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DON NEIMAN VIVIENNE JUDY By gearing the school program to the needs of today, Abington High School is striving to prepare her students both for military service and for war industry. Yet Abington has held on to those basic subjects and disciplines that will make her graduates better citizens in the years of peace to follow the war. With this doulble purpose in m-ind, we, the classes of I944, have attempted to s-how in our Yearfbook Abington's Training for War and Peace. ly" Dr. Raymond H'. White, Superintendent T0 THESE OUR THANKS By their wise administration ot Abing- Zzaarcf ofgicfucalfion Albert W. Zackey, President Wm. Henry Holmes, Jr., Vice- president E. Wayne Jenkins, Treasurer J. Lewis Fretz William S. Armstrong Edward G. Zepp Wesley A. Clem Percival R. Rieder, Solicitor tNon- memberl Frederick W. Hill, Secretary lNon- memberl Raymond H. White, Superintendent ton Township schools, President Zackey and the members of the School Board and Superintendent White have enabled the boys and girls to do their part in today's war effort and to prepare for an even greater part in the post-war world. Dr. Hill, E. G. Zepp, E. W. Jenkins, J. L. Fretz, A. W. Zackey, Dr. White, P. R. Rieder, W. A. Clem, W. S. Armstrong, W. H. Holmes ilnsetl 5 l"l:l'LCL79d, During these days, busy and strained as they are, let me remind you of the words of John Kendrick Bangs: MT i 'win "The thing you lhink Moy be pen and ink. The thing you soy May be but verbal play. The thing you do- Thai"s YOU." May these words inspire you, day by day, to stand for what you know to be true and right. E. B. GERNERT Principal E. B. Gernert C'- 6lClfL AN APPRECIATION Witihout the leadership of Principal E. B. Gernert and the help of the fac- ulty, one important phase of the devel- opment of each student would have been lost in the last three years, dur- ing which we have seen ourselves ad- vance toward maturity. Realizing what we owe these men and women for pre- paring us to take our part in either- industry or the services, we wish to convey our deepest thanks to those who have been our guides, our instructors, and our friends. Principal--E. B. GERNERT Chairman of Athletics-E. U. SMILEY Dean of Girls-ZAIDEE G. WYATT Guidance Counselor-E. A. LISS-FELT History E. U. Smiley, Chairman J. I. Kreider Helen M. Clark E. A. Lissfelt Gordon S. Feller English Zaidee G. Wyatt, Chairman Gertrude L. Turner Katharine Miller Dorothy Cathell A. Donald Frantz Mathematics W. H. Albright, Chairman L. C. Swartz I J. S. Woodruff E. A. Brunner Languages Lilian J. Reichard, Spanish Catharine E. Lobach, Latin P. T. Gantt, French Edna S. Powell, German, Spanish Science M. B. Messinger, Chairman G. E. Burlington George F. Erb . George S. Gessner Commercial D. E. Krueger, Chairman Alice F. Weaver J. S. Furniss Jean M. La-mb Marion H: Bechtel Vocational Frank McClean, Chairman E. G. Wortman, Printing Ralph M. Wright, Drafting David Clark, Jr., Machine Shop Robert J. Rapp, Woodwork Lloyd R. Cole, Electricity Physical Education Glenn R. Snodgrass Gertrude E. Herzog M. Geraldine Mast Sanford Secor Household Arts Pauline E. Nunn, Chairman of Foods Jane V. Davis, Clothing A i Music T. Carroll O'Brien, Vocal Music Leonard B. Smith, Band and Orchestra Art Edith M. Milne Librarian Helen P. Briggs I n Q.. u I ' 'SFS . . L 4 A , W , ,A , , 11.-, A -if fy qu VW 4 "fx - ' ' wa ' ' X .-1 Q' "W, J Af I ' J.-Vg 1, V -.iQ ', , , .earn g J i :iff '. f ' .--1-ff . . .ran . - A .,q,'t' -f':". PM . -'ifqi-:V , '- -V T Lg:--. I g K- .,"-1:.f-jg, gf: ,TI 3' ai. f 533 F ' 'LH ., an 'if'-i'. . 5-, f 51 un. ' f ' 5 g g: ff -aa. ' .au A ' r x' '-" - -r 1 1' al .,. .,,,,G:k M - -r -ATI . 'y " .1 1. 13, F1 . 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A ..-:. frm 1 V xxx ' iq: ' " " 5 'f 9 i 1 f 5 'ltr E ,f J . 1 . , fl i. 1 1 r"" 1 P fl CQ---gl 1 """' "Mft", NR' Ex ' l mun-.n,..-1..4iwQM-w-f-.- 1 " if ETQWM- ..f. .aw -1--.-..-.-:EE-'H guess--was.--. vnu-imzxwzx-?'QL.?'Tg.S-1 :...-lf-lgwgjw--si JANUARY CLASS HISTORY January 31, 1941-123 bewildered sopho- mores enter Abington. February 21-Sophs get acquainted at an- nual party. October 3-Jean Day given gavel at first class organization. 'January 15, 1943 - War -brings about "Walk to the Junior Prom" as theme for dance. February--Ivory tickler, Don Reilly, chosen as Senior B class president. March 5-Jane Locker represents class at Victory Corps installation. September 6-Jim Krayer elected to lead seniors down last lap. September 15-Don Reilly presides over Stu- dent Council, while Walt Klumpp keeps its accounts. November 12, 13-Senior thespians put best foot forward in "Best Foot Forward." December 17-Class president crowns Jean Day queen of the winter prom. January 16, 1944-Reverend Robert D. Her- shey, of Glenside Lutheran Church, ad- vises seniors to "Get Rid of lt" at Ves- per Service, urging them to share their talents and knowledge. January 18-Frank Sinatra, Hamdrew Sis- ters, and other radio skits cause howls of laughter at Senior Class Night. January 21-Three graduates in uniform come home to receive diplomas. After honor students discuss how to win the war of ideas, 109 alumni go forth to meet the problems of tomorrow. JUNPE CLASS HISTORY September 29, 1941-Abington High greets the new sophomore class three weeks late because of the infantile paralysis quarantine. October, 1941-Ned Steel chosen to preside over the class, with vice-president Eve- lyn Engle, secretary Mary Fair, and Marilyn Adam, treasurer. Feibruary 20-Boys model bathing suits and glamorous gowns at the sophomore par- ty as each homeroom presents a skit. January 15, 1943-The 'Royal Knights give out with their rhythm at the Junior Prom. . September-Senior B's elect Arnold McKee president. February 3, 1944-Bill Dodson chosen as Senior A president after Arnold McKee deserts the office for the Army Air Corps. February 18-Senior wrestlers help team se- cure Nbington's first Suburban Cham- pionshi-p. February 26--The wrestlers go on to fur- ther glory as District l champions with Green winning deciding match. March 31, April 1--Spring arrives simul- taneously with the senior play, "And Came the Spring," with Mary Fair, Ruth Gibbons, Don Neiman, and Bill Forsyth in the leads. May 26-Seniors don their glad rags for their very last dance at Abington, the Senior prom. June 4-The class listens to words of wis- dom from the preacher at their Vesper Service at Carmel Church. June 6-Grads celebrate gala Class Night with mirth and music. June 9-Seniors say goodbye to their Alma Mater at graduation. 6ll'Llfl,d,l"g 64,555 orrlcsns N President-James C. Krayer, Jr. Vice-President4Michael Toth, Jr. Treasurer-Frank C. Fryburg . Secretary-Mildred M. Zitzer Athletic Representative-Walter C-. Klumpp, Jr. Adviser-P. T. C-antt To the class: The business of making history is a unique privilege. Historically, the January, l94-4, class graduates into an era of unparalleled opportunity and responsibility. Let each member fill his individual niche to capacity in meet- ing the challenge. A P. T. Gantt Class Floweh-Pink Camellia Class Colors-Green and White Class Motto-The harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph. ' --Thomas Paine. P. T. Gantt, sponsor, Krayer, Zitzer, Toth, Klumpp, Fryburg l l . H TT-T wi JAMES GILLIES 1 ARMY Jim . . . formerly stationed at Fort Eustis, Virginia . . . now at Camp Rucker, Alabama . . . star salesman and president of Stamp and Bond Club . . . Glee Club . . . wrestling man- ager . . . Temple conferences. CONRAD LUBKAY, JR. SEA BEES Connie . . . enlisted in Navy Construction Battalion . . swing drummer in Sea Bee dance band . . . was at Gulf- port, Miss .... took Marine training with commando tac- tics . . . graduated in voca- tional electric course . . . out for track . . . chief hobby- music. HAROLD T. BORELL ARMY Hap . , . private in Ordnance training at Aberdeen, Mary- land . . . left Abington in Jan- uary, l943 .. . generalcourse . . . liked photography and me- chanics . . . member of Auto Club. STANLEY JANNEY NAVY Tippy . . . Boot training at Sampson . . . attended Fleet Sound School . . . now lo- cated ot Naval Operating Base, Key West, Fla .... vo- cational course . . . held down baseball first sack . . . Print- ing Club president. ROBERT G. RODENHAUSEN NAVY Skipper . . . began life of a sailor July l2, I943 . . . in- itiated when crossing the equa- tor . . . now serving in South Pacific . . . plays saxophone . . . enjoys singing and read- ing. DAVID J. GOOD ARMY Dave . . . entered Army sum- mer of 1943 . . . stationed at Aberdeen Proving Ground . . . graduated in general course . . . color guard of band . . . expert dancer . . . collects cartoons . . . jovial and hand- some. JOHN R. WATSON ARMY Peck , . . went out for foot- ball . . . enjoyed buying and repairing old cars . . . carried out his hobby as president of Auto Club . . . vocational course . . . now stationed with Anti-Aircraft Section in San Francisco. I2 ROBERT DUNLAP NAVY Bob . . . in the Navy for near- ly a year . . . now stationed at Bainbridge Naval Training Sto- tion in Maryland . . . gradu- ated from Commercial course . . . played soccer for two years . . . sang with A Cap- pella Choir and Elizabethan Singers . . . served with chap- lain's department in Navy choir and as soloist. GEORGE FINLEY MERCHANT MARINE George . . . vice-president of Junior A clbss . . . Civic Atti- tude Award . . . A Cappella Choir . . . wrestling . . . drummer boy in band . . . Stu- dent Council treasurer . . . tennis champ . . . now a cadet in the Merchant Marine ln South Pacific. DOMINICK N. PILEGGI NAVY Mick . . . jitterbugging ball of fire . . . varsity football and basketball . . . Printing, Navy, and Sports Clubs . . . has traveled to British Isles in Navy . . . now on combat duty overseas. CHESTER A. BURTON GENERAL Chess . . . president of Model Plane Club . . . expects to en- ter Army Air Corps . . . Print- ing and Auto Clubs. JAMES D. CAMPBELL GENERAL Jim . . . that mischievous look . . . Dutch in "Best Foot For- ward" . . . saw Jap attack on Pearl Harbor . . . builds model airplanes . . . expects to be flying real ones soon. ELIZABETH J. COLLADAY ' CLASSICAL Student coach for f'Best Foot Forward" . . . lnternos . . . Library and Needlework Clubs . . . Betsy likes dogs and pi- ano . . . mans to attend Peirce Business College . . . girls envy her complexion. FREDERICK E. ALLEN SCIENTIFIC Fred . . . reliable . . . forth- right . . . basketball team . . . "Best Foot Forward" . . . al- ways ready to lend a hand . . . interested in stamp col- lecting and sports . . . expects to wear khaki soon. MARION H. BERRY COMMERCIAL . Quiet, good-natured . . . "Ab- ingtonian" typist . . . National Youth N.A.A.C.P, Conference . . . Commencement speaker . . . known for recitations of Negro poetry . . . hopes to at- tend college and work for bet- terment of her race. EVELYN F. BOISTON COMMERCIAL Evey . . . speedy J.F.E. typist . . . shy and quiet . . . loves toveat, knit, ride . . hopes to own a ranch . . . likes ani- mals . . . plans 'to take a sec- retarial position . . . Theater, Etiquette, Teletype Clubs. WALTER D. CAMERON SCIENTIFIC Bun . . . letters in baseball and basketball . . . Student Coun- cil as sophomore . . . never quiet . . . "Best Foot Forward . . . Naval Air Corps V-5 trainee. ELIZABETH L. CLYDE COMMERCIAL Betty . . . "Abingtonian" staff . . . A Cappella Choir . . . 'Elizabethan Singers . . . Chorus of "Marriage of Nannette" . . . runs switchboard . . . hopes to make good secretary . . . Theater, Travel, Caravan Clubs. DONALD J. DAY SCIENTIFIC 'Hunschen . . . the musical type . . . plays sox and clarinet . . . "Best Foot Forward" . . . radio broadcast veteran . . . inter- ested in photography . . . ac- cent expert . . . will enter col- lege as pre-med. I3 VIRGINIA M. ARNOLD CLASSICAL Nursing, her lifelong ambition . . . likes sports . . . Latin Club . . . archery team . . . 