Abington Friends School - Outward Bound Yearbook (Jenkintown, PA)
- Class of 1955
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Text from Pages 1 - 104 of the 1955 volume:
Published by and for
The HOME and SCHOOL
ABINGTON FRIENDS SCHOOL
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Volume V MARCH, 1955 No. 3
de JEUNES FILLES -
The happy smiles in the picture below are Affiliation smiles.
They were induced by the efforts of teachers, parents and school
girls an ocean apart geographically, but as close together as peas
MARK WELL THE DATE
On Tuesday evening, April 5, comes the annual meeting
of the Home and School Association--the group to which all
parents belong automatically. if not always actively.
-in-afpod-in their 'striving-for-better-internatsionalegeodwillfande----f--After the regular-business -session,-audreleetioufei officers
understanding. ' H
Until now, the exchange student program has brought girls
only from Selestat, Alsace, France, to the Senior Class at A.F.S.
Now the reverse is about to take place.
On April 6, Betsy Helveston, a Junior, sails for France.
She will live with French families while studying at the College
de ,Ieunes Filles during its third trimester. Returning home in
mid-summer, she will complete her Senior year at A.F.S.
The invitation from Selestat came alter months of careful
planning. Families had to be lound who would welcome the
ICOIUTIIIIUII on Page Qt
for next year, Herbert Taylor, of the Meeting's School Commit-
tee, will trace the growth and changes which the school has
experienced over the years. K
The program will feature an illustrated tour of the historic
spots of Quakerism in the North of England, presented in words
and colored slides by Eleanor Stabler Clarke, of the Friends
lt is the best opportunity of the school year for parents to
learn what the Home and School Association is trying to do for
the school and the students, and to make comments and sug-
Betsy Helveston lleftj, of Meadowbrook, and Marie-Reine Matt, of Selestat, France.
OAK LEAVES A STAFF
Ellwood C. Parry, Jr. Editor ...............1............................. Ambler 2823
Mrs. Robert G. Warden .................................................... Ogontz 5864-
Mrs. Charles M. D. Miller ........ ....... C hapel Hill 0564
Stephen T. Dean .................... ............... T urner 0268
, Mrs. Thomas Allan ............ .............. M elrose 5-3293
Howard W. Bartram ... .................... ......... S chool, Ogontz 1724
Mrs. James H. Fitzpatrick .................................... School, Ogontz 1724
"Oak Leaves" is published four times yearly by the Home and
School Association of Abington Friends School, and is supported by
the Association's share in the Annual Giving Fund. The stad is eager
for ideas and suggestions from interested parents for the improvement
FUN UNDER THE BASKETS
of the magazine.
March 30-Final Student Concert of the Season,
April 5-Home Sz School Assn. Annual Meeting
April S-Good Friday holiday
April 15--Dramatic Club Play
A ril 16-Admission Tests
Mldy 5-Activities Dinner
May 19--May Day
May 30--Memorial Day holiday
June 6-10-Upper School Examinations
June 13-Lower School Closing Day
June 141-Class Day
J une 15-Commencement
June 16-Annual Alumnae Dinner
Another basketball season has gone into the record books.
Despite illnesses, broken ankles, and the pressure of other
activities, Miss Smith is not too displeased.
"The outstanding event of the season," she says, "was the
visit of the girls from Friends Academy, New York. We all
enjoyed them very much, and we were glad to see so many of
our own students out to see the game. Our captains did a very
nice piece of work with their respective teams, and we have
some fine players growing up."
Won Lost Tied
First Team 5 2 1
Second Team 4+ 3 0
Color Team 2 3 0
Seventh 81 Eighth Grade 3 3 1
Totals 14- 11 2
AND ON THE TENNIS COURTS
April 28 Moorestown Home lst
May 2 George School Away lst
May 3 George School Home 2nd
May 9 Jenkintown Home 1st
May 10 Jenkintown Away 2nd
May 14- Sidwell Friends Home lst
May 16 Westtown Away lst
May 23 Stevens Home lst
May 26 Abington Away 1st
There will also be another match for 2nd team, also Blue
and White matches, as well as one or two for 7th and 8th
cle Jeunes Filles Ccontinuecll
American girl, and money had to be raised to pay her expenses
Betsy was chosen as the girl to go by a committee com-
posed of student council representatives, members of the affili-
ation committee, and several of the faculty. Her fluency in
French, her wide interests, and her personality made Betsy the
committee's unanimous choice.
Behind the scenes of affiliation is a committee of two girls
from each class. They meet regularlyto consider fund-raising
projects, exchange of correspondence, gifts and students.
Through the recent sale of magazines and the forthcoming sale
of photographs of all the girls in the school, more than 31,000
Of this, 3200 will go toward Betsy's travel expenses, and
the balance pays the round-trip fare for the girl from Alsace,
plus .her incidental expenses here, including side trips to work
camps and educational and religious conferences.
j ., , TWO NEW CRUTHS. ...V a, o, .. ,
, Additions to the faculty since September are Mrs. Ruth
Field, third grade teacher, and Mrs. Ruth Ammon, secretary.
Mrs. Field received her B.S. from Temple, then continued
'her work in education at the University of Pennsylvania and the
Vassar summer institute. She taught in the primary grades at
Germantown Friends School for seven years.
ln Oreland, Mrs. Field keeps house for teen-age son and
daughter, Bob and Virginia, and a husband who, as a sales
representative of the Dettra Flag Company, Oaks, Pa., with the
west coast of the U.S. as his territory, is seldom home.
Her spare time, which must be limited, is devoted to read-
ing, gardening and the Sunday School of the St. Phillips in the
Fields Church of Oreland.
Mrs, Ammon studied religious education at the Baptist
Institute, Rosemont, was on the staff of the Devereux School
for retarded children, Devon, taught English at the Berlin, N. J.,
Junior High, and moved recently to Willow Grove.
With her husband, Raymond, a veteran of the war in
Korea, Mrs. Ammon has been gardening and decorating around
thleir new home. She sings in the Glenside Methodist Church
THE OLD WRINKLES ARE GONE
Have you noticed and admiked -the-face-lifting operation
on the former Libby Memorial Library room? New paint and
new furniture have joined forces to make a Student Room.
The Class of '54, at graduation time last June, presented
a green sofa and chair. New stools, a new rug, and the tele-
vision set set the stage for comfortable lounging fin oii-class
Under the supervision of the art department, students are
decorating the curtains with block prints depicting the history
of A.F.S. The whole redecoration project was managed by a
Student Council committee.
WOOL FOR WEAVERS
For her art classes, Mrs. Grace Duer earnestly pleads for
odds and ends of wool which may be used in weaving and
'hooked rug projects.
Yes Sir, Yes Sir, Three Bags Full l for lessj will be most
Three Weeks! in' America
by Marie-Reine Matt
lEditor's Note: Last Spring Claire Nitschelm wrote for
us her impressions of Abington Friends School as she completed
her exchange year and prepared to return to France. Now
"Wren" newly arrived from Selestat, sets down her first im-
pressions. Written in French, the following article was trans-
lated by Miss Schabackerj
When Mr. Bartram asked me for a short report on my
experience in the United States, I was very liattered. I wish to
tell all who read this article of my great joy and gratitude at
having been so kindly greeted by my new family flVIr. and Mrs.
John W. and Adele Fitzgeraldj .
The two weeks of vacation before the beginning of school
allowed me to see some of your country and to know the people
a little bit. We spent the first weekend in the mountains where
I had the opportunity to meet many people, and I surely have a
fine remembrance of them.
Several persons who were born in Europe liked to chat
with me about their former county and we were able to ex-
change memories reciprocally. Since then I have seen that this
friendly disposition is general, and I was particularly happy
to experience it with my classmates.
The first day when we met on the hockey field, I could feel
this union and team spirit, which makes for the strength and
value of the school. Thus I talked with the Sth grade girls
just as I did with the Seniors. Each one tried to put me at ease
and lim grateful to them for it. The clan spirit which some-
times exists between different classes of a school doesn't seem to
be known at Abington Friends.
The organization of the school was completely new to me,
because I didnit know that this team spirit could exist also
between members of the faculty and the Student Council. I
find, personally, that it is extremely wise to give duties to the
students. In this way, they learn to take responsibilities.
Another characteristic which I believe is general in the
U.S. is that the people are extremely practical and do not like
There will naturally be other things to say, but one cannot
judge the character and soul of a people in three weeks' time.
