Glen Nor High School - Kings Highway Yearbook (Glenolden, PA)
- Class of 1955
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Text from Pages 1 - 108 of the 1955 volume:
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Puhhshed hy. .
Mr Robert B Wert
The Class of 1955
"Absolute freedom of the press to discuss public questions is a foundation stone of American
liberty." fllerbert llooverj We, the Seniors of Glen-Nor High School, hereby dedicate the 1955
CHIEFTAIN to the freedom of the press.
"Where dwells the man that dare suppress
The noble freedom of the press?
Sure, he who would attempt the thing,
On Haman's gallow ought to swing."
Frcdlt I ITIL
Prcs and Vue Pres
Board of Dlrcntors
AdV1 sory Board
Pcopln ID the Ngwr,
To the Class of 1955
As the months have passed and the goal of
graduatxon approaches to WIIIG a trlbute to the
class seems to place a seal of f1nal1ty to the
relat1onsh1p of sponsor to the members of the
class Th1s has been a r1ch exper1ence to know
the boys andg1rls mtlmatelyoutsldeoftheclass
room lt IS not w1thout personal sorrow that th1s
bond IS dlssolved The umty of the class must
pass also But as each of you goes to your sep
arate dcstmy may you carry w1th you the mem
orles of our work together and the prestlge of
Glen Nor whlch you have helped to bulld There
fore 1n dcepcst s1ncer1ty we say to you the
best of success ln your every endeavor and God
Frances H Blester
To the Class of 1955
Congratulatlons and best wlshes to the Offl
cers and members of the Class of l955 who
worked so hard to make our class orgamzatlon
a success Your efforts were not ID va1n The
satlsfactxon that IS experxenced when we have
done our share and a l1ttle more IS a feelxng
that not everyone experlences
As you leave our school bear 1n mlnd that
thls same feel1ng can be experlenced 1n every
day hfe outslde the school You w1ll fmd the old
adage You get out of l1fe just what you put mto
xt IS stlll very true
The lessons 1n cooperatxon self control en
thuslasm honest effort klndlmcss humxllty and
respect for the r1ghts of the other fellow whzch
I slncerely hope you have learned can be a flrm
foundatlon upon whlch each member of the Class
of 55 can bu1ld a successful llfc You may not
become a m1ll1ona1re but you w1ll dtsplaythose
character tralts whlch your fcllow man cannot
deny are the truc gauges of success
J Stanley Landls
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PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT
Greetlngs to you members of one of the smallest
classes to graduate from Glen Nor laven though you
are lackmg ln number you have proven the old adage
that good maternal comes xn small packages
The com1ng year promxses to be a year of dest1ny
for you as well as for Glen Nor Your school promlses
to become b1gger and better May you also prosper
As you Jom that select group known as alumm en
deavor to remam steadfast 1n your purpose The door
of opportumty will always be open to you Use every
means avallablc to learn more ln your chosen f1eld 1n
order that past successes may be but the prelude to
a more successful future
As you travel along the hlghway of1nsp1rat1on may
you have sweet recollectlons of happy days of youth
spent at Glen Nor May the helghts 1n the Country of
AfTlblElOI1 1nsp1re you to stay always on th1s traveled
hlghway marked w1th the guldeposts of honcsty and
fellcxty wh1ch are always followed bv those ofsucccss
As you go forth remember
Reputatlon IS sometimes as wxde as the horlzon
The hlgh school 1s bcgmmng to bc regarded as an
1nst1tut1on deslgned to serve the cducatlonal needs of
a per1od of lmfe of all voung peoplc rather than a
cumulatlve step ln tht cducatlon for a selected few
Greater adjustmen s to1nd1v1dual capatltlcs for learn
1ng wxll be necessary and thc formalltv of thc present
program must be modxfled to mcet 1nd1v1dual needs
lt lb llkely that the hlgh school of the future w1ll be
more closely connected w1th thc l1fe ofthc Communlty
You the members of the class ofl9o5 are movmg
to meet a beckomng world You wxll soon Jom wlth
others who havc graduated from Glcn Nor Hxgh School
and Wlfh them become the Lltlzens of tomorrow upon
whose shoulders w1ll rest thc dcstmy of acommumty
a state and a natlon ln thc splrltof honesty humlllty
and truth serve your fcllowmcn and yourself w1th
'IUSEILC and mercy For he who makcs glfts to his gen
eratlon IS the one who llvcs works and glVLS of hls
best so that h1s fcllowmcn along wlth hxm may have
l1fe and have IE morc abundantly
J A Rcnnard
when character IS but the pomt of a ncedle Cjcdln Nor lhgh Skhool
Character is what one really lb
reputatlon what others belneve h1m to be
Russell E Bamberger
BOARD UF DIRECTORS
Davxd Thomas, Jr
Eugene Cochrane James S Dlckson
Paul Henry Margaret Martm
Weston C Overholt Allred M Peterson
Charles R Moore
John H Founds
Robert B Neave
Charles W Nulf
Byron Warner Ralph L Rogers
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Marian H Baillie
Women s Hospital of Phil
adelphia R N West
Chester State Teachers
Co ege B School
Frances H Biester
University of Pennsylvan
ia, B F A Pennsylvania
Museum of Industrial Arts
Science, Sponsor of the
Class of '55
IENT B rly
niv sity ofjgexas, BS
J Phillip Blessing
West Chester State Teach
ers College, B S , Umver
sity of Pennsylvama, M. S
Mathematics Public Re
Oh, no, what s wrong with you'7"l 'George's vertabrecostal "
Mildred H Cox
Rider College, B C S
Office Practice and Cleri
cal Training Junior Busi
Bucknell University, B.S.,
Temple University, Li-
brary Science, Librarian.
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Howard W Cunningham
Temple University, B S
Bucknell University M. S
Health Education, Physical
Education, Football Coach
A. Jackson Earley
Temple University, M. Ed.,
Drexel Institute, B. S. C.,
Bookkeeping, Typing, Bus-
iness Math, Faculty Mana-
ger of Athletics.
Barbara J Fmcke
Plattsburg State Teachers
College, B S , Junior High
Home Economics Junior
High Science lndianettes
Harry D Fricker
Millersville State Teach
ers College, B S Indus
trial Arts, Baseball Coach
Jeanne F Fox
Temple University BS
Senior High Home Econom
ics, Directress of Cafe
Frank A Geno
Lock Haven State Teachers
College, B S History, Rod
and Gun Club, Rifle Team,
Sponsor of the Class of
56 School Safety
'Controlled power." COMMENT?
Beatrice S. Graef
University of Pennsyl-
vania M S Ursinus Col-
lege A. B., Social Living
University of Pennsyl-
vania M. A , Ursinus Col-
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National Honor Society
Sponsor, Hi-Q Sponsor.
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Russell N. Harlan
Ohio State University B S
American History Civics
Pennsylvania History, J -
ior High Basketball Coac
Jr. High Baseball Coach,
Asst Football Coach.
East Stroudsburg Stat
Teachers College .
Junior High Mat tics
AssistantBa et l
Coach, Jun' r ig ot-
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M1r1am K. Jones
Temple Umverslty B
Problems of Democracy,
Amerlcan Hlstory, Cxvlcs,
Pennsylvama Hlstory, Stu
dent Councll Sponsor
George C Knoll
East Stroudsburg State
Teachers College, B S
Jumor and Semor l-hgh
Physlcal Educatlon, Health
Education, Jumor Rod and
Gun Club, GeneralSc1ence
Gertrude E Hutchlns
Temple Umverslty M. Ed
Grove Clty College A B
Semor Hlgh Mathematxcs,
Head of School ACtlVltl8S
Umverslty of V1rg1n1a,
B S Jumor Hugh Engllsh,
Jumor Hlgh Student Councnl
I know the bell rang'
J Stanley Landxs
Mlllersvllle State Teach
ers College B S Mech
amcal Drawmg Shop,Spon
sor of the Class of '
West Chester State Teach
ers College B S Health
and Physxcal Educatxon
Jumor Hlgh Arxthmetlc
Assxstant Hockey Coach
N04 on page 3 you w1ll fmd
Ph1l1p A Martxnez,
Niagara Umverslty M A
St Joseph s College A B
Latxn Socxal Studxes
Marlm R O Nea
Lebanon Valley College
B S , Musxc Instrumental
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Ela,ine P. Overton
West Chester State Teach-
ers College, B. S., Junior
High Social Studies, Geo-
graphy, Junior and Senior
High Cheerleader Sponsor
Sponsor of the Class of '56.
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Sara Jane Rogers
University of Delaware
B A , Art
Dorothy M. Rennard
Taylor Business School,
Shorthand, Typing, Sec-
cretarial Training, Faculty
Shirley A Schaffer
West Chester State Teach
ers College, B S Vocal
-,-,.... Music AST,-K
'Now if you were in an office All fight YOU birds: Pay alteI1i10Il"'
Joyce A Schreffler '-
Duke University, BA
English French 4'-
Lafayette College B S
Pennsylvania State Col
lege M Ed Chemistry
Physics, General Science
Manager of Dramatics and
Music Organization Funds
Pennsylvania State Univer
sity B S , University of
Pennsylvania, M A , Eng
lish, Senior Class Play
Beaver College B S
Physical Education Health
Education Biology Hockey
Coach Assistant Basket
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Robert B Wert
Lebanon Valley Col
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ty of Permsylvama
M S Semor Hlgh
Jane E Frlcker Ellzabeth D Stewart
Hxgh School Secretary Taylor Buslness
School Board of
Mr. Kxtchen Mr Baker
The Malntenance Personnel makes up avery
necessary part of Glen Nor Thxs lncludes the
custodlans, Mr Wllllam Baker fPopJ and Mr
Ray Kltchen fK1tchj, who can always be seen
worklng around school, and the cafeterla staff,
who prepares our meals Th1S staff lncludes
Mrs Hllle, Mrs Klrchdoerfer, Mrs Cocker1ll,
Mrs Boyd, and Mrs Hxnton The student body
Mrs Hlnton, Mrs Hllle, Mrs. Larlun, Mrs
Cockerxll, Mrs Boyd, Mrs Klrchdoerfer
apprec1ates the good work done by all these
people because they help to keep our school 1n
the best p0SSlbl6 condmon. They deserve a great
deal of credlt for allthe tlmethey spend ln mak
mg l1fe better for the students at Glen Nor We
hope that they contlnue to serve the school well,
and that they w1ll remam wlth us for many years
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ool dlltrlcu ol Glen-
. and Glen-Nor are
for the annuu jolni
gram. The program
eld on December 9.
High School gym,
d by the prlnclpaln,
and program chatr-
A'n of the three dla-
r High School wlll
unday and Tuesday,
B to enable teach-
e Delaware County
te. The Institute la
hlch enables teach-
ew Ideas, technique
thelr chosen held.
held at the Glan-
l on Tuesday Oct
n the cafeteria
or of the parentg
lar meeting of the
col PTA wlll bel
y October 7 at
embers will be ln
from 730 untxll
with pannts The
of the organlzn
a 8 I M in
:ch time all of the ll
ine-as mr-1-ting an
he d tn th mm
uint School Board
meeting to wlden
to the school Thlg
ml lhc-1..Y"nlr:'r:hInlhln2 bccausr-
QDI VAII q-,-1'y1:N ptr -'ll the un! nr lrml--r lt l-"r--x upon
nm r- - lf-nu of l'lwlnd"lph1a."
drive la to be made six feet wider
ln the interest of aaleety. A local
contractor. John Soprano was
awardd the contract.
early t-why in A Dre
t Phila-.lclphm lmposes its ungetax
through " mn! 'ww on u..n xx-slf'l.'r1lK undvr the Stcrllng
'lot pvs- i mlm warn o b
HOD .YS Uh DE lift!!! "I ll
:Lands running lrwm Nanch
on the north ln Quvnl-ly rw.
south ml' 1' mlm- rim--rr '-por
lor the tlme bcxng mrrnly t
Red Ch'na's tcp F-wmmunis
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Amlggd QM Vicffn-U gg the Central Aswmhly. hrortdrelst talks SPSWWHY h
On September 17, election: were
held for Senior Claaa ollloers, The
officer: which .were chosen in the
lunlor year were re-elected' Procl-
drnl. John Keeney: Vlte-Prraldl-nt,
Rrun CL-ry, Seen-tary. Carol Sween-
ey: and Tr:-anurer, Gloria Wlllleg
Sgun-at-arms, Harry King. Rod
Tepper, and Lee McFa.lla The non-
lor clan la sponsored by Klan Blea-
ter and lr. Landis.
her pcrwnf nl ld1P.,,
Nltldrfh, Pecgpod frgm I
-rr umthout zngury. Q
Zwvn the fire may have. wx
cl by an ml lamp. '
al:--r lzrvmrn put this hall'
r Cffntml a nf: alarm SPP'
'lkll S! t lwml
SIHSGTON LD - Republicans
'wr PI'Y'SldPhll8l "' nsting
Thu la an important year for
seniors and wtll be cked
many excltlng actlvltth
handles the food cunoea
home football games
decorations all aorta of ca
charm bracnlets will be so
on tn the your to ht
for tht trip to New
The class is anxlous
btg exent of the year
Prom whlch will be. held
Pnpardtlona are being
ready for tht class play
he pn sentad Du' 3 and 4
li loolnng forward to a yera
wtll long rn member
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hool Students Hold
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Abandoned plans for al
rf 'tt lon,
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run. 67. lm s.ster I mm Ruwx Haw, no
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Cummumst, and Prem nr Cho!
xrunan. 36. Thfy l as runnin' vlvrom'
ml Ylmr nl the Yxoxm-, l I ,II rv, I
lai raxlnd at what they l"Y'f'f1f'
aggroxxlve mow-s and as
that xl Himpcrialletx' wall'
"we, togr-thc-r wxth tho poop
the whole world, will cf'
wipe them out cle-an from th
fare ol the fllvbf'-"
lllnscrzw lrxbutrs to thc ll
anmv Aary su-cp-d clear
Fo' ,asa issue. S--vu-l Pri
I Jlal Bulganm and I-'ormgzn'
.rr X Nl Nlolo ov tr'-utrd
be FIIINFQI' P
.te Three Sale
cvfr Nil D X4 I'
g-gpm guilt: fi vw 4-rlv hx Sh 1,
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are busy -
class will pr
tlon of Mr
clever une o
there ls ple
lng the arrl
prom thll y
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ROBERT LEONARD ACKROYD
225 East Winona Avenue Norwood Penna
Visual Ed 9 10 11 12- Glee Club ll' Annual
Staff 12- Mr. Rennard s right hand man' blonde
hairy the quiet type?' often seen in the back room
at Martels' always has a pencil in his ear- never
seen alone in his car- one of the Commercial'
boysg friend to everyone' always busy' good sense
of humor' favorite pastime - chewing gum- genius
with a Camera' future student at Keystone Secre-
tarial School' always seen with a smile' first in
line at lunch one of the U S A F boys
BARBARA JEAN ADAMS
224 Harrison Avenue Norwood 8 Penna
Glee Club 9 Basketball Team 10 Newspaper Staff
10 12 Indianettes 10 11 You know roller
skating fan who s in the Oxford Circle? Marlon
Brando fan always seen with liz loves Spanish
stop it I love it blue eyes loves to go riding in
cars camp counselor going steady IS for the
birds loves to talk on the telephone early for
school hows your mothers charge account?
who cuts your hair Barb? nicc smile
BARBARA SUE ALCARD
106 Welcome Avenue Norwood Penna
Basketball 10 ll 12 lnd1anettesl0 small and
quiet future social worker little snork gad
zooks who was left at Jenkintown? what s the
attraction at P M C ? good things come in small
packages expert seamstress always willing to
help out pretty smile famous last words Oh
they wouldn t leave without us ask her why she
was stuck with a hat pm dependable basketball
ROBERT ALLAN BAILLIE
601 Ridgeway Avenue Glenolden, Penna.
Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12, Football 11, 12g National
Honor Society 9, 10, ll, 12, fljresidentjg Chieftain
Staff fAd Managerj 12, Baseball 12gStudent Council
fPresidentJ 12, Scott's Hi Q 12. Favorite saying -
poop! tall, dark and oh, forceful personality, always
hungry! star basketball player, one of the big four
at New Castle, Delawareg Miss Jones' buddyg Mr.
