Friends Select School - Record Yearbook (Philadelphia, PA)
- Class of 1938
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FRIENDSQ SELECT scH ooL-
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who has nnsellishly spent himself in our
behalf, and whose modest leadership has
instilled in ns something of his ideals
of Character and sportsmanship. . .
WILBUR W. GOYETTE
whose enthusiasm has inspired our Will,
whose energy and devotion have directed
our vigor, and whose integrity has trained
our characters, we dedicate this record of
the personnel and accomplishments of the
Class of Nineteen Hundred and Thirty-
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TABLE or .CONTENT
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FEATURES .......... .....
Will ............ .....
History ............ .....
Wl'I0'S Who ...... ......
Old Angus ........ ......
Mirror .............. ......
Prophecy ........................ ......
ADVERTISEMENTS ........ ......
Firsl Row: Alexnncler C. Robinson, Dessa C. E. Laurie, Lewis VV. QTl'LliliSIlHIlli,
.-Xnne Bald:-rslon, Xvulter VV. Hanvilaml, Heaclrnasler. Ruth S. Uoodwin,
E. Nlne Xlyr-rs, Small Lorlgsfrelll, Georgette Harlxinaucl
Svconcf Row: Hillel Nl. Vvllilson, Harris G. HilX'ililllfI. Grave B. Clzlylon, B.
lgilftfillll Cjilfulllfy, JOSCPII x!ill1Silllt, H9lQl1? IDOIHICHY, CiIlill'IPS ISKJCIK,
Xvinwlnm K. Niizsflw, Gertrude Ixlarlin, Alive fxlzlriin, Bertn Hofer, Henry
Y. .'XIlfll'6'XYS, Tlwoclaff- P. Nvilson, Nlury K. Spenrc-
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Iiirsl Row: Hulmert lXlEll'Cz60I'Qf'. lfclwin Caniplwll, nluriel Humln-rl, Rirliarcl
Aslilyrooli, lfgil Plrigzlcler, lJl'f'SlflPI1l. l:ranc'Cs Laurie, llc-rnarcl lillis,
Seronrl Row: Elaine lxlecluslwy, .lean Bvrnlxauni, Evelyn nlillf-r, lfclitlw Nlarquetanfl,
l30l'0llly KitC'll9I1. JCEIDIIP l20lJil1SOl1, l-lPlPl"l X"lPClClill', ,xlltl10l1y AliH'klllO
Tllircl Row: Virginia Vvoostf-r, Patrifia Uoepp. lilizalwtli Stellwagen, Ciillwrl
Nlustin, Franklin Cawl, Wlary Snyclc-r. lflizalwtli Hayes, Rutlu Valentin
l:0lU'llI Row: Doris Driscoll. Ge-ralclinc Rclirig. Natllanif-l Vvinlxclman. ,lemme
CDl'llSlPPll, Joseplm COI1I10ll5', .l0lll1 Nl00ll. ,l0lHl lXll'l.ElllQlllll1. l.l'0I1Zll'Cl llOllIllkll1
Filtli Row: .loan Vvlare. Doris Borclvn. Elizalxctlm Nlatlwws, Elizalwtll fjlivit,
llarriet ljollllxrocl, lxlary Ann SXY?lllllill't. Dora Ann SIM-ts. Helen lferswell
Sixtll Row: .lc-anne Sl'lIl1lTIklClll"l', l.uc'ile Hoxie. 5lary ,lo Hitflxc'oc'li, lyliyllis
VX'oc-rnc-r. Hattie Crystal, Vvylma Golcllwrgf. Alice xxlxluott
ALICE MARGARET ABBGTT
4673 North 16th Street
HHer only ohstacle was the netg
If she conquereel that, she won the set.H
Alice, who has grown up at Friends' Select,
is renowned lor her executive ahility. However,
she will prohahly devote her time to chasing
Helen Vvills lxloociy olli the courts.
l'lnu'r'r Tuhle, ist Horlevy f2, ,1l, 2111, Horlzey fr, jl, ist Basket-
hull Ii, 2, 3, 42, Tennis fr, 2, 3, Volleyball Burl-
minfon, Buselnilf Drrunrnfics, Glee Cluh, "Record" Staff,
Fluss Secretary fl, jl, lunior Prom Conunitiee.
RICHARD LOUIS ASHBROOK
T322 Bryan Street
lxlount Airy, Philatlelphia
A quick, reserved chap is "Dick," whom we
shall long remember as a personitication of the true
Select spirit. He is a sterling glaciiator on the
soccer lielci ancl an ahle scholar in the classroom-
a valuahle asset to our class.
goccer fl, .1l, Drnmuiics, Class Presirlent fli, Vice-Presiilvnl
ffl, URr'corrlu Stull, Vice Presiclenl of College SPHIPIIIPIH.
1019 Delancy Street
'AHaste thee, Nymph, ancl bring with thee
lest, ancl youthlui jollityf'
You. too, can he the lite ot the class. Take
lessons from Jean. Always laughing ancl seeing
the lunny sicie ol things, Jean has lounct school
a joy rather than a task.
lm! Ruffin, jrrl l'l0r'le1'y .jill IIIIFIZPQ'
DORIS ELAINE BORDEN
II24 Walnut Street
HVX7itI1 rings on loner fingers ancl bells on Iwer toes,
Slice slmall Iiave music wlierever slre goes."
"DelJy's" gay clresses, tinliling lmravelets, ancl
giggles Ilave enlivenecl many a dreary lrour for us.
A Hsovialiten ancl lasliion eclitor will slle lne.
fiusnwlir' 'I'r.I,lp. Isl Hnflevy jrrl flzrckey ,itll Hoclaey
fzl, jril Iiuslei-Itmll fl, 32, Tennis "Record" Stuff, Iuninr
Prmn flnrnrniltvv, CITIHIIIHIIOII Dunfo Conunitlev.
ISIS Spring Garclen Street
"Sana mens in sano corporef' 'I-Iris classical
phrase aptly clesfrilmes Egil. Stuclent, athlete, gen-
tleman-tlmis lad is all tllree. VNfl1en tlle HRecorcl"
is forgotten. we sI1alI still rememlner HEggie.H
Soccer fr, 2, 3, H, Buster-IIJUII f2, 5, 4l, Basvlmull fr, 2. 3, 4l,
Class Pwsiilvrnl f3, .1l. Secretary Hculrtranu Stuff,
Henry Bartlett Srlmlxlrsllip.
EDWIN GREENE CAMPBELL
887 Nortll Beectlwootl Street
uNIepI1istopI1eles in a sports coat."
Here is one of ttle swasl1IJucIcling Liggeteers,
one of tile Campbell-Cawl duet samples in
stuclies, sorter, and stage-niclcnamecl 'lsoupyf'
IV.HlIC'IY'D0lII, Soccer f2, 1, ffl, Gler- Club fjl, Dmmutivs fl, 2, j,
4l, UReCorrI" Stuff.
FRANKLIN ROBERT CAWI-, Jr.
0457 Vvoocttmine Avenue
HA man ot intinite jest."
uCrayH is a vatuatbte soccer player and a Ctever
tyusiness man. We tiope ttiat t1is suceess at Select
wilt tottow tiim wtien tie sings "Hail Pennsyl-
llczrteirwg, Srrcfer tl, 'ji VH. Dr czrrrfn tics fl, 3, 42, Gtee Club
,Ml .V ffvlfl swf wt "R 1-f-1,rf I,"
lYNIViiRSI'I'Y Ol" PENNSYLVANIA
JOSEPH MQCLAIN CONNELLY
A rotunct, rottictcing, roistering Cupictg a ptlit-
osoptier ot sportsg a Herrutean attiteteg anct an
executive-att ttiese qualities are in "Joes" mere
200 pounct frame, He is atso an tiot-air artist.
