Morrisville High School - Robert Morris Yearbook (Morrisville, PA)
- Class of 1953
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Table of Contents
No real attempt has been made by the staff to develop a theme which
could be carried from page to page throughout this yearbook. We realize,
however, that we live in a world of headlines, immediate news flashes and
on-the-spot coverage of current history. This book is our contribution to
that current history and so we have chosen to use the headline as an intro-
duction to each section.
In order to make this a complete historical account of our year, we are
also presenting an innovation in the form of a supplement which will be
mailed to each subscriber at the conclusion of the school year.
MORRISVILLE HIGH SCHOOL SUMMERSEAT
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BOARD OF EDUCATIO
ALBERT N. McCLENAGHAN ,,
COLEMAN P. MORGAN
PAUL J. TAYLOR ,, ,,,,,,
WALTER R. TAYLOR
DR. THEODORE A. HANSEN
LEONARD F. FERRY
WILLIAM B. ANDERSON
FRANK C. MILLER
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Dr. Theodore A. Hansen
MELVIN N. BOUBOULIS E. LEONARD CAUM
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DOROTHY A. GISH KATHARINE A. HASTON
JOSEPH A. MATINAS RAY K. HACKER
ROSHMARY CAVANAUCH SARA F. TURNER
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GUIDING HANDS-OUR TEACHERS
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MARGARET A. WATKINS
PATRICK W. BOYD
ESTHER M. HAWKINS DOROTHY KELLER
ANNE E. PARSONS
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JAMES E. WOOD
MARJORIE B. JONES
JOHN ROLLO. JR.
HELEN L. BRUNNER
JOHN K. MOCK
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NANCY Lou ALDERFER
"Nano" is an active member of the cheerleading squad . . . was
voted the girl with the "nicest smile" in the popularity poll . . . what
a wardrobe! . . . always has a neat appearance . . . her short, wavy
hair is the envy of all the girls . . . Nancy plans to attend college and
become a music director . . . she makes up the alto part of the Girls'
Trio . . . very active in sports . . . has a pleasing personality . . . usually
seen driving her green Oldsmobile with J une, Fran, and Gail.
CATHERINE FRANCES AMES
One of our talented art students . . . worked hard in the Art Depart-
ment of the Yearbook . . . what would we have done without her at our
proms . . . plays a good game of basketball . . . active member of the
Focus Staff and of the high school choruses . . . did a great deal to
help make the senior play a success . . . always willing to lend a helping
hand . . . has a friendly "hi" for everyone . . . main ambition is to be-
come a housewife.
Always willing to have a lot of fun . . . can be seen driving a "51"
Packard . . . gets in a heap of trouble in English class . . . hopes some-
day to become an electrician . . . usually seen with Harold . . . one of
our faithful stagehands . . . enjoys all sports . . . does not have much
to say about his love life . . . smooth dancer . . . enjoys giving Mr. Wood
a hard time in P. D. class.
REBECCA E. BERES
Quiet until you get to know her . . . "peaches and Cream" complexion
. . . loves to dance . . . faithful member of the canteen . . . a friendly
"hello" for all . . . usually seen with a varsity right end . . . when not
with "Howie" usually seen with Ella Mae . . . ambition is to become
a doctor's assistant . . . we know she will succeed . . . member of the
Leaders' Club and Girls' Chorus.
JosEPH G. BRUNER
One of the most popular boys in the senior class . . . member of
the fighting eleven . . . is a nice dresser . . . was voted the 'best dressed"
and "class cut-up" in the senior poll . . . always laughing and joking
. . . really has a good sense of humor . . . would like to become a me-
chanic . . . one of the outlielders on our baseball team . . . likes to
have a good time . . . helped to brighten up our dull classes . . . likes
DONALD J. CAPPIELLO
"Cap" is one .if the cutest boys in the senior class . . . was voted
"most quiet" and also "most hashfu1" in the class . . takes a lot of
kidding from both the boys and girls . . . blushes easily . . . seen a lot
with Sully . . . did a good job in playing left guard on our fighting
eleven . . . oh, that smile! . . . interests lie outside of school . . . has
not yet decided on his career . . . quiet until you know him . . . has
a lot of admirers in the opposite sex . . . dislikes a wise guy.
ELLEN L. CONNER
Came to us in our junior year . . . always ready for a good joke . . .
everything is happy-go-lucky with Ellen . . . favorite pastimes are col-
lecting poems and sitting over a coke . . . has a lot of friends and a
friendly "hi" for everyone . . . seems to have a great deal of interest in
the Centre Fruit Market . . . oh, Ellen, what would happen if you got
that green Studebaker? . . . usually seen with Phil, Kay, and Carolyn . . .
always smiling . . . loyal supporter of the Morrisville football and basket-
A tall, good-looking blond who came to us in our junior year . . .
likes to tease the girls and they seem to enjoy it as much as he does . . .
was the "unknown man" in the senior play . . . has a pleasing person-
ality and is liked by everyone . . . catches up on his sleep in English
class . . . hopes someday to travel in the service . . . is a happy-go-lucky
guy . . . hopes to be a mechanic.
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' C K warm personality and is a true friend to everyone . . . appears bashful
A ly- but really isn't . . . one of the few people who can tell a joke and be
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time at the Dairy Queen , . . can proudly lioast that his father is
"i.' 2 the Chief of Police . . . intends to study radio and television.
'H ' f Always willing to give someone a helping hand . . . possesses a
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PATRICIA ANN DI-IMECII
Treasurer of the Class of 53 . . . president of Leader's Club . . . has
a friendly smile and "hello" for everyone . . . can out-talk anyone and
always ready for a good time , . . usually sn-en with one of the football
players . . . likes to r-at and dance . . . hopes to teach high school some
day . . . came through with flying honors on the popularity poll . . . a
peppy co-eaptain of the cheerleaders . . . a member of student Council.
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CAROLYN C. DIsANTo
"Gus" is one of our efficient office workers . . . always pro-4-nh an nim-
appearance . . . has a friendly "hi" for everyone . . . usually sw-n with
Kay. Phil. and Pat . . . memher of the l.e-a1lvr'- Club for tlirm- 51-urs
. . . spends some of her time working at lhn- Hairy Um-on . . . fznorito
pastime- is 1-ating tomato pies . . . hope-s lo In-4-omv ai rm-1-plioni-I uftvr
graduation . . . is always willing to le-nd a helping hand . . . likes
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CAROL ANN DoRsEY
Carol is one of our active members . . . excels in sports of- all types
. . . was voted "best athlete" in the senior class . . . captain of the
hockey team . . . second soprano in the trio . . . a peppy cheerleader . . .
active member of the Student Council . . . our "A" student in the com-
mercial course . . . her naturally curly hair is the envy of all . . . has
a swell personality and is friendly to everyone . . . a nice dresser . . .
capable student director of the senior play.
JACQUELINE A. Dnucls
Jackie is one of the soloists of the senior class . . . she holds up the
soprano section of the Girls' Chorus and Mixed Chorus . . . always has
a cheery "hi" for everyone . . . plans to enter nurse's training after
graduation . . . we know she will succeed in anything she does . . .
Jackie is a loyal supporter of the football and basketball teams . . .
usually seen at Burn's with Betty, having a coke . . . favorite pastimes
are reading and playing the piano.
FRAULISKA R. DUEMAN
Has won many honors . . . was chosen "Canteen Queen" and "Miss
Morrisville" . . . is active in all the choruses . . was voted the "best
looking" in the popularity poll . . . a nice dresser . . . one of the few
girls to stick with the shorthand class . . . likes to dance . . . usually
seen with June, Nancy, and Gail . . . often seen driving around in her
black Chevy . . . has a nice personality . . . ambition is to be a head
hookkeeper . . . is well liked by all . . . her brown, curly hair is the
envy of everyone.
JAMES F. DUKE
One of the quietest and shyest fellows in the senior class . . . usually
seen with Joe Mike . . . ambition is to become a machinist . . . spends
his spare time building model railroads . . . most of his interests lie
outside of M. H. S ..., doesn't bother with the opposite sex.
ELLA MAE ELCOCK
Ella is one of our peppy senior cheerleaders . . . has cheered the
team to victory since 7th grade . . . voted our class "cut-up" and senior
with the "best sense of humorl' . . . one of the Focus workers . . . al-
ways laughing and ready for a good time . . . a faithful supporter of
the canteen . . . stole the show in the senior play as Lizzie, a silly maid
. . . loves to eat, especially with our varsity fullback . . . noted for her
ELIZABETH MARIAN ERWIN
Came to us in our senior year . . . has a friendly smile for everyone
. . . hopes to be a Home Economics and English teacher . . . likes to
go on hikes and enjoys cooking . . . is on the quiet side until you get
to know her . . . member of Mixed and Girls' Chorus . . . very capable
office worker . . . we know that she will succeed in whatever she at-
tempts to do.
