Ambler High School - Pinnacle Yearbook (Ambler, PA)
- Class of 1931
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Text from Pages 1 - 68 of the 1931 volume:
The R-Ambler Edition
The Class of l93l
Ambler High School, Ambler, Pa
opened the R Ambler
ust Ilke you
bowed to the Faculty
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admlred the Classes
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Jolned the Organlzatlons
cheered for Athletree
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emrled at uruor I-hgh Sehool
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thanked all the patrons
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We, the members of the Class of
l93l, dedicate this Mother Goose
Edition of R-Ambler to our Senior
Class advisor, Evelyn R. Kulp. The
influence of her sincere interest, pa-
tient guidance and inspiring leader-
ship will always continue in our
lives, even as the memories of child-
hood nursery rhymes ever live in
"One ship dtrives east, another drives west,
With the self-same winds that blow.
'Tis the set of the sails and not the gales
Which tells us the way they go."
During the years spent in Elementary School and in High School you
have acquired certain knowledge, skills, and abilities. We trust the knowledge
you have attained will serve as an honesvt' guide in helping you to chart the
course of life. May the forces of a good character and a determined ambition
aid you in setting the sails of your ship so that you will reach your goal and
render to your Country a life of useful service.
May your interest and loyalty to Ambler High School prompt you and
urge you frequently to retrace your steps to the halls of your Alma Mater, and
in so doing, who knows whom you may inspire with a greater ambition to
We extend our heartiest congratulations and best wishes to the members
of the Class of l93l. Ambler High will miss you. Your splendid spirit of
initiative and co-operation, your whole-souled enthusiasm for the right, your
determination to carry to ever higher levels of achievement the standards of
Ambler High, challenge the best efforts of future classes.
As in the magic of memory you recall the friendships of the classroom,
the loyalties of teammates, the pride and joy of outstanding accomplish-
ments on track and Held and stage, may you realize that life's richest treasures
are touched with the quality of eternity. ln life may you be true to the best
traditions of your class. May success to you mean not only material gain,
but "keeping always in closest touch with all that's fine: looking up to the
stars above, and drinking deeply of life and love."
Mr. Duncan, Mr. Drumm, Mr. Kunsman, Mr. l-larkins, Mr. Hunsicker, Mr. Meyers.
Mr. Kerschner, Mr, Milspaw, Miss Donmoyer, Miss Kulp, Miss Coyle, Miss Potteiger, Miss
Gear, Mr. Baker, Mr. Fisher.
Miss Marple, Miss Barr, Miss Boyles, Miss McHenry, Miss Abrahams, Miss Snyder,
Miss Bork, Miss Kelly.
From Geary's good old English, and Baker's cutting up,
We'll think of Duncan's history and Meyer's triangle cut.
Who was it that kept the typists busy, all in a row?
Why, Kulp and Barr, the eHicientg l guess. we ought to know.
Then of course there's Boyles and' Drumm, and good times spent in gym,
From there we smelled lMiss Abraham's meals, and ohl how we did grin!
Then, too, there's Miss Potteiger's art and I-lunsicker's carpentry, too,
With Miss Bork's dramatics they show our plays to you.
Miss Snyder and Mr. Milspaw, their sticks they often raise,
But just to lead in song and band-we give them all due praise.
Miss Kelly's the faithful lady who asks why we are late,
Then we're sent to Mr. Kerschner where we always hear our fate.
Misses Donrnoyer and Coyle, the junior High they teach,
Also Kunsman and Harkins whose high marks pupils reach.
The garcon and fllle, we'll remember, the dans and the en of French,
With Miss McHenry helping, the Francais language we quench'd.
Mr. Fisher, our supervising principal, a fact we know is true,
Gives dictation to Miss Marple and helps the seniors through.
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Robert Russell was a merry old president
And a merry old president was he,
And he called for silver,
And he called for green,
Class colors, and for helpers three.
Royal Mattison was a fine vice-president,
And a Fine vice-president was he,
And he called for pep,
And he called for a dance,
And he called for his helpers three.
Leo Diehl was a sedate secretary,
And a very sedate secretary was she,
And she called for her pen,
And she called for her ink,
And she called for her helpers three.
Miriam Whitcomb was a jolly treasurer,
And a very jolly treasurer Was she,
And she called for her dollars,
And she called for her change,
And she called for her helpers three.
And every helper, he had a Fine time,
And a very fine time had he,
"Hurrah," said the faculty,
"Hurrah," said the class,
"F or the president and helpers three!"
EDITH .-XMEY "Edie"
"Little Anne Etticoat,
In a white petticoat,
And a red noseg
The longer she stands,
The shorter she grows."
R-Ambler Staff C45g Class Program Cl, 25: Eti-
,quette Club C153 Shop Club Cl, 25g Pep Club 115,
HERBERT R.-XUDEX AMEY, JR. "Joe"
'Tm the head constable,"
Honor Society 13. 45: Class President 1l, 2, 35:
Student Council Cl, 3, 45: Vice President C35: Presi-
dent 145: Band Cl, Z, 3, 455 Leader C3, 453 Manager
14-5: Orchestra Cl, 2, 3, 45: High School Play 13, 453
Operetta Cast CZ, 3, 45: Football Cl, 3, 45: Captain
145: Basketball Cl, 2, 3, 45: Baseball Cl, 2, 35: Col-
legeville Chorus 12, 353 Bachelor Club 115.