Presidentg holds a big office, quite a hit with the
younger generation, aduck - watcherg very popularg
spends summers at Ocean City N J 3 Ridley Lake
fan' always has an answer' great artist critic.
CAROL ANN BINDER
415 South Avenue Glenolden, Penna
General Small Fry
lndianettes 10 Quiet gal swell personality loads of
fun the football fan lndianettes member tiny as
can be good things come in small packages
how s Ocky? pet peeve is gym can t wait until
schools out remember those lunch periods? favo
rite pastime is eating how IS Bunny? loves
P O D 'P seen but not heard likes to visit the
Dairy Queen l dont know do you? future plans
typist spaghetti fan Eddie Fisher admirer
BARBARA ANN BOLTON
323 W Love Lane Norwood Penna
Indian Echoes 9 12 Basketball 10 Typ1ngClub11
lndianettes 10 11 12 You rc a scrounge oh thosc
away football games hey Dot lneed hot dogs! Reds
likes black Fords keeps the post office in business
Mr Stephens I don t understand! Norwood Diner
crazy about firemen convertables are her greatest
weakness ex Bill gal who was locked in room 16
at 3 15?
MARION BDITH BROOKS
19 Isabel Avenue Glenolden Penna
Junxor Honor Soelety 9 Sen1or Honor SOCIQIY 10
11 12 Qtreasj Hockey 10 11 12 Basketball 10
11 12 Yearbook Staff 12 qfeature edltory Glee '-"
Club 11 12 Majorette 9 10 11 Qcaptamj 12
fheady Sen1or Play Select1onComm1ttee 12 lnd1an
ettes 10 11 ftreas j 12 Scott s H1 Q 12 One of the
3 chums the Ra1s1n K1d I ll clue ya sabe usted
espanol? an Ocky fan t1red Mar? M E Brooks
says zooms by In her bxg green Chrysler ar
dent G N footballfan college bound remember the
Old M111 weekends? hlgh stepplngmajorette keeps
Bell Telephone 1n business does she really eat all
those lunehe s?
BARBARA ANN CAMPBELL
33 Rambler Road Glenolden Penna
Hoekey 10 11 12 Basketball 10 Band 9 10
Flag Twxrler 11 12 Sen1or Play Selectxon Com
ITIIIICC 12 lnd1anettes10 11 12 Clee Club 11
12 dangerous woman dr1ver one of the 3 chums
223 W Love Lane Norwood Penna
Vlsual Ed Comm1ttee9 10 11 12 Blggame hun
ter mamlybxrds dr1vesahotOlds Let seat one
of J A R s boys Jumpln Joes Buddy future
Jet p1lot solxd bra1n??? curly halr take a square
root Roach can t walt for lunch leaves school at
3 15 doesn t 11ke gxrls so he says 11kes southern
Belles argues w1th Hank over Beetle s answers
always to be found at the movles doesn t agree
w1th Buster s answers P O D Wh1Z abundant
supply of gum always rldes to school
how are the swamps at lnastern? are Matters U.
looklng up'7 1 m golng on a dxet! remember the
Old M111 weekends .like s buddy Oh defmltelyl
how about .1 trlp to 63rd 8: Buxst? wants to twlrl
for the Blue and Wlnte erazy mlxed up kld loves
to go shoppmg wlth the eharge plate Who do you
want me to fxx you up Wllh? future hlgh sehool
RITA DOROTHY CASEY
426 Chester Plke Glenolden Penna
Honor Socxety 9 ll 12 fSectyy Hockey 10 11
12 fCapta1nj Basketballmanager 10 lndlan Echoes
10 ll lndlanettes QSectyj l1 Vice Presldent 12
Student Councll 9 11 qCorres Sectyy 12 Band 9
10 Class Vxce Pres1dent 10 11 12 Semor Play
Selectlon Commxttee 12 Chleftaln Staff fC1rcu
lat1onManagerj 12 Why? natural blonde parlez
vous francals? where s Mohawk Ave? whlz on
hockey fleld future Engllsh teacher beauty and
bra1ns l1ked by all how s that martyr complex?
one of b1g four at New Castle Delaware cheers
for No 12 watch out R1ta s behmd the wheel how
are the stock car races? loves Home Ec?
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6 A 426 Chester Plkc Glenolden Penna
Cheerleading 9 Basketball 10 1112 lndxanettes
10 ll 12 lndxan Echoes 9 ldon t know pretty
blonde curls real frlend always seen 1n a green
1' I Bulck does shelxkehardware stores? future nurse
one of the Latm k1ds crazy woman drlver snappy
on the basketball court summer WBIIIGSS always
up on the latest jokes loads of nn who graduated
from Townshlp? Dld she ever bake a cake? oh'
those mlschlevous blue eyes hey ll Bubbles w1ll
she ever flfllih those socks?
309 Harrxson Ave Norwood Penna
fa Senlor Hlgh Glee Club lndlanettes 10 Shop Club
Semor Class Play Commxttee How many pa1rs of
socks do you wear? beautlful dark tresses Anna s
other half loves to dance a Marme fan wonder
why? pretty eyes future member of the ball and
cha1n club 11kCS to eat? who makes dellclous
pxzza p1e? loyal candy seller at our footballgames
llkes hxg earrlngs always wr1t1ng letters mxrror
mlrror on the wall has a Sonny dxsposmon
plays a hot pxano record collector Ive gotta
comb my halrl ambltlon to work and??
GEORGE KELLY CASTLE
116 Harrlson Avenue Norwood Penna
Football 9 Basketball 9 10 11 12 Baseball 9 10
11 12 Athletlc Assoclatlon fPres1dentJ 12 K P
Boy hot Chevle the race to Wxldwood ln the
Caddy What s her name??? what a walter! Son
dhf- of a Beechnut marr1ed by the tlme he s 20 ace
GERALD J CAVANAUGH
11 Last Ashland Avenue Glenolden Penna
Transfer from St James 1n junlor year Football
manager Horsebaek r1d1ng club favorlte saymg
swell future G I Lend me your P O D
somebody handsome p1lgr1m doesnt bel1eve
1n gxrls all except one sharp dresser one of the
General boys meet you down at the Tombstone
St James loss lb Glen Nors ga1n qulet untll
known always loses when he plays cards natural
curly blond halr Joes sparrlng partner loves
Avalon blushes 63S1ly who s a majorette'?'?? seen
ln Norwood Acres tw1n Catalina
of all basketball courts llkes cherry ple murder
ous wrestler Ocean Cxty summers he llkes blg
black cars w1ll be a blg man at college!! What
goes on at Haverford?'?? What s the telephone
number of the nearest Alcoholxc s Anonymous
DOROTHY MARIE CLARDY
47 Benson Dr1ve Glenolden Penna
Jr Honor Soclety lndlanettes 10 You re not
smart! cute smxle sews her own wardrobe lf
you want to learn how to kn1t ask Dott leaves
sehool promptly at 3 15 Habla Vd espanol'7? loves
to dance rlng on her flnger very rellable forever
argumg usually wms too effluent helper at the
games on Saturday always losmgsomethxng espec
lally her Spamsh often seen 1n a '31 Ford lxkes
tall fellows w1th blue eyes wonder why?'7?
.IOSLPH FRANCIS CLARK
103 Summlt Avenue Norwood Penna
General Jumpm Joe
VISUHI Lducatlon Commlttee 9 10 11 12 Football
11 12 Band 9 How s xt look? ln the A1r Force
movle flend drlver of the mob rod Pennsylvama
Alr Natlonal Guardsmfin ace mechan1C grease
monkey Who s Sarah Jane? good sense of humor
one of the General boys llkes Engllsh class hls
favorlte perlod lunch swell fellow to know good
football player always seen at the Manor Sweet
Shop runs a hot speed boat all summer looked
forward to the Prospect Park football game
HAZEI MARION DAVIS
19 Rldley Avenue Norwood Penna
Hockey 10 11 Basketball Manager ll Glee Club
11 12 lndlanettes 10 12 Semor Class Play Future
secretary thmks she s skmny a happy fullback
P F M llkes dlxleland Jaaz Dld you hear the joke
about ? Got your Shorthand Dlctlonary? Patt s
pal Fauncey Hecky day just loves Ann natural
blond hockey llmp lots of fun Hetzel the pretzel
creamy complex1on looks good 1n purple one of
the Rldley Avenue gang l can t feature II crazy
hates to wrlte themes has frlends from Wllllamson
loves Marmes remember those partxes neat
dresser has a broken back from lunchnme What s
the attractlon at R1dley Park? Wants a flame red
ANTHONY KLNNILTH DePAU1
18 Gf3YS Avenue Glcnolden Penna
Football 9 10 11 12 Basketball9 10 Baseball
9 10 11 12 Sergeant of Arms of Classll Loser
of the DePaul Marciano bout master of the mats
drlves a real hot 54 Merc Babe says The weak
wxll perlsh but the strong w1ll rule Glen Nor s
fa1thfulspl1t T quarterback qu1et but not shy
always seen Wllh Ken prefers Spamsh to Macbeth
a real terror ln Spamsh class favorlte saymg
Wlll you guys block' doesn t belleve 1n glrls
always runnmg around w1ll he ever go back to the
old country?? What was thc big attractlon at Joe
Mooney s?? or was ll next door?
GARY BOLTON DIXNER
424 S. Scott Ave. Gl9l'l0ldeH, Penna-
Belongs to the Senior girlsg star Cub Reporterg
drives a crazy Plymouthg "on the spot Johnny"g
George's every loving buddyg "Hey galsg let's all
go to Chicago"g "My name isn't Gaaary, lt's
Gehryl"g qChicago accentyg "Did you say something tw'
about Solid?"g faithful G. N. rooterg voted by the
Senior girls to be, "The one we 'd most enjoy being
marooned on a desert island with "5 gets along swell
with his next door neightborsg famous last words,
Mr Wert l challenge that spelling .
ROBERT LARI EHRIE
400 Lincoln Ave Prospect 'Park Penna
Football 9 10 ll 12 Favorite saying l can t wait
until l get out future plans work always seen
in Prospect good dancer mumbles always at his
uncle s place of business Commercial boy aren t
I handsome? one of the boom town boys what a
pompadour ladies man Eddy often found in
Delaware likes football a dash for the corner
after school flash of a yellow and black DeSoto
always ready to give you an argument one of
Mr Earley s bookkeeping boys always first in the
lunch line Dick s buddy class clown
NANCY LORRAINE, ILISLRMAIN
l2l W Garfield Ave IN0rw00d Perma
Student Council 10 ll 12 fSergeant at Armsl
Hockey 10 ll 12 Basketball 1011 12 lndianettes 01"
shhhugarl peaches and cream complexion natu
rally eurly hair quiet but mee friends with every
one often seen in a blue C hevie aggressive half
back handy with a needle and thread sweet dis
position what s so interesting about Med1a'7 l
wavs willing to help Miss lones right hand girl
seldom late likes Irish taekles ll espanol stu
dent loves cheese wonder why? efficient student
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21 East Winona Avenue Norwood Penna.
Honor Society 9 10,11 12 Qvice presidentj- March-
ing Band 10 11 Ctreasurerj 12- Swing Band 10 11
12- Sr. High Glee Club 11 123 Hockey 1011 123
Basketball 11123 Sr Play Selection Committee
Qchairmany 12- lndianettes 10,12g Co-Editor of
Chieftain 12- Scott s Hi-Q 12 What s the attrac-
tion at Scott Paper?' Oh Coastguard ride around
the river once more' loves to write eight page
letters' Liberace s competition' where s Buck?-
Dig that crazy woodpile one of the Marlinaires
brainy nice disposition cute where s Camp Hill
top? asset to the hockey team beautiful writer
it s 4 oclock in the morning not too early to
study future music teacher
JOAN MARIE FETTER
722 Rively Avenue Darby Township
Secretary of class at Cook Junior High Majorette
11 12 Gees what a grouchl future dental
technician or private secretary red headed major
ette everybody s friend personality plus terrific
dancer hey Clem! frequently seen at Holy Cross
oh that lunch table Queen of Hearts visits Rays
many admirers loves P O D ? keep that line
straight the gal with everything curvacious
'Meet you down the drug store loves Thursday
work periods! volley ball star Won t that phone
ever stop ringing?
MILDRED K FLETCHER
324 South Scott Avenue Glenolden Penna
Ridley Park High Glee Club 9 Glen Nor High
lndianettes 1011 12 Basketball 10 Hockey Man
ager 1112 Always seen in Glenolden Manor
What s that mean? A member of Camp Sun
shine s staff well aren t you lucky? Remember
the fire? one of Mrs M s foster children Oh
my ulcer pays cafeteria staffs salary how
about the chicken dinner in the Casino? cant
wait to graduate remember the walk at2 00a m ?
Do you crochet with one needle or two? Do you
always walk through Fairmount Park in your bare
feet at l 30 a m ? Emma and Herbert
JOHN E KEESEY
426 S Chester P1ke Glenolden Penna
Class Presldent 11 12 Basketball 9 10 11 12
Football 9 10 11 Baseball 10 12 Rod and Gun
Club 12 Able chlef executlve for two years al
ways has a helplng hand class half p1nt wh1z on
the basketball court always look1ng for the trea
shape John? drlves a green Chevy A 1 person
al1ty rat1ng seen behlnd the stand at footbal
games one of the General boys What about re
serves on Thursday mghts? I ll take the car th1s
week and well go 1n your Chevy next week!
our football games
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Basketball 10 Hockey 12 Crazy about Maryland
or IS ll Texas? qu1et t1l known doesn t change
her mxnd very easlly always seen 1n the gOall6
cage pleasant personallty future a1r11ne steward
ess up up and away where s Flora? one of the
12C glrls authorlty on the women s armed ser
VICCS often seen at the mov1es on Thursday
FLORA MADELEINE KELLY
322 North Scott Avenue Glenolden Penna
Commerclal F 0
1nd1anettes 10 Always seen w1th Mary hot rod
remember the bugs at the retreat? Please get
me a glass of water shorthand Wh1Z loves h1s
tory what about that pajama party? swell k1d
frxend to all mee personallty loves to work hard
when the Job 1sn t fan for red haxr Oh sugar
when do we eat? future secretay can t do w1th
out a fmger na1l f1le 1n P O D class l1kes to go to
JOSEPH LEWIS KI:.LLY
322 N Stott Avenue Glenolden Penna
Football 9 10 11 12 Basketball 9 10 11 12
Baseball 12 Ta1llr1shman dr1vesas1zzl1ng Chevy
11keS to CTUISG 1n the Medla hlghlands on moonllght
nlghts patronlzes a structure on Garfleld Ave
deadly at r1ght tackle one of the basketball boys
What am I supposed to do cry? loves the m1 1
tary Hey SIS d1d you do myhomework? Oh for
a dragl You punk backfleld boys! I ve
cheese some day you ll get your socks
JOY LOIS KENSCHAFT
22 W Knowles Avenue Glenolden Penna
Stoddart Jr H1gh Glee Club Student Councll Art
Club Wants to be a secretary Tell II to the
Marmes What s Ih1S I hear about your male
pen pal 1n the Ph1l1pp1nes? hlgh vocabulary
natural bra1n What s so 1nterest1ng at Eddystone?
