Abington High School - Oracle Yearbook (Abington, PA)

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S ' ' l Z ' 1 . 2 4 ' I ' 2 1 Q 1 1 11 '1?1fEff1 A 1 J 1 l . , Where Lasting Friendships Are Formed It holds The juniors, on the roftd between, with much of thelr fear of the previous ye1r dissolved, still retain the apprehension of the future I or them ftwfuts 1 year of serlous study 1nd 1 host of new lctlvities -Xt list, the seniors 'Lccustomed to the wus of -Xbmgton le'1d the student body to the top of the pmnstcle They lefld IH stefxd of follow they help lnste 1d of being helped On of the new sophomores, thev look hopefully 1he1d still remembering the przst To them the key to the future is the p1st The three d1SflUCf groups, euh ffxced with 1ts own problems, work together for 1 better school 'and com munity The keystone of this group c ln be 1ccred1ted to miny things 1nd persons fltulty, zdmlnlstrltors, 1d visors, and parents But what holds these groups to gether in unison and hfzrmony so that when they 1re combined with the student body we heave a well oiled mach1ne9 This intangible force 19 trlendshlp md with out lt 'ill would be lost Ablngton High School hrst ln the llph lbet, hrst in 1 chievement, 1nd first in lttltude is 1 phr xse well known 1960 Ablngton Qemor High School le ldershlp friend ship sind service, the openmg of new vlst 19 of the fu ture, and the guardlng of events of the p mst Therefore we of the cliss of 1960, have declded to use 1s our theme the ties of friendship which blnd us together here If Ablngton now 1nd over the vears 654. . A : C C I , C V I ' . C - . . ' ' . . . 'i , . I . . . . . . . - . . . . . - 1 I u 1 I . . 4 I ,,. 1 - v the threshold of a far more frightening future than that by all Abingtonians. Along with this must go, "Class of , . 1 ' . . ,. , i . ' t : 1 3 , - . , . .X . . -,, . .X I .. . . t , . . . ., - . . ' , if . ' , ' ' . 2 ' . ' ' . . . ' i t 2. . S . - ' ' . ' ' ' 3 1 i . ' i. 2 . i i . I .. . i . . .g 2 ' 2 ' 1 3 1 - l l 5 ll 3 -XDNIINISTRLXI ION STL DhNTS ACTIXITIPQ XFHI P IILS 4 'I hrough the welrs no IUCIIYICILIHI h 1s bcen more closely ldentlhed w1th -Xbmgton Hlgh School th IH P I Gantt is 1nnov.1tor ol such -Xbxngton IHSII tutlons .ls GaI1 Nxght md the fibznqtmzzafz news p iper lS1H9plI'lI1g he td coach oflong st tndlng, as dlrector of dramft for the school cmd the commu n1tx, Nlr Gantt his become a I'I'dcIIl'l0I1 to two gener 1f1O!1S of -Xhlngton students In recognmon ofhxs enthusmsm Llllflflflg devot1on md low xl en de not IN etlmost ex ers held of actlx 1tx tssocmted wlth our h1gh school s dex elopment, the st1H of the IQIJO 'xblllgffhfl Orade respectfully dedlc ite tus public mon to Mr I lul I Gantt Irlmcd hx thc LIFIIQIIL floitlnsz stwc Control p1ne of thc hlgh school llldlfllflllm, 'Nlr Crtntt tppmrs lmld cqulpmcnt rhmr hc l'1l helped grow from slmplc wooden NIILXL to th ll cxcecdlng m tm com l'l1cI'Ll'll theatres P I in mtt tonndmq tlthcr ot thc Semor Plu qt -Xblngton stmds IH con fetcncc wlth the stiqe mm1gers of thls xeir s productlon Connle Hlslop Clwrc Cmmes, and Dotty Rosenberger C . , , , , . . . .q'. 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Dr. Stull Comgrafulates H , S .......Y, .. . . . Class ol '60 XOR x f S Qi 77 9 Q l -2 'Yr '. It is always a pleasant duty to extend congratulations to a graduating class. It is especially pleasant to con- gratulate the class of 1960. Your challenge was two-fold. First it was your task to preserve the traditions of two generations of Abing- ton students. Second, you were challenged to expand these traditions to greater heights and begin practices to be carried on by others. Academically, athletically, and extra-curricularly you have not fallen short of this high challenge. Your example of enthusiasm and progress will give further generations of Abington students an ambitious goal to attain in years to come. My sincere thanks are extended to your class for your loyalty and cooperation during this period of our great expansion. After graduation, life will call you into various paths. Further education, business, the home, and the armed services will shortly demand a practical demonstration of your accumulated education. Your role of organizer at the new Abington will, I am sure, serve you in good stead under varied conditions. In whatever group you find yourselves, please be assured ofmy sincerest wishes for your happiness and success. 9 School Lile Coordinated by Administrative gd 'Q-if r O H English Superintendent of Schools recentlx returned from 'in inspection of the school sx ttm or Vlesttrn Furopt md the boviet Union Dr lrv1nA Karam Ass1st:1ntPr1nClpal Dr VN Fugene Stull Principal Both as in arm ofthe community s will 'ind 'is 1 potent force in the formation of policies educ'1 tlonil, the Board of School Directors provides an interest in the ln es of the township s 9297 pupils at the highest locul administratlxe level Com posed of parents, friends, and neighbors of our IQOO high school students, the Board is ever at- tentive to the needs of Abingtonians throughout the district. -Ks sensitive in thought 1s its spar- kling new buildings 'ire modern in style, our Board of School Directors is an outsmnding ex- ample at the locfil level of social understanding .and selfless community service. Qfflclals KRD HI Q N x 1 N I' X n F 1111 71 T TUX u L VX YL 41 tl N r L U14 mr m L m1 1' T mrxnte.ndLnr Ur I I ixx X r mlm Tl 1m Un img Nlr Xxllll lm Br: d IL rumr 1 r C I 1 ll Mrx n Xlr N II in N lrump NI untpn mu n mur II ' Al 1" . N. H1 J, -' S 'HKXJL lJlRffL"I'UR. -'.Vmlr1l.' Nlr, Rza-'mvvnd N. Kr. ft, Nlr. :Xllvurr C. , IQCM Nl . flu-'run XYnrsrcr, Hr. Cilfl H. Hn-d L' . .Yfz I1 -g: NI . Pc " :xl R. Ri-lcr, Ur. H 'n 1 llzmm, Nlr, Ilvmzlld U. Fink, Nlr. Al, ll2lINilf1rI1 Rulwrrwn, N'lr,Sr:1nIuy N Pnixr, jr., llr. 'L H I".1'lixh. Nfztyf: .I .Fr -d' 'lg H. 'I'ur I , Affixrz rlinlxin wx NIL :gc 1 Dr. Nlguxriu- F.,'l'r11xz11,.-Xvif gmt NUI '- ' ' IA . :Ufk ,Bfyc ,Ad 1 'Xt xt' n-Xwiwtglnt.-Q11 . , H Ii. lhlfx Di" rl 'L1xw1'1lf'iC'sg. ha ,.z' 'L 'Pig' 47 Q . I P, I J i .4 It , Daud Alpert Marx Grace Ambler Guidance Nursmg Stalls Durlng hxs hlgh school cqreer exery -Xbmgton student may be usured of having mins frlendly contacts wlth hrs guldfmce counselor Dr N11 none s starl of hve professional counselors 1SSlStCd by three secretirles are a group on whose work the Jun never reaflv 5615 r very business day, both wln ter and summer, they are busy elther ldx lsmg stu dents or workmg out the lHfI'lCdC1CS of our neirly 2000 tsulor msde student rosters 1 colltgt nur hrs tuture educ mon D 'Nlzss Fmm1 Hslldem ln e1rnesrlx assists Don Dax IS ln choosing Dr L'1rl 'Nhnone guldlnce coorclmator, sll houetted bw the schools m'1ster schedule stmds re1dx to msert 1 document mto tht xtrlfix m lchme ulllmm lx Afmqfffng Mltchcll IL Batoff P1ul C1 Bt wer Plortnct O Benjnmln 45 Du .P ' 1 5 'Q , T? pmtx I ' : ' n I2 FN , Gller And To Students Nledlcal care wlthout the antlseptlc manner marks our Health Qulte Stall whose good taste and frlendlmess make -Xblngton s lnhrmarw a ple 1s1nt pl ice to be But ln lxne mth thelr usual posltlxe phllosophs 'Nlrs C lrroll md her st lfl do not 1LlITllDISfCI' the He llth QUITE IS 1 pl ice where the sltlx tome to suffer, hut rlther IS m lflVlU!'lg clepzrtment of the sghool tm whlth the well are lHVlI'Cd IH order to le 1rn how to stay that w xy XX 1ll11m W B1 Q. r Rmdnll C ll p xsrcmn ln N r Fstrlh sem nd mt tht f 1 J er x Helen XX B 'iq Har! CX Bomluallz I' 'Nlrs Pstrm school nurst 'Nhss Howard Htalth strx ICL stcretxrx md 'Nlrs L mrroll townshxp Dlrtt tor or Xurst xrt thmr usu nl lvnsx stlves at work m t t ht rlrh slllft Exelx n VS Brchm lohn BLU1S l' -X Brunner VHS fb E' Servlce With A Smale Nl'C.Rl4TfXRl-Xl SIAFI B Fr'1y lx Bonner F Moroff M Nloort M Howxrd P Stxcknu I' zkle B VN wrntr LCWISJ Capaldx Elmer E Carroll X Hazel Chrlstman 5531 aww' Rapport between Ablngtonlans and the school stall IS nowhere better evldenced th tn between our students 1nd secretarles Be lt stbsence note or early excussl, college conference or note from home, our frlendly secretwrxes ire 1lw ws refzdy to act as hason between the student md 'tdI11lh19fI'1 tlon The custodml and cafeteru stifls mdlspen sable members of the school commumty, also per form thelr varled tasks Wlth 1 zest well beyond the call of duty VN ere the total hours they have de voted to asslstlng wlth school 1ct1v1t1es computed we would hnd them as hard worlung and enthusl astlc IH maltmg our huge 3CflV1ty program a suc cess as the student body Itself Davld Clark Helen M Clark Lloyd R Co e I4 ,QAM bi Symbolizes Stall-Student Relations CUSFODI-Xl SIVXFF j Stexens H Bleyel C Dennis B Raven Borell P Dade H N ewton Rondmelll CHXPIVIPRI-X ST-XPF grated 5 Doherts BI llchmln H Rolnnson 'NI lee C Parrlsh l S1lkeld XI IJLIIIIILIFO M Wlllmms S1urm1n P xIlllLl' I' Rulnnson Ytandzng B Montague VN Berger B lxernen D Lorxwx P Renter I' Stuhttmger C Martell: H Cochrane B Ihesen NN 7 'Vik ,ar S-Q1 Mi-41 Ras mond -X Coleman 75 41 r-f Donald L Conrad oe Dunkle and Tom Fesmlrc antlclpate a hearty noon du meal wxth hungry exprewons 'Nhrgaret If hut oseph -X Dickerson Q'- Grace X Dans aneN Dawn 19 Af IC - I l l l l . ' 3, . ', I. ', . , . N.- A x If '. Q1'1 . f . C Af .' j, . .1 1 , . ,. . . , 1. . ,.. ga , . . ., .. 1, ,. 5 . K V .' . , V. ", . V , . w "I, . , ,.-b g , . .. VA ' V . ' K K . 14' lf? Q l illtef 5 V , its -Aikxi ,P -, 'I J l Y' " l ' x ' . I A ' "V x A f - , , -Z il A N J - , 5 1 . .EQ ' ,-A - A ' 1 - ' ' 1 -A , 1' 1 'U 4514! W' X . . X? C i , 4 . , it ' 1? P f Lure-rary Experrences Bring pnnuuvnv Irmk C rddrs md Nlllo. W 1rd conlpr mth 'Nlr Bxerly while others srudx md do research 1n AHS s SPlClUkIs hbmry George F Erb Y emard L Fegley fe fn ' as B xx I1 W mullet rln srur ent it -X nngron ls ln rerested IH enrermg upon lnghsh 1 1 n on ouupmon 111 llle or merelx 1 strengthenlnq lns POSITION wlrh hrs fellow men, the l'ngl1sh pYOgI'1lT1 it -XHQ his Courses borh requlred and electlxe to meet the needs of znx student ln ulrlltlon to the I'CS.flll1I' lI1QllNll courses whlgh pro xlde 1 sound bulxground ln grunmrr Lomposltlon 1nd hter lture such spul 1l 17ed subjects IS Lreatlve wrxtmg dr lm xt ICS, public spe along journ lllsm 1ndr1d1o and fClCYlSlOI1 workshop lnsprre our stu dents for roles of creatlve leadershrp Unch ll1lC1l meuns nd B1ll lxelso bue -Xlmmmson md Sherrx Qoopnr m lmproxmg thelr readmg habxts, 18 Mxss Nhrtln supervlses Mary Lou Fisher Xhlllam Foster Nelson B Gable Aubre M Glvler 3 16 Gs 5 15 bv I 4 I 1 Paul T. Gantt Allan A. Glatthorn .4 Recordings enliven Russian class for Sally Lyons Rick Yonker and Gerry Seigel Vlith the increasing importance of international relations Abington realizes the necessity of giving its students a firm background in foreign languages. By studying another language, students come to under- stand and appreciate the cultures and customs of our neighbors abroad. Besides selecting an active four- year course in classical l atin, Abingtonians may choose to study German Spanish l'rench, or Russian. 7 J. Mervin Gottshall William A. Grun Cultural Satistaction and Understanding ti ii 93 .I A I Scientists, Mathematicians W! Carole Lane Daud Arnaxz George Carty and Mr Re1t7 examine and Cl"1IlCl7C solid geometry projects Vhlllam T Haynes Joyce Hensley Kathy Arbogast and Mr Henning Storm our Danish exchange teacher, work out a plane geometry problem for the rest of the class Gertrude Herzog Ntorman H Hughes I eonard S Heverly Martin F Hubley GW al 18 I O W: W H r "ext My I W,-' ei Q , f if 5 1 :Z ' l ' 1 .4 l -54 ' A 1 f 4 5 'w ' , ' Q, M v- I if . ,., l f 1. ' H J f A Reeognmna the important role of mathematics in exerx walls of life, -Xbington s math department en deax ors to orier xaried courses to meet the needs of ill Nlanx students nnd the rudiments of -Xlgebra I and II, and plane geometrw satisfictorw, while those who lean tow 1rds higher mathem ities and future edu cation in them become involved in the lntricacies of trigonometrs solid geometry and Algebra III the -Xbington student 18 provided with an excellent background of our phssieal world 'ind is glven good preparation to lixe in the Coming space age 3lHSs up to date science department orlers everything from sophomore biologw, lunior and Senior science, to ad vanced bioloqs, chemistrv, and physics Dis ection ot a cat in adx anced biology prox es interesting for im Sullix an who has plans of becoming a doctor Druid Hunt Suzanne T. Jacobs Joseph E. jun-ich 2 Q2 ! I9 'R 9 W. is I Linda Nlcfuire and Heidi Flroad look in on the rats ham- iter' and mice in the animal room and check to see that everything i, in order. Ruth E. Krapf Ruth E. konkle Herbert R. Kerchner fu Q x ' 4 1 -. A-al Form ulate Life ol Tomorrow . . K . XX 2 f . Y 1 . V' " ' n - Xf f - , 3 H . K. "4-in . , ' H . Y . a . . . W p 1- i ", f I ', 1 . . NIM Q R. A Utilizing every facility in our modern science' wing, 3 . ' s V f r i 'JZ ' ' L - Y, . v C -L . U .V it I v I. . l I. . , A ' I , , I W' . 1 . ag Q .Q fl' p I 6-s Social Studues and Vocatlonal Students 4 'want 'Z Nancy Pletscher Bob Chrlstensen and M1ss Krapf show the rest of the class charts on How a law IS made Jean M Lamb Kathryn E Lauer Barbara Lauterbach Helplng Ablngtonlans to understand more fully their country s hlstory, soclety, and economy, as well as 1fS relatlonshlp to other countrles IS the soclal studles department In addltlon to the tra d1t1onal courses the department thxs year requlred W orld Cultures, a new course sharxng the senlor llmellght Wlfh Problems of Democracy -Xmld the flags of many natlons procured from thelr home lands by lntrepld teachers, Ablngton students learn the rudlments of lnternatlonal eooperatlon at the personal level Dorothy L Lemmert Dommlc Lessa wx! 20 Catharme E Lobach II 'ltt' ,, l f 1 my-ii' O .A h ' " t 4- me tt ' . I t - . 'A A J I.: N S ' Q- '.- -- t 4 "I: 'Z 1. ZZ!" .I I - , . 3 s V A-' y ' , ' u ' In , . . at I ' tb. Seek Practucal Applications The completed vocational department has re cently moved into the new wing ofthe hugh school placing all the shops once agaln under one roof These students now have an addition to their al ready well equipped shops Vocatlonal students devote half of thelr time to academic subjects, wh1ch prov1des them with a well rounded education SCHIOFS who quallfy have an opportunity to participate 1n the cooperative education program This program endeavors to tram the students through havmg them work lh the pOS1t10US whlch they w1ll pursue IU later llfe Charlotte V. Lord William I. Lucian ot I-llstory Chuck Supplee turns the wheel in shop and watches the chips fly as a college preparatory student in one ot the industrial arts elective COLITSCS Fred Ployd and Mr. Grun seem to disagree on the exact measurements of the piece of wood th1t they re working on. Jane G. McDonald Martha McFarland 'Q' '21 "ag Kathrynj Martin Dr. Carl Manone Tomorrows Better Business World DE students Penny Roach and Harry Lenz gam experlence ln retaulmg as they serxe Donna Cooper and Ed Moody at the school store The Dlstrlbutue l'dLIC'1flOI1 course enibles the student to get pr 1ct1c ll trfunxng ln retzulmg before after, and durmg school hours at the school store -X speclfil feature of thus course en lbles SCI1lOI'INCl11 bers to get vlluxble tr umng for thelr future C1 reers bs worltmg 1t tn tctual job IN the afternoon along wlth thelr regul tr mornmg clftsses 'Nlr lxerchner 1nd ltnore leom tell mowmg men oin Shup lls and Harm I enz how to zrrlnge items 1n DE shows lst Stevej Vlelmeck NI B NICSSIHQCI' Robert C 'Nllller Kenneth E 'Nhller Elsle 'Vly ers HHYFISOH NRCS 5- 1... 22 'tg I . I . - I ,J V, H1 M f 2 ,.- S ' . K . L 2 2 L. . . . . , X 6 . 1' i t L Z. ' L K 1' lf . . ' . x . ' " "1 ,"-I. .' 1' ' 1' , ., 1 z 1 3 . cl, ' I Pi gh., g K f ,. ll Q x . l A , t Q. , Shaped By Todays Students XM As posltlons 1n the buslness world lncrease, our buslness department keeps up Wlfh the pace Book keepers, stenographers, and accountants to be, get expert tralnlng ln business procedure After prellmlnary tra1n1ng1n thelr sophomore year, busl ness students branch out lnto thelr speclallzed areas These students go lnto the same Fields after graduatlon or further trammg 1n buslness schools Bobby KHSIII and Anne Hovden tally column of figures on thelr adding machines Oyce Rawly demonstrates bookkeeping machme to Gladys Taylor and Mr Mlller 1- -g9fm"3c Ellzabeth Palmer Jane A Oswald I Edwm Vagel Wxllxam Waumann Joseph Olson Murlel M Ortllp GN 93 Y, f 1,7 n at ., . , X -3 I V ,,,. - 5 N ' . - f - L , W lr 1 - - I , , ff' fx y , L A ,a gf 4 A . . . . A - Y X . 'W ' '. a V , ' ! 11:5 K I Q t.:M" - 4 V512 ZETVW -' ' A ' 'filf 1 , . - Qi Q7 X ' My, xs,. l'SZs3il5'7b' yr A W , pjfvg. 5- f, if 1,5 Q V K 'klr ' V . , k X K . -- 2. , .. XX Q A f . . , 1 , ., '- H -. 2 , ' K ' - 'ff' Q pf rf! sniff lt X si. - , - 7 1. , J D . 5 ' ' '7 X.. ---Ln..,...,.. Fine and Practical Arts Almington's Art Department presents a well- rounded program designed to, meet the needs of both serious art students and dilettantes. Mr. I-Idwin Nagel and Mr. Joseph Olsen, the art in- structors, guide the students talents along the Charles F Pawlmg S Lewxs Penfield Al, 41 Mr Olson supervises Penny Urms as she creates 8 WZIICI' COl0X' pillntlflg A vase takes shape on the pottery wheel under Davrd Hartmaler s skmllful hands and Mr Olson s able mstructlon Irvln Pinto aesthetlc path Ihrough class and extra proj ects IU jewelry, ceramlcs, or palntlng orl, water color, or charcoalj as well as ln gouche for the advanced student, art students learn the funda mentals of thelr sub1eCt at uv' 4-uf-1 'Wt awk 4-Mfr Theresa H Pletz Edna S Powell Robeg-tj Rapp is' 24 m Xx Pursued at Abington osle Connell and Dons Strrcltler demonstrate to Shella Axe Beverly VN arnoclt Lmda Bancroft Sandy Scott and Miss Davis that cooking donuts can be fun Ernest Rauch ia X Nlany enjoytble moments are spent by e student body each year IH loolslng at the art s play tn the hall OUfSldC the art sulte Through thls d1splay, art students TCCCIVC the recognltlon they deserve Glrls who talse the home economlcs course Abrngton learn not only the fundamentals of coolslng and sewlng but 'also acqulre knowledge about shoppmg for food, plannmg and servlng meals, carlng for a house and chlldren, and pre sentlng a well ordered home They learn the dutles of 1 homemaker and how to fulhll them most clently lt IS certaun that any glrl completlng the home CCOHOITIICS courses otlered at -Xbmgton can be considered 1 more than competent homem xlser of tomorrow Robert G Reltz Lonzle D Rmker r I 25 Charles C Roberts Norman VN Schmid Frank Sauter 1 Y - - Cl J ' . I L4 I I I . A Y rl VY I D D . L . 2 ' . th J ' . ' ' ' " . di:- ' t . ' ' ' at . 1 Y. x . , 1 . V . 4 . L 4 - v - . . ' ' , eth- I ' . . . 4 .H i rl M . Y C59 ly, ' J Q x , - 5 X ,S In J . l' S Abingtonians Ably Directed The Nlusic Department might be called .-Xbingf ton's public relations section. Through the various concerts and local appearances, our music units have put Abington on the social map. The vocal section includes the A Cappella Choir, junior- Senior Chorus, and the Sophomore Concert Choir. The annual Christmas concert, given by this sec- tion, and the spring concert are two of the most awaited events of the year. The instrumental classes include band and orchestra as well as the harmony course which is held three times weekly before school. lnder the direction of Nlr. Gott- shall, Mr. Gable, and Xlr. Shade, the Music De- partment continues to progress into the sixties. A tree studs pcriod Finds Barrs Iearn at the organ console for practice Charles E Schneller Sanford -X Secor 4 'QS M Mr Shde conducts the orchestra 1 major subject for those who participate, in dailx rehearsal Mem bers of the violin section pictured here include Andy Wildrick Ginny Felten Pennw Lrnis, Dave Leith man, and Peter Cienlxowsl-ti Edward R Seltzer C I ester Shade Richard C Shepherd William D 'NI Shrewsburx , 5 L lr- 26 1 1 . D N . V . I n D . . . I ' I - 'I I T i T T V: V x .Y T ' G. . . , . i . Q U ' . . . . ' ,' Jr. 1' t 1 qi I i' "' ' vel , i x, J qs ' n' Q ' x ' vi... T A '- ' ' . ' I J I ' .. I . A Q if 4 A A' A fi ,ii-i "W I ti' ' This year, because of the lncreasmg importance of driving in our society, all junlors were required to take at least a theory course in driver education For those who wished to take drlving as an elec tive, the school offered the practical part of the course in a new car donated to the school each year by Bryner Chevrolet It is hoped that through the extensive education in good driving given at Ab mgton, a dent may be made in the toll of trafic accldents in the future To insure this eventuallty a host of guest speakers, exciting dramatic skits, and sometlmes costumed instructors took to the audion stage under Mr Raymond Coleman s in splred direction to raise dr1v1ng instruction from dull routine to memorable experience The Driver Ed car threads its way through poles set up 1n the student parking lot Mr Secor checks Pat Medlin s driving skill as Sue Mousley and Gladys Taylor await their turns at the wheel X Q - fDa,a,l W V 'ir "' D. Paul Simmons Ellwood J. Smith Us-1 4 Frances Smith I fwfr 27 ames R. Smith Anton F. Stanis Glenn R. Snodgrass wg, 5 ln Fields ol Music and Driving ia! iii, W Wm- M iiii MMM'-mb x ilx ..... l W Q "4 " ' mu r ' 1 L i K 8 ' ft tai if Q J iv. Abington 5 Athletic Mentors 'i x "'1 wok Modern d mce 12 the actnltx lh thlb Qemor glrlb gsm class 12 Harriet Duvtes D1 me Ch1rno GIUI Corwon and Sallx -Xmbler perform under the wltchtul exe or N11 N Lhrlstman Bldmmton occupies 1 bow phx x1c1l educarmn class 1n one ot the Henning Storm Robert H Stout ll. '55 r, ,,,...., Mrgutzr., . . M..- , Q. . ......,,5g'- Your sections ot the gx mn lSlllI'T'l L Nan Thomas Tazgert G Donn Tea Vhlllam M Toplls Alfred L Wandhng Q ji .- ., . , , gn., .1 A 4 . ,.- I t :Ei U . ff. gn ,tg Ve. . fp . 'ZF' zz- ,. -' A. I 1' 1 ,- ADI, Y'-fur-A Y E. , ,AL f - - V . , .fa -1 A. .f 't - 28 Instruct IU Pool and Gym -Xblnqtons phvslcll CLll1C'lYlOl1 deplrtmerlt IS well htted wltll IFISIFUCICJYS md CKILIIPXTICFII' Is llflngir sh lped gylllllflslulll ls the greltest exe mteher of the entlre llulldlng .md lts olxmple slled pool IS 11 rlrltx for l lllgll school He llrh edu CIYIOH, llso 1 plrt of tlle eollrse, IFISYYLICIS future Cltlfens lll the proper lfflfllklti toward rlle llle vslllch thew wlll lice upon grldulrloll Xl ltll tllese hne ficllltlee plus 1 CONQCICHIIOLIS sr lil rlle pllx NI ml educeltlon depirtmerlt llllprowes the sportslll lll slllp, coordlrmtlon, 'md generll pllyslc ll flfllCSS of Ablngtonlans Is'lbel W Yerry Donald 9 Vlllloughby 44 'G-1 'Nlr N lumlnn md Wlmmlng flld Dotts Norrls smlle ll the results of thelr te lCl'llIlL keep x our he1d dl xx n l 'Xlrs P1lmer S watchword tor noslce dller Plmnor Nlouslu Edward G XX olt Qhaslor W oodruff Y? 29 Wllllam W Y oung Albert W XXTIZIII 1 . , N. 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IU ANN -XD-XNIN Collegelrepamlory 11 ,, I xper 'NI1ll R4 1d NI1. xdowbrook o -Xnn un1or Ncmor Chorus 3 Gala Xlgllt 3 French Club -Xfhl1at1on , IH-X , Nemor Play bp1r1tComm1ttee3 Dog House 3 Yearbook 3 o inn transferred from Sprmg Held fvsp Semor Hlgh She plans to major 1n home econom1cs 1n college RON -XI D -XDKXIN l0ff1f'0"Ul 4, 'Norwood -Xunut R 1 lx n 1mm Xoc1t1on1l Dmct Comrmtttt I C urm in Ronny vmnt to bt 1pr1ntcr mer erxmg 1 term 1n tht N my NI' RONIC-X -XD-XNIS Busmesf ladzzralzon cg Ham1lton -Xxenue Vhllovs broye Ronny un1or Prom PH-X , School Store 3 Mall Room 1 Xeron1cf1 enqoys all sports 'I he future sees her 1n the bus1ness e d C -XROI IOI cr -XLBILRI -X Bu.rzne.rf Fdueatzon Q41 Sunnycrcst Road, Xkxllow Cyroyc Carol FH-X 1 3 I Bl A 1 Correspondmg Secretary Mce Presldent 3 Sophomore. OTICUIQIIOD Comm1ttee 2 3 LIIIIOI' Prom Flag Baton 3 I' lculty 'Md bp1r1t Comm1ttee 3 Semor Prom Dog House 1 Ghost Patrol 2 Carol plans on a career as a secretary 13. RICHARD 5 ANCJLIL General 60 VI 'mamaker Road Baederwood D1ck lb mterested 1n cars, belongs to the .Sleepers Club, and has a part txme job as a mechame He plans to yum the A1r Iroree after graduatlon RL FH ANTRIM College Preparatory ,68 Central Ax enue Ardsley Ruth B1ble Club 1 3 un1or Play Gala Nlgllt 3 bemor Play bp1r1t Comm1ttee 3 Ruth wants to be a nurse 'XLPHO'NbO 'XRNIINIO College Preparatory 622 Old VN elsh Road Wlllow Cmrowe Al coaches l1ttle league baseball He plays on h1s church basketball and baseball teams The future sees Al as a real estate agent DM ID H -XRN -XII College Preparatory 12,3 Huntmgdon Road, Ablngton 'Daye", Vlrestlmg 1, 3, I eo Club 1, 2, 3 Daye plans to go to college to become a mechamcal eng1neer bl -.X G- 5-XLI X IXMBLER College Preparaiorv o66Parkx1ew -Xvenue -Xbmgton Sally Hockey I Lat1n Clubl Spanlsh Club Gala'N1ght 3 lumor Play bophomore Or1cnt1t1on Commlttee un1or Prom Semor Prom, bemor Play bally wants to be a nurse DIANA BARCLAX AVDERSONI College Preparatory P1perm1ll Road Meadowbrook D1nny bw1mm1ng 1, ,3 Lacrossel 2 Hockey 3 Span 1sh Club un1or Prom D1nny w11I attend college 47' in II 9--. i ROBERT ALBERT BALDERSOW JR College Preparalory 735 Castlewood Road Glenside Baldw Riflel StagecraftIIorkshop1 Yarsitw A Club 1 2 3 Latin Club 1 Gymnastics 3 'Xdxanced Science Club 3 Photography Club 1 3 President 2 Bob w1ll go on to college LIXIDA. BANCROFT General 2061 Susquehanna Street Abington Linda Intramural boftball1 3 FHA 3 un1or Prom Spirit Committee 3 Senior Prom Drill Team Alternate 3 Linda wants to be a hairdresser iii Q' CAROL LYNNE ARNOLD College Preparalory 1436 Bryant Lane, Meadowbrook "Carol"g PFTA IQ FHA IQ Bible Club Ig Gala Night lg Span- ish Club 1 2- Yearbook 3- Spirit Committee 3- Senior Play- Semor Prom Carol hopes to go on to college QHEIL-X NIYR-X -KXE College Preparatory 3 Andrew Road Huntingdon I allex bimi PFT-X 1 Senior Plav Senior Prom She enjoxs golf and softball Sheila wants to be a nurse DOVALD B-XRER College Preparalorg 541 Gibson -Xxenue Hollx wood Don Rifle 1 Photographx Club Bowling Club 3 Don enlffys water skiing swimming and boating His future plans include college lfgfafmngf 346 Oakdale -Xwenue Glenslde im enjoys fixing up cars and is a member of the Sleeper s Rod and Custom Club He wants to be a mechanic PATRICIA BARRI College Preparatory 943 Grisdale Road Roslxn Pat junxor Prom Gala Night 3 FHA 3 S mor Prom Art1st1c Pat plans to attend a junior college to prepare for a career as a foreign secretarx I OUIS B ARSRI Ceneml 1430 Huntingdon Pike Huntingdon I alles Lou Football 1 Stagecraft W orkshop Dulcet xoice of A R T XY s Nlorning Program Lou came to us from Frank ford two mars ago He wants to work on radio or TI SLSAN RLTH B-XLNI -KN College Preparatory 046 Nloreland Road -Xbington Nue Swimming Ni nchronized Swimming 3 I atm Club un1or Senior Choru un1or Prom AHHIZIIIOH 3 -X Cap pella Choir 3 Senior Prom Senior Plas Que transferred from Henri Ford High Bchool in Detroit 'Nlichigan XI ILLI-XXI P-XLI B-U FRSFELD Feneml 941 Henrietta -henue Huntingdon Yalles Bill Baseball Senior Prom Bill tran ferred here from C ir dinal Dougherty His future plan include college and business admlmstration 'V' D Y 1 1 Y . . . . . 4 'W ' I v T A I 1 .. -- -,,- . . , . . . 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Ll 1 , B1ll vs mrs o me 1 prlntgr BARR-XRX I-XXI' Bl' -Xl NIKYVI Ffllege Prepmalfu O lmrltwood -Xxenut lox Lh lse Nhnor Blrlv Nophomort Lhorus 1 Swlmmmg 3 Irmrosse Stu tnr L lLIY'lCll 1 3 Lolor hu d , Nophomort F1 tnt1t1on Comnutttt 1n1or Pl umor Prom Semor Pl xx Mmor lrom Yulrbook , C 1l1 Night , Blrlm hopes to ztttnd tolltgc Shu tnjoxs sports tsptcr lllx vmttr slsnng DW IGHI BI- LH I Pl floffege Preparalmy 108 Wxnnewood Ro 1d Ablngton Dwmght Bind 1 3 Orchestra 1 3 jumor Hl5IOf1HHS L, Dwlght enjoxs CUllCCIll'l5 records H1s future plans mclude a collegt eclumtlon rs ,W --...L 45' Barbara Blumlvtrg stnlxes an cngagmg pose as secretary to ' Boss" Stexe XX e1ss to 1n1t1ate our semis of pfOmlSlng students for Semor Superlatnes Ihexr lJl19lIlES5 3fIlIUdCS are well calculated tor the 'Nlost I 1lselx to Nucceedn 1n vshatex er goals thes set x4 34 .f Q 1 , 1. , lf " 'Q' s M71 Q lf'-If W -s Nl . 