Norristown Area High School - Spice Yearbook (Norristown, PA)

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WOLF ,lf SN DEDI 1, f SN, . . 2 54 'Q 7 F 9' , ' r if cis 4, H X CATICDN To one who has been a true l:rlend and a wise counsellor to one who has shared our hardships and joys lor Class ot N936 are proud to dedicate our Issue ot Spuce It has been our arm to excel classes ot the past, and with hus advlce we he lueve that we have accomplished thus It IS through thus dedication that we IU some small way wish to show our sincere gratitude N 1 E'-'AM 1. A pn N to lvlr. l-larry S. Wall, we, The Sen- Superintendent March 16. 1936 Fellow Seniors: You have spent twelve years of your life in the public schools. I wculd like each one of you to think of yourself as an operating department. a sales department. a personnel de- partment. a publicity department. a treasury department. and a training department. Over-seeing all these departments is the planning and managing departments. This last department is the one which your school life should have developed. You will succeed in life according to the kind of "job" each one of these departments will do. If your operating de- partment does a bad job: if your sales department is not selling your services: if your personnel department does a poor job in friendly relation: if your publicity department ceases to function: if your treasury department allows expenses to exceed income: or if your training department fails to prepare you for bigger and better services, your future will look rather doubtful. The training you received in school should coordinate all these departments of yourself to a balanced usefulness. lf it does coordinate, your departments will become a successful com- pany all within yourself and your services will be wanted. My advice to you then on this Commencement Day is. take stock of your different departments. tuning up those which are weak and toning down those which are too strong. and I am sure you. as a Company. will succeed. For future success. H. O. DIETRICH , DR. H. O. DIETRILH Greetings Graduates: My sincere congratulations to you on pre- sent achievement! My earnest desire is that you continue in patient study. quiet medita- tion, intellectual interest. and a life devoted to the discovery and service of truth. May yours be the courage of high convictions! Very sincerely, EMMA E. CHRISTIAN F' Ei 5 I 5, I 1' 'Z 5 is ff-2 is 32.5- gi f ii faq!-f ' J., tt" ".,. . i 1 it .1 . , ,r r-' JY K. lg 1 I l ., . ,tv V , , 4 1 c 'Q , via- , l :H il 5-, " nz, ,I ,'- .5 WA' i .t 4: x T f : I' I ... L 212,23-' L, Hg! F 4 . -if 1. ' - if 'L 1 2 5 Q Q 1 x il B 9: lla ll Ng Principal MISS EMMA E CHRISTIAN BOARD OF REV. R. I. GOTTSCHALL WILBUR M. EVANS President MR. E. LANE CRAWFORD EDUCATION HAROLD KRATZ-Secretary MABEL A. KRUSEN MARY G. LANZ -Vice President M. EUGENE SELTZER ISABEL P. SHOEMAKER IOHN WAGNER-Treasurer ARTHUR WISMER H. 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A.M A.B B.S. B.S.. A.M A.B A.M B.S. A.M. A.B A.M A.B A.M B.S. BS. BS. BS. A.M. BS. AB BS. B.S. FACU LTY NAME Harry S. Herbert Sarah B. Hoffer Elmer C. Hoffman Damon D. Holton Kathryn S. Hubert Anna Hunsberger Iacob F. Keller Edwin Cv. Kephart Cora M. Kuhns Walton E. Lancles Leroy Lewis Sophie M. Maclntyre Mary McCreary Lynn C. McKee Mary M. Maneval Franklin E. Melick Charles F. Miller Iohn Pennypacker DEPARTMENT Social Science Language Commercial Music Language Home Economics Vocational Social Science English Science Athletic Home Economic English Vocational Social Science Mathematics Vocational Commercial DEGREES B.S., A.B BS. B.S. AB BS.. AB A.B AB B.S. A.B A.B A.B B.S. B.S. A.M. A.M. M.S. A.M. A.M. 'Y , f NNN t' It S! .22 ef, Wa. ' qia NWS I ,6 f nf why ' 1 ll S2 .24 in -- fm N . .,,, FACU LTY Charles M. Potter Rebecca W. Price Harold E. Reinmiller Katherine Rincllaub Marian E. Robingzon Leonard K. Rothermel NAME DEPARTMENT DEGREES Vocational Social Science AB. Vocational BS.. A.lVl. English AB.. A.M Commercial Science AB.. A.M Science BS. Harold K. Scheirer Iohn L. Schiller William Spangler Charles N. Sutphen Harold li, Thompson Harry S. Wolf Helen A. Bomlwerger Helen B. Hoff Helen Link Thelma Nl. Sommers lVlathematics Social Science Commercial Vocational Science Library Secretary Secretary Secretarv AB.. AM AB.. AM BS. BS.. MS. BS. CLASS MCDTTCD To strzu to Sack to m CLASS FLCDWEQ Gardema Baccalaumare Claes Dag Commencement 1 f f cl and not to yzdd CLASS COLORS Blue and Szlxer Sunday June I4 Tmsday June 16 Thursday, June I8 X Y nf W, Q ' A A 5 2175.03 Whips WHL! N59 ' ' ' J J J ' J H . , . , . J f f ' , 5 . , ' l I 1 , - - 9 f? X Q X Q 'X-. Y I-'1 ,A ,J9 -iii- I Wxkxux ifqpv' QX SS M J SVCD CLASSES "f ffffyfff H, If 1 'XX Vfff , -fi Aff' X! !,, EA-X.. fb- ol ll 1 x mx? ,M s 4' In I 4 s gli: Meg 'LA I . 'L I President Vice President N OUR three years at Norristown High School, we, the class of '36 have accomplished great things. Our chief aim has been to be the most outstand- ing class of recent years, and we believe that to some extent we have reached our goal. We have made great ties of friendship among our instructors and ourselves. May these acquaintances not be ended when we leave these portals, but may they become ripened and mellow. May I take this opportunity to express my sincere appreciation for the cooperation received from each individual in making this class a success. R. WILLIAM MARBERGER. R. WILLIAM MARBERGER ROBERT K. MAYFIELD E HAVE completed twelve years of formal education and it is now that we shall put it to use. Among the many remembered and forgotten facts gleaned from books, the will to serve is dominant in our minds. This spirit of service has been inculcated through many forms of class work and extra-curricular activities, often exposing us to certain responsibilities and exacting tasks. We have complet- ed the first great task of our life, namely that of receiv- ing a secondary education and it is now that we shall harvest the fruits of our labors. lt is with confidence and eagerness therefore, that we offer our services to society, realizing that we are commencing a new life. We also realize that our numbers shall not always be received with open arms and that fierce competi- tion will ensue. But we, the Class of '36, believe we have "what it takes" to attain our goals and make this a better land for our having lived in it. ROBERT K. MAYFIELD. If KN f' N co at if 14 x f, , Q fi 'E F Q f" K 5 1 l' or ll XNQ Secretary DOROTHY R. BRADLEY Treasurer DOROTHY D. 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Ne .--4 EARL BENZ Clasmcal Home Room 42 4 I :Ill 4 ut-bill meager Glre f lub C u Bxoloqy and Danclng Clubs Pruldent and Scent.-try of Home Room Cheerleader THEODORE BENZ Vocatnonal Home Room 60 1 1: 4 4 U 1 lin rn m Voc1t1on1l Socxety Student Councxl Foot ba Baskctbwll I V N Club Dmemg and YN rektllnq Clubs Vlce Pl'25lC.lCh! of Home Room HARRY BERARDELLI General Home Room 46 ff 1 uurrmnt lor lu.-1 ILL IU 4 Student Counul Scnmr Conqreu Football iicball I V N Club President Frenc Club President and Vnce President of Home Room MARGARET BOLLINGER Commermal Home Room 7 mr Illrl flu unrlrl un mnrlr for Ml mul jrolu 1 Student Coun ll Spxcc Leather Craft and Ar! Clubs Treasurer of Home Room IAMES BOINDI General Home Room 46 nfl xv rzn-will Track V Crois Country V Typing Club I ,lf SN li fl .O M - f V - - . f fe--J-wx : - fl ' ' f C R . - ff V X- fl . X? 42 'wif' . xi' I t 3' n - 9 . 1..- n ll n ,' ull' If guru Nu ln.-t lu rwlflf' -Ar. - - l.e,f1,f71f," B.. . 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ELEAINOR BRACK Gmmral Home Room 1 u 11 r 1111115 I0 11111 xpmq Club Trnasurrr of Home Room DOROTHY BRADLEY Commercial Home Room llc mat 1111 1111 ll phasarzt thought Nnnonal Honor Socxcty Scnxor Congress urclary Spur: H1Eyr: V C T Ll Musk and Vkxq Correspondence and Com nn umd lllkmq Club Bmlunq Ollnrr 0 llomc Room GAILE BOSSERT General Home Room 21 111 1 11 al 1 Il 0 t 1 1 1 Q1 0 1111 011 ill N and wnhomon Dmmwtx Club CARL BOWMAN General Home Room O 4. 1 111 1lY7ly 1 1'lI7l Bind and 1 r 1 mn rn lal lub: IOSEPH BRADY Vocatmnal Home Room I6 -1111 and 1111111 comczcncc 0 atxonal Society CARMEW BRANCA Gemral Home Room 27 an 7lO U ulw rk 1 rm Swnmmm f u S ullx In Sonora STEWART BRIGHT General Home Room 42 ll I t ug thu! othu' men lned to eat, 4 Student Council lll Eu Typlng and Danc nnq llubs Yue Prrsxden! of Home Room TAWILLA BROBST General Home Room 4 xc lr 1 11 u lhout her Qmze 11 H111 ml luughznl an Ute 11, hrv Hxklnq Collcqe Prep Enqlxsh and De baunq Clubs THERESA BUCCI General Home Room 6 uf mul ull tin uurlrl ull! mxlo uflh Commercnal 'md Persona tv Clubs RUTH BUCHENHORST General Home Room V r 1 Inari mulllll Fl rllrrr I rmmf411anu Scnmr Conqrcu Spxcc Gln- Club Munc Annrrnmtxon Commcrcxal Fnihncl Txpmq Cluhx Preixdcnl Vice Prrixdcnt of Home Room South nn Sonora BETTY BUTNTING Clas :cal Home Room 27 1 U aff fl rz 1 hum I 1 1 r a uwman Student Counul Sophomore Dr1m1uc M1 ln and Wm S Nlak 1nd XXIQ U Q I eq , J ,l 1 I 7: ll: ilu? ,-.4 ALBERT BURKUS Scnenulic Home Room 1 pu! hm tin. jc cr lzuyh lumac Football Trams: and Bxology Clubs ALEANE BURRELL zneral Home Room ll llzwrlmf plenty and laugh yalofc Our good natured fllcane lc noted for Frcnch Pcrsonalny Hxkmg and Fxshnet ELEANOR BUSCIACCO General Home Room Q T1 of nl mrlr thc vympathctzc tear Frcmh l and Dancmq Clube Banking Om ur of llomc Room IOSEPHINE BUSCIACCO General Home Room 6 lfmulurw mul Il fly and guy r frm br French I Commercial and Personalxty Clubs MARTHA CALABRESE eneral Home Room ll Thr n hlf I mmf! the best rontrntmnzt has Art Craft Fishnet Personalxzy and Corres pondcncr Clubs ,lf NN L, - - Q, Y 4" W : . 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S' 1 'I Cl h., , EDWARD CALDWELL Gcncrl Home Room ll 1 1 1 711111 oorbwll l LEOYNITA CAMPl0lN Gcncr l Home Room 44 11111 111 1 1ll Typmq ind l'l1L1nq Llub ESTHER CANTELLO Home Economncs Home Room 50 1 1111 Pcrson1l1!w Club Seuctarw and Banlcmll Olllner of Home Room IOHN CAPONE General Home Room 1 111111 t1 b 1 11111 lu 1111 1 rm bu 111 VERONICA CAREY Commcrcnal Home Room ,p1,1 11 11111mr't1r no llllllllfllllft 0 111111 111 of mtellcrt H1l1mq and P rsonalltx Club Trrwur r of Home Room vi Q l ,bark E-1-A-Ju! 1 1' N 3 hu., y 5 ,111 , -ga Q ROSE CARLEAVALE Lummcrclal Home Room 42 1 rrv 11'11 1r1 1 1 1111 u ll1l11nq and Prcndcnl of Pi-rsonalltv Club l.1r1r1r11n ol Home Room DORIS CAWTHRA General Home Room 11 111 1 1 1 1111 1 11 Ba kstbill Xarsxtx Smrvtxry of Glu' C ub 111 Pruxdxnt Fxihncr flxb Prcsxdrnl an 51-111mm f N Club Vue Prcenclent and Suntarv of Home Room ANTHONY CICCARONE Clanncal Home Room 27 11111 1 1111111 11111 1111r1 11110 rr fhcnnstrx Typmq and Srcrctary of Slide Ruln Klubi Prcindvnl of Home Room BEATRICE CICCARONE Claabxcal Home Room 14 111 1711 1 1111 Svnnor Lonqress Hxlunq Vue Pre xdcnt of l'rcn1l1 K lub and Presldvnt of Personallty K lub ANTHONY CICIPPIO General Home Room 23 A smzle for all a flffffllly glad 1 Fw' cc C lub Tr ifln Pmq ong lub: bomb ln Sonor: 1.1 lim' will ,fum my 1111 nl. 11 1 1.1 'Ll 111 JI 111 1111115 .uy. 1111111-11 111 1111. . . . 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Councrl V1 c :dent of e Corn pondemc L lul'1 Preirdcnl Frwhnrl fluh Vice Pre :dint of Lrhrarw Club Pres: dont and Seuet.-xrw of Home Room ETHEL D AMICO General Home Room 50 Ilflll mul I1 url: uw f 1 Student Conncrl Pcrmnalnw Twpmq and Prendcn! of Home Economrci Cluhs Pri.-sr dent and Vncc Prcsrdcn! of Home Room . 'Q . . . gi 4 Wh. ' X- W ,-'I 1 Al- 1' 1:1 AL' ,wifi xi-F, X351 J .6 , i V.-Z .fi-3. I Q ' I ' ' - X31 1 sf I ii 9 P " IW o . "Ihr ' f ' ' . I r: .Q 111 ." - "Hy u-url: Um lgmu-Q Ill. mf,-lg,,,,m." .Cumvnf C11 xl .. g Y., Glu' lfluln, Ar! Craft .ml R Div Clubs, 'Srvuxh in Cl bg Bmkwlmrll, I, V, 51- urn." ' TH 1 , ' , ' ' ' .H "TIM lzfylluff 114 urn' of rrlrlhljf lnzppfluxs is ilu fs." P. "1 Cssfl.. . 2 , NIH' ' , 'I ffl' HH! fl"Vi "HMI mr' fli.-wwf-N, I rrfll fwhunl llffm fur." A1 fprl I 1 u-hum uw ur:'." ' .. . ' .' 4 ' ' , N: K ' l I 'A R 1 R ' J - r . V , "ff "ff rvfll :IU H1 In riff Ullf' 'Q-N 'Wi VIA' 'lf 'Ill 'I'fl"'1f ':"ff'l7f 'A .lnl l1l.'- Mr uwfll f'ml fur." 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X3 ff X11 4 ' 1 I-C. ll ' II I Fwhnet and Perionaltty Clubs HENRY DAVIS General Home Room I6 1 1111 11 1111111 11 I V Football I V Track Glee ub N and French Cluba South in Sonora MLIRIEL DAVIS General Home Room 4 1r 1 111 y 1111 111 C l1I110111 rf youth Nanonal Honor Snucty Student Councll Smtn H1 Fu- I Dramauc Pres1dent and Vue Prcsndcnt lrcmh II Prcsxdcnt and V110 Prcudcnt Sr M 15111 and XV1g Presmlent Typ mq C luh Prewldcnt Prfssldcnt and Vlce Pre 1 den: of Home Room The Bat Forcnsxc Luntcsr I bv. A ,Ilt of 1 .-45 5 I NN Nauonal Honor Socxcty Glee Club Tram: Mask and Wng Club Secretary V1ce Pres1 dent of Home Room South m Sonora VER NA DETTERLINE General Home Room 4 111 111 fr111111 10 nr 1111 11 fm Camera Flshnet and N H S Busmcss Clubs Secretary of Home Room EDWARD DEVLIN General Home Room 30 Bfforc 11 11rr1r111I any further Ilrar 7111 111 all Tspmq and ll1k1ng Lluhs Curran! Hntory Club P11 Sndt nt I I ,,, , . 1 6 M fiff, - 1 ' 1.x .. 'QL .11-f .V MARIORIE DEWEES General Home Room 44 lI1r 1111 alonc I11lAIIl'l71Cll space Varsny Track I V Baskuhnll N ub Vue Prevdcn! of Home Room Banlcmq Ofh ci-r EARL DICICCO Vocatnonal Home Room 70 tl 1111! p1rl11l 111ra1d 0 Vocitlonal Soclely Harmonxca Club GUS DIECIEDUE Vocanonal Home Room I3 4 uzllzng uorker Vocauonal Socleu, 62112181 Home Room Z2 lluavf 1111111111 aluayv gay T1 11! lluru nary day Commcrmal Camera Frsmh and Fin h 1 Club: Secretary of Home Room Balnluneq Officer CHARLES DILIBERTO GBHCI'-21 Home Room 42 l:111l11m11r 1 rrozznzng qualzty 4:11 put 1 11111111 pa IUllUfUTLl1f1lCG1'f8 Vunu Foollnll Nanny Tr-ack N and Dancmq f lub Xucc Prcwdent of Home Room 11' 1? Ni Xa 7112 'IW Sym P1 I Q ll Q: :fp ' 1 1.1195 mx? 4.4, MICHAEL DISANTO General Home Room 22 C rrflrt 1111111 111 1111 r11111! 17111 1 I V Cro s Country N Il S Busmess Club ROBERT DOAN Scnentn Home Room 23 Tl11n111h 1UIIllZl1S11ffl 11' uzll arfluc Qtzll Trallic Club Presmlent of Home Room The Bat RATHRYN DOONER General Home Room 45 I 111111 111111 11nr11jfl11I H7 thr vummrr nm Typmc and Axnuon Club: Classxcal Home Room 23 1011111111111 1111 4 prflfy 111111' 1 I'1ll1TIll 11111111 11111111 ,four r1c111I 111p rare Times Herald Oratorlfal Contewt lr Mask and YN1q Art Club Trcasurer Secretary and Treawrer of Home Room The Ba! AGNES DOWNEY General Home Room 23 1111111 11111111 111111 bf mrrry im e Pcreonalllv Club Vice Prcsxdcnl lr Mask and Wxq Club Banlunq Officer " ' S 11 Q ' ' ' ." J 5 , . ' - 1 g Cl lg "TIL 11 ' ' ' fr ." ' ' 'lic "s111111-1 1.1 11 1 , I' 1 fjoyg' 1' b - ' 1, -' 1 . ' MARY DiFELlCE MILDRED DORWORTH " ' 1- 11 1 ' ' ' "L 1 , 'H ' . I 11 11-1 as ," U - - - CATHERINE DUDLEY General Home Room Ntfl arlmtmg still pur umg Student Counul Glce Club VN L T U md Oratoncal Lonttet French G1-rman 1rd C or pondnncc Club P csldcnt and N trtl rx of Home Room ADA DUTTON General Home Room 8 ltu thmqr an nnpouzblc io tlrlrgcnrc am lull Ftshnnt Typmq lltlung French and Pcr sonalxtv Clubs RITA DWYER General Home Room 3 Itzta fazr Rzta sueet, The hearts of many at her cet Smce Personalrty Presldent Ir Mask and Wm Clubs Secretary of Home Room Qouth tn Sonora MARIORY EASTMAN Classrcal Home Room I8 -tluaux lnzulhmg aluays gau bheddtnq Joy along her uay Student Counful Band Orchcstm Art and Sr Assembly Clubs Vtte President md Trm surcr of Home Room CLEORA ECKMAN General Home Room II r Inari 1 We a rfarduz mr llluu many lll1f1N!1Ilf luurrs 11r0w Student Counul Flshnrt Club I 505 t 5 si xi g ,-.4 ARCHIE ERWIN General Home Room 22 me 1 fm: 11111 aml Band Drum Major Trafllc Ass: tan! Clnef and Sctrctary Hnkmg Club Bankmg Offxcer ELEAWOR ESKIN General Home Room H 1 ll 1111 urlf' 111 1:1 :r1 I HU Il Some French ll and Typxnq Clubs LEONA FALCONE Classrcal Home Room 70 11 1 r 11 111 1:1 t111ry 1 J Nattonal Honor Socxety Spxcc Hn Eye WCTU and Oratorrcal Contct Tcnth Le Library Clubs OUIDA MARIE FASIG Classrcal Home Room J r H11 url! furry uau lu unltnoun hugh! Student Cnuncxl Mustc Apprettatnon Frcnnh l nd Htkmq Cubs STANTON FELT Sctenttlic Home Room 27 1111 ur 11111 11 mu 1-1 la I hull 111 11rupmu1lum1 mat 1 Ill Ih1 nllztr rnrlw rmrl In Xu! to 1111111111 uzlh mu uya N mon tl Honor Soucty S1 mor Congress mu u Eva' l drtor Glce Club Ma c Quartet lorrnsnc League Bass Solon! French Bxoloqx Adt mccd Chemnstry r Mask and Wm Clubs Bmltmg OtHcrr Vxcf: Presrdent of Home Room South tn Sonora Ttmes Hcrald Oratorlcal Contt-st Forensic Leaque Y 50 Y ,,l.,I I . 5. Q Q ".lr1l ' f I full." rcs ' r,. 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Commercxal Club Treasurer ELVA FINR Home Economncs Home Room 50 r tz1mnr1 1 1 Student Councxl Leather Craft llandv Craft Yarn Craft and Homt Fconomrcs Clubs FERN FINLEY Commcrcxal Home Room 6 ,1,1, 1 111 u 11 1 we Twpns Varsntx Tmtlt Virsrty Baskcthall Hllunq Club Nl Club President and Sttretarx Secretary of Home Room Chrerlcwder N Club avrard m Basketball 1937 EDWARD FIO RITO General Home Room 43 tmp! 1111 11 fmt land fluuht nl uni lu I U 11rrh1nr1 u zll Student Council Semor Congress I V Football Varsnty Svummmg Bloloqy and Wrcstlmq Clubs Banlung Othtcr I' DOROTHY FISHER Classrcal Home Room rr: muh :alum n 1 tal H! a pt r mm! fy Nauonal Honor Soclety Sous Edrtor 36 Assucnate Edntor 34 33 Hx Eye Busmess Staff 34 35 Varsxty bwlmmxng Glee Club nano Accompamst Wyomx-swung Essay Times llcrnld Oratorrcal Contest Varsrty Debatmg rnxor Assemblv and N C lubs South Sonora Oxl Crty State Contest IACK FISHER Classical Home Room 47 H1 uranl althourih lzr hurl murh ull Student Councnl Slnde Rule Club Pres: dent Treasurer of Home Room THOMAS FISHER General Home Room I2 UI f uhu -111011111 lft ull Iuhrr lf Varsity Cross County Varsxty Track Club Secretary of Home Room HELEN FITZGERALD Sclentnlic Home Room 8 Nputfl ul H11 lf' r1nu1r H1 Eve Orchestra German Club EARL FREAS Scientific Home Room 30 Ill! run! uzwdom an burn u th u man Student Council Semor Congress Txmes Herald Oratoncal Contest Bnology and Chem lstrv Clubs Presndent of Home Room 1 , P1 . 