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

 - Class of 1955

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THE CLASS OF 1955 Presents 74a Wm 77maZ NhPd HhSh1 W11fdP 1 v-F-3ru,y-Y- u -nlmqk-Wg T-.F---33Lvg',?1u'sa-u I ,s '- - , 1 .25 ,F Ag --1 2. . aig . . , ,V W . h 1 . '- ,, V ,1. 'P' . ' L 4 1 x ' 1 J!! 1 ,, U . , . ' v X . ,L ,,f,. , , . , , , L 'Q QS .I Snr" 12 .1 ,x X. Y l A " ' -:'1,. A Q., . -7.1 H ,j 1 4 I , , ,gf -wh A., , 3 , , ,IA . , fizfviv-w 'L -- Hu" ' if za f '41 FREDERICK L. HOUCK E. RUSSELL MECONEGAL B.S. and M.S. in Ed.g Science Depart- A.B.g Science Department: Activities mentg Activities: Faculty Manager Of Junior High Basketball, Aeronautics Club Athletics, Assistant Baseball Coach. Senior Class Sponsor. We of the Senior Class wish to express our sincere regard and esteem to these two individuals. For their patient guidance and thorough understanding of our numerous individual and class problems we will be forever grateful. Therefore, in appreciation, we dedicate the nineteen hundred and fifty- five Non Pareil to Mr. Frederick L. Houck and Mr. E. 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Advisor: MISS MARJORIE HUGHES ' ' Staff First row: Ether, Photography and Clubsg Williams, Featuresg Crystle, Editor-in- Chiefg van Deusen, Memberg Bogart, Ath- letics. Second row: Ward, Classesg Buf- fett, Memberg Wakefield, Art. Absent from picture: Wyman, Faculty. HOWARD A. WENTZ Supervising Principal B.S., Lebanon Valley College MS. in Ed., Temple University I hope that you remember as you mature that your thoughts will dictate the kind of life you will lead. A man will find that as he alters his thoughts towards other people and things, they in turn will alter towards him. Howard A. Wentz FRANK A. MADER High School Principal A.B., Dickinson College M.S. in Ed., University of Pennsylvania Each of you is about to begin another chapter of your life. You know whether or not you have made the most of your educational opportunities for the goals you have set for yourselves. Even if you have not, it is still not too late to make amends. We believe in youg we think you have those qualities which will help you to become successful in your work and good citizens in your community. Frank A. Maller ALATHEIA E. REESE Guidance Counselor B.S. in Ed., Mansfield S.T.C. Guidance Counselor's Certificate, Temple University Each member of the Class of 1955 will leave a bit of his personality behind when he departs -and he will carry a bit of the personality of Nether Providence with him throughout his life. The Class has seen many changes take place at Nether Providence, and you, the Class of 1955, have left your mark on the school. To each graduate I wish a life of service, of success, and of happines. Alatlieia E. Reese RICHARD H. BLEWETT B.S. in Art Ed., M.S. in Art Ed.: Art Dept.: Activi- ties: Auto Mech. and Adv. Auto Mech. Clubs, Junior High Football. ANNE COLLINS A.B. in Art: Art Dept. CHESTER V. HAUPT B.S. in Ed.: Physical Edu cation Dept.: Activities Director of Athletics. Tum bling Club. STANLEY A. BOORSE B.S.g English Dept.: Activ- ities: Dramatic Club. Sen ior Play Director. Sopho more Class Advisor. JOSEPH M. DORSANEO, JR. B.S. in Ed.: Science Dept.: Activities: Junior H i g h Football, Came Club. As- sistant Basketball Coach. MABEL O. HECKLER B.S. and M.S. in Ed.: Bus- iness Ed.g Activities: Di- rector of Student Organiza- tion Finances. EDWARD CARCAISE B.A. in Ed.: Foreign Lan- guage Dept.g Activities Junior Class Advisor. JOHN E. ECHTERNACH B.S. and M.S. in Ed.: Eng- lish Dept.: Activities: Rec- reation Program Director. Sports Club. Intramural Football. KAYE HERBERT A.B.: Mathematics Dept.: Activities: Senior H i g li Sketch Club. JOSEPH J. CHESNEY B.S. in Ed.: Mathematics Dept.: Activities: Basket- ball Coach. Came Club. I O CATHERINE L. GRAY B.S. in Ed.: Social Studies Dept. MARJORIE L. HUGHES A.B. in Ed.: Mathematics D e pt.: Activities: Year- book. Junior Class Advisor LIONEL H. JACKSON B.S. and M.S. in Ed.: Eng- lish Dept.: Activities: Jun- ior Class Advisor. 2' .lr MAE C. LAW B.S. and M.S. in Ed.: Bus- iness Ed. Dept.: Activities: Photography Club. Faculty Manager of Girls' Ath- letics. ROBERT P. MOSTON B.S.g Mathematics and Science Depts. LAURA R. .IUNKINS A. B. and M.A.g Foreign Language Dept.: Activ- ities: Publicity Club, Na- tional Honor Society, Senior Class Advisor. EDITH L. LEONARD A.B. and M.A.g English Dept. EDWARD .I. NARCUM B.S. in Ed.: Social Studies Dept.: Activities: Varsity Football Coach. Boys' Var- sity Club. Sophomore Class Advisor. ROSEMARY KENNEDY R.N.g School Nurse. DOROTHY J. MACKENZIE B.S.: Head Dietitian. M. CELINE PHILLIPS B.S. and M.S. in Ed.: So cial Studies: Foreign Lan guage Dept.: Activities Junior High Student Coun cil. l GILBERT L. KLINE B.S. and M.S. in Ed.: So- cial Studies Dept.g Activi- ties: Scott Hi Q, Senior High Student Council, Jun- ior High Baseball, Senior Class Advisor. ,Vg HARRY J. MILLER B.A. in Ed.: Social Studies Dept.: Activities: Assistant Football Coach, Baseball Coach. SYLVIA L. SEIDEL B.S. in Ed.: English Dept., Activities: Debating Club. JOHN M. SEPELLA B.S. in Music Ed.: Ed. M.: Music Dept.: Activi- ties: Band. Orchestra. Chairman of Senior As- semblies. MARJORY D. VOLK B.S. in Music Ed.: Music Dept.: Activities: Junior and Senior Chorus. Boys' Chorus. WILLIAM J. WILKINSON B.S. in Ed.: Industrial Arts Dept.: Activities: Girls' Craft Club. Survey- ing Club. FRANCES SHOPE B.S.: Physical Education and Social Studies Depts.g Activities: Coach of Girls' Sports, Girls' Varsity Club. MYRTLE WANDLESS B.S. in Ed.: M.A.: Home Economics Dept. MILDRED C. WILLIAMS B.S. in Ed.: Mathematics Dept.: Activities: Junior High Service Club. FRANCIS H. SPICKLER B.S. in Ed.: Industrial Arts Dept.: Activities: Ra- dio Club. Practical Science Club. NANCY WARD B.S.: Physical Education Dept.: Activities: Coach of Girls' Sports. Girls' Varsity Club, Dance Club. ROBERT WRIGHT. JR. B.S. in Ed.: English Dept.: Activities: Assistant Junior High Basketball and Base- ball Coach. LLOYD G. TROUT B.S. in Ed.: Social Stu- dies Dept.: Activities: As- sistant Football C o a c h. Riding Clubf Junior High Basketball. OLIVIA WHITE B.S. in Ed.: B.S. in L.S.g Librarian: Activities: Li- brary Club. dgffze Staff Left to right: Margaret McDougal, Secre- tary to Miss Reese, Ann Friedkin, Secre- tary to Miss Logan, Florence A. Burtis, Clerk, Nancy V. Logan, Secretary of School Board, Waltsie D. Bishop, Secre- tary to Mr. Wentzg Alice M. Wenger, Secretary to Mr. Mader. . Left to right: Bertha Fischer, Sarah Bag- ley, Sarah Grover, Grace Croall, Dorothy Bagley, Katherine Markley. I First row: Sam McGrogan, LeCroy Mc- Nulty, Head Custodian, Anna Hall. Sec- ond row: Frank Cooper, Joshua T. Rhyanes, Allen N. Wright, James C. Winters. FRANCIS JUDSON LAIRD, III HERBERT M. CRYSTLE, JR. President Vice President Junior High Student Council lg Captain Junior Junior High Student Council lg Football 1, JV High Football 1, JV 2, Varsity 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, Varsity 4g Basketball 1, JV 2. 