Frankford High School - Record Yearbook (Philadelphia, PA)
- Class of 1927
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Reunion of Class of June 1927
May 17, 1952
MRS. JOHN JACKSON 123h W. 55th St.
BAILEY, EDWIN F.
BERNINGER, C. RUSSELL
BURRISS, JR., WALTON S.
CONN, s. HALL
COOK, EARL w.
FOTHERINGHAH, WK. R.
HENRY F. HILD
L . TURTON
H. C. MARCH
CHARLES FRLNPTON 7
MIRKIL LIGH T
GEORGE C. AVIS
HERBERT W. REISNER
G. HLROLD HALG
Los Angeles 37, California
308 Maplewood Ave. Merion, Pa.
71Ah Limekiln Pike; Phila.38, Pa.
785A Craig St. Phila., Pa.
3144 Gaul St. Phila., Pa.
3359 Jasper St., Phila., Pa.,
7222 Castor Ave. Phila.2h, Pa.
27 Mesa Drive; Boise, Idaho
260 Highbrookj-We. Pelham 65, N.Y.
241 Croyden Rd. Cheltenham, Pa.
4A7 Prospect St. East Orange,N.J.
A828 Darrah St. Phila. 2h, Pa,
4 N. Glenwood Ave. Greenawalds,
1140 Harrison St. Phila. 24, Pa.
R. D. 1; NeWtOWn, Pa.
612 E. Carver St., Phila1 20, Pa.
Herschel Rd., Somerton, Pa.
6715 Oxford Ave. Phila.,'Pa,5
walsh Rd., Phila. 15, Pa.
105 No Mountain Ave.,
Montclair, N. J.
ASLh Adams Ave., Phila. 2h, Pa.
208 Beach Place,Tampa, Florida
330 Powell Rd.;Springfield, Pa.
2513 Pickett Rd.; Durham, N.C.
801 Gilbert Rd. Cheltenham, Pa.
Ft. Pierce, Florida
130 Kennedy Lane, Bryn Mawr, Pa.
52h Entield Rd., Enfield, Pa.
Meadow Lane, Crestmont Farms,
Phila. 14, Pa.
AB Wboddale Rd., Phila. 18, Pa.
Jericho Manor Apts., Apt. 155
Los Angeles A8, California
1230 wakeling St., Phila. 24, Pa.
1142 Sanger St. Phila. 24, Pa.
HOFFMAN, LESLIE A.
HUDS N, ROSA
xENNEDY, VIRGINIA MRS.
5NEERENBERG, MATHILDI w
NELSON, JOHN H.
PRICE, KATHRYN MRS.
7PUDER, DOROTHY MRS.
RLINEY, LEONORE MRS.
MURR1 J. SLENN
. CHARLES F. MILLER
V M . BOARDBJIAN
. HERBERT S. DAWSON
LOUIS J. MILLER
610 HaZelhurst Ave., Merion, Pa.
A24 Princeton Ave., Phila., Pa.
101 E. Tabor Rd.; Phila.; Pa.
123 Hewitt Rd., Kyncote; Pa.
2550 Church Rd., Glenside; Pa.
b336 Loring St., Phila., 36, Pa.
1118 Haworth St., Phila. 2h, Pa.
7039 Cottage St. Phila. Pa.
Brighton 1 Loretta Aves.;Phila.Pa.
7225 Oakland St. Phila.; Pa.
276 E. Chester St.,
Valley Stream, N. Y.
1hh9 Cayuga St., Phila. AC; Pa.
4502 Richmond St., Phila. 37; Pa.
4502 Richmond St.; Phila. 37; Pa.
952A Cowden St.; Phila. 15, Pa.
7457 Sommers Rd., Phila. 38, Pa.
1209 Jericho Rd.;Abington; Pa.
8100 Elbron St., Phila, 11, Pa.
Fitler St., Phila. Pa
313 Maplo Ave., wyncote, Pa.
Rib. 1, Bristol, Pa.
1056 Hereford Rd.;
Cleveland Hts. 12, Ohio
17 Grove St., Orono, Maine
1620 Church St., Phila. 2A, Pa.
21h Fisher Rd., Jenkintown, Pa.
2127 Grant AVP Phila., Pa.
237 T. Albanus St,, Phila.20; Pa.
1117 Foulkrod St., Phila. 24; Pa.
6645 Lincoln Drive; Phila.19, Pa.
4820 Filmore Terrace, Phila.2h; Pa
133 Wblcott Rd.,Brookline; Mass.
1105 Dyre St., Phila. 24; Pa.
3234 Longshore St.; Phila. 2h; Pa.
113A Unruh St.; Phila. 11; Pa.
1011 wakeling St.; Phila. 2A; Pa.
456 E. VanKirk St.,Phila. 11, Pa.
73 Bickley Rd., Glenside, Pa.
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ROSENBERGTR , CHRIST 1173-1118 .KITITWSTH COIFERS
5; EL, DAVID
SEITTER , IRE U1
SHELDKMECHT ,1 TARGARITT-P fRS .
STAHL, PAUL J.
1 5TUNSTALL, THELMA
VEIT, HELEN E.
WLLHSLEY, JAMES E.
55szTERs, RUTH E.
5 HEARD Fnow, BUT
JOHN A. CC'LVILLE
GIRILRD SE ITTER
JLCK ;. WOODWIP
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ARE NOT PRESENT .
Tookeny Drive, Cheltenham, Pa.
1601 T5-,7eadowbrook Rd.
12A1 Faraday PL, NE
Washington, D. C.
Shoemaker 1 High Rds.,
Hunt ingdon,Valley, Pa; .
62h Parkway Ave., Trenton 8; N. J.
A716 Ramona Ave., Fhila. 2A; Pa.
195 E. Roosevelt B1vd.,Phila. Fa.
9A9 Foulkrod S .; Phila. 2h; Pa.
Herschel 5 Proctor Rds.?hila.16; Pa.
5817 Beach St.; Fhila. Pa.
R.D. l, Huntingdon Valley; Ta.
2nd St. Pike; Southampton; Pa.
19 Windsor Ave.,
E. Rutherford, N. J.
7552 New Second St.
Elkins Park, Phila. 17, Pa.
2080 Carver St., Phila. Pa.
5525 N. Palethorp St, Phila., Pa.
R.D.2, Doylestown, Fa.
A616 5th St. South, Arlington, Va.
WEst Grove, Chester 00., Pa.
3A7 W. Mt. Airy Ave.; Phila. Pa.
317 Morton Ave; Ridley Park; Pa.
5840 N. 12th St., Phila., Pa.
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TO THE FACULTY, THE
AND TO OUR PARENTS,
WHO HAVE MADE POSSIBLE
THE COMPLETION OF OUR
HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATION,
WE DEDICATE THIS BOOK.
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MR. GEORGE ALVIN SMMK. Prinvipul
MISS EMMA RUTH. .lssixtrmt Prmmpul
Mr. .1. Harry Ashton
Miss Mary E. 112mm
Mr. Harry N. Bzu'fout
Miss Minnie Bernstein
Mrs. Marion 11. Bivklv
Mr. Stanley 11. Bimth
Mrs. Flurvnve Y, Hslmp
Mr. Benjamin H. Biswungor
Mr. Raymond A. Biswnnger
Mr. 1Vi11i21111 11. Bom'ckel
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Miss Ethel May Burnett
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Miss Isabelle A. Funk
Mr. Nnrmzln R. Day
Miss 11-9110 S. lilrlritlgo
Miss Alta G. Ellis
Miss Gertrude F. Ellis
Mr. Price R. Englv
Miss Mnrguvritv B, Evans
Miss Elizabeth R. Eynnn
Mr, Sydney A. lel'hish
Miss Jozumzl B. Fritz
Mr. Clzlrvnw 1,. Hznwwwl
Mr. Ellwmbd A. Heigvs
Miss Roseinu C. Hillmnn
Miss Dorothy E. 111199th
Miss Mildred Huxlmw
Mr, Jnseph M. Huttst-lmlk
MI'. 1Vultm' B. Gl'wnwnml
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Miss Lucia A. 11911
Mr. Clifford llm-rm'ks
Mr. 1anter 111. llmx'nrth
Mr. Theodore 11. Ilumpln-vys
Mr. M. Slwl'wuml Jullnsnn
Miss M. Elizabeth Julws
Dr. Arthur F. Jordan
Miss Mul'gm'vt Kon-
Mrs. Mary R. Kitrhvn
Mr. Jnseph K19111
Mr. Vlnll'lox J, Kunz, .11;
Mr. Iiuhm't 1V. Kunzigz
MY. S. 111nitor Kurtz
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Miss 110111111119 A, meinj:
Miss Anna C. 1.09
Miss Elmira R. Lippinmtt
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Mr. Arthur 1V. Imwv
Miss Anzltusiu 11'. 11. 14mm
Miss Dorothy Mulzvl'
Mr. 11311101" 111. 31211151th
Mrs. Elixulwth 11. MurkIt-y
Mixs Inn: A. Mursll
Miss 1Ctlwl M. Mt'Allixh-r
Miss Kathryn 11, MM'nln-y
Mr. 1111:11-11-s 15. MvVunn
Mr. Jnnws 314-1'lintnwk
Mr. litlwin F. Mlexnn
Miss Mnl'inn MwMHMvr
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Mr. Henry .1. MwlI-r
111'. Snmh 1'. 511111-11
Mr, Thomas Mmm-
311'. Hitlmwl N1. Mutlvy
Miss AIm-liu 11. Mumfnrnl
Mr. Ht-ul'gv 1'1. Mumfnrtl
311'. 1'. Iillssv-ll Murphy
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Mr. Furn'st R. valm-yvr
Mr. 1111:11'105 1L Niwlmls
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Miss Mary 1:. IHH'w-ll
Mrs. Adm T. Ruby
Mr. 111:11'1-111-0 1.. S, Ruby
Miss Margurvl 110ml
311's. Imllisv 11. livirlwlt
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Mr. .1:lll10$ H. Simnnn
Mr. 11. Arthur Sitti:
Miss 11:1it11 A. Sprnwlo-x
Mr. Lewis G. Slvrnvl'
Mr. Wlmrlvs 1-2. Tlmmlvrt
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To those who are about to he graduated from
our srhool there comes 11:1'th lmrlivulm' form:
the qucxtimz 0f the choirc of a career.
le greeting to your Nam is in tlw form of
a, wish: I am hoping that all of you will find
great happiness in your prwr'tirrj rrot'utions.
A man's lifr is far riwhcr uhen he really
onjoys his daily toss:
"'I'o business that 7W 10W. 117' risv hvt'inu's
x1 ml g0 tiff Irith delight."
triml t0 r10 in my life. I hum triml H'HII UH my
U'hrlt l huro dwrotw! myself
t'hurlm Dirlmnx says: "H'hutm'er
hvurt to do IM'U.
to. l hare dermal mjlxolf to t'muplotcly,
to put my hand to unythiujx in H'hiWII I would
not throw my IFIIUIP .W'If. mzrl nvrvr to affect
dvln'r'viution of my Irorh'. IFIHIIPIYT it Was. I hull
Hair to hurt' how" my ynldvu th'x."
XVAM'UN S. Bl'ltlllss. JIL. IizlifmwinlVlirf
Numox Gurpro. Jr? Editor
EDA KASSEL. .1.s-.s-i.s'IuIIf Alrt Erlifur
DOLPH Jl'lm. Buxinmx JIHIIHgt'l-
PAI'L JANssox ANNE BALM 1111er Yl-iHHJ-Z
GERTRI'DI: DIICRNBM'H ICIMAMC'I'H wamx
ROBERT N. PEIIH'E HENRY MrCM'LH-ty lix lilNV Surzrxrz
ANNA ITANmuaA Mun MILNH:
CHARLES F. 'leanL. Aldr'ixrr
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HE RY L. DI GIOVANNANTONIO, Chairman
MARY V. MAGINNIS CARL W. SCHMID ALICE T. MAXTOIx
JAMES T. SCHENKEL DOROTHY 1V1. EVANS
ELIZABETH B. O,NEILL
Our predecessors could hardly have chosen a more fitting
token of tribute to their school than the gift of :1 tree. ln-r
changed through the ages, trees have remained :1 source of pro-
tection, beauty and inspiration to man.
Starting from a movement which had its birth with the
signing of the Armistice, memorial tree planting has been adopted
by organizations throughout the l'nited States as a means by
which they might express their tributes of respect, honor and
reverence. Trees are expressive of the finest sentiments of man.
Truly we may find tttongues in trees, hooks in running brooks.
sermons in stones and good in everything?
Trees have played their part in literature as well as in his-
tory since the beginning of time. Shaded nooks have been for
centuries the settings for poetry. One of the beauty spots of
the world is the site of the tomb of Vergil, overlooking the Bay
of Naples. This tomb marks the great poetls favorite retreat
during his last, days. Here, surrounded by trees. he wrote his
undying epics. The soothing shades of the ehns of Cambridge
have left their influence upon the works of one of our own great
poetseHenry lVadswurth Longfellow.
An elm tree has been chosen to stand beside that of the
February class. This above all other monuments seems most ap-
propriate for the occasion. It is a tall, oval headed. compact
tree, of stately beauty and towering grace. Its commanding
beauty carries with it the perfect message of the reigning
Bryant has spoken of the groves as Godk first temples.
Surely as one gazes upon a tree, something of its solemn majesty
and soothing peace is imparted to him.
Our four years at Frankford have meant to all of us four
years of beautiful associations. N0 monument could more ad-
equately express the sentiment of the class than this beautiful
embodiment of cherished memories. It shall keep alive and shall
mcrease with its unfolding our appreciation for the finest id luls
whlch we shall carry with us to our new stations of life. Mav
thls elm, symbolie 0f the living spirit of F 'ankford, keep forever
green the love of the Class of June, 1927, for its Alma Mater.
Among them? poems of Grantland Rice u'hit'h
he has styled uSongs 0f the Ifnafraitl."' I
chanced upon, a, stanza that arprrssm admirably
certain. thounhfx that l hurl Wanted 10 leave
with you. I aim you the lines as l rcuwmhwr
them. It may be that you. 'reralling thmn some
day. may find inspiration and renewed wourflgch
hhTho lad Irho knows: 1hc world is rough
And not a rlarcr-berl 0f 'rmt;
H7110 takes his fortune ax it r-mncs'
Am! prompflu r'nunfmns' with his hmt:
I'Vho sloas along through fogs of doubt.
Fear, pain, and anvy anrl dcxpair
XVilh, dear eye fired upon the Aaoalhh
U'ill apt ,s-rmmu'hvra."
.llay the years spent in Frankford High
Nwhool hare Ilium: you zwal to start the high
atlmnture of life 91'1qu fr; orcrromc crew 0b-
sfaclc you may moot.
llau you harp wmraua aml xfrmwfh. Hay
you Imou: the joy of frimuixhips and learn that
duty uwll 41mm brinyx happinmx.
Jlay erwy u'orfhy draam hvmmc a glorious
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The Castle Gate
MARY I1. MILNEI:
All hesitant I stand before the castle gate,
thnce comes to me, on shadow wings, the call of destiny.
Ah, let me pause awhile before I enter in:
IVhat shall befall Within this drcam-onchuntul realm,
Of strange adventure, of ronmnce, of mystery and fate?
And, as I pause, my eyes Climb swift thc Vincwlad wall
To Where, unfurled, bright pcnnons flutter t0 the sky;
And strains of music from some magic minstrol hand afar
Steal forth, on vagrant breeze, to won my lagging feet.
This is the enchanted castle of my deep-hid dreams,
Which holds, cnfoldcd in a mist of unreality,
So much of all Pve hoped, and longed, and yearned to reach.
I hesitate to lift the latch and thus, perhaps,
Dispel the precious fantasy of youth.
Then look I backward oter the path by which I came:
And 10! I find it crowded full of living 111011101'ie5m
Sweet memories of love and friendshipk cheering smile;
And scattered all along my wandtrerts happy way
Are dusky, wooded dolls and Howtr-bedizencd meadows gay;
And well do I remember one bald, rugged knoll
VVhereon, it seemed, there was no room for any loveliness
T0 dwell; and yet, in sheltered, sun-warmed crevice, growing there,
I found a smgle, starlike, sweet anemone!
And so, emboldened by these cherished memories,
I turn me back again to castle gate,
For now I know that naught of ill awaits me there,
Behind the enchanted wall of fancyts Woven dreams.
