Morrisville High School - Robert Morris Yearbook (Morrisville, PA)
- Class of 1952
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FIRST CAPITOL VIEW SCHOOL
MANOR PARK SCHOOL
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the schools we have attended in Morrisville.
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To Alexander McDonald we respectfully and
incerely dedicate this product of our Senior year,
he 1952 "Robert Morris." It is our earnest desire
1at in so doing we may express our gratitude to
man who has been a teacher, counsellor, coach
The best we can wish to future Morrisville stu-
ents is that "Mac" will remain a permanent fixture
l our school and will continue to represent our
leal of a real gentleman and scholar.
ALEXANDER McDONA LD
LEADERS AMONG MEN
MANOAH R. REITER E. LEONARD CAUM
' A ADMINISTRATION
'A -.., Manoah R. Reiter Superintendent of Schools
f. :-' E. Leonard Caum Principal
- e , Melvin N. Bouboulis Assistant Principal
. ' .H V James P. Doheny Director of Guidance and Athletics
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R Z -I leadership that has helped us through our years of school-
f ing. If we needed something they did their very best to see
that it was ours. If we wanted help, advice or just informa-
MELVIN N. BOUBOULIS
E41 JAMES P. Dol-IENY LEONARD F. FERRY wn.uAM B. ANDERSON
ALBERT N. MCCLENAGHAN FRANK C- MILLER
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Frank C. Miller President
Albert N. McClenaghan Vice President
Coleman P. Morgan Treasurer y
Walter R. Taylor Secretary A
Theodore A. Hansen Paul Taylor A
Leonard F. Ferry William B. Anderson
tion, we had but to ask. Theirs is truly a "labor of love"
and too few people really appreciate the time, effort and
energy they spend in the best interest of Morrisville's
COLEMAN P. MORGAN
WALTER R. TAYLOR PAUL J. TAYLOR THEODORE A. HANSEN
THE MOST HONORABLE PROFESSION
DOROTHY A. GISH
B.S. B.S. - M.S.
SARA F. TURNER MARGARET GABEL
A.B. - M.S. B.S.
English - Guidance Librarian
GORDON DAVIES WILBER SAUDER
B.S. B.S. - M.A.
Physical Education Industrial Arts
l:6J Driver Training
KATHERINE A. HASTON
Latin - Spanish
HELEN L. BRUNNER
Shorthand - Typewriting
B.S. - M.S.
Science - Biology
DOROTHY A. KELLER
A.B. - M.S.
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JEAN M. HOWELL
Music - English
HORACE M. HUTCHISON
ESTHER M. HAWKINS
D. ANNE TOWNSEND
B.S. in Home Economics
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MARGARET A. WATKINS
Physics - Math
PATRICK W. BOYD ALEXANDER MCDONALD
MUS.B. - M.A. B.S. in Arr Ed. B.S. - M.S.
Music Art Supervisor Science
OUR FACULTY AND STAFF
JOHN ROLLO, JR. JOHN K. MOCK, JR. JAMES E. WOOD
. A.B. ' Basketball Coach B.S. - M.S.
HISIOIY - 1511811511 Social Studies
RAYMOND BUNTING JOSEPH A. MATINAS THORWALD LAWRENCE
Custodian fRetiredJ B.S. Custodian
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BERNICE FOWLER ROBERT A. HABEL JULIA ROHNER
Secretary Custodian Secretary
These Are Our
They comprise one of the smallest graduating
classes in recent years with only 52 members. Their
lack in size has been more than adequately taken
up, however, by their willingness to work together
and share all burdens.
Some of them have set their sights on a college
career and have studied in the school's Academic
Course. Others have made plans for entering the
business field and have taken a Commercial Course.
The rest, unable to make such a decision, have
worked in a General Course and will take their
chances for jobs after graduation.
As a class and as individuals they have worked
hard and have played hard. Their activities have
ranged from school publications to musical organi-
zations to the athletic field. They have danced at
proms, acted in plays, enjoyed class trips and
Commencement will find them ready to accept
their responsibility in a demanding society.
"Worki11g our way lo Wfasloinglonu
"The Show Must G0 On"
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One of the taller members of our
class . . . Manages to make a joke out
of anything . . . Plays a good game of
football . . . Elected All-County tackle
on the 1951 team . . . Sports around
in a green Plymouth . . . A good
worker in the olice . . . A happy-go-
lucky shining star in our senior class.
Activities: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1:
Focus 1, Z, 3, 4, Yearbook Ads Editor 4.
Sports: Football 1, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3,
4, Track 3, 4.
DORINE A. BOEHM
Doe keeps our class money in order
. . . Worked hard as associate editor
of the "SZ" Robert Morris . . . she
loves sports and shines in any of them
she plays . . . Will probably take up
physical education in college . . . Doe
can usually be found driving around
in her green Chevy . . . We know
she'll succeed, she has more ambition
than any of the rest of us.
Activities: Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Mixed
Chorus Z, 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3. 4, Orchestra
l, 2. 3. 4: Opt-rettzi 3, 43 Yearbook 4: Hatul-
lvouk 33 Senior Play 45 Swim Club lg Class
Sports: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball 1, 2,
Frank is one of the shorter members
of the senior class . . . One of our
ambitious office workers . . . A safety
patrol man for many years . . . What
would Mr. Wood do without Frank's
opinion? . . . just ask him about an
animal or a train . . . Shy when it
comes to dances or social affairs . . .
Can usually be seen drawing in the
art room with Charlie Hellings.
Activities: Safety Patrol 1, 2, 3, 4.
MARLENE M. BRADFORD
Marsha holds up the soprano sec-
tion in all the choruses . . . she is
always willing to lend a helping hand
. . . Played the part of "Aunt Agnes"
in the Senior Play . . . Playing the
piano and eating are favorites with
Marlene . . . Usually seen with Jackie,
Sal, and Babs, studying like crazy . . .
After school she sits in the Cut Rate
over a coke . . . Keeps her heart in-
terests to herself.
Activities: Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 43 Junior
Chorus 15 Girls' Chorus 3, 4: Operetta 2, 3,
43 Huutlbook 4, Senior Play 4, Yearbook 4.
LEON BRADY, JR.
A short, wiry senior . . . Has a re-
mark for every teacher . . . Interested
in hunting and fishing . . . Would
just love to take a trip to California
. . . Keeps the English and P.D.
classes lively . . . What class do we
have next? . . . A friendly "Hi" for
everyone . . . Plans to take over his
father's oil business when he gradu-
ates .... Where there's girls there's
usually Buck . . . He keeps 'em all
Activities: Yearbook 4.
Sports: Football 3: Basketball 2, Track 1.
WILLIAM A. BREWER
One of the taller members of the
senior class . . . "Father" in the Sen-
ior Play . . . Bill is one of our basket-
ball players . . . A faithful member of
the canteen and a swell dancer . . .
Keeps Campbell's gas station running
smoothly . . . One of Mrs. Hawkin's
little "friends" in trig class . . . Usu-
ally seen with johnny and Herb . . .
Drives a jeep station wagon.
Activities: Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4: Operetta
2. 3. 4, Senior Play 45 Student Council 4.
Sports: Baskethall 2, 3, 4: Track 2,
"El Toro" General
Seldom found in school, but when
he is you'll always hear him . . .
Sports one of those "chopped off"
haircuts . . . ls a good hunter and
fisherman . . . Drives around in a blue
'41 Ford with kids bulging out at the
seams . . . You can usually 6nd LeRoy
with Chet seeing what trouble they
can get into . . . A swell guy to have
around . . . Never a dull moment.
Qctligvgies: Band l, 2, Boys' Chorus 2: Year-
Sports: Basketball l.
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HEIDI VIRGINIA BUHR
One of the more active girls of the
Senior Class . . . Served as class presi-
dent and Student Council secretary
and did a very fine job . . . Ran away
with honors on the Popularity Poll
. . . Oh those big eyes and that pretty
smile! . . . Happy-go-lucky, and a
Activities: Senior Play 43 Yc:li'lmok 4:
Handhoolk 3, 4: Girls' Chorus 3, 45 Mixed
Chorus 2, 3, 4: Focus 2, .l, 4: Operetta 3.
4: Cheerleader 2, 3, 4: Class I'resirlt-ut J, 4:
Student Council Secretary 4: Student Coun-
Slports: Hockey l, 2, 3, -lg Ilziskctball 1.
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DONALD C. COULTON
Don makes sure the Focus comes
out on time . . . Keeps the office run-
ning smoothly . . . Had the role of
the doctor in our Senior Play . . . Pos-
sesses a hearty laugh . . . Has a large
collection of records . . . A real artist
on the dance floor . . . A nice dresser
. . . Usually seen with Ronnie . . . We
like those dimples . . . A nice person-
ality and always a smile for everyone.
Activities: Senior Play 45 Focus 3, 45 Class
Otlicer 25 Yearbook 45 Student Council 1.
JOHN H. DAVIS
Shy, goodlooking, full of fun when
you get to know him . . . Plays a won-
derful game of football . . . All-Coun-
ty guard for '51 . . . Co-captain of our
'51 team . . . Usually seen with Skeets,
Chet or Butch . . . Makes a hit with
all the girls . . . Accomplishes any-
thing he sets out for . . . Liked by
Sports: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3, 45
Basketball 1, 2, 4.
FRANK E. COWELL, JR.
"Best all around" and "friendliest"
according to the Popularity Poll . . .
Served as a very capable president of
Student Council . . . At football and
basketball he was always a good sport
as well as a good player.
Activities: Operetta 1, 2, 3, 45 Safety Pa-
trol 1, 2. 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Student
Council 3, 45 Senior Play 45 Class Officer
15 Varsity Club 3, 4.
Sports: Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2,
3. 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4.
PAUL C. DAVIS
Paul is one of the quieter members
of our class . . . Pretty, light blond
hair . . . Worked hard in the typing
department of our school paper . . .
Is a loyal follower of our teams . . .
A swell fellow to know.
Activities: Focus 4.