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".llI ul I mln' s fu ' V A' I fs ful rrl, but 51 ' " A' U 'le ' '1 ." jinl ul." - - ALICE FREED Classncal Home Room 1 null Got a long Iona nay Space Glee Club VNCTLI Contest Txp mq Club Secrrtarx Vice Prcstdcn! ol Home Room South tn Sonora LEONARD FRIEDIVIAN Classlcal Home Room 39 mu 11710111 hun ro II hun hull rrnf 1 r ut un, nf ltommr Natxonal Honor Socxety Prcsndvnt Senior Congrt wx Soni' H1 Fvc Glcr Club Orthrs U1 'lxmcs Herald Orxtorxcal Contt -.t Tr1II1t 'md Bloloov Clubs Varsity Dclntmq State Iorcnnc League Vxolm IOYCE FRITZ General Home Room 15 man :I11 rlfq 11:1 4 Student Councxl IACK FRYER General Home Room r 1 4 nf Tramc and Txptnq Clubs Xue Pre xdent and Treasurer of Home Room Bankmq Ofli CCI' HENRY GABEL General Home Room I6 l my 11 My frf frurz ran Bu.run1 bl the and dtlmnar' Nmonil Honor Notmtx Brass Srxtet Bind rchutrx tc flu uirttt Dame chrstru ANABEL GANSER Classical Home Room 7 ll r t:ru.sm:11 ur futnr qr Than mzlc ul ollurmalrlfn un Art Club Presndcnt and Trea urer RUTH GARDNER enzral Home Room H 1!14r Natmnal Honor Society Student Council Sccrrtary Sptcc V Basketball Camera r Ma It md YVIQ and Sucncc C Iulw Ish not Club Sccrctarv Vltt' Presldcnt of Home oom Sr Asscmlvlx Club Chanrman DOROTHY GARY Classical Home Room I2 uzrfulm 1 nn nffxmt n armflnf N at 'Ill f lllll Nauonwl Honor Soclrtv Vlcc Prcsldcnt Studi-nt Council Sccrctary Senior Congress Treasurrr of Class Ht Eve Glee Club Sec retary German Art and Sr Assembly Clubs WILLIAM GAUTHIER ocatnonal Home Room 45 try man la au! 1 1 111 11 Vocat1onalSoc1c'tx I V Bam-ball Ana tlon Club Radlo Mtnstrcl Revmv. CAROLINE GEAR General Home Room arolmels quwt baslxful and Irv 14 aluays Qmzlr U I 0 r :ce I'I1Fvt' Iwrn Crift ind Business uhs Ilhrurtln Ewan 9 5 qi gl Q D l"'4 ' G "H flu I E I I fi ' 1 H1 fn. , 1-1,f.z1.r, fr. 1 fm," I Y I- I ' - 3 Y 4 3 ' 1 I. . AA . : I .I .T-12 Q -.,:- ji I,1sa. ', -' I I .1F1- .: K I .14 V - I. .Cz R 2 H 'Z ' A I ' "Cl 'K 'ss 's ,nl f , rd nf "sl "J If ' 's, Jrf Qmx, we :lu ' tml If Hr." - - 70 V , ",-I mrrry hmrl nm, nll 1114 fluff, U , H H ,' I .I SHI, Ir ,Q fn rl th." Ll ' ,ln .Q',B":HZ,'g-"I 5' Htl I3 " fill , 'I ,, , 4 I y nc - - - 1, 5 I. ' ' I' 1' Sl' ' . ' s x slr p Ss s Ml." O -i I. Cl. S' :. 'O I SD' 3 '- . : 't - 1 .' . f " ' ' ' ' ' ' r' CI , 1 'z . Y N A" It ll L? x A., I X -, ,I , . V.. ,il V115 I- ,. . ,, M, . . X1 P . - , ,, 1 i , 1. of' I 'N nik - I ang' 1 x Q 1,1 U qi 1 5 Xe .--4 MARIE GEAR General Home Room 6 ur1f11 1 K 11 C h PAUL GEARY Scnenn c Home Room 2-l N1tm'1al Honor Soclvlx Scmor fqonqn S mu- Busmcu 'Vlanxqrr H1Fxf' lqoorhwll ommcr Bmlnqv Art 'md Tmflu flubi Pre' ul nt ind Yue- Prcfldz-nt of l'lom1 Room ln .uhm-r C1 xterm IACR GENUARDI Gener l Home Room I3 r 111 1 H11 11 1r :tw Foothill V Nchdll N in F0oIl'11ll Qlulrw ALFRED GESUALDI Vocatmnal Home Room ALBERT GIAMBRONE Sc: nnlic Home Room 111 1 pf Student Cnunnl Bxoloqv Currcn! Hwtory ind A ntl n l Pmq Ponq Club xce Prcsul nr MARY GIAMBRONE General Home Room 7 ! Y V' III Comm.: l C lub Surcmrw MURIEL GILBERT Clas :cal Home Room 4 NNN unlera run rlup Sm e Arr Txpmq Tmnth Legnon and Pmg Ponq Club: AMY GLASS Commercnal Home Room I3 f rtlf of pcrfh bCl1Cfl!'C7ll of mmd Fxihnvt and Him Craft Club: Pcrmnalxty Club Prcixdenr WALTER GLISSON General Home Room 8 1 1: V par! frnuluqrff I Qtudent Qouncll Foothill Varixtx fluh Trea urer Stamp Club Treasurer of Home Room DOROTHY GOINS General Home Room 6 L 1 nrr 1 I 1 1 1 I1 1 urn npr fommercral Pcrmnalxty and Hllunq Clubs Trcaiurcr of Home Room ll 1 1 . 1 ll 24 - . xg - ,,, , 1.1 'sniff' 6 yr ' 'f 1, 3 4 X 5, 1 h u J L v .1 n l D ,' 1 A' "TIM 111 1 111r 1.- 1111-uv' ,1'..111111' 1'11-. 111 "K1f1f1 '11f1'l.- 11 111 11'1 H1 1 1-11r11111!.f." 111.1 1,111.11-11111 11.1111.,. 4 Q A ' xlfl . , ' ' '. Cfwnmnu-nml, Fnshn-I. Y..rnllr.1l! .1'11l ll11m.1 lf11m1m- flu X, ' iii 5. ".l11 11r1l!11r, 111lml1r, 11111l1r nf mmf." ,, . . , W ., .1 . ' '. . I 'S ' . . . . 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N , , , IAMES GOLOMTIE General Home Room :lard xmurha Pl UH Commcrcral Club Txpmg Club Bankmq Officer AMELIA GORECIKE General Home nom 7 my u un :H Poetry Club Nauunal Gc'uQHPhlC ul' MARTIN GOTSCH General Home Rnnm N111 r Qfurly 111 1 rr worry Band Traffic ELIZABETH GRAFF General Home Room lluuys happy alumfx 11011 lfry good naturul 0 Hwy my Yarncraft Club Secrvtary and Trrawurcr of Hume' Room CATHERINE GRIFFIN Classxcal Home Room 22 Wu' lauult una' unrlr and 1111171 and flllf But lure! of all hc truly Imax Band 1nd Glcc Cluh - Q bl .Q 70:1 Q X 24 . I Q FRANCES GROFF Classical Home Room 26 1 nu rf p urlt u :rlh a on rf url Ba lccthall Glen Club Tenth Lcqlon Fr:-nch Llulw Sefrctarx Handcrafr Treasurer FRANCES GLIINDERMAN General Home Room 3 H1 ul ru uf r rrnt H In kmq K 1 D.-:ng mq C th HARLAN GUSTAFSON SCIZIIIIHC Home Room I Star zu ull flu Grmunnnhs Natxonal Honor Society Student Councnl Football Varwtv Basketball Varmtv Base hall Varixty N Club Prewdcnt Bro ogy llomc Room Prcsldcnt N Club Football award LaVERNE HALLMAN General Home Room 7 mmf 4 nu 11 1 H on Band Home Room Trcawurer SARA HALLMAN General Home Room 5 14 1 ln: In lnmul 11: I 111 lu 1 zur ulmlf If 1 tlfrmn z btudtnt Cnunul Bxslacthill Mm1qt'r lnmh Icqlon Trcuurer v T0 . 'Il Ill 1 f "1 aulifl las' -ff H-lf' "1 ' '. I " 'AI' " f ', I '-H I :ferr .num-'." 4 V ' "lil Y 1-mf uml ffnlllln lum- "A fs sl 'uf' .ll rv rr fl 4,'141rllf',w'-1, frrfrf' b , , ' 1 . ' Cl . Cur iso - Club, ll: ilxb, ' '- flt . 25 ' ' U v .V N "rl .' 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I?-4 MARIE HEIN Commercnal Hrmc Rnorn 45 llx Eve Txpmq Staff Head Or :torn nl Con tr-st 54 Frrnth umor Nlask and Vlnq C ubs Smrrtdry and Traamrer of llomt Roo'-1 ALICE HELMAN Classncal Home Room l rf 1 I l 1 1 1 I1 11? 1 1 Nmonil Honor Society Student Councll N and Hlkmg Clubs Vnce Prsndent 1nd Bankmq Ofllcer of Home Room South Sonom DOROTHY HERBICK General Home Room 23 1 uftl 11 Zulu 11111 l'l1EVe Glce Hrkmg Frshnct 1nd Needle work Llubs NAOMI HERMAN General Home Room 45 111l11l nj 11111 11r1 11111 1 1 11111 1 Studrnt Lnunnxl Glee Club Volts Culture ecrctary of llxkmg Club Srcreturx of llomc Room Curl Lt xdcr of May Day Drlll FLOYD HILEMAN Classncal Home Room 5 IG n 111 rally N111 that INIIJOIIU !l11111L 11 lzzm jar zt Band Glen' Club Traiixc Vuce Presndent of llomu. Room South rn Sonora U, 1 ' J - N 1: I n 1 f.'f- . ny. 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' , 1- 1: Svnur Ax: -wblv vfc ALBERT HILL Classucal Home Room 10 If llv In r mul n um 1 lr 111111111 National Honor Socmty Student Counul Spxce Glce Club Schoolmt-nH Award Ora toncal Contest Bxology and Debatxnq Clubs Tbt' Bat South In Sonora MOE HIIVIELFARB Gcncral Home Room I' fr 11: 1111 FIII1 mt nun may 1 fu! I 1: on for zz Stuclcnt Counul Senior Conqrrso Bnoloqv 1nd Mn I. md Wig Clube Banking Offltcr South In Sonora Tn' Bw! WC'l U Dctlxmitxun Contet Scnmr Ax cmbly DANIEL HOEY Vocational Home Room 6 1:1111 nn mrrrl 11 wmur tu 0 un Vumatnonal Smitty Studcnt Counul Ana tlon and Hlkxnq Clubs Prcildcnt and Surc tarv of Home Room WILLIAM HOGAN Scxentlfic Home Room 3 mm lt 111111 nn If 1 para 1 Student Counul Trcasurcr Xue Prc Idcnt of lunlor Mask and Wxq Rnfle Vncf Pres: dent Traifxc Banking Officer KATHERINE HOLDEN Clasmcal Home Room I5 I Ilfl 1 1 1111 1 nm Smnmr Conorus cc Club Mx It and IQ C lub 'Iht at I -qw D I n N .-4 IAClx HOLLAND nentniic Home Room 4 Il 7' Scmor Congress Twpxnq Bloloqx Currcnt Hxitorx and Chemistry Clubs IAMES HOLLAND Scnentxfic Home Room 111 11 1 Rnflr Klub I'rcaSurtr Blologx. L u RUSSELL HONEYMAN General Home Room I8 11 ll Hlltlnq Trcaiurer unlor Maik and Wag and Camera Clubs IRVIN HORROCKS Vocational Home Room 60 4 I1 1 111 111 1111 mmf Natnonal Honor Socuttv Vxce Prcildent Vocauonal Socletv Prcsxdent Semor Con ore: Manaaltr of Cross Countrv Traffic Club Ilomt Room Prrsxdcnt IOYCE HOWE Commercnal Home Room I4 111111115 fmlcm and lots to say Esc umm Vanm Tsnnns N Cub Aw 'ard for frnnxs N 1nd Kommrrual Klub Ilomc Room Qnrttarv Cafttcrn "lI'I 111'1 is 1.1 IVIIIIIIIP Ilullt H11 l1v1l SCA ' our I 1-1, .Q 'l YI '1 11,1 ,.11y" M V H .I wfrrfl hflllflff '11rk1 ,11 frm! fmzml 1n fe lt. IB ,. - ' ' 22 1 m I 111 U W 11 , Jo, I In I ll I-'r' ".l 11"m 1111 .-n1l', u l:1'n11ly u'f1f'l, - K., - . - U A .I I11lpj'ulln1l11 ull." . ss' 1 ' f .p I " I 'I V: . , i A , V - "Q ' .' 3" " I - 1" . ,'. , ' ' I ' 'I h' 1 . ' ' sz ' ss '. ' 0 ",1l-As I 'I " lv 'x f Iz'1'1ryuu1' lzkrs him, In' lxlnx 1 z'4'rym11." 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X? ?1 A . 5 P X141 I l Wg mul. ln' I 1 BETTY HOY General Home Room 111' 11 A1111 1 Qtudc-nt Councll Sv-immmq Manager Cor V141 Pruident and Secretarv ol Homn Room WALTER HUGHES Claasical Home Room 23 11 11111111 I 1 Rifle Art and Blology Clube Home Room Treasurer MARIAN IBAUGH General Home Room 45 1111 11 1 C1mcra Correspondence Hikmq 'md Vice Preildent of Typinq C lub Home Room Pres: dent IOSEPHINE IACKSON General Home Room 8 11 111111 1'1111 111 Varixtx Basketball Varmtv Tran Typing arn Craft and NI Cu S EARL IAMISOIN Voca ional Home Room 60 ' 011 I11 1111r111111 1111111 11 11111111 I! 1x " Votatmnwl Soxxtts Bankxnq Offlur of Home Room I 771 X 5 99:1 "TNQ .f-41 a- 1 DOROTHY IEAVONS Commercial Home Room 6 C 1rr1t 111 fo11l1111 lu p11rp1 and Wnq and Move Clubs Home Room President South in Sonora INEZ IOHNS General Home Room 2l I 111 fir I 11011 1In11t e11r1'rf1l Tr11 try 01111111 Glee Club Personality Club Vice Prciident Hikmq LeROY IOHNSON Classical Home Room l H1-s N11111111 FIIIIC 111111 1l111r111 u.111'1lw 111111ie 111111 ll fr1r111I n 1111 French Club Vice President Hxkinq Club Vice President Student Counul CURTIS IONES Vocational Home Room 60 n11r I 1 111111 1111! 11 Ta I f1 1 Vocatxonal Societx Cwmera Club Slide Rule Club Secretary Home Room Treasurer Bankinq Othtcr and Secrctary ROBERT IONES General Home Room 6 0111' r11111111I 1111-11 11 1111111111 B111 1111-111111 f1111'r 111111r1 111 1l Svummmo Hikmq Treaiurer Traffic Club Captain The B11 1, - I 1 1 I l I - . 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KATHRYN IKEELER Classical Home Room 7 7 ll If Y 1 I arqutrctl National Honor Socxetx Splut' Prrxdcnt and Vlct' Presldent of Latm Club llomc Room Prcsxdcnt SARA lxElSEN Sclentnlic Home Room 3 mtl vt 11 1111 1 la time of Izff H1 lin' G cc Club Typxnq mtl lunmr Musk 1nd XVIQ Clubs bctrttarw of btnlor Drxnm trc Club RUTH lxELLER Commcrcral Home Room I8 zu r rl H11 1 uurf 1 nc! Club Home Room 'lrtusurtr If X, l WALTER KELLY Classical Hom: Room 7 ".lu tflfzelrzvtms uml ulfrffnt umm." Student Ccuncilg Football. l. V.: Glce Club Prcsndcnt: Typing Clubp Home Room Presi- dent and Sccrctaryg Property man ln "The Bat." CHARLES KELSO Vocaiional Home Room 60 "1lf fum: , lu srzrr, he rffmjm ru fl." Votnuonnl Sotivty. St'frct.lrv'1 Slxtlt' Rult' Club, llrv:-idvntz Stamp Club, bccrctory. EVELYN RERSHAW General Home Room mf 111 1 1 IH 1 in Student Councll bcnxor Conqrcss Txpm Correspondence Hlltmg and Fishnet Clubs Home Room Presxdcnt Vxce Prcsxdent and Program Commrttr ALLEN KEYSER Scncnulic Home Room 7 1 t frm t an nq wpm 1 Qhtmr rx Q u s Homr Room bctrctirx ind Lrbrarnn MARTIIN ROHM Classncal Home Room 3 1 1 tu nr nuntxl nc oot all lt A, A pwwfw SKI my na-.ul -4.114 jg-14:23 gferg 'N 5 N g --An ' 50 ' Tl ln lflzlyu 111 1 Iwi." ".l lu! of zrrrlr, u 1 I' rf y "XM Ill yu s lu! Ivy flhqm.-ffforl I.: zrfslnn Q 7, , i 5 V V V l .,l J . . A . bk: 4' gl . . 'Z .V Z 5. Q V - V' ' Mk- V , "tiff is IIVHI '1 nc Ill' ltr I bl! fly 'A "Al buff will shi 14 of Nuts! 'gps for ur ' ' ' :luv 51 In his yu." A "'U' . D.tr4.'l1' Q. .nd two- :1b.-. ' v ' Y ull fl VJ! Allrflul, fl ll fl ' fl'f1,"l7"'f "Tito ln 11' ll lrlllcf from 111' zrfll fills," .-ll ' .-mffmf lnr lruy I1t7'm1g,'h." S dr C "1 Spkz F b. . I. V.: Senior Congrvssg Buslnq-55 Club and Fgth. 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H I xg, 4 :D r 5. .. f'n4 Zi-'P VIRGIINIA ROONS General Home Room 26 1 a 111 r V JW! ll: Eve Glee Cluh llrkrnq Vue Prrsxdent Home Eeonomrcs Kmmnq Presrdrnt 1nd Rnllr Clubs Home Room Bmkmq Otlrur r d Suretxry ELEANOR KRAMER General Home Room 5 11 urn! of hlzpp nr nf 11 1 1 1 mr fu In In va Student Councrl Glee Club Art Hrkrng and Move Clubs Home Room Secretary PAUL KREBS Screntrlic Home Room 47 err 1 1 r ur fu 1111111 11 nu aseball Cross Country Stamp Slide Rule Aviation and N Clubs Home Room Presrdent Vrce Presrdent Secretary SARA IxRIEBEL General Home Room 6 Su vnu 11011 -1:11111 1 ulrw It suvztly my 11111: " Student Councrl Glee Club Art Frsh Net French and Personalrty Clubs South nn SOHOFZI ETHEL KROIISE General Home Room 4 It 1 110011 to 1111 and Iearn Natmnal Honor Socrety Spree Hr Eye Glce Club Frsh Net lunror Mask and Wrq Senror Mask and Wrg Commerclal and French Clubs The Bat South rn Sonora 5 Q' J 4 9,l', ,1 -X: it Frdky who r rf 4 we ,orgy fy, Qtr? 934 ETHEL KULP General Home Room 3 A11 manlmrl lou-f lour Glee Club untor and Senror M1914 1nd lu 1nd Hrkrng Clubs Home Room Binklng Offrcer MARTHA KURTZ Classrcal Home Room 3 I dauglzler of the gozl-s rlnmcly tall And most dzuncly fan' Natronal Honor Society Student Councrl Art Club Presrdent Vxce Presrdent and Sec retary and Rrfle Club Home Room Secretary PHILIP LACHENMAYER Vcatronal Home Room 42 He says but 11tt1e Vocatxonal Socxety Track Manager IANET LAND Classrcal Home Room 7 "Art 18 Aalurc made by man ' Natronul Honor Socrety Spxce Art Edxtor Assocrate Edrlor Glce Cluh Ar! Cluh Home Sqololm Plggbxrigg Q South rn Sonora W C ELLIS LAW Gmefal Home Room I7 ' lloonhght rs sculpture 'sunlight 13 pamtmq Student Council Senror Congress Spree Home Room Vrce Presldent Frrst Pr: e Hum ane Poster Contest Frrst Pr: e Safety Poster Second Pne Amerrcan Legion Poster Sec ond Prr e Flower Show Poster s, I I , 1 - A 4 li 11 .. ., r ft , er r- , . r I . hx I A - 1141 1. 5-Z: 5?'gW't1Q,7'f"4L?'HL"'f, Q' t3'fl5?'f1'g' , " , .,5f,Eg:E'. -AfE,i':1.F lava. t, . ..,'y.Ni .' . ,Ng ,E r , -, ,A . ,L 1- .ggipw -.I Aq..3Q3:5L l .L fi 41539, 1 as--JiE,,u,,NL5 X ,, . so I 4 1 .t n ll , .,-1, l . . A, X . l 'I 4' . If "Sh I1 S u 1 1 t uvlh mum for 41-1 Q h," - 1 ' F- ,- :K E J v, E ,si V Wl l nzll 'Q 2 ' .H 1 ,g nz - ' in ' .. . . . . I 1 ' ' "7 1 .s ' I .-s is nn! fn :Im y -1111 H nn 1fl:fs, 11:11 11: I lrl 1 u ' has 11 ' "T11' ' 's 111:c1'isf' ll 4 eml fur f ' ' S I ' l." B , I. V.g , .HI. V.: U ' ' ." V A' , 'l I , and ' ' : . IEAN LAW Commercnal Home Room 30 45 rlmr as a uh tic Sludcnl Councxl H1 Eye Commcrcml flub Vlce Prcudcnt and Secretary of Home Room ELDEN LEACH Sclcn 151: Home Room 11111 1111111111111 111' 1111 I II rghl 111111 1 110111 I I 111111 Nauonal Honor Somew Student Counul Color Guard Rlfle Club Premdcnt of Home sonm I'h1: Bat Treaiurcr of Clava Iunmr ear MARY LEDGER Commercxal Home Room 14 Sllllf 111111 r111111ly 1 1r1r I d 1 1111- 11111 Pcrionalxtv and F1shnet Clubs HARRY LEISTER Scmntxfic Home Room 1 11 1 1 11 11111 11111 I V Footbwll Dance Orchcatra Bmloqx Tvplnq and Astronomy Clubs Pr1.s1dcnt f Home Room MARY LESCHNECIA Commercxal Home Room 111 1 1 1 French I French ll 1nd NHS Buim:-Si Clubs Yun Cmft Club :I D I U Q vxg n-S4 ELIZABETH LININ Commercxal Home Room 4 1r aluay 111111 ll 11 11111 1111111 X11 ntattvr' u11at you 11.11. Nauonal Honor Soc1cty Varixtv Bafket ball Corrcsnondence NHS Buwnews Llubs N Club Secretary GEORGE LIVERS General Home Room 18 111 1 1 N Football Txpmg 1nd fwmr-11 I u 9 CHARLES LIVINGSTONE Vocahonal Home Room 1 1 I 11111 11y111 Vocatmnal Socxetv V111-sny Track IOSEPH LOIVIBARDO General Home Room 1 1111 1 11111 11111111 1 I V Football French Plnq Ponq Tvpmq and Wrcstlxnq Clubs DORIS LOOS General Home R oom 70 T 1 11111111 t 11111111161 111111 1111 11r1111' Z 11111111 Nanonal Honor Soc1ctv Student Counc1l S1-mor Congress Smce TVPIDQ Ednor Glee Club Txmes Herald Oratoncal Contest Iinalxst Tvpnng Fmhnct and N H S Buimess Clubs Varsnty Debatmg Sccntary of Home Room ' A "Sf, ' 5 5 1 1 1.1 1, ' 2' Il "I ' I 111:'1'1.11, ' 11 ' S ' U ' " -1, ".l11y 111 fur 11 1111111 11,11." I I I 4 '13 I '3 I. 1. 5 " . '. 1 flh,. , ' ll "1'1 ' ,1 I nw 11 ' Illini' fs I ' I 'li' . . 5 "II'1t1 11'if1' f1111'1', 111 ' I 1 70 H1' 111111f1's l1f1' 111111111111 for 111s j'11l1111' 111111." 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Thats B1tty lo the eml Tnmes Herald and Forensic Oratontal Con tests Hxlunq Club Current Hnstory Club Secretary Secretary and Treasurer of Home Room 11,1 I 1 y 5 us Q DOMIINIC MACHOLIINI Vocational Home Room 6 I Vocmonal Socnty GEORGE MAIER Vocational Home Room 60 Vocatnonal Socncty Student Councnl Bnrd and Stamp Clubs Safety Poster Contest Pr: e ISABEL MALMBERG Commercial Home Room 45 11 I1 ul I 1 1 Semor Congress Splu: Semur As embly German Hxklng 1nd Commercial Clubs Pres: dent of Home Room WILLIAM MARBERGER Classical Home Room I2 11 111-11111 I 1 111 11 11 C u0rI1I ILI11 1 111111 I 1 V1 :rn Natxonal Honor Socxety Student Council Sensor Conqress Presndent Varsxty Tennn Captam Fall Tenms Champnonshnp for two vears Advanced Chemistry Txpmq and N Clubs Iunlor Mask and Xblq Club Presxdent A-.muon Club Treasurer Presudenl and Vnce Prestdent of Home Room The Bat Senior Assemblv WILLIAM MARCH Classncal Home Room IZ Ie U1 I1 I111 .N 1111I I1 I rl11r1l111 1 1 Clee Club Band Orchestra Dance Band Sextct South nn Sonom Ilnltmq Club li 1 1 - - H I- ,I A I - 1 I I N I tm 'Q ' I PM-' - Q' 21 ' - - ' 7- '74, 37 5 - ' , ,- ', ' li 11.1 'fr 3 ' ff QYf1r,1,,s1,, Q 1 1 ,I - 1, , . , - , 1 . . s .r f, 1. 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In umlrrtaltrs fn do hc dom Captann Varsntv Track Suburban Cross Country Champxon N Club Vnce Pres: dcnt Commercral and Correspondence Clubs Prcsndcnt Vnce President and Secretary f Home Room CATHERINE O BRIEN General Home Room 30 I'rrrnr Inrw ln rzlrienmr nrfmxw surrm Tvolnq and Mono Clubs Vxcc President and Treasurer of Home Room ' l ' 26 ' ' If ll U, 'S I . ,,, ".l xllvri s I ' 1 'ffl' N ' 's "N ' .' fs - 4 ' ' .." 'J ' MII' '. ,Al I', " ji I sf! ." V F l . "ll'u1nrn mul mush' should mlvr bc dalcdf' Study? Coutmil: Varsity Cross Country 2 ' , 1 ' :, I H ' ' CS: ': If . is T, V4 V: .l In l Y NN ll li b ' Q: . f I ,A ., , 'f T X3 af! ' XIQ, A PI I Qc ke. 