Nether Providence High School - Non Pareil Yearbook (Wallingford, PA)
- Class of 1948
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Published by the Class ol 1948
Nether Providence High School
Patricia G. Selig
We, the class of 1948, dedicate this
yearbook to our friend and advisor
Miss Patricia G. Selig. We take this
opportunity to express our sincere ap-
preciation to Miss Selig who has been
the key tactor in bringing this book to
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Howard A. Wentz, BS., Lebanon College, MA. in Education,
Park A. Hess, Normal Diploma, State Teachers College, Millersville, BS.,
Pennsylvania State College, MA., Columbia University
Alatlieia A. Reese, BS., in Education, State Teachers College, Mansfield,
Guidance COl.lI'1SGlOI'i?3 Certificate, Temple University.
Nancy V. Logan- -School Board Secretary, Waltsie D, Bishop, Alice M. Wenger
BETTY N. COTTON
B,A., New Iersey College
for Women, New York Uni-
l. MERVIN GOTTSHALL
BS. in Music, State Teach-
ers College, West Chester,
MS. in Education, Univer-
sity ol Pennsylvania.
RICHARD H. BLEWETT STANLEY A. BOORSE
ART , . ENGLISH
BS. in Art Education, State BS. in Public School Music,
Teachers College, Kutztown, State Teachers College,
West Chester, Cornell Uni-
Pennsylvania State College.
IOHN F. ECHTERNACH
BS., State Teachers Col-
lege, Millersvilleg MS. in
Education, Temple Univer-
CATHERINE L. GRAY
B.A., State Teachers Col-
lege, West Chester, Univer-
sity ot Pennsylvania,
KATHERINE LEE HARMER CHESTER V. HAUPT
PHYSICAL EDUCATION DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS
BS., Ursinus College, BS., Michigan Normal Col-
lege, University of Cali-
FRED L. I-IOUCK CARL E. KANE
SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES
BS., State Teachers Col- B.S., University of St. Louis,
lege, Bloomsburgg Univer- University of Pennsylvania.
sity of Pennsylvania.
GILBERT L. KLINE EDITH LINCOLN LEONARD
socizii sruniss ENGLISH
B.S, in Education, State M-A-1 Unlvefsltlf OI
Teachers College, Blooms- Mlchlgfm-
burgg M.S, in Education,
University of Pennsylvania.
FRANK A. MADER I E. RUSSELL MEGONEGAL
B,A., Dickinson College, A,B., Franklin and Marshall
University of Pennsylvania. College.
LAURA A. REED ALICE ROWLAND
FRENCH, LATIN ENGLISH, SPANISH
B.A., M.A., University of A,B. in French Bucknell
LLOYD G. TROUT
B.S,, State Teachers
lege, Millersville, Temple
BS. in Education, Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania, Moore
PATRICIA G. SELIG FRANCIS H. SPICKLER
BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL ARTS
B.S. and M.S. in Education, BS. in Education, State
University ot Pennsylvania. Teachers College, Millers-
ville, Temple University.
WILLIAM I. WILKINSON
BS. in Education, State
Teachers College, Millers-
ville, University of Pennsyl-
BS. in Education, Temple
University, M.A., Columbia
B.S. in Commercial Edu-
cation, Temple University,
University of Pennsylvania.
MILDRED C. WILLIAMS
BS. in Education, State
Teachers College, Mans-
field, University of Pennsyl-
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Evans H. Bum . , , A . ,... President
Ioseph F. Gummel ., . ,,.,. Vice-President
Iecm S. Weir ,.... A A .,,.... Secretary
Donald R. Lomas . . . , ,Treasurer
MARTHA D. ANDERSON
Marty: quiet: short: sweet: reserved: all for the navy-and Ioe: friendly
agreeable: casual: ready smile: pleasant disposition: mo.dest: soft-spoken
daily absence slips: crazy about dancing.
Folk Dancing 1: Ballroom Dancing 2: Assembly 2: Non Pareil 3.
NANCIE IAYNE BEEBE
"Ninkie": super athlete: school spirit plus: tiny: big brown eyes: friendly:
big appetite: hockey flash.
I.V. Basketball l, 2, 3: I.V. Hockey l: Varsity Hockey 2, 3: Non Pareil 3:
ANNA ELIZABETH BENTLEY
Giggles: noted for the books she lugs: mad over cars: curly hair: mis-
chievous: future MD.: those summer tans: Oh! Miss Leonardll: Press
Club 2, 3: Student Council 2, 3: Basketball 2, 3: Assembly l: Intramural
Hockey I: Senior Chorus l, 3: Sextet 3: Non Pareil 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3.
FRANCIS lOSEPH BERCKMAN
Curly red hair: that silly laugh: Heyl Steelel: sarcastic comments: fast
blue Ford: hates no. 7: speed demon: those nightly excursions: that little
black book?: Dog House hound: Dutchman.
Surveying Club 2: Hunting Club 3: Varsity Club 3: Baseball 2: Baseball-
MARY E. BERCKMAN
"Toot"5 always in a hurry5 Whizlg sharp5 Shep5 God love uml5 Oh! that
1augh5 "It's a law"5 talkative5 snappy5 vivacious5 quick temperecl5 sense
of humor5 good sport5 happy-go-lucky.
Senior Chorus 1, 2, 35 G.A.A. l, Z5 Girls Varsity Club 35 Press Club 35
I.V. Hockey l, 35 Varsity Hockey 25 Sr. Play 35 Photography 35 Varsity
Cheer Leader 1, 3,
HOYT G. BEULAH
Shy5 "'I'weet's palg not much to say5 football star and manager5 easy
going5 knows the right answers in Social Living5 those naps in English
Bridge Club 2, 35 Varsity Club Z, 35 Football 2.
ANN THERESA BLOCHBERGER
Terry5 roller skating5 those surprise partiesp always late5 canariesg Scran-
ton5 football fan5 frienclly5 coy??5 lemon cokes5 those long runs in the
morning5 sextet5 No. 9.
Dramatics l, 2, 35 Sr. Chorus l, 2, 35 Ballroom Dancing 25 Press Club 35
Non Pareil 35 Girls Sextet 35 Assembly Club 1.
WILLIAM H. BRIDGE. IR.
Speed Demon5 sharp dancer5 rnischie-vous5 likes cars5 fishing and hunt-
ing fan5 ohl those card games5 where's the Drone?5 short, dark and cute
handsome smile5 friendly5 bright.
Sport Club 2, 35 Baseball 15.25 Non Pareil 3.
Always Benny5 engage.d5 wants to run a horse5 pessimist5 dirt enthusiast
blondie5 good intentions5 slow5 smile5 clreamer5 usually bored5 stubborn.
Photography 35 Square Dancing 35 Intramural Hockey 25 Aeronautics 3.
EVANS H. BURN
Tallg class president future astronomen a Daddy in the Senior Play5
practical joker5 3 letter man5 look out, Floagusl
Varsity Club l, 2, 35 Bridge Club 35 Varsity Basketball 2, 35 Senior Play
35 Class President 35 Football 1, 2, 3.
Can usually be seen with I-larry5 Iohn AND Iosie5 loves baseball5 hunt-
ing5 chicken lighting5 noted for his sharp shirts and Curley hair5 snazzy
dresser: loves English.
Varsity Club 35 I.V. Football 15 Craft Club lg Varsity Baseball 15 2, 35
Tumbling Club 25 Sports Club 2, 3.
ROBERT C. BUXBAUM
Studious5 b0Ok-Workp friend1y5 likes brunettes5 "Hello, there"5 college
fiend5 band leader5 tall5 ohl that blue and gold tielg 54 piano player5
always busy5 dependable5 neat dresser5 commands respectg chivalrous.
