Frankford High School - Record Yearbook (Philadelphia, PA)

 - Class of 1929

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THOMAS Moomsz, Miss EMMA Rorn, Assistant Principal ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Dr. Charles W. Meadowcroft, Jr. Miss Irene S. Eldridge Miss Marguerite B. Evans Miss Viola Habel Mr. Earle S. Hargreaves Mr. Clifford Horrocks Miss Delphine A. Lanning Miss Anna C. Lee Miss Dorothy Malzer Mrs. Elizabeth H. Markley Miss Marion McMaster Mrs. Ruth W. Miller Mr. Richard M. Motley Miss Amelia R. Mumford Mr. Gabriel A. Phillips Miss Margaret Reed Miss Florence Schlarbaum Mr. Lewis G. Sterner Mr. Charles F. Troxell Mr. Carl F. Wise Miss Helen Ziegler MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT Mr. Thomas Moore Miss Minnie Bernstein Mrs. Florence Y. Bishop Mr. William H. Boerckel Mr. George Ebbecke Miss Gertrude C. Ellis Mr. Walter Greenwood Miss Margaret Kerr Miss Elizabeth S. Lackey Miss Ethel M. Mc-Allister Mr. Clarence L. S. Raby Miss Ella Rosentoor Dr. Wayne Sensenig HISTORY DEPARTMENT Mr. Charles R. Nichols Miss Ethel M. Burnett Mr, Michael VV. Fisch Miss Lillian S. Glass Miss Dorothy Gleeten Miss Mildred Goshow Mr. Joseph M. Gottschalk Mr. Andrew S. Haines Miss M. Elizabeth Jones Mr. Samuel H. Kurtz Mr. James McClintock Miss Mary E. Purcell Miss Ann I. Weisenberg SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Dr. Franklin B. Carroll Miss Mary E. Bacon Miss Gladys Bulmer Miss E. Alva Campbell Mr. Martin D. Fetherolf Miss Irene E. Fort Miss Bessie G. Hanley Miss Mae E. Harveson . Amos J. Heinly . Robert W. Kunzig . Arthur W. Lowe . Edwin F. McGlynn Sarah P. Robb Miss Marion B. Savin Miss Edith A. Sprowles Miss Evelyn T. YVhy Mr Mr Mr Mr Dr. S'i.r Acting Principal LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT Dr. William J. Long Miss Helen Biggs Mr. Benjamin E. Biswanger Mr. Joseph Dubin Miss Alta G. Ellis Miss Caroline L. Gruhler Mr. M. Sherwood Johnson Dr. Arthur C. Jordon Mr. Charles J. Kunz, Jr. Miss Lora A. Marsh Mr. Henry J. Meder Mr. C. Arthur Sittig Miss Genevieve Wilson COMMERCE DEPARTMENT Mr. William B. Nichols Mr. George B. Alleman Mr. Edwin Brown Miss Elizabeth R. Eynon Miss Roseina C. Gillman Mr. Russell W. Hargreaves Miss Marion E. Kinkead Mr. Harry Klausewitz Mr. Joseph Klein Miss Elmira R. Lippincott Miss Anastasia' W. Lyons Mr. Walter E. Mansley Mrs. Ada T. Raby Miss Helen J. Saile Mrs. Thelma Smith Mr. Frank W. Streit Mr. Albert B. Wraught Miss Lillian C. Wunsch INDUSTRIAL AND FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT Mr. William Saile Mr. Harry H. Bonner Mrs. Katherine O. Bowers Mr. Walter J. Cole Mr. Norman R. Day Mr. Clarence L. Garwood Mr. Theodore C. Humphreys Mrs. Mary R. Kitchen Mr. Charles B. McCann Mr. C. Russell Murphy Miss Edith B. Thompson Mr. C. Elmer Thumlert Mr. Lynford J. Williams Mr. Ralph B. Yonker HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT Miss Ruth E. Wilson Miss Louise Druding Miss Lola March PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Mr. Ellwood A. Geiges Mr. Harry M. Barfoot Miss Joanna B. Fritz Miss Martha Gable Mr. Frank C. Lightfoot Mrs. Louise D. Reichelt Mr. Worthington Surrick Miss Emma H. Whitaker LIBRARY Miss Czarina M. Hall MUSIC DEPARTMENT Mi s Lucia A. I-Icyl Mr. Forrest R. Newmyer Be Strong! "IVe arf' not here to play, to UITGIHII, to driftg TVU have hard work to Jo, and loads to liftg Shun not the struggle'-face it: 'tis G0fl's gift. Be Strong! Say not, "Thy Jays ara evil. IVho's to bIlIIl1!'?,' Allll fold the hands and arquwiescew-oh shame! Stand 1111, speak out, and bravely, in Gorfs TIIIIIZE. Be Strong! It matters not how deep i11tref1u'71f'rI the wrong, How hard the battle goes, the clay how lorzgg Faint not-jight on! To-morrow 00111119 the song," BI.XI.'I'llIl'I I1.wxf:NPol:T B.xlzCOC'K. QYIIOMAS MOORE. .4 sting Prinr-iprll. Seven "Thr lllI1I11'tl'Sf IIIIIII is lu' who has toiled harzl and s11v1'f'ssf11l1y in. his Iifr work. The u'o1'l.' may br 1101116 in IL th0l1SI1Jl!l lit-fft'7'r'Ilf :ways--witlz the brairz or thc hanrls, in thf' study. thf' field. or the worlrshopg if it is honest zvorlr, hon- estly fiona and rvvll worth the doing, that is all rw' ham" a right to ask." ICNIMA RoTn. ,lssistunf l'1'i111'i111lY. fyfforf O , Vgffffof sw -ew um sofa-N. wart' use Y' 4' "f,:'J' , - .. .. . - ff y ' iii-:-'-'E'''-A-'-'3:3:3t5:3:3:3:i:5:31 'iifjfjf " U''"ffTff3Q:3t?""':T:7:7:i:3:i:f:7:7:7:3'?'3""'f'f'3:i:3 " " 'Q gcgdgsxu-15:3t5:::3:11g' M -I .- .f:51f:Q:Qgf3QgI, i ,Uv V1 1,-12 . -' JI 1. -- 'I " " - -r .- 4-4- I-I-1'2" ,. 1, ff -QQ5 E. R tsgss f' ffifwfff .fmt , 1 Record Book Committee JAMES A. IQIRKPATRICK, Editor-in-Chief RUT11 GEBELEIN, Associate Editor EDWIN BIOFFSES, Art Editor BLABEI. BUCKLEY, Assistant Art Editor CHARLES HARVEY, Business Manager CATHERINE IIEATON, Assistant Business Manager GRACE Yovsc ICDNA IIAGERMAN JANE BIARTIN KATIIRYN ICOGERS HIARGIE KERR Loxs REIJDIN CAMERON :XNDREWS IQOSTEK SEMONSKI CHARLES SINGER ISADORE RISEN ROBERT PERRY IQENNETH Form Eight 012,176 7.51 Q46 fbiax w92f!vf,J5? Qin' Z'EQ-1-7-'-Y'-'-'-'::5:3:3:5:3:3:3:5:3: 'ff' .g.g.g.- '-4''-:-.-:5:::3:-:f-'4'3:355:32:15::53:53rg:-:-:--.--3.,.,.gV-4"9f93f'0fZ ?00QZ5KaAy':5fffffffffffff. A " - :EQEfEfEgEQE2E131QYQfigW.Qg ,f 9+ I K ,Z . sq!p20QQ,5 .-- J , -' . 2' .-: .I...sZ, A Q.3.3:3:fNf7Q',Qjg 'J .4!'af'.1fVrf "lf you hare lmriiod fhuf the yroufrzvt pious- furcs of life are the fresulfs of hurrl work. fine friendships, worthy sacrifivos and in doing fho dijicult and sometimes unpleasant things of life, then your four years in 1f'rankforrl High. Nvliool have prepared you to meet successfully the real work of life. LYNFORD J. XYILLIAMS. In this irorirl of iroiialcms. irhivh sm-pig from- bling on tho lnrinlr of yo! ylrmlm'11isr'o:'w'ir'x, may you find flu' joy of sw'1'if'f' tllrouyh flu' power To fhinl: slruiylif. fo arf 1-ourr111z'ousIy, fo live frilly. Losf' llUf yourself in mufvriul Ihinys. but l.'C6p your soul in func with high ideals. .llay your Il'll!l hr' 'illllniinffll by thrf Vision Splondid. EL1ZA1s15TI1 IlolmoxlHE-M,ARKI.lf:Y. Aflriswr. .A1d1'isf'r. ,Vine ,pwyo ff , ?'ff'W1"f-"7 Zami ww fum wiv-N. WMU 5539! A'-"' JUNE 1829 "'-1--"' ,QQQJ f" 'f 47: ....- ........,....... ..... - , -. , .... ..... . . - - lf, 5 t 'g t " ' 2:2:5:z:3:2:2:2:1'f', f ' ':1:5:5 -. 31-1:f' 5""E1E1E1E2E1EIZ1?5"' ' 'if T. f A 1, 1 I m u - . ,- A 1 , -.'- -1 , -::::!::4 -1 ' " '. . . " ' ' l . ,D - IIARRY llmzrii. J. 151.1-T.KN4lli I Executive Committee i,XI'XIli.XlC IJWARD lilcysulc, l'rcsidvnt .IANIG AIOORIC, l'iw-I'r'1wiflw:f ICI,1.,x Moles!-1. New-rffary ARNO SVIIEIK, Trcaszn-wr .losm-11 Illclaxmxx 'I' N lik MA RY W.v1'lcR AIA N T en RFSSELL COOK ALBERTA R1-:EVE ymmf vm ft f' idzfjv Iv DM' QS 3 Q Nfviafgw a ti' ' lvkjb ,Ffa ' 'age l.L.A fy,,gf'Jy, 61 eff.,-fe sei-My wr Winn" an ""b4J" -ep'Q..VxJNi'a.l'.l's.,r"..r1..r" .rx.l"n.1'x.r'x.1P 1,4-fffiff F UQ, gag,-ir' .5:3:3:1:5:g:3:5:5:5:3:5:5:5:5:3:5:3:3'' 'pzgzg '31-' g-:gg '.'3:5' jiQ:Q:Q:Q:Q:Q:Q:Q1f:Q:Q:3:f:1:3:5:3:1:3:3gIgIgIgZg:g:g:5:5:3:5:5g:3:5: 5:5:3:3:313:5 -'LQ -'-:3:3:3:3:-:-'-' 1' -' Q' ,I.1.3:3:3:5:3:3:3:3:3:3:::3'5ig1-:-:git3:3:::5:f:::ftfzftfiftff'f'f:2:f f:f:: V- aff' A ,. I . A h H . . H J' I , r1..4"e..rxs..f-m.rjxJ'-5.1 r,..x N, ' ' Q' -1-' ' -9353:-14:3:-:-w1:2-9:Eg55Qiaf.q.f1.1I-:-323555-Qi'-15:5fifgiggr:Evgiirggzfigqgilz-5-1.5555-:-33::f5g55gg,g1:':?.fg:3n3: 15.-59 ,f' ' .,' 'YQ rx- 1. A' v ...... ' . .'. 1.-"-X N - ' 4? ,I - fs, ' '::::, '::I:' 'i-. ,, ,::- if 1.'.. .-x P, ,' ,si f' 4, I ' ' AKQI '21z- , zz- 'zz' 1-1-24 :-' ,ni-3 ,g:'f- f15'Ji3. . 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Just as the apple turns from green To a mild and lovely yellow, Gradually flushing 0,C1' with red Then deepening, rich and mellow, So it is that we do blend From childhood into man, W'ithout the power to know or tell Just when the change began. As we think back, each one of us, Upon some things we've done, I think that you,ll agree with me They're childish, every one. You find a fault, a little slip, In almost every deed: Each in disguise a blessing sent, If you but give it heed. At Frankford High we've gradually changed And broadened out in mindg YVe're somewhat nearer man's estate. And ehildhood,s left behind. C.-XM HRON AXNDREXYS. JL'Il'l'f'lI rwx.r'.r's.r1..rx.rv..rx.1 r4...v-x..r-Mr-.. e..r-s. 14- 1 fr 7 puff y!,0 fx it ff Q41 fats' sf:--fm me 3' -MJ-'ffri rp'v',x' 23214573 V. A -A . t, A H H H , . ' ' .... -. f6ff',3 9 ' ' I lf.-,f'f"""Yi'""':.:.:i:i:i:.:i:f:.:. 'i:i'i"' ' ' I ' "f:.ff2f U ' :" ' .'.'. :.j.j.:.:.:.i.:.'.' ' " ' ' '.'.: ' 5Z,m'w5? 0" "11f222i?E2i2?2i. -' Wag' ,f .gl ,V v .' uv .f.- 'fb 1922 mf? On the Threshold A wide plain stretches before us, Our feet are willing to gog Yet we linger awhile on the threshold Of the dear, old school we know. I.ife,s aer'age opens around usg Our hands are eager to sow, But we find it a sad, bitter parting From the dear, old school we know. lVe have work that we want to realize, And tasks we must defeat, WVe thirst to use our talents, And prove what we can give To the world and all its peoples In just the way we live. XVQ hope that some will profit VVhere we hear and heed the call, And answer to the summons As issued from life,s hall! XTC- long to be up and doingg YVe want to go in and wing YVe yearn to be out and moving To enter the noise and din. But let us pay a tribute, And point with joyous pride, To the school that kept us in its halls, That acted as our guide That led our falt,ring footsteps 'Til we came to safer groundg And now with happy ending All our endeavors crown,d, . VVe give our thanks, and wish all well VVithin its 'circling walls! J. ELEANO Twelve R BAUMGARTNER. wfw M Vwvwfa 945 wmv' 'Vi 'W' if 0 fm! s--f in J .fs M f 19'fWfff may ,rw "2 .. .. .... ........................ . .. . ?, V, Wu..,.,...:E:E:5:5:EE5:5:E:::ZU ..:::,:..,:,.. ,UH .,:..,::::E,:....Zhzlzigiiiigzgfi5i,,,.,.Q....wif, . Q Z'0Qf25 f:f:fif:f:l. ' if ' 331.-' "g m ,-1 '-" 1- '- 'i ' " fi 's ., 5: -1555322243 1 :.- ,- -1'2" 'Z Tree Cration T IS customary for a class about to graduate from an institution of learn- ing to leave something which will remain after the elass has left the sehooi, which will be a living memorial to that particular elass. As a tree is a living thing that has a long life, and at the same time, a great amount of beauty, we have elected to plant this memorial to the Class of June, '29, Have you ever noticed the friendliness and independence of a tree? It stands alone and yet in harmony with its neighbors. It-a roots sink far into the dark earth, to bring nourishment for its growth, while the leaves are ab- sorbing the air and sunlight from above. Trees are absolutely essential to the life of human beings, as they purify the air and store up a water supply. If there had been no trees in the days of antiquity, there could be no man, for they were his chief shelter. There is nothing more restful after a long, dreary day, than to walk in a great forest, beside a bubbling brook listening to the murmur of the w ind among the branches. The majesty of the trees sinks into the very soul. Tl1erefo1'e, we can leave no more fitting monument to our stay at Frank- ford High School than this linden tree. The leaves of a tree help it grow and the more leaves it possesses, the greater its strength and beauty. Let us hope, therefore, that we may add leaves of learning and experience to our lives each year, so that we may, as the years 1'oll over us, become stronger and better in every sense. JOHN B. 3ICCLIN'1'0CK, Al. Tlfirleerl 1929 CLASS OF JUNE, ELIZABETII BAIRID ABEI. , Bridgewater. Pu. A4 AX4'ZlQll'Illl4' Entered from Hamilton Ilisston Betty Activities: A. A. Rvplw-sentative, II. G. F, Eg Sevtion President, Ilg Varsity Balsketlmll, '28, 'IIUQ Ilouse and Grounclsg Hiking Clubg Latin Club. HELEN CHRISTINE ACKERMAN 124 Olney Avenue A-1 :XC?lll0IllI0 Entered from James Russell Lowell Activities: Sylllpllfllly Clubg Iliking Clubg Ilatin Club. FRANCES DOROTHY ADAMS 1 5753 North Sixth Street A5 Connnercinl ' Entered from James Russell Lowell Franny Activities: Sevtion T1'e:1su1'e1'g Student Boardg House and Groundsg Hiking Clubg Commercifll Clubg Latin lub. Fifi:-ml 6 ff C gf-ff-'fffff -W " 1065 2940 egg' WW rw, Xe---f ...rem ffm 5-H--J' eve MI 'dxf'-'iii ...A......,........, A . .... ,. , ., -A ' ff P71125 " "':f:':-2-2-Z-if-1-it " ' vv '-if-It . Q' '-'-:V 4 ,IQ Q o . - v 4 ' - ' . ' , ,jg ,-N' 4. fKtf'aQ'qfg. . . . . .,... . -X . .- V A 1,0 Cfffftr , -' . Q '+I-1-If '- -' 4 41 13212 ix - --- ' - 2 -'51 ,. filg . l- I "EJ, 1 U '- ' ugly' A. fg-2'fr,f.4g1,f,E A ' ' A ' ' " Q' -V -A ' '- ' f- " lffazfiwsfm HELEN CLARA ADAMS 5926 North Seventh Street A4 Vocational Art Entered from Stetson Junior High Helen Actifvities: Art Club. ISABELLA ALEXANDER 208 Chew Street A4 Academic Entered from James Russell Lowell Activities: House and Groundsg German Club. JOSEPH EDVVIN ALLEN 1113 Overington Street B2 Commercial Entered from Harding Junior High Joe Activities: Treasurer, C. M. T. C. Clubg Commercial Clubg Study Hall Monitor. CAMERON THOMAS ANDREWS 2868 North Emerald Street A2 Commercial Entered from Jones Junior High School D.D. porter, B3 Humor Editor, A. Si.1'1een Activities: RECORD BOOK Committee, High Way Re- agile! own -f - ' 37W W9 Zn". viii. W .. -H61:,.g5f:EE5-g.....vrgizgzgggfgfgfgg .312 fCQQf5:xw '-Ii13t51573I5g. 11 .. .. .,.. ,. . f '3'3:5:3:1: r - ' - 5 .r rms? " ' A ' ' ' , . 1.1 .-?f'2C'r', f "" we f H. E. HILLNIER ARTMAN ' 5824 North Fifth Street A2 Commercial Entered from James L. Claghorn , Artman Activities: Dance Committee, B, Chairman, Ag Board Executive Committeeg Section Treasurer, G, B, Ag A. A. Representative, F3 Commercial Club: Thirteen Clubg House and Grounds, Study Hall Committee. ALBERT BACHER 7862 Oxford Pike A3 Industrial Entered from Kennedy Crossan Al Activities: Board Member, G, D3 Bowling Clubg House and Groundsg Bandg Orchestra. I NORMAN F. BADROVV 864 Sanger Street A1 Academic Entered from Westfield KN. JJ High Normie Activities: Organ Club. MAE BALIN 1004 Cottman Street A5 Cgmmel-cial Entered from Kennedy Crossan Mae Commercial Clubg House and Groundsg S'f'rf'l1tcP11 !!! -ffff' If 'I ' diff! , 545 YA' "ii K HA U QW" ,-4 45 g.Q xf.',s..-- 5 Wwe -N., ,J gsgg ,ff M ,W 1' ' amz- . f 'if 1910 , "- 0 '114ff.:.'.': - -,-.A.-.1.3.3.g.:.3,:.3.3.3 -. -4- -41,5 ff 'owl-lj.1fjfjI-'-' 'flfQf:i:1:f1I:I:I1Qjf-f-I-.-'-i-I'I:Ij1 1' - ', Q N .6 o .Ii1jIj1iIijIAIf' 'I ., 1 w I. ,151-1'i5:1:5ig I gi. ,Wi 4 QCQQYN A ,ijiifuf ? ' t W-5 V,.,.A. :3,i? gf' T2 f .. My .: : '::::127,. -1 ' 7 --4- Q. 'Z ,f l 5 , - ' - .n :: ,f -ggrgzg , ,. - 'Y 4,.. ' 'A ,J ,I -,- -1.Q,'yff,,.foc-A ' ' ' ' ' " -- A' E 'EN e "' - ' 'f ' - A A 1 ' ' -' :,cf.i:':'cf,1f: NETTIE BALIS 4826 Roosevelt Boulevard A4 Academic Entered from Harding Junior High Nettie Activities: High Way Representativeg Sodalitas Ro- mana: Poetry Club. EDITH LILLIAN BARANDON 5731 North Fourth Street A5 Commercial Entered from James Russell Lowell Edie - Activities: A. A. Representative, E, C5 Commercial Club: House and Groundsg Latin Club. RUSSELL HUBBERT BARBER 2075 East Albright Street A1 Academic Entered from Jones Junior High Here Activities: Chemistry Clubg House and Grounds. HOWARD BATEMAN Cottxnan Street and Bustleton Avenue A2 Commercial Entered from Harding Junior High Slim Activities: Commencement Committeeg Pioneer Rep- ager, High Way, B. Business Manager, Ag Commercial Clubg Oxford Bank Prize, Junior Yearg Distinguished, D, C, B. Eighteen resentative, Eg President. C9 Assistant Business Man- yffxxff ,yi -f ff,f,3 .. , , , ..,,,,.,,. ..,., ,...... . .,.., . . I ,gif 791 ,,,,, , ........,. A .... .. , .,.,...'.4...,. . ...,. ..,,...... g X , . if A"-:3:f:5:-1-24:51-1' . V' I-ffl' -, -. " isiflj- -w ' '-JW 3' 6Z5Nl,"3if13t33?i1f11 - ' I'5I'527 '?0-Hb . I -. z-. '. 2. X f ' S .... 2. ifif. ' 'fy' Ao,g,f,,,., -- I - 'f' ' , . . - ff':f.u'.1'-wil-1-c-1 ease we fum me 4, MQQ N-A-'3.--" 5 'N--.'.f"'3 J Qlhlm ,,fjff,,0 JAMES BATTEN 839 Granite Street A2 Commercial Entered from Northeast High Jim WILLIAM V. BAUUI' 4605 Leiper Street A3 Mechaiiic Arts Entered from Harding Junior High Bill Activities: Board Memberg A. A. Representative. Triangle Fourg Circle Twelveg House and Grounds. J. ELEANOR BAUMGARTNE R 5412 North Fourth Street A4 Academic Entered from Cooke Junior High Bumpy Activities: Senior Class Executive Committeeg Tri- angle Club, Treasurerg Biology Clubg Societas Latinag Triangle Clubg Literary Clubg Poetry Clubg Debating Team, '28, Captain, '29g Biology Prize, E. ELEANOR GENTEL BAXTER T900 Burholme Avenue A-1 Academic Entered from Fox Chase Teddy Activities: Bird Clubg Hiking Club. Nineteen Y r,f,'ff'ffC' !-' X '--fin!!! I fx .1 , Ou 0005 gig, x..,.,....- KA NE 7 -...,, AW f7"fi "'f"'f52 ..........,........ ' . .Y ...... .... .,... - .-.- f--- . - . -.-.-.-.- -.-.'.' I 724 7 QQ"-"'YA"'f:fjf:f:f:i:f:Z:f-f- y . ' jigft- .' ij'-:riff ,'-A4 f-'jifljijfji-"'N " 2-. lm , ll' ' so o, .Q ..., . 2: 5... 3- H .. A sffwi 'fl.l" ,Zu 35211 Y """ 'L ' A I' ' ' A V ' ' ' -."l.vof9ffC'rL, ELIZABETH C. BEATTIE 4820 North Palethorp Street A5 Commercial Entgered from Cooke Junior High Betty Activities: Commercial Clubp Hiking Clubg Literary Clubg House and Grounds. ANNA BERGER 325 VVest Fishers Avenue A4 Academic Entered from Cooke Junior High Fatso Activities! Organ Clubg Girls' Symphony Club. BRUCE B. BEVERIDGE 959 Granite Street A1 Academic Entered from Lansdale High Activities: Engineering Club. CHARLES F. BIBUS 5021 Griscom Street A3 Industrial Entered from Harding Junior High Bib berg Treasurerg Poetry Clubg T-Square Club. Twenty Activities: High Way Representativeg Board Mem- ,M f fm Q QW 'M' 'WM SAUX 'W' WW tim fa--ffm rw W' --ff' 'fm Evli Qtifzflff, . , l , . , ' ' '6.:.:.I.:.:.:.1'.'.'.j.j.:.:.1,:.:,:.:,:.:.1,:.'.'.f.:.:.A.:lj: ,-wig? "' Z w'f'f'f'I'l-l'f" " . ' ' ' 'H' ' ' ' ' 9 .-sf-If-I-f'f-. 5 Y .' VCQ6'gfN' rjq-Q-j.j.j, Cl ' ' ' ' ' "iii:-.-' .-I-ZCGIAI' '54 ua- , -,, ., -- -s - 2, : 5. .::.z11:-. 1 . H ' ' ' -. fl H Q- 54 , ' -' -' ' . ,' f' EE .7 u 5- ' 7 :' 7 .. "' " .1..' ' ' 'J , 3: 'f02'fQaff6'7L6i I I ' H I D V """' ' I 'L 4 r H i A V , - - ' ' 4 V A Y V fffl'Q5'lf?,'fC"fL'Z ' SETII M. BIEMULLER 6812 Jackson Street A1 Academic Entered' from Disston Beaky Activities: Section Secretary, Hg Treasurer, G3 Board Member, F5 Bowling Clubg Engineering Clubg German Clubg House and Groundsg Tacony Fathers' Associa- tion Award, H. EMILY ELIZABETH BILLMAN 131 Delphine Street A4 Academic Entered from Olney Activities: Varsity Trackg Art Clubg Hiking Club. JOHN PETER BLACK 5228 Torresdale Avenue A2 Conimercizll Entered from Harding Junior High ' Blackie Acti1.'ities.' High, Way Representative, D to Ag Com- mercial Clubg Chess Clubg House and Grounds. MARJORIE VIRGINIA BLAKE 632 Benson Avenue A4 Academic Entered from Fox Chase Margie U Activities: Sectional Sportsg Swimming Clubg Hik- 1 mg Clubg House and Groundsg Girl Reserves. Q Twenty-one ,1 lp , ff 4 pflffigwf 946 'W' 1- 'UQ BMW ' W" JWUW f , Iffggg fx Nha- -.vm A Q 7 'F iw-hp ,Pdf F725 "Lf'4Q5 ,...,........ .. ..... ........ .... ..... . . f--,- . - ,fl -1 "5 21 " '2:2:2:2-5:2:5:2:1-1' 1 f i 'liifi' -. if-5:5:2:f:s:2:5:5-''A 4 "5,f ZQGOTIX- "'3:1ii:i21:f:-. -wanzas.-' A5 ' fi'2ff1'2'ig4 4' , f: r' :5f:s22a2l,J,..5. -4 .fi-ze:-:if . 1: .f,., nf. """' " ' 4 - - -- - ' .':f.,4fa,'1cf,:f: WILLIAM F. BLAKE . 9413 Bustleton Avenue A3 Industrial Entered from Willliam C. Jacobs Bill Activities: Board Memberg Freshman Baseball, G3 T-Square Clubg House and Grounds. LILLIAN BLOCK 4363 Frankford Avenue A5 Commercial Entered from Harding Junior High Lil Activities: Literary Clubg Commercial Clubg Hiking Club: House and Grounds. GRACE D. BORLAND 4612 North Ella Street A4 Academic Entered from Cooke Junior High kActivities: Trip Committeeg Biology Club: Latin Ulubg House and Grounds. MILD-RED E. BORZELL 248 West Louden Street A5 Commercial Entered from Cooke Junior High Mil Activities: Board Member, D3 Senior Twelveg Com- mercial Clnbg Hiking Clubg House and Grounds. l 1 Twenty-two ,M ,, 4 , www are ew 4-umm gore-N. Hr- tale ga N-......-- ' NE 'fy x 'H-....-J"5 QEEFOQC ,, ff- I uns-.uugf di: r ffl r J 5.--fx gpffgfy , , . , , ...... . ...,,.. . .............. ' iff 'IC' 1, - ' ' ' ' ' '.-3.2.2 ' ' ' 'jf.:.i.1,:.:.f.:.f.:,'.'.'.' ' zgtgbfifsxu A'f:Q:f:f:fZf:.. 2 . . . . . ..mE5?..- 1 .- - .' A f,, .- I Q -D .. N -. 33 1 :I ,g,,1:.:., l , , '1 , -- n ,Af 7 0 7 - . ,4... -- . zz 1- 5 ::::rZg1: 1 'P -- -' ' -A-H42 4 . 1,1 I ' .' VH- ,N fr 4 1 f 2 ':fr:F:" -' , 'Q - -. "".. -.Life-'ff A,',,' Ayhfgi, I f------ -- .n.n.-,f,. . WILLIAM T. BOWMAN 327 Fanshaw Street A1 Academic Entered from Central High Bill Activities: Bowling Clubg Stamp Club. IRMA DOROTHY BROWN 2827 VVilmot Street A5 Commercial Entered from Harding Junior High Irm Activities: Sock and Busking House and Groundsg Commercial Clubg Girl Reservesg Section Secretary- Treasurer, C. RAYMOND EDVVIN BROWN 3555 Kensington Avenue A2 Commercial Entered from John H. Webster Ray Activities: Second Football Team, '283 Trackg Sec- tional Football Champiouship Team, '279 Chess Clubg Commercial Clubg House and Grounds. WINIFRED VIOLET BRUMBY 5214 Castor Avenue A4 Academic Entered from James Russell Lowell Vi Activities: Symphony Club, Treasurerg Girl Reserves. I 1 Twenty-three 1 fffffff , Mfg, wr WW 'W' 'UQ Sbfh 'W' JW? ,png "f'A'.Z .... ,...... ...,.... ,..,. ...., , 9' f 4 5 'AQ- 2 ' rg?