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

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W 1914521 f X K , A . mwhw Aiffjfimww' All Nwmnmmm2,xmM2m:FW3ff ., .iw M, 'l'o Mr. Gillwert Kline and Miss Laura Reed, class zltlvisers, the class of nineteen huntlretl liorty-nine tletlicutes this yearbook. Miss Reed-- whose sympatlietie untlerstantling and influence are still remembered even in her 1llWSCI1L'C. The fine start she gave us has helped considerably to shape our high sthool LilI'L'CfS. Mr. Kline-- whose untiring efforts and patient guiclzmce have tontrilwuted so greatly to the success of our many undertakings, and to the fullillment of the numerous functions he promotes in the students' interest. WW f'f:.1 M35 Q Q , .... .4 Q A wi' ,. 4 SM Rial" wi? X R Qi? ,, it RYA I L fx., A L7 Howard A. Wentz-Supervising Principal B.S. Lebanon College, M.A. in Education, Temple University To the Members of the 1949 Gmdualing Clary I extend to you individually my congratula- tions on having achieved a most significant step in your career. Your achievements speak for themselves and I am confident of your future success. The future holds unprecedented opportunities, and in meeting your 1ife's prob- lems may you grow in stature and wisdom. To be a good American is the most important job that will confront you. Essentially this is noth- ing more than being a good member of your community. Helping those who need help, striving towards a sympathetic understanding of those who oppose you, doing each day's job a little better than the previous day's, plac- ing the common good be ore personal profit should be the daily task of your future life. Sincerely yours, PARK A. HESS. Seniors : Changes in our way of life have been so rapid that it is hard to understand their full meaning. To interpret them wrongly can only lead to dissatisfaction and unhappiness, both social and economic. These changes have prob- ably opened more frontiers than in any other period of our history-frontiers in the many phases of science, economics and social service. In every period of development in this great country of ours men have been unsettled and fearful, beginning with the threat to their in- herent freedom, revolutions both political and industrial, foreign wars, secret terrible weap- ons, social and financial upheavals. Take courage, use your capacities, imagina- tion and pioneer spirit. These will open to you many doors to a way of life that can be fuller than any ever known in the history of our country. I have enjoyed working with you and have every confidence in you. Best wishes. Sincerely yours, HOWARD A. WENTZ. Park A. HessfHigh School Principal Normal Diploma, State Teachers College, Millersville, B.S. Pennsylvania State College, M.A. Teachers College, Columbia University. 8 Alatheia A. Reese+Guidance Counselor B.S. in Education, State Teachers College, Mansheldg Guidance Counselor's Certificate, Temple University To you, the members of the Class of '49 goes my wish for happiness and success upon your graduation. Because this Class of '49 has been first in so many things here at Nether Providence, I fully expect that some of you will become leaders in your chosen fields. It has given me a great deal of pleasure to work with you both as a teacher and as the guidance counselor, and I shall follow your progress in life with real interest. My best wishes go with you. MISS ALATHEIA REESE. OFFICE STAFF Waltsie D. Bishop fMrs.j-Secretary to Supervising Principalg Nancy V. Logan fMissj-Secretary of School Boardg Alice M. Wenger QMrs.j-Secretary to High School Principal. 9 joseph Chesney - Mathe- matics B.S., State Teachers College, Bloomsburg, Pa., University of Pennsylvania. john F. Echternach-English B.S., State Teachers College, Millersvilleg M.S. in Education, Temple University. J. Mervin Gottshall-Music B.S. in Music, State Teachers College, West Chester, M.S. in hducation, University of Pennsylvania, St. Olaf Choir School. Catherine L. Gray-Social Studies B.A., State Teachers Col- lege, West Chester, Univer- sity of Pennsylvania. Chester V. I-laupt-Director of Ath- Mabel letics B.S., Bloomsburg State Teachers College, Michigan Normal College, University of California. O. Heckler B.S., Bloomsburg State Teachers College, M.S., Uni- versity of Pennsylvania. Hilda E. Anderson-Physical Ed ucation A B.S., Ursinus College. Stanley A. Boorse-English B.S. in Music, State Teach ers College, West Chester Dramatic Production, Cor nell University. Richard H. Blewett-Art B,S. in Art Education, Stat Teachers College, Kutztown Pennsylvaina State College l I Q I Mary C. Lawf fBusiness Eclu- cation B.S., Ecl.M., Temple University. Edith Lincoln Leonard- 'Eng- lish B.A., M.A., University of Michigan. Frank A. Mader-Mathe- matics B.A., Dickinson Col- legeg University of Pennsylvania. E. Russell Megonegal-Science B.A., Franklin and Marshall Collegeg Temple University. Vega-Gomez, Gail de -- French. Latin B.A., Cornell Collegeg Uni' versity of lowag Escuela Normal de Alicante, Spaing M.A. and Ph.D. Cancliclate, Columbia University. Alice Rowlancldlinglish, Spanish B.A. in French, Bucknell University. Fred L. Houck-Science B.S., State Teachers College, Bloomsburgg University of Pennsylvania. Carl E. Kane-Social Studies B.S., University of St. Louisg University of Pennsylvania. Gilbert L. Kline-Social Studies B.S. in Education, State Teachers College, Blooms- burgg M.S. in Education, University of Pennsylvania. Myrtle Wandless-Home Ec- onomlcs B.S. in Education, Temple University, M.A., Columbia Uni- versity. Olivia White-Librarian B.S. in Education, Uni- versity of Pennsyl- vania, B.S. in L.S., Drexel Institute. William Wilkinson - In- dustrial Art B.S. in Education, State Teachers College, Mil- lersville, University of Pennsylvania, Penn State College. Lloyd Social Francis H. Spickler-Industrial Ar B.S. in Education, Sta Teachers College, Miller ville, Temple University. G. Trout-Social Studie B.S., State Teachers Colleg Millersville, Temple Univc sity. M. Celine Turville-English, Lati Studies B.S. in Education, Univc sity of Pennsylvania, M. in Education, University 1 Pennsylvania. Mildred C. Williams-Mathematics B.S. in Education, State Teachers College, Mansfield, Graduate Work, Duke Uni- versity, Albany State Teach- ers College, University of Pennsylvania, special math- ematics. 12 M1093 Illass Ilffilzers W. Prouty, M. Williamson, B. Van Winkle, R. Lewis. President ..... .... W illiam Prouty Vice President .... .... l iobert Van Winkle Secretary .... .... M eredith Willialnson Treasurer ........., Ross Lewis NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Graduate Membership Robert Buxbaum '48 Harriet Diem '47 Henry Ingram '48 Michi Kobayashi '47 Warren Mulloy '47 jean Weir '48 Patrifia Wiley '47 Active Membership: Anne Boyer Nancy Fritz Barbara Reynolds Richard Shaw Robert VanWinkle Meredith Williamson WILLIAM ALGOE Sports . . . jockey . . . girls . . . content in Garden City . . . famous pompadour . . . great hunter . . . wants to win the Kentucky Derby . . . hates dancing . . . seen with the gang or Babs . . . Sailor. Football J. V. 2, Press Club 2, 3, 45 Sports Club 25 Photography Club 2, 3, Surveying 35 Auto Mechanics 4. ROBERT ANDERSON "Tex" . . . summer escapades . . . curly . . . everlasting supply of jokes . . . crooner . . . woooooof!! . . . destination: Kentucky . . . dance-happy . . . junior? . . . clodhoppers . . . happy-go-lucky . . perdiddle . . . slow drawl. Entered Junior Year. CAROLE BLACK Friendly . . . attractive . . . fickle . . . coy?? . . . those many fellahs . . . twirler . . . talkative . . trips to Cornell . . . P. M. C. . . . telephone bug . . . chocolate ice cream. Band 2, 3, 4-Majorette 35 Twirling Club 2, 3, 45 Yearbook 4g junior Play Prompterg Senior Chorus 2, 4. DORIS BLAKE "Scotty" . . . loves horse-back riding . . . Brookhaven Deb . . . Sun- day school teacher . . . bangs . . . friendly . . . loves convertibles . . . always seen at dances . . . cute laugh . . . new look . . . Charlie. Square Dancing 2, Dramatics 2, 3g Oflice Practice 3, 4. 15 ettes . THOMAS CAMPER Tom . . . high altitude . . . likes sports and books . . . pet peeve: chatterboxes . . . liked by all . . . famous for arriving late in the morn- ing . . . future big shot . . . great teaser . . . spicy gum . . . Viceroy Kid. Football V. 4-Manager, Basketball Varsity 4-Manager, Pho- tography Club 3, Yearbook 4. ' MONROE CITRENBAUM Constant grin . . . a burnt-out Lincoln . . . "Pick me up" . . . Those snowball fights . . . "Whot hoppened?" . . . breakfast delight . . . Terror of Willow Grove . . . Pete. Football V. 2, Band Follies 2, 3, Band 2, 3, Senior Chorus 4, Automobile Mechanics 4. ROBERT BOWERS Man of distinction . . . one of "De Mob" . . . food, beer and cigar- . . big right tackle . . . engineer . . . all-around guy with per- sonality plus . . . notorious Ford . . . "O. K. you guys, she's mine!" . . . Tom, Art, Bill, partners in crime . . . Mr. President. Football 1. V. 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Basketball J. V. 1, 2, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 4-President 4, Yearbook 4, Junior Play. ANNE BOYER Coy . . . smile! . . . blushes . . . "Marge" . . . oh, that natural hair! English whiz . . . Bark Ed. . . . expressive eyes . . . color guard . . . "The Great Debate" . . . right-half . . . "golly whiz" . . . sincere . . . first woman president . . . those books. Hockey J. V. 2, Varsity 3, 4, Basketball J. V. 2, Varsity 3-Man- ager, Class Secretary 2, 3, junior Play, Assistant Editor of Bark 4, Dramatics Club 2, 3, Varsity Club 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Band Follies 4, Senior Chorus 2, 3, 4, Press Club 3, 4, Publicity Club 3, Debating 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Senior Play, National Honor Society. 1 6 Moody . . . secret loves Dog House . . . those wild night rides . . . brute force . . . aspiring artist . . . Smoke Kools! Smoke Kools! . . . isolationist . . . staunch Democrat. Football j. V. 2g Homeroom President 3, Senior Chorus 3, 4g Press Club 4, Yearbook 4 Talkative. . .noisy. . . ambitious . . . friendly . fights with Mary . . . likes to dance . . . loves movies . . . studious?? . . . giggles. Ballroom Dancing 25 Square Dancing 34 Office Practice 3g Business Education 4. I SALESSA CITRENBAUM "Sal" . . . always smiling . . . good dancer . . . flirting with Mr. Kane . . . Phelurencoe . . . curly . . . Twin . . . Lover! . . . adorable clothes . . . news assignments . . . chemistry boner . . . gay . . . color sense. Presser Foundation Award 4g Band Follies 3, 4g Yearbook 4' Senior Chorus 3, 4, Press Club 3, 4, Dancing 2, 35 Twirling 22 Publicity Club 3. JOHN coccm Studious? . . . tiny guard . . . woman trouble . . . girl friend in every junior High homeroom . . . Boston trip . . . always griping . . . loves tape . . . "Now how did I get into that?" . . . curly . . . wide awake . . . dissenter. Football J. V. 2, Varsity 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4. GARTH COOGAN . . . that wan look . . . literary flare CLARA COPPER crazy about boys, especially Ervin . . . not too . . companionable . . . suits everyone . 