Entranccd, I place my hand upon the latch,
And joyously I lift it up and enter in!
DELMAR JONES, President
MARY SMITH, Vice-Presidmzt
MAY HERRMANN, Secretary
THEODORE ENGEL, Treasurer
H. CONN R. STRADTNER E. MARTIN
C. MORRIS H. DI GIOVANNANTONIO
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MARGERY IIARPER ABBOTT
7025 Cottage Street
I'ndelwvoml Typing Award: Christmas
Party. D. 15.; Book Room Committee;
Commercial Club. B. A; 1101159 and
ALICE FRANCES ALLEN
4814 Roosevelt Boulevard
Jzunvs Russell Lowell
I'mlerwood Typing Award: Cnmmor-
Pizll Club. B. A: Swimming Club. 0. B;
Ilullso and Gruumls: haul Representa-
tive. G. F. D; High Way Ih'pl'esentntiw.
B; Christmas Party. II. D; Student
15021111 Assembly. F. D: 15 Assembly:
Flnss Baseball. U: Class Basketball. D.
1'; Swimming. C. 13: Humnm'viul Gym
Lender; Exm-utiw Vnmmiftve.
THOMAS ROLAND Animal:
34122 Vvstfm'tl hnld
Jumps Russell mell
.43 .Ilovlmnic ANN
Urvlwstm. IL U; T Squaw Club. II
and h; l'irmr'm' Itmn-vsmntntiw-
JOHN WESLEY Axmcnsnx
2510 North Hunt'm'k Strovt
Julm H. Vvlrsto1'
.H ,llm'hunir: .lrts
Fonving Club. h: linginwring Clula. A.
VIRGINIA MAmumi'l"rlc ARNEB
0652 North Fifth Street
IthiIIPSN High. Vnshiugtnn. D. U.
Remington Award: Vumnwrcinl Vlnh.
LYDIA KATHRYN ASHBY
4:121 Tyson Stl'vvt
Swimmingr Club. Biulngy Vluh: Latin
Fluh; Uln'ishnus Party. B: 'Fl'vusurvr.
B: Varsity Ynllvylmll. 23; Class 13:150-
lmll; Wluss Volleyball.
HAZEL ALICE Asu'mx
THIN Vl'uigr Stremt
JULIA VIVIAN AVIGENIS
3144 Gaul Street
A 6 Com IIH'TCiuI
Remington Typing Award; I'ndorwoml
Typing Award; German Club; Conmwr-
cial Club; Gym L alder; A. A. Represen-
tative. G to A; A. A. Council. B: A. A.
Vice-President, A; Student Board: Sen-
ior Morning; A Assembly Connnittee:
Class Volleyball. 23; Class Basketball.
24: Varsity Volleyball. 24. '25, '26;
Captain Volleyball Team. 25. 26: Var-
sity Basketball, 25 "26, "27: Manager
Basketball. ,27; Track. 24. T25. 21;;
Assistant Truck Manager. 26: Manager.
HELEN BERTIIA BACIIER
440 East Cheltenham Avenue
AS A mzdcm ir-
Lutin Club; Hiking Club; House and
Grounds; B Student Assmnhly; Class
Tennis; Class Basketball; Class Buse-
3445 Helen Street
Chess Club, C; Engineering; Club. A;
Monitor Study 11:111. A; Mathematics
Club; Varsity Track 20, 27; Sectional
Football, B; Volleyball, B, A; Swimming
EDWIN FRANCIS BAILEY
3359 Jasper Street
Stetson Junior High
A I .i cadmn iv
Orvhestra. D. C. B. A; Section Sm.-
Cor Team, E; Track, F, D, B, A; Cross-
Cmmtry, E, C.
ANNE I.W'ILLE Mus
482K Roosevelt Buult-vnrd
11.6 Al I'mlrmiw
thtl'y Club, Sw-I'vtm'y and "in1 H711;
Reln'vxmntutivv. D to A; Latin Vllllr, H-
U; House and Hrmmdx, B, A: Muthv-
mzltirs Club. A; High H'uy Rvymrtvl'.
5, Spoviul Fvutlu'v Editor. A: Italian
Club. D; Rlct'mm inoK Vnmmittmg .X;
Fluss anvlmll; Class Tennis. F; Vlzlss
Basketball. IC-D; Class IIm-kvy. V.
FRANCIS Ilmmnn MHK
30H Hrisvnm Strm-t
Musiv 1'lnh. C. 11. A; Hl'rhvstm. IL
MARY ICLINUR BHADLE
5502 North Murslmll Strwt
James Russt-ll mell
Swimming: Club: Hiking: Fluh: Latin
Club: Life Saving: Corps; T. N. T.: Flux:
Baseball. .25, '20: Class Iinskvtlmll.
'23, '26: Class lhlxvlnlll levll. 'LIIS,
Varsity Iinxkvtlnlll. "J45. '27; Vill'Vilj' V
lvylmll. '24. 1313: Class Tt-nnis. "J1";
Ilwkvy. 213: Life Saving An'ul'cl,
URVIHJC IIICNSIL haunt
.3502 North Marshall Strwr
James Russell anvH
Swimming Vluh: me-in: Vluh. A:
Prvsidvnt. 11: A. A. van'oxvntulivv. ll;
Trmsurm'. V; Slmlvnr Jhuml. D: B As-
sembly t'ummittw: Ftulllwrxwizllt Boy
in: thmluium H; Lightweight aning
Ullzlmpiun. E; Light llmx'ywoiullt by
in: Ulmmluiun. 11. A; Fl'vxllmnn Iiusvlmll;
Sowmd Tvum insvlmll. V; Swtiun Font-
hle, F: Varsity Tmmis. 1'; Vursitv Buso-
REBECCA GOODFRIEND BEATMANN
5012 Jackson Street
Poetry Club. A; Vice-I'I'esident. A; Bi-
ology Club. C: Class Basketball, D, C.
B. A; Class Hockey, D, B. '
GEORGE EDWARD BECK
216 Robbins Street
Engineering Club. President. A; Stu-
dent Board, G.
HELEN ALICE BECKER
4601 McKinley Street
Henry XV. Lawton
Swimming Club; House and Grounds;
Mathvmatics Club; Student Board, F.
E. Treasurer, D; Class Tennis, C. E;
Class Basketball, F, D, B; Gym Lender.
CLARENCE RUSSELL BERNINGER
5918 Tmrkuwnnnzl Street
Lehman Iligll, Canton. Ullio
Assistant Advm'tising' Manager. High
TVay and Pioneer. C 21nd B; Advertising
Manager, High Way 21nd Pioneer, A:
Counnorviul Club. 15. A; 1101189 and
Grounds; Class Football, Volleyball, and
Baseball, B, A.
HAR'IHN lNH'HLASS HICRKY
8037 Oxford Aventu-
Ilmlsv :unl Hrullntls; T Squaw- Vlulu.
B, A; Swimming Uluh, A; I'lnzinw-I-in:
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Vigilnnw t'olnmittvv. A; llulm- and
Grounds. A; Study Hall Munixnr. A;
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70113 Juvksun Strwt
Frances 1C. Villnl'd
Italian Club: Sm-inl Survive Club;
Swimming Club: Christmas Baskets. F.
D; llonso 21ml Grounds. 11. F: A. A.
leu'esenmtive. II: Clusx leskotlmll. 11.
F: Class Volleyball. 11. IF: Fluss Tennis,
E; Swimming Club, U. D.
EDITH I. BRAGGER
2012 East Grilh'th Street
Commercial Club. B. A.
5446 Tammy Stl'evt
II. XV. Longfelluw
.41, A omlcm fr
House and Grounds; Hiking Club:
Swimming: Club: letlwmntivs Club:
Class Hockey; Class Tennis; Christmas
LANnIs WAVERLEY BROWN
7213 Tulip Strwt
4.? lelumiv Arts
Track. 12-1. '25. '26, 127: Cross-mmm'y.
'24. "25, 120: Section Truck. 126: Yo
Monks. A: Pllilutvlio Society; Chess
Club; Engineering Club; Swimming
Club; House and Grounds; A. A. Repre-
sentative. G; Treasurer. F.
MARY AaNis BROWN
111 W'est XVyuming Avenue
A 6 Com mercial
Commercial Club, B, A; Hiking Club.
H-B; A. A. Representative, 11; Study
Hall Monitor, 0, A; Class Basketball.
F, D; Class Tennis, E, C, A; Class
Hockey, D; Varsity Hockey, B.
SARA MAY BROWN
404 East Vy0ming Avenue
South Philadelphia High
A 6 Com m errial
Art Club. C; House and Grounds;
Umnmercial Club. B. A; Distinguished,
E; Tennis; Basketball. E.
MARION DEAN BRUGLER
4828 Darmh Street
Hiking Club, President. C; Triangle
Club; T. N. T.; A. A. Representative. F;
Pioneer Representative. D, A; Class
Baseball, 25; Class Basketball, 25; Var-
sity Basketball. 26', ,27; Class Tennis,
E. C; Track Team, ,25. 26. 127; Class
Hockey , 25; Varsity Hockey, ,26; Gym
Lender; Numerals; Letters.
FRANCES LILLIAN BUCIILER
6813 Oakley Street
Cooke Junior High
A 6' Co m m ercial
Commercial Club. B. A; Swimming
Club, C. A; House and Grounds. D;
Christmas Party. F; Varsity Volleyball,
'24. 25; Varsity Track Team. 26; Class
MARY ELIZABETH BUMM
4248 Tackawunna Street
Bird Ulub. Secretary. A; Hiking Club,
11, F; Girl Reserves; Council Member.
E-A; Study Hall Monitor; Mathematics
Club; House and Grounds; Bird Club;
Student Assomblv. B; Class Basketball.
H. D, B; Class Busebnll. C; Gym Leader.
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ALVIN CANFIELD BI'RGER
136 W'est Allegheny Avenue
Atlantic City High
Commercial Club. B. A; Correspon-
dent. B. Secretary. A; House and
Grounds. B. A; Underwood Typing
Award. B. A; Assembly; Varsity Track,
A; Interclzlss Track. B; Volleyball, Foot-
ball, Baseball. C, B.
OLIVE ELENOR BURKE
1508 Harrison Street
Commercial Club, B, A; House and
Grounds. A; Swimming Club. A; Out-
ing Committee, A; Birthday Represelr
LOUISE VIRGINIA BURKHART
707 Raymond Street
XVilliam Penn High
House and Grounds. E; Underwuod
Award, B; Dramatic Club. D; Commer-
cial Club, B, A; Swimming Club. E; Hik-
ing Club. E; Class Play, B; Commervinl
Gym Leader; Dance Committee, C, B. A.
VIRGINIA R. Bmms
1140 Harrison Street
A9 A cadcm :0
Hiking Club. E to A; Swimming Club,
B, A; Latin Club. B; Pioneer Represen-
tative, F; Class Tennis. IO, U, A; Class
WALTON SWINDELLS BURRISS, JR.
6645 Torresdale Avenue
A I .l catlemlc
Thirteen Club; Editor-iwChief RECORD
BOOK; Glee Club; House and Grounds;
,03'5 Quartet; President, Music Club.
C. IR, A; Organ Club; German Club;
Chess Club; Ye Monks; Secretaw, x2;
Student Board, D.
VALERIA MARIE BUSIIEK
Christmas Party. D; Glee Club; A. A.
Iie1u'esent21tive. F; House and Grounds.
G, A; Pioneer Representative, E; Ten-
ELMA A. CAREY
4708 Darrah Street
Thomas Junior High
Commencement Committee; Distin-
guished, G. E. D, C. B; Fathers Assw
ciation Prize, E; Oxford Bank Prize. U:
I'llderwood Typing Award, B; Commer-
cial Club, B A; Triangle, D to A; Stu-
dent Board. B; Commercial Gym Lender.
MILDRED JACQUELINE CARTON
4922 Dutiield Street
Tree Orntion Committee; Study Hall
Monitor; Triangle Club, O, B. A; Girl
Rvservos, B, A; Hiking Club; Latin
Fluh; House and Grounds, D to A; B
Student, Assembly; Class Hockey, ,25;
Class Basketball, 225. 27; Class Tennis,
".35, 26; CIQISS Bawbull, ' 27.
EVA GRACE CAVALIERE
7030 Tulip Street
, A 6 "Om IIIPN'I-HI
Commercial Club, B, A: Hiking Club,
C; Dance Committee, A; Class Tennis.
2054 East Cumbria Street
Frances E. XVillzu'd
A l A cudemic
House and Grounds. A; Fencing: Club.
B. A; Mathematics Club, A; Pioneer
Representative. F; Cheer Leader, B. A:
Freshman Basketball. II; Track. II; Sev-
nnd Team Basketball. .2173; Varsity ins-
kethall, 27.7; Intersection sports.
1210 Allengrove Street
.i John Marshall
' AS Armlemir
Sock :md Ruskin. C. B. A, President.
A; Sock and Buskin Fellowship Award;
Studvnt Assembly Cmmnittee. B; Studmlt
kmrd, G; High 'Wuy Iivm'vsnnmtive. A;
Assembly Committee; Christmas Party.
D; HCHptzlill Applejm-kf" HTIIG Spnnge";
SAMUEL HALL CONN
5026 Saul Street
! Al .M'lulCInic
Pl'esidmlf, Thirteen Club; Stehle Me-
mnl'izll Prize, G; F:1t1191's Assuvizltion
Prize, C; Latin Club; Fenving Club;
Music Club; Pioneer Reprvsontaltive, II;
T TlH'vzlsuror. G; President. F to B; Varsity
Football, C25, 26; vak. 213. .27: V1'es-
fling U; Exvvutivo Cummittev: Jpil'tlulny
Fund Cnmmittoo, U to A: Flmil'mun. A;
High H'IIJI vamrter, B. BnysV Athletic
Editor, A; lluusv and Grounds, V, A;
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EARL W. COOK
313 Robbins Avenue
James Russell Lowell
Fntherg Association Prize. C; Piorzcer
Essay Prize, B; Student Board, E; A.
A. Representative, A; B Assembly; High
H'ay Reporter, B; School Editor, A;
Study Hall Committee. B, A.
MILDRED RUTH COPELAND
3528 Solly Avenue
W'est Philadelphia High
Commercial Club. B. A; Hiking Club;
High 'Wuy and Pioneer Representative,
U, D, A; Class Day and Senior Morning
Committee; Gym Leader.
JOSEPHINE PIERCE CURRIER
5048 KVarnock Street
Cooke Junior High
Underwood Bronze Award; Underwood
Silver Award; Hiking Club; Commercial
Club. B, A; Organ Club, B; Class Treas-
urer, 0; President, B; B Assembly.
JOHN MILTON CROMWELL, 3RD
4704 Hawthorne Street
A .1 Industrial
.IIouse and Grounds; Vigilance Com-
mlttee; Commencement Committee; T
iquare Club, B, A; Engineering Club,
lfwnsure'r. B. A; Fencing Clulx A; Art
!ub; Clrcle 12; Swimming Club; er'es-
tllng and Boxing, C, A.
KENNETH GERARD DAILEY
1710 Scuttergnnd Street
:13 Jlonhanic Arts
Circle 12, President: Swimming Club:
Fencing Club; Boxing and XVl'estling;
ANNA MARIE IYANDREA
13-18 Vankil'k Street
A 6' Com m ertiul
I'nderwood Bronze Award; Triangle
Club; Commm'cial Club; House and
Grounds, A; Class President. G, C; Sec-
tion Treasurer. B, A; RECOBD Commit-
tee; Section Tennis. E. C. A; Section
Baseball. C: Section Basketball, F; Com-
mercial Gym Leader.
20-11 Orthodox Street
A 6 Commercial
Commercial Club. B, A; House and
Grounds; RECORD Committee.
IIENRY LOUIS DIGIOVANNANTONIO
20-15 East Pacific Street
John H. XVebster
Thirteen Club; House and Grounds:
Executive Committee ; Chairman of
Photography Committee; Distinguished,
B; Fathers Association Prize, 0; T
Square, Treasurer. C, B; Ye Monks.
Scribe. B; Abbot, A; Secretary and
Treasurer, F. E; President, D; High
H'uy Representative, B, A; B Assembly
FREDERICA MARIE DORNER
47233 Leiper Street
John Marshall -
l 9 Academw
. . 1-
Gormun Club; Sectlon Presldent, 14,
. . '
Ilirjh U'au Reporter, B; Alumnl Iudltol,
. . , , .