'First Aid squad . . . gym class leader . . . hopes to become Navy nurse. JEAN E. BOEHNER COMMEICIAL Jeanie . . . loves music . . . plays piano . . . will take sec- retarial position . . . quiet and dependable . . . spent half year at Olney . . . has beauti- ful eyes. EDMUND F. BOYLE GENERAL Ed . . . Chester in "Best Foot Forward" . . . out for track and football for two years . . . the lad with the accent . . . Sports and Printing Clubs . . hopes to join Navy. JOSEPH C. EURE VOCATIONAL Joe . . . winner of J. V. letter In football . . . champ of Ping Pong Club . . . generous . . . studious . . . expects to enter Air Corps or trade school. VIRGINIA P. FRANK GENERAL Pence . . . clever brunette . . . quick thinker . . . Honor Roll student . . . plays flute . . . "Oracle" . . . "Yearbook" . . . "Best Foot Forward" . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Elizabeth- an Singers . . . Commence- ment speaker . . . likes base- ball and music . . . Cornell next. EZRA GARFORTH, JR. ENGINEERING Bud...aruntof 6' 5"... reliable Student Council mem- ber . . . "Yearbook" . . . var- sity soccer player . . . always' a big help . . . Commence- ment speaker . . . member of Bowling and Sports Clubs . . . will enter V-12. JEAN E. DAY CLASSICAL Dependable . . . popular. . . three times Student Council representative . . . won three Civic AttEude Awards . . . president of class in sophomore and junior years . . . Com- mencement speaker . . . Snow Queen of Senior Prom . . . drum majorette . . . first con- sul of Latin Club. MARJORIE B. DJORUP GENERAL Marny . . . Honor Roll reliable . . . witty and popular . . . whiz at math . . . "Oracle" staff . . "Yearbook" . . . president of Latin Club . . . "Best Foot Forward" . . . won Elmira College award . . . Commencement speaker . . . Junior Historians . . . Temple Conference. FRANK H. EDGAR VOCATIONAL Varsity wrestler . . . capable grid end . . .physical fitness award . . . Doe . . . vice-presi- dent of Printing and Sports Clubs . . . likes girls . . . plans to enter service . . . hopes to retire young. KATHRYN C. EVLETH CLASSICAL Blonde Kitty . . . pretty and peppy . . . varsity swimmer and cheerleader . . . lead in "Best Foot Forward" . . . "Yearbook" . . . Commence- ment speaker . . . consul of Latin Club . . . Glee Club . . . plans to attend college. FRANK C. FRYBURG ENGINEERING Herman . . . ambitious. . . studious . . . senior class treas- urer . . . "Yearbook" . . . three years of basketball . . . "Best Foot Forward" . . . first place, Temple Mathematics contest . . . Commencement speaker . . . president of Stamp, Air Raid Warden, Chess Clubs . . . plans for State College. JANICE C. GRACEY GENERAL Jon . . . slim brunette . . . varsity cheerleader . . . "Best Foot Forward" . . . Glee Club . . . likes horses . . . plans to P. G ..... then will go to college . . . secret ambition, to get into WAVES. XI4 MARY D. DE MARZIO GENERAL Duchess . . . class artist . . . has painting in Congressional -Library in Washington . . . likes to jitterbug . . . boxing and wrestling enthusiast . . . Scholastic Art Award winner . . . "Oracle" . . . president of Art Club . . . will attend art school. JEAN C. EBLE GENERAL Jeannie . . . loves to swim . . . has won many awards . . . sings in Elizabethans, ,A Cap- pella, Glee Club . . . always smiling . . . "Best Foot For- ward" . . . college next year. MARY M. EMERICK GENERAL Member of Latin, Red Cross, and Knitting Clubs . . . enioys ice skating . . . hopes to be- come a secretary. G. ROBERT HARTLINE GENERAL Bob . . . likes to tease . . . scientific-minded . . . band monogram and letter . . . stage hand for "Best Foot For- ward" . . . plays tuba . . . Latin, Airplane Spotters, Bowl- ing Clubs . . . interested in medicine but enlisted in Army Air Corps. EVELYN HOUPT COMMERCIAL Blonde twin . . . Student Coun- cil . . . J. F. E. typist . .. chorus of "Marriage of Nan- nette" . . . Elizabethans . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Glee Club . . . likes to dance . . . friend- ly . . . ambitious to be o sec- retary. ELMER K. JARRETT, JR. GENERAL Hey Youl . . . from Frankford High . . . amicable . . . presi- dent of Plane Spotters . . . Junior Historians . . . clever writer . . . "Oracle" . . . "Yearbook" . . . known for corny wit . . . wants to make Army Air Corps if possible. ROBERT H. GRACEY SCIENTIFIC Bob . . . football squad three years . . . "Oracle" art staff . . . secretary of Golf Club . . . P.T.A. program . . . class magician . . . Army next year . . . girls think he's cute . . . do ladies prefer brunettes? F. RUSSEL GREENSPAN GENERAL Russ . . . J. V. letter in cross- country . . . Blueprint and Model Plane Clubs . . . inter- ested in real estate like his dad . . . member of A.C.E.R. JOSEPH P. HANLON GENERAL Joe . . . Printing, Checkers, and Auto- Clubs . . . interested in airplane mechanics . . . hopes to ioin Air Corps. HARRY L. GRASSER GENERAL Member of Old York Road Symphony Orchestra . . . Eliz- abethan Singers . . . A Cap- pella Choir . . . vice-president of Signal Corps Club . . . played violin on Commence- ment program . . . plans to at- tend Navy radio school. ELIZABETH A. HAFFNER GENERAL Haffy . . . cute and popular . . . Student Council . . . Civic Attitude Awards . . . junior vice-president . . . var- sity swimming and hockey . . . captain of swimming team . . . treasurer of Internos . . . Stamp and Bond Committee chairman . . . now at Temple. DOROTHY L. HANSEN GENERAL Dottie . . . humorous type . . . member of Style and Travel Clubs . . ."Abingtonian" cir- culation staff . . . likes boys and horses . . . helped in typ- ing announcements. CAROLYN HOU PT COMMERCIAL Houptie . . . a twin . . . fash- ion work-. . . J. F. E. typist . . . A Cappella Choir . , . Bond and Stamp Committee . . . makes own clothes . . . plans to be secretary or fash- ion illustrator. CAROL W. JACOIBY GENERAL Weary . . . attractive blonde . . . good disposition . . . Glee Club . . . loves to sew and knit . . . Knitting Club . . . plans to go into nursing or to col- lege . . . always dresses well . . . Bud's steady partner. DOROTHY V. JONES GENERAL Dottie . . . hard worker . . . hockey . . . Craft Club . . . lovely soprano voice . . A Cappella Choir . . . Elizabeth- ans . . . Glee Club . . . likes children . . . plans nurses' training I5 WOODSARD T. LIGGET GENERAL Goh . . . cute . . . Civic Atti- tude Award . . . varsity letter In baseball and basketball . . . "Best Foot Forward" . . . Sports Club . . . likes girls and sports . . . Navy, here he comesl JANE L. LOCKER CLASSICAL Locks . . . mighty mite . , . reliable Honor Holl student . . . monogram in hockey . . . In- ternos . . . Victory Corps Com- mittee . . . Quaestor in Latin Club . . . Commencement speaker . . . will enter college. BETTY S. MacMILLAN GENERAL Mackie . . . monogram and varsity letter in swimming . . . adviser to love-lorn . . . Style and Knitting Clubs . . . hopes to be a stenographer. LOIS JONES GENERAL Student coach of "Best Foot Forward" . . . conference at Temple . . . Golf, Latin, and Knitting Clubs . . . Junior His- torians . . . majored- in me- chanical drawing . . . Glee Club . . . will enter West Chester State Teachers' Col- lege. HELEN E. KITTLE GENERAL Lennie . . . good-natured . . . wields a clever pen . . . "Best Foot Forward" . . . wrote base- ball for "Abingtonian" . . Glee Club . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Elizabethans . . . plans a musical career . . . future telephone operator. JAMES C. KRAYER ENGINEERING Jim . . . second Bob Hope . . . everybody's friend . . . senior president . . . lead in "Best Foot Forward" . . . plays trom- bone . . . band and orchestra three years . . . collects old T.D. records . . . now in Navy. CLAIRE M. LITTLE CLASSICAL -Claire . . . vivacious redhead . . . "Abingtonian" staff . . . Student Council . . . "Year- book" editorial board . . . smooth dancer . . , Internos . . . class secretary junior year . . . Glee Club . . . Swimming Club president . . . plans col- lege JEAN LUTZ GENERAL Lutzie . . . lots of fun . . . varsity letter in hockey and basketball . . . sports writer for "Abingtonian" and J.F.E. . . . lnternos. . . Glee Club . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Elizabethan Singers . . . Drill Corps . . . seeks further hon- ors in art work . . . will enter Moore Institute. SARAH H. MADILL GENERAL Selly . . . peppy blonde . . . Style Club president . . . Alumni-in-Service, "Abington-- ian" Clubs . . . main interest, paratroopers . . . little home- body . . . and likes it. I6 , VIVIENNE C. JUDY GENERAL Viv . . . good looking . . . POPUIGF . . . Student Council . . . Civic Attitude Award . . . editor of "Oracle" and "Year- book" . . . lead in senior play . . . Commencement speaker . . . Elizabethans, Glee Club . . . A Cappella Choir . . . clever writer, ambition, to own farm . . . college first. WALTER G. KLUMPP, JR. SCIENTIFIC Welt . . . handsome . . . A.A. Representative . . . base- ball captain . . . football let- ter . . . "Best Foot Forward" . . . Sports Club president . . . likes cars, airplanes, sports, and girls . . . aims for Naval Air Corps. BERTHA LEAS GENERAL Bert . . . Latin, Knitting, and Home Nursing Clubs . . . Glee Club . . . interested In boys and dogs . . . loves to eat and sleep . . . wants to be a nurse. BARBARA E. NATTRESS GENERAL Red! . . . hair they sigh over . . . future secretary. . . ap- preciates convertibles . . . Style, "Abingtonian," Alumni- in-Service, Visiting Clubs . . . pet hate, sweet potatoes. ELIZABETH ANN OUGHTON GENERAL Beth ,. . . pretty redhead . . . "Best Foot Forward" . . . class songbird . . . Christmas plays . . . secretary of lnternos . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Eliza- bethan Singers . . . Archery' . . . "Marriage of Nannette" . . . plans for college and ca- reer in music . . . hospitable hostess. ROBERT F. PARKER SCIENTIFIC Ace . . . girl-shy. . . captain of tennis and soccer teams . . . varsity letter in both sports . . . J.V. basketball . . . member of Science, Map Read- ing, and Sports Clubs . . . dry wit. FLORENCE E. MAUTHE COMMERCIAL Flossie . . . popular . . . "Ab- ingtonian" typist . . . Travel, Badminton Clubs . . . varsity archery. . . Honor Roll . . . likes piano . . . ambitious to be secretary. EDGAR S. MILLER SCIENTIFIC Ed . . . clever mimic. . . twice winner of spelling bee . . . plays violin and baritone horn in orchestra and band . . . worked on "Yearbook" pho- tography . . . Camera Club president . . . future photo- graphic specialist. T. VIRGINIA MILLS GENERAL Ginnie . . . smooth brunette . . . managing editor of J.F.E. . . . "Best Foot Forward" . . . Christmas play . . . Glee Club . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Elizabethan Singers . . . head cheerleader . . . plans for junior college CHARLES NEBHUT VOCATIONAL Charley . . .. likes golf, post- war automobiles, and bru- nettes . . . Student Council . . . Golf and Sports Clubs . . . wears gaudy neckties . . . great friend . . . Uncle Sam controls his future. CARMELLA O. PARENTI COMMERCIAL Carm . . . stately typist for "Oracle" and "Abingtonian" . . . "Yearbook" . . . "Abing- tonian" Staff Club president . . . Commencement speaker . . . Baseball rooter . . . Tem- ple secretarial job . . . Honor Roll . . . Glee Club Concert. MARY LOUISE PHIFER GENERAL Ease . . . journalism class . . plays piano. . . Glee Club. . . always singing . . . will major music in college. I7 JANET McMAHON CLASSICAL Cute and pleasant . . . student coach'of "Best Foot Forward" . . . A.P.S.L. Latin Award . . . Knitting and Needlework Clubs lnternos . . . interested in sew- ing and hypnotism , , , will enter Penn. DOROTHEA' E. MILLERSHIP . COMMERCIAL Dotty . . . stage committee for "Best Foot Forward" . . . Style, Swimming, Badminton, Craft, and Camouflage Clubs . . . "Oracle'f typist . . . likes art and figure skating , . . hopes to attend art school. MARGARET J. MORRISON GENERAL Peg . . . aristocratic blonde . . . long braids . . . "Best Foot Forward" . . . mechanical drawing major . . , loves to knit . . . plans office work and night school. , eowno J. mcicnsn ENGINEERING 1 Ed . . . expert in Morse code . . . president of Radio Club . ,. . member of local fire com- pany . . . ham operator before war . . . girls envy those blond curls. I-IERMAN L. ROACH, JR. VOCATIONAL Spider . . . attended Upper Southampton High two years before Abington . . . member of Camouflage Club . . . ln- terested in wood carving and model airplanes. ANNA E. ROBINSON COMMERCIAL Nancy . . . cheerful . . . "Abingtonian" typist . . . on business staff . . . Plane Spot- ting, Travel, and Caravan Clubs . . . has 25 pen pals . . . ardent baseball fan . . . ambition, to visit England . . . but later. JANE L. RILEY COMMERCIAL Janie . . . Student Council steady . . . president of Trav- el Club . . . reliable worker . . . A Cappella Choir and Elizabethans . . . Commence- ment speaker . . . likes to dance and swim . . . "Abing- tonion" typist . . . "Year- book" . . . Jayvee hockey. ALICE J. ROBERTS COMMERCIAL Student Council as sophomore . . . sweetest smile . . . cir- culation of "Abingtonian" . . . "Best Foot Forward" . . . Ora- cle typist . . . pianist in or- chestra . . . Glee Club . . . plans include Taylor Business School. DONALD A. ROBINSON GENERAL Don . . . quiet, but likable . . . Student Council . . . Jayvee football . . . secretary of Sports Club . . . girl-shy . . . collects coins . . . plans for Navy. I8 EDITH C. PILGREN COMMERCIAL Edie . . . "Abingtonian" and Oracle typing staff . . . presi- dent of Travel and Caravan Club . . . enjoys writing to pen pals . . . sports enthusi- ast . . . plans office position. THEODORE R. POTTS VOCATIONAL Ted . . . cute . . . ladies' man . . . future printer . . . member of Printing, Current Events, and Sports Clubs . . . Army Air Corps prospect. WILLIAM E. RESTALL, JR. SCIENTIFIC Bill . . . Radio and Signal Corps Club . . . good dancer . . . easy going . . . watch for that grin. ELMER J. POLLOCK ENGINEERING ' Pockle . . . swimming- man- ager two years . . . "Best Foot Forward" . . . Table Tennis and Sports Clubs . . . active in Scouting and Civilian Defense . . . aims for naval aviation. R. DONALD REILLY ENGINEERING Fritz . . . President of Student, Council . . . idol of the soph girls . . . varsity letter and monogram in band . . . excels on piano, clarinet, organ . . . Elizabethans . . . lead in "Best Foot Forwardn . . . Commence- ment program . . .1 look for him, Army Air Corps. LYLE H. RICKARDS GENERAL Witty Rick . . . captain of swimming team . . . varsity letter in swimming . . . "Best Foot Forward" . . . Christmas play . . . played clarinet in band and orchestra . . . A Cappella Choir . . . "Year- book" . . . Elizabethan Sing- ers . . . Navy career ahead. ELIZABETH G. STOUT CLASSICAL Betty . . . class pianist.. . . permanent berth on Honor Roll . . . radio broadcast veteran . . . accompanies school vocal organizations . . . on Cam- mencement musical program Magna Cum Laude in Latin . . . hopes to continue musi- cal career. CHARLES A. TERRY, Il GENERAL Chuck . . . smooth dresser . . . makes friends easily . . . came from Toledo, Ohio, via Wash- ington, D. C .... there earned letter in basketball . . . was class treasurer . . . "Best Foot Forward" . hobby, girls . . . plans college and Army Air Corps. LEONARD T. TURN ' GENERAL Lon . . . quiet . . . Track Club vice-president . . . Chess and Checkers Clubs . . . interested In sports . . . plans to work after graduation. JOHN A. SCHRAMM ENGINEERING Johann . . . collects stamps . . . Auto Club . . . secretary of Nature and Science Clubs . . . raises farm animals . . . plans for future undecided. GEORGE C. SNYDER SCIENTIFIC Another curlyhead . . . plays bass horn in band . . . bass fiddle in orchestra . . . presi- dent and treasurer of Science Club . . . good in school work . . . hopes to get into V-I2. RICHARD H. STEIN VOCATIONAL Dick . . . member of Travel, Printing, Auto and Sports Clubs . . . fond of bow ties . . . worked at Sears . . . ex- pects the Army will decide his career. VIRGINIA K. SEITZ GENERAL Ginny . . . tall brunette . . . "Best Foot Forward" and Christmas play . . . ardent Navy League worker . . . re- ceived service award . . . en- tertains at Naval Hospital . . . likes to design clothes . . plans junior college. EMMA C. SPROUSE COMMERCIAL Sprucie . . . Honor Roll twice . . . peppy cheerleader . . . librarian . . . "Best Foot For- ward" . . . took port in as- sembly programs . . . "Abing- tonian" Club secretary . . . plans to become a stenog- rapher. BARBARA A. STEVENS GENERAL Bobs . . . entered last year from Girls' High . . . cheerful brunette with flashy brown eyes . . . chairman of Tele- type Club . . . likes sewing and dancing . . . plans to be- come nurse. JEANE'lTE M. G. STOUT CLASSICAL Nettie . . . Honor Roll . . . "Best Foot Forward" . . . Eliz- abethans . . . Glee Club . . . A Cappella Choir . . . plays the violin . . . lntemos . . . Secretary of Latin Club . .' . likes to sew . . . plans college. MICHAEL TOTH, JR. ENGINEERING Mick . . . nonchalant . . . al- ways happy . . . class office three years . . . Student Coun- cil . . . "Best Foot Forward" . . . played clarinet in band and orchestra . . . Theatre, Auto, Orchestra Clubs . . . future naval aviator . . . no, that grin never comes off. SALLY F. ULLMAN SCIENTIFIC Lay . . . carefree . . . Bowl- ing, Travel, and Caravan Clubs . . . peppy cheerleader . . . known for her autographed coat . . . collects horse pins . . . takes care of brother Dan's machine shop. ' I9 s GEORGE I. WEINMAN GENERAL The Judge . . . known for his noise . . . "Oracle" . . .editor J. F. E. . . . hard worker in art department . . . Chester in "Best Foot Forward" . . . interested in animals . . . plans Army, then college after war . . . now at Carnegie Tech. GRANT S. WOOD GENERAL Zeke . . . Student Council in sophomore year . . . Eliza- bethans . . . A Cappella Choir . . ."Dream of Bethlehem". . . "Marriage of Nannette" . . . "Best Foot Forward" . . . Un- cle Sam's boy soon . . . happy- go-lucky. CLYDE H. S. WHITE, JR VOCATIONAL Whitey . . . oolor guard ser geant . . . homeroom pres: dent . . . "Best Foot Forward . . those bow ties . . . up on swing . . . plans for Navy GRACE P. ZACKEY COMMERCIAL Greek . . . Student Council Sr. B. secretary . . . hockey tennis . . . Commence ment speaker . . . captain of basketball team . . . lntemos . . good sport . . . good look ing blonde . . . hopes to be come good secretary. MILDRED M. ZITZER CLASSICAL Millie Mae . . . Senior A sec- retary . . . basketball and hockey star . . . tennis man- ager . . . Internos, Elizabeth- ans, and A Cappella Choir . . . president of Badminton Club . . . plans college. WHO'S WHO Students chosen for this year's Who'e Who were nominated by the Yearbook 'Editorial Board and se- lected by the senior classes on the basis of service to the school, high scholarship, athletics, music, art, dramatics, publications, leadership, character, and attitude. January Class Jean Day Marjorie Djorup Frank Edgar Frank Fryburg Betty Haffner Vivienne Judy James Krayer Donald Reilly Grace Zackey June Class Elizabeth Daniel Ralph Dicker William Dodson Mary Fair Joyce Hollinger William Hammer Arnold McKee Lucilfg' Martin Claire .Rathgeb Joyce Rogers Robert Sanders Howard rWaeltz ROBERT J. SCHMITI' VOCATIONAL Jarrettown Whiz . . . o good sport . . . played trumpet in band for three years . . . ever hear that speedy motorcycle? . . . now serving in U. S. Army. JOHN J. STEVENSON VOCATIONAL Jack . . . likable . . . varsity letter in wrestling . . . Golf and Sports Clubs . . . hobby- model airplanes . . . but he's o soldier now. ' KENNETH BRANZ GENERAL Ken . . . a serious chap-in- terested in aviation and build- ing model airplanes . . . Stu- dent Council in junior year . . . now serving Uncle Sam in Ar- my. HAROLD G. DOVEY VOCATIONAL Quiet and unassuming . . . has '40 Studebaker . . . of Sports Club. . . work for "Evening . . . now in Army. president wants to Bul letin" ROBERT SCOTT GEN ERAL Scotty . . . sleepy . . . you have to look up to him . . . witty . . . member of Stamp, Blueprint, and Radio Clubs . . . likes leathercraft . . . plans to enter college . . . went di- rectly into Army. HOWARD A. WAELTZ VOCATIONAL Little Aubrey . . . short and speedy . . . A. A. Representa- tive . . . varsity wrestling . . . captain of football team . . . president of Golf Club . . . oh, how he runs with that pigskin . . . joined Army Air Corps. MILLARD CROUTHAMEL COMMERCIAL Millard . . . a handsome, quiet sort of lad . . . dependable bowler . . . smooth dancer . . . model airplane builder . . . in the Navy now, but plans to be an accountant. ARNOLD B. McKEE GENERAL Arnie . . . blushing Senior B president . . . "Yearbook" . . . center on football team . . . track team . . . driver of stream-lined jalopy . . . makes handsome Air Corps cadet. SPECIAL WAR DIPLOMAS ln accordance with a recent government rul- ing, these eight boys received military diplomas upon completion of two and one-half years of high school. These diplomas are awarded only if the recipient is planning to report at once for military service or for the Navy. 2l -w ,wvwnwf 5, -fvwf' J K W5 -Q 'rw W- mv ,W . www , ,'A 1- ,. WMF- , X-J.. .Mm A A 3 wg my I I f I G' , J 5190, 'H E Mr' u K' 5- M Wu, ' Q V, an it 4, ,w . .x:r.3ui43l1w,i ng J in N4 P w v I , E 3 5 . 'K X 'f ' if I H .le 111,118 Cfddd Dodson, Dicker, Sanders, Rogers, Cyr OFFICERS Class Flower-Red Rose ' President-Hwilliom Dodson Class Colors-'Navy Blue and White vice-President-Robert Sanders Class Motto-Success is never final, failure Treasurer-Carole Cyr Secretary-Joy Rogers Athletic Representative-'Ralph Dicker Adviser-D. E. Krueger To the graduates: Do you, as graduates, appreciate that you are fortunate to complete a course of training -intellectual, moral, and physical-that has prepared you to meet the joys and sorrows of a war-torn world? We have faith in you to carry the torch ever onward. D. E. Krueger 25 never fatal: it's courage that counts. KATHRYN E. BALME GENERAL Kitty . . . quiet . . . came from Hatboro in sophomore year . . . talented artist . . . wide literary background . . . excellent vocabulary. . . sec- retory of Camouflage Club . . . Craft Club. MARIAN E. BELL CLASSICAL Bollum . . . argumentative but amiable . . . Honor Roll de- pendable . . . "Abingtonian" . . . senior play . . . "Year- book" . . . Glee Club, A Cap- pella, 'Elizabethans . . . in- terested in music and drama- tics . . . plans medical career. JUNE M. BONHOMME GENERAL Oonle . . . attractive brunette . . . cheer-leading squad . . . Student Council . . . senior play . . .Glee Club.. .A Cappella Choir . . . sang at school dances . . . lnternos . . . Etiquette Club president . . plans for dramatic school. MARY E. Am. ' COMMERCIAL Neat . . . good speaker . . . secretary of Theatre Club . . . cashier in cafeteria' . . . in- terested in bowling, horseback riding . . . hopes to be some- body's private secretary. ELEANIER V. APPLEGATE COMMERCIAL EI . . . snappy brunette . . . vice-president of Alumni-ln- Service-Club . . . good swimmer . . . talkative . . . likes to dance and skate . . . future secretary or else! ALMA D. ASH CLASSICAL Almi . . . quiet . . . always obliging . . . plays piano