3. VHFSUY 41 1, JV 3, Debating Club 2g Wrestling Club 2g Student Council 2g Class Vice President 3, 45 Student Council 25 Class President 2, 3, 43 Yearbook Editor 43 Varsity Club 4. President, Effective Speech Club 33 Varsity Club 4g Senior Play 4. PATRICIA ANN BUFFETTI ROSE ANN STIVITTS Secretary Treasurer Junior High Student Council lg General Science Sewing Club lg Publicity Club 2, 33 Library Club 13 JV Basketball l. 23 JV Hockey 1, 2, Club 33 Senior Service Club 3, Treasurer, N.P. Tumbling Club 2g Bridge Club 2, 3, Class Secre- Charities 3, Student Council 4g Class Treasurer tary 3, 43 Yearbook 4. 4? Y63Tb00k 4- REBECCA JANE ADAMSKI Riding Club lg Junior Chorus lg JV Basketball 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3g Softball 1, 2, 3, 4g Photography Club 2, Senior Chorus 2, 4, Secretary 3, Student-Faculty Committee 3, Var- sity Club 3, 43 Senior Play 4. DAVID H. ALLEN Junior High Editor, Bark 1, Vice Presi- dent Junior High Student Council 13 Football 1, JV 2, Varsity 3, 4, Basket- ball 1, JV 2, Varsity 3, 43 Student Council 2, Vice President 3, President 45 Sports Editor, Bark 3, Varsity Club 4g Boys' Chorus 45 Senior Play 4. GERALDINE ROSE ANDRUKONIS Cheerleading Club lg Softball 1, JV Basketball 1, 2, 49 Publicity Club 23 Future Nurses' Club 4. BEVERLY JANE BAILEY Girls' Craft Club 1, Photography Club 23 Library Club 3, Senior Chorus 3, 4g Future Nurses' Club 4g Press Club 4, Senior Play 4. GEORGE MITCHELL ANDERSON Football lg Radio Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Boys' Chorus 43 Senior Chorus 2, 3, 4 Senior Play 4. 1 ' 14,3 fclig' e ,, nd H .... L...,..Q, cf5'e5 . S Y -1 9 :A L l l JAMES BAKER ROBERT THEODORE BECHTOLD Game Club lg Baseball lg Football 1, Publicity Club lg Dance Band 2, Band ,IV 2, Varsity 3, 4, Auto Mechanics 1, 2, 3, 4. Club 2, Advanced Auto Mechanics Club 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4. WILLIAM V. BOOART FREDERICK MENOLE BOWERS, II JANE EVANS BOWERS Game Club 19 Class P1'CSidCHt 13 Foot- Junior High Student Council 13 Foot- Junior Chorus lg Riding Club 1, Presi- ball 19 Basketball 1, JV 2, VarSily 33 ball 1, Varsity 2, 33 Varsity Club 2, 3, dent 2, Hockey 1, JV 2, 3, Varsity 4, Baseball 1, Varsity 3, Practical Science President 45 Student Council 3, 4. JV Basketball 2, Varsity 3, 43 Varsity Club 23 Aeronautics Club 35 William Club 3, 4-3 Senior Play 4, Grubb Award 3g Varsity Club 3, 43 Senior Play 4g Yearbook 4. CARL BOYER, III Press Club 1, 2, Auto Mechanics' Club 2, Football Manager 2, Aeronautics Club 3, Senior Chorus 3, 4, Scott's Hi-Q 4, Senior Play 4. MARILYN ELLIOTT BROWN Cheerleading Club 1, Basketball 1, Riding Club 1, 2, JV Cheerleader 1, 2, Captain 3, Senior Service Club 2, 3, Color Guard 2, Sergeant-at-Arms 3, 4, President, Library Club 3, Bark 3, County Band 3, Senior Chorus 3, 4, Photography Club 4, Senior Play 4, Secretary, Student Council 4. MARY CARTER NANCY LOUISA CLEMENT Chichester H.S. Senior Chorus 1, 2, 3: Junior Chorus 1, Press Club 1, 2, Dra- Home Economics Club 3, Nether Provi- matics Club 1, 2, Tumbling Club 2, dence H. S.-Photography Club 4, Senior Chorus 2, 3, 4, Bridge Club President, Future Nurses' Club 4, Sen- 2, 3, Publicity Club 4. ior Play 4. DIETRICH W. BRUNNER Riding Club 1, Basketball Manager 1, Practical Science Club 2, Student Council 2, Varsity Baseball Manager 2, Varsity Football Manager 2, Debat- ing 2, 3, Harvard Award 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Administrative Manager of Athletics 3, 4, Boys' Chorus 4, Senior Play 4. Eli ' EE -1 F L l all ,...,.,.a...t1 , 'f H 210:55 N 3 pin EE 4 I ,il A A um An LOUIS MARINO Coccl Football 1, Varsity 2, 3, Captain 4g Student Council 33 President, Radio Club 23 Varsity Club 2, 3, 43 Auto Mechanics Club 33 Varsity Baseball 33 Advanced- Auto Mechanics Club 4. MAX COHEN, II Sports Club 13 Basketball 1, JV 2, 33 Football 1, JV 33 Debating Club 23 Auto Mechanics Club 23 Advanced Auto Mechanics Club 3g President, Aeronautics Club 3, 4. CAROL ANN COMPTON Junior Chorus 13 Press Club lg Effecf tive Speech Club 1, 2, 33 Debating Club 23 Senior Chorus 2, 33 Orchestra 3, 43 Library Club 43 Future Nurses' Club 43 Senior Play 4. GAY COSKERY Riding Club lg General Science Club 13 JV Hockey 1, 2, Varsity 3, 43 JV Basketball 1, 23 Tumbling Club 23 Bridge Club 2, 3g Effective Speech Club 33 Varsity Club 3, 43 Senior Play 4. JOHN COSLETT Dance Band 23 Band 2, 3, 4g Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Senior Play 4. RICHARD LLOYD COWLING RAYMOND A. CROWLEY Baseball 1: JV 2, 3g Band 1, 2, 3, 49 Malvern H. S.-Track 1, 2. Orchestra 3g Senior Play 4. GARY LEWIS DAUBERMAN SHIRLEY ANN DELPAZ Football 1, JV 23 Basketball 1, Varsity Junior Chorus 13 Dramatics Club 1, 25 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1. JV 25 Class Treas- Publicity Club 1, 25 Senior Chorus urer 23 Treasurer, Student Council 3g 2. 3. 43 Library Club 4- Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. MARY ANN DALY President, Junior Chorus lg Suburban Chorus 23 Costume Design Club 23 Hockey 23 Dramatics Club 2, President 3g Girls' Sextet 1. 2, 3. 4g Press Club 1, 2, 3, Feature Editor 4, Senior Chorus 2, 3, 43 Debating Club 3g Student- Faculty Committee 33 Student Coun- cil 45 Senior Play 4. - Frm E -f -" i- Q l l fc?T"e5 bl ,JIDE Q pin Nut T.. if DENNIS T. DUTTON Craft Club lg Basketball Manager 1. ,IV Basketball 25 Football 1, .IV 3, Varsity 4g Radio Club 2g Auto Me- chanics Club 3g Science Research Club 43 Varsity Club 4. GEORGE C. EALER, JR. Craft Club 13 Junior High Student Council 14 Band 1, 23 Basketball 1. JV 2, 3, Varsity Captain 4g Baseball 1, JV 2, Varsity 3, 43 Orchestra 24 Auto Mechanics Club 3g Boys' Chorus 43 Science Research Club 4g Varsity Club 4g Senior Play 4. BARBARA HELEN ETHER Crystal Lake H. S.-All-School Play lg Chorus lg National Thespians 2g Cirls' Athletic Association 2g Nether Provi- dence H. S.