D1d you have fun at Georgetown last summer?
remember Mr S1egel s Engllsh class last year?
terr1f1c art1st good sense of humor Whlz at
shorthand speaks her m1nd easy to get along
w1th takes l1fe as II comes l1kes western mus1c
often seen Wlth Eumce pretty blond ha1r and b1g
HARRY L KING
43 N Rldgeway Avenue Glenolden Penna
Basketball 9 10 11 12 Football 9 10 ll 12
Baseball 12 Class Sergeant at Arms 12 Hello
baby! plans to stay s1ngle Jo1n the SCIVICC and go
to college n1ce bu1ld Rod sother half fast fullback
hero most valuable player lots of fun fl1rt Any
body got a smoke? one of the General boys b1g
tease good dancer Spook s buddy l1ves at the
hoagle shop Handsome Harry doesn t bel1eve1n
walk1ng to school 1S he a lover? remember the
Ch1 game crazy shoes Where IS Leon Avenue?
549 Delaware Ave Norwood Penna
V1SUal Educatlon Commlttee 12 Oh Boy! wants to
make plenty of money one of theGeneral boys the
strong sllent type frequently seen at the race track
It won t work what s the western part of Penn
sylvama got that the eastern part doesn t? good
sense of humor always ready to help n1ce wavy
ha1r doesnt know that there are such creatures
as g1rls?? carpenter??? always readlng rallroad
books llkes steam locomot1ves oh that vacatlonl
Bob s steady passenger future employee of the
GEORGE CLYDE MAGER
5927 Chr1st1an Street Ph1ladelph1a Penna
Central Hlgh Fenclng team Greek club Spanlsh
club S A Soclal Commlttee Mlrror School paper
Vocal ensemble Jolnt Act1v1t1es Commlttee Barn
well Honor Roll Oratorlcal contest Glen Nor
lndlan Echoes QCO Edxtorj future plastlc surgeon
class orator hot Olds frlendly to all one of the
few for MCC often seen Wllh Gary keeps the cheer
leaders from starving at football games new face
at Glen Nor Ohl that vocabulary edlts our school
paper C1Iy boy whxz xn espanol crazy mus1c1an
What you ve never heard The Bells l
CAROL ROSE MANCINELLI
208 Parkvlew Drlve Broomall Penna
Glee Club 9 Ch1efta1n typxst 12 Mama Mlal Can t
talk wlthout uslng her hands expert IYPISI future
dancmg teacher one of Mr Slegel s budd1es loves
llterature always seen Sflllllflg frlend to all fast
walker oh sugar shorthand expert l1kes to laugh
Don t cry Carol don t cry! one ofthe crazy l2cl s
lxkes secretarlal practlce best of all prefers the
scenery at Chestnut H111 loves spaghettl could she
CAROL ANN MANSLEY
418 Sharp Avenue Glenolden Penna
Glee Club 9' Basketball 10 11 12' lndianettes 10
11 12' Hockey 12' Yearbook Staff 12' Good
Heavens! - carrot top- ls it Ogden - Utah?' keeps
Woolworths in business' Ohl those week-end con-
ferences' remember lnnabah' spent the summer at
Camp Sunshine' how s the kitchen help7' nice to
know' friendly to all' how about the color Green
been to any board meetings lately7' Emma and
Herbert - Shirl s friend' quiet till known- always
seen 1n a 41 Chevie writes faithfully to a Marlne
Cinderella bound flat tires on a country road
BARBARA JEAN MATSINGER
417 Werner Avenue Glenolden Penna
Junior National Honor Society 9 Hockey 10 12
Basketball 10 Chieftain Staff fPhotography Edi
tory 12 lndianettes 10 ll 12 Oh my goodness
sweet personallty our goalle spends summers
in Atlantlc City N J keeps Kohr s Frozen Cust
ard in business how s the diet comin 7 short n
snappy cheers the teams on sharp wardrobe
pretty blue eyes l th1nk so tool always takin
pictures friend to all quiet till known l1kes base
ball parlez vousfrancais? av1dRutger sfan wants
to go to college and become a medical X ray
teachnician l1kes littleltaly
669 Nohawk Avenue
Football 9 10 11
Basketball 9 10
12 Baseball 9 10 11 12
11 12 Class President 10
Sergeant at Arms 12 Student Council 9 You
better not do that! good things come in small
packages football ace life of every party nice
lookmg three letter man whiz on the basketball
court heard any good hillbilly tunes lately? fav
orite pastime eating one of the blg four at New
Castle Delaware freckles volunteer fireman
stock car racing one of the Boomtown boys weak
ness for blond hair Oh that temper! John s buddy
keeps any class in an uproar who wouldnt with
his sense of humor?
FREDERICK A MILLS
126 East Cooke Ave Glenolden Penna
Rod and Gun Club 9 10 11 12 V1sua1Educat1on
Commlttee 11 12 The party s over wants to
Jom the Navy and work on the rallroad one of
the General boys frequently found m Mr Rennard s
offlce Bob srlght handman consclentxous worker
11kes tomato sandwxches model raxlroad f1end
can t see wlthout hxs glasses?? What s so 1nter
esung about Roanoke? good sense of humor always
broke llkes P O D77 She loves me she loves
me not Jumps at the sound of the flre alarm
the H1 F1 boy
DOROTHY MAY MONTEITH
4 East Oak Lane Glenolden Penna
Glee Club 11 12 lnd1anettes10 11 12 Basket
ball 10 11 Hockey 10 11 Secretary ofAA 11
Treasurer of A A 12 Student Councxl 10 Band
11 12 Mr Earley s pr1vate secretary neat as
a p1n cute colorguard Are you sure you want
ten chlldren? Wh1Z on the hockey f1e1d swell
personallty 'Me go steady? never! one of the
f1ve who rxde to school 1n a flamlngo Ford Oh
for crymg out loud act1ve member of the Polar
Bear Club Let s do another hula llkes long
ha1r seen at the bowllng alley on Thursday
mghts w1th N1ck1 a real expert on the basket
ball court orchlds to her for planmng our class
tr1ps 1 et s go to Florlda
1149 Tremont Drlve Glenolden Penna
Semor Hlgh Glee Club 9 Never seen wlthout
Barbara Hot Rod Hey let s take a short trlp
to Swarthmore quiet unt1l known future plans
are for buslness school Westbrook Park fan
When does the bell rmg? n1ce personallty
easy to get along w1th anythmg for a laugh goes
more for slow muslc than for jltterbug pretty
halr Im dr1v1ng you re not belng fa1r Wan
a mlnutel favorlte subject IS lunch loves school!
ANITA ELAINE MORAN
508 Sylvan Avenue Glenolden Penna
Honor Socxety 9 Geesl Guess what he scommg
home! where do those frequent letters go to the
Marmes? gomg steady drlves a hot black Ford
always seen at Holy Cross n1ce person natural
bram has a long walk to school blonde ha1r
lots of fun one man woman sparkly eyes loves
to dance l1kes popular musxc smgs m the car
whlle she drlves Hey Anlta why do you play the
song The News ls Out at 9 00 at Holy Cross?
often seen on Delaware Ave Where s Phylhs?
typlcal wxfe future plans marrlage always seen
Smlllng Good thmgs come 1n small packages
Oh don t worry about ntl You should see all
the boys at Vlllage Green
VIRGINIA LOU OTTINGER
118 Wlllows Avenue Norwood Penna
Hockey 10 ll 12 Basketball 10 ll Cheerleadmg
10 ll 12 fcaptalnj lnd1anettes10 ll 12Qchapla1nj
fpresldenty Ch1efta1n Staff 12 QG1rls Sports Edltorl
Student Councll 11 Are you lnsane? short and
Cute Rah! Rahl Capta1n loves West Phlladelphla
would l1ke to cheer for the Blue and Whlte ask
her what her mxddle name IS what happened to the
Phlls? By my troth Nerlssa Gee I thlnk he s
cutel always shops at Acme future lawyer crazy
woman drlver frlend to all one of da tree weasels
real bram 1n sohd?
ANNA MARIE PHILLIPS
139 North MacDade Blvd Glenolden Penna
Cheerleadlng 9 fcapta1nj10 ll 12 lnd1anettes
10 Hockey I0 12 Semor Class Play Commlttee
12 Future member of the ball and cha1n gang
loves pegs remember the hockey bull sesslons?
Clnnamon Slnner Beverly s other half loves
to dance one of our peppy cheerleaders wow
those wool socks! Oh that rhythm and bluesl
remember New Years Eve Bev? ra1ny mghts
speedy halfback vegetarlan Walt for me Ill
be right there He s such a doll Do you
lnke to cheer 1n the ram? a nlce person to know
MARJOR1 E LEE PITZOLD
7 Andrews Ave Glenolden Penna
Ridley Township High School Stamp Club 95 Wm,
Penn High School Softball 10g Glen-Nor High
School lndianettes 12g Comes to us from Wm Penn
Highg what a crazy sense of humorg Oh Hon"j wants
to work in an office- what course ARE you taking
Marge?g Ohl hello Butterg often seen in a super-
market' did you ever hear her whistle?- friendly
smile' remember the lndianette initiation?' en-
joys P O D debates' lm coming! ' pretty wavy
hair a real friend to all
SHIRLEY ANN PRETTYMAN
305 S Sharp Ave Glenolden Penna
Glee Club 9 lndlanettes 10 11 12 Basketball
10 11 12 This aint the place! Oh good
good good! wants to be a nurse What trade
are you learning at Williamson? loves to park
in a little space and not bother to try to get out
once she s in would you call her quiet? Vonnie
now what s your problem? you should see her
sewing and taste her cooking boys Ohhh lm
so confused! qulte an authority about the Elmwood
Ave and Sharp Ave area worthy advisor of Rain
bow Girls shes not superstitious in fact the
13th is lucky Friday or no Friday
E KURT RAPPOLD
210 E Winona Ave Norwood Penna
Rod and Cun Club 11 12 Oh nol want sto be
a landscaper the ice cream man driver of the
green hot rod America s number one grass cutter
another General boy has a good sense of humor
always ready to g1VC a helping hand friendly
toward everyone Johnny s hunting buddy tall and
good looking titkct collector tree surgeon???
crazy about old cars frequent visitor to Holy Cross
likes to bc out doors cxtrcmcly qu1et1n P O D
rlder of thc Industrial Highway keeps Pep Boys
219 E W1nona Avenue Norwood Penna
Glee Club9 10 11 12 Sen1orPlaySelect1on Com
m1ttee 12 Semor Play 12 lndlan Echoes Staff 12
QCo Ed1torl Oh horrors! future s1nger 1n a
h1llb11ly band cute smlle please get 1n your
art1cle enjoys wr1t1ng edltorlals pretty good
PHYLLIS ANN REESE
612 Delaware Avenue Norwood Penna
Future slnger or receptxomst Oh golly oh no
often seen dr1v1ng a blue De Soto what s so 1n
terestlng on Elmwood Avenue ln Folcroft? loads
of fun beautlful smlle always on the phone never
see her halr the same way cute Delaware Avenue
gxrl Do you thmk she s QUIGI? good dancer Dad
can l have some money? dog lover long pretty
halr Jerry LEWIS fan what specxal thlngs are
kept ln that box ln your room? loves the color
blue always on a d1et llkes to smg pretty vo1ce
Hey Phyll start your car off ln a second good
dr1ver Blue Moon
ones too We have a show tonight when aml
go1ng to do my homework? the mormng after
thc practlce the mght before longs for Tennessee
cute 11ttle western drawl strlctly h1gh class
I met the cutest fellow Heck Iforgot to mall
the letter! Hurry up Vonnle well be late
Come on go to the store w1th me our gal
Tex loyal member of the football cheerlng
KENNETH EDWARD ROUGEAU
435 H1bbs Avenue Glenolden Penna
Football 9 10 ll 12 Baseball 12 What! more
sprlngs? qu1et mce when known The Tank
happy go lucky Oh those bxg blue eyes! often
seen 1n a green Dodge Babe s buddy al!erg1c to
glrls forever eatlng one of the genera! boys
future army man llked by all had any exploslons
lately? mad chemlst oh those Saturday nlght
part1es! loves to wrestle won t glve the glrls a
break Oh that crew cut! why worry tomorrow s
LOIS ANN RUDOL PH
426 Custer Avenue Glenolden Penna
lnd1anettes 10 11 12 Hockey 10 ll 12 Basket
ball 10 Band 9 10 ll 12 Ch1efta1n Staff 12
QCO Edltorj Swmg Band ll Glee Club 11 12
Honor Soc1ety 9 10 11 12 Semor Play selectlon
commlttee 12 Scotts H1 Q12 Babs ldon t see
why keeps Bell telephone busy braln trust
college bound l1kes West Ph1lade1ph1a crazy about
Ockanlckon remember the Old M1117 spends her
summers at the bank parlez vous francals? when
IS she gettlng her drlver sl1cense? one of the three
chums whats the b1g attractlon 1n Eastern s
swamps? what happened at 63rd and Bu1st?
How long does xt take to eat that pretzel Lo?
HENRY P RUTTER
300 E Ashland Avenue Glenolden Penna
Ad manager 12 Semor Play 12 V1sualEducat1on1l
12 Hot model A one of the b1g wheels 1h V1s
Ed always needs a shave ooga ooga Busters
buddy one of the ad managers ace sports announ
cer l cant see xt Mrs Hutchms qulte a
debator natural grm runs Hanky s taxl servlce
you got troubles? crazy crew cut Hugo boxs
terous laugh super salesman dmg bat
JEAN LURAY SALTER
133 Lamont Avenue Glenolden Penna
Ac ademlc Salfl
Jumor Hlgh Glee Club 9 Hockey 10 11 12
Basketball 10 11 12 lndlanettes 10 11 12
Shorty speedy wxng on the hockey team what s
the attractlon ln Haverford? long and pretty ha1r
member of the goggles club dlg those crazy paja
mas a Woolworth employee that s ha1ry want
me to punch you out Look? What s w1th 1957
Jean? l1kes to dance IQ she a phySlCS Wh1Z??
whlth tw1n has thc Tom? pretty brown eyes
D1d you ever hear her g1gglc? dally glass of
water sled r1des on the sugar bowl
JOAN LAURA SALTER
133 Lamont Avenue Glenolden, Penna.
Hockey 10, ll 12- Basketball 10, ll 12' lndianet-
tes 10 ll 12g Jr. High Glee Club 9- l'm hungry"
the girl who plans not to marryg fast on the hockey
fieldg which twin has the Toni?g pretty brown eyesg
often seen in a Studebaker convertible' what does
35 mean to you?g future Sunday School teacher- likes
the initial 'B ' makes her own wardrobe' Phys.
