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

 - Class of 1941

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I. E. SPILLANE 5 and 10 STORES 519 W. Marshall Street 419 DeKalb Street NORRISTOWN BRIDGEPORT Open evenings until 9 P. M. 10 P. M.-Friday G Saturday-Norristown CARES WEST END PHARMACY Prescription Specialists Rexall Store 621 West Marshall Street o Compliments f Compliments O of QUlNN'S BEAUTY Y. W. C. A. SHOP O Delta Power Tools Greenerd Arbor Presses Dumore Grinders South Bend Lathes I W B Compliments MACHINERY of 132 N. Third sf. PHILADELPHIA, PA. THE "N" CLUBS MARKET 0490 MARKET 0491 MAIN 7640 - . 'R l-lallman 84 Raclclill 517-19-21 west Marshall sneer Compllmenfs , f Furnishings for the Family 0 A FRI END NOTIONS NOVELTIES GIFTS -A' -THE SPICE OF 1941 One Hundred Sixteen FRANCIS R. FLEMING R03EfghfffiEPRESS FUNERAL DIRECTOR PRINTING SERVICE 802 DEKALB STREET NORRISTOWN, PA. AT 1414 ASTOR STREETSINCE 1934 TELEPHONE 2017 NORRISTOWN, PA 3111111111 11111 un. NORRISTOWN, PA. "SHOP AND SAVE AT SEARS" -I-GLSON DELIVERY Be Wise and Visit SERWCE NEIMAN'S TROOPER ROAD-NORRISTOWN 4956 The North End's Bright Spot DAILY SERVICE To 1224 POWELL STREET PHILADELPHIA For SUNDAES and ICE CREAM LILLIAN E. SMITH MYERS DRUG STORE Linens - Gifts -Greeting Cards MORRIS COHEN' Pm". BBC' 328 DeKalb Street 403 WEST MARSHALL STREET NORRISTOWN, PA. PHONE 5805 Clayton L. Brown Realtor - Insurance Telephone 34OO NORRISTOWN, PENNA. DELIVERY SER'VlCE PHONE 191 SIX HOUR CLEANING SERVICE PEGPLFXS CLEANERS and DYERS DRESS SUITS TO HIRE I43 West Main St., Norristown, Pa. NORRISTOWN, PA. PHONE ess MAYTAG WASHERS RADIOS G. KENNETH JONES General Electric Home Appliances PHONE724 45 East Marshall Street NORRISTOWN, PA. NORRISTOWN HARDWARE CO. I33-35 West Main Street NORRISTOWN, PA. PHONE 358 MODEL AIRPLANE SUPPLIES JONES and LEWIS l7Ol MARKLEY STREET Your ESSO Dealer For "HAPPY MOTOIRING' See Us Cadillac and Oldsmobile Sales and Service Main and Chain Streets NORRISTOWN, PA. NORRISTOWN MOTORS, INC. PHONE 5545 -THE SPICE OF 1941 One Hund d E ght Thomson Paint Store pioneer Cleaners IOI West Main Street NORRISTOWN, PA. AND Phone 4658 W. E. HALEY, Mgr. L aundcrcrs Paint-Glass-Wal Ipaper fNf'Nfxf To the Clays of '41 Be honest- Be trustworthy- Reach for the highest- Always keep your goal in mind- And you will attain it- . . . V4 Friend "MAY WE ALWAYS HAVE OUR t HIGH SCHOOLS" t ART'S SKATELAND One Hundr d N t 41.33 S.l'VlCe lor then abllxty as nn Dhe lf has become An American Tradmon for schools to select Ponhac as their engravef yea: alter your wuflw the result 'haf flue number of annuals handled by Pontiac has steadily Increased Hundreds of these :falls have developed drstmchve books mth the assistance of Ponhac artists and have VAN THE SPICE OF 1941 I ENN i lzerein 571213 efilnnufzl as ifroduwa' 1iRl'i you see an exterior view of "The House of Friendly Service," wherein a family of more than thirty skilled craftsmen cooperatively work together in producing printed material of a varied nature to till practically any requirement. VVe are proud to present this yearbook as a sample of our printing. liimbodied in this book are the planning and fore- thought of an old experienced printing establishment, plus increased efiicient production because of a new modernized building and additional equip- ment. All the advantages gained by this new building and machinery are passed on to the customer in a more complete printing service. It was a pleasure to work with the staff in a cooperative eliort to accomplish such a meritorious task as this excellent annual. VVe extend our congratulations. C7116 KUTZTOWN PUBLISHING CO., Inc ,mi 4 7 "W ' .5535 1" H .........-.........-.,...4... ........ Y, Y One Hundred Twenty-One M WT Xf'N!'f'N, Complete Coverage of School Activity I-II-EVE NEWS W 111-IE SPICE 0F 1941 F L One Hundre B li 52 O our many friends, who have shown their loyalty and sincere interest in our yearbook, we extend heartfelt thanks. Our best method is our continued patronage to those who, through their cooperation, have made the Spice of '41 a success. One Hundred Twenty-three Af I Tm Index of Advertisers Adams Clothes . . . Art's Skateland . . Batdorf, Frank .. . Block's ...... Boyd, D. Rae . . . Brown, Clayton L. . . Bussa Studio ........... Care's West End Pharmacy . . . Chatlins .............. Chicco Beverage Co. . . Cloud, J. Fenton .. DeKalb Nurseries . . DiNenno ............ Eisenhower Mothers' Club . . Evans, Conger and Beyer .... Evans, Wilbur M. .... . Farner's Restaurant . . Fleming, Francis R. . . . Friend . . . Cilbert's ..... Cilbert's Diner . . . Hajoca Corporation . . . Hallman and Radcliff . . . Horton's ......... Jones, C. Kenneth .. . Jones and Lewis ........... . Kneas, W. H., Lumber Co., lnc. Lees, James and Sons Co. .... . Martino Candy Co. . . . . McDivitt's Drug Store Model Laundry ....... Montgomery Trust Co. . . . Moore Brothers ........ Mowday, D. W. and H. D. . . Myers Drug Store .... .. lO8 .. H9 .. H3 .. HO .. lO6 .. H8 .. lll .. H6 .. H2 .. H4 .. lO8 .. H3 .. HO .. H4 .. lll .. H4 .. H4 H7 ll6,ll9 lll .. H3 .. HO .. H6 .. l08 .. H8 .. H8 .. H4 .. H2 .. H5 .. H3 .. H5 .. lO7 .. H4 .. H2 .. H8 "N" Clubs . .. Neiman's ............. Norristown Hardware Co. .. Norristown Motors, Inc. .. Norristown-Penn Trust Co. .. Oakland Farms ......... Peirce School .......... People's Cleaners and Dyers . . Perfection Bakery ........... Philadelphia College of Pharmacy Pioneer Cleaners ...,....... Quinn's Beauty Shop . . Rainey-Wood Coke Co. . Rapp, W, B. ...... . Rosenthal Press ........ Rudolph's Mill End Store .. . Scheidt, Adam, Brewing Co. .. Schuylkill Valley Lines, lnc. .. Sears Roebuck and Company .. Shuler, J. Ralph .......... Simpson Brothers . .. Smith, Lillian E. . . Spillane, J. F. ...... . Summerill Tubing Co. . . . Supplee Ice Cream .. Taglieber, John ..... Thomson's Paint Store . . . Tolson Delivery Service . . . Valley Forge Hotel . . . Vink's Pharmacy . . . Yeager, William .... Yost, D. M. Company . . . Y. M. C. A. ...... . Y. W. C. A. . . H6 H7 H8 H8 lO5 106 HO H8 HO H2 H9 H6 H5 H6 H7 Hl lO9 lO3 H7 lll lO6 H8 H6 H3 IO4 H4 H9 H7 lO4 lO8 H8 lO4 H4 H6 THE' SPICE 0F 1941 One Hundred Twenty-four ll . . f N l ' . 1 1 'Sit' ff l A Cappella Choir . Administration . . . Advertisements . . . Band .. Banking . . . Baseball .........,...... Basketball, Boys' and Girls' .. Board of Education ..... Candids "Friends of my youth . . ." Kandid Kapers .... "Let it rise . . Look Back . . . Ole' School Days ...... This Last Pleasant Year ...... We Recall Pleasant Memories Cheerleaders ................ Class Officers . . Cross Country .... Debating .... Dedication . . . Division Pages Contents . . . The Activities . . . The Athletics . . . The School .... Faculty ....... Football .... Handbook .... Hi-Eye . . Hockey . . . INDEX 72 .. IO, Il I04-I25 74 .. 7I 90 86, 87 .. I2 .. IOO .. 59 IOI 94,95 98,99 79 96,97 ., 75 .. I6 .. 84 .. 69 4,5 . 6,7 .. 60,61 80,8I 8,9 I3, I4, I5 82,83 .. 78 .. 64 .. 85 Homerooms ........ Musical Organizations A Cappella Choir Orchestra ..... "N" Clubs .... . . National Honor Society Orchestra . . . Publications Hi-Eye .. Spice .. Seniors ...... Senior Banquet . . Senior Congress . . . Senior Notables . . . Senior Play . . . Spice ....... Student Council First Semester . Second Semester Student Leaders Class Congress National Honor Society Swimming, Boys' . . . Swimming, Girls' .. Tennis, Boys' .. . Tennis, Girls' . . . Title Pages . . . Track . . . Traffic ..... Underclassmen . . Vocational Society . . . 52- 76, 20- 58 72 73 77 62 73 65 64 49 I9 63 I7 I8 64 66 67 63 62 88 89 92 93 2,3 50, 9I 70 5I 68 One Hundred Twenty-five f' - AUTOGRAPHS MW, JVM Ciuzwf L.M.L.,Q3959w 45,4 au PCM, ...Q,..f,4,.fW' 94,447 52,.,.,-QCA A H . Qnpqwvgf .'Yf Bin! fZe....uJ-V af' ' ' 1 2,6+-w3M-L an, Dani LM25 flary fnfhifl nl?" 27.f,.Q4,4..,y Q1 50dZ,,,.f4'9 QW 6.440 ' ,JMW1 X75 Awww L,L7w..W.. .ZZ W.. M 3621 WZ' w"5,f'Z,f5T 6 Sf! .yew-ul 34' 1 ?,Z?f?jDl.1.g,fL",.f. T if gain? Q 645 h U31 la , .A fd,Z.ffff,9x " f'f"' f?,L"Z,y Mr 'fa ooufmwwf A E! fx ut Tiobu't'S 29104-ff Qlfwff C5:g,rw.95YYNfG-Qi'30"d' fMf'i'Zif-98 ? -i....a..-. KMMNN fhirneff'-5+fuUI' f ,.,1 ,A g ,Yi U z21fcL'5"f7 ,, fyy10,,,u, l?:.wAT-id! 1' HW MQW! 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AT THE OFFICE IN THE CLASSROOM THE SCHOOL THE ACTIVITIES BEFORE WE BEGIN EMOCRACY in this era has acquired a meaning of singular impor- tance. lt is a living thing, the proud heritage of generations of Americans who are training their successors to continue the tradition of representation. The school is the first institution which educates its students for the democratic way of life. Through student government we learn obedience to law and the responsibility of self-government. Profitable use of leisure time is achieved through club work and extra- curricular activities. Clean competitive sportsmanship has been the aim and accomplishment of athletics. But all of these qualities are repeated in the classes and course of studies offered for the student's selections. ln our schools we are allowed and urged to choose our subjects, we are not restricted or compelled to take a certain government-directed cur- riculum. We are educated to find and take up our station in life. We, the people, are the components of this nation, founded and built on a common right to equality. lt is this actual equality that has influenced us to produce a book which uses as its theme education for democracy, with the hope that it will serve as a constant reminder of the opportuni- ties that are ours. CCNTENTS THE ATHLETICS A: SCI-ICCL Preparedness and defense are keywords today. In school preparedness of students for the democratic way of life is the aim and purpose of the administration and faculty. Education is the defense of democracy. - 315311 3. 1 1' V W in 4 5 ,QF kk X 3' gag Q X 5 it Q I SS, Q 3 ff " '54 ' 'H-X A :,, :-- ,,,.., 2 E , k 5-Ish " sf 'ful Aw H ., Xi' wx Y P P .-4 " - Edww-K. ai: " " QQ ' f- 1 f"'5 -- I fiaixii' , S v, M fu , - ,-x , - X - K K 'Wan '54, ,, Vlwnm, 1 f 4. ' AIN, K u if ADMINIS TRATION To the Class of l94l Dear Crraduates: After twelve years of study in the public schools of our great country you have arrived at the first important goal in your training. No matter what courses you have taken or where your keenest interest lies, the efforts of all your teachers have been concentrated on the task of aiding you to better equip yourselves for the years that lie ahead. At this time there is greater demand than e men and women who have able of . HRISTIAN THE SPICE ver for young prepared them l accepting th ' ' th se ves and are e responsibiliti at must be f'll ' cap- es of the man i ed with depend Th y positions able, efficient, loyal Americans. ere is work to do-are you ready and willing to accept the challenge? The American way of life calls every member of this class to its support. America is dedicated to the principle that the individual is supremeg the state a servantg and society an organized effort for the individual to find his fullest expres- sion. Will you by the nobility of your characters and the cour- age of devoted efforts rally to the support of the ideals of America? There is no surer promise of an excellent tomorrow than a noble, courageous and intelligent youth of today. Cordially yours, EMMA E C OF 1941 Superintende t n Dietrich guarding the records Miss Christian at the microphon 6 Fellow Students: The old melting-pot is boiling again-politics are being played in their most vicious form-to the danger of our country. lts affairs are of far greater magnitude than lie within the power of any petty political squabbles. However, there is one thing certain-and this may be foolish, idealistic assumption--this country will go on as it always has-its business and its people overshadow any indi- vidual or group-Provided: You demonstrate that you are not weaklings-that you have brains, culture-that you know what you want and how to get it-that you haven't lost faith in your abilities to conduct your own affairs-that you can build a substantial economic system--individually and collectively-and that the Freedoms you now cherish will forever prevail. If you demonstrate this, I know you will never sell America short. H. O. DIETRICH Miss Emma E Chrlstlan,0ur Principal Dr. H. 0. Dietrich, Our Superintendent Eleven BOARD OF EDUCATION President H. WALTON WOOD Supreme in the administration of Norristown schools is the Board of Education. By popular vote, Norristown gives the members the trust and task of educating its youth. This im- plied power varies according to the way they see fit to pro- mote and direct elementary and secondary schools. Due to the earnest efforts of the past and present boards, the local schools have progressed, theoretically and materially, from the narrow institution of yesterday to the extensive modern school of today, Presided over by Mr. l-l. Walton Wood, this active group meets twice a month for consultation and decisions. Mrs, Mabel K. Krusen is vice president, Mr, Harold R. Kratz, secre- taryg Mr, Warren K. Oberholtzer, treasurer. Further organiza- tion includes an extensive use of committees, increasing its efficiency and accomplishments. Other members of the Board include: Mr. Vincent Codshall, Rev. Mr, Robert J. Cottschall, Mr. lver Gustafson, Mr. Theo- dore Heske, Mrs. Esther L. Palmer, Mr. M. Eugene Seltzer, and Mr. Arthur J. Wismer. THE SPICE OF 1941 Twelve Back Row: Mr. Oberholtzer, Mr Wismer, Mr, Seltzer, Mrs Palmer, Mrs. Krusen, Mr Codshall, Mr. Kratz. Front Row: Rev. Mr. Cottschall Mr. Gustafson, Mr. Wood Dr. Dietrich, Mr. l-leske. f Mr. Landes directs the experiments. ur Guides to Knowledge.. ADDISON J. ALLEN, Haverford College B. S., University ot Pennsylvania M. A. ANNA R. BARKER, School of Industrial Art, Pennsylvania State College. AMANDA BELL, Drexel Institute of Technology B. S., Columbia University M. A. DOROTHY E. BEROER, Ursinus College B. A., Columbia University M. A. ELVA S. BLAKEY, University of Pennsylvania B. S., M. A. HELEN A. BOMBERCER. RHODA E. BOWERS, Hood College B. A., Columbia University B. S. ESTHER R. BRIGHT, Hood College B. A., University of Pennsylvania M. A. THOMAS W. BROWNBACK, Drexel Institute of Technology B. S., University of Pennsylvania M. S. WILLIAM E. BUTLER, Ciirard College, University of Pennsylvania. EDGAR F. BYERLY, Phila- delphia Trade School, University ot Pittsburgh. MARY A, CASSEL, Swarthmore College B. A. JOSEPHINE C. CLEMMER, Temple University B. S., University of Pennsylvania M. A. STANLEY DIETRICH, Bucknell University B. A., Temple Uni- versity M. Ed. JOSEPH D. DOLAN, Drexel Institute of Technology, Temple Uni- versity, Pennsylvania State College, General Motors Institute, University of Pennsyl- vania, Millersville State Teachers College. MARY A. DOWNEY, Columbia University B. S., University of Wisconsin, Oscar Saenger Music School, Christiansen Choral School. BERTHA H. DUCKERS, University of Pennsylvania B. S. LAWSON S. EARL, West Chester State Teachers College B. S., Temple University M. A. MARION BLEW EARL, Ursinus College B. S. EDYTH ESBENSHADE, Susquehanna University B. S., New York University M. A. HARVEY W. FISHBURN, Lebanon Valley Col- lege B. S., Harvard University M. A. KATHRYN H. GRAHAM, University of Dela- ware B. A., Columbia University M. A. CARL S. HEDSTROM, University of Penn- sylvania B. S., Drexel lnstitute of Technology. MARY L. HENDERSON, Temple University B. S. WAYNE F. HENRY, Drexel Institute of Technology, University of Pennsylvania. HARRY S. HERBERT, University of Pennsylvania B. S., M. A. ARTHUR L. HERR, Millersville State Teachers College B. S. SARAH B. HOFFER, Ursinus College B. A. ELMER C. HOFFMAN, University of Pennsylvania B. S., M. S. DAMON D. HOLTON, Mansfield State Teachers College B. S., University of Pitts- burgh, Temple University. ANNA HUNSBERCER, Pennsylvania State College B. S., Thirteen Q, I ,fly , f f 1.2! ks.,-1 f Cf ...f if .4 , f '-' " if " 4 Egg, f'L- F VfC'f-yur! f Q. C' f' ij K 73 as i I I I COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT Elmer C. Hoffman Edna E. Rundle Charles N. Sutphen Margaret Krebs John Pennypacker Edyth Esbenshade Harold E. Thompson Lynn C. McKee Edgar Byerly William Butler Carl Hedstrom Harold E. Reinmiller Wayne F. Henry Charles F. Miller Charles M. Potter Joseph Dolan Melvin E. Swenby and Education M. S. EDWIN C. KEPI-IART, Dickinson College B. A., Pennsylvania State College M. S. MARION KERSHNER, Ursinus College B, A., University of Pennsylvania. ELEANOR V. KIRKLAND, Temple University B. S., New York University M. A. RICHARD C. KISTLER, Muhlenberg College B. A., Lehigh University M. A., Uni- versity of Pennsylvania M. S. MARGARET A, KREBS, Temple University B. S. CORA M. KUHNS, Oberlin College B. A. WALTON E. LANDES, Bluffton College B. A., University of Pennsylvania M. S. MAUDE C. LEISTER. University of Penn- sylvania B. S. LEROY LEWIS, University of Pennsylvania B. S., Harvard University M. Ed, SOPHIE MaclNTYRE, Drexel Institute of Technology, Temple University, Pennsylvania State College, Fanny Farmer School, Simmons College. MARY M. MANEVAL, Pennsylvania State College B. A., University of Michigan M. A. LYNN C. McKEE, Duke University B. A., M. Ed. FRANKLIN E. MELICK, Muhlenberg College B. S., University of Pennsylvania M. A, CHARLES F. MILLER, Drexel ln- stitute of Technology. JOHN J. PENNYPACKER, Drexel Institute of Technology B. S., University of Pennsylvania M. S. REBECCA W. PRICE, Ursinus College B. A. CHARLES M. POTTER. HAROLD E. REINMILLER, L.afayette College B. S., Colum- bia University M. A. KATHERINE RINDLAUB, Gettysburg College B. A., Temple University M. A. MARIAN E. ROBINSON, New York University B. S. LEONARD K. ROTHERMEL, Franklin and Marshall College B. A., University of Pennsylvania M. A. EDNA E. RUNDLE, Cedar Crest College B. S. HAROLD K. SCHEIRER, Dick- inson College B. S., University of Pennsylvania M. S. JOHN L. SCHULER, Franklin and Marshall College B. A., University of Pennsylvania M. A. DONALD W. SHAFFER, Sliippensburg State Teachers College B. S., Duke University M. A. WILLIAM J. SPANCLER, Albright College B. A., Columbia University M. A. CHARLES N. SUTPHEN, Rider College B. S., M. S., Temole University, Clark'Uni- versity. MELVIN E, SWENBY, Stout Institute B. S, HAROLD E. THOMPSON. Pennsylvania State College B. S., M. S. HARRY S. WOLF, Lafayette College B. S., University of Pennsylvania M. S. THE SPICE OF 1941 Fourteen Marian E. Robinson Eleanor V. Kirkland Marv L. Henderson VOCATIONAL DEPARTMENT ..... .. fm f ,R hwgmini A wg,-4 .1 . w 1' W 1 . , Z - 5 V Hr. 1. U . . we .. M1 N 1- . Q . " Nw . kkxx ' -z A , x , . ' . W Q .... L Y Q 'ifissfe ' , , X51 r fi . 