Abington High School - Oracle Yearbook (Abington, PA)
- Class of 1938
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BY H. G. Rm 'suck is SON
LETNQT MEMPIES FADED Big
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Golden Anniversary. Fifty Years of change
and progress in Abington High
School, We present a surn-
mary Of these five decades
in our 1988 Yearbook.
1888 - - 1988
CLASSES AT WORK .
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The classes of 1938 dedicate this
Yearbook to Wayne C. Nleschter,
retired president of the School
Board, for his Work, loyalty, and
Qenuine interest in the Students
of this, our high school.
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WAYNE C. MESCHTER
ALBERT W. ZACKEY, Prffidezzz
E. B. AYRES, IR.
ALFRED H. KLEPFER
I. LEWIS FRETZ
ALEXANDER C. WATT
HOXVARD M, GTVENS
E. WAYNE IENKINS
J. C. WEIRICK
Abington Township School Board
Top row-E. B. Ayres, Jr., Alfred H. Klepfer, Lewis Fretz. Louis C. Metz isecretary, not a memberl
Front row-Alexander C. Watt, Howard M. Givens, Albert W. Zackey, E, Wayne Jenkins
ABINGTON HIGH SCHOOL 1888
ABINGTON HIGH SCHOOL I938
High School Principals
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IOHN WIEDER . ..
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Abington High School has served the girls and boys of
Abington Township for Hfty years. If the girls and boys of
Abington have been educated to be useful and happy citizens,
then truly the high school has served and served well. What
could be more comforting than to reach the age of hfty and
feel that the years have been spent in making others more cap-
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HELEN M. CLARK
GEORGE S. GESSNER
HELEN P. BRXGGS
GEORGE F. ERB
GERTRUDE E. HERZOG
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Fifty in the entire school, including school and
g r a cl e s -One teacher, Ambrose L. Custer-Mr.
Custer taught all the elementary subjects plus geome-
try, German, Spanish and Latin-One living gradu-
ate in class of 1888, Katie Mahan of Bethayres-The
1889 graduating class had hue members, Louisa
Leland, George Tomlinson, john Myers, lohn Blalqe
and Charles Ambler-High school occupied one
room in ufhat is nouf the annex-Until 1888, tourn-
ship had four one-room schools-Abington was nouf
a tufo-year consolidated high school-No social af-
fairs or sports-Only one course, general.
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Colorx-Green and Silver.
To the January Class ol 1938
Some one has said that education is not hook learning any more. lt is hook learning
plus, and the plus is more important than the hook. You will soon forget what you leiirneel
from books, hut may you ever remember iintl exemplify the liner things for wliieh Abington
stands. To all of you I wish real success.
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BARBARA L. SMITH
ETHEL MAY IOHNSON
ROBERT G. TAYLOR
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HERBERT B. AMSTRONG
Herb. Likeable. Versatile. Sports-
man. Honor student. Student Coun-
cil treasurer, president. Recipient of
Civic Attitude awards. Class presi-
dent. Band. Orchestra. Letterman in
basketball, baseball, football. Eti-
quette Club president. Nature Club.
WILLIAM K. BATES
Bill. Vice-president, Student Coun-
cil. All-Scholastic end. Senior treas-
urer. President, A. A. Basketball,
baseball monograms. Track letter-
man. Minstrel Show. Boys, Hi-Y.
Rifle, Airplane clubs. Hillbilly
Band. Sociablc, Enjoys hunting, fish-
ing, trapping. Competent.
WALLACE L. BINDRIM
Wally. Tennis varsity. Campus,
Printing, Etiquette clubs. Future
aviator or printer. Likes sports,
stamps, automobiles. Modest. Reti-
cent. Always ready with a smile.
WALTER G. BOWDITCH
Wall, Participated in Christmas
play sophomore year. Regular mem-
ber of band two years. Science,
Mathematics clubs. Hopes for South
American adventures. Studious. Con-
structs models. Delights in Hshing,
EDWARD CARLTON BROCK
Eddie. Two years at Jenkintown
High. Letters in baseball and foot-
ball. Monogram in track. Nature,
Stamps, Printing, and Boys' Etiquette
clubs. Delights in dancing and
'jaml' sessions. Will take up print-
RICHARD W. ARNOLD
Dick. Sense of humor. Magnetic
personality. Operetta lead. Christ-
mas play. Radio programs. Debating
team. Parent-Teacher Association
programs, Dramatic Club vice-presi-
dent. Band. Orchestra. A Cappella
Choir. Senior play. Collects stamps
and coins. Budding teacher.
WARREN J. BELTZ
Reserved. Ambitious to be com-
mercial artist. President, Art Club.
Second prize in Scholastic Art Con-
test. Honor Roll. Tennis letter.
Oracle Staff. Builds sailboats, plays
ping-pong in spare time.
HAROLD L. BITMAN
H. L. Soccer varsity. Latin, Cam-
era, Current Events, Mathematics,
Chess clubs. Budding ping-pong
champion. Sportsman. Quiet. Un-
assuming. Dependable. A true
ALFRED C. BOYSEN, IR.
Al. Musical minded. Webster's
walking dictionary. Mathematical
wizard. A Cappella choir. Glee
Club, Elizabethan Singers. Man-
ages English stockroom. Green Stork-
ing. The Magi's Gift. Operettas,
Robin Hood, Enchanted Isle.
S peed . Lanky Leon. Letter in
soccer. Campus, Local History,
Camp Cooking, Rifle, and Auto clubs.
Hobbies-swimming, ping-pong, and
tennis. A future mechanical genius.
M. RICHARD CARPENTER
Dick. Always wants quick action.
Football monogram. Senior play.
Participated in soccer, tennis. Hill-
billy Band. A. A. Minstrel. Air-
plane, Boys' Etiquette, Rifle, Auto
clubs. Enjoys swimming, tennis,
Barb. Happy-go-lucky, Manager
of swimming team. junior Fourth
Estate. Secretary, Style Club. Read-
ing, Dramatic clubs. Enjoys movies.
Sparkling dark eyes. College as-
DONALD P. COOK
Don. Tennis letter. Swimming
monogram. Alyirlgloniarz sports edi-
tor, junior Fourth Estate. Operet-
tas. Christmas play. Geeen Stockings.
Debating team. Current Events Club.
Dramatic Club president. Chess Club
secretary. Hi-Y president. Coin col-
lector. Budding journalist.
THOMAS A. CRISTALDI
Tom. Dark. Quiet. I. V. foot-
ball. Football reporter for Junior
Fourth Estate. Collected Oracle sub-
scriptions. Public Speaking class
programs. Campus- and Auto clubs.
Fond of sports. Wishes to travel.
Oracle staff. Yearbook. German
Club president. Honor Roll. Latin,
Dramatic clubs. Hi-Y. Delightful
company. Efficient. Sympathetic.
Writes poetry. Likes to read and
dance. Plays the piano. Commence-
ment speaker. Intelligent. A future
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ANTHONY A. CILIBERTO
Eggy. Very congenial. Letter in
wrestling. Boys, Etiquette and Print-
ing clubs. Delights in sports and
reading. Hopes to work for a news-
paper or printing office.
BRYCE C. COCHRAN
Doc. Science, Mathematics clubs.
Manager of baseball. First in Intelli-
gence Test, Interested in micro-
scopes, electrical apparatus. Wfould-
JOHN R. COWELL
lack. Phonograph records, his
hobby. Accompanist for operettas,
assemblies, Latin, Glee clubs. A
Cappella choir. Real musician, Quiet.
Dependable. Future organist or or-
J. MARK CULLEY
Rip. Radio, Science clubs. Con-
structs radios, electrical appliances.
Excels in mathematics. Future elec-
trical engineer. Speed King of Glen-
side. Witty, ingenious, satirical.
GEORGE B. DARBY
Darley. Fair-haired chap with per-
sistent grin. Christmas play. Parent-
Teacher Association programs. Senior
play. Minstrel Show. Ycrzrlrook,
Airplane Club president. Etiquette
Club. Color bearer. Builds model
air planes and boats. Future middy.
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ROBERT L. DORN '
Bob. Varsity football. Minstrel
Show. Flower of Venezia, Tire Out-
law King, Enchanted Isle. Member
of Etiquette Club. Wants to become
a gentleman of leisure!
DOROTHY Nl. DRUMM
Doilie. Jolly and amiable. Eti-
quette, Dramatic clubs. Radio broad
cast program. Dramatically inclined.
Scored hit in Green Szockingf. Future
dietitian, Good cook. Enjoys danc-
VIOLET M. ELLIS
Tools. Independent. Frank, "Marks
are not everything." Etiquette Club.
Lady of the Terrace. Spends leisure
time dancing and swimming.
F. XVILLIAM FISH
Bill. Campus Club president.
Secretary, Tropical Fish Club. Camera
Club. Flag bearer in band. Likes
stage directing and art. Green Stock-
ings. Interested in architectural
DORIS J. FOWLER
Friendly, Unassuming and quiet.
Fastidious. Expert seamstress. Leath-
ercraft, Latin, Dramatic clubs. Green
Stockings. Yearbook. Enjoys danc-
ing and swimming. Aspires to be a
Dolry. Yearbook editor-in-chief.
Oracle staff. Lead in Green Stock-
ings. Radio broadcasts. Debating
team. Temple Forum. Leather-
craft, Dramatic, Current Events, Eti-
quette clubs. Christmas plays. Tall,
Handsome. Hi-Y. Interested in
personalities. Future labor concilia-
JOHN Y. ELLIOfI'T
lack. Honor Roll, Abingtonian
editor. Jolly. Junior Fourth Estate.
Commencement speaker. Collector of
stamps and hotel stationery. Presi-
dent, Local History Club. Green
Stockings, Debating team. Second
Consul, Latin Club. A future jour-
BETH ANNE FERRIS
bibby. Basketball, tennis, hockey
letters. Abingtonian. Junior Fourth
Estate. Current Events and Camera
Club secretary. Dramatic Club, Hi-Y
secretary. Interested in tennis photos.
A future journalist.
M. ELIZABETH FORSYTH
Betty. Friendly. Quiet. Winning
personality. Travel, Commercial,
Style clubs. Class hockey. Likes to
read and dance. Would-be private
PHYLLIS R. FOWLER
Phil. Style, Commercial, Typing
clubs. Collects animals. A Cappella
Choir. Glee Club. Graceful dancer,
Plays the piano. Wants to travel.
Humorous. Future stenographer or
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MARGARET S, FRETZ
Peggy. Yearlwolr stall. Green
Stockings. Hockey ietter. Honor
Roll. Latin, French, Dramatic clubs.
Modern Diana. Orchestra. Col-
lector of miniatures. Attractive.
Dependable. Ambitious. A Would-
LANDON C. FUQUA
Landy. Letter for basketball man-
ager. Monogram for cross-country.
Vice-president, Senior Dramatic Club
Member Aircraft, Current Events,
Etiquette, Boys' Hi-Y, and Rilie
clubs. Wants to be a farmer. Hob-
bies-hunting dogs and farming.
FLORENCE V. GARRETSON
Style Club president, Style, Reading,
Dramatic club secretary, Green
Stockings. Likes to ride horseback.
A whiz at designing. Budding stylist.
A pleasure to know her.
JOSEPH F. GFELNER
joe. A class wit. Letter and
monogram in swimming. A. A. Min-
strel. Green Sloclaings. Band, Cur-
rent Events, Dramatic clubs. Chess
Club president. Orchestra. Senior
class vice-president. Would-be diplo-
DOROTHY V. GUENST
Dot. Efficient. Commercial, Travel
clubs, four years, Somebodyis pri-
vate secretary, Drives car, Enjoys
dancing, swimming. Ardent seam-
stress. Kay's shadow.