JOHN E. DILATUSH
Dilly is the electronic technician
of our class . . . Built his own tele-
vision set in eighth grade . . . During
the World Series the senior class
would have been lost without him
. . . Usually found in the shop or on
the stage . . . Likes to ride around in
his red convertible . . . Voted most
likely to succeed in the Senior Popu-
Activities: Shop 31 Stage 4.
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CHESTER ALLEN DOAN, JR.
The chief hunter and trapper in the
class .... Never in school during
deer season . . . Chet's a true woman's
man . . . Has been going out with
girls longer than any other boy in our
class . . . Played a swell game of foot-
ball, but an injury made it impossible
to play during his senior year . . .
Can usually be found in his blue '37
Ford with a load of kids.
Activities: Student Council 2, 35 Class Offi-
cer 34 Yearbook 45 Focus 1, 2, 3.
Sports: Football 1, 2, 35 Track l, 2, 3.
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JANICE M. DUKE
jan is one of the shorter members
of the class . . . Usually found in the
art room . . . Jan was voted the most
bashful in our popularity poll . . .
Her naturally curly hair shines . . .
jan has no outward interest toward
the opposite sex . . . Everyone likes
those blue eyes and fair complexion
. . . Her chief interest is collecting
Activities: Art Cluh 43 Lihrary 25 Mixed
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MARY LOUISE EDWARDS
A big smile and cheery "hello" for
everyone . . . Was voted best looking
girl in the class . . . Lou keeps Burn's
Pharmacy running smoothly . . . A
good office worker, she'll have no
trouble getting a job . . . Usually
found with her tive cronies, Alice,
Carol, Bette jane, Norma, and Heidi
. . . Anyone's lucky to know a girl
Activities: Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Mixed
Chorus 2, 3, 45 Focus 45 Operctta 2, 3, 4.
Curly, brown hair that the girls all
envy . . . Gave a party that the sen-
iors will never forget . . . Has some-
thing black that he calls a car . . .
Always seems to be having difficulties
with Miss Gish . . . Plans include
entering the Navy after graduation
. . . Will make a fine sailor . . . Dick
really enjoys living and will make the
best of whatever comes up.
Activities: Safety Patrol 1: Boys' Chorus 2.
Sports: Football 3.
Glen is a member of the Senior
Class with two nicknames, "Mousey"
and "Flash" . . .Q Hobbies are fishing,
gunning, and swimming . . . Flash is
said to be shy of the opposite sex, but
is usually found in the library with a
table of girls . . . One of Sear's help-
ers during the Christmas rush . . .
Always ready with a joke.
Activities: Mixed Chorus 2, 35 Typing Club
2: Basketball 3.
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"jackie" Academic AX " Q "Habel" General
jackie is the editor of our yearbook
. . . Voted the most likely to succeed
in the popularity poll . . . Takes an
active part in school activities . . .
Holds up the violin section of the or-
chestra . . . Usually seen with Marsha
and Sal . . . Our "A" student . . .
Turns out for all football and basket-
ball games . . . Did a wonderful job
directing the Senior Play.
Activities: Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4: Student
Council l, 2, 3, 45 Swim Club 1, 2: Hand-
lmok Committee 4: Se-uinr Play 41 Oneretta
2, 3. 4: Class Oflicer 3: Orchestra 1, 2, 3 4:
Ve-arhonk 4: Typing Club 2: Junior Chorus
Bob has always been an active
member of our baseball team . . . Al-
ways out on the mound ready to go
. . . Usually found in the shop or
driving around in a blue Ford . . .
Though he is shy when it comes to
girls, he still makes a hit with all of
them' .... Likes to tease "Marsha"
in class . . . Hobbies including keep-
ing the car clean and playing baseball.
Activities: Baseball 1, Z, 3, 4.
BARBARA LEE HAUSMAN
Tall, quiet, studious, that's Babs
. . . She and Marlene are constantly
working over some homework assign-
ment . . . Enjoys arguing a subject
with a teacher . . . Can be heard hold-
ing up the 2nd soprano section of all
the choruses . . . Would like to be a
nurse following graduation . . . Truly
has the ambition to succeed in any-
thing she attempts.
Activities: Girls' Chorus l, 2, 3, 45 Mixed
Chorus 2, 3, 45 Class Olicer 45 Handbook
35 Operetta 2, 3, 45 Swim Cluh 1, 2.
Oh that blond! . . . A really good
looking member of our Senior Class
. . . Voted the boy with the prettiest
smile and oh does he flash it! . . .
Drives around in that black wreck he
calls a car . . . Works faithfully in the
office . . . Would be an asset to any
business establishment . . . One swell
guy . . . Forever helping someone
. . . Just call him "Charlie, My Boy."
MORTON C. HENSOR JR.
CAROL L. HOGELAND
Happy and friendly, that's our boy
. . . Quite a star on the basketball
court . . . Vice-president of our class
this year . . . He and jeep are like
twins, never see one without the other
. . . Enjoys a good laugh, especially if
it's one of his own jokes . . . A good
friend to everyone . . . Would do any-
thing for a friend.
Activities: Student Council Cifhcer 35 Class
Officer 4: Focus .35 Mixed Chorus 25 Year-
book 45 Ont-retta 1, 2.
Sports: Varsity Club 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3.
45 Baseball 2. 3, 45 Football 1,
Her name should be "freckles" . . .
Served three years as one of our cheer-
leaders . . . Enjoys giving a certain
senior classmate of ours a rough time
. . . Carol can usually be found at
Burn's with Mary Lou, Alice, Betty
jane, Norma, and Heidi . . . A swell
gal who will really go places . . .
"Never a dull moment," that's Carol's
Activities: Cheerleading 1. 2. 3, 45 Mixed
Chorus 3, 4: Uperettn 1. 45 Focus 45 Girls'
Chorus 3. 43 Handbook 3.
Sports: Basketball l, 3. 45 Hockey 4.
ROBERT M. HOMKO
Bob is the star guard of the M.H.S.
basketball team . . . Usually seen in
his Ford with Richie and Charlie . . .
Very active in school and sure makes
a hit with the girls . . . Is always
good for a joke, whenever class life
gets dull . . . Is also seen at all sports
events either playing or selling pro-
grams . . . Voted "Best-dressed" in
the Popularity Poll.
Activities: Varsity Club 3, 4.
Sports: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Basehall'1, 2,
BETTE JANE JOHNSON
Always talking or laughing, never
will let you know she's upset or hurt
. , . Voted friendliest girl in the
popularity poll . . . Had one of the
leading roles in the Senior Play . . .
One of the members of the "big six"
. . . No one seems to know where
she got her nickname . . . Plans to
enter Miami U. next year to study
foreign languages and journalism .
Activities: VVrite-up Editor Yearbook 4:
Handbook 35 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 Girls'
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Operetta 2, 3, 45 Senior
Play 45 Focus 1, 2, 3, 45 Swim Club 1, 2.
THOMAS R. KENNER
Tuck is usually seen with Eddie . . .
Keeps everyone in stitches with his
witty remarks . . . Is usually in de-
mand for oiiice work . . . Is eager to
join the Navy for a chance to see the
world . . . He also did a very good
job as basketball manager for two
years . . . Quite shy when it comes
Sports: Basketball Manager 3, 4.
JANET LOUISE KETROXV
Our cute little blonde is usually
seen going to and from the office . . .
Seems to be quite interested in things
at Peddie . . . Always looks neat and
has a nice smile and a "hi!" for every-
one . . . Does a good job at keeping
opposing girl's basketball teams from
Activities: Mixed Chorus 2. 3, 43 Girls'
Chorus 2, 45 Swim Club 1, Z5 Senior Play
45 Operetta 2, 45 Orchestra 1, Z, 3, 45 Year-
book Typing Editor 45 Focus 4.
Sports: Basketball 2, 3, 4.
ROBERT W. KIMBLE
The artist of the Senior Class . . .
You name it, he'll paint it . . . Full of
fun and always ready for a joke . . .
Has a temper that matches his nation-
ality flrish as they comej . . . Enjoys
giving the teachers a rough time . . .
Red is a regular fan of our football
and basketball team . . . Cheers his
lungs out, a cheerleader's dream come
true . . . He will be a successful artist
John is the tall, fast forward of our
basketball team . . . Interested in all
sports . . . He's shy when it comes
to girls, but the girls think he's pretty
nice . . . Can always be heard saying.
"I'm sick of this class" . . . In his
spare time he likes to paint . . . Loves
to tease Mrs. Keller . . . Always ready
to give or take a joke.
Activities: Varsity Club 3, 4.
Sports: Basketball 2, 3, 4g Baseball 1, 2,
3, 4: Football 1, 3, 4.
ELIZABETH ANN KNEELAND
Oh that long, blonde hair! . . . Has
a voice that could make anyone stop
and listen . . . Honor soloist for the
"Class of 52" . . . Betty had the lead
in our Senior Play, and was really a
"Corliss Archer" come true . . . Drives
around in a new Chevy or rides in an
old Ford convertible . . . May become
an "Angel of Mercy" upon graduation
Activities: Girls' Chorus 1, Z, 3, 4g Mixed
Chorus 2, 3, 45 Student Council 4: Haml-
book 3g Senior Play -lg Operetta 2, 3, 45
Sports: Hockey 3.
ALICE J. LA RUE
Ashie doesn't have much to say . . .
Quiet, but well liked . . . Usually seen
with Carol or driving a green Chevy
. . . Always ready for a good laugh
. . . Walks around with a grin from
ear to ear . . . Speaks to everyone . . .
Smooth dancer and a steady member of
the canteen . . . Can usually be found
at Burn's with the "Big Six."
Activities: Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4: Girls'
Chorus 2, 3, 49 Focus 45 Operetla 3, 4:
One of the more ambitious boys of
the class fwhen he's in school, which
isn't very oftenj . . . Keeps the Acme
Store in good running condition . . .