Ed majorg West Chester fan' Woolworth boosterg
basketball forward- member of undefeated team-
wow about a cheer?- helped with those colorful
shampoos- cuts her own hair- loyal Indianette
member always smiling
307 Andrews Ave Glenolden Penna
Basketball 9 10 ll 12 Baseball 10 11 12
Sergeant at Arms Stage Crew 9 10 Visual Ed
11 Drives a hot Plymouth for Lloyds sharp
dresser star of the courts what an 1d1otl
Gerry and Joe s sparring partner You guys don t
scare me lady killer naturally curly hair Who
lives on Mohawk Avenue? Guy one of the pro
ject boys had any broken noses lately? swell'
smooth dancer who doesnt want to dance at
lunch time? what a sense of humor nice smile
213 Urban Ave Norwood Penna
Hockey 10 Senior Glee Club Friend to all easy to
get along with likes Ford convertlbles when
does the bell ring? keepsMrs Beetle in business
does my halr look all right? see you in the girls
room always smiling future secretary It s an
emergency Judie may be seen at the bowling alley
on Thursday night with Dottie Oh heavens!
1041 Cedarwood Road Glenolden Penna
Glee Club 9 11 12 Never seen wlthout earrlngs
oh those Thursday mght dates loves to sell hot
dogs at the football games frlend to everyone
quxet only when slck never a dull moment what s
so lnterestlng 1n Drexel H1117 Huh! EUHICC? full
of fun a w1ll1ng worker easy to get along Wlfh
llkes to go out on weekends future medlcal secre
tary bxg thrlll lovely blonde ha1r neat dresser
Oh! boy! does she l1ke to laugh llkes to dance
JUDITH ANN STOTT
107 Rambler Road Glenolden Penna
Marchmg Band 10 ll QColorguard Co captamj
12 Swmg Band 11 12 Student COUHC11 QVICB
presldenty 11 QSecretaryj 12 Honor SOCIGIY 9
ll 12 Athletlc Assoclatlon Qvlce presldentj 11
mee Club 9 11 12 Chleftaln Typlsr 12 You bm,
can glVe that back to the lndlans future teacher W
untxl he pops the questlon wow! what a dancer! if
ln fact what talent flght halt l 2 a letter a day
makes her happy II s a m1l1tary secret where
lS C arson Long lnstltute better thxrd of theMarl1n
a1res personallty Boy l m glad l don t have to
set my ha1r! all th1s and what s more bra1ns!
one ofthe three blmd mxce When tan we pract1ce7
WILLIAM E SHARPLESS
324 W Scott Ave Glenolden Penna
Commercxal Wxld B111
Football 9 10 11 12 Basketball9 10 Baseball
9 10 ll 12 Wh1z on football f1eld What do you
say Ace? always wears pegs constant patron
of Delaware Ave famous last words I ust
broke off lm through w1th g1rls! the manlac
1n the blue Ford a good centerflelder w1th Mr
Fr1cker and h1s crew! th1s boy should be marrled
by the tlme he IS 19! l1kCS to talk about h1s prob
lems w1th a member of the OPPOSIIC sex
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GEORGE. S SUNDAL
305 Llmwood Avenue Glenolden Penna
Basketball 9 10 11 12 Lh1efta1nStaffQf1nanc1al
managerj 12 Student COLHCI1 11 Jr Honor Soclety
9 Band 9 10 ll Senlor Play Cast Loves P O D
one of the Manor boys phyS1LS braln strawberry
blonde just came from the gym dldn t you
George? Stop If George drlves a hot Ford
flrst ln the lunch llne Class favorlte wxth all the
teachers? moves l1ke hghtmng yea! Norway
two tone shoes what k1nd of flowers are these
Mrs Hutchms? Don t you l1ke meM1ss Jones?
CAROL ANN SWEENEY
407 Trxtes Avenue Norwood Penna
Band9 10 11 12 Jr Honor Socletyfpresldentj 9
Basketball 10 11 12 Hockey 19 11 12 lndlan
ettes 10 11 12 Ch1efta1n fart edltorj 12 Class
Offlcer Qsecretaryj 10 11 12 Student Counc1l9
10 Newspaperfasslstantedltorj11 Oh thosepretty
clothes Rldley Lake Fan Ohflddlel ardentfoot
ball supporter W1e1dS a wlcked hockey stxck d1g
that hot Merc Ssssooooo spend allher mother s
money on new clothes who has the hottest clarmet
1n the band? good baby sltter? R1taaal one of
the blg four at Newcastle hkes red and yellow
Wh1Z on the basketball floor that lndxanette 1n1t1a
t1on loves art work whatchamadoodle wants to
go to college has a weakness for beetles oh
those health classes
14 Rambler Road
Somebody has to s1t next to Sundal future en
gmeer catty pants Beetle s buddy
Football 9 10 ll 12 Sq At Arms 10 ll 12
Basketball 9 10 12 Baseball 12 You can t beat
that for style has a half lnterest at Rldley Lake
black wavy ha1r ladies man Where sOak Lane?
flamxngo Ford brawny tackle sharp dresser
one of the General boys swlsh when the f1re
bell rings college here he comes Harry s other
half coach s rlght hand man? mad dash for the
car after school Engllsh xs h1sfavor1te sleeplng
place where s my redhead? always w1ll1ng to
help green eyes what happened down the shore?
every cop knows h1s name
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JANICE MARIE TRANSUE
646 Beech Avenue Glenolden, Penna.
Commercial "Jan "
Beeber Gym Clubg Overbrook Commercial appoint-
ment aidg Music Clubg Bowling clubg Glen-Nor
Student Councilg Color Guardg "Lend me your
eraserl"g "How do you spell that?"g future secre-
taryg petite missg high stepping color guardg
wow, that smilelg CLOSE friend in the Junior
Classy cute dresserg long brown hairg "Are we
taking a letter?"g "Save me a place in ,1inel"g
terrific personalityg Oops another mistake!"-
Who took my stool? - pet peeve P O D ' Joan s
pal Where s Cynthia? California or bustl
PATRICIA CAROLYN WALLS
510 West South Avenue Glenolden Penna
Majorettes 10 11 Qcaptainy 12 Senior Glee Club
11 12 Indianettes 10 11 12 Hockey 10 11
Senior Honor Society 11 12 .lr Honor Society 9
Chieftain typist 12 School Paper 11 Senior Play
12 Guess who broke up! pretty eyes naturally
curly hair speedy on the typewriter really can
strut! likes green Fords Hetgs friend neat
personality goes right home afterlndlanette meet
1ngs????? famous last words l won t go back with
himl Charlie keen sense of humor brain ring
on her finger Gale
NANCY JANE WEBER
319 South Scott Avenue Glenolden Penna
Glee Club 9 11 Band 10 11 12 Hockey 10 11
12 Co Captain of Colorguard 12 Where s Cadet
7267 ambition is to marry a millionaire skill
ful seamstress who s at P M C seen driving a
Cadillac scatterbrainl commercial at heart
worm D A always knitting can t wait for the
military proms they talk it over and then she
hits him Sugar Why? freckles Nowlll wear
make up always comes to lndianettes wardrobe
fit for a queen loves redwood houses thinks money
is terrific who doesn t?? just waiting until 1958
NANCY ANN WHITE
145 Ridgeway Ave Norwood Penna
Pretty hair Latin whiz studies hard Little Woo
Woo s SISIGI' I left it home I can t oh those
crazy diets carrot and celery strip eater quiet
girl week ends at Crystal always has extra loot
Hey Ann have anygum? rememberthedayafter
the sophomore trip sitting on your steps eating
pickles? oh those crazy parties what happened
to your guppies? Cadets! supports the Pep P111
Company has her own private dress maker no per
manents for her loves children Santa Clauslaugh
tickles the ivory keys has a pet pig by the name of
457 Hibbs Ave Glenolden Penna
Hockey 10 Basketball 10 11 12 Indianettes 10
Cheerleading 10 11 12 Class Treasurer 10 11
12 popular miss easy on the eyes friend to all
loves early morning practice one of the clerical
girls cheers for the basketball team especially
one player radiant smile likes the general boys
one in particular Come on you kids we need
moneyll pretty wardrobe often seen 1n a 53
Chevie speedy guard on the basketball court al
ways hungry Oh that giggle! noted for her Satur
day afternoon shopping II'1pS loyal supporter of
the Class of 55 loves hamburgers and milk
CAROLE ELIZABETH WILKINSON
712 Delaware Avenue Norwood Penna.
Glee Club 9 12' Annual Staff typist' Interrnural
hockey 10' future plans are to be a secretary- se-
cret desire is to sing a duet with Bob Manning
Hurry up, Janet! g loves to read good books on
Friday nights'?g "I'm not a bleachl"g cute figureg
friend to allg Delaware Avenue's dead-end-kidg
sweet smileg oh, those double dateslg dig thatmod-
ern danceg early to bed, early to riseg loves to
danceg off we go, into the wild blue yonderg keeps
the post office in businessg crazy about dictationg
often seen riding in a blue DeSotog loves dark
curly hairg uh huhllg oh, that Senior Promg just
wait until Aprilg pleasing personalityg terrific
LOUIS E WILKINSON
712 Delaware Avenue Norwood Penna
Treasurer for school Newspaper 9 10 'Marry a
m11l1ona1re did you do your Spamsh? What glrl
1n Prospect help s you with your Spanish? short boy
height 6 2 loves art gomgtocollege good sense
of humor liked by all terrific dancer likes all
girls so you think he s quiet just as his sister
No she s not my twin sister in the Air Force
Reserve often seen driving a green Chevrolet
he doesnt take corners fast they re just low
pressure tires good taste sharp dresser fan
of Gloria Swanson and Yuma Sumac hey Lou
tell them the funny story about the academy of
music remember that New York trip for Miss
.IO ANNE WILSON
108 Leon Avenue Norwood Penna
Aassistant Editor newspaper 9 Indlanettes 10
Cheerleading 11 12 Likes carpenters often seen
in a Plymouth whiz in sewing class Arthur
Murray fan! faithful attendance keeper neat
dresser always Cheers for Maroon and Gold Crea
tor of pink shirts quiet but n1ce sweet smile
went to New York on bus1ness good reporter
petlte Blondle and It IS real how about a
chocolate cake? has always liked Spamsh oh
that sixth period lunch! loves to dance future
business school member what happened to Troop
lil? shoulder full of medals how s the garbage
situation? Aifl f1sh roller skates
JANET MAY WII LIAMS
413 Andrews Avenue Glenolden Penna
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A mittee 125 Intramural Hockey 10 Chieftaln Typist
12g Wants to be a private secretary to Tony Curtis
fs: ' "My hair looks terrible! just a cute little bundle
of personalityg pretty blonde hair oh those eye
L' lashesg what's the mix up at Prospect? liked by
p , everyoneg oh, those crazy compositions 1n Mr
'g Siegal's English class! riot 1n health class good
C dancerg sweet wardrobe you should see her dr1ve?'?
M,C. at the Variety show Where s Carole?
- remember that time at the DIIVG In? West Phila
is pretty nice isn't it especially the boysl always
ready to give advice about Prospect Park fellows
Holy Cross regular last one at the lunch table
lover of Consumer Ed
H. THOMAS WOLFENDEN
27 South Wells Ave. Glenolden, Penna.
Academic "Tom '
Visual Ed. 9, 10, 11, 12, Football 9, 10, ll, 123
butch hair cutg have you heard his jokes? 3 lover
boyg all around guyg disliked by noneg sparkling
eyesg big tease to all the girlsg does an able job
at the center spotg voted the most outstanding
player on the 1954 team, by facultyg future college
manyg hot Merc convertible, you can see the stars
even with the top up, another ofthe P.O.D. debatorsg
good natured, innocent'?g Vis Ed. memberg what's
the attraction in P,P, Tom 7775 "Is he a Physics
whiz7??"g "Tom, for the last time, get rid of the
guml"g Mr. Stephens, please give me an E, p1easel'g
"I still think Wood's the best one for the job!!".
ROW1 Wilkie Sweeney Casey Keesey ROW2 McFa1ls Tepper King
As your class president I use this means
of extending my appreciation for the cooper
ation you gave me We are fast approachmg
the time when we shall be forever disbanded
never to meet again as a unit May we all
remember the frlends and happy experiences
we have shared
To our class advisors Miss Biester and
Mr Landis l am deeply indebted They were
always ready with ideas and advice Their
My fellow officers were always ready to
help me As vice president Rita Casey proved
herself a capable replacement for me when
necessity demanded it Carol Sweeney as sec
retary was always ready to take care of the
correspondence and also proved to be very
capable As treasurer Gloria Wilkie took the
job of keeping our funds in order This was
accomplished with the least amount of con
The sergeants at arms Rod Tepper and
Harry King had the thankless Job of keeping
order 1n a group that at times bubbled over
with adolescent enthusiasm
As a class we were always a little slow
in our 1n1t1al efforts but as the t1me approached
we put our shoulder to the wheel and pushed
our enterprise over the d1ff1culty to a suc
I hope the class has left an impression at
Glen Nor that succeeding classes will find
d1ff1cult to emulate Our primary purpose was
to accept Glen Nor and then leave II a little
better than we found If
As graduation time approaches the senior
penlng in h1S l1fe lt is a period of parting and
a period of happiness for the completion of
one more phase of life
The years here at Glen Nor have meant much
to us m the formatlve years of development
Each has received and each has contributed
something at Glen Nor We can not help but
leave with a heavy heart but as the years pass
we shall reallze that something was gained in
our daily school routine and lasting friendships
I wish you all success in life and when we
meet at class reunions may we have much to
discuss and much happiness
John Keesey President
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0llR SUPHUMURE YEAR
At 'Hawauan Paradtse'
We the semors w1ll never forget our soph
omore year a year that left jumor h1gh behmd
and gave us our f1rst expenences as an organ
We began the year w1th the elect1on of our
class sponsors Mtss Blester and Mr Land1s
and our offxcers who were Presldent Lee Mc
Falls V1ce Pres1dent R1ta Casey Secretary
Carol Sweeney Treasurer Glor1a W1lk1e and
Sergeants at Arms Ken De Paul and Rod Tep
Oh what have we here?