Hof 'Jog Slrmrt, Suffer fl, 2, 3, ft, Hristevltmtt H. pl, t5.lsetJ'1tl
fj, H. XYtlil'I,l'C'9f1IF'llt nf Class funior Prom Cmnrnillve,
Senior pawn CwUlIlllliH1'l',
000.4 Lansctowne Avenue
HSITTEIUIQ, tlappy--wittiout a vare.
Ractiant smite, personatity raref'
MHattie" is always arrompaniect tmy tier merri-
ment, expressed in t1er gay smite. tt one wistws
to tue taugtwect out ot an itt mooct, stie can cto just
Tea Room, rtrclwry Drunmlics, Gtve Ctutn, Grartuntion
140 North 15tI1 Street
HA merry heart maIietI1 a cI1eerIuI c'ountenance."
Doris is a member ot our CIass wI1o makes use oI
study periods, Inut outside of sCI1ooI we Imave our
suspicions Ior so popuIar a girI as sI1e.
FIOu'0r TUIQIQ, .End IIor'Ievy QI, .HI1 H:mr'Ic0y Tennis
.HIL BuSIzetIJuII fji, ISIIIIIIIIITIUII fji, UIQPFOFIIH Stuff, Ch-ff FIUIJ.
IIHIIUF Prom CWOIIIIYIIIIPP, Senior prom Conunilivv,
25 Owen Avenue
"And Iiappy is sI1e wI1o wiseIy Iinows
To use tI1e giIts that Ileaven IJestows.U
HGIOH is our Iuture Isadora Dunran, Sarah
Bernilardt, and INIrs. Siddons. Vvatril for lI1e
Food TaI1Iv, Drmnulics fl, 2, 3, .1I, uR0corzI" Stuff, UCuIzIronH
BERNARD JAY ELLIS
620 Vvest CIiveden Street
Ardent Commentator on p0IitiCaI science, cI1u,Im-
by UTuImIJy,,' I1as tI1e incIoIent air of tI'1e gay man
about town, the critic extraordinary. tile Comic
pIenipotentiary. His j0viaIity wiII be soreIy missed.
Boys' TQIJIP. Drumafics fl, 2, ji.
59 1 0 Cliestnut Street
UA solemn girl witli a golden Isneart,
In Iile SIIGIS made quite a good start."
Harriet possesses E1 reserve and poise that we
all envy. Slie will cIouIJtIess Ire a gravious mistress
ol a rliarming Irome.
fiifl Slum, film, FIHIJ.
MYRTLE NATALIE FOX
451 South 47tIi Street
ublyrtles voralnulnry and oral reading,
Are in Iront ol all otliers, Imers exc'eecIin,q.,'
NIyrtIe's afllalmility will tIwriII tlie nutoqrapli
Iiounfls Irom Ixliami to Quelaec' when sI1e Inevomes
ai titiun-Imirecl star.
I'nmI IuIiI0, jrzl Ilorlwy Drumfllivs.
UNIVERSITY OI-A PENNSYLVANIA
ALICE PATRICIA GOEPP
4047 Pine Street
'KA I1ancI to CIO, a Iiead to plan."
npatn talces the aII around Iwnors Irom Iuoclcey
to I.atin. SI1e will exfel in IiIe as a diplomat.
:si Hnrkvy ij, jl, 2nrI Hnrlevy fl, 2l, ist Bfislwilmll I3, .1l,
:mf RUSIIPIIJUII Vollvylmll. uCrrIcIr0nn Stull. pFPSIlIl'l1I
ol FIIIIPQP SPIIIPIIIPIII, Innior Prom Cninrniffvp, Senior Prom
NNILMA JANE GOLDBERG
0901 Linfoln Drive
Hit is better to ine out oi time worlcl
Tlian out oi lasliionfy
uVVyll" l1as lmriglltenecl up our class witil lwer
rare liumor. Slie expresses llersell lreely ami sel-
clom fails to give iler opinion on a sulbiert.
Cruise Tulrle. Bfltllllillillll, IJl'Ulll1lllf'i fl, 5, 41. ucwflltlflillu Staff,
lunior Prom fwo111l11iHe1'.
K"I'fN'l'tfNAIQY IUNIOR COLLEGIQ
MARTHA t,iI.lZAl5ETH HAYES
H578 Glen Roafl
Ellcins ljarlc, Pa.
UA smile lllilt.S lull ol Clleer ancl praise
nlarlcs our classmate Betty Hayesf,
nlieltyu llas talien part in many scllool aftivities
witll capalmility. Slle is always unclertalcing some'
tiling new anal Llilierent. anal we must not lorget
to mention llftl' interest in clogs.
fios111r'iic' Tul1lv, Isl Hn1'lec'y 21141 Horlcey 11111 Bzlsleel
lmll Sul Huskeilxrlll Volleylnlll, Give filulr, ljmlrmlics.
IN IARY .IO HITCHCOCK
jll Nortll Cliester Roacl
'ivveire sorry slle cliclnit rome long ago:
Xive all lincl a lriencl in lxflary .lofi
Nlary Jo. a newcomer in our class. lmas witli ller
quiet ancl pleasing manner taken ller plate among
us. blay slie attain success at Wilson.
XVI L51 JN
542Q Wynnetielct Avenue
A Court star par exrellenee, Leoimrrl gives
promise ot stellar ability in the wooclen way. His
fapalnle managing ot tl1e HRec'orclH lms tlie aclmi-
ration ot us all.
Ho! Dog Stnnrl, Sorter l3, 42, Busleeflmll li, ,1l, Brisvlmll ll, 3,
41, Tennis Vive-Presicleni of Class lzl, Business Miiriziger
of uI'ZI'l'0l'Il,H fiflltlllfllillfl Dunre fi0Y1ll'Illll00.
"jllQ Nortti iotli Street
t.WhHt6'PT stie cticl, was clone with ease,
ln tier alone, 'twus natural to please."
uLutc't1H is one ol tlle travelers in our rluss.
Her lloolc of memoirs is tilleft witli a variety ot
tllrilling aclventures. Slie stioulrl lie namecl ttle
uelass frienctv' for lier Constant Qooct will.
Tea Room, Zncl Hocleey lj, .Il BlIlllI1iHlOll Ml, Glee Clulr,
Senior Prom Cornrnittve, Drrllnflfies.
scilool. or HOME Ecfowomicfs
MURIEI- CECIL HUMBERT
140 Vvest Baltimore Avenue
uYou clicl your tnit at Friends' Seleft,
Bryn ixlawr will sliow wllat we expert."
Alttiougli ixluriel tins worlcecl lmrcl over tier
studies, one never sees lwer struggling or Complain-
ing of ttle wort: slme lms to clo.
Gift Slmp, 2ml Hnflwy 'jrcl Hnflwy l3l, I3lIlllTIilll0ll, Dramat-
irs, Floss Serrvlrxry f1l, HRer:zr1lH Stull, uf1UlflI'0IlU Stull,
I, Henry Bartlett Sclmlursliip.
HELEIN HILT KERSWELI.
5056 Cattierine Street
ustle worIcs witI1out stlow.
And wittlout pomp presictesf'
I'IeIen,s Iuture Iives in a matI1ematiCaI ctass-
room. Vve see Iier in a proIessor's Cap teaching
the Iminomiat ttieorem.
filmtv TUIQI0, Gtee FIHIL
JOHN FREDERICK KIEFER
M33 Vvest SusqueImnnu Avenue
'U-I-IIKJTGIS somettiing ilIJ0llI ai soIcIier ttml is Q'l'tlI1CI.n
Eyes rigI1tI Ctmin 0utI SOIcIierIy IIOIIH marctles
Iay anct Iris mititary IJearing exrites tI1e envy OI Ilis
CIussmates. Atttlougtl Ile Ims Iaeen witI1in tI1e
ranks Ior 0nIy n year, Ile is il vaIuuIJIe asset to
14123 Snycter Avenue
uDottie's sitent most ot tI1e ftny,
But when stle speaks, sI1e Ims something to say."
