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

 - Class of 1953

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MAJORIE LYNNE BALDW IN Lvnne Lundy pretty blue eyes PU! uzth Lou rat partzes photogenzc blushes enszlx W I bound Sunday parades Pub wily 2 'S Senior Chorus 3 Var ltw Cheerleader 2 Hnckev Manager 4 Cv 3 4 Cheer leadlng flub 2 3 J GARY BAYLOR Gary Hot Wercurv Jezebel Todds store Blades buddy Harrev s lruflx Sports Club 2 Bawball 2 Claw Treagurer 3 4 'PW EARL H BECK JR Future jet are Albert lhe Allzga or Does ansone haze a patron today headed lor Wd U personallls plus rrazy about azr planes flung lessons Bam 2 Dance Band 2 Pre s Club 4 Auto 'Sie-chanu 3 Yearbook 4 Orcbeelra 3 A lVlARY ESTHER BENTLEY Uess blushes tvpzst an anal Shzrl Imzzll 9 lool us! thanks Those partzes artlst rnzvhzezous Shooeters ml2i Orc:-tra2 'S 4 nu 5 nfl PllllllillN Klub Ba ke all earlv lx Nia Artlst 4 ALBERT BIDDLE basketball sparkplug Fnergy Frlrlav morning rn wear book that tenor zotre lhrzslmas rard salesman nzghf owl o rod on the Turnpike Tumblmg Club 2 Kuta Nlfvhanncs J V Basketball Z 3 War ltw Basketball 4 J V Football 4 Yearbook 4 Var ltw Llub 4 SHIKI EY ANN BRADLEY Shtrl wzth Szbby and Bubbles parties eyes I hester fan W aater gzggles' can shtft' Twnrlmg Club 2 Photography Club Ham 3 4 Yearboukl- 'XX JAMES H BRYSON '-Q laplam ,lun that 9 no! kosher that red hatr hot Plymouth Vary Alue Hey wzfe beazh parttes Swarthmore 1 Old Mzll Presulent lets go to pter Auto 'Nlechanlcs 2 3 Senior Chorus 3 Pre-Qldent 4 Yearbook 4 U1 ali? 1' -v IRFIJ C0xLrY r 1 1 1111111 lzshlng f11ll111x1r1xI If 7 ll 141110 1 ll r 1 r llllllllflzf, H1115 llfhlflft 1 11 rt 1 to rap w u 11 N echanlm Mr11naut1CQ 3 WILLIAM E COPLEY H1 Ur T011rl11loun with Home folbate smile mls !'l1lEl0llS eyes islu ulth gzrlsl glllIllffS lltllc helper t al appeilte Curly locks 11 1 uh 2 S ball Xar xtw Club 'S 4 F1otba1l 3 4 4 MICHAEL CREPACK ll1le lrfeper sports en tlzuszast art abzlztw easy t get along u1Il1 fflllff 1-Leaf LEONARD T CUFF oe Chezv Phzladelphza IIIPS sporzs evperlallv baseball bun man dependable artzslzr abzlztv fllllllfll troubles uunt f funcll 2 Xxce Preuun A EARLE P DLNHAM JR Dunnm 41 Chen wah Hem Felloui those slag parties 1-.ztfhfn bm uhats her name? Hou Q your 1016 lzfe As the man uho ouns one Phnlr- raphx 2 -Xutn Xlfchanlc 2 Qpeech fluh 4 Prem Club 4 zz I1 unta ex es parties Hockew gfI'l10I' Chorui 2 Nmnmr Student Councll 2 3 4 Homeroom Pres1 nt 2 ' Ba krt b 2 3 VHTSIIQ Cheerleader 2 3 Captaln 4 'N Juiez . malll brain red hair . . . icilh Dzrl 4 s In gym C ss . . . sozmr Hand Photographs 2 4 Nutr' Nlenharucs Ian . I I mg TUFCS to l,P911UVlt'l on Mvoter Shoos ter Hnoxtfr aluass will Ing personalztx plus renlefrlzelflvr' Enlvrul 2 lu rdpxx Orchestra 3 4 Nnmr FhnruQ 4 . . . Ymdrluok 4 Softball 2 BaSkPthall 3 4 44' Mh- EDEK GARBOLEWSKI "Pumph" . . . un huh . . . "Ohl I see" l'll drue "W'hat's thts aclzon Stachw 5 hoagtes s getttn deep Fhozce fhrtstmas trees ml 2 3 Grade Qc oo Xlanager 4 Ba kctball Nlanager 3 Yaramtv Club 2 3 Treawrer Debatx 2 Yearbook 4- LWY 2 JEANNE PHYLLIS GATES Gatesze partzes comes from Chester H that romance treasury troubles music mustc music tncludmg orchestra Scotts HL 0 Band 3 Orchestra 3 4 De-batmg Basketball 3 Qenmr Chorus P 0 Club 4 Hearbook 4 Scott s H1 Q 4 WILLIAM GARDINER 1 l just gotta hale another rtgarette Sun Raw soctal lw tn u 1 those green pegs Anybody bane thezr home work done today? founczl meetings all rtght vou guys swell 'r' 04" bttdfz, Q Student Council 2 3 4 Prexy 4 Football 2 Nport Club 2 SAMUEL L. HAYES Sam' . . . Young man u-ith a cello . . . debates . . . helping hand . . . 3 a.m. paper route .... Uotherly instinct . . . Swarthmore bound . . . crew cuts . . . hates women? . . . who taught the Iaralreet? . . . those parties . . . 4- 1:-.Ira 2, I. lr-iiclen . . . Senior Inrue ...Dewalin 3 . . . Prew Ann. N nap-r 2. 3. -1. . . E A1-the Spec-elm 4- . . . Yearbook 4 . . . Varsity ze- mall ff ub . . . 'Ci' EMMANETA HEPFORD Emmy l6fSl1lI,l8 George partzes dzvzng escapades we lzlted sharp dresser Edltors blues frzendly Y B 'll T gullible hnzttlng fiend Hockey 2 3 Captam 4 Cheerleader Pre s 2 3 Eelltor 4 Color Guard 2 Chorus Debatmg 2 3 N CVC 3 4 Yearbook 4 Student Councxl Secretary HOWARD HUFF Hufly that blonde halr quiet star center sale druer9 bashful strong sllent type Football 2 3 4 Ba ketball 2 3 Tumblmg Club 2 3 4 Sports Club 2 DONALD HUMPHREYS Don third baseman 0 ' those women short hatr re Ford good at getlmg out of study halls loves pmg pong Varsity Club 2 3 4 Auto 'Nlechamcs Football 3 Basketball 2 3 Baseball 2 3 Captam 4 Brldge Club 4 SYLVIA JOHNSON Quiet gom steady with Bubbles and Shzrl Erghth and Potter sharp neat dresser twlrler er 'lledzarz uaaler Twxrlmg Club 2 Clrl Basketball Photography 3 Band 4 Yearbook 4 UC JUANITA KETRICK "Bubbles" . . , usually seen with Sibby Hlonrlie eyes bnvs suealers 8th anrl Potter Huoll an 'llmules troubles Ol mulling ner fall 1 u 1 Sluflent vunrll 2 3 Horkn 2 lf N Ba ketball 2 'S Yearbook 4 3 iretarw r Varmtv Club 3 4 RICHARD LAFFERTY Dtcll tall tales English speerhes lnzenlzoni Ford Roadster? rwle tor sale Phystrs arguments explorer Photography Club 4 Rafllo Club Xuto Nlfchanle 2 ERIC LAW RENCE Tropzral lteh trend Srnolle gets ln vour ewes Burln IOUTIU jan Anous the ansuers Reds Sas nou lndependent luture rlorlor Qtudf-nt Cuunml 3 4 ml 1 2 llaeba J V Football Bar l 2 Npurts Cll1ll2 Rarllo Club 3 Yearbnuk 4 JAMES C LAWRENCE III larrv math Il lu gtrls lotes them all speed shtlt artzst lures lrenfh I shall see mu utrllerl stag parties l h4t4g.rapl1v 2 lg: 2 l I ll N lull Ill xmirlnm H1 nt X and li.: 'hall ux , 1-sr -av IJ .Zi Aon ES LINDSAY fn e S ane umallx Seen ln Hzldas Blue Room zn lbester Look at I t girl Sllatel' JAMES R MARSHALL JR ,llfllflll BffIOAhHlPIlIfP Seen rn Carden Izzy that prettv brown exerl qoplzomnre snappy Slrorl stop green Forrl rhezr money troubles nrt Club 5 Auto 'Nlecbanlm 2 V lla ketball 2 Haw 2 RAYMOND MASSEY Wavmon Woobm Wabbzt Demass s v a dollars north It dont uorl. Hev Slum Qperlfs Tumbllng Club 2 3 Football 3 VarS1ts 4 BaSf-ball 3 Radlo Club 4 ANNA MCNFAL Ann sllalzng lan mth Shlrl shoppzng sprees to I'l11lly Rebel Bobby You Belong To Me Tennessee bound those southern Laratzons Um m Bow' l Qenmr ChoruS 2 3 Pre Club 3 4 Xearboolx 4 Photography 3 we ,.