Gert. Quiet. Elihcient. Commer-
cial Club secretary. German Club
president, secretary. Aspiration, pri-
vate secretary. Excellent crocheter.
Likes popular music. Ready, Willing.
Bill. Blue eyes. Blond hair. Sense
of humor. Collected subscriptions
for the Oracle. Scrapbook Club.
Drummer in a local dance orchestra,
Disciple of swing. Future orchestra
RAYMOND C. GARVIN
Splinter, Good-natured. Radio
Club president. Science Club vice-
presiclent. Owns and operates ama-
teur radio station W3'GRY. Likes
ping-pong. Will study to be a radio
Basketball letter. Varsity tennis.
Flower of Venice. Rolrin Hoozl. Eti-
quete Club secretary. lfnclmnled Isle,
Reading, Dramatic clubs. Greesi
Siockingir heroine. A Cappella Choir.
Talkative. Eager. Alert.
MARY E. HALL
Alringloninn. Green Stockings.
Hi-Y, Rifle, Dramatic clubs. Dog
connoisseur. Genial, Sense of hu'
mor. Likes to travel. Demure.
Pleasing personality. A future buyer.
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Dick. Student Council member.
Plays trumpet in band, orchestra,
Cross-country, track, swimming teams.
Boys, Etiquette Club. Likes swim-
ming, stamps, "jam" sessions. Like-
able. Good worker.
ELIZABETH J. I-IEINEMAN
Betsy. Decidedly original. Unique
personality. Efiicient. Argumenta-
tive. Commencement speaker. Secre-
tary, Current Events Club. Drama-
tic Club. Green Stockings. Hi-Y.
Honor Roll. Abingtunian. Loves to
read and write. Harbors aspiration
to be an archaeologist.
HENRY M. HERMANNS
Hen. Kind-hearted. Trustworthy.
Dignilied. Hillbilly Band. Oracle.
Yearbook. Mathematics Club presi-
dent. Nature Club. Favorite pas-
times, drawing and aviating. Prospec-
tive aeronautical engineer.
EDWARD W. HOUCK
Ed, Shy but clever. Sleek brown
hair. Camp Cooking, Airplane, Rifle
clubs. Writes well. Longs to be an-
other Courtney R. Cooper, Enjoys
fishing, hunting, trapping. Senior
REBECCA W, HUNSICKER
Becky. Travel Club president, sec-
retary. Commercial Club president.
Likes to sew and dance. Aspires to
be a private secretary. Always ready
to smile and work.
ROBERT SPRUANCE HARLEY
Bob. Quiet, dignined, willing, and
able. Student Council. Honor Roll.
Civic Attitude Award. Commence-
ment speaker. Alningtonian editor.
Junior Fourth Estate. A Cappella
Choir. Airplane, Mathematics, Dra-
matic clubs. Model airplane builder
and stamp collector. Sprouting
Wlrimpy. Current Events, Science,
Mathematics clubs. Regular mem-
ber of A Cappella Choir. Striving
to be a chemical engineer. Enjoys
cooking, mathematics, hiking, nature
study. Peculiar knack in expressing
thoughts. Resourceful. Clever.
W. WILSON HORST
Will. Yearbook staff. Keen sense
of humor. Always smiling, A kind
word for everyone. Oracle. Minstrel
Show. Nature, Mathematics clubs.
Interested in science. A born engi-
FRANK R. HOUPT
Willie, Serious yet humorous.
Printing, Nature, and Boys' Etiquette
clubs. Enjoys fishing, camping, and
tennis. Wants to work for the
United States Weather Bureau.
ERNEST L. KENAS
Ernie. Aims at radio serviceman
job. Enjoys hunting, building radios,
collectng attractive neckties. Mem-
ber of Printing, Radio, Rifle clubs.
Football letterman. Experimental
chemist. Calm nature.. Full of fun.
DORIS E. KLEPFER
Always laughing. Obliging, A
Cappella Choir. Dramatic, Glee
Clubs. Yearbook staif. Another
budding school teacher. Collects
miniature animals. Operetta chorus.
Green Stockings. Graceful dancer.
MARGARET L. KRUEGER
Hi-Y president. Student Council
secretary. Latin Club scribe. Dra-
matic, Leathercraft clubs. Oracle edi-
tor, junior Fourth Estate. Green
Stockings, Announced Student Coun-
cil Variety Show. Honor Roll. Com-
mencement spealcer. Modest. Pleas-
JEANNE M. LIGHT
Jimmy. Yearbook staff, Witty.
Clever. Jolly. Likes drawing, danc-
ing. Piano player. Honor Roll stu-
dent. Hi-Y secretary. Latin Club
treasurer. Green Stockings. Hockey
manager. Budding surgical nurse.
Dotiie. Gracious. Music lover.
Ambitious. Enjoys reading, singing,
hiking. Plays piano. Glee Club, A
Cappella Choir, Hostess Club. Lead-
ing role in Enrbanleal Isle. Operetta
choruses. Future nurse.
Kay. From George Washington
High School, New York City. Art
Club. Likes to draw. Budding com-
mercial artist. Enjoys swimming and
dancing. Quiet and reserved.
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WILLIAM A. KREITLER
Bill. Student Council. Cross-
country, second team. Oracle artist.
Minstrel show. Rifle, Senior Dra-
matic clubs. Future Virginia stud
farmer. Green Stoclciugs. Hillbilly
Band. Trapper, hunter. fisherman.
Born humorist. Clever cartoonist.
EDITH I. LEVENTON
Edie. Efficient. Dependable. Dark
brown hair. junior Fourth Estate
member, Senior play student coach.
Commercial, Etiquette clubs. Intends
to travel. Enjoys horseback riding,
S, JANE LOEB
Sally fane. From Philadelphia
Girls' High. Witty. Dramatic, Art,
Bird clubs. A Cappella Choir. Clever
at drawing. Keeps a diary. Lilces to
dance and sing. Future fashion de-
Ilrlac, Printing Club treasurer.
Camera, Etiquette clubs. Green
Stockings. Baseball letter, Future
professional baseball player. Hunt-
ing and fishing enthusiast. True
Mackey. Interested in public
speaking. Metnber Radio Club. Am-
leaves and poems.
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Ed, Quiet. Unassuming. Let-
ters in tennis, baseball, Vice-president
Boys' Hi-Y. Current Events, Eti-
quette clubs. Enjoys golfing, read-
ing. Plans to be a Diesel engineer,
Cheerful. Student Council. Happy-
go-lucky. Monograms-football, base-
ball, wrestling. Letters-baseball,
soccer. Saves pennants. Boys' Eti-
quette, Printing clubs. Coming pro-
fessional baseball player.
Slvorly. Shy. Serious. Vice-presi-
dent, Style Club, Commercial, Li-
brary clubs. Delights in horseback
riding and ice-skating. Fated to be
BARBARA L. SMITH
Good-natured. Keen sense of hu-
mor. Yearbook staff. Student Coun-
cil secretary. Commencement speak-
er. Civic Attitude Awards. Honor
Roll. Augmented Elizabethan Sing-
ers, Hi-Y vice-president. Latin
Club president. A Cappella Choir.
Dramatic Club. Geen Slockingr lead.
GEORE H. STONER
Ike. Student Council treasurer.
Alringtonian, junior class president.
Swimming letters. Second in State
Diving Championship, Would-be
physical education teacher. Photogra-
Karl. Tall blond. Coming South
American explorer. Hillbilly Band.
Hunter. Wresting squad. Humorous.
Fond of traveling. Archery. Ambi-
Joi-IN W. RUTTLE
fuck. A Cappella Choir, Current
Events Club. Participant in assem-
bly broadcasts. Enjoys building
things. Desires to be chemical engi-
neer. Enterprising. Good-natured.
Slim. Honor Roll student three
years. Radio, Current Events clubs.
Builds radios, electrical appartus. As-
pires to be electrical engineer. Com-
mencement speaker. Resolute. Zeal-
ous. Very sociable. Good com-
MARJORIE K. SPAHR
Margie. Cute. Friendly. Senior
secretary. Co-business manager,
Abingtonian. Travel, Etiquette clubs.
Practical Writing Club president.
Commercial Club vice-president. Hi-Y.
Likes to sew. Future secretary in law
oflice. Green Stockings. Types an-
ROERT E. STUDLEY
Bob. Boys' Hi-Y. Dramatic. Eti-
quette clubs. Life Saving Club presi-
dent. Nature Club secretary. En-
joys skeet shooting, gunning. A
steady job is all he asks.
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JULIANA K, TOTH
Julia. Quiet. Sincere. A pleas-
ant companion, Commencement
speaker. President, Commercial Club.
Art, Etiquette clubs. Hi-Y. Co-
business manager, Alnirzgtouian. Likes
to sketch and play piano, A future
FRANK A. VOTTA
Product of Upper Moreland. In-
dividualist, Math shark. Earned
football letter at Upper Moreland.
Life-saving, Etiquette, Camera clubs,
Loves woodworking, photography.
joe. Retiring. Light brown hair,
Loyal football sub. Oracle business
staff. Airplane, Camera, Rifle clubs.
Model airplanes and gunning, his
hobbies. Content on a boat going no-
Bill. Quiet. Attended Frankford
High School three years. Takes keen
interest in automobile races. Air-
plane, Auto club member. Compe-
tent caddie. Likes driving cars.
DONALD G. WALTON
Shorty. Anything but short. Will-
ing always. Soccer, cross-country
teams. Basketball, track letters, Dra-
matic Club vice-president. Rifle Club
president, Head Cheerleader. Lead
in Green Stockings.
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Scientific M A ig
Dick. Letter in wrestling and soc- fra,
cer. Current Events, Boys' Etiquette gl' , '
clubs. Plays basketball in his spare . 3 A '
time. Toots a cornet. His ambi- 'if'-h ,K '
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Jazz. -iocular. A keen mind.
Monogram for cross-country. Air-
plane Club. Musician, Two years
in band. orchestra. Pastimes-model
airplanes, music. A future engineer.
PHYLLIS K. WAGNER
Dolly. Honor Roll. Latin, Dra-
matic clubs. Talented. Graceful
dancer. Quiet. Dependable, Plays
piano, Ambitious. Participates in
assembly programs. Debating team.
Blushes. A budding surgeon.
DOROTHY E. WALKER
Dot. Staunch member of Coin-
mercial Club, Travel Club vice-presi-
dent. Devotee of reading, swimming.
music. Looks forward to secretarial
career. Sometimes rated Honor Roll.
Book-devouring. Willing worker.
Aim. Operetta choruses. Eti-
quette, A Cappella Choir, Commer-
cial clubs. Collects poems. swims,
sews, Ambitious for secretarial ca-
reer. Clever dancer. Independent
thinker. Reserved. Humorous.
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Tam. Science, Camera, Boys' Eti-
quette, Camp Cooking clubs. P.-T. A.
Christmas program. Hopes to see
the world. Fishing, hunting, trap-
ping-loves 'em all Never quiet.
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Whittle. Senior B treasurer. Bas-
ketball, hockey letters. Basketball
captain. Dramatic Club secretary-
treasurer. Etiquette, Modern Dance
Club president. Life-Saving Club.
Hi-Y, Robin Hood. Student Coun-
cil. Lover of animals. Oh, for a
WARREN WEISS FEBRUARY 16, 1934
LAURA Fox MARCH 22, 1936
IEANNE BABERICH NOVEMBER II, 1937
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Colors-Rell and Gold,
Abington High School's lessons you hope
In your Work and your hobbies to apply.
VVorry not about the type of service you giyeg
Be the best in Whatever you try.
M, B. MESSINGER
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Toby. Petite. Always laughing.
Popular. Former student of Chelten-
ham High. Cute. Honor Roll.
Yearbook staff. Junior Fourth Es-
tate. Etiquette, Dramatic clubs.
