Abington High School - Oracle Yearbook (Abington, PA)

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MNo matter How long it may take us, the American people, in their righteous might, will win through to absolute victory.' —FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT. G bingt on looks ahead 3eyond the turmoil of today offering its students T ew and better courses, Reared to fit the world of tomorrow, a world built Gn the principles of democracy— 71 ow and forever. CibhuflfM. HLqh. SjdhooL ClbinijtDfL, (ptUMAlfocwLcL Qjutul, 1%2 r (lfacUibooL fcdiJt iA, JOHN F. REICHARD DANIEL M. DEMPSTER, JR.(DsjdkcdtiofL. To the spirit of American youth . . . that invincible will of a generation called upon to preserve democracy throughout the world, to those who are giving today their services—their lives if need be, to those who are preparing to offer themselves in the future that America may survive as a government and a people truly free— we, the seniors of 1942, dedicate our Yearbook.CL 3tsboud h. U)tw LLooksucL CUwclcL 7wENTY-FOUR years ago, a small country schoolhouse, nestled on the slopes of Abington, and its student body of a hundred boys and girls awaited eagerly for their new principal, summoned from a distant Pennsylvania county by Superintendent Edward S. Ling, to take up his duties in the York Road area's fastest growing high school. That man who came to Abington more than two decades ago was Joseph C. Weirick. His untiring efforts as principal in the ensuing years transformed that little rural high school into one of the largest and most highly respected educational institutions in the Philadelphia suburbs. Since Mr. Weirick took over the township superintendency in 1934, on Mr. Ling's retirement, his three most noteworthy accomplishments have been the building of the modernly equipped vocational shops at Abington, the change to a junior high system with a three-year high school, and the construction of the $200,000 gymnasium. As he has molded buildings into fine institutions, so he has helped to shape the characters of the thousands of children in the Abington schools. This year in June, a tired man, weakened by ill health, Mr. Weirick finishes his educational work here and retires to the leisure and rest he has so well earned. A shrewd American philosopher, Emerson, has truly said, "He is great who confers the most benefits." Abington township will for years to come reap the rewards of Joseph C. Weirick's wise planning for the future.CUmgJwL JojLunAhip SxJwoL (BocUitL Albert W. Zackey, Pres. E. B. Ayres, Jr., Vice-pres. J. Lewis Fretz E. Wayne Jenkins Wm. H. Holmes, Jr. William S. Armstrong Edward S. Zepp, Treas. Louis C. Metz, Secy. (Non-member) Qua, (paAt: Always looking ahead, Abington High School has led the way in building a better community of educated citizens. In this war emergency, which is testing the quality and strength of every public institution, the high school is a vital center of community activities. Looking into the future and seeing the need for leaders and workers to rebuild our peace-time society, Abington High School is intensifying its efforts to develop the individual powers and ethical character of every boy and girl in the township. Joseph C. Weirick.These are critical days for America. There are those whoi Abington High School wishes to do its part in meeting the, Abington High School looks ahead. From time to time, let us what we are defending and protecting. Let us make sure that of our American ideals. E. stion our way of life, resent challenge. But— e certain that we know s Americans are worthy FGERNERT, Principal.Leonard B. Smith Dale S. Snodgrass Glenn R. Snodgrass Lewis C. Swartz Gertrude L. Turner Instrumental Music Boys' Physical Education Boys' Physical Education Mathematics, Related English and History Shop Subjects (Qur hest friends are they who tell us our faults and help us to mend them. W. H. Albright H®'en P. Briggs E. A. Brunner Chairman of Mathemat- Librarian Mathematics G. E. Burlington Science Dorothy Cathell English J. S. Furniss Commercial P. T. Gantt George S. Gessner Gertrude E. Herzog J. Ira Kreider Chairman of French Mathematics, Science Girls' Physical Education Social Science M. B. Messinger Katharine Miller Chairman of Science English Pauline E. Nunn T. Carroll O'Brien Edna S. Powell Household Arts, English Vocal Music German, Spanish, Eng- lishDavid Clark, Jr. Machine Shop A. Donald Franti Commercial George F. Erb Science Helen M. Clark Social Sciences Jane V. Davis Home Economics Catharine E. Lobach M. Geraldine Mast Frank McClean Chairman of Latin Girls' Physical Education Machine Shop D. E. Krueger Elmer A. Lissf« Chairman of Commer- Social Science Charles C. Roberts Commercial Robert J. Rapp Woodworking Edward R. Seltxer English Kathryn P. Walker Alice F. Weaver Art Commercial J. Shaylor Woodruff Erne Mathematics Print lus G. Wortman Ralph M. Wright ting Drafting Zaidee G. Wyatt Dean of Girls. Cha of EnglishAnother Historian D. E. Krueger's New Secretary Artists' Delight 1958—Butch Erb PitchingQanjuucvu £LaAA 194-2 CLASS MOTTO.......................Monita meliora sequamur Having learned, let us follow the better things. CLASS FLOWER................................. Tea Rose CLASS COLORS. ... .. , c., '..................Maroon and Silver OFFICERS OF JANUARY CLASS President . . Vice-pres. . . Secretary Treasurer . . A.A. Repres. . . Jesse Taylor, III Daniel M. Dempster, Jr. . . . Alice J. Harrer . . . Paul M. Landis • • . Charles H. Kern CL rYVlsiAMJiqsL: We have learned that all work which demands exactness, clear vision, honest thinking, and steady application is worth doing. We are learning that morale means adhering to a course of action with constant determination. So let us go forward with courage in the great work of establishing the "better things" of tomorrow. M. B. MESSINGER. Class Sponsor. 13MARY LOUISE ABEL Classical Chips. Quiet but friendly. Latin and Bowling clubs. Secretary, Girls' Etiquette club. J.F.E. Abing-tonian. Girls' Hi-Y president. Hockey manager. Likes music and dogs. Ambition—to be a creative writer. HARRY W. BAKER General Useful. Musically inclined. Hillbilly band. Trumpet player in band. A Cappella choir. Elizabethan Singers. Ever Since Eve. Likes to read. Future member of Naval Reserves. MILDRED M. BIRSNER Commercial Midge. Always obliging. Band, three years. Orchestra, four years. Elizabethan Singers. A Cappella choir. Girls' Glee club. The Gondoliers. J.F.E. Senior play. Likes knitting and piano playing. Ambition—secretarial work. MILDRED I. ADAMS General Millie. Swimming and sewing enthusiast. Good dancer. Basketball blazer, senior year. Pan-American program. Plans to be a nurse. EDWARD F. BARTLAM General Eddie. Quiet but cooperative. Band and orchestra, four years. 1st assistant director of band. A Cappella choir. Elizabethan Singers. Likes playing in bands and arranging music. Ambition — to become a musical instructor. DAVID M. BLUMENTHAL Commercial Dud. Always smiling. Boys’ Etiquette club. President of Stamp club. Certificate for clerical ability tests. Stamp collector. Out for baseball and soccer. Ambition— accountant. J Jb. 1938 — Sdvwb qMsdtA. IoaJL flMAkmwL. MILDRED A. BORNEMANN Scientific Fastidious. Abingtonian staff. At-tended C.S.P.A. conventions at Columbia and Drexel. Pianist in orchestra, three years. Home economics at Drexel next year. Ambition-dietitian. IRWIN C. CAIRNS Engineering Buzz. Respected. Student Council, three years. Varsity soccer. Abingtonian and Yearbook. Sports writer. Ever Since Eve. Engineering school next year. Interested in aviation. Hopes to be an aviation engineer. JEAN A. BORTHWICK Commercial Sandy. Always helpful. Style. Rifle, Bowling clubs. Vice-president of Caravan club. Hobbies—embroidery. ice skating, eating. Ambition —to be a private secretary. ROBERT J. CALLAHAN General Bob. Quiet as a steam shovel. Honor Roll. Perfect attendance awards. Etiquette, Checker clubs. Coin collector. Business school next year. Ambition — to be a buyer. 14CORNELIUS J. CARLIN General Connie. Shy. Expert with automobiles and motors. Likes to work math problems. Letterman in football. Radio and Automobile clubs. Wants to forget girls when he graduates. Ambition—a good airplane mechanic. KATHLEEN M. CAULEY General Kay. Likes to sew. Girls' Glee club, junior year. Radio broadcast. Etiquette club. President, Job-Finding club. Already working as a salesgirl. Plans to be bookkeeper. HAROLD E. CASE Vocational Casey. Especially interested in taking cars apart. Football letter, senior year. Plans to be an auto mechanic some day. Endman in class night minstrel. MARION M. CENEVIVA General Mickey. Future beautician. Enjoys football games, dancing, and singing. Secretary of Style club in junior year. Participated in 1941 Glee Club Concert. Hobby—collecting recipes. CAROLYN A. CHICK Commercial Curl. Likes skating, dancing, math. Good speller. Etiquette, Checker, Job-Finding clubs. Already working as a bookkeeper. Plans some day to be the ideal secretory. GILL CHUBB Engineering First half of that blond soccer duo. Basketball, sophomore and junior years. Tennis. Boys’ Etiquette club. Future poultry farmer. Interlocutor in class minstrel. Jab. 1939 — $DphA. (AqanipL anmrni pwih . RALPH CHUBB Engineering Chubby. Willing and energetic worker for any worthwhile cause. Good-natured. Three-year letter-man in soccer. Enjoys tennis and basketball. Conscientious. Etiquette, Sports, and Bird clubs. Future engineer. CHARLOTTE L. COLLADAY Classical Honor Roll student. Member of Student Council. Fun-loving. Hobbies—riding and knitting. Etiquette and Latin clubs. Attended C.S.P.A. conference in New York. Girls' Hi-Y. Ever Since Eve. J.F.E., Abingtonian, and Yearbook staffs. FRANK V. CILIBERTO Vocational Celly. Quiet but friendly. Won his varsity letter in wrestling. Current Events club. Secretary of Printing club. Hobby — making tools. Plans to enter industry after graduation. IRENE MARY COX Classical Coxy. Dependable. J.F.E. managing editor. Abingtonian staff. Sonq leader of Latin club. Hi-Y. The Gondoliers. Elizabethan Singers, A Cappella choir, and Glee club. Ambition—missionary. Interests— music and football. Spanish program. Yearbook editorial board. 