-Bridge Club 2g Effective Speech Club 2g Senior Chorus 2, 43 Student Council 35 Yearbook 4g Debat- ing Club 4g County Chorus 49 Senior Play 4. MARY ELIZABETH FELLoWs .S .,., 1 rxkjgf, xii' ROBERT Fo LEY Craft Club lg JV Hockey 1, 2g Tumb- Baseball lg Bridge Club 23 Tumbling ling Club 2g Costume Design Club 2g Club 2, 3? SPOTIS Club 2, 3, 4- Bridge Club 3, 43 Square Dance Club 4g Varsity Basketball Manager 4. WALTER F. F REAR Dance Band 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Orchestra 1, 2, 39 Senior Chorus 4. EDWARD E. GARDNER Game Club 1, Varsity Football Statis- tician lg Varsity Baseball Manager 2 Press Club 2g Business Manager 3, Senior Chorus 2, 3, 4, Bridge Club 3g Varsity Club 3, 43 Student Council 4g Scorfs Hi-Q 4. RICHARD D. GOMAN ALBERT FRANKLIN HARRINGTON Came Club lg Craft Club 1g Basket- Craft Club 13 Football 1, JV 2, Bridge ball 1, ,IV 2, Varsity 3, 43 Baseball 1, Club 2, Auto Mechanics Club 23 Effec- JV 2, Varsity 3, 4, Class Vice President tive Speech Club 3, Surveying Club 4. 23 Vice President, Bridge Club 23 Student Council 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4g Varsity Football 4. SALLY CATHERINE CoLDsMITI-I Needlework Club lg Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, Costume Design Club 2g Debating Team 2, 3, 4, Library Aide 2, 3, 43 Library Club 3, Scott's Hi-Q 3, 4: Senior Play 45 Yearbook 4. 1 Q 515' Q ,, nd 2 A - n"N IA A 1,t,x - H .E Ulfflbgts pi Eg -f 5' an pu ELEANOR LYNNE HARRIS Photography Club 13 Publicity Club 2, 4, Yearbook 45 Senior Play 4. MERRY HAYES Press Club 1, 2 5 Orchestra 1, Concert Master 2, 3, 4, District Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Tumbling Club 2, Hockey ,IV 2, 3, Varsity 43 Vice President, Effec- tive Speech Club 3g State Orchestra 3, 45 Dramatics Club 3, ,IV Basketball 3, Business Manager, Yearbook 4g Sen- ior Play 4. BARBARA HEULINGS Junior Chorus lg Press Club 1, 2, Girls' Sextet 1, 2, 3, 43 Dramatics Club 25 Costume Design Club 2, Suburban Chorus 2, Tumbling Club 2g Senior Chorus 2, 3, 4, Bridge Club 33 Library Club 3, Secretary 45 Student Council 33 Secretary, Debating Club 4, Sen- ior Play 4. RUTH V. HOLLOWAY Bridge Club 2, Senior Chorus 2, 39 Publicity Club 3, 45 Future Nurses' Club 4g Sketch Club 4. GERALD FRANCIS HORNA Craft Club 15 Came Club 1, Sports Club 2, Bridge Club 2, 3, 45 President, Effective Speech Club 3g JV Baseball 35 JV Football 3, Varsity 45 Yearbook 4g Surveying Club 49 Varsity Club 4. Treasurer Sports Club 2g JV Football 2, Varsity 4g JV Baseball 2, Varsity 3, 43 Advanced Auto Mechanics Club 3, 4. ALLAN PAUL HUDSON DAVID G- IVES FAIHMAN R' JAYNE Auto Mechanics Club 2, Secretary- Band 1, 2, 3- 49 Ph0f0g1'aPhY Club 24 Sports Club 2' 35 Surveying Club 4 Crchestra 3, 4. Senior Play 4- MARGARE1' STERRETT JENKINS Press Club 1, 23 Hockey 1, JV 2, 3, Varsity 4g Basketball 1, JV 2, Varsity 4, Student Council 2g Bridge Club 3g Alternate Colorguard 3: Senior Chorus 45 County Chorus 43 Varsity Club 4g Senior Play 4. DONNA MARTHA JOHNSON Library Club 15 Publicity Club 2g JV Cheerleader 25 Senior Chorus 3, Soft- ball 3g Yearbook 3, Press Club 43 Treasurer, N. P. Charities 4, Senior Play 4. He .A L all I-1.5?J1l'5: H , p0 Nt: 4 H QE, if 915' Q 5 FW ENS? 'L fl .5 V GLENDORA JOHNSON Cheerleading Club lg Junior Chorus lg JV Basketball 15 JV Cheerleader 1, Varsity 2, 3, Captain 4g Girls' Sextet 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, Effective Speech Club 2, Vice President 33 Debating Club 2, Secretary 33 Senior Chorus 2, 3, 4, Hockey Manager 4, Varsity Club 43 Future Nurses' Club 45 Senior Play 4. STANFORD W. JOHNSON Sketch Club 1. RICHARD W. JONES Football 1, JV 2, Varsity 3, 43 Basket- ball l, JV 2g Projection Club 2, Auto Mechanics Club 3, 4. OLIVE RAE JUSTISON Sketch Club lg Librarian, Junior Chorus 1, Dramatics Club 1, 2g Girls' Sextet 1, 2, 3, 4g Debating 2, Costume Design Club 2g Suburban Chorus 29 Scott's Hi-Q 2, 3, 4, Senior Chorus 2, 3, 45 Student Council 3g Aeronautics Club 3, Secretary 4g Library Club 3, 4, Senior Play 4. JANET LORRAINE KELLEY Cheerleading Club 13 Sketch Club 1g Junior Chorus lg Dramatics Club 1, 2, Costume Design Club 25 Debating Club 2g Library Club 3, 4, Aeronautics Club 3. 43 Senior Chorus 3, 4g Senior Play 4, Bark 4. - xg? ,Ulm ..,,.g: IIE ll is It t its . Q my . mi, 5 GEORGE HAMANN KOHLWEILER PHILIP FRANKLIN LAws GLADYS R. LINCK Bala Cynwyd J.H.S.-Christmas Play 13 Sports Club lg Radio Club 2g Bridge Press Club lg Hockey lg Costume De Soccer lg Nether Providence H. S- Club 2g JV Basketball 2g Auto Me- sign Club 2g Bridge Club 35 Publicity Debating Club 2g ,IV Basketball 2. 3g chanics Club 3g Advanced Auto Me- Club 33 Sketch Club 4. Yearbook 4. chanics Club 4g ,IV Football 4. JOHN MATTHIAS Sports Club l. 2, 3g Auto Mechanics Club 4g Surveying Club 4. G. RICHARD MCCLELLAN Ridley Park H. S.-Football lg Basket- ball lg Varsity Baseball lg Nether Providence High Schoolf,lV Baseball 2g Varsity 3, Captain 45 ,IV Basketball 2, 3, Varsity 44 Projection Club 2g Wrestling Club 23 Aeronautics Club 3g Varsity Club 4g JV Football 3. Varsity 4-g Senior Chorus 43 Boys' Chorus 4. Q...n..-.J I-153755 A L ni K E Eg 3 J 'if in Alb elf' e . 504 ENE? -1 ii -A A his Au RoBERT MERVINE Game Club 15 Football 1, JV 2, Varsity 3, 43 Sports Club 2g Auto Mechanics Club 3, 45 Varsity Club 3, 4. EDITH ALICIA MORTON Junior High Student Council lg Hockey 1, 2g Press Club 1, 33 Costume Design Club 2g Dramatics Club 2, 33 Debating Club 2, 3, 4, Library Aide 2 ,3, 43 Bark 2, News Editor 4g JV Basketball 3, Senior Chorus 3, 4, Library Club 45 Senior Play 4. ALBERT S. Mowmw, JR. JOHN BRYCE OLsoN MICHAEL J. ONUFFER Sports Club 1, 2g JV Football Manager Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4g Came Club lg Football 1, JV 43 Tumb- 2g JV Basketball Manager 2, Varsity JV Basketball 3, District Band 3, 43 ling Club 23 Auto Mechanics Club 3, 4. 33 Radio Club 2, 3g Senior Chorus 4g District Orchestra 45 Senior Play 4. Science Research Club 45 Senior Play 4. FRANCIS JOHN PLASHA LORENA ANN RICE NANCY JANE PATTERSON Media H. S.-Twirling Club 13 Bas- ketball lg Volleyball 2g Nether Provi- dence H. S.