-I-""''-'-'-':5:g:3:3:51Q:g:3:1:I '-1:2-1"-j-" '-515:31 "-j-'-11215-2'''IfI1p3:f:r:31f:gqg1f""'.'3-2-rg " ' if ZCOiiik lEIECf1EIE,- ' I Z., m a.. -' f:g:fQ:j:jQ24WfgQqoQi ff ..,... ,, ,- .. . .. -- .. , v'g'X2,ffzi,n '-- " ' ' ' " ' A' ' -- ""' -'fffQ:o41rfL:v:f,g'a ,,f,.0 YVILLIAM BUCHANAN, JR. 2056 East Clementine Street A3 Mechanic Arts Chaucer Entered from Jones Junior High Activities: Track, '27, '28. MABE L ELIZABETH BUCKLEY 5320 Hedge Street A4 Vocational Art Entered from Harding Junior High Buck Activities: RECORD BooK Committeeg Art Club, Vice- l'x-esidentg Girl Reserves, Treasurerg Hiking Club. EMILY MARY BUCKMAN Roosevelt Boulevard and Byberry Road A4 Academic Entered from Byberry School Em Activities: Hiking Club. A. A. Representative, Board Member: Section A. A. Representativeg High Way Rep- resentativeg Board Memberg Mathematics Club: Lead- ers' Club. GRANVILLE YV. BURTT Actirfifics: Engineering Club. Twenty-four 4635 Howell Street A1 Academic , Entered from VVesttown School Bert , ff f 'iifis we foam 50:6-is ww- if iv F'f'i'f 'J'Af??J ........-. l .--.-.-4- ' '----' -4--A " "-34.4-1-3-3-1 i-g-3-3.3-ggi:-2 :-'-"Z'i'3'5'5r , ,,.. .,......,... I .g .. ,4-4 5,,, H mm A, , 4 aw -2-1-34:-3-:-1-in - . i '. -. A ' 1 fy af - . " -":-:-:4:-:e:-:- .. 'r s " 1:2-Iinf-I-I-' 50061 f,-ogy .. , R I. ,Q gg, ., .. A 692-Qhffoiziil ' "" ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' " " ' ' vf'P.0',1iQ,'.f-vga M. NAOMI BYRNES 3522 East Wellington Street A5 Commercial Entered f1'o1n Kensington Bobby Arfiz'itie.s: High Way and Pioneer Representative, E. D, B3 House and Grounds: Commercial Club. DAVID ROS S CALHOUN 1630 VVakeling Street A1 Academic- Entered from Harding Junior High Cal Activities: Clef Clubg High Way Reporter, B, A. HAROLD ROLAND CANDY 1700 Scattergood Street A2 Commercial Entered from John Marshall Candy Activities: Bowling Clubg High Way Representative, C3 Board Member, CQ Secretary and Treasurer, E, D, C. Business Manager, B9 Pioneer Representative, G, C3 Varsity Baseball '28g Tennis. ,29Q Second Baseball '2Tg Commercial Clubg House and Grounds. NORMAN A. CARLILE 113 West Olney Avenue A1 Academic Entered from North Coventry High Slim Activities: Photography Committeeg Section Secre- tary-Treasurer, Ag Mathematics Clubg House and Grounds. fl'icen1y-fire ,-fbffff WMS QQYAQ 15123 NQ....w' 7' fl 00,1 ,,4v"' " 'ws ,r ' NE 9 '---1 me wif V752 . , ...,..,.,.....,,,..,............. rxfff-' ' :fi V ' " "" '-:-t-:-: " 4'-'-'-I-2-3-if''i-:-:-:-:-:-:-i-:-:':-'f- "" " ' f kt' Q v If-2-2-I-i-2-i-" ' .- s -'sf '- . 1-.-i-i-L-1-is ' 1 ?fq 0'1-rxxll'-:31Q:3111:Z3z - .,1.11,,,. - ..,,f..5,6gl 5 ' - fi x 1.'.3i't3-1 -ue, 4:12.-f'QQ,gz,2fi,z """-"A' ' ' ' " " ' " ' " ' -A ' Q'i"'- 1' wff:gaez:ff,f2 f f " fr ,ff MARGARET E. CARSON 5854 North Fourth Street A5 Commercial Entered from James Russell Lowell Marge Activities: Section President, F5 High. lVay Repre- sentative, Eg Commercial Clubg Bird Club. FRANCES EDITH CHRI STENSEN 1323 East Sedgley Avenue A5 Commercial Entered from John H. Webster Frannie Activities: Section Secretary-Treasurerg Commercial Clubg House and Grounds. GERTRUDE L. CLARKE 1819 Foulkrod Street A5 Commercial Entered from Jones Junior High Clarkie Activities: Hiking Club: Literary Clubg House and Groundsg Commercial Club. L. RUSSELL- COOK 313 Robbins Avenue A1 Academic Entered from Olney Rusty Activities: Senior Class Executive Committee: Exec- utive Committee, Student Board, G. Eg Latin Club Board Member, F9 Section President, H, F, C, Bg A. A. Representative, D3 Varsity Debating, '28, '29g Distin- guished II to B3 Freshman and Sophomore Academic Prizes. Twenty-sim fee. if-' rm e 7 'r--x--f" M MILDRED CRAMER 4523 Princeton Avenue A4 Academic Entered from Harding Junior High Mil Activities: Chairman, Senior Morning Committeeg Section President C, D, E, F5 Secretary-Treasurer, B: Mathematics Club, Chemistry Club. WILLIAM B. CROUSE 4936 Saul Street A1 Academic Entered from Harding Junior High Harry Activities: High Way Representative, B3 Swimming Club, Latin Clubg Chemistry Club. MILDRED BERYL CURLIS 2016 Sixty-sixth Avenue A4 Academic Entered from Julia VVard Howe Mil Activities: Basketball, '27, '28, '2r9g Track, '27, '28, '29g Cheer Leading Squad, '27, '28, '29g Mathematics Clubg Leaders' Clubg Numerals and Letters. HELENE DACE-Y 5429 Westford Road A5 Commercial Entered from Commerce High. VVorcester, Mass. Lee Activities: Commercial Club. Twenfy-seven v,ffQ+ff , :Hia f Z "' " ' 'V-1113 ...............,.... ......., .... ..... - . . - -V - ffl?-75'5 3" ' ' 9'jg"'b?QYli6'i:3:3:i:i:3:f:3:3'3' 'Y Eiziii' 'T 1."'5'1:7" ""3'3:f:?:3:i:33i'in1'i5"5,"WIQ,, 223232-N!!-2:2g2g5gsg2f5.. ' .1S1i5555?12534'22f'-D4 ,lui fn. 'i""' -- " ' ' " - 'L-' ' '- -- ""' - 0121.4-tflfgc-',1 M0111 Y B 1' ?'J!f,f'fff f WW 'M' 'UQ 20.0-N, Qggy Q X--f rm W N., ,W V95 - -.-.-.-.1.3.1.3.3.1.3,3.3.3 ' -. - - -433.3 -- ''a-1-if-1-3-2-1-'-'-'-:-1-:-:-:-:-t-2-:-1-2-:Ai-'A'-214:-1-3 fl -7:2 'j3cO62gxhf5Z5Z3:3:3:53igZ-'' ', - ' ' "ff " " .f'i3f3f3f1f3fif1fifl ' fi ww. 4 4 I f :,r.:.:.... l ' ' - - . .A D. .. , f. Hjgggy v s U ". .. ..f A w. . ." Q U I ,Q 'ff' fp . '--- ' " ' ' - ' ' " - ' ' ' ' ' 1,,fffSfcf,:i: ALFRED SICBAST IAN DAM IANI 199 Fern Street Al Academic Entered from Bethlehem High Al Ac-tivitie3.' Chairman Study Hall Committeeg A and B Dance Committeeg Stump Club. CLAIRE MARIE D'ANDRICA 125-18 Vankirk Street A5 Commercial l'l11t4-red from Harding Junior High Honey flctizvifics: Commercial Club, Hiking Club, Sterling Silver Typing Awardg Gold Typing Award. EVEIAYN MILIIRED DARRAH S020 Dittnian Street A4 Academic lintered from Benjamin Crispin Ev .,lcti1fities.' Secretary. Student Board, B, First Vice- President, Ag High Way Representative. H5 Section 'lll'62lSll1'01', G, Eg Sec-tion President, F, D, C3 Dance Conunittce, B. EDITH DENISE DARREFF 4520 Frankford Avenue A4 Academic Iintcred from Harding Junior High Darry Activities: Secretnry-Treasurer, D, Cp Sodalitas Ro- nizumg lliking Club. Twenty-eight ,f 4, ff gm aaa . of .gem gona., 2252, gyvgr f4,y,,-Z V . ..., -,-,' . .,.,, ffffggzotzji y ' ' 31,Z-1-'Af'-'-'-'3:3:3:3:515:3:3:::1: '-15:-1-'-Z-"' 'fiftftf -'-'--51315131534 ?f6-05ZgXjf'3:3:5:1:3:f:1:' x - ' . ' , .. . . A f ' iiif-I'-' --ff' ' - , .51 I -' ' .. -. , ' " . -- ' -2-L-iff ., -. .1 1111, ?19wEsZ4 , ' ' f: -. .-42: 5 4 5'f?'?5 .:iZ,?Q0fZ:Lp,:Z '-----' ---Y V. VL . ..... ...,. . ,... ....,..,, ...---. A , .' 4. " I H I .'7Q.f'2"j9,jqf,L,5 MARSHALL DAVIS 2120 NVest Ontario Street A3 Industrial Entered from George H. Boker Mush Activities: Dance Committee, Ag A. A. Representa' tive, Ag Basketball Captain, '26-273 Vice-President, Cir- cle Twelveg Section President, F to B3 Football. '26, '27, '28g Baseball, '26, '27, '28, '29g Basketball, '26, '27, '28, 203 Oxford Bank Prize. VVILLIAM JOHN DIETRICH 5152 Akron Street A2 Commercial Entered from Cooke Junior High Bill Actirities: A. A. President. '28, '29g Football, '26, Captain, '27, '28, Baseball, '27, '28, Captain. '29g Cir- cle Twelve, Presidentg Section President. F: Board Member, Eg A. A. Representative. D to Ag Basketball, '27, '28, '29g Commercial Club, House and Grounds. KATHRYN ELLA DOMINGUEZ 2126 Griffith Street A4 Academic Entered from Olney Mingy n Activities: Hiking Club, President, C, B, Ag Secre- tary-Treasurer, Eg Hiking Cluihg House and Grounds: Mathematics Club, Chemistry Club, Varsity Volleyball. CHARLES F. DOTTS 4643 Naples Street A2 Commercial Entered from Harding Junior High Pimple Twenty-11 ine ,Q fdf rffwffw f 'eine -sw v +-wan Bonn we few' 9.0 0 N..,,,...w- N'-s.,,,,..!'5 H943 'znff 211717: .. .- .,,.. .... ..... . . "'-' . ', -1 if f ' ' 2-11 f'i'f"" '6'A"":f:Zzffzfriffjiifii ' ' ' I ' '.:.j.:. I ' ' ' '.i.1,f ' .'.'.:,i.:.:.:.:.:.2.' ' ' ' ' I .7 9d'006'115xl,"3gZp3g3,gig-. 7,1 , I ---- - -'-13,311-.-' '--' -- " ' .1i5.3.3:7i3'1' x.1?iff.'75'Q7ii 0. , A ,,A, f ., .. , .,.. .. . . Q ., 7' "4 ."' " ' '- . - ' if E - 1' 'zffilifii 1 If ' " 4. , . 4 " ".. A' ' , T' LV' ,- 4' .. -- - A .. y ::. ,1 -, :.,,.g.:: ,. -. .. . . .4 . J ,, ,1 ,ialkftlhfjzlrz ....... W---ff . -Li , ........ . .. . .. I A. . .I H I !,'I,fi','Z,,lA Thirty NORRETT DOXVNEY, JR. 1724 Stanwood Street A1 Academic Entered from Stetson Junior High Norry Activities: High Way Representative, F, Eg Fencing Club. HUBER EBBECKE 7156 Torresdale Avenue A1 Academic Entered from Harding Junior High Eb Activities: Section President, Cg High Way Repre- sentative, Dg Ring Committeeg Mathematics Clubg Kite Flying Championship of Philadelphia during Boy Week, in '26, '27, and '28, awarded three gold medals and a silver cup. MARGARET BERRY EDWARDS S002 Frankford Avenue A4 Academic Entered from Benjamin Crispin Peg Activities: Mathematics Clubg Swimming Club. MARIE G. EISENHART Torresdale A4 Academic Entered from Benjamin Crispin Activities: A. A. Representative, B3 Swimming, '26, '27, '28, '29g Volleyball Team. '27, Hockey Team, '27g Basketball Team, '28, '2Elg Tennis Team, '28g Varsity Swimming Awardg Life Saving Award. gwfrwfwws ,.... i .......,....,. A .....,.. ,HH ...., i ,'.-. .1.,, - -A-. .Q,-. f Z5::""' 0"'3:3:333i3i5:7:3:3'i' - ' 'L7:7:f' -, 3."'5'?:" ' "" :fi'f:f:fiI:.:"' "5"'f ,2' ?f?gQ'Z5KS.y'-:3:l:335:3:3:, .,. :- -' 11.',:l:i:-tezi'-'Ta-zjggosnoi ... .. l 7 . JOSEPH OXVEN EISEVNSTEIN 116 East Wellens Avenue A1 Academic Entered from Cooke Junior High Rabbi Activities: Second Team Football, '27g A. A. Rep- resentativeg Football, '26, '27, '28 9 Baseballg Four mile relay championship Philadelphia schools, Sophomore: Manager Inter-section Soccerg Manager Inter-section Footballg Manager Inter-section Baseball, Manager Box- ing and Wrestlingg Sock and Busking Swimmingg Bowl- ing: House and Grounds. ELIAS P. ELIN 332 East Roosevelt Boulevard A1 Academic Entered from Cooke Junior High Nuny Activities: House and Grounds, Chemistry Club: Chess Clubg Mathematics Club. ANDREVV VVILLIAM ENGE4L 306 Gilliam Street A3 Industrial Entered from Benjamin Franklin Gumpers Activities: Section Treasurerg Commencement Coin- mitteeg High Way Representative, B5 Freshman Base- ball, Hg House and Grounds. JOSEPHINE A. ENGLAND 4901 North Front Street A5 Commercial Entered from Cooke Junior High Jo Activities: A. A. Representative, F5 Hockey Team, 1 '27, Captain, '28, Swimming Clubg Commercial Club: Hiking Club. c Thirty-01111 OO!! Q46 f 1503! If VIZ? FQWI 'QT'-1155. . . .. ...,,, , .,...,........,............ . . . ' ' 'J 3 ' . . Y .... 1.l.f.:.:,:.:.:.1.: ' '4 - ' '.j.j.:.j ' ' -"' "' ' 65- x C- , , I , 4 , ' A A .- .ilji-f1I:Ij1:.-.u,' 0 0 '41 1. . it f 'z u f. ' ' - 1 - :""l"5:T:f if 4?Z'02z , .... .. .,... . z: :-, 7, ,'::g:.g1: . - -- ' '. .' ' 919-ff, 1 -, ,- .. - -,- L A - . -::::f'-- .- - - . .. ---f . MQ, .9 ,,,, ai ' Aff ff ' W ' ' ' " KWH .6026 'M' fum gon QQ- 53033 N5-"" 'A :JUNE 9 '----1" 8505 I 7 an-u1.u.-f ,rj JOHN JAMES EVNTWISTLE 1911 Kinsey Street A3 Mechanic Arts Entered from Harding Junior High Ent Activities: Section Treasurer, D, Eg Stamp Clubg 1 Chemistry Club. MILDRED ENTVVISTLE 1366 Harrison Street A4 Academic Entered from Harding Junior High Mill Activities: Hockey: Tennisg House and Grounds: 'Priangleg Hiking Club. WILLIAM W. ERVIN Iiyberry Road A1 Academic 1 Entered from VVatson-Comly Bill Activities: Secretary-Treasurer, G: Treasurer. F3 Board Member, E, D3 Mathematics Clubg Engineering l'1uhg House and Grounds. ADELAIDE LUKENS ESHER Oakley and Magee Streets A4 Academic j Entered from Benjamin Franklin f Activities: A. A. Represeiitative, G3 Student Board, F g Hiking Club. Thirty-I :ro f.-- f 9f1:"'54Yfr'-1-L.:-1-i-:-1-1-'AK ? 1-Zgig' 7 '- f".?,?:i:T33,3:3:'"l""':JW.4'i?45 ' . A 41. - 1f9'W",7 .V MARIAN EVANS 1225 Foulkrod Street A4 Academic Entered from Harding Junior High Activities: C Dance Committeeg House and Grounds. ' DOROTHY MAE FARBER 1308 Harrison Street A4 Academic Entered from Harding Junior High ' Dot Activities: Christmas Partyg House and Grounds 5 Bird Club. WILLIAM FINK 5440 Large Street A1 Academic Entered from Stetson Junior High Bill KENNETH DUNCAN FORD 1315 Wakeling Street A3 Mechanic Arts Entered from Harding Junior High Dune Activities: A. A. Representative, F, E, D5 Football, Second Team '27g Varsity Golf Team, '29g Engineering Clubg Swimming Club: RECORD BooK Committee. 1 D E Thirty-three 72740.51 AY , s 'i'ff'r'.7'9'f0 " n Q 'P Q 0' 3 gh any gggg' gy-"waiter-'-'-''5'-'-'5:3:3t3:3:3:5:3:3:5: "fjIj1:I " '4'lf'3:3:i:3:i"""1333171115:3111332523f'f""'i'7f:7:3 If ' 9"s0d'2Ei ' ' -'11?5E5SQ2:5:E:i, ' .,,. " -- 1f3fEfEf2fEfE5 :xA"Qf 51.11, ' . ---- 4 '- '- -- .411 cfffzcfe. ox? fxffff 'f fi of HELEN LEONA FOSTER 5233 Jackson Street A4 Academic Entered from Harding Junior High Leona Activities: Board Menilwr, Cg Basketball, '28, '299 Hockey, 28. NETTA FRASER 5623 North Fifteenth Street A4 Academic Entered from Julia VVa1'd llowe rlvfivities: Connneneemcnt Committee, Board Exec- utive Committee. G. 0.5 Section President, F, B, Ag Board Member, G, E. IJ. Vg Senior Twelveg Symphony l'lubg House and Grounds. Bl,ANl'llE FRICKE 5215 Jackson Street A5 llonnnercial Entered from Ilarding Junior lligh .IL-firifiex: A. A. Representative, llg Commercial Club. HENRY I'llll.l'0'l'T FVLMER -1321 Longshore Street A2 Commercial Entered from Hamilton Disston Strinyie A1-firities: Dance Committeeg Vice-President, Thirteen ' Uluhg A. A. Representative, F to B3 Business Manager, High Way, B, Assistant Business Manager, Pioneer. BQ Business Manager, l'ioneer. B: Commercial Club: Bowl- ing, T. N. T. Club, Basketball, '27, '28, Track, '29, Varsity Basketball, '27, Uaptain, '28, Soccer, '26, '27, '28g Varsity Track. '26, '27, '28, Captain, '29. Thirty-fo u 1' A"' 5:35315 .wow .mf 1-sawn iso:-ax, ww f- ---- -' gi, 3 69 I , . -Ns sg, I 5 'Sz-iflamsfi """i f------ G ' G "" "" 'A " - -- '- fff:fzs4:wp..l:cfm MICLVIN TRYON GALWLOWAY 4225 Meridian Street A2 Commercial Eutrcd from Paulsboro Iligh Chick Aotirities: COIHlTl9l'l'iill Clubg Chess Clubg House and fil'0l1lldSQ Royal Gold and Silvvr Typing Awards. SIIIRLEY M. GANIJY 5037 Frankford Avenue A5 f,'0ll1llll"l'l'iill l'Intcr0cl from A. D. Bachu Honey Anti:-ifies: Board Member, G. Fg Section Trvnsurvr, C5 Ltlllllllll-?l'l'i21l Club: House and Grounds. DORIS SELMA GAVRD 5951 North Luwreiice Street A5 Co1n111v1'1-inl 3 , E lun tl-red f1'0lI1 Ferugsou V' Dorrie .-iz:tirifies.' A. A. Iil'1II'0S9llfHtiV9. FQ f'0ll1Ill0l'L'l2ll Clubg llousv and Grouudsg Swmnniug Club. RITTII GEBELEIN 4687 Ilawthorne Strf-'et 4687 Iluwthorue Strvvt A-1 Axwlllklllll' Gebby i Ac1iz'ities: Associate Editor, RECORD BOOK: A Play Conuuittvv: Literary Club. Secretary, B. President. A: Hiking Club. High Way Represeutativeg Section High Way Representative, B. C3 High Way 1:1-'1l0I't6l', B3 Ileudline Editor, Ag Mathematics Clubg llikiug Club: Swimming Club, F. I Thirty-fire blfkdffav ggfnauw , ' ' "' 11 0 Iwi? rw gf 'dmv' Qlgfgag- "WI" ' Vflf , . , . . .........................,. ......... , 'I N CQ' 3 'IJ "" "" ffQQQQQfQf2fQff251: "3?3'f'f", "f-fiff H 4, 'If"7i31f'5"''HififffffififIEV3''?f"':':i - ' ' 3 2-Misa '-if .. : -pw . 4. -' f2ffg2fa2:pQ,.,..,:i f 'H' ff., fan " " ' ' '- '- .f'2m9,'ic1,:, 14-7"M " My WILLIAM CLARKE GILFILLAN 608 Robbins Avenue A3 Industrial Entered from Benjamin Franklin Gilly Activities: Engineering Club President, A 3 Chair- man, Lunchroom Committeeg House and Groundsg Board Member, Dg Advertising Representative, Ag Cross- Country, Freshman '25, Varsity '26, '27g Tennis, '27g Freshman Football. ESTHER L. GOLDBERG 223 East Rockland Street A4 Academic Entered from Cooke Junior High Es Activities: Hiking Clubg House and Groundsg Mathe- matics Club. MINNIE M. GOLDSTEIN 1111 Overington Street A4 Academic Entered from Harding Junior High Min Activities: House and Groundsg Literary Clubg Mathe- matics Clubg Sodalitas Romanag Hiking Club. JOHN F. GORSKI, JR. 5209 Burton Street A2 Commercial Entered from Harding Junior High Pole ball, '28, '29g Commercial Clubg House and Grounds: Circle Twelve. Thirty-siv Activities: A. A. Representative, F3 Second Basket- ball Team, '28g Varsity Basketball, '29g Varsity Base- .W .. -- Vwi' ""7A':- - . ..,,Y...................,..... 7 . . , 'ff 'Eff' r ' """:f:Q:fff:f:f:f:f:i:3 "3:7'3"'f"' "f:f:f:' " . ':""fi3:3'5" ' ' 35' 'ii33?:5:ft ?""i'f: ,J ' ' ,J A- .l 'f' -'lv ffl -- ' V' " ' .".-,iff-9"15'7ll 'Z i 3 Q HAROLD B. GOUGH 6021 Frankford Avenue A1 Academic Q Entered from Stetson Junior High Activities: Orchestrag Bandg Organ Club: Clef Clubg Mathematics Club. 2 2 JAMES W. GREENWOOD, JR. 5 137 West Westmoreland Street A1 Academic Entered from Stetson Junior High Jim Activities: High Way Representative, Philatelic Clubg Chess Club. E. HE-LYN GREER 4250 Rhawn Street A4 Academic Entered from Benjamin Crispin Activities: Section President, H, G, E, C3 Secretary- i Treasurer, F5 Art Clubg Societas Latina. CARL EDWARD GROTHEHEN 300 West Tabor Road A3 Industrial Entered from Olney School Col Activities: High W'ay Representative, D, C3 Engi- neering Clubg House and Groundsg Quartet Club. , , Thirty-seven If .K-'f Jffffff if 324' f O B 1 , 2:25 A A5 SWA'-'rp N""v-ef" 1 'F f'!""f,'!.r' Qui ' '.'.'.'.:.f.:.f.:.:.:.:.1.: ' A ' '.f.:.:.' ' " ""' 'f'i'f:Q1QjfjI""4'fififjfIfiI1fjfjfffffjf'f4""f'i'f:fifAj, 'if ' 'ff 7 , :g:3:111:3:g:-:-" - a fav: w '- , "1 -A -34:5:3:1:i:3:3: A A: 4 ,Q .fgq A A '-13132113141-. U ," IQ' ' ' 1 ,. fi-ilijgi-' M .4 'L f -' ,f, f , Z4 ina...-. -' -- A .- 1- .' E7 - 1. .::-. .l '.-.ff Ffffew 4: "",'fo.,' E-.. "" H I N M ' U" ' " H" ."r,n",f'1'l ffffrffl HERMAN T. GRUNINGER 1501 Orthodox Street A1 Academic Entered from Harding Junior High Mutt Activities: Clef Club, Circle Twelveg High Way Reporter, C, B, School Editor. Ag Organ Club. Or- chestra. JOHN EDWARD GUOKAS -112 Friendship Street A2 Commercial Entered from Crossan Gook Activities: Senior Morning Committee, High Way Representative, Commercial Clubg Section President, FQ Varsity Golf Team. '28, '29, House and Groundsg Oxford Bank Prize, G. ELIZABETH AGNES HAGERTY Ei-104 Brighton Street A5 Commercial Entered from Kensington High Betty DOROTHY BLANCHE HAMILTON Adams and Ramona Avenues A4 Academic Dot .-lf-til-ities: A. A. Representative, Hiking Club: Base ball Team, '27, 'QSQ Tennis Team. 'QSQ Track Team, '28, Hockey Team, '28, Swimming Clubg Literary Club: Nlllll?l'RlS, Letters. and Sweater. Thirty-eight ,f f , ff 7-V60 'sie M f fem sofa-N we sos N---e fk WEE 9291 --W" I fAf,Z ,sua-u Hff , Q, MILD RED IIANGSTERFE R 5412 Oakland Street A-I Academic Entered from Harding Junior High Milly Actilfities: Board Member, F9 Hiking Clubg Poetry Clubg German Clubg Literary Club. CHARLES VVESLEY HARVEY. JR. 1682 Fillmore Street A2 C0lllll101'I'l2li Entered from Harding Junior High Charlie Activities: Business Manager, RECORD BooK: Finan- cial Secretary, Student Board C, B3 Commercial Club President Ag High Way Representative. F: Section Treasurer, Eg Board Member, D, C, B, Ag Circulation Manager, High Way and Pioneer. MARY THORNTON HAZARD 425 Hoffnagle Street A4 Academic Moll Activities: Mathematics Clubg Latin Clubg Hiking Clubg House and Groundsg Swimming Club. CATHERINE HEATON 626 Benson Avenue A5 Connnercial Entered from Fox Chase Activities: RECORD BOOK Committee, Assistant Busi- ness Managerg A Play Committeeg High Way Assign- ment Editor: Section President, C9 Board Member. F3 Secretary-Treasurer, Ag Swimming Club: Triangle Clubg Commercial Clubg House and Grounds. Thirty-nine ,yf-,f ',f:f,'g- . .. .,,. ...... , ................. F ff,-' 'Zdjj 2 "' ' gf:-'ggf'Q-"':f:f:f:f:Q1ftf:f:Z32 , "iff-I-'-i-"' 'f:f?fE? " .' ":f'iZ3I1f:i"''41,-Z1f:fffEfE'EfEEE:.f'-'- Z-0622-.Nl'.2q1Ef5:2:3r5.. - ' r1:j.::f'pB4"vi'QQ3 32 ,f.,i-.s- ,f '- 1. 1, .fi .. -x-.-1-:?fMQ,: zii """' """-ff -' ' i"' ' A' " - ' .f'.c,fa,':cf,:-' X w M f f 71:-opasfffv WNW 'Q 'V ' "Ti QKU ' 'lb' -'W Q Ylf f' 1' 'X 'Q474,f'-soo f at fb , ieqaiai Q I Ui, fyffr una-as-1 ,Jiffy ,jf LUTHER C. HEINZ 4-105 Higbee Street A1 Academic Entered from Harding Junior High 57 Activities: Music Club Treasurerg High Way Repre- sentative, D, Eg F Student Assemblyg B Playg High Way Reporter, B, Ag Pioneer Editor, April, 2299 Music Club: Chess Clubg Organ Club. WILLIAM JAMES HENDERSON, JR. 5122 Oakland Street A3 Mechanic Arts Entered from Harding Junior High Bill Activities: Assistant Chairman, Photography Commit- tee: President, F, Eg Football Second Team. '26, '27g Track Team, '28: Golf Team, '20g Sock and Buskin, "The Whole ToWn's Talkingng Engineering Club: Swim- ming Clubg Distinguished, B. EMMA RAE IIENZEL 614 Elkins Avenue A4 Academic Entered from James Russell Lowell Rae Activities: Swimming Club: Hiking Club. FREDERICK C. HERB 2610 North Coral Street A3 Industrial Entered from Jones Junior High Herb Forty fff Q , , rffww few 'crm me-N. sis- fr iw' 0,Qf-gf' 'N' "f'P'xff 5525" 'Jail .....,...,. - ......... - .-.'.-.-. ... .,.. - ,.... - ., 'v--- .-.-.-.-, - - ,f" f I g ' 21,5-"'-r"':3:3:3:3:3:3:1:3:':-P i ' 3251: Q zjfrzyi' f -13:-rizfzii:-"' V+: Q 3 y'-0dfQ,5, -'.:3E523E555E52L. fl .3 ,... " fl-,EIE13Iif"'W2Ef1QQi .l .zu nf. -' ---' f fr "" M- 1 JOSEPH HERMANN Krewstown Road A2 Commercial Entered from 'William C. Jacobs Dutch Activities: Senior Class Executive Committeeg A. A. Secretary-Treasurer, C9 Section Treasurer, F3 Presi- dent, C5 Varsity Baseball Team, '28, '29g Thirteen Clubg Commercial Clubg House and Grounds. HARRY G. HETZEL 5225 Sylvester Street A3 Mechanic Arts Entered from Harding Junior High Bugs Activities: Executive Committee 5 Triangle Four, Presi- dent: Section Secretary-Treasurer: Thirteen Clubg B Play, Study Hall Committeeg House and Grounds. HARRY ROBERT HOFFMANN 5428 North American Street A2 Commercial Entered from Olney H arry - Activities: High Way Representative, F9 Treasurer, Eg Swimming Team, '28, '29g Commercial Club: Stamp Clubg Swimming Club. WILLIAM D. HOOD 5756 Frankford Avenue A3 Industrial Entered from Harding Junior High lVill Activities: Secretary-Treasurer, Fg Board Member, E. Ag A. A. Representative, B3 Engineering Clubg Quartet i Club, C, B, Ag Senior Quartet B, Ag House and Grounds. 5 Forty-one iglfjzff 0 V-wrgffy we ew fum 20:0 ww- ,ref e' f ll? 'Z' J """""' 've ffl! fwlf "27'f1f.5J ,.,,,,,,,,, , . ,,...,.......,..., , . . f ' Z ' ' ' "':.ffj.:.:.:ff.:f:fj1 y ' 'fiffft' " h 0':'.'.:.:::.f.