15WILLIAM R. COX General Coxie. Boisterous. Friendly. Preston Hughes in Ever Since Eve. Cross-country manager. Secretary of Boys' Etiquette. Radio and Science, and Printing clubs. JEAN Y. DeKALB General Jeanie. Modest. Unassuming. Student Council. Hi-Y secretary. Abingtonian. Secretary of Camping Arts and Latin clubs. Hobby — collecting interesting stones. Ambition—to be a medical secretary. WILLIAM CURRAN General Bill. Always doing something for somebody else. Varsity soccer. Vice-president, Boys' Etiquette club junior and senior years. DANIEL M. DEMPSTER. JR. Classical Dan. Versatile. Popular. Student Council. Associate editor, Yearbook. J.F.E. Soccer varsity. Class A.A. representative in freshman, sophomore years. Vice-president of senior class. Endman in class minstrel. (Dssl. 1%0 — ClaAA, sd dtA. pAsibidsinL. CHARLES T. EARNEST Vocational Chick. Easy-going. Motto—Live and let live. Stellar performer on football and wrestling varsities. Presided over Golf and Boys' Etiquette clubs. ALVINA C. FRITZ Commercial Alvy. Quiet. Movie expert. Likes to skate and dance. Girls' Etiquette. Style. Checker clubs. Senior play hostess. Future office worker. AUDREY M. GAREY Classical Lovely soprano voice. Bewitching dimples. Student Council, freshman year. J.F.E. Girls’ Hi-Y. Ever Since Eve, Patience, and The Gondoliers. Interested in music and dramatics. Member of A Cappella choir, Elizabethan Singers, Glee club. CALVIN L. FRIEDBERG General Cal. Came here after a year at Miami high and Denver high. Glee club member. Participant in Pan-American conference. LEONARD S. GARDO General Len. Radio and sports enthusiast. Football. Sophomore vice-president, junior president of Electric Shop club. Expects to do electrical work for defense. WILLIAM C. GEISSLER General Goose. Future Ranger. Follows fires. Hillbilly band member. Helpful on campus clean-up squad. 16JACK H. GIBSON Vocational Jackson. Thoroughly enjoys life. Varsity soccer. Captain of soccer team in junior year. Student Council. Hobby — model airplanes. Plans trip across continent next year. Ambition — to travel. D. ELIZABETH GOLD Classical Goldie. Lively, spirited. Varsity hockey, two years. Honor Roll. Sports writer for Abingtonian and Yearbook. Latin, Bowling clubs. J.F.E. Vice-president, Camping Arts club. Ardent chemistry student. FREDERICA A. GREENSPAN General Freddie. Helpful and reliable. Honor Roll, four years. J.F.E. Latin club, three years. Freshman Glee club. Enjoys reading, sewing, travel. Hopes to become a private secretary. N ALICE J. HARRER General Alley. Popular and vivacious. Student Council, freshman and sophomore years. Class secretary, four years. J.F.E. Ever Since Eve. Elizabethan Singers. A Cappella choir, and Glee club. 7lov. 794 — «XoaL pAom, MvisiwA. cu VliwduiA,. GEORGE E. HAWTHORNE Vocational Gook. Loyal worker. Stamp collector. Travel enthusiast. Vice-president, Printing club. Future machinist in defense industry. RICHARD C. HELMS Engineering Dick. Tall. Genial. Varsity soccer. Student Council. Current Events club. Ever Since Eve. Interests — photography and aviation. Ambition—to become aviation engineer. Will enter Drexel Tech. BARBARA L. HERKNESS General Babs. Attractive brunette. Civic Attitude awards. Student Council vice - president. Style, Dramatic clubs. Drum majorette. Senior play. J.F.E. Represented Abing-ton at Student Council conferences. Plays the piano. RUTH P. HEGGE Commercial Rufus. Quiet and friendly. Honor Roll, three years. J.F.E. typist. Secretary of Travel club. Typed morning announcements. Hopes to become private secretary. ALICE P. HEMENWAY General Patty-Ann. Dog lover. Early morning study hall proctor. Travel and Job-Finding clubs. St. Patrick’s Day broadcast. Somebody's future secretary. JOHN J. HIGGINS General Johnny. Happy-go-lucky blonde. Fond of taking it easy. Especially interested in drawing machines and airplanes. Plans to do defense work. 17ROBERT M. HILLIARD General Bob. Carefree. Enjoys music. A Cappella choir and Elizabethan Singers. Collects Artie Shaw records. Plays clarinet. Convincing speaker. Future salesman. HELEN M. HUNTER General Scrappy. Helpful. Collects recipes and embroidery. Missionary and church supporter. Travel, Visiting, and Girls' Etiquette clubs. Plans to attend Bible school. JANE HOPPER General. Hoppy. Talkative. Jolly. Student coach for Ever Since Eve. Dramatic club, Art club. Award in art poster contest. Enjoys drawing, fashions, dramatics. Ambition— fashion illustrator. JAMES R. HURLEY General Jim. Musically inclined. Served in Marine band. Played bass horn in band, melopone in orchestra. A Cappella choir. Collects post cards and agricultural information. Future farmer. (D xl. 8 — SdwoL h aAiu (pAQAbdiw jlujcVl msLdubaqsL. PAUL H. JONES Vocational Jonesie. Gunner and golfer. Likes football and pole-vaulting. Camera and Auto clubs. Future machinist. An apprenticeship in aeronautics, next year's goal. CHARLES H. KERN General Charlie. Cute blonde. Varsity baseball and football. Dependable quarterback. A.A. Representative, senior class. Student Council. President, Sports club. Likes football and fun. Class minstrel end-man. Hopes to get defense job. RUSSELL H. KEYES Commercial Buck. Sunny disposition. Star soccer player for three years. Captain, senior year. Automobile, Current Events clubs. Varsity baseball. Enthusiastic sports fan. Future accountant. MARGARET H. KELLY General Peggy. Diminutive. Talkative. Student Council. Spelling Bee. Cheerleader. Chairman of Career Conference meeting, junior year. Style, Craft, Scrapbook clubs. Ambition —buyer in department store. WILLIAM W. KERRIGAN Vocational Reds. President of Vocational club. Likes machine shop work. Perfect attendance record. Wants to be first-class toolmaker. JEAN K. KISTLER Classical Attractive. Dimples. Honor Roll, four years. Hockey varsity. Student Council. Latin and Etiquette clubs. Treasurer, Hi-Y. Abing-tonian. Yearbook. Commencement speaker. Likes hockey, football, horseback riding. Plans— college—and then? 18HAROLD P. KOPENHAVER General Kopy. Good-natured. Talkative. Rifle and Auto clubs. Excellent driver. Good mechanic. Hobby— picture and pin collections. Ambition—to get a good job and then a good wife. PAUL M. LANDIS Engineering Friendly. Polite. Co-editor of Oracle. Senior class treasurer. Student Council. Camera, Etiquette clubs. Ever Since Eve. Radio club secretary. Varsity soccer. Yearbook editorial board. Builds model airplanes. Commencement speaker. Future plans—Drexel. PAUL L. LACHMAN General Bud. Husky. Never worries. Track letter for shotput and discus. Secretary, Auto club. Hobbies— woodworking and tinkering with his Model A Ford. Ambition—to get a job. NEWMAN F. LANE Vocational Jake. Personality plus. Well known as owner of Little Red Ford. Varsity soccer. Held officers' post in Airplane. Auto, and Machinist clubs. First prize at Fleck’s Airplane Show. Ambition — airplane mechanic. 0JOC. 12, 13 — dppJjouuLASL tpmrijL. ‘fcvsA, SinsJL £vsl' JOSEPHINE M. LIBERG Commercial Jomay. Attended Germantown High two years. Etiquette club member. Abingtonian advertising manager. Enjoys riding. Clever pianist. Plans — business school. Versatile. GEORGE J. MILLS Engineering Millsy. Reserved. Friendly. Attended Olney for two years. Good musician. Plays trumpet in swing band. Ambition — architectural engineer. Plans to enter Penn State. ELIZABETH M. O'DONNELL General Bette. - Everybody's pal. Student coach. Ever Since Eve. Participated in assembly debate. Scrap Book, Dramatic, Caravan, Checker. Bowling clubs. Likes candy. Plans to be a nurse. NATHAN V. MILLICHAP General Reverend. Quiet. Homeroom vice-president. Student Council. Checker, Current Events clubs. Spelling Bee participant. Likes driving, ice skating, woodworking. Ambition —auto shop teacher. Plans for next year—Drexel night school. ELEANORE M. NEHLIG Commercial Nales. Good-natured and a good sport. Varsity hockey and basketball. Basketball captain. Patience. President, Camping Arts club. Glee club. Likes athletics, eating, and sleeping. Makes friends easily. Girls' Hi-Y. RITA A. ORTOLANI Commercial Ree. Reserved but co-operative. Oracle business staff. Mikado, lolanthe. Patience. Gondoliers. A Cappella choir. Glee club. Elizabethan Sinqers. Secretary at Sears. Roebuck and Company. Ambition—to be a good secretary. 19NORMA M. PAINE Commercial Norm. Pleasant. Full of fun. Girls’ Glee club, Camping Arts. Visiting, Job-Finding clubs. Enthusiastic football and baseball fan. Loves chocolates. Wants to work in a large office. DORIS K. PFOERTSCH General Pfoertschie. Energetic. Star hockey player. Varsity basketball. Camping Arts, Modern Dance clubs. Likes cookinq. sewing, skating, and all sports. Full of fun. Aims to be a gym teacher. JOHN B. PHY Scientific Jack. Good companion. Four-year band member. Mathematics club. Builds model racers as a hobby. Likes ice skating and ballroom dancing. Interested in naval aviation. ROSALIE M. PROTIS Commercial Row. Talkative. Fun-lovinq. Girls' Glee club. A Cappella choir. Dramatic. Etiquette clubs. President, Style club. Oracle typist. Collects what-nots. Wants to be a good secretary. ALAN R. PRICE General Al. Quiet. Helpful. Auto and Printinq clubs. One of Mr. Wort-man’s best printers. Helpful in sale of tickets at home football qames. Ambition — a successful printer. DAVID W. REBER General Dave. A mischievous tease. Trombonist in band and orchestra, four years. Ever Since Eve. Elizabethan Singers. A Cappella choir. Hobbies are farming, girls, and music. Ambition—to be a farmer. Exhibited chickens as project. jkz L. 25, 1%2 — Rsw. fL. o£. (Bahb i, uAqsA, (BiblsL Atudij . NANCY ROBERTS Classical Nan. Petite. Ladylike. Treasurer, freshman and sophomore class. Civic Attitude award. Honor Roll. Girls' Hi-Y. A Cappolla choir, Glee Club, and Elizabethan Sing ers. The Gondoliers. Senior play. Interested in symphonies. ALLAN