Nether Providence High School - Non Pareil Yearbook (Wallingford, PA)
- Class of 1952
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I CLASS as
For all of us in the Senior Class, there are three people who have
stood as a personification of the highest ideals in education.
It is to these three people, for their patient guidance and thorough
understanding of our individual and class problems, that we wish to ex-
press our utmost regard and esteem.
Therefore, we, the class of nineteen hundred and fifty-two, ded-
icate this yearbook to our three advisers: Miss Edith L. Leonard, Mrs.
Laura R, Junkins, and Mr. Gilbert L. Kline.
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SZUEIIIL QVQJB Mae C. Law
M. Cfcline Turville
61 ADVISERS: Joseph J. Chesney
z9Aflz Gracie D. Malcolm Glenn
Mildred c, Williams
Success is never simple and easy. Remem-
ber that there's room at the top but there's com-
petition every step ofthe way in getting there.
We've tried honestly to map some pitfalls, chart
some of the steps upward. The rest ls up to you.
Alatheia E. Reese
ALATHEIA E. REESE -
B. S, in Education
Mansfield S, T, C.
Guidance Counselor's Cer-
tiflcate, Temple University
Not possession but use of knowledge gives
learningits value. You willsoon have an oppor-
tunity to put your knowledge to practice, and I
am fully convinced that each of you will give a
good account of yourself and for you I predict
a successful future.
Park A, Hess
PARK A. HESS - Ephrata, Perma,
Millerville S, T, C.
B, S. Pennsylvania State College
M. A. in Education
High School Principal
HILDA E. ANDERSON
Haddonfield, N. J. B. S.,
Ursinus College. Teaches:
I-lealth and Physical Ed.
Club, Varsity Club, Coach
of hockey, basketball, and
JOSEPH I. CHESNEY
Mount Carmel, Perma. B.
S, in Education. Blooms-
burg S. T. C. 3 University
of Pennsylvania. Teaches:
Math. Activities: Game
Club Coach of Jr. High
football 8: Sr. High basket-
STANLEY A. BOORSE
B, S, , WestCheste.r.S, T.
C.: Cornell University.
Teaches: English. Activi-
ties: Dramatic Club, Sr.
JOHN F. ECI-ITHINACH
Strasburg, Penna. B. S. in
Education, Millersville S.
T, C.: M. S. inEducation,
Temple University. Tea-
ches: English. Activities:
SportsClub, Jr. High foot-
ball coach, Recreation Pro-
I hope as a school we have stressed integrity,
intellectual honesty, acceptance of responsibility
and an eagerness to continue the process of educa-
tion through life,
Howard A. Wentz
HOWARD A. WENTZ -
B. S, Lebanon Valley College
M. S, in Education, Temple U.
Spring Mllls, Penna. A. B., Sus-
quehanna Universityg Rutgers Univ-
ersity. Teaches: Spanish,Eng1ish,
Activities: Press Club.
MABEL O, HECKLER
Bangor, Penna. B.S. lnEducation,
Bloomsburg S.T.C.g M.S. in Ed-
ucation, University of Pannsylvania.
Teaches: Business Ed. Activities:
Activities accounts, Sr. Service
Club, Chairman of Business Educa-
OLGA Y. HORLACHER
Czechoslovakia - B. S. in Educa-
tion, Lock l-lavenS.T.C. Teaches:
English. Activities: Debating
FREDERICK L. HOUCK
Dallas, Penna. B.S. in Ed. , Blooms-
burg S,T,C,g M.S, in Education,
University of Pennsylvania. Teaches:
Sciences. Activities: Science Club,
Faculty manager of athletics, Assis-
tant baseball coach.
CLARENCE G. GERHART
Reading, Penna. B.S. , Pennsylvania
State College. Teaches: Art. Act-
ivities: Jr, High basketball coach,
D. MALCOLM GLENN
Milesburg, Penna. B. S,, Mans-
field S.T,C, Teaches: Science,
Activities: Auto Mechanics.
CATHERINE L. GRAY
West Chester, Penna. B, S, in Ed-
ucation, West Chester S. T.C.g Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania. Teaches:
Social Studies. Actlvit.ies:lr. Ser-
CHESTER V. HAUPT
Tervorton, Penna. B, S, in Ed. ,
Bloomsburg S, T. C.g Michigan
State Normal College: University
of California. Teaches: Health
and Physical Education. Activities:
Director of athletics, Intramural
games, baseball coach, Tumbling
MAE C. LAW
Dalmuir, Scotland. B.S, in Educa- '
tion, Ed. M., Temple University
Teaches: Business Education. Activi-
ties: Photography Club, Faculty man
ager of girls' athletics.
EDITH LINCOLN LEONARD
Philadelphia, Penna. A. B. , M, A. ,
University of Michigan. Teaches:
English. Activities: Sr. Class
DOROTHY J. MACHENZIE
Philadelphia, Penna. B.S.. , Columbia
University: Drexel Institute of Tech-
nology. Head Dietitian.
FRANK A. MADER
Duncannon, Penna. A.B., Dickin-
son Collegep M. S, in Education,
University of Pennsylvania. Tea-
ches: Sr. High Mathematics. Act-
ivities: Yearbook Adviser, Scholar-
ship committee, Bridge Club.
LAURA R. JUNKINS
Philadelphia, Penna. A. B. , M. A. ,
University of Pennsylvania. Teaches:
Latin, French. Activities: Publicity
Club, Sponsor of National Honor So-
ciety, Sr, Class Sponsor.
CARL E. KANE
Sorento, Illinois. B, S., University
of St. Louis: University of Pennsyl-
vania. Teaches: Social Studies.
Activities: Football Coach, Boys'
Pottsville, Penna. Misericordla Hos-
pital, University of Pennsylvania:
West Chester S.T.C. Activities:
GILBERT L. KLINE
Catawissa, Penna. B, S. in Educa-
tion, Bloomsburg S.T.C.: M.S. in
Education, University of -Pennsyl-
vania. Teaches: U.S. History, So
cial Living. Activities :Student
Council, Sr. Class Sponsor.
M. CELINE TURVILLE
Lansdale, Penna. B.S. in Education,
M. S, in Education, University of
Pennsylvania. Teaches: Social
Studies, Latin, English. Activities:
Jr. High Student Council.
Philadelphia, Penna. B.S. in Educa-
tion, Temple University, M. A.
Columbia University. Teaches:
Home Economics. Activities: Nee-
Philadelphla, Penna. B. S. in Educa-
tion, University of Pennsylvania, B.
S , in L. S. , Drexel Institute of Tech-
nology Teaches: Library. Activi-
ties: Library Club.