Usually found riding around in his
Ford- convertible C1909 model, we
thinkj . . . Ronnie and a pretty blonde
seem to be his constant companions
. . . Patronizes our canteen frequently
and is a very good dancer . . . Gave
Mrs. Hawkins a rough time for four
years in her math classes . . . Will
probably go to Rider College to study
LORETTA ANN MARRAZZO
Voted "biggest flirt" in the populari-
ty poll . . . Sports the famous blue
"M" . . . Active in all sports . . . Co-
captained our hockey team to the first
undefeated season in M.H.S. history
. . . Never seen without Joan and
Pete . . , Vice-president of the girl's
Leaders Club . . . Oh! those eyes . . .
Her interests lie in P.H.S .... Look
out for that Studebaker!
Activities: fht-erleacler 1, 2, 35 Leaders
Club 2, 3, 42 Girls' Chorus 3,
?ports: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2,
If anyone in our Senior Class has
changed it's Ray . . . Always laughing
now . . . He and Charlie are usually
found riding around together endan-
gering the lives of our innocent pe-
destrians . . . He'll make a shrewd
businessman . . . Everyone enjoys Ray's
company . . . A friend to all and every-
one is proud to have him for a friend.
Activities: Yearbook 4.
Sports: llaiskt-tlizill 2, 3.
MARIE ELIZABETH NOLAN
Quiet until you get to know her . . .
A warm personality, a true friend to
everyone . . . You can usually find her
with Pat or her sister . . . Enjoys col-
lecting records or drawing . . . Leads
the class in absences from school . . .
Can tell you about all the good movies
in town . . . Will be a great help to
her employer after graduation.
Activities: Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 43 Girls
The artist of the Senior class . . .
Always ready for a good laugh . . .
Nice personality . . . His favorite pas-
time is going to the boxing matches
. . . Usually seen with Don or joe . . .
His hobby is collecting Eddy Arnold
records . . . We hear he likes to go up
on Bowman's Hill.
Activities: Focus J, 3, 43 Hzmdlxook 4,
MARGARET LOUISE PERRY
Marge, is quiet until you get to
know her . . . Usually seen with Pat
and Marie . . . Always laughing . . .
Her hobby is cooking . . . Drives
around in a gray Dodge . . . Her main
interests are outside of school . . .
Gives Miss Gish a lot of trouble dur-
ing gym class . . . Hey, Marge, is your
Activities: Mix:-rl Chorus 2, 3. 4.
Voted "Best Athlete" in the popu-
larity poll . . . Secretary of the Leaders
Club . . . Held the title of co-captain
on our undefeated hockey team . . .
Her hobbies are photography and
horseback riding . . . Usually seen
with her sidekicks, joan and Rette . . .
Wonderful personality . . . Look at
that dear run! . . . That's no deer,
that's "crazy legs Pete."
.-Xctivitirs: l.c:ult-rs Lilulm Z, J, 43 Ilztmlluotvk
Sports: llrwckt-y 2, 3, 4: Baskutl-all Z, J. 4.
EDWARD THOMAS SHIMKO
Eddy is the small tirecracker of the
Senior Class . . . The girls go for him
in a big way . . . Eddy is our class cut-
up . . . He takes care of the brass sec-
tion of the orchestra and also the man-
agement of our football and basket-
ball teams . . . His ambition is to be-
come a Jockey . . . He's never seen
without a smile.
Activities: Safety Patrol lg Junior lligh
Band 1, 2, lg Orchestra 2, 3, -lg Dzmcc
Sports: Varsity Football 2, 3. 45 llziskvthrtll
2, 3, 4g Junior High llaselmll 1.
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JOHN V. SHULL, JR. PATRICIA ANN SIGLEY
Hfabfmf' Academic "Pat" Commercial
Quiet until you get to know him . . .
Pretty, brown, wavy hair the envy of
all . . . Played varsity football and did
a swell job in his fullback position
. . . Saturday nights he can usually be
found dancing in our Canteen . . .
His black Chevy is his pride and joy
. . . Took the play cast out after prac-
tices to get tomato pies . . . a true
friend if there ever was one.
Activities: Yearbook 4.
Sports: Footlvzill 1, J, 3, 4, Track I, 2,
In her spare time Maggie can be
found working at Kane's with Pete
and Sal . . . A loyal member of the
class, she sells candy at the basket-
ball and football games . . . Maggie
plays fullback on Miss Parsons' hockey
team . . . Always has a kind word for
everyone and a cheery personality.
Activities: Typing Club .13 Lenders Club
Sports: Hockey 3, 4, Basketball 4.
Pat came to us in 10th grade from
Trenton . . . Loves to laugh and be
happy . . . A very capable oflice clerk
. . . You can usually find Pat with
Marie and Pete . . . A good worker
. . . She'd do anything for you.
Activities: Focus 3, 4, Yearbook 4: Mixed
Chorus 2, 3.
RUSSELL W. TAYLOR
Russ used to be one of the quieter
members of our class, but Oh how he
has changed! . . . Very capable of
turning out good grades in school and
usually does . . . Enjoys going out
with the boys . . . Served as a faith-
ful manager for the football, basket-
ball, and baseball teams . . . ls willing
to give anyone a helping hand . . .
The world and Russ will make out
Activities: Yearbook 4.
Sports: Football 5, -lg Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43
Baseball Z, 3, 4.
., 'fl' -
ELWOOD W. TERRY
Terry is one of the quiet members
of the Senior class . . . His interests
lie outside of school . . . Hobbies are
gunning and fishing . . . Usually seen
with Bob Habel . . . Can always be
found down in the shop . . . Likes to
"hot-rod" around in his car . . . In-
terested in mechanics . . . Always
ready for a joke.
Activities: Sports Club.
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JOAN BARBARA WINTERS
joanie keeps 12-2 stepping . . . She
tits the part of "Class Cut-up" on the
Senior Poll . . . Another one of our
Cheerleaders . . . Active on the hockey
team as half-back and on the basket-
ball squad as a forward. She does
a swell job as soloist for the Ramblers
. . . She is usually seen with Loretta
or Dee . . . Her interests tBSt some-
where outside M.H.S.
Activities: Cheerleader 4: Leaders Club 2,
3, 4g Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 43 Yearbook 43
Senior Play 41 Ilantlbook 3g Operetta 4.
Sports: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1,
n . .
DONALD E. WIDMANN
The mighty, little, red head . . .
Makes many a girls' heart flutter . . .
Can play football with the best of
them . . . Served as co-captain of our
football team . . . Has a physique any
boy would be proud to have . . .
Usually can be found with jeep,
Skeets, or Chet . . . Always has a witty
answer to catch the teachers off guard
. . . A smile for everyone and a cheery
"hello" . . . That's our boy, Butch!
iACtivit:eg14Art l-lclitor Yearbook 43 Student
Sports: Baseball lg Basketball lg Track 2,
3, 45 Football l, 2, 3, 4.
SALLY ANN WOOLSTON
Another faithful member of Leaders
Club . . . In her spare time Sal can
be found at Kane's . . . A willing
worker in all our class projects . . .
Drives around in Kane's gray jeep
. . . Usually seen with Marsha and
Jackie . . . Another canteen faithful
. . . Goes out for basketball in a big
way . . . Adds up the points for our
team . . . Keeps her interests to her-
self . . . Sally is a neat dresser.
Activities: Student Council 2. 3: Class 051-
cvr 3: Yearbook -tg Typing Club .25 Leaders
Club 3. 4.
Sports: Basketball 1. 2. J. 4.
E. BRUCE YOUNG
Blond, good-looking . . . Bruce came
to us this year from Trenton . . . Can
frequently be seen riding fwith girlsj
in his Ford Station Wagon . . . Voted
the "Biggest-Flirt" in the Popularity
Poll . . . We all know him for his
spicy portrayal of "Dexter" in "Meet
Corliss Archer" . . . He is always ready
to lend a helping hand to anyone who
has car trouble . . . "Oh!" . . . that
Activities: Senior Play 4.
NORMA JEAN YOUNG
A new arrival in 12th grade . . .
Came to us from that smokey town
called Pittsburgh . . . Made friends
very quickly . . . Norma loves to eat
and dance . . . Patronizes our Canteen
regularly . . . You can usually find
Norma at Burn's with the other "five"
. . . She'd like to be an Airline Hostess
but we think she'd make a better
Activities: Senior Play 45 Mixed Chorus 4,
Girls' Chorus 43 Operetta 4.
Sports: Basketball 4.
Ken is our "long time member" of
the band and orchestra . . . Also
known as the "Harry James" of 12-2
. . . You will never find Kenny in
class when hunting season rolls around
. . . Usually heard but not seen . . .
Loves to tease girls . . . Kenny is our
brain in math class . . . Is well liked
by all of his classmates.
Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2,
3 43 Boys' Chorus lg Operetta 13 Focus 35
Varsity Clulm 3, 4.
Sports: Track l, 2, 3, 4.
One of the quieter members of the
class . . . Always has her homework
done . . . Enjoys studying foreign lan-
guages . . . Hopes to be an Airline
Hostess some day . . . Has a pleasing
personality and a pretty smile which
will help her in many ways . . . Col-
lects the A's in many subjects.
Activities: Focus 45 Mixed Chorus 3, Haml-
THESE ARE OUR LEADERS
DORINE BOEHM BARBARA HAUSMAN
Business Manager Treasurer
HEIDLBUHR FRANK COWELL
Pff-Udall President - Student Council
BETTE JANE JOHNSON MORTON HENSQR
THE STAFF OF THE
1952 ROBERT MORRIS
Lf' gg, F Editor-in-Chief ...,...... v..,... J acqueline Greenlee
A V Associate Editor A.......w.. ................ D orine Boehm
iyxigqid Faculty Adviser .....................,.............,...............................w......A........,...... James E. Wood
44- ' Greenlee Write-ups .........................,........,...w.,. Marlene Bradford, Bette jane Johnson,
lacqufllne Carol Hogeland, joan Winters and Sally Woolston.