S. ROGERS Classical Buck. Bubbling over with energy and mischief. Football. Oracle. Yearbook. Ever Since Eve. Elizabethan Singers. Secretary. Current Events club. Toothpick constructions, his hobby. Endman in minstrel. Plans to study law at Duke. LEAH M. ROBINSON General Lee. Pretty hair. Attended Germantown High for one year. Faithful office messenger. Style club president. Captain of bowling team. Likes designing, dancing, boys. Future secretary. WILLIAM H. ROTH Engineering Bill. Tall. Dresses well. Band, four years. Orchestra. J.F.E. Ever Since Eve lead. Hobbies—photography, drums. Hopes to become successful architectural engineer. Ambition—to have a good time. 20ROBERT P. RUTTLE General Bob. Enjoys life. A good mixer. Best known for accomplishments in music department. Mikado, lo-lanthe. Ever Since Eve. Interested in aviation and salesmanship. JOHN J. SCHNEIDER General Johnnie. Affable. Musically talented. Four years in band. Man behind the bass drum. A Cappella choir. Minstrel shows. Talent show. Ever Since Eve. Hopes to become an optometrist. CHESTER C. SCHUYLER Scientific Retiring, conscientious, and thorough. Came here from Central. Interested in model airplanes, mathematics, and science. Hopes to enter a teachers' college. LOUISE M. SCHMUTZLER Classical Wheel. Generous. Companionable. Student coach for Ever Since Eve. Secretary of German club. Band and orchestra, four years. Fond of traveling. MALCOLM L. SCHOENBERG Engineering Mac. Friendly. Ambitious. Energetic cheerleader. Student Council. Honor Roll. Took pictures for Abingtonian and Yearbook. Boys' Etiquette club. President. Dramatic club. Ever Since Eve. Hobby — photography. Aspires to be chemical engineer. E. ROTHWELL SHELLY General Rolo. Musical and carefree. Varsity letter in track. Gondoliers, lolanthe, Patience. Senior play lead. Drum major. Orchestra, four years. Glee club. Elizabethan Singers. A Cappella choir. Abingtonian. Future business administrator. Qjcul. 27 — (paiMDtitL WUriAJUisiL pahadsA. iaisinL. FLORENCE E. SMITH Commercial Stelly. Quiet. Collects pins, vases, pennants. Quiltmaker. Scrapbook. Etiquette, Dramatic. Style clubs. Somebody’s perfect future secretary. ANNE STYER Classical Annie. Clever. Good student. Honor Roll. Student Council. Co-ediior of Abingtonian and J.F.E. Yearbook staff. President. Latin cLb. Ever Since Eve. A.P.S.L. Latin award. French club prefect. Spelling team. Likes dance music, cooking, and swimming. Commencement speaker. CATHERINE M. SOMMERS General Kay. Quiet. Sewing enthusiast. Likes to dance. Glee. Etiquette. Job-Finding, Style Clubs. Future office worker. RUTH SWARTLEY Classical Ruthie. Demure. Popular. Secretary-treasurer of Student Council. Won three Civic Attitude awards. Oracle co-editor. Yearbook staff. Ever Since Eve. Vice-president. Girls' Hi-Y. Glee club, A Cap-pella choir, orchestra. Laboratory technician, her future career. 21 JESSE TAYLOR General Jay. Quiet. Unassuming. Congenial disposition. Consistent Civic Attitude award winner. Four-year president of his class. Oracle. Yearbook. Soccer manager. J.F.E. Art club president. Commencement speaker. Likes to travel. Dresses well. Wants to manage a hotel concession. Plans college next year. GLADYS VANDEGRIFT General Charming and cheerful. Student coach of senior play. Honor Roll. Girls’ Hi-Y. Chairman of Student Council conference. Bowling and Camping Arts club president. Hobbies—realing, sewing, photography, scrapbook. Abinatonian. Head Yearbook typist. Reliable worker. Ambition—stenographer. ARTHUR WANNEMACHER, JR. Classical Art. Good-looking blond. Soccer varsity. Student Council. Vice-president, Camera club. Class treasurer, senior B. Hobbies—photography, girls. Aspiring druqqist. Will enter Philadelphia Colleqe of Pharmacy next year. Ambition— to get the most out of life. J. ROSS TIPPENS General Tip. Came from Nashville. Tennessee, in junior year. Played clarinet in band there. Likes to whistle play harmonica. Plans— aviation school. ALBERT R. WACKER Classical Wack. Dependable. Varsity wrestling, three years. Varsity soccer. Current Events club. Student Council in sophomore, senior years. Paints signs. Future lawyer. FRANCES M. WELSH Commercial Heffis. Vivacious and talkative. Student Council. Honor Roll. Yearbook and Abingtonian typist. Etiquette and Style club president. Enjoys baseball, reading, bowling, and jitterbugging. Minstrel show. Commencement speaker. Ambition—secretary or advertiser. Qan.. 30 86 jrmv alumni. ool iifsiA. tealiJtisiA,. In Affectionate Memory EDITH SNYDER April 25. 1940 22 Woo£) TWmb'th pzrrnu yooy wzw+i VH pw mbAUEE RAWER DA WEE i DEMPSTER LAND E AUDREY QftDEV _RUTH 5UARTLEY ALLAN RODLEK' JOVufcW CHARLES KERNSEDWARD BAILEV JOHN Eft'bTON LO S UMEATLfiND JANES V05T If JOHN JRBCRAKO V)AR E LOUISE LOOCHHEN "CHRISTINE EEUE )LLKATH m "RONA HRRRINCiTOI NARUA LE IEK NUReichard, Loder, Wheatland, Vollrath, Bailey. JolhsL JuxduaJtaA,: You are living in a most critical period of your country's history—one that requires courage, faith, service, and sacrifice. Abington has endeavored to develop in you these qualities. So conduct yourself in your home and community life during the difficult days ahead that they shall become an integral part of your personality. W. H. ALBRIGHT. Class Sponsor. Qiuisl QLaAAu 194-2 CLASS COLORS ... -....................................Rose and Silver FLOWER......................................................Camellia MOTTO..............................If we never try, we shall never succeed Saniffc £ President . . Vice-pres. . Treasurer . Secretary . A.A. Repres. . . . Ed Bailey Rona Harrington . Francis Cook . . Miriam Race Edward Wineburg Cook, Harrington. Wineburg, Mr. Albright, Race Bailey Swuo’i' President . Vice-Pres........ Treasurer . Secretary .......... A.A. Repres. . OjtficsAJL . Jack Reichard . . Ed Bailey . . Jim Loder Lois Wheatland Louis VollrathJUNE L. ADAM General Member of Dramatic and girls' Etiquette clubs. Known for her blue convertible. Likes knitting. Plans for college and a career as fashion designer. MARIE L. AMBLER Commercial Lee. Very much alive. Captain of girl cheerleaders. Girls’ Etiquette, Style, Job-Finding, and Glee clubs. Likes embroidery, dancing, driving. Intends to be a secretary. BEATRICE M. BATES General Bea. Quiet and shy. Secretary of Style club. Girls' Glee club and A Cappella choir. Likes art and music. Plans to be a nurse. HORACE E. ALLEMAN, JR. Classical Ted. Drum sergeant in band. Vice - president of Golf club. Double Trouble. Local History and Chess clubs. Honor student. Oracle. Yearbook. Likes horses, girls. Plans to go to P.M.C. EDWARD A. BAILEY Classical Ed. Senior B president. Senior A vice-president. Srudent Council treasurer, president. Captain of cross-country. Abingtonian sports editor. Yearbook editorial board. Civic Attitude award. Track, basketball. Follows the races. Will attend Drexel. NANCY M. BEALE General Beale. Good-natured. Fun-loving. Etiquette club. J.F.E. Best known for her Green Hornet. Ambition —to live out West. Sept- 6, 1939 — J’iAdt thjisuL-ipuVL da A, gjvwUjl.. FREDERICK J. BECKER General Easy-going. Christmas play. Current Events and Dramatic clubs. Plays trumpet in band and orchestra. Germantown Symphony orchestra. Has good job waiting for him when he graduates. ROBERT D. BIGELOW Classical Bob. Letter in track. History club. Cross-country team. Interclass run award. Double Trouble. Yearbook. Nonchalant. Abingtonian. Debate club. Photography enthusiast. Plans to join Air Corps. AMELIA L. BIAGI General Amy. Peppy. Leader at Girls' High. Student Council. Yearbook. Gondoliers. Double Trouble. A Cappella choir. Modern Dance club. Monogram for basketball. Hobbies—books, dramatics, gym work. Future physical education teacher. Excellent in apparatus work. RICHARD T. BILLIAR General Dick. Transferred from Lewistown in junior year. Swimming and tennis. Chess club. Likes sports and driving. Plans to study mechanical engineering. 27FLORENCE M. BINDER Commercial Flossie. Typist for Ablnqtonian. Library and Etiquette clubs. Enthusiast in secretarial field. Plans to go to business school before working. EVA BORDIN Classical Intelligent. Capable. Honor Roll in sophomore year. Latin. Readinq clubs. On basketball squad. Ambition—to see the Grand Canyon. Plans to attend college. Good student. JOSEPH A. BRAUN Engineering Nanchalant Joe. Baseball manager. Member of Stamp and Chess clubs. Likes photography. Plans to go to college. HOWARD BLANDAU Commercial Bud. President of Nature club. Likes hitch-hiking. Known for his spirit at games. Plans to become a business man. TOM BOWEN General Tom. Tall. dark, brusque in manner. Minstrel Show. Helper in English stockroom. Aptitude for mechanics. Will go to work after graduation. JEANNE BRISBIN. General Briny. Cheerful. Fun-loving. Dramatic. Bowling, Reporters' clubs. Chairman. Etiquette club. Oracle. Yearbook. Swimming manager. Student coach, senior play. Likes riding and knitting. Noted for penmanship and noise. Ambition—social service worker. IOhsudA, qAinxL in, miv AkopA. JAMES R. BROADUS Vocational Jimmie. Ready smile. Junior varsity football letter. Twirls baton for American Legion band. Ambition—to lead a band of his own. JOHN W. BUTCH Vocational Lefty. Cross-country varsity, three years. Participated in Physical Fitness cross-state run. Vocational and Golf clubs. Plans future in aviation. Sportsman. ROBERT B. BUCKIUS. JR. General Bob. Good-natured. Quiet. Student Council. Junior varsity football letter. Stamp. Electric, Science and Sports clubs. Interested in radio. Plans to become draftsman. NICHOLAS G. CANNOE Commercial Nick. Interes ed member of Radio. Art. and Aviation clubs. Likes to hunt and draw. Very quiet. Hopes for office job. 28JAMES J. CARLIN General Jim. Bashful blusher. Cross-country varsity letter and monogram. Wrestling team. Classroom artist. Future cartoonist. Plans include art school next year. JACK CARR General Cross-country. Oracle and Yearbook staffs. Current Events club. Interested in swing records drums. Exciteable. Plans enlisting in Army, then college. Ambition— playwright. RICHARD J. CHELL Classical Dick. Checker and Debate clubs. Intere;‘ed in playing the organ and piano. Shy. Ambition—algebra teacher. ZANE B. CAROTHERS General Z. B. Cross-country monoqram. Radio and Science clubs. Second bass in A Cappella choir. Boys' Glee ci'jb. National Rifle Association. Future draftsman. Appreciates a subtle joke. ELEANOR R. CELLUCCI Commercial Industrious. Dependable. Honor Roll. Reporters’, Library, Art clubs. Worked in library. Medal for mathematics. Enjoys roller skating. Hopes to do office work. ELIZABETH L. CHILD General Lou. Curly hair. Always smiling. Likes music and art. Glee and Craft clubs. Fun-loving. Hobby— collecting miniature dogs. Hopes to attend college. 