-W pf' -'Y' and .5 1. 'Y F 44 I - """'l V.. , f "' X G47 ,gn I 0 ,TWA ,V , S- ,, gqv' I -4 , . wwe ' 32,6 . ' ,., fu 'f. IIB 4 . r ' ' F' , , '- A N - ' -f A , as , ' A il., 'gg Q 1 ,h .. f ' ' ' - - -e B ., Y ha ' .' 4."... -J., V 1 - 'C 4- ' A1 , ,J gg Vs, 45' lg ' ' , lb ' ' U.: ,. Y Q . D ' '. . 1 +wJ,..., I I ,ll - . S ' ' ' Lg Sp S,v 1.4 ..,. ' . ' A ...l..'S -- 9 of ball . 3. 4 . . . 2 1 A A gffgigf' . A I M rl x - U1 M I - , ly' . . . ' ' . . . ' P ' z ' l 3' ? Sv," ' f 'YA-2 . ,l V : ' x sf n D - - '- - 1 ., ', . , SS , . - s S er-"F 'll' PATRICXA METZLER "Pal" . . . rute . . . blondie . . . star gazer . . . Sunrthnzore . , . honest to Pete . , . soloist? . . . diver . . . those moments in class . . . great pal . . . Stone Harbor Beach Iatrol innocent nzght ltfe ellowshzp Color Cuarrl 3 4 benlor Chorus 2 4 Dramatlc Club 4 Brulge Club Twlrllng. Club 2 Yearbook 4 J V Basketball 2 DONALD S MINSHALL Whttze hot Ford? Weedy Bzrds 'llazn Itne Troubadour duck hunter neat blznd dates' mush man mush Wtldwood babes JUDITH ANN MITCHELL Judy Abtngton dreamer Stone Harbor escapades long eye lashes pretty pretty dependable buddy blushes embarrasstng 711017167115 Student Council 2 Senlor Chorus Color Guard 2 3 4 Yearbook Dramatxcs Club 4 Brldge Club 4 DELBERT H MORGAN Skull ,JISC lorhey ta those lung szze Chester zelds buys em by the farron Highland Car dens H1 lloll Qhoosters Auto 'Nlechanlc 2 3 Proyecuon Klub 4 1 1 1 ii S WILLIAM G OPDEN AKER Oppze Veep flatly naps in Frzglish just opposite in Social litmg 1lrI1er nite tellou Qtball 2 3 Ba :hall 2 arwtv Club 3 Auto 'NIC-ch amcs 2 SHIRLEY PARK Shzrl nzre dresser artistic talented petite quiet math brain Editor Srotts Hz hard worker beautiful black air Brldge Club 2 4 Press Club 2 Ba ketball 2 Qr-mor Choruq companlst 2 3 4 Yearbook 3 Elllllll' 4 Band Tvurler 3 Scott HIQ 3 4 SARAH ELIZABETH RICE Betty .... 9 auth Media . . . usually seen at the Blue Chip Inn . . . music lorer . . . tha trio .... her hearts with the army. . . . ALEXANDRA RIFE Sandy . . . pretty . . . tallfatire . . . Lehigh footer . . . what. no solid meat. . . . Rose lalley Pool . . . knee sox . . . lunrh time ...H football games . . . Poughlreepsie . . . Swarthmore? . . . l01'e5 Darhshunfls...ur1irIhibite1l... little latly . . . Bridge Club 2, 4 . , . Senior Chorus 3 . . . Debatin 3 . . . Dramatics 3. 4 ...llanrl4... .N.Y.2... 'MS X' . .yang ..-r' Qtr? , wg: A -gt. I-A PETER RoYcE "Pete" . . . those Sofial Living rlasses . . . quie!?? . . . Oh, tha! laugh . . , slow and easy going . . . Aeronauticw Club 2. 3 .... A uto Mfnhanlrw fllulm 4 . . . MORRIS SAPOV ITS Was Abbie soda jerk sings uhile danemg hen perhed Eleanor Bucl-.nell bound joker pudgv 1 oelofl. shadou, radio commentator JOAN SEIK Seillie busv buss bun Alire aluaws arguing loze problems Brownie those Sunday alter noon strolls in Chester Oh that trio 49 Pontiac secretary troubles Dramatlcg 2 Twlrlmg 2 qtudent Council 3 4 Band 3 4 Semor C orue 3 4 Clu 3 4 Yealbook 4 lf' g ...lift SHIRLEY SLOVNIK Shirl struggling 1 t uilh book keeping softball basketball whiz those lell hand hooks pttrlzer shorty lhester tan Fntered in Sophomore xear 5 mor N nu e Photography 2 Var ltv Ba ketball 3 4 r ar Club 3 mor C ru Pros Club 3 4 Xfarbook 4 LOLANN Soma ou PVC a trouble u,11h math artzst ntce dresser long discussions fun to be uzth mee smzle Publlcltv Club 2 3 Brlcl e Club Band 3 4 Yearbook 4 Senlor Chorus 4 L 1 Y 2 Qketch Club 3 0-vit EDWARD SOMMERVILLE sports enthuszast lzlles partzes and danrlng a good lad good worller dependable Brldge Club 2 3 4 Football 2 Ba ketball 5 4 .i DM ID SPENCE Freckles , . . great fisherman?? . . . Lous . . . Hey Skull . . . New York weekends Chesterfield Kid Highlands Gardens . . . Sports Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Aeronautics Club 2 JAMES SZLEMKO Quiet . . . Brookhaven . . . math whizzz? mul woman hater Varsxty Club 3, 4 . . . bports Club 4 . . . Auto Mechanics 2 . . . Baseball 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 X1 ur ANN Tn LOR Taxlnr usuallv seen uzth Ivan tremurx troubles blushe: wutzern fluent sloupohe llestfr ll: h that trlo 1510 unrl thnse parties Freflrles nmr 1 Irfa urer mfr Nrxn Tr a ur r ' 0 tngraphx 2 Df8II13IlI 2 near nook 4 N1 xRJ0Rrr Lol ISF Tuoxr Uarbze ls ll Hmerlord or Suarth more this ueeh lamp Wxoda brains dreamy tzgure athletzc sophzslzraled lar es eompllfaled lore lzte Uarrzedf r 1tx H f ex 2 Ire 2 Llulm r ltx rtlwdll 2 J B nd 2 3 4 Hearlmuk 4 Lhcfrhamllng fluJ 2 DONALD L TONGE Pete rnathenzalwzan e Hunter expert bunm hopper peg pants9 foes Store dent extermznator pornpadour Photograph-. Club 2 Yarsxtw Foot ball Nlanagt r 3 Qports Club 4 " rf keg! 'GM 4.. MARGARET TLw1o1.0 188135 usually seen uzth Jean Shorthand uhzzz Spears Oh those sueaters usually seen zn the Boyd Drug Store Had about Ho I arson Photographs Club 2 SQUID! Serwnce Klub 3 I ts JoIIN R. WILLIAMS "Ro1lrly" . . . rerl sorlfs . . . "Ted l1"'I'l- liarnsn . . . rrew outs . . . southpaw pitrher . . . lorer . . . Chemistry Club 4 . . . Baseball 2, 3, 4 . . . Student Council 2, 3, l'resiIlf'nt 4- . . . Auto Mechanics 2 . . . Class Presi- dent 2. 3 . Football 3. 4 . , . JEAN WILROY Wzth Peggy those mad trips to Wllduood Rodgers Jazz en thuszast parties ln Hool-. usuallv seen Somewhere Along The Way I hesterlzelds Bones Photography 2 Senlor SCFVICC Club 3 CARRIE WILSON Talltatzze sule remarks them sharp ears usually seen Ln Hzlda v Hlue Room In I hester Photographv Club 2 Bmketball 3 Brnlgc Club 3 Coctume Deslgn Ing 4 WALTER WRIGHT Buddv strong szlent type long hazr nzce dresser good baseball player Baseball 2 3 4 Var Ity Club 3 Qecretary 4 9portQ Club 3 Presl dent 4 Football 2 3 4 Auto Nlechamcs 3 'ei -he was FQ Nomnw YOLNG JR Hath brzzzn naman hrzfvr tzuz tone Ile Soto recent arrual 771Plh!llZlldl ul ard B m 5 NPHIOT fhnru -1- J U1ll"lf loum ll Fntf re-fl ur mg 3 ad' N5 1951 f Q W S X X M A Q 565455 ,N X X1 feb Q, M u J3- v'l 'fr wi", "Pl .1 x", ,. 