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can often be seen on our homework papers our
book covers and even our clothmg
When our Class completed 1ts orgamzatlon
perlod we began our numerous act1v1t1es Among
these were the sale of Chrlstmas cards and
Everyday cards and cake bakes wh1chprov1ded
money for our treasury Wh1Ch was necessary to
carry us through our sophomore year
After the Ball ns over
Our class party was held on Oct 30 1952
1n the Glen Nor Gym Soon after we rece1ved
our school r1ngs of whlch we were very proud
The class traveled to Hershey and Harr1s
burg for our class tr1p We d1ned at the famous
Hershey Hotel and spent a very enjoyable eve
The most thr1ll1ng of our sophomore year
events was the prom lt was our f1rst experlence
w1th an act1v1ty of th1s type The theme was
' Hawa11an Paradlse and was one of the lovel1
est proms ever
The gym was decorated ID soft pastels The
entrance took the form of a huge ptneapple and
the refreshments were housed 1n a Hawauan
hut The center PICCG which attracted everyone s
eye was a pond surrounded by var1gated flowers
A blue l1ght sh1n1ng on the water gave a satlny
effect to the streamers hangmg above the pond
Fmal exams brought to a close a successful
sophomore year wh1ch shall never be forgotten
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UUR IUNIUR YEAR
Checkmg the tables
Our jun1or vear started off wxth a bang' New
offlcers were eleeted lhey were Presldent
John Keesey Vlee Presldent Rtta Casey Sec
retary Carol Sweeney Treasurer Glor1a W1l
k1e and Sergeants at Arms Dtck Schlelfer and
class party whleh was held on November 20 tn
It was then our problem to earn money for
our treasury so that we could meet our obltga
t1ons as a class We soon became enthuslastlc
about sel11ng wool dolls and Lhrlstmas corsages
Our bxggest project however was sell1ng mag
azxnes PYIZGS for sellxng the greatest number of
subscrxpuons were awarded
On March 12 we had our junlor prom ent1t1ed
'Mardt Gras We danced to the wonderful muslc
of the Tunetoppers as we enjoyed the atmos
phere wh1ch surrounded us The gym was beaut1
fully decorated 1n mult1 eolored streamers of
red green and yellow At the entrance stood a
huge red mask symbohzmg the true Mard1Gras
tradltlon Each g1rl was gxven a small sllver
colored mask as a favor When twelve o cloek
1n the Lelllng dlspellng many balfoons wh1ch
gently fell to the floor Thls brought to a close
a memorable OCCHSIOD
After the prom our thoughts turned to our
class tr1p to Wash1ngton D C lt was an lnter
6St1ng slght to see the chang1ng of the guards
at the Tomb of the Unknown Sold1er We enjoyed
the vtew from the Washmgtonlvlonument and also
a del1c1ous d1nner at the Caslno Royal ID Wash
On June 5th the Junlor Sen1or Prom was
held whtch brought to a close another chapter
of our h1gh school hlstory
B99-UW U1 the Patio Creatxng the Mardx Gras'
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The greatest soclal event of our Semor year
was the Semor Prom held on December 22 1954
xn he school gymnaslum
Weeks before the prom the commlttee worked
dllxgently to Choose a sultable theme and plan
each deta1l Thelr goal was perfectxon
The theme of the prom was flnally chosen as
the Snowflake Ball The color scheme was pale
blue Whlfe and sllver whxch gave the effect of a
frosty snow scene We entered through two glant
gllttermg snowflakes Captur1ng our attent1on
1mmed1ately was a majestlc sllver tree IH the
center of the floor containing a numerous
quantlty of snowflakes A revolvlng blue l1ght
played upon the branches of the tree sendlng
gllmmerlng rays ofllght throughout its surround
To one Slde stood the sparklmg 1ce palace
w1th two small sllver trees at IIS base
ustardust., Dreamy mus1c'
Refreshments of egg nog and cake were served
as the evemng progressed The cake was speclally
made for the occasion and contamed the words
'Merry Chrlstmas Semorsl
The glrls were presented with crmolme
Chnstmas trees adorned w1th stars and a star
studded program On each table was gound a pme
Dehghtful musxc was provided by B111 Jacona
and h1S fme orchestra
The evemng was topped off by a journey to the
Hawa11n Cottage m New Jersey where we drank
Hawauan zombles and listened to the soothlng
muslc from the lslands
Followmg thls a brc akfast of bacon and eggs
and waffles was served from 5 30 to 6 30 to all
those stlll awake by the Senior glrls at the
home of R1ta Casey
Thls truly memorable occaslon w1ll remamln
the hearts of us all
Don 1 Shpvv Refreshments are served!
SENIUR CLASS PLAY
Scene from 'Ghost Wanted '
As the hghts dlmmed and a hush fell
across the aud1ence the curtam went up on
Ghost Wanted a mystery comedy pre
sented by the SSDIOFS of 1955 on March 18
W1th the mgemous use of characters and
h1lar1ous The mystery of zombles shdmg
panels and screams kept everyone on the
edge of thelr seats The odor of seaweed
could even be notlced 1n the audlence As
the play reached lts cllmax lf was evldent
by the audlence s reacuon that the play was
a tremendous success
The cast under the capable d1rect1on of
Mr Bernard S1egel worked long hours g1V
mg much of thelr free tlme to produce the
Speclal recogmtlon should be gxven to
Mr Robert B Wert and h1s commlttee of
L Rudolph V Evans and M Brooks for
the1r splendld make up job
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'Project your voxce "'
witty lines, the comedy end of the play was final polished performance,
Jeff Hall ....
Ginger . . .
Granny Kate .
Professer De Vallan ....
Madam Zolga .....
Nora Vane. . .
Bradshaw . . .
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Between the acts. Who's under the mask?
'Support the Seniors I"
At the beginning of our senior year, we re-
elected our officers from the previous year. They
were: President, John Keeseyg Vice President,
Rita Casey, Secretary, Carol Sweeney, Trea-
surer, Gloria Wilkie, and Sergeants-at-Arms,
Rod Tepper and Harry King. These officers have
done a great deal working for and with our class.
Our first social event, our Senior Party,
was cancelled due to the influx oftoo many activ-
Finally the long awaited day arrived when our
senior pictures were taken. These will be for-
ever cherished' by the members of our class.
Following the arrival of our pictures, we re-
ceived our personalized senior cards which we
exchanged with our classmates.
lt has been said that the senior year is the
most expensive one, and we have found this to
be so. ln order to earn the necessary funds, the
seniors ventured upon numerous money-making
projects. One of the biggest of these projects
was the selling of food at the Glen-Nor football
Bunny Money I
and basketball games and alsodances. At Christ-
mas time the class sold Christmas candy and
nuts. Following the Christmas season we began
to sell GN pennants and pins to the students of
the school. One of the most enjoyable projects
was that of selling Easter eggs around the school.
We are sure each senior was his own best custo-
mer. Profit on this undertaking went over the
Plans for the New York trip are now being
made. Our itinerary includes a visit to the
United Nations Building, Radio City, Statue of
Liberty, Empire State Building, and the Bowery,
Upon returning from our trip, we shall all
be looking forward to class night and then gradu-
ation. This will bring to a close our years at
Glen-Nor High School.
As we enter into different paths ofthe world,
these experiences will never be erased by time,
but will become even more precious as the
years go by.
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ROW 1 McFal1s McClellan Knoll Barton
ROW2 Jackson Mr Geno Miss Overton
The Class of 56 tarted their junior year
with the same offieers that they had in their
sophomore vear They were President John
Barton Vice President Sheila Knoll Seere
tary Lorene MeFalls and Treasurer Judy
McClellan Their sponsors were Mr Geno and
Last year the elass immensely enjoyed their
trip to llarrisburg They started out very early
1n the morning in order to be able to tour the
Capital Building before twelve ocloek They
then ate lunch at a quamt eolonial retaurant
and boarded the bus for Hershey where they
Choeolate Plant to see how their products are
made Upon completing that most interesting
tour they went to the zoo and then had a delicious
dinner The trip coneluded with a Vlbll to a
souvenir shop and starting for home They
arrived home just before midnight a tired but
extremely happy group of sophomores
A few weeks before their trip they had their
greatly anticipated sophomore prom Their well
chosen theme was Neptune s Ball The gym
nasium was decorated along the top and sides
with dark blue and white crepe paper There
were waves along the bleachers designed to
give an undersea effect and there were various
colored fish along the top of the gymnasium
Lharms whieh had the school emblem on them
were given to the girls attending the prom These
will serve as a lasting remembrance of a won
their trip to Washington and their prom the
theme of whieh will be Dreamland They hope
that botl' will be as suceessful as their sopho
more events were
Food luek to you Juniors in all your under
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ROW Neff, Hughes, McFa1ls McClellan,
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FIRST ROW Beckett, Canady, Farquhar
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ROW German Davls Bolgen, Donaldson
Brenley, Casner, THIRD ROW Fassler
Klme, Gamerchleg Harper, Cannon, Davxs,
Davls, FOURTH ROW Barton Brown
Barton, Bauer, Brown Engel, Edmmston
FIRST ROW Porter Whxte Peyre Ferry
Torrxcellas Roop Wlllne Seruntme SEC
OND ROW Morgenstern Swafford Yan
none, Walsh, Verostek, Sly Romero, Vllos
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Talbot Overley, Outt Purfleld, FOURTH
ROW Walte, Texter Pugh Sulllvan, Sul
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Ihe Sophomore el1ss started off the year
by organlzlng for the flrst tlme I'hey seleeted
the1r sponsors Mrs Graef and Mr lhrst
lhrough the help of these sponsors they have
aeeompllshed very mueh lhe elass was eap
ably d1rected by the off1eers Whlbh they eleeted
presldent Dave Connery v1ce presldent Curt1s
M1lls seeretary Penny Neff and treasurer
Jamce Talone The meetmgs were kept m order
by the Sergeants at Arms Denms Jenmngs and
Besldes eollectlng the1r dues and sell1ng
C hrlstmas cards they have also obtalned money
through the1r standard danee They are sellmg
maroon and gold ues w1th the letters G N and
they expeet to sell pretty flowers at Easter
t1me All of th1S w1ll go towards paylng expenses
m the1r sen1or year
The1r Sophomore party was held on Novem
ber 2 1954 There was danelng 1n the gym
naslum and d6l1C1OUS refreshments were served
m the eafeterla Thls party was greatly enjoyed
One of the bxggest events of the year was the
arrlval of the1r class rmgs wh1ch brought a
great feellng of pr1de to them
Although the theme for the1r prom has not
yet been defxmtely declded upon the ldea of
Apr11 Showers lb bemg cons1dered Also
reservat1ons and plans for the1r class trlp to
Harrlsburg are bemg made They hope to be
able to VISIT the Lap1tal bu1ld1ng the zoo and the
famous Hershey Chocolate Plant
The class has shown true school sp1r1t ln
manv aet1v1t1es There are a large number of
sophomores playmg both varsxty andjunlor var
s1ty ln basketball football hockey and the rod
and gun club lt IS hoped that they w1ll contlnue
to help ra1se the standard of Glen Nor s school
sp1r1t and make many Contrlbutlons to Glen
Money makmg proposmon
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Readler Stephens Stagner Texter ROW 2
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Gear, Beck, Beuhaman, ROW 2 Muller
Amost, Mayo Weber Russel, Kozma, Smlth,
row Coronway, MacFarl1ne Brxghton Ya
vxtch Wynn, ROW 4 Deaver, Lewxs M1
chelle, Henry, Bosacco, Barker Bovard,
Metro, ROW5 Gralnger Spxes, Casner,
Culvson, Goodwm, Yannon, Roblnson
ROW 1 Ryan, Love, Bergman Wescott,
James Tmney Juck, Robmson, Mlss Bxes
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Schullman, Floyd Flsher, Evans, Cormsh,
Downs, ROW 3 Cassels Foote, Novlk Mm
mck Hlggms Lower McGraw Semple Bon
sall, ROW 4 Hamxlton Lupo Schmldt,
Kerstetter Roblnson, Enghsh Blrtwell M11
ler ROW 5 Galbra1th Merman, Daltry
ROW 1 Jacobs, Irrgang Kurtz, Moleskm,
Leahy Scott, Smxth, Watson, Rowe, ROW 2
Doyle Macintosh Kraus Monahan, Spexlman,
Barton, Engle Graham ROW 3 Marker
Altman Hall Brown Fetterhne Torrens
Balrd, ROW 4 Smxth, Betcher Weaver
Cochran, Opperman, Garraty Sharpless
Ellxs Mxller ROW5 Hartman Sly Reese
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Hayes Farguharson, Harper, Knol1,ROW 2
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Engle Hunt, Coupe ROW 2 Wettlaffer,
Kauffman Scandle, Shuster, Mxlls, P1asak1
Balmger Koch, ROW 3 Wllson, Corcoran,
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Rxebel, Frost, Kelly, Butler, Cooper, Bell,
Bruce ROW 3 Rode, Mowinski, Sproul,
Friel, Austm, Thrash, Paret, Polk. ROW 4
Martmez, Yoder, Empson, Deaver, Pratt
ROW 1 Zulletx, Marmara, Johns, Horan,
Albert, Venutl, Baker, ROW 2 Wadlmger,
Weber, Brophy, Holst, Barton, Harbm, Scott
Fry, ROW 3 Hlte Fxscher Hutchlson,
Hltclmer Behrend, Newman Stme, ROW
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ROW 1 Galbraxth, Perelra, Papale, De Voe
Campbell Davls Ackroyd, ROW 2 Keesey,
Hutchms, Salter Stevens, H1111er, Todd Barton,
Blounts ROW 3 H111 Weber Boekenkamp Lapp
Phllhps Staley Dumer ROW 4 Mrs Blerly,
Roshlo, McCausland, Elhs German, Greene, Smlth,
ROW 1 Horan, Talone, Lane, Mxller Zebley
Melster Mebert, ROW 2 Fry, Fmley Irrgang,
Preske, Benson, Rule, ROW 3 Logan Leltch,
Johnston Anderson Seltzer Harrlngton, Nelep
ka, ROW 4 Paddon, Vxloskl, Markley, Venxsh
Kelly Hamxlton Mr Hxrst
ROW1 Krouse, Donahue, Harbm, Llvlngston,
McGu1gan, Feeker, Gambino ROW 2 Wllson,
Rothe Bradshaw Shoop Sxdes Bablnecz, Bernot
sky Garraty, ROW 3 Moleskl, James MIEFOVICK
Wolf Snover Weaver Hance ROW 4 Daltry,
Swaffard, Clardy Moran, Hueston Yeager Mlss
Thompson, Karns, ROW 2 MCM1Ch381, Stevens,
Roberts, NICE, Forgash Zlmmerman, McCall
Mxller, ROW 3 Beatty C1m1no Jenkxns, Fmn
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Conrad Wllson, Mrs Kousz Flctor Wetloffer
ROW 1 Danco Allen Tomaskl Coppock, Ferrell
Weber Jones ROW 2 Clark, Crowle, Patterson,
Colvell Carraty Crowers Peyre Ferry Harteg
ROW 3 Mxss Overton Tuson McFalls Shuster
Flemmg Hxggms Rudolph Landenberger, ROW
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ROW 1 Barton Casey Knoll, Balllle, Mxss Jones Stott Elserman Connery ROW 2 Bell Plaseckm
Knoll Alber Crowle, Stephens Talone, ROW 3 Posey Ellls Bradshaw Mrs Kousz Lextch McFalls
Transue Neff ROW 4 Pugh, Gramger Brown Hopklns, Cooper Outt Talone
The Glen Nor Student Counc11 IS the stu
dent government organlzatlon through Wh1Ch
students may volce thelr op1n1ons and pre
