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Abington Senior High School
ABINGTON, PA.TO THOSE WHO SERVE
Those who serve are those who are the true leaders. Abington High School has for more than fifty years trained her students to serve their community and their country. Many graduates are today contributing to the welfare of the community; over seventeen hundred are protecting the freedom of the nation by service in the Armed Forces. Here at home students are serving the school by working together in classes, sports, dramatics, ptiblications, ynusic, art, clubs— all the activities in the life of the school. To this Spirit of Service, extending from the school into the many paths of life, we, the class of 1945, dedicate our Yearbook.Board of Education
SUPT. RAYMOND H. WHITE
Albert W. Zackey—PRESIDENT Wm. Henry Holmes, Jr. VICE-PRESIDENT Edward G. Zepp--TREASURER J. Lewis Fretz Wm. S. Armstrong Wesley A. Clem E. Wayne Jenkins Frederick W. Hill, SECRETARY (Non-member)
Raymond H. White, SUPERINTENDENT
Percival R. Rieder—SOLICITOR Nathan C. Trump—ENGINEER
Through its intelligent and efficient management, the School Board, aided by Superintendent White, has continued to uphold the standards of Abington Township schools so that the boys and girls may be of more service to their country and community.
STANDING—Dr. White, N. C. Trump, F. W. Hill, W. A. SEATED—J. L. Fretz, E. G. Zepp, A. W. Zackey, President,
Clem, P. R. Rieder W. H. Holmes, E. W. Jenkins
Maintaining Abington's high standards cf character, scholarship, and discipline, Mr. Gsrnert has served the high school untiringly end unselfishly and so has enabled the school to serve the community, the state, and the nation.
E. B. GERNERT, PRINCIPAL
To the Graduating Classes
SERVICE! Is it something you expect for yourself? Is it that little thing you do or say which will make someone's day or way a bit brighter or a bit easier? The Spirit of Abington is essentially the Spirit cf Service. Fortunate is the student known to possess Abington Spirit, for one only is so honored who has done that extra something to make Abington a great school over all these years—he has Served Abington, and thus—Abington has Served him.
E. B. GERNERTFACUL TY
Zaidee G. Wyatt, Ch. English Gertrud© L. Turner, English Katharine Miller, English Dorothy Cathell, English Edward R. Seltzer, English
M. B. Messinger, Ch. Science G. E. Burlington, Science George F. Erb, Mathematics, Science George S. Gessner, Mathematics, Science
W. H. Albright, Ch. Mathematics Lewis C. Swartz, Mathematics. Science J. Shaylor Woodruff, Mathematics E. A. Brunner, Mathematics
D. E. Krueger, Ch. Commercial Alice F. Weaver, Commercial J. S. Furniss, Commercial Jean M. Lamb, Commercial
Edwin U. Smiley, Ch. Social Studies J. Ira Kreider, Social Science Helen M. Clark, Social Science Elmer A. Lissfelt, Social Science Charles Pawling, History
SHOP, HOME ECONOMICS
Lilian J. Reichard, Ch. Spanish Catharine E.
Ch. Latin P. T. Gantt,
Ch. French Edna S. Powell, German, Spanish A. Donald Frantz, English, Commercial
Frank McClean, Auto Mechanics Emelus G. Wortman, Printing Ralph M. Wright, Mechanical Drawing David Clark, Jr., Machine
HEALTH, MUSIC, ART, LIBRARY
Glenn R. Snodgrass, Physical Education T. Carroll O'Brien, Vocal Music Gertrude E. Herzog, Physical Education Leonard B. Smith, Instrumental Music M. Geraldine Mast, Physical Education Edith M. Milne, Art Sanford Secor, Physical Education Helen P. Briggs, Librarian
Robert J. Rapp, Woodworking Lloyd R. Cole, Electric Pauline E. Nunn, Foods Jane V. Davis, English, Clothing
Feb. 9 — 136 dazed sophomores flood halls of A. H. S.
Feb. 20 — We become acquainted at the Sophomore Party.
Feb. 24 — Our perennial president, Bob Handschumach-er, elected.
Sept. 18 — We welcome Dr. White as superintendent, succeeding Mr. Weirick.
Nov. 26 — A. S. H. behind Uccelletti vanquishes Cheltenham. 27-6.
Mar 5 — Inauguration of the Victory Corps.
Jan. 19 — We jump to the jive at our Junior Prom.
after harrowing match, to win District 1 wrestling championship.
Feb. 25 — A. S. H. squeezes out Lansdowne, 20-19, Dec. 8,9 — "The Cat and the Canary" terrorizes full houses on both nights.
Dec. 22 — Marie Waeltz acclaimed Snow Queen at the "White Christmas" Senior Prom.
Prelude to graduation. Rev. Vincent T. Ross preaches at Baccalaureate service at Abing-ton Presbyterian Church.
84 veterans sadly take leave of a happily conquered A. H. S.
300 new sophomores begin their three-year struggle at A. H. S.
Oct. 15 — An enthusiastic president. Jack Smith, is elected to lead the class through its first year.
Oct. 16 — Class social life starts with fun and fellowship at the Sophomore Party.
Feb. 1 —
Mar. 3 — Apr. 13, 14 May 25 — June 3 — June 8 —
Dick Reeves elected to presidency for junior year.
Juniors crowd gym for Crystal Ball. Palmist tells fortunes between dances to Les Arnold's music.
At a reorganization meeting, when Dick Reeves, headed for the Navy, declines nom- f ination for presidency, Jim Wilson is elected. President Wilson wins District Wrestling Championship.
Class presents the hilarious comedy of youth, "Spring Green."
Seniors gather for last social affair at their Spring Cotillion.
We don our caps and gowns .for Baccalaureate service at Carmel Presbyterian Church. President Zackey presents diplomas.
January Class 1945
M. B. Messinger, N. Cox, R. De Kalb, R. Handschumacher (Seated) M. Waeltz, S. Eble
PRESIDENT Robert E. Handschumacher
VICE-PRESIDENT Newton P. Cox, Jr.
TREASURER—Richard C. DeKalb
SECRETARY—Marie K. Waellz
ATHLETIC REPRESENTATIVE Selma J. Eble
We of the present have profited by the experiences of the past. We, too, will have to be courageous, open-minded and eager to make right decisions. For only by constant study and by applying what we learn can we be successful in doing our part in the progress of mankind.JOHN E. STEWART General
"Stew" . . good-natured . . collects pennants . . now radio technician 3 c in Navy . . interested in girls . . out for football team . . hopes to attend Penn . . first serviceman to receive diploma through credits gained in Navy.
SUMNER F. SHARMAN General
"Shar" . . seaman 2 c . . president of camera clickers . . track and swimming letterman . . swung golf club . . lazy . . musician . . future engineer or gentleman farmer . . in Navy now.
RICHARD A. MacNEEL General
"Dick" . . talkative . . left school in last year to wear a gob's suit . . liked horseback riding . . vice-president of Current News Club . . ambition, to own a small business . . medical discharge from Navy.
NORMAN C. ROWDON Commercial
"Shorty" . . good-natured . . comm3rcial class Don Juan . . football monogram . . horse enthusiast . . owns his own . . wrestling and baseball interests . . happy-go-lucky . . has jockey ambitions . . now in Navy.
PHILIP E. HENRY General
"Phil" . . deep thinker . . clarinet and sax in band and orchestra . . Elizabethans . . wants to travel . . joined Navy in senior year . . interested in music and aviation . . ambition, to be a civilian again.
MYRON C. COLE General
"Mose" . . easy-going and good-natured . . loves to fish and hunt girls? . . member of Ping-Pong Club . . ambition—aviation, but Marine Corps came first.
The six boys pictured above received service diplomas because they had completed at least two and a half years of high school work. Others who have entered the service since graduation are as follows:
William H. Decker Richard C. DeKalb . William H. Eppehimer Hans Herman Peters Richard H. Robinson
Ellis I. Shook .......
Ernest G. Zebe
Coast Guard Army Air Corps Navy Army Navy
Others have probably entered the service since this 1945 Yearbook went to press. To these, our regrets that their names are not listed.
10' Ann' . . flashing brown eyes . . quiet and likable . . interested in Navy . . Abingtonian and Badminton Clubs . . favorite occupation—eating ice-cream . . looks forward to being a good receptionist.
JEANNE A. BARNDT General
"Jonny" . . varsity letter in cheer-leading . . monogram in basketball and hockey . . interested in Navy . . noted for gymnastic ability . . aims for marriage and the Waves . . career woman next year.
RUBY MAE BARRETT Commercial
"Rube" . . quiet and reserved . . collects G. I. letters . . excellent dancer . . hockey and softball teams . . Craft, Style, Canteen Clubs . . plans business school and secretarial career . . then marriage.
ALBERT H. BARTHELMEH General
"Fonse" . . that red, red hair . . faithful to Printing Club for three years . . horses and horseback riding his passion . . hopes to own a large dairy farm.
LOIS A. BLACKBURN General
"Loie" . . came to us from Frankford High . . J. F. E.
. . takes life easy . . plans junior college in September . . aims for secretarial position.
ELEANOR F. BLACKLOCK General
Hails from Vergennes, Vermont . . Honor Roll student there . . music festival . . Glee Club . . going to Castleton Normal School in Vermont . . wants to be a rural teacher.
JANE R. BROCK Commercial
Fun-loving . . student coach for "Cat and Canary" . . J. F. E. typist . . likes to bowl and swim . . plays piano . . future air hostess after cadet nursing.
CLARENCE W. BROWN Classical
"Brownie" . . genius but full of fun . . literary member of Abingtonian . . YEARBOOK . . Elizabethans and A Cappella Choir . . consistent Honor Roll marksman . . shutter bug . . villain in "Cat and Canary" . . engages in wrestling and table tennis . . Commencement speaker . . will study law at Penn.
NICHOLAS W. BUTCH Engineering
"Nick" . . ever forget those bow-ties? . . class humorist . . twice on Honor Roll . . constant Student Council member . . "Cat and Canary" . . YEARBOOK . . "Holy City" . . sophomore and junior treasurer . . sold hot dogs at football games . . will attend Drexel.
DORIS J. CAMPBELL Classical
Abingtonian news writer . . heads Intemos entertainment . . natural born actress . . YEARBOOK . . Mammy in "Cat and Canary" . . highly excitable and gullible . . "Holy City" chorus . . loves Chinese . . aims for college.
DORIS L. CLAMPFFER Commercial
Attractive brunette . . oh, those blue eyes . . Teletype, Home Nursing, Sewing clubs . . Glee Club . . main interest—that Navy man and jitterbugging . . collects records . . will study beauty culture.
MARY CLYDE Commercial
"Toots" . . girl with many sister3 . . sense of humor . . senior play coach . . YEARBOOK . . typist for Abington-ian . . member of Glee Club . . loves to play piano . . library worker . . ambition—air-line hostess or secretary.
WILLIAM C. COCHRAN Scientific
"Beezy" . . left school early to start at Ursinus . Student Council . . Civic Attitude Award . . Oh. that dry wit! . . his ambition, to become a doctor . . Abingtonian . . sailing, hunting, and fishing enthusiast.
JACK E. COOK General
"Cookie" . . Drafting Club president . . strong varsity football lineman . . likes girls, sports . . remember how he glided across the dance floor? . . hopes to become draftsman or join Sea Bees.
M. CAROLYN COOK Scientific
"Cookie" . . busy hockey manager . . YEARBOOK . . Internos senior year . . talkative . . J. F. E. . . wants to be nurse or secretary . War Bonds and Stamps chairman senior year . . plans includes college.
ALMA M. COONEY Commercial
"Almie” . . Abingtonian staff . . YEARBOOK . . lovely brown-eyed brunette . . interested in Army . . commercial department's right arm . . cashier in cafeteria . . smooth personality . . secretarial career . . and then marriage.
KENNETH F. COOPER Vocational
"Coop" . . clarinet tooter in band and orchestra . . crazy about radio and aviation . . curly hair . . plans to be a flyer . . in A. A. F. reserve now.
EDGAR M. CORSON Scientific
"Fritz" . . vice-president of Science Club in junior year . . always using wippy theories to prove his point, especially in geometry . . late dater . . intends to enter college jo become a chemical engineer.
NEWTON P. COX Classical
"Newt" . . senior vice-president . . Student Council . . talented actor in "Cat and Canary" . . two Christmas plays . . Elizabethans, A Cappella basso . . known for rare Latin translations . . the Voice . . fluent English . . shot putter for track team . . future Baptist minister.
WARREN F. DAHL Vocational
"Dolly" . . member of varsity wrestling team . . ardent sports fan . . one of machine shop's best . . future plans point to Blue and Gold of Navy.
WILLIAM H. DECKER Engineering
"Bud" . . has a way with girls . . can really cut a rug . . cheer leader in senior B year . . collects match covers . . plans mechanical engineering course at Penn State.
RICHARD C. DeKALB General
"Archie" . . cute blonde . . treasurer of Senior A class . . "Cat and Canary" . . dry sense of humor . . his hobbies, airplanes and girls . . sang in "Holy City" and A Cappella . . Walt's steady partner . . plans Air Corps Reserve.
JOHN W. DEKER Engineering
"Deice" . . excellent mathematician . . takes showers with glasses on . . good looking . . Student Council member . . Honor Roll . . "Cat and Canary" . . track and soccer teams for three years . . "Holy City" . . Current Science Club president . . plans college.
EVELYN R. DENBY Commercial
"Evie" . . have you heard her tickle those ivories? . . likable . . Honor Roll student . . switchboard operator . . Glee Club . . A Cappella Choir . smooth dancer . . somebody's stenog.
HARLAN C. DURFEE Engineering
"Durf" . . Abingtonian co-editor . . YEARBOOK . . varsity football . . "Cat and Canary" . . "Holy City" . . A Cappella Choir . . A. P. S. L. Latin Award . . often on Honor Roll . . Commencement speaker . . respected for character . . intends to enter ministry.