'Q -l. '- -, No Hills MP1 11t"gl"Bl,.-X 11. sh lol. 1 ' 1, iq. :X jr' ' V' gs 1 sl j. 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BLL NIBERC College Preparatory 4 Nieetmghouse Road enkmtown Barby Hockey 1 2 3 Lacrossel GIAC3 StudentCounc1l Treasurer 3 un1or Play Class of 60 Treasurer umor Prom Semor Play Sen1or Prom Sp1r1tComm1ttee Year book 3 Oracle 3 After attendmg college Barby w1ll become a commerc1a1 artlst ROBERT BOCRR-XTH 1 30 Woodland Road -Xbmgton Bocky Footba1l1 3 Baseball I XHYSIIY -X Club 3 Honor OOCICYQ athlete plans on a college educanon X1 ILLIAM BODMANI 640 Fernwood Avenue Ros n B111 Basketball B111 plans to go o become a prlnter PETER BOGDANESCU 703 Monroe Avenue Ardsley College Preparatory 3 Leo Club1 2 3 3 Tlns outstandxng V Voeatzonal ocat1ona1 school to College Preparatory Pete umor HISIOFIHHS 2, 3 A Cappella Cho1r 2 3 SCIENCE and Photography Club 3 Forum Club 3 Pete w1ll go on to college CARLA BOYD College Preparatory 1059 Old York Road Ab1ngton Carla Sophomore Or1entat1on Comm1ttee 3 Synchromzed Sw1mm1ng1 2 3 un1or Prom Sw1mm1ng A1d3 Sw1mm1ng 3 Gala W1ght I 3 Semor Play Senlor Prom Carla lntends to go to Centenary JUHIOI' College and take art JOHN BOND1 College Preparatory 2064 Horace Avenue Ab1ngton Dond1 Leo Cl 111 1 2 Presldent 3 Varslty A Club 2 N1cePres1dent3 Honor SOCICIY3 Baseball 1 2 3 Basketball 1 2 3 ohn enjoys play1ng golfm h1s spare t1me He s hoplng to attend e1ther Muhlenburg or Franklm and Marshall W IRGINIA MARIS BONNER College Preparatory 1829 Roberta Avenue Ab1ngton MZFIS PFTA 3 Spamsh Club 2 3 jumor Prom Sen1or Prom JAC Commxttee 2 We see her 1n the future as an ele mentary teacher AVDREV1 BOREK College Preparatory 1561 Mar1an Road Ab1ngton Andy ,lumor Play jumor Prom A Cappella Cho1r 3 French Club 1 Sophomore Or1entat1on Comm1ttee Sen1or Play Sen1or Prom Andy enjoys bowlmg l1sten1ng to mUS1C or sw1mm1ng m h1s spare t1me SUSAN BOSSOCK Banner: Edueatzon 350 Taque Avenue G1ens1de Sue FBLA 3 FHA 1 2 3 Gala N1ght 1 2 3 jumor Play Semor Play Sen1or Prom judo Club 3 Sue hopes to attend the Pasadena Play house College 1n Cal1forn1a where she w1ll study actmg 'NANCY BOW LES College Preparatory 1815 ody Road, Meadowbrook Nancy Gala N1ght 3 Jumor Play Sen1or Play umor Prom, Yearbook 3, Tennls 3, AFl'111at1on 3 FRANCIS BRENNAN Distriautire Edueation 1446 Grovania Avenue, Abington Fran Baseball I 2 Intramural Basketball FBLA Fran s hobby lS model I'alll'O3d1hg He IS army bound upon gradua t1on from Abmgton ROBERT BRIDGE College Preparatory 2144 Oakdale Avenue Glenslde Bob Leo Clubl 3 Trackl 3 Vyrestlmgl 3 Cross Country 3 EDWARD BRIGHTON College Preparatory 607. Baeder Road Baederwood Ed Football 1 Soccer 2 3 Key Club 1 3 un1or Play THERMAV BRITT College Preparatory lI4O W heatsheat' Lane Abmgton Toby 5WlmmlDg 1 3 Intramurals Toby transferred to Abmgton 1n h1s jun1or year from La Salle H1gh School 1n Philadelphia He enjoys small game huntxng and flshmg .IEFFREY LEE BROWNI Ogontz Center Campus Pennsylvama State Un1vers1ty Abmgton eff SOCCCYI 2 3 Gymnast1cs3 TCDUISI 3 Vars1ty A Club1 2 3 Student Councml Cala Nhght 3 Casual eff enjoys playmg the drums 1n h1s spare t1me College Preparatory jOHNl MITCHELL BROWN Busxneu Educatzon 923 TCHDIS Avenue Ardsley B belongs to the Golden Hawks Sale Dnvmg Club He plans to get a job 1n the held or automotne RCCCSSOTICS IN AN CY BRONX N College Preparatory 1459 W ashmgton Lane Rydal Nan Synchronxzed Sw1mm1ng 1 Lat1n Club 1 Swxmmmg Captaxn 3 Honor SOCICIQ 3 PFTA 3 Sophomore Or1 entat1on Comm1ttee 3 Nan wants to enter VN est Chester State Teachers College STANLEY BRUBARER General 94 Brown Avenue Huntlngdon Xalley Tall Stan lxkes to make thmgs He hopes to go 1nto the A1r Force after he graduates 1 W if 1 ffl! l KH THOMAS BRITT I484 erlcho Road Abmgton Tom Basketball 1 C1ulf3 Tom who IS college bound would llke to attend Duke He s the l1fe ol any partv College Preparatory BARBARA BROWN College Preparatory 1330 Lenore Road Meadowbrook Bqfb HUCIWY I 3 Lacrosse 3 Basketball 1 PETA 2 3 Sophomore Onentatlon Qomm1ttee 3 umor Prqym Gala N1ght 1 2 3 Sen1or Prom un1or Play Sen1or Play Student Counc1l 3 Oraele 3 Spamsh Club 1 Barb s plan mng to go to Sh1ppensburg State Teachers College J' A.. 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Y A, l - . . 11 '1 1 -1 1 ' 1 ' . . , Q . 1 f 1 . 1 Y " - 1 . . fy. ff - x - X if Sports Spawn Fruendshlps That l, 1- 'W' LAROLE BUELL Bu.fme.s.r Eduealzon 688 Pembroke Road enklntown Carole enjoys dancing roller skating and listening to the radio bhe will become a secretary LOUISE BURGER College Preparalor-y 434 Faxrhlll Avenue Glenslde Louise Basketball 1 lacrosse 1 umor Prom Class of 60 Council 2 3 Senior Prom Senior Play German Club 2 3 f ala Night 1 2 3 A Cappella Choir 3 Sophomore Chorus 1 Sophomore Orientation Committee 3 Latin Club I She plans to enter college in the fall JOAN BURROUGHS College Preparalory 823 ackson Avenue Ardsley oannle umor Prom Spirit Committee 3 She spends her spare time reading cooking and swimming oannie aspires to become an airline stewardess JOHN BUSHNELL College Preparatory 1470 Rockwell Road .Abington Bush ' Football 2- Soccer 1' Wrestling 1 - Co-Captain 3' Gymnastics 3- Leo Club - 3- Varsity A Club 2 3' Sopho- more Orientation Committee 3. ohn will pursue a medical career. R Wlll IAM BRLCRER Voeatzonal 511 Cricket Ay enue North Hills Bill Rifle 2 3 Alter the seruce he will attend college where he will study to become a tool design engineer HENRY BRUSC A College Preparalory 1340 Old Ford Road Huntingdon Y llley ank Basketballl Xarsity A Club g Baseballl Hank plans to go to Holy Cross ind ey entually go into bu mess for himself BETTY BUBECK Bufzrzerf Edueatzon 2454 Ardsley Avenue Glenside Betty FBLA 3 French Clubl N111lRKDOmI 3 Betty plans to enter the business world DAVID BUCKHOLDT College Preparalory 1031 Highland Avenue Abington Due Band I 2 3 Honor Society 3 Dance Band 3 Tennis I 2 3 Basketball 1 Wheel Club 3 Dave plans to go l!1t0 the field of medicine ee' Will Survive The Decade Bula lxcim find Helen Hurchexon, Alnngtons choice of superlitlwe ithletes, take 1 moment out from their more zcrive pursuits to trime the gym scene uf some of their triumphs ROBER I' BH E I ocalzonaf 16 4 Rockwell Rrnd -Xlmingrun Bols is prepumg to liccume 1 p1tternm1lxcr thruubh hi hoblix of woodworking HL ix ilsu lnterestnd in CIFN W -XY XP BY F Colfrge Prrpumtorx 0: 9144 risd ile Ruud Roslin W ix ne Cross Lounrrx I 3 XX une is 1nrcrutLd ln photog A JOHN C -XIRNS Bnfzmf fdlzcatzon 46 I inden -M Lnue, hlcnxidc I x Nxnchruniled Nwimmlni. Nha enyiu mricd hnlwlnu xuch 1x muxic collecting puctrx reading xwimmimz boating 1nd Qk lrinxz JOHN C-XNNINC Folfrge Prrparatori A' 6 6 'Nlurednn Raid, Huntinadun X illex ack Crov Countrx I NPIYIILIJHIIHIIIEB I 3, Dog Home I Npmich Club 1 Tmck G1l1 Night -X Cappella l Choir 3, Thu ill round Qui plfin to become 'ln 'architect 39 ... M A13 ,' 3 Y , M ' , . . , . . ' . . . 3 . . ' z 3 . ' 11 V 3 . I- Az v , sv 1 A' A ' 'Q vi , , , ' 2 ' - . , . ' 3 Q . - - . . z 'i I s Y - 5- . V . 1 1 4 , 4 g I. U if 1 , v.' if - li' ' ' ' ' rziphy. He wishes ru lmecurnc il pharmacist. I . 1 I " i , , . aj"g Q " ' 3 2. I H ' '. '- , , , ' j, z 3,. ' 3, , 2 S: ' . .I r , . . . . Y l ' 4 -l 2. . . 3 . 3' J - -- , - - . -, V , . 3 . ,lg .'lg ..A3 l,3g. . 3 ' I . ' 3 3' . s . . ' . DOROTHY CEN EX IX A Bunnesx Edumlzor 1753 Falrvlew Ax enue Vhllow Grove Dottle FBI A 3 School Store The future Fmds her 1n the buslness world DOUGLAS CHADWICR General I33O Rothley Avenue, Roslyn Doug Band 1 2 3 Orchestra 1 3 Gala lN1ght 1 2 3 Abmgtones 1 3 Muslc mmded Doug enjoys plaung the drums ln dance bands or combos He plans to jom the Lnlted States Navy School of Mus1c BILRTR-XND CARFH Ceneral ,So Glen Road enlontown Bert Swlmmmg 3 Bert a member ot the Sleepers Rod and Custom Club I5 an outboard motor raclng tan SLE CARNEX Bu.r1ne.f.f Edufatzon 2153 Ham1lton Ax enue -Xbmgton SUSIE Gala Nlght 3 FBI A 3 She enjoss svummlng and danclng and plans on 1 secretarlal career lh the busmess world BARBARA CARSON DlJ17Ibl4fI e Edumtzon 322 Roberts AY enue Glens1de Barb Blble Club 3 Sophomore IJTICFIYHYIOII Comm1rt6e 3 umor Plas flbmgtoman 3 She plans to become a buyer m a department store GEORGE CARTY College Preparatory 210 Woodlyn Road, Glensnde Carty Swxmmmg 3 George a new student at -'lblngton IS 1nterested 1n aft and jan He plans for a career 1n the adw er t1s1ng Held 'WWE BARRY CHAPMAN College Preparatory 2007 Cor1nth1an Avenue Ablngton Barry Bandl 2 3 Ab1ngtones1 Ixey Club Student Councll 1 2 3 Intramural Basketball 1 3 Soph omore Orlentatxon Commlttee 2 3 Gala xlgllt 3 Student Councll Electlon Chaxrman 2 Semor Prom Barts hopes for an engmeermg career DIANE CHARWO College Preparalory 1547 Wllll3mS Road, Abmgton Dxane Sophomore Chorus 1 A Cappella Lholr 3 Or chestra 1 2 Secretary 3 umor Prom Russlan Study Club 2 Sophomore Or1entat1on Comm1ttee 3 Yearbook 3 Gala Vxght 1 3 Semor Plas Duane wants to be an elementarx school teacher MERLYN KAY CHERRY Busznefs Educatzon M111 and Coates Roads Meadowbrook Kay Sophomore Chorus I Abrngtoman Edltor 3 Eur opean Study Tour 2 FBLA 3 Blble Club 3 un1or Prom Semor Prom Sophomore Onentatlon Commlttee 3 Her am b1t1on IS to become a medlcal secretary after completmg a college educatnon ROBERT CHRISTENSEN College Preparatory 2013 Chester Avenue Abmgton Bob enjoys woodworkxng and constructmg model trams He hopes to become an a1r force pllot ,J Y 'Y ' 3 ' 6 . , . 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Y 1- av ' ' ' ' SHIRLEY CLARK College Preparatory 1626 Arnold Avenue Willow Grove Shirley Sophomore Organization Committee 1 Band 2 She will become an elementary school teacher upon comple tion of college GEORGINIE CLASS Banner: Education 627 Seminole Avenue Fox Chase Manor Georgie FBLA 3 FHA 3 Junior Historians 3 She collects records and enjoys rock and roll Georgie wants to be a typist CRAIG CLINTON College Preparatory 439 Abington Avenue Glensxde Craig Abzngroman 1 2 3 Oraele 1 2, Editor 3 News Bureau 2 3 Yearbook3 Junior Play Spanish Clubl Epztome 2 3 StagecraftVlforkshop1 Junior Historians 2 Craig Abmg ton s formost cartoonist will major in journalism at North Westefn DIANE COBB General 2915 Woodrow Avenue Ardsley Diane Stagecraft Workshop I 3 Gala Night 2 3 Senior Play Well known voice ofA R T W Diane aspires to become an actress MW EARLE CONRAD 837 Fernhill Road Glenside Earle A Cappella Choir 3 Sophomore Chorus I Key Clubi Varsity A Club 3 Rxiie Teaml 2 3 umor Historians 3 President 2 College Preparalory DONNI A JUN E COOPER ISSO Acorn Lane Abington Donna Sophomore Chorusl Gala Nightl 2 3 junior Play' Science Seminar 3' Yearbook 1 2 Editor-in-Chief 3' Affiliation 1' Swimming Aid 3' Synchronized Swimming 3. Our illustrious editor plans to become a veterinarian. College Preparatory VIRGINIA MARY CORSON College Preparatory 34- Central Avenue North Hills Gini ' unior Prom Chairman' Senior Prom Chairman' Spirit Committee President 3' Spanish Club 3' Drill Team Alternate 3' Student Council - 3' Class of 60 Council 2 3. Gini will go to Abington Hospital where she will prepare to become a nurse. PHILIP COLRTER Vocational 356 Cricket Avenue, North Hills "Phil" is a shopteacher at the Abington Senior High Adult Night School. His hobby is woodworking. HERMINE VICTORIA COHEN College Preparatory ll4l Harriett Road Huntingdon Valley Vicki Varsity Cheerleader 3 Lacrosse 1 2 3 Junior Prom Advisor Room President 2 Gala Night 2 3 Senior Prom JOSEPHINIE CONNELL General ISIO Grove Avenue Nloble osie FHA 2 3 School Store 3 Junior Historians 3 osie s future is in the home economics Field Class ol oO DISCOVGFS 1-."'l I ULIPN LRISTAI DI Genera! 58 enkmtown Road Gl6hSldE louxc Swxmmmg 1 Baseball 1 3 lou enjoys cars and plax mg mckle football P-XTRICI-X CROOK5 Banner: Edumlzon IOI Clalre -X1 enue Huntlngdon X alle 5 Pat Sp1r1t Commlttee 3 FBI A 3 Mallroom bhe hopes to attend buslness school and then find 1 posmon m thls field DOROTHX CRLTCHFIELD 1,4, Prospect Ax enue Vllllow C rowe Dot Oracle 3 umor Prom Senlor Prom Basketball 3 Dot plans to become a tx PISI Busznexr Edueatron JANET CLNINIINS 3 , FHIFWHS Road Huntlngdon X alles anet bwlmmlhg I Color Guard 3 Gala 'Nllght Tenms 3 Prettv anet wlll make 1 Ent model Coffege Preparalor 1 C -Xll LR-XBFRILI: fffltgf Irepamlmx l88l H lrte Road lcnkmtovm C1 ul Sophomore Chorus 1 NWIHIIHIHL 1 Spmt Commxttee 1 1 1 ht 3 Scn1orl'l11 -Xdxl r Room f,H1C18l S K l'R-Xl D LRHN PN foffrge Pzeprzmfon ,CC Hllngl -Xunuc 'North H111 trrx Bmd 1 3 H1 out 1dt mttrtsts mf lsowlmg and ttnms Ht 1sp1res to be 1 hmstorx ttichtr PR-XNTK CREAGH General 1584 Hower Road Ablngton Prank who 15 undemdcd xs to h1s luture now cnjoys cars and socl xlmng ROBI- RT LRILSSY Colfege Prepamtor 1 133 Glenbrook Road Huntmgdon X illex Lres Orchestra I 3 lunlor Hxstormns , Cwalaxoght 3 Bowlmq 3 Teachers -hd 3 Hc ls headmg toward the teachmg held 4T..f L 42 , , , -. , 1 3 I .- 1, . . . 11 - 1 3.3 Y ' ,,,.,,.. , . . . 1 .- - Q- J 11 'ur ',, H 1 - 'sl f-- -I N' W -,i1.l.Xg -,x,- so -. wh 5 .. 1. . . 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BARBARA ANN DAMN 261ojenkintown Road, Ardsley Barlm Flag Baton 3 FBI A secretarial field Coffegf Preparatory Colfege Preparaloryv v Club 1, 2, 31 Bowling ' is in the future for Joe who Bzwinrfs EElIlfHlf071 Blfl? plans to go into thc Nue lu ch 1nd lun Wu N mu t know how to win friend ind influ ence people for thei were xoted Abington mo t popular people 43 Qi" if " , L, .. J. 1 . 3 i l l . . 5 . 'sg S ' ' ' ' 5 . - ' v 3 ' . 5 5 . .nw CAROL DEITER Banner: Education 2460 Kenderton Avenue Roslyn Butch FBLA 2 3 FHA 1 2 Secretary 3 A.bmglon1an Advertzsmg Manager I 2 Rlfle 3 Dark halted Carol plans to go mto the buslness world HENIRY HUDSON DE PUE IR General 415 Tyson Avenue Glenslde Hank energetlcally works after school In hls spare tlme he enjoys playxng softball and basketball The future Ends Hank wlth an army career wtf DONALD E. DAVIS College Preparalory 464 Abington Avenue, Glenside "Chops"g Rifle I, Z,3QJl1nl0I' Promg Assistant Manager Foot- ball 3 Don wants to become a dentist HARRIET E DAY IS College Preparalorv oog Cross Road Glenslde Harriet FHA I XICC President 3 unlor Prom Spmt Committee 3 Senior Prom Semor Plas Orchestra I Thls future nurse hkes muslc DEBORAH DAVISOW College Preparatory 3892 By ron Road Huntingdon I alley Debbxe HOCRCYI Varslty 2 3 Tenmsl 2 3 Class of 60 Council 2 3 GIAC 3 She wants to become an elementary school teacher MARK DAW BER College Preparatory 1339 Mlll Road Meadowbrook Mark Band I 2 3 Orchestra 2 3 Science Semmar Mark s mam lnterest IS muslc He hopes to become a surgeon GEORGE DE REMER College Preparatory 452 Central Avenue North Hills George Abzngroman 2 3 George cosmopolntan In hrs mterests plans to go to college MARILYN DETVN EILER College Preparatory I521 Upland Avenue Jenkmtown Niarllxn Hockey I 2 3 Basketballl 2 3 Lacrossel 2 3 Student Councll I Recording Secretary 3 Latm Club 2 Secretary 3 Honor SOCICIQ Gala Nlght I Th1s energetic mlss hopes to become a teacher ANN MARIE DEUTSCH College Preparalorv The Benson Jenkintown Ann Cheerleadmgl 2 3 Gala wlghf I 3 GIAC 3 Latm Club 3 Honor SOCIGIY Ann wants to attend Duke Umversxty Nursmg School to obtam a Bachelor of Sclence Degree MARY ANN E DEX ER Buszners Edufatxon O76 Parkdale Avenue Glensxde Mary Ann Abmgtonzan 2 3 Class of 60 Councxl Lpon graduatlon she wxll become a clerrcal worker but has asplratlons of becoming a halrdresser ROBERT DIETERLY Vomtional 2722 Cedar Lane North Hills D1et IS a member ofthe Golden Hawks Safe Dnvmg Club He wants to become a mechanlc RAYMOND DIGGLE College Preparatory 314 Flsher Road Ienklntown Ray Page Edxtor Abxngtoman Forum Club Sclence Club Ray won the Amencan Leglon Oratorlcal Contest ln h1s jun 1or and senxor years Goal college to become a geologxst JUNE DI JOSEPH College Preparatory 1319 Jencho Road Ablngton une Baton 1 2 3 Semor Prom Gala Nnght To become a pnvate secretary IS June s deslre GUDRUNI KERRIW DILLIWGER College Preparatory 911 Frog Hollow Terrace Rydal Goodle French Club 3 AHIIIHCIOH 2 A Cappella Choxr 3 umor Senxor Chorus 2 Goodxe wants to become an alrlme hostess 'Kiwi' DOUGLAS DONIAGHY College Preparatory 440 Hamel Avenue Glensnde Doug Band! 2 3 Orchestral Abmgtonesl 2 3 ACap pella Cholr 2 3 Gala Nxght 2 3 jumor Prom Upon gradua tlon Doug plans to COntlnuC hls educatlon m the field of musnc DOROTHY DONALDSON College Preparatory 2II5 Wharton Road Glensnde Dottl Synchron1zedSw1mm1ng1 2 Cheerleadmgr 2 Co Capta1n3 Gala Nlghtl 2 3 GIAC 3 umor Prom Intra mural Hockey 1 Student Councll 3 Dotu plans to go to Catawba College ELEANOR DOWALDSOV College Preparatory 2115 Wharton Road Glens1de Eleanor Synchromzed Swlmmmgl 2 Cheerleadmg1 2 Co-Captam 3 Gala Nnght 1 2 3 GIAC 3 Intramural Hockey 1 Advlsor Room Presldent 2 Eleanor plans to go to Catawba College CHARLES DOTGER General 520 Garfield Avenue Ardsley Charhe W restlxng 1 This future accountant now gets hls exper1ence at a local pharmacy FRANCES DILLON College Preparatory 2019 Harmony Lane Glenslde Franme Hockey 1 2 3 FHA 2 Spamsh Club 1 GIAC 3 Synchromzed Swxmmmg 1 W ater Safety A1d 1 Jumor Prom Nursmg hes nn the future for thus falr halred mxss KATHLEEN DOLBERG College Preparatory 1451 Meadowbrook Road Meadowbrook Kathy Synchronlzed Swlmmmg I Afhllatlon 1 FHA I Spmt Commlttee 3 Stagecraft Workshop 3 Jumor Play Gala Nxght 2 Blue eyed Kathy plans to attend Allegheny College www 'C' Casual Moments Are Scarce li HHN DHL Cul -XNN fofffgf lrfprzrzzl 73 If,4,lXClHT11h2. -Xxcnm MU11nLr41n C L ls in Qoun 'XILTI1 ltc Intr1mur1lB1 kcrlwzll , lCrxPl1Y'lNfUU,U toco eu IN mcfune 1 uccu tu lwu me Nmqn HJIIX IJUXNNIP Ggngjgf 4 I' 1411011 'Xunm R11 xn c Cnmn1 ll 1 -Xdx1 rr R1111111 Prc 1 c to hu future p 1m IUHX IJRFFN frffffgf Prfprlrrztfm 1 t Xunuc Rox n Np1r1t uxnxnlttu KH111r11n Dmcc Lun1m1ttLL -Xmr 1 cullcgc cducmun ohn INPIFCS ru bccwnmc Tl Lncmccr ROBFRI DRIPC PRI loffege lreparrztmx 4 lXLNWlCk -Xxcnun C1lcnx1 1. Bon Bmketlnll I lntmmuml Biskctblll H1 hubbx lx xpurrx Bob wznts to uttcnd L ot P to lvccume 1 busmess executwe I'n1m1n11 the1r rLL1x.1t1on are Cmudn: IJ1ll1mzcr .md Dun lrmu, 46 -Xl11ngrwn'N mmf chu 11 scnmrx ' ' f -4 - , 1. , 01. 'xlal k"'1l.A1!6lLllV1,31IgllNClgI1ll 1, l,jQCl15, 111' ' C, i cil .l'1 Q 1 1 is' 1 j..Iz1' 1. 5 llgh gb 1a1- 1x1 s 1 'll lap - a, -- -, 51,- 'flu ku: .af X .gg Fo1JIl1:lII 4 A X1 Hidnnr 2. -lack, who ix nurcd for hia dancing alwiliry, is undecided up A. A l. .. .1 ljl I-11, . 'f , .lyn A V 'xlnh "3 f " C ' f- gg. 'll 'J jg 1 A ' A " 1. A '. 1 , , , i ' , J in ' A , , 3 . ' ' 11 1 ' ' .' k 'A ' 1- I 33 -' .A ., ,y U lug 1, ' 1 3 . 1 15 1 Z. 'A " ', Between September and June ROBERT DRLNINIOND JR College Preparalory 6 o Crosswmls Road enltmtown Bob Gwmnasncs 3 Huntmg art and gsmn1st1Cs mterest h1m Bob w1ll take up Commerclal art at Demson DOROTHY DLFFIEI D Bzuznen Eduealzon 567 Edge H1ll Road rdslex Duff FBI A 3 Sophomore Onentatlon Comm1ttee 3 Adv1sor Room Secretxry Treasurer Archlves 3 Sp1r1t Com mlttee 3 Duff w1nts to become a med1cal secretary LIVDA JEAXI DUNI AP College Preparalory 721 Fern Road Glenslde Llnda Bowl1ng Club 1 3 PFTA 1 2 Treasurer 3 Sp1r1t Commlttee 1 3 Ghost Patrol un1or Prom Semor Prom Sophomore Or1ent1t1on Comm1ttee 3 A career 1n art 15 ln Lmda S future 'VIABEL N DLNI AP College Preparalory 14 Garheld Avenue Ardsles Nlwlte Sw1mm1ng 1 FBI A 3 Sp1r1t Commlttee 3 Flag Baton 3 Sw nchronued Sw1mm1ng I Red headed Wh l-te wants to be an a1rl1ne stewardesa I OUISE DLRAN Drstrrbun e Eduralzon 915 Anzac Axenue Roslyn II ees1e FBI A I I 1ce Presrdent Presrdent 3 D E Tre'1Qurer 3 The future finds lourie ax a Horlst CAROLINE DLRNS College Preparatory 1 139 Cumberland Road Abmgton Carol LlI'llOI' I-I1stor11ns Secretary 3 Stagecralt Work shop 3 Bowlmg Club 3 Semor Plan DEBORAH ANN EAI FNsON II4I Old I orlt Road Abmgton Debb1e PPT-X 1 2 Premdent 3 Student C,0Lll'lCll 1 Student Serxlce Corps 3 Sp1r1t Lomm1ttee 3 French Club Gal1 Nlght 3 l1l'1l0I' Plas umor Prom Sen1or Prom Senlor Plas Debbre wantb to be 1 teacher Col egr I repmaloly II ILLI ANI .IOHN EDNION DSON College Prepzzratorv 1087 Tsson Avenue Roslyn B1ll planx to frttend e1ther the Doxlestown Nanonal Agn cultural College or Penn State where he wlll prepare to enter the Held ot bl0lOQ1C3l research Among hlb xarled mtereets are werght l1lt1n2 wrtter :kung bkm d1x1ng 'md collectlng msects HEX RY EMERICK College Preparatory 749 Townsh1p Lme Road Elkms Park Hank Baseball I 1 3 Boatlng IS Hanks avocatlon After attendmg Rlce College he hopes to become an eng1neer EDVSARD ALLAN ETCHELLS College Preparatory IIO5 Harrxett Road Huntmgdon Valley Ed Band 1 1 3 Dance Band 1 3 Gala Nlught 1 3 Advlsor Room Vlce Presldent 1 jumor Prom Senlor Prom 5WlmmlDg Alde 3 Ed wants to go to college to prepare for the busxness world DOROTHY l'l l lS O54 Rox -Xyenue 'Xlnngton llnnnesf l'd14rat1on ottre PBI -X B e C, un 3 library de Dllffll. a pxre to become .1 halrdresser FRANCIS NIICH-XEI ELLIN 3 4 Weldon -Xytnue Cxlenslde 'Nlac works after school In hls spare txme he enjoys hunt College Preparatory mg College vvlth a liberal arts course ls ln the lmmedlate future for 'Nlac ARTHUR ELLISOV College Preparatory 811 Moredon Road Meadowbrook Art SOCCCYI 1 3 Gymnasncs 3 udo Club 1 Art w1ll take up forestry probably at Penn State HEIDI ELSROAD College Preparatory 1141 Cumberland Rd Abmgton ack Sophomore Chorus I A Cappella Hockey I Dxv mg I 3 She IS an avxd sports car fan Heldl who has a terrlfic sense of humor IS undeclded as to her future l SUSAN EW AWS College Preparatory 163 Forest Avenue Elkms Park Sue Swrmmmgl 3 Tenms 3 Sp1r1tComm1ttee1 1 3 Abzngtoman 1 1 3 Gala Nxght 3 Yearbook 3 Art Club 1 Amll3tl0l'l 3 Semor Play Semor Prom Rhode Island School of Design IS lh the xmmedxate plans for Sue ROBERT M FAGAN' Busznesx Educatwn 934 Irv1n Road Huntnngdon Y alley Bob Gymnasucs 3 Bob wants to attend Rnder College where he will prepare for the buslness world VVILLIAW R FANINIING 551 Tyson Avenue Ardsley lndustrlous Blll works everydav after school He wlll enter the Aur Force and then college College Preparatory DAVID FRED FEDERNIAN 574 Wanamaker Road Baederwood Dave Class of 60 Councll 1 3 Forum Club 1 3 Gala Wnght 1 3 Orarle 3 Dave an earnest and ambltxous wrxter enjoys muslc He w1ll further h1s educatxon 1n college College Preparatory JUDITH ANY FEI DM ANI College Preparatory 62 Wanamalxer Road Baederwood udy Yearbook I bports EdItor Asslstant EdlKUf In ChIet' 3 PFTA 3 LIbrary AIde I SwImmIng AIde Stagecraft Workshop I Secretary 3 bpmt CommIttee I 3 PresIdent ,lumor Play unIor Prom Semor Play Semor Prom 5Wlmmlhg I Synchromzed Swlmmlhg I Gala Nlghf I 2 3 Handbook 2 3 Judy wIll major In secondary educa tIon In college She HSPIYCS to become a hIstory teacher VIRGINIA W FELTEN College Preparatory 765 Roslyn Avenue Glenslde Gmny Sophomore OrIentatIon Commlttee 2 Orchestra I 3 A Cappella AffIlIatIon I PF'IA 3 unIor Play unIor Prom SpIrIt CommIttee 3 Gala Nlght I 3 LatIn Club I Semor Play bemor Prom Cnnny wants to study elementary educatlon In college ROSEVIARY TLSHINGI-IAM FERRIS 1444 Autumn Road, Ry dal Busmexr Edaeatxon Rosev lIkes to cook and sew She hopes to go Into the llllil ness world as a secretary or become 1 model NIORNIAN WARRENI FESMIRF College Preparatory I464 Holcomb Road I-Iuntmgdon N alley Worm Sophomore OrIentatIon CommIttee 2 3 AdvIsor Room PresIdent I 2 Soccer I 2 3 Cnla NIght I Wheel Club I VICE Presldent 3 WVrestlIng I 3 Class of 60 Coun cIl 2 bemor Class hee Presldent MARGARET FISHER Bu.r1neJ.v Edaration 1646 Ferndale Avenue WIllow Groye Peggy FBLA 3 After graduatIon Peggy s planmng to go out Into the busIness world 'Ind become a prIvate secretary NIARY ELLEN FITZGERALD Banner: Edaralxon 520 LOUISE Road Glenslde Nlary Ellen FBI A I 3 Sophomore OYICHCHIIOD Com mlttee Nlary Ellen enjoys dancmg In her spare tIme Her tuture plans are to become a secretary CARL FLAXNI AN College Preparatory 8I TOWnShlP LIne Road Ell-uns Park Carl Football I Wrestlmg 3 Carl s hobby lb herpe tology He plans to attend Cornell Lmversxty where he wIll talse Yetermary NIedIcIne BONNIE FOX College Preparatory' 6 I PIne Tree Road enltxntown Bonnle LatIn Club I Forum Club 3 Basketball 3 Semor Prom AtIilIatIon Commlttee 3 Bonnle spent her jumor year lh BerlIn West Germany as an exchange student She plans to go to the DlplOmatlC School In W ashxngton, D C in IN THOMAS FESNIIRE College Preparatory IQOI Canterbury Road Abmgton Tom Baseballl Basketballl Bandl Orchestra BIble Club I 3 To be 1 mInIster Is Tom s goal RAREV FISCHER College Preparatory ,I3 Cheltena Avenue enltmtown lxaren PFTA I AHIIIHIIOD 3 Gala Nlghf 3 unIor Play SpIrIt CommIttee 3 karen lIkes to lIsten to musIc She IS pl'1nnIng to become an elementary school teacher Music: Soothes the Savage Beast LEO CARL FUCHS Voealzonal 1856 Rowland Road Abmgton Carl enjoys bunldmg model rallroads Hes plannmg to become a prmter JOHN H FUNK College Preparatory 512 Hlllcrest Avenue Glensnde ohn gets hrs scxennflc outlet by workmg on a mrrror at the Franklln Instltute Hts ambltlon IS to become a draftsman He s plannmg to attend Sprung Garden lnst1tute JOHN GAFFINI College Preparatory 2338 Old Welsh Road Vllllow Groye ohn Latin Club 2 3 Cross Country 3 Indoor Track 2 3 Track 2 3 He would luke to become a chemlcal engmeer PRISCILLA GALBRAITH College Preparalorv 2723 Jenkmtown Road Ardsley Prxscllla Aflillatxon Club 3 Spmt Commlttee 3 Archrves 3 Swxmmlng 3 Pnsctlla IS planning to go to Calvm College 1n 'VI1ch1gan X IRGINIA FR 'XNTZ College Preparalory 1844 Edge Hlll Road -Xbmgton Gmny latm Club 1 French Club 3 Yearbook 3 Spmt Commlttee 3 GIDHX enjoys horseback r1d1ng and playmg tennis ln her spare tlme She plans to go to the Phlladelphla Museum College of Art where she wlll rake courses ln wlndow deslgmng JOHN FREITAG Voealxonal 943 Claire Avenue Huntmgdon N alley ack quxet has yarled lnterests mcludnng radlo repamr tele Vl5l0n and stereo The future Ends ack as an electromc expert JUDITH AWNT FRIZELL General 1450 Edge Hlll Road Abmgton udy Student Councll 1 2 3 Sp1r1tComm1ttee I Cheer leader 1 3 Semor Prom GIAC 3 udy IS planmng to become a nurse LIVDA FROST College Preparatory 1829 Chester Avenue Abmgton Lynne Sophomore Orlentatlon Commxttee 3 Yearbook 3 Latln Club 1 Bowlmg 3 Senlor Prom Lynne s planning to become a medlcal technologlst l and Class ol '60 Seniors Nluslc soothes the sax age beast especlally 1f1t s played bs our most musxcal semors Wars Helen Kesler and Andy VS 1ldr1cl. Eh" W II I I-XXI f -XLL-XGHPR Coffege Prfpami 71 IO4I 'I ownsh1p Llne Ruud enluntown Bxll Photoqmphx Lluh I 3 Nvummlng I , Su m ming -Md hex Club , -X 3 Y 'lrsltx Cluss of 60 Councll 3 Bovnlma Llub J Ntudent Struct Curp 2 B111 wfu one of the lucln senior who went to Purfmpe la t summer Hls hobbnes mclude mmmmg 1nd mr FR-XNIX C -Xl IO ,IR Dzstrzbntl I Fdnnitz qo 'Xlexer Road -Xrdslex mln hx vwrlxed ln the c ar store lr t e t tw, XCIYN Ht w mt to he 1 succe s ln the busme vwr d FR-XNlx C -XXIBIXU I 1 I8 fu Hurlce -henue -Xmnet fn Frznlt holvbxe are hotruddlnu 1nd lYUWlll'lH He n w h1 he mb or ll'T1CCl'1ZiI1lC 'XXXE GANIPX B nr Edfmz O8 lenluntown Road North H111 -Xnne juruor Plax FBL-X I Latm Club I -Xfllntxon I Sophomore Orlentatlon Commntee D02 H u e 1 bpmt Commxttee L, -Xnne s hop1nQ to become 1 med1C'1l secretarx CAROI E CzA.RNI'TT Dljlflbllfllf Pdfzfalzon Nlagnoha Avenue 'North H1lls Ronme hopes to become a bus er 1n the future Her 1mmed 1ate plans 1nclude a December weddmg JEFFREX G-KRRISUN College Preparatory 456 Abmgton 'Xxenue Cylenslde elf Basketball I 3 Baseball 1 J Leo Club 1 Y ars1tw A Club 3 Sophomore Or1entat1on Comm1ttee jelT1s plan mng to go to college but l9 undeclded as to wh1ch one ROBERT G-XRRISON General 456 -Xbmgton -Xxenue Glens1de Bob Track 1 3 Bob IS planmng to become a game warden JFFFREY GAY NIOR College Preparalorv 135 Woodpecker Road enkmtown eff Tenms eff lb planmng to go to the Ln1vers1tw ol XXISCOYISID He hopes to become a Iawx er I ILLIAN GEIGFR B14rzne.vrEd11ral10n 5o8 Cr1cltet LM enuc 'North H1lls I1ll1an FBI -X 1 I1ll1.1n hopes to become .1 booltlteeper D-U ID P GPI I FRT College Preparalors 1415 VN lshmgton l 'me Rx dal Daud Urchestm 1 un1or H1stor11ns , D1x1d lS hopmq to go to Drexel where he w1ll take electncal engmeermg STEX EN GELROD College Preparalorj 685 Forrest Avenue enltmtown Steve Sw1mm1ng1 3 Baseballl 3 Bowhng Club Stexe w1ll go to Penn State where he Wlll m11or1n accountmg -XLBERT THONI-KN GER-XRD General 1 4, .Susquehanna Road -Xbmgton 'Nlot Class or oo Counc1l Football 1 Tom collects trop 1cal fish -Xtter three xears 1n the seruce he w1ll become a pohceman Irw- RIJIH CEBHARDTNB-XUFR College Preparalorv Ozkdale Mtnuc C lens1dL Ruth Sophomore Chorus 1 -X C 1ppella Cho1r -XH1l11t1on Club 1 Sp1r1tComm1ttee 2 3 Gwla 'X1ght 1 3 Sophomore Or1ent1t1or1 Comm1ttee 3 SCIENCE Nemmar I atm Club 1 Student Counc1l Ruth hopes to further her CdllC3flOI1 at 'Nluhlenberg FRANK B CFDDI' S College Preparatmx 1445 Fdgewood Road Roslxn uc Al'hl11t1on Cl 1b Soc r Cala N12 t Lll'll0I' H1stor11ns , Bus u1rtet 1 5 Forum Club 5 Frank hopes to go to Cxettssburg College to studx to become 1 h1story professor 3 ROBERT C I -XDSTONF College Prepuuzforv 3 Charles Street Glenslde om Crow Countrm I C1 t'IIn 3 Wrutlxng Soph omoreUrgIn1f 1tIon Commlttee I -Xdwrxor Room Prurdtnt lxey Club I Secretarx , Band I He would bke to atrend rsmus Cl ADH S ,IF-XX CI NXNCX College Prepfznzlor v Plne Rold Fox Chaxe ean Sophomore Chorus I Galt Nxght I 3 Spmlsh Club 3 can wants to enter the Lmxersxtx or PCl"ll'1SXlYlI1ll 1nd become 1 xettrlnarmn upon gr ldll1IlOh D-XY ID GETTX lomnonol 6 I Hawthorne Road North HIlls Daxe Bovul1ngClubI 3 Bowlmg Team , Intramural Basketball 3 He hopee to go to the Drexel lnstltute ol Tech nologx XI-XRION JO-XX GI-XNNONE Blume .t Edzzczztzon Grox ama -Xxenue Roslwn War FBI.