Good dancer. Enjoys swimming,
reading, dancing. Good sport.
HARRY M. BATTERSBY
Likes riding, swimming, sleeping.
A Cappella Choir, Glee Club. Oper-
etta, Enchanted lrle. Elizabethan
Singer. Nature, Etiquette clubs. Ex-
pects to be a mortician.
Biz. Varsity hockey player. Three
years swimming. Excellent eques-
trienne. Secretary, Reading Club.
Latin Club Hi-Y treasurer. Witty.
K' I Swinging step.
NETTA W. BRENNAN
Scottie. Oracle staff. A Cappella
Choir, Caravan Club. Wants to be a
secretary. Likes tennis and dancing.
Quiet. Helpful. Always around
E. MARGARET BROWN
Auggie. Buoyant, happy-go-lucky.
Elizabethan Singer. A Cappella
Choir, Glee Club, Senior Play cast.
Reading Club. Participant in WIP
broadcast. Christmas play. Collects
stamps, Knows latest dance steps.
URBAN C. BALBIER, JR.
Bud. On football squad four
years. Camera, Campus, and Rifle
clubs. Aspires to be an automobile
salesman. Collects scrapbooks. En-
joys participating in sports.
ELIZABETH M. BINDER
Lizbetfr. Prospective English teach
er. Active member Latin, Dramatic
clubs. Knits, Violin player par ex-
cellence. Brown eyes, friendly smile.
Willing, faithful worker. Orchestra.
Bunny Varsity hockey. Basketball
captain. Real sportswoman. A Cap-
pella choir, Glee, Commercial clubs.
Genial. Junior Fourth Estate. Oper-
etta chorus, Oracle and Yearbook
uypist. Likes movies, sports. Track.
Always willing to help. Kind. Aims
to be an efficient typist.
JAMES THOMAS BROWN
Jim. President of Bird Club. Stu-
dent Council. Senior Play. Wants to
be a Certified Public Accountant.
Oracle and Yearbook stalfs. Likes to
drive. Studious. Deep thinker.
Friendly. Hobby is model railroad-
ROSE V. BUTCI-I
Lovely brown eyes. Intellectual.
Aspiring interior decorator. Junior
member Student Council. A Cappella
Choir, Glee, Caravan clubs. Year-
book staff. Fond of music, traveliny
RICHARD T. CARR
Dick. Star sportsman from jenkine
town. Four letters in baseball, Ac-
tive member of Nature Club. Boys'
Etiquette Club. Future professional
baseball player. Friendly. Serious-
MARGARET J. CI-IUBB
Cfrubbie. Came from Millville
High School in her senior year. Call
of the Banshee. Dramatics, Glee
Club, Journalism, chief interests.
Dancing eyes. Jolly. Friendly.
R. WILLIAM CLAYTON
Bill. Wants to be a business execu-
tive. Hobby, collecting clippings of
sports events. Campus, Stamp, Eti-
quette clubs. Right tackle on junior
varsity football. Humorous. German
haircut. Dry wit.
FLORENCE E. CLYDE
Floss. Small waist measurement.
Alringlonian typist. Hi-Y. A Cap-
pella Choir, Style, Etiquette, Com-
mercial clubs. Hopes to be an ef-
ficient secretary. Reads. Knits.
Transfer from Ambler High. On
Clrranoscope staff, played in Quality
Stveet and Pride and Prejudice at
Ambler. Member Chess and Mathe-
matics clubs. Ambition-chemical
engineer. Hobbies-stamps and
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EDWIN CHESTERMAN. 3rd
Ed. Track, soccer monogram.
Baseball assistant manager. Boys' Erie
quette club. Vice-president of Local
History Club. Ardent collector of
guns and swords. Hopes to be a suc-
cessful business executive.
SAMUEL L. CLAYTON
Sam. Husky. Enjoys life. Base-
ball, basketball, varsity football. Cam-
pus, Boys' Etiquette club secretary,
Nature Club vice-president, Chess
Club secretary. Likes talking, driv-
ing, football, mingling with people.
DOROTHY M. CLEINQ
Dot, Brown hair, green eyes. Re'
served. Style, Etiquette, Dramatic
clubs. Delights in sewing. Capable.
Wants only to be a secretary. Friendly.
THOMAS S. COLEMAN
Tank. Drummer boy for four
years. Minstrel Show. Ambition is
to keep Susie lFordl running. Likes
to argue about Fords. Hobbies are
reading, building model airplanes,
Has beautiful penmanship. Good-
DOUGLAS L. COLLINS
Bivzk. Attended Kent School dur-
ing freshman year. Science Club.
Two tennis monograms. Sense of
humor. Future metallurgical engi-
neer. Hopes to make a three-cylinder
triple expansion steam engine. Likes
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Generous. A future stenographer.
Would rather sew or read than any-
thing else. Etiquette, Library, Local
History, Commercial clubs.
VIVIENNE M. COXON
Bilrlrs. Vivienne came bacl: to
Abington from Richmond Hills, L. I.
Student Council. Tennis, hoclcey.
She has visions of revolutionizing the
world's philosophy. Particularly en-
joys designing and reading. Latin
and Dramatic clubs. '.
MARY LOIUISE CYR
Mary Lou. Smiling. Carefree.
Latin, Etiquette clubs. Reading Club
treasurer, vice-president. Yearbook
staff, Enchanted Isle. Robin Hood.
Enjoys reading, music, and riding.
HARRIET S. DECKER
Happy. A Cappella Choir. Glee
Club. Secretary, Nature Club.
Reads, plays piano, and malces movie
scrapboolcs. A disposition that fits
her name. Lovely smile.
Bob. Quiet and reserved. Inter-
ested in all spring sports, coins, hunt-
ing, and fishing. To attend college
and travel is his desire.
GEORGE D. COPELAND
Plleasant. Straight-shooter. Stu-
dent Council. Varsity tennis and
soccer. Science, Etiquette, Chess
clubs. Yearbook staff.
GEORGE W. CRAGG
Baseball. Football asssitant man-
ager. Member of Stamp, Boys' Hi-Y,
Auto, RiHe clubs. Minstrel Show.
Saves stamps. A budding mechanic
HELEN C. DE BRUIJN
Swimming monogram. Enjoys knit-
ting, reading, and drawing. A grand
sense of humor and lovely half.
Yearbook stall. Member of Dramatic
and Art clubs. A future stenog.
Floss. Ambitious to be somebocly's
secretary. Collects different colors of
nail polish and odd bracelets. En-
joys watching football. Merry eyes.
CLAYTON E. DONOWAY, Jn.
Clayt. Anglomaniac. Member of
Current Events Club for four years.
In journalism skit. Collects old
weapons. Enjoys horseback riding.
Wants to be an archaeologist. Lead
in senior play.
ABRAHAM B. EASTWOOD
Dick. Science, Etiquette, Mathe-
matics clubs. Diligent Abinglonian
worker. Aspires to career as archi-
tect. Sketches for a hobby. Home-
room officer. Serious. Industrious.
E. STUART EICHERT
Monk. jovial. Aspires to electri-
cal engineering. President of Science
Club. Yearbook staff. Vice-presi-
dent of Radio Club. Operates sta-
tion W3HDG. Student Council.
Football. Basketball. Hobbies, trap-
ping, radio, swimming.
CATHERINE E. ELLICK
Kay. Homeroom secretary. Faith-
ful member of Etiquette Club. Pe-
tite but determined. Flashing black
eyes. Practical. Makes own clothes.
ETHEL R. M. ERK
Always laughing. Sunny disposi-
tion. Eti uette Cam Cooking
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Caravan clubs. Enjoys reading and
sewing. Fond of swimming and
ALONZO S. FITE, JR.
Tonlnyl. Member of Latin Club
play cast. Science, Stamp, Railroad,
Chess clubs. Saves stamps and match
covers. Jolly and agreeable. Wants
to become a doctor.
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Ed. Etiquette and Reporters' clubs.
Ambition, a job with big pay. Hob-
bies, camping, swimming. Small and
well built. Brown sleek hair. lndi-
JAMES V. ELDUFF
jim. Track and football candidate.
Airplane Club. Hobbies-building
airplanes and sports. Ambitiongto
be commercial artist. Tall, quiet, in-
RICHARD B. ENGARD
Dick. Stately drum major. Happy-
hearted. Swimming team. President,
Camera Club. Enjoys working with
wood and metal. Camera Club.
Blond with blue eyes. Humorous.
Slar. Letter in football. Wrest-
ling manager. Member of Nature
and Etiquette clubs. Likes to work
on his racer. Wants to design air-
planes and fly them.
JEANNE E. FLURER
Dignified. Retiring. Art. Rifle clubs.
Sketches cleverly. Great reader.
Writes well. Hopes to be a good
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A , jim. Student Council. Swimming
1'-f monogram. Abingtonian. Temple
Q ,Av -I n Radio Forum. Hopes to own cham-
n ,..S 5, pionship collie. Fond of music and
iw-45 W V R dancing. Etiquette, Dramatic, Life
, 4' " ' 1 - Saving clubs. A Cappella choir. Win-
. ning personality.
, All SHIRLEY A. FREEMAN
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.' 6723? ,iv A 5 Debating chairman. Beautiful clothes.
W A I 7.14, Prefers dancing and ping-pong. Cur-
V. .gfefii 'f rent Events, Glee, A Cappella, Dra-
, ,R I , . A matic clubs.
' ' ORVILLE GARRETT
l., I V. -,M General
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I . Likes fishing. Plays golf. Enjoys
. ., -Q sports. Wants to join the United
Q States Navy.
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Gill. Loves automobiles. Automo-
bile ancl Scrapbook clubs. Wants to
be a boolclceeper. Conscientious. Pleas-
ant. Should go far.
Berta. Cooperative. O p e r e t t a
chorus. Christmas program. Entertain-
ing, Elizabethan Singer. A Cap-
pella choir. Coming stenographer.
Likes music and sewing. Amiable.
JOHN B, FREEMAN
Iacle. Science and Airplane clubs.
Ambition, aeronautic engineer. Hob-
bies, rifles and model airplanes. Laughs
at slightest provocation. Ambitious.
Interested in mechanics.
JOHN ERNEST FRISKITS
Iolmny. Airplanes, Radio, Science,
and Etiquette clubs, Hobby-wood-
work. Soccer candidate. Quiet and
reserved. Sports enthusiast. Budding
DOROTHY G. GILBERT
Dot. President, Caravan Club.
Honor Roll in freshman year. Year-
lroole staff. Elizabethan Singer. En-
joys sewing. Neat, A Cappella choir.
Glee Club. Wants to travel. Operetta
chorus. Aspires to be an organist.
ARTHUR N. GODORECCI
Art. Cheerful. Friendly. Science,
Radio, Automobile clubs. Interested
in art and woodwork. Future mechan-
Grulrlzy. Loyal band member for
two years. Etiquette, Mathematics,
Science clubs. Very cheerful. Likes
to play soccer. Seeks fame in the
FRED W. GRUBE
Fred. Honor Roll, freshman and
sophomore years. Nature Club secre-
tary freshman year. History, Chess,
German Glee clubs. Hobbies, tennis,
swimming, reading. Ambition, en-
gineering. Small but dynamic. Lead
in senior play.
FRANK D. HAMLIN
Soccer varsity for two years. Writes
sports for Alzingtanian. Senior play.
Boys' Etiquette, Current Events, Life-
Saving clubs. Future mechanical en-
gineer. Enjoys swimming. jolly, good-
ELVY I. HYLLEN
Hails from Cheltenham, Vice-presi-
dent Social Service Club, Art, Read-
ing, Dramatic clubs. A Cappella
choir. Likes dancing, baking, music.