SELMA JANE EBLE Classical
"Boom" . . swimming captain . . varsity hockey, tennis . . never missed Honor Roll . . Civic Attitude Award . . Student Council . . "Cat and Canary" lead . . Senior A. .A. representative . . Abingtonian. YEARBOOK, J. F. E. . . Internos . . Commencement speaker . . Swarthmore next.
WILLIAM H. EPPEHIMER Vocational
"Eppe" . . trombone in band and orchestra . . "Holy City" . . Paul in "Cat and Canary" . . enjoys sailing and music . . best known for his girls . . plans to go to Naval School of Music.
DOROTHY M. FLETCHER General
"Dot" . . quiet redhead . . likes horseback riding and ping pong . . Badminton Club . . Elizabethan Sing?rs . . wants to travel . . always jolly . . YEARBOOK . . college, next stop.
LAWRENCE E. FOYLE General
"Larry" . . good sport . . captain of football team . . snappy jitterbug . . likes grils . . swings sax . . hit Honor Roll twice . . Student Council member . . hopes to join Navy Air Corps.
MARIE J. GEIGER General
"Re" . . quiet and shy . . Nature, Canteen, and Craft Clubs . . likes reading and sewing . . ambition—to get married.
ELEANOR J. GEYER General
Tall brunette . . enthusiastic football supporter . . member of Canteen and Abingtonian Clubs . . future office worker . . loyal Abingtonian . . likes to sew.
EDWARD D. GILSON General
"Ted" . . track team . . "Cat and Canary" villain . . singing is his dish . . A Cappella Choir . . Student Council two semesters . . "Old English Christmas" . . Elizabethans . . mad about girls . . aims for Navy.
ANN GIMBEL General
Constantly talking . . hockey varsity . . YEARBOOK . . Glee Club . . music enthusiast . . wears a pair of silver wings . . attended high school in Tampa and Miami Beach . . bicycled across country . . heading for college.
W. HARRISON HALL General
"Har" . . president of Camera Club . . "Cat and Canary" cast . . ever see him without a camera? . . fascinated by old jalopies . . Abingtonian and YEARBOOK photographer . . wants to be professional cameraman.
ROBERT E. HANDSCHUMACHER Scientific
"Hans" . . class president and Romeo three years . . three Civic Attitude Awards . . constant Honor Roll and Student Council member . . Commencement speaker . . YEARBOOK . . "Cat and Canary" lead . . president of Science and Debate Clubs . . enjoys chemistry , . plans for Drexel . . finalist for Westinghouse Scholarship.
JANE E. HARRAR Commercial
"Janie" . .cute . . girls envious of her hair . . Student Council . . vice-president of Alumni-in-Service and manager of Badminton Club . . advertising for Abingtonian . . will hold position as secretary . . until Mr. Right comes along.
PHYLLIS S. HARVEY General
"Phyl" . . sunny disposition . . musically inclined . . Elizabethan Singers . . sang with A Cappella choir . .
Susan in "An Old English Christmas" . . likes to cook and sew . . plans teaching course in college next year.
JEAN L. HEMMERLY General
Noisy brunette . . Student Council . . Abingtonian typist . . Glee Club . . interested in Navy . . student coach in senior play . . those brown eyes . . likes singing . . will train for nursing.
JANE L. HiNCHCLIFFE Classical
Janie" . . petite and trim . . lovely soprano voice . . A Cappella choir . . Elizabethan Singers . . "Holy City" pianist . . Internos . . assembly organist . . college career ahead.
MARKELL A. HOLLOWAY General
"Mark" . . quiet . . unusually talented . . plays smooth sax in band and orchestra . . equally skilled on clarinet and piano . . individual style in arranging and composing . . a musician's life for him.
14MARIETTA JONES General
Lovely soprano voice . . J. F. E. . . Knitting, Style, and Craft Clubs . . interested in music and clothes . . N. A. A. C. R. Conference . . wants to do social service in South.
DOROTHY M. KELLY General
''Dotsy" . . Canteen and Home Nursing Club's president . . demure colleen . . "Cat and Canary" cast . . wants to get married . . neat seamstress . . Student Council . . will work after graduation.
MARIE E. KOOB General
"Bette" . . Bowling, Plane Spotting, Needlework, and Badminton Clubs . . was badminton finalist . . loves to receive letters from service men . . collects pennies and stamps . . her aim—job as secretary.
JULIA M. KUHN Classical
"Judy” . . classical knitter . . swimming . . Civic Attitude Award three times . . "Holy City" . . German Club president . . Cafeteria milkmaid . . Elizabethan pianist . . assembly organist . . Susan in "Cat and Canary" . . Internos president . . Bob's steady . . plans Connecticut College.
CAROL M. LIMPERT General
"Little Chum" . . gum chewer . . "Old English Christmas" and "Holy City” . . Home Nursing certificate . . Badminton Club . . wants to be a comptometer operator . . finished work in summer . . moved to North Jersey.
EDNA I. MAJOR General
"Eddie" . . Sketch Club vice-president . . good-natured and quiet . . likes roller skating . . interested in dress designing . . ever see her service insignia collection? . . plans business school, then art school.
DONALD A. MARKS Scientific
"Don" . . the class's most shining example of bashfulness personified . . quiet . . agreeable . . vice-president of Agriculture Club . . thrice member of Printing Club . . will attend engineering college.
JUNE E. MARPLE Scientific
"Un-e-j" . . nonchalant blonde . . Glee Club . . vice-
president of Photography Club . . Susan in "Cat and
Canary” . . men—her specialty . . future cover girl . .
"Marriage of Nannette" . . modeling or junior college next year.
DORIS M. McALLISTER General
"Mac" peppy and talkative . . prize giggler . . Glee Club . . Leather Club secretary . . art enthusiast . .
YEARBOOK . . ambition—to become an illustrator . .
off to Pratt Institute next year.
MAREN S. McKAY General
"Marny" . . Student Council welcomed her as soph . . Abingtonian . . Mammy in "Cat and Canary" . . "Holy City" . . A Cappella, Elizabethan alto . . argumentative . . that laugh . . noisy . . pianist . . jitterbug . . Internos member.
15ELIZABETH C. MILLER Commercial
"Betty" . . oh, those eyes! . . Knitting Club secretary . . class pessimist . . Abingtonian typist . . spends leisure drawing or reading . . YEARBOOK . . secret aim—fashion illustrator . . plans office work.
MADELENE R. MOORE General
"Elene" . . vivacious brunette . . Student Council . . treasurer in Senior A. year . . YEARBOOK editor . . "Cat and Canary" lead . . Abingtonian co-editor . . always on Honor Roll . . Scholastic art award . . Commencement speaker . . Internos . . hopes to attend art school.
C. ROBERT MORRIS Engineering
"Farmer” . . German class clown . . managed baseball nine . . Student Council . . girls envy those blond tresses . . vice-president of Sports Managers' Club . . future engineer . . next stop—Drexel.
DORIS E. NEESON Commercial
"Murphy" . . fast talker . . shy . . J. F. E. typist . . has hopes of being secretary in advertising agency . . Knitting and Badminton Clubs . . Senior A switchboard operator . . those huge lunches!
FLORENCE E. NOONAN Classical
"Nooney" . . one of those Latin students? . . Latin, Craft,
Home Mechanics and Leather Clubs . . likes shipmodeling . . aims to be occupational therapist . . rather witty . . her goal—college.
DOROTHY OCH Commercial
"Ochie" . . peppy brunette . . uses 50c words . . good at extemporaneous speaking . . senior play coach . . switchboard operator . . cheerleader for one term . . J. F. E. typist . . would like to be secretary to a Congressman.
DOROTHY R. O'DONNELL Commercial
"Dot" . . typed for Abingtonian . . Honor Roll . . YEARBOOK . . likes to talk . . Cicily in "Cat and Canary" . . Bowling, Alumni-in-Service Clubs . . goes to movies constantly . . Commencement speaker . . wants to be a private secretary.
BARBARA J. PARKER Scientific
"Parker" . . secretary, vice-president of Student Council . . Civic Attitude Award . . YEARBOOK . . Honor Roll . . hockey captain . . swimming monogram . . Internos vice-president . . sparklin' li'l curly top . . Commencement speaker . . tennis racketeer . .
FRANK PASSERIN. Jr. Vocational
"Pass" . . interested in sports . . Bowling Club member . . likes golf . . oh, that black wavy hair! . . part-time volunteer fireman . . has entered A. A. F. Reserve . . wants to be a pilot.
HERMAN H. PETERS Engineering
"Pete" . . tall, stomg, silent type . . varsity letters in track and soccer . . YEARBOOK . . medal for Intramural wrestling championship . . thrice member of Chess Club . . best known for vocabulary . . hopes to attend Drexel.
16GEORGE W. PURVIS, JR. Vocational
Member of track and soccer teams . . electrician . . Auto and Glee Clubs . . his green Ford and good nature known by everyone . . Lucky Seven member . . a future pilot . . Navy service likely.
ANNA RADANYI Commercial
A shorty . . future secretary for aviation company . . has earned two gliding licenses . . besides flying, art is chief interest . . will people ever pronounce her name correctly?
THOMAS W. RAY, JR. Engineering
"Tom" . . Student Council . . Stamp, Current Events, and Teletype Clubs . . happy-go-lucky guy . . college . . then a history teacher.
DOROTHY E. RAYNER General
"Dottie" . . sunny disposition . . attended Cheltenham for two years . . iikes sports . . president of Needlework Club . . spends spare time sleeping . . plans designing career.
RICHARD ROBINSON Commercial
"Dick" . . cute blond with uncontrollable hair . . full of fun . . managing editor J. F. E. . . Student Council . . Civic Attitude Award . . Table Tennis Club . . builds model airplanes . . plans to join Navy and later become accountant.
WILLIAM C. SCHWEIKLE Engineering
"Wee" . . Student Council . . Camouflage Club vice-president . . well-known for crazy hats . . left school for Swarthmore College in senior year . . interested in railroads and airplanes . . president of Blue Print Club.
MARJORIE G. SHANNON General
"Margie" . . always first on and off Bus 1 . . goes in for knitting in a big way . .president of Knitting Club . . Travel and Caraven Club secretary . . YEARBOOK . . future Cadet Nurse.
ELLIS I. SHOOK Engineering
"Elly" . . outstanding band member . . played drums and tympani . . sergeant in senior year . . Crosby in "Cat and Canary" . . Radio Club President . . good-natured . . likes to dance . . will study radio engineering.
KENNETH SNYDER Vocational
"Ken" . . should have been on a debate team . . life of the machine shop . . serving Uncle Sam as Navy man . . possibly a future machinist.
ELAINE D. SOMMER Commercial
"Lonnie" . . a "brain" . . quiet . . J. F. E. typist . . YEARBOOK . . Honor Roll . . has artistic talent . . secretary of Arts and Crafts and Sketch Clubs . . clever dresser . . aspires to be a fashion illustrator.
17WARREN STROHMEIER Engineering
"Stroh" . . cute and witty . . Abington's Dennis O'Keefe . . always smiling . . man without a tie . . vice-president of Junior A and Senior B classes . . constant Student Council member . . football and track squads . . plans to enter Drexel.
BONNIE ULMER Classical
"Bones" . . Student Council . . monogram for swimming . .gained place on Honor Roll . . hit notes for Glee Club, A Cappella Choir, Elizabethan Singers . . Internos . . worries about naught . . popular . . "Carry On" . . boogie woogie.
BERNICE WAELTZ General
"Squeak" . . short and dark . . everybody knows her . . J. F. E. worker . . candy seller at lunch . . vice-president of Abingtonian Distribution Club . . collects napkins . . wants to get married.
MARIE K. WAELTZ General
Cute and lively . . class secretary in junior and senior years . . J. F. E. . . Alumni-in-Service president . . our Snow Queen . . student coach for senior play . . always running to class . . aims to be somebody's secretary.
BERTHA J. WARNKEN General
"Bertie" . . lively blond cheerleader . . noisy . . J. F. E. and Abingtonian typist . . Glee Club . . student coach for "Cat and Canary" . . Abingtonian Distribution Club . . known for snappy retorts . . future doctor's secretary.
CAROL A. WELSH Commercial
"Welshie" . . gathered ads for Abingtonian . . made swimming varsity in senior year . . J. V. hockey as a soph . . managed Badminton Club . . secretary of Etiquette Club . . somebody’s stenog.
ELIZABETH G. WINKLER Commercial
"Bettie" . . quiet brunette . . Knitting, Craft, and Leather Clubs . . served in library . . wool-gatherer . . whispered answers caused teachers to grow gray . . plans office work after graduation.
ERNEST G. ZEBE General
"Zoot" . . never a dull moment around this boy . . gullible . . president of Printing Club in junior year . . enjoys sports, dancing, and smoking . . interested in organic chemistry . . first plans to serve country with Army Engineers.
WE HONOR THEIR MEMORY
JAMES WHITE, U. S. Coast Guard, killed in action when ship was torpedoed in Northwest Pacific,
SERGEANT FRANK GASBARRA. aerial gunner in Army Air Force, killed in action over Mindoro,
18January Grads Will Remember
Happy secretaries-to-be . . lunchtime gaiety . . our Bob . . Doris and Dot, incorporated . . what a pair! . . Romeo and Juliet on a spree . . Archie, Walt, and the women . . sitting pretty . . Miss Turner starts home . . the famed lunch-table . . senior chorus line . . gruesome twosome . . after the ball is over . . that happy night . . Hans gets an award.
19Moore, Eble, Strohmeier; Parker, Handschu-macher, Cox; Kuhn, Durfee, Brown
Who's Who — January Class
Robert Handschumacher Barbara Parker Selma Jane Eble Elene Moore
Julia Kuhn Newton Cox Harlan Durfee Clarence Brown
20Who's Who — June Class
Fred Matthews James Wilson Frank Minnick Pauline Mathers Richard Reeves Beatrice Higgins Joseph O'Brien
Jean Graham Nancy Hamlin Helen Mauthe John Borman Clifford Gee Robert Stokes Charles Park
Matthews, Wilson, Higgins, Minnick, Reeves; Park, Stokes, Gee; Mathers, Borman O'Brien, Hamlin, Mauthe, Graham.
