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

 - Class of 1950

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.4 .II-o-AEK! Rl iggu M Q. ,- J 4 -.-.-4 "1-Z , - 'S ,, we," x . LI 9 3 1 MH ., :l.v wr, 'nn . . 'H :igggm Tiiifll-is-5 . , ' 1-ff?-, : -.4 . x , , 1'- z X. . 4. , ,,,h.,i-. 5 s .c 'L v l,,.ri N NP HEIL PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS OF THE NETHER PROVIDENCE HIGH SCHOOL WALLINGFOBD 0 PENNA. Y' ll 4+ Digi., ' "' """" IDI n:I'l,-"prey R... r + - L 1 rf , I -f x . gr w DEDIEATIU TU: MRS. ALICE ROWLAND cmd MR. FRANK A. MADER Class Advisers We, the Class of 195U, dedicate this yearbook, in appreciation of your guidance and influence so wel- come during our many trying moments. 3 -'QQ sh, 12? we xm- m A Hmmm- 1 ZZ' wa' All W ffxx Q-I-L,D gm? lu.:- Howard A. Wentz-Wellsville, Pennsylvania B.S., Lebanon Valley College M.S., in Education, Temple University Supervising Principal No young person today can afford to take the chance "that time will tell." You must be willing to seek the opportunity rather than waiting for it to come to you. Never has there been a time when so many new fields of endeavor have been open to young people who want to achieve and take pride in accomplish- ment. In the fields of science, agriculture, industry, politics and social science the possibilities are un- limited. Industry is waiting with open arms for those people who are willing to start at the bottom. Indus- trialists are looking for enterprising young people with varied abilities who will make full use of their talents. Your future career is on trial just as is Democracy in the country. If either is to come into full bloom it means that each of us must be active, intelligent participants. Best wishes to each one of you. Sincerely. HOWARD A. WENTZ Your thoughts will soon be turning toward your hopes and aspirations for the future. In high school you have gained a little knowledge, but you still have much to learn. The knowledge you have gained will serve as a foundation upon which to build. Your future success and happiness will depend largely upon these two basic ideas. First, a deep, driving desire to learn: and second, a vigorous de- termination to increase your ability to deal with people. The first idea is the application of this quotation: "When one stops learning, one stops living." Learn- ing is a continuous process and needs to be applied effectively to your daily living, to your job, or to your duties and responsibilities as a good citizen. This means essentially that you should perform duties beyond the daily task, do things you are not required to do, know more about your job than the other fellow, bear other people's burdens, go the extra mile, and set standards for yourself higher than anyone would dare to set for you. The other is developing skills in human relation- ship - your personality. This is the technique of get- ting along with and influencing other people, as well as your interest and services to others. This can best be realized by becoming genuinely inter- ested in other people and by respecting the dignity of man which is the true essence of democracy. With these thoughts in mind, I extend to you every wish for a successful and happy life. Sincerely yours, PARK A. HESS Park A. Hess-Ephrata, Pennsylvania Normal Diploma, State Teachers College, Millersville, Pennsylvania B.S., Pennsylvania State College M.A., Teacher's College, Columbia University Graduate work, Temple University High School Principal Alatheia E. Reese-Montoursville, Pennsylvania B.S., in Education, State Teachers College, Mansfield, Pa. Guidance Counselor's Certificate, Temple University Guidance Counselor THE CLASS UF 1950 It is customary tor our elders to say that the young people of today are the leaders of tomorrow. That is far from an empty phrase in this country, where the obstacles to advancement are so few. It is hard for us to realize that there are millions of people all over the World today, who have no idea what we mean when We speak of freedom of opportunity. It seems to me, our special responsibil- ity is not only to understand the meaning of freedom of opportunity, but to preserve it, and if possible, to make it work for more and more people throughout the world. One of the characteristics which I think distin- guishes a free country is faith in the individual, and a conviction that each of us has not only rights, but responsibilities. I feel sure that you, the class of 1950, will accept your responsibilities. My best wishes go with you. ALATHEIA E. REESE Nancy V. Logan iMissl-Secretary of School Board B.A., Wilson College-M.G.A., University ot Pennsylvania Waltsie D. Bishop tMrs.l-Secretary of Supervising Principal Alice M. Wenger iMrs.l-Secretary to High School Principal lean Olson iMiss l -Clerk 7 FACULTY: Hilda E. Anderson, Had- donfield, N. I. B.S., Ursinus College Teaches: Physical Educa- tion Activities: Cheerleading Club, Varsity Club, Coach ot hockey, basketball, and sott- ball Stanley A. Boorse, Roy- ersford, Pa. B.S. in Music, State Teachers College, West Chester, Pa. Dramatic Production, Cornell University Teaches: English Activities: Dramatic Club, Sr., Sr. Class Play Richard H. Blewett, Read- ing, Pa. B.S. in Art Education, State Teachers Col- lege, Kutztown, Pa. M. ot Education, Penn- sylvania State College Teaches: Art Activities: Archery, Model Air- plane, Automotive Mechanics Club Ioseph I. Chesney, Mount Carmel, Pa. B.S., State Teachers Col- lege, Bloomsburg, Pa. University of Pennsylva- nia Teaches: Mathematics, Ir. High Activities: Game Club, Ir. High Football, Sr. High Basketball Coach Iohn F. Echternach, Stras- burg, Pa. B.S., State Teachers Col- lege, Millersville, Pa. M.S. in Education, Tern- ple University Teaches: English Activities: Sports Club, lr. and Sr. High, Ir. High Basketball Coach Catherine L. Gray, West Chester, Pa. B.A., State Teachers Col- lege, West Chester, Pa. University of Pennsyl- vania Teaches: Social Studies Activities: Dramatic Club, lr. High Chester V. Haupt, Trevor- ton, Pa. B.S., State Teachers Col- lege, Bloomsburg, Pa. Michigan Normal Col- lege University of California Teaches: Physical Educa- tion Activities: Director ot athletics, Supervisor Health and Physi- cal Education, Baseball coach Mabel O. Heckler, Bangor, Pa. B.S., State Teachers Col- lege, Bloomsburg, Pa. M.S., University ot Penn- sylvania Teaches: Business Educa- tion Activities: Business Education Club, Charge ot school ac- tivities' accounts Fred L. Houck, Catawissa, Pa. B.S., State Teachers Col- lege, Bloomsburg, Pa. M.S. in Education, Uni- versity of Pennsylvania Teaches: Sciences Activities: Science Club, Fac- ulty manager ot athletics, As- sistant coach of baseball Carl E. Kane, Essington, Pa. B.S., University of St. Louis University of Pennsylva- nia Teaches: Social Studies Activities: Varsity and United Nations Youth Clubs, Foot- ball coach Gilbert L. Kline, Catawis- sa, Pa. B.S. in Education, State Teachers College, Bloomsburg, Pa. M.S. in Education, Uni- versity ol Pennsylvania Teaches: U.S. History, So- cial Living Activities: Student Council, Ra- dio Forum and Radio Speak- ing Ioanne Kutz, Upper Darby, Pa. B.S. in Music Ed., State Teachers College, West Chester, Pa. Teaches: Vocal Music, Grade School Activities: lr. Chorus, Sr. Chorus Mary C. Law, Glasgow, Scotland B.S., Ed.M., Temple Uni- versity Teaches: Business Educa- tion Activities: Photography Club, Faculty manager ot girls' ath- letics Edith L. Leonard, Philadel- phia, Pa. B.A., M.A., University ol Michigan Teaches: English Activities: Debating Club, Com- mencement Frank A. Mader, Duncan- non, Pa. B.A., Dickinson College University of Pennsylva- nia Teaches: Sr. High Mathe- matics Activities: Yearbook Adviser, Co-sponsor ot Dance Band F AEULTY1 E. Russell Megonegal, Philadelphia, Pa. B.A., Franklin and Mar- shall College Temple University Teaches: Science Activities: Aeronautics Club, Coaches Ir. High Football and Basketball Laura A. Reed, Philadel- phia, Pa. A.B., M.A., University of Pennsylvania Graduate Work, Temple University, Columbia University, N. Y. Teaches: Latin, French Activities: Publicity Club, Spon- sor National Honor Society Alice Rowland, Williams- port, Pa. A.B. in French, Bucknell University Graduate work Teaches: Spanish, English Activities: Press Club Fl-XE LTY: Iohn M. Sepella, West Chester, Pa. B.S. in Music Ed., State Teachers College, West Chester, Pa. Ed. Master, Temple Uni- versity, Philadelphia. Pa. Teaches: Instrumental Music Activities: Band, Orchestra, Co- sponsor Dance Band, Direc- tor ot assemblies Francis H. Spickler, West- town, Pa. B.S. in Education, State Teachers College, Mil- lersville, Pa. Temple University Teaches: Industrial Arts Activities: Craft Club Lloyd G. Trout, Lewis- berry, Pa. B.S., State Teachers Col- lege, Millersville, Pa. Temple University Teaches: Social Studies Activities: Safety Club, Assist- ant Football coach, Basket- ball coach M. Celine Turville, Lans- dale, Pa. B.S. and M.S. in Educa- tion, University of Penn- sylvania Teaches: English, Social Studies, Mathematics Activities: Ir. High Student Council, lr. Red Cross Myrtle Wandless, Berwyn, Pa. B.S. in Education, Tem- ple University M.A., Columbia Univer- sity Teaches: Home Economics Activities: Sewing Club, Needle- work Club Olivia White, Ardmore, Pa. B.S., University oi Penn- sylvania B.L.S., Drexel Institute Teaches: Use of Library Activities: Librarian, Library Club, Charge ot films William I. Wilkinson, Lans- downe, Pa. B.S. in Education, State Teachers College, Mil- lersville, Pa. University ol Pennsylva- nia Penn State College Teaches: Industrial Arts Activities: Surveying Club Mildred C. Williams, Me- dia, Pa. B.S. in Education, State Teachers College, Mansfield, Pa. Graduate work, Duke University, State Teach- ers College, Albany. N. Y. University of Pennsylva- nia, special mathe- matics Teaches: Mathematics Activities: Bridge Club T ENMDHS ,-7 J If fi -2 I SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Marge Young ....................4..... Treasurer Agnes Psonak . .. ....... Secretary Iack Natale .. .... Vice-Presideni Roy Degler .. ....... President NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY ACTIVE MEMBERSHIP GRADUATE MEMBERSHIP Nancy Sickler Anne Boyer '49 Km Clmk Robert Buxbaum '48 Elizabeth Weiss Harriet Diem '47 Nancy Fritz '49 Henry Ingram '48 Michi Kobayashi '47 Warren Mulloy '47 Barbara Reynolds '49 Richard Shaw '49 Robert Van Winkle '49 lean Weir '48 Patricia Wiley '47 Meredith Williamson '49 12 5 5 r 5 lair 11' NOEL BEEBE Academic Ocean City . . . ice cream . . . dribbles . . . Swish-h-h! . . . that laugh . . . pop- corn . . . flashy ties . . , always ready tor an argument . . . McKee . . . Reds . . . St. Council . . . long eye lashes . , . "Iim." I.V. Basketball 2, 35 Varsity captain 45 Student Council 2, 3, President 45 U.N.Y. 4. FLORENCE BIRNEY Business Education Friendly . . . blusher . . . companionable . . . ilits in and out of typing room . . . sec- retary . . . a swell pal . . , dependable , . , "salesgirl" , , , quiet . , . sweet smile . . . bowling fiend . , , lunchtime joker. Photography Club 25 Business Education Club 3, 45 Press Club 45 Senior Chorus 2, 3, 4. VIRGINIA BOWMAN Academic Attractive , . . loves horseback riding . . . Iiend tor baked bean sandwiches . . . Liz and Harriet , . stubborn . . . tlashy cars . , . color guard , , , that complexion . . , left inner . . , catsup . . . party gal . . . senior play . . . "where's aman?" I.V. Hockey 25 Varsity 3, 45 Color Guard 2, 3, 45 Varsity Club 3, 45 Student Council 2, 35 Bridge Club 25 Cheerleading Club 45 Senior Play Cast 45 Yearbook 4. WILLIAM BRADLEY General Good lungs . . . comic books in English class . , . baby blue eyes . . . upstate . , , reck- less , . . what a laugh . . . car on Sunday night . . . pranker . , . spontaneous . . . class discussions . . . set in his ways , . . big guy . . . that coat! I.V, Baseball 2, 3, 45 Sports Club 25 Senior Chorus Z, 3. 4. ETHEL BUTZ Gen eral Artist . . , quiet . . . Iean , . . loves western magazines . . . food fiend . . . swimming star . . . horseback riding . . . long hair . . . skiing , . , tall . . . nice eyes , , . sweet . . , friendly . . , yearbook worries. Square Dancing 25 Sewing Club 35 Public- ity Club 45 Senior Chorus 45 Yearbook Art Editor 4. ROLLO CANAVAN Academic Gunning fiend . . . appendicitis . . . shot guns . . . good pistol shot . . . dig out . . . little car . . . fisherman . . . trap-shooter . . . early-bird . . . quiet . . . nice smile . . . unassuming . . . agh, French! Sports, Advanced 2, 3, Vice President 45 Auto Mechanics 3. DEBORAH CLARK Academic Pretty . . , blonde . . . Chicago . . . trips to the shore . . . cowgirl , , . blue Chevvy . . . hockey wing . . , Milly . . . dig-out . . . lunch time . , . record fiend . . . friendly . . . unassuming . . . "P.M." . . . odd sodas. I.V. Hockey 3, 45 I.V. Basketball 35 Bridge Club 3, 45 Treasurer, Dramatics Club 35 Photography Club, Treasurer 45 Senior Chorus 45 Senior Play Cast 4. Entered 3. KATRINKA CLARK Academic Skillful on the ivories . . . all the answers , . . summer time nature girl . . . Music! . . . courtesy par excellence . . . put that piccolo down . , , hard worker on hockey field . . . reliable . . . mail box watcher . . . Australia . . . French correspondent . . light lipstick . , , friendly. l.V. Hockey 45 Dramatics Club 25 Treas- urer Bridge Club 35 Band 2, 3, 45 Orches- tra 2, 45 Senior Chorus 2, 3, 45 U.N.Y. 45 Senior Play Production 45 National Honor Society. 3 GEORGE COBURN General Buddy ot Ted . . . Buick . , . that certain girl . . . those funny jokes . . . "The blond mop" . . . swell guy . . . ready smile . . .shy? . . . "atlas" . . . that darn ankle . . . loud sweaters . . . heartthrob , . , loves lizards. Varsity Football 3, 45 I.V. Baseball 25 Var- sity Club 3, Vice President 45 Photog- raphy, President 3-Vice President 2. IEAN COSLETT Academic Family car-oh, boylsl! . . . art . . . cym- bals , . . always putting her foot in it . . . undiscovered hockey player , . , original . . . unpredictable . . .energetic . . . short men . . , quick temper . . . blondey. I.V. Hockey 2, 45 Dramatics Club 2, 4: Press Club 35 U.N.Y. 45 Orchestra Z5 Band 45 Yearbook 45 Senior Play Production 4. HARRIET CUTLER Academic "Yap yap' '... an "A" student? . . . that Hudson . . . goodtime . . . nice clothes . . , Henrietta . . . cheery manner . . . debator . . , Exeter . . . hockey player? . . . cute . . . silly . . . ambitious . . . party gal. . . late lor school. I.V. Hockey 3, 45 Debating Club 2, Team 3, 45 Dramatic Clubs 25 U.N.Y. 3, 45 Bridge Club 45 Senior Chorus 35 Humor Editor Bark 35 Feature Editor Bark 45 Yearbook 45 Senior Play Cast 45 Quill and Scroll. CLAIRE DANNAKER Academic Summer tans . , . woman driver . . . sharp dresser . . . always with Sic . . . bass drum . . . ties . . . humorous . . . dependable . . . innocent . . . lefty . . . haunting eyes . . giggle . . . ornery . , . friendly. Sewing Club 25 Dramatics Club Z, 35 Senior Chorus 2, 35 Band 45 Student Coun- cil 45 Yearbook 4. 7 i is Wit f t llrt Y DONALD DAVIES General Horse crazy . . . Levi-Kid . . . those foodless Wednesdays . . . lunchtime run-around . . . "Ah, go-on" . . , let me see , . . "Transfer, please" . . . cute grin . . . devilish. Sports Club 2, 45 Aeronautics Club 3. EARL DAVIS General Twin , . . joker . . . award winner . . . mischievous . . . sweet stuff . . . grocery manager . . . brown eyes . . . Sr, Scout . . . short sprout . . .speedster . . . ready smile . . . those early dismissals . . . Chester girls . . . sister trouble. Football manager 2, 3g Basketball man- ager, 25 Baseball manager 25 Sports Club 27 Sr. Chorus 2, 3, 4. MARY DAVIS Business Education Twin . . . Shorty . . . always busy . , . happy-go-lucky . . . devilish . . . Chester . . , Babe , . . apples . , . Church League basketball games . . . "Africa" . . . lunch- time joker. I.V. Hockey 2, 35 I.V. Basketball 25 Soltball 3, 45 Dramatics Club 21 Business Education Club 3, Secretary 45 Sewing Club 3: Senior Chorus 2, 3, 45 Yearbook 4. ROY DEGLER General Ipana smile . . . those poor deer . . . 