Nether Providence High School - Non Pareil Yearbook (Wallingford, PA)

 - Class of 1945

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CHARLOTTE BERGER ALBERT E. CONWAY JOAN FISHER , 4 WALTSIE D. BISHOP STANLEY A. BOORSE MERALDA ISABEL BRENNAN EUGENIA DAVIS MARION DEYSHER JOHN F. ECHTERNACH MARGARET M. FORD CATHERINE L. GRAY PARK A, HESS fx 0- ,,,. 'Qi' 45 vs, Wh I GILBERT L KLINE EDITH LINCOLN LEONARD ANNE B LUNDAHL SOPHIE A MARTIN MABEL OXFORD IALRA A REED ALATHEIA E REESE PATRICIA SELIG MARY A SNYDER FRANCIS H SPICKLER MYRTLE WANDLESS ALICE M WENGER ELEANOR WILKINSON PAYG R WILSON Nanagsng Edltor Assoclate Editor Assustants Staff Photographers Business Manager Assistant Advertlslng Manager Assistants Chnet Typist Asslstants Dlstrlbutlon Faculty Advlsor Pf lPhtg Juannta Kelley Jackie Ruedlger Alma Beale Honey Hays Helen Montgomery Bennie Morton B sy Rafe Ella Shultz aul Nevells Archie Munce AndrewK MacBeth 46 L Janney Stabler 44 Nancy Pardee Jeanne Hlldrop Kaylee Raffel Bernlece Ward Florence Bentley Bennie Morton Helen Redmlle Joan Logan Bernlece Ward Dot Strickland Peggy Tracey Marlon Slsk Wunnle Wagner Dorothea Koutrakls Dorothea Everett Mary Jane Crothers Florence Bentley Mildred Davis Polly Olson Bobble Jarden Anne Stewart Dora Ruce Eduth Lincoln Leonard p by Th t P d x D . .....,............. 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PatFarnan I I I I I I I I I . . l ................ , . , I roessiona oora hs eMerinSudio of hilu elphia SEATED Mildred Davis, Bennie Morton, Jackie Ruediger, Juanita Kelley, Nancy Pardee, Sara Brown FRONT ROW, STANDING Dorothea Everett, Peggy Tracey, Winnie Wagner, Mary Jane Crothers, Helen Montgomery, Helen Redmile, Dot Strickland, Dot Koutrakis, Florence Bentley, Alma Beale, Honey Hays, Bobbie Jarden THIRD ROW Marion Sisk, Pat Farnan, Ella Shultz, Berniece Ward, Archie Munce, Paul Nevells, Miss Edith Lincoln Leonard, Anne Stewart, Joan Logon, Betsy Rite, Polly Olson CLASS OFFICERS Harry Forbes Presldent Llly Hays Vlce Presndent Ella Mae Shultz Secreiary Barbara Jarden Treasurer HONOR ROLL I lph betc I or ROBERT BUZBY EDWARD HUSS HELEN MONTGOMERY BENNIE MORTON BETSY RIFE FLORENCE M BEALE Wallingford Academic Flighty sharp answers all for the team ever ready com position piercing eyes independent precise a touch of sophistication nothing succeeds like success favors the Eng: neers Assembly I II Dramatics I Game Club I Yearbook Ill Press Club III Varsity Hockey III Basketball ll FLORENCE L BENTLEY Garden City Commercial Loathes bitter chocolate printer s ambition olly full of fun A I in shorthand l2O bowler happy go lucky air great intentions of IOIFIIYIQ W A F S Air Corps fan a game of ping pong? Yessirree Girl Reserves I Artl II Dancmg I II Office Practice III Yearbook Ill Libraryl SARA ELLA BROWN Brookhaven Academic Can t stay still. . . spends all her spare time with Donald gum fiend . . . piano player . . . Brookhaven tarmer. lots ot fun . . . walks with a ditterent swing Chorus I- Basketball I III' Red Cross II III ROBERT YOUNG BUZBY Wallingford Academic Literary "Early Bird" . . . human question box . . . bow ties . . . quick- silver humor. . . never runs down . . . lives on sweets. . . saves wear and tear on muscles by having two sets of school books-one set at home, and one set at school B. A. C. II, III, Hi-Y I, III, Football I, II, III, Basketball I, II, III, Radio Il N-sr MARY JANE CROTHERS Upland Commercial Blonde prankster Murph 'IOOA for Rehoboth Beach strictly Navy excitable frank suits galore Red Crossl ll Ill Cheerleadmgl Yearbook Ill JOHN P DAMON Wallingford Academic Satan s only competition friends from A to Z ex wooden soldier agreeable dreams of Queenle with the light brown hair bows to the wolf call Band III Sr Chorus Ill MILDRED S DAVIS Garden City Commercial ous of IOII'1II'1g WAVES likes roller skating talkative Red Cross I II Girl Reserves I Dancing I II Art Il Yearbook III AMY FAYE DICKENS Wallingford Academic Modest leweler swimming fiend prefers redheads lip stick finally dignified haunts the library Chorusl ll lll .lewelryl O . . , 2 ' 2 , . . . . F . Senior class "short " . . . attached to the office . . . Nav fan . . .desir- Y , z ' 2 ' , s 2 , .. . . . . I I 7 DOROTHEA EVERETT Parkslde Commercial Blonde great eater always thunklng of Matt good natured always laughing movie fiend a Shooster booster Party and Guftl Red Cross II III Yearbook III PATRICIA JEAN FARNAN Media Commercial Popular redhead easy to get along with full of mischief active In all sports unofficial typnst for many organizations basketball fiend Oh' Francis There s something about the Navy has a Junior Hugh Shadow' Commercial Club I Varsity Basketball II III Varslty Hockey II III Student Council II III Press Club I II III Sensor Class Fmance Officer III Yearbook III HARRY M FORBES JR Chester Academic Walkmg haberdasher whistles while he works temperamental champ on athletic field plaid shoelaces Aeronautlcs I Aviation I Intramural Sports I Boys Athletic Council II Basketball and Baseball Il Varsuty Club III Sensor Chorus III Football Basketball Baseball III Class President LILY H HAYS Heatherwold Academic Million dollar smile especially for one short tunlcs success ful hard working athlete enormous pocketbooks cheer leading captain Llly of the Valley Vlce President of class starry eyed personality gurl Chorusl II III GAA II III Dramatlcsll Assemblyl Cheerlead mg II III Yearbook III Basketball II III Varsity Hockey III ' 2 2 2 . , . . 7 . I 7 . 2 2 ' 2 2 2 2 2 ' 2 . , . ... class president. . . we're iustwilcl about Harry . . . physics- UGH! I l I . 7 I . 7 . 