1 1' ex--.su ,pa . M, 1.-:,. Nz- I, .iw f ,K ,. . .mf Q.. . -1 vi? ' . rss.-2. an ' x ff: ' a 1 5 .ir new is S 5 4 5 "" ww? ?QQgf72: . . X2 iw, SW 554 Ym' Q5 fair 4 Q' . iz., up a Q 1 -f,.i-fp - X51 1533 .::..,. . Aim , -- . . I Yi XY., --f W . ..,. - K '- .,. . W X. ,,,,.Wx.,... wi.. .. X 2 -: I K 55- .- .F 4 "5 'Q I" -. ."s1 . Y li 7 I X 1 L A . M H f T122 .i , i 5? iw' x xx meal..-WM? ' 4 N Q Ei V x 5-a 31241 I I S H P , 2 .. I 2 X X J A ' 4 1-K J ,,,-., A . 5 1 - K, .,... . X4 XA f,k',, 'tub K f ,pr Sag W its F15-6 1, 'H' up If 1 'V vf Q' 1 N ' f hw Q Q E' X 'J Gvwvfi . Ar fi '.u.'r.E?i - EH 'Y ii f . 2 5 s 'H , S O I Q A 1 N MSXML 3' I Y ' 'V '55 :ETF f 1 V, 2 M ' 1 1' -. Q sw: i ' I I l . ' I ei' ' J L Q. .jx K 0- ,,,' if ng' ii. I IV-- w' Q 4 IQ ev! E OFFICERS Robert B. Evans .............. President F. C-ene Keeler ..... .... V ice President Florence lnterrante . .. ....... Secretary Donald DeHaven . . . .... Treasurer Standing: DeHAVEN, EVANS. Seated: KEELER, INTERRANTE. CLASSMATES: At long last, graduation time has come for the class of l94l. Looking backward, the three years have passed all too quickly, but how far distant this time seemed when we first entered this building, Ours is the first class to graduate after three full years in this fine new building. How complicated, how endless the corridors, how confusing the halls and rooms to us as sopho- mores, but how intimate and how dear to us as seniors. Our friendships formed here are real and lasting, our accomplishments are many and worthwhile, During our sophomore year the faculty presented a play for us. The Junior Circus was the spectacular success of our second year. The production of "You Can't Take lt With You" was a splendid accomplishment in our senior year. l want to thank all the members of our class for their splendid cooper- ation which was so necessary for the success of these events, and want the faculty to know that we most appreciate their help. We realize the value of their faithful interest in us. As we are graduated into an uncertain but demanding world, let us take advantage of the fine lessons we have learned here. Remember the value of cooperation-the joy of service. To each of you, classmates, I extend my very best wishes for a successful future. Carry on for l94l l RCBERT B. EVANS THE SPICE OF 1941 JANET MIDDLETON Tennis N O TA B L E S FTSEELESTLHEEZSFED Student Council KENNETH BOSLER Swimming STANLEY CAPONE Football ALICE FOX Hi-Eye JOHN VINK Spice WILLIAM BENYlSH Basketball DONALD Dei-lAVEN Vocational Society HARRISON FELL AND ALFRED HOHLFELD Traffic BIRDAMAE HARVEY Basketball Seventeen PAUSE AT REHEARSAL THE SENIOR PLAY ON the evenings of December 6 and 7 the Sycamore family captivated the hearts of Norristown. Moss Hart and George Kauffman's crea- tions lived, laughed and loved as the cast of the successful play, "You Can't Take lt With You," through portrayal by talented N. H. S. seniors. Hidden behind this rollickingly philosophical drama were long weary hours, breaths of fun and friendship between lines, committees and class sponsor, Miss Marian E. Robinson, seemingly everywhere, and above all, the untiring coaching of Mr. Addison J. Allen. Whimsical Grandfather Vanderhof practiced the philosophy, "Live as you want todayg tomorrow we die." The family of his daughter, the frivolous Penny and earnest Paul, caught this outlook on life. Essie's dancing, Ed's printing press, oblivious Mr. DePinna, dynamic Boris Kolenkhov, aloof Olga, all drove the lovely daughter, Alice, frantic. Worse came to worse when Alice brought home handsome Tony Kirby and his haughty wealthy parents. Throughout the play the audi- ence watched these typical American folks live their individual lives and find happiness together. LEFT TO RIGHT: Dawson rante, Epsteen, Hudnut, Class Allan, Baganz, Rothrock, Meyer Eighteen Kershner, Slough, Nave, Mc- Cune, Marlin, Sablosky, Mc- Quillan, Holland, Lutz, Inter- PARDON ME! BANQUET RECEPTION EVERYBODY READY? DANCING AFTER THE BANQUET fi-Q THE SENIOR BANQUET THE fun and furor of the l94l Seniors' long planning and fervent zeal was climaxed January 25th by the eagerly-awaited Senior Banquet. Counting on a bit of divine inspiration, the members ofthe numer- ous committees combined energies and talents to transform the gym and cafeteria into a winter wonderland, inhabited by Snowmen in a setting of blue and silver. These dreams were realized in this mem- orable night. Receiving for the gala occasion were the class officers and sponsor, Miss Marian E. Robinson, who led the happy throng to the cafeteria, where the festivity was officially initiated by President Robert Evans. Small class charms delighted the surprised seniors as they took their places at the candle-lit tables. A memorandum of the evening's events, a novel blue and silver program book, made its debut at the '4l ban- quet. Between courses, Miss Mary Downey's Senior Serenaders sang acknowledgments to the guests of honor and set the pace for popular singing by all those present. The festivity was transferred to the gym where the Grenadiers en- ticed the seniors to dancing. A baffled audience surrounded Bohn, the magician during intermission, trying to conceive his feats of mystery. As each senior reflects upon his final year, the banquet will remain a cherished memory and one of the delightful events. Nineteen ' i3QkW'5sfiAW if K in 9szf!ea4fWi4z'f'? 'W A f-H5751-,1sgMg X Q iSiEszG2ZS?g:3f?i A . -. :I Q K lfigfwfi,,ff 'ff+:f1f,suL, 92 iff' K Efvffff ml Iv-ew-int: E "ST: f If If-1 is .:57.1,1 sz 1 ' 'Yi 'wig 'V' -V: Ziff' , 2 if 1 2 5 J S, I v K K fx SENIORS OF I94I GERALD M. ABBETT-Home Room 36-Circus, Traffic, 2, 3, Conservation Club, I, Student Council, 2 . . . CHARLES ABRAMOVITZ-Home Room I-National Honor Society, Class Congress, I, 2, 3, Spice, 2, Busi- ness Manager, 3, Hi-Eye, 2, Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Home Room, Treasurer, 2, President, 3, Typing Club . . . S. PAULINE AKLEY-Home Room I-Clubs, Table Tennis, President, I, Hiking, I, Circus . . . RUTH A. ALDERFER--Home Room 63-Girls' Chorus, Hiking Club, 3 . . . JOHN M. ALLAN--Home Room I-Student Council, 2, Treasurer, 3, Senior Play, Cast, Circus, Home Room Vice President, 3, Swimming Manager, 3, Biology Club, I . . . ELIZABETH T. ALLEN-Home Room 3- Circus, Home Room, Secretary, 2, Treasurer, 3, Clubs, Hiking Club, I, 2, Advanced Table Tennis, 3 . . . CLAIRE K. ALLERTON-Home Room I-Clubs, Ping Pong, 2, 3, Library, I, 2, Correspondence, I, 2, Bicycle, I . . . JANE C. AMOROSO--Home Room 30-Clubs, Hiking, 2, 3, Red Cross, I, Banking Officer, 2 . . . JOSEPH D. ANDREWS-Home Room I3-Social Dancing Club, I . . . REDA M. ANTONELLI-Home Room I-C-irls' Chorus, Home Room, Secretary. 3, Treasurer, 3, Clubs, Correspondence, I, Hiking, 2, 3 . . . THERESA M. ANTONELLI-Home Room 3-Home Room Vice Presi- dent, 3, Hiking Club, I, 2, 3 . . . BLANCHE APPEL- Home Room I-Senior Play, Committee, Clubs, Corres- pondence, I, 2, Red Cross, 3, Banking Officer, 3 . . . ANTOINETTE R. ARENA-Home Room 38--Circus, Girls' Chorus, 2, Clubs, Social Dancing, I, 2, 3, Poetry, I, 2, Red Cross . . , EARL W. ARMITAGE-Home Room 60-Clubs, Hiking, 3, President, 3, lnterclass Basketball . . . MARTIN L. ARNOLD-Home Room 29-Class Con- gress, 3, Hi-Eye Representative, 2, Choir, 3, Traffic, l, 2, Cross Country, 3, Hiking Club, I . . . L. ELAINE ATCHISON-Home Room 3-Class Congress, I, 2, 3, Circus, Clubs, Motion Picture, I, Dancing, 2, Hiking, 3 . . . HERBERT M. BAGANZ-Home Room I5-National Honor Society, Spice, 2, 3, Hi-Eye, 2, Business Manager, 3, Debating, 2, 3, Senior Play, Cast, Circus, Home Room President, 3, Clubs, Typing, I, SchooImen's Scholastic Award, 2 . . , HARRY F. BAIRD-Home Room 3-Stu- dent Council, 2, Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Boys' Chorus, Home Room President, 3, Clubs, Biology, I, Cur- rent History, 3, Social Dancing . . . CHARLES J. BALDASANO-Home Room 25--Home Room, President, 2, Vice President, 3, Dancing Club, 3 . . . JENNIE A. Twenty-one ASSISTANT EDITORS-ALL SM I LES BALDASSANO-Home Room 3-Clubs, Tatting, I, 3, 2, Swimming, 3, Home Economics, 2, Chorus . . . SYLVIA V. BAPTISTE- Social Usage, I, Hiking, 2, Girls' Home Room 7-Girls' Chorus, Choir, 3, Hockey, I, 2, 3, "N" Club, 2, 3 . . . JOSEPH M. BARBARETTA-- Home Room I9-Class Congress, I, 2. 3, Student Coun- cil, 3, Football, 3, J. V., I, 2, Baseball, J. V., I, Clubs "N", I, Home Economics, President, 2, lnterclass Sports . . . HELEN C. BARNSHAW--Home Room I-Tap Danc- ing, I, lnterclass Basketball . . . ELLEN V. BARTLESON -Home Room 7-Class Congress, I, 2, Spice, 2, Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Choir, 2, 3, Home Room Presi- dent, 3, Treasurer, 3, Clubs, German, Secretary, I, Cos- tume, 3, Glee . . . SALVATORE A. BASILE-Home Room 4-Circus, Football, Manager, 3, First Aid Club, 3 . . . JESSIE BATCHELDER-Home Room 3-Circus, Clubs, Swimming, I, Table Tennis, 2, Advanced Table Tennis, 3 . . . DAVID M. BAUER-Home Room 4- Handbook, 3, Home Room President, I, Clubs, Leather- craft, President, I, Mask and Wig, 3 . . . C. FRANK BEAN-Home Room 4-Class Congress, 2, Circus, Home Room Vice President, 2, Treasurer, 3, Swimming, 2, 3, J. V., I, Clubs, "N", 2, 3, Treasurer, I, Typing, I . . . MARJORIE H. BEAN-Home Room 30--National Honor Society, Class Congress, I, 2, Senior Senate, Hi- Eye, I, 2, Feature Editor, 3, Circus, Home Room Vice- President, 2, 3, Basketball, J. V., I, 2, Clubs, Sophomore Dramatic, Secretary, I, Mask and Wig, Secretary, 2, Radio Broadcasting, 2, Press, President, 3 . . . MYRTLE M. BEIDEMAN-Home Room 9-Home Room Treasurer, 3, Clubs, Table Tennis, Secretary, 3, Hiking, 3, lnter- class Sports . . . DOROTHY M. BENSON-Home Room 7-Student Council, 3, Circus, Home Room, Secretary, 2, President, 2, Clubs, Personality, I, Social Dancing, 2 . . . WILLIAM P. BENYISH--Home Room 4-Circus, Home Room, President, 2, Vice President, I, 3, Basket- ball, 2, 3, J. V., I, Baseball, I, 2, 3, "N" Club, I, 2, President, 3 . . . EDNA H. BENZ-Home Room 7- Circus, Clubs, Emily Post, I, Social Usage, 2, Apollo. 3 . . . CHARLES W. BERGEY-Home Room 29-Voca- tional Society, 2, 3, Class Congress, I, 2, Home Room President, 3, Clubs, Projection, 2, 3 . . . EDNA P. BEYER-Home Room I5-Girls' Chorus, Hockey, 2, Swimming, I, Clubs, Personality, I, Correspondence, I, Business, 2, "N" 2, 3. l l ORNER AT THE LATHE DOROTHY M. BIDDEN-Home Room 63-Choir, 3, Commercial Club, 3 . . . VERNON E. BLONDIN-Home Room 7-Band, I, 2, 3, Orchestra, I, 2, 3, District Band, I, 2, 3, District Orchestra, 3, State Band, I . . . DAVID A. BOLLINGER-Home Room 4-Cheerleading, I, Cir- cus, Home Room President, 3, "N" Club, 2, 3, Swim- ming, 3, J. V., I, 2 . . . MARIANA BOLTON-Home Room 7-Home Room Secretary, 3, Correspondence Club. I, 2 . . . FRANK J. BONO-Home Room 23-Hi-Eye Representative, 2, Banking Officer, I, lnterclass Basket- ball . . . MARY F. BONO+Home Room 7-Clubs, Apollo, I, Correspondence, I, Social Dancing, 2 . . . IRENE A. BOOKHEIMER-Home Room 2-Circus, Clubs, Emily Post, 2, Home Economics, 2, Leathercraft, 2, Secretary, 2 . . . ROBERT A. BOOT-Home Room 2-Class Congress, 3, Home Room, President, 2, Vice President, I, Clubs, Dancing, 2, Typing, I, Airplane, 3, Student Council, 3 . . . GLORIA T. BORZELLECA-Home Room 7-Clubs, Spell- ing, I, Social Dancing, 2 , . . KENNETH E. BOSLER- Home Room 4-Senior Play Committee, Circus, Home Room, President, I, 3, Treasurer, 2, Football, 3, J. V., 2, Swimming, I, 2, Captain, 3, Track, 2, 3, J. V., I, Clubs, "N", Treasurer, 3, Photography, I . . . ANNIE A. BOYLE-Home Room 7-Clubs, Social Service, I, Hiking, 2, 3, Biology, 2, lnterclass Basketball . . . MARGARET E. BRANCA-Home Room 7-Banking Of- ficer, l, 2, Apollo Club, 2, 3 , . . SALVATORE A. BRANGO-Home Room 4-Traffic, 2, 3, Dancing Club, I, lnterclass Sports . , . RUTH M. BRESSEN-Home Room 7-Student Council, 2, Home Room Secretary, 2, Clubs, Poetry, I, Public Speaking, 2, First Aid, 3 . . . MOLLY M. BROGAN-Home Room 7-Class Congress, 3, Senior Play, Committee, Home Room Secretary, 2, Clubs, Biology, I, German, I, Costume, 3 . . . JUNE L. BROOKE-Home Room 2-Clubs, Dancing, 2, Emily Post, 3 . . . GEORGE A. BROWN--Home Room 4- Home Room 'Vice President, I, Slide Rule Club, 3, ln- terclass Sports . . . JOSEPH BROWN---Home Room 27- SENIORS OF I94I Twen ty -two Clubs, Home Economics, 3 . . . KAY H. BROWN-Home Room I7-Home Room, Vice President, 2, Secretary, 3, Clubs, Table Tennis, President, 2, Home Economics, Vice- President, 3, Hiking, I,Circus . . . MELVIN F. BUCKLEY -Home Room 4-Clubs, Current History, I, 2, Slide Rule, 3 . . . ETHEL E. BULER-Home Room 9-Clubs, Apollo, 2, 3, Knitting, 3, Library, 2, 3 . . . ANTHONY N. BUONO-Home Room 4-Clubs, Photography, I, Gym, 2, Circus . . . JULIA M. BUONO-Home Room 49 -Clubs, Correspondence, I, 2, Poetry, l, Red Cross Knitting, 3 . . . VERA L. BURGER-Home Room 9-Cir- cus, Home Room Secretary, 3, Clubs, Leathercraft, 2, Hiking, 3, Table Tennis, President, 3 . . . ELIZABETH A. BURNS-Home Room 9-Circus, Cirls' Chorus, Clubs, Poetry, I, Emily Post, I, Apollo, 2, Swimming, 2, Red Cross, 3, lnterclass Sports . . . JEAN L. BURRELL--Home Room I6-Home Economics Club, I . , . JOHN I. BUSCIACCO-Home Room 27-Circus, Traffic, 3, Home Room Secretary, I, Treasurer, I, Projectionist Club, 2, lnterclass Sports . . . NAINO G. BYRNE-Home Room 53-Clubs, Leathercraft, 2, Hiking, 3, Norristown Times Herald Contest, 2, lnterclass Basketball . . . VINCENT J. CAHILL--Home Room 5-Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Home Room President, 2, 3: Clubs, Social Danc- ing, 2, Library, 3, Cartoon News, 3 . . . EDWARD J. CAIN-Home Room 5-Student Council, 3, Hi-Eye, I, 2, 3, Home Room, Vice-President, 2, Football, J. V., 2, 3, Clubs, "N", 2, 3, Stamp, 2, Library, 2, 3 . . . MARIAN D. CAIN-Home Room I3-Basketball, J. V., I, 2, Tennis, J. V., I, Z, 3, Hockey, J. V., I, 3, "N" Club . . . BETTY ANN CAIOLA-Home Room I3-Tatting Club, Secretary, 2, 3, President, 3 . . . ROSE M. CALABRESE -Home Room I3-Senior Play Committee, Clubs, Tat- ting, President, I, Red Cross Dental Service, Vice-Presi- dent, 3, Social Dancing, 2 . . . VIRGINIA H. CALABRESE -Home Room 43-Senior Play, Committee, Clubs, Tat- ting, Vice-President, l, Social Dancing, 2, Dental Service, President, 3 . . . HARRY D. CALAMIA--Home Room 9. r md: l lil'l 5 V 4 f , in 5 .,V , can A? uf 7 .ai A 'QE K L-,Lgl F' 3 Q Q, 'Qviiff 'f Q1 gl r Af Wm ,M .X 'H' 6 fx .av V! nw B N 5 z . ,, ,Xmv,,m.2gs 1. Q K mix .:,.:,g,q1-. K Q 3 Q12 KJ ' K V 'F A , ' " ' ' Qflifibl Q ,. ,, 6 i f S , A L v f .. - J , lk, A :- +.M4:Lv4Qaw- TE f f i ffffg-iid ' , M 7 ' M. W, km gi, ,, Q SK E SENIORS OF I94I RUTH E. CAMERON-Home Room 5-Circus, Girls' Chorus, Clubs, Emily Post, 2, Home Economics, 2 . . , BRUCE O. CAMPBELL-Home Room I4-Class Con- gress, I, Home Room, President, I, Vice-President, 2, Home Economics Club, 2, 3 . . . ROBERT B. CANNING -Home Room 9-Baseball, J. 