1ady's man , . . loyal friend . . . dependable . . . presidential troubles . . . blushes easily . . . substantial head . , , careful of that Chevvy . . . paint brushes . . . impressive manner . . . slow eater , . . auto mech .,.. travels with Earl, Don, and Nick . . , flashy dresser . . . rabbit killer. I.V. Baseball 2, 35 Sports Club 2, 3, Pres- ident 4g Homeroom President 3, 4, Vice President Zg Class President 3, 4: Sr. Chorus 2, 3, President 4. RAYMOND EDWARDS General Easy to please . . . loves pie . . . shutter- bug . . . mechanics . . . Mustang Kid . . . pipe smoker . . . man ot many words . . . sports roadsters . . . Saturday night dances . . . girls?? . . . photographer . . . is it a car?? Aeronautics Club 25 Auto Mechanics 3, 45 Photography Club, President Z, Vice Presi- dent 3. NICK FEDERCHOCK General Mischievous . . . Miss Leonard's helper . . , lunchtime run-around . . . cork smeller . . . Mr. Baseball himsell . . . shrimp , . , ornery . . . Earl . . . big brown eyes and big "brown" nose. I.V. Baseball 2, 35 Varsity 45 Varsity Club 4. FERDINAND FERRARI Academic Great talker ldisagreement and alll . . . swell guy . . . editor . . . ivory tickler . . . Boogie-Woogie . . , curly . . , nice dresser . . . ping-pong champ . . . girls . . . "Occy" . . . brain child . . . loves that Bark! Dramatics 25 Press Club 35 Student Coun- cil Treasurer 35 Band 2, 3, Vice President 45 Dance Band 45 Senior Play Cast 45 Editor-in-chief Bark 45 Vice President class 25 Grubb Award 35 Quill and Scroll. SALLY FURMAN Academic Duo editor . . . hates to have picture taken . . . handknit sweaters . . . summer at the shore . . "Dingle" . , . likes Lehigh men . , mink cape . . . Allentown . . . depend- able . . . Dutchman . . . hails from up-State . . . new, green Chevvy . . . P.M.C. Press Club 3, 45 Bridge Club 3, 45 U.N.Y. 35 Senior Play Production 45 Bark News Editor 45 Yearbook Activities Editor 45 Quill and Scroll5 D.A.R, Award 4. Entered 3 WILLIAM GALLAGHER General Friendly . . . always has a smile . . . that trusty old car l?l . . . usually seen with Iean . . . last runner . . . ornery . . . Media fan . . . good-natured. . . "Perseverance" . . . "Wilkie's" . . . prize painter. Entered during 3. Auto Mechanics 3, 45 Bridge Club 4, Senior Play Cast 4: Yearbook 4. MARIE GUMMEL Business Education Hockey center . . . soft voice . . . pretty . . . versatile . . . Sharon Hill fan . . . streamlined . . . Co-captain-cheerleader . . . easy to get along with . . . cute laugh . . . sister to Ioe . . . loves to dance . . . lunchtime joker. I.V. Hockey 2-Varsity 3, 4, I.V. Basket- ball Z-Varsity 3, 45 Softball Z, 3, 45 Var- sity Club 2, 3, Treasurer 47 Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Twirling Club 25 Homeroom Treas- urer 2, Secretary 47 Yearbook 4. IOAN HAMILTON Business Education Quiet . . . nursemaid . . . lunchtime joker , . . loves horses . . . always sharing con- lidences with Agnes . . . career woman . . . dainty . . . sweet . . . orange fiend . . . hoagies . . . neat hair-do's . . . good typist. Twirling Club 25 Business Education Club 3, 4, Senior Play Production 4, Yearbook 4. ROBERT HAYES Academic Bubbles . . . Hotrod . . . ping-pong champ . , . tit-tat-toe addict . . . trig tiend?? . . . "Anybody done their experiment?" , . . quiet Cat timesl. I.V. Football 35 Bridge Club 2, 3: Student Council 3, 45 Senior Play Production 4. BOYD HEDRICK Academic One of the "chain gang" . . . wavy locks , . . friendly . . . good looker . . . blushes , . . crazy about books, Chesterlields, and girls . . . "George" . . . quiet . . . sport tan . . . dancerl?l . . . quiet, but ornery. Dramatic Club 25 Auto Mechanics 35 Sur- veying 45 Band Z, 3, 45 Orchestra 2. SHIRLEY HOLLINGSWORTH Business Education Oh, those parties! . . . changeable . . . aqua Studebaker . . . sophisticated . . , cheerful greeting . . . hard worker . . . Miss Leonard's pet? . . , hates kids lespecially nephewsl . . , ham sandwiches . . . always late . , . moody . . . manager . . . booming laugh . . . blonclie . . . smooth dancer. Hockey manager 45 Color Guard 45 Dra- matics Club 2, 3, 45 Senior Chorus 3: Senior Play Production 45 Yearbook 4. RALPH HUNTER Academic "Captain" . . . easy on that saxophone . . . hornrimmers make the man . . . bit o' the devil . . . loves homework . . . some giggle . . . breezes through English class . . . ride that pony . . . joker . .. iust a wee bit lazy , . . party boy . . . talkative . . . light looted on the dance floor. I.V. Football Z, 3, Co-captain 45 I.V. Base- ball 35 Tumbling Club 25 Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 4. BOYCE IOHNSON General Mail carrier . . . "Anybody got a smoke?" . . . Mr. Bones . . . 8 miles to a gallon . . . Hotrod happy . . . always getting in trouble . . . small-try . . . English. Football manager Z, 35 Basketball man- ager 25 Baseball manager 25 Surveying Club 3, 45 Aeronautics Club 3, 4. LAWRENCE IOHNSON General Furniture maker . . . mischievous . . . argu- ments with Miss Leonard . . . loves photog- raphy . . . those literature tests! . . . that mop . . , friendly . . . Fairlawn food man . . . professor . . , talker . . . Mr. Chair- man . . . sloppy shopper . . . endman . . . King of Hearts. Press Club 25 Tumbling Club 35 Photog- raphy Club 45 Yearbook 4. LORRAINE IOHNSON Business Education Humorous . . . quiet . . . neat dancer . . . Blue Chip . . . likes to draw . . . party-girl . good typist . . . nice hair-do's . . . neat . . . West Grove. Sewing Club 25 Craft Club 35 Yearbook 4. EDWARD KLUKA General Eddie . . . athlete . . . teddy-bear hair cut . . . personality plus . . . friendly . . . jokes . . . "shut-up" . . . temper . . . energetic . . . Saturday night dances . . . quiet man- ner? . . . singer . . . the boys! . . . dead eye on the basketball court. I.V. Football 2-Varsity 3, 45 I.V. Basket- ball 2-Varsity 3, 45 Varsity Baseball Z, 35 Varsity Club 3, 45 Tumbling 2, 3, 45 Student Council 2, Vice President 45 Home- room President 3, 45 Class Treasurer 2, Vice President 3. DAVID KUDISH Academic 5 o'clock shadow . . . Hardesty's plays . . . Chevvy . . . steel wool . . . violinist . . . Chesterlields . . . peel-out . . . Pilot House . . . big brown eyes . . . "Cousin Iohn" . . . Fairview Road . . . casanova . . . dancer . . . sleeps during English. Entered during Z. Dramatics Club 3, 45 Auto Mechanics 45 Orchestra 25 Senior Play Cast 4. DOROTHY LANCE Business Education Always smiling . . . soft drawl . . . rosy cheeks . . . good wife . . . good worker . . . considerate . . . fiend on a machine . . . camp gal . . . horse-laughs with the gang . . . photographer . . . blue paint. Sewing Club 25 Business Education Club 3, 45 Publicity Club5 Press Club 45 Senior Chorus 2, 3. CLAIRE LEWIS Academic Hockey player . . . flirtatious eyes . . . cute . . peppy . . . seen but not heard . . . ballet dancer . . , Oh, that Harvard Key . . . Saturday night dances . . . swimming star . . . human pretzel. I.V. Hockey Z, 35 Varsity 45 Varsity Club 45 Dramatics Club Z, 35 Color Guard 2, 3, 45 Senior Chorus 2, 3, 4. IOAN MCCORMICK Academic Cute . . . redhead . . . easily swayed . . . likes the name Bob . . . convivial parties . . . oh, that sunroom . . . red Mercury . . . flighty . . . French addict . . , stubborn . . . boy in every class-prompter . . . giggler . . . get-togethers with the gals. Softball 25 Debating Club 35 Dramatics Club 25 Bridge Club 35 Press Club 2, 3, 45 U.N.Y. 35 Band Z, 35 Senior Chorus Z, 3, 45 Senior Play Production 45 Yearbook 4. LEONA MCGOWAN Business Education Basketball fiend . . , attractive . . . shape . . . cheerleader . . . likes to quarrel with Noel . . mischievous . . . nice dresser . . . those snoozes in English class . . . spelling whiz , , . versatile . . . Penn State Rooter . . . nice hair . . . boys!! I.V. Basketball 2, Varsity '3, 45 Softball Z, 3, 45 Varsity Club 3, Secretary 45 Cheer- leading 3, 45 Dramatics Club 2, Secretary 35 Publicity Club 25 Senior Chorus Z, 35 Homeroom Secretary 2, Treasurer 45 Year- book 4. DAVID MCKEB Academic White Dodge , . , Beebe . . . Ocean City an . . . shy guyf?l . . . neat dresser . . . food! . , . friendly . . . clean cut . . . effec- tive smile . . . heartbreaker . . . subtle jokes . business man . . . free popcorn. I.V. Football 2, Varsity 3, 45 I.V. Basket- ball Z, 3, Varsity 45 Baseball 3, 45 Varsity Club 3, Secretary 45 Bridge Club 25 Home- room Treasurer 3, 45 Senior Play Produc- tion 45 Yearbook Business Manager 4. ODESSA MANN Academic Always laughing . . . slow eater . . . neat . studious . . , dignified , . . remember those grade school days . . , good sport . . . s y . . . friendly manner . . . good dresser . the old pencil . . . loves to dance . . . cute. I.V. Basketball 25 Sewing Club 2, 3, 45 Senior Chorus 2, 35 Yearbook 4. ANTHONY MARCH Academic Famous "hay-stack" hair , . . loves race tracks . , . studious? . . . bigoted talker . . . brute force . . . chess and checker cham P . ping-pong . . . math. whiz . . . 