-Student Council 33 Sewing Club 33 President, Library Club 4g Senior Play 4. AMY ROSE PAvLocK Softball lg Junior Chorus 13 Publicity Club 23 JV Cheerleader 23 Tumbling Club 23 JV Basketball 2, 33 Future Nurses' Club 4. Craft Club 13 Auto Mechanics Club 23 Photography Club 23 Radio Club 23 JV Basketball 33 Aeronautics Club 33 Advanced Auto Mechanics Club 3, 4g JV Football 4. Bridge Club 1, 2g President, Junior Service Club 13 JV Basketball Manager 13 JV Basketball 2, 33 Senior Chorus 23 Hockey Manager 1, 33 Varsity 23 Publicity Club 2, 33 Senior Service Club, President 2, 3, 43 Varsity Club Secretary 3, 4g Future Nurses' Club 43 Senior Play 4. BARBARA ANN PILKINGTON Cheerleading Club lg Photography Club 13 Captain, Junior High Cheerleaders 13 JV Basketball 13 Varsity 2, 3, 43 Softball 1, 3, 43 Junior Chorus 13 Sen- ior Chorus 2, 3, Treasurer 43 Tumbling Club 23 Varsity Club 3, Secretary- Treasurer 4g Senior Play 4. D N L l 1.t,x E - FIR vl E gg .1 i ni l !,...4f2 -QIE' Q S C 2 'L I JOSEPH DRAIN RIDGEWAY Game Club li Photography Club 23 Radio Club 2g Auto Mechanics' Club 2, 43 Aeronautics Club 3g Advanced Auto Mechanics Club 3. DORIS HELEN RIEGER Ridley Park H. S.-Freshman Chorus lg Girls' Chorus 23 Nether Providence H. S.-Softball 35 Senior Chorus 4g Press Club 43 Library Aide 43 Senior Service Club 44 Yearbook 4g Senior Play 4. DOROTHY THOMAS SHELLER CAROL SMITH .JOHN R- SPEDDEN Junior High Student Council lg Bark Dramatics Club lg Cheerleading Club RHdi0 Club 1, 23 Band 2, 3, 43 OTCIIES' 1g JV Basketball lg Publicity Club 2: 15 Effective 5999011 Club 23 JV Cheer- fra 3- 4- Student Council 3, 4. leader 2g Debating Club 33 Aeronautics Club 35 Publicity Club 2, 4. B. DRAKE STELLE Football lg Sports Club 1, 2, Basket- ball 1, ,IV 2, 3, Varsity 4g Baseball 1, 2, Varsity 3, 43 Student Council 2g Bridge Club 3g Varsity Club 43 Boys' Chorus 43 Senior Chorus 4. JOSEPHINE A. SWEENEY General Science Club lg Hockey, Bas- ketball, Softball Manager 13 Varsity Club 1. President 3, 4g Tumbling Club 25 Class President One-Half Year 2, Class Vice President One-Half Year 23 Head Manager Cirls' Sports 2, 3, 43 Student Faculty Committee 3g Senior Chorus 3, 43 Senior Play 4. SUZANNE LAREE TAYLOR Junior Chorus 15 Senior Chorus 2, 3, 43 Publicity Club 2, 43 Photography Club 25 Dramatics Club 3g Debating Club 3g Sketch Club 4g Senior Play 4. SUSAN GAY TRICKLE Costume Design Club lg Hockey lg Swimming 1, 2, Publicity Club 23 Effective Speech Club 3g Dramatics Club 2. 3, 4, Senior Play 4. GEORGE WILLIAM SWEET, II Photography Club 1, Basketball 1, JV 2, Varsity 33 Auto Mechanics' Club 25 Class Treasurer 33 Senior Chorus 3, 4: Varsity Club 3, Secretary 4, Senior Play 4. fcfgreg Flgtlv ,Elite nd -2 :A L all CLAIRE ANN VAN DEUSEN Riding Club 1, Cheerleading Club 1, Press Club 1, Librarian, Junior Chorus 13 JV Cheerleader 1, Captain 2, Girls, Sextet 1, 2, 3, 4, Debating Club 2, 3, Secretary, Effective Speech Club 2, 3, Student Council 2, 4, Senior Chorus, Librarian 2, 3, 4, JV Basketball 3, Secretary-Treasurer, Aeronautics Club 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Yearbook 4. ETHELENE WAKEFIELD General Science Club 1, Publicity Club 2, Senior Service Club 2, JV Hockey 2, Sewing Club 3, Debating 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Senior Play 4. SUZANNE WARD Mount Holly H. S.-A Cappella Choir 1, Band 1, Dramatics Club 1, 2, Orchestra 1, 2, Biology Club 2. Nether Providence H. S.-Costume Design Club 2, Publicity Club 2, Senior Chorus 2. 3, 4, District Orchestra 2, 3 ,4, Dramatics Club 3, Suburban Chorus 4, County Chorus 4, Yearbook 4, Press Club 4, Senior Play 4. JANE AGNES WILEY Cheerleading Club 1, Junior Chorus 1, JV Cheerleader 1. 2, Girls' Sextet l, 2, 3. 4, Riding Club 1, 2, President 3, 4, Senior Chorus 2. Librarian 3, 4, Dra- matics Club 2, Effective Speech Club 2, Treasurer 3. 4, Debating Club 3, JV Basketball 3. Varsity 4, Publicity Club 4, Orchestra 4, Senior Play 4. DEBORAH CULVER WILLIAMS Junior Chorus 1, Riding Club 1, Swim- ming 1, 3, Craft Club 2, Dramatics Club 2, 3, Treasurer. Effective Speech Club 3, JV Basketball 3, Scotfs Hi-Q 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Senior Play 4. BARBARA MAE WYMAN Riding Club 1, 2, Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3. 4, Swimming 3, Effective Speech Club 3, Color Guard 4, Yearbook 4, Senior Play 4. First row: Kellman, Longhead, Kil pack, MacReynolds, Mathews, Keine Kish, Lewis, Klug, Johnson, Mason Second row: Miller, Laaken, Moat Lewis, Meeder, Mason, Lachman, Lear, Moore, Kahler. Third row: Logan Mateyo, Martin, Lilley, Johnson, Jeni kins, Metzgar, Messikomer, Loudin Johnson, Mason. First row: Patrick, Hope, Hassis, lrion Harris, Feight, Harris, Ikeda, Fitz- Simmons, Oxenforcl, Schmidt, Norton Olson, Paul. Second row: Homan Nouna, Gardner, Hopkins, Cualtien Eustis, Howe, Ritchie, Crepack, Rhy- mes, Pidcock, Pierce. Third row: Soli- pani, Essick, Jefferis, Hampton, Hall Feyas, Hedgman, Foreacre, Egbert, Reibrich, Robinson, Scott, Murphy, Cohen. Fourth row: Goldberg, Hap- persett, Hughes, Harris, Kearns, Hes- sler, Gillespie, Sheller, Robinson Rich, Rockenbeck, Ronald, Seiverd. Fifth row: Shaw, Pfordt, Protassow- sky, Nichols, Nugent, Moore, Shaw, Schoff, Morrison. s 1 u 1 w First row: Unruh, Edwards, Echter- nach, Worrell, Spence, Yance, Deans, Wiley, Snyder, Sklar, Bunner, Smith Duer. Second row: Sullivan, Donnelly w Craig, Snyder, Winn, Carbonaro, Web- ber, Taylor, Birney, Thomas, Stein- berg, Condliff, Donnelly, Wohlsen. Third row: Wakefield, Banks, Wells. Clark, Busha, Compton, Steinberg, Sweeny, Stegmaier, Skillman, Woolley, Cocci. Fourth row: Ward, Timms, Brown, Torchiana, Vander Cracht, Black, Bollinger, Culp, Carter, Delia, Copple, Thomas. Fifth row: Stephens, Bollinger, Beck, Dordell, Walton, Wor- mald, Birney, Bonnell, Barcus, Benzel, Willis, Bailey, Thomas. 1 v 49414 First row: Weller, Stelle, Ralston, Timmins. Randall, Wakefield. War- burton, Rowles. Schmid, Sweeney. Second row: Pilkington. Porterfield, Spedden. Porter, Whaley, Plotts, Wy- man, Turner. Whitesell, Sh niand a, Spencer. Third row: Wisdom, Wisdom, Rothfuss, Sweeney. Rose. Roan. Tum- olo, Wixon, Woodall. Fourth row: Schwartz, White. Worth, Walls, Swavely, Scola, White, Wix, Trickle, Todd, Tumolo. First row: Morton, Ousey, Haubner, Hauhner, Leflar, Moore, Hixson, John- son. Hickman, Creer. Hall. Second row: Patrick. Keyser. Mowery. Linck, Pavloek, Harding, McCullough, Mac- Dade, MacReynolds. Israel. Huffman. Third row: Onuffer. Humphreys, Milli- ken. Hatten, Huff, King, Hollihan, Kerr, Montgomery, Johnson, Myers. Fourth row: Kirkbride, Meyers, Lach- man, Lewicki, Jackson, Hogg, Jones, lsraeh, Petrosky, Peavey. First row: Dorsey, Campbell, Bunner, Bailey, Ferraro, Bledsoe, Dart, Elliott, Freeman, Beulah. Second row: Fish 7 Bullington. Evans, Burroughs, Arm- strong. Fletcher, Brazunas, Bendinsky Alexander, Acton, Delaney. Third row Bowers, Giles, Ferris, Fellows, Bied ling. Castellan, Forbes, Green, Bridge Caldwell, Burlew. Fourth row: Ardern Crouse, Dutton, Birney, Epp, Allen