'V., 2, Clubs, Conservation, I, 2, "N", 3 . . . JOSEPH A. CAPACI-Home Room 9 -Home Room, Vice-President, I, Treasurer, 2, lnter- class Sports . . . JOSEPH C. CAPARO-Home Room 9- Circus, Clubs, Dancing, 2, Typing, 3, Spelling, 3, Inter- class Sports . . . FRANK CAPETOLA-Home Room I3-- Dancing Club, 3, lnterclass Sports . . . LORETTA A. CAPONE-Home Room II--Class Congress, 3, Home Room Vice-President, 3, Basketball, 3, J. V., I, 2, Hockey, I, 2, Captain, 3, Clubs, "N", 2, President. 3, Leathercraft, Treasurer, I . . . STANLEY J. CAPONE- Home Room II--Football, Captain, 3, J. V., I, 2, Danc- ing Club, 2, Spice Representative, Circus . . . SAMUEL R. CARACAPPA-Home Room I I . . . CARL J. CARBO -Home Room 23-Vocational Society, 2, 3, Student Council, 3, Traffic, I, 2, Captain, 3, Track, J. V., I, Chorus, Circus . . . FRANK F. CARBO-Home I6-Vocational Society, 2, 3, Student Council, 2, Room President, 3 . . . LOUIS F. CARBO--Home I6 . . . G. RUSSELL CARTER'-Home Room 9- Congress, I, Student Council, 2, Circus, Home Vice-President, I , Clubs, Stamp, Vice-President, I, ne, Secretary, 3 . . . DOROTHY L. CASSEL-Home I3-Emily Post Club, I . . . EDITH F. CASSEL- , 3, Clubs. Glee, Tatting 3 . . , Boys' Room Home Room Class Room Airpla Room Home Room II-Home Room Secretary I, Bicycle, I, Typing, 2, Red Cross, 3, ELEANOR B. CASSEL-Home Room I5-Clubs, Bicycle, I, Correspondence, 2, Typing, 3, Clee CASTENOVA-Home Room 30-Clubs . . . LENA G. ,Social Service. I, Apollo, I, Tatting, 3 . . . CARMELLA C. CATANZARO -Home Room 33-Clubs, Typing, I, Social Usage, 2, Red Cross. 3 . . . DOROTHY A. CERTA-Home Room 33-Circus, Clubs, Tatting, I, Correspondence, I, 2, Dental Service, 3 . . . JOSEPH B. CHICCO-Home Room Twenty-five '9 l MENU PRINTING IN THE SENIOR PLAY 27-Football, 3, J. V., I, 2, Clubs, Social Dancing, 3. Home Economics, 2, lnterclass Basketball . . . CLARENCE M. CHINCHILLI-Home Room 55-Football, J. V., I, Clubs, Social Dancing, 2 . , . VERNON CHINCHILLI- Home Room I6-Circus, Traffic, 2, 3, Football, J. V., I, 2, Baseball, J. V., I , . . ROSE M. CHURCHILL--Home Room 33-Choir, 3, Clubs, Dental Service, 3, Tatting, 2 . . . ANNA CIABATTONI-Home Room 33-Circus, Girls' Chorus, Clubs, Tatting, I, Swimming, 2, Dancing, 3, Red Cross, 3, District Chorus, 3 . . . JOSEPHINE R. CIMMINO-Home Room 33-Clubs, Dental Service, Secretary, 3, Emily Post, I, Apollo, 2 . . . HESTER B. CLARK-Home Room 33--Orchestra, I, 2, 3, Home Room Secretary, 3, Clubs, Spelling, 3, Public Speaking, 2 . . . HARRY H. CLARKE-Home Room 9-Circus, Band, I, 2, Student Conductor, 3, Orchestra, 3, Home Room Secretary , . . JANET M. CLARKE-Home Room 33--Student Council, 3, Senior Play, Committee, Circus, 3, Home Room Secretary, 3, Clubs, Typing, Sec- I, Correspondence, 2 . . . PAUL A. CLEMMER- Room I9-Student Council, I, 2, Circus, Clubs. Economics, I, 2, Airplane, 3 . , . DOROTHY E. Choir, retary, Home Home CLOUD-Home Room I3-Spice, 2, 3, Hi-Eye, 2, 3, Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Home Room, Secretary. I, 2, President, 3, Leathercraft Club, I . . . BERNICE N. COLLINS-Home Room I5-Circus, Home retary-Treasurer. 2, 3, Clubs, Social Service, 2, Hiking, Vice-President, 3 . . . JAMES H -Home Room I3-Student Council, 3, C I Room, Sec- I, Dancing, . COMPTON ircus, Home . . . HELEN Clubs, Cor- . . . HENRY l, J. V., I, Hi-Eye Representative, 3, Banking Officer, 2, lnter- class Sports, I, 2, 3 . . . DARRYL L. CREVELING- Home Room 33-Class Congress, I, 2, 3, Spice, 2, Council, 3, Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Home Room President, 2, 3, Track, J. V., 2, 3, Photography Club, I. Room Vice-President 2' Sculpture Club I M. CONVEY-Home Room I5--Hi-Eye 3 respondence, I, Hiking, 2, Tatting, 3, Glee F. COUCHARA-Home Room 23-Footba 'ax JIMMY GILBERT SHOWS HOW HARRY J. CRITSIMILIOS-Home Room 38-Traffic Club, 3 . , . G. LORNA CROLL-Home Room 5-Hi-Eye, 2, 3, Traffic, 2, Home Room Secretary-Treasurer, 2, Dancing Club, 2 . . . JOHN P. CRONIN-Home Room 45 . . . MARY L. CROSLEY-Home Room 39-First Aid Club, 3 . . . JOSEPH F. CUDDY-Home Room I4-Class Congress, 2, 3, Home Economics Club, 2, 3 . . , JOEL W. CULP-Home Room 29-Spice, 3, Home Room Vice- President, 3, Clubs, Cooking, I, 2, 3 . . . E. JANE CUSTER-Home Room 32-Hi-Eye, 3, Circus, Girls' Chorus, Ping Pong Club, Treasurer, 2 . . . ANGELO C. D'AMORE-Home Room 32-Boys' Chorus, lnterclass Sports . . . DONALD A. DANNAKER-Home Room 29 -Home Room Secretary, 2, Clubs, Hiking, 2, 3, Slide Rule, 3 . . . JUNE E. DAWSON-Home Room I7-Senior Play, Cast, Circus, Choir, 2, 3, Home Room, Secretary, 3, President, 3, Clubs, Sophomore Dramatic. I, Mask and Wig, 2, Costume, 3, Cheerleading, I, State Forensics, 2, 3 . . . RAMON D. DE ANTONIO-Home Room 32- Home Room President, 3, Traffic, 2, Stamp Club, I . . . RICHARD L. DEAROLF-Home Room 23-'Vocational Society, 2, 3, Chaplain, 3, Class Congress, 2, Circus, Home Room, Vice-President, 2, Secretary, I, Baseball, J. V., I, Clubs, Boys' Home Economics, 3, Hi-Eye Rep- resentative, I, Banking Officer, 2, 3 . . . CAMILLE J. DE FRANCESCO-Home Room II-Student Council, 2, Home Room Treasurer, 2, Clee Club, I, Hi-Eye Repre- sentative, 3, Spice Representative, 2 , . . P. DONALD DE HAVEN--Home Room 25-National Honor Society, Vocational Society, 2, President, 3, Class Congress, Treas- urer, 2, 3, Student Council, I,2, Senior Senate, Senior Play, Committee, Home Room Secretary, l, Vice-Presi- dent, 2, Baseball, 3, J. 'V., I, 2, Projectionist Club . . . LEON L. DEMBY-Home Room 45-Social Dancing Club, 2 . . . YOLANDOJ. DE ROCCO--Home Room 35-Clubs, Typing, l, Conservation, 2, Social Dancing, 3, Red Cross, 3 . . . JOHN A. DE SANTE--Home Room 35-Home Room Vice-President, 3, Baseball, J. V., I, Motion Pic- SENIORS OF I94I Twenty-six ture Club, I . . . JAMES G. DETWILER-Home Room Ile-Circus, Band, I, 2, 3, Orchestra, 3, Boys' Chorus, Swimming, 3, J. V., 2 . . . JOHN DI BARTHOLOMEO- Home Room 25-Vocational Society, 2, Corresponding Secretary, 3, Circus, Home Room, Secretary, 2, 3, Pro- jectionist Club, Vice-President, 2 . . . ANTHONY J. DI BONAVENTURE-Home Room SI-Boys' Chorus . . , CARMELLA. R. DI FERDINANDO+-Home Room I7- Clubs, Corresponding, I, Commercial, 2, Social Usage, 2 . . . MORRIS M. DILIBERTO-Home Room 37-Circus, Clubs, Handcraft, I, Stamp, 2, Mask and Wig, 3 . . . KARL E. DILLINGER-Home Room 35-Home Room President, 3, Football, 2, 3, J. V., I, "N" Club, I, 2, 3 . . . JOSEPH D. DI NOFRIO-Home Room 25-Circus, Band, I, 2, 3 . . . GEORGE J. DI RADO-Home Room I4-Dancing Club, I, 2 . . . NICK DI SANTO-Home Room 27-Class Congress, I, 2, Student Council, I, Traffic, 2, 3, Home Room Secretary, 3, Treasurer, 3, Circus, Clubs, Stamp, 2, lnterclass Basketball . . . A. JUNE DOLAN-Home Room Il-Student Council, 3, Swimming, 2 . . . DANIEL F. DONAHUE-Home Room II-Cartoon Club, 3 . . . MELVA E. DORWORTH- Home Room 35-Senior Play, Committee, Clubs, Cer- man, I, Correspondence, Secretary, 2, Home Economics, 3, Costume, 3 . . . BENJAMIN E. DREBY-Home Room Il-Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Band, I, 2, 3, Or- chestra, 3, Boys' Chorus, Choir, 3, Home Room Presi- dent, 3 . . . KATHRYN M. DUNLEVY-Home Room 7 --Cirls' Chorus, Clubs, Hiking, Z, lnterclass Sports . , . GEORGE H. EDWARDS-Home Room 27--Circus, Home Room Vice President, I, Football, 3, J. V., I, 2, Social Dancing Club, 3 . . . TESSIE M. EDWARDS- Home Room 2--Hi-Eye, 3, Clubs, Apollo, I, Emily Post, 2, Table Tennis, 3 . . . J. FINLEY EHINGER-Home Room 35-Home Room 'Vice-President, 2, Clubs, Social Dancing, I, Forum, 2 . . . GLADYS F. ELLIS--Home Room 35-Clubs, Home Economics, I, 2, 3, Bicycle, 2. f in ' 1' Q S if 'W' W aff' 2.541 ix Q S ff Q ,Q J V--., Q -, J' 9 4' " M5 SENIORS OF I94I LENA P. EPIFANIO-Home Room 35-Home Room Treasurer, 3, Clubs, Animal, I, 2, Emily Post, I, Presi- dent, 3, Vice-President, 3 . . . LEATRICE EPSTEEN- Home Room 55-Senior Play, Cast, Clubs, Mask and Wig, 2, Debating, 3 . . . J. MILTON ETTINGER- Home Room 35-National Honor Society, Class Con- gress, l, 2, 3, Student Council, 2, President, 3, Vice- President, 3, Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Clubs, Forum, President, 2, Typing, I . . . KARL H. EVANS- Home Room 9-Class Congress, 2, 3, Hi-Eye, I , Circus, Choir, 2, 3, Home Room President, 3, Clubs, Sopho- more Dramatic, I, Mask and Wig, 2, 3, Student Coun- cil, 3 . . . ROBERT B. EVANS-Home Room ll-Senior Class President, 3, Class Congress, I, 2, 3, Senior Sen- ate, 3, Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Football, 2, 3, J. V., I, Basketball, 3, Baseball, 2, 3, J. V., I, "N" Club, 2, Treasurer, 3 . . . JAMES M. FALCO-Home Room 35- 'Vocational Society, 2, Track, 3, J. V., I, 2, Clubs, Home Economics, 3, Social Dancing, 2 . .. JOSEPH J. FAY-Home Room 25-Circus, Basketball, 3, J. V., I, 2, Baseball, J. V., I, "N" Club, 2, 3 . . . ANNA T. FAZIO-Home Room 35-Clubs, Social Usage, I. Tatting, I, Home Economics, 2, Social Usage, 2, Swim- ming, 3, Hiking, 3, Girls' Chorus, 3, Circus . . . CHARLES B. FAZIO-Home Room I9-Football, J. V., I, 2, 3, "N" Club, 2, 3, lnterclass Sports, Circus . , . JOSEPH A. FAZIO-Home Room 27-Banking Officer, I, Football, 3, J. V., 2, Track, 3, J. V., 2, Home Econ- omics Club, Secretary, 3 . . . RUTH S. FELDMAN- Home Room 30-Hi-Eye, 3, Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Band, I, 2, 3, Orchestra, I, 2, 3, Home Room Secretary, 3 . . . WILLIAM H. H. FELL-Home Room 30-Traffic, 2, Chief, 3 . . . WILSON A. FELL-Home Room I5-Circus, Airplane Club, 3 . . .JOHN R. FINLEY -Home Room 30-Clubs, Red Cross, 2, Photography, 3, Banking Officer, I . . . GERALDINE M. FISHER- Home Room 52-Clubs, Social Dancing, 2, Hiking, Sec- retary, 3 . . . NANCY FISHER-Home Room 3l-Stu- dent Council, 3, Spice, 3, Hi-Eve, I, Senior Play, Com- mittee, Circus, Home Room Secretary, 3, Clubs, Ping Pong, 3, Sculpture, Treasurer, 2, Leathercraft, Secretary, 2, Tennis, J. V., 2, 3 . . . CHARLES I. FITZGERALD- Home Room 3I-Circus, Clubs, German, I, Conserva- tion, 2, First Aid, 3 . . , EDWARD S. FLEMING-Home Twenty-nine i BARN DANCE AUCTION Room 2-Football, J. V., I , "N" Club, l, 2, 3, Circus . . . LAURA T. FOSCO-Home Room 35-Social Usage Club, l, 2 . . . ALICE R. FOX-Home Room 3I-National Honor Society, Class Congress, I, 2, Senior Senate, Spice, Z, Council, 3, Hi-Eye, I, Feature Editor, 2, Editor- in-Chief, 3, Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Sophomore Dramatic Club, Secretary, I . . . E. BARBARA FOX- Home Room 37-Circus, Home Room, Secretary, 2, Treasurer, 3, Clubs, Leathercraft, I, Social Dancing, I, Table Tennis, 2, 3, Home Economics, Treasurer, 3 . . . JOSEPH J. FOX-Home Room I5-Circus, Clubs, Social Dancing, I, Hiking, 3 . . . MARY P. FRAGALE-Home Room 37-Clubs, Social Usage, I, 2, Home Economics, 3 . . . HELEN E. FRAME-Home Room 2-Clubs, Com- mercial, l, Hiking, 2, Emily Post, 3, Glee Club, I . . . KENNETH L. FRANTZ-Home Room I4-Vocational Society, 3, Home Room 'Vice President, 3, Clubs, Home Economics, Secretary, 2, 3, Current History, 3 . . . ANTHONY FRISCO-Home Room 37-Social Dancing Club, 2, Circus . . . LENA E. FRISCO-Home Room 37 -National Honor Society, Hi-Eye, 2, Head Typist, 3, Clubs, Table Tennis, I, Tatting, Vice President, I, Student Council, 2 . . . ELEANOR L. FRY- Home Room 37-Circus, Clubs. Leathercraft, I, Home Economics, President, 2, 3, Secretary, I, Costume, 3 . . . EMILY L. FRY-Home Room I3-National Honor So- ciety, Class Congress, I, 2, 3, Cheerleader, I, 2, 3, Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Band, I, 2, 3, Orchestra, I, 2, 3, Home Room, President, 3, Vice-President, 3, Sophomore Play Committee . . . RALPH JOHN FULTON -Home Room 23-lnterclass Basketball, I, 2, Bank- ing Officer, I, Hi-Eye Representative, 2, Home Room Secretary, 2 . , . SALLY A. FUSCO-Home Room 37- Clubs, Tatting, President, I, Social Usage, 2, Home Economics, 3 . . . ANNE M. GAMBONE-Home Room 37-Clubs, Social Dancing, 2, Home Economics, 2, Hi- Eye Representative, 2 . . . JACK J. GAMBONE-Home Room 38-Class Congress, 2, 3, Circus, Social Dancing Club, I, 2, 3 . . . MARIE T. GARAFANO-Home Room IS-Clubs, Swimming, I, Emily Post, I, Dancing, 2, Red Cross Knitting, President, Red Cross Dental, 3. Library, Vice-President, 3 . . . HARRY W. GEHMAN-Home Room 40-Home Room President, 3, Clubs, Camera, I, Current History, 2, Cartoon News, 3. F l y s pq ACTING CAPTAIN MOORE MEETS THE RIVAL ADELINE M. GENTILE--Home Room 38-Clubs, Tat- ting, I, Home Economics, 2, Dancing, 3 , . . PHILOMENA E. CENTILE-Home Room 38-Clubs, Tatting, I, Home Economics, 2, Red Cross, 3, Social Dancing, I, 2, 3 . . . JOSEPHINE R. GENUARDI-Home Room 38-Clubs, Tatting, 2, 3, Swimming, 2 . . . ROSE F. GENUARDI- Home Room 38-Tatting Club, I, 2, 3 . . . AUCUSTUS J. GIAMBRONE-Home Room 25-Vocational Society, 2, 3, Proiectionist Club, 2, 3, Banking Officer, 2, Hi-Eye Representative, 3 , . . MUSCOE M. GIBSON-Home Room 3 I-National Honor Society, President, Senior Sen- ate, Spice, I, Council, 2, Photography Editor, 3, Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Home Room, President, 3. Vice- President, 2, Swimming, J. V., 2, Typing Club, President, I . . . JAMES M. GILBERT-Home Room 3I--Class Congress, 3, Home Room President, 3, Tennis, J, V., I , Clubs, Sophomore Dramatic, I, Radio Broadcast, Presi- dent, 2 . . . GORDON R. GILLAM-Home Room 56- Class Congress, Z, 3, Traffic, 2, 3, Home Room Presi- dent, 3, Conservation Club, 2 . . . EDYTHE. S. GILLETTE--Home Room 38-Class Congress, 3, Home Room, Vice-President, 3, President, 3, Biology Club, I, 2 , . . FLORENCE E. GLANDINC-Home Room S2-Spice, I, 2, Circulation Manager, 3, Senior Play Committee, Circus, Home Room Secretary, 2, 3, Tennis, J, V., I, 2, Varsity 3, Manager, Basketball, 3, Clubs, Ping Pong, "N" Club, Clee Club . . , JOHN B. GLASS-Home Room I7-Senior Play, Cast, Circus, Boys' Chorus, Clubs, Conservation, 2, Mask and Wig, 3, Radio Broadcast, 3 . . . ROBERT GLISSON-Home Room 32-Student Council, 3, Circus, Home Room President, 3, Football, 3, J. V., I, 2, Swimming, 2, 3, Track, J. V., I, 2, Clubs, "N", I, 2, Secretary, 3, First Aid, 2 . . . JAMES N. COINS-Home Room 3I-Clubs, Photog- raphy, I, Conservation, 2, Home Economics, 3 . , . WILLIAM F. GOODFRIEND-Home Room 30-Class Congress, 3, Spice, 3, Social Dancing Club, 2 . . . JOSEPH W. GOODMAN-Home Room 32--Hiking Club, I, 2, Boys' Chorus . . . F. DARRELL GOOGE-Home Room 44-Class Congress, 2, 3, Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Home Room, President, 2, 3, Clubs, Social Danc- ing, 2, First Aid, 3 . . . PEGGY A. GOTSCH-Home Room 32-Circus, Basketball, 3, J. V., I, 2, Hockev, 2, 3, Clubs, "N", 3, Cheerleading, I, Personality, I, Dancing, SENIORS OF I94I Thirty 2 . . . ELIZABETH J. GOULDEY-Home Room 37- Class Congress, I, 2, 3, Spice, 2, 3, Senior Play, Com- mittee, Circus, Home Room Secretary, I, 2, 3, Biology Club, Vice President, I . . . ROBERT E. GOYNE-Home Room 37--Home Room Vice President, 3, Track, I, 2, 3, Cross Country, J. V., 3, "N" Club, 2, 3, Circus . . . CATHERINE S. GRAMM-Home Room 2-Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Clubs, Home Economics, I, President, I, Leathercraft, 2, Costume, 3, Red Cross Knitting, 3 . . . RUTH F. GRASER-Home Room 37-Handbook, 3, Senior Play, Committee, Clubs, German, Secretary, I, Mask and Wig, 2, Handbook, 3 . . . LAURA M. GREVE- Home Room 5-Class Congress, I, 2, 3, Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Choir, 2, 3, Clubs, Leathercraft, Vice President, I, President, 2 . . . FRANCES G. CRlFFlTHS- Home Room 2-Circus, Home Room, Secretary, I, Treas- urer, I, Clubs, Sophomore Dramatic. i, Public Speaking, 2, Hiking, 3 . . . FLORENCE M. GRISDALE--Home Room 38-Hi-Eye, 2, 3, Clubs, Typing, I, Hiking, 2, 3 . . . DAVID' GROSS-Home Room Sl-Traffic, 2, 3 . . . MIRIAM W. GROSS--Home Room 38--Home Room Vice President, 3, Home Economics, I, 3, Treasurer, 2, Spice Representative . . . WILLIAM M. GRUBE-Home Room 56-Traffic, I, 2, 3, Home Room Vice-President, 2 . . . EVA M. CUARDINO-Home Room 38-Circus, Home Room Secretary, 3, Clubs, Social Dancing, 3, Tat- ting, 2, Banking Officer, 2 . . . ANNA A. GULDTTA- Home Room 38-Circus, Clubs, Home Economics, I, Poetry, 2, Swimming 3 . . . POLLY HALE-Home Room 38-Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Clubs, Costume, 3, Social Dancing, I, Poetry, I . , . AUGUSTA G. HALL -Home Room 2-Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Clubs, Radio Broadcast, 2, Secretary, 3, Sophomore Dra- matic, I, Home Economics, I, Mask and Wig, 3, W. C. T. U., 2, 3 . . . BETTY HALLMAN--Home Room 36- Circus, Girls' Chorus, Clubs, Cheerleading, I, Ping Pong, I, 2, First Aid, 3 . . . AGNES E. HALLOWELL-Home Room 30-Student Council, 3, Home Room Secretary, 2, Hiking Club, Z . . . LEROY P. HAMILTON-Home Room 23-'Vocational Society, 2, 3, Student Council, 2, Home Room Secretary, 3, President, 3, Track, 3, J, V., I, 2, Cross Country, 3, J. V., I, 2, "N" Club, I, 2, 3 . .. MARY JANE HAMMILL-Home Room 30-Hiking Club, 2, 3. X 'W ' A " " 2 R Tumi. SQ " I 'Q' . i ' ' - t 2 3 f W A - Q I . . ,, ' . 