Band 1, 2, 35 Press Club 1, 2, 3-Editor-in-Chief 35 Debating l, 2, 35 Dra-
matics 3-President 35 Quartet 2, 35 Sr. Chorus Z, 35 Baseball 2, 35 I.V.
Baseball 15 Assembly Club 15 Senior Play 3.
"Steve"5 good driver5 quiet in school, but OHI outside5 loyal Brookhaven-
ite5 Geometry fiend5 likes to remember Christmas Eve5 dependable.
Square Dancing lp Sr. Chorus 1, 2, 35 Non Pareil 35 Girls Varsity Club 35
Basketball l, Z5 Varsity Hockey 1, 2.
LEAH R. COLLIER
Short5 ccy5 pretzels5 loves to eat, always on the gog loves to dance5 some-
day I'1l have my way5 jitterbug5 husky voice.
Ballroom Dancing 25 Non Pareil 35 Sewing Club 3.
Ouietg shy5 that curly hair5 good-looking5 sincere5 deep thinker5 English
brain?5 Social Living expert talks slow and easy.
Sports Club l, 2, 35 Surveying Club 2, 35 Football 25 Boys Quartet 35
Sr. Chorus 3.
Sweet personality5 shuffles when she walks5 joker5 studious5 always
1aughing5 brown eyes.
Non Pareil 35 Student Council 35 Square Dancing 1, 35 Twirling 25 Pho'
tography 35 Intramural Hockey l, 25 Intramural Basketball l, 25 I.V. Hockey
"Cookie"5 devilish5 blondieg friendly5 A15 jokerg good dancer5 those in
lernsl5 Always sleeping cmd eating5 rugged collection of records.
Ballroom Dancing 25 Square Dancing lg Non Pareil 35 Office Practice 2
Press Club 3.
CARL G. EWART
Redheadg shyg those blushes5 early morning bus rides5 likes to be teased?-
those English recitations5 blonde enthusiast5 brotherly scraps.
Surveying Club 3.
GLADYS RUTH EWART
"Bunny Bunt"5 dimplesp flower lover5 lunch table joker5 boy friendS5
bookkeeperp friendly5 slightly confused at times.
Office Practice 2, 35 Dramatics l, 25 Non Pareil 35 Press Club 35 Square
Dancing l, 35 Ballroom Dancing 2.
'l'ush5 mischievous5 cute5 wolfish grin5 happy-go-lucky5 studies?5 base-
ball5 shorty5 "Muskrats"5 Hey Harperlp energy plus5 gets up early.
Sports Club 35 Varsity Club 35 Baseball 2, 35 Football l.
WILLIAM S. FLOGAUS
"Bil1"5 Mechanically-mindedg baby-tace5 sharp little red car5 lover of
word-study5 so studious?5 those week nights5 sharp caddie.
Football-Manager l, 25 Basketball-Manager Z, 35 Press Club 15 Varsity
Club 2, 3.
THEODORE A. GRI!-'I-'I'l'HS
"One of the gang"5 "Teddy"5 Baby Sitterg those English gradesllg Math
brain5 lunch table jokes5 always late.
Sports Club Z, 35 Baseball l, 25 Art Club l.
IOSEPH F. GUMMEI.
Mathematiciam "Touchdown Kid"5 pompador5 good appetite5 lone wo1l5
English lover5 heartbreaken weakness for short girls5 "The Flashbulb
Varsity Club l, 2, 35 Sport Club sl, 2, 35 Football l, 2, 35 Basketball l, Z, 35
Baseball l, 25 Class Vice President 35 WO. Grubb Memorial Award 2.
Likes sports5 especially huntingg shyp quiet5 re-served5 .nice dresser5 musk
rat trapper5 great interest in schoo1l?5 Reads all hunting books.
Tumbling lg Craft l5 Sport Club 2, 3.
Scatterbraim bobby soxer5 fickle5 Secretary extroidinaire5 blue eyes5
blushes easily5 those boys5 baby sitter5 forgetful.
Photography 25 Drarnatics 2, 35 Sr. Chorus 2, 35 Non Pareil 35 Press Club
35 Publicity 35 Student Council-Secretary 3.
HOWARD M. HASSON. IR.
"Mickey"5 Camels5 wo1f5 mail carrier5 Atlantic City5 football5 baseball5
Penng blonde?5 Si Senorita5 Spike Iones tan5 Napoleonl5 Ioan??
Photography l5 Sports Z, 35 Surveying 35 Student Council 3,
ROBERT E. HAYS
r-r-r-rufi5 football player5 perpetual grin5 "E"5 "Tone"5 green jacks-ts5
Buicksl5 drummer boy5 basketball5 "Red Chevey convertible"5 study
periods5 those Saturday night dates5 Ioan.
Football l, 2, 35 Basketball 2, 35 Baseball 25 I.V. Basketball l5 Sr. Chorus
2, 35 Varsity Club l, 2, 35 Student Council l, 25 Band l, 2, 35
MARY E. HUBLER
A bookkeeper specialist5 week-end trips in Phi1ade1phia5 Plymouth lover5
great sleeper5 silly giggle5 those brothers5 friendly5 temperg flat tires5 fog
Art Minor l5 Sr. Chorus 2, 35 Ballroom Dancing 25 Office Practice 2, 35
Non Pareil 3.
Eagles' and Warriors fan5 Sports5 Dance Land5 Plays the licorice sticky
Had some trouble with a tooth5 Weekly wrestling rnatches5 Likes good
popular records5 Baseball5 one swell friend.
Football 1, Z, 35 Baseball 1, 2, 35 Varsity Club 2, 35 Press Club 1, 25 Band
1, 2, 35 Senior Play 35 Non Pareil-Editor-in-Chief 3.
Rose Valley pool5 sweet smile, hockey captain5 life guard5 cute5 serious
minded, friendly5 "Ienny"5 "Ski"5 Always knitting socks,
Varsity Hockey 1, 2, 35 Varsity Basketball l, Z, 35 Girls Varsity Club 35
G.A,A. 15 Band 1, 2, 35 Press Club 2.
"Buddy"5 torch singer5 Doris?5 Harvey Cedarsg neat dresser5 Marple New-
town game5 enthusiastic gunner?5 surf iisher5 southpaw5 basketball.
Tumbling 15 Surveying 25 Sports Club 2, 35 Baseball 2.
IAMES F. KATTINGE
"1ke"5 "Bones"5 "Chesterfield Kid"5 flashey socks5 girl shy5 always late5
dreamer5 typing speed demon, quiet5 attracts b1ondes5 that winning
smile5 likes Trig.
Boys Hi-Y 1.
DENHAM A. KELSEY
Dried Apricotsg that southern drawlg Fred Astaire, Ir.?5 sometimes brokeg
horse lover: English class filibusterg handsome smiley cock-a-doodle-doog
chief hound and fly catcher.
Non Pareil 35 Press Club 35 Senior Play 3g Tumbling Club 2, 3g Band 2, 3,
IACK M. KETRICK
Early to bedg early to riseg gasoline tycoong Ocean Cityg careful driver?g
neat dresserg ahl that smile: tops in athleticsg blonds or brunettes?
Football 1, 2, 35 Baseball l, 2, 35 Iayvee Basketball 2g Varsity Basketball
35 Varsity Club l, 2, 35 Sports Club 3.
WALTER H. LINDSAY
"Tweet"g streamline: strictly a shy guy around the girlsg what is behind
that smile-?g where is that tag?g want an oyster?g neatg football fiendg
Bridge Club 2, 35 Varsity Club 35 Varsity Football 2, 3.