2 2 2 2 ' Il, Ill , . . . . . . I I I ' ' ' I I . I I ' ' 2 2 2 2 2 ' JEANIE MURRAY HILDROP Garden Cnty Academrc Consclentlous a morale bullder refugee from the Smokey Cnty fine slnglng voice Student Council President Jeanne wlth the light brown halr English born but not bred Dramatlcs I Student Councul Il Student Councrl President III Yearbook III Chorusl II III JAMES P HUNTER South Medra Academnc Vocabulary brain dream boy on the bass fiddle peg pants always smlllng happy dlsposltlon forgets bets he loses hard worker swell fellow Chorusl II III Intramuralsl Orchestral II III HIYI Student Councll II III EDWARD HENRY HUSS Medla R D Academic The stalwart of the baseball team lakes locker room pokes sardomc laughter Hu Y I Science Club I III Baseball II III Intramurals I Auto Mechanlcsll BARBARA E JARDEN Rose Valley Academlc ldollzes an ex life guard school splrlt plus blue eyes long eyelashes busy as proverbial bee always pays third period vrsrts to Mass Reese dependable Chorusl II III Cheerleadmg II III Dramatlcs II Varslty Hockey III Varsity Basketball II III Yearbook III GAA I II III Class Ottlcerlll ... . . . . . . . ... ... . . . ... , . 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I I I I "'I I I ADIS CORINNE KATTINGE Brookhaven Commerclal Lover of movles and dancing deslrous of becomlng an mterror decorator good sport frlendly good natured depend ab e Navy fan a certain Harry Dramatncs I Art Club II Press Club III JUANITA V KELLEY Sprmghaven Commercral Neatly dressed throws a mean hockey stuck Ivory tlckler looks worried editor of Yearbook those packets a whlz as a commercial lrkes the Navy way dependable friendly to all Twurlmg I Press Club II III Student Councul I Class Treasurer II DOROTH EA KOUTRAKIS Wallingford Academic Quret efficient hockey manager casual liberal there when needed small fry has a friendly word for everyone Leo and the Navy Dramatlcs II Chorus II III Assembly III Varsity Hockey lMan ager III Yearbook III Basketball lManagerI III ANDREW G KRAMARIC Garden Cnty Academrc Lakes gunning mlnd that car absolutely no gasoline worrres pestered by O P A comedsan of French class full of pep wltty Intramural Basketball I Intramural Football I Model Airplane Club I II Auto Mechanics I Jumor Varsuty Basketball Il HI Y III ' 2 2 ' ' 2 2 2 ' 2 2 Basketball II, lllp Yearbook III7 Senior Chorus Il, III ' 2 2 2 2 ' - 7 I 2 2 ' I I . I . . 7 .- is JOAN M LOGAN Wallingford Academic Corny humor extraordinary athletic chief angelic expression spreading grin annoying eyebrows April unusually bored GAA I Journall Assembly II Basketball II Ill Chorus III Yearbook III Hockey III BROCK McCAIN Bowling Green Academic Boogie Woogie king of the piano drapes that wig we dressed could use more sleep always noise in his pockets trumpet tooter Intramural Basketball I Intramural Football I Auto Mechanics Il HELEN ALLEN MONTGOMERY Garden City Academic Latin grinder female Einstein chinese nails dressmaker deluxe her heart is in the Navy studlous future teacher Assemblyl Press Club III Yearbook Ill Chorusl II Ill BENNETTE MORTON Wallingford Academic Darting black eyes set off by tricky lewelry studlous for a purpose . . . rising anger . . . frequent trips to the Post Office . . . individualist . . . tales from Tuckerton Basketball Ilp Hockey II, Illg Journal I, Ilg Press Club III. Shop I, lip Yearbook III ARCHIBALD CURRIE MUNCE Upper Provrdence Academic Interests gurls noted for necktles and lltterbugglng backbone of physlcs class life of study hall should use bobby pms humorlst of class Chorus Ill Hn Y Ill Football III Yearbook Ill PAUL ARTHUR NEVELLS Moylan Academic Blond plays center on football team and m any crowd glrllsh giggle connoisseur of pretty gurls noted for his Ford C P O Chief Petting Officer mterested In engmeerrng Band I Football I III lCo Captamj Baseball I III Student Council lll Journal I Varsity Club Ill Yearbook III PAULINE ANN OLSON Sprlnghaven Academic A delightful smlle for all mldshrpman mmded attractive dresser likes to Lundy has a dlsplay of souvenirs from New Guinea good guard on the basketball court Dramatlcsll Ill Basketball II III NANCY M PARDEE Rose Valley Academic Reds spends spare time workung In Dewees prng pong whlz long time member of Student Council craves an unbreakable glass frame the perfect hostess Typing I Ill Assembly I- Student Council Il Ill Yearbook III . . .. . ... ... ... ... ... . . , . . r r I ... ... ..... .. 1 ... . . r 1 ' r I I . 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I I r I I KAYLEE RAFFEL Sprmghaven Academic Loquacious Ipana Smale future Llln Dache sales woman friendly oomph walk short sklrts dramatuc Interests Dramahcs I II III HELEN MARIE REDMILE Vrllage Green Academuc Reserved well timed thoughts capable dry humor Latm Monsueur Pete true to the Army sports fan of N Alr hostess deluxe Assembly Club I Varsity Hockey III Student Councul II Ill Year book III Twlrllng III Basketball III DORA RICE Swarthmore General Always seen wrth a Ilbrary book newspaper fIend artist of the future lukes French very much loves plenty of llpstlck always gets out of tough sutuatlons easlly Red Crossl Chorusl Il III Game Clubl Art Clubl II ELIZABETH SAGE RIFE Wallingford Academlc Takes thlngs as they come deep slsterly affection special telephone call danly happy go lucky unruly sneeze Mlaml bound Noman drnver unsurpassed on basketball court ptterbug blondre GAA I II III Chorusl II III Assemblyl Dramatlcsll Basket ball II III Hockey III Yearbook III Cheerleadmgll III ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 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"'III III I I ' IF I I I JACQUELYN RUEDIGER Rose Valley Academlc Hrp Hlp Montclalr Rose Valley s answer to a servlceman s prayer boots and saddles sllver bracelets moody dlsturbmg ease of composition bobby socks blonde bomber Basketball Ill GAA I Dramatlcs I Il Chorusl II III Press Club III Varsuty Hockey III Yearbook III JACQUELINE