1 We f, "i 2,10 'f , M 1 'N . Adgzsers d I6 Leonard Wllham RTf0ut Schuler SEVEN If THE SEVENTH GRADE mc he Ctass oi X 03 has etected a theme whrch houtd have s ectat mearxmg 'tor wou we woutd hke to ax a text word As sewerxth graders you have started on tour wax through hxgh c o X o u t rs meant the hegmnmg oi our Xa hrstorw t rs trme e warxt to wxsh xou the hest oi tuck and success d Through the Y ears Uh Globe J Lf '4 O EIGHTH GRADE Advzsers Mrs Cehne Ph1HlpS MISS Mae Law Mr John Echternach fig ,b ftfv-fm A - W .-e, ' , ' -qs-3.""5. ,L H Ak -K?-'fzw -sag'..r 2511-1- ..,v A 4 .,,','g9 A -2 Than. 9' 'WL sf' sur '-,,- 1 'Q 2. -qt-. S -- V v-U '- .. , ,Ls.,,. r h ,gm 1 'NL ,4 a al . Z .D E A QQ gf If Huh 5 ,h 5? WE nA,' 4,- 'JZ 1 , ,. ik ',,.:-4- Lag.- 'Z UN ,....- O - ' an - 19' A iv -Q , -4....... ' A W,-1 . , - ' - Ill!! l 4 ' ' If 4- x41 95.1 6 ' 'C - 4..f4?..- , 1 wi" of.. , ' '." ' L , , , .. ., pl 1' -PU' Y an bv :xg . '- ' 1 -- 4,-v . ,-r' ' "Q ' -1' - . :fa 5 " ' 4 eg.: ll -5' P r A , .Air . F RESHMAN CI ASS The maln school project for the Freshman class was the dance held May 1 They also had a large attendance at Open House on Saturday mghts The rest of the year was spent gettmg acquarnted wrth hrgh school lrfe OFFICERS Preszdent Edward Graves Vzce Preszdenz Dale Stevenson Secretary Phyllrs Turner Advzsors rw Miss Mlldred Wllllams -K Mr Joseph Chesney Mr Joseph Dorsaneo X! Qfk 49 :ga if fl ffzf J Treasurer 'fffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff. Miriam Thom Q 'll CN I YL, 4 . . . . Q Ja nl - 5 x . kf' 3 ,fy nh I . I' W S EL 'v Q S rf , , I E X J 9 lip " l U ! If ! if u 3,2 'f 4 . 1, 1 w' A - -. tg . ,fag V Nw:-s --ft: me 'Nw' U""v l ff SOPHOMORF I I ASb L Cla of 'n hegan nts xear wsltll a xerx unc ful ale of Cllfl tmas Can x Thu was followed ln the sale of Ea ler Camlx ln Aprll the Soph Hop was held The Sophomore haxe ordered and recen ed thelr :la ring Thex are looklng forward to thelr next two xears 1n hugh Lhool OFFICERS Preszdent Judson Lalrd Vice Presulent Jo Sweenex Secretarv Gerrx Glenn Treasurer Carx Dauberman '1 J .5 lli . iz W if il ,- GW 111112. ,- , -- f n e JVVM' ' , Cfx ' N l was as l R' Advzsors Gllhert L Klme Laura R Junkms Nlarjorle Hughes Russell 'Vlegonagal My rtle Wandless ADVANCED SPORTS CLUB This club is designed to interest, stimulate, and acquaint boys with the aspects of hunting, fishing, conservation, game transfer, and out- door life. The club teaches the laws of gun safety, and it cooperates and participates in the activities of the Pennsylvania Game Com- mission. President ,,,,.,,s,,s.,ssis, ,.i,,s, B uddy Wright Vice President.. Visi..s.. ...,,.,..,,,, F red Conley Secretary-Treasurer .,ee..,,i. , e,e,,,, Alan Hudson Adviser ss,,,.,.s,,s , ,,s,...........,., John F. Echternach RADIO CLUB The Radio Club is concerned mainly with learning the theory and practice of radio and radio servicing. Whenever possible. the indi- vidual pupil has the opportunity to follow his own inclination as to the project he would like to construct. Adviser-Francis H. Spickler RIDING CLUB The Riding Club has been organized for those students interested in learning to ride for their own pleasure. Besides the regular meetings, the club meets on Saturday morn- ings to receive instructions in the fundamen- tals of the sport. Adviser-Lloyd Cv. Trout DEBATING CLUB The Debating Club is designed to develop within the student organized thinking and to give experience in public speaking. Each year the debating team competes with four other Delaware County Schools in the inter-school debates. President ,,,, . . , Alan McCone Secretary , Judy Ann Evans Adviser , ,, , 'William R. Schuler PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB The Photography Club is designed to teach members the fundamentals of camera opera- tion, negative developing, and printing of photographs. Adviser-Mae C. Law Oo PUBLICITY CLUB The Publicity Club serves as a nucleus for advertising extra-curricular activities in the high school. Work is also done on decorations for dances and other social functions. Adviser--Laura R. ,Iunkins COSTUME DESIGN CLUB The Costume Design Club is primarily for girls who have some art ability and who are interested in designing clothes. Phases to be studied include drawing fashions, methods of creating new designs, illustration techniques, and present day designs. Adviser-Arlene A. Rogers CHARM CLUB The main purpose of the Charm Club is to give training for one's future in the business world. The girls discuss problems in meeting a job situation and work out the methods of solving them. Adviser-Edith L. Leonard SENIOR SERVICE CLUB The Senior Service Club is open to students interested in helping others. Each member may follow his own interest if he has any special interest in that lineg otherwise, work is done for hospitals in the community. The Club members also help the Red Cross by making toys for Veterans, Hospitals. President ,L ,,,o,,, , 7, ,Lorena Rice Vice Presirlent a,,, ,,,,,, ,I eanette Walker Secretary c,,,, H , Barbara Laws Treasurer , Y Alice Taylor Adviser, ,, Nlabel O. Heckler OFTTCERS President Sain Hayes Vice President Frank Emerson Librarians Sally Thomson Debbie lVIcCone Manager Carol Sue bnderwood Director John M. Sepella ORCHESTRA The Orchestra is open to any student who can play an orchestral instrument. The organization plays in assembly programs and the Spring Concert and joins with the Band for Commencement Exercises. l 5 DANCE BAND The Dance Band is open to any student who can qualify. Its purposes are twofold: 1. To give experience to the instru- mentalist and vocalist in the field of popular dance music. 2. To participate in playing for school sponsored dances. Adviser john M. Sepella ft' ,ff if ff4!'?"5fW' N' ,ff .' 