Abington High School - Oracle Yearbook (Abington, PA)

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Zackey, President Howard M. Givens, Vice-President E. Wayne Jenkins, Treasurer Alexander C. Watt E. B. Ayres, Jr. J. Lewis Fretz Wm. Henry Holmes, Jr. Louis C. Metz, Secretary JOSEPH C. WEIRICK Non-member Superintendent of Schools A. W. Zackey-' M, Givens E. W. Jenkins A. C. Watt E. B. Ayres, Jr. L. Fretz W. H. Holmes, Jr. L. C. Metz 6 - -'faesffff-4-' 1- 'sqni ' -"-'url-ei' ' 'i4 W W. H. ALBRIGHT Chairman of Mathematics HELEN P. BRIGGS Librarian E. A. BRUNNER Mathematics G. E. BURLINGTON Science DOROTHY CATHELL English HELEN M. CLARK Social Science GEORGE F. ERB Mathematics, Science J. S. FURNISS ' Commercial P. T. GANT1- Chairman of French GEORGE S. GEssNER Mathematics, Civics GERTRUDE E. HERZOG Girls' Physical Education and Coach- GLADYS T. JANTON Commercial SARAH V. KLxNE English J. IRA KREIDER Social Science D. E. KRUEGER Chairman of Commercial ELMER A. LISSFELT Social Science CATHARINE E. LoBAcH Chairman of Latin PAULINE I-I. MANIEQLD Household Arts FRANK MCCLEAN Marizaal Training M. B. MESSINGER Chairman of Science KATHARINE MILLER English PAULINE E. NUNN H0771E Economics T. CARROLL O,BRIEN Vocal Music EDNA S. POWELL English, German LILIAN J. REICI-IARD Chairman of Spanish CHARLES C, ROBERTS Commercial EDWARD R. SELTZER English EDWIN U. SMILEY Chairman of Social Science LEONARD B. SMITH Instrumental Music GLENN R. SNoDGRAss Boys' Physical Education and Coach LEWIS C. SWARTZ Mathematics GERTRUDE L. TURNER English KATHRYN P. WALKER Ar! ALICE F. WEAVER Commercial EUNICE H. WINSLOW Latin, English J. SHAYLOR WOODRUFF Mathematics EMELUS G. WORTMAN Printing RALPH M. WRIGHT Chairman of Vocational ZAIDEE G. WYATT Dean of Girls, Chairman of English A FEW OF THE FACULTY Coach watches the birdie watch the birdie Going or coming, Mr. Smiley Mike at the mike The principal steps out Uncle Joe Professor Kreider on the job Bandmaster Smith goes to town Mrs. Wyatt demonstrates Mr. Woodruff checks his 'phone bill 'IO ? in January Class Oflicers HOWARD CUNNINGHAM, Athletic Representative ELLWOOD HURFORD, Treasurer ELIZABETH Tori-I, Secretary W. H. ALBRIGI-IT, Sponsor DAVID SCOTT, Vice-President NICHOLAS VOZZY, President TO TI-IE GRADUATES: Thomas Edison once said that his success was clue to one per cent inspiration and ninety-nine per cent perspiration. In other words, if you have learned good work habits during the last four years, you have been taught much. Don't make excuses, but try to make goocl. Remember that he is best eclucabecl who is most useful. Always remember these words of Horace Mann: "Be ashamed to die until you have won some victory for humanity." W. H. ALBRIGHT. 'IQ February 1 , 1 93 5-1 13 timid freshmen enter Abington High MARJORIE CAROLYN AIKINS Commercial Marge. Dependable. Good-natured. LIKES-Animals. Jam sessions. DISLIKES-Gym. Early bus. ACTIVITIES-Glee club. A Cappella choir. Operettas. Hockey squad. Slqidding. Abingtonian typist. J. F. E. MARY ELIZABETH ANDERSON General Andy. Vivacious. Friendly. LIKES--Talking. Dancing. DISLIKES-Spinach. ACTIVITIES-Opetetta choruses. Class basketball, hockey. Lead in Skidding. Reading club. Student Council. ELLEN EMMA AROSE General El. Pleasant. Kindly. LIKES-Sewing. Reading. ACTIVITIES-Commercial, Style clubs. Aspires to be a dressmaker. DOROTHY MAE BOUTCHER Classical Dot. Smiling. Generous. Sweet. LIKES-Reading. Traveling. Scavenger hunts. DISLIKES- Oysters ACTIVITIES-Glee club. A Cappella choir. Etiquette, Latin. Dramatic, Reading clubs. Honor Roll. ALBERT BENJAMIN CLARK, JR. Scientihc Oke. Carefree. Eflicient. LIKES-Hot dogs. Hiking. Camping. ACTIVITIES-Varsity soccer. Airplane, Etiquette, Dramatic clubs. Student Council Seven years' perfect attendance. SARA GRACE COCHRANE General Sergie. Winy. Energetic. LIKES-Travel. Sewin . Dancin . DISLIKES-Doin dishes S g g - ACTIVITIES-Basketball. Hockey. Broadcast skit. Eti- quette, Local History, Style clubs. MARJORIE MAE COLSHER Classical Marge. Good naturecl. Talkative. LIKES-Dancing. Singing. DISLIKES-Onions. Reports. ACTIVITIES-Four operettas. Lead in Mikado. Glee club. Honor Roll. Elizabethan Singers. Hockey monogram. Swimming. DOROTHY JANE COOK General Coolcie. Active. Helpful. Argumentative. LIKES-Children. Dancing DISLIKES-Sea food. Pinochle ACTIVITIES-Junior Fourth Estate. Skirlding. Operettas. I-lonor Roll. Swimming. Dramatics, Etiquette, Glee clubs. A Cappella Choir. Broadcasts. Speech Award. BINNIE MAE CRAYTON General Bin. Happy. Conscientious. LIKES-Embroidery. Art. Skating. Dancing. ACTIVITIES-Art and Style clubs. Broad jumping. HOWARD WALTER CUNNINGHAM General Buck. Star athlete. Quiet. Unassuming. LIKES-Sports. Travel. DISLIKES-Jitterbugs. ACTIVITIES-Varsity letters, three years, football, basket- ball, baseball. Class Athletic Representative. Campus, Etiquette club president. Camp Cooking, Rifle clubs. Alningtafnian. Student Council. Civic Attitude Award. All-Suburban halfback. 'l 3 ,5. r Sfifz. , 9 I l J 1-i. V .ZS5lSiifi -Q Y .9 U ,J . iee 5 f frt ill f an ' LL ea fl -Clif' 'mf U 1 January 21, 1938-Juniors flock to Highland for gala prom. . f FRANCES MILDRED DAVIS Classical Frankie. Generous. Practical. LIKES-Candy. DISLIKES-Ice cream. ' ACTIVITIES-Armistic Day assembly program. Glee club. I 4 Latin club. Program chairman, Caravan club. l l DOROTHY CHARLOTTE DAY Classical l Daisy. Quiet. Serious. Conscientious worker. . LIKES-Tutoring. Bicycling. DISLIKES-Lemonade. 1 ACTIVITIES--Honor Roll, four years. YEAREooK. Latin I club. Mikado. Latin Honor Ceritificate. Secretary, Local A History club. Commencement speaker. l KATHRYN LAVINIA de MAISON Commercial Kay. Petite. Peace-loving. LIKES-Movies. Cooking. Sewing. DISLIKES-Mondays. i Arguments. , , ACTIVITIES-Honor Roll, first two years. Secretary, Style - ' i V A ' l club. Broadcasts. A A' , J ' CARRIE BECK DICKER Commercial ' 'A Todcly. Jolly. Pleasingly plump. Red-cbeeked. vi K ' ' K LIKES-Oliice practice. Drawings. DISLIKES-Trolley cars. . '1" . ,..- ' ACTIVITIES-Art club. Spelling Bee, junior year. Com- ml V 'A ' mercial, Visiting, Travel clubs. ii. D- -9- . . .-. , A i- JOSEPHINE ELLEN D1CKsoN General Jo. Talkative. Blusbes. Shy. Witty LIKES-Skating. Reading. Politics. DISLIKES-Humorless people. ACTIVITIES-Etiquette club. Program committee, Style , club. Care-for-the-Sick club. I ROLAND HEROLD DOANE Scientific Doaney. Dependable. Good-naturecl. LIKES-Reading. Camping. DISLIKES-Mushrooms. ACT IVIT IES-Freshman Honor Roll. Future scientific worker. Stamp, Nature clubs. Faculty Scholarship Award. MARJORIE HELEN DONOVAN Commercial Donny. Reserved. Best blusber. LIKES--Roller skating. DISLIKES-Jazz. Early bus. ACTIVITIES-Varsity hockey player, two years. Com- mercial club. GEORGE JOSEPH ECKEL Engineering Shrimp. Easy-going. Friendly. LIKES-Driving, Girls. DISLIKES-Chemistry. Oysters. ACTIVITIES-Letter in football. A. A. Minstrel. A Cap- l pella Choir. Stage manager for Skidding. Student Council. U WILLIAM CLAUDE ENGLE General Bill. Cheerful. Friendly. LIKES-Model airplanes. Automobiles, DISLIKES-Girls. ACTIVITIES-Golf manager. Band. Orchestra. Secretary, 1 Printing club. ANTHONY JOSEPH FALBO General Tony. Quiet. Amiable. Steady. LIKES-Football. Golf. DISLIKES-Homework. Swing music. Nature, Boys' Etiquette clubs. '14 ACTIVITIES-Varsity golf, football, two years. Campus, January 22, 1939-Rev. Daniel Nicely preaches on 'Horizons' HELEN JANE NEHLIG Commercial Jimmie. Funny. Efficient. Clever. LIKES-Tennis. Sewing. DISLIKES-Dancing. Violins. ACTIVITIES--Consistent Honor Roll member, four years. Business Manager, Alvingtonian. Secretary, Travel club. Faculty Scholarship award. LEON LEVI NORTH Classical Levi. Dependable. Studious. LIKES-Model railroads. Ping pong. DISLIKES-Art. Late buses ACTIVITIES-A. P. s. L. Latin award. skidding. Honor Roll, four years. ORACLE. Champion speller. First Consul, Latin club. Commencement speaker. Faculty Scholarship award. ELLEN CAROLYN PENTON Classical Ellen. Argumentative blonde. Attractive. Capable. LIKES-Swimming. Skating. DISLTKES-jitterbugs. Keep- ing quiet. ACTIVITIES-Cheerleader. Abingtonian. Skizlding. Glee club. A Cappella choir. Honor Roll. Etiquette, Reading, Dramatic clubs. ROBERT MARTIN PLATZ General Bob. Quiet. Artistic. LIKES-Plant lore. Art ACT IVITIES-Nature club, four years. ORACLE, two years. Excels in art. WALTER HENRY POLAK General joe. Happy-go-luclcy. Helpful. Loquacious. LIKES---Dancing. Tennis. DISLIKES-Female jitterbugs. ACT IVITIES-Band, orchestra, two years. Etiquette, Dra- matic clubs. A Cappella choir. Operettas. Elizabethan Singers. JOHN ELWOOD POTTS, JR. General El. Good pal. Juiet. Humorous. Artistic. LIKES-jitterbugs. Pipes. Radio. DISLIKES-Hamburgers with onions ACTIVITIES-Campus, Rifle, Etiquette clubs. Fine artist. WILLIAM RUSSELL RAISNER Engineering Bill. Happy-go-lucky. Friendly. LIKES-Washington, D. C. DISLIKES-Liver and onions. ACTIVITIES-Stamp, Etiquette, RiHe clubs. Minstrel chorus. Skiddfng. Baseball. Basketball. JEAN MARIE ROWAN Commercial jean. Dependable. Good worker. LIKES-Movies. Basketball. Animals, Scrapbooks. ACTIVITIES-Etiquette, Travel, Reading, Radio clubs. Ambition-to be a good secretary. SUZANNE ULONDA ROWAN General Nan. Good-natured. Dependable. Quiet. LIKES-Baseball. Drawing. DISLIKES-Conceitecl male teachers. ACTIVITIES-Honor Roll, freshman year. Spelling Bee, junior and senior years. Magazine, Latin, Reading clubs. Collerrs stamps. DOROTHY EVELYN SASSAMAN General Dotty. Droll but quiet. LIKES-Music. DISLIKES-Smoking. ACTIVITIES-Etiquette, Travel clubs. Hobby-saving poems. Ambition-to be a dental assistant. '19 ' - .film li 'K 5 s , 'sg ' g r ' . A " H 4. "r "UQ r iff , M11 'J 1. , . 1' ,E I 4 'J , V r f V I If ,J 1 W 3 . .Q iw - 'H' ' .sci i .. 'K ...,. B January 24--Recitation i J jim 1" -pg Day iln the Little Red School House DAVID BRUCH SCOTT Engineering Scotty. Popular. Dependable. LIKES-Camping. Sports. DISLIKES-Chemistry. Jitterbugs. ACT IVITIES-Student Council. President, junior class. Vice-president, senior class. Sleidding. Nature, Etiquette, Dramatic, Glee clubs. Baseball. Basketball. Band, two years. Four Civic Attitude awards. Orchestra. YEARBQOK. RUTH SCOTT Scientific Scotty. Studious. Popular. Vivacious LIKES-Scottie dogs. DISLIKES-Bookworms. ACTIVITIES-Student Council, four years. Civic Attitude award. Honor Roll, four years. Skidding. Christmas play. Hi-Y. Dramatic, Reading clubs. Commencement speaker. EDITH ALBERTA SMITH General Ede. Jocular. Friendly. LIKES-Pie. Embroidery. DISLIKES-Split pea soup. ACTIVITIES-Class hockey. Etiquette, Art, Craft clubs. MARGARET TOLLEY SMITH Commercial Marge. Humor-loving. LIKES-Ping-pong. Aviation. DISLIKES-Spinach. Cold weather. ACTIVITIES-Enjoys collecting elephants and reading. Types for F. E. Library award. ANNA MARIE STADON General Ann. Cheerful. Reliable. Eiiicient. LIKES-Horseback riding. Clothes. Swimming. DISLIKES- Housework. ACTIVITIES-Assistant hockey manager. Business manager, ORACLE. YEARBOOK typist. Honor Roll. Commercial, Rifle clubs. Commencement speaker. WILLIAM THEODORE STAHL General Bill. Witty. Lively. Friendly. LIKES-Clothes. Cars. DISLIKES-Algebra. ACTIVITIES-Football, two years. Track, two years. Call of the Banshee. President, Art club. Award in art. MARJORIE JOANN E STETSON Commercial Margie. Lively. Generous. Future designer. LIKES-Dancing. Swimming. Skating. DISLIKES-Book re- ports. ACTIVITIES-Class hockey. Varsity swimmer. Senior play prompter. ORACLE. Broadcast. Etiquette, Art, Dramatic clubs. ELIZABETH HELEN TOTI'I Commercial Betty. Enthusiastic. Attractive smile. Eliicient. LIKES-Horses. Dancing. ACTIVITIES-Secretary, senior class. Hockey manager, senior year. Alningtonian, business manager. Secretary, Caravan, Travel clubs. CLEMENT GERARD UNDECK General Clem. Poetic. Good mixer. Clown. LIKES-Golf. Skating. Ping-pong. DISLIKES-Getting up early. ACTIVITIES-From Northeast Catholic. Golf letter. F. E. Nature, Etiquette clubs. Student Council. Writes poetry. JOHN NEVIN UNRUH John. A good sport. Likeable. General LIKES-Pool. Ice skating. Swing. DISLIKES-Onions. Re- port cards. ACTIVITIES-Skidding. A. A. Minstrel. Rifle, Etiquette. Airplane clubs. Comes from Germantown Academy. Q0 January 27-89 seniors become alumni of Abington FREDERICK DRUMMOND VENABLES General Freda. A good pal. Good-natured. LIKES-Reading. Printing. Popular music. Ice skating. ACTIVITIES-YEARBOUK. President, Current Events club. Secretary, Printing club. Aspiring printer. NICHOLAS WILLIAM VOZZY Scientific Nick. Good-natured. Cute. A leader. LIKES-Sports. Wfriting. Reading. DISLIKES-Dull Work. Conceited people. ACTIVITIES-President, senior class. YEARBOOK. J. F. E. editor. Associate editor, Alaingtonian. Student Council. Honor Roll. Sleidding. Football. Commencement speaker. A Cappella choir. Current Event, Camera, Dramatic, Glee, Boys' Etiquette clubs. HELEN HEDWIG WEISSER General Weezer. Jolly. Sports-loving. Good company. LIKES-Swimming. Travel. ACTIVITIES-Hockey, four years. Member of second Northeast Suburban hockey team. Caravan, Visiting clubs. ADALINE CONARD WENTZ Commercial Addie. Reserved. Generous. Quiet. Conscientious worker. LIKES-Music. Reading. Cooking. DISLIKES-Political arguments. ACTIVITIES-Honor Roll, three years. Program chairman and president, Travel club. CHARLES GEORGE WIPPLIN GER General Charlie. jovial. Good-natured. LIKES-Photography. Ice-skating. Swimming. Architecture. ACTIVITIES-Slaizitiing. Rifle, Etiquette, Current Events clubs. Venables' side partner. ALBERT WILLIAM WOLFF General Buss. Smooth. Amiable. Good-looking. LIKES-Fishing. Photography. DISLIKES-Getting up at 7:00 A. M. ACTIVITIES-Track. Wrestling. Managed lights and cur- tains for Skitlldirzg. FRANK CHARLES YOST General Joe. Good-natuted. Easy to get along with. LIKES-Swimming. Touch football. DISLIKES-Conceited girls. Dancing. ACTIVITIES-Football, basketball manager. Operettas. Glce clgub. A Cappella choir. Elizabethan Singers. Minstrel s ow. ROMIE YOUNGER, JR. General Romie. Sportsman. joking. Winning smile. LIKES-Girls. Movies. Driving car. ACTIVITIES-Science, Radio, Rifle, Stamp clubs. Broad- cast. Ambition-to secure commercial position. EVANGELINE FREDA ZACKEY Classical Eva. Good sense of humor. Dependable. Energetic. LIKES-Clothes. Dancing. DISLIKES-Baseball. ACTIVITIES-Student Council, four years. Civic Attitude award, freshman, senior years. Varsity hockey, basketball. Second consul, Latin club. President, Girls' Hi-Y. Q1 il I il 1 I f ,' . .gp 'lr -EVN L W September-Nick Vozzy succeeds David Scott as president. FLORENCE MARIE FANELLI Commercial Floss. Dependable. Efficient. LIKES-Candy. Clothes. DISLIKES-Troublesome people. ACTIVITIES-Head typist, F. E. Honor Roll. Enclmmted Isle. Glee Club. A. A. Minstrel. CAROLYN LOUISE FRITZ Commercial Fritzie. Good pal. Quiet. Dependable. LIKES-Sewing. Skating. DISLIKES-Reading. Jitterbugs. ACTIVITIES-Two letters in hockey. Captain, school team and Northeast Suburban second team. Letter. basketball. Monogram, track. Commercial club. CLAIBOURNE McLEAN FUQUA General Bud. Humorous. Good-natured. Inquisitive. LIKES-Good food. Fuqua hounds. ACTIVITIES-Modeling and aeronautics. Hopes to be .mechanical or airline engineer. MABEL ESTELLE GAMWELL Commercial Gamie. Friendly. Cheerful. LIKES-Reading. Roller skating. DISLIKES-Politics. ACTIVITIES-Library, Commercial, Visiting clubs. Private secretary-to-be. MARIE ALMEDIA GARRETT Classical Mimi. Cheerful. Little. Optimistic. LIKES-Drawing. Dancing. Dramatics. DISLIKES-Mathe- matics ACTIVITIES-Student Council. Civic Attitude Award. Yrimsoox. Skia'a'ing. Editor-in-Chief, ORACLE. Eri- quette Club president. Dramatic, Art, Latin clubs. Com- mencement speaker. ALFRED FREDERICK GARRISON General Al. Quiet. Sportsman. LIKES-Music. Baseball. DISLIKES-Girls. Jitterbugs. C wcls. ACTIVITIES-Baseball letter. Mikado. A.A. Minstrel J. F. E. A Cappella choir. Glee, Etiquette, Dramatic clubs. DOROTHY JANE GETCHES Classical Dits. Musical. Jolly. Talkative. LIKES-Pennsylvania Dutch speech. DISLIKES-Monday mornings. ACTIVITIES-Operetta. A Cappella choir. Elizabethan Singers. Honor Roll. Perfect Attendance award. Etiquette, Dramatic, Caravan clubs. GERALD LUDELLE GIBBS General Jerry. Very serious. Dependable. LIKES-Driving. Swing music. Baseball. DISLIKES-Tm matoes. ACT IVIT IES-Woodworking. Wants job as railroad trafiic manager. FRANK JOSEPH GIBIALANTE, JR. General Hf'Good-natured. Likeable. LIKES-Seeing Notre Dame win. DISLIKES-Losing bets. ACTIVITIES-Four years of football. Varsity in senior year. Wrestling. JAMES HARVEY GIBSON General jimmy. Amiable. Easy-going. Calm. LIKES-Baseball. Swimming. Boxing. ACT IVIT IES-Auto club, two years. 