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J ,Mt '1 9 J y S ,...4 SAMUEL ROBBINS General Home Room 4 N 1 IH If 1111 111 1 Stamp and Hnkmg Clubs Crmc un Home Room WILLIAM ROBBINS General Home Room I 1 1 I1111 1 MARGARET ROBERTS General Home Room I7 lrrl 111111 111 I11 11111111 omr mnrr 0111! 111111 111111111 I11 fflllffl THOMAS ROBERTS Scnennlic Home Room 7 1 11111 1 1t 11 111111t 11111 1111 uluf 111111 run 111 u mt koun l Band Pmq Pong Lub Bankmq Othcrr VIRGINIA ROBERTS General Home Room Il f' I I ll 1 1 f 11 1 1 11 ' 111 ru11nr kounul I Llu Spur o or Pr: c 1.1112 , L 1,f','Q',11 11111 11.1111 11111.-1' C S. . ' f ': Y., and - Z S' "lL'1'1r al 11 1111 H11- 17 T11 11'l1111 fl .v1111111's 11111111 1111 1111'1." S! d Q I . V llrv-1l'nt 1 li ".l- 11111 11- 11111, 1l111111l1l1l1 11- H1 ','!1r," V 5 ': ' 1 ' V.: l d 4' H UH- fl'-,g ' S '-S111 11111 ll .. A .1 1 , , l , X ,: . A -I v ' : I' Movie Club. Secretary. 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I , 3 " l: V , , , . - . - ISABELLA RUSRITN Classtcal Home Room Il ,ml g fmll IIGCLGVII Natronal Honor Socrcts Senror Conqrcw- smff Glcc Tenth Lcgron Typmg and An Clubs Nurs' Prcirdrnt of Home Room South rn Sonon MORTON SABLOSKY Gcncral Home Room 5 rl Il r r 41 a hr brudcnt Louncrl Hr Eye Tennrs X arsm usltttbwll Glen' and Traffic Club U South an Sonom VINCENT SANTORA General Home Room 14 uorru Btoloqy 1nd Trwflic Club OLGA SAYLOR Classncal Home Room -M 1 of youth Nntronul Honor bu utx Student Council Tvpmg Club Vrcv Prcstdrnt of Home Room PAUL SAYLOR Scrennlic Home Room 3 attonnl llonur Sm tx bmcc' Cross Cuun r Varrtx Trade X Band Orchrstru lf N lENlNlE SCADUTO General Home Room I u II flrc ftoulcst 'mz Tarn raft and Pc-rwnahty Clubs AMELIA SCANDONE General Home Room ll luv luvwffy Ht hx fyprit N H S Busmess Club portrr Corn-spondcncc Club Secretary and Treasurer of Home Room KATHERINE SCHIELE General Home Room 42 1 I r I I 11110111 of me I happy Iaurfll heard mcrywhere Captarn Varsrtv Baskctball Tcnnrs Varsrty Gcc Latm and Prnq Pong Clubs N Club Prcsrdcnt and Vue Prestdent Pres: dent and Vrce Prretdcnt of Home Room DORIS SCHEETZ General Home Room 42 1 nr 0 unu 111 lrshnt and Current Hretory Clubs Bank Olllur llrkrnq Club DOROTHY SELTZER General Home Room 5 'l 4 tht unrxzr nl languagr of manlrntd Natmnrl Honor Society Student Council In nnrs l V Glu' Club Band cbestru Rrlls- Club Secretary Typrng Club ecntarx Winner ol State Hrgh School Fonnm C ontcit rn Plano Y' rf ' ,gg - v "Vg 1 mul, .mum 1. .1 ' , S." ll ' ' ', ' A "Tin -uvuhs 'I , L Fld." 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EL :sqm 1 'x S ,..4 NX WILLIAM SHELDOIN Vocatmnal Home Room Il lu aluay :lun lu shun Vofitlonil Society Football X Axnm n C lul'v WILLIAM SHINNERS General Home Room 44 Ile zw happy as a loner Semor Conqress Tennls Stamp Club Sec retarv Hnkmq Club Preiudent N Cub Premdz-nt of Home Room SARAH SHOWALTER Commercial Home Room 22 lv martclous that um wmll p f nr lmulr do s0 much Student Council Spire Commcrcxdl and NH S Busmess Club Bankxng Oiiiccr MILTON SHUMAIN Voga mnal Home Room 4 lmflrlrw Glllflljf mums enmrrhtnq VoCal1onalS0Ctetw Onhetrw Sramr Bud and Axnanon Club HARRIET SIMON General Home Room 6 It mu-t bf :Iam lfltc lmhtmnfl Natuonal Honor Socmcu Glee Club French I and ll Clubs Iumor Nlaxk 'and Wnq Club Treasurer Senxor Mask and YV1q Treasurer Setrctatx of Homo Room The Bit FRANK SLANKER Commercnal Home Room 70 Illfu ann! Huy all conltnlcd like me? nuuon Club Sccretwrx I'r-awurc Home Room GREENE SMITH General Home Room let the world slldc, let the world go -I ng for rarc and a fig for uor Track I V Typing Club NORMAN SMITH Scnen lic Home Rnnm ll Tlure L-1 no truor truth oblumrrl 1 man than comes from mzmr Student Council Glcc Bnoloqy and D1nc ma Clube Slide Rule Club Vice Pu' xdcnt Bankmq Ofhcer South in S0n0r1 RONALD SMITH Vocational Home Room 60 I r r mth pltawurc quzt uor Vmwnoml Socntx Vncc Prewdcn tl Home Room WESTON SMITH Scnentulic Home Room 17 I mn I patient, qrnrr, and rczrrrnrl -cn1or" Natxonal Honor Society Spxcc Photography Editor Band Bloloqv Club President C1m ora Club Sccretarv Vlcc Presndent Trca xurcr und Bankmq Ofllncr ol Home Room f X ll L, - w l l I I 3 . Egfif Sul j:"'.I. - 6" T iff' ii! W, .L 12. ' . l,iil""f3-if -.Aff ' j'f -l WE?" ' . ' - ' -'faq' A7 g-QA ,V gl, f. 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Nannnal Honor Socwry Sp1ce An Ednor Art and Poetry Clubs Bankmq Officer and Secretary of Home Room Cheer Leader GEORGE STEINER General Home Room H muturr 11 111111 1111111 11117 1010 11711111111 Studrnt Counul Basketball Captam Var sxh N Llub Prcindenl Hxkmg Llub Prcmdcnt Trcaaurcr of Home Room ADELAIDE STOUT General Home Room Il 4 111 11111111111 l.frpft11 11cr own counsel Pcrsonaluy Mono Commerual Clube Q1 p ,flu I qlnl N Nb , .-4 PAUL STOUT General Home Room I2 1111 fu flu 0111111111111 11111 u11r1 fuk Var ny N uh RATHRYTN STOY General Home Room 11 11 11 1111 1 111w r1 1111 Puwnwlntx Earn Craft Home Lmunumn K uh ELEANOR SWARTZ General Home Room 45 11111 ll 1110z1t 111111111 T1l'1l 11111111111 111 Twpung and Auatnon Clubs HARRY SWEED Scuentnlic Home Room 23 11111 11111111 111r 111111 1 11111111 fur 111l111rw buunz lounul H1 Eve Stamp Twpm Pmq Punq H1 Ex uurnalwm Clulw Chu-r Lcidu' LESTER SWIFT General Home Room 4 iff I 111 1 I day 101111 truc Astronomy Typmg and French l Clubs l Y l ".l11 - 7 , 111111 111111 11111, H - - 1 1 11 ," "I : h , ' d 3 c 1 glr. 1 . T11 5 ': " H Cl . M 5' 1 " . . : Q. 1 1 1: il . ' ' Sd 1. 8 "Sn 111 S131-, 'I - ' d Cd," ",Y1 sw, 1111r 111111-1, 111 1 x ' ' 1s1'." ' , . . 'sl' 1 '1 1 1 . 1 5. ' 1 1, - , 1 , '111 ' 1, , ' -' 11 11-." "A r1'si1rss 11111110 of a dar11'11g boy, MUNI .-1' - V411 1 A 1'fV'1 A 'A f ,- N S , - , ' I" X11 h 1- 1 ,- mf." . -'g -. ', '- '1 l' 1 1 '- : . "g. 4' 4 1 1' J " N 2 .2 ' '1' l 4-1 15 A l " Us' ' ' ." ".l .-111111 11r1111111r 11'1111.x1 I an 11,1 .-11110 1 ' ." . . K. 1 1' N1 1 1' - x I l 1: 1 1: 5 L' ,, , 11 ' ss '+L 1.1. K GRACE SYLVESTER Commercial Home Room 3 1 owl uzll is ilu' mzqhtrzvl pmrtwul force the unuuse Parsonalny llxkxng Danunq 1nd Lommcr ual C uhs BETTY TAGLIEBER General Home Room nyasa fl llltfl n 1 Personality and Comm:-rua! Clubs HIDEO TAKEUCHI Scleutlic Home Room Ilhcn founrl male ll note ov' It Camera and Slide Rule Clube DORA TARNOPOL General Home Room 23 llonor lui m hom et tml ' Personality and Commercnal Clubs Fnsh Net Club Secretary Banlunq Othcer HAROLD TAYLOR General Home Room 27 The hrart to ronuzle, the unrlfrstanrlzng tc drrcct, or the hand to execute" Bnoloay Ar! Avxatxon Typmq Clubs Blrd Club President Sr Mask and Wxq Vxce gresndcnt Vlce Presndent Home Room The at iii' I A iw: HQ ,,..4 5 MAB THOMPSON General Home Room 26 fharm trzlres the aught but ment wma the soul Personalrty and Home Fconomlcs Llubs VlRGlNlA TlNGLEY rentdic Home Room 7 All thzngs she doth to pcrffrhon Nauonal Honor Society Spxce Tenth Le qron and Camera Clubs Home Room Lrhrar lan The Bat Property Commntee HURST TOPLEY Scuennlic Home Room 4 For hes a Jolly wood fmlluu Orchestra Bnology and Awnanon Clubs Ho-ne Room Treasurer IEAN TOWNSEND General Home Room ll "Of gumlqr rmlon She lun plunlu ln lun Hlkxnq Club Secretary Treasurer ECKLEY TUR General Home Room I6 4 little normn-r nuu, anfl Hun, ls relzshed by ull mln Football l V Orchestra Band Glec Club Sr Mask and Wag and Typing Clubs Vnce Presudent Home Room The Ba! Hnqher Loyalty ,lf Sym R N4 a ll ey 14 " C T kim. P J L, ,L ix K V C, :.i'A-Q.-A , A l e XG, 4 .sl iw' 1,. in X Y J H7 '. . l H .l 4 .in S ,- , Y , , 7,1 . I A dk i . Sc. . 33 ,, . Y . .,, "lim ' by IHA .s nzfusrf' ' 1 I . b A n ' ' ll l l W . . l LILYAIN TUTURICE Gnu-al Home Room Thu 'Y' 1 ur aglr and Nu: 'H- Dancmq Club CR AIG TYLER Genzral Home Room Ln no! UI flrfatf 1 mm Qtudlnl Council Basketball V Basket ba Varsxty WCTU Contest Hnkmq N and Boy S Cooking Clubs Home' Room Sccrn-tary and Treasurer IACR TYLER General Home Room ll 11 ulnat lu ne1.er I0 Annum Bloloqy 'md Hllrlng Clubs Home mm Tn nsurfsr WILLIAM TYSON General Home Room 17 11 l plays thc' aa nf tll alu-ny, Jun the same bump llxlunq Bmlogy and Pmq Ponq Clubs ANNE VAR FOSSBN General Home Room 46 nuql lvl 171111 th' H111 1 Studmnt Counfxl Senxor Conqreii GI uh 'Vll loxvr and Knxtrmq C u 1' N E' ful 1 'Ia Q UQ --4 XX WILLIAM VANHORN Vocauunal Home Room I2 Alou but 1-tcady y uma! bam y The Bar Sraqe Hand ELIZABETH VAN LIEW Home Economncs Home Room hun fn llnlunq Typnng Personality Clubs IOSEPH VERRUNI Gfnfral Home Room 27 u amj I 1 L11 wut ut la! may mind ou! by scrllzrla Vlu Prxaxdcnt South ln Sonora DOROTHY WAGENHURST General Home Room 25 Hun 11111141 Jn had and wat all well lm! U hm tongue lay seldom st1Il Sludmnr Councxl Baiketball Varsity Ten ms Varsity Girls N Club Traxrl Club Hllunq Club Vxce President Homc Room Presndenr Thc Ba! IULIA WAGNER Claamcal Home Room 8 Nu ay but I1 c Arr md lcnth La-gmn Clubs 33 l " ' .-. ..,1. luv. v 'ffm lffyu Ira f fl lo l ...f M' ' ," ly, M -' X 'I Mn and Smml Yl..'l C et'g " 5" , . 47 "Th, uwrlrl ' Huw- h' g of Ms 50 'S - "l fm. frfffnl lf u ll' nl." K . -2 I I, .1 . , V V . H ll, .' 1. .... 1 ' ,- ' "Xu mul, fu lu., ' ' - I d." HX UI' M 'tl' I b .H HN ' hp Ill -K K -, ,' 'I l I I 3 Clem- Club: Band: Orchcstraz Home Room "ll'1l'w,f mul 111.-r' lv ,Q mc, H l I' ' - " ' 1 A 4 H Ifrrna 1, .' ' .H ' 'Q ' "I, fflfl flnfl l'Y'f"l '1 , - bl" .4.'l ge s 'Nl .H W . ' , ..: cl- H , Cl ,.nNxL ,'-. ' Ilba. ' - s " s 4 X ll - W X2 3 X ., 1 ru r N- "" N n Nx my 3,5 4- l 1 DONALD WALKER Vocational Home Room 47 ifuhu A ra un ornumnl 1 LBROY WEIRMAN ocational Home Room 60 1 yu: H In National Honor Society Vocational Society Stamb Club SAUL WALLACH General Home Room 5 I ng arrow LII It II n r I 1 Eve Editor Cross Cour-trx I V Tack I V HiEye Club IAMES WATSOIN Scientiic Home Room 33 111 url: mm: u or 1 1 him 41 Student Council Glee Club Biolnqy Klub President: Home Room Vice Preudent, Prom dent. KENNETH WATTERS Vocational Home Room H-'f'Y"f" '. ' '. ' . Vocational Society. WILLIAM WEBSTER Scientific Home Room 4 "Noi simply good, hut ,fowl fur sffmiihfriy. Glee Club: Band: Orchcatra. Bmw Sexter: Brass Quartet: Home Room Yiyf Proud.-ny Treasurer Student Council Cross Country Vanity Track Home Room Banking Otllcer ROBERT WHITESELL ientxlic Home Room 42 Qrmles uzth an mtrnt to do rnmchzcf Student Council Football Varsity Basket all Varsity Baseball Varsity Track Var sity Cvlee Club Quartet N Club Typing and Football Clubs Home Room President Hiqher Loyalty May Day Drill Leader CARROL WIEDENMYER Classical Home Room I6 Here is music and harmony Bwketball Sophomore Manaqer Braw Sex tet Bras1 Quartet Vocal Quartet Dance rchestra: South in Sonora. WILLIAMS WILLIAMS ocational Home Room 26 ' I Inq what 1' fm 1 , -4' .Q - nn ai. 1: brrmm . mir 1 ulff. Vocational Society: Student Council. RALPH WILKINS Vocational Home Room 60 "All things comr' mum! to hfw :rho will but wait." Vocational Society: Football I. YY: Swim- minq. I. V, IOHIN WILSOIN General Home Room ll ll hat scams to be the trouble' Football V Axxatlon Club Prcsxdent Home Roorr Secretary IAMES WINTERBOTTOM General Home Room 8 1 qur.sl1o1xs and Ill tell ou no hes Baseball l V DONALD WOLF Screntllic Home Room 22 lnuom fun umm uzth the current But xt tal.: a man lo .xuzm agamst It Natnonal Honor Socnety Student Councxl Semor Conqress Svummmg Varsrty Ad vanced Chemxstrv Club German Club Scc rctary Home Room Prvsndcnt ELIZABETH WOLFE I 111 Izkcalzle lzttle dame Onrc and always just the same NHS Busmess Club Home Room Xue President Secretary CHARLES WOLPINGER Classleal H0122 ROOID In In nqht ham! he rarrzes knowledge In hz Inf! Joy and lnendshlp Natnonal Honor Socrely Student Councnl Treasurer Prcsndent Tenms l V Camera Club Prcsndent Wrestlmg and Senior As sembly Clubs Home Room Presxdent :lap 1 fn 0 n-S9 VIRGINIA WOOD General Home Room 25 I fn nd indeed, lllw neur spurned another: nad Sensor Conqrcss Spnce Hx Eye lourna lrsm Club Hnkxng Club Presndent Yarn Craft Club Secretary Home Room President WESLEY WOODLAND Vocauonal Home Room 5 T11 ru I of mm spcak but Iltllc Nw lIx0n1l Soucty Auahon Club HELENE WOODWARD Classncal Home Room 12 In rule r .sn Hur sorrous only balm Per onallty Club German Club Vnce Pres: dent Typmq Club Presldent Home Room President Vnce President MARGARET WOODWARD Classncal Home Room I6 Shi tan be mum she can be gay She his any mood occaszon or way Nanonal Honor Socxety Student Councxl H1 Eye Cnrculauon Manager Captaxn Swxm mmq Orchestra Glee Club lumor Mask and Wm Club Scnlor Assembly Club Chairman Hom Room Presndent Soutb m Sonora FRED WIIRTZ General ome Room I A comrade blzthc and full af glee Truth Club Home Room Presndent . l. -1 " ' - ' 5 , I h '. , 3 l 7 -' - 3 . 1 ".-Isl: nl- uf ' I A ,H ' ll H I .VNU A . - 'H 1-1 A , . 4, .' ,' , ",l U ' 'rlilv H Commercial Home Room 13 H l I f sl A " - ' N - 5 .. - . 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' ' ' -Q - . . ,VIL ' ,, mx? a HARRISON YERGER General Home Room Vo anon:-1 Socxety Tralllc Club MARY ZIMMERMAN General Home Room II urlx na Inf df to thc goal Hut ru rr Joryltlul of anotlzcr soul Semor Congress German Art and Typing Clubs Home Room Vncc Prcsxdent and Sec rctary ELMIRA ZIEGLER General Home Room 8 Nlu uluayr lemls a lzzlpmg hand Xu mattlr uhut you aah lnfl aluauv brmrjv hrr heart along In help lzcr do the task Scnxor Lonqrcs: llomc Euonomucs and Yarn Craft Clubs Pcrsonalny Club Sccrc tary Home Room Secretary I 'Q' "' A I ,Il I ve a N59 BLANCHE ZAWISLACK General Home Room 'iff 1 uf Iurzuu I .NL ommf-mal and Yarncraft Clubs WILLIAM YOUNGBLUD General Home Room 3 ll: rpm! umnwumuzq uuy main 1101 qgqf lu br lu Hurd T wk l V Bnology and Advanced Chem lstry Clubs LEROY YOUNG General Home Room 45 A f0U7lU fellow wzll be a yozmq fzllou football Varsity Track I V Fggtball Cluh nf If NN , lt M' ilifj I Q :.,j':i K i 5,7 'V ., H V- . , , .. X? 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HQ I Y NMHWI, Id S I N S J ' 'Z ' ci ' A l6 " ."v X ' ",,xf'Y "sr'.4' TI-IE QLD Tl-IE NEW Through the ages that have passed by March the changxng lnstltutlons That have gulded men to honor There w1th1n our span of v1s1on We the rough hewn log bu1lt structure That has proffered to our natlon Men of wxsdom Clay and Webster Llncoln too has been a product Of th1s crude scholastlc temple Whxch has furnlshed h1m the tra1n1ng To become the pr1de of ages Followmg th1s ln close successlon Moves the honored red brxck schoolhouse W1th 1ts wooden halls and stalrways And 1ts atmosphere of quamtness Such a p1cture there IS palnted On our youthful mem ry s pages When our noble Hlgh School passes In the regal row of bulldmgs Yes Oh Elsenhower stately T1s of thee we smg our pralses Who can tell but that your portals Wlth our class your archways leavmg May send forth the future statesmen And the uprlght worthy scholars Who wlll shape the fates of natxons ln the dawn of l1fe s tomorrow? 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Y ' Stlll lt grxeyes us to conslder That your l1fe of work s nlgh over And the framework of your classrooms Must surrender 1ts past splendor To a new and modern structure Wrought 1n steel and pol1shed marble Yes tw1ll be of greater beauty But w1th1n 1ts ample hallways W1ll the coldness of 1ts marble F111 all those who are 1ts tenants W1th the old fam1l1ar Splflt Or preserve for future ages That trad1t1on line and noble Wh1ch pervade your anc1ent galler1es7 Never shall ILS brlght recesses D1m that feel1ng of affecuon Wh1ch has tugged upon our heartstrlngs For your aged swaymg rafters Nor shall It recenve the mer1t When ln future retrospectlon From the peak of our ach1evements We shall probe the baslc teachlngs Wh1ch have led us on to prowess On our hlgh school E1senhower Dearest to our class departlng We ll bestow the well earned cred1t For the 1deals we have cherxshed Wh1ch have prompted our atta1nments And confronted w1th temptatlons Well plod onward o er l1fe s h1ghway Feelxng equal to 1ts burdens For wxthm our mental chambers We shall keep thy foremost teachmg Learn and l1ve to serve thy brother ALBERT HILL lf"11Z I 1 ffl O ' ' . 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SENIOR SENIOR Senzor Congress Senior Assembly The Senaor Congress IS the l6glSlatlV2 body of the Sen1or Class It cons1sts of th1rty three members one from each homeroom 1n vyhach there are Senaors The Sen1or Congre s meets vyhenever It IS necessary and stays 1n sess1on untal ats vyork as hraashed Feyy people real1ze hoyy hard the Congress vyorks to accomplash vyhat the Sen1ors yyash Thas year the Congres sponsored a yery successful sale of Chf1SfmaS cards a ranged for the Sen1or Senate and planned a dance for the spr1ng The members are Ahce Helman Ruth Buchenhorst lack Holland lean Palmer Ry a Paersol W1ll1am Royy an Elm1r1 L1 qlcr Isabel Ruskm Dorothy Ovyens Mary Payson B+. atratt Cacuarom Kathryn Holden Mary Lammrrman Dorothy Lutz Ruth Keller Stanford Keck Donald Wolf Gertrude Nhddleton Paul Geary V1rg1n1a VVoocl Kathryn 'VltCool Iosrph Rossa Larl hreas Leonard hratdman Dorothy Bradley Horente Neale Edyy ard F10 Rato L1ll1an Beener Isalatl Malmberg Harry Btrardelll Noryan Raudenlaush Fyelyn Ktrshayy Iryan Horrotks Doras Looy The Sen1or Assembly as sponsored by MISS Foy and IS composed and educat1onal asesmbly programs for the school throughout the ent1re year The members of the club act as chaarmen dur1ng the programs The ofhcers for the first semester yayere Presldent Nlarqaret VVoodyy 'ard Vlce Presadent Robert Mayfleld and Secretary Doro thy Re1fsny der Officers for the fanal semester yy ere Pres1dent Ruth Gardner Vace Presadent Herbert Hedden Secretary Dorothy Ruf snyder 1, tlub yyas oxnpo d of the olloyyanq 11 mb rs N1l'F1ll ll tt Htltn t lyanson Dorothy l'1shyr Ruth Gardn r D1 rothy Gary H rlatrt Hyddtn 'Vlot Hlmtl farb Isaltl 'Vlalmhtrq Xxyllllilll 'Vlarberq r Robert 'Khylatld oan Pou hot Dorothy R lfSI1XCltI' itysat Snydtr Cl11rl s VN oltmq r Nlarqartt VN oodyy ard . . M" ' s yt . . . . . N- . ?-4 - ' ' - , , a , xv :ff J V1 rf, , - - y , , xg, 4 'XS' V . Y . V. . 149,54 .1 A . ' 'ma ' J , . ' f' , 1 D . , , 4 , 4 1 y my js ' 5 , ' 'z 1 , ' . ' 'ey ' , J V . ' , ' ' .. 'ffl 1 . 