Albright College - Speculum Yearbook (Reading, PA)
- Class of 1947
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Laciies, Auxiliary, Trustees
Administration . .
Aiurnni Association . . .
Organizations . . .
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Fraternities G Sororities .
Student Directory . .
Acts and Patrons . . .
Graduates oi 1947 uniteoi together a few months ago, in un-
animous agreement, to puiniish this hook, the inaugural issue oi the
henceforth, CUE Annual. This ciecision was particularly note-
worthy, in view oi the iact that, we were a variahie group com-
poseci of stucients who were completing iour Consecutive years oi
coiiege iiie and many whose careers were interrupted, ciue to mili-
tary service. A iceen ieeiing oi empathy and unity accompanied
the primary preparations and, subsequent months of work con-
firmed the solidarity oi the Class oi 1947.
Common ctesires, similar goals and sincere Willingness to co-
operate, coupieci with the realization that within the factor oi co-
operation iies the germ oi success tor each oi us, was the hasis up-
on Which this inaugural issue was horn.
is it too optimistic to heiieve that this simpie example may
contain the elements from which a ciisunited World may hecome
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VVOmen,s Sports Eclitors ..
Advertising Managel' ..
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MARY JANE THOMPSON
. . . GEORGE MORFOGEN
.. VIRGINIA WOERLE
...... JOY CUTLER
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.. H. EUGENE PIERCE
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HARRY V. MASTERS
TO THE CLASS OF ,47:
Yours has heen a most unusual history. Beginning in September, 1945, with
70 memhers, dropping to 56 in September, 1944, heginning your junior year with
45, you now numher 81. Along the way you have welcomed into your class a
numher whose four-year course spanned five, six or seven years. These, com-
prising haif your memhership, have had inserted hetween their freshman and senior
years an experience quite unlike that of campus life. It was a period of high service
shared hy hundreds of other Alhrightians and millions of other young men and
women. To all seniors and especially to the veterans, the completion of your college
course marks the achievement of a worthy goal.
Your college experience has extended over the most unusual years of Alhri ht
College history. You have witnessed the smallest enrollment in many years and
the largest in Aihrightss history, the only years in which women students outnum-
hered the men, and a year when enrollment of military personnel equalled that of
the civilian students. These and many other extremes and sudden changes have
marked your college days.
Throughout these years, the Aihright spirit has heen manifested in your activ-
ities. You have cooperated willingly in the tasks which have been ours to do, in
war and in peace. You have striven to hold high the ideals of Alma Mater. Surely
the privilege of puhiishing the inaugural issue of the "CUE" as an Aihright Col-
lege annual is well deserved hy the Class of ,47.
As you leave Aihright College and join the alumni, your Alma Mater is con-
cerned that you achieve two goals, first, that you set for yourself high standards of
personal conduct and relationships: and second, that you render real service through
your vocation or profession. It has heen the aim of Aihright College to help you
to achieve these ohjectives. May success and happiness attend each of you.
HARRY V. MASTERS,
Tire Ladies' AuxiIiary is an organization
composed of tive hundred and forty-one mem-
Ioers WI1ose primary Oiojective is to foster tI'1e
interests of AII3rigI1t CoIIege.
This Worthy group contributes, on tIIe aver-
age, S1200 annuaIIy, for worthy projects on
campus. A Iiiyrary fund. in the amount of
350000, is used for the purchase of new I9ooIcs
to tI1e AIumni MemoriaI Library.
Albright CoIIege acI4noWIedges with deepest
appreciation tI1e tireiess efforts of tIIis fine or-
ganization, tile Ladies, AuxiIiary.
President MRS. HARRY V. MASTERS
First Vice-President MRS. LESTER L. STABLER
Second Vice-President MRS. JOHN BLACK
Third Vice-President MRS. GLENN DEIBERT
Recording Secretary, MRS. CHARLES E. KACHEI.
Financial Secretary MRS. VAN BENNETT
Treasurer MRS. LEVI S. HARTING
5001061 of jud feezi
The Board of Trustees consists of fifty-four
members eIected Ivy tire six annuaI E.vangeIicaI
Conferences, together with eigI1t Trustees-ab
Large, and a representative of time Board of
Bishops of the EvangeIicaI Church. It Iias Iaeen
Iargeiy tI1rougI1 tire efforts of these men and
their predecessors that tI'Ie ideaIs and objectives
of AIIorigIIt CoIIege Iiave Ioeen formed and
maintained since its Iiistoric Ioeginning in 1856,
as Union Seminary.
President HON. FREDERICK A. MARX
First Vice-President BISHOP JOHN S. STAMM
REV. DR. A. F. WIEAVER
Secretary REV. DR. C. KACHEL
President Emeritus of Albright College
REV. DR. J. XVARREN KLEIN
THE ALUMNI MEMORIAL LIBRARY
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HELEN L. CUNLIFFE
LEVAN P. SMITH
Dean of Men
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Alumnus assisting in the Deans
officeg ANNA R. BENNINGER,
Chief Assistant to Dean Vvalton.
ELAINE GRAYBILL, third memher
of the trio responsihie for keep-
ing the office functioning smooth-
MAE KAUFFMAN fMrs.j, Assis-
tant Sercetary to the President:
RITA COMPO fMrs.J, newly wel-
comed switchhoard operatorg
MARIE M. KLEPPINGER, Secretary
to the President.
MARY H. MOYER fMrs.J, aide
to the treasurerg CHARLES L.
GORDON, JR., efficient man hold-
ing the responsihle position of
Treasurerg SHIRLEY Fox fMrs.D,
whose name has changed recent-
ly, hut, whose familiar smile re-
mains the same, as she goes ahout
her duties as Treasureras aide.
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ARLENE HECKMAN, Secretary
to Director of Public Relations,
Whose voluminous tiles provide
ample evidence of tier proficiencyg
PALMA D. EVANS fMrs.f, Assis-
tant in time Office of Public Rela-
tions, who is rapidly learning the
position formerly tieicl by DORIS
LENGEL. LESTER L. STABLER, who
holds the responsible position of
Director of Public Relations and
Executive Secretary of Alumni
ELIZABETH S. HAIN tiVIrs.J,
College NLIFS6, Wl'lO t8.k6S CHIC of
UQASWCI9 G time health of the stuctents, wheth-
to H' lRneHidiBtt" er it be a cold or a Htummy-actreng
' QLIWA tVICLaUGIaLIN, Infirmary
ing Smmgx sslstant, w o is a student at
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JANE VAN DRIEL UVIrs.J',
friendly Assistant Litnrariang
JOSEPHINE E. RAEPPEL, Librarian,
helpful and dependable on all
occasionsg 'GERTRUDE HARTING
fMrs.D, Clerical Desk Assistant,
who listens sympatheticaiiy to
"Term Paper Bluesh.
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ANNADORA S. VESPER ffVIrs.D,
IHSi'fUCt0f in English, who is
proving her vafue to the Depart-
ment and the Domino Cfuhg
JOHN D. Douos, Professor of
English Language and Literature
whose sense of humor is a con
stant source of delight to his stu-
dents: WILLARD H. HAAS, ln-
structor in Engfish, recentfy wef-
comed memfoer of the Afhright
family, CLYDE A. HARDING, As-
sistant Professor of English, is a
favorite with the students who
enjoy a dash of philosophy with
their fiterature. '
VIRGIL C. ZENER, Professor of
Education, Whose fong service to
Afforight has earned him the hon-
ored titfe of Hprofessor Emeritusu.
RUSSELL B. SMITH, Professor of
Education, is noted for his friend-
finess and creative thinking: LE-
VAN P. SMITH, Dean of Wien and
Assistant Footfoaff Coach, who
wifi assume the position of Head
Foothaff Coach, next season.
MILTON VV. HANIILTON, Profes-
sor of History, enjoys reviving
anecdotes about historic personaf-
ities to the delight of his studelitsi
John VV. Khouri, Assistant Pro-
fessor of History, is enj0YiUQ his
first year at Albright and bring'
ing enjoyment to his students, Bt
the same time, through his origi-
naf presentation of historicaf char-
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who helps his S f
nah rhe nfoblems 0
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programs on campuf
Marr Jann Wan
in Spanish and Latir
us of Affrrigfn wfros
languages is cfearfy
tfnougil tire Hne man
sire conducts frer c
sorrn Ronnroorz, f
Spanish, wfrose pier,
ami' and rnetfrorf of
marie frer very popu
MBIS: ELSIE A
Professor of French
in tire art of teach,
guage of diplomats.
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sense gf humori
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JOHN E JACOBI Professor of
Sociology who fits very Wen into
Albright family circle MILTON
C GEIL genial Professor of
Psychology Whose ahuncfant en
ergy is phenomenal ELLILRY B
HASKELL Assistant Professor of
Philosophy another newcomer
who helps hrs stucfents grapple
with the problems of the unrverse
EUGENE H BARTH Assistant
Professor of Religion rs largely
responslhfe for the frne relrgrous
programs on campus this vear
MARY JANE WARD instructor
in Spanish and Latin rs an alum
us of Albright Whose interest in
languages rs clearly rn evrdence
through the fine manner rn which
she conducts her classes LCN
SUELA RODRIGUEZ Instructor in
Spanish whose pleasant person
ahty and method of teaching has
macfe her very popular with her
students ELSIE A GARLACH
Professor of French rs a master
IH the art of teaching the fan
guage of diplomats
GERRIT IVIILMMINO Professor of
German IS noted not only for the
frne manner ln which he conducts
his classes ut also for hrs fceen
sense of humor LLOYD L STUTZ
MAN, instructor rn German, whose
Interest In teaching is only ex
-ww ,lmlreflceeded hy his efficiency in t e
h N - Ns-classroom: F. WILBUR GINGRICH
S of y 'rvprofessor of Greek and Religion
1 ,eataff gteaches the ancient fangua e
I my -rjwith ease and students fincf h's
It metiuf' it-manner invigorating, as we as,
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MARCUS H. GREEN, Assistant
Professor of Biology, favorite with
the students, even though, he
seems to enjoy keeping them alert
with frequent tests. CLARENCE A.
HORN, Professor of Biology, who
puts the pre-medical students to
Work, with a Vengeance: CHARLES
B. HOLLENBACH, Instructor in
Biology and Botany, is an alum-
nus of Aihright and a fitting ad-
dition to a department noted for
DWIGHT L. SCOLES, Professor
of Chemistry, is responsihie for
explaining the intracacies of the
atom to his numerous science
students, NEWTON S. DANFORD,
Assistant Professor of Chemistry
and recently appointed Registrar,
is hoth friendly and understand-
ing: RALPH H. BEHM, Assistant
Professor of Chemistry, is a form-
er Aihrightian now administering
examinations, instead of taking
PAUL I. SPEICHER, Assistant
Professor of Mathematics and
Physics, is noted for his efficient
manner of teaching, as Weil as,
his fine sense of humor: ROY T.
MERKEL, Assistant Professor of
Mathematics and Physics, re-
cently welcomed memher of the
faculty who teaches his classes
with a great degree of vigor and
ANNA H, Snr
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edge in her Hel:
stant source 0'
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ANNA H. SMITH tiVIrs.h, As-
sistant Professor of Home Eco-
nomics, is noted for tier friendly
manner and participation in num-
erous campus activitiesg FLOR-
ENCE V. INNIS, Professor of Home
Economics, Whose popularity is
evidenced toy the large enrollment
of Coeds in tier courseg ERNESTINE
ELDER, Assistant Professor of Art
and Home Economics, wtrose ver-
satility and Wide range of knowi-
edge in her tieid provides a con-
stant source of interest for tier
DONALD S. GATES, Professor ot
Business Administration, is a
newcomer with a vast store of
experience at his command to an-
swer ttre numerous questions of
the future tinanciersg J. HOWARD
WIDDOWSON, Instructor in Busi-
ness Administration, strares tris
Wealth of facts, as well as, his
keen enthusiasm for sports, with
EVA M. MOSSER CiVIrs.J, In-
structor in Physical Education, is
noted for her atmiiity in numerous
sports and tire abundant energy
with wtrictr stre conducts tier
ctassesg EUGENE L. SHIRK, Facul-
ty Manager of Athletics and In-
structor in Mathematics, shows
equal vigor, in tooth tietds, con-
tributing not a Iittie to ttre etti-
ciency with which our sports pro-
gram was conducted the past
as ' ,
LEWIS E. SMITH, Professor of Political
Science, is a favorite with ali time students ioe-
HANS NIX, Director of Orchestra anci in-
structor in Stringed Instruments fpart-time, is
responsible for tile Wicie acclaim received by
our college orchestra and ioandg JOHN H.
DUDDY, Professor of Voice, Piano, anci Qrgan
efpart-timej, imparts to his students a love of
music that is tooth instructive and inspirational.
of iris congenial personality and under-
J. WARREN KLEIN RUTH C. SHAFFER
President Emeritus and Officer of Endowment Associate Professor of Latin .
and Special Gifts. On Leave of Absence
GLENN R. DEIBERT HERBERT S. STRICKLER
College Physician Assistant Professor of Chemistry
RosE C. HARTMAN NEAL Q, HARRIS
Instructor in English fpart-timef Director of Physical Eciucation
DAVID A. .STRONG
Head Coach of Football and Instructor
in Physical Education
.fdfumni Mociafion of .xgfgriglzf gofdge
T0 THE CLASS OF 317:
The memhers of the Alumni Association of Albright College salute the mem-
hers of the Class of '47 and share with each one the keen anticipation of gradua-
tion. The more than two thousand who have preceded you have not forgotten the
mixed feelings and emotions of graduation day. Many cherished memories and
worthy ideals will go with you as you leave Alma Mater.
One of the purposes of the Alumni Association is to aid in keeping these
memories and ideals alive and continuously meaningful. Alumni, everywhere,
therefore, are eager to welcome you into their ranks for they share these memories
and ideals with you. ,
The program of the Alumni Association includes "Alumni Day", held each
year on the Saturday preceding Commencementg the annual 'Fall Homecoming"
in connection with a major foothaii game: organized Area Ciuios distrihuted in
strategic centersg puhiication of "The Albright Aiumnusu, a quarterly magazineg
and special activities and events.
The Alumni Association is your organization making it possible for you to
leave the classroom and campus and, at the same time, keep alive memories, friend-
ships and interests in Alma Niater.
'THE EXECUTIVE COlVlMl'FTEE
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Vtig-3-iglrergiiictntg K. igrcsicigiiiilrlimuisgszifuchenhach, Secretary: Leonard M. Miller, Trustee
Charles S. Crumhling, Trustee.
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refienfing fAe CALM of 347:
We experience a cleep feeling of pride and unity as we page
slowly through this, OUR section of the Annual.
Now, the personal expressions of our cherished hopes and
dreams recorded, therein, and the faces of our classmates are still
vivid in our memories. But, as time, the eversailing vessel, takes
us down the river oi life, new experiences may shadow, to some
extent, the former viviclness of these days. However, as each. goes
his way, a part of us will always remain, as one, with Albright.
Memories have a way of wenciing their way against the How-
ing current, and in those quiet periods of reminiscing, we may
take this hook from the shelf and, once again, page slowly through
it, recalling fond rememhrances oi yesteryear, in all their glory.
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Preszclent GEORGE MORFOGEN
Vzce Preszclent HERBERT VOCT
Secretary ALICE ALBRIGHT
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ALICE JEAN ALBRIGHT '
507 N. WYOMISSING AVE., SHILUNGTON, PA.
. . . Freshman initiation. Tell us more,
Aiice, it wasn't that bad, was it?
. . . The girl with the natural charm-ti1at,s
Home Economics: Heo Club, Vice-President: Senior Class
SCCYHBFYG VVOmen's Dormitory Council: VVornen,s Sen-
ate: Phi Beta Mu Sorority: Pi Tau Alpha, Treasurer:
W.A.A.: Varsity Basketball Manager.
MILDRED EVELYN ABRAMS
115 CHERRY STREET HICKSVILLE, N. Y.
. . . Those happy hours in Sherman Cot-
tage, returning servicemen and the exciting
basketball games in my senior year.
. . . iVIicige's vivacity and contagious laugh-
ter will long resounct throughout the Dorm.
Home Economics: Heo Club: VVomen's Dormitory Coun-
cil: Vvomenys Senate: Phi Beta Mu Sorority: Varsity
Hockey: Varsity Basketball.
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FERNE ELAINE ALLEN
R. D. No. 5 CARLISLE, PA.
. . . Aliorigimtys friendly spirit, its Bible
class and vespers.
. . . Ferns Winning smite and congenial
manner has made her our choice for genu-
SOCIOLOGY: Y.VV.C.A. Cabinet, Treasurer: Junior Class
Secretary: VVomen's Glee Club: Band: Chapel Choir:
Orchestra: Basketball: Hockey: Softball: Cue, Sports
CLIFFORD E BALMER
1600 BERN STREET READING PA
Friendly reception received in my
Freshman year and those happy days spent
in the Zeta house
Clif s ability with the lnltlatlon paddle
a d his outstanding proficiency in the
INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY Alchemists Student Affiliate of
American Chemlcal Society Zeta Omega Epsilon Fra
termty Veterans Club
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R. D. No. 2 MT. PLEASANT, PA.
. . . Living in tIr1e Zeta Ilouse during sum-
mer SCI'100I wI1ere I was introduced to the
previousIy unknown HItaIian sanciwichn.
. . . BiII,s fine work as News Editor of time
AIiJrigI1tian and time-Iieeper at our IoasIcet-
Ministry: Auorigiitian, News Editor: Student Council:
Kappa Tau CI1ig IVIen's GIee CIuI9: IVIixed Chorus:
Zeta Omega EpsiIon Fraternity: Varsity BasIcetIoaII Man-
ager: College BiIJIe Class.
JANE M. BAUSHER
1510 DELAWARE AVE. WYOMISSING, PA.
. . . FriencIIy spirit prevaiIing among AI-
I3rigI'1tians ancI tI1e many friends I found on
. . . tIane's quiet, unassuming manner con-
ceaIs an efficiency, second to none. We ven-
ture to say, I1er husband wouId quite agree.
Home Economics: I'Ieo CIuI3: PI1i Beta Mu Sorority,
Treasurer: Daywomen's Organization: Phi Tau Alpha.
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DOROTHY NAN BENNETT
1405 N. TWELFTH STREET READING, PA,
. . . Those air caclets stationed on campus
cluring my freshman year. Eluciclate, Dotty,
. . . Adeptness in the cuisine stirrecl gently
with a good measure of lnuhlnling humor is
guaranteed to satisfy.
Home Economics: Heo Clulog Domino Club: Day-
612 PENN AVENUE WEST READING, PA.
. . . How can anyone ever forget Professor
Green and his enlightening lecturesl We
know what you mean, Diclc ll
. . . Diclcls eagerness to complete his col-
lege career after his uhitchn in the para-
Medicinez Skull and Bones Society: Fraternal Order of
silon Fraternity: German Cluhg Fraternal Order of
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EDWIN T. BIEHL
R. D. No. 2 ROBESONIA, PA.
. . . The fun I had traveling with time basket-
imaii team the year they Won nineteen out of
. . . Moosegs Willingness to voice his opin-
ions on practically any suiyject uncier ciis-
cussion anct emerge the Winner.
Medicine: Skull anct Bones Society: Fraternal Order of
Daymen: Student Council: Pi Tau Beta Fraternity.
EDWARD E. BIGLER
217 W. MAIN STREET RINGTOWN, PA.
. . . The night certain A.P.O. Hgenttemanu
toureci Berks County in tile back of VVerner's
. . . Ecfs carefree manner conceals a store
of fine icieas which he reaciiiy reveals at
the appropriate time.
Ministry: Kappa Tau Cimi: Aipira Pi Omega Fraternity:
Pi Gamma Mu: Veterans Ciuia.
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24 HAMILTON AVE. MOUNT XIERNON, N. Y.
. . . Pleasant sensation I receive looking
around time campus, whether it ioe during
the bustling school hours or in tile stillness
of the evening.
. . . Bobss proficiency in Experimental Psy-
chology, as Well as his ability in Business
Psychology: Le Cercle Francais: Varsity Basketball Man-
ager: Veterans Club.
WILLARD G BOLLINGER
My ambition s being realized after
nine long years You mean graduating don t
you VV H7
The clay We learned how the Major
skipped a couple grades in school
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847 FULTON ST. FARMINGDALE, L. I., N. Y.
. . . Those days spent in time dormitory with
friends who will remember with me the "gala
festsn, parties and humorous occurrences. A
. . . Betty's constant ctiatter does much to-
ward maintaining the morale of the Women's
sanctuary. A I
Laboratory Technician: Skull and Bones, Vice-President:
Alchemists: Student Council: VV.A.A., Vice-President:
Pi Alpha Tau Sorority, President: VVomen's Sports
LYNN H. BROWN, JR.
. . . Returning to Albright and seeing my
old friends again.
. . . Brownies sense of humor coming to
the foreground at time most opportune times.
Chemist: Alchemists Club, Zeta Omega Epsilon Fra-
ternity: Domino Club: Veterans Club.
' . ' The cont
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Ministry: Zeta O1
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RUBERT I. BUXTQN
lf, 1608 MARKET STREET HARRISBURG, PA.
lngllll'HliitlH2r'. . . . The congenial spirit prevailing among
tile stuclents and tile faculty.
olllmmltmggl . . . Buclcss lialnit of quoting tlie Bible flur-
lmoilttwttuetg ing our numerous "bull sessions".
Ministry: Zeta Omega Epsilon Fraternity: Kappa Tau
Clii, Treasurer: Junior Class Treasurer: Basketball: l. F.
FRANCES JOY CUTLER
511 UNION STREET HOLLIDAYSBURG, PA.
. . . Frienclliness among the students and
faculty ancl time sincerity witli Wliicii it is
extended to one and all.
. . . Joy's a natural for that success role ancl
We extend our best Wishes to one of Al-
lorigl'1t's favorite ciaugliters.
Home Economics: VVl1o's Vvlio among Students in
American Colleges and Universities: Heo Clulo, Pres-
iclentg VVomcn's Senate, President: YNV.C.A. Cabinet:
Pi Alpina Tau Sorority, Treasurer: Pi Tau Alpliag Cue
Staff, Feature Co-Eciitorg Plii Delta Sigma Honorary
Alumnae Sorority: Varsity Basketball.
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FORREST W. DUNKELBERGER
801 N. FIFTH STREET READING, PA.
. . . Enjoyalole evenings spent rehearsing
with the Domino Clulo for our production
of HDeatl1 Takes a Holiclayu.
. . . Dunlcls informal manner in the class-
room and luis constant deloates Witll the pro-
Law: Fraternal Crcler of Daymcn: Domino Clulog Le
Cercle Francais: Veterans Clulo.
A HERBERT KESSLER DERR .
4458 KUTZTOWN ROAD TEMPLE, PA.
. . . ln the years to come, graduation will
occupy the primary position in my memory.
