Abington High School - Oracle Yearbook (Abington, PA)
- Class of 1951
Page 1 of 112
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Text from Pages 1 - 112 of the 1951 volume:
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MISS K.Yl'H.XRlNE MILLER
Miss Katharine Miller, who served our school
devotedly as an English teacher and Abingtonian
adviser, will be remembered as a friend by every
student with whom she came in contact. Yvith
affection and gratitude she will be esteemed by
those who knew her in the twenty-five years she
taught at Abington.
Principal presents jewelry gift.
MR. FRANK Mc'CLl,li,XN
A familiar figure in the Vocational Department
for more than thirty years, Mr. Frank McClcan
is remembered by the student body as one who
taught them that a car is to be handled with
respect and that strict adherence to trallic regu-
lations is only another name lor connnon cour-
To these ex-pilots in appreciation of their serv-
ice and loyalty to the student body of Abington
High School, we dedicate our YEARBOOK,
Cold watch given by faculty at tea.
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JUNE, 1951 q
A world of seething- tumult
VVhere chaos will not cease.
Greed and lust for power ruler
In mockery of peace.
Oh, this is your world, seniors
This dread tormented sphere
Of grim and ivild destruction:
'This heritage of fear. ,
But meet the future bravely,
And pledge that with your life
Thru the coming years, you'll strwl
To free the world of strife.
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Navigators .... pages 6-12
Helmsmem , f. .. pages 13:38
Ports of Call .. pages 39:56
Shore Leaves ,. pages 57:66
Sailors AIN . .. pages 67:77
Hea My Ma ies. pages 782104
OUR IBOARI OIF SCHOOL I IIIRIECTORS
'Nlathan S. Trump. maintenance engineer: ll. litlwarml Slnnitlhclszl lctcn I lcttci lf l llll R Rudi mlm tn
Charles W. Smith, presidentg Dr. Henry F. Daum, secretary: Dr. O H English superintendent Howard T Wenner vice
presidentg Carl O. Hednerg Mrs. Evelyn G. Henzelg Dr. William Hughes qinsuty
They map our course
Working, planning, serving - these are
theifunctions of the Abington School Board.
The men and woinen who work together
in order that we may become better citizens
are continually trying to hold high the tradi-
tional standards of Abington. Dr. O. H.
English, our superintendent, and the School
Board are kept busy planning for our ed-
ucation and providing additional facilities
for our growing population. Their unsel-
fish service for the students and the town-
ship has made Abington a better place in
which to live.
DR. O. H. ENGLISH
Umar Able Nwvigw for
Mr. Gernert, who knows just what is going on from
the latest sports scores to the newest extra-curriculzir
activity and its Abington participants, is really "johnny
on the Spot."
GREETINGS TO THE CLASS OF 1951
Among treasured letters from
former students I read: HI also
want to take this opportunity to
tell you how thankful I am for the
training I received at Abington.
I shall never forget my three years
spent with you." On many occa-
sions you and I have discussed the
varied activities in our program.
Is it not true, that as you have par-
ticipated in these activities, you
have rendered sincere service to
your school and at the same time
brought unto yourselves immea-
surable benefits? Truly, education
is worthwhile when you improve
yourself while serving others. This
is America at its best. May you
continue to serve throughout life.
E. B. Gernert
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WVh0 let that end through? Faculty sextet harmonlzes.
GEORGE F. ERB-Biology, Physics: Head Baseball Coach . . .PAUL T. GANTT-French, English: Socaer Coach, Gala Night
Chairman, Senior Play Coach, Sophomore Class Sponsor . . . ALLAN A. GLATTHORN-English: Co-sponsor of Abington-
ian, Oracle, junior Class Sponsor . . . J. MERVIN GOTTSHALL-Director of Vocal Music . . . WILLIAM A. GRUN-
Industrial Arts . . . EMMA C. HALDEMAN-English: Yearbook Sponsor.
GERTRUDE E. HERZOG-Girls' Physical Education: Softball Coach . . . J. IRA KREIDER-Social Studies: Student Forums
. . . DAVID E, KRUEGER-Business Education Chairman: Financial Manager of Yearbook . . . CATHERINE li. LOBACH
-Latin Chairman . . . jANE B. MCKINLEY-Business Education . . . M. B. MESSINCER-Science Chairman: Sports Tick-
et Sales, Sophomore Class Sponsor.
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Electricians learn theory.
Semor artlsts love to draw
ANTON lf. S'i.-XNIS-Vocational Englishg Boys' Basketball, Girls' Tennis . . . L. C. SYVARTZ-Vocational Mathematics
and Scienceg Senior Class Sponsor . . . VICRLIN L. TA'I'li-Business Edncationg Oracle circulation . . . ELIZABETH C.
'l'HONIPSONfGirls' Physical liclticatiolig Hockey and Girls' Basketball Coach . . . GFRTRUDE L. TURNICR-English:
junior l-'onrth llstalc .... V XLICE lf. Wli.XVliRAl5usiness litlncationg Ticket Sales, Financial Adviser0fAhingtm1ian,Oracle.
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SH.-XYLOR XVOODRL7FFMMathcinaticsg Chairman of Club Cornittce, junior Class Sponsor . . . EMELUS G. VVORTMAN-
Vocational Printing . . . RALPH M. WRIGHT-Mechanical Drawing, Drafting, Chairman of Social Affairs . . . ZAIDEE G.
WYA'1"l'--Home Living, Dean of Girls, Chairman of Englishg Dramatics Director.
MS steer COMF' COMTSES
ce stops to chat.
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Satisfied smiles signify "soup's on".
To help Abington "sail along," the
friendly, efficient secretaries keep our log
intact, the skilled medical staff checks our
health, the cafeteria force feeds us well,
capable bus drivers transport us from home
to school, and the genial custodians try to
keep everything shipshape.
,Joe Butch, virfrprcfsiderzlq Bette Lou
YVilson, serretaryg Pat XVells, treasurerg
Wally Carroll, president, lead us in
remembering the past and looking for-
ward to the future.
MUTTOHHJLOUIQ to the future
CLASS COLURSH-Blue and silver
CLASS FLD WEREH Yellow Rose
attitude awards bestowed on I..
pson, Butch, N. DiValeri0.
Top honors for first semester
go to J. Suplcc, J. Edgar, N. Di-
Senior advisers-Miss Clark,
Mr. Swartz, and Mr. Albright
Valerio, N. Hood, M. Schad, K
Brosso, V. Passerin, J. Kesler.
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JULES ANDRE ADAMS
HENRY JOSEPH ALBRECHT
E60 Franklin Ave. Willow Grove
eneral - Ooly . . . loves to talk . . .
'oss-country in sophomore and junior
ears . . . occasionally scores 200 in
Jwling . . . enjoys pool and modern
tusic . . . may move to Rochester,
3031 Limekiln Pike North Hills
Vorational - Hank . . friendly stu-
dent . . . president of Poultry Club
. . , member of Agriculture and Auto
Clubs . . . keeps busy as a part time
florist . . . will enter either the agri-
cultural field or become a noted flor-
MARY CAROL ANDERSON
363 Reservoir Avenue Roslyn
'usiness Education - Co-business
ianager of Yearbook . . , affiliation
ommittee . . . vice-president of soph-
more homeroom . . . tap number in
Zommunity Night . . . graceful dancer
1 Spring Festival , . . lustrous black
air . . . Tap, Tennis, and Sketch
Zlubs . . baseball enthusiast . . .
JOHN A. BISSINGER, III
632 Upland Ave. Noble
College Preparatory - Jack . . . anoth-
:r six-footer . . . on the quiet side
. . track man . . . hot-rod happy
. . stage crew for Gala Night . . .
Jlans include engineering college
ANDRE ROBERT BOISSEVAIN
Dld Ford Rd. Huntingdon Valley
College Preparatory - Andy . . . well-
,iked . . . came to Abington as a junior
. . Oracle . . . one of Mr. Clark's
:harpshooters . . . Auto and Rifle
Clubs . . . visiting Holland when it
was overrun by Nazis . . . future
LORRAINE JOSEPHINE BATES
2029 Chester Ave. Willow Grove
General - Sis . . . talented art student
. . . A Cappella Choir , . . Gala Night
. . ., art work for Oracle and Yearbook
. . . sophomore representative to Stu-
dent Council . , . special interest in
Ocean City . . . future homemaker.
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VICTOR WESLEY BEAN
907 San Gabriel Ave. Hollywood
College Preparatory - Vic . , . oh,
that blond curly hair . . . very ath-
letic . . . on varsity teams for soccer,
swimming, and track . . . outside in-
terests are hunting, fishing, boating
. . . college is next on his agenda.
WILLIAM JOHN BATES, JR.
263 Huron Ave. Jenkintown
General - Bill . . . big, good-natured
fellow , . . Student Council . . . Boys'
Chorus in junior year , . . football
in sophomore year . . . Oh, that
chuckle! . . . Sales Club . , . played
Santa Claus for old folks at Christ
Home . . . future. undecided.
231 Seniors Report Sept. 7
BONNIE CAROLINE BERGQUIST RICHARD H. BIELE
212 Tyson Ave. Glenside 901 San Gabriel Ave. Hollywood
College Preparatory - B. B .... peppy College Preparatory -Pete . . . happy-
. . . loads of friends . , . Abingtonian go-lucky . . . trackster as sophomore
. . . Oracle . . . Yearbook . . . C.S.P.A. and junior , . . one of the three blind
convention . . . band and orchestra men on rifle team . . . main interests
, . . softball manager . . . senior play hunting and fishing . . . next-work
committee . . . Gala Night . . . Michi- . . . possibly college.
gander . . . plans to enter nurses'
, training . , . will attend Augustana
EDWIN ALBERT BLAYDON
2228 Menlo Ave. Glenside
General, - Ed . . . captain of Rifle
Team . . . president of Rifle Club . . .
baseball manager . . . main interests-
hunting, camping and hiking . .
future plans-hopes to go to Alaska.
JOHN ADDISON BOREN
230 Forest Ave. Elkins Park
College Preparatory-Jack . . . friend-
friendly . . . will be remembered as
a color guard and a drum major . . .
one of Pawling's paddlers . , . inter-
ested in flying . . . plans to attend
Penn State or Alfred University.
JOSEPH D. BROSSO
Sl Mt. Carmel Ave. Glenside
'rational - Joe . . . a friend in need
your machine breaks down . . .
nior year cross-country . . . Auto,
fle, and Agricultural Clubs . . .
zin interest-playing accordion . .
ans may include college.
To Chart Eventfal
CAROLYN ALICE BUEHRER
3 Sylvania Ave. Glenside
llege Preparatory - Car . . . cheer-
.ding . . . senior play . . . Gala
ght . . . Dramatic Club . . . Knitting
ub . . . Yearbook . . . cute brunette
th plenty of school spirit . . . plans
enter college, then elementary
CAROL MAE BOURNE
724 Arden Rd. Jenkintown
General - Cute little blonde . . . Gala
Night tap chorus . . , Tap Club . . .
Yearbook . . . talented artist . . .
plans to enter Rhode Island School
of Design next year.
FREDERICK RONALD BRECHT
908 San Gabriel Ave. Hollywood
College Preparatory -- Big Ron . , .
major interest -sports . . . sophomore
homeroom president . . . soccer and
baseball . . . good-natured . , . chess
expert . . . always grinning . . . hobby
-my limousine . , plans to enter
P. M. C. or Penn State.
PATRICIA ANN BRAUN
2342 Jenkintown Rd. Glenside
Business Education - Peanut . . .
played hockey when a sophomore . . .
typist for Abingtonian, F. E., and
Yearbook . , . Elizabethans . . . spare
time is used in collecting records and
horseback riding . . . future secretary.
ADRIENNE JILL BRENNER
150 West Ave. Elkins Park
College Preparatory - Jill . . . sports-
minded . . . basketball manager for
three years . . . slugger on softball
team . . . Sports Club . . . Yearbook
J. F, E .... sophomore homeroom
secretary . . . make-up for Gala Night
. . . next year-Temple University . .
future medical technician.
ELIZABETH ANNE BROWN
604 Hillcrest Ave. Glenside
Business Education - Betty . . . pretty
blonde tresses . . . Abingtonian, Oracle,
and Yearbook typist . . . member of
Girls' Trio in Gala Night . . . Abing-
tonian representative . . . Tennis and
Dancing Clubs . . . knitting enthusiast
. . . somebody's secretary.
RONALD GARY BURKS
1655 High Ave. Willow Grove
General - Skippy . . . pleasant nature
. . . varsity baseball in sophomore year
. . . coached J. V. team in junior year
. . . good ear for music . . . spends
spare time playing on local athletic
teams . . . future Air Corps Cadet.
college next year.
athletic interests . . . plans to attend
JOSEPH BUTCH PETER JOSEPH CANTAGALLO
1903 Wharton Rd. Jenkintown 369 Stuart Ave. Glenside
College Preparatory - Abe . . . tenor Vocational - Speedy . . . popular
voice . . . capable leader . . . president with the girls . . . Vocational Dance
of Student Council . . . vice-president committee . . . Dancing Club . . .
of senior class . . . president of soph- Auto Club . . . vice-president of
omore class . . . assembly committee sophomore homeroom . . . plans to
. . . Civic Attitude Awards . . . Boys' join Navy . . . then work in a
Chorus . . . quick, friendly smile . . . garage.
WALLACE EDWIN CARROLL EUGENE F. CAULEY
1225 York Rd. Abington 818 Central Ave. Ardsley
College Preparatory - Wally . . . var. Vocational - Fluge . . . talkative . . .
sity football . . . wrestling . . . popular shop joker . . . president of Poultry
president of senior class . . . tennis Club . . . Dance and Sports Clubs . . .
. . . Yearbook . . . Abingtonian . . . interested in cars . . . one year soccer
J.F.E. . . President of junior class . . . . . . good marks . . . will join Navy.
WARREN GEORGE CHAMBERLIN JOHN M. CHEEZUM, JR.
. . . snare drummer in band . . . Gala
Night . . . orchestra . . . hobby is
fishing . . . Penn State, here he comes.
ardent debator . . . write-ups for pub-
lications . . . member of the U. S.
Naval Reserve . . . will take business
course at Penn after graduation.
DOROTHY LOUISE CHERRY
433 Abington Ave. Glenside
College Preparatory - Dot . . . quid:
with the comeback . . . Yearbook . . .
Student Council for three years . . .
feature writer on Abingtonian staff . . .
two years on J. V. hockey squad . . .
senior play . . . affiliation committee
CAROLYN MARIE CLARK
1626 Upland Ave. Jenkintown
College Preparatory - Swell person-
ality . . . band . . . orchestra . . .
Gala Night . . . Susan in senior play
. . . Latin and French Club dance
committees . . . consistent Honor Roll
member . . . Junior Town Meeting
. . . talented artist . . . enjoys textile
painting . . . Temple next.
604 Roslyn Ave. Glenside 113 Kirkwood Ave., I-'ox Chase Manor
College Preparatory -- George . . . General - Jack . . . Boys' Chorus . . .
good sense of humor . . . class halfpint A Cappella Choir . . . Gala Night . . .
PATRICIA LOUISE CLYMER
S651 Hazel Ave. North Hills
Zusiness Education - Pat . . . sang
n Sextet and Octet . . . peppy drum
najorette . . . Gala Night . . . plays
xiano in orchestra . . . fun-loving but
tmbitious gal . . . hopes to be some-
nody's secretary after graduation.