-X I 3 Spmt Commlttee 3 Gila Nlght 3 Bowlmg Club 3 Semor Prom The future finds her as 1 sec retarx El F-XNOR GILLICR College Preparolory 1844 Pme Road Huntlngdon Y alley Sue transferred here In her sophomore wear from Olnex Hlgh School IH PhIladelphIa She wants to go to the LHIVEYSIIQ of xiliml to become a surglcal nuree ROBERT GILLNIOR College Preparatory 1:16 Grove -M enue enkmtown Bob XxI'CSIll!lg 3 Croas Country He enjoss plawmg tenms and golf Bob hopes to enter Bucknell DEBOR -XH C L-xsER College Preporatovs 834 l lrtntalr Road Rx dal De-blue French Club I Ss nchronlftd Swlmmmg I iozng tonmn I Sophomore Chorus I SpIrIt Commlttee un o Senlor Chorua -X Cappella Cholr , She plins to studw crrmxnologx at Penn State jOHN C GODSH-XLI .IR Ceneml 339 Susquehanna Road Roslxn ohn plane to work In 1 machme xhop In Flonda upon graduatxon JER -XLD GOLDBERG College Preparolou I4I4 Stephen Road 'Nleadowbrook errx Ib a phnlatellat who enjoxs worlqng on modela He plana to become an englneer 'XI-XRTIN GOLDBERG College Prepara! rx I9 Chapel H111 Road Huntmgdon Y allex Xlarts a new atudent 'tt -Xbmgton enjou worltxng on car and Stamps He wlll become an automotne techmclan ELI7ABETH GR AX Bmznesx Edumlzon 407 Cadwalader As enue Ellsms P1rl-. L12 Intramural Basketball 1 Semor Prom The future finds her as a secretars MICHAEI GRAY College Preparatory 1215 East Asenue Roslsn NI1l1e XXFCSIIIUQI Res Club umor Prom Cs mnasucs 3 M1Le plans to enter Haverford College and become a mathematlcxan CLARE GRIMES General 2549 Fernwood Road Roslsn Clare PFTA I 3 bpamsh Club 1 3 Sophomore Cho rus She wants to become an elementar teacher after studs mg at the East Stroudsburg College PAUI A ELIZABETH GROSSNIAN Bn.fzne.v5 142 Runner Street Fox Chase Paula Hockes 3 Ssnchromzed Swlmmmgl 3 Gala Nlght 3 Sophomore Chorus Sp1r1tComm1ttee un1or Plas Yearbook 3 She w1ll enter the secretarlal or accountmg e Abmgton Seniors I FOX ARD C OI DSTEIN College Preparalors 4 Ch1pel H1ll Ro1d Huntmgbdon X alles I enns I1t1n Club Pres1dent 3 QCICHCC Qemmar LIIIIOI' H1stor11ns , Forum Club 3 Fpziaplz Fd1tor1n Chlet , He hopes to become 1 med1c1l doctor after attendlng Hars ard or Penn SANDRA GOR College Pzepmators 6 8 'NIe1dow Road Huntlngdon Y alles bands A Q1ppella Cho1r 3 un1or Plas G1l1 N1ght 1 Cl1ssot 60 COIlI1Cll Stmor Pl1s Semor Prom Sophomc Chorus 1 D1rls eyed S1nds w1ll enter 1 dr1m1t1c school 1n New H orlt ROBERT CRAHANI Genera! 4 9 Crncket As enue North H1lls Bob Sophomore Chorus I Bob 1 ph1l1tel1st hopes to enter Iemple UHIVCFSITY to become 1n accountmt RENWETH GRAUPN ER Bzuznem Edumtzon 0,0 Parlxdale As enue Glenslde Ken Afbzngionzan 3 ken hopes to become a busmess manager Are N01 All Welpp? SLN-XX -I GLLY Ab Gerzeraf Dile Rcnd Huntlngdon Y qllu Sue Bllsle Club 1 xlilll Room 1 , Sxnchromfed Swrm mrng, 1 Student Councll 1 Alter 1ttend1n5 the Pexrce B11 1 ness School bue asplres to become an orlice worker 'NIARII EN J HALBERT General OJI Plan mt Avenue Glensrdc Nlarrlxn Hoclxex 1 Cnl1Nu,hr L, Dr1llTeam , umor Plu umor Prom Semor Prom Scmor Plu Nlarllxn vmntx to studx physlcal therapy JANIES HALL Coflege Prfpamtfry 81, Delene Rodd Jenlqntown xmmx Bank 1 3 He lrlxee to bowl 1n h1s Spare trme jrmmx hopes to attend Hiughten College XX ALI ACF HALLAN1 Vomtzonal 1443 Autumn Road enkrntown Buddx Sophomore Or1ent1t1on Commlttee Rlfle 3 He tmnsterred to Abmgton rn hu jumor xeir After hlgh school Buddx vull enter the Qerwrce and then become a mechimc rw A018343 T' 19 Wx Rlch ltlwtrmm emerge drlpplns 1 trym the 1 Iom N ln Brown 1 the mo t WIILY logged xenlor l ut mth L 11 d rel on ROBERT HARGRAI E College Preparatory ,38 Crescent Avenue Glens1de Bob the other half of the twms, enjoys all sports He w1ll attend Penn State where he expects to study to become a teacher RICHARD HARI ANI College Preparatory 2315 Susquehanna Road Roslyn Rxch Vhrestlmg 3, 3 Leo Club Rey Club 3 Sophomore Onentatlon Commlttee 3 Class of 60 Councll 3 Spamsh Club Sp1r1t Commmttee 3 umor Prom Yearbook 3 Teacher s Axde 3 Good natured Rlch plans on a college edu catlon 15, 'Q f""' 'uv JANII' H HANIII I College Preparatory 1 9 Woodlawn Axenue Glens1de I1m Sophomore Chorus 1 Leo Club 1 Latm Club 1 Adusor Room Presldent I 2 Sophomore Orlentatxon Com mltteez B1sketball 3 Student Councxl 3 Furopean Studs Tour 1m wants tu become 1 mlmster or a hnstors teacher RAI H AXIII TON College Preparatory I3 9 Rothlex A1 enue Roslxn Ixax Student Councml 1 2 Sophomore Orgamzatlon Com mlttee 1 Iatm Club 1 Spamsh Club 3 un1or Prom Splrxt Commlttte 3 Alter completmg her college educanon Ivu wants to be 1 teacher 'NIARC ARET I LCILLE HAAII IN Runner: Edueatzon 1310 VI underland Road Roslx n Xlarge FBLA 3 B1ble Club 1 3 Her pet peexe IS people who are late The future finds 'Nlarge as a secretary FRAVR HARK RAY I: College Preparatory 738 Crescent Aw enue Glensnde Frank 1 twm, works at odd jobs after school He llkes blology and collectmg specvnens He hopes to go on to college AI I IAN HARRIS Bunnexs Educatzon 861 Townshlp I 1ne Road Elkms Park Enghsh 'Iracls 1 1 3 All1n enjoys most sports HIS future lb ln the busmess world STEPHEN XXII I IANI HARTIN General l4I Penbrxn A1 enue Abmgton Stexe llkes to spend h1s tree tnme workmg on mrs College 1s ln hls 1mmEdliIC plfms for the future ,I DAX ID HARTNI AIER College Preparatory 644 Central Avenue Ardsley Dave Forum Club 3 SWlmm1Dg Ald 3 Orarle3 un 1or HISIIJTIBHS 2 I 1ce Presldent Daxe wants to enter college upon graduatlon from h1gh school BARBARA HAY EY Busxnen Education 838 Glen Road Baederwood Barb Adusor Room Secretary 1 Treasurer School Store 3 umor Prom FHA 3 At the present tlme Barb IS very 1ct1xe In DISITIIQIIIINC Educatlon Her future 1s undeclded Bn :mm Educatzf n B-XRB-XR-X HEIDXI-XXX IO6 Cedar Road Ell-um P1rlt B1rv Blton Nquad L11 5 f otncn Nhe 1 xru to become 1 ecret1rw DAY ID HEIL ffffege Preparalory 1940 Br11rcl1ff -'xx enue Nleadovvlnroolt Due Tennls Golf Soccer LIHIUY Prom He vull t1l-te 1n enmmtrlng course m college B-XRB-XR-X HFIST Cofffge Prrpzzralfr-y 746 XY elllngton Road Fllunx Pxrlt Bolmlue Swmmmmz 1 Tenme , Semor Prom -Xdxuor Room Su:ret1rx 1 Treuurer Spmt Commlttee 'xlqlllilflflfl 3 -Xctlxe Bolxlue pl1nx on 1 college educatlon FDNILND JANIFS HELLER ffflege Prepzznzlmv I4 Grox 1n11 Avenue -Xlungton Fd Xlarchmg Bqnd J Urchestm 3 f11l1 Nlght u x1c1l Stfnrs Co Nlanager 3 Ed wlll elthtr lvtcomt 1 lwux er or 1 recall S1lesm1n or men s tauhlonw Y IRGIN I -X I HEX R1 Colfege Preparatory IIO6 Dexon Ro1d enkmtown mm unlor Prom PFT-X 3 French Llulm unmr P113 Drlll Te1m L, -Xttmctne mm wxll enter college ln the 21 FDXX -XRD H HERXI -KN fallege Preparalorv 60 Hmt Road Huntlngdon X lllex Fddlt Student Louncll Fxecutne QUITIFIIIIISC 1 X ce Preudent , lxex Club umor Plu unnor Prom l1t1n Club 1 Yearbook 3 W -XI TER HEROLD Coflege Pfepzzratorv 6 Belmont -Xxenue Roblxn Walt Brwlxetball XY alt plane to enter the N111 upon gr1du'1t1on from hrah bchool NI-XRCLERITE HERRNI -XX B14 171691 Ednmtmn 4 Tulpehoclten -Xwenue Ellunb P1rlt Nlarme FBI,-X 1 lbxngloman School Ntore NI1rg1e lowe to 20 to tootlmll g1mex The futt re xee her as a secretfarx YI' lxl'N'Nl' IH PR-XNR HEI XFRSOX Vomlmnal 164 YY as ne -Xwtnue -Xlungton lxtn works ltter school ewers d1x He 15 Interested 1n 'ILIYU molulu photogrflphs r11lru1d1nq model r11lr0ad1ng 1nd lilllldlhl 1, NIILHQPI HPI X FSTON College Preparatory 628 Crescent -Xxenue Glenslde Nllke Crow Lountrx 1 , XxI'CSfl1U2I , lxex lula 1 HCL Presldent DISFTICI Secretars 3 umor Prom Nhlxt plfme to E0 on to college fs 2 Q 7 41 11922. 1? C MXROI X N lll FLHN l' R 121117161111 e Education 808 C.cntr 1l -X1 enue -Xrdslex lsnne 11n1or Prom Smgecmfr XXorlsshop School Store She pl ans to work tow1rd her m1ster s degree upon graduation from high school lx-XRI HOCH College Preparatory O 7 Pleczsunt Avenue Glenside wr Soccer 1 Basketball 1 lxey Club 1 3 Science and 'Xhrhemztics Seminar 3 Forum Club 3 Sophomore Organization Committee I Epzlaph Editor 3 Science Club 3 German Clulm 3 lxarl a Merit Scholarship Finalist will further his education in college Al ANT HOFFMAN f95 Roslxn 'Xwenue Crlensidc Coffege Preparatory firsm LX u 1 1 Secremrx 3 LX C'1ppellz1 Choir 3 Sophomore Chorus I -Xdxisor Room Treasurer Bas lsetball 'Xhmger I I RNXN lx HOI COXIBE College Prfmzratam IOC4, Huntingdon Pike Hunt1r1.d11n X 1llex Frank Sophomore Chorus I -X C,1pp1ll1 Choir , College with zpossilulc majorinl1w,l1es1n store tor him 38 Frle-ndllness Is Typical XXII I l-XXI HPXX lsH I ocarfonaf X414 Cxrox 1n11 Mcnuc -Xlnngton Bill likes c1rs fishing 'md horselnck riding He plans to become 1 m'1ch1n1st or 1n electrician HI l l'Nl' HIHBS RIIVHII' 1' fflilffflfllll I Roslxn -Xwcnun hn L HL one B1skcrlu1ll 1 ros 1 B 1 lun or Prom The luturc finds her 'is 1 sccrLt1r1 IPX IS C1 HIWPS lll f'0ffcgL'Pfepa1al0ry Q83 Ll urc Avenue Huntingdon X illu ew Stinger XXrcstl1n5 1 3 After Erqduation he plfms to enter the N us Iew will czttend in insurance school to become 1n udjuster C ON STAN CE HISI OP College Preparatory 1 05 Red R1ml1I1.r Rmd Rxdil Connie Rifle Tecim I C1111 Night 1 unior Hisrori ms mittee! 3 un1orPl1s 11n1or Prom ben1orPlay Senior Prom QQ a-5 f, 1.1 ,V's, . 1., , 3 1 ,' 1 ' . ' . . 1 z 1- 'A . . ijfi Q Q .1 Q ', - 1 1 . is -,cs-saw " bl "g 1'-. ,lQl,LlC ,s-lglfl l.AI,l,kgA i R fy , K L, ,IX'.' '. . ff, . ' ' K izlx' Y I Y va lf' nl! ,.:..t..Y.,: ,ANA YK .. .'z'j.. '1 ." , 1 S 1 n - 11 Y - . 1 . - 1 , ja ' 1 ,ls '12f" l,.:J ' ' 'I 1, 3Q Spanish Club 15 :Xfiiliution 1, 34 Art Club :Q Spirit Com- 11,51 15:1 9 's ie 1. ' ,. Q I' . " 'lg-I gf. . gl . . 11 . , ,' -- "K. I"g,' ,1g . g ' ' ,1, g " L. . ,. 1, g 5 1 4 4' ' G l Q , . , . . . -y 1 'Q ' 1 1 s ,, I-1 xi. A , , ..' -5 "Al"g X'. j " Cl l , f . j 1, g. . ' 1 - ' - . 1' -1. - 'J Y' HA 'Y ' . . . , 1, 3. 1 " ' "'g.' 1 X . 1. iz ez C '2,j. C Y, - at Abington JAMES HOLT College Preparatory l33O Birchwood Avenue, Roslyn "jim"g Soccer 35 Wrestling 2, 3, Tennis 1, 3g Key Club 1, 2, 3g Band 1, Ig Dance Band 1. Jim is college bound. VVARDELL HOLT General 1542 Pirce Avenue, Willow Grove "Wardell"g Football 1, 1, 3, Indoor Track 1, Z,j1TI'ZtCli 1, 1, -gg Advisor Room Yice-President 2, Sophomore Orientation Committee 3. Wardell is undecided as to his future. ROBERT HOOD General 915 Woodcrest Road "Bob"g Photography Club 1. Bob enjoys working on cars and on his A.M.P. motorcycle. SUSANNE HORNER College Preparatory 2059 Oakdale Avenue, Glenside "Sue", Student Council I, 2, 33 Student Council Executive Committee 3g Gala Night 2, 3Q Sophomore Orientation Com- mittee 1, jg Oracle 2, Yearbook 3Q Junior Promg Spirit Com- mittee 1, 33 French Club Z3 Basketball IQ Student Aide 2. Sue, who has done much for our school, will be gratefully remembered by us. Appearing here are Brenda Shorb and Bud Lenahan, our most typical .-Xbingtonians. 59 ANIT-X IOAN HORROCRS College Pzeparalms 1008 Delene Ro1d enlsmtown Anita Swimming, I 3 Swimming Aid 3 English Club fbI71gf071I!Z71 3 unior Prom Intr1mur1l Bozslsetball I AnIt1 hope to Itttnd either Rochester or Xkslex 1n RON AI D HUUPI College l'H'paIalom f Crescent Aunut Cilensidt onm SOCCLFI , B1 elm I Tmcls , Indoor lr c , II heel Club I Sp1nIsh Club I Ronnx Interested lh sports and cars and also likes to plax the auitir HI pl Ins tor the Iuture Include 1 c1rcer In en2InterIn2 ANNIL lx HON UPN B14 Ilneu Pdueatlon I4 I Shoem Ilser Ro1d Abington Anne Student Council I 3 FBI A J Adxisor Room Secretarx Gal1 Night Sophomore Orientation Committee 3 Yearbook 3 LIYIIOI' Prom AC Committee Cl1ss ol 60 Council lunior Plas Anne will enter the business world RICHARD W HOVI AR'IH College Preparatorv 4 9 Roberts Avenue Crlenside Dick Sophomore Chorus I A L1ppellI Choir 2 bill Night I Yearbook 3 Sports Editor 3 Hqndbools 3 Dick plans to attend college where he will m'Ijor In English 'R Qw-V if FI IZABETH HUS ION College lbeparatory MI I awrence Axcnuc Ell-sms Park Beth Sophomore Concert Choir Accompinist I A C'Ippella Choir Accomp mist Prtnch Club I eazbook Class ot 60 Council I Senior Pl II Ghost Pqtrol Sophomore OrIent1 tion Commlttee I Beth will take up pre med 'It Bucknell HEI EN HLTCHFSON College Pfepalalory II4 Roslsn Avenue Glenside 'Hutch ' CIAC President 3' PFTA I' Sophomore Chorus I' A 'Ippella Choir J' H ckey I J' Bqslvrbnll I 3' Ixtcrogse I 3' Afhliation Club I - 3- Excheinge Student -. Hutch would like to study 'xtLrsinus to become a phyxical educ'Ition teacher. JEAN HIQTTER Bzuinexx Education I96' Corinthian Avenue Abington ' eannie ' FBLA 3. Dmcing and music 1re her hobbies. The future finds her 'Is 'I secremry. ,IOANNE LINDA IACANIPO College Preparatory 1980 Country Club Drive, Huntingdon Valley "Along .Advisor Room President IQ junior Promg Senior Prom: junior Playg Senior Playg Yearbook 31 Gala Night I, 3Q Spirit Committee I, lg French Club 3: Sophomore Chorus IQ A Cap- pella Choir 2, 31 Senior Quartette 3. Joanne plans to enter Z1 junior college upon graduation. XX ll I I-ANI HUFBNFR College Preparatory IOS Horace Avenue Abington BI Hueb Soccer I Sophomore Orientation Com mittee HIS Interests are football 'ind c1rs Bill pl'Ins on 1 college educatI0r1 SANIUEI HUIII FR College Preparatory 43, 'lovmship I Inc Ro Id Pon Ch1 e Sim his worked on lighting committees tor d1nces His hobbies are Hung, 'ind c1r Sim will m1jor In l1w In college G? C55 .qv C NXROLI N JOHN SON Blzsznels Fdnealzon Carol FBI 4. I , Her sp1re tlme IS spent readme danc Ing and CFIJUWIHE Qports C xrol w1nts to become 1 nurse NETTIE JOHNSON Bzlfznexx Fdzlcatzon IO9 Edglex -Xwenut fllenslde Nettle FBI A FH-X 1 3 Sophomore Orlentltlon Commlttet NI1ll Room NLYIIC lll-tes to lce. skate 1nd bowl 'Ihe tuture flnds her 'ls 1 secretary it 3 9 JUHNI PXLI I-XTI'SI'eX College Prepmalorv ,63 Ullsdlle 'xXCl'1llC Crlenslde I Irtck ohrl IS Interested ln 1m lftlll' r1dlo md C lrs Hls future pl Ins ll'lClL1CIL 1 college eduextlon LH-XDXN ILR IDEI l College Prepararfrl ooo 'Nloredon Ro1d 'Xleadowlmroolt Ch1d SV5lmmlHg 1 3 lxu Clulv , W lter sl-lllng Ind svslmnllng t1ltc: up some of hls sp1re tlme C,l'l1d wants to go on to college DORIS INCII F College Preparatory 1835 Cluel1nd -Xxenue -Xlllnbton JUTIS PFI -X I Sxlnls ull 3 -Millatlon 1 I 1tln Llul: 1 Sophomore Chorus 1 -X C,lppell1Cholr 3 Orchestrl 3 Sophomore Orlentatlon Commlttet unlor Prom 1 n lor Pl ly C1al1 Nlght Yearbofk 3 Dorls wlll pursue 1 reuch lng C lreer XIICH-XFI J JLYNIES College Preparatory IQI5 H1rdlng iw enue Alxlngton Mlkt Cross Country 1 2 3 Tr1clt 3 Gxmnastlcs 3 Sophomore OYICHIQIICJH Commlttee 3 Iarsltx A Club 3 Alter College Vlll-te wlshes to enter the fleld of chemlstrw A108 EARI JOHN sTOX1 General 1577 S York Road Almlngton olly I'rolley Bow LAP F1rl IS lnterested ln 1wl1tlon 1nd street clrs I-Ie owne hlS own street c1r company Earl w1nts to become 1 male nurse JUSI' PH JOHNSTON College Prepamloll Rosemore Gardena Glemlde e Senlor Prom oe who enjoxs tennls 1nd llZlSl'xCIlT'lll c1me to -Xlmlngton ln hls Jllhllll' se1r He plans to go to tht UHIVLFSIIS or North Larollnl B-XRB-XR-X N -KN JOHNS FUNF College Preparatory 501 Central -Xxenue North Hllle Barb B1nd I 3 bophomore CDFICHIZIIIOH Commlttee Splrlt Commlttee I unlor Prom Swlmmlnq 1 Barb 5 future flnds her as a secretars D-KXIIEI. JON Eb Cfllege Preparafon 1691 Paper Nllll Road XIe1dowbrook once bophomore Chorua 1 -X Cappella Cholr 3 D1nce Band 1 Gala Nlght I 3 Splrlt CCJUIYUIIICC 3 Sophomore Orlentatlon Commlttee 3 Ixes Club 3 Dan one of the Sleepless Ixnlghts enjoss plulng the electrlc gultar ln hl spare tlme 11 . - . v 1 .. -. . ' ' A v, ' - "J.'."g"l '1.J -.' . 1' . 'Q l,. 8 '. A ' 1 It ' . -3' 1 ' . 9 'I S . - . V 1" rf , . . . , . " ' ". ' .' ' 1 . ',, ' s '. 5' . ' I ' 3 'S . I - . ' I ' - C , I' . I V . If .Q L I I 1 S ,Q V ,J 1-' li A L A , ,Q - , l ., . ,:,3,.l. ,hLl 1,,,. ,. , ,l . . -, , . . .:- ' '2,.1:J ell- :'g ' . . IQ I 5. ', " I . . - 5 A Y ,A Il 'l'x,,v - v v r 'S . v w . 1 k Y " Y Y ,V I 'Y X7 1 ' L' , . . . . v . 1. ,, - I 1 . q . If - . V 3 -,K. I . I. IQOS Fairview Avenue, IVillow Grove . .. . 1 N - -on - , ,. , -,s . . I , , 1 7, L Q Y. 1: 'I ' '. .' . 5 . ,, , . . " ' ' ". w- -1 . ' , ' . ' f . , .l -, . , -, x, . . J, ' ' f:g..' . 5. F ,I , . J 1 , . . ,. . , . '. . 1 ,Q I I ., . 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' 's 61 GEORGE W IVXUFNI-XXX 804 Pme eh enue 'North Hllls College Preparalory George Football His warned Interests mclude forestrx flshmg and huntlmz ROXNI HN D RE XX EN EH I oeatzonul 1416 Reserxolr 'M enue, Roslsn Sklp has worked on the xocatlonal dances for the past two years He will elther enter the seruce or go to college BETTEJ -XX E IXEEN Busmefx Edueafzon 447 XY oodland Road Roslxn B enjoys roller skatlng and llkes to go bowhng The future Ends her as a dental hygxemst ROBERT REIN1 College Preparatory 753 Cedar Road Fox Chase 'Nlanor Bo Football 1 3 Vrestlmg 1 J Track I 3 eo Club I Bob enjoys all sports especially football He hopes to be a draftsman Enll 62 ghrened Discussion ROBI' RI -X lx ASI I7 B11 mary Fdnmuon 84 Woodland Rtnd Roslxn Bobble IS lnttre ted IH dancmg and plums, mlmature :golf She wlll do Qentml office work m tht future Dix ID lx'lL FXIAAN l,m11 nal 648 lernvsood -Xxtnue Ro lxn t ln t po L pttllllx VXIITIIUIHL, -lfttr Lrx ua non he vull uthnr so to Cullum: or 1o1n tht lI'FIlLd forces X11-IANII' RALPPNIAW folege IIEf7H7Hf071 9 8 lrxm Ro 1d Huntmgdon X'1llLX Md Yearbook 3 Spmt Commlttee 1 lntrunuml softball Nlel w1nts to teach second grade C PORK I' A lx-XL FYI -XXX Colege Prepmaton l8I 9 Robertl -Kunue -Xbmgton norm eo um ru ur r 3 j-XL Lommmtttt unlor Prom in 1 Al K 1 ,A J. V , . 2 1 ' . H ' . , . I . 5 . . -Q v V V Y , . A . , . . . f 0 2 T ' . '- , s j HB-z "1 lik-s all s rts, -s ,A s -' ' g.. '- 3 ad .- ' . 5 Q s - sy ' A ,Z s A - .1,..'1'.'l'.,. fl J' ' Q 1 " f , 'g '. M ,,,- - I V l . I . 1 - 1. 1 a 1-- tv 1 1 -v "' Gala Night 2. After taking elementary education in college, A t R .Q L . if ii .. Y. ' . . .'. ' l ' A Q' f 1 1 A vi ,A I 3 , "CV j"'gl. Cll I, 1, TMS e xg . 1 R ' H 21 2 ' . ' ,.' ' - .. H. 1 - Y - - - - , , ... , . , I , g U fr- n V Y Y - V I Y Y Y . , I 1 ' ' I 1 ,, J,, . , V . ., V. . ll blY. , H . - A . A qi ' 1 ' I-1 , Y 'I 7 I 'Y 9 ,'Y V -Xlwingriinl mf-Nt :irgumentaitive Way, xhiiw thiir even ii heated dix- Cusfiiin min lie enjiiyiilile. Their Stock in Trade KAREN KELLER General 2557 Kenmore Avenue, Glenwide Uliarenug Sophomore Choruw I 1 junior-Senirir Chorus Z. Karen will attend the Peirce Bueinews Schfifll, nf-ter which ehe will enter the business world. G.-XII. Klfl.l.I'iY Bnfirzeff I':dIlL'IZfl071 13:1 Thomwn Rfind, Rnxlyn "Ci:iil"q Gala Night IMI:l'll'lA,XQl'1Bl,.A.ll-llmlfii' Hixtwrizinx ig Seninr Play. The future findx her an :1 receptiiinixt or Z1 miidel. HELEN PATRICIA KIENNHIJY Coffege Prepamlmlv 2318 Riisemore Avenue, Glemide "Pat"g FHA jg Seniur Pluyg Senior Prwmg Gala Night 3. Put plane tu enter jeffergun Hiifpirzil where ehe will mtudy nurfing. RICHARD D. KENNI-QIJY IYOIIUIUUYIIII 2558 lfernvvoud Avenue, Rmlyn Rich enjoys hunting. He plum tu dn electrical work utter he graduates. L Xi ibn Q" 19 5- q 'rr Cv QPU? .if- V -i.. Q ,l eniiirx, Nlzirilyn Rcizich :md Bill 'S CHARLES KIRK College Preparatory 4,6 Tyson Avenue Ardsley Charhe Swxmmmg 1 He IS an actlve member of the CIVII Arr Patrol and hopes to make hls career ln the Alr Force GAIL KLEESE Busmesr Eduralzon 2154 VN ay ne Ax enue Abxngton Gall FBLA She enjoys dancmg and collectlng records Cnll plans to go 1nto oflice work after graduatlon 'XIARH HEI PN IxI'Sl I-R Iollege Preparatory If I'dge Hxll Ro nd North Hxlls Vary Helen C ala Night I 3 'Nl irchlng Band I Dance Band Xocahst 1 3 Student Councnl A Cappella Cho1r 1 Class of 60 Councnl 3 umor Play unlor Prom Senior Prom Semor Play Student SCFVICL Corps 3 Honor SOClCfW Treasurer 1 Orchestra 3 Socmll Studles Seminar , Dlstrlct Chorus 3 Mary Helen wlll become a pubhc school muslc teacher CAROL ANN KINK Bu51ne.r.r Eduratron 8 Harrlson Axenue Ardsley Carol FBI A 3 Flag Baton 3 She enjoys mus1c danc mg and coolsmg The future Funds Carol as 1 booltlseeper JOH MARX KINC , 8 Harrlson Avenue Ardsley FBI A 3 Flag 'xton 3 oy hopes to become a secretary upon graduatxon Busznerx Edueatxon ROBERT TILDFN KING General 1316 Nylsor Avenue, Roslyn Bob fllungloman 2 3 Cafeterxa Momtor 2 The future finds Bob m the teachmg professxon Q fb' JACK KLEIN General 1840 Edmund Road Abmgton jack enjoys swxmmlng and fishing He plans to enter the Armed Forces and then work for hls father LAW RENCE KLINE College Preparatory 168 VI ay ne Avenue Abmgton Larry Orchestra I 2 3 Larry plans to enter the Drexel Institute of Technology where he wlll study electrlcal engl neer1ng LYNNE KOCHERbPERGER College Preparatory I3II Green Road Roslyn Lynne PHA 1 3 Intramural Basketball I umor Prom Senlor Prom Semor Play Student CCJllhCll 3 Iynne plans to go mto the field of teachlng BARBARA KOERVI ER Banner: Edumlzon 501 H1ghland Ax enue enkmtown Barb FHA 1 Correspondmg Secretary Pres1dent 3 FBLA 1 1 3 Intramural Basketball 1 3 junlor Prom bpmt Commlttee 1, Senlor Prom, Adusor Room Presldent ' Barb wlll become a medlcal secretary 4 'XLI 'KN FDW ARD IxOFF College Preparatorv 536 Hoyt Road I-Iuntmgdon Y alley A Baxeball I Ifrench Club Ireuurer I Sophomore Chorus I -X Cappella ChoIr 3 SenIor Prom Sophomore OrIentItIon CommIttee 3 Cheerleadlng, 3 Irack 3 -Xl wIll take a pre med course In college D-U ID ROI-IR College Preparatory 66 Iurkwood -Xyenue Fox Chaie Nlanor Dave Footballl 3 TrackI 3 Basltetlnlll Indoor Track 3 Clans of 60 LUUHCII Semor Prom Sophomore OrIent1tIon Commlttee Co chalrmln 3 Student Councll Sergeant at -Xrms 3 CAII KRANICI-I College Preparatory 1220 FaIracres Road enkmtown Gul Latm Club I Student LIJUHCII I SpIrIt CommIttee 3 Gala 'VIgl'1t I 3 French Club -XC Commntee junlor Play umor Prom Intramural Iennxg 2 3 Sophomore OrIentatIon Commlttee 2 3 M"hlIatIon 3 Hockey Manager 3 Advxsor Room XY ICE PTCSICICHZ Senlor Play Semor Prom ALLEY KRATHENI College Preparatory 1234 une Road I-Iuntmgdon Y alley Al French Club I Wews Bureau 3 unIor Play flbzng roman 7. Epztome 2 Semor Play -Xl wIll go on to college 1. PATRICIA RRAUSF 936 Delene Road enluntown Pat Sophomore Chorue I Gala NIght 3 A Cappella Cholr 3 AICFIIIZIIIOI1 3 Semor Play SenIor Prom Soph omore OrIentatIon CommIttee Pat wIll attend the West mmster ChoIr College for Mum: College Preparatory CI-I-XRI PS RREVIP College Preparalory lf69 Paper NIIII Road xIC'ldlIWllf00lx C 'Irley Soccer I he Club I Prendent 3 Claes of' 60 CouncIl 3 Iatm Club I Student -Mde 3 Charley wIll t1lIe hortlculture In college Ix-XREN hRESlx0X5k1 College Preparatorv 640 LouIse Road Glenslde Karen SWlmm1ng 'Nlanager I 3 Sophomore Chorub I PFT-X I Sy nchromzed SwImmIng I French Club unIor Prom Splrxt Commlttee 3 The futu e lIlClLldES a college edu catlon tor karen C-XROLH NI IxLNl Dntrzbulx e Educatron I4 4 -Xrnold -'xyenue Roslyn Carol School btore 3 She enjoyb danclng 'Ind ICE xlxaung The tuture Ends her as a clerlcal worker T"- LIND-X IxR-XLS Bufznefx Edueatzon 6 Edgely Avenue, Glenslde LIn plans to enter the busmess world In the CHPRCIIW ol a secretary JOHN KRAUSE Dulrzbulx e Educatxon 160 Ixelth Road -Xbmgton ohn Abzngtonzan 3 FBL-X 3 School Store I 2, 3 SwIm mmg Gala Nlghf john wIll enter the busmess world School Artists Show Satisfaction ,IUDITH LALHNIAN 316 Hamel Avenue 'North Hills u y Bible Club I 3 er hobby IS roller skating udy College Preparatory will prepare to become a nurse CAROI I ANU: College Preparatory 1952 Old W elsh Road Abington Carol library Aide I 3 Spirit Committee 2 3 umor Play umor Prom French Club 2 3 Sophomore Orientatlor' Committee 3 Intramural Basketball I Senior Prom JOANI LAWGI FY College Preparatory 20 6 Corinthian Ax enue Abington oan Advlsor Room lice President I I atm Club I Hock ey I 2 3 Lacrosse I 3 Oracle 3 Spanish Club Secretary 2 President 3 Gala Night 1 2 3 umor Play umor Prom Class of 60 Council 2 Senior Play Senior Prom FBLA I 2 AC Committee I oan wants to be a kindergarten teacher DANIIEI I ARKIN College Preparatory 1416 High Avenue Roslyn Dan Soccer I latin Club I 2 President 3 Forum Club 1 2 Treasurer3 Ep1tome2 3 Abmgton1an3 English Club3 Track 3 his JANE LARSON College Preparatory 638 Fern Road Glenside ame Sophomore Chorus I Latln Club 1 A Cappella Choir 2 3 Sophomore Orientation Committee 2 3 Band 1 2 3 Orchestra 1 3 District Band 1 3 Basketball I State Bank I Lacrosse 2 3 District Orchestra 2 Jun1orPlay District Chorus 2 Senior Play Gala Night 3 ,Iumor Prom Senior Prom FLORENCE E LA RUE College Preparatory 2649 Mt Carmel Avenue Glenslde Frenchie Sophomore Chorus I Latin Club I Hockey 1 2 3 Basketballl 2 3 Orchestral 2 3 umor Prom Senior Prom' Gala Night 1 2 3' Lacrosse Manager 3' PFTA 3' Junior-Senior Chorus 2 3' GIAC 3' District Orchestra 3. BARRY LEARN College Preparatory 1964 Adams Avenue Abington Barry 'A Cappella Choir 2 3' Orchestra -' Gala Night 1 - 3' Sophomore Chorus I. Barry plans to major in chemistry in college. ROBERT H. LEAVESLEY General 626 Roseland Avenue Fox Chase Manor Rob - Band I 2 3' Abingtonian -. Rob will further his edu- cation when his Navy duty is completed. He hopes to be em- ployed at the Philadelphia Electric Company. in Products ol Creativity ' 1' RICHARD LEBERMAN College Preparatory 1358 Lindsay Lane, Meadowbrook "Rich", Swimming 1, 1, Co-Captain 3, Wheel Club Secre- tary 3Qv11I'Slty A Club 1, 3, l.atin Club ig junior Promg Senior Prom, Swimming Aide 2, 3. THOMAS DEXTER LEE Bl4J'1.7lt'5.X Edufulion I6l5 Prospect Avenue, Willow Grove "Dex", Gala Night I, 2, 3. Dexter will make the army his Q 1 future. MARTIN LEE, JR. General 1604 Arnold Avenue, Willow Grove "Butch", Football I, 1, 3g Basketball I, 2, 3g Track 3g Orches- tra I, 1, 3. Butch enjoys listening to progressive jazz and talk- ing. He will attend college where he will take physical educa- tion and play football. NATALIE LEES College Preparalory 313 Tyson Avenue, Glenside "Natalie"g Senior Play, Gala Night 3, Sophomore