17 BETTY LOU CULLUM Somebody's secretary-to-be . . . Township Dances . . . a swell pal . . . jitterbug . . . Colgate smile . . . giggle . . . usually found on Lloyd Street . . . pals with Vicky, Dianne and Lee . . . can't keep still . . . chatterbox . . . Air Force . . . West Wildwood vacations. Ballroom Dancing 2, Square Dancing 3, Business Education Club 4, Yearbook 4. JOSEPH DALTON Train fiend . . . "Middy" . . . Navy bound . . . "go away jimmy" . . . easy-going . . . Pontiac . . . Clarinet player . . . cute grin . . . "Doc" . . . nonchalant . . . jokester . . . Mr. Gottshall!! . . . daily letters. Craft Club 2, Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, Surveying Club 4. SALLIE DAMON 1 Oh, those clothes . . . H. Patron . . . looking for a playboy . . . N. P.'s debutante . . . hockey captain . . . ambitious? . . . Queenie . . . likes art major, but oh, that French . . . "Which car shall I take today?" . . . Damon temper. Hockey J. V. 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4-Captain 4, Basketball I. V. 1, 4, Varsity 2, Band Follies 4, Senior Chorus 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader J. V. 2, Varsity 3, 4, Student Council 2, Varsity Club 3, 4, Press Club 2, 3, Twirling Club 2, Bridge Club 4, Yearbook 4. DORIS DANNAKER Make a good wife . . . always busy . . . dependable goalie . . . drum and bass violin . . . a good friend . . . Rose Valley Pool . . . oh, what a diet can do . . . future teacher . . . excitable . . . terror in a Hudson. Hockey J. V. 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Basketball Varsity 3-Manager, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Band 4, Varsity Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 33 Yearbook 4--Photography Editor. 18 O HOWARD DON AWAY "jimmie's King Kole Inn" . . . one of Garden City Renegades . . . that black chevy . . . hot rod behind the wheel . . . nice smile . . . some fha, haj hunter . . . tough guy. Football V. 2, Sports Club 2, Surveying 3, Aeronautics 4, Auto Mechanics 4. NANCY FRITZ "Fritzie" . . . mischievous . . . party fiend . . . those books . . . look- ing for trouble . . . fun . . . all-around . . . fullback . . . gunner H. Patron . . . those never-ending injuries . . . real pal . . . study f?j hall . . . a Dodge at last . . . appendicitis. Hockey J. V. 1, Varsity 2, 3, 45 Softball 1, 2, 3-Captain 2, 35 Basketball Varsity 2, 3, 4-Captain 2, Varsity Club 3, 4-Vice President 3, President 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Senior Chorus 25 Press Club 2, Senior play, Junior play, assistant director, National Honor Society. LAWRENCE FULTON "Larry" . . . football fan . . . typing whiz . . . Mr. Trout's buddy . . . King of five corners . . . joker . . . curly hair . . . hails from Upper Providence . . . usually flirting . . . blushes? . . . " 'n' this one" . . . guard. Football V. 2, Varsity 45 Basketball J. V. 2, Varsity 45 Baseball J. V. 25 Photography Club 33 Varsity Club 4. GEORGE GOODCHILD "Sonny" . . . "Do we have any Social Living homework?" . . . motor- cycle crazy . . . "baby doll" . . . oh, Potter Street . . . we're just wild about Sonny . . . swell guy . . . Hack's Point . . . dungarees. Basketball J. V. 2g Band 2, 3, 4, Craft Club 25 Auto Mechanics 4. 19 F ELIZABETH GRAHAM Talkative . . . stubborn . . . "I don't knowl' . . . nice pal . . . "Liz" . . . dependable . . . loves dogs? . . . that laugh!! . . . Major- ette . . . Spanish student feh, Miss Anderson?j. Basketball V, 3, 4, Hockey Manager 4, Twirling Club 2, 3, 43 Band 3, 4-Majorette 4, junior Play Committee 3: Ballroom Dancing 2, Varsity Club 4. THOMAS GRIFFITHS "De Mob" . . . Oottsiees . . . "Hot Rod!" . . . squint . . . "Where's Prouty?" . . . fatigues . . . Chesterfield kid . . . wine, women and taineer . . . loves certain sweaters song . . . loyal rooter . . . moun . . . trouble . . . lights out . . . heard for miles . . . sneezes. Football J. V. 1, 25 Junior Play Committee 35 Yearbook 4, Photog- raphy 4. r l GORDON HOLT Cartoonist . . . usually seen toting a tape recorder . . . notable nose . . . a wit . . . orator . . . lover of classics fSpike Jonesj . . . blondie . . . "Gordon, do you have the car?" . . . jokester . . . poet . . . A-1 photographer . . . fun-loving cynic . . . Australia. Press Club 3, 4, Yearbook 45 Publicity Club 35 Craft Club 3, Senior Play. RICHARD HOWARTH "Rich" . . . No. 1 cynic . . . gold tooth . . . sarcastic manner . . . Bark radical . . . Oh, those parties! . . . judge . . . dungaree fiend football manager . . . "Chop, chop, chop!!" . . . New Year's Eve . . . radio announcer . . . those poor language teachers. Football J. V. 2, 4-Manager 45 Varsity Baseball 3-Manager, junior Play, Student Council 3, 45 Press Club 3, 4, Debating Team 3, 4, Bridge Club 4, Senior Play. 20 DIANNE JOHNSON Blue-eyed blonde . . . demon behind the wheel . . . lunch table jokes . . . all for Jimmy . . . West Catholic rooter . . . pals around with Betty Lou . . . loves to dance . . . artistic Hair . . . quick wit . . . Ohio. Softball 2g Ballroom Dancing 25 Square Dancing 3g Bridge Club 33 Aeronautics Club 4. LOUIS JOHNSON "Shadow" . . . Professional football player . . . women and jazz . . . sports . . . gay times . . . "Lou" . . . jolly fellow . . . morale builder . . . big grin . . . all-around guy . . . flashy sweaters . . . jitterbug artist . . . tweet. Football J. V. 2, Varsity 3, 4g Basketball V. 2g Baseball Varsity 2g Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Aeronautics Club 4. TERRY JOHNSON "Buck" . . . crazy about sports . . . speedster on the cinder paths . . . Leona and Marge . . . there's a soft spot for all girls . . . pep of the school . . . loves the Yanks, Joltin' Joe . . . N. P.'s answer to James Melton . . . excitable blue eyes . . . springs for legs. Baseball scorekeeper 2, 3, 4g Football-Assistant Manager 2, 3, Sports Club 2g Tumbling Club 2, 3, 4g Varsity Club 45 Senior Chorus 2, 3, 4g Archery Club 2, Dramatics 35 Yearbook 4, Student Council 4g Press Club 3, 4j Sports Editor 3, 45 Homeroom Presidentg Cheerleader Varsity 4. JANE KNIGHT "Roman" . . . that blue ford . . . commercial whiz . . . hails from Chester . . . homeroom secretary . . . pals with Joanne and Vera . . . shorthand lover? fMrs. Hecklerj !! . . brown eyes . . . slim . . . oh, those Yearbook troubles. Basketball J. V. 4g Ballroom Dancing 25 Senior Chorus 3, 4g Year- book-Secretary 4. 21 "Monster" . . . wild driver . . . brute force . . . slush pump fiend . . . "Field 8: Stream" . . . paper boy . . . pipes and more pipes . . . 10 o'clock shadow . . . deep bass in chorus . . . ladies'-man . . . Studebaker . . . T. D. . . . flash bulb . . . physics problems. "Lockett" . . . sophisticated . . . cute cheerleader. . .manners. . . blushes . . . Spring Haven pool . . . hockey star . . . high scorer South . . .Ladrillo. ZOE KRANZFELDER Friendly . . . loves to talk . . . Barry . . . smile . . . year-round tan . . . turn her off! . . . naive . . . that white strapless . . . cute . . . haircuts . . . California . . . baby-sitter . . . Penn dances . . . Ballet. Softball 2, 3, Hockey J. V. 3, 4, Basketball V. 3-Manager, Senior Chorus 3, 4, Twirling Club 3, Dramatics 35 Photography Club 4-Vice President 4, Cheerleader Varsity 4. VICTORIA KRYWORUKA "Vicky" . . . green eyes . . . convertibles . . . Air Force lover . . . Township first-XValt's afterwards . . . shorthand whiz . . . neat dresser . . . polka dancer . . . full of surprises . . . mischievous . . . shy?? . . . Betty Lou, Marie and Lee . . . "Bluebird of Happi- ness" . . . "ja cie kocham." Ballroom Dancing 2, Square Dancing 3, Office Practice 3, Busi- ness Education Club 4, Yearbook 4. ROSS LEWIS Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, Class Treasurer 2, 3, 4, Junior Play Committee. NAN LOCKE H. J. . . . Atlanta and those Southern gentlemen . . . going Hockey V. 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Basketball V. 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader J. V. 2, Varsity 3, 4, Girls' Varsity Club 3, 4, Twirling Club 3, Dramatics Club 3, Junior Play, Bridge Club 4, Yearbook-Activities Editor 4, Senior Play. 22 l That German-Irish temper . . . "who is it this time?" . . . talkative . . . friendly . . . full of mischief . . . lots of fun . . . usually seen on Potter Street . . . pals around with Vicky . . . fast on the feet . . . blushes easily . . . "Get off that box" . . . likes convertibles . . . Bob. Square Dancing 3g Office .Practice Club 3g Business Education Club 4. "McCall" . . . weekly visit to Ridley Township . . . Tall 'n' terrific . . . pitcher . . . luck o' the Irish . . . good dancer . . . a real buddy . . . "Gorilla" . . . everybody's friend . . . baseball fiend . . . hails from Mt. Airy . . . Student Council workbug. Football UI. V. 45 junior Playg Student Council 3, 4g Auto Mech- anics Club 4. r JOHN LoM.-xx Future photographer . . . that grin . . . quiet except with Lou . . . a swell boy . . . Media game winner . . . "Run, Joe" . . . Philadelphia lover . . . good dresser . . . modest . . . trackman. Football J. V. 2, 3, Varsity 4g Photography Club 2g Science Club 33 Aeronautics 4. AUDREY LUTZ "Lu Lu" . . . paint brush fiend . . . neat dresser . . . New Cumber- land jaunts . . . always late . . . obstinate . . . sweet singer . . . those P. J. parties . . . corner cutter . . . Phelurencoe . . . those voice lessons . . . car trouble . . . fashion designer. Ballroom Dancing 2g Senior Chorus 3, 4g Press Club 33 Publicity Club 35 Sextette 35 Photography Club 4g Yearbook 4g junior Play Committeeg Band Follies 3, 4. MARIE MANNING EDWARD McF ALL 23 , M J Quiet? . . . sharp dresser . . . cute majorette . . . love that band? DANIEL MEGRONIGLE "Mac" . . . legs . . . sharp dresser . . . basketball captain . . . Dottie . h. . that blond streak of hair ,sun?J . . . Ocean City soda jerk . . . mighty mite . . . Phys. Ed. teacher . . . all around sport . . . cute . . . lover boy. . . remarks. Football J. V. 1, 2, Varsity 3, 45 Basketball V. 2, Varsity 3, 4- Captain 4g Baseball Varsity 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4-Vice Pfesi. dent 4g Grubb Memorial Cup 3g Junior Play. GRANT MONTGOMERY Radio expert . . . quiet . . .'well-mannered . . . pipe smoker . . . the Blue and Gold . . . motorbike enthusiast . . . home-made television sets . . . tubes and volts . . . ice skating expert . . . crazy about Parkside, Photography Club 3, 4, Junior Play Committee 3. i BARBARA MULLOY . . . never ruflled . . . camp fiend . . . Oh, those slumber parties! . . . flashy night shirts . . . dig that Chevy . . . scoring center-half . . like those necklines . . . H. J. Patron . . . butterscotch sundaes. Hockey V. 