'l5 r- n :fi l .ff- il' is ,"7f ..,.' ' i Y k iw E 1 :gif .1-sf - - Vw if' e H, H e, .e. Q. jf'-fe va!! ' -I 3 'f ,.i i Y .XX bi fi ., . N- A X xxx- - . X. A -- .,. . C -,. sg 'iam . V A ' .ff lf ' - 4 , , if x I . ,QU i .gs .- il 1 13-Qi- . . 15 JF ,'.fQ53.eg,g.2ii3.ii...:. I .. , 6 csel i ttt L . . 41.1 ' ' of U'-' , . .,... H.. W .gy 5 15211 W .... , ,. N if N 3.5 J' fix ' . - V. 1 , i 1 .fig ' P, A 17 . , ' N I ,,, I ..... r .1 J... . A .gif wp ,1:,f,3, , ' Q fi 3- ., V .1 ir 251: - -: ml-' ' is ,e F 1. .gal i 4:1 w M.. up fi' l W g . ' 'Q -. , .1 1 .-Fi' ' " A 'it J ' Q ' 2. , f , 1 1ig,.,f f igitfffly fl 1 il Q , , fl - 1 K f Eff'-J 311' ' 'z 1. ' -L ' ifFi"l:fii?: L. efewf "al x 'rf--a.fv.s . -1 'Q fi1vasf'1-'assi t Yi ' 153. 5-.3 gs xzagw A Lot.. . 2 - November-Seniors primp to face birdie with a grin. H ' 1 I e 'H i- . so ,.,. P ec., . .-.c mia. , l 4 I 3 F NE" M , ,M , . W sf E TJ: 4 A Wi? ..-figfi ,C , ' i ' Gag.: ' A " it 1 , .1 J , irc: D 'lug X If ' ii- . . M .- ..,.-.5.5.:. Y V. ta' 1 . ? ,Qui-v, 1 jeg. F13 1 ggi? , '- -,egg-' .4 V am- ,-,, - '--- - J, tv , ,.:.. as-A .. W - ug. R. l . agp J Q.. 1 Guy. Mischievous grin. A true musician. LIKES-Singing in the bathtub. 'DISLIKES-jitterbugs. ACTIVITIES-A. A. Minstrel. Mikado. Glee club. Band. Orchestra. Current Events club. Commencement program. DONALD DIXON GILMORE General Don. Quiet, Cheerful. LIKES-Eating. Sports. Boat models. DISLIKES-Dressing up. ACTIVITIES-Student Council. Baseball. Slcidding. Air- plane club. Secretary, Current Events club. MARIE BLANCHE GLAZIER General Marie. Class mermaid. Athletic. Artistic. LIKES-Poetry. Fun. DISLIKES4nobs. Poor sports. ACTIVITIES-Varsity swimming, four years. Captain. Sketch club. Suburban champion swimmer on relay team. Yard of medals. Excellent art work. PAULINE ELIZABETH GODMAN Commercial Polly. Vivacious. Popular. Enjoys life. LIKESIIl2ancing. Horseback-riding. DISLIKES-Custards. Re air. ACTIVITIES--Swimming, four years. Student Council. Glee club. A Cappella choir. Skidding. Robin Hood. Mikado. Broadcasts. EVELYN MYRA GRACEY Classical Ev. Attractive. Well-poised. Energetic. LIKES-Colcl weather. Dancing DISLIKES-Dentists. ACTIVITIES-Student Council secretary. Civic Attitude awards. Basketball. Hockey. Varsity tennis, senior year. Honor Roll. Robin Hood. Slzidding. Dramatic, Modern Dance clubs. Treasurer of Latin club, Girls Hi-Y. Com- mencement speaker. VIRGINIA MAXWELL GREEN Ginny. Contagious smile. Willing. Helpful. LIKES-Dancing. Ping-pong. Knitting. DISLIKES-Turnips. Spinach. ACTIVITIES-Treasurer, Style club. Dramatic, Etiquette, Sketch clubs. Hockey. MABEL REBECCA GREENSPAN General I-looey. Cheety. Quick smile. Sincere. LIKES-Music. Cream puffs. DISLIKES--Conceited boys. Reptiles. ACTIVITIES-A Cappella choir. F. E. typist. Commercial broadcast. Robin Hood. Etiquette, Dramatic clubs. General DIXEY MONTGO'MERY HILLIARD, JR. General Dix. Romeo. Happy-go-lucky. Good looking. LIKES-Swing music. Reading. DISLIKES-Coffee. ACTIVITIES-Operetta. A Cappella choir. Boys, Glee club. Radio, Auto, Rifle, Etiquette clubs. ELLWOOD CHARLES HURFORD Scientific Hurf. Magnetic personality. Subtle wit. LHCES-Arguments. Music. Political discussion. ACTIVITIES-Band. Minstrel show. Dramatic club presi- dent. Skidding. Abingtonian. Senior treasurer. Civic Attitude award. YEARBooK. SHIRLEY VIOLA JACKSON Classical Shirl. Optimistic. Talkative. Cute. LIKES-Dancing. Dill pickles. DISLIKES-Botes. Af- fected people. ACTIVITIES-Skidding. Glee club. A Cappella choir. Eti- quette, Reading, Dramatic clubs. Broadcasts. Operettas. '16 November 4-Class stages success ul Harvest Hop RAE ELEANOR JENKS Commercial Jenksie. Cheerful. Shy. LIKES-Roller skating. Skiing. DISLIKES-Dancing. Smok- ing. ACTIVITIES-Commercial, Visiting clubs. Commercial broadcast. ARVID JOHN JOHANSON General Abbotts. Thoughtful. Pleasant. LIKES-Nature. Music. Whitemaii. Dorsey. DISLIKES- Swing addicts. ACTIVITIES-Band letter, three years. First trombone in band and orchestra. Commencement program. ERMA REBECCA JONES Commercial Becky. Good sport. Grand pal. LIKES-Skating. Swimming. DISLIKES-Politics. ACTIVITIES-A Cappella choir. Glee Club. Played violin in orchestra. Broadcasts. Alzingtanian typing. Attendance award. FRANK ARMSTRONG KELLER Engineering Hank. Reliable. Willing worker. Cheerful. LIKES-Camping. Outdoor life. DISLIKES-Silly girls. ACTIVITIES--President, Student Council. Vice-president, junior class. Two Civic Attitude awards. Varsity baseball. Basketball. Cross-country. Skiddirzg. A Cappella choir Etiquette, Dramatic, Glee clubs. GEORGE KERCI-IN ER General Coke. Playful. Auburn hair. Quiet. Blusher. LIKES-Printing. Ice skating, Automobiles. DISLIKES-Oral English. ACTIVITIES-Track squad, sophomore year. Camera, Print- ing, Rifle clubs. Ambition-printer. MARY ELIZABETH KREIDER Classical Bettee. Cheerful, Vivacious. Intelligent. LIKES-Dancing. Playing piano. DISLIKES-Affected people. ACTIVITIES-Student Council, Honor Roll. ORACLE. YEAR' BOOK. Spelling bees. Etiquette, Dramatic, Latin clubs. Skid- ding. Enclvanteal Isle. Commencement speaker. HIRAM LARMON General Hi. A lot of thought goes on behind that silent tongue. LIKES-Chemistry and math. ACTIVITIES-Photography. Future engineer. FRANK BROOK LEES General Frank. Quiet. Amiable. LIKES-Music. DISLIKES-Onions and pickles. ACTIVITIES-Band, two years. Stamp collection. Future draftsman or engineer. LESTER REINEHEART LEIDY, JR. General Bud. Class cut-up. Witw. Happy-go-lucky. LIKES-Dancing. Music. Sports. DISLIKES-Jitterbugs. ACTIVITIES-Stamp, Etiquette, Chess clubs. Varsity swimming. Tennis. Bass horn player. A Cappella choir. Glee club. AVE MARIA LITTLE Classical Rusty. Pretty red hair. Reserved. Intelligent. LIKES-Swimming. Reading. Swing. DISLIKES-House- work. ACTIVITIES-Swimming, senior year. ORACLE. YEARBooK. Spelling bee, four years. A. A. Minstrel. Style, Dra- matic, Etiquette clubs. Senior play prompter. '17 December 10, 11-Class goes Andy Hardy to present 'Skidding' . ALFRED JOSEPH LIZZIO General I V f . T 59 -N Al. uiet Bashful. Funny bone tucked away somewhere. ' LIKES-Golf. Ice hockey. DISLIKES-Sauer Kraut. Home- ACTIVITIES-Letter, two years, soccer and golf. Campus and Rifle clubs. ANNIE ISABEL LYTTLE Commercial F Issy. Quiet. Irish accent. LIKES-Animals. ACTIVITIES-Four years' perfect attendance. Library, Eti- quette, Commercial, Visiting clubs. I ' Q l V 1 wor ,. -3 ELIZABETH MARIE MACKLEER Commercial W Mar. Carefree. Happy. LIKES-Roller skating. DISLIKES-Staying in at night. ACTIVITIES-Basketball, two years. Orchestra, freshman ' year. Pep corps. Fashion Shows. Attendance award. DORIS RHOADS MARGERUM Commercial Doris. Alert. Neat. Efficient. LIKES-Animals, especially dogs. DISLIKES-Politics. ACTIVITIES-Camera, Current Events, Commercial clubs. -1.. 12 nr ww Liga!!-,I L P :' A HELEN MCALLISTER Scientific Mick. Quiet. Thoughtful. I LIKES-Horticulture. Keeping house. DISLIKES-Report cards. ACTIVITIES-Glee club. Perfect attendance, four years. Plays piano. Desires to be nurse. HARRY BYRON MCCORMICK, 3d. Engineering Mac. Mischievous. Cute LIKES--Algebra. Trigonometry. DISLIKES-English com- positions. ACTIVITIES-Baseball. Skiciding. Current Events, Boys' Etiquette, Rifle clubs. VIRGINIA MCDOWELL General Ginnie. Original. Artistic. Dreamy. Ambitious. LIKES-Art. Music. DISLIKES-Poor sportsmanship. ACTIVITIES-President, Sketch club, Craft club. -Awarded several art prizes. Archery team, senior year. ORACLE, Yizaneook art work. EDITH CATHARINE MCHUGH General Edie. Quiet. Sweet. LIKES-Dancing. DISLIKES-Thunder Storms. Snakes. ACTIVITIES-Archery. Operetta chorus. Secretary, Style club. Glee club, two years. - I f CLAIRE ESTELLE MORRISON General Lee Practical. Conscientious. LIKES Reading. Sewing. Eating. DISLIKES-Politics. Car- rots Cats. ACTIVITIES-YEARBOOK, ORACLE typist. Abingtonian ad- vertising. Skidding. Vice-president, Reading club. Special 'Z' freshman Latin award. CHARLES PATRICK MURRAY .,.. General Pat. Cheerful. Would-be crooner. Gay. LIKES-Traveling. Radios. Sleeping. Dancing. ACTIVITIES-Football, freshman, senior years. Printing club vice-president and Parliamencarian. Minstrel Show soloist. U 7 at 1 .. Y .,.V 4,11 Eggs? , Y 'I 8 January 22, 1939-Rev. Daniel Nicely preaches on 'Horizons' HELEN JANE NEHLIG Commercial Jimmie. Funny. Efficient. Clever. LIKES-Tennis. Sewing. DISLIKES-Dancing. Violins. ACTIVITIES-Consistent Honor Roll member, four years. Business Manager, Alzingtonian. Secretary, Travel club. Faculty Scholarship award. LEON LEVI NORTH Classical Levi. Dependable. Studious. LIKES-Model railroads. Ping pong. DISLIKES-Art. Late buses. ACTIVITIES-A. P. S. L. Latin award. Skialaling. Honor Roll, four years. ORACLE. Champion speller. First Consul, Latin club. Commencement speaker. Faculty Scholarship award. ELLEN CAROLYN PENTON Classical Ellen. Argumentative blonde. Attractive. Capable. LIKES-Swimming. Skating. DISLIKES-Jitterbugs. Keep- ing quiet. ACTIVITIES-Cheerleader. Abingtonian. Skialding. Glee club. A Cappella choir. Honor Roll. Etiquette, Reading, Dramatic clubs. ROBERT MARTIN PLATZ General Bob. Quiet, Artistic. LIKES-Plant lore. Art ACTIVITIES-Nature club, four years. ORACLE, two years. Excels in art. WALTER HENRY POLAK General Joe. Happy-go-luclcy. Helpful. Loquacious. LIKES-A-Dancing. Tennis. DISLIKES-Female jitterbugs. ACTIVITIES-Band, orchestra, two years. Etiquette, Dra- matic clubs. A Cappella choir. Opetettas. Elizabethan Singers. JOHN ELWOOD POTTS, JR. General El. Good pal. Juiet. Humorous. Artistic. LIKES-Jitterbugs. Pipes. Radio. DISLIKES-Hamburgers with onions ACTIVITIES-Campus, Rifle, Etiquette clubs. Fine artist. WILLIAM RUSSELL RAISN ER Engineering Bill. Happy-go-lucky. Friendly. LIKES-Washington, D. C. DISLIKES-Liver and onions. ACTIVITIES-Stamp, Etiquette, Rifle clubs. Minstrel chorus. Skiddfng. Baseball. Basketball. JEAN MARIE ROWAN Commercial Jean. Dependable. Good worker. LIKES-Movies. Basketball. Animals. Scrapbooks. ACTIVITIES-Etiquette, Travel, Reading, Radio clubs. Ambition-to be a good secretary. SUZANNE ULONDA ROWAN General Nan. Good-natured. Dependable. Quiet. LIKES-Baseball. Drawing. DISLIKES-Conceited male teachers. ACTIVITIES-Honor Roll, freshman year. Spelling Bee, junior and senior years. Magazine, Latin, Reading clubs. Collects stamps. DOROTHY EVELYN SASSAMAN General Dotty. Droll but quiet. LIKES-Music. DISLIKES-Smoking. ACTIVITIES-Etiquette, Travel clubs. Hobby-saving poems. Ambition-to be a dental assistant. 