FRANCES M. MOIST
Ryde, Penna. B.S. iI'1 MllSiC ECIUC3'
tion, West Chester S,T.C. Teaches:
Vocal Music. Activities: Ir. Chorus,
Sr. Chorus, Boys' Chorus.
JOHN M. SEPELLA
West Chester, Penna. B.S. in Music
Education, West Chester S, T. C,g
Ed. M. Temple University. Teaches
Instrumental Music. Activities: Band,
orchestra, Director of Sr. High As-
FRANCIS H. SPICKLER
WestChester, Penna. B.S. in Educa-
tion, Millersville S,T.C.g Temple
University. Teaches: Industrial Art.
Activities: Radio Club, Craft Club.
LLOYD G, TROUT
Navoo, Penna. B. S. in Education,
Millersville S, T.C.g Temple Univ-
ersity. Teaches: Social Studies,
Geography. Activities: Assistant
football coach, Riding Club.
MISS NANCY V. LOGAN
Media, Penna. B. A., Wilson Col-
lege. M.G.A. University of Penn-
sylvania. Secretary to the School
MRS. WALTSIE BISHOP
North Carolina - Chester Commer-
cial School. Secretary to Supervis-
MRS. ALICE M. WENGER
Media, Penna. Strayer's Business
College. Secretary to High School
WILLIAM J. WILKINSON
Lansdowne, Penna. B.S,in Education
Millersville S,T,C,g Unviersity of
Pennsylvaniag Pennsylvania State
College. Teaches: Industrial Arts.
Activities: Surveying Club, Girls'
MILDRED C. WILLIAMS
Lathrop, Penna. B.S. in Education.
Mansfield S. T. C.: Albany State
Teachers Collegeg University of
Pennsylvaniag Duke University .
Teaches: Mathematics. Activities:
Director of Jr. High AsSembliSS-
RICHARD H. BLEWETT
Reading, Penna. B.S. in Art Educa-
tion, Kutztown S,T,C.g M.S, in Ed-
ucation, Pennsylvania State College.
In Armed Forces.
E. RUSSEL MEGONEGAL
Philadelphia, Penna. A. B., Frank-
lin and Marshall Collegeg Temple
University. In Armed Forces.
MRS. BERTHA FISHER
MRS. SARAH GLOVER
MRS. ANNA HALL
Cakferia ,SLM ana! yanifom
South Media, Pa.
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This season the Girls' Hockey Team wasasuccess in every way. The team
lost but two games out of eight and tied one. The girls fought to bring victory
from starr to finish.
The excellent teamwork among the girls was responsible for their success.
All hats are off to our coach, Miss Hilda Anderson, All American Hockey player,
for her fine coaching to bring us to our victories.
The seniors that will be greatly missed next year are: Captain, Pattie
Craig, Barbara Glenn, Betty Ann Fogg, Nan Wentz, Polly Feeser and Alice
STARTING LINE-UP! RECORD
Nancy Wentz Upper Darby
Carole Fitzsimons . 0 C A Marple Newtown
Elmmaneta Hepford 9 y Springfield
Barbara Glenn Eddystone
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Betty Ann Fogg Sharon Hill
Margie Thom Clifton Heights
Carol Sue Underwood
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The course in Surveying Club consists of theory and practice. Survey-
ing has to dowith the determination of the relative location of points on or
near the surface of the earth. Thus the process of surveying is divided into
field work, taking measurements, and the computing and drawing necess
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At the beginning of the new school year the class of "53" sold magazine
subscriptions and later supplied the refreshments at the home football games.
By these means and the sale of candy after school they hope to increase their
class funds to place as little a burden as possible upon them in their senior
year. On May 23, the Juniors honored the Seniors by presenting the annual
Junior - Senior Prom.
Mmanna Hazen Pres. John Williams
Frank A. Made, V. Pres. Edek Garbolewski
Sec. Juanita Ketrick
Treas. Gary Baylor
Clwerfeavling - Adviser - mum E. ANDERSON
The Cheerleading Club is formed to provide practice time for the cheer-
leading squads of both the junior and Senior High and anyone else that rs rn-
teresred. The practice of this club is read by the VMSUY Cheeneadas'
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The class of "54" presented "Show Boat", the first big dance of the year,
on November 3. This big success was followed by the selling of Christmas
Candy and Easter Eggs to help defray their future expenses.
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Olga Y. Horlacher
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V. Pres. Carol Sue Underwood
Sec. Jane Bertram
Treas. Verda Dewar
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The Bulldogs of Nether Providence enjoyed their best season in rec
ning three games, while losing six. Ably led by Co-Captains Joe Shields and Roy
Jones, the Provies defeated Springfield, Spring City, and Marple Newtown, but lost
to Yeadon, Swarthmore, Ridley Park, Media, Upper Chl, and Glen-Nor.
Next fall Denny Rice, because of ineligibillty, will be lost to the team. Seniors
d are- Joe Shields, Roy Jones, Mac Sapovits, George Ras-
hil Powell, Dewey Sllydelyand Russ Pounds,
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The N. P. Band performed with skill many new and difficult man-
oeuvers during the past football season. The marching band participates
in many outside affairs including the Halloween parades in Chester and
Media, and the Memorial Day parade, The concert band that is formed at
the end of football season performs at assemblies, the N. P. Follies, ex-
change assemblies, and the Spring Concert.
Betty Ann Fogg
C, S. Underwood
John M. Sepella
CAL -- Adviser - MABEL O. HECKLER
The Senior Service Club is open to both boys and girls who are ln-
terested in helping others. Each member may follow his own interests if
he has any special interest in that line. Otherwise, work is done for hos-
pitals in our community such as making toys, ash stands, bookshelves,
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Directed by Stanley A. Boorse
"Quality Street" by Sir James M. Barry was presented by the Senior Class on December 7,
and 8, 1952. We shall never forget Mr. Roorse singing "Mammy", the Stanishlauski circle,
the last minute rush for hand props and stage set, anxious hours before curtain time, waiting
for our first laugh, quick costume changes, and who could forget Mr. Boorse's' "REVOLVER".
"Quality Street" is a cup of exquisite comic delight. Set in England about 1800, it is
alive with elegant humor and wit. There are several maiden women in the actiong some of
them a bit sour and curiously officious. But the one named Phoebe, with the plain face, is a
sparkling lass whose heart ilutters for a bachelor by the name of Valentine Brown, who is
Miss Fannie Willoughby . .
Miss Henrietta Turnbull . .
Miss Willoughby . .
Miss Susan Throssel .
Miss Phoebe Throssel . . .
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Master Arthur Wellesley Thomson
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Stage Manager ..,,.