Class Gives Reins lo Carroll
JOY LYNN COOPER
049 Maplewood Ave. Willow Grove
Iollege Preparatory - Joy . . . very
vopular gal . . . Musitones . . . vice-
,resident of A Cappella . . . South-
astern District Chorus . . . Glee Club
. . accompanist for musical groups
. . Gala Night . . . hockey . . . In-
ernos . . . future music teacher
LLOYD JOSEPH CONARD
164 Tyson Ave. Glenside
Vocational - Very cooperative . . .
controls switchboard during Gala
Night . . one of the operators of
P. A. System . . . Radio and Auto
Clubs . . . will assist father in refrig-
.MARCELLA JULIETTE COULON
1544 Fitzwatertown Rd. Willow Grove
College Preparatory - Marcel . . . a
swell girl . . . everybody's pal . . .
farmerette . . F. E ist li
. J. . typ l. . . -
brary worker . . . always rushing . . .
majors in gym . . . intramural sports
. . . physical education course at col-
BERNICE ELIZABETH DAUBERT LAURA ELIZABETH DAVIS
1728 Webster Ave. Willow Grove Limekiln Pike Dresher
General - Bunnie . . . cute blonde General- Quiet and dreamy . . . part
. . . loves to sing . . . librarian at time student, two periods a day. . .
Abington Library . . . A Cappella likes solitude . . . member of Sports
Choir . . . Girls' Sextet . . . Gala Club . . . interested in sewing . . .
Night . . . Glee Club . . . Knitting will work after graduation.
Club . . . headed for business school.
FRANK PHILLIP DE PAUL, JR. JOSEPH DINKINS
Welsh Rd. Huntingdon Valley 1411 Rothley Ave. Willow Grove
College Preparatory - Scito . . . pop- General - Joe . . . popular . . . slip-
ular with his accordion . . . sophomore pery-hipped leather-lugger for three
homeroom vice-president . . . Gala years on varsity football team . . .
Night . . . junior homeroom secretary indoor track . . . interested in photog-
and treasurer . . -. senior football man- raphy . . . sneaks into lunch line . . .
ager . . . Chess and Modern Music college next on athletic scholarship.
Clubs . . . college.
MARGARET MARY DITTMAR
1554 Arnold Ave. Roslyn
General - Peggy . . . attractive and
fun-loving . . . library assistant . . .
Girls' Chorus . . . enjoys horseback
riding, swimming and playing Canasta
. . . friends galore . . . future model
JoHN Josnvu uok.xN, JR.
405 Cricket Ave. North Hills
General - ack . Gordon's chuni
J . .
. . . his '39 Ford convertible is always
parked along Huntingdon Road dnl
ing school hours . . . part time gaso
line station attendent . . . -plans t
enter the Air Corps.
F21 Township Line Elkins Park
Iollege Preparatory - Ike . . . quiet
xlond . . . member of the Student
Iouncil in sophomore year . . . Blue-
xrint Club . . . French Club . . . likes
o referee elementary football games
. . Drexel next . . . future architect.
PATRICIA ANNE ELLIS
458 Jericho Rd. Abington
leneral - P. A. . . sweet personality
. . school asset . . secretary of Stu-
lent Council . . . Internos . . . cheer-
eader . . . Student Council member
wo years . . . president of sophomore
tomeroom . . . Gala Night herald . . .
2229 Oakdale Ave. Glenside
General - Junior scholarship to
Moore Institute . . . art editor of
Yearbook . . . Bunny in senior play
. . . sophomore class secretary . . .
always has a smile for everybody . . .
Internos . . . Oracle art staff . . .
attractive brunette . . . art school next.
RONALD J. DOYLE
1162 Easton Rd. Roslyn
Business Fducalion - Duke var-
sity swimming team Junior varsity
baseball Sports Club quiet
but ambitious Pierce next
EDWARD DUNCAN, JR.
enter the Air Corps.
684 Edge Hill Rd. Ardsley
College Preparatory - Judy . . . hard
worker . . . Abingtonian third-page
editor . . . Oracle . . . Yearbook . . .
manager of girls' swimming team . . .
Gala Night . . . Carie in senior play
J. F. E . . . Honor Roll regularly
Temple University . . . then
MARY JANE ELLIS
1458 Jericho Rd. Abington
General - M J .... one of the peppy
twins . . . herald in Gala Night . . .
cheerleader . . . neat dresser . . . presi-
dent of junior homeroom and soph-
omore homeroom treasurer . . . Glee
Club . . . perpetually happy . . .Ab-
ingtonian typist . . . college maybe.
1640 Fairview Ave. Willow Grove 1621 Upland Ave. Noble
Vocational - Ed . . . likes to run . . . Business Education - Betsy . . . eye.
one of Zeke's jet-equipped harriers . . . stopping cheerleader . . . Typing Serv-
three years on team . . . track team, ice and Glee Club . . . Yearbook typist
oo . . . Gymnastic Club . . . next, ...secretary of sophomore homeroom
. . . "Dog House" . . . senior Dlav
committee . . . Dad is a Whiz Kids'
scouts . . . future-secretary . . . then
as Butch Presides Uver Council
229 Penn Ave. Ardsley
General - Ann . . . cute blonde . . .
Girls' Glee Club . . . Dancing Club . . .
passes out the sweets in the cafeteria
. . . Skating Club . . . likes dancing,
roller skating, and horseback riding
. . . a future secretary.
133 Cedar St. Jenkintown
General - Eppie . . . personality plus
. . . Abingtonian typist . . . Rifle
Club . . . library helper for three
years . . . Tap Club . . . likes to dance
and roller skate . . . a future secretary.
RUTH ELISE EMERICH
2 Wheatsheaf Lane Abington
llege Preparatory - Ricky . . . sports
'porter . . . likes horseback riding
. varsity basketball for two years . .
ee years on varsity softball team
. Sports Club president . . . Gala
ght . . . plans for college next.
MARY PATRICIA ENRIGHT
i3 Lycoming Ave. Willow Grove
llege Preparatory - Pat . . . Abing.
Lian staff . . . library worker . . .
la Night . . . Yearbook . . . Girls'
orus . . . likes horseback riding,
lsic, and swimming . . . West Ches-
State Teachers' College next-then
3 North Hills Ave. North Hills
mera! - Betsy . . . member of
F. E. . . Yearbook . . . Creative
riting Club . . . Gala Night . . .
mor Roll . . . lots of fun . . . canasta
1 . . . enjoys swimming . . . plans
teaching career at West Chester.
BARBARA A. FLOWER
7 Easton Rd. Glenside
'neral - Attractive brunette . . . al-
tys reading . . . band . . . orchestra
. library worker . . . Oracle . . .
arbook . . . Gala Night committee
. Forum Group . . . nice to know
. talented in writing poetry . . .
BETHLYN BEATRICE EMMETT
16 Seminole Ave. Fox Chase Manor
General - Beth . . . short and cute
. . . Glee Club . . . senior write-ups
. . . cheerleader . . . Gala Night com-
mittee . . . loves to play the piano . . .
Albright College, here she comes.
EDWIN W. ERB
2061 Welsh Rd. Willow Grove
General - Ed . . . quiet fellow, nice
to know . . . interested in sports . . .
varsity swimming team for three years
. . . varsity cross-country . . . Gym-
nastic Club . . . next either work or
service in Armed Forces.
MARTIN HARVEY EVVER
470 Tyson Ave. Glenside
Vocational - Marty . . . very friendly
. . . played good clarinet in band for
three years . . . orchestra . . . Gala.
Night . . . always smiling . . . wants
to go to a technical or trade school.
RONALD JOSEPH FAY
2032 Welsh Rd. Willow Grove
General - Fay . . . good-natured prac-
tical joker . . . Hobby and Rifle Clubs
. . . never troubled by homework . . .
Naval Air Reserve . . . future plans
New Towers, Doors Make AHS
RUTH LYDIA FELDWIESER
121 West Ave. Elkins Park
Business Education - Ruthie . . . shy,
L. BERYL FEISE
906 Beckley Ave. Hollywood
General - Beryl . . . cute little blonde
. . . peppy cheerleader . . . Yearbook
staff . . . Gala Night kick chorus . . .
sophomore homeroom vice-president
' . . . president of junior homeroom . . .
ambition, airline hostess.
up committee for Gala Night . . .
Sports Club for three years . . , senior
play committee . . . interested in all
sports . . . future secretary.
WALTER PAUL FITZGERALD
2957 Meyers Ave. Ardsley
Vocational - Fitz . . . oh, how he
loves to cheat the barber . . . All-
Suburban soccer selectee . . . Sports
and Gymnastic Clubs . . . does lots
of skating . . . ambition is to have
his own concessions.
MARGARET D. FORST
106 Roseland Ave. Fox Chase Manor
College Preparatory - Peg . . . very
genial and friendly . . . debator in
the Forum Group . . . plays the alto
horn in school band and orchestra . . .
nurses' training next year.
include service in the Armed Forces.
attractive. . .varsity softball . . . make-
GWEN MARILYN FORSYTH
2066 Susquehanna Rd. Abington
College Preparatory - A swell girl . . .
Student Council . . . Eliabethans in
sophomore year . . . dancer for Latin
Club entertainment . . . Gala Night
Knitting and Dancing Clubs next,
college for physical therapy.
JOHN R. FREED
313 N. Easton Rd. Glenside
General - Johnny . . . varsity baseball
. . . always has a friendly "hi" and a
smile . . . wrestling . . . cross-country
. . . how the girls envy that wavy
hair . . . a great baseball fan . . . hopes
to become a plumber.
JOHN BOONE FREEMAN JAMES FUNK
1531 Edge Hill Rd. Abington 512 Hillcrest Ave. Glenside
College Preparatory - Life of any College Preparatory -Jim . . . Hunt-
party . . . well-known for ready wit
. . . Student Council . . . Abingtonian
. . . pianist for Blue Notes . . . con.
suming interest-music . . . after grad-
ing and Fishing Club . . . interested
in science and automobiles . . . J.V.
baseball . . . Hobby Club. . likes
to swim . . . plans to go to college
if the Navy doesn't call him.
DOROTHY MARIE GARDNER ROBERT INGLAIS GAYLEY, JR.
511 Hillcrest Ave. Glenside 300 Jericho Rd. Abington
College Preparatory - Dot . . . pop- College Preparatory - Oh, that red I
ular blonde . . . secretary of A Cap- hair . . . swimming team for three :lf
pella Choir ..., G ala Night sextet . . . years . . . toots a mean sax in band 9
senior play . . . peppy drum major- and orchestra . . . Dean Gillingham
ette in sophomore year . . . varsity in senior play . . . budding scientist
tennis . . . assistant concert master . . . Lafayette College next.
of Germantown Youth Orchestra .
future music teacher.
ta Safer Place For Students
EARLE H. GEIGER
155 Roslyn Ave. Glenside
Vocational - Kingfish . . . what a
smile . . . football manager in soph-
omore year . . . taught wood shop in
night school . . . likes hunting and
fishing . . . next year plans to work
for Bell Telephone.
JEAN ELIZABETH GERNERT
318 Abington Ave. Glenside st
College Preparatory - Jean . . . friend-
ly and likable . . . varsity swimming
for three years and captain in sen-
. . . hockey . . . A Cappella
Choir . .
. . . senior play . . . Student
. . college next.
J. F. E. . . Gala Night . . .
ELIZABETH JANE GETTLER ELEANOR GLEASON
604 Pennsylvania AVC- Oreland 1171 Edge Hill Rd. Abington
Business Education - Betty . . . very College Preparatory - Sally Lou . . .
quiet . . . nice girl . . . Abingtonian full of fun . . . known for tap dancing
representative for two years . . . drives . . . student coach for senior play . . .
black Chevie . . . tries to make the Yearbook . . . Gala Night . . . popular
early bllS . - . SCCYCIHFY. then marriage with her classmates . . . Student Coun-
or religious work. cil in junior year . . . future kinder-
ROBERT ALAN GOLD VIRGINIA G. GRIFFIN
452 Tyson Ave. Glenside 2510 Radcliffe Ave. Roslyn
College Preparatory - Bob . . . keen Business Education - Ginny . . . al-
sense of humor . . . Abinglonian sports ways willing to help . . . good-natured
editor . . . Oracle . . . known for blonde . . . J. F. E. typist . . . Abing-
favorite expressions . . . good soccer tonian feature writer . . . Gala Night
player . . . Gala Night . . . Howie . . . member of rifle team . . . wants
in senior play . . . always on the run to be a secretary.
. . . next stop-Penn State.
EORGE ROBERT HENDERSON
17 Rubicam Ave. Crestmont
zsiness Education - Georgie . . .
ass-country captain . . . track . .
tble Tennis and Typing Clubs . . .
es football and baseball . . . well-
,nnered and popular . . . plans to
to business school.
ELEANOR A. GUTGESELL
214 Cadwalader Ave. Elkins Park
General - Googie . . . lots of fun . . .
girls envy her natural curly hair . . .
basketball . . . varsity softball . . .
vice-president of Sports Club . . . Gala
Night . . . Yearbook . . . senior play
committee . . . training to be a beau-
PHILIP SCHUYLER HARVEY, JR.
ll0 Wyndale Rd. Jenkintown
College Preparatory - Hocka Lock . . .
what a physique! . . . good looking
. . . varsity wrestling and football . . .
Student Council three years . . . in.
terested in weight lifting . . . frequent
visitor at Ocean City . . . on to Cornell
PAULETTE ANNA HENDERSON
126 Church Rd. Fox Chase
Business Education - Peppy and cute
. . . noted debater in P. O. D. . .typist
for Abingtonian and Yearbook . . .
Honor Roll in junior and senior years
. . . Gala Night make-up committee
. . future secretary.
Councilis' Freundsclmft Tanz
ORDON RICHARD HENDRICKS
2 Limekiln Pike North Hills
cational - Pat . . . curly hair . . .
la Night . . . always with Jack . . .
vels around east with midget auto
:er . . . plans to have his own
637 Hamel Ave. Ardsley
Business Education - Attractive and
efficient . . . varsity softball . . . Year-
book and Abingtonian typist . . . Knit-
ting Club . . . Gala Night Committee
. . . president of Typing Club . . .
likes ice skating . . . secretary bound.
JOHN HAROLD HOFFMAN, JR.
115 Wiselman Ave. Oreland
College Preparatory - John . . . good
looking . . . cross-country . . baseball
. . . wrestling . . . member of A Cap-
pella Choir for two years . . . baritone
in Varsity Quartet . . . plans to enter
college after graduation.
JOAN GRACE HOPPE
833 Tcnnis Ave. Ardsley
General - Joanie . . . quiet . . . fav-
orite studies, home economics and art
. . . Typing Club . . . likes to cheer
at football games and go to dances . . .
oh, those big brown eyes . . . business
JOHN LAWRENCE HARRIS
606 Orlando Ave. Oreland
General - Courteous and easy to get
along with . . . Gala Night . . . Boys'
Chorus . . . two years J. V. soccer . . .
baseball manager in sophomore year
. . . plans to enter college or join
SARA JANE HAY
642 Roslyn Ave. Glenside
General - Jane . . . cheerleader . . .
kick chorus in Gala Night . . .secre-
tary of sophomore homeroom . . .
swimming . . . Knitting Club . . .Jun-
ior Prom refreshments committee . . .
outside interest-Red Featherette . .
NANCY R. HOOD
1505 Easton Rd. Roslyn
General - Nance . . . friendly, depend-
able . . . J.F.E. . . Yearbook . . . Honor
Roll . . . Abingtonian . . . senior play
coach . . . forever trying hair styles
. . . C.S.P.A. . . scenery for Gala
Night . . . Junior and Senior Prom
committees . . . Philadelphia Museum
School of Arts next.
GEORGE LEONARD HUNTZINGER
18 Kirkwood Ave. For Chase Manor
General - Len . . . blond Atlas . . .
good-looking . . . varsity football and
swimming . . . outstanding cinderman
. . . fond of hunting and fishing . . .
spends vacation at parents' shore home
. . . future plans undecided.