DID MOST FOR SCHOOL
JANUARY—Barbara Parker, Elene Moore, Bob Handschu-macher
JUNE—Polly Mathers, James Wilson
BEST ALL AROUND
JANUARY—Barbara Parker, Bob Handschumacher, Newton Cox
JUNE—Polly Mathers, James Wilson BEST LOOKING JANUARY Dorothy Rayner, Marie Waeltz, Jack Cook, Bob Handschumacher JUNE Ruth Miller, Beatrice Higgins, James Wilson MOST SERIOUS JANUARY—Dorothy Fletcher, Doris Campbell, Don Marks JUNE—Elizabeth Butterworth, Don Pickard, John Frank WITTIEST
JANUARY—Bonnie Ulmer, Dick DeKalb JUNE—Martha Finckel, Ralph Friedberg
ROMEO AND JULIET
JANUARY—Judy Kuhn, Bob Handschumacher JUNE—Patsy Jenkins, Bob Stokes ATHLETES JANUARY—Selma Eble, Larry Foyle
JUNE Helen Mauthe, Dick Reeves, Charles Park, Frank Minnick
JANUARY—Judy Kuhn, Mark Holloway JUNE—Virginia Sonderschafer, Fred Matthews ARTISTS
JANUARY—Elene Moore, Bill Eppehimer, Harlan Durfee, Herman Peters JUNE—Nancy Hamlin, Bill Wood WRITERS
JANUARY—Elene Moore, Harlan Durfee JUNE—Phoebe Bent, Helen Lawrence, Beverly Randolph, Joe O'Brien
JANUARY—Jane Hinchcliffe, Ted Gilson JUNE—Carol Reber, Bob Swope, Bob Hogg ACTORS
JANUARY—Selma Eble, Newton Cox JUNE—Martha Finckel, Jack Steel
JANUARY—Elene Moore, Bob Handschumacher JUNE—Jean Graham, John Borman, Joe O'Brien, Frank Hartshorne
JANUARY—Phyllis Harvey, Jane Harrar, Dick DeKalb, Ernest Zebe
JUNE—Martha Finckel, Art Atherton, Ralph Friedberg NOISIEST
JANUARY—Bertie Warnken, Maren McKay, Bud Decker JUNE—Betty Wardner, Marilyn Silver, Dick D'Ardenne MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED JANUARY—Elene Moore, Bob Handschumacher JUNE—Jean Graham, Roberta Wolff, John Borman BEST DANCERS JANUARY—Dorothy Och, Jack Cook JUNE—Claire Durkin, Arthur Atherton
CLASS APPLE POLISHERS JANUARY—Selma Eble, Clarence Brown JUNE—Ruth Sullinger, Dick Hay, Bob Swope GIRL SHY BOY SHY
JANUARY—Donald Marks JANUARY—Dorothy Kelly
JUNE—Donald Spangenberg JUNE—Ruth Brasier
22June 1945 Class
President—Richard Reeves Vice-President—Scott Jarrett Secretary—Beatrice Higgins Treasurer—Joseph O'Brien A. A. Representative—Frank Minnick Sponsor—W. H. Albright
President—James Wilson Vice-President—Richard Hay Secretary—Beatrice Higgins Treasurer—Joseph O'Brien A. A. Representative—Frank Unger Sponsor—W. H. Albright
CLASS FLOWER—Red Rose O’Brien, Unger, Mr. Albright, B. Higgins, Wilson, Hay.
CLASS COLORS—Navy and White Reeves, Minnick, O'Brien, Mr. Albright, B. Higgins, Jarrett.
CLASS MOTTO—"Knowledge is a treasure, but practice is the key to it."
TO THE CLASS:
Your class is leaving Abington High School in the most momentous period in the history oj the country. You will go out into a chaotic world, a challenging world. We are confident that the class of 1945 will not shirk. We wish you Godspeed.
W. H. AlbrightORACLE 1945
RUTH E. AMBLER Commercial
Efficient worker . . varsity cheerleader . . Abingtonian Club . . Printing Club secretary . . YEARBOOK typist . . interested in dancing and football . . always in a hurry plans for a job . . then marriage.
ARTHUR J. ATHERTON Scientific
"Art" . . Student Council . . "Erminie" . . quite a fellow with girls . . varsity letter in swimming . . Bowling and Wrestling Clubs . . interests—girls, music, dancing . . plans to enter Navy.
ROMA R. AUCH General
Oh, that smile . . J. F. E. . . Teletype and Knitting Clubs . . likes to take it easy . . another prospective Florence Nightingale.
ALBERT T. BENSON General
''Bence'' . . former Chicagoan . . tall and blonde . . J. F. E. . . Abingtonian Club . . likes sports writing . . wants to be foreign correspondent . . "Spring Green" . . Glee Club . . future sailor.
PHOEBE A. BENT General
"Pabby" . . came from Red Bank, N. J. . . treasurer of sophomore class . . YEARBOOK staff . . Abingtonian . . Temple conferences . . Oracle co-editor . . hobbies, reading and writing . . journalism school, here I come!
A. LINDLEY BIGELOW Scientific
"Lin" . . a mighty mite . . Student Council . . varsity football and basketball . . Sports Club . . best known for spirited humor . . likes girls . . ambitious to become a millionaire . . in Navy now.
WILLIAM D. BLACKBURN General
"Bill" . . interested in modeling and radio . . Bowling and Ping-Pong Clubs . . interested in bowling and baseball . . goal is salesmanship, but college first.
LOUIS Y. BLILIE Vocational
"Romeo" . . . plays violin in orchestra and tuba in band . . ambition, to be a T. W. A .pilot . . call to the colors first.
FRED L. BLOCKINGER Engineering
"Bud" . . member of Science and Chess Clubs . . tall and quiet . . bow tie sport . . models boats for hobby . . future engineer.
EDWIN H. BOERNER Scientific
"Ed" . . interested in science and aviation . . builds gas models . . collects stamps . . ambition—to be an airplane engineer . . Airplane Spotters Club.
24JOHN D. BORMAN Scientific
"J. B." . . studious . . YEARBOOK staff . . won Harvard Club Award . . tooted his trumpet for Mr. Smith for three years . . permanent position on Honor Roll . . interested in medicine . . Mrs. Wyatt's able helper . . entered Ursinus in March.
ANGELINS T. BRACCIO General
’Angie” . . varsity lettrrs in hockey and basketball . . Sports Club secretary . . active in chemistry and sports . . ambitious to be trained nurse.
B. JANE BRANYAN General
"Janie” . . attended mock Republican Convention . . oh, that driving! . . secretary of Heme Nursing Club . . supports all sports . . wants to drive well . . bound for Osteopathic Hospital nurses' training.
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RUTH A. BRASIER '" Classical
Student Council in sophomore year ’. . Badminton and Knitting Clubs . . int-rested in art and sewing . . wants to attend Moore Institute . . remember those blonde tresses?
RUTH E. BURKHARDT Commsrcial
"Burkie" . . what would J. F. E. do without her typing?
. . enjoyed managing Badminton Club . . wants to be someone's secretary.
ELIZABETH M. BUTTERWORTH General
"Liz" . . came from Frankford High, where she was class secretary . . interested in nursing . . loves to read . . can she cook! . . YEARBOOK staff . . Abingtonian . . Cadet Nurses, here she comes.
WILLIAM R. CALHOUN General
"Bill" . . Oh! that red hair! . . gets around with his camera . . always has a snappy answer . . J. F. E. . . drummer in band . . now serving in Navy.
EDWARD D. CLARK General
"Ed" . . best known for driving his car like Superman . . vice-president of Printing Club . . member of Bowling and Table Tennis Clubs . . wants to be naval officer.
GEORGE R. COLLINS Vocational
"Jocko" . . member of color guard . . active in Radio and Bowling Clubs . . best known for clever jokes . . wants to be electrician . . Navy, here he comes.
E. CLAIRE COMLY Commercial
Types for J. F. E. and Abingtonian . . good bookkeeper . . likes sports . . dry wit . . very dependable . . aviation enthusiast . . plans to be an aviatrix.
25JOHN W. COOK Vocational
"Jack" . . shy and quiet . . interested in aviation . . makes model airplanes . . one of Mr. Clark's boys . . will sail with the Navy.
CORALIE COPELAND General
Lively "Corky" . . attractive brunette . . loves horseback riding . . football fiend . . joined Etiquette and Dramatic Clubs . . best known for height . . ardent Navy Leaguer . . hopes to be a model . . next year, college.
PHOEBE W. CRAIG Commercial
"Febe" . . attractive brown curls . . lots of energy . . jitterbugs, rollerskates . . will attend business school . . somebody's stenog.
J. RICHARD D'ARDENNE Engineering
"Dick" . . girls like his blonde hair . . Glee Club . . Student Council when sophomore . . football . . senior play . . aims to be aeronautical engineer . . Air Corps prospect . . but Penn first.
LEWIS A. DANIELS Engineering
"Lew" . . blondie . . mock Republican Convention . . clarinetist in band and orchestra . . his hobby—radio and electricity . . ambition—radio engineer.
ERNEST W. DASCHER Vocational
"Bill" . . came from Northeast High . . member of Sports Club . . best known for pegged pants . . hobbies—tropical fish and cars . . ambition—to become machinist . . future sailor.
REGINA A. DEL SAVIO General
Jeanne" . . J. F. E. . . Glee Club . . senior play . . will join Cadet Nurse Corps . . final goal—Army nurse . . quick, friendly smile.
NORMA N. DeMAISON Commercial
"Frenchie" . . likes to write to servicemen . . petite brunette . . wants to travel . . lovely smile . . Abingtonian Club . . ambition, to own a hat shop.
ROBERTA M. DEWEY Commercial
"Bert" . . dependable . . Student Council . . aim in life to own a Packard coupe . . attended convention at Temple . . likes football . . plans to be a stenographer.
FRANCES M. DOBBINS General
"Frannie" . . Oh, those beautiful, beautiful eyes! . . came from Little Flower . . football fan . . J. F. E. . . likes to dance . . good at needlework.
26JOHN J. DONAHUE Vocational
"Jack" . . accomplished practical jokes . . Camouflage Club . . one of Mr. Wortman's printers . . ardent sports fan . . plans to wear the Navy blue.
CATHERINE M. DORSEY General
"Kay" . . loves to take life easy . . good roller skater . . wants to travel and learn to cook . . plans to get a war job or office work.
CLARE M. DURKIN General
"Durk" . . Student Council representative . . types for Ab-ingtonian . . J. F. E. . . president of Alumni-in-Service Club . . excellent dancer . . plans to be a secretary.
MARY L. EICHELBERGER General
Snappy brunette . . always on the go . . Glee Club . . "Spring Green" lead . . Elizabethans . . Student Council . . likes writing to "that boy in the Navy" . . plans to enter finishing school.
ANN R. EVANS Commercial
"Annie" . . loves to talk . . Abingtonian worker . . always smiling . . has the camera bug . . Bowling and Etiquette Clubs . . another stenographer . . would like a business of her own.
MARTHA E. FINCKEL General
"Marty" . . talkative . . came from Hatboro in junior year . . varsity basketball star . . senior play . . collects antique cups . . likes horseback riding . . plans college and nursing career.
MARGARET R. FITZGERALD Commercial
"Peggy" . . cute brunette . . likes skating, dancing, eating . . wants to be an accomplished skater and secretary . . Service, Badminton, and Abingtonian Clubs . . a dreamer . . plans for business school.
AMY MAE FOSTER Commercial
"Arne" . . humorous and happy-go-lucky . . loves to read . . a promising pianist . . Style, Craft, Needlepoint Clubs . . interested in Sunday School work . . plans business school and secretarial career.
ELLSWORTH W. FRAME Vocational
"Squirt" . . strums guitar . . guilty of puns and wisecracks . . crazy about horse racing . . wants to till the soil for life . . Navy will see him next year.
JOHN R. FRANK Classical
"Mole" . . J. F. E. reporter . . tenor in "Holy City" . . "Erminie" . . likes to argue . . Debate and Forum Club . . YEARBOOK editorial board . . Abingtonian . . Elizabethans three years . . well-known with his camera . . plans for Navy next year.
RALPH FRIEDBERG Scientific
"Red" sports enthusiast . . varsity tennis . . basketball . . president of Bowling Club in junior year . . known for that ever-present laugh . . plans to enter college.
RUTH E. FULMER General
Hobby—saving postcards . . Abingtonian typist . . YEARBOOK typist . . Alumni-in-Service, Camouflage, Abingtonian Clubs . . tall, dark, and witty . . good company . . somebody's secretary.
NATHANIEL GAINES Vocational
“Nate" . . attended Jenkintown High . . his hobbies— woodwork, drawing, and sketching . . member of Auto
Club . . hopes to be a cartoonist.
CLIFFORD A. GEE
"Clif" . . Student Council and reliable . . No. 29 in in all sports . . Navy next college.
in sophomore year . . steady Ghosts' backfield . . interested year . .wants to graduate from
MARGERY E. GERHARD General
Lively "Margy'' . . typist for Abingtonian and J. F. E. . . member of Knitting Club . . well-known for eating in class . . ambition—work on newspaper, she hopes.
DOROTHY A. GIBBS Commercial
"Dot" . . quiet brunette . . enthusiastic about baseball . . Canteen, Library, and Etiquette Clubs . . typist for Abingtonian Distribution . . wants to enlist in WAVES.
ELIZABETH A. GRAFLY General
"Betty Anne" . . popular blonde . . cheerleader . . senior play . . class secretary in junior year . . interested in art . . likes to dance . . Dramatic Club . . plans to go into nursing.