Orientation Committee, Sophomore Chorus Ig Spirit Committee I, 32 Bible Club I, 2, 3Q Synchronized Swimming Ig dbinglonian 3g Epilome 3. She will major in English in college. When it comes to artists, Abington seniors think of Pat Barry and Walt Triebel as tops. -XRI UI I I College Prepmumrx 1 6HerbertRo1d 'Xlcidowbrook une 1t1n u 1 Irene ub 3 Forum Club 3 N c11l Studus Ntnunzr 3 Buketblll Nemor Ir m Nu 1 trmsfcrrcd here from H1n dnlc Ill1no1s 1n her jumor xe1r She vuxhcs to complete collece v11th 1 B N Degree ,I-XXIPS -X IFIDICH College Pzeparatorx 9 Durind Ro 1d Huntmsdon X illes 1m LU C uw 3 X Qltx HX Cl1b 3 Honor NOCISYX 3 Student C !lll'1Cll 1 I7 e ldent 3 I-ootbill I 1 un or Pron 1m X4 mt to enter mlth field I Cl IFFORD I FN AH -XX College Preparatorx Scmmole Menm Fox Chcue 'Xlanor Bu XX heel Club 1 D1 ITICI Crm ernor , Football 1 TflCb 1 3 Sophornore Or1cnt1t1on Commutec un1or P111 umor Irom C 1 Ch urm 1n Semor Irom Bud w1ll become nn cnclmer 1fter college H-XRRX I F'Nf D1 ftrzbullze Edumlzon 1 OI 'X11ldrLd Axenue Roxlxn Harm DF Prewclent 3 Svummmg 1 3 Leo Club Clase of 60 CUIIYICII Hnrrs w1ll enter the bus1nuN world 1n the field of 1ccount1ng, .4 BOXNIF SUI1 LEX INF General 948 Irsm Roid Huntmgdon X .1lIex Bon SX nchromled Nv11mn11ng, 1 un1or Prom Semor om C l1'N15ht 3 'XI ul Ro Bonme w1th 1 modelmg circer 3 The future find ROBFRT BARRX IEXIS 409 lxexw1clC M en11e Crlenqde College Preparatorv Blrrx Sophomore Orlent mon Comm1ttee Forum Club 3 l1l"llUI' H1stor11m I'reu11rcr un1or Plax Semor PIM B11-rx pl1nx on 1 c.1reer1n the field of YTICCIICIHC BRLCF I hl' ll'X ITT General 1316 XX arner Roid Xleadowbroolx ru ex CI11b 3 ow 1n1z C ub 3 Bueln 1 Semor Irom Intr11nur1l B1 lxttball Br1 mll stud bu 1dm1n1Ktrat1on If Iemplc PHXI I IN RL I H I FX II I College Prepamtorx 1316 XX .zrner Road, 'XILado1AbroolC PhXl" French Club 1, Yearbook 3, 3, Flag Baton -Xsmstant Captam 3, Co-I'.d1tor of Handbook 2, jumor Play. -lumor Promg AHS llherette 2, 31 M1111 Room 1, 2, 33 Senior Prom. The future hndx Phyl zu ll dental hygienift or an elementary school teacher. SHFI I FX I ESSFR College Prepanztmw 360 Be wer Hollow Road enlxmtown L 1 1n C u 1 Treisurer 3 French Club un1or Flu llnllll' Prom I ICYTJNSC 'XI1n11:,er 1 'Mehr 3 Nen1or P111 Scmor Prom Iingbsh Club Trms urer 3 PFI -X 3 Oracle 3 Yearbook 3 Sp1r1t Comm1ttce , Shelley wunts to be 1 pncholor-11st I FNOR-X ,IF-YN I FONI D1 rfrzbzztz e Edumlmn 81.1, Cr1clCett -X1 enue -Xrd lex I ce FBI -X School Store 3 lee lllxC9 to embro1der Her -jolm keeps her bum I ee pl 1ns to LU on to comptometer school th- it l ' :elf JANE I IC H'I Busznffs Edumlzon Rldgewew Avenue AIJIHQDIOFI 'me BIble Club 1 3 SpIr1t Comm1ttee Sophomore OrIentatIon C.ommIttee 3 I 'III Nnght 3 jane wIll enter the busmebs world ls I secretlrs SLI-XNNF NI III III' Central 3 6 Elm Menue North HIII une 11t1on 3 lun o Prom In the future SLIIIC plans to become I nurxe K Q l 6 I' I FN I I Colfege Preparatory 1 .34 I Inds u I 'me Rwdal I'llen Sw1mmIng I 3 -Xduxor Room I'res1dent Dog House I Sophomore IITICDFTIIOYI Lommlttee 3 un or Irom Semor Prom C all N1ght 3 I'llen hopes to major In psxchologx lh college C I-ORC I' I FII IN Coffege Preparalory 151 Hewett Road Wxncote reorge owmg 'Itm L I Cross Lountry 3 SPITII Lommntee 3 Baeeball 3 Sophomore Orlentltlon LommIttee un1or Prom SenIor Prom Senlor PIII C Ill 'Nlght 3 ScIence Sem1n1r 3 George transferred here In hm jumor xezr from I yons Twp H1gh In I '1 Grange Ill1noIs RU I H -INN I EWIS Bzmness Edumlxon 5 3 Bleder Road Baederwood Ruth Synchromzed Swlmmlng 3 FBI -X 3 HA H1stor1m 3 umor Prom SenIor Prom Semor Plas The future Ends Ruth In the busmess world as 1 legal Secretary BURT LIEBNIAN Coflege Preparatory 1 314 W arner Road Nleadowbrook Burt ibzrzgtanmn I Co Ed1tor In Lh1ef3 Forum Club 1 2 Mce PresIdent 3 unIor HISCOTIJHS Presldent 3 Burt would lIke to attend Haverford college as FHONI-XS I II Feneral I4I Roslyn -Xvenue frlenslde om Ixelul 1 3 SOCCLTI I restmg 3 B1 e u I ibzrzglrmmn 3 Senlor P113 He hopes to enter college next xelr where he wIll tIke phyucxl LdllClfIUI'I or busmew IdmInIstratIon NIARLI4. IUXC NHIJRF flflfgt lnfnrrzlrnv 1334 If urlcres Road enkmtown Imxll I ennlx PP NIIIIIIIIIIIITL IIFILFII 1114111 OIYIIIIIIILC I tlfbf fl' 3 UPIIFA' 3 N r Sen I rom Nloo h trln terred here In her Iumor WL Ir In m I eoree School She IN college bound PHII I IS ION ERINC I mera! I6I North Ixebvuck -XI enue Glen Ide I oxe hkcx to skate New 'md re Id -Xtter Lraduauon he will enter 1 buune c ool FR -XX lx I OI E I"I IR Colfegr Prfpamtm I 611 Semmole -Xxenue Fox Cha e Nhnor rank Ixes Club Treasurer Ir 1tI I RIfle I Trick 1 1 ot 60 COLIIICII umor Prom Senlor Prom Frank vwIll go on to college QI. , ,I ' ,EY ' 2 f .. , 3' . " ' . ". A ' ' -I . v' 1. ' v ' I 'Q . I A k , -1 .f ,Y 31' if . 2,311 I , ' 3. ' g 1 z I j. - 5 I I ,I . ' 7' ' Y . Eff f? ' il Sl , , 'X A 1-C-i in- B I-, . A -I I M - M . V . V , 1, 3g II. II -, .. 3 , f A 1 3 .' ' 1, g .' 1 I 'jgj ' gf ' gf ' .jg Ia: , fg xgf ' f ' 1 . ' . 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Things are ,Always Loolong I RANLI S I OW IJl'R B11 171 Idnmlzwl 11.14 Pdgc Hill Ro ld Ardslu r1n B1lxlc Lum N t ts 1 rc cr lsltc 111 Lo Ivowllm. lhc luturt finds I'r1n ls 1 secretnrx RICHARD HPXRH I I LAS ffzzflnf 1 18 Prospcct Axtnuc IX1llovs Inroxe cm 1 1 n1tn1l1tr of thc I 1 ltttlul It ILJIL mc L Qlulx I-lc hopts to lmcconn 1 dlscjocltu SUSAN I USLH Panera! 441 locust Rrnd Worth InI1lls 5111 Sophomore Orp:,1n1l1t1on CJJUIHIIIICC I htudtnt Loun 3 Swlmmlhg 1 2 Sophomore Concert Lho1r I Bftrrmgton I'xch1ng,e Student Class of 60 Secrcmry un1or Prom Senror Prom Ll 1ss of 60 Lounctl 3 Ifuture hospltal p1t1cnts Wlll be lucky 11 Sue Ib the-1r nurse -IANIFS I H NCI-I Coffege Prepmaton q3oP1rln1ew Ax e.n11c YN1llow Grow IITI Irmsfcrrcd hart trom L 1rd1n1l Doughcrtx ln h1s stmor xelr Ht w1nts to tttcnd tht Ln1vers1tx ot Pennsxlv1n11 AI AW M1c'NUI I folleze Preparatorv 6 3 Rosel 1nd Avenue Fox Lh 1st NI mor AI w1nts to go to Dzrtmouth Ht tnjoss worlong wlth model tmms FRANCIS 'NIADARA 430 Elk Street ClCHSIdC Aloose plans to studx I111 Inc s 1dm1n1 tr1t1on 1r1 college Coflege P1 eparalors IRENF AIACINNISS Genera! I3 1RothIey Axenue Roslxn Renee transferred here 1n her -111n1or xmr from Hitboro Hlgll Her horse 1s her hohlmx Rtnte h1s no dcfimte plans 1fter h15h school RILI-IARD NIAIER Cenera! 400 I ocust Road 'North I-I1lls Rlch his a t1me consumlng, hohln c'1rs After h1t,h school he w1ll e1therjo1n a mztchme shon or 'the N 1x 1 lor Abington Seniors Abington's optimistic seniors, Bill Gallagher and Jeanne Pritz, can smile at anything without any difficulty. JOHN MANZI Vocational 453 Abington Avenue, Glenside "Jerry" enjoys working with cars, televisions and radios. After college he plans to become an electrical engineer. CONSTANCE A. MARCZELY College Preparafory 560 Wanamaker Road, Baederwood "Connie"g Swimmingg Lacrosseg Senior Playg junior Playg Gala Nightg Yearboolcg Spirit Committeeg Stagecraft XVork- shop. Aesthetic Connie plans to attend an art school. s a. i ,l 5 My s .'-".f"ff' . lL"f55y"'..+i'j.' PAUL MARINO Vocational I802 Horace Avenue, Abington "Paul"g Baseball 3. He likes sports cars. Paul might go to a technical college or get a job upon graduation. MARYANN MARSHALL College Preparatory 243 Elm Avenue, North Hills "Maryann"g Spirit Committee 1, JQ Ghost Patrol zg PFTA 3g French Club 3Q .Affiliation 3. She wants to become an elemen- tary school teacher. BARBARA NI-XR I INDALI' B14 men 1'-dl4Cl1fI97I 449 I 1nden Aw enue C1lens1de Ul7l!lC FBLA I L1CrU-se I School Store Bc blue vblll enter the Held t sale and retfulmg LINIRISIINI' 'NIARTIXUPI' follrge lrfparatorw o Llncden Axenue blenmde Chrls Student Councll 1 Afhlmnon 1 3 L mteterm 'Nlon 1tor 3 Sp1r1t Comm1ttee 3 Yearbook 3 Swrmmmu 3 Rus slan Studw Club ,IAC Lommntee Semor Prom If DON AI D 'NIAI ISOX College Pveparatorx 4 o Alnngton Axenue blenslde Don Adusor Room Presldent 1 Student Seruce Corps 1 Sophomore Or2an17at1on Commlttee 1 Basebxll 1 Basket ball 1 Soccer 1 3 leo Club 1 Corre pondlng Secretars , Senror Prom 3 Clas of 60 Councrl Intramural Basket n 1 RICK IVIAYBFRRY College Preparatory IIXO Ixson Avenue Roslwn Rlck R1He bemor Prom Forum Club 3 Swrmmlng 3 Rlclx w1ll go on to college 515 N EDWARD 'VICCLELAND Vocational 419 Ixenderton Avenue, Roslsn IL Rlfle 1 3 Ed s ho bw 15 hunnng The future fmds hlm as a mach1n1st PETER 'VICDOVI ELL College Preparatory 1338 VI heatsheaf Lane, Abmgton Pete Leo Club 1 2 3 I arsnty A Club 1 2 3 Track I Soccer 1 3 VS restlmg 1 3 Pete w1ll attend Blau- Academy LINDA CAROLYN 'NIcGLIRE College Preparatory 8 9 Grlsdale Road Roslyn I lnda Dr1lI Team 3 bemor Plas bemor Prom Commxttee Gala N1ght 3 Lann Club1 3 'AHIIIZIIIOD Club 3 FHA3 Lmda, who transferred to AHS trom Parkulle Hngh 1n Park vrlle, Maryland, plans to take up nursmg PATRICIA MCILHENNH Banners Eduratzon 2035 Old W elsh Road, Ablngton Pat", Blble Club 1, 3, FBLA 3, 3, Pat hopes to go on to a buslness college I INDA MCADAIVIS Bzmnerr Education 903 VN oodrow Avenue Rosly n I 1nda IS secretary of DISIFIIJLIIIVC Lducatmn She w1ll enter the field of retallmg CAROL MCCAFFREY College Preparatory 1 1 16 er1cho Road, Ablngton Mnckey Spmt COmmlfCCC 2 3 Student Servxce Corps 3 Sophomore Onentatlon Commlttee 3 Czala Nnoht 3 Senlor Prom Carol plans to go to college and to be a medlcal secre far l 'K' gn-1 PRANLI-N NIPNC B11 me 1 Ednmtzon Ng! 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I' INN IN NIURRIS D1 fllbllfl e Ldneatzon IO ,Q H11.hl1nd -Xxenue -Xbmxzton Pd nova sptndy h1 tune worluns. tt W mamlker In the future he w1ll :zo 1nto bu mem tor hxmxell ll- -XNNI' NIORRISON College ltepamlorv 1l,, Cumberland Road -Kbxngton umm PP I'-I 3 FHA. , She IS 1 member of her church ltllowsh1p eanne w1ll Qtudy to be 1 psy ehologlst at Nlacaleeter College CH-XRI Fs NIOL -YI' General 61: Susquehanna Road Roslyn Bud B1ble Club 1 L, Hmong hu hoblnes are welght l1tt opth lll'!lOlU2.,lSI RUTH NIOH I' R College Preparatory l4IQC1I'OX 1n11 Ayenue -Xbmgton Ruthle un1or Prom Semor Prom Sp1r1t Commxttee 3 Nlursmg Club I 3 Latm Club 1 Semor Play Sophomore Or1entat1on Commtttee The future Ends Ruth1e 'ls a nurse TH AD 'VIURXN IN College Preparatory 768 CFOSSWICICS Road, enluntown Thad W heel Club 1 Sergeant at -Xrms Presldent 3 army A ub 3 Latm Club 1 Ifootba 1 3 Trac 3 Indoor Track 3 Sophomore Or1entat1on Comm1ttee , 3 Student Counc1l 3 umor Prom Semor Prom RAI PH 'VAGLE College Preparatory 433 Ixesw1clt Ayenue Glenmde Blll Gymnasucs 3 B1ll enjoys all bports 1nd cars He plans to so to Temple to study electromcs RICH ARD N AH LOR General 7309 Rom1g Road, Rosly n "D1clt" eQpec1ally en-you cars and dancmg He lntends to yom the Navy ln the future BARBARA ANNE NEFF College Preparatory '707 I aurel I ane, North H1lls "Barb", AlEllZiflOl1 3, bpmt Comm1ttee 3, PFTA 3, bemor Prom Barb just moy ed here thls year from Mt Lebanon Hlgh ln PlfISbUfgh She plans to go to a llberal arts college I5 5' 'VIARSH-XLL FRED 'VIURD-XUGH College Preparatory 1439 Fdgewood Avenue Roalyn Fred Fred Q hobby IS collectlng COINS H1s future IS 1n the Alr Force ROBFRT MURRAY Voratronal 4 Pleasant Avenue Glenslde Bob Football I 2 un1or Prom bemor Prom He Wlll elther go 1nto college or jom the A1r Force upon graduatlon from Abmgton C21 s. rf- ve I 'ff' l .f ,f vwgggyf , . , , , .R I, .U . . - - V xg Us 14-f' 7 1 1 A -1 h . ' , 1 . 5 ' ' 3 z 1 . 1 ' 5. j, ' 3 ' 5 ' ' Q . i 'X . v . - . v ,A . 1 -T I 1 ' " x ' l J .rl ,Z V 4 K: I 3. 5. X .3 I 3 5 .- :gy 2 3 .' , . , J j .. Us , , V ,2,qU 5 .K . ..- ing, and playing the guitar. He aspires to become a-n G 2 7-. - 1 . , I 'z '. . ' ,, ' N , .. - H- J - A . - I . . . . . Q 1 1 F 5 ' 5 t , , 2, g gt . 'Q .' A U ' if , . 'fyz I V ,E , I . . .1 . 1 . ' 4 A , - I tl I7 3 7 ' ' ' 'Q ' ' .X r we 212 J , ' .I ng , SJ 3 1 l y 1 re " 'A fs 1 y -"1"Cl 1, Qt ,14 ll ,2,, k C' '12,.3 ' 1, :C ' ' ' ' 1 :U :J at . 4 4 . 1, , . . y ,B I - H. ,,-1 '17 'C' WILI I-XXI NFLN1-XNN 1300 Cylenlxrook Ro td Huntlnedun X lllLX Folfege Preparalorv B1 Cross Qountrw 1 B uketlmll 1 r um 3 Ih1s 1JllfSI1f1dll'IEK lmuketlnll pl tx er w1ll study to become '1n engneer xt Drexel VVLXLTER NILI-IOI SON Colfege Preparatory' 1 56 'Nleetlnghouxe Rtnd Nleldow brook N1ck Honor SUClLfY Pres1dent , lxex Llulv 1 hee res1dent3 Tenmx 3 B1 elw 1ll 1 Lluxor 60 0llFlCll Sophomore Ur1ent1t1on Qommntee 1 NCICHCC Sem1n1r 3 Epitaph Co Fdntor , In the future he w1ll go to xhllll 1m College CARUI Y N NELI Colfege Preparatory 614 Klrkwood Avenue Ifox Chflse Vlanor Nell1e Cheerlead1ng1 3 PI' I NX 3 umor Plas Sp1r1t C,omm1ttee 3 umor Prom f 1l1 N1zht 1 3 Semor Prom Semor Play Yearbook 3 She w1ll prob 1hlw enter Shlppensburg, State Teacher S College ROBFRI NFLX1-KN Colfege Preparatory 451 C,entr1l Avenue North I-I1llx Bob W restlmg 3 Bob wants to 1ttend Penn State Ihe future aees h1m as a Chemlst S-XNIJR-X NI' LNI 'KN folfege Preparatfn II 8 Ulmer Ru 1d Huntmgdon X IIILX ID 1 ' renc ll LID or 5 o 1 Sm 1 who tnjoxs d moms 1 1 future or tl hs1b1en1st I'l -XINF NIWX NI -XN College Preparaton IOOQ Irvm Ro 1d Huntmgdon X ullu une llflltll' 1xtor11nx Bow 1n1., 3 Lsherettex Yearbook 1 I'l11ne trmxferred here lrom I pper D Lrln I-hgh She w1ntx to e,o1nto the element trx te1Cl11n1:, Held ARK-XDI NIRIFOROXX Coffege Preparalorv 1 1 Suxquehrmnl Ro1d -Xluneton Arkx ibmgtonzan 1 3 New Bure1u 1 , Por 1 Llulm , Orade 1 , I mn Llulm 1 Scnence Semmar R1He 1 umor Plu Senlor Plan Yearbook 3 The chemutrs Held w1ll he uded hx -Xrkx L -XROI N lsLL1. Bzomers Eduralxon 644 Lncket -M enue -Xrdslex L lrol PBI -X 1 Correxpondme Secretarx 3 B1lmle Llula 3 Cnl1N1ght 3 FHA , Sp1r1tLomm1ttee3 Ihe tuture finds her 15 1 becretarx DOROTHH NORRIS B14 mem EdIlfHfI07 1147 F1 ton Road Roblsn Dottle Sx nchromzed Sw1mm1n2 1 3 FI-I-X 1 3 B1 ,le Club 1 Dott1e vmntb to become '1 becretarx I II I IF NOX IKOFF B11 mes Education 1 ,17 Crlenlmrook Rmd Huntmqdon Y xllex Lllle llhlOI' H1 IOYIZIIIS 1 FBL-X PI-I-X XXO1'lel!1LIl'1 'ln othce 1 her de 1re tor the tuture CHKRI ES RON Al D OISTFR Coflege Preparutofv I4 lxenmore -Xyenue Glenside Ronnie Sophomore Chorus 1 -X Cappella 3 District L orus 3 Band 1 3 Wheel Clul1H1stor1'1ns 3 Sup 1 moreO1'g1n11at1on Committee I unior Play b1l1X1ght 3 ST FPH -KN IE OLER College Preparatory 14:3 Pepper Road enlsintown Steph Sophomore Orgfmimtion Committee 1 umor Prom enter a junior college RUDOLPH OPPERM ANI Vgmfwngl 424 'I yson 'Ky enue Glenside Rudy works after school Following his graduation from high school he will become '1 machinist EDVK ARD O ROURRE General 434 Central Ay enue Worth Hills OTool Ed Eddie Basketball 1 Baseball I 3 Ed shobbie are music and all kinds of sports Ed will join one of the branches ofthe Armed Forces h Senior Consumers CHARI ES H ORTMAN College Preparatory 2931 Sunnycrest Road Vlillow Groye Bud Footballi 2 3 Basltetballl 2 3 Baseballi 3 Leo Club Varsity A Club Charles hobbies are music sports and food CAROI JOY OSMOND General 453 Roslyn Avenue Glenside Carol School Store 3 Spirit Committee 3 umor Prom Senior Prom Sophomore Chorus A Cappella Choir 2 3 Orientation Committee 3 She hopes to become a secretary upon graduation ROWA LYNDA OSSER Busznexs Eduralzon 1862 VVatson Road, Abington "Rona", Spirit Committee 3, Senior Prom 3, FBLA I Rona's hobbies include bowling, music, and the theatre Her future is in the field of medical technology GRACE BETH OXVEV Busznets Education ,2o Hamel Avenue, Ardsley' "Gracie", FBI A 3, FHA 2, 3, Bible Club 1 Grac1e's hobbies include collecting stuffed animals, reading, and teaching Sun day School She wants to be a secretary - A A 3, Avl 4 5. A l '- , . '52, -figgj , , 2 7 A ' , I 'X an ' il' i A ,W ' ' ' K h 1 Q - w A . I -1 v - h , S 25 H S 1 .'Z,g.' 1- 7 2 M, . -1 A . . , , . . . -,l. . . 3, .A S . 1 .v V V ' ' uf' 'V . ,J ' 5, Hg A :J z . A I Senior Promg Baton I, 2, Captain 3g Gala Night 3. Steph will 'j I f 1 '- V , x Rf" A Y Y R 'V' .. ,U Y . . . 1 , , . ' , . A .1 , - My , I , - Y H V V 3 ' S 'fin fi L. 1 y ,. 7 H Hi 1 1 i V ' 1 3 i 121 i y - .. H , - - , . ,X 3 3 . . 1' , . 3 .. H, , , ' . . . I . I , - , . .l , X ' 4 4 , a ein 3 , Digest Stephanie Olek and john Benus represent Abington-first in the alphabet, first in achievement and hrbt in the lunch line. ELAINE KATHRYN PA'I'UNE'I'Z Bnsirzeff Edzfculimi 1315 Trigue Avenue, Cilensidc "l.cnny"g FBLA I, Z,jQB1lT'1d I, 2,3g.'lbl71gl07Il!lVl I, 1, 32 Gala Nightg junior Promg Senior Promg National Honor Society. She will enter Drexel Institute of Technology next full. JOEL STEPHEN PATRICK College Preparnlory 213 Shelmire Street, Fox Chase "joel"g Wrestling ig I.eo Clulm 3g junior Promg Senior Prom. joel wants to become zi Civil Engineer. :ka 79 DIOHN P.-Xlvl. College l'r'z'pzmz!or'v llij Old York Road, Aliington 'i.l.P."1GoltiI, 1, LQ. .lohnX holilwief include golf, hunting,z1nd rwifnmitig. Alolln wants to fiillow his flilflltffis l-ootstegpx luv luef coming at golf "pro," NOlil.l'iNl'i SCE PECK College Pv'fptz1'tzf0t'-x 1241 Pleasant Avenue, Glenfide "Noel"g l.ntin Clulv 1:fifll.1 Night 1,kiI.lllI'iiHI'-Fdfllllf Choruf Spirit Committee j2fJI'iL'r'lI'L1IiHn Committee 2, 3: ,lunior Prom Senior Prom. Noel plane to attend a junior college. BARBARA ,IOAN PETERS College Preparatory 64.1, Moredon Road Huntingdon A allex Barb PFTA 1 Afliliation 1 Sophomore Chorus 1 Gala Night 1 unior Plax Senior Plas Photogrlphx Club 3 Barb s 1mb1t1on has alwaxs been to enter the field ot medical resmreh probablx as '1 bacteriologist IIVDA RARFN PFTFRSEN General 1845 Fdgehill Road Abington I s nn Spanish Llub 3 Ghost VIr1ter3 FHA 3 Swimming 1 3 Spirit Committee 3 Sophomore Orientation Committee lumor I l lx Senior Plax unior Prom Senior Prom I ynn plans to enter the nursing profession W3 JOAN AN DRI' A PPI I follfge lreparalors 1 I4 XX hett heftt I ant Abington Cookie Student Louncll 2 unior Plas Sophomore C o rt Sophomore IJFILDYIYIIPH Lornmittet Cnl1N1ght 1 unior Prom Stnior Prom L okit pl ms to be :medic ll secrt ttrx IEFFREX A PERCAN1 General 1 o Old T ork Road Abington e Is x Q uw 3 Swimming Track jeffs hobbies mclude w mrkmg with rtdio ind IN Ht will gr to Iemple Prep tfr 1 se tr 1nd then on to Penn St ite A IOLET PERRIWS General 349 Decatur Avenue Willow Grove I Gala Night 3 A1 transferred here in her junior year from Cardinal Doughcrq She hopes to become a secretan ARNOLD NIURRAI PESKIN College Preparatory 6 I inton Road Huntingdon A xlley Arnie Basebzll 1 Cafeteria Supervisor 3 Bowling Team 3 Senior Prom G ala Nlight 1 His future will be in account III 9 ,,,S 1 80 5 BARRY WAYNE PET ERSON College Preparafory 549 Crescent Avenue blenside Barry Cross Country 1 Epzlome Editor 3 Orarle 3 News Bureau 1 2 Editor 3 Irtck 1 3 Bowling Club Russian Club 3 Honor Society 3 Science 1nd Math Sem1 nar 3 Abingtoniin 3 Science Club 3 Photography Club Barts will work tow mrds a doctorate in chemistrs CARVIELLA ,I AN ET PEI TIN A'I O Banners Education III Park Axenue Willow Grove "Mel ' FBLIA 3' Spirit Committee 3' Senior Prom. Carmella s hobbies include horseback riding bowling and ,wimming. She plans to enter the business world. LAWRENCE CEORGE PETTX Vocational -147 Ridgeview Avenue ,Abington "Larry likes to swim 'Ind go horseback riding. He hopes to become a builder. RONALD.-X BI.-ARIE PIKALOAA' College Preparatory 11-3 lxingsley Road Rydal "Roni 'Photography Club - 3' PFT.A -' French Club 3' .Af- filiation 3' Sophomore Orientation Committee 3' Gala Night - 3' unior Prom. The future finds Roni in the role ofa nurse. VVILLIAM ALBERT PI KF JR Dutrfbunve Educalzon 719 Los Angeles Avenue Fox Chase Manor Bill flbmgloman 3 FBLA 3 Upon graduation from Abmg ton Bill will enter the armed forces NANCY MARIE PLETSCHER Bufmess Edueatzon 14o2 St John Road Roslyn Nance FBLA 1 2 3 Junior Play Senior Play The future finds Nance as a secretary STEWVART FRAN KLINI PLOCK JR College Preparatory 2840 Limekiln Pike Worth Hills Stu Band 1 2 3 Baseball 1 unior Play Senior Play In his spare time he likes to play the drums Stu will 'ittend Penn State where he will study to become a civil engineer JOHN DERR POLANSKY JR College Preparatory 352 Easton Road Glenside ohn Wheel Clubl 2 3 Affil1at1on2 Pres1dent3 Sopho more Chorus 1 A Cappella Choir 2 Swimming 1 Manager 2 Soccer 1 2 3 Gala l'Night 2 3 AC Committeel 2 Sopho more Orientation Committee 2 Chairman 3 Student Council I 2 3 Class of 60 Council 3 National Honor Society 2 3 ohn hopes to attend Dartmouth where he will prepare to become a medical doctor foemet MW BEVERLY C. PRICE College Preparatory 1615 Shoemaker Road Abington Bev ' Student Council 1' Dog House 1' Spirit Committee 1 3' Cheerleading 2' Yearbook 2 3' PFTA 2 Secretary 3' Advisor Room Treasurer 2' Gala Night 2 3' JAC Committee 2 Chair- man 3' unior Prom' Senior Prom' Student Service Corps 3. Bev will make a pretty elementary school teacher. JEANNE ANN PRITZ General 946 Tyson Avenue Roslyn eannie ' Sophomore Chorus 1' unior-Senior Chorus - ' Spanish Club I 2 Treasurer 3' Adviser Room President -' Spirit Committee 3' FBLA 3' Flag Baton 3' unior Play ' Sen- ior Play' Junior Prom' Senior Prom' Swimming I' Sophomore Orientation Committee 1 2. Optimistic eannie will make a fine nurse. EMILY JEAN PLRDLM College Preparatory 717 Fern Road Glenside Emily ' Spirit Committee 3' PFTA 3' Christmas Decoration Committee 3' Synchronized Swimming 3. This very active girl transferred from Portsmouth High School in Ohio this year. She plans to go on to college where she will study to become a kindergarten teacher. GAIL LYNNE RAINEY College Preparatory 758 Central Avenue, Ardsley "Gail"g Hockey 1, 2, 3Q GIAC 3Q Senior Prom. Among her favorite sports are ice skating and hockey. The nursing pro- fession will be ably assisted by Gail. JW YL, WILLIAM MAURICE POPPEI College Preparatory 1271 School Lane Rydal Bill Vi restling 1 3 His hobbies include playing cards blol ogy and current events Bill will enter the business world VVAYNE EDMOND PORTER General 457 Tyson Avenue Glenside Wayne spends his spare time hunting and fishing His am bition is to become a merchant marine. 'Vw' L 'Pin ,, l CAROL ANN RENINIEH College Prepumlou 942 VN oodcrest Road -Xbmgton Carol transferred here from Cheltenham She 1s lnterested ln art,jazz and tennls Carol wants to be a secretars SHARON L RIBNER Colfege Preparatory 1 34 Oln er Road Huntmgdon X allex Sharon Sophomore Chorus 1 -X Cappella Lholr Oraele 1 3 unlor Plax Class of 60 Councll Gala Nxght 3 Sharon wxll major m Engllsh 1n college and she hopes to teach Engllsh 1n hxgh school FR-XNK RICH -XRDS 1350 East -Ks enue Roslwn Frank Track Nlanager 1 Semor Plas Ihls ph1l1tel1st vull go on to college College Pzepamtorv RO1 REICHNIHN 1330 V5 arner Road, Nleadow brook KlR1Clxy"', Baseball 1, W XX restlmg 1, Cross Country 2 lndoor Track 3, Track 3 -'xlter graduatxon from college Rlckx wants to be a super salesman Coffege Piepmalory Sensors Be Not Tragnc L-XROL R-XLBI' Bzmneff Fdzzealzon 94 Vkellmgton Road l'lkms Park Carol Color Guard 3 PBI A 3 Hdusor Room Secre tars 1 Sophomore Onentatlon Commlttee Sophomore Lho rus 1 Semor Prom -Xflillatlon Gala Nlghf Carol wants to be 1 legal secretary ,ION LE L RAVNI FY Bzwznerf I'dz1fat1or1 41'7fJSCL0l3. Ax enue I'lk1ns Ptrk lke Intramural Basketlm 1ll I lntr1mur1lSottlnll lntrl mural N olley ball 2 oyce would l1ke to go to a husmess college RAIHLPPV RAE NOR General 330 lseswlck Mcnue Crlensldc kathy PHA. 3 Sophomore kJI'lLl'1fIIlU!'l Committee J S S enjoxs swnmmmg dlncmg, md collcctmg records lxathx plans to be 1 nurse DOROTHX Nl REIFF Coffege Preparatorv 532 Edgecomb Avenue Ardslew ottxe Band 3 Orchestrl 3 Dottle plans to go to college She wants to be '1 good l'TlllSlC1'lYl a, 6, , ' 2 - , .' 5 . ' " ' ". ' l 1 . ' -v - ' , 4 a -1.1 A 's.v' A ' V v M, . . . l. . - I ,..,t . ,, b-, 3 g. 31 1 . . . 1 , 1 ll ' V' , . , . , v - - - K 5 Q - 1 , .' .' 1 ' ' . -A .,", ,, , . . ' ' , . J: , .. . , . 1 . . Z, .- MV ,- ' y 'v -' -- . H ll' 'fgya-jpg r 1 ' Y vm x T m 1. i as ' A Y ' H , ,, , , . . , . , , . . , , . , 1 . , . 5 ,. . .. h , 1 1 1 ' 5 . 1' ' . 'L ' . A 1 I e s 1 , ' 1 ' . .. - 1, - , . , . . . q , . D , -, X , , . -, K. . .s .T l Y .1 S . . fr, 17, f... ,. .1 1, - . . . . 1 1 ' V C ' C 'Y -7 U v ' -' 3 - . ..- 1, - - . - . . . . . , . . , 1 1 -, 3, 5 . H U ., . .M, or f ,-,.7 ,S ' 'V K ' -, . , , , , . , A 3 . .. ,ol Y . . Y . . . , . ,. ... , 1 . ' Comedy Lies Ahead DAWVN RIESER College Preparatory 12:1 Red Rambler Road, jenkintown "Dawn"g Bible Club 2, 3. Dawn enjoys tennis and hi fi. She will major in secondary education in college. YVILLI.-XXI RITTNIEYER College Preparnloilv 1133 Fniryhill Road, Jenkintown "Bill" enjoys sports and sports cars. He plans to take teaching at Penn State upon graduation from Abington. MARILYN A. RO.-XCH College' Prfpanzlmy 305 Wellington Terrace, Jenkintown "Marilyn"g Hockey Manager I, 2, 3, Gala Night 15 Spirit Committeeg Junior-Senior Chorus IQ Oracle I, 2, 32 Synchro- nized Swimmingq junior Prom. Marilyn, a Charleston expert, wants to become an educated housewife after college. RONALD ROBBINS College Preparatory I13I june Road, Huntingdon Valley "Ronnie',g Sophomore Orientation Committee 15 Cross Coun- try Manager 2. After college Ronnie wishes to become a jeweler. jim Sullivan really isn't perturbed at Eve Bennett's actions, they're just living up to their title of best actor and actress. DURO I H'1 ROBFRSUN College Preparatory 18 6 Old W elsh Rrnd -Kbmgton Do Band 1 3 Blble C. ub 3 Dot ls xery actlxe 1t r church Ind Sundn school She wants to be 1 stenographcr 'NIH X IN ROBFRT5 General I5I9 Rothley Axenue Vhllow Crrove Hxcltedo Footballl 3 B'1sltetball3 Baseball 3 Ieo Llub 'Vlel s ambl 1on IS to plfu pro baseball El IIABETH ANN ROBILRTSON College Preparatory 63 Montgomery Avenue Fox Chase 'Nlanor Betsy Sophomore Orlentatlon Lommlttee 3 Swlmmmg 3 Sy nchronwed Sw1m1n1ng 1 umor Hlstormns 3 Betsy plans to be 1 nurse JAWI1 ROBINSON General 305 Elm Avenue, Worth Hllls ame Synchronwed bwlmmmg 'Nlanager 1 Sophomore Unentatlon Commlttee 1n1e enjoys re1d1ng and dancmg She wants to be a nurse ALLEN ROSE General 31 Cadwalader Avenue Mclxmley Allen Track 1 Allen came to us as a JUDIOI' from Jenkln town Hlgh School He IS a member of Phylos H1 Y and smgs Wlfh the xvetones He hopes to make hls future wlth a s1ng1ng group DOROTHX ROSEYBERGER College Preparatory 24,7 Susquehanna Road Roslyn Dotty Sophomore Orlentatlon Commlttee 2 FHA 1 3 Bmble Club 1 2 I atm Club 1 bpanlsh Club 2 3 Sy nchron17ed Sw1mmmg1 1 3 PFTA3 Class of 60 LOUDCll 3 umor Play Student Dlrector ,Iumor Prom Gala Nlght 1 Stagecraft VN orkshop 1 Semor Plav Semor Prom PATRICIA ROSNIOV College Preparatory 1245 Imperlal Road Rydal Pat umor HISIOYIHUS 3 Sophomore OFICDIRIIOD Com mxttee 2 3 Yearbook 3 Bowlmg Club 3 SWlmmlUg Alde 2 3 Pat w1ll study psychology ln college and then hopes to be come a lawyer JOHN ROTH Bufmexx Education 702 Washlngton Lane, jenkmtown "Johnny", Soccer 1, Wheel Club 3, Spmt Commlttee 3, Afhllatlon Club 3 Johnny' wants to go Into the automob1le busmess after school JUDITH ROULSTON College Preparatory 1 37 Nllll Road Nleadowbrook udy Intramural Hockey 1 Intramural I 1cro se 1 Adv1sor Room Secretary Russlan Study Club -Xrhlmtlon 3 Hockey 3 Gala N1ght3 unlor Play Yearbook3 Student Counc1l 3 ELS-X DI-XNE RLBIN College Preparatorv SII Nlary -Xvenue Huntmgdon I alley Elly Dancmg T I the plano and swlmmlng are Flly chlet outslde xnterests Her future w1ll be work then marr1 lge ELIZABETH RLDNIR College Preparatory 1238 Nlenlo Avenue C lenslde Betty Basketball 1 3 Sp1r1tComm1ttee 3 KHL 3 Afhhatlon 1 PPT-X Betty IS Interested 1n 'zll sports She would l1ke to be a phy slcal educatlon te1cher BARBARA SUSANI RUTHBPRC College Preparatory IOI4 Old Ford Road I-Iuntmgdon Y alley Barbara Enghsh Club 3 junlor HISIOFIJHS 3 Fpllaph 3 Epztome 3 Barbara entered -Xblngton th1s year from North east Hlgh School 1n Ph1ladelph1a Her outs1delnterestslnclude tenn1s mus1c boatlng and readmg and she plans to enter college 1n the fall VW? in 'Fir RICH-XRD SANDERS 706 W ashlngton Lane enkmtown Rxeh Latm Club 1 3 Sophomore Onentatlon Comm1ttee 3 un1or HISIOFIHDS 3 Forum Club 3 Blble Club Senlor College Preparatory Play Semor Prom GUSSELLA S-KTINUFF College Preparatory 916 Pembroke Road Ry dal 'Gussle' , Ixbrary Aide 1, 1, 3, Manl Room 3, 3, Sophomore Orlentatlon Comm1ttee ", 3, Synchromzed Sw1mm1ng Man ager 1, 1, fibzngloman ', FBL-X ', 3, French Club 1, Yearbook 3, Gala Ylghf 3, Semor Prom, Semor Plax Crussle would l1ke to become a C P -X and w1ll attend elther IX harton School or Penn State SUS-XY ELLEN S-KUPPEE College Preparatory "o16 Harmony Lane, Glens1de "Sue", Jumor Prom, Senlor Prom, Sw1mm1ng 1, ', 3, Sopho more Chorus 1, Lacrosse 1, 3, Sophomore Onentatxon Com mlttee 1, 3, Synchromzed Sw1mm1ng I, French Club ', Bowl mg Club 1, 1, 3, Sp1r1t Comm1ttee 1, ', 3, Sc1ence and Mathe matlcs Semmar 3 Sue would l1ke to enter the math held alter attendlng Bucknell LINTD-X AYW S-XURXI-XV Busznesx Educatmn 649 Jackson -Xvenue, -Krdsley "L1n", Blble Club 1, 1, Pres1dent 3 Green ey ed Lmda RSPIPCS to enter the buslness world THOVIAS RUTLEDGE Vocational 461 Kesw1ck Avenue Glens1de Tom Football 1 2 3 Basketball 1 -Xdvxsor Room Pres1 dent 1 3 W hen out of school Tom w1ll work 1n the DuPont Prlntlng Plant HARRY SAFFER College Preparatory 1415 Noble Road jenkmtown Harry Gala Nlght I 3 ibznglonzanl GOlfl 3 Intra mural Basketball Adv1sor Room Mce Presldent 1 Bowhng Club 3 He w1ll go to college to become a stock broker me "' 1 -' , , , 2 ' Y ', f,,,' ?,gg 1 ' - 4 e f, Qi - . ,. ,, A, 4' Y". 