71m). 7 — voisL t new qijjrL. ETHEL B. CLARK Classical Dependable. Hard worker. Member of Latin and Glee clubs. Interested in music and photography. Wants to fly an airplane. Plans for college course. WILLIAM J. CLARK. JR. Engineering Bill. Student Council. Wrestling manager. Trombone in band. Double Trouble. Auto and Mathematics clubs. Interested in beautiful women and wrestling. Future chemical engineer from Lehigh. JAMES B. CLARK Scientific Jim. Current Events club. Plays trumpet, violin, and saxophone in band and orchestra. Known for swing music talk and small band jam. Hobby — making records. Ambition—arranger. J. ALBERT CLARKE General Came from Tech hiqh school. Washington. Honor Roll student. All-Southern orchestra. Plays violin and flute. Boys' Glee club. Future chemical engineer. 29FRANCIS J. COOK Engineering Cookie. Student Council. Basketball and baseball letters. Sports, Current Events, and Printing clubs. Noisy. Ambition—engineer from Drexel. DOROTHY L. CRAYTON General Sug. Congenial. Pleasing personality. Likes driving, knitting, dancing. Plans college next year. Undertaker in the making. ALICE A. CORNELL Commercial Corky. Helpful redhead. Student Council. Secretary, Library club. Girls' Etiquette and Visiting clubs. A Cappella choir. Girls' Glee club. Ambition—secretary. FREDERICK R. CUNNINGHAM General Buck. Lanky. Carefree. Curly head. Varsity soccer, tennis, basketball. President of Checker club and senior B homeroom. J'sb. 16, 1%0 — SophA, Awhup at ddqhiaruL JwpL. PAUL M. DANIEL Scientific Dependable. Cute. Cheerful. Baseball manager. Nature, Radio, and Science clubs. Known around school for his collection of snakes. Interested in animals. Future herpetologist. NORMAN C. DANKELMANN Engineering Subtle. Musically inclined. Plays violin in the orchestra and clarinet in band. Known for swimminq ability. Plans to be a draftsman. MARGARET M. DOMBROW Home Economics Peggy. Talkative and witty. Modern Dance club. Etiquette club. Will go job-hunting. HERMAN A. DANIELS Vocational Herm. Ever willing. Star end on grid team. Auto and Sports clubs. Interested in automobile and airplane engines. Ambition—a good mechanic. MARIE A. DAY Commercial Cheerful. Typist for J.F.E. Honor Roll. Etiquette, Visiting, and Library clubs. Plans to study at business school to be a secretary. THOMAS A. DONOHUE General Tom. Football enthusiast. Varsity center. Vice-president of junior class. Alternated between Auto and Sports clubs. Future football coach. 30MAUR N. DUBIN Classical Talkative. Varsity letter, cheerleading. Glee club. Elizabethan Singers. Debate club. Yearbook. Vice-president, Reporters' club. Christmas play. Patience. Gondoliers. Abingtonian. J.F.E. Plans for Penn State. First two and one-half year graduate. Prolific journalist. ALICE A. EARLE Home Economics Demure. Style club. Likes to collect menus. Helps in cafeteria. Wants sales clerk job. JOHN A. EASTON General Johnnie. Everybody's friend. Back-field ace. Chosen as most valuable player on 1940 championship football squad. All-Suburban team. Varsity basketball and baseball. Basketball captain. Junior class A. A. representative. Plans to study law at Ohio State. MARY M. EHRSAM Commercial Blondie. Ambitious. Good-natured. Basketball. Student Council. Visiting, Camping Arts, and Etiquette clubs. Hobby-collecting novelty pins. Ambition—to be a stenographer. 7 1ai 9 — Offidjcddu JbJiwL qJwuuruL qjyjnnamuvL. MILDRED M. EICHMANN Commercial Midge. Full of fun. Etiquette club secretary. Abingtonian typist. Student coach, senior play. Hobbies —photography, stamps, and swimming. Ambition—work, then marriage. GEORGE B. ERMENTROUT General Sensayuma—this boy has it! Trombone virtuoso in band for three years. Drives rare vintages of automobiles. After studying at Penn, plans to become a lawyer. DONALD E. FARENWALD General Ted. Friendly and good-natured. Varsity tennis, soccer, and basketball. J.F.E. sportswriter. Played saxophone in band and orchestra. Minstrel Show. Interested in architecture. traveling, and his car. ROBERT W. EITZEN Engineering Lanky Bale. Student Council. President of Debate club. Double Trouble. Hobby—farming. Oracle staff. Hopes to enter Annapolis after graduation. LOUIS J. FANELLI General Lou. Quiet. Friendly. Likes all sports. Member of Sports club. Monogram in basketball. Outstanding salesman. Tops in A. A. and faculty play ticket sales. FLORENCE M. FINLEY Commercial Floss. Conscientious. Friendly. Honor Roll. Library, Visiting clubs. Abingtonian typist. Hopes to be a secretary. Capable library assistant. 31NICHOLAS W. FISCHER. JR. Vocational Nick. Carefree. Active member of Printing club. Cross-country team. Ambition—to work in a printing shop. JOHN J. FITTON Commercial Jack. Best known for his black and blue Chevrolet coupe. Builds model airplanes in spare time. Enjoys baseball. Would like to fly an airplane. DANIEL R. FISHER Engineering Dan. Sergeant in band. Oracle. President of Checker club. Plays baritone horn in band. Varsity swimmer. Double Trouble. Bowling club. Conscientious. Future engineer. I. DORIS FLURER General Songbird. Patience and Marriage of Nannette. Elizabethan Singers. Interested in musical activities. Plans to attend nursing school. Future Florence Nightingale. S fzL. If — (Bonawii jcfaducaicA. nsuo D qarL. M. ELAINE FOSTER Home Economics Lai. Came to A.H.S. from Immaculate High in junior year. Writes poetry. Travel and Style clubs. Basketball squad. Aspires to be secretary. CATHERINE M. FULGINITI Commercial Typist for J.F.E. Interested in playing the piano. Wants to be a secretary. Plans to get a job in an office next year. FRANK L. FRANKENFIELD. JR. Engineering Jolly. Happy-go-lucky. Varsity football and baseball. President of Stamp club. Hopes to fly in Army or Naval Air Corps. JEAN C. GARDNER General Jeannie. Willing. Artistic. Craft club secretary. Style club. Varsity swimming. Double Trouble. Hobbies—horseback riding, ice-skating, and sketching. Ambition— costume designer. Plans to go fo art school. EDWARD B. GELLERT Classical Ed. Clever cartoonist. Student Counc Abingtonian co-editor. Honor Roll student. Panel speaker at C.S.P.A. Drexel convention. Double Trouble. Harvard award. Art and editorial staff of Abingtonian. Art staff of Oracle and Yearbook. Outstanding in riflery. WILLIAM E. GESSNER Scientific Bill. Inventive. Glee club. A Cappella choir. Elizabethan Singers. Trombone in band and orchestra. Plans to enter School of Optometry. Known for "Rube Goldberg" inventions. 32FRANK R. GIBBONS General Gibbons. Quiet. Unassuming. President of Golf and History clubs. Racing fan. Giants rooter. Intelligent. Ambitious to enter business world but may join Army Air Corps. KERMAN N. GLASER Scientific Monogram for track in junior year. Trumpeter in band. Hopes to become a scientist or musician. MARGARET T. GINDER Commercial Peggy. Pleasing personality. Constant member of Student Council. Secretary of Theater club. Etiquette club. Plans to go to business school. JAY GLENDENNING Commercial Conscientious. Resourceful. Art. Craft, Business clubs. Consistent Honor Roll student. Future stenographer. Makes airplane and ship models. Enjoys sports. Best known for art work. $AjlcL azpJtauL Uotovodtlc fifi L jcIoaa, pAMduis JEANNE M. HABHEGGER General Habby. Cute. Popular. Swimming captain. District diving champ. Patience. Elizabethan Singers. Double Trouble. Etiquette dub secretary. Girls' Hi-Y. Student Council. Ambition—to lead championship swimming team. RUSSEL D. HARRAR Scientific Russ. Amiable. Bashful. Student Council. Junior varsity football. Sports, Etiquette, and Current Events clubs. Plans prep school next year. Ambition—geologist. BLANCHE P. HOFSTETTER General Dependable. Pleasant. Honor Roll. Chorus of Gondoliers. Golf, Latin. Travel, and Etiquette clubs. A Cappella choir. Elizabethan Singers. Future piano teacher. EDWARD G. HARLEY, JR. General Ed. Sophomore secretary of Nature club. Takes life easy. Interested in sports. Wants newspaper circulation job. RONA M. HARRINGTON Classical Student Council. Civic Atti’ude awards. Junior class secretary. Senior vice-president. Cheerleader. Abingtonian. Yearbook. Honor Roll. Hi-Y president. Elmira college award for outstanding girl. President of German and Latin clubs. DOLORES M. HOLLINGSWORTH General Dee. Class dancer. Known for specialty dances at proms. Glee club. Double Trouble. Likes making clothes. Hopes for designing career. Nice personality. 