Nether Providence High School - Non Pareil Yearbook (Wallingford, PA)
- Class of 1957
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Nether Providence Elemelltary School
Wallingfo1'd Elementary School
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A new school is being con-
structed in Nether Provi-
dence to help meet the needs
of a growing population.
The Summit Elementary
School which is being built
on Plush Mill Road in
Wallingford will be com-
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Provldence the legfs of ouflives.
the faculty and- administration we express our
thanks for 'their -expert teaching and
To ,the qnderclassrnggwxg bniv legyerthe responsllnllty
of carrying on the schoofsutrgditions of sports-
?lesrde!TShip,isch'olership, and friendliness.
onrlclassmates we extend .best wishes for suc-
-i"s undertakings. May this
has a fivarm reminder of their days at
Then, Heaven, set ope thy everlasting gates
To entertain my vows of thanks and praise.
Second Part of Henry VI, IV, 9.
We dedicate this book to the Parent Teachers Association in grateful
recognition for the aid and inspiration they have given us in our years at
The vitality of any school community is in large measure a reflection of
the interest and foresight of its P.T.A. Ours has given unselfishly to various
activities, and their success in this can be measured by the benefits we have
derived. They have guided us wisely in the past and have prepared us to
accept the responsibilities of the future.
It is fitting that the class of ,57, which has benefited from this organiza-
tion, should show its appreciation. This dedication then, is a token of our
gratefulness which is here extended in all sincerity.
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FRANK A. MADEH
HOWARD A. WENTZ
EVAN G. KOONS
Iunior High School Principal
ALATHEA E. REESE
Standing, left to right: R. Winfield Baile, Solicitorg Theodore Shmanda, H. Furness
Taylor, Jr., Treasurerg Howard A. Wentz, Supervising Principal. Seated: Nancy V. Logan,
Secretaryg Wm. A. Irving, Presidentg Dr. A. Norman Hixson, Mrs. James C. Lawrence,
Jr., Vice Presidentg Mrs. Frances R. Wisdom.
Our school board is responsible for the operation of the School District
of Nether Providence Township. They are charged with the planning,
authorization, financing, and supervision of new construction and other
capital improvements. Their responsibility also extends to providing the
multiplicity of services and supplies necessary to the functioning of the com-
plex business operation which is our school system. We are indeed indebted
to them for the excellent job that they do.
Then, Heaven, set ope thy everlasting gates
to entertain my vows of thanks and praise.
STANLEY BOORSE ........... .................. E nglish
JOSEPH CANAMUCIO ...... ......... M athematics
JOSEPH CHESNEY ..,..... ......... M athematics
LOUISE CLAPP ........... ........ G eography
ROBERT CLARKE .,.,.,.... ,.,.,,,,.,,,,,,A, E nglish
LUCILLE DELANEY ,.... ,,,.,,,, M athemalicg
JOSEPH DORANESO ...... .......... S cience
JOHN ECTERNACH ........ ....,.... E nglish
ROBERT FELKER ...... ........................., G eography
CHESTER HAUPT ...... .......... P hysical Education
LAURA ,IUNKINS ................ ......... L atin, French
ROSEMARY KENNEDY ......... .................... N urse
GILBERT KLINE .,,... ................... S ocial Studies
MAY LAW ....,......,... .......... B usiness Education
EDITH LEONARD ........................ .......... E nglish
E. RUSSEL MEGONEGAL ,....... .....,..., S cience
MABEL HECKLER ....,... ..,,..,., B usiness Education
KAYE HERBERT ........ .,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, A r t
FREDRICK HOUCK ....... ,,,,,,,, S cience
LIONEL JACKSON ....... ........ E nglish
LILLIAN MICHAEL ...... .............,. A rt
HARRY MILLER .,.,... .,.,.,., H istory
MARJORIE IVIORRELL ..,,..........,. Physical Education
EDWARD NARCUM ....,..,,,. ....,.,.,..............,., H istory
M. CELINE PHILLIPS ..,..,..,,.. English. Latin, Spanish
VINCENT RENZULLI ..,,.....,.................. Social Studies
FLORENCE ROSTRON ..........,......... Home Economics
SYLVIA SEIDEL ............,...,... Social Studies, English
......... ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, M usic
..... .....,,, I ndusirial Arts
,IOAN STEIN ......,... ....... M athematics
LEON STRATOTI ...... ............ S panish
THOMAS WALTERS ..,....... ............ S ocial Studies
MYRTHLE WANDLESS .................... Home Economics
THOMAS WERNER ........ ...........
OLIVIA WHITE ............. ..,.......... L lhrarlan
WILLIAM WILKINSON ...... .....,,... I ndustrial Afts
JACQUELYN WILL ......... .................... E nghsh
MILDRED WILLIAMS ..... ..............
ROBERT WRIGHT ..,....... ....,..... P hysical Education
Besides their job of assisting the
administration, the members of the
office staff will long be remembered
for the "little things" they did for us.
N. Logan, M. MacDougall, A. Friedkin, D. Ostien, W. Bishop,
A. Wenger fseated J .
Under the capable guidance of
Miss Mackenzie and her staff our
cafeteria has become a part of our
school well remembered and enjoyed.
The proficiency of the custodians
is clearly visible in keeping our
school clean and sanitary, repaired
and in good working condition.
S. Bagley, E. Crander, B. Fischer, D. Bagley, R. Churchville
J. Rhyames, J. Winters, F. Copper, J. Wesley, A. Hall, A. Wright.
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Fair be all thy hopes, and prosperous
be thy life in peace and war.
First Part of Henry VL II, 5.
MR. EDWARD NARCUM
Our sponsors have played an important role in our lives throughout our
years of high school. We are sincerely grateful to them for their guidance,
their patience, their encouragement, their help, and their implicit faith in
the Class of ,57.
MR. STANLEY BOORSE
WILLIAM KIRCHGASSER ROBERT FIGLIO
President Vice President
SUSAN ROBINSON NORA JOAN BENEKE
The members of the Class of '57 of Nether Providence High School have
chosen these four students to represent the class as senior officers.
These students were chosen because they stand for the admirable qualities
and the human characteristics which are the requisites of any successful
group. This combination makes them honored and respected by their
'4Marty" Carden City
Marty would like to travel as her ambition of
becoming an airline hostess would show. Having
a skillful hand in art, Marty has produced sev-
eral beautiful projects.
Activities: Library lg Photography 2: Future
Nurses' Club 3: Publicity 2: Senior Chorus l, 2:
Senior Play Committee 4.
"Sparrow" Garden City
Sparrow has an attraction for classroom cor-
ners. One of the class clowns, he can usually be
depended upon to come up with a witty saying.
Ed's greatest desire is to get an "A" in gym.
Activities: Basketball l, 2, 3: Football lg Stu-
dent Council 2: Senior Play 4: Athletic Club 3, 4.
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NORA JOAN BENEKF,
"Nora ,loanie" Wallingford
Nora's always composing "Double Letters." An
energetic worker. she is usually found on Mon-
day and Friday out on the Band field saying,
"Oh, I dropped my baton." Her interests are
many, including oil painting, and the male pop-
ulation of homeroom 112. Secretly, she's training
as Senior Class Treasurer for future trials and
tribulations as the first woman Treasurer of the
U. S. Physical or occupational therapy really
Activities: Student Council 1, 3, 4: Class Treas
urer 2, 3, 43 Publicity Club 2g Band 2, 3, 4:
Basketball 2, 3, 4: Senior Play 4.
"Berger" Sproul Estates
Carol's car is stalled again!! She must have
left the radio on after listening to jazz all
evening. A future social worker, Carol dreams of
flying an airplane and being on the stage.
Activities: Marcus Hook: Student Council 1:
Basketball 1: Hockey 1: Ridley Park: Chorus
25 Basketball 2: Future Teachers' Club 2: Neth-
er Providence: Band 4: Press Club 3, 4: Bark
4g Senior Play 4: Dramatics Club 3: Publicity
Club 3: Yearbook Business Manager 4.
"Pat" Garden City
Pat came to us from Chester High School dur-
ing our senior year. She has demonstrated her
skill as an expert photographer. Secretly, Pat
would like to become a crime reporter for the
Chester Times, but we foresee a future in which
she will put her stenographic skill to use.
Activities: Chester. High School: Chorus lg
Homeroom Treasurer 3: Yearbook 2: Dramatics
".loycie" South Media
,Ioycie is always full of fun. Among her inter-
ests are dancing, green Dodges, and Dick. She
claims that she would like to become a WASP.
Activities: Swimming Club 2: Photography
Club lg Nursing Club 2: Publicity Club gl Sen-
ior Play House Committee 4.