- - - 1,3:I:1:Eizgxjfifj,'ff-f-'Af-f'f:f:I,fl . ' '-7 9qQ6'3sw"if3'f:7f1f3EifN 7- .. .. .. .. . V' ':i2i:iif:iiif3:-xjgif Z 52 '13 , :N .5 .I , ' '- , I ,I --g OCDQ1 -f -1-' f- A ' - A -' - - .f',,,fQ,Ccff. RUTH ELEANOR HORROCKS Ilewees Street, Bustleton A4 Academic Entered from lVilliam C. Jacobs Activities: Girl Reserves, Hiking Cluh. VIRGINIA MARY HUMPH REYS Herschel Road, Somerton A-l Academic Entered from VVatson Comly Girlie Activities: Photography Committee Chairman: Vice- Prcsident, A. A., B, A: Track Captain, '26, '27, '28, '29g Swimming Captain, '27, '28, '29, Vice-President, Sock and Buskin, B, President, Ag President Life-Saving Uorps. C, B, Ag Section President. Hg Treasurer, F5 A. A. Representative, D, C, B, Ag Basketbvallg Hockeyg Lutin Olubg Leaders' Club, Numerals and Letters. CLARA CAROLINA ILG 301 lVest Ruscoxnb Street A5 Commercial Entered from Cooke Junior High I4Cfi7.7'ifif?8ff:9l'Il12lIl Clubg Hiking Clubg Commercial Club. O MARY ELIZABETH JOHNSON T523 Torresdale Avenue A4 Academic Entered from Hamilton Disston Johnnie .-lc-firitirxi House and Grounds. Forty-two ,Aeon . Vlffrf, en-ie we fum me 'W f ie f' Qlglfff ?""?'f '.5'11Z6 ,.......... ........ - .... .... - ...,. V --'A - r,,5"9'i".7"5?7' 7 "':-:':':-:-:-t-:-:-:- , ' 'fI'f'f- F' -"-1-2-3-isis:-"' Q"-2: -2 "f23:7:5:f:123. ' ' ,7i1iQ1Q:fi 13" ,MAYQ U .. . ..... .. .s .. I D ,H ...... ,,M,,w,w', JOHN B. KACZOROWSKI 2353 Granite Street A2 Commercial Entered from Harding Junior High Kacker Activities: Commercial Clubg Swimming Club. EDNA MARIE KAGEIIMAN 2600 East Westmoreland Street A4 Academic Entered from Jones Junior High Eddie Acti1vities.' RECORD BOOK Committeeg Secretary-Treas- urer, Senior Twelve: Board Member, E: Section Presi- dent. C, B, Secretary-Treasurer, Ag Societas Latina, Mathematics Club. CLARENCE FLOYD KEATING 4928 Cottage Street A1 Academic Entered from Harding Junior Higl1 Beef Avti1'i1'ies: Societas Latina, Board Member. Bg Vice- President and Treasurer, Ag Section President, F3 A. A. Representative, E, D, Treasurer, C3 Second Foot- ball Team, '27, '2S: Study Hall Comrnitteeg Sodalitas Romana. KATHERINE V. KERNS 5441 North Second Street A5 Commercial Entered from Cooke Junior High Activitie.s.' Photography Committee. Ag Senior Twelve. Vice-Presidentg German Club. High Way Representative. B, Board Member, A: Bird Club, Crow, Commercial Club, Vice-President, Ag High Way Representative, D. Forty-three ,xoffa - gjfdf CMAJ alaewy M16 S040 Qggy W ata, N-H---' til 7 r--J ala ffifw ff' f V,-V -,f -,i-1, ,- -. fry - ,' 'AA ,f' "ml ........... ' .....,... ' . . .4..4- ...- -..-. . . ' '.'.'. .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' 1" I ' I 3 "':-ze:-24:-2-iv:-2+ 1 '. 's:-:- . 'zu-1,1-'-' -fan-3-:-14:-:vi-"' Q"-'-1 Q. 5, rf 113. ' -'i:3:3:it1:1:if X . .. 4 -' e:i:7:T11:3ii:5f P , 4 2- ,, ff r' H ia- f:ae':11i.I, s. ..':-14:-:I -.C-' ph f----H -- ' ' - - 4- ' .",,iiT1-,iwf. MARGIE JANE KERR 1362 Fillmore Street A4 Academic Entered from Harding Junior High Marge Activities: RECORD BOOK Committeeg Triangle Club, Presidentg Hiking Clubg House and Grounds: Swimming Clubg Life-Saving Award. LAURA ESTER KESSLER 5742 North Sixth Street A5 Commercial Entered from James Russell Lowell Lolly Activities: Pioneer Representative, D, High Way Representative, Ag Swimming Clubg Commercial Club: House and Grounds, Sub-Chairman Lunch Room Com- mitteeg High Way Reporterg Exchange Editor. EDWARD KEYSER, JR. 4346 Orchard Street A2 Commercial Entered from Harding Junior High Ed Activities: Senior Class Presidentg A. A. Secretary- Treasurer, B5 Section President, F, E, B3 Baseball, Second Team, '27, Varsity, '28, '29, President, Thirteen Clubg Commercial Club. JAMES A. KIRKPATRICK 5446 Oakland Street A1 Academic Entered from Harding Junior High Kirk Activities: Editor-in-Chief, RECORD BO0Kg Orchestrag Sock and Busking High Way, Reporter, Sports Editorg Editor-in-Chief. Forty-four ,4,f.pff O pf"-ff"-'fff 'ew we enum goin-N. ww- few 5.5.3 A fig, W7 W-...A-""4 one V95 'Qy'73':. . , . .... . ........... ' . ....,.. ..., , . . - . . ' - 3.1.1.2.:.:.f.:,'.'.'.i.:.i .:.j.f.:,i :.:.:,1.'.'.' 3.2.22 F 'iff 'Y-:gf ?' ' ' ' A ':::11:1:f:f:f:f:f'f'- 1' i ' '-.iff .. ' "'. :.:.:.:.:, .f W A ' 'Z ' 'ff' x.,"I-I'I-I-I-f'I- s f- Z . . .., , ,, . ,. Yi " fi 'Z 133727 " Rl, -' 10004 I Q I.: an 'g 5. 5 2 , - R Z-. bfgb Q rf"f-fm. . ' ' ' . ' " ' . ,' 7' Ii' f ,. ---. , I A ' '-' " " . . f'f'f'f -",. 'E .1 ,bf ,gg """ ' ------- -- ' ' " " '- 4 e -A films? 15.44-:iz CLARA MAY KIRMSE 6604 Oxford Avenue A5 Commercial Entered from Benjamin Franklin Activities: Secretary-Treasurer, Eg President, C, D, Ag Swimming Clubg Senior Twelve: Commercial Clubg House and Groundsg Commencement Committee: Oxford Bank Sophomore and Junior Commercial Prizes. ELMER VVILLIAM KOONS 6932 Tulip Street A3 Industrial Entered from Hamilton Disston Elm. Activities: A. A. Representative, G, F3 Secretary- Treasurer, D3 President, Cg T-Square Club, House and Grounds. SAMUEL J. KORMAN Oxford Avenue and Levick Street A3 Industrial Entered from Benjamin Franklin Sam Activities: Tree Planting Committee: Chairman, House and Grounds: Secretary-Treasurer, Dg Board Member. Eg Golf Team, '27, '28, Captain, '29g Freshman Cross- Countryg T-Square Club. FRANKLIN DOLSON KOTTCAMP 632 East Indiana Avenue A1 Academic Entered from Stetson Junior High Kotty Activities: A. A. Representative: Dance Committee: Bowling Clubg Fencing Clubg House and Grounds. 1 Forty-five ,ww f+ , 2f""fF-f'Mff 7 N 5" if 'cllxffz .................... .-.', ..... .... ..... . . '--- . ' . Cf?-V 1 V, VQlQ25':""64Yh'6' ?:?:5:3:i:5:5:5:3'3' A ""' f3fif?fifif3ff"iWlM' ': 99.64 3' ml,"3:?:?:i:3:3:1: ' . ' :-:-:-:ez-:af 'Xl7w'0-13071 ffm'QMQ'-f'5if3i'1'i -"' .- f ill. J , In 1' ....... -U .. . . .. . . ..... .. . .. .. I H ,,,,, '..,,NmWm 29,12 'Vacfi ff- Jffffrl ' MARTlN li. KRAUSZ, JH, 5215 Sylvester Street A3 Mechanic Arts Entered from Harding Junior Iligh lfrn. us y Activities: Engineering Club. Secretaryg Ye Monks: Triangle Fourg House and Grounds. DOROTHY l'l. KRI,'1CGl'lR 408 Princeton Avenue A5 Connnercial Entered from Benjamin Franklin Dot Arftizzities: Sertion Treasurer: Swimming Clubg Iliking Ulubg Commercial Cluhg Ilouse and Grounds. EMII. M. LAVIN -H29 Higbee Street A3 Meclimiic- Arts linterefl from Ilarding Junior High Hem' A 1-tivities: Triangle Four. Iil'Tl1 ESTIIIGR LANVS 6725-1 Jackson Street A4 Acnrleniic Entered from Harding Junior lligli .-1cti1'itiex.' l.iterz1ry Club, C. B. Tl'PilSllI'61', Ag lliking Club, ID, C. Forty-si.L' f7W ft9'4Wf?1 ----4.---.- ' --'------ ' ----4--- H "" 4-L-1-3-,-3-3-1-'ff-3-3'-31414.-1'-:+I2-'-'-1-1-2-.-ZWJQSZQZZV 3 "':-ie:-1-1-:':':-3+ 9 f, -.-,- 1' , - .'.- - , --.gf I ?5'5'Q22NY'5f'1:2:315:g15r21i 'FV' " 9-'If - 5:f21:212 fi3Zaf6?3? 7 it GEORGE LE COMPTE 272 West Dunf-annon Avenue A3 Industrial Entered from Olney Frenchy Activities: Secretary-Treasurer, T-Square Clubg See- tion Treasurer, F5 High Way Representative, G: Freshe man Baseballg Swimming Clubg House and Grounds. DOROTHY REED LEFFERTS 7248 Marsden Street A5 CillllII19l'l'lill Entered from Hamilton Disston Dot Activities: Board Melnberg Commercial Clubg House and Grounds: Hiking Club. JEANNETTE YVONNE LELI. Bustleton Pike and Jackson Street A-1 Academic Entered from VVilliam C. Jacobs Sunnie Activities: Girl Reserves, Trensurerg Latin Club: House and Groundsg Mathematies Club. CLAYTON F. LENTZ 3532 Englewood Street A3 Iudustrizxl Entered from Harding Junior High Ulayt Activitic.s.' Ye Monksg Engineering Clubg Organ Clubg House and Grounds. Forty-.seven fb ff r ffgffff 'sis ew fum gon 5' e' 93f!'iEf'f:-'-:'""'-g13:5:111:f:1:1:1:gi " '-fjffif . " Q Yfggi:?:i"f-'gigigfizg132325151531:-:af-'-'-:-2313: 'Q F ,jo ..j.j.j.:.j.j lr . ' I ' -,-. v - . ' '- . I-if-f'1'Q-ff - i f "f1311.3,l "'- , V .KF ' 'ii ' iz , :-1 -: s wffsirs. . 5 gefwgk. 4 , Q-. . -4-- ..'- .g. 21 .z :fi-3.1: ,. 5 ,. --- ,.,. - -- jx ,. 2 -- V- -A 4 - H '-'-' - fwfg Q? ibhgm W7 ""-si'-J"Q ,J 6-7 f S1 ff! ,If RUTH NANCY LEWIS 5130 Torresdale Avenue A4 Academic Entered from Hamilton Disston Spoofy Activities: Mathematics Clubg Latin Clubg House and Grounds. ' ADELAIDE GUYER LINDSAY 2314 East York Street A5 Commercial Entered from Kensington High A Activities: Dance Committee: High Way Representa- tive, B9 Swimming Clubg Commercial Club. E. FLORENCE LINDSLEY 5739 North Mascher Street A4 Academic Entered from Cooke Junior High Activities: Dance Committee, Ag Mathematics Club, Treasurer, C5 Vice-President, B5 Section Treasurer, F3 Sock and Busking Orchestra. JESSE EDWARDS LIVEZEY, JR. 9708 Bustleton Avenue A3 Industrial Entered from Hamilton Disston Jess Activities: Advertising Representative, B: Mathe- matics Clubg T-Square Clubg House and Grounds. Forty-eight lkxff ff'6'f""6'f N Ng..-4' 5 N 'Sv'-cfqx . , , 35255 ' ' -- "'A 44:-1-1-:-:':-1-'-'ewca- -i-i-3-:-:- 1. -4--- Y 9 1 ,I 3.g.5.g.3.1 if -1 2W"'Q4?Kii'Y-1:5:3:5:2:5:5:i f :5:z: 5fff'S39'a:??.2'2? PZQOQ.-.H . gp- -1 '- : 1-f:-:1. x 1 w " - V -- -'P' '12 ' or . . . gp,4f1:fi?e0.si4f .g:Z,9Qg,ff05ZZ """' "- " ' ' ' ' -""' ' '- , - fffL.9i:i:f,.':c+g': G. FRANK LOEVVY i 4137 Longshore Street A1 Academic a Entered from Harding Junior High i Shadow Activities: Board Member, D,' High Way Representa- tive, Eg German Clubg Bowling Clubg Mathematics Clubg Organ Clubg Orchestra: Conductors' Clubg Chess Clubg All-High School Orchestra, '28, '29. WM. F. LUECKEL, JR. 428 East Mentor Street A2 Commercial Entered from Cooke Junior High Bill Activities: Varsity Cross-Country, '26g Bugle Corps: Second Soccer Teamg Commercial Clubg House and Grounds. BEATRICE BOWMAN LUKENS Edison Avenue A5 Commercial Entered from Comly Bee Activities: Secretary-Treasurer, H, F3 A. A. Repre- sentative, Eg Commercial Club. PHILIP LUTHRAN 3680 Frankford Avenue A1 Academic Entered from Central High Activities: House and Groundsg Mathematics Clubg Chess Club. Forty-nine ufofff O B - 7.4'f,pfy1xf5 few Jef -'Q Q S010 :gy ,-2906 9.0 Hfff nw ge 9:1111 -, .' - 5- f' -- ''a-3-ge:-3-:Q-:ff-'-:-:-iet-:-:-1-1+:-1-1'1"-'-1-1-L-1-3,lf '- ', A fd ' 'Q :1:3:i:i:i:3:1:3"" I - i 1'3'71 '- ."':i33:i:i:3:3:3:' rl "Z 5 x'i3Qi1E5w"3I3i713Zi132-. ' 1" ' "':z:21a2.-' "" " ' ,3i'i3i-iii:-" "lf -QQW ide , f a ,. -t ..5:?Mm:i '1-94'Q.Q.',':'m'5E """' " " "' " " " M " '- ' " ""' -".f',j,f?5fcf,:Z JOSEPH EDWVARD MacALEER 5513 North Third Street A2 Commercial Entered from Olney l-IIUC -Activities: Board Member, F3 High lVay Representa- tive, Eg Freshman Cross-Countryg Varsity Trackg Swim- ming Clubg Commercial Clubg House and Grounds. CHARLES D. MACE 1683 Margaret Street A3 Mechanic Arts Entered from Vineland High Cholly Activities : Cross-Countryg Track. J. LINCOLN MacFARLAND -1733 East Thompson Street A1 Academic lintered from Harding Junior High B-nd Activities: Senior Morning Committeeg Circle Twelve, Vice-President, B, Treasurer, Ag B Assembly Commit- tee: High Way Representative. F5 A. A. Representative, 1419 Section President, B, C, D5 Advertising Representa- tive, Ag Football. '26, '28g Chemistry Clubg Bowling Clulig Study Hall Committee. HONVARD R. MacMORRlS 4929 Mulberry Street A3 Industrial l'lnte1'ed from Harding Junior High Mick 1 Activities: House and Groundsg Bowling Club. Fifty ,f ,po ff . , Vff JW f e Q 'sw' 'Wig EVEN 'W' WW of? 0041- I -:nu Uh' Hgf "Wifi . ...... - ..4...... - ........ .... ..... - . -. --A-- .-.,. fffiif 7 - f wifi- --'33:313:1:5:::::g:-:- y . ' ',:3:3:- .u :-"A:-:gf ff-t5:3:3:5:::3:5:-'A 'A L"-'-ij. 2 52-3,5fiQ,Xjl":515E:i3:5:3EL' . .... ..:,1 ,: .,. " .:2:f:f:Q:5:Q:EQ?gfo-QQ? rf 1,3 . :, ,:2,2:3:., 3 f I " N , . 4' A 'Q 5fa.QH .4 fr' .... . ' -- '..-I-23" iff., if .3L,,'M- ,M '-"'-- ------- -- V 4 - '- ' .f.,uf:v,f,f-ua: FLORENCE MAE MAHNKE 367 Funshawe Street A5 Cmnmerc-ial Entered from Benjamin Franklin Floss Aetivities: Sport Editor High Way, A: A. A. Repre- sentative, A: Treasurer-Secretary: Volleyball: Base- ball: House and Grounds: Literary Club: Commercial Club. ROBERT FULTON MAINE 1547 xVOllll'21til Street A3 Mechanic Arts Entered from Harding Junior High Bob Activities: Chairman, Trip Committee: Triangle Four. Treasurer: Student Board. E. D: Assistant Manager, Baseball, '28: Quartet Club: Fathers' Association Prize, Sophomore and Junior Years. RUTH EVA MALMBERG 5913 Taeony Street A5 Qilllllllll-!1'l'i2li Entered f1'om Harding Junior High Reet Avlivitiesi Track Team, '26. '27, YB: Hiking Club' Commercial Club: Leaders' Club: Sterling Silver Typei writing Award. HELEN MARGARET MARTIN 266 WVest Wellens Avenue A4 Academic Entered from Cooke Junior High Activities: Symphony Club, President: Organ Club: Biology Clubg House and Grounds: Literary Club. Fifty-one i V16 JSM! V!-'off 'ew W some sofa f 06 fin, 45-1 NE 9 is W--...J Myne! .-v -1 f 'qxlfy I gf yin gl U ,V ',1.5g.1,-3?-.A.-.-.3.3.,3.:.5.,3.3.3' -. -,i.i.3.- t Q f' 23 ' - ' A- '- f '.3,Ti33'27ii15A A "t f WQ'f:2Nw '3if:3:'1'3T:'. 'Lug' 231332-.-' -'TS ' A' ,-'ti-,.,!m:f'2 """' " ' ' " " " H ""' -' I .j,fp3:'cf,"g 'ali' I li i 1 JANE MARTIN Three Tuns, Pa. A4 Academic Entered from Fox Chase Activities: RECORD BooK Committee, Mathematics Club, Secretary, B, President. Ag Triangle Club, Secre- tary, Ag Latin Club, House and Grounds. JOSEPH J. MATULIS 509 Levick Street A1 Academic Entered from Benjamin Franklin Joe Activities: A. A. Representative, G3 Secretary-Treas- urer, F, Eg Latin Club. J. ANNA MAUDSLEY 1651 Wakeling Street A4 Academic Entered from Harding Junior High Ann Activities: Dance Committee g Vice-President, Sock and Buskin C3 Clef Ciubg Senior Twelveg Fathers' Associa- tion Prize, C. MARY ELIZABETH MAYER 222 East Rockland Street A4 Academic Entered from Cooke Junior High Mare mggtivities: Girl Reservesg House and Groundsg Organ Fifty-two iff f llobxf 4 g',J'f,f',,'f,f 7' 3'f I -.g,1.3.5 ''".-1-ljljjlj.-'ffiljljfjiiEjijijiiijizfi-I-'-'-'-I'fjf:E'- " ' 42 ?4Qitg'Q2QK525'1fEfE5S5E525E5E:' 1551 " -A r .51 , -' . Q, -, :, " H 1 .'A' ,xy .Z ,,, ',f, 7-' '-" W ' ' " ff? 'wit GEORGE B. MCCLELLAN, JR. 1532 VVon1rath Street A1 Academic Entered from Harding Junior High Tid Activities: Treasurer, Socllitas Romanag Chess-and Checker Clubg Chemistry Clubg Study Hall Committee. JOHN B. MCCLINTOCK 1341 Dyre Street A1 Academic Entered from Harding Junior High Benny Activities: Chess Clubg Fencing Clubg Chemistry Clubg Organ Clubg Engineering Clubg Bowling Club. ISABELLA ANNA MQDERMOTT 4745 North Mascher Street A4 Academic Entered from Feltonville Is Activities: Girl Reserves, Vice-Presidentg Poetry Club, Treasurerg House and Groundsg Hiking Club: Girl Re- servesg Bird Clubg Biology Club. MARION S. McGHEE 830 Levick Street A5 Commercial Entered from Benjamin Franklin Activities: Hiking Club: Commercial Clubg Cubs: House and Grounds. Fifty-three gfffdfvdfd 5 Que' ew 1619 20:44 nw few fgagggv N15---" Wigs .Y---.i..1 gffteiw ' -- '4-1+2'Q-1-i-1-'-'-'-:A3'Z-1-1-2-1-3-i-1-i-Z-i-'-'ei-2-:Ai-17 7 -I 142 .1 'i-'if ' - 1513:-:if-1133:-"' '. - i lift' N 'A f "" ' f":513:3f51i:3:i" I ' "3 f fe ' ff, -3: .. -- '- , . A -. 1. ., -3 Q - If! :Q .., gg, 4 3 if i.3.3.Q.,. D 4' --H, .A -- L r:, .5 -,- rggqzzn: ,, ,. H--- .,..A '- I,l.3,5,3, ,.1.if. 59.1. "" I M ' ' ' '- ' ' 4f?'Ui'1D,'1Cff1f5 f!f 'O RICHARD L. MCGOUGH 8037 Fairview Avenue A1 Academic Entered from Benjamin Crispin Dick Activities: A Dance Committee: Student Board Execu- tive Committee, G5 Swimming Club: Chemistry Clubg Engineering Clubg Bowling Club. MARION CARSON MCLORIE 5230 Pnlerhorp Street A5 Commercial Entered from Cooke Junior High .llac Activities: f'onnnercial Club: House and Grounds: Hiking Club. JA M E S Il. Mc-M0 RD I E 4619 Benner Street A3 Industrial Entered from Ilarding Junior High Irish Activities: Engineering Clubg House and Grounds. HELEN GRACE MEEIIAM 4522! McKinley Street A4 Academic Entered from Harding Junior High Helen. Activities: Biology Club, President, B, A: Section Secretary and Treasurer, Eg Swimming Club: Girl Reserves: Hiking Cluhg House and Grounds. Fifty-four f7i77f?"Zf7i?5l ........... - ......... - ........ , . . f Wd? J' if i:3:f:1:3:3:i:5:3'5' Y' gfifij ' dv W Q 2j?5'2efNl9' '-f:3:E:5:51f:5.. UN wlzff - we , f ga 'N N S'-v ""' -:Q,,pov,m,fa ""A" -- " ' ' ' "" ' f 1 G. CLAYTON MELLING 4927 Duffield Street A1 Academic Entered from Harding Junior High Clayt Activities: Swimming Team, B. D, Captaing Swimming Club, A, C, E, President, Sock and Buskin, A, B, C3 Treasurerg "VVhole Town's Talking," "Take My Advice"g Societas Latina, A, B, Secretaryg Student Board: A. A. Representative, A, B. D9 High Ufay Representative. C: Debating Teamg High Way Staff, E to Ag Special Fea- ture Eciitor, Deniagoguesg Senior Quartet, Distinguished. A, B, . H. ALBERT MELLING Bustleton Avenue A3 Mechanic Arts Entered from VVatson Comly Al Actirities: Basketball Manager, Ag Orchestrag House and Grounds: Swimming Teanig Bugle Cm-ps, Dance Committee, B5 Circle Twelveg T-Square Clubg Swim- ming Clubg Engineering Clubg Clef Club. MARJORIE ETHEL MENAIR 4520 Magee Street A4 Academic Entered from Disston lllavrj Activities: Mathematics Club. High Way Representa- tive, Bg Societas Latina, Secretary, C, B, President Ag Section President, G. FRANKLIN MEYER 4304 Cloud Street A3 Mechanic Arts Entered from Harding Junior High Frank Activities: Secretary, Triangle Four, Ag High Way Representative, F, C5 Chemistry Club, B. Fifty-five Vffqf' m . , ' H4 'a-:-,-:':-:1:':-'- '-'- 1lf-:-:-:-:-:-:-1-:-:-:-:-t-'-t':-:-:':Sifniwfmgf t?iQ'?'-'i L., 'F" 1"2-fp: - feng, X---"' 7 1 1 ff ' " '- .f'Z,4Q5Zc1,'. WILLIAM C. MICHEL 5757 North Sixth Street A1 Academic Entered from James Russell Lowell Bill EDWIN MOFFSES 3329 Frankford Avenue A1 Academic Entered from Jones Junior lligh Ed Activities: Art Editor, RECORD BooKg House and Groundsg Art Club. M. JANE MOORE 1128 Fillmore Street A4 Academic Entered from Harding Junior High Jane Activities: Senior Class Vice-Presidentg Executive Committee, Ag Board Executive Committee, B3 Senior Twelve, Presidentg Section Treasurer, F5 Section Presi- dent, Eg Board Member, B5 Hockey, '27, Manager. '28g Mathematics Club: House and Grounds Chairman, Flower Committee, B5 Birthday Fund, E, D, C, Chair- man, B. JOSEPH MORAN, JR. 2318 East Clearfield Street A1 Academic Entered from Frances E. Willard Joe Activities: A. A. Representative, D, C. Bg A. A. Council, B3 Assistant Football Manager, '27g Manager Baseball, '28g Cheer Leaderg Circle Twelve: House and Grounds. Fifty-sim r',f,,? ff ' Q C Q QJJ, f Q45 Q 'v U Q 55005 'WG' ' Wig weve, of--' NE W - 'N---""' M Q" " ' f ' -- "" o-:-:-:-1-:4-1-'-'-'ri-1-if-i-5-i-1-1'i-:-t-:w'-'+:-t-:- ,if 7f'5f7':fff yi Zff ' :f:f:f:fff:f1I:f'4" 5 .'f'.f 3 '. '. I' ' 'I.':f1f:f:f:: ' 1 ' :JL Q ff'5'0O"f5' "'51i:3:3:3:f:'. 1 A ' " -' '-m11:1.-- 'rs ' fel 2:1-2212" "4'6,4'G0'c X' 'cf . ., I ', an '. 2. .:e.e1f:.. 3 t .3 . A sf' 'J '- - . . -- -- :- 1 '::-:Z-1- .' 1 . A-, .. - ... .- 5' A , f . ' . - ' ..' - ::. .5 '.' :.,g.f.:: 1 ,. -H .... -V 4, H- J N ,, me " p"',4u,,, ,gf , ' ' ' ' ' ' ' -- ' ' ' A " ' ' ' i'.f,'36f:i-514014 MARGARET MORGENTHALER 1132 East Cottman Street A4 Academic Entered from Stetson Junior High Madge Activities: Chemistry Clubg Symphony Club. ELLA R. MORSE 4916 North Second Street A4 Academic Entered from Cooke Junior High Activities: Senior Class Secretary: Manager, Leaders' Clubg Section President, F3 Secretary-Treasurer, E. B3 Latin Clubg Swimming Clubg House and Groundsg Senior Twelve. WILLIAM BOONE MULLEN 4729 Ramona Avenue A1 Academic Entered from Harding Junior High Bill Activities: Swimming Clubg Orchestrag House and Groundsg Clef Clubg Organ Clubg Engineering Club. GERDA EMMA LOUISE MULLER 5804 Jackson Street A4 Academic Entered from Tilden Junior High Garda b Acgiuities: German Club, Secretary, D, C, Board Mem- er, . F ifly-se-vm il,Q4'!41 ?'AfAfv'f1f 'ww om Sbiix ww- f 1 ' mum N ---.-M 7 -. --...,f" me ,ff91'ffff'!'5 qi 'if-'ff' Xu' V".-' "fav: , A , I , H A , , .....,........ , ................,.. .',.q"ip'f 25 A -"'-' :5:5:3:3:g1,:5:g:2:1, 1 -gfgfgpr " ., '1:"'jI:I?f:"' If-11g:g1g:g1g1g1g:f-i''-3''-'-'--425,19 gy 97006Z2smll"i:f:Q:QZQ:f:Q1. ' -- --, , 1 ,.- ---- " ,:Q:f1Q1Q:Qif:?"xQl2f7.'0GJ6i ,WQI ...,... ---- , - . . . . . .... . .... ., l H ....., !,.Jspx,,d RUTH EMMA MVLLHR 5441 North S1-vuml Strent A5 Commercial 1':lltPl'l'fI fl-mn Cooke Junior Iligh Patsy .lf-f'i1'it'iz'.s:: GPl'Illill1 Ululn, High lVr1y Relxresentative. Sf-v1'ota1'yg Board M4-mlwr, C5 Commercial Clubg House :lurl G1'm111dsg Bird Club. VIOLET I.0l'ISl41 MVNSON 4222 Ilnrtel Sfre-vt A4 A1'2lllt'II1iC I':lll'01'Cl1 from II1l1'fllllg Junior Iligll Vi .-lf:tiz'i1ies.' l'lmtugr:11ml1y Clllllllllfllwg Clue-n1ist1'y Clubg Ilouse and Gruumls. Itl'Tll Ii. NASH 4627 I1l'illi'9f0Il Av:-11110 A3 f'0llllllL?1'Ci3l Entered from Ilamiltou Ilisstml Ifllfllilf Actirities: Senior Twvlveg Cumlm-1'c'i:11 Flulmg Bird Club. l IRICNIC Q. NIUE -H50 Paul Stn-Qt A-1 AI'2ld1-'111iC l':lltl'l'P1l from llnrrling Junior High Rvue 1 .lf'tirifies: IlI:1n:lg4-1'. Tc-unix, C3 I.Paulv1's' Club. D, Ag Nu-li Zlllfl Ruskin. Fifty-eigh t ,,, pfffwf bmi. we 'om gore-N, few V" 'r wif 4751 .................... .- ....... .... ..... ' . . -'--' j.j.j.:.:.: :.j,:.'.',j.:.j.:.j -J ' Etllfi' "'. "'3:5:3:i:3:T:fZ3:5'f'. , ' ':i:7:3' -, if fyig 5:3f1:5:::1 ,-. , "gf, 4 39-051Q5Qjf'-zggfgfgigigfll 21 Z.. . ... I W .... ' 43:3 jzjggg:-' xQfg,a'ocZrQ? fam? N - 5- -P A .. 'T55:?i'1?w 12 67,1292 moi " " 't' fe ' """""" ""' """" " 4- """ Hffasncflrccfm F RA Nl ' I S PALMIC H 2002 Margaret Street A3 Meclmnic Arts Entered from ll:11'di11g Jllllllll' Iligh Franvc Avtiritie.s.' A. A. lid-'1Jl'PS9lltIlflV9, F: Cheer L9ilill'l', F. D3 Fentllei-weight Boxing Clulmpionship, Eg Seeonrl Team Baseball. lflg Boxing and VV1'estli11g, U. Ag Uirvle Twelve. FHA N K NV. PARAI DOVVS K I 31-1-1 Ifli'lllll0Illl Street 'Al A1'2lfl9llll1' I'I11te1'ed from James Martin Perfessor .41"fi1-ities: Soloist in .Xssenvblyg Iill'0SlllTlilll Sorrel' Te:1m. DOROTHY PATTON T19 East Tiogra Street A5 Cnlllliiewizxl Entererl from Kensington High Dot Ar'fiz'i1ies.' l'o111me1'c:iz1l Club: House and Grolluds. ROI5l'lll'l' W. PERRY 16-15 East Ilunting Pau-lc Avenue A3 Mechanic Arts Entered from Ilarcling Junior lligh l'e1'ryxr'opf' Ar'ti1'itiex.' RECORD BO0K Committee, High TVay Repro- seutzltive F. Ag Triangle Ll0lll'Q Stamp Uluhg Cllemistry Club. Fifty-11 in? of V+ f + pmfffsffw are 'sw 'pu AB goings a fa' ivff KIA' -',.