33HAROLD E. HORST Commercial Pinto. Dry humorist. Independent. Wrestling, Automobile, and Nature clubs. Hobbies — photography and sports. Ambition— bookkeeper. Plans to tour the United States. ELEANOR HUMES Home Economics El. Monogram in basketball. Member of Dramatic, Style, and Caravan clubs. Secretary of Style club. Likes swimming and skating. Wants to be a dietitian. JOHN R. JANKE Commercial Johnnie. Football. Wrestling. Wrestling letter. Sports. Auto clubs. Attended St. Joseph’s Prep before coming to Abington. Future C.P.A. Always joking. NANCY HOUPT General Popular blonde. Student Council. Honor Roll. Cheerleader. Girls' Hi-Y. Double Trouble. Plans include college. Ambition—to see the world. SAMUEL G. HUNSICKER Vocational Sam. Rabid radio fan. Officer of Radio club. Noisy. Well liked by classmates. Plans career in electrical field, but may join Armv Signal Corps. GRACE R. JENKINS Commercial Gracie. Lively. Varsity basketball. Member of Current Events, Etiquette clubs. Enjoys movies and cokes. Looks forward to working next year. Qarv. 17, 1W — (RsjcL, U)hiisL, (BIlul — ami ShsiMsL, ioo. ELIZABETH L. JOHNSTON Commercial Betty. Attended secretarial conferences. Hobbies — skating, movies. Wants to be a secretary. Plans to work next year. MARIE E. KALLENBACH Commercial Attended Bensalem high for one year. Collects sport postcards. Basketball. Enjoys nature subjects. Hopes to become a typist. Plans to work next year. JAMES H. JONES Engineering Jim. Likeable. Fun-loving. Cute. Golf and Sports clubs. Crosscountry. J. V. baseball. Hobby— sports. MARIE P. KAUFMANN Classical Pleasing personality. Oracle art staff. Art club vice-president. Craft club president. Swimming squad. Girls’ Hi-Y. Best known for height and outstanding art work. Future artist. 34THOMAS C. KEARNS Vocational Tom. Friendly. J.F.E. Glee club. Travel and Checker clubs. Enjoys basketmaking and camping. Wants to be a ship engineer. Will enroll on Merchant Marine school ship. ROBERT W. KLITSCH Vocational Bob. Long and lanky. Member of Auto and Machinist clubs. Makes a hobby of aviation. Aspires to be a machinist in the Navy. RAYMOND B. KNORR General Ray. Argumentative. Captain of cheerleading squad in senior year. Golf, Local History clubs. Senior play. Future sales manager after Temple. Likes to meet people. EDWARD C. KUNE, JR. Scientific Ed. Pleasing personality. Nonchalant. Etiquette and Current Events clubs. Football. Christmas play. Hobby—collecting football tickets. Ambition—business man. HELEN C. KLOSTERMAN Commercial Chris. Keen sense of humor. Style club. Reading club vice-president. Talent show. Hobbies —riding and having a good time. Abingtonian typist. K IDA LANDENBERGER Classical Ida. Well liked. Dependable. Abingtonian. Yearbook. Student Council. Reporters’ and Latin clubs. Hi-Y. Patience. A Cap-pella choir. Plans college. Enjoys travel and swimming. OdL. — kndiu cLaAA, amL Stud nl faunal. HENRIETTA H. LATTA General Benny. Attractive blonde. Mischievous. Varsity hockey. Dance, Style, and Etiquette clubs. Double Trouble. Collects autographs. Likes sports. Plans to go to William and Mary college. ELIZABETH A. LEONHARD Classical Patsy. Attractive. Grand pal. Student Council. Double Trouble. Sketch, Latin, and Etiquette clubs. Hi-Y. Yearbook editorial board. Ambition—marriage. Plans to go to junior college. CHRISTINE E. LEUF Scientific Chris. Plays oboe in band and or-r estra. Honor Roll. Oracle editor. A Cappella choir. Double Trouble. Elizabethan Singers. Basketball manager. German club. Likes astronomy, baseball. Ambition—research chemist. A. MARCIA LEVERING General Marcia. Pretty and peppy. Stylo club president. Dance club. Girls’ Hi-Y. Double Trouble. Varsity hockey and tennis. Hobbies— sports and clothes. Plans college next year. 35DONALD M. LEWIS General Don. Gay and untroubled. Cornet player in band and orchestra. Elizabethan Singers. School radio program. Rides horses and listens to music in spare time. Would like to be horse trainer. JAMES A. LODER General Jim. Good-looking. Likeable. Hails from Clark Summit high school. Outstanding record there. Football. Basketball. Class treasurer. Ambition—naval officer. MARIE LOUISE LOUCHHEIM General Susi. Vivacious. A Cappella choir. President of Dance club. Oracle. French club prefect. Girls’ Hi-Y. Devotee of dancing, diving, and golf. Varsity hockey. Junior treasurer. Plans to go to college. JUNE H. LIVINGSTON Home Economics Spent one-half year at Frankford high school. Enthusiastic member of Style and Etiquette clubs. Collects knicknacks and designs clothes for hobby. Would like to design clothes or become model. BRUNO P. LORUSSO Vocational Hawk-Bee. Enjoys midget auto races and movies. Ambition—golf professional, own a midget auto, work in a pro shop. MARGARET F. LUKENS Commercial Peggy. Pleasant and agreeable. Library and Job-finding clubs. Collects photographs. Enjoys ice-skating. Typist for Abingtonian, Oracle, Yearbook. Hopes to become a stenographer. 3sib. 1%2 — (RsikhahtL cJudasm. pMAid nt. EMILY K. MacMINN Home Economics Mickey. Varsity basketball. Travel and Style clubs. Always talking. Likes movies, skating. Wants to be dietitian. DORIS E. MILLER Commercial Dot. Good-natured. Cheerleading squad. Theater, Current Events, Camping Arts, and Style clubs. Collects war maps. Wants to work as secretary. WARREN E. MATTES Vocational Member of Auto club. Golf, swimming, and hunting enthusiast. Ambition—to get a job. FRED D. MILLER Vocational Auto club. Interested in hunting and traveling. Plans to be Navy electrician. 36VIRGINIA R. MILLER Commercial Ginny. Dependable. Conscientious. Dance and Etiquette clubs. Camping Arts club treasurer. Likes ice-skating and books. Ambition—F.B.I. accountant. Hopes to fly an airplane. MARGARET M. NELIS Commercial Mimi. Reserved. Typist for J.F.E. Style, Travel, Library, Reading clubs. Hobby—reading. Hopes to become a good stenographer. LENORE W. NEWMAN General Lenny. An optimist. Cheerleader— junior, senior years. Theater, Local History, Glee clubs. Interested in astronomy. Plans for business college. Future secretary. Lots of pep. CHARLES H. MOORE Engineering Dinty. Good-natured. Swimming manager. Three years’ track. Senior play. Oracle. Elizabethan Singers. A Cappella choir. Patience. Gondoliers. Reporters' and Theater clubs. Likes photography, writing, and singing. Ambition—successful author. LLOYD A. NELSON Vocational Auto club. Enjoys sleeping and driving a car. Plans to get a job. MINNIE E. NORRIS General Min. Travel, Craft, and Caravan clubs. Friendly and quiet. Plans business school next year. Wants to be a civil service typist. dpAii 2k, 25 ‘(DoublsL JhoubisL' dmibicA- upL mutuincsL. PHYLLIS J. OXMAN Classical Phil. Talkative. Inquisitive. Honor Roll. Gondoliers. The Zealot. President, Theater club. Double Trouble. Latin club. A Cappella choir. Elizabethan Singers. Interested in dramatics and music. Future social service worker. MIRIAM J. RACE Home Economics Student Council. Secretary of Senior B class. Style and Arts clubs. Abingtonian writer. Collects stamps. Wants to work as a dietitian. MARY A. PARKER Commercial Quiet. Shy. Camping Arts, Library. and Job-finding clubs. Enjoys reading. Ambition—to be a secretary. M. JUNE RANDOLPH General Quiet. Member of Style and Theater clubs. Enjoys clothes designing and knitting. Ambitious to become a private secretary. 37BARBARA O. REEVE General Easy-going. Took part in Glee Club concert. Member of Dramatic and Modern Dance clubs. Plans to go to William and Mary college. JULIUS O. REUTEMANN, JR. General Choo. Lazy. Talkative. Formerly went to Frankford high. Current Events, Golf, and Sports clubs. Likes basketball and golf. Plans prep school next year. JOHN F. REICHARD Classical Jack. Student Council. J.F.E. Abingtonian co-editor. Yearbook editor. Cheerleader. A Cappella choir. Elizabethan Singers. Double Trouble. Honor Roll. Latin consul. German club president. Chairman at Columbia and Drexel conferences. Senior A president. Interested in politics. Future lawyer. MARY E. ROBINSON Commercial Congenial. Ambitious. Junior secretary. Library club secretary. President of Camping Arts club. Hobbies — taking pictures of friends and playing the piano. Ambition—to be a good secretary. Wxa 21 — SpoiliqhJL orL AonioA. fiAnjexhu. REGINA F. ROGERS Home Economics Jean. Friendly. Camping Arts, Style, and Library clubs. Patience. Glee club. Likes reading and sewing. Ambition—to become a singer. E. JANE SCOn Classical Scotty. Hockey and basketball star. Participant in Student Council Talent Show. Ambitions—to teach gym, to go to college, and to live on a ranch. BETTY CLAIRE SMITH General From Teaneck high, where she ranked high on honor roll. Plans to enter Swarthmcre College. Ambition—to be an aviatrix. MILDRED B. SCOTT General Scottie. Full of fun. Etiquette club president. Dance club. Hockey. Nice car. Interested in bridge. Plans to go to William and Mary. ROBERT A. SCOTT Commercial Serious. Philosophical. Dry humorist. Chess and Boys’ Etiquette clubs. President of Travel and Caravan clubs. Senior play. Ambition—to lead a healthy and happy life. DORIS M. SMITH General Dorr. Student Council. Sang in Patience, Gondoliers, Christmas programs. A Cappella choir. Elizabethan singers, and over radio. Hobbies—music, roller skating. Will study voice. Desires singing career. 38RUTH M. SNOWDEN Home Economics Petite. Member of Library, Comping Arts, Style, and Etiquette clubs. Enjoys roller skating, sewing, and reading. Ambition—to be a professional skater. FRANKLIN H. SPITZER, JR. Scientific Duke. J.F.E. writer. Attended Temple conference. Secretary of Mathematics club. Senior play. Ambition—lawyer. Interested in criminology. Plans for college. Loves to give advice. Good student. CHARLES E. SOHL, JR. Engineering Charlie. Soccer letter. Reporters', Writers, and Math clubs. Adviser to lovelorn. Interested in railroads and airplanes. Plans for college. Wants a million dollars. ELAINE E. STERNER Commercial Quiet. Conservative. Came from Pottsville high school. J.F.E. typist. Library, Style clubs. Enjoys crocheting and reading. Plans to be a secretary. TYlrn 29 — SsmisAiu, Awim at ajluccdaa£uL jpJwnL. CHARLES S. STERRETT Vocational Charlie. Student Council. Homeroom president in sophomore year. Drummer boy in band. Printing club. Will become apprentice at Frankford Arsenal after graduation. ALICE M. SWEISFURTH Commercial Pleasing personality. Student Council, three years. Style club secretary. Senior play. Reading club president. Glee club. Hobbies—dancing and having a good time. Ambition—buyer for a store. MARY B. THOMER Commercial Likes stamp collecting, crocheting, and sewing. Ambition—private secretary. Style, Library, and Reading club member. RUTH E. SWAN Commercial Swanney. Fun-loving. Good sport. Current Events club. Varsity basketball and hockey. 