3 day school weeks . . . hard on the kids . . . a last minute man . . . engine trouble . . . Nevins' . . . likes last music. I.V. Football 2, 3, Varsity 45 Varsity Club 45 Bridge Club 2, 45 Senior Play Cast 4. DOROTHY MOONEY Academic West Chester bound . . . personality plus . athlete . . . dependable . . . temper . red hair . . . usher , . . hardworker . cooperative . . . "We'd better win" . happy-go-lucky . . . good pal . . . headman G.V.C. I.V. Hockey 2, Captain 3, Varsity 45 Var- sity Basketball 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 2. President 4, Vice President 35 Student Council 2, 35 Senior Chorus 2, 35 Year- book 4. IACK NATALE General Red . . steak and trench fries . . . dry wit . . . everybody's friend . . . those definitions and sentences . . . nice guy . . . little blue Ford . . . quick tlips . . . ready smile . . . two seats in the movies . . . blue corduroy shirt. I.V. Football 2: Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 3, 4: Photography Club 2: Auto Mechanics Club 4: Homeroom Vice President 3, 4: Class Vice President 4: Senior Play Production 4. ELAINE OLSON General V Short skirts . . . cute . . . dimples . . . little blue coupe . . . Co-captain cheerleader . . . petite . . . quick smile . , . twinkling blue eyes . . . lull ot pep . . . feminine . . . swish . . . beauty contestant . . . loves to eat . . . small-try. I.V. Hockey 2, 4, Varsity 3: Basketball 2, 3: Varsity Club 3, 4: Cheerleader 2, 3, 4: Twirling Club 2: Senior Chorus 4: Class Treasurer 3. CHARLES OPDENAKER General Athlete . . . short . . . English lover . . . Quarter-of-one busses . . . serious expressions . . . sharp answers . . . red hair . . . no worries or troubles . . . good pal ol the tel- las . . . last on the basketball court . . . swell guy. I.V. Football 2, 3, Varsity 4: I.V. Basket- ball 2, 3, Varsity 4: Varsity Baseball 2, 3, Captain 4: Varsity Club 3, 4: Aeronautics Club Z: Tumbling Club 3. IEAN PASCALE Academic Fast center-half . . , Chemistry whizl?J . . . good pal . . . tomboy . . . Boyd Drug Store . . . temper . . . dependable . . . devilish . . . Hockey Captain . . . big grin lor any- one . . . Penn. Ave .... brown eyes . . . lunchtime joker . . . man-hater. I.V. Hockey 2, 3, Varsity Captain 4: I.V. Basketball 2, 3, Varsity 4: Softball 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 4: Craft Club 3: Student ,Conseil 2, 4: Homeroom Secretary 2: Year- OO . THERESA PASCALE Business Education Wilson . . . crackers and tea . . . lunchtime joker , . . blonde curls . . . minstrels . . . basketball player . . . peppy . . . loves spaghetti . . . dimples . . . blushes easily . , good sport . . . loves everyone . . . versatile . . . "have some salami." I.V. Basketball 2, 35 Varsity 45 Softball Z, 3, 45 Dramatics Club 25 Business Education Club 35 Press Club 45 Band 2, 3, 45 Or- chestra, Secretary-Treasurer 45 Senior Chorus 45 Senior Play Cast 4. THEODORE PHELPS General Athlete . . . good looking . . . dancert?l , . . nice guy . . . N.P. basketball fan . . . loads of SA .... neat dresser . . , "That's my De Soto" . . . Ir. High Fan Club . . . captain . . . that extra test. Varsity Football 2, 3, Co-captain 45 Var- sity Club 2, 3, President 45 Tumbling Club 2, 3, 45 Homeroom President 2. HELEN PIERCE Academic Friendly . . . petite . . . crazy about hockey . . . loves parties . . . witey . . . French . . . 'dessa and Iessie . . . hates homework . . . cute smile . . . boys!! I.V. Hockey 2, 45 Sewing Club Z, 3, 45 Senior 2, 3. CARL POWELL General Small and saucy . . . football sprite . , . good pal . . . broad shoulders . . . ornery . . . blonde hair-blue eyes . . . little red truck . . . wicked smile . . . little brunette . . . Garden City market. Varsity Football 45 Varsity Club 45 Tum- bling Club 2, 3, 45 Game Club 2. AGNES PSONAK Business Education That bus in the morning . . . brain in English . . . Brookhaven . . . typing . . . Mrs. Heckler . . . sweet kid . . . flashy eyes . . . dancer . . . bananas . . . lunchtime joker . . . Ohio . . . Queen of Hearts. Dancing Club 25 Dramatics Club President 3, 45 Color Guard 45 Sewing Club Secre- tary 35 Twirling Club 25 Yearbook Secre- tary 45 Senior Play Cast 45 Homeroom Treasurer Z5 Class Secretary 3, 4. WILLIAM RHODES Academic That English class . . . blond curly hair . . . red Chevvy , . . that yellow jacket . . . Chesterfields . . . good dancer . . . 5 feet 2, eyes of blue , . . fickle . . . stage manager . . . never at a loss for words . , . loud laugh . . . friendly . . . "been out setting traps" . . . New Year's Eve. I.V. Football 2, 35 Sports Club 2, 3, Secre- tary and Treasurer 45 Tumbling Club Z5 Bridge Club Z, 45 Senior Chorus 2, 3, 4: Senior Play Production 4. IAMES RICE Business Education Speed typist . . . lunchtime run-around . . . "all right" . . "I didn't do it" . . . perudy . . . versatile?? . . . mischievous . . . fast! . . . humorous . . . short stuff . . . Social Living Class. Science Club 25 Auto Mechanics 3, 45 Senior Chorus 2, 4. RODNEY ROAN General Nice disposition . . . Dog House . . . coffee fiend . . . that laugh . . . French?? . . . happy-go-lucky . . . the Robert Browning . . . dancer . . . the sharper . . . always busy . . , that Studebaker , . . jokester . . . a great gum chewer . . . stubborn . . . T.N.T. Bridge Club 2, 35 Band Z, 3, President 45 Orchestra 2, President 4 5 Senior Chorus 45 Senior Play Cast 45 Yearbook 4. ELIZABETH SAKERS Business Education Smedley's basketball games . . . good dancer . twirler . , . giggle , . . the Y.W.C.A. dances , , . pretty blue eyes . , , loves to hear a bugle playing . . . all those birthday parties . . . walks to Chester? , . . short sleeve sweaters . . . sharp shooter . . . lunchtime joker . . . short. Twirling Club Z, 3, 45 Business Education Club 35 Sewing Club Treasurer 45 Student Council 45 Senior Chorus 2, 3, 45 Year- book 4. IOANNE SHELLER Academic Sweet . . . Casper, Wyoming . . . yellow Olds convertible , . . those blue eyes . . . quiet . . . sincere . . . sharp clothes . . . holiday love . . . Themes! , . . those darn glasses . . . hard-head. Publicity Club 4. Entered during 4. ROBERT SHORT Academic Quiet . . . studious . . . noisy girls . . . courteous . . . Doctor? . . , shoulders . . . Mr Kline . . . good humored . . . football . good sport . . . chem. I.V. Football 3, 45 Auto Mechanics Club 35 Aeronautics Club 4. Entered during 3. NANCY SICKLER Academic Those quick answers . . . jitterbug crazy . . . whiz kid . . . Ford , . . loves Media . . . good pal . . . knows them all, likes them all . long hair . , . Dingle . . .horse laugh . sweater girl . . . ice cream in cottee . slim and trim . . . busy . . . Miss Per- sonality. I.V. Hockey 3, 45 Press Club 3, 45 Student Council, Corresponding Secretary 3, Treas- urer 45 Band 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 45 Dance Band 45 Orchestra Z5 Senior Play Production 45 Editor-in-chief Yearbook 45 Assistant Editor Bark 45 Quill and Scroll5 National Honor Society. Entered during 2. Yuba. 'Ps-f DONALD SLACK Academic Quiet tsometimesl . . , good guy . . . Ford? , . . pick-ups , . . good student . . . flower enthusiast . . . bridge player . . . smiles . . . Foundsy pal . . , likes basketball . . . horses , . , refuses to argue. Bridge Club 2, 3, 45 Surveying 45 Senior Play Production 4, Yearbook 4. ALLAN STEPHENS Academic Phillies fan . , . quiet . . . sports writer de- lux . . . swell fellow . . . handy with draw- ing board . , . shy guy . , . takes a kidding . . . , hears all, sees all, tells nothing . . . slow mover . . . a hidden romance?? . . . Flash reporter. I.V. Football 3, 45 Basketball manager 2, Scorekeeper 3, 41 Baseball manager 2, 3: Press Club 3, 4g Sports Editor Bark 47 Sports Editor Yearbook 45 Quill and Scroll. DOROTHY SWEENEY Business Education Lunchtime joker . , . Maryland , . , a certain fellow . . . ambitious . , . television star . . . sophisticated? . . . loves sports . . . shorthand . . . M.M.M.A. . . . glasses? . . . green Ford . . . nice smiles . . . hillbilly. I.V. Basketball 2, 3, 45 Softball, 2, 3, 45 Dramatics Club 25 Sewing Club 35 Busi- ness Education Club President 4, Vice President 37 Yearbook 4. BARBARA WARRINGTON Academic Quiet . . . hockey player . . . ping-pong whiz . . . stamp collector . . . giggles . . . mischievous . , , Dottie , . . England . . . lunch out , . . softball fiend. I.V. Hockey 3, Captain 45 Softball 2, 3, 45 Bridge Club 2, 4, Photography Club 45 Senior Chorus 4. ELIZABETH WEISS Academic Full ol fun , . . swing walk . . . cute . , . happy-go-lucky . . , honor student . . . giggles . . . great hockey player . . . smooth dancer . . . English themes . . . always a pa . , . that old black band , . . Penny. I.V. Hockey 2, Varsity 3, 45 Varsity