'IQ I 4 Jvkffz r l ' Q 6' 'Uv R . . - ' ' C 4 R i if if 1 v . ' Hi , -- January 24--Recitation E as f ig.. if., W 1 H E H E ,a 1, f Day in the Little Red School House DAVID BRUCI-I SCOTT Engineering Scotty. Popular. Dependable. LIKES-Camping. Sports. DISLIKES-Chemistry. Jitterbugs. ACT IVITIES-Student Council. President, junior class. Vice-president, senior class. Sltialding. Nature, Etiquette, Dramatic, Glee clubs. Baseball. Basketball. Band, two years. Four Civic Attitude awards. Orchestra. YEARBQQK. RUTH SCOTT Scienlific Scotty. Studious. Popular. Vivacious LIKES-Scottie dogs. DISLIKES-Bookworms. ACT IVITIES-Student Council, four years. Civic Attitude award. Honor Roll, four years. Slzizlaling. Christmas play. Hi-Y. Dramatic, Reading clubs. Commencement speaker. EDITH ALBERTA SMITH General Ede. Jocular. Friendly. LIKES-Pie. Embroidery. DISLIKES-Split pea soup. ACTIVITIES-Class hockey. Etiquette, Art, Craft clubs. MARGARET TOLLEY SMITH Commercial Marge. Humor-loving. LIKES-Ping-pong. Aviation. DISLIKES-Spinach. Cold weather. ACT IVITIES-Enjoys collecting elephants and reading. Types for F. E. Library award. ANNA MARIE STADON General Ann. Cheerful. Reliable. Efficient. LIKES-Horseback riding. Clothes. Swimming. DISLIKES- Housework. ACTIVITIES-Assistant hockey manager. Business manager, ORACLE. YEARBOOK typist. Honor Roll. Commercial, Rille clubs. Commencement speaker. WILLIAM THEODORE STAI-IL General Bill. Witty. Lively. Friendly. LIKES-Clothes. Cars. DISLIKES-Algebra. ACTIVITIES-Football, two years. Track, two years. Call of the Banshee. President, Art club. Award in art. MARJORIE J OAN N E STETSON Commercial Margie. Lively. Generous. Future designer. LIKES-Dancing. Swimming. Skating. DISLIKES-Book re- ports. ACT IVITIES-Class hockey. Varsity swimmer. Senior play prompter. ORACLE. Broadcast. Etiquette, Art, Dramatic clubs. ELIZABETH HELEN TOTH Commercial Betty. Enthusiastic. Attractive smile. Emcient. LIKES-Horses. Dancing. ACTIVITIES-Secretary, senior class. Hockey manager, senior year. Abingtonian, business manager. Secretary, Caravan, Travel clubs. CLEMENT GERARD UNDECK General Clem. Poetic. Good mixer. Clown. LIKES-Golf. Skating. Ping-pong. DISLIKES-Getting up early. ACTIVITIES-From Northeast Catholic. Golf letter. J. F. E. Nature, Etiquette clubs. Student Council. Writes poetry. JOHN NEVIN UNRUH John. A good sport. Likeable. General LIKES-Pool. Ice skating. Swing. DISLIKES-Onions. Re- port cards. ACTIVITIES-Skidding. A. A. Minstrel. Rifle, Etiquette. Airplane clubs. Comes from Germantown Academy. Q0 January 27-89 seniors become alumni of Abington FREDERICK DRUMMOND VENABLES General Freda. A good pal. Good-natured. LIKES-Reading. Printing. Popular music. Ice skating. ACTIVITIES-YEARBOOK. President, Current Events club. Secretary, Printing club. Aspiring printer. HELEN NICHOLAS WILLIAM VOZZY Scientific Nick. Good-natured. Cute. A leader. LIKES-Sports, Writing. Reading. DISLIKES-Dull work. Conceited people. ACTIVITIES-President, senior class. YEARBOOK. J. F. E. editor. Associate editor, Alvinglonian. Student Council. Honor Roll. Skidding. Football. Commencement speaker. A Cappella choir. Current Event, Camera, Dramatic, Glee, Boys' Etiquette clubs. HEDWIG WEISSER General Weezer. Jolly. Sports-loving. Good company. LIKES-Swimming. Travel. ACTIVITIES-Hockey, four years. Member of second Northeast Suburban hockey team. Caravan, Visiting clubs. ADALINE CONARD WENTZ Commercial Addie, Reserved. Generous. Quiet. Conscientious worker. LIKES-Music. Reading. Cooking. DISLIKES-Political arguments. ACTIVITIES-Honor Roll, three years. Program chairman and president, Travel club. CHARLES GEORGE WIPPLINGER General Charlie. jovial. Good-naturecl. LIKES-Photography. Ice-skating. Swimming. Architecture. ACTIVITIES-Sleidtling. Rifle, Etiquette, Current Events clubs. Venables' side partner. ALBERT WILLIAM WOLFF Buss. Smooth. Amiable. Good-looking. General LIKES-Fishing. Photography. DISLIKES-Getting up ' A M at 7.00 . . ACTIVITIES-Track. Wrestling. Managed lights and cur- tains for Skidding. FRANK CHARLES YOST General Joe. Good-natured. Easy to get along with. LIKES-Swimming. Touch football. DISLIKES-Conceited girls. Dancing. ACTIVITIES-Football, basketball manager. Operettas. Glce cllxub. A Cappella choir. Elizabethan Singers. Minstrel s ow. ROMIE YOUNGER, JR. Romie. Sportsman. joking. Winning smile. LIKES-Girls. Movies. Driving car. General ACTIVITIES-Science, Radio, Rifle, Stamp clubs. Broad- cast. Ambition--to secure commercial position. EVANGELINE FREDA ZACKEY Classical Eva. Good sense of humor. Dependable. Energetic. LIKES-Clothes. Dancing. DISLIKES-Baseball. ACTIVITIES-Student Council, font years. Civic Attitude award, freshman, senior years. Varsity hockey, basketball. Second consul, Latin club. President, Girls' Hi-Y. Q1 Q gi F, Q J W , 6 v ,N leaf .ss1E: lilllll i p -in .gm 1. rj., '35 "'-'- ':' 'viii ' 1 V " gli Petit? 2? ' sr ,"9'.' ,x J une Class Officers ROBERT DAY ....v,,,..... ,... ,.,.,., T reasurer KATI-IRYN HUNSBERGER ..,..... .,.s.,...... S ecretary WILLIAM KISTLER .w..,....A ,..,.,.......,.,. V ice-President MIKE PENECALE ,s........ ........ A . A. Representative FRED ERBELE ....,... ,................e, -- President M. B. MESSINGER .,..,.. ....... C lass Sponsor Class Colors-Scarlet and gold Class Flower-Tea Rose Class Motto-Q'Keep your eyes on the stars and your feet on the ground". To the Graduates Emerson said: "That book is good which puts me in a working mood". May you find with your discriminative reading of good books all you need to inform the mind, purify the heart, and strengthen your courage, to equip yourself better to meet the challenge of the life before you. M. B. MESSINGER Q3 September 9, 1935-221 wide-eyed freshmen come to A. H. S. EDWARD BENTON ALQUIST Commercial Bent. Quiet. Good-natured. -iw 3" 'N LIKES-Music. Driving. DISLIKES-Spinach. K ACTIVITIES-Vaqsity tennis. Campus, Rifle, Etiquette Q' M, clubs. Vice-president, Nature club. A budding ac- :Q countant. 5 . W ' " EDWARD HERMAN ALTMAN General . Eddie. Happy. Friendly. Brown eyes. f LIKES-Chocolate xnillcshalces. DISLIKES-Cauliflower. fly ACTIVITIES-Rifle club president. A Cappella choir. Inter- ested in architecture. EDITH SARAH ANTENOZZI General "" Edie. Quiet. Shy. ,U LIKES-Dancing. Music. Art. . S ' 5 ACTIVITIES-Science and Art clubs. A future nurse. Col- ?-Y, T 1 lects medical magazines. p in " ELANORE FRANCES ARNOLD General : EN ':-l' Mimi. Sociable. Enchanting smile. l, l LIKES-Good food. Many friends. DISLIKES-Jitterbugs. -r F In-,:,l' . 'J ACT IVITIES-Varsity hockey. A Cappella choir. Glee, ' V Travel, Caravan clubs. Seven years' perfect attendance. he el SH W' I .4 ALLEN H. ASHTON General Al. Pleasant. Reserved. LIKES-Printing. Baseball. ACTIVITIES-Campus, Science, Printing clubs. ROGER ELWYN BLISS Engineering Roger. Witty. Self-confident. Loves life. LIKES--Basketball. Attention. DISLIKES--Double features. ACT IVITIES-Former Germantown High pupil. Senior foot- ball. Mathematics, Radio, Chess, Rifle clubs. GERARD CHARLES BOEVE Scientific jerry. Clever. Magnetic. LIKES-Good sports. DISLIKES-Poor losers, ACTIVITIES-Football letter from Yeadon. Basketball. Am- bition-make a model-T Ford run. ALFRED HAZARD BORGES Commercial Al. Quiet. Ambitious. LIKES-Painting landscapes. DISLIKES-Winter. ACTIVITIES-Nature, Art clubs. Auditorium program. Glee club. Ambition-private secretary. ANNE BEATRICE BORIGINI General Anne. Quiet. Good-natured. LIKES-Horses. Drama. Art. DISLIKES-Arguments. ACT IVITIES-Collects poems. Would-be nurse. THEODORE HUGH BOURGUIGNON General Ted. Happy-go-lucky. Sunny disposition. LIKES-Bookkeeping. Automobiles. DISLIKES-Shorthand. ACT IVITIES-Student Council in junior year. A. A. Min- strel. Airplane and Automobile clubs. E24 September 21, 193 7-School begins assembly broadcasts JOHN WALTER BRAND Engineering Jac. Shy. Serious. LIKES-Stamp collecting. Photography. DISLIKES-English. ACTIVITIES-Student Council, freshman year. Baseball, Monogram. Soccer. Swimming. CHARLENE CAMPBELL BROWN General Charlie. Originality plus. Captivating. LIKES-Horseradish. Dancing. DISLIKES-Mushrooms. ACTIVITIES-Abingtonimz. ORACLE Art work. J. F. E. Operettas. Glee Club. A Cappella choir. Rihe, Camp counselor clubs. Senior play. ELIZABETH FRANCES BROWN Commercial Bet. Winning smile. Dependable. Ambitious. LIKES-Dancing. Homework. DISLIKES-Up-swept hair. ACTIVITIES-Student Council. Hockey, Basketball varsity. Dramatic, Etiquette, Travel, Style clubs. A. A. Minstrel. FRANCES LEE BURTON General Franlcy. Thoughtful. Amiable. LIKES-Dancing. Skiing. Skating. Swing music. ACTIVITIES-Glee, Art, Service, Style Clubs. A future beautician. JOHN ALFRED CARROLL General Reds. Freclcled. Peppy. Twinkling eyes. Mischievous. LIKES-Printing. Golf. Hunting. DISLIKES-English. ACTIVITIES-Secretary, Campus club. Rifle club. Wrestling. Aspires to be a printer. FRANK AN GELO CEN EVIVA General Chick. Hit or miss. Unassuming. Fun-loving. LIKES-Playing trap drums. DISLIKES-Jitterbugs. ACTIVITIES-Etiquette club, four years. Golf. Swing, his hobby. A future printer. J ANICE CHUPP Classical Fuzzy. Pert. Petite. Popular. Fadclist. Independent, LIKES-Swing. Vacations. Brunettes. DISLIKES-Serials. ACT IVITIES-Student Council. Abingtonian. YEARBOOK. Glee, Caravan, Latin clubs. President, Dramatic, Eti- quette clubs. Spring Dance. BETTY JANE COULSTON General Betts. Reserved. Serious. Quiet. LIKES-Dogs. Cats. DISLIKES-Report card Clays. ACTIVITIES-Glee club. Collects movie stars' pictures. WILLIAM J. COUSIN General Bill. Quiet. Always smiling. LIKES-Football. Ice Hockey. DISLIKES-Easy work. ACTIVITIES-Bass horn in band. Glee, Chess clubs. Philat- elist. Baseball, two letters. WILLIAM PHILIP COYLE General Bill. Cheerful. Studious. LIKES-Golf. Baseball. Travel. DISLIKE-Boolc reports. ACTIVITIES-Student Council. Honor Roll. Four golf letters. Abingtonirm. Campus club secretary. 25 V 'E , . I," fest . l H V., 1 .W -fi .L .if-1 , ,str fe., 1, -1--ff 4 1 ' . W x 1. v ig, ., ' .. , " 'H-Q1-..:..,.a-ff 9 '-wg. ii il f- c-n , l-sf --' f erase Z- -. October 9-Mike Penecale helps Ghosts down Lower M erion "bfi 'H' f I I MARION J OSEPHIN E CRAIG Commercial Marion. Quiet. Efficient. LIKES-Dogs. DISLIKES-Sewing. ' ACTIVITIES-Dramatic, Etiquette, Caravan, Rifle clubs. A Cappella choir. Future private secretary. ELLEN VIRGINIA CRANSTON Bunnie. Likable. jovial. Talkative. LIKES-Books. Football. DISLIKES-Report cards. General ACTIVITIES-Dramatic club, two years. Latin, Visiting clubs. Hails from Jenkintown. RICHARD JOHN CROUTHAMEL General Q Dick. Quiet. Dependable. w LIKES+Sports. People. Roller skating. Woodworking. ' ACTIVITIES-Wrestling, four years. Bird, Camp, Nature clubs. Future C. P. A. District wrestling champ. CHARLES HUGH D'ARDENNE General Chollie. Jolly. Friendly. Fine bass voice. LIKES-Sports. Music. DISLIKES-Tea. ACTIVITIES-Student Council. Track. Football. Oper- ettas. Etiquette, Glee clubs. Elizabethan Singers. A Cap- pella choir. 5 , HARRISON DARE General i .ggi jk , I ifasgi 3 Har. Daring. Keeps thoughts to himself. j v 5 LIKES-Boo-k's. Sports. Photography. DISLIKES-Caulb 7 flower. ACTIVITIES-Football manager. A. A. Minstrel. Stage man, Mikado. ROBERT SMITH DAY Classical Bob. Jolly. Always grinning. Popular. LIKES-Dancing. Day-dreaming. DISLIKES-Noisy girls. ACTIVITIES-Student Council. Manager, track team. Wrestling. Head cheerleader. Senior treasurer. A. A. Minstrel. Senior Play. ' JOHN CLEMENT DECKER Engineering Jack. Happy-go-lucky. LIKES-Potatoes. Hedy Lamarr. DISLIKES-Smart alecks. alecks. ACTIVITIES-Rifle club. Interested in photography. DAVID LEWIS DEEN, JR. General Dave. Serious. Conservative. Amicable. LIKES-Dancing. Reading. DISLIKES-Trig. Jitterbugs. ACTIVITIES-Etiquette, Camera clubs. A. A. Minstrel. Motion picture enthusiast. Swimming. Basketball. M ,ii . Q. i.. in is .ma ,M . . Y - aw ' 5 ', 1 .ge , . , NATAL ARTHUR DELIA General Nate. Friendly. Lively. LIKES-Sports. English. DISLIKES-Studies. ACTIVITIES-Cross-country letter. Golf star. Basketball. Glee club. A Cappella choir. Christmas play. ROLAND ROBINSON DEWEES En ginecrin g Roland. Good-natured. Quiet. Thoughtful. LIKES-Motorcycles. Milkshakes. Tinkering with motors. ACTIVITIES-Basketball manager. J. F. E. Abingtoniau. Etiquette, Airplane club. YEARBOOK. Senior play. Q6 January 12, 1938-Juniors choose Fred Erbele class leader KATHRYN ROSALIE DILLON Commercial Katy. Cheerful. Vivacious. Blonde. LIKES-Horses. Week-ends. DISLIKES-Sarcasm. ACTIVITIES-Student Council. Orchestra. Secretary, Rifle club. Class hockey. RITA MARIE DI PAOLO General Rita. Quiet, Always busy. LIKES-Baseball. DISLIKES-Oral English topics. ACTIVITIES-Spanish class broadcast. Etiquette, Reading clubs. Collects animal pins. MARGARET LORRAINE DOYLE General Skeeter. Small. Witty. Sarcastic. LIKES-Symphony orchestras. Boats. , ACTIVITIES-Student Council. Alzingtonian. Swimming. Elizabethan Singers. Band. A Cappella choir. Glee club. Caravan, Reading clubs. Operettas. PATRICIA ANN DORN General Pat. Happy-go-lucky. Inquisirive. LIKES-Sports. Drawing. Dancing. ACTIVITIES--Student Council. Etiquette, Art, Dramatic clubs. President, Commercial club. Aim-commercial artist. CATHERINE MARGARET DOUGHERTY General Sis. Sunny disposition. Friendly. LIKES-Dancing. Skating. Singing. DISLIKES-Conceitecl people. ACTIVITIES-Rifle club. Dramatic club. From Melrose Academy. Would-be air hostess. JAMES PATRICK DOUGHERTY Genera! Doc. Crooner. Humorist. LIKES-Roller Skating. Girls. Sports. DISLIKES-Dancing. ACTIVITIES-Secretary, Auto club. Attended Northeast Catholic two years. Likes to work on airplanes. ELIZABETH MAE EARWAKER General Betty. Quiet. Steady. ACTIVITIES-Glee club concert. Collects dog pins and pic- tures. MARY SUSAN ENGLE Commercial Mary. Quiet. Studious. LIKES-Swing. Designing clothes. Dancing. Roller skating. ACTIVITIES-A Cappella choir. Style, Etiquette, Caravan, and Rifle clubs. FRED C. ERBELE Engineering Erb. Sincere. Dependable. Conscientious. LIKES--Sports. Publications. DISLIKES-Olives. ACTIVITIES-Student Council. Civic Attitude awards. Foot- ball. Track. Allingtonian sports editor. Hillbilly band. President, senior class. Senior play. Varsity basketball. YEARBOOK. EDWARD GEORGE EVANS seiwzife Ed. Serious. Reliable. LIKES-Track. Basketball. ACTIVITIES-Varsity track team. Medal for West Chester relay. Basketball. Stamp, Nature, Etiquette clubs. E27 X, M., i , - 1 7 s- ? ,. 1, ' li KN! sift-' .1 'Sense ' li . ii 2 . ' --G fl J. ,.... ., I .1 c n-f -1 f January 21-Fred Wrigley supplies rhythm at Junior Prom CHARLES WILLIAM FAY Engineering Chal. Quiet. Conscientious. LIKES-All sports. ACTIVITIES-Baseball, three years. Airplane, Automobile, Etiquette clubs. MILDRED CAROLYN FURLONG General Migs. Full of fun. Lively. LIKES--Swimming. Tennis. Music. ACTIVITIES-Band, Orchestra, four years. Glee club. A Cappella choir. Minstrel show. Dramatic club. MYRTLE MARY GAMMON Commercial Myrtle. Quiet. Very frank. LIKES-Football. Baseball. Sledding. DISLIKES-Oral com- positions. ACTIVITIES-Student Council. Commercial, Etiquette, Glee clubs. First award for National Air Mail Week poster. Ysmzsoox typist. HENRY GANSERT General Hank. Quiet. Pleasant smile. LIKES--Sports. DISLIKES-English. ACTIVITIES-Cross-country. Wrestling. I ELIZABETH MAY GIBBON General Betty. Jolly. Happy-go-lucky. LIKES-Skating. Dancing. Baseball. DISLIKES-Oral themes. ACTIVITIES-Class track. Basketball. Girls' baseball. Glee, Commercial, Rilie clubs. JOHN THOMAS GILLIGAN General jack. Reserved. Pleasant. LIKES-School. ACTIVITIES-Football. Wlrestling. Airplane, Automobile, Etiquette clubs. Band. ROSE MARY GRIMES Commercial Rosie. Friendly. Chatter-box. LIKES-Skating. Talking. Movies. DISLIKES-Homework. ACTIVITIES-Etiquette, Travel, Commercial, Rifle clubs. Junior Fourth Estate typing. WALTER CHARLES GWINNER Engineering Walt. Inclustrious. Entertaining. Wiuy. LIKES-Chemistry. Swing. DISLIKES-Arising early. Home- work. ACTIVITIES-Band and orchestra clarinetist. Senior band director. Student Council. Swimming. Senior play. ANN KATHRYN HABHEGGER General Ann. Pert. Stylish. Sophisticated. LIKES-Eating. Swimming. Riding. DISLIKES-Being late, ACTIVITIES-Varsity swimming team, three years. Art stu- dent. Future interior decorator. MARY IZORA HAMLIN Classical Hammie. Versatile. Capable. Congenial. LIKES-Dancing. Hoop skirts. Sports. DISLIKES-Cauli- flower. ACT IVIT IES-Honor Roll. Abingtonian. Varsity bockey. Tennis. A Cappella choir. President, Dramatic club. Girls' Hi-Y. YEARBOOK. Senior play. - Q8 June Athletes capture baseball, gol , and tenms crowns JANE SPENCER HAND Classical anie Dependable Willing Original LIKES-Swimming Hamburgers DISLIKES Insmcenty Centxpedes ACTIVITIES-Student Council Honor Roll Abmgtonmn editor YEARBOOK P T A play Dramatic Etiquette cubs Girls H1 Y Senior play ROBERT HANLINE General Butch Cheerful Friendly LIKES Mechanical Drawing Dislikes Homework ACTIVITIES-President Auto club I F E Student Conn cil Numxsmatist MARGARET CLAIRE HANNAHS General Margaret Ulet Good natured Dependable LIKES Needlework DISLIKES Homework ACTIVITIES-Glee club Mikado chorus Honorable men non Ledger hobby show First prize York Road hobby show EDWIN DUNN HARRINGTON Classzcal Ted Clever Wxny Popular LIKES Sports Argument DISLIKES-Spelling ACTIVITIES-Consul Latin club Treasurer French club Debating Won insurance essay contest Alvmgtonzan MABEL ALBERTA HASENMAYER Commercial Mabel Quiet Congerual LIKES Ice skating Tenms Swimmmg Dancing ACTIVITIES President freshman Etiquette club Student Council Commercial Caravan clubs MARIE EMMA HOERR General Shorty Reserved Agreeable LIKES Cooklng Sciences Sewing DISLIKES Gym days ACTIVITIES-Glee club Hockey Nature club A Cappella choir WILLIAM PINLEY HOGG Commercial Fm Witty Talkative LIKES Sports DISLIKES Business organization ACTIVITIES Basketball Nature club A future book keeper HENRY GARRATT HONEYSETT Scxentz c Bud Carefree Popular Good pal LIKES-Sports Fishing DISLIKES Monday morning quarterbacks ACTIVITIES Varsity football President Etiquette club Baseball Basketball Student Council vice president Senior play MARJORIE JEAN HOOPER Classical Jean Congemal Demure Sincere LIKES-Movies Dancing Writing letters DISLIKES Spinach ACTIVITIES--A Cappella choir Latin Dramatic Glee clubs Tennis manager Hockey Senior play JAMES CHARLES HUGHES General Jimmie Likeable Ambitious Sincere LIKES1Sw1ng Golf Swimming DISLIKES Rainy days ACTVITIES-Nature club. Bird conservation committee. Ambitious politician. Q9 ual' i-af az- QW Q Q November-Betty Brown scores goal for All-Suburbans . .. N' , ' 'l " I .ls ' i 1 V -'ii ' : 1 1 K V, av' V S 5 n.