5-:J Imfiwffifg-Jiklfgifi 'K sz' W 1.55 1 K , A , ' WEEK i A V - iWsz,.?2???if -1sgQ5fxv'w3s552x KV E SEMWQ A ,V , g 5 5 fmggfgss 2 -V ' ian g-515 X . i :ski :ig-31:15 E' ' A - . K4 A ' 1 f -, - Iv 41' wwf- . X X . 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Q -2: . ,SSG-52 ' L' ' 'L ' " 7" 5' 'ifahiag ax 'I is V 1 . -. -Ni' R- 5+5'12Lifi,'1U :LIT AQ Q. . - .W f , ' -- raw eh M sais News-1 'iw ig: i ws hw , 9,. Q nf. .. 4 ,ef -' . -' . Y 5 . NA ft A 'Q A It V- ,,, ,V QQ' A ' w w f. i X' , rw -. fw - V M H . f ' , , ff' , wk W ' 'ff AJ' ' 335 5 . ,L 539 A-5'lfW ' i 5 i 'f 155.3 Wm-' t 5 Q A , u up K , r ' ' 3 -3 I - 4 J' 2 ,,: L' -' .- 'F 4. fi , 1- Hem Q V X if F um. F-VW f ' f v .,.: , 32229-wir, fX5'WNii e, Vex ,,f.ff w H ffm nm ,,.. ., ' ' 'fm-wm:f Mgzgugiz was aw ,.v,. A.w,. V S X 2 1g,15j4msgQ1S3 we J ff 5 qw, K 'YQ SENIORS OF I94I GERARDA B. HANEY-Home Room 30-Circus, Girls' Chorus . . . C. RAYMOND HARDY-Home Room 29 -Circus, Choir, l, 2, 3, Banking Officer, 3 . . . HOWARD S. HARING-Home Room l7-Circus, Home Room, President, 3, Banking Officer, 3, Spice Represen- tative. 3 . . . JEAN HARKIN-Home Room 36-Class Congress, 3, Circus, Swimming, 3, J. V., l, 2, Clubs, Tat- Dancing, 3 . . . EVA M. HARLEY-Home Cappella. 2, 3, Home Room Secretary. 3, . l. 3, Correspondence, 2 . . . BIRDAMAE ting, l, Social Room 36-A Clubs, Typing B. HARVEY-Home Room 36-Class Congress, l, 2, Room, President, 3, Basketball, 3, J. V., Circus, Home l, 2, Hockey, 2, 3, Clubs, 2, 3, Radio Broadcast- ing, l . . . JEAN E. HASTINGS-Home Room 36- Circus, Home Room Vice President, 2, Clubs, Cheerlead- ing, l, Ping Pong, l, 2, First Aid, 3 . . . PAUL D. HATCHEL-Home Room 27-lnterclass Basketball, Squad Leader, 2 . , . LEON J. HAYES-Home Room 55 -Student Council, 2, Home Room President, 3, Cross Country, J. V.. 2, Clubs, Stamp, 2, Track, 3, Circus . . . BETTY A. HEATON-Home Room 36-Senor Play, Committee, Circus, Clubs, Social Dancing, 3, Social Serv- ice, l . . . FLORENCE J. HEFFNER-Home Room 36- Home Room Treasurer, 3, Clubs, Personality, l, Table Tennis, 3, lnterclass Sports . . . WILLIAM G. HEIDEL -Home Room I5-Football, 3, J. V., l. 2, Clubs, "N", l, Forum, President, 2, Vice President, 2, Circus . . . FLORA H. HERBERT-Home Room 39-Choir, 3, Clubs, Radio Broadcasting, l, Mask and Wig, 2, Choral Speak- ing, 3 . . . ROBERT W. HERBERT-Home Room 27- Vocational Society, 2, 3, Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Home Room, Secretary, Treasurer, 2, Vice President, 3 . . . BURTON D. HERTZOG-Home Room 25-Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Home Room President, Foot- Ball, J. V., 3, Social Dancing Club, 3 . . . MARTINE E. HILTEBEITEL-Home Room 39-Circus, Home Room Treasurer, 3, Swimming, J. V., l, 2, Hockey, 3, J. V., l. 2: Clubs, 2, 3, Biology, l . . . GEORGE W. HINEY-Home Room l l-Senior Play, Committee, Cir- cus, Clubs, Leathercraft, 'Vice President. Treasurer, 2, Dancing, 3 . . . ROY H. HISER-Home Room 39- Advanced Photography, Secretary, 2, Banking Officer . , . DOROTHY V. HITNER-Home Room 3-Student Coun- Thi rty- three THE KEY OF KNOWLEDGE TO THE CLASS OF '4l cil, 3, Swimming, J. V., 3, lnterclass Basketball . . . WILLIAM C. HITTLE-Home Room 23-Vocational So- ciety, 2, 3, Historian, 3, Student Council, 2, Home Room Vice President, 2, 3, Banking Officer . . . PAUL A. HOFF-Home Room 39-Class Congress, 2, 3, Student Council, 3, Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Stamp Club, l, 3 . . . BETTY T. HOFFMAN-Home Room I6- Class Congress, 2, 3, Hi-Eye, 3, Circus, Clubs, Forum, Z, Cartoon News, 3 . . . ALFRED J. HOHLFELD-Home Room 30-Traffic, l, 2, Chief, 3, Football. 3, J. V., l, 2, Circus . . . ROBERT J. HOLLAND-Home Room 36 -Senior Play, Cast, Home Room, Vice President, 2, Clubs, Forum, 2, Secretary. 2. Chemistry, 3 . . . RAYMOND L. HORNING-Home Room 9-Student Council, 3, Cheerleading, l, Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Dancing, l . . . D. DEANE HORROCKS-Home Room 39-Circus, Home Room 'Vice President, 3, Swim- ming, 3. J. V., l, 2, Clubs, Table Tennis, Treasurer, l, Hiking, 2, "N", 3, Flag Throwing, 3 , . . JEAN A. HORSFALL-Home Room 3l-Table Tennis Club, 3 . . . RAY F. HOUCK-Home Room 5l-Class Con- gress, l, 2, 3, Spice. 3, Circus, Home Room President, 3, Photography Club, l, President, 2. Vice President, 3 . . . FRANCES E. HUDNUT-Home Room 30-Student Council, 2, 3, Senior Play, Cast, Circus, Ping Pong Club, 3 . . . EDITHMAE HUNSBERCER-Home Room 40- National Honor Society, Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Swimming, Manager, 3, Clubs, Apollo, I, Treasurer, 2, Emily Post. l, Girls' Ensemble, Student Council, 3 . . . JOHN S. HUNSBERGER-Home Room 25-Vocational Society, 2, 3, Student Council, 3, Home Room, Spice Representative, 2, Banking Officer . . . LILLIAN W. HUNTER-Home Room 40-Hi-Eye, 3, Circus, Girls' Chorus, Choir, 2, 3, Clubs, Emily Post, l, Sophomore Dramatics, l, Mask and Wig, 2, Typing, 3, Girls' En- semble . . . JAMES F. HUTCHMAN-Home Room 25- Vocational Society, 2, 3, Class Congress, l, Student Council, 3, Circus, Home Room, President. 3, Treasurer, 2 . . . SARA L. HUZZARD-Home Room l7-Class Congress, 2, 3, Orchestra, 2, 3, Clubs, Stamp, 2. Danc- ing, 3 . . . HELEN HYNES-Home Room 57-Class Congress, 2, 3, Home Room Treasurer, 2, Hiking Club. 2, 3, lnterclass Basketball. CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS IN THE MAKING HELEN B. IBAUGH-Home Room 32-Class Congress, I, 2, 3, Student Council, 2, Hi-Eye, 2, 3, Home Room, Vice President, 3, Treasurer, 3, Correspondence Club, I . . . BETTY L. IDE-Home Room 40-Circus, Home Room Secretary, 2, 3, Swimming, J. V., I, 2, Hockey, Z, 3, J. V., I, Clubs, Leathercraft, I, "N", 2, 3 . . . GASPER J. INDELICATO-Home Room 39-Clubs, Typing, I, Social Dancing, 3, Baseball, J. V., 2. 3, Circus . . . FLORENCE J. INTERRANTE-Home Room I5-Class Congress, I, Secretary, 2, 3, Student Council, President, 3, Hi-Eye, I, Associate Editor, 2, 3, Debating, Circus, Clubs, Sophomore Dramatic, I, Radio Broadcast- ing, 2, Mask and Wig, President, 2, Winner Norristown Times Herald Oratorical Contest, I , Winner W, C. T. U., 2 . . . GASPER W. INTERRANTE-Home Room 39- Football, 3, Circus . . . ELIZABETH JAMISON-Home Room 40-Home Room Secretary, 3, Hiking Club, I, 2, 3, Spice Representative, 2, 3 . . . FRANK E. JARRETT -Home Room 43-Circus, Band, I, 2, 3, Home Room President, 2 . . . ELVA M. JOHNSON-Home Room 40 +Girls' Chorus, Clubs, Apollo, I, 2, Typing, 3 . . . WILLIAM F. JONES--Home Room I9-Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Projection Club, 2, Sophomore Play, l . . . F. GENE KEELER-Home Room 40-National Honor Society, Class Congress, Vice President, 2, 3: Senior Senate, Spice, I, Council, 2, 3, Copy Editor, 3, Hi-Eye, I, 2, 3, Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Home Room, Secretary, I, Vice President, Z, President, 3, Bas- ketball, J. V., I, 2, Hockey, J. V., I, 2. . , JOHN W. KEENAN-Home Room 40-Student Council, 2, Cross Country, 2, 3, J. V., I , Baseball, J. V., I , Clubs, Camera, I, Current History, 2, "N", 2, 3 . . . F. SHULER KELLY -Home Room 4I-Circus, Home Room Vice President, 3, Clubs. Sophomore Dramatics, I, Mask and Wig, 2, 3, Secretary, 3, Home Economics, 2 . . , THERESE M. KELLY--Home Room 52--Class Congress, 2, Hi-Eye, 3, Circus, Clubs, Public Speaking, 2, Cartoon News, 3, Spice Representative, 2 . . . JOHN C. KERSHNER-Home Room 43-National Honor Society, Senior Play, Cast. Committee, Home Room President, 3, Photoiraphv Club, President, I, 2, Stage Manager . . . BETTY KEYSER -Home Room 4I-Student Council, 2, 3, Hi-Eye, 2, Circus: Clubs, Bicycle, Vice President, I, Secretary, I . . . BETTY ANN KEYSER-Home Room 4I-Spice, 2, 3, Hi-Eye, 2, Social Service Club, I, Spice Represen- ' 'lv SENIORS OF I94I Thirty-four tative, 3 . . . RUSSELL E. KIRK-Home Room 4I- Class Congress, 2, 3, Circus, Band, I, 2, 3, Orchestra, 3, Tennis, J, V., 2 . . . JAMES E. KIRKPATRICK- Home Room I7-Clubs, Art, 2, Conservation, 3, Home Room Banking Officer, 3 . . . ROBERT KLINGEMAN- Home Room 4l-Circus, Choir, I, 2, 3 . . . MILDRED E. KNOELLER-Home Room 4l-Girls' Chorus, Clubs, Hiking, I, Social Usage, 2 . . . RUTH E. KNOELLER- Home Room 35-Home Room Secretary, I , Clubs, Soph- omore Dramatic, I, Social Dancing, 2, Emily Post, Treas- urer, 3 . . . LOUISE M. KRAMER-Home Room 56- Clubs, Correspondence, I, Table Tennis, 2, Emily Post, 3 . . . LAURA E. KREBS-Home Room 4I-Class Con- gress. I, Hi-Eye, I, Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Clubs, Bicycle, President, I, Animal, I, Social Dancing, 2, Mask and Wig, Treasurer, 3, Home Economics, Presi- dent, 3 . . . GILDA M. KRECKER-Home Room 4I- Choir, 2, 3, Girls' Chorus, Girls' Ensemble, Clubs, Mask and Wig, 2 . . . FLOYD K. KRIEBEL-Home Room 65 -Choir, 3 . . . EDWARD E. KRIER-Home Room I9 --Vocational Society, 2, 3, 'Home Economics Club, 2, Interclass Sports . . . CHARLES A. KROUT--Home Room 25-Vocational Society, 2, Vice President, 3, Class Con- gress, 2, Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Home Room President, 2, Track, 3, Cross Country, J. V., 2, 3, Pro- jectionist Club, 2, President, 3 . . . JOHN F. KULLER -Home Room 2-Class Congress, 2, Student Council, 3, Circus, Baseball, J. V., I, Clubs, "N", 2, Hiking, 3 . . . VIRGINIA B. LAKE-Home Room 39--Class Con- gress, I, Student Council, 2, Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Clubs, Hiking, 2, Choral Speaking, President, 3, Band, I . . . MICHAEL A. LA MONICA-Home Room 39 . . . JOHN A.,LASORDA-Home Room 39 . . . JOHN F. LATTANZI-Home Room 27-Student Coun- cil, I, Circus, Traffic, 2, 3, Social Dancing Club, 3 . . . ROBERT H. LAWRENCE--Home Room 39-Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Band, 3, Traffic, I, 2, Assistant Chief, 3, Home Room President, 3, Baseball, J. V.. 2. 3 . . . LENA A. LENZI-Home Room 40-Circus, Girls' Chorus, Clubs, Poetry, I, Social Service, 2, Home Eco- nomics. 3 . . . FRANCES A. LEWANDOWSKI-Home Room 40-Hi-Eye, 3, Clubs, Emily Post, 2, Current His- tory, 3. gf' as Wi: he R42 M. f fa sf v ' 11? X W gk? W' Q-Ls: gg K 5 3 Q N X x 3 X iv an X E X A M we Q Ji f 2 N ,U 9? Q 1, 1 Ha xi ia S N X Q 2 'N 'W L X , Kg: It xN X.:-Lt. xxlgwx Wig., sg M iv 1 fe WL he x 19' fi 6 a ww 2 Q3 K, k g W X afi 2353 Y we Q, fi i t 'Liga L v' , A .. LL KL m ' - Q , , ,W as-M 'F 53 FI .L NSN 5 wwf 1 . ' TL L g r Q --i X X in ' :nl r SW 3 LL ,:::,, , L if' , 'K-'DSL m L L -L - LL , . . MF ? my A ff- 'XL W2-gfef-5-,Lf K K , , 1 M 12.53 , L , K .,s,. H Sw '21W.e1eg X A Q55 .LLLLM5 L L L, LQL W wLf.J,LV L L L 4-, I AE S V1 L: .Li , I eq. .5 C SENIORS OF I94I ALVIN L. LEWIS-Home Room 25-Vocational Society, 2, Treasurer, 3, Class Congress, 2, Senior Play, Com- mittee, Circus, Home Room Treasurer, 3, Track, 2, 3, Cross Country, 2, Captain, 3, Clubs, Social Dancing, 2, Proiectionist, Vice President, 3 . . . VINCENT J. LIOTTA -Home Room 55-Class Congress, 2, Circus, Home Room, President, I, Vice President, 2, Basketball, 3, J. V., I, Z, Baseball, J. V., I, Clubs, Typing, I, Presi- dent, I . . . LAWRENCE A. LIVERS-Home Room 40 -Track, 2, 3, J. V., I, Clubs, Handicraft, I, "N", 2, 3, Track, 3 . . . DOROTHY G. LOCK-Home Room 40-Circus, Clubs, Poetry, Secretary, I, 2, Eti- quette, I, 2, Typing, 3 . . . A. EDGAR LOEB-Home Room 40-Circus, Orchestra, I, Boys' Chorus, Choir, I, 2, Swimming, J. V., I, Social Dancing Club, 2, 3 . . . SALLY J. LOFMAN-Home Room 40-Class Congress, 3, Clubs, Biology, I, Leathercraft, 2, Vice President- Treasurer, 3 . . . WILLIAM M. LOTT-Home Room 42 -Senior Play, Committee, Football, J. V., 2, "N" Club, 3 . . . MARIE R. LOVE-Home Room 4I-Circus, Basketball, J. V., 2, 3, Clubs, "N", 3, Conservation, 2, Social Dancing, 2, Tennis, J. V., I . . . ROY B. LOVE- Home Room S2-Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Swim- ming, 3, J. V., I, 2, Tennis, 2, 3, First Aid, 3, Banking Officer, I, 2 . . . ORLAND D. LUCIANI-Home Room 49-Traffic, I, Proiectionist Club, 2, Book Boy, I . . . JACQUELINE F. LUTZ-Home Room 52-Senior Play, Cast, Swimming, J. V., I, Social Dancing Club, 3 . . . LIANA R. LUZI-Home Room 4I-Home Room Vice President, 3, Clubs, Typing, I, Social. Service, Treasurer, 2, Social Dancing, 3, Hi-Eye Representative, 2, 3 . . . ROBERT LYNCH--Home Room 23-Class Congress, I, Home Room Secretary, Track, J. V., I, Cross Country, I, Clubs, "N", 2, 3, Banking Officer . . . MARY G. MACCOLINI-Home Room 4I-Clubs, Correspondence, I, Social Service, 2 . . . BETTY V. MACK-Home Room 52-Student Council, 2, 3, Circus, Home Room Secretary, I, 2, Clubs, Table Tennis, I, Library, 3, Leath- ercraft, 2 . . . C. JOY MacKUBBlN-Home Room 52 -Class Congress, 2, 3, Senior Play, Committee, Home Room Secretary, Circus . . . ANTONETTE J. MAIO- Home Room 4l-Clubs, Home Economics, I, Social Usage, 2 . . . JENNIE M. MANISCALCO-Home Room Thirty - seven THE SOUND EFFECTS COMMITTEE LOOKS ON 4l-Clubs, Typing, I, Commercial, 2 . . , ALBERT L. MANZE-Home Room 40-Circus, Traffic, 3, Clubs, Typing, 2 . . . KATHERINE MARCHESE-Home Room 4I-Circus, Girls' Chorus, Clubs, Social Dancing, I, 2, Red Cross, 3, Poetry, I . . . LAWRENCE J. MARINARI -Home Room S2-Baseball. 3, J. V., I, 2 . . . RAYMOND MARKOWITZ-Home Room S2-Hi-Eye, 2, 3, Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Stamp Club, l . . . NORMAN H. MARLIN-Home Room 52-Senior Senate, Debating, 3, Cheer Leading, I, 2, 3, Senior Play, Cast, Circus, Traffic, 2, Home Room, Vice President, l, 2, President, 2, 3, Track, J. V., 2, Clubs, Current Events, Vice President, 2, Sophomore Dramatics, Treasurer, Vice President, I, 3 . . . RAY A. MARTIN-Home Room 52-Student Council, I, 2, Senior Play, Com- mittee, Choir, I, 2, 3, Traffic, 2, 3, Football, J. V., 2, "N" Club 2 . . . DOROTHY A. MAUTE-Home Room 52-Social Dancing Club, 3 . . . RUTH I. MAYALL- Home Room 43-Clubs, Table Tennis, I, Advanced Table Tennis, 2, 3 . . . ALICE C. McCAUGHAN--Home Room 43-National Honor Society, Class Congress, 2, Hi-Eye, 3, Circus, Home Room Secretary, 3, Clubs, Swimming, I, Emily Post, I, Commercial, 2 . . . DOROTHY E. McCOOL-Home Room 43-Class Congress, I , Student Council, 2, 3, Hi-Eye, I, 2, 3, Senior Play, Committee: Circus, Clubs, Table Tennis, I, Apollo, 2 . . . JOHN W. McCORMICK-Home Room 43-Clubs, Biology, I, Hiking, 3, President, 3 . . . LILLIAN R. McCORMICK -Home Room 36-Hi-Eye, 3, Circus, Clubs, Social Dancing, 2, Swimming, 3 . . . NAIDA E. McCOY- Home Room 9-Cheerleading, I, 2, 3, Circus, Orchestra, I, 2, 3, Choir, 3, Home Room Secretary, 2, Clubs, Biology, I, Cheerleading, I, Bicycle, President, 2, Vice President, 2 . . . NAOMI E. MECOY-Home Room 43 -Clubs, Table Tennis, I, 2, Leathercraft, 3, Spice Rep- resentative, 3 . . . EDWARD L. McCUNE4Home Room 52-Senior Play, Cast, Circus, Traffic, 2, 3, Home Room, Treasurer, I, 2, Football, J. V., I, Baseball, J. V., I, 2, Clubs, Sophomore Dramatic, President, I , Current Events, 2 . . . GERALD E. M:DERMOTT--Home Room 29- Vocational Society, 3, Home Room Secretary, 2, Clubs, Airplane, 3, Home Economics, 2, Cross Country, J. V., I . . . MAHON McDUFFIE-Home Room 40-Track, J. V., 2, 3, "N" Club, 3. FOOD LOOKS GOOD DORIS A. McGOLDRICK-Home Room 43-Class Con- gress, 3, Spice, 2, 3, Hi-Eye, 3, Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Home Room Vice President, 2, Clubs, Emily Post, 2, Spelling, 1, Social Service, 3, Vice President, 2, Sec- retary, 3 . . . MERRILL McNAMEE-Home Room 52- Cross Country, J. V., l , Stamp Club. l, Banking Officer, 3 . . . MARGARET J. McQUILLAN-Home Room 52 -Hi-Eye, 2, 3, Senior Play, Cast, Circus, Clubs, Sopho- more Dramatic, Secretary, l, Radio Broadcasting, Secre- tary, l, 2, Mask and Wig, 2, Press, Secretary-Treasurer, 3, Clee, l . . . JAMES F. MEAGHERA-Home Room 59 -Slide Rule Club, 3, Senior Play, Committee . . . JOHN C. MEIER-Home Room 52-Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Stamp Club, Secretary, l . . . DORIS M. MENEI- Home Room 9-Circus, Clubs. Home Economics, l, 2, Knitting, 3, Poetry, l . . . FRANCES L. METZCER- Home Room 2-Girls' Chorus, Choir, 2, 3, Clubs, Poetry, l, Forensics, 2, 3, Clee Club . . . GEORGE H. METZGER -Home Room 49-Boys' Chorus, Traffic, l, 2, Captain, 3 . . . EMILE J. MEYER--Home Room 49--Senior Play, Cast, Student Council, 3, Clubs. Soap Sculpture, l, Conservation, 2, Advanced Chemistry. 3 . . . RITA E. MEYER-Home Room 45-Clubs. Bicycle, Secretary. 