1 Art ..................................................,.....,.,....,.....,........,.............................,.,,.. Donald Widmann
Typists ............,........ janet Ketrow, Eleanor Pietrowski, Margaret Perry,
Donald Coulton and Alice LaRue.
x , Subscriptions N ..................,....,........., Edward Shimko and Kenneth Wright.
vt: Advertising .....w....,....... Roger Bambach, Morton Hensor, Donald Wid-
C' , mann, Alice LaRue, jack Dilatush, Russell Taylor, Betty Knee-
land, Chester Doan, Carol Hogeland, Edward Shimko, Leon
Brady, Robert Homko, Kenneth Wright, john Davis, Raymond
Morrell, Mary Lou Edwards, Norma Young, Bette jane john-
son, 'Ioseph Lebegern, Frank Cowell, Barbara Hausman, Heidi
Buhr, John Krysa, and Charles Hellings.
Dofme Boe nl
'ron row: ,. Shimko, D. Wirlmann, I. Greenlee, J. Ketrow, K. Wright. Second row: D,
or-am, . ambach, B. johnson, M. Bradford.
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Morrisville High School is a junior-Senior
High School and classes range from the seventh to
the twelfth grades. One hour each week is desig-
nated as a homeroom period and all business of the
class is transacted at that time.
The junior high pupils have a great advantage
in that they attend school with the older students
and thereby may take an active interest and are
able to participate in all school functions which
are normally closed to younger boys and girls.
Regular dances, field trips, athletic contests and
intramural events are arranged each year to sup-
plement the academic, commercial and general
"Wbat's the menu today?"
"All is not play"
Wh b I?"
y weft' ,WU 4 -YW "Let's slap that running"
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First rrrw: J. Thnrnley, E. Funner, P. Shatto, P. Demech, C. Ames, B. Kane, S, Preston,
P. Smith, M, iizxmilton, Srrnnd rrrwf J. Uuke, F. Garter. li. Hartshnrn, K. Mattis, C.
Dorsey, C. illsflllill, if VVooil, ll. Lanrlis, T. Trout. lf fizilamhns. Third 1'0'w.' D. Cap-
Y lln ll, Sullivan, R. llelveston, I.. VV1lcnx, ll. llncchst, E. Hayrish, D. Richardson,
The junior Class opened the year by electing Thomas Rohner
its president. Other oiiicers include: Ned Greenlee, vice-presi entg
Ned Hayash, business managerg and Loretta Hart, sercetary. These
officers have the responsibility of conducting the business of the
class always with an eye to the goal of all classes-the Washington
trip in the Senior year.
The big event in the year for the class is the annual junior
Prom held each year in May. This is the last important social event
of the school year and gives the Juniors an opportunity to entertain
the Senior Class before it graduates.
. The scheduled trip for the class is to the United Nations, but
this year, because the U.N. headquarters are not yet ready for visi-
tors, the class will visit the city of New York in the Spring.
The Sophomores are allowed two major events each year. In
the first place their annual field trip is scheduled as a theatre party
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I'ir.v1m.: R. 1 , . . .M . .
knnl ll Nliur' 1' Siinwmi .Sbmiiii v'mt': T, Rolim-r, G, Vilunlev. C. Hall, R. Marmi
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R. lit-rcs, lf, lliiemzm, l-I. lilcock. Ii, llaivis, R. Clziwges, F. Carman. Third rmv: Il
Aruohli, R. Mcislmn, R. Nt-um:in, j. Brunner, F. McLaren, E. Kohler, E. Greenlee.
,. llnrt. J. Drucis, M. VVitte-
First row: D. Lippincott, V, Johnson, L. Young, M. Cox, G. Latham, L, Disler, G. Neu-
man, K. DeFazio, R. Hobbs. Second row: P. Keenan, A. Faber, B. Gaskill M Ryan,
R. Hayes, S Woodward A. McCrane, J. J ' '
. , anaski, B. Titus, J. Gibson G. ,Dc-lany, A.
Kish. Third rmu: C. Johnson, D. Felver, D. Talone, H. LaRue, R. White, R. Kostar,
R. Paxson, R. Weeks, J. Ketaner, R. Deitrick, H. Konat.
to either New York or Philadelphia. The class attends a matinee in
one of the cities and then enjoys a dinner party at some well-known
The second important event for each tenth grade class is the
annual Sophomore Social given by the group on the last day of
school. This dance and party brings the social side of the school
year to an ofhcial close.
Oflicers for the class were chosen in the Fall and include the
f . . .
ollowlng students. Pat Keenan, president, Richard Dietrick, vice-
presidentg Gail Neumann, treasurer and Kay DeFazio, secretary.
The three grades which go to make up the junior High School
include the ninth, eighth and the seventh grades. These classes
S e d . . . .
p n most of their homeroom periods in meetings and with pro-
grams which tend to give the students an opportunity to know on
another more intimately and get them accustomed to life in a high
First row: D. Lodge, J. Dreislmach. A. Ames, M. Neuman, D, Nirshl, L. MacNeil, C.
Margerum, Il. Brady, D. Nolan. Second rmu: E. Cole, D. Phillips, E. Marini, P. Tay-
lor, N. Cowell, B. Snlt, C. Rodenhaugh, J. Pierson, R. Bunting, M. Biglcy, E, Stein,
J. Haston. Third row: J. Kise, H. Fredericks, W. Vaneekhoven, S. Matejik, ll. Shull,
D. Barnes, R. Rich, C. Lebegern, J. Wilcox, J. Fellnor, W. james, R. Brooks.
Prnt row: B. Yount E. Shimko, P. Woodward, T, Cowell, J. Saxton, G. Paxson, K.
Hartel, S. Bartrug, North. Second row: E. Allison, L. Hart, G. Hadley, P. Malms-
hury, N. Foster, N. McCrane, D. Habel, A. Powell. Third row: G. Leming, W. Rogers,
W. Thatcher, F. Terry, G. Greenwood, R. Ficarotta.
school which is certainly different from that in an elementary school.
The students are not yet allowed to raise money for their
Washington trip but may collect dues for their annual field trips.
The dues, collected on a weekly basis, teach the values of regular
savings and make it possible for the students to go on trips which
otherwise might be impossible.
The ninth grade is allowed the privilege of visiting the state
capital at Harrisburg. Following this visit they then travel to Her-
shey for a look at that unique and modern city. This visit also in-
cludes a trip through the famous chocolate factory.
The eighth grade visits the city of Philadelphia and its many
historic shrines. The itinerary always includes: the Betsy Ross
Home, Independence Hall, the Franklin Institute and many other
numents and buildings.
ortant I'l'll1SCllf!'lS, U10
Kr sa G Witte-
ou' M Ruth, I. Tettemer, A. Foster, D. Terry, R. Kincel, M. y. , . Q
nd row' C Hughes, P. Chapman, S. Riley, L. Martin, E.
' an Third raw: T. Lennox, M.
First 1 v. .
kind, J. Moore, S. Gear. Seca . .
Glynn, J. Cowell, S. Connor, H. Factor, C. Garm .
Schwalm, J. Pacitto, J. Phillips, W. Rech, G. Heath, J. Savage, R. Ames.
First raw: E. Dueman, K. Wittekind, K. Reiter, S. Hillman, J Schgier S Dize J
Frederlcks, D. Gable, M. Rosso Second raw N ll
. : . Iarrazzo, F. Pesce, N. Cimm, D. Mat:
,C . Johnson, B. Brown, F. Grundal, A. Ad '
C. 1 '
ams, R. Oakes. Third row: E. Huffman,
awges, R. Hensor, W. Wickham, R. Pond, R. Michel.
The seventh grade has the opportunity of touring Bucks Coun-
ty and seeing the history, the industry and the beauty of the county.
The trip ends with a visit to one of the nation's great shrines-Val-
Homeroom meetings usually consist of programs which allow
the students to participate. Some give plays, conduct quizzes and
even put on talent shows.
In Morrisville High School the junior and Senior groups en-
joy most of the same privileges. They go to the same dances, par-
ticipate in the same assemblies and enjoy the same athletic contests.
Each group does, however, have its own teams and club programs.
The most important advantage of this system is that it gives the
younger children the opportunity of attending school with the older
boys and girls and enjoying the advanced social, athletic and aca-
First row: R. DiSanto, I. Miller, D. Margerum, C. Malmshury, S. Sultzhach, C. Malms-
bury, I. Krogulski, N. Slack, E. Redland. Scczmd raw: T. Rose, R. McGuigan, R.
Emmons, L. Cutchineal, P. Greenlee, D. Kreiser, W. Zerrenner. A. Miller, D. Brelsfnrd.
Third row: M. Cappiello, G. Trofe, I. Cavanaugh, D. Sinclair, F. Doan, J. Solt, W.
Ftrs! row: L. Shaner, I. Leming, B. Lane, D. Smith, D. Felsburg, P. Lippincott, M.
Hansen, M. -Solt, D. Becket. Scrond row: C. McTammey, H. Fritz, W. Zuzceak, P.
Riley, M. Titus, D, Rohner, P. johnson, 1, Slotterbach, R. Carter. Third row: C.
Clawges, H. Stockhnm, D. Maleurcz, I. Brewer, E. Nemeth, W. Hobbs, J. Rihy,
demic program which is usually only common in the upper g
There are nine homerooms in the Junior High School and six
in the Senior High School. Each class is allowed an equal repre-
sentation in the school's Student Council, the group which looks
after the welfare of all the students and gives them a chance to take
a small part in student government. Each class picks its own repre-
sentatives and the entire school takes part in a special election to
select the Student' Council ofiicers.
Assemblies for the school are given once each week and consist
of several type programs. In the first place are the exchange pro-
grams with other schools, then come the outside entertainment pro-
vided by organizations not connected with the school and finally
those put on by classes, clubs and other groups in the school.
During the school year the various classes take part in many of
l t P Ice J Middleton, l.. Lovett, E. Matejik, E. Foster, S. Foster
k C Boehm R. Brewer, N. Lee, ll
D. Causey, E. Gean
First ro-zu: E. Loran, . - , .
S. Coulton, D. Schultz. Srrrmd rmv: R. Mute, . ,
Woodward, C. Hughes, A. Stout, W. Thurber, R. Blinn. Third row:
nette, J. Rose, R. Demech, D. Champagne, K. Roberts, T. Johnson.
First row: M. Grove, R. Antrobus, B. Martin, B. Burns, M. Miller, K. Ilastnn, P.