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Room '18 fthe Engllsh of IICCD I5 where sou usually can find budding wrlters Crarg Clmron and Sharon Rlbner 's SANDRA A SQOIHIPI D ffflege lreparulorw 445 Aluneton Axenue Crleneide Smdx Sophomore Chorus 1 zfbzngtonzan 1 A L13 pelli L fir 3 I I A 1 Yearbook 3 Sophomore Urientmon Committee 3 School Store 1 SANDRA JAH NF SCO'I T fmeral IOI6 Sherman Axenue Huntingdon A allex Sandy Sophomore Chorus 1 PPTA 'Nlulroom favorite hobbies 1re dancing and horeelnclt riding The future finds Sandx IS ln ur line xtewardev ANITA I SI'bAI Coffege Preparatorx 64" Meadow Road Huntmgdon A allex Cheeta PPTA 1 Gala Nlght Senior Plu Senior Irom Qheetl will ao to Penn State where she will txlte elementirs education I'RANIx C SILl'If JR Colfege Preparalorv , 9 Argyle Road North Hills String Bean IS secretary of the Golden Hawks S1le Drnmg Clulu He wants to become a florist and now worlee at a florist shop after school PHII IP SH ADI I' College Plepmalory 635 Alnneton Axenue Abington Uncle Phil 'I rack 1 3 Phil IS a lite guard in the summer and 1h im oper zror :ll xeir round He hope1 to m xjor in electric 1l engineering xr the Air I orce Acfademx LAROI H SH AI I'I' R C1ffrEL lrffnznllorx 1148 Hiehl md Ax enue Alunzton Lirol Ss nchromfed Svslmmina 1 NI 1n12er 3 Class or 60 Council 1 Sp 1n1Qh Club 1 junior Prom AHS Isherettee 3 C1rol will eo to 1 lwu me xchool vshere he will studx to become 1 lee,1l ecretirx SARAH LOLISI- SHANI1 8 3 H1lld1le Road blenside Sindx French Llulu Club 3 Senior P111 lunior Prom Senior Prom Alter 1 col College P1 rpm aim 1 A 3 Band , P11215 leee educatlon Khe would like to become an I'nel1xh te lcher ANNI- PRISLII I A SHAW Bzffmfff 031 Horice Axenue Alnnuton N mcx I Bl A J Iunior H11tor1ans K3 Spirit Committee 1 ball Night 3 Senior Prom All sports fespeci lllx honelmclt rldlngl xeelne pl in and ll tening to record comprm: Anne 1 r1l1l1lL She hopes to lwecome 1 lavuer 1 SCCTSIIFS 'lx QU:-v 'iv ,J DIANE E SERODH Coflege Preparatory 1181 Cumberland Ro1d Alnngton berod Spanlsh Llulm 3 Senior Plfu Sophomore Orienta Dlanc pl lns to enter the ldXLl"IlNlhg: field XIRFINIA ANN SI' RRAIORI' IIHVIVIFJJ Eduratzoo 1816 Eclnrd Axenue Alnneton Lvinnx FBLA 3 I-HA 7Ibl7lgf071IH7l Senior Plas Senior Prom f 1l1 N1eht 3 Cnnnx pl 1n1 to enter the lJll51flESS world IS uecretirx 11 . 1 1 . 1 1 .1 K ,Kj 1 ,K 1 I 1 " ', , ' ic. -1 K. 1 K A . , K K .K K K , l'l1 2, K , I' 1 , K , . 1 I ' ' 1, 1 . 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' '- '. . 1 ' ' ' ' ' - ' , w fe -y - , e e 1 - g'z, I Kg1' .1 aj 11' I A ,. 5 K' zK'1', 's ' 5 '. 1 ', X , KK, N-XNCX RUIH SHFI ION 1 70 Rostmontl lflt, -Xl11n1.,ton College P1 eprzramrv ln Svlmsh Llulm 1 ll 1 t 3 un orl 11 Stn11 P111 11n1or I rom S1n1orI'rom 'N 1n llku t11Cllr1CL md dr IW She pl 1115 to so on to Collage HOW ARD -XI I -XX SHFR 1855 -Xmlmlcr Rcnd -Xlungton Caflegz' I repmatm v UWIC otlnll B 1 3 Home tnjou 1 sport: up1c1 1llx 1rchcrx huntmg 1nd lsowlmg BRLLF SPFXLFR NHXW fffffgf l'rrj11zmIf11 44 NI1 L 1rm1l Xxtnut I ltn xdt HCL lfmL,x 141 J 1 1 lx llxl lnftrcxtt Lum 1nd 1511 tx hu nod 1 XXh1r1or1 Sch 1 rl what 1 WI I Il L up nmntw 1dm1n1x1r1111m I IRC IXI-X I-II I'I'X NI -XIX 111111115 fdzrcatznl OI tnlnntrmn R 11d C l1n1d1 Jlnnx Np r II tt Nh vull tnttr lvusxnt world upon Lr1du111on Ir Inl Xlwxnuon XI-XRIHX 'XXX SHI' I' If Cfllrge Prejanzlfrx 3 F151 51111111 Ros xn N IFCX Nhtntrt 1 B lmlt Ll1I 1 PFI -X NH'1Cllrunllt Nw1mm1ng, 1 Sht hopu t11l1LCo1nL 1n 1rt te 1ch1r 1tt1r xtudx mt, at IXIIIIUIWFI St 111 Imchtrs Qolltgt XI II I I-XXI D-Xl FUN SHFI I 'T College Pfeparrztory I 31 XICIFICI Rozd Huntmgdon I 11111 IX ton Iootlnll 1 1 1 Il 1 Forum Ll 1 , 'XHTII 1t1on , C ho t 3 Sutnct N1m1n1r , Folklort txptrt or MX H S Thu tuturt m 1th1m1t1c1 1n mmxs m11s1c l VVILLI-XXI F SI-IFRIFI' lonumnu! 253 jenkmtown Rmd Glermde Coolue Intramur1l I ollex lull Qoolue enjoxs m11x1c 1nd photographx He w1ll work lx 1 prmtcr llter he 5r1du1tts W ILI I-XXI F SHFRRY I ucafmmzf O Church Road Fox Lhut NI 1nor Bxll enjoy sw1mm1n5 w 1r1r xknm, 1nd ke1p1ng hu L r xettc: on the roxd -Klttr 11t1nd1ng collcgt ht wull l11co1ne 1 prmter THOXI -XS ,ILIJD SHIFI DS College I'n'p11mloH 6 5H1ghl1nd Mmm Innkmtown om IIh1el Clulm 1 3 L 1 N of 60 Councll H 1nd omc Tom spendx hu spun mme Wllflxlhg on cars He plmx on college educ 1t11m BRENDA IFE SHORE Coflegr Prfparatmx 611 Fern Ro 1d Glemlde Brenda Sophomore Org'1n1L1t1on Comm1t11.e N1 pho more Or1ent1t1on Commlttee 3 Hockes 1 mr 3 Gala N1Qht1 3 Student Counc1l CorreNp11nd1nL Necn tary V, ,I-XC Commuter: 1 un1or Prom CI-IQ Ntudtnt Counc1l Exchrmge Student 1 Brendi mll elthcr lttcnd I r 1 nus College or a nursmg bchool IIJIJIIH ANNI' sHR1XLR follfge Prfparalon Bocltlus Axcnue Abington udie I-Iocltex 1 Spirit Lommittce 3 Sophomore Organization Committee 1 Student Council 1 PPI A Xice President 3 Gala Night 3 Sophomore Chorus 1 Iunior Senior Chorus 2 A L xppella Lhoir 3 Affiliation Club 3 After college ludic will become 1 biology tmchcr SAI I I MAI' SHUI If College Preparatory ROI Hctthclillc Roid Huntingdon X tlltx iu tix HA 1 PI I'A l icrosst 1 S1 nchronile Swimming 3 Spirit Committee 3 unior Prom unior Plas Senior lrom C111 Night , Dramatics Club Sopho more Orlentition Lomnutttc Sallx will attend a junior college to become 1 mcdit il ecrtt in .IOAN SI-IUPAlx Dzshzbnizte Lduraixon 1448 Pepper Road enl-.mtown oannie School Store 3 umor Prom Senior Prom oannlt cnjoxs dancing and she plans to enter the merchan dlsing field BARBARA JEAN SHLPP College Preparatory 715 Argxle Road 'North Hills Barb PI IA 1 AH'1l11t1on Club 1 French Club Band 1 3 Orchestrl 1 3 Sophomore Concert Choir 1 A Cappella Cho1r3 District Band 3 Gala Night 1 2 3 Musical Barb wants to attend I eb mon A allex College where she will take up music education .fm 'VIARIANNE JOAN SIEGEI General IO4O Arthur A1 enue Huntingdon Valley 'Marianne ' FBLA - 3' Synchronized Swimming I' unior Prom' Senior Prom' Spirit Committee 3' Gala Night 3' Sen- ior Play' Sophomore Orientation. Friendly 'Vl1ri1nne hopes to attend nursing school. MARNIN LINCOLN SIMMONS General 2-09 Floreys Lane Roslyn 'Rainwater ' Band 1 - 3' Baseball 1' Track 2 3' Class of 60 Council -. .Artistic Marvin hopes for '1 career in the armed forces. co1,ETTE ANNE SIMONE College Preparatory 1955 Chester Avenue Abington Ket ' Cheerleading 1 2 3- Student Council - 3- PFTA 1 2 3g Gala Night 2, 3g Sophomore Organization Committee IQ unior Promg GIAC 3. Vivacious "Ket" will attend Shippens- burg to become an elementary teacher. ,IOANNE RUTH SIMPSON Business 2417 Edgecomb Avenue, Glenside "jo" holds a rank of SfSgt. in Abington Squadron 908 of the Civil .Air Patrol besides being a Sunday School teacher. This conscientious girl plans to work in the secretarial field upon graduation. D U ' n..'..,,1 ww - ., 1. 1--- ,. ,. 1 HJ .,,- 1 ' M , .. . . B 1 I . f 9 . 3 "9 ' 'Y ,V ' .- l 1 I 3 1 1 1 1 I . P 1 N 1, 1 , . , - -, ' 1 -3 f ' - ti- ' 3. 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BARBARA SMITH lfll.Vf?lt'5.V Efinmlimz 1509 Shoemaker Roald, Alvington "I'I:1rIm"g I"BI,A 1, 53, 'Iunior Prom, Adviyor Room Secretary- Trezuurer lg Spirit Committee 1, lg Yearboak ,gg Gala Night 1, Lg, Sophomore Orientation Committee 1, ,gg IAC Committee 1, .gg Dog Houye. After attending college Burlw plans to Ive either ll private or medical secretary. iv W' V 'Q BRl'CI'i SMITH , Cnllegf l'n'juzr'r1lmQv IOUS Huntingdon Pike, Huntingdon Valley "Tiger"g Science Clulv 'ig Swimming lg Band ig Bowling Cluli 1. After attending college Bruce plum to be il millionaire. ,IRAN MCLFAN SMITH Colfege 1J7'."frI7'dlU71Y 468 SyIva1niziAvenue,Glenxide ",I::a1nnie"g Sophomore Orientation Committee 2, pq, Sopho- more Chorue I1 junior-Senior Chorus IQ A Cappella Choir 3. The future Findb Jeannie in 11 secretarial poaition. QW JOHW SOXXI- ,IR General 1577 Rockwell Road -Xbmgton ohn Cross Countrx I C1olf1 3 He enjows worlung w1th englnes and playlng golf He plans to be a cabmet maker BARBARA JEAN SPANCJ Busznexs Education I2 4 M1ldred Avenue, Roslyn Barby enjoys '1ll sports The future flnds her 1n the busmess world, prob lllly as a secretary 1371 W II l I-XXI ILDYY ARD SNH DFR Collfgo Prepamlors II Prukdale -henue Glenslde Sm Baslsntlmll I 3 lntrlmuril Basketball 1 Inrrunurnl Xollesball 3 -'ldusor Room Pres1dent ex 111 1 1 m tu attend uLsI Chu ter Smte Icac er College. where he w1ll major 1n Phxs1c1l l'duc1t1on and H1s tors He hopes to coach basketball and football W II l I-XXI CH KRLFS SODEN ,IR College Preparalorx s Noble Road enluntown 1 nel Club lr Cl l 3 Sw1mm1ng 3 -Xd11 or Room Othcer B1ll v11ll attend college where he w1ll studx to become 1 laws er -XRI FNE sOFFER College Pzeparatory 64: Susquehanna Road Huntmgdon Xallew R Sophomore CJFICYIIIIYIUH Commntee 3 Art Cl b lfeafbook 3 un1or Plax Semor Plax C1 I1 N1Lht 3 IFI A 3 Sp1r1t Comm1ttee 3 She plans to become 1n element lry school teacher IOU ANNF SONIES College Preparatorv X66 Rosemore Menus Glenslde omore Chorus I Sp1r1t Commlttee 1 3 Sw1mm1ng 1 PFTA 3 -I-XC Comm1ttee 3 Yearbook 3 Dog House un1or Sen1or Chorus 3 Czala N1ght 3 un1or Prom I ou w1ll go to college to become a teacher ROSENI-XRIE SPENCER College Preparalory 18 6 Edge H1ll Road -Xbmgton Ross Ssnchronwed uw1mm1ng Sp1r1tComm1tree Sopho more KJFICIIIIIIUI1 Comm1ttee 3 Rosx w1ll become a nurse probablx spec1al111ng 1n ped1atr1Cs Y IRGINI-X RCTH SPENCER College Preparotorv 1 O Fast -Xxenue Roslsn C11nn1e 5Nl1Cl'lI'Ul"lllCd Sw1mm1ng 1 3 B1ll Cl b 1 PH-X 3 Sophomore Chorus 1 Sophomore Or1ent1t1on Com mlttee Cnnnle w1ll become '1 nurse alter studung at e1ther Chestnut H1ll or Presbs ter1an Nursmg Schools JOAN SUS-XN SPERINC College Preparalory 358 Chkdale 'Menue Glenslde om Iatm Club 1 Sop omore Chorus 1 PFTA PHA. 3 Crala N1ght 1 3 Semor Plax Semor Prom Her hobbx IS 1entr1loqu1sm oan w1ll go to college to become an elementarx teacher X lRC1lNI-X I H NNE sPRIXt,ER College Preparalorj 661 Forrest -Xxenue,,lenls1ntowr1 Cnnnx ", Photographs Club freasurer 3, jumor Prom, Gala Nlght 2, French Club 3 Photographx A Sc1ence Club 3 She transferred here lh her junlor xear trom Nlelrose -Xcademx Cnnnx hopes to become a nurse lf, A ' N " ,. 2 2 1 Y ' C A V 1 '- CJ A "f fdnl .. 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B-XRB-XR-X PI F-XNUR SPRINGNI-XX foliage PPKAIIIIVIIVPW I8 4 Roberta Avenue -Xhmgron Sprung PIVI HX -XC Commlttee 3 unIor Prom Sophomore Ornenmrlon CommIttee Nemor Prom Plug Baton 3 Mter' college she wlll become 1 te1Cher or legil secretarx NI-XRTH-X I -XRR-XBFIL SPRULT College lrepamlou 444 I-Iamel Kxenue North Hllls arty 'mn Club I M5511 mon Commlrree I , S r ommlttee IH-X 3 Dog, House I -Xrchxxes , Nhe w rks IS 1 volunteer 'It -Xhmgron Hosplml Nhrrx wlll m 1-jill' In home economIcs at Drexel CHARI Ps FIJII IX SI -XI PH lomfmmzf I O Curtls -Xxenue -Xlungton Chuck enjoys hunrlnb md hshlng -Xlrer rhr N mu he hope to become an electncul engnur W W 'XI NI' SIIXRIX I444 I lllyho Ro Id NIL Idowlmrook College I repm aim x VK une Soccer I 3 IlheelClul1 Spxrnt Commlttee Hls spare tlme finds hxm flshxm, Ind huntlnz MARK RODC FR 'SI'I'IN College Prepmatorv I4 'NICI' ldden Drug Huntlngdon I 1Ilex Nlurk Forum Club I He enjoxs phorogmphx -Ktrer college he hopes to lwecome 1 surgeon SLI-KNNF NI-IRC -XRPT SII-XX -XRT Calfegf 1 rzpamlors I ,oo I more Ro ld Nh xdowhrook Su: 'Xdusor Ri!1lUlfjfI1CIll I 5ILIdCl"lECULlT1Cll , H1 Chu T nm I Sophomore Orlenrinon Commune In 1 Nlghf I unIor I rom Nemor Prom Onzffr , lem book 3 -XC Commlttee I Ihc tuture finds Sue 1 1 mLdlCll secremrx SCb-KN IRFXF N'I'OC'lxI'R D1 fflbllfl e Edlzcalz n Is R1dgCNlEW -Xxenue -Xbmqton Nue FBI,-X I -Xrr Club J Photoezraphx Club I Cyala Nlghr I Rlfle bue plans to enter the busxness world B-IRB-XR-X J-XNE SIURTZ Genera! I , Yallex Rofnd Nleadowbrook Bu7 Sophomore Chorus I bplrlt Commlttee Her spare txme Is spent readlng bhe would hke to be a secretirs fb'-X QS Z' I' UC I-'NI' C -XRI SI -X ION ffllegr Prepamlmv 814 Nortollx Ro Id enkmrown me S our I Ise ll 3 hu Club 3 Bllwllfls C ul, I -Km zreur Rldmo Clulm l"lC wmrs to le 1rn to fls I pl ITIL K em will enter the held of lnologxczl or medlcll rese1rch ICARPN XIRC INI-X SII'Clxl3l Coffegf Preparatory 1436 -Xmurx Road Rsdxl lxzren -Xrhllmon I , Ns nchromfed Swlmmlng I Sophomore Choru I -X C xppellz Cho r Scxence Nemm Ir g n or Pl IX I1rIn Clulx , NpIr1tCommIttee Yezzrbofle Albmgtanmn I C ll 1 'Nxghr , Sophomore Urrenr 1 tlon Commlttee 1 unIor Pro I If ? , is 'kv 't I-IAROI D CHARLES SUNDBY JR College Preparatory 951 Fdge Hnll Road Roslyn Hal zlbzngloman 3 Cross Country 'Vlanager 3 ll restl1ng 3 He collects stamps and coms VANICY JANE SUTHERLAND College Preparatory ISOI Am1ty Road Rydal 'Nanc AfI:1l1at1on I 3 Gala Xlghf 1 3 un1or Prom Tenms 1 3 Synchronwed Swlmmlhg 1 Spamsh Club 3 Spmt Comm1ttee 3 Yearbook 3 Sophomore OTICHIHIIOH Com m1ttee 2 3 Student SCFVICC Corps Semor Plax Semor Prom Nlanc plans to attend Allegheny College ROBERT EDMOYD SLTTON College Preparatory IIO4 VN estbury Road enklntown Bob Band I A Cappella Cho1r 3 Gala N1ght3 D1str1ct Chorus 3 Reg1onal Chorus 3 idusor Room Pres1dent 1 Although he IS uncertam as to h1s future he IS cons1der1ng the mlmstry NIICHAFI ,I SVUXAB College Preparatory 1331 I enore Road Meadowbrook Nomad SOCCCTI 2 3 Spanlsh Club 1 M1ke w1ll attend college In the future he wants to lne and enjoy lxfe to 1ts fullest Perslslence DORIS -IO-XX STRIRCI PR Bu.fme.f.f Educatzon ,16 Church Road Fox Chase Nlanor B1ddy I BI 'X 3 Senmr Prom Her hobbx IS bowlmg B1ddx wfmts todo othce work 1nd w1ll prob xblx become a secretarx jOH'N IOSEPH STUETL Voeatzonal 636 Penn Menue, Ardslex ohn hlses to work on cars go flshmg and bowlmg -Xfter he becmnes 1 meehamc he would llke to get a c1r and 1 boat JAVIFS THOMAS SULLII AN College Prepararorv 36 Fxergreen Road enlxmtown m CnlaN1ghr 1 2 3 SOCCCFI 3 Sophomore Chorusl A C xppella Cho1r 2 Boys uartet 1 3 Class of 60 Counc1l 3 umor Play 1m enjoys tr'1vel1ng HIS future plans 1n clude a med1Cal career ROBERT SUI I IVANI College Preparatory 400 Moredon Road, I-Iuntmgdon I alley Sully Sw1mm1ng 1 Sp1n1sh Club He IS mterested ln electromcs mechamcs and automob1les Bob w1ll attend the Chry sler School of Engmeermg where he w1ll study to become an automotlve engmeer Produces Prolit JOHN SXVANSUY College Prepczmtory 18,26 Harding Avenue, :Xbingtfin 'ljuhnnyng Succer I, 1, ,gg Science Club 1, gg Hfmwr Sficiety 1, 3, Bowling Club 2, gg Tennis I. This philatelist plains to enter the medical field. ESTHER Nl. 5ZYXl:XNSKl lfngn1f,frlidnmfimx 516 Briarwiirid Road, filenside "l'iaster"g Advisor Room Secretary-Treasurer IQ FBI..-X Ng. After cullege she wishes to become zx medical technician. Esther plains tu raise her uwn hurses. URSCL.-X TADDE College Preprzratmlv 1221 Boclcius Avenue, Abington l'L'sChi"g Afliliation Committeeg PFT.-Kg Latin Club. Uschi, this year's exchange student from Berlin, Ends reading, music, swimming, and the theater enjoyable pastimes to fill her spare time. She will complete her high school course when she returns home and then will gn on tu study either languages or medicine. ll.-XNIES P. T.-XSSEY College Preparatory 186i Kimball Avenue, Willmw Grrive "-limng Fotitball lQ Baseball IQ Class of '60 Council lg Gyms nastics 3. He will attend either Eastern Baptist or Lebanon Valley College where he will study to be an architect. s Judy Feldman, .lee johnson- Stern, aren't they?freceive plau- dits fur seriousness. I'l IIABPIH ANN 'IAH LOR Ceneral 3 Irlebel Road Rosly n I 1 umor HISIOYIHDS 1 3 Bowl1ng Club 3 Semor Prom C ala Nnght 3 PFIA L17 wants to become n nurst after studylng If the Chestnut Hull HC1SI3lf1l C I ADH S TAI LOR Banners Education 858 Mt Carmel Ax enue North Hllls Cladys Basketball 1 FBLA She enjoys re1d1ng IH her spare trme C ladys wants to become 1 bookkeeper MARII I 'NI TAX LOR General 1551 VN arner Road Meadowbrook Manly n Student Councll 2 un1or Senror Chorus 3 Cala Nxght 1 FHA Sophomore Orlentatron Commlttee 3 'NI1r1 lyn wlshes to become an X ray technlclan VSARREW TAYLOR Voeatxonal 70, Harrrson Avenue Ardsley lack Track 1 Football 3 Wocatronal Dance Commlttee 3 Motorcy clung cars and playmg the gurtar fill XX arren s spare tlme In the future he plans to work for the Phlladelphra Electrxc Co LORRAINE THOMAS Buxzneu Edufalfon 404 Roslyn Avenue Glenslde Lorry Advxsor Room Treasurer 1 Secretary FBI A 3 FHA 2 3 Lorry wants to do office work NANCY THOMAS College Preparatory 817 Hllldale Road Glenslde Nancy Sophomore Organlzatlon Commlttee 1 umor Sen lor Chorus 2 Sophomore Chorus 1 Gala Nnght 1 2 Sy nchro mzed Swrmmmg 2 ELIZABETH ADAMS THOMPSON College Preparalory Larkfield Sprlnghouse Beth Hockeyt 2 TCHHISI 2 3 Gala wlghtl 2 3 Soph omore Organlzatron Commxttee 1 Latln Club 1 PFTA 2 3 umor Prom Semor Play Semor Prom Yearbook 3 Spmt Commlttee 3 Beth would luke to be an elementary school teacher or spend a skatrng career on the rce PATRICIA THOMPSONT Buxxneu Eduealxon 539 Edgley Avenue, Glenslde "Pat", FHA 1, 2, 3, FBLA 3 Pat enjoys drawmg, dancnng and smglng She wants to be a secretary JEAWNE L THOMAS College Preparatory 1 31 Fleetwood Road Rydal eanne Bowllng Club 3 Student Councll 3 Senior Play 3 Splrlt Commlttee 3 PFTA 3 Yearbook 3 Stagecraft VK orkshop 3 eanne transferred here from Evergreen Park Illrnors rn her senlor ye1r In the future she wxll elther take up teachmg or rama LIWDA JANE THOMAS College Preparatory 914 Colwyn Road enklntown I rn Sophomore Chorus umor Semor Chorus A Cappella 3 Sy nchromzed SW1mmlDg 1 3 Latm Club 1 Splrlt Com mlttee 2 3 junlor Play Semor Prom Blue eyed Lln fills her spare tlme by baby s1tt1ng and watchmg TX She wlll become a nurse BARBARA TRIPLETT Bzuzness Eduratzon 4 O Cadwalader Avenue Elklns Park Barb Intramural Basketball I She hkes to hsten to progres sue 3112 Barb plans to do clerrcal work when she graduates JOHN R TROUP College Preparalorv I 89 XX elsh Road Ablngton Trooper Soccer I XX resthng I He IS a member of the Sleeper s Rod and Custom Club ohnnw wants to go on to col lege and be a play box L RS' 'WNYGYQHK X IRGINIA 'IOVII INSON College Preparatory 636 KIrkwood Avenue Fox Chase Nlanor Cmlnm Swlmmmg I 3 Gala Nxght 3 Student Connell I Sophomore Chorus I A Cappella Choxr 3 5pIrIt Commrttee 1 I .mn Club I Glnny aspnres to become a doctor JOHNI PAUL TOSSONIA Voralxonal I 82 W underland Road Roslyn ohnny works on the co op program He worked on the Wo catxonal Dance Commlttee and enjoys playmg football He wIll become eIther a pllot or state trooper XX Al TFR TRIEBEI General 6 5 Fern Road Glensnde VS 'Ilt Stagecraft Vworkshop 3 Photography Club 3 Com mumcatnons ll alt who IS Interested In amateur radxo and stage hghtmg wlshes to become a COmmCfCl3l artlst HEI ENE TRIVIBORV College Prrparatory 342 Church Road Fox Chase Manor Helene bophomore Chorusl Abzngtomanl 2 French Club I umor Play Gala NIght 3 Synchromzed Swlmmmg 2 Afhl Iatlon 3 Semor Play Sophomore Orlentatlon Commlttee 3 DONALD TURN ER College Preparatory I 74 une Road Huntxngdon Yalley Don Band I 3 He IS a phnlatehst Don wxll take the lxberal Irts course In college PA I RICI A UN DI' RNA OOD Buunfxr Eduratxon I234 Bocklus Awenue Ablngton Pat Sophomore Chorus I FBLA 3 Sophomore Orlenta non CommIttee 1 Pat wlll enter the buslness world JOAN NI ARIE URBAN General 545 Crescent Ax enue, Glensnde 'Jonn", Cheerleadlng I, Spamsh Club I. Advlsor Room A Ice Presldent I, Sophomore Orlentatlon Commlttee ", Gala Nlghf 3, bpmt Commnttee 3, Semor Prom After completmg her col lege educatlon Joan wlll become a medlcal secretary GRACE ANGELA URNIS Collage Preparatory 150 Qhelmlre Street, Fox Chase 'Penns ", News Bureau ", Edxtor In Chnet 3, Yearbook 3, Orafl: 3, -Iumor Hxstonans 3, Secretarx 3, Qophomore Orlenta tlon Commlttee 1, 3, Class of '60 Councxl, Latm Club I, Qtu dent Councnl I, Hockey I, Lacrosse I, 3, 3, Orchestra I, 3, 3 Penny IS plannmg to attend Beaver College Puncluality Presents Ne Problem to I-XXI' I 'XI-XRII' I-XX -XXII Hn mr Iwflzmlz 11 I 'NI1Ch1eI Ro1d NIe1dovnI1rook myt SVHITIITIIHQ 1 Hx nchronlled SWITTIITIIHL 1 NPITII Qommlttey 1 C I-IC umor Prom Semor Imm N y vfxll L 1 on to Ixyx stony umor College IPR HII IMXXB R f tg 1 11111 1884 I'dgy Hlll Rold -Xlwmgton 1 t xr e L11 Q tr1n fyrryd hyry from I 1N illy Hrgh xt thy ynd ol h1 sophomf ry xeur W zlt wlll ittend I 1Il1nox1 r I 1 Nzlly C fllygy whyry hy wlll further h1s edL1C1t1on ll DI I H I ANSAWI IJIVIVIAIIII 1 l'd1zct1lmn 640 Lyd lr Ro 1d Ablngton ud1y works qt VI1n,1m1Iyer I-Iyr pl ms for thy tutury cludy thy fields of homemxlymg md merchmdlfmg II- -XX SHIRI PI I -ILC HN Ruffin' ldnratzf 14 Clylrxlyw ehynuy Wlllow I rose e1n 1 mymhyr of the Crestmont DflII'I6lU1 ymox phot IL, mphx 1nd j 111 She mll become a IlC'lIlflClU'l we 'fvf l 1 1 l in 44C Falrhlll -M emle Cylynslde Gml Swlmmmg 1 Splrlt Lommlttyy jumor Prom hen 1or Prom -Xdusor Room Sycrymrs 3 Sophomore Orxentfl t1on Lommzrtye Nophomory Org 1n1l111on Lommlttye C1111 s holxbs IS modylmg 'why wlll yntyr thy Southyrn Semm xrx md lumor Lolleyy when shy w1ll mqor ln myrchmdmng, ,IOSFPH -I Y ILL-XNTIL Co! ege I repamtorx 1404 Fdgewood -M enuy Roslm oe Biselnll 1 Intmmurzl B1 Iyetlnll pmt Commlttee 3 umor Prom Nymor Prom oe s mtere ts m clude sports md 1stronomx He vnll lttynd 'Notry D lme where he wlll rudx to Iuycome xn yngmeyr I-XNE NOG-XX Cofffge Prepamlmx 18 4 Canterhurx Rand AIIIUIJIKJTI ane Hoclyex 1 3 Bulyetball 1 Iacrossel 3 PFT-X , GIAC 1 Npmt Commntye 1 C111 Nlght 3 umor Plas umor Prom Semor Plu Synlor Prom Yearbook Sopho mory QDYICFII mon Lommxttny umor Symor Chorus NRI ENE ICX FI Co! age Irepamtan 88 Ro Ixn -M enue Glenslde -Xrlene Lacrosse 3 Semor Plu C11I1 N1ght 3 Spxrlt Com mlttee J -Xrlene transterred here 1n her semor xeur from Del haas She vull go on to college where he vull m'1'1or1n mathe m xtlcb I .f ff: 71 3.1:,4 . . ,. . 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'X J' ' ,' 7 bl' A V i . -X . , ,. .', ..,, Kg, - x . , ' ' . ' .'. X Lk - 5 , , 5 , S - 2' '. 98 Seniors-Sometimes Barb Brown and Lenny Goldstein may have been voted Abington! most punctual people but they were late to have their picture taken. LAWRENCE OWEN VOLUCK College Preparatory 620 Meadow Road, Huntingdon Valley "Larry"g Class of '60 Council 2, 35 Student Council 3g Latin Club IQ A Cappella Choir 2, 3g Senior Prom Committee Co- Chairmang junior Prom, Gala Night 2, 3g Golf3g Sophomore Chorus I. Larry will study law in College. DIEAN YVALLACE College Preparalory 784 Roslyn Avenue, Glenside "YVally"g Afliliation 2, 3g Spirit Committee 3g junior Playg junior Promg Senior Play, Senior Prom, Gala Night 3. She transferred here in her junior year from York High in Illinois. She plans to attend Ursinus where she will study to become a biology teacher. A 'I-wt tn' '. 1 - S: 2 - ,.........f -,gn I M.. 1 1 , ,.,u' muh' PAUL D. CAMPBELL WARD Vomlional 647 Cricket Avenue, Ardsley "Paulsy" enjoys playing the guitar and singing. ln his apare time he works as a caddy. The future finds him in the printing field. ANNE XV.-XRDLE College Preparalorrv 1843 Acorn Lane, Abington "Anne", Rifle 33 Sophomore Chorus IQ Sophomore Orienta- tion Committee :, 35 Atiiliation 2, 34 Latin Club 1, 1, jAC Committee IQ lntramural Hockey IL junior Promg Senior Prom. She will enter the field ofelementary education. 17N DON Al D I' DIN ARD VN ARI' Caffegf I reparalory 1 8 Huntmgdon Ro ld Ablngton on Ifoorb 1ll 1 3 ase 11 1 3 Basketba 1 I IFSIYW b 3 leo Club 3 Honor Socn Ince Pres1dent 3 Adylsr r Room Presldenr Senlor Prom lntrumural Bislset b all 1 Ihe turure finds h1m1nthe held ol medlcxne BPI PRI I NIAI. Rl' PN VN ARNUCR General I9 0 cnlsmtown Roid jenlslntown Bex FHA 3 un1or Prom Sp1r1t Commntee 3 Semor Prom C1111 Xlghf 3 She w1nt to be 1 tash1on des1gner INGRID IOLISI- XX ASUM Coflege Preparalorv fll Hlghlnnd Ay enue Biederwood S 'ary B1slcetb1ll 1 VICDHISI 3 Iolley mll 3 Semor Prom Afhlmtlon Club 3 GIAC 3 She plans to attend the Un1yers1ty of Brldgeport where she w1ll mlte the bberal arts course 'I HUINI AS 'I XI AI RINSOIN lfomllonal 5,3 Fdge Hlll Ro'1d Ardsley I'om R1fle 1 3 Ioc1t1on1l Dance Commlttee Tom who enjoys hunt1ng w1ll become a machlnlst I INIDA VI ATSON Colfege Preparalor-y 1949 Maplewood Ax enue Abmgton I yn Sophomore Chorus 1 Ba5ltetb1ll 1 AHIl1at1on 1 3 Bowlmg Club Sophomore Orlentatlon Comm1ttee un1or Prom Sen1or Prom French Club 1 I yn w1ll take up second ary educanon wrth a major 1n Engllsh VI II I IAIVI II AI Coffege Prfpamlory 1574 Fernd ile Road Abxngton Bxll Forum Club Pres1dent 3 Student Councll W heel Club I 1ce Presldent 3 Crzla Nlghf 1 3 Semor Play World Al fa1rs Counc1lPres1dent 3 B1ll w1ll study at the Amencan Un1 VCISIIQ ln W ashmgton the school of Fore1gn SCTVICC IOO RAI FR ANICI' S XX EBFR Busmrsr Education 111 Brudheld Ro 1d Roslyn Ixu lllxes to sw1m She w1ll Worls 1n 1n ofhct or go to 1 l?llNl ness school F C RANT XI EBSI PR General 6 1 Roslyn Avenue Crlenslde I 1ttle Grant spends h1s tree t1me dolnz wood workmgs He plqns to work 1t the Ph1l1delph11 I'lectr1c Company SFFPHFN I AW RFNCI' VN EINI' R Collfge Prfparaton I4 O Davxdson Road Abmgton Steye Football 1 Baselnll 1 Swlmmmg 3 Track 3 Sen1or Prom un1or Prom un1or Pliy Semor Plray Gala Nl2l'lI Sophomore Or1ent1t1on CCJITIYHIIYCC I 1rs1ty Club LIUIUI' Semor Chorus 3 He w1ll t'1lse up dLnt1stry at Iemplc ION A'IH-XX PFI FR NNI-ISS College 1761747611071 84: XN1sh1ngton I fme enlsmtown Class of 60 Presldent 3 Socml Studles Semlnar 3 Soccer 1 3 fnla 'Mght 1 3 ibzngtonzan 1 3 Orafle 1, 1, 3, Fpzmme ', 3, Track N1'lUZlgCl'I, French Club 1, Intra IIILIl"ll Iolltylmll ', 3, Student LOIIFICII I'xecut1ve Commxttee 3, 3, Honor SUCILTX 3, 3 frtntlemln jon, who w1s the best Presxdcnt .1 class ever had, w1ll .xttend II1ll1ams College NIFXI-NJFPFRI-1 WIINN f'of:'g1lnf1zr1z!fm 84 XK1sh1m.trmI lm Lnlqnrwwn Wumh Nwphwmurn f1r11 111 1 N cur gs! 1 NCILFICL NLYTIIH bI7lXff7lIll?I I' 1. h Ll mmf' C1Pd1t r Nlghr 1 11 bo r 1d1nr nur N 11111 Nur u xr Ntug mll 1ttLnd H wdl ID C LLL .IKQQLPIHN NI-XX XXI-IIJON ffnerzf 1933 Plcmlng, -Xxcnug Wlllow C rum ,xcklc Iumor Sgnmr Lhuru Hu hf lmlncx lI'L 1rt md wrlr ITIL, Ihe luturp find har ln rhl lvuxlm world LAROI WFIIN ff 121 111111111011 O6 Pxrkupw Mmm -Xl11nL,mn Q xml Nr1phun1r1rL fJr1mr1r1 m Lummntu ll I 11n1or Prom Nmmr I l1x Nmmr Pmm Nhp wxll mln 1 1111 1 c1lxLcret1rx Courm it Cnrun XIIILIHYIIH College I IND-X IOLXN W Pl NH D1 fn lbltll 1' fzfzrnzlforx ,L pml Road ml-11nmwn n un 11 Imrn Nemor Imm Nchcml Nturp 1 I m mll e1thQr 1,11 III Cullum or t1ke rhe cKec11r1upr111,r1m mth ohn KN qnamalxgr N fzfmwhf "If 1- IJPBUR-KH XYPXI PR C N121 lf flllilll rx 8, XX If Pl -Xlwmgr 1 L 1 lIP1HfHII1H1 1 Ll 1111 mfr I rpm 1 111 LLFLYIFX N hr L rr1 IIHI1 1111 1r N L11 NH. 