in orchestra . . . "Yearbook" . . . "Abingtonian" staff . . . J. F. E .... Glee Club . . . collects soil from different states . N . Student Council . . . Junior Historian . . . aims to teach kindergarten. ELVA L. BARTLAM GENERAL Sis . . . likes football . . . fol- lows dance bands . . . Glee Club . . . desires to work for insurance company. ADELE T. BERTOLI GENERAL Del . . . uses vocal cords and water wings . . . can really dance . . . Journalism and Etiquette Clubs . . . wants to enter college . . . future re- porter. HAROLD W. BOWDITCH GENERAL Tall and lanky. . . has ideas of his own . . . makes high ratings in intelligence tests . . . leader in Boy Scout work . . . Army Air Corps next. 26 MARILYN iz. Anim GENERAL Sports fan . . . money tender of sophomore class . . . aquatic squad . . . president and sec- retary of Badminton and Se- nior Etiquette Clubs . . . makes the lines rhyme . . . senior play . . . junior Honor Roll . . . college girl next. ELEANOR M. ARNOLD GENERAL El . . . pleasing personality . . . quiet . . . transferred from Doylestown . . . likes to dance and swim . . . ambition -to play an accordion in an orchestra . . . will make good secretary. JEAN L. BALLENBERG GENERAL Classy and bright . . . varsity mermaid and racquet wielder . . . Glee Club . . . WFIL songstress with A Cappella Choir . . . secretary of Senior Etiquette Club . . . Navy League . . .aims for Hood Col- lege . . . lnternos . . . "Year- book." ' is LORRAINE I. cHAmAN coMMERciAi. Chappie . . . lively . . . full of fun . . . snappy brown eyes . . . hobby, riding her own horse . . . plans for fin- ishing school next. HOWARD G. CLARK SCIENTIFIC Dutch . . . remember his G. I. haircut? . . . slave for math. '. . . likes music, girls, and aeronautics . . ., plans to enter service after graduation. I JOHN H. CLAYTON -'GENERAL Jack . . . easy on the optics vivacious . . Christmas .play . . . program chairman in Art Club . art enthusiast . . . tinkers with furniture . . . will run a store after the war. E JOHN W. BOWEN GENERAL Irish . . . happy-go-lucky . . . varsity letter in soccer . . . "Dream Toward Bethlehem" . . . Elizabethans, A Cappella, Glee Club. . . full-time job at Standard Pressed Steel . . . aims for Naval Air Corps. DOROTHEA G. BRACKEN GENERAL Dee . . . short brunette . . . good-natured . . . fun-loving . . . Student Council . . . Theater, Red Cross, Etiquette Clubs . . . hopes to become somebody's private secretary. 2 MYRTLE M. BUTLER CLASSICAL -Myrt . . . peppy . . . perpet- ual sneezel' . . . cheerleader . . . Glee Club, A Cappella Choir. . . Elizabethans . . . J. F. E .... "Abingtonian" . . student coach for senior play . . . "Yearbook" . . . lnternos . . . will enter Skid- more. DAVID S. CHARTERS VOCATIONAL Dave . . . the man who's big and strong . . . handsome, too! . . . three-letter boy . . . football tackle and fullback . . . basketball guard . . . captain of tmck squad . . . aims for Navy. MILTON D. CLARK GENERAL Milt . . . happy-go-lucky . . . feminine teaser . . . led cheers for two years . . . J.F.E. . . . "An Old English Christmas" . . . Glee Club . . . "Oracle" . . . ardent angler . . . Drama- tic Club . .' . will sail seven seas with U. S. Navy. DONALD Y. CLEM ENGINEERING Don . . . quiet, good-natured . . . Student' Council in junior, year . . . varsity letter in golf . . . received suburban awatd with golf team . . . collects records . . . plans for Naval Air Corps. 27 FRANCES A. BRACCIO GENERAL Fran . . . energetic worker monogram in favorite sport, basketball . . . always rooting for Navy Blue . . . likes danc- lng . . . plans to train for Navy nursing. MARIAN J. BROGAN GENERAL Brogie . . . never acare . .. likes dancing and that Marine . . . basketball monogram . . . Latin and Home Nursing Clubs . . . helps plan cafeteria menu . . . will enter nurses' training. JAMES G. CHAMQERLIN VOCATIONAL Jimmie . . . takes life easy . ..IikesaIIsports. . .boy, can he catch the fish . J. V. football team . . . basket- ball manager . . . future Navy V-5 material. I GLORIA A. DAVENPORT GENERAL Davy . . . vivacious. , . ex- cels at blushing . . . J.F.E. . . . came from Woodrow Wilson High School . . . talk- alive . . . likes basketball and football . . . can argue on any subject . . . plans to be- come Cadet Nurse. WILLIAM C. DERCK SCIENTIFIC Bill . . . cheerful, happy-go- lucky, with sense of humor , . . varsity letter in soccer and basketball . . . expert ping-pong player . . .another V-I2 candidate. MAIUORIE J. DODDS GENERAL Margie . . . pretty blue eyes Bonds and Stamp representa- tive . . . collects postcards . . . student coach for senior play . . . secretary of Dance and Badminton Clubs . . . likes records and the Air Corps . . . plans Cadet Nurs- ing. MYRON C. COLE GENERAL Mesa . . . easy-going and good-natured . . . likes all sports and girls . . . favorite pastimes, hunting and fishing . . . favorite period, study hall . . . expects to join Army. JOSEPH F. CREIGHTON SCIENTIFIC Joe . . . patient, interesting . . . varsity letter in track . . . Track, Golf, and Table Ten- nis Clubs . . . likes football . . . aims for V-I2 or V-5. ELIZABETH DANIEL CLASSICAL Liz . . . thoughtful while smil- ing . . . "Yearbook" . . . prompted play . . . conscien- tious worker. . . "Abingtoni- an" staff . . . Local History Club secretary , . , delights in p's--postcards, pets and piano picking . . . will study dietetics at Drexel, EMILY M. n:LAri.AiN GENERAL Mimi . . . carefree and talk- ative . . . secretary of Swim- ming and Photography Clubs . . . hobby-photography . . . wants a law career . . . plans night school. RALPH A. DICKER ENGINEERING Jimpty . . . Civic Attitude Awards . . . Harvard Book Club winner . . . varsity foot- ball, basketball, baseball . . . president of Sports and Navy Clubs . . . likes girls, too . . . wants to ioin V-I2 or A-I2. WILLIAM C. DODSON. JR. SCIENTIFIC Bill . . . "Yearbook" . . . "Abingtonian" sports editor . . . Senior A president . . . Camera Club chief . . . senior play . . . that deep bass helps Elizabethans . . . A Cappella Choir . . . attended Historian conference . . . builds planes . . . will enter Navy 'v'-5. 28 JOAN E. CONWAY COMMERCIAL .lose . . . friendly . . . likes horseback riding, swimming . . . Red Cross, Plane Spotting Club . . . will continue study at business school. CAROLE Y. CYR GENERAL Hockey manager for three years-and that's some iob! . . . lnternos . . . Glee Club . . . chairman of assembly forum . . . Christmas play . . . Student Council . . ,. charming voice . . . wants to be medical secretary. RICHARD D. DAUBERT VOCATIONAL Dick . came to Abington in junior year from Rox- borough . . . driver of that '4I Ford . . . would like to join the Navy or work for the Bell. EVELY-N M. ENGLE ' COMMERCIAL Ev . . . cute, cheerful . . sophomore vice-president . . likes dancing and skating . . . ambition-to be an Army nurse . . . that other twin . . . works at Standard . . Student Council. MARY ELIZABETH FAIR CLASSICAL Demure . . . Student Council . . . Honor Roll . . . class secretary . . .'co-editor of "Abingtonian" . . . "Year- book" . . . A Cappella Choir . . . lead in senior play . . . plays cello . . . A. P.SL. and Latin awards . . . Internos . . . will enter college. ROBERT L. FICKETT GENERAL Bob . . f tall . . . well dressed . . . came from Windham, Maine . . . aviation enthusiast . . . plans to join Navy. FREDERICK M. DONOHUE I GENERAL Fred . . . shy, reserved . . . Travel, Photography, Printing Clubs . . . spends leisure time in Dl'1Ot0grophy . . . plans col- lege, then instructorship. V DOROTHY M. EASTON COMMERCIAL Snookie . . . happy-go-lucky likes eating and movies . . . member of Library, Craft, and Home Nursing Clubs . . . busi- ness school next. RICHARD L. EMERICH ENGINEERING Eric . . . a zoot-suiter . . . likes music, dancing, and sports . . . collects records . . . hopes to join naval avi- ators and sink Jap carrier. LORRAIN E B. ENGLE COMMERCIAL Lorry . . . secretary of Dance Club . . . Elizabethan Singers ... Glee Club... A Capf pella Choir . . . Ah, the Navy! ...'the other half . . . a future nurse. MARY JANE FESMIRE GENERAL .lake . . . cheerful . . . pretty . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Glee Club . . . female Mr.- Anthony . . . enjoys music and dancing . . . plans to become o nurse. EDITH T. FLING COMMERCIAL Edie . . . jolly and likable . . . enjoys-playing the piano . . . president of Sophomore Library Club . . , Oratorical Contest . . . business school, here she comes! b 29 ROSEMARY P. DoNoHuE GENERAL Donnie . . . petite . . . flashes those long lashes . . . bow and arrow manager for two Indian summers . . . drives and dances with dexterity . . . will train for nursing. RUTH M.. EITZEN GENERAL Cheerful. . . J.F.E. . . . "Abingtonian" . . . senior play . . . Glee Club . A Cappella . . . Elizabethans . . . forever asking questions . . . delights in walking in rain . . . has many collections . . . best pal, her Dad . . . wants to serve as an Army nurse overseas. ROBERT W. ENGARD GENERAL Baldy . . . good artist . . likes horseback riding . . .. friendly . . . ambition to own ranch and raise horses . . . left in February to ioin Navy. PHOEBE B. GIBSON COMMERCIAL Gibby . . . quiet and friendly . . . hobby-sleeping . . . Badminton, Craft Clubs . . . baseball raoter . . . plans for college next year. JOHN C. GOURLEY GENERAL Gout . . . hep, peppy, and good-lookin' . . . track super- visor for two years . . . senior play . . , navigator to foot- ball classics . . . Air Corps will set his pace. HARRY L. GREEN ENGINEERING Handsome Harry . . . lazy but likable . . . oh, that grin! . . . faithful football standby . . . vice-president of Senior B class . . . varsity wrestler . . . hopes to enter college. WILLIAM A. FORSYTH ENGINEERING Bill . . . goggle-eyed neck- wear . . . senior play lead . . . "Yearbook" . . . toils with "Oracle" staff . . . Student Council two years . . . Col- lege or Air Corps. LAWRENCE F. GARDNER GENERAL Larry . . . always reliable . . . snores with the experts . . . smashing right tackle on foot- ball bulwark . . . an unusual model plane builder . . . senior play . . . "Abingtonian" car- toonist . . . will try for Army Air Corps. LARRY L. GERWIG ENGINEERING Larry . . . expert chess play- er . . . good science and mathematics student . . . cheerful . . . Persian rug haircut . . . Uncle Sam will decide his future. FRANCES J. GINDER GENERAL Frannie . . . carefree . . . al- ways talking . . . good dancer . . . favorite occupation-eab ing . . . likes to drive a car . . . wants to become a sten- ographer . . . hopes to go to Hollywood some day. ALBERT D. GRANIERI VOCATIONAL AI . . . real fellow . . . star wrestler . . . strums a mean electric guitar . . . solid bass with Elizabethans . . . com- mended by Navy for model air- planes . . . will reinforce arm- ed forces. MARGARET J. GREEN GENERAL Margie . . . J. F. E .... Glee Club . . . collects souvenirs and post-cards . . . always seen between the Engle twins . . . plans to join the Cadet Nurses' Corps. 30 MARION I. FRITZ GENERAL Mimi . . . saucy dimples . . . hails from Olney . . . presi- dent of Dance and Badminton Clubs . . . lots of fun . . . likes secretarial work . . . fu- ture business school student. 