Shinkle, M. Baxter, J. Adams. .Vccond row: J, Johnson, J. VVnod, R. Greenlee, if Kmiat,
R. Cardinali, E. Tarr, J. Skelton. M. Kane, l.. Rogers. NV, VValmslcy, D. fiatti. Third
r0'w.' R, Bunting, C. Marshall, T. llrucis, F. Schwarz, K. Mc-ilu-rs, YV. lin-islwach,
th activities sponsored by Morrisville.
These include: the annual Hallowe'en window decorating contest,
tag days for the veterans of our wars and fund drives for welfare
organizations. The students also frequently provide entertainment
for meetings of different adult groups.
As a summary it might be said that the pupils of Morrisville
High School make up a very normal and average student body.
They share the same problems, advantages, and disadvantages as do
the children in most schools. The major limitation on the students
is in the ability of the school population to grow. Morrisville has
little space for expansion and the schools can look fo d
e community projects and ' "
. rwar to a
p y constant number of students while the surrounding areas are
growing rapidly and their schools are showing a corresponding
'r.t!rW1t'.' T, Chapman 9 Rule D A Q
, , .. , . renault, ll, White, C. Flark, J. Kc-tane R N1 r
Neil, P. Foulke, M. Uelfazio. S' 0 d " A '
r, . . at -
trn ffm. A. rsennult R Fnnlle R lhrilin'
nson. L. Neumann H Bell U F
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, , , . rye, B, llanlcy. A. Ge-urge. Third rr '.' VN
tiere, W. Hensor, C. Sinclai , T. A l' ' '
111 '. Trcnw-
r llson, C. llratly, R. lu-uper, A. Fell, J. VValsh.
First row: S. Thorn, M. Downard, C. McLeish, II. Disler, T. Tanzillo, M. Latham, B
Pierson, J. Matejik, T. Capodici. Second row: B. Fernandez, W. Tettemer, J. Pietro-
carlo, J. Adams, B, Fritz, J. Kehr, R. DiCicco, W. Cahle, L. Perry, J. Dize, I.. Dicicco
Third row: L. Brelsford, K. Hensor, R. Schumann, R. Cox, M. Phillips, J. Vaneek-
hoven, T. Bigley, R, Delay.
First row: B. Brewer, B. Kane, J. Johnson, I.. Hart,
ll. Buhr, F. Cowell, J. Kise, B. Johnson, J. Greenlee,
IJ. Widmann, B. Kneeland. Svcond row: M. Kane, C.
Hughes, T. Tanzillo, C. Malmshury, R. Hensor, V.
Clawges, M. Cappiello, E. Marini, B. Gaskill, T. Roh-
ner. Third row: H. Factor, R. Harding, R. Greenlee,
C. North, M. DeFazio, J, Moore, B. Vaneekhoven, B.
"New Record Holders"
Teams representing Morrisville have brought
considerable honor to the school during the past
school year. The girls, not permitted to take part
in regular league competition, made an enviable
record on both the hockey field and basketball
court. The hockey team swept to its first unde-
feated season and the basketball team won eight
games and lost but one and scored 391 points to
250 by its opponents.
The varsity football squad lost the Lower Bucks
County Championship to Bristol High School on
Thanksgiving Day but the basketball team, playing
for the first time under its new coach, john Mock,
was crowned champion in the league.
All teams, varsity, junior varsity and junior
high school, fought hard and clean and were a
real credit to the student body.
wem 11,9 Halve,-H "Beauty and the Basketball" I
"NOW GO GET THEM"
. 'il Bob
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23 .................. ........ M orristown .........,..
38 ...,...,...,. ........ H atboro .....................
2 3 ............. ......., L ambertville .........
28 .,........... ......,. H ightstown ............
4 1 .,........... ........ B ensalem ..................
45 .......,..... .....,.. S outhampton .........
3 1 .,...... ...A.... H ightstown ............
41 .............. ....,,..,.... G eorge School ......
63 ...........,. ........ N eshaminy ,...........
5 1 ,,,,,,,,,,,.. ........ P ennsbury ..........,....
39 ............. ........ B ristol ........................
37 ......,...... ........ A lumni ..............,......
54 ,.........,.. ........ T renton Catholic
26 ......,...... ........ P ennsbury ..........,....
34 ,.,...,....,, ........ N eshaminy ............
5 1 ...,......... ..,,......... L ambertville .........
54 .............. .,........... S t. johns ..............,...
46 ,,,,,,,.,,,,. ........ B ristol ..,.....................
67 ............. ........ S outhampton .........
62 ............. ........ B ensalem ..,...........,...
55 ,...........,, ..,.......... S t. johns ..,..................
48 ,,A,,,,,4,.,. ,....... D eep Run Valley
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When Coach Donald Henry resigned to
accept a similar position as coach at Penns-
bury High School, Coach John Mock was
offered the job of coaching our boys.
Coach Mock, a teacher in the sixth grade
at the Case School, stepped in and in his
first year as head coach led the team to
the Lower Bucks County Championship.
Our pre-season hopes were not too high.
When the team lost the first three games
things really looked dark. The boys soon
caught the new coach's spark and went
on to win more than half their total
A highlight of the season was Johnny
Krysa who set a new school scoring record
with 34 points in one game.
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gHinl:!fc:imEp,HIZ.mEpyvigl,Tisllgglamlms, J. Krysa, J. Davis, W. Brewer, J. Haston. Sn-and fmv: T.
Coach Davies and Coach McDonald were proud
of their 1951 football edition and well they might
be for the team ended its season with four wins,
two ties and two losses. This record was enough
to send the team into the final game on Thanksgiv-
ing day in a tie for the league championship with
the Bristol Warriors. The Bristol team was not
to be denied, however, and though playing a tre-
mendous game, the Morrisville boys were forced to
be satisfied with second place in the final league
2 VARSITY SCHEDULE
0 .,.,,......,...... Hamilton ......... 0
28 ..,............... Southampton 0
13 .................. Hatboro ............... 19
0 .................. Bensalem ............ 0
20 ...............4.. Pennsbury ....,r... 13
27 .................. Council Rock 6
6 .................. Neshaminy .,.... 0
1 3 ..,.,............. Bristol .................. 19
First row: R, Taylor, E, Shimko, VV. Va
neekhoven. Srrond row: I. Fellnur, D. Cap
piellu, J. Shull, J. Krysn, J. Davis, D
Widmann, R. Bambach, F. Cowell, D. Sulli
van, R. Dietrick, Third rmu: Nr, Davicw
J. Haston, H. Fredricks, J. Ketnner, H
Arnoldi, E. Kohler, T. Rnhner, C. Galnmlms
F. Garman, F. Gamer, T. Trout, R. Neu
man, P. Keenan, J. Brunner, H, Hocchst
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Captain Marrazzo Captain Pietrawski
Morrisville does not place great emphasis on girls'
C oath Parsons
sports. The teams are not permitted to enter league com
petition and, therefore, we do not often hear too much
about the girls and their teams. This year, however, has
been a real exception. The hockey team under Coach Anne
Parsons was the first hockey team in the school's history to
go through a season undefeated. Only a tie with the girls
from Deaf School, marred the record but the team now
holds a record that will be hard to beat.
Following the season the girls were given a victory
banquet in honor of their accomplishments.
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1 Neshaminy 0
6 Council Rock 3
0 Deaf School 0
3 Flemington 0
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First ro-zu: G. Latham, E. Marini
I.. Marazzo, E. Pietrowski, G
VVhite. Il. Boehm. Srrond row
Miss Parsons, R. Marini, B. Sol!
G. Neuman, J. Winters, C, Dor
sey, H, Ruhr, R. Hohhs, N. Al
derfer, N. Cowell, P. Taylor.
fmt rmu: B. Snlt, G. Neumann,
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ANOTHER UNDEFEATED TEAM
Unwilling to take a back seat to the hockey team, the
basketball squad set out to equal or better their record.
Playing 21 tough nine game schedule the girls were unde-
feated except for the game with the school's alumni.
During the course of the season a school scoring record
was also set by a member of the team when Heidi Buhr, a
senior, set an all-time mark with 32 points in one game.
Thus, the girls finished their two major sports schedules
with a record of twelve wins, one tie and one loss for a
mark that should stand for years to come.
31 Bristol 28
20 Alumni 34
26 Pennsbury 15
63 Deaf School 27
31 Bensalem 28
60 George School 9
45 Bristol 36
56 Deaf School 47
59 Pennsbury 26
Captain Marrazzo Captain Bubr
C oath Parsons
First row: G, Latham, D. Taylor,
E. Marini, M. Stefanoski, K. De-
fazio, R. Marini, L. llisler. Ser-
ond raw: E. Pietrowski, G,
VVhite. B. Kane, M. Neumann,
First row: R. Dietrick, F. Lehr-
gern, F. Garman, NV. Gaskill, R,
NVeeks, ll. VVilcnx, E. Kohler.
,Sircond row: FI, Shimko, T. Ken-
ner, A. Faber, R. Rich, P. Chap-
man, R. Taylor, Mr. Rollo.
Front: R. Demech. Second row:
R. McGuigan, G. Heath, A.
Powell, F. Caruso, F. Pesce, J.
Szivageyj. Paccitto, J. Phillips,
VV. Thatcher, W. Thurber. Third
row: Mr. Rollo, G. Greenwood,
M. Cappiello, C, Boehm, N. Caum,
I.. llnrt, R. Brewer, N. Marrazzo,
A. Stout. A. Peterson, A. Miller,
R. Carter, Mr. Torok.
First row: R. Marini, L. Hart
P. Demech, D. Lodge, D. Taylor
H. Kane. Serond row: Miss Par-
sons, C. Rodcnhaugh, L. Disler
N. Cowell, P. Taylor.
First rmv: J. Slotterhcck, K
Roberts. Sfrond r0'w.' VV. Crooks
II. Factor, I.. Hart, F. Pesce, ,I
VValsh, C. Carman, A. Powell.
Third row: WV. Hobbs, G. Green
wood, D. Halmel G. He h E Al-
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McTammcy, Mr. ,Torok.