BERNICE MARIAN ARNOLD "Bern"
"As Dolly was milking her cow one day,
Tom took out his pipe and began for to play:
So Doll and the cow danced 'the Cheshire rouncl,'
Till the pail was broke, and the milk ran on the ground,"
R-Ambler Staff C453 Operetta Chorus 13, 453 Class
Program C152 Athletic Association C352 Hockey C453
Gymnasium Exhibition CZ, 35: Collegeville Chorus C2,
355 Pep Club C155 Shop Club Cl5.
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FRANCES M. ARNOLD "Fi-tm"
"There was an olrl woman, as l'x'e heard tell
She went to market her meats for to sell:
She went to market all on a market day,
And she fell asleep on the king's highway."
R'-A1l1l1l0I' Siilff C432 Class Program C1, 2, 333 Ath-
letic Association C33 2 Senior Invitation Committee C43 3
Etiquette Club C133 Shop Club C13,
MILDRED BONSTEELE "Mibbs"
"Once I saw a little bird
Come hop, hop hop:
So I cried, 'Little bird,
Will you stop, stop, stop?'
And was going to the window
To say, 'How do you do ?'
When he shook his little tail,
And far away he flew."
Class Program C13: Shop Club C133 Etiquette Club
C135 Operetta Chorus C43.
BETTINA BRISTER "Bcttiv"
"Dickory, Dickory, dockg
The mouse ran up the clock
The clock struck one,
The mouse ran down,
Dickory, dickory, dock."
Class Secretary C131 Student Council C133 Secre-
tary C135 R-Ambler Staff C43g Chronoscope Stal? Cl.
233 Play C1, 2, 33: Operetta Chorus C1, 333 Class
Program Cl, 2, 3, 435 Athletic Association C1, 2, 33:
Gymnasium Exhibition CZ, 33: Etiquette Club Cl, 233
Shop Club C1, 23: French Club C23.
ALLEN BUZBY Al
"Dance little boy, dance up high,
Never mind, boy, mother is by."
R-Ambler Business Committee C455 Operetta Chorus
C3, 45: Bachelor Club C155 Science Club CI5.
GERTRUDE I. CAMBURN "Sparrow"
"There was a little girl, who had a little curl,
Right in the middle of her forehead.
When she was good, she was very, very good,
But when she was bad she was horridf'
Chronoscope Circulation Committee CZ, 3, 45: Class
Programs Cl, Z, 3, 455 Athletic Association Cl, Z, 355
Pep Club Cl5.
JOHN CASSIDY "Cassidy"
"The Knave of Hearts, he stole some tarts,
And with them ran away."
R-Ambler Staff C455 Ticket Committee for the Play
C3. 45: Operetta Chorus C3, 45: Class Program Cl, 2,
455 Athletic Association C255 Track Manager C45.
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JOSEPH CASSIDY "lov"
"Charley loves good cake and ale, a -
Charley loves good candy,
Charley loves to kiss the girls,
When they are clean and handy." ,
Chrouoscope Circulation Committee CZ, 352 Operetta
Chorus C3, 43: Class Program Cl, 435 Athletic Asso-
ciation C253 Collegeville Chorus C313 Science Club CU.
SALVATORE CATERISANO "Sum"
"Old King Cole was a merry old soul.
And a merry old soul was hey
And he called for his pipe,
And he called for his bowl, .
And he called for his liddlers three."
Operetta Chorus C3, 453 Class Program Cl, 453
Science Club Cljg Bachelor Club CID.
JANE COLGAN "l'ogna"
"The Queen of Hearts
She made some tarts,
All on a summer's day:
The Knave of Hearts,
He stole the tarts,
And took them clean away."
Student Council CZJQ R-Ambler Staff C45 3 Play C43 3
Ticket Committee for the Play Cil, 2, 37: Operetta
Chorus CZ, 335 Class Program C1, Z, 3, 43 :Athletic
Association CZ, 353 Gymnasium Exhibition C215 Eti-
quette Club Cllg Shop Club CZ, 33.
EDITH COLLINS "Edie"
"As I went through the garden gap,
Who should I meet but Dick Red-cap."
R-Ambler Business Committee C455 Operetta Chorus
Cl, 2, 35 : Class Program C45 1 Athletic Association 135 1
Basketball CZ, 355 Hockey CZ, 35: Track Q25g College-
ville Chorus CZ, 453 Spanish Club C252 Gymnasium
M.-XRIAN COMPTON d.lfUI'liHllZCv
"5Nhat is your fortune, my pretty maid.
t'My hair is my fortune, sir," she said.
l'Then I won't marry you, my pretty maid."
"Nobody asked you, sir," she said.
Transferred from Springfield High School C452
Junior-Senior Prom Committee 4353 Dramatic Club
CS, 455 Commencement Chorus 135,
MARY ANN CORREXTY "1lIury"A
"Mary, Mary quite contrary,
' How does your garden grow?