-AF? ' ,- v I I l I l l KATHRYN BAYNE HUNSBERGER Classical Kay. Friendly. Versatile. Vivacious. LIKES-Ice cream. Dancing. DISLIKES-Dead birds. ACTIVITIES-Senior class secretary. Band. Basketball. Civic Attitude awards. Student Council. A Cappella choir. Mikado. J. F. E. Latin, Dramatic clubs. Senior play. JOSEPH MORRIS JAMES General Joe. Modest. Amicable. LIKES-Music. DISLIKES-Sauerkraut. ACTIVITIES-Played alto horn in band. Violinist in or- chestra. A. A. Minstrel. Legion Band. ELSIE MAY JOHNSTON Commercial L. C. Placid. Compliant. LIKES-Reading. Badminton. DISLIKES--Oral English. Hockey. ACTIVITIES-Commercial, Etiquette, Visiting clubs. Ex- Cheltenham student. MARY HELEN JOHNSON Commercial Johnnie. Candid. Congenial. LIKES-Dancing. Reading. Riding. DISLIKES-Milk. Break- fast. ACTIVITIES-Reading, Etiquette clubs. Spent third year at Cheltenham. A future stenographer. VIOLA ELAINE JONES Commercial Elaine. Soft spoken. Amiable. LIKES-Sports. Dancing. Knitting. DISLIKES-Jitterbugs. ACTIVITIES-Style, Hostess clubs. Future stenographer. MIRIAM MARTHA KELLER Commercial Minnie. Steady. Wilhng. Efhcient. LIKES-Typing. Sports. Piano. DISLIKES-AntiAbington- ians ACTIVITIES-Abingtonian, YEARBQOK typist. Orchestra. A Cappella choir. Secretarial, Glee, Etiquette clubs. Spelling Bee. GEORGE KERTIS General Pappy. Unrufllecl. Jovial. Perpetual grin. LIKES-Sports. Eating. Sleeping. DISLIKES-Girls. Prac- tice. ACTIVITIES-Letterman in football, baseball, basketball. Nature club president. WILLIAM HENRY KISTLER Engineering Willie. Assicluous. Candid. Reliable. LIKES-Stamps. Woodwork. ACTIVITIES-Civic Attitude award. Honor Roll. Vice- president, senior class. Varsity swimming. Track. Soccer Abingtonian. Stamp, Camp Cooking clubs. Spring Dance lead. Bird club president. Student Council president. RUTH LOUISE KLOSTERMAN General Klossie. Engaging personality. Giggler. Efficient. LIKES-Bands. People. Politics. DISLIKES-Eels. Thunder- storms. ACTIVITIES-Dramatic, Latin, Glee, Etiquette clubs. Abingtonian. A Cappella choir. Pep Corps drum major. Mikado. Senior play. YEARBOOK editor. MARGARET SUZAN N E KOSEMPLE Commercial Peggie. Reliable. Efficient. Tranquil. LIKES-A good sport. DISLIKES-Cooking. ACTIVITIES-Girls' Hi-Y. Basketball. A Cappella choir. Elizabethan Singers. Mikado. A. A. Minstrel. Abing- tanian. Etiquette, Dramatic clubs. Senior play. YEAR- BOOK. 30 November-Zamsky's camera inspires each to look his best RICHARD ERVIN KUHN Scientific Dick. Dry humorist. Camera fiend. LIKES-Hunting. Fishing. Motorcycles. DISLIKES-Early bus. ACTIVITIES-Elizabethan Singers. Camera club president. Operettas. Glee club. Basketball. Football. A. A. Minstrel. CHARLES LANG Scientific Charlie. Modest. Thoughtful. Intelligent. LIKES-Cats. Swimming. DISLIKES-Breaking in shoes. ACT IVITIES-Three years' wrestling. A. A. Minstrel. Chess, Airplane, Campus clubs. FRANCIS WILLIAM LANG General Fran. Placid. Intelligent. Original. LIKES-Charioteers. Horace Heidt. DISLIKES - Benny Goodman ACT IVITIES-A Cappella choir. Glee club. Collects stamps. Gene Krupa aspirant. ROBERT JOHN LANG General Bob. Self-restrained. Undisturbed. LIKES-Baseball. Blondes. DISLIKES-Girls' hats. ACTIVITIES-Campus club. VERA JEAN LARZELERE Classical Jean. Inquisitive. Animated. LIKES-Sweets. Bicycling. DISLIKES-Long books. Tests. ACTIVITIES-A Cappella choir. Glee club. Broadcasts. Camp Counselor, Latin, Reading clubs. Senior play. WILLIAM HARVEY LEEDOM Commercial Willy. Taciturn. Industrious. LIKES-Rifle shooting. Automobiles. DISLIKES-Home work. ACTIVITIES-Nature, Rifle clubs. Wrestling. Second prize in woodwork at Hobby Show. ALBERT MICHAIL LIBERTY General Zilch. Animated. Sociable. Cheerful. LIKES-Swing. Golf. DISLIKES-Classical music. ACTIVITIES-Golf, three years. Models ships and planes. Future electrical engineer. DOUGLAS LINTS Engineering Doug. Genial. Easy-going. Helpful. LIKES-Ice cream. Swimming. ACTIVITIES-Football. Baseball. Abingtonian. Student Council. YEARBOOK. Latin club President, Etiquette club. Spring Dance hero. GILBERT LINSON LUGAR General Gill. Sociable. Ingenious. LIKES-All vocational work. DISLIKES-Breaking prom- ises. ACTIVITIES-Cross-country. Printing club. Manufac- tures name pins. Junior Fourth Estate. JANE ELIZABETH MacFARLAND Classical Mac. Genial. Animated. Enthusiastic. LIKES-Mount Gretna. Dancing. DISLIKES-Oatmeal. ACTIVITIES-Glee club. Alningtonian. A Cappella choir. I. F. E. Mikado. Hockey. Swimming. Pep Corps. Latin, Etiquette, Caravan clubs. YEARBOOK. Senior play. 31 ! N .,,,..1:,. - . 53,1 " f - .:.. .Wim , . . , . ..1Q 1g- f,." w e""is 2 ' '. Kham w s. . ,WI-, 46 f .xwvef .' .,x, A ,, February 9, 1939- , 5 ff' L' f N . f .,., - ? - I ii ,, 5 jipitg . j ww -E S1 ri 5 K 5 A" Class re-elects Fred Erbele' president MILDRED GRACE MASSINO Classical Mimi. Persevering. Hard worker. LIKES-Travel. Badminton. DISLIKES-Coffee. ACTIVITIES-I-Ionor Roll. Broadcasts. Collects autographs. Interviewed Freddie Barrholemew. Future language teacher. JOHN JAMES MCCLOSKEY General Mac. Happy-go-lucky. LIKES-Dancing. DISLIKES-Getting out of bed. ACTIVITIES-Four years, Nature club. Vice-president in senior year. EMMA MARION MEREDITH Classical Em. Charming. Placid disposition. LIKES-Dancing. Riding. Fun. DISLIKES-Cranky people. ACTIVITIES-Three years at Frankford High. Dramatic club. Ambitious to take business course. ESTHER MAE MILLER Commercial Es. Fun to know. Cheerful. Helpful. LIKES-Football. Baseball. Music. DISLIKES-Spiders. ACTIVITIES4tudent Council, three years. Honor Roll. fibingtonian. Glee, Girls' Hi-Y, Dramatic clubs. Senior pay. ROY MITSCH General Roy. Quiet. Reserved. LIKES-Hunting. Trapping. Riding. ACTIVITIES-Nature, Auto, Rifle clubs THOMAS WESLEY MONTGOMERY General Monty. Original. Nice chap. LIKES--Roller slmting. DISLIKES-Alarm clocks. ACTIVITIES-Soccer varsity. Rifle, Nature clubs. Presi- dent, Camp Cooking club. THOMAS LAWRENCE MOORE, Jr. General Tom. Self-reliant. Versatile. LIKES-Girls. Rootbeer. DISLIKES-Homework. ACTIVITIES-Student Council. Honor Roll. F. E. Abirxgtonian editor. Current Events, Dramatic clubs. Swimming. A. A. Minstrel. Senior play EVELYN ANNETTE MULLEN Commercial Evie. Cheerful. Charming. LIKES-Mints. Dancing. Skating. DISLIKES-Turnips. Math. ACTIVITIES-Etiquette, Style, Travel, Caravan clubs. RUTH EVELYN MYERS Commercial Rem. Tall brunette. Crisp diction. LIKES-Cats. Midnight snacks. DISLIKES-Gossips. ACTIVITIES-Reading, Glee clubs. Would-be private secre- tary. DORIS ADA NAYLOR Commercial Dot. Pensive. Willing. LIKES-Vanilla ice cream. DISLIKES-Dishwashing. ACT IVIT IES-Etiquette, Commercial, Glee clubs. A Cap- pella choir. Ambitious stenographer. 32 M arch 13-Mermaids annex first ROBERT LEE NEESON General Bob. Gleeful. Considerate. Obliging. LIKES-Food. Girls. DISLIKES-English ACTIVITIES-Nature, Printing clubs, Desires to be an accountant. JUNE ELINOR NELSON Commercial Junie. Happy-go-lucky. Cheerful. LIKES-Spanish. Hawaiian Guitars. DISLIKES-House work. ACTIVITIES--Dramatic, Style clubs. Auditorium pro- grams. Philosopher. PAUL DAVID NORTH Classical Beef. Voluble. Intelligent. Busy. LIKES-Eating. Vacations. DISLIKES-Drugstore cow- boys ACTIVITIES-Student Council. Honor Roll. Cheerleader, freshman year. Assistant football and stockroom man- ager. A. A. Minstrel. Senior play. JOHN BALDERSTON O'HARA Engineering Shorty. Forcible. Independent. Assertive. LIKES-Neckties. Sleep. DISLIKES-Agreeing with any- body. ACTIVITIES-Baseball varsity. Basketball. Alzingtanian. YEARBOOK. Latin, Dramatic, Railroad, Etiquette clubs. Treasurer, Student Council. A. A. Minstrel. Senior play. ANNE ELIZABETH OSTRANDER Classical Ossie. Efficient. industrious. Musical. LIKES-History. Tennis. Baseball. DISLIKES-Raisins. Sissies. ACTIVITIES-Honor Roll. Band. Orchestra. Latin, Dra- matic clubs. Latin Honor Society Award, two years. A. A. Minstrel. Glee club. MURIEL ANNA OUGHTON General Muriel. Captivating. Whimsical. Popular, LIKES-Dancing. Playing piano. DISLIKES--Asparagus. ACTIVITIES-Student Council. Mikado. Spelling Bee. A Cappella choir. Etiquette, Dramatic clubs. HAROLD JOSEPH PANNEPACKER General Penny. Facetious. Lanlcy. Teacher's pet. LIKES-Ping-pong. Chicken salad. DISLIKES-Fish bones. ACTIVITIES-From North Catholic High. Latin, Air- plane, Etiquette clubs. F. E. Senior play. WILLIAM PARK, Jr. Engineering Bill. Quiet. Ambitious. Amiable. LIKES-Movies. Sports. DISLIKES-Talkative girls. ACTIVITIES-Letters, medals in cross-country, track. Campus, Airplane, Auto clubs. Budding electrical engineer. DONALD PARKER Scientific Ace. Lackadaisical. Amiable. Cheerful grin. LIKES-Sports. Jazz. DISLIKES-Jitterbugs. ACTIVITIES-Varsity tennis, two years. DAHLIA JEAN PAUBIONSKY Classical Dahlia. Vegetarian. Exceedingly helpful. LIKES-To help others. DISLIKES-Meat. Poor sports. ACTIVITIES-President, Style club. ORACLE. Hockey mono- gram. Panel discussions. Dramatic club. 33 March 31, April 1-'Spring Dance' makes hit as senior play ix' 4- -3, , 'L- ' n l E. N 1 l I f 5 ati! Q Y TONY JOHN PELLERITI General Champ. Clever. Diverting. LIKES-Sports. DISLIKES-Cookie pushers. Jitterbugs. ACTIVITIES-Football. Track, two-year letterman. Cross- country. Wrestling. Nature club. RUTH NAOMI PENDLETON General Na. Good-natured. Thoughtful. LIKES-Swimming. Knitting. Dancing. DISLIKES - Question marks. ACTIVITIES-Track. Art club. Hostess, Etiquette clubs. MICHAEL ANTHONY PEN ECALE Scientific Mike. Spunky. Winrnng grin. Energetic. LIKES-Milkshakes. Chocolate-coated peanuts. Ping-pong. ACTIVITIES-All-suburban basketball. All-scholastic foot- ball. Athletic representative, senior class. Etiquette, Camera clubs. Varsity football, basketball, baseball, three years. NICHOLAS PATRICK PENECALE General Nick. Modest. Ambitious. LIKES-Music. Sports. P.O.D. DISLIKES-Making speeches. ACTIVITIES-Student Council. Varsity golf, baseball, basketball. J. F. E. 1938 championship golf team. Nature, Etiquette clubs. ANNE JOSEPHINE PERRY Commercial Anne. Agreeable. Intelligent. Sincere. LIKES-Dancing. Chocolate cherries. DISLIKES-Conceited People. ACTIVITIES-Glee club. Class hockey. Etiquette club, four years. Excels in law and bookkeeping. HELAINE PHELPS General Peggi. Socially inclined. Temperamental. LIKES-Drummers. Dancing. Sleep. DISLIKES-Cabbage. Kangaroos. ACT IVITIES-President, Etiquette club. A Cappella choir. Mikado. Student Council. Senior Play. JOACHIM T. PURPURA Scientifc Dick. Silent but friendly. , LIKES-Basketball. Violin. Photography. ACTIVITIES-Hillbilly band. Bass horn,band, orchestra. Track, baseball. Scientific, Etiquette clubs. VIRGINIA MAE PYLE General Ginnie. Impetuous. Talkative. LIKES-Reading. Eating. DISLIKES-Rain. Bananas. ACTIVITIES-J. F. E. Latin, Dramatic, Etiquette clubs. Glee club. Assembly pianist. Future journalist. RALPH EDMOND RAMBO General Flash. Humorous. Loquacious. LIKES-Blue-eyecl girls. DISLIKES-Cookie pushers. jitter- bugs. ACTIVITIES-Football. Cross-country. Captain, varsity track team. Received medals in track. DALE HENRY RAUCI-I Engineering Rauchie. Reserved. Always reliable. LIKES-Mathematics. Science. DISLIKES-Spinach. Girls. ACTIVITIES-Student Council. Honor Roll. J. F. E. Vice- president, Nature, Camp Cooking clubs 34 May 12-Projects handed in show MARGARET LOUISE REDDING Scientific Peg. Efficient. Ambitious. Dreamy eyes. LIKES-Travel. Horses. Ice-skating. DISLIKES-Oysters. Spiders. ACTIVITIES-Latin, Dramatic clubs. F. El. Vice- president, Etiquette club. Future technician. DOROTHY BERYLDINE REED Commercial Dot. Responsible. Cheerful. Tranquil. LIKES-Skating. Swing. DISLIKES-Pickles ACTIVITIES-Student Council. Honor Roll. Etiquette, Commercial clubs. PAUL HOWELL REEVES General Paul. Unruflied. Expert gymnast. LIKES-Roller skating. Swimming. DISLIKES-Jam sessions. ACTIVITIES-Clarinetist in hand and orchestra, four years. Band letter. Collects wood. WARREN F. REEVES General Warren. Conservative. Ohliging. Artistic. LIKES-Loud socks, ties. DISLIKES-Artificial girls. ACTIVITIES-Clarinetist in band and orchestra, four years. A future commercial artist. BERNICE ALICE RESTALL Commercial Dutch. Quiet. Easy going. LIKES-Sports, Saving cards. DISLIKES-Homework. ACTIVITIES-Etiquette, Style cluhs. Would-he private secretary. ROSE JULIA RUBEL General Rose. Carefree. jovial. LIKES-Fish. Driving. DISLIKES-Spiders. ACTIVITIES-Attended Brookline High, Massachusetts, until senior year. JAMES STREET RUTTLE Scientific Jim. Jolly. Somnolent. Clever. LIKES-Sailing. Girls. DISLIKES-Dry hooks. Square root. ACTIVITIES-Philatelist. Experiments with chemicals and electricity. WILLIAM HURST SANDEL General Bill. Earnest. Reticent. Hard workiri. LIKES-Baseball, Automobiles. DISLIKES-Some people. ACTIVITIES-Honor Roll. Student Council. Collects stamps and coins. Ambition-eHicient accountant. WILLIAM FERRIER SASSAMAN Commercial Bill. Happy-go-lucky. Quiet worker. LIKES-School. Sports. Movies. DISLIKES-Plays. Concerts. ACTIVITIES-Homerooxn chaplain. Track, Nature, Camp Cooking, Railroad, Auto, Rifle clubs. Announcement stenographer. WERNER SCHENKEL Comngercial Werner. Unassuming. Companionable. LIKES-Good music. Sports. Track enthusiast. ACTIVITIES-Rifle, Nature cluhs. Makes model airplanes. Future airplane mechanic. 