DF FORMER AFS STUDENTS
Trifield: second row: Ched Miller, Barbara Driver, Debbie
Joan Diesinger: third row: Mary-Jo McConnell, Mary Light
Suzanne Graham, Marian Clement, Mary Whittleseyg fourth
Longshore, Linda Frederick, Eloise Wveihenmayer, Peggy Wer-
Whittlesey, Babs Allan and Wendy Wyatt. Absent were Connie
SCHOOL HAS OPENED
THE AUTUMNAI. EQUINOX HAS PASSED
CHRISTMAS IS COMING
and so is
Watch the mail for details of a new and different
Book Day, Friday, November 5th
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cal college dormitory the
fore the "big game."
tiynef-'1inge1'ie will be
as will Bermuda,
which have taken
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The theme of the benefit Fashion Show to be
presented by Strawbridge 6. Clothier on Octo-
ber Sth at the Huntingdon Valley Country Club
is "Pigskin ,Fro1ic." Pictured here are tleit to
rightl: Phyllis Simon. of Ienkintown: Ioe Castle.
of Abington. a graduate oi Princeton University:
Iim Castle, Ioe's twin brother. Captaha ,of't.hey
University of Pennsylvania's football team, and
Phyl1is's sister Suzanne, who wears Iim ira-
By MARIAN 'Ma,cWHORTER
The first. scene of the
dresses W1.h a
ternity pin! The Dessert-Bridge and Fashion
Show is being sponsored by the Northern
Division oi the Wornen's Auxiliary of the Insti-
tute for Cancer Research. of which Mrs. George
C. Urian, of Elkins Park, is President. Proceeds
of the benefit will go to the Cancer Research
Laboratory in Fox Chase, which is headed by
Dr. Stanley P. Rieman. CC1othes by Strawbridge
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secretary of the International Com
mittee of the Young Men's Cl'u'ist.ian
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Dr. 6 Mrs. N. W. Winkelmcm. Ir.
The wedding of Anne Weyl Kirsch-
bauni, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Alan B. Kirschbaum, of Elkins Park,
to Dr. N. William Winkelman, Jr..
son of Dr. and Mrs. N. W. Winkel-
man, took place Friday afternoon,
September 17th, at the home of the
bride's grandmother, Mrs. Julius S.
Weyl, of Elkins Park.
The bride's attendants were Miss
Mariana Amram, of Washington,
D. C.: Mrs. D. S. Red. of Harris-
burgg Mrs. Thomas S. Scannell, Jr..
of Chicago: Miss Elizabeth Gold--
smith, of Philadelphia: Miss Victoria
Kingdon, of Winter Park, Florida,
and the bi'ide's sister, Miss Emilie
Dr. Winkelman was his son's best
man. The ushers were Edward
Block. Bernard Cohen, Egil Briga-
dier and Richard Fishel. ,
PLANS G-N LUNCHEON
The Pre-School Mothers' Group of
Glenside-Weldon School is planning
a covered dish supper in the school
cafeteria at 7:00 p. m. pn Tuesday,
After the supper Mrs. Louise
Moore will give a short talk on the
history and purpose of Pre-School
Mothers. This meeting is planned to
have the members become better ac-
quainted. Those attending should
bring a salad, casserole or dessert to
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WEDDING BELLS! . l PU 9 9
Unzted Luthems Meet g
Meeting in Canada for the first
time in its 36-year-old history, the
United Lutheran Church in America
wlllhold its 19th biennial convention
in Toronto, Oct. 6 to 13.
Nearly 700 delegates from 32 synods
in the United States and seven
Canadian pnovinces will attend the
convention of the ULCA, 'whose
2,150,000 members make it. the larg-
est Lutheran body in North America.
The Rev. Alvin H. Butz, Jr., Mr.
Charles Jacobs, and Mr. Ernest
Hoeppner, all members of St. Paul's
Lutheran- Church, will attend the
convention, as omcial delegates reo-
resenting the Mlnisterium of Penn-
sylvania a synod of the United
Theme for the convention will be!
"Christ-the Hope of the World."
The delegates will be called on
for far-reaching decisions affecting
the structure of the church -at the
Much of the convention business
will be devoted to action upon a
"Little Hoover" commission report
for streamlining the administration
of the church body..
After an 18-month study, a is
member Co ' 'n,QQrganiza.-
tional Structure has recommended
118 changes in the church's opera-
tions to make it a "more effective
church." t '
The commission also has proposed
that "a more specific approach" be
made by the United Lutheran Church
for uniting Americas Lutheran
bodies. It suggested steps leading to
direct meger of the eight Lutheran
denominations of the National Luth-
eran Council. 'Those eight bodies
have more than four million mem-
bers, about two-thirds of America
Lutheranism. , , '
Bishop Eivind Berggrav, former
primate of the Church of Norway,
will preach the sermon at Holy Com--
munlon services opening the conven-
tion Wednesday morning, October 6.
at St. James' Cathedral, Toronto.
Business sessions will get under
way Wednesday afternoon. with Dr.
Franklin Clark Fry, president of the
ULCA for the past 104years.. pre7
siding. Dr. Fry is the new chairman
of the Central Committee of the
World Council of Churches. having
been elected as head of the 90-mem-
ber policy making body at the Second
Assembly of the World Council in
Evanston in August.
More than 1000 reservations have
been made for the biennial Lutheran
Laymen's Movement dinner to be
held Thursday night, October 7, at
Toronto's Royal York Hotel: Speak-
ers will be Dr. Elton Trueblood and
Dr. Fry. ,
The convention -will be trans-
ported bv special trains from Toron-
to Kltchener-Waterlool. center of
Lutheranism in eastern Canada, on
The convention will interrupt its
proceedings Monday night, October
11 for a special service at the con- Fox, and
vention hall, the T. Eaton Audi- hold, with
toriuin, in observance of Canada's players p
Thanksgiving Day. The speaker will onely Mrs.
be Dr. Austin A. Zinck, Milwaukee, band, who
Wls., a former Canadian. Newcomers
Dr. Robert, D. Hershey. pastor of
Trinity Lutheran Church, New Yorkq
City and a former past-or of St'
Pauls, Glenside. will be convention
Pastor Butz has accepted the jn-
vitation to preach in a Canadian
Church on October 10. He and Mr.
Charles Jacobs will serve on the
.Committee on Reference and Coun-
- The-opening meetings-of-the-New-l
corners Club of Abington was held
at the home of Mrs. Tinius Olsen,
II, of Washington lane, Rydal. Mrs.
Thomas Simpson served as chairman
of the hospitality committee. She
was assisted by Mrs. George W.
Crabtree, Mrs. W. Edward Frank,
Mrs., Charles G. Fritz, and Mrs.
The president of Abington New-
comers, Mrs. Stuart G. Clinchard,
conducted the meeting. Mrs. Clinch-
ard introduced our honored guest
of the day. Jean Fredman, of the
Times Chronicle, an assisting pub-
licity friend and booster of the club
since its inception. Other guests and
prospectiv -emembers introduced by
Mrs. Carlton Bayard, vice president,
we1'e: Mrs. James T. Chinlund, Mrs.
Robert Funch, Mrs. Gunther Geis-
man, Mrs. J. . Hare, Mrs. Kenneth
Jeffery, Jr., Mrs. Daniel McGeehan,
Mrs. Edwin Stewart Jr., Mrs. Albert
Reconnu, Mrs. Abner Dowdell Mrs.
Tony Geiges, Mrs. Harold Grebe,
Mrs. Charles J. Hook, Mrs. John
Massengale, Mrs. Raymond T. Pear-
son and Mrs. Jackson Daily.
A copy of the completed booklet,
"Things to Do in and Around Ab-
ington," was presented to each guest
and'member by Mrs. Harry Ham,-
mer, chairman of the booklet com-
mittee: Mrs. Edward W. Campbell,
Mrs. Lloyd B. Gitman, Mrs. George
L. Headman, and Mrs. John Childe
assisted Mrs. Hammer. Mrs. Carl
Clancy of Jenkintown. acted as ad-
visor for the group. The Abington.
YMCA printed the booklets.
YMCA representative, Mrs. Edwin
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new way of life
touched on the
er, stressed the
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All mothers of pre-school age and
kindergarten children are urged to
meets on the
anning, asked for our cooper
'n projects planned by the
Auxiliary of the Y. She
an invitation to every-
join one or many courses
the Y including lessons in
dancing or a charm
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Wyncote announce the marrxage
of then daughter Miss Mary Vu'
glllla Ickler to Mr Samuel Ma
and Mrs Samuel Mathias Wana
maker also of Wyncote whxch
took place yesterday in Calvary
Presbyterxan Church with the Rev
Dr Wxlham Barnes Lower ofhci
atmk assxsted by the Rev Lewxs
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IN THE DAYS OF OLDE
PLEASURES AND EAsT1MEs
LEGENDE OF GOOD WOMEN
FOLLOW THE GLEAM
With sincere appreciation the Senior Class of Abington Friends School dedi-
cates its yearbook to Bertha M. Huey and Mary Helen Bickley. These two
teachers have guided our paths of learning and citizenship during our high
school years. It would be difficult for each of us individually to say "thank
you" for their genuine interest in each pupil. So as a group our class wishes to
salute these two members of our faculty for their unerring patience and the in-
centive that they have given us all to- go beyond "just what is necessary." Their
qualities of humor, friendliness and helpfulness have made us respect them as
teachers and, most important, as friends "Outward Bound" is a symbol of their
patience, guidance and faith from which we have all greatly benefited.