XVith silver bells and cockle-shells,
And pretty maids all of a row."
R-Ambler Staff C455 Operetta Chorus C3, 45: Class
Program Cl, 455 Gymnasium Exhibition 135: College-
ville Chorus C25g Shop Club U55 Pep Club 115.
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DANA L. DICKINSON "Dinah"
"One for the little girl that lives in the lane."
R-Ambler Staff C455 Chronoscope Circulation Com-
mittee C2, 35: Manager C452 Class Programs Cl, 2, 3,
455 Shop Club C155 Pep Club CI5.
"She that would thrive, rises at five."
Honor Society C3, 455 Secretary of Class 145.
Treasurer C25 5 Student Council C3, 45 5 Secretary C45 5
Chronoscope Staff CZ, 355 Editor-in-Chief C455 Oper-
etta Chorus C3, 455 Class Program Cl, 3, 455 Rings
and Pins Committee C455 Collegeville Chorus CZ, 355
Latin Club C355 French Club CZ, 355 Etiquette
JAMES DOUGHERTY "Doc"
"Little Jack Horner
Sat in the Corner."
R-Ambler Staff C455 High School Opcretta Chorus
CZ, 3, 455 Varsity Football Cl, 3, 455 Varsity Baseball
Cl, 2, 355 Gym Exhibition C2, 35
RUTH V. GREEN "Grccnie,'
"G0osey goosey gander
VVhither shall I wander?"
Honor Society C3, 43: Student Council C43: Chrono-
scope Staff C2, 3, 433 Chronoscope Business Commit-
tee C43 High School Operetta Chorus C2, 3, 433
Ticket Committee Operetta C331 Class Programs
Cl, 2, 43: Varsity Basketball C3, 43: Varsity Hockey
C3, 43: Manager C433 Varsity Track C3, 43: Gym Ex-
hibition C2, 33: Class Track Cl, 2, 3, 43: Athletic As-
sociation Cl, 2, 33: Collegeville Fashion Show C1, 33,
Collegeville Track Team C3, 433 Senior Invitation
Committee C431 Junior-Senior Prom Committee, 431
Shop Club C13.
WENDELL HIBSCHMAN "Winnie"
"Multiplication is vexation
Division is as bad,
The rule of three perplexes me,
And practice drives me mad."
High School Operetta Chorus C2, 3, 43: Class Pro-
gram Cl, 2, 3, 43 3 Varsity Baseball C13 : Varsity Track
C3, 43: Class Track CZ, 3, 433 Gym Exhibition Cl, 2,
3, 43 I Collegeville Contest Pole Vault C3, 43 3 Scientific
Club C233 Gym Club C3, 43.
MARY ELIZABETH HULETT "Bessie"
"Oh, dear, what can the matter be P"
Class Programs Cl, 335 Shop Club 113: Nature
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EDITH MOORE HUNT "Edie"
"Little Miss Muffet
Sat on a tuiTet."
Class Programs Cl, 353 Shop Club C151 Nature
WILBERT LANDES 'fBfff"
"Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall,
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall:
Not all the King's horses, nor all the King's men
Could set Humpty Dumpty up again."
High School Operetta Cast C353 Varsity Football
C151 Class Programs Cl, 453 Athletic Association CZ.
35 : Science Club C153 Shop Club C45.
JAMES LEONARD "Jimmy"
"Simple Simon met a pieman going to the fair,
Says Simple Simon to the pieman, "Let me taste your
R-Ambler Staff C453 High School Operetta Chorus
CZ, 3, 455 Class Programs Cl, 3, 45: Varsity Football
Cl, 3, 45: Varsity Basketball C3, 45: Varsity Baseball
Cl, 2, 3, 455 Class Track C2, 355 Gym Exhibition C353
Collegeville Chorus C2, 35.
CATHERINE MARIE LUXTON "Lucky"
"VVhat is your father, my pretty maid?"
"My father's a farmer, Sir," she said.
Class Program Cl, 43, Gymnasium Exhibition C231
Collegeville Chorus Cl3: Pep Club C135 Shop Club
CI3: Operetta Chorus C43.
"Jack be nimble-Jack be quick,
Jack jump over the candle stick,"
Student Council C132 Class Program C431 Varsity
Football Cl, 3, 43: Varsity Track C231 Captain C3,
43 3 Track Record, Broad Jump Zl' IMV C332 100-Yard
Dash 10.6 Seconds C333 Class Track Cl, Z, 3, 43: Col-
legeville Contest, Third Place Broad Jump C23: Broad
Jump Record 19' 10" C33: Third Place, 100-Yard
Dash C333 Bachelor Club Cl3.
ROY.-XL MATTISON "B0.w0c"
'tThere was an Owl lived in an Oak."
Honor Society C431 Vice-President of Class C433
R-Ambler Editor-in-Chief C431 Chronoscope Circula-
tion Committee C435 High School Play C3, 43: Ticket
Committee, High School Play C431 High School Oper-
etta Cast C3, 433 High School Operetta Chorus CZ, 33 Qt
Program Committee High School Play C432 Chairman,
junior-Senior Prom Committee C431 Scientific Club
C131 Bachelor Club C132 Gymnasium Club C3, 43.