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Miss Charlotte Parratt ........... ..
Gail van Deusen
Elizabeth Ann Fogg
expected on a visit. Sadly we learn that Valentine has come back, not to propose to Phoebe,
but to announce his enlistment in the Napoleonic Wars, and Phoebe, deserted to the glee of
Misses Willoughby and Miss Henrietta, is left with nothing to cherish but a kiss ln the rain.
Valentine returns ten years later to find that Phoebe and her sister Susan, have met economic
misfortune and are teaching a primary school. Rejuvenated by his return, Phoebe in a care-
free moment discards her prim clothes and expressions, and becomes a gay young girl,
extravagant with her smiles as well as with her dances at the Military Balls.
The transformation is so complete that Phoebe is mistaken for a fictitious niece. The
deception increases the merriment and produces many sudden changes of plot.
Stage Properties ..,.,..., Donald Meil
Hand Properties ........ Joan Kellett
Costume ................ Joan Cooley
Make-up. ,... .ML Boorse, Nancy Wentz
Program ...... Gerry Pollock, Phyllis Lance
Tickets ... ............ Nancy Carroll
Publicity . . . . .... Janet Magrogan
House ..... Elizabeth Ann Tonge
Music .... . . . . Mervyn Harris
One of the most active organizations ln the school is the Press Club. Meeting
weekly, its sole aim is to teach journalism to its members for the editing and publish-
ing of the school newspaper, THE BARK, and the weekly columns appearing in the
Media News and the Chester Tirnes.
THE BARK, firmly established in 1944 as an independent newspaper, succeeded
in capping second-place honors ln the annual Pennsylvania Scholastic Press Associa-
tion Contest held for high school newspapersg and, at the present time, is a member
of the Quill and Scroll Society.
Editor-in-chief: Barbara Glenn ' . , A, 'T
Assistant editor: Carol Harvey X ,J-'45,
News Editor: Betty Ann Fogg n ,H ' ... X135
Feature Editor: Georgianna Bowen g 2' - -
Sports: George Jarden Q ji- A
Carol Sue Underwood Q.
Business: sam Hayes v -
Advertising: Edek Garolewskl , '
Jr. High Editor: David Allen
Grade School: Mac Sapovlts
Chester Times: Pat Rhymes
The Senior Chorus is open to all senior high students who have
a desire to sing. The chorus participates in the annual Spring Con-
cert,Bacca1aureate, and Commencement exercises. This year, the
Senior Chorus is conduction an extensive drive to obtain money for
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This club meets once a week for general discussions. On Saturday mom-
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The girls' varsity basketball team had tough going this year, ending
the season with only two wins and six defeats. The girls fought with high
spirits and good sportsmanship through the whole year. The team wishes
to thank Mrs. Mulford and Mr. Haupt for their help during Miss Anderson's
The Pastronia Mascot was a good luck charm which was given to the
squad before the last game by the graduating Seniors, Captain Pat Craig,
Betty Ann Fogg, and Polly Feeser. Next year with the experience gained
this season the girls hope to improve upon their record.
Opp. N. P.
Marple Newtown 30 24
Sharon Hill 36 22
Springfield 3 I 23
Media 57 25
Eddystone 59 36
Clifton Heights 39 32
Upper Chi 26 30
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to interest, stimulate, and acquaint boys with
the several aspects of hunting. The club teaches the laws of gun safety, and it
cooperates with the Pennsylvania Game Commission and
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The Basketball team must be complimented on the terrific finish of
the season, especially Phil Kluka's final shot against Springfield. With a
seasonal record of 9 wins and 5 defeats and a 7-3 record in league play, ir
finished in a tie for second place. Next year with three returning varsity
lettermen and a fine I. V. squad moving up, the team should have a good
season. The I. V 's had only 1 defeat in I4 games.
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Eddystone 42 53
Ridley Park 56 40
U. Chichester 36 50
Media 35 44
Sharon Hill 38 32
Clifton Heights 42 82
Marple Newtown 31 73
Springfield 51 34
XU. Chichester 49 46
Glen-Nor 42 33
Sharon Hill 28 49
Clifton Heights 27 63
Marple Newtown 37 71
Springfield 43 44
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The main objective of the Debating Club is to developwithin the
student the ability to project his personality with th
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A great deal of creditis due the cheerleaders for their ability to keep up the mor-
ale and spirit of the students at football and basketball games. In particular, Captain
Gail van Deusen must be complimented for her good work as leader of the squad. This
year, with only two returning cheerleaders on the squad, the girls had to start from
scratch to develop a new unit.
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The object of the Nether Providence Chapter of the National Honor
Society is to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire, to
render service, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the devel-
opement of character in the pupils of our school. In addition to fulfilling
the scholarship requirements, allcandidates must have a minimum num-
ber of honor points in each of his three years in high school.
ACTIVE MEMBERSHIP GRADUATE MEMBERSHIP
Anne Boyer Barbara Reynolds
Robert Buxbaum Katherine Reynolds
Georgianna Bowen Katrinka Clark Nancy Sickler
Patricia Craig Harriet Diem RiCh31'd Shaw
Elizabeth Ann Fogg Nancy Fritz R0b6It V311 Wiflkle
Barbara Glenn Henry Ingram 16811 Weir
Frederick Kahlbaugh Michi Kobayashi Elizabeth Weiss
Robert Stevenson Donough McCutcheon Patricia Wiley
The Student Council is one of the most active organizations in the Nether Prov-
idence High School. It serves the school in many ways but the most important ls the
cooperation it establishes between the students and faculty. The Student Council pro-
motes many activities to build school spirit and loyality. The main event for the Stu-
dent Council is the annual March Mart.
Vice - Pres:
Gilbert L. Kline
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The staff of the "I952 Non Parei1" has been faced with many pro-
blems, but through the hard, long, and cooperative work of these people
the problems have been overcome and this book of memories prepared for
With the theme, "The Months of the School Year, " we feel that we
have prepared a book in which are shown the ways you have enjoyed the
final days of your high school career at Nether Providence.