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Basketball V. 1, 2, 3, Varsity 4g Twirling Club 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4g Twirler 33 Band Major- ette 4g Student Council 3, Junior Play Prompter. JEAN OLSON Cute . . . petite . . . blondie . . . Fords . . . twirler . . . never stays home . . . way with men . . . forgetful . . . short skirts . . . neat dancer . . . angelic appearance . . . always smiling . . . "little bull" . . . day-dreamer . . . Spanish student . . . "I wonder who's kissing her now?" . . . "Bill." Hockey V. lg Varsity 2-Manager, Basketball V. 3, 4- Manager 2, Ballroom Dancing 2g Press Club 2, 3, 4g Twirling Club 2, 3, 4g Varsity Club 3, 4-Treasurer 3, Corresponding Sec- retary 4, Band 3, 4, Yearbook 4. 24 LOUISE PASCALE "Lee" . . . an old stay-at-home . . . WALT . . . flashing that diamond . . . cute giggle . . . dependable . . . whiz commercialist . . . happy- go-lucky . . . pals with Marie, Vicky and Betty Lou . . . starry-eyed . . . that Chevy . . . June Bride. Softball 33 Ballroom 2g Square Dancing 3, Office Practice 3g Busi- ness Education Club-President 4, Yearbook 4. ESTHER PECK Sophisticated . . . P. M. C. . . . twirling fiend . . . jewelry . . . new look . . . friendly . . . curly hair . . . Pepsodent smile . . . Dottie!! . .' . those strapless gowns . . . college bound . . . model type . . . Bill. Senior Chorus 2, 3, 49 Photography Club 2, 4, Twirling Club 3, 45 Press Club 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3g Band 3, 4g Junior Play, Senior play. JANE PHELPS Men, Men, Men . . . "What next, jane?" . . . friendly . . . all out for N. P. . . . Susan . . . teacher-to-be . . . Stone Harbor vacations . . . Phelurencoe . . . Twin . . . usually seen with Joanne and Jean. Basketball V. 3, Ballroom Dancing 2, Square Dancing 35 Var- sity Club 3, 4, Twirling Club 3g Cheerleader Varsity 2, 3, 4- Captain 45 Senior Chorus 4, Yearbook 4. ARTHUR POWELL "Teraschinskee" . . . engineer . . . mountain man . . . "De Mob" . . . fatigues . . . fellow Chesterfield fiend . . . wise cracks . . . Ply- mouth man . . . Harry James . . . over the hill . . . laugh . . . Bar- bara . . . stagecrew . . . loves the band?? Football J. V. 1, 2, Basketball J. V. 2, Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3g Band Follies 2, 3, 43 junior Play Committee. s i l 2 5 WILLIAM PROUTY "Bull" . . . mountain boy . . . blonde wave . . . Gold tooth . . . . "De Mob" . . . Oottsiees . . . blue eyes . . . sports fan . . . hot Chevy . fatigues . . . "let's peel out', . . , bashful? . . . hates flies . . . president . . . lover . . . battering fullback . . . captain. Football J. V. 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Basketball V. 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Class President 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3 4-President 4, Student Council 2+Treasurer, junior Play Committee. VERA PSONAK "Harry" . . . Oh, those motorcycles . . . Boyd Drug fiend . . . jitter- bug . . . blue eyes that talk . . . seen with Aggie . . . Mrs. Heckler . shorthand lover?? . . . friendly smile . . . quiet . . . shy . . . full of fun . . . Beaver Valley!! . . . batef new look . . . ambition: to see the world . . . "daj mi buzi." Ball Room Dancing 2, Square Dancing 3, Senior Chorus 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Business Education Club 4. BARBARA REYNOLDS "Barb" . . . long hair . . . sweaters . . . "Carmen" . . . Missouri accent . . . smiling . . . busy secretary . , . those married men!! . . . New jersey . . . sorority pin . . . "no, no" . . . future: Penn State . . . H. Patron . . . Meredith. Yearbook 4, Student Council 4, Senior Chorus 4, Basketball Man- ager 4, Cheerleader 4, Senior play, National Honor Society, Entered Senior Year. DOROTHY REYNOLDS "Dot" . . . dependable . . . good pal . . . stubborn . . . hockey manager . . . Spanish student . . . crazy about Opdenaker . . . "tom boy" . . . sweet smile . . . long bike rides . . . coffee fiend . . . safe driver?? . . . Ridley Township fan. Ballroom Dancing 2, 3, Yearbook 4, Softball 2, 3, Basketball J. V. 3, 4. 26 "Rebel" . . . ornery . . . daring smile . . . certain redheads . . . oh, that walk . . . lover! . . . women . . . red sweater . . . mischievous . . . ambitious!! . . . quiet?? . . . absences . . . "but, Mr. Kline." Upper Darby fan . . . tall . . . oh, that voice . . . Senior Chorus Tenor . . . shy guy QPJ . . . basketball . . . neat dresser . . . nice blond wig? . . . pleasant word . . . long legs . . . waiting for Mr. Kline in the morning . . . flashy hand-painted ties. Basketball J. V. 3, Varsity 4g Senior Chorus 43 entered Junior Year. MARY RICE Giggles . . . "Bucky" . . . Huh? . . . dependable? . . . Spanish student . . . forgetful . . . teaching career . . . library fines . . . basketball player . . . likes to read . . . debating. Basketball J. V. 2, 3, 45 Ballroom Dancing 2g Debating Club 2, 3, 4g Press Club 3, 4g Senior Chorus 45 Yearbook 4. JOHN RYAN "Moe" . . . all-around guy . . . cute . . . quiet fexcept when you know himj . . . football fiend . . . aircraft mechanic-to-be . Brook- haven . . . "You don't say!" . . . Katherine . . . Smitty . .1 .b Florida with Larry Fulton. Football J. V. 2, 45 Auto Mechanics 4. i JACK SAUNDERS KARL SCHAEFER 27 Y DOROTHY SCHUREMAN Petite . . . cute smile . . . new cars . . . dancing . . . Miss Leonard . . . a certain jack . . . quiet . . . dungarees and sweat shirts . . . big brown eyes. Ballroom Dancing 2, Twirling Club 3g Sewing Club 4. RICHARD SHAW "Dick" . . . executive type . . . Oottsiess . . . academic wonder . . . the voice . . . Speedster . . . Nancy . . . clergyman . . . sport fan . . . picture fiend . . . thrashing arms . . . quarterback signals . . . "What say, Jake" . . . '36 Ford . . . Red Sox . . . that Yearbook. Football Varsity 2, 3, 45 Basketball V. 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4g Vice President Class 35 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4-Treasurerg Photogra hy Club 25 Senior Chorus 3, 4g Yearbook 4-Editor 4, Junior Pllayg Senior Play, All-Star Chorus 4, National Honor Society. rw l ALBERT SISK "Al" . . . woman-hater?? . . . "Got your homework done?" . . . Spike jones' fan . . . f1sh'n . . . coon hunt fiend . . . math ambitions . . . Wildwood, N. J. . . . Spanish and Latin . . . Can't dance . . . checker player?? . . . silent type. Basketball J. V. 4-Manager, Sports Club 2, Surveying Club 33 Aeronautics 3, 45 Bridge Club 4. JOAN SJOBERG Hair of gold, eyes of green . . . pals with Esther and Doris . . . raves about Connecticut and Minnesota . . . divides her time between N. P. and horse-back riding . . . hates biology? . . . loves television . . . dramatics . . . That pajama party . . . Canada bound . . . Leo . . . Ladrillo, Ballet. Hockey J. V. 2, Dramatics Club 2, 3g Senior Chorus 2g Press Club 3g Yearbook 4, junior Play, Twirling Club 3g Senior Play. 28 ROBERT STUBBS "Stubbie" . . . politician . . . Dodger's fan . . . Gimbels . . . tall an' tan . . . woman hater? . . . butch blonde . . . Brooklyn bleachers . . . the bridge . . . laugh . . . advertising . . . "Nope" . . . Mrs. Rowland. book 45 Football-Assistant Manager 4. CARL SULLIVAN "Bucky" . . . flash on the Held . . . shy guy . . . nice smile . . . track and football lover . . . studious . . . great personality . . . Clara's buddy . . . hard worker. Tumbling Club 2, 35 Varsity Club 3, 45 Football Varsity 3, 4. l ROBERT SWEEN Y New England Draw-wl . . . curly-locks . . . deep voice . . . rides the rails . . . athletic build . . . brain . . . a rackety chevy . . . that faithful pipe . . . ah, those wicked math problems . . . "Einstein" . . . deep, dark cellar fdazedj . . . love that cello. Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Senior Chorus 45 Auto Mechanics 45 junior Play 35 All-State Orchestra 45 Football J. V. 2, 45 Senior Play. JAMES THORN "Thorny" . . . motorbike specialist . . . movie fiend . . . full of pep . . . good-natured . . . always laughing . . . slow but sure smile . . . baby face . . . class wolf . . . "I don't know, Mrs. Rowland" . . . Navy walk. Sports Club 2, 3, 45 Surveying Club 35 Auto Mechanics 4. l 29 Bridge Club 2, 3, 45 Press Club 2, 3, 45 Senior Chorus 3, 45 Year- RAYMOND TOMLINSON , "Goofy', . . . one of the gang . . . sport's fan . . . "Lucky's" are his y brand . . . Bark reporter . . . everybody's friend . . . booming bass voice . . . practical joker . . . usually seen with a smile on his face . . . Service bound . . . "What say there, buddy?" . . . Al Jolson . . . impact. Senior Chorus 2, 3, 4, Tumbling Club 2, Photography Club 53 Junior Play Committee, Aeronautics Club 4, Press Club 4. HENRY TRACY "Hank" . . . trouble . . . educated toe . . . bluffing . . . dungaree fiend . . . sneeze . . . dangerous to know . . . loves cops . . . won- derful dodges . . . horse races 'n' cockfights . . . trips to Kelsey's . . . girls, beware . . . stocks. Football Varsity 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1. V. 1, 2, Basketball J. V. 1, 2, 1 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Sports Club 2. L FRED TRETTER Usually seen riding around in that Ford . . . fast car fiend . . . Coast- guard . . . oh, those conceited women and school teachers . . . great friends with Thorn and Goodchild . . . friendly . . . "got a Chester- field?" . . . Ginger . . . "Open the door." Craft Club 2, Aeronautics Club 2, 4, Sports Club 3, Auto Me- chanics Club 4. ROBERT VAN WINKLE Rip . . . Van . . . hardworking . . . handsome . . . "come on you guys" . . . athlete throughout . . . outstanding laugh ftears and allj . . . lady-killer . . . loves math . . . first baseman . . . Lewt . . . "Gotta get working" . . . dependable. Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball J. V. 