N SCHULTZ Garden Cnty Commercial Salesglrl In Speare Brothers sparklmg blue eyes honey col ored halr prefers the name ot Al IS never happier than when skating Dramatlcs I Dancmg II Red Cross II Chorus III Office Practlce III Twlrllng I RICHARD DONALD SCOTT Brookhaven General Don Juan has last say In everythmg mce dresser moo me brain storms sports tan dreams of Jeanne with the light brown halr Frankie the second Wolflsh Hn Y I II III Intramural Basketball I II Intramural Football III Varslty Football III B A C III ELLA MAE SHULTZ Sprmghaven Academic Generous From the Halls of Montezuma lltterbug a ented run loves to toot a flute senior class secretary 100 f for N P battled looks In algebra class all around athlete No Bob' Bandl II III Chorusl II III GAA I Hockey III Basketball II III Class Officer III Twlrlmgl Yearbook III ish MARION J SISK Plush Mall General Quiet reserved green eyes delights ln weekend robs serving the Navy canary of Plush Null all because of Jlm Party and Glft I Red Cross I Dancnng ll Office Practice Ill Year book III ANNA MAY STEWART Wallingford Commercial Atnletrc 'lend always too hot snappy dresser no worrnes or troubles sporty flgure feeds the basketball and hockey teams with apples and cookies always has the last say Intramural Hockey and Basketball I ll III Glrls Athletic Asso clahon I II III Varsity Basketball ll III Varsuty Hockey Ill SecretaryGAA II III Art II DOROTHY M STRICKLAND Brookhaven Commercial uxet petite well mannered blonde halr roller skatmg Interested In Ed pleasing dnsposltnon Red Cross I Dancing ll Party and Guft Il Office Practlce Ill Year book III MARGARET L TRAC EY Media Commercial Platmum blonde good sport ldollzes George Wlnnle s mald of honor all out for sports tasty llpstlck strawberry mllk shakes baby face dreamy blue eyes wntty Dramatlcs I Art II .I V Basketball ll Office Practlce Ill Danclng III Varsity Hockey III Finance Officer III Yearbook III . 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I ?-- 7 F I I 7 WINIFRED V WAGNER Parkslde Commercial Natural blonde oo nph gurl keeps the mailman busy charm :ng smule pretty shades of llpstuck latest styles an clothes haunts Peggy smooth dancer bug eater wedding march soon all out for Truman Red Cross I II Dancmg II Office Practice III Yearbook III BERNIECE A WARD Village Green Commerclal Comedian up to date on Navy men late arrwal good natured sporting walk dark halr dreamy eyes smooth complexlon short sklrts Party and Glfts I Red Cross I II Senlor Chorus II III Art II Game Club I Office Practuce III Yearbook III BERTHA CHANLEY WESLEY South Media General Full of laughter lokes on the tlp of her tongue swings on the rlght foot and dances on the left likes her powder and llpstnck always a pal nnce rmgs French Club I Library II Chorus III CLASS FLOWER RED ROSE CLASS COLORS NAVY BLUE AND WHITE CLASS MOTTO NO ONE KNOWS WHAT CAN DO 'TILL HE TRIES. . ... i ... ... ' II I I . ... ... ... ... I rr II I I r ... ... 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L ' , . ., L "1 ., - 's ' ' ' ' i - l I t - - L' ' - ' '. ,, - 1 ' - " ', FAVOR TE QUOTE FOR NOTED CRAZY ABOUT MPRESS ON TAG NAME Good Heavens Qu ck Retorts Eng neers A oof A OI'ef1Ce Bea e, ow ng Ofef1Ce enl 6 wa ow that T I1 I'OW No kdd Many Quest ons rgu ng Y SS , O wst ng SSSYVS erry SFS tt tu OUI' Cl f 6 Ueen On GITI On I' COTS ommy SVOUS Y A CUSS me eSeI'Ve How touch ngerna s Caret Dot Dorothea Everett orts US D655 ClI'I"IUl'1 bs .C OFSSS SOD 6 oney ean e I Q. XT! II Budd Z He h 'Y O U SCI' TITS nest GI' GS TTI Ja Hunter C YOTTI S6 l'T1CI OW l'1eSS att nge C el"IC oag es Coo Dot utrak s Dorothea CD G H rt OUVS FC CI OITI St One d yD h TCSS OI'IS XP oog e I I I I FI I I i I " I" B I y, FI Floss Quiet B Ii Shorthand Ability "Ain't that something?" B , Sara Sara Coun ry girl Men Slacks "S ll I" Buzby Bob Bob N i A i i " i ing!" Croth , Mary Jane J R d Murph T i i her hair "Heap big ioke!" "Can't say that I like D , John Jack Devilish Q i Mischie y i de" Davis Mildred Mill Mischi T Talking "I d ' I" Dickens, Amy Amy R d Red Heads Hall Conversations "S I" , ree Food Long Fi il " ing" F , Patricia Pat B i like Sp That car "Pile out 'n PushI" a s H Miel Bewildered Jitterbugging ltc Nose "Tender" il ro , J i J i Good to look at H Blonde Hair-Big Eyes "GoIIy!" , Jim E The boss Vocab I " y, y!" Huss Edward Ludwig Quiet Betting I ll "O , o!" Jarden, Barbara Bobbie Carefree Marsh ll Cokes Good Nature "P i ?" K I , Adis Adis Ambitious Movies Artistic Ability "Oh, Good I" Kelley Juanita Nita Dependable Navy Those Suits "Oh, noI" Ko i , perative H i Efti i y " a I" Kr i , Andrew Andy lndifterent Hunting C ible " , ick" L Joan April R d Red Convertibles Facial E i "WelI, ly!I" McCain, Brock Brock Playboy The 88 Keys B i W i "Go, Sa II" SeI'Ve 8 an, 09 l'T'IUe oog e FAVOR TE QUOTE NOTED FOR CRAZY ABOUT MPRESS ON TAG NAME t the moment YSSSFTTO B EfI'c ent Ham He en Montgomery I' G SCU O C h yes St I' Ha ngs YI' CI G ECTU ITIS G Benn Ben nette orton M Censored 8 YY' U DCS Mu 4. 