sent thelr problems The word government
means gu1d1ng or steerlng therefore the
C ounc1l works to mamtaln a closer t1e among
the faculty Councll and the student body
Thls year for the flrst t1me s1nce1t has been
1n exxsttnce the Louncll was d1v1ded 1nto two
separate bOd1CS Thls enabled the jumor hlgh
to VOILC their op1n1ons more effectlvcly and
allowed them to galn valuable experlence The
semor and jumor hlgh Counclls worked not
only as a comblned group but also lndepen
mg whxch occurred once amonth was for the
purpose of d1scuss1ng the lssues Wh1Ch gamed
prevalence durlng the
Representatlves were elected by the respec
Each sprlng elect1ons are held for presl
dent and vlce presxdent There are usually
four partles wh1ch are glven the name of
var1ous lndlan trlbes The campalgns com
plete Wlfh speeches platforms and posters
are very colorful They 1nst1ll 1r each student
the knowledge of a democratxc government and
lts procedures Thls year Robert Ba1ll1e was
elected presldent and She1la Knoll v1ce
presldent At the flrst combmed meetmg the
follow1ng were elected JUd19 Stott Secretary
Rlta Casey Correspondmg Secretary and
The Mon1tor1al Commlttee headed by
Nancy Elserman has done an admlrable o
ln controlllng traff1c 1n the halls
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The Gouncil sponsored a record fund drive
in order to purchase the latest records for
the Juke box 1n the gym lt also took charge
of awarding a neatness banner a citizenship
banner and an attendance banner at the end
of each report period Thanks to the Council
honor roll cards were given to students who
maintained a G average or better Worklng
with the guidance counselor and the student
body the Council was able to introduce and
put into effect the Big Brother and Sister
Committee whose job it was to conduct the
Junior high guidance program twice a month
Credit should be given to Dottie Monteith
who headed this committee Each homeroom
was visited by a senior girl and boy who
helped them with their problems and encour
aged them to follow the Glen Nor code
One of the biggest projects was the Bob
Chestnut Fund Drive Bob Chestnut a Ridley
Township football player was seriously in
jured on October 23rd in the annual football
game between Chester High School and Rid
ley Township High School The Council spon
sored a benefit drive at Glen Nor lt set the
goal at S150 but the student body worked
hard and went over its goal to netS186 which
was sent to Bob to help defray his medical
expenses This IS just one of the numerous
things the Council has done to increase the
spirit of good sportsmanship with neighbor
ing high schools
and supervised by the Student Council t
Glen Nor several of the members attended
conferences at other schools These confer
ences proved not only helpful but inspirational
to the students who attended
Thanks to the work and interest of the
sponsors Miss Jones and Mrs Kousz the
Student Council has functioned very smoothly
Glen Nor may be proud of their student
government for it is one of the finest examples
ROW1 Knoll Ellis Piaseclu Grainger ROW 2 Mrs Kousz Bradshaw
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challenge wh1ch faced the Staffof the 1955 Chxef
tam The 1954 yearbook under the edltorshlp of
Jo Anne Savage placed thlrd at the Unlverslty
of Mlnnesota second at Columbla UHIVCISIIY
and flrst 1n Pennsylvanla state competltlons
The goal of fh1S years staff was to top these
As soon as the staff was selected last sprmg
by Mr Robert B Wert the advxsor the task
was begun The theme A Newspaper was
selected and the format was la1d out
The staff was d1rected by the very capable
co ed1tors Vonnle Evans and Lols Rudolph
They were to thank for the f1ne plannlng of the
yearbook and the supervlsmg of the wr1tten
artlcles lt was only because ofthe f1ne guldance
of these hard workers that the staff succeeded
1n producmg fh1S yearbook
Left to rlght Rudolph Mr Wert
COOk1e Mansley the able class ed1tor
gathered together the necessary xnformatlon for
the Sen1or wr1te ups
One of the greatest assets to the staff was
the feature ed1tor Marlon Brooks Her actlvmes
lncluded the artlcles such as band clubs and
orgamzatlons She also worked along w1th the
ed1tors 1n plannlng the format
In the sports department were Lee Mc Falls
boys sports ed1tor and Glnger Ottlnger ed1tor
of g1rls sports Both havmg a personal 1nterest
1n th1s department they performed the1r dutles
The f1ne art work evldent throughout the
yearbook was done by the well qua11f1ed art ed1
tor Carol Sweeney She spent a great deal of
her t1me ach1ev1ng the f1nal art1st1c effect
ROW 1 Ottlnger ROW 2 Mansley Matsmger Brooks Castle ROW 3 McFa1ls
ROW 4 Sweeney
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There were three representat1ves 1n the f1eld
bara Mats1nger and George Castle sk1llful1y
took charge of our heavy photography schedule
The expert Ch1efta1n photographer was Bob Ack
royd Bob could often be seen buslly shoot1ng
the var1ous act1v1t1es around Glen Nor
The eff1c1ent bulness manager was George
Sundal lt was h1S job to lssue and pay the b1l1S
and to balance the Ch1efta1n s account He could
also be found help1ng the Ad Boys Rlta Casey
held the 1mportant pos1t1on of c1rculat1on man
ager She was 1n charge of all homeroom rep
resentatxves and lf was her job to secure sub
scr1bers to the yearbook
The department Wh1Ch proved to be one of
the most 1mportant th1s year was that of adver
t1s1ng The 1ndustr1ous ad managers 1ncluded
Beetle Ba1ll1e and Hank Rutter These boys used
the1r persuas1ve ab1l1t1es to SO11C1I more ads
Left to Rxght W1l11ams Mancmelh, W11k1n
son, Walls, Stott
and patrons than any other yearbook ad team
Last but def1n1tely not least were the Chlef
ta1n typ1sts The g1rls 1nclud1ng Judle Stott
Patt Walls Carole WIIKIUSOU CarolManc1nel11
and Janet W1l11ams gave much of thelr t1me
typlng art1c1es so as to reach all deadl1nes
The faculty adv1sor to the Ch1efta1n Mr
Robert B Wert gave w1ll1ngly of h1S t1me and
talent to a1d the staff 1n any way poss1ble
Through the d1l1gent work of the entlre
Ch1efta1n staff th1s yearbook conta1ns more
pages than any prev1ous one g1v1ng r1se to the
slogan The smallest class Wlth the largest
yearbook wh1ch was used to promote sales
Moreover th1s book also has a custom made
cover of wh1ch the staff IS very proud
The entlre staff of the 1955 Ch1efta1n 1S con
f1dent that th1s yearbook IS one of the f1nest ever
at Glen Nor
ROW 1 Manc1nel11, McFal1s, Mansley, Rutter, Ba1ll1e, Ackroyd ROW 2 Matsmger, Brooks,
Ottmger, Castle, Sundal. ROW 3 Evans, Walls, W1l11ams, Casey, Sweeney, W1lk1nson ROW4
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INTERN Tl0NAl HUNIIRARY SUCIETY
FUR HIGH SCH00l IUIIRNMISTS
FIRST ROW - Ottinger, Casey, Walls SECOND ROW- Matsinger, Evans Brooks
Rudolph, Ackroyd THIRD ROW - Baillie Sundal, Castle
The Qu1ll and Scroll Natlonal Honor Socxety
for H1gh School Journallsts sponsored by North
western Un1vers1ty Chlcago, l1l1no1s is the
hlghest award glven 1n Glen Nor for outstandmg
The qual1f1cat1ons for membersh1p 1n the
SOCICIY are cand1dates must be semors and they
must be mn the upper th1rd of thelr class 1n
general scholastlc achlevement at the tlme of
thelr electlon They must have done superlor
work xn wr1t1ng ed1t1ng or buslness manage
ment Thus lt IS apparent thatonly someonewlth
1n1t1at1ve good wr1t1ng ab1l1ty and zest can
accompllsh these requlrements lt IS hard work
but what a proud feelmg to know that you have
been accepted as a member of the soc1ety
The members who were selected thls year
are LOIS Rudolph co ed1tor Vonme Evans
co edltor MHTIOU Brooks feature edltor V1r
g1n1a Ottlnger g1rl s sports edltor Carol
Sweeney art edltor Barbara Matsmger photo
graphy edltor Robert Ackroyd photographer
George Sundal Busmess manager Robert
Ba11l1e advertlslng manager R1ta Casey c1r
culatxon edltor Patt Walls and Judy Stott
Each has done an outstandmg Job 1n h1s
Future Journahsts at work.
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Overley, Elserman Walls
Electlon to the Natlonal Honor SOCISIY repre
sents the hlghest honor a pupll may recelve at
Glen Nor To become a member of th1S soclety
the student must be ln the upper quarter of h1s
class have a record of servlce to the school be
an outstandlng leader and be a person of good
character Each year the SOC16Iy holds IIS annual
sprlng tea whereby II welcomes both old and new
members Membershxp 1n the SOCIETY IS deter
mlned by takmg f1ve per cent of the tenth
grade ten per cent of the eleventh grade and
f1fteen per cent of the twelfth grade The off1cers
of the Sen1or Nat1onal Honor Soce1ty are Presl
dent Bob Ba1ll1e Vxce Presldent Vonn1e Evans
Secretary Rlta Casey Treasurer Marlon
The Junlor Nat1onal Honor Soclety was also
created to g1ve outstandmg Jumor h1gh students
a chance for recognltlon Members are chosen
1n much the same manner as the sen1or SOCIGIY
wxth fxve per cent of the seventh grade ten per
cent of the e1ghth grade and flfteen per cent
of the n1nth grade belng selected The off1cers
are Presxdent Bob Gralnger V1ce Presldent
Ellls Sergeant at Arms Albert Bradshaw
Both socletles Wlth the able sponsorshlp
of Mlss Ruth Hassler, are symbolxzed by the
flamlng torch Wlth a keystone background for
the Sen1or Natlonal Honor SOCICIY Membershlp
m these socletxes IS the a1m of every amb1t1ous
ROW l Hutchmson, McFarl1ne Coronway, Hartman Yavltch ROW 2 Krapp Farqueharson Calhoun
Miss I-lassler Staley Txnney Veldhoven, ROW 3 Bosacco Graxnger Walton Coleman Hagerman
Deaver Lewls Gurney McClellan
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Only a newspaperl Qu1ck read qu1ck lost
Who sums the treasure that II carrxes hence?
Glen Nor IS very proud of lndlan Echoes
the school newspaper lt 1S pub'1shed once a
month and 1S avallable to the entlre student
body for just a small slum The paper IS both
1nterest1ng and 1nformat1ve and It always con
tams many surpr1ses
The co ed1tors who are constantly str1v1ng
to better the paper, are Carole Roseman and
George Mager The feature ed1tors who 1nclude
Beverly Whxte Jeanne Preske and JanetSnover
do a good job of holdlng the mterest of the
readers Also worthy of ment1on, are the sports
SEATED Mrs Blerly,
STANDING Mrs Schreffler,
Mager, Roseman, Yav1tch
ed1tors Arthur Wa1te and DaV1d Sweatman and
reporters Gary Dlxner, JBHICC Talone Penny
Neff Lynda Ernanual Barbara Bolton and R1ta
rl-'l'l1S year there 1S a spec1al Junlor hlgh staff
and the junlor hlgh has a speclal sectlon 1n the
paper devoted to 1IS act1v1t1es The Jumor hlgh
ed1tor IS Sarah Yav1tch and the co ed1tors are
LOIS MacFar11ne and Mary Hartman
SPECIHI mentlon must be made of the f1ne
who have been of great help to the staff
The entlre lnd1an Echoes staff IS trymg
earnestly to pubhsh the best paper posslble
Wlfh thelr ch1ef alm belng to present that
Wh1Ch pleases the students
ROW 1 Mrs Schreffler, Roseman, Ma er, ROW 1 Mrs Blerly, Yav1tch, ROW 2
ROW 2 Emanuel, Snover, Talone, Presk MacFarl1ne, Hartman, Johnston, ROW 3
Walsh, ROW 3 Neff, Bolton, DIXIIGF, Ack Frank, Scandle, Moleskl, German, Smlth
sponsors, Mrs. Schreffler and Mrs. Bierly,
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AUDIU-VISUAL EDUCATIUN CUMMITTEE
Burgoyne Rutter, Mxlls, Mr Rennard Wolfenden Lapp Clark Ackroyd
OW 1 Engle Wolfenden Mr Rennard Waxte Roblnson Wynn ROW 2 Lapp Casner Ackroyd
Engle Rutter Burgoyne Metro Connery Clark, ROW 3 Donaldson Mtlls Coleman
The Aud1oV1sual Ldueatlon lommlttee Or VIS
Ld as II IS better known ls one of the most 1m
portant and most needed eommxttees ln Clen Nor
berger qulte a number of years ago and IS now
under the supervlslon of our Asslstant Prmclpal
Jacob A Rennard
The VIS Ed Commlttee has a machlne to f1t
almost every need Thls department mamtalns and
operates tape recorders motlon pleture projectors
mlcrophones record players radlos spot l1ghlS
sllde projectors fllm strlp projeetor opaque pro
jeetors ampllflers the Juke box and the publlc
address system at home football games
The most lmportant actlvlty of the Vls ld
Lommlttee 15 the lnstallatlon and operatlon of the
eomplxeated llghtmg and ampllflcatlon for the Xnnual
Sprlng Concert The Commxttee also operates danees
They are best known for showlng motlon pltture
ln classrooms to supplement elass work
These boys who are members of the V1 ld
Commlttee work hard and the sehool owes them 1
great deal of eredlt
We thank the Vls Ld Commxttee for :job well
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McM1chael, Mr Landxs ZNDROW Rule, Nlce, Wett
laufer Irrgang Gorman, Markley,Ba1rd, Stevens
3RD ROW Kraus, Fowle Ferstetter Monahan,
Roberts, Hager, Opperman Marker,Sp1e1man, Bruce
1ST ROW Ross Hamxlton Wettlaufer Johns Behr
end Daltry Newman Shuster Ballxnger, Casner,
Copenhagen Hueston Daltry Bradshaw Plaseclu
Smrth Mr Hlrst Shuster Babmez
1ST ROW Lavender hemmgway, Engel, Sweeney,
Mxles McFalls M1ssF1nke Ottmger, Casey,Texter,
Krapp Veldhoven ZNDROW Mats1nger,S1des,Carr,
Readler Farquharson,Serunt1ne Selfert Stott, Camp
bell, Salter, Salter Bolton 3RD ROW Matslnger
Neff, Norton, McClellan, Llnde Yannon Walsh, Walls,
Dlcklnson Cale Sherman, Leltch 4TH ROW
Fletcher, Yeager Verostlck, Prettyman, Pltzold,
Casey Stephens, Knoll, Elsenhower, Beckett, Corner,
Stagner 5TH ROW McAll1ster Snover, Davxs,V1lo
sk1, Davls, Weber Brooks, Talone, Montelth, Exser
man, Rudolph Evans 6TH ROW Boorse, Harper
Plulhps, Seltzer, Pugh, Sulllvan, Preske Malxck,
Camerschlag, Hughes, Mansley Sproul, Davls
IST ROW DeVoe Lane Flemmg Logan, Fleming
Talone, Mebert Galbrglth, Mundell,Snover 2NDROW
Mxss Fxnke, Feaker Ackerman, McGu1gan
Sensor Rod and Gun Club
LAYING Overley Coleman Dmmore I-laxg, Paulson
ROW 1 Dando Peyre Ferry Davls Mr Geno,Rapp
old, Engle, W1lson ROW 2 Mlrman, Blrtwell, Engle
Girls Sports Club
ROW 1 Hance, Mrs D Donnell, Moleskx, Lapp Hlll,
Mansley ROW 2 Moran Wolf Mltrovlk, Melster
Zebley Thompson ROW 3 Karns Landenberger
Yeager, Knorr, Clmmo, Dyson
Jumor Rod and Gun Club
ROW 1 Wilson, Engle, Dando ROW 2 Mlrman
Raup Blrtwell, Vemsh, Lewis ROW 3 Krause,
Shadwell, Wllson, Sldes, Flctor, Preske, Hutchms,
Blounts, Benson, Eagen. ROW 4 Hlgglns Mebert1
Bernotsky, Pratt, Hardy Peyre, Ferry Green, I-lud
son, Mr Knoll
Boys Sports Club
ROW 1 Lapp, Brown, Hamxlton, Mowmsln, Polk
Forgash Sorrels, Lacox McGraw Douns, English,
Mr Harlan. ROW 2 Frey, Keesey, Paulson, Fin
ley, Macintosh, Mulligan, Fraser, Lupo, Roshio,
Miller, Mr. Cunmngham. ROW 3 l-lllller, Smith,
Roberts, Vxlosln, Reynolds, Jenkms, Deaver, Mc
Callm, Frost, Kelly ROW 4 Altman, Bonsall,
Carson, Chrraty, Mllls, German, Davxdson, gal
bralth, Robmson ROW 5 Scott, Torrens, Engle,
Schmxdt, Frey, Connors, Srdes, Holst
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CLARINETS - L. Rudolph, C. Sweeney, S. Mallck, J. Snover,
G. Coronway, R. Grainger, C. Scott, K. Sharp, V. Yannone, J.
Buhlmann, E. Evans, J. Northam, R. Barton, C. Tomaski, B.