2, Home Economics, 3, Costume, 3 , . . MILDRED M. MEYERS-Home Room 3l-Clubs, Clee, l, Commercial, l. 2, Emily Post, 3 . . . JANET MIDDLETON-Home Room 45-National Honor Society, Class Congress, l, 2, Senior Senate, Student Council, 2, Secretary, 3, Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Tennis, l, 2, 3, Girls' "N" Club 2 . . . MARY JANE MIFFLIN-Home Room 5- Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Clubs, Poetry, l, Public Speaking, 2, Mask and Wig, President, 3 . . . E. JEAN MILLER--Home Room 35-Circus, Home Room, Sec- retary, 2, Treasurer, 2, President, 3, Clubs, Ping Pong, 3, Mask and Wig, 3 . . . GEORGE R. MILLER--Home Room 52-Senior Play, Committee . . , NENA B. MILLER--Home Room 45-Class Congress. 3, Clubs, Poetry, l, Table Tennis, Secretary, 3 . . . FRANCES M. MIRABILE-Home Room 45-Clubs, Social Dancing, 2, Tatting, 3, Knitting, 3 . . . JAMES E. MITTON-Home Room 49-Class Congress, l, 2, 3, Student Council, Sergeant-at-arrns, 3, Senior Play, Committee, Circus, SENIORS OF 1941 Thirty-eight Traffic, l, 2, Baseball, J. V., 2, Home Room President, 3, Vice President, 2 . . . HELEN L. MOISTER-Home Room 45-Clubs, Home Economics, 3, Costume, 3, Leath- ercraft, l, Sculpture, 2 , , . FRANCIS P. MO'LES- Home Room 52-Banking Officer, Football, J, V., 2 . . . MARION L. MOMME-Home Room Sl-Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Home Room, Secretary, 2, Vice President, 3, Clubs, Hiking, l, Table Tennis, 2 . . . MARY A. MONAHAN-Home Room 45-Girls' Chorus, Current History, 3 . . . JOHN F. MONASTERO-Home Room 23-Vocational Society, 3, Class Congress, 3, Traffic, 2, Football, J. V., l, 2, Circus , . . MARION A. MONTGOMERY-Home Room Sl-Student Council, 2, Spice, 3, Circus, Home Room, Secretary, 3, Swimming, 3, J. V., 2, Clubs, 3, Hiking, l . . . DOROTHY A. MOORE-Home Room 49-Circus, Clubs, German, l, Tatting, 2, President, Vice President, 3 . . . RUSSELL Q. MOORE-Home Room 49-Football, 2, 3, J. V., l, Track, l, 2, 3, Boys' "N" Club, l, 2, 3 . . . JOHN W. MORELLO-Home Room 23-Spice, 3, Traffic, l, 2, 3, Home Room President, 2, 3, Spice Representative, Bank- ing Officer, l , . . C. RODNEY MORRIS-Home Room 52-Hi-Eye, l, 2, 3, Circulation Manager, 3, Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Home Room, Treasurer, 3, Pho- tography Club, l, 2, President, 3 . . . BETTE ANNE MORRISON-Home Room Sl-Circus, Hiking Club, l, Secretary, 2, Hi-Eye Representative, 2, Student Council, 3 . . . A. JANE MOSER-Home Room 49-Home Room, President, 3, Vice President, 2, Clubs, Typing, 2, Leath- ercraft, Vice President, l . . . KENNETH N. MOSER- Home Room 38-Home Room, President, 2, Vice Presi- dent, 2, Sophomore Photography Club, l , lnterclass Bas- ketball . . . PAUL J. MOSER-Home Room 29-Voca- tional Society, 3, Traffic, l, 2, Home Room President, 2, Clubs, Hiking, l, Stamp, l, 2, Airplane, 3, Vice President, 3 . . . BARCLAY M. MOYER-Home Room Sl-Home Room, Treasurer, 2, 3, Football, 3, J. V., l, 2, Track, 2, 3, J. V., l, Clubs, "N" l, 2, 3, Treasurer, 3, Stage Manager, 2, 3 . . . D. VIRGINIA MULLEN -Home Room Sl-Home Room Treasurer, 3, Clubs, Hiking, I, Personality, I . . . RAYMOND MUNSHOWER -Home Room 25-Vocational Society, 2, 3, Social Dancing Club, 3, lnterclass Basketball. L , , iw at Q A h,V. I ,., ' 'K , . A XX f ll W we .,, 4 ' s fl 1 L.:, d Q A A ,L LL,,, , J V 5 U' . ' nf gif - x ff 'E I X , .,:, M if .M , K 1"f,-0 -. ob.. , , . ii'-M ,.,3,x ,Q 8 ,A 5 , X . it y Y .I Y V 5 - 4 . .. Q , m .nf wigs - Q, K - f ,L LL.L ff . A A A Q :WW ' K gg f r N , Q. EL ' me L Y, "'- Q K .. ..-,sw 5' w - " X .V X A i I jr' 1 ' g ' m IL ' , I U , , 'Q' . , fir' - " I H' . '- 15 K m K 4' v SENIORS OF 1941 SARAH J. NARDUCCI-Home Room 49-Home Room Vice President, 33 Senior Play, Committeep Circus3 Clubs. Leathercraft, I, Conservation, I, Costume, 2 . , . JOSEPH T. NAVE-Home Room 2S+Senior Play, Castg Circus3 Band, 33 Orchestra, I, 33 Clubs, Social Dancing, 3, Mask and Wig, Vice President, 3 . . . GEORGE E. NEWMAN-Home Room 25-Home Room, Secretary, Z. 33 Social Dancing Club, 3 . . . CARLO' P. NICOLA- Home Room Sl-Student Council, 33 Leathercraft, Vice President, 2 . . . WALTER R. NOECKER-Home Room Sl-Circus3 Football, J, V., 23 Basketball, J. V., 2, 33 Baseball, J, V., I3 Clubs, I, Forum, Vice President, 2, Secretary, Z . . , WILLIAM F. NORTON-Home Room SI-Circus3 Clubs, Leathercraft, Vice President, 2, Treasurer, 2, Current History, 3 . . . DOROTHY J. O'BRIEN-Home Room 53-Spice, 33 Hi-Eye, 2, 33 Senior Play, Committee3 Circus3 Home Room Secretary, I, President, 33 Clubs, Typing, I, Mask and Wig, I . . . ELSIE M. OELENSCHLAGER-Home Room 53QClubs, Social Dancing, I, Hiking, 2 . . . FRANCES ORNER- Home Room S3-Table Tennis Club, 2, 3 . . . JOHN S. ORNER4l-lome Room S3-Senior Play, Committee3 Clubs, Biology, I, Typing, 33 lnterclass Sports . . . CATHERINE L. OSWALD-Home Room 53-Class Con- gress, I, 2. 33 Senior Senate3 Spice, 33 Senior Play, Com- mittee: Circus3 Home Room President, 2, Vice President, 33 Tennis, l, 2, 33 Clubs, Table Tennis, I . . . FRANK PARENTE-Home Room 27-Vocational Society, Z, 33 Social Dancing Club, 3 . . . DAVID PASCALE-Home Room 53-Vocational Society, 33 Student Council, 33 Senior Play, Committee3 Circus3 Home Room President, 33 Cross Country Manager, 33 Clubs, Sophomore Photog- raphy, I, Advanced Photography, I, 2 . , . ESTHER PATSON7Home Roorn S3fSpice, 33 Circus3 Swimming Club, I3 Spice Representative, 3 . . . GERALD J. PAUL -Home Room 25-Vocational Society, 33 Class Con- gress, I3 Circus3 Clubs, Stamp, I, Airplane, 3 . . . ARLENE L. PAYNEQI-lome Room 53-Circus3 Clubs, Bicycle, I 3 Costume, 33 Table Tennis, 33 Christmas Play, 3 . . . JESSE E. PENNOCK-Home Room 53-Football, J. V., I, 23 Basketball, J. V., I3 Clubs, "N", 2, 3, Hik- Forty-one INDIAN WARRIORS AT THE CIRCUS ing, I , . . DAVID C. PETER-Home Room 53-Senior Play, Committee3 Circus3 Clubs, Conservation, I, 2, Radio Broadcasting, Z, 3, First Aid, 3 . . . NELSON S. PETERSON-Home Room S3-Circus3 Band, I, 2, 33 Orchestra, I, 2, 33 Biology Club, l . . . DOROTHY M. PFUND-Home Room 55-Home Room Secretary, I3 Hiking Club, 2, 3. President, 23 lnterclass Basketball , . . ANTHONY F. PIAZZA-l-lome Room 55--Home Room Treasurer, 33 Clubs, Movie, I . . . ALPHONSO J. PICARD-Home Room I6-Football, 3. J. V., I, 23 Home Economics Club, President, 3 . . , JAMES E. PIERCE--Home Room I9--'Vocational Society, 2, 33 Traffic, 2, 33 lnterclass Sports . . . LILLIAN J. PIERMARINI-Home Room 55-Home Room, Secre- tary, I, 2, 33 Treasurer, I3 Clubs. Social Dancing, I, 2, Correspondence, I3 Banking Officer, 2 . . , MARY T. PISANO-Home Room 42-Hi-Eye, 3 . . . ALBERTA M. POINSETT-Home Room 55-Typing Club, I3 Cirls' Chorus . . . EDWARD D. PORRETTI-Home Room SS- Track, Manager, 33 Clubs, Social Dancing, Z, Spelling, 3, Typing, 3 . . . K. JUNE PRESSLER-Home Room 55 -Student Council, 33 Home Room Vice President, 33 Clubs, Animal, I, Treasurer, I, Conservation, Treasurer, I3 lnterclass Basketball, 2 . . . AGNES M. PULEO- Home Room 55--Circus3 Social Dancing Club, I3 lnter- class Basketball . . . CHARLES A. PULEO-Home Room 55-Track, 2, 33 J. V., I3 Clubs, Social Dancing, 2, Home Economics, 3 . . . FRANK C. PULEO-Home Room 55-Movie Club, I . . . ROSE G. PULEO-Home Room S5-Circus3 Clubs, Conservation, 2, Secretary, 2, Taxi- dermy, 2, Secretary, First Aid, 3, Emily Post, I, Library Club, 2, 3 . . . ROBERT W. PUTNAM--Home Room 55 -Class Congress, 33 Spice, I, 2, 3. Spice Council, 23 Hi-Eye, I, 2, 3, Managing Editor, 2, 33 Debating, I3 Home Room, President, I, Z, Treasurer, I 3 Clubs, Sopho- more Dramatic, I, President, I, Public Speaking, I . . . MARGARET E. QUINN-Home Room 56-Home Room Treasurer, 3, President, 33 Clubs, Table Tennis, 2 . . , ELSIE C. RADER-Home Room '56-I'-lome Room, Treas- urer, 2, Secretary, 33 Swimming, lg Social Usage Club, I, 23 Hi-Eye Representative, 3. SUPPLY DAY ELEANOR M. RAIMONDI-Home Room 59-Girls' Chorus, Clubs, Typing, l, Social Dancing, 2 . . . WILLIAM H. RALSTON-Home Room 25-Vocational Society, 2, 3, Class Congress, 3, Home Room Vice Presi- dent, 2, Proiectionist Club, Secretary, 2 . . . JEAN I. RAMBO-Home Room S6-Clubs, Hiking, l, Table Ten- nis, 2, Hiking, 3, lnterclass Basketball . , . WILLIAM H. RAPINE-Home Room 59-Clubs, Typing, 3, Stamp, l, 2 . . . WILLIAM J. RAQUET-Home Room 59-Cin cus, Typing, 2, lnterclass Basketball, lnterclass Soccer . . . BERNICE RATNER-Home Room l . . . EDITH A. RAY-Home Room 59-Clubs, Correspondence, l, Typing, 2, Red Cross, Dental, 3 . . . JOSEPH RAY- Home Room l4-Vocational Society, 2, 3, Traffic, 2, 3, Student Council, 3, Banking Officer, 3, Hi-Eye, l . . . E. MARIE RED-Home Room 59-Home Room Vice President, 2, 3, Circus, Clubs, Apollo, l, Motion Picture, l, Social Service, Secretary, 2, Emily Post, Secretary, 2, Red Cross, President, 3 . . . ELEANOR R. REESE-Home Room 4-Circus, Clubs, Home Economics, l, 2, 3, Li- brary, 3 . . . OSCAR H. REIFF-Home Room 59-Home Room President, 3, Clubs, Leathercraft, l, Current His- tory, 2, Home Economics, 3 . . . JOHN F. REILLY- Home Room 37-Home Room, President, 2, 3, Vice President, 2, Tennis, l . . . MARY H. REX-Home Room 59-Home Room, Vice President, 2, Secretary, 3, Treasurer, 2, Swimming, 3, J. V., I, 2, Clubs, Motion Picture, Vice President, l, "N", 2, 3, Student Council, 2 . . . JOHN R. RHOADS-Home Room 30- National Honor Society of the Derry Township High School Chapter, Band, 3, Orchestra, 3, Home Room Presi- dent, 3, Spice Representative, 3 . . . ABNER P. RICHARD-Home Room 2-Class Congress, l, Student Council, 2, Circus, Home Room President, l, Clubs, Biology, l, Current History, Z, 3, Mask and Wig, 3 . . . BETTY J. RIGHTLER-Home Room 60-Student Coun- cil, 3, Cheerleading, l, 2, 3, Circus, Clubs, Radio Broad- cast, 2, 3, Movie, Secretary, l, Mask and Wig, 2 . . . ZETTA RITTENHOUSE-Home Room 59-Class Con- gress, l, Student Council, 3, Circus, Clubs, Red Cross, President, Treasurer, 3, Biology, Secretary, l, Social Dancing . . . EMMA E. ROBBINS-Home Room 60- Clubs, Table Tennis, 2, 3, Hiking, l, 3, lnterclass Bas- ketball, l, 2, 3 . . . NANCY J. ROBERTS-Home Room 59-Class Congress, 2, 3, Circus, Tennis, 2, 3, J. V., l , SENIORS OF I94I Forty- two Clubs, Bicycle, Secretary, l, Table Tennis, 2, "N", 3 . . . KENNETH S. ROGERS-Home Room 25-Mask and Wig Club, 2, lnterclass Basketball, Christmas Play . . . RACHEL B. ROGERS-Home Room 60-Circus, Girls' Chorus, 3, Clubs, Table Tennis, l, Typing, 2, Hi- Eye Representative, 3, Southeastern District Chorus, 3 . . . DOMINICK F. ROMANO-Home Room 6O-Cir- cus, Traffic, 2, 3, Hiking Club, l . . . GEORGE R. ROMANO-Home Room 27-Vocational Society, 2, 3, Circus, Home Room President, l, 2, Social Dancing Club, 3 . . . ROBERT F. RONCA-Home Room 60- Circus, Traffic, l, 2, 3, Home Room, President, 3, Treas- urer, 2, Football, J. V., l, 2, Track Manager, 3 . . . PRESTON C. ROTH-Home Room 60-Spice, 2, 3, Hi- Eye, 3, Debating, 3, Circus, Traffic, 2, 3, Captain, Home Room Treasurer, 2, 3, President, 3, Football, 3, J. V., l, 2, Track, 3 . . . EDWIN R. ROTHROCK- Home Room 49-Senior Play, Cast, Circus, Traffic, l, Clubs, Radio Broadcasting, 2, President, 3, Mask and Wig, 2, 3, Glee Club, l . . . WILLIAM A. RUNK-Home Room 7-Circus, Clubs, Mask and Wig, 2, 3, Radio Broadcast, 2, 3 . . . EDWARD D. RYAN-Home Room 60-Football, J. V., 2, Clubs, Hiking, l, 3, President, 3, Dancing, 2, Banking Officer, l . . . THOMAS B. RYAN-Home Room 6l-Class Congress, l, 2, 3, Spice, Z, 3, Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Home Room Presi- dent, 3, Swimming, l, Captain, 3, Clubs, "N", 2, 3, Camera, l . . . FAY E. SABLOSKY-Home Room 6l- Spice, 3, Hi-Eye, I, 2, 3, Cheer Leading, I, 2, 3, Cir- cus, Home Room Treasurer, 3, Vice President, 3, Clubs, Public Speaking, 2, Conservation . . . NORMAN W. SABLOSKY-Home Room 60-Class Congress, l, 2, 3, Spice, l, 2, Senior Play, Cast, Circus, Hi-Eye, l, 2, 3 . . . VIRGINIA P. SALADINO-Home Room 6l-Stu- dent Council, 3, Circus, Girls' Chorus, Clubs, Corre- spondence, l, 2, Swimming, 2, Mask and Wig, 3 . . . SALVATORE A. SALAMONE-Home Room l9-Voca- tional Society, 2, 3, Circus, Football, 3, J. V., I, 2, Clubs, "N", l, 2, Dancing, 3, lnterclass Sports, Baseball, J. V., 2 . . . ANNA M. SANTANCELO-Home Room 63 -'Vice President, 3, Clubs, Swimming, 3, Hiking, 3, Emily Post, 2 . . . LILLIAN T. SANTANGELO-Home Room 63-Circus, Clubs, Tatting, 2, Poetry, 2, lnter- class Basketball. K 1 xx 'Q i,1x ,ff I a n , , SY! iiv 7 ar E .1 Q w 4 4 ,ww wa xx , A f NN , . , i Q.. -W: ' , Q J' Nw.. , x au. in 1 K 253 wi ,Q 41'-we w . Ei . is mu: Q. . , if 'X Y. , X .8 4 is 255 twin" Fl .. llfv ' s5L.xPrs::Z3f 'NH - ,. wifi. , .V,L,.. , Q - : -s , 5, ' WWE' 1 I.. , v ,wr 'k 2 - . .Ev I, ink K , . . . i r 5251 in , ' gg-Q., . gf, ' J, ' , f,,u,5:ffff.g.:s1fZ K Yi. 'WS'fl.i2,f'753'f 'Q 2 . 73515255 W1 FW' X Affff-f M mf 'y N f izfwneiaafsqgsf k WW AWsiQ+,, ., was fm' 'Q .Q Q if 'ra . N , ,,.. ' 2-57 " . . ii wma '1z::,. f wi 1 .2 if 12544 A f 55.5. 4-,. wha SWW .f,. K. E - . 1 if ,S . 'x S mf, ..- ,W SENIORS OF 1941 FRANCIS A. SAYERS-Home Room 2-Home Room Vice President, 2, Clubs, Spelling, 2, Secretary, 2, Social Dancing, 3 . . . CHARLES J. SCADUTO-Home Room I9-Interclass Sports, Home Room Banking Officer, 3 . . . FRANCIS R. SCANDONE-Home Room 63-Circus, Committee, Home Room, Vice President, 3 . . . FRANCIS SCANLON-Home Room 63-Class Congress, l, 2, 3, Student Council, 2, Circus, Traffic, 2, 3, Home Room President, 2, 3, Stamp Club, l . . . FLORENCE M. SCHOETTLE-Home Room 61-Student Council, 3, Hi- Eye, l, 2, Handbook, 3, Circus, Home Room President, 3, Hockey, Manager, 3, Clubs, Clee, l, Leathercraft, l, Emily Post, l, Mask and Wig, 2, Radio Broadcast, 2, "N", 3 . . . PHILOMENA M. SCIARRA-Home Room 42- Spice, 3, Hi-Eye, 2, 3, Senior Play, Committee, Orchestra, l , Home Room, Secretary-Treasurer, 3, Clubs, Etiquette, l, Conservation, Z, Mask and Wig, 3, W. C. T. U. Cori- test, 2, 3 . . . EDNA M. SECHLER-Home Room 40- Home Room Vice President, 3, Clubs, Swimming, 2, Cheerleading, l, German, l, 2, Costume, 3 . . . MARIE E. SEITZ-Home Room 6-Clubs, Personality, l, Social Dancing, 2, I-liking, 3, Girls' Chorus . . . CLAIRE F. SHAEFF-Home Room 42-Hi-Eye, 3, Circus, Choir, 2, Clee Club, l, 2, Home Room Vice President, l, 3, Sopho- more Dramatic Club, l . . . ELEANOR N. SHAEFF- Home Room 63-Hi-Eye, l , Circus, Home Room Secre- tary, 2, Clubs, "N", 3, Bicycle, President, l, Typing, 2, Leathercraft, l, Tennis Manager, 3 . . . GRACE E. SHANER-Home Room 63-Clubs, Advanced Table Ten- nis, Treasurer, 3, Hiking, 3, Clee, l, Interclass Basket- ball . . . MARTHA JEANE SHAW-Home Room 63- Student Council, 3, Spice, 2, Hi-Eye, l, Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Tennis Manager . . . MILDRED M. SHAW-Home Room 63-Circus, Clubs, Leathercraft, 2, Hiking, Secretary, 3, Advanced Table Tennis, Vice President, 3 . , . A. LOUISE SHEARER-Home Room 46 -Swimming, 2, Clubs, Dancing, l, Mask and Wig, 2, Costume, 3 . . . JAMES E. SHELLINCTON-Home Room 63-Circus, Home Room, Vice President, l, 2, Clubs, "N", Treasurer, 2, Stamp. Vice President, l, Swimming, l, 2, Captain, 3 . . . DOROTHY E. SHERID --Home Room 63-Circus, Clubs, Conservation, l, Leathercraft, 2, Hiking, 3, Advanced Table Tennis, 3 . . . HORACE H. SHIELDS-Home Room 29-Vocational Society, 2, 3, Secretary, 3, Student Council, 3, Circus, Home Room Treasurer, 2, Cross Country, 3, J. V., 2, Forty-five Ti-is FIRE CHIEF. ROTH Clubs, 2, 3, Projection, 2 . . . JOSEPH J. SHINCLE -Home Room 23-Vocational Society, 2, Student Coun- cil, 3, Home Room Secretary, 3, Banking Officer, 2 . . . CHARLES H. SHOEMAKER-Home Room 25-Voca- tional Society, 3, Class Congress, l, Slide Rule Club, 3, Interclass Basketball . . . DORIS E. SHOEMAKER-M Home Room 63-Circus, Home Room Secretary, 2, Bas- ketball, J. V., l, 2, 'Varsity, 3, Tennis, J. V,, l, 2, Hockey, 2, Varsity, 3, "N" Club, 2, Vice President, 3 . . . BETTE V. SHORLEY-Home Room 46-Circus, Clubs, Dancing, 3, Swimming, 3, Spice Representative, 2, 3, Flag Throwing, 3 . , . HELLMUTH H. SICKEROTT -Home Room 42-Choir, 3, Conservation Club, 2 . , . CODA A. SIMON-Home Room 42-Football, J. V., 2 . . . ELIZABETH M. SIMPSON-Home Room 42- Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Home Room, Vice Presi- dent, 2, President, 2, 3, Swimming, l, Hockey, J, V., lg Flag Throwing, 3, Clubs, "N", Treasurer, 3, Table Ten- nis, l, President, 2, Clee Club, l . . . UDYSS F. SINCLAIR-Home Room 46-Class Congress. 