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Baseball V. 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4-Captain 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4--Vice Presi- dent 4, Yearbook 4-Business Manager, National Honor Society. 30 JOANN E VERCOE "Judy" . . . stenographer . . . French Fries . . . Chester fan . . . Smedley-Grad . . . Phelurencoe . . . "Squirt" . . . Baby face . . . boy crazy . . . bangs . . . twin . . . friendly . . . sharper. . . "Jercoe" . . .Hckle. . . "Larry," Ballroom Dancing 2, Square Dancing 3, Business Education Club 4, Yearbook 4. DOROTHY WEATHERBY "Dottie" . . . oh, those strapless gowns . . . cute smile . . . Dan . . . friendly . . . always laughing . . . Ocean City fiend . . . "Walking on the golf course" . . . blondie . . . sticks!! . . . Aldan . . . expressive eyes. Hockey J. V. 2, 3, 4, Junior Play-Prompter, Ballroom Dancing 2, Twirling Club 3, Dramatics Club 3, Photography Club 4, Sewing Club 4-President 4. GEORGE WEISS Terror of French teachers . . . good improviser . . . constant chatter . . . Ricky's shadow . . . perpetual waltz . . . great debater . . . likes fancy pins . . . oh, those giggles . . . Trips to Bethlehem . . . "Oh, reaaallly" . . . Harvard boy?" . . . Ipana smile . . . Editorials CPJ . . . Caesar. Football J. V. 2-Manager 4, Baseball Varsity-Manager 2, 3, Senior Chorus 2, 3, 4, Press Club 2, 3, 4-Editor 4, Debating Club 3, 4, Bridge Club 2, Student Council 2, 3, Junior Play, Senior Play. MEREDITH WILLIAMSON H. Patron . . . "Yes, dear" . . . long eyelashes . . . blue eyes . . . class secretary . . . adores clothes and Bob . . . Penn State and art . . . popular . . . hockey center-forward . . . full of fun . . . "De Mob's hangout or Grand Central Station." Hockey J. V. 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Basketball J. V. 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4 -Captain 4, Student Council 2, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4, Press Club 3, 4, Junior Play, Yearbook 4, Dramatics Club 3, Senior Play, National Honor Society. 31 Q., is Nl W x , X-V-X v ,xJw-:'1s- :::.f,.v.,-fm.,rw-f,eai,.hs: 53,51 A me ff ' iii: ,, .uv M Q 1572 lik -- S-2:55391IH"':4liL5 'Tf?'iffM " K. ,KJ V A i5g1.,f91 ., . K ' , Q ffqzyx ,,, X MQ .mr k Q sfq WW Aw .Y xv' - 'Y ' f?i- giwi P ."'W.A 'M as -S- lim Y ! 2 Q Row l 'l'crry -Iolmmon, Diumc jolmson, Vicky Kryworulm, Row Q Dot XXfc.1ll1c1'lwy, Clunlmm Holt, ,lam- Phclpn, Row 5 - jam Olacn, Sallie Damon, Zoe Kxumzfcldcr, joan Sjolwcrg. Class Four years gone-looking back, we realize all too well how much Nether Providence has meant to us. It was as freshmen, in the fall of 1945, that we, the class of '49, first met together to select ofiicers. In the same meeting we began our long treasury drive by initiating class dues. Shortly afterwards the class was divided into academic and commercial courses of study. A curious visitor might have heard echoes of "hic, haec, hoc . . from the struggling Latin class, or perhaps muttered oaths from the business math class at the other end of the hall. Here we first found our way into sports, where we had early evidence of the spirit which was to lead our teams to success in every field. The originality which characterized us as a class during our stay at N. P. was not long to show itself. Well do we remember the consternation of the Social Studies Department when the democratic majority of the 9-A boys relieved the fairer sex of its voting rights. Our first dance, the Harvey Hop, was equally without precedent. That gaily decorated informal claimed the distinction of being the only N. P. dance at which a live rabbit was awarded as a door prize. As sophomores, we first met "jolly Gil" and Miss Reed, our class advisers. Under their guidance, we sponsored our first semi-formal dance, the Soph Hop, in an underseas setting, complete with mermaid and fishes. This year marked the return of the faculty men from the service and of the march- ing band to the football field. The football team hit a .500 average, and we all cheered when the baseball team added its second leg to the coveted section V championship cup. In the lab, and in the lunchroom, academics were acquainted with frog's legs, while "around the world with Selig" was the theme song of the economic geography class. Celebration at the end of the year was marked by a class picnic at the Larkin's, where Mr. Kline and Miss Reed joined us in a completely informal frolic. Our Junior Year was distinguished by the rapid swelling of our treasury which the seniors eyed enviously. A new record in sale of magazine subscriptions was set. "Candy, hot dogs, soda" was a heralded cry at all the home games. Saturday morning paper collec- 34 History tions confronted us with car problems as well as the urge to crawl back under the covers, but choice hauls of diaries and EJ'qlIi7'?.f kept us awake. In the classroom, college preps were introduced to word study and contracts by Miss Leonard as the commercial studes met shorthand and bookkeeping problems. On the gridiron, Coach "Sugar" Kane's boys won all but two games. The hockey team carried off an "undefeated" banner, and the baseball team placed the championship cup permanently in the new trophy case. Another smashing "first" was the hit junior play, "Out of the Frying Pan," under the tireless direction of Mr. Boorse. In a Venice of stardust and flower-carts we said farewell to the seniors with the traditional Junior-Senior Prom, and from there looked forward to our most important test. The Non Pareil staff was chosen late in May. Work began immediately with the taking of class pictures. Ending the year in good style, we renewed grade-school tradi- tion in a picnic-dance at the Old Mill in Rose Valley. In the fall of '48 we returned to newly painted walls and the responsibility of our last year at Nether Providence. With a note of unbelief, the front door privilege was recalled, and we found ourselves wondering at the awe in the seventh graders' eyes-we were seniors at last! The Non Pareil got under way. Christmas cards, wrapping paper, and stationery were peddled in a final effort to burst the treasury. The football season was packed with thrills as N. P. came through to break the thirteen-year Media jinx and top scoring records in two consecutive weeks, winning seven and losing two. Losing only one, the hockey team under Coach "All-American" Anderson also finished a successful season. In March the appropriately decorated Senior Ball proved a gala welcome to Spring. Fast upon that followed the Senior Play, that never-to-be-forgotten class trip fah, W'ashingtonj, and the formal farewell of the junior-Senior Prom, the final dreamy touch to our years at N. P. Baccalaureate . . . commencement . . . those final farewells . . . could it be the end . . . or was it just the beginning? 35 Pnpularity My ost Ambitious L M l. ,fii'!72,j, allie Damon X' ' Dick Shaw 1 X Most Dependable A 2, X fl! Doris Dannaker Q7 , Terry Johnson Wifvlfiigi ' S XX Most Artistic f?7ffy5,t3 l' ff,-Q N. FAN X C. Audrey Lutz Bax by X D. Gordon Holt lyywyfyfgf,-1 . itll ' 1' 'Lf V1 .- 'Q' lx 'lil l A wifi? -l 1- 'fs ,U Best Dressed bln, ty F 'Q ' If il 'i MV! W F 5 'll ll "if "-Y 1 f 3 Ifyviifplflylm Q ',a Barbara Mulloy fwttllnigi' ' '- ' . V. Bob Van Winkle i l"Wi"'5 ' .- of N if A -, M X H Most Athletic " -me my 1- f Nancy Fritz .if WNW' ' Bill Prout f' " ' 'f S 'M r 'l I W y I ww' X 3 u lgl t Best Driver Eg "'q. 3 TZ Meredith Williainson '3 ' IP Bob Bowers A M' '- Q W' 1 5 Most Courteous ,7i?Blliff'Ai Jane Knight I NM Ross Lewis X My A y- ldv: ll -'Cx -x A J J Friendliest ' X ' Doris Blake flifl ', X I' f' Terr ol so '45, "9Vf.s,x, , f' yi in H x- - 'I ' . 5 Y Cutest V -X Dot Weatherby ,ff f Dan Megronigle fnziggsli 'I X. t N Ji I ,117 V, A., V' fl ,fb Q B 2 'S i'yl'lwl3?',L Most Humorous N Uff' - L , gmt Mary Riff W Ag git l X ,571 -Jack Saunders ,?,i"iff , ' 'A f W5 I-Z I ' XJ J F J ' A Best Dancer Tigix Dot Schureman :1 L, - Richard Howarth j X Alix. li, In Most Likely to Succeed Q: 'il x"f'x5 Anne Boyer M UW my B Dick Shaw C5 f L Sl , ff-rg! 'il f 4 56 E011 fr - ii Q "l 'Ui 4 .'-Qljyl F: ,, " 'N izffllixi F A 2 -X 'fl " 'CZ' - Ll, ,ke-5 . i,x.xYi'f'i lil N v , Qi-'lil'lllpll1, . FT ' fa I f IW, , W 'iff X ii x 1 mu UM- Ti . - l i l A I I P N -Q 'W ' Z 1 f fx' iqhff la H i ll iff ,Mil " ii '5 ' 4-n q l ' :- T Best Looking Dot Scllureman Bob Van Winkle Quietest Vera Psonak Albert Sisk Most Mischievous Nancy Fritz Henry Tracy Most Sophisticated Nan Locke George Weiss Best Personality Meredith Vlfilliamson Bob Bowers Most Stuclious lest 'ifffi 331 ,f - Ax , E X Q, ni '9 'fx 'XXX ,., i ,O X ' USM! I ,Z 1 7 5 A 7 AX if NX f f Si 123' , . ,L c ' 1 :ik CJR viii Ii ' flu M ill ik ii l S is 45 Anne Boyer l ' f-KXO George Weiss X Q! Most Popular in V Meredith Willialrnson ' ' I oiiillffiill' p1f'fL4'ff-AQ,.if..,i.- . H ff 1 95' few' 'fff wf Bill Prouty y l31,f!61'6i9" , 5 11,11 i 1 1 :L.1mj,,,,yiy Most Talkative ,i2!Z'filisSN 3 gilfx' 'il' 5' Zoe Kranzfelder XX lp Henry Tracy iw' K I X 4 'X .A I I X 'ix lx Y'-,-ax ' ll X Q i??llYllkll, N ' '35-'li 'il'lQgilN . f 9 X Y, W Most Versatile Nancy Fritz Dick Shaw 37 MW Q. QW .hx 5, W M -. A M :-was 7 .ga F W 19 ' ff V ww WMM., ?Qs3X"45f'5iiW' NS. KY 'W 1L333E-3 lst Row: C. Dannaker, M. Davis, L. McGowan, Mrs. Rowland, E. Kluka, R. Degler, A. Psonak, E. Olson, Mr. Mader M. Gummel M. Young, K. Clark. 2nd Row: J. Rice, D. Sweeney, T. Pascale, F. Birney, J. Armstrong, B. Sakers Hollingsworth D Mooney, J Hamilton, J. Pascale, H. Pierce. 3rd Row: N. Sickler, C. Lewis, R. Hunter, S. , . . R. Canavan, R. Short, D. Slack, W. Rhodes, W. Hardesty, R. Roan, J. Natale, C. Opdenaker, L. Johnson. 4th Row: B. Warrington, P. Snideman, D. Clark, G. Cobourn, T. Phelps, D. Davies, A. March, N. Beebe, A. Stephens, D. Lance, E. Butz, L. Johnson, O. Mann. Sth Row: R. Edwards, D. McKee, E. Davis, B. Hedrick, J. McCormick, . . . A d Weiss V Bowman H. Cutler, S. Furman, J. Wright, F. Ferrari, B. Johnson, N. Federchok, W. Bra ley E- , - , D Kudish. Abesent from picture: J. Coslett, M. King, J. MacDougall, B. Hayes, C. Powell. .Iuuinr Class CLASS OFFICERS President ..... .... R oy Degler Vice President .. .... Edward Kluka Secretary .... .... A gnes Psonak Treasurer .. .... Elaine Olson The Class of '50, under the direction of Mrs. Dean Rowland and Mr. Frank Mader has worked constantly through this year. Magazine subscriptions were sold in the fall. By selling candy after school, soft drinks and hot dogs at football games, and refreshments at Saturday night dances, they have increased their bank account. In the spring they made several paper drives and then ended the year with the Junior-Senior Prom. 40 1 s Q fffli- Eifi -U-Q... 5515 IZ. . '14 lst Row: j. Scott, Miss Turville, Miss Waindless, M. Malinowski, F. Reynolds, F. Putt, S. L, Wfilliamson, Miss Leonard, D. McCutcheon, j. Donaway. 