A; Chairman Commencement Lummlttee.
SARAH CLAUSEN ECKIIARDT
2150 Bridge Street
Henry W. Longfellow
Home and Grounds; Commercial Club,
B. A; Representative, B; Section Treas-
urer, H; Section President, A; Dzmce
Committe. C; Christmas Party, F; Com-
mercial Gym Leader, A.
GEORGE BARNES EDGAR
2316 East Dauphin Street
H. B. I'Iackett
.1 1 Academic
Thirteen Club; Dance Committee, B;
Vlmirmun Outing Committee. A; House
and Grounds. A; High HVIy Reporter, B;
IIumor Editor, A; Fencing Club; Latin
Club. Vice-President. Treasurer, A; B
Assembly; Track, ,26. '27; Cross-Coun-
try. 27: Golf. 526, 27; Second Soccer
Tmm, 35; Intersection sports.
ROBERT FISHER EDGAR
-016 East Dauphin Street
11. B. Ilackett
.l I Academic
Thirteen Club: Student Board, Presi-
dent A; Class Treasurer; Latin Club,
President, A; Fencing Club; Student
imml Representative. G; Executive
Committee; 5 Assembly; Freshman Soc-
001'. Second Soccer. 25; Varsity Track,
'26. "27; Varsity Cross-muntry. 26; Golf,
213. Captain. .27; Intersection sports;
High H'uy Rulmrtm'. i; Associate Editor,
A: Ihmro Vommittce; House and
122 East Fishers Avenue
A3 Mechanic Artx
Thirteen Club; Senior Class Trens-
urer; Executive Cmnmittee; A. A. Coun-
cil. B; Basketball Manager. 127; A. A.
Representative, B: Dance Committee:
Boxing and XVI'estling; Buxing :md
XVI'estling Judge; Assembly I'sher. B.
ELIZABETH ALICE ERWIN
1110 Wakeling Street
Dance Committee, C; Latin Club. C;
House and Grounds. D to A; Swimming
Club, B, A; Class Basketball. 125; Class
DOROTHY MARIAN EVANS
3-131 XVellingtnn Street
Commercial Club; High 'H'uy Remo-
sentative, A; Swimming Club; House and
Grounds, H, G, A; A. A. len-esentntiw.
F. E; Christmas Party. B; RECORD BOOK
Committee; letngmph Unmmittvv; Sw-
tion Baseball, Buskvtlnlll :lnd Tl'm'k;
Tennis, H, G.
ELLEN XVA'J'SON FIGRNUN
1103 Armtt Street
Fathers7 Assoointitm Prize. E. C; Dis-
tinguished, II to A; Triangle Ululu F to
A, Secretary. A; Latin Club, President.
G, E; Varsity Basketball, D, C; Yur-
sity IItwkoy. B; Class Basketball.
Ilm'koy, Tennis; High Uvay Reporter. B.
Muke-up Editor, A; Championship Intmu
scholastic Dvbuting Team, C; Dance
IDA LOUISE FILEMYR
1638 Dyre Street
Christmas Party; Latin Club; Swim-
ming Club; Hiking Club. G; Life Sav-
ing Corps; Tennis Assistant Manager;
Class Hockey; Class Basketball; Class
5739 Torresdale Avenue
Henry W. Lawton
Section President, F, G; Student
Board, E to A; House and Grounds;
Commercial Club; Class Tennis, E; Un-
derwood Typing Award.
FRED WILLIAM FLOTIIMEIER
4860 North Howard Street
, German Club, President, A; Fencing
Club; Demagogues; Wrestling, '25, 027:
WILLIAM Ross FOTHERINGHAM
1000 Arrott Street
House and Grounds, H-A; Student
Board Representative, H-A; Orchestra;
Philatelic Society; Commercial Club;
Section President, B; Chairman Tree 01'-
:ltion Committee; B Assembly; Class Vol-
ieyball; Tennis Tournament; Boxing; A
JAMES BLAIR GALT
617 Elkins Avenue
James Russell Lowell
Study Hall Monitor; Fencing Club;
Swimming Club: Engineering Club;
President. G; A. A. Representative, B,
Treasurer. D: Pioneer Rem'esentative,
F; Urnss-Culllltry; W'restling, 25, y26;
BENJAMIN HERMAN GARSON
3347 Kensington Avenue
John H, XVebster
Al .4 cademic
iinlngy Club. Gr. F; Philatelic Soci-
ety. D. C: Fencing Club, D, C, B; Latin
Club. G; Football, G; Cheering Squad,
D, C. B.
GENEVIEVE FRANCES GARSTKA
176-1 Junizlta Street
Sock and Buskin; Latin Club; Poetry
Club; Italian Club; Class Basketball F,
B; Class Ilm-key, D.
BERNICE IIERMINA GOODMAN
301 Princeton Avenue
Latin Club; Class Basketball, C, A.
IDA SARA Goss
2812 Vest York Street
Berryville High, Va,
A Mi ' 0'0 m mercial
Commercial Club. B. A: Student
Board, D; Class Volleyball, C.
ROBERT M. GRAHAM
3516 Sally Avenue
Ye Monks; T Square; Fencing; Engi-
neering; House and Grounds.
TIIELMA MAY GREAVES
4504 Tuckawunna Street
Commercial Gym Leader; Underwood
Typlng Award. B; Remington Typing
Award, A; House and Grounds; Com-
mercial Club, B, A; Book Room Com-
HOLLISTER R. GREEN
4232 Disston Street
A3 Mechanic Arts
Tacony Fathersy Association Prize. G;
Engineering Club, D, C. B. A; Tree 01'-
ation Committee; Track. '27; A. A. Rep-
IRMA CATIIARINE GREEN
1630 Unity Street
Commercial Gym Lender; Commercial
Club; Ilollse and Grounds.
4931 B Street
Kearny High, Kearny, N. J.
House and Grounds, A; Fathers As-
sociation Prize; Pioneer Poetry Prizv,
B; Latin, G, F, E; Italian Club, E, Vice-
President, B; Poetry Club, E to A, Presi-
dent, A; Clubs Assembly A; Class Buse-
ball, F; Class Tennis, F; Class Basket-
ball, E, D.
MARY JANE GREENWOOD
339 E. Louden Street
Mathematics Club, Secretary, A; Art,
Treasurer, A; Hiking Club, F; Student
Board, G, F; President, E, D; Secretary
Board, B; Executive Committee; Instal-
lation of Officers; Class Basketball; Class
Hockey, Class Tennis.
1323 Adams Avenue
Art Editor, RECORD BOOK; House and
Grounds; Stehle Memorial Prize, G;
Art Club; Commercial Club; President,
ANNA LOUISE HAINLEY
426 Chew Street
James Russell Lowell
Class Baseball, G, E, C. A; Class Ten-
nis. E, D, C; Class Basketball, H to A;
Class Hockey, B; Class Volleyball, B;
Assistant Manager Class Basketball, B,
A; Class Baseball Coach, A; Art Club,
D; Latin Club, D; Hiking Club, B, A;
House and Grounds. A.
MAUDE VIONA IIAMILTON
526 Arthur Street
Fox Chase .
House and Grounda A; Christmas
Party, B; Mathematics Club; Hiking
Club; Class Baseball, G. E; Class
EDITH MARIE HANSON
4530 Iligbee Street
- Henry XV. Lawton
B21sebn11, E. C, A; Class Basketball,
E'.I.k B: Tennis. C, A; Hockey. B;
lIlkmg Club; House and Grounds.
ISABEL EUNICE IIARTFURD
5505 North Fairhill Street
Cooke Junior High
Latin Club: Hiking Club; Swimming
Club; Class Basketball; Baseball; VOL
leyball; Sesqui Drill and Dance.
FRANCIS CHRISTIAN HATTON
4208 Comly Street
Henry V. Lawton
A. A. President: Thirteen Club, Vicv-
President: Varsity Football. 24. 91.
Captain 26; Varsity Baseball, 93, 26.
Captain. '27; Vice-Pl'esident Student
Board. B. Sevretzlry. C; Manager Bas-
ketball. '26: Varsity anketh-IH. 37:
XVI'estling Finals, 2:3, "26; Vigilance
Unmmittoe: Y9 Monks. President. 19. 13.
Sevrotul'y. F. F.
ARTHUR ROLAND IIAL'SLER
918 Vugner Avenue
James Russell Lowell
:12 Com m erviul
House and Grounds; Conunervinl
Club; Circle 12; Student Board, D, A;
Varsity Tennis, E to A. Captain, A; Sew-
ond Team Baseball; Sewtion Volleyball
422 Princeton Ave" hlrlmlme, l'n.
Rolwrt V. Iiym-ss
A 7 Pom mon-iul
Cunmwrrinl Fluh: Clams VullvyhulL
'24; Class Basketball. 24. '25; Class
Tennis. June. BU.
LAIVRA LAVINIA HENDERSON
5122 Oakland Street
Lower Mel'iun High
Christmas Party. D; Chairman. Dam-e
Fumlnittee; Swimming Club; Art Club;
House and Grounds; A, A. Representa-
tive, A; Varsity Hockey. :25, Varsity
Team. '26: Varsity Basketball, 26. '27,
Varsity. BU; Gym Imndelf; Truck, 213.
Imm'mEA MAY IIERRMAXN
101 Ezlxt Tabor Road
:1 9 A rallmuic
Senior Ulzlss Secretary: Distinguished,
D to B; Triangle Club. D to A, Treas-
urer, C to A; Class Baseball. G, E; Class
Tennis. G. E. C; Class Hockey. E, C;
Class Basketball. F; Varsity Hockey. '26;
Varsity Basketball. '"26. '27; Class Base-
ball Coach. '26; Gym Leader; Numerals
and Letters; Swimming Club; T. N. T.:
Sevtiun Treasurer. G tw A.
LESLIE ARTHUR HOFFMAN
4058 Creston Street
Stetson Junior Iligh
A l A mulmn ic
Huuse :md Gl'uunds; Constitution Con-
GRACE MABEL IIOGER
122 E. Eleanor Street
Hiking Club; German Club; Girl He-
serves; House and Grounds, G to A;
Poetry Club; Pioneer Representative. 11;
Cllmstmus Party, IL F; Class Basket-
ball. H. C; Class Baseball, G; Christ-
mas Baskets. II. F, D.
AA. ....: '-
1225 Harrison Street
Trmsnl'el'. ll; Studvnt 503111 Ex-
vvutive Umnmittve. G. F. E. B. U: Pio-
m'm' and High H'uy Represmlmtiw. B:
Student Board. G. F. 19. IL C: t'hem'
Lending. 25 '26: Class Basketball; Class
Tennis: Vollm'lmll; inwlmll. Ii.
ROSA ALVERTA 1111mm
33312 hurrah Strw't
A Q .h'udrmiw
Latin Club; Swimming Ulnb; A. A.
I'Itlpx'esentative. H. H; Varsity Ilm'key.
'26; Clusx Tennis. C. A; Class Basket-
hzlll. IJ. V. B. A; Class Ilnt'kvy. F; Plus;
MAE ANNA HI'LUEN
foul'd Apts.. Uxfm'd :md l'enn Strvets
Birthday FumL P. Hil'ls' Uhuil'mnn. A:
Clll'istnms Party. II. F. P: Study Ilnll
Monitnr; Swimming Club; Hiking Vluly;
Latin Club; House nml Hrnllmls. H. H.
A; Ulnss Tennis. M.
PM'L ERIK .IANssuN
GIN; Elkins Awmw
Jnmvs Russell Lowell
Ilmlsv and Grounds. F. B. A: T Squaw
Vluh. President. A; Maltlwmutim Club;
Y9 Monks: Treasurer. IL V. Ii; RECORD
menitteo: Ii Assmnhly: Freshman
Tl'm'k; Intorswtinn Volleyball: huxinfi.
'27; Student Iiunrd.
T11 irl y-fil'c
ABRAHAM LOUIS JASNER
539 East W'yoming Avenue
Comerciul Club; Swimming Club; B
EDITH EUGENIA JEANNISSON
1623 Harrison Street
Dance Committee, B, A; Dumheit
Club; A. A. Representative, H, G; Pio-
now Reln'esentative, F; Class Basketball,
G. F, E; Class Tennis. F, E, D.
FRANCES DINSMORE JOHNSON
325 Borbeck Street
Hiking Club. G; Mathematics Club. A;
Class Baseball. G; Class Basketball, C;
Class Baseball, A.
DELMAR OGDEN JONES
1400 Adams Avenue
Thirteen Club; President of Senior
Class: Section President, H to C; Dance
Committee. C. B. A; Vigilance Commit-
tee, A; House and Grounds. A; Ye
Monks; Football, 25, ,27; Baseball. 26.
27; Boxing, 26; Stehle Memorial Prize.
G; Fathers' Association Prize. E, C;
Distinguished, G, E, C.
CHARLES HENRY JOURDAN
4763 North Mascher Street
Schmidt Violin Scholarship. 25; T
Square Club; Swimming Club; Ye
Monks; Orchestra; XVrestling, 25; Bux-
0704 Tm-resdale Avenue
:12 Want mowiul
Assistant Business Manager of High
U'ay and Pioneer, C, B; Business Mum
ager of High U'ay and Pioneer. A; Fum-
mercial Club, B. A. President. A; Busi-
ness Manager of RECORD J,OOK; Ye
Monks, C. B, A, Prior. A; Suck and
Buskin; Tummy Fathers' Asoscintion
Prize. II; Stehle Memorial Prizv. G;
Frankford Futllers' Assnvintiun Prim 19;
Oxford Bunk Prize. C: I'ndel'wmul Typ-
ing Award; Student Bmu'd. F. Ii; Ex-
ecutive Board. E; Sevtiun President. It
U; Tl'm'k. C. A; Ilnuse and Grounds,
U. B. A; lntersevtion spurts; Bnys'
Poetry Prize. B. A; Vlwss Club; va-inu'
FRANK CHARLES KARDEVAN
2095 East Alln'ight Avenue
John H. VebSter
Outing Committee; II 0 u s e a n d
Grounds; Ye Monks; T Square Club;
Swimming Club; Fencing Club; A. A.
Reresenmtive. D, C; Varsity Basketball.
527; Varsity Baseball, '25, ,226; Intel'sw'v
tion Football. B.
Em EMILIE KASSEL
4655 Boudinot Street
.45 A cadcm iv
Academy of Fine Arts Prize. C; Art
Flub; German Club; Poetry Club; Bird
Club; RECORD Committee; Christmas
Party, F; A. A. Representative, F; Sec-
tion Basketball; Section Baseball.
ANNA KATHARINE KEMPE
182M XV. Atlantic Street
Board. F: House and Grounds. II;
menew-inl Club. A. B: Short Story. A.
MARIE FURRESTER KENNEDY
2013 East Ripley Street
:15 A C" d c m i 0
Organ Club. B. A.
VIRGINIA LOUISE KENNEDY
303 Grange Avenue
Jmnes Russell Lowell
AIS Acarlem ic
Latin Club: Section President, G, E.
D, A; Pioneer Representative. 11. F;
Student Board. C; Christmas Party. F.
D. B; Cumnwm-ement Committee.
FREDERICK WILLIAM KRUPP
:1 I Academic
Latin Club. II to A; Fencing Club.
B. A; Chess Club, D; Student Assem-
bly, B, A; Chairman A Assembly and
Senior Morning Committees; Varsity
Fross-country. 26: Intersectional Font-
ball, B; Varsity Track. 26. '27: Intel'-
section Volleyball. B. A; Manager Golf
CATHERINE FLARE LAFICY
422T Hrismm Street
417 1'0 m m K'w-iul
Foxnmercizll Clulx Treasurer. A: Rem-
ington Typing Award; Swimming Club.
U to A: Pioneer Representative. G. F:
Set-tinn Treasurer. Ii to A; Class Basket
11:111. D; Class Baseball. C: Class Ilm'key.
I1: Varsity IIm'key. B: Fullmwnvenwnt
Cummitteez Gym Leadvl'. B; House and
Grounds. D to A.