One of the quieter members of the senior class . . . came to us in
her senior year from Pennsbury . . . always sleeping in class . . . inter-
ests lie in the Navy . . . always eating . . pet peeve is homework . . .
loves to laugh . . . noted for her dry sense of humor . . . can take a
joke and always ready for a laugh . . . pretty, curly hair is the envy
CHARLES S. GALAMBOS
"Charlie" is one of the taller members of the senior class . . . a whiz
at basketball . . . plays quarterback on the football team . . . oh, that
dark, wavy hairll . . . "Charlie" always has a nice smile for everyone . . .
was an active and capable president of Student Council . . . just loves
to tease the girls . . . usually seen driving around in his red Chevy
convertible with Bobby and Richie . . . portrayed the part of a rich
playboy in the senior play.
One of the tallest members of the senior class . . . was voted the
"friendliest" and "most talkative" in the popularity poll . . . never seen
without a smile and has a good word for everyone . . . played basket-
ball and football . . . usually seen with Larry . . . spends most of his
time in the Art room . . . likes to tease the girls . . . what about the
girls at Pennsbury, Frank? . . . is well liked by everyone . . . helped
to brighten up our dull classes . . . likes to sing.
Voted "best looking" in the senior class . . . had male lead in the
senior play . . . a big football tackle and co-captain of the squad . . .
has a nice smile for everyone and oh, those dimples! . . . hunting and
playing sports are his favorite pastimes . . . one nifty guy and a swell
sport . . . to be a success in life is his ambition . . . a friend to all . . .
also received "best all around" and nicest smile" in the popularity
poll . . . usually seen with a senior cheerleader . . . a member of the
EDWIN F. GREENLEE
One of our top "A" students in the academic course . . . was voted
"most likely to succeed" in our popularity poll . . . is ambitious, hard-
working, and very dependable . . . always has a neat appearance . . .
was Vice President in our Senior and Junior years . . . often found
participating in the track events . . . is quiet, but full of fun . . . likes
to eat . . . oh, that wavy hair! . . . has a pleasing personality . . .
everyone's friend . . . plans to go to college and we know he will come
out on top.
One of Bond Motor's faithful workers . . . drives around in a green
Olds . . . quiet but once he gets started, watch out . . . usually seen
with Russ . . . after graduation he will probably become one of Uncle
Sam's boys . . . pastime is racing pigeons . . . always ready for a lot of
fun . . . keeps the girls guessing . . . always in the library reading sports
magazines . . . a hard worker . . . loyal Morrisville fan.
MARILYN BARBARA HAINIILTON
One of our efficient office workers . . . faithfully attended the foot-
ball and basketball games . . . usually seen with Shirley, Pat, and Mary
. . . spends her summers at the seashore . . . would like to become a
beautician . . . member of the Leader's Club for two years . . . enjoys
reading and a good movie . . . always ready for a laugh . . . is a neat
dresser . . . has a nice smile.
LORETTA Jo HART
Loretta is captain of the senior cheerleaders and a very active one . . .
she was voted "most likely to succeed" in the popularity poll . . . plays
all sports . . . always ready to- greet you with a smile . . . lots of fun to
be with . . . Loretta plans to go into nurse's training when she grad-
uates . . . she had the female lead in the senior play . . . a very capable
Treasurer of Student Council and Secretary of the Senior Class . . .
a pleasing personality.
ROBERT W. HARTSHORN
Joined the fighting eleven in his senior year . . . did a fine job as full-
back . . . always seen driving around in his black Plymouth . . . can
usually be found in the dark room . . . pet peeve is people who crack
their gum . . . is always heard saying "Do you have an extra pencil?"
. . . ambition is to become a Physical Education teacher . . . likes to
have a good time.
EDWARD F. HAYASH
Rates high in the brain department . . . can tell you everything about
anything . . . did a good job in the senior play as Mr. Beresford . . .
goes thru Chemistry with a breeze . . . ambition is to become a chemical
or electrical engineer . . . favorite pastimes are reading and talking . . .
likes the nurses from McKinley Hospital . . . can usually be seen driv-
ing his Dad's Studebaker . . . in his spare time he works at the Jambo-
ree . . . hates girls who crack gum or use baby talk.
Russu. H. H1-:Lvl-:s'roN
Our Gene Krupa . . . one of the long time members of the band
and orchestra . . . is on the quiet side until you get to know him . . .
likes to tease the girls . . . always ready to hear a good joke . . . often
seen working in the shop . . . has a friendly "hi" for everyone . . . am-
bition is to be an electrician . . . we know he will succeed in whatever
he attempts to do.
Howmn F. Holscusr
End on our varsity eleven . . . does a line job as baseball catcher . . .
if you want to find Howard, look for Becky . . . always ready for a
good laugh . . . blushes easily . . . did a good job as property chair-
man of the senior play . . . smooth on the dance floor . . . loves to talk,
especially in Chemistry class . . . always willing to use his car to run
errands . . . after graduation he wants to be a carpenter and build his
Our class politician . . . has a friendly "hi" for all . . . her natural,
curly hair is the envy of all . . . is a nice dresser . . . usually seen with
Jackie . . . loyal supporter of the football and basketball teams . . . a
good student . . . head cashier at one of Trenton's stores . . . worked hard
on the Yearbook . . Treasurer of the Leader's Club . . . member of
the hockey team . . . plans to go to college and become a teacher.
ARL!-:NE HELEN KLEPADLO
"E" came to us from Proctor High School in Utica, New York . . .
usually seen with Cathy helping the class . . . is an active member of
the Focus Staff . . . a lot of fun to be with and always ready to laugh
at a good joke . . . has a friendly "hi" for everyone . . . wants to be
either a kindergarten teacher or join the Waves.
EDWARD W. KOHLER
Our star athlete . . . enjoys playing all sports . . . made all-county
football team for three years . . . co-captain of the fighting eleven . . .
was voted the "best athlete" and "best physique" in the senior poll . . .
always ready with a joke . . . likes to have a good time . . . usually
seen with Richie, Charlie, and Jerry . . . catches up on his sleep in
English class . . . is well liked by all . . . has a nice personality . . .
never a dull moment with Eddie.
RICHARD S. LANDIS JR.
A good looking blond . . . really deserved "best sense of humor" in
the popularity poll . . . always has a witty remark to brighten up classes
. . . Dick has a pleasing personality . . . he seldom talks much about
his love-life . . . does weightlifting and has the build to prove it . . .
loves to coach football . . . has a junior team of his own . . . he hopes
to be a Physical Education teacher after graduation . . . Dick can al-
ways be heard saying, "Can I borrow a pencil?"
FRANK HAzl-:N MACLAREN
One of our "A" students . . . is an active member of the senior class
. . . Editor of the Yearbook and Focus . . . ambition is to become a
lawyer.. . . had one of the leads in the senior play . . . likes to have a
good time . . . was voted "most pull with the faculty" in the popularity
poll . . . always ready to hear a good joke . . . one of our talented art
One of our quiet classmates . . . plays a good game of hockey . . .
wants to be a general office worker . . . a member of Leader's Club
and Girls' Chorus . . . always ready to lend a helping hand . . . enjoys
working in the office . . . a very neat dresser . . . her most interesting
class is typing . . . voted umost bashful' in the popularity poll.
KATHRYN H. MAT'rrs
One of the shortest members of the senior class . . . never a dull mo-
ment with Kate around . . . likes to laugh and have fun . . . very cap-
able office worker . . . would like to become a secretary . . . was voted
"best dressed," and really deserved it . . . usually seen sitting over a
coke in Pryors with Pat, Carolyn, and Phyllis . . . a different outfit
every day . . . usually seen sporting around in a blue convertible
GAIL D. MAURER
One of our cute seniors . . . hails from Yardley . . . loves to drive
her father's Chevy . . . has a friendly "hello" and smile for everyone
. . . takes a lot of teasing about her appetite . . . enjoys singing . . .
likes giving a certain varsity football player a rough time . . . usually
seen with Nancy, Fran, and June . . . portrayed the romantic part in the
senior play . . . a very neat dresser . . . can't wait to go to college . . .
hopes to be a medical secretary.