HAROLD NEVIN HURLEY
325 Edge Hill Rd. North Hills
General - Nevin . . . a quiet blond
. . deep bass in A Cappella Choir
ind Boys' Chorus . . . District Chorus
. . Gala Night . . . likes mechanical
lrawing . . . interested in USMCR
?ighter Squadron 451 . . . a future
JOHN A. ISLIN
116 North Highland Ave. Abington
Zollege Preparatory - Jack . . . trans-
erred from Glenridge High School in
unior year . . . always has an answer
. . party fiend . . . Abingtonian . . .
enior play house manager . . . Drama-
ic Club . . . plans a military career.
JANET RUTH JONES
518 Ferndale Ave. Willow Grove
allege Preparatory - Jan . . . quiet
. . worked in library in sophomore
id junior years . . . first soprano in
irls' Chorus . . . intramural basket.
all . . . Typing and Tennis Clubs . . .
rves to roller skate and ice skate . . .
THOMAS G. KENNEDY
' Edge Hill Rd. Abington
ene-ral - T. K. . . shy with opposite
x . . . varsity track and rifle teams
. . one of the three blind mice on
Fle team . . . enjoys hunting and
thing . . . NROTC or Navy next year.
EVELYN LOUISE HUTH
2113 Rubicam Ave. Willow Grove
College Preparatory - Evie . . . J.F.E.
. . . Yearbook . . . Oracle . . . the cute
red-headed librarian . . . intramural
basketball . . . Girls' Chorus . . . junior
homeroom treasurer . . . likes to col-
lect horse and dog figurines . . . future
JOHN C. ISRAEL
1238 Jericho Rd. Abington
General - Johnny . . . talkative . . .
uninterested in heavy homework
assignments . . . one of three blind
mice on the rifle team . . . color guard
two years . . . rifle team two years . . .
future plans indefinite.
JOAN CRANAGE IVINS
1225 Rosemont Lane Abington
College Preparatory - Joanie . . . tiny
redhead with personality plus . . . Stu-
dent Council three years . . . kick
chorus in Gala Night . . . cheerleader
. . . Student Council Service Award . . .
Yearbook . . . Junior Prom committee
. . . next stop, University Hospital for
1922 Moreland Rd. Willow Grove
General - Jake . . . Gala Night . . .
secretary of sophomore homeroom . . .
senior play ticket committee . . . Year-
book . . . often seen in that little
green Chevie . . . hopes to attend
Earns Money for Affiliation
PATRICIA LOU JENKS
2041 Parkview Ave. Willow Grove
130 Linden Ave. North Hills
Vocational - Benny . . . good-natured
. . . halfback on football team . . .
track team . . . quiet fellow . . . main
interest-sports . . . "hello" for every-
one . . . plans to go into Army or
College Preparatory - Patty . . . very
busy little girl . . . A Cappella Choir
. . . Sextet . . . senior play coach . . .
Yearbook . . . Oracle . . . Gala Night
. . . Tap Club secretary . . . homeroom
discussion' committee . . . future kin-
THELMA ADEL KALEN
324 Twining Rd. Oreland
General - Hapgy . . . varsity swimmer
. . . Oracle and earbook art staffs . . .
can be seen hurrying around doing
various art jobs . . . future commercial
advertiser . . . plans to attend Phila-
delphia Museum School of Arts.
NANCY JANE KERR
5 North Highland Ave. Abington
College. Preparatory - Nance . . . at-
tractive inclividualist . . . appreciates
good music . . . Abingtonian . . . Or-
acle . . . Debate and Forum . . . library
assistant . . . Sylvia in senior play
. . . future Broadway Star . . . Hiram 1
College next year. J
tap dancer in Community Night . . .
JAMES WVALTER KESLER
26 Edge Hill Rd. North Hills
Tollege Preparatory - jim . . . nice
erson- to know . . . interested in
iusic . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Boys'
Zhorus . . . plays organ . . . co-editor
f Yearbook . . . Bill in senior play . . .
lbingtonian . . . P. S. P. A. conference
. . District Chorus . . . college then
EDWARD R. KITSON
117 East Oakdale Ave. Glenside
Iollege Preparatory -- Ted . . . also
,nown as "Speedy" . . . track team
. . wrestling . . . Oh, those muscles!
. . a shining star in the Cheltenham
game . . . will enlist after graduation
f war continues . . . if not-college.
BARBARA JEAN LEHR
349 Keswick Ave. Glenside
Business Education -Barb . . . J.V.
swimmer . . . Yearbook typist . . .
:heerleading . . . usher for senior play
. . Gala Night committee . . . likes
io knit . . . main interest, Harry . . .
PAUL GUY LIGHTON
5107 Wharton Rd. Glenside
College. Preparatory - Abie . . . good-
ooking, but girl shy . . . goalie in
rarsity soccer . . . track team . . . can
Jarle Francais . . . French Club dance
:ommittee . . . Bobo in senior play . . .
nathematics genius . . . plans to enter
SUZANNE LOUISE KIEL
904 Gibson Ave. Hollywood
College Preparatory - Sue . . . tall,
attractive brunette . . . personality
plus . . . A Cappella Choir , . . Musi-
tones . . . Internos . . . Gala Night . . .
Abby in senior play . . . Student Coun-
cil , . . definite scatter brain . . . future
plans include Penn State.
KARL FREDRICK KNAUER
2076 Parkview Ave. Overlook Hills
College Preparatory - Karl . . . girl-
shy . . . swell person . . . won recog-
nition as poet in Oracle . . . horse
enthusiast . . . Chess Club . . . favorite
subjects-math and chemistry . . . fu-
LEONARD F. LAURO
2723 Jenkintown Rd. Ardsley
Business Education - Len . . . sky-
scraper . . . intramural basketball . . .
Sports and Roller Skating Clubs . .
wrestling . . . noted for his Fords . . .
dark, expressive eyes . . . main in-
terests-hunting and fishing . . . future
LEONARD BERNARD KRAMER
219 Rena St. Fox Chase
General - Len . . . wrestling enthus-
iast . . . interested in hotrodding and
' racing . . . often seen with Ike and
Fay . . . German linguist . . . spent
month visiting in Germany in the fall
of '50 . . . a future carpenter.
Lindfors, Fitzgerald, Bean, Uswald
LORRAINE C. LEHMAN
138 Central Ave. North Hills
General - Oh, those big dark eyes . . .
varsity hockey . . . basketball . . . Ten-
nis Club . . . Gala Nignt . . . refresh-
ment committee for junior Prom . . .
Student Council in sophomore year . . .
MARVIN ALLEN LEEDOM
2038 Chester Ave. Willow Grove
College Preparatory - Marv . . . quiet
and serious . . . capable manager of
wrestling team . . . sophomore talent
show . . . Latin, Auto, and Photog-
raphy Clubs . . . does his own photog-
raphy work . . . future includes draft-
ing and designing.
MARY ANNE LEONARD
2070 Parkview Ave Willow Grove
College Preparatory - Nancy . . . sen-
ior play . . . Gala Night . . . Abing-
tonian . . . Yearbook . . . A Cappella
Choir . . . went to World Affairs
Council in Philadelphia . . . enjoyed
trip to the United Nations . . . always
rushing around . . . on to college.
RICHARD STUART LINDFORS
1067 Tyson Ave. Roslyn
College Preparatory - Linde-babe . . .
varsity tennis . . . All-Suburban and
All-Scholastic soccer teams . . . Student
Council . . . math team . . . junior
Prom committee . . . tall, blue-eyed
blond . . . narrator in Christmas pro-
gram . popular guy . . . next, Penn
State for petroleum engineering.
ture engineer . . . college next. ,
ELIZABETH TEREASA LYFORD
902 Greenwood Ave. Jenkintown
General - Beth . . . hails from Morris-
town, New Jersey . . . quiet . . . good
little helper . . . Glee Club . . . J. F. E.
Abingtonian, and Yearbook typist . . .
full of fun . . . future plans-working
in an office.
1444 St. Charles Place Roslyn
College Preparatory - Ray . . . famous
for that truck . . . varsity football . . .
Student Council . . . math team . . .
Yearbook . . . Gala Night . . . baseball
. . . hit in senior play . . . Chess and
Rifle Clubs . . . French Club . . .
college next-Lehigh maybe.
PATRICIA ANN LU BY
1029 Arbuta Rd. Abington
College Preparatory - Pat . . . publi-
city committee for senior play . . . Gala
Night committee . . . Sport, Tennis,
and Rifle Clubs . . . intramural basket-
ball and hockey . . . happy.go-lucky
. . . likes a good time . . . future
JOHN A. MACGREGOR, JR.
2166 Woodlawn Ave. Glenside
College Preparatory - Mac . . . pop-
ular fellow . . . Oraclet . . . senior play
committee . . . wrestling team for two
years . . . tennis . . . golf . . . serves
on many dance committees . . . plans
to attend Philadelphia Textile School.
Picked For 624lll',Soccer Squads
350 Penn Ave. North Hills
General - Mickey . . . adorable dim-
ples . . . band three years . . . Honor
Roll . . . secretary of sophomore home-
room . . . Gala Night committee . . .
Yearbook . . . chaperon chairman for
Latin Club dance . . . J. F. E. typist
. . . Knitting Club . . future woman
JOAN ALTHEIA MANDLER
2444 Independence Ave. Roslyn
College Preparatory - J. F. E. co-editor
. . . pretty singer in A Capella Choir
. . . Yearbook . . . Abingtonian . . .
Music Festival . . . make-up committee
for Gala Night . . . future student
nurse at Abington Hospital . . . ambi-
tion-airline hostess or nurse.
RICHARD W. MARTINDALE
511 Bellaire Ave. Ambler
General - Bugs . . . Agricultural and
Blueprint Clubs . . . hampster hobby-
ist . .. . enjoys skating and baseball . . .
plans to find work and attend night
JOSEPH PATRICK MAYE
1504 Grovania Ave. Willow Grove
Vocational - Joe . . . oh, that red hair
. . . has a nice word for everybody . . .
Vocational Dance chairman . . . Honor
Roll, sophomore year . . . Sports Club
. . . Auto Club . . . wants to join the
Marines next year.
DAVID LOVETT, JR.
1162 Mildred Ave. Roslyr
College Preparatory - Duo . . . vice-
president in sophomore homeroom . .
Agriculture and Automobile Clubs . .
favorite expression-"Excellent." . . ,
main interest-automobiles . . . always
doing his trig . . . next year, work or
ALFRED R. LUFF
2118 Maplewood Ave. Willow Grove
College Preparatory - Luffy . . . var-
sity indoor and outdoor track star
Gymnastic and Track Clubs . . . soccer
in sophomore year . . . girl shy . . .
clever sense of humor . . . plans to
attend Penn State at Ogontz.
ALBERT HENRY MAUTHE, JR.
2904 Mt. Carmel Ave. North Hills
College Preparatory - Al , . . Shorty
. . . chairman of "Dog House" . . .
Oracle . . . Yearbook-. . . represented
A. H. S. at the World Affairs Council
. . . spoke on W4 1. B. G. . . active in
Dramatic Club . . . future teacher . . .
ELIZABETH JOAN MCCANDLESS
2434 Rosemore Ave. Glenside
Business Education - Candy . . . pep-
py brunette . . . varsity softball . . .
Gala Night . . . senior play committee
. . . Sports Club . . . Abingtonian
distributor . . . great Phillies fan . . .
plans to attend night school at Tem.
VIRGIN IA RUTH MCCLAY
1356 Easton Rd. Roslyn
General - Ginny . . . petite brunette
. . . lively cheerleader . . . kick chorus
in Gala Night . . . senior play com-
mittee . . . Senior Prom . . . main
interest Bill . . . may leave for Seattle
soon after graduation.
GERALDINE K. MCGEADY
Bernard Ave. Willow Grove
Business Education -- Gerry . . . soft-
ball . . . typist for Yearbook . . .
Skating Club . . . baby-sitting as a
side line . . . loyal Phillies fan . . . next
DONALD CHARLES MCGEADY
Bernard Ave. Willow Grove
Business Education - Don . . . guard
on football team . . . has an answer
for everything . . . always courteous
. . . intramural basketball . . . sports
enthusiast . . . wrestling . . . likes to
fool around cars . . . Sports and Skat-
ing Clubs . . . work next.
CHRISTINE K. MCKINNEY
527 Easton Rd. Glenside
College Preparatory - Chris . . .
played baritone saxin band . . . senior
play . . . Gala Night . . . Photography,
Dramatic, and Latin Clubs . . . Year.
book . . . cook in "Dog House" . . .
homeroom chaplain in senior year . . .
will enter nurses' training at Abington.
.OBERTA HARRIET MITCHELL ELWOOD RICHARD MOBLEY
59 Ferndale Ave. Willow Grove North Hills Ave. Willow Grove
vllege Preparatory - Bert... Tennis General - Mo . . . quiet but deter-
d Sports Clubs . . . Abingtonian minded . . . varsity and J.V. baseball
imeroom representative. . .secretary . . . supports Baseball and Sports
junior homeroom . . . vice-president Clubs . . . works in local bakery . . .
Tap Club in junior year . . . busi- hopes to be a bookkeeper
ss or modeling school next.
Gridders Topple Chelts, 7-6
JOAN ELAINE MOBLEY
E4 Edge Hill Rd. Glenside
eneral - Moby . . . a sunny disposi-
on . . . secretary of sophomore home-
nom . . . enthusiastic about table
'nnis . . . Printing Club secretary . . .
iture plans include office work, then
JAMES PHILIP MONTAGUE
Fair Acres Rd. Rydal
College Preparatory - Jim . . . popular
fellow . . . friendly . . . vice-president
of junior class . . . president of home-
room in sophomore, junior, and senior
years . . . student band leader in pep
rallies . . . J. F. E .... interested in
sailing . . . Michigan or Bucknell next.
JOHN ARTHUR MOORE
2049 Mt. Carmel Ave. Glenside
College Preparatory - Morry . . .
sharpshooter on basketball team . . .
Oracle . . . varsity baseball . . . helped
with French Club dances . . . Student
Council in junior year . . . Boys'
Sports Club . . . always with Mac . . .
plans to teach after college.
WILLIAM M. MOSLER
392 Keswick Ave. Glenside
General - Bill . . . quiet and good-
natured . . . Sports and Agriculture
Clubs . . . interested in baseball . . .
N will probably enlist in the Navy.
237 Maple Ave. North Hills
College Preparatory - Bert . . . has
one of those popular motor bikes . . .
Student Council in sophomore year . . .
swimming . . . rifle team . . . outside
interests are taxidermy and radios . . .
426 Tyson Ave. Glenside
General - Barb...fun-loving, attrac-
tive . . . Gala Night . . . Yearbook . . .
idolizes the Athletics . . . Tap, Knit-
ting, and Dancing Clubs . . . roller
skating enthusiast . . . after gradua-
tion plans might include Bell Tele-
phone or serving her country.
GENEVIEVE ETHEL MUNDY
35 N. Easton Rd. Glenside
ieneral - Gene . . . curly black hair
. . very quiet . . . Sketch Club . . .
onsuming interest is art . . . collects
ictures of different countries . . . on
J college to study art.
340 Edge Hill Rd. Abington
allege Preparatory - Janie...every-
ody's friend . . . accompanist for
Cappella Choir . . . Abinglonian . . .
lracle . . . Yearbook . . . chaimian of
atin Club dance . . . ranked first
i class as junior . . . secretary of
omeroom in senior year . . . always
usy . . . Penn State next.
5 Tulpehocken Ave. Elkins Park
mines.: Education - Short cutie . . .
F. E. and Yearbook typist . . . Knit-
ng and Abingtonian Clubs . . . Abing-
zian distribution Honor Roll...
e of Mr. Krueger's best . . . post
gh school plans-secretarial work
d living in Ohio.