M. JEAN GRAHAM Scientific
Studious but lots of fun . . Honor Roll . . varsity tennis, swimming, and basketball . . Abingtonian . . attended mock Republican Convention . . Bowling Club . . likes French and sports . . plans medical research careeer . . college next year.
WILTON C. GRASSER Vocational
"Bill" . . strums on Spanish guitar . . would like to play in western and hillbilly bands . . interested in model building . . another shop teacher in the making.
HENRI A. GROENHEIM Classical
"Hank" . . carried Abington flag as color guard . . "Spring Green" . . Oracle staff . . J. F. E. . . interested in photography and swimming . . Latin award . . plans college.
28DAVID E. GROSHENS Scientific
"Dave" . . varsity letter in baseball . . high scoring bowler . . president of Bowling Club in junior year . . will enter Duke . . hopes to play professional baseball.
HAROLD HAFER Vocational
Camouflage Club for two years . . model airplanes for hobby . . always joking . . plans include Navy Air Corps next year.
ROBERT E. HAKE General
"Bob" . . vice-president of class in sophomore year . . "Erminie" . . enjoys all sports . . soccer and tennis letters for two years . . mischievous . . ladies' man . . enlisted in Army Air Corps.
NANCY E. HAMLIN General
"Nance" . . known for clever remarks . . YEARBOOK . . Student Council . . junior class secretary . . Internos secretary . . senior play . . president of Sewing and Sketch Clubs . . likes drawing . . wants to be a housewife . . college expectations.
FRANK A. HARTSHORNE Engineering
”F. A. H." . . Student Council . . varsity letter in track . . attended mock Republication Convention . . senior play . . likes science and working with radio . . bowling team . . plans engineering future . . next year Lehigh.
HELEN F. HARVEY Commercial
"Harv" . . always jolly . . enjoys movies, knitting . . Canteen, Craft. Knitting Clubs . . likes sport clothes only . . desires position as undertaker's assistant.
RICHARD W. HAY Scientific
"Dick" . . active Student Council member . . class vice-president in junior year . . Abingtonian sports writer . . "Spring Green" . . J. F. E. three-year soccer player . . National Convention at Temple . . YEARBOOK.
WALLACE T. HAYNES Vocational
"Haynesie" . . vice-president of Auto Club in junior year . . likes to tinker with autos . . expects to enter service for keeps.
OLIVE E. HENRY General
"Irish" . . Local Historians' Club . . Oracle . . "Spring Green" . . A Cappella Choir . . Dance Club president . . cute and clever brunette . . "Holy City" . . hopes for nursing career and marriage.
JANET P. HESSE General
"Jan" . . noted for witty remarks . . likes to cook . . YEARBOOK . . Glee Club . . A Cappella Choir . . ardent French stude . . J. F. E. and Abingtonian . . clever writer . . will attend college.
29BEATRICE A. HIGGINS General
"Bea" . . secretary of senior class . . A Cappella Choir . . "Erminie" . . Student Council . . snappy head drum majorette . . manager of girls' swimming . . plans to go to business college.
MAYA HOF General
Petite . . came to us from Michigan . . YEARBOOK . . senior play . . Abingtonian . . interested in music . . P. S. P. A. poetry award . . ambition—to pass physics . . likes football games . . wants to be laboratory technician.
WILLIAM H. HOFFMAN General
"Bill" . . good actor . . hobbies—model airplanes and experimental aviation . . tennis letter . . senior play . . hopes to be an inventor . . plans to join Air Corps.
ROBERT C. HOGG Engineering
"Bob" . . lots of fun . . varsity basketball . . "Spring Green" . . convention of Committee of Seventy . . Tumbling and Basketball Clubs . . ardent Roslyn booster . . likes sports and aviation . . wants to enter college . . plans for Navy next year.
FLORENCE A. HORST General
"Flossie" . . came from Germantown High as senior B . . everybody's pal . . hopes to be journalist . . best known for peppiness and super-funny jokes.
THERESA C. HUMES Commercial
"Terry" . . Student Council . . Knitting and Printing Clubs . . keep those shoes on! . . ambitious to be a nurse . . plans to work at Standard Pressed.
RUDOLPH A. HUMMEL General
"Root" . . shorty plays the piano accordion . . best known for his car . . airplanes and autos take his time . . wants to be a Diesel engineer and work on a railroad.
LORAINE D. ISBRANDT Classical
Attended Garfield High in Ohio three years . . member of Girl Reserves there . . likes golf, tennis, and swimming . . speech teacher is her aim . . next year—college specializing in speech training.
MARY JAHNKE General
"Hank" . . Internos . . three years in Dramatic Club . . J. F. E. . . likes ballet and sports . . always happy and helpful . . will enter Centenary Junior College.
JOSEPH C. JANKE Vocational
"Joe" . . Abington's own farmer boy . . manager of football team . . handyman around automobiles . . likes girls and sports . . ambition—to be a printer.
30W. SCOTT JARRETT Scientific
"Scotty" . . vice-president of Senior B class . . treasurer of junior class . . Student Council representative . . everyone envies his curly hair . . now serving in Navy.
M. PATRICIA JENKINS General
"Pat" . . well known for her lovely blonde tresses . . "Spring Green" . . alto in Elizabethan Singers and A Cappella Choir . . took part in "Holy City" . . loves to sleep.
DOROTHY M. JONES General
"Dotty” . . manager of girls' swimming and tennis . . library helper for three years . . collects foreign dolls . . Abingtonian Distribution Club . . interested in becoming a Navy Nurse.
FLOYD E. JUSTICE General
"Happy-go-Lucky" . . remember his maroon Plymouth? . . radio bug . . favorite pastime—hunting . . Student Council . . plans college in the fall . . future veterinarian.
C. WARREN KOEHL General
Mechanical drawing genius . . attended Temple conference . . soccer manager in junior year . . senior play . . J. F. E. . . interested in sports . . likes dancing . . college after graduation.
HELEN V. LAWRENCE General
Quiet and reserved . . YEARBOOK . . senior play . . wrote editorials for Abingtonian . . Student Council . . ambition—to speak understandable Spanish . . came from Upper Moreland . . college next.
WILSON H. LEAR Engineering
"Willy" . . short, blonde, active, and cute . . three years varsity wrestling . . junior varsity football . . girls his hobby . . noted for his blushing . . senior play . . college next.
JOHN C. LEIDY Engineering
Jack . . came from St. Joseph's Prep . . happy-go-lucky . . well-liked . . Tumbling and Wrestling Clubs . . ladies' man . . service next.
DOROTHY P. LUTZ Commercial
"Dotty" . . quiet . . Alumni-in-Service Club . . senior play . . Glee Club . . Abingtonian Distribution Club . . will make someone a good stenographer . . interest centers in her oil paintings and scrap book . . ambitious to travel.
RUTH S. MacFARLAND General
"Mickey" . . tall and blonde . . Glee Club . . "Holy City . . somewhat of a cook . . travel and marriage, her ambition . . Cadet Nurse Corps first.
31ROBERT H. MAITLAND Engineering
''Bob" . . Oracle editor and writer . . good student . . YEARBOOK . . "Spring Green" . . varsity wrestler . . his favorite pastime—wrestling . . ambition—become a mechanical engineer . . will enter service after graduation.
PAULINE L MATHERS Classical
"Polly" . . Intemos . . efficient hockey goalie . . Knitting Club secretary . . three years in Student Council . . Civic Attitude Awards . . basketball forward . . best known for friendliness and cooperation.
FRED R. MATTHEWS Engineering
Abington's Harry James . . Student Council president . . senior play . . band manager three years . . girls like his wavy blonde hair . . Civic Attitude Awards . . college or Navy next.
HELEN C. MAUTHE General
"Reds" . . speedy wing on hockey varsity . . forward on basketball varsity . . auburn hair and friendly ways . . plans to work after graduation.
FRANCIS J. McCONNELL General
"Mac" . . always happy-go-lucky . . sportsman . . likes hunting and horses . . attracted by flying . . hopes to be a pilot in Army Air Corps.
EDWARD V. McNEILL Vocational
"Mickey" . . always willing . . Student Council . . Honor Roll in junior year . . secretary of Printing Club . . likes cartooning, lettering, and poultry raising . . future linotype operator . . may join Marines.
JOHN R. MEANEY Vocational
"J. P." . . belonged to Auto Club . . interested in any electrical and mechanical work . . color guard . . wants to make the Navy his lifelong work.
ELAINE M. MEYER General
Attractive cheerleader . . "Holy City" . . Glee Club . . likes to dance . . best known for her constant chatter . . ambition—to become a nurse . . will join Cadet Nurses after graduation.
RUTH E. MILLER Classical
YEARBOOK . . has that sophisticated look . . secretary to Knitting Club . . likes to dance and swim . . boys go for her smile . . wants to be a Navy Nurse.
FRANK B. MINNICK Vocational
"Flash" . . class treasurer in sophomore year . . athletic representative two years . . made touchdown against Panthers . . letters in football, basketball, and track . . president of Auto Club when a sophomore . . likes drawing . . serving in Navy.
32MARY JANE MOONEY Commercial
"Jane" . . YEARBOOK and Abingtonian typist . . known for her contagious laughter . . hobbies—swimming and dancing . . somebody's future secretary . . plans to attend business college.
ELIZABETH F. MORTON Classical
"Betty" . . best known for excellence in math . . Honor Roll student . . Library and Latin Club secretary . . those dimples! . . likes good books . . college doors open for another math teacher.
HARRY J. MOSLER Vocational
Classmates call him "Moe" . . a gay fellow around school . . member of Bowling Club three years . . Mr. Clark's lightning . . machine shop worker . . ambition—tool-maker . . next year—Armed Forces.
FLORENCE MOTSON Commercial
"Floss" . . YEARBOOK typing . . member of Table Tennis and Badminton Clubs . . likes reading mystery stories . . working to become an accountant . . expects office job next year.
JAMES G. MURPHY General
"Murph" . . happy-go-lucky . . varsity letters in soccer and track . . sports and aviation his interests . . Lucky Seven . . plans to become a sports writer or a pilot . . after graduation Air Corps.
DORIS J. MYERS General
"Dot" . . attractive blonde . . typed for Abingtonian and YEARBOOK . . Honor Roll student in senior year . . spelling bee . . especially interested in dancing and swimming—and Bill . . plans to go to business college . . but never forgets Navy.
LILLIAN NEUHAUS General
"LiH" . . Honor Roll student in junior year . . assembly spelling bee . . good-natured and obliging . . Abingtonian Club . . YEARBOOK typist . . likes to travel and sew . . plans to be a good secretary.
RUTH E. NEWMAN Commercial
"Woofie" . . YEARBOOK typist . . secretary of Badminton Club . . Abingtonian Club . . interested in aviation . . likes to read . . enjoys good music . . plans to be a stenographer.
JOSEPH F. O'BRIEN Scientific
"O'B" . . dependable . . YEARBOOK editor . . Oracle
staff . . senior treasurer . . Honor Roll student . . senior
play . . co-editor of Abingtonian . . whiz at math and physics . . president of Plane Spotters Club . . clarinet player in band and orchestra . . will enter Army Air Corps.
ESTHER M. ORTOLANI General
Operated switchboard in Administration Building . . enjoys reading and dancing . . Abingtonian Club . . models for Lambert Studios . . hopes to travel and then be receptionist in large hotel.
33SANFORD M. OXMAN General
"Sandy" . . noisy . . monogram in football . . senior play . . sports writer for Abingtonian . . YEARBOOK . . one of Miss Turner's mainstays on J. F. E. . . interests are sports . . plans a journalism career . . hopes to go to Penn State next year.
JOHN T. PALFREY General
"Jack" . . Radio Club member . . likes baseball . . known for "good" jokes . . lots of fun . . wants to learn a trade . . expects to join Army.
CHARLES J. PARK General
"Charlie" . . cute, blonde, and blue-eyed . . varsity basketball . . sports—his hobby . . half-miler with real speed . . soccer captain . . Lucky Seven . . ambition— sports coach . . Air Corps Enlisted Reserve.
MARGARET I. PARSONS General
"Peggy" . . great talker . . YEARBOOK and J. F. E. typist . . Theater, Abingtonian, and Bowling Clubs . . likes skating . . future secretarial position . . will take business training next year.
ELSIE PASSER N Commercial
"Els" . . smart number . . YEARBOOK editorial board . . Honor Roll in sophomore and junior years . . Abingtonian Club . . Student Council . . spelling bee . . likes to read and dance . . enjoys football games and traveling . . ambition work in law office, then law school.
CHARLES S. PFISTERER Engineering
"Chuck" . . participates in and supports all sports . . those hair cuts! . . traveling fascinates him . . future engineer and traveler.
ALBERT C. PHY General
Jimmy-Boy ' . . longs to develop Charles Atlas physique . . also hopes to marry beautiful girl . . member of track team in junior and senior years . . Chess Club . . plans to work at drafting and sheet metal.
DONALD H. PICKARD Classical
"Don" . . Oracle in sophomore year . . joined Debating Club . . likes to argue . . quiet . . remember that big leather briefcase? . . passes time reading . . looks forward to entering ministry.
EDWARD POOLE Vocational
Eddie . . musically inclined . . quiet and good-natured . . follows political affairs carefully . . interested in business but has no plans for next year.
WILLIAM W. QUAY General
Bill" . . football manager for two years . . J. F. E. . . has enthusiasm for golf and sports in general . . known for his jokes . . plans teaching career.
34JOHN V. RAFFERTY Vocational
"Raff" . . conscientious Auto Shop student . . aim—to be a grade A mechanic . . president of Auto Club . . hobby building model airplanes . . handsome fellow, the girls think . . Navy material.
BEVERLY P. RANDOLPH Classical
Beep! Beep! here comes "Randy" on her bike . . whizzes through a book in two hours . . Abingtonian co-editor . . Jr. Historians' Club . . heading for college.
JEANNE A. RAPP General
"Rappie" . . Abington's little chatter-box . . likes to knit . . Abingtonian and J. F. E. typist . . soprano in A Cappella Choir . . enjoys sewing . .plans to go to college.