2nd Row: j. Coombes, G. McElwee, M. Turner, G. W'interbottom, D. Perks, M. Carroll, S. Forrest, B. McHenry, S. McGowan, M. C. Johnson, C. Vllorall, J. Ralston, j. Massey. 5rd Row: K. Reynolds, B. Wright, C. Samson, H. Teal, J. Oaks, D. Moat, T. Carpenter, D. Spence, D. Locke, B. Surrick, W. Hubler, R. Vogel. 4th Row: R. Babe, M. Chew, B. Williaims, P. Lindsay, II. Pollock, B. Geistweit, B. Rice, A. Bentley, T. Andrukonis, S. Romo, j. Bupp, G. Garreau, C. Taylor. Sth Row: F. Bryson, F. Whittingtxmn, T. Eaton, G. Duff, R. Stotz, L. Scheidt, B. McKinney, J. Wfilroy, R. LaLoup, D. Moat, E. Short. 6th Row: R. Bledsoe, B. Tonge, L. Rice, J. Matthews, j. Mason, L. Travis, J. Reese, E. M. Kain, D. Williainistmn, D. Campbell. Snphnmnre Class CLASS OFFICERS President ..... .... F red Reynolds Vice President .. ........... Frank Putt Secretary ..... .... M argaret Malinowski Treasurer . . . .... Sherry Lee Williainson The activities of the class of 'Sl opened with the Sophomore Hop. Supervised by Miss Wantlless, Miss Leonard, and Miss Turville, the class sold Christmas candy and Easter eggs. They have ordered their flass rings and are looking forward to future years. 41 5 Q 1 r r ESQ -1 I - -Q' '1 is li lst Row: C. Acton, M. Williriimusiwn, B Reynolds, B. Bowers, B. Hardesty, F. Ferrari, Mr. Kline fAdviserj. 2nd Row: R. Howarth, S. King, D. McCutcheon, G. llnwiuitn, D. Mooney, G. Mclllwee, N. Siekler, Pm. Hayes, N. lieehe, Rrd Row: R. Degler, H. Tracey, G. Duff, F. Mclirll, L. Scheidt, T. johnson. Student liuunlzil OFFICERS President ...... ..... B oh Bowers Vice President .. ...... Bill Hardesty Secretary ..... . . . Barham Reynolds Treasurer ...,......................... Fred Ferrari The Senior High Student Council of Nether Providence was founded to create opportunities for closer cooperation between students and faculty and to provide opportunities for student self-direction. The Student Council fosters all worthy school activities and creates and maintains standards of good citizen- ship among students. The government is composed of representative pupils elected by the student body in the xxirious homerooms. The Council was again under the sponsorship of Mr. Kline. 44 lst Row: T, johnson, M, NXfilliamson, A, Boyer, G. Weiss, 5. Citrenbaum, H. Cutler, Il. Glenn, R. Howarth, R. Stubbs, -I. Hannigan. 2nd Row: W. Algoe, C, Cassady, N. Sicliler, UI. McCormick, G. Holt, P. Snideman, M. Ci. Harvey, I. Sticlcler, ll. A. Fogg, Ii. Peck, S, Furman, Mrs. Rowland. 5rd Row: M. Rice, M. Thom, A. Fellows, I.. lialdwin, A, Surrick, D. Perks, Ii. Young, M. McCall, VI. Matthews, li, Kahne, M. I.. Glenn, li. Wfeiss, R. Stotz. Alth Row: A. Stephens, C. Ifitzsimmons, G. Bowen, -I. McCullough, G. hlarden, R. Vogel, VI. Coslett, S. McGt+wan, VI. Olson, G. Coogan. Press llluh EDITORIAL STAFF Editor, George Weissg Assistant Editor, Anne Boyer, News, Salexssa Clitrenbaumg Iieature, Meredith Xxlilliamsong Sports, Terry johnson, Art, Gordon Holt, Humor, Ilarriet Cutler, Chester Times, Ray Tom- linsong junior High, Barbara Glenng Exchange, Lynn Baldwin, Malte Up, Richard lflowarthg llusiness, Phyllis Snidemang Advertising, Robert Stubbs, Carol llarveyg lfeature Reporter, 'Iudy Sickler. One of the most active clubs in Nether Providence is the Press Club. Under the interested guidance of Mrs. Dean Rowland it publishes tlie Btzrt and has a weekly column in the Chester Times, This year an attempt has been made to further interest in the Barb by adding new feature columns, lively news articles, and striking headlines. Several times during the year, representatives from the stali are sent to take part in journalism clinics and contests. 'li 1 lst Row: T. Phelps, D. Megronigle, B. Prouty, B. Van Winkle, D. Shaw, E. Kluka. 2nd Row: E. Eaton, W. Hardesty, T. johnson, G. Sakers, R. Babe, R. Bowers, G. Cobourn, H. Tracy, D. McKee, L. Fulton, Carl E. Kane CAdviserJ. 5rd Row: J. Cocchi, H. Mason, D. Moat, L. johnson, C. Sullivan, J. Natale, C. Opdenaker, R. Howarth, F. Reynolds. Varsity Eluh OFFICERS President ...... ........... , . . William Prouty Vice President .. Dan Megronigle Secretary ..... . . Bob Van Winkle Treasurer . . ....... Dick Shaw As one of the most active and aggressive organizations in the school, the Varsity Club has done much to further athletics on campus. Through the efforts of this club a trophy case has been acquired to display the awards earned by Nether Providence. The organization awards to each graduating senior a sweater or gold ball in his desired sport. The club, under the direction of Mr. Kane, is open to boys receiving varsity awards. 46 lst Row: J. Phelps, J. Olsen, D. Mooney, N. Fritz, B. Mullo , M. W'll't I , G B 4 7 ' ' ' . y 1 iunson , owmm. -nd Row. L. Olson, A Boyer, lf. Weiss, D, Dannaker, M. Gummel, M. Young, S. Damon, E. Graham, Miss Anderson fAdviser Absent from picture: N. Locke. l ! I Girls Varslty Eluh OFFICERS President ...... ............ . .. Nancy Fritz Vice President . . . ............... Dot Mooney Secretary ....... . .. Barbara Mulloy, jean Olson Treasurer . . . . . . ..... Meredith Williamson The Girls' Varsity Club is organized as an activity for the Varsity letter-holders in girls' sports. The club has many selling campaigns during the year to raise money for the intramural awards given in hockey and basketball. In addition, together with the Boys' Varsity Club, it acts as co-sponsor of the annual spring Athletic Banquet. 47 D. ln -LA 4 lst Row: S. Forrest, S. Hollingsworth, j, McCormick, D. Mooney, S. L, Wfilliamson, A. Boyer, F. Birney, J. Knight, A, Lutz, B, Reynolds, D, Lance, rl. Reese, Kattinge, A. Bentley. 2nd Row: T. johnson, S. King, -I. Walker, K, Clark, S. Citrenbaum, C. Black, H. Cutler, Z. Kranzfelder, S. Damon, V. Psonak, M. Young, E. Weiss, C. Lewis, L. McGowan, I. Bupp. 3rd Row: B. Rhodes, E. McFall, E, Davis, D. Shaw, R. Degler, R. Tomlinson, P. Citren- hauin, B. Bradley, B. Sweeney, G. Weiss, G. Coogan, B, Hardesty, D. Perks, B. McHenry, M. Turner. 'Top Row: M. Davis, bl. Scott, H. Pierce, il. Matthews, L. Rice, tl. Mason, B. Rice, O. Mann, M. Rice, j. Phelps, S. McGowan, B. Stubbs, K. Schaefer. Seninr Ehnrus The Senior Chorus under the direction of Mervin Gottshall, represents the choral element at N. P. From this body is selected a choir which performs on radio programs and at community affairs. The choral event of the year is the annual Spring Concert, which features this group. Hand Under the guidance of Mr. Gottshall, the Band has taken an increasingly active part in school activi- ties. Progress has been marked not only by the increased size of the organization but by new and better equipment. During the football season. the marching band is brightened by the addition of the drum majorettes, twirlers, and color guard. The N. P. Follies, sponsored by the band for its uniform and equip- ment fund, has become an accepted tradition, as has the appearance of the Band with the Senior Chorus in the annual spring recital. ali me -ZW 'M matt. . flfe 1 Met Color Guard-AA Boyer, V. Bowman, C, Lewis, E, Weiss, M. Williamson. Clarinets--N. Fritz, T. Pascale, rl. Dalton, G. -larden, E. Siwarski, B, Hayes. Bass Clarinetsfhl. McCullough. Alto Saxophones--G. Goodchild, M. Harris, R. Hunter, D. Meil, Tenor Saxophones-M. lf. Bentley, Fluet and Piccolo fli. Clark. Cornets-F, Ferrari, H. Barlow, B. Hedrick, W. Stevenson, L. Campbell, S. Gregory, F. Kahlbaugh. Alto Horn- fR, Roan, R. Sweeny, D. Stevenson. Baritone Horn-R. Stevenson. Trombones- R. Lewis, J. Currie, H. Battin R. Emmons. Tuba-A. Powell, E. Lawrence. Bell Lyrefj. Reese. Percussion4D. Dannaker, DI. Mc- Cormick,lN. Sickler, D. Locke, D. Spence, J. Biddle. Drum Majorettes-B. Mulloy, E. Graham. Twirlers-- C. Black, DI. Bupp, j. Olson, E. Peck, B. Sakers, C. Worrall. nl-"""' Violins: N. Wfentz, S. Gregory, P. Stamer, M, I., Furman, N. Reynolds, D. Shepherd, IZ. Weiss, Viola: D. Wfarrington. Cello: li. Sweeney, S, Hayes, Douhlehass: D. Dannaker. Piano: j. Reese. Mr. Gottshall fadviserl. String Urchestra The Orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Gottshall, provides the opportunity for students to gain ensemhle experience. 'I'his type of playing, in contrast to solo playing, requires more vigorous concentra- tion, extreme exactness, self-tontrol, and as great an amount of "teamwork" as any athletic team. The Orchestra performs in assemblies, for special activities, and in the Spring Concert. lst Row: D. Wfarrington, ll, Mulloy, lf. Graham, C. Wilrrell, nl. Ulson, C. lilaflc, Miss Wfilliamson fadviserj, li, Peck, nl. liupp, li. Sakers, N, Wentz, P. Craig, H. Patterson. 2nd Row: B. Glenn, A. Fellows, li. A, lfogg, D, Perks, P. Lance, li. Dauherman, VI. Donaway, j. Scott, B. Geistweit, S. Wfilliamson, S. King, S. Romo, N. Carroll, lf. Acton, Grd Row: S. lforrest, -I. Tichnor, M. Fezzer, A. Newton, G. Garreau, Ii. M. Kain, C. Wfavner, C, Snyder, G. Van Deusen, S. Stewart, M. Turner, B. Tonge, J. johnson, T. Chandler, Graham, A. Bentley. Absent: li, Danis, C. Harvey, M. McCall, Twirlinq Club The purpose of this cluh is to teach pupils from seventh to eleventh grades the fundamentals of haton twirling and marching. The Band twirlers and majorettes sponsor this group in order to develop twirlers for future years. Miss Willitlms is the club adviser. Front Row-fseatedjz R. Emmons, L. Campbell, D, Coppoclc, Mr, Echternach fadviserj, R, Canavan, R. Degler, W. Pittock. Second Row: R. johnson, G. Anderson, W. Stephens, C. Timmins, F. Putt, W. Rhodes, j. Thorn, E. Lawrence, R. Williams, G. Sweet, P. Howell. Spnrts Illuh Membership in the Sports Club is open to boys who want to learn more about game laws, hunting and hshing techniques, and ballistics. During hunting season, a study is made of the operation of guns of various types. In fishing season the rod and reel are studied. At all times emphasis is placed on safety precautions to be excercised in the use of all sporting goods. Mr. Echternach is the sponsor of this group. Front Row: B. Amerman, J. Baker, J. Williams, A. Beulah, G. McGowan, I-I. Babe. Second Row: B. Tung, L. john- son, E. Kluka, C. Opdenaker, D. Moat. Third Row: Mr. Haupt Qadviserj, S. Moat, D. Royce, B. Oxenford, H. Huff, J. Stuart. Tumhlinq Club This club has as its purpose the developing and organizing of boys into a tumbling group. Open to both juniors and Senior high school boys, it entertains at assemblies and anywhere the talent can be used. 50 me W liottuni Row: Al. Gray, S. Hollingsworth. l.. Mcfiowan, bl. Wfalker, A. Psonak. Standing: Mr. linorse fadviscrj 5, l. Williiirmistvn, C. Dannaker, M. Young, D. Clark, L. Travis, D. Kudish. Dramatic lfluh The Thespianaires, under the directing hand of Stanley A. Boorse, aim to complete an elementary course in dramatic interpretation hy the end of the year. In weekly meetings, the memhers work on pan- tomime, voice, diction, and characterization in preparation for the production of a three-act play. D. L1CC:lIlfl1L'tlI'l, K. Reynolds, G. Vlfeiss, hir. lioorse fAdviserJ, G. Duff, N. Rice, Ahsent: A. linyer, R. Howarth, ll. Cutler. Ilehalinq Elllll The debating cluh, sponsored hy Mr. Boorse, was formed for the purpose of enliving interest in puhlic speaking. The memhers study forensic fundamentals. During the year formal dc-hates are held with Media, Marple Newton, Ellis College, and Ridley Township Schools. 