RICHARD HAROLD MERSHON
Joe is quiet until you get to know him . . . drives a green Chevy . . .
a real friendly guy to everyone . . . hopes to be a milkman . . . likes
the wrestling matches at the Trenton Arena . . . English class is his
pet peeve . . . usually seen with Charlie Hall . . . enjoys all sports . . .
loyal Bulldog fan . . . a faithful member of the Safety Patrol . . . be-
longs to the Library Club.
Dot is one of the taller members of our class . . . always seen riding
to school with Jean . . . plays a mean trumpet in our school band . . .
forever studying her shorthand . . . can she play baseball! . . . quiet
until you get to know her . . . loves to laugh . . . has a cute giggle . . .
an ardent sports fan . . . member of the Mixed Chorus . . . enjoys
working in the office.
t I a a S 1 Ru-nano C. NEUMAN
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i S Another one of our football players . . . did a good job at end . . .
i of humor keeps the class laughing . . . sports one of those classy crew-
cuts . . . never seems to have a worry in the world . . . is a happy-go-
- lucky guy . . . usually seen driving around in his Ford with Charlie,
Il- Eddie, and Jerry . . . helps keep the diner in business . . . plays a
Q C is well liked hy everyone . . . has a cheery personality . . . his sense
. good game of basketball . . . main ambition is to graduate.
A. SHIRLEY PRESTON
Shirley is one of our efficient office workers . . . works at Radio Sta-
tion WBUD . . . after graduation she hopes to become a secretary . . .
usually seen with Marilyn or Pat . . . has a smile and "hi" for every-
one . . . Typing Editor of the Yearbook . . . loves to eat and dance,
and comes to all sports events . . . faithful worker on the Focus and
member of Leader's Club . . . is always ready to give anyone a helping
hand . . . loves to talk, especially in English class.
WM. DAVID R1cHAnDsoN
Usually seen with a junior girl . . . always cruising around in his
Mercury . . . interested in aviation . . . after graduation he hopes to
become a mortician . . . has a cherry "hello" for all . . . loves to sleep
and is always eating . . . loyal Bulldog supporter . . . always willing
to lend anyone a helping hand . . . in his spare time he works for Wilber
Tnoivms J. ROHNER
Capable President of the Class in our Senior and Junior years . . .
center on the fighting eleven . . . usually seen with Tom Trout . . .
f eating is his favorite pastime . . . one of our better students . . . plans
to go to college . . . always ready to hear a joke . . . member of the
Focus Staff . . . has a nice smile . . . likes to have a good time . . .
often seen driving around in a black Dodge . . . spends much of his
time with a certain senior girl.
J EANETTE RUSSELL
Came to us from Lorain, Ohio, in our senior year . . . one of the
shortest members of the class . . . always ready for a good joke . . .
a cheerful personality . . . enjoys singing and football games . . .
always can be found at Burn's with Ellen . . . plans to go to Miami U.
further education . . . wants to become an airline hostess . . forever
studying chemistry . . . works part-time at Lobels.
PATRICIA A. SHATTO
Pat is a real friend to all . . . always willing to lend a helping hand
member of Leader's Club and Girls' Chorus . . . hopes to be a
beautician someday . . . keeps Lobels running smoothly . . . a swell
classmate . . . smooth complexion . . . usually seen in Pryors with Gus,
Phil, and Kat . . . one of our efficient office workers . . . neat dresser
favorite pastime is trying to fix her hair a different way . . . her in-
terests lie outside of M. H. S.
PHYLLIS E. SMITH
One of the tallest members of the senior class . . . was voted the
ubest physique" in the popularity poll . . . likes to drive around in
certain convertible . . . always ready for a good joke . . . usually
with Carolyn, Kathryn, and Ellen . . . never walks to school . . .
most of her interests lie outside of M. H. S. with a certain mechanic . . .
likes to have a good time . . . has many clothes and is a nice dresser.
DENNIS J. SULLIVAN
Sully is active in all sports . . . small, but mighty . . . dynamite on the
football field . . . his ambition is to become a Physical Education teach-
. . swell personality . . . no one seems to know his other interests
his favorite pastime is sports . . . a friend to all . . . takes a lot of
kidding about being so small . . his pet peeve is conceited people . . .
really a fast talker . . . plays a fast game of basketball . . . enjoys history
JUNE PHYLLIS THORNLEY
Always willing to have fun . . . beautiful, blond hair and blue eyes
are the envy of all . . . soprano in the trio and helps hold up that section
in all choruses . . . can be seen driving a blue Pontiac . . . working
partner with Fran at Tangent Tool . . . ambition is to be a secretary
. . . keeps the boys guessing . . . pretty smile and neat appearance are
trademarks of June . . . the Honor Soloist of the Class of 53.
THOMAS R. TROUT
One of the most popular boys in the senior class . . . star fullback
on the fighting eleven . . . likes to tease the girls and they sure do love
it . . . is a neat dresser . . . usually seen driving around in his Pontiac
. . . has a swell personality and a good word for everyone . . . likes to,
have a good time . . . is smooth on the dance floor . . . another one of
our outfielders . . . plans to go to college . . . we know he will succeed.
LORETTA GRACE WHITE
One of our athletic classmates . . . plays basketball, baseball, hockey,
and volleyball' and is outstanding in each . . . a member of Leader's
Club and Girls' Chorus . . . has a pleasing personality and is a friend
to alll . . . if you hear a hearty laugh, don't look, take our word, it's
Q X Grace . . . is always ready for a good joke . . . favorite pastime is horse-
QQ' back riding . . . loyal supporter of the football and basketball teams.
"Larry is one- of our sport fans . . . knows about every major league
ba-vball playa-r alive- . . . fast guard on our basketball team . . . he-'s
shy wha-u il 4-ouu-s to girls but the- girls think he is rather cute . . .
4-vt-ryone is 1-nvious of his blun- e-yr-s and flashing smile . . . always seen
in tha- library rr-aiding a sports magazine- or arguing with Frank . . . if
you valor- your lift- don't say anything against the Philadelphia Phillies
. . . also 1-njoys playing buss-bull . . . om- of our star pitchers . . .
rouvlif-s zi midgv-t football te-am.
MARY ELIZABETH WITTEKIND
"Mary" is a cute member of the class . . . always has a nice smile
for all her friends . . . her dimples are the envy of all the girls . . . is
a singer in the soprano section of the Girls' Chorus and Mixed Chorus
. . . her favorite pastimes are reading and playing the piano . . . after
graduation she plans to enter college and study to be an elementary
teacher . . . Mary loves children and we know she will succeed in this
Cizonca WOOLLEY it
Likes to tease .he girls . . . member of the tighting eleven . . . is very
clever with a paint brush . . . held up the violin section of the orchestra
. . . always laughing and ready with a joke . . . the butler in the senior
play . . . would like to become a chemist or laboratory technician . . .
likes to have a good time . . . is a friend to all . . . has a variety of
nicknames . . spends his spare time playing sports.
CLASS OFFICER x
Seated: Loretta Hart, Secretary: Thomas Hohner, President: Pat Demech, Treasurer
Standing: Ned Hayash, Business Manager: Ned Greenlee. Vice President.
First row, left to right: C. Ames. F. MavLaren, B. Kane. R. Landis. Second row: N Greenlee S
Preston. J. Drucis, C. Maurer. C. llorsey. 'l'. Trout.
Associate Erlifor ,,,,
Assislant Manager ,,.,,,,.
,41l1verl1fsir1g Manager ,S
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12-1 Wrile-ups ,,
Far-ulfy flrlviser ,
Ella Mm! lilf-in-k
,S , , , Betty Kane
,S ,, Shirley Preston
. ,,,, Carol Dorsey
.. Ned Greenlee
James E. Wood
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ll-1- First row: ff. Jlllll'lS0l'l. J. Wilrox. Swonll row: D, Barnes. ll. Koster, I..
flung. M. Ne-uman. ll. R0fl1'l'1llHlIQlll. V jolinson. ll. Llpplnvutl. I.. lhslvr. A.
Ani:-s. ll. Titus. ll. Sllllll. 5. Nlutr-jik. 'l'l1ir4l row: ll, Tulum-, K. Rivll. D.
llie-trivk, ,l. lla-tml. li. llmllnmlli-. ll. llnlulax. lf. Nlurini. ll, Taylor. N. Howl-ll,
NlfXRU."XHl'i'l' N. WX'I'KINS
llflli-Ulli Nl. lll 'IYIHISON
ll-2 First ruw: ll. ,lznm-Q. .l. Ff-llnor, ll. Van:-f-khuvvn, D. Phillips. Svvonrl row:
I l,l'll4',2Q'flI. li. ll2lYl'N li. ll
unting, ,l. Pix-rmn. U. Nvuman, U. Lodgv, H. 50
' 1. ' 'nl row: H. llruoks. l'. Krvnan. J. Kisf-, 5.