35 'variety and skill .,... -V WQEEE K W May 26-Seniors swing and sway at their farewell dance - KATHERINE EMILY SCHMUTZLER General Trinlcile. Placid. Responsible. Willing. LIKES-Operas. Concert music. Traveling. DISLIKES- Languages. ACTIVITIES-Honor Roll. Student Council. ORACLE. Presi- dent, freshman Latin club. Girls' Hi-Y. Caravan, Eti- X quette clubs. KENNETH FREDERICK SCI-IUENEMANN General Pills. Rug-cutter. Deliberate. LIKES-Dancing. Basketball. DISLIKES-Studying. ACT IVITIES-President, Rifle club. Varsity basketball, track. p PASQUALENA SCIANDRO Commercial Pat. Congenial. Animated. Voluble. LIKES-Dancing. Reading. Movies. DISLIKES-Cold weather. ACTIVITIES-Commercial enthusiast. Promising secretary. Abingtonian typist. RUTH IDA SCOTT Classical Scottie. Efncient. Trustworthy. Painstaking. LIKES-Dancing. Current events. Cooking. DISLIKES- I tel- ' . ' Snakes. X "E-it S ACTIVITIES-Honor Roll. Student Council. Civic Atti- tude award. ORACLE. Broadcast. Girls' Hi-Y. Current iw .. deg. 1' Events, Dramatic, Latin clubs. Senior play. YEARBOOK. JOHN CRAIG SHIELDS Scientific Craig. Unassuming. Conservative. LIKES-Football. Books. Huckleberry pie. Fishing. ACTIVITIES-A Cappella choir. Etiquette club, three years. I-iolds secret ambition. DOROTHY ALISON SHOE General Shoey. Ambitious. Dignified. Pleasant. LIKES-Horses. Tennis. Plays. DISLIKES-Oysters. Hitler. ACTIVITIES-Class office. Operettas. Broadcasts. Glee club accompanist. A Cappella choir. Elizabethan Singers. FLORENCE EMILY SIEGMAN General Flossie. Tranquil. Willing. LIKES-Playing piano. Sewing. DISLIKES-Disagreeable l peop e. . F ACTIVITIES-Stamp, Style, Etiquette clubs. Collects ' stamps, autographs, pictures. Future stylist. hx ROBERT FRANKLIN SIPPEL Engineering Bob. Tall. Thoughtful. Original. LIKES-Walking in the rain. DISLIKES--Jazz. Himself. ' ACTIVITIES-Student Council. Current Events, Chess clubs. JOHN ALBERT SMITH Scientific Buster. Modest. Reticent. LIKES-Swimming. Photography. DISLIKES-Dancing. ACTIVITIES-Swimming. A. A. Minstrel. Nature. Camera. Etiquette clubs. A future engineer. st 1 w 7 Marsie. Quiet but witty. MARIE STERRETT Classical LIKES-Music. Dancing. Pretty clothes. DlSLIKES-Home- work. 'ir' ACTIVITIES-Auditorium program. 'I-Iomeroom chaplain. Etiquette, Stamp, Modern Dance. Caravan. Latin clubs. 36 May 29, 31, June 1, 2-Students Worry as exams tiest ability FRED NEWTON STITELER, JR. Engineering Bud. Laclcadaisical. Good-natured. LIKES-Flying. Music. DISLIKES-Homework. German. ACTIVITIES-President, Stamp club. Orchestra. Band. Col- lects stamps. ALVARETTA LENORE STOKES Commercial Pinky. Red-haired. Trustworthy. LIKES-Swimming. Ice-skating. DISLIKES-Liver. ACT IVITES-Etiquette, Dramatic, Commercial, Caravan clubs. A Cappella choir. ALMA MARIE STOMBOUGH General Susan. Reticent. Compliant. LIKES-Opera. Hot dogs. DISLIKES-Snobs. Teacherls pets. ACTIVITIES-Broadcasts. Auditorium programs. A Cap- pella choir. Glee club. Style club. A future missionary. CHARLES F. STRAUB, JR. General St:aubie. Deliberate. Candid. LIKES-Printing. AC IQIVITIES-Secretary, Campus club. Vice-president, Print- ing club. MARGARET LUCIE OLIVER STYER General Peggy. Aspiring. Eloquent. LIKES-Happy people. French. ACTIVITIES-Broadcasts. A. A. Minstrel. Glee club. Dra- matic club. A Capppella choir. Future foreign diplomat. ELIZABETH MARYLYNN SULLINGER General Betty. Facetious. Cheerful. Blonde. LIKES-Summer vacations. Orchestras. DISLIKES-Damp weather R'fl ACTIVITIES-Etiquette club, three years. Pep Corps. 1 e club. Baseball. MARY FRANCES SULLINGER Classical Fran. Energetic. Persistent. LIKES-Good music. Dancing. DISLIKES-I-lomeworlc. Oral themes. h k ACTIVITIES-Caravan club. Honor Roll. Class oc ey. Basketball. Track. CAROL SWARTLEY Classical Carol. Hard-Working. Trustworthy. LIKES-Wild flowers. Ice cream. DISLIKES-Mice. . D t. ACTIVITIES-Honor Roll. J. F. E. Debating. rama ic club. President, French club. Editor, ORACLE. YEARBooK. Glee club. A Cappella choir. Operettas. President, Girls' Hi-Y. Second consul, Latin club. Senior play. FRANCES MALINDA TALIFERRO General Franlcy. Loyal. Appreciative. LIKES-Driving. Dancing. Playing the piano ACTIVITIES-Freshman hockey. Art, Care-for-the-Sick, Style clubs. A would-be stenographer. BEATRICE GERTRUDE THOMAS General Bea. Blithe. Voluble. LI ES-D cin . Eating. DISLIKES-Themes. Equations. K an i g ACTIVITIES-Hails from Collegeville High. Broadcasts and auditorium programs. Dramatic club. 37 W. " L 'x . N 2' of ' I mi! C get ,, - 2-4 5 N ki H 1 J 'iw' , je Qi. . ki if ' FB . C .iii zX" .,'f Y er ': ,. ,. ..,.t .. June 4-Class attends Senior Vespers at Carmel Church I l ' il l i .K ai-is i ee, li., in .Vg .,.- A ,I R rrr RUTH THOMAS General Dolly. Quiet. Willing. LIKES-Reading. Sewing. DISLIKES-Unpleasant people ACTIVITIES-Violinist in orchestra, four years. Art, Read' ing, Stamp, Etiquette clubs. ELEANOR MARY TIERNEY General Eleanor. Unrufliled. Deliberate. LIKES-Singing. Dancing. DISLIKES-Solitude. ACTIVITIES-A Cappella Choir. Style club. A former student at St. Agnes High, West Chester. VJ ALTER SCOTT TOMKIN SON Engineering Walt. Modest. Trustworthy. Diligent. LIKES-Mathematics. Scouting. DISLIKES-Written com- positions. Poetry. ACTIVITIES-Consistent honor student. Varsity tennis. Abingtonian. Student Council. Soccer. Etiquette, Bird. Local History, Stamp clubs. MARY ELIZABETH TRIOL Ge neral Betty. Capricious. Industrious. LIKES-Reporting. Horse pins. Radio. Art. ACTIVITIES-J. F. E. ORACLE. Latin, Art, Current Events clubs. Glee Club. A Cappella Choir. Student Council. Honor Roll. Cultural Olympics. DOROTHY EVELYN TYSON General Ty. Cheerful. Loquacious. LIKES-Philosophy. Traveling. DISLIKES-Turnips. High heels. ACTIVITIES-A. A. Minstrel. Girls' Glee club. Secretary- treasurer, Style club. Broadcasts. J. F. E. LORAINE BETTY WAELTZ Commercial Little Bit. Calm. A loyal friend. LIKES-Sports. Dancing. DISLIKES-Arguments. ACTIVITIES--Dramatic, Etiquette, Style clubs. Ambitious to be a secretary. BETTY MARY WALL Commercial Betty. Persevering. Efhcient. Dignified. LIKES-Horses. England. DISLIKES-Turnips. Oysters. ACTIVITIES-Archery, four years. Abingtonian typist. Glee club. A Cappella choir. Elizabethan Singers. DAVID MOORE WATSON General Dave. Carefree. Amiable. Unassuming. LIKES-Riding. Dancing. DISLIKES-Whislcers. Women. ACTIVITIES-President, Etiquette, Printing clubs. Varsity football, four years. JAMES KNERR WEIL Engineering Jim. Mach shark. Dreamy-looking. LIKES-Plants. Animals. DISLIKES-Asparagus. ACTIVITIES-Student Council. Chess, Nature, Boys' Eti- quette clubs. Can solve any math problem produced. ARCHIE STEWART WELSH Geflffdl Arch. Mechanical minded. Musing. LIKES-Shopwork. Hunting. Motorcycles. DISLIKES- Onion breath. ACTIVITIES-Airplane, Radio, Auto clubs. Wrestler. Am- bition-to became 2 Diesel Engineer. 38 June 6--Seniors display talents in Class Night show JOAN WERNER General Joe. Voluble. jovial. LIKES-Swimming. DISLIKES-Mispronunciation of he: name. ACTIVITIES-I-Iails from Peabody High, Pittsburgh. C - avan club. A Cappella choir. Future kindergarten teacher. JANET McKEE WESSELS Secretarial . X . . ' N' ar X I ga 'T 'I 1 li E LL l , I l .. Mickey. Animated. Whimsical. Decided opinions. LIKES-Swimming, Tennis. Dancing. DISLIKES-Oral themes. ACTIVITIES-Class hockey, basketball. Program chairman, Etiquette club. Travel, Rifle, Dramatic clubs. ANNA GLORIA WHITE Commercial Whitey. Inclustrious. Gay. LIKES-Sports. Dancing. DISLIKES-Liver. Bookkeeping. ACTIVITIES-Etiquette, Style clubs. Commercial club. Bud- ding stenographer. MARION SHIRLEY WHITTOCK Commercial Snookie. Blithe. Natural. Attractive. LIKES-Tennis. Dancing. Swimming. DISLIKES-Oral themes. ACTIVITIES-Student Council. Etiquette, Rifle, Commercial clubs. A future court secretary. YEARBOOK typist. CLAIRE AMELIA WILLIAMS General Mimi. Very blonde. Friendly. Cheerful. LIKES-Bookkeeping. Sweaters. DISLIKES-Freckles. Con- ceited people. ACTIVITIES-Student Council, freshman year. Glee club. Etiquette, Reading, Rifle, Commercial. Dramatic clubs. DONALD LLOYD WILLIAMS Engineering Squirrel. Mischievous. Argumentative. Keen. LIKES-Science. Lathe work. DISLIKES-Homework. ACTIVITIES-Radio, Science, Auto clubs. Ambitious to be a mechanical engineer. LOLA SEIPT WOLFE Classical Dopey. Whimsical. Fluent talker. LIKES-Football. Music. DISLIKES-Snakes. Hypocrites. ACTIVITIES-Student Council, three years. Hockey, bas- ketball. Abingtonian. Librarian, Dramatic club. Girls' Hi-Y. BARBARA WOLL General Bobbie. Blithe. Reliable. LIKES-Sports. Eating. Dancing. DISLIKES-Oysters. ACTIVITIES-Varsity swimming. Tennis. Hockey. Glee club. Etiquette, Reading, Camp Counselor clubs. Girls' Hi-Y. JOSEPHINE DOERR WOLTMAN General Jo. Impulsive. Willing. Cooperative. LIKES-Mushrooms. Dates. DISLIKES-Flat tires. ACTIVITIES-Basketball manager. Broadcasts. Abington- ian. F. E. Etiquette, Dramatic clubs. DORIS EDNA WRIGLEY General Dorrie. Gleeful Well-poised. LIKES-Sports. Music. DISLIKES-Excess use of slang. ACTIVITIES-Commercial, Rifle, Dramatic clubs. YEAR- aoox staff. 39 .. .a' , Wir. sa . .Eff-1 - E 1. 16 lllll - I ' -' l i., 4 I h ,. t L Q Y- 5g?5:,,,. f B? , .sr 5- s Q" All 2 iz.:--3 l A ",: . .-.. J 1 - w l ......,,. ' .. 4 'K-. l -x tr, ,or ol sqm: l i t . " .4 June 9-Sad-eyed graduates leave the portals of A. H. S. . JOHN ROBERT YOUNG, JR. General Youngie. Loquacious. Never sits still. LIKES-Girls. DISLIKES--Conceitecl girls. ACTIVITIES-Broadcast. Science, Airplane, Camp Cook- - ing clubs. Ambition-to join the navy. WILLIAM LOUIS YOUNG, JR. Bill. Unclisturbecl. Cheerful. LIKES-Woodwork. Drawing. Eating. 'DISLIKES-Girls. Homework. ACTIVITIES-Student Council. Letterman, Cross-country, track. Minstrel show. Airplane, Auto, Rifle, Camp Cooking clubs. W URSULA EDITH ZABEL General Urs. Talkative. Amusing. LIKES-Drawing. Eating. ACTIVITIES-A Cappella choir. Reading, Caravan clubs. YEARBOOK staff, Ambition-commercial artist. FREDERICK ROBERT ZIMMERMAN Engineering Dutchman. Slow but sure. Jocular. LIKES-Chocolate. Music. DISLIKES-Oatmeal. ACTIVITIES-Played alto horn in band, violin in orch- Sstra. MARJORIE IROLENE ZINT Classical Marge. Unassuming. Amusing. A thinker. LIKES-Photography. DISLIKES-Discourteous drivers. Blue Monday. ACT IVITIES-Band, three years. Library, four years. Sec- retary, Camera club. Girls' Hi-Y. A. A. Minstrel. Zin emuriam Eglin ilffeixurr--Blauxnarg 14. 1537 Zlrning Zinnmlrg--Zlmumrg 3 1. 1 5137 lane Zliettrr--imlzxrrly 1 1, 1537 40 0 OLL Gil jroudcasl The green light- We wait as in a fright, One minute seems a year As we stand silent here. With hushed expectation 0726172 61' goolhall game The sun is shining, The air cold and clear Hark! in the distance- Oh! what do we hear? The lJand's approaching, In Maroon and White, We broadcast to the Nation. Inspiring M all The red light hlinlis on. To ,1 good Clean fight. We lmrst into song- As the team comes out, With readings from the text We all swell with Pride! And flag salute next. We rise with 4 Mohd- Students agog Hooray fer our nddhn. ' Ahzngton's spirit In flrfif flrfoffff 4 frog, So dauntless and true, Give performances grand Tho, you canit touch it, For all the land. Senior Qnlay The senior play I "made,' today. Learning my lines- What a time!! Our coach P. T. Had his tea. Mrs. Wyatt, serene- Thru every scene. "Save me the neck!!" -Fun, hy heck!! Dames conspired, Sam was mired Lippincott, glum, Affords some fun. Sally vivacious, Became audacious. Fran and Hat- Carft forget that!! Alex the star 'Way ahove par. By "Spring Dancev All were entranced. .ELIJZCIZV 00177, The lunchroom-what visions Those words do suggest! And what combinations We eat with such zest! Sandwiches, my dear, Thick, thin, round and square, And ice cream, I fear, First on the bill of fare. When birthdays came round, The gang always met. There feasts could he found We'll never forget!!! , - Study Stall Here in study Hall I sit. Doing homework? Well, a little hit!! Teacher, teacher, looka here, You know I gotta go an, see'er Of course, it wouldn't he for fun!!! Now that really isnlt done!! Well, if you won't loorka here, I guess I just won't go to see'er. Did I do homework? Not a hit!! M Does something to you!! enlor Qance Phone trilled Girl thrilled. Dance date Thru fate. Dress green, Swell sheen. Corsage white, Her delight. Lady small, Escort tall. Orchestra keen, Gorgeous scene. Chaperones loom Cross room. Eats galore. Want more? Music stops, Also hops. We stop I-Iot Shoppe. Memory dear- Senior year!! ,IANICE C1-IUPP if SENIOR B GIRLS SENIOR B BOYS 43 ' , QQ -, -.134 ,H 54 Q r . , V 1- i-ti,-.Nil .. UNIOR A GIRLS JUNIOR B GIRLS UNIOR A Boys JUNIOR B Boys 44 Som-xomoas A GIRLS Som-IOMORE B GIRLS SOP:-IOMORE A BOYS SOP!-IOMORE B Boys 45 THEY ALL HELP MAKE THE WHEELS GO 'ROUND Voice of Montgomery County A perfect secretary Number, please? In the School Board office Mr. Turner, guardian of the Annex jim Com1y's domain Keepsus well fed, Miss Brogan and Mrs. Farnum "How's your l1eart"? asks Dr. Lever Doc Beale massages a Charley-lvorse 46 ww, , H.,-V.. .V ,..-,..-,, 1.5:- was 141,31 HlN'N -V:-1. Q-uraamp 4 N. ng qwwfg .W ' 'SFX'-g97L" Ss? ,,::5"f,j?' 5 an vn.PAv.w.em- ' w '??a H in 'xx .5515 ,X gg 'mg an Q 'Ref 5. 45? nf' mi D -Q I Uh 5 v 2 C 2 . .. Q-1. V V1 ' .L A- 5: K ,V ' gg :QE:,45'v, 5-. wfff -'Q'fr'l2ff f. 'Qfm ,f , W m w 'asf ,gl ' ' -f- f-, Q-N .mfr f ,- L " kQflz1'I" A' '- -W ei f 5. 3 ' mf ' M' 3 .A . V Q M f 1 4 .,, , 1 . - . 'i1..1'.v U S'-'51 ". VI I-I 1.,g,v,..l--. ' VI W ' MU ff. Z.,- ?'.'f ' ' ,111 5.3 3 ,.. ' W, rkwlj if Mf' -7 ,f 15: f-.,.,, -. iffawwusau,-f L , ,,.. n v, E " 'lung Y if "M , ,MMWWWM ! Woodwork in the making Putting it in black and white Food-the way to a man? Creative department heart A stitch in time! Architects-to-be 49 --v--7 '77 - - 'NX Wx gui? rx H, M - be 'ff -- , - Q4 BQ Ex 'fx - hr! , Y .4375 r" 5 --"Gwyn: V fi my W 'A E X-"Nr Ili L -5. 