51 , . lst Row: R. Bledsoe, A. Sisk, J. Wilroy, M. Chew, R. Tomlinson, F. Tretter, R. Brown, B. Johnson. Standing: H. Donaway, J. Lomax, T. Carpenter, P. Royce, Mr. Megonegal Qadviserj, j. MacDougall, C. Sampson, R. McKinney, C. Sullivan. Aeronautics llluh The Aviation Club, initiated two years ago in Nether Providence by Mr. Megonigle, is a fast-grow- ing organization. In weekly meetings, the boys study the theories of Hight and navigation, and the methods of reading and using air maps. A A , . .71 - f . i lst Row: E. Platt, J. Hester, A. Lutz, D. Lock fPresident of Elementary groupj, G. Coburn fPresident of Advanced groupj, K. Edwards fTreasurer of Advanced groupj, M. C. johnson, M. King, Miss Law fadviserj, 2nd Row: T, Andrukonis, B. Algoe, G. Duff, Z. Kranzfelder QVice President, Elementaryj, J. Oakes, E. Peck, G. Mont- gomery, B. Surrick, E. M. Kain. Absentees: D. Weittlmerby QTreasurer, Elementaryj, C. Acton, C. Worrall, J. Ralston, F. Tretter. Phntuqraphy llluh The Photography Club is divided into two sections: the elementary cluh, which learns the fundamen- tals of camera operation, negative developing, and printingg and the advanced club which concentrates on Photographic technique. This year the advanced club has made an album of pictures of school events. 52 lst Row: F. Tretter, N. Beehe, R. Edwards, G. Holt. 2nd Row: G. Goodchild, R. Van Winkle, A, Powell, Mr, Wilkin- son Qadviserj, Dalton, l.. vlohnson, li, Bowers, Lomax, Thorn. Surveying llluh The Surveying Cluh was organized in 19117 hy Mr. Wilkinson and is still under his direction. lts purpose is to familiarize senior high school students, who are interested, with the fundamentals of sur- veying for later practical use. Alphabetical order: W. Algoe, R. Ammerman, W. Anderson, H. Barlow, F. lionsall, F, Bryson, R. Canavan, R. Carroll, P. Citrenhaum, F. Conley, H. Donaway, F. Duer, T. Eaton, R, Edwards, R. Founds, G. Goodehild, M. Harris, C. Hearn, li, Hedrick, W. Huhler, G. hlones, R. jones, P. Klulca, R. l.aloup, C. l.t-evy, F. Lindsay, ,l. Lindsay, W. Lomax, li. Mcliall, R. McKinney, C. Mason, H. Mason, D. Meil, D. Morgan, VI. Neilson, vl. Pavlock, C. Pezick, QI. Pollock, P. Powell, G. Rasmussen, -l. Rie, bl. Ryan, M. Sapovits, tl. Saunders, Vl. Schultz, M. Simchock, R. Short, D. Spence, R. Stotz, D. Sullivan, R. Sweeney, C. Taylor, H, Teal, ,l. Thorn, F. Tretter, R. Vogel, D. Williams, R. Williams, F. Whittington, A, Vtfoodward. Sponsors, Mr. Megonegal and Mr. lilewett. llulu Meuhaniigs Mr. Megonigle and Mr. Blewett are eo-sponsors of the Auto Mechanics Cluh, which consists of sixty-six students. This organization teaches the priciples and operation of the engine. In addition, the students learn the fundamental parts of the car and methods of auto repair. 53 lst Row: T .Andrukonis, VI. Pollock, M. Malinuwski, A. Psonak. 2nd Row: B. Wfilliams, J. Matthews, O. Mann. 3rd Row: H. Pierce, li, Butz, VI. Mason, I.. Rice, Miss Wilntlless fadviserj. Absent from picture: D. Schureman, D. Wfeatherhy. Sewing Cluh The Sewing Club, sponsored by Miss Wfandless, gives its members an opportunity to follow their own bents. Each girl is encouraged to experiment wit'1 any kind of material she chooses. Although this is not a regular sewing class, it does prepare the girls for more advanced work in the art of dressmaking. Q. J! .,. lst Row: Mr. Mader fadviserj, K. Clark, S, Damon, R, Howarth, E, Weiss. 2nd Row: D. Slack, R. Hayes, D. Clark, j. McCormick. 3rd Row: R. Stubbs, R. Roan, A. Sisk, E, Short, D. Moat, P. Lindsay, S. Furman. Absent: N. Locke. Hrirlqe Eluh Bridge Club, under the direttion of Mr. Mader, was organized to give people who know how to play bridge a chance to improve their game and to give others the opportunity to learn. This year the club had a tournament to determine the best player. 54 Alphabetical Order: nl. Bupp, M. Carrol, J. Conmbes, B. Geistweit, l., Ylnhnsun, H, Massey, U. McHe y l ll. Rice, D. Spence, li. Wfilliams, D. Willialiiis, li. Wi'igl1t. Craft llluh The Craft Club for boys and girls is headed by Mr. Wfilkinson and Mr. Spitkler ln the Craft Club nri, . Pascale girls learn much they would probably miss otherwise. The members of the Craft Club have the advantage of learning not only how to create new ideas and designs but also how to turn these ideas into useful objects. They learn the differences in certain types of wood and various handling and linishing processes while operating hand tools and a tew of the larger tools. The Craft Club has only to pay for the materials used. Seated: T. Pascale, D, Sweeney, D. Lance. Standing: VI. Hamilton, Kattinge, B. Sakers, V. Kryworuka, F. liirney, j. Vercoe Mrs Heckler fadviserj M Manning C Copper D Blake M Davis Absent l Pisctlc B l C' ll .,. ,,. ,..,........4.iA,....uum, V. Psnnak. Business Education llluh This club is open to any junior or senior in the Business Education Departrnentglts primary purpose is to render business service to the various organizations of the school, the school otlice, and the faculty. At the same time, students participating will develop greater skill and elliciency in handling general office routine. It is directed by Mrs. Heckler. 55 v S' f f Q Q- N 11 -fi 09 fb lst Row: J. Cocchi, L. Fulton, D. Shaw, L. Johnson, R. Van Winkle, B. Prouty, B. Bowers, J. Lomax, D. Megronigle, C. Sullivan, 2nd Row: Lloyd G. Trout Qassistant coachj, D. Moat, D. McKee, E. Eaton, G. Sakers, T. March, F. Reynolds, J. Ryan, W. Hardesty, T. Phelps, Carl E. Kane QHead Coachj. 3rd Row: H. Mason, G. Coburn, J. MacDougall, R. Sweeny, R. Babe, A. Stephens, R. Short, C. Opdenaker, E. Kluka. 4th Row: D. Spence, R. Surrick, E. McFall, B. Rhodes, R. Hunter, C. Mason, B. Hayes. 5th Row: W. Lomax, R. Howarth, R. Stubbs, T. Camper. Absent from picture: Henry Tracy. Fnulhall This year's Nether Providence football squad left the field with the best season ever recorded in the history of the school. Having seven wins and two losses with a total of 290 points, they were second high for scoring in Delaware county. The climax of the season came during the Media game, when in the last 50 seconds of the game, john Lomax took the ball and ran 71 yards to bring Nether Providence from behind to win, 13-12. Henry Tracy is to be commended for his extra point kicking, which broke the county record of previous years and also brought him honors as second highest extra point kicker in Delaware County for this season. Those leaving Nether Providence this year are Henry Tracy, Bill Prouty fcaptainj, Dick Shaw, Carl Sullivan, and john Lomax from the backfieldg and Bob Van Winkle, Dan Megronigle, Bob Bowers, Louis johnson, Larry Fulton, john Cocchi, john Ryan, Ed McFal, and Bob Sweeny in the line, along with managers, Richard Howarth and Bob Stubbs. The team wishes to express their appreciation to Mr. Kane and Mr. Trout for their outstanding job of coaching. SEASONS RECORD Yeadon .......... 13 N.P. . ... 21 Swarthmore . . . 27 N. P. . . . . 7 Springfield .. , . .. 14 N. P. . ... 13 Spring City .... . .. 13 N. P. . .. . 19 A. I. Dupont ... . 0 N. P. . ... 49 Media ........... ... 12 N.P. . 13 Upper Chi ........ . 6 N.P. . 59 Marple Newtown .... . S N. P. . .. . 71 Mt. Pleasant .... ... 13 N. P. . .. . .. 38 Totals . . . ..... 106 290 58 lst Row: F, Olson, V. Bowman, N. Locke, M. Willianistwn. 2nd Row: Miss Anderson fcoachj, A. Boyer, M, Gummel, S. Damon, D. Dannaker, li. XVeiss, N. Fritz, li. Mulloy, li, Graham. arsil Huizhu Squatl The 19,18 hoekey team tompleted its serond siiccessfiil season. lt was undefeated in 1947 and lost only one game this year. Coathed hy Hilda Anderson, All-Ameriean center-forward, the team showed great sportsmanship and spirit as they compiled a record of 5 wins, 3 ties, and I loss. Un the varsity squad, captain and left-inner, Sallie Damong center-forward, Meredith Wfilliamsong right-inner, Nan Lorkeg tenter-half Barbara Mulloyg right-half, Anne Boyer, right-full, Nancy liritz, goalie, Doris Dannakerg and manager Elizabeth Graham are graduating seniors. In the jayvee lineup, left-wing, Dottie XXfeatherhyg right-inner, Zoe liranztielderg and manager, Dot Reynolds are also leaving the team. .Ia A VEB Hnclaiz Squad lst Row: -I. Matthews, VI. Tichnor, M. Davis, C. Lewis, H, Cutler, nl. Mason, P. l.indsav, ,l. Pascale, P. Craig, D. NXft-atlierhy, Ind Row: Miss Anderson fcoachj, N. Wfentz, S. l.. Wfilliamson, li. Geistweit, N, Sickler, 2. Kranz- feltler, D. Clark, li, NXfarrington, li. Glenn, D. Mooney, 15. A. lfogg, A. Fellows, B, Rice. SEASONS' RECORDS VARSITY JAYVEIE N. P. . ..., 5 Marple Newtown .... 2 N. P. ,.... . I-1 N. P. . . . , 4 Springfield ...,.... . 0 N. P. . . . .0-2 N. P. .. .. l Eddystone ....... , 1 N. P. . ...I-l N. P. . . . . 3 Chester . . . l N. P. . , . .3-0 N. P. . . . . 3 Media .,...... . 3 N. P. ..,.. .0-l N. P. . . . . o Darby .......... . o N. P. ..... .1-o N. P. .. .. tl Clifton Heights ... . 1 N. P. . . . . . .1-2 N. P. ...... 4 Alumnae ........ . . . 0 +- Q - Totals ..... 7-7 Totals ,.., 20 8 1st Row: L. Fulton, D. Shaw, D. Megronigle, E. Kluka. 