"Good show." A favorite expression by Rolf,
who was quite an actor in our Senior Play.
Usually seen underua car or over at Connie's.
Rolf would like to make an "accompanied" tour
around the world in a kayak. His true aim is to
become a successful mechanical engineer and to
Activities: Basketball 2g Senior Play 4-3 Aero-
nautics 2, Auto Mechanics 34 Surveying 4.
VAN NETTA BREWARD
Van came from Kensington H. S. in the 10th
grade. She is a well liked member of the class.
She spends part of her time dreaming of be-
coming a nurse.
Activities: Kensington High School: Nursing
Club 29 Nether Providence: Senior Play Com-
"Bobby" Carden City
"Swen sen?" What's that, some Chinese food?
It happens to be an expression from Bob's ex-
clusive language. Being quite athletic, Bob has
participated in all sports offered at N. P. He
would like to make his mark in the field of
Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4-g Basketball 1,
2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Council
1, 2g Varsity Club 2, 3, 4.
Go to a party in West Chester or down to the
"Welsh" and there you will find Ronnie. Plan-
ning to marry l"when l'm readynl Ronnie wants
to make sure the man she marries has plenty of
3533. This girl has a yen for Cadillac converti-
Activities: Riding Club 1: Chorus 2: Photog-
raphy Club 2: Library Club 3: Future Nurses,
Jeanie came to us from Media High in her
senior year. Adapting herself very quickly, Jean-
ie's interest is friendly people. She will be a big
asset to some fortunate boss when she becomes
an office worker.
Activities: Media High School: Hockey 1, 2.
"Zep" Avondale Knolls
Zep, the math wizard, is well on his way to
making Einstein look like an amateur. A boy of
many interests, he is usually found sailing, bowl-
ing or playing basketball. Zep's hope for the
future is to become a millionaire. He will prob-
ably succeed if he follows through as a chemical
Activities: Bark Staff 3: Business Manager 4:
Senior Play Program Chairman 4: Scott's Hi-Q 4-3
Surveying Club 4: Aeronautics 3.
"Lock" Garden City
Lock, a serious minded boy, can usually be
found at the Garden City Fire House. His two
great loves are fire trucks and money. He is
quite active in fire house functions. Lock would
like to become a bricklayer.
Activities: Junior Varsity Football 33 Athletic
Club 1, 2, 3, 4-.
An energetic member of the class of '57, Al
is usually located in a sail boat, in the midst of
"girls" or plugging for Hfree Gasoline." An am-
bitious worker on various committees, Alex is a
great salesman and you may often hear him say,
"All right gang, let's hit the homeroomsf' His
greatest desire is to tear up the U. S. Govern-
ment food contract with the cafeteria. Seriously,
though, Alex wishes to specialize in aeronautical
Activities: Baseball 2, 3, 4, Bark 4-g Aeronaut-
ics Club 2, Auto Mechanics 3, Surveying Club 4..
JENNIE LOWE DORAN
"Jen" Rose Valley
Jennie Lowe has been selected to represent
the school in District and State Orchestras. She
is often heard saying, "Don't be bitter." Jennie
secretly hopes to marry a rich executive and live
on Rittenhouse Sq., though, until then, she would
like to he a music education teacher.
Activities: Senior Chorus 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3,
4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Chairman of Follies
Tickets Committee 3, District Band 3, District
Orchestra 3, State Orchestra 35 County Insti-
tute Band Orchestra and Chorus 1, 2, 3.
"Gene" Garden City
Cene's cutting Senior Chorus again! They
just don't sing "long hair" music therell Could
be basketball or blondes on his mind. Looking
into the future we see him as an M. D. in a
cancer research laboratory.
Activities: Band l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 33
Senior Play 4, Senior Chorus 2, 3, 43 Basketball
2, 3, 4: Boys' Chorus 2, 3, Scott's Hi-Q 3, 4,
Yearbook staff 4.
'4Ed" Briar Park
An outstanding member of our class, Ed came
to us from Abington High School in his junior
year. Plunging directly into our situation, Ed soon
attained a high scholastic standing. In extra-
curricular activities he definitely doesn't take
a back seat. Ed's main interest is reported to be
"money." He hopes to pursue a career in en-
Activities: Newspaper l, 2, Student Council
2, 4, Basketball Manager 2, 3, 45 Football Man-
ager 3, Scott's Hi-Q 3g Yearbook 4, Senior
Play 4, Homeroom Officer 3g Club Officer 3.
"Killer" Pine Ridge
The Killer, a hard-working boy with unequaled
spirit, won the Junior Hoy Award for out-
standing feeling and determination. Having many
and varied interests which include athletics, chess,
and camping, his character is typified by his
secret hope of recovering a fumble and scoring
a football T. D. Dave would like to pursue a
career in the sciences. particularly biology.
Activities: Football l, 2. 3. 4, Baseball l, 2,
3, 45 Senior Chorus 3, 4, President of Chess
Club 3, 4.
"Oh, to have a date with Elvis" is a favorite
expression of Fitz, a solid member of the sen-
ior class. Usually seen before a pile of french
fries, Fitz also has a terrible crush on black and
Activities: Senior Chorus 2, 3, 4: Dramatics
Club 2, Publicity Club 2g Press Club 4: Hockey
35 Basketball 2, 3, 4: Senior Play 4.
"Fig" Pine Ridge
Variety . . . that's Bob! You never know
what he'll be up to next-tinkering with his
Hi-Fi, that dance band, piano tuning or bowl-
ing. He wishes that he could ride under a train
as a "Knight of the Road", but seriously, he
aspires to become an M. D.
Activities: Band 1, 2, 39 Orchestra 1, 2, 3,
Scott's Hi-Q 3, 4, Class Vice President 3, 45
Football lg Senior Chorus 3, 4: Bark Editor 4.
Carol's varied interests include: ice skating,
oak orchard, tall boys, "Bessie," Chief's Dances,
football games, and-swabbiesl Planning to be
a stenographer, Carolyn yearns to hook a tall
Activities: Lansdowne-Aldan: Bowling 1, 2g
Senior Chorus. Nether Providence: Library Club
3, Future Nurses' Club 4.
"Jo" Sproul Estates
.lo came to us from Eddystone High in her
Junior year. Interests in music, reading, "'50
Ford Convertibles", Jo desires to visit Europe.
Activities: Publicity Club 3g Photography 4g
Barby is usually heard saying "I'l1 never tell."
Next to Tommy, she has a mad crush on ham-
burgers! Her secret ambition is to speed up State
Street. We're sure that she will be a successful
Activities: Orchestra lg Dramatic Club 23
Sewing Club 35 Chairman of Football Food
gonlcession 35 Band 2, 43 Senior Play 45 Press
"Gretz" Pine Ridge
"Tough break camper!" That sounds like
Gretz. Known for his "Different" hats, Gretz
secretly hopes to be a professional bleacher mov-
er. He intends to major in business administra-
Activities: Chess Club 3g Game Club 4.
'tDon't know, do ya?" "l'll never tell!" These
are the favorite expresions of well-liked Alice.
Her most time consuming activity is keeping the
twins out of trouble. She will be an outstanding
Activities: Publicity Club 2, 3, 4g Vice-Presi-
dent 3, Candy sales chairman 25 Senior Play
Make Up Committee Chairman 4g Bark 4-g Year-
book 4g Christmas Card Chairman 4.
Usually seen at the speaking end of a mega-
phone, Les is a girl overflowing with spirit. Her
secret ambition is to play center for the Minnea-
polis Lakers. She is quite interested in solving
everyone's problems, and she would like to be-
come a high school teacher.
Activities: Senior Chorus 2, 3, 43 Cheerlead-
ing 2, 3. Captain 4g Student Council 2, 3g
Sec. 4-g Hockey 2, 3, Senior Play 4g Varsity
Club 2, 3, 4.
MABEL ANN JONES
"Ann" Carden City
"Swabbies and a '57 Ford convertible" are
Ann's main interests. An outstanding member
of the senior class, Ann is usually seen on a
ferris wheel or in Oak Orchard. We foresee a
happy future as an ambitious stenographer.
Activities: Library Club 1, 25 Future Nurses'
Club 3, 4-g Senior Chorus 2.
"Kirk" Avondale Knolls
A really hard worker, Kirk's efforts have been
rewarded by being elected to the class office of
President four years in succession. He is often
heard exclaiming, "Testi What Test??!!!" Kirk
secretly hopes to sell all aluminum storm win-
dows and screens on television, though his true
life aims have not been decided.