. . . Herlzfs familiar gait ancl slow grin is
once again seen on campus after a Ul'litCI'l,,
with Uncle Sam.
Social Science: Fraternal Order of Daymen: Stuclent
Council: IF. Athletics: Football: Traclc. -
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C. WILLIAM EBBERT
20 TREBOR PLACE WYOMISSING, PA.
. . . The time we Iaeat IVIui1IenI9erg 45-40
in 1944 was reaIIy the game.
. . . BiII's atniiity to eat candy in cIass anct
stiII get time correct answers in examinations.
Ministry: Aiivrigiitian, Sports Editor: Fraternal Order of
Daymen: Pi Gamma Mu: Piuiiosopimy Ciuiz: Kappa Up-
siion Phi Fraternity: Cue. Sports Co-Editor: Der Deutsche
Verein: Internationai Relations CIuIJ: Kappa Tau Ciwi.
DENNIS I ERTEL
N9 IVIoss STREET READING PA
The fine people Ive met on campus
Inoi a primary position in my numerous
and varle memories
Dennys organizational aIo1I1ty which
was evicient in many functions on campus
Law Student Council Vice President Zeta Omeffa
Epsilon President International Relations Ciuim Vice
President Veterans Ciuio Der Deutsche Verem Iqra
ternai Order of Daymen Pr Gammw IVIu Fresimnn
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KENNETH WESLEY FAYLOR
GREEN LANE PA-
. . . The nigtlt we Won the basketball game
against Arkansas. A
. . . Ken,s friendly grin and leisurely gait
is known to everyone.
Chemist: Pi Tau Beta Fraternityg Alchemists Clulog
GERARD RUSSELL FELTER
99 HUDSON AVE. RIDGEFIELD PARK, N. J.
. . . The many friends live acquired white
. . . Gerryys snappy clothing and cordial
Htlc-:Hou are almost ia tradition on campus,
especially to the APG's. '
Business Administration: Alpha Pi Omega, Vice-Pres-
iclentg Veterans Club, Vice-President: Business Club:
1604 IVI1NERAL SPRING ROAD READING, PA.
. . . The poem I Wrote about Professor
Green. That's one we'II remember too,
. . . IVIarion,s wiilingness to cooperate in
any WorthWhiIe venture ancI her sincere
charm which is evident upon aII occasions.
Education: Pi Tau AIpha, Vice-President: Delta Phi
Aipha, President: Sigma Tau DeIta, President: Student
Council. Daywomen's Organizationg Philosophy Club,
Sophomore Class Secretary: Der Deutsche Vereing In-
ternationaI Relations CIuI9.
FRANKLIN E GABLE
101 N IVIILLER STREET SH1LL1NG'roN PA
Returning to AIIor1ght after two years
rn t e service and seeing many of my oI
Red s constant Iuhernatron t e
science I:murIcI1ng Wonder If Professor Green
has anything to cIo with thatI
Biology Alpha Pr Omc a Fraternity SIcuII and Bones
Society Veterans Ciuh IF Athielics FraternaI Order
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VICTOR J. GIGLI
STONY CREEK MILLS, PA.
. . . Renewal of old acquaintances and list-
ening to the thrilling war stories, especially
those toici hy Denny Ertel.
. . . Vic's outstanding athletic ability and
his amioition to enter the teaching profession.
Education: Kappa Upsilon Phi Fraternity, Treasurer:
Varsity Football: Veterans Club: Pi Tau Alpha: Track:
Varsity HA" Club, Vice-President.
RICHARD E. GABLE
101 N. MILLER STREET SHILLINGTON, PA.
. . . The uhanquetn in Steve Piaskonos'
room after Heli Week.
. . . Dicks prowess as a hunter when he
isn,t working under the watchful eyes of
Biology: Skull and Bones Society: Alchemists: Alpha
Pi Omega Fraternity: Fraternal Order of Daymen.
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KENNETH R. GOOD
315 SPRUCE STREET WEST READING, PA.
. . . Meeting AI Capp on Saclie Hawkins
Day and helping to plan the event.
. . . Kenny's versatility and outstanding
contributions to Albright throughout his four
years with us.
Education: VVho's Who among Students in American
Colleges ancl Universities: Stuclent Council, Presiclent:
Alpha Pi Omega Fraternity: Albrightian Staff, Associ-
ate Editor: Cue Stall, Sports Co-editor: international
Relations Club, Treasurer: Alchemists Club: Pi Tau
Alpha: Senior Manager of Football Team: Track Team:
Varsity HA" Club: Fraternal Order of Daymen: De-
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WILLIAIVI PINCHOT GRAY
120 ST PETER ST SCHUYLKH L HAVEN
The many happy hours I spent under
the watchful eyes of Professor Green
Bills Intense preoccupation with ac
trvlties in the biology and chemistry labora
Biologv Skull and Bones Society Alchemists Club
Veterans Club Fraternal Order ol: Daymen
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RUSSEL STANLEY GUENSCH
554 OLEY STREET READING, PA.
. . . Tile time 1 got my unknown in ctlem-
istry rigilt, the first time.
. . . Russ,s timriiiing performance on the 1947
ioasicetioaii team which ileipeci the team to
many a Victory.
industrial Chemistry: Kappa Upsiion Phi Fraternity,
Arciiong Varsity Basketball Team, President: Alchemists
Club: Veterans Ciuio.
DONALD G. GRIM
1222 GREEN STREET READING, PA.
. . . Time ttlriiiing performance given by time
basketball team of 1941.
. . . Donis beaming gooct humor and his
Willingness to talk about his son at time
Industrial Chemistry: Alchemists Club: Pi Tau Beta
Fraternity: Fraternal Orcier of Daymen.
LAURENCE HUBERT HAAG
155 S. EIGHTH STREET READING, PA.
. . . Those pleasant days spent in the
chemistry laboratory searching for my un-
. . . Larry's frank sincerity and understand-
ing makes him, a friend, indeed.
Medicine: Skull and Bones Society: Alchemists Club:
Pi Tau Beta Fraternity: Fraternal Order of Daymen.
MARGIE C HANDY
1117 AMITY STREET READING PA
The manv krndnesses and consrdera
tions shown to me by students and faculty
Margie s conscientious efforts In behalf
of any constructive project on campus
Education Philosophy Club Treasurer P Gamma u
P1 Tau Alpina Daywomen s Organization
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IVIERVIN CLIFFORD HELFRICH
152 S. FOURTH STREET READING, PA.
. . . The first time I attencIecI Bioiogy ciass
and was exposeci to Professor Green's man-
. . . IVIerv's intense interest in phiiosophy
and his fine presentation of speeches in cIass.
Ministry: Philosophy CIuIa, President: Kappa Tau Chi:
Der Deutsche Vetein: Delta Phi Alpha: Fraternai Order
ROLFE T. HASTINGS, JR.
119-05 236 STREET ST. ALBANS, N. Y.
. . . Our numerous "bull sessions" in the
sociaI room of the Kappa house.
. . . RoIfe's crew-cut and friendiy grin are
Icnown to aII, from freshman to senior.
Business Administration: Kappa Upsiion Phi Fraternity:
Sophomore Ciass Treasurer: Business Ciuing Domino
MARTHA COLBURN HERRICK
1427 CLEVELAND AVE. WYOMISSING, PA.
. . . Tile clay Heriny ilinaiiy sauntered iiome
. . . Pat's keen interest in journalism anci
her favorite sport, iiocicey.
Iournulism: Sigma Tau Delta, Vice-President: Pi Gamma
Mug Aibrigimtian Staff: Le Cerie Francais: Cue Staff,
Co-Feature Eciitor: Varsity Hockey, Captain: Day-
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MARY ELLEN HILL
157 E PENN AVE ROBESONIA PA
e friendliness prevailing on campus
between stucients anci professors
HIHYS hasty arrivals and departures
each ciay accompanied by irer favorite escort
Home Economics Heo Club Pr Tau Aipiia Day
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1056 59TH STREET BROOKLYN, N. Y.
. . . Midnight supper parties in the Chapel
Dormitory in my Freshman year.
. . . Our favorite blond who takes a great
deal of Hlcidciingn about Brooklyn and likes
Laboratory' Technician: VVomen's Dormitory Council,
President: VVomen's Senate: Pi Alpha Tau Sorority,
Recording Secretary: Skull and Bones Society, Secretary-
ROBERT C. HOLTZAPPLE, JR.
2552 FAIRVIEW TERRACE, WILLIAMSPORT, PA.
. . . My experience as a Waiter in time dining-
tlail and "YU retreats.
. . . Boiffs fine organ melodies in chapel
will long remain in our memories.
Ministry: Zeta Omega Epsilon Fraternity: Men's Glee
Club: Nlixecl Chorus: Chapel Choir: Kappa Tau Chi:
Tau Kappa Alpha, President: Pi Gamma Mu, Philoso-
phy Club, Der Deutsche Verein: Y.M.C.A. Cabinet:
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ERNEST S. KACHLINE
334 JUNIPER STREET QUAKERTOWN, PA.
. . . Climbing Mount Penn at 5 A. M. to
search for a note-they said.
. . . Ernie's mischievous grin and the con-
stant ntleclclingn between he and Ken.
Mathernatics: Pi Tau Beta Fraternityg Varsity Basketball.
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RAYMER WATTS KENT
520 E SECOND STREET BIRDSBORO PA
How could I ever forget Hell Weeki
Raymers proficiency in the chemistry
laboratory and tus ambitious pursuit of that
Chemist Kappa UpSIIOn Phi Fraternity Alchemists
Club Basketball Track Fraternal Order of Daymen
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VLADIMIR J . KOLTON
115 S. EIGHTH STREET READING, PA.
. . . Pleasant- experiences as a member of
the Pi Taus.
. . . Vai,s amioitions in the medical field
will certainty be realized, of that We have
Medicine: Skull and Bones Society, President: Alchem-
ists, Secretary-Treasurer: Pi Tau Beta Fraternity: Fra-
ternal Orcier of Daymen.
PAUL A. KHVHVIEL
545 BOSLER AVENUE LEMOYNE, PA.
. . . APO piecigesiuip and time numerous
friends I've acquired at Albright.
. . . Paui's quick trips to Lemoyne to see
the alittle womann.
Business Administration: Alpha Pi Omega Fraternity:
Mens Giee Club: Grciiestrag Cue Staff: Sophomore
Class Treasurer: Y.M.C.A. Cabinet: Aibrigirtian Staff,
Business Manager: Domino Club: Veterans Club.
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GEORGE S. KUTSHER
1231 N. TENTH STREET READING, PA.
. . . The day We receivect the Tuberculosis
Test in Chapel.
. . . Georges pleasant Hheiion and his
sound judgment on iife's daily trials and
Chemist: Fraternal Orcier of Daymen: Veterans Club.
ELAINE SEVIS KYLE
3409 GOUGH STREET BALTIMORE D
Sherman Cottage dorm life and those
tame s constant iaughtel and her im
mediate response to a umorous situation
even if she has to create It herself
Home Economic Hoo Cluh P1 Tau Alpha Ph Alpha
Tau Sorority Corresponding Secretary Internat onai Re
lat ons Ciuh Xvomens Gice Club
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407 W2 NEW YORK ST. SHENANDOAH, PA.
. . . First impression ofAHJrigl1t was one of
friendliness on time part of students and
faculty and that impression has lasted
throughout myrcoiiege career.
. . . Ecrs blond, curly hair and time good-
natured manner in which tie takes the "Icicl-
dingn about his home town.
Chemist: Alchemists Club: Der Deutsche Verein: Vete-
RUSSELL MELVIN LUCK
69 W. 55RD STREET REIFFTON, PA.
. . . Frosh customs and time grand times
Lve always had at Pi Tau affairs.
. . . Russ,s ability in the field of chemistry
and an excellent pair of vocal corcis for gooci
Chemist: Alchemists, President: Pi Tau Beta Fraternity,
Treasurer: Chapel Choir: Der Deutsche Verein: Fra-
ternal Order of Daymen.
D. STEWART MCCLEARY
455 CRESCENT STREET HARRISBURG, PA.
. . . Living in the Zeta house during sum-
mer school and studying until the wee hours
of the morning.
. . . Stewss consistent poiicy of giving every-
one a hig smile at the breakfast tahle.
Ministry: Kappa Tau Chi, Vice-President: Zeta Omega
Epsilon: Alhrightian Staff: Philosophy Club: Y.M.C.A.
RALPH O. MILLER .
WYoM1ss1No HILLS, WEST LAWN, PA.
. . . The grand feeling I had upon my re-
turn to Albright and the reunion with my
. . . Raiph's keen sense of humor and his
deep chuckle which makes him a Hmustu at
any social event.
Business Administration: Zeta Qmega Epsilon, Vice-
Presiclentg Treasurer of Senior Class: Student Council:
Veterans Club, President. ,
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HARRY E. MITCHELL, JR.
812 N. THIRD STREET READING, PA.
. . . Frienctiiness and congeniaiity of all
stucients with a complete ahsence of snoh-
hish ciiques and racial discriminations.
. . . Harry,s heated discussions on the proh-
lems of the world, especially, the Iahor proh-
GEORGE PAUL MORFOGEN
ROCKAWAY VALLEY ROAD BooNToN, N. J.
. . . Heli Vveeic in the spring of 1941 Was
my most unforgettable memory.
. . . Georges versatility, suhtie humor ancl
fine personality has macle him one of our
favorite sons of Albright.
Law: VVho's Who among Stucients in American Colleges
and Universities: Pi Gamma Nlu, President: Alpha Pi
Omega, President: Senior Class President: Student
Council: Sigma Tau Delta: Philosophy Ciuh: Veterans
Club: Varsity Football.
Liberal Arts: Fraternal Order of Daymeng Veterans
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EILEEN SARA O'NElL
217 JEFFERSON STREET READING, PA.
. . . All those crazy Thursday nights spent
in the "AIhrightian" office editing the paper.
. . . Eileen's numerous activities and her
ceaseiess efforts, as Editor-in-Chief of the
"Alhrightian" to present the hest newspaper
in Albright history.
Sociology: VVho's Who among Students in American
Colleges and Universities: The Alhrightian, Editor-im
Chief: Cue Staff: Women Student Senate, Vice-Pres-
icient: Daywomen's Organization, Vice-Presicientg Pi
Alpha Tau Sorority: Philosophy Club: Pi Gamma Mu:
Phi Delta Sigma Honorary Alumnae Sorority.
16 CRESCENT AVENUE NEWARK, N. J.
. . . Serenacies underneath my window at
three A. M. and the fine personality of Dr.
. . . Lynne feverishly underlining her text-
hook in class and her constant escort, Gene.
Psychology: Pi Alpha Tau Sororityg Pi Gamma Mu:
Philosophy Club: Domino Club: Band Majorette.
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ROUTE No. 3 WARREN, OHIO
. . . When the E. R. C. departed in Feb-
ruary of 1943. '
. . . Gene,s efficiency in the coIIege IJooIc-
store ancI Iris constant efforts to Iceep it WeII
suppIiecI with cancIy for Ilungry AIIJrigI1tians.
pass, Business Manager: Manager of College Bookstore.
CAROLYN K. POWERS
429 N. TWELFTH STREET READING, PA.
. . . The first soIo I sang on campus ancI
the pIeasure I,ve gotten from participating
in the musical programs.
. . . CaroIyn,s effective rencIition of HTI1e
Man I Loveu.
Education: Pi Tau AIpI1a: Sigma Tau Delta: Vvomenys
Glee CIUIJ: Domino CIuI3: Der Deutsche Verein.
Social Science: Cue Staff, Advertising Manager: Com-
THOMAS REYNOLDS PRICE
503 W. THIRD STREET MT. CARMEL, PA.
. . . Those ttnrilling nights keeping score for
the basketball team of 1947.
. . . Tom's intense interest in chemistry and
his appropriate comments in the class-
Chemist: Alchemists Club: Zeta Omega Epsilon Fra-
ternity: Varsity Basketball Manager.
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521 NORTH AVENUE GARWOOD
My Business law course on contracts
which didnt seem to hold true during my
Les s easygorng manner an tus unique
way of sa51ng hello
Business Administration Zetw Omegw Epsilon ra
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1504 GARDEN LANE READING, PA.
. . . Upsetting a stool in the tomb-like quiet-
ness of time liiorary.
. . . Butcifs ability in the field of psychology
and her constant chatter with Pat and Anne.
Psychology: Allznrightian, Business Manager: Phi Beta
Mu Sorority. Vice-President: Pi Gamma Mu: Day-
BEATRICE MAY RIBNER
5159 GODWIN TERRACE NEW YORK, N. Y.
. . . Those heart-to-heart talks in the Dorm
and the many friends Isve made on campus.
. . . Bea,s keen sense of humor and her
haioit of smiling, just because!
Psychology: Student Council: Skull and Bones Society:
International Relations Club: Pi Gamma Mu.
JCI-IN F. RUDZINSKI
215 LIVINGSTON STREET ELIZABETH, N. J.
. . . My life in the Kappa house and the
many friends fve acquired in the Fraternity.
. . . John's active participation in the fre-
quent chemistry "sessions" with Guensch
Industrial Chemistry: Alchemists: Kappa Upsilon Phi:
Domino Club: Basketball: Veterans Club.
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MARY LOUISE 'SCHAPPELL
1640 MINERAL SPRING ROAD READNIG, PA.
. . . Those five-thirty hirci hikes with Pro-
. . . Squealcys interest in science is only
excelled hy her admiration of Professor
Laboratory Technician: Skull and Bones Society: AI-
chemists: Phi Beta Mu Sorority.
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ELAINE ESTHER SCHWARTZ
540 FRANKLIN STREET W. READING, PA.
. . . Revival of football in 1946. would
you care to make a further statement, Elaine!
. . . Eiainffs keen interest in sports to which
siie devotes a great deai of tier time and
Chemist: Phi Beta Mu Sorority: Varsity Basketball Team,
Co-Captain: Varsity Tennis: Cheerleader, Captain: Day-
womenys Organization: Cue Staff, Sports C0-Editor.
JEANNE E. SCHLEGEL
1512 LINDEN STREET READING, PA.
. . . The night I camped in tire APG dorm
during a blackout, in my freshman year.
. . . Jeanne's participation in many varied
activities on campus, especially musical and
Psychology: Pi Alpina Tau Sorority, President: Domino
Club, President: Pi Gamma Mu: Sigma Tau Delta:
VVomen's Giee Club: Le Cercie Francais: Aliorigimtian,
Feature Editor: Cue Staff: Niixed Chorus: Daywomen,s
Organization: Phi Delta Sigma Honorary Alumnae
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JOHN RICHARD SHAFER
1518 BALDWIN STREET VVILEIAMSPORT, PA.
. . . Syivan Chapei and the numerous re-
iigious services from which 1 derived much
. . . Jactcis cheery Hgood morningn as we
enter the dining-hail and his ceaseiess cam-
paigning in ioehaif of the VVSSF drive.
Ministry: Y.M.C.A. Cahinet, Vice-President: Kappa Tau
Chi, Secretary: Alpha Pi Omega Fraternity: Basketball:
691 GERARD AVENUE BRONX, N. Y.
. . . HGne Actorsn of 1946 when the iights
Were supposed to go out, at a strategic mo-
ment, and didnyti
. . . 1V1innie's willingness to iisten to every-
one,s trouhies with a sympathetic heart and
a sincere desire to help.
Psychology: Domino Ciuh, Vice-President: Aihrightian
Staff: Student Counciig Pi Gamma Mu.
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402 MAIN STREET PECKVILLE, PA.
. . . Kappa initiations and the loanquet
held by the fraternity.
. . . Herhys Vivict tales of happenings White
a memher of Uncle Samys navy.
Chemist: Kappa Upsilon Phi: Alchemists: Veterans Club.
. JACOB SKLOVER
525 THRooP AVENUE BROOKLYN, N. Y.
. . . Voices in the dark calling nAre you
. . . Jat4e's firm belief in the power of tot- I
erance and truth makes him a natural leader
in any group discussion.
Social Science: Alpha Pi Omega Fraternity, Correspond-
ing Secretary: International Relations Club: Domino
Club: Men's Glee Club, Business Manager: Band: Or-
chestra: Veterans Club.
AGNES LOUISE SNYDER
852 MCKNIGHT STREET READING, PA.
. . . Meaningful experience of Worlcing with
the NYM and attending the inspirational NY"
Retreats at Blue Mt.
. . . Aggie's numerous contributions to re-
ligious activities and the sincerity with
which she assumes responsibilities.
Sociology: VVho's Who among Stuclents in American
Colleges and Universities: Y.VV.C.A. Cahinet, Presiclent:
Daywomen's Organization, President: Pi Gamma Mu,
Vice-President: Philosophy Club, Secretary: VVomen's
Senate: Student Council: Alhrightian Staff: lntema-
tional Relations Club: Compass, Business Manager:
VV.S.S.F., Chairman: HY" Retreat, Chairman: Phi Delta
Sigma Honorary Alumnae Sorority.
JOHN THEODORE SOJA
291 L1v1NosToN STREET ELIZABETH
Friendships Ive acquired while living
in the Kappa House
John s fraternity lorothers call m
Dreamhoat We Woulcl like to know the
origin of that name tool
Chemist Alchemists Kappa UPSIIOD Phi Secretary
Veterans Club Football
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JOHN A. SPINDLER, JR.
207 ARMSTRONG AVE. JERSEY CITY, N. J.
. . . "YH Retreats, Sylvan Chapel and Sel-
wyn Hall parlor!
. . . Joi1n,s inspiration at breakfast which
made him happy time remainder of time day.
Ministry: Kappa Tau Chi: Zeta Omega Epsilon Fra-
ternity: Bible Class, Co-chairman.
1614 N. FIFTEENTH STREET READING, PA.
. . . Inspirational persecutions under Dr.
Horn and the Hsoothingu voice of Professor
. . . Aarongs ability to balance the Jouciget
is only exceeded by iris inability to decrease
Medicine: Cue, Business Manager: Skull and Bones
Society: Philosophy Club: Alchemists Club: Veterans
Club: Fraternal Order of Dayrnen.
MARY JANE THOMPSGN
1850 PERKIOMEN AVENUE READING, PA.
. . . The thrill I had Walking around Ai-
hright campus after dreaming about it for
. . . M. Jfs executive ahiiity and her con-
stant rushing around with a hrief-case full
of "Cue, material.
Psychology: Cue Staff, Editor-in-Chief: Pi Gamma Mu:
Philosophy Club: Le Cercie Francais: International Re-
lations Club: Daywomenls Organization: Veterans Club,
Secretaryg Aihrightian Staff.
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WILLIAM H. TRAGLE
905 N. NINTH STREET READING, PA.
. . . The interesting people I've met on
campus and some of those appropriate
comments heard in the classroom.
. . . Biirs quiet manner is deceiving until
you iooic at his expressive eyes.
Medicine: Skull and Bones Society: Fraternal Grder of
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675 ALTER STREET HAZLETON, PA.