2nd Row: T. Camper, R. Babe, K. Schaefer, Mr. Kane fcoachj, R. Van Winkle, B. Prouty. Hn s' Varsil Basketball The basketball team had a fair season with five wins and ten losses. In league competition they totaled three victories against seven defeats. A high point in the year was the 38-37 triumph over Media, our arch-rivals. Dan Megronigle was captain and did a fine job. Considering the handicap of no home floor and the loss of Bill Prouty through injuries, the squad did very well. Several games were lost by only a few points and might easily have gone either way. Midway in the season Mr. Kane resigned as coach and Mr. Trout succeeded him. Seniors on the Club were Dan Megronigle, Bob Van Winkle, Dick Shaw, Karl Schaefer, and Larry Fulton. SEASON'S RECORD N. P. . , . ..... 35 Eddystone .,..... . . . 56 N. P. .. .. . 22 Ridley Township ... ... 62 N.P.... ...38 Media ....,... ...37 N. P. .. .. . 25 Sharon Hill .... . ... 47 N. P. . . . . . 50 Upper Chichester . . . . . . 30 N. P. .. .. . 45 Clifton Heights ... . .. . 48 N. P. .. ... 35 Marple Newtown ... ... 55 N. P, ... ... 40 Springfield .... ... ... 42 N.P. ., 32 Sharon Hill 44 N.P. .. 38 Alumni ....... . 32 N. P. . . . , . 40 Upper Chichester . . . . 29 N. P. .. .. . 37 Clifton Heights .. . . . 45 N. P. .. ... 55 Marple Newtown . ... 45 N.P, 33 Springfield 38 N. P. .... ,. . 41 Eddystone .. ... 61 Total ,.... ..... 5 66 671 60 lst Row: R. Vogel, N. Beebe, C. Opdenaker, C. Dresden. 2nd Row: Mr. Trout fcoachj, D Moat D McKee R Sur rick, P. Citrenbaum. Absent: L. Scheidt. Hn s' Ja Vee Basketball The j.V.'s season record was four wins and nine losses. Two of the losses were in pre league play against more seasoned opponents. Taking their cue from the varsity, they, too, defeated Media Noel Beebe and Charles Opdenaker were elected co-captains. The club was noted for its beginning to end fight ing spirit. Many of their losses were close and with a little luck could have been victories Because of the experience gained this year, these boys should be a great asset to next year's varsity SEASONS RECORD N.P.... 8 N.P.... 9 N.P.... ...22 N.P.... ...20 N.P.... .,.l9 N.P.... ...IS N.P.... ...li N.P.... ...18 N.P.... .M24 N.P.... ...21 N.P.... ...32 N.P.... ...17 N.P. ..... ,..25 Totals .... .... M Eddystone ........ . . . Ridley Township Media ..,..... Sharon Hill .... Upper Chichester Clifton Heights . Marple Newtown Springfield ..... Sharon Hill Upper Chichester Clifton Heights , Marple Newtown Springfield ..... 61 35 41 19 26 ll 7 22 26 32 26 26 19 34 H - ...,. ,.i.. lst Row: B. Reynolds, M. Williamson, M. Young, N. Locke, N. Fritz, D. Mooney. 2nd Row Miss Anderson fcoach S. Damon, D. Reynolds, M. Gummel, J. Bupp, J. Pascale, B. Mcl-Ienry, B. Rice. Absent: B Mulloy Girls' Varsity Basketball The girls' varsity basketball team ended its season with a record of three wins and four losses Coached by Hilda Anderson the team showed good spirit and ability during the whole year Seniors leaving the varsity line-up are: Captain and guard, Meredith Willramson forwards Nan Locke, Barbara Mulloy, Nancy Fritz, and manager, Barbara Reynolds. SEASONS RECORD N.P.... ....27 N.P.... ...,28 N.P.... ....15 N.P.... ...,23 N.P.... ....2l N.P.... ....20 N.P.... ..31 N.P. ..... ..19 Totals .... .... 1 84 Marple Newtown Sharon Hill .... Springfield .... Media .... Eddystone ..... Clifton Heights . Upper Chichester Glen Nor ...... 62 31 18 54 44 35 18 30 20 230 yf"..a-, lf .ag 1, ,,. l lst Row: K. Reynolds, D. Sweeney, J. Olson, M. Johnson, J. Ralston, E. Olson. 2nd Row: T. Pascale, J. Knight, B. Geistweit, S. A. King, B. Dauberman, B. Glenn, P. Snideman. 3rd Row: B. Rice, C. Acton, B. A. Fogg, P. Lindsay, B. Reynolds, Miss Anderson fcoachj. Girls' Jay Vee Basketball The jay Vee team hit a five hundred average this season. They lost the first four games, but came back to win the last four. The sharp-shooting and agile court work of the girls made them a fast improving team. Graduating from the jay Vee squad are: forwards, Sallie Damon, Dot Reynolds, jean Olson, and guards, jane Knight, and Elizabeth Graham. SEASONS RECORD N. P. . . . . . 10 Marple Newtown . . . . .. 12 N. P. ... .. 14 Sharon Hill ZR N. P. ... .. 16 Springfield ... . 21 N.P. .. 21 Media .... . 34 N. P. .. . . . 28 Eddystone . .. . 7 N. P. ... .. 24 Clifton Heights ... ... 19 N. P. . . . . . 30 Upper Chichester . . . . 8 N. P. ..... ... 17 Glen Nor ..... ... 11 Totals .... .... 1 60 140 63 lst Row: P. Doer, R. Howarth, G. Stewart, B. Johnson, E. Davis, E. Summerville, A. Stephens, J. Williams. 2nd Row: j. Federchock, C. Opdenaker, E. Burn, G. Sakers, B. Simmons, B. Smith, D. Megronigle, J. Ketrick. B. Simpers, B. Burroughs, E. Kluka, J. Gummel, B. Van Winkle, D. Moat, -I. Natale. 3rd Row: Mr. Haupt, Mr. Trout, E. Lawrence, D. Sullivan, P. Levey, B. Hawkins, G. Coburn, D. McKee, J. Larkin, R. Degler, Mr. Houck, Mr. Kline, G. Weiss, Manager. 4th Row: N. Federchock, R. Zimmerman, T. Mooney, R. Vogel, B. Surrick, G. Duff, G. Rassmussen, S. Stevenson, A. Gordon, S. Elsbree, D. Morgan, W. Ammerman, E. Platt, j. Hannigan. Baseball SECTION V CHAMPIONS Our baseball team experienced the thrill of winning another Section V Championship last year. Since it was the third straight year that they had received such an honor, the team retired the Section V Cup. The season was highlighted by a play-off game with Upper Chichester from which we emerged victorious by a score of 2-1, and a Suburban Conference Championship game with Abington, which found us on the short end of a 5-0 score. Mr. Haupt's success in piloting the team to 8 wins and 5 losses can be attributed to fine pitching, alert, hard, base-running, and generally good defensive baseball, Two outstanding players, Dan Megronigle and Bob Van Wiiiklc, this year's captain, are in the graduating class. SEASONS RECORD ZZ .P.. 8 Home Sharon Hill ..., 4 April I5 .P.. 8 Away Clifton Heights. 5 April 19 N. P. . 0 Home Eddystone ..... 6 April 22 N. P. . 4 Home Upper Chichester 3 April 29 N. P. . 6 Away Marple Newtown 3 May 4 Q ' N. P.. 0 Away Sharon Hill .... 1 May 6 N. P. . 2 Away Eddystone ..... 4 May 10 N. P. , 5 Home Clifton Heights. I May 19 N. P. . 3 Away Upper Chichester 6 May 20 N. P. . 8 Home Marple Newtown 2 May Z4 N.P.. 2 Away Upper Chichester 1 May 27 N. P. . 1 Away Spring City ..... 0 june 1 W.Chester N. P. . O Away Abington ...... 5 june 10 V.F.M.A. Totals 47 41 64 lst Row: j. Phelps fcaptainj, Z. Kranzfelder, E. Olson, M. C. johnson, 2nd Row: B. Reynolds, S. Damon, N. Locke, T. johnson, M. Young, l.. McGowan, M. Gummel. Varsil Cheerleaders lfrom tryouts in the tall of the year ten girls and one boy were picked for this year's squad. jane Phelps was elected captain. Renewing an old custom that had been dropped for years, a boy cheerleader, Terry johnson, was also chosen. The group helped immensely to raise the spirit of the school and grand- standers. Pep rallies, bonlires, and exuberant cheering brought the morale to a new height. Many yells and songs were revised, and a "Cheer Contest" was held to obtain new ideas. Those who have cheered for the last time are: .lane Phelps, Sallie Damon, Nan Locke, Barbara Reynolds. Zoe Kranztelder, and Terry johnson. Juniur Varsil Cheerleaders "Qw.s-.....-e-D. C. Acton, G. Van Deusen, P. Craig, G. Glenn. Absent: QI. Tich- enor, T. Andrukonis. 65 ' fiiiif F ai. 352 iii R9 ii Class The class of "49" has been an outstanding one and its illustrious members wish to impart to the future seniors some of their qualities and characteristics which have made them such a brilliant class. JOAN SJOBERG leaves her love of horses to JEAN COSLETTg NANCY FRITZ leaves her clarinet to GEORGE JARDEN. ZOE KRANZFELDER bequeaths her seat on the hockey bench to HARRIET CUTLERg MARY RICE, being generous with her basketball ability, gives it to any Junior girl who needs it. TERRY JOHNSON leaves his dynamic cheerleading for next yearg with it goes a challenge to keep up the spirit. AUDREY LUTZ hands down about one-half of her art ability to JEAN WRIGHTg JOE DALTON's musical ability f?J goes to EDWIN SIWARSKI. SALLIE DAMON bestows her fickleness fwith all its complicationsj to the unsuspecting GINNY BOW- MAN. VERA PSONAK surrenders her visits to WPWA to DOT SWEENEY. BOB SURRICK is the recipient of TOM GRIFFITH'S mischievousness Q just what he needslj. GEORGE GOODCHILD's motorcycling cap goes to BUDDY SCHULTZQ BILL RHODES gets BETTY LOU CULLUM'S horse-laugh. PETE CITRENBAUM donates his astounding brain to the BIOLOGY DEPART- MENT for observation. JOHN COCCHI decided to leave his great love of Miss Leonard's class to the person he feels would most appreciate it, BILL HARDESTY. BOB BOWERS' curls go to his brother, FREDg BOB STUBBS' butch goes to TONY MARCH. JACK SAUNDERS thought he'd leave his brass knuckles to FRED REYNOLDS, and DOTTY WEATHERBY leaves the girls heart-broken by taking Dan with her. To cheer up any Junior who finds his Senior year rough, "RIP" VAN WINKLE leaves his laugh flachrymose-notice, MISS LEONARDJ. JOHN RYAN'S looks go to his sisterg BILL PROUTY bequeaths his "Hot Rod" subscription to HOWARD TEAL. ART POWELL surrenders his position in the band to FRED FERRARIg RAY TOM- LINSON, after careful consideration, thinks his monicker, "Goofy," should be conferred on JIMMY STABLER. GORDON HOLT'S cartoons go to JOANNA BUPP. AGNES PSONAK inherits VICKY KRYWORUKA'S interest in the Air Corps. To help the football team, JOHN LOMAX leaves his swivle-hip running to ROSS BABE, and HOWARD DONAWAY leaves his good eye to help WAYNE HUBLER See the girls go by. 68 Will LARRY FULTON'S unique way of saying "babie" is left to JIM MACDOUGALL for safe keeping while JANE KNIGHT'S love of bookkeeping is willed to BETTY SAKERS, and ADA BENTLEY gets MARIE MANNING'S typewriter. JIM THORN wills RUSSEL FOUNDS his motorbike. MARGIE MCCALL falls heir to BARBARA MULLOY'S clothes sense. Speaking of clothes for lack of theml, JANE PHELPS leaves MARIE GUMMEL her French bathing suit. LOUISE PASCALE wills TRE PASCALE her next diamond ring. While JEANNIE OLSON leaves her tinyness to sister, ELAINE. DOTTY SCHUREMAN'S looks go to SHIRLEY ROMO. ALBERT SISK bequeaths his Latin ponies, which he admits didn't do much good, to DAVID WILLIAMS, and BOB ANDERSON leaves his extra credit f1f10 pointj to the whole Junior Class-to be divided up. BOB SWEENEY'S ability to consume Four Roses like water is left to ED KLUKA. SALESSA CITRENBAUM'S smile is willed to PHYLLIS SNIDEMANQ DIANNE JOHNSON'S drawings of boys are left to SHIRLEY KING. TOM CAMPER leaves his ability at pounding a typewriter to DON MOAT. CAROLE BLACK'S Cornell weekends go to some lucky Junior and BARBARA REYNOLD'S Missouri accent goes to GINGER MCELWEE. CLARA COPPER leaves "Gene" to EVELYN WRIGHT. DORIS DANNAKER wills Goalie to ALICE FEL- LOWS, and ELIZABETH GRAHAM leaves all that work on Christmas cards to next year's class. FRED FERARRI gets GEORGE WEISS' flare for getting tangled in a thousand things at once. HENRY TRACY thinks he'll leave his ability to go steady with four girls at once to JACK NATALE. DICK SHAW says anyone who's fool enough can have his editorship next year. DOROTHY REYNOLDS thinks "Oppie" should be the general property of the Junior class. JOANNE VERCOE'S stencil-cutting is donated to MARY DAVIS. FRED TRET- TER leaves JOHN SHUTT his steering wheel and BUCKY SULLIVAN says his four- minute miles go to CARL LEVY. BILL ALGOE leaves his knack for growing tall to NICK FEDERCHOK while ANNE BOYER'S smile is left to BARBARA WARRING- TON. GARTH COOGAN'S driving is willed to any bored Juniorg ED MCFALL leaves his Irish luck to BOYCE JOHNSON. NAN LOCKE donates her short haircut to NANCY SICKLER, and GRANT MONTGOMERY'S hot rod bike goes to CHARLIE MASON. ESTHER PECK is leaving her im-peck-able Qouchlj taste in clothes to FLORENCE BIRNEYg KARL SCHAEFER'S basketball ability greets NOEL BEEBE. ROSS LEWIS leaves his title, "monster" to HENRY MASON. DAN MEGRON- IGLE wills his corners at lunch-time to FRANK BRYSON, and MEREDITH WIL- LIAMSON says LIZZIE WEISS can have everything but Bob. 69 , . .. , ,. ..., A ...,f.,..1,1 F S 1 Y I 1 I 5 1 1 1 I f Y V 1 I . W . . . 