RAYMOND BOARDMAX LA'I'CII
47011 Ramona Avenue
:13 lehuu i0 .4 rfx
T Square Club: 1101159 and Gruunds:
Engineering Club; Philatelio Sm'iety: Yo
Mnnks; Vigilance Committee: Swimming
1111111; Mathematics 01111,: Cirvle 12;
Fenting Club; Student Bmml. B. U. A:
Student Board Assmnbly: Manager Buso-
112111 T921111: YVrestling; Truok. 1; y. 1215;
Class Vulleyhzlll; Atlllvtiv 1101111141 Mem-
BESSIE BI'RHIE'H 1.121:
49237 hurrah Street
Christmas Party. 1C; Art Club. Sevre-
tnry. A; Sevtinn Treasurer. II. F; Sev-
tion President. 1:; A. A, vall'vsmlfutiVF.
MARION ARMISTEAD LEWIS
4225 Decatur Street
Th iTty-nin v
DOROTHY ANNA LIGIITFOOT
7011 Cottage Strevt
.15 A Nulemic
Senior Life Saving Emblem. 2'5. 526;
Bird Club; Biology Club; Swimming
Club; Bird Club Student Assembly; Bag-
ketball; Swimming; Senior Life Saving
Corps Captain; Cheer Leader Captain,
ELIZABETH IIEYDRICK LITTLE
4502 Richmond Street
Study Hall Monitor; Hiking Club;
High Way Representative. A; House and
Grounds; Dumheit Club; Student Board.
B; Class Baseball. G. E. U. A; Basket-
ball, D, C. B. A; Tennis, C, A; Hockey,
B; Sesqui Drill.
HELEN ANDERSON LITTLE
4502 Richmond Street
Hiking Club; House and Grounds;
Class Ilovkey. B; Basketball. C, A;
Baseball, G, E, C, A; Tennis, C'. A.
5VM. EDWARD LITZKE
9514 Evans Street
XVilliam C. Jacobs
:11 Acmiem ic
Thirteen Club; House and Grounds,
II. A; Latin Club; German Club; Stu-
dent Board. F, E. D. B, A; Treasurer,
F; Pioneer Representatiw. Gr; Second
Team Baseball. E. C; Intersection Foot-
HENRY TODD MACAULEY
72232 Bingham Street
Robert KY. Byers
.43 JINIHIMIV- Arts
House and Grounds. A; Engineering:
Club; Pioneer Representative. F: Stu-
dent Board. D: Seotiun Treasurer. F;
RECORD Committee; Class Volleyball.
8002 Frankfm-d Avenue
A 7 Wmunmrriul
Commercial Club, B. A.
MARY VIRuINIA MAUINNIN
3013 Nnrth Tenth Street
Cooke Juninr High
High H'uy. Reporter and Mako-up Ed-
itnr. B. Editor in-cllief, A; Vive-Prvsident
Student Board. A; Debating T921111, 26.
27; House and Grmmds. A; I'lmtngmplly
Fommittee; Distinguished. B; Swimming
Club. ,25; Mathemativs Club; Triangle,
C. Judge. B, A; Hiking Club; T. N. T.;
Section President. D to A; Varsity
hasehnll. 2:". Manager. '26. "W' Var-
sity Volleyball Squad. 24. ; Class
IIm-key. "i. ; Tennis Mnnzlgvr. 25. '26;
Numerals: Class Basketball. '25. "26;
Gym Leader. U.
MARY ETHEL MAIION
573? Ogontz Avenue
Cooke Junior High
Cunnueroiul Uluh; Swinnning Club;
CIHSS Basketball. F. D. B: Huss Buso-
ball, 15; Class Volleyball. B.
ISABEL MITCHELL MAIR
3128 Melrose Avenue
llem'y XV. Longfellow
:15 Act! 11cm ic
Glee Hub; Latin Club; Ilousp and
Grounds: Iliyh Way Representative. D:
Varsity msketlmll. II.
ELLEN DIAMOND MARTIN
9100 Ellwmn Avenue
Iletin Club; Swimming Club; Iliking
Club; Pioneer Representative. E; Exe-
vutive Committee. A; Christmas Party.
MARGARET B. MASLAND
6609 North Seventh Street
Oak Lane High
Triangle Club. B. A; High XVay Rep-
rosentative. A: Class Basketball. H. G;
A Assembly: Senior Morning Committee;
T. N. T,
ALICE THOMAS MAXTON
7926 Burlmlme Street
I'mlerwnod Typing Award; Commer
vizll Club. B, A; Student Board. B. A;
Student Board Assembly; Intersection
Basketball Tournament. C; Photography
Committee. A; House and Grounds; Book
Room Cummittee: Christmas Party, D. B.
ANNA MAE MAYER
51307 North Fourth Street
James Russell Lowell
.17 Paul mvrviul
Unnmew-inl Fluh: Class Tennis. 20:
Class Basketball. '24. : Flusx Vollvy-
iE'rTY STEWART McHAm'ICY
.408 Fishers Avmlue
Unuke Juuiur Iligh
Swimming Club; Ilntin Club; Hiking
Uhlh: Varsity Volleyball: Class Basket-
lnlll: Fluss Baseball.
1317 Benson Avenue
House and Grounds; A Assembly CHIIP
mittee: High W111; Representative. i;
Ye Munks; T Square Club. Viov-l'l'esi-
dent. A; Sem'etm'y. V: va'ing' Club;
TI'm-k. TIT. Manager.
SARA KATHERINE MCLAI'GHLIN
6638 Mnl'sden Street
.4 7 l'mu nwrwiul
House and Gmunds; Art Uluh, G. F;
Vnmnwl't-inl Club. 1 A; Fluss Volley-
5146 Saul Street
Study Hall COHHDittPP, Ii A; Latin
Club: Cnngineering Club; Three Muske
tEeI'sj Pioneer Representgtlve; Intersec-
tion Volleyball. A; Tennls, G.
ALBERT ASHTON MEADE
1828 Pear Street
Sevtion Treasurer, G; Latin Club;
CHARLES WILLIAM MEADOWCRAFT, 3RD
4702 Large Street
Distinguished. II to C; Fathersy Asso-
ciation Prize, G, E, C; Thirteen Club
Cup Prize; Latin Club; House and
Grounds; Orchestra; Concertmeister, D,
E; Mnthemuticg Club; A. A. Representa-
tive. H to C; Swimming. a2-1; Freshman
Football Captain, 24; Varsity Football,
25. 26; XVl'estling, $25; Intersection
DOROTHY T. MEGONIGAL
1103 Fillmore Street
Swimming Club; Senior Dance Com-
mlttee; Christmas Party, ,226: Pioneer
Representative. F; Class Basketball. G;
Cyluss' Tennis. 11 D, C; Class Volleyball;
lel'slty Volleyball, Second Team, '26;
Truck, E. C.
CHARLES ELMER MILLER
7425 Tabor Street
Robert 1V. Ryerss
Assistant Circulation Manager. lligh
Way and Pioneer. B; Circulation 31:111-
ager. High 11111; and Pioneer, A; Band.
11 to A; Orchestra. 11 to A; House 21nd
Grounds; I'llderwond Typing Award, A;
Umnmercizll Flub. B. Correspondent. A;
Treasurer. F; Student Board. A; Var-
sity Cross-vountry. B; ank, A: 111t91'-
KATHRYN GERTRI'DE MILLER
2127 Grant Avenue
XVillinm C. Jut'uhs
First Prize. Flowm- Show. E: hxsket-
hall, C. A; Baseball. 19. G; Volleyball.
D; Swimming. 1C. A; Swimming 111111,;
Bird Club; Binlngy Club: Hiking 1111111:
School Arts League: B Assembly; Bird
Flub Student Assembly.
DOROTHY KATHRYN Mlmmmc
237 XVest Albunus Street
A 7 Pom mvw'iul
1101119111511 Club. B. A; Hiking Club.
C. B: Class Tennis. U.
MARY LESIIER MILNER
1117 Foulkrml Street
14,; A wulom i!-
Distinguished. H to 11; Ilillll "'01; RP-
porter. B. Nem's Editor. A; Study 112111
memittee; RECORD BOOK Committee;
Stehle Memorial Prizv; Fathm-s1 Assnvin-
finn Prize, Junior Your: Essay Prize.
Pioneer, 11; T. N. '11.; Latin Huh; Stu-
dent Board Represmmltive. H. F. 19. 11,
B, A: Class Basketball, H to A; Tennis,
F to C; Class 11m'k0y. 11; Advnnwwl
J J J I
L25 r43 MW?
IRVIN S, MI'H'HELL
41308 F Street
James Russell Lowell
Tl'uvk. 24. '26; Freshman Football.
'24; Umsxcmmtry. '25. ".37; Fenclngz
FIND, 25; Chess Club, 25.
MARGARET DOWNEY MITCHELL
4716 anresdulv Avenue
.41, A mlrlmn ic
Class Basketball. U. A; Class Tennis.
U. A: Ilouse and Grounds. A; Hiking
265 JVest Somerville Avenue
James Russell Lowell
House and Grounds; Executive F0111-
mittee; Cmmnel'viul Club; Second Bas-
ketball. "26; Intersection Volleyball. Foot-
Imll. Track; Gym T921111; Dam-e Com-
HARRY CLAY MOORE
110 East Allegheny Avenue
Jnlm II. XVehster
Financial Secretary Student Board. B,
A; lluuse and Grounds. C. A; Dance
Vunnnittee; Philatelic Sm'iety; Art Uluh;
Cmumerviul Club; Ye Monks. President,
H. F. E: Board Member. B. C. A; Inter-
sevtiun Fuotlmll.-B; Volleyball, B. Buse-
lmll C; Dance Committee. A. I
ELIZABETH IH'NNICTT Moxrl'z
4921 Tyson Stl'vet
Latin Club; Biology Flub: Swimming:
Uluhz Christmas Party. 11. F; Pl'esidvnt.
F. E. U; Pionem' Representative. 11.
19; Varsity Volleyball. .23. .24. '23: Ulzlsx
Basketball. C; Flnxs Vullvyhzlll. II, F.
HELEN IRENE Moss
4726 Edmund Stl'evt
Ilem'y XV. Lungfellnw
Umnmerciul Club: Studvnt Pmnrd. F:
l'imlcer Representative. H; Vln-istmus
Party. G; A Assembly and Souiur Morn-
ing Umnmittee; Class Ilm'kvy, 231; Var
sity Hockey. '24, 25: Class Basketball.
ALBERT FHARLICS MHJAN
515 67th Avenue
James Russvll mell
AJ .llrrrhuniv Al'ix
Engineering Uluh; Swimming: Club;
Vigilance Vommittve; Urrhvstl'u. H. IL
F; Freshman Baseball : Sw-mul Team
alsobull. D; Varsity insolmll. A.
Run 1;. MI'ImAY
101$? Fllelten Avenue
.Inmos Russell Lmvvll
I 9 Ar'tltlt'mn'
House and Grounds: Assembly Fom-
mittw. A Assembly and Senior Mm-nm':
Fummittee; Triangle Club; Prusevuting
Attm'nvy. SNTPUIIW. B. President. A;
Mnflwnmtivs Pluh: Dolmting Tmnn: T,
N. T.; TI'HISIII'OI'. II; B Assvmltly; Plum
inskamll. II tn A; Fluss 'lV'nnix.
5915 Osage Avenue
A I A mdemiv
Debating Prize; Debuting Team, 126;
Denmgngues; House and Grounds;
Constitution Contest; Chess. 12-1; A. A.
Representative. D; High Tray and Pio-
nccr Representative. 0; Freshman Cross-
muntl'y; 1V1'est1ing. 23.
6558 Torresdale Avenue
Stehle Memorial Prize; T a C 0 n y
Fathers1 Association Prize; Distin-
guished, H, G, F; Dramatic Club; Swim-
ming Club; Commercial Club; Secretary
and Treasurer. H, G, F; Basketball.
123. 126; Volleyball; Gym Leader; Class
Basketball; Class Hockey; Track.
JOHN HUNTER NELSON
1103 Dyl'e Street
H. B. Hackett
Swimming Team, 123, 124; Swimming
Club, 127; Soccer. ,25. ,26; House and
Grounds; High 1171;; Representative, C;
Section Treasurer, D.
1421 Marlborough Street
Al 11 cademic
Thirteen Club; Secretm'y. D to B; k
A. A. Representative. E; Senior Morning
and A Assembly Committee; Boxing;
Yzlrslfy Cross-cumltl'y; Varsity Track,
EVELYN FRANCES NI'TT
5309 Large Street.
I'nderwood Award; Art Club. H. F;
Commercial Club. B, A: Class Volley
ball. '26; Conunercial Gym Louder.
MARIA ELLEN OAKLEY
413 Ifnruh Street
.1 7 Com m crriul
Remington Typing Award: I'nderwond
Typing Award: Iliking Club: Commer-
cial Club; Swimming Club; Ulnss Bas-
ketball, C, E. D.
JOHN LOUIS OTmAIN
5116 Edmund Street
Al A1 mdmu in
Study Hall Committee; House and
Grounds; Vigilance Committee; Latin
Club; Engineering Club; Boxing; '25;
ELIZABETH BUYER WXEILI,
4400 Paul Street
Latin Club; Class Luske-tlmll.
Forty-n 2'12 6
7;512'1 1:17914: C. PARKER
10:31 Granite Street
Jnstside High, Paterson, N. J.
Hiking Club. B. A; Swimming Club,
B, A; 1101159 and Grounds, A; Class Bus-
ROBERT NEILL PEIRCE
723 XVest Fishers Avenue
James Russell Lowell
Assembly Pianist. H to C; Orches-
tra; Music Club, Treasurer. A; High
Way and Pioneer Representative. E; F
Assembly: RECORD Committee.
ARNOLD S. PERLMAN
1225 Cottman Street
Robert XV. Ryerss
Thirteen Club; House and Grounds,
E, D, C, B, Chairman, A; Ye Monks:
Commercial Club. B; Student Board
Member; Treasurer, E to A; B Assem-
bly Chairman: Intersection sports; Com-
HELEN MAE PETTIT
464-1 Fernhill Road
James Russell Lowell
Latin Club; House and Grounds, D,
B; Class Basketball.
GOTTLOB CHARLES PFUND
4731 North Front Street
A3 Jler'lmnir Arm
Philatelic Society: T Square Club. B.
A; Money Bags. Ye Munks; Engineer-
KATHRYN IIUNSBERGER PRICE
1218 Howartll Street
Frances E. XVilIal'd
GirIbJ Outing Club; Vocational 011t-
ing Club; Latin Club; Swimming Club;
House and Grounds. II: Piouccr Repre-
sentative, E; Student Bmu'rl Represen-
tative. D; Student Assembly. Ii: Class
Huckey, B; Class Tennis. W.
Imms MANSFIELD PRUSSER
5929 Keystone Street
Cooke Junior High
House and Grounds. In to A; Latin
Flub. F to A, Secretary. A: Bird Club,
C. B. A; Class Tennis. F. D; Class
Basketball. C; Class llm'kvy 1?; Class
Ibmm'my IRENE I'I'leR
1212 Filhnnrv Street
Triangle Fluh D tn A. Vire-Prexident.
C to A; Hiking Fluly; Mathmnutit-n
Club; A. A. Iivln'esonmtivo. F to A;
Varsity Volleyball. 24. "13. 26. Man-
:lgm'. '25: Tennis. F t0 A: Varsity Tmr
nis Fupmin. U; Vlnss Basketball. E. U.
A; High U'ay Girls' Atllletit Editnr. A;
House and Grounds. A; Senim' Iiantiw
CHARLES SYLVESTER QL'ILLEN
217 XVest Nedro Avenue
South Philadelphia High
A3 Mechanic Arts
Engineering Club; Swimming Club;
Mathematics Club; Ye Monks; Fencing
Club; House and Grounds, B, A; Track.
127; Varsity Cross-muntry. 126; Inter-
section Volleyball; Cheer Leader, 1:26,
LEONORE MAE RAINEY
518 Robbins Avenue
German Club; Swimming Club; Sec-
tion Treasurer, G; A. A. Representative.
F to B; Varsity Volleyball. 123. 124;
Volleyball Emblem, 121; Class Basket-
ball, 123; Varsity Hockey, Second Team,
125, First Team. 126; Swimming, '25.
'26; Manager, Varsity Basketball. 126;
27; Numerals; Letters; Track, 24, 126;
Varsity Baseball, '26.