Activities: Football I, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2,
3, 4: Student Council 1, 2, 3, Class President
I, 2, 3, 4: Senior Chorus 4: Varsity Club 3, 4.
"Speed" Carden City
What will lunch time be like at N. P. without
Speed's dancing and flirting? At the present
time he has three main interests: dancing, girls,
and cars. It's hard to believe Speed'll ever set-
tle down to a career like mechanical engineer-
ing, but when he does, he is sure to be success-
Activities: Football I, 2, 3: Basketball Ig Base-
ball 1: Auto Mechanics Club 2, 3, 4: Varsity
Club 3, 4: Senior Chorus 4: Senior Play Com-
"Bob" Garden City
When Bob came to us in his junior year, it
was definitely Chester's loss and our gain. His
interests include basketball, baseball, foods, cars,
and girls. After becoming successful in the field
of business administration. he intends to retire
at the ripe old age of 30,
Activities: Chester High School: Biology Club
25 Linguist Club 2: Photography Club 3.
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"Nance" Pine Ridge
Nance came to us from Marple Newtown High
where she was quite active in the musical pro-
gram. Although music is her main line, she is
quite a home economist, often found knitting,
cooking, or baby-sitting. She secretly desires to
travel to the land of kangaroos. She has all that
it takes to become an outstanding psychologist.
Activities: Marple Newtown: Band l, 2g Senior
Chorus l, 2, Nether Providence: Band 3, 4-g
Orchestra 3g Senior Chorus 3, 49 Senior Play 4g
Yearbook 45 Homeroom Secretary 4.
'iSusie" Bowling Green
A girl over-flowing with energy and school
spirit is Susie. Outstanding also because of her
red-hair, Susie wishes it were another color, 'ESU
kids wouldn't Call me Reds." Sue has always
been interested in biology, and she would like to
work in a biological laboratory in the future.
Activities: Hockey J. V. 2, Varsity 3, 4g Bas-
ketball J. V. 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Cheerleading
J. V. 1, 2, 3, fco-captaini, Varsity 4g Press
Club 4, Home Room Secretary 2, 3g Treasurer
li Vice President 4.
"Pearliei' Sproul Estates
What's on Pearl's mind besides football, base-
ball, basketball, and French flash cards? Sur-
prise parties, jokes, piano teachers, acting, blind
dates and-older men. Planning to work for the
government, Pearl secretly desires a date with
Activities: Ridley Township: Student Council
1, 2g Charm Club 13 Theatre Club 2g choral
speaking 2, Chorus 1. Nether Providence: Scott's
Hi-Q 3, 4g Senior Play Cast 43 Yearbook editor
4, Press Club 3, 4g Sewing Club 3g Chorus 4.
"Bill" Sproul Estates
Television, parties, sleeping, records, andf
M. T. M.l! That's what Bill likes! Also, hed
like to get rich!
Activities: Smedley Junior High School: Foot-
ball 15 Track 15 Military Club 15 Chester High:
Football 25 Track 25 Student Council 25 Ara-
matics Club 25 Nether Providence: Auto Me-
chanics Club 3.
"Molly-O" Bowling Green
N. P.'s '52 graduating class holds some at-
traction for Molly as do Media graduates and
the US Navy. Nothing thrills her more than
a blue motorcycle and a '51 Ford. When ask-
ed about her future plans, Molly replies, 'iCal-
ifornia, here I come!"
Activities: Chorus 1, 25 Debating Club 25
Library Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Photography Club 45
Senior Play lProductionD 4.
"Marty" Winding Lane
Talk about variety! That's Marty with her
sports interest. Vermont. egg-salad sandwiches,
sea-plane rides, French class, fun, and animals!
"Gosh, an "A" in Chemistry." dreams Marty.
who wants to do anything involving math-
Activities: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1,
2, 35 Varsity Club 2. 3, 45 Debating Club 25
Eubllicity Club 2, 35 Chef Club 35 Band 15 Year-
Hayes likes singing, girls, cars, and money!
And some day he'll be seen traveling all over
the U. S. For Hayes the future holds a good job
Activities: Basketball 1, Football 1, 2, Base-
ball 1. 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Chorus
2. 3, 4, Radio Club 3, Auto Mechanics Club 3, 4.
"J udy', Wallingford
What are Judy's interests? Silly question?
Marty, of course! She saves a little time for pop-
ular music, ridiculous situations and Food. Mar-
riage and a family are part of Judy's future
Activities: Chorus 1, President 3, 4, Cheer-
leading 1, 2, 3, co-captain J. V. Hockey 2, 3,
Class Secretary 1, Home Room Vice President
1, Secretary 3, 4, Publicity Club 2, 3, 4, Vice
President, Sketch Club 2, Band 3, 4, Sergeant
at arms, Senior Play Cast 4, Yearbook 4, Dec-
oration 1, 2, 3, 4.
Batons and Nancy are inseparable. What about
those "three musketeersn? There's our future
teacher now, with Robbie and Fitzie, painting
another football sign. S'Gosh, I wish I could stay
here for two more years,', sighs Nance.
Activities: Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Chorus
2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, Publicity Club 3, 4,
Student Council 1, Future Teachers' Club 3,
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Press Club 4.
Where's Ronnie? With a girl, in a car or on
the way to some sporting event. But why does
this future mechanical engineer wish he lived in
Beverly, Mass., during the school year?
Activities: Football 1, Band 1, Baseball 1,
2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Student Coun-
Painting another football sign! And Nancy,
Fitzie and Lesley are there too. When she isn't
painting a sign she's twirling or knitting, or
driving a Dodge. She will make an important
contribution to the field of nursing.
Activities: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Band lMajorettel
1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, Future Nurse Club
3, Publicity Club 3, Student Council 4, Bas-
ketball 3, 4, Senior Play tcastl 4.
Chewing gum, sewing, hillbilly music. Sum'
also likes Sunset Park and hour-long phoni-
calls. But most of all, a blue Plymouth. Renick
High School and DALE! As for the future, Sue
says she wants to live in West Virginia and,
"1'll send you an announcement!"
Activities: Chorus 1, Photography Club 2:
Draniatics Club 2, Press Club 3, Student Coun-
cil 3, 4, Bark 3, Yearbook 4, Senior Play 4.
"Maja" Rose Valley
Maja, a foreign exchange student, came to us
from Ris High School, Oslo, Norway. Her pleas-
ant smile and her sincere attitude have helped
her to win many friends during her short stay
Activities: N. P. Bridge Club 43 Costume
Chairman, Senior Play 4.
"Judy" Bowling Green
Judy with ber power packed Chevie with the
stick-shift! She's listening to Eddy Duchin, eat-
ing licorice and ice-cream, and trying to avoid
that Bark Deadline! She is determined to be an
eminent marine biologist.
Activities: Hockey 1, 29 Debating Club 25 Bas-
ketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Scott's Hi-Q 33 Varsity Club
3, 4, Student Council 3, Press Club 4, Senior
Chorus 3, 4.
There's Skip working on the "Rat" this carl:
talking about steaks, 35 3 3, and Girls. Skip plans
to work for Sun Oil Company in the future.
Activities: Baseball 19 Basketball 1, 2, 4-g Foot-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4g Varsity Club 3, 4-g Auto Me-
chanics Club 2, 3.
"Sapo Ili' Sproul Estates
Ann is rarely seen without her knitting, but
jvhen she does take time out for something else,
it's reading or jazz. Secretly yearning to be able
to "have a hot fudge sundae whenever l want
one," Ann plans to wget married and live hap-
pily ever after."
Activities: Chorus 1, 3, 49 Hockey 1, 2, mana-
ger 3g Basketball manager 2g Photography Club
2g Publicity Club 35 Yearbook 4g Press Club 4g
Senior Play 4.
Looking for Smitty? He's eating or involved in
some sport-maybe bowling. He is interested also
in girls, sometimes. His future plans and am-
bitions are to get married, have a lot of money,
Activities: Football 1, 2, 3g Varsity Club 4g
Auto-Mechanics Club 23 Band lg Orchestra 1.
Versatility is not one of Slit-llic-'s characteris-
tics, it is her way of life. Int:-rests in everything
from stuffed animals to cottage cllei-se, lu-r first
dr-sire is to clear out the oltl Student Lounge. She
plans to lwcome a psychologist.
Activities: Basketball J. V. 2, Varsity 31 Cheer-
leading J. V. 2. Varsity 3, 4: Class Treasurer
lg Class Secretary 23 Home Room Presitlvnt 3g
Student Council 2, Vice President President
4, Senior Play 4.