Figlio, Graves, Clyde, Fredenthal. First row: Kummer, Campbell, Sklan Warwick, Bennetta, O'Bryan, O'Shaugh nessy, Watkins, Jaszczalt, Long, Scott Seville, Trapnell, Custer. Second row: Rice, Dodds, W. Dodds, Melpolder, Haas, Getty, Jones, Worrell, Rice, Zerby, Phelps, Whitesell, Edwards. Third row: Petrikin, Webb, M. Webb, Walz, Mosser, Brill, Kandybowski, An- derson, Donnelly, Hubbard, Morrow, Hinasey. Fourth row: Bragg, Fithian, Condliff, Grayston, Harris, Anthony, Baile, Enocks, Bauer, Roberts, Snyder, Ralston, Turner. First row: Coskery, Cohen, Becker, Ferrari, Krebs, Maclndoe, Hollar Ether, Day, Morgan, Duff. Second row: Junkin, Bertram, Cobey, Stevenson Jones, Sisson, Jackson, Lankford Mitchell, Plummer. Third row: Bloom Barnett, Scherer, Lewis, Chamberlain Hampton, Webb, Concello, Cooper. Fourth row: Kellman, Eastwood, Ris- bon, Lock, Laird, Goldberg, Osman 1 1 v u 1 First row: Shackley, Hunter, Saunders, Plummer, Fogg, Hellman, Scafidi, Roderick, Dennis, MacAskill. Second row: Marshall, Heilig, Bloodsworth, Eustes, Allen, Hall, Bennetta, Moat, Mason. Third row: Klug, Nugent, Kent, Kimmel, Bogart, Hires, Ward, Durnell, Baker. Fourth row: Clement, Allen, Harris, Metzler, Baylor, Traub, Day, Brown. First row: Ferris, Bendinsky, Craig Caldwell, Doran, Armstrong. Second row: Bunner, Alston, David, Donnelly Enochs, Fuhrmann. Third row: Cret zinger, Elliott, Beneke, Beulah, Fitz Simons, Diament, Clauss. Fourth row Baker, Edynak, Brunner, Filar, Figlio First row: Sapovits, Snyder, Talbot, Trapnell, Schwartz, Whaley, Williams, Zettlemoyer. Second row: Weitzman, Sampson, Timmons, Meiler, Steinberg, White, Smith. Third row: Yori, Robin- son, Rode, Robinson, Yance, Stephens Stallings. Fourth row: Weinberg, Stipe, Unruh, Zerby, Wakefield, Young. w First row: Johnson, Hollar, Miller, Lawlar, Johnson, Haubner, Perrine Hassis. Second row: Longley, Pilchard, Roberts, Jones, Kirchgasser, Harper McElwee, Pennington. Third row: Mc- Cutcheon, Keeley, Jones, O'Neil, Mul- loy, Orr, Hammer, Patterson, Risdon. v 1 First row: Delia, Emerson, Compton Clauss, Boberg, Bloom, Bryson, Bean Second row: Crystle, Boyer, Dresden Browning, Cochran, Feaster, Lindsay, Garnett. Third row: Coslett, Forbes, Berckman, Flogaus, Essick, Ellis, John- son. 1 1 First row: Martin, Lance, McCone, Holliday, Meil, Peavey, Heath, McKee, Hunter. Second row: Huffman, .len- kins, Graham, Pfaeffle, Newton, Pid- cock, Habbersett, McMahon. Third row: Lafferty, Morrow, Junkin, Hefton, Harding, Jaggers, Jester, Graves. First row: Scott, White, Thom, Shaw Turner, Sullivan, Richardson, Taylor Reed. Second row: Pizza, Wilroy, Todd Vogel, Sweely, Roberts, Spence, N Stauffer, P. Stauffer. Third row Stevenson, Weitzman, Winn, Sweely Schoff, Stevenson, Pyle, Vettor, Scott s 9 Q 70:4 9:4 Nfl Quadra Uffwow Mr. Jackson, Advisor Jenkins, Graves, Delia Jester, Miss Hughes, Ad visor First row: Beneke, Weitz- man, Kirchgasser, Schwartz. Second row: Mr. Boorse, Mr. Narcum, Mr. Miller, Advisors. F i r st r o w: Marshall Scherer, Baile, Scafidi. Second row: Miss Gray. Miss Leonard, Mr. Trout, Miss Herbert, Advisors. 5 Ufakcefw Offecaw 7 K w. vw su ""'4+f x T1 1 .ww - efm 'E-vgipyg Q3 .C X Rf ! 71 0 First row: Craig '52, Morton, Heulings, van Deusen, Justi- son, Goldsmith, Daly. Second row: Allen, Gardner, Jenkins, Brunner. Below: Ward, Daly. Gardner, Morton, Hayes. 0 I ' Www Since the school's policy on activities has changed, it was only just to change, in part, the requirements for membership in the Na- tional Honor Society. This year's members were required, as in previous years, to earn 20 Honor Points in each of the Sophomore and Junior years and 15 during the first semester of the Senior year. The present Jun- ior class, however, need earn only 20, 12, and 15 points in the respective years, the present Sophomore class and succeeding classes must earn 10, 12, and 15 points in the respective years. The other requirements remain unchanged. This year's membership, ten, is the largest number of persons ever to be admitted to the Nether Providence Chapter in any one year. 2adZandSo-za!! To be eligible for membership in the Quill and Scroll, a student must do outstanding work on either the editorial or business staff of a school publication and also rank in the upper third of his class scholastically. 4 'WI !.n First row: Johnson, Admaski, Sweeney, Pil- kington, Rice, Hayes. Second row: Mrs. Ward, Advisor, Coskery, P. Jenkins, B. Jenkins, Reed, Roberts, Bowers, Miss Shope, Advisor. Third row: Martin, White, Fogg, Dresden, Boyer, Graham, McKee. MRS. WARD MR NARCUM MISS SHOPE gage' Wwwdq Q5 First row: Sweet, Bowers, Brunner, Crystle Mervine. Second row: Bogart, Baker, Jones Mr. Narcum, Advisorg Goman, Dauberman Johnson. Third row: Laird, McClellan, Cocci Allen, Stelle, Pennington. 2442 Staff V Editors, first row: Schoff, Morton, Ward, Scott, Weitzman. Second row: Bertram, Emerson, Clauss, Baile. Every school should have a newspaper and we of N.P. feel we have the finest. The Bark staff was headed by Sam Winn, a junior, who did an outstanding job. The paper is self-supporting and all articles are done by the students. Bark issues came out ten times this year and were always anticipated. Everyone could find something in the paper to please his reading, whether it be humor or accounts of student activities. Nether Providence is proud to be able to say her Bark is better than anyone else,s bite. ci' if fa kt' sAM WINN MR. CARCAISE ED GARDNER Edim,,in.Chief Adviso, Business Manager 0 First row: Van Deusen, Jenkins, Daly, Graham, Turner, Martin, Schwartz, Bloom. Second row: Bowers B H ' C ' ' ' ' ' , unner, HSSIS, ra1g, White, Klrchgasser, Forbes, Stevenson. Third row: Gardiner, Unruh, Bogart, Sweet, Morrow. Crystle, Stivitts, Thom, Brown, Mr. Kline, Advisor, Allen. Student Council's accomplishments this year are innumerable. With David Allen at the helm, traditions have been established, and many problems overcome. School spirit was greatly increased at the sight of the gay signs in the hall. The seniors welcomed the opening of the student lounge. This govern- ing body works hard for the good of the school and has been given the wholehearted support of everyone. 