4. OPPY SVG S A CID pm DO Heavens ne SCU ITICI '19 CHC B I' UYQ Y a know Qu etness GJ Certa n Ath et c Sk Uflnel' BIS TOITI S6 Short Sk rts Montc a r 81 Horses ST dvdua G ve me strength Posture A Sooh st cated Jack e acque ne tears flowed her d k age Vel' A Batt ng endsh ps Fr ck Ou ayboy y P Scott ck D tt Sco ns gn YP '19 o ege ITTOFG GI' On CII' On OUI' ay ngw T1 fine 6 he I US Q '19 r Skat 6 Ro 6 It Pe Dot IW Dorot and ck tr e99Y racey arr ngs TUITION Attract ve Wnne fred agner FIOW l'1OW you SS U8 A G OIT GX P OITT oney I ongen a F16 I' 9 SCS fn 8 SS He I I I Spur o , l I i ill d king "Oh, Helen!" ' "Y u're a p Ii , I I II I E I I I Qifpi I" , C i Archie Dazed Girls Flashy Ties " !" N ll , Paul Alice H Go Lucky Rusty Decorations on Car "Wan o walk tonight?" Olson, Polly Polly Bashtul A Midshi Smile " ny mail?" Pardee, Nancy N e Frank Anythi li Red Hair " , I" Raftel, Kaylee Ka lee Pl i I oys Her Walk "Oh, gosh!" Redmile, Helen Helen Studious Pet i "Well, whad'y I" Rice, Dora Dora Studious Tom Art Ability "Is that so?" Rite, B y G Outdoor Girl Abner I i ill " i ly!" Ruediger, Jackie Jay In i i Ii I i i "P i I" Schultz,J li i I i i I " i I" "An , i I i i i i li ewine" Shultz, Ella Mae Ella Innocent U. S. M. C. I i ias "Oh, I tailed that!" Sisk, M i M i Neat Swarth C ll T i "I don't believe it!" Stewart, Anna Mae A I different Athletics S i hat she thinks "Paid y dues yet?" S i I , i ll i i ss "J epers!" T , P Peg Sweet George Blonde Hair "Oo-la-la!" W , Wini I i i T E I " ny mail?" Ward, B i B i C i l S C I i " k I" Wesley, Bertha Bertha H Go Lucky John Cheerful "Gos-s-sh!" UPF-'Y CLASS WILL CDF 1945 We the class of l945, of Nether Provrdence, berng of sound mrnd and body do make decr e and publrsh thrs, our last wrll and testament BETSY RIFE hands down her room shakrng kerchoo to Tracy McCormrck JOAN LOGAN passes on her athletrc technrque to Elsre Cobourn HONEY HAYS leaves her cheers for N P to Barbara Beebe PAT FARNAN bequeaths her executrve manner to Mary Elrzabeth McDowell ANDY KRAMARIC wrlls hrs Inches to Ronny McKrrdy so he can come down and let us look at hrm BOB BUZBY leaves hrs rob at the Wallrngford post office to anyone who wants to play DICK SCOTT turns over hrs suave manner to Warren Sweeny JACK DAMONS devrlrsh wrttrcrsm goes to Eddie Wood DONALD WOLFE leaves hrs place as Mr Klrne s secre tary to anyone wrth the requrrements PEGGY TRACEY bequeaths that natural blonde harr to anyone who gets the urge PAUL NEVELLS wolf rnstrncts are turned over to Dave Warrrngton ARCHIE MUNCE leaves hrs affectron for Chester Hrgh to Lrnda Murray HARRY FORBES wrlls hrs charm kurl permanent to Jean Strrckland BENNIE MORTON bequeaths her numerous harr styles to Shrrley McCaughrn HELEN MONTGOMERY grves her abrlrty to fill rn the answer to Harrret Drem BROCK McCAIN wrlls hrs ten rvory trcklers to Gay Rrfe FLORENCE BENTLEY S Bowlmg scores are grven to Andy MacBeth DORA RICE S artrstrc talent goes to Martha Bentley BOBBIE JARDEN leaves her grraffe collectron to anyone who wants a long neck MARION SISK hands down her typrng abrlrty to her srster Martha ELLA SHULTZ presents her vocal chords to Anna Lomax AMY DICKENS leaves her between trme strolls to Sue Srmpers JIM HUNTER bestows hrs rmmense vocabulary upon Betty Ann Putt ALMA BEALE passes on her ease at composrtron wrrtrng to Charles Bowers JEAN HILDROP leaves her abrlrty rn readrng the classrcs to the Junrors who wrll need rt POLLY OLSON hands over her coyness to Russel Frnley NANCY PARDEE bequeaths her salesgrrl manner to Glorra Donaway JACQUELINE SCHULTZ bestows her ram rod carrrage upon Betty Nrce WINNIE WAGNER leaves her talkatrveness to Ray Burk ED HUSS bettrng reputatron goes to Harvey Martrn ANNE STEWART wrlls her place rn the sport crrcle to Sydney Anderson BERNIECE WARD grves her stature to Brll Hayes MILDRED DAVIS donates her full 5 ft to John Feder chok DOT STRICKLAND leaves her quretness to Betty Brad e KAYLEE RAFFEL bequeaths her talkatrve nature to Dor othy Cherry BERTHA WESLEY offers her Ipana Smrle to Elarne Mrller JACKIE RUEDIGER leaves her passron for Wyomrng cowboys to any prospectrve cowgrrl Rowan HELEN REDMILE offers her study of Latrn Ill to any brave puprl JUANITA KELLEY bestows her tarlored lackets upon Bucky Graff DOT KOUTRAKIS grves her wrllrng attrtude to Betty Jane Hedgepeth DOROTHEA EVERETT S long fingernarls are turned over to Mary Lourse Ellrott ADIS KATTINGE wrlls the abrlrty of payrng attention rn class to her brother MARY JANE CROTHERS affection for the Navy rs trans ferred to Trsh Rodgers And to the Faculty we wrsh to express our srncerest apprecratron for therr rnterest and assrstance through the years cdf5,fZfff!-for-f frfviff - I I ' ll ll ' , . . ,, . . . ,, . ' Y- . . , ' . SARA BROWN wills her title of "Slack Girl" to Virginia ' - ll ll - , D . . . . , , , . . . I - ' - ll ' ll 1 - - . 11 - u 3 . Q s 1 n I .. . . . ff . C' , PERSCDNALITY PARADE GIRLS Pat Farnan Kaylee Raftel .lacquellne Schultz Helen Montgomery Helen Montgomery Joan Logan Juanlta Kelley Dora Rice Dorothy Strickland Joan Logan Honey Hays Most Dependable Most Talkatlve Most Dngnlfied Most Likely to Succeed Most Studlous Most Humorous Most Friendly Most Artlstlc Most Bashful Best Athlete Best Natured BOYS Jam Hunter Bob Buzby Edward Huss Bob BJzby Bob Buzby Archle Munce Jack Damon Andrew Kramarlc Edward Huss Harry Forbes Paul Nevells Ella Mae Shultz Most Versatile Jack Damon CLASS HISTORY In 1941 we the class of 45 assembled together for a safari which in our case was very definitely a lourney into the unknown As Freshmen a more vigorous and eager band could hardly be found Exploring was smooth that year and we held up the procession now and then to give a dance or two Little activity was shown dur mg this period of the trip but on becoming Sophomores we advanced into denser surroundings and our trek proved more exciting Despite the absence of interschol astic athletics the class secured a prominent place in the field of sports within the school which we maintained till our safari s end at the close of our Senior year Also during this phase of our lourney we sponsored several very successful dances As Juniors the class dwindled and the prolects increased lnterscholastlc sports were reinstated at Nether Providence and we took over the profitable sale of candy at the basketball games that year Now it was our turn to give the Seniors a prom so came plans for the Junior Senior Prom which was held in May the th me bemg that of a through Nether Providence Eventually at long last came the final