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MARGARET JANE MEYERS "Fry"
"A dillor, a dollar,
A ten o'clock scholar."
Treasurer of Class C152 Chrouoscope Business Com-
mittee 145: Ticket Committee Play 4253 High School
Operetta Chorus fl, 2, 3, 45: High School Operetta
Cast 1155 Class Programs fl, 35: Athletic Associa-
tion fl, 2, 35g Nature Club Q15: Glee Club Q25.
DOROTHY MOLL "Dol"
"Kiss me asleep,
Kiss me awake,
Kiss me for
Dear NVillie's sake."
R-Ambler Staff C453 Secretary of Class f'l5: High
School Play fl, 25: Student Council U53 Ticket
Committee Play 145: Class Programs il, 45: Athletic
Association 11, 2, 35: Shop Club 415: Etiquette Club
Ql5g Junior-Senior Prom Committee f45.
CLARA E. MORRELL "Claire"
"Needles and pins,
' Needles and pins,
NVl1en a girl goes to school
Her trouble begins."
Chronoscope Circulation Committee 12, 3, 4.5: Ath-
letic Association fl, 2, 35: Gym Iixhihtion 1253 Class
Programs U55 Pep Club Ql5g Shop Club Ll5.
NORMAN R. MORTIMER "Heavy"
"Lazy Tom, with jacket blue."
Varsity Baseball C2, 333 Class Programs C433 Bach-
elor Club C133 Science Club C13.
DOROTHY LIVINGSTON NEWSOM "Dot"
"Hot cross buns, hot cross buns."
Honor Society C433 Varsity Basketball C2, 333 Cap-
tain C433 Varsity Hockey C2, 3, 433 Varsity Track Cl,
2, 3, 433 Class Track Cl, 233 May Day Festival-See
ond place 75 yard dash C331 Collegeville Contest-Re-
lay Cl, 2, 3, 431 Second place 80 yard dash C23
Third place shot put C333 50 yard dash record 6.2 sec.
C333 Gym Exhibition C2, 332 Class Programs C1, 33'
Etiquette Club C133 Shop Club Cl3.
ANNA E. POTTEIGER "Arzm'f'
"My little old man and I fell out
R-Ambler Staff C433 High School Operetta Chorus
C233 Chronoscope Circulation Committee C2, 3, 433
Gym Exhibition C333 Class Programs Cl, 2, 433 Pep
Club C133 Shop Club C133 Collegeville Chorus C2, 33
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ALBERTA ROESCH "Brrt"
"The rule .of three puzzles me,
And practice drives me mad."
Chf0110SC0DC Staff CU: Collegeville Chorus Q235
Shop Club fljg Pep Club CU. V
DOMINIC ROMENDIO "Lad"
"Little Boy Blue, come blow your horn."
Band LZ, 35: Varsity Basketball fl, 2, 315 Captain
C4Jg Varsity Baseball Q3, 435 Class Track tl, 2, 35:
Collegeville Contest Cllg Scientific Club Qljg Bachelor
Club Qljg Electrical Club QU
AUGUST ROTELLE "Gus"
t'The man in the wilderness asked of me,
How many strawberries grew in the sea."
Varsity Football C3, 43 5 Varsity Baseball C3, 45 : Sci-
erggilic Club Cljg Bachelor Club Cljg Operetta Chorus
ROBERT MONTGOMERY RUSSELL "Bob"
"I had a little dog, they called him Buff."
Honor Society C455 President of Class C455 Student
Council C455 Band Cl, 2, 3, 45 5 Chronoscope Staff C35 2
Associate Editor C455 High School Play C3, 455 High
School Operetta Cast C355 Class Program C3, 455
Athletic Association C355 Program Committee tor
High School Play C455 Debating Society C35,
EDVVARD J. SHIELDS "Ed"
"The longer I live the more full am I."
Student Council C155 Cheer Leader C15 5 Athletic
Association CZ, 355 Varsity Football Cl, 3, 455 Varsity
Basketball CZ, 3, 45 5 Varsity Baseball Cl, 2, 35 5 Captain
C455 Scientific Club C255 Gymnasium Club C3, 45 5
Operetta Chorus C45.
EDWIN M. SMITH "S1niHy"
"A man of words and not of deeds,
Is like a garden full of weeds:
For when the weeds begin to grow,
Then doth the garden overflow."
President of Class C155 Student Council Cl, Z, 3, 45 5
Cheer Leader C1, 2, 3, 45 5 Chronoscope Staff C2, 3, 45 5
Chronoscope Business Staff C355 High School Play Cl,
2, 355 High School Play Business Staff C155 High
School Operetta Cast C355 High School Operetta
Chorus CZ55 High School Operetta Business Staff C1,
255 Athletic Association CZ, 355 Manager of Varsity
Football CZ, 3, 455 Manager of Varsity Basketball Cl,
2, 3, 455 Manager of Varsity Baseball Cl, 3, 455 Man-
ager of Varsity Track C25 5 Scientific Club C15 5 Bache-
lor Club C155 Honor Society C45.