ABBIE MARLENE PEOPLES
' Cricket Ave. North Hills
siness Education - "Reds" . . . fun-
ing redhead . . . count those freck-
. . . varsity softball catcher . . .
la Night . . . Tap Club and Chorus
. senior play committee . . . Year-
rk typist . . . Knitting Club . . .
Cappella Choir in sophomore year
. future ctonmrrnnhnr
55.1 Abington Ave. Glenside
General - Bebe . . . very dependable
. . . likes to drive . . . Student Council
in sophomore year . . . cheerleading
. . . tennis . . . enjoys hockey . . .
J. F. E. typist . . . Dramatic Club . . .
business school or work next.
BARBARA ANN NELSON
2322 Kenderton Ave. Roslyn
General - Bobby . . . peppy cheer-
leader . . . treasurer of senior home-
room . . . honor student . . . Yearbook
. . . president of Knitting Club . . .
often taken for Joyce . . . Gala Night
. . . plans to attend comptometer
JOYCE AUDREY NELSON
2322 Kenderton Ave. Roslyn
General - Jo . . . peppy cheerleader
. . . Internos . . . vice-president of
Knitting Club . . . Girls' Glee Club . .
Abingtonian representative in junior
year . . . comptometer school next . . .
LOIS JEAN OLIVER
2033 Maplewood Ave. Willow Grove
Business Education - Loey . . . softball
enthusiast . . . plays right field for
varsity . . . senior play committee . . .
Camp Craft and Agriculture Clubs . . .
outdoor girl . . . likes camping and
hiking . . . future secretary.
JOAN ADELE PEARCE
1078 Edge Hill Rd. Roslyn
College Preparatory - Joanie . . . pret-
ty and popular miss . . . Student
Council . . . secretary of junior class
. . . Oracle . . . Yearbook . . . Gala
Night . . . Community Night . . .
known for her graceful dancing . . .
Internos . . . Modern Dance Club . . .
William and Mary.
FAYE WALKER PEOPLES
237 Cricket Ave. North Hills
Vocational - Faye . . . quiet . . . ex-
cellent driver . . . 3 years swimming
. . . outside interests-fishing, boating,
and model plane building . . . hopes
to obtain job as a machinist.
WILLIAM JAMES NICE
l 15 Wheatsheaf Lane Abington
College Preparatory - Crook . . . tall,
slim, likable redhead . . . varsity bas-
ketball and tennis. . . J. V. football
. . . Yearbook . . . Abingtonian . . .
J. F. E. . . senior play professor . . .
future plans include college, if not
called into the Army.
But Harriers Lead Fall Teams
WALTER E. OSWALD, JR.
301 Horace Ave. Abington
College Preparatory - Ozzie . . . pop.
ular student . . . good looking . . .
vice-president of Student Council -. . .
varsity soccer, baseball, and basketball
. . . played on All-Suburban soccer
team . . . college next.
DAVID DIRRIM PEPPER
2170 Pleasant Ave. Glenside
College Preparatory - Pep . . . friendly
and sincere . . . that motor bike . . .
one of Snodgrass's wrestlers, and a
good one . . . trumpeter in band four
years . . . Penn State, here he comes.
BETTY ANN PETERS
2159 Pleasant Ave. Glenside
General - Bet . . . ambitious and
friendly . . . band member for three
years . . . orchestra . . . Elizabethans
in sophomore year . . . ticket com-
mittee for senior play . . . Honor Roll
. . . talented in sewing . . . Abington
Nursing School next.
ROSE MARIE PERRY
2318 Tague Ave. Glenside
Business Education -- Dependable typ.
ist for Abingtonian and Yearbook . . .
shining black hair . . . Sports and
Printing Clubs . . . ardent table tennis
player . . . future plans feature secre-
1742 Arnold Ave. Willow Grove
General - Maggie . . . quiet . . . table
tennis fan . . . loves to click those
knitting needles . . . seen haunting
the mail box . . . post high school
plans-work until marriage.
LILLIAN GERTRUDE POLLARD
1538 Fairview Ave. Willow Grove
General - Lill . . . cheery disposition
. . . Tennis Club . . . Girls' Chorus
. . . enjoys tap dancing . . . spends
much of her spare time knitting . . .
will enroll in the medical secretary
course at Taylor Business School.
JOAN Lois QUINN
1847 Fitzwatertown Rd. Willow Grove
Business Education - Abingtonian and
Yearbook typist . member of Sports
and Printing Clubs . . . Gala Night
make-up committee . . . intramural
basketball . . . likes bowling . . . future
VICTORIA P. E. PILEGGI
2280 Jenkintown Rd. Glenside
Business Education - Vicky . . . quiet
brunette . . . out for cheerleading . . .
Knitting Club . . . Printing Club . . .
likes sports and dancing . . . will make
someone a good secretary.
RALPH PETER PILLISCHER
County Line Rd. Somerton
College Preparatory - Student Council
and j. V. basketball in sophomore
year . . . candidate for wrestling . . .
tall, likable blond . . . favors profes-
sional baseball . . . fun-loving . . . next
year-engineering at Georgia Tech.
Senior Thespiams Go Collegiate
433 Edge Hill Rd. Ardsley
College Preparatory - Pat . . . senior
play coach . . . band has kept her
busy for three years . . . orchestra . . .
driving her father's Buick is her pet
pastime . . . college, here she comes.
LUDWIG AUGUST PROBST, III
313 Jericho Rd. Abington
College Preparatory - Von Lude . . .
detention darling . . . happy-go-lucky
fellow . . . Abingtonian . . . halfback
on football team . . . senior play . . .
J. F. E .... Student Council . . . Gala
Night . . . Yearbook write-ups . . .
wresting . . . Dartmouth bound.
DOROTHY V. RAPP
2520 Rosemore Ave. Glenside
College Preparatory - Dot . . . hust-
ling athlete . . . interested in Phillies
. . . varsity hockey, basketball, softball
. . . A.P.S.L. Award when sophomore
...Sports and Tap Clubs ...Yearbook
. . . plans to enter University of Penn-
sylvania nursing school.
HERMAN N. PLENZICK
427 Tennis Ave. North Hills
General - Herm . . . popular guy . . .
never uses the same car twice . . . loves
loud shirts . . . likes to eat . . . Gala
Night . . . wrestling . . . plans to work
for father in used-car business.
JANE THERESA REDMILE
Easton and Mill Rds. Willow Grove
College Preparatory - Quiet little miss
. . . tap dancer for Community Night
. . . Tap, Tennis, and Ballet Clubs . . .
Gala Night committee . . . one of
those women drivers . . . well-liked
. . . always seen with Marilyn . . . West
Chester State Teachers' College.
JOAN MARIE REDSTREAKE
1095 Tyson Ave. Roslyn
Business Education - Reds , . . typist
for J. F. E., Abingtonian, Oracle, and
Yearbook . . . fun-loving and peppy
. . , make-up committee for Gala Night
. . . Typing Club . . . enjoys softball
. , . writes clever poetry . . . interested
in modeling . . . future secretary.
208 Roslyn Ave. Glenside
General - Judy . . . pleasant and fun-
loving . . . swimming team two years
. . . Sketch Club . . . Dancing Club . . .
interested in art . . . always depend-
able . . . plans for the future uncer-
239 Ruscombe Ave North Hills
General - Lil . . . beautiful eyes and
a sweet smile . , . co-editor of Yearbook
. . . very cooperative . . Student
Council three years . . , Internos . . .
Honor Roll . . . senior play . . .
P. S. P. A. . . C. S. P. Az. :Oracle
. . . Gala Night . . . sophomore home-
room president . . , someone's secretary
JOAN MARIE REITER
1 Tyson Ave. Glenside
tsiness Education - Joanie . . . var-
y swimming . . . P.I.A.A. Meet at
-nn for three years . . . Yearbook
pist . . . Gala Night Committee , . .
ry talented in craft work, especially
velry . . . secretary in the future.
ELLI MARIA RICKERT
D Edge Hill Rd. Glenside
neral - Ricky . . . attractive and
endly . , . Yearbook, Abingtonian,
tl Oracle art staffs . . . swimming . . .
, major . . , senior play . . . future
hion illustrator . . . plans to attend
iladelphia Museum School of Arts.
MILDRED B. RENNER
456 Tyson Ave. Glenside
College Preparatory - Chief interests-
sports and current events . . , enjoys
student forums . . . hockey and varsity
basketball . . . Abingtonian , . . Year-
book . . Sports and Glee Clubs . . .
Temple Mock United Nations . .
az Fresh man M
DONALD FREDRICK RIECO
1730 Park Ave. Willow Grove
College Preparatory - The "Geek" . . ,
J. V. soccer . . . tennis squad . , . a
ready grin for all . . . Abingtonian
representative . . . works in brother's
dry cleaning establishment , . . skooter
hot-rod . . Rifle Club . . Penn
BETTE ELAINE RILEY
2822 Mt. Carmel Ave. North Hills
General - Bet , . . those clever car-
toons . . . J F. E, Abingtonian, Oracle,
Yearbook . . . Gala Night for three
years , . . senior play committee . . .
Debate and Forum . . . drew on T. V.
, . . work-then Penn State or West
PATRICIA ANN ROTH
1023 Edge Hill Rd. Roslyn
College Preparatory - Pat . . . with
Ruth remembered for "Dry Bones"
. , . Gala Night . . . Tap Dancing Club
. . . Abingtonian . . , crazy about
horses . , . future surgeon.
NANCY SUE RITTENHOUSE
305 W. Horace Ave. Abington
Business Education - Susie . . . cute
blonde , . . Oh! those eyes . . . Ginny's
pal . . . typist for J.F.E., Yearbook
and Abingtonian . . . Rifle team , . .
sells candy at Woolworth's . . . inter-
ested in dancing , . . future plans-
RUSSELL V. SANDBERG, JR.
322 Roberts Ave. Glenside
College Preparatory - Russ . , . cute,
shy . . . plays a hot trumpet . , . school
band and orchestra . . , local dance
band . . . Bill in senior play . . . Gala
Night . , . Brass Choir . . . always
pleasant . . . college next.
7313 Oakdale Ave. Glenside
Zeneral - Larry . . . blushing blonde
. . varsity hockey, basketball, and
ennis . . . Student Council in soph-
nmore year . . . Abington Footlighters
. . Helen in senior play . . . Tennis
Ilub . . . future-college.
HELEN G. SCHOELLHAMMER
forrest Ave. Rydal
Iollege Preparatory - Abingtonian
listribution . . . Sewing Club . . . affil-
ation program . . . German Club . .
nterested in swimming, roller skating,
lancing and dogs . . . will work for
Bell Telephone Company.
99 66Czwpzid's Frolicfiamd
JEANNE E, SARGENT
332 Roslyn Ave. Glenside
General - Jeannie . . . clever feature
writer for Abingtonian . . , Oracle . . .
Yearbook . . . Gala Night . . . senior
play coach . . . dancer in Music Festi.
val . . . C. S. I'. A. convention . . .
dependable . . . loves horseback riding
. . . hails from Massachusetts . . . am-
MARIE ANNA SCHENK
229 Rena St. Fox Chase
Business Education - Schenky . . .
unusual gold earrings . . . Table Ten-
nis Club treasurer . . . Roller Skating
Club . . . Yearbook typist . . . swim-
ming and intramural basketball . . .
Glee Club . . . likes dancing . . . wants
to be a receptionist.
CARL W. SCHMIDT, JR.
Washington Lane Ambler RD. I
College Preparatory - Schmidty . . .
talkative . . . Student Council . . .
soccer manager . . . vice-president Ten-
nis Club . . . Gala Night . . . Hunting
and Fishing Club . . . interested in
Chevies . . . plans to enter Georgia
396 Keswick Ave. Glenside
College Preparatory - Judy . . . cute
personality kid . . . varsity hockey . . .
tennis squad . . . Assembly Committee
two years . . . Gala Night . . . Yearbook
. . . president of junior and sophomore
homerooms . . . Glee Club . . . dancer
in Music Festival . . . future-college.
RICHARD H. SHETLER
107 Holmcrest Rd. Jenkintown
College Preparatory - Dick . . . band
and orchestra for three years . . . J. V.
baseball . . . Brass Choir two years . . .
Student Council in sophomore year
. . . interested in that little green
Ford . . . plans to attcnd Gettysburg
I8ll Allen Lane Willow Grove
College Preparatory - Phyl . . . tal-
ented seamstress . . . likes to ride the
brine . . . Debate and Forum Club . . .
World Affairs Council . . . Bux-mont
Forum League . . . Gala Night . . .
swimming team . . . will go to college-
then teach first grade.
Hilltop and Arden Rds. Baederwood
General - Beautiful black hair . . .
Sports and Tap Clubs . . . president
of Tennis Club in sophomore year . . .
intramural hockey . . . treasurer of
homeroom . . . makes the Honor Roll
. . . will enter William and Mary.
FLORENCE ELI ZA BETH SCHICK
2407 Patane Ave. Willow Grove
General - Sweetie . . . good-natured
. . . affiliation program . . . business
staff of Abingtonian . . . Sewing Club
president in junior year . . . main
interest-Tommy . . . likes to take
trips around Pennsylvania . . . will
continue to work in a gift shop.
Welsh Rd. Huntingdon Valley
College Preparatory - Pat . . . rare
combination of good looks and intelli-
gence . . . Oracle editor . . . Yearbook
. . . Abingtonian . . . C.S.P.A: con-
ference . . . senior play student coach
. . . Latin Club dance publicity chair.
man . . . Fellowship House . . . forums
. . . campus cutie next.
FRANK D. SMITH
2228 Wharton Rd. Glenside
College. Preparatory - Frankie . . . shy,
but cute . . . loves sports . . . wrestling
. . . baseball . . . Abingtonian repre-
sentative in senior year . . . president
of Agriculture Club in junior year . . .
Gymnastic Club . . . on to college.
RICHARD BYRON SMITH
356 Central Ave. North Hills
College Preparatory - "By" . . .
friendly . . . 1935 Ford . . . two-year
president of Radio and Code Club . . .
Oracle . . . professor in senior play . . .
J. V. basketball . . . Amateur Radio
Station W SOSE . . . enjoys sports and
engineering . . . future electrical en-
TERRY VAUGHAN SPRENKEL
l69 Keswick Ave. Glenside
Sollege Preparatory - "Sprenk" . . .
always plenty of wise cracks . . . cross-
ountry runner . . . track for three
'ears . . . Abingtonian sports writer
. . J. l".E .... vicepresident of
ophomore homeroom . . . State
Veachers College and history teacher
DORIS CATHERINE STRAIGHT
14 Tyson Ave. Glenside
isiness Education - Doris . . . quiet
. such big blue eyes . . . Abing-
nian typist . . . Printing and Typing
ubs . . . swimming in sophomore
ar . . . future plans-a good secretary
WILLIAM R. SUTCH II
S Baeder Rd. Jenkintown
Ilege Preparatory - Cas . . . varsity
vtball end . . . J. F. E .... treasurer
Student Council . . . gets a big
k out of life . . . senior play . . .
zrbook . . . one of the boys . . .
cknell or West Point next.
1267 Rosemont Lane Abington
College Preparatory - Dick . . . golf
and basketball teams . . . Boys' Chor-
us . . . soccer in sophomore year . . .
senior homeroom president ., . . Agri-
culture, Sport, and Rifle Clubs
likes all sports especially golf . . .
plans to enter college.
ELIZABETH C. STADELMEIER
2039 Roy Ave. Willow Grove
General - Betty . . . Gala Night and
Junior Prom scenery . . . Sketch Club
. . . Oracle and Yearbook art staffs . . .
French Club . . . French Club dance
publicity committee . . . next, fashion
illustration course at Philadelphia
Museum School of Arts.