Future private secretary. Pretty and
ETHEL M. JOHNSON
Mayfie. From Abington Friends,
All-round student. Hockey, basket-
ball, tennis letters. Secretary, A. A.
Council. Alzingtonian. Latin, Drama
tic clubs, Hi-Y. Student Council.
Civic Attitude Awards. Honor Roll.
Ambition-to be sociologist. North'
east Suburban hockey team.
Shipwreck. Senior B class president.
Student Council, four years, Fastest
harrier on cross-country team. Letters
in cross-country, track, wrestling.
Abingtonian. junior Fourth Estate,
Council president, Minstrel Show.
Dramatic and Nature Club president.
Reliable leader. Future physicial edu-
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MARGARET E, HAMILTON
Peggy. Brown hair and eyes, Year-
book assistant editor, Homeroom sec-
retary for four years. Life Saving
and Etiquette clubs. Reading Club
president. Editor-in-chief of Oracle,
Fond of horseback riding. Hockey
monogram, Knits. Hi-Y secretary.
BERTHA E. HENDRICKS
Berl. Quiet. Pretty. Dramatic and
Etiquette clubs. Student Council in
freshman year. Honor Roll. Rolrin
Hood. Enclwanteti Isle, Senior play
cast, Likes roller skating. A promis-
ing nurse. Shy.
Polly. Good-natured. Radiates school
spirit, Caravan, Girls' Etiquette, Com-
mercial clubs. Junior Fourth Estate.
Pianist in Hatboro all-Girl Orchestra.
Yearbook, Oracle staff. Pep Corps
Collects pennants. Future secretary or
M. JAMES ALFRED JONES
jimmy. From Cheltenham. Friend-
ly. Library, Radio, Stamp, Science
clubs. Loves animals. Collects stamps.
Deeply interested in entomology and
animal breeding as a career.
Wbiley. Football man. Track letter-
man and captain. Student Council,
Vice-oresident, Campus Club, Likes
swimming and skating, Embryo forest
ranger. Quiet. Appreciates humor.
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Bill. Tall. Cheerful. A real friend.
Model Airplane, Chess, Stamp,
Camera, Auto clubs. Senior play.
Amateur philatelist and railroader.
Builds model airplanes. Would-be
MARGARET M. KRAUSE
M ar ge. Attended Quakertown
High for three years. Quiet. Enjoys
walking and bicycle riding. Plans to
attend Penn State. Wise. Etiquette
Club. Pleasant to know
Pete. Short blond. Campus Club.
Reserved. Ambition, forest ranger.
Good-naturecl. Likes swimming, skat-
ing, walking. Good sport.
EVELYN M. LOCHER
Ewy. Honor Roll student. Abing-
tonian. Cultural Olympics. Temple
Radio Forum. Brilliant student. Fond
of books, swimming, tennis, dogs, and
people. Etiquette, Rifle, Hi-Y, and
Caravan clubs. Debater. Senior Play.
Student Council secretary. Yearbook
PHYLLIS E. MARTIN
Phyl. Tall and blonde. Reading,
Etiquette, Dramatic clubs. Attended
Germantown High for two years. Col-
lects school stickers. Enjoys swim-
ming and riding. Piano player. Fu-
ture dietitian. A Cappella choir.
ARTHUR V. KOINER
Art. Radio, Science clubs. Diligent
scholar. Track man. Band, three
years Training for radio engineering.
Operates amateur Station W36XQ
RICHARD W. KUNSTMAN
Dick. Homeroom secretary. Mem-
ber of Science Club, four years. Am-
bition, chemical engineer. Hobbies,
chemistry and photography. Slim,
industrious boy with great chances of
ANNA LOUISE LEFFERTS
Ann. Abingtonian. Temple Radio
Forum. Excellent swimmer. Wants
to be aviattix or C. P. A. Charming
personality. Fond of reading, music,
various sports. Member of Latin, Dra-
matic, Caravan, Hi-Y and Reading
clubs Junor Fourth Estate Honor
ELEANOR F. LODGE
Lodgy. Member Art, Etiquette,
Caravan clubs. Ambition, to be artist
or secretary. Hobbies, horseback rid-
ing, art, talking. Member Girls' Pep
Corp. Interested in hockey and bas-
WALTER M. MAST
Waldo. Radio, Etiquette, Glee
clubs. A Cappella choir. A.A. Min-
strel. Glee Club concert. Music and
radio-favorite pastimes. Would-be
VIRGINIA M. MASTEN
Ginger. Wants to go to Cornell.
Latin and Dramatic clubs for four
years. Peppy, Likes to sing and play
the piano. Two spelling bees. Happy-
ELIZABETH V. MCEWAN
Quey. Student Council. Abing-
tonian. Varsity hockey and tennis.
Enclmnled lrle. Otber Sbepberd.
Magi's Gift. Cute and lively. Vice-
president, Camp Cooking Club. Presi-
dent, Hostess Club. Hi-Y. A Cap-
pella choir. Loves horses.
Mickey. Golden hair and hazel
eyes. A Capella choir. Oracle and
Yearbook typist. Aspires to be a
stenographer. Enjoys music. Com-
mercial Club. Crochets. Helpful.
Junior Fourth Estate.
MARY F. McNEILL
Mickey. Class basketball. Cara-
van and Commercial clubs. Buddine
stenographer. Quiet. Likes roller
skating and dancing. I'Silence is
RICHARD H. MICHEL
Dic-Dic. Short and cute. Letters
in soccer and swimming. Student
Council. Civic Attitude awards,
Budding banker. junior Fourth
Estate. Likes hunting and fishing.
junior president. Hi-Y, Etiquette.
and Rifle clubs. Jolly.
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VIRGINIA L. MAUGANS
Ginny, Active n.ember Student
Council. Tennis manager. Dramatic,
Style, Etiquette clubs. Budding
orator. Senior Play. Intellectual. Cre-
ative. Small but forceful, Plays
piano. Cute dimples.
JOSEPH 1. McKEE
Chief. Quiet. Bashful. Student
Council, freshman, sophomore year.
Varsity swimming. Loyal member
of football squad. Campus, Boys,
Etiquette, Rifle clubs. Local History
Club secretary. Hobbiesfhunting,
fishing, golf. Future newspaperman.
DANIEL R. MCNEAL
McSv1iff. Humorist. Three times
performer in the Minstrel Show.
Treasurer Senior Class. Student
Council. Baseball manager. Senior
play. Aspires to be a mechanical en-
gineer. Nature, Bird, Chess clubs.
ORACLE. Likes to play the banjo. A
ELIZABETH V. MEGARGEE
Jolly. Honor Roll in sophomore
year. Typist for Yearbook. Glee
Club, A Cappella choir, Commercial
Club. Quiet, Future stenographer
Likes music and driving.
CONCETTA M. MONEGLIA
Connie. Serene. Dramatic and
Commercial clubs. Pretty. Likes
crocheting, dancing. Collects small,
odd boxes. Prospective secretary.
Ambitious. Nice smile. Class track
team in freshman year.
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Moon. Quiet. Well liked. Win-
ning smile. Varsity center on foot-
ball team. Pleasing personality.
Boys' Etiquette Club. Likes bowling
and fishing. Broadcast for football.
JANE E. NICHOLAS
Niclzie. Collects china animals.
Student Council. President and pro-
gram chairman, Style Club. Happy-
go-lucky. Enjoys horseback riding.
A social asset.
Bully. Amiable. Former student
of Newton and Harding High
Schools, Cleveland. Track letter.
Capable. Camp Cooking president.
Secretary of Nature Club. Would-
be aviator. Can he argue!
ELIZABETH F. O'NEILL
Betx. Hockey and Captain of
class basketball. junior Fourth Es-
tate. Budding journalist. Likes
dancing and swimming. Collects sta-
tionery from hotels all over United
States. Camp Cooking Club secre-
tary, Travel and Caravan Club presi-
dent, Style Club secretary.
SUMNER L, PEIRCE
Argumentative. Dry wit. Ardent
philatelist, Stamp and Chess clubs.
Abingtanian editor-in-chief. Clever
with words. Swimming captain. As-
pires to the Naval Academy. Bril-
liant mathematician. junior Fourth
JOHN H. MOSER
jack. Hobbies-stamps, tennis,
music. A Cappella choir. Enchanted
lfle. Reserved. Quiet. Conscien-
tious. Helpful. Plans to study busi-
ness administration. Fine ideals.
EILEEN E. NIELSEN
Suzie. Former Cleveland High
student. Dramatic, Etiquette, Host-
ess clubs. Tall and slim. Enjoys
dancing. Friendly. Future scalp
specialist. Student Council. Delight-
ful to know.
GEORGE P. O'BRIEN
O'Bie. Fighting Irishman. Great
quarterback. Champion blusher. Stu-
dent Council. Class athletic repre-
sentative. Letterman in football,
baseball, basketball. Campus Club
president. Etiquette, Auto clubs.
Hobbies-food and sleep. Ambition
-college football, then a coaching
Don. Stamp Club. Abingtonian.
Philatelist. Sketches. Makes scrap-
books. Future bookkeeper. Re-
served. Original. Appreciates hu-
mor. Curly locks. Likeable. Good
MICHAEL C. PENECALE
Lefty. Southpaw pitcher and bas-
ketball sharp-shooter. Basketball and
baseball letters. Coming big league
player. Keeps scrapbook of big
league stars. Quiet. Friendly.
MARY P. PFEIFFER
Redhead. Dreamy. Not quiet.
Varsity hockey. Bird Club secretary.
Fast rypist. Specialty, Boston cream
pie. Hobbies-music, chemistry. Am-
bition, medical held. Junior Fourth
MARY W. PUGH
Scotlie. Brown hair and gray eyes.
Rides horseback. Rifle and Caravan
clubs. Desires to be secretary. Oracle.
Enjoys dancing. Friendly.
Andy. Sunny. Cracks puns. Band
president. Senior Play Hero. Or-
chestra. Tall Light hair. Con-
tagious smile. Likes music, Faithful
friend. Popular, Plays saxophone
MARY E. REILLY
Mollie. Redhead. Full of pep.
Yearbook. Great sports fan. Loyal.
Track, hockey, varsity basketball.
Good cheerleader, Junior Fourth
Estate. A Capella choir. Glee club.
Dramatic Club secretary. Hobbies-
accordion, photography, collecting
school pictures. Ambition-office
ANNE P. RHUDY
Static. Tall. -Excellent vocabu-
lary. Spent three years at Bucking-
ham High. Writes real poetry. Likes
reading, dancing, horseback riding,
and baseball. Future mannequin and
designer. Prominent at Buck ngham
High as editor-in-chief of school
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JAMES E, PHINNEY
Jim. Track and cross-country let-
Kerman. Science, Local History, Cama
pus, Latin, Etiquette, Caravan clubs.
Homeroom activity booster. Senior
Play. Future Olympic candidate.
Likes reading and writing. Raises
racing homing pigeons.
Bill. Silent. Tall, Science, Radio
clubs. Interest runs to engineering.
Oracle. Enjoys swimming Hobby,
JOSEPH B. REICHARD
Reds. Intelligent. Tall redhead.
Stamp, Campus, Current Events,
Mathematics, Science clubs. Stamp
collector. Miniature railroader. Home-
room president four times.
RUSSELL E. RHODES
Dusly. Happy spirit. Track mono-
gram. Nice wide smile. Chess Club.
Senior play. Secretary of Stamp
Club, Blushes. Future bacteriolo-
gist. Collects stamps. Enjoys art.
Peppy cheerleader, Smooth dancer.
Three letters in soccer. Stamp
collector. Boys' Etiquette, Nature,
Reporters' clubs. Banjoisr. Curly
hair. Future newspaper reporter.
Poet par excellence. Alniixgtorxmu.