WAYNE VOGDES RAMSAY
1121i Fuulkmd Street
A I A cudemic
Tree Oration Committee; Study 112111
Committee. Study 112111 Monitor. 11 to A;
112mg? Committee, C; Latin Club Engi-
neermg Uluh: Three Musketeers; Secre-
tzll'y-Treasurer. 11. G: Varsity Tennis,
1' to A: Tennis. E to A.
KENNETH GORDON REDIFER
3716 ankaI'd Avenue
Juhn 11. 1Vebster
11.3 Mechanic Arts
rV ' 1
1 Square Club; Engmeel'mg Club.
Juux JOSEPH REGNEHY
3-120 North Luwrem-e Street
t'tmke Junior lligll
1.1 .llm-htmiv Arts
LESTER FFRMAN REIIIM
4514 Mulberry Street
Vice-l'l'esident. Circle 12; Secretary.
Fencing Club. A; T Square Ululr. B;
Engineering Club. A; Swimming: Club:
Section President. E. D; Student Board.
A; House and Grounds. II: 7V1'vstliug.
'26. '27; Intersection Football; Study
Hall Uummittee; Art Club; Philateliv
FLUkENm-z L, RISICN
1742 Ulney Awmw
James Russell Lowell
A 9 Amult'mit'
Fllristnms Party. D; Latin Vluly; '1'. N.
T.: Class Volleyball. '26; Class IIm-kvy.
'25; Varsity lltK'ku. '26; Tennis. '24.
'27:. '26; Clam Basketball. '25; Varsity
Basketball. '26. 27; Class Balselmll. '25:
Class Baseball meh. '26. 27; Swim-
ming. 2U. '27; Track. '2'; Gym Louder;
Lm'ker Manager. '26, '27; Numerals and
DELMAR RICHARD Ronsox
943 Foulkmd Street
Fem-ing Fluly: I'llihlteliv Sm-iety;
Pioneer Representative. F. E; Intersec-
Fifty-l 11 1'86
VN 1a Q$ xw
VERNA MAE ROSE
549 Hellerman StrePt
House and Grounds, A; Christmas
Party. F. D; Girl Reserves; Latin Club;
Class Volleyball. F. D; Clasx Basket-
CHRISTINE MARKLEY ROSENBERGER
4908 North Cnmnc Street
Latin Club . D. C. A; Hiking Club, F,
A; Class Basketball, D; Class Baseball,
CMANUEL B. ROTHSTEIN
431 East Eleanor Street
New I'trecht High, New York
.41 A cademic
Fenving Club: A Assembly.
MIRIAM VIRGINIA ROWLEY
1930 Fillmore Street
Henry XV. Longfellow
:1 49 Academic
Girl Reserves. President, A; Triangle
Club; Class Basketball. H, G; Class
433-1 Frankford Avenue
.11 A mdemit-
President. Fencing Club. A; High Way
Representative; Swimming Club: Phil-
atelic Society: Mathematics Club: House
and Grounds; XVl'estling alul Boxing:
ELIZABETH E. SALMON
6-112 Ozlkley Street
.47 Com Hmrviul
Etymology Medal; Remington Silver
Pin: Iynderwood Typing Award Pin;
Uummercial Club; President. G. F, C.
D; Class Volleyball. II; Varsity Volley
lmll. D; Class Tennis. C; RECORD BOOK
Unnnnittee; Christmas Party. 11.
1659 Ilmvul'th Street
Ilvm'y XV. Longfvlluw
Tennis; A. A. Representative. II.
JAMES THOMAS SCIIENKEL
2821 XVihnut Street
.4 .3 Com m err-ial
House 21nd Grounds. A, B, D; Vigi-
lance Cummittee, D; Photography Com-
mittee. A; Ivnderwnod Typing Awards,
A; Commercial Club; V1'estling, H;
Tennis. C; Class Baseball. C; Class V01-
leyball, B. A; Class Football, B.
CARL WILLIAM SCIIMID
HHS Bridge Street
Thirteen Club; Study Hall Committee,
C. B, Chairman, A; House and Grounds,
A; Pioneer Representative. B, A; Ger-
man Huh. B; Treasurer. F, E; Inter-
431 East Allegheny Avenue
Stetson Junior High
Al A cademic
Study Hall Committee; Study Hall
Monitor; House and Grounds, A; Latin
Club, A: Engineering Club, A.
ELIZABETH LOIS SCOTT
5500 North Seventh Street
Cooke Junior High
Remington Typing Award; Underwood
Typing Award; Hiking Club. C; Comv
mercial Club, B, A; Class Basketball,
RUTH ELMIRA SEAMAN
5337 Nnrth Thirteenth Street
Julia Vard Ilmve
Bird Club; Hiking Club; Swimming
Club; House and Grounds; Fhairmam
Lunch Room Committee; Treasurer, H;
Flass Basketball, F; Class Hockey. F-
Varsity Hockey, D; Class Tennis, E, C.
Lows P. SlcumN
1671? Uhurt-h Street
Jnlm II. Vvhste1'
A I A Hldmuit'
Engineering Fluh: Latin Club; Vigiv
1211109 Unmmittev: llmlse 21nd Gl'mmds;
I'hilzltelit' Snoiety; Study Hall Commit-
MARIE RITA SEIFERT
5021b Saul Street
.15 A Wulomir
Uhristmzlx Party, 11: Latin Club;
Swimming Club; Treasurer. E .
IRMA CLARA Sm'rTER
19.3 East Roosevelt Boulevard
Remington Typil g Award: Ummnm-vinl
Huh. B. A; A. A. Representative. 11;
Umnmerciul Gym Leader; Sesqui Drill
and Dance; A and B Dance Uummittve.
B. A; A Dunve Committw. A; Christ
mas Hu-ty, ll.
EVELYN ESTELLE SIIEETZ
1811 North Fifty-niuth Street
A 7 Nam mmwiul
Remington Typing Award; Hiking:
Fluh; Ummnervial Ulula; Student Board.
H; Class Tennis. F; Ilousv :lutl Gruumls;
MARGARET E. SIIELDKNECIIT
949 Foulkrod Street
Girl Reserves, H. G; Dance Committee.
F: A and B Dance Committee, B; S011-
inr Dance Committee; A. AA. Represen-
tative. H. G; Secretary and Treasurer.
D; High H'ay Representative, 0; Christ-
mas Party. F. IL B; Class Basketball.
E; Class Tennis, E. D. C; Class Volley-
ball; Varsity Volleyball. Second Team.
'26: Truck. Ii. C.
GEORGE W. SIGEL, JR.
A I Amulem iv
Circle 12: House and Grounds; Vigi-
lance Committee; Study Hall Monltur;
AGNES GRAY SINK
5123 Rosevelt Boulevard
Iliylz Way. Reporter, B. Clubs Editor.
A: Birthday Fund Committee. A; House
and Grounds. E to A; Bird Club; High
H'ny Representative, D, C; Latin Club.
Iligh Way Representative, A; Section
Treasurer, E; Pioneer Representative.
D; Student Board, C; High, IVay Repre-
sentative. B, A; B Assembly Commit-
tee; Class Hockey. D; Varsity Baseball.
F; Class Tennis, D.
RUTH HARRIET SKEVINGTON
5817 Rezu'h Street
A 4 Academic
Swimming Club; Sock and Buskin;
Vllristmas Party. 11; Christmas Baskets,
B; Tree Urution Committee; Flzxss T011-
CAROLINE CLARK SMITH
1131 Allengrove Street
Christmas Party. C: Biology Club:
Swimming Club; President. G. F. E. V.
B; A. A. Repwsentative. II; Cheer
Lender; Class Volleyball; Varsity Vul-
leylmll. '25; Class Tennis: Basketball.
41, 1 1131111 Street
Vice-I'l'esidmlt of Seniur Class; Treas-
111-1112 Student Bmlrd. 1: Triangle Club;
Student Bmlrd Representative, B; Unm-
mert'iul Club, Vice-I'rosident. A; Trenw
lll'Pl'. II; President, G to A; Student
Board Assembly. B. A; Class anvlmll.
C: Class Hockey. D: Varsity Hovkey.
L: Swimming Club; House and Grounds;
Commercial Gym Lender.
RUTH LOI'ISE SNYDER
3311 Chew Street
James Russell Lowell
Hm-nmn Huh: Ul'g'un Flzlss.
PAUL JOHN S'I'AHL
3209 North Third Street
A2 Fonz merciul
Thirteen Club; Sw-I'etnI'yJFI'msm-er of
A. A.. B. A; I'mlerwuml Typing Award;
Commercial Club; Herman Club; Phila-
telic Society; A. A. Representative. E
to A: A. A. Hmm'il Memlwr; House
DOROTHY MILDRED STEARNE
47-18 Castor Road
.4 .7 Acu them it:
Sock 21nd Buskin, C, B, AF Art- Di-
rector, B. A; Birthday Fund Connnlttee,
U. D; High TVay Representative, .C;
Secretary, E; Treasurer. F. G; Christ-
mas Party, G to A; Dance Committee,
C; Dnnve Committee, A, B.
BERNARD LEO STEIN
259 XVest Ruscomb Street
E'zlsmus Hall High, New York
A I A mulemic
I'Mmugogues; Fencing Club; Mathe-
matics Club; Swimming Club.
RICHARD MASON STEPHENS
1848 East ,,'01'11wall Street
A713 Mechanic Arts
. Student Board, E; Fencing Club; En-
RUTH 1EATRICE STRADTNER
7420 Tabor Street
Benjamin Franklin School
Comnwrviul Club; Pioneer Represen-
tutlvp. F. Ii: leH-utive Uummittee, A;
Remington Award; Class Tennis.
ANNA CHRISTINE SUPPLEE
1127 Harrison Street
:15 A cadem io
Latin Club: Mathematics Club; Presi-
dent. F. C. B; Treasurer. D; Class T911-
nis. E C; Class Basketball. B.
HENRY THEODORE Szxrnmum
48-18 Stiles Street
Henry XV. Longfelluw
.1 1 A mdcm 1'?
Assistant Manager. Varsity Baseball.
'24. .235. '26: Intel'svvtion Fnoflmll: In'
tersH-tiun Vullvyhull: XVrestling. E24:
Middleweight EVl-estling Champion. 23.
VANDA I'IIYLLIS SZKUDLAREK
48-18 Stiles Street,
Henry EV. Longfellow
AT Pom mowial
Remingtnn Typing Award: Commer-
cial Vluh: Iliking Club; Class Tennis.
C; Class Basketball. D; House zmd
LEO J, TARKA
2743; Ash Sh'evt
13 Allerhrluir Arts
Ilousv and Grounds. A: E'I'Pstling.
'27; Truck, 27; Fencing Club, A.
CAROL BT.ANCIIE THAWLEY
41314 Devereaux Street
I lean ry XV. La wton
Latin Club; Mathematics Club; Swim-
ming Club; Hiking Club; House and
Grounds; Class Tennis. C, E; Class Bas-
ketball. B. D,
PAFLINE ELIZABETH THOMAS
4907 North Thirteenth Street
Cooke Junior High
A 5 A cadem i6
House and Grounds; Swimming Club.
D. C; Hiking Club. D. 0: Bird Club. A;
Class Tennis. F. E. D; Class Basketball,
EMMA DARTIIEA TRYNKS
220 Haworth Street
Henry XV. Longfellow
:15 :1 mdcm ic
Swimming Club; Christmas Party, F;
Pioneer Representative: Class Basket-
ball. B; Class Volleyball.
THELMA XVINNIEFRED TUNSTALL
VI11'te 011k Lodge. Burholme
Robert W, Ryerss
gl 7 Com mcrr'ial
Remington Typing Award ; Comnn-n-inl
Club; Italian Club; Girl Reserves; Ger-
man Club; Christmas Party, F, B; House
and Grounds, F, E; Student Board. E.
N; High U'ay and Pioneer Representa-
tive. D. C. B. A; Tree Committee; B
Assembly; Class Volleyball. 11; Class
hskethzlll. G; Flasx Tennis, D; Manager
Vluss Tennis, It; Gym Lender. D.
JOHN WILSON TFKNER
2180 East Cumberland Street
II. B. lIm-kett
A I ,lmulcmiw
Vr9st1ing. G. C; Ihlm'e Committee. A:
Firvle 12. Treasurer: A. A. Repl'esentw
live. U; Student Board. B; Latin Club;
Assistant Funtball Manager. F, D.
DOROTHY SAYRE NEVILLE VADERS
Velsh Road. Bustletnu
Vil1iam F. Jumhs
Al, .1 mulem iv
Dance anmittve. Treasurer; Your
timml Art Club A; Girls. Art Club;
IIELEN EMMA VEIT
352.3 Palethorp Street
James Russell Lowell
.40 A r'ademir-
Hiking,r Club. B. A: German Club.
Vioe-I'resident, D; Treasurer, C; Board
Member. A; House and Grounds. A;
AIntlleImltiCs Club; Basketball. B; Clnsx
Hockey, B; Class Volleyball, B.
MORRIS LEON VULUVNICK
V9st, Dauphin Street
Henry V. Longfellow
A .3 Paul morriul
House and Grounds. H to A; Class
Volleyball and Football; Fluss Day Cour
mittee; Sock 21nd Ruskin. Stage Man-
:Igrm'. U, B, A; Art Club: Unmmm'viul
Flull. B, A; Uirvle 12; Pllilntelir Sm-iety;
Pioneer Iieln'esontntive. F to A; B
Assembly; Sm'ror; Boxing 21nd V1'Ps-
HANNAH, MARIE VROOM
7967 Oxford Avenue
A .3 A or! 419m i0
House 21nd Grounds; Christmas Party.
B; Latin Club; Mathematicg Club. A;
Hiking Club. F. A; Class Hockey. D;
Flass Baseball. G. E, A; Class Basket-
CSTIIER MARY XVALL
1204 Fillmore Street
A 5 Academic
Hiking Club; Mathematics Club: A
Assembly and Senior Morning; Class
Track. D; Class Tennis, ,1; Class Bas-
JAMES EDMUND XVALMSLEY
4938 Penn Street
XVilliam C. Jacobs
A I A endemic
Study Hall Committee, C. B. A; Vigi-
lance Cmnmittee. G, F; German Club;
High H'uy Representative, D; Umsw
muntry. D, C; XVl'estling. C; High 1Vuy,
Reporter. B. Hrohunge Editor, A;
RUTH ELIZABETH XVALTERS
3911'; Idrdrick Street
Henry V. Lawton
A7 A mdemic
Latin Club: Mathematics Club: Ilik-
ing Club; Pioneer Reprosentative. II. Gr;
Class Baseball: Class Basketball; Class
3328 Kensington Avenue
Stetsun Junior High
Domngogues: Fencing Club; Volley-
ROSE RUTH WEISBURG
530 East Ruvklnnd Street
Remington Award. B: IMstinguished.
B: Underwood Award. B: Cmmnerrinl
Club, B, A; Hiking Club. AX; House and
Grounds; Student Bunrd. C: Senior
Morning and A Assmnhly Vnmmittw:
Class Volleyball. P: Class Tennis.
11322 Tulip Stl'wt
Ilikin: Hub: Latin Huh: hsketball.
ICUI'I'II MARY WILEY
120 V0 Vt Allnmus Street
Remington Typing Award. B; Com-
mercial Hub. B. A; House and Grounds,
C. B. A: Outing Committee; Class Vol-
leyball. H; Class Tennis. E, U; Sesqui
Drill and Dance; Commercial Gym
Leader; Christmas Baskets. F.
$3272 Jasper Street
Jth 11, XVehstvr
1,; .Ilvr'hunir Arts
HARRY JOSEPH WILSON
5045 Jackson Street
Henry V. Longfellow
.13 Jlechanir Arts
Study Hall Committee; Circ19712:
Student Board. D. B; Executive Com-
mittee. D; Baseball.
ANNA REA XVOMELSDORF
5501 North Seventh Street
Cooke Junior High
. A ,-. Earav
Remington Typing Award. B; Distin- '3
guished, B; Commercial Club, B. A;
House and Grounds. B; Dance Commit-
tee, C, B, A; B Assembly Committee.
FLORENCE ELIZABETH WURTELE
4860 North Broad Street
Conke Junior High
Swimming Club, D; Hiking Club, C; ;
Student Board Representative. D; Sec-
retary, B, C. A; Christmas Party. B.