2, 3: Clubs, Mask and Wig, 2, Costume, 3, Christmas Play, 3 . . , WARREN W. SKIBBE-Home Room 37--Home Room President, 3, Clubs, Biology, l, Beginners' Photog- raphy, Vice President, 2, Advanced Photography, 2, Chemistry, 3 . . , EDGAR B. SLANKER-Home Room 42-Hiking Club, 2, 3, Interclass Basketball . . . CHARLES E. SLOUCH-Home Room 42-Senior Play, Cast, Circus, Band, I, 2, 3, State Musical Contest, 2, Orchestra, l, 2, 3 . . . EDITH J. SMITH-Home Room 42-Glee Club, l, Hiking Club, 2 . . . MARGARET T. SMITH-Home Room 65-Spice, 2, Hi-Eye, 2, 3, Cir- cus, Home Room, Treasurer, l, Secretary, 2, President, Vice President, 3, Clubs, Conservation, l, Swimming, l, Press, 3 . . . MARTHA H. SMITH-Home Room 42- Class Congress, l, 2, 3, Student Council, 3, Hi-Eye, 2, Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Clubs, Sophomore Dra- matic, l, Mask and Wig, Secretary, 2, Radio Broadcast- ing, 2 . . . PHILIP J. SMITH-Home Room 25--Voca- tional Society, 2, 3, Circus, Home Room 'Vice President, 3, Slide Rule Club, 3 . . . ROSA L. SMITH--Home Room 4-Girls' Chorus, Clubs, Home Economics, l, 2, Apollo, l . . , SOPHIE D. SOTIRO+Home Room 2- Hi-Eye, 3, Circus, Home Room Secretary, 2, Home Eco- nomics Club, 2 . . . SIDNEY L. SPAFFORD-Home Room 42-Clubs, Photography, l, Chemistry, 3, Banking Of- ficer, l, 2. ART THAT TAKES A PRIZE CHARLES W. SPEACHT-Home Room 42-Banking Of- ficer, I, 2 . . . ANN M. SPEECE-Home Room 60- Circus, Clubs, Bicycle, 2, Secretary, 2, Ancient History, 3 . . . BETTY M. SPRING-Home Room 42-Circus, Home Room, Secretary, Treasurer, 3, Christmas Play, 3 . . . MARJORIE C. STEVENS-Home Room 42-Circus . . . GEORGE A. STOKES-Home Room 60-Senior Senate, Spice, 2, 3, Council, 3, Hi-Eye, I, Sports Editor, 2, 3, Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Traffic, I, Home Room Secretary, 2, Treasurer, I . . . ALICEMARY STOOPS-Home Room 42-Clubs, Personality, I, Hik- ing, 2, Costume, 3, Home Room, Banking Officer, 2, Hi-Eye Representative, 3 . . . HARRIETT E. STROUT- Home Room Room 42-Circus, Choir, 2, 3, Clee Club, I , Home President, I , Clubs, Personality, I, Mask and Wig, 2 . . . REAH C. SULLIVAN-Home Room 4-Clubs, Home Economics, 2, Secretary, I, 3, Swimming, 2, Li- brary, 3 . , . WALLACE E. TAFT-Home Room 27- Social Dancing Club, 3 . . . JOHN J. TAGLIEBER- Home Room 46-Class Congress, 3, Circus, Baseball, J. V., 2, Clubs, "N", 3 . . . MARY L. TAORMINA-- Home Room 42-Clubs, Typing, I, Home Economics, 2, Social Dancing, 3 . . . EDGAR B. THOMAS-Home Room 65-Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Football, 3, J. V., I, 2, Track, 3, J. V., I, 2, Hiking Club, Vice President, 3 . , . MARY LOUISE TINKLER--Home Room 4-Student Council, I , Choir, 2, 3, Stamp Club, Secre- tary, 2, Girls' Chorus, Girls' Ensemble, Z, 3, District Chorus, 2, 3, State Chorus, 3 . . . LOUISE TOAL- Home Room 4-Hockey, J. V., 2, Clubs, Home Eco- nomics, I, Apollo, 2, 3, lnterclass Basketball, I, 2 . . , ROSE J. TORBIDONE-Home Room 42--Student Coun- cil, 3, Spice, 3, Circus, Clubs, Typing, I, Home Eco- nomics, 2, Conservation, 2, W. C. T. U, Contest, 2. 3 . . . FRANK A. TORNETTA-Home Room 27-Circus, Class Congress, 3, Student Council, 3, Home Room Presi- dent, 3, Cross Country, J. V., 2, 3, Social Dancing Club, 3 . . . MARGARET G. TORNETTA-Home Room 4- Clubs, Poetry, I, 2, Dancing, I, Red Cross, 3 . . . THOMAS C. TORNETTA-Home Room 27-Class Con- gress, I, 2, Student Council, I, 2, Circus, Football, J. V., I , Home Economics Club, 3, W. C. T. U. Contest, 2, 3 . . . EMILY T. TRAMUTALO--Home Room 4- Clubs, Home Economics, 3, President, 2, lnterclass Bas- SENIORS OF I94I Forty-six ketball, I . . . EMID TRAMUTOLO-Home Room 65 -Circus, Home Room President, I, 3, Vice President, 2, Secretary, I, Football, J. V., I, 2, Clubs, Leather- craft, I, Conservation, President, I, 2, Advanced Chem- istry, 3 , , . BENJAMIN TRAVE-Home Room 27- Social Dancing Club, 3 . . . DAVIS G. TROXEL-Home Room 2-Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Traffic, 2, 3, Home Room Vice President, 2, Clubs, Spelling, 2, Sopho- more Dramatic, I . . . MINERVA L. TRUMP-Home Room 30-Circus, Clubs, Hiking, 3, Correspondence, 2, Sophomore Dramatic, I , . . ANGELINE F. TULONE- Home Room 65-Clubs, Swimming, 3, Home Economics, 2, Social Usage, 2, Tatting, I . . . NORMAN TULONE -Home Room 65-Home Room Vice President, 3, Boys' Chorus, Social Dancing Club, I . . . HAROLD M. TYLER -Home Room 42-Student Council, I, 2, Hi-Eye, 2, 3, Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Home Room, Vice President, 3, President, 2, 3, Basketball, 3, J. V., I, 2 . . . BETTY J. TYSON-Home Room 4-Handbook, I, Editor, 3, Hi-Eye, I, 2, Exchange Editor, 3, Class Con- gress, 3, Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Choir, 2, 3, Home Room Secretary, 2, Swimming, J, V., I, Clubs, Leathercraft, I, HN", 2, 3 . . . NORMAN L. TYSON--Home Room 29-Vocational Society, 2, 3, Home Room Treasurer, 3, Clubs, Hiking, 2, Airplane, 3. Treasurer, 3 . . . RAYMOND L. TYSON-Home Room 42-Circus, Clubs, Social Service, Vice President, I, Traffic, 2, 3, lnterclass Basketball . . . LEONA M. UNDERCOFFLER-Home Room 4--Circus, Home Room Treasurer, 3, Clubs, Social Usage, I, Hiking, 2, Table Tennis, 3 . . . MARY A. VALENTINE-Home Room 65-Home Room Vice President, Secretary, I, Treasurer, 3, Student Council, 2, Hi-Eye, 3, Clubs, Emily Post, I, Costume, 3 . . . LOTTIE VASEY-Home Room 65- Hi-Eye, 2, Home Room Treasurer, 2, Clubs, Social Usage, I, Hiking, 2 . . . EDWIN L. VAUGHAN-Home Room 65-Class Congress, I , Home Room President, 2, Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Traffic, I, Captain, 2, 3 . . . ELEANOR R. VENDETTI-Home Room 65-Home Room Secretary, 3, Choir, 2, 3, Girls' Chorus, Girls' Ensemble, Clubs, Typing, l, Costume, 3 . . . JOSEPH A. VENTURA -Home Room 65-Home Room President, 3, Sergeant- at-Arms, 3, Senior Play, Committee, Football, 3, J. V., I, 2, Baseball, 3, J. V., I, 2, "N" Club, I. , , 1 'U J 'Sa . i. ,ar :M 24 Q S, if Qxfkgf Q f , dk am kg 1 H, 5 2 Y X 5 L, Q 4 my ,. Q .Q X -s 1 ds? W ye f wifi 2 F Q-wi-S? ' ., ! sr K X ffm, 15' -5 E , gi . ,xweiff-N A' 'Wiki-'f.s'fH5s5,i5e'S " gem? wvww f- .,., -,Mfg 1. ' 7- L ziswws , K wsiliifiiegii ' K i' . "" 'ff ,rf I N J' wfwlfifssg - - -f m Nix xilffzu, M .WSF Q IQ- Q Y , 1 M2155 9 L7 W M' Fm' g , .Ms Q' ,A fi , mg 'af ,kwi RNA . 5' , 1 if .. , I N ' :W i M g U xsg bu Mn w X J 1' W . - f ww, f e X I ,R Forty-eight Vernacchio Vicchio Vink Vitabile Wagenhursf Wagner, D. Wagner, M, Weidman Weikel Welsh Werfman White, D. White, K. Wier Willans Williams, lvl. Williams, W. Winter Winferbotiom Wisner Woehling Woodward Worth Yea kel Yocum Young Ziegler Zollers I SENIORS OF 1941 ROSE E. VERNACCHIO-Home Room 65-Student Council, I, 3, Senior Play, Committee, Circus . . . ANGELO A. VICCHIO-Home Room 65-Home Room President, Vice President, I, Secretary, 3, Current His- tory, Secretary, 2 . . . JOHN L. VINK--Home Room 4- National Honor Society, Class Congress, I , Spice, I, Ex- ecutive Council, 2, Editor-in-Chief, 3, Senior Play, Com- mittee, Home Room President, I, 2 . . . WILLIAM C. VITABILE-Home Room 65-Senior Play, Committee, Circus! Traffic, 2, Captain, 3, Clubs, Sculpture, I, Wild Life, I . . . FLORENCE M.WACENHURST-Home Room 4-Student Council, 2, Hi-Eye, 2, 3, Circus, Home Room, Secretary, 3, Clubs, Table Tennis, I, Typing, 3, Press, 3 . . . DOROTHY R. WAGNER-Home Room 6-Choir, 2, 3, Girls' Chorus, 2, Girls' Ensemble, 2, 3, Clubs, Apollo, I, Red Cross, 3 . . . MILDRED C. WAGNER-Home Room 'Ie-Circus, Home Room Secretary, I, Basketball, 3, J. V., I, 2, Hockey, 3, J. V., 2, Clubs, "N", 2, Secre- tary, 3 . . , WILLIAM E. WEIDMAN-Home Room 27- Band, I, 2, 3, Orchestra, I, 2, 3 . . . DEWITI' C. WEIKEL -Home Room 65-Clubs, Art, I, Social Dancing, 3 . . . NORMAN T. WELSH-Home Room 27-Vocational So- ciety, 2, 3, Student Council, 3, Track, J. V., 2, Presi- dent, 3, Home Economics Club, 3 . . . ROY G. WERTMAN --Home Room 63-Circus, Traffic, 2, 3, Clubs, Hiking, I, Glee, I , . . BESSIE K. WHITE-Home Room 33- Clubs, Social Service, I, Vice President, I, Dancing, 2, Red Cross, President, 3 . . . DANIEL R. WHITE-Home Room 65--"N" Club, Treasurer, 3, Class Congress, 2, 3, Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Tennis, 2, 3, Baseball, J. V., I . . . EVERETT H. WIER-Home Room 27- Stamp Club, 2, Hiking, 3 . . . WESLEY J. WILLANS- Home Room 65-Home Room Vice President, I , Traffic, 3, Football, J. V., I, 2, Conservation Club, I, 2, Circus . . . DAVID W. WILLIAMS-Home Room 29-Voca- PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE IN PHYSICS tional Society, 3, Home Room Vice President, 3, Bank- ing Officer, 3, Clubs, Stamp, I, Hiking, 2, 3, Cross Country, J. 'V., 3 . . . FLORENCE M. WILLIAMS-Home Room 39-Hiking Club . . . JANE S. WINTER-Home Room 6-Student Council, 3, Hi-Eye, I, 2, 3, Circus, Choir, 2, 3, Home Room, Secretary, 2, Swimming, J. V., I, Leathercraft Club, 2, Glee Club . . . FRANCIS J. WINTERBOTTOM-Home Room 65-Circus, Cross Country, 3, J. V., 2 . . .JEAN C. WISNER-Home Room 4-Student Council, I, 3, Circus, Tennis, J. V., 2, 3, Clubs, "N", 3, Ping Pong, 2, Hiking, 2, Leathercraft, Secretary, I . . . NANCY L. WOEHLING-Home Room 2-National Honor Society, Spice, 2, 3, Spice Council, Secretary, 3, Debating, 2, Senior Play, Student Director, Circus, Home Room Secretary, 3, Treasurer, 3, Swim- ming, Captain, 3, Varsity, 3, J. V., I, 2, Clubs, "N", 3, Hiking, I, Hi-Eye Representative . . . KAY M. WOODWARD-Home Room 6-Class Congress, I, 2, 3, Senior Play, Committee, Circus, Choir, 2, 3, Swimming, J. V., I, Clubs, Leathercraft, 2, Ping Pong,' 3 . . . ELIZABETH J. WORTH-Home Room 4-Circus, Girls' Chorus, Home Room Secretary, I, 2, Clubs, Ping Pong, Secretary, I, Hiking, Secretary, 2, Flag Throwing . . . SARA L. YEAKEL-Home Room 6-Circus, Girls' Chorus, Clubs, Sculpture, I, Leathercraft, I, Correspondence, 2, Library, I, 2, President, 3 . . . D. ELAINE YOCOM- Home Room 6-Circus, Home Room President, 3, Clubs, Correspondence, I, Ping Pong, 2, Costume, 3 . . . JOHN R. YOUNG-Home Room 65-Home Room Treasurer, I, President, 2, Baseball, 3, J. V., I, 2, Cross Country, J. V., I: Clubs, Leathercraft, I, 2, 3 . . . ILONA ZIEGLER-Home Room 65-Hi-Eye, I, 2, Home Room Treasurer, I, Clubs, Table Tennis, Vice President, I, Mask and Wig, 2, Costume, 3 . . . DAVID M. ZOLLERS -Home Room 42, Ein Jllvmnriam JOSEPH JAMES GARAFANO Born March 9, I92I Died August II, I939 Forty-nine --1' MR. LANDES AND THE JUNIOR CONGRESS FUTURE GRADUATES ORGANIZING and executing their activities under the sponsorship of Mr. Walton Landes, the class of '42 is prepared to shoulder the responsibilities of the senior class of Eisenhower High School. As juniors, the first activity to create Norristown-wide interest was the original class project, a program of three one act plays, The drama, "Sub- mergedf' coached by Miss Rebecca Price, required six capable actors. Miss Esther Bright's comedy, "Diabolical Circle," was mirthfully received by an appreciative audience, while the melodrama, "Midnight Ghost," directed by Mr. Edwin Kephart, brought laughs and applause. ln the following week, a streamlined version of "The Merchant of Venice" was presented as their assembly program. Well established and proved capable by this time, the class completed plans for their ever memorable prom: pleasant memories of which will remain for- ever. An executive committee, headed by Eugene Webster, chairman, Lovey Brendlinger, secretary, and consisting of Helen McKee, Elaine Cook, Edward Long, Louis Jones, and Richard Beardsley served in the absence of class officers, who had not been elected. Junior Congress Representatives were: Nancy Amato, Arthur Anders, Richard Beardsley, Mary Bove, Lovina Brendlinger, Howard Cauffman, Elaine Cook, Betty Cowell, Marguerite De- Angelis, Marjorie Dobbs, Frances Dunlap, Doris Ehly, Ralph Fritz, Albert Galullo, Rose Greco, Margaret Hassinger, Robert Herion, Frank Huganir, Jean Hurst, Louis Jones, Louise Kendall, Edward Long, Richard Malmberg, Harold Maloney, William Markley, James McFadden, Helen McKee, Betty Miller, Florence Missimer, Caroline Moore, Charles Moser, Jack Moser, Lee Ober- THE SPICE OF 1941 Fifty holtzer, Helen Parke, Albert Ptaff, Jane Reitsnyder, Mary Schaffer, Jean Simpson, Dorothy Speller, John Sundin, Betty S. Tyson, Frank Ward, Eugene Webster, Robert Wetzel, Kenneth Woodring, Bessie Zigouras, On February 26, I94I, Mr. Elmer Hoffman was introduced to the Sopho- more Congress as sponsor ot the class ot '43, Lillian Greve, Claire Platt, Robert Roscoe, and Frederick Walker, compose the executive committee, who will serve until officers are elected by the class in their junior year. Sophomore Congress Representatives were: Stanley Anders, Amerigo Basile, Gloria Beatrice, Sylvia Bonitatis, James Brobst, Mary Butwin, Nick Caramenico, Paul Chreiman, Jean Ciociola, Mar- iorie Coy, Edward Cronin, Ann DeJohn, Carmel English, Angeline Franzone, Thomas Gibson, Joseph Greco, Lillian Greve, John Heimer, Ormond Henning, William Hertzog, Eleanor Kelso, Elizabeth Kriebel, Paul Leister, Jane Lewis, Flora McCaughin, Clarita McDevitt, Jacquelyn Miller, Terrence Moyer, Marie Muscarelli, Betty Oftner, Philip Piazza, Claire Platt, Jean Polk, Jack Rambo, Jean Rogus, Robert Roscoe, Edmund Schlottere, Harry Schurr, Betty Shuler, Jacqueline Stoops, Frederick Walker, Verna Westrick, David Woodland, Thel- ma Yocom, Peggy Yount. WORKING FOR THE RED FUTURE MACHINISTS HOME ROOM 43 MEETS CROSS SCIENCE OF CHEMISTRY RECITATION IN HISTORY PIES IN Tl-IE MAKING Fifty-one Home Room l . .Mrs. First President. . First Secretary. . Second President .... Second Sec re ta ry Home Room 2. . First President. . First Secretary. . Second President Second Secretary. .. Home Room 3. . First President. . First Secretary. . Second President Second Secretary Home Room 4. . . First President. . First Secretary. . Second President Second Sec reta ry. Kathryn l-l. Graham Charles Abramovitz . . .Reda Antonelli . . .Vincent Bacchi . . . .Ruth Anders . .Mrs. Marion Blew Earl .Richard Beardsley . .Nancy Woehling . .Frederick Becker . . .Marie Beatrice . .Mrs. Mary A. Cassel . . . . . .Harry Baird Lovina Brendlinger . . . . .Theresa Antonelli . . .Virginia Bosler .Mr. Donald W. Shaffer . . .David Bollinger . .Florence Wagenhurst . . .Kenneth Bosler . .Florence Wagenhurst HOME ROOMS Home Room 5. . First President. . First Secretary. . Second President ..... Second Sec reta ry ..... Home Room 6. . First President. . First Secretary. . Second President Second Secretary Home Room 7. . First President. . First Secretary. . Second President. Second Secretary Home Room 9. .M First President. . First Secretary. . . . . . .Kathryn Coscia Second President. . . Second Sec reta ry Home Room I l . First President. . First Secretary. . Second President. Second Secretary .Miss Bertha H. Duckers .. .Vincent Cahill .. .Maxine Carlin .Donald Campbell .. .Maxine Carlin Miss Amanda Bell ...Elaine Yocum .Dorothy Wagner .Mary Catagnano .Dorothy Wagner Addison J. Allen . . . . ...Ellen Bartleson . . . . . . .Mariana Bolton Howard Cauffman . . . . . . .Mariana Bolton iss Katherine Rindlaub ..........Karl Evans . . . .Jack Moser . . . .Vera Burger Richard C, Kistler . . . . . . Benjamin Dreby . . ..... Edith Cassel .. . . . .Benjamin Dreby . . . .Edith Cassel Home Room I3. .Miss Dorothy E. Berger First President ............. Emily Fry First Secretary .... Marguerite DeAngelis Second President ........ Dorothy Cloud Second Secretary. .Marguerite DeAngelis Home Room l4.Mr. Harold E, Thompson First President ........ William McCoy First Secretary. . Second President Second Secretary Home Room IS. First President. . First Secretary. . Second President Second Secretary Home Room 16. First President. . First Secretary. . Second President Second Secretary Home Room 17. First President. . First Secretary ..... Second President. . . Second Sec reta ry . . . .Peggy Orner . .William McCoy . . . .Peggy Orner . . . .Miss Elva S. Blakey . .Herbert Baganz . .Bernice Collins . .Herbert Baganz . .Bernice Collins . . .Mr. Carl S. Hedstrom . . . .Frank Carbo . .Susie Pellechio . . . .Frank Carbo . . ...Angeline Frazioni . .Miss Esther R. Bright . .Howard l-laring . . . .June Dawson . . .June Dawson . . . .Kay Brown THE SPICE OF 1941 Fifty-two 3553153 if -3 i V e - e5gg 'S '33 1 I G 5 ea wr 'E' Y 'J 3 Mir e if f Ji 3 W 1 I , M ,mf"2"1,,w . 