'RICHARD S. GERN ERT ENGINEERING Dick . . . humor man for "Abingtonian" . . . J. F. E. . . . senior play . . . star swimmer . . .girls, one of his specialties . . . writes column for Glenside paper . . . all- around good fellow. RUTH E. GIBBONS COMMERCIAL Gibbie . . . doesn't have to whistle or wink . . . word wielder . . . Elizabethans and A Cappella Choir . . . senior chairman of Etiquette Club . . . lead in senior play . . looks for that tying bond. I W. GORDON HEATH GENERAL Quiet and friendly . . . J. V. football . . . likes all sports . . .Sports Club . . . hopes to join Navy. L. BRUCE HILSEE CLASSICAL Peppy, well-liked . . . ambi- tious Latin student . . . sec- retary of Junior Historian Club . . . senior play . . . treasurer of History Club . . . ready grin . . . interested in ships . . . plans tentatively for col- lege. DONALD W. HOWLEY ENGINEERING Don . . . tall, quiet, and un- assuming . . . member of Golf, Model Airplane, and Auto Clubs . . . likes sports model airplane fan . . . future uncertain. ALFRED A. GRIMSHAW VOCATI ONAL Alf . . . good natured . . . plays trumpet . . . band and orchestra for three years . . . manager of band . . . Elizag bethans . . . plans to wear the Navy blue. DORIS IF. HAFER COMMERCIAL Dot. . . reserved, nonchalant . . . hep dancer . . . gobbles sodas and sundaes . . . kept records of Alumni-in-Service club . . . somebody's stenog. WILLIAM L. HAMMER GENERAL Bill . . . Student Council . . . varsity baseball and football . . . made the All-Suburban . . . quiet chap . . . president of Track Club . . . hobbies- all sports and eating . . . crazy about baseball . plans to join the Navy. ROBERT L. HEROLID ENGINEERING Bob . . . 6'5" with curly locks . . . senior play . . . likes sports and model air- plane building . . . a good stu- dent, too . . . always cheerful and good-natured. T. RICHARD HOUPT ENGINEERING Dick . . . science enthusiast . . . Radio Club regular , . . delves intricately into wave lengths . . . enjoys farming . . . hopes for Navy, then college. H. EDISON KENYON ENGINEERING Ed . . . one of our Springfield friends . . . likes sports, es- pecially bowling . . .cheerful. quiet, but humorous . . . president of Model Airplane Club. 3I EVELYN M. GROSHANS GENERAL Myrt . . . always has witty remark . . . fun to be with . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Elizabethan Singers . . . WFIL broadcast . . . served in Li- brary for three years . . . plans to enter nurses' train- ing. Jovcs HALLINGER I GENERAL Carefree . . . popular. . .' hockey captain . . . varsity letter in hockey, basketball, tennis . . . likes to talk . . . Internos . . . vice-president of Etiquette Club . . . plans to enter junior college. DORIS HAMPP CLASSICAL Always neat . . . good-natured . . . hopes to be a laboratory technician . . . Internos . . . senior play . . . large collec- tion of snapshots . . . Student Council. JEAN L. LOVELL GENERAL Prof . . . came to Abington from Ohio . . . amiable . . . varsity hockey and basketball . . . plays saxophone in band and orchestra . . . will attend University of California. GLORIA Y. LUGAR GENERAL Glo . . . quiet . . . helpful . . . plays alto horn in band . . . violinist in orchestra . . . senior play . . . vice-presi- dent of Craft Club . . . likes roller skating and gardenias . . . a future nurse. AUGUST MAIER VOCATIONAL Auggie. . . reliable shop boy . . . plays guitar . . . likes hunting . . . joined Navy, Arts, and Sports Clubs . . . received award for making scale model planes for the Navy . . . plans to enter Navy. JAMES H. KLOS ENGINEERING Jim . . . popular and good- natured . . . Student Council . . . varsity football and bas- ketball . . . president of Sports Club . .- . all-around good fellow, . . . Uncle Sam will decide his future. RUTH E. LEFFERTS GENERAL Lefty . . . pranced with drum majorettes three seasons . . . J. F. E. . . . faithful librarian ...GleeClub...P. T.A. program . . . loves baton- twirling and gridiron classics . . . junior college next year. ERIC V. 'LODER GENERAL Erie . . . daring . . . carefree . . . treasurer of junior A class . . . Golf, Navy and Sports Clubs . . . girls like his looks . . . expects to join his brother in the paratroops. EDWARD M. LU DWIG GENERAL Ed . . . tall . . . boisterous . . . varsity letter in soccer . . J. F. E. sports reporter . . . likes ice-skating, music, girls . . . plays saxophone in dance orchestra . . . plans for Army. DONALD A. MoeFARLAND SCIENTIFIC Mickey . . . short, blonde, and oh, you kid! . . . varsity diver and tennis sub . . . Student Council . . . Naval Air Corps awaits. ALFRED J. MARINO CLASSICAL AI . . . prize blusher . . . A. P. S. L. Latln awards sopho- more and junior years . . . shy . . . Honor 'Roll . . . con- stant help in Latin troubles . F. homeroom chaplain . . . wants to teach after war. MARCEL E. KUNZ4 ENGlNEE'RING Frenehly . dashing brunette . . . senior play . . . Radio and Signal Corps Club secre- tary . . . sarcastic remarks . . . collects stamps . . . that fancy handwriting . . . Army Air Corps attracts him. JEAN A. LEIDY CLASSICAL Fudge . . . talkative . . . at- tended St. Mary's Academy . . . Etiquette Club . . . senior play. . . varsity hockey . . . Latin prom hostess . . . am- bition-to become a doctor. WARREN L. LOU DON ENGINEERING Buster . . . ever ready with quaint remarks . . . inquisi- tive . . . likes radio and avi- ation . . . plans to join Royal Canadian Air Force, serving former fatherland. 32 , EDITH A. MIGNOGNA COMMERCIAL Edee . . . cute . . . Bowling, Etiquette, Bond and Stamp Clubs . . . jitterbug and Sina- tra fan . . . likes tennis, dancing, horseback riding . . . plans to be a stenographer. M. ELIZABETH MILLER COMMERCIAL Betty . . . quiet and cute . . . "Abingtonian" typist . . . J. F. E. . . . homeroom presi- dent . . . Badminton Club . . . likes to knit . . . plans business school or college. R. HOWARD MILLER ENGINEERING One of our Fort Washington friends . . . a hard worker . . . likes farming . . . all- around good student . . . hopes to attend college. LUCILLE A. MARTIN CLASSICAL Lou . . . sparkling . . . loads of fun . . . "Abingtonian" sports writer . . . kept senior B notes . . . Internos . . . senior play . H. . "Yearbook" . . . basketball and hockey regular . . . Civic Attitude Award . . . haunts Honor Roll . . . Student Council. JEAN E. MAWSON GENERAL Lively . . . cute .V . . sporty riding habit . . . favorite oc- cupation-riding her horse . . . likes to dance . . . plans com- mercial college after gradu- ation. CATHERINE M. McNEIEL COMMERCIAL Cathy . . . real pal . . . The- ater, Visiting, and Home Nursing Clubs . . . twinkles those tootsies . . . goes job hunting now. A. JANE MILLER GENERAL Janey . . . humorous . . . toll . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Glee Club . . . swimming, hockey . . . likes bright col- ors, bicycling . . . plays flute and piccolo in band and or- chestra . . . interested in farming . . . plans nursing career. MARY ELLEN MILLER COMMERCIAL Zip . . . peppy and fun-loving . . . Bowling, Etiquette, and Alumni-in-Service Clubs . . . a quaint gift of gab . . . likes to jitterbug and ride horseback . . . future stenographer. RICHARD H. MILLER ENGINEERING Dick . . . super math student . . . Honor Roll . . . senior play committee . . . likes sports . . . has good sense of humor . . . hopes to enter V- 12. 33 JOSEPH L. MASSINO SCIENTIFIC Joe . . . Happy-go-lucky . . . breezes through everything . . . snappy table tennis play- er . . . P.O.D. class arguer . . . hopes to enter Army Air Corps. ROY 'F. McCON N ELL GEN ERAL Mac . . . good listener . . . quiet and attentive . . . hob- bies-stamps and automobiles . . . senior play . . . Nature Club president . . . plans in- clude work, then Army. MARY MEIER GENERAL Came from Hatboro . . . Craft Club secretary . . . quiet . . . alto horn player in the band . . . art enthusi- ast . . . hopes to be a war worker.- - .M ,.,,gf33i,egg,s. .1 A f, is ll-, 4 -1. sf, MARGARET E. NICE GENERAL Peggy . . . basketball mana- ger . . . student coach for "Pure As The Driven Snow" . . . Glee Club . . . "Year- book" typist . . . library helper . . . would like to be a nurse. JOSEPH 0. OLSON GENERAL Joe . . . quiet and dependable . . . takes life hard . . . col- lects coins . . . interested in art . . . senior play . . . plans art school next year. JAN ET G. OUGHTON GENERAL .lun . . . quiet . . . Glee Club . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Modern Dance and Knit- ting Clubs . . . lnternos . . . Christmas play . . . plans to go to Cedar Crest. MARJORY M. MOREAU GENERAL Margie . . . came from Yea- don in junior year . . . tall and smiling . . . always with Peggy Nice . . . Glee Club . . . senior play . . . likes sports, movies. HELEN G. MOSKOVITZ GENERAL E Gwen . . . Student Council talent show in sophomore year . . . attended Temple conferences . . . J.F.E. . . . likes dramatics and 'knitting . . . plans nursing or junior college. DONALD R. NEIMAN GENERAL Don . . . talkative . . . witty . . . editor of "Abingtonian" and "Yearbook" . . . senior play lead. .. J.F.E. . . . "Marriage of Nannette" . . . "Dream Toward Bethlehem" . . . Elizabethans , . . A Cap- pella . . . Glee Club . . . won oratorical contest . . . C.S.P.A. . . . tennis team . presi- dent of Junior Historical Club. HELEN F. O'HA-RA GENERAL Pete . . . short and sweet . , . Knitting and Alumni-in-Ser- vice Clubs . . . good dancer . . . likes skating and movies . . . plans to enter business college and become a good secretary. ALBERT E. OTI' VOCATIONAL Otty . . . quiet. . . Sports and Bowling Clubs . . . in- terested in football and girls . . . plans to go into Army. MARGARET L. PAINE GENERAL Peggy . . . a shorty. . . al- ways smiling . . . operates switchboard . . . collects pen- nies . . . aspires to be a 'typist. 34 ooNALo s. Mounts CLASSICAL Shorty . . . vice-president and treasurer of Debate and For- um Club . . . senior play . . . pocketsize . . . baseball and football enthusiast . . . Ma- rines or college, here he comes! DORIS B. MOTSON COMMERCIAL Quiet . . . Glee Club . . Alumni-in-Service Club . . . likes to sing . . . has a pas- sion for reaching places ahead of time . . . plans to be a bookkeeper. GEORGE R. NICE 'VOCATIONAL Bird . . . reserved . . . un- assuming . . . gathered news for Printing Club . . . collects all kinds of stamps . . . will join Navy. H. JOHN ROBINSON ENGINEERING Johnny . . . specs and a smile . . . likes camping and all sports . . . Golf and Sports Club member . . . plans to en- ter college. ROBERT J. ROOT' A COMMERCIAL Square . . . known for his small size . . . Student Coun- cil regular . . . varsity wrest- ling . . . monogram in cross- country . . . secretary of Sports Club. JOSEPH J. SABATINO GENERAL Sabby . . . shorty with a crew haircut . . . J. F. E .... witty . . . Tumbling Club . . . plans include pre-medical course at University of Pennsylvania. CClI'68I'. DE. JOYCE ROGERS GENERAL Joy . . . dignity and a winning smile . . . Student Council in sophomore year . . . clever ar- tist . . . Internos . . . "Year- book" . . . "Abingtonian" . . . "Oracle" . . . A Cappella Choir . . . interested in Navy. E. JACQUELINE' ROTZELL GENERAL Jackie . . . friendly in a nice way . . . Badminton Club manager . . . hockey squad . . . can really eat, especially at parties . . . P.T.A. play. EVELYN J. SALISBURY CLASSICAL Full of pep . . . ardent J. F. E. worker . . . "Yearbook" typist . . . senior play . . . "Oracle" , . . saves postcards from ev- erywhere . . . Knitting and Home Nursing Clubs . . . off to college next year. 35 RICHARD PROTIS GENERAL Pro . . . Student Council ln sophomore year . . . soccer varsity . . . happy-go-lucky . . . A Cappella Choir . . . senior play . . . cheer leader . . . loads of fun . . . Navy, here he comes! DOROTHY E. RAYNER 'GENERAL Dottie . . . good-natured . . . attended Cheltenham for two years . . . often late for school from oversleeping . . . likes sports . . . plans an art GEORGE M. REED COMMERCIAL Quaint and quiet . . . "solid" drummer . . . Sports and Sig- nal Corps Clubs . . . fiend for scrap book collections . . . ex- pects to be inducted into the armed forces. CLAIRE RATHGEB CLASSICAL ' Effervescent blonde . . . notekeeper of Student Council . . . varsity hockey and bas- ketball star . . . in the tennis racquet . . . Internos . '. . senior play . . . locked safe for Latin Club . . . tiny hust- ler . . . nursing career in mind. EVELYN A. READING COMMERCIAL Reds. . . short and peppy . . . Knitting, Theater, Home Nurs- ing Clubs . . . likes to dance . . . has large match cover collection . . . plans secretarial work. DORIS J. 