Campbell, M. Conrad, C. Davis, A. Ferrell, S. Rudolph, L.
Fillman, B. Borkland, S. Wise, H. Snyder, W. Dieffenback.
TENOR SAXOPHONE - E. Bauer, S. Bosacco, W. Colwell, J.
ALTO SAX - J. Lavender, P. Henry, M. Sltkoski, R. Miller,
M. Reed, L. Grainger.
FRENCH HORN- E. Yavitch, B. Founds.
TROMBONE - D. German, F. Krapp, C. Weber, W. Patterson,
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BASSES- C. Overley, B. Talbot.
DRUNB - D. Engel, W. Brown, J. Sinex, T. Ernest, S. Rode,
W. Bell, D. Butler, G. McCauseland.
BELL LYRAS - V. Evans, M. Roop, J. Barrick, N. Eiserman.
FLUTES- L. Phillips, E. Foote, G. l-loffnagle.
TRUMPET - R. Crowers, R. German, J. Stevens, N. Staley,
C. Brophy, W. Hale, D. Barton, B. Yoder, M. Muller, J. Barker,
R. Clarke, J. Spless, H. Russell, G. Dinmore, E. McGlennen,
T. Outt, R. Martin.
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Weber, Transue Monteith, Pugh Talone Atwood
Of the large and acttve orgamzat1ons at
Glen Nor the most popular IS the band
Mr Marlm O Neal the d1rector IS a well
lxked teacher at Glen Nor He IS much more
than a dlrector 1n h1s way he IS an under
standlng frlend to all and knows just how the
members of h1s orgamzatlon should clxck
Durmg the f1rst part of the year the band
could be seen spend1ng thelr early Thursday
mormngs dr1ll1ng and perfectmg the1r rou
tmes for the football games The band Wh1Ch
Mr ONeal terms as h1S happy famlly
could always be heard playxng a peppy tune
durmg t1me out at the games
Around November Mr O Neal found h1m
self hurrvmg to get h1s speczalty acts ready
for the annual Varlety Show whxch IS always
a huge success Chrxstmas was soon at hand
and the march1ng band turned to concert
work preparmg the Chrlstmas Program
whxch IS presented each year for the com
bmed P T A s of Glenolden and Norwood
At the start of the new year the band
really started to work They practlced every
mmute they posslbly could because the
Sprmg Concert was approachlng Thts b1g
event IS held on the flrst Frlday and Satur
day of May and all the muslcal organlzatlons
of Norwood and Glenolden Elementary and
Glen Nor lhgh Schools take part Everyone
enjoys fhlS event as the program consxsts
mamly of three parts the Swmg Band the
Glee Clubs and the Concert Band
All thxs Sald we cannot forget the beauty
of the band whlch mcludes the Colorguards
Majorettes and Flag Twlrlers They are
constantly work1ng out new rout1nes whlch
requlre so much sk1ll and practlclng
Stott Kn011Ml1eS Campbell Fetter Torrlcellas Brooks Elhs Cline Walls
Sherman Emmanuel Jones
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Mx' O'Nea1, Muller, Outt, Krapp Stott
One of the best l1ked muslcal orgamzatlons
here at Glen Nor IS the Swlng Band Th1s
band wh1ch are extremely talented 1n playmg
swmg muslc Often they are asked to do solo
work and also to accompany the VOCSIISIS and
dancers Each year they take actlve part ln
the Spr1ng Concert and the Varlety Show
Mr O Neal can often be seen accompanymg
th1s group wlth hxs trumpet
W1th1n the Swlng Band there lS a group
known to everyone as the Marlmalres They
so named themselves after Mr Marl1n O
Neal Th1S tr1o IS composed of two semors
Vonnle Evans and Judte Stott and a Junlor
Eddle Bauer The group IS always busy f1l1
1ng engagements ln many shows held around
Glen Nor Also they have appeared on tele
VISION and have played for numerous charxt
able organlzatlons Glen Nor can well boast
of nts muslcal groups w1th such talent as the
Although the proflts of the Varxety Shows
and Concerts are methods of pay1ng the band s
yearly expenses they cannot do wlthout the
help and mterest of the organlzatlon known as
the Band Boosters composed of the parents
of the members of the band Each year IhlS
group works hard to ralse suffxclent funds
to help flnance band needs Justlast year the
band purchased drums whlch were an added
attractlon to the band s appearance thxs year
lt IS needless to say that wlthout the
leadersh1p mterest and dlrectxon of Mr
O Neal these muslcal orgamzatlons cer
taxnly would not begln to measure up to the
standards they now have attamed
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FIRST ROW Krap Bunch, Whxte Lavender, Barton Ottlnger, W1ll1ams Wxllne, Jefferson Jones, weff,
SECOND ROW Torr1cel11s Emanuel, Schaffer Casner Roseman, Wlllde, Hagerman Roop, Campbell
Sexfert, Stott Seruntxne THIRD ROW Veldhoven, Readler Wllson Walls, Transue, Knoll, Elsenhower
Fetter Mlles, Matsmger Stephens McGlennen Yavltch Martln, Talbot Horan, Howard Overley, Outt,
Bauer Dlnmore Brown Smex, FOURTH ROW Cassels, Reese Wnlkmson, Moore, Beckett McFalls
Sherman, Snover Davls Davls, Weber Schnelder Evans, FIFTH ROW Davls, Phlllxps Talone, Brooks
Montelth Elserman Rudolph Mallck C11ne Pugh Sulllvan, Sweeney
The Junlor and Sen1or Hlgh Glee clubs
are well known s1nce they have partxclpated
3CI1VC1y 1n Glen Nor s mus1cal programs
Both groups took part 1n the combmed P T A
Chrxstmas program, the Annual Sprmg Con
cert and varxous assembly programs presen
ted throughout the year Th1S year for the
f1rst t1me the Semor I-hgh Band and present
members of the Semor Hlgh Glee Club com
to the mterest and work of MISS Schaffer
the group has been successful Students from
the Semor Glee Club were selected to repre
sent Glen Nor at the DISEIICI chorus of the
Pennsylvama Mus1c Educatlon Assoc1at1on
Both groups practlced d1l1gently for the
Annual Sprlng Concert wh1ch the muslc de
partrnent presents Wlth prlde each year Glen
Nor IS known for IIS fme muslc department
and both glee clubs are a part of that happy
ROW 1 Lxvlngston, Herbert, Floyd Leonard Talone, McM1chael, Stevens Wllson Flscher Brown, Sxdes
Shoop, Nelce Zlmmerman ROW 2 Hoase Jenk1ns, Anderson, Leltch Martm, Seltzer, Weber James
Gambmo Horan Mlller Nmm, Johnson Mebert, Beatey Forgash, ROW 3 K1rtz, Moleskl Calhoun
Doyle Jacobs Hall Leahy Hunt Schnell Landgraf Stanley I-larrlngton Nxlepka, Hoveden Wxlson
Fmnerty ROW 4 Abt Culbertson Betcher Clark, Hayes George, Pxdgeon Sm1th Hexght Hutchmson,
Rowe Pxdgeon, Andrews Bergman, Irrgang Clardy ROW 5 Thrash Sproul Foote Lamson Hartman
Novlck Corcoran, Fetterlme Weaver Brown Mmmck Talone Martm Mendenhall Knoll Daltry
ROW 6 Westerberg, Lower, Horton Goodwln Brlghton, Hxgh, Sly Mlller Frlel Austln Hartly, Seltzer
Paret Walton Rappold
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hm period lead mn he mmpeal wwf Body shop the mf ha 'football squad mc-'nbers and mar
llor two TD: The lndmns struck, ham? 'dnnwd 'Q 'h' m mukparmts
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The Athletlc ASSOCIHIIOH 15 an off1ce deszgned to
g1V6 pup11 ICDFGSCHIHIIOD 1n the f1nanc1al phase of
The Lounc1l cons1sts of the Pr1nc1pal a faculty
comm1ttee of coaches of all boys and g1rls athlet1cs
and student offlcers Th1S year the four students elec
ted off1cers were Pres1dent George Castle VICC
Presldent Edd1e lrv1ng Secretary Shexla Knoll
Treasurer Dott1e Monte1th The Faculty head 1sMr
The Athletlc Assoc1at1on ISSUES membershlpcards
to the students These cards ent1tle one to enter all
sports act1v1t1es at student pr1Ces They also entltle
the holder to attend ASQOLIHIIOD meet1ngs to hold
off1ce to be a member of any team and to part1c1
pate ln any Sp6Cla1 prlvlleges declded upon by the
The chtef expense of the Athletlc Ass0c1at1on IS
the athlet1c awards WhlCh are bought for athletes who
have obta1ned enough per1ods of play and to squad
members and managers who are recommended by
The Glen Nor letter award IS glV6D to each mem
ber of a team at the t1me he IGCGIVCS h1s f1rst cer
t1f1tate For each successwe year of playmg a seal
lb embossed upon another cert1f1cate Speual gold
a team w1ns more than half of 1ts games
l1lect10n of off1cers of thc Athletlc Counul are
held 1n May of each year by the student body Tht
eleventh grade nommates those who run for pres1dent
and treasurer and the tenth grade nommatts those
for v1ce presxdent and setrctary
Thls year the school ga1ned possesslon of three
trophles through the v1ctor1es of the football teams
These troph1es are under the care of thc Athlf.t1c
Assoc1at1on and can be found 1n the school trophy
case The most 1mportant of the three 1S the trophy
presented to the wlnner of the Prospect Park Glen
Nor game It IS sponsored by the Murray Stuart
Ralbley V F W Post Another IS the Ch1chester trophy
sponsored by Mr E R1chards Wh1Ch Glen Nor won
thts year The th1rd trophy was presented to the
Jun1or H1gh School 'ootball team 1n recogn1t1on of
thelr undefeated season
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ROW1 Wilson, Wxllne Ottmger Phllltps, Veldhoven ROW2 Hagerman Stephens,
MCI-'alls Leltch Porter Elsenhower Whlte
ThlS year the Cheerleaders found themselves with
the job of bulldlng up school Splflt Th1S has been one
of the maln problems faemg the squad eaeh year
Thelr flrst job was teachlng the new glrls the eheers
Precedmg the opemng football game the gurls put
on a very xmpresslve pep rally ind the next day found
them cheerlng thelr hearts out at C llfton llelghts
but to no avall SIHQC the team lost a heart breaker
The glrls always kept eheermg and blllldlllg, up splrlt
As we all know Prospect Park lb our greatest rxval
and the glrls planned for thxs pep rally and game
weeks ahead of t1me Thls pep rally was marked wxth
many speclal stunts and proved tobeaglgantxe suceess
partlally due to the fact that jumor hlgh had been
taught many of the cheers ln a specxal assembly
There were many comments praxsxng thus rally say
Ing that lf was the best one ln years Football season
flnally came to lts cllmax at the annual Thanksglvlng
Day game It was lndeed a memorable event for the
Before the glrls reallzed ll basketball season was
upon them and they agaln dld thelr very best for the
students 'md team
Thls year the squad was led by thelr splrlted
Captaln Gmger Ottmger The other gxrls are Anna
Phllllps Clorla W1lk1e Jo Anne Wilson C"1rol Porter
Thelma Hagerman BOOISIC Whlte lorrame Elsen
hower lorene MCFalls Judy Stephens Pat leltch
LIZ Veldhoven and Sandy Texter manager
Ihe jumor hlgh also had a suceessful season
Miss Overton 15 the sponsor of both squads
ROW1 Farquharson Ryan Marmara Staley Beck ROW 2 Hagerman, Ellis, Cassels
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rrvmg, ROW 2 Rougeau Brown Cooper Houseman, Brltt Corcoran, Wolfendon German, Davidson,
Edmtnston ROW3 Barton Kmg Ernst Smex Hopkms Baxllte Kelly Tepper, Plark, Rhemhart
The 1954 football season actually began 1n
August when the team attended football camp at
Camp Dwlght ln Dowlngtown Pennsylvama
The camp fee IS earned by the team through
var1ous act1v1t1es held 1n the school year Wh1le
at camp they scrtmmaged several other teams
and topped Upper Dublm an up state school
The lndlans opened the1r league season
aga1nst Cl1fton He1ghts A strong Cl1fton team
overpowered them w1th a score of 27 0 Playmg
on Eddystone s fleld the team agam met defeat
The fmal score was 37 7
Profttmg from their past defeats thelndlans
bounded back w1th a Sfflklflg vlctory over the
Owls of Sharon H111 on the1r own f1eld wlnmng by
a score of 12 0 Overconf1dence proved to be
Glen Nor s downfall the followmg Frlday when
Nether Provxdence dumped them 30 7
The mlddle of the season brought to Glen
Nor s fleld the1r tradltlonal rlvals Prospect
Park The lndlans clobbered the Prospecters
27 0 securmg permanent possesslon of a tro
phy presented by the LeVan Smlth Ralbley Vet
eran of Forexgn Wars for wmmng lf three t1mes
The next two opponents Glen Nor faced were
consldercd two of the strongest teams 1n Dela
ware County Swarthmore and Lolllngdale
They proved too much for the lndlans and agaln
Down you go' Who s on the bottom?
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they went down 1n defeat The scores were 26 0
and 41 0 respect1vely
The Glen Nor Chlchester game proved to be
one of the most thrllllng games of the year as
stated by the Chester Tlmes Traxllng at half
ume 26 13 the lndxans rallled to nose out the
awe strlcken Chxchester team 27 26 As a re
sult of thls w1n the school recelved the Edgar
E Rlchards competltlve trophy
The annual Turkey Day Game w1th Yeadon
was played at home Once agaln the lndlans
although they fought hard tasted defeat by the
score of 20 6
The semors leav1ng the team th1s year are
Lou Kelly and Rod Tepper tackles Bob Ba1l11e
Smear em up!