CAROL E. REBER Commercial
Student Council as junior . . Christmas play . . "Erminie" . . likes lemon meringue pie and vanilla ice-cream . . A Cappella Choir . . Elizabethan Singers . . will work next year . . ambition—marriage.
PATRICIA M. REED General
"Pat" . . cute brunette . . played violin in orchestra . .
Oracle and YEARBOOK . . "Old English Christmas" . .
A Cappella Choir . . "Holy City" . . Internos . . secretary of Knitting Club . . plans college.
RICHARD W. REEVES General
"Dick" . . everyone's friend . . Student Council in sophomore year . . class president in junior and senior B years . . varsity baseball, basketball, and football . . attended mock Republican Convention . . YEARBOOK . . officer in Bowling and Basketball Clubs . . plans to be farmer . . but Navy first.
SARAH E. ROBERTS General
Quiet and friendly . . busy typist for J. F. E. and Abingtonian . . Glee Club . . Etiquette and Knitting Clubs . . main interest—dress designing . . plans to enter business college.
A. JOAN ROBINSON Commercial
Sharp little number . . member of Bowling Club three years . . enjoys horseback riding . . "Spring Green" . . beautiful eyes . . ambition business college, then good position . . likes the Marines.
RICHARD D. ROSS Scientific
Dick . . red hair at top of 6' 4" . . Student Council for two years . . mock Republican Convention . . varsity letter in baseball . . likes sports . . plans college . . future chemical engineer.
DONALD R. RUBEL Vocational
Doc . . does he know how to beat out rhythm! . . drummer in band and orchestra . . member of Printing Club . . interested in music . . wants trumpeting career . . plans for Army.
35RUFUS C. RUDISILL Scientific
"Bushy" . . monograms in basketball and track . . senior play . . attended Temple conferences . . Abingtonian . . plays baritone horn . . best known for public speaking . . will study law after graduation.
BEATRICE E. RUSS General
"Bea" . . always full of fun . . YEARBOOK staff . . likes to read and keep scrap books . . First Aid Club for two years . . ambition—nursing.
RITA A. SALISBURY Commercial
"Reet" . . cheerful and helpful . . known for her talking streak . . Theater and Alumni-in-Service Clubs . . spelling bee . . Abingtonian and YEARBOOK typist . . hobbies—sewing and interior decorating . . future secretary . . business college next year.
LOUIS P. SCHMIDT General
Member of Chess and Camera Clubs . . stamp collector . . A Cappella Choir . . took part in "Holy City" . . wants career as accountant . . hobby—photography . . business school or Army next year.
ELVIRA J. SCHULTZE General
"Vera" . . boy, can she make delicious cream puffs! . . loves skating . . has friendship bracelets galore . . aims to be a Cadet Nurse.
FRED R. SELLERS General
Secretary of Camera Club in senior year . . interested in photography, music, and his green Ford . . takes pictures . . plays sax in a dance band.
BRENDON J. SHARKEY Vocational
"Foggy" . . hails from N. E. Catholic . . easy to get along with . . plans to be a printer . . belongs to Printing Club . . watch out, Navy; here he comes!
MARILYN L. SILVER General
"Dusty" . . vivacious cheerleader . . Abingtonian . . Student Council . . Intemos . . likes football games . . talkative . . president of Style Club in sophomore year . . will enter Penn State in the fall.
JOHN M. SMITH Scientific
"Smitty" . . Student Council as sophomore and junior . . Civic Attitude Award . . sophomore class president . . swift runner on track team . . representative at mock Republican Convention . . varsity football . . Army next year.
VIRGINIA M. SONDERSCHAFER General
"Jinny" . . carefree . . a whiz at typing . . J. F. E. A Cappella Choir . . plays her clarinet in band and orchestra . . future private secretary . . next stop—business college.
DONALD N. SPANGENBERG Engineering
"Don" . . quiet . . remember those short pencils of his? . . likes woodwork and wood carving . . wrote poem for Oracle . . interested in reading.
RUTH A. STALEY General
J. F. E. in senior year . . played in "Old English Christmas" . . alto in A Cappella Choir . . senior play . . sleeps whenever possible . . wants to be a secretary . . aims for junior college next year.
WERNER G. STARK Vocational
"Starky" . . operated toy cannon made by machine shop . . quiet . . enjoys gunning and taking automobiles apart . . plans to join Navy.
LORRAINE STEARLY Commercial
Those blonde locks . . Glee Club . . president of Alumni-in-Service Club . . J. F. E. typing . . always giggling and chattering . . will attend business college.
JOHN Y. STEEL General
"Jack" . . Eagle Scout . . Oracle staff . . YEARBOOK . . lead in senior play . . interested in radio and chemistry . . collects unusual musical instruments . . plays them, too . . plans to be a chemist.
A. ALBERT STEINLE General
"Al" . . track team . . one of Lucky Seven . . likes reptiles . . interested in conservation . . wants to own snake farm . . will probably enter armed forces.
ROBERT B. STOKES General
"Bob" . . a shorty—only 6’ 4" . . came to us from Jenk-intown High . . really gets around that basketball court . . star pitcher on baseball team . . girls like him . . and vice versa . . future leatherneck.
RUTH E. SULLINGER General
"Sully" . . peppy cheerleader . . faithful member of J. F. E. . . Glee Club . . Dramatic Club . . talkative blonde . . interested in sports . . ambition—become a hairdresser.
ROBERT W. SWOPE General
"Bob" . . junior class parliamentarian . . Dramatic Club president . . Elizabethans . . "Erminie" . . Ping Pong Club's secretary . . A Cappella Choir . . ambitious to be lawyer . . always ready with a clever joke . . college next year.
EDWARD F. ULMER Scientific
"Ed" . . expert on piano and organ . . letter in soccer . . good at sports . . lead in senior play . . interested in archery . . future doctor or surgeon.
37FRANKLIN K. UNGER General
“Frank'' . . varsity letters in football and wrestling . . interested in sports . . chess player . . life guard at Ocean City . . hopes to wear pair of silver wings next year.
GRETTA P. VOTH General
“Grett" . . tall brunette . . Glee Club . . Bowling Club . . attended agricultural conference . . ambitious to become a farmerette . . pet dislike—getting up in the morning.
BETTY JANE WARDNER Classical
Small but energetic . . active in forums . . lead in senior play . . “Old English Christmas" . . Dramatic, Service and Glee Clubs . . A Cappella Choir . . noted for noise . . YEARBOOK assistant-editor . . likes books and music— football games and hot dogs . . wants to travel.
HARRY B. WATTON Scientific
“Har" . . deeply interested in birds . . has many good pictures of bird life . . member of Photography and Chess Clubs . . intends to go to college.
LINDSAY F. WATTON. JR. Scientific
“Lin" . . Debate Club president . . prepared Republican platform for Temple Conference . . interested in inter-American affairs . . plans for business college.
DOROTHY E. WEINMAN Classical
“Dottie" . . friendly brunette . . Glee Club . . J. F. E. . . Intemos . . likes football and baseball games . . plans to enter college in the fall.
JOSEPH T. WEISHEW General
“Joe" . . majors in mechanical drawing . . likes photography . . hopes to be a draftsman . . plans include Drexel . . model airplane fiend . . plays accordion.
HARRIET E. WILL Commercial
“Betsy" . . friendly but quiet . . YEARBOOK typist . . likes to read . . efficient . . snowy days are her dish . . ambition—to be a good secretary.
JAMES K. WILSON Scientific
“Jimmy" . . three years on Student Council . . Council . . president in junior year . . Civic Attitude Award in junior year . . Eagle Scout . . mock Republican Convention . . studies birds . . senior A president . . looks for career in aviation.
WARREN W. WINKLER Vocational
“Wink" . . the boy with the three W's . . homeroom president . . Radio and Auto Clubs . . hobby—model building . . color guard . . teacher on Student Day . . wants to be electrical engineer . . service next year.
38DORIS E. WOERNER General
"Shorty'' . . basketball manager . . loves to eat . . friendly . . Knitting, Alumni-in-Service, Home Nursing Clubs . . Glee Club . . hobby—roller skating . . ambition—nurse.
E. ROBERTA WOLFF Classical
"Bert" . . Honor Roll student . . J. F. E. . . Student Council representative . . received Elmira College Club Award . . Internos . . always in good humor . . senior play . . plans to go to college.
WILLIAM C. WOOD Engineering
"Woody” . . noted for his ears . . Student Council in junior year . . his main interest and hobby—chemistry . . wants to become foot racer . . plans Navy next year.
These Serve Uncle Sam
These boys, who have already been inducted into the Armed Forces, received military diplomas as they had completed two and a half years of high school before entering the service.
A. LINDLEY BIGELOW Navy CHARLES PARK Army Air Corps
WILLIAM CALHOUN Navy RICHARD W. REEVES Navy
W. SCOTT JARRETT Navy JOHN SMITH Army
FRANK MINNICK Navy WARREN WINKLER Army
39Some Senior Snaps
Reeves at ease . . hockey trio . . new Council officers . . three's a crowd . . Mauthe shoots . . Sellers' limousine . . what-cha' looking at, gang? . . there he is again . . Mauthe and Mathers, Inc. . . Joe, the treasurer . . lunch is over . . who's the undercover man? . . oh, for a sling-shotl . . Jimmy's at the end of his rope.Shields, Scolt, Mr. Gantt, Jackson, Page.
Mr. Gantt, Roberts, Mar-gerum, Manzinger, Wilkins, Zebe.
Mr. Furniss, Davidson, O'Boyle, Prentzel. Gessner, Lutz.
Graham, Miss Reichard, Mathers, Hamilton.
Edgar Shields—President Dick Lischy—Vice-Pres.
(not in picture) Marijune Scott—Secretary Edmund Jackson—Treas. Frank Page—A. A. Rep.
P. T. Gantt—Sponsor
Edwin Margerum—Pres. Eugene Zebe—Vice-Pres. Frances Wilkins—Sec'y Ed Roberts—Treasurer Joe Manzinger—A.A. Rep P. T. Gantt—Sponsor
William O'Boyle—Pres. Rich. Gessner—Vice-Pres. Gordon Lutz—Secretary Tom Prentzel—Treasurer Richard Davidson—
A. A. Representative J. S. Furniss—Sponsor
Polly Mathers—President Nancy Hamlin—V. P.
Jean Graham—Secretary Miss Lilian J. Reichard— Sponsor Judy Kuhn—President Barbara Parker—V. P. (Last two fcr first semester)
The func'ion of the Internos is primarily to serve the school— welcoming scphomcre girls to Abington, taking care of the girls' rest room, and cleaning the trophy cases.
42Stamp and Bond Club
The members of the Stamp and Bond Club, under the guidance of Miss Helen P. Briggs, have boosted us well on the way toward our goal cf $38,500 fcr a Grumman Hellcat. Thanks to their efforts, A b i n g t o n High School has bought its share in victory.
STAMP AND BOND COMMITTEE
Top row — Leonard, Parker, Eble, Swope, Mattia, Reinhardt
3d row—Brownlee, Chesterman, Braccio, S. Cole, Strecker, Noonan, Major, Sutton
2d row — Warnken, Freitag, Faye, Moore, McAllister, Reeves, Doran, Bolger, Ear-waker
1st row— Kelly, J. Cole, B. Waeltz, Robinson, Cook, Hartling, Groenheim, Hendrickson, Strachan
STAMP AND BOND CLUB
Standing — Bolger, Earwaker, Cole, Tyler, Miss Briggs (sponsor), Strecker, Doran Seated — Parker, Cole, Cook, Reeves
STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS
At left— Dick Ross, vice-pres., Catherine De Valerio, treas., Polly Mathers, secretary, Barbara Parker, vice-pres., Fred Matthews, president, E. A. Lissfelt, Sponsor, Elene Moore, treasurer
Student leadership and democracy develop in the Student Council. The Council has maintained a new bulletin board, presented a successful dance, and aided ihe P. T. A. greatly in conducting a student recreation night.. jYi
Band and Orchestra
Throughout the year, the band and orchestra, under the direction of Leonard B. Smith, have participated in school and township activities. The band added spirit and enthusiasm to the football games; the orchestra played at Commencement and at the senior class plays, in addition to the appearance of both groups on PTA and assembly programs.
Standing—Gardner, Shetler, Shook, Faye, Emery
Seated — Calhoun, Durfee, Sonderschafer, Daniels, Hauptle, Clark, Oughton, Borman, F. Matthews, Trescott, Christ, D. Matthews, Wilhjelm, Faye, Huttlin, Director Smith
Top—Yahn, Collins, Washington, E. Faye, Blilie, Bocher, Groenheim, Meaney 5th - Rubel, Calhoun, Shook, Burton, Rudisill 4th—Durfee, F. Matthews, Leavesley, Trump-oldt, Eppehimer, Borman 3d—Hauptle, Sohns, Smith, Roach. Christ, Cooper, Wilhjelm, Trescott 2d—Oughton, Clark, O'Brien, Aarons, Kline, Daniels, D. Matthews Front—Wilkins, Huttlin, M. Faye, Strachan, Higgins, Mr. Smith, Frost, Emey, Sonderschafer, Bartholf, Emery
This year, the music classes, directed by Carroll O'Brien, have continued their usual fine service to both school and community. At Christmas, they entertained both students and Parent-Teacher Association by presenting "The Queen's Christmas." At Eastertide, a chorus of 175, assisted by professional soloists, sang Rossini's "Sta-bat Mater." The presentation of "Erminie" in May climaxed the year's work.
ELIZABETHANS . . "Stabal Malor"
Cast of "Erminie"
Atherton, Fling, Leedom, J. Walker, M. Esposito, Gessner, Mr. O'Brien, Ruttle, Hake, T. Eckert, Frank, P. Bennett, B. Higgins, Swope, C. Reber, Powell
45"The Cat and the Canary"
January Class Play
Please!! . . In the Cat's Claws . . Disgusted . . The Cat Pounces . . Just Judy . . Murder!! . . The Secret Treasure . . Please Don't Faint . . Two Cats . . Oh, Mammy! . . I'm Okay . . Elly, the Lawyer . . That Sneaking Cat . . Our Crosby.