The Editor and staff wish to thank the entire faculty and the members
of the Senior Class for their full support in making the "l952" Non Parei1"
Editor -in -chief :
Administration Ed. :
Activities Ed. :
Boy's Sports Ed. :
Girls' Sports Ed.:
Photography Ed. :
Elizabeth Ann Fogg
Frank A, Mader
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The "Quill and Scro11"is an International Honorary Society for High
School Journalists. Once a person has satisfiedthe requirements ofthe Soc
iety, they become a permanent member and are entitled to the rights
benefits, provileges, and honors of the Society. The member is also en
titled to ayear's subscription to the "Qui1l and Scroll Magazine. "
Georgianna Bowen '51
Patricia Craig '52 r
Elizabeth Ann Fogg '51
Barbara Glenn '51
Mary Carol Harvey '51
Hope Patterson ASI
Allen Ruth '52
Robert Stevenson '52
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The Girls' Varsity Club has spent the year rewriting and revising their
Constitution. It encouraged the girls intramural program and prepared the
programs for our boys' home basketball games. With the Boys' Varsity
Club the girls are acting as co-sponsors for the annual Athletic Banquet,
I 1 Adviser-Hilda A. Anderson
U Pres. - Polly Feeser
4 ' 6 Vice-Pres. Marge Thom
r I Sec. - Gail van Deusen
yu 1 I Treas. -Nancy Carroll
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The Boys' Varsity Club is open to any boy who has won a letter in a major
sport and is voted in by the other members. They help to promote school spirit
by printing and selling "booster tags' for each game. With the Girls' Varsity it
acts as the co-sponsor of the annual spring Athletic Banquet.
President George Rasmussen
Vice-Pres. Granville Stewart
Secretary Wellington Lomax
Treasurer Carl Leevy
Adviser Carl E. Kane
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The freshmen have led the Junior High in sports, Student Council, and
other extra-curricular activities. After the Freshmen Dance in the Spring,
they stan looking toward their years in Senior High.
Catherine L. Gray
Carl E. Kane
Francis H. Spickler
Lloyd G. Trout
Pres. Bill Bogart
V. Pres. John James
Sec. Skip Taylor
Treas. Geny Glenn
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Under die capable leadership of Captain Ebbie Eaton the baseball
team finished in third place last year. With only three varsity players
missing the present squad should be much improved because of the exper-
ience gained Iast spring. Co-captains, Deweyi Snyder and Lou Johnson,
are looking forward to a great season in which they hope to improve upon
N, P. 's standing in Section V.
tor - JOHN M. SEPELLA - Pres. DONALD MEIL
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this group. The Orchestra plays in assembly programs, Spring Concert,
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We, the class of nineteen hundred and fifty-two of the Nether Providence High School, being
of insane mind and unsound body fa result of twelve years at hard laborj do make, decree, and
publish this, our last will and testament, for capable students whom, we feel, can be intrusted to
carry on certain attributes in our departure.
Prexy LARRY 'CAMPBELL challenges anyone to try and beat his car -- if he does -- the "green
beetle" is hisl NANCY CARROLL hands over her ticket selling ability to LYNNE BALDWIN, while
DIDI LARKIN is the lucky recipient of RUSS FOUNDS' Ford, and, for safe keeping, IRENE KAIN
receives PHYLLIS LANCE'S nickname of "Frenchie",
JACKIE BAILEY hopes MARY ESTHER BENTLEY won't be too hot in her turtle-neck I sweater,
BOB STEVENSON leaves his good old charley-horse to JIM SZLEMKOg HELEN BRYCZUK'S music
appreciation goes to sister, lRENEg and DALE VAN DEUSEN wills all of her disagreements with Mr.
Sepella to next year's cheerleading captain.
To keep the humor going next year, PEG SULLIVAN gives some -- not all -- of her good jokes
at the lunch table to JANICE FRANCIS, while MARY JANE BURKE fafter much considerationj has
consented to give JIM MARSHALL her "catching laugh' , JIM HANIGAN leaves his beloved trumpet
to FRANK EMERSONg DAVE GREGORY gives his title of "Little Chet" ,to EDEK GARBOLEWSKI, and
ALICE FELLOWS has willed her place in the band to sister, BETSY, ALLEN RUTH leaves all the fun
on the Art major field trips to PETE TONGE: MOLLY FEESER'S ability to play Old Maids goes to
BUBBLES KETRICK, while AL WOODWARD will give a carton of Philip Morris to anyone who can
HOPE PATTERSON bestows her fickleness Qwith all its complicationsy to the unsuspecting
CAROL FITZSIMONS, while "GRANNY" STEWART leaves his baseball errors to JOHN WILLIAMS,
and BETTY RUMFORD receives MARGE McCALL'S dreamy eyes. JIM STABLER'S love U3 of the
Memorial Day Parades is left to greet next year's bass drummer: NANCY WENTZ says SANDY
RIFE can have everything but Roy. JUNE DEGLER puts on a pair of heels and leaves the nickname
of "Shortie" to "THE LITTLE PEOPLE", while NORMAN WILSON leaves his good study habits to any
GERRY POLLOCK feels that BILL GARDINER would look just perfect in next year's twirling line
fMr. Sepella, please notelyg "MOOSE" AMMERMAN can have JOE SHIELDS' pegged pants -'- if
they fit! FREDDY KAHLBAUGH wills his Physics problems to ERIC LAWRENCE with pleasure, and
PAT METZLER inherits BETTY ANN TONGE'S P,M,C, interests, while ANNE NEWTON wills her
seashore escapades to LOUANNE SODE,
For the locker room serenades, PHIL KLUKA has decided to leave his fine singing voice to
BILL COPLEY 1 just what he needsljg JOAN KELLETT wills her natural curly hair to EARL BECK, and
JOHN NEILSON leaves his sharp wave to DON HUMPHRIES. JOANNE JOHNSON bestows her shyness
upon SHIRLEY MERVINEg BUDDY SNYDER leaves lhis baseball glove to BILL OPDENAKER with
hopes of a league championship, and BETTY ANN FOGG wills ELEANOR BALDERSTONherbruised
ROY JONES feels that his unusual moniker, "Beaker", should be conferred on DON DDCONg
BETTY FEESER leaves her minutes from class meetings to anyone who can decipher 'em, CAROL
HARVEY decided that her false tooth was too much bother, -and she felt BARBARA GREEN would
appreciate it. MERVYN "JOE POLITICS" HARRIS thinks he'1l hand his political career over to
SAM WINN, PHIL POWELL parts with his good looks and terrific build to FRED BOWERS --- but
only temporarily, POLLY FEESER'S unique driving U1 clears the roads for EMMANETA HEPFORD,
and CARL LEEVY'S nickname of "Sweetwater" is willed to JOE CUFF.