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Ristie. Honor Roll, Alvingtonian
typist. A Cappella choir. Glee Club,
band, orchestra, Ambition-nurse or
missionary. Writes poems for hospi-
tal children. Hobby-chemistry.
Quiet. Intelligent. Patient. Not
afraid of work,
INEZ M. RUSSELL
Russ. Class hockey. Future nurse.
Enjoys swimming and tennis as hob-
bies. Band and orchestra. Vice-
president, Camp Cooking. Etiquette
Club, band and orchestra. Good-
ELIZABETH A. SADDINGTON
Betty. Commercial, Etiquette clubs.
A Cappella choir. Alringlonian typ-
ist. Would-be private secretary. En-
joys music, typing, Quiet, Reserved.
WILLIAM G. SERCOMBE
Willie. Winning personality. Three
football monograms and letter. Junior
vice-president. Junior Fourth Estate.
Collects newspaper clippings and pic-
tures. Oracle. Hopes to edit his own
paper. Yearbook. Local History,
Rifle clubs. Shy.
JACK M. SILVER
Duke. Monogram in track. Eliza-
bethan Singer. Vice-president, Camp
Cooking Club. Swimming manager.
Snappy dresser. Scouting, fishing
hobbies. Good-natured. Pleasant
grin. Wants to be a veterinarian.
Oh, what locks!
LOWAITA L, ROWLAND
Lou. Friendly. Sophomore mem-
ber of Student Council. Reading and
Etiquette clubs. Robin Hood. The
Gift of the Magi. Call of the Ban-
shee. Enjoys reading and singing.
Ambitious pianist. Pleasing person-
HAZEL E. RYAN
Libby. Broadcasts on Amateur
Hour. Excellent marimba player.
Glee Club. A Cappella choir. Dra-
matic, Etiquette, Rifle, Caravan clubs.
Future musician, Raises Persian cats.
MARY E. SCHWARZ
Cupid. Program chairman of Dra-
matic Club. Hobbies-sewing and
puppets. Yearbook. Designs her
clothes. Likes skiing and archery.
Clever, Original. Aspires to be an
J. MALCOLM SHRONK
Slrronleie. Stamp Club president.
Bird Club. Oracle. Student Coun-
cil. Homeroom chaplain. Senior
Play. Studies weather conditions.
Collects stamps. Drives. Faithful.
Commercial accountant in the mak-
ing. Yearns to travel.
E. JANE SIMON
Simone. Good scholar. Good-
natured. Hi-Y vice-president. Stu-
dent Council. Varsity hockey and
swimming. Human Hsh. Modern
Dance Club. Etiquette Club vice-
president. Dramatic Club secretary.
Hobbies-riding, swimming. Future
ELIZABETH A. SIMONE
Tony. Neat. Large, dark eyes.
Enjoys hockey, dancing, singing, Pre-
cise. Should be Sl-1CC2SSfUl Dllslness
woman. Dramatic, Etiquette clubs,
A. ELIZABETH SLIGHT
Belly. Dark curls, winning smile.
Coming art teacher. Dog and horse
connoisseur. Glee, A Cappella, Com-
mercial clubs. Pianist. Swimming
manager. Delightful to know.
BARBARA F, SIVIITI'I
Barlvs. Charming. Vivacious.
Hockey, basketball, tennis enthusiast.
Abinglonian. Dramatic, Latin clubs.
Camera Club secretary. Camp Coun-
selorship Club secretary. Hi-Y. Stu-
dent Council. Constant Honor Roll
member. Spirited equestrienne,
VIVIAN O. SMITH
Smitty. Faithful member, Dra-
matic Club. Makes own clothes.
Happy-go-lucky. Wants to be a
nurse. Sunnyismile. Always help-
ful. Likes to sing. Enjoys football.
WILLIAM E. STEWART
Bill. Good-natured. Obliging.
Boys, Etiquette and Auto clubs. En-
joys swing music, dancing, driving,
and camping, Wants to be a busi-
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EDWARD P, SINGLEY
Ed. Golf team. Homeroom ac-
tivities. Senior play. Camera, Na-
ture, Auto clubs. Amateur golfer,
Oracle Business staff. Goal, success
in business world. Friendly. Has
smile for everyone.
Dark. Quiet. Attractive. Honor
Roll in freshman year, Sings, Dra-
matic Club. A Cappella choir. Senior
play. Ambition, to be an actress.
Helpful. Likes reading and travel-
ing. A good friend.
ROBERT W, SMITH
Smiily. Student Council member.
Basketball. Senior A president.
Band, Chess clubs. Likes to play
trumpet, Good looking. Polite,
Nice to know. SheriiT in Senior Play.
RUTH D. STAHL
Stalrlie. Member of Style, Dra-
matic clubs, Student Council. Viva-
cious. Lovely hair. Mischievous.
Popular. Originality in dress. Chic.
Likes Norristown. Budding designer,
Collects toy dogs,
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Estate. Ee-nnis capginij Baskiball fx
etter. ti uette u resi ent.
Reading Cluqb. I-Ii-Y. Cigic Atti-
tude award, Student Council, Sprout-
ing journalist. Tennis star. Senior
play. Secretary Senior Class.
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johnny. Brown hair. Senior play.
Band and orchestra for four years.
Delights in raising bees and chickens.
Hopes to be a foreign motion picture
WILLIAM R. SULLIVAN
Sully. Baseball, basketball, foot-
ball letters. Campus Club. Happy-
go-luclcy. Basketball captain. Full
of ambition. Played fine game at
end. Argumentative. Athletic Rep-
JOHN P. THOMAS
lack. Star artist. Soccer player.
Abingtonian prize-winning cartoonist.
Bird Club officer. Good dancer.
Oracle and Yearbook. Sketches. Fu-
ture cartoonist or commercial artist.
Bud. Sunny smile. Out for traclc
for three years. Yearbook. Call of
llze Banshee. Soccer squad. Quiet.
Science, Dramatic clubs. Former
Bristol High School student. Bud-
ding marine engineevr.
AGNES A. WADE
Aggie. Varsity hockey. Rifle,
Commercial clubs. Wants to be a
secretary. Lilies swimming, horse-
back riding. Good sport. Wears
tailored clothes. Yearbook.
Strienie. Member of band, or-
chestra, A Cappella choir. Caravan
Club. Wants to worlc with Bell Tele-
phone Company. Hobbies-dancing,
ping pong, boating, music. Neat.
Pleasant. Oracle typist.
ROBERT G. TAYLOR
Bob. Steam-turbine engineer, his
ambition. Student Council. Senior
play. Honor Rall. Yearbook. Four
Civic Attitude awards. Soccer. Latin,
Boys' Etiquette clubs. Science Club
secretary-treasurer. Nice wavy hair.
Studious. Bashful. Class vice-presi-
MYRTLE E. THOMAS
Belongs to the Latin, Magazine,
and Reading clubs. Wants to be a
pharmacist. Embroiders beautifully.
Does fine sewing. Quiet. Curly
JOANNA VAN VALIN
Wanna. Glee Club, A Cappella
choir, Dramatic Club. Manager, Pep
Corps. Yearbook. Raises tropical
Fish. Outlaw King. Embryo artist.
Enchanted Isle. Senior Play. Likes
to draw portraits. Digniflecl. Has
RITA H. WALSH
Re. Petite blonde. Trim. Promis-
ing home economics teacher. Enjoys
skating, dancing. Library, Travel,
Care-of-the-Siclc, Dramatic clubs.
JAMES C. WARNER
Buzz. Homeroom president, sopho-
more year. Track. President of
band. Librarian of orchestra. Head
trumpeter for three years. Ambition
-member of dance band. Belongs to
Green Dragon Social Club. Swell
W. HERBERT WEBSTER
Wort. Practical joker. Letter for
football. Out for basketball, track,
Sunny. A. A. Minstrel, two years,
Nature Club. Wants position in
commercial field. Hobbies-stamps,
swimming, guitar. Class cut-up.
Oracle and Yearbook typist.
Bets. Radiant. Cheerful. Sopho-
more swimmer. Abingtoriian. Junior
Fourth Estate. Etiquette Club presi-
dent, Dramatic, Reading clubs. Loves
swimming. Graceful dancer. Senior
Play. Adept ping-pong player. A
MARION E. WUNDERLE
Liz. Gracious. Staunch. Hockey,
basketball, tennis enthusiast. Officer
in French, Latin, and Camp Coun-
selorship clubs. Member of Dra-
matic, Camera clubs. Hi-Y presi-
dent. Abingtonian staH, junior
Fourth Estate. Honor Roll. Student
ELLEN K. YOUNG
Collects miniature dogs. Always
laughing. Wants to be a school
teacher. Senior Play. Leathercraft
Etiquette, Dramatic clubs. A Cal:
pella choir. Lovely blonde hair.
'A' 'A' TI-IE 1938 ORACLE
HOWARD L. WATSON
Member Building Construction
Club and president of Stage Guild
Club during two years at Olney High.
Stage hand during plays, minstrel,
and radio broadcasts. Ambition--
VIRGINIA G. WEIERMAN
Ginnie. Temple Glee Club con-
cert. A Cappella choir. Dramatic,
Etiquette clubs. Future housewife,
Good dancer. Carefree.
MARION R. WILLIAMS
Charming, vivacious blonde. At-
tended Cranford High School for two
years. Lovely soprano voice. A Cap-
pella choir. Glee Club. Elizabethan
Singer. Senior Play. Reading, Eti-
quette, Dramatic clubs. Ambitious to
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Secretary, Etiquette Club. Quiet.
Operetta chorus. Civic Attitude ' We
award. Lovely complexion. Dra- W ' -,F
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cil. Senior Play. Likes to dance. wif --
Aims to be a secretary. V
Hafrle. Star fullback. Student
Council. Oracle art staff. Football
letrerman three years, Letter in track.
President of Checker Club. Mono-
gram in wrestling. Nice smile.
Prospective football coach. Hobbies:
art work, trapping, hunting.
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Imny Sparkling personality V
lumall editor ln chief Dfafnatlc Etl.
quette clubs A Cappella choir Hopes
to be successful writer Collects Lit-
tle Lu Lu miniature dogs for hobby.
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Dutclzy. Noisy. Student Council
three years. Civic Attitude Award
freshman year. Winning smile. Var-
sity hocltey four years. Northeast
Suburban Hockey team two years.
Vice-president, Dramatic Club. Cap-
able secretary. Collects toy dogs. En-
joys swimming. Girls' Hi-Y. Nice
Bud. Runs two service stations
along with school activities. Tall,
blond, care free. Helped on stage.
Favorite subject, manual training.
Likes to drive a car.
Did You mow That---
The ground on which the old Abington
High School fthe annexj is built was
once Boucher's farm and was donated by
Reverend C. Eckard, then pastor of the
Abington Presbyterian Church?
The ground on which the present high
school is built was once an apple orchard,
whose trees were sold to bemade into
Between the years of I920 and 1924,
Lud Wray, Lou Little and Heinie Miller,
all leading football coaches, coached at
Mr. Albert C. Shaffer is the only mem-
ber of the Abington High School Alumni
who has held position on the School
Up until 1902, the high school course
consisted of only two years?
In the year of 1901 there was no gradu-
ating class as the course was lengthened
to three years?
In the early years of Abington High
School the students had a Fifteen-minute
recess each morning and afternoon?
In the year of 1901, there were only
twenty-Hve students and two teachers at
Abington High School?
In the early days of Abington High
School, mental arithmetic was the star
subject and etymology was loved by all?
In 1901, Mr. Elias Flack was high
school principal and Mrs. Engard, who is
still teaching, was the only teacher?
Abington High School students in the
early days received one music lesson per
week from a traveling teacher?
The gallant Abington lads of the old
days used to walk home with their girls
fabout Five miles? and then go about the
same distance to their own home?