DONALD R. LOMAS
Money mang Ioannieg partiesg those 3 nightsg humorousg friendlyg Carlg
likes working with figures?g that last gameg those holidaysg those late
Office Practice 35 Press Club 31 Non Pareil 37 Bridge Club 35 Class Treas-
IOSEPH S. LUGLIO
"Bo-Bo"5 smooth dancer5 Hi-ya Iudge5 faithful manager5 swell disposi-
tion5 the best ct everythingp those high tenor chords5 one swell fellow.
Varsity Club 1, 2, 35 Football l, 2, 35 Football Manager 35 Sr. Chorus 1,
Z, 35 Boys Quartet 25 Leader Corps 25 Student Council-Vice President 3.
MARY HELEN MAISENHELDER
Wallingford . ,
Maisie5 there's something about Media5 My man5 Parlez-vous francais?
day dreamer5 giggles5 tirey temper5 back-stage jitters.
Intramurals l, 25 Basketball I, 25 Sr. Chorus 1, 2, 35 Dancing 25 Non Pareil
35 G.A.A, 1, 2.
CARLOTA BROOMALL MASON
Talent galore5 cheerful persona1ity5 that smile5 quiet5 good hearted.
Art Club lg Gift Club 25 Shop lp Bridge Club 1.
DORXS E. MASON
"Petey"5 studious5 quiet5 blushes5 shy??5 chemistry whiz5 that word study5
Social Living brain5 pals with Myra.
Sr. Chorus 2, 35 Non Pareil 35 Bridge Club 25 Ballroom Dancing 2.
Cute as a minute, glamour clothes, sparkling eyes and mile-long eye
lashes, personality plus, loves good dancers, hockey, friend to all.
Sr. Chorus 2, 3, G.A.A. l, 2, Girls Varsity Club 3, Press Club 1, 2, I.V.
Hockey Z, 3, Varsity Cheerleader l, 2, 3, Senior Plays.
V. IOAN MCCURDY
Fashionable clothes, trouble learning to drive, tennis fiend, blonde, those
jokesll, Chesterlielcls, glamour girl, cute, strictly career woman?
Dramatics: l, 2, 3, Press Club 3, Photography 3.
CHARLES C. MERVINE
Charlie, sharp dancer, side remarks in class, wolf, some temperl, makes
dentist appointments on any school day, no worries or troubles, special
privileges in llllll.
Art club 2.
ST. CLAIR MILBURN
Dazzling smile, novel lover, French trip to New York! QSay Lieutenantlj,
loves to tease, scrumptious complexion, comic book lover.
Ballroom Dancing 2, Dramatics 2, 3.
FRANCES E. MORGAN
Frannieg adores Scottiesg blondex, prefers a certain brand, giddyg a his-
tory brain, attractive dresser, willowyg nail polish: short skirts: strollsg
sophisticatedg critical, hair styles.
Dramatics 1, Shop lg Sr. Chorus 2, Twirling 25 G.A.A. 25 Intramural Hockey
2, Non Pareil 3, Photography 3.
ELIZABETH H. PAGE
Shorthand lover, hard worker, that laugh, crazy about sweets, goodness:
loves to be teased, friendly, Lizzy, those football gamesl!
Gift Club lg Office Practice 2, 35 Sr. Chorus l, 2, 3.
PERRY O. PARMELEE. IR.
California, Plymouth lover, Babsg sticky fingers, friendly, will power, listen
to those remarks, a fighting democrat.
Football 1, 2, 35 Varsity Club 2, 3.
Greasy, our great center, English brain?g happy-go-lucky, wolfish grin,
friendly, full of fun, good sport, that green sweaterg likes to eat, what a
walkllp capable stage hand. '
Varsity Club 3, Sports Club 2, 35 Intramurals l, Z5 Football l, 2, 3
ldolizes Peteg excited easilyg whiz at wingg shortyg grandma of the classy
lriendlyp bobby sox5 loves to danceg snappy dresser5 those ignorant
Senior boys5 Dorrie.
C1.A.A. l, 25 Varsity Club 35 Dancing l5 Twirling 25 Varsity Hockey l, 2, 35
I.V. Basketball l, 25 I.V. Cheering Z5 Varsity Cheering 35 Sr. Chorus l, 2,
35 Non Pareil 3.
VVILLIAM T. POLLOCK
- - lazy gring oh, that green trucklg going to be a farmer5 friendly5
adores children and dogsg would rather leave Spanish alone.
Varsity Club 35 Football 35 Baseball 2.
lpana Smileg latest styles in clothesg smooth complexion5 good natured5
friendly5 4-H Clubg Al fl-laml.
Photography 35 Square Dancing 35 Aeronotics 3.
DORIS M. REED
All for N.P.5 super hockey manager5 Swish5 basketball5 good sport5 Italian
sandwiches and picklesg Readyg Spanish at lunch.
I.V. Basketball l, 25 Press Club 2, 35 Student Council 2, 35 Non Pareil 35
Girls' Varsity Club 35 Varsity Hockey Manager 35 Varsity Basketball 3.
MYRA RUTH RIDGEWAY
Can usually be seen with Dorisp laughs at anything5 bright light in Social
Living class5 snappy dresser5 one of the gals.
Ballroom Dancing 25 Bridge Club 35 Spanish Club 35 Gift Club l.
WILLIAM W. RUMFORD. IR.
Doc5 daily Dog House visits5 coffee fiend5 dig out specialist steel nerves5
rides around in anything made by Ford Motor Company5 great little guy.
Non Pareil 35 Sport Club 3.
Little Russian5 famous for her strut5 whiz at shorthand and typewritingg
good secretary5 cute accent5 tiny5 smiles5 Mack.
Press Club 2, 35 Sr. Chorus lg Office Practice lp Dramatics 35 Photography
F. BARRY SIMMONS, IR.
Those witty remarksp our slugging outfielder5 always in Rotary5 our own
track star5 really a nice guy5 lives in the Hollow.
Baseball l, 2, 35 Varsity Club 2, 35 Student Council 35 Non Pareil-Busi-
ness Manager 35 I-lomeroom President 25 Class Vice President 2.
Sarcasticg Plymouth loverp quietg Miss Leonard??g those absences??g friend
of Dennys'g nice dispositiong pleasant smiley friendly.
Surveying 25 Bridge 35 Basketball-Manager 2: Football-Manager 2.
RODNEY K. SMITH
Smittyg thre letter man: razzle dazzle on basketball courtg winning pitcherp
good man on the "T"g travels about in a fast Hudsong homework always
prepared: works hard in algebra class.
I.V. Football lg I.V. Basketball lg Varsity Football l, 2, 37 Varsity Basket-
ball 2, 35 Varsity Baseball l, 25 Varsity Club 1, 2, 35 Vice-President of
ELIZABETH W. SPENCER
Uniq-ue decoratorg teacher or artist: P. M. C.: faithful violin: crazy about
clothesg Pepsodent smiley clevery please translate.
Sr. Chorus l, 2, 35 Square Dancing 1, 31 G.A.A. 2g Orchestra l, 2, Sp Band
and Twirling 2, 35 I.V. Hockey lg I.V. Basketball 1. ,
THOMAS MOORE STABLER
Fond of hunting: raiser of prize bantarn chickensg curly hairy likes to get
more game in season than Bridgeg gentlemang baseball fang Maryland:
swell fellow: southpaw.