4-1350 Paul Street
.43 le'luluiv ,lI'fN
Urvllestl'u. F. E. D: Engineering Club:
Pllilzltelit Snciety; Tl'nvk: Freslnnzm
f1:ll'itIISS-t'nlllltl'y. II; Intoresrtiou Yullvy
HELEN FATHEIHNE Yumnc
14549 IIUWZII'HI Street
A; l'orutimml Ir!
House and Grnumls. II: Girls Al't
Flub: Vumtiunul Art Club; Swimming
Flub: Musiv Club; Ulll'istnms Party. II:
le Club. i A; Class Volleyball. 11:
Fluss inskothzllL F. H; Class Tennis.
IL B. A; Assistant Manager Tennis. B.
A; Distinguished. B.
4215! North Franklin Street
Cooke Junior High
Iivmingtnn Tylwwriting Award: Swim-
ming Club; Art Club; Comnwrvizll Club:
House and Gruunds; A. A. Representa-
tive. E to A; Varsity IInc-key. F. Di
Varsity Tennis. F; Class Baseball. F;
Varsity Basketball. 25. 26. 327: Swim-
ming. 26. 27; Gym Leader: Varsity
vak. 25. '26. 27.
JOHN BENJAMIN ZIMMERMAN
974 Bridge Strevt
A 2 Font merr'iul
Hunmercinl 0111b. B. A: House Elllll
l E F,
Wm M 1'1
Firsf Rolf: M. MeNeni'y. 1C. XVnhnsley. U. Sehmid, w, Ramsey. A. Liston
Npemul Row: J. U'Dmin. V. Svinllu. Mr. Ruby. IL him'. E. quk
Study Hall Committee
The Studv Hall Committee is an organization seldom encountered by
those boys who keep to the ttstraight and narrowf,
But those who have a fondness for cutting study hall or doing something
else forbidden, are usually aware of its existence.
The committee is made up of ten or twelve boys, mainly seniors, who
check up on the study hall attendance, after school. It,s no fun, when it
begins to get warm and pleasant out Of doors to stay in school and work and
worry because some fellow has carelessly put, down the wrong seat number
on his Slip, or has spent the period at Zeisigis, when he should have been in
However, it is not the purpose of this article to deliver a sermon, but
to convince the reader that the Study Hall Committee is one of the hardest
working and least known organizations in the school.
tVith 311.. Clarence Rahy as adviser, and under the able leadership Of
t'url Schmid. the work of the committee has been running vei'v smoothly this
term. The greatest difficulties are encountered with i
boys new to the school,
and others who willfullv or
'ul'elessly fill out incorrect study hall slips.
In the year 1980, an Egyptologist discovered among some sandwich
trees, an ancient Egyptian obelisk. Upon this obelisk were the usual hiero-
glyphics. But these hieroglyphics were strangely arranged. The obelisk was
cut up into many notches, between which the hieroglyphics were written. The
Egyptologist got out his dictionary and started in to fathom out the story of
the obelisk. It took him a year to figure out the signs, which were a mixture
of shorthand and chemical symbols. His translation found the following
The obelisk appeared to be a diary, written by an American-Sen-Yor, by
the name of Frank Fordhie. He had written everything from when he had
been born until when he had died, and then some. Not only had he written
about himself, but in his period devoted to education, he had made general notes
upon his class and classmates. Extracts from these notes, selected by the
Egyptologist, will now appear.
This autumn, 1923, A. D., a rather nondescript bunch of homogeneous,
protoplasmic specimens invaded the peaceful campus of Frankford High School
to the terror of the natives. TVe were immediately designated as ttThe Class
of June, i273, The animals were ushered into the menagerie and were fed
with school spirit by RH. Snook. Later we were fed 9twatties by the various
teachers and instructors.
September 30, 19923. The keepers have tamed the animals down to a
normal degree of calmness and we are now Frankford High students. The
silence is broken only occasionally by one or two of us ringing the bells in the
corridors for sandwiches 0r soup, or by protestations 0f the above for bigger
and better elevator service.
I have become acquainted with some members of the class. Among the
more outstanding is Henry DiGiovannantonio, who, for obvious reasons, has
won a name for himself in the school. The teachers, of course, have created
quite a little bit of merriment by calling him ttOh Henry? I have met another
fellow, too, who is likely to be noted. His name is Robert George Edgar. He
is twins and consequently has a dual personality.
October12,1923. We have become used to the asseinblies-ehlonday,
ztEgyptinn for roster.
twi'w 'Te'; -'.- A3. v
They help me to pass
although the student assemblies have some darn
H'edncsday and Friday Inornlngs. Anyway, I haye.
the time away from classes, '
good plays. One lasted fifteen minutes past assembly tlme.
September 10, 1924. I have returned! Strange, is it not? We are
gradually getting accustomed to the elongated coverlngs of the lower extrem-
ities of the male sex and the abbreviated ditto of the opp051te d1tt0. The
girls seem to please my eye this term. The school has not changed but for
one exception. It is a trifle noisier. The sophomorlcal 1nHuence has certalnly
improved the school.
Next day, 1924. I helped razz a bunch of the new pests today, and
ttSic transit gloria mundW of the sophomorical duties.
September 10, 1925. I have arrived safely back from vacation, to find
that last year,s juniors have left their places vacant, so we decided to fill
them. IVe also found something else. A piece of paper, on which printing
was printed, was given to us. It was called the High Way. The first issue
cost us nothing. School has improved.
A week later, 1925. School is not so good. We have to pay three cents
for this High ItVag. If I don,t get a raise in my allowance, I won,t be able
to buy one.
One month later, in the same year. I have noticed an epidemic of" club
joining has been rampant among our class members. I, too, have been bitten
by the bug, and have joined the Boy Reserves, the Secret Order of the Uncles
of Red Suspenders ta literary society in disguiset, the Q. E. D., and the
Thirteen Club. I joined the latter club because of the handsome pin they gave.
October 30, 1.925. I have forgotten to state in my diary that the organ
contract was signed, a drive begun, and a deluge of jokes began to appear in
the High IIVay within these past two weeks. D3 tEditorial Note: The present
A2 sectiont made itself famous when it started off the drive by voluntarily
contributing a sum Which amounted to thirty dollars, legal tender of the
December 1, 1995. tt0 Death, Where is thy stingw or words to that
byegosheheck! On the muddy Franklin Field we proved our better playing,
but our evil genius appeared in the last eight minutes. Itll never forget that
last eight minutes when Germantown scored! I cannot write any further.
April 17, 1926. We have acquired an honor for the school of another
type than that of sport, or rather the debating team has. A double Victory
in. debating won the Interscholastic Debating Cup. The boys romped Off
Wlth a 9-0 score and the girls With 54. The chief jaw-breakers from our class
were Ellen Fernon, Mary Maginnis and Joe Myerson. The members of the
teem have been presented with handsome monkey wrenches to commemorate
April 31, 1926. Our class proved its superiority over the last C class by
reviving the C Dance, which was held at Belfield C. C. ,Twas there that we
became acquainted with those that we didnit know. We had a wonderful
time dancing to the tunes of Alike Fischis orchestra. After the orchestra
had strained itself, 01' rathed had ended playing its strains, we adjourned.
As I didnit and couldnit dance, I didnit attend, but nevertheless I had a
Illay 28, 1926. Last week I witnessed the much-heralded itCaptain Apple-
jackw Lib Conlen, of our class, was the leading lady, and Bud VVilhams the
leading man. This play certainly did gain popularity, for the boys soon
adopted the word itscumii for purposes which they know best to use them for.
June 10, 1.926. After several months of strenuous work, I assisted at an
almost forgotten drill at the Sesqui Exposition. During my period of intense
training, whenever I heard the strains of tiStars and Stripes FOYeVOI',, Gidi-
torial Note: Ancient version of the Prisoneris Songj, I immediately assumed
the ridiculous poses which had been imposed upon me.
June 11, 1.926. At last! Our hopes, dreams, expectations, prayers and
plans have been fulfilled. The organ was dedicated this morning. The first
selection, of course, was ItTwilight Is Falling? followed by cheS, We Have No
Horses, Horses, Horsesf and TWIarehe Slave? played by NIL Newmeyer. The
ceremony was impressive, but warm. NIr. Joseph Catharine, Vice-President of
the Board of Education, and Dr. Edwin C. Broome, Superintendent of Schools,
spoke to us in appreciation of our accomphshments. Ahem!
June .32, 1936. Vacation has at last dawned upon us, and thus closes
our Junior year.
June 23, 19,36. Arrived at Frogtown-on-the-Raneocas, New Jersey.
September 9, 1926. Returned from Frogtown-on-the-Rancocas, New
September 10, 1926. Today I casually accepted the duties, dignities and
divertissements of a Senior. It is about time. The usual jokes about the
Busy BK appeared in todayts High llVay.
November 9, 19,36. Today I received a yellow metallic band significant
of the fact that I was what I am and that I had paid out some dough.
According to the High ll'ay, we went through the corridors wiggling one
finger and writing left-hzmded, in order to expose this band. After these
jokes had subsided, we exposed the new adornments, compared them, and in
some eases bestowed them upon the apple of our eyes. Anyway, I did.
November 1.9, 19,26. Franny Hatton,s football team ttdonett their best
all season. but when battling our worst rival, they could make only a 7-7
score. which turned out to he a tie. Blany were the hearts that were weary
that night. Three of the stars of the game this season were from our Class.
France Hutton. who may tack Captain before his name, Del Jones and
Hall Conn brought honors t0 Frankford and our ClELSS.
Dcwmbcr ,4, 1030'. Last night three plays were given and I saw them
and they were pretty good. Lib Conlen starred again in ttThe Sponge?
Ih't't'mbrr 11, 19.36. Ilm all tired out from that A and B Dance last
night. Pat Riley and his Scions kept us going all last night at Sears9
Academy. The dance was fine, and it introduced me to the academy floor.
There was one thing, however, that could have been better. TVhy didnit they
build the Roosevelt Boulevard nearer a trolley car?
December :21, 19,36. The B Play is just over and everybody is laughing.
The play was Tarkingtonis iiY-Y-Y-in coached by Miss Gleeten and
Miss Gillman. The part of Herbert XVinstead was admirably taken by
Ross Fotheringham. The girls, Ruth lNIurray, Louise Burkhardt, ltlildi'ed
Carton and Anna Bacher supplied us with laughs in the personages 0f Anita,
Caroline, lVIrs. VVinstead and the maid, respectively. Frederick Krupp made
an excellent dad in the shape of Mr. XVinstead. Bob Edgar was the nervous
Roger Colby, while his brother George was the invisible voice of the radio.
1V10rris Volovnick entered the stage as the chauffeur and became an accomplice
of Herbie. The whole production was fine all the way through.
Today also, the old order changeth. Peanut Maginnis was unanimously
elected editor-in-chief of the High lVagj, a position that had been formerly
held by boys. The other members of the staff Were elected too, but their
names can be obtained from any High lVay 0f the fourth volume. I dislike
writing names in my diary.
December 21,1926, night time. Hallis Convicts supplied the Latin Clubis
Christmas Partv with music. i3X nice time was had by all?
December $723, 1926. Today I witnessed, for the first time, a Christmas
party, for which this school is famous. Mr. Sigman played the fellow with
SENioR MORNING Con M l'lt'l'lCE
the red knickers and shook hands with all the children. The gym teelned with
children, girl helpers and presents. I watched them from the gallery until
the crowd was. forcibly ushered out.
January 14, 1927. Today was a big day in our lives. IVe elected our
class president. Our three football stars were nominated, but not for football
alone, for they are all excellent scholars, wrestlers, and jazz musicians also.
The election would have been a tie if one of the voters present had been absent,
but fortunately for one candidate and unfortunater for another, he was there,
and Del Jones beat Hall Conn by a nose, or rather by one vote. Franny
Hatton ran a close third in a close election.
Five minutes later I voted for the class adviser. 311'. C. Russell thrphy
and Miss Roseina C. Gillman finally won out.
January 18, 1927. Today was class day for the present senior Class.
Del Jones showed his powers of speech when he received a cap and gown from
Charhe Kullman, without even putting a deposit of some sort on it.
January 22, 1927. I had a great time last night. The Commercial Club
gave 1ts annual dance. I went to the gym and found it decorated with the
sehool colors, 21 roguels gallery, the product of the clubls talent, and IValt
Gays orchestra. The latter kept me busy all night. I'nfortunately the time
elapsed and the curfew blew and the etc. happened, so I was forced to wend
my way homeward.
F, . ' w yv w 3
tbrumg 5. JJHI. Ptilliiiiliig the natural course of human events, I
Con MENCEMENT COMMITTEE
became a 9tsupercilious personage, but I still notice that my hat fits me.
February 10, 1.927. I have just learned from a reliable source that
France Hatton had the A. A. presidency wished on him and that Julia
Aveginis, our girlst volleyball captain and basketball star, was made his
Five minutes later. I have also learned that Bob Edgar and Blary
IVIaginnis have reversed the positions they have on the High IVay. Bob took
the presidency and Peanut was made his understudy. Harry 1N100re and
Ted Engel opposed Bob, but unfortunately for them, Bob got it.
February 14, 1927. We had a class meeting today and the popular
NIary Smith became our vice-president over Pat NIurray and Ellen Fernon.
Like her superior officer, Del Jones, she is a scholar, athlete and popular girl.
NIay Herrmann tthe same things apply herQ was made handler 0f the mail
and Ted Engel keeper of the cash. Ted is bound to be our worry all this
term now. IVhere will I get my dues for that guy to grab?
February 15, 1927. At last Arnold Perlman has an office! Our class
politician was awarded the chairmanship of the House and Grounds after
being defeated for several Offices by narrow margins. He volunteered A2 to
clean up the campus, which we will do, except when it rains 0r snows.
I have just learned that Hall Conn got the head money grabbership with
INIae Hulgen as his associate of the Birthday Fund. Thank goodness! I dorft
have anv more birthdavs for him to get money from me for.
JlIa-rrch 8, 1.927. 61am committees were chosen today, and I am beginning
tligyptizin dialect, south of the Nile, for high school seniur.
to think that our class officers are not so hot. They stuck me 011 the RECORD
BOOK staff. Darn the luck. XValton Burriss was most unfortunate, however,
in being made the editor-in-chief. XVhy couldnlt I have been put on a smaller
committee with less work?
Jlarch 11, 1937. Today is a happy day for the girls. Their basketball
team has again won the championship. llIarion Brugler, the captain, and
a half dozen or so other members of the team honor our class by belonging to it.
Todav is also memorable because the High "My staff has journeyed to
the Colunibia Scholastic Press Association Convention, thus leaving the air
clear. A telephone call just told me that We received first honorable mention
tfourth prizel, and that we were the only Eastern paper to get honorable
April 1, 19327. The High IVay sold out today. Perhaps it was because
it was in hve colors and was the Nonsense Number, but I don,t think it was.
I think that the day being April 1, the students merely wanted to fool the
Business Staff and therefore bought more High Ways than usual.
April 8, 1927. Last night I heard the girls debate for the interscholastic
debating cup against Overbrook High. The subject was ttResolved that the
United States should attempt to foster a Pan-American League? Joe lVIyer-
son represented our class with the boys. His team won, 7-2. The girls, team
defeated the others to the tune of 6-3. Pat thrray and Peanut Maginnis
ably represented our class. Whatls a debating team Without a lVIary Maginnis?
Easter lVeek, 1.927. The RECORD Committee worked hard all this week.
So have 1. Every morning when I arise at 11 or 12 olclock I immediately
think of the work I have to do. I go over to see- Walt Burriss and we both
thinku Then I go home to read or to some other wild sport.
April 22, A. D. Tonight was the A and B Dance. The Navy Blue, or
rather the Blue Jacket Eleven syncopated while we terpsichored. At the
usual time we adjourned, but not before we had a good timeedancing and
watching the embryo seniors trying to dance.
April 8, 1927. Retracing my steps, for I forgot to mention that we had
our tree oration today. Ed Neveil orated before the trees, and May Herr-
mann read the tree poem. Then we shivered back to the building.
. May 3, 1927. Today we had ae Here the passing of time, rain and
w1nd obliterated the obelisk. Try as hard as he could, the Egvptologist could
fathom no more school news. The next discernible item was th the effect that
he had just joined the race of married men. The Egyptologist stroked his
beard softly, resolving to come back and read the rest of the obeliskls historv.