-4.....-.-.A--.- . lnulhlll AAIA D A A .......................A......, ,"' ' . Z ' ' " ' ::::'::.f:j:j:Q:i.:. ' p -'fill ' ' ' 'Q'-"f:f:fjf" 'B1f-flfjfjfjijfjflff-f-'-' ' ' V7 V-0d'isNlf'ff513:5:3f5:2:. A - ' . - ' .:2!5535?55'ff '- .ea -Q-2 image - fhfsi t H iaesa 2 L-' Sw, .2 -" ' ' - " ' " - - - ""' -' .fzfzmeiicm M6 '05 ff ELVIRA LOUISE PIERSON 3823 North Gratz Street A4 Academic Entered from School of Observation and Practice Lou Activities: Trip Committeeg Mathematics Club, Secre- tary, Cg Section Secretary, Eg Organ Clubg Art Club. IDA MAE PRITCHARD 6555 Torresdale Avenue A5 Commercial Entered from Hamilton Disston Chick Activities: High Way Representative, H. G, F, E, C: Student Board Member, Dg Commercial Clubg Hiking Club. HARRY L. PYLE 3120 Reach Street A3 Mechanic Arts Entered from Stetson Junior High Cold Cash Actitvities: Engineering Club: Chemistry Clubg House and Grounds. ROBERT B. B. RANDALL 4575 Ditman Street A2 Commercial Entered from Harding Junior High Bob 1 Activities: Section Advertising 'Representative Ag ' Member, High Way Business Staff, D, C, Assistant Advertising Manager, B, Advertising Manager, Ag Com- mercial Clubg Distinguished, B3 Underwood Typing Award, B3 Royal Typing Award, A. Sixty ,f Q4.ff O 8 ' . V Z'J'.d'-.n.'? me -'W 'UQ Shvx 'Q A JW W V 06'?hNll"5if1?Ifffif12-. :' :' 'we1a1 '.f . ' Pi? iiliiiii' 9 "f'f,"'39?' fioeiifl - f -2.2 5 i , is Hwy Vw, 1562 "'A'.A -- M I . I V- ' " ' " W ' ' ."2,,f.QLffffr 11,6 fm M fzf' , LOIS REDDIN 9415 Bustleton Avenue A4 Academic Entered from William C. Jacobs Activities: RECORD BOOK Commitreeg Secretary, Liter- ary Club: High Way Representative. G, F, D, C, B, Ag Senior Twelveg Mathematics Clubg Hiking Clubg Latin Clubg Symphony Clubg Organ Clubg House and Grounds: High lVay Staff Reporter, C, D3 Make-up Editor. B. Copy Editor, Ag Sophomore Academic Prize, Eg Dis- tinguished, G, E, B. ALBERTA MAY REEVE 5539 North Third Street A4 Academic Entered from James Russell Lowell Bert Activities: Senior Class Executive Committee: High Way Representative, H, E3 House and Grounds: Swim- ming Clubg Stehle Memorial Prize. G. GEORGE VVARR REILLY S018 Cottage Street A1 Academic Entered from Benjamin Crispin Pat EVELYN MIRIAM RIBBLE 6420 Tulip Street A4 Academic Entered from Hamilton Disston Activities: Hiking Clubg House and Grounds: Literary Club: Societas Latina: Biology Club. Siarty-one l 1 . .........-...4.,........,.. ...'.-....... .4 . '6.:.:.:.:.i.:::.'.':.:.1.:.:.:.:,:.:i:.:.:.t.:.'.'.:,:.::::: 23822gitkffligesegsgszizeii-"' 1'if2ffff:rfQ2ae?f?2'2z ' ' T' -' I' 4: " 2 .. ,-'ififl-1333' .. -, .- ' " -qc tenet f f- J, Aziwofwif-Q ....... --- . . . 1 . -. - . ....- . . .. - . , . l I. . ,A I ' .,.,. ., Hlyzgqfpxyfx BERNARD RIUIIMAN 4014 East Roosevelt Boulevard A2 Commercial Entered from McIntyre Barney Activities: A. A. Representative, Ag Commercial Clubg Ilouse and Grounds, ISADORE L. RISEN 174 West Olney Avenue A1 Academic Entered from James Russell Lowell iz Activities: RECORD B0oK Committee 5 Section Presi- dent, E, D3 Board Member, F. C, B3 High Way Repre- sentative, Ag Assistant Manager Football. '27g Soccer Manager, '28g Vigilance Committeeg Latin Clubg Dis- tinguished, II, C. GERALDINE ROBINSON 301 VVest IVellens Avenue A4 Academic Entered from Cooke Junior Iligh Gerry .icti1:ities: Seniii Morning flommitteeg Mathematics Clubg Sodalitas Romana: Hiking Clubg Poetry Clubg llouse and Grounds. PEARL VIRGINIA ROBINSON 4536 Richmond Street A4 Academic Entered from Harding Junior High A ctirities: Fommenccment Committee-3 Student Board, I U5 Latin Club: Chemistry Club, Hiking Clubg Mathe- ' matics Clubg Poetry Club. V Smity-two we fm- fum 20:0-N. nf- f 2 f- ,ff Q 5"","" "' 7.11751 . -- ....... ' ........ .... ..,.. - - ..' -' . 1' 'f' U1 ' " ' " ' F' '-:+I . - 1 57 P ' A I H Q A ' - 7' 4' ff: -. - . . .... ., . H .on X 2'j'0Q,f1" . . kv 1 :. 1 2 H-5 J' f +L, GQ- zf , ' gi .us .'::2a1:1: -5 ' ., - 5352+ lb' , -' H ,." , 1... z- -. . . '::::"-' .- .' N 'v. . .h -4" A H .. i Kviclxfwzjfcolfl Mp, , , ff, 'swf fgqg da., 4 NE V53 -nt!-v"'i 'mmf KATHRYN I. ROGERS 4751 North Mnscher Street A5 Connnercial Entered from Cooke Junior High Kay Activities: RECORD BOOK Committeeg Financial Secre- tary, Student Board: Section President, C, D5 Student Board, B, Ag Hiking Clubg Commercial Clubg House and Grounds. VVALTER JOSEPII ROTHENBACII 4534 North Front Street A3 Industrial Entered from Clementon, N. J. Snitz Activities: Bowling Clubg House and Groundsg T- Square Club. JAMES E. ROWVAN 3352 "E" Street Entered f1'o1n Catholic High Jim Activities: Varsity Cross-Countryg House and Grounds: Mathematics Club. A1 Academic MILDRED RUBEN 4505 Frankford Avenue A5 Connnercinl Entered from Harding Junior High 1 lllil Activities: Commercial Club. i Sia,-fy-three Ugliif' +ve' fum 20:0-N. we T'ifff'i"'i5' f N-'15,-ff' 1,35 iffy. fm f 'fff9.Qf!9' "' N5 1 xy 5'3" W'-C-fJ'. ...- ..,............, - ,..,..,, ..., .h.A . , - - .' 4, 6 "'f:f:f1f:f:f:Q:f:i'3'. - ' 'ziifif' -, 3."'i'3:"' ',"':fiI:I:I:f:fiI:f"'"A 4 ,- . f in - if ei Vp, M I, 2. . . . H . . . .. 4 H ..,.,. !,Hi,Z,,,' ISADORE SADE L 4334 Frankford Avenue A3 Mechanic Arts Entered from Harding Junior High Issy Uliltittivitiesf Fencing Clubg Chemistry Club: Stamp FRANCES IRENE SAGRANSKY 4831 "C" Street A4 Academic Entered from Cooke Junior High Fran Activities: Hiking Clubg House and Groundsg Mathe- matics Clubg Literary Club. ROSE SCIIACHTER 104 East Roosevelt Boulevard A4 Academic . Entered from Olney ' Activities: Hiking Clubg Baseball Team, '28g House 1 and Groundsg Swimming Club. 1 JOHN THOMAS SCHAEFFER ' 2940 McKinley Street A3 Mechanic Arts Entered from Harding Junior High . Schaef Activities: Section President, F, E, D3 Stamp Clubg Cliemistry Club. l Sixty-four I yo f O - ?"9'4"ff" f ' 'ale are --umm 30.6-s, :few VCI 'Lf'1f?Z ...............,.... A ........ .... ..... V - .. ff'-f .- ' I YQ 7 '".3:3:5:f13:3:f:323'5'. - 'iiifti -, 1' fffii' n "". 3:':f:f7f:Q:f:T' ' '. 3' " ' ,- Qu. 'J- v m ' 'Sw' .,,,fff,.M """ --- " ' ' ' "" ' " " - f '- H ' - .f1f::3'If-fa:-fffz.. ,lf ff Kr' RU TH DOROTHEA SCH ANZ 5617 North Second Street A5 Commercial Entered from James Russell Lowell Babe Activities: Board Member, Eg German Clubg Com- mercial Clubg House and Grounds. HERBERT JOHN SCIIERRER 5303 Oxford Avenue A1 Academic Entered from Jones Junior Iligh V Herb Actilfities: House and Groundsg Chemistry Clubg Ger- man Club. FRANK DAVID SCHILLING 175 East Roosevelt Boulevard A2 Academic Entered from Cooke Junior High Frantz Activities: Commencement Committeeg High Way Representative, D, F5 Treasurer, C5 Swimming Team. Manager, '2Sg Thirteen Club. RA E SCHVVARTZ 4013 "M" Street A5 Commercial Entered from Kensington High Rae Ella Activities: Commercial Clubg Swimming Clubg House and Grounds. l l Sixty-five ,A... M ....,.,.,.... - ......., , H., ..... A HJ., ,,.-. A 5-'fast '5':3t3:3:313:i:1:5:-:- i A jzggz- 3 ij'-1-:gf 4'-" :gg513:g3g3:- 5' f"-'-:ly -4: i t ' Fff5fZ3E1E5g:x2:?gf?fg2? 10,-' .fn 125:18 , " " - " '- " " ."254f:','icf,L. GRACE HARRIET SELLERS 5924 North Ninth Street A5 Academic Entered from Julia Ward Howe Activities: Hiking Club: Chairman of House and Groundsg Art Clubg Volleyball, '27, '28, Manager, '28p Basketball, '29, KOS J. SEMONSKI 4532 Bermuda Street A2 Commercial Entered from Harding Junior High Simmons Activities: RECORD BooK Committeeg Publicity Man- ager, Pioneer and High Way, B, A3 Commercial Club. MARGARET SHECK 2030 East Ontario Street A5 Academic Entered from John H. Webster Margie Activities: Literary Club. HARVEY R. SHUTE 125 West Olney Avenue A3 Mechanic Arts Entered from James Russell Lowell Harve Activities: Board Member, F5 Triangle Fourg House and Grounds. Sivty-sfkv 7 of df 'Sm' -'WM M0 'W' 49060 ' '.'.'.'.j.:.:.f.f.:.:.j.j.: , 'Ijl:l:l'l'l' ' ' -.j.j.:.j " 'Cfqjfjf'-'"jl:',f:ff:fjfi fjfjf "I-'-'E-I-fifjl Zybgjxtlplf , 'ff' l I'I'f'I'f'f'f'I" ' ' . - ' -'-If Av '- ,' " I, -ibflijfj QI' Q' ' Q V1 . !?a06'Qxxl1'-:-:-:-:-:-:A.7 21 A ' -wa1:1a1.f r ' -:-re. it 59, .,1, I .' ' " ,., '.. gg tg 5, ,, , " ,S .Q h - ' ' A 1. ,jJ O . ' . . ..... ' ' , QE, ,I -. I. - jgf,-3.151 ' :'- , ,'.', .. ' ' ' .... ' " fl - A., , 'I lf' ia, int 5.'.'.4.'-' n " " i 'I I 'Q A ' ' N ' ' F ' 'I A l' ' ' 4"Ah e '.'i'2.:1f'ff'?f1 me N..-f-fN 1IfUNE '18 7 '--N---""N me ,f I '9,,j,,Zff ul-H .Q-.r 4r, 4 VERONICA VIOLA SIATKOVVSKI 4506 Salmon Street A5 Academic Entered from Longfellow Vemie Activities: High VVay Representative, G5 Sodalitas Romanag Girl Reserves. CHARLES GREGG SINGER 4661 Leiper Street A1 Academic Entered from Harding Junior High Activities: RECORD BooK Cornmitteeg Student Board President, Ag President Latin Club, Cg Vice-President, B, Board Member, E, D, C, A, Treasurer, B5 Cross- Country. D, Letterg Latin Clubg Study Hall Committee, D, C, B, Ag Organ Clubg Music Club. HAROLD ARTHUR SITTIG 5608 Baltimore Avenue A1 Academic Entered from Shaw Junior High Art Activities: Der Deutsche Verein, Treasurer 5 A. A. Representative: Latin Clubg Organ Club, Sodalitas Romanag Poetry Olubg Philatelic Society. ALEXSANDER SLIWINSKI 1659 East Hunting Park Avenue A1 Academic Entered from Lansdale High Sim-ty-seven ,mp 741 6 - f f mag WW 'W' -"UIQ EAU ww' ,-'IWW 557' 5357 5,1 ,,,...........,..... - ..,..... .... ..... - . . '--- .-.'. . A7 A 5 g":3:3:3:3:g-11:3:-:- i ' 3155- .Y -'-'- Ijffilifzliif-"' fi Vq00f"fxml1"3:5:l:?:ii?ii. - . . V .tif f 'X " :3:3f1iii:3:Fxllj,-"o-F365 ff . Av, , .w - -. - , . . . - A.' .,4-. t ,. . .f. .- .5 ' I .714 fllflvi '- ' Y' ' ' ' ."r.v':'719,'1'flrl'f 911 K if MARTIN M. SOCKETT 845 Granite Street A1 Academic Entered from Central High Mart Activities: Sock and Busking House and Grounds: Eiiggieering Clubg Chess and Checker Clubg Astronomi- ca ub. JAMES JOSEPH SOLON, JR 3314 North Ella Street A2 Commercial Entered from Stetson Junior High Hogan Activities: Senior Trip Cornmitteeg Secretary, Com- mercial Clubg A. A. Representative, Ap Board Mem- beirg Varsity Soccer, '28g House and Groundsg Thirteen C ub. LILLIAN ELEANOR SPARKS 5422 North Front Street A5 Academic Entered from Olney Eleanor Activities: Section President, H, E3 Board Member, F9 Secretary-Treasurer, D, C, B3 Hiking Clubg Mathe- matics Clubg House and Grounds. YVILLIAM F. STAIER 2-141 East Dauphin Street A2 Commercial Entered from Alexander Adaire Willie Fair Activities: A Play Committeeg Pioneer Representa- tive, G5 A. A. Representative, B3 Commercial Clubg House and Grounds. I Sim-ty-eight Vff'f'ff , , 7 9 'f' ' 'ew we nm 50:6-X, M. 4 Q ,fivffi Q Hg-' ,HQ-' "161fJj . , .,.... - ...... .v., ..... - ' .. "'-- ,ffm ' """ g3gEg1gE3:5:f:5g:':4 , ' tifzf- -, 15 j'f'1:f' 9, "" gEgEQEgEg2gE,ZgE3Q.y: 9,20 9'c0O'EfS4 "'3:i:?:?:3:3:1. .' ' . ...F vflzitlpizif-. "YW, ' ,Q .,.-, , . , If ,i 3 3 .I ,.:.g-P., X N . . . . . . .. . h, 1, cw' ef Az.. """ ' -- " ' ' ' ' " -' 'J RICI IARD XV. STANKIEVVICZ 4716 Milnor Street , A1 Acfadvmiff Entered from Henry VV. Longfellow Dick Actirities: Bowling' Club. BENEDICTA STEFANOWICZ 2625 Bridge Street A5 Commercial Entered from Harding Junior High Benny Activities: Section President, Fg Commercial Clubg Hiking Club. SAMUEL J. STEIN 5033 "C" Street A1 Aendelnic Entered from Cooke Junior Iligh O 'B ricn Actiifities: German Clubg House and Groundsg Phil- atelic Society. VVALTER L. STEIN 4414 Rhawn Street A1 Academic Entered from Camden Junior High Steiny Activities: Study Hall Comrnitteeg House and Groundsg Philatelic Society. Sixty-nine If 4' ff f' 'SY 1' Qi 1 L ' 'yi M06 S 1 0 , J f:-gym emu., ,3xQf,5?!j2, W '2 w""-an-Jfqs f'fw"'ff.-"1 .. .... .. 'J 1' 3, '. f q:i11.3.f.-.Q-5-.-.-.:.5.3.3.3.3.:.3.3.3 -.5.3.i.5' M - ng 4 f.s'W:-t-1A:'t:-11:-" ' , . i '- . I-1'f'I.'I-If if 0 'i ,Q . - , J Bears . H .. -. .e ' ' Xl-.01 I? . -- , ' ' ' A ' .' v,l9f'if'f'.f'If.'5 If ff ff ff' CHARLES G. F. STEINBACH 4418 Deveraux Street A2 Commercial Entered from Harding Junior High Steiney Clfligitivities: Organ Club, Eg Commercial Club: Bowling DOROTHY STREICHER 6117 Tulip Street A5 Commercial Entered from Harding Junior High Dot Activities: High Way Representative, D: A. A. Rep- resentative, C3 Commercial Club. KATHRYN JANE STROTZ 1688 Harrison Street A5 Academic Entered from Harding Junior High Activities: Swimming Clubg Tennis Club, Chemistry Club. ARNO SUDEIK 3635 Frankford Avenue A1 Academic Entered from Jones Junior High Fog H urn Activities: Senior Class Treasurer, Executive Com- mittee, Chairman Finance Committee, Secretary-Treas- urer, B3 Varsity Baseball, '28, '29g Varsity Soccer, '28g Second Team Football, '26, '27, Second Basketball, E emzitics Club, German Club. 4 1 s l 4 Seventy '27' Second Baseball. '27g Member B Play Castg Math- Oils J f Q-, - fu U wiv' 015 'ff If ju-'H .F If ' ' r' 'f-1 Fifi! "?f"'3i1- --,-- V ---- -- -"3-1,1-1-1-:-1-'-'-'A3:1133-'gig 3:31522-1-Z -'-' -I-I-?gl3l , ""' Z 'nf-1:1-I-f'I-Z'I-'-'. . , in-if -, I :ig-if -r-11: ' 3,15 ' v' 'f9,Qjf'-2-:vi-3-:ez-5 ' ' . . ' 1-i :-i-i , V-M,"30 W' . A . b- - : aries. x - '1' -A l" . -. '. . ' -2- ., .-,+L-1, ,, ,f ok I . . - Ei ,-- iff , . '.,..fg..,.1.. . .fn . , . ., . .l H -4 r e -- .,f'fl.:f,i,,L,f,, 1 ," .fp 13-lx . ' LETA DeWARR SULLIVAN 4915 Hawthorne Street A5 ACad0I11iC Entered from Harding Junior High Lee Activities: Board Member, D9 Hockey, D, Bg Triilllgle Club, Literary Club: THELMA IDA SWENSON 4719 Horrocks Street A5 Academic Entered from Harding Junior High Thel Activities: Senior Morning Cornniitteeg A. A. Repre- sentative, F, B5 Girls' Track, '27, '28g Basketball, '29g Leaders' Club. EDWARD FRANCIS SYREVVICZ 2733 Orthodox Street A3 Mechanic Arts Entered from Harding Junior High Ed Activities: Vice-President, Triangle Four 3 Treasurer, Engineering Clubg Varsity Soccer, '26, '27, '28g Track, '27, '28, '29, Wl'6St1iDgQ House and Groundsg Study Hall Committee. FRANCES TAKIFF 169 East Roosevelt Boulevard A5 Commercial Entered from Kensington High Frau ' Activities: Commercial Club, Hiking Clubg House and Grounds. i N 4 Y 5 Seventy-one ff? f" 0 4 gflrffffz wjfw 44014 v ,v ' M f WNW, f flzfybff . 1 7,7-df Jf'0.f W4-62 Wa' Ili 5050 'Wa' -9 W KQQQQ Ne-5-H' fm ' 7 ""-s--.-14' dE?"Q ."' " 'V'-1155 ........,..,........ ........ , .., ..... - ,. -- -.',- .- f ff' 24" ' ' "'N "':g:3:-1:1-1-1-:-3-:-Q i ' 'jifjlr ., ---'-1-i-:-:-1-33:-:f-'4, 'CQ ffgfzgiifymlltifiliffliiiifl 7 . ., . .,.,1. .- . . " :i:i:itig7:i:i-'xllgfomdfz ff? -Q -,, g f 5 - - g . .'.' - ai 4, - 1:-:1.-.W rf ..afi,,.rJ. f- . issuer? .. .fi-1 -- .9--f-:7f,,,, if 4.7 ,',,AljJ ---'Ei fr I - A 1 - ' nr VII, pf'-Killa CASIM ER C. TARKA 2743 Ash Street A2 Commercial Entered from Harding Junior High Turks Activities : Commercial Club. MILDRED EVELYN TEBBS 1661 Orthodox Street A5 Academic Entered from Harding Junior High Activities: Swimming Club, House and Grounds, C, Ag Chemistry Clubg Swimming Award. ROSALIND MARIE THERREL-L 2248 Kennedy Street A5 Commercial Entered from Harding Junior High Burl Activities: Trip Committeeg Commercial Club, German Clubg Senior Twelve, Bird Club. YVILBERT TILL Aubrey Avenue and Tulip Street A3 Mechanic Arts Entered from Torresdale lVill Activities: Senior Morning Committeeg Board Mem- ber, Eg Section President, H, G, D, C3 Cross-Country: Triangle Fourg Student Quartetg Freshman Baseball Nurnerals. 1 x l Sercnty-tu'o M , Q yyrffgf mf 54-6 'atv MQ 20I'lr+-, War 'WW ,gag N-'2,N...-w 19 7 '--H ---4' Silk .,. I 10.0 'Z' 'ff ,,.,., ,.,,,.. ,,,,,, ,, ,..,.,,. ..,,... ........,,... , , -iff 1.4 4 9597" - -1-1-1-:-2-I-1-1-'-1 - -ffl: '- H . 1-if-I4f'f'I-I Iv- f2 7?gQ55?5xll"f:1:f:3:3:i:31 ' -. - -- -- ---,-.1:1:,.- ' if:-GLTQIQLAQ 11 , 74':i'?'-14.-.'." -' 3" 1 --I ' ff!:?r1? -1- t , "" - 'if'-It'50-I-win-',,.-Z: fr-1 .Ili jxh ' ' an A , , .ffilp f..!, ESTI-IER FRANCES TONGE 6941 Torresdale Avenue A5 Commercial Entered from Harding Junior Iligh Activities: Secretary-Treasurer, Fg Art Club. YVI LLIAM RICHARD TONGUE 957 Harrison Street A2 ACadQ111i0 Entered from Cooke Junior High Bill Activities: Board Member, F3 Sock and Buskin, Vice- President, Eg Treasurer, Societas Latina, C, President. B5 President, Clef Clubg Band. Ag Plays: "The Sponge," "Land of Heart's Desire," "The Thrice Promised Land 5" Fathers' Association Academic Prize, C5 United States History Prize, C. FREDERICK VV. TOOTH ILL 4739 Penn Street A3 Mechanic Arts Entered from Harding Junior High Toot Activities: A. A. Representative, Eg Triangle Fourg Orchestra. MARY ANNE UHRIK 6601 Tulip Street A5 Commercial Entered from Hamilton Disston Lucy Acti1,"ities.' High Way Representative, D, C3 Com- mercial Club: B, Ag House and Grounds. Seventy-th1'ee ,ww t Ffa JM 2225? . fm" fe ei N ----' '+ f 4 .t " ' " - 4- ""' -".f'5j'f-Jzwfzi "1 'Af' Q" FJHU WILLIAM J. ULIRCUIS, JR. 6424 Lawndale Avenue A3 Industrial Entered from Thomas May Peirce Lariat Activities: A. A. Representative, G, E: Secretary- Treasurer, C3 Board Member, F, D, B7 Varsity Foot- ball, '28g Varsity Busketballg Freshman Baseball, Basket- ball, Footoallg Circle Twelve g House and Grounds. DOROTHY C. VERNON 626 Elkins Avenue A5 Academic Entered from St. Mary Academy Dot Activities: Art Club, Treasurer, B5 Latin Clubg Girl Reservesg House and Grounds. JOSEPHINE JANET WALLACE 5842 North Fifth Street A5 Commercial Entered from James Russell Lowell Activities: Clef Clubg Vice-President, A, Secretary, B, Board Member, B5 German Club, Vice-President, A, High Way Representative, Bg Bird Club, President, C3 Mathematics Clubg Section President, F, D, Secretary- Treasurer, G, High. Way Representative Eg House and Groundsg Swimmingg Orchestra, F to A. SOL YVALLACE 4932 Ella Street A1 Academic Entered from Cooke Junior High Sallie Activities: A. A. Representative, Fg Manager Cross- Country, '28, Second Team Baseball, '27g Assistant Man- ager, Basketball, '283 House and Grounds, Sodalitas Romanag Stamp Club. Setenfu four 1 E'2'Zv"2tZ'?Q ,.... ......,,.,.... ' ......., . . - . '4.:.:.:.:.1.:.:.',' '.:.:,11.j,:,::.j.:.l.:. I "jj-'-' ' ' If ' ' f:f:f1f1i:f:f:f:f'f" y . ' .V .' ' --1.1 ' :gf 4-1 10' '. ' If K6ly"3:ig?:3:T:3:i1 S 71 " 23'3'-Z3'QI5Z3"w412?0f?fQ 190 -,-1.5, H -- f Q K, -r 5 1. x f - " 3"- -, -, Q9 ' 5 gf ,N i:Zi:ii""4' A' - -' jj' 1' 5? ff. '- ' :fsfi':11?. , A A 1" "" e -'f'3'3.7 lfipgsif 231111, 'Q.Q 5.--" 0X HE -1 'A .Cp--..f-"Q JSQWQ ,Q ffm """""""' MARY JANE YVATERMAN 5103 Griscom Street A5 Commercial Entered from Harding Junior High ,lla-ry Activities: Executive Committee, Ag Section Secre- tary-Treasurer, F, B: Board Member, C. Dg Senior Twelveg Commercial Club. GRACE EVLYN XVATERS 1738 Foulkrod Street A4 Academic Entered from Harding Junior High Activities: Section Secretary-Treasurer, Dg Swim- ming Clubg Hiking Club. CYNTHIA VIRGINIA XVILKINSON 111 East WVe1lens Avenue A5 Academic Entered from Olney C i nd ers Activities: A Play Cnmmilteeg Hiking Club, Treasurer B, Ag A. A. Representative, E. D, Ag Section President, B5 Second Basketball, '26g Varsity Basketball Team, '27, '283 Track Team, '27, '28, '29g Volleyball Team., '27, '28g Hiking Clubgg Mathematics Clubg House and Groundsg Leaders' Clubg Numerals, Sweater, and Letters. MERLE D. YVILLIAMS Bustleton Avenue A3 Mechanic Arts Entered from VVi1liam C. Jacobs 011 Activities: T-Square Club. Vice-President, Ag Secre- tary-Treasurer, Il, Eg Bll'9Slllll21I'l Baseball. x I Servn fy-fre if f 7' Af , 'swf -sf' fum 20:6-N, W. KAW 92f'i1'fj ,,.,t4..,4,.,.. .,4, , I - U 7 .,,,.. . ...........,.. .......,.. . 5" ' 1 Q ' ' ' ' th' ' ' :.f.:.j,:.:.j.j.:.j. ' "f:fjI:' " I 'j"'-f:f1I'f" ' ' I'f'f:fjfjI1f:f:f:fff"""" :fa-06,gsQ.1-:5:3:5:::3:1:3' ' , , ' ,- .-141-1-Q-I'1-I-.wffw ' , .,z: . 2:4-1-rw - -- I ,' 2.' ': . . -A 'Tf'3"'i -WA A ' 4 "N"4?PQ'5 WOW 7- f 7 H ,. Qrblmzrie PM 02' V " ' ' ' ' " ' ' ' - " '- ""' " ',f'Lj,frZ:'cf,:3i 19 'V '13 Hgff LUCILLE E. YVILLS 1161 Bridge Street A5 Academic ' Entered from Julia VVarde Howe Lucille Activities: Mathematics Clubg Hiking Club, Societas Latina: Numerals. YVALLACIC XVILSON. JR. 4712 Leiper Street A1 Academic Entered from Harding Junior High Wal Activities: Photography Committeeg Debating Team, '27, '28, Captain, '2Ug Varsity Tennis, '48, '29g Chess Club: Latin Clubg Demagoguesg Engineering Club. ZELLA FLORENCE VVINTERS 5007 Frankford Avenue A5 Academic ' ldntered from Harding Junior High Activities: Matheniatics Club, Vice-President. AI Sec- tion Secretary-Treasurer, Cg Sock and Buskin, C, B, A3 "The Whole Town's Talking." ANN VIRGINIA VVOODROYV 1206 Howarth Street A5 C0mID61'Cif11 Entered from Stetson Junior High Activities: Bonrd Member. G, F: Section President, E. D3 Commercial Club, Board Member, B3 House and Grounds. Seventy-sizv of f ow , If 4' ff emi ew -:nm me we few 60955 A A Q 0030, 53"-'X '-'-'- 1-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-: 'l:1:3:1'l'-" '-2-21:-' 'A" "" ' i'3'3f?:i:3:I' "'5' :?:T':T:3:?:5:33:f:7i7'7"'H'3'7:1:3 'W ff 5f'xlf51f2fQfffQffffff"' . ...- -A iE5E5E555E35f: ' --ff? -. f ,0f9'7ff5 ff" f FRANCES ESTH ER NVYNKOOP 220 East Eleanor Street A5 Avurleinic Entered from Cooke Junior High Es Activities: Organ Cllubg House and Grounds. E. GRACE YOUNG 4709 Howell Street A5 Commercial Entered from Harding Junior High Grace Activities: RECORD BOOK Committeeg Literary Club, Board Member, Ag A. A. liepresentntive. ll, U5 Adver- tising Representative, A3 Literary Clubg Commercial Clubg Swimming Club. ADELAIDE V. ZE LAZOXVSKI 2335 Orthodox Street A5 Commercial Entered from Harding Junior High Addy ,4m'i1'iYiCs.' Swimming Club: Hiking Clubg Commercial Club. S even t y-seven lin Memoriam LOIS H. COFFEE July 10. 