JOAN ELEANOR SUPLEE
503 Hamel Ave. North Hills
Business Education - Dependable . . .
friendly . . . junior softball manager
. . . Gala Night committee . . . always
typing . . . writing for Abingtonian
. . . Honor Roll . . . will make someone
a fine secretary.
RUTH ANNE SUTTON
1073 South Highland Ave. Abington
College Preparatory - Known for in-
terest in dramatics . . . lovely contralto
voice . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Oracle
. . . Yearbook . . . Abingtonian . . .
C.S.P.A. Conference . . . Sylvia in sen-
ior play . . . will study dramatics at
MARJORIE MAY STANERT NANCY ELLEN STANERT
ll6 Cedar Rd. Fox Chase Manor 116 Cedar Rd. Fox Chase Manor
Business Education - Margie . . . General- Nance cute and always
friendly, ready smile . . . energy plus on the go . . . Internos Gala Night
. . . cheerleader . . . capable assistant . . . scenery and other art work
in library . . . homeroom president other half of the twins homeroom
as a junior . . . homeroom secretary vice-president senior year cheer
as a senior . . . business school next. leading . . . on to Moore Institute
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EMILY JANE STOERRLE ELIZABETH A STOUT
2647 Hazel Ave. North Hills 1204 Mildred Ave Roslyn
Business Education - "Em" . . . Ohl Business Education Betty coop
that waistline . . . has seen report card erative and dependable F E
A's more than once . . . Knitting, Abinglonian, Yearbook typlst sot
Printing and Typing Clubs . . . swam ball manager . . . Student Council in
in sophomore year . . . secretary, then sophomore year . . secretary of junior
marriage. homeroom . . . work as secretary
then Bible School
JOSEPH JAMES TANGYE
76 Independence Ave. Roslyn
icational - Joe . . . outstanding
int shop worker . . . handled all
inting for "Winter Capers" . . . able
see a task through successfully . . .
JUDITH ANN TEWKSBURY
nkintown Gardens 0-1 Jenkintown
rneral - Judy . . . quiet but very
:e to know . . . came to us in her
iior year from Brookline, Mass-
husetts . . . interested in creative
-iting . . . enjoys hockey and softball
, . future nurse.
JAMES LOMAS TONGE, JR.
70 Keswick Ave. Glenside
General - Jim . . . new A. H. S. stu-
enl from Springfield Township, Del-
ware County . . . oh, that Harvard
,rawl . . . basketball and baseball . . .
'oung Peoples' Fellowship . . . plans
o enter advertising school or Armed
43 Church Rd. Fox Chase
Eusiness Education -- Friendly . . . al-
vays smiling . . . Abingtonian and
Yearbook typist . . . Skating Club . . .
.oftball . . . Gala Night . . . vice-
:resident of Knitting Club . . . J. F. E
. . some lucky person's private secre-
FLORENCE RITA TERRENZIO
449 Elk St. Glenside
Business Education - Flossie . . . beau-
tiful wavy hair . . . quiet, but a swell
personality . . . loves dancing . . .
Honor Roll in senior year . . . Abing-
tonian, Yearbook, Oracle typist . . .
Sports and Printing Clubs . . . after
BEVERLY L. THIES
124 N. Easton Rd. Glenside
College Preparatory - Bev . . . hockey
manager for three years . . . Internos
. . . Dramatic Club secretary . . . Year.
bock . . . ghost at Coatsville game . . .
senior play committee . . . Spring
Festival . . . Gala Night . . . next-
ARTHUR EDWARD THOMAS
375 Cadwalader Ave. Elkins Park
Business Education - Artom . . . good-
natured . . . varsity baseball team . . .
intramural softball, football and bas-
ketball . . . referee of grade school
games . . . president of Sports Official
Club . . . future accountant.
JOHN S. THOMPSON, JR.
403 Edge Hill Rd. Ardsley
General - Jake . . . handsome and lik-
able . . . varsity cross-country team . .
band . . . baseball . . . one of our
wrestling stars . . . ambition-major
league baseball career.
Students Head for Altlvzletie Fields
LUCY PARKES THOMPSON
Huntingdon Pike Huntingdon Valley
8: Susquehanna Rd.
College Preparatory - Lu . . . friendly
. . , Musitones . . . T. V. show . . .
varsity hockey and tennis . . . A Cap-
pella Choir . . . District Chorus . . .
Susan in senior play . . . Civic Attitude
Award in junior year . . . Gala Night
. . Wellesley next.
KAREN MARIE THYGESON
lll Seminole Ave. Fox Chase Manor
College Preparatory - Karen . . . cute
and friendly cheerleader . . . Yearbook
. . . Gala Night . . . Honor Roll . .
Junior Prom dance committee . . .
Latin holds no fears . . . likes horse-
back riding . . . Middlebury College
JOHN TURNBULL, III
340 Roberts Ave. Glenside
College Preparatory - Bullturns . . .
friendly' . . . good-looking . . . played
a hot trumpet for three years in band
and orchestra . . . one of Abington's
best mermen . . . million-dollar smile
. . . plans to enter Penn State.
2064 Wharton Rd. Glenside
Business Education - Nan . . . typist
for Abingtonian two years . . . J. F. E.
and Yearbook typist . . . softball . . .
just loves football games, dancing, and
movies . . . oh, those big. brown eyes
and long brown hair . . . plans to be
a private secretary or enter business
515 Hamel Ave. North Hills
College Preparatory - Bruce . . . pop-
ular and handsome . . . member of
baseball, football, wrestling teams . . .
treasurer of sophomore class . . . presi-
dent of senior homeroom . . . Rifle
Club . . . Sports Club . . . University
of Pennsylvania next.
223 Shelmire St. Fox Chase
General -- Mary . . . sophomore home-
room president . . . Gala Night com-
mittee . . . Yearbook typist . . . Sports
and Tennis Clubs . . . J. V. basketball
in sophomore year . . . Abingtonian
distributor . . . likes dancing and
driving . . . future secretary.
518 Garfield Ave. Ardsley
College Preparatory - Cluck . . . quiet,
well-liked . . . J. F. E .... two years
as Ganttman . . . Agriculture Club
. . . geometry is no problem . . . usual-
ly seen in gray Austin . . . aspires
to West Point.
RICHARD BERNHARDT WEBER
lll2 Bradfield Rd. Roslyn
Vocational - Dick . . . what a phys-
ique . . . All-Suburban football '48
and '49 . . . All-State honorable men-
tion '49 . . . Student Council repre-
sentative . . . varsity wrestling . . .
golf . . . wrestles for the Germantown
Y.M.C.A .... work lies ahead.
JSEPH FARRELL WEILER, JR.
L Crefeld St. Jenkintown
llege Preparatory - Joe . . . quiet
. came here this year from Belmont
bey in North Carolina . . . always
n with Jim . . . interested in base-
l and football . . . future doctor.
College. Preparatory - Pat . . . that
blonde hair . . . senior class treasurer
three years . . . Abingtonian . . . Year-
book . . . Oracle . . . band for three
years . . . Abigail in senior play . . .
softball team . . . Cornell University
PATRICIA LEE WELLS
Wheatsheaf Lane Abington
Honor Roll . . . basketball team
with First Sprung-Lilee Breezes
JOYCE WENTZ MARY JANET WEST
2 Avondale Ave. Roslyn 874 Douglass Ave. E. Elkins Park
neral - Joy . . . oh! that red hair Business Education - Mary . . . var-
. always pleasant . . . on the softball sity hockey in sophomore year . . .
m . . . Abingtonian, Yearbook, Ora- secretary of Needle work . . . a smile
, and J. F. E. typist . . . Table for everyone . . . always joking . . .
nnis and Typing Clubster . . . am- work, then maybe business school.
ion-to be a secretary.
ELLEN LOUISE WHITE
1555 Ferndale Ave. Willow Grove
Business Education - Louise . . . soft-
voiced blonde . . . friendly . . . enjoys
dancing . . . Abinglonian feature writ-
er . . . Abingtonian distribution . . .
Typing Service Club . . . future PBX
operator for Bell Telephone.
JEANETTE YVONNE WOLFGANG
1634 Rockwell Rd. Willow Grove
Business Education - Jeanne . . . came
to A. H. S. from Butler . . . likes our
football team . . . enjoys dancing,
reading, and skating . . . Dramatic
Club . . . will work as an office
BETTE LOU WILSON
Susquehanna Rd. Roslyn
General - Head cheerleader . . . Stu-
dent Council . . . Glee Club . . .
Yearbook . . . Typing Service Club . . .
secretary of senior class . . . committee
chairman of Junior Prom . . . home-
room president in junior year . . .
future secretary, then marriage.
THOMAS RODMAN WOOD
1040 Arbuta Rd. Abington
College Preparatory - Rod . . . quiet
Einstein . . . Abingtonian editor . . .
Yearbook . . . three-year varsity letter-
man on Tennis Team . . . steady mem-
ber of Honor Roll . . . "Gillie" in
senior play . . . Student Council . . .
P.S.P.A. and C.S.P.A. conferences . .
2160 Pleasant Ave., Clensicle
College Preparatory - XVhig
. . . sports fan . . .three
years on swimming team
. . . Howie in Mother is a
Freshman . . . Photography,
Baseball, and Dramatic Club
. . . another motor bike fan
. . . future lawyer . . . col-
BARBARA ANN YORKE
4ll Sylvania Ave., Clenside
General - Bobbie . . .
popular member of Musi-
tones . . , varsity hockey
and basketball . . . tennis
team . . . A Cappella Choir
. . . Yearbook . . ,. J.F. E.
Gala Night . . . helps out
in "Dog House" . . . Music
Festival . . . medical sec-
1631 Summit Ave
General-Mickey . . . usual-
ly smiling and dashing
places . . . enjoys parti-
cipatiny in all sports, espe-
cially basketball . . . intra-
mural hockey . . . always
neat and courteous . . . not
sure of future plans.
EDMOND C. CLECG ........ General
RICHARD F. POTTER ,.... General
Formerly of Atlantic City, New jersey
. . . came to AHS in his junior year
. . . an Army Air Force Corporal . . .
with the 25th Aircraft Repair Squad-
ron, stationed at Hill Air Force Base,
CHARLES R. ZANINE
3004 Mt. Carmel Ave.
Vocational - Z-9 . . . Class
skyscraper . . . taciturn, per-
haps because he has twelve
brothers and sisters . . .
president of Print Club . . .
can't decide whether to join
Army or work.
Prom Ends Social Whirl
Seniors shelve stimulating studies.
Seniors Suzy Aldifezwq, June 8
Exasperaling exams baffle Baccalaureate bait
Triumphant seniors autograph year's record.
Future alumni enjoy last assembly.
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Big shot Bobo entertains the cast.
Mother Is a Freshman
Amid the tears and threats of a daughter "cut
ut by my own mother," the ravings of a frus-
rated college dean, the poems and flowers from
love-sick professor, Mother triumphed. The por-
rayal of the widowed Mrs, Abigail Fortitude Ab-
'ott of "Mother Is a Freshman" was handled by
ue Kiel and Pat Wells on December 5 and 6
espectively. No one can forget Sylvia's deep-
oiced disdain of college dances, the boasting of
Bobo, or the riotous antics of the crowd at Green
Iall Girls' Dorm. But the most treasured recol-
actions are reserved for the players themselves-
hose late night practices, that line that had to be
epeated, and the nervous anticipation before the
Coaches and stage hands pose for birdie
Abigail is surrounded by upper classmen.
Sem iozf Play
Sitting: D. Cherry, j. Gernert, L. Schlemmer, 1. Schwarz, L.Thompson, S. Kiel. Row I: Edgar, N. Kerr, E. Rtckert
C. Buehrer, N. DiValerio, N. Leonard, R. Sutton, L. Reinert, C. McKinney, C. Clark, P. Wells, W. Sutch, R. Liuzzi j
Kesler, D. Gardner. B. Smith Row II: R. Sandberg, D. Huffman, W. Nice, R. Wood, P. Lighton, R. Gold.
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Sunlight flashing on their instruments,
fifty loyal Abingtonians marched down the
field to the strains of the Desert Patrol.
After AHS formation, the crowd surged
to its feet, and the Alma Mater rang forth
through the crisp autumn air. Led by the
spirited drum majorettes and the peppy
cheerleaders, who gave that extra zest, the
band with its color guard sparked Abing-
ton's football season to an exciting climax.
Color Guard S. Cuba A. Cross, C. Ramsey, H. Campbell
V. McClay, B. Feise, B. L. Wilson, j. Ivins, S, J. Hay, P. A. Ellis,
M. J. Ellis, B. Earnshaw, B. Nelson, J, Nelson
Butch, Lamphere, Holderer, Bracken, Smith, Wenner, Gib-
son, Belcher, Tucker, Liuzzi, Doyle, Kirkner, Houpt, DeWalt
Franklin,Fiss, Connitt, Duff, Maher Levis, Brigham, YVeiler3
Curran, Hoffman, Branin, Sutch, Kesler, Wirs, Brodhag,
CONCERT ON DECK
Ship's bells sounded . . . all hands were on deck
as the orchestra tuned up for "Mother Is a Freshman"
and the various dedications of new elementary school
Eight students were chosen from the Boys' Chorus
and Girls' Ensemble, two hard-working groups who real-
ly love to sing, for the District Chorus, conducted by
john H. Raymond of Lafayette.
Joint vocal and instrumental groups brought out
the best for the Christmas and Easter programs, Gala
Night, and the Spring Festival.
All departments were on hand to salute their grad-
uating members as they took part in the commencement
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Parks, P. Jenks, L. Bates,G, Gilson, B.Hoot, J.Neide,
Gardner, E. High, B. Yorke, M. Lissfelt, N. Leonardf
J. Murphey, B. Worthington, A. Lederman,J. Gernert,
huttlin, E. Ross, A. Derbyshire, E. DePalantin0, R
Lton, P. Taylor, J. Mandler, B. Daubert J. Cooper,
Thompson, L. Thompson, D. Yahn, S. Kiel, R. Bel-
rr, G. Curran, J. Hoffman, C. Franklin, A. Weiler,
Brigham G. Graham, J. Bracken, J. Dorey, J. Crans-
t, J. Tucker, J. Doyle, R. Connitt, J. Cheezum, J.
Deck the halls.
Gaily decorated homerooms, beautiful ever-
greens, and holiday music ushered in the Christ-
mas season. Students and faculty worked to-
gether to produce a memorable Yuletide. Dur-
ing this festive week, the A cappella choir daily
caroled through the halls. To climax the joy-
ous season, the various musical groups combined
voices to present an inspiring program of sacred
In keeping with the spirit, Abingtonians col-
lected money for the purchase of a record player
for our affiliate in Germany.
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Students honor Washington and Lincoln.
Ghosts' spirit is riding high.
Senior thespians review Mother's freshman days.
The Assembly Committee composed of faculty and
students is kept busy providing speakers, pep rallies,
films, and talent shows to be presented to the student
body for their enjoyment and instruction.
During the first semester, assemblies were greatly
curtailed. When the fire towers were being built 'and
several exits were temporarily blocked, it was too haz-
ardous for large groups to meet in the auditorium.
Upon the completion of these fireproof structures in
january, the student body convened regularly.
Mrs. llculel cletcrly reticws lzmily Killlilliflllgillh.
Tm-1 Ixxociixis lfkoxt INDIANA.
Wrap gifts for Christ Home.
Council store is busy spot.