NVe're z1II Udottyn about uDoltie," our acuctelnic
NVOIICIBF. SIT? wiII IDFOIJEIIJIY Ili' cIIIilHCII.S
I.um'Ilrorml. lint I'IOL'IePy SHI BrlSIwIIruII tj, .JI Hflitmilltull.
fuIrIrun FIUII. nR0c'orcIH Stun,
3 If NIASTER
FRANCES EBBERT LAURIE
121 County Line Roaci
Bryn Mawr, Pa.
m-I-i'lCI'C,S I10 WiSd0Il'l FI'aI'liCl'l6SS.H
Frannieis famiiiar caii, 'Spay up," Wiii forever
ring in our ears. Her good sportsmanship and sin,
Cere friendship is envieci by aii.
2rui Hockey tj, 4i, 2nd Basketball fj, 41, Hockey Manager Mi,
GIF? Clllll, CNIYISS ,FTGKISIITUT lj, 47, I.lUlCIll'00lTl, HCIUIJTOHU
Staff, HR0corcl" Stuff.
HUBERT MMGEORGE, Jr.
1252 Park Boulevard
Cafnden, N. J.
Anotiler new addition to Seied. Hubert inns
cnrveci ilimseit a piace among ti1e ciass of tidirty-
eigiit. His joiiy Visage anci amusing anecdotes
wiii iong ine rememinereci imy us.
ANTHGNY JOSEPH MARANO
658 Fitzwater Street
Hb IEll'illl0 SCOYGSIU
Tire newspapers often carrieci tilat iine, for
H-iqony" was tide fast-moving, tlarci lighting center
iorwarci wimo Hsparic piuggeciu tiie team to tile
cimmpionsinp. Off tile tieici, iie often astouncis
iximseif and assoeiates iny a pyroteciinic ciispiay of
Hut Dog Sluml, Soccvr fl, 2, 5, H, Buskvttzxiii Busetnaii
304 NVQ-st Seclgewicli Street
Hshe has a tongue at will, ancl yet is never IoucI.H
utfclieu appears to Ime a quiet and moclest young
Iacly. She has, however, a sense ol humor ancl a
most jolly Iaugh.
fwunrly rllrzlrlv, Senior Prom fwonunillee,
.She always worlcs ancl always lriesg
In spite ol worries. she never sighs."
This year utfettyn came to us to spencl her last
year in school. Although nine months is, indeed,
a short time in which to settle one's sell with a
class, she has macle many friencls.
JOHN CORNEI .I US INIcLAUGHI-IN
IQl2 Spring Garden Street
A toast to the Gaelic HDaneU whose capacity
Ivor Icnowleclge WI is unlimited. His versatility in
sports is a source ol envy to us aIIg his imperturha-
Imility is astounrling.
F frf'r'+' r fr. 1, 3. II. Iiuslafllmll ll, 3, 1I, B crsf' Imll fr, 2, 3, 1I,
UI 1,r- Flair, "Rv .-f,r-t I" Stuff.
VNIVERSIIY Olf PENNSYLVANIA
2622 North I7tl1 Street
uirull of pity lor patients Elaine will lie,
Vvlwo would want a more sympathetic' nurse tllan
Elaine leels and understands otllers' troulmles
as mucli as lmer own. As a nurse, slwe certainly
lulfills our requirements.
Tau Room, .Jill Hofrlwy Voiieylmll Drumulics, Ulm' Ciulz,
'ARec'nrri" Stull, frmior Prom CNIJIYIIIUUPP.
Oak Lillie NIHHOI'
Oak lillle. PH.
A follower of Tilespis. a clevotec ol time pen,
ntlirnn is our liope for literary fame. Long alter lmis
footsteps cease to resouncl tl1rougl1 the Corriclors
ol Select, we shall always remember llis Hcalclronu
editorials ancl political views.
IYJFUIIIIIHFS fl, 3, qi, Editor of Hflulilrollf' HReCorclh Stuff.
Q49 Herbert Street
Hlfnergy is eternal cleliglitf'
IF slle lwacl not talcen lier place on time schools
athletic squads, UEvyH woulcl liave macle our lmest
Cheerleader. Sciiool spirit seems to be part ol' ller.
Culecl Talrle, Isl Hocleey fj, H, 21111 Hovlwy fl, 2i, ist Brlslwl-
bali 2111.1 Busleellmll f2, ji, 'jrtl Buskellmli fri, Tennis
f. 2, 3, 41, Buseimll, Barlminton, Vollvylmll, I:fll'I'0SS?
Si'l'YPillY'f' of Girls' A. A., HRPCUHIH Stuff.
JOHN INIARTIN INIOGN
31 penarth Road
A rharacter from the works of P. G. VVocIe-
house is ".IacIc." A gay, gIorious, huhloon, IVIoon,
whose quips often enIivenecI the cIuIIness oI a Iate
Boys' THIIIP, Soccer BusvImII Drrunufirts I2, 41. Assistant
Business Mririrrgyvr of "RecorcI.U Urmtuulion Dance CTOIIIYIITHBP.
H AV ER FORD
GILBERT BARCLAY NIUSTIN, Jr.
The sage of the CIass oI !38 and the Inutt oI
IX'Ioon's Buqoonery is aIso noted Ior his tom-
IooIery. I'Iis CapaI3Ie managing of this specimen
of Iiterature is acImirecI Iay us aII.
Suffer BuseImII I-Immulics I2. H, lfrIiIor of 'ARec,inI,"
Hcilllllfflllu Stuff fj,
IWIAVER I fORD
ELIZABETH MARGARET OLIVIT
6529 North Oth Street
MOH? for all and OU for 0ll,0.n
AIth0ugh uBettyH has onIy Iaeen with us since
Iast year she has Ioecome everyhocIy's puI. What
wouIcI "I:5ettyu cIo without her much treasured Iueer
ISI HoCIeey 2111, Hoekey Gmh Img, Brnhninfun.
JEROME EDWIN ORNSTEEN
16 I 3 Sprufe Street
Hjeromeou is tlie suave, sopliisticatecl, scintillat-
ing satellite: a sartorially, splenclicl strutter. His
lormiclalble array of activities attest to l1is alaility.
Vvlill next year see some lonely soul Wandering
Boysl Tulilv, Sc :4'r7r1n' tj, .ll Buslcellulll fill, Baseball t3' 42.
IJ r'rl liifl 1 ics fl, 2, 3, -ll. Glee Club, nRecorr1" Staff. Vire-
lrosirlen! ol, CIUSS Isl, Treasurer Iunior prom, Committee,
Senior Prom Cunnnillee.
UNIVERSITY or PENNSYLVANIA
4 Kenmore Roacl
Upper Darluy. Pa.
usmile on lier worlc, be to lier merits lcincl,
Anrl to tier faults. wliate,er tliey are, be lolinclf,
"Gerry" lias a vivarious personality ancl a
twinliling smile wliiclsl we all envy. Ancl is slie
tlie lite ol tlie party? Psst-maylue it's lier tl'LlI'lCiI1'.
Punrli Bowl, lJl'llHllllil'S, Crurluulion IYJUIIFP CxUIHlllHfPP.
6704 Lincoln Drive
Ml-lie witticisms tliat Come from Jeanne,
Are wise ancl unexpevtecl, but never meanf,
.leanne is goocl-naturecl. ancl a Qoocl enougli
sport to enjoy otlier peoplels pleasures as well as
Pumli Bowl, l:I0tI'I'l' 'IQUIIIKH Ijflllllllllfllll.