Band 1, 2, 3: Sr. Chorus 2, 3: Boys Quartet 2, 3: Photography Club lg
I.V. Basketball lg I.V. Baseball 1, 25 Game Club 1.
WARREN C. STEELE
Bob: buyer and seller of use-d cars5 one of Char1ie's boys5 always chew-
ing on Sen Sen5 work-hound5 weed fiend5 Hey! Frank5 neat convertible5
cackles at jokes.
Non Pareil 3: Sport Club 2, 3.
MARY ELLEN TORRIS
Quiet5 reserved5 well mannered5 pleasing disposition5 friendly to all5
lrish5 chic1ets5 "Buicks"5 naive5 well established5 devlish.
Office Practice 35 Sr. Chorus l, 2, 35 Press Club 35 Ballroom Dancing l5
Non Pareil 3.
IACK I. WEARE
Wearie5 fire ball5 in everything5 great athlete5 letter man in all sports:
expert catcher5 the President5 Bobo's buddy5 swell personality5 great
speaker in Mr. Klinefs class.
Varsity Basketball 1, 25 Varsity Football l, 25 Varsity Baseball l, 25 Stu-
dent Council 2, 3--President-35 Varsity Club 1. 2, 3-President 35 Sr.
Chorus 1, Z, 35 Sport Club Z, 3.
IEAN SHIRLEY WEIR
Studious5 quiet5 debator5 Lucy5 Muchas Gracias5 smal'l5 cute: full ol pep5
10070 for N.P.5 musically minded5 drives like mad5 language specialist.
G.A.A. l5 I.V. Hockey 15 Varsity Hockey 25 Girls Varsity C1-ub 35 Sr. Chorus
l, 2, 35 Sextette l, 35 Trio 35 Band 15 Twirling l, 2, 35 Dramatics 15 Debat-
ing Team 2, 35 Non Pareil 35 Class Secretary 3.
Mar-gieg cuteg terrillc .amileg a fellow needs a qirl, interested in Mediag
vis1ts there frequently, one of the famous Yeager clang always with Mary
Basketball l, 2, 35 Hockey 2, 3g GAA, 25 Non Pareil 3g lntramural Sportfx
RICHARD CHARLES SICKLER. IR.
'Nice Kidwg pals with Stablerg those lunch time tripsp "Bass singermlg
Chevvy loverllg "Brain"g shyg quietg lackadalsxcal
Boyz: Quartet 35 S11 Chorus 3g Press Club 3
Edith L, Lenoard, Frank A
NETHER PRQVIDENCE CHAPTER
THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Robert Buxbaum lean Weir Henry Ingram
The National Honor Society was founded in 1921. The Nether Providence
Chapter was organized in the year 1946-1947.
The object of the Nether Providence Chapter of the National Honor Society
is to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render-
service, to promote Worthy leadership, and to encourage the development of
character in the pupils of our school.
Candidates eligible to this chapter shall be on the honor roll during the
Sophomore and lunior years at least three marking periods yearly, One of
these must be the final marking period. Candidates eligible to election at the
end of the first semester in the Senior year shall be on the honor roll the sec-
ond report period. This scholastic level of achievement shall remain fixed,
and shall be the required scholastic achievement for admission to candidacy
for membership in this chapter and all pupils Who can rise in scholarship to
or above such standard level shall be admitted to candidacy for election to
For Leadership all candidates for National Honor Society membership
must have at least 2U honor points yearly during the Sophomore and Iunior
years, an-d 15 points for the first semester of the senior year.
The names of the candidates eligible for membership to the National
Honor Society shall be submitted to the high school faculty who shall vote on
their character and service qualifications.
Active Membership Graduate Membership
Robert Buxbaum Harriet Diem
Henry Ingram Mich Kobayashi
lean Weir Warren Mulloy
Uhlj. I,E, '47
Jw? 9' H Q
studious but swell
pile ot books
protecting the flowers
his fights with Flogaus
little red car
chuckle and pompadour
his utter abandon
wine, women, song
one particular type of ilower
third period study
for heavens sake
Yeah, I did
speeding? ? ?
Oh! Shut up!
Meeting will please come to order
Think you're something?
Is that right?
Oh, darn it
Ya' don't say
Aw, git outa here
that's a crock of stuti
I don't believe it
O, good gravy
Cheese n' crackers
"Ski" at end of words
I-low about that!
hurrying to class
Miss Leonard's room
in a blue Ford streak
everywhere with Shep
doing homework with Lindsay
with the gang
playing bridge in 213
in a certain drug store
those Philly tours
with a new girl
St. Clair Milbourn
Mary E. Torris
N OTED PCR
low chemistry marks
her boy friends
big brown eyes
smart remarks? ?
her blond hair
those car decorations
a big wardrobe
that new look
P. M. C.
cats and cars
Oh, you mess
Oh, you lucky girl!
Don't know, do you?
Hi ya' kid
Darn it I know
Oh, for heaven's sake
Aw, Shut up
Oh, don't be silly
Anyone have the chemistry done?
7 come II
Gosh darn it
lt's the law
Oh, I did not
The meeting will come to order
in cafeteria -
with St. Clair
Garden City Store
in that green jacket
over the bunk
with the gang
grinning from ear 'to ear
P. M. C.
Slaving over English
in the parking lot
at the piano
browsing in Media
Most Likelynto Succeed
Mary Ellen Torris
St. Clair Milburn
St. Clair Milburn
President ..... ..,., W illiam Prouty
Vice President . . .... Bichard Shaw
Secretary .... , . ,Anne Boyer
Treasurer . . . . . . Boss Lewis
First Bow: I. Cocchi, F. Tretter, S. Goodchild, P. Citrenbaum, G. Holt, M. Algoe.
Second Bow: H. Hudsor1ffSponsor, I. Byan, S. Citrenloaum, A. Boyer, B. Shaw,
W. Prouty, B. Lewis, I. Olson, S. Damon, D. Beynolds, G. KlineeSponsor. Third
Bow: I. Vercoe, D. Weatherby, M. Manning, B. Cullum, D. Blake, A. Lutz, L.
Pascale, V. Kryworuka, I. Cullum, M. Bice, I. Phelps, D. Schureman. Fourth
Bow: A. Sisk, B. Van Winkle, B. Bowers, B. Sweeney, I. Saunders, A. Powell,
B. Stubbs, T. Camper, E. McFall, T. Iohnson, T. Griffiths, B. Bussell, I. Larkin.
Fifth Bow: E. Graham, B. Mulloy, N, Locke, V. Psonak, D. Dannaker, E. Peck
I. Knight, I. Sjoberg, Z. Kranztelder, N. Fritz, C. Copper, C. Black. Sixth Bow:
H. Donaway, B. Simpers, D. Megronigle, H. Tracy, C. Sullivan, I. Dalton, G
Montgomery, G. Weiss, C. Shatter, L. Iohnson, G. Coogan, L. Fulton, B
I, A . 24
- an A -.-
SUPHU UHE El.. S5
President .... . .. George Sakers
Vice President . . . .,.., Fred Ferrari
Secretary . ,,., Boberta Peters
Treasurer .4i.. Bdward Kluka
First Bowx M. King, L. Iohnson, C. Opdenaker, N. Beebe, B. Hunter, B. Cana
van, B. Iohnson, I. Bice, E. Davis, N. Federchok. Second Bow: E. Wilkinson-
Sponsor, E. Weiss, I. McCormick, C. Dannaker, B, Bhodes, B. Peters, F. Ferrari
G Sakers, E. Kluka, C. Lewis, B. Bradley, D. Lance, F. Birney, A. Bowland-
Sponsor, M. Wandless Sponsor. Third Bow: E. Kattinge, I. Wright, E. Olson
I. Armstrong, A. Simonds, D. Sweeney, I. Pascale, T. Pascale, I. Holl, V. Bow-
rnan, I. Coslett, K. Clark, I. Hamilton. Fourth Bow: B. Wright, B. Sakers, D
Mooney, M. Gumrnel, M. Young, P. Snidernan, I. Mercadante, B. Warrington
E. Butz, G. Moat, O. Mann, S. Hollingsworth, N. Sickler. Filth Bow: E. Bomo
G Gobourn, I. Bledsoe, T. Phelps, B. Edwards, W. Hawkins, L. McGowan, A
Psonak, A. Stephens, D. Davies, I. McDougal, D. Kudish, D. McKee, D. Beam
Sixth Bow: G Powell, B. Degler, D. Slack, B. Boon, M. Davis, I. Natale
H. Pierce, D. Carpenter, B. lnlardesty, B. Hedrick, B. Alaoe.
Dorloy , .. . . O l NP.