Club 3, 45 Color Guard 2, 3, 45 Debating Club 25 Dramatics Club Z5 Press Club 35 Bridge Club Treasurer 35 Orchestra 2, 35 Senior Chorus 3, 45 Homeroom Treasurer 25 Senior Play Cast 45 Yearbook 45 National Honor Society 4. l EAN WRIGHT Gen eral Sweet . . . ornery , . . Maryland vacations . quiet . . . gum chewer . . . freckles . all out for N. P. . . . friendly . . . inde- pendent , . . likes swimming . . . agreeable . blushes easily . . . day dreamer . . . holding hands . . , roller skates . . . hoagies . Crystal Beach. Sewing Club 2, 35 Publicity Club 45 Senior Play Production 4. MARGARET YOUNG Business Education Ta . . . pretty terrific . . . set in her ways . English class whiz . . . peppy cheer- leader . . . stately . , . nice dresser . . . basketball guard . . . plays hard to get . . . lorgetlul . . . treasurer . . . heartbreaker . that "blonde" streak . . . afraid of a certain horse . . . spaghetti. I.V. Basketball 2, Varsity 3, 45 Varsity Club 35 Corresponding Secretary, Cheerleader 3, 45 Drarnatics Club 25 Publicity Club 25 Senior Chorus 3, Secretary 45 Homeroom Secretary 45 Yearbook 4. EL S5 HISTUHY Prologue-As we, the class of 1950, look back on these past three years only now are we able to realize what they mean to us. Act I Setting-Nether Providence High School Time-September 1947 to Iune 1948 This was the beginning of our high school career. In November of this year we sponsored our first semi-formal dance with the music of the Diplomats and a harvest moon setting. Then came the Hobo Hop, a huge success. Backbreak- ing paper drives followed. With the arrival of spring came our last money- making project-the selling of those delicious chocolate Easter eggs. Before we knew it school was out and our Sophomore year was over. Act II Setting-Nether Providence High School Time-September 1948 to Iune I949 This was the money-raising year. Soon you could hear the Iuniors saying to anyone who would listen. "Would you like to subscribe to the Iournal, Child Life?" Oh, yes, the magazine subscription drive was well under way! With the commencement of football season we started selling hot dogs, candy, and soda at all home games. The mob each night after school in front of room 213 sig- nified that candy was being sold. There was no doubt about ity our treasury was growing. We said "au revoir" to the seniors in a heaven of clouds and stars at the Iunior-Senior Prom, biggest dance success in years, and then began to think of the next all-important year. Act III Setting-Nether Providence High School Time-September 1949 to Iune 1950 At last we were Seniors. Our final year at N.P. had arrivedg we shall never forget it. Early in October we began selling Christmas cards, stationery, and wrapping paper in an effort to raise money. On December 8, 9, IU, our Senior Play, "The Barretts," was presented, directed by Mr. Boorse. 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E va Mae Kain l 3 8 1 'L' sa 2 ev,-.-.ms EW? at -1... W "IPI EEZ? EEE? EUPHUMURE5 The Sophomore class opened the year with the selling of Holiday candy, which continued through the entire year. On December 2 they had the honor of presenting the first big dance of the year, the annual Soph Hop, which was a big success. And last, but not least, they began to build up their treasury by paying class dues. President ....... . . .George Rasmussen Vice-President .... .... R ussell Founds Secretary ..... . . .Sally Stevens Treasurer . . . . . .Iune Degler 39 7th Advisers-Mr. Ioseph I. Chesney, Miss Celine Turviiie, Mr. Russell Megensgcxl E. gm, V 8th Advisers-Mr. Iohn Echterncxch, Miss Mildred C. Williams, Miss Mae Law 40 7th Grade Above: The large enrollment ot the Seventh Grade should produce a fine array of athletes and musicians. The advisers are Miss Gray, Mr. Spickler and Mr. Trout. 8th Grade The Eighth Grade seems a promising class. We hope they keep up their good Work in Senior High. Each homeroom has elected oiticers which are Miss Williams President .... Vi ce-President Secretary ...... Treasurer . . . Mr. Echternach President .... Vice-President Secretary .... Treasurer . . . Miss Law President . . . Secretary .... 9th Grade .Mary Lou Glenn . . . .Faith Bonsall . . . .Verda Dewar . . . .Iane Bertram . . . .Thomas Plummer .Nancy Reynolds . .Iosie Wittmeyer Eddie Weatherby . . . .Bill Lock . . .Irene Kain Preparing to step into the spotlight oi Senior High is the promising class of '53, Guiding their efforts have been Miss Turville, Mr. Chesney, and Mr Megonegal, class advisers. Their present officers are: President, Mary Lou Fur man, Vice-President, Harry Babe, Secretary, Sue Brainardg Treasurer Betty Stevens. 41 A 4 if gk f 1? 5 if ,rg ul' ,QSGA5 .M N. -42 575 32.2 GTUVUTZYES ? 1:7 STUDE T EDU EIL President ...... .... N oel Beebe Vice-President .... ..... E d Kluka Secretary ..... . . .Kit Reynolds Treasurer . . . ..... Nancy Sickler Adviser . . . .... Mr. Gilbert Kline One oi the most active and important groups in Nether Providence is the Senior High Student Council. Under the guidance of Mr. Kline, it promotes more opportunities for student self-government and a better cooperation be- tween the students and faculty. The Council is composed of representative pupils elected by the student body in each homeroom. It sponsors such annual events as the Council Caper and the March Mart. 44 PRESS CLUB N.P.'s school paper, published seven times a year, consists of a stall of twenty-eight members and boasts itsell a member ot the Quill and Scroll So- ciety. The Bark maintains a Weekly column in the Chester Times on what goes on inside N.P. Bark stall includes: Fred Ferrari, Editor-in-Chief, Nancy Sickler, Assistant Editor, Sally Furman, News Editor, Harriet Cutler, Feature Editor, Barbara Glenn, Chester Times Editor, Allan Stephens, Sports Editor, Fritz Bonsall, Photographer, Carol Harvey, Advertis- ing Editor, Mrs. A. Rowland, Adviser. 45 BAD President .... ........ . . . .... Rodney Roan Vice-President .... . .... Fred Ferrari Secretary-Treasurer ................ Nancy Sickler Librarians ........... Harry Barlow, Mervyn Harris Adviser ......................... Mr. Iohn Sepella Introduce a new personality and you introduce a new band. On the loot- ball field this year N.P. had many brilliant new formations. Another mark of progress is the definite increase in size ot the N.P. music marchers. The annual band follies surprised and amused young and old who were delighted to see Maestro Sepella in his hockey tunic. The band also appeared with the Senior Chorus this year in its annual Spring Festival. 46 BUYS' VARSITY EL B President ............................. Ted Phelps Vice-President . . .... George Cobourn Secretary .... . . .Dave McKee Treasurer .... . . .Ebbie Eaton Adviser . . . . .Mr. Carl Kane Membership to the Boys' Varsity Club is open to any boy who has earned a varsity letter in any of the three major sports-Football, Basketball, and Baseball. The promotion of interest in athletics is the prime motive of the club, giving every graduating senior an award in recognition for his participation in his sport, or sports. 47 GIRLS' VARSITY EL B Vice-President , . . ...... Ioanna Bupp Secretary ..... .... L oona McGowan Treasurer . . . ........ Marie Gummel Adviser ..................... Miss Hilda Anderson The Club is composed of the girls who have Won Varsity letters in hockey, basketball, or cheerleading. It strives to promote better sportsmanship and more interest in all girls' sports. During the school year the selling ot novelties was a project used as a means of increasing the income of the club treasury. Membership in the Girls' Varsity Club is honorary. 48 S-2 llld ll!! Ei!!! Ei!!! SE IUH CHORUS President ...... ...................... R oy Degler Secretary .... ..... M arge Young Adviser ......................... Miss Ioanne Kutz Senior Chorus is an activity that is designed to give Senior High School students Who like to sing an opportunity to do so. The Chorus comprises those who sing soprano, alto, tenor and bass. Two concerts were given during the school year, a Christmas program and the Annual Spring Concert. In addition, tour members ot the Chorus par- ticipated in the Southeastern District Chorus. 49 SUHVEYI B CLUB Adviser-Mr. William Wilkinson The Surveying Club is a comparatively new club at N.P, Its purpose is to familiarize students with the fundamentals of surveying for later practical use. JU IUH REU EHUSS President-Sally Stevens Adviser-Miss M. Celine Turville Iunior Red Cross is a charity organization contributing to the destitute of Europe through such projects as the knitting of afghans. 