabin I2 later," said Carol. - ,
"Can you give me a quick shampoo?" asked a brisk voice, as Trudy Putney entered in a
dither. "I've a meeting and my hair looks dreadful. You'lI have to do something. By the way,
haven't I seen you before? I meet many people and I never remember where. Do I look famil-
"Yes, you do. Did you attend Abington Friends?" asked jackie.
"Yes, I did in the class of '53," said Trudy. "You're Jackie, aren't you?"
"Trudy, I've heard you were interested in social organizations. I guess you don't have
much time for other activities."
"No, I don't, and you have a fine reputation as a hair stylist, but seeing you, I forgot
where l'd I1lCt you!"
Having been told of the party in Cabin 12, Trudy hurried off to a United Nations ban-
I As the master of ceremonies introduced the speaker of the evening as "Miss Marylee Rabe,
the distinguished U. N. delegate who had recently won the 'I Speak for Freedom' contest with
her original address, and her friend and interpreter Miss Brita Strandbergf' the names seemed
familiar to Trudy. When Brita concluded with, "Oui, oui, I'll be a Frenchman," Trudy was
sure and rushed to speak to her distinguished classmates.
"This is the job I always wanted," said Marylee. "I can hardly believe I've actually been
so lucky. I'm helping people, but I never dreamed I'd ever go so far with one speech. The job
at the U. N. is so convenient to my beloved Long Island."
"I've enjoyed myself making faces at spectators at the U. N. from my glass interpreter's
box, too," said Brita. "Seriously, the opportunities are unlimited. For instance, I have an ap-
pointment with one of the ten-best-dressed women right now. Lee Hammer hasn't kept up with
her French, and she's going to France for a Fitting for jacques Fath. l'm tutoring her! Before
1 go, don't forget we're invited to Cabin 12. Au revoir."
As Brita entered Lee's cabin, an array of pill bottles greeted her eye before Lee spoke.
"Excusez-moi for eating," said Lee. "This is only my fourth coke today, but I am trying to
"Fine," said Brita tactfully. "You must be saving loads of money."
"Yes, but let's get busy. I have to go to a concert soon," Lee said.
A Good Man Is Hard to Do I have to take minutes
A a me
Behtting Song Favorite Expression Favorite Possession Besetting Sin
Powder Your Face With Ha, ha, ha" Her 1946 Ford Gullihility
Crazy Over Horses "l'll meet you at Sharpless's Her sling Brittle bones
Sweet and Lovely Oh, isn't that sweet." Connie Dangling her hand
Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life I don't know" Bananas Pooling with her hair
Have You Ever Been Ii-ew" Wally Her bad spelling
Keep It a Secret Suzanne!" Her father's I.D. bracelet Those knitting mistakes
Crazy Do you know what my Kleenex Lack of self control
Humoresque Now don't laugh." Her memories of the West Left handed compliments
A Heart Tlzat's Free "Oh, listen." Her knitting needles Talking on the telephone
Oh, johnny, Oh Seriously?" Her little black book Cracking up the Ford
Tell Me Why For heaven's sake." Her Webb pennant Getting herself out on a
I Love Life "Well, gang" H202 Bdilnlgblate
The Roving Kind What?" Her Marines Chewing erasers
Old Penn Charter Wait until I tell you." Dick's jewelry? Blnntness
Belle of the Ball "Doll" Her milk jar Losing something
Trust in Me Shut up, Quail Bottom" Her cowboy hat Faithfulness
Coffee and Cigarettes Take it easy." Her camera Illnesses?
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes Ye-ah" Her paint brush Chopping her hair
ball point pen
Find this meeting?"
CLASS PROPHECY lcontinued from page 232
"I finally trained myself to remember my French Composition Book so we can begin. Can
you conjugate mourir?"
After an hour of French and discussion of the Cabin 12 party, Lee departed for the con-
lVhen "Sagebrush Sis" turned out to be Sissy High astride a papier mache horse accom-
panying herself on a banjo as she sang "Only Two Hairs On His Chest", Lee was amazed but
rushed to greet her.