46 fO ' II
Coached by Mrs. Wyatt and Mr. Gantt, the casts of the June class presented "Spring Green" April 13 and 14. The play, a hilarious comedy portraying difficulties which youth faces, drew large audiences both nights.
Mrs. Wyalt and assistants talk it over . . Mr. Gantt and student coaches . .
Newton pleads . . Eula is made up . . Look! Jumbo and Salome . . backstage on the big night . . Saturday's gang . . and the Friday night cast.
The ORACLE, the school maga zine, serving as an outlet for creative writing and art, was published only once this year because of war difficulties. The theme of the magazine was "Wings," a tribute to the boys in the Air Corps.
STANDING — Foxhill, Steel, Bo wd itch, Strecker, Groen-heim, Reed, Tull, De Trent, Henry, Smith.
SEATED—McLeod, DiValerio, Maitland, Bent (co-editors), O'Brien, Balme.
STANDING— Trescott, Quay, Oxman, Hendrickson, Groen-heim, Cook, Mathers, Durfee, Moore, Cloward.
SEATED — Hesse, Blackburn, Robinson, Och, N e e s o n. Brock.
STANDING — Renner. M. Waeltz, Stearly, L u k e n s, Strachan, Voth, Wolff, Weinman, Koehl, Sondershafer, Rudisill.
SEATED— Foxhill, Gerhard, Del Savio, Auch, Warnken, B. Waeltz.
Junior Fourth Estate
Under the direction of Miss Gertrude L. Turner, sponsor, the Junior Fourth Estate keeps the outside world informed about Abington's activities and aids greatly in the sale of stamps and bonds in the school and community.
Besides keeping students at Ab-ington in contact with the activities of the school, the ABINGTONIAN, published semi-monthly, is also being sent to over 800 servicemen and women all over the world.
Huttlin, Silver, Graham, Hesse, Bent, Nehlig, Hof, O'Brien (editor), Lawrence.
Eble, Oxman, Benson, Hay (editor), Callahan, Rudisill, Prentzel. Inset—Durfee (first semester editor)
STANDING Spitzer, Landis, Brown, Trumpoldt, Eichert. Tred-innick.
SEATED M. Moore, Foxhill, E. Moore, Campbell, McKay, Randolph (editor).
TYPISTS AND CIRCULATION
FROM THE BACK Newman, Gibbs, Motson, Neuhaus, Salisbury, Crain; Evans, Arose, Gey-er, O'Donnell, Fitzgerald, Comly; Clyde, Robinson, Mooney, Myers; Will, Jones, Ortolani, Reber, Lutz; Voth, Steady.
49These Also Serve
It takes more than teachers and pupils to make a good school. Secretaries, telephone operators, engineers, janitors, bus drivers, custodians, and cafeteria workers— all these play their part in making Abington the fine school that it is. ' -' - '
'Dad' Turner, Scott Fry, Mrs. Chubb, Jim Condy, Doris and Mildred, Mr. Cunningham, Miss Nunn, Mrs. Murphy, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Ambler"The grandeur that was Rome.” Look it up in the library.
English to speak, to write, to read, to think. Mais le francais! Quille langue!
Learning Is Our Business
Service is the underlying principle of all that is taught and learned at Abington. Teachers serve by giving pupils the opportunity to develop their abilities; pupils, by taking the fullest advantage of this opportunity. Graduates who win scholastic honors in college help to maintain Abington's fine reputation for thorough training. Hundreds of men, now serving in the armed forces, gained a foundation fcr this service in the classrooms at Abington High School.
English and Languages
While recognizing the requirements of those students preparing to enter the armed services, Abington's English and language classes still carry on with their sound instruction in fundamentals, necessary to all pupils in time of war and in the peace to fellow.
52Science, History . . .
In this fast moving age, when new inventions and discoveries challenge our understanding, Abington's excellent training in math and science has laid the foundation for many a successful career. Through history we comprehend past and present; through science we explore the future.
Biology, Chemistry Geometry, Algebra Bookkeeping, History
Health, Home Economics . . .
A healthy body, a comfortable heme, an appreciation of beauty—those every American wants. Classes in physical training and hygiene help students to acquire and keep the first. In the Cottage, girls learn the fundamentals of home-making. Art classes increase both skill and appreciation.
54They Learn By Doing
When Abinglon inaugurated its shop course, the School Board's purpose was to train boys for industry. In the past few years, many boys have entered the outside world equipped with sound knowledge and training to earn a living and to help the war effort.
Drafting, Electric, Wood
Machine, Auto, PrintingLeathercraft, Badminton, Dramatics, Stamp and Bond, Camera, Chess, Ping Pong, Knitting, Public Affairs
Abington's numerous and varied clubs help every student to find a worthwhile hobby or, if he already has one, to pursue it under expert guidance. Beys and girls with common interests learn to work and play together.
56Come and Trip It As You Go
Students find fun and recreation at dances held in the school gymnasium. Dances this year have been sponsored by the Student Council, Latin Club, French Club, Parent-Teacher Association, junior class, and two senior classes.
Selma leads Conga . . escorts in uniform . .
they arrived late . .
Durfee Brothers Co. . . us and our dates . . Miss Lobach, announcer faculty take the floor . . our editor . . Santa
crowns Snow Prom Queen . . Council leaders . . O. P. A. Hop.
57Just Here — And There
In Captain Snodgrass's memory . . Irv himself . . Ah! Fresh air . . Roman Cake . . our Bill . . The Thinker . . Latin projects . . sunshine . . hold that pose! . . two minutes to go . . soloist.
LEFT - RIGHT—D© Trent, Silver, Ambler. Wil-hjelm, Warn ken, Cook, Sullinger, Grafly, Mills.
0 Doylestown 2
1 Hatboro 1
0 Jenkintown 4
2 Hallahan 0
9 Olney 0
1 Springfield 4
3 Norristown 0
2 Abington Friends 4
2 Ambler 2
2 Cheltenham 0
TOP ROW—Justice, Stout, Chapman, Martz, Jahnke, Coach Herzog.
3RD ROW—Cook, MacGregor, Borell, Hulton, Stevenson, Morris. Foxhill.
2ND ROW Shutts, Jacoby, Henry, Eble, Deis-roth, A. Gimbel, Leonhard. Leatherman.
1ST ROW—Mathers, J. Gimbel. Braccio, Lutz, Cpt. Parker, Callahan, Pfeil, Winegard, Mauthe.
TOP—Manager Daniels, Ambrustcr, Duncan, Garvin, Matthews, Stein, Eddowes, Allison, Dennis, Manager J. Young.
4TH—Luby, Sciandro, Forsyth, Lovell. Zebe, Fletcher. Levis, Vaughn. Fickett, J. Stokes, Kennedy.
3D -Coach Secor, O'Boyle, Lentz, Manzinger, Trimble. Gessner, Aitken, Reeves, Pietchke, Coach Seltzer.
2D—Durfee, Bigelow, Triplett, Unger, Taddei, Hetherington, Page, Samson, D’Ardenne.
FRONT—Minnick, Fanelli, Gee, Phelps, Cook, Foyle, Smith, Bitman, Emerich, Johanson.
TOP ROW Asst. Coach Rapp, Harrar, Salisbury. Coach Gantt.
3RD ROW Gutt, Guenther, Bruner, Sautter, F. Conti, Freas, Mgr. Jones.
2ND ROW—Davies, Smith, Deker, Roberts, Gerding, Wagner, Powell, Hutelmeyer.
1ST ROW—Rosenberger, McAlonan, Hay, Blu-menthal, Capt. Park, Fitzgerald. Dunlap, Ulmer, Purvis.
Ab. SOCCER Op.
2 Frankford 1
2 Hatfield 1
0 Upper Darby 2
0 Hill School 1
2 North Wales 2
0 Lower Merion 2
3 Hatfield 1
0 Haverford 1
1 Penn Charter 2
1 Upper Darby 0
0 North Wales 2
0 Lower Merion 0
1 Haverford 1SPOR TS
G. Blumenthal L. F. Ulmer R. F. Dunlap L. H. Park C. H. Hay R. H. Davies
C. Powell L. O. Fitzgerald L. I. Smith R. I. McAlonan R. O. Murphy Coach, P. T. Gantt
rw Virginia Winegard
ri Selma Eble
c Estelle Callahan
li Dorothy Lutz
lw Helen Mauthe
rh Joyce Gimble
ch Shirley Pfeil
lh Angeline Braccio
rf Ann Gimbel
If Captain Barbara Parker
g Polly Mathers
SUBS: Jane Deisroth
Manager: Carolyn Cook
Coach: Miss Gertrude E. Herzog
0 Haverford 0
6 Roman Catholic 12
7 Lower Merion 33
6 Episcopal 7
6 Upper Darby 26
12 Norristown 0
0 Pennington 32
0 Radnor 13
6 Cheltenham 26
L. E. Minnick L. T. Taddei L. G. Foyle C. Phelps R.G. Cook R. T. Unger R. E. Emerick
Q. B. Hetherington L. H. Smith R.H. Gee F. B. lohanson T. Fanelli B. Bitman B. Triplett R. Seltzer
Look at that pile-up! . . Stop right there, Radnor . . Haver-ford heaves a long one . . one down,three to go . . Unger steps him . . atta boy, Tom! . . Charlie takes it on the head . . along the sidelines . . keep that ball in there! . . charge 'em, girls! . . Doylestown and Abington clash . . two champs . . a formal pose . . and in the center, our fall sports captains.
GIRLS' SWIMMING GIRLS' SWIMMING
lean Graham, Capt. Barbara Leatherman Ab. 21 Lower Merion Op. 45
Halen MacFarland 24 Norristown 42
Lois Robinson 34 Little Flower 29
Dorothy Martz 35 Swarthmore J. V. 31
ludy Smith 41 Olney 25
Dorothy Sutch 28 Temple Freshmen 29
Beatrice Higgins, Mgr. 30 Hallahan 36
Helen M. Clark, Coach 52 Bartram 14
Pictured: Higgins, mgr.; Coward, captain; Miss Clark, coach; Graham, T atherman, MacFarland. Smith. Cal-l’hm, Warr, Ayres, Grajly, Knorr, Cut, Jacoby.
BOYS' SWIMMING BOYS' SWIMMING
Harper Ab. Op.
Jackson 21 George School 45
Lovell 20 Norristown 45
Handschcmach: r 53 Eddystone 13
Morrow 22 Pottstown 44
Chandlco 30 Upper Darby 35
McAlonan Mill' r 20 Coatesvills 46
Charles Pawling, Coacji
Pictured: Ton -Armstrong. Trumpoldt,
Harper. Aitkcn. Chand.ce, Wetherill, mgr- Mr. Pawling, coach; front— l o ell, McAlonan, Davidson, Miller, Jackson, Morrow.
Pictured: Top Roxc—Doris Woerner,
mgr.; S'.evcnson, D Trent. Sommers, Dewey, F.ruled, Adams, ititzer. Zim-Tr:s' Mast Coach; °nd row —Ulmer, Henry, Lodge, Chapman, Mam, ti ooks; ist xow—Maulhc, Mathers, G.aham, Diaccio, Pfcil, Smith.
Pictured: Top row—Powell. Quay, Em-crich. Hake. Hogg. Prenlzel. Park, Coach E.b (sanding); 2nd row— Bigelow, Da Idson. Stokes, Reeves, i-r,cdbc.y. Btman; 1st row—Trumpoldt. Atkinson, mgr.; Tucker, mgr.; Smith.
Pictured: Top row—Brown, Strohmeier, Roberts, H. Peters, Faye, Daniels, Aarons, Bocher, Fanelli, Fickett; 2nd row—Matthews, Braccio. Gessner, R. Maitland. Montanue, Unner, Wilson, White, Vaughn, Savory, Front—Gerd-ing, F. Peters, Lear. Pfisterer, R. Smith, Stcrretl, Waeltz, Dunlap, J. Maitland.GIRLS' BASKETBALL
Ab. 9 Lansdale Op. 42
16 Norristown 23
9 Lower Merion 23
19 Upper Moreland 13
19 Hatboro 30
16 Lansdale 24
27 Ambler 28
16 Norristown 28
16 Abington Friends 25
23 Springfield 9
30 Cheltenham 36
Park Reeves Stokes Friedberg Minnick Bitman Bigelow Davidson Em? rich Hogg
G. F. Erb, Coach Sterling Atkinson. Tom Tucker, Managers
Maitland. R. Maitland, J.
Sciandro, Mgr. Glenn Snodgrass, Coach District I Champions— James Wilson, Richard Dunlap
Ab. WRESTLING Op.
25 Overbrook 14
39 Haverford 11
8 Cheltenham 37
12 Upper Darby 25
33 Penn Charter 3
20 Lansdowne 22
24 Penn Charter 16
Ab. 29 Penn Charter Op. 21
44 Ben Franklin 28
44 Bryn Athyn 22
37 Upper Darby 31
47 Conshohocken 31
27 Haverford 41
33 Norristown 47
21 Lower Merion 37
43 George School 12
39 Cheltenham 27
27. Penn Charter 21
34 Upper Darby 46
17 Haverford 47
44 George School 32
53 Conshohocken 15
37 Norristown 40
33 Lower Merion 47
61 Upper Morsland 23
33 Cheltenham 30
Helen Mauthe Polly Mathers Mary Martz Jean Graham Pat Smith Angeline Braccio Doris Woerner, Mgr.
M. Geraldine Mast, CoachGIRLS' TENNIS
Top row—D. Jones (Manager), Joyce Gimbel, C. Strachan, Miss Herzog (Coach), De Valerio, D. Lutz, R. Me Leod (Manager)
2d row—H. Schlemmer, P. Brooks, J.