UNIVERSVIY OF MARYLAND
,IEANNE LILLIAN SCHUMACHER
IZSO l.EiIlQ'llillTl AVCIILIC
"ln lolly's rup, still laugflxs tlie lmulnlnle, joy...
uIDLltClln Came tliis year to join us lroin lar oll
Camclen. Sine lias macle liersell at luome with us,
zmcl lias added mucli liumor to our classrooms.
Yuiiulis Tulflv, gurl Hnclevy Drumufifs. Glpe Fluli.
DGRA ANN SHEETS
112 Vvinona Avenue
ull a taslc is onfe laegun,
Never leave it till itvs clone."
Dora Ann lias lveen tlie stabilizing inlluenee
llirougli all tlie eliuotir' struggles ol our class.
finsrimlir Vlvulvlv. Drmnulirs.
MARY LOUISE SNY DER
Q21 Clinton Street
"Laugh while you can: everything has its time."
K'Wl'l-oL1's" merriment lmas made lier years liere
at Seleet quite gay as well as suvvesslul. She
always overlooks lier own troulnles. if slie has any,
ancl is eontentecl.
fiulev Tulrlv. zml Hoelevy fl. fl, jrcl Horlzey jnl Husler-ilmll
fjl. Vollr-'ylrull lunior Prom Conunilhfv.
'iAn hour lor toil ancl two lor sport,
S0 KBet' lincts tile all too short,"
Although "Betty" is still unclecictect ahout what
she will he ctoing next year. we expect to linct her
siding through the Alps at Saint Moritz.
Doll Tutute, ist Horleev lnfl Horlcex' Brulrninlwr.
2127 East Dauphin Street
'Small in stature.
Big in heart."
Having heen here tor twelve years, "Rene" will
always have an alttection lor her Alma lxlater.
She is lightheartecl anct popular. lxoth in school
Doll Tnlzle, jrmt Hocleey 41,1 Hockey
6609 Torresctale Avenue
H-l-he silence, otten ot pure innorenre.
persuactes when speaking tails."
Besides Hvalisn outstancting almility in sports,
her regular attendance at praftifes actcterl much
to her athletic stancting.
Isl Hofleey fi, J, 3. H. lst Busleettrzlll lr. 2. 'j, ll. 'tennis
ll, 2. 3. 711, Busvlmll ft, 2, Sl. Volts-vlrlll. Bmlfnillimi,
lurrrlsse, fientrul Divisirm llzwlwy' Tenn: ulQl'!'Ilf'Cl-V Stull.,
HELEN MARIE VEDDER
1010 Souttn jtitll Street
Mljatience is tier virtue...
Helen is anotlier ot the olcl stanci-lnys ol our
rlass. wtio lms watcllect it grow lrom liltli grucle.
Vve all envy tier curly lovlcs, wtmiclm ctontt neect il
weelcly trip to tlwe lmir-clresseris.
firuuly Tulxle, l3lIJHltHf0ll, funior Prorn cwilllllllttlltll.
55111.15 141e1nE1e No1e1e1s s1'11oo1.
HfNS il lvI'tPY1lt. IIS il IPEICIPT, Sl1C.ll IJP l-ill' illDOVf' Dill..
Besides Joanis attlletic almitity ancl Qoocl sports-
mansllip, stme lms been ax lriemt ancl lencler of ttle
class. Her art worlc is prflisewortlwy.
ist Hoflwy tl, 2, 3. ,1l. lst Brislevtlmll fj, pl, :ml Hrxslwttmil
tr. gl, Buselmll. Vnllvylmull, lslltlllltlltllll. llurmssv, fin-nlrul
l,tl'tSttHl l'tor'lavy Tenn: fi, 2, il. qlii-illniirulvipllizl lg1'N'l'l't'
floss lIl'0StlIUllt tl. xl,
l'YiVlfRFl'l'Y Ulf Ni,-XRYIAND
NATHANIEI. VVILLIAM Vv'INKEl.MAN, .lr.
Slly. solner, silent, stuctious. hxkltllliifsi lms lwen
il leuturecl star in our Select slmow. Pmeneatlw lmis
quiet exterior. we tmve tountt ex QOOCI-l1lllTl0l'PCt unct
Huvs' Tulztv, Druruulirs iz, 3, .pl. filvv fvlulr ij, .1l. Oirlwslm
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PHYLLIS MARY XNGERNER
1831 Chelsea Roacl
West Oalc Lane, Pa.
ull we are out to seelc true lriencls,
Here is one to suit our enclsf,
"Phil" is one of our classmates who was here
twelve years ago when the Class ol thirty-eight
hacl its beginning. Besides always being a lriencl
to everyone. Phyllis is fontinually in a happy
lltlllfll Bowl, 1st Hockey I3, qi, zncl Hocleey Basolmll.
lgllfllllilllllll, Vollvylmll, CIM: fwlulr. HRer:11'clU Stull. luniur
sc'1 iooi- oi-' HoRT1c'1 '1g1'1 wi
VIRGINIA ALICE NVOOSTER
311 North Lansclowne Avenue
Slow anfl easy, never a Care:
Hours aml minutes ever to spare."
Vve aclmire HGinny's" quiet. goocl-humorecl
manner, ancl the way she never leaves a taslc until
it is clone.
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Firsl Row: Xvilliunm Bellrc-ns, fxlnrylnorlon Hunting. Dorothy Siglnnn. Prvsiclwll
Virginia Unix, Iglqll Nlilclon. Alfrf-cl Vvood
Soronrf Row: Rutlm Svllroc-clear, lrliu Sussevillv. Lucy HoH'mun, lic-alrite Phillips
rrlliffl IQOIUI Ci0l15lilIlC'l' CYUQIIHH Fl-IIPOKIOHI Ixlilfqlllxtilllfl, IXQIICS ISFSISII. lii"If'Il
I5l'0lllI9y, Igxilllfll? Xrxrjflllil. lDUI0l'l'S IJHNXIIS
l:OUl'fll IQOUVI ,lflilll Ixlilftill. lililillllqll NIPHTIIS. .IPHII IQPSSIPV. lj0l'iS PCIFIASPII
Fiffll Row: Knllmryn P-Iurrny. Nlnxinv I,iINXllS. Rutll Hroolw. Dorollmy Hayes. Maury
Lllzzllmc-ill .'XrmslronQ. lrcnc- Buoy
Sixllz Row: Noel clvlln Cioppn. Pllyllis Folwell. Allwrl Ruclilz
fairs! Row: Blown, P. l.incliQ. VV. livuns, J. Irwin, H. Sulus. C. Nlonlross
vvonff Row: I.. Uulclnmn, I.. Turner. J. 5l1'Ke-rmziv, l.. He-ssion. Fl. Horam
E. Robinson, R. c:00IJf'l"
fllirrl Row: Bl. .Iom1ll1u11, rx. IJFCIICII, B. Robinson, E. Igl?lClilJlIl'I1. E. Ixlrmcviff
Iourllr Row: D. Vogelgjcfsaluf. VV. Hawke-s. U. Alcxumle-r. A. Siegel, R. Cool
J. Zulifk. Nl. Euslerlnroolc
if Row: R. CJSIJOFIIG. J. Egan, R. Carroll. G. Towvr, Sm'l1ill16l'1. T. l.EllNlI'CI
Sixlll Row: Al. Smith. Xvvinlrzxulm, E. Be-rxmlwi, Rowley. Sinrlivy
l'irSl Row: l.. lgrvinn. R. Befk, B. Sclienlc, A. l-ippi, S. Knin, G. lxlaioriello
H. Kitchen, P. Morris, F. lxlustin
Second Row: A. Vvinlxelman. P. Sl'llXVill'ZYVi-lf'lClC'l'. ixl. Fasfil. N. Klev, .l. Flint,
R. Bromley, F. Smillm, lxililfliif' 1
Tliirri Row: E. Sflllilt. E. Culmrio. J. Sllflllfxf, V. Raltin, l-. Giomi, Nl. Coopzir
Fuurllz Row: R. Ornsivvn. R. Pugliese, J. lxlcarns, H. Clnrlce, F. Slavlc, F. Slncl
Fifth Row: J. Davis, T. lxlegargee, .l. Bull, l. Lovegrove, A. Sloan, .l. Bniezel,
A. Cawl, Nl. Lipsllutz
First Row: Hellncr, lxl. Bull, Long, B. Holland, A. Sussvl, llllis,
W. SDHTIQS, L-. ljllllfklll
Sovoncl Row: .l. Si.-gel, D. Kenyon. A. Galanter, A. lxlustin, l.. Felrlnmn, Nl. Sunil.