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P-XIRKIX XNPNFXBI- Rl Cofffge Iplfpfllllffll lh IT on Ruld Ru n Ill unmr Prom Npmnr 1 1 1 lX ear Of Nmu IX N11ph111111m On Lnt mc n Q Illlllllfftt' , fx Q FT I IND-X XXHITESEI I Colfege Preparatory I 70 I alley Road Ry dal I n Cheerleadlng 2 3 Sy nchromled Swlmmlhg I AHS I sherettes 3 Gala Nlghf I 3 SophomoreOr1ent'I non Cl7l'T1ITllfIC6 3 IIn tn-joys lsuymg clothes and pl lung golf and ICC skatmg JANE XNHITN E5 Foffege Preparalorv I Rosemont Lane Hkblngton ne llrlll Te Im 3 -Xdusor Room Irtasurer I Secretary Snmsh Club lrttsurer Mu lresldtnt Z umor Plu Umor Prom Sophomore IIYILHTIYIIIFI QommItteI 'Mg Il I lIItcrI1SIIxrxIs ANDRFXK W ll DRIC lx fnflege P!rflzIHIl0H I qog Meetlnghouse Ro Id Huntmgdon I Illty Andy -Xfl'IlIat1on 3 LItIn Club I Sophomore f,l'ltI1I'dTlUFl CUITIITIIIHL I SWlmU1llIg I I umor Prom Semor Prom Yearbook 3 Orche trI I I Nemor Iln X1LlNlL"ll -Indy I XlmIngton s leIym'1te yIolInIst I I IIABFTII W Il FX Bnvzmmv FdIlfIZf10ll I 3 Ierry Street I'lkIns I Irk etsy PHA I 2 3 lntramurll Baseball I She en oys wttchmg and pllymg lmzselull Betsv wlnts to go Into the lwusmess world T7 Semors Arent Too Smug l 107. FLORENCE VI ILHELM College Preparatory 428 Sylvama Ay enue Glenslde Flo Sophomore Chorus I A Cappella ChoIr 2 3 Hockey I 2 Lacrosse I 2 Gala Wnght I 3 Spmt Commxttee School btore Semor Play Cafeterla 'Vlomtor DramatIcs I Flo wnll attend VI est Chester State where she w1ll prepare for her future as a teacher Her secret deslre IS to become a professlonal slnger EDXY -XRD VN II IsINSON Colfege Preparatory 1403 St Charles Place Roslyn Vhlk Footballl 3 Basketball I Baseball I 3 Leo Club Yars1ty -X Club Class of 60 CouncIl bemor Play -Xdusor Room Presldent Class of 60 Treasurer 3 He wxll take 'I IlIDCl"l.l arts course at I Illanova NI Ggngrgf O41 Chester Avenue Kblngton Carole Band I 2 3 Intramural Basketball I Latm Club I unlor Prom Semor Prom Carole wIll become a nurse after studymg at -Kbmgton Bryn Nlawr or Chestnut Hlll Hospltals LNCHEED-XI-I SCHLNIAINE XX ILSON 8 , Cy press -Xvenue Elklns Park Banner: Eduralzon Cheedah Intramural Basketball I She plans to attend elther San Fernando State or Howard Umversxty ' l 1 V . 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To NCLH A Rug" Bette Bierlin and jack Downie, our best dancers, "cut a rug" for the photographer. BARBARA WINTERER Colfegf Preparatory 1970 Maplewood Avenue, Abington "Barb"g PFTA I, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3Q Cheerleading I, 2g Drill Team 33 junior Play, junior Prom, Sophomore Orienta- tion Committee Z, 3g Senior Playg Senior Prom. She enjoys music and swimming. CHRISTINE WINTERER College Przparafory 616 Rodman Avenue, Jenkintown "Chris"g Affiliation Club 2, 33 Spirit Committee 34 Sophomore Orientation Committee 3Q Senior Play, PFTA 3. After attenda ing Mercy junior College, she will do secretarial work. 103 V7 Q7 PHYLLIS DOREL YVOLF Businexs Education I45l Grovania Avenue, Abington "Phyl"g FHA Ig FBLA 2, 3, Bible Club I, 2g Tennis 15 Gala Night 3g Senior Prom. Her favorite hobbies are ice skating and horse back riding. Phyl plans to go to a business college for two years. RONA WOLF Collzgc Preparatory 1405 Autumn Road, Jenkintown "Ronni"g Gala Night 2, 33 Synchronized Swimming 1, 1, 3g Junior-Senior Chorus 35 Sophomore Orientation Committee 2. Ronni enjoys water skiing, swimming and aquaplaning. I7I"II'R -X HOOD lflfgt lffparatnw 9 4IJLlLl'1L Ro 1d Ienkmtown mr on o um Dfflmllfll B1 kctl Ill 1 Basketball 1 -Xlter 1 college educmm n he w1ll enter the buslness world IOHN XXORII-IINC1ION Collfge l7I'fll7tll0fW I4Zl 'lhomson Rmd Roslxn S IX UI tlnl 1 Sw1mm1nL 1 CoC'1pt11n , Im k , rldusor oom Prev ent 1 Cllsx of 60 LUUHCII Leo Club 1 Recordmg Secretarx 3 Y arsxtx -X Club 1 Presldent , ohn enjox s hunnng and fishmb JOHN VK OSTM ANN Dzxtrzbutzte Edueatton 18 Falrhlll Avenue Cxlens1de Ie1 Basketbull 3 Intr1mur1lBasketb'1ll 1 3 Advlsor Room Y ICC Presldent XY heel Club 1 3 Seruor Prom Hls spare nme lS spent huntmg JOHN XX RIC HT College Preparatory 1 I9 East Anenue Roslxn ack umor Prom Swlmmmg 3 Semor Prom He enjoys swxmmmg and 1ce skatmg K 104 Spirits Soar Through W in-0 'Haw IOHW P YERCJLR College Preparatory 1497 Hunnnedon Road Abmgron a leo C um 1 Ixex Club 3 Soccer 1 Basketball 1 C xmnastlcs 3 Alter attendlnb exthcr Drexel or I eh1gh he w1ll become 1 c1v1l engmeer JOHN XODCR Vocational 51 Leedom Street Jenkmtown John has declded to enter the arms upon completlon of h1s hlgh school educatnon IHON1-XS H OR lxI' College Preparatory 353 'S Ea ton Ro1d C len lde Tom Soccer 1 X, Baseball 1 Intramural Basketball 1 3 V5 heel Club 1 , Student Counc1l 1 3 Adusor Room Secretars 1 unlor Prom Semor Prom Tom enjoys campmg and huntmg XX II I I-XXI I OST College Preparatory oo Forest -Menus Flkms I 1rk 1 ost1e Leo C u 1 1 3 Soccer 1 Jumot Prom Semor Prom B1ll enjox s plax mg golf water sknng and play mg ICC hockex ln h1s lelsure He hopes to become a purchasmg agent Subtle Seniors 'XI-XR! -XRPI f-XNINI' B14 me fdllftlll r ,f 'Nlr L xrmpl Kunm N rth Hlll Qgu 4. 1 sf rr IC fcku in mc L LTL r LN W LH Lf l. 5U L W r Q-KRUIP IIXIIR fnzfmf 8 Npn xr Xunm -Xr x lfo Hmku 1 I'lH1lH'l N 1 'mphf mf L Jrun rmf n urnnurup N p mm Jn Urs. mmf m n Lwmmxrru gr m h 1 y in r do xccrem vs xx C34 5 4- 3 ROBFRI XIQ IUR ll Phlw Crllegf Prepamtrrw I ,, lung Rand HuntmLd1mX 1 cn Nm mm, 1 r Lmxnrrx Hn x.1r1Ld xntgrp mc ucln mu IC n mc md pwrr -Xttar collcgg hu hupu ru lmcump 1 m1ll1fm11rL Nenmrx Heldl Plxmid md xck L mmm um ellted our rhg mu rh If thcrx h ucjuxt bun wand C11 humurl t rn 1 un NU Xnlfw 1 I I aj xo: . f --, .4 - 5 .. 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I -45 Nl fbi 'FB .ffl fl MIJYCIIIHH accms ru lm rhu kuywurd firr Bilfily Blurnberg's evening :lt the junior Prom. 39,5 544 A Ni L2 Class of '60 "Kim Qs -....,J X 1 ff f L Standing lwcfiirc the "Stairway ru the Stars" is the juniur Prmn Cnmmirrec: Norm Fcsmirc, jim Lcidich, Gini Cnrwn, jane Larson, Ed Herman, and Larry Yuluck.. Klr. Young, personified as Klercury, overloukf Senior Clasi Sponmrs Mr. Lucian, Klifs Lauer, Xliw Brehm, Nliv Christ- mnn, Nliw jacobw, and himsey. Stages Junior Prom ., A ,lb 4 'i X ' L' mx Llfffllffilrhx fUr'K'hr1xL':ltrcnL1irlL1thc jur1iffrPrfm1. mwrs Hu' PHC: :md l.mdz1 Nlxnlcr' IRILAL' mr rcrruxhrm-nrx ervgd Ivy S-,phwrzmrz K.1rsn Barth. IO9 -5 Class ol '60 Marks New Milestones SENIOR CLASS COUNCIL-151 Row: N. Fesmire, Weiss, S. Lusch, S. Mink, M. Dever, I.. Burger. 2nd Raw: R. I-Iarlan, D. Matt- son, W. Nicholson, C. Shaffer, M. Halbert, D. Rosenberger. 3rd Ro-w: -I. Sullivan, I.. Yoluck, j. Worthington, B. Gallagher, C. Kremp, F. I.oVett. .1111 Row: A. I-Iovden, Polansky, G. Corson C7 1' Q.. a Since 1958, the present senior class has olTered this school leadership, innovations, and demonstrations of school spirit. During their sophomore year they selected their Class Colors, motto, and the like, showing their fore- sight and leadership. Last year as Juniors, the class of '60 established the tradition of the Junior Play. This is probably the most memorable otTering the class of '60 has made and will linger on long after their graduation. As their Senior year progressed the class of ,6o showed a great amount ofschool spirit. They not only supported out-of-school pep rallies and all of the major sports but were the ardent fans and performers of the first Subur- ban I Basketball Championship ever to come to Abington. This is undoubtedly one ofthe finest classes to gradu- ate from Abington High School and has made an ex- ample to which all other Classes should adhere. IIO Y E .Avia .LGF I H i 2.7 , l'g ll ,- -- 0 bw 0 in The History oi AHS 'LJ , Dynamic sponsors of the Senior class include Mr. Smith, Miss Lauer, Miss Jacobs, Mr. Lucian, Mr. Young, Chairman, and Miss Martin. CLASS OF '60 OFFICERS-jon Weiss, Pres.g Norm Fesmire, V. P., Sue Lusch, Sec., and Ed Wilkinson, Treas. III Juniors Fast Approaching Zenith l'nder the energetic leadership of Nlr. Robert Nliller, the class of 'Iii is characterized by high ideals, united efforts, and superior leadership. The junior Play, Ffiglzf 12110 Danger, along with the junior Proni were the largest projects under- taken by the class. To raise money, 11 cake sale was held at Sears :ind Roebuck, and at fudge sale was held at Abington. lfor the nrst time in .-Xbingf ton history, the Cl11ssof"fnl put out ai seini-ztnnuzil newsletter, which informed thejuniors ol' the prog- ress they were making :ind the projects they were working on. lfinzilly, Z1 junior class directory was printed, giving nzunes, addresses, :ind phone num- bers ofjunior students. This class promises to he one of the best both scholastiezllly and activity- wise that Abington has ever had. Nponsors ot t e unior C 1 include Nlr. Wright, bliss Fisher, Nlr. Sauter Nlrs Xerry incl 'Nlr R Nliller. QU J II2 oi Their High School Career ILYIOR CIANN CUL'NCII.f1f1Rf,:a.'w.Uinchurd, K. Zimmerman, N. Hull, ii.C1inch11rd,B.Hfich,Ci.WiIli.rmx..mdRaza- K, Crmkq, bl. Grimm, I.. Baum- ncr, I. Piihi, B. Bmndim, li. I'IY1ix.kQVrf Rox: hl. lxrgzrf, IJ, Marky I.. I-cttcr, 5. A . Urhcurx iii rhi- .liinirrr Claw 11I'CPI'CNidL'HI Frank Nlrirruy, Xiu'-l'rwi Nchqill, I,.Nrr1iirR-r, If. Nlrirrau. fffr lima: l,. Nlwyur, 17, Biilltly, B. Fdmundx, 'If d c I"iirgQr1g,'l, .-Xrndr, Y. Kiieiikiixiiiuri. km 'Mi Len Fink, .fy iilYTlN, Necrcrzlry' 5hcrry Clinchzlrd, amd 'lin-.mrrr gx Qi Ni 'iv Seplms Estalbllslw Tlwemselves al AHS 'B-"' N, M W ki-X., SOPHONIORF CL.-KSN ODVNCII If R L Huellmrth B Egncr, A. Rutledge, H. Orrmam, C N mdmrllt B Feglu 2nd R bl. Bulnu, I.. 'I1llf1IT1pvJY1, B. Nlurw B Xogle H Y ancole tn PL1lIDCI'.j7'd Rain: N. Sncllsnlmrg, X Rosenteld l Rubm I Flcl her I,. Lltwnck, W. lxmscrmnn, -I. NI Knorr, Hcrhcrington, G. Cnrrull nv' Show Promising Prospects lor Future New arrivals in this school, the present sopho- more class have been very busy for the past year. Not only did they adjust to senior high school life in the usual manner, but they have been es- pecially strong supporters of sports, dances, clubs, and other school activities. According to the tradition set by the class im- mediately preceding them, they elected a sopho- more council to carry on the business of the class and to find means to build up the class treasury. Class officers, motto, and flower were also chosen. The ambition and activity of this class seem to hint that it will be one of the foremost classes Abington has ever seen. 50 is 39, xx' xr jx Ov Sponsors of the Sophomore class pictured here are Miss j. Davis, Mr. Wolf, Miss MacDonald, and Miss Myers. II xxx' it-'Y 5719 -eg f .AXA ,f ,f A' M.. L,.v' N.. fu. Huguv' . .. M I , xJ.. Skypv 7,1 ,ffgl-if Council Exhibits Democracy at The Student Council has always provided sound leadership for the student body, and this year is no exception. Composed of members elected from each homeroom, the council meets once a week. In Septem- ber, Sophomores and other new students benefited through an orientation program, and student aides as- sisted teachers. A leadership Training Workshop for executives in :Xbington's clubs and other school activi- ties and the student supervised cafeterias were among the projects directed by Student Council. Student Council. lx! Rota: B. White, H. lfegley, D. Blazey, If. Mur- ray, B. Shorli, Nl. Detweiler, ,l. Leidich. :nd Rozy: j. Knot, A. Arm- bruster, D. Rrosso, C. Bennett, B. Beaumont, B. Brown, VI. Raul- stun, D. Ifavenson, S. Stewart. 3rd Razr: j. Fesrnire, C. Archer, S. Clinchard, B. Chapman, B. Davies, j. Frivzel, S. Lusch, S. Floyd, The Yuletide season was celebrated at .-Xbington with a special Christmas party and movie, another council supported program for the enjoyment of all students. Miss Helen Clark, the sponsor, and Sally Lyons traveled to Ohio in the spring to gain advice for the development of a student union room to be built in the new wing. Through the new proposals which Student Council has adopted :Xbingtonians have gained real benefits, while school leaders have had a chance to see democracy at work as representatives of their classmates. D. Donaldson. 41h Role: nl. Hamill, S. Zimmerman, D. Lesko, .-X. Simone, S. Schenkel, il. Roth, C. Strong, Wiikler, D. Schmidt, T. Fust. jilz Role: K. Young, Graf, B. Swanson, D. Rosenthal, B. Price, B. Vogel. Werlc en Belwall el Fellow Students ve '.eir"'-'A I '- J -irwm ' 'I I. rg, A 1' I, I '13 LQ jr L . ffl f V .-5 ...l ' 'vw ,pr Qfiiw . ' Y I ll - Studunr C1n1nCiIUtI'ICcrs. B. Blumlucrg, 'I'ru4m:rcrg F1.Herm1m, Vice-Prcfidcntg B. Sherlw, Cnrrwpwnding Secretaryg I.cidiCI'l, Ijrcxidcnrq KI, Dctwcilcr, Rccwrding SCCI"CfZ1I'j'121I'1d Dawn Kohr, Scrgczznt-ut-.-Xrrnx. lf! Row: Ii. Ilcrmzxn, B. Blumlwcrg, Il. Kuhr, B. Xyilf, .I. W1-iw, N. HL-Ilcr, B. IIiIl"gI'1lYL'r, II. Ifdlmlndx, Ii. Sf47I!L'IlI'CI'Q, ll. IH-rlvwrf. f Ilwrnur, 'If Xlurwin. :nd Rott: H. Ortmzm, N. Iluam, I'. Slmnpiru, Ii. Ruiz: I. Yorks, 5. Hiller, B. Naylor, j. Scnlcx, I, I'uhI, A. XII Br:1ndon,'I'. IIuXrcr, C. Firnwnc, .-X. Huvdun, S. I.3unx, Ii. Nlcfuuwn. I.. 'I'hwmpwn, K. Mugs, IJ. IDL-il-L-1.5111 Nora: I.. Y-Ilnck, C, XIJIXIT jrd Raza: .-X. Zciglur, NI. Hcrlwiccla, I.. Kuchuxpcrgur, N. Kuhn, K. I. I,UI2lY1Nlif','I. .-Xxhrnn, S. Iflmmd. Publications Augmenl a Schools Bun '1bI71gl07IIII71 edrtorl 11 xt 15' p1ctured here m clude lltttl ku Qherrx Burt Lelbman udw Xxllsltif 'Nllke W 1rd Nsncx 5ChmlIL Ru Dlggle J, , Deblm Wexler 1nd belowl Bob Bogennet and ,,.5v llCLllIX sponsor 'Nllss Ambler The f1b1ngfonzan, orhclal newsletter of Abrngton H1gh School 1s publxshed once every two weeks Be sldes brmgmg news and other irtlcles of lnterest to the student body the Abzngfoman lh the grand tradltlon ilso cxrrles on U1 '1VlCl exchange of newspapers Wlf other schools throughout the country Thls fine pub lxcfitlon his xn yeszrs past won honors IU both state and K natlonal eompetltlons 'md bw belng hrst wlth school 'iii news hopes to contmue to do so g 1te -X lfmnex nd Rom N lx lhn N Xrrell B W h1te H Robbms mls lx Pr leer rd Ro C I ewm I Xmb 1cher ld O Brien 'I hompsrm Q CJ 4-Q 4-s l ... 'L ...nt arm ""' 5' I2O . . 1 fl, 'f' fr- 2 , e. ' I Tk? Y. ,. 4 Q . 1 ' Y L 1 l ' YL .. ' F I S fv . P h .W ' ' - . L . . L . N . 3 . L . . , .. 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' ,sq 'mm V.-'lf Universality, Qurs Are Many NFWS BL RI' -Xl SI-XPP Nlr Nmlth ticulrx pon or Nhlrlcx Url Penm rnl Q Ur 'N lI'LlL C ld mlr md Lrm. lllnrun ii EPITOWE ST1'FF UEUBERS Inrhs Pruger Barrs Pe terson Steve Wersx ind Sllls lrmmermm mr s rmm mr t our humur m nm lzpztzzph ncludr I um 1rd C 1 Id n ndlt r N llx L e.r Nhxrfm H mr Dun Ipdcrmm Rlch Numdnra Lrm, Llmr an Blrrx Pptgr un B011 Prrrr Un r ltr f n 4 mm, mn rf C1 ll r m Q lf mu mr On me NI 12111116 Nuff Nh mln R11 ner Duc Fgdermm Xlxrllxn Rcnch Nhcllx In er B1rrx Peter on Leon 1rd Cxuldxtcln Cram. Cllntwn Cdlftll' Dclwbln W exlgr Tern Dexlm Bull Peter nn Dm I arkln If 121 1 f 1. ' ' , -1 I' 5 w :fn ,' 'N .' - ' A ' ! 7' -V ' ' -V lv -r,'di:1.I2j" ruxAh,i v2Aj 1- . -R x' V 'fr' 2' U i - . r V98 ,A -jjf'f 9 1 Q " Uh , lj X I -N 41' ngu- A -7 1, " ,i ': nz ir- stci , ' ' U , .'hC -' lfxx' , .hi .' 1-. X. Ly ' kk ,K-1 'z'j"f,:"'rs, "- A X , Nl . Ula her , all zlppu ' j in x Y' x. ll ph f' U lvlu vxpfmlrc rw rypify h-ir ruff-lv: ' 'I . '1Y.::" fa fz W- ' 0 6 , t ' ' . , . . Mf N ' V , V 1- . ,. I .ss , . ' - 1 Q S 3 L , K. ., I.: . .. , , , .X .Av A v K .v 4 Y 5 3 : i F Q QM I I Service Clubs Epifomize I.IilJ CI,L'BflJt Rox: B Wfrt, If. Pzittvn, VI. W4-rthingtwn, IJ. IJ. .-Xrnz1if,W'. YilI'lBl1I'L'D, B. Kclw, Y. Rcikcr, If. Q'11rIwn.L3wfRoz.: Nlnttwn, Cnrrcypunding hccrrturyg DI. Bnndi, Prtvdcntg F. Whitf, B. Bridge, Rccwrding Mcrctxtryq tl. IJf7lIgIL15K,II. K.u.t?rn.1r1, 'I'rr:1xnryr Yiqg,PrQ,idemg B, Hfq, -Iunifyr Yiqg-PrQNidgntg -I, CQrgzr4,-IL1nivwrYicL-- D. XYQIYC, -I. Patrick, If. Wvilkinwn, D. Bennett, rl. Churry. Prexidentg B. Koch, 2nd Row: P. Wwd, D. Ilnuglaw, B. Bfrckrnth, YYIJIEFI. CI.I'B -lf! Ko-:at B. Tippin, IJ. 1Qrq1yIrEII, B, XYIIIIU, B, Nlwycr, I', Chung, G. Bzlxtigln, S. Nwdvn, If. IIrfmiIIn'r. Al. KIIIIVV. Vincent, XI. YYhipp, 'If NIIIIQ-r, I. Yinuunt, .-X, Axhzr n, bl. Brnckin, B. Il. Hxxrkx, N, Ifurniru, fi. NI.1rtf, C. BL'FIIT1QLT,,I. I'1fI.1r1Qq, B. Ntnl- YYiI5un. 37111 Rox: bl. Dunlap, 'If Nlurwin, Prwidunt, N. Muhr, Nr- lcnhcrg, 'If Ilicksrwrl. JM Noir: 'If Ywntrwczz, B. It-glut, If. Cirwth, geant-at-:Xrn1w:R. I,eIwcrm:1n, Sccrrtzlryz I., Fink, Iznitfr Yiccbljrcfi- C. Ya1nd::gri!'t, Ci. Ii-win, I.. NI1upp.lrd, B, Nlnrwin, I. Iimm, 'If dent: B. Ifnahan, Diftrict Cicwcrncrrg A. ficgIcr.j"d Noir: C. Dnum, Ytvrkc,.I-uvwtrnzln,R.Hq1upt, R. Uiftcr. I.. .-XItz1dr.mnz1, I. Arnlmcher, T. Shicldf, B. Sndm, I. Arndt, I., 4 ji .. Ji-U r .O 1 . J Q- I "' The Key Club, one of our outstanding service clubs, Friendliness oi Abington KEY CLUB-IJ! Row: Canning, J. Yerger, T. Drought, C. Idell, F. Merkle, B. Egner, II. Michelman, B. Englebrink, R. Harlan. 2nd Row: M. Stone, B. Gladstone, Secretaryg M. Helveston, District Sec- retaryg C. Kremp, Presidentg F. Lovett, Treasurer, W. Nicholson, Vice-Presidentg D. jones, B. Bell.-grd Row: A. MacNutt, D. Mayers, has a three-fold purpose: CID to better prepare people for the world by giving them companionship and re- sponsibility at an early age, Clj to help our school and community toward a fuller and richer existence, and C35 to offer a potentially good time to all interested stu- dents. Some of the many activities of this organization are the annual Reliability Run, various service projects including help with school at-fairs, sponsorship of"Kitch- en Kapersng sponsorship of a foster child through Foster Parent Plan, and help for Kiwanis sponsored charity projects. The Wheel Club, under the sponsorship of Rotary International and the direction of Mr. Kerchner at Abington High School, was founded primarily as a high school service club to develop leadership. Recognized at Abington for their promotion of the +-XYay Test, the I23 T7 B. Gallagher, P. Beck, D. Andrews, D. McCoy, I.. Price, B. Smith, C Greth. 4111 Row: B. Levitt, D. Wallace, D. YVhite, R. Stickney, B Chapman, T. Muller, j. Holt, T. Duffy, S. Clayton, R. Cole, B. Mid dleton. jlh Row: R. Garrison, M. Allen, B. Bogenreif, K. Hoch, li Rollings, R. Peterson, ll. Pergam, D. Hughes, B. Snyder. YYheel Club also meets frequently with the local Rotary organization, has helped to boost the sales of Atiiliation shares, and is working on a floral "A" to beautify the grounds of our school. The YVheel Club also sends repre- sentatives to a leadership conference at Camp Hilltop in Downingtown during June. The Leo Club, in its second year of existence at Abington, has the distinction of being the first high school boys' service club sponsored by the Lions Club in the bnited States. Some of the activities of this newly formed club include presenting a Boat in the annual Abington-Cheltenham football game parade, sponsoring a Record Hop, wrapping gifts for various orphanages, and collecting over 3800. to donate to charity. The teacher responsible for the fine work of the Leo Club is Mr. Sauter. English, Allilialion, YI Z .si- SOPHOMORF ORII'fN'I':X'I'I1JN COMMITTEE. john Polanslay, Chairman 'IJI Rare: H. Trimluorn, I.. Watson, Perloff, If. I.ovc. end Roto: .-X. Hurdle, N. Sutherland, I'. Shapiro, P. Krause, S. Saup- pce, K. Cooke, Whitney, If. Herman. FXGLISI-I CI.L'B-Seated: I.. Goldstein, President: IJ. Larkin Vice-Presidentg K. Stecl-cel, Secretarvg S. Lesser, Treasurer. .Vt1n1d1'ng. Mr. Glatthorn, Sponsor, S. Ribncr, D. Federman, 5. Cor, AI. Perlorf, P. Crnis, C. Strong, P. Peterson, B. White, I.. Schamberg, C. Clinton K. Prager, B. Martin, S. Shane, K. I-Ioch, D. Cooper. The greatest part of the work of the Sophomore Orientation Committee is done during the summer months. :Xl- though the main purpose of the committee is to acquaint new students with Abing- ton's building layout and activity pro- gram, the group also tries to answer the students, questions concerning the build- ing, activities, and teachers of our school. In addition to these objectives, the com- mittee tries to interest all new students in at least one school activity. - u and Sophomore Grientahon I I Penny Barbour seems im- pressed upon her first glimpse of Fast Berlin. Wlar Nlemorial can he seen in lwziclxground. lhe purpose ot the Xflilixtion Committee at AHS is to promote intern'1tional friendship and understanding. This is 'iccomplished by exchang- ing projects, ideas, and personnel with the l.ily Braun Schule and Kant Gymnasium in West Berlin, Germany. The highlight of exchange stu- dent activities in the VSA is a weekend in Decem- lxer when all in the area are invited to come to :Xhington lligh School, attend classes, a square dance, and a semi-formal dance. Specifically, this year's exchange students are Heinl-ze lfnholtz, l'rsula Tadde, and Bernd Stolzenlverg from Ber- lin, and Nlargie Yxard, Penny Barbour, and Ted Hearn from Abington. AHS also features Nlr. Henning Storm from Denmark and Miss Alberta Lang in Berlin. '11-d llciirnc, Penny Hgirlwour, and Margie Ward sec work from home in l,ily Braun Fchulel :Xliington Room. la or Al. 1 A f itil r.- Historical Questsons Taken L NI Ll L B 1 1 e Bl ln .1rr1nofT Nl R uh L N lrnh rn Num gr H m on R Dlgs Nrem L1 d em C rrx B leur on D H zrrmmr C Llmron retr B m n nc KU B flue purpose of the Iorum Club Wl1lCl'1 meetQ ex ers other Ihurxdu under the dlrectxon of Ur Wolf IS to dmcues world xt-hmrs Irs meetmgs are noted for thexr llxelx md enllghtenmg drscue slons md delutes of Current toplce The Forum Club IS 1 member of the World -Xrlurs ClJllI1C1l of Plul ldelphlx md the Budd Nlont Le lgue kiln! ...BP 1-all SEB' -KF ie Q Into Consideration at Abington -Xlfhouzzh zsm 111 club the LINIOI' Hxstorxmx of A moron we II ILUXC group Iennsx x mms polorful lnsrorx IS the sub1eLt of num dlNLLlNSIfJI1N xxhllc neld rrlps md pe lkers uid lntercsr to t C Q u a N progrxm Ihls xe1r the CJYHIIIIIIIIKJII xx xx lwxr to the South I' ISYCFH Dlxtrxct ot umor H1 rm 1I'l Qlulw meerxnq md IIN!! p xrrlup Med IH t me L mr 1 me L u TINITILN nn Inunlmrs we lexrnlmg new md IIIFCI' LNUNQ' YIIIIHLS lbout our st ltc wg 'H' wi Q- ls Wise Students Seek Glrmpses FBL-X 151 Ro P D1P1etro lx Cherrx lx Hrbbs B Rrttenhouse 'Nlr I-I1ntj1s P Nlcllhennx 'NI Herrman f' XICTIITI L Alberta L Nrsulx 'Nlr 'Nllller B Hemtl 5 Gaslsms, Burklc nd Ra B Blcrlm I Noukot 'N Durs I I-Iamxlton P amcc C Flxson S Bossocls B Bulwtck Prltf D Duffield 'NI Cnanonnc D Strcls lcr Mcldowcrott N Hcrmtore S Czrube If Mem, 3rd Row C H rr1s C, lu Rhodes D ilnname Binder B Welss L Mucr lx Lonwu S Undcrlsofler B lxernan P Gunlsle I Rrno I he purpose of the I uture Busmess Leaders of -Xmer ILI IS three fold to otler the servlces of the membership to worthy actlvltles, to lnvestlgate job opportumtxes, md to prepare the1r members for a better understand mg of the busmess world lnto wh1ch then w1ll go upon graduatlon Durlng the pre Chrlstmas season they sold ltems useful to students ln a fund drlve for the purpose of sendmg the officers of the -Xblngton ch lpter to the state I B I -X conventlon -Xcttng as wa1ters and wa1t resses for specl ll dmners and organmng a slvitlng party helped COINPYISC thelr HCIIVIFY l1st OH-lccrs ot thc I uturt Busmc I mdcrs of AITICTICI prcturtd hcrc mcludt L 1rol'X1 ull 'XI lrgu I-Itrrm m Cncrr1'XItr1tu C xml AIIKFTI I'1t'NIcIlhcnnx md spun or 'X1r 'Xlrlltr Ns I Rex nolds B Wrlex C1 Owen L Thoma L Pcttlnntto S Nllllcr 4th Ro 'NI Drreso E bras Yance T lee 'Nl Segal L Delttr I Hutter -X Hmden D OIINCYI C Ixmg P Wolf LX 'lhleroff If Wim 1nsls1 I Nhlw -X ohnson I Rust 7f11R0 D Lennnl 'NI Sp1t1 Ixnott Q -Xnderson S Duldson B Mltthews C Iulor I Gelder N Pletscher M Dunltp Ixmg C Forlucs W Naylor A bhaw NI btewart I he I HA offers actlvltles rn a Wlde range of dOITlCSf1C 1rts for glrls mterested 1n homemtlxmg Programs 1n luggage paclsmg hat trlmmmg flower arrangement, and gift wrappmg are a few of the demonstratlons pre sented at monthly meetlngs H1ghl1ghts on the agenda mclude a dlnner and tour at the Ia Rosa Plant and 1 receptlon to entertaln parents at the end of the xear -Xn rmportlnt p 1rt of es erw I11CCflflglS the refreshments wh1ch the glrls themselves proxlde One of our fastest growmg clubs IS the ICT1I'lSylVH11Zl Iuture Teachers of -Xmer1ca The purpose of th1s club IS to explore the teachmg professlon tts opportunltles, respons1b1l1t1es, and 1ts lmportant role rn our democ racw as well as to learn how and where teachers recerwe thelr trammg the cost, scholarshlps tvulzble, etc for 1 future ln teachmg 'Ihe PI 'I -X s actlvxtles IIICIUCIC the Sxdle I-Iawlsrns Dance, annual dmner brulle projects, and attendlng the PPT-X teachers conference at XMI ltam Tennant Hrgh Isuture plans lnclude sellmg new 50 state flags and donating the money to deserving charities. of Future Qccuparuoms PI -X IJ! Rr 5 IJUICISOII C H11tm1l-mr N Smxt ur1.1 Lhr rldge r 1h n 0 LWI I 11 mmm B Ixmrwcr L -Xllmr 1 Ixf1ch1p1r1.1r Nchmck D Hmx 'N Lxrlux N Shultz I1 Rf 1 I Ir1L1 D Iwunson Shrnpr L Swwn Swfm L Duter yrdkf I' Hutrm S Danes P 'NIcA.n1llx P B1rrLtt I Nt1ufTcr NI NIILLYI I WI1qu1rQ I Pptnrsm onmll C Ixgllx B PILIFIYI Ix H1 an urx 4? L N Nw ln 1 Dun vm N11 1 S Nt lm H 1 m 1 eu A Soffgr I nnqmn Ix1hn N H1111 X XIQIFIIDLQI' I' Hamm Iwldmm j Hun er IC L Nr 11 Ix r 11 NI YN uwn N Nhmg P IM nnwer 11130 LXL to 'l C nga 71 f D 1 1n I I hl Nl NI1r h1ll I' Oelxen 6th Rf Ix f1mmLrm1n 1 urn NIC lrrun Rum ,th Rf N Dun B Nurnex Ix Nerwr 15111 lx N Dum I4 Hx ndm'm Buch Vmndzng XXorth1nQr1m B C 1 1Lh1r Iwc ten B Nnx Lr C1 rdnn 1r um I I rm R hx Wrg X irmxru nr sf II11 hu N Nm 129 ' 1 Q' , I . 4 th L ' . 5 I' L ' f f. I - . 3,1 X ' I. - ' fir: 1 " J , . .'1 , .' I' h, N. .' . , '. 1' .5 lcv: 1. -z ,.'. " ., .1 . . j, Sr jk, F,XY1-ij , C. Ald' j , T. G: 11111. 2 J R R. , g 2 , ,. fa ,. --1, .. . . 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I X if ' I I ' s 4' I F Fellowsnlp Brings Inspiration Q 1 3 un III Ninn 1r 4trhL Bxlslu Ll lb Fnsmlre, c.l'LXLl1FlL, Nzurmm K Lurlgr and 'Xllw lcmmert, sponsor Sponmred bx NI1ss lennnerr, Nlr Lolem U1 ind Nlr Pmto, the Blble Llub meets ex ers Iucs du to studw the SCI'1pfL1I'CS, slng ind enjox LhI'15f1'1I1 felloxwhlp Student plwnned progmms mclude sluts panel d19ClIS9lOTl9 hxmn Slllfllllg Blble QLIIIICQ, ind mlsslonlrx quests Besldes lte more SCTIOUQ lctlxltles, the club llso sponsore 1 H illoween Partw, progressne dlY1I1CI', ind b lnquet I' Q L FL rovkn N L Lg Ll LXL OL H U1 711 xl N 1 n I' lm n 1 r mcrmm N x L L L 1 um ,J v wrrfn R Qzr many Hughp XI UUII1 nr ' L mu Urs. R XIQI my y 130 A Service OI Show Business SI-If I' LRAFI WORIxNI'IUI' lit Rf IJ VN1IIut B Hudson M B1LLr Wuriim N Beuinmnr XI Ir1LIwIL rm' lxo I F1eId Iwldmm B IN in I NCIIWIIII Ni IUXN lNI'II"RI'III'N I Rf N 41r'L s L L L Lr I1 X Nm I' L Ln I my ll L L L: X -X 1Lrr n n mi P mmm LIIKJPLFNTIIIYII S Snxdu C Tulor I Nieininger pr' l Bill I-Iodson aids Bonnie VIhitL in construcrini., props for 1 Stagecmft IYorILshup production m Rf -X N lI'l4 ni -'J x I1 'S Q7 131 Y' ,xy I H x s I ,fs L Am' - . I x J ' I 'sf-7 P I 91 ' ' -- . . H , . , , . .if , - R..z' ,.'. z , -.2 ' ,j.I- z, . 'h'-, , .-XBI.' I" I 1' if ,fl fic: B. . h -, D. IIzLn , I9. Wright, I.. Whit-s-II, C. Shu-ff' , j. Bus , .' rgis. J i fic: Y. HQLII, 1.0-Iv , N . SCRIII-ill' ,H. N rnCB', ,I. Hyndmzm, P. Invirt, Ii. N 'wmi1n, C. I' tts, . I. . II - su .ky 'i Razr: S. N1 NIL-y,. ..I: iv ', .Ia IMI. I -, ' V'-,L 11' ,'.. " . 