"I was going West another year," said Sis, "but I decided to see how the rest of the world
lives, so I'm earning my passage as an entertainer."
"Marvelous," commented Lee. "That horse looks alive."
"The creator's right behind you," said Sis giggling.
"Why, Nat! What are you doing here?"
'Tm to demonstrate my new ideas of sculpture abroad. Instead of important men I sculpt
the common man. Mlork camp inspired me," explained Nat.
"I'll never forget your prom Figures. Everything from palm trees to snowmenf' said Lee.
"Now it's horses to Women," said Nat. "I have an appointment to sculpt Ginger Gable.
It's for the Hall of Fame. Right now she's on her way to receive an honorary degree from Ox-
Playing the piano
Glow of health
Sense of humol
Willingness to help others
Getting up on cold mornings
Indelible lipstick that won't
Bad color combinations
Stockings with seams
Empty mail box
Formaldehyde and dissection
In a silly mood
In a taxi
In a yellow jeepster
At the yarn shop
Collecting for Wvelfare
At a meeting
In the lab
Cutting sports class
Giving people rides
To be a mountain climber
To ride in the Olympics
Colorado or bust
To break the bank at Monte
To be a lady F.B.I. agent
To get her Ph.D.
To be an ice folliette
To break wild horses
To go to an Annapolis dance
To be a bubble dancer
To be in Phil Spitalny's All
To be Amelia Earhart of '53
To be a hermit
To be a ballet dancer
To be a "Vet"
To he 4 inches high
To be head photographer of
I the Bulletin
To be a prima ballerina
To be an ice skater
Alter agreeing to meet at Cabin 12, they parted. Nat found Ginger studying.
"It's a problem, an ultra-advanced calculus I'm having a little trouble with," said Ginger.
"Would you mind if I study as I pose?"
They both worked diligently 'til Nat announced they'd need another sitting which could
be arranged at the reunion.
"Fine. Meanwhileh l'm going to the library to study this problem," said Ginger.
Entering the library, Ginger noticed a familiar face.
"Excuse me, but aren't you Judy Belfield?" she inquired.
"VVhy, yes! Ginger. How are you?"
"What brings you here, judy?"
"I'm going to Europe to receive an award for having the fewest accidents. Right now I'm
writing a speech on accident prevention."
"I always knew you'd have a brilliant career in that held," remarked Ginger. "If you're
nearly through, though, we could join the partv in Cabin l2."
Everybody joined the party. From that time on the U. S. S. Elcarim had a gay maiden
voyage until the disembarkation. The gala reunion was over.
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SL'll1llJ2ll'liCl'l5 pop-quizzes . . . ninth rc-
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leis . . . Mr. Sinith's spelling tests . . .
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To the white :uid blue llic Fifty-ll1rce's will siugg
lVc'll stand for you C,CI'Ill0l'C.
We try our best in all we do,
Striving Lo be 21 success.
As we go ou, we will always yearn
For the years at A.F.S., .
And wc'll always bc true
'l'o thc school that we love,
And Llic colors ol while :incl blue.
WHAT IS LIFE?
VVE do not know. It is something un- and C01'f1ell, IHQ
seen. It defies definition. It is almost l
infinite in its variety. Mfithout it all 5
bein f ceases. ll
5 li Realtors and Insurance Brokers
AND so it is with Service. In your deal-
ings with our bank you find it. We give
it in full nieasure-generously. Like Life, 0
itself, Service is unseen and defies defini-
tion. Wfithout it no business in the world
can Sul-Vive. Established 1892
Jenkintown Bank and '
Trust Company l
G HA'rBoRo, PA.
KIENKINTOWN, PA. '
Nos Meilleurs Voeux Vous Accompagnent
Sur Les Routes De La Vie
fOur best wishes go with you
along the road of life,
FROM THE CLASS OF 'S 4
PARKDALE FOOD MARKET,
Euston Roucl :incl Pzlrkclzlle Ave.