1 fjfiijr.: wif:-. ff, ,, ,Q-A an--, C - , .4 4 ,n V I ' - Qyfr.. Q if af" -A 51 ff f','fu 't wr ' g -, :-1. M Az" sx".f'f1 fff, A-Q "' ugd. , ',Q.414f' 1 'la' jf'-'Ji ,'f. " 1.-N. . "1-f's.f. ff- .il if l:.1g".-A-gLM?,ff'-"-1' Lf-. "Li 14, :iff-' .15 ,,, '40, 16' ' " ' -'lx-' Ze rdf"-3 f' . 1 A ' '-. -. "5" 4-.,. 1.5. .f'Af'f' .""a .1-:i H iw.-a we rf .-Ji: ff' .f'.f'- JUNIOR CLASS The Class of ,54 started their year off with the Magazine Sale. To add to the treasury, they sold candy after school and soft drinks and hot dogs at the football games. They also sponsored the play, "The Affairs of Anatolf' held in November at the Hedgrow Theatre. The Juniors ended the year with the annual Junior-Senior Prom. OFFICERS President ,rr,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,.,s,,s,ss,,,,, G e orge Iarden Vice President sst,, Carol Sue Lvnderwood Secretary ,,,,,,s,,ss s,,,,,.sss, N ancy Reynolds Treasurer ,s,,s t,ss,s.s,s I rene Kain Advisors Stanley A. Boorse Edward Narcum DRAMATIC CLUB The Senior High School Dramatic Club is designed for those who wish to become more familiar with drama and the theatre. Work is done in history of play, theory of dramatics, staging, and play production. Adviser-Stanley A. Boorse PRACTICAL SCIENCE CLUB This club is to give pupils interested in Science the opportunity to make equipment or apparatus that will help them in their scien- tific hobby. Adviser-Francis H. Spickler BRIDGE CLUB This club is designed for the purpose of helping those who play to improve their game and to teach the elements of the game to beginners. Adviser-Mildred C. Williams PRESS CLUB One of the most actlve orgamzatlons m the school IS the Press Club Meetlng weekly IIS sole alm IS to teach journallsm to 1ts members for the edltlng and publlshlng of the school newspaper THE BARK THE BARK flrmly establlshed ln 194-4 as an lndependent newspaper succeeded ln coppmg second place honors m the annual Pennsylvania Scholastlc Press Assoclatlon Contest held for hlgh school newspapers and at the present tlme IS a member of the ulll and Scroll Society STAFF MEMBERS x9 Edltor Asszstanl Editor News Edztor Feature Edztor Sports Humor Edztor Iumor Hzgh Edztor Busmess ,,,c...vt,..Y,7......V-v... v...VfV Aduertising e,..e77r.......-AA.. wrrrrrs. .AsV-, Copyreaders ,t.,.t,Y.Y7.,Y4-w7VVVVVVVV...,VV, V Grade School .,t..c....,Y.wV.7....77, .V Secretary .,,t.,,.Y,..A..v...-7-7A7 frarr - - Advisers tc,tet,e....,r.7V.v,7..Vs...-7-v V Emmaneta Hepford Marjorle Thom Patrlcxa Rhymes Carol Woodrow Carol Sue Underwood George Jarden Marjorle Emerson v,,,,,,.,,,,Wllll3m Deans Samuel Hayes ,,.,,,e,,.Samuel Wmn eEdith Morton Mary Ann Daly , ,,Edek Garbolewslci ,Ioan Selk Marianna Zimmerman iff 1 r S GX 0 'DX' NE ' xX of SENIOR CHGRUS The Semor Chorus IS open to all semor hlgh school students who have a deslre to Slng The club partlclpates ln the annual Sprlng Concert Baccalaureate and Com mencement exerclses Preszdent Vxce Preszdent Treasurer Lzbrarzans A ccompamst OFFICERS James Bryson Shlrley Park Alice Taylor Judy Ann Evans Clalre Van Deusen Sh1rley Park i . . . . , Secretary ,,,,,,,,.,,.,...,,..,........,...., ..,.. l tene Kaill SCOTT'S Hi-Q The Scottis Hi-Q team consists of four outstanding high school students who com- pete against other Delaware County High School teams in a scholastic quiz competition. Hi-Q is not a "question and answer" quiz. It is a contest to determine attentiveness and general knowledge. Team Members Shirley Park Alan McCone Eric Lawrence Chou-Chou Messolonghites Adviser-Gilbert L. Kline EFFECTIVE SPEECH CLUB This club offers the opportunity to develop the students, speaking ability and to promote self-confidence in all types of public speaking. President ,,,,,,,,.,,,..........,..e,... William Roberts Vice President ,,,,,, ,tt,,.. I ay Bloodsworth Secretary too,.i....... .,e,, N ancy Reynolds Treasurer ,. t,e,. ,,,oe,, S amuel Hayes Adviser t,,,, ,,.... L ionel H. Jackson PROJECTION CLUB The Projection Club is interested in teach- ing students how to run the projection equip- ment and in training operators who will be available in assisting the teachers with the machines. Adviser-Joseph M. Dorsaneo If '1 I w 9 '5 COACHES FOOTBALL This season saw a new coach at N. P. in the person of Mr. Narcum. Mr. Trout coached the Varsity line as well as the Jayvee team. The team was light and inexperienced, but Mr. Narcum said the boys worked hard and had a lot of fun doing it. The use of the single wing predicts success in the next few years. 14 FOOTBALL STARTING LINE-IP Left Wing ,,,, H , , Gerry Clenn Left Inner , ,, Nancy Reynolds Center , Emmaneta llepford Right Inner Carole FitzSim0ns Right Wing Betty Spencer Left Half , Y , Marjorie Thom Center Half Carol Sue linderwood Right Half l.iz Elliott Left Full , Mary Lou Glenn Right Full Eleanor Balderston Goalie t,,, ,, , Faith Bonsall This year the girls' hockey team ended the season winning three games. tying one. and losing four, All through the season. however. the girls fought from start to finish. As there were only three seniors on the team: Liz Elliott. Margie Thom, and Emmy Hepford were elected tri-captains. With only three losses. Nliss Hilda Anderson is looking forward to next year with great anticipation. .l. V. HOCKEY RECORD 2 lipper Darby l Nlarple Newtown l Springfield l Edclystone 3 Chester 1 Nledia l Sharon llill ll Clifton lleights Mr. Chesney led the boys in the new gymnasium. The team had lots of depth and next year should he a fine one. Bill Johnson, high scorer, will add much to the team. The JV squad, coached by Mr. Dorsaneo, will surely add to the Varsity's talent next year. 6 mm Ph BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL ceo 00BQ Y GIRLS' BASKETBALL The girls' basketball team had tough going this year. The girls fought with high spirits and good sportsman- ship through the year, however. The team wishes to thank Miss Hilda Anderson for her constant guidance and support during the season. Carol Sue Underwood, Junior, was elected Varsity Captain and Pat Metzler, Senior, Jayvee