. . . Stimulating experience of walking into
the dining-trail after an absence of tilree
. . . Herifs fine personality anci his spirit
of fellowship will long remain in our memoryi
Industrial Psychology: Zeta Omega Epsilon Fraternity,
Vice-President: Student Council: Senior Class Vice-
Presicientg Varsity Footinaiig Der Deutscime Verein: Vete-
LOUISE A. TROSTLE
1302 DELAWARE AVE. WYOMISSING, PA.
. . . My "preying-mantis actn in tile middle
of Thirteenth and Union.
. . . Louiseis slow, amioiing' gait on campus
is quite deceiving once you'Ve witnessed her
rapid, determined steps in the cuisine.
Home Economics: Pi Tau Alpha Secretary: Piii Beta Mu
Sorority: VVomen's Senateg Heo Club: Daywomen's
Organization, Senior Representative.
SARA A. WALB
419 FERN AVENUE READING, PA.
. . . Countless stimulating experiences with
students and faculty and a dream come true.
. . . 'SaHy,s love of chemistry and her keen
sense of humor which expresses itself in a
frequent deep chuckle.
Science: Veterans Club: Daywomen's Organization: Pi
Gamma Mu: Phi Beta Mu Sorority.
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MARGARET JANE WALTON
1518 HAMPDEN BOULEVARD READING PA
Acquiring my BS degree in Home
Economics and looking' fowvard to putting
It to practical use
Peggys adeptness in the cuisine will
certainly be appreciated from Arts point
Home FCOHOTHICS PI Tau SOI'Ol'lfy CIIBPIBIII
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MARVIN P. WEAVER
5426 GRAY STREET LAURELDALE, PA.
. . . My initiation into the APO fraternity
was, to say the ieast, impressionable!
. . . Marvinys one of the hoys who live in
the chemistry laboratory, emerging occasion-
aHy to join a frat uiouli-sessionn.
Chemist: Alpha Pi Omega Fraternity: Fraternal Order
NEWELL J. WERT
429 N. EIGHTH STREET LEBANON, PA.,
. . . Tray Htotingn and its associated art of
houncing them off the heads of unsuspect-
. . . Nup,s sincerity and dependability in
everything he does marks him as one of Ai-
ioright's favorite sons.
Wlinistry: VVh0's Who among Students in American
Colleges and Universities: Freshmen, Sophomore, and
Junior Class President: Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, President:
Kappa Tau Chi: Pi Gamma Nlu: Philosophy Club,
Vice-President: Zeta Gmega Epsilon: Student Council:
Chapel Choir: Men's Glee Club: Aihrightian Staff: "YU
800 CLD WYOMISSING ROAD READING, PA.
. . . How could I ever forget the "Blue
Roomu and all its various activities!
. . . Anne's sincere friendliness and wilt-
ingness to voice her opinions has made tler
an asset in our many brilliant conversa-
Psychology: Daywomcn's Organization.
lV1ARY JANE VVITMAN
191 VV. MAIN STREET ADAMSTOWN, PA.
. . . Renewal of an olcl high school ac-
quaintance Wtiicti developed into quite a
. . . Mary Jane,s quiet friendliness and the
Way her eyes sparlcted after her marriage to
Home Economics: Pi Tau Alpha: Hoo Club: Day-
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VIRGINIA ELSBETH WOERLE
229 N. TWENTY-FIFTH STREET
MT. PENN, READING, PA.
. . . The fine people fve met on campus
and time icy Water of Selwyn Lake.
. . . Jinny,s sincere hospitality, artistic tai-
ent and prowess in most any sport gives her
a special place in our memory.
Home Economics: Phi Beta Mu Sorority, President: Cue
Staff, Art Editor: Heo Club: Student Council: VV.A.A.,
President: Varsity Basketball, Captain: Varsity Hockey:
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We are proud to number among our graduatmg class srx students whose
names Wrll appear m Who s Who Among Students In Amerrcan UD1VCFSItICS
and Colleges The publication wtnclw rs released annually contains the Iarograplnes
of prominent Amerrcan college students chosen for thls honor on the IDHSIS of servlce
to the college
These persons justly deserve this high honor bestowed upon them and with
each of them go our best Wishes for the future
INEVVELL J WERT EILEEN S O NEIL
KENNETH R GOOD FRANCES J CUTLER
GEORGE P MORFOGEN AGNES L SNYDER
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M of 1948
Prepared to assume the iong anticipated rote
of seniors in the not-to-distant future, the
junior ciass functioned admirahty this year
under the capahie direction of James Brusch,
a war veteran with a fine personality and a
great deal of executive ahiiity, Marjorie Christ,
Vice-President, Miriam Kramer and Heher
Yeagiey, Secretary and Treasurer, respectively
were elected at the annual voting period and
activities throughout the year have proved the
wise choice of officers.
Marjorie Christ, chairman of the social com-
mittee, Was assisted hy Jean Borgstrom, John
Patrician, and Gerald Laucics. The Utiunior
Juice-Box Jamhoreen held in the fait of the year
was a great success, entertainment heing pro-
vided hy the faculty in the form of "Class-
room Anticsn. HJur1ior Class Nite" was an
evening of enjoyment for everyone, featuring
ice skating, sledding, pingpong and numerous
other indoor sports.
Plans for the spring include a swimming
party, hike and doggie roast, and the event of
the year, the Junior-Senior Prom. The puh-
licity director for these various social functions
were capahiy handled hy Margery Hagmayer.
Giancing over the activities of the past year,
the junior class with its large memhership com-
posed of veterans and others who Worked with
tireless effort to make the year a success, those
on the outside are convinced your efforts were
not in vain.
As the seniors of next year, the class of '48
Witt endeavor to maintain the highschoiastic
and cultural standards typicai of Aihright.
President JAMES BRUSCH
Vice-President MARJORIE CHRIST
Secretary MIRIAM KRAMER
Treasurer HEBER YEAGLEY
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The sophomore class chose as the recrprent
of the r hrghest honor thrs year Perry Matz
that versatlte man about campus who has
guided the ctass ln a most eftrcrent and prarse
worthy manner Howard Gutdrn ot basketball
tame frtted the charr of Vice President with
Helen Ross and Richard Cattermote assum
ng the othces of Secretary and Treasurer
respectrvety The socrat commrttee under the
direction ot Jean Long and the pubhcrty com
mittee under Dorothy Hott cooperated su
per ty to present the various socrat functrons
throughout the year
Among the actrvrtres of the past year were
the Beat Muhlenberg Dance held early rn
Chrrstmas vacation a hockey trrp to Hershex
and last ut not least an Interest rn the verv
successful Frosh Soph Balt held at the Read
Ing Country Ctu The class owes much to
the persons responsible for ptannlng these
varrous socrat events throughout the year
It has been the arm of the class of 49 to
mold rts members 1nto a srngte unrt and to
carry out its functions to the best of Its a rlrty
The class has given rts members an oppor
tunrty to join IH makrng Its socrat events an
outstandlng collection of memories and has
sought to foster Interest rn the college an
school actrvrtles by helping the members know
each other and cooperate wrth one another
In the next two years rt rs the desire of the
ctass of 110 to continue along these hnes matt
ing for themselves a welt deserxed place In
Atbrrghts hrstorrcat annals
Presrclent PERRY NIATZ
Vice Presrclent HOWARD GULDIN
Secretary HELEN Ross
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gfaaa of 1950
The freshman class holds the honor of he-
ing the largest in Albright history. President,
Frank Bird, deserves a great deal of credit for
the efficient manner in which he organized this
huge group. Vice-President, John Snook, along
with Larry Deiewsici and George Baumgaertei
who held the positions of Secretary and Treas-
urer, respectiveiy, got the neophytes at Alhright
off to a fine start. These three men, in addition
to their executive duties, were also memhers of
the foothali team'this past season and showed
The frosh sponsored a dance in the autumn
appropriately titled Hlroothaliu in honor of the
football game hetween Albright and Scranton
which took place the following day. In Feth-
ruary, the puhiicity committee composed of
Lillian Boyer, Fred Neuroth, Co-chairmen,
aided hy Samuel Santaspirt, Jeanne Stainecicer
and Winifred Johnson received a vote of thanks
for the fine joh they did toward making the
Frosh-Soph Bali a complete success.
Plans are now heing laid for a skating party
and other social events, in the very near fu-
ture. The social committee under the capahle
direction of Stanley Tauh and Beverly Reim-
snider with Joyce Thompson, Doris Chanin,
Patricia Stricider, Jeanne Stainecicer, George
Hummer and Dick Landis assisting has heen
active, throughout the year. Despite the size of
the '50 class, the officers and memhers of the
various committees are to he congratulated for
organizing its memhers into a unit which func-
tioned admirahly from frosh orientation week
until they hecame memhers of the sophomore
Having created a new record in enrollment
at Alhright, the class of 1950 has as one of its
main goals, to gain recognition on the hasis of
individual and group achievement.
President FRANK BIRD
Vice-President JOHN SNOOK
Secretary LARRY DELEWSKI
Treasurer GEORGE BAUMGAERTEL
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this year to those persons who were unahle to
enroll in the regular ai y sessions An after
noon class was organized beginning at three
thirty and continuing untr nine thirty In the
evening The class was composed of forty men
thirty six of Whom are veterans and five Women
The Business Administration course seemed to
he the most favored held with the Science
course a close second
Most of these students expect to continue at
Albright even though many of them are Work
Ing part time or full time during the day One
cannot help hut admire those persons who are
hours to ohtam the desired education Regard
less of obstacles this class has marntaine a
positron of scholarship throughout the year
The Biology Department in particular has
noted the hne work of Richard Schell John
Kearney and William Karpen
Albright College is to he heartily congratu
late for opening its doors to those Worthy
persons who desire to enter the higher lnstrtu
tions of learning Due to the postwar iniiuv
of college students many have been denied
the privilege of continuing their education
hut Aliorrght attempted to accommodate those
Worthy of entrance The inauguration of this
special session was a most prarseworthy step
to remedy the existing emergency and the mem
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United Women for the good of Albright.
This is one of the goals of the VVornen,s Stu-
dent Senate. This legislative body is celebrat-
ing its second anniversary as the guide and
controller of activities, of Women students at
Albright. Meeting monthly, the Senate plans
conferences and forums which will aid that
group in serving Albright Women more effec-
tively, and will contribute to better student liv-
ing. The representatives from the dorm and day-
women,s councils also thrash out student prob-
Iems common to both groups, and thoughtfully
try to reach decisions which are fair to all con-
The hilarious fun that everyone had at the
Mardi Gras was not in vain, for the Senate
reached its goal in aiding in the redecoration
of the lower social room. This year, the Senate
had a Christmas Party for the veterans, Wives
and initiated the organization with a club of
their own. VX7ith spring came a Student Gov-
ernment Conference With representatives pres-
ent from the leading colleges and universities
throughout Pennsylvania at which Judge Fay
Bently of the Juvenile Delinquency Court of
Vvashington, D. C., was the main speaker.
More fun was had at the Mardi Gras under the
capable direction of Lynne Parr, dorm student.
Womens Student Senate is rapidly becom-
ing one of the most constructive organizations
on campus and, from indication, will continue
its fine worlc.
President JOY CUTLER
Vice-President EILEEN O,NEl.L
Secretary-Treasurer GERALDINE VVENTZEI.
Faculty Adviser DEAN HELEN L. CUNLIFFE
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Helen L. Cunliffe, Joy Cutler, Geraldine VVentzei, Helen Beverly Morgan, Alice Albright, Mildred Abrams, Joan
Sieber. Standing flefl to righti--Agnes Snyder, Betty Berger, House, Louise Trosiie, Lois Lackey.
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The Womens Dormrtory Councrl plays a
most Important part In the IIVCS of Alhrrght
Women throughout therr four years on campus
The organrzatlon was founded to mamtarn the
stan ards of scholarshrp communrty coopera
tIon an social hte among ItS resldent Women
In accord Wlth the high deals of the school
The Councd IS responsrlole for carryrng out
the regulatrons and POIILICS of the dormltory
It prescuhes a pattern of Ilvlng and makes Im
portant decrslons concernlng social standards
The group meets each Week to crscuss an
solve the many problems pertalnmg to resI ent
vsomen Each class elects tyvo people to rep
resent ItS group when they meet to admrnrster
the wrrtten const1tutIon
The Dormrtory COUHCII does not conhne
Itself to yudlcral duties hy any means In con
Rem Marjorie Christ Alice Alhrl hr Mildred Abrams tors
Lackey Missing from picture Beverly Nlorgan
junction With Stu ent Council It stage t e
Annual Sadle Hawluns Dance one of the most
successful events on campus The tradltlonal
ormrtory Chrlstmas palty IS also a COUHCII
activity At the party grfts are exchanged arnrd
real yuletlde spIr1t The Frrday afternoon In
formal teas are a recent InnovatIon and have
proved most successful as may well he ex
The Women s Dormrtory Councrl IS an en
ergetrc group Wlth a great deal of responsr
Illfy and they have assumed thelr dutres Wrth
a spIrIt of understandmg that has heen appre
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Presrclent JOAN HOUSE
Secretary GRACE MILLER
Treasurer Lois LACKEY
Faculty Admser DEAN I'1ELEN L CUNLIFFE
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An air of anticipation hovers over the A
mlnistratron urldlng every Tuesday aroun
the noon hour an a continuous repetition of
voices can be heard inquiring is the paper
there yet? The Albrrqhtran IS the official stu
dent weekly newspaper and represents the com
med energies of a large staff of reporters edr
tors, exchange wor ers and a usiness man-
ager. It records wee ly the activities, events,
customs ideas and sundry notes of interest to
students and faculty members.
Students who become members of The
Alhrightian learn ow to interview news
sources, how to write up the current news, how
to gather and write timely and interesting fea-
tures of campus life how to watch record and
write the sports events of Albright and how
to handle the numerous details of business in
voived in publishing a news sheet
The editor of Aibrlghts student wee ly IS
appointed by the retiring editor approved by
the faculty committee on student publications
a d finally approved by Student Council.
This year The Alhrightian introduced the
social angle into the life of its staff. With a
huge staff of able workers, Miss ONeiI, our
very capable editor led the newspaper through
a very successful year. We were proud of our
newspaper this year,-'take a bow, Aibrightian
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ixiemhers oi the Y.VV.C.A. seeic to foster
Christian principles in their ciaiiy iives and in
the iiie oi the campus. A memiaer of the worici
Student Christian Fecieration, Aiioright has
joineci forces with other coiieges and univer-
sity groups in furthering the aims and
policies of the Student Christian Association
The ieaciers anct memhers of the organiza-
tion are icept husy planning the weeiciy meet-
ings heici in conjunction with the Y.iVi.C.A.
They also aici in the hiueprint woric of the
Bihie Ciass and Vesper Services, Dawn Com-
munion Services, Religious Emphasis Vxfeeic,
anct the annuai Fail anci Spring NYU Retreats.
Christmas iViatin Services which are ioroacicast
each year have ioecome a traciitionai function
of the Y.VV.C.A.
Qne oi their hig ciuties is to heip Freshmen
women ieei at home hy giving them a uhig
sister", with whom they may ciiscuss their
many questions, prohiems anci experiences.
Niemhers of the Y.VX7. heip pian the Vvorici
Student Service Fund Drive anoi share in the
support of the traditional uAiiJright Fam-
ily". Underpriviiegeci children and the un-
iortunatepin neighhoring institutions often en-
joy parties and programs given hy this group.
Through the eiiiorts oi the Y.VV. memhers,
reiigious ieeiing has heen emphasized at Ai-
ioright and wiii remain an integrai part oi the
First row fieft to right,--.icy Cutter, Lucy Smith, Agnes
Snyder, Marjorie Christ, Fcrnc Aiicn. Second row fieft to
President AGNES SNYDER
Vice-President NIARJORIE CHRIST
Secretary LUEY SMITH
Treasurer FERNE ALLEN
Faculty Adviser REV. EUGENE H. BARTH
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right,-Doris Hicics,iEiizai:meth Silroyer, Doris Downes, Shir-
iey ixiiiier. ixiissing irom picture-Reverend Eugene H. Barth.
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Ftrs! row let to rzght John Shafer Stewart Mccleary
Newell Vvert Reverend Eugene H Barth Second row le t
The YMCA Includes all men reglstered
as students at Alhrrght Worklng In close co
operatIon wrth the YW weekly TCIIQIOUS
actIv1tIes are carrIed on throughout the year
The Y program IS so ultt that one IS QIVCH
the opportunIty to thmlc serrously about many
problems of hfe and SOCICty to worshIp to
gether under VBTIOUS sItuatIons and to enjoy
each others fettowshrp In a wrde range of
The Incommg frosh men get therr Intro uc
tIon to campus through BuddIes upperctass
men provIded hy the YM for each male stu
dent In cooperatlon with Stu ent Councrt
th Ys hetp to conduct the 0rIentatIon
Week program In the fall The Ys sponsor
two Weelcen retreats eac year whIch always
provIde a healthy and happy experrence for
those who attend RCIIQIOUS EmphasIs Week
to nght Robert Zlegter XAIIHIHITI twartow Owen Henry
IS another project of great Importance to w Ich
the whole campus responds In Wholesome unIty
Chnstmas carohng a d partIes for un er
prwrleged chrtdren are enjoyahte events on the
Y calendar Sunday Blhte Class and Vesper
SCTVICCS under the sponsorshIp of the Ys
constltute the Sunday College program The
Faculty Student Get Fogether QIVCS the Fac
utty a chance to let down theIr halr I-fan
oh those refreshmentst
The YMCA hrmty heheves that reIIgIon
should he an Integral part of hte and the ac
tIvItIes of IlS memhers are srncerety dedlcate
to that purpose
EUGENE H BARTH
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UNO Femmeu iand is a ioeehive of activity
these days, 'speciaiiy over the noon hour. At
that time, the room taices on the appearance
of the National Pinochie Association head-
quarters and one may hear groans and cheers
resounding over the noise of the Htuheiessn
radio whiie a few inteiiectuais attempt to study,
in vain. '
The Daymenis Ciuio iaoasts of having the
iargest membership of any organization on
campus. At the present time, under the direc-
tion of its new iacuity adviser, Dean Levan
Smith, the Daymen are drafting a new con-
stitution and are endeavoring to put this pian
into effect hy the fait of ,-47.
This year, the daywomen and daymen com-
bined their efforts and promoted a daystudent
iiormai dance. Another dance for the spring is
heing pianned hy the Daymen with Heioer
Yeagiey, President, heading the committee.
Daymen are weii-represented in various campus
activities, sports and its staiwart iaiock of rep-
resentatives in Student Council is quite notice-
ahie. The Daymen have great hopes for the
future with one of their major goais heing to
maice the Fraternal Qrder of Daymen one of
the most outstanding groups on campus.
President HEBER YEAGLEY
Vice-President WILLIANI WALB
Secretary-Treasurer JOHN DEANI
Faculty Adviser LEXIAN P. SNIITH
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Daywomens organlzatlon rs composed of
all non reslclent women attencllng Allnrrglmt
Hea quarters are to be founcl rn tlre lower
socral room of Selwyn Hall wlnere one may
Find the newly clecoratecl prne panellecl liaven
flllecl to capacity Wltll members of tlre falrer
sex These rooms contam faCIlItICS for recrea
tion stucly or just general relaxation clurrng
free liours lVlany a lunclm ln a comfortalole
corner has comlnlnecl the rntrrcate wela of aca
clemrc trrals wrtlr profouncl lscusslons of t e
most mterestlng and most recent happenings
Tlus year tlre daywomen lrelcl a Clrrrstmas
party for rts memloers and rn conjunction wrtlr
the claymen sponsored a semr formal dance
tlne Snow Ball To lmelp tlte Allnrlglmt lassles
wrtlrstancl tlwe wrnter weatlier lrot soup was
served at noon ancl needless to say enjoye
They claywomen s governrng loo y rs or
ganrzecl very well too A claywomen s councrl
composed of the four officers plus a representa
trve from CHCl'l class carrres on uslness not
requrrmg a mass meeting Tlus council joins
W tlr tlre Women s Dormltory Councrl In form
mg tlre Women s Senate tlme over all women s
President AGNES SNYDER
Vzce Preszclent En EEN O NEIL
Secretary BETTY BERGFR
Treasurer MARION GERBERICH
Faculty Aclvzser DEAN HELEN L CUNLIFFE
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The Veterans Club was formed during the
19116 school year at Albright. The constitution
was drawn up and accepted by the college ad-
ministration for a two year period. The pur-
poses as set forth in the constitution: Hto per-
petuate the memory of the alumni of Albright
College who made the supreme sacrifice that
this nation might live in peace . . . to preserve
the memories and incidents of their associations
in Vvorid Vvar II . . . to inculcate a sense of
individual responsibility to the college, state,
community, and nation . . . to promote peace
and good will on the'Aibright campus . . .
to consecrate and sanctify their comradeship
by their devotion to mutual helpfulness . . .
to supplement, through counseling and fellow-
ship the rehabilitation of their comrades at Ai-
A membership drive was held the past
semester to enroll a greater majority of the three
hundred and Fifty-seven veterans into activity
membership. One of the most outstanding
speakers who appeared before the members
was Congressman Muhlenberg. A delegate was
also sent to the University of Pennsylvania on
December 7 to represent Albright veterans on
the Student Veterans Coordinating Committee.
This convention was composed of colleges from
Pennsylvania, New'Yoric, New Jersey, Dela-
ware and Nlaryiand and through the coopera-
tion of these various schools, a bill is pending
in Congress to raise the subsistence of the coi-
Vvfith 557 veterans attending Albright and
with proper leadership, this organization can
do much for the spirit of Albright College.