9 s ' R , vii " f I " 4' - L' A I i ' ' 'gi L kfv ' 5' is. I . . . , f' R, f ,- . K ,K . I L I g I fl I x I Lahh French Spanish Clubs iw Q,,1kl it .r- ,1-7 'l-.gi Y' wi L xrol NI muh md I Lnnle C 4 1d tem work it puntmg ITILITIIN xn PI'LI7lI'iflrlH tor L mn C ul Dm I-XTIN LI UB 1.rt Rau D Cooper D Larkm lx bteckel boldsteln 2nd Rau P bchwarw 'Nlzuach C -Xrcher M Der weller A. Deutbch R Spence D errett jrd Ro E Paxst j lachqrx -X Slmone lx Prager L Schamberiz 5 Snxder D Xlembers of the I 1t1n Llub cumht hx the photog, mpher 1t thexr mnu 11 dance mcludn Nlurllx n Det we1 er Stu Sodnn Blrh 1r1 Nugent Xhrllxn N were errx Croxchmg 511K Plxroad md en Nl ldlxlfl Detwe1ler I ilderter L Bertolet Andrews 4111 Ro j Wlk ler lx Krbogabt 5 Zlmmerman A -Xrmbruster -X Walton R lxlebe N Flbroad R Whxte 5 Hogg 5 Woodburx B Nugent B Hoch B Bllle D -Xndrews 132 f f A V,., y A VY: I, .. ...-Z- 1 ,I L 'f f' - - B73 ,I4 , , , ,J '.... .Hx 2 1- 'N-hx - I I V ' 1,4 .W V, , M .r" f . f 1 My f -ff N ' A K- A A' B 3 7 ' 1- '1 .z': .- "i1Q' "1 i44f L,A -za' A L.l S, .Z iz .- , . ' . . 1 1 1: . Y . . 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IQ,-15: 'I' gNl1r , NI.1le ,I ltne , N, ,I . 1 wif, f f U s. .1 Activities Provide Qutlefs i , . 2 A Keeping Abingtonians well informed concerning school activities is the job of the Abington Radio and Television Workshop. Members pictured here are G. White, B. Neuman, D. Marks, Feld, P. Rosnov, P. Levitt, P. Gamble, Halstead, D. Rosenthal, Nagele, and Mr. Young. l fi 134 The Photography and Science Club, under the sponsorship of Mr. Batotli, was founded to further the interest ofstudents in these fields of endeavor. The members, using club facilities, take and process pho- tographs and also work on scientific proj- ects. The ofhcers are: Prfsiffezzt, lfrnie Schmidt, lf'ire-Pr'e.tide1z!, Bob Baldersong Secrelaqv, liric Hansseng Treuxzzrer, Don lfederniang and Sergmnl-al-Afrfns, lfred Heller. PHO'I'O.SClENCli CLUB-151 Raw: nl. Keane, D. Federman, M. Ward, B. Bzilderson, lf. Schmidt, Ii. Hannsen. 2nd Row: B. Galla- gher, B. Seartorce, F. Heller, B. Peterson, Mr. Batoff. r 5- 136 44 lor Technical-Minded Students Q-is After extensive testing, certain students are chosen to participate in tlie Science and Nlatlie- matics Seminar and tlie Social Studies Seminar. Tliese students atteml talks on related topics lwy speakers well-versed in tlieir sulvjects and also take part in fieltl trips. Une ut' tliese trips which tlie Science Seminar muh was a weekend in Octtmlier to see Brouliliaven National lalmratories on Long lslaml, New York. l-lonors, Both Scholastic and Athletic .,,, Othcers of the Honor Society include 'Nlirs Helen Kesler, Treasurer, Donald Ware, Vice-Presidentg and Wlalt Nicholson, President. Seated: D. Wire, M. Kesler, W. Nicholson. Standing: N. Brown, E. Patonez, Bondi, Polrinsky, S. Weiss, Mr. Young, Nl. Detweiler, D. Wlexler, Leidich, B. Peterson, A. Deutsch, Xveiss, B. Bockrnth, C. Ber- linger. The Honor Society gives recognition to those students who maintain ll high zicndeinic average, are active in extra-curricular activities, and meet the requirements ot' scholarship, service, leader' ship, and character. The sponsors represent fuc- ulty nieinlwers tironi each department in the school. The Honor Society inemlvers perform 11 follow-up survey on the seniors of the previous yezir, 21 study ot' the ranking system, and 21 study ot' nczuleinic recognition in Abington High School. 'lihey also otlier at free tutoring program to fellow students. Walt Nicholson, Steve Weiss, and Barry Peterson, of- the tutoring committee, lay the groundwork here for tutoring assignments. 1 I 1 -mg, . L 5 HV :. -, g',5..1. , , , ,tt 136 Awarded When Deserved l.rI Row: A. Hoffman, l.lU7'7't'5f7071dI71g S6C7'L'lll7lV, bl. Bondi, lin' l'ref1'dent,- ll, Worthington, Prerrdfnlg D. Kohr, Recording .Yer 7'L'lll71V,' F. Lovett, Sergmnl-zz!-zzrnzs. Bfld Row: S. Weiner, If. Con rzid, B. Balderson, B. Gallagher, F. lkhite, T. Forgeng, .l. Dun iels, ll. Gallante, B. Urtrnzin, C. Beatty. jrd Row: B. Bockruth 1-1-1- ul! Officers of the Girls' lnterscholastic Activity' Club are as follows: Collette Simone, Recording Secretary: Kathy Zimmerman, Corresponding Secretary, Dotty ' Donaldson, Treasurerq Enid Clinchard, Yice-President: and Helen Hutcheson, President. GI.-XC-Isl Roux' A. Rutledge, B. Swanson, I.. Gilmour, C. Nlaxman, K. Cooke, B. Shorlv, B. Brown. 2nd Rau:- S. Swingler, E. Donaldson, G. Rainey, 5. Clinchard, AI, Yogan, il. Langley, F. Dillon, C. Nell, Y. Cohen, D. Davidson. jrd Root: F, LaRue, NI. Detweiler, Y. Frear, , D. Anderson, 5. Lusch, S. Schull, H. Cnholti, A. Deutsch. ,ith Roos: N. Dean, B. Hoch, B. Burger, L YYassun, L. Whitesell, K. Young, B. Rudnick. 137 I.. D. Notting, D. Mattson, bl. Bemis, li. ulillilnsrin, B. Cnruh, XY. Bye, D. Schrnuuk, I.. Fink, A. Bellis, B. lfeick. .flh Row: bl. Gar- rison, XV. YanBuren, Nlcliinley, ,l. l.eidich, H. Brusczi, D. Wore, lf. Merkel, B. Soden, ,l. fiaillin, R. Yonker, R. Haupt. The Varsity "AH Clulw, under the sponsorship of Mr. C. lei.. Schneller, endeavors to further the interests of athletics at Abington, to promote better school spirit, and to attach more value to the earning and wearing of the Varsity ".-X." ln the spring of I959 at group of girls organ- ized ai steering committee to look into the pros- pects of forming ai cluli for girl varsity letter win- ners. The result of their etlorts is GI.-XC, ll com- Oswuld is the sponsor. f parable service club for girls, of which Nliss Q - ewjefs- , ,W -grf - , f - - -- 'tr wr, f -:lx 1 ,A Ng N,,w K ,X ig -- '- ,x -M '-- - "SlQ' - -ff-ers 74 , S, N5lSXii1-Veggie Calloping Ghost , fav, -'Ki--X ,-3 N, N ' --.--.e"W -, f?--gli' - R, xgk, f"' -., . S, -- - ry r in 1 A, it if Q4 Refreshing Almingtoniuns is the jolt of those who work in the Uog House. l'nder the sponsorship of the Student Council, volunteers furnish refresh- ments at athletic events. Besides providing rev- enue for the Student Council, this group gives 21 special service to the student lwodv :ind deserves Credit for its hard work and lovztltv. 94 .3 ' . . . 5212 . fi s,-5 The Dog House, sponsored and run by the Student Council, is 11 lwusy place for both parents and stu- , dents zilike during the fall football season. I 'X it Accenruatos School Spirit F? iaL-fm, 5 S .lk , 4 iw x . Here ure the people who do the most toward hoosting :Xlmington pep Spirit Committee I.endersfDelrliie Eavenson, N1r.l,essn, Ed Nloody,a1ndGini Lorson :Xn especially active club at .-Xliington this year, the Spirit Committee played ll significant part in creating much needed spirit at our school zictiv- ities. Poster making, ai card section at the footlmll games, and the stile of .Xliington liuttons, feaithers, and hats were some ot' the many activities which this cluli sponsored. 'l'lirough it vigorous program and the work of the clulfs zihle memhers and sponsor, Hr. l.essi1, the cluh was highly successtiul in generating school spirit at Abington. The galloping ghost was one of the highlights of' the annual Abington-Cheltenham football game. I 39 x N N hmm! ,gs 'DI'- Alningforfs Most Avid Rooiers W 4' li- I 1.-12'-iqvi f Y fu i m fm I L xv L JN QHFPRI l' -XDFRS C1PIl1!l Nlgrlg Iflfldllll. Stfnzdzng: udy Young Bonnie Ortmm Barlmra Bills Trina Fun Evelyn Rink Peggy fNlncDon1lCl Marilyn Rink. NKRNITY CIH-1liRI,l'1AIDl'1RS --lf! Raza: Nicki Cuhcn, .Indy A-ll, Cfflfrrf Simunc, Punny 5h11pirw..'m1 Rox: Karen Cuukc, Ann l1t5Ch,l,ind:1Yyllituxp-ll,Q'z1rfml.-Xxl1r41n,Cz1rul5'r1 Null. Q ubcnptalin D1 ltty' Drmnldmn UFIUR Cilfilill '-ILUIUI Cumrnirmgx, Bzlrlwzxrzl Bcauxnwnt, Curr: RJ ul-r, Aludy 'l'.zl1z1kin, ,Indy Ynnfandr, Hnrlvnrn Yugcnr, Virginia lfrulr, Klzxrllx n Warn-rx, Swan NIUIINILT. I And the Girls Go Marching Gm . 'T n 5 l ' N-515 5'-. D daft: N9-i "4-49-QCA Q. Offqfh fa, pew-no in Qf"f"'-+1 cfm-'-Sv 9 i4'4x"' i Okaiweo if Q-4-ia ...jp ? 5 235.36 gt i ii og-q""'k3 v-in 934. --df n W5 gi, Q'i"q"..,,,.0':Q' Li www "' QQ-Q fi "' ' 1 Tl li ? 393' FLAG BATON SQUADf151 Row: 31. Dunlap, P. Levitt, C 1 C 'NI Alberta, B. Springm.n. end Rott: King, P. . crirzli, B. Damn C. King. 1 rx "fl X -XRSITY NI.-UMR!-1'l"l'liS G. Hcndlcr, K. Gray, D. Inna, wscph, C. Archer, S. Oluk, Cfzplzzing C. Cunwv, B. Dunlap l.l, 'ITIANI S.Nlm1Qlcy', C. Dcfhzmr,B.WYinrcrcr,N1.Hz1llmc Cn. Hmnry, j. W'hirnuy, Nl. Sczxlfnrw, S. Lunch, New Units Grace AHS After several weeks of summer practice, Abingtonis band opened the fall season with dazzling shows at our first and successive football games. Sporting several new branches Ca drum major, drill team, and a flag baton squadb, as well as the majorettes and color guard, the band thrilled football fans with displays of well- done formations and good music. Along with football performances, the band was also heard on a XYFLN ra- dio broadcast on October 3, 1959. As in the past, the band ended the marching season with the Gimbel's Thanksgiving Day Parade, and then headed its course toward a bigger and better May concert, conducted by leader Nelson Gable. One of the highlights of the bandls year was acting as host to the regional band here at Abington during the spring. BAND AND MARCHING UNITS-151 Row: Y. Nespola, C Bennett, K. Bonner, K. Young, Al. Kester, L. Shaddle, J. Griliin R. Carson, Ci. Hendler, K. Gray, D. Loose, S. Ulek, Dijoseph, C Archer, C. Conuv, B. Dunlap. end Roux' Mr. Gable, P. Levitt, B Damm, C. King, ,I. King, G. Meritai, M. Dunlap, C. Alberta, D Nutting, B. Springman, R. jackendorf, A. Habermacher, D. Reiff, C Post R Burger S Plock D Chadwick K Miller Mauro B Shutt D Pirsons K Slidkm B Chipman B Egner C Deemer D Buckholdt L Dechant l Cimpa, M. Halbert C. Henry L. Macguire, S. Leech, M. Scalfaro, S. Nlousley, K. Wiildrick. jrd Row: bl. Butterbaugh, S. Sandstrom, A. Scattergood, M. Dawber, R. Kerr, 9- N, - J- ', i', J- , . , . 1 5 Q, .. z ' , . z . , . , . , I 'ltitiii lil' id 513 ' A. Giberson, P. Partridge, G. Weise, G. Rickard, B. Gouak, S. Shane, N. Hawes, B. Peterson, ,l. Thompson, F. Heller, D. Turner, Put- nam, B. Klebe, XY. Keppler, Hall, R. Girard, D. Bechtal, C. Magill C. Willett, B. Chesterman, P. NlcAnally..,11l1 Roux' R. Price, B. Dea- con, Nl. Fryer, B. johnstone, B. Oeken, j. Burkhart, B. Shupp, Larson, B. Anderson, F. Ftchells, B. Dott, B. jenkens, D. Donaghy, G. Craven, B. Quail, F. Eames, A. Boerner, C. Fulton, M. Kesler M. Simmons, F. Gutsche, A. Sheitrum, F. Goucher, j. VVunderlich. 5111 Row: T. Higgins, B, Haibach, K. Thiel, Cummins, B. Beau mont, C. Raube, ,l. Tabakin, bl. YanSant, B. Nugent, G. Frear, M XVaters, D. Mousley, M. Ploertsch, R. Hender, B. Leavesley. I . v Q, ' 1' - ,,. in if B , . na - , ry 1 -.-1.54, " 1 ' ' ,X . Hi"'m'- A . -.1 ff - .D ,-is 1 It ff warg, .. .. . . W - il rr 2' A. I . 144 A Band for '59-'60 Season A fall Saturday afternoon Finds our band ComA lwining marching and gcmd muSiC for Hnotball fans. Kenny Nwldrick and the Color Guard provide 11 fitting intruducriun Mr thc llzmd. Z si- 4 .ii I S-A f 145 Qrcheslra, Ensembles Work Toward uvwvtonnnowfmm W The Abington Senior High School Orchestra, con- ducted by Hr. Lester Shade, is heard at many functions throughout the school year. Playing in the orchestra, students are trained in the study of musical instruments and are given a Chance to perform before audiences. The orchestra, which rehearses first period every morning, plays many types of music successfully. The officers are: Piwident, Andy Wvilclrickg .Vfw'efarj', Diane Charnog Trearzlrer, Ken Nlillerg 1,ibrarian.v, Andrew Haber- macher and lid Heller. i, Cross-suction of an actixe orchestra reyealls Barlmra Nhupp, ,lane Larson Dotty Reilf, Drew Habermachcr, and Bill Deacon. 15lR0ii'.' A. Wildrick, V. Felten, D. Leithman, S. Karos, D. lngle, F. I.z1Rue. 2nd Row: G. Urnis, P. Cienkowski, I.. Stockburger, B. Bills, M. Dawber, B. Shupp, j. Larson, D. Rciff. 3rd Roux' D. Grow, D. Chadwick, K. Miller, M. Lee, T. Krisal, C. Supplee. itva.4m4w .4 Musical PerIe-cznon we 11 1111 1111 ent 11 Ik 111111111 crested 111 KICXUTIIILZ cxrr1 r1111e ro xx 11 111 1111 f ps I use 1u1 U s e 11 pe IT 1 Q 1 1 VT 1111s 1sse111I1I1e , 1111 not ur nI1oo I11mt1o11 One I me most pro111111u1r of these groups 1 1 xox 1111 1rrLt x n 11111 C1rI Berllnaer, 11111 one 111111or, I4I'1I1Ix Nlurr IX 1 R0 1ms n 1 o 1111111 rn f IULYHIIC pr mum or1r1 IxuIpr,II X 1nRosLnr L IJLHHIDL I Ixme ,r neIIX urer 1 rxxllll ll L er 1119 N 1 km eftlzkf I Nhepp 1rd R Cr s NN Ix1e ermm 1 JG - Ce' 1' s I s '1 fI1e vocal ITIIINI' ' 1 11e11r are 1111- ' D ' A V 1' 1 ' 'r Ii I s 1IIer xsrou MI - s 1 - V11I 11. c111I1I ls 1 1 '1 11 'I1orzI Iro- El 3,1 ,',1 'sz I: Ins' IA 'h s. 'og I Q I A ' X 5 's 1 I js, z ' consisting of three seniors, I'II'iU1Ii Geddes, .lz1111es Sulli- 'z1 ,z 1 ' B z D' ' I 1 ' . l.l Ad. 3, I,oth, NI. D11 Iup, ID. Cha rn , NLH1 .3 G. 1 A j, ,. 'IA -.j '11 Rate: 'I'. Don -', 5. B I- , I". H1n11IILr I NIIILIIHIL IJ HuI1r1I I Cn flzd 'A . fic: ,. f 1 , . I css", I. H s 1 , .. ... - Music for All Gccasions Provided The :X Cappella Choir is an organization which can help students share in the fun of making music to- gether and delight in a new appreciation of music. The seventy-two members of the group are chosen in com- petitive tryouts before they may elect the course. Under the direction of Mr. Mervin Gottshall, the Choir presents both religious and secular numbers in its vari- ous programs throughout the year. They perform at the annual Christmas and Spring Concerts, in assembly and other school functions often singing school songs, and for churches and civic groups in the community. 4 lf .. r F F 2r0"'B' vi, I V , .-i i l . I - - 2 JUNIOR-SENIOR CHORUS-151 Roux' P. Maxwell, P. Galbraith, P. Sea- forth, Vaugn, A. Seckinger, F. LaRue, V. Lucas, C. jones, A. Gerard, S. YVeiner, M. Bonapart, S. Beaumont, B. Keeler, Young, S. Abramson. 2nd Raw: M. Taylor, -I. Fox, Y. Meininger, E. Schaffer, Gray, M. VVood, A. Hardman, C. Mouat, E. Moody, D. Hans, I.. Ferrer, G. johnson, j. Yogan, Pritz. jrd Row: K. Fischer, C. Hackford, N. Peck, H. Yerkes N. Kee, C. Fire, L. Somes, R. Wolf, B. Levine, C. Hislop, G. Tiley, A. Ziegler, G. Beerbower, P. Farrell, D. Rieser. 148 The music department at Abington is com- prised of many groups, among which are the Sophomore Chorus and the Junior-Senior Cho- rus. The Sophomore Chorus is a valuable pre- requisite for those wishing to elect A Cappella Choir in their junior and senior years, and the junior-Senior Chorus provides an outlet for those not participating in the Choir. by Abington High School Choruses A CAPPELLA CHOIR-151 Row: M. Rink, G. Frear, D. Charno, H. Hutcheson, B. Biggart, J. Iacampo, Lyons, G. Moritz, E. Rink, K. Heller, P. Button, S. Bauman, Gor, F. Farren, C. Osmond, M. Schaffer. 2f1tfR0w.' D. Cerminera, B. Romlxerger, E. Bennett, D. Ingle, Scoheld, Larson, B. Behringer, E. Conrad, S. Butler, G. Dillinger, Shaffer, M. Scanlin, Smith, B. Martin, G. Cutler, j. Shriver, F. YVilhelm.jrd P. Schwartz, T. Gilhorn, j. Fesmire, P. Bog- danescu, F. Heller, G. Bastian, A. Borek, G. Siegel, D. Gilchrist, j. Scales, D. jones, B. Learn, R. Roth, D. Leithman, Canning, S. Rilwner, P. Krause, L. ThomaS..,1.fh Roux' L. Burger, G. Tomlinson, D. Glaser, F. Murray, R. Dunkle, A. Koff, .-X. Hoffman, F. Geddes, D. Donaghy, R. Bell, L. Volucli, T. Pierce, R. Uister, F. Holcomli, R. Sutton, C. Berlinger, B. Shupp, M. Kesler. SfJPllUMORl'i CUNCFRT CHUIR 'III Rom C. l.yom, N. London, D. Muck, S, .-Xcorf, C. jziclwon, B. johnaon, P Helwig, C. Martin, K. lnleiss, lf. Stein, lf. Paiixt, S. Leitch. :mf Rota: -l. Maixch, .-X. Miller, l.. Williams, bl. Kewter, D firuv, B. ,lone-X, B. Schwzlrlmnn, Y. Arena, S. Turner, S. Mink, -I. llc-tht-rington, C. Czinipton.,?r'd Rolf: l.. Zimmerman B. Wizilton, Carr, D. Mouxley, l.. l'la1rtinz1ier, bl. Steel-eel, -I. Ynnllzim, B. Nugent, N. Hzzwex, Xvilffflll. T6 ' T H0 9. T49 ,pw Flight Into Danger i i Stewardess Karen Heller checks on the condition ot- the crew: Andrew Ziegler ifleftl and Ronald Roth lrighw. The class of 'oi upheld the new tradition of a junior play hy presenting Ffiglzf Info lltlilgcjl' as the second orlering in the series. :X mm' ifeforfe set almost entirely in the calvin of a transconti- nental airliner, Ffiglzl analyzed a group of isolated characters on the point of achieving their destiny when hoth pilots are stricken with food poisoning. Mike Stone's and Jean Remich's inipersonations of disgruntled, egocentric pessiinists highlighted a perforniance which was hoth unique in quality of setting and character introspection. The hlunior Play of tooo hrought to AHS its first really experi- niental dramatic vehicle in the school's history. Passengers Kathy Arhogast, Roliert Howe, Gary Bastian, Stephen Downing, Michael Stone, -lean Rem- ich, Karen Heller, Tolmy Wildstein, N1ar'iorieHe11th, Dotty Powers, and Karen Barth run the garnet of emotions as Flight U4 Ends the 1-ood aboard contaminated. -wx 150 'Z-5 X Ticket Agent George Spencer Stewardess Dr. Franl-2 Baird Mrs. Foster Mr. Foster Miss Yvilliams Mr. Maine Margo CAST Cathy Judy Tabakin Jane Stephen Downing Helen Karen Heller Captain Gary Bastian First Officer Kathy Arbogast Controller Robert Howe Mrs. Spencer jean Remich Switchboard Operator lXliCl121Cl StOl1C Harry Burdick Marjorie Heath Captain Treleaven l , W. Alan Stanley, Margo Wolf Bud Cochran, and Peter C tmlmle de scry Flight 714 approichmg thc airfield. Toby Yvildstein Karen Barth Dorothy Powers Ronald Roth Andrew Ziegler Bud Cochran M argo YYolf Patty Button Alan Staley Peter Gamble Further trouble develops as food poisoning , strikes Karen Barth. The other cheerleaders looking on are Marjorie Heath, Toby Wild- stein, and Dotty Powers ISI lll-larveyn Comes To Abington High oo P. Dora' proudly presents llrf. 1f1!zffC'!1111f1'rr1rf to his invis- ible friend Hfirzrv. trffwfnl seems worried .it his supcrii-r's discourse as .Yliiw lx'i'i'.fx' watches c ilmlx on. 152 Un the nights or' December II and 12, the Class of Iofvi staged the Broadway hit "Harx'ey." The Senior Play, under the direction of Nlr. Gantt and Nlr. Lucian, is an annual theatrical production to which everyone at Abington looks forward. With .leanne Thomas and .Iohn Scales in the leading roles, "Harvey,' was a comf plete success. Student committees lwithout which the play couldn't have been presentedi were guided by Clare Grimes as stage manager, while Dotty Rosen- berger managed properties, and Connie Hislop, art production. lfxcellent acting plus cooperation behind the scenes combined to make the Class of 'oo play a huge success. Both seniors and underclassmen of Abington will long remember the Class ol' '60 play for bringing a recent Broadway success to the boards ot' our high school. nag 1 'VS i gy' -sf IR lor Senior Play Both seniors und unclerelzissmen will long rememluer our present grzuluuting class for heing the hrst in many sen- sons at .Xhington to luring ll recent l'lro1ulw1iy hit to our high school on the threshold of 21 hright new decade. Nlyrtle Nlzie Simmons . Yetzl l.ouise Simmons . lflwoocl P. Dowcl . . . Nliss johnson ,....A Nlrs. lfthel Chaiuvenet . Ruth Kelly, KN. . , . Duane Wilson ...,, l,yni11n Sanderson, NLD. . XYilliz1m R. Chumley, NLD. . . Betty Chumley ..... judge Omar Gzlttney , lt. DI. Lolgren , . . . CAST . , . .janet Cummins . .jezinne lhomzts . . .john Scales . . . . . . .-Iez1nl'ritz . .Xlary Helen Kesler . . . .Beth lluston . . , .l3z1rryl.evis , . ..-Xrliucli Nilaiforow . . ,xyllllillll Why . .live Bennett . . .Allen Kruthen . .lidwzird Herman -J 152' T 8390. ,ff l Gm Ihe set gets lust minute touches from stage crew members Andy Borek, Bruce Bell, Tom l.ittle, and Bob Kina. ff! J ., , , M xv' , V4 ll-vrtfi' .llzza if distressed git her lfrzffr l'ff:4'ood'.f peculiar liehuicr w tr 1 W is V J X' " m other hats the liest answer: "We must curry o "Your comin' with mel" is DItHI1flpVlil507I'5 reply to Elwood P. Dowdlv protests over interrupting his conversation ahout I1'ar':'e-y with Belly CflIl771fF'V- 153 .Q ,L Herald-'joan Burroughs V V960 Gala Night The Ijfll Annual Gala Night, presented in the audi- torium on Alarch All, April I, and 2, has heen called the "ht-st yet." Director P, 'If Gantt, who instituted the yearly production in 1941 appropriately entwined the theme of A'Americana,' with the traditions of the extravaganza. Highlights of the show included an im- promptu party in a prairie wagon which featured everything from a soft shoe numher hy Ginny lfrantf and Diane Charno to a solo hy "Cavalrynian" Boh Sut- ton and a square dance. In the Alaskan tavern scene "Dangerous Dan Nlagrew," Huh I.enahan, and "the Lady that's known as Lou," Susan Bossock, were among the Celehrities sharing the spotlight with the Kick Chorus directed hy Beth Thompson. Along with Alaska came Hawaii, and the AHS stage ahounded with hula girls. lfspecially commendahle was "Lovely Hula Hands" danced hy Barbara Lyons in true Hawaiian style. The most unique portion of the show was in the final scene when the entire audience joined in singing "America" led hy Nlary Helen Kesler. All in all, this year's Gala Night is one that will long he rememhered. Andy Borela gets expert finishing touches on his mal-ae-up from a professional just heliore appearing with the hoys quintet. Dick Bell and Frank Camphell engage in a friendly game of' chess in hetween acts under the Visage of Dan jones with a recorder accompaniment provided hy Pete Peterson. I 3 154 Takes llAmeric:aha" as its Theme 5 5.4 Mary Helen Kesler, nccumpzmiud lwy the "A-Xlmingrfmnef' lcaxdx the Gala Nighr finzxlu, plus the 1llldlKJI'lCC, in ".-Xxncriczif' KKDGUQCYIJLIN Dun Nlaxgrcwf' Bud l.cnz1hz1n, tukcx ri heating lirum "rho Stranger," Norm Fcsmirc, lie- CaLm:41fthe"l.:1dy thntl lmnwn :1sl,f1u." lntrigued onloulcery in the Alzukain tavern scene include Ed O'Rourlie, Dave Kuhr, Bilflillffl Martin, Frank Lovett, Charlie Krcmp, and Thad Murwin. ! -- in , 2 5 , , 4.4,',,, 6 i . x , ij.: l 155 911' llApril is the Cruelesl Month" L 1, in gl Ki. .vffnl Q..-vf'-"A :Xi :ill gunrlcniun Sllilllld, lfrzinlk fizxllvi, Sandy Brnuck, cr, :ind Hull Ncunizin :irc gctting rsfirwhincntx liir thcir dzztu. X X2 n Larry Petty and his date and I,ind:1 Welsh, Gail Kleese, and their escorts arrive for the lwig night. Before the prom begins, several cmiplcs inspect the April in Paris decorations and find them just right. u-,-. I - - f Q- 4 15 X in Poetry but not at Proms D1 H Y , . . . Inyxng tor Flltll' prwrn plmlmfgrziphx arg rhf on r v1r'NhirluyClz1rl-Q :md l'nCl1cud:1h Wilxon. 4? 'N 1. 7 ' '4 i A5 the evening wears zlwu Plante, Bob Lenvesley, B41 Hi .". 'sl y, tired duncan including Ray Donato, Stew Gclrud, ,loan rlmra HLlN'Cf',1lUd Tum Shields rclzlx. f il 3- . 9'1" ,Y L V' I" l11"l1 , I! Ill IZ .. A - F s ,. 'vu . ' .j' ' ill nm 3 ' ffm "W-PM W'5"""1-,...,,m dm ANNE! X ' Y -ln- lisa: IKQ 41 S- Z. 'Z 5 ,ff f,: x lkxhyv . 1 XM., , ,' ,Q . ,, , . .. it ,milf Yrznwx fm' '11, Q1 v W' , 1Z.x1,l' K1f',1Y1:-'XIVT 1mrwf1rm.1l't:L-X XM pwy11.1:",m.1 11-34 ,. ,gi ,. .M Q .. ., .g,, A ,+,L,.?-- Q1x11','f' wlL'I .l,viwL'T.x M TWY X QxY1.U,v,t.x...Xw1:k-. .X ,C TTL' .Ln ".R'1L'N PM kEI'L.Qlla'IK'Z.l.1'1 X'Lf1M. WIULQHUV- I1-1"9 V 'X 1 V 1 lv VX, Fnllmm-wxw:Wx1r'11v1lH' '.':'.1V .1 .L ww.-.1 .mul -.ww an 1 1f?.,K,XM, XXX T7.fLi:?7g 1. up .11. . J, Y Ghosts Conquer Competitors lim Leidich -11 Holi Boflirilfll K .Abington .Abington Abington Abington Abington Abington Abington Abington Abington Abington VARSITY SCOREBOARD l'pper Moreland Delhaas Central Lower Alerion Norristown Upper Klerion Llpper Darby Camden Haverford Cheltenham Y' r fi 111. ' fi If f, rg .A L llfmu- rlrt R Bockrmth 9 Nl h L Q 11 I- Hqllu L XX mu 1 NNurc,P. Compiling 8 21 Count 5 y ll! J 7 'TQ ,-x., MU f 4 it Through rain, through snow, through sleet or hail Abington fans are always loyal. After defeating bpper Moreland, Delhaas, and Central in non-league games, the Ghosts went down to a humiliating defeat to Lower Merion, 25-O. Then came the surprise of the seasong Abington upset Norristown, I4-6. Buddy Ortman scored both touchdowns on quarterback sneaks, and Mel Roberts kicked for both extra points. Bob Keim spearheaded both drives. Probably the most disheartening loss was the Haverford game. Haverford took an early lead and held on until the game ended by a score of I8-12, Haverford's favor. A blocked kick and several fumbles lost the game for Abington. The Ghosts finally started rolling in the second half with touchdowns by Ortman and Keim. The traditional Abington-Cheltenham game ended in a I4-I4 stalemate. Abing- ton, the favored team, took an early lead on a pass from Ortman to VVilkinson, a run by Bockrath, and the score by Crtman. Mel Roberts kicked the extra point. Cheltenham scored in the second and third quarters making the game 7-14. Kohr's snatch of the touchdown pass from Ortman saved the day for Abington. Mel Roberts again kicked for the extra point successfully tieing the game. M7 ff. gli tr. - fs? f .f tx vw' y l 162 Ken Miller, Donna Cooper and Barry Chapman add the weight of their signatures to the "Beat Cheltenham Pledge." wav-whiff? Panthers l-lold Cor Varsity to Tie JV. Ghosts Fare Better The ll. Y. Ghosts ended their ,SQ season by defeating Cheltenham by a score of I1-f'. Norris and Risko scored Abington's touchdowns. Seaforth caught a long pass putting Norris in position to score. .lim Vincent saved the day by intercepting a Cheltenham pass on Abing- ton's one yard-line. Outstanding goal line defense was a trait this team possessed all year. IL tm ettort proves efteetive :ls Roberts goes for a gain. Abington tallied an N-.LZ season showing great im- provement over last year's record. Special mention should be given to Ross Tippen, Ron Keim, and ,lim Vincent for their outstanding performance during the season. An unusual note is that this team broke a rather useless tradition, throwing the coaches, Armstrong and Nace, into the showers after the tinal game. .I IQNIOR VARSITY SCORI-Q BOARD Abington 7 lpper Nloreland I3 Abington 2, XYilson 6 Abington Olney Abington Pennsbury Abington I.ower Moreland Abington Lower Nlerion Abington Norristoyvn .Abington Lincoln Abington l'pper Nlerion Abington Bensalem Abington lpper Darby Abington Haverford Abington Cheltenham ,IUNIOR VARSITY I+'iXYI'BAI.I. 'I'f'i.ANI-lt! Ro-:4': I". Gibbons, S. Rott: Mr. Nace, bl. Kinser, IJ. flL1llY'll'l, If. Patten, R. Macxlillan, H. Seaforth, W. Connell, T. Hartmann, C. Supplce, G. Gerhard, bl. Yan- Norris, T. Thorpe, B. Nlurwin, S. Rimes, NI. Reynolds, Hr. Arm- degrift. 2nd Rats: V. Risko, T. Heath, nl. Dclgnan, j. Stotti, S. I.entL, strong, B. NIcCully. P. Bollenbacher, l,. Sheppard, Ii. Wilson, R. Keim, R. Tippin. 3111 Va Q Q . , -.2 Y.-XRSITY HHCKFY 'IAFJXXIYIII Razz: Rota: P. Grownian, B. Nl. Detweiler, F.LillI1Cl'11ll"Ll.kf7'l1'ROI? NI. Roach, li. Heiw, D. .-Xn r Bltimlu-rig, H. Nwanxon, Ql. Yolgan, Ci. Rainey, A. Smith, lf. Stein, Xon, B. Hitch, .-X. Rutledge, S. lflxroad, Xliw Chrixtman, Y. l t N. Nlztxman. Jim' Noir: H. Htitchenxon, ll. Dayixon, nl. latngluy, B. B. Burger, H. linholtf, .l. Ntituh, Gail Kranich, Brown, .-X. Utitterliridge, I". Dillon, lf. l.aRtie, R. Spence, B. Shorlw, Both Varsity and J. V. Ghostettes Coached by Nliss Hazel Christman, the Ghmtettes terminated their season with a AQ-AQ-I record. The for- ward line, sparked by Debbie Davison, Betiy Hoeh, and Cheryl Nlawrnan, managed to provide the squad with many rallies and orliensiye playa while the defense, led by Ann Rutledge, a sophomore, and Sherry Clinch- ard, a junior, continuously intercepted oppwing pzwsea throughout the season. The .l.Y.'s l-ollowecl in the Varsity! liootstepx with a duplicate record, 5-1. lfnitilating goalrtixlierg l.inda Gilmour and .Io lfleifher played each game with adeptf ness in sticlaworlx. 164 Abington Abington Abington Abington Abington Abington .-Xbington VARSITY SCORl1BOARIJ Springneld Haverford enliin town l.oxyer Xlerion l'l y-Wihitem ar Xorrixtoxx n Chelten ham .Il 'NIOR Y.-XRSI'I'Y SCORI-QBOARD Abington Abington :Xbington Abington Abington Abington Abington Springneld Haverford .l enlaintoxx n lower Nlerion l'l y-XYhi tem arf Norristown Cheltenham Viva lu hockey team! Yicmryf Post Credifable Records ,l.Y. HOCKEY 'I'l-QA-XM -lf! Ross: sl. llclflzlvis, B. Pcal, Yoelker, I.. Helveston, D. Derdzinski Detwciler, C. Ruse, l.. Bcrtulct, S. XYQIIIUI1. ind Kofax' Mis Pletz, B. Sudell, C. Strong, C. YnnHorn Lcsco, S, Swinglcr, I.. Gilmour, C. Fitc, P. Barrett, Lincoln. 