lap of our tour which we had all been looking forward to since our assemblage four years back we were finally recognized as full fiedgecl Seniors Since th day we banded to gether for advancement early in September 44 there was never a dull moment We immediately started on the composition of the class s record of sights and events encountered which are all brought together In this issue of the Non Pareil Toward the holiday season we ventured forth on a crusade to sell Christmas cards and sta tlonery and here again the pro,ect met with huge success About this same time we became sponsors of our big dance the S mor Ball where it was evident that loy ruled Nearing the end of our trek we presented our class play in which everyone had an active part and lots of fun besides Then came the excitement of baccalau reate and graduation but we managed to come through It all slightly shaky and a but melancholy but still smiling As we the class of 1945 lourney further we shall never forget the short but happy trip we took together through our school which we feel sure would never have been quite so happy or successful if it were not for our trusted officers loyal teachers and faithful advisors , . . . I I I I ' I . . . . I . I . I ' ' I . . . . ., . , . I . . . I i , . u . . . I , ., Southern plantation. The Prom was one of the biggest events on our expedition ' I I . - . . . S - . , I I . . . . , . , - . I . z . . . . . Q . . . . I " I ' I I , . I I . I I I I A C T I V I T I E S SENICR STUDENT CCUNCIL The Sensor Student Councll thus year has kept well IH st tde wnth tts a m to ably represent the student body Dlrectlng the Stud nt Court as one ot the actuvltues connected with the Councll The speclal affairs It sponsors are the March Mart Tag Day and lunch time dancung The Councul also sells basketball puns and school cans Front row Second row Thlrd row Fourth row SENICR CHORUS Carolrne Whitfield Wllluam Hayes Mr Gilbert Kllne Jeanne Hlldrop Mary louise Elllott Sydney Anderson Helen Redmlle Nancy Pardee Pat Farnan Sue Slmpers John Rnce Joan Frelcl lrene Bekls Vera Black Robert Shultz Derlc Pemer Paul Nevells George Stabler Andrew MacBeth James Hunter To take part In every musical entertainment at Nether Providence as the a m ot the Sensor Chorus They sang at the Christmas play provided the musuc tor the Wllktnson Puppet show and supplied the vocal muslc at the Sprung concert Several members of the chorus attended a performance of a musical comedy 'Central Park" Front row Second row Thlrd row Fourth row Dolores Yelch Constance Welsberg Anna May Roberts Betty Bradley Dot Koutrakls Much Kobayashu Mary Aluce Johnson Barbara Beebe Elsre Jenkms Dora Rxce Anna Lomax Jean Allen Betsy Rnfe Jeanne Hnldrop lnnda Murray Bette Roos Mary Elrzabeth Rodgers Joan Logan Juanita Kelley Bobble Jarden Sally Woodward Arabella Bowman Helen Montgomery Glorra Walker Jackle Ruednger Gay Rufe Honey Hays Jackie Schultz Mary Ellzabeth McDowell Bermece Ward Mary Spencer Amy Dickens Mary Suplee Ella Shultz Alma Beale Mlss Marlon Deysher John Ruce John Damon James Kattmge Clarence Twaddell Brock McCann Edward Wood Paul Nevells Archne Munce George Stabler Davld Warrmgton Harry Forbes James Hunter Samuel Mason Robert Shultz . . . . Y 5 . . h - . . I C1 . I . I . - I I ' I I T' I I I I - I I I I L . F , I I I I 5 . , I I , . . . " I I ' I I I I l I I - I I I I I . . I I I I I I I - I I I I I I - I I I I I I I . . " I I I I I I I I I I I I I PRESS CLUB Hearty applause is due to the Press Club this year for its revival of the school paper re named The Bark which had been discontinued for several years The club members also wrote accounts of games dances and informal activities which were published in the Chester Times to keep outsiders hep" to what goes on inside N P Seated Jackie Ruediger William Haves Bennie Morton Juanita Kelley Mary Elizabeth McDowell Ronald McKlrdy Helen Montgomery Standing Miss Mera'da Brennan Patricia Wiley Harvey Martin Sydney Anderson Linda Murray Alma Beale Andrew MacBeth Harvey Anderson Wilbur llngle Lawrence Morey Pat Farnan Mary Eliza beth Rodgers Rupert Clark Edwm Van Deusen SCIENCE CLUB The Science Club under the guidance of Mr Conway has begun many interesting protects this year Photographic work has been done by two of the club members while others have been experimenting with elec trical apparatus and pulleys Bacterlologlcal study has been made pos this field has been furthered by use of our excellent collection ot pre pared biological slides Front row Ed Huss Charles Bowers Mr Albert Conway Harvey Anderson Mildred Rew Second row Fred Bentley Wallace Wilkins Philip Hoffman Rupert Clark Raymond White William Phillips Third row Howard Flogaus Warren Mulloy Robert Buxbaum Thomas Pnttock BAND Because of the small personnel the band has not been able to partic pate in normal band activities Next year they are hoping for an in crease in membership which will enable them to again resume their position in the limelight During this school year they have played several assembles to keep the organization before the eyes of the school Front row Honey Hays Henrv Ingram Jack Damon John Rice Walter Sydnor Nancv Jarden Edwm Van Deusen William Rumford Joan Field Second row Mass Marlon Deysher Clifton Beam Thomas Stabler Robert Shultz Elmer Kresge Nancy Fritz Ella Shultz Third row Charles Bowers Warren Sweeny Warren Mulloy Robert Hays William March ll ll - - ' ' I ' I ' - I I . ,, . . - . . I . . - I . I . I I I . - . i V . . . I . I I . I I I I . . I I I . " I I ' I I ' . . . - sible by the addition of a steam sterilizer and an incubator. Work in - I I - I I 1 -' I . . I ' . I I I l - I I I ' I I '- I . . f I - I A I I . I I , I ' I . . I - . . I I I I I I . I . - I I I I 1 3, -'55 '53 LWM QQK 'W Kbx-gl IL W3 