President RALPH MILLER
Vice-President GERARD FELTER
Secretary NIARY JANE THOMPSON
Treasurer GERALD LAUCKS
Faculty Adviser DR. CLARENCE HORN
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Fzrst Row let to rlghf LOUISE Trostle Alrce Alhrrght
Nlarlon Fledler Rohert Mattern Second row le t to rlght
lane Bausher Dr Vlrgll Zener Dean LeVan P Smlth
Professor Russell B Smlth Professor Florence IHHIS Margre
Handy Fhlrd row let to rzght Kenneth Good Marlon
Une of the hrst hve FTA chapters to renew
ItS charter AI rig ts e ucatlonal organlza
tIons has shown hne progress thls year Under
Dr Russell B Smrths creative sponsorshrp
prospectrve teachers eagerly participate
vaned programs of Interest an many are the
scmtrllatrng d1scussIons of these potentlal peda
gogues One of the mam ohjectlves of the cluh
IS to recrult Worthy students Into the teachmg
Durmg the year FTA presented open meet
Ings to tempt those who had not yet chosen
a vocatron Invrte guest spealcers from the
National Educatlonal Assoclatron a d held a
dlnner meetlng at Wluch tIme MISS Marte
Bonner a former Alhrlght stu ent spolce ol:
her experlences as an Instructor Un Decem
her Hfth the Oflzrcers attended a conference held
Swartz Elxzaheth Shroyer Nllrlam Parker Joy Cutler John
KISSIHQCF Jay Carver Mtssrng rom ptcture Victor Glgll
Mary Ellen Hlll Elaine Kyle Mary Jane Vvltman Carolyn
Powers Vlrglnla Vvoerle Dorothy Bennett Margaret Wal
at Kutztown State Teachers College
In the course of therr ohservatmnal wor
durlng the year these future teachers have had
a lcalerdoscope of humorous and strmulatrng
Incrdences encountered Wrth the younger gen
eratIOn In thelr efforts to gulde them along
the channels toward hIgher learnrng Thrs or
ganrzatlon has proven Itself Invalualole to ItS
mem ers and It IS our desrre to Welcome PI
Tau Alpha Into our crrcle of Worthy organIza
tlons at Allorlght
Prestclent ROBERT MATTERN
X Ice Presrdent MARION FIEDLER
Secretary LOUISE TROSTLE
Treasurer ALICE ALBRIGHT
Faculty Aclvzsers-Dr Vlfgll Yener Professor
Russell B Smlth Professor Florence Innrs
Dean Levan P Smlth
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Rho Beta Chapter Ol SIGNIA TAU
DELTA, national professional English fra-
ternity aspires to promote mastery ot Written
expression, to encourage worthwhile reading,
and to foster a spirit Ot good fellowship among
students of the English language and literature
department. Programs this year included a series
Ot professional English career conlerences with
outstanding spealcers including Dr. William
Finlc, who had made notaihte contrihutions in
the field Ot English, and Miss Josephine Raep-
pet, who discussed the field ot lihrary worlc.
ik costume party with memhers dressed as
literary characters was planned, and a loanquet,
honoring the pledges Ot the year, featured cre-
ative stories and poems contributed lay the
pledges. Dorothy Seisterts short story, "Dear
Beatricef' a tale Ot mental derangement and
psychoanalysis, caused quite a sensation. Gr-
iginal worlcs Ol this calibre are contributed
to the Rectangle, the quarterly magazine ol the
Candidates tor this fraternity must present
worthy qualifications: superior character and
scholarship with no less than a B average.
President MARION FIEDLER
Vice-President MARTHA HERRICK
Secretary-Treasurer LUCY SMITH
Faculty Advisers-DR. JOHN B. DOUDS AND
PROFESSOR CLYDE HARDING.
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First row flat-t to right,--Prolessor Elsie Garlach, lvlflftllil
Herrick, lwarion Fiedler, Lucy Smith, Professor Clyde Hard-
ing. Second row fleft to rigtrtl-Carolyn Powers, Hazel
Calden, Henrietta Morrison, Mary Stokes. Third row tteft
to rightl-Jeanne Sclllegel, Dorothy Seisler, Dorothy Holt,
Nlary Bechtel, Rm-In-I Ravitz. Fourth rom ttett to rightl-
Virginia l"lE'lllZlCllCf, Geraldine Xvvnlzel, Rosemarie Behler.
Missing lrom the picture-Dr. .lohn B. Douds, Rohert Binder,
ol the Nm
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qeated I tto rzght Dr Russell B Smith Eileen 0Ne1l
Agnes Snyder George Morlogen Dr Milton G Gerl Pro
lessor John Khourl Standmg fleft to rzght Rohert Holt7
apple Edward Brgler John Krsslnger Wlllram Ehloert Mary
Fortunate juniors and senrors who have a
B average ln at least twenty semester hours
of social scrences may he lnrtrated lnto ths
charmed crrcle the Pennsvlvanra Zeta Chapter
of the Natlonal Honorary Social Science Fra
ternlty The purpose of P1 Gamma Mu IS the
rnculcatlon of the Ideals of scholarshrp an
soclal servrce IH the study of soclal pro lems
an the encouragement through the sclentrhc
stu y of the social sciences of a better Way of
lfe fo all people lwhrough the quarterly
journal Socral Sclence a meclrum IS pl0VIdCd
lo disseminating news of the national and
chapter actrvrtres throughout the country and
mem ers may lceep rn touch wrth the 100 ac
tive chapters Its prlmary purpose IS to promote
the Ideals of the soclety In articles 'incl reviews
Jane Thompson Nlmme Srlhermann Lynne Parr Beatrice
Rlhner Margie Hancly Ruth Rehr Martha Herrrck Dennis
Ertel Newell Wert
lnnumera le current pro lems of socrety are
brought up for olrscusslon at the monthly meet
mgs strmulated lay the reacllng of memhers
papers The mterest of memhers IS exhr rtecl
through the suhjects of their papers which
range In theme from the Housing Shortage
to Psvchosomatlc MGJICIHC
Each year P1 Gamma Mu holds an annual
loanquet at whrch time many alumnl of the
fraternrty as well as active memhers gather to
hear a promment speaker P1 Gamma Mu plans
to continue the hanquet Idea this spring
Presrdent GEORGE MORFOGEN
Vzce Preszdent AGNES SNYDER
Sl-2CI'GtClFy Treasurer Gnd fldUlSOF DR MILTON
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Under the alole direction oi its student lead-
ers, the lvlenls Glee Club of Alhright College
has performed extensively throughout eastern
Pennsylvania. The organization opened its sea-
son at the Reading Parlc Evangelical United
Brethren Church on Decemlaer 15th and were
featured in a Sunciay evening worship service.
Their next concert was held in Norristown
under the sponsorship oi the lVler1's Bilole Class
oi Dr. John H. Duddyis home church. An ex-
ceptionally lline audience greeted them at their
next engagement in Reading at St. Lulcegs Lu-
theran Church where they sang on a program
with the Sunday School orchestra. included
among the concerts scheduled in the spring
are the cities of Yorlc, Philadelphia, New Yorlc,
and Harrishurg. An even more extensive sched-
ule is pending for next year and the well wishes
of the entire student hody is extended to this
Though coached and directed hy Dr. John
H. Duddy, the glee clula was primarily con-
ducted at engagements lay its student directors,
Paul A. Kimmel and Allen Fisher. Accom-
panying the organization on the piano during
this season was John Fausnaught.
All who have had the pleasure of listening
to this liine group of male personalities will
join us in our praiseworthy comments.
Student Leaders'-ALLEN FISHER, PAUL KIM-
MEL, DONALD LIDDICOAT.
it-rlanager JACOB SKLOVER
Accompanist JOHN FAUSNAUGHT
Director ' PRoFEssoR .lol-iN H. DUDDY
"imc, ,arl Brclz, Xvilliam lxlarlow, Gerald Herlzog.
First row llef! to righll-Donald l-iddir'oal, Xvilliarn Beal, lxlll l C
Vvilliani VX7allier, James Nam. Second row llell io riqhll- D
Newell Xwerl, Jacola Slilovcr, Xvilhur Boyer. Third roui flvll
to rightl-Thomas Young, Gerald l..auc'lis, Roherl Holtz-
lroni picture-Richard Baldaul, Xvarren Engle, David Bailey,
apple, Richard Callermole. Fourth row flu-lt lo rightl-Paul Xvarrf-n Kaehnicli, Prolvessor .lohn ll. Duddy.
Nine ty- two
avid Dc-Xvili, Allen Fisher, .lohn Fausnaughl. hlissing
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First row fleft to right,-Grace Miller, Joyce Ruth, Barhara
Lichlenherger, lwary Fry. Second row fleft to right,-Jeanne
Schlegel, Shirley Douty, Violette Seihert. Nancy Matten,
Shirley Miller. Third row fleft to rightl-Elaine Kyle, Ferne
Allen, Marjorie Christ, Carolyn Powers. Fourth row fleft
Those delightful feminine voices one hears
every Thursclay afternoon loetween the hour of
four-thirty and tive-thirty can he traced to the
music room and the VVomen,s Glee Clulo re-
hearsal. Further investigation would reveal
Professor John H. Ducldy masterfully inter-
preting a selection from the girls' repertoire.
Two city churches, The VVomen's Business
Club, Vvest Reading High School, and the
NYU party for underprivileged chilclren have
heen scenes of performances hy the Clulo this
lt's the little things that contriloute toward
making this organization such a fine spiritecl
one, such as, carrying gowns on trolley-cars
and giving the passengers a snealc preview of
songs to come . . . Waiting for snail-paced
huses . . . eliminating the meal hefore a con-
to rightl-Betty Thompson, Janet Tonlcin, Ethel Harris,
Elaine Huher, June Laird, Nliriam Kramer, Beverly Morgan
Missing from picture'-Dorace Hornherger, Joy Davis, Jose-
cert hut making up for it later . . . emharras-
sing moments . . . and the feeling of a joh well
clone . . .
In planning their programs, the VVomen,s
Glee Cluh takes such choices as light ancl gay
follcsongs, Negro spirituals, ancl popular classics
ancl lolends them into a concert that clelights
The VX7omen's Glee Cluh loolcs to the future
with high hopes of a successful season ancl a
loright future as Marjorie Christ gives the
clownheat ancl they raise their voices in happy
Stuctent Director lVlARJORIE CII-IRIST
Business Manager MIRIAM KRAMER
Accompanist JANET TONIKIN
Director PROFESSOR JOHN H. DUDDY
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The Aihright Coiiege Symphony Grchestra
is in its height of giory each Monday afternoon.
As it tunes up for its reguiar weeiciy practice,
one shouici not he too surprised to hear any-
thing from hoogie-woogie to Bach. The group
is composed of a strong foundation of artists
who have been with the orchestra for severai
years anct a large numioer of musicians from
the freshman ciass. Whether oici or new, they
aii have the primary interests necessary for the
successful functioning of an organization.
Professor Hans Nix takes great pains to ciraw
out the finest ahiiity in each of the artists. As
he stands hefore the group, each one is aware
of the importance of his particular part in the
composition, at hand. They realize the ioeauty
of the music comes as a resuit of the hienciing
of each intricate note into one glorious master-
Much pleasure is gaineci hy the auciience
and the artists themselves when concert time
arrives for the programs are composed of a iarge
variety of selections. Such numioers as Fuciies
miqhuncier and Biazesn, Lange's HRussian Fan-
tasien, and Strauss, HEmperor VX7aitzH present
a cieiightfui contrast that is most enjoyahie.
Aihrightians anci citizens of Reaciing and
surrounding vicinity are given the opportunity
of hearing this fine group of musicians at the
annuai mici-winter and spring concerts.
President IVIARJORIE CHRIST
Manager JOHN XVITMAN
Director PRoFEssoR HANS Nix
First row tieft to right?-John Vvoynarowsici, Vviiiiam Emcs, ter, Jean Snyder, Lois Lackey, Professor Hans Nix, iviorjorie
Betty Jane Bratton, Dorothy Seisier, Gwen Henry, John
Christ, Philip Riegner, Bruce Reiner, Richard Cattermoic,
Fausnaught, Jack Gouncicr, Vviiiiam Ciouser, Jacic Vvitman, Ahraham Niariiowitz, Vviiiiam Simon, Donaici Vvhite, Joan
June Christman. Second row tieft to rightl-Raymond Fict-
CIHIICC, ECINVHFJ Piymyef, Til0IllEiS En0Ci1.
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Fzrst row le t to rzght Helen Ross Patricia Strlclder Doris
Chanm Lynne Parr Jane Roney Dorothy McFarland Etame
Huber Second row I t to right Donald Vvhrte Ferne
Allen Ethel H111 Vvxlham Srmon Thzrd row le t to rzght
Edward Plymer Joan Clarke Frank Brown Thomas Enoch
Fourth row le t to right VIVIHH MacLatchre Janet Coombs
Xvllham Emes Ahraham Markowitz Fran!-ihn Rrtter Richard
The Alhrrght College Marchrng Band made
rts appearance thrs year after a lapse of three
years Therr presence added much to the spirit
and enthusiasm wrth which the students sup
ported our foothau team The group drd not
hesitate to put plenty of time rn drilling prac
tree for one could hear and see them at least
three times a week ln the stadlum grounds or
a out campus
Therr lea er Professor Hans Nix woul
shout the commands through the cold fall a r
as the mem ers marched rn the formation of
the tradition A wth which we are all fa
ITIIIIHI' Conslderlng the weather we wonder
how the new hne up of animated drum major
Heherhno' Donald Snyder Phxhp Rredner Bruce Reber
Margaret Flsher Jeanne Stalnecker Fr th row le t to rrght
Betty Berger June Chrlstman Marlon Gerherlch Jack
Vvrtman wth row let to right Rrchad Cattermole
Caleb Krlhan Gwen Henrv John Fausnaudht Mrssrng from
prcture Vvxtham Clouser John Gounder Rrchard Rothermel
ettes were able to keep therr hngers nrm Ie
enough to twirl therr atons mto the rntrrcate
patterns they had mastered so well The tricky
manrpulatlons of the hatons hy the grrls added
a hit of glamour to thls colorful group
Although the hand was organized only this
gear they are to e complemented on therr
superh performance durrng the foothfxtt sea
son We are glad to see thls hne organlzatron
functronrng again and wish them the hest of
luck for a most successful season next year
Drum Nlayorette LYNNE PARR
Marlager and Drill Master DONALD WITMAN
Qrrector PROFESSOR HANS Nix
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HLe Cercle Francais" lnrings together each
month in the music studio those French stu-
clents interested in the culture Ol France. A
valualale addition this year were a numloer Ol
servicemen who were alole to give us some
factual information concerning the country ancl
other French spealcing sections Ol the World.
The meetings varied in theme, consisting
primarily ol listening to French records ancl
musical numlaers lay the students, themselves.
Some of the meetings were devoted to the lile
ancl worlcs of a famous author or composer.
with samples at his work presented hy the
memhers. The Christmas party was particularly
successful with gilts, carols, solo selections and
A special project Ol the cluh this year was
the sencling ol 'paclcages to students in war-
torn France. The letters receivecl lrom the
appreciative recipients of these hoxes were reacl
during the meeting ancl succeeclecl in stimulat-
ing a lceen feeling of rapport with the stuclents
Ol? France. Le Cercle Francais provicles the per-
lect example Ol the American college French
stuclent's aclvance in the clirection Ol uncler-
stancling ancl cooperation loetween his country
President BETTY THOMPSON
Vice-Presiclent CLAIRE PORTEP
Secretary RICl'IARID CATTERD1OLE
Faculty Adviser PROFESSOR ELSIE CEARLACI-I
First row Cliff: to right,-Rosmnarie Buhler, Sarah Daven- Chanin, hlary ,lane ilqhompson, Jeanne Schlegel. Thirtl rou'
port, Dorothy h"lcl:arlancl, Claire Porter, Belly rl-hompson, llvlt to right,-Dominic Bruno, Ronaltl Sweelapple. .lane
Richarcl Callvrmole, Prolessor Elsie Garlach, Helen Capo- Ron:-y, Rachel Ravitx, Barhara Sfflit-ily. Fourth row llelt to
zello, Helen Siehcr, Dorothy leloll, Nancy lxflatlen. Svcoml , rightl--Xvilliarn Clonser, Xvilliam Clawges, Ralph Coch-
row llelt to righll-Beverly Reimsnicler, Ariane Smiley, Doris ing, Almraham ixlarlmwilz.
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First row fleft to rightjf-Niiriam Hellman, Dorothy Seisier,
Fay Sheetz, Jean Deihert, Grace Cunningham, Henrietta
Morrison, Rachel Ravitz, Geraiciine Vventzei, Dr. Gerrit
Niemming, Waiter Koniecki. Second row fleft to right,-1
Jerome Dersh, Esther Messersmitii, Vviiiiam Marlow, Joyce
Costenhacier, Norman Teisey, Kenneth Spatz, Bernard Eaton,
.ieanne Snyder, Marion Fieciier, Barhara Knauer, Frances
Kochei, Miriam Kramer, Vvinifreci Johnson, Shirley John-
son, Betty Hiii, Josephine Stahier. Third row deft to righti-
Der Deutche Verein, under the capahie
direction of Dry Gerrit Memming, is one of
the most popuiar ciuhs to he found on campus.
The memhers iooic fowvarci to attending the
monthly meetings with iceen anticipation due
to the refreshing variety programs, composed
of German songs, ciances, and Occasionaiiy,
vocal soios or original poems are presented hy
the respective memhers. The purpose of the
ciuh is to foster a greater appreciation of the
cuiture of Germany.
During the year, the group had the pleasure
of listening to Mr. John Hertz, a former Ai-
hright stucient, speaic Of his experiences in
Europe. Christmas programs pianneci hy the
Werner Kaese, Herhert Vogt, Joyce Yocum, Rohert Binder,
Haroicl Leho, Joyce Thompson, Janet Leinhach, Dolores
Reinhart. Fourth row cleft to right,-Edward Markowitz,
George Beshore, Rohert Harp, Claire Alien, William
Heckler, Rohert Bachman, Phyllis ihach, Joyce Hottenstein,
Thelma Degier, Shirley Douty. Fifth row fleft to right,-f
Dennis Ertei, John Dohner, Fred Vvoif, Lois Lackey, Vvii-
liam Hutchinson, Barhara Sheih, Betty Sarge, Charles
Green, Alien Fisher, Donald Gitteiman.
memhers are always huge successes and, this
year was no exception. Original poems and
stories written hy the memhers were presentecl,
along with the piay UFroice Vveihnachtenu.
Der Deutche Verein has proven that a
ianguage is not a harrier, hut, a hond of friend-
ship heici together hy the mutual appreciation
of their respective cultures, as voices are raiseci
in song and gooci fellowships reigns supreme.
President GERALDINE WENTZEL
Vice-President JEROME DERSH
Secretary DOROTHY SEISLER
Treasurer FAY SHEETZ
Faculty Adviser DR. GERRlT MEMMING
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The Domino Cluh is once again function-
ing as one oi our most active organizations on
campus. Here, you may don or dauh in the
traditional grease paint and costumes or, il
you lean toward the production angle, you
may find yourseil? shillting scenery or manipu-
lating a light-switch with one hand and a
spotlight with the other.
Under its new director and adviser, Mrs.
Annadora Vesper, the cluh opened its season
with the hit production uArsenic and Old
Lacen. Margaret Fisher and Beverly Bresler in
the roles of the quaint old ladies and Norman
Teisey and Vvilliam Lewis, as Jonathan
Brewster and Dr. Einstein were excellently
cast and caused numerous spine-tingled mo-
ments throughout the performance.
The spring production n0ur Townu was an
outstanding success. The cast, headed hy Perry
Matz, with other leading roles hy Patricia
Stricider, Larry Bott, and Jeanne Schlegei and
many others performed ioeiore an enthusiastic
audience, many oi whom were forced to stand
during the entire play. Vvith great anticipa-
tion, we are loolcing forward to seeing the
production. mi-he Terrible Nleelcu to he given
on Easter along with the annual HOne-Actorsu.
The memioers oi the Domino Cluh have de-
voted a great deal of their time and effort in
order to maize these productions a success and
their record this year has heen composed oi
one outstanding success alter the other. An
appreciative audience is the laest retrihution
and iVlrs. Vesper and the memhers certainly
have the strong support of those who saw their
superh performances this year.
President JEANNE SCHLEC-EL
Vice President lXfiINNlE SILBERMAN
Secretary NIARJORIE CHRIST
Treasurer LUCY SMITH
Faculty Adviser PROP. ANNADORA VESPER
Standing theft to right,-ixiargaret Xvalton. Gloria htlcliitt-
ricli, Elizaheth Sanger, Esther Savidge, Dorothy Bennett,
Forrest Dunlfelherger, Carolyn Powers, Xvilliam ixiarlow,
Xvarren Engle, Hazel Cnlden. Seated final! to righti-
.lcanne Schlegel, Lucy Smith, Biinnie Silhi-rmann, ,lacoh
Slilover, Niarjorie Christ, Lynne Parr, Ralph Cocliing. Niem-
hers missing lrom picture-Norman Telsey, Xvilliam Lewis,
Perry lviatz, Patricia Stricliler, hiargaret Fisher, Beverly
Bresler, Larry Bott, David Bailey, Rohert Donihro.
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First row fleft to rightlf-Jack Shafer, Stewart Mccleary,
Rohert Buxton, Roloert Ziegler, John Spindler. Second row
fleft to right,--Evans Keim, Reverend Eugene H. Barth.
Newell Wert, Gerald Hertzog, Eldon Snyder, Harry Gru-
her. Third row fieft to right,-Edward Bigler, Richard
Kappa Tau Chi is the honorary fraternity
composed of pre-ministerial students on the
college campus. its main purpose is to promote
the challenge of the Christian ministry hy giv-
ing mutual aid, encouragement, and inspira-
tion through the development of the four ideals
of spirituality, sacrifice, scholarship and service.
A most successful year hegan with Dr. Virgil
C. Zener leading our thoughts in the traditional
Communion Service in Sylvan Chapel, the
Thomas Jefferson Tearoom was the scene of
the elaborate Fellowship dinner, at which time
we welcomed our new adviser, Reverend Eu-
gene H. Barth, and bid farwell to Dr. Zener.
Vve were guided loy Reverend Barth in a dis-
cussion, Hvvhat Does the College Expect of
the Pre-Ministerial 'Student?n
Cattermole, Kenneth Spatz, William Beal, Ronald Cocroft,
Robert Holtzapple. Dale Vveloer, William Ehloert, Charles
Kachel. Missing from picture--Raymond Fidler. Mervin Hel-
frich, William Marlow, Ray Potteiger, Fred Wolf, Thomas
The Reverend Joseph Daniell conducted the
ritual of the Eastern Qrthodox Church, and
explained its significance in an impressive meet-
ing in the School of Theology Chapel. Other
speakers during the year were Dr. J. Arthur
Heck, President of the School of Theology,
Reverend H. R. Blouch, and Reverend Joseph
Daniell. impressive installation and Initiation
services for new memhers were conducted in
the spring with the hope that they might carry
on and maintain the high ideals of this worthy
President ROBERT ZIEGLER
Vice-President STEWART MCCLEARY
Secretary JACK SHAFER
Treasurer ROBERT BUXTON
Faculty Adviser REV. EUGENE H. BARTH
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its permanence and pro ing the underlying
con itions ot the world in these critical times
are the problems that absorb the attention of
this internationatty-conscious group. The Ctu
aims to foster better understanding of interna-
tional conditions an to present att s'des o
international pro tems. Vvith a limited mem-
ership of twenty-tive students, who have com-
pleted one year of college with a general aver-
age ot this organization is representative
of American youth and its growing healthy
interest in world attairs.
First-hand observations of the mechanics ot
world peace organization were obtaine y
ctu members who attended the Convention
College November 50-December 1 and at the
General Assembly of the Model United Na-
tions at Swarthmore College Aprit 5-5, At-
bright represented the Philippines. A better
understanding of the con itions a road was
fostered y guest speakers who ha just re-
turned trom Europe among whom were D.
Milton Geit, who discussed the social co1d'-
tions of Europe: and Mr. J. Bennett Nolan,
who observed the Nurnberg Trials.