'F Y N., W uw , W w , 1 A N x W 4 x A w w A my , r Fifty-four Home Room I9. .Mr. William E. Butler No officers Home Room 2l .Mr. Harold E. Reinmiller First President ,......... Arabell Garis First Secretary. . Second President Second Secretary Home Room 23. First President. . First Secretary. . . . . . .Dorothy Gearhart .........Arabell Garis . . . .Herbert Goldenberg .. ...Mr. E. F. Byerly . ...John Morello . . . ...LeRoy Hamilton Second President .,.... LeRoy Hamilton Second Secretary ....... Joseph Shingle Home Room 25 .... Mr. Wayne F, Henry First President ......... Burton Hertzog First Secretary ..... John DiBartholomeo Second President ..,.. James Hutchman Second Secretary ...... George Newman HOME ROOMS 23 AND 25 ON ONE PICTURE Home Room 27. First President. . First Secretary. , Second President Second Secretary Home Room 29. First President. . First Secretary. . Second President .... Second Secretary , . .Mr. Joseph D. Dolan . . .Norman Welsh . ...Nick DiSanto . . .Norman Welsh . . .Frank Tornetta .Mr. LeRoy Lewis . . .Charles Bergey Anthony Chipollini ..Martin Katlinski . . . . .John Geiger HOME ROOMS 27 AND 29 ON ONE PICTURE HOME ROOMS Home Room 30. First President. . First Secretary. . Second President Second Secretary Home Room 3l . First President. . First Secretary .... Second President Second Secretary Home Room 32. First President. . First Secretary. . Second President Second Secretary ..... Home Room 33. First President. . First Secretary. . Second President Second Secretary Home Room 34. First President. . First Secretary. . Second President Second Secretary .Miss Mary M. Maneval Stephen Guardino . . . . .Rose Greco . . .John Rhoads . . .Ruth Feldman . . . .Mr. John L. Schuler . .Muscoe Gibson . , . .Nancy Fisher . . .James Gilbert Catherine Hatchel . . .Mrs. Anna R. Barker . . .Robert Glisson . .Virginia Huber Ramon D'Antonio . . . . .Lois Hyatt .Mr. Franklin E. Meiick .Darryl Creveling . . .Hester Clark . . .Conrad Jones . . . .Janet Clarke . . .Mr. Stanley Dietrich , . .Yvonne Longo . . .Esther Krieble . . .Yvonne Longo . . .Roberta Kohl Home Room 35. First President. . First Secretary. . Second President Second Secretary Home Room 36. First President. . First Secretary. . Second President Second Secretary. Home Room 37. First President. . First Secretary. . Second President . .Miss Marion Kershncr ........Karl Dillinger ...Jean Miller ..........JeanMilIer Imogene Mahan . .Mr. Edwin G. Kephart Birda mae Harvey . . . .... Nancy Marina .... . . . .Henry Maier , . . . .Eva Harley . . .Miss Sarah B. Hottcr . ....... John Reilly . . . . .Betty Gouldey .Warren Skibbe Second Secretary .......... Barbara Fox Home Room 38. First President., First Secretary. . Second President .Mr. T. W. Brownback . . . . . .Kenneth Moser . . . ..,. Betty Clayes ......,Edythe Gillette Second Secretary ........ Eva Guardino Home Room 39. First President. . First Secretary. . Second President Second Secretary . . .Mrs Cora M, Kuhns Robert Lawrence .. ...Virginia Lake . ...Paul Hoff .... ...Virginia Lake Fifty-five Home Room 40. First President. . First Secretary. . Second President. Second Secretary Home Room 4l . First President. . First Secretary. . Second President. .Mi Second Secretary .... Home Room 42. First President. . First Secretary. . Second President Second Secretary Home Room 43. First President. . First Secretary. . Second President Second Secretary ss Maude C. Leister . . . .Harry Gehman .. . . .Betty lde . . .Gene Keeler . . .Betty Jamison Miss J. C. Clemmer . .Cordon Woodland . . .Jules Pearlstine ...William Page .. .Pollyanne Parke .Mr. Lawson S. Earl . . . . .Beth Simpson . . .Betty Spring ......Harold Tyler . .Philomena Sciarra .Miss Rebecca W. Price . . . . . . . .Frank Jarrett . . . .Alice McCaughan . . . . . . .Jack Kershner . . . .Alice McCaughan HOME ROOMS Home Room 44.Miss Eleanor V, Kirkland First President .,..,.. Alma Rittenhouse First Secretary ....., Virginia Chambers Second President ..,..... Darrell Cooge Second Secretary ....... Barbara Rambo Home Room 45 ..,. First President. . . Mr. Harry S. Herbert . . . . . .Vernon Shade First Secretary ...... Richard Schlotterer Second President. . . .Frederick Revilious Second Secretary .... Richard Schlotterer Home Room 46. .Miss Margaret A. Krebs First President ........ Catherine Spurio First Sec reta ry .... . . .Helen Steiner Second President ..,. . . .Robert Styer Second Secretary. Home Room 49. . . . . . . . . .Edith Smith Mr. Walton E. Landes First President ...... ..... J ane Moser First Secretary .... . . .Mildred Tyson Second President .... . . .James Mitton Second Secretary ..,..... Mildred Tyson Home Room Sl .... First President .... . . . .Raymond Houck First Secretary ..... Mr. L. K. Rothermel Marion Montgomery Second President ...... Eugene Webster Second Secretary. . . Marion Montgomery Home Room 52. First President. . First Secretary. . Second President .... Second Secretary . Home Room 53 ..,. First President. . First Secretary ..... Second President Second Sec reta ry .... Home Room 55. First President. . . . First Secretary. . . Second President Second Secretary. Mr. Arthur L. Herr . . .Norman Marlin .Florence Clanding ..William Wentz . . . . .Eleanor West .Mr. Harold Scheirer . .Dorothy O'Brien . . .Raymond Yates . . .David Pascale . . .Raymond Yates Mr. Harry S. Wolf . . . . . .Leon Hayes . .Lillian Piermarini . . ...Elmer Fisher ..Lillian Piermarini Home Room 56. .Miss Edythe Esbenshade First President. . First Secretary. . Second President. Second Secretary .... Home Room 57. First President. . First Secretary. . Second President Second Secretary . . . .Gordon Cillam . . . . . .Elsie Rader . . . . . .Mary Quinn .Benjamin Termine .Mr. Charles N. Sutphen .........John Hynes Carolyn Barbaretta .Harold Thompson . . .Frances Dunlap THE SPICE OF 1941 Fifty-six Fifty-seven 6 0 I i--4' 4 HOME ROOMS Home Room 59 .... Mrs. Edna E. Rundle First President. First Secretary. . Second President Second Secretary . .... Caroline Moore . . ....,.. Mary Rex . , .Oscar Reift . .,..,..., Mary Rex Home Room 60. Mr. John J. Pennypacker First President. . First Secretary. . Second President. . . . Second Secretary ,..., . ,,.,... Preston Roth . . .Marion Bosler . . .Robert Ronca . .Laura Beideman Home Room 65. . First President. , . .Mr. Home Room 6l .Miss Marian E. Robinson First President. .....,.. Thomas Ryan First Secretary .... ......, B etty Miller Second President ...., Florence Schoettle Second Secretary ..,.... William Lynch Home Room 63. .Mr. Elmer C. Hoffman First President ...,..... Francis Scanlon First Secretary. . , ...,... Claire Keller Second President ....,.. William Miller Second Secretary. . . .,.. Thomas Blake Melvin E. Swenby . . . . .Joseph Ventura First Secretary .,,..... Eleanor Vendetti Second President ...... Emid Tramutolo Second Secretary ..,,.. Eleanor Vendetti THE SPICE OF 1941 Fifty-eight KANDID KAPERS. WOEHLING STEPS HIGH SAFETY FIRST CHEERLEADER RIGHTLER AT WORK THE BARN DANCE CONVERSATION AT THE "MARRIAGE BUREAU" SENIOR PLAY THE COACHES GET TOGETHER LUNCH IS OVER TICKET PLEASE! MR. BUSSA GETS SET -1. Fifty-nine A ACTIVITIES These activities provide us with pleasurable ways of using our leisure time profitably and with a better understanding of other people, a necessary factor in a progressive civilization. 6... A 4 E Q? Q ,va . I 11 K1 H 5 ,A V ,K , N A P 'HQ X W Q K gm 95 B 4 gf f "' w . V ,NX .Mk . . i .Bw SL ,,K. . 4 x I' 2' 225: K 3 STUDENT LEADERS THE RECESSIONAL COMMITTEE WORKERS National Honor Society ESSENTIALLY American ia principle is the annual election of a group of students to the National Honor Society. Since they are best qualified for the task through their constant association with the student body, members of the Norristown High School faculty conduct this election on the bases ot Scholarship, Leadership, Character, and Service. First formed in l924, the Norristown High School chapter was under the sponsorship of Miss Emma E. Christian, principal, until i932 when Miss Dorothy E. Berger became its advisor. Among the traditions es- tablished by the organization within the school have been the signing of the Honor Book during the senior assembly program, and the pres- entation ot a five dollar award to a member of the graduating class who has maintained excellence in Latin. Dr. Raymon Kistler, president of Beaver College, delivered an in- spiring address on "Character" at a special induction assembly on April 4, when Dr. H. O. Dietrich, superintendent of Norristown public schools, presented to the sixteen newly-elected members the insignia of the society. Mr. Gerald F. Selinger, president of the alumni group, spoke on "The Society" while "The Emblem" was the subject of vice president Ammon Kershner's speech. Each of the four cardinal prin- ciples was discussed by an Honor Society alumna: Miss Gloria Bradley, "Character," Miss Helen Garber, "Scholarship," Miss Rosalie Molino, "Leadershipg" Miss Helen Todd, "Service" THE SPICE OF 1941 Sixty-two Class Congress IN l938 Norristown High School received the largest sophomore class in its history. These five hundred and fifty sophomores, when organ- ized, proved themselves abundant in talent and energy as well as number. A Sophomore Congress was the form of organization, the members of which represented each homeroom. Following the sopho- more traditions, the congress decorated the auditorium at Christmas and sponsored a faculty play, "The Importance of Being Earnest." As Juniors, the congressmen extended their energies. A class-wide task, the Junior Circus met with much popularity in its colorful floor- show, amusing sideshows, and wary fortune tellers. The Junior Prom was remembered for its effective garden setting, the product of long hours of work and thought. Additionally the congress conducted the sale of class jewelry and presented the annual Junior assembly. The upperclass seat accordingly gave them greater powers and tasks. Behind the scenes of the successful play, "You Can't Take It With You," and the gaiety of the Senior Banquet, many seniors, assisted by the faculty, worked hard and long. They again fell heir to the task of creating an assembly and spring prom. Finally, taking their last step as seniors of high school, they helped plan their eventful graduation ceremony. TOP ROW: Gibson, Vink. Baganz, Abramo- vitz, Kcrshner, Ettinger, DeHaven. BOT- TOM ROW: Keeler, Fox, Hunsberger. Mc- Caughan, Woehling, Middleton, Fry, Bean, Frisco. TOP ROW: Gilbert. Boot, Abramovitz, Crev- ellng, Mltton, Ettinger, Sablosky, Kirk Houck, Ralston, Tornetta. THIRD ROW White, Putnam, Evans K., Googe, Good friend, Ryan, Monastero, Scanlan, Hoff, Barbaretta. SECOND ROW: Taglieber. Os- wald, I-luzzard, McGoldrick, Gillette, Smith, Hoffman, Harkin, Creve, Hynes, IvlacKub bin, Miss Robinson. FIRST ROW: Irwin, lbaugh, Roberts, Brogan, Interrante, De Haven. Evans R,, Keeler. Miller, Fry, Ty son, Woodward, Gouldey. Sixty-three TOP ROW: McCoy, Putnam, Roth, Sablos- ky N., Baganz. Goodfriend, Houck, Ryan Hertzler. THIRD ROW: O'Brien, DeAngelis Clanding, Oswald, McColdrick, Sciarra Loughin, Sperry, Cloud, Martin, Patson Brendlinger, Torbidone. SECOND ROW Mr. Spangler, Fisher, Gouldey, Tyson, Shoe- maker, Costello, Keyser, Miss Berger, Green Mills, Fitzgerald, Sablosky F., Keller, Lon- go, Montgomery, Mr. Sutphen. FIRST ROW Creve-ling, Gibson, Keeler, Vink, Woehling Stokes, Fox, Abramovitz. TOP ROW: Becker, Price, Gennone, Long, Ellis, Shulby, Schuler, Blake. FIFTH ROW: Harris, Felton, Maloney, Hunter, Loughin, Bolton, Jarman, Kooker, Cloud, Baker, Fab- bri, Andrews. FOURTH ROW: Smith, Hotf- man, Convey, Tyson B. S., Schoettle, Ed- wards, Buckwalter, Miller, Butwin, Fitz- gerald, Wagenhurst, Keith, Keen, Keyser, Rising. THIRD ROW: Croll, Simpson, Mc- Cormick, Dolan, McKee, Green, McQuil- lan, Rodenbaugh, McCool, Winter, Custer, Kelly, English, SECOND ROW: Koons, Shaeft, Frisco, Sotiro, Gambone, Sciarra, Smith, O'Brien, Brendlinger, Keeler, Davis McDivitt, Lewandowski, Morley, McG0ld- rick, McCaughan. FRONT ROW: Morris, Stokes, Putnam, lnterrante, Bean, Fox, Mr. Kistler, Keller, Tyson B. J., Longo, Kendall, Gans, Borneman, Taylor, Baganz. Spice CLICKING cameras and blinding flashes of light were common occur- rences during the past year in the search for student candids which would depict the true life of school, Although this has been a recent introduction for the improvement of our yearbook, Spice is now cele- brating its forty-fifth birthday and each year is increasing its scope in photography. Those who knew it "way back when-" will recall that Spice was first issued monthly as a number of mimeographed pages between paper covers. At various stages of its career changes in the frequency of publication made it next a seasonal, then a semi-annual, and finally, combining a number of smaller projects into one more ambi- tious undertaking, Spice first appeared as a yearbook in l933. With John Vink, editor-in-chief, Gene Keeler, copy editorg Muscoe Gibson, photography editor, and Miss Dorothy E. Berger, sponsor, forming a quadruple alliance for the specific purpose of producing an example ofthe supreme in modern annuals, the l94l Spice promises to win new laurels not only as an interesting memoir for Norristown High School students, but also a representative record of young America at work and play. THE SPICE OF 1941 MR KISTLER ADVISES EDITOR FOX PUBLICATIONS A Hi-Eye REPORTERS dashing in and out, a pervading atmosphere of pounding typewriters, receiving assignments and gathering information, midst mostly futile attempts to seek the necessary inspiration for an as- signed article before deadline, copy-reading, and printers' ink, head- line hunters, and over-flowing wastebaskets-this is Room l l, news- paper headquarters of Eisenhower's bi-weekly publication, Hi-Eye. From Alice Fox's high and laborious position as editor-in-chief and Mr. Richard Kistler's supervising duties down to the last cub reporter falls the task of printing a paper to the satisfaction of the student realm. ln order to present current happenings, varieties, feature attrac- tions, and anything else in or about Eisenhower, every school function inevitably finds representatives of this staff on hand. At every sport event, one of Hi-Eye's sports writers is on the spot to gather first hand information. At every dance, the newshound hovers about, taking in everything from the orchestra to the latest jitterbug hop. In the home rooms and clubs, a reporter makes himself available for any stray bit of news that might interest the many readers of l-li-Eye. lts fashion expert's eye watches for the latest fad or fancy, the feature staff ponders original brain storms, and the columnists let little go by. Also important, editorials appear which constructively criticize, congratulate, or comment on current situations. However, the spirit of Hi-Eye does not limit itself to paper and ink. Hi-Eye can boast the responsibility of several events popular among students, including two dances, one of which was a farewell gesture to the graduating class. On the evening prior to the Lower Merion Pigskin War, this club received a grand response to its pep rally, which spirited the team and grandstand for the grid battle. Attending several Press Conferences during the year, our Hi-Eye representatives greatly benefited from the discussion of various phases of newspaper work. n The business staff, including the advertising and circulation staffs and their sponsor Charles Sutphen, deserve especial mention as an important auxiliary to the success of this student project by finding a market for the finished product. Judging from the sound experience and pleasure obtained in both reading and printing the paper, we feel sure that Hi-Eye in the past year has recorded one of its most profitable and successful years. THE EDITOR AT WORK Sixty-five STUDENT COUNCIL STUDENT COUNCIL CONVENTION MR SCHULER AND JAKE First Semester AS democratic a system as its big brother in the United States govern- ment, Norristown High School's own representative legislature, Stu- dent Council, made its presence felt in ways both novel and practical during the l9-40-4l season. Operating on the theory that "anything worth doing is worth doing well" its forty-nine members, each repre- senting a separate home room, poured an amazing amount of zest into every project undertaken, from selling candy at basketball games to playing host to the annual meeting of the Philadelphia Suburban Student Council Association. In the latter capacity Mr. John Schuler, faculty advisor, and Florence lnterrante, first semester president, charted the course in preparing general programs, discussion groups, menus, all those details which must be arranged prior to such an affair. When, during the course of the first semester, Council decided that the American flag should be more prominent, action followed their decision closely. The result was forty-nine new and decidedly larger flags. Doing its bit to promote good fellowship in athletics as well as in matters academic, Student Council followed a precedent set in i939 by sending a representative to schools whose teams the Eagles were to oppose on the football field. ln an effort to bring to light the less routine side of education, Council presented two assembly programs, the same number of dances, and enjoyed the task of decorating halls, lobby, and cafeteria for the Yuletide season. Officers in addition to President lnterrante who lent their aid in making the first semester a record-setting season were: Milton Etting- er, vice president, Janet Middleton, secretary, John Allan, treasurer, James Mitton, sergeant-at-arms. THE SPICE OF 1941 Sixty-six TOP ROW DiCicco Moore, Stycr, Lederach Kuller Marberger FOURTH ROW: Nicola, Cain