1 I . 1 1 I 1 . f 1 f I . 1 . . 1 F Y f 2 l I K I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I F 1 I I -fp-.,..w-,....,-.,,.,,mv , ,...-. , , Juninr Play The first junior Play presented in the history of Nether Providence High School was given by the class of 1949 in their junior Year. The story, "Out of the Frying Pan" by Francis Swan, ably directed by Mr, Stanley A. Boorse, was a riot of fun for cast as well as for audience. The plot involved three young men and three young women trying to break into the theater, who, driven by economic necessity, are sharing the same apartment. By chance, their rooms are directly above those of a Broadway producer who is about to cast a road company for his latest hit. They rehearse the play to perfection QU, but getting an audience with the producer presents a problem. The plans are further complicated by the fact that a snippy young friend of one of the girls threatens to tell the girl's father how she is living. Luck has it that the producer is an amateur chef of some ability, and in the middle of a culinary concoction he runs out of Hour and dashes upstairs to borrow a cup. The kids have him at last! To impress him they stage a murder secene which proves so realistic that the police swarm in. The misunderstanding becomes hilarious when it is discovered the girl who is playing the corpse has been served a mickey finn. In spite of everything, what seems to be a profitable friendship grows up, and it looks as if the future might hold some promise for the youngsters. 72 ' n...,.N.- A-v.,..1 'l'he cast was: George Bodell .... Norman Reese . . . Mrs. Garnet . . , Tony Dennison . . . Muriel lioster Kate Ault ..... Marge Benson . . . . , Dottie Coburn . . . Mr. Coburn .,.. Mr. Kenny .. Mac ......,.., joe .,.,,.,,.,,.. ...............,.......,.. . . . .Robert Bowers . . .George Weiss . . . .joan Sjoberg . . . . . .Richard Shaw ... . . . . .Nan Locke Meredith Wfilliamson ........Anne Boyer . . . . . . .Esther Peck . . . . . .Robert Sweeny . . .Richard Howarth . ,..... Edward Mcliall . .Daniel Meg ronigle Assistant Director ...............................,... Nancy Fritz Proinpters ........,............ Barbara Mulloy, Carole Black, Dorothy Wfeatherby Stage Manager ......,...............,................,.......... Ross Lewis Many other students participated in the various committees, but space limits list- ing them. ...,..... NPS wi L A Y' ' 'C YN ' - f Y u 0 999 xY3 ' Nxe QXX'-1 06 X Gentleman Country Dairy F armer ents with ew Ly' Barn. 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' D12 ou-4 arf lands '-I-Ariat. n H r Sn C EA dn li M3-I lb ' ,V JF:-Sn ?POM UDL 5.06 u .gC....6. mm 5 Flzdm Fodinll Rallx ,JB-4lw-ll:":1a.vvn.cnf?J Yearhnnk Staff . cy L or 1 li B ff? c f lst Row: T. Grifhths, G. Holt, M. Williamscmn, N. Locke, J. Knight, D. Shaw, R. Van Winkle, T. johnson, R. Stubbs, D. Dannaker. 2nd Row: D. Reynolds, J. Vercoe, L. Pascale, B. Reynolds, V. Psonak, S. Citrenbaum, V. Kryworuka, A. Lutz, M. Rice, J. Phelps, J. Olson, A. Boyer. 3rd Row: S. Damon, B. L. Cullum, R. Howarth, R. Bowers, T. Camper, L. Johnson, J. Sjoberg, Mr. Mader fadvisery Absent: C. Black, G. Coogan. OFFICERS: Editor ......,,.,. .......... D ick Shaw Business Manager . . . .... Robert Van Winkle Advertising .... ..... R obert Stubbs Secretary ..... .... J ane Knight Photographer . . . .... Tom GriHiths Activities ..... ........ N an Locke Photography . . .... Doris Dannaker Art .................................. Gordon Holt This is the student staff which has produced the N011 Pureil. It has been a pleasure working with these people whose efficient cooperation has been outstanding. The entire faculty, especially Mr. Wilkinson, Mr. Blewett, Mr. Mader, and Mr. Kline, have lent their support. Rather than having a general theme to this oook, we have tried to continue the original trend of the class of 1949 in this publication. I hope that in the coming years my classmates will be able, by glancing at this annual, to remember their enjoy- able years of high school and perhaps for a moment return to those carefree days. If we succeed in this, our purpose will have been accomplished. Sincerely yours, DICK SHAW. 78 4 -E 5 . ' QW ff XX f kk ' if X , X 1 '- XX X K Z -.x 1 y I ,v x an. ' -Jwkyk X FPL J x 1 ES' X 5 S-f f h R 'r 1 4 5 Q --' A . A 4 'W fa Q 'X h X . ,x.s :TQ fi ,, 5 jigxqw-fggsxf . xx, A Q-.- 'Lrg' --A 'xi .-'Q ' .8 2' 1 X ff 2? 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PETE and IERRY'S MARKET "A Pleasure to Serve You" FRESH CUT MEATS FROZEN FOODS FRESH PRODUCE Brookhaven, Po. Fuel Oil : Oil Burners : Burner Service KETRICK 6. SON Brookhaven, Chester, Pa, Phone 2-2892 Mmm 6-1855 THE SHOE SPOT "The Spot lor Fine Footwear Expertly Fitted" 203 W. STATE STREET Media, Pa. IEFFERIS DRUG STORE MARTIN S. RICHMAN, B.Sc. The REXALL Store Opposite Post Office Media, Pa. MEdia 6-0160 Phone MEdia 6-0630 A. G. FERGUSON FERGUSON'S Hardware - Feed - Home Furnishings Paint - Oil - Glass Guns - Ammunition - Fishing Tackle 4 E. STATE STREET Media, Pa. Diamonds - Watches - Sheaifer Pens GIF T s FRED A. FISH I E W E L E R 5 E. STATE STREET Medici, PCI. X Yarn IHHIHY uns It's Smart..! To cooperate in pre- venting accidents. Obey all safety signs. RED ARROW LINES Phila. Suburban Transportation Co. morz'oo'.v jimi royon plow' olisbezf in 1910 and stiff going .firorzgf worm AMERICAN VISCOSE CORPORATION America's largest producer of rayon MARCUS HOOK, PA. D I S T R I B U T O R Esso Oil Bumers - Esso Fuel Oil - Frigidaire Product WILSON COAL 6: SUPPLY CO. Wallingford, Pc. COMPLIMENTS AND BEST WISI-IES OF MILLER-FLIJUNIIEHS DAIRY Distributor of GOLDEN GUERNSEY MILK Phone CI-Iester 3-6129 SWARTHMORE NATIONAL BANK 6 TRUST CO. M b fljedercxl Deposit Insurcm C p t' Phone MEdio 6-2960 - 6-2961 CAT'S PAW Rubber Heels and Soles Stops Slipping Instantly! REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE FRANK ROSS 216 W. STATE STREET 10 E. STATE STREET Medio, Po. Phone MEcliu 6-1297 Medici, Po. .ff "W Y' -5'r-Tirjlgrx-I Q , , A J Zi.. , A ,7 F E, - ""t" 2 . . ,. .RQ,kXL:04,tlJ9e ., f s f yy Q K . NW! ' g 1 '- - K ,fZ': 2 twlxliijxa ..g,0fQ ,,N. IDI xitcui J, -I Ek' t xt? l , t,,t ' . Coflissv' , Q' f.-E9 ff N X ULltwtilltullvtllll ,E lI'Q':'ff':fI11i"" X ,f fs CUTTFI '0e.sgavuYf -9? f Q E 1' 'I' AM E R I C scb Pnonucrs SERVE A Michael's College Pharmacy CHARLES A. MCCAFFERTY On the Corner BALTIMORE PIKE cmd PROVIDENCE ROAD Swarthmore, Po, MEdio 6-9347 EVERYTHING IN DRUGS DAIVICN 8: FCSTER Guifanc! gonmging glngineem CHESTER PIKE AND HIGH STREET SHARON HILL, DELAWARE COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA For those who insist on high quality Phone: Chester 2-8849 Chester, Pa deff 'pen D O - N U T S Only Pure Ingredients Used 609 WELSH STREET HENRY'S BARBER SHOP For Fine Scalp and Facial Treatment Specializing in Ladies' Haircuts 207 W. STATE STREET Media, Pa. There are many good reasons for Saving. But there is only one Good Way to Save. OPEN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT TODAY THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MEDIA Member-Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Compliments ot THE OTTEY PRINT SHOP PARTICULAR PRINTING 107 SOUTH MONROE STREET Media, Pennsylvania MEdia 6-0114 ALBIN P. OTTEY, Prop. B. GROSS MEDIA'S LEADING CLOTHING CENTER Corner State and Iackson Streets Media, Pa. Phone MEdia 6-1647 HOME OF BOTANY "500" Complete Dry Cleaning and Tailoring Departments ELWOOD SWEET Jew-'usn ..... 615 WELSH ST., CHESIII, PA. FINE DIAMONDS - WATCHES BUS SERVICE IOHN Mor: MEDIA TAXI SERVICE Phone MEdia 6-1100 and 6-1857 312 WEST BAKER STREET Media, Pa. 24-HOUR SERVICE "Always Ready to Serve You" MURRAY'S DRUGS THE PRESCRIPTION STORE 32 W. STATE STREET Media, Pa, Phone MEdicr 6-3700 CHARLES A. HIGGINS Electrical Contractor RCA TELEVISION and RADIOS ALL HOME APPLIANCES 112 West State Street Me dia STENUIIRAPHIC SEIIRETARIAL I BUSINESS AIJMINISTRIITIUN Individual Progress Courses' I . 62111- Fwnaea Ma" IIIQ mas I . I f I 5: I I I SUMMER TERM-B Weeks, Beginninglune 20 Shorthand and Typing Courses for I those who plan to attend college Brush-up and Regular Courses. I I FALL TERM-Day, Sept. 6-Evening, Sept.19 Early Enrollment Advisablo I PEIRCE SCHUUL UF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION I Plno Sf. Wal! ol Broad, Philadelphia 2, Pa. Call, write or 'phone PE 5-2100 for catalog M E D F O R D S ' FRANKFURTERS For QUALITY ond F L AV O R MEDFORDS' Inc. Chester, Penncz. PROMPT SERVICE Refrigerators - Radios - Television Washers - Bendix Home Laundry ALL MAKES PEOPLES TIRE STORE CO. MEclicr 6-0205-6-2225 211 W. STATE STREET en Every Evening Media, P WALLINGFORD GARAGE again . Ufficial Plwtoyrapluel-A for the 1949 Hon Pal-eil FOR BETTER YEARBOOKS F O R B E T T E R PHOTOGRAPHS The experience of TWO GENERA- TIONS of PHOTOGRAPHERS is offered to Editor and Class Advisor . . . with a service which includes, not only mak- ing Portraits. Groups and Candid Photographs, but also suggesting ideas for adding interest to the Yearbook. I-l ERA STEH 1705 Chestnut Street Philadelphia. Pa. Formerly Hollander 6- Feldman 4 PICTORIAL POWER The irresistible power of pictures is felt in class record books just as surely as in magazines and other publica- tions. 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