Morple Newtown 2 3 NP.
Springfield . .. l 4 NP.
ljddystone . l 3 NP.
Collinqdcile U 9 NP.
Medici . .. . . 2 2 ll P.
Clifton l-leiglits l 2 NP.
Swortliinore .. U 3 N P.
lf'ir.'t Row' A. Boyer, P. McCciin, N. Iorden, D. Plcitt, N. Beebe. Second Row: D. Reed rndn
trier, S llrmion, N Fritz, D Dornnolcer, N Locke, B Miilloy, M Willioiiisson, K Horner
J 3 I "N
First Row, l. Coslett, E. Olson, V. Bowrndn, C. Lewis, D. Mooney, M. Berclcrnczn
A Larson, .I Pdscole, I. Mdtthews, D. Weotlierby. Second Row: H. Pierce, L.
Hdrper, E. Weiss, I. Trdcy, P. Snideincin, I, Currie, Z. Kroinztelder, S. Williom
son, M. Gumrnel, M. Dorvis. Third Rowx D. l:leedfMonoger, K. l-loIrrnerfCocicri
Dorby . . . . . . . 2
Moirple Newtown .. l
Springfield .. . ... l
Eddystone . . O
Collingdole . U
Medio . . . . . U
Clifton Heiohtrs .... U
Swortlfiniore . l
Firszt Row K Hcrrrrter-Conch Seuoncl Row: N Inrflen, B Mulloy, M Y'T'CIfIfIF, Tnirfl HOV.
I7 Mooney, ll Frttz, N l.f3c:l:f2, ll Reel, lj lkxnnfllcez, A Boyer'
l1r.1t How: L Mv7C,1owf1n, M licrclctztrxrl, lu, Heynolfwsa, H lime, Cf Afftun, l.f Gzfxltfmt, l'3 Morrlx
Sezonfl Row. B Shaw, M. Rice, G. Winterboltom, I. Pasccqle, lj. Olson, I. Olson. Tltircl How
K Hurzver-Comcli, I. Tracy, G, Mcfxt, M Yonna, S. Klnq, M Gunnnel, Z Krcxnzlelfler. Fourth
Row: A. Bentley, A l..c1rson,P.l.ind,sUy,S. Willirdtttzwon, O. MGnn,I Mason
Scores l 947-48
Eddystone ,. .
Springfield . ..
Sharon Hill .
First Row: C. Kane-Head Coach. Second Row: I. Gurnrnel, I. Ketrick, R. Shaw, D. Me
gronigle. Third Row: R. Hays, T. Iohnson-Manager, E. Burn, W. Prouty. Fourth Row L
Trout-Assistant Coach, A. Stephens, R. Smith, R. Van Winkle, K. Shaffer, G. Kline-Faculty
Moncrger, B. Iohnson-Mon ager.
C' AW T
First Row: A. Stephens-Manager, N. Beebe, R Beebe, ,C Opdenaker, B Iohnsonelvfan-
ager. Second Row: D. McKee, R. Babe. Third Row: L. Trout-Coach, E. Klulca, B. Smith,
I. Bledsoe, T. Iohnson4Monager.
Eddystone ....... 32
Sharon Hill . .
Springfield . .
Springfield. . .
Sharon Hill ....
P11111 Row' S. Dmnon, M I'1QYCkIT1f7Tl, U. PMN, I Phelpa, E Olson, M Gumme-1. Second Row.
N Lofkfe P Mr'Cf1in fl Ifwfien
H Kc:ir1,G WiTlfCFbOtlO1Il,I Tracy, C Acton, T Andrukonis
Fir.st Row. C. Sullivan, D. Carpenter-manager, W. Lindsay, T. lohnson-manager, l. Luglio
-head manager, H. Beulah-manager, C. Opdenaker, B. lohnson-manager, R. Algoe.
Second Row: L. Trout-Assistant Coach, C. Kanevhead Coach, B, Van Winkle, B, Russell,
B. Pollock, R. Smith, B. Hays, P. Parinelee, R. Bowers, B. Prouty, l. Gurnmel, G. Kline-
Paculty Manager, C. Haupt-Director of Athletics. Third Row: E. Kluka, B. Smith, l. Larkin,
B. Pascale, l, Opdenaker, H lngrarn, B. Srnith, B. Rhodes, l. Ketrick. Fourth Row: R. Hunter,
l, Natale, D. Megronigle, H Tracy, D, Shaw, T. Phelps, B. Sirnpers, I. Cocchi.
Scores l947-48 l. V Scored l947-48
Yeadon . ...... 7 18 NP. Yeadon U
Swarthmore , ..., l5 U N P. Swarthmore . . . Zl
Springtield . . . U Z6 NP. Springfield . . l9
Spring City , . ... l3 40 N.P Media . .. ... 13
Upper Chichester .. 0 20 NP Sharon Hill .. . 7
A. I. DuPont ... . .. U 39 N P.
Media . . ., t9 7 NP.
Marple Newtown . U 33 NP.
l'ii.st ltow: lj Platt, I, Fccleicholc, H Dealer, VV Ienkin.s, L. Fulton, li Sirnperzz, C. Opdenaker
B. Stirricli. Second Row: I Cochran, B. Iohnson-manager, M. Sapovitz-manager, I. Weare
I. Ketrick, B. Buroughs, D. Mearonigle, E. Davis, B, Oxenforrl, I. Thompson. Third Row: L
Trout-coach, E, Van Deusen, B, Burk, I. Gumrnel, G, Sakerss, R. Smtih, B, Hays, M. Sakers,
E Burn, D. Longbine, B Pollock, B Van Winlcle, B. Simmons, H. Tracy, C. Haupt-eHead
Coach. Fourth Row: F. Berckrnan-Manager, L. Iohnson, T. Stabler, B Buxbaurn, B. Bradley
G Kline--Faculty Manager, I Larkin, B. Hawkins, G. Cobourn, C-1. Weiss-Manager.
Sharon Hill .....
Yeadon . . ,
Clifton Heiqht.s ..
Sharon Hill ...
Yeadon , ..... .
Clifton Height: .
Darby Ir. High ....,.... 7 l NP
Darby Ir. High ,. 3 13 N P
Sinedly Ir. High . l 2 N.P
Chester I. V. ..... ... 9 O N.P
Srnedley Ir High ....,. 2 l N.P
Marple Newtown I, V.. .. 5 l8 N P.