Tllirrl Row: Nl, Kulm, B. lxll'l.illlQllliI1, R. Clayton, E. Rolmlu. XV. xV6'il1lJf'fQ
K. Knliclwvslxy, E. Coombs, VV. lfolwcll
Fourllu Row: B. Kinsella, .l. Pile, H. fjgclmm, G. lfurnsiein, E. lxlecluslcey. C. Kaiser
Filllz Row: C. Claxton, l.. Stoops, A. Nlnnlivi, l.. Nlzxyer, l.. Roper, bl. Slllilvr
Sixlll Row: bl. Trippc, lg. Everett, Nl. Ryan, lf. Gnulcl. VV. Smoclg A. Slmw
lp. Pre-llrc-ns, .l. Sponsler
Firsr' Row: P. Be-rnlmum, A. l.ucine, IW. Holland, NI. Gartner, B, Smith
A. DeFlartinis, N. Srhnef
SPFOIICI R0U7I BIOOH1, XKNIEITP, IQCIIYOII, I.. CIQHEI-CTiOppil, W. Ci0pP,
Tlzirfl Row: E. lgler, C. Vnmmpson. L. E'lc'Cf1rH1y, J. Gill, J. Vwfare, J. Spence
Fourlll Row: P. Evans, C. Cooke, C. Vvillianms, K. Gordon, XV. Chorni, I.. XEVVPUI
stein. J. Gulnmn
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Firsl Row: ,lames Nlesirow, Gillwrf Nlusiin. Eclilor-irl-Chief. .loan VVMP. Frank
Cawl, flrl lwanagvr. ,laflc lxloun, Assislunl Business Ml1llflfjC'l', lrormrcl Holl-
Hlilll, Business Nlunugor, Betty Olivit. Assisiani Azluvriising lwanuger
Svronrl Row: Doris Borclen, lxluriel Humlx-rl, Dorolliy Kitcllen, lirlwin Cmnplwll,
Dick fxSlll7I'00li. Alive Almlmolt. .lolm lxlflilllgllllll, Franfvs l.iIUl'if', .lcrry
Urnsh-1-n, ljllyllis XrN'l0i'I'l1?I', Doris lgorclcn. Ruilr X!kll0I1lll1, Evelyn Nliller
Firsf Row: Ririmrci Cjsimrne, James Wivsirow. Eciilor-in-Cfnivf. Ririmrci Asiiixrooii,
.ioan Vwiare. Patricia Coepp, Prrfsiffvnf of College Svlliemeni. Giilwri ixiusiin
Svvonci Row: Aiircci Vvooci, ixiurici Hurniwri. Gloria ifiisvrgjiiln, ifrnesl iierlnniwi,
Piiyiiis Foiwcii, Egii Brigacier, iwinry Eiizainelil Armstrong, FFillll'PS i.illll'if',
Niurymorton Bunting, Doroiiwn Harvey. Virginia Daix
CALDRON STAFF AND
COLLEGE SETTLEMENT CDFFICERS
ron! Row: .lolln lxlflllllgllllll, Frunlalin Cowl, liclwin Cznnplmell, lfgil lfrigucler
Cupicxin. Joseplw Connelly, Jerome Ornsteen, Tony lxlarano
GCOIIII IQOIUI l.f"0llill'Cl H0lLl'l1lilll, lilNVilI czilllld, .IEllD6S lI'XVlll, .lilfli x'l00l1, lDElll2l5
Rowley. Tom lilllilfil, Dick Aslmlmrooli. Cillmerl Nlusfin, Couch Goyf-ite
LVVAYS a contender, hut never gaining the title oi lnteracademic Champions
since 1924, Selects valiant squad of drihhlers swept everything helore them
this year to capture that long-sought-lor honor.
The team opened the season with six practice games helore meeting any ol its
opponents in the lnterac League. Three ol these games were in Selectys lost
column as Coach Goyette shifted the players around to find a winning comhination.
Our lvirst league game was with Penn Charter, a team always sure to have a
strong defense. For nearly an hour Selects mighty olilense was scoreless, until, in
the closing minutes ol' the llray, Joe Connelly, IQS pound hall haclc, sent a terrific
shot hetween the Charter goalies outstretched hands and the cross har to win
The second league game was with Germantown Friends, our hitterest rivals.
and the team mainly responsihle lor lceeping us in second place for so many years.
The entire team went on the offense in this game and overwhelmed the Germantown
aggregation. The few times they penetrated our territory, the defense quicldy
smothered any attempt ol theirs to score. The final score was 4 to 0.
Haverford School, a team rated hy the rest ol the league to deleat us, was
our third opponent. For the llirst tive minutes, Select was unahle to penetrate
deeply enough into Haverl'ord's territory to score and had all it could do to heat
oil their determined assault on our goal. Then Tony lVlarano, Selectys diminutive
center forward, drove an untouchahle pivot shot past the astonished Haverford
goalie. Confident of its ahility to score. and trusting the defense to hold. Select
relaxedg not much hut just enough to allow Haverford to slip one past Holllman,
our agile goalie. With the score tied, the Select passers redouhled their elllorts
and went on to win hy the score ol 4 to 2.
Episcopal Academy had no chance at all against Select, and at the final
whistle the score stood 7 to 0 in our favor.
The last game of the season was with Friends' Central. The team could not
get started until the second quarter, when it went on a scoring spree and netted
Coach Vvilhur Goyette deserves much credit for halancing his squad in a
manner that netted twenty-one goals in league competition against the opponents,
two. The chief reasons for Select's tight defense were the agile goal tending ol
Hollman, considered the hest goalie in the league, the powerful clearance lciclcs
of the lullhaclcs, Cawl and Grnsteen, a smooth working comhination, and the time
olllensive and defensive play ol the hallhaclcs, Lanard, Connelly, and Ashhroolc.
The forward line consisted ol lrwin and Camphell, fleet Wing men, with lVlcLaugh-
lin and Captain Brigacler at the inside herths and Tony Marano at center. Other
hoys who played sound soccer and contrihuted their share to hringing Friends'
Select its championship are lVlustin, lVloon, Rowley, and Gould.
Frou! lo Burle: Evelyn lxlillvr, Ruilm Valentin, Doris Paorclen, Nlnry Snyder. ,loan
Xvure, Capfuin, Betty Olivit, Betty Stellwugvn, ,lean lxlartin, Plwyllis xX'7OCl'll9l
Alive Almluotl. Plmyllis Folwell
EGARDLESS ot Miss Deublerls persistent and steady coaching, the hoclcey
team tell into a decided slump. We opened our season by losing to Moores-
town Friends' by the score of 6-0. We were then defeated by Springsicle, who
scored tive goals to our one, which was made on a corner shot by Phyllis Vvoerner.