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mulwurfl, ll. Lullxum. Al. Jillliiklil, ll. Nirxlll, Nl. lliglvy. J. llrie-slrack, C. Erwin
I0-I I'1rst row: H. I'l1dIUIId. II. Mn:-. 'I'. I.1-mm. Sm-vumI row: .I. I'I1iIIips. R.
NIivIn'I. K. Rr-in-r. 5. Iiurlrug. I.. Nlurtin. I'. Wumiward. 'I'. lfnwm-II. If. Glynn.
II. I'Iurn. I'. LIIZIIIIIIIIII. II. II1ut4'In'r. II1mI row: II. I'IllgLII4'N. Il. II4-alll. If. IILIIIIH,
II. l.mImI. NI. Iiossn, II. Ixln4'4'I. N. NI1'I.I'2lIl4', I.. North. II. Icrry. 5. l.0nn1'r. ,I.
Saxton. I.. NIam'NviI. II. Carman. J. Iavitlo. Il. Haln-I. I. Savage.
IIICIICN I.. llRl?NNIfR
fII.ICX INDI-III NIm'IlUN,'II.II
-2 First row: lf. lflawge-Q. I". Caruso, W. wrII1'IiIlillll. II. II:-nsur, Il. I.l'lllIIIfl. II.
I . V. ogg-iw. S1-1'm11I rms: Il. III'l'!'IINlHllI. N. XIAIYIJIIIU. II, Ilallvlv. IQ.
wvvxa. I'. Maxllllslrllrx, J. IUIIIIHIIII. .I. Sl'IlQ1It'l'. ll. Xlmm-. I. I1-tl:-nu-r. XI. IIIIIII.
- ig n. R. Oakes. IIIIIITII row: I". I'1-sw. ll. Wuunl. NI. Nlalwn. F. Ivrry. J.
cf-ll. II. Iirnwn. ,I. IIuppuIu. II. I"zn'lm'. Il. Xlulllx. NI. Krx-xl. K. Witl:-kiml.
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Rohm-r, IC. 'Viale-lik. 5. Fmtvr, J. Cilristopilz-r, ff. Hoc-hun. R. Brewer.
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ing. NI. ffappif-Ilo. Third row: J. Troff. A. Miller. H. Iilinn, I. Crooks,
Nlalmsiwury, C. Maimsbury, D. Erwin. E. Ludato, IJ. Smith, P. Johnson
Rosen E. Pitman, E. Cvam-ttf-.
.JOHN ROLLO. JR.
0-2 First row: T. Johnson, T. Phillips. J. High-y, B. Hobbs, D. Sinclair, H.
Sim-kman. Sw-mui row: li. Mun-k, B. Lama C. Hughes, L. Cutcliinf-al. I..
Luv:-tl. l'. l.ippinvott, ll. Woodward. J. Mille-r, H. UiSanto. B. McQuigan. Third
row: K. Piinnions, J. Cavanaugh, F. Ilamc-run, li. Z1-rrvnm-r, S. Sultzbach, ll.
Q-J First row: F. Doan, J. Holt, P. Malvwivz. S1'i'liIlli row: Ii. lin-slr-y, I
Shamfr. R. Riley. J. WPavc'r. S. Dize, E. Foste-r, J. Horn. J. Krogulski, J. lem
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9-3 f Fin! row: W. Loss, D. Biglvv, J. Clawgf-s. R. Demech, K. Robvrts. Svrond
row: R, Carte-r. D. Kre-isvr. J. ll:-nnis, K. Phillips. M. Novak. J. Carr. M. Titus,
D. Svhultz. D. Ff'lSlJllI'gl, J. Sloth-rlnavk. Third row: J. Brvwer, E. Nvmfth. A.
Stout. P. L01-. J. Middlvtnn. N. Lev. N. Slack. P. Gr:-4-nlvv. F. Mc'TamnQ'y. E.
Hoffman. H. Fritz.
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8-1-First row: J. Vane:-khnvs-n, li. llre-Qilmavll. K. H:-nwr, C. Marsha
J. Mas:-jik. R. Shinklv, J. K1-hr. J. Mlzllrls. li. Pivrmn. I.. Huge-rs. Third row
. use-. T. Alllson. K.. Sinclair. f.. Llark. W. Klvpzlriln. R. l'0llHil'. lu. Iarr. l'
Capudiv. D. Codd, A. F1-Il. YV. Zuvzak.
Connvlla. L. Perry. Second row: R. Hunting. K. llaslon. Il. Dish-r, M. Latham,
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Sabolovicli, P. Solt, C. Hadley, B. Rosali, J. Marrazzo. Third row: E. Foster
Kirclihoffer, P. Peterson, J. Bailey, R. Woodward. C. Ossman.
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JUSlCl'll A. NI ATINAS
STUDENT COUNCIL lfiret row: ll. Catti, L. Connella, J. Pit-trocarlo, P. Allison, E. Foster, B.
Rolwrls. Sevond row: C. Carman, F. l'n-see. T. Trout, C. Dorsey, T. Roliner, C. Calanilios, E.
Marini, K. llc-Fazio. F. Cater, M. lfappiello, A. Stout. Third row: D. Rirli, H. Konat. A.
Klepadlo, M. Colin-n, M. Burke, M. Carfelo, C. Rodenbaugh, G. Neuman, S. Turner, S. Connor, M.
Krysa, S. llise, C. Hughes, J. llennie. ll. llurns, J. Skelton. li. Brewer. A. Faber.
Culick. Second row: M. Burke, M. Hornyak, J. McCarity, S. Smith, S. Cote. L.
M. Roberts, R. Sinclair, N. Wooley, J. Preston, M. Toth. A. Taylor. J.
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PAT FR A N K
First row: D. Sullivan, D. Cappiello. E. Kohler,
P. Keenan. C. Calamlnos. H. Hof-vlist. R Neu-
man, F. Cater, T. Rohner. J. llrun. r, T. Trout,
C. Woolley'. R. Hartsliorn. Second row: l".
Caruso. J. Fellnor, H. Arnoldi, P. Chapman.
H. l"reclerir'ks, E. Allison. F. Pesva-. H. Iiorlll,
D. Talone, N. Caum. L. Hart, J. Savage, J.
Ketaner, C. Lebegern. W. Thatcher. J. Phillips,
C. Greenwood. A. Powell, R. Ui:-triek, W.
Upper More-land MHS
Southampton . MHS
Neshaminy , MHS
East Stroudsburg HHS
Council Rovk MHS
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First row: K. Roberts, C. Carman, H. Powell, C. Galamhos
D. Habel. F. Pe-sve, B. Vanf-ekhoven. Second row: L, Wil
cox, W. Thatcher, D. Rich, J. Vaneekhoven.
Ijoafhes JOHN MOCK and RICHARD LEE
Tvam lfaplain' -CHARLES GALAMBOS
Ne-w rc-Cord holder--40 points
First row: R. Hobbs, G. Neumann, C. Dorsey, L. Hart, B. Solt and E. Marini. Second row:
N. Alderfer, M. Krysa, L. Disler. and R. Marini.
First row: G. Latham, R. Marini, C. Neumann. C. Dorsey, R. Hobbs. L. Hart, B. Solt. Second row:
G. White. E. Marini. L. Disler. D. Lodge. P. Demech, N. Alderfer.
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First row: E. Glynn, Bartrug, P. Greenlee, G. White, P. Demech, C. Latham, Cv. Wittekind,
C. Hughes. Second row: M. Neuman, K. Reiter, S. Hillman, D. Rohner, J. Saxton, L. Lovett.
Third row: K. Koreyva, D. Felsburg.
LOWER BUCKS COUNTY
Junior High School Football Champions
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First row: H. Stockham, R. Demech, J. Pietrocarlo, J. Vaneekhoven, E. Foster, B. Brewer, A. Stout
W. Hobbs, J. Solt, M. Cappiello, C. Christopher, N. Sellinger, C. Ossmen. Second row: Mr. Torok
P. Crooks, A. Miller, D. Marrazzo, C. Boehm. J. Walsh, B. Fernandes, W. Zuszak, J. Christopher
E. Nemeth, L DiCicco, Mr. Matinas, B. Davis, M. Slack.
Mrs. Howe-ll. N. Aldffrfer, C. Dorsey, ,I. Thornley.
Hrs! row: K. Bunting. C. Paxsun, K. Brite-r, Mrs. Huwvll.
ronal rnw: M. NPUIIIBIUI. K. Hartvl, H. Glynn.