1940 Northeast Suburban hockey team. Hobbies—swimming and driving different cars. Ambition—to be a secretary. LUELLA TEMPLE General Louie. Always smiling. Formerly attended Middle Township high. Swimming team. Officer of Art club. Likes dancing. Noted for her long nails. Wants to be a nurse. MARGARET E. THOMER Commercial Member of Style. Travel. Library. Reading clubs. Enjoys dress-making and reading. Ambition—to be a dietitian. Plans for secretarial school. 39GLADYS O. THORNTON General Good-natured. Easy-going. Glee club. Swimming. Tennis manager. Secretary of Theatre club. A Cap-pella choir. Style and Etiquetfe clubs. Abingtonian. Yearbook. Double Trouble. Likes to dance, knit, and have fun. Future X-ray technician. LOUIS R. VOLLRATH Commercial Lou. Genial. Varsity guard. Student Council, three years. Civic Attitude award. Sophomore and junior class president. Hobbies— aviation and football. Ambition— to find a good job. Captain of 1941 gridders. Class A. A. representative. NELLIE E. WHALEN Home Economics Nelly. Member of Style and Red Cross clubs. Secretary of Camping Arts club. Likes to eat hot dogs and to dance. Has a mania for Pontiacs. BERNARD E. VINCENT General Ben. Quiet, hard worker. Auto club. Nature club member. Plans to study aviation. ROBERT S. WELDON Scientific Bob. Good-natured. Lazy. Swimming team. Track, cross-country. A Cappella choir. Elizabethan Singers. Etiquette and Math clubs. Likes to sleep. Wants to be an osteopath. LOIS E. WHEATLAND General Loiy. Attractive. Energetic. Three years on Student Council. Girls’ Hi-Y. Glee club. Travel, Style, and Theatre clubs. Hobbies— bridge and dancing. Senior class secretary. Likes Fords. Junior Fourth Estate editor. Qwvl Ify — UcApsjc Saavicsl inApiAQA, qAadimiaA,. MARGARET E. WHITAKER General Madge. Quiet. Pleasant. In chorus of Patience, Gondoliers. Glee club. Latin club. Plans to attend conservatory of music next year. Future piano teacher. ELIZABETH A. WILHJELM Classical Lit. Good-natured. Well liked. Yearbook. Latin. Reading. Reporters'. and Red Cross clubs. Earnest student. Interested in ice-skating. Ambition—to be a buyer. ELMER E. WILLIAMS Scientific Another toll boy. Cross-country letter. Track. Energetic. Collects pictures. Basketball squad. Took part in Pan-American assembly. Next yeor’s plans—to go to work. V HARRY A. WILLIAMS, JR. General Windy. Jovial. Good-natured. Two years at Springfield high. Member of Theater club. Interested in radio. Plans to take a P. G. course. Highest mark in Psychological Exam. 40 EDWARD C. WINEBURS Scientific Ed. Friendly. Dependable. Varsity football, three years. Varsity basketball and golf. Interested in sports. Plans college next year. Wants to be an aviator. JAMES S. YOST Jimmy. Class jester. Christmas plays. Gondoliers. Plays piano and organ in assembly. Double Trouble. Temple Conference. Clarinet in band. A Cappella choir. J.F.E. Elizabethan Singers. Wants to go to Oberlin. RAYMOND W. YOUNG. JR. General Ray. Played clarinet in band in freshman year. Hillbilly Band. Local History club. Collects pipes. Plans to be Bulletin District Manager next year. RICHARD D. WOLTMAN Classical Dick. Reserved. Dependable. Treasurer. Latin club. Current Events. Debate clubs. Stamp collector. Builds model railroads. Hopes to become a chemical engineer. HOPE E. YOUNG General Hope. The helping hand. Patience, Gondoliers. Craft. Style. Glee clubs. A Cappella choir. Likes housekeeping, sampler work. Loves onions. A future nurse. SHIRLEY M. ZIESCHE Home Economics Cooperative. Etiquette. Style clubs. Enjoys home economics, especially cooking. Hobby—entertaining. Served at dinners given in school and in cafeteria. Ambition—to become a hotel hostess. jlunsL 19 — fomMenjzem nt AirUiiiu cl new U{sl. WILLIAM C. ZIMMERMANN, JR. Commercial Bill. Airplane and Checker clubs. Herpetologist. Gave lecture in assembly on herpetology. Ambition—to own a snake farm in Florida. 41JANUARY JUNE Jack Reichard Rona Harrington Ed Bailey Lois Wheatland Jim Loder, Ed Bailey Marcia Levering Jimmie Jones Marcia Levering Jack Reichard, Ed Gellert Rona Harrington George Ermentrout, Jim Yost, Marie Louise Louch heim Bob Bigelow, Jim Yost Marie Louise Louchheim Fred Cunningham Jeanne Habhegger John Easton (unanimous) Jane Scott Jesse Taylor Anne Styer Jesse Taylor Jean Kistler Art Wannemacher Babs Herkness Allan Rogers Ruth Swartley Irwin Cairns Mildred Bornemann Did most for school Cutest Most serious Bill Cox Elizabeth Gold Noisiest Bob Hilliard Elizabeth Gold Dick Helms Alice Harrer Charlie Kern Doris Pfoertsch Eleanor Nehlig Paul Lachman Jane Hopper John Schneider Louise Schmutzler Jesse Taylor Jane Hopper Dick Helms Alice Harrer Anne Styer Paul Landis Roth Shelley Audrey Gary Bob Hilliard Jane Hopper Wittiest Romeo and Juliet Athletes Laziest Musicians Artists Dancers Class WritersTrack Manager In the Spring— Outward Bound Stag Party Williams Shows How U)fL '1L Wav l J' iqsL — Tutti Frutti and Rich No Riders?Qwiiifi. 0!iu Siutio'L $A. JUNIOR A OFFICERS President...................Richard Cook Stuart Stern Secretary....................Jean Hay Treasurer...............Robert Manzinger A.A. Repres. . . . Raymond Uccelletti SENIOR B OFFICERS President..................Robert C. Quay Vice-pres.................Marilyn Smythe Secretary.................Jane Rathgeb Treasurer.................Robert Bugel A.A. Repres..................Richard DoddsSophom iiL £ Qlabubu 46 Peanut Gallery Healthful Habit£ J{jwjvlsdcfs cSIDES that special democratic privilege—the right to choose his own course of study the Abington student advances in the classroom in the true Yankee way according to his own initiative and industriousness—and gains, as he climbs ever higher, the knowledge by Which he crushes ignorance, makes secure his nation's freedom, and preserves liberty for the world of tomorrow. 48 Lunch elpers prepare food. £xamination tests fitness. id to the injured, crunch builds bodies. reasurer collects cash, ale America—Their aim. Helpers Examination Hale America TreasurerWorkmen Must Figure Engineers Tomorrow Our Neighbors Speak Spanish Qnt lliq nt ShadsiAA {f L JonuMowHere Today, Job Tomorrow Housewives in Training Abington Trained Them Future Stylists Shorthand to Success Full Speed Ahead Spring Wardrobes No Ticlcee, No Classee (pJvajdtiazL Jhaininxc'XsuukhAhip ERE in school is the place where each one of tomorrow's men and women discovers the field in which he may display his talents best. Whether it be in publications, music, club activities, dramatics, or service organizations, the important thing is that through these living examples of democracy, the training fields for peaceful association with fellow neighbors and fellow nations, all work together for future success. K —SJbuudsunL fowuriL Demonstrates democratic action in homeroom and school . . . teaches parliamentary procedure through practice . . . utilizes practical government in meetings . . . builds leaders of the future . . . develops initiative . . . inculcates democratic feeling in student body . . encourages responsibility . . . Edward Bailey, president. First Semester Edward Bailey Barbara Herkness Ruth Swartley . . . Officers Second Semester ...PRESIDENT.............. Edward Bailey VICE-PRESIDENT............ Robert Quay SECRETARY........................ Lois Wheatland TREASURER................ James BaileyTeatime Jeanne on Duty Takes charge of information desk, rest room, and locker room—ushers at school affairs—members act as big sisters to new sophomores—conducts girls' assembly—members are examples of good marks and of leadership. £Lud)Au filwaijA. flopulcVL Knittin' for Britain Library Club at WorkHold That Pose! Clubs . . . student's chance to ascertain his avocation . . . range from bowling to badminton and from reading to radio . . . semi-monthly meetings . . opportunity for student leadership . . . cooperation in pursuing common interest . . . J. Shaylor Woodruff, faculty chairman. Edisons — 1950 Hot CopyELIZABETHAN SINGERS ORCHESTRA Music . . . sacred . . . martial . . . inspira-rational . . . merry . . . Christmas play . . . Carroll O'Brien, vocal music . . . Defense Concert, proceeds to Red Cross . . . L. B. Smith, instrumental instructor . . . patriotic pageantry, band motif . . . highest award in Cultural Olympics . . . music . . . courage for the job that faces us all! BAND(OhcunaiifuL Faculty players aided college-bound seniors with seventeenth scholarship play— Christmas play impressed all — January thespians capered through tale of high school newspaper—June class did madcap farce of maquerading gangsters—operetta offered opportunity for future stars. "Double Trouble" "Ever Since Eve" Operetta CastPubLuzalwtUL Cooperation .... Robert , Brisbin, Ooane, Swartley, dW-, U . , £ ' O t ' | Ot. OhadsL Encourages creative writing . . . inspires the best talents in the student body . . . Mystery issue brings thrills and chills . . . Health. Sports, and Patriotism, a progressive theme . . . Paul Landis, Ruth Swartley, Christine Leuf, editors . . . published twice a year . . . medalist in C.S.P.A. i Andenberqer. Durkin. Oughton, Gil bert Quay J. Dubin. Clover. Reichard Bigelow, Rathgeb, M. Dubin. Ready tor Mad.ng Derby Thornton, Neim n, Ba'lcy Winkler. Whitaker, Williams, Huriord. Ludwig. Co-editors OeadVine ear dbuiqhmiarL The free voice of the students . . . the Abingtonian . . . four pages of reflective editorials, up-to-the-minute news and sports, brilliant features . . . published three times a month . . . edited by Anne Styer. Jack Reichard, Edward Gellert, Robert Quay ... a frequent contest winner—with faculty guidance from Miss Katharine Miller and Miss Dorothy Cathell. News Staff Undi». SwartlW-Not in Pictures Jack Reichard Dan Dempster Claire Harvey Helen Klauder Jeroldyn Dubin Jane Scott Barbara Herkness Ruth Hegge Mildred Birsner Charles Earnest Robert Buckius Alfred Gilbert Qju tufi' JojuaJUi. fcjdcda t bington to local, city, and state Sends news telephoning, writing, interviewing publications . • keep staff busy school lifo • '-nd members represent all fields editors: Anne Styer. Irene Cox. , . sponsored by founder, Miss 61January Staff Roqerv