'ij ip J ww" '- 971. -In . "2'f'- fi .A A fair, 1 igglllffiif. is V ' gp 1 i I 'M f rf' LUNCH HOUR Bread line Pay here, please! Lunch time confah Gossip plus Campus cliques "He hath a lean and hungry look Twenty cents. Right! They live to eat 54 N 4 AFTER THE REST WENT HOME Teacher kept them in just doing time The student coach tears her hair Their bus didn? come Between seasons Practice with pleasure 56 HOBBIES TAKE TIME, TOO The Reading Club entertains Wf7at': new in the News? F raulein Renninger Wfvat makes the engine run? Hold that pose! Skirts get shorter every year 57 THE NEW SHOPS RISE 1 . ,.A,,- , t-2,.,'1 '1" ?55g1l H: U. F, ,.. -..a,Qg,.1c, S E 'F ffl'-.5Y"'f"s we - 1- ii-A ,jill "33,!:g' :Eff J' xl. Y J Sabi?-Q S E . S P1352 '. f 1 CAMPUS SHOTS just Trackin, Double trouble Spring is in the air 58 I l Q HERE AND THERE V Hi-Y girls straighten up Final inspection VV e 'visit the bank Ready! Aim! Fire! Christmas Spirit Salute the colors! juniors "strut their stuyfv Hockey captain, Carolyn Fritz '59 The Big Game TURKEY DAY TUSSLE Color Guards, Attention! Between halves Forward march!! They made us bowl Buck plunges through ':Put the ball across that line, Touchdown, Abington! Mitclr in the open 60 Aw 1-' -A ' -f r - ,Miz is -Hvasf"ffwx.,,T,uN' ' - f. F' w. - 45.1 . W , .-,. if . F If .M J .. -1 f3j.w3 .2 ' I TPL' 5' . ' wmv 'W VL. I. f' . 1.5121-.-'rx ' -'Il Lug, Z :-'far :.,v. ' -,fc . Z.-193 , .asf-,i ' 1 Q55 5 .r:,1'-fi,-ii,:55! - .1 M11 ,141 K1 -Q13 5 I , wi ' . , as if X 4 H33 is 1- 4 . V' 4 x ,, , , I 9 V' ,533 f 1 AT' X 1 ' '1- 291 9. , . , K .""'3!f: 1 I '-7 :54, 1: MSW 5 -' .A ,ff x , I -L. i V'- X 2 K , 1 1: 2 A 1' 2 1 V3w,1. 'Ffa V SEM' e ' -'liar -- + a we - Y 'U x 1 .A , K! Lk 5 1 -If ' E IS P . x,7,:--:P - . .,?:..I U I ' my ' :Eh 5' a . 1 . we 1 ri - -. X , . . - 'A .. .Q-:' f , M. ---- - -5 ,..,- .1 fr 4 m.,,m. ' ' ' P 2.1. ." V 41, Eff: .U I3 2 E rm, , .n '4 f 1 Jil' id A .3 .. Z, i x 4 . H ,A JF x f ua f 'TAP '- 'bf' Ha' ' is . MQX :, ia If H1411 A F E 4 ' f ai 4 g 9 f' v .JV N 1 , wif:-w'ff1SSz51 4 ' - " 4 . . , ,f Y A V, E. X0 ' 9 .,, ,.h'5" p'?, 5155 ' . . , 1939 Yearbook Staff Editor-in-Chief RUTH L. KLOSTERMAN January Assistant NICHOLAS VozzY EDITORIAL STAFF Art Staff Ursula Zabel Marie Glazier Virginia McDowell Ray Anderson June Class Janice Chupp Roland Dewees January Class Dorothy Cook Ellwood I-Iurford Dorothy Day Fred Venables Marie Garrett David Scott Bettee Kreider Business Betty Wall, Advertising June Assistant CAROL SWARTLEY Fred Erbele Mary Hamlin Jane Hand Margaret Kosemple Douglas Linrs Jane MacFarland John Oil-Iara Ruth I. Scott Doris Wrigley Margaret Kosemple, Subscriptions Typists Anna Mae Stadon Claire Morrison Myrtle Gammon Miriam Keller Shirley Whittock The entire June commercial class solicited advertisements and subscriptions for the YEARBOOK. E. B. GERNERT--, ....,...... - .....,...... Principal DoRo'r1-ly CATHELL.,-.. .............. - ...... Sponsor KAT1-IRYN P. WALKER ......... --Jlrt Adviser The stag acknowledges with thanlcs the valuable help given by Miss Lilian Reichard in taking a number of pictures for this YEARBOOK. 62 4. 3, 74 Q v .. rx L -J 'vi'-S435 V "" . i . ' 91 ' ,, 137'-3 --1 iii- li-f .5 T I K I ' N1 5 ,X gk- 'I' Q Q I 1 'V 1 . ' T ' XQIRLS HW N. Simi ' ,..- V W g -V ,.ii9":x1f'-H i.iu-'4""'- Ln. ' s x Q . ,H v... .Z fl-if-55, ' . . i ' B fel rw, . 233438335 Q ' V .....- x 5: I 1 tx! 1, sf' ' . ' 1 lnvex 1 'IAM f . sw -,,,W- A , ,f Ag- A 4 7'i,Lg 554-'Im mgxdml S: :Sm 'F . A, 3, 19 331318 It 'W . L .B L33 ' 'r if islgyt A V 1, FX , V. ,L-f ...-f. " 4 A sv, Q 3. f 1V N xv ?' ix, ,, - 1 '6'gg.I.fML 'Q 1. nf' ii, -.,i JUNIOR FOURTH ESTATE Under the direction of Miss Ger- trude L. Turner, all Abington high school news of any note is gathered, written, and sent to local and city newspapers by the Junior Fourth Estate, whose members work quietly and eHiciently every day to give their school favorable publicity. TI-IE ORACLE Issued twice a year by the stu- dents of the high school, the ORACLE is a magazine to which everyone has the opportunity of contributing. It reveals the literary and artistic abilities of Abington students in the form of essays, short stories, poetry, car- toons, and illustrations. TI-IE ABINGTONIAN THE ABINGTONIAN, publish- ed three times a month by the stu- dents of the high school, reveals the life of the school through news, sports, features, editorials, student opinion polls, cartoons, and news about other schools. W I gavl Asp l R -,"lf ' nl It , V 4 lgll V ' A ' L hp. ,,.gV,35.f Q. I 'N u- G. VOCAL MUSIC Ola, come, all ye faitlafull' Elizabetlmn Singers A Cappella choir sings "Noel' 65 5 1 i 1 I I i "f' JUNE SENIORS PRESENT "SPRING DANCE" Listening in They furnished the romanre. The whole cast listens in "Save me the neclzfv Tlre Lippincott shoots one Midniglvt confession 67. "We fix flats." Q e o ' f , Mg, . YF, all INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC Parading before Lower Merion Cheltenham, here we come! Did someone say wind instrument? Band, attention! The Orchestra Front face! 68 .L:q.f-,V I, . ,. g- ,-W: UW., A -gag 1 'L -' fffiiiz -my :wi- ,V ,fi Q35 K H '01 3? ' ' , 9 'U 1 X 5 X X , X fa 'K ' 1 Th ' 'f u-Y Q A ' 3' 1, ,, ' N 'Q ' 3, K " 4. ,':f.- l j., v " M. ,x 1' . 1 XML: , H Vx I A, L 'NW ef L fs . 1 , I I x V, ' fa Q 4 u , Q ka 1 5, xl f A c '15 A 0 -xv U' 4 V 32 ' , . YW - . ..1 ,,5 I, , '92,-' U ' 'K ' W , - rs Q- ,gf .I ri: ., F:-' jf z ' 521,55 3, -- : '53 . , M 1 '- .f . ,', we, .. 3 5. ' 1 1 - ' . 1 2. ',-A 2,1 A' '- ' jr V 5 - fi Q Hs '- fx.-af-f ,V - ,, - 'Q '-1 ' . 1 - A '- 1 . ' 'f-tw, . 3'1" ': ,' -:'i- ' -r - 14 I' K 1 -1.3, 1 riff . -' " we-' - ' . - 6" ,: .14 . ' 5 M . '- Jr: rm ' ' ' nw- .,.. 4 ' N fzlzzffrv - ' A -, .,. ,' Q, "- - ' fn Sv "-'fn T.. ' 1 , . ' -7- f . . - ,L-J., Na gy Q.. x 1 ' .g. 9 '1 M. .Ia Q K 'Q . r ,,. Qc. 5 . A- ., A 1 v fi' X W ma f 1 f 15 X 1 X L, f - F - prim, .: , 'iz-ff 1' ' '1 T . r .1 , rj., " 1. f 1 T' X 'Z '-L , 'mi L ,zllyf 1- -A 4 ' -. tj. , X- - , K 'z .,.x. JW' ' we 'Jag E ftyt ww lhffie ', ., -,4L'lE"',Q.,,,, 4 it," L., ..., , i ,Slat , ' - ' ,Lf Football Abington lciclced off to an invading Chester eleven to inaugurate the foot- ball season on October 1. The Ghosts, playing before a large home crowd with the band nattily dressed in new uni- forms, outclassed the visitors by a score of 40-12. On October 8, the school suifered a double setback at Lower Merion. Mike Penecale, all-suburban guard, suffered a fractured elbow in the opening min- I-Iail to the colors! Maroon and White! Abington High School Standing for right. We love no other So let our motto be Victory, Abington- Varsity! utes of play and was hors de combat for the rest of the season. A costly second period fumble on the Ardmore Aces' goal line and the failure to con- vert the extra point in the third quar- ter turned victory into defeat for the Ghosts by a 7-6 count. On the rebound from this disheart- ening defeat, an inspired group of boys traveled to Eddystone on October 15 and subdued a scrappy team "for 011.411 ' A . . . Letter Men HOWARD CUNNINGHAM MICHAEL PENECALE HARVEY LEIDY DAVE WATSON MITC1-I WHITTINGHAM TONY FALEO BUD HONEYSETT BILL GEIGER GEORGE KERTIS FRANCIS BICKEL GEORGE ECKEL FRANK YosT FRANK GIBIALANTE PETE DI PALANTINO JACK BoEvE HERB HORTON DAN KENNEDY DEI-IAVEN NEWTON HUGH Scorr HARRISON DARE, Manager. . . i T 70 M1ke After repulslng an early threat by the home eleven the Maroon and Whlte tall1ed three trmes then gave the subs then' chance to gam expert ence The final score was 20 O Haverford came here October 22 met the Ghosts at then' peak and re turned to the Mam L1ne on the short end of a 16 0 score The Ghosts crossed the double whlte l1ne tw1ce through the arr and scored a safety for ,good measure The Northeast game scheduled for October 28 at Abmgton was can celled because of mclement weather The followmg Saturday Conshohocken played hosts to Ablngton and were out Radnor the only team to spo1l the Maroons unblemrshed record last year vxs1ted Ab1ngton on November 11 and lost 1912 The Ghosts scored twxce before Radnor knew what tt was all about but the v1s1tors came back and made a game of 1t On a cold Thanksgrvlng morning an outfought and out sp1r1ted Abmg ton eleven gave way to a flgllflflg Chel tenham team The score 13 6 tells the sad story An early fumble agarn proved fatal, and a second half rally ended too soon It was a tlght game all the way but the Cats had enough to pull through the wrnner . ,, . , . 7 7 , - 7 a I 9 ' classed by a margin of 26-6. , . , . 3 2 ' ' ' 7 7 ' 9 ' 9 7 L 5 A f , 5. -,..2":,??1.f 71 f , - 1 Soccer Hockey Playing against more experienced and heavier elevens, the varsity soccer team, coached by P. T. Gantt, finished the 1938 campaign in fourth place in the Suburban Soccer League of seven schools. In league competition, the soccerites scored decisive wins over Berwyn once and Lansdowne twice to hnish with three league wins against seven defeats. Additional non-league frays resulted in defeats at the hands of Frankford, Hill School, George School, and the alumni. Varsity players included David Calderwood, Dennis Reilly, Ray Anderson, Al Lizzio, Tom Montgomery, Graham Fling, Karl Linke, Albert Clark, Harry Kelly, Alfred Holmes, Leonard Sautter, George Jobling, Bob Cochran, David Krueger, and Sam Drumheller, substitute. O 0 S By playing a fighting game in every encounter, even though they suffered defeats at the hands of Jenkintown, Upper Merion, and Cheltenham, Miss Gertrude E. Herzog's hockey lassies chalked up four victories and battled to two ties. Their first game was a 2-1 victory over Dloylestown. Springfield held the home team to a 1-1 tie, but Olney went down to an 11-0 defeat. In a hard fought game with Upper Moreland, neither team scored, but the girls came back by soundly defeating I-Iatboro, 3-0, and Ambler, 2-0. The six Abington try-outs for the Northeast Suburban teams all X won berths on one of the teams. Carolyn Fritz captained the sec- ond team, and Betty Brown, left inner, scored the first goal to cross Southern Jersey's end line, while Helen Weisser did excel- lent work as a substitute goalie. 752 I A Girls' Basketball Boys' Basketball Gaining momentum after a slow start, mainly due to the illness of their coach, Miss Sarah Loudon, the girls, basketball team wound up a successful season by winning five, tying one, and losing three. After defeats by Upper Merion and Norristown, the girls won four straight games, beating Springfield 37-14, Lower Merion 21-20, Conshohocken 40-19, and Olney 60-15. In their last three games the Ghostettes gained a 28-28 tie with Jenkintown, lost to Lansdale 39-26, and drubbed Upper Moreland 52-7. Led by flashy ball handler and passer, Captain -Marion Bright, the team was com- posed of tricky forwards, Doris Jenkins, Dot Potts, Joan Corson, and Jane McCahill, with Marion Bright, Kay Hunsburger, Edith Chubb, and Eleanore Nehlig at the defense posts. o o o Victory marked only the opening and closing games of the Maroon and White dribblers' 1938-'39 campaign as they bounced Randor 19-17 and, after a long relapse, came back to trample a strong Alumni quintet by a 33-27 count. The two closest games of the Ghosts' season, the contests with Cheltenham and Jenkintown, both ended with Ghosts on the short end of a 36-34 score. "Skippy" Gibbs, ace sharpshooter, ,, , led the Maroons in scoring as he l consistently racked the baskets for a season's total of 127 points. The members of Coach Erb's regular varsity were Francis Bickel, Willimn Gibb, George Kertis, John O'l-lara, Howard Cunningham, Fred Erbele, and Walter Quay. 7 3 4 Girls' Swimming Boys, Swimming The girls' swimming team came back after their single defeat of the previous season to cap- ture the suburban championship trophy once again. Miss Helen M. Clark was coach. Agnes Reim as captain continued her undefeated diving record, while Ann Hobhegger, Bobby Well, Edith Dinlocker, and Helen Earle, varsity members from last year, displayed unusual form and speed. Helen was high scorer for the season with a total of 125 points, the most ever made by any girl in the history of the school. Starting their season later than usual, the girls defeated Upper Darby 44-31 g Coatesville 41-34, Norristown 43h-31Hg Cheltenham 43-325 George School 62-31g Harverford 37W-36Mg and Lower Merion 43-31. 0 0 0 Although the boys' swimming team, coached by john F. Trainer, started out by taking their first meet, this proved to be their only win out of six contests. Abington beat West Chester by a score of 42-24 but lost to Norristown 24-42, Coatesville 24-42, Haverford 23-43, Eddystone 19-47, and Upper Darby Z8-38. Robert Dippy, 220-yard freestyle swimmer, finished the season without losing an event. He broke the record for this distance in the district meet at the University of Pennsylvania, placed third in the regional meet at Lancaster, and finished fourth in the state contest at Penn State. Harry Kelly lost only once during the season in the diving events, and placed fifth in the state meet. .. 74 Wrestling Golf r After starting out on the wrong foot, Coach Snodgrass's proteges captured third place in the Suburban Conference. The groaners dropped the first two matches to Lower Merion and the highly touted Cheltenham squad by scores of 18-21 and 11-26 respectively. Undaunted, however, by these reverses, the team scored straight triumphs over Lansdowne, Upper Merion, and Haver- ford but closed their league season with a 13-18 setback at the hands of Upper Darby. Because of their two undefeated seasons, Roy Zaclcey and Dick Crouthamel represented Abington in the State Championships at Penn State. Ctouthamel reached the semi-finals while Zachey won the runner-up position in the 125-pound class. o o o Aiming toward their third consecutive championship, Coach E. A. Brunner's golf team started off successfully on their 1939 campaign. In their opening match, they won an easy 14-1 victory over Jenkintown. The boys then traveled to Haverford but lost a close match 622-892. Following this with a 122-2 LQ 'gig win over Reading away, the clubbers determined not to lose again. 3 The veterans, Nate Delia, Nick Pene- cale, and Bill Coyle, were strongly pressed by Albert Delia, A1 Liberty, and the Penecale cousins, Austie and Sammy, in the light for the positions left open by graduation. 75 '+1..,- Baseball With the pressure definitely on, the Ghost baseballers went out to defend their Sub- urban I league crown, which they had worn for the past two years. Only four varsity men returned from last year's championship nine, and with poor weather conditions at the beginning of the season, Coach George "Pop" Erb had trouble holding enough practices to get a line on new material. George Kertis, lanky righthander, formed the nucleus ofthe pitching staff so that the success of the Maroon and White diamond squad depended largely upon him. As a back- stop for Kertis, "Mike" A. Penecale, stocky catcher, covered a diliicult job on the receiv- ing end. Stopping the drives at the "hot corner" stood Bill Cousins, known around the circuit for both his batting and fielding. The fourth letterman from last year's team was Harvey Leidy, sturdy outfielder, always a dangerous batsman. The team opened its season by defeating Lansdale 10-0 in a non-league contest. .