Graham, J. Deisroth Front row—V. Weingard, P. Smith, P. Hartzell, M. Justice, J. Smythe
Top row—Asst. Mgr. Thorpe, Koehl, Emery, Coach Frantz, Eichert, Huch, Ox-man (Mgr.)
3rd row—Wagner, Friedberg, P. Miller, Martin, Hoffman
2d row—Oughton, Freeman, Atherton, Hake
Front row — Bitman, Fling, Davidson, Trumpboldt, Cloward
Back row Ass't Coach Rapp, Fickett, Mgr. Ross, Taddei, Fleming, Vaughn, Pietchke, Brown, Schaeffer, Watton, Crigler, Armbuster, Prentzel, Wilhjelm, Christ, Coach Erb Front row—Pete Miller, Powell, Stokes, Samson, Lentz, Gee, Groshens, O'Boyle, Jamieson, Hetherington, Hogg
Top row—Shallcross, Bitman, Harrar, Johansen, Young, Roberts, Stanger, Weth-erald. Coach Pawling 3d row—Mgr. Freas, Gosnell, B. Smith, Aarons, Cook, Hampshire, Jackson, Leeds, Armstrong, Powers, Hutelmeyer 2d row—J. Maitland, C. Kelley, N. Smith,
F. Peters, Faye, Gutt, A. Boyle, Gess-ner, Einhorn, A. Matthews 1st row—Fanelli, Davies, Ulmer, Frank, Rudisill, Steinle, Murphy, Leidy, Spang-enberg, Emerich
64Get Under IVay
All the shots in the book . . on your mark . . diving high . . don't jump that start . . safe at first . . hit that ball . . swing those arms . . up and over, Frankie . . Harper's famous butterfly . . ready for the plunge . . heave, boys, heave . . hurl it far . . Tarzan (?) . . out at home.
Norristown Upper Darby Jenkintown Cheltenham Doylestown Lansdale Lansdowne Doylestown
Norristown Hill School Radnor Upper Darby Lansdowne Cheltenham Pottstown Coatesville Lower Merion
Upper Darby 3
Penn Relays Jenkintown George School Suburban
Cheltenham1945 Yearbook Staff
Joseph O’Brien. El-ene Moore
EDITORS—Elene Moore, Joseph O'Brien
January Editorial Board
Standing — Campbell. Hall, Brown. Gimbel, Durfee Seated— Handschti-macher, Moore
Bob Handschumacher, Betty Jane Wardnei
JANUARY Doris Campbell Harlan Durfee Selma Eble Clarence Brown Ann Gimbel Elaine Sommers
JUNE Patricia Reed Elsie Passerin John Frank Richard Hay Phoebe Bent Nancy Hamlin
June Editorial Board
Reed, Hamlin, Frank, Hay, O'Brien, Passerin, Wardner, Bent
Mary Clyde Carolyn Cook Alma Cooney Dorothy Fletcher Doris McAllister Betty Miller Dorothy O'Donnell Barbara Parker Herman Peters Marjorie Shannon John Borman
Elizabeth Butterworth Nancy Hamlin Olive Henry Janet Hesse Maya Hof Robert Maitland Ruth Miller Sanford Oxman Beatrice Russ Jack Steel
Seated—Hesse. Butterworth. Oxman. Wilson. Steel Standing — Russ, Maitland, Henry
Harrison Hall John Frank
Fred Sellers, Assistant
Philip Eitzen Gordon Lutz
Richard Hecht Elaine Shutt3
Standing — Parsons, Will. Motson. Salisbury, Mooney, Myers. Evans, Newman
Seated — Neuhaus, Fulmer, Passerin, Dewey, Ortolani
Esther Ortolani Roberta Dewey
Rita Salisbury Ann Evans
Mary Jane Mooney Lillian Neuhaus Ruth Newman Margaret Parsons
Rita Salisbury Doris Myers Ruth Fulmer Harriet Will
E. B. Gernert
Top row — Cooney, McAllister, Fletcher, M a rp I e , Clyde, Shannon, Cook, Parker
2nd row — Campbell, H and schumacher, Moore, Durfee, Gimbel
1st row — Butch. Brown, McKay, Hall
FINANCIAL ADVISER .............. D. E. Krueger
ART ADVISER ...................Edith M. Milne
PHOTOGRAPHY ............. Lilian J. Reichard
TYPING ................... Alice F. Weaver
SPONSOR ..................... Dorothy CathellJ hose Friends Thou Hast
68ABINGTON BANK TRUST COMPANY
After School -
Visit the “Y”
As Near To You As The Abington High School
A BRANCH OF THE PHILADELPHIA YMCA’S
69It is better to have and not need,
Than to need and not have,
Our protection, bought and paid for.
ARDSLEY BURIAL PARK
NON-SECTARIAN JENKINTOWN AND EDGE HILL RDS., GLENSIDE, PA. Phone Ogontz 9818
By the way, we need your help, too.
We need saleshelp, men or woman part or full time. Ask for Mr. Snyder
NORTH PENN POST NO. 676
Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States
GLENSIDE, PENNA.BRADSHAW SUNOCO KESLER’S
STATION ‘‘Florists for the Particular’
Limekiln Pike, Edgehill, Pa. FLOWERS TELEGRAPHED ANYWHERE
Poor Work—High Prices 15 Tennis Avenue
No Phone NORTH HILLS, PA.
(We’re Only Kidding) Ogontz 3109
KENYON BROTHERS, Inc. RYAN REALTY
COAL 3305 N. Front Street
Fuel Oil—Biulding Materials 905 Fox Chase Road
Koppers Coke and Cord Wood Real Estate, Insurance and
North Hills, Pa. Conveyancing
Phone: Ogontz 0950-0951 Philadelphia, Pa.
OGONTZ DRY CLEANERS VICTORY DRESS SHOP
Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing W. H. HOWARD
We operate our own plant at
2864 LIMEKILN PIKE 14 E. Mt. Carmel Avenue
North Hills, Pa. GLENSIDE, PA.
91 E. Butler Pike. Aipbler
Phone: Ogontz 3280-J Estimates Free
EINHORN’S MARKET MOONEY’S MOVING and
1300 Mt. Carmel Ave. 24 E. Mt. Carmel Avenue
Movirtf! and Ha iling of All Kinds
Telephone: Ogontz 9083 Long Distance Moving a Specialty Reference: Ask the People We Move
Headquarters for the Junior Miss
120 S. Easton Road
THE REXALL DRUG STORE GLENSIDE
Phone: Ogontz 344
General Insurance Brokers (At Station)—GLENSIDE, Pa.
FRUIT and PRODUCE
72.1 WEST AVENUE Jcnkintown, Pa.
NORTH HILLS PRESS PRINTING
CLARENCE T. BAILEY JAMES G. BAILEY
NORTH HILLS, PA. Ogontz 1544-J
DELICATESSEN and GROCERY
FRESH MEATS VEGETABLES
.12 W. Jcnkintown Rd., Glenside, Pa.
GREETINGS PARKSIDE INN
Ardsley, Pa. Willow Grove, Pa.
EASTON ROAD AND WHARTON ROAD
TOWNE MEN'S SHOP Greetings
SPORTWEAR, CLOTHING, SPORT SLACKS, SHOES and SPORT COATS FOR YOUNG MEN F. W. WOOLWORTH CO.
300 York Road JENKINTOWN, PA.
Jobbing Bell Phone GOLDBERG'S
E. ALLEN REEVES, INC. Old York Road's Oldest Dept. Store
Contractor anil lluililcr Established 1902
ABINGTON, PA. JENKINTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA
GUNN'S BAKERY LILLIAN—HAIRDRESSING
Easton Road and Mt. Carmel Ave.
GLENSIDE, PENNSYLVANIA ABINGTON, PA.
ALFRED II. TRANK SCHUTT S SERVICENTER
Suburban Homes Tires—Batteries—Accessories
Mortgage Insurance Brakes—Ignition
Ogontz 2800-2801 York Road and Eckard Ave.
Keystone, Jktn. 27621 Phone: Ogontz 9280
7378 N. York Road WILLOW GROVE
JOHN'S BARBER SHOP
All American Service
JOHN TARKINGTON, Prop.
REAL ESTATE — MORTGAGES INSURANCE
L. E. WELSH
411 South York Road
Willow Grove, Pa.
Phone: Willow Grove 0620
To Buy or Refinance a Home
NO RENEWAL CHARGES EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS
Details and Assistance will he given with no obligation
WILLOW GROVE FEDERAL Savings Loan Association
WILLOW GROVE, PA.
Phone: Willow Grove 0420
WM. R. WALTON
Suburban Homes Our Specialty Builder Repairs Alteration and Additions
York Rd. Maplewood Ave.
Willow Grove, Pa.
W. CLYDE GOURLEY, Inc.
YORK and WELSH ROADS
WILLOW GROVE, PA.
Willow Grove 46 Ogontz 735
SKATELAND Roller Rink
Willow Grove Park
Open the Year Round
ARDSLEY HARDWOOD FLOOR CO.
Floor Work of All Descriptions
llesl Grades of
Lehigh Coal Kopper’s Coke Building Materials — Fuel Oil
Oreland, Pa. Ogontz 3225
74Tel. Ogontz 7320 GIBBONS BARBER SHOP
TAILOR 414 Easton Road
Suits Made to Order
A. GIBBONI GLENSIDE, PA.
Cleaning-Dyeing-Repairing Opposite Casa Conti Hotel
416 N. Easton Road GLENSIDE. PA.
.'125 North Easton Road W. C. ARMS AUTO REPAIRS
SHOE REPAIRING Easton Rd. and Tague Ave.
“Well Known for Quality at a Very Reasonable Price” GLENSIDE, PA.
Glenside, Pa. Ogontz 9252
A. GIBBONI Barber WILLOW GROVE APPLIANCE SHOP
(Opposite Weldon School) Easton Road GLENSIDE, PA. U. C. BALBIER 58 N. York Road WILLOW GROVE, PA.
W. G. 1440 W. G. 1289
ESKIN HARDWARE CO.
WELDON 4180-82 Germantown Ave., Phila. 40. Pa.
109 York Road, Willow Grove, Pa.
AUTO SUPPLY HARDWARE—PAINTS
Mich. 3433 Willow Grove 0556
75JENKINTOWN BANK TRUST CO.
‘Il here The Hus Stops At The Door'1
FEDERAL RESERVE BANK FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP.
RUSSELL SMITH, Inc.
416 OLD YORK ROAD
ON BETHLEHEM PIKE AT MONTGOMERYVILLE
Charter Service Passenger Flights
Student Instructions Advanced and Primary Piper Cub Sales and Service ‘Rent a Cub'
AIRPLANES AND INSTRUCTORS LICENSED BY U. S. GOVERNMENTS
JIM’S SERVICE STATION
Lubrication - Washing TIRE RECAPPING and TIRE REPAIRS JAMES BONSALL, Prop.
EASTON and JENKINTOWN RI)S.
Glenside, Pa.PLOCKIE’S SERVICE STATION
Smith’s Ice Cream Bicycle Repairing
Opposite Edgehill Firehouse NORTH HILLS, PA.
Ogontz 9034 S. F. Plock, Prop.
DR. J. W. VANSANT
Huntingdon Pike Shady Lane Fox Chase, Phila. 11, Pa. Phone: Cheltenham 2536
FOX CHASE ESSO SERVICE CENTER
Oxford Burholme Aves. PHILA. 11, PA.
Phone Pil. 9814
General Sheet Metal Contractors
2348 E. Boston St. Philadelphia 25, Pa.
Bell Phone REGenl 6427
ROY E. BENJAMIN STANLEY CHAIR COMPANY Cheltenham, Penna.
AMERICAN STORE McKinley, Pa.
JOHN GENTH Ogontz 2909
NORTH HILLS AUTO REPAIR
Official Inspection Station
1024 Limekiln Pike
NORTH HILLS. PENNA.
Battery Service Towing Day or Night
WRIGHT S SERVICE STATION
VULCANIZING and RECAPPING
Limekiln Pike and Edge Hill Road
EDGE HILL Phone: Ogontz 9182
77G. REED GREETING CARDS for all
LAUNDRY and DRY CLEANING OCCASIONS
EASTON RD. ROSLYN, PA. Ogontz 1310 BOSWELL’S STATIONERY 711 West Avenue JENKINTOWN, PA.
SMITH S ATLANTIC Ogontz 7700
SERVICE WALTER G. VALENTINE
Los—Oil—T ires Florist
Easton Road and Bradfield Corsages a Specialty
Ogontz 9112 ROSLYN. PA. 729 West Avenue
Ogontz 1981 LAWRENCE DRUG STORE
GROCERIES and MEATS Easton Road
ROSLYN. PA. ROSLYN, PENNSYLVANIA
SHEBLE, DAGER. Inc. ¥♦ V
ELKINS-SHEBLE CO.. INC.
Homes - Forms - Insurance 417 Old York Road CUT RATE STORE
78HOWARD NICE Melrose 3005 CLARA MAYER BEAUTY SALON Open, Mon., Wed., Fri., Til 9 P. M. 506 TOWNSHIP LINE ELKINS PARK. PA.
Ogontz 9338 Quality and Service First SAM SCHAFFER CUSTOM TAILOR Daily Pressing Service 24 YORK ROAD ABINGTON, PA. COOK’S BARBER SHOP 516 Jenkintown Road Elkins Park, Pa.
LARRY’S BARBER SHOP 127 York Road Next to Fire House ABINGTON. PA. Lawrence Ventresca Sanitary Service 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 Cadwalader Avenue. Elkins Park. Pa.
Fresh Meats-Frosted Foods-Butter - Eggs G. PARKHOUSE SONS 115 York Read ABINGTON. PA. Phone: Ogontz 964 BOONIN’S DRUG STORE PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS Ogontz 1616 441 Township Line ELKINS PARK, PA.