Lnfnrtunately, the Egyptologist was overcome by the great heat and the task
of dec1phering the almost illegible hieroglyphics, and calmly expired on the
spot. tEd'itorial Note: The Egyptologist was the late Mr. Dolph Judd. He
15 now burled in the catacombs of Tacony, PaJ
3. "w s. ..
The mainstay of sports at Frankford is the spirit of the student body
which supports these activities through the Athletic Association. XVith the
amount of money collected from A. A. tickets each term, Frankford is able to
equip its teams as well as, and better than most schools can.
The members of the faculty are always willing to give their services to
coaching teams, and no small amount of credit is due the coaches for success-
ful Frankford teams.
Athletic activities hold a very important position in the lives of young
people. In view of this fact, a large variety of sports is represented in
Frankford teams, so that everyone has a chance to indulge in some form of
healthful sport. Intersectional as well as interscholastic contests are held
and those who participate, derive the benefit of making new friends and getting
physical as well as mental training.
The new athletic field and stadium which have recently come into Frank-
fordhs possession, gives it an advantage which many other schools do not have.
This should be another incentive for Frankford teams to make good, and for
Frankford students to support, their teams.
FOOTBALL TEAM, 111;:
BASEBALL TEA M. 192'
The ambition of almost any high school is to have a championship foot-
ball team, but as freshmen we did not experience such a thrill. The team of
,23 lost every league game. Since we were freshmen we were in no way respon-
sible for this mishap.
Frannie Hatton was a member of Captain Giugel,s team in 1924. The
team lost a game to Central and then won until they played Germantown, who
defeated them by a 13-0 score.
The 1925 season was a more enjoyable one for our football rooters. They
saw Bryn Athyn, Haverford, Southern, and Central held scoreless. West
Philadelphia succeeded in scoring, but we won 12-6. Now the championship
seemed assured, and it was a record crowd that saw Germantown even up the
score after trailing for three periods. The play-off took place on Franklin
Field. Hatton and Conn were our only classmates in the game. Our seven-
point lead vanished in the final minutes of play, when Germantown scored a
touchdown and a field goal. Thus the game ended 10-7, and down came game,
championship, and all.
In 1926 Frannie Hatton was captain. Jones, Conn and NIeadowcroft
were our other classmates 0n the squad. Undaunted by a poor start and
beaten by a marvelously lucky break on West Philadelphia7s part, the team
found itself, and won the next two games. They then were in a position for
the championship by beating Germantown. However, the result was a 7-7
tie and we were forced into third place, although we! had tied the champions.
Frankford did not arouse any fear in the hearts of the member teams of
the Public High League in 1924, because the team lost every league tilt and
there was no opposition for last place.
The following year was more successful, however, and at the end of the
season the team was in fourth place. Northeast was a strong contender for
the title that year, and the Pioneers sprang a surprise by beating the Archives
18-9 in their second game.
In 1926 the team made a good start and defeated Southern once and
Germantown twice. At the close of the season they were in fourth place again.
The 1927 team was very fortunate in that several members of our class
were members. They are, Hatton, Kardevan, Wilson, Beadle, Litzke, Jones,
and Latch was manatger. Mr. Barfoot is responsible in a high degree for What
success our teams have had.
Snu'KH TEAM. 19215
BASKETBALL Tm M, lfl'JH-BT
EI-flh fy-fou r
Frankford always makes a good record at soccer, and it seems that the
team made exceptional efforts to hold to the tradition in 1923. At any rate,
our freshman hearts were thrilled with the way the team played. They won
the public high championship, and the Haverford Cup by beating Friends
Central 7-0. Another noteworthy achievement was accomplished when the
powerful Girard College eleven was tied.
In 192-1: the team played well also, either winning or tying every game
until the final one which was with Central. For the first time in three years
Frankford lost to Central. The score was 3-2, very close, but it decided the
1Vith only three veterans back in 1925, the team lost both preliminary
games, to Haverford and Upper Darby, by narrow margins, but the final league
game found Frankford and Northeast tied in the race for the title, both teams
having won all of their games so far. Northeast won game and champion-
The 1926 team was another tribute to 11h: Barfootts work as coach. The
end of the season found Frankford and Northeast again equally Worthy of
the championship. The Archives won the play-otf and Frankford dropped into
As with most Frankford basketball teams, the one of 1923-24: was handi-
capped by a lack of veteran players. The new team succeeded in tying for
fourth place, however.
The next season Mr. Ashton took 1111'. Geiges, place as coach of the
team. He found the same difficulty that Mr. Geiges had found, and was obliged
to train an inexperienced team. Although they did not win any games, they
were hard to beat, as the scores showed.
The 1925-26 season offered no brighter prospects, but Coach Ashtonts
efforts were rewarded in part when Southern was beaten for the first time
in three vears by the Pioneers. Central also went down to defeat, but there
ended the winning streak. Hatton was manager of the team.
Some very exciting games featured the 1926-27 season. The XVest Phil-
adelphia game, especially, will be remembered as being uncertain until the last
whistle, our boys the losers by a narrow margin. The fact that they did not
win any games did not keep them from playing just as hard in the final game
as in the first, a spirit that is sure to reward succeeding teams that catch it.
Hatton and Kardevan are the members of the class of June, 127, on the team.
Ted Engel served as manager.
TENNIS TEAM, 192T
TRACK TEA M, 1027
The boysl annual tennis tournament adds much to the interest taken in
tennis at Frankford. Competition between members of the same school lends
a. touch that is not present in interscholastic contests. In 19241 Mr. Engle, the
coach of the tennis team, began the custom of offering a cup to the winner of
the tournament. IVhen the city recently gave the school the plot of ground
adjoining the Stadium, Mr. Geiges and the boys did a fine piece of work in
constructing the new court. Having courts of its own, the school is prompted
to take more interest in the sport.
The tennis team usually enjoys a successful season. In 923 and :24! they
won three and lost two, winning and losing to the same teams both years.
In 326 Hausler and Beadle were members of the fall team, which finished
in second place. Hausler was elected captain of the spring ,27 team. Beadle,
who also graduates with us, is a member of the team. The spring tennis
league consists of about fifteen clubs. In playing some of these clubs, our
boys meet very able players and gain much worthwhile experience.
Track is a sport which has gained considerable popularity at Frankford,
especially in the past few years.
The policy is to provide for the largest possible number of boys and
have them participate in competition with their school chums as Well as with
boys from other schools. Individual stars do not receive any special atten-
tion, and the younger boys all have a chance to become worthy track men by
the time they are ready to graduate.
In 1927 the squad showed particular promise of a successful season.
Frankford secured a place in the annual Penn Relay Carnival for the first
time when a relay team composed of Bob Edgar, Yerkes, Fulmer, and McCaf-
ferty won third place in the Philadelphia Public High Championship one mile
The team won a triangular meet from Central and Southern, the first
time a track meet had been won by Frankford in five years.
The class of June, ,27, was well represented: Conn, George and Bob
Edgar, Bailey, Neveil, Krupp, Baden, Burger, Judd, Regnery, Green, IVilkins,
Tarka, Macauley, and McDowell, manager.
Mr. Rabv has coached the team for several years, and to him should
go a goodly share of any credit or laurels that might come to the team.
Fm M PIONS my In S KETBALL TEA M
IVhen we were freshmen-ein the long, long agoeclass volleyball was
over-run with us, and we were very proud of the fact that our class contributed
Leonore Rainey t0 the varsity second team.
The 1921!: team saw quite a few of our girls. Julia Avigenis, Dorothy
Puder, Elizabeth hIoritz, and Frances Buchler made the first team, while
Lenore Rainey was promoted from second to first. That year, Mary Maginnis
blossomed out and made the second team.
Our class was well represented 011 the '25 team, too. Julia Avigenis cap-
tained the team, and Dorothy Puder serVed ably as manager. Frances Buchler
and Elizabeth hIoritz retained theii positions on the first team, and hIary
hIaginnis received an allV in lVIathilda Neeienberg
The 1926 team legained the championship that we lost the p1eV1ous season
to Kensingtonethat was the fiist time 1Ve11e1'e not champions du1ing 0111'
four years at Frankford.
The i26 champs were captained by Julia Avigenis, and Dorothy Puder
held her old position 011 the first team. 0111' class gave some new players to
the second team. They were: BIargaret Sheldknecht, DorothV hIegonigal,
Betty llIcGal'Vey, and lIary Beadle. thaij ' llIaginnis was again noted for he1
work on the second team.
Stop! Look! Listen! XVe may well sing the praises of our championship
Throughout the several years of the basketball teamis work, Julia
Avigenis has held an enviable position on the team. Julia has filled the places
of captain, manager, and correspondent, respectively.
DIarion Brugler, too, has won praise for her excellent captaincy 0f the
team of 627.
Jule and Brugie share the honors as center players and captains of
the varsity six.
The championship was 1V 011 by the six ttshooterslt 0f i26. Helen Ziegler
pla1ed guard position, Laura Henderson, t0111a1d and Julia Avigenis, center.
Ida Filemvr, F'IOIence Risen, and D010thV Lightfoot made the second
team of ,26, and hIarion BILIUlEI' and Ellen Fe1'11011 were reliable substitutes.
With lVIarion Brugler as captain of the ,27' team, it was not hard to defeat
the rival teams, and it is not at all difficult to under stand why the champion-
ship was 1V on when we consider that along with the captain, our class supplied
the guard, Helen Zieglei, and center, Julia A1ige11is Leonore Raine1, also
of our class, proved herself an able 111a11ag'e1'this season
hIaV Herrmann, lVIalV Beadle, and Florence Risen replesented 0111' class
011 the second team, and it is no seeiet that the tsecond six were also
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The clubs of the school have always offered a pleasant diversion to those
students desiring extra-curricular activities. There seems to be an ever-in-
creasing interest shown in clubs, for almost every term at least one more name
is added to the already large list, until at present practically every phase of
school life is covered.
Clubs are not only of vital interest to the students, but quite a few of
them aid the school. Some give books to the library each term, thus helping
to enrich the lives of their successors. From time to time, speakers have been
obtained for assemblies, Christmas baskets have been donated, contributions
for special undertakings have been given, and numerous noteworthy projects
In the student assembly on the last Monday of lVIarch, 1927, the clubs
were given an opportunity to demonstrate their worth and activities. Prac-
tically all the clubs had a part, and presented an enjoyable program.
Every student who can possibly avail himself of the opportunity should
endeavor to be connected with at least one club. They are a source of enter-
tainment, inspiration, and instruction, and are worthy of consideration from
A N-.c-..H .
.x'mft'rl. Find Now: Mr. tVillinmx. F. Iiuttun, Ml: Goigox II. Conn. Mr, Snnnk. V. St'llmitt,
Ii. Edgar. 7
Nr'r'mul Now: A. Itm-hnzm. IL IN 1H1wunnuntnnin. tV, Litzke. IC. Noveil, D. mes, P. btzlhl.
'lhirrl How: tV. lillrrisx. Mr, vanu'yvr. H. Etlgnln
The Thirteen Club, our boyy honorary society, selects its 111c111b01's from
those in the graduating chiss Who have been unusually active in some phase
of whool work-scholarship, athletics, popularity, or the possession of a par-
tivulnr talent in a marked degree. The first five members are chosen by tho
prwuhng chlh. and through a series of nwL-tings the entire enrollment of
thirtm-n is complete.
Mr. Shook was host at the clutfs first 111ccting. The following officers
an- t-h-vtut at that time. Hull Conn, president; Francis Hatton, ViCC-pl'CS-
idt-nt: linhl-rt Edgar. treasurer: Carl Schmid, secretary. 311'. Austin Homer,
:m hnnm'ury lllt'lllth' of the original Thirteen Fhlh, and 3112 Sherwood John-
x011. xxhn fmnrwt the dub with a number of delightful piano solos. wore the
Tht w vnjnyuhh- timm vmltinuv hvyoml tho svnior tcl'mtaftcr graduation
tln- nu-mht-I'x :uw rt-vviH-d into the greater Thirteen Club. composed of the boys
nt' .111 HW 'lthirtm-n Huhx. Reunions hun- hccn inaugurated in which the group
ix brought togt-thm-r unm- mon- in fvllowxhip and ptvusurc. In this wuv the
inftm-nm- nt' tlw ,lVIIil'tH'H Huh continually remains With its mmnhcrs. t
Seated. Front Row: M. Smith. E. Chii-hester. D. Puder. R. Murray. M. IIerrmnlm. E. Fernnn,
Center Row: A. Fury. M. Carton. A. IVAmlren. G. Johnson. H. Carey. 11. Mottinger,
Bari: Row: L. Smith. Miss Reed, M. Rowley.
The Triangle Club was formed several years ago with the idea of pro-
moting a greater interest in debating. From the time of its organization it
has been very active along this line, and it has had many fiery and instructive
Ever since this club has existed, it has taken upon itself the training of
the girlst team for the interscholastic debates, and there is a great deal of
interest and enthusiasm shown When the try-outs for the big event approach.
This year, the girls, team defeated the Overbrook team by the score of 6-3.
The girls on the team, and their coach, hIiss Reed, are to be congrat-
ulated for their splendid work and the honors they have brought to this
school. They always work hard and long, but are amply rewarded, for their
team has never yet been defeated.
Under the leadership of Miss Reed, the club has a promising outlook,
although quite a number of its members are graduating with the class Of
The senior members are: Elma Carey, Anna DtAndrea, BIary bmlth,
iVIarV hlaginnis, May Herrmalm, Mildred Carton, Dorothy Puder, Ruth Mur-
rav, IVIargaret Blasland, Ellen Fernon, hhrmm Rowley, and Blarion Brugler.
Standing: J. Bill. 0. Cromwell, R. Latch, H. W'ilson; G. Roth, G. MeGlaughlin.
Sittiny: R. Ilausler. G. Sigel, XVilliam Boerekel, adriser; K. Dailey, L. Reihm. J, Turner.
The Circle Twelve is in its third term as a school institution. In its nature
it is elective. The present members are: K. Bailey, president; L. Reihm, Vice-
president; G. Sigel, secretary; J. Turner, treasurer; R. Latch, R. Hausler, H.
Wilson, M. Volovnick, G. Roth, J. Bill, G. NIcLaughlin, and J. Cromwell. AS
an outstanding activity this term, the Circle Twelve decided to make a bigger
and better High 11703; by soliciting advertisements from the merchants from
this and adjoining schools of the city where the High "ray is read.
The spirit of friendliness and duty to the school is greatly aided by the
help of the club adviser, Mr. Boerckel, who has been the adviser of every
chapter since the club began, and says he can see the club growing in strength
and prominence in school.
The club ran an advertisement C
has taken quite a few
City and Doylestown.
ach Week in the High "ray. The club
trips in the past term, the most notable being to Ocean
The Commercial Club is controlled entirely by the senior commercial
classes. To be eligible for membership, at student must in an A or B advisory
group and must take commercial subjects.
The club has four purposes which it tries to stimulate: to create better
social ideals, to promote an interest in all school activities, to prepare the
students for business, and to foster high standards of scholarship.
Three meetings a term and either a picnic or a dance at the end of
the term complete the Clubts schedule. The meetings are of the finest and
most enjoyable type. Outside speakers give interesting talks to the club rela-
tive to commercial topics.
The activities of the club are not entirely confined to the meetings. Every
term the club, accompanied by advisers, takes trips to numerous commercial
houses in the city. The club has found trips to such places as the Federal
Reserve Bank, the Comptometer Adding Machine School, and the Elverson
Building extremely interesting and educational.
The officers for the spring term are: Dolph Judd, president; NIary Smith,
vice-president; Alvin Burger, secretary; Catherine Lacey, treasurer. Mr.
Birath, Mrs. Baby, Miss Saile, and NIT. Werner are the advisers.
Each your the graduating class is well represented in the Latin Club,
which is the oldest in the school.
Almost all the officers are in the A class. Thcy arc: Robert Edgar, pros-
idcnt; Grcorgo Edgar, vicc-prcsident-trcasurer; Doris PrOsser, secretary, and
Agnes Simi, High 1171;; representative. This is the first time in the history of
the club that the two highest officers have been brothers, and twins at that.
The members are entertained by faculty talks and take 00 usional trips to thc
l'nivorsity of Pennsylvania. At the 0nd of each term a party is given. Last
year this resolved itself into a Roman banquet.
Miss McCuulh-y, who had long been the faculty adviser, was married
in March. Mi". Benjamin Biswunger very cmnpotontly took her place.