'gcwd First row: P. Stauffer, Craig, Taylor, Beneke, Petriken, Shaw, Brown, Smith, Perrine, Cohen, Robison, Turner, Huffman, Reed. Second row: Spedden, Scott, Pidcock, Ward, Ferrari, McKee, Klug, Unruh, Compton, Robinson, Gardner, Winn. Third row: Whitesell, Plotts, Turner, Logan, Mateyo, Israel, Bailey, Kearns, Copple, Defferis, Culp, Mowery. Fourth row: Clyde, Cobey, Sisson, Peavey, Coslett, Ives, Heilig, Peavey, Roberts, McMahon, Huffman, Doran. Fifth row: Lock, Spedden, Figlio, Flogaus, Risbon, Graves, Edynak, Stipe, McCutcheon, Klus, Jester. JOHN M, SEPELLA Shaw, Beneke, Robison, Petrikin, Cohen, Perrine Director Twirlers www-:v.'4xt.s:t " " ' - I f f fi f-like First row: Wiley'. Yance, C. Compton, Hayes, S. Ward, Doran, Olson, Edynak. McCutcheon, Figlio. Second row: Sweely, K. Ward, Spence, Gardner, Whitesell. Third row: B. Compton, Castellan, Dart, V. Compton, Unruh, Israel, Meil, Coslett, Spedden, McKee. Fourth row: Hannner. Schipani. Stegrnaier, Scott, Cocci, Lock, Pidcock, Jones, Spedden, lves. Copples. Porter, MR. SEPELLA Director Nether Providence was honored greatly by the selection of five members of the orchestra to the District Orchestra and one member to the State Orchestra. Those who represented Nether Providence in the District Orchestra are Merry Hayes, Kathy and Suzanne Ward, Helen Spence, and Bryce Olson. Merry Hayes advanced to second chair, first violin in the State Orchestra which was held at Mount Union High School. First row: G. Johnson, Wiley, Frear, Anderson, McClellan, Jester, Mowery, Orr, Dresden, E. Boyer Pidcock, Daly, McKee. Second row: Kelley, McCone, Holliday, White, Justison, Thom, Crystle, R. D Stevenson, Ellis, Stelle, Browning, Coulter, Whaley, Trapnell, Delia, Robison, Doran, B. Jenkins Hassis, Bryson. Third row: E. Johnson, Hunter, Garnett, Ether, S. Taylor, P. Jenkins, Sweeney Fitzsimmons, Perrine, Brown, D. Stevenson, Gardner, C. Boyer, Sweet, S. Taylor, Reed, Huffman Ward, Heulings, Adamski, van Deusen, Clement, Zettlemoyer, Pilkington, Delpaz, Bailey, McMahon ,V .Q ,lin K -.Q ... MRS. VOLK Heulings, Justison, van Deusen, Johnson, Wiley Daly Director GIRLS' SEXTET y .. , vi x 4154 21 We-2 First row: Williams, Cochran, Justison, Goldsmith. Second row: Gardner, Clauss, Boyer, Yance. vp I GILBERT L. KLINE Justison, Goldsmith, Adviwf Cochran, Williams. Y First row: Carter, Andrukonis, Garnett Holloway. Second row: Miss Kennedy, Advisorg Smith, Pavlock, Pidcock, Bean Browning. Third row: G. Johnson Compton, Pfaeffle, E. Johnson. First row: Perrine, Fitzsimons, Tay- lor, Robinson, Feaster, Whaley. Second row: Mr. Boorse, Advisorg Snyder, Smith, Robinson, Reed, Huffman, Coulter, Trickle, Wyman. M. .5 First row: Wiley, Harris, Holliday, Bry- son, Taylor. Second row: Jackson, Mrs. Junkins, Advisor, Clement, O'Neil Boyer, Mulloy, McCone. Third row: Haubner, Bloom, Patterson, Beneke Miller, Hassis. 9 9 1 glad 'First row: Delpaz, Mowrey, Spence. Second row: Cohen, Ealer, Mr. Houck, Advisor, Dutton, Stevenson. dad First row Haubner, Robison, Whaley, Miss Law, Advisor, Ferris. Second row' Hunter, Carter, Beulah, Armstrong, Johnson, Johnson. Third row: Arm strong, Zettlemoyer, Caldwell, Bend insky. wld ' First row: Crowley, Filar, Day, Smith, Mr. Blewett, Advisor. Second row: Jag- gers, Hefton, Pyle, Lafferty, Zerhey, Jones, Harper, Roberts. Third row: Sweely, Timmons, Weitzman, Donnelly, Junkin, Sampson. HF! .iii Q57 2644 First row: Weitzman, Gardner, Daly, Winn, Morton, Schoff, Dresden. Second row: Bertram, Bloom, Johnson, Coch- ran, Clauss, B. White, Weinberg, Scott, Kirchgasser, J. White. Third row: Fogg, Ward, Emerson, Schwartz, Reiger, Baile, Wiley. an ' First row: Bogart, Mathias, Jayne, Har- rington, Mr. Wilkinson, Advisory John- son, Horna. '9 First row: Cochran, Brunner, Heulings, Ether. Second row: Mrs. Seidel, Ad- visorg Goldsmith, Orr, Mulloy, Rode. 'gage' Qfee First row: Stelle, Boyer, Anderson, Mc- Clellan, Brunner. Second row: Penning- ton. McCutcheon, D. S. Stevenson, Sweet. Ealer. Edynak, Gardner, Crystle, Third row: D. R. Stevenson, Sweely, Mowery, Jester, Figlio, Elliott, Ellis O First row: Kelley, Cohen, Justison, Mr. Megane-gal. Advisor. Second row: Enoehs. Weiler, Cretzinger, Brunner. Diament, Harding, Clauss. Am First row: Jones, Mervine, Cocci, Mr. Blewett, Advisor. Second row: Onuffer, Crowley, Hudson, Plasha, Mclilwee. Third row: Essick, Ridgeway, Laws. 'hm Wad First row: Taylor, Smith, Halloway, Boyer, Linck. Second row: Miss Her- bert, Advisory Browning, Miller, Ben- eke, Patterson, Bryson, Williams, Pfaeffle. .ddlfmzq 61:4 First row: Compton, Delia, Patterson Heulings. Second row: Wakefield, Rich ardson, Orr, Jones, Morton, Brown, Jus- tison, Kelley, Beulah, King. Third row Hollar, Lawlar, Vogel, Sweely, Huff David. Bailey. 9 Y if iff! J, waz W. TROUT NARCUM MILLER 1954 RECORD N. P. ,,7, 77,,,, f 1 Yeadon , ,, 2 N. P. ,,,,, ,,,,,, L I Swarthmore . ,. . . . 54 N. P. ,. ., ,, . 0 Springfield , 211- N. P. ...., . 30 Glen Nor ..... .. N. P. ,, ., .. O Ridley Park , ., . 21 N. P. ,,,.. ,, 20 Media 1 N. P. ..... ...... 2 T Chichester . ...... ,,.,.. , . N. P. ...., ..... 1 2 Marple Newtown ..,.. . N. P. 1.... ..... 1 4- Eddystone ........ .... . .. Nye Left to right, top to bottom: Hudson. Laird. Cocci. Scott. NIcClel lan, Allen, Winn, Weitzman. Bunner, Stevenson. Sampson Timmons, Jones, Mason. H. Crystle. Horna. The football team, with a record of 5-4--0. enjoyed a very successful season. After losing their first three games by large margins, the players rallied to win five out of the remaining six games to be rated by the Chesler Times as the 'LBest Comeback Team? in Dela- ware County. Lou Cocci earned a position on the Second All-Delco team. At the Close of the season Marty Scott and Lou Cocci were elected co-captains of the squad. V I Left to right, top to bottom: Goman. Ellis, Laws, McElwee, Zerhy. Lafferty. Smith. White, Bake-r, Elliott, Dutton. Mervine, Weinberg. Unruh, Schoff. D. Crystle, Manager, J CRAIG B. JENKINS MULLOY MISS SHOPE HUFFMAN FOGG SCOTT The 1954- season opened successfully with a 2-0 win over Marple Newtown. The Media game especially was hard fought and ended in a tie. For the first time Nether Providence holds a leg on the cup given annually to the winner. The new coaches, Mrs. Ward and Miss Shope, are to be congratulated on the terrific re-building job they did. Graduating from the Varsity squad are captain Peggy Jenkins, ,lane Bowers, Gay Coskery, and Merry Hayes. Since most of the team will return, Nether Providence can expect a lot from the girls next year. 1954 RECORD N-P ---.---.. .f.,...., 2 Marple Newtown ,,,,,,,,,-M,i,,A 0 N-P -7f-..7,7 Vf.....cc 2 Springfield .,ee,e,,,,,,, ee,ee,,,V 3 N-P --ff...A7 .-.Y7.7,, 0 Eddystone ,,... ,,,M,,,,7 0 N-P -f..,.,,, .,.....,, 1 Chester ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,-M,,, 1 N-P -f....... ...cc..cc 1 Media ,eee.ee,e,e,e,, ,,,,, , 7,71 N-P -.