NM-ywx Sk V' A 5 Ed T' "Et" SENICR DRAMATIC CLUB The Dramatic Club under the dlrectlon ot Stanley A Boorse started its success early In the season Among the protects were the study ot stage pantomme and movement, the art of makeup applying and techniques of good speaking The Christmas play Goodman s Dust of the Road " was greatly lauded The club also devoted a great deal of time working with one act plays The Dramatic ability developed In this group ns often the basis for Senior play talent Front row Kaylee Raffel Polly Olson Mr Stanley Boorse Harry Patterson Jean Allen Second row Constance Weisberg Dorothy Cherry Betty Jane Hedgepeth Harriet Diem Mildred Rew Barbara Beebe Third row Betty Jane Nice James Slack Mary Suplee FOLK DANCING Song' Square' Round' American folk dances learned by this club pro vided amusement and entertainment tor the members They also In terpreted various folk dances of the European nations based on polkas and waltzes Front row Dorothy Sweeney Jane Phelps Celeste Cntrenbaum Dorothy Johnson Helen Pierce Vera Rice Second row Arabella Bowman Elsie Jenkms Carol Black Peggy Tracey Winnie Wagner Madelme Schupp Sidra Austin Barbara Morey Third row Ruth Grunwell Martha Bentley Tracey McCormick Betty Spen cer Irene Bekls Beatrice Crookston Carlotte Mason SENIOR RED CROSS Th Red Cross Club is gallantly answering the call to help by the added ale of defense stamps Christmas boxes for children overseas and the successfully conducted Junior Red Cross drive During club time this group also worked diligently over scrapbooks containing lokes puz zles and other Items of Interest to servicemen in the recreation centers Front row Sara Brown Miss Alatheia Reese Dorothea Everett Second row Virginia Canavan Peggy Dolan Mich Kobayashi Gloria Donaway Third row Mary Jane Crothers Elaine Muller I ' I J . . I . . . , ,, ' I , . "' r 1 - I I ' I I r r I I "' I 1 I - I I . I Reynolds, Miss Patricia Selig, Gloria Donaway, Mary Alice I I "' 1 . . I I ' . . I . I . . I . 1 1 I I r ' I t I l I e . . c ' ' - , , I . . . I - ' I n - r I I r -D . . . I I . .I . - I . . ' 1 -..,, xxxix -1 'ek X X-I uf Qhwiiwfmk W.,-. ,W wa,- 4' is-W Alf smffi W- AE 'L an 5 f I W4 NF!!! Wfaxwi' ha N -.mm .. ...M :-.:..,..-M-'.u..,v"'-1, QISW5' W ..W..,-Q. ..- li, -..-w. l , X . 1. 5x - - .. 'ff' I "R X F 'f..fFfTEi3 ui., ,Q ,Q 1 4 " " M XX " A ' 4 ' X W 7 1 X 8 o , -. Vsf , Y X N 1 ' f '-zzs.-',,.AQx-if-.. . in W Q In-A 4- V JW" Tr' ! K Y vez: Y V f at . g K X 4 -- 5- ,B x , f I . . 2 A ' 1 f 2 f E V . ' W A Q 'Q 1 , wg ' - , -. K 4 E A421 nf L- - - . 1 TQ 7 x 0 , , ,V 4 ,Z V f 1? " A 1' ' W W, 4 K Q I , 4 .M ,, . AM 11 'R 1 , 35 X 6. :ss ., 9, fmmvch , , ' Q H 454 W' "9,,,a 6 Wg Q V , E09 it 'ik 1. X e . wr '23, 3275 4 . 6 5 ky M M A ' M x 4 N I ,,, I ix 2 ., 5 1 3 ,, 5,34 x 4 ' . 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X .W , 1 A ! if ,f - , wwf , ' 'V , 'A J .. , .R f 5 , , Nfwqvw f f 1 M, A . f J xx , xx 'xg , A, ,, 4 s ' upon- - ,I Q ,A I STRING GROUP Thus organlzatuon consusts of a small group of students who have prove'l their abllrty to play a strung Instrument well During the year they have oartlclpated In school actlvrtles by playnng several trmes un assembly and by supplylng the muslcal entertainment between the acts of th Senior play Because ot the type of rnuslc they play the membershup has been llmrted Sea ed Samuel Ma on Bette Roos Ruth Grunwell Robert Sweeny Evans Burns Beatruce Crookston Betty Spencer Standmg Mlss Marlon Deysher Mary Spencer James Hunter OFFICE PRACTICE It would be duftlcult to get along wnthout the and of the Office Practice Club which consusts of Junior and Sensor Commercual students These gurls have successfully accomplished work for the school admmlstratlon and athletuc and department heads mvolvrng typmg dnttomg mumeo graphlng and tlllng Needless to sav thus club whuch meets twlce a week under the dlrectron of Mlss Wllklnson keeps plenty busy but engoys getting additional business experience Front row Dorothy Pascale Nancy Sweeney Peggy Tracey Muss Eleanor Wulkunson Wmme Wagner Dorothy Feyas Anne Slsk Second row Elsie Jenkms Dot Strickland Marlon Slsk Bernlece Ward Jackie Schultz Flossue Bentley Jean Hubler Barbara Bonner GIRL RESERVES The arms ofthe Girl Reserve Club are clean speech clean luvlng clean scholarshlp and clean sports During the year the gurls have sponsored varlous campaigns and held a dance In order to carry out the chnet oblectlves development of character and servlce for others The Gurl Reserves are consldered Junuor members ot the Y M C A Front row Dolores Yench Betty Bradley Veronica Slmchock Martha Snsk Anna May Roberts Second row Ann Young Mary Ellen McDowell Glorla Walker Louise Pas cale Mach Kobayashu . . . e ' I F - c ' " I r I I - . . 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' 1 Q WI'-'QXQ-3. ,J-""7 Betsy Rlfe Bermece Ward Dot Koutrakas Helen Montgomery Jack: Ruedlger Nancy Pardee Bobble Jarden Mildred and Alfrea Davss Dorothea Everett Honey Hays Duck Scott Kaylee Raffel 43:1 P r3""!' sw.: 3,"iW,.'-, .pya.,, 'r I . Q u.+.':3-gy. ix.: 'Ni rm MW- W-, .1 i ., t . ffv. Z' 'vi f swgw . Y. - . , .Q . , . 1J'k,,t ,I 1 .V W ,, , 4 -. ,t ,gif ,S Mvlkxgnv, .H ' in- A , ixmww. , ,' . N Q,,:iY.-5L,.'i. J- V .14-Y,-gw"3z Nevells Goes Over. N.P. Mascot. N.P. Bull Dogs! Field Day. V for Victory. 