Snacly Bank ,....,..... 4 H N.P
Marple Newtown I. V., .. 4 3 N Pl
Darby Ir. High ...... .. 4 2 N.P
Yeadon 2 Nether Providence 4
K wif, '
. 5 1
H E. .a. I
by Nancx Moore
Our play this year was said by many to have been the finest but if you
didn't see it yourself, better for you to ask your neighbor rather than have me
try to shower praise upon it. A word to say that any praise was hard earned
as any of the cast will tell you, with little grernlins sitting in the first row, def
fective buzzers, civil strife among the actors itself and the general nervousness
of any cast. '
Synopsis briefs of the story arei Susan Townsend, The lead has looked
forward to her sixteenth birthday for as long as she can remember. But when
the great day comes along with her birthday dance, being sixteen turns out
to be hideously the opposite of all she dreamed.
Susan has done her job too well in the matter of coaching poor Lucy
Macon, the Ugly Duckling who has never had a beau or been to a dance.
In Susan's dress, parroting Susan's line, Lucy also acquires Susan's boy-
friend-and everybody else's. This, plus a devastating "college man," who
comes to the party is the spring-board for all manner of embroilment and
altercation. Susarfs very modern mother and father have their troubles too.
One grave mistake they make is in criticizing the manners, the dress, and the
dancing of their three children. ln an hilarious scene the offspring show up
their parents for what they were twenty years ago.
STANLEY A. BQORSE
CAST CF CHARACTERS
. . .Patty McCain
. . .Denny Kelsey
. . .Henry lngram
. . .Nancy Iarden
. . .Anna Bentley
. ,Evans Burn
. . . .Doris Reed
Stage Manager . . . . . . . . Donald Lomae
Stage Hands I Cummel, B. Pascale, B. Rumford W Steel
Prompter . . . . . . . lanet Pullman
First Bow: I. M. GottsliallfDireCtor, S. Damon, B, Degler, M. Maisenlielder,
I. Vlfeare, G. Coogan, D. Shaw, C. Lewis, B. Hardesty, L. McGowan, E. Davis.
Second Bow: D. Mason, M. Davis, D. Platt, K. Clark, A. Lutz, B Kattinge, I.
Weir, P. McCain, H. Pierce, N. Beebe. Third Bow: P. Coppoclc, G. Weiss, I.
Luglio, B. Bradley, B. Buxbaum, D. Siclcler, B. Hays, B. Stubbs, B. Bhodes, B,
Hawkins, T. Iohnson. Fourth Bow: E. Page, A. Bentley, S. Citrenbaum, M.
Torris, O. Mann, M. Berclcrnan, D. Mooney, B. Sakers, A. Blocliberger, F. Birney,
A. Simonds, M. Hubler. Filtli Bow: B. Peck, I, Mercadante, I. Knight, C. Dane
naker, D. Lance, H. Harte, A, Boyer, B Colwourn, V. Psonak, Z. Kranzlolder,
B. Sickler, P. Coppock, A. Bent-
ley, T. Stabler, H. Harte, B.
Buxbaurn, A. Blochberger, E.
Spencer, I. Weir, A. Lutz, K.
First Bow: I. Olson, B. Graham, B. Spencer, C. Black, I, Weir, E. Peck, B. Sakers,
B. Mulloy, H, Barlow. Second Bow: B. Hardesty, W. Meyer, D, Spence, K..
Clark, T. Pascale, I. McCormick, I. Holl, M. Harris, D. Meil, D. Kelsey. Third
Bow: A. Boyer, B, Stevenson, B. Lewis, B. Sweeney, B. Hays, B. Buxloaum, A.
Powell, I. Dalton, B. Boan, E. Weiss. Fourtli Bow: M. Williamson, F. Ferrari,
N. Iarden, B. Hunter, I. Currie, G. Goodchild, N. Fritz, H. lngrani, H. Batten,
D. Lock, M. Larson, B. Hedrick, C. Lewis.
First Bow: B. Spencer, D. Kudisli, P. Craig, K. Clark, B. Sweeney. Second Bow:
S. Gregory, M. Harris, I. Dalton, A, Larson, B. Hedrick, W. Hardesty. Tliird
Bow: D. Williams, N. Wentz, I. Coslett, M. Furman, E. Weiss, B. Lewis, B. Boan,
A. Powell. Fourth Bow: M. Gotslriall' -Director, D. Locke, H. Patterson, N. Sick-
ler, D, Dannaker, B. Shaw.
STUDENT COUN C
President . . .A.... lohn We
Vice President , . .loseph Lu
Secretary .....e,,. Helen H1
Treasurer . ..., George W
ln front: I. Weare, First How: I. Luglio, H. Harte, G. Weiss, A. Bentley, G. Kline
efFaculty Advisor. Second Row: N. Beebe, V. Bowman, H Simpers, S. Damon,
R. Howarth. Third Row: E. McFall, B, Hawkins, B. Simmons. Fourth Row: I,
Currie, H. Tracy, D. Mooney, B. White, H. Hasson, D. Heed.
First How: R. Surrick, S. Hayes, L. lohnson, W. Stephens. Second How:
Thompson, B. Glenn, F. Reynolds, l. Tracy, C. Gray-Faculty Advisor. Thii
How: L. Lindsay, G. Winterbottom, B. Shatter, B, Wright, B. Williams, I. Titc
ner. Fourth How: C, Cassidy, G. Hassmussen, R. Steele, B. Smith, E. Wright.
President .... . .Fred Reynolds
Vice President. .lack Thompson
Secretary ......... losie Tracy
Treasurer . . . Carolyn Cassidy
,tor-in-Chief . ,Henry lngram
First Row: N. Beebe, M. Huioler, I. Weir, F. Morgan, P. English, D. Reed, I.
Currie, M. Anderson, G. Ewart. Second Bow: D. Lomas, B. Bridge, B. Simmons,
D. Kelsey, B. Pollock, F. Berckman, W. Steele, H. Ingram, B. Bumtord, P. Selig-
Sponsor. Third Bow: P. McCain, D. Platt, L. Collier, M. Berckman, N. Iarden,
M Torris, E. Cobourn, A, Blochloerger, M. Yeager, M. Maisenhelder, D. Mason
'st Bow: B. Algoe, G. Holt, L. Iohnson. Second Bow: S. Damon, D. Shaw, D.
red, B. Buxbaurn, A. Bentley, G. Weiss, P. Snideman. Third Row: A. Row-
sid-Sponsor, B. Show, M. Simchock, A. Lutz, I. Holl, G. Ewart, M. Bice, I.
son. Fourth Bow: E. Peck, D. Kelsey, T. Iohnson, B. Sickler, D. Lomas, B.
nwarth, I. Sjoberg, Fifth Bow: M. Berckman, A. Boyer, A. Blochberger, M.
rris, I. Currie, I. McCurdy, H. Harte, S. Citrenloaum.
Editor-in-Chief . .Bob Buxbaum
Assistant Editor. .George Weiss
Feature Editor ..... Doris Reed
Iunior High Editor . , Bea Shaw
First Row: W. Pascale, W. Lindsay, R. Shaw, W. Flogaus, l-l. Beulah. Second
Rowi C. KanefSponsor, I. Gumrnel, E. Burn, I. Weare, W. Prouty, I. Ketrick,
G. Sakers. Third Row: I. Cocchi, T. Phelps D. Megronigle, R. Simpers, R. Bur-
roughs, I. Federchok, L. Iohnson. Fourth Row: R. Van Winkle, W. Pollock, P.
Parmelee, R. l-lays, R. Bowers, R, Smith. Filth Row: H. Tracy, H. lngram, F
Berckman, G. Weiss, I. Luglio, B, Simmons.