'z "' "1 1. Q ' X . a ' ' ' 2 , ' . Ag- . E I' 1 ' . ... " t , 1 ' . 'fish '- ' 1' , 'Q ' ' . ' 'z , .2 ' . 2 'if :fy , , - ,- . , , , . . .A . . - . .1 t fg-'S entirely of Seniors. The ob'ect of the club is to rovide entertainin I M, , I 1 P .-fv-Z Y . c ' xy. ' 4 fry! I ' 1 v Q' . . at I 'C 1 ' ' - 1 Q 1 - - " I ' ' ' C . ' , - The ' 'ai t' su - f ' t ac 1- .' . 1' ' Ave . ' ' A - 'iff 'A I . I' ' . 1 e . 7 j S1 v: ' ' x . . ' ' '- 4 , a .haf ai ". .Q 'xe. ,Ia 1 . Y' L" .' 1' ' , l 'ff' I' ' . . CI V .0 . 1 2 it X 7 ' 'i . 525-. CONGRESS ASSEMBLY DANCE BANQUET Sensor Dance ond Bonquet r1arx 13th X as 1 te nq to b rernernb r bx the semi s tx as Ile ccca 1JI'l of tne lang an 11 e Semor Binquct and Dance er tle fr f c ll chez 1 completed e erxcne fu rd 1 place 1n the banquet hall x h1ch x as bc11t1f llx decorat d 1n hon r cf Sa1ntValen t1ne After blqxxmq llSt1lV on the red 'md xxhlte horrs it each place ex erwone donned the t1nx blue and s1lx er qraduauon caps and enyoved the full course meal pro uded Mrs Ashenfelter led the qroup s1ng1ng and the Gamble Concert Companv prouded mL1SlC3l entertam ment Am1dst chs md ah ef '1dm1rat1cn for tl'1ebe'11 tlflll dresses worn bv the g1rls exeryone enjoyed danc mg to the enchantmg muslc of ack Delmar and h1s orchestra At 1130 the last tr1ppers of the l1ght fantast1c Sald qood mght and went home to dream of the exen mg vnh1ch was made Successful through the untlrmg effort of the comm1ttees 1n charge I N 113: 95 lv' l Feb 2 K' '. x" ' a da l: K f 12 3 .Y 1. 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IZQOTBAI I Finally. the Norristown grid warriors made the world take notice of their colors-blue and white. Never quitting was one of the reasons that Norristown won the Suburban Conference Crown and defeated Lower Merion for the first time in eighteen years. The spearhead of the Blue Eagles was Captain Campbell. all suburban halfback. Whenever he carried the ball. a thrill accompanied him. In the backfield were Mike Santangelo. whose long kicks often kept the Lewismen out of danger. Francis Roncase. shifty, fleet- footed junior, and Bob McCracken. hard plunging full- back. These players were supported by a hard charging line composed of Harlan Gustafson. Ed Willizimson, and Cilbert Radcliffe. ends: Walter Simon, Walter Glisson. and Ioe Quinn. tackles: Harry Berardelli and Ioseph Cenuardi, guards: and Charles Taormina at center. Gustafson was later placed on the first all suburban team and Simon on the second. With three men missing. including Captain Camp- bell. Norristown met and defeated Olney 19-0. Iourney- ing to Haverford in their first suburban contest. the best the Eagles could do was a tie 6-6. Inspired by the re- turn of their captain. Norristown trimmed a strong Potts- town team 32-6. Then, seeming to lose all form. the Lewismen met their lone defeat at Chester 6-O. The following weeks Norristown regained their champion- ship form and took easy victories from Upper Darby and Abington by the scores of 32-7 and 36-6. jf-fp Then Came thelr greatest test Lovx er Merron and agam the great team showed 1ts vxgor b t It ua nt qunte enough for the Blue Eagles were out for vxctory and came through v1ctor1o1 sly 19 0 In the remammg games wnth Overbrook and Germantown everyone saw Norrlstown unleash 1tS potentxal power to wm Seven wctorres one defeat one tre the best for qurte a whrle Not only drd Norrrstown do all thls but establxshed a new record for hrgh scorlng and clean sportsmanshrp May the vxctorrous laurels be therrs I sly.. refs 'P' QXN gh-1 ,QA Ca XSUMS ,if is-I . r . I . Y Y u . 'V 3 v . ' . . ' ,ff NN . . . . . ! X ' ' 4 li use YQ 4 'ill' ' 0 1-gl ' Y A A . . . . I 1 ' F I' 1 4 if K, 2' 9' N ' T if lf Q .,a...4g I BOYS BASKETBALL Nornstown opened a successful basketball season by defeatlng xts opponents from Upper Menon by a score of 24 10 Vlctornes fol lovxed 1n l1ke manner wlth Upper Darby the Alumnx Lansdowne Chester Wxlmmqton and Abmgton Then came our tradltlonal nvals Lovser Menon School sp1r1t enveloped the entlre tudent body Practlcally the whole school follovs ed an undefeated team to Vlllanova only to see Nornstown fall by the small score of 23 22 The team just couldn t get started after th1s setback and we lost the next tvno games to Wllmlngton 29 22 and Upper Darby 22 14 By th1s t1me the Herrmen were fa1rly d1squsted but they dldnt l se the1r good spxnt and on February 7 redeemed them elves and overcame Lansdowne by a score of 26 18 Aqam the1r vunnmg streak vxas on Chester vsas the next v1c t1m and they fell at the feet of the Nornstovsn men 32 23 The Eagles also won tvxo games from Pottstovxn and one from Abxngton The last game of the season vuth Lovx er Menon was agaln ant: cxpated vuth lntense 1nterest Thls feud of excepnonal 1nterest found Nornstovxn ahead at the half 6 1 blt the Maroon and Whxte xx on the game by a score of 20 16 Harlan Gustaf on Nornstoxxns tall center gaxned md1x1dual sconng honors nosmg out hrs Ablngton and Lou er Menon opponents by one pomt He vtas also placed on the all suburban team One as center Captaln George Stemer made the second team of the Subur ban One class The boy on th1s year s varsxty team were George Steiner Cap tam Harlan Gustafson Robert McCracken Robert Berqey Peter Plermanm esse Benylsh and Robert Lelster The manager was Stephen Puleo SCORES Norrxstow n Norrxstovtn Norrnstovtn Norrxstovun Nornstovun Norrnstovnn Nornstoun Upper Darb Alumnl Lansdovs ne Chester Wllmmgton Abington Wllmmgton Y Nornstovu n Nornstovu n Norrxstovu n Norrxstov n Norrxstovun Norrxstow n Lansdow ne Chester Pottstov. n Abmgton Pottstown Lower Menon f X N ,nf n, , li 1? 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' ' .... 33 ' ,......... ..,, l l ' ' .... 16 ' ' ' ' .... 22 ' ' ........ 29 I CIIQI 9 BASKFTBAI I e g1rl ba lx tbtll season started xx1th the roe1s1nq IUILYL ass q1n1es xx h1ch xx ere xx on bx the sxx1ft Sophomore team C1pta1ned bx Dorothx Radchffe The Var 1tx started 1ts h1ghlx successful season bx clefeatmg Lenshohoclxen to the tune of 23 1 The next xxeelx xx hen the rnem bers ol the team traxeled to Chester thex agaln toolx the ga'ne xx1th 20 pmnts agamst Ch ster s 13 IH sp1te of the fact that thex xx ere on 1 strange floor Abmqton came here onlx to be defeated 1n sp1te of xx orthx com pet1t1on the score be1nq 73 20 Haxerford too lost the q xme xxhen the repeated basleets xx h1ch xx ere made hx the forxx ards Rd1mOUdl and VV1qenhur t r1n the seor up to 37 IO The game xx1th Upper IVIer1on ended xx1th 1Complete shut out of Notrlstoxxns opponents The XISIIUFS xxere so bexx1ldered bx fist p 1ss1nq and '1ccur1te shootmq th 1t thev fuled to seore the f1n1l score of the q1rne bemq -I9 O The Co1tesx1lle q 1n1e seheduled for February 12 xx IS not played Contmumq lts ehedule and stlll undefe1ted Normstoxxn met I 1nsd1le at home Coach Flansburq s team far surpassed the1r op ponents bv Commg through for the s1xth t1me xx1th a x1ctory of 37 ll The last game of the season xx as in unhappw one for our gxrls Undefeated thev trax eled to Loxx er Menon and after a hard close qwme Ioxx er Mer1on xx on bv 3 pomts 18 21 xx as the clxscouraglng score Hoxx exer the QIFIS deserxe as much Crecllt as Could be g1xen to one team A flne sp1r1t xxas Contr1buted bv exerv member of the squad and next year thex hope to xx1n the league ID xx hlch they haxe recentlw been entered ose plaxers reee1x111e1 1rs1tx tt rs 1re or1s xxt Fl efl 1 x a 1 111 111 I 1n1gerl Use 1111 1 son WL 1 pe rnet 'N11rg1 L R 1111o11d1 K1ther1ne 5 hul lC1pt11111 Dorothx VX IQ nhurst hose up 1nd kbllllllq st 1rs xxho xx1ll reee1xe u111or V1rs1 x I tt rs 1re V1rq1r1'1 erqe x sst 1111 er I le 1t1or B1r1q1111 111 NI ITN Lotuse Cr1xxforel M1r OT1 D1 xxees V1rq1n1'1 ones Ile 1 Fl e Klemert Ruth Lmdes Adele 'Vleconnell IVI1rg1re N1L1lllIlt IUX Inez Ph1pps Dorothx Rwdelulle IC' 1pt lllll lVI1rx Rotehqer l5ertl11 Sh mer I P O lnmlqv. 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Q get I fi' 1 I W 'hex 1 1 -1 If N U Q I 0 ,I I 70 fl 'BQ -gg BUYS SWIMMING Led by an ace captam Herbert Wlllxams and coached by Mr Brownback a former swlmmer and a member of a cham pxonshlp N H S svummmg team the mermen made an excellent come back after a year s lapse of the sport ThlS year Wxlllams was the star of the season bemg defeated only once The only senxor members of the team were Edward Flo Rxto who dlved Donald Wolf who swam the medley and 220 yard free style and Herbert W1ll1ams who swam the 40 and 100 yard free style Leonard ohnson and Paul Reumont were the mamstays of the backstroke event vxhlle oseph Rambo and Rlchard Hays excelled nn breast stroke Donald Mlller along w1th hrs com pamons ohnson and Wolf composed a speedy medley team All m all the team exhlbxted a line season although lackmg rn experlence they fmnshed tymg for second place wxth Upper Darby rn Suburban One Competxtxon The future looks promls mg vuth many junlors and sophomores moldmg the team for next year Members of the Varsxty were as follovxs Captarn Herbert W1lll3InS -10 and 100 yd free style Leonard ohnson 100 yd batkstroke medley Paul Reumont 100 yd batkstroke oseph Rambo 100 yd breast stroke Eduard F10 R1to dlXlI'lQ Rxthard Hays l00 yd brt lst stroke dtvmq Nltholas Mens-sts Semor m maqtr Mtmbers of the umor Varsity vuere Charles Pique R xlph Wxlkxrms Lloyd Ktrshner ames Robbms and Ray Peters Several meets vxere very close Vlth the last ex ent decndmg the vymner Next year It IS hoped that N H S yull capture all honors for the school and those departxng from school thus year leaye behmd a spxrlted team vxhnch hopes to conquer f X nf N P sl' of ls ' Q 1 :ff 4 ff' n N . 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GIRLS SWIMMING The Norrlstown High School glrls swxmmmg team was re sumed thus year after a year s lapse Mlss Sarah Hoffer was agam coach and succeeded ln de velopmg a fatrly good team consndermg the fact that she had a small group from whnch to choose The first meet was wlth Upper Darby and Norrlstown was defeated The Mermaxds next met Abxngton and were defeated by them as they were by Haverford Down hearted because of prevxous defeats the team went to Cheltenham and won xt hrst vxctory The fmal meet of the season w1th Coatesvnlle shovxed Norrxstown as the v1ctor One of the mamstays of the team was Dorothy Fisher who scored the most pomts une Kulp captam elect also contrlbut ed many pomt havmg taken places m all dlvmg events ln whlch she partxclpated Next year m splte of the fact that four star gurls wlll gra duate the gxrls expect to have thexr final record better than 2 vlctorles 3 defeats Those recelvmg varsxty awards are Margaret Woodward Icaptamj Gertrude Mlddleton Dorothy Flsher ean Hoffman une Kulp Edna Ruttman and Betty Hoy fManagerI Those of the Iumor Varsxty are Betty Bodey Ste Dyson Mane Ebersold Edna Gelger Allce Helman Helena Hoopes Mary McMull1n ane Vmk Marlon Wltmer Mary Wolfe and Norrxstou n Nornstown Nornstown Nornstown Nornstown SCORES 27A ZZIQ Upper Darby Abmgton Haverford Cheltenham Coatesvxlle 474 52 2 sq X s , I 9:51 5' N9 ' . 1 . 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' I .B m. . . 4 Erin' ' En' E o lo o N HN' N BUYS TENNIS SCHEDULE Coatesvllle Lovter Menon Cheltenham Upper Darby Radnor Abington Bervs yn Lansdowne The annual fall tennl tournament was again run off wlth great success Entrles ln the boys d1v1s1ons numbered over forty Surprlslngly good weather was encountered and the smgles were executed wlthout the loss of a day The boys s1ngles ran off m tradltlonal form wlthout any Lpsets The four seeded players came thru and met ln the seml fmals Blll Marberger won from Morton Sablosky 6 3 6 2 to enter the finals ack Racquet beat Lester Sablosky 6 4 6 3 to meet Marberger m the fmals Raquet almost pulled off an upset but Marberqer settled down after a shaky start to w1n 5 7 9 7 6 1 Thns IS Marberger s second year of wmnmg the Fall Tennxs Tournament crown The boys doubles txtle was won by Morton Sablosky ack Raquet B111 Marberger and Warner Shannon after some ex ceedmqly fine tactxcs and only after a hard battle by each team The fmal score was 7 5 3 6 6 4 The year s team coached by W W Martm Babb IS glven an even chance to annex the Suburban Champlonshxp Thxs team IS composed of veterans all of whxch played last year Also they are backed by addxtlons from Stewart and Rxtten house On the squad are the followmg Captam ack Raquet, B111 Marberger, Lester Sablosky, Morton Sablosky, Warner Shannon, Charles Whlte, Roulan Cloud, Lexghton Haney, Cur txc Campman, Francls Raquet, Iames Brewer and Manager Eu gene McLaughlm. Awa Awa Ava Awa o pri GIQLS' TENNIS Nineteen thirty-six's tennis team boasts a new coach, an ex- champion of Norristown High School, Miss Elma Huganir. De- sirous of another championship team, this sportswoman was greeted by a great show-up of new members. The finals, with little difficulty, were taken by Elizabeth Tapley. It seems Miss Tapley has overtaken last season's stars. Mary Kuller who was defeated by the champion, played strongly for leader of the entire team, but was forced to satisfy herself with next best. The winged maldens of the packed sands are as follows Captain ane ONe1l Mary Kuller Mary Paxson oyce Howe Catherine Schiele Mary Louise Crawford Elaine Condit Doro thy Radcliffe Dorothy Ledqer Elizabeth Tapley Manager Gertrude Middleton The girls tennis tournament was conducted with the same amount of success as the boys There were over 35 entries and many newcomers were seen on the courts Many upsets were reglstered and the least known of all Betty Tapley from Stewart carried away the honors After Mary Kuller and Betty Tapley had easily won their way to the finals a sensational match was expected but Betty s speed and ability to cover the court eased her way to an one sided victory The scores were 6 1 6 0 This was the least expected of all defeats The girls team has many of last year s players and are ex to have a very successful season SCHEDULE Lower 'Vlcrion Cheltenham Upper Darby Radnor Abington Berwyn Lansdowne Away Home Away Home Home Aw ay Aw ay I 1 I y 5 ji xv of L1 .lbw --4 5 I ' I 4 I M1 qi ll ,t BOYS TRACK Preparatlon for a record breaklng team by our falthful coach Leroy Lewls ns speedlly gammg prommence Before en countermg the stronger teams an encouraging starter vuth Up per Darby provoked yet to come opponents Coach Lewxs mtends to have a greater varlety of outstand sured that Norrxstown I-hgh s Fleet footers wxll drlve an xmpact ln the Suburban Dxstrlct number I class An ldea of whos who on the track wlll prove thelr effi cnency m all undertakmgs of the sport and as they are named may you thmk of them as an unfaltermg and rn the standard of our school They are as follows HIGH IUMP William Wxlls Paul Stout SPRINTERS Charles Rose Raymond Rxppman AVELIN Mxchael Santangelo ohn Payne HALF MILE Charles Lxvmgston Gxlbert Raddclxff George Oberholtzer Robert Ressler George Oberholtzer Raymond Lawson BROAD IUMP Anthony Borzlllo Mack Snmon Gasper Pumo DISCUS Mxchael Monastero Mack Snmon Francxs Whxtton SHOT PUT Francns Whntton Mnchael Monastero Mack S1 mon QUARTER MILE Raymond Rxppman Wlllxam Wills Rus sell Raker HURDLES Charles Dnlnberto Wxllnam Wxllns Kenneth Curll Robert Meneses POLE VAULT Iohn Corley Charles Dxlnberto Robert Was ser , f Xxx f X tl l, I li ll Nw. - A I :fin gf: I ing men for further, more difficult contests. We can rest as- I "' v l 0 T I i n . ' I . . I GIRLS TRACK lmmedxately followrng Ea ter vacatron track practrce began Wrth one or txxo exceptxons the entlre champronshlp team of last year reported to prepare for another very successful year Captam Margaret Ra1mond1 the Track star competed agam thls year Wrth the ard of promrsmg sophomores Jomed wlth Sara Hallman Hazel Pernet and Catherine Austerberry who are out standmg rn the throw mg events Allce Fnsher osephme ackson and Fern Fmley m the hrgh yumps the season wrll be one long remembered Mrss Fmley also stars m the broad Jump The standmg broad jump members are Edna Bean and Sara Spohn whrle the sisters of Atalanta Mary Roedxger Cornelxa Spence and Marqaret Ralmondl leave others far behmd It IS evrdent that some of the members are golng to be wearmg tvxo track svn eaters at the close of the season - s 9, .Q II xi I - I 7 I I , I . . I in the races and dashes. C . . . Q x 1'f N, . V V u ,lf Is. ' 4 if 24 slfi,-Q -.932 nl! I "fn 0 s QI ll X BASEBALL Openlng practlce wlth the Hrst sprlng days the baseball team started preparmg for 1ts games with Suburban foes Coach Flshburn had the perpetual headache of where w1ll I get exght men and four pntchers who can w1n games for us Thxs was doubly perplexing when we consider that there were only three letter men from the 1935 team namely es e Benylsh Harlan Gustafson and Anthony Borzxllo thns years captam How ever w1th many yumor varslty men of last year and new sopho mores Mr Flshbr rn got busy and turned out a team that was far from dnsappomtmg Those new fellows who worked mto posxtnons were Edward McAdoo Charles Wlnterbottom ames Lynch Kenneth Watters Frank Bell Kenneth Rose Robert Behney and Harry Berardellx SCHEDULE Aprxl Apnl Aprxl Ma May I 5 Cheltenham Haverford Lower Menon Abmgton Lansdowne Aw ay Away Home Home Aw ay May May May Ma Cheltenham Haverford Low er Menon y 26 Abmgton May 29 Lansdowne Home Home Aw ay Away Home in L, ' L4 S! ,fa E 57 tr ' . 4- ,Q n lv n N V 1 , , I 5 . . . . Y . ' I April 17-Upper Darby ...,.... Home May 12-Upper Darby ...... Away D ' ' 21- ....,..... ' 15- ......... . ' 24- ............ 19- ............ ' 28- ' ' ...... 