20 to 20. Foul Shot. Varsity vs. Alumnae. Jay-vee. VARSITY CLUB The Varsity Club was organlzed for the first time thus year Member ship IS open to any boy who has earned a varsity letter Effort as made to further promote the interests of athlet cs and social welfare In the school One of the prolects which this club will undertak in the future is the presentation to the school ofa trophy case Front row Thomas Plttock Edward Wood Mr John Echternach Harry Forbes Albert Opdenacker Second row Stanley Slwarskl Clarence Twaddell Paul Nevells Morton Sakers Joseph Gummell Third row Bob Buzby Derac Pepler Ronald McKnrdy Harvey Pollock GAA The chief alm of the G A A IS to provide extra curricular sports for gurls and promote sportsmanship among them plus taking care of after school activities Including ping pong shufzfleboard and archery This referees for Intramural games Money was secured for Athletic awards through the sale of pennants and stickers Front row Tracy McCormick Bobble Jarden Mlss Fay Wilson Honey Hays Anne Stewart Second row Shirley Frear Mary Alice Johnson Mane Gummell Betty Jean Pascale Claire lewis Third row Betsy Rlfe Elsie Cobourn Mary Berckman Dolores Platt Fourth row Nancy Jarden Esther Peck Peggy Worrall Louise Hunter BAC The Boys Athletic Club better known as th B A C was organized In order to promote and sponsor extra curricular Intramural actlvltles There are two representatives in the club from each grade and these boys besides arranging the actlvlty schedule are responsible for secur mg coaches and referees The outstanding feature which is sponsored by this club IS the annual field day held each spring Front row Bob Buzby Stanley Srwarskt Mr John Ecternach Dlck Scott Donald Herbster Second row Henry Tracey Robert Bowers Morton Sakers David Warrnngton Joseph Gummell Jack Walters . E . . I . . . . 9 . l I ' I - . .I I - I . I U O C 5 I organization was also responsible for the provision of coaches and - . I . n . I . f - I r I r - r I O Q O . , . Q G , . , .. . . . I I I ' , . - I I . .I 1 I I I ?:: CN -nr Y A -4,-.Q-. --1: E-nh-elNf"l YAC dmv Q D I 1 I I l Q 'K ' I ... 2 X , Q X , If . , s Y 'I' N If ' W. ' Q XDR A s s is is . 1 . , mx . 1,1 , A f , N I K A' 1 45' VN Q2 'J'fa9l.', . , v -- -- ,-,....,. " QW-M-1: Q . 4:1 4 ........... z ' L 2 1. - V 1 , 1 ' ff ' if f rs , X .1 'xx ' ' 5 ' ni" J ' 7- N,,f,. . 1 'L Q N v'riQs"' .-M.-1. .. .- ff... .arf N.. . w ' ' ' I 1. F 'W ' U, V s f. Jw . 1 s if I K s . 5 x . Vw' ' , A l CHEER LEADERS Hats oft to the cheerleaders! They should be given a big hand tor thenr undying support of N P s teams and the cooperatlon they get from the students an insplrung theur men when face to face wuth their opponents. Also to thelr credit IS the purchase of thelr new unltorms obtalned from the protlts gained in puttuna on several dances. Stull another feather In thelr cap is the intro- ductlon of many new cheers to the student body Joan Fleld Bobble Jarclen Barbara Beebe Betsy Rafe Joanne Watson Honey Hays HIY This club was organized In order to promote better social wel fare among the boys In school The members become acquainted with other clubs throughout Delaware County through lomt meetings and rallles held at varuous times The boys endeavor to llve up to the :deals of the club which are clean lnvlng clean speech and clean sports Front row Archie Munce Thomas Morgan Duck Scott Mr John Echternach Bob Buzby David Warrlngton Andy Kramarlc Second row Fred Bentley Hoyt Beulah Wallace Wllkms Alan March Roman Malor Russell Rlce Charles Burroughs Thurd row Charles Worrell James Kattmge Robert McCall Ralph Taylor Wilbur Llngle Harvey Martin . . 1 - .- . .. . . . . .. . . . - o 1 . . . . I 'I I , I I - . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . .- I I , . - I I I ' I I - I - I I I I I I ' - I I I I I M w :aww-me ma-museum 'Illia una- lww ww -W., www N... 1.qw-www .1 an VARSITY HOCKEY Kneeling Pat Farnan Peggy Tracey Bobbue Jarden Barbara Beebe Honey Hays Helen Redmnle Betsy Rlfe Joan Logan Ella Shultz Standmg Dot Koutrakns lmanagerj Mary Spencer Jackue Rued :ger Anne Stewart Tracey McCormnck Alma Beale Benme Morton Mlss Fay Wnlson The fall of 1944 saw, for the flrst time ln several seasons, the Nether Providence gurls take their place on the hockey Held Although the teams were not wmnlng ones, under their captains Honey Hays and Joan Adams, and with the guidance of the coach, the gurls proved able competltuon for their opponents Jumor Varslty Marple Newtown Swarthmore Eddystone Sprlngtield Swarthmore They We 4 Varsity They We Marple Newtown Swarthmore Eddystone Sprmgtield Swarthmore JUNICR VARSITY HOCKEY Shirley Frear Cmanagerl Jean Welr Sydney Anderson Dolores Platt Much Kobayashi Nancy Jarden Barbara Butler Meredith Wulllamson Joanne Watson Patsy Wlley Mary Berckman Mary Loulse Elliott Vera Bass Elsle Cobourn Caroline Whitfield Joan Adams Mary Elizabeth Rodgers Joan Fleld Harruet Diem Vera Black Betty Jane Nlce Beatruce Crookston Bette Roos lManagerl Mlss Fay Wilson - ....... I 1 - ....... 2 1 2 0 I 3 Media ................ 0 0 Media ................ 2 0 ' ............ 2 0 ' ............ 3 2 X .Af 4 wg. 7 Y Kneelmg lleft to rlghtl Betsv Rnfe Ella Shultz Bobble Jarden Barbara Beebe Standrng lleft to rlghtl Fay Wnlson lcoachl Tracey McCo muck Mary Spencer Anne Stewart Honey Hays Joan Logan Mlldred Rew lmanagerl GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL The Girls basketball team plowed Its way thus year into a tough schedule It defeated Media by the slum margin of two pomts but for the rest of the season although the gurls fought wlth untlrlng effort they were unable to brlng about another victory for the blue and gold Varslty They Medla Marple Newtown Yeadon Ecldystone Notre Dame Boothwyn Glen Nor Alumnae 33 I . , . . . . I I . ' We ' .........t.............. 30 28 - ............... 26 33 34 Springfield .................... 7 I7 25 32 26 - ................t..... 15 22 Front row Joanne Watson Mary Berckman Juanlta Kelley Helen Redmlle Barbara Butler Back row Coach Fay Wnlson Polly Olson Elsue Cobourn Mary Loulse Elllott Joan Fleld Jackie Ruedlger Peggy Tracey manager Sydney Anderson GIRLS JV BASKETBALL The J V s followed In the footsteps of the varslty by also roll mg up lust one vlctory thls time against Marple Newtown .JV s e They Media Marpl Newtovt n Yeadon 'ddystone Notre Dame Boothwyn Glen Nor 'I5 Alumnae I , . . I I . . - . ..' W ' ........................ 