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables—Cold Cuts DONATO BROTHERS 64 HORACE AVENUE ABINGTON, PA. Ogontz 9014 STEVEN S GROCERIES SMOKED MEATS-FROZEN FOODS 522 Cypress Avenue ELKINS PARK. PA. Ogontz 9164
Since 1926 For Service Call Ogontz 9338 ABINGTON SHOE REPAIR JOSEPH PILEGGI Expert workmanship All Work Guaranteed 22 York Road Abington, Pa. FREE DELIVERY Phone: CHELT. 8006 HOLLYWOOD FOOD STORE 914 GIBSON AVENUE 1st Grade Meats CARL HOERGER, Prop.
POWELL’S DRUG STORE Abington, Pa. MORTGAGES INSURANCE J. M. CEGIELKOWSKI REALTOR 701 Huntingdon Pike Rockledge, Pa. Pilgrim 6475
EDW ARD T. COLLINS Atlantic Products Township Line Cadwalader Ave. ELKINS PARK. PA. OLSON’S STORE 909 Gibson Avenue Hollywood. Pa. Groceries-Delicatessen-Cigars, Candy BULK—Breyers Ice Cream—PINTS Phone: Cheltenham 8704
79Bell Phone: Ogontz 9830 Keystone: Jenkintown 2511 J. FRANK FLECK CO. HARDWARE 424 York Road JENKINTOWN. PA. GLENSIDE WHOLESALE CO. 103 EAST GLENSIDE AVENUE Wholesale CANDY and TOBACCO
DR. G. W. SPIES OPTOMETRIST and OPTICIAN Personal Service Jenkintown. Ford Bldg. Phone: Og. 900 Office Hours: 9:30 A.M. to 5 P.M. Daily Evenings: Tues. and Sat., 7 to 9 P.M. Edith McHugh, Prop. Ogontz 1506 EL DORIS BEAUTY SHOP 142 E. Glcnsidc Ave. Glensidc, Pa. BEAUTY CULTURE IN ALL BRANCHES
ELSIE CAMPBELL Hot Dogs—Ice Cream Hamburgers—Soft Drinks 2 Horace Avenue ABINGTON, PENNSYLVANIA GLENSIDE TOGGERY For Men and Boys 118 S. Easton Road GLENSIDE, PA. B. S. Schwartz Open Evenings
FRED R. WILHELM Real Estate-Insurance-Notary Public 911 Limekiln Pike. North Hills NORTH HILLS Ogontz 1285 GLENSIDE PHARMACY ARTHUR S. LEVINTOW, Ph.G. GLENSIDE, PENNSYLVANIA Visit Our Soda Fountain Ogontz 1737
CAMERON’S DRUG STORE Orcland, Pa. KIDDIE FURNITURE SILVERS 110 S. Easton Road GLENSIDE. PA. Ogontz 0372
Ogontz 6989-J C. D. LAMPHERE ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR HOTPOINT APPLIANCES 2901 Mt. Carmel Ave., North Hills. Pa. Ogontz 0486 Open Mon., Fri. Sat. Eves. BRODY'S DEPARTMENT STORE Family Outfitters Since 1905 GLENSIDE, PA.
MEEHAN’S NURSERIES We plan and plant your home grounds Ambler 0226 — DRESHER, PA. DRESSES SPORTSWEAR H. A. ROBERTSON 115 S. Easton Road HOSIERY Ogontz 6494
Ogontz 9335-9181 FERGUSON’S Patent Medicines-Cosmetics-Stationery School Supplies-Smokers’ Needs Abbotts Ice Cream-Candy-Magazines Newspapers 3007 W. Mt. Carmel Ave. NORTH HILLS, PA. LOUGHLIN’S MARKET 804 Limekiln Pike NORTH HILLS. PENNSYLVANIA Formerly Cashmere’s Market
KESWICK CYCLE SHOP
RICH NORMAN, Proprietor Hobby Supplies — Model Airplanes N. EASTON ROAD
LULU TEMPLE COUNTRY CLUB
Congratulations to ABINGTON SENIOR HIGH
John Llopes Helen Gumpert
Carlo Iannarelli Mrs. E. Fegley
Pete Giordana Mrs. Emma Thiel
Roy Benjamin Lena Gresibasch
Archie Salem Betty Sandy
Olaf Olsen Rose Sheridan
Bert Jacoby Dorothy Fegely
Howard Ruth Bee Brooks
Horace Derrick Betty Morton
Bill Weill Ann Ruth Evans
Employees of Stanley Chair Company Cheltenham, Pennsylvania
Bell Phone 71
SHORE S MARKET
Fresh Fruils, Vegetables Fresh Meals. Fish anil Oysters
WILLOW GROVE, PA.
81MOBILGAS SERVICE STATION MOBILOIL MOBILUBRICATION Oxford Burholme Aves. Phila. Pil. 9882 LIMEKILN BARBER SHOP 934 Limekiln Pike NORTH HILLS. PENNA.
HOLLYWOOD DRUGS Huntingdon Pike Fox Chase Rd. Hollywood, Fox Chase, Pa. The Store That Serves Old and Young Meet at Our Fountain A. H. B. SKEATH PHARMACIST Limekiln Pike and Mt. Carmel Avenue NORTH HILLS, PA. Ogontz 9192
BEST W'ISHES SUNDIAL SHOES For Every Member of the Family A. APFELBAUM 900 Limekiln Pike NORTH HILLS. PA. Ogontz 3150
JOHN M. DAUBERT Registered PLUMBING and HEATING Penna. Avenue, North Hills Ogontz 4865 RUBIN’S MARKET Quality Meats, Groceries Produce Corner Hamel Avenue, Ardsley, Pa. Phones: Ogontz 0924-9036 Free Delivery
DAUBERT’S SERVICE STATION 2740 Limekiln Pike NORTH HILLS. PA. Atlantic Products Gas Oil Accessories Greetings from ECKEL’S HARDWARE Ardslev, Pennsylvania
Portraits Taken Your home or mine by appointment only 14 LOS ANGELES AVENUE Phone: Cheltenham 8378 Ice Cream Fruits and Produce BRUDER’S DELICATESSEN 515 JENKINTOWN ROAD Elkins Park, Pa. Frosted Foods Luncheon Meats
Fountain Service Our own make Ice Cream HAHN S BAKERIES The place for Quality. Quantity Sendee Pil. 1648 Pil. 7822 6612 Rising Sun Ave. 7965 Oxford Ave. PHILADELPHIA. PA. GRUBER’S BAKERY 7612 Ogontz Avenue PHILADELPHIA. PA. Phone: Hancock 0442
Call Pil. 4818 BOEDER’S PHARMACY “THE REXALL STORE” 7971 Oxford Avenue, Phila. 11 GIROUD FLOWERS 8530 Cadwaladcr Avenue ELKINS PARK. PA. Ogontz 1336
SUBURBAN INSULATION COMPANY 805 Greenwood Avenue JENKINTOWN, PA.
Alfred O. Breinig Phone Ogontz 7141
COLLEGE RIDING ACADEMY
Limekiln Pike and Twining Road
Instructions To Beginners
Your Horses Hauled, Boarded, Schooled Horses Bought and Sold Saddles and Bridles
MEET YOUR FRIENDS OVER A MIDNIGHT SNACK KENYONS DINER Route 152 NORTH HILLS, PA.
83Ogontz 9166 or 7348
UNITED SERVICE STATION Finest Regular and Ethyl Gas TOWING and ROAD SERVICE 350 NORTH EASTON ROAD Glenside, Pa.
MIKE D ELIA’S SHOE SHOP .’584 N. Easton Road Glenside, Pa.
GLENSIDE JEWEL-CRAFT SHOP
Mfg. Jeweler and Diamond Setter Ogontz 4351W Fine Repairing
GEO. P. MAIER, Prop.
Lingerie, Neckwear. Hosiery and Dry Goods
Next to Keswick Theatre
CLARA S. SHELHORN, Prop.
Telephone: Ogontz 9228 RUTH-MARIE BEAUTY SHOPPE 32 E. WHARTON AVENUE Glenside, Pa.
Daily 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. except Monday Thursday 9 A.M. to 9 P.M.
TURNER’S HARDWARE GLENSIDE
School Supplies and Stationery
HICKORY SMOKED MEATS FARM PRODUCTS
Edith Wilcox Helen DeGroat
THE VOGUE SHOP 30 East Wharton Road
Glenside, Pa. Ogontz 1985
IDA RENE BEAUTY SHOP
21 East Wharton Road
Phone: Ogontz 3303
KESWICK PHOTO SHOP
KODAKS-PHOTO SUPPLIES-PHOTO FINISHING Geo. W. Gelding, Jr., Prop.
17 E. Wharton Rd. Glenside, Pa.
ESSO Products Automobile Service
Easton and Mildred Ave.
Phono OGONTZ 5270 Roslyn, Pa.
Phone 154 Upholstering
J. HOWARD HAY, Inc.
Painting Paper Hanging Represented by JOHN HAY 475 YORK ROAD JENKINTOWN, PA.
Phone: Ogontz 3860-6298
Estimates Furnished SUBURBAN HOME IMPROVEMENTS General Contractors SUSQUEHANNA RD., Roslyn, Pa. Lybrand and Neavil
CAROLINE’S BEAUTY SHOP Easton Road and Pershing Avenue
Caroline Pleiss Behrends, Proprietor Phone: Willow Grove 3019
DRY GOODS—NOTIONS Roslyn, Pa.
FEDERAL INSURED SAVINGS
Abington Building Association
750 West Avenue
Jenkintown Ogontz 2625
Famous for Fine Foods
Faintitit: - Paperhanging - Decorating WORK OF A BETTER KIND
718 West Avenue Jenkintown, Penna.
For Recreation Bowl
JENKINTOWN BOWLING ALLEYS
417 JOHNSON STREET Pin Hoys Wanted Afternoons and Evenings W. F. AND T. A. VOTH, PROPS.
NORWOOD RADIO ELECTRIC SERVICE
Philadelphia 38, Pa. 5763 WISTER STREET
NEAR BROAD AND OLNEY
85 Ogontz 2084
ABINGTON FLORIST BURR A. ROBINSON, Jr. FRANK McCORMICK BENDIX SALES and SERVICE No. 1 Susquehanna Road ABINGTON, PA.
6 York Road, Abington, Penna. “CROSS” ESSO SERVICECENTER
Phone: Ogontz 4290 York Road and Woodland Road Abington, Pennsylvania
ABINGTON TEXACO SERVICE STATION J. W. KERCHNER Certified Service ALADDIN BOOK SHOP 224 York Road, Jenkintown Phone: Ogontz 4343 LATEST FICTION - NON-FICTION - JUVENILES GREETING CARDS also LENDING LIBRARY
York Road and Guernsey Avenue ABINGTON. PA. Ogontz 9172 ASK ABOUT OUR SERVICES Developing and Printing Enlarging - Copying Tinting and Framing Photographic Supplies JENKINTOWN CAMERA SHOP 310 YORK ROAD Ogontz 4262
MILLER DRUG COMPANY Prescriptions-Gifts-Vitamins Agents PENNY’S FLOWERS 5 E. Wharton Avenue GIcnside, Pa. FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Ogontz 0241-J
Zenith Hearing Aid Ogontz 599 RYDELL HOSIERY SHOPPE
WILLOW GROVE, PA. Hemstitching — Hosiery Mending BLOUSES HANDBAGS
713 West Ave. Jenkintown, Pa.
M. J. KERVIN B. BLUMENTHAL
PAINTING and GLAZING GLENSIDE DELICATESSEN
Abington, Pa. Easton and WTiarton Roads Bell: Ogontz 3282 Glenside, Pa.
Ogontz 4349 CHARLES LIGHTMAN IMPORTER - MERCHANT TAILOR -and FURRIER Certified Cold Storage 14 York Road Abington, Pa. Dull hours of study find reward In future years to come. So intersperse the day of work With healthful bubbling fun. Greetings—your local poet CHARLES C. SHEAFFER EASTON RD. GENEVA AVE. Glenside, Pa.
86SCHUTTE KOERTING CO.
in appreciation of competent office help furnished by the Commercial Department
of the Abington Senior High School.
COSMOS ROMEO BARBER SHOP 423 S. YORK ROAD Willow Grove, Pa. Phone: Willow Grove, O440-J Open daily except Monday 8:30 a.m.-9:00 p.m. except Wednesday WOMEN’S APPAREL LIL-LEE, INC.
EDDIES FOOD MARKET JENKINTOWN, PA.
FANCY GROCERIES—FRESH MEATS FRUITS — VEGETABLES Ogontz 4026
Willow Grove 566 48 YORK ROAD
CALLAHAN’S CIGARETTES - CANDY and ICE CREAM Opposite Grove Movies Lamps Tables FURNITURE NEW' AND USED EGAN'S FURNITURE STORE Next to Grove Theatre WILLOW GROVE, PA. W. G. 3033 Rugs Gifts
JOHN SCHAMENEK SUNOCO SERVICE York Road and Decatur Avenue WILLOW GROVE, PA. FRANK CHARLES Complete Grocery Meat Market Fresh Fruits Vegetables Choice Meats — Delivery Service Frosted Fruits Vegetables Welsh Easton Rds. Willow Grove 9120
DR. IRVING B. FINK DENTIST Willow Grove, Pa. VARIETY SHOP 425 S. OLD YORK ROAD W'illow Grove, Pa. Hours: Monday to Thursday 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday to Saturday 9 a.m.-8 p.m.
THE BONNIE-KAY SHOP 75 YORK ROAD Willow Grove, Pa. CHILDREN’S WEAR GIFTS — TOYS DOLLAR VALET SERVICE Cleaners and Dyers Tailor made Suits 505 JENKINTOWN ROAD Ardsley, Pa. Ogontz 3284
Ogontz 9275 Ogontz 9032 George E. Klenk, Prop.
GLENSIDE RECREATION KLENK S SERVICE STATION
26 E. Mt. Carmel Avenue GLENSIDE. PA. Complete W ashing Lubricating—Tire lie pair
STEVE YERKES, Prop. Glenside and Keswick Aves. GLENSIDE, PA.
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