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SANDRA ELAINE ALBERTSON
1117 Rices Mill Rd.
Sandy . . . or Bertson . . . peppy cheerleader . . . her
cackle . . . dresses with style . . . afraid of gaining weight
. . . and catching illnesses . . . pills . . . versatile . . . fast
on the hockey field . . . nimble . . . sings in Octet . . . de-
pendable . . . unlimited amount of jewelry . . . conscientious
. . . wild at her parties . . . blind dates . . . always busy
. . . Dartmouth . . . happy-go-lucky . . . hairdresser appoint-
ments . . . yery neat . . . bank . . , The West . . . good driver
. . . piano player with ability . . . popular music . . . sheet
music collection . . . "George" . . . hysterical laugh . . .
knitting argyle socks . . . domestic . . . "my sister, Janet"
. . . powder and paint . . . modeling . . . T.A.
AJ merry as the day is long.
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DIANE MARIE BADIK
621 1 N. Mascher St.
Never love zmlers you can
Bear with all the faults of man.
Badik . . . "eh?" . . . problems with too many boy friends
. . . naturally blonde and curly hair . . . Religious Life com- tr' -
mittee chairman . . . giggles . . . wonderful humor . . . driver -.
on wrong side of street . . . Hockey Manager . . . very sym-
pathetic . . . midnight rider . . . "Caesar, stop it" . . . sincere
. . . basketball wizard . . . member of the first Row Club . . . ,
pink and orange . . . Piper Cub's visit . . . Philadelphia ac- Y
cent . . . Bandstand satirist . . . leather skirt . . . love for
duck . . . "dig out" . . . dunk in the creek at the break of X!
dawn . . . waiting for mail . . . smooth? . . . horseback riding
. . . deep beliefs . . . loves natural beauty . . . slim . . . sing- .
ing "The River of No Return" . . . "Marilyn" . . . her Army
pin . . . moody . . . tiny nose . . . artistic . . . unique walk
. . . franlcness.
MERLE JOYCE BENNETT
Huntingdon Valley, Penna.
True enjoyment comer from activity of the mind and exercise
of the body.
"Bennett" . . . chick-a-chick-a-boom . . . sweaters and
skirts . . . basketball captain . . . self-control . . . "Let's go "'--'-
girls!" . . . laughing at Phyllis . . . carrot and celery lunches 7 7
. . . co-treasurer of bank . short tunic . . . poise . . . A 1
treasurer of the A.A .... "eh, eh, eh, go Happe, go" . . . Billy
Penn . . . opera singing . . . "Ramoaana" . . . baggy bloomers ,-
. . . gold football . . . "Pearl" . . . "Well, I think that if a Q
person really" . . . football widow . . . crashing clown the ij Q, Q dj
hockey field . . . treating at lunchtime . . . advice to the love I Q
lorn . . . unrecognizable spelling . . . alto in Octet . . . fam- ' Q, G
ous diets . . . hard-boiled eggs for Miss Smith . . . scaring Q
children in the lunchroom . . . appreciates finer arts . . . deep q
beliefs and firm convictions . . . driving to student concerts. , Tk,-3
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BARBARA LOUISE DANEHOWER
S. W. Corner Fairhill St. and Chelten Ave. ,
Philadelphia 26, Penna.
The secret of success if constancy of purpose.
Full of pep . . . jitterbug . . . versatile . . . "I have a ques-
tion" . . . conscientious . . . intellectual curiosity . . . loves to
write . . . always willing to help . . . "Really!" . . . talented
in art . . . sweaters . . . top marks . . . pretty eyelashes . . . hops
and skips . . . fighting fullback . . . decoration committees
debater . . . wide vocabulary . . . her poetry . . . enthusiastic
basketball guard . . . assembly committee chairman . . . Ocean
City beachparties . . . skillful skipper of a sailboat . . . short
. . . second junior essay award . . . no judgment of distance
when driving . . . usually in a dither . . . expressive face . . .
smoking . . . clothes combinations . . . left handed . . .
illegible writing . . . black jeweled belt . . . graceful . . .
The little cook . . . suits . . . anyone want to have a drag
race? . . . and Saturday night! . . . soprano voice . . . where's
the Badik? . . . her cars . . . remember Rome? . . . symphonies
. . . French . . . sincere effort . . . telephone conversations
. . . disagreements . . . jumping from one extreme to the other
. . . he's wonderful . . . expressive eyes . . . cutting oranges
during gym . . . member of the first row club . . . basketball
manager . . . football games . . . student concert trips . . .
social conscious . . . jokes, all sizes, all types . . . Swarthmore
. . . that New York weekend . , . Student Council Vice Presi-
dent . . . Upper Moreland memories . . . I'm on a clothes
allowance . . . secret peeve-uninterested committee workers
. . . Monday morning.
JOAN FRANCES DEPAUL
Davisville and Pioneer Rds.
A rweet, tzttrartizfe kind of grace
ADELE KITE FITZGERALD i
1851 Canterbury Rd.
A superior man is modest in his speech, but exceeds in
Athletic ability . . . economy . . . history debates . . . ini-
tiative . . . junior Prom . . . dimples . . . Stone Harbor . . . -' A
"Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" . . . chemistry tests . . . sports- f , 1
manship . . . which one shall I choose? . . . Europe or the ... , ,
West? . . . "Who got some more ads?" . . . "The Brun' . . . 1 S Y , ,QJ
watching certain baseball players . . . Yale and Hurricane -iv
Hazel . . . Washington and Lee . . . the alto . . . wild driving .... Q 5
, . . positive thinking . . . the spirit of Alas .... knitting ,. I MQ'
socks . . . her various tunics . . . decoration parties . . tales 'li
of the chemistry exams . . . catching laugh . . . peaches and ' ,'
cream complexion . . . surplus of men . . . neatness . . . will- KTJL
xngness to help anyone do anything . . . Spanish lessons . . .
her annual month without parents . . . the Hanner Song.
ANN BRITTAIN FRY
Huntingdon Valley, Penna
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Those beautiful eyes . . . loves jewelry . . . busy photog-
raphy editor . . . her satirical wit . . . jokes . . . "You can
kick me the next time" . . . P.C. fan . . . O.Y.R.C.C. . . . Har-
lan's Hideaway . . typical woman driver . . . "Oh,Sheppard"
. . . K4 on Thursdays . . . red sweaters . . . Christmas dance
. . , golf . . . high heels . . . Hoagies . . letters from Jer
. . . wild rides with Bryant . . . definite likes and dislikes
. . . P.O.D. discussions . . . Octet . . . animals . . . losing
P.C. jewelry . . . cutting her hair . . . "the rainbow girls"
. . . her brown and whites . . . in a dither over dates . . .
kindness . . . always flustered . . . baby of the class of '55 . . .
red hair rinse . . . President of Dramatic Club . . . paperclip
The glory of a firm rapaciouf mind.
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417 Walnut St.
Jenkintown, Penna. of
Sincerity and truth are the basis of every virtue.
Out west . . . trail ride button . . . hockey . . . President of
Affiliation . . . cute smile . . . Maine . . . natural intelligence
. . . telephone calls from Banff . . . changeable moods . . .
No. 9 . . . slim hands . . . secretary of AA . . . those Spanish
classes . . . "I don't know" . . . dislike of glasses . . .
healthiness . . . sad brown eyes . . . "the effect" . . . khaki
bermudas . . . chemistry problems . . . "eh, Brewster" . . .
beautiful printer . . . lobster ring . . . variety of ballerinas
. . . dark complexion . . . perseverance in sports . . . success
in studies . . . fresh air fiend . . . dead eye in basketball . . .
"her job" . . . coffee . . . member of the first row club . . .
sensitivity . . . tomato, bacon and lettuce sandwiches . . .
definite beliefs . . . sense of humor . . . "River of No Return."
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7332 N. 21 St.