MARSHALL L.' SOLLIDAY ".lluslz"
"When I was a little boy,
I had but little wit."
High School Operetta Chorus 12, 43: Class Pro-
gram 1l, 3, 43: Athletic Association 11, 2, 33: Var-
sity Football 13, 43 : Varsity Basketball 11, 43 : Varsity
Track 133: High School High Jump Record 5'4" 133:
Collegeville Contest, Third Place High Jump 133,
MARGUERITE TALBERT "Pvg"
"Little Bo-Peep has lost her sheep,
And can't tell where to find them,
Leave them alone and they'll come home,
Dragging their tails behind them."
Orchestra 13, 43: R-Ambler Staff 143: High School
Play 143: High School Operetta Chorus 133: Class
"Twinkle, twinkle, little star."
Secretary of Class 123: R-Ambler Staff 143: Chron-
oscope Staff 13, 43: High School Operetta Chorus 12.
433 Athletic Association 11, 2, 33: Varsity Basketball
11, 2, 3, 43: Varsity Hockey 133: Captain 143: Gym-
nasium Exhibition 12, 33: Varsity Track 11, 2, 3, 43:
Broad jump Record 17'4Z4" 123: 80 Yard Dash Rec-
ord 9 8-10 Seconds 133: May Day Festival, First Place
Dash and Broad jump 11, 2, 33: Class Track 12, 331
Collegeville Contest, Relay 11, 2, 3, 43: FirSt Pl1lCC
Broad Jump 11, 2, 33: First Place, 80 Yard Dash 11,
2, 33: Honor Society 143. Z
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JOSEPH XYABESCZ "Jac"
"Hickety, pickety, my black hen,
She lays eggs for gentlemen."
High School Operetta Chorus 13, 45 3 Class Program
11, 35 g Athletic Association 125 3 Varsity Baseball 135 :
Gymnasium Exhibition 125: Scientific Club 115: Bach-
elor Club 115.
DOROTHY EILEEN NVHITE "Dot"
"I had a little doll,
The prettiest ever seen,
She washed up the dishes,
And kept the house clean."
High School Operetta Chorus 125g Athletic Asso-
ciation 125: Gymnasium Exhibition 1355 Collegeville
C110Fl1S 12. 353 Pep Club 115: Etiquette Club 115:
Shop Club 115
MIRIAM ALICE WHITCOMB "'Mimi"
"Hush, Allison, I pray you don't cry,
I'll give you some bread and milk by and by."
Treasurer of Class 145: R-Ambler Associate Editor
145: Chronoscope Circulation Staff 1453 High School
Operetta Chorus 13, 45g High School Play Ticket
Committee 145: Gymnasium Exhibition 135: College-
ville Fashion Show 12, 35: Shop Club 115: Honor
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A visitor to High School asked of me,
"How many Seniors can there be?"
I answered him as l thought good,
As forty-five rabbits as grew in the wood.
Hugh is nimble,
Hugh is quick' Twinkle, twinkle, little star!
Hugh leaps high, Eleanor, how do you jump S0 far?
ln the high jump pit.
The Green pig went to business.
The Newsom pig went for sports
The Cassidy pigs soughft a princess
The Amey pig liked all sorts.
Towler, Collins, Newsom, and Green Hickety, npickity, my dear jane,
The finest players on the team, She makes eyes for the gentlemen
When the Seniors go away, Gentlemen some eVeTY Cl-ay.
We'll wish that they were back to play. To hear what Jane has to say.
Three little children each have a key,
Leo Diehl, Ruth Green and Herb Amey.
They got this key because, you see,
Diehl always had her lessons done,
Green was always good in sports,
Ancl Amey's leadlership -always supports.
See, saw, Dorothy Moll,
"Daddy Long Legs" shall be her master,
She shall have but one practice a day.
Who could work any faster?
To Washington and Annapolis in Junior year we went,
And here among great interests three pleasant days we spent.
At Annapolis in Maryland, the first stop of the trip,
The midshipmen caused many a heart to go flip-flipty-flip.
Then back to Washington with its interests ever new,
Where we learnt the ins and ou-ts and just how money grew.
Three days heaped high with pleasure-and of value to be sure-
For full details see Mr. Meyers, the night watchman of the tour.
Pat-aacake, pat-a-cake, Ambler's men-
Get you a letter as fast as you can.
Play football and baseball' and basketball too,
Then wear your gold A on a background of blue,
There's Amey, Lynch, Shields, and Doc Dougherty,
Hugo, Rotelle, Houpt, Brown and Donnelly.
Leonard, Romano, Maclntire, Moore,
Hayman, Romendio Cfirst on the floor,
Solliday, Ronan-all letter-men
And Manager Smith gets all games that he can.
In baseball and track there are letter-men, too,
But the season's not here so what can we do?
The prospect of winning is good, so we hear:
For records, just read through the R-Ambler next year.