Senlwl: Mrs. Powell, B. XVarner, .L Lederman, P. Probst
J. Ivins, XV. Oswald, XV. Stitch, Butch, P. A. Ellis, J.
Brosso, J. Buechting, S. J
Clark. Row I: J. Oliver, I-Iinhorn, J. Roth, P. Smyscr,
A. Blessing, M. Ritchie, I.. Reinert, J. Pearce, D. Cherry,
B. XVilson, P. Chapman, L. Getz, N. Shriver, P. Harvey,
P. Hill, D. Thompson, M. Cooper, M. J. Knauer, B.
Hance, J. Stull, S. llucklev, .X. Neide. Ron' Il: G. Schla-
densky, R. Brecht, li, lVright, R. Rosenberger, J. NVenner,
R. Brodliag, H. lfiss, J. Kirklicr, R. Ratuh, R. Nlood, R.
Lindfors, L. Probst, R. l.i11zzi, D. Knauf, W. Mullan, A.
Weiler, W. Struvc.
-ensen, M. Moll, F. Friz, Miss
YVitl1 service as its motto the Student Council spon-
sored the school store, dances after sports events, and
Aside from these regular activities, committees col-
lected Thanksgiving donations for Abington Hospital
. . . operated the "Dog House" . . . held Open House
for students and alumni . . . gave a Christmas party
for the older guests at Christ Home.
Next year the Council hopes to bring to Abington
an exchange student from the Lily-Braun Schule, our
Affiliation Committee presents check.
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Tuesday night when they shut out
BHB101 High, 56-0.
With the aid oi four forieits
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Sherer, B, Flower. Standing: Neide, N. Kerr, B. Smith, B.
Sperry, R. Pillischer, B. Riley, L. Carty, B. Gold, l. Wells.
The Oracle, a consistent prize-winning pub-
lication, was awarded a first place in state and
national competition. Under the able leader-
ship of Editor Patsy Simon, the literary and art
staffs of the magazine produced the fall and
spring editions filled with interesting short stor-
ies, poems, interviews, and school features,
The presses rolled on as Miss Turner's Junior
Fourth Estaters kept the city and local news-
papers aware of the latest news and sports flash-
es. The diligent newshawks were headed by Bill
Nice, .Ioan Mandler, and Nancy Hood.
B. Stadelmeier, E. Rickert, I.. Bates, T. Kalen, N
junior lfourtli Estate
Sitting: N. Rittenhouse, ll. Nagel, -1. Edgar, V. Griffin, IK. Yorke, I . . A M k
j. Mandler, N. Hood. Smmling: W. Carroll. I.. Probst. B. Sutch, ly' Eg55h2fdt-EN'NR:5Qan-Ig- 132532:
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Sitting: E. Erb, W. Mullan, H. Fiss, B. Gayley,
H. lNentzel, T. Duff, F. Peoples, C. Bradley,
T. Maguire, R. Rauch. Standing: T. Sprenkel,
manager, B, Carlin, R. Doyle, T. Ulher, F. Reich-
ert, C. Martin, J. Turnbull. A. Yvrigley, V. Bean
R. Sharp, C. Pawling, coach.
Coach Pawling's mermen posted a record of three
wins, four setbacks, and a commendable second place in
the District Meet held at Hutchinson Pool, University
The Ghosts outsplashed Eddystone twice 40-26 and
47-19, and then Pottstown, 34-32. To offset their wins,
the tankmen lost to P. S. Du Pont 29-39, Norristown
22-44 and 19-47, and Germantown Academy, 32-34.
Honors go to Tom Duff for shattering the 100-
yard breast stroke record in l:09.2 at the Districts.
Mermen bob ahead of Norristown.
Sitting: J. Gernert, Captain, J. Reiter, P. Smerke, C. Riemenschneider, P. Probst, V. Walton, J. Morrow, C. Blank, J.
Walker, P. Whitley. Standing: E. Herbstreth, D. Cummislcey, D. Thompson, J. Brown, E. Lynch, P. Morrow, E. Kreider.
J. Mathers, L. Carty, L. Shoemaker, B. Ehresman, J. Edgar, manager, J. Young, manger, H6160 Clark, C0301-
Naztrttors had the pep.
Carol springs for winning dive.
Jean Gernert, the inspiration of the natators, Phyl-
lis Smerke, Joan Reiter, and Judy Edgar fmanagerj -
these were the hold-overs from last year's varsity squad
who formed the nucleus of a spirited team. Coach
Clark's mermaids outsplashed Lincoln 36-29, Beaver
freshmen 39-27, and Cheltenham 34-32. They suffered
setbacks at the hands of Coatesville 24-42, George School
21-45, Haverford 28-38, Little Flower 18-48, and Lower
In the P.I.A.A. District swimming meet at the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania, first places were taken by Jean
Gerncrt, who won the 12th grade 50-yd. breast stroke
and Pat VVhitley, who captured 9th grade diving.
Row I: R. Okamoto, R. Okamoto, T. Gifford, R.
Black, R. Pierson, C. Kinky, L. Kramer, T. Kitson
W. Carroll, P. Harvey, Row If Coach Snodgrass.
A. Pittaluga, P. Sloterbeck, V. DeVito, G. Rem-
mey, F. Ryan, P. Eayre, R. Hackman, Coach
Secor. Row III: M. MacNeel, R. Naylor, L. Frank,
Manager MacGregor, J. Walker, T. Tamura, R.
Our grapplers, led by their undefeated
team-mates - Ted Kitson, Phil Harvey,
and Dave Pepper - had a nearly perfect
record in their nine matches, losing only
to Upper Darby and Cheltenham. They
triumphed over Lower Merion, Yeadon,
Springfield, Lansdowne, Haverford, and
Bristol twice, scoring 314 points to their
opponents' 106, to claim a .777 average for
Rady on the right.
Bob Okamoto pulls out of the navy ride put on by Art McCa
of Upper Darby.
XVith three victories in a six-match sched-
ule, Coach Dave Clark's sharpshooters
posted a season's mark of .500.
Soph Stuart Guba had the highest aver-
age on the sophomore and junior-studded
team, though Ritchie, Shriver, and Seely
had perfect l00's in the matches. During
practice Hartshorne shot a 100 with 10
Only Set-ly and Captain lilaydon will be
lost by the diploma route, thus leaving
Coach Clark good prospects for next year.
IxmcI1115. Maher, Xi. Sliuxc, lf. Blaytlon, S
Cuba, N. Shriver. Slrzmlirzgtz S. Nelson, nl. Israel,
D. Hartshorne, pl. Kirkner, l.. Seely, M. A.
Shrooe. Coach Clark, M. Ritchie.
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Bailey circles Lower Merion end for noticea.
Bernie Carlin jars Lower Merion ace, George
Fullback Vaughn attempts to conceal ball
from Upidah's end.
Ron' I: P. Harvey, XV. Sutch, R. Frick, AI. Luca
R. Bailey, L. Huntzinger, J. Dinkins, J. Meyer
D. McGeady, L. Probst, J. Harvey, VV. Carrol
R. Liuzzi. How II: lf. DePaul, D. Smith, 1
Scherer, E. Bigelow, P. lanieri, J. Classi, C
Fanelli, C. Martin, ll. Carlin, B. McCullougl
B. Vaughn, R. Collins, E. Cowan, G. Kinkj
Coach Carroll's inexperienced Abington
squad opened under the lights with a sharp
20-0 setback by the Philadelphia champions,
Bok Vocational. The next week a bitter-
fought battle with Central ended scoreless.
But the Ghosts were on the rise and handed
Haverford a 13-0 defeat.
The Lower Merion size and replacements
proved the margin, 20-7, as a blocked kick
and a succeeding tally in the fourth quarter
overcame the Ghosts' 7-6 lead, resulting from
joe Dinkins' 15 yard end run. Again,
a blocked kick by Coatesville, also in the
final period, caused a second disheartening
defeat by an 8-7 edge.
Harvey's off tackle thrusts through Cheste
Chuck Martin knifes through Panther's I
for long yardage.
I, Cook, B. Johnson, J, Helveston. Row III: E.
Palmer, R. Kittel, R. Crews, J' Denmsyl
Sehladensky, E. Wright, J. Wenner, T. Willis,
W. Dennis, G, Pendleton. R. Brodhag, J. Rich.
F. Burns, R. Loose. Row IV: IB. Remmy, L.
Young, E, Crews, T. Kitson, R. Seeburger, L.
A strong offensive, spearheaded by Bob
Bailey's two touchdown runs, enabled the
19-7 victory over a good-sized Upper Darby
squad. Luck held. Bob Frick's blocked kick
and John Lucas's tackle in the end zone
gave Abington a 2-0 margin over Chester
in the battle in the mud and second place in
the Suburban League.
The last quarter jinx prevailed at Norris-
town when two scores in the dying three min-
utes brought the 13-7 loss. Climaxing the
season, a blocked tryffor-point by Wallie Car-
roll, the successful placement of Bob Frick,
and the sparkplug running of Ted Kitson
supplied the 7-6 victory over Cheltenham.
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Kneeling: W. Fitzgerald, J. McGowan, R. Waeltz, R. Lindfors, W. Oswald, C. Leatherman, V. Bean, R. Pierson, YV. Ullrich.
Standing: C. Schmidt, J. Gibson, R. Miller, R. Porter, P. Ligh ton, R. Gold, T. Ely, Asst. Coach Beaver, Coach Gantt.
Booters picked for All-Suburban
The Ganttmen sported an impressive season. How-
ever, the booters' opening attacks bogged down before
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The soccerites then hit their stride with successive vic-
tories over Upper Darby, Central, and Haverford. Now
they looked forward to league championship. After ty-
ing Lower Merion and Upper Darby, the team in a
never-to-be-forgotten contest lost the championship by
Oswald, Lindfors, Bean, and Fitzgerald made the
Ghosts charge Lower Merion defense.
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Row I: Coach Secor, C. Miles, G. Henderson, D. Longstreet, D. O'Brien,
Blackie victor with final spurt.
Posting an ll-l record to lead the fall sport
teams, Coach Sanford Secor's harriers came up
with their best season in many a year.
Only Upper Darby was able to take the meas-
ure of the speedy Ghosts, who topped Chelten-
ham, Central, Chester, Haverford, Ambler, Nor-
ristown, Lansdale, Media, Lower Merion, and
Abington's diminutive duo of Bob Black and
Charlie Miles led the team to third place in
the District Meet. Other consistent placers were
Freed, Longstreet, O'Brien, and Henderson.
R. Black, C. Davis, J. Freed, E. Duncan, W. Dabney.
E. Harris, S. Pettinato. Row Il: D. Kleinbard, E. Erb, F. Sinn, H. Street, J. Hoffman, A. Houpt, R. Wood, W. jones, R.
Rauch, C. Travilla, E. Horracks, F. Ryan, L. jones, L. Getz, j. Stekol,
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Led by the hitting and fielding of returning varsity
players - Oswald, Fanelli, and Harvey - the Abington
nine rushed through its first four games beating German-
town twice, Central, and Springfield. Playing their arch
rivals in the rain, the Ghosts lost a heartbreaker, their
first league contest, to the Panthers 5-4.
Inexperience at bat and a stalled veteran attack
caused the diamondmen to drop their next four games
to Lincoln, Upper Darby, Norristown, and Chester.
Anyone of these games could have been won by an
opportune hit. YVith Haverford and Lower Merion still
untried, the remainder of the schedule predicts a fair
season for the team.
Row I: R, Liuzzi, I. Myf-rs, B. Vaughn, W. Oswald, G. Fanelli, AI. C lhson I Ifreed F Smith I Kinky Row II I Stevenson
F, Loeffler, A. Thomas, A. Mignogna, B, Carlin, C. Hammer, R Hackman I Classe D Brodhag R Collins 'I Willis Row
III: Coach Erb R. Frick, T. Lee, B. Fleming, B. Baiey, P. Mignogno D Mohey I Moore R Tewksbury G Woodward
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The racqueteers in their inaugural match on
April 23 bowed to Norristown 3-2. To offset this
initial loss the team scored an easy victory of 4-l
over Berwyn and a convincing win of 3-2 over
With experienced singles players - M. Rapp,
A. Sexton, and L. Thompson - and doubles play-
ers - N. Biddle, Carey, J. Schwarz, D. Thomp-
son, L, Gutman, and L. Wood - Coach Stanis
feels the racquet wielders should post several vic-
tories in the scheduled league meet with Haver-
ford, Upper Darby, Radnor, Lower Merion, and
Kneeling: YV. Carroll, R. Lindfors, T. Ely, R. Waeltz. Standing: R. Wood
R. Rauch, R. Peskin, W. Ullrich, Coach Davison.
Abington's experienced netmen looked good in
practice. Losing only Rathgeb via the parchment
path, .lack Davison's boys - with Wood, Lindfors,
and Rauch in the top posts - were ostensibly a
strong league contender. Ullrich, Ely, and Waeltz
gave gool support at the bottom of the lineup,
Norristown, though, provided a rude surprise in
the opening contest as the Eagles jolted the Maroons
4-I. Yeadon dimmed the team's chances with a
3-2 defeat. However, prospects brightened as
Abington trimmed Lansdowne 5-0.
Kneeling: D. Gardner, I.. Schlemmer, J. Schwarz, -I. Carey, M. Rapp, A.
Sexton. Standing: Coach Stanis, D. Thompson, AI. Youse, N. Biddle, B.
YOFKC. L. Thompson.
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Row I: li. Duncan, C, Davis, C. Miles, W. Dennis, A. Houpt. H. Street, UI, Str-kol, T. McGettigan, Row II: R. Black, L..Hunt-
zinger, A.l.uff, H. Kluver, B.-Iohnson, II. Martin, D.Hartshorne, R, Hess, W. Dabney. Row Ill: Mr. Carroll, ll. Dinkms, R.
Naylor, J. Scheer, D. Vaughn, 1. Storch, G. Pendleton, E. Deans .VI Oscarson, E, Palmer, AI. Bissinger, Mr. Pawling.
The cinderman under Coaches Pawling and
Carroll opened their season at Lower Merion.
The mile relayers - Huntzinger, Pendleton,
Palmer, and Vaughn - placed third. The
quarter mile relay squad composed of Hunt-
zinger, Luff, Palmer, and Vaughn took second
with a fast 245. Other leading contenders
were pole vaulter OBrien, broad jumper Har-
vey, high hurdler Dennis, miler C. Miles, and
shot putter Deane.
At the Penn Relays on April 27 the track-
sters made a creditable showing by pacing the
mile in 3:32 for a close second to Cheltenham.
On Saturday the team placed third.
The Ghostmen will compete in Suburban
and District Meets.
Relayers set the pace.
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lVill we ever forget those first days when we
were learning our way around the unfamiliar halls?
During assemblies how impressed we were by Mr.
Gernert who made us aware of the necessity of
securing sufficient credits, of exhibiting proper as-
sembly decorum, and of upholding the high school's
esprit de corps.
As loyal Abingtonians we bought A. A. tickets,
subscribed to the various publications, attended
the many social affairs held throughout the year,
and followed the tradition of wearing maroon and
white on Fridays.
With our Soph Hop, held in October, came a
sense of belonging socially. We got an opportunity
to make many new acquaintances. The entertain-
ment showed considerable talent among the sophs.
plebgs Leaving the lowest rung of the ladder, we con-
fidently looked forward to being juniors.
Row I: B. Kiefer, L. Kruhm, J. Hull, J. Kerns, S. Herron, S. Holbrook, F, Friz, E. Kerner, P, Gerhard, C. Garypie.
Row II: Galloway, B. Hance, C. Grier, E. Evans, N. Meaney, H. Henderson, M. Goodwin, M. J. Knauer, I. Hicks, M.
Genth. Row III: M. Langley, B. Ehresman, J. Hall, S. Gilfillan. K. Heckendorn, D. Ford, C. Duncan, F. Jocoby, P.
Hughes. Row IV: J. Hance, B. Jennings, D. Hartman, D. Grant, M. Franz, C. Gackenbach, J. Freed, B. Hansen, A.