To keep FRED CONLEY from drowning in a bad rainstorm, JOHN POLLOCK has given his size
eleven "boats", complete with oars, to him. PAT CRAIG leaves her flirtatious ways to GWENg
DEACON LOMAX figures the best person to handle the blocking dummy at football practice in '53
is ART BEULAH, and ALICE TAYLOR receives CATHERINE SNYDER'S salesgirl's job at McCrory's,
"ROMEO" RASMUSSEN bequeathes his bashfulness QOh, Georgelj to GEORGE JARDENg LILY
CHANDLER'S dancing feet go to JO SWEENEY, and CHAR LINCK leaves her parties to any bored
JIM BRYSON falls heir to BILL OXENFORD'S traffic tickets, and JIM I-lILLER'S love U1 of
fourth period goes to BOB MERVINE, SHIRLEY STEWART hasn't decided who her partnership inthe
"Shields-Stewart Ears, Inc." should be willed to. JUDY SICKLER hands her terrific discussions in
Social Living Class to MARGE THOM, and DON MEIL gives LIZ ELLIOTT his "E1 Camino Real"
book Qbuena suerte, Lizj. EVIE HUNTER feels that CARRIE WILSON is just the person to have her
science class fun, and JOAN COOLEY saysDAVE SHEPHERD can have any one of her cocker puppies.
To keep BILL LOCK'S hair neatly combed next fall, MIKE SIMCHOCK has willed him his
green harg and speaking of hair for the lack of itj TOM WOODWARD leaves EDDIE WEATHERBY his
"butch". BEVERLY DAUBERMAN wants GERRY GLENN to make all the lay-ups, she missed under
the basket this year, next seasong BARBARA HUFF gives GLORIA WEATHERBY a few inches, while
BILL ANDERSON parts with his twelve foot aerial to the lucky owner of a Chevy. HARRY BARLOW
leaves his soda fountain mixtures to anyone with a cast iron stomachg ESTHER GRAHAM has willed
her fun at the football games to JOAN SEIK, and RALPH WILLIAMS wants HARRY RICE to carry on
his' nickname of "Bunny". JANET MAGROGAN leaves her five cokes a night to FRAN BULLINGTON,
while GEORGE JONES has decided that BUDDY WRIGHT is the only person for his Plymouth.
For the Scott's Hi-Q in '53, GEORGIANNA BOWEN leaves SHIRLEY PARK the answers: DOT
McELWEE'S hiccoughs are bestowed upon SARA RICE, and DON COPPOCK gives the shine of his
'38 Ford to any junior' boy owning a car. VIRGINIA MEE has consented to lend half of her amazing
brain to the Biology Department for future reference, and BARBARA GLENN leaves her slow UQ 8:26
a.m. drives to school to GLENNIE JR. For a power-packed-with-punch ending, MAC SAPOVITS
leaves in the fastest car .... 2
Signed and essed this fourth day of June, nineteen hundred fifty-two
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Treasurer - JUNE DEGLER
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Secretary - ELIZABETH FEESH1
"Percher". . . hot rod. . . nice guy.
stays away from girls. . . ambitious UJ.
. . "Chevies".
Auto Mechanics 2: Aeronautics 3
"Jackie", . . pretty eyes. . .loves
gray Plymouths. . . "45". . . usually seen
with Janet. . . sprained armq U. . . quiet.
Publicity Club 3,4.
"Zeke", . . Lucky Strikes. . . Harry
James. . . knows Phila. like the palm
of his hand 0 U. . . slumber parties. . .
Dance Band 2, 3, 4: Band 2, 3.4:
Orchestra 2, 3, 4.
"Georgie". . . cute laugh. . . quiet
UD. . . Lancaster fan. . . debater. . . Hon-
or Roll. . . five feet-two, eyes of blue.
. . always late. . . music whiz.
Sr. Chorus 2g Debating Club 2,
3: United Nations' Youth 33 Press Club
2, 3, Feature Editor 4g Orchestra 2, 3,
43 Yearbook, Feature Editor 4.
Hard worker. . . Miss Moist's star. . .
long hair and blue eyes. . .native of Po-
land. . . shy. . . swell friend.
Sewing Club 2g Photography Club
45 Senior Chorus 2, 3, 4.
MARY JANE BURKE
"Burkie . . those summer vacations
at Wildwood I . . . ardent fan of shorthand
. . . usually seen with Freda. . . New York
trip. . . Honor Roll.
Photography Club 25 Cheerleading
Club 3g Publicity Club 4: Yearbook 4.
Alias "Howdy Doody. . . Pres. . . girl
crazy. . . summers on the Chesapeake. . .
speedboat . . . sportman . . . "Watch out
for the tank! ". . . Old Man.
Band 2g Orchestra 2: Dance Band 2,
35 Student Council 3,4g Sports Club 3,41
Class President 3,4.
Manager . . . hard worker . . . "I'l1
type' eml . .left full-back. . . that mus-
cle medlciue I . . . treasurer. . . vivacious
personality. . . heart o' gold.
Photography 25 Sr. Chorus 2, 3, 4g
J. V. Hockey 3,4g Basketball manager
3,4g Band Treas. 3,4: Yearbook 4: Head
manager of girls' sports 4.
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LILY MAE CHANDLER
Her own Chevy. . . Parkside. . . usually
seen with Joanne. . . nice clothes. . . Camels
. . . sense of humor. . . turn?
Photography 2g Twlrling Club 3: Cheer-
leading Club 33 Senior Service Club 4.
Ocean City . . . boy troubles . . . fashion
designer. . . good old Philly. . . Cocker spani-
els. . . dramatic. . . usually seen out of school.
Publicity Club 2,4g Dramatics Club 2,4g
Photography Club 3g Sketch Club 4g Sr. Chorus
Quiet...usually seen going or coming
from Parkside. . . blushes. . . shy. . . Quite ahan-
dy man. . . prize winner in Ford Shop Contest
. . . football.
J. V. Basketball 2, Varsity Football 2, 3,
Advanced Sports Club 2, 3,4g Varsity Club 2,
"Pattle". . . Captain. . . famous whistle. .
. "Does my hair look all rlghty?". . . person-
alityf Pb. . .future nurse. . . "Phoebe
J.V.Cheerleader 2: J. V.Basketbal1 2:
Varsity 3, Capt. 4: Varsity Hockey 2, 3. Capt.
4, Band 2, 3, Majorette 4: Press Club 2,3g
Student Council 2: Yearbook, Art Editor 45
Senior Play Cast4.
Bev". . ."Jinx'1. . locker girl. . . Ches-
ter High rooter. . .Ju1ie's .. . personality.
..loves to swim in the baby pool with her
clothes on... good friend to Shirley and
Dramatics Club 2: Photography Club
2g Softball 2,3g Service Club Sec. 3:
Cheerleading Club 3: Yearbook 4: Varsity
Club 43 Varsity Hockey manager 4: Pub-
licity Club 3, 4.
"Deggie" ... bookkeeping whiz...
usually seen making out vouchers.. . Sh0rty
. . . class treasurer for three years.. . always
on the go.