President GERALDINE WENTZEL
Vice-Presiclent DENNIS ERTEI,
Secretary HENRIETTA MORRISON
Treasurer KENNETH Gooo
Faculty Adviser DR. MILTON VV. HAMILTON
Wrestling with the problems of peace and of International Relations Clubs at Vassar A I
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First row ttefl to right,-Kennelti Good, Geraldine Xvcnlzet.
IO riglzfi-Virginia Hattartier, Bcalric- Ri r EI 'ne Kvte
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Henrietta tVtorrison, Dennis Erlet. beconrt row tteft to right, Ntirinin Parker. Lucy Smith, Br-ltv Jane Frederick twtissing
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Doris Downes, xxlltliilll Heckler, XX lttlfilll Xvatb. Jerome trom pirtiirc--.larob Stiiovor, Robert Ziegler, ixazuye txiyono
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Seated Ueft to rightf-'Newell Vvert, Eileen O'Neii, Margie
Handy, Agnes Snyder, William Ehhert, Vioiette' Seihert,
Marion Fiedler, Robert Holtzapple, Stewart Mccleary.
Standing Ueft to right,-'George Morfogen, Mary Jane
Philosophy Club welcomed this year a new
faculty adviser in the person of genial Pro-
fessor Haskell. The Ciuh, whose purpose is to
provide a greater stimulus in philosophy for
majors and minors in the field, has already
henetited from his guidance. it is designed for
those who wish to do creative thinking and
to gain a deeper appreciation of philosophical
thought and thevreiationship hetween man and
the universe. i
The December meeting of the Cluh was held
at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Morris S. Greth
in Allentown. Dr. Greth is the former pro-
fessor of philosophy and sociology at Aihright.
The open meeting held in Fehruary had Pro-
fessor Harding as guest speaker, who discussed
"Man's Place in the Universe as Seen in Litera-
Thompson, Aaron Tauh, Professor Ellery B. Haskell, Charles
Kachel, Raymond Fidier. Missing from picture-Niervin
Helfrich, Lynne Parr.
ture," exploring a phase of the first semester's
more general topic, Wfhe History of Philos-
ophyf, The purpose of the open meeting was
to acquaint interested students with the prog-
ress of the Ciuh. At each regular meeting one
of the memhers of the Ciuio presented the
theme for the evening after which the topic was
discussed hy those memhers present. Plans for
the annual hanquet have heen completed with
a guarantee of a pleasant evening for those
President MERVIN HELFRICH
Vice-President NEWELL WERT
Secretary AGNES SNYDER
Treasurer MARGIE HANDY
Faculty Adviser PROP. ELLERY B. HASKELL
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The Alchemists Clulo was not organized
until the second semester, lout, are rapidly
malcing up for lost time. The memloers are com-
posed mostly of former servicemen who are
talcing an active part in the various functions
of the clulo.
Their program schedule included several
very interesting and informative trips to various
industrial plants in Reading and vicinity. The
purpose of these trips is to aid the student to
gain greater insight into the processes certain
products must pass through and the numerous
Ways that chemistry plays a part in industry.
The Alchemists Cluh is under the very cap-
ahle direction of Dr. Dwight L. Scoles and
Welcome this semester an alumnus of Albright,
Dr. Ralph Behm, whose practical worlc in the
field of chemistry for the past several years has
contrilouted much to the renewed interest in
the activities of the cluh.
An invaluable contriloution to those students
interested in the field of chemistry, the Alchem-
ists Clulo loolcs to the future with the convic-
tion that it is furnishing an adequate haclr-
ground lor our chemists ol tomorrow.
President RUSSELL LUCK
Vice-President HEBER YEAGLEY
Secretary-Treasurer ' VLADIMIR KOLTON
Faculty Advisers-DR. DWIGHT L. SCOLES AND
DR. RALPH C. BEHM.
First row fleft to right,-Dr. Dwight L. Scoles, William
Heclcler, Russell Luck, Vladimir Kolton, Dr. Ralph C. Behm.
Second row fleft to right,-Haller LaRue, .lay Carver, Miriam
Kramer, Catherine Frantz, Harold Cooper, Vvilhur Boyer,
Gerald Albright, Philip Angstadt. Donald Fornwalt. Third
row fleft to right,-'Eugene Shollenlaerger, Norman Telsey,
Vvilliam Stravrides, Fredericlc Perfect, Francis Leisey, George
Kutsher, Laurence Haag, Aaron Tauh, lvlarvin Getz. Fourth
row lleft to rightl'-Joseph Kuluisen, Ralph Toherman, Irvin
Mull, William Voigt, Jack Allen, Kenneth Good, Thomas
Price, lra Custman. Fifth row fleft to right,-Marie Della-
palme, Claire Porter, Betty Burnett, Nlary Louise Schappell.
.loan House, Robert Recd, Umberto Tucci.
One I-Illfldfed Two
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Fzrst row let to rzght Wllllam Clouser Willard Grubb
Professor Marcus Green D Clarence Horn Professor
Charles Hollenbaclm Umberto Tucci Allen Frslmer Second
rou let to Flgllf Vvllllam Gray John Deam Catlierme
Frantz John W0yDaYOWSkl Heber Yeagley William Tragle
Aaron Taub Richard Gable Robert Lawrence Tlurd w
let to nglrt William Heckler Ira Custman Franklin
The Slcull and Bones Society IS an organi
zatron composed of biology students whose
am rtlons are to gam the most recent lcnow
edge in tlus continually broadening field Th s
group bas Increased considerably because of
the large number of veterans enrolled rn tlre
pre med la teclr pre ental and pre vet
Colonel Arthur Errclcson of Reading spent
one evening glvmg an Interestlng account of
tus experiences Wltll me rcme rn tlre service
an extensive worlc tbat bas been done in tlus
treld during tlre war Vvltli the welfare of tbe
pre dentals m mind the Club secured Dean
Gable Frederick Perfect Robert Kemp Betty Jane Jones
Donald Glttelman Franklin Ritter Elizabeth Sanger Fourth
row let to rzglzt Vladimir Kolton Beatrice Rlbner Mary
Louise Scllappell .loan House Betty Burnett .lean Schwartz
Marie Dellapalme Dorotliy Moyer Jeanne Flrcltmger Har
old Cooper Missing from prcture Edwin Blelml Rrclnard
Bertolette Ruth Homan Walter Konleclu Esther Savldge
Pennsylvania to spealc on dental cares rn re
lation to Hourme
Another very rnlormatrve meeting was one
at Wlucb Albrlglats Dlclc Dexter a former
Navy man tol of tus experiences with tbe
Atom bomb tests at Bllcml
The entbusiastrc participation of its mem
bers an genuine mterest of the facultv ad
vlsors makes the Skull and Bones Socretv
one of the most active organizations on campus
Preszclent VLADIMIR KOLTON
Vice Preszclent BETTY BURNETT
Secy Treasurer JOAN HOUSE
Faculty Advisers DR CLARENCE HORN PRO
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The debate squad, under its new sponsor,
Professor Willard Haas, announced at the
opening of the semester that the subjects for
the year would be "Labor should be given
direct share in the Management of Industryn,
and the alternate question would be "The
United Nations Organization should be re-
solved forthwith into a Federal World Govern-
mentn. Simultaneously, he announced that de-
bates with Lehigh University and Allegheny
College were being planned for the members.
Later in the year, a heated debate was con-
ducted between Albright, represented by two
excellent debaters, Miss Beverly Bressler and
Mr. Waiter Keller and Drew University.
Tau Kappa Alpha, the National Honorary
Forsenic Fraternity, held its first meeting of
the season with Dr. Charles E. Kachel, charter
member of the organization, conducting the
impressive initiation ceremony for qualified
students. At that time, Robert Holtzappte,
Geraldine Vventzel and Henrietta Morrison
were recognized as active members. Dr. John
Douds, former adviser to the club, attended the
meeting, at which- time: he was elected to the
office of secretary and Robert Hoitzappte and
Henrietta Nlorrison were recognized as Pres-
ident and Vice-President, respectively.
The debate club is a select group, composed
of those persons who possess a wide range of
knowledge, keen interest in current problems
which seem to baffle the experts, and a de-
veloped facility in the art of public speaking.
Seated fleft to rightj-Vvaiter Keller, Ralph Stoudt, Henrietta Morrison, Professor Vvillard H. Haas, Faculty Ad-
' viser: Geraldine Vventzel, Bernard Eaton, Robert Holtzapple.
One Hundfed Four
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Fzrst row let to right Louise Erny Fredaberyt Moyer
Katherrne Hermbach Alice Albrlght Joy Cutter Betty Ber
der Marlon Gerbcrrch Vrvlan Mrller Margaret Walton
Second row let to rzqht Virginia Vvoerle Elame Kyle
Lors Taylor Vrrgmla Fox blarlon Swartz Jane Bausher
Iouxse Trostte Tturd row l t to rzght Dorothy Bennett
Vilma Grresemer Lucxtle DISSIDUCI Elva Kurtz Nancy
The Heo Club IS composed of those ener
gCtIC girls whose mastery of the cuhnary art
produces those tantahzmg odors whrch per
meate the admmrstratron burtdlng and cause
the eager student to lay aside hrs lecture notes
Senrors In the group recerved practlcal ex
perrence In homematcmg through therr hne man
agement of Sherman Cottage and of course
not forgotten httte Sand a The Junrors IH the
club were so enthralled wrth the modern dem
Onstratron Icrtchen Installed that one could
Qcarcetv tm them elsewhere Sophomores WIH
sew a button On your coat Or patch a garment
at a moment s notrce The Freshman guts were
presumably experrmentrng In the foods Iabora
tory but upon tastrng some of therr hne dlshes
Endtehart Fourth row let to rlght Mary Ellen HIH
Barbara Lrchtenberger Nlary Jane Vvltman Professor Ernes
tune Elder Mildred Abrams Adele Boothroyd Erma Seidel
Professor Florence Inms Janet Coombs Beverly Morgan
Ehzabeth Chehus Ethel HIII MlSSlDg from prcture Mar
1orIe Boyer Hazel Catden Doris Hrcks Grace Mllter Betty
Cusano Helen Carol Vvrlght Gtorra MCKIttTlCk
one would won er If there was much chance
Wrthout a doubt the Heo Club has been
one of the most actrve organIzatIons On campus
thls year wrth the InStaHatIOn of new equIp
ment creatmg renewed Interest and expandmg
the Opportunrtres for the young women enrolled
In the Home Economics course
Preszdent JOY CUTLER
Vrce Preszctent ALICE ALBRIGHT
Secretary ELIZABETH SHROYER
Treasurer BETTY BERGER
Faculty Aotvzsers PROFESSOR F1 ORENICE INNIS
PROFESSOR ERNESTINE ELDER PROFESSOR
ANNA H SMITH
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Phi Delta Sigma is a sorority founded in
1915 through the inspirational efforts of a group
of Alhright women. Through the years, they
have ga11ant1y maintained their original oh-
jectives in promoting the scho1astic, social and
financial programs, of the Coltege. W
The Sorority extends hids to a select num-
her of Women each year. They are chosen in
May of their junior year hy the faculty of the
college, as the Women who, hecause of their
records of scholarship and service to Alhright,
seem to exemplify hest, the attrihutes of the
organization. The honored seniors are piedged
in Fehruary and initiated at a Iuncheon meet-
ing, the Saturday preceding Commencement.
Une of the most Worthy contributions ex-
tended hy Phi Delta Sigma Sorority is the Loan
Fund which is made availahie to a deserving
Woman on campus. In addition, the Alumni
Memoriai Lihrary has heen the recipient of a
suhstantial numher of hooks each year. Com-
mencement provides an opportunity for the
Sorority to announce an award to the most
outstanding Woman in the junior ciass.
The c1ass of 1947 is honored to have four
of its finest young women receive bids to join
Phi Delta Sigma. In the years to come, they
will prove the Wisdom of your choice in main-
taining and strengthening the ideals and serv-
ices characteristic of Phi Delta Sigma Honor-
ary Aiumnae Sorority of Alhright Coliege.
President EMILY C. YOCUM
Vice-President BETTY STRAUB ULRICH
Recording Secretary MARY JANE WARD
Corresponding Sec. LOUISE AUCHENBACH
Treasurer LENA BERTOLET BRUMBACH
1947 Pledges,-'Frances Joy Cutler, Eileen 0,Nei1, Jeanne Schlegel,
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First row tteft to right,-Reverend Eugene H. Barth, Jacob
Stitover, George Mortogen, Gerard Fetter, Vvittiam Heck-
ter, Jack Vverner. Second row tteft to right,-Vvittiam
VVattm, Paut Kimmel, Herhert Loyer, Frecterictc Perfect,
Jerome Dersh. Third row fteft to right,-Frantctin Gatnte,
The APO Fraternity has atways hetci a
position ot major importance in campus activi-
ties, Whether it he athtetics, sociat functions
or speciat programs, such as, Stunt Night.
The sociat event ot the season was the
Dinner-Dance hetct at the Reacting Country
Ctuto in earty December. Honors were carriect
Ott tor performance during Stunt Night with
Aloe anct Benny Ntartcowitz contrihuting greatty
to its success.
The ranks ot the APO,s were swettect this
year clue to the return ot their many service-
men, among which were George Ntortogen and
Gerard Fetter, President and Vice-President,
trwin Solomon, Ahraham Ntartcowitz, Kenneth Lieh, Kenneth
Good. Fourth row fteft to rightt-James Spatz, Vvaict Row-
tanct, Jack Shafer, Ectwarct Bigter. Fifth row tteft to rightl-I
hiarvin Vveaver, John VVhite, Frantctin Ritter, Evans Keim,
Richard Gable. Missing trom picture--Donatct Lictdicoat.
respectively. Ntany atote seniors Witt he ete-
parting, taut, no tess capahte men Witt he ready
to assume the active responsihitities ot the
Atpha Pi Qmega Fraternity.
President GEORGE MORFOGEN
Vice-Presirlent GERARD FELTER
Recording Secretary VVILLIAM HECKLER
Corresponding Secretary JACOB SKLOVER
Treasurer Joi-IN WERNER
Chaplain JACK SI-IAFER
Faculty Aclvisers-DR. DWIGHT L. SCOLES, REV.
EUGENE H. BARTH, PROF. CLYDE HARDING,
DR. NIILTON G. GEIL, PROF. LEWIS E. SNIITH.
Ofle Hulldfed P1-'CII
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First row fleft to right,-'Professor John Khouri, Charles
Stump, Allen Fisher, Gilbert Feeg, Heber Yeagley, Dr.
Gerrit Memming, Dean George D. Vvalton. Second row
fieft to rightj-Ernest Kachline, Russell Luck, Eclwin Biehl,
Vladimir Kotton, David Voigt, Robert Thomas. Third row
This year Was an eventful one for the Pi
Taus for it not only marked their fortieth anni-
versary, but, 1947 witnessect the return of num-
erous members from the service.
Social activities for the season included a
Formal Dance held in the VVatnut Room of
the Berkshire Hotel, and, later in the year,
a stag party at the farm of one of its members,
The Pi Taus assumed Second position in the
interfraternat basketball league with Ernest
Kachline, capturing honors for third highest
This year will see the departure of many
fteft to right,--'Richard Heberting, John Kissinger, Kenneth
Faylor, Donald Lykcns, Donald Grim, Laurence Haag, John
Vvitman, Ira Custman. Missing from picture--Reverend Les-
ter L. Stabler, Neal O. Harris, James Detp, Donald Sny-
der, Lester Biehl, John Allen.
worthy Seniors, among which are, Kenneth
Faytor, Ernest Kachtine, Russell Luck, Law-
rence Haag, Edwin Biehl, and Vladimir Koi-
ton, but, those that remain are well versect in
the traditions and contributions extended to
college life by the Pi Tau Beta Fraternity.
President GlI,BERT FEEG
Vice-President CHARLES STUMP
Treasurer HEBER YEAGLEY
Chaplain ALLEN FISHER
Faculty Advisers-DEAN GEORGE W. WALTON,
REV. LESTER L. STABLER, DR. GERRIT MEM-
IVIING, NEAL Q. HARRIS, PROF. JOHN lil-IOURI.
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The Aiinrigiit College Athletic Programs have always iieid a position of keen
interest in tile minds of Aiiorigiitians and athletic entiiusiasts in Reading and
vicinity. Tile participants have carried the Red and White tiirougiiout Pennsyi-E
vania and surrounding states, and witii it, tne fine competitive spirit, siiowman-
siiip, and sportsmanship characteristic of Albright.
In preceding years, our magnificent footixaiiteam made history for Alma
Mater. Basketball iias assumed time major roie in recent years, particularly, tire
team of ,46-,47 wiiicii brought new giory to Aiinrigiit ioy breaking no iess than
tweny-tive individual and team scoring records. Now, that tiie masculine eiement
of time coiiege has returned, time next few years are destined to iaring renewed
interest, not only in iootimaii and basketball, lout, otiier sports, sucii as, ioaseinaii,
track, cross-country, tennis, and golf.
The athletic program seeks to gain iurtiier iionors for Alma Mater in the field
of sports, along with time traditional sciioiastic and spiritual goals maintained by
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to right-Jean Long, Elaine Schwartz, Football Coach, David Strong: .lean Bergstrom, Betty Leinbacti.
Come, cheer Alma Niater
With song and with laughter,
And Hing abroad tier colors, rect and White,
0,er hill, dale and valley,
Now the ectloes rally,
And sing aloud the praise of Albright.
Hail, hail the Reel and the VVt1ite,
Hail Alma Mater with a ctieer.
with eyes bright and glancing,
The Red and Vvtlite advancing,
VVe,H sing ttie praise of Alma Mater
One Hundred Twenty ttiree
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Vvilfred Fromuth, Captain
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1946 witnessed the return of foot1oa11 to Aiioright. The
period of reiaxation didnft seem to fare too well with 'sold
Leon since he was unable to give the Aihright team more
than one victory.
With the greater part of the squad wearing the red and
white for the first time. it was quite evident that the record
for theseason would not he too impressive. The best perform-
ances of the season were given in the Juniata and Scranton
games. In these encounters, the Lions played good foothaii
and looked 1i1ce a winning halt team. However, subsequent
to these contests, injuries hampered the Red and Vvhite tre-
Coach Dave Strong used a wide open offense throughout
most of the season with some pass plays that proved highly
effective. Frequent suhstitutions in each game will provide
many experienced players, next year. Vvith Strong,s resig-
nation, the position of Head Coach is, as yet, unfilled.
Nevertheless, the squad of 1947 will he ahie to profit through
this yearys experience.
SENIQRS GN THE SQUAD
VIC'-1-'CR GIGLL-Previous to spending 49 months in the
Army Air Forces, Vic was a mainstay during the seasons
'40 and '41, receiving letters tooth years. Mr. Gigli plans to
use his foothaii and athletic experience to good advantage
when he ohtains that much desired coaching position.
HERBERT VOGT--'Also a veteran of the Army Air
Forces, Herb saw action on AUoright,s gridiron during the
,40 and '41 seasons. A Iineman who always turned in a good
performance, Herb earned letters both years. His pleasing
personality will take him far, whether it he academic or
LESTER PUSHMAN-Les saw enough action on the
'41 and '42 gridiron to hecome a letter winner hefore see-
ing a different type of action with the Marines in the South
Pacific. Befitting a senior, Les gave us some thrilling moments
on the gridiron in '46.
Victor Gisli Lester Pushman Herhert Vogt
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First row fieft to right,-Gerald Schaelier, Stewart Bauer,
James Yealcel, Lawrence Delewslci. Joseph Kuhisen, Richard
Landis, Eugene Stoudt, George Baumgaertel. Second row
fieft to right,-Lester Pushman, Herhert Vogt, Elmer Davis,
George Urosevich, Wilfred Fromuth-Captain, Ralph Wag-
ner, Guy Vvildermuth, Victor Gigli, Rinaldo Ridolti. Third
row cleft to right,-'Head Coach, David Strong: Anthony
lvlorfy, Kenneth Kohl, Stanley Smolnilc, Franlc Bird, Russell
Lions journeyed to Muhlenherg to meet their
ancient rivals, in the first postwar foothall en-
gagement. The powerful Mules stampeded to a
59-0 victory. Brilliant in defeat were Elmer
Davis and Ken Kohl. who gave Lion fans some
sorely needed thrills.
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The second game played in Huntington
proved more successful for the Red and White.
Elmer Davis spot passed to Tony lVlorfy for
the first Lions, score. Kohl and Markowitz came
through in the second halt giving Albright its
first postwar victory.
First home game of the season proved disas-
trous ior the Lions against the Royals. Elmer
Davis and Kenny Kohl provided touchdowns
for the Lions, lout, the Royals maintained their
Lahutslcy, Jerry Pedota, Alhert Harnly, Bernard Koslculitz,
Assistant Coach. l..eVan Smith: Assistant Coach, Neal Har-
ris. Fourth row fleft to rightl'-James Maracani, Richard
Koch, William Xfvesner. Eugene Shollenhcrger, Elwood
Oxenreider, James Fromuth, Arthur Halprin, William Wil-
lcinson, Vvalter Cizewslci, Benny Markowitz. Marwgers-
Kenneth Good, Donald Liddicoat, Arthur Diaz, John Fliclc-
lead, all the way.
Ridollli and Pedota crossed the Greyhound
line in the first ten minutes, providing the Red
and White with a I5-0 lead. But, Snyder,
Greyhound haltvhaclc, set the pace and the vis-
itors returned home with another victory.
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The Rams pounded the Alhright line from
the start of the game. Strong's men won acclaim
for heroic goal-line stands, hut, offensive was
wealc with Elmer Davis side-lining the entire
game loecause of injuries.
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Lions journeyed to Lancaster in the hope they
might he ahle to hrealc the jinx, against the
Diplomats. But, the hosts led the way, except
for a few unsuccessful attempts lay Davis and
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Alhright completed a very successful hasicethaii season,
under Coach Harris, hreaicing twenty-five individual and
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Russel Guensch, the only senior on the squad, was awarded
the coveted Ron Regar Basketioaii Trophy, chosen on the
second All-Pennsylvania team and on the first AH-Confen
ence team. Prior to his injury in the Duquesne game, Russ
started every game and was the Teamss leading scorer.
Edward Aniian, freshman on the team, ioroice Johnny Dur-
ico,s record of 324 points when he threw in 167 Fieid goals
and 58 fouls for a grand totai of 592 points. Eddie also
scored an additional 40 points in the two piay-off games,
which gave him a grand total of 432 points for 24 games.
HHopsH Guidin, third highest scorer on the team, proved
most vaiuaioie, with his steady performance, throughout the
year. Next season should ioring some great playing on the
court hy Mr. Guidin.
Qzzie Kriehei and Elmer Davis rounded out the starting
line-up witd iwiaric Guss and Elwood Qxenreider, acting as
capahie reserves at the forward slots. Mort Vvitman and
Gene Shoiienherger took over the center position, while
Johnny Yocum, although handicapped with a ioroicen finger,
was one of our most effective defensive men.