22- ' ' .... ' y - ' .............. - ' .............. ' C QOSS C OUNTQY On top aga1n Coach Hedstrom s Cross Country Team an nexed the Suburban Champ1onsh1p Elghtw enthus1ast1c bovs turned out for the team Forty boys remalned after many days of hard pract1ce and were uc KUFIOUS 1n all but txxo dual meets loslng to Lou er Merxon and Upper Darby They axenged the e defeats bv xxmnmg the Suburban lnterscholastlc Meet The season began xxxth an 18 47 um ox er Olney and was folloxx ed by XICYOIIQS at the expense of R1dlev Tovxnshxp W1l lramson Trade School Chester West Chester and Lansdale Captaln beorqe Qberholtzer broke SIX records on elqht courses ln the Inter cholastlc he spr1nted 1n the last hfty yards to become D1str1ct One Champxon lHdlWlCll,l3l scor1ng honors go to George Oberholtzer vuth a rxtmg of 1 Robert Ressler ua second vuth a 2 2 ratmq and Leroy Wlerman thlrd xuth 6 78 Those xx ho recelx ed varslty letters were Captam Cveorge Oberholtzer Robert Ressler Lerov Wlerman Sterlmg Krecker C1pt11n elect W1ll1am McN1mee Raymond Lawson Charles Lawson Anthony Bond1 and Paul Saylor lrwn Horrock xx as the manager lx-OI'I'1SlOVnI1 lNorr1stovxn lNorr1stoun TXOFFISIOXXII lNorr1stoxx n lN0rr1stoxxn l'Norr1stoxx I1 SLASONJ S RESULTS Olnry R1dlcy Toxxnsh1p VN 1ll1arnson Tr xde Upper DlI'l7Y Lower Menon VVest Chcsttr Lansd 111. QLIBURBAN IN Fl QSCHOLASTICS Sttond Loxxtr Vltrxon lrlrst l'Norr1stovsn 2-"M ' E 7al' ly? P 74 T X- S- 14 t - , , . - ' 1 1 ..,.,,,.r ,T,,,r.,......r........,,, 1 5 A -V ,.r...r.,. ....,,..,,. .,,.,V.rr.,,...... . . 17 ' 1 1 r....... , 11 ,...,.r 15 ' -V - . A .,.... ...A . ' 1 - .,.....r.,r.....,......... ....,,... 2 5 A Q ,,,.,.,,rrrr..,.,..... 30 Norristovvn ..........,....,......,.,........... 23 Chester .... .,........ ......,.,,,. ,.,..... 3 -I ' - T.......rr,r...,.......,.,,,r.r ,,.. 1 1 Q 5 ..,,,.1 ,1..1 ,...1....,.,,. . . 25 ff 5 ' 1 ' ...,,.,,,. ,,,e...,... .1.......... 3 2 2 ' ......,,.,,111,,..,.....,.1.., 28 , ,Q ' Q ,1,...... ..........,..,. 1,..11.... 2 2 ........1..2...,....2..1,...., +2 H 4 ' - .. ,,,,,,,,1,,, 11....,.,1.....,,,,. 1 1, 1 . Q 1 ..,..........,........,,,.....,,...1.,.. 52 it 24 . , A 5. 2 C?" -- - -X 1-A ......11.... 52 why' X52 " s - ' 1 .,,,..,.... ..., .... -I 7 41 nf.. nf f"'D J STIAD TI-IE DIARY OI: A SENIOR SEPTEMBER 3rd comes but once a year thank heaven I5 Sophomore Assembly 7ll sophomores floatmg gracefully Q72 around our halls I hope they were gxven trafllc dn rectlons 24 Now dlsmxssed at 3 15 so that we may get needed sleep 25 Flrst meetmg of Student Councxl under Herbert Hedden 28 Dlary N HS won nts first football game of the eason when they defeated Olney by Olney 19 O OCTOBER 2 Small but mxghty' B111 Marberger defeated ack Racquet and became King of the Racquet Wlelders for the second consecutxve year Many suffered from laryngltls after a hard fought game at Chester when N H S bowed to a strong team Oh well An old frrend H1 Eye rssued today Well well well Brg meetmg of the Semor Class Bevx are when 360 Sensors get together The only day that red wasnt popular Reports came out today To make us feel better they told u to make all the noxse posslble Surpr1sed7 NOVEMBER 8 It vuas a brg pep meetmg' Lower Merxon vsas finally taken over What a game' The glrls l1ke sports too Elghty three glrls reported for mterclass basketball Our Cross Country team brought home the bacon nn the form of the champlonshlp I always dxd lxke bacon I hope they contmue to brmg lt home The Cross Country team recelved a regular hallstorm of awards Thus txme 1ts the football champxonshlp NHS walked away vuth They say the camera remamed mtact after taklng the plc tures of 7ll sophomores Tl-IE DIARY GF A SENICDR 27 Hoorahs are resoundmg through the halls Thanksgnmg VBCBYIOD starts today Ive no time to waste on you dear dlary all I can thmk of IS that nice fat turkey 27 29 O o o o o Such shlvers as I experlenced tonxght The Bat was xndeed spooky The cast dxd a swell job dxary DECEMBER The Honor Socxety xnntnated nts new members today The Frlday the 13th jmx worked against Upper Merlon for N H S came home wlth a basketball vlctory of 25 10 Mrs Ashenfelter had a chance to show the school her ongblrds It seems good to have Norrnstown back m the swxm Chrlstmas Week At the end of thls week the publishers of The Tnmes Herald found that thelr sale xncreased to enor mous proportlons JANUARY Make a long 11st of good resolutlons read once qlve to frlend to read then burn Would seem advisable to students Wanted 1 paxr of 1ce skates The only safe method of transportatron seemmg to be by slxdmg along on your skates Oh the odor goes round and around oh oh oh and It comes out of the Chemistry room Please Mr Landes not that Straxght wxns for the basketball team Ho hum What IS nt boys Dld handsome Mr Halllburton make your hearts beat fas ter g1rls7 FEBRUARY 7 Seems as lf the basketball gxrls have the champlonshxp all sewed up That s the Splflt 7 If I bumped mto one I bumped mto a hundred people all rushmg to get the1r prcture taken some place or other 8 So the Senror cla s has celebrltxes tool 15 The Senlor Banquet Congratulatxons to the decoratxng and entertaxnment commlttees The muslc was marvelous and St Valentme d1d quxte well by the decoratrons V17 ka.: X .USED TZ 12- . . .. . g 13- . .. . . g 17.- . 18- ' ' ' . 1- . . , v L. 7- ---- ' ' . 13- . ,,,, ' xc 15- ' ' . . 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A '5 .Tl -'J JJSTEA, TI-IE DIAIQY OI: A SENICDIQ 28 Well Lower Merion licked us again 2016 But then Gus became high scorer of Section One Teams sea son s total Won 12 Lost 4 29 The H1 Eye Leap Year Dance went over big Soapy Moore quote That was the cheapest date I vsas ever MARCH The new month gave u a break in the weather The tem perature was up to 6'J today 6 The faculty repeated its program of the previous week Prof lvanawfulitch alias Prof Tweedledee Dum alias orator Kephart delivered an inspiring address Text Old Mother Hubbard Suburban Sports writers picked Har Gustafson as center on the All Suburban Basketball Team Gee that boy is good First College Night in our history a big uccess Twenty four colleges represented and about 500 or 600 people in attendance Seniors were informed that they must write a 1500 word term essay' Marberger went out in a dead faint' Norristown played host at District Forensic Contest Orr representatives showed up in an excellent manner. APRIL 1 Anyone who didnt get fooled today? Bill March boasted he didn t. Tsk-Tsk--What could you expect? 2 Big Suburban Student Council Conference held here. High School males noticed looking over the feminine visitors. True Norristown spirit! 6 Easter vacation---Gee, how weve waited for this short week of relaxation. Z4 The spring sports are now nicely under way. Looks like good seasons for all of them. MAY 10 Spring fever clutches us poor weak mortals. 22 The Seniors truck their stuff in their annual assembly' program. Some entertainment I call it. 25 Here ends my chronicle. Exams require my complete at- tention. Woe is me! 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ID ' 1' f. 51-jgc, , ffffz 9 lr f 2 Z Q HONOR SOCIETY UR HONOR SOCIETY IS only one chapter of an or ganlzatlon whnch has been 1nst1tuted 1n many hxgh schools throughout the country In order to be elected to the soclety the student mu t be outstandlng m scholarshxp leadersh1p character and serxlce Thus year a large club has been endeavormg to secure m formatxon concernmg the graduates of N H S for the last hve years These statxstxcs wxll be kept ln the office for future use and from them a report wlll be prepared for the State Depart ment December was a busy month for thx Soclety for It was ln thxs month that both the 1n1t1at1on of new members and the an nual Honor Socnety Banquet were held Th1s organnzatlon IS sponsored by Mlss Berger Its offncers for the fir t semester were Presxdent Leonard Frledman Vlce Presxdent Dorothy Gary and Secretary Dorothy Relf nyder For the second semester ofhcers were Presldent Herbert Hedden Vxce Presndent Irvm Horrocks and Secretary Dorothy Relfsnyder Members of the Socxety are Murnel Davxs Stanton Felt Leonard Frledman Paul Geary Harlan Gustafson Dorothy Gary Dorothy Flsher Alxce Helman Irvm Horrocks Albert Hull Ethel Krouse Martha Kurtz anet Land Elden Leach Elxzabeth Lmk Dorxs Loo Wnlllam Marberger Robert Mayfield Ellen McMurtr1e Mary Paxson ean Palmer oan Pouchot Mary Qulrk Russel Raker Dorothy Relfsnyder Isabella Ruskm Dorothy Seltzer Harrnet Slmon Weston Smxth ean Stead V1rg1n1a Tmgley Leroy Wexrman Margaret Woodxx ard I .. . . .I - . S. 'N . . , . - 'l r 1 ' 1 ' ' ' 4 . I . .' , reef -L, f 2 if: ' , ' . 24.5 mf: n- VOCATIGNAI. SGCIETY HE VOCATIONAL SOCIETY of Norristown, spon- sored by Mr. Thompson, is composed of students of the Vocational Department. A candidate must be eith- er a junior or senior and is thoroughly investigated before he is accepted. The emblem of the Society is a Keystone upon which is mounted a flaming torch. Super-imposed on the torch are the gear, draftman's triangle, carpenters square and the ball and pien hammer representing Loyalty, Leadership, Integrity, and lndustry. ln the corners of the Keystone the letters L.L.l.l. are inscribed. The officers of the Society are: President, lrvin Horrocks: Recording Secretary, Iames Lynch: Corresponding Secretary. Charles Kelso: Treasurer, Leroy Weirman: Chaplain, William Rowan. Senior members include: Merrill Adams, Paul Angelucci. Lenord Arena. Ernest Baumgart, Theodore Benz, Earl Dicicco. Augustus Dieciedue, William Gauthier. George Hay, Daniel Hoey. Irvin Horrocks, Earl Iamison, Charles Kelso. Philip Lachenmayer, Charles Livingstone, lack Lowrie. Iames Lynch. Ralph McCombs, Dominick Macholini, Iohn Marchese. Claude Mayall, Charles Moleski. Diller Robbins. Robert Robbins, William Rodebaugh. William Rowan. Harry Santanqelo. William Sheldon, Milton Shuman, Winifield Van Horn. Kenneth Watters, Leroy Weirman. Iunior members are Nelson Baird, Henry Carneavale, Ralph Edwards. Daniel Flore, Arthur Gentile. Edward Getty. Chester Hassinger. Henry Hay- den. Harry Houpt. Wismer Kriebel. Bruce Krieble, Harry Kulp. George Maier, Walter Pennington. William Perrone, Louis Puleo. Archie Rambo, William Rittenhouse, lack Saylor. lack Smallwood. Ronald Smith, William Thomas, Davis Weir. Roland Wendling. Ralph Wilkins. William Williams, Ernest Zollers, ,I 1 .p-.4 l! C i4 XE 1 :ful V- Wes p' 5- " 5 'QA 'fi I If M, E M xy 71 4 INN? f I In M il xl t ,14 ' , J dh -L. t ll l-II-EYE The beginning of the school year 1935-36 marked an im- portant event in the lives of the Norirstown High Students. That was the year Hi-Eye was restored! After losing it last year we realized how important a part it played in our school life. It has four functions to fulfill. They are Ill to give an ac- curate account of school news. QZI to promote and encourage school activities. 431 to unite the school in common interests. 143 to improve relations between the school and the community by providing a common source of information. A great deal of credit for the great success of our school paper is due Miss McCreary and Mr. Spangler, the faculty advisors. We may all be proud of Hi-Eye. the mirror of our school life. EDITORS Saul Wallach Robert McCracken Stanton Felt STAFF REPORTERS Marion VVitrner, Mary Kuller. Esther Malmberg. Mary Mc- Mullin, Walton Schlosser. Roberta Evans, Ioan Maxwell. Geoergine Haughton. Kathryn Reifsnyder. Boyd Hill, Catherine Hess. Francis Raquet. Margaret Finnegan. Clayton Moore. Lester Sablosky. Ioseph Rambo. Eleanor Ray, Mildred Sacks, Betty Woodland. Elizabeth Contestible, George Kirk. Iosephine DiFerdinando. Helen Atkinson, Anthony Cicippio. Paul Geary. BUSINESS MANAGERS Eugene McLaughlin. Mary Paxson. Margaret VVoodward. BUSINESS STAFF Sara Keiien. Roberta Evans, Nlildred Kennedy. Virginia Koons. Allan Putman. Nlary DiFelice, Tawilla Brobst. Leonard Friedman. Albert Loos. Leona Falcone, Mary L. Smith, Bertha Raphaelson. Ruth Alderfer. DEBATING Debatmg thrs year was planned on a clrfferent scale than m DFQXIOUS vears Instead of mo varslty teams there xx ere four teams txxo afhrmatrve and txxo negatrve These teams were comp sed of club members and the rdea xxa orrgmated 1n order to g1xe more tudents a chance for mterscholastnc debate 1 sex eral debates the teams were composed of only two members 'md x 1th ut an alternate The subject of thxs season s debates ll l d That the sex eral states should enact leglslatxon proxldmg for a system of complete medlcal servlce awaxlable to all Clfl ens at publrc expense On March 4 the club had as thelr guests a team from Ur smt and one from Elrzabethtoxxn They debated on the sub 1eCt Pcs lx ed That Congress should be able to overrnde the Supreme Court by a tvxo thlrds vote This debate gave the club an excellent opportunnty to tudy the tact1cs of the more ad anced college debaters Thus year s debatlng schedule mcluded these schools Sp 1ng Cnty Doylestovxn Glney Lansdale East Greennlle C llegev1lle The members of the club are oseph Dubuqte Edgar Emery Stant n Felt Leonard Frxedman Robert Galhgan Paul Geary Margaret Grlbert Albert l'l1ll Boyd Hull DOYIS Loos Robert Hayheld Rosalxe Molma ane Oberholtzer Matthew Ployd an Pouchct and can Stead Sponsor Rebecca Prlce lf"2Z ll P1 41 ' , , ' ' L71 , 3 ' U -I I, ' 'l 4 . f N .I O A ' cn . 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M ' 'fi 1 tx? 1 'JR BAND W1th a blare of trumpets the beatmg of drums and flags flymg 1n the breeze the band enters thru the north gate and another football game really begms As they march clown the held between the halves to serenade the v1s1tors every eye IS focused upon them Watchlng Archie the drum major sklllfully recapture h1s baton followmg a complxcated maneuver one realnzes the hours of patlent practlce re quxred of the members PICCOLO Salvatore Monastero FLUTE lean Palmer Athleen Iacobs Dorothy Seltzer CLARINET Carl Bovyman Ioseph Cook Ioseph Todd lohn MacNamara Ioseph Venezxa Crawford Henderson Anthony Lummo Ralph Iovyett Russell Stemple Herbert Hedden Marqaret Woodward I Y Vxrqmla Prmtz Dons Rothenberger Flat SAXAPHONE Wxllxam Reese Albert Mdfk0XX1lZ Lax erne Hallman l N C SAXAPHONE 4 " U 'xxx Floyd Hrleman D ...Q Catherme Grxflin TENOR SAXAPHONE Warren Farrel HORN Wlllxs Bosler Merrltt Bosler Henry Hayden Earl eny BARITONE Wlllx am Frledeborn BASS Edvyard Osvyald W1ll1am March Chester Ruth Warren Brxqht TRUMPET Carrol Wmedmmey er Henry Gibel llmts Anqelucu Robert Vauqhan Paul March Wllllam Boyle Thomas Herdm an Carmen Salamonv. Georqe Freas CORNET Edqar Emery Chrlstxan Huber Harry Beck TROMBONE Clayton Moore Ira Smqleton Wnlllam Webster limes Brevyer Robert Taylor Alv1n Hemmlg BASS DRUM Wxlllam Tompklns CYMBALS Anthony Santangelo DRUM Iostph Verrunl Paul Saylor Robtr! Wisser FLAG Flden Lt nb M artln Cvotsch DRUM MAIOR Arcblbald Ervym DIRECTOR Damon D Holton F l ' 1 .' . lf, xxx Manor Eastmanlz Q 2 , if 2 , I C Q ' i. E - A l ' T ,, . A I . f 2 l r i , Az ' I . ' We 4 ' V ' in " ,alps l 5 ' U '- r M . ' - I v ' - ORC!-I ESTIQA W .Ht Under the capable leadershxp of Mr Holton the orchestra as ln other years provlded most pleasant entertamment for our assembly programs and speclal events throughout the year These persons de serve mt ch credlt VIOLIN Leonard Friedman Carl Frisco Wxlham Dager lean Rrttenhouse Hurst Topley Carmen Branca Ioseph Tuturlce Ronald Markley Betty Wyers Frank Subranm Davld Remert Leonore Crawford Herman Rlckers VIOLA Charles Mxtchell Alfred Peterdozzl CELLO Ellen McMurtr1e Howard Paxson BASS VIOL Ira Smqleton FLUTE lean Palmer Dorothy Seltzer Athleen Iacobs CLARINET Carl Bowman Ioseph Cook Ioseph Todd Marqaret Woodward ns Rothenber er Do g V1rq1ma Prmtz BASS SAXAPHONE Warren Farral TRUMPET Carrol Wledlnmyer james Angeluccx Paul March Robert Vaughan TROMBONE Clayton Moore Wnllxam Webster TUBA Edward Oswald PIANO Wxlllam March DRUMS Ioseph Verrum Paul Saylor if x of I Nu I 4 S3 24 JIU, ln ,vast HJ I lfyx ug 1' fs fm Xp BC S CII-I-CIUB Under the able leadershxp of Mrs Nellxe Ashenfelter our Glee Club of 1933 and 1936 hawe recorded themselx es as another of Nor rlstovun s excellent choral groups V'iflOUS lnterestlng programs xx ere presented and gracxouslw FQCEIX ed Included 1n these xx ere txxo as sembly programs the Sprmg Muslcal select1ons at school act1x1t1es and the annual trlp to Temple Ralph Smlth Edgxr Emery Carrol VV1ed1nmyer and Smnton Felt compo ed the boys quirtet vxhlle Catherlne Sch1ele Dorrs Rothenberger and Effulv Ruppe comprlsed the g1rls tr1o The members of the boys club are MQfflll Abbett Theodore Beadle Harry Beck Robert Beldeman Earl Benz Carmen Branca ames Brewer Warren Brlqht Henry Carneaxale Albert Clemens Anthony C1c1pp1o Thomas Cole Henry Daxxs ohn Deemer Francxs Detorxe Edgar Emery Stanton Felt Leonard Frledman Henry Walter Kelly George Llndberq Bertram Lutz Pwul March Wllllam March Donald Martln Wllllqm McK1nnev Nlcholas Meneses Robert Meneses Eduard Oswald ohn Oven ames Roblnson Frmcxs Roncase oseph ROSSI Chester Ruth Morton Sxbloskv lrz Slngleton oseph Smallxxood Norman Smlth Ralph SITllTl'l Russell Stemple Ecklev Tur oseph Verrunx W1ll13m Webster Robert Wh tesell Carrol Wledlnmver Fred Wurt . A A', AW A' ,A JY, Q ,. - 61 1 ' - A , t Q e 1 l 'if ' . ,- - ' . ,' Gabel. George Gotsch. Robert Iones. Floyd Hileman, Albert Hill, ' . A . 'llc U 1. ' c . i-lg ' X . I ' ' . A . . ' . X of lf 11 N2 aj X201 4 . 6 5 4 1 Ll 9904 'N SC l-l-C The ofhcers who led the grrls clrb were Presxdent Dorothy Om ens Vlce Presxdent Emxly Ruppe and Secretary Treasurer Dor1s Cavxthra The members of the grrls club were Ruth Alderfer Rnta Asko Helen Atkxnson Emxly Baldwm Dorothy Bateman Sylvla Beck Dorns Benner une Benner Helen Betz Margaret Brady Marjorne Campbell Helen Cassel Doris Cavxthra Laura Clarke Margaret Clemmer Anne Constable Eleanor Constable Ellzabeth Contesta bxle Bertha Dando Ruth Darmstadter Ruth Dreby V1rg1n1a Dobbs Paulme Doll Catherme Dudley Dorothy Flsher Allce Freed Lena Frxsco Dorothy Gary Geraldine Gasser eanette Gerson Beatrnce Goldstem Frances Green Harr1etGreve Catherme Grlffm Frances Groif Evelyn Hallman Georgme Haughton Allce Helman Dorothy Herb1ck Naornl Herman Catherme Holden Dorls Holland Dorothy Holt Dorothy eavons Inez ohns Frances Kay Sara Kexsen Eleanor Kramer Marlan Krlebel Sarah Krlebel Vlrgxma Koons Ethel Kulp anet Land Betty Leach Llllxan Llnsenberg Dorxs Loos Dorothy Lutz Esther Malmberg Beryl Marberger Arlene Markley oan Maxwell Vlvlan Maxwell Eleanor McArthur Iean McArthur Mary McMullm Ella Oberholtzer Esther Oberholtzer ane ONe1l Doro thy Owen ean Palmer Dorothy Patterson Eva Pollarlne Eunlce Raudenbush ean Ray Irma Relff Kathryn Relfsnyder ean Rltten house Dorxs Rothenberger Betty Rothermel Emxly Ruppe Isabella Puskm ean Sadden Catherme Schxele Harr1etS1mon Mrldred Smxth Bessne Snyder Charlotte Stroud Ann Van Fossen Maureen Wade Mary Walker Margaret Woodward Loulse Yeakel Sara Young oyce Zlmmerman 'L Mx? 