Twirliug Club 2: Class Treasurer 2, 3,
4, Senior Chorus 2,3, Treas. 4: Student
Council 3,45 Yearbook 4.
Quiet. . . figure plus. . . Ocean City. . .
loves her DeSoto...fut11re top-notch sec-
reta.ry...usually seen taking her father to
work. . .beautiful hair.
'Bridge Club 2, 3: Publicity Club 3,4g
Student Council, Corresponding Sec. 4:
Class Sec. 3, 4.
"Molly ". . . dependable. . . cute smile.
. .hard worker . .. still waters run deep. ..
twin.. . Phillies rooter. . . P. J, parties,
Sewing Club 2: Bridge Club 2, 3,
Publicity Club 3, 4: Yearbook 4,
"Polly" . . . "Fees" . . . twin . . . so-o
many cousins. . . personality, , , "Hey, that's
my apple I . . Dairy Queen patron. . . "Geez
domats" Spanish student U3 . .. P. J.
Bridge Club 2,3g Publicity 3: J. V.
Hockey 3, Var. 4: Varsity Basketball 3,43
Varsity Club 3, Pres. 4, Press Club 4,
Yearbook 4, Girls' Sports Editor 4.
"A1ly" . . . poochy . . . those hatsl. . .
Whatf??J a driver. .lady cops. . . Ist woman
president "P1ease, can't I go with the
boys?". . . P. J. parties.
Junior Red Cross 2, Bridge Club,
Twlrling Club 2: I. V. Hockey 2,35 Var.
44 Band 4, Varsity Basketball mangaer 2, 3,
Varsity Club 2, 3, 43 Yearbook 4.
ELIZABETH ANN FOGG
"Foggie" . . . studious . . . Chevy and
lunch period. . . Yearbook worries. . . "Liz".
. .all around athlete. . . Oh, dang it 3111 .
. Miss Willoughby. . . parties.
J. V. Cheerleader 2, Student Coun-
cil 2, 3: Press Club 2, 3,4g Quill 82 Scroll 3,
Varsity Hockey 2, 3, 45 I. V, Basketball 2,
Var. 3.4: Varsity Club 2, 3,4g Band 3,45
Yearbook, Business Manager 4, Senior Play
"Russ". . . quiet UPU. . . green Ford. . .
"all right you guys, line upl . . "35". . .
"King Fish . . supply of jokes . . . football.
J. V. Baseball 2: J. V. Football 2,
Var. 3, 4, Auto Mechanics 2, 3, 4, Class
Vice-Pres. 2, 3, Student Council 4.
"Glennie" . . . Editor. . . busy Q23 gal. . .
personality . . . Hot Rod Buick. . . blusher. . .
"Now waita minute, that's notwhat I meanl "
. . . Susan. . . deadline worrier.
Varsity Hockey 2, 3, 45 Var. Basketball 2,
Co-capt. 3, Band 2,3,4g Press Club 2, Ed-
itor-in-chief 3,45 Var. Club 2, 4, Vice-Pres.
3: Twirling Club 2, 33 Student Council, Sec.
3g Quill 81 Scroll 3: Yearbook 43 Senior Play
. . Holmestead Homer's Helper. . .
Haverford. . . my cowl. . . "How boot that?. .
. Memorial Day Parades--in Tinicum. . . Wild-
wood with Hope.
Twlrllng Club 2,35 Band 2,3,4g Bridge
Club 3g Sr. Chorus 4g Senior Play Production 4
"Dave". . . short. . . good driver Ury. . .
smart. . . hard working manager UQ. . . friend-
ly. . . Up-State. . .loud shirrsl. . . Phila, shows
. . . "Did you see that movie?".
. Varsity Club 2,3,4g Craft Club 2,35
Auto Mechanics 4, Radio Club 4g Surveying
Alias "Bobby Benson". . . Town Clown. .
.future trumpet star at Carnegie Hall Q PPD. .
. trips to Phila. . . "Momsy says to be home at
8:30". . . demon in Mrs. Horlacher's class.
Aeronautics 2, Auto Mechanics 2: J. V.
Football 2: I. V, Baseball 2g Dance Band 3,
Band 3,4g Orchestra 4.
"Merv". . . Talkative. . .follies M. C, . .
.those speechesl. . . saxophone player. . . that
green Studebaker. . . three P's--politics, party,
and power . . . "Arthur",
Dance Band 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, Captain 3,
Debating Club 3, PressC1ub 3, Student Coun-
cil 3, Pres. 4.
MARY CAROLINA HARVEY
"Caro1". . . Cousin boy. . . romanricist. .
. corny jokes. . .John andlvlarsha. . . P. J, part-
ies. . . prompter.
Bridge Club 2, 33 Debating 2, 3, Press
Club, Feature Editor 2, 3, Assistant Editor 4,
United Nations' Youth 3, Deamatics Pres. 3,
Band 4, Yearbook 4, Senior Play Production
"Jim". . . ways of getting out of home-
work. . . shy. . . good dancer Ui. . . The Hide-
out . . . TWSP fan . . . usually seen with Bill
from P. M. V.
Entered in 3, Advanced Sports Club 3.
"Huffie" . . . Cadets . . . artist . . . Old
Golds. . . Blondie. . . swimmer. . . Lux girlwith
a Colgate smile. . . her heart belongs to Daddy
. . .future model . . . Puerto Rico bound . . .
Charlotte Parratt. .
Dramatics Club 2, Treas. 3, United
Nations'Youth 2, Riding Club 3, Sketch Club
4, Yearbook 4, Senior Play Cast 4.
"Evie". . .usually seen with Carrie and
Aggie. . . Hockey. . . nice smile. . . Cadillac. .
. Saturday night dances . . . Coney Island. . .
quiet Q PD .
Cherrleading Club 2g Twirling Club 3:
J. V. Hockey 2,4, Varsity 3: I. V. Basket-
ball 2g Varsity Club 3,4.
Commercial whiz. . . quiet. . . Brook-
haven. . . usually seen with Lily Mae. . . dim-
ples. . . cute. . . turn??. . . slim.
Photography Club 2: Cheerleading Club
33 Twirljng Club 3g Senior Service Club 4.
"Farmer". . . hot rod. . . Drive-In patron
. . boats. . . W. P. W. A .... Junior Scientist. . .
radio mechanic U73 . . .hunter.
Auto Mechanics 2: Aeronautics Club 2,
3: J. V. Baseball 2: Photography Club 3g
Radio Club 4.
"Beaker". . .women hater - until he's
around them...1over fof peanuts, that ish.