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of six-foar girls azzcl tafo boys-Faculty of two, Mrs
Eliza D. Efzgaral and Pr1'1zclpal Elias Flaclq-Sports
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saperaisfozz-,4ll slaalezzts roolq same course-Three
R's aaa' etymology-Small mlmeographed publica-
tfofz-Speczal music feacher, Mrs. Laura B Iones,
rode from school to school on her bicycle-Most en-
joyable activity, giving plays four times a year-All
desks haa' to be ZNZSCITIIIELII, lalqefz oat, aaa' stowed
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Thirty pnpils enrolled in student body- Ten
composed the gflldlillfllllg class-Three-year coarse
taught by three teachers-One only on part time-
One coarse of study-choice of physics, German,
algebra, Latin, solid geometry, Roman history, and
boolqlqeeping, the only commercial subject-No
school plays-Literary Society met once a month-
Made wise-craclqs about the teachers and students-
Baseball team organized4Players purchased own
suits and equipment and made own schedule-
School prozfidezl carfare from Glendside to Roslyn
-Final exams given by outside teachers-no exemp-
tions. Three in the class of 1909.
ASIDE FROM the year 1928. when Abington was undefeated and unscored upon,
eleven boys have never been welded into such a perfect unit as those that played
throughout the 1937 season. Speed. power. stamina. and strategy-they had them all. Much
credit should go to Head Coach Glenn R. Snodgrass. his assistant coaches. lirb and
Seltzer, and Doctor Beale for keeping the team in such excellent shape that the same eleven
boys started in every league game.
For years, Lower Merion had proved a stumbling block, but this did not fazc the '37
team. They galloped past the astonished Merionites I5-0 and continued full blast until a
tough little Radnor eleven combined with Old Man VVeather's best rain to set them back
20-13. From that defeat, the Ghosts rebounded to crush Cheltenham 46-0.
All 1937 Abington rooters will long remember: Bill Bates, the greatest end Abington
ever producedg Harvey Lcldy, tough tacklerg Dune Wuzxmz and Milqf Pcneazle, hard work-
ing guardsg Bob Dorn and Bill Mooney, twin centers equally capable: Sam Clayton, 6 feet
5 inches of a taekler nobody could block: Bill Sullivan, hard-Fighting endman: George
O'Brien, one of the greatest Maroon Held generals: Howzird Cmznifzglmm, a passing, run-
ning, punting, line-bucking back extraordinaryg Mitchell Whltz1'nglzam, built for beautiful
open Held runningg and Frank Zenzer, the boy who lived the phrase whit that line."
Last fall's hockey team with Ethel Iohnson, Betsy McEwan, Gratha
Zwart, Betty Brown, Beth Ferris, and Eva Zackey, forwards, Helen
Weisser protecting the cageg and Mary Pfieifer, Betty Whitley, Marjorie
Donavan, Madelyn Braccio, Carolyn Fritz, Marion Bisbee, guards,
finished the season with three victories, two ties, and three defeats. After
losing their first game to Doylestown, they came back with a victory
over Olney, however, their luck did not hold, for Ienkintown defeated
them. Abingtonls eleven then rebounded to defeat Hatboro and Upper
Moreland. Having tied Upper Merion and Springfield, the girls fought
a nerve-racking game with Cheltenham but lost by the close score of 2-1.
Although the soccer team closed its 1937 season rather unsuccessful
in comparison with last year's record, their five ties kept them from a
low position in suburban ranking. After being beaten at Haverford 4-I,
the booters staged a comeback on the homefield by tying Haverford 0-0.
In this game, the hackheld, consisting of goalie Donato, Hamlin and
Michel on the second line of defense, and Captain Bitman, Worrall, and
Clark, at halfback, showed championship caliber. Although lack of ex-
perience handicapped the forward line, they played well in defeating
Landsdowne and Berwyn. This forward line consisted of Reibsamen,
the only experienced player, Curran, H. Kelly, Van Gaasbeek, and
Reilly. The team was defeated twice by Lower Merion, and once by
Upper Darby, Haverford, and Olney.
With three veterans remaining from last year, the wrestling team
was able to build up a rather good combination to represent the high
They hnished the season with at .goo average, defeating Lower
Merion 23-18, Lansdowne 25-6, and Haverford 19-12. Defeat came at
the hands of Cheltenham zo-9, Upper Merion I9-14, and Upper Darby
In the District 1 P.l.A.A. championship meet, the Ghost grapplers
tied with Lower Merion for third place. Harvey Leidy, undefeated,
ended the season with the district heavyweight championship. Two
others, Dick Crnuthamel at 125 lb. and Roy Zackey, IOS lb., were also
undefeated. Zackey was runner-up in the championship meet. Norman
Kelly, 135 lb., and Albert VVacker, 85 lb., both lost in the finals.
Composed of last year's championship players except for Tom Hynd-
man, the golfers opened their season with a victory over Reading High
School and, to follow up this triumph. defeated Berwyn by the perfect
score of I5-0. The next victims were Landsdowne. who lost 14-1, and
Lower Merion, who dropped two successive matches by one-sided
scores. A second defeat of Berwyn, 142 - Vi, extended the string of
victories to six. Coach E. A. Brunner has selected Tom Hyndman for
number one playerg Natal Delia, two, Nick Penecale, Bill Coyle, Tony
Falbo, Clem Undeck, Alfred Lizzio, and Ed Singley taking turns at
number three, four, and five positions.
After having coached girls' backetball for ten years at Abington,
Miss Gertrude E. Herzog turned over her responsibilities to capable
Miss Helen M. Baker of the English department, who guided the bas-
keteers to one of the most successful seasons in years.
Ending the season with a record of eight wins and three defeats,
the girls won their most decisive victories over their keenest rivals,
Springfield and Ienkintown, the latter for the first time in four years.
Although mid-year graduation caused the loss of Beth Ferris and
Betty Whitley, the reorganized team of Eva Zackey, Ethel Iohnson,
Betty Brown, and Mary Reilly as forwards and Captain Medelyn Braccio,
Marion Bright, and Carolyn Fritz, guards, continued to play outstanding
After pulling through an unsuccessful season, the courtsmen sur-
prised the suburban district by upsetting the previously undefeated
Ienkintown team on the losers' floor. Drawing the hardest teams when
the former suburban league was split up into two parts, the Maroons
defeated Olney, Ienkintown, and Cheltenham, and lost to Lower Merion,
Norristown, and Radnor, the Suburban I league champions, The two
Mike Penecales and Schueneman did the major scoring, while Sullivan,
O'Brien, and Cunningham handled the defense work. Valuable sub-
stitutes included Kertis, O'Hara, and Bickel. Since this year's gradu-
ation takes only M. C. Penecale and Sullivan, Coach Erb has encourag-
ing prospects for the future.
Last year's champions had to he satished with second place this
season with four league victories and one defeat, Coatesville was the
first team defeated, hut hecause of the illness oi' Marie Glazier, Upper
Darby won by a close score. The victory over Haverford preceded
triumphs over Norristown and Cheltenham in quick succession. ln L1
post-season meet with Audubon, the girls again came through. Pauline
Godman, Ann Hablzegger. Marie Glazier, Agnes Reim. Edith Dinlocker,
Helen Earle, Barbara VVoll, Anna Lerlerts. lane Fox, and lane Simon
composed the team.
With inexperienced hut determined strokes. the boys' swimming
team splashed their way to two victories out of seven meets. defeating
Germantown Academy 39427 and Eddystone 35-24. Although George
Stoner, champion diver, was graduated at mid-term, consistent point
winners for the Maroons included Captain Summer Peirce and Boh
Dippy, 220-yard freestyleg Blanc Ferrell, ioobyard freestyle: Harry Kelly.
diverg and Christie Rau and Bill Clayton, hackstroke. The other var'
sity swimmers were: Lester Leidy, Bob Delaney, and Bill Kistler. hreasr-
strokeg lim Godman, Ioe McKee, Byron Colllesh, and Dick lingard,
In the District 1 P.I.A.A. meet, Kelly took third place in the diving
and Rau third in backstroke.
Hoping to retain last year's suburban tennis crown, the girls started
practice late in the winter on an indoor court, and then moved to Bae-
derwood as soon as weather permitted. Again Ethel Iohnson, fifth
ranking Eastern States girl player, played first singles with Marion
Bright holding second position, and Betsy McEwan, third. From
among a promising group of candidates, Barbara F. Smith was selected
by Miss Herzog to play fourth singles. Barbara Woll and Mary Ham-
lin started as the doubles team, but were replaced by Evelyn -Gracey and
Marion Hallinger. The girls began their campaign by defeating Rad-
nor 3-2. Lansdowne was overwhelmed 5-0, and Upper Darby lost
3-2 after a long, gruelling match.
The boys' suburban tennis league started off this year with teams
more evenly matched than for the past few seasons. Four players on
Abington's present squad played on the team that finished fifth last
year. Benton Alquist, in his third year of competition, is this sea-
son's lead-off man, followed by Douglas Collins, also in his third year.
Don Parker has moved up to third, George Copeland holds fourth
place, and Lester Leidy and Walter Tornkinson, two new players, make
up the doubles team. After an encouraging 4-I victory over Radnor,
the boys lost a close match to Lansdowne, 3-2, and bowed to Upper
The baseball team opened its defense ot the suburban league crown
on April zo with a I-O victory over Lower Merion. After this opening
triumph, the boys lost to Simon Uratz 13-5 and Haverford 5-.1 but took
their revenge on Bryn Athyn with a 6-2 victory. Norristown nosed the
Abingtonians out in the sixth inning to win 3-2.
Except for Iohn O'Hara at hrst base and Vllilliam Cousins at
third, the team is composed ot veterans. Michael A. Penecale, Howard
Cunningham, George Kertis, and Charles Fay reign in the pitcher's
box with M. A. Penecale behind the plate. Howard Cunningham,
Bill Sullivan, and Hank Keller take turns in covering second base and
shortstop positions. George Oiljrien, Dick Carr. and Harvey Leitly
are doing an excellent iob in left, center, and right held positions,
The track enthusiasts, Linder their capable instructor Roland C.
Ritchie, have their season well under way. Although the boys lost
their First practice meet to Ambler 45-63, they made their best showing
since they first competed against this school. In the county meet, the
team placed fourth out of six entrants with a total of I4 points. At the
Penn Relays, Abington placed fourth in its race. The veteran cincler-
men consist ot Frank Zenzer, VVilliam Stahl, George Neilson, and
Norman Kelly. These boys, aided by a large number of newcomers,
hope for a good season although the team is weak in field competition.
NEVER SINCE Coach Ronald C. Ritchie organized a cross-country team in the fall of
1935 have the Abington harriers suffered defeat in a dual meet.
This year the team, led by Norman "Shipwreck" Kelly, sped through another success-
ful season, defeating in turn Chester, Upper Darby, Ridley Township, Lansdale, and
Surprising the local sports fans, the Abington team of 1938 showed that it is possible
for a team to come back, for, after taking a disappointing fourth place in the Suburban
Championship meet, the team journeyed to the Eastern Regionals at Lafayette College,
Easton, and, by defeating the very teams which had outrun the Maroons in the Suburban
meet, sprinted to a First place.
With reference to the sport which he has coached so successfully, Coach Ritchie says:
"Cross-country, under proper guidance, is one of the best body-building activities of
the present time. I sincerely hope that more boys, especially boys out for winter and spring
sports, will use this fall activity to strengthen themselves for their particular sportf'
R.- .1 X
Donald VValton, Vllalter Gourley, Russell Rhodes, Mary Reilly. Ellen
Penton, Shirley laclqson-live, hery school spirit radiates from every one
of them while they inspire fans to root for Abington. VVell trained, they
give effective service.