At each commcnccmont the club gives two prizes for cxcellcncy in senior
Latin: 0110 to :1 girl and one to a boy.
The club has been very progressive Jthis term. The membership has ill-
vri-usvd. and for the first time, the
ih-gn-v. The officers are curt
11p thvir work.
boys have been represented to a. greater
uin that many lower classmen are ready to take
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Neafcrl. Left 10 Right: G. Tunmeein. M. Reeve. iV, Bllri'iss. president; Mr. Newmeyer. 11.
Emily. R. PeiI-ee. S. Shreew.
Standing: L. Kuntzmzin. F. Bark. Ii. Iteden. II. Conn. J. Olek, II. Yengle. J. Bill.
The Music Club was organized two terms ago by Walton Burriss, and
is a manifestation of the tendency for the musically interested students of
the school to become better acquainted and to learn more of each otherts
ideas. Bleetings are held the third Thursday of each month, when instructive
programs are presented. Three outstanding programs have been given this
term. The first was an all Beethoven program, in commemoration of the
centenary of Beethovenhs death; the second, a Baeh-Brahms program; and
the third, an evening with great symphonists. This last entertainment was given
bv means of that newest of musical instruments, the Orthophonic Victrola.
. The Club is composed of twenty student-inembers, and any alumni who
were members when in school. Examination are held once a month when stu-
dents in sections from D to B may try out to secure a place on the waiting-
Among other concerts, the club has attended a Fi'ankford Symphony
concert and organ recital by Alexander Russell, 0f Princeten I'niversity.
Those graduating this term are: Walton Bul'riss, president; Robert
Peirce, treasurer; Francis Bark, and Helen Yeagle.
Scutwl, Firs-t Roux- Friodal. II. Barth, F. VVngnor, II. Di Giovannnntonio. D. Judd, G. Pfund,
Billingsley. , a
Standing. Swami Rmr: Mound. C Quillen. Mercer. R. Graham. A. Perlmzm. L Jourdan.
I Mr. Hargreaves.
Lax! Rolf: H. Moore. T. MvIJoval. L. h'own. P. Jnnsson.
Yo Monks is an honorary htowary society. It was organized away back
in the days when hKing Charlich reigned over the school; that is, the old
days when the school building was a farmhouse. Ye Blonks had one rival
organization, Ye Spooks, but that club no longer exists. Today,
the debates are held among Ye Klonks, tho
among whom a friendly rivalry exists.
of Yo Monks5 time. X
parties are held, and q
Triangle, and the Demagogues,
Debating alone does not occupy all
Various trips are taken to places of interest, theatre
makers talk on subjects of interest which broaden the
minds and vision of the club members.
Through graduation Ye Monks are
who have boon Very instrumental in the C
who have only recently become members,
infu'csf and spirit.
losing many active members, boys
lubk rc-organization; and also boys
but who have shown a very active
The graduates are: H. DiGiovannantonio, Abbot; D.
Judd. Prior: Gr. Pfund, Eloncy-hags: L. Brown, R. Graham, P. Jansson, D.
Jones. C. Jourdan. T. McDowell, H. lloorc, A. Pcrhnan, W. Burriss, and C-
First Row: D. Farber, M. Bumm, C. Helm, Snyder, Miss Marsh M. Connor, E. Dunn,
Swami Roll? M. Starky. M. Savaeol. D. Alhus. P. Thomas. L. Beby. R. Seaman, I. MeDermit,
C. Travers. M. Carson, II. Connor. h'own.
Third Rolf: Gr. Barber, K. Miller, D. Lightfoot. M. Brooks. E. Boehmler.
Ever since the formation of the Bird Club, back in the early spring of
1924, the girls have heartily supported it.
Those who belong to the club have learned to instill an interest in birds
in others, and to increase their own knowledge of them.
The activities of the club are extended into the open where early bird
life and habits are learned.
NIiss lVIarsh, the faculty adviser of the club, accompanies the girls on
their trips, and with her great experience is a great help to them.
At the beginning of this term the membership quota was reached and
the results were as follows: Florence Snyder, Eagle; Claire Helm, Eaglet;
Mary Bumm, Owl; Maud Connor, Magpie; Margaret Carson, Crow. The
senior members are lVIary Bumm and Pauline Thomas.
A chart with a list of birds seen by the club is kept in room 115. One
Of the requirements of the Club is that each girl must keep a notebook with
her personal list of birds and pictures of them if possible.
This has been a most successful term for the Engineering Club. The
nmnbcrship expanded to such a great extent that the Club was obliged to set
a munhcrship quota. The reasons for its success are many. Talks on scien-
tific topics were given by various members of the club and also by some of
the faculty. Trips were also taken to such places as the local plant of the
Ford Motor Company, and motion pictures were shown through the courtesy
of various manufacturing plants.
At one of the interesting meetings of the Associated Science Clubs of
Hlt' city high schools, held at the Girlst High School this term, the Engineering
Club was woll represented. A year ago, the Engineering Club, with the aid
0f the girls, Biology Chlh, entertained at a similar meeting in our school.
The class of June, 27' is Well represented in the Engineering Club, George
Buck being the president and John Cromwell the treasurer. Others from the
class are: Anderson, Green, Graham. Quillcn, Yanklovctz, Redifcr, Stephens,
Scinlln. Mcxcary. and Alacaulm
On 9 Hundred
First Row: E. Primus. ll. IHgiouananntonio, J. Gwynn. XV. Flnl'kee C. XVerner. M. Crom-
well. Mr. Murphy.
Neeond Row: Rich. TV. Gale. TV. Butler, B. Bern: A. Burger. C. Jourdan.
Third Row: J. Loekton. Derbyshire. P. Junsson, Lodge. XVillinms. W. Marsh.
The T-Square Club has just completed its third successful term since
reorganization. During the past term such an increased interest in the club
was shown that the membership quota was filled at the first meeting.
The club recalls with pleasure the enjoyable times that were spent
listening to the inspiring talks given, and arranged, by NIr. NIurphy, the
faculty adviser. The trips taken during the past few months were highly
instructive and throughly enjoyed.
The club loses quite a few outstanding members in the graduation of
Walter Clark,' president; Thomas McDowell, viee-president; P. Jansson, G.
Pfund, R. Graham, J. Cromwell, and F. Kardevan, who were inhuential in its
success this term.
The T-Square Club is comprised of students in the school who are
interested in architectural drawing. Its purpose is to interest its members in
the beauties of architecture, and, if possible, to inHuenee them to enter that
One Hundred One
Of course, you have all heard about the wonderful things that the Art
Club is doing. It will no doubt, very shortly be one of the finest art clubs
in the city. It is a branch of the School Art League. It aims to advance
art appreciation, and accomplish this by sketching parties, snappy talks by
ttthose who know? and studying exhibitions. Several members of the A
class are officers: Nelson Gruppo, vice-prcsident; Betty Lee, secretary. and
Mary Greenwood, treasurer.
The School Art League, of which the Art Club is a branch, holds regular
monthly meetings at the Art Alliance, 01' Graphic Sketch Club. Prominent
speakers are provided, and the boys and girls receive information in various
forms of art. During the term, many sketching trips have been taken. Oul'
branch of the Club has spent several afternoons together. During the Easter
holidays, we visited the Kloniorial Hall to study costumes and furniture. ch
must admit not much sketching was done, but a good time was had by all,
about twcnty-fivo members attending. The crowd also spent an interesting
afternoon landscape sketching in a noar-hy town called Crescentville.
One Hundred Two
The Girl Reserves differs from all the other clubs in the school, as it
holds its meetings at the Y. WT. C. A., and not in the school building. It is
a pro ogl'eSSive club With entertaining and instructive meetings.
This vear it claims four of our senior gi1ls as 111e111be1'SleIa1'V Bumm,
llildred Carton, V01 n21 Rose, and lVIiri 121111 Rowlev, the president. Although
these gills 2110 not members of 0u1 school debating team they have won favor-
able mention along that line in the Rese1'veS.At the club meetings them are
broad discussions on cu1rent topiCS.He211th talks, music lnemorv contests,
parties, hikes, and plavs lend varietv t0 the p1"01g 12.1111
You can re eadilV See from thiS b1ief 1esu111e 0f the clubiS activities that the
Girl Reserves iS a very V01Sat1lc org 21nizati011, supplving both 11 01k and plav,
the leaven for any Society.
O ne Hundred Three
Fran! Ifmr: U. Unhen. A. Blm-IL L, Reihm. D. Sudel. F. Krupp, B. Slutsky. R. Graham.
l'eurw Ifmr: IC. Bnllis. .I. Halt. L. Tarka. J. McHIrter. R. Stephens. M. Rnthstein,
Ifurl: Ifmr: F. Flntlmwier. R. tVeinstein. B. Stein. J. Harper. C. Quillen.
In these days of maehine-gun robberies and pistol fights, it, is interesting
to know that some see pleasure in an older but more dignified form of combat.
Gallantry of old is restored when members of the Fencing Club hold a meeting.
tVith their faces safely protected behind masks, and with foil in hand, the
members proceed to do battle.
Its popularity is evidenced by the fact that recently the iilembel'ship was
limited to thirty members. Since its organization three years ago, some fine
feneing equipment has been purchased by the club. This has aided 311's.
Marion H. Biekle. the club adviser, in teaching the members the delicate art,
and now they have formed a fencing team. If any worthwhile opposition can
he found in other schools, it is hoped that bouts can be arranged with their
The class of June, 27, is very well represented, providing all of the Officers;
namely: D. Sadel. president; L. Reihm. viee-president: F. Krupp, secretary:
A. Bloch, High "71g representative. The other representatives of the class
are Conn. Fallen. Crmnwell. Flothmeier, Edgar, Graham, Quillen, Redmile, and
Ta rk n .
One Hundred Four
The Biology Club, one of the best established clubs of the school, was
organized in the spring of 1926. The girls, almost one hundred strong,
showed fine enthusiasm and at once started to plan fine things. Their aim
in organizing was to promote and cultivate an interest in the school in
The first official act of the young biologists was to aid in entertaining
the members of other science clubs of the city who were visiting the school.
This meeting proved to be a great success. The club was, by this time, fairly
well organized so that the members soon launched on a series of trips to some
of the many places of scientific interest in Philadelphia. At other meetings
reports on the term,s special topic, ttThe History of Many were read.
The Biology Club is losing, by graduation, a group of girls who have
been highly instrumental in its success. They are: Elizabeth Bloritz, Kathryn
Miller, Dorothy Lightfoot, Mildred Holmes, and Carol Smith.
One Hundred Fire
The Mathematics Club is a emnparatively young club, and considering
its tender years, it is progressing very rapidly. The club was organized on
XVednesduy, March 2, 1927, With fifty-six charter members. The membership
is not restricted to those Who are excellent in mathematics; it is open to
anyone who is interested.
The meeting is divided into two parts: the first part is edu tational; the
second, recreational. A tutoring eonmiittee, chosen from the members of the
ehib, assembles after every meeting to aid students of the school. The Club
meets every second Monday and fourth XVednesday 0f the month.
Some of the members of the club gave a mock trial on TVednesday,
March 30, 1927. It was the recreational part of the meeting, and t0 the
emwd that attended, it proved to he very zunusing.
lhe eluh is sponsored by the eiitlre mathenmties depai'tiiient.
One Hundred Six
Seated: R. Skevington, NV. Tongue. F. Davies, E. Conlen, R. Cox. L. Mottinger, M. Volovnick.
Second Row: H. Sparks. E. Maudsley. G. Garska, A. Fooks. E. Byers, V. Humphreys, J. Taylor.
Third Row: J. Alfredo. D Judd, J. Bill. D. Stem'ne. II. Breitingei'.
Sock and Buskin
For several terms the Sock and Buskin has taken an active part in the
work of Frankford High School. The clubts plays have always proved very
entertaining and financially successful. tiCaptain Applejack? of a few terms
past, is one of the outstanding lights of its career. Those who were fortunate
enough to witness this production will remember it, perhaps, as long as they
live. Last term three one-act plays were given, 6tThe Sponge? ttFinderse
Keepers? and ttRosalindf, and received much favorable comment. The presen-
tation this term was ttThe Land of Heartts Desire? a one-act play by Yeats,
given in connection with the spring concert of hIay 27.
The club wishes to take this opportunity of expressing its deep apprecia-
tion to Mr. Richard 1VIotley, one of our new English teachers, for his splendid
work in coaching this play and as adviser 0f the club. He succeeds Miss
Amelia Mumford, who successfully coached ttCaptain Applejacktt and the
three one-act plays, but who resigned on account of ill health. Bliss Blum-
ford,s work will always be remembered as long as the club exists.
ttThe plays the thing?
One Hundred Seven
The Swimming Club, the newest of Frankfordts clubs, was organized this
term. Swimming has been a sport long cherished by Fl'ankford students, but
because of the lack of a pool, the thoughts of an organization of this kind have
had to remain in the background. However, this term when a group of boys
called a meeting to organize the Swimming Club, about one hundred responded
to the -all. It was then and there decided to meet and swim once a week at
the Germantown Y. M. C. A. As a result, each week the boys journey to Ger-
mantown where they have tta splashing good time?
At a recent contest, the winner was presented with a handsome loving
eup. the gift of the Germantown Y. 31. C. A. Frankford has quite a number
of very good swimmers, and as a result the judges had difficulty in deciding
just who was the winner of the contest.
The eluss of June, $27, is represented bf a large number of boys, among
whom are several officers, namely: Paul Jansson, president; Charles Bleadow-
croft and .1. Blair Gult, of the executive committee.
One H71 ndred Eight
The High Way
June, 1927, COIIIpletes the second year of the existence of the High W'ay.
A retrospect of those two years cannot fail to bring with it a very just pride
in the rapid progress of the paper.
Its first appearance on September 10, 1925, aroused enthusiasm in some
and skeptical comment from others. The general trend of thought was, how-
ever, that a pretty big job had been undertaken.
At first, the High "'03; lost a little money on each issue. The business
staff which graduated in February, 1927', helped to put the paper on a paying
basis, by the securing of a great many advertisements.
Next, a new plan of selecting reporters was initiated. Reporters are
chosen from all sections from the new E class up, instead of from the B class
alone. In this way ability all over the school may be utilized. In addition,
the entire staff will not be graduated at one time.
The award of the Columbia Scholastic Press Association in Dlai'ch, 1927.
of first honorable mention to the High 11ng adds much distinction to our weekly
paper. It is our hope to have a bigger and better High Utay.
One Hundred Nine
Four years ago the German Club was organized.
The main purpose of the club, as the name implies, is to further the
interest in the German language.
This is done through songs, plays, games, pictures and lectures.
In this way the meetings are made interesting and serve to give the
German Club student something that is denied to other students.
Every meeting this term was planned out ahead of time by special elected
committees. Thus, friends not only from the school, but also from the outside
have come, to make the meetings something to look forward to.
Some of the tchigh spots, of the club this term were: The talk by NIL
Gottschalk; the presentation of German folk songs by NIrs. Fischer, the zither
selections by Karl Zapf and the lantern-slide lecture on the German Alps.
Last, but not least, the picnic with tthot dogstt and marshmallows.
The pins of the German Club also came out this term; they are in the
form of an oak-leaf.
Those that know the German Club hope that it may continue to grow
as it has done in the past.
The Philatelic Society is a club devoted to the study of stamps. The
members have shown fine enthusiasm by their attendance and their interest in
buying and selling stamps.
This club, organized several years ago through the help of NH. Sittig,
has grown to be quite a large organization, because stamp collecting is a
hobby indulged in by many. There is money in this hobby, too; as the mem-
bers can testify. At the meetings auction sales are held, at which time
valuable stamps are auctioned off. Opportunities are also afforded to those
who wish to trade stamps.
tVell-known philatelists are invited to some of the meetings to address
the club on many phases of the stamp collecting hobby. Some visitors also
have wonderful collections which they exhibit. These and many other attrac-
tions are offered by the Philatelic Society.
. It is virtually a stamp collectofs
One Hundred Ten
In acknowledgement of the work done
by persons who have, thus far, not been
recognized as contributors in the publica-
tion of this issue, the members of the
Record Committee extend their sincere
Especially to be acknowledged, is the
work done by lVIr. thlnford and his com-
mercial students; Mr. McCann, Nelson
Gruppo, and Eda Kassel; and lastly, Mr.
Troxell whose guidance has proved in-
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