"N1arcie" Carden City
Painting again??? "Obi lt's an assignment
for art school." If not painting. then it's hooks,
clothes. driving, cooking, or boys which occupy
N1areie's tinie. This busy girl is forever dreaming
of her own convertible and a career in nursing
Activities: Basketliall 1, Future Teachers'
Club 3g Photography 4, Yearbook 4.
The finer arts are Harriefs interests-art, the
theater, ballet dancing, but also science and
stamp collecting. Secretly wishing to be prima
ballerina with the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo,
she plans to train for a career in dancing.
Activities: Library Club 1, 2, 3g Folk Dancing
Club 25 Dramatics Club 33 Senior Chorus 3.
"Tom" Rose Valley
If Tom isn't playing basketball, tennis, base-
ball, or singing, he-'s thinking of graduation,
"Bev", and the future. He'd like to get married
and live in Virginia. He wants to become a
Activities: Explorers Club 15 Football lg Bark
35 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 3, 4, Senior
Chorus 3, 43 Varsity Club 4, Athletic Club 4-3
Boys' Chorus 2, 3.
Food, movies, pizza, gum, sports, jokes, slum-
ber parties, station wagons. and most of all
Media High School are ,Ioan's main interests.
Undecided about her future plans, Joan dreams
of becoming a millionaire over night.
Activities: Riding Club lg Senior Chorus 2g
Dance Club 2g Basketball 24 Library Club 3g
Yearbook 4g Senior Play Production 45 Photog-
raphy Club 4.
"Nehill" Pine Ridge
H0w's that chess game going? Bob's likes also
include coins, golf, and basketball. Oh, how he
yearns to make a million dollars!! He might
just do that, since he's interested in advertising
Activities: Game Club lg Aero-Mechanics Club
2g Chess Club 3. 43 Coin Club 43 Bridge Club
43 Senior Chorus 4.
Where there's a basketball court there's Sam!!
That is, unless he is watching a boxing match.
Sam plans to he a Physical Education Teacher.
Activities: Game Club lg Student Council 11
Auto Mechanics Club 35 Basketball l, 2, 3. 4g
Athletic Club 2, 3. 43 Varsity Club 2, 3. 4.
You never can tell where you'll find Ditty,
he's interested in sports, cars, bowling, music,
girls, fishing, and making money. He hopes to
become a doctor.
Activities: Student Council 1, Basketball 1,
Baseball 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, Press Club
l, 2, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4.
Bob's usually found "out of class" on some
'Slegalw task. A class clown, he can be depended
upon to invent a witty saying at a crucial mo-
ment. Bob's interests include mechanics and
sports, being elected co-captain of the '56 foot-
ball team. His secret ambition is to drop the
Bell Optican. He plans for a business future.
Activities: Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Var-
sity Club 3, Treasurer 4, Basketball manager 2,
3, 4, Senior Play Stage Manager 4, Senior
Chorus 4, Auto Mechanics 3.
W. ROBERT WHITE
"Bob" Winding Lane
Having a keen interest in sports, Bob has been
outstanding in our football, baseball and basket-
ball teams. He has shown his versatility in foot-
ball this year by playing every position in the
backfield. He aspires to win 7 varsity letters. In
the future Bob would like to become a coach.
Activities: Football, J. V. 2, Varsity 3, 4,
Basketball, J. V. 2, Varsity 3, 4, Baseball, Varsity
2, 3, 4, Press Club 2, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4,
Home Room President 2.
"Millie" South Media
Millie is forever playing the piano, singing,
dancing or driving a Buick. She plans to be a
telephone or switchboard operator.
Activities: Senior Chorus 1: Sketch Club 2:
Future Nurses' Club 3: Photography Club 4:
Senior Play Production 4.
"Little Rich" and Studebakers are usually on
Fran's mind. Found behind a typewriter Fran
has done a great job for the Yearbook this year.
In her spare time she's usually talking to Mr.
Dorsaneo. Fran also enjoys collecting "human
souvenirs." She would like to follow a steno-
Activities: Senior Ball Decorating Committee
4: Yearbook 43 Photography Club 4: Senior
Chorus 4: Junior Chorus 1: Riding Club 1:
Dance Club 2.
DOROTHY JEAN YANCE
Dottie came to us from Notre Dame in her
sophomore year. She is definitely an exception to
the "dumb blonde" philosophy. Dot is quite a
gal! Interested in football, clothes, and people
in general, she plans to work in Public Rela-
Activities: Notre Dame: Student Court 1:
Glee Club 13 Orchestra lg Cheerleading 1:
Nether Providence: Scott's Hi Q 2, 3, 4: Or-
chestra 2, 3: Band 3, 4: Chorus 3: Sales Chair-
man 2: F.T.A. 3: Yearbook Feature Editor 4:
Senior Play Cast 4.
Forever telling jokes, eating, and cutting Eng-
lish Class, Russ likes sports, cars, and girls. He
is joined by all other linemen in his secret as-
piration to score a touchdown. lf you need any-
thing notarized l0 years from now, see Russ, the
C. P. A.
Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Varsity Club
2, 3, 45 Auto Mechanics 25 Athletic Club 3,
Senior Play Committee 4.
HTex-Shorty-Chicoi' Spring Haven
Outstandingly active in church functions, Galen
is usually found in the midst of the youthful
social group. Chico is quite a speed demon, hav-
ing a keen interest in water skiing, speed boats,
and Oldsmobiles. His greatest hope is to get an
"A" in a major "Trig test." ln the future Galen
will make a major contribution to the medical
profession as an outstanding surgeon.
Activities: Radio Club 2, Auto Mechanics 2,
33 Senior Chorus 4, Baccalaureate Organist 3.
'LWeezy" Garden City
Knitting socks, again?? Louise likes leaving
football games with Molly Orr, slumber parties,
gum chewing, and records. With no specific plans
for the future, she yearns to take a trip around
the world, be a very tactful person, and-to
Activities: Chorus l, 23 Photography Club 2,
4g Library Club 35 Yearbook 4, Senior Play
We, the class of 1957, being of sound mind and body, do make, decree
and publish this, our last will and testament.
Ed Baker transfers his favorite health classes to Tom Allen
Martha Bendinsky offers all of her typing corrections to Marion Keeley.
Nora Joan Beneke hands down the question "ls Tex Beneke really your
father?" to her brother, Craig, Class of '67,
Carol Berger gives her long pony tail to Arlene Sklar.
Joyce Beulah wills her 'fBosses" in her office training class to Sonja Beulah.
Pat Bocehino donates all her trouble and her love for typing to Ann
Van Netta Breward turns over all of her troubles to Connie.
Rolf Brunner bestows his English grammar to Brook Plummer with these
words: "I didn,t want it, and you need it, so take it."
Bob Bunner's ability to get interquarterlies goes to Buddy Cooper.
Ruthann Caldwell wills her ability to pass shorthand to Pat Scott.
Jean DeShields hands down the fun she had at N. P. to her sister, Betty Ann.
Alex Diament assigns his traffic tickets to whoever will accept them.
Lockard Donnellyls bookkeeping is left to Tom fKillerj Allen.
Jennie Lowe Doran bequeaths her appreciation and thanks to the N. P.
faculty for being "friends" as well as teachers.
Dave Elliott opens his locker for any unfortunate underclassmen who ac-
quire it next year.
Gene Edynack is just going to leave N. P.
Ed Farkas passes on Camp Pocono to Larry Hoffman.
Bob Figlio's "Bark" worries are transferred to Sue Roderick.
Pat F itzSimons bestows those energetic gym class exercises to Sandy Custer.
Carole Frame presents all her E's to Marilyn Mac Indoe.
Jo-Anne Gates hands down her height to Carol Nugent.
Karl Gretzinger tosses all his hats to Pete Timms.
Barbara Hammer requests that her ability to be late for classes be given
to Betty Mooney and Ed Smith.
Lesley Hassis takes off ten pounds to give to next year's football team.
Alice Haubner graciously transfers her taxi license to her twin sisters and
Mabel Ann Jones passes out her extra demerits to Billy Martin.
Bill Kirchgasser blindly wills his 4:5 eyes to Penny Laird.
Bob Martin leaves his seat in the cafeteria to Clem Bloodsworth.
Speed McElwee reserves the cafeteria corner wall to the up and coming
Nancy Miller bequeaths her trombone mouthpiece to Artie Plotts.
Sue Miller wishes to present the great times she had in gym classes to
Mary Lou Sweeney.
Pearl Millman's yearbook problems go to next year's editor.
Bill Mitchell bestows his ability to pass tests to Bob Everett.
Marty Mulloy expresses her hopes for an undefeated season to next year's
Molly Orr leaves her good times in Media to Nancy Ferris.