First row: K. Harte-I, ,I. Kise, R. White, C. Klepadlo
P. Malmsbury. Second row: K. DeFazio, J. Drucis, R. Rich,
E. Glynn, G. Paxson.
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First row: NI. lhnrnyak, li. Solon, D. Hunt. L. N4-uman,
Sultzlnzu-h. A. 'l'uyIor. N. Wmvllvy. 5. Thorn. J. Prvston,
llnht-u. .L Flu-limi, S. ifustvr. N, Slavic. K. Straszynski,
Durne. St-vond row: M. Durkv, Y. Titus. L. CllU'iliIlPHi,
Smith. tf. YillilllNllllYV. if. 'iiuote-I. J. liailcfv, R. Svheffvr,
While-, :L Kit-putiln, M. tlrnvvs, .L Mille-r, B. Sherman,
J. Carr. Third row: H. Dish-r. C. Niahnshury, J. Krogulski
S. Sultzhavh. M. Miller, D. Foulkv, H. Bt-ll. P. Lev
M. Kane, J. Middleton. D. Rohn:-r, L. Lovett, N. Lee
Mrs. Howell. Fourth row: B. Pierson, ,L Horn, R. DiSanto
M. Novac. J. Dennis, J. Adams. F. Tarr, A. Antrnlnus
D. Smith, P. Lippincott. 5. liouitun, j. Hate-jik, K. Huston
First row: K. Harte-l. R. Bunting. H. F. liunting. A. Ames, T- LPHOX. J- KiSP. H- Rivh. B. R0gLf'rS. C. Christoplwr,
D. Nirshl. R. Hohhs, P. Nialmshury. P. fiI't't'l'lif'f'. J. Gibson, D. Hahvi. Mr. Hutvhisun.
D. Mille-r. Sf-cond row: R. il:-Ive-Simi, D. Harm-s. R. Arrws,
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First row: Nlrs. Hawkins. S. Hillman. R. llouhoulis,
QL. White-. R. lluhhs. R. Marini, C. Latham. R. Kina-l,
U. Nirshl. lf. l'll1'm'k. Mrs. llrunnvr. Se-cond row: N. Green-
lrv, K, IM-fiizin, N. Cowvll, ll. Taylor. K. Wlittvkind
ll. Kane-. l'. Dciiirch, R. Done-lson, C. North, C. Hadley
F. Nlurini. R. Anies. Third row: J- Ki?-6, D- TPYFY.
Fir:-t row: ll. .-'liiilr-rsoii, M. Rolwrti. R. Svhuniann. R. Dreis-
lmavli. R. llvluy. M. Phillips, C. Marshall. R. Stn-hi-l,
ll. llntti-rwortli. T. Bigloy. K. HQ-nsor, L. Shaner. Miss
Watkins. Svvnnd row: K. Hludzinski, J. Hunt, E. Tootcl
N. ln-, H. Hrahchak. C. Taylor. J. Kirchhoffer, S. Foster,
l.. Nvuman. J. Sk:-lton. P. lm-. ll. l.ane'. R. Ramano. Third
C. Maurer. N. Aldf-rfi-r, M. Ne-nmann. R. llunting, A. Kla-
padlo, S. Rartrug. G. Wittvkind, R. VU:-ml, C. lloffhni
D. Cahlv. Fourth ww: B. Sult, F. Nlavl.ar:-n, l.. Hart
C. Ames, M. Witlvkind, J. Svligivr, M. Krysa, C. Roden
haugh, li. Stein.
row: C. Hughes. D. Nirshl. ll. Kraisf-r, ll. lllyh-r, C. Cowell
J. Rogers, W. T1-ttf-ine-r, A. Mattis, R. Harding. J. Nliddlv-
ton, D. Slack, D. Schultz. Fourth row: R. Ure-1-nla-4-, ll.
Rosati. D. Causvy, R. Emiliv, Pif'trm'arlu. L. lliffivvo
N. Sellingf-r, J. Patterson, W. Wainslm-y, J. Vane-z-khovvn
A. George, D. Frye.
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First row: W. Janws, R.
Van:-1-khoven, W. Thatch-
f-r. J. Fvllnor. R. Brooks,
Mr. Caum. Sc-cond rowlz
IJ. Barnvs. ll. He-ath, D.
llabel, R. Hartshom, J.
Kvlaner, C. Le-lxegern.
Third row: F. Carman, J.
Paccilto, ll. Arnoldi, A.
Faber, R. Landis, T.
JUNIOR LIBRARY CLUB
First row: R. Emmons. H. Davis, M. Slack, J.
Allison. Mr. Havkr-r. Svvond row: R. llart, R.
Butterworth, E. Apple-gate.
First row: C. lflawgxvs, W.
Wickham, R. Ficarotta, F.
Caruso. C. L1-ming. Miss
Watkins Sn-cond row: T.
Lenox, P. Chapman, N.
Nlarrazzo, W. Rogers, R.
First row: D. Sullivan. G. Wonlln-y. Nlr.
SLlllllt'I'. Sm-vmlnl ww: ll. liappicllo. ff. Huglw,
ll. Sllllll. lf. Xllisuxx. Third row: L. Ha
Gull-r. P. K:-L-nan.
l'll'Sl row: K.. ON-nmn. J.
Xlarruzm. R. Stun-ln-l. ll
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Loss. II. lfox. II. Klingle-r
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Mail'-Iiiivr. S1-4-onmi row: If
Sl'ilWlll'IL. ll. Hain-l. .I
RUQLCIN. K. Rohvrts. R
Re-ilzlv, R. Sullivan. K
M:-im-rg. W. Long. B. Ros
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drvmlge-. Il. Te-ttviiivr. R
Kvupm-r. C. Iiruciy. A. Mat
tis. H. Paxson. II. Fryv
First row: ff. Marshall. R.
Bloor, E. Ge-anvttf-, R.
Bunting. Mr. Contar. Sev-
Omi row: J. Slotterhevk.
J. Brf-wer, II. Wanislvy. II.
First row: D. Marrazzo, T.
Johnson, R. Demech, J.
Rigby, P. Male-wciz, T.
Phillips. R. Houser. Mr.
Matinas. Second row: B.
Mclluigan. Nl. Cappie-llo.
A. Milli-r, J. Walsh. R.
flartvr, R. xlllI1'k- Il.
Bri-lsford. Third row: A.
Stout. E. NPHIPIII. C. Niv-
Taiinnlie-y. E. Hoffmann.
J. liavanaugli. W. Zvrrvn-
Fire! row: R. xlvfgllllll. YV.
Uavis. N. I"mI4'l'. Nl. Rosso,
.l. llllkv. St'l'l3llli row: J.
Lnwvll. Nl. Ruth. Hr.
l'll45I row: Nl. Mason. R.
Hwlvlw. ll. Whitv. K. Mat-
Iis. K. Nlarini. ll. Latluxm.
If. Nl. I-Ilcuvk. R. Heros.
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row: N. linwvll. U. Taylor,
lf. Nlurini. K. Witlvkind.
KL. With-kind. l'. Shaltu,
S. l,I'l'W!1lll. Fllllfth rmmi
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llarlrllgz. Nl. Krysa. K.
Kon-yva. L. Hart. ll. Nvu-
Fir4t row: T. Tanzilln, H.
I'0-tvr. D. Hf'1'k1't, f..
Hugh:-s, P. f2N'1'Illl'1', I.
Sharpham. li. Fritz. B
P4-trick. Sevonrl row: M
llownarml. R. Ililliw-0. l..
Arlaxns. T. Tanzillo, R.
XIa1'N1'il. V. Sloslularil. 5
llizv. Third row: S. flulv.
Full. D. Slavk. M. Ur--
l'az1o. IJ. l'e-lslmrgx. Mus
First row: R. Hensor. F. Terry, G. Greenwood, F. Pesce and Mrs. Brunner. Second row: D. Phillips,
J. Savage, H. Codd, C. Carman and A. Powell. Third row: S. Matejik, N. Caum, R. Oakes, H.
Factor and R. Dietrick.
By the ENGLISH CLASS
This is the year 1963 . . .
The famed New York reporter, Pat Demech, is touring the United States to seek
the whereabouts of her classmates of 1953.
While in New York she visited the Stork Club, now owned by Richard Neuman.
The name band was none other than Russ Helvestonis "Stardusters,,, starring June
Thornley as vocalist. Taking pictures at the night club was ace photographer, Tom
Trout, also from the New York paper. This accounted for four of her classmates. The
job was to find the others.