--..... f........ 3 Sharon Hill .,,,,e,, A,v,,,,,. 1 N-P -v-...... -.Y...... 0 Clifton Heights .s,,,,, ,,,,e ,,,7 1 l McKEE ROBERTS SWEENEY P' JENKINS HAYES G. COSKERY BOWERS GRAHAM ES cazcbfc Wwwdq First row: Hannigan, Miller, Fellman, Hassis, C. Coskery, Rode, Sapovits, Second row: fMacIndoe, Cohen, Patterson, Schwartz, Becker, Ether. Third row: Dresden, Manager, Johnson, Manager, Seville, Cochran, Scafidi, Feaster, Manager. REED ,WJ i "f. '5ff'??'.,. i i " -xii' ' ' 5:3137 N. AND P. STAUFFER THOM BOYER MRS. WARD EALER. Captain C-OMAN MCCLELLAN UNRUH H. CRYSTLE Zaye' Zcw6etZczZZ The Boys' Basketball Team started the season hy dropping sev- eral Close games. Then Mr. Ches- ney pulled the lmoys together and the teatn hit its stride. During January and February N. P. ran up a winning streak of nine games. We ended the season with a 10-T record. a second place in the See- tion IV League. and an invitation to play in the Kiwanis Tourna- ment. Congratulations to a high spir- ited. hustling team! 1954-'55 RECORD 37 Ridley Park ,, ,, ,, 50 Kennett Square . ,,,,,, 58 West Chester ,, . ,, 51 Media , . ,H ,,,, 43 Sharon Hill ,N . ,, 43 Yeadon , . ,H 63 Chichester , . ,, 50 Clifton Heights T5 Marple Newton , 69 Glen Nor , 56 Sharon Hill H . ,,,, 52 Ridley Township . 43 Chiehester , 64 Clifton Heights 47 'Vlarple Newton . , , 51 Springfield , 47 Springfield CHESNEY Varsity Coach N. P. vs. Springfield N. P. vs. Springfield STELLE ALLEN SCOTT WAKEFIELD 411.2 First row: Whilv. Brunner, SIPVUIIFOII, Kirchgasscr. Bunnvr. Sampson. Second row: Winn, Junkin. Slipe, Eilynak, Harpvr. Thirml row: Weinberg, Managerg Steinberg. Tiininuns. Mr. Dorsanon, Coach. D. CRYSTLE Head fllanager A N. P. vs. Springfield N. P. vs. Sharon Hill NIR. DORSANEO .l. V. ffoavlz First row: Miller, N. Stauffer, Adamski. Pilkington, McKee, Roberts. Second row: Thieme, Mulloy, Jenkins, Bowers, Wiley. Third row: Dresden, Fellows, Managerg Sweeney, Rode. ' I The Girls' Basketball Team had some tough going this year. Under the leadership of their new coach, Miss Shope, the girls fought with high spirits and good sportsmanship throughout the season. The girls played several outstanding games, especially the game with Chichester in which they came from behind to tie in the closing minutes. Co-Captains Barbara Pilkington and Becky Adam- ski, Peggy Jenkins, ,lane Bowers, and Jane Wiley will graduate from the squad this year. 1954-'55 RECORD N. P. ,,,. ,.,,.. 2 3 Marple Newtown s,,,,,ss,. 22 N. P. ,,,, ,,., , , 17 Springfield ,,,,.,,,,, ,,,.,i. 4 2 N. P. .,.. ,,,,,. 3 7 Eddystone ,,,,,... ....... 2 6 N. P. .,,,.. ,... . 42 Media .................. ....... 5 1 N. P. ,,...,. . ...,, 55 Clifton Heights ........,.., 40 N. P. ....... .,.... 3 5 Sharon Hill ...... ..... . . 56 N. P. . ...... ...... 3 4 Chichester . .... ...... . 34 N. P. .. ...... 27 Glen Nor ....... 46 Coaches MRS. WARD MISS SHOPE If .aa-A ,-. , s. MA. K .wt-Q-fagtfw, 'k Nei First row: Cocci, Roberts. Bogart, Hudson, Jarden, Ealer, Coman, Stelle, McClellan. Second row: Horna, Lafferty, Harvey, Cowling. Graves, Simpson, McCone, Scott. Third row: Mr. Houck. Winn, Hefton, Coslett, R. l. Johnson. Stevenson, Flogaus, Weitzman, Mr. Haupt. Fourth row: Brunner, Pennington, S. Johnson, Ives, Ellis. 5' Coaches: Mr. Haupt, Mr. Houck. With only one returning letterman from last year's squad, Mr. Haupt was faced with the prob- lem of total re-building. Though the team did not have a very successful season its morale and spirit never faltered. While having to field a team com- prised mainly of underclassmen, Mr. Haupt is look- ing forward to a great season in '55, A big hand to the cheerleaders of 1954-55! Whether our teams were winning or losing, these girls did a marvelous job of keeping up the school spirit and morale at Nether Providence. With only two return- ing from last year's squad, these girls made an all-time record. Congratulations on a job well done! Graham, Scott, Hassis, Johnson, Captaing White, Thom, Jenkins. Bloom, Schwartz, Patterson, Martin, Captain, Cochran, Miller, Seville Basketball ADAMSKI PILKINGTON 5 Football SCOTT COCCI '5-5 Cheerleading Hockey JOHNSON P. JENKINS K L iglie J" . .. 4 -... n N 'in Basketball Baseball EALER NICCLELLAN 3 7? ' 7 III BECKY DAVE GEORGE BEVERLY ADAMSKI ALLEN ANDERSON BAILEY Q JIM BOB BILL FRED BAKER BECHTOLD BOGART BOWERS JANE CARL MARILYN DIETRICH BOWERS BOYER BROWN BRUNNER PATSY MARY NANCY LOU BUFFETT CARTER CLEMENT COCCI ff CAROL GAY JOHN DICK CONIPTON COSKERY COSLETT COWLING .1 g f' K4 A . H B ..,, . 1 U A 1-, .Q-- ' ' R RRR 'IAS 5. ,K mme-N"" HERB MARY ANN SHIRLEY DENNIS CRYSTLE DALY DELPAZ DIITTON GEORGE BARBARA EALER ETHER .KRQQ 1,9 BETSY FELLOWS A N I ,I N I if BOB FOLEY WALLY FREAR pa., ED SALLY DICK GARDNER GOLDSMITH GOMAN r"-A N. F fry. ' -5. 1 fkhv J. IIN AL ELEANOR MERRY BARBARA HARRINGTON HARRIS HAYES HEULINGS A fl I s 1 if f fig-f NL v:., ., - , , vw. I .- Y W, I 'iz f I ., I If + -vb .T Q ,. ,LXQ 7 I Ps I 5,. I, I AR P, , V, -.' f - .-,.,, I W, Q-an Vzii "M , Q Q' SJ Vkklil ' :Ak KN, A , ' m I , Q R'R W ? .251 iff' , +I f- b i GEHRY ALLAN DAVID FAIRMAN HORNA HUDSON IVES JAYNE E f 5 f PEGGY JENKINS DONNA GLEN RICHIE JOHNSON JOHNSON JONES si? OLIVE .IUSTISON f' al JIID LAIRD JANET GEORGE KELLEY KOHLWEILER .. 5'-A E , 2 1. ...wp E GLADYS DICK JOHN BOB LINCK Mn-CLELLAN MATTHIAS MERVINE ,fy I fr'-f H' Nui' -fx Mm 5?s4.Q TOTTY AL BRYCE MIKE MORTON MOWFRY OLSON ONUFFER X 'L I gs fm . M QNX Q.. K - A-. Inks ' .I- Q -I I .I ,,,, AMY BARBARA FRANCIS LORENA PAVLOCK PILKINCTON PLASHA RICE . Y If 5 N. N -X!:' 4 . -fL::, Qavuwsf ..'1 gk 1.. ,f' -xg.-.mix ' - " 'l-' 17 if A JOE DORIS DRAKE TOMMIE RIIJCEWIAY REIGER STELLE SHELLER X 4 M., l K: JO GERRY SUE CLAIRE SWEENEY SWEET TRICKLE VAN DEUSEN SUZANNE JANE DEBBIE BARBARA WARD WILEY WILLIAMS WYMAN war' Wim ke fav 333 Wally Frear Eleanor Harris Shirley Delpaz Lorena Rive Suzanne Ward Fred Bowers, Jane Bowers Olive ,lustisun D nr ww F 3. Donna Johnson 9. Mary Ann Daly 10.l1arlJara lleulings 11. Gladys Linvk Tommy Sheller 12. Totty Morton 1FS.,lerry .