Firxf row: C. Sinclair, D. Frye,
R. Bunting, R. Greenlee, R. Cox
l.. l'erry. Srraud row: Mr. Hou:
Imoulis, J. Ketaner, M. Latham,
P. lfoullce, P. Greenlee. D. Krei
ser. E. Redland, I.. Cntchineal
ll. Ilerket, R. Kincel. L. Difficco
n. Felshurg. G. VVittekind, jf
Chapman. Third rmv: B. Sol!
ll. Stockham. T. Lenox, R. Bou-
Imoulxs, J. Adams, Rl. Kane, M.
Groves, R. Emilie, R. Ames. l..
lbificco, A. Ames, C. Boehm.
frilliffll rm1'.' C. Ames, J. Rose
I.. llrelsford, R. Greenlee, B
Zcrrenner. 1. Christopher, J. Slot:
Ir-rlveck, T, Ruse, P. johnson, J.
Julmson, ll. llnrncs, NY. Rogers.
THEY ENTERTAINED US
"The Card Club" "Miss Trenton"
"Meet Corliss Arrberu
"Our Lovely Ballerina"
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"Keep your eye on the targe "
"May I have this dame?
Active student participation is the keynote in
our activity program which is varied enough to
give every student an opportunity to take part.
The musician, the singer, the boy or girl with a
hobby, each is able to find some sort of activity in
which he can interest himself.
The Student Council makes every effort to help
the administration improve the activity program
each year and also helps encourage student par-
ticipation by making annual awards each year to
those who take an outstanding part in the program.
Every student devotes an hour each week to
one club and many devote extra hours in practice,
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First raw: P. Woodward, li.
Shimko, N. Mcfrane, lf. Malms-
bury. C. Malmsliury, l,. Lovett,
A. McCrane, IJ. Tavlor. Srcoml
row: I., Young, Adams, ,l.
Cowell, G. VVittekind, P. Foulke,
J. Taylor, E. Marini, K. Roberts.
W. Drieslwach, J. Skelton, T.
Lenox, R. Bunting, R. Ames.
Third rmv: K. Hartel, D. Boehm.
A. Ames, K. Reiter, S. Hillman,
U. Gable, C. Hughes, M. Titus,
D. Krieser. P. lllalmslwury, P.
Greenlee. Fourth rmv: R, Bun
ting, B. Titus, D. Felshurg, D.
Schultz, J. Gibson, J. Slotterhach,
R. VVhite. R. Rich, E. Glynn, VV.
Rogers. Fifth row: Mr, Hutchi-
son, K. Wright, R. Helveston, A.
Stout, R. Paxson, D, Barnes, J.
Kise, H. Konat, I., Difieco,
The musical organizations of the school are always called upon for extra duties
in and out of school. Today one might play for a football game, tomorrow another
will sing for a community meeting. And so it goes, parades, exchange assemblies,
plays, variety shows and even radio programs all find a willing response from one or
more musical groups.
The school's marching band entertains at all home football games and its many
intricate manuevers stamp it as one of this section's leading high school bands.
Many of Morrisville's musicians are called upon each year to take part in All-
First v0'u': B. Titus, E, Connor. N. Young. G. Maurer, D. Roe-hm, I. Greene
lee, B. Kneeland, J. Ketrow, J. Gibson. G. Margerurn. P. Taylor, Mr. Hutchi
son. Second row: R, Johnson, A. l.aRue, L. Young, J. Janaski. M. Bigley, J
Pierson. M. Perry. lf. Denman, J. Thornley, J. Drucis, D. Nolan. M. VVitte
kind. H, Konat. Third row: M. llayash. A. Stein, M. Bradford, l". Hngeland
V. Johnson, R. Bunting, M. Neuman. A. Ames, R. Hayes, C. llall, N. Green
lee, J. Brunner. Fourth m1v.' J. Kise, D. Rich. R, VVhite, R. Brooks, F.
Cowell, M. Edwards, B. Hausman, C. Dorsey, C. Ames, B. Brewer, J. Krysa,
First rmv: 1. Ketrow, J. Green-
lee. C. Dorsey. R. Bunting, Scr-
mzd rmzf: E. Shimkn, K. Vlfright,
R. Bamlvach, IJ. Boehm, B. Titus,
ll. Knnat, J, Kise. P. Malms-
hurv, P. Greenlee, R. Rich, B.
White, L. Shaner, I.. Young, ll.
Nirshl, A. Ames. Third rmu: R.
llelvestmx, R. Bunting, J. John-
son. I. Freclericks, E, Glynn. R.
Paxsnn, J. Ke-t:mer, ll, Halmel,
T. Lenox. D. Barnes. R, Ames,
Mr. Hutchison, K. llnrtel
County bands and orchestras. To this list of musicians must also be added the many
vocalists who are also selected for high honors.
One of the real highlights of each school year is the annual Christmas Carol
Sing sponsored by the Music Department. Tickets are always in demand and the
carols, the tableau, and the stain glass windows are produced with a touch of profes-
sionalism and are a source of pride and satisfaction to the school and community.
The most important part of the school's music program is the wide variety of osr-
ganizations which make it possible for all who are interested to take an active part in
First rmv: M. Cox. N. Rowell, R. Holuhs. R, Nlarini. R. Kane, P. llemech,
lf, f'ounnr, M. lliglcy. F. lineman. J. Thnrnley. J. Pierson, ll, Boehm, G,
Maurer, J. llrucis. ,Yrrmiri rn11'.' M. Brrulforml, F. llngf-lrmrl. A. l.aRue, N
Young, R, Ku:-elanrl. li. Xlarini, D, Tnvlnr. J, VVin1ers. I. Ketrnw, P, Taylor, I
R. llounlclsmi. ll. Nirshl, J, Cilmsnn, G. Mnrgerum. Third rmv: R. Salt. J.
,l:inn:ki. S. VVonmlw:ml, ll, Ruhr, A. Ames. ll, Titus, V. Johnson, R. Bunting,
L. Xnung. Rl, lNt-umzinn. R. llnyes, D. Nolan. Fourth rorv: Mrs. Howell. G.
Neuman. ll. Johnson. Nl. liclwnnls, ll. Hausmnn, l.. llart, C, Ames, C. Simp-
son, C. Dorsey, M. YVittekinil.
First rofw: Mrs. Brunner, C.
Ames, S. Preston, M. Neuman,
G. White, P. Demech, F. Mac-
Laren, E. Elcock, J. Thornleyv J.
Ketrow, B. Kane, L. Young, Mrs.
Hawkins, Second row: N. Cowell,
G. Maurer, D. Taylor, R. Hoblws,
V. Zerrenner, C. Hopzeland, B.
Titus, D. Nirshl, P. Taylor, E.
Marini, B. VVhite, M. Edwards.
Third row: J. Kise, C. Boehm,
R. Bunting. G. Neuman, C. Rn-
denhaugh, L. Hart, C, Dorsey,
H. Buhr, C. Simpson, D. Coultnn.
First row: L. Neumann, N.
Slack, D. White, J, Chapman, E.
Matejik, S. Sultzhach, M. Miller,
J. Harn, N, Foster, M. Kane, K.
Clark, J. Skelton, D. Johnson.
Srrond rmv: S. Hillman, B.
Ynunt, P. Greenlee, G. Paxton,
P. Malmshury, J. Saxton, L. Lnv-
ett, S. Riley. R. DiSanto, D.
Arsenal, M. Novak, E. Dueman.
C. Malmshury, C. Malmshury.
Third Vow: I. Tettemer, S. Coul-
ton, D. Smith, E. Lodato, J. Kro-
gueaski, L, Cutchineal, J. Middle-
ton, L. Shane-r, J. Miller, ll.
VVoodward, S. Rule, D. Mattis.
J. Matejik. Fourth NTIUS J. How-
ell, D. Felsburg, J. Johnson, S.
llartrug. E. Glenn, P. Woodward,
D. Gahle, K. Reiter, D. Rohner,
E. Redland, M. Krysa, K. llartel.
First row: Mr. Sauder, L. VVil-
cnx, J. Dilatnsh, D. Phillips, J.
Wilcox, C. Johnson. Srrrmd row:
P. Keenan, J. Lehegern, F, Cater,
J. Shull, D. Cappiello, B. Young.
lfi'r.vt rmv: D. 'Bigley. K. Hensor,
R. DeLay, T. llipzley. M. Phillips,
R. Schumann. XY. Tettemer, P.
Mal:-wicz. Srrnnrl row: Miss
NVaikins, R. Ilarrling. R. Greens
lee, ll, Sinclair, K. Rolwerts, D.
Kreiser, I.. MacNeil, J. Chap-
man, C. Hughes, S. Foster, T..
Neuman. D. Nirshl, I.. Perry, VV.
Vaneekhoven, R, Demech, l..
Bresfnrfl. Third nvfv: I.. Young,
lf. Stein. D. Frye, R. Emilie. D.
Sinclair. J. Taylor, C. Malms-
lnury, K. Clark, E. Foster, D.
Johnson, A. Downaril. J. Clawgcs,
J. Rigby, VV. llensor, T, Johnson,
B. VVuodwarrl. Fourth rmv: F.
Carman, I. Chvanaugh, J. Pacitta.
VV. James. T. Rose, D. Brelsford,
R, Uarter, J. Pietrncarln, l.. Di
Piero, A, George, Il, Knnat. R.
Ilrewer, Il, Factor. F, Becker.
Fin! rmv: R. Hohlvs. R, Bon-
lwnulis, R. Marini, G. WVl1ite, E.
Pietrnwski, J, XYinters, B, Kane,
G, Latham. N. fowell, M. Cnx,
S. XYnnlstnn. ,S'r'i'mid rmv: F, Di-
Sanln, P. Smith, K. Nattis, P.
lbemech. E. Marini. D. Taylor,
E. Elcock, R. Heres, J. Driesliach.
S. Preston. Third wmv: Miss
Gisli, l.. Disler, M. Stefannski,
P, Shatto, M. Hamilton, H. Soil,
G. Neumann, L, Hart.
Firxt m'::': J. Krysa, J. Shull, K.