SCARBROUGH MOTORS, INC.
ISI-I Greenwoocl Ave. LDQOIIIZ 7909
ALADDIN BOOK SHOP
Greenwood Ave. amd Leedom Sl.
M. E. Alkus-Record Shop
l"lll.l, l.lNE OF CIASSICAI.
AND POPULAR RECORDS
79l0 High School Roald
ELKINS PARK, PA.
The Elkins Park National
Member Federal Reserve System
Federal Deposit Insurance
E1.1uNs PARK, PA.
High School Road and
I':l.klNS PARK, PA.
Phones: Melrose 5--1778. 5-25523
Com V1.1 M HNTS
CONTR.-XC'l 'ORS SUPPLIES
FRANK FLECK CO.
Builders Finished Hardware
603 West Avenue
Old York Rondfs
Oldest l,6',Dll7'lIII6IIf Slow
THE CLASS OF 1958
TWO MOST INTERESTED PARENTS
WHO FOR FOURTEEN YEARS
HAVE WATCHED THE PROGRESS
OF THE CLASS OF 1953
AND KNOW THAT SUCCESS IN THE FUTURE
WILL BE THEIRS
v 2 -"ff
Pl'l"I'SliURGlI PAINT PROIJUCIS
lizuslon Roald and XVeslcy Ave.
J., J., and B.
Greenwood Ave., Opposite
GUNS AND SPORTING GOODS
2l I Leeilom Street at Greenwood Ave.
Ogontz 6020 -Il'1NKlN'l'OXVN, PA.
KOENIG'S DRUG STORE
L. W. Oswald Drug Store
York Roald :at XVQSI Ave.
Ogonu 1200 Majestic 54-1000
For Over 27 Years
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City and Suburban Property
N. XV. corner Rising Sun Avenue
DRESSMAKING AND ALTERATIONS
2505 York Road-Room 207
435 Johnson Street
Phone: Ogontz 7806
APPAREL Ol" QUALITY
Ogontz 2932 -IuNK1N'rowN
FLYING HEELS FARM
to the .
GLASS OF 1953
DAVID BERUN CONTRACTORS
BEASLEY'S TRAVEL SHOP
718 Xvest Avenue '
Gifts Luggage Leather Goods
:iff f 'flf+H'ffW '41 GLFNSIDPZ, PA. Ogontz 8800
ALBERT FARBER rx Roads-Sewers-Excavating
ELKINS PARK, PA.
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Taylor Albertson Company
1620 W. Indiana Ave.
Philadelphia 32, Pa.
VENETIAN BLINDS SHADES
Harry C. Berlinger, Jr.
RUGS and CARPETS
Rubber and Asphalt Tile
Ogonlz 0434 7l5 Greenwood Ave.
W. J. PICKWELL
-123 YORK RoAn vIr:NK1N'1'owN, PA.
877 'IROYVNSHIP LINE
ELKINS PARK, PA.
Plant and Office: 605 VVest Ave.
We Call and l,I'lf'I'l'1'
Phones: Ogontz H553-H554
Charles H. McCutcheon
XVATCHINI.-XKER AND .IEYVELER
611 West Avenue
Ogonlz 7045 KIENKINTOXVN, PA
JOHN S. HURLBUT
704 X'Vest Avenue
Ogontz 5808 - 488-1
THE MORELAND 0
5 Charles A. Bott, Inc.
4817 North Broad St.
NATURAL and SYNTHETIC
-1660 N. 15th St.
, l'H11.,xm:1.1-1-IIA, PA.
Phone GI.. 5-8100
I Clmrlrfs xl. Boll
York and Fitzwzllcrtown Roads
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RILEY and ALESHIRE 35
ll YOUR HOME STATION
615 G1'G6llWOOtl AVC.
KIENKINTUXVN, PA. i
Atlantic Service Station
Lubrication - Washing - Ignition
Manufacturers' Representatives l Service - Minor Repairs f
Q Township and Caclwalader
. Euuws PARK 17, PA.