- K. J: on .lv - l 76 Track Jgigxww., -- i Cross- Country With only four seasoned runners returning from last year and a squad of only 31, prospects for track did not appear bright. As usual, the team lacked good material for the field events. The schedule of nine meets included the Montgomery County Meet, Penn Relays, Germantown Academy, Lafayette Inter-Scholastics, Conshohocken high, Haverford high, District Meet, State Meet, Triangular Meet, and Suburban Championship. Roland C. Ritchie, formerly science teacher at Abington High but recently transferred to Glenside-Weldon, returned to coach the runners. Robert Day, head cheerleader of the school, served as manager with Walter Gourley as his assistant. o o o Coach Roland C. Ritchie, Abington cross-country mentor, brought his harriers through their fourth successful season. Olney, in the opening run, tripped the boys in a very grueling race by the heart- breaking score of 27-28, but the g A E Maroon team came back to defeat zbqfrflf' Upper Darby, Chester, Ambler, and Lansdale in quick succession. Then came the team's second defeat, when the Overbrook harriers, city champions, turned the Abington team back by an 18-43 score. To complete the season, the Ghosts competed in the Suburban Champion- ship Run at Cobb's Creek, finishing second only to the Norristown Eagles. The lettermen included: Captain William Young, William Park, Harold Morgan, Newton Hunsberger, and James Bishop. 77 Girls, Tennis Boys, Tennis The feminine raclceteers, Coached by Miss G. E. Herzog, started with a squad of seventeen although Marion Bright, the only 1938 letter winner, Mary I-Iamlin, and Marion Hallinger, were the sole varsity members from last year's team. The girls were under the management of Jean Hooper, ably assisted by Jane McCahill, Florence Pyle, and Helen Cyr. There were nine matches scheduled, with the first against Cheltenham at home. All matches and practices were held at the Baederwood courts. Among the new and promising candidates were Kathryn Hunsberger, Penny Peirce, Phyllis Oughton, Edith Chubb, Nancy Stern, Anne Ostrander, Mary Alice Wunderle, Joyce Borie, Lois Lutz, and Edith Din- loclcer. g . . Despite the loss of four of last year's team, Coach Charles C. Roberts started his cohorts on their way with high hopes of a successful season. With the team built around the veterans, Ben Alquisc and Walt Tomkinson, and with the aid of Hank McKay, Bob Sippel, Clinton Spencer, Bob Cragg, Bob Crompton, Don Farenwald, Bob Marple, and a few other racquet wielders, the boys tackled a hard schedule. The netmen opened their season i against their rivals from down the road, , Cheltenham, and then matched skill with Coatesville, Lansdowne, Norristown, Upper Darby, Radnor, Lower Merion, and Berwyn in that order. l al ,, Megaphone Masters fTopj Walter Gourley, Emily Straub, Stewart Boemer, Margaret Slayer, Robert Cragg lBotlaml William Earle, Bob Day lheacl cheer leaderl, Allan Rogers Sports Coaches E. A. BRUNNER, Golf HELEN M. CLARK, Swimming GEORGE F. ERE, Basketball, Baseball, Football Assistant P. T. GANTT, Soccer FRANK GROFE, Basketball Assistant GERTRUDE E. I-IERzoG, Hockey, Tennis SARAH L. LOUDON, Basketball ROLAND C. Rrrcx-HE, Cross-country, Track CHARLES C. ROBERTS, Tennis EDWARD R. SEL'rzER, Football and Baseball GLENN R. 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Homer and Virgil are placed on the shelf. "It's up to yourself child, it's up to yourself. Take pattern from those Who've achieved real success, Stand firm for the honor, accept nothing less. Your chosen profession-in whatever line- Holds much for your future, the same goes for mine." "Abington High! Abington High!" Atta-boy there, our limit's the sky." Dad says "Now son, pattern after that man, He got to be Governor by saying I can. Remember it takes perseverance and grit, The fellow who wins has to have lots of it. Oft' burning the candle, not hearing at all. The clock as it chimes mid-night out in the hall." "Abington High! Abington High!" Look life's big problem straight in the eye. Like Governor Hoffman who climbed to the IIOP, No telling how far up the ladder you'll stop. Put now into practice the theories you have learned, Rest not ,til the plaudits of men you have earned. Take with you and nurture the hours gone by, Your school days are over at Abington High. CHARLES C. SHEAFFER, JR. GLENSIDE, PA. B. BLUMENTHAL GLENSIDE DELICATESSEN EASTON AND WHARTON ROADS Bell, OGoN'rz 3282 GLENSIDE, PA. Phone OGOntz 3 165 Qlenside U pholstering W. Bordin, Prop. SLIP COVERS WINDOW SHADES Upholstering in all its Branches As it Should be Done WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED KESWICK BUILDING GLENSIDE, PA. L . S . N I B L O C K CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH SALES-SERVICE E A S T O N R O A D GLENSIDE, PA. Bell OGOntz 1565 TOWNE MEN'S SHOP 300 YORK ROAD JENKINTOWN JARMAN ALSO SHOES at 83.30 ,515 SHOES SPORTSWEAR ADAM HATS SLACKS ARROW SHIRTS SWEATERS Phone OGONTZ 5214 H . E . E R N S T 515 JENKINTOWN ROAD ELKINS PARK, PA. CANDY - ICE CREAM -ioOol PHILADELPHIA BUSINESS COLLEGE Philadelphia, Pa. SPECIALIZING IN SECRETARIAL COURSES ONE OF THE APPROVED SCHOOLS IN PHILADELPHIA -oOo-- Keswick Photo Shop 17 EAST WHARTON AVENUE N 'I Glenszde, Pa. Q- A KODAKS - PHOTO SUPPLIES gh .ir PHOTO 'FINISHING Q Custom Picture Framing ', G. W. GERDING, JR., Mgr. Plrone, MELROSE 4711 TERRY'S BEAUTY SALON nav? 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DENNSYLVANIA ZAMSKY STUDIOS Stttxngs Telephone PENNYPACKER Appointment 6190 8070 'There IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR EXPERIENCE The Zamsky Studlos have successfully handled Yearbook Photography for twenty years The skxlled personnel and up to date equipment necessary your assurance that you may Count on Zamsky 902 Chestnut Street CPh1ladelph1a Tale 'Record fBu1ld1ng New Haven OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS FOR SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES FROM NEW ENGLAND TO THE SOUTH by such a record is reflected in this book and is Q C 7 7 .r . I KESLER'S " Florists for the Particulaf' --0 O o-- W. Bernard Kesler 86 Brother .-eoo- 'North Hi'lls, CPa. OGONTZ 3109 A. H. B. SKEATH P H A R M A C I S T LIMEKILN PIKE AND MT. CARMEL AVENUE North Hills, Pa. Ogontz 2810 Bell Phone SAG. 8522 For Appointment GERTRUDE'S BEAUTY SHOPPE EXPERT PERMANENT WAVING Finger Wavirzg - Manicurirzg, Etc. 4101 N. FAIR!-IILL ST. PHILADELPHIA, PA. NORTH HILLS PRESS QUALITY PRINTING JIM BAILEY NORTH HILLS, PA. OGONTZ 1544 JOHN GENTH OGONTZ 2909 North Hills cpluto Repair Odicial Inspection Station Northwest Cor. Limekiln Pike and Cricket Avenue NORTH HILLS, PA. Battery Service Towing Day or Night HILLSIDE CEMETERY 0411 Estate for 'T he "Departed PHILADELPI-IlA,S LARGEST PERPETUAL CARE AND LAWN PLAN CEMETERY Susquehanna and Easton Roads ROSLYN, PA. Call OGONTZ 696 Member Montgomery County Real Estate Board FRED R. WILHELM SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE 911 LIMEKILN PIKE NORTH HILLS, PA. Phones OHIce, Ogontz 1285 Residence Ogontz 1324 OGONTZ3273 DEWEY'S MOVERS NORTH HILLS PENNSYLVANIA YouKnowMe- "AL" RCBINSON "ONT:-IE PIKE,, NORTH HILLS, PA. Phone, OGONTZ 2171 WILLIAM MILLER Contractor and cBuilder 1117 W. MT. CARMEL AVENUE Noun-I HILLS, PA. OGONTZ 3700 CHARLES F MEBUS M AM SOC C E 112 SOUTH EASTON ROAD CONSULTING ENGINEER GLENSIDE BARRIES RADIO SERVICE AVONDALE AVENUE ROSLYN 77 N YORK ROAD WILLOW GROVE Ogontz 3573 W Wzllow Grove 139 FULTON SERVICE STATION EASTON AND BRADFIELD ROAD ROSLYN PENNSYLVANIA c-Atlantic CProducts Roslyn Park Flower Shop BRADFIELD AND SUSQUEHANNA ROADS Q Ify Fl 1, If C I FI I d P1 OGONTZ 5128 d SP y Phone W G 344 C F R A N F L O R I S T Flowes or All Occasmn: 5007 S EASTON ROAD XVILLOW GROVE KUTE KIT KATTERY g I PersIan Kittens and Pomeraman PuppIes MRS HAROLD EARL NACK PHONE 571 F Bell Phone Ogontz 741 Res Ogontz 199 o h n F B 1 e r I ROSLYN MONUMENTAL WORKS Opp Hzllnde Cemetery Maxx Entrance MANUFACTURER OF CEMETERY IVIEMORIALS ROSLYN PA N O R M A N S H E N R Y NORTHERN DISTRICT REALTY CO Real Estate and Insurance OGONTZ 4937 OGGNTZ 723 I ROSLYN PA EDWARD TOWILL F L O R I S T EASTON ROAD Roslyn Ogontz 747 OGONTZ 2299 W B L AN I N G W rm A r Heat g and R00 ng ROSLYN PENNSYLVANIA A Condmonmg Rfpdll Work A Specialty GRACEY and STREEPER 29 E GLENSIDE AVE GLENSIDE Bell Phone Ogontz 402 Dep Idable Service In R 0 ng, and Heatzf d W 22 Y T S A L T MOTOR SPECIALIST E A S T O N R O A D ROSLYN PA Endlcott John Shoes For Famlly ':Palmer Electrzc Shoe qiepazr EASTON ROAD ROSLYN PA LAWRENCE DRUG STORE E A S T O N R O A D ROSLYN PA CURRIE LUMBER COMPANY EASTON ROAD AT ROSLYN STATION ROSLYN PENNSYLVANIA OGONTZ 4980 Howard R Currle Prop ROSLYN GARAGE Tydol Veedol Product Automolnle Serwce EASTON AND MILDRED AVE ROSLYN PA Plzone Ogontz 5270 , PA. P 'J uai owers Rensona le rice: : Ia owen' Pol c anis Funeral Baskets an ra s F . . K Re is ered r f ' ' R. . D. No. 1 - 1 PA' Studs at Service Willow Grove, Pa. 1 -7 . J . ' 1'n , . ' ' , .1 , . , . a i in fi J ,, Pa. -1 ,, - . . . . R . . A E R . . , PA. El ' ' o fi' I 'Ig Goo orkrnanship for Over ears ' ' , . , . I ' I I . , . . , . C-Ardsley CBurial CPark Established 1907 Terpetual Care Jenkintown and Eklge Hill Roads Qlenside, cPa. F. I-I. Roberts, Jr., Pres. Wm. S. Snycler, Supl. Bell Phones OGONTZ 1682 - OGONTZ 18-W There, "in G'od's Acre," I lay my beloved dead- there in the Good Earth that I, in calmer, happier mood, have so Well chosen. Ogontz 200 Ogontz 201 Glenside Lumber 86 Coal Co. LUMBER MILL WORK BUILDING MATERIALS COAL COKE FUEL OIL MT. CARMEL AND TYSON AVENUES GLENSIDE, PENNSYLVANIA Qlenside CPl'1arrnacy Arthur S. Levintow, Ph.G. EASTON ROAD AND MT. CARMEL AVE. GLENSIDE, PENNSYLVANIA '7Uisit Our Soda Fountain OGONTZ 1737 GLENSIDE Electric Co. wM.H,1-IOWARD 14 6. Silt. Carmel cv4ve. REPAIRS 1 INSTALLA TIONS APPLIANCES Call OGONTZ 127 o. L. KOENIG, JR. Tharmacist EASTON ROAD at GLENSIDE AVENUE Fred A. Schuenernann P H A R M A C 1 3 T 115 E. MT. CARMEL AVENUE GLENSIDE OGONTZ 116 G Is G e t1Ig Card: Toys Slat o I8 y Sheet Mu: c READ ALL THE NEWEST BOOKS GLENSIDE BOOK SHOP Open E1 enmgs 11 WESLEY AVE zelson 5 "Beauty Shop Termanent Wdvlflg Our Speczalty 12 EAST MOUNT CARMEL AVENUE OGONTZ 3152 GLENSIDE PA Open Tuesday auf Fflddy E've111ng.s' P 86 S CUT RATE STORE 6 NORTH KESWICK AVENUE GLENSIDE Lowest Prrces Patent Medxcznes Fountazn Serazce RUSSELL A ALLAN 52 SOUTH KESWICK AVENUE GLENSIDE PENNSYLVANIA Ogontz 904 Majextzc 1010 ROSE MARIE KELLEY SHOP 16 EAST GLENSIDE AVENUE GLENSIDE PA Lazhes and Clnldren: Apparel In alt: Wear Szfk Hosiery OPEN EVENINGS OGONTZ 5003 CHERRY GOWN SHOP EAST MOUNT CARMEL AVENUE GLENSIDE PENNSYLVANIA OGONTZ 486 BRODY S DEPARTMENT STORE Family Out ttcrs Since 1905 GLENSIDE PENNSYLVANIA FRIEDBERG BROTHERS CO 103 EAST GLENSIDE AVENUE WHOLESALE CANDY AND TOBACCO Ogontz 1658 O1e Day Service No Slurznkzng odor .ftretchzng Lost Buttons or Bells M A X K A R P 120 S EASTON ROAD GLENSIDE Og I 32801 Sllooneys I-9lfIovmg 6? Storage Inc 24 E MT CARMEL AVENUE MOVING azd HAULING or ALL KINDS Long Dftazce Ilflo Q a Sper ally Reference Ask lhc People ue Move dbl I IK EE E! E W' GLENSIDE JEWELER AND OPTICIAN 1 E GI d A Eaerythzng m Flowers H A R O L D R M O O R E FLORIST 220 BROOKDALE AVE Ogontz 3079 J Glennde Model Prmtmg Co Inc GLENSIDE PA A L O W R Y GLENSIDE AND KESWICK AVENUES GLENSIDE PENNSYLVANIA ul Troducls Fzrestone Tires Tubes and Acfesxorles WALTERR GARVIN PLUMBING' d HEATING MT CARMEL AND KESWICK AVE G L E N S I D E P A Pho I Co zz echo Extz nate: Fur zzshed WILLIANIS AUTOMATIC OIL BURNERS CBrown s CDaIr1eS GLENSIDEPA if - ren - " ' ir r - I ff ' ' 5' I J I I I ' 'I . I ' I I I I , I J . I. Your Depcn a c Neighborhood Jeweler ' Expcr Repairing of al inds A ' Diamonds I ' g,. T - -Hu. 1......, -n ...L , . 51 """f- I-T. 5 a ches . , I at-mn' , ' ' , ,, ,"", 'E ' 'I' ' JGWCUY fy - ' ' - ' ' Silverware - OPCU Evffllingf 4 . ensi e venue fl' , ' ' jj - I . 5 -I I . 7 - , Pa. 1 . . , .3 . . fl- 2 . . 7 ' J . W - -1 X 4 -4 J 1 ' ' 1 ' . . ' ' ' rm J J .7 , . 1 e I I ' ll 'r 1 ' Phone: on 1 A Estimates Free W mi , . , . 