Concerned with athletic activities, the A. A. Council is Composed of
the coaches, captains. and managers of all sports teams. At the meet,
ings held at the end of each season, awards are discussed and new
schedules planned. This year the Council adopted new cheer leader
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Helen M. Clark, Helen M. Baker. ,
Roland C. Ritchie
Sarah L. Loudon
BOYS' SWIMMING ,.
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WRESTLING ..... , .
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Edward R. Seltzer .
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PAUL T. CRANTT
NROLAND C. RITCHIE
CEERTRIJDE E. HERZOG
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GLENN R. SNODGRASS
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answered call to the colors . . . Two seniors graduated
in soldier uniforms . . . Frank Chesterman, president
of senior class . . . Students numbered about 140 . . .
Faculty increased to ten, four of whom are still with
us, E. U. Smiley, L. I. Reichard, M. B. Messinger, Z.
G. Wyatt . . . Sports developed and new ones added
-tennis, track, basketball, all of which were coached
by E. U. Smiley . . . This included girls' basketball,
also . . . Glee clubs organized and produced . . ."The
Flukey Duke", a snappy musical comedy . . . Lead-
social event, Senior Reception . . . Debating started
. . . Suburban High School Champion Basketball
Team . . . Orchestra formed under direction of Miss
Miller, Musical Supervisior of the Township . . .
New subjects-French, economies, Cicero, advanced
algebra, typewriting . . . Lawrence S. Doyle, editor
of ORACLE, enlisted in U. S. Marines . . . East end of
building completed . . . I. C. Weirick became
1938 VEARBGGK STAFF
ARNOLD I. Dovm'
MARGARET E. HAMILTON .
Iames T. Brown
Mary Louise Cyr
Helen de Bruijn
Evelyn Locher ...,
B usin ers
Betty Slight, Agnes VVade ..
E. B. GERNERT
KATHRYN P. WALKER .
Robert G. Taylor
Ioanna Van Valin
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Anna Mae Stadon
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KATHARINE MILLER DOROTHY CATHELL
Published three times a month by the students of the high school, the school news-
paper, the Abingmnian, pictures the life of the school through the presentation of news,
sports, features, editorials, student forum, and cartoons.
DOROTHY CATHELL HELEN M. CLARK KATHRYN P. WALKER
To make the OR.kCLE a student project, an outlet for creative Writing and art, the
English and Art departments cooperate by presenting the most appropriate material to the
staff for the organization of each issue.
Junior Fourth Estate
GERTRUDE L. TURNER
To the Iunior Fourth Estate falls the important task of sending out Abington High
School publicity to an average seven newspapers Weekly. The majority of this sport and
school activities news is gathered by the Iournalism class.
ZAIDEE G. XVYATT
Arguing the league question ol' sociiilizcetl medicine. the negatixe renin won two deci-
sions while the inexperienced arlirmatiye group lost. Uehiiting teaches reasoning. analysis
of suhiects, aryl solution ot prohlems. hcsitlcs tleveloping poise, clear speech, courtesy.
LILIAN 1. Riaicnaun
To assist at plays and entertainments and to conduct successfully the rest room and the
information desk in the hall are the ohjects of the Hi-Y girls under the careful guidance
of Miss Lilian I. Reichard.
Du. CHARLES E. Som.
The Student Council encourages worthy citizenship and other characteristics needed
for success in later life as well as teaches cooperation and responsibility in the ilaily school
"The Mikado", one of the most colorful and renowned operettas composed by that
famous team of Gilbert and Sullivan, was presented on May 6 by the talented members
of the music classes. The proceeds purchased vestments for the A Cappella Choir.
Scene from Gilbert and Sullivan's "Mikado", presented May 6, 1938.
ZAIDEE G. WYATT HELEN M. BAK!-:R P. T. GANTT
After the Ianuary class presented Green Stoclgings, a romantic comedy about a girl
who refused to become an old maid, the Iune class thrilled their audience with their pres-
entation of The Cul! of the Banshee, a mystery farce, in which the weird cry foretold death.
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Small groups play at the senior plays tmtl P.-T..-X. meetings. The large orchestra
broadcasts, showing the splendid intermediate symphony music they learn in addition to
the concert work and luetter grades of music.
LEoNARn B. SMITH
Concert and military procedure emailing marching formations and playing at the
same time puts these students in 11 position to enter immediately any college band in the
United States without extra or preliminary training.
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Faculty numbered thirty-four, twenty-hue of
whom stzll teach in the high school . . . Orchestra
started by E. B. Gernert, math. teacher . . . Promise
of cash donation for uniforms encouraged organiza-
tion of band . . . Thirty members in three months
. . . Miss Herzog's first year here . . . Third faculty
play 'IBedroclq" given. . . Flag pole erected . . . Build-
ing now larger with section nearest Yorlq Road add-
ed in 1923 and music room wing built in 1926 . . .
Coach Snodgrass now coaching for second year . . .
Seniors produced "Engaged" by W. S. Gilbert . . .
Kern captain of football team that beat Lower
Merion 13-6 . . . First French Club Dance . . . "Bells
of Beaujolaisu operetta presented by Glee Clubs . . .
Clubs in full swing . . . Community Night instituted
. . . No mid-year Commencement until 1929 . . .
Ninety-four in graduating class.
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5238 N, FRONT ST. 1'IIII.,xIIEI.I1IIIA
Ixxu-gs RYIN, In. Hzdlzfilzg ,l,f.f'z1.f Fzznzff
Phone. Melrose 1863 CSIKSIOUI Airlift' H4115
EV! A R I E S H O P
XIII.I.IxHIn' - - SPfJRTrXVE,XR
ELRINS PARK. R-X.
Qfippmilc Rzlilrozlil SILIITOHD
GUY M. COOPER
PLUMBING und HEATING
Phone, 676 XYILLONV GIQOVE, PA.
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A Dependable Neighborhood Jeweler
Diamonds - Watches - Jewelry W e r S t 0 r e
Glenside Jeweler 6 Optician
fy Open Ffffvmgf 302 OLD YORK ROAD
TEEFE! I4 E. GLENSIDE AVE.
Uv' 5' E es Examined
by our Stall, Registered Optometrist J E A N N E S
723 WEST AVE. IENKINTOWN
GRACEY and STREEPER lenlqintouxnff Popular Priced
29 E. GLENSIDE AVE, GLENSIDE. PA. Women? Shop
Bell Phone: Ogontz 402
Dependable Service in Roofing and Heating L . W I O, S W A L D
Good Workmanship for Over 22 Years
PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE
Phone: Ogonlz 3280-I Eslimates Free
YORK ROAD al WEST AVENUE
le n lg i n 1 0 uf n
e'7llooney's Moving C? Storage, Inc.
24 E. MT. CARMEL AVENUE
MOVING and HAULING OF ALL KINDS
Long Distance Moving a Specialty
Refefeheee Ask the People we Move EDDIE'S FOOD MARKET
Fancy Groceries - Fresh Meats'
G U N N ' S B A K E R Y Fruit - Vegetables
Ice Cream - - Pastries 46 YORK ROAD
Phone Willow Grove 566
EASTON RD. ZS: MT. CARMEL AVE.
Ogomz 508 W 'Rubicam Ave. Market House
4 Groceries - - Fresh Meats
Cars Called for 6' Delivered Ogontz 5266
Jos. J. THOMPSON 374 GROVE AVENUE
YORK and RYDAL ROADS WILLUXV GROVE
SUNOCO GAS and OIL
Expert Lubfimt'-on Wedding Bouquets Funeral Flowers
, Sue Durr's Market Flower Shop
TOWNE MEN S SHOP SUMMIT AVE. et LEEDOM ST. Jenkintown, Pa.
Spefifll Prices Plants and Prize Novelties
GYM PANTS lwd SHIRTS Telephone ogehfe S077 - If No Answer Wee. 4623
300 YORK ROAD IENKINTOYVN
Cllista Tea House
E S S, 0 S T A T I O N The Tea I-louise of Afaglqed Distinction
Lunr eons an inners
420 YORK ROAD W A Closed 02 .Sgndays S
' T EET
W CROSS, Managell Ogontz EiO'42 VENLE an I OTTMA,IlLnkinliown, Pa.
Telephone Ogontz 5050 Ienkintown, Pa. E' F- Dfmffffe 3'd
G . , S F
E550 SERVICE STATION
YORK ehez MORELAND RDS. SW' Se""'g METZLTSZ' PfZf.l':' C'me's and
Singer Sewing Mac ine Co.
WILLOW GROVE' PA' 744 YORKWAY PLACE lenlqintown, Pa.
A. M. HEATH Hershey Ice Cream Phone ogehte 5078
H A H N S H O P P E VVillow Grove GSI SALEs S: SERVICE
B E N S O N R A D I O
ALL MAKES - ANYWHERE
85 N- YORK ROAD liNf'Xf rv Grow Tlwflffcl YORK Ro.aIJ and CSHERRY STREET
DIQESSES - lVIILLINERY - HOSIERX'
Willow Grove IIO-XV Open Evenings ll"l1'NUff' G"01'f'r Pl'-
Willow Grove Beauty Shop
J. L. RUSH 6? SONS, Inc.
FIRESTONE SALES and SERVICE
BODY and FENDER REPAIRS
RVILLOXV GRIIVE, PA.
205 LJAVISVILLE Rom
IIf'1'fIon' Gmac, Pu.
Phone 93 At Redding Simian Open Mon.. XVQII., Friday Evenings XV. G. 3
ATIOHN SCHAMENEK MODERN BARBER SHOP
SUNOCO SERVICE DOBIENICK 8: TOM
YORK Rofxn and D13c:.i'rI'R .AVENUE 119 NA YQRK RQDAD
l'Vl.U0W GVUV-f' Opp. P.R.T. 7'L'I'l7l1471LIl Iffiflozcf Grove, Pa.
C A R O T H E R , S Rm! Estate - Mortgage: - Infurrznce
SERVICE STATION L . E . W E L S H
ATLANTIc GAS and OILS 411 SOUTH YORK ROAD
N. E. Cor. York and Moreland Roads XVILLOXV CIROVE, PA.
Willow Grove Tel. XVilluw Grove 620
Willow Grove Lumber and Coal Co. lllmll Dom' by lixpw-Z5 Bell Phone 197
Ideal Beauty Shop
WILLOW GROVE, PA.
34 NORTH YORK ROAD
PHONE WILLOXV GRovE goo
Nl. SI:IIIEs5ER, Prop. XVillow Grove, Pa.
Willow Grove 409-I Ca!! and Deliver VVill0w Grove 834 Free Dclizfery
SHOE REPAIRING SHOE CEMENT PRESS .III E.xs'I'oN Ro,xIv VVillow Grove. Pa.
.41 Lowest Przrcfs I'v!'l4lAl5, Vzfgflubfzaf, Pouflry, f"rc'fh Afeats
YORK ROAD and RVBICAM AVE- IMPORTED and DrmMEsTII: RIROCERIES
Phone YVillow Grove 465 W' 34 0 1 i n 0 f 5
.I ' E - H E N K E L For .ATLANTIC XVHITE l5L.IsII
UPPICJLSTERING and CABINET NI.-KKING :Iliff Nlfll-IN0lS Hfv'FUOf1w
IN ALL Irs BR.i1vcIIEs Eaisrox mm' IDAVISYKLLE Rows
305 S. Easton Road Wiliam Grove, Pa. WIIUOH' G"f1l'l', PN-
C o m fa I 1' m 6711 .v of Harold L. Woolfollz
CBEL-59ON V4 PH,IRrIIIc-Is'r 4 .
Pl'C'SL'l'lfJl10l7,f, Sffwol Supplzcaf, .Soda fountain
CLEANERS and DYERS
PRUSPEUI' und RKBICAAI AVENVES
VVILLOXV CRROVE, PA. NVillow Grove, Pa.