'H Ns , .l CEIRI il ,il UB K Qu: MEF? ' ' " 1 ' ' . If N f 1 ' ' , ' 2 - . A Y . , - V . I ' . 'I' - 7 I., V Y A . .I I .. SGI v U ,v . 'gl g .Y ,t ,I . A I I - I , A ' ir A " MSXML ,, STUDENT CGUNCII. Members of Student Council are Ruth Alderfer, Paul Bailey, Edna Ball, Edna Bean, Harry Berardelli, Virginia Bergey, Helen Beyer, Anna Boice, Margaret Bollinger, Thomas Brennen, Betty Bunting, Francis Cassidy, Marie Ciccarone, Helen Covely, Mary Louise Crawford, William Crawford, Marjorie Dale, Ethel D'Amico, Ruth Darmstader, Thomas Dearoff, Ouida Marie Fasig Charles Fidler, Edward Fio Rito, Alice Fisher, Iohn Fisher, Dorothy Florey, Eleanor Frey, Ioyce Fritz, Dorothy Fry, Robert Galligan, Ruth Gardner, Martin Gotsch, Neil Granese, Char- lotte Green, Edna Grow, Betty Hay, Iohn Hay, Naomi Herman, Albert Hill, Mildred I-litner, Peggy Hogan, William Hogan, Harry Houpt, Robert lrwin, Walter Kelly, Mildred Kennedy, Robert Knobler, Sara Krieble, Mary Kuller, Iune Kulp, Ellis Law, lean Law, Anne Lofman, Bertram Lutz, George Mairs, Eugene McLaughlin, Iohn McNamara, Alexander Mocher, Mar- garet Mullineaux, Elizabeth Murphy, Florence Neale, Dorothy Owens, Robert Peter, Gertrude Place, Matthew Ployd, Doris Povey, Alan Putnam, Dorothy Radcliffe, Kathryn Reifsnyder, Virginia Roberts, Ioseph Rossi, Lester Sablosky, Thomas Sands, Anthony Santangelo. Olga Saylor, Iohn Sharp, Iohn Sheppard, Frank Shoemaker, Robert Smallwood, Greene Smith, Marian Smith, Norman Smith, Ralph Smith, Iohn Thomas, Helen Todd. Leroy Weirman, Charles White, Robert Whitesell, William Williams, Edward Williamson, Harrison Yerger. STUDENT CQUNCII Student Council, one of the most important organizations of the school, was sponsored again this year by Mr. Schuler. Its activities throughout the year included caring for the grounds. sending cards to ill students, supervising hall decorations at Christmas and decorations at football games, keeping a scrap- book of school affairs, arranging and conducting athletic A'pep" rallies, considering student problems. and sending delegates to Suburban Student Council conferences. Norristown was host to one of these conferences in April which was considered one of the best of the year. The program consisted of a general assembly and business meeting, conference groups, and a social dinner hour. About one hundred twenty students were in at- tendance and the conference was proclaimed a success. Again Student Council proved its worth. The officers for the first Semester were: President, Herbert Hedden: Vice President. Raymond Rippman: Secretary, Doro- thy Gary: Treasurer. Charles VVolfinger. The officers for the second Semester were President, Char- les Wolfinger: Vice President, Iohn Thomas: Secretary, Ruth Gardner: Treasurer, Walter Kelly. I ' 5 Q K Z T, lf KN lla S3 c 2,4 'xl U I Eff: .Q 1 Si: 'in Q 'L M5432 X I ff-Z1 ll TRAFFIC Durmg the first seme ter Harry Flllman was Chlef Robert Mayfield Assxstant Chxef and the Captalns xxere Robert ones Albert Burkus Archle Eryx 1n and ohn Fryer In the second semester posmons changed to the folloyx mg Robert Mayfield Chlef Arehle Erxxm Asslstant Chlef and Fred WL rtz Albert Burkus Anthony ClCC1pp1O and ohn Fryer Captam Other members of the squad lnclude Theodore Beadle Russell Raker Carroll Wxedenmyer Edxxard Clark Francns Detorre George Welsh Frank Shoemaker Leonard Frledman Vlncent Santora Paul Geary Harrlson Yerqer Martln Kohn Robert Doan Floyd Hlleman Martln Gotsch oseph Smallxxood Wxllxam Gallagher Russell Scholl Morton Sablosky Harry Yoder Thomas Herd man Mlfflll Abbott WllllS Cook Robert Adams Wllllam Bla selle Wllllam Tompkln ohn Hay lrxxm Horrocks Kenneth Keller Raymond Kantner Ceorqe Wentz Robert DeChant oseph Cook Harry Custer Georqe Cvotsch Alfred Santoro Thomas Sands lra Slnqleton Wxllls Bosler Ralph Smlth ohn Hoff D3Vld Kennedy Leslie Shaxx Cveorqe McCabe Salxatore an Franusco Anthony R1c1rdell1 Ch lrles Carfigno Mr Hoffman and hls squad are not lxmlted to conductmq lfdH1C ID the halls but haxe many different talents not connected xxxth thelr CTLIIICS They presented one of the fmt t assembly progrims of the xear The trafhc band played popular select xons and the Drum Major Archle Erwxm strutted hrs stuff Other musncal txlent xx as dlsplixed md a humorous skxt The Batty Btt xx as presented The dance sponsored by the Cltb at Ersme Club House xx 1s 'another of the successful projects conducted by the pollce U' fNI-IS ,M 5 men o 'lm xN J SQ' fl l E 7 f' 7 ' ' : . f , lf I I ' ' W' A A 1' X It ll' lit! 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NX , .Lay BANKINCX CCWUNCII Flfteen members of the Bankmg Councrl whose home room had an average of 25 per cent or aboxe 1n Banking throughout the year vuere the only ones photo graphed although many others worked enthuslastlcally 1n thelr home rooms They are Charles Catanzaro Ethel Kulp Eleanor Buscxacco Grace Clarke Betty Bodey Walton Schlos Olxver Crlmley Cather1ne Smxth Catherxne Hess Mar garet Ralmondx Mary Pnfer ane Vmk Wllllam Thom as Russell Scholl Sarah Showalter Paul Rambo Mary Roedlger Theresa Stemberg Edward Elgleson Mary D1F6l1C6 Charles Kane Donald Martm Mary DAbbene Stella Zawlslack Aubrey Bateman Ceorqe McCabe eanette Posen Mxldred Tarnopol Lona Interrante Esther Cantello Leroy Welr man Allan Ballard Dora Tarnopol ames Myers Helen Todd Gene Watt Otls Henry Dons Scheetz Maryorle Dewees Marle Stemhllber Edan Mullm ohn Fryer Ann Constable Stanton Felt Ethel Zlgouras ul1a Radatta Harry Yoder Mary Romano Ellzabeth Van Lrew Dxller Robbms QI' 'I- 9,,, N If N lf' NN Y ,l Q3 r 14 J ,- -1 , .4 01251 MISS QA" - - ' ,V I I 'P'-1' ser, Eleanor Constable,-Helen Ward. Amy Ruth Ritterl I .I A ' ' ' I Y H K Y 1 I ' I I I I I Tl-IE I-IIGI-HER LOYALTY The Mask and Wig Club presented its annual Christmas play called A'The Higher Loyalty." This was a moving and beautifully enacted story concerning a bishop who considered kindness to a fellow human be- fore loyalty to his country. A touching performance was presented by Alfred Peterdozzi, a sad German spy doomed to die in enemy territory. As the bishop gave his life so that another might live, Iohn Cantelli was convincing in his difhcult role. Other acting honors went to Warner Shannon. who played Brother Anselm, and also to William Hen- drickson, Edward Baird, and Eckley Tur, the French officers. The members of the cast showed remarkable ability in their parts, and the stage effects were beautiful in their simplicity. The author of "The Higher Loyalty" was Mr. Ad- dison Allen, a member of the faculty and director of many of our dramatic productions. CLUB Adx anced Chemlstry Ar Astronomy Ax latnon Brology Camera Club Commerclal Correspondence Current Hlstory German Grrls Sports Glrls Swxrmmmng Harmomca H1 Eye H1k1ng Home Economrcs Mask and Wxg Moyne Musxc Lovers N Club Boys N Club Glrls Personalrty Rersonalxty Plng Pong Boys Pmg Pong Gxrls Poetry Rlfle Slrde Rule Soap Sculpturlng Sophomore Dramatrc Sophomore Dramatxc Splce Stamp Student Councll Tenth Leglon Trafhc TYPIHQ Yarn Craft CLUBS SPONSGR Landes Barker Mellck Melxck Schelrer Rothermel Mass Robmson Miss Esbenshide Mnss Hubert Mr Herbert Mlss Brecht Mxss Flansburg Mrss Hoffer Mr Kephart Mlss McCreary Mr Pennypacker Mnss Bell Mmss Hunsberger Mr Allen Mrss Brrght Mrs Kuhns Mr Levxns Mmss Flansburq Mxss Manex al Mlss Hunsberger Mr Sutphen Mxss Anders Mlss Rmdlaub Mr Scherrer Mr Rothermel Mr Hedstrom Mrs Barker lylnss Fox Nlxss Price Mlss Berger Mr Hedstrom Mr Schulcr Mlss Hoffer Mr Hoffman M1 s Hagv Mlss Bell PRESIDENT Mlldred Dorm orth Robert Lenster ohn W1lson ames Watson Hrdeo Takeuchr ane O Nell Dorxs Benner Edu ard Devlm Lelghton Haney Marletta Sanders George Qumty The Edrtors Wlllram Rambo V1rg1n1a Wood Ethel D Amxco Anna Scholl Warner Shannon Dorothy Krusen Alfred Peterdozzl George Stexner DOIIS Cam thra Ruta Dwyer Angellne Bono Stanley Davxs Elame Condlt Iosephrne Warner Betty Leach Edu ard Davls Charles Kelso Nlcholas Mene es Lllllan Lmsenberg Dulcre Welss Edltor Dorothy Flsher Ronald Markley Charles Wolhnger Hou ard Ottey Ch1ef Robert Mayfleld Helene Woodvx ard Ethel Stor r gms :Vg f S f'f xml, ' '4 'S 24 L1 ' -,gf 1 91 y,u n N ' ' Mr. ,' r Mrs. ' ' ' Mr. ' ' ' Mr. ' I Mr. ' ' ,.. gi, ll Z ,A .fl 5 S X X ,. 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'ri'f,z ,fi C-1 .,-.T, N N 5x If Z E' TI-IE PFQGM Monty went swmgmg down the street wxth a feelmg of exhllara tnon He greeted everyone he passed w1th a happy Hello Ted Hows thmgs A17 See you tonlght Chuck The way he felt hls worst enemy could have h1t hlm over the head wlth a club and he would have smlled shaken hrs hand and sald Thanks Llfe seemed to h1m to be the greatest pleasure a person could be glven Responslble for these almost nmpossnble thoughts was the fact that lt was Aprxl 6th and the nlght of the annual unnor Prom ThlS was the day for whnch Monty had walted three years He was now a junlor and all set for the blg dance of the year In both hrs fresh man and sophomore years he had left town the week end of the prom because xt was easxer than staymg around and envymg all the other fellows But th1s year he had the money and by heavens' he was gomg to make up for two lost years It was 7 30 that evemng when Monty let lumself mto hns room and found two lamps burnxng and some of h1s roommates clothes thrown on the bed but no roommate From th1s Monty surmlsed that Dlck had returned and hurrledly changed h1s clothes to go out some do so Monty wa not surprxsed to find the room rn such a cond1t1on Aceptmg thls he began to undress He had removed hxs t1e and shnrt when the exclted feelmg of gomg formal made h1m declde to get out the tux he had just bought and lay nt on the bed He went to the closet dxdnt see lt at first lance shuffled through all the other coats and trousers cursed a 1ttle and finally declded that hrs brand new tux was ITIISSIIIQI A cold fear clutched hrs heart Where vuas that tux? No tux no dance and he had to call for Maman at 9 15 He made a hurrled survey of the room and realxzed that there was not a snngle other place where that tux could be wlthm the space of those four walls In desperatnon he made a dash for the door plannmg to questxon every fellow on the a Ten feet outsxde the door Monty skxdded to a stop and started down the corrxdor There at the far end skxppmg damtnly toward hxm was Dick wearmg Monty s forty two dollar tux whlch was now a snght to behold The bow txe was half way around the back of has neck shrrt talls were to be seen protruding from under the coat m all dnrectlons and he tramplnng mercxlessly on the bottom of the trousers wxth every step Monty greeted hmm wxth hxs hands on hrs hnps and a gram look on hrs face Wxthout a word he clapped a hand on the back of Ducks head and practlcally threw hxm bodlly mto the room In the next ten mmutes Monty told that freshman plenty and at the end of that trme Dxck was busxly engaged ln re stormg some of the dxgnnty and youth to the tux I ff' J i' ' where. Dick was a freshman and there was no telling what he might h 11. ' V 1 ' . . . . my ip . . . - E r aj ' 'lf 4 fi 'Ihr .ffl t I ,lf SN I -'ft rv s Tl-IE PQQM 0" "NN ln srlence Monty contrnued to undress He had lost twenty mmutes by that lrttle eprsode twenty precrous mmutes whrch he corldnt afford to lose so he hurrred a he prepared for hrs shower But wrth the soothrng warm water of the show er beatrng down upon hrs back Monty s anger began to drssrpate and soon was completely washed down the drarn After all he thought Drck was just a krd and that practrcal joke seemed harmless to hrm And besrdes the tux would look all r1ght when Drck was through cleanrng rt up He began to thrnk of the dance agarn and of Marran Marran was all of the really beautrful and charmrng women of the world rolled rnto one She was thrrllrng to look at had a smooth lrne was a perfect dancer and could dress lrke a queen Posrtrvely Monty Arnold was gorng to be the proudest fellow on the floor Thrs nrght was worth wartrng two years for Hr good nature restored by such thoughts Monty was a drfferent fellow when he returned to hrs room Unfortunately thrs was not to contrnue for when Monty started the process of shavrng he ran rnto some other snags whrch cost hrm abort ten mmutes more He decrded to change blades but for the lrfe of hrm he couldn t get the old one loose When he finally drd he drscovered that he drdnt have a sharp blade to hrs name Had he used one of the old ones he d have hacked hrmself wrde open As a last resort he sent the now submrssrve Drck down the hall to borrow one of oes blades But the last straw was to come when after frnally gettmg hrs razor rn hape he turned on the tap and found that he had drawn off all the hot water for hrs shower Thrs was more than Monty could stand and for about three mmutes rn well chosen collegrate languaqe he told anyone who cared to lrsten yust what he thought about the whole damned place From that trme on nothrng happened rrght and Monty became more furrous wrth each succeedrng trouble Frrst Drck had lost the proverbral collar button and rt took plenty of searchmg and cursrng to frnd rt Then he prnched hrs frnger rn a drawer hr shoes were strff a shoelace broke hrs harr w orldn t stay combed a button was mrssrnq from hrs coat he couldnt find the trckets and a thousand other thrngs happened to rurn the ewenrng before rt was started Frnal ly he was ready and at precrsely ten o clock forty frve mmutes late he opened the door of the room and stepped ort ust then some body called Monty' Monty blrnked turned hrs head and looked around There were those four famrlrar walls of Poom 206 as he looked at them from the bed and hrs eyes passrng to the mantel read the clock 5 30 pm He shuddered and then laughed That nap he had decrded to take had turned out to be the worst nrght mare he had ever experrenced HERBERT HEDDEN f 3 Pr S3 24 Vw X ,El 5' n 5 9 y,' lf' " " . 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Q fftm "rf 'ml NNN D45-4 N FRIENDSHIP A frnend IS one who understands And shares your sorrovxs as hxs own One who g1ves hls servlce freely And does not call lt but a loan Gne who helps you wxth h1s all And sees your every battle thru A chum that shares your heavy burdens And your joys and troubles too So lf you would be a frlend Or have a frlend break not thls trust For frlendshnp IS a sacred thmg A tle that bmds txll dust to dust DOROTHY Tl-IE BRQGK There ne er was composer muslcxan or such Who could get 1n hxs muslc that thmklng touch Of the brook as nt rxpples m shallows and deeps And changes 1ts song as It merrlly creeps It glndes o er the rocks and smgs a gay tune Good enot gh to accompany the bxrds of une It tmkles It laughs lt glldes and xt plays Whlle runnlng along m the sun s merry rays In pools 1n the forest near deep glassy glades lt seems to stand stlll as 1ts song gently fades Then up on nts path It merrnly sweeps And runs along swnftly 1nto the brown deeps As l lean over and 11st to 1ts song I hear a strange story as lt runs along It sxngs of gay towns and chnldren at play It tells me how gaxly It passes the day It flows under brldges and thro pasture land It flows thro dark banks and fine yellow sand It g1ves cool refreshment for cattle by day At nxght for the fishes vtho gallantly play And sometlmes the bathers come down for a dlp Or maybe a swallow wnll take a sxp Of nts cool brown mater as gently xt smgs And talks to me tellmg me beautiful thmgs Ah' nf I had tlme I would lxsten and look And tell you more of the song of the brook HERBICK -l EAN V STEAD F. it FU rf ft .5 1" ff V . : 3 Y V - ' n : 4 1 ' I . 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A I ' KING JASPER Edwm Arlmgton Robmson There IS sat1re even 1n the t1tle Kmg asper for K1ng aspers k1nqdom IS of 1ndustry and wealth l'lonor1a hlS w1fe s Queen the1r only son the Prmce The skeleton of th1s narrat1ve mlght have well been notes jotted down by a Eugene ONe1ll for a play rebuk1ng our lxfe 1n Amer1ca However Robmson has nexer been known to m1m1c any man He IS an 1nd1x1dual1st therefore through a pathless jotrney he found the h1ghway Kmg asper Br1efly Kmg a per IS both a poet1c and h1ghly sat1r1cal ev1dence of the eternal clash between past and future where the past goes down 1n d1sastrous rout before the unguessable and feared power of the unknown Kmg Queen and Prmce fall only Zoe a name certa1nly chosen dehberately for 1ts 1mpl1cat1on rema1ns l1v1ng Only the br1ght unknown surv1ves 1n her bosom shelter1ng as much ev1l mayhap as ever was produced by the past But whatever IS 1n store our world must forever embrace ltS Zoes or d1e or f1f not perlsh 1mmed1ately so hopelessly stult1fy 1tself that how slowly lt staggers to ltS grave IS 1ns1gn1f1cant l Beyond the shadow of a doubt the key to Kmg asper 16S here You cannot have the past and cannot want lt You must have what s to be and cannot help lt ThlS poem IS 1ntr1cate although It IS beaut1ful at once Deta1led explanatlons of Kmg Iasper are of no ava1l It hould be left 1n the hands of 1tS readers to make of lt what they w1ll even at each re read1ng somethmq d1fferent IS revealed Yes 1f th1s IS Edw 1n Arlmgton Robmson swan song 1t str1kes a resonant accord of harmony LLONA FALCONE NCDNDAY IN MANHATTAN Monday 1n Manhattan beneath the cold dr1zzle of cheer less gray sk1es A blanket of fog IS slowly descend1ng and even the proud skyscrapers seem to shn er beneath ltS ghostly touch and penetratmg flngers Down on the sl1ppery street the sh1ver 1ng pede tr1ans hurry along as lf they too w ere afra1d of the s1lent spectre gradually emelopmg them lt seems to shut out all no1ses but the sharp shrnekmg of brakes Shopkeepers peer out of the1r NNlI1ClOXlS turn away and s1gh despa1r1ngly No more bus1ness today But l1fe must go on and soon the th1ckest blanket of all N1ght w1ll descend and close another Monday ln Manhattan LOUISE YEAKEL 37 lfxx 1 -"bg Qs: fi 1 N Ng f X 1 1, .. ,, if A4 E t?" 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V 1 A- ' 1 .' 