First Row: M. Berckrnan, N. Beeloe, N, larden, N. Fritz, I-. Olson. Second Row
E. Cobourn, B. Mulloy, D. Dannaker, D. Reed, N. Locke, K. l-larmer-Sponsor
Third Row: P. McCain, D, Platt, A. Boyer, S. Damon, I. Phelps.
First Bow: I. Thorn, I. Weare, B. Poscale, I. Echternach-Sponsor, T. Griffiths
W Steele, H. Hasson. Second Bow: B. Rhodes, D. Kudish, I. Gummel, F. Berck-
man, I. Kattinge, B. Bradley, B. William, P. Coppock. Third Bow: B. Canovan
B. Degler, W. Ienkins, B. Bridge, A. Stephens, B. Burroughs, B. Bumtord, H
Harper, I. Federchok.
Birst Bow: P. Royce, I. Natale. Second Bow: B. Megonegal -Sponsor, H. Worrell,
D. Morgan, I. Bice, I. Wilroy. Third Bow: B. Zimmerman, E. Davis, C. Opde-
iaker, D. Spence, B. Brown, D. Gregory. Fourth Bow: B. Edwards, L. Scheidt,
3. Bradley, B. Stevenson, D. Davies.
new f 1h Wnmnm.
First Row: S. Rice, H. Massey, B. Pierce, S. McGowan, I. Vercoe, I. Phelps, M.
Malinowski, L. Lindsay E. Hunter. Second Row: P. SeligfSponsor, G. Ewart,
E. Young, M. Manning, I. Cullum, I. Pascale, D. Iohnson, I. Coombes, A. Lind-
say. Third Row: E. Butz, H. Brzoski, I. Pullman, I. Currie, B. Spencer, I. Pollock,
B. Wright, V. Psonak, E. Wright. Fourth Howi M, Carroll, S. Citrenbaum, V.
Kryworuka, A. Psonak, C. Copper, Cf. Moat, L. Pascale, B. Cullum, D. Reye
nolds, D. Perks.
First Row: S. Boorse-Sponsor, M, Davis, T, Iohnson, B. Buxloaum, B. Hardesty
A. Boyer, G. Coogan. Second Row: St. C. Milburn, K. Clark, I. Holl, D Blake
D. Sweeney, C. Lewis, D. Weatherby, I. Coslett. Third How: B. Hedrick, C Dan
naker, M. Young, Z, liranztelder, E. Peck, I. Sjoloerg N. Locke, I. McCormick
F. Ferrari. Fourth How. H. Peters, H. Cuttler, A. Simonds, H. Harte, S. Hollings
worth, E. Weiss, A. Blochloerger, I. McCurdy, L. McGowan, T. Pascale
First Row: D. Blcilce, G. Ewcrrt. Second Row: M. Mornning E Page C Copper
E Wilkinson-f-Sponsor, I. Knight, I, Cullum, M, Torri M l-lulole-r D lomcv: L
Posccrle, V. Kryworuko.
Second Row: H, Pierce, A, Simondfs, C, Dcxnnczlcer, L, Collier, I. Wriglit.
First Row: O. Monn, D, Mooney, M, Wondless Sponsor, lj. Butz, D. Lunccf
First Row: D. McKee, V. Bowman, F. MaderfS1oonsor, F. Kattinge, K. Smith.
Second Row: N. Iarden, D. Lomas, R. Roan, A. March, I. Kattinge, N. Beebe,
B. Warrington. Third How: E. Burn, C. Mason, l-l. Beulah, D. Slack, W. Lindsay,
M. Ridgeway, W, Winterloottom, B. Stubbs.
First Row: F. Conley, G. Cobourn. Second Row: l-l. Brzoski, M. Berckman,
Morgan, R. Edwards, l. Pullman, I. McCurdy, F. Birney, L. Fulton, C. Mor
aomery. Third Row: T. Camper, R. Megonegale- Sponsor, I. Branson, B. Algc
H Tomlinson, I. Natale, B. Woodvfard, M. King, F. Bonsell.
First Row: B. Alqoe, I. Thorn. Second Row: W. Russell, A. Sisk, F, Berckinon
C. Fwori, H. Donowoy, H. Hofsson, W. Wilkinson Sponsor.
First How: A. Luiz, M. Young, L. McGowan, l. Phelps, H. Hudson Sporiraor.
Second How: G. Holt, A. Boyer, S, Ciirenloouni, H. Horie, S. Dcrinon, G. Cooqon.
Martha Anderson, better known as "Marty", leaves her "clothes sense"
to Nan Locke. Since Marie Gummel's vocal chords are beginning to wear out,
"Toot" Berckman has decided to will Marie her "extra pair." Bob Buxbaum
has left George Weiss his flare for doing a million things at once, and Bill
Bridge leaves 'his guns an-d dogs to Bob Van Winkle.
Nicky Federchok will be kept busy the next few years since Iohnny F. has
left him his reputation to live up to. Nicky, however, will ,not be the only busy
one for Bob Hays has willed his Extra Curricular Activities to Dick Shaw.
Denny Kelsey, the notorious box office attraction, bequeathed his vocal
chords to Bill Russell on the condition that Bill joins the "Kelsey Ketch'm Club."
lack Ketrick has left Ross Lewis his station wagon, complete with a book of
free tickets, and Donal-d Lomas, the typing wizard, leaves his L. C. Smith to
Ann Blochberger wills her bobb-pins and hair-do styles to Doris Dan-
naker and Doris Reed has decided to give Ieanie Olson a "boost in 1ife" by
leaving her 5 or 6 inches of height. Elsie Cobourn leaves her "mid-'day
jaunts" and a free booklet on applying the brakes to Nancy Fritz. Ioan
McCurdy bestows her fashionable wardrobe upon Barbara Mulloy an-d so
Blair Smith won't have to wait for the PTC, Bill Bumford wills him two or
three polished Mercuries.
Hoyt Beulah leaves his love of Rice Krispies to Louis Iohnson. Bo-Bo
Luglio wills his position as "judge" to enthusiastic juryman Henry Tracy and
Rodney Smith leaves his championship-form to Bob Simpers. Ioe Gummel
wills several columns in the Chester Times to Dan Megronigle during foot-
ball season and Dorie Platt leaves her stick-work to Meredith Williamson.
Margie Yeager wills her position on varsity basketball plus those weekly
trips to Media to Leona McGowan, and Mary Maisenhelder leaves her antics
in class to lack Cocchi. Iack Weare leaves his "curly toupee" to Bob Ander-
son arid Nancy Beebe wills her petite size to Bob Bowers. Teddy Griffiths be-
queaths to Bob Stubbs his old Math papers along with his plaigerized edition
Bill Pollock leaves his pickup truck to Iohn Ryan, and Iim Kattinge leaves
his "excused absences" to Esther Peck. Tommy Stabler wills his enthusiasm
for 8 o'clock bmd practice to Sonny Goodchild and Henry Ingram leaves his
"hours of study" to Anne Boyer. Peggy English wills her drawing ability to
lean Pascale and Ianet Pullman leaves her "cover girl smile" to Iane Knight.
Carlota Mason leaves her cleverness as an artist to Garth Coogan and
her sister Doris bequeaths to Marie Manning her interest in civic
aftairs. Paul Coppock has willed his "base spot" in the Boys Quarter to
Terry Iohnson and lane Currie leaves her walk to Audrey Lutz.
Frances Morgan bequeaths her patience in creating new hair-doos to
Elizabeth Graham and Frank Berckman leaves his spontaneous remarks to
Iack Larkin. Clara Copper has been willed Elizabeth Page's shorthand abil-
ity which includes ten periods of tree explanation.