1911 April 5, 1929 STUDENT BOARD STUDY HALL COMMITTEE Seventy-eighf G Utititttltlfl Commencement UNE 20, 1929, the biggest event of the school year for the Seniors took place-our Commencement. Over two hundred and fifty anxious Seniors, a well-decorated stage, and an audience mainly composed of proud fathers and mothers are the big features in this evening's exercises. The girls, holding bouquets of pink roses and blue corn flowers, were becomingly dressed in white. These, with the dark, well- groomed suits of the boys, gave the occasion a characteristic dignity. Senior Day UE to the co-operation of Mildred Cramer and her Senior Day Commit- tee, we were able to have a successful Senior Afternoon, an innovation. In the assembly the Seniors marched in to the strains of music sup- plied by our well-conducted orchestra. VVe then had the usual 'Bible selection, which was read by Ella ltlorse and then we sang a hymn which was led by our treasurer, Arno Sudeik. The transfer of the Cap and Gown, and then the Girls' Quartette were both interesting and enjoyable. The gifts to the school were presented by Jane Moore and received by her father, Mr. Moore. the Acting Principal. The boys, quartctte, followed by a. recitation by Florence Lindsley, were two features that made the assembly more complete. The school song was sung by the Seniors, after which we marched out, going to the gym where we had our Senior Party. The biggest delight of the party was dancing to a carefully selected orchestra over a well-polished floor in the big gym. The orchestra, which con- sisted of six pieces, was the best talent in "A" and "B," The party showed very small possibility of becoming monotonous, since such a variety of entertainment was offered. If you never saw Al Melling, Harry Pyle, and George McClellan strum their ukuleles, you had a pleasant surprise awaiting you. We were favored by two rather prominent entertain- ers from our midst, Dorris Zeller, who is seen now and then on the stages of our biggest theatres, favored up with a dance, and Ethel Grimm, who is heard from time to time on the radio, showed us how to sing several popular songs. Serenty-nine fn' f ffffffff face are fum aan-N. af- few' gagoaf, N----' JUNE 19 -H 'H-s--1 gba, vw' 'qfcfagn H I, , . , ,,,A ..,,,...,..........,...........,,. . :ff f .9 Q4 ' ' ' ' i:::f:f:i:f1fji:f'f'. O 5 ' 'lizfjl 4 II' "f'1j"' ""fj1lf:IjI:f:f:f:'5Q. A' f-0-'4,Xjf'-t-1-:-1-1.1-:A af., ,, M , . . Fa, -A ,'-Q5f m . , f J, .. .. . zczutf ' ' M -. if -5 ' r ' at f ' H ,--A - f - AQV- Y2 ,H Af, ,M ....... -0 .. . . .. ...... .. .. .. ,,,. ,. H ....,. .p M5Z,f,,, The W may UNE 10 arrived, bringing with it the morning that the SA" play, "Meri- dew,s Right Hand,', was to be presented. Our able stage technicians had arranged the scenery so well that Frankford hardly knew herself. The actors, nervous as they were, made last-minute arrangements of make-up and snatched at difficult lines. Eddie Keyser stepped boldly out and announced the list of characters to the audience, "Mrs Meridew-Mabel Buck- ley, Mr. Meridew-Bill Crouse, Son-Martin Sockett, Jane-Virginia Hum- phreysf' To retell the plot is unnecessary and a waste of time, for it is firmly im- bedded in the minds of all who saw the play, as an outstanding presentation. Even the cast conceitedly knew that they had made a hit. The "A" Dinner Dance " 'OVV this collar cuts P' Such comments as this the mirror heard on the evening of May 23. This was the night of the never-to-be-forgotten "A" Dinner Dance, the last social event for the Seniors as a class. Following the first struggle with suits, dickeys and ties, we embarked for the Preferred 0ne's domicile. After much impatient waiting, she appeared, at last, resplendent in the most beautiful of dressesg thereupon, we sallied forth for the Brookline Square Club. Here We could already hear Charlie Kerr's snappy orchestra whooping it up. The chef knew our appetites and had a wonderful dinner prepared for us. After the repast, we again followed the-terpsichore's lead. Those who chose, bowled down in the basement. The zero hour came all too soon, and we left regretfully, hoping for another such reunion in the near future. West Point Trip GN A certain rare day in June, we Seniors were up bright and early in order not to miss the train which would start us on our trip to VVest Point. YVC did not see much of New York, as Captain Jenks was waiting for us to board his boat, "The Sea Gate." VVe promenaded the deck and gazed at the scenery along the Hudson. VVe were all anxious to see the cadets fespecially the girlsj. At last we arrived. After walking about the campus, inspecting the buildings, barracks, and the beautiful chapel, we were informed it was time to leave, so at 4.30 in the afternoon we bid VVest Point good-bye and came "Chucking" down the Hudson. At eleven o'clock we finally reached Philadelphia-tired and happy. It was all over, and the end of a perfect day. Eiyhfy lnfaney In the beginning, our beginning happened to be in those pre-Sesqui-Cen- tennial days of 1925, we were Freshmen. IVC thought that it perhaps would be of much value and encouragement to the present Freshman class to know that We. the Seniors, once held the same places that they now so comfortably fill. In those days we were just as apprehensive as any bunch of kids out of the grades, for we had heard grim tales of barbarous Seniors and upperclassnien. And as for a teacher-well, guess. But here we are, and it's the end and not the beginning that counts. Our class is fortunate, for most of the facts that are here recorded have been gleaned from the Frankford HIGH YVAY which came into being September, 1925, the same term as our class. Our school organ was also contracted for in the same term that some of us made our entrance. So, you see, our class was formed at an important. time in the schoolts history. Eisenstein, a name familiar to all boxing and wrestling enthusiasts, was well-known enough to call the attention of the HIGH VVAY to his doings even in H. He also received, along with Till and Ulricuis, his Freshman numerals. It is also recorded that the girls of H7 won the Freshman volleyball prize. VVell, when these things happened they occupied the center of the stage, but now they only provoke a blush and a foolish grin. It must be kept in mind that the majority of the present class were still in junior high school, making the most of their seniority. Their brother classmates, however, were here at Frankford suffering the tortures which are imposed on all Freshmen, even in these enlightened times. But wait-the worst is yet to come Cmeaning the junior high bunchj. In G we had absorbed more of the school atmosphere, and we had become hardened to the name "Freshman," at first so bitte1'. Indeed we now used it to show our superiority over the new group. VVe were indignant for most of the teachers absolutely failed to take into consideration the fact that we had risen fro111 the lowly rank of H,s. They bossed usg they nagged us, and rubbed salt into our wounded feelings by calling us children, although now we admit that is what we really we1'e. lVIary Neebe won the Etymology prize this term. Kottcamp was light- weight champion, and Fuhner was middleweight champion, having won their laurels in the Boxing and lvrestling tournament. Somehow individuals man- aged to keep very quiet in their second term at Frankford. On the other hand, the school was doing numerous things. The organ was installed, Frankford won the Interscholastic Debating Cup. 6'Captain lfiylz fy-one W0 f ' fl-fvjf-6'd"! Nam! '45-" :JUNE 9 7 "---M""f 0 -V17 fffi Aff' fx: ":'wf'w: .,.,. .......A........ . . .. Y. ------- . ..--... f 2' gas?--s-wwg1:.:1:.:.:1:.:1:-:-, ' 'E1Ef:2' we '-i"f:1:2ff"' 1+1121213:2:5:2:5:1-wavzr-2:55' 4 2 zfgeeis frieiazisi-. ' Q-X, my -' . A 1 'ii-I-:iff DANCE COMMITTEE Applejackv was produced, and the first issue of the Spavzkfonl Cryway ap- peared. At junior high school most of us were parading around and preparing for a little tragedy entitled, uHow Hard the Proud Do Fall," to be produced at F. H. S. in the F term. Childhood Ivell, well, here we were the much-heralded Jr. H. S. crowd knocking at the doors of F. H. S. Gaping, staring, bewildered kids, we were ushered into the auditorium, assigned to our various sections, then we were warned that a doom similar to the "Sword of Damoclesn hung over our heads, and the minute we broke an implied rule-fthere were no rules until you broke onej. Individual achievements in F were not so plentiful, however, we see that Virginia Humphreys wrote a poem all about football and dashing fullback fellows. Alberta Reeve received the Stehle Memorial Prize. The Sock and Buskin gave three one-act plays in this term: "Rosalind," "Finders Keepers," and '4The Spongef' In the F term our ideas about high school were set right. VVe learned that we had to work to get anywhere, and that the students of Frankford High School had to live up to a high standard set by those who had gone on before. Eighty-two ,iff f 70' f ,WW 'M' 'Uk MUN., W' ff N gg eg N--f MINE 1929 -s4"f'Wee gi 2' wwf: ,,.., . ........ A . ..... .... - ., .... .,... . .- W .1 6 l ' ' ' ' ' f:f:i:f:f:f:f:l:f'f', i ' 'Ziff' ? il' '-f'Ijf" "-'-IjZif:fjI:fljI"5 .L Q' VW Z-odeAlf'-1:2:5:2:5:2:5L. - . -- J Q- -' .1E1E1E121E1r3"N'4Wvf"0fI'!Z . i i e i s . , ' if ll, Aoi, il I . . . - -- - . ,- - . , . -. r p., , -...:.gg- .. ,..., -. -. . I - w H , - 4 - l . A Hd,:i,Q5,',cl,:Z COMMENCEMENT COMMITTEE lVe were still only children. It is amazing to see with what contempt we now look on the same tricks and pranks when performed by the present lowerclassmen. Perhaps it's because we're getting old, for old people condemn the things that they once did. "Upperclassmen at lastlt' This is probably what most of us were think- ing when We were promoted into E. It was a wonderful feeling, and we made the most of it. When we went to assembly, we sat down as far front as our conscience and the Seniors would permit us, and when Mr. Snook would appeal to the upper group to support or defend some principle or custom, we took it on ourselves to give it our personal attention. So much so, in some eases, as to warrant the intervention of some higher authority. Virginia Humphreys and Irene Nice were admitted as members into the Sock and Buskin. Jane lNIoore was made a member of the Birthday Fund Committee. William Tongue demonstrated his ability by taking part in the dramatic production, "Land of Heart's Desire." Adolescence VVe were now in D. At this stage in our high school development, we probably thought ourselves more important than we do now, if that's possi- ble. It was at this time that most of us got what is commonly known as "club- Eiyhfy-the-ec JZW' f r -4'ff?'f"'? S K Yh ' 0 yyby ,4 45 -ga Lagos, N---f .xmas mes --.J 15.5, f' ' new . .. .......... ...... ....... . . . f , 9 A ,V . .4 . . . . .... . f 4 I P't'A 4 -I-I'I'Z-I-D141-'4'. . A :-:-:- Y . 'HAZ-:-1-I-:Az-2-5' I Zgoijs j-j:zggg2g5g:z1. -' ,:5:2gsg5gag3g3bZ2f'-ggi ,gf , ,, , 12323:-:-.-.'." :" ' 'V 3 jj' 1. g.g.. fQ.1,3:3:3.,z ,. xl, Q4 . f JJ . ' ' "U" - , .1 .-.1 . 1 TRIP COMMITTEE itisf' a disease affecting our social standing to an amazing degree. Heretofore, school had been a matter of "coming and goingng now an "after school" com- plex set in. To those of you who read this history and do not understand why it is that most of us get really clubby in D, we shall explain the phenom- enon, In H and G we are not interestedg in F and E the clubs do not want us. However, in D we are all set to go. VVilliam Dietrich was elected captain of the football team, and on the girls' side, Cynthia Ivilkinson distinguished herself in athletics. The Sock and Buskin gave that delightful comedy, "Seventeen," with Anna lVIaudsley as the ltlother. As we told you at the beginning, most of the facts were gleaned from the HILQH VVAY files: we saw among the sectional notices that Clayton Nfelling and Frank Schilling read historical essays Cwe put this in because we thought it was one of the outstanding accomplishments of our classj. Let us pause a moment and consider just how important the last year and a half were that we spent at Frankford. At the close of the D term, we probably thought that we had learned a great deal, and possibly a few of us wondered how much more we could be taught in the coming three terms. However, had we been turned out of school at this stage in our lives, how incom- lu'iy1l11y-four 1 71 f 'Wei -ew 'umm Sana-s. W- 5,031 fm Qx X'--"' 9 v "-A--""5 QUE fS",',3' ',gf'.g?j .... 'H Hd. ....,. ,..,. .,.... ...... . , ,fy ,mcg 7 V -:-:-:-' "- .4 .1 -3- - :-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-" - ' . - i -'-:At '- '- . ze:-3-:-14: :-:- "1 ' 3 9 0 gc0Q:Q5x.g3:3:3:f:?:l. ' ' .iI:Ii1iIiIif fgCQ?i-2 . f '. .y .. - - L U l ": 3. -5 5. 135.35153 .4 . , .K .. ' - - 1. fl 5,5 47 . 0 f f . :' af.-..f I :.'s.2':2zf Z. H -A-- ..4:-::-2?-' H ':9L-Qfiqfzdfffn --- - - - fffmafwzvfziz PHOTOGRAPHY COMMITTEE plete our education would have been. VVe need only consider the friendships that have been forged in this latter part of our schooling. VVe entered our C term in much the same manner that we had begun the rest+by getting promoted. The next requirement was that we establish our- selves by securing passing grades. That we did both the above fundamentals is shown by our being in A. The C term gave to us that prestige which inevitably comes to the high Junior. Lowerclassmen fawned on usg Seniors tolerated us more eivilly, and we expanded under the treatment. Nineteen clubs of F. H. S. had the first all-club dance, and we see by the HIGH VVAY that it was a success. Yvallace VVils0n, Russell Cook, and Clay- ton ltlelling talked ltlr. Phillips into putting them on the Debating Team. Eleanor Baumgartner also secured a position on the girls, Debating Team. Anna Maudsley was elected to the Vice-Presidency of the Sock and Buskin. VVe must limit ourselves to these few star performers. The masterpiece of the C term was the poem that we were required to write for English. A good many of us having been warned of the approaching doom, let our hair grow to a poetic length. Odes, sonnets, and couplets we1'e dis- cussed in the study hall, library, and lunch room. In many cases the poems High ty-fire WWI!! 7',tf4fl'.ffff"? 'ew' af' M gui' HW- ff Q' "' i"11'3 ....- ................ ..... - - .. . .. -. ------- . ----- - -'.' ?' ' 91'q'4"A,rg":3:5:3:3:5:3t3:3:-:-Q "i ' 'f:Q:1:- ':f"'T:5:Q'7"' if'IfEljIEIfffIfIfI?'i"'4lA' Iwi. 4 fP-0qg2sNlV'-xgggzgzgzgzg, -... . -' g3:gp5131g:3gV7g'!'acao3 " VL.-. -- 31' -5 :- -2s:z:25:1 . - . 5 fx 'ff , . .T s .. .W , e yava I JJ J . "" ' ' ' ' ' . .nufff ,VIH awe sf-'N-f mm: was --.fag 1 ff,-'J dff' X 1 i .M "Bn PLAY CAST turned out to be "Alphas and Omegasf' the first and last. Loving grandchil- idren may some day be sung to sleep with the monotonous repetition of the 'twelve-line rimes which were composed for English teachers at Frankford High School. Maturity 13,5 and Seniors! Fate had been kind and had assisted in our elevation. To help us display our superiority, we received our class ringsg something must be secured from a four-year course in higher education. James A. Kirkpatrick was elected Editor-in-Chief of the HIGH VVAY, and Bill Dietrich headed the Athletic Association with Virginia Humphreys as Vice- President. Jane Moore took charge of the Birthday Fund, a job which she had handled capably for several terms. Establishing a precedent, ou1' class elected a good many of its oflicers in B. Mrs. Markley, the girls' adviser, was also elected. The A and B Dance was held at Sears, Roebuck and Co., November 16. Last, but not least, our class gave a farce in assembly entitled, "Elixir of Moonshinef' The lighting effects in this play were truly marvelous. Short stories were the main topics of discussion in this term. The movies were Zealously patronized until a suitable idea or plot was absorbed. How- ever, most of the plots were arrived at by the grand process of 'tilluminationv fburning the midnight oilj. Eighty-si.: ,f ,ur-'fwff pre?-65 'sh' 4-'erm me .... , ia rwl' '2f'15?:. . . . .4 . . --4.22.j.j.j.j.:.'.'.'.'.j.f.:.:.:.'.:.:.j.:.'.:.'.'.j.f.:. .: Y I .' f, A EQ:'W:23Z3ZgZ:I:1:ZgZ-'-'. '-:Q , i :fI:If Y ,' ' :jE1fIEfEfIE2EI fA,9 4 'ff' - -- - - '-' J: C .::.11f:- , , '. '-" . '. .-' '- ff ..... " . ' 22' ,I -, ii . S I, N I pg! 1 .4 FA! Af, .01 . .... ---- . . , . .... -. - .... . .,,.-.. -- .- .. I - I. . .U - H .... .-Yr, ,Q llgxyni 195094 N-"-5--" MINE 1925 '--ff" Roe SENIOR AFTERNOON COMMITTEE At last the goal was ours! VVe had reached that ecstatic state of senior- ity, we had not suffered in vain. Secure of our credits, our next thought was of our class officers. Excited voting led to the following elections: Edward Keyser, Presidentg Jane Moore, Vice-President, Arno Sudeik, Treasurerg and Ella Morse, Secretary. Mr. Lynford J. VVilliams was elected adviser by the boys. The Senior Class Committees were next appointed and to head them we have: lklildred Cramer, Clara Krimse, Virginia Humphreys, Hillier Art- man, James A. Kirkpatrick and Robert Maine. The first social event of the season was our A and B Dance at Sears, Roebuck 8z Co. on April 5. Everyone had a good time clue to the kindness of Miss Burns, the hard work of the dance committee, and the lively music of Jack Dichter,s Orchestra. April 26 we planted a linden trecg John McClintock delivered the oration and Ella Morse recited the poem. But the great affair was the A Dinner Dance, held May 23 at the Brook- line Square Club. The bowling alleys and pool tables furnished amusement for those who couldn't "shuffle dem dawgsf' A number of the dance com- mittee studied the phases of the moon with varying success. Eighty-seven My f ,vfffwf felef 'sw -'umm 20.0-N egg? Q' Vw' Qstcgw , . . . . , . . , .......... ,...... ..................... ,A ' Jr' 'Af' Q ' I t.:.'.'-' ' '-'.'.',:.:.:.i.:.:.:.z.:.: '.:.:.:.'.'.' 'O ' ' '.' ' '- ' ' ' '.'.'.:.'. ' A Q . . I . .V .A , .- .f :.:.:,t,:.j.' X '. ff vf'-0g125Kjf'-1-2-Z-2-:fic N ' " . . -' -if-:Q-3-i-:-' ' .ff . 4 7, ,ga , I -- rj '11"5 "" 1" 1 -V V "" 1.2-if:-L . -. ff'-'7'Q:f ,.L',Ao1, ,fl .,.,... i----Vi , . R . ..,. ..A. ,. .. .AY.,. ., I H ..... ..,f,mwwM 19.0 JW? Aff' N 1 1 1- "A" PLAY CAST June 6 saw us on our way up the Hudson. We left Frankford at eight o'clock, and arrived at New York about ten, where we took the "Sea Gatei' with Captain Jenks in command. One o'clock saw us at our destination- West Point. At 4.15 the boat left, the whistle blew, and we departed for home. The A play, "lNIeridew's Right Hand,', was presented June 10, in a spe- cial upper-class assembly. "Some actors," one of the audience was heard to remark. Departing from a time-honored custom, our class held Senior morning in the afternoon. The seventh period was the time chosen by the committee. A very entertaining program was worked out by the aforementioned body. Reports happened along on June 14, just to make us happy-they suc- ceeded. A good many things were done on this memorable day: the Senior graduation class rehearsal for commencement, and those eligible took college entrance exams. VVe said before that it's the end and not the beginning that countsg here we are at the end so it's this that counts. VVe received our diplomas June 20, 1929. MARGIE KER11. CAMERON ANDREWS. High fy-eight T IS the first day of April, Nineteen Hundred and Thirty-Nine, the day of a wonderful triumph in science. For many years men had been talking of the fourth dimension ftimej, and of the impossibility of designing a machine to travel through it. But, on that memorable date, Professor Loot' Lirpa took the first journey ever made in a time machine. It was early in the morning that the professor had stepped into his unusual conveyance, turned the dials to a point ten years back, and was off. I had just affixed the date of April first, Nineteen Hundred and Twenty- Nine to a lengthy composition for English when I was startled by hearing a dull thud behind me, and I turned to see a large, black cylinder, standing at the rear of my study. Just then a small door at one side opened, and a small, gray-haired man stepped out. A quick glance around the room acquainted him with his surroundings. and he came over and held out l1is hand to me. "Not a bad landing, eh?" he asked. I looked aghast, being too surprised to reply. He walked over and fingered my composition as if preparing something to say, when suddenly he brightened up with, i'IVelll if that wouldn't--listen, I was a student in Frankford High School myself! Yes, sirf I graduated- let me see-'way back in Nineteen Hundred Fourteen, just fifteen years ago P' "Fifteen," I choked. "That,s rightf' he corrected, '6This is Twenty-Nine, and not Thirty'-Nine. You see I have invented a machine which travels through time, in the fourth dimensionf' "But where did you get the idea P" I asked. "At Frankford P, he enthused. "Do you remember what we used to do in assembly when we were asked to sing number twenty-four, for instance. and it was missing?" "Surel V70 sang number twelve twice," I answered, "but how--" 4'That's just itl I have made a machine that can travel through two sec- ond dimensions at once," he explained. 4'Oh," and just then I had an idea. Ivhy not let him take up my ten years so I could see how the members of the Class of '29 were faring? "Agreed,,, he cried, and so we started. The trip through time was an uneventful one and I soon found myself in the most mystifying laboratory. He led me past rows ofxflasks, vials, bot- tles, and intricate machinery until we finally reached the street which was Eighty-nine ufff XF-'54'W0 'swf aw fum S040-N. as ' aaa. N--f e ww we as-af f'i"7 55743 .................... - .'