A third deteat was encountered with Stevens, as they triumphed over us with a
score ot' 5-0. However, the girls became 'more determined when they met Abington
Friendsy. An opening goal was made by Betty Qlivit in the tirst halt, which was
followed by two more goals from Ruth Valentin and Evy lVliller in the second
period. Alter this victory, the team confronted Friends' Central with a lot more
hopeg however, our forward line was unable to score, while our opponents suc-
ceeded in putting six goals into our cage. It was not until the Holman game that
the team clicked. Miss Deubler tried a new arrangement by placing Alice Abbott
as full-back with Patty Goepp, Jean Kessler as right wing, and Lib Mearns as
center forward. The combination proved successful, when, in the tirst hall, four
goals were made by Lib lxflearns, Evy Miller, and Ruth Valentin, who contributed
two of the points. A pouring rain did not interfere as we went baclc in the second
halt to gain a 5-0 victory on an additional goal by Evy Miller.
The best and most exciting game of the season was against Westtown, always
our greatest rival. The girls had a strealc of determination, since this was the last
hoclcey game in which many ot them would defend Friends, Select. The match,
while beautifully played, was hard fought throughout. For the tirst time, We
really cooperated. The line, consisting of Jean Kessler, Ruth Valentin, Lib Mearns,
Evy Miller, and Phyllis Vvoerner, fought diligently, and was excellently backed
with brilliant plays by hall-baclcs Doris Borden, Jean Martin, and Dotty Hayes.
Fullbaclcs Alice Abbott and Patty Goepp played as they never did before in
blocking the line ot the opposing team. At the end of the tirst halt, the score still
remained 0-0. However, early in the second period, the deadlock was broken when
Evy Miller scored. ln the course ot the game, Captain Joan Ware, our slcilltul and
consistent goalie, made several outstanding plays, and by exceptional playing pre-
vented many shots from going over the line. However, in the last few seconds
before the tinal whistle, our opponents succeeded in driving in one goal. This
ended our season with a 1-1 tie.
Although many ot the team graduate this year, there will still remain plenty
of good material, and we wish the best of luclc to Miss Deubler and next year's team.
irsl Row: ,lolm ixlflilllglllill. ,losepli Connelly. l.f'0l1Ell'd HOH'mnn, Cwlllifllill
,lvrome fjrnsteen, Egil Brigmlvr
UFOIICI IQOUVI FXHHIOIIX NIHHIIIO, NNIFIHCI' IEVEUIS, CCJill'll CZIJYFUG
Virsf Row: lDOl'0fllE'il Hnrvcy, .lf'illl Kcsslvr. Doruflly Hayes, ljllyllis Fulwell. Alirc'
Ablmoli. lfvelyn fxliller. Rutll Valentin
vvonfl Row: Cllrislinf- lfrmintrout, .lczm lxlariin. lxlarymorlon Bunting. Frances
l,nu'ic. Qjllklfll lD9l,ll3lf'l". lflizuluf-ill Nlearns, Patricia Coe-pp. Captain, Dorotliy
Kitflwn. loam Vvnrc'
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VVe, the Ciass of IQ38, oi the Frienfisi Seieft Schooi, professing
to he oI sane and I9riIIiant mind anci of sound and energetic hociy cio
hereby maize, puhiish, anci cIet'Iare this to he our last will anci testa-
ment, revoking and annuiiing all other wills hy us marie:
To Frientis' Seievl Sfhooi we Ieave the memory oi a IoyaI
and progressive ciass.
To the t'Iass oI IOSQ we Ieave the tasic of Carrying on anti
equaiing our woric.
To the student hociy in generai we Ieave a Care-worn, gray-
haireti Iavuity, with the prerequisite that saici Inociy cause
no serious shocics or apopiertic' stroices hy cioing too much
To IVIaster Harris-A cieiightiui year of student programs.
To Tearher Berta-A Iarge Iunci roiiected Irom the gum
Chewers for the InIantiIe Paralysis Drive.
To IVIaster VViIIaur--Another Championship Team.
To I'IeIen Bromiey-Jean Bernhaumis Latin ahiiity.
To Beth IVIiIcIon-patty Goepp,s poise.
To Dorothea I'Iarvey-Betty SteIIwagen's naturai compiex-
To IVIarymorton Bunting -1 Frannie Laurieis mercenarv
To Libby Mearns.-Geraldine Rehrigis figure.
To Phyllis Fnlwell!Rutla VaIentin's agility.
To Beatrice Phillips-Elaine lVleeluskey's matter-of-factness.
To Ruth Srlirnerler-Dnris BorcIen's liyeliness.
To Jean Martin-Jaan Ware's awareness.
To Dorothy Sigman r- Heien KersweII's mathematicai
XVII. To HGina" Daixf-lxluriel Humherfs quickness.
XVIII. To Kay iwurray--Evy Miller's coyness.
XIX. To Connie Coane-Dorothy Kitchens ambition.
XX. To Iwi-lry Elizaheth Armstrong-lxflary Louise Snyder's
XI. To Teddy lxflarquetandr-Betty Oliyit's worldliness.
XXII. To the Pincus Girls-Gloria Eslcergian,s independence.
XXIII. To Dottie Hayes-Wylma Goldhergys gliloness.
XXIV. To Doris Peterson-Irene Teyssier's hair.
XXV. To Ruth Brooke-Alive Ahhottgs assurance
XXVI. To Lui-y Hoffman-Leonard Hotfman's line.
XXVII. To Agnes Brieshi-Hattie Crystals style.
XXVIII. To Lelia Sasseville-Lueile Hoxie's Iaoy friends.
XXIX. To Blanche Wood-Egil Brigadens manner.
XXX. To Christine Ermentrout-Betty Hayes' quietness.
XXXI. To Albert Raditz-Bernard Ellis' figure.
XXXII. To Irene Bany-Joe Connelly's small talk.
XXXIII. To William Wilkes-Gilheri lVIustin's r eser ve
XXXIV. To Alfred Wood-Tony lVlarano's lingo.
XXXV. To Bill Behrens'-Jerry Urnsteenys swagger.
XXXVI. To Noel della Gioppa-Iaelt lVloon's humor.
We make, nominate, and appoint Ben and Carl to he the execu-
tors of this our last will and testament with the earnest hope that
they will neither lilrh, pilfer nor purloin anything from a Class which
has passed into oblivion.
In witness whereof, we have hereunto set our sign this Qth day
of June, Anno Domini nineteen hundred and thirty-eight.
The Class of Nineteen Hundred and Thirty-eight.
Act I-Scene I-Place F. S. S.,-Time 1935-Principal Characters-
President ..,..................,...............,..........,........... Joan Ware
Vice President ...... ....... J oseph Connelly
Treasurer ............... ............ B etty hfiorton
Secretary ................... ....,........... A lice Abbott
Supporting Cast ....................... ...... R emaining Students
The scene opens with a ciass meeting, each member of which is raising his
voice higher than that oi' his neighbor, white trying to put in a good word for his
candidate. When the action dies we notice that we have a good many new
This scene, more exciting than the last, is to determine the model ring tor the
ciass. Quite an argument arises as some want a plain styieg others want a seal.
After much dispute, it is decided that each may have his preference and all is
calm as the curtain tails.
Act H-'Scene i-Place F. S. S.-Time 1936-'Sound'--Ladies Gossiping-
President ................... .... .... ..... ......... R i c h ard Ashbrook
Vice President ...... ........ L eonard Hoffman
Secretary .......... ...Y .... P a tricia Goepp
Treasurer ......... ............................................ VV iibur Rusk
As the curtain rises, we see a group of mothers, teachers and students having
tea. The atmosphere is cheerful and friendly. As the clock strikes six, the last
guests are leaving. The curtain fails on a successful afternoon.
Scene H-Time-last week in January--Place-Room 21-Atmosphere,-GLOOh'iii
At this point the class hopes for the long delayed brainstorm. Our first
examination papers are handed to us by Cheerful Master Alex. Fingernails are
bitten to the last degree, handkerchiefs are torn and headaches bloom forth. After
a period of about two hours the curtain fails as we stagger out of the room.