Edward Anlian Howard Guidin
Qne Hundred Twenty-six
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First row fleft to right,-Gene Shirtc, Faculty Manager of
Athletics: Elmer Davis, Gene Shottenherger, Russel Guensch,
Edward Antian, Howard Gutdin, John Yocum, Neat Harris,
Coach. Second row fteft to right,-Thomas Price. Nlanagerg
In the seasonis opener, the Lions edged out
a surprisingly strong Ehzahethtown squad.
Game turned out to he a scoring duet between
Eddie Antian and Etizahethtownss Frankie
Keath. Antian made eteven Field goats for the
ALBRIGHT-40 ST. JOSEPITS,-41
St. Joe,s took an early 1ead, tout, the Lions
roared hack and took a 12-10 first quarter tead.
At halftime, score was 25-16, favor Albright.
Butz, of St. Joe's sank the winning goat and
the Lions 10st the first game of the seson.
William Beal, btiriagerg Elwood Oxenreider, Oscar Kriehet,
Mark Guss, Donald Vvitman. William Beyerie, Trainer:
Joseph Russ, Manager.
The Titans, ted hy six foot nine, Lee Knorelc,
raced to a 20-7 first quarter tead. Lions roared
hack with a 53-27 halftime Iead. Knoretc was
too much for the Lions, however, and the Ti-
tans carried off the game in the last quarter.
Russ Guensch and uHops" Gutdin tead the
Lions to a 17-12 hrstiquarter tead. Irish gained
a 26-25 tead at the hatfmartc, through the shoot-
ing of Bill Roche and Jim Lacey. Later,
Guensch made a goat that sent the game into
an extra period.
Qne Hundred Twenty-seven
Aihright outciassed Kutztown hy a halftime
lead of 57-11. The Lions coasted to an easy
victory to chaiic up their third of the season.
Aihright opened the Western division of
the Middle Atlantic Basicethaii Conference hy
taking the indians, 69-44. Juniata lead at half-
time, hut, Lions scored 29 points in the third
quarter. Guensch, with 28 points, was high
scorer for Aihright.
ALBR1oHT..5Q LEBANoN VALLEL46
For the 1..ion,s second win, Qxenreider came
through in fine style, scoring 17 points. Visitors
held a 27-19 lead at halftime, hut, Aniian,
Guensch, and Oxenreider added enough points
to give the Lions another victory.
Red and White lost another hearthreaicer to
to the Explorers after gaining a 54-26 lead at
halftime, and a 48-45 lead at the third quarter.
Lasaiie had just enough height and reserve
to eke out a win. .
Our third league Win came at the expense
of the Royals, as Rus Guensch made 15 points
in the first quarter. It was an easy Win for the
Lions as Guensch marked up a total of 24
Neither team scored for the first tive min-
utes and at the end of the first quarter, the score
was an unheiievahie 4-4 tie. in the second haif,
Aniian, Guensch, and Oxenreider scored from
Scoring reached an ali-time high as the Red
and White scored fast and furious. Kriehei,
Guidin, Oxenreider, Guensch, and Aniian each
scored 15 or more points.
The Bullets led at the haifmaric with a
score of 52-50, hut, Aniian made 29 points,
the highest individual score for the year. Lions
were unahie to maintain their 64-65 lead and
the visitors emerged the victor.
Lions chaiiced up league win numher five as
they held a 55-25 lead against Scranton. Game
was rough as the visitors tried to keep pace
with the fast-stepping of Cvuensch, Aniian, and
ALBRIGHTMYQ F. 8- M.-.43
Lions returned from Lancaster with an easy
victory, as Guensch, with 25 points, and An-
iian, with 20, led the Red and White. They
limited their hosts to only 12 field goals.
ALBRIGHT-81 LEBANON VALLEYH52
Lions led at the haifmaric with a score of
26-17. Red and White scored 55 points in the
iast half, as Aniian scored 28 points and
Guensch came through with 20.
Aihright clinched the Western Division hy
this easy victory. Davis, Guidin, Aniian, and
Guensch each had ten points or more, as they
held Moravian,s ace, Paul Marcincin, to 11.
Red and White suffered a defeat for the sec-
ond time against the Explorers. Last quarter
provided plenty of thriiis as the hosts, holding
on to a shaky two-point lead sank a couple
goals tobemerge the victor.
Aniian, Guensch, and Kriehei led the Way,
sharing 48 points. Gene Shoiienherger sank the
duece that hroice Aihrightys all-time scoring
record of 1,125 points. This was the Lions final
The only undefeated team in the country,
the Giant Dukes, were given plenty of com-
petition hy the Lions. Guensch suffered a knee
injury, hut, Aniian, Guidin, and the Whole
team turned in a fine performance.
The Red and White journeyed to New Yoric
to suffer their worst defeat of the season. Miss-
ing Guensch, the team, with Aniian fought
Weil, hut, the Jaspers overpowered them in the
Une Hundred Twenty-eight
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.Anharfs fine shooting was mainly respon-
slhle for the Lions 43-29, halfmark lead. Wit-
man Kriehei and Davis took over in the sec-
ond half and prevented the Lizzies from scoring.
ALBRIGHT 56 LINCQLN 4Q
Home season closed as Anhan came through
with 25 points Visitors ted in the third quar
ter hut Yocum gave the Lions the lead with
Guidm and Kriehei completing the v1ctor5
ALBRIGHT 55 MUHI ENBERG 58
Newark was the scene of the playoffs for
the Middle Atlantic Bashethali Conference
Muhlenherg Northern Division Champions
nosed out Aihrighl Vvestern Division Champs
Anhan s 60 foot heave cut the Mule s lead to
a J2 51 at the half mark Kriehei and Guid n
played good hall hut Saemmers last minute
free throw chnched the contest for the Mules
ALBRIGHT 42 SWARTHMORE 49
gwarthmore led at the half mark hy a score
of 24 17 Krlehei was injured a d had to re
tire from the dame in the third quarter Lions
raly failed a Swarthmore added two last
minute held goats Eddie Anhan took scoring
honors in the play off games scoring 22 points
against Muhlenberg and 18 points against
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Allarighfs Junior Varsity started the season
with a hang by winning the first four games.
Elizabethtown was defeated with a 42--28 score.
Elmer Davis was high scorer with ten points to
his credit. Reading Night School Vets were
Lelaanon Valley managed to elce out the extra
point against the Red and White in a heart-
hrealcing loss of 46-45 for the Lions. Moravian
was sulodued for the second time as Johnny
lV1cKenna and Bruce Reloer combined their tal-
of a ten
sulodued hy a 52-28 win. Third victim was
Mercury Rug, 26-22. The first road trip of
the year proved successful, as the Baloy Lions,
under Jimmy Brusch Won a 52-52 victory,
against Lebanon Valley.
First defeat was experienced hy the Red and
White under the consistent scoring ofLaSa11e's
Baby Explorers. Rehounding from their defeat,
the Lions scored against Moravian, with a 45-
26 victory. The Monarch A. C. gave the J.V.'s
their second down by a score of 57-55. Jimmy
Brusch led the Lions to their next victory over
Scranton, by a 55-42 score. Franlclin and Mar-
shall J.V.'s suffered with a loss of 47-42.
ents to guide the Lions to a 47-51 win. LaSalle
gave the Allorightians their second loss hy a
score of 48-56.
lV1cCann,s Business School was defeated hy
a score of 101-56 with 1V1cKenna scoring 22
points and Kohl scoring 19 points. Reiner and
Glass guided the Lions to' another victory
against Hunter Liggett Post, with a score of
47-29. Two losses were alasorloed loy the Balay
Lions when Modern Dairy won with a score
of 41-51 and Lincoln University won hy a score
Brusch led the team with a total of 154 points,
with Bruce Relaer and Johnny 1V1cKenna mal:-
ing 152 and 154 points, respectively.
First row Ueft to right,-Alvi Voigt, Manager' Fmmeit GI , VV'H
. " ass 'B l.T':Jh MK ,J BB.
gerilld ichaegefi Coalsgl Neal Igaffls- James Delp. Robert Keilrijghl Kihei? eJac1crag11?afer.o151ruceClfgnrezi, tlinrhiris VJQSZY.
ux on, osep uss, anager. tecond row Ueft to righil'-' Kenneth Wager. Gene Shirlc, Faculty Athletic Manager.
One Hundred Thirty
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Interfraternity hasIcethaII season proved most
successful this year with Coach Harris' creation
of a ten team Ieague. Kappas waIIced Way with
nine consecutive victories to insure their first
pIace position, hut, the other herths were con-
tested for with Iceen competition, throughout
The Kappa UpsiIon Phi entry was the finest
in the Ieague, hut. the Chi Phis, one of Coach
Harris' creations, matched the Kappas Win for
KAPPAS . . . . . 9 0 1.000
PI TAU ...... . . 6 5 .667
PSI BETA .... . . 5 5 .625
CHI PHI .... . . 5 5 .625
ZETAS ...... . . 5 4 .555
PHI IVIU .......... . . 5 4 .555
DELTA RHO .... . . 4 5 .444
LAMBDA. CHI . . . . . 5 6 .555
SIGIVIA IVIU .... . . 0 5 .000
APO ......... . . 0 8 .000
Win hefore dropping their Iast three contests
of the campaign. Zetas finished in fourth posi-
tion, aIthough, they had two men who scored
over 150 points. The APO's, Iast year,s win-
ners, Were unahIe to gain even one victory.
PIenty of enthusiasm accompanied the inter-
fraternity tournament and Coach Harris ex-
pressed great satisfaction over the success of
the teams and the interest shown hy the stu-
1 HIGH SCORERS
Rank Player Team Pts.
1. Patrician, Zeta . . . . . 158
2. Lamherson, Zeta .... .. 155
5. Kachiine, Pi Tau .. 121
4. CvigIi, Kappa .......... .. 92
5. Vvesner, Lambda Chi .. .. 80
6. Pedota, Chi Phi .... . . 77
7. SayIor, Zeta' ..... .. 75
8. IVIiIIer, Pi Tau ...... 71
9. KrecIcer, Deita Rho .. .. 71
10. Beyerie, Kappa ...... .. 69
11. Voigt, Pi Tau ........... .. 68
12. Seigfried, Lamhda Chi .. 67
15. Frantz, Chi Phi ..... .. 64
14. Fromuth, Chi Phi . . . . . 65
15. SnooIc, DeIta Rho .. . . 64
TRACK-Coach Gene Shirks, second post-
war track season IooIcs very promising with eight
meets on the scheduIe, the top meet of the pro-
gram heing heId at Rutgers University to deter-
mine the IVIiddIe AtIantic champs.
Sat., ApriI 19'-129th AnnuaI Berks SchoIastic
Wed., ApriI 25'-'Lafayette
Fri. and Sat., Aprii 25-26'-'Penn ReIays
Sat., May 5-I7'ranIcIin and IVIarshaII
Tues., May 6-St. J0seph's CoIIege
Sat., May 10'-Juniata
Sat., May 17'-1VIiddIe Atiantic Championships
Tues., May 20-Ursinus
CRGSS CQUNTRY'-'Gene ShirIc,s post-
War harriers compIeted Iast year,s scheduie with
a .500 percentage. IVI.ainstay for the AIhright
running comhination was Eddie AnIian, who
garnered three first pIaces giving the Lions the
necessary punch to Win three contests. Mem-
hers of the squad are Eddie AnIian, James DeIp,
Fred Roiand, Rohert Binder, CharIes Stump,
Stewart Beyerie, Joe VanI'Iouten and VVaIter
Koniechi with Bill Hutchinson in the manager's
seat. We may expect some fine performances,
this season, with Aniian and other memhers of
the team, who are mostIy freshman.
One Hundred Thirty-one
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TENNIS-Program this year includes a fif-
teen game schedule, with AI Fisher guiding
the enthusiasts, John Dohner and Paul Sieg-
fried forming the nucleus of the team.
Tues., April 15'-Lehanon Valley
Sat., April 19'-'Susquehanna
Tues., April 22-Ursinus
Wed., April 25'-Nluhlenherg
Thurs.. April 24-LaSalle
Sat., April 26-fVVest Chester
Tues., April 29'-Juniata
Thurs., May li-'Elizabethtown
Fri., May 2-Moravian
Sat., May 5'-Franklin 5' Marshall
Wed., May 7'-Lafayette
Sat., May 10-Elizabethtown
Tues., May 15'-Lehanon Valley
Thurs., May 15'-fIVIoravian
Sat., May 17'-Kutztown
fLeft to right,-Niemming, Haas, Shirk.
BASEBALL'-'Coach Lev an Smith has
quite a vigorous schedule this year with six-
teen games to he played in the remaining tyvo
months of school. With Elwood Oxenreider
in hurling position, and Delp, Umhenhower,
Beyerle, Guss, Adams, Ervin, Fromuth, and
Glass occupying the other key positions, the
Red and White got off to a fine, start hy down-
ing Moravian ll-5.
Tues., April 15-Lehanon Valley
Sat., April 19'-'Susquehanna
Tues., April 22-Ursinus
Thurs., April 24'-LaSalle
Sat., April 26-West Chester
Tues., April 29'-Juniata
Thurs., May 1-Elizahethtown
Sat., May 5-'Franklin S' Marshall
Wed., May 7-Drexel
Sat., May 10'-Elizabethtown
Tues., May 15-Lehanon Valley
Thurs., May 15-Moravian
Sat., May 17-Kutztown
Vved., May 21'-Seton Hall
Sat., May 24,-'Bucknell
FACULTY BOWLING TEAM-The prof's
came into the sports parade this year with the
formation of a howling team whose members
competed each Tuesday afternoon at the Man-
sion Bowling Center. As the season progressed,
competition became so keen, that a contest was
held in the form of a final examination. Dr.
Scoies came through with Hying colors with a
186. Prof Shirlc and Levan Smith, hoth top
howiers, averaged hetter than 167. In the finals,
Prof. Memming and Dean Walton led the pa-
rade, each gaining the coveted A's. Faculty
memhers participating during the year were
Gordon, Memming, Walton. Shirlc, Haas,
Vviddowson, Hamilton, Douds. Barth, Khouri,
Jacohi, and Gates.
Une Hundred Thirty-tvvo
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iLeft to right,-'Elaine Schwartz, Captain: Jean Long, Jane Meliingcr, Joyce Thompson, Betty Jane
Leinhach, David Devvitt, Jean Bergstrom.
Fight to win for Aihright,
Knock them in for Albright,
And luring us the Victory.
Make another score, hoys
Wipe them in their gore, boys,
For Aihright and victory.
Onward, onward, battle with the foe,
Forward, Forward, the Rectr-Red must go
Fight to win for Alhright,
Knock them in for Albright,
You must win the victory.
One Hundred Thirty-three
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The Aihright iassies started the season, titer-
aiiy, in full swing, as cries of HOuchH or worcis
to that effect, could he hearci echoing from the
hockey field. Every evening from 5:50 untii
ciaric, the team practiceci under the capahie guid-
ance of Coach Eva Mosser and Captain, Pat
Herrick. The squad was composed of quite a
few hoiciovers from iast season, among which
were Pat Herrick, Lois Taylor, Fay Sheetz,
Jean Bergstrom, Marion Swartz, Jean Schwartz,
Beth Sanger, Josephine Stahier, Grace Miller,
Ruth Homan, Virginia Vvoerie, Syiva Hop-
paugh, Doris Downes, Joan House, and Ferne
Alien. The Frosh ciass contributed quite a few
talented hockeyettes, among which were Shir-
ley Johnson, Vioiette Seihert, Marjorie Lyman,
Joyce Yocum, Marie Courtney, and Joyce
The team played a four game schedule ciur-
ing the ,46 season, winning, hut, one. Ursinus
took the Iassies for their first fail, with a 8-0
score and Beaver College foiioweci with the
same jinx score. The only game of the season
was won, at the expense of Moravian with a
score of 2-1. Albright was unahie to close their
season with a .500 average and lost the last
game to Drexel hy a score of 5-0.
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First row Ueft to right,-Jean Borgstrom, Joyce Yocum, Fay
Sheetz. Lois Taylor, Manager: Pat Herrick, Captain, Marie
Courtney, Jane Roney, Shirley Johnson, Vioiette Seiioert.
Second row Ueft to right,-Adele Bgothroyci, Ferne Alien,
Doris Downes, Elizabeth Sanger, Coach, Eva Mosscr: Mar-
iorie Lyman, Grace Miller, Jean Schwartz. Missing from
picture-Josephine Stahier, Ruth Homan, Virginia Vvoerie.
Syiva Hoppaugh, Joan House, Ann Courtney, Joyce Thomp-
One Hundred Thirty-four
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First row fleft io rightl-Jean Borgstrom, Co-captain, Elaine Gloria lVlcKittriclc, Fay Sheetz, Ferne Allen, Elizabeth Sanger,
Schwartz: Coach, Eva Mosserg Co-captain, Virginia Vvoerleg
Joyce Hottenslein. Second row Ueft to right,-.lean Schwartz,
The Alhright lassies played a ten game
scheclule the past season and as the copy goes
to press, the fair sex has playecl eight games,
with hut one win to their credit.
The first game was played at Ursinus Col-
lege with our lassies ahsorhing the defeat by
a score of 56-15. A superior Beaver College
aggregate Won with a 51-18 score. Leloanon
Valley game proveci to he one of the most ex-
citing of the season, encling in a 22-21 victory
for our opponents. Virginia Vvoerle, Captain
of the team, acquired ten points for Alma
Jeanne Fliclcinger, Anna Lauver. lvlanagers'-'Alice Albright,
The team journeyed to New York for their
first victory of the season against Wagner, with
a score of 57-22. Vvoerle again came through
with 20 points. East Stroudsburg shattered the
hopeful Reel and White, Winning with a 50-
20 score. 24-24 was the final score when Drexel
College visitecl Reacling with our Fay Sheetz
collecting 12 points. St. John's took the lassies
on another riole with an 18-15 Win. The team
was unahle to pull out of their losing streak
ancl Millersville won the next game, hy a
score of 41-25-
One Hundred Thirty-five
unior Uardifg Z?a:5LefLa
The Junior Varsity, composed mostly of in-
experienced piayers this past season suffered
three losses and won one game, at this Writing.
The first game was played at Ursinus College,
with our iassies losing hy a score of 56-15. The
next trip took them to Beaver College and,
again, they were greeted with a 51-12 sethaclc.
The team proved to he good hosts for they al-
lowed the Drexel lassies to carry home a 21-I5
The first game of the season was Won at the
expense of Millersville with a score of 24-25.
Jean Schwartz connected for 18 points to give
the iassies the sorely needed victory. Even
though the season was far from spectacular as
far as Wins and losses are concerned, the girls
turned out for practice with great enthusiasm
and, next year, with plenty of experience hehind
them, the Junior Varsity will provide fine ma-
terial for the Varsity team. '
First row fleft to right,-Shirley Johnson, NI ' C tl . J Nl ll' , S nd 7 . F'
Marjorie Lyman. 'Jane Roney. Third row deft tgrriiqhtf-Egrilyede Csoginhaildsggroaciiclgva icfgssdiegeaznrlgiger.
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First row fleft to right,-Gloria McKittrick. Joyce Hottenstein, Jean Bergstrom, Fay Shcetz, Jean Schwartz.
Second row fleft to righijf-Virginia vvoerle. Ferne Allen, Elizabeth Sanger, Jeanne Flickinger, Coach
G In I1 H I Ross Miriam Kramer, Betty 'Berger' LUCY Smith' Betty Cusano'
Left to right-Marion cr criC . een
Une Hundred TI'1irtY'SeVen
Left to right'-'Jean Bergstrom, Elaine Schwartz, Mary Stokes, Jean Long, Jeanne Flickingcr.
First row Ueft to rigid,-Betty Jane Jones, Doris Hicks, Helen Sieber. Second row deft to l'igllfD"'L-Ouisc
Erny, Joyce Hottenstein, Anna Lauver, Helen Carol Wright.
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fLeft to right,-'Junior Representative. Jean Bergstrom, Jean Senior Representative, Alice Athright: Sophomore Repre-
Schwartz. Jeanne FtiCkiI1S6l'. Virginia Woerte, Betty Burnett, sentative, Josephine Stahler.
The VV.A.A. is the governing hody for wom-
enys sports and physical training at Athright.
The group consists of four officers and one rep-
resentative from each class who meet monthly
to discuss and plan intramural anct intermurat
contests to he hetct cturing suhsequent seasons.
Keen competition accompanies the hockey
and haskethatl games, whether it he the Sopho-
mores against the Frosh or a Pat-Mu contest.
The varsity teams have competed with colleges
throughout Pennsylvania and surrounding
States, and white not atways returning the vic-
for, Provided moments of concern for their op-
The VV.A.A., in actctition, direct the conces-
sion stand at Northwest Junior High School
cturing hastcethatt season. The protits are usect
for purchasing new athletic equipment, ohtain-
ing awarcts, anct covering traveling expenses
for the teams. Att of the women students are
memhers of the Association hy virtue of their
participation in physical training programs dur-
ing their years at Athright. I
President A VIRGINIA VVOERLE
Vice-President BETTY BURNETT
Secfefary JEANNE FLICKINGER
Treasurer JEAN SCHWARTZ
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1712 Minerai Spring Road
ANGSTADT, PHILIP K.
1148 N. 9th Street .....
BACHIVIAN, ROBERT C.
556 Spring Street ......
BERGER, BETTY MAE
. . . . . . . Reading, Pa.
.. . Reading, Pa.
. . . Reading, Pa.
105 Pericasie Ave. . ....... West Lawn, Pa.
BEYERLE, RICHARD H.
1528 Linden Street .....
BINDER, ROBERT G.
189 Stapies Street ....
BLACK, VIRGINIA L.
700 Wayne Ave. ..... .
BOLAND, ROBERT K.
2628 Periciomen Ave. . . . .
BOOTHROYD, F. ADELE
R. D. Ne. 1 ...........
BORGSTROM, JEAN W.
2216 Spring Street ......
BRUSCH, JAMES F.
527 Summit Ave. . . .
CALDEN, HAZEL D.
5505 Circie Ave. ....... .
CHRIST, IVIARJORIE H.
Highiand Ave. ........ .
CLOUSER, WILLIAM F.
1400 N. 14th Street ....
COLEMAN, JOSEPH E.
26 East Morrow Street
CONROY, PHYLLIS S.
56 South 5th Street ....
CRAIVIP, CONNARD C. ..
CUSANO, BETTY J.
554 Main Street .....
CUSTMAN, IRA L.
121 North 9th Street
DUNCAVAGE. WALTER J.
207 South Street .......
ENGLE. WARREN E.
1014 BuIIOcIc Ave.
FALKEN, STEPHEN R.
575 ScI1uyIIciII Ave. ..
FEEG, GILBERT R.
425 Oak Terrace . . . . .
FLICKINGER, JEANNE M.