.-. . . . .... ..... - 1 ----- it I " "'3:3:5:3:i:3:3:3:3'3'. ' f ' ':3:7:3 Y :?fQ:f:f:f: 3 5-. V "'f!, 'Qi Jr' 'ff - . "'fjf1fjIjfjfjfL N f' ' I' , . .. ..,- .. .2 .i 'i III Q 1-Z-IC-" ' 'A r'0'a7Z. x--. .,-'i-2-1-ii.1' 1. fi . If ,I 11 11. . ,.- gf. !jf,f,3' . -ig - - W f .' ' -7- . , ...-,.. -.::,:::-:zz "-. I . I "" H .. .:.-.'. iA,..xf5ff, nfl crowded with people with various types of vehicles. The professor led me to a man who was bending over a new engine, and he was just about to in- troduce me, when I exclaimed that this didn't have to be done, for this person was none other than the famous Arno Sudeik, operator of the professor's airport. After Arno consented to take us on this trip, we stored our lunches in the form of pills and capsules, in a compartment and were off. VVe hadn't gone very far when I was distinctly shocked by noting a large truck speeding past inscribed, "Norrett Downeym-Safe Blowing," but the professor informed me of a new element, stronger than steel, that was blown like glass for making safes. We flew over the Delaware where Marian Evans and Josephine England were practicing for the next Olympics. We flew so low that we nearly knocked Eleanor Baxter from the mooring mast of a ship where she had climbed to look for her plane. Seeing a crowd before a great window we discovered a sign-"H. Sittig-Exhibition VVhoozis Vanishing Creme and Invisible Hairnetsf' A backward glimpse showed us Till and Randall crossing the river at terrific speed on hydraulic bicycles. At a street corner we saw Margaret Sheck directing traffic and noticed her greeting to Ruth Mahnberg, racing driver for the Chevrolet Motor Cor- poration. In a nearby plane were Emma Henzel and Marie Eisenhart, who preferred their home in the air to a costlier one on the ground. But what a crowd of children, all so clean and bright! Who is the woman trying to control one young imp? Ruth Gebelein indeed. She is head of an orphanage trying to find good homes for her charges, even though she hates to part with a single one. Turning a bend, we overheard an informal debate. Reporters Meyer and Shute were industriously taking notes as R. Maine continued, "Pursuing the dissertation discursively we may advise its indispensabilityf, To which Henderson replied, "Correct! There really is no Santa Claus." Both had become important figures in the financial world. Just before us rose a bril- liant sig'n, "Palmer - Matulis - Buchanan - VVrestling Taught - Lions Trained." We stopped to hear Gertrude Clarke, Ruth lifliiller, and Rose Schachter lecture on Social Problems, then glided to another group where I saw Beatrice Lukens, Clara D'Andrea, lVIildred Ruben and Margaret Morgenthaler waiting for admission to the concert hall where a benefit was being given for a school owned by Misses Dorothy Farber, Mildred Curlis, and Dorothy Patton. Among the speakers, was a returned missionary from Africa, Mildred Cramer, who was introduced by Florence Mahnke, the secretary of the 'fSelect Clubf' Its members had achieved fame in many fields and its rolls contained the names of Veronica Siatkowski, business woman, Mary Hazard, a mathematics wiz- ard, Ruth Lewis, secretary, Ella Morse, the novelist, Jane Martin, the his- torian, and Grace Waters, a nurse. Dorothy Hamilton, llabel Buckley, and Naomi Byrnes spoke on modern poetry and art. These three had just been chosen to paint portraits of a famous French family. In the audience were Marion McGhee and Emily Billman, each owners of fashionable millinery and gown shoppes, respectively, where each exhibited her own fine handiwork. 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After the performance Nettie Balis, Adelaide Zelazowski and Margie Kerr entered a beautiful tea shop owned and operated by Ruth Horrocks and ltlary lVIayer, where they greeted the former Esther Wynkoop, Ruth Nash, Irma Brown, and Mae Balin. Next we visited the exclusive Koon's Theatre, where Bacher, Badrow, and Mace played in the orchestra, with Janet YVallace and Frank Loewy as con- ductors. Netta Fraser was guest pianist. Two men, Hood and Grothehen, fond of singing in the old days at Frankford, supplied one featureg Anna Maudsley sang, and VV. Wilson gave a lively sketch of "The Pitfalls of Dentis- try? ' At another huge movie, Kaczorowski and Scherrer sang, "The Lost Chord," accompanied by Singer, harpist. The next number, "SliWinski's Serenadersf' was composed of Kink, Violin, Reilly, Cello, Batten, Flute, and llfIcClellan, Organ. McGough sang a request number for Mr. Mullen, of 303 Nillernothing Terrace, a new Bridesburg development. Should anyone desire lots in this section, see Clara Kirmse, Real Estate Dealer. The promoters are C. Melling and C. Keating. Reaching a higher altitude we heard through our pocket radios, a selec- tion by Keyser, Artman and Kirkpatrick, of the Television Corporation, Ltd. Another plane flew by from which Marion Mcliorie, Ruth Schanz and Mar- jorie Blake distributed advertisements. Here are a few: FOSTER-BORLAND SCHOOL OF THE VVILKINSON-NICE GYM TUTORING Get Rid of Stiff Joints and Mildred Entwistle-History Exgggsivg Fat Zena WiI1t01'S-EC0H0lnif'S Frances Christensen G92'df1 Miller-GQYIPHH, Grace Sellers Dorothy Streieher Violet M11nS0HTLUg,l1Sh Blanche Frieke Dorothy Lederts Edith Darreif-Dietetics Able Axssistant-S BOOKS FOR SALE Are Your Teeth In, Good Condition? If Not See Best Sellers 1929 and Current Publications DARIRAH SZ TEBBS, INC. P. 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Mary Johnson Helen Dacey Buckman Lindsey SZIIQSWOIHPD THE ANN VVOODROIV THE TRUTHFUL TRANSCRIPT THEATRE BUSTLETON,S LIVE WIRE Tonight Qnly ! Q 1 Catherine Heaton-Editor L. I' ..l -A .' t Ill't Mary Uhrik Hflml 1if1gf'1'111f1H IlgFaiiiliiifqftiibiiisoiiiiiilrt? Pldiltdii' 'leannette Leu M'1d1'eflB01'?el1 Minnie Goldstein-Society Editor Esther Tonge Ixatherlne Ixerns ylelen Aylams-C,u-toonist The Syncopated Steppers , Eleanor Baumgartner--Advertisement YVritex' In a book shop window appeared "Health and Beautyn by Henry Fulmer, "The Crimson Horses" by J. Greenwood, and "American Slang for Foreigners" by K. D. Ford, "Advances In Art,', by Edwin Moifses. While I was happily perusing the ads, the professor asked if I'd like to see the last half of the worldls championship football game. "Football-as late as this ?', "Yes, the game was delayed because the weather-control machine broke downf' VVe entered a large stadium and took our places in front of the announcer who was speaking excitedly into the microphone. "The world-famous coach, Bill Dietrich, has just put in a new backfield- MacMorris and MacFarland at the quarters, Kottcamp, half full, and Engle, full. We will soon see some snappy playing! You are now listening to the opposing team led by A. Melling, First down-there they go-fumble- wow! Number thirteen now has the ball-live-ten-fifteen-yards. Ray Brown made that gain, he was tackled by VV. Blake. Theylre off again! Touchdown! ! ! Yes! No.! Yes! it is-touchdown by Tarka!! J. Entwistle will now take the mike." As he turned away I discovered that the owner of the sotto voice was Fred Toothill. "There, what did I tell you?" said a voice. "You could be killed any minutelv "No, I don't need any more insurance, Sadellv replied the announcer determinedly. Kathryn Rogers, sporting editor of a paper, was reporting the game, while Dorothy Vernon and Edith Barandon were drawing cartoons. Lois Reddin, Mary VVaterman, and Kathryn Strotz, who had just returned from Europe were among the spectators. "What a game," muttered some one near me, whom I recognized as Solon, "Lueckel has made only four touchdowns and Vlircuis has intercepted but seven forwards, while Davis has knocked down only the goal posts P' Outside we met VVilliams in the latest model Rolls Royce, who offered to Xiricfy-fire yffzf Yflfffff 'swf -we .-um Som-s. fe I ,gpfjff in-u fl 279' , -Q-1-1-Q-.-.--.' -'-'- .- '4-:-:-:-:':-'-:-'-'-'-:-1-:-:-:-:-:iz.:-:-25'-'yi-:-:-:Az , .1 MT' :iZ3:3:3:f:3:3:3""i A. - ' 1-3135 '- '- ."':517:f:f:3:i:31' "1 F, at-oQ3sN!?fsg5:5:5:5:f:- ' 11- V f- PH A fr1:5:5:5v:yqY!4ffZ'eei ,. Af,rjL" ....... f----,w . . n . .... - -,.,A uh, ...... ., H ,flpzjrgifqfzz take us back to our plane. "Syrewicz? Yes, he is lucky: he owns a beautiful art shop. Beveridge: He and Einstein have discovered the germ that caused cancer, and an announcement of a cure is expected shortly. Good bye, sorry to leave, but I have a director's meeting at six P' Before taking off we went into a beautiful marble building containing the most valuable collection of Latin books in the world. Here were Frances Sagransky, Isabella McDermott, Violet Brumby, and Frances Takiff arrang- ing the volumes. Lucille VVi1ls and Leta Sullivan, students at the University of Somerton, were doing research work, while Kathryn Dominguez and Helen lVIartin argued heatedly over some reference to Krausz, a graduate of Hahne- mann College. Then the professor reminded us of our civic duties, saying, "You had better cast your vote for Rowan who is running against Carlile for Mayor. Bowman and Biemuller are out for the City Treasurer and Burtt, with the aid of his party, and the co-operation of his friends, hopes to become a magis- trate. Coming from the voting machines we noted a new church and were as- tounded to see that the Rev. John McClintock had become minister to so great a people. How he must have changed! From the Municipal Court came Ruth Laws who had been defending Mildred I-Iangsterfer, in her lawsuit. They were followed by Rae Schwartz, Elizabeth Hagerty, and Lillian Block, court reporters. In another great building we saw Benedicta Stefanowicz interviewing Isa- bel Alexander, prima donna. On the roof Helyn Greer, Helen Meeham and Alberta Reeve were teaching children some new games, while Virginia Hum- phreys, who had made a name for herself with the Kensington A. A., was watch- ing, interested in the progress of the younger ones. In the bank across the street, Rosalind Therrell was secretary to the Vice-President, while Frances Adams was working as comptometer operator. Climbing back into our plane we headed for the open sea. To replenish our tanks we stopped at the first anchored landing and found VV. Bault in charge, while Ebbeckc was ready to make any necessary repairs. Risen ad- vised us to take some of his tablets guaranteed to prevent air-sickness. Lentz and Gilfillan, chief electricians, were in charge of the great flood lights whose powerful beams lighted the sky. From here a radiophone was sent to Allen, a successful banker that Moran was bringing a shipment of synthetic gold and that Rothenbach, of the Secret Service, was sending McMordie to cover the shipment. Reaching Africa we headed for the interior where we found Steinbach, Hetzel, and Schaeffer photographing the big game, studying their haunts and their habits. From there we learned that Richman and Semonski were ex- ploring a recently discovered diamond field further South, while LeCompte, Black, and Calhoun were charting the upper reaches of the Congo. Turning northward over the Mediterranean we found Cameron Andrews N inet y-seven W i 0 'silk we from my W- 575059 595,95 s..4.',s...-- fA gym! 3 , c -...,,,,,,-'fs fam Www: ......... ,,,4 .,..... W . ..... , . ..... - . -ef? 73 925' Q"3:5:3:3:3:5:f:3:3'3'. , ' '13:7:3' Y "" i:i:i:3:1:?1:f-'Q. ,, 5 V "fy X.I'4:-1':-Z':':,:- x f- I , ,, ,. -, ,"-5, ' V' I-I-'ZIQI KAI ff-.. V .-,:::.:.:.'.'. I Q :-V ai S. U , 2 N . 1 .-A ff! 19 .52. .aff 1, Y----f " -- ' 'A ' ' ' ' " ' ' '- " "1ff9Q51fffL'1'CoLft- in charge of an archeological expedition, where he had nearly completed the excavation of Herculaneum, ably assisted by Dotts, Guokas, and S. Stein. At Rome we found Tongue, a student at the American College, while Pyle and Barber were here studying music. Crouse and Gough, tl1e melody boys, were enjoying the gondolas of Venice. Helen hlartin and Adelaide Esher were vacationing in Florence, while we saw Marjorie Menair in Constantinople adding to her famous collection of guns. In Benares, Drs. Livezey, Elin and Herb were engaged in a great hospital where preventive medicine and sanitation were greatly improving Hindu con- ditions. In Peking we saw Joe Hermann, Hoffman, MacAleer, Stankiewicz, Dami- ani, Bibus, Gorski, Schilling, and Sockett in a lively baseball game with the Chinese championship team. Our friends won this very interesting game, how- ever. In Hong Kong we found Gruninger and Heinz in a musical number, while Candy did a clog dance, and Paradowski and Galloway gave a vaude- ville sketch. In Osaka, we found Bateman and Cooke lecturing on Shakespeare to a most attentive audience, but the professor called by his many duties now headed homeward, but I was not conscious of time or space, for I was again among my old school friends. Prophets--E. GRACE YOUNG, Romzivr VV. PERRY. Familiar Slogans "Gifts that are sure to pleasen-E's on our reports, "Fifty-seven varietiesv-Blond, brunette, tall, short, etc. "Easy terms"-Not to be found in Frankford High School. "Children cry for it',-A good lunch during the seventh period. "Barrelled sunlightv-Our feelings after "Av class elections. "Suppose nobody cared"-Our lunch room and halls. "Suppose everybody cared"-Our Birthday Fund. "Patronage solicited"-The teachers' conferences. "The danger line"-The ropes in the gym. "Even your best friends won't tell youu-Do your own homework. "Four out of five have it',-The answer to the problem in trigonometry. "It Hoatsv--The paper on our campus. Ninety-nine A1 A2 One' hundred "!7'57ff!' f'Mf"-77 "4 59519 9 'SW' v"'U'i LUX 'V ' JW 9 Z' '- -,5 'a-1-.-:3:52325-'-'-'513:5:5:3:5:5:5:3:33-:g:-:-r-'-:-:-::.3 ff' fb-Af: f 125' ' :3:3:5:5:5:?:3:1"'7 "Q i 323:-1 '- V. -:5:3:5:3:3:3:'if'v 9 'ff . I' 00'15xu "3:3:i:?:5:f:i. 1 -"1z1a1.1.-'-' "4' 1- '- .-i-3-2-14:-:-" x.ldf"'9Q,5 fiww . O www? 7 J .aff 'fi ' "" ' ' "" - if-49-'IU 5,9 gm Mfr ,mf A3 Appreciations The RECORD BOOK Staff wishes to thank RIF. Charles F. T1'OX0ll, IMP. Charles B. lNIcCann, Mr. Yvalfcr IC. Blans- lcy, RIP. Ellwood Gcigcs, and Mr. Charles J. Kunz for their valuable assistance in com- piling this book. 0u1'I1ln:rIr1'1lmir' Zin Memoriam l l J. HARRY ASHTON Mr. J. Harry Ashton, a popular physical education instructor at Frank- ford High School for the past four years, died at his home January 13, 1929. A graduate of Camden High School and Temple Yniversity, Mr. Ashton came to us January 15, 1925, from VVilmington High School, where he coached the most successful basketball teams that institution ever turned out. While at Frankford his capabilities as basketball coach, leader, and teacher endeared him to the faculty and student body alike. One hundred two l M. awww. f, Baseball By defeating Overbrook High 8-7 in a thirteen-inning struggle marked by thrills and chills, Frankford won its first Public High league championship after ten years of patient waiting. In 1926, our baseball team, although not given the whole-hearted SLIP- port of the student body, finished in fourth place. The season of 1927 was nothing to write home about. Nevertheless, we were spared a complete whitewashing when we defeated Northeast. The spring of 1928 found our team at the other end of the league stand- ing. After beating Germantown, Central, and Overbrook twice, and splitting with Northeast, Roxborough, and 1Vest Philly, we were forced to play :L chain- pionship playoff with the Speedboys, a game which ended in a 1--1 defeat. Ont' I1 llIllfI'l'lf three WWI fn' ?"5'f"Jffv'-"'.7' 'Wig 'il ' fum uv. ,fpjg F' i A f""Q,?.......A'. . .O . . ' - '.:.'.:.:.j.:.j.-.-.-.j.j.:.1.:.j.j.j.j.j.:.:.:.j.'.j.:.:...j If ,iff '6 if ' 'fl' :11i1f:f:f:f:f:i"". '. . 5 Pfjfj' ', . ' I ' 'jf:f:I:f:f:f:i:f Qi 6 ' 'I I QCQQQS' "'3:3:3:5:3:f3l. ' ' ffifilifiilp ' 0, lf, , . . . ...4. ..... -. , - - - .... . . .j Ii 3 A P, f N-H--T T'-T daffdf nf! Football No team in the school receives such unanimous support from the student body as the one representing our gridiron grapplers. Year in and year out, our team has always been in the running for the championship. It will also be noted that we have never been overwhelmingly defeated. This is undoubt- edly due to the splendid coaching ability of Mr. Ellwood A. Geiges. In 1925, a powerful eleven, consisting of now famous collegiate stars, fin- ished the regular season in a tie for first place with our rivals from German- town. The play-off resulted in a victory and championship for the Green and Wlhite. In 1926, VVest Philadelphia downed us in an upset, 13-10, and others eliminated us from the running. The 1927 team fared a trifle worse than its predecessors and came in for fifth place. The Speedboys vanquished us in 1928 by a 13-0 score. VVe tied both Central and Southerng defeated Gerlnantown, 26-141, and downed Northeast and Overbrook, 27-6 and 6-0. The representatives of our class on the team were Maelfarland, Eisen- stein CManagerj, Ulircuis, Davis and the peerless Bill Dietrich fCaptain in '27 and '28j. One l1IlHllI'C'fIf0'1lI' ffgywff 7476"?'f"f 'swf -sf ' 'arm mom Q-'M N 4 ' ' ' ' . .................. ', ff Q' A ',3-'-'-'3:3:3:3:3:::3:3:3:3: '-13:-:-'l'l"4 -2:2325 ' "Q 'Wi'-'3:f:Q:f'3"":3: :1:3:3::::::3:::-'-'-'Q' . . 9,41 4 .-.g.1.g.g.g.g.f e , - f ' ' - ' .- .-1-5-:Az-zz.:-Q .i A 'j'Q'5d11.ff :ff-f','. . ' ' . , . 3 -::r'f::' -'- -'H' ' ' V - i ' "'A . ,. ugh' .fn Qeqgg '45-f' URHWB 1925! ---f'igyg, Soccer Although the support given to soccer is not what it should be, our team has made a very impressive record. In fact, since 1921, the Pioneer hooters have not finished below third place. lloreover, they have Won several cham- pionships. Too much credit cannot be given tol l1Ir. Harry N. Barfoot for his wonder- ful work as the coach of the renowned hooters. His presence alone is a suffi- cient stimulus to win almost any game. However, it is the remarkable coach- ing' ability of the one-time famous Frankford athlete that has influenced the record of the tri-colored soccerites. In 1925 the team dropped the championship in losing to Northeast, 2-1. The 1926 and 1927 teams didn,t lose a single game, though they did lose the championship because of extra tie-games. In 1928, with "Murph,' Poshka as captain, the team took third place because of ties to 1Vest Philly and Overbrook, along with a loss to North- east, 2-1. Our class contributed a great many to the team, namely, Solon, Sudeik, Syrewicz, Risen fManagerj, and the versatile athlete, "Hcnny', Fulmer. Om' IIIIIHIVPII fri' ,xp f 531"lwfff f 955 W 'UQ SATS W" 959 faves N----' WINE H 'N-J' M X15 5:JV'77fJf ,.., ' ......... - ...., .... - ..... - -"- 4.-. -"1?'."f7 Z ' "'2-:-:+:-:-f4:-:':- ' i 1:-is 1' f-2:-2-:ri-:vi-1-:fa ,"-'-:pf ,G W '42 . " " - 1- '. 1 X ' " 1' Z-. -. '7 'if Q - f A as - is F7 if -99,-w.'fffaf."""' -- " ' ' " ' " -- 'H ' 'A - -A "f" ' tfvioiwivfyz Basketball Frankford has never been as successful in basketball as in some other sports. In spite of a great handicap in the lack of experienced men and proper practice facilities, M. J. Harry Ashton and Mr. Ellwood A. Geigcs have developed a. team with grit and spirit, which, after all, is all that counts. Because of Mr. Ashton's sudden death, Mr. Geiges took over the coach- ing reins, and to all appearances, "he knew his stuff." In the 1925 season, the team outscored its opponents in half of every game played. In 1926, our team lost every game in the first half, but came back in the second half to defeat Southern, the champions, and also Central. This, at least, gave us company for last place. The 1927 team, handicapped by the lack of experience, crowded everyone else out of last place. Mr. Geiges organized a fast-passing quintet in the fall of '28 that downed Germantown and Central in the first half, but, made weak by injuries, were unable to win any games in the second half. The team loses by graduation Bill Dietrich, Melling fManagerj, Gorski, "Mush" Davis C26, '27 Captainj, and "Henny', Fulmer C27, '28 Captainj. One hundred sir , JF- M46 we M mu asia' 0Qf A ffff' Hx' wg-' www .,.. . . ,..,...,.,....,....,,..., ........... f fc' nif- V ' ' fjfQ'3""",'"'"":f:fiQ:f:f:fIQ:f:3:3 'fifffif "F "::"'5:1:Q'7"''ifffiftQ:f:f:ff:3"3'ff""?3:' " ' '? ?55?06j?sQlyi"3:i:3:i:?1l:iL " . ---- -- -- ' I 1i.f.7:5:3:"'vi,A??01T?p0Z ,. ....... . , , , . .. , 4, 61 ,J . Q .... -'.. . . . x Q .,,. 4, if my - Q-512250-',. """' "' " ' ' " ' ""' ' ""' " ' " ' ""'A 3".f'2j5Af55icf,Lii Track Track is one of those sports in which everyone is given an opportunity to star and compete with others regardless of any physical handicaps. The track team has been constantly gaining in ability. In 1926 we did not place in the Penn Relays, but we did give the high school league a hot time. However, it was in 1927 that we started to shine. VVe won a triangular meet from Southern and Central, and came in second in the Penn Relays. lVIr. Clarence L. Raby, aided by Mr. Martin Fetherolf, produced a still better team in 1928 that "upset the dope" when it again placed second in the Penn Relays. "Henny" Fulmer, Crouse, Schilling, and Ed Syrewicz are members of our class who have helped the team earn its fame, and will do their utmost to give the school its first championship in years. Oll6llHl1lll'Pd scrcn If fx f5ff'?f"f 'aw -ef foam me if- f at ,gg x2,N,...-Q , -...,,fr"'if .Q f O 0,7 f F!" Vw' .,,..... .. ,.... ...,. . ...... , .,.. ..h., - - .' -5. Q . ' -F -1'-:-iv:-1-:sez-3--5 g"-'-1 if :4 Q . - , - . 4 , .,f. 0 i'QQf15'w 2. 4. -. . . 2222311 ' - .55 .. -. f"a.QQ.5 7 ,s ., 9: . 