Captain. Graduating from the squad are: Shirley Slowik, Bubbles Ketrick, Sylvia Johnson, Marjorie Thom and Janice Francis. BASEBALL N. P. had some strong potential ball players returning to the team this year, but our coach, Mr. Haupt, had something else to say: "Our team this year looked fine to me defensively, but again hitting was our big problem and I have always contended that base running plays a major part in high school ball. Our team had to work hard to avoid these defects." ci ip , 1 I. , vfpu-qi' ut. if 4.54 as .K -:wif BOYS' VARSITY CLUB Membershlp ln the Boys Varslty Club IS extended to boys who have earned a letter 1n a mayor sport or as head manager ln a varslty sport and have been voted ln by the other members One of ltS actlvltles to promote school Splfll IS the pflflllflg and selllng of booster tags for each game Wlth the Glrls Varsity Club lt acts as co sponsor of the annual sprmg Athletlc Banquet OFFICERS Preszdenz Wllham Ammerman Vlce Preszdent James Szlemko Secretary Walter Wright Treasurer Edelc Carbolewslcl sw, GIRLS' VARSITY CLUB The Glrls Varslty Club IS open to any glrl who has earned her warslty letter ln a major sport VBISIIW cheerleaders and managers are also ellglble Its actn 1t1es mclude the glrls mtramural sports program and the preparatlon of the programs for our boys home basketball games Wlth the Bos Varsxty Club the glrls act as co sponsors of the annual Athletlc Banquet OFFICERS Preszdent Margle Thom Vice Preszdent Ly nne Baldvun Secretary Treasurer Juamta K6lflCk Band partlclpates ln manv outslde affalrs lncludlng the Halloween parade IH Medla assemblles N P Follles exchange HQSPIHIJIICS and the Sprmg Concert Captain H, , lst Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant Quartermaster Sergeant-at-Arms Drum Majorette, Sergeant-at-Arms Treasurer Director ,,,,, .,,,,,,, I ohn VI Sepella CHEERLEADERS Congratulations, Cheerleaders of 1952-53! You did a terrific job of keeping up the school spirit for N. Pfs football and basketball teams. Whether we were winning or losing, the cheerleaders never let us down. There are three seniors graduating from the squad, and we hope they will have good replacements. They are Liz Elliott, Captaing Emmy Hepford, and Bubbles Ketrick. 5553 CHEERLEADERS Illl X QW C vnu . Y Q U:-, I 3 JA- ul: 1, 1 ,M , , 01 43 is ,, ,L MU 1 'Q A . Q "iw Q Q .ML 'qw A' 4 fi . ,. .V 31:52, 293,43 'ifmf lf: -.,:.":f 3,-,, g,zq.f,- f-ug, ,- .W--,.-471i-7 'ITA ' L ivfizi? 3' ' l .W Q a -. . , . 12 f r 923' E if E 5 Q Q- g. f'-wi' '-1 .597 Il ' - , ,yzfflq if,- .f-,aff I W? a f E 4 X 4. 'i W ' W Q 4' Q, . ,, , 4 , Y ..f's't,,hf,AL M - A ,Q K if .X 'W . fe: M , . , ' 5 WK' . .' , wgw 'ik , gg: ,gm ' iw! 1 , Q . Jf P W-Q V at , X221 ' , ,ia . gs - L 4 4, 4 , W ad ":""' 1 S .4 ff JY s I ,' STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Councll IS one of the most actlve orgamzatlons ln the Nether Provldence Hlgh School It serves the school m many ways but the most lmportant IS the cooperatlon lt establlshes between the students and faculty The Student Councxl promotes many dCtlVlll8S to bulld school Splflt and loy alty The mam event for the Student Councll IS the annual March Mart OFFICERS Preszdent John Wxlllams V we Preszdent Joe Cuff Secretary Carole F1tzS1mons Treasurer Falth Bonsall Advzser C1lbertL Kllne f11AqS1H1STCHIY Through the tears The tlme has come whfn we the rlaGs of 1913 can look back through the xears anf new the mdnldual ments Mlllfll together reprt fnt our lngh school career Onlx now aG we prepare to take our placeG ln the world do we realllc the lmportance of the IH mx x iluablt KXPQFILIH we hate encountered 'md the knowledge we haw galned 1n our xears m N P We made our hl h Gchool debut at our freshman dame 51H1I'N'lN to the NtarG Led bw Pf?Qlf1lttt Wllrw lou lurman our f13QQ had the l1lQ1lI'lC1l0Y'l of hawmg the lrst fruhman dame with in orc le tra We were alowed tt t loose some of cur courses that tear and QOOH we were dnlded mto the academic busmess and general sectlons ln the fall the fue from Brookhaxen j0lIlPf1 our cl1GG when we graduated lnto cmor 1llUlt we left 'Nlr Nlegonegal Nlr CheGnex and 'N11GG urulle our claGG 3l1YlQOI'S and were met my N rs Rowlanc lVl1Gs Want eGs an Mr Vlader ln order to earn monu for our clasG treaGurx we Qfllll C1lI'l91ll18S candy and Faster egg lender the leaderGhlp f John Wllllalll our class presldent we sald Saludos Allllgfli to our fI'lCIldS at our Soph Hop the Fall F1eGta That xear James but Earl Beck S1llI'lLX Slowlk Janlu FTHIICIQ and Don lVl1nGhall were added The QITP of our cl1GG CllII1lIllQl'lPf1 COI1ilC1CI'2ilJ1X m our junlor xear and mth tt went mam of our good students Don Stsxenson Jack Currle 'Vlary Lou Furman Sue Brainerd Stewe Cutler Betty Stesens and Ann qurrlck left N P whlle we galned only two members Jeanne Cates and 'Norman Young Wlth John Wllllanls agaln holding the gas el we started c ur last full xear campaign to boost ourscls es flI'l8IlLl2i1lX The gale of refreGhments at the home football games and the Gale of magazmes marked the beglnnlng of our projectG A crowd could alwaxs be found lI'l rooms 213 and 109 after school takmg advantage of our candy sales In Nlax the tlme came to Gay Aloha Oe to the Class of 32 ln Song of the 1QlC our Jumor Prom In the fall of 32 we returned to the new N P and our added responG1b1l1t1eG as seniors the twents ftfth claGs to graduate and the flret one to graduate III the new audltorxum Thls wear was undoubtedlx the most unforgettable and the buG1est of all We started the xear wlth the C1lI'lQtlI13NC8I'C1 and wrappmg paper sale Before we reallzed lt the tune had come to order name cards and graduatlon announcements then plans were completed for Heawen m Blue our Nenlor Ball It wasnt all work though We couldnt forget our big boss girls hockes 191 game when the bots wore the glrls gxm tun1cG Althouvh the glrls didnt wm thex reallx showed that they knew how to play hockey After all thev dld hare a U0 60 season ln football the boys had a flghtlng season wmmng three and losmg sn: When lt came to noxel ldeas on xarslty captalns the glrls set up a precedent Thev had three captains' ln March our semor plat Dear Ruth was produced QUKLCS fullx on our new Gtage Our hlgh school sears came to a close wlth the junlor Senior Prom and our blg Washington trlp Before lon we were marchmg down the alsle to the Gtralns of "Pomp and ClI'Cl1ITlSl3I'lCC,, and closmg the book on our wonderful hlgh school years at Nether Prox lf1CI1CC X1 J IL. k , 1 . . f' t 1 , I , ' ' W. ' 1 .'f . , ' .1 Y' ' 4 1 1 . . l x 1 . .X '74, . . ag 'z -'-1--s " X- 1 . ,' ' ' 1 . . g . 