. . Co-Captain . . . Jimmy Durante Junior. . .
Shields has something to say! " ... Charles
Varsity Club 2, 3,4g Auto Mechanics 2,
33 Surveying 43 Sports Club 2,32 LV. Base-
ball 2, 35 Varsity Football 2, 3, Co-Captain
"Where are my Lucky's" . . . short. . .
can't wait 'til lunch. . . menace on the road
. . . "Cowbell". . . girl shy . . . trumpet player
Dance Band 2: Senior Chorus 2, 3: Sur-
veying Club 4: Orchestra 2, Manager 3,
Vice President 4: Band 2, 3,4: Senior Play
"Kelly", . . Syracuse. . . Great Leopard
Skating Rink. . . cute. . .lonely hea.rt's pres-
ldent. . . Prospect Park. . . 2?
Dramatics 2: Bridge Club 3: Cheer-
leading Club 3: Yearbook Activities Ed-
"Eel". . . Miss Leonard's buddy. . . strong
man. . . friendly. . .full of fun. . . "cooperate
and graduate . .what a laugh! . . . "Aln't
that somethin' I ". . . football.
Varsity Baseball 2: Student Council 3:
Sports Club 3, 4: Varsity Basketball 4:
Bridge Club 4: Varsity Football 2, 3, 4: Var-
sity Club 2, 3,4: Senior Play Production 4.
Township fan . . . usually seen with
Gerry and Bev ... twirler...twenty years
old. .. Plnebrook '50, .,Harbor Lights.
Band 3,4: Twirling Club 2, 3: Senior
Chorus 2: Student Council 3.4.
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"Sweetwater", . . loves women. . . Phil-
adelphia. . . Chevy. . . Basketball. . . usually
seen at Lomax's. . . early hours. . . cool op-
J, V, Basketball 2, Varsity 3,4g Bridge
Club 2,45 Auto Mechanics 3g Varsity Club3
"Char" . . . slumber partiesl. . . prefers
swimming on school days . . . "Hey Char,
where's the ------- water?". . . that laugh. . .
J. V. Hockey 3,45 Dramatics Club 2,
3g Press Club 3,4g Yearbook 4, Sewing 2g
Senior Play Production 4.
"The Deacon". . . Media. . . Usually seen
with Carl. . . N. Y. bound. . . that laughl. . .
"Obi 1 you don't want to play". . .quite an
imagination. . . likes 'em all, loves none.
Aeronautics 2, Varsity Club 3,43 J. V.
Football 2, gg Varsity Football 4.
"Irlsh . . been out in the sun too long
. . . Marines. . . Pond's complexion. . . usually
seen with Jackie. . . friendly.
Bridge Club 3, Photography 3g Pub-
licity Club 4: entered in 3.
"Margie". . . Ava Gardner's double. . .
Temple. . . Connecticut. . .future Dentist. . .
assistant to the director.
Senior chorus 3: United Nations' Youth
3g Bridge 2,4g Junior Red Cross 23 Press Club
3,4g Dramatics 3: Debating 3: Yearbook 4g
J. V. Hockey 2, 3, Senior Play Production
Stackey's steaks. . . gum. . . gets to
school at 8:45. . . Barbara. . . Township fan
. . . dependable.
Publicity Club 23 Bridge Club 23 Phot-
ography Club 2.
"Dottie" . . . hlccups . . . small fry. . .
"Jezebel", . . Peg's pal. . . usually seen at a
skating rink. . . lots of fun. . . "Wrestler" 1 2 PJ
. . . babe.
Dramatics 25 Twirllng Club 2: Bridge
Club 33 Senior Chorus 2, 33 Publicity Club 3,
4g Yearbook, Activities Editor 4.
"Ginny . . arguments with Mr. Kline
. . . pals with Georgie. . . Bridge. . . late in a
hurry. . . Debater . . . Scott H1-Q. . . usually
heard introducing new words into the Eng-
lish language. . . History whiz.
Debating 2, 3: United Nations' Youth
23 Student Council 4: Bridge 2, 3,45 Press
2, 3, 4.
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mailman. . . buddy to the end. . . two-timer. . .
advertisement for Studebaker. . . cold, cold
heart. . . Stone Harbor.
Bandz, 3, 4, Dance Ba.nd 2, 4g Orchestra
2, 3, President 4g Senior Play Production 4.
Hot - rod Ford. . . new motorcycle. . .
blonde streak. . . allergic to school. . . quiet
and shy UPD . . Casanova. . . cabinet makerf U,
Student Council 2,3g Auto Mechanics
33 Bridge Club 4.
Seaside Escapades. . . starvation diets. .
.Bolero Club.. .P, M, C. Fan...that sallor
at I-lollway Beach, . . Patty.
Cheerleading Club 2: Riding Club 3g
Publicity Club 3,4g Bridge Club 3g Dramatics
Club 43 Sketch Club 4: Senior Play Cast 4.
"Oxy" . . . stm bleached hairr. . .swell
guy, , , buddy. . . sharp dresser. . . friendly with
cops. . . lots of women. . . slumber parties. . .
usually seen driving that gray Studebaker.
Tumbling Club 2, 3g Auto Mechanics 4:
Dance Band 3: Riding Club 3.4: Senior Play
Famous blonde streak. . .loves slumber
parries. . . personality, . . mischief. . . blushes,
. . Wildwood. . . Henrietta.
Twirllng Club 3: Dramatics 2, Sec, 3
Riding Club 3, Press Club 2, 3,4g Senior Play
Cast 4, Senior Chorus 3, Yearbook, Senior
Editor 4: J. V- Hockey 3.4: J. v. Basket-
ball 3g Basketball Manager 4.
"Ger". . . Dynaflow Hot Rodder. . . twir-
ler. . . Cute. . . Hey, Daddy-O. . . hard worker
for council. . . likes to skate. . . quietf Pj.
Twirling 2, 3: Band 3,4g StudentCoun-
cil 3, 4.
"Big Boy". . . Brookhaven. . . Crowrhers'
gas station. . . silent partner.
Auto mechanics 45 Photography Club
2: Aeronautics Club 3.
"Chesty?. . . Rocket 88. . . blondefsum PJ
hair, blue eyes. . . Shields' buddy. . .football
player . . . the mob. . . comedian . . . Rome0'S
competitor. . . nice guy.
Photography Club, Pres. 2: I. V. F00!'
ball 2, 3: Varsity Football 4g Varsity Club 4.
"Rassy". . . Veep. . . "What do you mean
-that was my twin! . . personality. . . bash-
ful Uh. . . athelete. . . who me P. . . Baldy.