5. .5 H '- -' 53.33 1555 pq Cross-Country In 1925 and 1926 our team, under the supervision of Mr. James G. Sig- man, made a fairly good showing. Such renowned athletes as Boecker, ,26 Captain, the Edgar twins, McCafi"erty, and "Henny" Fulmer helped give the team its good standing. The 1927 team fared a trifle Worse when it came in fifth place. In the fall of '28, with Yerkes as captain, our team again made a good showing. Yerkes came in first in the big race. Such stars as Singer, Mace, Fulmer, and Schilling have been contributed by our class. Mr. Russell Hargreaves has coached the squad since Mr. Sigman left. Tennis Our tennis team seems to be on the decline lately, but an effort is being made to make more of the boys interested. Therefore, our team has dropped out of the league this spring. Mr. Price B. Engle produced fine teams from 1925 to 1927. Such stars as Svenningsen, Olek, and McMullen were his products. In 1928 our team, under Mr. Yonker, made a fairly good showing. How- ever, the team took a sudden drop in the fall of 1928, and finished last. IVallace Wilson, of our class, was the star, winning 2 of the 3 matches Won. Swimming The swimming team, spring from the older Swimming Club, has not yet had time to develop to its fullest capacities. Nevertheless, Mr. Edwin McGlynn has developed seine promising per- formers, and the outlook for next fall is quite bright. In 1927, after a short training period, our team managed to defeat South- ern, and thus escaped a complete list of "goose eggsf' In 1928 this record was repeated, but a marked improvement in the team was observed. Every team had their hands full when they played us. G. Clayton Melling, '27, ,28 Captain and the outstanding performerg his cousin, another Melling, Schilling, and Hoffman are members of our class Golf Under the leadership of Mr. Howarth and Dr. Meadowcroft, our golf team has been improving every year. The 1926 and 1927 teams, although they finished quite low in the stand- ings, gave all the others a hard tussle. In 1928 the team fared a trifle better, and now, in 1929, our chances are particularly bright. The members of our class on the team were Guokas, Ford fManagerj, Korman fCaptainj, Henderson, and Kottcamp. who will be missed next year. I Om' I1 ll111lr1'vl eighf GOLF TEAM TENNIS TEAM 0110 I1 undred nine TRACK TEAM BASEBALL TEAM One hundred fen ,W , fffafw MQ 'sr' 1-'bfi EAU -W' 5 W Ragga, sf..-N-f fm ,znmz was -N-J fem 55"2'1 "2V'i?fJQ .... , . . . .... ........ - .- ....... Q .... ' 'g.:.1.:.:.:.Q.:,-.-.-.:.j.:.Z.:.j.:.:.1,j.:.f.:.'.',j.:.j.'.1Zffsf "fx: 1 -- --- -- - --A -4-- -V 'Q , -4. JJ Qjf":-:-:':f:-:-:- s 7- .. .... " 11 iiifil-I-I' Xjglfofico f""af. ' '2 1-z 2: 1 1. . Fil 1. .'ff'f- Q . . 1: If 'I ,,f,,,ii 3'5'f'3'f- A' 1. V a- V Q. W -'-'-' 3'kff:4d'1?4J1:f,g Girl's Sports HE track team has been well supported by Various members of the Class of June '29, Virginia Humphreys' career as captain and star sprinter began in her Freshman year. The following spring, Ruth Malmberg came out and joined the 'thigh jumpers." Mildred Curlis has also "run" her way through several seasons, while Dorothy Hamilton "hop-stepped" and Cynthia VVilkinson and Thelma Swenson did their best to bring up our ball-throw average. Although we have never come in first, we always manage to get placed fusually about thirdj. The one time it looked as if our labors were to be re- warded, in 1927 it was, a. perfect deluge of rain descended on everybody and spoiled everything. . LTHOUGH baseball isn't generally as popular with the girls, still, we are represented on this year's nine by four from our class. In the spring of 1927, Dot Hamilton started out one fine day with a glove in her hand, but, afraid to come any closer, she stopped out in the outfield, and has remained there ever since. The next year brought Florence Mahnke out. Floss may have hit a "two-ba.gger" and found that she liked it so well out there on sec- ond that she decided to stay there even when her team was not in bat. Another year has added Cynthia VVilkinson. "Cinders," being an ambi- tious little girl, walked straight up to the pitcher's box and started right in. Irene Nice held down the position at third base and Rose Schachter was also on the squad during the '27 and '28 seasons. Last year the team managed to regain the championship they lost, when they tied with Kensington the year before. M LL but two on this yea.r's Basketball sextet were "A's"! Virginia Humphreys, Marie Eisenhart and Mildred Curlis, on first teamg Grace Sellers, on second, Leona Foster, and Elizabeth Abel, subs, have been faithful followers of this popular sport for several years back. Thelma Swenson came out this winter for the first time, but she proved to be such a good f'jumper" that Miss Whitaker just had to put her on with the rest of the Seniors. We mustn't forget Cynthia Wilkinson, who, although she didn't play on this season's squad, served faithfully through three previous years. In both '26 and '27 the team "brought home the bacon", but in '28, the best they could do was to tie with Southern, and this year we had to be content with second place-Gratz coming out victorious. It was "tough" losing that last game with "above mentioned." It almost looked for a time, as if our "one-armed forwards" could put one over-for in Q-butl! One hunzlred eleven HOCKEY TEAM VOLLEYBALL TEAM One hundred twelve gig? il'-iff -ff! 79' 9352351 ............,....... - ..... -- ----' ,-.-. 7' ff'-fiffl ? lQ2"":"'6sYfi6'f:f:f:3:f:f:f:f:1'f'. D ' Y' ':i:3:?' 'T 'if "3'3:" ""3:f.?:itf:?:1:3'5 1T05"'5'5iW.W'f ' M9032 .. ff: g f-, ., F ...fi sailm .gi 'Sz-sviafowfi """' ff- --'- " -L 'A" " 'A"' """ ' " , -' ' "" - ftfsasffpzfcw URING the fall term of our Freshman year, the hockey team brought home a championship. For the next two years the league was disbanded, but outside games were played with Normal School and Harding Junior High. During this period, Marie Eisenhart and Josephine England were the only two from our class who dared face the terrors of the hockey stick and the hard, little object it sent sailing up and down the field. However, seeing that these two got through two fall seasons safely, several more went out in 1928. As a reward for her fine work at defending the goal, Joe England was elected captain, and she and Marie Eisenhart, Virginia Humphreys and Jane Moore were great aides in helping Frankford tie Gratz for the championship. The second team came through with a uno defeat season" with the help of Leona Foster and Dot Hamilton. HAMPIONSHIPS in '25, '27, and '28, and a tie for first place with Ken- sington in '26, has been the splendid record set by the Volleyball team during our four years here at Frankford. Being one of the most popular sports, it has been well-supported by an enthusiastic group of girls every fall. Grace Sellers has been active on the squad since her Sophomore year. She and Cynthia VVilkinson played on the first team in both '27 and ,28, and Katherine Dominguez and Florence Mahnke on the second which has also been a winning team. Rain, rain-go away! The tennis team would like to play! Q1928j. OT one game, and only very few practices marked last year's varsity tennis team's career! Although there has never been a tennis league, we have always played several matches with outside schools or with the faculty. However, not one of the games that was scheduled last spring could be played on account of the rain. lVe have been represented on this team by Marie Eisenhart and Dot Hamilton. One l111111l1'czl flIf1'fCClI SXVEATER XVINN ERS T CHEER LEADERS 01:12 I1 unflrml folzrfcfvn BASKETBALL TEAM SENIOR LETTER VVINNERS One lzunrlrerl fftefn ,p fQ"Dff,'f 6 Vlgayfxa 1' '7 .SY 99 'LAOQZ 7 me gf ZW , "" 5? 5,1 1 . ,llfififtfifflff "" ' if i 1'i:i ' -. -.'f:Q:Q:Q:f:Q:Q:f:f 'jf , 5'0'2f1. p---f4'Sf1f?1il'i' . cams High Way HE close of this term marks the fourth year of existence of the High llfay. From the first it has progressed very rapidly, beginning with a five-column, four-page paper, and advancing to its present state of a six- eolumn, four-page publication. It is now judged the hest high school weekly paper in Philadelphia. It is a lIl9IIlbC1' of the Columbia, National, Pennsylvania and Philadelphia High School Press Associations. The High lVuy itself organized the last one in 1925. In the National annual contest, Franl4ford's paper was awarded first class honors, and at the Columbia competition, it succeeded in securing thi1'd place. llr. Charles F. Troxell deserves praise for his endeavors in behalf of the paper. Besides Kirkpatrick, Editor-in-Chief, eight other editors and two report- ers will be lost to the editorial staff this term. They include: Assignment Edi- tor, Catherine Heatong Girls' Sports Editor, Florence ltlahnkeg Copy Edi- tor, Lois Redding Exchange Edito1', Laura Kesslerg School Editor, Herman Gruningerg Humor Editor, Cameron Andrewsg Special Feature Editor, Clay- ton ltlelling, and Headline Editor, Ruth Gebelein. The reporters are: Luther Heinz and Ross Calhoun. 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The club is fortunate in having two such nien as 1112 Gieges and blr. VVltllELlIlS as advisers. These 1nen have been sponsors of the club since its inauguration into school affairs about eight years ago. The following boys were elected into the 15th chapter of the H13 Clubf, Edward Keyser, Presidentg Henry Fuhner, Vice-President: Joseph Hermann, Secretary: Robert Blaine, Treasurer: Hillier Artnlan, Samutl Byers, John Downing, Harry Hetzel, Edward Kneiss, Frank Schilling, James Solon, Arno Sudeik, and Edward Syrewicz. They will look forward with much enthusiasm to the yearly reunions. Onc 11 zuzflrcd scrcnfccny o s www 5-'4-fmyfm fwfwi sf ' om me W- ,fi e f' X 'z fwfwflf uw , f ,f fl ' '7AZQ3.3.-.-.r---.4.-.-.3.5.5.3.3.1.3.5.5.3 -.3155-3-1-'A " "" f:-.-:-:-:-:-:-'-'-'-:-:':-1.1-:-:-t-:-:-:-:-:-t-'-:-:-:-.-:,f f",- 'o ?f"qQd15SNg7:fff25EfEf2fEff'i' ' .,,. .,.. ' i. " 7iQ2i2E2?2E222Q321i ' 'X 1532.6 W- t A i - ---- r A The Senior Twelve HE Senior Twelve is a purely social organization. The club consists of twelve Senior girls, six academic and six commercial who are outstanding in scholarship. ltliss Dorothy Gleeten is the adviser. Each year the graduat- ing members select six girls from B. These six when in A, elect six more from their class and so complete the membership. The meetings have been featured by entertainment by some of the mem- bers. The girls have given vocal and instrumental selections, and one of the members learned in the art of fo1'tune telling, has prophesied concerning futures, told about individual characters and revealed things to the members which proved to be both welcome and unwelcome. The officers of the Senior Twelve for this term are: President, Jane lVIooreg Vice-President, Katherine Kernsg Treasurer, Edna Kagermang and High Ufay Representative, Lois Reddin. The other members are: Mildred Borzell, Clara Kirmse, Netta Fraser, J. Anna hlaudsley, Ella lVIorse, Ruth Nash, Rosalind Therrell, and lNIary 'Waterman One lmmdrr-rl eigll fem Ml? , fA'f'?f ' f fn puff WYAQJ ,.............,..... .:.l. .'.L.l.'. . . .'. ' ' '. . "" gf.-.:.:.:.:,:.'.'.'.f.j.j.:.:.j.:.:.:. .:.f.:.'.'.:.:.:.f.Z ff, ,"' -U' i49lQ32f"'4sY""'E2E1E1E2E2ErE1Z1f'V P ' ' jfgfrgggzggg j 'wr' jf Jwldf 2 Z . .... -- , 1' 051,55 I """' - ------ ' -- 'lf'-U ' ' - " - If mfa,'.4ff sys ss..-f A ,suns in 7 -N-fa :M aff? "' Circle Twelve HIS year marks the seventh term of existence for the Circle Twelve Club. It is an honorary society, composed of nine members elected from the A class, and three from the B class. The membership of the club does not termi- nate With graduation, but continues in the graduate society of the club. Mr. Surrick was chosen co-adviser with Mr. Boerckel this term, taking the place of the late hir. Ashton. As is usual, the club has endeavored to carry out the splendid old tradi- tions of the school, and to promote high ideals among the students. The club has the honor of sponsoring the first and the last dances of the school term, and this season these dances have been especially successful and they have constituted the outstanding good times enjoyed by the members. The following belong to the club: Dietrich, President: Davis, Viee-I'resi- dentg Hunter, Secretaryg lWIacFarland, Treasurer, Gorski, iNIoran, Gruninger, Barnes, Palmer, Barber, Melling and Ulireuis. One h Inzdrefl nineteen f fxyv f 74-fhyf f fswf we funn me vw- .4 0 fm s---f arena was --.J vs 01 fffg dw' ff fi' " ZVHQZ ....- ........,....... . .-.-.',-. , - .... ..... ' - ----- .' ,fl ,ff -Vi? 5' "':-:-:':-:':-:-:':-:- " ' . ' '-:-:A:- 'P " ' -'-'-:-i-:-:-:+:-:-'-a.g g' W Q 4: aj: 'fxlf-:::3:3:3:,:::5f ' . . . - .1 .3:1::15:5:3:31'.X.f' , A, F, Alf, 4, l ....... ---- . . , . -. -. . ....' :H ...,. -1 --'- A ' ' I. . .H ' ' ' . l . i. lzjkfgjric Ye Monks E MONKS is the oldest existing club in the school. It was organized back in the days when Mr. Snook hadnit even dreamed of our present building. In those hectic times there was but one rival club, "Ye Spooksf' Since that club has passed out of existence, Ye Monks now hold the undisputed right to the title of "lVIost ancient." Aside from literary work there are many interesting parties and trips that are made by the members of the club. It is customary to visit exhibitions of paintings and sculpture, and to hold at least one theatre party during the term. The interesting and unusual meetings of the club bring the members out in full foreeg but at these gatherings there are talks by faculty members and general discussion is carried on by the members. In order to maintain a high standard of membership, the club is elective, and limits its membership to twenty-five students who must have received a "GH or "Ev in English. hir. VVise is the capable adviser of Ye hlonks and the oHicers for this term have been: Abbot, Friedelg Prior, Sparksg hloneybags, Kleinguentherg Scribe, Huttenlockg High Way Representative, Levin. Ervin and Raker will be lost to the club through graduation. One h 1111 fired fzrenfy wwf! gfffffw' 'ala' 'qv' ffm max fur' J . rn' aw: ..... .,.............. ..... - . .... ..... - . ffifff 54 L 21f"'4l'f"5:5:3:5:5:5:2:2:f" 11:25 ff . "A' 2:5:5:f:5:55:5f"ev1""S,aW,,w !09'f3" , "-1:s:2:s:s:f:-. K, ---' ' ,.'frs:s:z:s: fQ .., Ha'--' ?M,W.:5:1.1.i. ..- a 5 4 ,ow ffff 'ff' Societas Latina HE Latin Club is an organization which has for its pu1'pose the stimulation of greater interest in Latin and the closer association of students having a common interest. lVIembership in the club is limited to students from A to E advisory groups who have a grade of E or G in Latin and who qualify by giving a five-minute talk which will be of interest to the members. The club holds a meeting each month and the programs vary considerably and are always very interesting to the members. Such things as talks, Latin games, Latin crossword puzzles, Latin odes, and musical selections help make up some fine programs. A recent addition to the club is a scrapbook containing pictures of ancient and modern Rome. lVIembers of the club are constantly contributing pictures to this. Every term the club awards a prize to the boy and to the girl doing the best work in Latin in the Senior term. This term the following officers, all of whom are members of the gradu- ating class, were elected: President, ltlarjorie lNIenairg Vice-President and Treasurer, Clarence Keating: Secretary, Clayton Mellingg Board Member, Charles Singer. ltlr. Benjamin Biswanger, the adviser, has done a great deal for the Latin Club, and the club owes its success to him as a very capable leader. One hzlndrcd tlrenty-one YJ?',ff3fX-' we sr' fum max fW!4f ,aj-,ogg X---' NNE 1929 N-J ,599 Efif' "2y'i?ff,-.,.-.-, . ' .4 . . ' ' '. '4.1.A.:.1.:.:.:.'.'.'.:.:.I.1.I.Z.:.:.:.:.:i.j.'.'.:.i.:.:,jf 6. 'Z ,,.. p A .. ...,.4. h , if f'Flw':1:fiii1:1i1:C' ' f firizftiziziii-NAl'.9oooZ L-".f,f'f'f.""" "' " ' ' H ' I' " ' ' "" 4".f',Q,fa"Zf,:', Sodalitas Romana HE Sodalitas Romana, a rather new organization in the school, was formed for the purpose of studying life in ancient Rome. In December, the club celebrated the great festival of the Romans, the Saturnalia, by giving Q1 play entitled, "A Roman School." The scene was laid in that time in Roman history when Caesar, Cicero, Quintus, Catiline, and Pompey were boys in school. In March and April, talks were given with lantern slides and pictures of Roman life in ancient times, and also of Rome as it is today. For May the club planned an exhibit of Roman life, to which the mem- bers were privileged to invite all of their friends. All members interested in Latin were also invited. lVIiss Genevieve VVilson is the faculty adviser of the club. The officers for this term are: President, Ruth Rafteryg Secretary, Irma Pixtong Treasurer, Dorothy Bic-kelg and Student Board Representative, Es- ther Payne. Through graduation t.his term the club will lose the following members: Nettie Balis, and Edith Darreff. One hundred tlren fy-t wo ,fffofa , - , ?'lff4ff'9 'ww 'M' 'pig QU Qggfw 6' X' , ,goal 'H-f mms was f ""Qj3g, iwyf' . ' - ""' .j.Y.:.:.:.j.j.'.','.j,: :.:.:,:.:.: j.:.:.j.:.','.'.:.:.'.:,1"' fl .u ' i gf Za' Y :3:f:Q:3:f:i:3:1 "" i "QI - i 31331: '- :f3Q:Q:f:f::f:fi S 'ft . Q 5.1,-39?25' H"iZ3:?:3t5:5" if 'li '1 J "2'-9221? ' ' 1' " -f'11?:3:1:5' .. v. " -:f gf Z .5:3.,j-3 '- 5 i 5: 1 1 M ' nib' M ,ll .....,. ---- . . . .,,,, ......, . .. ..... . .- .. I - - , ...... ,' ,j,,.,W,. Commercial Club HE Commercial Club is an organization which has for its members only A and B students who are taking commercial work. 'It works for the stimulation of greater interest among the commercial students who are pre- paring for business, the development of high social ideals, the promotion of fuller interest in all school activities, and the fostering ot' high standards of scholarship. The meetings are held every month, and at each one at least one speaker is present to talk on some interesting and important phase of commercial work. Dancing in the gym has followed several of the meetings this term. The activities of the club are by no means limited to the meetings. Every term, accompanied by an adviser, the members make several trips to various commercial establishments about the city, where many things not taught. in school are learned. The advisers of the club for the past lfCl'lIl have been lNIiss Saile, lXIr. Nichols, iMr. Streit. The officers, most of whom will be lost through graduation, are as fol- lows: President, Charles Harvey, Vice-President, Katherine Kerns, Secre- tary, James Solong Treasurer, Beatrice Lewis, and High lV11y Representa- tive, John Guokas. One humlrerl fIl'l'llfjl+flIl'0P 556 ff: -'TQ ibut'-. rf' fwfr! ,i5.s, sr:-f new is swf- M was ....... , ......,...., .... ,V .... ..... V ..,W ,.. fi." iff? 25' 25"-'NY "'1-i-I-3-1-Z-2-T-to . ' '-:ff-24 1' -'-'-14:-1-1-fm:-1-'J 3"-'-1 W -1 - Q .-1-1-7-if-1-if ' . - ' ' ' ' 4 ' .4 .-I-f'If'I'I-I-. S Y ,- w 23,053,831 ,,:,.,..,,,,v .. 1. . ,.3.,,:, gf-mq,, w 'sy -- -. 1. - - ., I -- s 2. .sim . . g . ' A .4 -V. ,-1 -f . '- '- ..- A' fz. .f 5' I f:'!:'5f'37 .f- .5f, .. ., H- ....' 4' fl ,I " Q" Aff,-jig ' ' ' ' ' ' ' "" i A i I 0 ' I 4 ' 'i ' i' ' ' ' W ' " lf'lf25'Qf?,'fCffL:S Sock and Buskin LUSHED with the success of last term's productlon of the "YVl1ole Town's Talkingf, the Sock and Buskin entered the new term with a call for can- didates. To this more than three score students responded. Of these, eight were considered eligible for club membership. The club added another star to its constellation of successful produc- tions when it presented the farce, "Take lNIy Advice." The Senior Class was well represented in this play by Anna hlaudsley, Zella VVinters and G. Clay- ton hlelling. Much credit must be given to illr. lllotley, who, by his untiring efforts and splendid criticism, has been largely responsible for the success of the recent productions. lNIr. lllotley took up the sponsorship of the club when lVIiss Blum- ford resigned in the spring of 1927. The first play produced under his guid- ance was "Land of Heart's Desiref, which was followed by "Seventeen,' in the fall. In the spring of 1928, the "Thrice Promised Bride" was given in assem- bly. "The VVhole Town,s Talking" was presented in the fall. All these plays have been marked by singular success in their presentations. One h 11 71 fired twenty-four 1,!,,v9'2! I-llfhffff aw' -We fum 30.0-s. W' f Q' avg a rf-'N--' MINE 9 7 s '-3'-ff java ff!! auf! Vt, '-:1:l:1'1'l' '-7-1-I-3 'GV'-'5:i:3:f:3" "" 1fif:3:3:3:3:3:f:7:3:TQ'f"'j'T'?:-If 'mf ,f fy! i :-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-" ' .- f -'-f-: '. '- . A:-1-1-3-1-:-:gi yi I. .4 6-Q5'Q5w'-I-1-:4:-14:-1 ' -- -',i.z.,1.., ..,. A ,.3:3.313:3:5:' J, .,1, ,, f,. 'IL 5. :I Jghgtgg, 1 1, ,l .A .-H, tg -so-fiafffffi - - - " i ' ' " ' ' " " -4 - -- :,..J':ff,.g Hiking Club N TYVO senses of tl1e word, the Hiking Club is the most 'iopenn club in the school. It is "open,' to membership to every girl in the school, and its chief aim is to be out in the "open,' as much as possible. Doggie roasts, treasure hunts, hare and hound races and roller skating parties feature the meetings. However, each week a regular hike is taken around the neighborhood of Frankford, and it is led by different members of the faculty. llliss Lackey sponsors the group, and has proved to be a very popular leader. An "H C" in school colors is given to any girls who attend two-thirds of the hikes for two years. This is, of course, a stimulant for all girls to at- tend regularly, but the Club is so well supported that it hardly needs such stimulation. Kathryn Dominguez has been President for three terms, Avalyn VVarren is Vice-Presidentg Cynthia VVilkinson, Treasurer: Dorothy Hamilton, A. A. Representative, and Ruth Gebelein High lVay Representative. One I1 llIIlll'f'fl fzrvnfy-fire 2 f f 7ff6V' 'Effie' are 'vim 2040 I 7 'm.,,..ul' ,,.A' i9j2'?i4 WW 7 N Mft r' 2" ww: .,...............,.. ..... v ..... .