Next stop was the TV show starring the famous comedian, Jerry Bruner, alias
Red Buttons. Also on the program was Hal Crooks and his "Singing Guitarf, How-
ever, on the way to the show she witnessed an automobile accident. Her reporter's
instinct led her to the hospital. lnquiring at the desk she found, to her surprise, that
Gail Maurer was the medical secretary. While the loudspeaker announced . . . "Calling
Dr. Rohner ..., Calling Dr. Rohnerf' Loretta Hart, head nurse, told the details of
the accident case.
Returning by train to her home town, Morrisville, Pennsylvania. she picked up a
fashion magazine and saw that Phyllis Smith, well known Conover model. was
modeling the clothes designed by Catherine Ames, famous fashion designer. James
Duke was one of the conductors on the train.
Arriving in Morrisville, Pat went directly to the steel mill where she found Fran
Dueman working as private secretary to Benjamin Fairless. Working with Fran is
Betty Erwin, Carolyn DiSanto, Marilyn Hamilton. Rose Marini and Dot Miller. Ed
Hayash is a chemical engineer at the steel plant.
On Bridge Street was a new red building with a green sign reading "Cappiello and
Sullivan, Constructionf' They have built many new homes in Morrisville. Working
with them is Larry Wilcox.
Several of her classmates are working in Trenton. Howard Hoechst is one of the top
men at Roeblings. His private secretary is Becky Beres. Richard Mershon owns and
operates a prosperous dairy business, 6'Mershon's Magnificent Milk Company." Direct-
ing traffic at the corner was Bill Davis, now Chief of Police.
The next stop was Morrisville High School. Pat Shatto was working in the office.
Mary Wittekind and Arlene Klepadlo are teachers in the elementary department. Dick
Landis is athletic coach at M.H.S.
Bob Hartshorn has his own frozen food store in Yardley. Bond Motors has a new
owner, Charles Hall. Kathryn Mattis is his private secretary.
Next on the agenda was a plane trip to California where many of her classmates
have settled. The pilot of the plane was Frank Cater. Jeanette Russell, who helped make
our trip a success, was the stewardess. She gave the reporter a book of poems written
by the famed authoress, Ellen Conner. ln California she visited one of her old friends.
Carol Dorsey, who works in the office of M.C.M. studios. Her TV set was being
repaired by Hugh Arnoldi, who has his own repair business. Working with Carol is
Ella Mae Elcock, known for her ability as a hairdresser. She had just returned from
a trip abroad.
The athletic news of the day was that Eddie Kohler is still playing professional
football while Charles Galambos has set a new basketball record in the U. S.. and
was selected on the last four All-American teams.
In California Pat also found Jackie Drucis, one of the studio's singing instructors.
and Nancy Alderfer, who conducts a well-known Hollywood school for music students.
One of the most prominent business women in Los Angeles is Betty Kane. Her
secretary and traveling companion is Ruth Donelson. Ned Greenlee is a professor of
math at U.C.L.A. The librarian of the college is Grace White. Working as a com-
mercial artist in San Francisco is George Woolley and Alice Fordham assists hiln in
his work. A new singing discovery is Frank Carmon. who was a white collar worker
befofe he entered the music profession.
On the way home Pat stopped in Chicago. She found Shirley Preston employed hy
one of our leading lawyers. Frank Macl.aren. And the last person Pat saw was David
Richardson, now a mortieian.
The roving reporter has finally found all of her classmates. They have done xery
well for themselves.
We hope that you have enjoyed our tour through the United States locating our
First row: lf. Elm-ook. N. Alflcrfer. L. Hart, C. Dorsey. P. IJCINBCII. SCCUKIII row: K.
Wiltvkixmcl. J. Moore. C. Hodenlmaugh. B. Solt. K. DPFazio.
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First row: S. Foster. A. Klepadlo. C. Hughes. J. Skelton. N. Sluvk. Se-vmul nm
Middleton. D. Hohner. E. Tarr, M. Ilelrazio.
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We offer our sincere thanks to the following for their invaluable aid in
the production of our yearbook!
THE SARONY STUDIO
THE TAYLOR YEARBOOK COMPANY
THE HIGH SCHOOL CAMERA CLUB
Special appreciation is due Charles Lebergern and William Vaneekhoven
of the class of 1954 and Jason Taylor of the class of 1957 for the hours
they spent in the school's dark room.
An eight page supplement will be mailed to each subscriber late this
summer. It will include pictures of all activities held too late to make the
spring deadline for the original printing.
Please remove the paper from the glued strip on the supplement and add
it to your yearbook as a lasting memento of our Senior Year.
THE CLASS of 1953
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis T. Har?
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Thornley
Mr. and Mrs. A. Maurer
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Donelson, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Pafrick Demech
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Drucis
Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Landis
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hall
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph ShaHo
Mr. and Mrs. David Arnoldi
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Safer
Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Elcoclr
Mrs. Mary R. Fordham
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Alderfer
Mr. and Mrs. S. Beres
Mr. and Mrs. L. Misero
Mr. and Mrs. Walfer S. Hoechsi'
Mr. and Mrs Thomas Hamil+on
Mr. and Mrs. J. DiSan+o
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Russell
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smirh
Mr. and Mrs. George F. Kane
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Ames
Mr. and Mrs James A. Dorsey
Mr. and Mrs Harold W. Crooks
Mr. and Mrs Henry Troui'
Mr. and Mrs Thomas J. Rohner
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel N. Connor
Mr. and Mrs Alfred P. Neuman
Phyllis and Jimmy
Norm and Ellen
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Presfon
Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Hayash
Chief of Police John S. Davis
Your new neighbors, +he members of +he managemenf or
ganizafion of Fairless Works, Uniied SI'aI'es SI'eeI Company
ex en fheir hear'ies+ congraiulafions and besi' wishes I'o fhe
l953 SENIOR CLASS
of MORRISVILLE HIGH SCHOOL.
Persons inferesied in empioymeni' ai' Fairless Works should
a I eiI'h ' ' ' '
ppy er in person or in wrlhng 'ro Mr. R. M. Lewis, Gen-
eral Supervisor Personnel af PersonneI Bureau.
JOHN J. VEN DER
308 Hillcresf Avenue
Warm Air and Boiler-
24-Hour Burner Service
Domesfic and Indusfrial
CONSUMERS OIL CORPORATION
85I SOUTH WARREN STREET TRENTON. N. J
BOND MOTORS, INC.
NEW and USED CAR SALES
COMPLETE SERVICE and PARTS DEPARTMENT
OFFICIAL STATE INSPECTION
GULF GASOLINE PRODUCTS
607 SouI'I'1 Pennsylvania Avenue
ART METAL STEEL FURNITURE
Pos'I' Index Visible Equipmenf
Leopold Execufive Office Furnifure
Gunloclce Wood and Upholsfered Chairs
Harfer Posfure Chairs and
Office Safes and Vaulf Doors
Filing Supplies-Commercial Sfafionery
PALMER TROUT 81 CO.
I040 SOUTH CLINTON AVE., TRENTON. N. J
Dr. John R. WiH'elcind
Dr. Theodore A. Hansen
Dr. James M. Klenk
Dr. Roberl' A. Gould
Dr. Theodore R. Cohen
Dr. Thaddeus B. Fowler
Dr. Samuel L. Segal
Dr. Milfon Can+er
Dr. Gilberl' lsserman
Congratulations to the "Robert Morris l953
THE BAND BOOSTERS
MORRISVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
A Well-Equipped High School Band
Helps to Develop
The Citizens ot Tomorrow
Meetings: Third Tuesday ot Each School Month
Bringing into closer relation the home
and the school that parents and teach-
ers may cooperatively secure tor
every child the highest advantages in
physical, mental, social and spiritual
"Membership is a Privilege"
THE MORRISVILLE BANK
PHILIP S. SLACK and COMPANY
Charles M. Fox, Jr.
er Avenue Trenfon 9 N J
CHARLES GALAMBOS and SON
Ph 3 64 Morrisville, Pa.
KING FARMS CO.
ROOFING AND SHEET METAL CONTRACTORS
Residenfial 8: Indusfrial Sheef Mefal Work
Mefal 81 Composifion Roofing
Office and Shop
82I CEDAR STREET
Phone: Brisfol 2422
COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND
ALLEN 81 HURLEY
RADIO .... TELEVISION .... PARTS
23 Sou+h Warren S+ree+
Trenfon I0, N. J.
vlsir OUR DAIRY and FROZEN Foon STORE
"Every+hing Thai' Coun+s in Dairy Produc+s"
REGULAR HOME MILK DELIVERIES BETWEEN PHILA. AND TRENTON
Lincoln Highway Langhorne, Pa.