XVrip1ht. R. Taylor. R, Homko,
Nl, llc-nsnr. R, llalmel. D. VVir'l-
mann, Nlr. Davies. .X'rrmid rrmf:
l", Orwell, E. Knhler, T. Trout,
R. Dietrick, J. Brunner, D. Sul-
livan. R. Hamlvach. J, Davis.
Tliird rmu: R. Landis, R. Neu-
man, lf. liater, F, Harman. lf
Galamluos, T. Rulmer.
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NHIN, Townsr-nd, G. YVittc-kind, S.
lmmur. ,I. Moore. K. VI'It!ekimI.
Fx'rx! rmv: KI, Groves. R. Antrn-
Iuus, J. Adams, Miss Gahel. Svc-
mrrl rmv: R. IleI.:1y. VV. Tettenwr,
VV. Cnlmlc. VV, Ilrn-isImcI1, R. fnx,
l"1'r'.v! rmv: II. Koster. D. SI1uII,
I.. Ilrnviy, BIN. Brunner, If
XYIWI, S. NIM:-jiIc, II. IAR116, II.
Crooks. Srronrfi rm:': T. RoIm1'r,
T. Trout, R. Nvunmn. R. NYU-ks.
First rmv: D. Barnes, F. Lelwe-
gern, B. Hnrtshorn, B, James, B,
Vaneel-chnven. Srcond row: A.
Faber, G. Wooley, R. Helvestun,
ll. Landis, Mr. l':u1m.
J. VVinters, J. Ketaner, R. Pax-
son, E. Shimkn, R. Helvcstrm, R.
Rich, Mr, Hutchison, R. VVhite.
Fin! vow: D. Boehm. A. LaRue,
J. Greenlee, B. Kneeland. V. Zer-
renner. Scroud row: C. Hog:-lnml,
H. Buhr, B. Hausman, B. John-
son, M. Tlrarlfurfl.
We would take this opportu-
nity to thank our cheerleaders for
the inspiration they provide at
every one of our athletic contests.
It is unfortunate that we some-
times overlook these girls because
of the special fetes of our teams
but there is no question that the
cheering they lead is a big factor
in much of the success of our ath-
First rrrw: C. Hughes, D. Rnhner,
L. Lovett, S. Foster. K. Witte-
kind. Srcnnd fmv: N. Slack, E.
Tarr, S, Cmmor, 1. Skelton, D,
Best Physique Most Likely to Succeed
John Davis Heidi Buhr Jack Dilatush Jacqueline Greenlee
Nicest Smile Class Cut-ups
Charles Hellings Betty Kneeland Edward Shimko Joan Winters
Mary Lou Edwards john Davis
Most Pull with the Faculty Best Dressed 1
leidi Buhr 'lack Dilatush Robert Homko Heidi Buhr
I Biggest Flirt.:
Frank Cowell Heidi Buhr
Bruce Young Loretta Marrazzo
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Each year the Senior Class takes a long look at itself S
and then, by secret ballot, selects those of its members who X y e '
have proven themselves outstanding in one field or another.
This year is no exception and so on these pages we
proudly present the results of our Senior Poll. Most Basbful
Janice Duke Paul Davis
Frank Cowell Bette Jane Johnson
Best Athletes Most Popular
ohn Krysa Eleanor Pietrowski Heidi Buhr Donald Widmann
Whom Shall we Inv1te9' "Making the Decorations"
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"Sill: IQ This One Out" V "The Morning After" I
THE CLASS PRGPHECY
You know us as we are, now come with us as we take a look at our class
twenty years from today-at least this is how we may look.
We're having a big reunion and everyone is on his way back to good old
"Steel Town." Years have sure changed many of us.
The class is certainly well represented in the steel mill. janet Ketrow and
Heidi Buhr are private secretaries to the big boss, Benjamin Fairless. In the main
office Mary Lou Edwards and Alice LaRue have charge of all the ofiice machines.
In the mill itself, Elwood Terry and Bob Habel are foremen and are still working
A large housing development is going up near the mill with Donald Widmann
listed as the contractor. We also understand that Frank Becker is Red's chief car-
penter. The architect for the development is Bill Brewer, a well-known local figure.
John Shull and Russell Taylor are druggists and own a large drug store in
Levittown. Roger Bambach has his own meat store, Sally Woolston a modern 5 and
10 and Leroy Brown is the manager of a new Acme.
Donald Coulton is the head teller in the new Morrisville Bank and Morton
Hensor is one of the bank directors and also has his own newspaper business. joe
Lebegern has an oilice over the bank as a certified public accountant and is doing a
Janice Duke is the owner of a prosperous clothing store and specializes in
riding attire for women.
Several of our class have gone into the auto business. Chet Doan has a busy
gas station and has Bob Homko and Glen Gordon working for him as mechanics.
Bruce Young owns his own fleet of taxis, and a used car business on the side.
The newest building in town is the modern hospital on West Bridge Street.
Paul Davis, our millionaire classmate, kindly donated the money. Several familiar
faces can be found there. jackie Greenlee is in charge of the lab and Barbara
Hausman, specializing in physical therapy, is head nurse. Carol Hogeland is keeping
all records straight as a medical secretary. Norma Young is a well-known occupa-
tional therapist and at any time of the day or night you can hear "Dr. Boehm
wanted in surgery" being called over the public address system. Pat Sigley and
Marie Nolan work together on the hospital switchboard and Betty Kneeland is the
receptionist at the front desk.
Margaret Stefanoski is head dietitian and Margaret Perry does all the cooking
for the hospital patients.
Several of our classmates have made the big time in the field of sports. John
Krysa graduated from Kentucky as an All-American basketball player and is now a
coach, and Loretta Marrazzo is playing professional hockey. Eleanor Pietrowski is
coach of girls' sports at M.H.S.
Leon Brady has his own Bar and Grill and has Rey Morrell and Ronnie Olin-
ger working for him. Ronnie is the head bouncer. b
Dr. john Dilatush, one of Princeton's great scientists, will be here tonight as
will Bette Jane johnson, chief linguist for the Port of New York Authority.
Charles Hellings, Dick Erb and Tom Kenner found a home in the Navy and
may not be able to get back tonight.
Frank Cowell is a lineman with Bell Telephone and john Davis is working for
Bob Kimble is in Paris showing his latest works of art and sent his regrets
tonight. Marlene Bradford is still in South America on one of her many ex-
cursions. Virginia Zerrenner, an airline hostess, is also out of town on a flight to
Los Angeles. Eddie Shimko just won his third Kentucky Derby and is too busy
Joan Winters will be here if she can get a few hours 06 from her job singing
with Kenneth Wright's band. Perhaps they'll both make it.
We're aiming a bit high but "We can dream, can't we?"
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MORRISVILLE OIL CO.
Harry F. Christ
Fuel Oil and Kerosene Deliveries
E. Bridge St. and Delmorr Ave.
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KARL C. KING
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Labor Superintendent Marvin Davis
and Packing Superintendent Russell lvins
Inspecting New Crop of Broccoli
TRUCKS READY FOR MARKET
A. C. THOMPSON
Compliments of Compliments of
MAURICE A. SHUI-L THE SENIOR CHEERLEADERS
Heidi Buhr Ella Mae Elcock
Builder and Contractor Carol Hogeland Nancy Alderfer
Morrisville, pa. Joan Winters Bunny Solt
Phone 3553 Pat Demech Kay De Fazio
Loretta Hart Carol Rodenbaugh
Joi-IN B. TETTEMER Phone 3-4520
Flowers by Steel Will Always Appeal
Hulmevllle' Pa' 727 soufh Broad sfreef
Phone 6492 Trenton, N. J.
COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND
Compliments of lvlen's Wear Boys' Wear
P051 6176 Work Clothes - Camping Supplies
VETERANS or rokeicn WARS Amy and Navy Supplies
l27 N. BROAD ST.
Morrisville, Pennsylvania Phone 2-7049 TRENTON, N. J.
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"For Steaks You Like, See Mike
. . . No Bum Steers"
MIKE'S STEAK HOUSE
706 Brunswick Ave.
We Deliver to Factories Phone 5-9897
"For Oven Freshness
Buy Where Baked"
OVEN BAKE SHOP
IZI North Broad Street
Trenton, N. J.
PURCELL'S SHOE STORE
I2 South Warren St.
Trenton, N. J.
Specializing in Good Quality Shoes
Great Dane and Boxer Puppies
Dogs Boarded - Heated Kennels
Individual Outside Runs
Full Line of Dog Food and Meat
Reading Avenue Yardley, Pa.
AMICO SAND and CRAVEL CO
HARVEY'S SERVICE STATION
Harvey Furness, Prop.
ISO South Main St.
KITTY KAT LUNCH
Route I3 - Bristol Pike
Phone 53l7 Morrisville,
PENN DECORATING COMPANY
Decorators of Fine China
HAND PAINTED GIFTS
IO2 South Pennsylvania Ave.
Phone 2751 Clarence Alderfer, Cwner Phone 5644
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TALONE'S GULF SERVICE STATION
111 WEST BRIDGE STREET
Phones: Office 7313 - Residence 3331
BUCKS COUNTY FARMS DAIRIES
Samuel Boone, Prop.
Pasteurized Milk and Cream
Cottage Cheese - Buttermilk - Butter
Style - Quality - Service
ETON BOYS' SHOP
15 North Broad Street Trenton, N. J
Trenton's Only Mutual Savings Bank
THE TRENTON SAVING FUND SOCIETY
123-125 East State Street
Member Federal Deposit lnsurance Corporation
D O D G E
See CON EY
24 WEST BRIDGE STREET MORRISVILLE, PA
MORRISVILLE CLEANERS and DYERS
Bridge and Pennsylvania Avenue
Plant and Store-408 S. Pennsylvania Avenue
510 WEST BRIDGE ST. MORRISVILLE, PA.
Sales - KAISER - Service
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Phone 3072 We Deliver
FRUIT and PRODUCE
Frozen Foods - Fresh Produce
58 East Bridge Street
ROBERT MORRIS HOTEL
Cocktail Lounge and Dining Room
Rooms by Day or Week
Prompt and Courteous Service
Banquets - Wedding - Parties, Etc.