Bill Pascale leaves his green sweater to any junior Irishman and Leah
Collier wills her notes fclass preparationl to Dottie Weatherby. Charlie
Mervine leaves his bashfulness to Bob Sweeney. Tweet Lindsay leaves his
cosmetics and gadgets on initiation day to Carl Sullivan.
Martha Simchock wills her peppy personality to Ed McFa1l and Barry
Simmons wills his introspective manner to Dottie Schureman. Dick Sickler be-
queaths to Richard Howarth his talent to make the gals swoon and Evans
Burn leaves his presidency to unsuspecting Bill Prouty.
Bob Burroughs has surrendered his "temporary understanding of English"
to lean Coslett. Patty McCain wills her cute clothes and eyelashes to Carol
Black and Myra Ridgeway bequeaths her gracefulness to Zoe Kranzfelder.
St. Clair Milbourn wills her "resolutions to diet" to Sally Damon and Nancy
Iarden has left her fame as an athlete to Miss Leonard.
Walter Ienkins wills his pompadour to several faculty members whose
hair lines have taken on the appearance of Studebakers. Helen Brzoski has
willed "Goofy" her diamond so he can really tease the girls. Harry Harper
bequeaths to Bill Algoe his shyness and to Pete Citrenbaum, Bill Flogaus wills
his debonaire mannerisrns. Betty Spencer leaves her history ability to Iames
Rice and to Albert Sisk, Kim Smith bequeaths his dashing smile, with a word
of caution "leap year!"
"Mickey" Hasson wills himself to Gordon Holt in hopes that the Gordon
will make him "Atom Bomb" of the comic strip. Perry Parmelee wills his
"shoe lifts" to Bill Winterbottom and to Arthur "Harry Iames" Powell, Mary
Ellen Torris leaves her natural curly hair and a "Tonie" just in case.
Warren Steele wills his "Ten Tips On How To Get The Most Out Of A
Car" to Mr. Boorse and Helen Harte leaves her student council activities to
Iarie Phelps. Carl Ewart wills his ability to blush to Tommy Griffiths an-d
Gladys leaves ther quiet manner to Catherine Worrell.
So.Grant Montgomery may enter a field of unlimited opportunities, Anna
Bentley wills him her white cap and position as a pill-pusher. Mary Hubler
bequeaths to Mr. Kline her hilarious chuckle and to Kate Clark, lean Weir
wills her job as accompanist, complete with "sour notes."
May our school be blessed
With fortune and success,
Through all the years.
May our scholars true
Thy paths pursue,
Resolved to face anew
All our hopes and tears.
May we attain our goals
Through thy own might.
Give us strength and will
To fight to win
And in thy name fufill
Freedom, truth, and right.
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RAYMOND B. WORRALL
311 E. BALTIMORE AVENUE
Phone MEdia 6-0879
S. I. LUGLIO
FOSTER - BARRY - SIMMONS
REAL ESTATE - DEVELOPMENT - CONSTRUCTION
BROOKSIDE ROAD, WALLINGFORD. PA.
WILSON COAL 6, SUPPLY CO.
MEdic1 6-0123 f Swcrihmore 0600
A. W. MORTON
Retail and Wholescxle
18 s. ORANGE STREET
Phone Mmm 6-1823 Medic, PQ
HIHERH I-ISTER again
F O R B ET T E R
for the l943 Non Pafreil
TORY - TELLING photographs to
help make your Yearbook a treasure to
you and an "ALL AMERICAN" award
The experience of TWO GENERA-
TIONS of PHOTOGRAPHERS is offered
to Editor and Class Advisor . . . with
a service which includes, not only
making Portraits, Groups and Candid
Photographs. but also suggesting ideas
for adding interest to the Yearbook.
The small Yearbook and large, can
be just as interesting .... Yes, and an
"All American" award winner too, by
making every photograph count. We
will gladly show you how.
1705 CHESTNUT STREET PHILADELPHIA, PA.
formerly Hollander ci Feldman
PALMER'S FLORIST SHOP
2 W. 7th STREET
Warner S. Hamilton 6. Son
Nurseryman 6 General Landscaping
Phone Chester 2-6406
the latest and best in
A trial will convince
formerly Fitz Simons
27 E. 4th STREET
famous throughout Delaware County for
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Shorthand and Typing Courses for those who plan
to attend college. Brush-up and Regular Courses.
FALL TERM-Ilay, Sept. 1-Evening, Sept. 20
Early Enrollment Advisable
IIF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIUN
Pine Sf. Wen ol lroad, Philudelphll 2, Fa.
Coll, write or 'phone PE 5-2100 for catalog
19 w. 7th s'rnEE'r cm Bridgey
visn' oUR POULTRY STANDS
Foods direct from the farms
Home Made Pies. Bread 6. Cakes
MARKET DAYS - WED. 51 SAT.
Phone Mmm 6-2960-6-2961 B. GROSS
MEDIA'S LEADING CLOTHING CENTER
Cor. State and Iackson Streets
REAL ESTATE f INSURANCE
MEDIA Phone MEdia 6-1647
216 W. STATE STREET Media, Pcr. Home of Botany ..5U0,,
You are now faced with the
most important decision of your life -
choosing a career.
Before you make your final choice,
it would pay you to look into the
Wonderful opportunities that are before you
UNITED STATES ARMY
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE
Phone MEdia 6-0630 A. G. Ferguson PROMPT SERVICE
Refrigerators - Radios - Washers
' Bendix Home Laundry
FERGUSON s Au Makes
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Hardware eed Home unnshmgs CO-
Paint - Oils - Glass
211 W. STATE STREET
Guns - Ammunition - Fishing Tackle
4 E. STATE STREET
Media' PG' Open Every Evening
Wallingford Food Market
On the Bridge at Wallingford
Wallingford Ave. and Allen Street
S. Media, Pa.
WILLIAM W. RUMFORD
GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
165 RIDGE BOULEVARD - BROOKHAVEN, CHESTER, PA.
Phone - Chester 9297
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CHARLES A. MCCAFFERTY
Baltimore Pike and Providence Road
MEDIA, PA. MEdia 6'9347
KETRICK 5: SON
Phone 2-2893 Brookhaven, Chester, Pa.
Hot Dogs and Milk Shakes
THE DOG HOUSE
Baltimore Pike. Springfield, Pa.
FRANK's BARBER SHOP ELLIS MENS SHOP
106 W. STATE STREET
SCOTT PRODUCTS SERVE THE NATION
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SUTLIFF 6. WHITE
Cameras - Darkroom Supplies
Next to Media Theater
Phone MEdia 6-1263
CHARLES A. HIGGINS
Radios . . . Refrigerators
Sales and Service
112 W. STATE STREET
NORMAN F. WORRALL
Congratulations and Best Wishes
Class of 1948
and Business Administration
FOR REAL LIVING
l. Take as many "clay dreams" as you like.
2. Add one savings account Cwell ripened through regular savingsl,
3. and without stirring . . , and no guess work either, your day
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Open a Savings Account S 170 Interest Paid.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MEDIA
Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
THE OTTEY PRINT SHOP
107 SOUTH MONROE STREET
MEdia 6-0114 ALBIN P, OTTEY, Prop.
DAMON 6: FOSTER
Civil and Consulting Engineers
CHESTER PIKE 6. HIGH STREET
Sharon Hill, Del. Co., Pa.
The irresistible power of pictures is felt in class record
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reminders of student life -as it was lived! Faithfully
reproducing these pictures through the process of photo-
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maximum is assured by our modern facilities, years of
experience and well-earned reputation.
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