1 . . ' ' . . '. 1' . c. 1' A. A L i .4 A . 0 j M .x . . Y. f'. as ' '- " 1 :l s .. lx ' ' l '- f xl m i . Y H . Y Q, i V . . 1 ' ' , ' S'1 Q.. 'f ' . .. .. . f ., ' . '-., T " , f':- 5. '- 2 li' V1 . ' l. . ll d A u A q if I A 1 X., a 1. 1 B I- V ,. c , S. 1 , . ' o ' ' S. ' 5 I . ' I as ' Ga - Q G .. - -1 , we lost Carolyn Cassady. Alan Knight. John Highberger. Howard Battin and Peggy M: I . . I .tj .W A . L V . v - . 3 kr - , ' B. B V 5- ' .' '- CL 77 7- ' Ci J 77 A 1 I ' . . , . V . I , 4- . ' 'f ' ' , ' , 7 ' Y 7- ' 7 , Y v . - 4 . ' . . , 1 V. Y V i ' 1 1 .. . D ,, . U 4 . . ' V . v . . 4 X . v . . v I ' it ,, ' v vu if v ' A . . ., , 5 1 -V n . . 1 U V, v I v . Y . M - , . g. . , . V . H FI NSS WIL1 We the 111 of ntnetc e11 hundrc d and 11111 three rc lllllllg that rtn1a1n1ng t1n1e at Nether PIOXIKICIICC IS gromng hort do hertln hequeath 1 1 and a 1gn o t Jreclou 1 e lf 1 t thf future ?lllUI' Tre'1 urer C XRX BXHIOR lee11e h Cla 1100145 to the ,IUIIIOI Cla 5 111one1 Collector IIXNICIE IRXXCIN 111 to11 her 011111111 laugh upo11 ,IUdN Ann E1an 11ho111 5he th111k 11eed a change 1sh1le Bt D WRIGHI' lease 1 eraz1 expre 10115 to Hank HHYXKX JL XNNE CFXTES 11111 her hattered hut 111uch lned 1313110 to next 1ear orche tra plaltlt and Q-XRAH RICE 1ea1e her Slflglflg 31311113 to her 1ter Lorena Doroth1 fal15 helr to her 1 ter JEAN YXILROX S lo1e for 11e1rd n1u 1e 1111116 for a111one 11110 1r1tere5ted 1U jltterbug 111u IC ED HOVINIFRVILLE lea1e all the good h1t tune 'Nlartha Ma on fLC91XC CXRRIP Wll SON N art ah1l1t1 1sh1le RXY NIASSLY he tow 1115 r11eknan1e Je551e upon amone who 1131114 1t IEONARD Cl FI hand 1119 toothplclc oxer to B111 john on lVIr Khne 1 the ree1p1ent of BILI GARDN1 It S Ron on llglll?I' and Che terflelds 1 IX SE11x tlnnk Irene lxam 11111 need luck 111 the hu 1111 ure 21 1 h 1er lot of 1t 1111116 NIIIRLEY 13511114 163105 a bottle of a5p1r1n to mxt 1ear5 1ear1Jook edltor HOXX XRD III YF 111115 1115 Ill 125 to Ed Weathe-r111 for h15 f15h1ng tr1p5 111 Canada to 31110116 who needs a place to bo DON NIINNIIXIL 111115 h15 free pa 5 to Charhe 5 JI DY WIIICHELL hand her 511ord a11d tltle of Sergeant to IVIHTIINII Broun ERIC LXV1 RIENCI 1fa1e all of 111 tr1gprol1le111 to Klan Nlefone 'and lVlar1 L111d5a1 fall 11e1r to ACNE5 LIINIJNEH 5 art a11111t1 I 'I AL BIDDLE glXES h15 IUCICN 13 basketball Jer e1 to 11111 1ar1t1 pla1er LOL XWIN SODE pa e her Stone Harbor escapades on to Patty I'etr1k1n For a 11111n1ng e'1 on next xear EIVINIANEI A HEPFORD 111115 Nancy Re1nolds some hockex goals 'VIAC 5-XPOVITQ 1 forced to lea1e Eleanor Balder5tor1 To Carole FIIZQIIHOIIS LIZ ELLIOTT pa5 e5 o11 her 1er5at1l1t1 and George Iarden ICCCIXCS the Old M111 pre51denc1 from JIIVI BPH SON 'NIKRGIE THOM ha5 111l1ed her clothes sense to Falth Bon all whlle SANDX RIFL 1ea1e her 111mm1ng practlce 191 to Que Trlclcle and Nlahala Cohen YCCCIXF PXT 'VIETZLER S d111ng 1ntere5t5 A JL J 7.. 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SAVI HAY ES bequeaths all hrs worldly goods namely hr hornrrmmed glasse to Carl Boyer Betty Congleton recerye PEGGY TUWIOLOS gone clothes whrle Bob Frlar rs the recrprent of DEL MORGAN S tarlor made pants DON TONGE pa ses Shrrlu s Chrr tnras Eye partrcs on to Wally Frear Although rt breaks hrs heart to part wrth them DAVE SPEINCE rs forced to leave hrs wornout gym shoes to Blade sHIRLEY SLOWIK wants Becky Adamskr to take her bookkeeprng book and Gerry Sweet falls herr to ROXIALD IWART S camera club brll BILL AIVIIVIERIVIAN gryes hrs phvsrque to Jay Bloodsworth but only temporarrly Accordrng to Jrm IVIAR SHALL Brll Lock may haye hrs seat rn senror homeroom and after much con rdera tron DOIN HUMPHREYS has decrded to hand hrs wave the really used to have onel to lVlr Trout Fred Bowers has consented to keep EDEK CARBOLWESKI S duals LYINNE BALDWIN wrlls her socral lryrng arguments to any wrllrng Junlor and the Junror grrls recerre the guardran hrp of EARL BECK S allrgator Albert SHIRL BRADLEY feels that Jerry Andrukonrs rs just the person to rmrtate her gestures whrle BLB proud VU recrprent of BILL COPLEY S trtle Dennrs the Menace complete wrth all rts problems Srnce she thrnks all outstandrng abrlrtres should be kept rn the famrly SYLVIA JOHINSON leayes her abrlrty to drrye Ford to her cousrn Donna Davrd Sheppard gets EARIE DLNHANI S Chevy rf he can drrve rt whrle Rrch Jones rnherrts DICK LAFFERTYS motorcycle After much delrberatron BILL OPDLNAKER decrded that next year s Junror Class veep may have hrs out tandrng Q9 executrve abrlrty To Francrs Plasha MICHAEL CREPACK leaves hrs basketball know how JINI SXLEVIKO grves Drddy Wertzman four years to equal hrs burld Two Sophs are expected to carry on wrth our loves Beverly Barley rs bequeathed MARY ESTHER BENTLEY S love for art and ALICE TAYLOR leaves her Chester Ilrgh affectron for Clarre Van Deusen INORM YOUNG passes on hrs duty dash eloth to anyone who wants rt AINNA MCNEAL leayes her troubles rn Offrce Trarnrng to Irene Bry tzuk JOHN WILLIAYIS wrlls hrs Student Councrl Prexy to some poor unsuspectrng soul whrle FRED CONLEY leaves hrs ways wrth women to Ralph Scott LARRY LAW RENCE leaves hrs flrrtrng knowledge to Abrgarl Campbell and last but not least PETE ROYCE just leaves Presrdenl WUH055 Vzce Preszrlenl W 0? Wrtness Secrelary b4 Treasurer A I I-A -V 1 ' V' t. '. 's ' , s. , . ' , Q 1 u vs - ' 1 N - P 1 . . . . , . 1 - .. s - 'I 1 V - WW e - 1 . 