School, school go away, Heavy Mortimer's gone to sea,
- Bread and wine u on his knee
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ome again eptem er day' He ll come back with a captamcy
Little Marshall wants to play. Valiant Heavy Mortimer,
The '3l actors must stand on the stage, stage, stage,
While Miss Bork gives criticisms sage, sage, sage,
But when they are done, and if it be seen,
They'll dress all up, and act on the green.
Twenty-four clock, twenty-one clock, what time of day?
Three-five, three-five-off and away.
What is your duty, my pretty maid?"
"My duty's to act, sir," said"Peg".
What is your fortune, my pretty maid?"
Acting's my fortune, sir," said "Peg".
"Then l won't marry you, my pretty maid,"
"No one asked you, Bob," she said.
Salvatore, Salvatore, pudding and pie,
Studied Economics and found it dry.
When Duncan with questions began 4 ry,
Salvatore's mark became very high. Y
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ct, Herb, act, and sing, Herb, sing Dlckery, dickery dare,
That the class may have its credit. Hibschman flew in the air
That the town may take it 2 At Drumn's sound
And into applause make it, l-le must come down,
While '3l with your praise may ring. Dickery, dickery, dare.
Little Bob Russell, come say your lines,
The curtain's drawn, for you they pine.
Where is that naughty Russell boy?
Behind scenes, flirting, he's ever so coy.
Dance to the radio my little Juniors,
Dance to the radio my little Seniors,
You shall have a little prom in the little gym,
You shall have ta little prom if you are good and prim.
Rock-a-bye Seniors on the tree top,
Class day is coming, lessons will stop.
When you have diplomas, school books will fall
And off will go Seniors, records, and alll
Wilson likes little lVlarg'rite, her cheek is so warm
And if he don't hurt her, she'll do him no harm.
So don't pull her hair, nor drive her away.
For Wilson and lVlarg'rite gently must play.
Here we go through our Senior year
Our last year,
Our best year,
Here we go through our Senior year,
Leaving our records 'behind us.
This is the way we leave you all
Our old friends
Our new friends,
This is the way we leave you all
Leaving our records behind us.
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A is for artists the best of them all,
Edith and Frances and Jane, who is tall,
All the pictures they draw for this book,
When you get tired of readling, at them take a look.
B is for Buzby and Bonsteele, both start with a B,
If you are observant in the halls both you'll see.
C is for Collins and Compton who say not a word,
These girls follow proverbs-they're seen and not heard.
D is for Dana and Dorothy too.
Dorothy is happy and Dana is true.
E is for Editor, the chief of the staff,
When this book is finished how Royal will laugh!
F stands for fun, the chief aim and delight
Of Norman and Salvatore, morning to night.
Cl is for Green, an athletic star,
And also for Gertrude who talks above par.
H is for humor quite sure to be found,
When Bernice M. Arnold is hanging around.
I is for impact that th' opwponent feelsg
When Dougherty hits 'em the football line yields!
J is for jumpers like Towler and Lynch,
You may always feel sure they'll come through in a pinch
K stands for Katherine, Luckyis the nickname,
An ambitious senior whose work will bring fame.
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L is for Landis, a boy who is quiet,
But when it comes to airplanes he causes a riot.
M is for Margaret Meyers who's known
To travel quite widely and seldom stay home,
But Mary Correnty, her marks to revise,
Stays much at home and with study grows wise.
N is for Newsom, Dot's her first nameg
ln hockey and basketball she won her fame.
O is for oven, steaming and hot,
Hulett and Hunt are the ,cooks of our lot.
P is for Potteiger, a winsome wee miss-
She's always real jolly unless she's been kissed.
Q stands for the quest that Solliday creates.
The girls he has courted think he is great.
R is for Rotelle, a great lbaseball fan,
ln the Held you can find him with ball in his hand
S is for Smith, our cheerleader fine:
He brings to the players pep from the side-line.
T stands for twins, which are usually rare,
The Cassidy brothers sure make a line pair!
Their likes and their dislikes are mostly the same
But Joe passes John with food' as his aim.
U stands for up, over the topg see him gol
Our graceful pole-vaulter is Hibschman, you know
V stands for varsity three-letter men,
Amey and Leonard and Shields-three of them.
ln sports they're outstanding: football's their best game,
They won their three letters and brought the school fame
W's for Whitcomb and Wabescz and White,
Three little pupils 'both witty and bright.
X is for Expression the dramatic club shows.
.Leo gives monologues wherever she goesg
This interest in common have Marg'rite -and Bob,
And Betty Brister can make you both laugh and sob.
Y standis for "why" the questions we'll ask-
Why Roesch and Morrell are so quiet's a task!
They're never seen talking in classes or halls
And always are there when opportunity calls.
Z stands for zeal that Captain Romendio shows,
Wherever he leads, the team always goes.
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Rapp, Ottey, Hugo, Ronan, Rue, Acuff. ,
Brister, Suplee, Stout, Della Loggia, Caskins, Palermo, Maltin, Campbell.
Deck, Fisher, Delaney, Roesch, Houpt, Cassell.
Romano, Salata, jensen, Eckfeldt, Gelbert, Donnelly, Stillwagon.