Judy Patterson leaves a certain red convertible to Richard Sapovits.
Hayes Pennington wishes to pass on his careful driving to his cousin Betty.
Nancy Perrine wills her ability to drop batons and lead the band over the
fence to Reenie Cooper.
Bonnie Pilchard secretly gives out all of his favorite parking places to
Sue Robinson's careful driving ability goes to Irene Hickman and Howard
Nancy Robison offers her best wishes to Donnie Henasey and her brother
Judy Rode willingly leaves her diction sheets and soccer skills to N. P.'s
next lucky senior girls.
Maja Buge bequeaths her best wishes for a happy year to the next ex-
Skip Sampson hands down his football jersey f2lj to his brother.
Ann Sapovits bequeaths to Nancy Ferris all of Media with the exception
Rochelle Schwartz wills her deepest regards to Mr. Kline.
Bob Smith hasn't anything left to give.
Harriet Stallings leaves to Mr. Boorse her respect for all persons in the
Marcella Stephens says she's sorry, but she is taking all her belongings
Tom Stipe offers his even disposition to John Baker.
Joan Talbot sticks her ability of not getting caught chewing gum on Dotty
Sam Wakefield bestows his sweat shirt to Dave Condliff.
Bob Weiler leaves his gym clothes to any one.
Bob Weinberg sneaks his ability to get out of classes to Andy
Ditty Weitzman wills his trigonometry mark to Brook Plummer.
Bob White hands down all of his sports equipment to his brothers.
Mildred Williams wills all the fun in Biology class to Joyce
Schocley and Judy Sanders.
Dot Yance hands down her color guard position to her sister.
Frances Yori leaves her title as one of the wander-
ing twins to Marian Keeley.
Galen Young hands down 6" of height to Sidney
Russell Zerbey presents his interest in English to
anyone who wants the E.
Louise Zettlemoyer wills everything she has to her
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W e know what we are, but know not
what we may be,
Hamlet III, V.
First row: F. Kandybowski, M. Maclndoe, C. Kummer, D. Santorsola, C. Krebs, J. Maclntyre,
C. Watkins, R. Megonegal. Second row: M. Steinberg, J. Mitchell, B. Jones, B. Plummer, L.
Morrow, J. Melpolder. Third row: M. Walz, M. Keeley, C. Mac Askill, K. Ward, N. Winner,
M. Kimmel, C. Morgan. Fourth row: A. Plitnik, G. Clement, B. Traub, R. Marshall.
First row: S. Custer, A. Campbell, M. Cohen, J. Saunders, K. O'Shaughnessy, J. Meyers, E. lsherg
L. Junkins. Second row: J. Baile, T. Condliff, R. Rice, R. Allen, W. Day, J. Bertram, H. Bloom
J. Barnett. Third row: D. Petrikin, M. Plummer, J. Dennis, K. Settle, S. Roderick, J. Concello
P. Duff, D. Day. Fourth row: T. Bennetta, J. Brown, T. Allen, C. Bloodsworth, K. Baylor.
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Officers: T. Edwards, Treas-
urerg W. Jones, Vice Presi-
dent: R. Kellman. Presidentg
C. Morgan, Secretary.
The junior class should have little trouble in filling the empty places that will be
left by the graduating class because of its many members who are already leaders in
the school. Under the able sponsorship of Mrs. Junkins, Mr. Kline, and Mr.
Megonigal the class has been truly successful. The result of their efforts in the candy
sale has shown a great profit to the class. Contributing their efforts to the programs
of the school, the class was a great asset in planning and decorating for the Junior-
To the juniors we leave the task of keeping high the name of Nether Providence
High School. We extend to them our best Wishes as future seniors.
First row: P. Scott, B. Jaszczalt, M. Bennetta, N. Ferris, S. Ether, J. Ferrari, A. Sklar, S. Seville,
G. Kline. Second row: T. Edwards, B. Scherer, M. Jones, M. Goldberg, B. Henasey. S. Harris,
B. Everett. Third row: .l. Hannigan, E. Fellman, B. McCay, E. Tillett, J. Scafidi, B. Fogg. Fourth
row: J. Sisson, B. Fithian, B. Heilig, R. Harris, J. Baker, D. Jones.
The class of '59 has participated in many activities throughout the year. They have
represented our school well in all fields of school activity through the guidance and
assistance of their class sponsors, Mr. Canamucio, Mr. Jackson, lVIr. Stratoti, and
Miss Law. Their spirit of workmanship was ably displayed in the success of both the
Soph Hop and the food concession. They did an expert job in handling the Christmas
and Easter candy sales. A great deal can be expected from this class which has so
much to offer in the classroom, on the athletic fields and in all areas of activity.
First row: D. Leflar, S. Hayes,
J. Haubner, P. Hatten, J. How-
lett, M. Ferraro, N. Johnson, I.
Hickman, L. Jackson. Second
row: S. Getty, J. Keyser, C.
Harding, J. Huffman, D. Israel,
H. Haas, J. Fletcher, H. Rice.
Third row: H. Giles, M. Hollar,
S. Kerr, V. Honan, S. Huff, I.
Hunter, B. Greer, C. Hixson, T.
Hogge, T. Lachman, J. Field, R.
Jones, C. Figlio, J. Cushman, D.
Graves, B. Jackson, T. Jones.
First row: S. Ralston, J. Moore,
S. Ferris, K. Poulsen, C. Ousey,
M. Roan, J. Mosser, M. Haub-
ner, J. Randall, M. Law. Second
row: J. Pilkington, A. Plotts, J.
McCullough, D. MacDade, P.
Lewicki, J. Linck, A. Mowery, J.
Mangino. Third row: J. Mow-
bray, I. Morton, J. Rothfuss, M.
Nicolaides, J. Montgomery, B.
Prall, S. Milliken, M. Mitchell.
Fourth row: R. Rose, W. Schupp,
Officers: J. Haubner, Treasurer,
J. McCullough, Vice Presidentg
L. Green, Secretary, B. Greer,
First row: L. Goldstein, M. L.
Sweeney, C. Cotton, S. Webb, J.
Tumolo, B. Warburton, M. Webb,
L. Stelle, L. Stratoti. Second row:
J. Shockley, J. Zerhy, T.
Shmanda, D. Wrzensniewski, C.
Trickle, E. Smith, N. Wyman, H.
Worrell. Third row: P. Timmins,
J. Weller, C. Vogel, L. Wootlall,
J. Wisdom, J. Wisdom, Y. Webb.
Fourth row: R. Seola. J. Wix,
E. Spencer, R. Earle, J. Humph-
reys, B. White, L. Sehwartz.
First row: S. Cambell, P. Eddy,
J. Ewald. B. Elliot. R. Bailey, S.
Beulah. D. Biedling, M. Bunner.
D. Dooley, J. Canamueio. Second
row: B. Evans, J. Burroughs, B.
Bullington. E. Bendinsky, R.
Acton. B. Ardern, W. Donnelly,
J. David. Third row: B. Cooper,
C. Breward. A. Castellan. A.
Bridge, A. Birney. A. Bledsoe,
H. Birney, B. Delaney. Fourth
row: A. Allen, B. Dutton, B.
Thompson, R. Bragg, C. Carlisle,
First row: D. Young, C. Feight,
D. Harris, P. Fielder, B. Bakia,
M. Irion, M. Hassis, M. Phillips.
Second row: T. Cirone, M. Gold-
man, C. Gravel, M. Goldberg, J.
Howe, A. Gardner, M. Horna.
Third row: D. Killen, E. Hedg-
man, A. Egbert, C. Foreacre, R.
Hughes. Fourth row: R. Petro-
sky, P. Gillespie, R. Ford, F.
Happersett, B. Hessler, F. Epp.