215 Spruce Street .......
FRANTZ, CATHERINE M.
1227 N. 5tI1 Street .....
FREDERICK. BEI I Y J.
210 Vvaveriy Street ....
GERBERICH, MARION G.
Neversink Rd. R. D. No. 1
GIPPRICH, VVALTER P.
154 N. 8th Street ......
250 Ft. Wasilington Ave. . .
GRUBER, HARRY L.
South Park ..........
. . . . . Reading, Pa
Farmingdale, N. Y
West Reading, Pa
. . . . . Reading, Pa
.. Vvest Lawn. Pa
West Reading, Pa
Oneida, N. Y.
. . . .. Reading, Pa.
West Point, Miss.
. Scariets IVIiII, Pa
. . . . Denver, Pa.
.. . Reading. Pa
. . . . Tamaqua, Pa
. . . Yeadon, Pa
. . . . . Reading, Pa
HALLACHER, VIRGINIA L.
102 Penn Ave. ............. .
HARP, ROBERT H.
554 South 15th Street . . .
HARTMAN, LUTHER G.
Penn Street .............
HICKS, DORIS F. .... .
I-IOMAN, RUTH A. . . . .
JACABCIN, JOHN A.
1546 Birch Street ....
JONES, BEI It JANE .....
KACHEL, CHARLES V.
1608 N. 15th Street ....
KELLER, WALTER A.
1119 Fern Ave. .. . .
KEMP. ROBERT L.
508 S. 4th Street ......
KNOUSE, MORRIS E. ..
KOEHLER. GEORGE E.
209 Sunbury Street ......
KONIECKI. WALTER B.
410 South 10th Street ....
KRAMER, MIRIAM M.
22 Spring Crest Bivd. . . . .
LANDIS. GLORIA M.
2605 HoIIywood Ct.
LA RUE, HALLAR G.
129 E. Lancaster Ave. ..
LAUCKS. GERALD K. ..
MARQUET, JOHN D.
208 Spruce Street .....
MATTHEWS, DAVID L.
510 South 5th Street ....
MCKITTRICK. GLORIA J.
528 Kurtz Street .........
MERTZ, PHILLIP, JR.
586 Avenue HB" . . . .
Sinking Springs, Pa
. . . . . . Reading, Pa
. . Port Ciinton, Pa
. . .. XrViIson. N. Y
. . . . Terre I'IiII,
. . . . . . Reading,
. . . . New Tripoii
. . . . Reading
. . . . Reading
. . . Hamburg
. . . Bernharts
. . . . IVIinersviIIe
. . . . . . Reading
. . . . Sinking Springs
I ..... Mt. Penn
. . . . Shiiiington
. . . Red Lion
. . . . . Catasauqua
MILLER, GRACE E.
2705 Locust Lane .....
MILLER, VIVIAN N.
1401 N. 14th Street ....
MILLER, WILLIAM H.
5424 Raymond Street ........
. . . . . . West Reading, Pa.
West Reading, Pa.
. . . Reading, Pa.
. . . . . . . . . . Shiiiington, Pa.
. . . Stony Creek IVIiIIs, Pa.
. . . . . Reading, Pa.
. . . New York, N. Y.
. . .. Richiand. Pa.
MORRISON, HENRIETTA E.
1522 Green Street ...........
MOYER, DOROTHY Ll
846 Center Ave. ..... .
MOYER, JEAN ........
PALMER. IDA I.
500 N. 11th Street
PARKER. MIRIAM L.
459 Franidin Street ......
PERFECT. FREDERICK I-I.
1258 Penn Ave. .......... .
POTTEIGER, RAY J. C.
109 Dana Street .....
REED, ROBERT R.
814 VVaInut Street
. . . . Reading, Pa
. . . . Reading, Pa
. . . . Sheridan, Pa
. . . . . . Reading, Pa
Vvest Reading, Pa
. . . . Wyomissing, Pa
. . . . Wiikes-Barre, Pa
. . . . Reading, Pa
I 516 E.
106 S, 1
00 3422 Rid
mg Spntlgg Pa
N A ing- Pa.
,W 4-,req-y..,.A K mv, . . H- . V- -H-f---N --.-.-.H
REESER ROBERT A
2614 Plulmay Terrace
RIDOLFI RINALDO 1
1108 Mott Street
RITTER FRANKLIN O
17 YV lVIam Street
20 Tyrone Ave
SANGER ELIZABETH B
55 Coeyman Axe
SAVIDGE, ESTHER A.
125 Pine Street .....
Kenliorst Rea ing
Nutley N J
UMBERGER MARY E
5515 Lena Street
UROSEVICH GEORGE T
119 Old Cranberry Street
VIDINSKI FRANCES X
803 DeKalb Street
VVALB VVILI IAM W
419 Fern Ave
2104 Penn Ave. ...... .
NVHITE, GERALD E.
226 Spruce Street ....
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',Pa. ' 'I 'Pa
Rln-.H,PAUL F' JR. -...""' ' ' Pa' V 1 .............. Bridgeport,Pa
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. . . . . Terre Pai
. . . .. Jlinerssille, Pa,
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Mt. Penn. Pa.
. . . .. Binlslmoro. Pa-
Glengide. Readme- PH-
. . lilmelflalf- Pa'
.. .. Reafling' Pa'
west Reading' Pa'
SHEETZ, FAY L. ..... .
POSEY, RICHARD B.
1814 Grand Blvd. . . .
R. D. No. 1 ...........
SMITH, LUCY J.
Route No. 5 .......
ST UMP, CHARLES D.
461 Birell Street ....
SXVARTZ, MARION E.
1111 Maple Ave.
TAYLOR. LOIS E.
A 516 E. IVIain Street ..
20 Richmond Street . .
ADAMS, LEE F. ......... .
ALBRIGHT, EDMOND S.
106 S. 4tt1 Street ....
ALBRIGHT, GERALD G.
260 Carsonia Ave. .. .
ALLEN. FRANCIS A.
520 Heine Street
ALLEN, JOHN C.
1225 Pilce Street ....
BAILEY, GLENN V.
920 N, Front Street . .
BALL, CORRINE S.
1521 N. 15tI1 Street .
BARE, HAROLD L.
425 Cliestnut Street ..
BARO, ANGELO J.
506 South 5rd Street . . .
BECHTEL, MARY D.
259 Clymer Street . . .
57 N. 2nd Street ....
BENNIS, VVALTER J.
209 N. VVindsor Street
BESHORE, GEORGE E.
122 VV. Pike Street . .
BOYER, YIARJORIE O.
5422 Ridgeway Street
BOYER, VVILBUR L.
1016 Rolueson Street ......
CAPOZELLO, HELEN IVI.
1506 Penn Ave. .... .
CARSON, XVALTER VV.
401 N. 6tl1 Street ......
. . . . Xvest Lawn,
. . . . Xfvyomissing, Pa.
. . . . Hyndman, Pa.
. . . Hagerstown,
.. . Reading, Pa.
. . . . Lancaster, Pa.
Nloorestown, N. J.
VVHITE, RICHARD S.
51 Oalc Lane .........
155 Soutlr 12tlt Street ..
. . . VVest Reading, .
XVRIGHT, HELEN CAROL A.
248 IVIain Street .......
YEAGER, DOROTHY M.
818 Nortli 6t11 Street
YEAGLEY, HEBER E.
626 N. 2nd Street ....
ZIEGLER, ROBERT E.
548 Soutll 15tI1 Street ..
. . . Fleetwood, Pa.
. . . . Cveigertown, Pa,
. . . . . . . Reading, Pa.
. . . . . . NIL Penn, Reading, Pa.
. . . . . Reading, Pa.
. . . . Reading, Pa.
. West Reading, Pa.
CARVER, JAY D.
R. D. No. I .......
CASPER, FRANK S.
1040 Franlclin Street ....
1226 Linden Street .....
851 Mt Laurel Ave
COCKING, KENNETH R.
CLARKE, JOAN E.
.. . Reading, Pa.
.. . Reading, Pa.
. . . . . Reading, Pa.
. . . . Stony Creelc Mills, Pa.
. . . . . Temple, Pa.
102 Tower St. Kingston ..... . . . Jamaica, B,VV.I.
COCROFT, RONALD E.
425 NN. Cvreenwicli Street
COOPER, HAROLD B.
1451 Linden Street .....
COOPER. JOHN E.
1509 Bircli Street ....
DAVIS, B. JOY
604 E. 4V2 Street ....
1122 Exeter Street ....
507 E. 1st Street . . .
1654 Mullaerry Street ....
DELLE PALME, MARIE
500 N. 11tl1 Street
DELP, JAMES D.
15tI1 S' Exeter Streets .. .
DEPUGH, CHAUNCEY C.
555' Wyomissing Blvd. ..
1408 N. l5t11 Street ....
515 S. 5rd Street ....
One Hundred Forty-tlwree
.. . . . . . . Reading, Pa.
. . . . Reading, Pa.
. . . . Reading, Pa.
. . . . Reading, Pa.
.. ...... Reading, Pa.
. .... Reading, Pa.
. . . . Reading, Pa.
HOPPAUGH, SYLVA E. ..
CaIi1'on, N. J.
1525 Paim Street
856 CI1urcI1 Street . ..
.. . Reading, Pa.
.. . Reading, Pa.
15 VVest 55t1'1 Street .... .... R eiffton, Pa.
R. D. No. 6 .............. .... E ort Plain, N. Y
85-55 115tI1 Street Richmond ITIi1I, Queens, N. Y.
ERMY, LOUISE E.
R. D. No. 1 ..............
2125 Nobie Street . ..
1507 Bern Street ....
EVERS, ROBERT G.
22 Stuyvesant Ave. ..
5 Endiich Ave. ........... .
FIDLER, RAYMOND D.
859 Pear Street .......
FISHER, ALLEN M.
524 N. 12tI1 Street .........
FORNWALT, DONALD E.
2556 Perkiomen Ave. ..... .
425 N. 10tI1 Street .......
FROMUTH, WILFRED D.
1005 N. 12t11 Street ......
FRY, MARY E.
126 N. 11t11 Street ....
GETZ, MARVIN G.
Main Street ................
GITTLEMAN, DONALD H .
606 N. 5rd Street .........
278 E. Main Street ....
GREBE, MARY M.
1506 Eckert Ave. ...,... .
219 Roydon Road ....... .
122 Reed Street .........
HAGMAYER, RICHARD F.
1220 N. 6tI1 Street .......
HECHLER, WILLIAM R.
107 Olive Street .......
HELLIVLAN, MIRIAM C.
55 South 6t11 Street ....
HENRY, OWEN I.
Box 20 ..............
1241 AI1en Street
HEYDT, JOHN R.
655 N. 15tI1 Street ...,
HEYDT, LAMAR R.
655 N. 15tI1 Street .....
HILL, BETTY JANE
.... VV-es: Lawn, Pa.
.. . Reading, Pa.
Newark, N. J.
Mi. Penn, Reading, Pa.
........ Reading, Pa.
. . . . Reading, Pa.
. . . . Reading, Pa.
. . . . . Reading, Pa.
. . . .. Adamstown, Pa.
. . . . . . Reading, Pa.
.. New Haven, Conn.
W. Reading, Pa.
. . . . . . Reading, Pa.
.. New Berlinville, Pa.
. . . . Reading, Pa.
544 Carsonia Ave. .......... .... R eading Pa
1115 Marion Street . ...... .
HOLL. DOROTHY J.
. . . . Reading, Pa.
1521 Dauphin Ave, .............. VVyomissing, Pa,
HOLSCLAVV, THOMAS H.
602 N. 5rd Street ......... .... R eading, Pa.
R. D. No. 1 ............
HOTTENSTEIN, JOYCE R.
500 Sycamore Rd. ....... .
HUBER. ELAINE F.
404 Oak Terrace ....
HYMAN, ALLEN A.
1026 Walnut Street ....
HYMAN, LE ROY
1026 VVaInut Street ....
IBACH, PHYLLIS ...........
ENGLEHART, NANCY C.
. Reading, Pa.
W. Reading, Pa.
. Reading, Pa.
. Reading, Pa.
.. EsterIy, Pa.
450 Sunset Rd. .......... .. . YV. Reading. Pa.
415 Frank1in Street .....
JOHNSON, DAVID E.
545 N. VVyomissing Ave. . . . .
KALBACH, EDWARD B.
814 N. 5111 Sheet ........
KAUFETVIAN, J. MILTON
Main Street ...........
KEIM, EVANS R.
62 Norman Street .......
57 Wyomissing I-Ii1Is BIvd. ....... .
KIEFFER, SCOTT H.
215 Jefferson Street .......
Seabrooke FHTHIS ......... ....
KNAUER, BARBARA L. ..
KOCHEL, FRANCES V.
809 BeImont Ave. . . . .
LACKEY, LOIS A.
202 S. West Street .. .
LAIRD, JUNE E.
511 S. 5rd Street
629 Cortelyou Rd. ..... .
LAMBERSON, GEORGE G.
584 Birch Street .......
LARKIN, THOMAS A.
E. Center Street .....
LAUVER, ANNA L.
LEVO, HAROLD F.
1715 EIizaIJet11 Ave. . . . .
LEINBACH, BETTY JANE
Brooke Manor .........
LEINBACH, JANET M.
. 5555 Oley Turnpike Road
LIDDICOAT, DONALD S.
201 N. 2nd Street .......
LIEB, KENNETH R.
415 Ann Street ....
LONG, JEAN C.
1445 Cotton Street
LYKENS, DONALD G.
. Reading, Pa.
S11iIIington, Pa. ,
. Reading, Pa.
. Leesport, Pa
Hyde Park, Reading, Pa.
Seabrook, N. J.
. Yardley, Pa.
Brooklyn, N. J.
Te anec Ic , N. J.
.. Mi1:1Iin, Pa.
. . . . . Reading, Pa
VV. Reading, Pa
. Reading, Pa
R. NO. 1 .......... Birdgbgro, Pa
282 S. 9111 Street ........... .. . Reading, Pa
MARKOWITZ, HERBERT B.
282 S. 9tI1' Street ........... Reading, Pa
MARLOVV, VV ILLIAM R.
1627 Jackson Street ..... .... B aIti1nore, 01d
MATTEN, NANCY L.
206 Jefferson BIvd. .... , , , Lincoln Park, Pa
ME R, D. .
44 E. N
208 E. 1
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R. D. N
510 E, U,
7'5 N. 111
M2 Main Q
SCHELL ' 'QI'
387 Pine Sl:
CHIIIQH Y J
Rea 'He Pa
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Rea U, P
r rn on P
West Lawn P
Hyde Park Readmg Pa
Seabrook N J
Yat ey 3
rooIrIyn N I
eaneclc N I
W Readme P
ea me P
tr Show P
ea me P
e U' P
VIATZ PERRY M
105 S Wyomrssrn Ave
R D No 5
VIILLER JOHN W
129 Sunset Road
906 A Hampden BIVCI
VIILLER SHIRLEY J
2614 N CaIvert Street
MORGAN ROBERT L
29 ITHITCIIIICI Ave
121 VV Jackson Street
MULL IRVIN W
106 VV 56tI1 Street
NAHM GEORGE D
1511 N 12th Street
NINIVAGGI JAMES R
528 Vrne Street
O CONNELL JAMES M
1015 IVIoss Street
ORLANDO SAMUEL P
1545 Perkromen Ave
PATRICIAN JOHN H
1407 N I2tI1 Street
528 CI1erry Street
44 E Monroe Street
PORTER HELEN CLAIRE
208 E IVIarIcet Street
POVVERS MARK J
119 W Greenwich Street
PULLIS HAMPTON A JR
2455 HrgI1Ia d Street
RABUCK CHARLES D
219 W Main Street
R D No 1
RAVITZ RACHEL M
1606 Perkromen Ave
REBER JAMES B JR
1157 Penn Ave
REED CLAIR W
510 E Unron Street
REICHLEIN ELAINE I
1714 PerIcromen Ave
REIDER EDWARD K
715 N llttt Street
527 Second Street
ROSS HELEN G
1227 CIeveIancI Ave
RUTH JOYCE IVI
956 N 11t.I1 Street
1115 N 12tIrt Street
SAYLOR FORREST R
412 IVIa1n Street
SCHEIB BARBARA L
550 N 12tI1 Street
SCHELL S ARLENE
SCHI EAR ERWINE J
587 Prne Street
Morrrs Parns N J
Elrzabeth N J
Sussex N J
SCHVK ART7 JEAN
1400 Perkromen Ave
49 I'IewIett Ave
1451 BrrcI1 Street
SEIDEL ERMA M
5629 Ridgeway Street
Sl-IOLLENBERGER EUGLNE K
521 N Front Street
SIEBER HELEN 'VI
254 N 12tI1 Street
SMII EY ARIANE
AIJraI1am LmcoIn Hote
SMITH BRYANT R
518 W IVIarIcet Street
SMITH IRVIN C
955 N 10tI1 Street
SNYDER DONALD G JR
5516 Ridgeway Ave
IVIerr1cIc L I N Y
SNYDER ELDON D West Sand Lake N Y
SNYDER JEANNE A
1609 IVI1neraI Spring Road ReacImg P
SNYDER THOMAS R
121 S 4th Ave VV RCHITIDQ Pa
SOI OMON IRWIN
I'IoteI St George 51 CIarIc Street BrooIcIyn N Y
846 Vverser Street
SPEICHER CHARLES W
524 Avenue B
155 Locust Street
STAVRIDES WILLIAM C
557 FTHHICIIH Street
R D No 5
SWAVELY LESTER E JR
109 WaInut Street
R D No 1
2249 E 21st Street
THOMAS RICHARD D
1147 N 9tI1 Street
THOMAS ROBERT R
718 Locust Street
HarcI1ng Road Box 106
117 Wrndsor Street
122 Jefferson Street
VOIG'I H WILLIAM
1519 IN 14tI1 Street
WALTER KARL F
R D No 5
VVEBER DALE S
1565 Locust Street
WENGER JOAN R
5 Oxford Ave
14 Chestnut Street
VVILDERMUTH GUY I
824 N 11tI1 Street
One Hundred Forty Irve
Brooklyn N Y
Vrneland N J
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VVITMAN, JACK HENRY
191 VV. IVIain Street ....,
WOLF, FRED C. JR.
144 Sixih Ave. S.
527 18tI1 Street ......
ANSBACH, MARK L.
1159 N. 15111 Street
BAILEY, DAVID P.
569 Norway Street .. .
BAIR, ROBERT A.
Park Crest ............
BALDAUF, RICHARD J.
224 VV:-1verIy Street ......
BALDWIN, WILLIAM C.
754 Madison Ave. .. ..
BATDORF, ROBERT L.
858 N. 11tI1 Street ...........
BAUMGAERTEL, G. GEORGE,
4701 Rising Sun Ave. ...... .
BAUSHER, RICHARD A.
1415 Gar1:ieId Ave. .... .
BAYLEY, JOHN T.
852 Pear Street ........
BEYERLE, STEWART M.
1548 IVIuIIJerry Street ....
BICKEL, DAVID K.
941 N. 5rd Street ....
BIRD, FRANK E. JR.
105 AIIen Street .....
BITLER, PAUL R.
204 Rose Street ........
BLOOM, SEYMOUR M.
1214 Eckert Ave. ..... .
BOTT. LAWRENCE M.
1212 Linden Street
BOVVER, GLENN L.
627 Ames Piace ....
BUYER. LILLIAN Cv.
958 Bircim Street ....
BRATFON, BEI IY J.
5025 Centre Ave. ..
BRAUN, JAMES R.
'544 N. 10111 Street .....
BRENNAN, DONALD J.
404 E. 1st Street .........
BRESLER, BEVERLY D.
512 Linden Street ......
BRETZ. CARL V.
R. D. No. 1 ........
BRUNO, DOMINIC R.
425 Eim Street ............
BURKHART, DOROTHY M.
I 518 Main Street .............
CHAMBERS, RICHARD K. .IR.
1022 Penn Ave. ................ .
CHANIN, DORIS J.
25 Centrai Park VV. .
. W. Reading, Pa.
. Adamstown, Pa.
St. Petersburg, Fia.
VVOODRING, LEONARD R.
818 N. Front Street .....
YOUNG, THOMAS G.
1208 N. Front Street ....
ZERBE, ROBERT W.
921 Pear Street .....
CHELIUS, ELIZABETH M.
Union City, N. J. 1122 Union Street ..... .
. . BarnesviIIe,
. . . Reading
. . . . Reading
. . . . PI1iIadeIpI1ia
CHELIUS, RAYMOND C.
210 I'IancocIt Bivd. ..... .
CHRISTMAN, JUNE M. E.
Main Street ...........
CIZEVVSKI, WALTER F.
244 Baiand Ave. ...... .
CLARK, MARJORIE A.
154 W. Oley Street ........
CLARKE, THOMAS L.
851 IVIt. Laurei Ave.
CLAWGES, WILLIAM S.
724 Locust Street ......
COLLEN. WILLIAM L.
R. F. D. No. l .......
COOMBS, JANET M.
.. Centerperi, Pe.
. Tempie, Pa.
AveriII Park, N. Y.
. . . . VVyomissing, Pa 1009 Park Ave. . . . . . . . . S. Tempie, Pa.
COOMBS, WILLARD B.
. . . Reading, Pa. 1009 Park Ave. .......... S. Tempie, Pa.
COSTENBADER, JOYCE M.
Reading, Pa. 819 Deiaware Ave. ..... Paimerton, Pa.
COURTNEY. M. ANN
.. . Reading, Pa. 408 Silerwood Street ..... . . SI1iIIington, Pa.
CUNNINGHAM, GRACE M
Netcong, N. J. 77 Hackensack Street ......... E. Rutilerford, N.. J.
DAVENPORT, SARAH A.
Reading, Pa. 507 Fran1cIin Street ...... Hamburg, Pa.
DEIBERT, JEAN A.
Reading, Pa. 25 BIargaretta Stl . .. .... ScI1uyIIciII I'Iaven, Pa.
DEIST, ROBERT P.
. . . . . . . Reading, Pa. 1802 EIizaIoetI'1 Ave. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LaureIdaIe, Pa.
DELEWSKI, LAWRENCE R.
Nfviniamspofti PH- 509 S. 15tI1 Street ..... A ..... .... R eading, Pa.
h DERSHEWITZ, IRVING
' ' ' ' ' Readmg' Pa' 2429 EndIicI1 Ave. . . . . Reading, Pa.
Som 4 P1 DETURCK, FERN E. ..... ..... O Iey, Pa.
me" " DEVINE, FRANCIS E.
Reading Pa 925 Butlonwood Street Reading, Pa.
' ' l ' ' DIAZ, ARTHUR
Birdsboro Pa' 11 E. Leiligil Street .... Coaidaie, Pa.
DOHNER, JOHN F.
-I ' Reading, Pa- 827 Washington Street .... .... R eading, Pa.
DOUTY, SHIRLEY L.
H 1 Nlarysvine, pa- 515 Park Ave. ......... ..... A Itoona, Pa.