Great workf are performed not by strength but by pemevermzce
"Greter" . . . conscientious Senior Class Secretary
very neat . . . thoughtful . . . silver Indian bracelets
always laughing . . very helpful . not interested in driving
beautiful manicures dependable sports classes?
permanents . . . always tries hard . . . her volume of notes
taken in class . . . "Honestly, Carol" . . . keeps things to
herself . . . dimples . . . pleasant disposition . . . red tote bag
. . . piles of books . . . knows her vocabulary lessons . . . dislikes
public speeches . . . aversion to "the mouse" . . . love of
biology? . . pep talks about Marjorie Webster . . . plays the
piano well . . . fair skin . . . sun poisoning . . . beautiful hand
writing . . . secretarial ambitions.
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. . . always selling lunch cards . . . Acorns typist . . . her I l
LINDA ALLMAN HANO
Terwood Road up V'
Huntingdon Valley, Penna.
Sefzrilfility ir the Power of Wonzan.
"Haner" . . . sparkling brown eyes . . . tennis . . . the ranch fx,
. . . red Ford convertible . . . live wire . . common sense . . . ! I
smart clothes . . . "Hey, swift panther" . . . Jane . . . Dramatic fi
Club Treasurer . . . not fickle . . . class orator . . . natural -
athlete . . . bank . . . blushes easily . . . party-giver . . .
C"blasts"J . . . "Oh, funniness!" . . . friendliness to all . . . , x
good moods . . . love of dramatics . . . Hollywood muffler . . .
that beautiful figure . . . "sponging" . . . fingernails? . . . X
very understanding . . . Anne Fogarty dresses . . . TV fan . . . - 4 K
letters from the Air Force . . . Oh! those Biology Tests . . . J '
tennis sweater . . . "Dim, dim the lights" . . . trips to
the Main Line . . . death in the laundry shute . . . the bop ki '3 I
. . . "sudden twitch" . . . what moon sheen won't do!
"jordan" . . . tact . . . argyle knee socks . . . deep voice
. . . clear blue eyes . . . the west . . . humorous quips . . . ice
cream sandwiches . . . sincerity . . . dangerous when first
awakened . . . chemistry classes . . . "Oh, pain" . . . President
of the Senior Class . . . good complexion . . . the wagon . . .
the mad scientist . . . "I will return!" . . . her horse accidents
. . . Captain of second team Hockey . . . "Goodhood" L . .
capers in Ocean City . . . sneaking the speedboat . . . wild
rides . . . year long red and white scarf . . . routine eater
Linda . . . providing The Senior Room with her brother's
records . . . her 99c lighter . friendliness '
. . . . . easy going
. . . possessive about food . . '
. earnest . . . fits of laughter.
The inzpfomptu reply is the tozzrbxtone of the
NANCY JANE JORDAN
1871 Old Welsh Rd.
man of wit
MARJORIE RAE LANG
1134 Westbury Rd.
Jenkintown, Penna. l
Charm: strike the right but merit wins the mul.
Long, dark hair . . . red and blue . . . Penn scarf . . . a
golfer . . . sipping soup through a straw . . . pretty, blue
eyes . . . responsible . . . her walk . . . working busily on the
yearbook . . . lots of friends . . . movie fan . . . very friendly
. . . enjoys sports? . . . easygoiug . . . likes receiving presents
and mail . . . a date every weekend . . . tales of when she
was a counsellor . . . walking to school in the morning . . .
but dislikes walking . . . "1 saw Janet yesterday" . . . another
banker . . . love of last year's Christmas present . . . someone
to do her art work . . . her own unique laugh . . . gets dis-
turbed at people who don't do what they're supposed to do
. . . our little Margie! 0
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"Oh good!" . . . jitterbugging . . . parties . . . brains . . . her
laugh . . . Halloween . . . letter writing . . . "you know"
. . . class ring . . . it's for Del . . . hair . . . giggles . . . save
the hockey team . . . trips to the post office . . . talking . . .
the little dictionary . . . 'Tm so crazy" . . . A.F.S. linguist
. . . my friend Eddie . . . G.F.S. parties . . . dances and dates
. . . the student concert trips . . . innumerable friends . . .
sincerity . . . concern for others . . simple moods . . . those
bedtime snacks . . . trying to diet . . . 19th birthday party
. . . those cigarettes . . . love of black and jewelry . . . jazz
. . . her daily cup of tea . . . lemons . . . her passion for the
navy . . . industrious . . . brilliant conversations . . . vivacious.
Love, hope, fear, faith-these make hzmzanity
all in 'I
1380 Gilbert Rd.
A good dispositiofztir more valuable than gold.
"Jo" . . . baby-sitting . . . petite figure . . . "You know
what Rob did?" . . . smart in languages . . . athletic . . . 3
cute hair . . . fast driver . . . "Hey, D. Q." . . . noisy walker W
always cramming . . . Vice President of Senior Class . . .
modesty . . . utapeworms are coming" . . . Phillies fan . . . QX ,Q
accepts responsibility well . . . bulging wallet . . . usually S
looks sleepy . . . little feet . . . always busy . . . trying to' gl
arrange our prom . . . pretty eyes . . . Spanish and French
"A's" . . . love of baseball . . . studying at the lunch table
. . . ruddy complexion . . . Sheltie-Mist sweaters . . . letters
from Princeton . . . coffee . . . those amusing eighth grade 19'
experiences . . . quickness . . . agility . . . dislike for writing
essays . . . constructive thinking . . . loyalty . . . playing
"Johnny" in the Senior Room.
DORIS JEAN MILLER
320 Hewitt Rd.
"D.j." . . . nonchalance . . . always knitting argyle socks
small feet . . . Cornell . . . happy-go-lucky . . . her green
Plymouth . . . jet pilot . . . high voice . . . her dog Duffy . . .
"baby bird" . . . D.A .... second team hockey . . . ski jump
nose . . . those astounding essays . . . her horn-rimmed glasses
C.H.S. pals . . . bank . . . speaks with a drawl . . . unpredict-
able . . . always singing . . . vivacious . . . blushes easily . . .
personality plus . . . red hair and brown eyes . . . last minute
date for the prom . . . takes her time . . . letters at lunch time
. . . cheese crackers . . . variety of pretty clothes . . . her
"whoosie-pot" . . . cute way about her . . . always thoughtful
and considerate . . . makes rounds of colleges . . . good sport.
All who joy would win must share il.
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BARBARA BLIGH SHEPPARD
340 Montier Rd.
A kind been is a fountain of gladness making evefytlaing
in its vicinity freshen into smiles.
"Shep" . . . honey-blonde hair . . . basketball . . . ready
laugh . . . "Oh yes, yes-what?" . . . gray Plymouth . . . ,Qx 1
restless . . . Marlon Brando . . . knee socks . . . the ranch -'
. . . excitable . . . serious when 'necessary . . . Senior Class '
Treasurer . . . the Cotillion . . . coordination? . . . Kennett , 5 ' V
Square . . . "-and we had to have a Note!" . . . "Heath- l, I
cliffe" . . . those iron tongs in Chemistry class . . . hemldck '
poisoning . . . Mr. Goulding . . . "There's friction between Q
Barbara and me" . . . reversible fingers . . . "Oh, Chief" UI' rf
. . . loose-jointed walk . . . good listener . . . sympathetic
. . . fast talker . . . 'Tm 1ivid" . . . with appropriate gestures Iii g
. . . dog shows . . . getting the beat . . . "Dink!" I I Ein-
PHYLLIS HELENE SIMON
1021 Cypress Ave.
A good manner is the ben' thing in the world.
Letters hockey co captain basketball tennis
agility . . a to . those comments in English class . . . f
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hand knit sweaters . . . can anyone give me a ride? . . . k Z'
the milk jar . . . biologist . . . photogenic . . . Ocean City 7, ,Z
. . . tales of the West . . . the contortionist . . . and then If
Merle said . . . banks. . . when it's Friday night . . . Skippy six
. . . variety is the spice of life . . . Tonto moods . . . indecision lex f
. . . friendliness . . . "naive" . . . enthusiasm . . . twinkle
toes . . . vocabulary . . . "now down in Alabama" . . . my Qs ' f"",'-
sister Sue . . . love of nature . . . co-treasurer of bank . . . fl.,
Bop Queen . . . "Boaring" adventures . . . Chuckles . . . ' '52 5
once a year possession of the car . . . May Queen votes . . . '
love of the post office. 1
JESSICA ANN STEPHAN
642 Custis Rd.
They can conquer who believe they can.
Jessie . . . considerate . . . full of fun . . . Student Council
President . . . mischievous . . . England . . . Haverford . . .