71 V 1 til X 'ff J p ,..4, Tl-IE DEPREDATOR It was mxdmght and everythlng vtas 1n a state of quetude ln the house of ohn Clmton a wealthy bachelor For years old Iohn had been presndent of a c1ty bank but lately he was forced to resxgn He lxved alone m hxs large estate wxth only hxs servant as company No convenlence that axded hxm was spared nor as far as money was concerned was any luxury vuthheld from hlmself or has servants Money was merely an xnstrument of happmes Lnvmg th1s way he was able to enyoy a state of mental contentment feelmg that he was passlng his tlme as a perfectly normal man of hrs standards should lt was mldnlght and everythmg was stnll The ervants had retlred early and Mr Clxnton after transactmg some busmess had followed su1t That mornmg he had cashed a large check at the bank wxth the xntentlon of using nt for busmess purposes early the next mornmg For safety he had concealed part of nt 1n a mall corner of hls desk and another part beneath the rug To sleep peacefully conscious of havmg so much money ln the room was quxte dlflicult Fxnally through mt ch effort however he dropped off mto a dlsturbed slumber What was that no1se7 Yes surely there was some H0158 becau e Mr Clmton startled by the queer unaccustomed sounds had awaken ed w1th a start It seemed as though someone were forcmg open a wmdow But persuadlng hlmself that hx fears were groundless he dropped off 1nto another doze Agam he was awakened thls txme by pecullar creaks on the hard oak stalrs All xn a flash nt came to hxm that some one had seen hlm draw the money For a mlnute hrs blood ran cold w1th frlght but he was not a man to be overcome for want of courage He de termlned to felgn sleep and nf thls plam falled to flght rt out to the ered He knew no one ever would find the money through hls own e orts Now ln the hall he heard step approachlng h1s room whlch was far from the servants quarters Nearer and nearer they came louder and louder Mr Clmton trembled vlolently and pulled the covers over has head fNot that he was frxghtened rt was just the ostrlch ln hxrn J He even lmagmed he heard a whlspered conver satlon outside the door Fmally the door knob moved slowly Oh' what would he not have gxven for a revolver' He could feel the draught of cold a1r blowmg ln through the half opened door growmg stronger and stronger a the openxng grew wxder He could feel the blood rushmg through hrs body now hot now cold Gaxnmg enough cour age to draw h1s head from beneath the covers he peered cautlously ott He could see a shadow on the opposlte wall A fngure slowly approached Mr Clmton Mr Clmton was paralyzed to say the least Some one grabbed hum not any too gently by the shoulders and saxd m a husky volce Pahdon me Ma sa Clmton Ah' hates to make yo all up llke dns but what tlme d1d you all say for me to wake yo up tomorrow? 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'iII. , I x 4111, Q x' s'11i,x11. -, 'xx 1 In I If 5 "5 Vw 3' E ' X195 nf 'N ' VEIN CDF IRCDN by Ellen Glasgow its off No tus no 1 p trade th it rs passmg but 1 rx hurt to lsllcn Cylasqoxx Although she may be rrghtfullv referred to as an rronmst inxonc rcxdmq Vem of lron xxrth thought must see th at she merclx xxc lrs her lrony as 1 shleld It IS H defense iq nnst the triqedv that constltutes human cxperlences ln Venn of lron the author deprcts the fortune of the Frnc xstles not onlv materml but sp1r1tu1l Through the endless vears the famlly had endured all the rlgors of frontler l1fe Wlth thxs background rn her fax or Ada Frncastle lights her countless battles xxhreh are no less trymg than those of her pxoneer ances tors but xx here others are defeated she conquers Vern of lron cox ers three generatxons tts closmg chapters concern the vear through xxhmch xxe haxe tust lnxed At the conclusron MISS Glasqoxx hraxely faces thls cllsturbmq and dxsordered xx orld ln xx hrch xxe llxe W1th thls novel the author has met the test of first rate flc non Vern of Iron delmeates character rt broadens and deepens our understancllng of llfe and rts IS beautrfully xx rltten From lI1al1SplC101S begrnnmgs Ellen Glasgoxx has made herself one of the finest prose stvllsts of her t1me There IS ne novellst and there are fexx xxrlters of anv other descr1pt1on 1r Amer1e1 xx ho can xle xxlth her 1n the felrcxtous phrase carrylnq xts core sharplv percelved truth or sloxxlv garnered xxlsdom Yes she has had her equals lf not her superlors xn techmque of her craft but there IS none other xx hose xx ork IS the combma tlon of such mnumerable qualltxes xx hrch make for fxctlon that xxlll not dle tomorroxx Although many haxe praused her she has not yet fCCClVQd the full measure of IQCOQDIUOH that ns rmqhtfully hers but t1me must m xke her place secure ll OINA PALCONI nr 1 if 45" I If Sym lt 1 tl .aj ? if . .p 42 1,1 xl!! 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I ." l 7: 5 BQ PRIMA DONNA The great Lollta glamorous m a fuchsla hostess gown made her Lsual dramatlc entrance mto the drawmg room of her New York ap artment whxch was filled wlth tea guests As she stepped 1nto the doorway every head turned to her as lf drawn by a magnet and 1n deed that xs what she really ns She not only has an unusually beautl ful contralto voxce but she also possesses great per onal beauty and an unusual personality Because she does possess these three charm she has become one of the foremost operatlc stars 1n thus country and abroad At the age of twenty she made her debut ln Parx where she leaped to mstant success She IS now thlrty four and has sung ln all the Important cltxes of Europe and Amerlca and even before crowned heads Her volce has been worshipped by mlllxons and her bear ty has enslaved many In order to tell my lxttle story l must descrxbe her beauty I shall palnt her for you just as I first saw her enter that drawmg room She stood there tall and graceful m the flowmg chxffon gown color of fuchs1a Her haxr parted xn the mlddle and combed back wnth rmglet ends was sleek and black Her regular features were set 1n an ollve skxnned oval face Her eyes were her most lnterestmg features They were dark gray green black lashed and set under strongly marked brows They were magnetlc eyes compellmg and sad Wxth th1s beauty she has a strange personalnty I conslder both her exotic beauty and her complex personallty to have sprung out of her queer combmatlon of blood She IS very warm hearted and lmpe tuous and yet agam she IS cool and composed L1ta ns the essence of po1se and socxal grace but at tlmes she IS a very young very spolled and very lovable glrl Yom see lt IS really a very dlfllcult task to de scrxbe her personalxty But I must qet on wlth my story' I shall grandmother for many of Lita s characterlstxcs are l1ke hers Her grandmother was an ltallan opera slnger very beautlful and talented marrxed to an Engllshman When thelr only daughter was about grown the man dled and Lita s grandmother left England wlth her chlld They moved to Italy and there L1ta s mother fell ln love wlth a young Amerxcan artnst who was studymg nn Rome They were marrled and thelr happmess was complete when L1ta was born When the war came Lltas father was k1lled and her mother who was desperately xn love with hum dled soon afterward L1ta had only her grandmother to care for her She had studned muslc smce she was a t1ny gurl and she showed great talent What lxttle money her grandmother had was spent to further L1ta s musxcal educatnon She studxed wnth the best masters and one day a backer was found for her Th1s patron sent her to the best volce teacher m Europe and made arrangements for her de but to be held m Parxs From that tlme many backers and teachers offered themselves to her Her road to success was clear' Although nt was long and steep and requxred tedlous hours of dally study and work she has now reached the pmnacle ln spxte of the fact that she has always been 1n the lxme lxght her prxvate lxfe ns completely unknown to the world People have often wondered about lt and whether or not she has been m love Lolxta I 1 f . ' . ' . ' I . . . begin it by telling of things that happened many years ago to l..olita's I, X . . . . f N . - . . . ' 'I l1 , . I , . . If , a I plyfls Mft f l has been so busy xn her work that she has not had txme for petty lovc affaxrs There has been only one great love 1n her lxfe and whrle most women have many love affanrs Lolrta wxll have only one About ten years ago Lolrta went wrth her grandmother to the Adurondacks to spend a month Here she met a young wrlter w1th whom she fell 1n loxe These two were really happy for that month and they planned to marry but Lollta had made one mlstake She dnd not tell hrm who she really was When he found out he was furlous thmkmg that she had played wlth h1m Because the young man was stxll an unknow n author and very proud he would not marry a famous tar and be Mrss Somebody s husband They parted never to meet agam That IS the only love affanr whnch the great star ever had Perhaps you are wondermg how I know so mt ch about her lxfe A long time ago she told me all about herself when we spent a month together IU the Adlrondacks You have guessed my secret? Yes I am that young man who loved Lollta Brandon Today I have made a success and I have come back to her We are to be marrled soon and she wxll be an authors wlfe rather than a Puma Donna IOAIN MARIE POUCHOT IT S Tl-IE R NATURE Women are funny creechures sald Sam Benton puffmg gently and boxes ensued a last hasty dlvmg of hands 1nto the cracker barrel a last stealthv filchmg of pxckles and the Sparrows were settled Thr rs customary because when Sam Benton speaks the rest s1t back and lrsten Now take that datter of mme Sara Sam sand You know an I know she s got about the nlcest head o halr rn th1s sectron havm won the prxze at the Faxr last year Wal she read rn one of them magazines about how Clark Gable s last wlfe er som thm hed curls on th back of her fool head so she ups and run to me fer the money t grt herself one o them permments I looked at her and told her thet she looked a dang srght purtler natcheral but fmally I broke down and consented t glve er the money rf n she could g1t five people thet would thmk she cl look nlcer wrth a crlmp ln er haxr So off she flew to her ma who promptly told her she d futher Sara dldn t get one because she wouldn t look very good That damp ened Sara consrderable but away she went to the relatlves Aunt Netty ard no Slf' shed look turlrble Aunt Ruth sald she d look wuss Great Aunt Mary sard she never heerd tell of such foollshness of course not' All her uncles replled ln the negatlve 1n no uncertaln terms An finally 1m Batchelder he pleaded wlth her then argued wlth her and last cr ssed a blue streak swore she d be a dam fool lf he d do lt an he d never look at her agam much less go around wxth her' Wal thet set Sara back on her heels so she crxes a brt then takes her butter and egg money and gets her permment Yes sard Sam Benton women are funny creechures PAUL SAYLOR "1 x t ,I fl X I ff s M N, I I r w V , . . 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If NN gf N1 S3 . 2.2 JD . nf I ML, I x 5 I , f Y 1 1 u ' T-"Qu I X 932, Ulu? , QQ, LIFE WITH FATHER By Clarence Day Some books are to be attacked and defended to be ploughed through and pondered upon and some are to be merrily skrmmed for the sheer joy of them Such a book is Life With Father And to give it a last vital snap of easonmg one must call rn his friends and neighbors and relations and read aloud to them As a young man Clarence Day became an invalid but from the full tide of his laughing boyhood remembrances he has gleaned for Red headed dynamic Father is the leading actor and every chapter rs a scene a faire When he came home tired and hot from the office to find hr wmes tepid and not a sign of xce rn the house Father determined to wake up the vrllage to teach rt some practical salesmanshrp and to get that ice at all costs He bellowed at the 1ce man and the furniture dealer ln a voice like a fog horn he told the whole town what he thought of rt And he got hrs ice two rce boxes full and a hundred pounds left over to melt rn the bath tub He spent the rest of the evening exhausted but happy If there s one thing I like he purred contentedly Its plenty of ICC Father was fond of his wrfe and thought her lovely charmmg and talented but he could not understand her mabrlrty to cope with figures She was the woman for whom charge accounts were invent ed and in orgy of spendlng she forgot that on the first day of the month would come a time of reckoning Father was determined that every member of his famrly would be an accomplished muslcran He parceled out the instruments and when Clarence s hours of instruction and practice on the violin came to nauqht Father mterpreted the failure as a conspiracy again t him self He further proved hrs pomt by learning to play the prano qurte we Father hrrrnq a cook mstallmg a telephone rescumg his pet rug and sewmg on a button are all hilarious sketches of the blustermg patriarch of the eighties Without a hmt of hrs own suffering Clarence Day from a sick bed has drawn the v1r1le picture of his rmpetuous parent Arrogant and hot tempered but crvrlrzed and lovable Father rs launch ed on the stream of classic humor IANE OBERHOLTZER 1 ' I 'ffl' 5:5 flfg' f ef. . 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X ' xs- 1.I hu 'Int Nl ' , l i T us in thc lull ol I5-I I 'nt XI' Xtl liis Xnhc xx' Xr fs loor: Clor Iuxi r, din. and x'iltl uproar Imlt mc strumlctl on lirft ll mor. A lumox Jul und strung-r too. I x lil Xtl that I could lull t Iru. For homv untl mothXr I xxua ,'Xz ' Ang Tlcf in Iiiscn hull Xa' ng. Thu teachers xxunclcrcd to and fro. Thmi x. YZ - Y . x E . . K .Sk - i . .4 .W C sl. sl lv: 'l' C xv 5 X ' Q . 2 . , X Q 'X 2 5 'X Q :Xa X I ' X l 3 I 1 SE U X . ' X. X 2 z 1 X351 . 2 al' f:.'X.L.'a 1, A l X 'Q' c '. 'X X h'Il. Si 'X a ' X, "X z 1' ' hlX.', cl' ' Q 'X X s If XS. Q X Xa X X I Q , X 1 'i Q . LX ' cl S ' X aj Q X. X 3 1 Xa ' . ... 5 Xt X ' ' X . ' 2 X t X , . rv kv E ., ,, , E' . I X5 "1 '. I2 X ' I or' :I all 1 I' aft CIQOWDED Are you used to sleepmg w1th someone? Well Im not' Of course I do xt vxhen occaslon demands but only then and sometlmes not ex en then But when grandmother grandfather and an aunt come to v1s1t all at the same tlme space IS valuable Durmg the e txmes my brother crawls 1n vuth me The llttle mule although only nme years old has the klck of a shotgun He IS alvs ays first m bed so that when I declde to retlre I must first re move hls carcass from my side lfor he must always sleep 1n this po mon l Under normal condntxons nt takes me from one half to three mmutes to reach the land of dreams By normal condltlons I mean bed to the other When restramed from these hablts by a vxsxtor m my bed It seems to take hours to get mto a doze That IS the end unt1l there IS an abrt pt awakenmg whxch 1 ac compamed by the feel1ng of one fallmg from a clnff There xs no cllff but there IS qulte a drop from the mattress to the floor especlally when one IS returnmg from slumberland ust as I suspected 1ts the llttle pack of dynamlte Ixterally k1ck1ng me out of bed Nevertheless we get organlzed agam and my next awakenmg ns by the un flrst peepmg m the wmdow then glarmg nn my face Seemg that lt IS qulte early I thmk there IS a pOSS1blllty of gettmg to the bathroom first so I make a dash for lt but oh theres no use It s occupxed Well vse must entertam our v1s1tors NORMAN H SMITH FIQCDM MY WINDCDW Co A M My eyes roved down the runway of grass terraces and leaped to scan the proflle of that one Clty I thought I knew well The sll houette was blacker even than the nlght had been but nt was a sooth mg dark For the dullness was sprmkled w1th a thousand laughmg lnghts Even the cars crawlmg along the crest of the hxll blmked sleepnly at the mornmg On the horizon church splres and smoke stacks stramed together tovs ard the sky The spxres stood quiet to make may for prayers but the smokestacks were engrossed ln thelr usual mornmg coughmg spell and had flooded thelr corner of the sky w1th a dum hazme s On a far away hilltop marched a battalion of poplars and nearby the more femmme wnllow danced IH the mornmg One tar peered from the heavens the only permanent thlng ln the vthole pxcture I have lxved m the cxty all my lxfe but I am just begmnmg to realxze how llttle I understand 1ts moods IANE OBERHOLTZER , I Q . 3 . ' ' . . Y. 1 . I E. ' 3 . H ' ' I the freedom of lulling myself to sleep by rolling from one side of the . . ' ' . ' t I I , . v . If X ' , . . . . . g I xxx 5 v . . 'I 5, V . I . . . . v . ' I . . . . . i xl I ,14 F n FQIDAY Tl-IE Tl-IIIQTEENTI-I Frlday December thlrteenth xx as a fateful day for a good many Engllsh students xx ho xx ere told to rack thenr brarns and after salvag mg fragments of 1nsp1rat1on to xx r1te an artlcle for the year book Ixe often xx ondered xx hat a reporter feels lxke xxhen the clty edmtor barks 'X ou re paxd to get nexxs go ott and get some or dont bother commg back Noxx I knoxx xx hat the sensatxon IS and I also knoxx that ln read of not gettmg anyth1ng I xx1ll get somethlng Ill get 1 goose egg xx here lt hurts the most ln the professor s notebook That surelx xx as 1 tough asslgnment Most any one can xxrlte abort I-I zmlet or hoxx Georgxe nexer told a lxe but It takes brams to xx rm 1 ve ir book xrtxcle After h 1x1ng lxstened to the s1cklv hoxxls md xxatched the foam h md and tnmdlx xsk Teacher may l xx r1te on present day SCIQDCQ7 Wrth 1 glare that smged mv haxr and made my ears as red as be ts our professor saxd Oh Mr Takeuchll Hoxx can you? Such in rdea for 1 xear book Please Mr Takeuchl somethmg a lrttle more flttlng It you must bore make lf a llttle less k1ll1ng A l am bx nature a xery retrcent and qumet pup1l that made n t thmk After a xx h1le I suggested a hxstory of our glorxous Con stxtutlon Aqam mx ears began to cook under a baleful glare as the teacher sa1d nn a determlned and xehement manner No you may not xxrrte about the COUSfltLlf1OH or about SCIGHCQ You are golng to xx r1te an artxcle about Engllsh A man condemned to dle xxas just as happy as Mr Takeuch1 Mx fate xxas sealed and I xxa alternately reddenmg and becoming as pale as nexx fallen snoxx under the xxxthermg cross flre of stabbrng qlares and xerbal bombardments Then I fell 1nto a dead famt The prof seemg the battle xxas xx on complacently folded her arms and had another notch cut mto the heel of her left shoe HIDEO TAKELICHI WI-lY'7 Why l1ve xxhy struggle Why strxve for a goal? What good are rxches When death takes hxs toll? Lxfe IS uncertam So xxhy l1ve at all? The hlgher xxe cl1mb The farther wxe fall DOROTHY HERBICK lfxx I 'fb loft 'III I I x9 , N fl vi J xi 45 X3 2 X" 1 K I J , .