-Xmlrukunis. Gary Daulmerluan 14. Merry lluyes 15. llevky Arlamski 16.141 Svveeney 17. Peggy Jenkins 18.,lanet Kelly 19. Beverly Bailey . Q Seaman paw Hs S ,, Directed by MR. STANLEY A. BOORSE PRODUCTION STAFF Assistants to Director-Debbie Williams, Olive Justison Stage Manager-John Coslett Stage Properties-Fairman Jayne Stage Set and Crew- Dick Cowling, Jud Laird, Wally F rear, George Ealer, Dave Allen Lighting-George Anderson Prornpters-Totty Morton, Glendora Johnson Costumes-Merry Hayes, Jane Wiley Tickets-Sue Taylor, Betsy Fellows Programs-Barbara Heulings Publicity-Suzanne Ward Make-Up-Marilyn Brown, Carol Compton, Cay Coskery House Committee-Becky Adamski, Lorena Rice, Donna Johnson, Barbara Pilking- ton, Mary Carter, Beverly Bailey, Eleanor Harris Hand Properties-Janet Kelley Knty ,.,....oo,... .o,oo.. Angie ,.,......,, Mrs. Morrow Mr. Morrow Margaret ,,,,..si,,, Lorranine ...,.. Margze ..,.,,,. fane .....ee, I ack ,,v...,. Martin .,....,. A rt .,.....,.. Fitz ...., Tony ,....,, CAST Jo Sweeney Peggy Jenkins Claire van Deusen Bill Bogart Barbara Ether ,- Sally Goldsmith Barbara Wyman Mary Ann Daly Gerry Sweet Carl Boyer Al Mowery Bryce Olson Dietrich Brunner if a an if Blom and Dad Jane and Tony Lorraine and Nlarlin Angie and ,lack Margaret and Art Marge and Fitz The Cast Um .. 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I, David Allen, will my "beak" to Andy Allen. I, George Anderson, will my Spanish One credit fthat took three years to earnl to Ted Berckman. We, Amy Pavlock and Jerry Andrukonis, leave our reputation as the "Golddust Twins" to any two who can stand the twelve-year strain. I, Beverly Bailey, will my Busines Department difficulties to Lucille Delia. I, James Baker, will my nickname '4Clam', to Ed Longley. I, Bob Bechtold, will my skill in playing miniature golf to Jay Coslett. I, Bill Bogart, will my red hair to Skip Sampson. I, Fred Bowers, will the art of making booster tags to some unlucky member of Varsity Club '55-'56. I, Jane Bowers, will my blond wave to Ruth Huffman. I, Carl Boyer, will Sam Hayes' horn-rimmed glasses to Mr. Carcaise. I, Marilyn Brown, will my love of dancing to Marilyn Smith. I, Dietrich Brunner, will the Harvard Award to the unfortunate who works back- stage next year. I, Patsy Buffett, will my sincere regards to the entire faculty. I, Mary Carter, will shorthand class to Lois Garnett. I, Nancy Clement, will my dizziness to Brother George. I, Lou Cocci, will my tee shirts to Mr. Haupt. I, Max Cohen, will Aunt Alice to Ditty Weitzman. I, Carol Compton, will my curly hair to Sister Babs. I, Gay Coskery, will my memory to Bonnie Bryson. I, John Coslett, will my school marks to whoever wants them. I, Dick Cowling, will my Mambo drum beat to Dan Jester. I, Raymond Crowley, leave my pencils, paper, and notes to some deserving junior. I, Herb Crystle, will my pegged pants to Deke Sheller. I, Mary Ann Daly, will those crazy times at Broomalls to Alice Dresden. I, Gary Dauberman, will my crew cut to Dick Unruh. I, Shirley Delpaz, will my P.M.C. interest tofarbara Newton. I, Dennis Dutton, will those stink bombs to Brother Barry. I, George Ealer, will all French tests to any wastebasket. I, Barbara Ether, will locker No. Twenty-five to Sister Sue. I, Betsy Fellows, will all my little brothers to Sister Charlie. I, Robert Foley, will a pack of cigarettes to John Onuffer. I, Wally Frear, will my trombone oil to Bob Figlio. I, Ed Gardner, will my record collection to any adventurous collector. I, Sally Goldsmith, will my beloved Sunday evenings at Fellowship to David Stevenson. I, Dick Goman, will a few extra inches to Ditty Weitzman. I, Al Harrington, will my good handwriting to anyone who can use it. I, Eleanor Harris, will my morning dash for the bus to Sister Donna. I, Merry Hayes, will the federal lunches back to the government. I, Barbara Heulings, will those dented fenders to Pat and Nancy Stauffer. I, Ruth Holloway, will my graduation diploma to Jo-Anne Torris. I, Gerald Horna,' will my size 12W shoes to a seventh grader who will grow into them. I, Allan Hudson, will my ,39 Ford V-8 with a cadmium steel block to Mr. Mader. I, David Ives, will my band roll book to whoever wants it. I, Kitty Jackson, will my love for the service guys to Elsie Martin. I, Fairman Jayne, will my brains to Mr. Haupt. I, Peggy Jenkins, will my curly hair to Betsy so she won't have to set hers every night. I, Donna Johnson, will my love of Fords to Ethel Johnson. I, Glendora Johnson, will all the luck in the world to next year's cheerleading squads. I, Stanford Johnson, will my art pencil to Bill Johnson. I, Richard Jones, will my Ring to Tank. I, Olive Justison, will my fickle heart to Jo Ann Meil. I, Janet Kelley, will my Swarthmore interests to Carol Shaw. I, George Kohlweiler, will the Spirit of the Yankees to Nancy Perrine. I, Jud Laird, will my Sun Oil Stock to Linda Reed. I, Phil Laws, will my broken field running to Robert Marshall. I, Gladys Linck, will the name Gladys to anybody. I, John Matthias, will my saddle and spurs to Mr. Kline. I, Richard McClellan, will my Bill Haley records to Deans Crystle. I, Bob Mervine, will my ,cycle to Larry Pyle. I, Totty Morton, will my torn gym shirts to Carin Clauss. I, Albert Mowery, will my quietness to the junior who needs it the most. I, Bryce Olson, will my oboe to the nut who wants it. I, Mike Onuffer, will my old worn out gym sneakers to my brother Squibe. I, Nancy Patterson, will my M.G. to my sister Judy. I, Barbara Pilkington, will my naturally curly f??J hair to Ruth Caldwell. I Francis Plasha, will my basketball ability to Larry Pyle. I, Lorena Rice, will my singing ability to Ethel Johnson. I, Joe Ridgeway, will my seat in Social Living to whoever wants it. I, Doris Reiger, will my careful driving ability to anyone who wants it. I, Tommy Sheller, will my limpid eyes to Deke Sheller, I, Carol Smith, will all P.M.C. cadets to Jo Ann Meil. I, John Speden, will my ability to play the tuba to Jack McCullough. I, Drake Stelle, will my crew cuts to Ted Graves. I, Rose Stivitts, will my ability to almost miss the school bus to Louise Zettlemoyer. I, Jo Sweeney, will my love for "Paradise on the banks of the Northeast Riveri' to Sister Mary Lou. I, Gerry Sweet, will six inches in height to Lesley Hassis. I, Sue Taylor, will a year of peace without having to say "which one?" to Sue Taylor. 7 I, Sue Trickle, will our crazy name to Carl Trickle. I, Claire Ann van Deusen, will my naturally curly hair to Mr. Mac. I, Ethelene Wakefield, will my thirst for education to Vivian Wakefield. 1, Suzanne Ward, will my holey sneakers to anyone who wants ventilation. I, Jane Wiley, will peace and quiet to Mr. Trout. I, Debbie Williams, will locker fifteen to a new sophomore, I, Barbara Wyman, will my knack for having accidents to Nancy Feaster. Witnessed and vouched for in the glorious year 1955. WITNESSES: Signed? A I Z . President: Qu Q Class Advisor: . 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