'RISKO ,GEN-ERAL Mitzi . . . J. F. E .... Student Council . . . senior play . . . "Marriage of Nannette" . . . A cappella and Giee club . . . manager of "Abingtonian" ad- vertising . . .cashier . . plans to study voice. 3 . l . 6 1 -. .,..t..,! I 4 l EDWARD T. SMITH GENERAL Ed . . . blond, wavy hair . . . treasurer of Senior B class... his silly drawings are well liked . . . senior play . . . president of Plane Spotters . . . likes airplanes . . . plans for Navy flying. EDMUND H. STEEL ENGINEERING Ned . . . quiet . . . good stu- dent . . . plays harmonica in spare time . . . president of sophomore and junior class . . . works as soda jerk . . . president of Stamp Club . . will enlist in Navy. MARY JANE SUTCH 'GENERAL Sutchie . . . Student Council . . . very willing . . . always on committees . . . varsity swimming . . . J.F. E. . . . senior play . . . "Marriage of Nannette" . . . Glee Club . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Elizabethan Singers . . . nice personality . . . wants to be dental hygienist. ROBERT E. SANDERS CLASSICAL Bob . . . tall and dark . . . . . senior vice-president . . . 'Honor Roll student . . . "Abingtonian" . . . senior play . . . "Yearbook" . . . color guard . . . Junior Historian Club . . . likes meterology.. . plans college or Army. NICHOLAS W. SCAMUFFO VOCATIONAL Nick . . . quiet and happy- go-lucky . . . fired gun at football games . . . attended machinists' conference . . . ljkes sports . . . intends to get job in industry. DOROTHY SCHULZ GENERAL Dot . . . four years at Mil- ton High . . . secretary and treasurer of class at Milton . . . dribbler for the basket- eers . . . member of Choral Club there . . . collects pos- tage stamps . . . college am- bitions. I D. J EAN SPAYD CLASSICAL Spaydol . . . observant . . . "Abingtonian" . . . J.F. E. . . . "Yearbook" . . . Glee Club . . . delights in romp- ing with dog . . . enjoys pig- skin games and needle 'wield- ing . . . look out for her, business school! DOROTHY B. STITELER SCIENTIFIC Dorty . . . slim and pretty . . . hates nickname . . . Glee Club . . . "Yearbook" . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Elizabethans . . . bookworm . . . loves to ride horseback . those long fingernails! . . wants to be a nurse. LOIS M. TAYLOR GENERAL Otie . . . attractive . . . en- ergetic . . . member of Glee Club . . . A Cappella Choir . . . president of Etiquette Club . . . senior play . . . dresses well . . . plans to study nursing at Osteopathic. 36 WILLIAM J. l sAvoIzY SCIENTIFIC Bill . . . quiet . . . studious . . . vice-president of Current Events Club . . . wrote nature articles for "Oracle" . . . in- terested in ornithology and falconry . . . trained his own hawks. ALICE R. SCHAFFER COMMERCIAL Alice . . . pleasant smile . . quiet . . . Library Club . . Home Nursing Club . . likes reading and sports . . . will attend business school. , CHARLES E. SHALLBERG GENERAL Charlie . . . studious blond . . . senior ploy . . . good ping-pong player . . . likes sports, math, and steak . goes for music and model making . . . plans to join Army. ROBERT H. THORNTON GENERAL Bob . . . good-looking blond . . . monogram in soccer . . . A Cap- pella Choir . . . Elizabethans . . . vice-president of Reporters Club . . . senidr play . . . sec- retary of Navy Club but plans to join Army. ' DONALD G. WALLACE ENGINEERING Don . . . carefree . . . passive interest in studies . . . plays trombone in band . . . varsity swimming team . . . "Abing- tonian" feature writer . . . al- ways quoting in German . . . Army Air Corps next. WILLIAM A. WHITE GENERAL Bill . . . always has a sunny disposition, quiet and rather shy . . . an airplane fanatic . . . attended Lock Haven Air School in Connecticut on a scholarship . . . has student pilot's license . . . has already enlisted in the FLORENCE A. WILSON COMMERCIAL Flossie . . . amiable . . . "Abingtonian" and J.F.E. typ- ist . . . hobbies . . . knitting and collecting photographs . . . fond of tennis and swimming . . . plans college in the fall. Air Corps. M. ELAINE WINEGARD GENERAL That winning smile . . . petite . . . Latin Club Treasurer . . . likes dancing and eating . . . secretary of the Camera Club . . . plans to enter college. JACK DU RKIN GENERAL Irish . . . carefree, lively . . . varsity wrestler . . . competed in district championship . . . faithful Sports Club member . . . tickles the spark plugs . . . will apply with Army Air Corps. IN MEMORIAM Donald Corson February 28, 'I943 37 JULIA M. TRIPLETT CLASSICAL Judy . . .. Internos . . . very willing vice-president of Library Club . . . took part in round table conferences . . . likes to receive letters . . . generous . . . very studious . . . will always help a friend . . . plans college after graduation. MURIEL G. WENNER SCIIENTIFIC Bobs . . . attractive redhead . . . Student Council . . . Glee Club. . .A Cappella Choir . . . Pro-consul of Latin Club . . . senior play . . . cheerleader . . . "Abingtonian" . . . Year- book" . . . likes to tap dance and draw cartoons . . . plans for college. M. SUZANNE WILLIAMS GENERAL Sue . . . manager of swimming . . . advertising for "Abingtoni- an" . . . Glee Club . . . pleas- ing personality . . . A Cappella Choir . . . likes to collect rec- ords and postcards . . . plans business school. ' 4 , ng , -3. V I , , ' 57 ' , "s- ' m',:""ki"""5 "NIL,-aus.-rQ.. U KN- Q l - ff r . . 'N-'yn' - ' ' 'J' A 1- Zi L E if' V I -N Q. . I zyf, AIII- I f or. I' I IJ' 1- .-.l. -,, ' -W. l 1 -"r ,W-.LL.,,,h 1 . ..., IL. I ,,'- ox I .QI Izqsnwyh . . IE L " by ' 131. -. "'- Au, '-lv-'ff' 'B J FL IVIII II , I I ,I . . ,II 1, QI-,-. 4 , NWA-,MI . 't f . f .fp-5, 'a' pf r ' - if 1 . V . I II :Ii . III - I I I I 4-.I 4 ,I . IV- I I Q II, 'Vi . 4 IIIIII I...-"' I II In . I in , V I I It, , III IIIIII V 353,-ei III III ., I-..-,, " w . - P ' ' v-ns:-f-"4 IS' ,Va E QQ, QI ,--r-f-...,,, P- - A + - I - g . PQ , LW, , ,, - 'EQ I I I 4 1,.1,,.fI 061,55 I fi, it JANUARY ': I . . 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OKACEM President-Robert Hondschumacher Vice-President-Warren Strohmeier Secretary--Marie Wqeltz Treasurer-Nicholas Butch Athletic Rep.--Frank Gosborro Sponsor-M. B. Messinger Gasbarro, Strohmeier, Butch, Marie Waeltz, Handschumacher, Sponsor M. B. Messinger omior .A OMMM President-Richard Reeves Vice-President-Richard Hay Secretary-Nancy Hamlin Treasurer-Scott Jarrett Athletic Rep.-Frank Minnick Sponsor-W. H. Albright Reeves, Sponsor W. H. Albright, Min- nick, Jarrett, Nancy Hamlin, Hay 5ZpAom0re C2l'5 President-eWillic1m O'Boyle Vice-President-Joseph Toddei Secretary-Catherine De Volerio Treasurer-Robert Rosenberger Athletic Rep.-Fred Trimble Sponsor-J. S. Furniss Sponsor J. S, Furniss, O'Boyle, Cather- ine De Valerio, Rosenberger. J. Tod- clei, Trimble First Semester Council Second Semester Council Meeting First Semester Officers Rathgeb Klumpp, Hommer, Sponsor Lissfelt, Reilly Second Semester Officers Parker, Sanders, Hamlin, Sponsor Lissfelt, Wilson Here 'is democracy in practice: student participation in school gov- ernment, Each homeroom elects its representatives, the entire student body chooses the Council leaders, the Council cooperates with Spon- sor E. A. Lisstelt and Principal Ger- nert in maintaining discipline, in sponsoring school projects, in plan- ning homeroom discussions, and in promoting desirabie school spirit. Serving quietly and reliably wher- ever help is needed, the Council de- velops and demonstrates student leadership. First Semester Officers President, Donald Reilly Vice-President, William Ham- mer Secretary, Claire Rathgeb Treasurer, Walter Klumpp ' Second Semester Officers President, James Wilson Vice-President, Robert Sanders Secretary, Barbara Parker Treasurer, Nancy Hamlin xS?lfLJ8lfLi Cgoomci l0lfL:5 ELVVL mm! AQ QQ. Q3 ,CN Q N Q TW 5 l .5 Q Q 3 Q F Student committees under the leadership of Miss Helen P. Briggs, librarian, have all year sold stamps and bonds in school and in the township. With .lim Campbell and Betty Haffner as chairmen the first semester, and lrving Einhorn and Carolyn Cook the second semester, sales mounted toward the goal set -Sll0,000-for an amlbulance plane. During the Fourth War Loan Drive, Miss Gertrude L. Turner's' Junior Fourth Estate members cooperated in the clean- up drive and later handled outside canvassing for bond orders. Every student joined the Junior Red Cross, and eaah month over ninety per cent bought war stamps to keep the Minute Mon flag flying. 4 W' B I as 4,5 X I W1 wr ,gsggf Y j: ' z E wQQgQ5E5+ Y .fi . ,,,, . Wfafw 3 , Y . . D 2-4. Q , ,, JT, I 1 I vw 5 in Y kgiix Mk ff "' ,v9"'5" m? Qi:g,.- A' , nl fi .mv Q Qi . W: .1 f. f ff? 2 'A' ug if. ' z.. X 'S " 2 'QM ., , 2 1 mg s k f .rs Z ff. if N f ' I . 4 , U 'S- I ef Q, , .4 5 .gk A , ' V 'vw- YS , f' x, , X. V' ' ' 1 1 .Ki x. ' . ' , 1, ' 'iff Y fr Q. ' W M ' k". 1 P J' .. we Af " , ' ' ."Lx2'f:iZ::2L:f'?i1'f:!-: -- Jw ' 2 -xi vi -1f,1'f ..'-Z.-'fa ,.',?g-35,211 ' '1"""-'4f"L',"--saqQ,?,,gH1ii4, 2 5 f - 2--'.'-X-:.--fans'gxw2w.f-Y v- , E 4. . 445 ' , ,-Lt: ww . 1- g ig f s' 15. 5355 -g-fgf-I -ffj , 1- M 0 if Q' i i ' 1 . 1 23, ,,, , f. , Ha ,, ,Q Q Er N . K. -v sa, be S2 .45 1--- -nv-ew , I 1 1 IN 11 111 4 1 11 4111 W111111 11L1111:!,, 1 1 1 111 'WY11 ' W W111111 1 ,WN1v11, 1 1 '11 11' 1 1 111 '1 . 1 1 1 " ew . 1 5,1 1 " 1 W L,,, . W ' 155 11WL . I U1 W1 J 1 A 1 1 ' , '33 1 111 ' 11 NM W' 1, X131 M, 111 tm " ' is W1 1 '1 ' ' 1 k -, V11 W' W 'va A' U, ll N , VAQQN ' Q ' ' is W1f4!,111 X M1 W1 MP W1 M Wu WP111lV1111M 1,5 w 1 11 1 , X151 1 I f 11 'fn' EEUU .111 1111 111 111 1 W W wk 1 JP 42 1 W 1 W , W' 'iwlfi' V 1 . 'WM111Q?51f?g! 1' QW: 1 1'-f R ik ' " wiiswfw 43' Ive- S25 .fl Ml Simi SOCCER HOCKEY Claire Rathgeb Selma Eble Jean Lutz . Betty Haffner Grace Zackey Mildred Zitzer Lucille Martin Jean Leidy Barbara Parker Joyce Hallinger Jean Lovell Coach Gertrude Manager :RW .Rl if .EECF .Ll . .GLW RH CH . .LH . RF . LF . . ., G E. Herzog Carol Cyr W Blumenthal .G Gasbarra FB Derck FB Park IF Parker CH Garforth RH Protis OF Koenig CF Hay RH Hake OF Ulmer LH Belcher FB Fitzgerald OF Powell IF Coach P. T. Gantt Manager Warren Kaenl 1 i i"i ,T T l , lilliinyigw l,- 5 . Q ' 4 , .H 5 FOOTBALL F. Minnick ,-,....,,E D. Charters ,...,,, Q ,.,, ,..,..,.. T W. Hammer ..,.... , .,.. NG A. McKee ....... - ....... C L. Foyle ....... A ........, G L. Gardner ...... ,,,-..,,. T F. Edgar ...-..- ...... ........,. . ..E J. Smith ...... - .,,,.,...,.,,.,..,,, HB R. Dicker A, AH ,,,, ...QB H. Waeltz ........... ., ......,,v, HB Hasenmayer N., A,.,,,,.,, Mv,,m,FB R. Gracey ................ .. ............... E Couch .... Glenn R. Snodgrass Manager ..... . .... William Quay f , -: I HOCKEY SCORES Lower Moreland, Upper Moreland Hallahan ..,,,,,. 2. Springfield ,,..,, . Jenkintown , r,,, , Norristown .... , Hatboro ,,,, .,,,,,,. Ambler , ,,,,,,,, ,. Abington Opponents 4 0 7 O 3 0 3 l O 2 2 2 2 I 2 l 6 victories l loss l tie -.-......,. .,..,.,, M n. SOCCER SCORES AHS Op. Hatfield ,-,,,2,. 6 0 Central ..,. ,,,,..,. 1 Frankford ....,. Haverford ,,,, . Lower Me rion Hill School ,,,, GRlD RECORD Haverford Penn Charter Lower Merion Episcopal Upper Darby Norrisfown Radnor Won 2 Lost 4 Tied l AHS OP 7 7 6 I4 ,l4 39 6 3 , 7 I2 33 13 0 7 Hatfield Haverford Lower Merion George School l 2 3 5 4 George School 2 I l 3 5 3 Ufpper Darby 2 O 0 0 O 2 Upper Darby , 2 3 O O O 2 3 Wins 7 Losses 3 Ties rfz iii +-SA: T?".if.g.'