Ely, Siedenburg, Meyers, Hibschman, Kern, Leonard, Dager, Fertsch.
Hurst, Rempp, Ward, Collins, Nice, Fluck, C. Mullin, Brumbaugh, Vandergrift, Mullin, Colmer,
M. Stout, Haff, Hibbs, G. Stout, Lutz, Boehner, Maclntire, Amey, Smith, N. johnson, Saxon.
Engle, Craft, Black, Morgan, Gerbrorr, Berwind, M. johnson, Saylor, DuBois, Ford.
The Class of 1932
Tell a tale of Juniors
So jolly ancl so free,
Next year they'll be Seniors
just like you and me.
Basketball was their game,
They helped in Football, too,
Took a hand in Baseball
just like a jolly crew.
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Rorer, Robinson, Stuart, Webb, Claville, Kern, Marchant, Fluck, Lear.
Brown, Buck, Dillon, R. johnson.
jones, Illingworth, Roberto, Hayman, Henry, Barbacow, Harper, Lowe.
Raaer, Hunsicker, Hoisington, Krause, N. Deck, Lindenfelser, Amey, Rose, Caterisana, Porter
Cullingford, Rossiter, Watkins, j. Signore, Keane.
McPherson, Troutmaxi, Worthington, l. jones, Steer. Jensen, Finney, E. Ziegler, B. Taylor S
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Stout, DiLello, Knott, Potteiger, Rau, Cohen, Miller, Menna, Eddicks. A. Ziegler, Fleck, Shutt.
Bartol, Hale, Deutsch, Petrove, Wooler, Dickinson, H. Ziegler, Potts, Michael, Gehman.
The Class of I933
There was a little Sophomore Class, so silly and so green,
Until one day they gave a play, the best we've ever seen.
And now these Sophomores are so proud,
Because their praises are sung aloud.
So here's to the Sophomores,
So brave and so true,
They always go forward -
And start something new.
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L onard, Wooler, D' hl P H A C B A
There was a Student Council,
Who carriedout the laws,
Who had so many victims,
F or heaving out spit-balls,
They gave them new erasers,
To polish up the seats.
Pres'dent Amey stood on guard,
To see they didn't cheat.
Mr. Frey, Weaver. Ely, Delaney, Mr. Milspaw.
Eckfeldt, Boehner, E. Amey, Arnold, Fisher, Rorer, F. Fluck, Siedenburg, LeRoy jones,
Berry. Lancaster, P. jones, Smith, Heath, Dull, E. jones.
Clayville, Kern, Webb, Angeny, Dager, Engle, Fluck, Hayward, Meyers, Norris, H. Amey
Half, Dillon, B. Amey, Saylor, Linde, Russell, Krebel, Romano, Vandergrift, Lutz, Rempp
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Little Boy Blue, come join the bancl,
Take your instrument up in your hanclg
Little Boy Blue, now blow your horn
Let your music give joy to the morn.
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Peg 0' My Heart
Jerry-"What would your father say?"
Peg-F"Sure, me fayther would say, 'Theres nothing half
so swate in life as love's young clream'."
Mrs. Chichester ................... ...................... H elen Ward
Footman ......... ...... A lfrecl Martin
Ethel Chichester .. ..... jane Colgan
Alaric Chichester .... ..... R ohert Russell
Christian Brent ....... .......... R oyal Mattison
Peg ..................... b ...... .... M arguerite Talbert
Montgomery Hawkes ......... James Gelbert
Maid ....................... ....... M arian Johnson
jerry ................. Q i - ...... Herbert Amey
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"lt is, it is a glorious thing to be a Pirate King."
Richard, a Pirate Chief .......... .................. ..................... H e rbert Amey
Samuel, his Lieutenant ............... ......... ..... ,I a mes Leonard
Frederic, a Pirate Apprentice ......................... .......... J ohn Delaney
Major-General Stanley, of the British Army ...... ........... R oyal Mattison
Edward, a Sergeant of Police ............................ ........ S alvatore Caterisano
Mabel, General Stanley's Youngest Daughter .............. Marian Engle
Kate l lHelen Brumbaugh
Edith General Stanley's Daughters ..... Betty Taylor
lsabel i lBetty Amey
Ruth, a Piratical "Maid-of-all-work" ...................................... Marie Rempp
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Whitcomb, Collins, Potteiger, M. Wolff, Rempp, Morrell, johnson, Meyers.
Cambum, Flower, Cohen, Brister, Wooller, Knight, Hallowell, E. Ziegler, Cehman, Ca l
Boehner, Amey, Smith, Diehl, Russell, Green, Towler, Hamilton,
The Chronoscope Staff ran down the hall,
The Editor-in-Chief was chasing them all.
None of her cries and none of her friends,
Could bring them all together again.
The paper was late,
For the press couldn't Wait,
So Leo hopes this lesson reporters will learn,
The staff must be quick and the editor firm
L onard, Buzby, john Cassidy, Dougherty,
A ey, B. A nold, Correnty, Colgan, Moll, Bri P 'g
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The Rambler Staff of '31
Set out to publish a book,
They tried to tell of all the fun
Ancl of all the work it took.