Swa koUedaY. Gold. Tov'or' 19fy2 yjiWiboolL st M- Gold Welsh. J“ne Staff ' H „"X Sef,9rf' 0°» Y. W!lhialm. Wd, AHeman‘.ne en er °r' O'd, Leon- Editors Daniel M. Dempster, Jr. John F. Reichard Editorial Board Irwin Cairns, Jr. Irene Cox Paul Landis Anne Styer Edward Bailey Edward Gellert Rona Harrington Elizabeth Leonhard Photography John Lischy Stuart Stern James Boland William Branz Art Marie Kaufmann Jean Gardner Edward Gellert Jane Hopper Assistants Charlotte Colladay Elizabeth Gold Jean Kistler Allan Rogers Ruth Swartley Jesse Taylor Ted Alleman Amy Biagi Robert Bigelow Jeanne Brisbin Jack Carr Maur Dubin Ida Landenberger Gladys Thornton Typists Margaret Lukens Gladys Vandegrift Frances Welsh Ruth Hegge Marie Day Florence Finley Mary Parker Advertising Peggy Ginder Ruth Swan, assistant Circulation Jay Glendenning Principal...................E. B. Gernert Financial Adviser . . . . D. E. Krueger Art Adviser .... Kathryn P. Walker Photography .... Lilian J. Reichard Typing....................Alice F. Weaver Sponsor.....................Dorothy Cathell Assistant...................Helen M. ClarkSttowtfih' Democracy today demands healthy young men and women who can hold high the torch of liberty upon which vicious dictators are hurling mighty blows. On Maroon and White athletic teams, through intra-mural rivalries, and by physical training instruction, Abington's students are learning a fundamental American principle—the ability to cooperate as a group in a friendly manner toward the successful termination of a united effort. Gardo, Eitzen, Kline, Easton, Waeltz, Loder. Capt. L. Vollrath. Towill, Allen. Gregor, Buclcius, Broadus, Rogers. Kern, Wineburg, Hasenmayer, Daniels, T. Earnest, Donahue, Gibson, Morton. Confronted with only six letter-men, led by Captain Vollrath, and two weeks to prepare, Coach Snodgrass and his assistants turned out a well-balanced eleven, which lost by only one touchdown on each of the two occasions that it was defeated. The Ghosts were not quite the equal of Lower Merion, losing, 12-6, but the next game found them trampling Upper Darby, 32-7. After beating Episcopal Academy, 14-0, they lost to Chester, 6-0, in the last eight seconds, and then rose to vanquish Radnor, 26-0. The final 13-13 tie with Cheltenham completed the quarantine - abbreviated season and found Abington not far from the top of the Big Six. J ootJbaIL- cs SOJCC L Completing their twelve-game schedule with the best percentage in several years, the soccer team, sparked by Captain Keyes, took three in a row, including a league game with Haverford, before bowing to Lower Merion and Hill. Haverford returned to down the Ghosts, but they came back to defeat Hatfield and Whitpain. Four of the best games of the season were tie scores against Upper Darby twice, Lower Merion, and the Alumni. Thirteen seniors on the squad gave every team against whom they played more than a little trouble. Mgr. Taylor Cunningham Adams Dempster Blumenthal Sohl Landis Ullman Wacker Coach Gantt Helms Cairns Davies G. Chubb R. Chubb Wannemacher Capt. Keyes Gibson Moduu The girls enjoyed their best season in years as they swept to seven victories before suffering their lone defeat. With Captain Pfoertsch leading the way, the girls triumphed over Hatboro, Springfield, and Ambler before being scored upon by a fighting Norristown team, which they finally downed, 2-1. The girls continued the victory march at the expense of Jenkin-town, Hallahan, and Upper Merion. Fighting to the end, Abinqton lost to a powerful undefeated Cheltenham aggregation by a 3-1 score. Louchheim Hurford Nehlig Mgr. Abel Capt. Pfoertsch Taggart Coach Herzog Gold Swan Kistler Scott Latta Leveringto Bigelow, Butch, Schwalm, Carlin, Greenspan, Coach Smiley, Cox, mgr.; Williams, Jones, F oot, mgr.; Peck, Carr, Moore. Millham, Weldon, Phinney, Bailey, Fling. Qh AA- - QouniMj, Back into the ranks of Abington coaches came the veteran, Edwin U. Smiley, to tutor the cross-country team. Unfortunately these Galloping Ghosts could not cover the miles fast enough to get low scores so Captain Ed Bailey was never able to lead his team to a victory in any of their four meets. An unusually poor season saw the Grappling Ghosts successful in only two of eight dual meets. Coach Glenn R. Snodgrass and his matmen worked hard but were not able to gain the falls and decisions that would mean victory. In the District I championships, held in the new Abington gym, A. H. S. placed fourth. Tense Moment 1st row—Bauer. Dodds. Jones, Shook, Mgr. Clark, Coaches Heller and Snodgrass. 2nd row—Eggleton, Delaney, Kain, Walker, Luber-off, Kline. Boutcher, Horst, Dombrow, Chapman. Derby. 3rd row—Root, Durkin, Miller, Stevenson, Pilgren. Carlin, Smith, Janke, Earnest, Cook. 67 iBadJudbalL GIRLS' BASKETBALL With five wins and four losses, the girls' team, captained by Emily MacMinn, battled its way to top ranking among AHS winter sports teams. The outstanding game of the season was the one-point victory scored by Lower Merion in the last minute of play. Congratulations to Coacn M. Geraldine Mast for such success in her first year as varsity mentor. ff.i t Mqr. Franz, Marsh. J. Bailey. Lugar, Forker, Gilson, Butch, E. Bailey, Cunningham. Frankenfield, Towill, Loder, Wineburg, Willis, Cook. Capt. Easton Coach Erb Coach Mast. Mgr. Leuf. C. Rathgeb, Zackey, Zitzer, Bordin, Humes, Hallinger, Swan. Kallenbach. Ehrsam. Jenkins, Capt. MacMinn. Scott, Adams Nehlig. Pfoertsch. BOYS' BASKETBALL Playing a fourteen-game schedule, Coach George F. Erb's team celebrated the opening of the new gym with one of the best records in recent years. They gained a tie for the Old York Road Title by nosing out Cheltenham once and defeating Jenkintown twice. Other victims were Upper Moreland and Haverford. In recognition of his ability and leadership, John Easton was elected captain of the Ghost quintet. L. M. wins another Follow up! Two points!Swimming GIRLS' SWIMMING While the mermaids were unable to finish better than fourth in the Suburban League competition, Captain Jeanne Habbegger closed her outstanding interscholastic career, which began with the breaststroke championship in 1940, by winning the 1942 diving crown. Coach Helen M. Clark developed a team which won three meets by impressive scores. Another place in any one event would have turned two of the five losses to victories for the amphibian Ghost-ettes. Coach Clark Mgr. Brisbin. Capt. Habhegger, Gardner, Anderson, J. Eble, MacMillan, Evleth, S. Eble, Ballenberg, Thornton, Temple. MacFarland. Rickards, Dankelman. Billiar, Leonhard, Oughton, Fisher. Capt. Robinson, Kaufmann, Miller, Sutch, Quay, Mgr. Moore, Coach Dougherty. BOYS' SWIMMING Under their new coach, Walter E. Dougherty, the boys' team opened their season by sinking West Chester High. In spite of their fighting spirit and the scoring ability of Captain Art Robinson, the Maroon mermen were not able to gain another victory in the five remaining meets.Coaches Mast. Dougherty. D. Clark, Roberts, H. M Clark. Erb, Brunner. Coaches Seltzer, D. Snodgrass, S. Snodgrass, Gantt, Smiley. Rapp, Herzog Batter UP! Interference First down Have a mouthfulUthsLTL Qua, JsamiL $0 Out io (BcdtilsLiBaMbalL SUBURBAN CHAMPS UNDEFEATED IN LEAGUE I Strike Three! wmm • With the season completed, the Maroon nine not only is leading the Suburban One League, but is undefeated in all its games. There were only two lettermen when the squad reported for practice, but Coach George Erb has built a fast-moving team to support the "iron-man" pitching of John Easton, one of Abington's really great athletes.JsmmA, Ted Farenwald Manager C. C. Roberts Coach Alleman Jamison Spitzer Ullman Quay Billiar Parker Boland Towill BOYS' TENNIS Coach Charles Roberts was inducted into the Army just after the boys played their first match. With very little experienced material, the tennis team hopes to carry on for the coach and to give their best, "victory or defeat it be." Rathqeb Mignogna Joyce Hallmger Harvey Jessie Hallmger Scott Latta Wheatland Levering Miss G. E. Herzog Coach Gladys Thornton Manager GIRLS' TENNIS Indoor practice on the gym court because the courts were not in condition for play put the tennis team at a disadvantage, but under the able direction of Coach Gertrude E. Herzog, the girls got off to a victorious start. This team is expected to carry on the tradition of success built by teams of former years. CbidwJiiL 73 ARCHERY This will introduce the newest major sport to be added to the girls' athletic roster — archery. AHS girls have had a practice team for several years: now Coach M. Geraldine Mast is leading the team against major varsity competition. Good luck, girls!Abington is represented by another great golf team under the direction of Coach E. A. Brunner. Lower Merion was able to earn a tie, SUBURBAN CHAMPS but there are five brilliant matches already in the victory column. Coach Brunner, Uccelletti, Wineburg, Helfrich, Mafizinger, Lugar, Clem. Handicapped by the loss of their ace sprinter, Captain John Davey, the track team has been making every effort to come through. The Galloping Ghosts of Coach Dale Snodgrass show promise of putting Abington out in front once more in the interscholastic track world.Scientists at Work Oh, look! 