First row: K. Ikeda, J. Edwards,
J. Zeller, S. Eclternach, M. Ship-
pani, M. Dean, S. Seville, R
Clarke. Second row: A. Thomp-
son, F. Donnelly, C. Wrzesniew-
ski, J. Delia, B. Swink, M. Poirier
B. Irving. Third row: F. Donnelly?
D. Kerns, N. Ireland, S. McCay
Deans K Laaken W Seiuerd
J. , . . , .
Fourth row: B. Miller, B. Swave-
ly, Bill Bowden, B. Mollison, J
First row: D. Dorjey, M. Busha
B. cohen, M. Banks, J. ciememf
B. Clark, P. Bunner, H. Miller.
Second row: L. Cooper, D. Cond-
liff, G. Branch R. Copple, R
Caldwell, B. Biollinger, R. El:
cenko, J. Birney. Third row: R
Cocci, M. Borrehach, G. Arm-
strong, C. Barus, A. Donnell, S
Zinn, D. Birney, C. Compton
Fourth row: B. Culp, D. Benzell
B. Cheney, E. Bollinger, J. Beck,
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First row: B. Smith, C. Wells, E
Wakefield, J. Steinberg, K
Wiley, R. Sklar, F. Rostron
Second row: J. Sullivan, E. Web
ber, M. Torchiana, F. Vander
gracht, D. Sheller, J. Taylor, R
Winn. Third row: P. Timms, .l
Wolley, S. Skillman, D. Walton
C. Sweeney, B, Stegmaier, E
Wohlsen. Fourth row: J. Thomas
B. Shaw, D. Stephens, J. Willis,
R. Thomas, S. Steinberg, R.
First row: C. Kellman, B. Jones,
M. Kilpack, L. Jester, C. Kline,
J. Mathews, D. Kish, D. Loug-
head, Mr. Echtr-rnach. Second
row: S. Kahler, T. Lackman, R.
Millaway, W. Martin, W. Boyd,
Cv. Lear, W. Porterfield. Third
row: T. Mason, L. Lewis, M.
Metzgar, C. Lilley, C. Messi-
komer, H. Keates, K. Johnson. E.
Everett. Fourth row: G. Johnson,
N. Harris, B. Loudin, H. Logan,
First row: S. Olson, L. Robinson,
S. Norton, H. Reibrich, P. Scott,
B. Oxenford, J. Will. Second
row: F. Bettin, B. Pidcock, J.
Pavlock, N. Robinson, K. Ritchie,
G. Phillips, L. Rhymes. Third
row: .l. Schmitt, S. Settle, P.
Pfordt, L. Patrick, T. Protassow-
sky, J. Clark, C. Forbes, J.
Nichols. Fourth row: R. Rich,
B. Nugent, D. Barnes, J. Meyers,
R. Schoff, H. Passmore, D. Rock-
First row: M. Kubla, J. Mat-
thews .l. Leheis J. Lon M
, y gv -
Mancill, M. Hornaday, C. Wlil-
liams, E. Leondarcl. Second row:
J. McCurdy, D. Henasey, G.
Krebs, T. Laws, E. Hogge, S
Irving, F. Kilpatrick, S. Kubla
Third row: T. Laws, S. Hixson
S. Kirkpatrick, P. McClellan, E
Marks, M. Hflgg, B. Hickman.
Fourth row: P. Israel, S. Kauff
man, E. Marvel, G. Mateyo, R
First row: C. Ryder, L. Mc-
Whirter, B. Morton, M. Breuer,
C. Milliken. S. Morgan, E.
O'Shaughnessy. T. Walters. Sec-
ond row: D. Mcllwanin, C. Mac-
Intyre, P. Meara, A. Richardson,
T. Mowery, R. Monastero, D.
Pyle, J. Platt. Third row: B.
Durkin, .l. Nicholas, S. Schroth,
C. Reynolds, G. Roderick. Fourth
row: E. Moore, E. Montgomery,
.l. Rank, J. Richardson, A. Plotts,
J. Plamer, D. Restucci.
First row: R. Harper, S. Thress,
P. Yaros, F. Rentz, D. Christy,
S. Harris, F. Bowen, A. Baker.
Second row: M. Castellan, W.
Harlon, C. Cuff, B. Yaros, S.
Young, D. Harwick, C. Schure-
man, S. Dawson. Third row: R.
Schupp, G. Clark, J. Scafidi, W
Klingersmith, R. Sapovits, D
Wix, S. Wood. Fourth row: O
Moat, R. Daley, D. Hillman, J
Diamicis, J. Young, F. Sampson
First row: M. Armstrong, E.
Beck, L. Beck, E. Braxton, P.
Baile, S. Asselstine, Mrs. De
laney. Second row: J. Carhonara
P. Breitling, T. Bagley, H. Bre
ward. R. Ardern R Anthon
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Third row: A. Bennetta, G.
Baker. D. Blythe, S. Berger.
Fourth row: R. Bragg, B. Ber
man, K. Berry, .l. Blackson, L
Bertram, C. Beetle, M. Bloom.
First row: P. Scott, S. Scola, P.
Wilson, S. Sparks, A. Warwick,
H. Wisom, L. Lamberson, R.
Felker. Second row: P. White,
J. Waterbury, R. Tumolo, D.
Shay, J. Meyers, B. Graham, A.
Tracy. Third row: T. Wharton,
J. Trumpler, S. Winn, P. Thomp-
son, S. Ward. P. Voshell. Fourth
row: K. Welch, P. Weller, R.
Sullivan. L. Still, J. Stauffer, A.
Traub, E. Walker.
First row: S. Harding. B
Dresclier, L. Feldman, C. Levis
J. Deysher, N. Evans, J. Bur
roughs, Mr. Werner. Second row:
D. Delia, C. Bender, T. Green
J. Eastwood, F. Gillespie, D
Grooters, B. Eaton, B. Culver
R. Freeman. Third row: E. Ferr-
gri, L. Caldwell, M. Davis, C.
Cornelius, C. Hager, C. Dunham,
K. Fitz Simons, S. Edwards.
Fourth row: D. Day, C. Delaney,
G. Greenland, D. Cordray, W.
Harlon, R. Gualtieri, S. Dickey.
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First row: J. Pafker, C. Bettin,
S. Baile, N. Cohen, J. Carlson,
M. Cochran, E. Bunner, J. Ches-
ney. Second row: J. Bradley, J.
Braxton, R. Burt, T. Donnell, S.
Clymer, L. Davis, J. Davis, D.
Bressi. Third row: C. Baker, K.
Churchville, J. Breward, M. Bell,
D. Brooks, M. Bales, P. Clark,
R. Books. Fourth row: J. Bed-
sole, W. Baker, D. Allen, C.
Clements, T. Bollinger, A. Brown,
First row: C. Conly, M. Dorsey,
N. Copple, E. Evans, S. Didenko,
K. Stevens, B. Dean, Mr. Dor-
saneo. Second row: R. Godley,
J. Ecthernach, M. Goldberg, S.
Dodson, C. Paulson, W. Genay,
B. Donnelly, S. Enion. Third
row: D. Duff, S. Emerson, A.
Damsgaard, L. Egbert, D. Cowl-
ing, M. Doenes, C. Eddy. Fourth
row: S. Epp, L. Fogg, C. Evans,
I. Cooper, S. Darlington, A.
Gates, J. Fulton, H. Gillespie.
First row: E. White, C. Taylor,
P. Stipe, B. Hubbard, P. Shiran,
R. Wakefield, E. Woolley, V.
Renzulli. Second row: P. Web-
ber, W. Saraga, S. Sweely, P.
Woodrow, J. Robinson, A. Yar-
Third row: J. Seeney, C. Zett:
nall, R. Graham, J. Wilroy
lemoyer, G. Startzman, C. Tacke
S. Sparks, O. Webb, F. Spor
Fourth row: J. Siwarski, T
Woodall, D. Boss, H. Hillier, J
Van Langeveld, R. Shipman.
First row: C. Meek, L. Mathews
J. Meeder, J. Martin, L. Werner
N. Metzgar, C. Mason, M. Wil:
liams. Second row: A. Molette
K. Mclflwee, R. Lessey, T. King
R. Moreland, L. McE1wee, N
Lore, B. Lachman. Third row:
R. Kauffman, D. Manch, A
Klose, C. Lankford, M. Jones, J
Johnson, S. Lundell, B. Manch
S. Maters. Fourth row: E. Jones
P. Kellogg, T. Keeley, C. Mar:
shall, J. McDermutt, G. Mc-
First row: G. Rothfuss, B.
Mooey, S. Robert, E. Petroski,
S. Milow, C. Mowery, L. Clapp.
Second row: C. Hickey, D.
Moser, W. Reibrich, C. Bobin-
son, B. Pharaoh, J. Ritchie, C.
Pfordt. Third row: N. Nicolaides,
E. Patrick, M. Pennington, K.
Protassowky, J. Palo, A. Rum-
ford. Fourth row: J. Nutt, J.
Perry, P. Olson, R. Robinson, M.
Orpneck, J. Morton, C. Paul.
First row: C. Houck, J. Harlon,
E. Getty, B. Henasey, N. Herr-
ing, S. Evans, R. Ferraro, B. For-
rest, S. Seidel. Second row: L.
Graves, P. Horna, D. Jones, G.
Greer, L. Huffman, L. Heard, L.
Green, P. Green. Third row: D.