- r n N , ,, , . , , . , . , K c . K H ' I . . I I . ' e 5 1' up 2 I . ' . ' ' ' 1 1 z ' K ' ' ' , ' A ' ' 'Q I 2 2 ' . sf E V Ak' w 1' I ' E v ' - ing mouths of my felloxx' suffers, I ventured to raise my trembling ' Q ' t I ' , ' . . , I ' . ' ' C C I . . 1 . C ix . . ' 7 . . . 4 . . I r 1 . Y JA Y . 1, 'C Y 5 . . T I I - n I If U I I ' . c I . . V Y ? , Ifyx X if X . 3? 'lm WF! lm 'MXN JAN UARY 23 M9569 Mlss Dorls I Povey recently dedncated her latest and most m formmg book entltled The Whys Wherefores and Hows of Gum Chev 1ng to Dr Franklm Mellck and Prof Walton Landes The wrltmg of thxs book vua suggested to Mxss Povey by Dr Melmck durmg her hxgh school career when she exhlblted her unusual abxllty m gum chewmg Thls book IS expected to be a great help to the mlllxons of gum chewers here and abroad for xt explalns just how to procure rhyth m1c motxon and smooth chewlng xon and has glven a serles of lectures on Gum Chewmg Yester day Today Tomorrow prlor to the Wflflflg of th1s extraordlnary book The Plse Q15 Amerlcon Clvlllzotlon 1927 Whoopee Hats 1930 Pee Wee Golf 193 Flag Pole Sltters 1932 Endurance Contests 1933 xg Saw Puzzles 1934 Cross Word Puzzles 1935 Cham Letters 1936 MUSIC Goes Down and Round SIGNS AQE CHANGING Pawnbroker s sxgn See me at your earlxest mconvenlence Beauty Shop If yotr hair xsnt becommg to you you should be commg to us Laundry We soak the clothes not the customer ln the Elevator of a Duluth Hotel You re never fully dressed untnl you wear a mnle Texas Cafe Use less sugar and stnr lnke the dlckens me don t mmd the noxse Chmese doctors ad Insertxon of false teeth and eyes latest methods Restaurant What food these morsels be' Q, 31 Ae. .yi lf f 4 . 1 V. ll u . . , Q 0 Q Mlss Povey, as you all know, IS presldent of the Wrigley s Un- 1 - ' 1 i I ' . . . , V . X ' ' . X, . Z . 1 .1 . 11 ' : . U BAC!-QSTAGE Polsed on the wtndow ledge and sllhouetted agamst the ky Hxmelfarb lmpersonatmg the Bat hesxtated for an mstant to spread hrs wmg like hood and make the pxcture even more grotesque when the breathless death luke sllence of the paralyzmg scene was broken by a stxfled t1tter from somewhere rn the darknes The spell was broken Backstage someone yelled there was a crash lxghts fllckered and l'l1melfarb was seen to sway a blt lose his balance and topple head fxrst flat on hls face onto the tage Pandemonnum rexgned When the llghts fmally flashed on Marberger was doubled and con vulsed wlth laughter l'larr1et Slmon was clutchmg vamly the wxde eyed dummy Leach was standmg rn a doorway hands on h1ps a grxm laugh on hns face I-llmelfarb was face down on the floor hope lessly enmeshed m h1s flowmg gown and Murxel Davxs well she was just bored' Thus the clxmax went over wlth a bang' Yes rt went over slx more tlmes that nlght unt1l exhausted Mxss lVlcCreary sald Well ltS no good lm just glad th1s IS only dress rehearsal At th1s pomt Russell Honeyman the physlclan of the play appeared from the back to exclaxm Gee that was great At XVl'11Cl'1 Hrmel farb drew h1s trusty 32 and shot hlm Wlth a blank gomg through nts dress rehearsal paces and agaln were mlqghtlly thrxlled We saw Reds ones and Mxllle Dorworth ln a couple of the1r torrnd love scenes We saw Taylor the unknown slugged bleedmg and wlth slashed cords on h1s wrlsts and ankles stagger dazedly onto the stage and flop headlong 1nto the footllghts We saw L1zz1e and Mass Van Gorder 1n that breathless scene wlth the Oulja board when lt pelled B A T' We watched llttle Albert Hxll as Doc Wells neatly el1m1nate the Bat the massxve Martm Kohn wlth a perfectly dxrected swlng of a blackjack and we saw smoothle Doan shot whlle the 1mpass1ve Harry Beck as Bxlly created a moun tam of evxdence agamst hlmself And so It went w1th both casts and M1ss McCreary the mxddle man gettnng nt comlng and gomg every nxght from 6 30 to ll 30 from Nov 1 to Nov 30 Uncea 1ng m her efforts we wonder how she was stxll able to stand tensely backstage for three mghts and hear her production glven All we know IS that she was rlght with the cast When Kohn trymg to clxmb m the wxndow knocked the scenery out of balance caus1ng lt to topple forward and was left hanglng pre carxously through the wlndow w1th one hand she laughed w1th the rest but was stlll the first to get back on the job But how much she mxssedl We wonder what her reaction would have been lf she had seen Marberger nlmbly dancmg on the stage catwalk or had watched Leach and Hrmelfarb play Buck Rogers wxth thexr ltttle blank guns or had wntnessed the mlmltable Eck Tur IH hls backstage amu ements we wont go mto detalll or per haps had seen some of the fem1n1ne members of the cast and property comm1ttee m an unexplamed huddlel Yes we wonder what she mlght have sand These are thmgs of whlch even our dlrector was unaware And so perhaps you can appreclate a scant few of the many vlvld memorxes that flash mto the mmds of members of the cast when some one mentlons the Senior play of 36 The Bat HERBERT HEDDEN u 5. X s ,IM I of ll xN f f wg 0 s 5 ' xl if Ns ' 54 3 xlq, A . . . 'f' ' ""' x . y' r . U S , I . . -f ' . Y Y ,454-1, . .. ' l f H .' . l Dropping in at .Stewart the next night we saw the other cast .' . A I . . . 4 . . . . . ' l . . 3 U 1 1 Y . . . 2 A l . . I . U . -v I I I E fa I I QXN ,J WAS I-I DAY Tu sun IS llllllliq bxlght tocln Am at 18 xux ox an smqlp hlonci nu Q wthls qo on tha L s-,uns th it all the housu Keep Nlonclix set isndu To e ulx suub then Clothlng ln hopes rh it thev ll qet drled Tho. shuts look llke some shxps it sea W1th snls 15 w hxte is snow A floppmq and 1 HLIIYLFIHQ As IU the w md thex blow There. blow the plllow cases The wmd has blown them oh so far' Thev re qulte a funny sxght And here xpon the hne we see The socks hung 1n a row Some. red some blue some brown ind qrev And some is whlte as snow For mlles 'iround the Countryslde From w here l st incl l sue The women hingmg up thelr wash That blows so merrxly Hes exerw sxnqle Monday As exerw body knows The dn IS alw Us set 1s1de For w ashmg of our clothes IIANXSI D l',' " 22 , lrha 'VI' line. F ' evj K ' lay O A 'lc H line. It 5 a Q X :'x'ix'es - . 2 Q- 3 . Y So snowy and so white. " 2 ' -- 5 '. , , l . , . .Z , 7 ' ' Y 1' R f .' ' .'Tf.7Xl. w I If N Q' A Fo 1, I xi Z : V ff Xi' ' -g'!p,Q Ref' ll 1 MEMORIES lfyub Remember the class of thnrtx s1x7 Remember Lelster up to his tr1cks7 Remember Gus and those football games And hoxx xxe yelled those elexen names? That xxas the year the tltle xxas xxon For football and track hoxx Oble could run Remember Marberqer as head of the class Remember Wnmpy on each arm a lass? Remember ean Palmer and all her As Remember MISS Dorxxorth and her petlte x:xays7 Remember Dot Brwdley and her curlv halr Remember it tests hoxx our locks xxe 0 ld tear? l And alvxavs ready xx nth a joke or pun? Remember Kexsen and her sunny smlle Remember met draxxmg all the xxh1le7 Remember those qood old flfe dr1lls7 As xxe pxled dovxn the steps oh dear As xxe pllecl doxxn the steps oh dear xx hat thr1lls' Remember Archle otr drum major tall Remember xx hen he let the baton a 7 Remember the Senlors that shed tears Ar qr1duar1on7 Has lt been ten year 7 IEAN V STEAD PICTU ES We haxe m any plctures That are funny Taken xx hen xxe xxere small Prctures of our Easter dress Of several years ago Our only plcture of Those prec1ous baby rmqlets Then the nexx halrcut Tmy photos Taken each year at school Snaps that recall Some memomble vacatxon fun A plice xx here xxe h'1xe been PICUIFCS of those frlends Of xx hom xxe hsixe smce lost track Pnctures of some specral pet Or of 1 f1x orlte teacher But of all these The one xxhlch tops the lxst ls Qur Graduatlon plcture IOAN MAXXVELL I RE IV , f NN 7 N, li ll N: if 9' 1 if , ' Q I 125, 'ef 4. . ., ' Il' N ' ' ' ' . r l .' , U " 1 f z H' .' ' ' dx" lll i . Remember MSoapy,"-chuck ful of fun. L ' 1. .C ' .A ' ' ' f 11. ' of ' BOCDKSI-IELF CDF N I-I S Drvme Comedy The Senior Play Great Expectatlons Graduatxon Vanlty baxr Martha Kurtz All s Well that Ends Well The Exams The Keeper of the Bees Blue Slxp Earners New Worlds to Conquer The Sophs lf l Have Four Apples At lunch tlme ohn Hallfax Gentleman Chud Wolfmger Phe La t of the Mohncans Alexander Mocher Daddy Long Legs Harlan Gustafson Mndsummer Nxght s Dream Weston Smxth Huckleberry Fmn Reds Ressler Next Tlme We Love B111 Marberger larzan Mlke Santangelo Lord Fauntleroy B111 March Man of Property Moe Hlmelfarb Show Them No Mercy The Teachers SPICC oyce Kmg ton une Benner anet Land Betty Buntmg and others Royal Road to Romance Whltesell and Woodward l Wrlte as l Please Hldeo Takeuchl The Last Purltan Helen Fltzgerald One Hundred Years After Old Elsenhower APPLE BLOSSOMS Pmk as a lxttle mfant s cheek Whnte as a new fallen snow Sweet as the yellow bee s honey As ln the breeze they blow Soft as a marden s caresses Shelter for all of the buds Glorxous as flelds White wxth daxsxes Too beautiful almost for words Graceful as nature can make them Showmg m masslve array Apple blo soms blossoms Lovelxest blossoms of May IEAN V STEAD -:nh 5 4 1 N .bq, ft F I I I n ,.. , ,- , .. . . . ,. ... , I ,-f , ,- ,.. , ,.. , 1 , - , A . ,. J 'T' Q F-4 , ,.. , .- , ,.. . ,- , ,. l .. H . ... . .. ,, ,.. ' -l S I l 1 l , . .. ,, , ,- .. , ,.. , ,- , .. 1 . p-if ' , .- , ,.. , ,. ' - pri V Y , . , . , I - , In We ' X, 5 - . lg ll ' ' X: - ol ., w J 1 3 - 1 If 1 ff ' 3: a,ln iql. I ' V u F :::::f::::::::::f-fffv-1fff-ax:-a::::::: --v- ------ - v--- E W N IT IS RESERVE- THAT WINS THE GAME The man who knows horses. or sprinters, or foot- ball players is not concerned so much with the start as with the finish. Nor does he judge the chances of his entry, his fax orite or his team by spurt' in the beginning but bv the reserve force which is on top The successful football team has a little more power in reserxe than seems to be needed momentarily on the gridi on Life is strangely like the mayor sports Sometimes spurts of power and in spriation come to all of us But for the most part things tend to run on a lex el And sometimes that level dips lt is for these dlpS is fo r t u n e s health or business depressions that the xxise man builds up 1 reserve Then dis ress or lean years find him prepared Montgomery Don t Forget To Trust Company NORRISTOWN Savings Account PENNA Start Your Reserve 5 I- 5 E XX W Y XXX . I , I If 1 Veg mf" 'ini NX ' . . .J . 1, V 1 ' I 1 ' 'I 'I . 1, . 'I dl . - 'I 1. ' 1, , , 1 I . 1 , 'I . . . . 1, . 1, . . 'I - .I . . 'I . . . It . 'I 'I . . 'I ' . . 1, 'I 2 'I ' . . ,V o . ly m , 1ll 3 ' 'I 'I . 4, 'I Y' ' It 'I , - 1 1, , . 4, , 1, . 1, . . 1, - 1 1 1 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 1 1, 'I 'I 'I 'I 1 ll ' 1 . ,X , , M 'I 'I '.1. :::::::::::::::,-:::::::::.-:f,-,-:::.-:::::::,-::::::::,-::::JJ 54 I 9,2 u x9 LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT We the de artrng Senrors hereby bequeath to the remarnmg P many who wrll further help rn the breakrng dovtn of our already decreprt school the followmg ane O Nerl leaves her valued personalrty to Mary Kuller Brll March bequeaths hrs unsurpa sed abrlrty to wrrte poe try to the already famous team of Sablosky and Rambo Dot Gary grves her much sought after dependabrlrty to Mar ron Wrtmer Brll Marberger leaves hrs abrlrty to hrt the ball vxrth a rac quet to Mr and Mrs Shannon s lrttlest son Warner Mr Wrrgley s delrghtfully flavored product rs bequeathed to Dorrs Povey from Tawrlla Brobst Srnce the burldrng wrll probably cave rn when Gustafson leaves the posrtron of burldrng holder upper becomes vacant lWe suggest that McCracken apply for the job Wagenhurst leaves her canal boats to 7 To anyone who can strck wrth rt vue leave ean Steads abrlrty to talk For the future junrors and senrors we leave our smcerest wrshes for a new school knowrng full well that rt rs badly needed To Mrss Hoffer we leave a book of easrer Latrn Tests that her over worrred students may have a slrghtly better chance of passrng each of those last worrred students we leave three headache prlls dose one before takrng the test one upon completron of same and thrrd when the papers are returned Wrth much coaxrng and scraprng together the Senror class has managed to Hnd enough money to buy cake and chocolate bars galore for Mr Melrck We hope from now on the Sophs dont have to lrsten to that famous sermon Easy as Eatrn Cake and Candy To some future class we bestow the honor of buyrng Mr Melrck a house wrth a strong foundatron To each and every Sophomore and Iunror we wrsh we could leave IO cents for those lrttle thrngs called Hand books that Mrss Blakey trres so hard to sell Earl Benz leaves to Walt Peck Schlosser hrs talented cheermg abrlrty also hrs success wrth the grrls due hrs posrtron and personalrty Bob Whrtesell leaves hrs much srghed over tenor vorce Ralph Smrth Paul Geary passes over hrs rmpressrve debatrng powers one Ioseph Dubuque anet Land bequeaths her skrll at drawrng and dressrng Ann Hagner and eanette Posen respectrvely Grnny Anders leaves to auburn harred Roberta Evans her popular grft of the grggles Wrmp Walter Glrsson departs leavrng behrnd hrs repu tatron as a man about town to that handsome already famed Harry Yoder Eckley Tur bequeaths hrs hobby of wearrng beautrful tres Q71 anyway brrght ones to Bobby Bergey who has a qrand start for thrs posrtron now Q. 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A' .... -L-Qa,fJl,,,, f C'ongratu1at1ons 3 6 and may you always HOLD THAT LINE I Unhke other exper1enceS I-Ixgh School days never fade into the past I those Clava character has been bllllt hablts lcqmrecl hablts of daily thouqht and dlSCIpll1'1Q concentratlon persexermce lndustry ind thr1ft that xxlll luxe xx1th you alxx 'IYS The hablt ofThr1ft acqulred In m my matanccs bv the members of the School Savmqn SvQtem xxlll be 1 grelt factor ln vour uccess Verv llttle IS IC compllshecl ln the xx orld tocliy xx1thout the help of money Many 5tudentS xalue of hixmg monev for xx orthxxhlle proyects merely trlnsfer to 1 regular Sixmqs, Account upon qradultxon The GHICQYS and Staff membera of thls bink ,om In sxncere congratulatlona ind xxmh xou the h1gheSt attamible ucceSs ESX 14 'f' TRUST CCUINIIIWXNY Uhc County.: farqcst Tank NCUJIRIRIISIITCDWN IPIENN 'VILVIBI R OF THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION I r : - ' x 1 1. 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WTI-IIN 1' can BUDGETS I 1' """"""-""-' ------' F - Get the MOST of the BEST for the LEAST 1 H TAGLEIBER SANITARY MARKETS The SPORT CASINO 2nd Floor Elston Bldg. 58 - 60 - 62 East Main Street Bowlnng Pocket Blllards and Table Tenms AW OMONINANC H Rxckle Com MODEL LAUNDRY UNEN APRONS NORRISTOWN PENNA SUPPLIES BOOKS OF ALL KINDS SHEAFFER FOUNTAIN PENS an GIFTS of the LASTING TYPE SAMES BOOK STORE 313 DeKalb Street Norrlstown Pa BERTHA LONGACRE Dresses for Iunnors Mlsses and Women Accessones 50 56 East Marshall Street I K Hosiery Underwear and 4 s ' . 4 1 s -r Y - W . 1 X f gnu' 5. WF: r'M! "' Q 4 ll 'MXN I O O ' , ,- O :::: :::::::::::::::::::::: -:::: :::: :::.-:::: :,- ,-J.-:::: .- A F::::::.-JJ.-.-:::::::::::::.-::::.-::::.-:::.-:.-:::::::.A:::.A::.-::.,, I ,l I 5 lI I, 4, 'I , I, ' 'I I 4, - I 4, I ' 44 WI 'I I I .. P , ' I . . I I I 4 - ' 'I , ' ' ' . 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REAL ESTATE INSURANCE an T INSURANCES ra LL6lfL0lZ The all xmportant event of school llfe lb surely worth a cap and gown portra1t The personal exchange of these photo graphs keeps school memorles for all tlme Bussa Studno and Am Shop 332 DeKalb Street jmofoqlflplz .Bfffn J THL YMCA X OUING MI 'N BOYS Feders A Shop For The MISS and IUNIOR I d Norristown Penn Trus Bldg. Norristown. Pu. :::::::::::::::,-:::,:::::,J ::::.-::::::::::::::::: 9 f::::::::::::f::::::::::::::::::::::::--::::::::::::::' It I TC J f r 3 A , ' K r ' ' . I v 0 4 . Qt P Q S 7' 'is 1 V ' ' 1 ' 5 le , ' ' UI I ' 1 H 'I L::::::::::::::::::.-:::::::,::::,,-,-,,:::::::::::::::::: 1:::::::::::::::::::::::'::: F:::::::::::::::::::::: 1 for N ' ' 1, ' f X '- lf and I -- . . i M has Mum Street fl . , X ltasv Membership Terms Norristown 9 . gf' 1 K 1 4-,:,,::,,::::::::,::::::::::l L::::,::,:::::-.,::,::,: 1 4" Ig! .HN . ' l . f X M Nh I v . ' 41 14 fr FOLLOW THE Crzowo TO S X? 2: X1 U 5 CAMP STARDUST ON THE PERKIQMEN IUNE 30th AUGUST 3rd ASK FOR RATES AT INORRISTOXNN X 'NX CA D K Norrrs Laundry Company Speed E Cleaners, Tne T 1 ph bl 1896 Quafzfy Oy k Gwways Washlngton and Noble Streets 203 DeKalb Street BLOCK S MONTGOMERY COUNTY S LARGEST COUNTY STORE W st Ma NORRISTOWN J I '1' ,LL-Q 701 0 alb Street -::'.:,:::::::,:,::,::::::::::::::::,:::::,:,.,:::f-,::Y-:Q F :::"::::::'-::::::":'A::"::ri::::::::::::::"::::::::::::", o F 0 ee onesi Esta ished 839 373 Y 01' 4- A:.-:::::::::::::.-::,-:::::,A::,.-:,-.-::::::::::.-.-,:::::,-.-:,J 9 15 - 21 e in Street . '9 R' R 'IMI sl Xe FREYS SANDWICH SHOP FOUNTAIN SERVICE SANDWICI-IES THAT SATISFY 323 West Mirsh ll Str t 1-1 W t M m Street Pio' 4199 LOUIS D MANN Clarence V Steffen QUALITY FLOWERS -1 E 6 hast Marshall St cet 31 Montqo ry Tust Arcade Norr to n P1 Nor, sto U Perma Statloner and Oflice Outfitter CLAYTON IL BROWN REALTOR INSURANCE 41 East Mam Street NORRISTOVVN PENNA HENDRICKS DAIRIES WAL1 FR HENDRICKS Pop Tuberculm Tested Pasteurxzed Mllk and Cream Fresh from Dalry to You Phone 4992 MARY CATANESE Oppo xte Montgomery Court Hors 417 Sm ecle Street 'Nor r Where Flowers are Always Fresh F:::::::::::"":::::'::::::::::::::":::::::::::::::'::::::: '1 'I 'r 11 I 3 u 4, ' . I . il ec 05 gi' 'I 'r 14,:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::,-::::::.-:::::::::::::: VF:::::::::::::::::::::::::: 1'::::::":::::::::::::":::: II 1+ mrc I 1, , . 1, I " I + ' , A me ' r, 1:33 " ' is W , .. , F S . r ,, I . f 1, 1, w, , 11 1, J . 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