4 . ' S. l A I ' , . , ' ' ' 1 . . A . ' . ' s' - V V : . , . V V ' 7 G5 77 I I -n . . V ' . S . , . V V . . . . . ,Q ,, . Y - BLES KETRICK wills her love of dancing to Jo Sweeney. Robert I. Johnson is the r . . .R . . K V. , if V . . V . V S . n . A I -L. A , V . . .V V . . . . , V . . . V V 'r ' V 9 - 44 Sv V - S ' , s, I' v A 9 . . L ,, . V . - r ' ' ' , , , L . . . V . . V V I f Q 5 I . . I . ' 4 I fe Q. Qs U, YEARBOOK STAFF Editor-in-Chief 7,,,77,,,,7,,,,,7, ,, , , , , ,, Shirley Park ,Larry Lawrence Judy Mitchell ,, ,,,, , Jeanne Gates , v.,, Edek Garbolewski , ,,ee.,A,,,,, Sylvia Johnson ,, , Y, Emmaneta Hepford Eric Lawrence Margie Thom t,,,Cliff Sickler Business Manager ,,,,, Art Editor ,, E 7 Activities Editor , , ,. Administration Editor Classes Editor , ,,t,,, , Sports Editors , . Feature Editor, Photographers , ,, ,,Yt,t , ,,ttt ,loan Selk Secretary .,t,,,ttt ' ,.,,t,, Marjorie L. Hughes Adviser ,.,.,,..,,., Above are the names of some of the students who have worked so hard and cooperatively from the beginning of this year to bring to you the 1953 Non Pareil. We have carried out the theme of Through the Years to represent the history of our class and hope that in future years our book will bring back memories of your high school career. I wish to thank the entire faculty and especially Miss Hughes for their assistance in making the 1953 Non Pareil a success. Sincerely yours, SHIRLEY PARK 639 52 It fn " OFFICERS President James Bryson Vice Preszkient George ,larden Secretary Glendora Johnson Treasurer Judy Perrine Adviser Mrs. Laird . THE QLD M MQ JUWWQ WQMK The Junior Folk of The Old Mill in Rose Valley is set up for the purpose of a general get together on alter- nating Sunday afternoons. The most important activities of the Folk are the four dances it sponsors. Three of these are semi-formal: The Labor Day Dance, The Christmas Holiday Dance, and The Graduation Dance. The Halloween Dance is usually an old clothes dance. glue mcse Cpailey gunior invites you fo line nnual flllqristmas ulihag Pants QlccemLer QQ, 1952 CHITIU-'lf Lv 9,00 fo 12500 'glue Qipioniuisll dlmi gonna! -S2 00 per 670-P12 O70 gl.. 01.1 Oflmll in C9Qose Giulia, . 'Tl' 6 l Nl 'Numa 4 I 4 4, ... ..,1l ' I A. In lmlfluiu 14 If- lgwk i ,m. l.. llunlmm 6, X- llifp -A, 4 7' -'- W""'f'H fx. v. NL-Ulf-r 9- I . r Q H+' K ' i It A QS' i . M 50 I ,PH 4 CQ v rv 'K A uv ' Q '. fr ' a fi 9 .Ni 'Q Q, , Z . 'If ' ", -., .1 'ga f 'f , '. . , . , sv., . Q i A- ,.J. Q 1. . . AJ ' "4 Q A A . ' , T ,A ' u 3 A. 4 afmx qlAQ-f I CLASS PROPHEC Y WIIIIHIUS Named DIICCIOI Today Sun Slnp Bulldlng and Dry Dock Company announced the promotxon of MR JOHN R WIL LIA,MS to personnel dlrector Mr WlIII3mS has been wlth the company for twenty years In hrs new po 1t1on he WlII1'CI8lH hrs secretary MISS JEANI WILROI STUDY MADE ON INSURANCE SALES MR MORRIS SAPOVITS prosperous IHHUFHHCC salesman and hxs accountant MISS SHIRLFY PARK are makmg an mterestmg studs of tlus vear s mcrea e ln Insurance sales Thls report wlll be pubh hed w1th1n the next month GEORGE SCHOOL MISS MARJORIE THOM has accepted he posltlon of Guldance Counselor at George School Newtown Pennsylvanla where prevlously she had been teachmg Engllsh Mlss Thom recelved her B A degree from Wellesley College and her Masters Degree from the Unlverslty of Pennsylvanla Delaware T11ts wlth Mlaml BILL AMMERMAN former Nether Provxdence grldlron ace played an outstandlng game ln the annual Homecomlng t1lt between the Unlverslty of Delaware and the Umverslty of Mlaml held t Delaware s stadlum today Thls weekend was extremely crowded wlth festrvltles for all Delaware ltes JUAINITA BUBBLES KET RICK captaln of the cheerleaders w1ll be crowned Homecommg Queen at the annual ball to be held tomght PLANS COMPLETED FOR NEW 'COPTER After flve years of experlmentatlon MR EARL BECK head designer for Plaseckl Hellcopter Corpora tlon has completed the plans for the new hellcopter whlch wlll hold a crew of seventy fxve Thls model IS expected to be produced before 1964 Psychologlst Speaks MISS ENIMANETA HEPFORD emlnent p wchol oglst was guest speaker last nlght before a group of psychology majors at the LHIVCFSIIY of Pennsyl vama MISS Hepford has just returned from Herpzy where she completed some advanced work experlmental psychology Chlld Saved by Dellcate Operatlon Ronnle Moore Jr on of Mr Robert Moore and Mrs Anna Moore the former ANNA MCNIEAL of Knoxvllle Tenne see was saved by a dellcate bra1n operat1on today Ronnle suffered from a bram con Recently a blood clot lodged above hrs bra1n and doctor satd that only through mlracle surgery could he be awed DR ERIC LAWRENCE well known bra1n surgeon performed the operatlon wlth the asslst ance of nurse SY LVIA JOHNSON N P WELCOMES NEW TEACHERS Many new faces have been added to N P s dmlnlstratlve staff thls year MISS ELIZABETH ELLIOTT heads the glrls physlcal educatlon depart ment whtle MR DONALD HUMPHREYS IS the new dlrector for boys physlcal educatlon ASSl5IlI'lg Mr John Sepella 1n the muslc department IS MISS JEANNE GATES a recent graduate of West Chester State Teachers College MISS LYNNF BALDWIN and MISS PATRICIA METZLER have been added to the grade schools staff replacmg MISS JUDY MITCHELL and MISS ALEXANDER RIFE who have exchanged thelr careers for marrled llfe Packard Agency Opens MR EARLE DUNHAM local Packard dealer has just opened a new ultra modern Packard Agency on Baltimore Plke ln Medla Mr Dunham former Nether Provxdence Hlgh School student has been wlth the agency for SIX years J 4 O I T 0 Q , . I . - , . ' . V V .k L rs.. ,. .H ,J ' . , I I . in v -X U . l . rv I I .P ! . 