SC ORE BOARD
end Ken Rougeau and Joe Clark guards Tom
B111 Sharpless and Lee McFalls halfbacks
and Harry Kmg fullback who was the leadlng
The Junlor varslty although they dlsplayed
keen 1n1at1ve lacked experlence whxch IS a val
uable asset to any team ln the flrst three games
the team met wlth defeat The scores were
Eddystone 13 0 Swarthmore 13 12 and Colllng
dale 32 0 ln the last game Glen Nor nosed
out Prospect Park by a score of 14 13
Next year many of the players w1ll have a
lxfe tlme dream fulfllled when they secure a
pos1t1on on the Varslty team
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Extra! Extra! Read all about 1tl Glen
Nor s hockey team comes out on top for the
thlrd year 1n a row
Th1s season the glrls got an early start
Some went to hockey camp at Agnes lrwln
wh1le the rest pract1ced under the dlrectlon
of our coach Mrs Thompson on the home
and after a pep talk from the captaln and
rlght wlng R1ta Casey a cheer for thelr
opponent R1dley Park and the battle cry
Acky Wacky Wxcky Woo the team ran out on
the fleld rarlng to go Thls contest wound up a
ROW 1 Readler, Veldhoven
Salter, Salter Ottmger
Boorse McAl11ster, ROW 2
Neff Romero Snover, Ste
phens Hxtchner, McClellan
Leltch, ROW 3 Beckett, Wtl
son, Mansley, Mrs ODonnel1,
Ph1ll1ps, Weber Hart, Barton
ROW 1 Casey, ROW 2
Campbell Brooks Evans, Els
erman, Rudolph, Sulhvan Mrs
Thompson, Fletcher Sweeney
Texter, Selfert, Matsmger
In the1r next game whxch was played away
they swamped Colllngdale 3 0 Then they ran
1nto a l1ttle had luck and were downed by Rld
ley Townsh1p 4 1 But you can t keep a good
team down and they bounced rlght back and
Whlpped Sharon H111 2 0 The next game was
played 1n the pourlng ram and the mud on
the f1eld was so th1ck that the glrls were
nosed out by Prospect Park 3 2 Eddystone
proved to be a tough battle but tlme ran out
and left If a t1e Then ln the last game of the
season Wlth the glrls play1ng thelr hearts out
they smashed Yeadon 4 0
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Flnally, the first scheduled game came, slipping and falling. Atthismeeting theywere
Our center forward Carol Sweeney proved
to bc hlgh scorer wxth 9 POIDIS The rest of
the hard fxghtmg forward lme conslsted of
left w1ng Marlon Brooks left mner Mary
Jane Sull1van rxght mner AIICC Keesey and
of course rxght w1ng captam Rlta Casey The
backf1eld was completely mexperlenced as far
as vars1ty compet1t1on goes but the glrls d1d
an admlrable job They were Nancy Elserman
Barbara Campbell Sandy Texter Lots Ru
dolph Peggy Sexfert and Vonn1e Evans and
also our very outstandlng goalle Barbara
The gxrls experlenced a successful sea
Yeahl Glen Nor
son and the three underclassmen who played
varsity have even hlgher hopes for next year
Th1S year the Junxor varslty hockey team
was every b1t as successful as the varslty
These glrls were mostly sophomores wlth
no experlence and they deserve a lot of
credlt They really showed that they have a
great deal of ab1l1ty The junlors and sen1ors
on the team are also to be congratulated
for thexr fme Job thxs season
Mrs O Donnell the J V coach was
pleased Wlth thelr successful season but she
would have been happler had there not been
so many t1es
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A few weeks before the season beg an Coleh
Qunnmgham ealled praetlee for the lndlans
The bov-1 were green and lnexperleneed exeept
for one prev1oue vars1ty member aenlor Bob
l3a11l1e The flret game wae at Qollmgdale
The lnd1anQ were defeated by the Colle. 1n a
poorly played game The followmg game Glen
Nor traveled to Sharon 11111 to meet the Owls
Mueh 1mprovement was Shown 1n Lunmngham 5
qulntet After a Globe game all the way the
Owla rallled to w1n 59 -10 The next t11t was on
the Ind1ans floor A very good Yeadon team
defeated the Ind1ans 72 42 In the annual
Alumn1 game the grads romped to a 90 32
v1ctory The next was a non league game
An 11 splred lnd1an qu1ntet defeated C h1chester
53 46 13a1l11e Brown and Melnalla poured 1n
20 12 and 10 p0lntS respeeuvely The fol
lowlng game the 1nd1ane buffered a defeat at the
hands of the Stoners of Eddystone 62 32 Ihe
next game was Wlfh R1dley Townshlp Ihe
Ind1ans were topped 62 43 by the Sect1on 3
Champs Ba11l1e and Brown were hlgh for the
Ind1ans Wlfh 20 and 11 respeetlvely e
Ind1ans were nosed out 1n the next engagement
62 53 by the Garnet of Swarthmore Next the
Ind1ans traveled to Conshoeken where they
buffered defeat 55 36 Germm and B31lllL
h1t double f1gureQ Wlfh 10 and 13 pomte re
speet1ve1y The next game Glen Nor traveled
Left to R1ght ROW1 M1115 Davxdson Smex Hopklns Kloech Overley M1115 I-hrst ROW 2 1rv1ng
Bolton Gurney Fmley Butler
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to Prospect to meet thelr arch r1val Ba1ll1e
led the lndlans attack w1th a smooth 30 pomts
as the Indlans won out 56 52 The followlng
game was a non league t1lt wnth Nether Provl
dence The Provles won 69 46 The lndxans
next engagement was w1th the red and whnte of
Rldley Park It was a tlght game all the way
but the Rxdley qulntet rallled to w1n 50 42
German was h1gh w1th 15 The next game Glen
Nor was nosed out once agaln by Eddystone
65 58 Baxllxe had 29 POINTS for the lndlans
In the game wlth the Green Ralders of Town
sh1p the lndlans were stopped 76 40 ln the
second mcetlng w1th Prospect the Maroon and
Gold crushed them 58 44 Ba1ll1e was hlgh
OPP G N SCORES
w1th 19 On the home court the Bears of
Conshocken who had crushed the Chlefs ofG1en
Nor by a 19 pomt margln 1nthe1r flrst en
counter were defeated by a hustllng Glen Nor
qulntet 60 45 Three lndlans hit double flgures
Wllh McFalls leading the way wlth 21 counters
The next game Glen Nor journeyed to Lans
downe only to accept defeat at the hands of the
Sectlon Ill champs 82 35 In the last league
encounter the Redsklns from Glenolden and
Norwood went to Rldley Park loslng to Johnny
Dolgard and hxs team mates 82 52 Balllle was
the teams hlgh scorer w1th 247 pomts for the
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SEATED Casey ODonne1l Wilkie STANDING Algard Hart Mansley Brooks Sweeney Evans Eiserman
lt seemed as though the girls had no sooner
put their hockey stieks away than it was time
to start basketball This year the girls sue
ceeded in doing something that hadn t been done
for five years they won a game in fact they
One important factor in their winning was
the spirit which their co captains Dot Casey
showed how mueh they wanted to wrn by playing
their hearts out every game The individual
scoring honors go to Marion Brooks with 118
points Carol Sweeney with 78 points and Jean
Hart with 41 points Both Marion and Carol are
seniors but Jean is only a sophomore
Rebound necessary P
The guards who did an excellent job but very
seldom received any glory were Dot Casey
Gloria Wilkie and Carol Mansley with substi
tutes Nancy Eiserman and Vonnie Evans also
doing very well These girls are all seniors
The girls began their season on a discour
aging note They were defeated in the first
four eimes against Yeadon Media Ridley Park
thev eame baek in the fifth game againstfol
lingdale to win 28 27 lhe game was neck and
neck ill the way but the C N girls succeeded
in bringing., home their first vietory I'wo more
losses followed but the eirls eouldnt be held
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The1r next Wln came when they smashed Nether
to N P s meager 24 The glrls wound up the1r
season w1th a spectacular crushlng llctory
over the1r greatest r1val Prospect Park From
the very begmnmg the glrls took the lead and
the guards out d1d themselves by keepmg Pros
pcct s forwards down w1th only 19 po1nts to
38 for G N
The g1rls .I V Basketballteam came through
w1th a wmmng season fhlS year the record
belng flVC w1ns and four losses Three of the
four losses were the result of very close games
w1th G N losmg by only one or two po1nts
The team was composed ma1nly of sopho
the Varslty team 1n the next few years Two of
these sophomores Al1ce Keesey and Sandy
Texter subbed 1n several Varslty games and
added exper1ence to the1r record
Both teams were led by very capable coaches
The Varslty coach Mrs ODonnell was re
sponslble for the undaunted efforts of her team
to clalm VICIOIY three tlmes Under the able
guldance of Mrs Thompson thc jumor varsxty
proved to be a tough opponent Many thanks and
congratulauons are due to both of these f1nc
coaches for the Splflf and drlve they trans
ferred to the g1rls
ROW l Mrs Thompson Hemxngway Keesey Veldhoven Salter Salter ROW 2 Readler Sherman Neff
'VIcAll1ster ROW 3 Zxnn, Texter, Talone, Sul11van, Cale, Stephens
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ROW 1 Macmtosh Branton, Bmgman Bayle, Clme Harpster Beck Chocker ROW 2 Mattern, Sharp
less, DePaul Schhefer Jackson Davxdson Irvmg, Frlcker
Th1S year the boys were lnexperlenced but
showed plenty of ambxtlon and desxre to 1mprove
themselves They began thelr season w1th
Sprmgfleld the f1na1 score belng 4 3 Glen Nor
the wlnner It looked as though Glen Nor was on
the way to a w1nn1ng season by defeat1ng
Marple Newtown 6 3
In the f1rst league game the lndxans met
suff competltlon wlth Swarthmore losxng 2 1
The next game the lndlans were very weak 1n
the h1tt1ng department and lost to a good
Conshohocken club Rldley Parks all Delco
pltcher Joe Mxtchell p1tched a no h1t
run game at the expense of Glen Nor The
lnd1an s arch r1val Prospect Park was next
but Glen Nor succumbed to a s1ugg1ng foe
6 1 Glen Nor showed poor h1tt1ng 1n loslng to
Rxdley Townshlp 8 0 and to Eddystone 5 3
The next game of the season they showed thelr
best form Bob Bayle pxtched a brllllant 3 1
upset over Swarthmore Conshohoken dupllcated
the1r prevlous vxctory wxth a 7 3 score ln a
rematch Wllh Rldley Park the lndlans showed
a strong attack but lost 7 4 Agaln Prospect
dumped the lndlans 3 1 Glen Nor defeated a
good Townsh1p team 4 1 The fmal game of
the season was lost to Eddystone 8 7 Frank
Chne and Ken DePaul were the team s lead1ng
hxtters each hav1ng a fmal battmg average of
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IUNIUR HIGH SPORTS
ROW 1 McCall Smlth Forgash Vemsh Hamllton Lacox, Kozma Smlth Polk Downs Brown ROW 2
Empson, Muller, Yannone, Henry, Roblnson Hamilton, Mulltken, Lupo, DeLeo, McGraw, Engllsh ROW 3
Mr Hlrst, Ballmger, Mltro, SPIESS, Torrens, Robmson, Operman, Mlller, Bouchelle Cockerlll Gall
breth Bosacco Lew1s,Corn1sh
l'he blg hlghllght of the Jumor High sports
program was the undefeated football team under
the able dlreetlon of Mr Wharton Hlrst A
total of lll pomts was seored by the Glen Nor
boys eompared to a mere 33 for the opposltlon
It IS hoped that the boys w1ll contlnue to show
the same splrlt 1n Semor Hlgh Mr Hlrst 15
lhe Jumor Hxgh basketball squad after
getting off to a slow start 18 expeeted to flmsh
Jr Hlgh Basketball
RORI Beck Engle Loxe Scott Corcoran
Andrews lrrgang, Marlnara ROW 2 Hays
George Staley Staley Moran Sharp I-Zxans
ROW 3 'VlatFarl1ne Smlth Walton Hager
man Roblnson Mrs ODonnell Coronway
Sharpless Cassels Vllller Ellls
the regular season wmnmg at least 50 per eent
of tts games Under the able leadershlp of
Mr Russell Harlan the team IS expeeted to
make a good showlng ln a post season tourna
Xnother novel feature of thls program ls
the glrls basketball team This 1nnovat1on under
to develop the added meentlve so sought llllllllll
the femmlne set at Cllen Nor
Jr Hlgh Basketball
KNEELING Mr Harlan, Engllsh Bosacco
Galbralth, Torrens Gramger, Hamllton,
Semple ROW2 Weber Lacox, Forgash
F1ctor Brown Moran, Hamllton Daltry
Markley lrrgang Wettlaufer ROW 3 Dal
try, Rhodes, Clark Deaver, Robmson
Roberts, Deaver Masteller Pratt Shuster,
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May Day IS one of the most antlelpated
events of the school year at Glen Nor The
entlre student body IS d1v1ded1nto two teams
Gold and Maroon About three weeks before
the scheduled day last year these teams
held meetmgs and made all necessary plans
A great amount of work goes mto preparlng
for this day but II xs always worth the txme
spent on II
The day started off Wlth a parade around
the school by both teams The theme of
the Gold Team was The Golden Olymp1es
and Maroon s theme was TheMard1Gras
Both of these themes were well worked up
and well presented After the parade a
eheermg contest and a tug of war were held
and then lt was t1me for the most lmportant
event of the day the crownmg of the May
Queen The Queen and her Court are chosen
from the semor class by the enure student
body Last year Pat 'laylor was seletted
May Queen and Maid of Honor was Glnny
Hueston The Court was made up of Anne
Rex BunnyMow1nsk1 and Nantyllevereaux
with Joyce Branton as the Lute l1ttle flower
glrl The Queen wore a beautlful wh1te gown
whleh looked lovely w1th the pastel eolors
blue yellow green and plnk worn by the
other g1rls The beaut1ful erownmg wlll be
long remembered by all present
The remamder of the day was spent ln
partlelpatlng IH varlous flcld events Wl1lC.h
mtluded jumps dashes and relays Thr
Wlnlllflg pupxls earn polnts whlth art trcdl
ted to their team and the team havlng tht
most pomts IS deelared thc. wlnntr for that
year l ast year Maroon was the vletor wlth
545 POIHIS Thus May Day was coneludtd
but 1ts memorles w1ll last forever
Our Queen Prlze wmnmg float
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HORACE B GRIFFITH .ln
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W Ashburn 8 1334 WAshbuln 8 1207
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Cutermg to Children
1 64 LHESTER PIKE FOLLROFT
FOLCROFT MOTORS Inc
Sales and Service
l 43 LHESTER PIKE FOLLROFT
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643 Lh t r Pike
PROSPECT PARK PA
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701 Chester Pxke
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1 West Winona Avenue
WAshburn 8 1224
Norway Cleaners and
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618 Chester Plke
NOR WOOD PA
W A 8 5200
DEGER STARKEY Inc
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1126 Engle Street
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fha-aler Pike and Iogan Avenue
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9 E blenolden Avenue
FA 91832 I'ree Delivery
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11 N Cheater Plke
MIRMAN S PHARMACY
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ln N Mac-DADE BLVD GLENOLDEIN PA
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1x44 ELMWOOD AVE FOLCROFT PA
FA 9 2326
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134 HENDERSON AVE NORWOOD PA
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CHESTER PIKE PROSPELT PARK
Phone WA 80946
BRIGHTON S APPLIANCES
RCA VICTOR TPLEVISION
Sales and Seruce
49 RPWI Rerords Radios Phonographs
Che ter Pike and Amosland Road
W A 81640
HARRY W LANG
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Mr and Mrs Clarence Rhodes
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Mr and Mrs Howard Rolls
Mr and Mrs George W Rudlph
Mr and Mrs Davld G Rutter
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