ROBERTSON MANUFACTURING COMPANY
Phone: Office 73 I 3
BUCKS COUNTY FARMS DAIRIES
Samuel Boone, Prop.
Pasfeurized Mill: and Cream
TALONE'S GULF SERVICE STATION
nu wesr BRIDGE STREET
William I. Murphy
4I Wesi' Tren+on Avenue
Morrisville Phone 7922
Greenlee fr Son
Excava+ing and Grading
64 HARRISON AVE. MORRISVILE. PA
CENTRE FRUIT MARKET
350 Cenire Sireei' Trenfon, N. J
QUALITY FRUIT and PRODUCE
Frozen Foods Groceries
Owned and Opera+ed by +I1e Marrazzo Bros.
FRUIT BASKETS OUR SPECIALTY
AMICO SAND and GRAVEL CO.
KANE'S Sc TO 51.00 STORE
MorrisviIIe's Junior Depf. Sfore
FOR THE BEST SHOP AT SUE'S BABYLAND
GRIM, CADWALLADER and DARLINGTON
Clover Leaf Dairy
Phone 5787 Jack Nafhan
JACK'S MEN'S SHOPG
32 Easi Bridge S+., Morrisville, Pa.
Nafionally Aclveriisecl Brands
WORK and DRESS SHOES
24 HOUR TOWING SERVICE
GENERAL AUTO REPAIRS
DAY and NIGHT SERVICE
Wrighl' and Hall Ave.
WM. H. FULPER, Inc.
Indusfrial and Commercial
Dis+inc1'ive fown ancl coun+ry
homes in hisioric Mercer ancl
300 WEST STATE STREET
TRENTON. N. J.
TRENTON JUNIOR COLLEGE
Supporfed in Pari by 'Ihe Ciiy of Trenlon
and Ihe Sfafe of New Jersey.
Offers Accredi+ed College Transfer
and Terminal Courses during Ihe
Day and Evening in
"AH'end College and live ai'
Cafalogs Available Upon Requesi'
For Acldilional Informafion Call 5-34I4
Or WriI'e To
TRENTON JUNIOR COLLEGE
Wesl' Sfafe and Willow Sis.. Trenion 8. N.J.
DUMP TRUCK SERVICE
6I8 SouI'h Pennsylvania Ave.
ll5 E. Bridge S+.
Coal Oil Burner Service Fuel Oil
PENN-JERSEY COAL COMPANY
Chambers Sl'ree'r al Delmorr Avenue
Morrisville Phone 7955 Trenlon Phone 74-7955
Penn Valley Constructors, lnc.
20 Norlh Pennsylvania Avenue
24 WEST BRIDGE STREET MORRISVILLE. PA.
THE GREAT AMERICAN TEA CO.
Qualify Merchandise Since l856
I04 So. Penna. Ave.
Foirless Motors Company
IO6 W. Bridge S+. Phone 2837
J. S. FOOSE
Self Service Markei'
353 W. Bridge S+. Phone 5597-9887
coMPuMeNTs or 0 l lik l
WHITE TAVERN l Y
RESTAURANT E Sl-'Up l
su N. OLDEN Ave. R 4 We W ff
TRENTON 4 "
s Tas EAST Hmovsn STREET
TRENTON, N. J.
King Supply Co.
W B U D
Serving Trenfon anal Morrisville
Presenls i+s Complimenls fo
MORRISVILLE CLEANERS AND DYERS
Down'rown S+ore-Bridge and Penna. Ave.
CasI1 and Carry Sfore-4IO So. Penna. Ave.
Plan?-408 So. Penna. Ave.
HEATING, VENTILATING, AIR CONDITIONING
GENERAL SHEET METAL WORK
GUTTERS, LEADERS and ROOFING
MORRISVILLE ESSO STATION
JOE DAVIS DON GREENLEE
I06 Eas'r Tren+on Ave.
Joint Toll Bridge Commission
OPERATING me NEW MoRRlsvu.LE-TRENTON BRIDGE
STEEl.'S FLORAL Complimenfs of
Flowers by S+eel Will Always POST 6l76
Appea' VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS
727 Soufh Broad Sl'ree+
Trenlon, N. J.
and DYERS C H
NO SERVICE TOO LITTLE a
OR TOO me OSCAR'S FROZEN FOOD
I5E.B'd S+. M "ll,P.
l'l 78560l'l'lSVl e a
Leaders in Cleaning and Dyeing For Home Delivery
Specializing in Uniforms A COMPLETE LINE of
. . . . FROZEN FOODS and
Flrsf in Quick Service PET FOODS
Efficienl' Delivery Service Phone: Bris+ol 4775
and Largesl' Cleaners
Body, Fender and Painfing Service
Aurhorized Pennsylvania Slale
James Aversano, Prop. Phone 5367
4 vxfrz' .-.':b.xfL 9
E' "4" XY I2
64 W 'W
Friend SANFORD-DILET'I'O Posr
222 Easl' Bridge S+ree+ Morrisville' Pa,
AI' Lower Bridge Approach Phone Morrisville 7I84
Official lnspecfion S'l'a+ion 8499
THE PENNSBURY DEVELOPMENT CO.
TrenI'on's Only Mulual Savings Bank
THE TRENTON SAVING FUND SOCIETY
l23-l25 Easl' Slale Sfreel'
Member Federal Deposif Insurance Corporaiion
Bell Phone 7534
THE WM. G. HOWELL 81 SON
Real Esfale and Insurance
P. O. Box 209 Morrisville, Pa.
Courses in Accounlancy, Journalism
Secre+arial Science, Social Secrefarial
Commercial Teaching, Finance
B. S. and A. A. Degrees
Calalogue Free on Requesf
Founded I865 Trenlon, N. J
Phones: Day, 74-3l96: Nighl, 557I
MIKE'S AUTO SERVICE
Tune-up - lgnilion Specialisl
Wrecker and Towing Service
Penna. Official Inspeclion Sla. No. 8458
III-I I3 W. Bridge S+., Morrisville, Pa.
Men's Wear Boys' Wear
JOHN B. TETTEMER
Work Clolhes--Camping Supplies FUEL OIL
Army and Navy Supplies Hulmevmel Pa.
I27 N. Broad S+.
Phone 2-7049 Trenfon, N. J. PIWOTIS 6492
MORRISVILLE FLOWER GARDENS
D. Conlurso 8: Son
Flowers For All Occasions
509 W. Bridge S+. Morrisville, Pa.
DOROTHY LEE FLOWER SHOP
Mrs. Eva R. Blake, Presidenl
602 W. Slale Sl., Trenlon, N. J.
Phone 2-5I I6
HUNT'S STATIONERY and
I8 Easf Bridge Slreel
PURCELL'S SHOE STORE
I2 Sou+h Warren S+.
TI'enI'on, N. J.
Specializing in Good Qualify Shoes
Fancy Meals, Produce and
I7 W. Hendrickson Ave.
Greaf Dane and Boxer Puppies
Dogs Boarded-Hea+ed Kennels
Individual Oufsicle Runs
Full Line of Dog Food and Meal'
Reading Avenue Yardley, Pa.
Phone 275 I
CAMPBELL'S GULF SERVICE
III E. Trenfon Ave.
The S+ore +he Docfor
CAPITOL VIEW BARBER SHOP
50I Norlh Pennsylvania Ave.
Corner Hendrickson Ave.
GRADUATES OF BARBER SCIENCE
Joe's Shoe Shop
54 E. Bridge S+.
UNITED CUT RATE STORE
29 E. Bridge Slreel'
Levinson Bros., Props.
CHARLES F. PROVOST
432 Sfockham Ave.
Mefropoliian Life Insurance Company
Free Delivery Yardley 2703
BRIDGE AUTO BODY 81 REPAIRS
Sieve Barkasy, Prop.
5I9 Bridge S+. TrenI'on. N. J.
"In nofhing do men more nearly
approach fhe gods Ihan in giv-
ing healih +o men." -Cicero
JOHN M. BURNS
Class of '28
PENN DECORATING COMPANY
Decorafors of Fine China
HAND PAINTED GIFTS
I02 Soufh Pennsylvania Ave.
Clarence Alderfer, Owner Phone 5644
Misses and Junior Apparel
69 Nor'Ih Pennsylvania Ave.
Pennsylvania New Jersey
"SI'a'I'e Supervised" Chicks
Officially Blood Tesied
5I8 Crown S+ree+
E. Bridge S+. and Delmorr Ave.
Phone J. ALLEN HOOPER
Morrisville 3286 FUNERAL CHAPEL
JOHN J. RESO
FINE WATCH REPAIRING
II E. Bridge, Opp. The Bank Morrisville, Pa.