0 ' ' ' .' I' " 's A A I A Lvir A L I ' . I . S F 1.1 . ' ' cussion when fell from his high chair last month. A A - t . IS ' ' ' . : ' . . . . in 7 Y - 'A I . n 1 5 , l . . . . . I . . . a v I , . . I v H . N . . - , . . t 7 . l 7 . J S ' 7 7 A ' 7 . . . . . , . . , J 1 . LABOR PROBLEVIS OF US STEEL CORPORATION Today NIR SANILFI I HAYES Second Vice Pre ldent of L S Steel Corporation revealed walua ble information concernlng the Corporat on recent labor problem NIr Hayes vwellltnown lawyer and graduate f Swarthmore College and the Unner rtv of Penn xl wanna 1 a former re ldent of Vialltngford and a tudent at lNether Provldence Hugh School Copley Hlgll Scorer 111 Illld West BII L COPI FY Nhclngan States top corer copped the NI1d We ts fur t place scormg honors after making elghteen polnt ln Saturday game wlth the Unner tty of W1 con ln Bull who I a Junior at 'Nflchlgan was wears 'Vlanv old high chool friends Vl lted wtth htm after the game among them were BUDDY WRIGHT DEL MORL AN BII L C ARDINER RONALD EWART and DICK I XFFERTY Tow nslup News Statloned ln Hawfm On returmng from duty tn Hawan MISS 'VIARY ESTHER BENTLEY Wave met MISS SHIRLEY SLOWIK a fellow Wave and classmate Both women have a fourteen day leave from their respectne base MAKES PRO RAIN KS It ha just been reported that ALBERT BIDDLE has accepted the offer to enter the prm rank mf tennis Mr Biddle formerly of Wallingford has been gomg through a rlgld tralnlng course ln Lo Angele Cahfornxa GREEN ACRES COMPLETED The frrm of NIASSEY 8. NIARSHALI IINC ha just completed the construction of Green Acres ln Glen Rlddle These three bedroom houses are now for sale Bryson at Scott Paper After a four year stunt ln the U S Navv NIR JANIES BRYSON of Wallingford has been promoted to the admlnl tratlwe department of the Scott Paper Corporatlon Three of hl cla s mate NIR JOE CUFF NIR DON ALD TONCE and 'NIR .IANIES SYI ENIKO are also employed by the fxrm EDEK CARBOLEWSKI and NORNIAN YOLNC- former IN P student are pendmg Chrttma vaca tlon wlth their famlhes Both boys are junlors at the Umverstty of Pennsvlsama where they are majorlng 1n englneerlng On returnlng from a top over m South Amerlca NIISS JOAN SEIK ho te s for TW A -'tlrllne met NIR JANIES LAWREINCE a former cla mate who IS completing a research chemt try project for the DuPont Company HOME ON LEAVE PFCs BILL OPDFN AKER and DMID seexcti are home on leave after spendm fourteen month ln Provxdence student ns tatxoned on the LSS NI1 ourl 'NIICHAEL CREPACK and FRED CONLEY who are statloned on the same ub hate jut returned home for etghteen days whlle EDW ARD SONIFRN ILLE and PETER ROYCE have been honorably dt charged from the Arr Force Worklnff ln Local Stores ACINES LINDSAY CARRIE WILSON and SARAH RICE all 1953 graduates from Nether Proudence High School have been emploxed ln thls NICIIIIIX Agnes and Carrle have been working 1n Rodger department store ln Che ter whnle Sarah 1 a ale glrl at Speares Employed Locally 'Vlany W P graduates are being employed tn thx vlclnlty 'NIISS PEGGY TUNIOLO IS worklng as a stenographer and NIISS SHIRLEY BRADLEY a a secretary for PIBSCCIU Hehcopter Corporatlon After completrng some advanced tuds at Providence Bible In tttute MISS JANICE FRAINCIS rs being employed at Sun O11 as a private secretars 'SIR CARY BAY LOR IS employed as a bookkeeper for the ame ct m panv At American Insurance Corporatlon NIISS ALICE TAYLOR rs a stenographer and twpxst Former N P student LOUANN SODE 1 nom worklng as a fashton designer for John Wanamaker store ln Phlladelphla 1 . . ' . 's s . . . . I , . . r I ' - - -- ' v . . s. s s s - I . 1' ' -' ' o ' D' ' " c. ' ' s ' ' ' . . s - , . ., 7 - I I I . s s' I , s. J I . . Y , SS ' . . I . K . g . .I. " I S ' I I I T. I A I I. S , . 'Q I I I . I - s J s - , x Us s' . ' . ' 's ' ' I " ' I ' . , . - U Q - . . . . L- V - also an outstanding player during hrs hlgh school the South pacific HOw'AARD HUFF furmel. 'yether Iv A . I ' S ' x 'S' -' ' . N u S 4 . 4 y l .' 1 Y ' ' I ' ' . LI t'. I QI 1' . .' I ' S A v ' , . , ' 's r . ' N. Q vc U a n I- 1 I I I ' 1. , A I I . V . .I I V I V . I B - 1 - . - 1 Y 9 ' ' . I . Y 'v . . S li ' ' ' c s. , . . . ' s I ' s s s T ' , s ' I ' 1 a . . . - - , - I I . . 1 s . i . . . 'I N . S S. . A A ' M . s ' A I ,' . . s . I . . . I ' v 5 -, . , . , I I . 's ' S l .i--v -L. ..,1- .1-A P .,-- i .- 1 ..- L Z' ., 'T LINES MOTOR MEDIA PA MEDIA 6 O24 AROUND DELAWARE COUNTY 11' ns doubly pleasanf +o shop for furmfure where +he selechon I5 more fhan adequafe and where you are served wlfh mshnc hve undersfandmg of your personal requlremenrs Delaware Counfys Fmesf Furnurure Sfore S'l'a'l'e and Oh e Sis Moda P num ihne lfurm ur? 152 If Its Rexall Its lht .IEFFERIS DRUGS Drugs Suck Room Suppl nes Prescrlptuons Tollet Artucles Vltamms 4 W State St Meclla 6-0l60 BREWSTER 8. sl-HELDS gin cme, 26070 FLORISTS ,A BENNETT S AQUARIUM 5,3 421 vf,'l1n-4' S' 'S-1 u I R'g I O 474,704 1, 1 use 5 14' 2 - "V-gary: JA 5 I K F"'Q-5? il ,- E ,P Q 'gms Q , Q ff f . . WQI x Tropical Fish ' " ' " ' N ,a f ' 0 554, I Mx -'X l . . I ' X . 0 ' I - . . I I ormer o and r F Idman MEClIa 602I8 State at Radnor Sl' Aquanums Exotuc Plants Supplies M Media Pa 'sv td FLOWERS OF QUALITY 904 EAST NINTH STREET IX A C Brewster Thomas P Shields CHESTER PA Proprietors IIM Illl IISTEII agam 0 :curl l7lwtog1-aplnel-A for tice f95.2 Won Pal-eil F O R B E T T E R The expenence of TWO GENERA Y E A R B 0 0 K S TIONS of PHOTOGRAPHERS IS offered to Edrtor and Class Advisor wrth a servrce Wh1Ch 1ncludes not only mak 1ng Portrcuts Groups and Candrd F O R B E T T E R Photographs but also suggestmg rdeas PHOTOGRAPHS tor addmg rnterest to the Yearbook IIMEIIII IISTEII 1705 Chestnut Street Ph1ladelph1a Pa F ly H11 e 6 e IRIVTN QTfRN DaIIy Includmg Sunday 8 A M fo 6 PM Frlday Evemn s fo 9 PM TI-IE PASTRY MART WALTER J DAL MEDO 'X Iszvm ST RN Propnefor ME 6 3097 MedIa THE SHOE SPOT The Spoi' For Fme Foofwear M, Sl Experfly FI'I'I'ed 8,4506 om zoa w STATE ST MEDIA c""""" Medla 6 I855 ROBERT S I COMPLIMENTS JEWELERS Is SILVERSMITHS w rf A W Mgrfon STERLING SILVER a FINE WATCHES ME.: boom W f S7 f FLOWERS MEDIA FLORIST 25 E S+aI'e SI' Mecha P Medm P Jos D GIUIIBUO MEdIa 6 I635 COMPLIMENTS OF FRANKS BARBER SHOP Mecha 6 I924 Res MedIa 62594 MEDIA REAL ESTATE CO S"'c'a"S Gas Siam" ALTERATIONS and REPAIRS w NINTH ST CHESTER PA MORRIS LEVENSTEIN Walfer M SI'rIne II3 SOUTII Avenue WALTER M KOHL Successo, To WALLINGFORD GARAGE KEPNER JEWELRY CO. 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