Gershkoff, A. Everett, G. Green,
C. Ford, V. Gardner, L. von-
Schbieben, T. Hoskins, B. Hires,
J. Foote. Fourth row: J. Henner-
son, G. Ham, R. Vera, R. Hibbs,
R. Hawley, B. Jenkins.
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Bottom row: Galen Young, Neal McElwee, Bob Weinberg, Bob White, Bob Smith, Molly Orr,
Susie Miller, Alice Haubner, Maja Ruge, Ann Sapovits, Weitzman. Top row: Nancy Robison,
Rochelle Schwartz, Pearl Millman, Nancy Miller, Gene Edynak, Dot Yance, Ed Farkas, Carol
Berger, Tom Stipe, Mr. Boorse, Judy Patterson, Rolf Brunner, Nora Joan Beneke, Barbara
Hammer, Pat FitzSimons, Leslie Hassis, Ed Baker.
The hilarious comedy, '4Men Are Like Street-
cars,', was presented Friday and Saturday nights,
November 9 and 10, by the Senior Class. The play,
which was directed by Mr. Boorse, was centered
around a typical teenager who managed to get
everyone into trouble with her theory on boy-
The work and the fun involved in presenting
the play will long be remembered by the cast and
the play committees.
MR. BOORSE, Director
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Lysbeth ,,....... ...,.,,.,.,,..., L ESLEY HASSIS
Maudie ............ .,,..,,.. J UDY PATTERSON
Mrs. Mason ......... .........,. C AROL BERGER
Sylvia .......,.... ...,,,...A. D OT YANCE
Ted ,,......,... .....,.,,,,.... E D FARKAS
Margaret ..,... ,.......,,, N ANCY MILLER
See! I told you so.
Mr. Mason ., ....,..,...........,,,... TOM STIPE
Jerry ......... .....,.........,.... G ENE EDYNAK
Joy .,....... ...,,... N ORA JEAN BENEKE
Davy ,,...., ......,,.,. R OLF BRUNNER
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Mrs. Day .,....... , ....,,..,.. NANCY ROBISON
Mrs. White ,,,.. ,.......,..,,,...,. P EARL MILLMAN
Mrs. Allen ....,.. .,,,.... R OCHELLE SCHWARTZ
Aren't they beautiful?
Let go of her, you wife beater! Disgusling. iSI1'I if?
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OFFICERS: J: Houck, Director, R. Figlio, L. Hassis, S. Seville.
SENIOR CHORUS-First row: S. Seville. I.. Hassis, E. Eisberg, S
Ralston, J. Randall, B. Fogg, N. Perrine, J. Mosser, J. Doran, S. Miller
B. Greer, S. Ether, J. Moore, M. Cohen, D. Dooley. C. MacLaughlin
C. Watkins, C. Krebbs, Miss Houck. Second row: P. Eddy, S. Campbell
N. Beneke, Hanigan, S. Milikin, M. Kimmel, S. Roderick, J. Rode
K. Ward, C. Nugent, N. Whimmer, P. FitzSimons, B. Hammer, J
Patterson, J. Wisdom, J. Wisdom, P. Millman, E. Tillet, J. Scafidi
Third row: Cv. Hixson, I. Morton, M. Nickolaides, H. Birney, R. Weiler
J. Huffman, L. Schwartz, J. Wix, S. Getty, A. Plotts, D. Elliott, M
Delaney, S. Huff, C. Ousey, D. Biedling. Fourth row: M. Jones, S
Harris, W. Kirchgasser, B. Sherer, D. McDade, R. Allen, G. Clement
E. Edynak, R. Metzler, C-. Young, T. Stipe, N. McElwee, R. White
H. Pennington, R. Weinberg, J. McCullough, J. Mitchell.
SECOND CHORUS---First row: K. O,Sl1aughnessey. D. Santorsola, M. Plummer, J. Howlett, B.
Jaszczalt. M. Whaly. Second row: M. Keel:-y, F. Yori. J. Dennis, C. Mac Kascal, L. Hickman,
S. Kew. M. Roan. 'lllird row: J. Houck. director, A. Sapovits. J. Ferrari, D. Day, P. Duff, M.
W'alz, I.. Crt-1-nm-. P. Timmins. Ii. llailey. S. Custer. Standing: A. Bridge, R. Fithian, D. Meyers,
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Seated, left to right: E. Farkas, C. Berger, D. Yance, P. Millman, M. Stephens C Young C
Edynak. Standing: A. Hauhner, N. Miller, L. Zettlemoyer, S. Robinson, M. Mulloy F Yon ,I
Talbot, J. Patterson, A. Sapovits, and L. Hassis.
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Marcella Stephens ....... .......
Eugene? Edynak ...,...
Edward Farkas ,....
Carol Berger ...,,
The Non Pareil Staff is a capable group of journalists under the supervision of
Mr. Joseph Canamucio. The group, composed of Seniors, works throughout the year
for one goal . . . the production of an outstanding annual.
Those who have worked on the staff have gained an inward wealth of class
closeness" and it is with-pride that they present this year's edition of the Non Pareil
Put together the leadership of Bob Figliog the advice of Mr. Stratotig the able Bark
staff 3 and the Press Club which contributes many articlesg and you have the unbeat-
able combination which makes our self-supporting newspaper better than ever!
The members of the staff will long remember every issue, along with the fun and
hard work that contributed to their publication.
First row, left to right: Mr. Stratoti, Advisorg C. Berger, C. Clauss, J. Rode, R. Figlio, S. Roderick,
B. Prall, J. Baile, M. Maclndoe. Second row: A. Sapovits, L. Stelle, R. Winn, C. Watkins, J.
Howlett, S. Ether, K. Wiley, J. Ferrari, J. Weller, A. Haubner, A. Castellan, S. Miller. Third row:
J. Wisdom, M. Nickolaides, K. Ward, J. Wisdom, A. Diament, W. Jones, R. Kellman, J. Wix, M.
Stephens, B. McKay, E. Tillet.
Judy Rode .......
Joe Baile .......
Carl Clauss ..... .....
EUGENE EDYNAK EDWARD FARKAS ROBERT FIGLIO
PEARL MILLMAN MARTHA BIULLOY ROCHELLE SCHWARTZ JUDITH RODE
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First row, left to right: Mr. Kline, Advisor, N. Beneke, L. Hassis, Secretary, W. Ardern, Treasurer
R. Schwartz, President, P. Laird, Vice President, S. Robinson, D. Yance, E. Farkas. Second row
S. Seville, S. Ralston, L. Green, B. Fogg, N. Miller, B. Bogart, B. Prall, A. Castellan, M. Maclndoe-
J. Weller. Third row: G. Clement, A. Allen, R. Kellnian, R. Graves, R. Trauh, W. Jones, J
Bertram, R. Pilchard, F. Turner.
Nether Providence is fortunate in having one of the few high school orchestras
of the county. Under the able direction of Mr. Sepella, the orchestra engages in sev-
eral annual social events which require the dignity produced only'by the string
and reed instruments.
SUSAN MILLER LESLEY HASSIS ROCHELLE SCHWARTZ
BARBARA FOGG SYDNEY SEVILLE
SUSAN RALSTON ANN BRIDGE
"Let's go, Bulldogslw Thatas the famous cry of the Nether Providence cheerleaders.
When the fans' enthusiasm wavers, these peppy girls boost their spirits. Advised by
Miss Morrell, the girls have come up with 'many new and different cheers, making
them our choice for the BEST!
Top to bottom: J. Haubner, J. Ferrari, L. Stelle, D. Dooley, M. Mac Indoe, and M. Cohen, Co-
Rattling of pots and pans are characteristic
of this club proctored by Miss Wandless.
Cooking is an art when it comes to manipulat-
ing certain condiments and Miss Wandless
is out to see that the girls learn all the tricks.
AUTO MECHANICS CLUB
Principles involving the operation and struc-
ture of an automobile are the points of interest
of the Auto Mechanics Club. Under the guid-
ing hand of Mr. Megonegal, interest in auto-
mobiles is furthered with knowledge of main-
tenance and application.
Composed of students of county high
schools, the Hi-Q teams are matched in a
series of contests in which they are quizzed
on various academic subjects. Much credit
must be given to Mr. Kline, the team advisor,
who has given a great deal of time and
The club members find here practical appli-
cations of mathematics. This is in harmony
with many of them who intend to become
engineers. Those ' interested pupils have
learned many principles through the expe-
riences of Mr. Wilkinson, the club's proctor.
Applications of needle and thread in prac-
tical circumstances are associated with Sewing
Club. instructed by Miss Rostron, individual
projects are usually pursued.