Kallenbach, S. Einhorn. Row V: C. Froehlichj C. Langsdorf, L. Graefe, C. Howes, P. Hill, R. Kauffman, E. Frost,
V. Hance, B. Hunley, L. Howald. Row VI: J. Hoffman, YV. Johnson, H. Freeland, M. McNeal, J. Haily, R. Hamilton,
D. Knauf, E. Horracks, A.Herrmann, C. Franklin, J.Finnegan. Row VII: I., Johnson, E. Fortune, S. Guba, H. Fiss, R.
Lampherf-, M. Hall, L. Franks, R. Hess, J. Held, T. Gunkle. Row VIII: G. Doll, E. Laird, T. Hucks, B. Freeston, L.
Evangelista, D. Durst, R. Frick, A. Gaskill, R. Gray, WV. Keller ,D. Lamphere.
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Row l: V. Rishel, C. Lukert, J. Parsons, A. Neide
J. McDermott, E. Peirce, R. Ommerl, li. Lynch, F
Schenkel, G. Saunders. Row 2: L. Rose, li. Long, B. Pea
cock, J. Muller, H. Robinson, P. Morrow, L. Reeve
S. Mumford, J. Larson, M. J. Murphey. Row 3: L. Riv:
ers, J. Pfander, P. Riemenschneider, P. Logue, J. Lucente,
E. L'll A. R' ' ' " '
1 ey, lley, J. I rout, M. ldrdlo. Row 4. R. Neale
I.. Massino, Marks, P. Rowles, S. Russell, M. L. Liss-
felt, A. Menlen, Madden, P. Pellz, R. Okamoto, D.
Reeves. Row 5: J. James, IS. Remmey, G. Porter, R
Root, E. McCloud, N. Neumann, NV. Mullan, R. Loose.
Row 6: R. Passerin, Lucas, R. Rosenberger, G. Loren-
zon, W. Reinert, R. 1-Zrbele, J. Noonan, A. Martino,
T. Rose, J. Rich. Row 7: R. Lubkay, E. Palmer, J.
Oscarson, J. Maclnnes, WV. Madill, G. Roth, W. Millward,
R. Levis. R. Poffarl, F. Saulter, M. McHenry.
Galloping ghost adorns soph party.
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Scholastic leaders set enviable record. T. Duff, yiCe.prg5idgnf,- N, Shriver
presidentg J. Garey, secretary: and R
Okamoto, treasurer, lead class of '52
Council honors J. Carey and N. Shriv-
er with Civic Attitude awards.
sw mdwiehed beztfwaxzif .amd between
Row I: Hoeppner, K. Hatton, M. Griffith, J. Garey, R. Graziano, V. Houser, S. Jensen, B. Hoot, E, Kreider, E. High. Row
II: M. Linck, C. Freitag, G. Gilson, P. Hendricks, M. Godshall, S. Gaines, J. Lehmann, M. J, Klenk, C. Kerns. Row III: B.
Lockhart, N. King, F. Fretz, M. Jackson, R. Lee, I. Lapp, E. Lowry, W. Harper, B. Loose, C. Lentz, J. Jones. Row IV:
T. Gifford, B. Huttlin, A. Lederman, E. Lamphere, J. Hellerman E. Knott, M. Luby, P. Gorkes, A. Houpt, M. Kyle. Row V:
G. Lukert D. Glaeser, D. Longstreet, W. Lapp, E. Gowen, A. Gamerdinger, H. Kluver, W. Grimes, P. Ianieri, Row VII:
R. Hackman, J. Lucas, D. Lyle, G. Loughery, J. Feisel, G. Kin ky, C. Leatherman, T. Lee, C. Hammer, J. Maher. Row VII:
F. Heger, A. Maye, J. Gibson, P. Breithaupt, D. Alcorn, L. Getz, T. Maguire, L. Jones, R. Henderson. Ro wVIIl: G.
Harris, R. Kittel, D. Kleinbard, G. Henderson.
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Miss Edith M. Milne
E. B, Gernert
Yearbook Business Staff
Ron' I: D. Tursflnnan, I-. Nlclleznlv, lf. vlil'lil'Cllll0, l'
Hertz, li. Brown, j. Wentz. Ibm' Il: I'. Henderson, ji
Quinn, R, Perry, I'. llraun, M. Anderson, il. Redstreake
Ifrm' Ill: B. l.eIn', li. Stout, D. Straight, ll. Reiter, Nl
Schenk, M. lVashofsky, N. Yagnoni. Hun' IV: N. Ritten
house, Y. Passerin, IC. SIUl'llt', M. Slant-rt, Moblev, ll
Nagel, Run' V: ll. Flower, li. f-elller, lf. Reinert, A
Peoples. I.. Oliier. .Slumlirzgz li. Wilson, I.. Sclileninuw
. ' "e, li. l'llll'llSll1HV. li. l'ilIllCl', ,L lidwards.
Lillian and jim beam on finished record.
Ably assisted by Rod W'ood and many others,
they have shown patience, skill, and stick-
to-it-tiveness in faithfully recording the class-
es, activities. and friends that were a part
of Abington 1951.
The production of a good yearbook requires
more than the correct reporting of the year's
happenings, the solving of exasperating layout
problems, and the tedious checking on spelling
of names. To the students, faculty, and com-
munity who have helped in the compiling of
this book, the staff extends its sincere thanks -
to Mr. S. C. Schultz for his help in solving
problems of yearbook layoutg to Mr, H. Evan
McKinley and Miss Lilian Reichard for their
contribution of photographsg to Miss Ann Mc-
Carthy, Mr. Carl Wolff, and the photography
staff of Zamsky Studios for their generous serv-
ice, to the Easton Road Guide and Curtis Barnes
for their contribution of special picturesg and to
the Superintendent and Principal for their co-
operation in securing group pictures.
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Sales - Parts - Service
Jenkintown Bank 8. Trust Company
Jenkintown, Pennsylvania HEI-WEG FUNERAL HOME
"Where The Bus Stops At The Door"
Member Federal Reserve Bank Jenkimown' Pennsylvania
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Private Dining Room and Rathskeller for Banquets and Parties
Full Course Dinners and Luncheons
LUNCHEONS -- DINNERS
From ll A.M. to 2:30 P.M. From 5:00 P.M. to 8:30 P.M.
1158-62 North Hancock Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
ALBERT F. SCHOELLHAMMER, Prop.
For Reservations - Market 7-9009
The best of care for everything you wear
LAUNDERERS and DRY CLEANERS
HILLSIDE CEMETERY COMPANY
I , , Roslyn, Pennsylvania
Member American Instltute of Laundering
COAL - FUEL OIL
COKE - BUILDING MATERIAL
TOWN PHARMACY Inc.
PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE
Telephone Willow Grove 0100
Davisville and York Roads, Willow Grove, Pa.
3000 Ml. Carmel Avenue
North Hills, Pennsylvania
Telephone: Ogonlz 8499
NORBERT E. McDONALD
WALTER H. TRAVILLA
"Items of Interest"
2527 Ml. Carmel Avenue Glenside, Pa.
Telephone: Willow Grove 0420
WM. R. WALTON
BUILDER . . . Since 1920
Repairs - Alterations - Painting
1856 Old York Road Willow Grove, Pa.
C. D. LAMPHERE
Gas and Electric Water Heating
Gas House Heating
2901 Ml. Carmel Ave. North Hills, Pa.
BEST WISHES -
DR. BERNARD SCHLECKER
wluow enove, PA.
Phone: Ogontz 1024 Jobbing
WILLIAM N. SPAYD
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
2943 Limekiln Pike North Hills, Pa.
E A R L J O N E S
QUALITY DRY CLEANERS
11 EASTON ROAD
Phone Willow Grove 0446
PIONEER STORE- For Better Foods
ogonu as-is - aa49
-HORSTMAN 8. MYER, INC.
Quality Rugs and Carpets by
Bigelow Sanford - Alexander Smith
Tile Flooring - Venetian Blinds - Paints
2734 Limekiln Pike North Haus, Pa. Willow Grove Phone W- G- 1534
O 3150 ,
Som: Call and Deliver Willow Grove 0880
SCALFARO SHOE REBUILD
LADIES' 8: GENTS' FURNISHINGS
1721 Old York Road Willow Grove, Pa.
Mt. Carmel and Tennis Avenues
PHILLIPS JUVENILE SHOES
From "TOT TO TEENS"
Complete assortment of loafers and sports
Doctor's prescriptions filled
94 York Road Phone Willow Grove 1956
Willow Grove 0440-J
Closed Monday - No Children on Saturday
1719 OLD YORK ROAD
Willow Grove, Pennsylvania
Under New Management
Easton and Edge Hill Roads
Phone Ogontz 9085
Business Men's Lunch Seafood
Full Course Dinners Sunday Dinners
Open Every Day Parking Facilities
THEODORE BURGMER EUGENE RAUSCH
"If we d0n't have it, we'll get it."
and House Furnishings
Tires - Batteries - Accessories
Roslyn Sunoco Service
GAS - OILS
Easton Road at Mildred Avenue
Lubrication - Washing
JIM AND ELMER
ROOFING AND HEATING
ROCK WOOL HOME INSULATION
Forced Warm Air Heating and
jobbing Promptly Attended To
No job Too Large or Too Small
GRACEY 8. STREEPER
Established in 1916
1120 Easton Road, Roslyn, Pa.
Ogontz 0402 or 3851-W
Telephone Ogontz 1220
2457 Avondale Avenue
RUSSELL SMITH, INC.
416 Old York Rd. Jenkintown, Pa
1130 Easton Road, Roslyn, Pa.
Free Delivery -- Ogontz 3944
BALL 8. COFFIN
The Market Place
FOR BETTER HOMES
HOMES - ESTATES - FARMS
W. E. DeLANEY
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
Prompt Courteous and Ejicient Service
209 llgvisville Road Willow Grove 1777
JOHN'S BARBER SHOP
JOHN TARKINGTON, Prop.
62 North York Road Willow Grove, Pa.
G L A S S
Phone Willow Grove 9100
Prescriptions are Our Specialty
48 North York Road Willow Grove 0884
GREETINGS - DAVID'S
WILLOW GROVE TEXACO SERVICE MEN'S-WEAR SHOES
York Road I. Parkview Ave. 125 N. York Rodd Willow Grove, Pu.
Phone W. G. 9032 'Willow Grove, Pa. Willow Grove 1779
Willow Grove 3046 or Ogonlz 0735 TELEVISIQN - APPLIANCES
W. CLYDE GOURLEY, INC.
Certified Television Service
R E A L T O R S 218 Davisville Road Willow Grove 0660
W. Clyde Gourley, President - SERVICE -
York and Welsh Roads, Willow Grove, Pa.
Vlillow Grove 0168
WILLOW GROVE AUTO SERVICE
Easton and Welsh Roads
Willow Grove, Pa.
"BUILDING BETTER YOUTH"
DR. IRVING B. FINK
WILLOW GROVE, PA.
WILLIAM J. GARYPIE
Tools - Roses - Bulbs - Lawn Seed
Fertilizer - Shrubs - Fruit Trees
1442 York Road at Highland Avenue
T0 THE CLASS OF
THE DOG HOUSE
Doo SPECIALTIES PET SUPPLIES
ogom oooi Asmcron, PA.
DANENHOUR 8. MULLEN
Keystone Automobile Club O94-mn 8790
MIMEOGRAPHING COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE
Addressing Typing Francis j. McCormick
76 N. York Road Willow Grove, Pa. 1 Susquehanna Road Abington, Pa.
Willow Grove 0441 Telephone, OGontz 3225
Duchess Dairy Bar
EASTON It MORELAND RDS.
Parkside Esso Station
Lubrication - Washing I
Tires - Batteries - Accessories
Prop. CHARLES MILLS
IBI7 Easton Road Phone W. G. 9172
Willow Grove Cab Company
WILLOW GROVE 0245
PASCO TOBACCO CO.
Tobaccos, Candies, Patent Medicines, Paper
Products, School Supplies, Notions, Novelties
2800 LIMEKILN PIKE
FULL-FASHIONED NYLON HOSIERY
buy direct from factory
Hi-Grade Silk Hosiery Co.,Inc.
Davisville Rd. I Maplewood Ave.
Willow Grove, Pa.
Telephone: Willow Grove 0447
3040 Mt. Carmel Avenue
North Hills, Pa.
Lee Tires Lee Tires
R. M. Lulf Construction Co.
YORK 8 WELSH ROADS
WILLOW GROVE, PA.
GEO. E. KLENK Ogontz 9084
WASHING AND LUBRICATION
Mt. Carmel Ave., North Hills, Pa.
TELEVISION - RECORDS
APPLIANCES - FURNITURE
Easton Road and Keswick Ave.
"Our Service Makes the Best
Quality and Service First
Daily Pressing Service
1124 York Road
Township Motors, Inc.
OGontz 8400 - MAjestic 5-4600
120 York Road, Abington, Penna.
JIM AND EARL'S
Just behind the firehouse
1878 Horace Avenue, Abington
BEST HAMBURGERS MADE
G. Parkhouse 8. Sons
Phone: Ogontz 7500
PIONEER FOOD STORES
1811 Horace Avenue
Phone: Ogontz 8951
Abington Snack Shop
HOT - COLD SANDWICHES
SUPER MILK SHAKES '
1117 York Road Abington, Pa
I X H H- - INSURANCE AGENCY
929 Township Line
Nlaiestic 5-0265 Ogontz 0172
Elkins Park 17, Pennsylvania
Flowers For All Occasions
Juniper and-Melfm oz-14
eucms max, PA.
Res. Ogontz 2993
WARREN H. SMITH
122 York Rd., Jenkintown
FROZEN Eoons - ICE CREAM
na cypfw Avenue
mam mu, Pa. ogonn 9164
REAL ESTATE Sc INSURANCE
Ogontz 4884 Jenkintown
L. A. BURTON
Electrical Supply Co., Inc.
Wholesale Electrical Equipment
809 E. Greenwood Avenue
Roslyn Sweet Shop
HOME MADE CANDY
1336 Easton Road
Chocolates of Distinction
BEST WISHES Ollice: Ogontz 1285 Res.: Ogontx 1324
FRED and JACK WILHELM
KARP CLEANERS y
GLENSIDE Bargains North Hills, Pa.
Olllcez Ogontz 0344 Res.: Turner 0498 LEE TICHENOR
RENNINGER 8. RENNINGER
REALTORS - INSURANCE
Glenside, Pa. lat Stationl
Res.: 210 Harrison Ave.,.GIenside, Pa.
INSTRUCTOR IN MUSIC
320 Hamel Ave. North Hills, Pa.
ABBOTTS ICE CREAM
The Real Bulk in Half Gallon Containers
Glenside It Keswick Aves. Glenside, Pa.
BREAD - CAKES - SODAS - NOVELTIES
CONGRA TULA TIONS from
CHARLES G. SMITH
REAL ESTATE sf INSURANCE
SMOKERS NEEDS - STUTZ CANDY 3039 Mt. Carmel Ave. North Hills, Pa.
GREETINGS - Call fOr and Deliver Ogontz 8333
RONNIE'S 5c and 10: STORE NORTH HILLS TAILOR
108 - 110 So. Easton Road Glenside, Pa. CLEANING ' PRE-SSING
Housewares - Electrical Appliances
Repairing Sc Alterations
1. A. Ciocca
2806 Limekiln Pike North Hills, Pa.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
ARTHUR S. LEVINTOW, Ph.G.
Easton Road at Mt. Carmel Ave, Glenside, Pa.
Phone: OGONTZ 1737
T E L E V I S I O N
NORTH HILLS APPLIANCE
. . . Electrical Appliances . . .