165 'X J 1'1" VARSITY SOCCER TEAM-IJ! Roux' C. Beatty, R. Houpt, N. S. Weisxjrd Mr C mtt I' OBr1'1n C Dqum T Horke Fesmire, bl. Holt, R. Yonkers, P. McDowell, A. Ellison. 2nd Rau-: Weiss, F.Brighton,C.Berl1nger B Fexclx D 'Nhttmn D Waterman Swanson, QI. Brown, W. Stark, D. Schmaula, J. Sullivan, M. YVheatly, Polnnslci and Schmauk held lmll together Returning Letterrnen, Plus Abington Abington Abington Abington Abington Abington Abington Abington Abington Abington Abington Abington Abington Pulunski :md Sehmzutlc " VARSITY SCGRRBOARD O O .D O 2 J Central Norristown Lincoln Cheltenham Norristown Lipper Darby Lower Merion Alumni Penncrest Harriton Ridley Twp. Cheltenham Haverford head" hall together. 2 .S 1 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 5 1 o 166 JUNIOR VARSITY SCOREBOARD Abington Central Abington Norristown .Abington Lincoln .Abington Cheltenham .Abington Norristown .Abington Lpper Darby .Abington l.ower Alerion .Abington Huntington -lr. Abington Harriton Abington Ridley Twp. .Abington Cheltenham .Abington Haverford Abington's soccer team was fortunate this year in having eight varsity lettermen return. Dropping a few of the first games due to no pre-season practice, the players became more and more a unit as the season pro- gressed. Team effort was very much apparent in the an- nual .Alumni game won by the varsity. This team etliort of the Ganttmen showed itself in the Harriton, tpper Darby, and Haverford games. The Varsity team's record stands at 4. wins, 5 losses, and 3 tiesg and the junior Yar- sity team's record is 4. wins, 5 losses, and 3 ties. Those players selected for Surburban District Team were Rick Yonkers, Carter Daum Chase Beattv and jetf Brown. 3 1 7 Team Spirit, Equal Ganttmen .IBNIOR VARSITY SOCCER 'l'l'f.ANI-lf! Row: R. Beseclae, M Prue, D. Craig, T. DuFfy, D. Andrews, G. Bastian. 2nd Row: AV Smith, D. McCoy, G. Moritz, Al. Dunlap, D. Newcomb, S. Foslxrooli j. Brackin, R. Wentlel, R. Merchant, D. Wallace. 3rd Row: Mr. Grunn, NI. Hammer, lf. fimmcrs, R. Steelsle, T. Butler, P. Daniel, Mr. Beaver, R. George, F. Homillcr, D. Mclnnes, S. Downing, C. jones, Miller. CROSS COUNTRY TEAM-lst Row: T. VanFossen, B. Middle- ton, Galante, S. Leroy, M. Helveston, YV. Vincent, R. Gladstone D. Nutting, T. Huster, H. Manns. 2nd row: S. Hogg, G. Lewin, H Strobel, W. Montgomery, P. Linker, M. James, B. Weiser, F. Mer kel, Burkle, H. Sundby. jrd Row: G. Lovell, B. Bogenrief, F Ptucha, R. Blundo, W. Bye, D. Blazey, J. Gaflin, J. Kessler, G Brem, C. Boss, Coach Secor. Vincent and Galante- Spark Going over the creek and up the hill. Harriers pictured include Manns, VanFossen, ws' . , 168 .T What's the matter, hero? Tuckered-out?P 2. '5 R, CW YH .,-2 Coached by Mr. Secor, the Abington Senior High School Harriers enjoyed a victorious season in 1959. Sparked by the hard running of Bill Vincent, Steve Leroy, Mike Helveston, Bob Gladstone, and John Galante, Abington rolled over some of the top teams in the Suburban I League. The Harriers won the traditional Cheltenham meet on October 20 by a score of 20-45. Bill Vincent shattered the Panthers existing course record with a time of 12:18. Steve Leroy finished second with a time of 12:21. "Zeke's" three-milers also enjoyed hard fought victories over top teams including Plymouth-Whitemarsh, Lower Merion, and a well-experienced Norristown squad. X? f .al SCOREBOARD Abington 43 North Penn Abington 16 Bensalem Abington I7 Lincoln Abington 25 Norristown Abington 22 Lower Merion Abington 21 Ply-Whitemarsh Abington 33 Upper Darby Abington 20 Cheltenham Abington 30 Haverford Abington 31 Central Harriers to 6-4 Season They're off! XRGTUI xv . Ngglfv x js RX-N670 9 fx ,NX ,Y x 1 Q6 011100 X65 "Q'f,x'Q,XNvGfp ff.- 3 f 1 A bi 1 H 1 ,fr , ., .52 --e-X L wks: . ,A - - .,.. ,fe YARNI IH BANREIBALI. Tlirxfxlflfl Rox: bl. Ciarriwn, Nh-lrm-ck, Nlr. Sch B. Iffgley, .l. XIclx1nlcy,,I, Bwndx, Nl. Rwlvcrrx. :nd Role: Mr. XI. Luc, B. Urfmgm, ff we , 5 314501 Z john Bondl J 1 .x Q ,IHTI Nlclxmlcy 170 HL' llcr,H.Wh1tc, D. lmrd m, B Nunn Nlr. Fmtcr. I MCI Rubertw ann, A Bud U Knowledge et Fundamentals ancl learn Spirit Spark Basketeers to Win First Sulaurlaan I Title VARSITY SCORIAABOARIJ x Abingtirn '1 lincoln Alwingrim 45 llzivcr'trml M1 .-Xbingrcm SS Central .Xlmingrim fir, Nrrrr'ixrcmr1 5.4, :Xbingrun 'Q Bensalem Alningrrm fre l,mx'cr Klcririn tg' :Xlaingrim fig l'ly-XYl1itcrnz1rsli ,Xlmirrgrim fri' Licnrml lr, Abington -5 lrnxcr Nlurelzmd Alvingmn ff lippcr Dzirluy 4,4 :Xluington 'C lfclison Aluingrcm tif Cl1ClI'CI1l1L1IT1 sg' .-Xbingmn 'fr Norrixtimwn A-Xlvingrrrn SQ lIZ1VCIAf.OI'Ll ,O :Xlmingtcm Ni Lower Nlcrirm District I'l:1yoH's Abingtcm 'ig ljwpcr lhrlwy :Xlnington 47 Ycaulrm 45 :Xlwington fi! Cliclrcnlmm Alwingtim FAQ Springfield fro X , f if 7 -f . fJ A V . S 4,5 i I Y i Bill Neumann Martin lm jQff1jnfrl,,,n 71 Fostermen Defeat l-laverford, 53-50, To ,lim McKinley eyes his receiver, Bill Fegley. As every team in the league except one frlaverfordj, Cheltenham dropped both of their games to Abington losing their second encounter by the score of 67-37 on our gym fioor. Yyhere the football team only tied, the lfostermen crushed their opponents twice in a row. lfollowing regular season play, the Ghosts advanced into the state playoffs, losing in the second round of district competition to Springfield, champions of the Buxmont League, by the score of 60-53. In the first round, Abington had gotten by stubborn competition in the form of' Yeadon which forced the maroon to else out a .ij-45 victory. Springfield's height advantage proved to be too much for the Ghosts to overcome in their meeting at the Palestra. Abington led zo-16 at the end of the first period and 34-32 at halftime. However, the Spartans were not to be outscored as they took advantage of' several :Xbington miscues to wrap it up in the last period. With a 19-1 record credit must go to the shortest but most talented team in the Suburban I. Captained by -lim Nlcliinley, this yearls rendition of the basketball team swept to successes unheralded in the school's fine athletic history. The cilitisfs, the short- est team in their divisioli, won the Suburban l for the first time in over 3o years of' competition, coming up with a 53-5o win in their last game of the season to snatch the title from top-seeded Haverford. Losing 39-32 going into the last period, the maroon, led by Dleri' Garrison's IO straight points, managed a come-f'rom- behind victory the likes of which may never again be repeated. The Ghosts compiled an Ib-I season log for the cam- paign relying particularly on their strong bench and a starting five composed of' .lim Nlcliinley 11435, tlefi' Garrison Q211l, -lohn Bondi CIQZJ, Bill l"egleyliH2l,.1nd Melvin Roberts Qljjj. Bud Ortman, -lim Vincent, Bill Neuman, Don Lordan, and Martin l.ee also did rine work in spots, notable among them being the record- breaking, 77-point production against lipper Darby. Mel Roberts prepares to dunk the ball. 172 Cop Tntle -Xbmgtcm -Xbmgtcm 'XIXIIIQITOH Xblnqrrm -Xbmgrcm -Xbmgrcm -Xbmgton -Xbmgtcm -Xbmgtcm -Xbmgton -Xbmgton -Xbmgton Xbmgton Xbmgton Rme Mckol fm ind XI1IILr lbchlnd Rlmsj go up tr r rhg rplvound wh1le Ixocher partir looks on IX QLORI' BO-XRD I mculn Bcnmlem I'Ix XxI'llI'CIN1I'NI1 I cmer Nlorel md NKJFFISYCJWYI I owcr Nlencm l pper Ilxrby Qheltenh lm H u erford Xorrxstovm I ower Xlerlcm I pper Dxrbx QI1eItenI11m H u erford B-X ld- IB-XII I4-XXI I Ilia R Nlclwl un N Rlncs C Holmes H FIIPPIHL, I Nutnlxffr. I Ilxckmron NN I'n QI I Nllllgr Ix Nnrmm if Ixnchuwpgrgnr ndkf D Ntuudt brmk 'NIr Nlelmgck I - I . I H 43 .4 25 . ' V 55 X 4: 4,0 . f M 25 " z y .QS I ' M 50 . ' I 1 .QS A ' .25 A' ' 49 . ' H Q5 . ff . ' 41 A ' 45 ' 1 ' N1 . ' 30 ' z 36 A I ,, -U i ' .39 A ' .27 T ' 45 A ' 39 J A ' .22 - ' 39 ' 1 J 5.2 . ' 37 ' A L +6 . I 40 1 ' 45 ' s 1 . ' l, . , '. ' -gm: , ",. .. I-Ioopsters Place Second m Suburbaml I S X A N '1 BXSIXIM I Bl. I FEPXNI 1 R F L1 Rue 'NI Dsrxu1Ier F Clmchlrd NCIUII 211 H Hurchpfm ur pda. B Ru nl Ix 1m rmm B Bxrp r XI C ,Id mm If I inn Rlrhdu I m nd I' 1 LL rd XXRSII 'XIHIILXNJI1 'XININUUJII HXIJmgtcm 'XINIIIQIOII 'XI3lI1LfOI'l 'XIIIIILUJII 'XIHIIILTUII -Xlnngton 'XIWIIIQYOII 'XIHIINITON -Xbmgton XInnqton -Xbmutcm -XIu1m,trm 'XI3lI1gT0l1 'XIWIIIQYUN 4r 4 I c H SLORI BOARD North I erm QPTIIIQIICILI H xx erturd IJIx XX I11tem1rsI1 I ppm D 1rIwS I emu XILIIUII XLJTTINTKJXNII LI1eItenI11m QLURI BO-XRD X Jrrlm I erm SprmgheIaI II mx ex ford I Ix XX I'llfEIN1I'SI'l I pper DUIN I mxcr XILIIOH XOITINYONNII LI1eIter1I11m ,-. a GIRIF' ,l.Y. B.-XSKl'iil'HAl.l. 'l'l'irXNIfl5l Rota: C. Rose, II si ru x 1 Rudni B. Swanson, 5. Nlaxman, G, Frear, KI, Scanlin, U. Derd- Nwin ltr Uuttcrliri L :Xnn Rutledge, and Nlargie Goldsmith hlocls Kathy fim- merman lls shut looks tor her receiver. Coached by Nliss -lane Oswald, the female hoopsters fought to a j-1 record, putting them in second place in the Suburban I League. The height of Kathy Zimmerman and Betty Rud- nick, season captain, proved to be a great adyantageg although the defense was short, they managed to hold their opponents to a small shooting average. Sopho- mores janet Rudnick, who scored thirty-nine points in three games, and :Xnn Rutledge, on defense, aided the squad greatly. Miss Oswald also coached the .lY's to a fi-1 record. Ginny lfrear and Helen Hutcheson led the shooting, while Sue Swingler and Betty Swanson led the defense. Helen Hutcheson, a senior, was the team captain tor this year. The experience gained by the hlY's will prove valu- able when many of them aid the Varsity in next yeatls bid for the Suburban I crown. Mermen Wim Twelve OI Filleem lor qXIwi:igtftri'x Iitiyw Suxzimiiiiig Ieztm eritietl their feat- , . . - , . . - vm with .1 1'eeftrti tit twelve vim gttiti three Imxef by tieteaitirig Imxxer Xlfirelqtrwl 'if-11. I5irft plzicex were wen Iwy Heli Lktlfiexli, le' Iwt1ttet'tIy'g'Ilmi I"wt'ge"g,fCIirC11rtg Itthzi Irelgmtl, lie I-reeg .tml blim 'I'Iitmipferi, 23: imli- Vitiuatl medley. The :OC medley relay team ccmiposetl wt' Bill Schutt, Tliermzm Britt, Clmti Itlell, and Heb Wrigley won did the I-reextyle relay' tezim, wliieli ix emiiptnxeti of 'Ibm Ifwrgeiig, Iiftlw Cfiltiexli, ,Iwhit .-Xriitlt, aititi Stu Sodeti. One riff-Xlwirigltwiik ehiet' victories was the Cheltenham meet which was helti at that selioolls new petal. Despite Clielteiihzmfs sparkle ztritl glitter, .-Xbitigton still Came through lay 21 50-xgfw score. Kem rIIucke, ge I-reeg Bill Smlen, IOO brenststrokeg Keri Iluclce, lee freeg Stu Smleri, Zoe freestyleg :md the 200 freestyle TCLHN z1II won to place .-Xbington in the victory column. I tlverm.m .ind Wmrliziigtttii tiriixh itttitt I I.in Nheptutrtl twrwrzz- It Ihlwx thu. YR Aluingtfm A-Xluirigtim :Xhiitgtcm Aluimgtnm .Xlwingtcm Aluiiigtuti A-Xlwiiigttm Alnitigtfm .-Xbizigtmi :Xhiiigtcm .Kliirigtmi .Klwiriutt iii .-Xlvirigfwri Alwirigtmm :Xhirigtcm 176 R SITY F7 41 5.2 43 -I4 41 S+ FU 3" Iy- N, fy 4 I fy 65 SC'ORI".I3O,-XRD I'IyfXYIiiteiiii1t'sIi Nurtlieatst I.im'oIii Imwer Xlcnrelziml Xlwcirextcmii Nurrixtmx ii I,IYAXYIIII'CINllTsII I 'pper Darby Coatesville Ifiltlyxtcme Lilielteiihztm I,cm'er XICVIIJII NHI'I'INI'IJXN YI Clieltetihttm Ifmer Nlwrelziml X 211 45 IC Q3 42 -I-I W1 1.. -f- xv IQ lift QI .gf il 'I 9 3... 0 , , . ,Mama ,W .QM x E R, klaifvw Q ,r .W I' f r ,, , A, 4, f fb, AA x N . 1 Q1 X 'J if ,xp in My t 4 ,ff A i l -s w vflsx x , 2 S , , PS' uf! V7 ' 5. f Q -.. .o 1 . , M ., .s -vw . 4 44, 5' Y'- .'. , , , Q x ,, -'Tiff gf' W ,-aiwgaa jx 3-"' ' "3 LN., 'P U I1 Q 4-Q ? QM 9 ' ' F F ,nf 1 1 V .10 - . ,. 'jY'L'Ll:l-: R .I Q .wh Q .,.,,m-jsgqi In nilglxui ,ark 5 I. Lv-'-wr... Mermaids Talse Twenty Filtli YARSITY SCfJRl:BUARlJ Abington ,I Cicorgc Scliool Abington .0 Hz1x'e1'T'ortl Abington 51 Coatesville Abington 5-Q Xorristown Abington 55 l'ly-YYl1itCi11:11'fl1 Abington .Q Lower Nlcrion Abington N I l 'pper Darby Abington 62 Hzirriton District Kleet 1st ll Y. SCOREBOARD Abington Sl George School Abington .XR Haverford Abington 4,6 Coatesville Abington ST Norristown Abington 4.1, Lower Alerion Abington 42 l'pper Darby Abington SI Harriton , N -,- V- -x- ,N 'fw yo 1 lb 16 .,.. -1 45 18 ZI 38 21 27 itli tht iiI'1Xl'1rnI HU Br vsn md N mu And r n tilxt itfu' -g 178 by Recapturing Districts CQIRIA' NXYININIIYCQ lf! Rug: N. Iaisch, Ii. :Xrclier, KI. Ifreas N. I.lsr1-ad, lx. Iounu, IJ. :Xmlers-iii, C I'almcr, N. Brown, C. Palm- er, N Llinchatd, I.. lailmoxir, NI. Ilerliicek, Ii, Nwansun, W. Pratt- I1-IUXHN, C- irthcr. Jmf Rffif: I. Iluenke, I.. Be-rtiilct, I.. Xlderticr, N. l'nder the fine coaching ol' Nliss Clark and Nlrs. Palmer the Girl's Swimming 'I'eam won the District I I'.I..-X..-X. Championship for the third straight year. During the district meet three records were broken. Outstanding swimmers in this meet included 'lieam Captain Nancy Brown, Sherry Clinchard, and Sue I,usch, who won a medal for her diving. 'lihe girls will long rememlwer their excellent coach, Ciallwr.1i'h,Ifii.iliiraith,A.Ilorriicks, Ii. I,Llist,S.gL'l1L'Iliiel,I'i. I.cyy , Ii. Robertson, XI. Saunders, B. Davey, N. .-Xrrell, R. Spence. C. Ifite. Cuz' lCf,::: Nliss Clark, li. Iireskoxskv, S. Saigrmee, Y. Ncherr, I. Iloldcn, Nlrs. I'.ilmer. Nliss Helen Clark, who is retiring as coach, this year. She has coached swimming for twenty-nine years hut now needs more time to perform her multifarious duties as Director of Student Activities. Nliss Clark's team has a winning streak running at twenty-tive meets. l'nder her inspired coaching the team has helped make Alaington in the watery domain first in achievement and first in attitude. 'lihefre otff I7 Matmen Take Chelts by 27 23 ENTI INC, I 1 R I Ixl ne I -Xltadonm S ro wt R0 B IVIcF1rI1nd VI Poppel R I-Iarlen B Bogennef I-I Sage uxrt B xddltton I rg Nos. ID Nqhmqult B IIIIIHOI' R Clxdstonc R Bell I' Nchnndt Nlr Arm rrom. I-I m R LI s NIcDr well S1 n In I O Br tn Bu hnell NI Helxeton R 'Xeumqn R xhtjfllgl I- r c,UC'lII11I1 'NIcDowtll ind Bushnell zlxrc rn posltlon Ihe mltmen posted 1 ,5 1 record thls Xear The 'XIJIHQYOH Cheltenham m1tch proved to be the out SIIHLIIIIQI reim xlctorx of the seison when 'IxI3lI1gIOYI deleited thelr trad1t1on1l rlval bv 1 2, 2, score Iln rung therr opponents were l'len11ng Grles 112, and ohn Bushnell 1,NJ Pete NIcDowell 1,,l I-Ioward Slge 11541 Bob C11 rdstone 1553 1nd Irm I-Iolt No won lu decmons whlle Nlllse Irue 10,1 md Al Reed Q145l tled thelr men In splte of the losmg season -Xblngtonlans saw manv brllllant performances by Pete NIcDowell ohn Bush nell, ind I-Iow 1rd Sage XX RILSTI ING SLORI: BO-XRD The R1He Team under the CIIYCCEIOH of Nlr Clark posted Kbmgton AIJ1I1gl'OI1 -Xblngton Ablngton -Xblngton -Xbmgton Sprrngheld Bryn -Xthyn I ans -Xlclen Harr1ton I ower XICTIOD Cheltenham I enncrest forfelted 'XI3lI'lgfOI1 'XbllIgIOI'l -Xblngton I pper Darby Haverford Norr1stown a commendable record of seven wlns and three losses Iros pects for 1 successful team looked gI'1IT1 at the begmmng of the season because m my members of lust xears team drd not return However, the 60 team steadxls lmproved Ihe Clarlxmen shot thelr best meet at ual-.ertown postlng a 498 493 score 498 IQ the hlghest score ever shot bx a -Xbmgton team on an awfu court The senlors on the team Included I irle Lonrzd, Pd NIL Clelland Q trl Berllnger, and Tom NN atlxlnson Pete Drelfus a -IUHIOF, was the only member of the team to quahfy ln every match thls vear Pete holds the DISITICI I lndlxldual champ1onsh1p I8O 1, Q, x In X . WR J e .f 1. 'i , 1. 1 1 ., B. ff Iwl, 5. et- . 1 . , I ', . . , . 5 ' ', , Sq -s, 1 NI' Q , olck, 31. Pr1f,B, ' 331, , g . -A . 5 , . 91 .Q -, . - , i.1' ' ,1 .1 S 3, 1 2 1 mc: D. Dflrel, I., Hine., 1-X. Reed, If. Giles, P. 1 ' 1 '- ,j. -'1 d ,S ' I- ' i' - s , 1 . ' rs , . 1I I , . I lx, I, Gllulmnx j d I Y L W 1- S . " I f 2 ' - ' l . . 2 I' . I . . ' 5 . 1 1 P.- W Q J. - .I 3 C .wild ' A I C .xi 9 I 'Z F ,1 I 'I C 7, 1 av . C II D ,' J .- D ' 27 ' ' 29 . f S 1 ' . , 1, ' A v A V . . I , . 4 I 5 I c . c 71 1 31 , '-1 20 - - .' - 1 ' 23 ' 2.4, ' Q ' 1 ' 25 , 1 1 ' 25 - 1 - - - - .' N A Q-7 L 23 1 . . , 1' 0 . Y 5 Y 1 ' S t 1.1 2 . . '- 1 ' to ' .32 ' 4 , Y ' I' ' ' ' . JI' 1 ' 29 I5 D U 5 5 I 5' 1 I4 1' ' 30 U . . - ' Score 1.., . Rll4l,l'. Lt lx l,. Clin- ff. md, ll. lirnirnx, lu lmwtr, C. Bcrlingqr. :ml limi: Xlr. Clairlyll. lJ1u1X,lf.NlCClul- lzlnd, llfyifrrx l llnrmin wn, R,XN1lC.,n l. Nlrllf n v , Clarkmen Compile Cornrnendalble Count RI lfl ,li SCC JREBOARD .-Xlwington .-Xlwingron .-Xlwington :Xlwingrcmn :Xlwingtwn Abingriin .-Xlwingmn Abington Alwingmn :Xlwingron :Xbingtcmn Po -VH -W1 +93 +05 -l-9' -U1-X 495 -W- +91 -VW Quulacrrnwn lpper Dublin S. lfliigli :Xnilwler Central Bucks Qiialcertown l'pper Dublin S. Lehigh :Xnibler Central Bucks Nlulvern Prep -PNN 49" +55 rs 49' 49.3 +92 4-1 Q9 +G' +91 I Mike Gray dcmonstrutcy his championship form on the flying rings. GYM NASTICS SCOR FBO.-XRD .Abington Abington Abington Abington Abington Abington Abington Abington Abington Abington ,i ,B .sn 56 41 16 65 .39 -+5 Q2 Q2 Wilson Del li 11:15 Pennridge Pen n sbury Nesbumin y Wilson Delbaas Pennridge Pennsbury Neshaminy 'll 46 2-lf 39 .24 15 41 .35 4,3 48 Gymnastics and Bowling Bow as New VARSITY GYMNASTICS TEAM-151 Raza: E. Rob- bins, H. Norris, B. Spiegel.2r1d Raw: M. Gray, Gillante, Taylor, N. Miller, A. Ziegler, B. Balderson, D. jarrett, ll. 'llifsey 3rd Row: J. Brown, B. Davies, Nl. j:1n1eS, Mr. Stout, H. Coulston, D. VARSITY BOXYLING THANI-l.f1 Razz: B. Leyitt, Pi. S. Cielrod, Ci. Lewin, Nlr. Sauter, T. Fesinire, XY. Keppler, Newman, P. Alaxvvell, bl. Av21I'l!llY1C.lY, P. Kosnox, l.. Wolff, R. Klebe, ll. Stolh. P. Steinlit-rg.3r1d Rail: A. Peskin, -l. Nteinberg, B. Bt-lchic, Varsity Sports Yarsity gymnastics enjoyed a 5-5 season for its first year at Abington. Nlr. Robert Stout, the gym coach, noted at the lYinter Sports Assembly that his boys surprised several teams with much more experience than Abington. Alike Gray, for instance, Captured txvo nrsts at the Suburban Championships. His specialties were the flying rings and the horizontal bars. Other winners in- cluded Bob Davies, third in all-around performance, Andy Ziegler, fifth all-aroundg Alike Dlames, sidehorseg and Bob Balderson, tumbling. Mike james shows strength and skill by performing ditticult maneuvers on the horse. 183 Another new sport this year is the Varsity Bowling Team. This team is the result ot' the Ab- ington Bowling Club, formed last year by Nlr. Thomas Hamill. The present Coach is Alr. lfranla Sauter, who has been with Abington for two years. The team consists of Pete Steinberg, Bruce Levitt, .lohn Solti, Steve Gelrod, and Bob Klebe. Pete Steinberg is the high scorer with a 145 score. Gail Schmidt is the captain of an unoliieial girls' team. BOWI ,ING SCOREBOARD Abington 2 Lower Moreland I Abington I Bishop Nlelkvitt 2 Abington o Cheltenhzun 3 Abington O Hatboro ,Q Abington 2 hlenlaintoxvn I Abington 2 Bishop Xlellevitt I Abington K, Lower Aloreland 3 Abington 2 Hatboro I Abington ug Jenkintown o Abington ,Q Cheltenham o Abington R, Lower Moreland o Abington 3 Bishop Nlcllevitt o Abington I Cheltenham 2 Abington I Hatboro 2 Abington 3 Jenkintown o .-. Erbmen Post Early Ties and Wins, BASEBALL TEAMi1fl Row: D. Blazey, H. Young, D Brusca, H. Emericlnjrd Row: Mr. Erb, j. Barclay, W. Straw- lVare, E. Wlilkinson, Nl. Roberts, G. Wlilliams, B, Cochran, B. bridge, R. Biddle, L. Moyer, D. Bell,j. Villante, A. Staley, Mr. Fegley, D. Lordan.2r1d Row: C. Daum, j. Arndt, l.. Fink, B. Kei-qhner, Ortman, L. Cristadli, Leidich, Bondi, B- BUClU21fl'l, H' Bud Cochran eyes a high foul. The 1960 Baseball Team, under the direction I of coaches Erb, Kerchner, and Beaver, expect a fairly successful season as they haven't been de- feated to date. The first two games ended in stale- matesfCentral, 0-O and Pennsbury, 5-5. -lohn Bondi was credited for the first win of the season foyer Lower Nlerion, 6-5-and for the Nesham- iny game, S-2. .lim McKinley pitched to a 3-O vic- tory over Dobbins. As things look now Haverford appears to be the team to beat. Lower Merion should also prove stirl'competition the next time Abington and Nler- ion clash. N 18 SCHEDULE March 11, Upper Moreland Away 31 Central Away April I Central Home 4 Upper Moreland Away T Norristown Away ii Lower Merion Home iq Dobbins Home I4 Neshaminy Away I9 Upper Darby Home 1 ' Cheltenham Away - Haverford Away May 2 Norristown Home 1 Lower Merion Home IZ Upper Darby Away IQ Cheltenham Home 23 Haverford Home Expect Successful Season ,L A 2--ff ,. 'W 1 I . 1 I U I-- 4 -yr-. "3" i ,L I 1 E 1 X I D ,. . 8 Tennis Teams Serve Winning 'fn xff J GIRLS' TENNIS TEABI-lst Ro-un' B. Bondi, D. Davison, S. Am- B. Hoch, Cummins, I.. Wiasum, S. Flsrozid, D. Lesko, M. Perloff, bler, M. Goldsmith, Miss Black, G. Hendler, C. Krick, S. Stewart, L, Gilmour, H. Bachman. 2nd Row: N. Sutherland, B. Thompson, M. Longshore, Debbie Davi son de monstrates her backhand technique. .Although Miss Black's Netmaids started prac- tice late this year because of the snow, they ex- pect to improve their commendable record of last year. Debbie Lesco will dominate the singles matches, followed by Sue Swingler and Betsy Hoch. First place doubles include Louise VVasum and Debbie Davison. GIRLS' TENNIS SCHEDULE April 5 Upper Darby Away 7 Springfield CDelcoJ Home IX Radnor Away 21 Penncrest Home 25 Norristown Away 28 Blarble-Newtown Away May 2 Lower Merion Home 5 Lans-Aldan Home 9 Haverford Away I2 Harriton Home I5 Cheltenham Home 186 One of the most promising Boys' Tennis 'I eams in years, Nlr SYi1NflS,I96O Varsity boys haxe de leated all tomers so far in the first two meets Re turning lettermen Art Bellis, john Benus, Due Gray bill, YN alt Yicholson, jetl' Brown, jet? Gu nor, and Daxe Buckholdt sparked the netmen in these brilliant x ictories. BOY S' TENNIS SCI-II-1Dl'Ll-I lfpper Darby Central Radnor North Penn Springheld George School Penncrest Norristown Marble-Newtown Lower Nlerion Lans-Aldan Haverford North Penn Harriton Cheltenham Singles Doubles Championship-No State Championship Home Away Home Away Away Away Away Home Home Home Away Home Home Away Away I'I'1Sl'OVVY1 BOX S 'IILNNIS TE-XXI IJ! Row: Bemis, Brown, D. Dcilxel, D f rn lull C ax nor W Nickolson, D. Buckholdt. 2nd Roux' T. Q April 1 8 13 ZO 12 23 29-30 May 4 14 18 21 28 Sparl-:ed by quite a few returnees from last year's championship team, the 1960 Cindermen got under way with a well-earned victory over Pennridge. But the first league meet one week later turned out to be a loss to a more powerful and more experienced squad from our Mainline rivals, Haverford. This year's team is expected to give their opponents tough competition in several track and field events. In running events the 880 yard and 440 yard relay teams are top contenders for Suburban Championshipsg and the 440 and 100 yard dashes are also tops in their classes. Some of the outstanding performers on this year's fast-moving force are Cordell jones, Frank Hunter, VVardell Holt, and John Galante. Two of our high-Flying men for field events are Bob Garrison and Mike James. Thus, paced by the relay teams and several individ- uals the Cindermen anticipate a fast-moving season. 6 TRACk SCHEDLLE Pennridge Away Haverford Away North Penn Home Norristown Away Upper Darby Norristown Home Lincoln Away Lower Merion Relays Penn Relays Lower Merion Home Sub. Champs Norristown Cheltenham Home District Champs Norristown State Championship Javelin man-Brit West l Cindermen Strive Pole-vaulter Andy Ziegler takes another high ODE. 88 ' Z f. , Wi , Y t , ', fl . ., , . 2 , , .Q ,, To Meet '59 Record Y.-XRSITY TRACK iliff.-XXI--lf! Knit: H. Ncalfiorrh, R.XvCI'llCl,ci.i1l1HYL'I', H. Uuiizik, D. Tziylnr, j. filllllfllkf, B. Nliddlcrnn, K. Klcin, XY. Bye, K. Wildrick, IJ. Niirring. Jr Rota: S. Kcnwurthy, H. Cnlcyrcin, B, IJ4ix'iu, B. hlinhnwn, DI. l.cRwy, C. -Iunw, R. Yun kurf, l,. Nlorrix, H. Faux, R. Tippin, .l. Xywrthingrun, .-X. Hgirrix, B. Hwgcnriuti, Nlr. Calp- ziidijrd Kola: Nlr. Nzicc, G. Niwgfl, K. Bailin, H. Nhirwin, -I. figirfin, B. Wlwr, B, Yugi-l ,. . , ,. . I, I. Nliirwin, Ia XX hire, F. Inu-rr, IJ. Knhr, Nl. hliunux, B. Ciurrifnn, P, Nhiidlu, Qiizintf, B. Wriglcy, T. Hiillur, R. Rcichnizln, B. Yich-ilwn, Nl. Luc, -I. ligirrirr, W Hwit, Thiillilumn, 5. Hugg. Nliixcic :ind Nkill :irc inipwrrginr faicrwrx Burch l.L-cl winning .hut put Nrylu. X iz, il i nf i C. I 189 ,:,. sh. ..-2.1 1219? Lacrosse Synchronrzecl Contribute I -XLRONNP rm Ntex en School Hu erford 'u Pls XX hmtemur h Cheltenham Plas Dix Nprmgfield Hirrlton Nprlnafielcl Delc George Nchool U -Xu is Home Home -Xu ix lowtr Xltrron Home -Xu IX Home Home Thls year the Glflgz I lcrosse le IIN 6I1g1gll1gII1 thelr fourth year ol lnter school LOINpCflf1OI'l null most lllxelw boast a successful season Last X elr the Qlrls broke lnto the Wlflhlflg column, and th1s new under the co lchlng of Mlss fine Oswald thek lntend to repe it th1t per 'Nlmlxn Detweller 1nd me login hmd Umchlrd mkeb a piss Wm from Lhenl -lm mternatlonal lacrosse Qlme was plued it Hunt mgdon NICITlOI'13l Fleld earlx m the seison 'lhrough this game the glrls p1clxed up professmnal pomters 'Waxman durlng 1 fast moxmg practlce sesslon ln lacrosse Y-XRSITX LACROSSE Ist Row G Frear M Detweller Llncoln 5 Clmchard H Hutcheson B Beaumont j N111 NI Nlclxmley C Cramer,C Maxman B bwanson B Lagno ler P Barrett jrdR0u lx Llmmerman 'NI Webb D Hrckman D Detweller 2nd Row P Goldthorpe,P Urnrs B Swanson N Dean S Sauppee A Yogel F Clmchard M1ssOsw1ld 190 f Ap'l 21 I - sf . gf 28 Q ' . 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N " 5 ,rx ' 6 Y-KRSITH CJOIF TEAM 152 Row H Saffer H Faus I Thompson D McKeewer Sowe 2nd Rau Piul F Ptucha T Losgrne 'Vlr 'Nagle -X Fow F Patten C 'Noble Golfers Strolce for Splendid Season 'Xl Fow follows through on what he hopes 18 1 hole ln one The 1960 Golf lezm sttrted oil lts setson bx dele it 1ng 'Nlorrlstown I ,IQ IA bl Illllg the wiy for mother very successful season -Xt I'l'llS po1nt, lower Menon looks hlxe one of the few teams Wl1lCl'lIll1gl'lf stand xn our way Ablngton s well balfxnted te 1111 CONSISTS of ohn Pflul, Tom Cosgrove, -Xl in Pow VX 1lter Y mBuren, fmd Doug McKeever Though stlll IN hls sophomore xelr, Doug has the potentlalltv to develop into in excellent golfer by the tlme he becomes 1 sentor GOLF SLHFDLI I' Rpm Ply VN hltemarsh Norrxstown Sprmgfleld fDelcoJ Harrlton Cheltenham X ZH Lower 'Vltrlon Plx KN hltemar h Norrxstown Sprxngfield Harrlton Cheltenham Lower 'Nlemon State Champxonshlp fkwax Home Home Home -Xwax -Xwax Home -Kwan Awaw -Kwan Home Home ,--. 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Grant 100 Wveiner Stephen 100 137 148 177 193 Weiss Jonathan 43 100 106 110 119 120 135 136 166 Weiss Stewen 34 101 121 136 166 ep Weldon Jacquelyn 101 Wells Carol E 101 Welsh Linda 101 Wesenberg Patricia 101 129 Wexler Deborah 101 120 121 133 136 Wheatley Malcolm 101 166 White Francis 101 122 137 161 189 Whitesell Linda 102 107 131 137 141 Whitney Jane 102 124 137 143 Wildrick Andrew 26 51 102 146 177 Wiley Elizabeth 102 128 Wilhelm Florence 103 149 Wilkinson Edward 103 111 122 137 161 Willett Caro1eN 103 144 181 Wilson Uncheedah 103 Wlnterer Barbara 103 133 143 Yvinterer Christine 103 Wolf Phyllis 103 128 Wolf Rona 103 148 Wood Peter 104 109 122 Vvorthmgton John 104 110 176 177 189 Wostmann John 104 122 Wright John 104 Yerger John 104 123 Yoder John 104 Yorke Thomas 104 106 119 122 166 Yost William 104 Zanine Margaret 105 Zintner Carole 105 Zupkis Robert 105 i in 1 1 11.111 ' U' YOUR STUDENT COUNCIL SERVICE Establzshed 1927 INTERSCHOOL RELATIONS WELFARE SOCIAL ACTIVITIES lNE'1I1OIIHl Assoelatlon of Student COLIIICIIS PCIIYISVIYHHIA Xssoclatlon ol Student Counclls Phll ICICIIJIIIB. 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