Everything In Fasteners
JOHN Er SIOSTROM COMPANY
Philadelphia 22, Pennsylvania
Manufacturers and Designers of
SCHOOL, LIBRARY and LABGRATORY FURNITURE
THE CLASS OF 1953
Cul down on ncxl winler's
coal hill simply by buying
at the low spring price.
,IEDDO - HIGHLAND
The Premium Quality
A. R. Nicholson and Son
If you aw n fuel oil user m'dr'1'
NICHOLSON'S FUEL OIL
Bcsl by Test
Es'm'I'Es INSU RANGE
T. W. MONTAGUE CO.
New Jersey Office-
ISL.-XND HEIGHTS 4-0670
COM PLIM ENTS
A Raleigh and Schwinn
Dodge and Plymouth
Dodge Job-Rated Trucks
York Road ul Noble Station
Ugontz Majestic Ogontz
T128 5-2222 3163
7ll XVcst Avenuc
XVll,l.l.-XM KUHN QIR. Ogontz
RICHARD KUHN -1550
Lionel Trains Hobby Supplies
KESWICK CYCLE SHOP
-108 N. Easton Road Ogontz 6996
H0 York Road
c:HRYsl,ER P1,YMoU'1'H Blumhardtfs Food Market
Parts Sales Service R
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Fleet Accounts Invited the Finest in Food
i Phone: Ogontz 0467
Ogomz 7900 .Ir1NKlN'1'owN, PA. 'IHNKlN,l.mVN, PA.
A. S. COMPLIMLNIS
r JOSEPH E. HELWEG
York Road at Greenwood Ave.
All Graduates of the Class of 1953
Iii All Their Future Endeavors
Third and Cannon Streets MR. Z. W. REDD
THE CLASS OF 1953
TO THEIR PARENTS
"IVE WILL STRIVE AS H,-IRD
TO STAY ON TOP
AS WIS DID TO GET THl'IRli"
Ogtillll 7710 250-I York Road
We Sell the Best and Service
G. Parkhouse and Sons
,-XlslNu'i'oN, PA. Ogonlz 7500
Renninger and Renninger
CLASS OF 1953
FRANKLIN CUT RATE
for Low Cost and High Ifaslliorz
615 X'Vest Avenue Ogontz 0564
475 SYLVANIA AVENUE
PIONEER FOOD STORE
Complete Food Market
Comjulim 611 ts of
GLEN CHILDREN'S SHOP
363 N. Easton Road Turner 2090
H. L. Peterson Inc.
J. F. HAAZ, Ph.G
8014 York Road ELKlNs PARK, PA.
lJfZz'w'1'y SKTYIPIYJ - Drugs - Cosmetirs
Phones: Majestic 5-3000 Melrose 5-4200
ogoml 4385 We Deigg'
GLASSMAN'S FOOD MARKET
Prime Meats Fine Delieacies
1811 Horace Ave. Ogontz 8950-8951 Sea Foods
AmNGToNV, PA. V ABINGTON, PA.
A F R I E N D
Bland Multi-Copy Service
Ogontz 3400 Majestic 5-3400
WALLER MOTORS, INC.
York and Harte Roads
"Tha Sweetest and
Most Wholesome Milk"
FAMOUS FOR FINE FOOD
EIGHT PRIVATE BANQUET
opposite Abington Hospital
Telephone: Ogontz 1975 or 2105
A N D
' WILLOW GROVE
201 DAVISVILLE ROAD
X'Villow Grove 1640 or 2089
L. G. BALFOUR CO.
"Known wlierevei' there are
schools and colleges"
MAKER OF FINE
School Rings and Pins, Diplomas
, Connnencenlent Announcements
Medals and Trophies
I The Abington Friends Srhool Rings
1601 Chestnut Street
PHILADELPHIA 3, PA.