Act iii-Scene i-Piace-Cvym-Time-1957-Sounci-Laugbter
Action begins with a Haiioweien Party given to us by tbe Seniors. Tide
Facuity joins tile Seniors in making tile party a great success. A speciai feature
is a candy corn-feeding by two members of time Facuity. The curtain iaiis as every-
one is sbouting uGooci-Nigiitfg
Scene ii-Piace-Assembly Room--Time-After severai weeics of recuperation-1
Presicient ....,........ .................... E gii Brigadier
Vice President ....,.. ........ J erome Ornsteen
Secretary '..........,.. ......... A iice Abbott
Treasurer .....,....................,........................... Frances Laurie
uAnci1ors Aweigbu-Creates tiwe atmospiiere for tilis scene as tile siwip casts
anciior and aii come aboarci for our first prom. Fuii of determination anci excite-
ment, tile ciass cooperates to maize tilis nauticai affair a great success.
Act IV,-Scene i-dTime-1958-Sound-Bagpipe music-Piace'-Scotianci-
Presicient .......... ........................................... E gii Brigadier
Vice President ......, ...... R icbard Asbbrooic
Treasurer .......... ........ F rances Laurie
Secretary ..........r..............,.,........................ iViuriei Humbert
All is gay as tbe curtain is rising on our Scotcil Fair. With ixfiaster Waiter
as tbe beaci of time Higbianciers anti Mrs. Ciayton as tile iieaci of tiie Lowianciers,
we fiance the Higiiianci Fiing rigiit past our goai of 31.000,
Scene ii-Time'-Same-Piace'-Assembiy Room-Sound,-'Uingie Beiisn
Mucii chatter anci iaugbter is bearci as the curtain rises on our Senior Prom.
The strains oi George Summer's Orchestra tail on our ear as we basten to join tile
otiiers on time fiance fioor.
se :ze :ze av as
We stiii ilave aileafi of us tile Mothers' Entertainment, Master Vvaiteris Tea,
Commencement foiioweci by tile Graduation Dinner and Dance.
Who is the most honored and revered person
in the school?
lxflaster Walter, with Teacher Ruth and
lxflrs. Laurie second.
Who is the most popular fellow?
Who is the most popular girl?
Who is considered the handsomest fellow?
Hoffman hy the hoys, and Brigader hy the
Who is the prettiest girl?
Who is the most athletic fellow?
The Big Three--Brigader, Connelly, and
Who is the most athletic girl?
Who thinks he is most athletic?
Winlcelman, he even tried checkers.
Who wears the largest hat?
Who is the hest student?
Dorothy Kitchen, with Helen Kerswell
Who thinks he is the hest student?
lwustin--hess not far from wrong either.
What is the favorite pastime?
Holding hands, Connelly voted lor eating
Who is the hest politician?
Connelly, he voted for himself.
Who is the worst politician?
Who tells the biggest fish stories?
lxflaster Alex, watch out or the goblins will
Who is most given to argument?
Master Joe-he even argues with himself.
Who is the greatest larlylzitler?
Tie hetween lvlesirow and Campbell.
Who is the class Baby?
Who is the most gentlemanly?
Who is the most ladylilze?
Who has the longest reach?
Alice Ahlaott, her tennis strolce.
What is the favorite magazine?
Tie hetween Esquire and Vogue lthere
were two votes lor Cliclci.
Who is the hest orator?
Qrnsteen, he's a Democrat.
Who thinks he is the hest orator?
Cawl, he's a Republican.
What is the favorite hook?
Forsyte Saga. l-l-he Campfire Girls and
The Rover Boys each received three votes.,
Wliich boy will marry first?
Connelly, lout we donlt lcnow why.
Whicli girl will marry first?
Wylma Jayne Goylclheyrg-she hopes.
Who is the best dressed boy?
Hoffman, Ornsteen second, Connelly gets the
Who is the hest dressed girl?
Who is the most original?
What is the advice to the Iuniors?
Dont stand in the hallway.
Old Angus was ioneiy. He stood on the dock with his hig plaid suit case
heside him, and looked around. He wondered why all the passengers and the
other people on the dock stared at him. it couidnyt he hecause of his iciits and
hagpipe. All the Mactavishes, and the Stewarts, and the Campheiis, too, dressed
as he did. And that hagpipe-why, that was his finest possessioni But everyone
around him was dressed diiierentiy,-just as the people were dressed that time he
had gone down to Edinburgh. And they kept gaping at him and smiling to each
other. iwiayhe they were laughing about his ciothes. But this was his finest
outiit. He'd worn it specially to come to the hig American city. He!d wanted to
show the Americans how fine he could dress: and they were laughing at him.
Angus grew red with humiliation and rage. Uncle Andrew was Wrong. Andrew
had said these Americans were friendly people, kind to strangers. Andrew had
heen to America once and he had told Angus all ahout it. Angus was young then,
hut he'd resolved then end there to go some dey to ihei wonderful eouniry hirn-
self. He was an old man now, hut here he wus. And he was ell alone.
Old Angus wsllred up ihe street. frightened hy the iell buildings and loud
noises, and sed at ihe amused grins end whisperings of ihe people about him.
He suddenly wished he wos beck in the Highlands. Why hnd he ever rorne
here? They didn't want hinil Scotland wus rorley und harren, bui he hed friends
there who loved hirn. She was cold ond she didn't have cities like this one, hut
he wes with his people. The youngsters always liked old Angus hetter than
anyone in the village. And here nobody wanted hiin. "My hes.ri's in ihe High-
lnnds-" Aye, old Robbie was right! The big buildings seemed to close in ahout
him. and he couidn't see ihe people hecause his eyes were blurred.
Angus kept on. He came to si big briek building wiih s high well around ii.
He wns passing ii by, when he glanced in. And in the window he saw-no, it
couidn,t bei But there it was-fa iittie Scotch iassie with iciits, and cap perched
coclcily on her head. By St. Andrew! was he dreaming? He set down his suit-
case and hagpipe, and slowly put his hand to his face and strolced the little white
stubble at his chin. Could this really he? Or was his mind playing tricks on him?
Aye, he was dreaming. But loolct A iittle lad, dressed lilce the lassie in the
window and Angus himself, ran up the steps into the door. Angus didn't hother
to puzzle or think. He just rushed up that wallc and through the door. He
walked up some more steps and into a large room. But Angus lvlactavish paused
on the threshold. And a smile spread across his face from one ear to the other.
For there, in that room, was a little Scotland. Over the doors were two huge coats
ot arms, one oi Scotland, the other ol heloved Britain. And lads and lassies were
all about the roomg some oi them hehind counters, piled high with Scotch wares.
Here were neclcties with plaids ot different clans: the Campbells, the lwacgregorsi-1
how was old lady lwiacgregons rheumatism?-the Wlacaulays, the Nlacdonalds. No
matter the feud with the lxfiacdonalds any more. No matter that lwlactavishes were
taught irom the cradle to reach tor their rifles at the sound of the name lvlacdonald.
They were from his country, and that was all that mattered. And here were scones
and toliee. And over on another counter, spreading out proudly, were heather and
Angus hustied around, smiling at the youngsters, touching, sampling, huying.
Angus forgot the hostility of the city. He forgot everything except the fact that he
was no longer alone. it his eyes were wet, they were wet with joy.
They tell us, even now, oi how, at the end of that fair, an old Scotchman,
smiling and murmuring in the thiclcest ot dialects, had to he lnorcihly put out of the
building. And they tell us ot how he picked up an old hagpipe and a battered
plaid suit case and marched happily down the street, gaily whistling snatches of
airs from Loch Lomond and Auld Lang Syne.