RADIO - Sales and Service
, 2739 Limekiln Pike
Harry C. Meyers ogomg 3588
Westinghouse - Thor - Apex - Crosley
GLENSIDE GAS 8. ELECTRIC
NORTH HILLS BARBER SHOP
2741 LIMEKILN PIKE
2270 Mt. Carmel Ave. Glenside, Pa. ,
sale' - service ogonn 5706 North Hills, Pennsylvania
Free Delivery Call Osonu 9034 John Genth Ogontz 2909
PLOCKIE'S BEVERAGE CO.
S. E. PLOCK, Prop.
2846 Limekiln Pike North Hills, Pa.
NORTH HILLS AUTO REPAIR
OFFICIAL INSPECTION STATION
2832 Limekiln Pike North Hills, Pa.
Battery Service - Towing Day or Night.
A. H. B. SKEATH
Established since 1921
2732 Limekiln Pike North Hills, Pa
NORTH HILL PRESS
2878 Limekiln Pike, North Hills, Penna.
JAMES G. BAILEY Oganh 1544-J
A. J. VENTRESCA
ROSLYN BARBER SHOP
1160 Euston Road Roslyn, Pa.
JOE MASSINO, JR.
Ogontz 9052 Ardsley, Pa.
MARCHIONE ELECTRIC CO.
Electric Motors Rewound and Repaired
ARDSLEY FOOD SHOP
2608 Jenkintown Road Ardsley, Pa.
1081 Easton Road - Roslyn, Pa.
Opposite Roslyn Station Qgonfz 3575
G - R E E D J. FRANK mack co.
LAUNDRY anu DRY CLEANING HARDWARE
Contractors' Supplies - Finished Hardware
1134 Easton had Roslyn, Pa. Paints - Oils - Varnishes
House Furnishing Supplies
o9""' 1370 603 West Ave. Jenkintown, Po.
RUBIN FOOD MARKET
2770 Jenkintown Rd., Ardsley
Quality Meats, Groceries and Produce
Ogontz 0294 6 9036 Free' Delivery
MARY LOU'S BEAUTY SHOP
ALL TYPES OF PERMANENT WAVING
FREEDMAN'S of GLENSIDE
CLEANERS 8: TAILORS
474 Tyson Avenue
Ogontz 4233 Glenside, Pa.
THE ROSLYN SHOP
MARY L. ESSICK, Prop.
YARD GOODS - NOTIONS - HOSIERY
Infant and Children's Apparel
BLOUSES - MCCALL PATTERNS
ARDSl.EY SUNOCO SERVICE
Charles J. Schaeffer, Prop.
NEW 8: USED TIRES 8: TUBES
ELSlE'S DRESS SHOPPE
1173 Easton Road
Lubrication - Tire Sewice LINGERIE .. HOSE .. GIFTS
Jenkintown 8. Edgehill Rds.
phone qgonn 9054 mdsleyl pa. Merchandise Clubs Running Concurrently
SENDERI-ING 81 DAMM HARDWARE Tailor Made Suits - Cleaners 8c Dyers
SPRUANCE QUALITY PAINTS Haberdashery
Glass, Roofing, Electrical and Plumbing
Supplies, Seeds, Gardening Equipment
and Sporting Goods
Open Every Evening 'till 8 p.m.
OG. 4366 2610 Jenkintown Rd., Ardsley, Po.
john Damato - Dominiek Pileggi
1190W Easton Road, Roslyn, Pa.
Oggntz 2949 Call and Deliver
Wearing Apparel - Greeting Cards
GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
502 Tyson Avenue Ardsley, Po.
R . A . E D G A R
DRUGS -- ICE CREAM - SODA
A. A. ROBINSON
14 West Glenside Ave.
Ogontz 8000 Glenside, Pa.
K O E N I G ' S
The REXALL Drug Store
GLENSIDE ANIMAL HOSPITAL
15 S. Easton Road
Ogontz 4495 Glenside, Pa.
CITIES SERVICE STATION
Easton Rd. and Keswick Ave.
"The Best Oil Known to Science"
Ogontz 2990 Ogontz 8330
ACADEMY OF THEATRE ARTS
Instruction on All Musical Instruments
Toe - Tap and Ballet
Mt. Carmel Ave. and Easton Rd., Glenside, Pa.
Emergency Road Services
Approved ATLANTIC Station
242 S. Easton Road
Glenside, Pa. OGONTZ 9161
W. GRIFFITH KNORR
Glenside, Pa. Ogontz 1470
Best Wishes from -
EASTON ROAD GUIDE
MODEL PRINTING CO., Inc.
128 S. Keswick Ave. Glenside, Pa.
DAVID F. HENRIE
Easton Rd. and Mt. Carmel Ave.
Ogontz 2450 Glenside, Pa.
HUDSON FLOOR COMPANY
Rubber and Asphalt Tile - Plastic Tile
26 E. Glenside Ave. Glenside, Pa. Free Estimates Given
Ogontz 5847 112 Keswick Ave. Ogontz 8406
D. A. GRANT
STEAKS, HOAGIES, ETC.
Anything to Take Out
21 E. Glenside Ave. Glenside, Pa.
GLENs1DE's FORD DEALER
BEST WISHES FROM -
TROUT'S GULF SERVICE
BAHMUELLER'S MOBIL SERVICE
Mobil Gas, Oil, Tires, Batteries,
Easton Road and Toxony Ave.
Ogontz 9199 Glenside, Pa.
Tax Service Mortgages
William N. Farran Company
7981 Oxford Avenue
Fox Chase, Philo. 11, Pa.
R. L. Stott Company
CITIES SERVICE FUEL OILS
DELCO OIL BURNERS
SALES 8: SERVICE
Rockledge 8. Robbins Avenues
Fox Chase, Philadelphia 11, Pa.
Joseph B. Mathers, Inc.
7903 Oxford Ave.
Pl 5-0700 Fox Chase
ATLANTIC FURNACE OILS
FAMOUS READING COAL
BLAETZ BROTHERS, INC.
PRINTERS and PUBLISHERS
Read the News in the Br eeze
Fox Chase, Phila. 11, Pa.
Sales - Oil Burners - Service
Carmel - Coal - 'Wood - Charcoal Cheltenham 2848 Pilgrim 5-1630
Home Repairs Appliance Repairs
Walter F. Ames Mfg. Co.
Stainless Steel Kitchen and Pantry Sinks
616 Huntingdon Pike
Fox Chase, Philadelphia 11, Pa.
Custom Made Kitchen Cabinets
ELLSWORTH G. Roman
Fix It cb' Make ItSho1b
We Make and Fix Anything
443 Church Road Cheltenham 8262
CLEANERS and DYERS
311 Huntingdon Pike, Rockledge
Six Hour Service - Free Call 8: Delivery
For those wishing Speedy Service -- Work
brought in by 10 A.M. QMonday to Saturday,
incl.j can be Ready the Same Day. Free
Pick Up and Delivery Service. We Operate
Our Own Plant.
"HEAT THE "'REIT WAY"
'Pronounced - Right
Complete Fuel Oil Sc Burner Service
711 West Avenue, Jenkintown, Pa.
RICHARD E. KUHN - '39
THE MUSIC BOX
410 YORK ROAD Qnext to H. Sc
"jenkintown's Complete Music Store"
RECORDS - SHEET MUSIC
E. SHUPP, JR. Ogontz 5958
THE JEN KINTOWN
JOE BURKE, Manager
427 York Road, Jenkintown, Pa.
Phone: Ogontz 0889
2039 ARCH STREET
PHILADELPHIA 3, PA.
GOOD FOOD - VALUES - SERVICE
The Baederwoocl Grille
Old York Road above
JOHN P. KELLER
3 York Rd. Jenkintown
York Road and Cherry Street
ARTHUR R. CARLSON
Telephone Ogontz 7900
TOM - JACK
East off York Rd.
Phone Ogontz 9009
Ardsley Burial Park
Best Wishes Fr-Om
Brody's Department Store
Family Outfitters Since 1905
Opposite Reading Railway Station
Glenside Ogontz 0486
George W. Coupe 8. Sons
240 S. Easton Road Glenside, Pa.
MAiestic 5-1661 - Ogontz 2747
Sales CHEVROLET Service
The most Beautiful BUY of all
RAYMOND F. RIGGS
32 E. Glenside Avenue Ogontz 5159
Hair Stylist Sc Permanent Wave Expert
Roberts Block, at station
KAY VARNER, Prop. Ogontz 6568
H. C. ISCHINGER
Frigidaire Sales and Service
Keswick and Mt. Carmel Avenues
Glenside Ogontz 5653
AND STORAGE, INC.
FURNITURE BOUGHT AND SOLD
2262 Mt. Carmel Ave.
Glenside Ogontz 3280-J
'lI't York Road, Jenkintown
Osamu 7ooo Meissen 5-0700
J. L. Rush 8. Sons, Inc.
Davisville Road, Willow Grove, Pa.
Auto Supplies Seat Covers
Tops and Upholstery Repairs
DEVOE HOUSE PAINTS
W. G. 3093
Cheltenham 8728 Night, Cheltenham 3115-R
SNYDER'S TYDOL SERVICE
119 Township Line Road
fWest of Burholme Park,
Philadelphia 11, Pa.
Complete Towing Service
Lubrication Day or Night
gzlefl fel' H 60l'll"6L
Ogontz 7800 Notary Public
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE 900 Humingdon Pike
Friendly Service Unlimited Parking
York Road lr Highland Ave. Abington, Pa. Hollywood' Pa'
Charles T. Matter lr Clarence F. Jones
James Krewson's Sons, lnc.
J. M. CEGIELKOWSKI
Phone: DEvonshire 8-07 37
JOHN H. ROBERTS
3227 Brighton Street
Slate Blackboards dr Structural Slate
Roofmg Slate 84 Flagstone
In All Colors
Yard: Cottman Street L Zane Avenue
Phone: Cheltenham 8553 Phila. 24, Pa
Gabriel's Barber Shop
719 Huntingdon Pike
CLASS OF "46"
TAYLOR SCHOOL'S APPROVED
COURSES PROVIDE A
FOUNDATION FOR SUCCESS
0 Stenographic 0 Medical Secretarial
0 Secretarial 0 General Business
0 Accounting 0 Business Administration
Day and Evening Classes-Coeducational
Enroll Now! Summer or Fall Terms
"The Distinctive Business School"
THE TAYLOR SCHOOL
210 South 13th Street, Philadelphia 7, Pa.
Phone: Klngsley 6-1515
P 8. H SUPPLY
1562 EASTON ROAD
Plumbing - Heating - Kitchen - Laundry
EQUIPMENT - SUPPLIES
Willow Grove 1095
Trunk's Self-Service Market
MEATS - GROCERIES - PRODUCE
Free Delivery Ogontz 1115
Limekiln Pike at Willow Grove Ave.
Edge Hill, Glenside, Pa.
MILO G. SMITH
GAS - OIL - TIRES
Easton and Bradfleld Roads
Telephone, Ogoniz 0951
North Hills Supply Company
COAL - FUEL OIL
COKE - BUILDING MATERIAL
2908 Mt. Carmel Avenue
North Hills, Pennsylvania
REALTOR WILLOW GROVE 2115-2170
Howard A. L. Newman
Easton Road 8. Pershing Avenue
Philadelphia Ofhce-Stevenson 4-6740
RUBIN TARNOFF, Pharmacist
CANDY - ICE CREAM - soDAs
Phone: Ogdntz 3303
KESWICK PHOTO SHOP
Kodaks - Photo Supplies - Photo Finishing
GEO. W. GERDINC, jk., Prop.
289 Keswick Avenue Glenside, Pa.
285 Keswick Avenue,
A C E
CUT RATE STORE
ogom 4999 Pilgrim 5-3977
A. PERELL, Prop.
PERELL AUTO BODY WORKS
AUTO ACCIDENT REPAIRS
514 N. Easton Road Glenside, Pa.
Visit our Large Stationery Department
SCHOOL AND ART SUPPLIES
Appliances - Television - Furniture
Clothing - jewelry
357 North Easton Road Glenside, Pa.
Fresh Meats and Vegetables
joseph M. Ruggieri Michael A. Ruggieri
JEWELRY and FINE GIFTS
Frozen Food - Free Delivery
o r 8293 ' 2332 w J k' Rd ogom 6692
gon 1 ' en 'mown ' 9 E. Wharton Road Glenside, Pa.
' W. WASYNGER
406 Easton Road Glenside, Pa.
"Well Known for Quality at a
Very Reasonable Price"
R 8. R ESSO SERVICENTER
Good Service with a Smile
Tires - Batteries - Washing Sc Greasing
Easton Rd. 8. Tague Avo., Glenside, Pa.
Oggnfg 9252 Walter D. Riley, Prop.
KESWICK CYCLE COMPANY
Lionel Trains - Hobby Supplies
North Easton Road Glenside, Pa.
GLENSIDE BEVERAGE CO.
442 N. Easton Road
For Value and Variety it's the -
KESWICK 5 and 10
The Glenside Variety Store
363 Easton Road
FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Ogontz 4267 Lending Library
ABINGTON GIFT SHOP
GREETING CARDS A GIFTS
Hosiery and Costume jewelry
1104 N. Old York Road Abington, Pa.
Since 1926 For Service Call Ogontz 9338
ABINGTON SHOE REPAIR
Expert Workmanship - All Work Guaranteed
1122 York Road Abington, Pa.
1219 Old York Road Abington, Pa.
lopposite Abington Hospitalj
ABINGTON ANTIQUE SHOP
ANTIQUES BOUGHT AND SOLD
1165 Old York Road Abington, Pa.
ABINGTON BEVERAGE COMPANY
FOR YOUR FAVORITE BEVERAGES
C fl I I om Yonk ROAD
Free prompt delivery - S0 why rarry? Abingfonl Pg,
1815 Horace Avenue Abington, Pa.
THOMAS A. HIGGINS
Tires - Batteries - Accessories
York Road and Eckard Avenue
ooom 1975 F. r. D. A.
ogonu 2573-7706 J. LEHMAN
WI'-I-IAM G- STERNER REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE
FUEL OIL - APPLIANCES
1102 York Road Abington, Pa.
Oil and Gas Heating
1911 Susquehanna Rd. Abington, Pa.
LARRY'S BARBER SHOP
MARY ANTHONY SHOP
HATS BY GAGE FOR EVERY AGE
2 Barbers - Sanitary Service
1175 York Road Abington, Pa. Open Every hvemng
Next fo Fire House 297 Keswick Avenue Glenside
ABINGTON HOME APPLIANCE
GREETINGS FRONI -
GLEN FOOD MART
347 - 49 Easton Road
BENDIX Glenside's Finest and MOS! Complete
Sales and Service SUPER MARKET
1120 York Road Abington, Fa. Ogontz 5121
0f"""' 929' A. GIBBONI
ATLANTIC SERVFCE STATION TAILORING 8: DRY CLEANING
RICHARD P. KEYSER Delivery Service ogom 7320
York Rd. and Guernsey Ave.
Wmo H0 Buzwembyiv Sons
3316 N. Broad Sfreei, Philadelphia, Penna
BLACK fr STALFORD
CHAPEL HILL 0617 CHAPEL HILL 9483
BOUGHT, SOLD AND SERVICED
Philment Road 8 Second Street Pike, Belhayres, Pa.
There ls No Substitute
It cannot be dispensed with . . . or substituted for. . . It should be
of first consideration in every important undertaking. . . We
mean experience . . . the specialized experience such as we offer
in the field of School Annual photography. . . That is why year
after year, We have been honored by being chosen Official Year-
book Photographer by many leading Schools and Colleges . . .
Getting out a Yearbook is a once-in-a-life time undertaking.
It is therefore good to know that there is available to you all
the experience that is necessary to meet this unusual emergency.
You will find our organization skilled and resourceful . . . our
facilities and resources ample to meet every problem connected
with Yearbook Photography. i
Official Photographers for Gonzaga's Yearbook
1007 Market Street Philadelphia
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