50 AERO AUTIES ELUB President-Frank Putt. Secretary-Treasurer, Don Spence. Adviser-Mr. Russell Megonegle The purpose of the Aeronautics Club is to acquaint the students with the fundamentals of flying and problems of flight. At various times of the year they took field trips to local air bases, such as the Philadelphia International Air Base. A TU MEEHA IES Adviser-Mr. Richard Blewett The boys of this club learn the principal parts of an engine, how it runs, and why. More advanced study was made on the structure of airplane en- gines. As a new accomplishment the club made up a library of charts and parts of a car. 51 BRIDGE BLUE Adviser-Miss Williams The members of the Bridge Club this year have enjoyed the niceties of the game and improved their ability considerably. A bridge tournament Was planned so that the beginners might determine what level of playing ability they had reached. BUSI E552 EDUC!-XTIU BLUE President-Dorothy Sweeney. Vice-President-Ada Bently. Secretary-Treasurer-Mary Davis. Adviser-Mrs. Mabel Heckler Formerly the members of the Business Education Club Worked in the office as helpers, but this year they strove for perfection in the fields of shorthand and typing. A new policy of working for merits, in the form of pins and medals. has been adopted by the club. 52 EHEEHLEADIIHELUB The club consists ot Varsity, Iunior Varsity, and Iunior High School Cheer- leaders. The main purpose of the club is to teach them how to keep the spec- tators pepped up, to afford the cheerleaders more practice, and to provide competent members for next year's squads. DEBATIIHELUB Adviser-Miss Edith Leonard The debating squad, under new coaching, participated in four Forensic League debates. These debates were held with Media, Marple Newtown, Ellis College, and Ridley Township schools. 53 UHAMATIES CLUB President-Agnes Psonak. Vice-President-Theresa Andrukonis. Secretary-Sherry Lee Wil- liamson. Treasurer-Marlene Turner. Adviser-Mr. Stanley Boorse This club offers to Senior High School students an opportunity to obtain some background of experience in dramatic interpretation and acting. The Work of the club began with simple pantomimes and finally Worked up to a major characterization in a one-act play. UHEHESTHA President-Rodney Roan. Vice-President-Mervyn Harris. Secretary-Treasurer-Theresa Pascale. Librarians-Robert Stevenson, Kate Clark. Adviser-Mr. Iohn M. Sepella Immediately following the beginning oi school a full orchestra was organ- ized. This organization gives the individual a means of self-expression through instrumental playing. The orchestra played for assemblies, special programs, a Christmas program and the annual Spring Festival. 54 PHUTUGHAPHY BLUE President-Ioan Ralston. Secretary-Margaret Malinowski. Treasurer-Iim Stabler. Adviser-Miss Mae Law The "shutterbugs" of N.P. gathered to learn and improve their technique in the development of films cmd the printing of pictures. As a club project, the making ot Christmas cards was undertaken. PUBLIEITY CLUB Adviser-Miss Laura Reed The advertising ol extracurricular activities, such as dances and plays, was undertaken by the Publicity Club, Anyone is eligible to join this club, al- though art ability is desirable. 55 TWIHLI G CLUB Adviser-Miss Hilda Anderson Fifty is exaggerating the number of twirlers N.P. has. However, quite a few girls are interested in the activity and it shows promise of even more growth. The organization teaches the girls the routines of twirling. TUMBLI G CLUB Adviser-Mr. Chester Haupt During the past few years this club has progressed rapidly in the skill of tumbling. The advanced tumblers are now attempting to conquer the art of pyramids. The boys entertain at the March Mart, in assemblies, and whenever else possible. 56 V SEWI G CLUB President-Ioyce Pollock. Vice-President-Freida Thorn. Secretary-Molly Feeser. Treasurer-Betty Sakers. Adviser-Miss Myrtle Wandless This club is open to any Senior High girl who would like to further her training in sewing. As a group, their project is the study of attachments of the machine. The girls took trips, one ot which was to a fashion show. U ITED ATIU SYUUTH President-Kit Reynolds. Vice-President-Leslie Travis. Secretary-Allan Pratt. Treasurer-Ioanne Reese. Adviser-Mr. Carl Kane A new and fast-growing organization, this active club has attempted to better inform youth ot the U.N.'s work and activities. Gathering information from foreign embassies and sending school supplies to "iron curtain" countries has kept the group busy. 57 SPORTS CLUB President-Roy Degler. Vice-President-Rollo Canavan. Secretary cmd Treasurer-Bill Rhodes. Adviser-Mr. Iohn Echternach Trapping rabbits for the State Game Commission has kept this club quite active. A clay pigeon shoot was sponsored by the club from part of its pro- ceeds. 9'i"iW"'i scifi? c ,nt- THE STAHUUSTEHS Vocalist-Iudy Ann Evans. Director-Mervyn Harris. Adviser-Mr. Iohn M. Sepella Something new has been added to N.P.'s Music Department this year with the formation ot a Dance Band. Other than the music it has provided at the "Open House" throughout the year, it has enabled its members to acquire more experience with popular dance music. 58 ,fl TEXLETQGS J!-, With the larger part of the Nether Provi- dence squad having graduated in '49, Mr. Kane and Mr. Trout were faced with the task of de- veloping a group of inexperienced but deter- mined boys into a smooth football machine last fall. With several key players injured in the first few games, the Provies dropped 5 straight games, then beat Upper Chichester 6-U. Then F U UTBALL the luckless Bulldogs were defeated in the final two games. The players leaving Nether Providence this year are C. Powell, E. Kluka, R. Hunter ico- captainl, and C. Opdenaker from the backfieldg G. Cobourn, W. Rhodes, T. Phelps tco-captainl, A. Stephens, R. Short, D. McKee, and T. March, linemen. Although many unfortunate incidents retarded the progress of our team, ad- miration is due the boys lor the spirit that prevailed at Nether Providence, as is evidenced by the number of players who took part. HOCKEY The hockey season didn't open very suc- cessfully this year. The team lost the first tew games, but, coached by All-American Hilda Anderson, the girls came back fighting to tally one win and two ties before the season was over. Graduating from the Varsity squad are: Captain lean Pascale, Virginia Bowman, Dot Mooney, Claire Lewis, Elizabeth Weiss, and Marie Gummel, H. Anderson, coach, P. Craig, N. Wentz, B. A. Fogg, I. Pascale, E. Weiss, V. Bow- man, M. Gummel, I. Mason, D. Mooney, C. Lewis, I. Reese, managerg absent, I. Matthews. First Row-S. Hollingsworth, B. Stevens, E. Heptord, E. Hunter, H. Pierce, I. Coslett, K. Clark, manager, A. Pratt. Second Row-H. Cutler, S. L. Williamson, N. Sickler, B. Geistweit, coach, H. Anderson, B. Warrington, D. Clark, A. Fellows, C. Harvey. JAY VEE HUEEEY The 1949 I.V. hockey team, showing great sportsmanship and spirit, ended the season with a record ot 2 Wins, 3 losses, and 3 ties. The team was made up of Seniors, Iuniors, Sophomores, and Freshmen. This alone has enabled the future teams to obtain game experience, which is a necessity tor all good teams. Graduating players are: Captain Barbara Warrington, Debby Clark, Kate Clark, Nancy Sickler, Harriet Cutler, Elaine Olson, and Helen Pierce. Lett to Right-Varsity captain, lean Pascalep coach, Miss Hilda Anderson: I.V. captain, Barbara Warrington l 62 VARSITY BASKETBALL Under their new coach, Mr. Chesney, the Bulldogs started the season like a ball of fire, handing impressive defeats to Eddystone, Upper Chi, Springiield, and Marple Newtown. How- ever, in the second half of the season the Provies began to suffer numerous injuries. The squad, however, boasted of several Iuniors and Sophornores who performed crcditably and can be counted on to do even more outstanding work next season. Noel Beebe, a senior, was elected captain and did a remarkable job both in his playing and team leadership. Other boys who will be leaving this year are Charles Opdenaker, Ross Babe, Dave McKee, and Ed Kluka. First Row-B. Surrick, C. Opdenaker, N. Beebe, E. Kluka, F. Reynolds, G. Rasmussen. Second Row-C. Leevy Mr. L. Trout, coach: D. Gregory, managerp Mr. I. Chesney, coachg B. Stevenson RECORD Nether Providence Eddystone ..... Nether Providence , . . Marple Newtown 48 Nether Providence . . . Ridley Township Nether Providence Upper Chichester 50 Nether Providence . . . Media ,........ Nether Providence . . . Sharon Hill . . . . 72 Nether Providence . , . Upper Chichester Nether Providence Springfield ..,. . 53 Nether Providence Sharon Hill ..... Nether Providence Clifton Heights . 54 Nether Providence Springfield ,,... Nether Providence Marple Newtown 59 . Nether Providence . . . Clifton Heights . Nether Providence . . . Marple Newtown lKiwanisl ..... 40 VARSITY BASKETBALL I. Bupp, C. Acton, I. Pascale, T. Pascale, A. Fellows, B. Geistweit, Coach H. Anderson, K. Reynolds, M. Gurnmel, M. Young, L. McGowan Although the girls ended quite a few games with their opponents in the lead, it does not necessarily mean that they didn't have a good season. In tact, due to the fine sportsmanship under strain, they proved that they were champions in their own way. Hats otf to a sparkling team! Their able coach, Miss Hilda Anderson, has helped them greatly in their sport-minded attitude. Seniors leaving the lineup are: Captain D. Mooney, M. Gummel, L. McGowan, T. Pascale, I. Pascale, and M. Young. SEASON'S RECORD Nether Providence . . , Nether Providence . . . Nether Providence Nether Providence Nether Providence Nether Providence Nether Providence Nether Providence Nether Providence Marple Newtown Sharon Hill ,... Penn State ..... Springfield ..... Media .,.... . Eddystone ..... Clifton Heights . Upper Chichester Glen Nor ....... G4 RECORD J V BASKETBALL After receiving many heart-breaking defeats during the first part of the season, the lay Vees suddenly came to life with an impressive victory over Clifton Heights. The Bulldogs also defeated Marple Newtown twice before the season ended. Several members of the squad were moved up to the varsity to replace injured players and performed quite capably. Credit should be given also to the other Iay Vee players who carried on in brilliant style after these losses occurred. Nether Providence Nether Providence Nether Providence Nether Providence Nether Providence Nether Providence Nether Providence . . . Nether Providence . . . Nether Providence Nether Providence Nether Providence Nether Providence . . . Nether Providence Eddystone ..... Ridley Township Media ......... Upper Chichester Sharon Hill ..... Springfield ..... Clifton Heights . Marple Newtown Upper Chichester Sharon Hill .... Springfield ..... Clifton Heights . Marple Newtown Mr Lloyd Trout coach N. Wilson, D. Rice, I. Coppock, L. Iohnson, D Snyder E Eaton D Dixon B Dauberman Coach H. Anderson, P. Craig, E. Elliot, D. Sweeney B Stevens B Fogg I Reese B Getstweit E. Heplord, A. Fellows, I. Ketrick, I. Ralston M Malmowski D Mc Cutcheon E Hunter F. Dewar, S. L. Williamson J V BASKETBALL Although the IV Basketball team won only one game this season the g1rls showed that they were deterrn1ned and always managed to give their opponents a tough iight Their 11vely spirit and ability showed that the girls will make a winning team in the years to come as Dot Sweeney will be the only member of the team leaving the lineup SEASONS Nether Providence . . . Nether Providence . . . Nether Providence Nether Providence Nether Providence Nether Providence Nether Providence Nether Providence RECGRD Marple Newtown Sharon Hill .... Springfield ..... Media .... . . Eddystone ,.... Clifton Heights . Upper Chichester Glen Nor ....... 66 VARSITY First Row-C. Acton, T. Andrukonis, M. Young, M. Gummel, L. Mc- Gowan, K. Reynolds, G. Van Deusen. Second Row-S. McGowan, E. Olson, F. Dewar, A. Pratt. CHEERLEADERS The Cheerleaders are an organization formed for the purpose of raising the morale of the school and to unify the cheering at all the games. Co-cap- tains Marie Gummel and Elaine Olson graduate this year, along with Marge Young and Leona McGowan. JU IUR VARSITY .......- llg Mt" Si! 2 f it' W ,..g EE Rf' Q: sg ww 'fx Shirley Stewart, Patty Craig, Ann Newton, Betty Ann Fogg, Bernice Rice, Iuanita Ketrick 67 CLASS We Seniors have very little to offer you in the way ot wealth, but We'll leave a bit of personality for remembrance. Here goes: IOAN MCCORMICK wills her flirtatious ways to DORT PERKS, while gor- geous GEORGE COBOURN leaves his love to all the remaining girls. Romeo TED PHELPS Wills his stay-at-home dates to "lover" STOTZg while IACK NATALE leaves everything but ELAINE. Our "lunch-time" affair, BILL GALLA- GHER and IEAN WRIGHT, relinquish their noon-time "chats" to WAYNE HUB- LER and IOAN WALKER. ROY DEGLER'S dynamic power over women goes to FRANK BRYSON, and BOB SURRICK walks away with DAVE MCKEE'S "shy," unassuming way. BOB SHORT'S dashing height is inherited by CHARLIE MASON, BOYCE "ATLAS" IOHNSON leaves his "build-up" set to RUDY BLEDSOE, while EBBIE EATON walks off with EARL DAVIS' biceps. BETTY GIESTWEIT comes up with GINNY BOWMAN'S tact in English class as BARBARA WARRINGTON'S grace- ful glide goes to BARBARA HUFF. As the noise goes, so goes BILL BRADLEY'S soft, quiet voice to MERVYN HARRIS, while IESSIE MATTHEWS is the proud recipient of FLORENCE BIR- NEY'S cheerful willingness. Next year you'l1 see CAROL HARVEY covering LIZ WEISS' former hockey position. AGNES PSONAK bestows her charming and friendly manner upon IOANNE REESE, and MARGE YOUNG'S love of the Saturday night dances goes to GAIL VAN DEUSEN. DOT LANCE wills her "adding-machine-touch" to GRACE GILGORE, While BERNICE RICE comes up with IOAN HAMILTON'S secretarial aches and pains. SALLY FURMAN'S love letters go to IANET DONAWAY, and FRANK PUTT re- ceives DAVE KUDISH'S Casanova "style." FRED REYNOLDS walks away with CARL POWELL'S ability to play hockey. IEAN PASCALE'S love of the Irish is inherited by ALLEN PRATT, and KIT REYNOLDS walks away with EDDIE KLUKA. HARRIET "Dig-out" CUTLER leaves!-you lucky pedestrians! Captain HUNTER'S good behavior in gym class goes to DANNY MOAT, and RAY EDWARDS leaves Providence Road open to RUSSELL FOUNDS. ODESSA MANN leaves her good looks and ways to LYDIA RICE: DEBBIE CLARK wills her shining locks to ALICE FELLOWS, and BOB HAYES' shrewd, calculating mind goes to ZEKE BARLOW. 68 WLL TRUDY GARREAU comes up with IOANNE SHELLER'S expressive eyes, while NANCY SICKLER wills her love of Media to SHIRLEY ANN KING. IAMES RICE leaves his brainy replies in classes to GLEE DUFF. DICK VOGEL is the lucky guy to get DONALD SLACK'S Physics book. BETTY SAKERS wills her sharp struttin' and twirlin' to EVA MAE KAIN. ALLAN STEPHENS bequeaths his "bold" ways to DAVID WILLIAMS, RODNEY ROAN leaves his "Fred Astaire" dancing to IIMMY HANNIGAN, and MARIE GUMMEL wills her love for Sharon Hill to LESLIE TRAVIS. DOT SWEENEY'S hilarious lunch-time jokes go to MARLENE TURNER, while NICK FEDERCHOK wills his "orneryness" to IOE GALLAGHER. BOYD HEDRICK'S "Oscar" from the play goes to HOWARD TEAL and LEONA MC- GOWAN'S love oi men is passed on to ESTHER YOUNG. KAY RHODES' fickle- ness goes to ROSS BABEg ROLLO CANAVAN wills his hunting excursions to EARL PLATT, and CLAIRE DANNAKER'S "dress-sense" goes to KITTY WOR- RELL. SHIRLEY MCGOWAN inherits THERESA PASCALE'S sparkling person- ality, and ELAINE OLSON'S blase manner goes to CHARLOTTE ACTON. LOU SCHIEDT comes up with CHARLIE OPDENAKER'S "swish shots" on the basket- ball court. DON DAVIES leaves his horseback riding "callouses" to ANN NEWTON, MARY DAVIS wills her pint-sized frame to BARBARA GLENN: NOEL BEEBE bequeaths his red hair and witty remarks to DONALD SPENCEp ETHEL BUTZ' artistic talent goes to versatile GINGER MCELWEE, and IEAN COSLETT wills her individuality to ADA BENTLEY. KATE CLARK wills her fingerprints on all the pianos to lyou guessed itll GEORGIE BOWEN: SHIRLEY HOLLINGSWORTH gives her ability to get a man to SHIRLEY FORREST. DOT MOONEY leaves iast action in the sports field to BETTY STEVENS, and PHIL KLUKA is the proud recipient of TONY MARCH'S acting talent. CLAIRE LEWIS wills her swimming medals to anyone who gets thrown in the showers, while LORRAINE IOHNSON leaves her hair-dos to AGNES LINDSAY, LARRY IOHNSON bestows his morning runs to the school bus on his brother, BOB lthey should get up soonerlg FRED FERRARI hands back his piano playing ability to MR. MADER. 