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LARRY'S BARBER SHOP 127 York Road Next to Fire House Abington, Pa. Lawrence Ventresca Sanitary Service Official Inspection Station HOWARD NICE "Garage and Repair Service" Ogontz 2452 Residence 2362 York Road and Horace Ave. Abington, Pa. A BOOSTER AND FRIEND of ABINGTON SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLOgontz 3260 EDWIN F. THIES FUNERAL DIRECTOR 26 N. Easton Road, Glenside, Pa. GLENSIDE PHARMACY Arthur S. Levintow, Ph.G. Easton Road and Mt. Carmel Avenue Glenside, Pa. Visit Our Soda Fountain OGONTZ 1737 GUNN'S FANCY CAKES AND ICE CREAM Easton Road and Mt. Carmel Ave. Glenside, Pennsylvania Ogontz 508-W OGONT7 292 Free Delivery S. H. SPRINGER Fresh Meats — Vegetables — Groceries Everything for the Table 100 South Keswick Avenue Unity Frankford Store Glenside, Pa. Phone: Ogontz 3280-J Estimates Free MOONEY'S MOVING STORAGE, Inc. 24 E. Mt. Carmel Avenue MOVING and HAULING of ALL KINDS Long Distance Moving a Specialty Reference: Ask the People We Move Records — Music — Radio Tubes JAMES A. NASSAU 8 E. Mt. Carmel Ave., Glenside, Pa. Phone: Ogontz 5958 Open Every Evening Phone: OGONTZ 1687 House Wiring—Electric Fixtures and Appliances Plumbing and Heating JOHN M. READING 218 Tyson Avenue, Glenside, Pa. Oil Burners and Fuel Oil Repair Work Estimates Furnished GLENSIDE WHOLESALE CO. Formerly Friedberg Brothers Co. 103 East Glenside Avenue Wholesale CANDY and TOBACCO GRACEY and STREEPER 29 EL Glenside Ave., Glenside, Pa. Bell Phone: Ogontz 402 Dependable Service in Roofing and Heating Good Workmanship for Over 26 Years GLENSIDE TOGGERY FOR MEN S BOYS 118 S. Easton Road, Glenside, Pa. B. C. Schwartz Open Evenings MODEL PRINTING CO., INC. GLENSIDE, PA. BROWN'S DAIRIES 172 Harrison Avenue Glenside, Pennsylvania OGONTZ 2954-W WEIR INC Realtor EASTON ROAD AND WHARTON POAO GLENSIDE. PA. Ogontz 1658 One Day Service No Shrinking, Odor, Stretching Lost Buttons or Belts MAX KARP 120 S. Easton Road Glenside CONGRATULATIONS! On This Splendid Edition KIRKLAND HARDWARE STORE Mt. Carmel Ave. Easton Rd. Glenside, Pa. Ogontz 0486 Open Evenings BRODY'S DEPARTMENT STORE Family Outfitters Since 1905 Glenside, Pa. TAYLOR SCHOOL BRYNER CHEVROLET "Distinctive Business Training” COMPANY Courses in STENOGRAPHIC — SECRETARIAL Cars of All Makes Serviced and AND Repaired MEDICAL SECRETARIAL WORK GUARANTEED OK'D USED CARS Registration Twice a Month Open All Year 525 Township Line, Elkins Park, Pa. FREE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Ogontz 172 Majestic 0265 1207 Chestnut St. Philadelphia, Pa. RITtenhouse 6434 Phones: Office: Ogontz 127 Night: Ogontz 7045 W A LEADING SCHOOL GLENSIDE ELECTRIC CO. OF BUSINESS TRAINING BRUCE M. WELLS ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES REPAIRS and INSTALLATIONS Banks College is nationally recognized as an outstanding business school— whose graduates have succeeded to a 10 E. Mt. Carmel Ave., Glenside, Penna. marked degree. Send for our program of Planned Business Training. Enroll now. Approved Pennsylvania Private Business School BUSINESS TRAINING for Young Men and Women GENERAL BUSINESS All Courses Day or Evening SECRETARIAL TRAINING specialized courses BANKS COLLEGE One, Two and Three Years t . ,0,e Day and Evening Courses Founded 1865 Sp.cial Summer Session OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION PEIRCE SCHOOL 1200 WALNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA Pine St. West of Brood Philadelphia. Pa. JOHN'S BARBER SHOP All American Service 78 North York Road Willow Grove John Tarkington, Prop. HOME REPAIRS Make no down payments, 3 years to pay. Free Estimates. No Obligations. Member Johns-Manville Housing Guild. We also furnish material if you do your own work. Willow Grove Lumber and Coal Co. Willow Grove, Pa. Phone: W. G. 500 EDDIE'S FOOD MARKET FANCY GROCERIES — FRESH MEATS FRUITS — VEGETABLES 46 York Road, Willow Grove, Pa. Phone: Willow Grove 566 BELFATTI TAILORS 56 N. York Road Willow Grove, Pa. Willow Grove 9135 Willow Grove 264 Free Delivery PRIFOLD'S DELICATESSEN Welsh and Easton Roads, Willow Grove Meats — Fruits — Produce — Groceries W. C. HALDEMAN REAL ESTATE Harleysville Auto Insurance Phone 376 Willow Grove, Pa. MILLER DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTIONS — GIFTS — VITAMINS Willow Grove, Pa. Willow Grove 46 or Ogontz 735 Insurance W. CLYDE GOURLEY Incorporated REALTORS York and Welsh Roads Willow Grove, Pa. MARK SING HAND LAUNDRY 74 N. York Road Willow Grove, Pa. JOHN SCHAMENEK SUNOCO SERVICE York Road and Decatur Avenue Willow Grove Bell Phone: 9197 IDEAL BEAUTY SHOP 34 North Road M. Schiesser, Prop. Willow Grove,, Pa. DR. IRVING B. FINK DENTIST Willow Grove, Pa. A. SCALFARO SHOE REPAIRING Reasonable Rates 421 S. York Road Call W. G. 880 Willow Grove 834 Free Delivery JOHN MARINO 411 Easton Road Willow Grove, Pa. Fruits, Vegetables, Poultry, Fresh Meats Imported and Domestic Groceries I. L. RUSH SONS, INC. FIRESTONE SALES and SERVICE BODY and FENDER REPAIRS Willow Grove, Pa. Phone 93 At Reading Station WILLOW GROVE DINER Easton and York Roads Good Home Cooked Food Table and Booth Service Open 24 Hours C. S. Pratt, Prop. Frank Miller, ManagerDamp Wash—Soft Finish—Finished Family Service DRY CLEANING GLENSIDE LAUNDRY 33 and 35 East Glenside Ave. Glenside, Pennsylvania Phones: OGONTZ 4100-4101 OGONTZ 6996 KESWICK CYCLE SHOP Rich Norman, Proprietor We Specialize in Bicycles Saws and Lawn Mowers Hobby Supplies — Model Airplanes N. EASTON ROAD Glenside, Pennsylvania BENJAMIN RAU VETERINARIAN Jenkintown Road Abington Avenue GLENSIDE PENNSYLVANIA FOR ALL YOUR TABLE NEEDS SHOP AT THE Keswick Self Service Market 321-323 N. EASTON ROAD Glenside, Pennsylvania SAVE 10 to 30 PERCENT ON QUALITY FOODS OGONTZ 989 CASA CONTI JOSEPH CONTI, Proprietor Easton Road and Jenkintown Road Glenside. Pa. FAMOUS FOR FINE FOODS Excellent Service REGULAR DINNER—50c FRED A. SCHUENEMANN PHARMACIST 115 E. Mt. Carmel Avenue Glenside Ogontz 116 h e C ESWSC K IN GLENSIDE KOENIG'S The Rexall Drug Store GLENSIDECONGRATULATIONS MONTGOMERY COUNTY COURT HOUSE OFFICIALS FRED C. PETERS FOSTER C. HILLEGASS RAYMOND K. MENSCH Commissioners FRANK P. K. BARKER Controller EARL B. BECHTEL Prothonotary JOHN MARSHALL Recorder of Deeds MARY H. BEERER Treasurer WINSLOW J. RUSHONG CoronerWOMEN'S APPAREL Ogontz 4026 WASHING LUBRICATION RAYMOND S. GRAY. JR. Fox Chase Atlantic Service Pine Road and Oxford Avenue Philadelphia. Pa. Phone: PEL 9881 LEE TIRES EXIDE BATTERIES COMPLIMENTS of S. D. PETERSON CO. REAL ESTATE JENKINTOWN OGONTZ 6200 SUBURBAN HOMES INSURANCE — MORTGAGES A Complete Real Estate Organization ALFRED H. TRANK Jenkintown, Pennsylvania OGONTZ 3800 CAMERAS — FILMS PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT Photo Finishing Specialists JENKINTOWN CAMERA SHOP 310 York Road Hiram G. Larmon. Mgr. ESKIN'S WILLOW GROVE HARDWARE —PAINTS— Electric and Plumbing Supplies WILLOW GROVE, PA. Phila. Branch—4180-82 Germantown Ave. Records 15c each Radios — Refrigerators — Washers Time Payment Plan We Deliver Since 1920 Builder of Substantial and Attractive Homes WM. R. WALTON BUILDER 100 S. YORK ROAD Willow Grove, Pa. REPAIRS — ROOFING — PAINTING JAMES J. ALLDRED Sinclair Super Service York and Easton Roads Lubrication, Washing, Battery and Tire Service PHONE 9100HOLLYWOOD DRUGS Huntingdon Pike Fox Chase Rd. Hollywood, Fox Chase, Pa. The Store That Serves Old and Young Meet at Our Fountain ARMONS GYM and ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT 714 West Avenue Jenkintown, Pa. SQUARE DEAL MARKET GROCERIES — FRESH MEATS FRUIT and PRODUCE Township Line and Cadwalader Road Elkins Park, Pa. Free Delivery Ogontz 1032 FEDERAL INSURED SAVINGS ABINGTON BUILDING ASSOCIATION 750 West Avenue Jenkintown Ogontz 2625 Cheltenham 8738 CHARLOTTE'S BEAUTY SALON 818 Huntingdon Pike Charlotte Miller, Prop. Rockledge, Pa. MERIT CUT RATE 302 York Road Jenkintown Pennsylvania Mobilgas — Mobilubrication — Mobiloil SERVICE STATION Oxford 6 Burholme Avenues Fox Chase, Philadelphia Established 1865 Ogontz 72 W. C. FLECK £ BRO. INC. HARDWARE — HOUSEWARE HOME ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Jenkintown Pennsylvania J. M. SIMPSON 909 Gibson Avenue Hollywood, Pa. Groceries - Delicatessen - Cigars - Candy BULK — Breyers Ice Cream — PINTS We Solicit Your Private Orders For Ice Cream Ogontz 4630 DR. M. GRADESS VETERINARIAN York Road and Washington Lane Jenkintown D'ANDREA'S Huntingdon Pike and Penn Avenue Hershey's Ice Cream Megow's Models BOSWELL'S STATIONERY GREETING CARDS Whiting's Stationery — Lending Library 716 West Avenue Jenkintown, Pa. "Say it with Flowers" Phone PILgrim 3015 C. S. VAN WAVEREN FLORIST 400 Huntingdon Pike Funeral Designs Fox Chase, Phila. Commercial Social Stationery — Greeting Cards SHARPLESS STATIONERY SERVICE 727 West Avenue Jenkintown, Pa. Lewis S. Sharpless Ogontz 3250 DR. G. W. SPIES OPTOMETRIST AND OPTICIAN Personal Service Jenkintown, Ford Bldg. Phone, Ogontz 900 Office Hours: 9:30 A. M. to 5 P. M. Daily Evenings: Tuesday and Saturday, 7 to 9 P. M. Bell Phone: OGONTZ 30 Keystone: JENKINTOWN 2511 J. FRANK FLECK CO. HARDWARE 424 York Road Jenkintown, PennsylvaniaROSLYN SHOP DRY GOODS NOTIONS Roslyn, Pennsylvania KELLY'S GROCERIES and MEATS Roslyn, Pa. Ogontz 1981 ROSLYN GARAGE Esso Products Automobile Service Easton and Mildred Ave. Phone: OGONTZ 5039 Roslyn, Pa. LAWRENCE DRUG STORE Easton Road Roslyn, Pennsylvania ROSLYN PARK FLOWER SHOP Bradfield and Susquehanna Roads Quality Flowers — Reasonable Rates Cut Flowers — Potted Plants Funeral Baskets and Sprays OGONTZ 5128 ICE JOHN J. GALLAGHER OGONTZ 2956 EDWARD TOWILL FLORIST Easton Road Roslyn, Pa. OGONTZ 747-J Ogontz 3860 Estimates Furnished Suburban Home Improvements GENERAL CONTRACTORS HARRISON LYBRAND Roslyn, Pennsylvania NORMAN S. HENRY NORTHERN DISTRICT REALTY CO. Real Estate and Insurance Ogontz 4937 Ogontz 723-J Roslyn, Pennsylvania Ogontz 3461 Willow Grove 9145 WILLIAM BUSH UNITY-FRANKFORD GROCER Easton Woodland Roads Roslyn, Pa. Free Delivery Frosted Foods — Fresh Meats Glen Rosengrant Atlantic Service Gas — Oil — Tires Easton Road and Bradfield OGONTZ 5142 Roslyn, Penna. Phone: Willow Grove 344 FUNERAL WORK JOSEPH HATZING FLORIST Fresh Cut Flowers — Potted Plants 507 S. Easton Road, Willow Grove. Pa. Bell Phone, Ogontz 741 Res., Ogontz 199 JOHN F. BIERLIN ROSLYN MONUMENTAL WORKS Opposite Hillside Cemetery, Main Entrance Manufacturers of Cemetery Memorials Roslyn, Pennsylvania ROSLYN BARBER SHOP Roslyn, Pa. Ogontz 5406 - Willow Grove 708 - Delaware 7908 Guaranteed Work Ed Roy Automotive Renovating Heston Street West of Easton Road Roslyn. Pennsylvania We Repair Your Car or Truck at Your Convenience Give Us a Call — Towing — 24 Hour Service Phone: Ogontz 4999—If No Answer—Pilgrim 3977 A. 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