Ruth . . . poised . . . studious . . . ambitious . . . Shalimar
. . . versatile , . . adores grave diggers . . . "Dig out, dig out"
. . . a man! . . . "I have a meeting" . . . very pretty . . .
most likely to succeed . . . hockey fullback . . . member of
the First Row Club . . . Octet . . . efficient . . . work at
Musix Box . . . "Dixie Danny" . . . rides to the student con-
cert . . . always knitting . . . Penn Charter vs. A.F.S. . . .
individualist . . . very frank . . . complexion . . . a pillar
of the Girl Scouts . . . dramatics . . . never has enough time
. . . sense of humor . . . winning way . . . Ohio accent . . .
good in everything that she does.
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"I've got the car today" . . . those Ocean City summe
. . . her smile . . . weekends
. . . records . . . Oldsmobiles . . .
go er . . . clothes . . . cover girl sent'
dining and dancin
. . . imental . .
g . . . college here I com
. . . those eyes '
e . . . Liberace
. . . wild shopping sprees
men, men men
. . . secret love . . .
, . . . lunch table discussions . . . seventeen
letters a day . . . cashmere sweaters l
. . . ong pageboy . . . dull
y . . . four day week . . . S.M.A. calls . . . picture in
every paper . . . demure . . . amiable . banki
Assistant Editor '
. . ng . . . Acorns
. . . privacy of the Senior Room . . . picture
collections . . . "I'm going over to Bett ' "
y s . . . visits to
. . . ot Shoppe . . . long fin ' '
. . . Dram t' ' '
gernails . . . fastidious
a ic Club Vice President.
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Ciass ot 1955, being oi sane rnind and soun
eath the io
baby pow der to the ioc
' iau gh to
' Nance Em
Merie' s tunic to
Dee' s graceiuiness to the basketbaii tea
joan' s iove probierns to Bryant 'Yaggartg
Adeie' s composure to Beyeriy Maierg
Ann's hair rinses to judy Uttaig
Mandy' s Kong distance phone caiis to Sanet Scotty
Greta' s athietic abiiity to Linda Beriingerg
Linda's rnuiiier to Ann Hurd's carg
Sand s Eingernaii poiish to Sudy Hawieyg
Margie s teeth to Pop Horcherg
Reine' s initiative to the seventh grade ',
Soannds basebaii piayers to Chris Lappg
Doris jean's knitting to anyone who can untangie itg
Barbara' s coordination to Vaierie Voiirnerg
Phyiiis' naiyete to joan Oppenheirnerg
Sessica' s shoyei to Bunny Sohnstong
Caroi' s coiiege weekends to Barbara Fisher.
Hereto we set our hand and seai this iitteenth day
oi Sune, nineteen hundred and titty-tive.
The Senior Ciass
in f f if ifiiiiy X
Who are they kidding?
Profile of Youth
Too much night life
Miss Whistle Bait
"Oh such a night it was."
"Burl It's cold."
"You with the stars in your
Have an itch?
She looks so happy
"Wine, Woman and Song"
The Beautiful Boppers
The Thin Man
Relaxing in the
"That Is just It"
This Is Chemistry?
Blast At Linders
Exams Really Hit Me
Dee, What Are You
Doing ? ?
Tellers in A.F.S.'s
Miss Merry Widow
Guess Who Called
Who ? ?
Want A Ride?
1 I1 the Days of Olde
The Class of '55 had its beginning as far back as four year old kindergarten, when
Adele appeared. It was a time of wild paintings and naps. In five year old kinder-
garten, Merle and Phyllis joined Adele for another year of painting, naps and running
around the playground. The three girls became very good friends.
In first grade, Carol joined the class. Those were the days of co-ed classes, and even
at that tender age, Carol attracted the boys. She learned how to handle them besides
learning to read and write.
In second grade, the boys were gone, but we found it hard to miss them. A new era
was beginning. It was the era of "playing horse." This lasted from second grade to
about sixth grade. Everyone paired up, and one girl would be the horse, and the other
would be the rider. We galloped around for hours every day.
Third grade brought Jessica and more happy days doing little besides having fun.
Jessie was very studious and learned her lessons well. More horses and a game called
"Come" were added to our list of activities.
Fourth grade was a very active year. Linda, Mary, Greta and Dee were added to the
class. Mary and Dee worked very hard, while Linda and Greta sat on the bench in the
hall, giggling. The work was getting harder, and everyone had to buckle down a little
By the time we reached fifth grade, the Class of '55 was beginning to shape into
something. Merle still had everyone out to her house to play horse, but we were be-
ginning to feel grown-up. Mild delinquency broke out, but it was soon curbed by
means beyond our control. We then settled down until sixth grade.
In sixth grade, Jane joined the happy group. She had a real horse instead of an
imaginary one, but by now, the horse influence was dying down. Sixth grade will
always bring us certain memories. Who will ever forget our embroidery and all the
long hours spent on it, or Mrs. Frank reading stories to us? We were really big girls
then, because we were at the top of lower school.
Seventh grade brought us many innovations, such as being in upper school, changing
classes, and having many new drawings. Ann and Joanne joined the group and added
their personalities to the class.
While Del was running through the woods with Brownie every day, some of us
were beginning to get interested in the opposite sex. Most of us, however, were dead
set against it. Dancing class was pure torture then, and we were always thinking of new
ways to get out of it.
Who will ever forget eighth grade!! Some say we were a little wild that year. Mandy
joined us and became as wild as the rest of us. Will we ever forget "Hanner and her
Pussycat," "Tabercat" or "F.O.B.B."? Dancing classes became less of a torture to
most of us, and by the end of the year, we thought we were all grown up. Did we
have a surprise!
Diane joined our class in ninth grade. Our class was very calm this year, like the
calm before the storm. Freshman Day came and went, and with it came an epidemic
of mumps. Gver half the class got them. We mostly remember Latin classes with
Miss Elmore, and people disappearing from art classes.
Tenth grade! The storm was here. What a year! Sandy and Shep appeared on
the scene, and joined in the activities. This year was our wildest and worst year. We
did the bunny hop in history, had pillow fights, put glue on teacher's chair, and did
any number of terrible things. Who will ever forget Ann and Joanne outside the
window, or current events classes? That was also the year of "Mademoiselle," the Sopho-
more Play, and Linda's election party.
Margie, Doris and Joan joined the class for our junior year. We settled down from
the year before, because we had so much to do. We got our class rings, took College
Boards, got our drivers' licenses, and gave the Junior Prom. We'll never forget driving
to the student concerts, or making the daisy chain.
Twelfth grade brought us Reine, and we've very glad it did. We had lots to do
this year, but we had a lot of fun doing it. It was a year of "lasts": last Halloween
Party, Prom, Arbor Day, and last Activities Dinner.
Our class has reached the end of high school. We may all remember different things
about our high school days, but We'll never forget the fun we've had as a class.
'P lmszmrs and Pastimes
As the Class of 1955 takes notice of its final year at Abington Friends, we think back
about the many events that have gone into completing our high school days.
Mumps on Freshman Day . . . Latin class assembly . . . Lir1da's election party . . .
Faculty skits at the Halloween parties . . . Bunny Hop in Mr. Goulding's class . . . Re-
hearsals and qualms of Sophomore play . . . Miss Lib . . . Stomach noises in Meeting
. . . Tales of the wild West . . . Blizzard on the night of the long awaited Ring Dinner
. . . Picking a theme and making decorations for the junior Prom . . . "Spotlight dances"
. . . Hike to the Senior Room . . . Reine's birthday party . . . Ballerina at Senior Prom
. . . Janet's and Mary's marriages . . . Cramming for exams . . . Del's daily plea for
ads . . . Final deadline for the yearbook . . . All the friends we've made through the
years . . . And so the class of 1955 graduates with the most memorable of all our ex-
periences . . . Commencement.
Stranger in Paradise"
"Make Love to Me"
In My Own Way"
Springtime in the
These Foolish Things
Dim, Dim the Lights"
Shake, Rattle and
"Roll, jordan, Roll"
"Count Your Blessings"
Naughty Lady of
"You Were Meant for
"Night and Day"
The Nearness of You"
Answer Me, My Love"
All right, you guys"
"Geez, what a grouch"
"I have a question"
"Guess what !"
Oh, great funniness
"Oh, stop it"
"I got an idea!"
"Eh, Gopha V'
"That's true but-"
Her pretty clothes
E. A. ring
Trail Ride button
P. C. jewelry
Gold wrist watch
Two dollar bill
In a Ford Victoria
In the lunchroom
In a tizzy
On the telephone
Surrounded by fans
On the other end of a
Working on the year-
Looking up words
In a daze
Wound around a chair
Taking roll for Glee
On college weekends
Sense of humor
Her small waist
Black, wavy hair
, Red hair
Getting up in the
Peopletwho suck their
Clashing color combina-
Wearing that green jer-
Talking with hands
Inability to keep
Biting her fingernails
Carrying a "Band-Aid
Need for a "weed"
Being a baseball fan
Sitting through M.