--, ,... . 7 "'1-I-1-I-2-Z-Z-i-2+ . ' '41-f-:- 'F -'-'-1113:-:':A:3:3:-6, ff: ,f ff '?'mf'3:7:Ti3:3:7:3:' ' . .... ' ' f V:-54725111-:-'V , . 55 4. J, hofffrl l ..,.. '--- . . . . .. -. 1 .... .-.. f .. -- .--. - -- . . - l. . .' - 1 I ..... A. -Isl' 4?ZcJ'Lri -M .... . ...., -, Y., l Literary Club ITH the purpose in mind of widening and encouraging interest in all fornis of literature, the Literary Club was organized a few years back and has gained steadily in popularity. This terni a round-the-world tour was planned by lVIrs. Elizabeth Markley, sponsor, and Ruth Gebelein, through which the members learned of the literature of different lands. Early in the terin, Bliss Ethel Burnett, of the faculty, was present in a costume of India and gave a most delightful travelogue through that country. Later on, llr. YVise. also a nieinber of the faculty, delivered an exceedingly interesting talk on Japan. Dr. Poole, an American, who lived in China dur- ing the turbulent period of the Boxer Rebellion, was also secured, and spoke very engagingly to an audience of nienlbers who were wide-inouthed with in- terest. Along with these fine speakers, the programs were featured by added novel- ties. As a form of initiation, the new nielnbers tendered the old nienibers of the club an especially jolly St. l'atty's Party, and the last II1CCtlflg' of this term took the forln of a glorious social. Especially capable were the following club officers: President, Ruth Gebe- lein: Secretary, Lois Redding Treasurer, Ruth Lawsg Student Board Repre- sentative, E. Grace Young, High VVay Representative, Ida Ruth Light. One hunrlrerl frrciify-si.r if f f""v"':""7 'else -ew .funn Hours, rf- ff W mga N15--' MINE 18 7 s '--5-'ffjiqaoa aff f"' wwf www- -- . -'4--- .- .-' f"f.'f1 4 l5:77'3""" ' '""'':1:3:3:f:3:i:1:i:3:i "1:f'3" "" " "7:T:?:3 'P ':" -1'-1-3-3-3-if-I-I-'Q TKQI. Z V f' ' . - A ' . ' ' - ' .- .,:-:-:-:-:f:-3-.XA1- ,'f'cQ6'ffkxll ' - -w31:1:-.'- -' '- fr:-24:-:ei-' . 'W 'ff' U -I , , , '-, 22 'Z . Z:.1Q:.-, I . 4 . 'i . '. A ' ' V 1. rv! 21 ,f . F4 ,' '- - -' ' . .4 j .f. ,.5f, .. 5 -- ...- ' " H-j-jg-3 ff, . .,, 7' .- ,f ,,5,,,g3 - - -'--- ---- -- - 4 - - ' - - - ' .fzmfo ,cfm Triangle Club HE Triangle Club, organized primarily for debating, is one of the few honorary societies for girls in the school' The members are selected from the girls trying out, who are in the upper classes, and have a high scholastic standing. Miss llflalzer, who took llliss Heed's place as adviser at the beginning of the term, has very ably shown her capability by turning out a most suc- cessful debating team. The meetings of the club are held every week, and are made interesting by various kinds of entertainment. At one time the new members gave the old ones a party, at other meetings, various speakers from the faculty have entertained. The Triangle Club always gives a prize in the form of a five-dollar gold piece to the best girl debater of the year. This incites competition, and helps the team, and the individual girl to try the best possible. The club will lose most of its oflicers through graduation. The following girls are in the A class: lvlajorie Kerr, Jane Ma1'tin, Eleanor Baumgartner, Catherine Heaton, Iieta Sullivan and lllildred Entwistle. One lrumlred fzceufy-seven ,fgpwnf O ynffsfwa em sw fum me warms riff, .... , ............... , .... . .A.A. . ..... rf ir, ? J,"':3:5:3:3:-t323:5:-.- .' 1:31-:4 . "":-13:-' -1'-3-1-:-253113:-1-'-''. . -4 ?:"c06"?5mll"1:3:3:3f3:3:3p Q ' -..- .--- " :if5f3f3:i:3:33'i X W-::2:1.1Zil5 '-- . . t , 0 ff w9z,fxfff5 Mawr .fff Der Deutsche Verein RANKFORD HIGH SCHOOL boasts of many language clubs, and one of the oldest, most popular, and useful is "Der Deutsche Vereinf' It was organized six years ago, and has continually grown in prominence since that time. Club meetings are held regularly every two weeks, and are sponsored by Bliss Alta Grace Ellis, who has always been the club's adviser. The purpose of the club is to create a greater interest in the customs, characteristics, and language of the German people, and to stimulate interest among the Ge1'man students of the scl1ool. The meetings are featured by illustrated talks on Germany and Europe in general, by musicals, trips to the new Art hluseum, the Christmas Party, and the always long anticipated picnic, which is held in the spring' term. This term the club members have been greatly interested in the learning of some new German folk dances, which have made the meetings most successful and enjoyable. The members which the club will lose by graduation are: Ruth Schanz, Katherine Kerns, Ruth ltliiller, Janet YVallace, Rosalind Therrell, Gerda llliiller, Harold Sittig, Samuel Stein, and Frank Loewy. 0:11 I: IIlI1lI'f'll ffr'r'1:I11-ciyllvf WSW' . er awe-N, ffwfe' wow N---M NE 1929 "'---f"' eww oi? mf! 'fini' V' ' V173 ....- ................ ..... ' . '.. . . .... -'-. . -- ,lf f", 'viii A Pf?':"56Y"'f:f:f:f:f:f:f:f:5'3'. A ' 'LQZQIQ '. 3-'f':'3?"' . ""A f5f3f3f5fff3:1:f' i Q 'Qzffw ?c0Q'?5xu "3:f:f:f:f:3:1. ' 131:-' 1-" ' ,i:i:QZflf1g:gAlfQg"3Q,Af 529 f .. 1' .-51553::f:1 : :f ,' :. '- '2Z. ig. .-: fi 61.2.2.2 . ' ' ' ' ' I ,- -' h Q' -2 . f::::f:Zf -- " ... -"' . f , -' ,o,,l,', fp .aff 'A ---- ' ' '-' Ji Mathematics Club HIC lNIathematics Club was organized in hIarch, 1927. Because of the faith- ful leadership of lVIiss Ethel lNIcAllister, it has increased rapidly from the very start, both in numbers and spirit, it has been affiliated with the Interscho- lastic Mathematics Association and it attended the general meeting of the I. II. A. at IVilliam Penn High School last term, taking an active interest in the activities of the organization. The club meets six times a year on the first and third Mondays of the month. Its members participate in all kinds of mathematical wrinkles and puzzles, which are divised by especially appointed committees, the paramount aim of the club being good times. In its first term, it presented a mock trial in assembly, which was a great success. Its membership is limited so that only those receiving IC or G in mathematics are admitted. All of the officers of the lIathematics Club are in the graduating class. They are: Jane lNIartin, Presidentg Zella IVinters, Vice-l'resident, and Flor- ence Lindsley, Treasurer: I,ois Heddin, High 117131 Representative. One IIIIIIIIVCII tlrcnfy-ni1m "Kms .W funn sau-N. Qgygwfff riw' "ww: ..,.....,..,........ - .-. . . .A. . -. ..... - .4 .-... .-f ifff 2 . Q' '- e ei 3 .. fe 9234 . f F new L9 ,,., ,mn "-" -4 ' ' ' ' ' " ' - '- .,,.a'1cf,:, O I ff9f" r'4ff?',f I Engineering Club HE past term of the Engineering Club was very profitable and interest- ing. The club reached the maximum number of members early in the term and had to refuse admittance to many. It made many enjoyable and interesting trips, including: Disstons, Saw VVorks, Kopper Coke Co., and Ab- bots' Ice Cream plant. At the meetings, after the usual business had been disposed of, there were talks given by the members. The club was again under the faculty supervision of hir. Lowe, and Mr. Bonner, who, along with the other members of the class, did very fine work. The officers for the past term were: VVilliam Gilfillan, Presidentg lVIartin Krausz, Secretary, Edward Syrewicz, Treasurer, John P. Uetz, High IVay Representative, VVilliam Mullen and Albert Melling, Program Committee. The members of the Club who are in the graduating class are: VV. Gil- Hllan, Nl. Krausz, VV. Erwin, VV. VVood, NI. Soekett, VV. Meltlordie, E. Syre- wiez, H. Pyle, B. Lentz, and L. Grrothehen. One hun1Il'f'd thirty ,149 f f-'fr W aw 'er 903 son-N ,lr fr case X---' WWE 9 '-A-J ,aw '5"',1' 916:12 - '--' - .. . -- -- .- 7 15:55 -"ti 31 ' 74-,ff-""' ' ""'"-I'f'f-I-If-I-I-I-I " ' ' Q '- - .-.'.:.:.:.j.f.:.i.j. 3 Q' ff xu:3Z3:i:::3:3:3:-" Q . - i -"' 41 " ' F' .- .-:-:-:-:-:41-:-.X.1- si. 1 f Q08 'gfx' '.Q.:.:.:.:.Z.. .- r 'Q" ' Q' "12121g-.-'- 'f-If-If-f-' . 4 4 7.1 . .... -.r 3- - . ,gh-1,:. t " . - - '. fu L. . 1, ',:f:...4"" . . i . .' ' . A. ' -,A QF: - gr ..,"' ' ' .f. .' ' ' 'A ..:.:iff: , ,Iv 'IV'-"' 1,f',-"fi" ' ' ' ' ' ' ' "" ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' ' ' 'N' ' " ."fnf9,'1C'fZ The Girl Reserves HE Girl Reserves, a group of live wire girls, differs from other clubs in the school, in that it meets at the Y. M. C. A., instead of in the school building. The main aim of the club is to teach the girls to face life squarely, and to further interests in hobbies, nature lore, and sport. The group has accomplished a great many worthwhile things, such as giving a Christmas party for children, making Indian gifts, and visiting day nurseries. However, not all of the club's time is taken up with this work, and many enjoyable suppers, holiday celebrations, and dances, feature programs. At the weekly meetings, each of which stresses a different theme, the girls engage in singing, reading poetry, and playing diverting games. Hand- craft arts are also indulged in, not only as an interesting diversion, but also for its instructive value. At present, a great effort. is being made to raise enough money to send a representative from the Frankford branch to the summer conference of all Girl Reserves. Sarah Burkhardt, president of the club, is treasurer of Girl Reserves Council of Philadelphia. The Senior members are Helen Meehan and Isabel McDermott. One I1 IIIIIIVPII thirty-one ,V-'W'-77! ff' fum max ww' offff' f AW fr! ',sff.1w . ., , ..,. ........,... . .....,.....,. . if ' ,ff ,. , . ,, . . .. .... . . . . . . .. . - 1,4 - Q O ..j.j.j.:.:.j.:.' . . ' I H ' . ' . ' . f 52'0Q?f5x., '-:-1,1-2-iv:-. ' 5 ":a1z1.1.-'f 1- " ' 3t3:51313:5:3" ,gf 521 . ', . , . ' ' '-: .'. 1 3, . ::,g11:', , ., , lv N . ' ' ', f '-If ff . P" 1323:-I-.4.'." -' i" J. .. 4-:if ' If .V , at 12121150052 "" " - - --- ' ""' dmffpifvfpt me 45-" :JUNE 1929 ----1" fewer 1 Philatelic Society VER thirty boys belong to the Philatelic Society this term. It was reorganized recently., after origination several years ago under the leader- ship of Mr. Sittig, who is still the capable adviser. Now, instead of the usual ofticers, the club is managed by an executive committee, composed of Morris Savoy, Chairman, Edward Aschmann, and Alfred Yarwood. Stamp collecting is a hobby indulged in by many, and the members of the Philatelic Society have shown a great deal of enthusiasm in the buying selling, and collecting of their stamps. Each term, prominent philatelists are invited to show their exhibitions, and give talks about their hobby. Such visi- tors as Dr. Lindauer a11d Mr. Emmert have very wonderful collections which have taken them years to gather together. These exhibits are of great value to the members of the club, since it gives them a good insight as to the proper selection and arrangement of stamps in albums. Our hunflred flliriy-two FWWJQTZQZ. . .-.' - '. . ""' .:...:.:.:.:.:.','.'.j3.1.1.f.j.:.'.j.:.:.j.j.j.'.j.:.j...: 2eHlEU21'Q5'gy:s:s:s:s:z:s:s:5 -'-", '-a::0 1f:1 :5f- ' IQQSQEQEQE gigs 92"DQ,55' .. i:3:5:3:i'3'- gk fl. 'SI' 1 5' "" 1' 'fp Q-'-1-1-:-: -Q2 99,5935 -'--"- ---- ' - - ' " ' ' " ' " - -- ' " -dmiwxma Poetry Club LTHOVGH the Poetry Club was just organized last term, it is already assuming a prominent place on the list of active organizations about the school. RIF. Phillips acts as sponsor of the club and calls the meetings twice a month with the purpose in mind of furthering the interest in the reading and writing of poetry among the students. The meetings are often featured by exceedingly interesting discussions of this subject. The members read and write poet1'y, and they have as their chief ambition the publication of an anthology, which will comprise the best poetry written by the blossoming poets since the f01'lllH.tl0I1 of the club. Now, the club is closed, and tryouts for new members are held at the beginning of each term, at which time, each prospective member is required to present a short poem of not less than nine lines, to the club members. This poem is judged by them and if the composition of it shows ability, the author is eligible for club membership. The poetry club is gaining steadily in prominence and is so1'ry to lose their fellow poets, Eleanor Baumgartner, Geraldine Robinson, and llildred Hangsterfer through graduation. One 11 IHIIIITII flliriy-flwee ,uw f Vmww wwf sv fum 50.0-N ,,g,yfs'l QW, N---"' JUNE 19 7 '-----1' o f f f l'4f'f' f ff fa-'Cf ',5:f.f2:g , . , ....,..... ,....... ........., . ........ . f ' , i y 5-'-'-'-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:':': -at-:-' H- f'-'-'-:-:-t-:-"':A:':':-:-:-:-:':-:-:-w'- "" ' f f' 'Q l'T'141'f-I'1'1"' ' . - Q ' 1 . 1-.-14:4-1-3.1, 'X ' 2 Q! 55,-0d,E:w5!'2q5:5:3:2:f:-. ' , a n f:f15:5:s:e:ps .46--Dei w,A.,,,M2 ....... .--. . . . . .. ., .A..,, ,.... .. Q . 'i...m!,A Primi Ten HE Primi Ten is an honorary elub composed of the first ten outstanding students in art. Its members have been selected for their ability in art and their ambition to further advance themselves in this subject. Any stu- dent showing marked ability and a willingness to work is eligible for election. It was necessary for the adviser, Mr. McCann, to select the first ten members of this club but all future members will be elected by the club members and the adviser. The club meets every Monday afternoon for drawing and painting lessons. Once a month trips are taken to some commercial establishment where art plays an important part. The first of these trips was. through the La France Textile Industries. It was found that the very life of this industry depends upon the designers. They saw the designers at work, then they went to see the card cutter, then to the loom, each step showing the necessity of close co- operation between the designer, card-cutter, and weaver. Future trips will include the studios and factory of Bart Benson, an expert in ornamental iron and a graduate of our school. The Primi Ten is now planning an alumni branch of the club. This will include those who specialized in art after leaving Frankford High School. f,lIFlIlIlI1Il'PlI flrirty-four 1, 2,90 7 ff 7f..fPSj.',?'0 ff Q46 f 'Wk' 'UQ EQN ' GW? if 4 wmfwfff U54 W, 2 77" 'Z il ....' ................ .... - .-.-. - . . . ..... .. -- .- f I - 7,1 Zi ' ' ' ' ' ' f'I'f'f'f'f'f'f'f'f' ' ' . ' "I-I-I . ' ' '-If-f" "-"fi-f'f'f'I-f'f-"' ' ., " 7 gf 'ff' .A Q .Qfzlffjfjfzijf ' . ' V t H I Q r ' ' ' -N x .:I:fjf:I:fjI:f-Q ' V ' ' 4. f :.:.j.:.... l ' ' .' ' ' l .. .' - 1' .f Q' :fffigif ,f. E-f x, .. ' ' .f..' " 'I ..:.jf:f1fl A. ,Ip ,rt ' , ' . "" - --- 9' ..f:, Clef Club HE Clef Club, under the advisership of Mr. Forrest Newmeyer, is the oldest musical organization of Frankford High School. This term it has again done much in accomplishing its purpose, which is to stimulate musical interest throughout the school and to afford pupils an opportunity to play, sing, or talk before an audience. The meetings, held at the homes of the various members, consist of instru- mental and vocal selections, and lately talks have been featured. Students desiring admittance give one of the above things at the tryouts on the second VVednesday of each month. The club has also increased greatly the variety of its instrumentsg formerly confined to piano and violin. At various times musical perform- ances, such as orchestra concerts, operas and individual recitals, are attended for enjoyment and education. The quota of the club, which is twenty, was filled this term. Of these ten will be graduated. They are: lvilliam Tongue, president: Janet YVallace. vice- presidentg Luther Heinz, treasurer: Anna ltlaudsley, Charles Singer, Herman Gruninger, Ross Calhoun, Harold Gough, Yvilliam Mullen, and Albert Mell- ing. Lois Coltee was also a member of the club. One I1 rrmlrgvl tlzirly-fire ,yfzf 'f,.vffff'J?!! ' " are fum 20:0 nv- .fsi fmgg 7' if ',f'17?3 ...............,.... .... - .-.-.-. - . . ...., . . --"- .- I I 'Q ' A K ' ' ':::11:i:f:i:f:l:f'f'. . . I Ylfffzf' . -""ij':f:fff1f:f:f" I ' W X, ?gQ6'Qgw"3:T:3:i:1:ii3. ' - " " " Z1tf:7:7:3:7:5"'wlZ3,j,'4'0C2v6i T .. f s .. emma Ammijfwyfa ....... ---- . . . . . . .... . .. . .. ' - - ..,... lfmfypmz SVVIlVIlYlING TEARI Swimming Club HE members of the class who belonged to the Swimming Club will remem- ber the days spent in the Central Y. VV. as some of the happiest ones of their Frankford High careers. The race to the scarce lockers, the icy showers, the plunge, the inevitable fudge purchasing, and the council ,round the hair- drier all will linger long in their memories of Frankford. All is not fudge and hairdriers at the Y. VV., however. There are definite aims toward which the girls may strive. The club is divided into three groups Q beginners, intermediates and seniors. Those who pass the beginner,s test are promoted to the intermediate group. The passing of the swimmer's and junior life saving tests admits members to the senior group, and then especially fine swimmers have an opportunity to make the varsity team. However, Frankford's girl swimmers do not compete with other schools. RI. Eisenhart and V. Humphreys made the senior group, and they have both excelled in the field of swimming. Rae Henzel, Laura Kessler, Rose Schaehter, Rae Schwartz, Ella Morse, Catherine Heaton, and Alberta Reeve the other senior members. 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Russell Cook, VVallace lvilson, Ha1'old Kohn, and Theodore Kessler com- prised this year's boys, team, which was defeated by Central. The girls, Elea- nor Baumgartner, Elizabeth Robinson, Henrietta Cocker, and Catharine D. Cragg defeated Overbrook. Eleanor Baumgartner, Russell Cook, and VVallace lvilson are members of the present A Class. Om' Ilillllflffll ffIfl'f1l-8!'l't'll ffpff 7.4-fffyffa felaf 'rf -'crm mu-s, W. 451 27"'4"1?i:,1--.--'-,,-wg:,1,:,:,1,1,1,1,1,1 '-1:2-I-'-'-"' '-3,1-if "4'+I'-'3:i:i:3'3""":i:T:3:3:3:5:f:T:177:31'7"j'5'7:-23 ?-Qgfq,, . " f21g5g55:g1g1g1j, ' . ,..A A -- ,ig5g?gigEg2g5:xWAMYQ,ff,,,,4 ?909s'?1:5: .1Z2?+e - s ,f H, fa. ---- - - ---f ..,.Q,f . 1 -GJ? f 5? FW? 1.4! The House and Grounds HE House and Grounds organization is composed of a wide-awake squad of students, who, of their own free will, devote their time and energy to the worthy cause of the club. The members keep the lunchroom and halls clear and free from confusion, serve the English classes with home reading books, keep the lawns looking beautiful, decorate the halls and stage with flowers, and in general, do any little task which helps to make Frankford High a cleaner and pleasanter place in which to spend one's school life. Mr. VVilliams, faculty adviser of the organization, lauds these willing workers, and he himself deserves a great deal of praise for the things wl1icl1 he has been accomplishing. In the latter part of April, the club sponsored a party which was opened to all students in the school. It proved to be such a success that plans were hastily made for future good times similar to the first one. A great many members of the present A class will be lost because of graduation. Samuel Korman and Grace Sellers were the boys' and girls' chairmen respectively, and their leadership has been most valuable this past term. 0ll01llllllIl'l'1l flzirfgf-eight ,f,f,9 ff f,"l,'.f3vx,f 'sw sw fum gon-N, if Q X----' WW 1929 5--M .aw gfv' Wifi: ..... . Y ...,.......... .-.1.-. ..... ---- ,,-. .- iii 4 f " l "':-:-:-:-:-:-:3:-:-:- " . ' '-:':-:- 'F 1-:Az-:-iv: :fs yi' Q -Q iff' '7X.f'3:?:i:1:i:i:-:7 ' - .. .A,. 4. ., ' ' f -: :i:5:3:3:1: . ?'0'f5f1- I' -f5'7fi3'7 - - 5 . f nf, ,I L . - - - - . .' ' , . '.-' . -V , -::::-::' " ' - V. . .I ' - - . -I, .J-lgffqlllz TRIANGLE H-L" T-Square T PRESENT the T-Square Club is composed of seventeen active boys who are taking the industrial course. Vnder the skilled guidance of Mr. lllurphy, the organization has taken trips to various points which are of particular interest to the members. Be- sides this, speakers who are recognized authorities in the field which they represent have talked to the group, giving valuable and inspiring talks per- taining to drawing and other branches of industrial work. Laubenstein, President: VVllllH.lI1S, Vice-Presidentg Le COIllplC, Secretary- Treasurer, and lNIegargle, High VVay Representative, were the oHicers elected this terrn. Through graduation the following will be lost to the club: lvilliams, Blake, Livezey, Coons, Le Compte, and Rothenbach. One hundred thirty-nine Ai A5 ACA DEMH Hur l1un1Ir1'1Ifm'lj1 A5 COMMERCIAL Familiar Slogans "Pleasant pages"+Our H'GH VVAY. SC Duz does itv--But not our Spanish. 97 "Hidden comfort -The infirmary. "Smiling interiorsn-Our first fioor corridors. "Be prepared"-For English for once. GG 39 Cash for you -Financial standing of 50 cents after paying Senior dues "Decide today"-Your curriculum for next term. 66 9 Faucets without a fault '-Any one in Frankford High School. "Baby,s first need',-To learn to write her last name first. 65 SC Sunshine all the way"-Our sojourn at Frankford High School. Let's get off' and Walkn-Any morning on the "56', or "'75." 6'Magical-unforgettable"-Our trip to VVQ-st Point. ullflemories in melody"-lVIiss Heyl,s chorus class. SC Eventually-Why not now?"-Study. "Nature,s perfect foodv-Knowledge. "Quick, safe reliefv-The bell at the end of the period. "It fits"-High and mighty Seniors. "Nineteen years of faultless service"-Frankford High. if CS Bon fnej Anli fel- A" class advisers fMrs. Markley and Mr. Wil liamsj. Une I1 mzdrfrl forfy-one Autographs Autographs V5 A, Walt! - ,Z PM-9f':i ig- , I 2 2'-sql' '57 3.-gxwp., 5--,221 gag- -QQ, . 1-31131.-.,5f.i'-jgffif .gqvi ' 1 . 1'1qi-if-'f:,g1,.x -2-45, ,'f:1sg1:,:.-V-vf 5,-,I,:--1, ,V V.: ,-:f:-'fV:v'- 'fm F-.?2.'.'v'--'.r'f."?-5 .i"a'ff-- - ,V--fw,,1,.''Q-V,--mf L,r4Vifg2,,-FgggV-4f- g5..I,w. 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