They Wrote in Mother Goose's style
Ancl one by one they made their rhyrneg
Slowly each one met his trial
And all were overcome in time.
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Mary Steer-Shot Put-Relay.
Mabel Dixon-50 Yd.-Relay.
Ruth Green-High Jump.
Laura Stevens-High jump.
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Manager Cassidy, Acuff, Donnelly, Diehl, Rossiter, Meyers, Coach Drumm.
Houpt, Maclntire, Mattison, Hibschman, Lynch, Cray, B rbacow, Solliday, Brister.
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Leonard, Buzby, Cassidy, Dougherty.
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There once was a little Junior High
Whose fame spread upward to the sky.
Those pupils were so very spry,
All other schools seemed very dry.
Ding, dong, dell,
Who rang the bell?
Here are seven home-room presidents
Who manage very well.
In Room 2 there was .an election,
Georgian Mulligan was the selection.
Since she led them their troubles through,
Her class now knows she is true blue.
Here's as busy a home room "June Houipt, June Houpt
Un Junior Highl as can be, How does Room I2 act?"
If you will look around you, "They're quite young, sir,
Nicholas Pufli you'll see. And do very well, in fact."
l'll sing you a song, though not very long,
About Home Room One.
Midge Reiner is the president there
And as a leader is more than fair.
Heinz Wolf was a home-room president
Who worked a banner for to win.
And when 25 won that banner,
The school roared loudly with their din.
l'll tell you a story about Rose Romano
And now my story's begun.
l'll tell you another about Room Zl
And now my story is done.
See, saw, Margery Daw,
I4 has had a good master.
Warren Rose- worked for many a day,
But still he's going to work faster.
There was ra little junior High
And it was wondrous wise.
lt gave an' operetta
Would open both your eyes.
And when it saw how good it was,
With all its might and main
It settled down to class work
To make good marks again.
ul clon't see how you do it!"
Night Watchman ........................................ Claude Kalb
Don Manuel .... ........ A lbert Hurst
juan ............... ....... W alter Pearce
Bartolo ........... ..... E lwood Adams
Donna. Cyrilla .... ........ .I ean Evans
Don Lorenzo ...... ...... H einz Wolff
Tona ............. ............ ,I ohn Dull
Carlos ......... . . ........... Raymond Shea
Zaicla .................... .............. lVl arie Hamilton
Don Grancleoso ...... ...... W alter lVlacl..aughlin
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Pulli, Lower, Hamilton, Rose.
Lancaster, R. Romano, Milligan, Dixon, Houpt, Shutt, Reyner, Houghton.
Mr. Baker, A, Romano, H. Wolff fPres.l, Stillwagon lSec.J, lVl. Wolff, Miss Gear,
Waterman, Arnold, Burroughs, Lusky, Hurst, Parker, Patterson, Burrell,
Lowe, Queenan, Worthington, Green, Krisan, Fluck, Lutz, jacobs, Nlaclntyre.
Morgan. Margargal, Evans, Hallowell, Cohen, Sleath.
Black, Shelly, Kunz, Boccuti, Angeny, Hamilton, Deuchar, Urban, Flower, Campbell, Bussing,
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Wallace, Adams, Gibbs, Romano,
MacLaughlin, Roberto, Haggar, Hallowell, Brown, Roesch, Mallozzi, johnson, Schuler, Signore
Nelson, Dull, Jagger,
Gradin, Shelly, Cathers, Melograna, Urbach, Wabescz, Signore, Taylor, Smith, Palermo.
Busch, Wolff, Evans, Romano 1Pres.D, Shutt fSec.b, Smith, Stone, Mr. Baker.
Wood, Collins, Hickey, Palermo, Marincola, F. Zallo.
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Angeny, Gordon, Rotelli, Camasso, Minnick, johnson, Clark.
Thompson, Decembrino, Maupay, Gradin, Correnty, Mr. Harkins.
Pileggi, Lower lVice-Pres.J, Rose iPres.l, Pulli fSec.l, Plumley, Ciliberto.
Hayman, Undercoffer, McClellan, Scholz.
Cricium, Kriebel, Meyers, Davies, Lewis, l. jones, Fluck.
Colfax, Martin, Cohen, Heath, Harp, Berwind, DiLello, johnson,
Varese, Stackhouse, Dressler, Mortimer, Signore, Wybranski, Pizza, Gradin, Palermo.
Fox, Spencer, Reyner fPres.3, Amey lSec.i, Linde, Houghton, Miss Snyder.
Malsbury, Thompson, Dowling, Nlarincola, Harry.
Lochetto. jones, Landis.
Rotelli, Kelly, Hallowell. Miller, Robinson, Procopia, Urban,
Henry, Demario, Miss Donmoyer.
Vera, Decembrino, Pulli lPres.l. Russo fSec.l, Romano lVice-Pres.J, Rocchino.
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Hurst, Krisan, Dull, Captain Lusky, Fluck, Lamelza, Nlarincola.
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Johnson, Wolff Hurst, Mallozzi, Lusky, Roesch, Patterson, Dull.
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