Brando movies twice
Squinting her eyes
Carrying the torch
A size larger
Wide open spaces
To go with one boy
To make first team
A personal mailman
A baseball player
A date with M. Brando
A new man
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S 'Follow the 61611111
Looking through the Irzterplamemary Minutely, I came across an article that caught
my attention. It was a review of the recent cinemascope television show, "Follow the
Gleam." The article said: "What a crowd was gathered here tonight. 150 million
people all over the universe must have viewed this gala affair. Twenty of the Earth's
most famous women were gathered on this show. Everything grew quiet, the house
lights went out, and the show had begun. The Master of Ceremonies introduced the
first person. It was Diane Badik, the famous clothes designer. She told him how she
loved combining unusual colors, and that she had started a new trend by combining.
orange and purple. 'I'd like you to see my latest creation,' she said, and out came
Phyllis Simon, the famous model. She was wearing a new pink and orange Badik
"The next person was Doris jean Miller. She had just finished lecturing to the
student body at Cornell, and she was on her way back to Princeton as she was the
University's first woman head. With her was Greta Gronquist, who had been the
secretary of the man who had originated the first space ship to Mars. She said the job
had had a lot of bookwork because they had to write to Mars and get permission.
"Mary Ickler was next and told us that she ran the world's most famous resort-
Buck Hill Falls. She had gone there on her honeymoon and had liked it so well that
she worked until she became its manager.
"Everyone knew the next three people, as they sprinted onto the stage. The first
one was Linda Hano, the Universal tennis star. She told us her plans for the future.
She planned to play PSKLEF MNPOT from Jupiter, and then BLK SKT of Pluto for
the Interplanetary Cup. With her was Adele Fitzgerald, who told us she was getting
ready for the 1976 Olympic Hockey Team. In 1972, she was on the Olympic Basket-
ball team, and in 1968 she played on the Olympic tennis team. Joanne McDowell, the
last but not least of this athletic trio, is a very famous baseball player. 'I've always liked
baseball,' she said, 'but I was very surprised when a team asked me to sign a contract.
Right now, I'm pitching for the Phillies, but I hope some day to become the manager-.'
"A loud jingling was then heard, like the sound of spurs, as Mandy Funk loped onto
the stage. She runs the World's most famous dude ranch, located near Banff, Canada.
It was left to her in the will of a very good friend. 'Do you like this career ?' the M.C.
asked. 'You bet!' she replied.
"The next famous person was Barbara Sheppard. She told us she had the largest
gopher farm in the world. She raises all different kinds of gophers: big, small, fat, thin,
blue, orange, and green. She seems to be very interested in her work.
"Judging from the applause, the next person was very well known. It was Ann
Fry, the great actress. She had just finished making a picture called, 'The Ann Fry
Story,' and was about to begin its sequel, 'Out of the Frying Pan.' She said she had
been interested in acting ever since she was in a school play of 'Pride and Prejudicef
"Marie Reine Matt, the next guest, is Earth's Ambassador to Mars. She said that
she had been interested in doing diplomatic work for many years, and she hoped some-
day to be a member of the United Planets fa branch of the United Nationsj.
"At this point in the show, a large explosion occurred. The M.C. told the audience
not to panic, that it was only jane Jordan, the 'mad chemist.' A few minutes later,
out she came, covered with black, Besides accidentally blowing up three of the
World's largest chemistry labs, she has invented a new formula for Ice Cream Sand-
"Next to appear was 'Miss Outer Space' of 1975, Carol Young. She told us how she
started out as 'Miss Elkins Park' and had worked up to become 'Miss Wor1d,' 'Miss
Universe' and finally 'Miss Outer Space.'
"A beautiful soprano voice was heard off-stage, and it was soon discovered that its
owner was joan DePaul. She was singing for the Metropolitan Opera Company and had
come to appear on this show between acts of 'Carmen.' She said that once she had
made the A.F.S. Glee Club, she never had any more trouble.
"Jessica Stephan was next to walk onto the stage. Everyone stood up, the band
played the National Anthem, and the clapping lasted for fifteen minutes. This was
the first woman President of the United States, who had, by issuing 'The Stephan
Doctrine,' ended wars forever.
"Everyone recognized the next guest as Merle Bennett. She had had a brilliant
career as a nurse and is now developing many new medicines and treatments. She told
the audience how she gave up the chance to marry because she thought her career was
so much more important.
"The next person was Sandra Albertson. When asked what she did, she replied,
'I sell "Interplanetary Pink Pills for Pale People," made on Pluto Planet.' She also
said she lived on Pluto, but that she did a lot of traveling from one planet to another.
"Applause filled the room as the famous author and critic, Barbara Danehower, walked
onto the stage. Millions of people have read her world famous book, The Bee. She
said that she had just finished another one called, "Around the World in a Sailboat,
which she hoped will be as successful as the first one.
"The last, but not least, guest was Margie Lang, the renowned editor of the Inter-
planetory Minuiely, the most widely read newspaper in the Universe. She has just
been chosen 'Editor of the Year,' for her fine work.
"The twenty celebrities then came back on the stage for their bows. Everyone agreed
that this was the best show ever put on. After twenty curtain calls, the clapping died,
and the house lights went on. The show was over."
fudeut Cfauucil 0Mcers
Left to right: joey Smith, Miss Tees, Susanne Heacock, Suellen Fisher, Ginger Hamilton,
Barbara Fisher, Trearuren' joan High, Serrem1'y,' jessica Stephan, Prerident. Abrezzl: joan
Firxt row, left to righi: S. Goetz, V. Pollock, P. Glueck, J. Renn, Miss Wolff, C. Brooks, Edilor-,'
A. Hurd, L. Welfley, C. Young, Auixlanl Editorg B. Allan, G. Gronquist, K. Kuhnle, G. Hamilton.
Second raw: N. Lindig, S. Pearson, S. Whittlesey, Bufineu Mmzager: S. Walker, G. Wriggins, Af!
Edilorg B. Helveston, B. Hartman, M. Whitson, P. Werden, L. Frederick.
New fl- -- ,
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Dramatic 61116 Offcers
Left to right: Linda Hano, Trea.vurer,' Carol Young, Vice Prexidentg joan Oppenheimer, Secrelaryg
Miss Bickley, Ann Fry, Prexidenz.
'Zfeftcrs fa Lfucerrzf'
DORIS JEAN MILLER
Felice ................ ....
A Glen' 611111
Fin! row, left to figbl: D. Post, R. Farran, D. Badik, A. Fry, Libmrian, Miss Ritz, P. Simon, Sec-
retary-Trea.rurer,' B. Taggart, C. Lapp, S. Allard. Second row: P. Glueck, B. Dickel, M, Jansson, A
Hurd, J. Stephan, J. High, S. Albertson, J. McDowell, C. Mertz, M. Ogilby, S. Fisher. Third row.
S. Salesky, S. Pearson, B. Johnston, K. Kuhnle, C. Young, G. Gronquist, V. Vollmer, S. Walker
R. Matt, F. Fleisher, D. J. Miller, B. Danehower. Fourth row: S. Wasum, S. Schulmerich, S. Sjos
trom, B. Helveston, S. Whittlesey, B. Hartman, N. Dawson, G. Wriggins, C. Brooks, C. Parry, M
Bennett, A. Fitzgerald, J. Renn. Abxerzt: J. DePaul, Prexident.
Left to right: Miss Ritz, A. Fry, P. Simon, A. Fitz-
gerald M. Bennett, S. Albertson, J. Stephan, K.
Kuhnle, D. Post. Abrent: J. DePaul.
First row, left la right: B. Thompson, M. Longshore, B. Fisher, P. Lees, T. Hartung, K. Vansant,
J. Greenawalt. Second raw: S. Wasum, J. Wagner, R. Farran, N. Dawson, B. Lotz, S. Schulmerich,
M. Ogilby, C. Lapp, Prerideniy C. Mertz, S. Weaver, N. Emhardt, B. Johnston, Miss Gold, S.
Fifrl row, left to right: B
Lorenz, R. Dorey, G. Bru-
nell, Miss Scott, S. Albert-
son, J. Scott, A. Fitzgerald,
A. Fry, D. Badik, J. Step-
han. Second row: D. Mor-
ton, G. McDowell,' Mr
Bartram, H. Whittaker, B
Danehower, J. Batt, C.
Parry, E. Cobourn, J
High, J. jordan, B. Shep-
Standing, left to rigbl: G. Brunell, C. Parry, M.