'I7 27 e- ' ....,........... 30 23 44 Springfield ...........,......... 27 38 L ..................... 25 28 34 - ................,..... 42 Front row Second row Thlrd row John Weare Robert Buzby Derlc Pepler Edward Wood Ronald McKlrdy Harry Forbes Charles Burroughs Mr John Echternach Joseph Gummel Howard Flogaus Warren Mulloy Robert Hays Wnlbur Thomas Plttock Manager Barry Slmmons Thomas Stabler John Rlce Harry Patterson Bull Flogaus 1 I I . I I . I I ' - I I I I I . Lingle, Rodney Smith . ' . I I . I I ' I I . ' BOYS BASKETBALL Although vlctory was close for the varsity several times the boys were not able to brmg about a wun for N P Nevertheless the boys fought hard and wuth several better men returning next year we are looklng forward to a more successful season The J V was a llttle more successful wmnung three out ot the twelve league games played Varslty W Springfield Sharon Hull Clifton Helghts Marple Newtown Yeadon Sprmgfield Sharon Hull Boothwyn Clifton Heights Marple Newtown Yeadon 18 they Junlor Varslty w they I e e ' ......... 13 46 I5 47 ' ......... 19 46 15 38 ' ' ...... 15 47 35 22 - .... 26 76 I9 36 69 10 50 Boothwyn ......... 20 34 26 25 ' ......... 20 42 9 26 ' ......... 18 57 21 47 30 16 14 ' ' ...... 21 24 17 36 - .... 21 34 24 30 57 28 30 CI-IEERQ AND SCDNGS Yea Blu Yeo ue Yeo Go d Yeo Teom NNPPPPHHHH SSSS Yeo Nether Provudenc B ue and gold tight' TNT T N T T N T Thot s our teom Yes slree Hugh explosuves dynomnte Set the fuse ond stort to fight' Boom' On Nether Providence On Nether Provrdence on Nether Provudence Plunge rrght through thot llne Run the ball clecar round old Touchdown sure thus tame rch roh roh On N th r Providence on Nether Providence Fight on tor her tome Fight t "o NS tight cmd we will wan this gcnme L. u u 6 -BI N-N-- ------ l . 9 I - . O ll . .., . .. , . I I O "' I 1 -..---- ' . 0 I I I I e e. ' , . ,9n', D . :sl I .An-H1 II ngram Char es Henry Rupert C ark Th rd row -Mr John Echternach Robert Twadde C arence Joe Gumme Forbes Front row -Harry ph Est etr Ra C arr ngton y Pau Graff Stan ey S warsk 05 '19 tl es Ka H1 Ja Ce Un M he YC A Beam Ro 'U Fourth row -C fton ster Pau Neve s row - Der c Pep er Rona d McK rdy James Prouty Second rt be Ro Hays rl be Ro SON das Burroug YES e ha IU Ed wa rd Wood Harvey Po ock A bert Opdenaker utz F ogaus the d rect on of The team was reorgan zed under d ron for the Frst t me s nce I94I 944 saw N P boys back on the of The fa Ofe Un nterscho ast c comp dn One O r t CO efe ng up too h gh l'0I'T'l F0 I9 - Booth el1Ce 0-Yea Nether Prov dence 0 - Marp e-Newtown Nether Prov dence I3 32 I rngfed SP O.. dence OV Pr Nether 0 'I9 ty 27 C rng SP 6- Ce en P ,I 11' - I Q A - J III I I I I . , ,, , II I I T, I 'gI"" Q ' N '1 ' I Q52 I M JI - I '2 I w P .1-It ' I ' ' 1 s I I - I 44 I I . I N Q . , I, I II, I . , I , I , I Bulb I I I I I i W rrell, Wilbur Lingle, Joseph Luglio, Jack K i k, How- ard Flogaus, Jack Weare, David W i , I es , I I , I II Ii , i , i e, onald ' ' ' ' ' I ' rb , ney Smith, Harvey Martin, John Opd aker, I f ll I I 'll I hs, Howar H , , I Sh I II I . . gri i I I I . I I I Coach John Echternach and his assistant, "Pard" Larkin. N I the boys had ever playe I I I i etition bet , d even though th d on paper was no too Impressive, they had a tough schedule, and succeeded in keeping experienced teams I Ili i scores. I ........ don ................. Nether Provid ........ wyn ............... I ........ I I I ..........,... I ........ I ......... Id ........ 0 - Ridley Tow I .......... 3 Nether Provid ........ I I .............. nsh p el1Ce OV Pr Nether JUNICDR CLASS Front Row Gloria Donaway Sydney Anderson Ronald McKlrdy Derlc Pepler William Hayes Anna Lomax Barbara Beebe Mary Alice Johnson Dorothy Feyas Second Row Barbara Bonner Nancy Sweeney Caroline Whitfield Elaine Miller Virginia Drlnkard Martha Bentley Irene Bekls Elsie Jenkins Peggy Dolan Virginia Canavan Anna Slsk BettyJ Nice Tracey McCormick Bette Roos Linda Murray Mary Elizabeth Rodgers Ruth Grunwell Jean Hubler Dorothy Pascale Fourth Row James Slack Miss Laura Reed Charles Burroughs Thomas Plttock Harvey Anderson Harvey Martin Sam uel Mason Stanley Siwarskl Rupert Clark Mr Gilbert Kline Fifth Row Charles Bowers Thomas Morgan Edward Wood Robert McCall Ralph Taylor James Morgan Andrew MacBeth George Stabler Warren Sweeny Wilbur Lmgle Clarence Twaddell - . I I I . I . I ' . I I I I "' I I . l 1 . . I . . . . I I . I . . I I . . . I Third Row -Mary Spencer, Mary Elizabeth McDowell, Mildred Rew, ' . I . I I D I . I I I 1 I . 1 1 I 1 I u 1 ' I . .I I ' ' 1 I I I I I I I I I I . I SCDPHCDMCDRE CLASS First Row Constance Weisberg Vera Rice William Phillips Mary Sup lee David Warrington Joanne Watson Dolores Yeich Shir ley Frear Sue Slmpers Second Row Edwin Van Deusen Mich Kobayashi Marie Mason Betty Bradley Martha Sisk Jean Allen Dorothy Cherry Sally Woodward Mary Ellen McDowell Patsy Wiley Bertha Bowman Mary Bowman Fred Bentley Third Row Mary Coppock Veronica Simchock Gloria Walker Jean Harriet Diem Betty Jane Hedgepeth Virginia Rowan Gay Rite Marian Ward Carlotta Mason Anna May Rob erts Caryl Walters Fourth Row John Rice Hoyt Beulah William March Raymond White Philip Hoffman Alan March James Kattunge John Mc Call Roman Magor Russell Rice Walter Sydnor Miss Eleanor Wilkinson Fifth Row Mr Park Hess Robert Shultz Harry Patterson Paul Langely Lawrence Morey Warren Mulloy Morton Sakers Charles Worrell Howard Flogaus David Longbune Owen Mosteller . - . I . , . . . . I - ! . . I I . I .- I H . I . .I . 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