7 . . E , . I I 1 'Vi7IL L i ' y ' MADISON Y. SAURMAN Taperhanger and Interior Tecorator 743 JENKINTOWN ROAD Phone, OGONTZ 1597-W ARDSLEY, PA, Grinding Saws Sharpened 63 Tool Dressing EIDNIUND CRAFT Lawn Mower Sharpening and Adjusting JENKINTOWN ROAD AND RosLYN AVENUE ARDSLEY, PENNSYLVANIA OGONTZ 5018 KESWICK CYCLE SHOP RIGI-I NORMAN, Proprietor We Specialize in Bicycles Saws and Lawn Mowers cBicycles for 'Rent N. EASTON ROAD GLENSIDE, PA. Scarborouglfs Confectionery Hersheyis Ice Cream 15: per pint 507 JENKINTOWN ROAD ARDSLEY, PENNSYLVANIA FRED G. ECKETL HARDWARE PAINTS V A R N I S H E S OGONTZ 4366 ARDSLEY, PA. JOHN M. SHRONK CP i a n 0 T u n e r 119 Wharton Avenue GLENSIDE, PA. OGoNTz 1612 W . W A S Y N G E R 325 NORTH EASTON ROAD Shoe Repairing "Well Known for Quality at a Very Reasonable Pricev GLENSIDE, PENNSYLVANIA T H E L E E S H O P CDistinctive Q owns Phone STE. 3364 Night: WILLOW GROVE 764 ROBERT M. CRAIG SI-IEET METAL AND STEEL EQUIPMENT AIR CONDITIONING HEATING AND VENTILATING EQNGINEERS H0ffff9' 1924 Brandywine Street 22 WHARTON ROAD' GLENSIDE Philadelphia, Pennsylvania L, A. KERN Opposite Keswick Theatre BRAUN,S I-IOSIERY AND LINGERIE 5 GENEVA AVENUE GLENSIDE, PENNSYLVANIA "When you think of Hosiery, think of" BRAUN'S EASTON ROAD BARBER S-HOP 366 NORTH EASTON ROAD fOPP. WELDON SCHOOL, GLENSIDE BEN JAMIN RAU "'Ueterinarian JENKINTOWN ROAD AND ABINGTON AVENUE GLENSIDEJ PENNSYLVANIA BELL PHONES MELROSE 4644 - MAJESTIC 3037 M. P. I-IORNER, Inc. PLUMBING HEATING ROOFING 8033 YORK ROAD ELKINS PARK, PA. c. JOSEPH VEIGEL ELKINS PARK PHARMACY 7840 SPRING AVE. 441 E. TOWNSHIP LINE Mail: Stare City Phone McKi1Iley Store Melrose 4570 Majestic 2112 Ogonlz 5245 Melrose 4859 Ogontz 5246 Cllressmalaing ana' Mllterations BY R U B Y E 8033 YORK ROAD ELKINS PARK, PA. Enjoy Top lcer Economy Tlie Ideal Refrigerant Gives Air-Conditioned Refrigeration Cheltenham 86 Jenkintown Ice Manufacturing CO. "A PIONEER FIRM SERVING THE ENTIRE SUBURBAN SECTIONJ' Equipped to Give You Prompt and Satisfactory Service OGONTZ 4422 W All Work Guaranteed Expert Preserving and Mourning of all kinds of Wild and Domestic Animals FREID. W. STOLL Licensed by State of Pennsylvania SCULPTOR - TAXIDERMIST 8533 OSCEOLA AVENUE fRear of McKiriley Schooll Elkins Park, Pa. Special Care of All Your Hunting Trophies OGONTZ4630 DR. M.GRADESS glkterinarian 8 0 ihimYN?LLIEOi lE3f?3fi D YORK ROAD AND WASHINGTON LANE I C E i - C O A L JENKINTOWN OGONTZ 1455 Refinishing and Awnings Slip Covers Mfrs. of Living Room Suites .Nm To THEATRE, EILKINS UPHOLSTERY GOI ARTHUR MATTIA 5 TOWNSHIP LINE - Repairing A Specialty 03 Elkins Park HAVE YOUR CAR SERVICED WHILE YOU ATTEND THE THEATRE! Robert W. Thompson, Proprietor OGONTZ 5238 FIRESTONE TIRES Your Car Lubricated 50C S UN O C O Service YORK ROAD AND CHURCH ROAD JOHN MALONEY, Proprietor Lynam Coal Co., Inc. Coal ' ' Lumber Building Materials 8011 YORK ROAD ELKINS PARK, PA. C H A R L I E ' S SERVICE STATION MELROSE 4107 Lubrication, Siinonizing, Auto Accessories Standard ESSO Dealer Credit Cards Honored SHADOW LAWN INN A Pleasant Rendezvous In Friendly Surrouniliiigs SPECIAL 25c LUNCH PLATTERS YORK ROAD and WOODLAND AVE., Opp. Hospital Abington, Pa. "There's a thought of future business REGENT 0245 MORTGAGE FUNDS behind every car we repair." R Y A N R E A L T Y- ANTHONY WINKELSPE'CHT Notary Public - Real Estate AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING Conveyance and Insurance 1013 FQX CHASE ROAD, ROCKLEDGE 3305-7 N. FRONT ST. PHILADELPHIA JAMES RYAN, JR. Building Ass'ns Funds PILGRIM 1815 For Qualtiy Foods See FELBIN BROTHERS LIBERTY MARKET 301-303 YORK ROAD Bell, Ogontz 131-132-133 Jenkintown, Pa. C' A R T E' R ,S Trescription cDrug Store 719 WEST AVENUE Phone OGONTZ 246 Jenkintown, Pa. jeenkintown Telicatessen Telicacies and "Beverages YORK ROAD AND WEST AVENUE Deliveries Everywhere Phone OGONTZ 3070 GEORGE'S BARBER SHOP WEST AVENUE JENKINTOWN, PA. Work Called for and Delivered AMERICAN SHOE REPAIRING 805 EAST GREENWOOD AVENUE I-I. GREEN, Prop. JENKINTOWN, PA. Open Evenings F E L - M O' D' E Exclusive Footwear for Women and Children 729 WEST AVE. AND YORK ROAD Autlwirized X-Ray Service Lil-Lee, Inc. JENKINTOWN, PA. Phone OGONTZ 5045 MIDWAY RESTAURANT 302 YORK ROAD We are at your Service at all times Never Closed 'Uista Tea House The Tea House of Worked Tistinction Luncheons and Dinners Closed on Sundays WEST AVENUE and COTTMAN STREET Ogfmfl 4642 Jenkintown, Pa. E. F. Daniels, 3rd ALADDIN BOOK SHOP 224 YORK ROAD JENKINTQWN, PA. Lending Library and the Newest Books DR. RAYMOND DOTTS Chiropractor 207 LIBERTY BUILDING COR. YORK ROAD AND GREENWOOD AVE. Hours: 10 to 4 Daily 6 to 8 Evenings JENKINTOWN, PA. Ogontz 1106 Telegraph Delivery Service FOX'S FLOWERS JENKINTOWN FLOWER SHOP 419 CEDAR STREET Graduation Bouquets Jenkintown, Pa. CORNELIUS BARBER SHOP 3 0 6 Y O R K R O A D JENKINTOWN, PA. Xer-uae Treatment by Appointment ICE CREAM CANDY J. M. 86 F. M. SIMPSON Fancy Grocery Meats HOLLYWOOD' CHELT. 2504 S H O R E 9 S M A R K E T CABINS REFRESHMENTS When you come lo Gettysburg this summer 'Visit the Fresh Fruits Vegetables BLUE and GRAY CAMP. Medty Fish Oyster-5. SEVEN MILES SOUTH ROUTE 15 ' f JOHN L. si-IEADS, Prop. Gettysburg, Pa. Yuengling's Ice Cream Phone 972-R-4 Perma. Fines! Write Box 128 WILLOW GROVE 100 CPrescriptions A - M A N C U S O ROTHWELL BROS., INC. VISIT OUR SODA FOUNTAIN Yorlc 86 Davisville Rds. Willow Grove, Pa. Sanitary Barber Shop 54 NORTH YORK ROAD WILLOW GROVE Wncfi HALD!E.MAN M.I.LLER DRUG COI. Prescrzptzons - Drugs - Gifts R E A L E S T A T E ' Fountain - Lunch I-IARLEYSVILLE AUTO INSURANCE Phone 376 Willow Grove, Pa. N. S. STELTZER CD r u g s YORK ROAD AND RUBICAM AVENUE WILLOW GROVE, PA. Toasted Sandwiches WILLOW GROVE, PA. DR. FINK Tentist EASTON AND YORK ROADS WILLOW GROVE L E S H A R V E Y WILLOW GROVE AUTO SERVICE EASTON AND WELSH ROADS I WILLOW GROVE Famous Shoe Repairing Special Shoes for Deformed Feet 119 YORK ROAD WILLOW GROVE Phone W. G. 394 COSM'O ROMEO BARBER SHOP Special Prices T A I L O R Suits Cleaned ana' Pressed Willow Grove Tailors and Cleaners For Information Call SPECIALS FOR MEN-51-25 WILLOW GROVE 565 95 YORK ROAD 423 SO. YORK RD. Call G. 440-I All Calls Rephoned WILLOW GROVE 580 Free Delivery Phone Willow Grove 599 Estimates Given Steamroller for Hire - Driveways Constructed CHARLES FRANK Frankford Store 301 SO. EASTON RD. WILLOW GROVE Fresh Meats - Fruit - Produce - Delicatessen Phone W. G. 579 MARIE RAIVISEY, Prop. Slflarinello Jllethod HAIRDRESSING Specializing in SCALP TREATMENT AND FACIALS PERMANENT WAVING 301 SO. YORK ROAD WILLOW GROVE, PA. LAWRENCE WAUGH GRADING - EXOAVATING - LIGHT HAULING Hedges Trimmed-Lawns Mowed-Whitewasfring 448 SOUTH EASTON ROAD Willow Grove, Pa. EDDIE'S FOOD MARKET Fancy Groceries - Fresh Meats Fruit - Vegetables 46 YORK ROAD Phone Willow Grove 566 YQUIQVITAI. PIQOBI PM p I ACCREDITED APPROVED BY PENNSYLVANIA .STATE COMMITTEE ON STANDARDS Fon ?RIVATE NESS SCHOOLS The most: vital problem that confronts any Graduate is the choosing of a Career. These young graduates would he glad to tell you about the careers they have chosen and the success that has come to them hy way of the training they received at Banks College of Business Administration, which should prove an unlimited source of inspiration to other young women to acquire a training that will malce their lives fuller and sweeter and richer. BANKS COLLEG E of BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Phone: Pennypacker 4774 1200 Walnut Street, Philadelphia 'mum scunnt' I 40 Years of Steady Growth DAY and EVENING COURSES I Secretarial Stenographic Accounting ' Business Administration MULVEY INSTITUTE Division of Advertising, Journalism and Related Subjects 1207-09 CHESTNUT STREET, PI-HLA., PA. - B RITtenhouse 6434 A R 0 Y A L MAJESTIC 0265 OGONTZ 172 THE NEW NC. 1 B R Y N E R GREATEST typewriter ever produced! With MAGIC? Mar- gin and other sensational Fea- tures of the Future. See this sensational New Easy-Writing Chevrolet Co. Guaranteed O K U S E D C A R S 815 GHEENWOOD AVENUE J ENKINTOWN , PA. R. B. G G R M L E Y fainting .md cDCL'01'dl'i11g Royal now. :WRADE MARK 537 TOWNSPHP LINE Royal Typewriter Company, Inc. ELKINS PARK, PENNSYLVANIA 1616 WALNUT ST., PHILADELPHIA, PA. Phone Ogontz 1091-M Phone PEN. 8390 CLOCKS - WATCHES - DIAMONDS JEWELRY - SILVERWARE Engagement ana' Weddi1Ig Rings a Specialty MUTH'S ESTABLISHED 1899 C. FRED MUTH, INC. 403 OLD YORK ROAD JENKINTOWN, PA. Phone Ogoutz 1647-VVE Call ana' Deliver Try f9llutl'fs First A. 50. Elklrrnmalh F L O W E R S GREENWOOD AVENUE AND YORK ROAD JENKINTOWN, PA. Telephone Ogontz 2442 HERBERT J. REISEN Insurance 1700 SANSOM STREET PI-IILADELPHIA Evenings: MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY 7:00 TO 8:30 J. E. Limeburner CO. Quild Craft Opticians 431 OLD YORK ROAD OGONTZ2923 Branch of 1923 CHESTNUT STREET E O R SUBURBAN HOMES INSURANCE - MORTGAGES Glmnpinrfz Svrruire Station S E E Eenkintuwu, Ha. ALFRED H. 'FRANK jENKINTOWN,PA. For Quality of Food and Service Visit the Y O R K W A Y DINER Scarbrough Motors WEST AVENUE OPPOSITE BANK ' cD"ect CDMIU JENKINTOWNJ PA. 210 YORK ROAD JENKINTOWN OGONTZ soss NEVER CLOSED PHONE-215 CLYDE HEATH Z SO. YORK RD. COAL CLYDE HEATH WILLOW GROVE We Suggest You lVlalce XVTLLOW GROVE PARK Your Summer Playground Dancing : Amusements : Entertainment Reduced Prices BENEFIT PLAN PARTY PLAN T o SCHOOLS - CHURCHES - ORGANIZATIONS For further information contact Administration Bldg, Willow Grove Park Quarry WILLOW GROVE AVE. Telephone OGONTZ EDGE HILL, PA. 3643-W 7 CLAYTON S QUARRY SILICA ROCK and HARD STONE STEPPING STONES Represented By 222 ABINGTON AVENUE SAMUEL L. CLAYTON GLENSIDE, PA. q9owe1l,s Tharmacy ABINGTOIN, PA. ANTIQUES WANTED High price paid for Furniture-China-Brass ABINGTON ANTIQUE SHOP 121 OLD YORK ROAD ABINGTON, PA. N. SI-EINBERG OGoN'rz 3204 OFFICIAL INSPECTION STATION HOWARD NICIER "A Complete Garage and Repair Service" DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE Ogontz 2452 Residence 2363 YORK RD. AND HORACE AVE., ABINGTON, PA. FOIR SERVICE CALL OGONTZ 498 We Call and Deliver ABINGTON SHOE REPAIR JOSEPH PILEGGI Expert Workmanship All Work Guaranteed 22 YORK ROAD ABINGTON, PA. Phone OGONTZ 498 SAM SHAFFER OGONTZ 5041 LILLIAN HAIRDRESSING SHOP and 6 Y O R K R O A D ABINGTON, PA. CLEANERS and DYERS LILLIAN REDSTREAKE Opposite Bank 24 ROAD ABLNGTON, Free Parking For Our Patrons In Rear Ol Bank Light Hauling OGONTZ 1362 Mrs. Adelaide I-Ieydt GEORGE PARKHOUSE FINE GROCERIES I-'IDRACE AVENUE ABINGTON, PA. ERNESTINE BEAUTY SI-IOP Ernistine Myers, Proprietor For Appointment Phone OGONTZ 4803 913 LIMEKILN PIKE, NORTH HILLS, PA. Frederies and Wella permanent waving All work done by graduate teacher of Beauty Cultura 123 OLD YORK ROAD ABINGTON, PENNSYLVANIA Dressmaking :-: Alterations jOE'S BARBER SI-IOP 4 Y O R K R O A D ABINGTON, PA. CLINTON R. SPENCER BUILDING MAINTENANCE -:- CONSTRUCTION NORTH HILLS, PENNSYLVANIA Arbuta Cleaners 86 Dyers 16 ARBUTA ROAD ABINGTON, PA. PHONE OGONTZ 3183-W Call dc Delivery Servict Call OGONTZ 4349 CHARLES LIGHTMAN MERCHANT TAII.oIz AND FURRIER S W I M SPECIAL SCHOOL RATES .ABINGTON Y. M. C. A. 14 YORK ROAD ABINGTON, PA. Ogontz 4275 Ph07'19, OGONTZ 5014 SCOTTIES SEALYI-IAMS WIRES ABINGTON KENNELS GROCERIES AND MEATS 3 O 5 Y O R K R O A D DELICATESSEN ABINGTONI PA' 64 I-IORACE AVENUE ABINGTON, PA. OGONTZ 901 R. C. THOMPSON, Mgr. S P E E D C O U N T S But It's The Steady Pace That Wins The Long Race A Savings Account in this strong Bank, built up by regular weekly or monthly deposits, is better than a "gamble" in some uncertain investment. Remember, too-it's regular, not spasmodic deposits that will make your bank account grow. JENKINTCWN BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Federal Reserve System TAYLQRS DfXIRIES JENKINTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA Z'LVh12QlPharGlhP5t Apparel fm' QHPI1 A. J. MILLER 4 1 4 Y O R K R O A D JENKINTOWN: PA. OGONTZ 155 AND 156 MAJESTIC The Triangle Cleaning and Dyeing Establishment 0411 PLESSNER Hair ressers 740 Uorkwaq Place IBEW? 609 SUMMIT AVENUE JGHKUHOWH, Pd- JENKINTOWNJ pA. Phone Oqoniz 144 The Best Ga: ln Town OGONTZ 5195 1. MCDERMOTT FOR SERVICE AMOCOHGAS AND OIL Expert Lubrication YORK ROAD and HORACE AVENUE ABINGTON, PA. The Qlenside ffewelcraft Shop GEORGE P. MAIER, Prop. Manufacturing Jeweler I I Orxgznal DesIg1IIrIg Fzne Repazring r- Stone Setlng - Engraving CACROSS FROM WELDON SCHOOLJ Phone OGONTZ 4351-W Shop, W. G. 497 Res., W. G. 1S7-R WILLOW GROVE 834 Free Delivery WILLOW GROVE GARAGE J 0 H N M A R I N 0 411 EASTON ROAD WILLOW GROVE, PA. EASTON AND DAVISVILLE ROADS GEORGE I-IOEENSACK, JR. Willow Grove, Pa. Fruits, Vegetables, Poultry, Fresh Meat: IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC GROCERIES MODERN BARBER SHOP DOMENICK 86 TOM 119 NORTH YORK ROAD Opp. P.R.T. Terminal Willow Grove, Pa. JOHN SCHAMENEK SUNOCO SERVICE YORK ROAD AND DECATUR AVENUE WILLOW GROVE J. L. RUSH 6? SONS, Inc. FIRESTONE SALES AND SERVICE BODY AND FENDER REPAIRS WILLOW GROVE, PA. Phone 93 At Reading Station O4 . S C A L F A R O SHOE REPAIRING REASONABLE RATES 421 S. YORK ROAD Call W.G. 409-J BEL-JON CLEANERS AND DYERS WILLOW GROVE, PA. JAMES J. ALLDRED TEXACO SERVICE STATION YORK ROAD AND RUBICAN AVENUE Willow Grove, Pa. Phone W.G. 300 B O B W R I G H T JOI-IN'S BARBER SHOP HOT DOGS HAMBURGERS ICE CREAM SOFT DRINKS WILLOW GROVE JOI-IN TARKINGTON, Proprietor YORK AND MORELAND ROADS WILLOW GROVE WILLOW GROVE 681 SALES SL SERVICE BENSON RADIO ALL MAKES - ANYWHERE YORK ROAD AND CHERRY STREET WILLOW GROVE, PA. ESSO SERVICE STATION YORK ROAD AND MORELAND ROAD WILLOW GROVE, PA. A. M. HEATH Hershey Ice Cream Willow Grove Lumber 86 Coal Co. Make no down payment Three years to pay Free estimates - No obligations PHONE W. G. 500 Phone WILLOW GROVE 465 W J . E . H E N K E L UPI-IOLSTERING AND CABINET MAKING IN ALL ITS BRANCI-IES 305 S. EASTON ROAD Willow Grove, Pa S U N O C O Service Station H. E. JACOBS, Proprietor Lubrication and Wasfving TOWNSHIP LINE AND CADWALADER AVENUE ELKINS PARK OGONTZ 1414 CLARA MAYER'S BEAUTY PARLOR 507 TOWNSPHP LINE ELKINS PARK New Service Station Auto Repair and Machine Shop We Solicit Your Patronage CARDON BROTHERS CADWALADER AVE. AND JENKINTOWN ROAD Phone Ogontz 2587 DAVID JENKINS PAINTING AND DECORATING OGONTZ 5265 EAST ELKINS PARK, PA. Formerly with Leon E, Carden, Automotive Engineer 8554 260 ASHBOURNE ROAD ELKINS PARK PARK, PA- ROBERT STEVENS ADOLPH G.-IACOBS Fancy Groceries Herslveyff Ice Cream PLASTERER 522 CYPRESS AVENUE 317 TOWNSHIP LINE ROAD ELKINS PARK, PENNSYLVANIA OGONTZ 64 Phone, Ogontz 3886 Elkins Park, Pa. SQUARE DEAL MARKENT N. E. Cor. Township Line and Cadwalader Road ELKINS PARK, PA. OGONTZ 1032 Pure Foods-Delicatessen Fresh Fruits-Vegelabies All Sed Foods in Season Free Delivery 3VIichae1's CPharmacy ELKINS PARK, PENNSYLVANIA Precision Repairs with Modern Equipment Mallory Distributors 86 Coils Complete Electrical Service Trecision cvfutonzotive Service CHURCH and MILL ROADS ELKINS PARK, PA. Harry J. Waite, Prop. MELROSE 2057 RES. 4278 W Phone OGONTZ 1901 JAMES GILBERT BUNN 'Decorative CPaper Hanging 321 TOWNSHIP LINE ELKINS PARK, PA. Telephone Ogontz 1379-W ALFRED J. SHARMAN PAINTING In All It: Branches 520 JENKINTOWN ROAD ELKINS PIA Frank Cook's Barber Shop and Cfvildrerf: Hair Bobbing A Specially Facial and Scalp Treatment 516 JENKINTOWN ROAD ELKINS PARK, PA. Ladies' Phone OGONTZ 2674 "Say it with Flowers" LOUIS RUZICKA ...1-ILORIST... CUT FLOWERS POT PLANTS JENKINTOWN SC CEDAR RDS. Elkins Park, Pa. Maker of Fine Furniture Drapes and Slip Covers -ANTIQUES- RICHARD WURSTER Specializing in Antique and Modern Furniture Repairng-Refinixlxing-Uplxolstcring ssoa TULPEI-IOCKEN AVENUE OGONTZ 3767 ELKINS PARK, PA. SUNDIAL SHOES For Every Member of the Family A. APFELBAUM 900 LIMEKILN PIKE NORTH HILLS, PA. OGONTZ 3150 Phone, OGONTZ 2071 'CHARLES HARTNIAN Roojing ana' Spouting Heater and Range Work 8520 OSCEOLA AVENUE ELKINS PARK, PA. OQONTZ 2973 E. M. MOQNEY V I S I T HAIRDRESSING THE PARKDALE Appointments FOOD MARKET EASTON ROAD AND WHARTON AVENUE IN G L E N S I D E THE QIQACLE A MQDERN ANN UAL f-Gif Throughout its production, every care was exercised in building a year book which would be a credit to the GRACLE and to ourselves. To school and college annual staffs everywhere, we offer our completely equipped plant, our years of college craftsman experience, willing service and 5. ... -2-ii, .-fm., 4:11515 rug-'fir-'-2 ' 5 ' with - ...L t.,f , quality printing. 1 f it 5' 5. I-I. G. 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