Funk, Clmirmmzf J. Scott, Miss Scott, Miss Scha-
backer, R. Matt, N. Dawson. Sealed: E. Cobourn,
S. Weaver, T. Hartung, P. Warden, C. Buck, A.
Left to right: Miss Ritz, B. Taggart, S. Goetz, Miss
Shabacker, B. Thompson, R, Farran, B. Danehower,
Left to right: D. Badik, Chdifllldllf Mr. Bartram, F
Fleisher, S. Dawson, C. Lapp, Miss Huey, D. Cooper,
Left to right: L. Hano, M. Bennett, R. Matt, M
Lang, M. Funk, G. Gehring, Mrs. Ammon, P. Simon,
Seated, left to right: P. Stephane, V. Hartung, S.
Evans Miss Tees S Knobelauch Starzdin : C. Post,
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E. Stephano, D. Post, E. Wise.
Seated, left to right. S. Cherksey, B. Batt, B. Camp
ion, S. Dunham, D. Cooper, W. Wyatt, B. Taggart
S. Allard, B. Fisher, J. Uttal, Miss Huey, Mrs. Mills
S. Dawson, B. Logan, C. Buck. Standing: P. Loeb
S. Allan, S. Heacock, J. Clement, G. Lamb, L. Wa:
sum, L. Gable, D. Wilson, M. Renn, A. Wattis, G
Armour, S. Sjostrom, J. Oppenheimer, B. Maier, S
Sacks, Miss Schabacker, E. Weihenmayer, J. Meyer
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Left to right: Miss Smith, Merle Bennett, T1'ea.wrer,' Adele Fitzgerald, Prefidemg Mandy Funk
Left to right: Doris jean Miller, Sandy
Pint row, left ia right: A. Fitzgerald, C,apiain,' P. Simon, Captain. Second raw: C. Mertz, C. Lapp
B. Helveston, S. Albertson, I. Uttal, C. Parry, B. Taggart, M. Bennett, J. McDowell, J. Oppen
heimer, I., Hano, M. Funk, M. Janssen. Third row: Miss Smith, R. Farran, Judy Scott, Janet Scott
B. Sheppard, S. Sjostrurn, B. Fisher, J. Stephan, J. jordan, S. Wasum, L. Berlinger, V. Vollmer, B
Danehower, D. J. Miller, D. Badik, Manager.
Fin! row, left to riglst: J. McDowell, J. Uttal, A. Fitzgerald, M. Bennett, Capming P. Simon, I.
Hano, J. Scott. Second row: C. Lapp, B, Taggart, B. Fisher, B. Helveston, J. Jordan, B. Sheppard
I.. Berlinger, S. XVhittlesey, V. Vollmer, D. Badik, Miss Smith. Abyem: J. DePaul, Manager.
Fin! row, left to rigbl: S. Salesky, J. High, Mmzagerg
Miss Gold, S. Wasum, C. Parry. Second row: G.
Gehring, S. Pearson, E. Cobourn, A. Hurd, K.
Kuhnle, B. Johnston, D. Badik.
Lefz to rigbl: L. Hano, M. Funk, S. Whittlesey, S.
Schulmefich, I. Batt, P. Simon, R. Matt, Managerj
Miss Smith, A. Fitzgerald.
Left to right: Miss Gold, S. Salesky, C. Lapp, J
McDowell, B. Taggart, J. Stephan, A. Fry.
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Fin! raw, left to right: Miss Schabacker, J. Oppenheimer, J. Scott, S. Allard, B. Allen, C. Brooks,
J. Batt, L. Welfley, A. Hurd, B. Taggart, S. Sjostrom. Second row: C. Lapp, J. Uttal, B. Fisher,
B. Helveston, N. Emhardt. Abxent: M. Jarnsson.
Firxt row, left to right: Barbara Al-
lan, Student Councilf John Batt,
Trearurer. Secand row: Maija Jans-
son, Vice Prexidentg Barbara Fisher,
Firrl raw, left to right: Kris Kuhnle,
Vice Pre.ride11t,' Diana Post, Treuxurer.
Second raw: Beverly Hartman, Presi-
dentg Sigrid Wasum, Serrelaryg Joan
High, Student Counril.
Fin! row, left to right: Miss Wolff,
V. Vollmer J. Wagner, E. Wise
Second raw: S. Fisher, V. Hartung
P. Glueck, B. Dickel, L. Berlinger,
S. Weaver, M. Ogilby, S. Hansmeier,
N. Dawson. Third row: R. Farran
J. Scott, J. Renn, C. Emhardt, F
Fleisher, B. Lotz.
Firrt row, left to right: J. High, E.
Cobourn. Serond row: S. Pearson, K.
Kuhnle, J. Hawley, C. Mertz, S.
Whittlesey, G. Wriggins. Third
raw: C. Parry, S. Wasum, G. Gehr--
ing, N. Lindig, S. Walker, B. Hart-
man, S. Salesky, S. Schulmerich, D.
Post, Miss Scott. Abreni: B. John-
ston, L. Friedrich.
Fir!! row, left to riglwl: Suellen F1sh
er, Student Councilg Betty Dickel
Serreiary. Serorzd row: Vicki Har
tung, Vice Prexiderzty Judy Wagner
Trearurerg Valerie Vollmer, Pfen
Firrt raui. leff lu :'ig!J1.' B. Logan. S
Allan, P. Loeb. 1. Clement, Mrs
Mills. Seeand rouz' S. Dunham. A
XV:1ttis. C. Buck. M. Renn, S. Sachs
G. McDowell, S. Goetz. R. Dorey
B. Campion, V. Pollack, S. Hencock
Tlnrd mu-: E. Stephano, P. Stephamo
G. Armour, S. Cher-ksey, S. Dawson
G. Brunell, 'B. Lorenz, D. Morton
B. Batt, D. Wilson.
Firfl rozr, left 10 rigbl: Ginger Ham-
ilton, Student Council: Bonnie Fish-
er, Tre.1.rnrer'. Suroud 1'01l'.' Eloise
XX'eihenmayer. See1'el.11'5.' Katy Van-
sant. Vive Pre.ridw1f.' Marcia Long-
Fizzrl mug lefl 10 rigbf: janet Cle-
ment, Prerideui: Bethel Logan, Tre.z.r-
urer. Second rouz' Dee Dee XX'ilson,
Viee Prerideuf: Arlene VC'attis. See-
1'Ef:H'-'1', Susanne Heacock. Sludenl
Firrl row, left lo right: Miss Tees,
T. Hartung, B. Fisher. L. Gable. P.
Lees. Second rouz' H. Whittaker. P.
Werden, C. Davenport, XX'. Wfyatt,
B. Maier, S. Evans, M. W'hitson, M.
Longshore. J. Meyer, C. Post. Third
faux' D. Cooper, E. Weihenmayer.
G. Hamilton. K. Vunsant, B. Thomp-
son, S. Knobeluuch, J. Greenawalt.
Abfeutx Linda Frederick, J. Dean
G. Lamb. L. XX-'asum.
TUWNSNIP LINE NUND ANU WASHINGTON LANE ' JENKINTDWN, Ph.
Americcfs newest, most luxurrbus apartment manor . . .
You simply musl see The Benson . . . a brillianl new eonceplion of modern living.
Each magnilieenl aparlmenl suile is like a Hollywood ranch house . ..
wilh huge living rooms and dining rooms, panoramic piclure windows, chic balhs
and powder rooms, kilchens lhal sparkle wilh eleganl appoinlmenls.
Nero is a fabulous domain of luxury and convenience. Under one sumpluous roof,
a dining room, superelle, drug slore, barber and beauly shop,
underground parking, 4 aulnmalic elevalors, maid and valel service, laundry,
professional wing. . . a brealh-laking array of superb facililies.
250 exquisite 1 2 and 3 bedroom suites 598 to 3280 monthly
Gracious Suburban Living, only 19 Minutes from Town
Sel like a rare gem in Philarlelphia's mosl beauliful suburbs,
o,,,NsH Township Line lload, Iell one block lo Washinglon Lane,
C' 'P Ufvf R or iusl drive norlh on Washinglon Lane lo The Benson.
,sp Only 19 minules from lown via lleading llailroad.
X' 5 The Benson is easily reached . . . Norlh on llld York Road lo
TELEPHONE WAVERLY 4-2299
Wilma 74 ?4lleua4
Paperhanging and Decorafing
7525 Norfh 2ls+ S+reei
PHILADELPHIA 38. PA
Cemeni, Painis, e1'c.
I37 GREENWOOD AVE.
Thos. A. Campion
48l YORK ROAD
2 WASHINGTON LANE AND YORK RD.
Ogonh I287 8OII York Road
ELKINS PARK, PA.