50-52 E. Bridge St. Morrisville, Pa.
BRIDGE AUTO BODY 8 REPAIRS
Steve Barkasy, Prop.
519 Bridge St. Trenton, N. J.
343 West Bridge St.
Open Sunday - Closed Monday
MORRISVILLE FLOWER GARDENS
D. Conturso 6' Son
Flowers For All Occasions
509 W. Bridge St. Morrisville, Pa
TOMLINSON'S VARIETY SHOP
57 North Pennsylvania Ave.
Misses and Junior Apparel
69 North Pennsylvania Ave.
JOHN J. RESO - JEWELERS
Watches - Diamonds - Silverware
11 E, Bridge St. Morrisville, Pa
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GABBY'S STEAK HOUSE
Michael Santos, Prop.
826 South Clinton Ave.
Phone 5-9906 Trenton, N.
When in Trenton Visit
"The Businessman's Department Store"
Students' Supplies - Kodaks
117-119 North Broad St.
Phones: 5-6186 -- 5-6187
CENTRAL QUALITY MARKET
Quality Meats and Provisions
Wholesale and Retail
DOROTHY LEE FLOWER SHOP
Mrs. Eva R. Blake, President
602 West State St., Trenton, N. J
Phone 2-51 16
STACY'S 5c TO 51.00 STORE
3 East Bridge St.
Headquarters for Clark's
J. 6' P. Coates, C-em, Daisy
Prescriptions - Drugs
Also . . . Self-Service Groceries Luncheonette
17 East Bridge St., Morrisville, Pa. Free Delivery Yardley 2703
Opposite Bank Phone 3309
Phones: Day, 74-31963 Night, 5571 The Friendly Place to Shop
MIKE'S AUTO SERVICE BEATRICE SHOPPE
Tune-up - Ignition Specialist COATS - SUITS - DRESSES
Motor Qvel-haul Millinery - Handbags - Handkerchiefs
Wrecker and Towing Sefvlce East Bridge St., Morrisville, Pa.
Penna. Official Inspection Sta. No. 8458 Phone 3451
111-113 W. Bridge St., Morrisville, Pa. Open Friday Evening
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Phone Morrisville 3254
QUALITY CARBONATED BEVERACES
C. RUSSELL STILWELL Cr SON
Wholesale - Retail
l25 South Lafayette Avenue Morrisville, Pa.
PENN VALLEY CONSTRUCTORS, Inc.
DESIGNERS - ElNANcEks - BUILDERS
zo North Pennsylvania Avenue
WILLIAM I. MURPHY
4l West Trenton Avenue
Morrisville Phone 7922
CENTRE FRUIT MARKET
350 Centre Street Trenton, N. J.
QUALITY FRUIT and PRODUCE
Frozen Foods Groceries
Owned and Operated by the Marrazzo Bros.
. FOOSE'S SELF SERVICE MARKET
Under New Management
River Road, Trenton, N. J.
Air Conditioned Dining Room
STEAKS CHOPS 4' SEA FOOD
Our Specialty - "Chicken in the Basket"
Catering to Parties, Banquets and Butfets
GRIM, CADWALLADER and DARLINGTON
ROBERTSON MANUFACTURING COMPANY
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Trenton, N. J.
Robert K, McPherson, Manager
Trenton 2-21 l l
THE GIFT BOX
65 North Pennsylvania Ave.
Choice Gifts at Reasonable Prices
Norcross Cards and Gift Wrappings
CAMPBELL'S ESSO SERVICE
IO6 East Trenton Ave.
Courses in Accountancy, Journalism
Secretarial Science, Social Secretarial
Commercial Teaching, Finance
B.S. and A.A. Degrees
Catalogue Free on Request
R I D E R C O L L E C E
Founded l865 Trenton, N.
SCARBOROUGH DISTRIBUTORS, Inc.
Beer, Ale and Soft Drinks
506 Perry St. Phone Trenton 3-4376
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SINCE IMI 1889
E. L. KERNS CO. Trenton, N. J.
BEN HAMS PAINT CENTER
Pratt Er Lamberts - Solfo - DuPont's
Paints - Enamels -- Varnishes
Exterior and Interior Painting
53 North Pennsylvania Ave.
Phone 3093 We Deliver
MEATS and GROCERIES
Prop., J. Meszaros
66 North Pennsylvania Ave.
Television - Radios - Ranges - Washers
Refrigerators - Lighting Fixtures
"Everything Electrical for the Home"
4l6 South Pennsylvania Ave.
Samuel Lavine, Mgr. Morrisville 7471
COHEN'S TUXEDO PARLOR
Dress Suits for All Occasions
-- To Hire -
Palace Theater Building
Represented by Bruccoleri Bros.
l85 S. Broad St, Trenton, N. J.
GROOM'S MUSIC STORE
Exclusive Dealer for C. C. Conn
209 East Front Street
"Hammonton Park Clothes"
Arrow and Van Heusen
Shirts - Ties - Sportswear
S. Broad and Factory Sts., Trenton
All Kinds of Candies
956 South Broad St. Trenton, N. J.
Body, Fender and Painting Service
Authorized Pennsylvania State
James Aversano, Prop. Phone 5367
KALEN'S PICTURE and FRAME
Fine Picture Framing
Framed and Unframed Prints
Oil Paintings and Frames Restored
Mirrors of All Descriptions
The Store the Doctor
PHILIP S. SLACK and COMPANY
Charles M. Fox, Jr.
74 Parker Avenue Trenton 9, N. J
THE MORRISVILLE BANK
Bringing into closer relation the home and the school
that parents and teachers may cooperatively secure for
every child the highest advantages in physical, mental,
social and spiritual education.
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Trenton Junior College
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Mari' of New Ii'm't
Offerx Accredited College Transfer and
'Terminal Courses during the
Day and Evening in
PH Y SICAL SCIENCES
PRE - EN GINEERIN C
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"Attend College and live ul home."
Culalogs uuuiluble upon request
For additional information call 5-5414 or write IU
Trenton Junior College
West State and Willow Sts., Trenton 8, N. j.
ART METAL STEEL FURNITURE
Files - Safes - Shelving - Lockers
Post lndex Visible Equipment
Leopold Executive Office Furniture
Cunlocke Wood and Upholstered Chairs
Harter Posture Chairs and
Office Safes and Vault Doors
Filing Supplies-Commercial Stationery
PALMER, TROUT fr CO.
IO4O South Clinton Ave., Trenton, N. J.
FRESH OUT OF HIGH SCHOOL AND N0 JOB?
Swell office jobs with good pay awaiting
Comptometer School graduates
Short Course - Day or Evening Classes
Free Lifetime Employment Service
THE COM PTOM ETER SCHOOL
420 BROAD STREET
NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
TRENTON 8, N, J.
07744 50 Doinnsuv c Ion
THIRTY-FIVE EAST STATE ST.
lirwlvb-' 956 PARKWAY AVE.
mentor: a, N. 1.
JAMES M KLENK, M.D.
HAROLD J. ROBINSON, D.D.S.
SAMUEL L. SEC-AL. D,D.S.
FRANK C. FOWLER, D.D.S.
THADDEUS B. FOWLER, D.D.S.
THEODORE R, COHEN, M.D.
THEODORE A HANSEN. D S C,
SIM PSON CH EVROLET
222 East Bridge Street Morrisville, Pa.
At Lower Bridge Approach Phone Morrisville 7184
Official Inspection Station 8499
CHARLES F. ANDREWS and ASSOCIATES
INSURANCE - ALL KINDS
Nez East sfafe sneer Trenton. N. J.
Phone - 5-6334
THE MAKEFIELD CO. REALTORS
82 North Pennsylvania Avenue
Telephone 74-3818 Estimates Given
FRED W. GREEN LEE
508 Stockham Avenue Morrisville, Pa.
THE PENNSBURY DEVELOPMENT CO.
Morrisville 7l04 Notary Public
JOHN I. BOYCE
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
ll0 West Bridge Street Morrisville, Pa.
AMERICAN BILTRITE RUBBER CO.
TRENTON, New JERSEY
Phones: 2-2586, 4-3487 We Deliver Free
SANITARY POULTRY MARKET
John Lukacs, Prop.
Live and Dressed Poultry - Eggs - Wholesale and Retail
902 North Olden Avenue Trenton 9, N. J.
Pennsylvania New Jersey
"State Supervised" Chicks
Officially Blood Tested
518 Crown Street
WALTER H. SCHULTZ
I6-20 Passaic Street
Trenton 8, N, J.
Walter H. Schultz Telephone 6
BURNS APPLIANCE STORE
7 North Montgomery St.
Trenton. N, J.
l3l6 Walnut Street
GORDON L. MAY
.lOE'S BARBER SHOP
North Pennsylvania Ave,
Save 2004, on Athletic Equipment
CAPITAL SPORTING GOODS
Phone 2-781 I
SI7 North Olclen Ave, Trenton 9, N
ALEXANDER RUBBER CO.. Inc.
20 East Front Street
Trenton, N J
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CARL J. GOELLER
530 Hamilton Ave. Trenton, N. J.
Dinner -- Luncheon
Beer - Wine A Liquors
Parking in Rear
S U L L Y ' S
Phone Morrisville 7082
BRADY AND SON
KEROSENE and FUEL OIL
lZ0 Green St. Morrisville, P
ALLEN 8' HURLEY
2:3 South Warren St. Phone 3--0386
Industrial Electronic Supplies
Radio Replacement Parts
Sound Equipment - Television
NORTON, FARR Cr CUMMINGS
Engravers - Printers - Stationers
l23 East Hanover Street
Trenton, N. J.
Invitations and Rnnouncements
Diplomas - Resolutions
Personal Stationery - Programs
Greeting Cards for All Occasions
Warm Air and Boiler-
24-Hour Burner Service
851 SOUTH WARREN STREET TRENTON, N. J.
PROGRESS ASSOCIATES, l c
CALDWELL, N. J.
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