45 N. Penna Ave. Morrisville, Penne
Licensed in New Jersey
PHONE MORRISVILE 74-7725
Save 20'Z, on A+hIeIic Equipmenf
CAPITAL SPORTING GOODS
5I7 Norfh Olden Ave. Tren+on 9. N. J.
E. P. BISHOP COMPANY
Represenfing Par+icipa'Iing Companies
Fire. Auio, Workmen's Compensaiion,
LiabiIi'I'y, Bonds and Healfh 8: Accident
Phone Trenfon 3-4339 Yardley 3445
"Ham,-non+on Park Clofhey' Television Radios Ranges Washers
Arrow and Van Heusen Refrigerarors Lighfing Fixfures
S. Broad and Faciory Sis., Trenion
"EveryI'hing Elecirical for Ihe Home"
WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL
4I6 S. Pennsylvania Avenue
Morrisville 747 I
TOMLINSON'S VARIETY SHOP
of 57 No. Pennsylvania Ave.
MORRISVILLE DELICATESSEN HOUSEWARES-TOYS
I8 E B'-,d S+ SCHOOL SUPPLIES
' ' ge ' Phone 2306
Oven Bake Shop
I2I N. BroacI Sf.
Trenfon, N. J.
ALWAYS GOOD TO EAT
66 N. Penna. Ave.
BURNS APPLIANCE STORE
7-9-II N. Monfgomery SI.
Tren'I'on, N. J.
830 Soufh Pennsylvania Ave.
343 Wes+ Bridge SI.
OPEN SUNDAY-CLOSED MONDAY
From The Managemeni' Of The
We Serve Wholesome Food
OPEN THE YEAR ROUND
B"Id9e S+- Morrisville. Pa.
MORRISVILLE BOWLING ALLEYS
THE SENIOR CHEERLEADERS
Lorelia Jo Hari Carol Ann Rodenbaugh
Ella Mae Elcoclc Bunny Sol'l'
FRANK HOFFMAN- PVOP- Nancy Lou Alderfer Kay Defazio
Carol Ann Dorsey Karen WiH'elcind
Phone 98I7 Pai Demech Janice Moore
So. Delmorr and Chambers S+.
MARY H. MAC LAREN
Class of I929
WALTER H. SCHULTZ
I6-20 Passaic S+ree+
Trenion. 8 N. J.
Where Service Has Sold Thousands
Waller H. Schullz Phone 6I54l
ROSS REALTY CORPORATION
Owners and Developers of
525 Hamil+on Blvd.
SNYDER'S SPORT CENTER
l07-IO9 Perry Slreel
Trenlon, N. J.
STACY'S 5c +o SI.00 STORE
STAR RUG YARN
Clover Leaf Nylon
Dawn KniHing Worsfed
J. P. Coafes,
CENTRAL QUALITY MARKET
Qualify Mea+s and Provisions
Wholesale and Refail
Also . . . Self-Service Groceries
I7 Easl' Bridge S+., Morrisville, Pa.
Opposife Bank Phone 3309
Room Air Condirioners
L 81 G ELECTRIC CO.
35 E. Bridge S+.
CAPITOL VIEW DELICATESSEN
Supplee Sealfesf Ice Cream
Open l0:00 A.M. 'l'0 I0:00 P.M.
Daily and Sunday
449 N. PENNSYLVANIA AVE.
O'BOYLE'S ICE CREAM
Bris+ol Pike 8: Green Lane
ROBERT MORRIS HOTEL
Cockiail Lounge and Dining Room
Rooms by Day or Week
Prompi' and Courreous Service
50-52 E. Bridge S+. Morrisville, Pa.
HUNT PRINTING COMPANY
Raised LeHer Wedding
2I Chambers Sfreef
I3I6 Walnui Sfreel'
HARRY'S SUPPLY CO.. INC.
Everyfhing for Ihe Tavern
"USE OUR COMPLETE RENTAL SERVICE
326 S. Broad Sfreei' Trenion 9, N. J
The Friendly Place To Shop
Easl' Bridge S+. Morrisville. Pa. Dupom-PNN and Lambed,-SOHO
Opposiie The Bank Wallpapers
Phone 3450. i SchuI'I'z and Imperial
Open Monday and Friday Evenings 53 N. Penne. Ave. Phone 3093
All Kinds of Candy
956 S. Broad S+. Trenton, N.
BAR and GRILL
2 Soufh Delmorr Ave.
FRED W. GREENLEE
Landscape Service and Planf
508 Sfoclxham Ave. Morrisville, Pa.
Telephone 74-38 I 8
JAKES DOGGIE HOUSE
Burks Charcoal Dogs
2 S. Delmorr Ave.
S. Penna. Ave.
The Makefield Co. Realtors
82 NORTH PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE
' Morrisville, Pa.
DlCK'S HOBBY SHOP
243 Sfoclzham Ave. Morrisville,
A Complele Line Of
Trains, Planes, Boals
ALEXANDER RUBBER CO.. INC.
20 Easl' Fronl Slreel'
Trenlon 8, N. J.
Rubber Flooring-A Specially
When ln Trenlon Phone 6-8580
24 Hours Service Anywhere-Anylime
E. Hanover 8: Warren Sf.
lOpposile Lincoln Thealrel
Trenion, N. J.
COl'lEN'S TUXEDO PARLOR
Dress Sui+s for All Occasions
- To Hire -
Palace Thealer Bulicling
Represenlecl by Bruccoleri Bros.
I85 S. Broad S+. Trenlon, N. J.
I350 Chambers S+.
Trenlon, N. J.
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CAROLYN C. RUTH E. CAROL ANN JACQUELINE A. FRANZISKA R
DISANTO DONELSON DORSEY DRUCIS DUEMAN
MORRISVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
JAMES F. ELLA MAE ELIZABETH MARIAN ALICE CHARLES S,
DUKE ELCOCK ERWIN EORDHAM CALAMBOS
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LORETTA JO ROBERT W. EDWARD F. RUSSELL H. HOWARD F.
HART HARTSHORN HAYASH HELVESTON HOECHST
ELIZABETH KANE ARLENE HELEN EDWARD W. RICHARD S. FRANK HAZEN
KLEPADLO KOHLER LANDIS, JR. MACLAREN
ROSINA MARINI KATHRYN H. GAIL D. RICHARD HAROLD DOROTHY MILLE
MATTIS MANRER MERSHON
RICHARD C. A. SHIRLEY WM. DAVID THOMAS J. .IEANETTE
NEUMAN PRESTON RICHARDSON ROIINER RUSSELL
PATRICIA A. PHYLLIS E. DENNIS J. JUNE PHYLLIS
SHATTO SMITH SULLIVAN THORNLEY
THOMAS R. LORETTA GRACE LAWRENCE MARY ELIZABETH GEORGE WOOLLEY
TROUT WHITE WILCOX WITTEKIND
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IEADQUARTERS-Roger Smith Hotel
IHAPERONES-E. Leonard Caum
Mrs. Dorothy Keller
Miss Dorothy Gish
J. Wilber Sauder
James E. Wood
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I The Senior Prom
The "Cheerlovelies" Shoot It Up "We Raise Our Voicesl'
Football Minstrel Faculty Quartet
A Truck Full Of Prizes
Annual Patrol Outing To Willoxv Grove
A Real Live Mermaid
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ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT AWARDS
American Legion Auxiliary
Band Boosters' Association
Morrisville Womans, Club
J. Leslie White
J. Leslie White
Morrisville Rotary Club
Veterans of Foreign Wars
Patriotic Order of Americans
Patriotic Order of Americans
Morrisville Teachers, Association
Union Fire Company Auxiliary
Union Fire Company
Morisville Junior Womens, Club
Problems of Democracy
Interest in Current Affairs
Ella Mae Elcock
ALMA MAT ER
To thee, Morrisville High School,
we raise our voices,
and to 'thine altars our praises we bring.
Thine be the glory,
ours be the valor-
with honor, truth and loyalty may thy halls ever ring.
Thine be the honor,
ours be the service,
true, Alma Mater, builder, may we be to thee.
This summer supplement is unique in that it is our first try at
bringing to the underclassmen a complete story of our senior year-
from beginning to end-from September to June.
Our original plans called for an eight page addition to our year-
book. The plans were changed, however, and we are proud to present
this sixteen page supplement.
We hope that it will become an important part of your book and
we know that it will always be cherished by our classmates as a
constant reminder of the 'cbest days of our lives."
With Best Wishes,
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