Reading, Pa' 280 Piermont Ave. Nyack, N. Y.
DUFFY, EUGENE E.
, Birdsboi-0, Pa, 12 N. Broad Street I'IazIeton, Pa.
DUNLOP, ARTHUR H.
Wyomissing, Pa. Greenfieids ........... Reading, Pa.
EITZEL, ROBERT J.
New Yoric, N..Y. 1014 Eim Street .... .... R eading, Pa.
One Hundred Forty-six
- 137 1
EMES, WILLIAM R.
6 Cambridge Ave. . . .
ENOCH, THOMAS J.
555 S. SterIey Street .. .
ERTIEL. DONALD A.
1101 N. 9tI1 Street ....
ERVIN, JAMES A.
1446 Moss Street .........
FAUSNAUGHT, JOHN T.
104 Grand Street .......
FEELEY, JAMES D.
207 VV. Coal Street .......
FISHER, MARGARET C.
647 TuIpeI1ocIcen Street ....
FLICKINGER, JOHN VV. JR.
215 Spruce Street .........
FRANTZ, VVILLIAM T.
158 Broad Street ..........
FRIEDMAN, EUGENE H.
2554 CumI:terIand Ave. . . .
FROMUTH, JAMES C.
1224 Green Street .....
FUNK, ERVVIN D., JR.
1455 GarfieId Ave. . . . .
50 Arlington Street ......
GEIGER, CHARLES W.
Pine Street ...........
GOOD, ELMER L.
246 Front Street .....
GOUNDER, JACK B.
205 Brotmst Street ....
GREEN. CALVIN E.
77 Park Road ...... . . .
GREEN, CHARLES R.
217 Center Street ......
GULDIN, HOVVARD J.
1606 N. 12tI1 Street . . .
GUSS, MARK T.
951 OIey Street ...........
HACKENBERRY, J. RICHARD
104 Logan Street .........
I-IAGGLUND, LAURA I.
4045 GIencIaIe Street
HALLER, DONALD F.
1655 CI1isIett Street ....
HALPRIN, ARTHUR E.
8 WBSBIJIIFH PI. ..... .
HARNLY, ALBERT E.
1519 GarI:ieId Ave. ..
HARRIS, ETHEL D.
106-18 Liberty Ave.
HEBERLING, RICHARD L.
18 N. 25tI't Street .........
HENDRICKSON, EARL B.
1415 Hampden BIvd.
HENRY, THOMAS E.
HESS. GEORGE E.
2058 Reading Ave. .
HILL, ETHEL M.
157 E. Penn Ave. ..... .
HOFFMAN, ROBERT B.
1409 Linden Street ......
HUGHES, ROBERT J.
227 Brotxst Street .......
HUMMER, GEORGE B.
1005 S. Queen Street . . .
. . . . LincoIn Park, Pa.
. . . . SI1iIIington, Pa.
. . . . Reading, Pa.
. . . . DanviIIe, Pa
. . . . . . VV. Reading. Pa.
.. . VViIIiamstown, Pa
. . . . . Reading, Pa.
. . . . Reading, Pa
.. . Vvyomissing, Pa
Amsterdam, N. Y.
Vvyomissing Hills, Pn.
.. Philadelphia, Pe.
. . . PittsIJurgI1, Pa
Cnldwell. N. J
. . . Vvyomissing, Pa
. . . . . Reading, Pa
. . . . . . Reading, Pa
. . . . StonersviIIc, Pa
W. Lawn, Pa
. . . . . Reading, Pa
HUTCHINSON, WILLIAM K.
1024 N. 5tt1 Street ...,...,.. ...... R eading,
JOHNSON, SHIRLEY L.
49 Barney Street ....... VViIIces-Barre,
JOHNSON, WINIFRED L.
1211 Gregg Ave. ....,.. .... R eading.
KAEBNICK. WARREN W.
447 VV. Main Street .... .... S omerset,
KAESE, VVERNER E.
9tI1 8 Windsor Streets BerIcsI1ire I'Its.,
KANE. THOMAS G.
1017 N. 4tI1 Street .... .... R eading,
KAST, BARBARA D.
118 S. I'IopIcins Street ..... Sayre,
KEENER, GEORGE W.
827 McKnigI1t Street ..... .... R eading,
KEPHART, HARRY M.
595 N. Evans Street .... Pottstown,
KIDD, THOMAS I.
555 VV. VVaInut Street .... .... S ItiIIington.
KILLIAN, CALEB L., III
525 IVIcKnigt1t Street .... .... R eading,
KOCH, RICHARD H.
107 Revere BIvd. LincoIn Park,
KOHL. KENNETH K. -
508 S. Sterley Street .... .. SI1iIIington,
KOPP, LAMAR W.
550 VV. Cottage PIace ..... ....... Y orIc,
KOSKULITZ, BERNARD S.
116 Putnam Street ........ .... VV . I'IazIeton,
KOSTRAB, JOHN F.
65 Sheridan Street .... VViIIces-Barre,
KRECKER, BRUCE D.
54 First Ave. ........... . . . Red Lion,
KRIEBEL, OSCAR S., JR.
420 Derstine Ave. ........ ...... L ansdaIe,
KROENIC, FRANK J., JR.
504 FranItIin Street ..... VV. Reading,
KUBISEN, JOSEPH S.
2601 E. CIearI:ieId St. . PI1iIadeIpI1ia,
KURTZ, ELVA M.
610 Byram Street ............ Pennside, Reading,
LANDIS, RICHARD A.
R. D. No. 1 .......... ..... N VernersviIIe,
LEVAN C. VVILLIAM
7 E. EIm Street ...... .. SI1iIIington,
LEWIS, VVILLIAM F.
1404 Fern Ave. .................... Reading,
1517 Vvayne Ave. ....... ..... Y orIc
959 N. 10tIm Street ....... .,.. R eading,
LOCKNER, ARTHUR VV., JR,
5814 Vvinner Ave. .......... .... B aItimore,
LOYER, C. HERBERT
544 Second Ave. ........ .... H anover,
LYMAN, MARJORIE A.
806 VVestmoreIancI Ave, , NorIoIIc,
MACLATCHIE, VIVIAN M.
4822 Kutztown Road ..... ..... T empIe
MALINOWSKI, WALTER L.
226 N. Vvest Street .. ..........
MALLOW, RICHARD D. ..... Stony Creek Mills
MARACANI, JAMES P.
525 E. CranI'Jerry,Ave. ............. I'IazIeton
MARQUETTE, JOHN B., JR.
429 Oak Terrace ................ VV. Reading,
One Hundred Forty-seven
MATTER, HAROLD E.
Box 97 ................
MCFARLAND, DOROTHY M.
757 N. FranIcIin Street
MCKENNA, JOHN J.
115 CoaI Street .......
MCKINNEY. ROBERT E.
216 Muitmerry Street ........ . .
MCLAUGHLIN, ALMA R.
95 Freedom Ave. ....... .
MECH, FREDERICK G.
5401 Gough Street ......
MELLINGER, MARY JANE
520 Gregg Street ........
MENGEL. JAMES L.
1158 Perry Street .....
MERCIER, ALFRED R.
87 E1ICins Street ........
MESSER, RICHARD J.
. . Loyaiton,
. . . Reading
. . . .... BaItimore,
. . . . Reading, Fa
FranIcIin, N. H
847 Muhientnerg Street ..... .... R eading, Fa.
MEST, AROBERT R.
821 Wainut Street .... Reading, Fa.
MILLER, JANICE M.
817 CaIcIweII Ave. ..... .. Portage, Fa.
MILLER, ROBERT VV.
112 Endiich Ave. ..... . Mt. Penn, Pa.
MOERDER, HAZEL K. ..... ..... N ew RinggoIcI, Pa.
MORFY, ANTHONY E.
605 Raitroad Street ...... ..... T amaqua, Pa.
MORGAN, G. BEVERLY
407 PaImer Street ........ . . . Fiymouth, Pa.
MOSER, ROBERT E.
49 Main Street ........ .... L eesport, Pa.
NACE, JAIVIES R.
524 VV. FhiIadeIphia St. ........ ....... Y orIc, Fa.
NEUROTH, A. FREDERICK, JR.
580 Sunset Road ............... VV. Reading, Pa.
OXENREIDER, ELVVOOD J.
Box 5 .............................. TempIe, Fa.
PATT, JOHN F. .............. Stony Creek MiIIs, Pa.
PEDOTA, CIRIACO F.
221 Liherty Street ....... .... L ong Branch, N. J.
PIERCE, PATRICIA A.
125 Spring VaIIey Road . .. ....... Tempie, Pa.
PLYIVIYER, EDWARD J.
Penn Ave. ....... West Lawn, Pa.
200 N. 10th Street ...... .... R eading, Fa.
RAEZER, STANLEY F.
651 Weiser Street .... .... R eading, Pa.
REBER, BRUCE A.
1112 N. 15th Street . . . ...... Reading, Pa,
22 I'IiIIcrest Ave. .......... .... F hiIacIeIpI1ia, Pa.
REIMSNIDER, BEVERLY A.
R. NO. 1 .............. . . , Hanover.
REIN. CLETA J.
502 Cieveiand Ave. . ............. MiIton, Fa.
REISS, EARL F.
401 Fairview Street ...... Hyde Vitia., Reading, Fa.
RESIDE, JOHN P., JR.
1525 Liherty Street .......... Harrisburg, Pa.
REYNOLDS, E. JANE
710 Enderiy Drive .... Aiexandria, Va,
RHOADS, CHARLES D.
2525 Fairview Ave. ....... Mt. Penn. Reading, Pa.
RICKENBACH, STERLING S.
R. D. No. 1 ............
. . ....... Reading, Fa
RIEMONDI, VVILLIAM H. .... .... O Iey VaIIey, Fa
ROLAND, DAVID H.
1508 N. 12th Street ......
ROLAND, FREDERICK H. P.
1508 N. 12th Street .........
ROLAND. RICHARD B.
617 N. Front Street ....
RONEY. JANE P.
Fairfield G Chester Roads
96 E. 59th Street ............
ROTHERMEL, RICHARD L.
125 N. Richmond Street ..
ROWE. JOHN W.
57 Chestnut Street .......
506 Elm Street ........
SAVAGE, BETTY M.
R. D. No. 1 ............
SCHAEFFER, GERALD D.
158 South 8th Street .....
SCHARTEL, ALBERT P., JR.
1116 Greenwich Street . . .
SCHIEFER, HARRY P.
925 Birch Street .......
SEISLER, EDVVARD P.
1451 Birch Street ......
SHELLEY, DONALD E.
57 S. Vvyomissing Ave. ..
SIMON. VVILLIAM H.
1414 Gartieid Ave. ..... .
SMOLINIK, STANLEY J.
1701 Cotton Street .....
SNOOK, JOHN E.
401142 VaIIey Street ....
SONEN, RALPH P.
509 Spring BIvd. ....... .
STAPLETON, ROBERT H.
1557 N. 11th Street .......
STECH. BRUCE R.
. . . Reading, Pa
Paterson. N. J
.. . Reading, Pa.
. . . Reading. Pa.
. . . Reading, Pa.
. . . Reading, Fa.
. . . Reading, Pa.
. . . Shiiiington, Pa.
.. . Wyomissing, Pa.
.. . Reading. Pa.
. . . . . Lewistown, Pa.
Tarpon Springs, Fla.
511 Madison Ave. ....... Hyde Crest, Reading, Pa.
STEELY, STEWART L.
49 KeppeI Ave. ................... VV. Lawn, Pa.
STEVENSON, DONALD R.
1555 N. 10th Street ......
STEWART, RICHARD C.
418 N. 6tI1 Street .....
STOUDT, EUGENE J.
- R. D. No. 1. Box 1552 .....
STOUDT, RALPH J.. JR.
STREMBA, WILLIAM R.
505 S. 5rd Street .........
STRICKLER, PATRICIA A.
SVVAVELY, J EANNE L.
979 New HoIIand Road ....
SWEETAPPLE. RONALD A.
120 N. Front Street .......
1614 N. 15th Street ......
TAYLOR, ROBERT B., JR.
. . . Reading. Pa.
. . . Reading, Fa.
. . . Reading. Pa.
MiIford, N. J.
. . . Reading. Pa.
. . . Sheridan, Pa.
. . . Reading, Pa.
. . . FranIcIin, Pa
. . . Reading, Fa
5 Fritztown RCI. ................. Lincoin Park, Pa
TEMPLETON, THEODORE C.
450 South 5th Street .......... ..... R eacting, Fa
THOMPSON, JOYCE A.
1624 Deiaware Ave. .... Wyomissing, Pa
One Hundred Forty-eight
R. D. 1
EV 656 C01
G '04 w.
TONKIN JANET G
76 Heck Ave
ULRICH EUGENE R
229 VV IVIa1n Street
515 Second Street
VAI ENZA BARBARA R
507 Garden Street
VANHOUTEN ROBERT J
605 Vrne Street
VOIGT ALVI O
1519 N 14t11 Street
VOIGT DAVID Q
1519 N 14t11 Street
WAGNER KENNETH A
1 Oxford Ave
WAGNER VVILLIAM A
212 Brotmst Street
VVALKER WILLIAM P
840 VV CoIIege Ave
AUGE KENNETH G
58 State Street
BEAVER JAMES W
1545 Dauphin Ave
BENE-VIT EARL W
1110 Chestnut Street
BITLER WILLIAM E
407 E 1st Street
BOXNERS RICHARD D
531 N 2nd Street
BOYER 'THOMAS K
430 S 15tI1 Street
BURKEY RICHARD C
5428 ArImgton Street
BUSH LEGRAND E JR
505 H111 Ave
R D No 1
CORRIGAN ROBERT M
COTE LEONARD G
2254 Northmont BIvd
DAVIS WILLIAM J
107 Perkasle Ave
1042 N 10111 Street
DUNITZ HOWARD I
1500 A1sace Road
EVANS JAMES K
656 Center Ave
EVANS JOHN R
1507 Bern Street
FIELD ROBERT R
826 Madison Ave
FREDERICK RAY E
104 VVasI1rngton Ave
GATTER LEONARD E
530 If IVIt Airy Ave
HANGEN IAMES A
217 CI1apeI Terrace
556 Center Ave
Ocean Grove N J
Vtount Holly N J
VVERLEY IOI-IN D
1550 N 15111 Shoot
WESNER WILLIAM L
928 SoutI'1 5rd Ave
VVHITE I-I Donald
120 Redwood Street
YEAKEL JAMES W
143 Monroe Ave
YOCUM JOYCE A
200 Perkasre Ave
BOCUM JOHN W
911 N sth Street
YOST GEORGE A
R D No 1
ZERVANOS AI EXIS J
519 Sunset Road
7I'VIMERMAN HAROLD L
5 50 Duke Street EpI1rata
ZITZMAN MANFRED S
1755 PortIand A e VV Wyomrssrng
Read m g
Read m g
Green HIHS House R D N
HART HARRY L
R D No I
HOOPES DARI INGTON JR
1521 Greenvlew Ave
KAKOS FRANK S
1417 N 15tI1 Street
KARPFN VVII LIAM
141 Pear Street
KEARNEY JOHN M
1911 EI1zaI9etI1 Ave
KING MARTIN L
1180 E. 04th Street
KOENIG EARL C
I ERC1-I CONSTANCE N
LEVVIS PHILEMAN L
1515 H111 Road
PRINGLE MARGARET L
RIEGNER P1-111113 A
036 I'Iam1Iton PI
RITFENHOUSE JAMES R
R D No 1
SCHELL RICHARD R
107 South 6t11 Street
SEIP WARREN R
SHEETZ NICHOLAS J
440 XKXIIIIJSOI' Street
SHELLABEAR WILLIAM H
524 N 5111 Sweet
SHERMAN RICHARD B
1510 IVT1neraI Spring Road
SHINE WILLIAM E
R D No 1
VAN I IEVV LEOIN T
116 SoutI1 4tt1 Street
VVOMMERT SHIRI EY L
BrooIcIyn N Y
Stony Creek IVIIIIS
501 Ersenbrown Street Hyde Vllla Readrng
505 NV E1m Sheet St11II1ngton
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ln acknowledgement of tliose persons wbo bave so generously contributed to
tlle first of a new line of annual publications.
ancl Mrs. William F. Abrams . .l'liclcsville, l... l., N. Y.
R. F. Albright ......
and Mrs. Clarence E. Angstaclt
and Mrs. D. P. Bailey .......
. . . . .Sl1illington, Pa
. . . . . . .Reading, Pa
. ....... Yorlc, Pa
. . . . .Sb.illington, Pa
. .Pl1iladelpbia, Pa
.. .Mt. Pleasant, Pa
.. . . . .Reacling, Pa
VV. l'l. Bilinslci ........ Mt. Vernon, N. Y
Edwin A. Binder ..... Farmingdale, N. Y
. . . .Netcong, N. .l.
. . . . . .Reacling, Pa
Howard Bollinger ....... Aquasliicola, Pa
Jolm Baldaui ........ .....
Albert E. Ball ..............
and Mrs. George Baumgaerrel, Sr.
and Mrs. William Beal, Sr. . . .
and Mrs. Van D. Bennett .... .
Franlc E. Bird ............
and Mrs. Artliur Bloom ....
Harold R. Bergstrom ..... West Lawn, Pa
lrwin Bower .......... Williamsport, Pa
Adam F. Bl'llSCl'1 ...... Vvest Reading, Pa
R. Burnett ........... Farmingdale, N. Y
.lobn W. Cattermole ..... Royersiorcl, Pa
.lobn E. Cooper .....,...... Reading, Pa
Gordon Cunningbam, HE. Rutlxerford, N. rl
C. R. Douty ............... Altoona, Pa
L. Ebbert ..... .... VN 7yomissing, Pa
F. Stuart Felir .............. Reading, Pa
Franlclin Felter ..... Ridgefield Parlc, N. rl
Russell W. Frederick ...... Sliillington, Pa
Samuel G. Fry ....
rl. Gable .......
Robert W. Glass ..
Raymond H. Good
Morris Green .............
. . . . . .Reacling, Pa
. . . .Sl1illington, Pa
. . . . . . .Adamstown, Pa
. . . .West Reading, Pa
. .New Yorlc, N. Y
Walter W. l'laller ......... Pittsburgb, Pa
Robert Vvm. Harris
Leon Heberling . . .
l. S. Henry ..... .
Bruce D. Hoffman
Etliel Hoppaugll ........
and lvII'S .
Harry House ..
Earl I-lllbel' .......
George A. Hummer
Harry A. .lolmson
Robert H. .lolmson .
. . .Ozone Parlc, N. Y
New Berlinville, Pa
. . . . .Caliion, N. rl
. . . . .Broolclyn, N. Y
.Vvest Reading, Pa
. . . .Sl'uillinglon, Pa
.... . . . .Reacling, Pa
. . . . . .Willces-Barre, Pa
........ .l..eesport, Pa
Mrs. Elizabetb'A. Krim .....
malcing tbis CUE
. .West Lawn. Pa.
. . . .Sl1illington, Pa.
. . . .l..emoyne, Pa.
. . . . . .Reacling, Pa.
..Lincoln Parlc, Pa.
. . . .l..aureldale, Pa.
. . . .l..ansclale, Pa.
. . . .Baltimore,
. . . .Sl1illington, Pa.
Farmingdale, N. Y.
. .Farmingdale, Pa.
. . . . . . . . .l.oyalton, Pa.
Frank VV. Mccleary ..... Harrisburg, Pa.
. . . . . . .Catasauqua, Pa.
. . . . . . .l..aureldale, Pa.
Vvest Reading, Pa.
New Ringgold, Pa.
. . . . . . . .Boonton, N. rl.
. .... Plymoutb, Pa.
. . . . . . . . . .Reading, Pa.
. . . . . .Reading, Pa.
... . . . . .XfVarren, Obio
Malxanoy City, Pa.
Malcolm Price .......... Mt. Carmel, Pa.
. . . . . .West Lawn, Pa.
lvan W. Reed ...... Scbuyllcill Haven, Pa.
Harold l'l. Reeser ............ Reading, Pa.
Lambert H. Rebr .... ..... R eading, Pa.
Harry Rosen ............ Paterson, N. J.
Wilford M. Scliappell ...... Reading, Pa.
New Yorlc City. N. Y.
l'l. l... Snyder ............... Reading, Pa.
lvlorris J. Solomon .. .... Brooklyn, N. Y.
. . . .l..ancaster, Pa.
. . . . .Franlclin, Pa.
. . . . .Reading, Pa.
. . . .Vineland. N. J.
Walter B. Tbompson . ..... Reading, Pa.
Lloyd H. Van Houten ....... Berwiclc. Pa
and Mrs. C. lden Kidd .. .
. Cora E. Kimmel ........
and Mrs. A. A. Kissinger .
and Mrs. Howard E. Kocli .....
and lVlrs. Warren l'l. Kocbel
and Mrs. Oscar S. Kriebel ....
. and Mrs. Clrarles C. Kyle .
and Mrs. Homer R. LeVan .....
. C. l..oel1rs ............. .....
William C. Loebrs .......
and Mrs. VVm. E. Matter
and Mrs. Tbomas McKittriclc
and Mrs. Wm. F. Miller, Jr.
and Mrs. Wm. Z. Miller ....
and Mrs. Claude E. Moerder
and Mrs. Paul Morfogen
and Mrs. Winfield S. Morgan, Jr
and Mrs. Alfred rl. O'Neill . .
. Rosalind B. Painter ....
and Mrs. H. S. Pierce .
and Mrs. Albert Porter .. .
and Mrs. Hampton A. Pullis
ding Street and Railway Company
and Mrs. Herbert Silberman . .
and Mrs. Oliver J. Scliwartz
and Mrs. F. A. Sweetapple
and Mrs. Benjamin Taub
and Mrs. C. B. Tbompson .
Une Hundred Fifty
Arnulf Woerle ............ lVlt. Penn, Pa
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M. W. BAMFORD, INC. Reading Ice Cream CO.
flpothecaries The Peer of Them All
8 S- STH ST- READING, PA. 551-555 N. 10TH STREET READING, PA.
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227 N. 10TH ST. READING, PA.
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MEN'S BOOT SHOP . . . 448 PENN
Bellevue Surgical Supply CO.
153 NORTH STH ST. READING, PA.
The Place to Meet .... to Eat
Mr. and Mrs. B. Taub Sc Sons
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Enterprise Furniture Factory A FRIEND
For 70 Years
THE SMARTEST LOOKING GRADUATES HAVE
428-444 PENN SQ., READING, PA.
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COR. 9TH AND PENN STREETS
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418 NORTH NINTH STREET 'Hits the Spot
Phone 2-6563 Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co.
COMPLIMENTS OF Compliments of
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Thomas Jefferson Tea Room
Caterers to Weddings, Class, .Social or Or- Compliments of
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Accommodations for 8 to 70 Guests
524- FRANKLIN STREET READING, PA.
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M. J. MUCHNICK
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