A club really appreciated around Senior
Play time, the Stagecraft Club was responsible
for the beautiful set used this year. Through
the art genius of Miss Herbert, the members
learn the fundamentals of prop design and
Matchless in its effort, the Publicity Club
has proven itself to be the key of success to
many school functions. Under the direction
of Mrs. Junkins, the club has advertised such
events as the Senior Play and the N. P. Follies.
Coached by Mr. Renzulli, the Chess Club's
main purpose is the improvement of present
chess skills. Keen interest in advancement is
stimulated by the presence of an elementary
and an advanced group.
Fundamentals of camera operation and
negative development are the principal pur-
suits of thisclub. Miss Law, the club instruc-
tor, has formulated a plan of action which
has been accepted with great welcome.
Mr. Echternach's knowledge of Ballistics
is a main feature in providing interest in this
club. Conservation and outdoor life are also
items of curiosity.
Curiosity in numismatics is the only qualifi-
cation for entrance into the Coin Club. Mr.
Werner. club proctor. promotes interest hy
his able leadership.
Todayis members of the Leaders' Club will
be tomorrow's leaders of NP. With this idea
in mind, Miss Morrell and Miss Endriken
attempt to present typical problems of leader-
ship to the girls of grades 7-10.
Mr. Spickler's format consists of a Chief
plan in the promotion of scientific curiosity.
He believes individual experimentation is the
principle inciting the production of future
FUTURE NURSES7 CLUB
The primary aim of this club is to further
interest in nursing. Instructions and advice
are offered by Miss Kennedy, our school
SENIOR HIGH DRAMATIC CLUB
This group has received much interpretation
in acting through Mr. BO0l'S6,S experience on
the stage. Although actual practice is theoreti-
cal in nature, members will have a new ap-
proach to dramatics.
SENIOR HIGH ATHLETICS CLUB
The prime purpose of the Senior High
Athletics Club is to further interest in major
sports. Instructions by Mr. Chesney'and Mr.
Wright will provide future stars for the school
SENIOR HIGH VARSITY CLUB
Unmatched for its efforts in good sports-
manship, the Varsity Club is also a major
factor in the promotion of school spirit.
Through the able guidance of lVIrs. Baker
and Mr. Walters, many major projects for
the athletics fund have been carried through
EFFECTIVE SPEECH CLUB
Mr. .Iackson has been working diligently
to further interest in public speaking. With
the willing co-operation of the members,
noticeable progress has been effected.
Electronics is a chief factor in our culture.
Following this philosophy, Mr. Spickler has
instructed the Radio Club in various fields
o'f electricity, concentrated on radio theory.
and its many applications.
Proctored by Miss White, the Library Club
has service as its aim. General management
of the library and the cataloging of new
issues are among their many services.
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First row, left to right: E. Sampson, B. Weinberg, B. Cooper, D. Elliott, B. Bunner, Second row:
B. Scherer, P. Laird, B. Kirchgasser, J. Bertram, J. Brown. Third row: B. Henasey, B. Fithian,
B. White, R. Zerhy, G. Clement.
Coaches, left to right: Harry Millerg Edward Narcum,
headg Thomas Walters.
Wait, boys, l've got a stomach ache!
The 1956 Nether Providence football team showed
real progress. Head Coach Edward Narcum and as-
sistant coaches Harry Miller and Thomas R. Walters
made good use of returning lettermen to record two
wins, five losses and one tie. But that tabulation does
not tell the whole story. One or more touchdowns
were scored in every game except two, and in only
one game was there a large margin of defeat. Several
touchdown passes completed in one game demon-
strated the potential of the team and held out expecta-
tions of a winning season next year.
Coaches Miller and Walters took the Junior Varsity
to a season of four wins and three losses. The vic-
tories over Lansdowne, Yeadon and Swartmore are
Hey, this isn't a wrestling match!
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JUNIOR VARSITY, First row, left to right: J. Huffman. J. McCullough, D. Israel. E. Smith.
Second row: J. Pilkington, M. Goldberg. F. Epp, H. Bierney, D. MacDade. Third row: A. Allen,
B. White. B. Metzler, J. Cushman.
NETHER PROVIDENCE HIGH SCHOOL
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MANAGERS. left to right: Walter Donnelly. Stu Har
What is the attraction over there, boys? I think I broke my arm!
This year the girls,
the season with two
This was a better
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hockey team finished
wins. three ties. and
season than the rec-
the games were hard
fought and ended in a close score.
Although the loss of the co-captains. Sue
Miller and Marty Mulloy, will be hard to
take, the experience gained this year will
, V . assure the girls of a successful season next
B. Brenner, M. Kimmel, C. Watkins,
C. MacLaugl1lin, M. Morrell year'
First row: S. Seville, M. Cohen, B, Warburton, C. Morgan, A. Castellan, E. Fellman, S. Miller,
M. Mulloy, J. Hanigan, B. Fogg, B. Greer, S. Ether, S. Ralston. Second row: M. Bunner, K.
0'Shaughnessy, M. Maclndoe, M. Roan, M. Plummer, J. Wisdom, J. Concello, S. Roderick, J.
Howlett, M. Haubner, J. Hauhner, J. Weller. Third row: A. Bridge, L. Woodall, B. Bogart,
K. Ward, S. Huff. Absent, J. Scafidi.
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First row: W2 White. J. Barnett, R, Bunnor, T. Stipc, R. Rice. Second row: W. Kirchgasser. R.
Traub, P. Laird, R. Marshall. J. Moyers. S. Wakfafield. T. Edwards, E. Farkas fmanagenl
It's up hm-rv. boys! Shoot it up. Sam!
The Nether Providence High School basketball team of 1956-1957 was surprising,
as the Chester Times put it. When its possibilities were compared to last yearls per-
formances. its early victories did indeed seem Hsurprisingf' With the return of all
of the lettermen but one, and with a contribution or two from the junior varsity.
Coach Joseph Chesney had experienced starters and a strong bench.
At the beginning of the season, a set of injuries hindered the team. But their effect
was not great enough to put Ridley Park, Media, Chichester or Marple-Newtown in
the winning column.,These four victories, including the sudden death win over Media,
were by small margins. Later in the season. with the team up to full strength, more
decisive scores were attained. Against unfortunate Upper Merion, the team broke
the school scoring record of some years with a total of eighty-three points. But the
greatest victory was to come three weeks later when the Nether Providence team
upset powerful Yeadon by seven points.
There are hopes for next year that are sure to be realized. Although several men
will graduate, only one of these will be a starter, and Nether Providence ought to
be able to produce an even stronger, more experienced team.
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First row: J. Cushman, J. Pilkington, F. Crayston, J. Burroughs, T. Lachman, R. Jones. Second
row: D. Israel fmanagerl, B. White. R. Fithian, W. Ardern, P. Anthony, B. Scherer. J. Stauffr-r
You're all alone, Pr-nnvl Amazinw. if-n't it?
Top row, left to right: J. Hannigan, B. Greer, A. Castellan, D. Birney, P. Scott. Bottom row: N.
Robison, N. Perrine, J. Rode and M. Mulloy, co-captains, S. Miller, P. FitzSimons.
This year the girls, Varsity Basketball Team displayed the fine spirit and sportsman-
ship which is characteristic of Nether Providence High School. Although the team
expefienced a rough season, the girls continued to play with high spirits.
Among those who are graduating this year are co-captains Judy Rode and Marty
Mulloy, Sue Miller, Nancy Robison, Pat FitzSimons, and Nancy Perrine. However,
many members will be returning, and with bright promises from the junior varsity
squad, next yearis girlsi basketball team is expected to produce a very successful season.
COACHES-Left to right: M. Morrell, Stein, B. Brenner.
Missing: G. Entriken.
Top row, left to right: B. Stegmaier, C. Foreacre, P. Messikomer, B. McKay, C. Barkas. Missing.
J. Haubner, C. Nugent.
The 1956 baseball team, under the management of
coaches Harry Miller and Fred Houck, was composed
almost entirely of underclassmen. The players made
up for their lack of experience by showing spirit and
hustle. The season record, four wins and eight losses,
doesn't tell the story accurately. Three of these losses
were by only one run.
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Diament, T. Stipe, Harry Miller, Coach. Middle row: B. Bunner, D. Weitzman, B. Sherer,
Fithian, J. Bertram, D. Elliot, M. Gordon, R. Colubiale, H. Pennington. Bottom row: J. Coslet,
Enochs, M. Enochs, C. Ralston, B. White, R. Allen, B. Stevenson.
1956 BASEBALL SCORES
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