Varsity Football 3,4g Varsity Basket-
ball 2, 3, 4, Varsity Baseball 2: Class Pres.
2g Class Vice Pres. 4: Auto Mech. 2: Var-
sity Club 2, 3, Pres. 4g Student Council 2g
Surveying 4: Senior Play Production 4.
"A11en". . . shy. . . down girll. . . "The
College". . . "You bet". . . oh-that summer job
. . . Glen-Nor.
Publicity Club 2,3,4: J. V. Football 3:
Yearbook 4, Band Manager 4, Senior Play
"Sapo". . . Old Mill Pres. . . "Those Gol-
den Weddings" . . . good dancer . . .women,
which one is ltthis week? ... flcklell...
football. . . Irish Sergeant.
J. V. Football 2, Varsity 3,43 Baseball
Manager 2g Basketball Manager 2, Press Club
2,3,4g Dance Band 3, 4, Senior Play Cast 4g
Yearbook Sports Editor, 4: Varsity Club 3.4.
"Ears . . Council S Treasurer. . . Sen-
ior High Fan Club. . . Co -Captain. . . smooth
dresser. . .blue Chevy. . .quiet Q 27 . .the mob
. . . "Hey, Moose! "..Unc1e Joe .. . lady-
J. V. Baseball 2: Auto Mechanics 33
Varsity Football 3, Co-Captain 4: Student
Council 3, Treasurer 4, Varsity Club 3.4.
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cil Store. . . hard worker. . . those jokes!
frat parties, . . blushes. . . P. J. Parties. .
Debating 2, Sec. 3,43 United
Nations' Youth, Vice Pres. 3: Sketch
Club 4g Student Council 4, Sec. 3
Senior Play Cast 4.
"Russian". . . Plymouth. . . short. . .
trips to Chester. . . "Want to race me?"
, , , Woman hater. . . Chesterfields.
I, V. Baseball 23 Sports Club 2,
3, Auto Mechanics 4.
'Josie . . dancing. . . sore feet. . .
usually seen stalling the Old's. . .quiet
Url ...salesgirl ...those giggles...
never ending diet. . .Coffee pot.
Twlrling Club 2, 3: Photography
Club 43 Service Club 3: Yearbook 4:
Senior Play Production 4.
"Buddy ". . .shyw P. . . "Honest, for
real". . . Knack for getting hurt. . . Pine
Ridge. . . sports' fan. . . no worriesl, . .
likes school fwha-any .. . the mob...
nice friend. . . baseball. . . Co -Captain.
J. v. Basketball 2, 3. var. 4: var-
slty Baseball 2, 3, Co-Cap. 4: J. V.
Football 3, Var. 4: Bridge Club 2,
Varsity Club 4. Surveying 45 Student
Red Band Boogie. . .black Sc blue
Chevies. . . "Yah -hoo! . . bass drum. . .
N, P. 's answer to Fred Astaire. . .long
and lean . . . Levi's . . . "Howdy gal". . .
tenor. . . "Foggie". . . Ensign Blades.
Photography Club Pres. 25 Band 3,
2nd Lt. 4: Senior Chorus 2, 3, Vice-Pres.
4g Orchestra 3: Yearbook 4g Senior Play
"Steve" . . . Math whiz. . . tall 'n
terrific. . . slick dresser--blinding shirts
. . . deadlines. . . Captain Valentine
Varsity Basketball 2, 3.4: I. V.
Baseballz, Varsity 3,4g Band 2, 2nd Lt.
3, Capt. 4: Cxchestra 2, Pres. 35 Var-
sity Club 3,4g Surveying 4g Yearbook
Editor 4g Senior Play Cast 4.
"Lovey", , , Sapo's Buddy . . . Hot
Buick. . . "sugar, you sure are sweetl"
. . . stage manager. . . nice guy. . .foot-
ball . . . friendly.
Football Mgr. 2g Varsity Football
3, 4: J. V. Baseball Mgr. 2, Varsity
B3S6b3113,4Q VarsityC1ub 3, Vice-Pres.
4, Senior Chorus 2, 33 Auto Mechanics
2, 3: Senior Play Production, Stage
"Pluto" . . . skinny . . . secretarial
worries of yearbook . .. hot dogs and
football games . . . Xmas card sale. . .
usually seen with Huff. . . a good locker
with beautiful dark hair. . . personality.
I. V. Cheerleading 2g Student
Council 25 Service Club Pres. 25 Year-
book Secretary 4,
"Maggie" . . . Eddystone . . . Brook-
haven after xo P. M .... Bridge Club. . .
Baseball fiend. . . dungarees and loafers, .
.bananas. . .Wienie Roasts.
Photography Club 2: Dramatics 2g
Bridge Club 3,4g Softball 3.
ELIZABETH ANN TONGE
Boyd Drug Waitress , . . future sec-
retary. . . vacations at Colorado. . . noisy
Q P PJ . . . twirler. . . demon behind the wheel
. . . Township dances. . . P. M. C. interests
. . . "Liz". . . Catherine.
Photography Club 2g Twirling Club
2,3g Band 2, 3,45 Yearbook 4: Senior
Play Production 4.
GAIL VAN DEUSEN
'Dale' ... Captain of the cheer-
leaders . . . Bolero Club . .. friendly. . .
fickle .. . loves parties . . . usually seen
trying to get a pep rally. . . Fanny.
Varsity Cheerleading 2, 3: Captain
4: J, V. Basketball 2, 3: Varsity Club 3,
Sect. 4: Senior Play Cast 4.
"Giggles" . . . Lima Farms. . . "Pud-
d1es" . . .violinist UD. . . "Ma", . . she's a
driven? . . . Hockey. . . Likes the atmos-
phere in Garden City.
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2,3,4g Orchestra 2, 3.4: Band 3.4-
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"Bunny . . whiz in Mrs. Heck1er's
bookkeeping class! l . . . usually seen
with Norman. . . pleasant smile. . . short.
. . quiet. . . nice guy.
Auto Mechanics 2, 3: Radio Club 4
"Knute" . . . English Scholar . . .
Shakespeare fan . . . usually seen with
Auto Mechanics 2, 3: Student
Council 2: J. V, Football 3: Radio Club
"Al" . . . confirmed bachelor. . .
trouble with the law Ace Phot-
ographer. . . Millionaire to be. . . quiet
. . . quick blusher.
Auto Mechanics 25 Senior Play
Production 43 Yearbook Photography
"Woody" . . . Romeo . . . comical
fgood? PD. . . personality. . . usually seen
--with a girl. . . Lieutenant Spicer. . .
Fast Hudson UU. . .Wait until I get my
car tuned up.
J. V. Baseball 2: Varsitybase-
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