. -if 'L rf' N94 H A-B-I-N-G-T-O-N RAY, Abington! Fight! Fight! With oil your might. When our teom Goes forth to bottle, We're behind eoch one floflaf Abingtonian Editors-first semester Under the leadership of these three editors, Mary Fair, Don Neiman, and Bill Dodson, sports, the Abingtonion again captured first place in both Pennsylvania State Press Association and Columbia Scholastic Press Asso- ciation contests, Oracle Because of war conditions, the school's literary-art magazine, the ORACLE, published only one issue this year. Working under Vivienne Judy as editor, the staff used "Patches" as theme in order to secure a wide variety of material. With the coop- eration of the Student Council, sub- scriptions broke all previous records, and the magazine won a first in the C.S.P.A. contest. George Weinman, Elmer Jarrett, Bill Forsyth, Vivienne Judy, edi- tor, Marjory Diorup, Virginia Frank. Junior Fourth Estate Abington's energetic Junior Fourth Estate members are kept on the job sending out news of the school to the community, county, and city papers. Under the direction of Miss Gertrude L. Turner, sponsor, they let the world know how Abington is progressing in its war effort and aid actively in the sale of bonds for school and commun- ity drives. fpudgcalfiond - A. 1-1 nlu R2 I N' ga M 'S w, u -, 4 1 ,. 3' . W., 1 ' ar- W Qs as i47"'-f-.5 'E .LK ' ' km .Wm WN .N -vs --v .rw ' '- .- 3- M..-s -Q nj! 'fp U ffz.-T...-5325-'v all-' A ' Q ' --" A 'gfff 5 1' 'fr " Q' E QW' Nd! If 'f 4- ,si '- A- a . ' w , f F. I 4 J 'lil Y W BW 'fkxfxy ' , Q A',1 ur " an -J i if S ,.p' mm, owic ln educating for war and peace, Abington has produced a fine example of cooperation and student spirit in her musical organizations. On the march, on the playing field, at home and away, the band, under the capable direction of Leonard B. Smith, has in- spired and embodied the spirit of Abington. Under the same leader, the school orchestra has played for class plays and other school functions. . . ln vocal music, the Elizabethan Sing- ers, A Cappella Choir, and Cilee Clubs, all directed by Carroll O'Brien, sang at P.T.A. meetings, participated in programs for local organizations, went caroling at Christmas, and cliimaxed their school year by presenting C-aul's "Holy City" in May. On the Marchl Attention! Break Forth, O Beauteous Heavenly Light! Assembly Time I wqxw " H ' 44 'Q ' v' A A1 - ,- iw P W In WA ' Q1 ,fff My 3 Q? A' U. - , , . I IF X Q wk ..., f 4 ,. N WJ., Q 1. . .J-'Wifi'-Nt' km, I ,q-'1""'LyA' 'n ,, Y. ,, -LII' 5 . gig, VL mga L A L- M .K Qu- 'WV' Q f-, J QV V4- If in W 3 N--.. I I ., , , -Sl. u .Y , ,V .- fy-fm., - hail 41 3 1 Q., f E If ' 0' .' ' 1 K l 5 .,. --:H D-Q., ', O IM' W sl Q .-, x I .1 Q it -up ml U 11131 ,f Y ' s.. A , x' ' D+- ! 5 p pl '4 ""':" ' an ,s Hg' '. H---..--ug . I in YR" ,qs+g?,,.. f' -wg --M-up M ? QQ "' -ww -o -ll New if of X ,X A I "' wall' vs YN ,, ,f ' 1. N 'x Q 5 ..- T fir., Iii ""' ' figs naw' Q ...M in Y .QQ ---. A,,A W xvw , 'i',-E, -M " ,. ,s NPN K ' W 5 MM will again need a sound knowledge at fundamental subjects, Abington High contin- ues to give by holding fast to its basic curri- culum. Jil-Wm-M ' n -, 'hu 'T rt, . .v I f' M' Q ,, L. ...E A1 A an Q -, 'Wh ' if f 4, -It A N Abingtonian Typists o'DonneH, M. Miller, B. Miller, Wilson, Warnken. Editorial Staff P. Eitzen, Lutz, Ash, Spayd, R. Eitzen, Miss Miller, Rogers, Adam, Fair, Bell, Wallace. Another Group of News Writers Sanders, Neiman, Cochran, Cooney, Spitzer, Randolph, Moore, McKay. Off to Boys in Service Koob, Waeltz, Warnken, Harror. THE ABINGTONIAN Led by Don Neiman and Mary Fair as editors, the "Abingtonian" staffs kept students informed concerning Abington lHigh's war goals, the records and achievements of graduates in service, and all the activities of the school. Sev- eral hundred papers are' sent every two weeks to men in service, not only through- out the United States but out on every far-flung battlefront. Circulation Staff Pi lgren, Zackey, Roberts Riley, Parenti, Emerich ship, Sprouse, Robinson, C Houpt, E. Houpt, Kittle Boehner, Madill, Clyde. News Staff at Work Neiman, Prentzel, Durfee, Campbell, Daniel, Coch- ran, Parker. Sports Writers Oxman, Martin, Hay, Dur- fee, sports editor. 1 lash ' .F l .s v. li. M 1 , Boiston, Hansen, Miller- r -Ii ' 'K wr, Q! E 54 N R..- lr. L 1 , wif 'C'- fi 'E ab wi' kj! If .596 at 7 I H WA lfIM h x r - Wk. MN, a FV . , Q.. EM I., ' 7 :gay Ifx 4-A fa li- 3 gl AM's ' uk iii! mea film ,Slew BOYS' BASKETBALL Team Ralph Dicker William Derck Woodard Liggett Dick Reeves Robert Stokes David Charters Charles Parks Ralph Friedberg Bill Quay Jim Klos Frank Minnick Warren Loudon, George F. Erb, Coach Record Penn Charter ...A..... .,.... Conshohocken .............. Lower Merion ........,..,..., George School ................ Norrlstown .,.,....,....,...... Haverford .... -- .,.. -...-... Penn Charter ............ L.- Upper Darby,..-H.... Upper Moreland ..,......... Lower Merion .,,. George School .,...,. Conshohocken ,,,,. ,,,.,, AHS Opp 30 52 54 39 16 33 40 37 32 35 25 37 15 43 25 41 39 49 19 49 39 43 54 34 41 29 36 69 Norristown ,,,,,., ...., MOHGQSI' Haverford ., GIRLS' BASKETBALL Team Record Helen Mauthe AHS Opp Joyce Hollinger 1 Jean Lovell Norristown ,.......,,.... 13 35 Jeon Graham Hatboro - ,,,,,,,.,.,..,.,,. 19 11 E9ll1iIM4,uh:'f Abington Friends .... 27 42 uc: e a in Claire Rathgeb Upper Moreland ,,L. , 26 16 pot Smith Lower Merion ........,. 16 22 Frances Braccio Springfield ,.,,.......... 26 28 Marion Broglan Ambler rrrfv M ---YYV7g7,7 30 24 'S:'9'e EI?2ZC'j'Mno er Hatboro ,,,,,,o,,ooooooo,,oo 16 9 Mvgggemldirge Mos? Lower Moreland .,..,L 27 8 Coach Suburban Champs District l Champs Team AHS opp White Loder Haverford .....,.. 41 8 Root Griffith U D b 33 Dahl Green Lgxser Mar.y""" I9 ' 12 Brown Edgar er erlon "" Du,-kin Wilson Lansdowne ........ 20 19 ixevanscgjn Fanelli Penn Charter .... 41 6 QI an Joe Taddei, Manager George Schools 31 13 Glenn R, Snodgrass, Coach Lgnfllflgl LPA Swimmin HaDDY Rel0Y . l Vldonous Nllleznlleey Ballenbefg Cowgrd. TEAM Captain Selma Eble Dorothy Coward Jean Ballenberg Bonnie Ulmer Janet Oughfon Jean Graham Judy Kuhn Carol Welsh Barbara Parker Jane Miller Mary Jane Sufch Mary Ann Silverman Pat Ayres Suzanne Williams, Manager Helen M. Clark, Coach Varsity Coach Clark, Asst. Mgr. Higgins, Mgr, Williams, Welsh, Ulmer, Miller, Kuhn, Oughton, Ballen- berg, Cpf. Eble, Silverman, Parker, Graham, Coward, 62 D4-yn , . . JUFYTI7 Yhuf Starr' RECORD Westtawn Lower Merion Swarthmore Baldwin Norristown Hallahan Olney AHS 24 31 30 20 32 34 32 Ovv 47 35 36 55 34 32 34 ju we lovin? x , , as I"LlfL OI" 10.95505 GIRLS' TENNIS Varsity Hollinger J. Lovell Graham J. Miller Rathgeb J. Gimbel Eble H, Schlemmer Parker J. Deisroth Martin J. Ballenberg L. Dorothy Jones, Schedule Lansdowne J. Norristown J. Upper Darby C. Doylestown S. Jenkintown B. Doylestown Lower Merion Jenkintown Manager Gertrude E. Herzog, Coach BASEBALL AHS Opp. ' Varsity Central .,.. .... . .. 6 7 Groshens, lb Frankford ...... ..... . 7 3 Lentz, 2b Ben Franklin...-... IO I O'B0yle, 2b Upper Darby .... 2 I2 Off, 3b Norristown DlCl4e'r S5 Lower Merion ReeVe5r If George School l'l0mm?f, Cf Haverford Hetherington, rf Penn Charter E?1lg'IT5O:' f Jenkintown ' Upper Darby -l-Oddel, C Norristown Ssxiin' p Han school Knowlgsp George School Robert lvlporris, Lower Merion Monoger Haverford George F. Erb, Jenkintown Coach BOYS' TENNIS Schedule Vanity Lansdowne Hake Oughton Nonisfown Davidson Neiman Upper Darby gratis grumpoldt . megan reeman l"?"'e' Mem" rraedberg william chandiee, Hlll School McCullough Manager Bryn Afl"Y"' Sterner ,A. Donald Frantz, Germantown Academy Dodson Coach TRACK Schedule Squad Penn Relays Cox Murphy Ambler Creighton Griffith Central Deker Brunner George School Hogg Einhom Jenkintown Minnick Gold SI-'l9U'bU"' Meet Pork Handschurnacher Holboro Eaters Montague District Meet Y Spongenberg Chogl PFOTIS George S Purvis Davey Rudisill Waters E- Smith Homsher J. Smith Fonelli Strohmeier John Gourley, Gilson Manager HOVTSIWOYHG James Wilson, Cl"lOfl'Ql'S Cgqch gi, t- " , ,.. e - . i S N-. L f 4-..,M,,, . Q , , L I if - i R 2 i ' ,. A. i HL, Filip fy. f, if: af KC g , fgxffffi .. 1 555 me 5 1 :,1! ,, ,-i ff , Q: ffuiiqg- 1 L ' Ui . .W -- " ,, W .L-A L' 1 Sf, f 'K .1 H ,. 1 1'-1 K , z f ,- 1 5,1 -,,2 M' ' 'L ' 34 'ig Q, J I ,Q ,QL ' , ,. , 'fl YT .. .2 . 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VALENTINE FLORIST Corsages a Specialty 729 West Avenue Jenkintown, Pa. HILLSIDE CEMETERY ROSLYN, PA. Ogontz 2973 OPEN TUES. EVES LAVENDER BEAUTY SHOPPE All Branches of Beauty Culture 301 N. EASTON ROAD L. Bertsch Glenside, Pa. TAYLOR SCHOOL "Distinctive Business Training" in these courses STENOGRAPHIC - SECRETARIAL - MEDICAL SECRETARIAL and WAR EMERGENCY WORK Registration Twice a Month OPEN ALL YEAR Free Employment Service 1207 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, Pa. Rittenhouse 6434 Ogontz 6996 KESWICK CYCLE SHOP RICH NORMAN, Proprietor Hobby Supplies - Model Airplanes N. Easton Road GLENSIDE, PENNSYLVANIA Ogontz 6444 OGONTZ DRY CLEANERS CLEANING, PRESSING 8. REPAIRING We operate our own plant at 'I108 LIMEKILN PIKE North Hills, Pa. KENYON BROTHERS, Inc. C O A L FUEL OIL -- BUILDING MATERIALS KOPPERS COKE and CORD WOOD North Hills, Po. Phone: Ogontz 0950-0951 KESLER'S "Florists for the Particular" FLOWERS TELEGRAPHED ANYWHERE 15 Tennis Avenue NORTH HILLS, PA. Ogontz 3109 Ogontz 200 Ogontz 201 Glenside Lumber 81 Cool Co. LUMBER - MILL WORK BUILDING MATERIALS COAL - COKE - FUEL OIL Mt. Cormel and Tyson Avenues GLENSIDE, PA. Ogontz 3273 DEWEY'S MOVERS North Hills, Po. Dewey's Ice Service WOMEN'S APPAREL LIL-LEE, ING. JENKINTOWN, PA. Ogontz 4026 EINHORN'S MARKET 1300 Mt. Carmel Ave. Telephone: Ogontz 9083 Phone: Ogontz 2171 WILLIAM MILLER Contractor and Builder 1117 W. Mt. Carmel Avenue North Hills, Pa. JENKINTOWN BANK 8. TRUST CO. JENKINTOWN, PA. "Where The Bus Stops At The Door" Member Member FEDERAL RESERVE BANK FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. SHARPLESS STATIONERY SERVICE 727 West Avenue JENKINTOWN, PA. OGONTZ 3250 Sociol ond Commercial Stationery GREETING CARDS SCHOOL SUPPLIES GIFTS OFFICE SUPPLIES Ogontz 4661 Jenkintown 2846 RUSSELL SMITH, Inc. Distinctive Furniture JENKINTOWN, PA. 416 ou: Yonx nom MAJESTIC 3131 MELROSE 4515 LYNAM COAL CO. INC. COAL LUMBER FUEL on. BUILDING MATERIALS 8011 YORK ROAD, ELKINS PARK, PA. YOU KNOW ME-- Ogontz ol I6 "AL" "0"N50N FRED A. SCHUENEMANN "0" the Pike" PHARMACIST NORTH HMS' PA' 115 E. Mi. Carmel Ave. one-.uae Ogontz 6989-J . C. D. LAMPHERE ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR HOTPOINT APPLIANCES 1201 Mt. Carmel Ava., North Hills, Pa. GLENSIDE TOGGERY For Men and Boys 118 S. Easton Road GLENSIDE, PA. B. C. Schwartz Open Evenings RAY'S SERVICE STATION York Road and Eckord Ave. ABINGTON, PA. Since 1926 For Service Call Ogontz 9338 ABINGTON SHOE REPAIR JOSEPH PILEGGI Expert Workmanship All Work Guaranteed 22 York Road Abington, Pa. BUY WAiR BONDS F. J. PENSION Postmaster, Abington, Pa. LI LLIAN-HAI RDRESSI NG ABINGTON, PA. IDA RENE BEAUTY SHOP Ogontz 3484 21 East Wharton Road GLENSIDE, PA. MEEHAN'S NURSERIES We plan and plant your home grounds Ambler 0226 --- DRESHER, PA. A. BURNS HOT DOGS HAMBURGERS ICE CREAM SOFT DRINKS 2 Horace Avenue ABINGTON, PA. GLENSIDE WHOLESALE CO. 103 EAST GLENSIDE AVENUE CAMERON'S DRUG STORE ORELAND, PA. Firestone Products Company, Inc. MICA SCHIST-"FlRESTONE" SILICA SAND AND GRITS Wholesale FIREBRICK CANDY and TOBACCO Glonsldo, Pa. Ogontz 1387 Edith McHugh, Proprietor Ogontz l506 JOHN M' DAUBERT EL Doms BEAUTY sl-lor Regmed PLUMBING and HEATING 142 E. Glenside Ave. Glenside, Pa. 245 penn. Annual Nm., Hill. BEAUTY CULTURE IN ALL BRANCHES Ogontz 4865 GREETINGS PARKSIDE INN Willow Grove, Pa. MILLER DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTIONS - GIFTS - VITAMINS Willow Grove, Pa. GLENN PHARMACY 417 South York Road DRUGS-PRESCRIPTIONS wn.Low GROVE, PA. Damp Wash - Soft Finish Finished Family Service DRY CLEANING GLENSIDE LAUNDRY 33 and 35 East Glenside Ave. GLENSIDE, PA. Phones: Ogontz 4100-4101 WILLOW GROVE LUMBER and COAL COMPANY LUMBER, MILLWORK, BUILDING MATERIALS COAL, FUEL OIL Willow Grove, Pa. Phone: Willow Grove 0500 EDDIE'S FOOD MARKET FANCY GROCERIES-FRESH MEATS FRUITS - VEGETABLES Willow Grove, Pa. Willow Grove 566 48 YORK ROAD PAINTING Phone: Ogontz 0906 JOHN H. FORKER CARPENTER AND BUILDER 306 TYSON AVENUE GLENSIDE, Pa. Jobbing and Estimates General Repair Work Cheerfully Given Willow Grove 0269 StehIi's Willow Grove Bakery Fancy cakes for all occasions Home made ice cream 86 N. YORK ROAD WILLOW GROVE, PA. SAM V. ROBB 5 8. I0-'l.00 UP I'I'I York Road WILLOW GROVE, PA. Special: Alarm Clock Repairing COSMOS ROMEO BARBER SHOP 423 South York Road Willow Grove, Pa. Phone: Willow Grove 0440-J Open 8:30 A.M.