Good Coffee - Fine Food
Uhr Eaehrrmnnh Grille 0
800 Old York' Road
Penna. Roufe 6lI
56 I 8 Germaniown Ave.
--W PICK UP AND DELIVER
ATIANTIQ MEIrose 5-8806 FOWLER SHINNI INC.
RQBERTS Dodge and Plymoulla
ATLANTIC SERVICE STATION
Dodge Job-Rafed Trucks
Yorlc Road aI' Noble Sfafion
E- W' ROBERTS' Prop. Ogonh Maiesfic Ogonh
Township and Cadwalader 7428 5-2222 3l63
Elkins Park I7. Pa.
F C ll
FRED H. STRAUB 'jjd "
Jewelers Since IB94 Delivery
2722 Germanlown Ave. Service Plam and Office
BA, 9.3440 605 Wes'I' Avenue Jenlciniown, P
Pari' of Jenlriniown, Pa. Og. 7900
Besf of Luck 'Io
THE CLASS OF '55
in fhe Years 'l'o Come
Welsh Rd. and Tennis Ave.
HELWEG 81 SON
JOHN E. SJOSTROM
PHILADELPHIA 22. PENNSYLVANIA
Manufaciurers and Designers of
Guns and Sporfing Goods
2I LEEDOM STREET
Og. 6920 Jenkin+own, Pa.
Old York Road's OIdes'I"
BALL 84 -COFFIN
The MarIzeI' Place
For Be'H'er Homes
WiIIiam Kuhn, Jr.
Richard E. Kuhn
and Insurance Brokers
Vene+ian Blinds Shades
HARRY C. BERLINGER. JR.
Rugs and Carpers
Rubber and AsphaII' Tile
7 I 5 Greenwood Ave.
7II Wesi' Ave.
Og. 4550 Ogonh 6434
Esfablished I 865 CARILLONIC BEL'-S
w. BAYLY a. soN, INC. Pmduced By
GYMNASIUM SUITS. ETC.
loo:-os Filberi' S+. PUB'-'C BU"-DWG5
Philadelphia, Pa. Sellersville, Pa.
Bes+ Wishes +o +he
Class of I955
Rosa MILLS, INC.
MAKERS OF NOVELTY YARNS
"Clo'rhes in The Casual Manner"
aolz ogom Ave. Philadelphia, Pa
MATHERS BEAUTY SALON
8045 York Road
Elkins Park, Pa.
Mobilgas Service S1'a+ion
Ch. I293 or 946i
BROWN'S DRUG STORE
Hunlingdon Valley, Pa.
Chapel Hill 04l4
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Alberfson
Mr. Joseph Carfer
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Fry
Miss Emilie W. Furniss
and Mrs. Joseph Happe, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Happe. Jr.
Mr. Craig B. Harlan
and Mrs. P. E. Miller
L. F. Sharpless
Curiis T. Simmons
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. James Siephan
The Spinning Wheel
Mr. and Mrs. Robin E. Roberis
Mr. and Mrs.
62lI N. Mascher Si.
Philadelphia 20, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. Valenfine DePaul
Davisville and Pioneer Rds.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank DePaul
Welsh Rd. -
Huniingdon Valley, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Fifzgerald
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lang
H34 Wesibury Rd.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Newburger
Hunfingdon Valley, Pa.
8000 Ogoniz Ave.
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Young
Elkins Park, Pa.
William Hyndman III
ERLEN FOOD MARKET
Compleie Food Siore
I'-70I SEVENTY-FOURTH AVE.
Prompr and Free Delivery
A. S. FARENWALD
York Rd. and Greenwood Ave.
CLASS OF I 955
Pickup and Delivery Service
Chapel Hill 94Il
L. W. OSWALD
Wishing York Road a+ Wes'r Ave.
me JENKINTOWN, PA.
CLASS OF ,955 Prescripiion Dep+. Ogonfz I447
All +he Luck
in We ALADDIN
Years +o Come
Greenwood Ave. and Leedom S+.
J. FRANK MOTSON COMPANY
I DoNATo BROS.
Pioneer Food Sfore
CompIe+e Food MarIceI
I8II Horace Ave.
Abingion, Pa. OG 8950
York Road and Guernsey Ave.
OG 9257 T. O. Biornson
Amsier, Pa. Ambler ovoa
WALKER'S FLORAL SHOP
I828 W. Chelienham Ave.
Phiiadelphia 26, Pa.
LIVINGSTON 9-483 I
Besi Wishes Io 'Ihe
Class of I955 From
I07 S. EasI'on Rd.
BRYNER CHEVROLET CO.
l4O Old York Rd.
Phone Turner 2927
Pizzeria Spaghe'Hi Ravioli
SI'eaIc Sandwiches Hoagies
Anyfhing Io Take Our
2I E. Glensicie Ave.
You Can'+ Buy Finer
Ice Cream Than
HOWARD R. PETERMAN, JR.
Life and General X ' .
Insurance v ' I
rv I f I
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Q om XX V
WaInuI' 2-2I24 4I3 Locus'I' S'I'.
PHILADELPHIA 6' PA' Because its high quality
V is guaranteed by Brey f mous "Pledge
of Purity." Made bett Breyers Ice
Cream naturally tast b tt
I62O W INDIANA AVE
PHILADELPHIA 32, Po.
B A. 9-2930
St. auI's' Qllhurnh
Old York and Ashbourne Roads
ELKINS PARK PENNSYLVANIA
The Rev. Frederic Richardson Murray, B.D.,
Recforg William T. Timmings, Mus. Doc.,
F.A.G.O., Organis+ and Choirmasfer
CornpIin1en,I.S Roberl' Godfrey, Sexlon
of Holy Communion
A Church School and Adulf Bible Class
Third Sunday of 'Ihe Monlh
I I:00 A.M.
Morning' Prayer and Sermon
I I:00 A.M.
Holy Communion and Sermon lFirsI Sunday,
I I:00 A.M.
Church-Time Class for Children
I I:00 A.M.
lService Broadcasl' From
S'raIion WIBG 99 KC-I I:00 A.M.l
Class of '56 A
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GOOD ,M ij
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. of IIIW'
THE LEHIGH PRESS
CLASS OF I955
From A FRIEND
BE SI WISHE S
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3I50 N. Broad S'I'ree'I
Philadelphia 32, Penna.
John K. Wildemore, Jr.
Elkins Park, Penna.
Congra'ruIa+ions and Besi' of
Luck, From I'he CLASS OF '59
I23I N. York Road Abingfon, Penna. PHILADELPHIA' PA'
FURNITURE DRAPERIES ' '
UPHOLSTERING SLIP COVERS
Ogonh 8475 - 6235 FRANK J. DEKER
Qannew of Q-,lyik
fmfAm CS-ince 1832
""1""-""""' E -an-.nn.-hu--un1uu1um
J ROBERT N.
0 R D A N
Beury Building o 370I N. Broad Sf.
SAgamore 2-0200 o Philadelphia 40. Pa
Willow Grove 0542-44
L p sci-IULL
Chrysler - Plymouih
York Road and Lincoln Ave.
FRANK SCHULL WILLOW GROVE, PA.
"THE GREEN ARROW"
Park and Ea'I'
ROBERT E. FOULKROD
Independence Building Philadelphia 6
Besl' of Luck
Open Wed. and Fri. Eves. TURNER I529
gang 41' 3419 OF JENKINTOWN
Juvenile Furni+ure and Toys
437 York Road
-DELIVERY SERVICE Jenkiniown
877 Township Line Road
ELKINS PARK. PA.
BELL PHONE oeomz case
W. J. PICKWELL
Elecirical Conira cI'or
423 Old York Road Jenkiniown, Pa.
80I4 York Rd.
ELKINS PARK, PA.
Jerome F. Haaz, Ph.G.
Me. 5-3000 Me. 5-4200
Elkins Park, Pa.
ALFRED P. LIEBOLD, INC.
We invife ihe graduafes of
A.F.S. 'ro visil' us for giffs.
WOMEN'S APPAREL M. E. ALKUS-FRECORD SHOP
79l0 High School Rd.
Elkins Park. Pa. Me 5-2490
Jenlcinlown, Pa. +0
THE CLASS OF '55
bex, 51.94-'X GX
M4 QW .
Sf. John's Lufheran Church WARREN H. SMITH
Melrose Ave. and York Rd. Reahor
Melrose Parlc, Pa.
THE REV. KENNETH P. CTTEN 327 Nm" Easlon Road
PAUL JAEGER Office Teleohone
Guns and Sporring Goods Ogonh 877'
21' Leedom gfreef Residence Telephone
Og. 6920 Jenlrinlown, Pa. ogonlz 2993
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