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MOIC ASSUFZIHCC T0
Of No Conseq
PHILADELPHIA, PA. THE FUTURE, A. D.
Classmates Keep Rendezvous 'with Fate
THE EVENING TIMES THE MORNING INQUIRER Stars in Many Fields f'ullfxd
func 10, 1954 Tumdm, Jm,m,,.,, S From Former School Group
Today While hunting butter-
flies, Miss Muriel Humbert,
widely known butterfly col-
lector and entomologist, caught
one of an almost extinct spe-
cies. The insect is called a
Dodo-or Flit-wit-fly tD6lllQl1S
Lepidopteraj. It is so named
because of its peculiar habit of
frightening enemies by pre-
Miss Frances Laurie resign-
ed her position on the Bureau
of Municipal Research. Miss
Laurie has been of great assist-
ance in the work of levying
taxes, but recently announced
her engagement to a prominent
THE EVENING NEXYS
AY117'L'l1lI7UI' 2, 1055
The newly built train, de-
signed by Mr. N. Winkleman,
on its first run collided with a
car at a very 'dangerous cross-
ing. The train was derailed
and crashed down a steep em-
bankment. Mr. Jerome Orn-
steen, at the risk of his life,
obtained excellent shots of the
THE PUTTSTOXVN POST
Miss Lucile Hoxie, a Social
Service worker, and Miss Dora
Sheets, lecturer on Social
Studies, WeI'e hit by a truck
while driving along Willow
Last night was the opening
night for the new Colossal
Theatre. The play "Winged
Robin", by Miss Gloria Ekser-
gian, was a great success. Miss
Gloria Eksergian, a famous
dramatist as well as a veI'y tal-
ented actress, herself played
the part of Jen, the heroine.
She was well supported by an
excellent cast. Among the
celebrities present were Miss
Doris Borden, Edwin Campbell,
dashing Broadway play-boy,
and Miss Jean Bernbaum, I'e-
cently returned from l1er excit-
ing world cruise.
THE SQUA IVKTUXVN
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Mesirow New Editor
Today Mr. James Mesirow,
well-known journalist, became
the new editor of The Squawk-
town Republican. Mr. Mesirow
is a personal friend of Mr.
Frank Cawl, advertising man-
ager, who thinks the paper is
indeed fortunate to have such
a man at its head.
THE FLEDGLING INSTITUTE
The highlight of this week
will be an interesting and in-
structive lecture on Chemistry
by Dr. R. Ashbrook, aided by
his competent technician, Miss
Cosmopolita, Jan. A. D.-It
was learned from a reliable
source today that the one-time
members of the class of '38 at
Friends' Select School, urban
Philade1phia's famed seat of
learning, had unanimously de-
cided to become famous for
something. A wide choice was
apparent in the fields selected,
though few displayed interest
in the fields of quackery, hy-
pocrisy, or pseudo-science.
THE MORNING INQUIRER
July 7, 1040
Big Plane Crashes
The "Silver Streak" crashed
here in the Philadelphia air-
port this morning a few hours
from San Francisco, Calif. Two
of the thirty-six passengers
were killed and eight seriously
injured. Among the injured
are the pilot, Anthony Marano,
and the hostess, Miss Wylnia
Goldberg, who has Inade six
hundred trips. Among the
more fortunate who escaped
with cuts and bruises are Miss
Harriet Foulkro-d, Miss Eliza-
beth Mathews, Miss Mary Jo
Hitchcock, Miss Mary Louise
Snyder and Miss Patricia
Goepp, well known in Philadel-
phia circles, and Myrtle Fox,
sparkling ballet dancer.
THE EGGTOWN EXTRA
Yesterday the engagement of
Miss Hattie Crystal was an-
nounced at a tea given by her
THE FUTURE, A. D. YEARLY PROPHECY PAGE TWO
New Orchestra in Town
Gilbert Mustin's orchestra,
the most listened to one in the
country, stopped here today on
a tour of the larger cities. It
will be at the Swing Club for
a few days.
Mr. Joseph Connelly was
made manager of the Steam
Shovel Corps at the new sky-
scraper. He finds it easier that
Tonight at the Opera Miss
Edith Marquetand, coloratura
soprano, will appear in Verdi's
An excellent exhibition of
eccentric dancing was given by
Miss Geraldine Rehrig last
night in Smithfield Hall. A
large audience was in attend-
ance and her performance met
with great enthusiasm.
THE FRIENDS' SELECT
There is now a weekly tour
to Northern New Zealand con-
ducted by Miss Jeanne Robin-
son, an alumna. Miss Robinson
is very well acquainted with
that country and is an interest-
Mr. Jack Moon, who assists
Master Arnold Todd as Latin
teacher, was found throwing
erasers with a student. He
claims he was showing the stu-
dent the "right technique",
having caught the boy throw-
ing them a moment before.
THE HILLVILLE HERALD
January 5, 1960
Today Bernard Ellis won his
big business battle against A.
T. Smithkin, his hard-lighting
Good evening, Ladies and
Gentlemen. This is station
I.C.U. speaking and John
Kiefer bringing you the high-
lights in news of today.
FLASH!! Alice Abbott
smashed a victory today over
the Polish tennis star. Ruth
Valentin and Evelyn Miller,
two well-known figures in the
field of sports, won the doubles
tournament. Ruth also carried
off the All America Sports
award this year. It certainly
looks good for the U. S. A. in
the Women's Open Tourna-
FLASH!! Hubert McGeorge,
representing Philadelphia, will
meet Joe Slavky, wrestler from
New York, tonight to decide
the Amateur Wrestling Cham-
pionship. McGeorge says this
is his last time on the mat, as
he has other interests.
NEWS FLASH! Dorothy
Kitchen, the explorer, adrift
for four months on an ice floe
in Antarctica, with her com-
panions, was rescued a few
This is John Kiefer saying
good-night and hoping our reg-
ular announcer, Joan Ware,
will be back with us tomorrow.
THE FEATHERHILL FLASH
May 20, 1953
A fire broke out this morn-
ing at 10:00 A. M. in Miss
Phyllis Woerner's kinder-
garten. It was quickly extin-
guished. Miss Elaine McClus-
key, a nurse at the new hos-
pital, treated the children for
Tl-IE MORNING LEDGER
April 8, 1951
One of the surprises of to-
day's game came when Leonard
Hoffman, with the highest bat-
ting average in the league, was
struck out by Pitcher Egil
Brigadier, whose hoops and
curves for once proved too
much for Hoffman.
Mr. John McLaughlin was
admitted to the bar today be-
cause of his remarkable talent
in that Held. He is known to
be very active and interested in
The new Public Library, with
Miss Helen Vedder in charge,
Miss Elizabeth Stellwagen
was recently appointed as the
new history teacher, and Miss
Helen Kerswell as mathematics
teacher in the Bedant School
in Wharton, Delaware.
The former Irene Teyssier
celebrated her tenth wedding
anniversary last night by a
large dinner at her home.
The new program starring
Doris Driscoll and Jean Schu-
macher, popular songsters,
starts at 9:30 tonight.
Miss Betty Hayes was ap-
pointed head of the Woman's
Club yesterday. She is very
active in this work and we're
sure she'll meet with success.
Lucille Stoddart Saturday Night Assembly, Merion Tribute House, 1938
YUU QM G0 THRU LIFE WITHOUT LEARNING T0 DANCE!
...but who wants to? The keen young generation realizes what a social asset and source
ot enjoyment knowing how to dance really well can be. lt is the basis of poise, charm
and graciousness ol manner.
Lucille Stoddart, internationally-recognized instructor of dance teachers, features ballroom
deportment as well as the most fashionable dance steps-a combination essential to any-
one who wishes to be well trained in this social art.
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who look ahead and determine to save for a definite
object have the satisfaction of seeing their wishes
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