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foseph H. Cochran, Esq.
Lending Library and the Newest Books
Established 1865 Ogontz 72
W. C. FLECK ac BRO.
Hardware - Homeware
Home Eleelrieal Appliances
HANLOH 86 HANLOH
1 213 YORK ROAD
Phone, Ogontz 236 Ienkintown, Pa
L E R O Y A S H
2 ELECTRIC CONTRACTOR
Q IENKINTOYVN, PA.
QL 5. Jfarentnalh
J. IVAN DUFUR, jr.
, REAL ESTATE
Ogontz 4788 Icnkintown, Pa
F E L - M O D E
Exelasfve Footwear for Ufomen L9 Children
729 WEST AVE. and YORK ROAD
OPEN EVENINGS IENKINTOXVN, PA.
Work Called for and Delivered
AIVIERICAN SHOE REPAIRING
805 E. GREENWOOD AVE.
H. GREEN, Prop. IENKINTOWN, PA.
GEO'RGE'S BARBER SHOP
Ogontz 5179 Home or Apartment Delivery
CHESAPEAKE SEA FOOD
R E S T A U R A N T
209 YORK ROAD IENKINTOWN, PA.
"Leu Than 24 Hours from Sea to Table"
CORNELIUS BARBER SHOP
306 YORK ROAD
Xervae Treatment by Appointment
Bell-Ogontz 155 and 156
T H E T R I A N G L E
CLEANING and DYEIXG EsTAE1.1s1-1MENT
609 SUMMIT AVENUE
ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIRING
g 713 GREENXKVOOD ,AVENUE
Work Done by Experl: Ienlqintozvn, Pa.
Ogontz 1106 Telegraph Delivery Service
IENKINTOVVN FLOWER SHOP
419 CEDAR STREET
Graduation Bouquets Ienkintown, Pa.
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Compliments of - - -
J. W. DEAN and soN
S U N 0 C O
II. E. I. xatnn Bs, Prop.
Lzfbrfcalfolz and Washing
IIPOXVNSHIP L1NE AND CADXVALADER AVE.
ELKINS PARK, PA.
RAYMOND C. GREEN
PLYINIBINC AND IIEATING
Insurance Agency, Inc.
809 Qreenwood cwlvenue
Majestic 0265 Ogontz 1 1
B R Y N E R
GUARANTEED O K
U S E D C A R S
815 CIREENXVOUD Avnxiqia
Lynam Coal Co., Inc.
Coal ' ' Lumber
8011 YORK ROAD
IZLIQINS PARK, PA.
Mobilgas MOIHIILIIVFICLIIIUII Molwiloil
L E S T E R i S
OXFORD at BURHOLME AVENUES
Fox Chase, Phila.
lfujoy Tap lfw' EZLOIIIJIII-If
IT NEVER I:.XII.S ICE NIxN's ICE
THE IDEAL REFRIGERANT
Gfzfcf .flff'-C0l1d1't1'ol1c'd Rej'f'iger:1t1'0n
Cheltenham 6? jienkintown
Ice 4-914 fg. Co.
81:14 Yuma Row, ELKINS PARK, PA.
Phones: Melrose 1431-32
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Edmond I-I. Kenyon
NORTH HILLS PENNSYLVANIA
Kenyon Brothers, Inc.
' C O A L '
Fuel Oil - - Building Materials
Koppers Coke and Cord Wood
NORTH HILLS, PA.
Phone OGOntz 950
A. H. B. SKEIATH
P H A R M A C I S T
LIBIEKILN PIKE and MT. CARINIEL AVENUE
North Hills, Pa. Ogontz 2810
OGOntz 5267 Day 81 Night Towing
NORTH CARMEL GARAGE
F, J. WOLFRAM, Prop.
GENERAL AUTO St DIESEL REPAIRING
A, A. A. - - CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS
936 Limekiln Pike North Hills, Pa.
Ogontz 5034 Smitl-I's Ice Cream
PLOCKIES'S SERVICE STATION
STEWART PLOCK, Prop.
NORTH HILLS, PA.
QOpposite Edge Hill Fire Col
TYDOL and TEXACO PRODUCTS
CLINTON R. SPENCER
B U I L D I N G
MAINTENANCE - - CONSTRUCTION
NORTH HILLS, PA.
"Florist: for the P5ll'fl.Cl4l6Z1'N
W. Bernard Kesler
North Hills, "Pa.
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NORTH HILLS PRESS
NORTH HILLS, PA.
Phone, Ogontz 1544
Member Montgomery County Real Estate Board
FRED R. WILHELM
SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE
QII ISIINIEKILN PIKE NORTH HILLS, PA.
OH:Ice, Ogontz 1285 Residence Ogontz 1324
JOHN GENTI-I Ogontz 2909
NORTH HILLS AUTO REPAIR
OFFICIAL INSPECTION STATION
Northwest Cor. Limelciln Pike and Cricket Avenue
NORTH HILLS, PA.
Battery Service Towing Day ur Night
N O R T H H I L L S ,
EQallly Meats, Grczeeziex and Prozlzu'e
CORNER H.fx1x1EL .'XvEx17E ARDSLEY, PA.
Phones, Ogontz 294-5036 Free Del1'zfery
GR. 04. SDGAR
IENKINTUNVN Rofxn .XRDSLEXQ PA.
IUIIN A. IUERIXIIT, PI'l',fI.l17l'lZl
Iinw. G. ZEPP, Sec"y Cf Tfeas.
ffohn 04. 'Dermit, Inc.
REAL ES'r,xTE Sz INSURANCE
2080 Ii. CL'NII5IiRL.XND ST.
"A eomplete Real Estate Service"
6lsie's Beauty Shoppe
BONAT PERMANENT VV.-XVING
HtIlvl'lll'f.f.i1'llg in all its Hf'11r1z'hc.f
508 IENKINTUXVN Row QScc0nd Floorj
Ogontz 0533 A1mSLEx', PA.
Charles Sjlahr 6? Son
llltzlzuflzetmem' of Higlz Claus
P R I X T I N G
608 EDGE HILL Rum, .X1mSLEY, PA,
S U N O C Q
GAS 54 OILS
Mc:CuE,x1n' Tunes C S D B.xTTER1Es
SDGE HILL, CPA.
:Dollar Valet Service
. PIENIS and Yonfxc: BIEN,S SVITS
CLEANING and PRESSING
Ott's Sunoco Service Station
IENKINTOVVN and EDGEIIILL Rows
T. W. Montague Co.
REAL IiST.XTIi INSURANCE
1103 FIDELITY PHILA. TR. BLDG.
F R E D G . E C K E L
HARDWARE P PAINTS
Ogontz 4366 IXRDSLEY, PA.
I-Wir. and f9VIrs. mf. Mpfelbaum
NORTH HILLS, PA.
Phone PiIgrim 5614 I. Gross. Prop.
CBurholme Watch Shop
if I E VV E L R Y
We I't'f7lIl-V jewelry, eyeglasses
and ull nzalqe.-' of eloelqf
7265 RISING SUN AVENUE
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Ogontz 1658 ONE DAY SERVICE
No Slzrinlqing, odor, xtfftching,
Lost Buttons or Belt:
120 S. EASTON ROAD GLENs1nE
. E I e c t r 1 c C o .
Roy - Ann Hazrdressers
G. Roy Schmidt - Ann C. Logue WM. H. HOWARD
I2 W. GLENSIDE AVE.
Plaza Bldg., Glenside, Pa. Ogontz 4171 14 6, mt, Carmel 94115,
FRIEDBERG BROS. CO. D
103 E. GLENSIDE AVE.
WHOLESALE CANDY and TOBACCO REPAIRS D INSTALLATIONS
4BRODY'S DEPT. STORE
Call Ogontz 127
FAMILY OUTFITTERS SINCE I905
Glenside, Pa. Ogontz 486
Fred A. Schuenemann
IIS E. MT. CARMEL AVE
Glcnside Ogontz 116
ARTHUR S. LEV1NTow, PH.G.
EASTON ROAD and
MT. CARMEL AVE.
cUisit Our Soda Fountain
Ogontz zoo-201 Keystone 2521
Glenside Lumber and
COAL - COKE - FUEL OIL
Silt. Carmel G Tyson olvenues
L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY
1601 CHESTNUT STREET
Leading Manufacturers of
CLASS RINGS AND PINS 1 CUMXIENCEfNIEN'I' ANNOUNCEMENTS
DIPLOMAS 1 CUPS f MED.-XLS 1 'I'ROPHIliS
Abington High School standard rings are made by Balfour
SWADISON T. SAURMAN
743 ffenkintown Road,
of r d s l e y , EP a .
TIN, SLATE, SL.-XG AND COPPER
R O O F I N G
W. B. Laning
HEATING and ROOIIING
Spouting and Hanging Gutters
ISEPAIR XVORK A SPEcI.xI.Tx'
Sheet Metal Work
ESTIXNIATES CIIEERIfL'I.I.Y CIIVEN
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Q-ALFRED H. TRANK
Bell Phone Ogontz 5177
DAY and NIGHT SERVICE
A c C E s s 0 R I E s
NIILDREII IXVE. 8: EISTIIN Rn.
R O S L Y N, P A.
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A Savings Account in this strong Bank, built up by regular
weekly or monthly deposits, is better than at A'gan1ble" in
some uncertain investment.
Remember, too-it's regular, not spasmodic deposits that will
make your bank account grow.
JENKINTOWN BANK A'ND TRUST COMPANY
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Federal Reserve System
XVILLOVV GROVE 46 ou 775 I N S U R A N C E
W. CLYDE GOURLEY, Inc.
'York 6? Welsh Roads
WILLOW Guovra, PA.
XV. CLYDE GOURLEY I. WALTER GALLAG1-IFR
President Secr'etu1'y-Tzuzsuz ez
fPennsylvania's Largest College for Womenl
The Class of '38
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Hzmzzess Aalm1'1z1'strzzt1'o1z and ISf?El'EftZ7'I5Il Science
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SDAIIXIER SESSION ILLT' 5
FALL TERM 5EP'I'Eh1BliR 6
For Information, Address Registrar
1486 PINE STREET PHILADELPHIA. PA,
LR0slyn Lumber and
EASTON ROAD ROSLTN, ITT. EASTON and SI'SQI'EH.xNN,x Rows
Ogontz 1539-VV RUSLYN. PIX. Phone, Ogontz 505-I
LROSLYN PARK FLOWER SHOP Bell Phone Ogonrz 253-R INSPECTION STATION
QUALITX' FLOXVERS RIQASONABLE PRICES GEORGE F- KRAFT
Cut Flower: Potted Plants AFJTOMQBILE REPAIR SROP
Bralce Servlce - Exxde Battery Service - Tires Sc Tubes
FU71f'V11lBlU1il'f5 011117 SPITU'-V EIISIOII Rd. S Heston St. Roslyn, Pa.
I'IANRAI'IAN'S SERVICE STATION Phone, Willow Grove 139-J
Warch, Clock and jewelry Repairing
555 S. EASTOX ROAD ROSLYN, PA. DIAMONDS RESET
VVILLOKV IQITOVE 329 77 YORK ROAD WII,I,GW Grzovs, PA.
Bell Phone, Ogontz 741 Res., Ogontz 199 R O S L Y N
YOHN F. BIERLIN
ROSLYN MONUMENTAL WORKS
Opp. Hillside Cemetery, .Main Enhance I C e 6 C 0 a I
MANUFACTURER OF CEMETERY IVIEMORIALS .f
EDWARD TOWILL 3
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Roslyn, Pa. Ogomz 747-I
XVEST or BR.-XDlfIEl.D
Phone, Ogontz 3860
Appointment 6190 - 8070
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