LILLIAN HAIRDRESSIN G
1219 OLD YORK ROAD
lopposite Abington I-lospitalj
1 A1a1Ne'1'oN, PA.
GLENSIDE, PA. BEST OF LUCK TO
THE CLASS OF 1953
BEST OF LUCK
YEARS TO COME
CLASS OF 1957
AI A Y YO UR HA PPI NESS B15
AS LONG AS A BUNNY'S EAR --
4ND YOUR SORROW AS
RT AS HIS TAIL.
THE FRESHMAN CLASS
Cleaners and Dyers
CALL FOR AND DELIVER
We do all kinds of Repairing
SHI-I3 'l'ownship Line Road
NS PARK I7, PA. Ogontz 4396
CUM PLIM r N rs
EVERYONE MEETS AT
Highway Safety Is Our Business, Too
W4 C. FLECK Sr. BRO., Inc.
Distributors of the GENERAL Tire
Fleet Service Expert Recapping
705 Greenwood Avenue
Ogontz 7275 MAjestic 5-2625
Meet and Eat
BAEDERWOOD GRILLE Day and Night Service
800 York Roald -IICNKINIAOXVN. PA. X
noonlfoon,-11,1f1mf'.s ABINGTON TAXI CO-
' gmg, ' .Xlsmcz1'cm, PA. Ogonlz 10143
S lv eight
MEAT PRODUCTS ARE AIAVAYS BEST IVHEN FRESH
ARE FRESHER BY DAYS .XS THEY ARE MADE RIGHT HERE IN PHILA-
DELPHIA, AND HAVE BEEN FAIXIOUS FOR THEIR QUALITY AND
FLAVOR SINCE 1881. I5 URK'S MEAT PRODUCTS ARE ECONOM-
ICAI. TOO, AND MILDLY SEASONED TO GIVE THE REAL MEAT
Fl.,-XVOR NVITHOUT DISTURBINC THE DICESTION. YOU CAN EAT
MEM' SvEcg1,xL'1'1ES wrru uoN1f1uENuE
William Hyndman III W ANDM HERKNESS
I REAL ESTATE
824 Homestead Road
INSURANCE PLUS SERVICE IWWWN px
Miss Margie Adams
Miss Sandy Albertson
Miss Joan Batt
Miss Merle Bennett
Mr. and Mrs. H. Carroll Brooke
Miss Jane Brooke
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Feldman
Miss Adele Fitzgerald
Miss Helen Fitzgerald
Pvt. John Foshay
Miss Mandy Funk
Miss Linda Gable
Master Peter Gable
Miss Virginia Gable
Mr. Richard L. Geyer
Mr. Paul Putney
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Putney
Miss Trudy Putney
Mr. Lee Redd
Miss Sara Jane Redd
Miss Nancy Reeves
Miss Sandra Saur
Mr. James W. Scott
Miss Diane Shaffer
Miss Trina Shaffer
Mrs. D. H. Simon
Mrs. D. H. Simon, Jr
Mr. John Simon
Miss Phyllis Simon
Mr. and Mrs. Birchall Hammer Miss Sue Simon
Miss Lee Hammer
Miss Linda Hano
Mrs. VVilliam Hardy
Mr. Mfendell Sinkler
Miss Betty Ann Smith
Mr. VVally Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H. High, Jr. The Strandbergs
Miss Sissy High
Miss Ella Hollingsworth
Eva V. Hollenthal
Miss Jane Jordan
Miss Christine Lapp
Miss Carolyn Knobelauch
Miss Betsy Mallon
Miss Joanne McDowell
Mrs. F. L. Putney
Miss Bryant Taggart
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wfiegand III
Mr. Henry Wiegand, IV
Miss Marty Vlfiegand
Rickey von Whitenburg
Miss Natalie A. Wriggms
Miss Mary Yoder
Mr. and Mrs. William B Yoder
Miss Carol Young
Mr. Edwin W. Zerrer
M. A. Olewine
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