69 SE ELAY STANLEY A. BOORSE THE BARRETTS, by Marjorie Carleton, was the Senior Play presented by the class of 1950. under the able direction of Mr. Stanley A. Boorse. We shall always treasure the unforgettable memories of the boys' lovely long locks curling over their ears, last-minute rush for properties, a 354,000 set, the anxious hours just before curtain time, unexpected visitors at rehearsal, wait- ing for the first laugh opening night, quick costume changes, the "SILENCE" signg above all, Mr. Boorse's blood, sweat, and tears. And who could forget the "Fishbowl?" As the play opens, the motherless Barrett household is awaiting the return of Elizabeth, who has been in Italy recovering from the shock of the death of her brother, Edward. Mr. Barrett is in one of his usual rages, this time directed at Henrietta for her unladylike conduct. "Papa" is a self-centered, overbearing man who runs the family with an iron hand. Hatred is the watchword of the Barrett household with children pitted against the tyrannical Mr. Barrett who has already squelched the spirits of George and Arabel. Octavius and Henrietta are still resisting subjection to the impossible demands of their abnormal father. Iohn Kenyon and Miss Mitford are sympathetic friends of the children but there is little they can do to help them. Elizabeth returns from Italy feeling better than ever but her father soon dashes all the hopes she had of becoming well. Four years later, Henrietta introduces her awkward, soldier-lover, Capt. Surtees Cook, to Elizabeth, who has at last consented to receive a suitor of her own. A correspondence between Robert Browning and Elizabeth has been going on for a few years but Mr. Barrett is not wor- ried because he thinks that Elizabeth will never want to marry since she is an invalid. Edward does not want any of his children to marry, especially Elizabeth, his favorite child. Therefore, when Henrietta announces her intention to marry Capt. Surtees Cook, the father becomes duly alarmed that perhaps Elizabeth is also planning to marry. He then decides to take the entire family to Dover, a place he believes to be inaccessible to Henrietta's and Elizabeth's suitors. However, he promises Elizabeth that she may go to Italy instead, if she concedes not to see Robert while she is there. She accepts this condition and prepares to leave immediately but when, at the last moment, Mr. Barrett breaks this promise, Elizabeth elopes with Robert. Her father's grief on the discovery of her departure is heightened by the jeering Words of Octavius as the curtain descends. 70 Henrietta Barrett em, sl.. . 'V ,. . .W W1 hs' C? .5355 Ar fy, .,..,. ,M .,.. CAST .............HarrietCulter Milly ............ .... D eborah Clark George Barrett. . Octavius Barrett. Edward Moulton Iohn Kenyon .... Arabel Barrett .... . Elizabeth Barrett ........ Wilson ................. Captain Surtees Cook. . . . . . .Boyd Hedrick ..............FredFerrari Barrett .... Anthony March . . . .David Kudish . . . .Agnes Psonak .Virginia Bowman . .Theresa Pascale .William Gallagher Robert Browning ......,...... Rodney Roan Miss Mitlord .......... . . . .Elizabeth Weiss in B, 5 i lj 1 PRODUCTION STAFF Assistant Director .............. lean Coslett Stage Manager .............. David McKee Stage Property. .Chairman, William Rhodes Prompters ................ Dorothy Mooney Nancy Sickler Costumes . . ..... Sally Furman Shirley Hollingsworth Make-up . . . ...... Claire Lewis Ioan McCormick CLASS PHUPHEEY As tufts scatter in the wind, let us see how the Class of 1950 is scattered all over the world ten years from now. Tomorrow sees: ROY DEGLER as head game warden in Pike County and his able assist- ant, DONALD SLACK, madly chasing all the "dear-i?I". Now let us skip down to South America, where we find NICK FEDERCHOK exploring the deepest wilds of the jungle in the company of ETHEL BUTZ, the illustrious painter of wild animal life, and IEAN COSLETT, who acts as interpreter of the native lingos. BARBARA WARRINGTON was recently honored by a visit from the now famous concert team, FRED FERRARI and KATE CLARK, while on tour in Europe. On the sports field we find CLAIRE LEWIS making her first attempt to swim the English Channel, while BILL GALLAGHER and RALPH HUNTER are breaking all records at the Olympics. The "big four" in the hockey world, GINNY BOWMAN, LIZ WEISS, DOT MOONEY, and MARIE GUMMEL, and their coach, IEANNE PASCALE, are in Europe for their annual game with the Eng- lish. BOB SHORT cables back the results to ALLAN STEPHENS, news com- mentator in New York, for broadcasting on BOB HAYES' network. Speaking of New York, DAVID KUDISH, "Ladies' Undies Tycoon," is play- boy TED PHELPS' rival in escorting HARRIET CUTULER and IOANNE SHELLER to DAVE McKEE'S "Diamond Dungeon" for some of NOEL BEEBE'S famous im- ported popcorn and to watch NANCY SICKLER and RODNEY ROAN, New York's talented dancing team, exhibit some of their finest steps. Have you noticed who's attending Madame PSONAK'S School of Dancing? None other than BOYCE IOHNSON, BILL BRADLEY, and CHARLIE OPDENAKER, who have been escorting FLORENCE BIRNEY, IOAN HAMILTON, and IEAN WRIGHT to all New York's bright spots. Along Fifth Avenue all the women are raving about Mimi YOUNG'S "chic" dress salon with DOT LANCE as head designer and RAY EDWARDS as photographer. Weekly visitors to this famous 72 EL SS PHUPHEEY 1 1.i- u- 1 salon are DEBBIE CLARK and SHIRLEY HOLLINGSWORTH, just back from their yearly trip out west to DONALD DAVIES' dude ranch, where GEORGE COBOURN is dazzling all by his famous ability as a "bronco-buster." HELEN PIERCE and ODESSA MANN have combined heads and opened a peanut stand on the Painted Desert. Flying back home from Florida, SALLY FURMAN, who visits Mt. Lauder- dale, and MARY DAVIS, home for a visit, encountered BETTY SAKERS, the Trans-American Airlines' most efficient hostess, who was busy making eyes at the co-pilot, BOYD HEDRICK, while IAMES RICE, the pilot, wondered if they would land in one piece. Most people arriving in New York are anxious to see the new musical comedy, "Live and Laugh," starring our own THERESA PAS- CALE and EDDIE KLUKA, who are in the capable hands of their agents, EARL DAVIS and ROLLO CANAVAN. IOAN MCCORMICK and LEONA MCGOWAN are the newest cover-girls for LARRY IOHNSON'S and CARL POWELL'S maga- zine, "The Wow." DOT SWEENEY and CLAIRE DANNAKER have been touring New York giving a series of lectures on "Upholding Ladies' Rights," while back home LORRAINE IOHNSON has been frequently visiting the Saturday night dances Isponsored by ELAINE OLSON and IACK NATALEJ with her newest beau. We mustn't forget BILL RHODES, who has broken all records for the fastest "hot-rodder" in Pennsylvania, and TONY MARCH fMath teacher at Nether Providence! who has just finished directing "The Barretts." Well, another class from N.P. has proven themselves. Good Luck to you up-and-coming Seniors. P.S.-MRS. ROWLAND and MR. MADER have been dismissed from the "rest-home" where they were trying to get over the effects of the 1950 Class. Good Luck to them, too! 73 REMEMBER THIS? JE.-SH PHUM '49 YEAHEU UH STAFF OFFICERS Editor ............. .............. ..... N a ncy Sickler Business Manager ,... ..... D avid McKee Secretary ......... ..... A gnes Psonak Art Editor ..... ....... E thel Butz Photography ...... .... .... .... I e a n Pascale Activities Editor .... ..................... S ally Furman Sports Editors ..... .... D ottie Mooney, Allan Stephens Above is the student staff which has Worked so co-operatively and so hard, and have been such a pleasure to Work With, in the drawing together of the most important "memoir" of our school years-the "Non Pareilf' Although our book has no definite theme, I hope that in future years when looking it over you may remember the joyful days of your high school career. If so, I know that our book will have served its purpose. 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In o ' much less time than ou think, you ' 10 E' STATE STREET e V 0 o can ac uirc: a lIl0I'0l1'7l"t ro ara- o q fs P P ' : tion for a successful career in the 2 Phone MEdia 6-1297 Media, P 0 business world. One of our experi- 0 : cnccd Career Counselors will be : : glad to help you and your parents : Q reach a decision about your future. ' Write, call, or tclcphone PEnny- ' l U o packer 5-2100. o I I I Q O O - - WALLINGFORD I O o o o a : SCHOOL UF ' I BUSINESS ADMINISIRATIUII o G A R A G E o Q : 1420 Pine Street : : Philadelphia 6, Pa. o :.fflUIIICIIIIIIIIIIIOCOIOI: 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 B . G- R O S S Diamonds - Watches - Sheaffer Pens MEDIA'S LEADING CLOTHING CENTER G I p T S C STATE d IACKSON STREETS Omer an FRED A. FISH Media, Pa. 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