-9:00 P.M. Except Weds. DR. IRVING B. FINK DENTIST Willow Grove, Pa. RICHARD K. WRIGHT, D.C. CH l ROPRACTOR Memorial Hall Building WILLOW GROVE, PA. wn.uAM sruss JOHN SCHAMENFK JEWELER SUNOCO SERVICE 77 YOYIK Road York Road and Decatur Avenue WILLOW GROVE, PA- WILLOW GROVE, PA. 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. HOLLYWOOD DRUGS Huntingdon Pike 8- Fox Chose Rd. Hollywood, Fox Chase, Pa. The Store That Serves Old and Young Meet at Our Fountain ALADDIN BOOK SHOP J. M. SIMPSON 224 York Road, Jenkintown 909 Gb A H II J P Phone: Ogontz 4343 l .on umm 0 was ' 0' LATEST Groceries - Delicatessen - Cigars - Candy FICTION - NON-FICTION - JUVENILES BULK - Breyers Ice Cream - PIN-rs GREETING CARDS also LENDING LIBRARY ASK ABOUT OUR SERVICES MORTGAGES INSURANCE D I ' d P' t' eI5?,f2,fiQ,'2?,gGPCopC.'Q,gng J. M. cssieucowskl Tinting and Framing Photographic Supplies REALTOR .JENKINTOWN CAMERA SHOP 701 Huntingdon pike 310 YORK ROAD Ogontz 4262 Rockledge, Pa. Pilgrim 6475 Established l865 Ogontz 7272 Mabilgas - Mobilubrication - Mobiloil W. C. FLECK 81 BRO. INC. HARDWARE - HOUSEWARE HOME ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Jenkintown Pennsylvania GREETINGS DR. MILLER Quality Meats Fruits and Produce UNITY FRANKFORD STORE A. BYRNES 8508 Tulpehocken Avenue ELKINS PARK, PA. Groceries Ogontz 2660 SERVICE STATION Oxford 8. Burnholme Avenues Fox Chase, Philadelphia Permanent Waving Scalp Treatments Hot Oil Shampooing - Facial Massage C. FRED SCHMITZ HAIR STYLIST Mel. 9811 8026 York and M. P. HORNER, Inc. PLUMBING and HEATING 8043 York Road Elkins Park, Pu. Melrose 4644 STEVEN'S GROCERIES SMOKED MEATS - FROZEN FOODS 522 Cypress Avenue ELKINS PARK, PA. Ogontz 9l64 FREE DELIVERY Phone: CHELT. 8006 HOLLYWOOD FOOD STORE 914 GIBSON AVENUE lst GRADE MEATS CARL HOERGER, Prop. Melrose 3005 CLARA MAYER Beauty Salon Open, Mon., Wed., Fri., 'Til 9 P. M. 506 Township Line ELKINS PARK, PA. Ball Phone: Ogontz 9830 Keystone: Jenkintown 25ll J. FRANK FLECK CO. HARDWARE 424 York Road JENKINTOWN, PA. BOONIN'S DRUG STORE PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS Ogontz 1616 441 Township Line ELKINS PARK, PA. LIMEKILN BARBER SHOP 934 Limekiln Pike NORTH HILLS, PENNA. Ogontz 9246 Since 1918 HARRY ULLRICH AUTO WRECK SPECIALIST Frame and Wheel Straightening-Wheel Balancing-Front End Aligning-Trucks Straightened and Fish Plated-Complete Bear Equipment Used. 8405 Cadwolader Avenue Elkins Park, Po. SUNDIAL SHOES For Every Member of the Family A. APPLEBAUM 900 Limekiln Pike NORTH HILLS, PA. Ogontz 3150 COOK'S BARBER SHOP 516 Jenkintown Road ELKINS PARK, PA. JOHN GENTH Ogontz 2909 NORTH HILLS AUTO REPAIR Official Inspection Station Northwest Cor. Limekiln Pike end Cricket Ave. NORTH HILLS, PENNA. Battery Service Towing Day or Night Phone: Ogontz 1687 JOHN M. READING M. J. KERVIN Regisfefed PAINTING and GLAZING PLUMBING and HEATING 218 Tyson Avenue Glenside, Po. AbInS1'0N1 P0- Repair Work-Oil Burners and Fuel Oil Quality Meats Fruits 8. Produce NORTH HILLS QUALITY MARKET 1006 Limekiln Pike Free Delivery Ogontz 9044 FRED R. WILHELM Real Estate - Insurance - Notary Public 911 Limekiln Pike, North Hills NORTH HILLS Ogontz 4349 CHARLES LIGHTMAN IMPORTER - MERCHANT TAILOR - and FURRIER Certified Cold Storage 14 York Road Abington, Po. FRESH FRUITS and VEGETABLES-COLD CUTS DONATO BROTHERS 64 HORACE AVENUE Ogontz 1285 ABINGTON, PA. Ogontz 9014 A. H. B. SKEATH PHARMA I C ST HOWARD NICE Limekiln Pike and Mt. Carmel Avenue NORTH HILLS, PA. Ogontz 9192 WRIGHT'S SERVICE STATION VULCANIZING and RECAPPING Limekiln Pike and Edge Hill Road EDGE HILL Phone: Ogontz 9182 WILLIAM N. SPAYD Carpenter - Builder Jobbing - Alternations - Repairs 1301 Limekiln Pike, North Hills, Pe. Ogontz 1024 J. W. DEAN 81 SON Funeral Service 7900 Oxford Avenue 6401-03 Rising Sun Avenue Fox Chase, Phila. Pilgrim 1006 Lawndale, Phila. Pilgrim 1168 -..5fgi9,.- Ogontz 9383 College Riding Academy Limekiln Pike and Twining Road FITZWATERTOWN Instructions To Beginners Your Horses Hauled, Boarded, Schooled Horses Bought and Sold Saddles and Bridles -..,Ef.+3,.- BROWN'S DAIRIES 172 HARRISON AVENUE GLENSIDE, PA. Ogontz 2954-W GLENSIDE PHARMACY ARTHUR S. LEVINTOW, Ph.G. Easton Road and Mt. Carmel Ave. GLENSIDE, PENNSYLVANIA Visit Our Soda Fountain Ogontz 1737 ROY-ANN G. Roy Schmidt-Ann C. Logue BEAUTICIANS 'l2 W. Glenside Ave., Glenside, Pa. 2d Floor, Heist Bldg. Ogontz 4171 DRESSES SPORTSWEAAR H. A. ROBERTSON 115 S. Easton Road 1- HOSIERY Ogontz 6494 Ogontz I658 KARP CLEANERS 120 S. Easton Road GLENSIDE, PA. Ogontz 0486 Open Mon., Fri. 81 Sat. Eves. BRODY'S DEPARTMENT STORE Family Outfitters Since 1905 GLENSIDE, PA. KIDDIE FURNITURE SIL V E R S 110 S. Easton Road GLENSIDE, PA. Ogontz 372 ROBERT K. MARPLE REAL ESTATE, MORTGAGES and INSURANCE 410 YORK ROAD JENKINTOWN, PA. Phone, Ogontz 6200 FEDERAL INSURED SAVINGS Abington Building Association 750 West Avenue Jenkintown Ogontz 26 25 In SMITH'S ATLANTIC SERVICE C-As - oIL - TIRES Easton Road and Bradfield Ogontz 9142 ROSLYN, PA. i ANTHONY'S DIELICATESSEN and GROCERY FRESH MEATS and VEGETABLES 32 W. Jenkintown Road, Glenside, Pa. Ogontz 9176 cs o o D L u c I4 FREEDMAN'S TAILOR BENJAMIN RAU VETERINARIAN SHOP Jenkintown Road 8- Abington Avenue 502 Jenkintown Road QLENSIDE Ogontz 4233 GLENSIDE, PA. pennsylvania LAWRENCE DRUG STORE EASTON nom ROSLYN, PENNSYLVANIA B. BLUMENTHAL GLENSIDE DELICATESSEN Easton and Wharton Roads Bell: Ogontz 3282 Glenside, Po. Om, wa, JIM's GULF SERVICE K E L L Y I S Jenkintown and Edgehill Rds. GROCERIES cmd MEATS ARDSLEY' PA. ROSLYN, PA. Phone: Ogontz 9180 MERIN - BALIBAN Specialists in Yearbook Photography Providing Highest Quality Workmanship and Efficient Service for Many Outstanding Schools and Colleges Yearly. Official Photographers to the ORACLE All Portraits Appearing in this Publication Have Been Placed on File in Our Studios, and can be Duplicated at Any Time for Personal Use. Write or Call us for Further Information. 1010 CHESTNUT STREET PHILADELPHIA, PA. I ic' 'A ' LARRY'S BARBER SHOP 127 York Road Next to Fire House ABINGTON, PA. Lawrence Ventresco Sanitary Service RUBlN'S MARKET Quality Meats, Groceries and Produce Corner Hamel Avenue, Ardsley, Pa. Phones: Ogontz 0924-9036 Free Delivery Fresh Meats-Frosted Foods-Butter and Eggs G. PARKHOUSE 8. SONS 'l'l5 York Road ABINGTON, PA. Phone: Ogontz 964 Edith Wilcox Helen DeGroat THE VOGUE SHOP 30 East Wharton Road Glenside, Po. Ogontz I985 Sportswear-Lingerie--Gifts POWELL'S onus STORE Abington, Pa. TURNER'S HARDWARE GLENSIDE School Supplies ond Stationery Ogontz 2084 FRANK McCORMlCK BENDIX SALES and SERVICE No. 'I Susquehanna Road ABINGTON, PA. Ogontz 9338 Quality and Service First SAM SCHAFFER SMOKEHOUSE GLENslo: HICKORY SMOKED MEATS FARM PRODUCTS Phone: Ogontz 3303 KESWICK PHOTO SHOP KODAKS - PHOTO SUPPLIES - PHOTO CUSTOM TAILOR FINISHING Daily Pressing Service Geo. W. Gerding, Jr., Prop. 24 YORK ROAD ABING1-GN, PA. I7 E. Wharton Rd. Glenside, Pa. 1? DOLLAR VALET SERVICE ARBUTA CLEANERS AND DYERS WHARTON SHOPPE Lingerie, Neckwear, Hosiery and Dry Goods Next to Keswick Theatre AMALCAMATED CLARA S. SHELHORN, Prop. BART Roof BRAUN 5 HOSIERY BABIES' WEAR DRESSES FRUIT Gnd PRODUCE LINGERIE - SPORTS WEAR 'I2 E. Wharton Avenue Glenside, Pa. Ardsley' Pc' Ogontz 7370 JOHN F. BIERLIN 81 SON Bradfield Road-Between Trolley and Railroad SEEDLINGS FOR THAT VICTORY GARDEN Tomato - Egg Plant - Pepper - Cabbage - Celery ROSLYN, PENNA. Phone: Ogontz 3165 GLENSIDE UPHOLSTERING W. Bordin, Prop. SLIP COVERS - WINDOW SHADES Upholstering in all its Branches As it Should Be Done WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED Keswick Building Glenside, Pa. Phone: Ogontz 344 Renninger 81 Renninger General Insurance Brokers IA! SfafionI-GLENSIDE, Pa. RONNIE'S 5 - I0 - 25: STORES OPEN FRIDAY and SATURDAY EVENINGS 108 S. EASTON ROAD GLENSIDE, PA. WM. E. H. BELL SocoNv vAcUUM PRODUCTS AUTOMOBILE SERVICE and REPAIRS Ogontz 9IO2 Easton Road and Toxany Avenue ABINGTON FLORIST BURR A. ROBINSON, Jr. 6 York Road, Abington, Penna. Phone: Ogontz 4290 Phone: Ogontz 3280-J .Estimates Free Moonsws Movn-:G and STORAGE, RICHARD B. SCMITZ Inc. 24 E. Mt. Carmel Avenue MOVING and HAULING of ALL KINDS Long Distance Moving a Specialty Reference: Ask the People We Move B R X K 0 E N I G ' S THE REXALL DRUG STORE GLENSIDE PLUMBING and HEATING 346 Edgehill Rd. ARDSLEY, PA. Ogontz 4198 VICTORY DRESS SHOP W. H. HOWARD 14 E. Mt. Carmel Avenue GLENSIDE, PA. 79 Years Training for Business Accounting and Secretarial Ceunel far Men and Women Summer School begins Monday, June 'I9 FALL TERM DAY-Tuesday, Sept. 5 EVENING-Monday, Sept. 'IB GIBBONS BARBER SHOP 414 EASTON ROAD G P E I R c E , 'A i 5 Q H 9 Q L Glenslde, Pa. HS i M ADQ:IN1gggjg3,N OPPOSITE CASA CONTI HOTEL XT' PEN. 21oo - RACE 5611 Peirce School Bldg., Pine St. Wesl ol Breed, Phila. 2 A. GIBBONI BARBER WEIR lOpposite Weldon School? EASTON ROAD C-LENSIDE, PA. -mc- REALTOFQ D eAs'roN nom: Ano wi-:Anfon nomo GLENSIDE. PA. W. WASYNGER G' REED 325 NORTH EASTON ROAD LAUNDRY and DRY CLEANING SHOE REPAITRING EAS-I-ON RD. ROS'-YN, PA' "WeII Known for Quality at o Very Ogontz 1310 Reasonable Price" GLENSIDE, PA. eoe 'W' w E L D o N A c E AUTO SUPPLY CUT RATE STORE COMPANY eve ,Emp Sehutte 8 Koerting Co. PHILADELPHIA, PA. in oppreciotion of competent office help furnished by the Commerciol Deportment of the Abington Senior High School. Think not the hours of study vain, Nor grumble at the task, Life will demand your utmost, Be ready when it asks. Your local poet, Charles C. Shoaffar Easton Road and Geneva Avenue ARDSLEY, PA. GLENSIDE, PA. ERNESTINE'S BEAUTY SHOP OGONTZ 3746 All Branches of Beauty Culture n A 913 LIMEKILN PIKE NORTH HILLS Floor Work of All Descriptions Ogontz 4803 1OOTH YEAR 'm.1944 World YMCA: Serving Youth 1916-ABINGTON BRANCH-1944 of THE PHILADELPHIA YMCAS Serving Boys and Girls and Men and Women of the North Suburban Area ACROSS FROM OC-ONTZ THE HIGH SCHOOL 4275 RUNIC- KENNEL Puppies Available BOXERS DANBORO, PA. PHILA. OFFICE PLUMSTEADVILLE 2816 3912 N. BROAD ST. sag. sosa Owner-HELEN NATALO Ardsley Hardwood Floor Co. -.,5fgIg..,- 3 X B MEET YOUR FRIENDS LULU TEMPLE COUNTRY OVER A CLUB MIDNIGHT SNACK 'f IceNYoN's IJINEII. Congratulations to R t 152 ou e Abington Senior High NORTH Hu-LS PA -'4i0i9'- -409' ABINBTUN BANK ii IHHST EUMPANY URGES YOU TO BUY U. S. GOV'T WAR BONDS - ' ' 'Y ., ' -"'Jl1'-ku 44- 1 - ' ' I . ,,,. I ,ii-l,,,NT. k. N. I ,.m,,, .4 5 ,V f , V, It PM , . 5, .., , -Q . .X , - .' ,JI " ' wig- -4' . -.'-v-- I - Af . -, ,ry '- 1, , l --'z . 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