Shingle Hunsicker, Tornetta, Pascale, Shields Mountain Compton, Baird, Horn ing Fell Fritz THIRD ROW: Hoff, Keyser. Winter Hallowell Smith, Mack, Hunsberg er McCaughan Benson, Reifsnyder, Eisen berger McCooI Shulby. SECOND ROW Shaw Clark Wisner Vernacchio, Pressler, Rightlcr Schoettle Canley, Kendall, Clayes Dolan FRONT ROW: Mitton, Allan Middleton Mr Schuler, lnterrante, Etting- TOP ROW Meyer Evans, Lederach, Carbo, Stokes Boot Cinanni, Hunsberger, Shulby Moser Ray Barbaretta, Dewald, Welsh THIRD ROW Mr Schuler, Colletti, Comp- ton Thompson Blake, Eckert, Bosler Wolfinger Monastero, Stcad, Cain, Lake, Robinson SECOND ROW: Williams, Mc- Caughln Goldberg Fisher, Hudnut, Ritten- house Benson Mack Keyser, Winter, Tor- bidone Taylor FIRST ROW: McCaughan Wisner Vernacchio Fritz, Allan, Ettinger Middleton Cllsson McCool, Morrison, Sal- Second Semester NO novice at counseling the Council, J. Milton Ettinger advanced from the position of first semester vice president to take the reins of government from the hands of Florence lnterrante during the second half of the school year. To remedy any tendency toward a mid-winter slump in activity, the new organization immediately went to work on plans for its third and final dance in the high school gym on Friday, March l4, when handsome N. H. S, laddies whirled their best girls to the music of Bill Smith's orchestra. Students were not the only ones who benefited under the Ettinger regime. Solicitous of faculty welfare as well, Mr. John Schuler's legis- lators publicly acknowledged that the teaching profession is not always sugar and spice. To give harassed instructors a well-earned vacation, and at the same time afford students an opportunity to gain worthwhile experience, the Student Council advanced the novel idea of declaring "student day." Throughout the day teachers and admin- istrative heads were relieved of their responsibilities by undergrad- uates. Assisting Milton Ettinger in executive positions were: John Allan, vice president, Janet Middletown, secretary, Ralph Fritz, treasurer, and Robert Clisson, sergeant-at-arms. ,fe Sixty-seven TOP ROW: Ralston, Shoemaker, Pierce, Fiorilla Samuel, Carbo, Keir, Fulmer, Sala- mone, Sylvester, Kehr, Bono, Frantz, Stokes. THIRD ROW: Paul, Pascale, Ronca, Cardy, Tyson, Meoli, Russo, Orner, Fiorilla Salva- tore, Romano. SECOND ROW: McDermott D., Monestero, Ciambrone, Herbert, Smith, Hunsberger, Williams, Ray, Billera, Genova, Welsh, Dewald, McDermott G. FIRST ROW: Moser, Bergy, Lewis, Krout, Hittle, De- Haven, Dearolf, DiBarthoIomeo, Shields, Parente, Carbo. TOP ROW: Mr, Shaffer, Marlin, Roth, Baganz. FRONT ROW: Blake, Interrante, Loughin, Tyson, Taylor. VOCATIONAL AND DEBATING THE SPICE Vocational Society "- Fire and dust and air tight in the furnaces, the pour is timed, the billets wriggleg the clinkers are dumped: Liners on the sea, skyscrapers on the land, diving steel in the sea, climbing steel in the sky." -Carl Sandburg RANKING high in the realm of democracy is that division of our school which prepares its students for their places in industry. The Norristown Vocational Society recognizes achievement in this field. Sponsored by Mr. Harold E. Thompson, this organization is limited to students of the Vocational Department, who have applied for mem- bership. It the candidate meets the qualifications, he is initiated into the society. These requirements-Loyalty, Leadership, Integrity and lndustry, are represented by the gear, the drattsman's triangle, and ballpien hammer which are super-imposed on the torch ot the society's key- stone emblem. The outstanding event ot the school year for this organization is their annual Father and Son banquet. All other activities tend to unite the present students with graduates from this department. Led by the president, Donald DeHaven, the society meets as a reg- ular club in I-lomeroom I4, Other otticers are: Vice President, Charles Krout, Reporting Secretary, John DiBarthoIomeog Corresponding Sec- retary, Horace Shieldsg Treasurer, Alvin Lewisg Chaplain, Richard Lewis, Historian, William Hittle. OF 1941 MR BUTLER TEACHES JOE BARBPRETTA ELAINE LOUCHIN CONVINCES THE Debating TAKING their work seriously, the Norristown Debating team enjoyed a successful season under the capable coaching of Mr. Donald W. Shaffer. Giving many a worry to their competitors in heated argu- ments, our talented orators experienced the fundamentals of public speaking, important to democratic citizenship. Their task was not an easy one for they participated in two separ- ate debate-leagues, namely, the Philadelphia Suburban League and the Pennsylvania Forensic League. In the former the question for de- bate was, "Resolved: that all electric utilities in the United States be owned and operated by the federal government," while the question debated in the latter was, "Resolved: that the power of the federal government be increased." Using the Oregon method in the Suburban League, the team won five and lost three of its debates. This method, consisting of a four man team with a cross-examiner, was seen in action by N. H. S. as- sembly audience on February 20 when our orators debated with Lans- downe. The other schools in this league that met our team were Up- per Darby, Radnor, Lower Merion and Bridgeport. Those members who defended the affirmative were: Charles Taylor, Elizabeth Tyson, Herbert Baganz, and James Blake. Representing the negative side were: Preston Roth, Florence lnterrante, Norman Mar- lin, and Elaine Loughin. In the final debate with Bridgeport a modi- fied Oregon method was used in which each team was comprised of two members from each school. Mary Martha Rising served as an al- ternate speaker in this debate. A two man team was employed in the Pennsylvania Forensic League, each member giving a constructive speech and finishing with a rebuttal. Being defeated only by the state champions in the semi- finals at Harrisburg last year, Norristown again tried hard with the intention of success. Those who represented our school in this league weie James Blake, Leatrice Epsteen, Florence lnterrante and Mary Martha Rising. Since the squad suffered the loss of nine members through grad- uation last year, the team and coach deserved much praise and credit for their efforts and success. DEBAT I NC TEAM Sixty-nine TRAFFIC AND BANKING WEEKLY TRAFFIC CLUB MEETING BANKING IN HOME ROOM 29 Traffic WE depend on this group, year after year, to maintain law and order and prevent congestion wherever it may occur. Meeting once a week in the library during club period, the Traffic Club discusses its prob- lems, suggests methods for improvement, and receives the necessary assignments. Under the supervision of Mr. Elmer Hoffman, faculty sponsor, this squad of boys works with efficiency and cooperation. During the first semester, the group was led by Alfred Hohlfeld, whom they elected as their chief, With Robert Lawrence as his as- sistant, the chief and his staff ably kept the entire school in smooth running order. For the second semester the new chief, Harrison Fell, and his as- sistant Francis Scanlon, took the leading positions. Although their duty is hard to execute at times, the boys on the squad strive to live up to the motto of the club which is Honor, Loyalty, and Service. A new introduction into the Traffic Club this year was the selec- tion of a fire chief and an assistant, Preston Roth and Louis Jones respectively. Besides the supervision of auditorium, cafeteria, and hall traffic, this club also entertained the school with its annual play. Titled "You Can't Leave lt Behind", this comedy takeoff of the senior play will long be remembered by all. However, the traffic squad continues to work hard on its thankless task and deserves much credit for their service and cooperation in the school. THE SPICE OF 1941 Seven ty Banking THAT "A penny saved is a penny earned" was a famous maxim of Benjamin Franklin, but the students of Eisenhower put this into prac- tice every Tuesday morning, lt is the duty of the representative from each homeroom to encourage banking and to collect the money for deposit during the homeroom meetings. The money is then placed in the capable hands of Mr, Heller, our representative from the Norris- town Penn Trust Company, Rooms 59 and 29 are to be congratulated for maintaining l0096 throughout the first semester. The homerooms that have over 25 96 for the first semester are: 59, l00 per cent, 29, l00 per cent, 43, 55 per cent, 49, 53 per cent, 52, 53 per cent, 63, 49 per cent, l3, 48 per cent, l, 45 per cent, 53, 40 per cent, 63, 36 per cent, 4, 35 per cent, 2, 35 per cent, l6, 34 per cent, 34, 32 per cent, l4, 3l per cent, 6, 30 per cent, 40, 30 per cent, 25, 29 per cent, 32, 29 per cent, 57, 28 per cent, 60, 29 per cent, 33, 28 per cent, 6l, 27 per cent, 39, 25 per cent. TOP ROW: Cotteta, Bono, Ragusa. FIFTH ROW: Mi:Cune, Crube, Riccardelli, Pirrall, Pierce, Willans, Scanlan, Miller, Montil- ione, Bean. FOURTH ROW: Keyser, Jones. Hurst, Trump, Catanzaro, Termine, Coletti, Wertman, Modica, Bechtel, DiSanto, Chin- chilli, Cross, Buono. THIRD ROW: Catania, Metzger, Foelker, Webb, Walker, Brandi, Paige, Verna, Gillam, Dietrich, Ready, Fior- avanti, Abbot, SECOND ROW: Gullata, Piz- zica, Jones, Ray, Meirer, Russo, Fell, Herr, Schlottere, Critsimilios, Lepore, Tyson, Troxel, Bengivango. FRONT ROW: Romano, Ronca, Vaughan, Roth, Ventura, Lawrence Mr. Hoffman, Hohlfeld, Vitabile, Manze, Carbo, Morello, Monastero, Brango. FRONT ROW: Rex, Cloud, Piazza, Hunter, Jones, Green, Dill, Appel. SECOND ROW: Kirk, Watson, Bosler, Hynes, Hardy, Mc- Clennen, McNamee, Falco. BACK ROW: Campbell, Titlow, Hiser, Blewitt. Seventy-one TOP ROW: Martin, Warriner, Kriebel F., Glass, Robertson, McClure, Hawkins, Ros- enberger, Arnold, Dreby, Hardy, Titlow. Slough C., O'Brien, Clark, Scott, Evans. FOURTH ROW: Slough R., Taylor, Shultz, Hunter, Goldman, Dunlap, Huber, Punyko, Bartleson, Stout, Greve, Winter, Wagner. Strout, O'Donnell, Salomito, Nowlin. THIRD ROW: Loughin, Stierly, Eisenberger, Dill. Clarke, Hunsberger Edithmae, Esterly, Daw- son, Woodward, Lauman, Henion, Hunsberg- er T,, Printz, Tinkler, Keyser E., Reinert, Hassinger. SECOND ROW: Bitten, Adam- son, Houston, Kreclier, Lanan, Harper. West, Knies, Keyser B. A., Kriebel E., Shel- lenberger, Naile, Campitell, Tyler, Krout. FRONT ROW: Sechler, Bove, McCoy, Lon- go, Harley, Baptiste, Metzger, Miss Dow- ney. McKee, Tyson, Hunsberger Eleanor, Borrieman, Vendetti, Churchill. LEFT TO RIGHT: Runk, Borneman, Dill, McCoy, Carfagno S., Huzzard, Colleti, Valentine, Blondin V., Rose, Locke, Peter- son, Clark, Nave, Feliciani, Fry, Taylor, Slough, Feldman, Carfagno R., Jarrett, Det- wiler, Webster, Sander, Clarke, Shade, Kirk. Rhoads, Crawford, Blondin R.. Davis, Dreby. MUSICAL ORGANIZATIONS A Cappella Choir AS Walt Whitman "heard America singing", so did Norristown High School when eighty-five of its students gave expression to their mus- ical talents through the A Cappella Choir. Indispensable is this group to our school life, by illustrating "young America in action" in presenting varied musical selections for pub- lic enjoyment. Under the capable and creative guidance of Miss Mary A. Downey the choir served the school in its own inimitable way at the Christmas pageant, assemblies, Mothers' Club and student coun- cil conventions. This fine group worked untiringly and devotedly, hoping to cap- ture honors in the State Forensic Contest at New Castle as did the group last year when they won. Orchids go to Mary Louise Tinkler and Margaret Hassinger who entered the Southeastern District Chorus and were chosen to sing in the All-State Chorus. Honor of Merit awards were made to the Girls' Ensemble, a smaller branch of the Choir, in the Cultural Olym- pics at the University of Pennsylvania. The A Cappella Choir of l94l will go down in the annals of Nor- ristown High School as a commendable one and we hope that it will continue in the future to carry on its work as faithfully and success- fully as it has in the past to keep "America singing." Borzelleca, Becker, Weidman, THE SPICE OF 1941 Orchestra DURING the past ten years, since the present director, Mr. Damon D. Holton, first took charge in l93l, the Norristown High School Orchestra has grown from a small group of instrumentalists to an or- ganization of near symphonic proportions. Almost simultaneous with the opening of school in September, a call was issued for students with instrumental ability, From the resulting group, the present High School orchestra of thirty-seven pieces was formed under the guid- ance of lvlr. Holton. Chief among its activities this term was the weekly playing for the assembly program, which included the entire group, alternately ac- companied by two sophomore pianists, Cornelia Dill and Esther Borne- men. Among its numerous activities the orchestra provided a color- ful atmosphere at the annual Senior play production with their di- rector's original expressive compositions. Combining their talents into smaller groups, a few members of the orchestra united to form the "Hungry Five" composed of Harry Clarke, Russell Kirk, Robert Sander, Vernon Shade, and Charles Taylor. Second group to emerge from the orchestra was the Swing Band which included: Frederick Becker, Vernon Shade, Stanley Borzelleca, Russell Carfagno, George Dietz, Russell Kirk, William Markley, Nel- son Peterson, John Rhoads, Richard Roberts, Vernon Blondin, and Samuel Verruni, They were first presented to the school during a Kay Kyser program at an early assembly program. Through their participation in the school band also five members of the school orchestra gained chairs in the Southeastern District Band. This group included: James Detwiler, first chair, baritone horng Frank Jarrett, second chair, French horn, Frederick Becker, first chair, sec- ond bassoong Samuel Verruni, first chair, alto clarinet, and Bill Wied- man, first chair, baritone saxophone. These five along with seven other members of the bancl were chosen to represent Norristown High School in the Southeastern District band which presented a con- cert early in the spring. The concert was conducted by Frank Simon, noted radio director and conductor. THE GIRLS' ENSEMBLE THE SWING BAND Seventy-three BAND AND BANDMASTER CLARKE AT A NIGHT GAME TIME OUT FOR CHEERLEADERS Band CRISP cold days, a fighting team, peppy cheerleaders, our new flag throwers-and our band! This was a recipe for wonderful days to live and remember. Seeing nearly sixty pairs of blue-clad legs marching down the gridiron in time to a spirited school song sent a current of chills down the spine of every loyal N, H. S. student. Stepping high in the lead was sophomore Leigh Woehling, as drum major, and his fellow twirlers, John Sadden and George Deitz. Also adding to the spirit and enthusiasm, were the band's occasional cheers, made more effective by instrumental rumbles and booms. The band, directed by capable Mr. Damon D. Holton, held regular practice twice a week. Anyone passing the sunny band room on Wed- nesday or Friday mornings found proof that "practice llong and earnestl makes perfect." Occasionally Harry Clarke, the student leader, very ably conducted the band. An offspring of the larger band was the German Band, consisting of Vernon Shade, Robert Sander, Charles Taylor, Harry Clarke, and Russell Kirk. Various service clubs and the student audience of a memorable assembly have found this group to be top-rate entertain- ment. THE SPICE OF 1941 Seventy-four CHEERLEADERS Cheerleaders "A SHORT rah for the cheerleaders," Probably this is the first time a cheer has been called for this able band. ln the field of sports, there are three components of the game: the team, the spectators, and the cheerleaders. It is the aim of these pep leaders to arouse the spirit of the rooters to support the athletes. Rain or shine, under the sponsorship of lvlr. Edwin G. Kephart, they are present to lead the rooters in supporting the teams. During the half-time period at the gridiron battles it is the custom of the group to meet the visiting cheerleaders and "give them everything but the game." Service is the keyword of the organization while student cooper- ation is the essential factor of their success. As a reward for their efforts gold megaphones are presented to the seniors on the squad after three years of active service. The five seniors to receive these awards are Norman Marlin, Fay Sablosky, Betty Rightler, Naida lvlc- Coy, and Emily Fry. TOP ROW. Pfaff, Detwiler, Price, Jones, Sadden, Woehling, Deitz, Slough R., Taylor, Bacchi, Peterson. FOURTH ROW: Nuttall, Wiedman, Pennock, Monastero James, Monastero Joseph, Volpe, Woodland, Tait, Carfagno, Smith, Spangler, Bosler. THIRD ROW: Sander, Crawford, Blondin D., Shade, Antonelli, Warriner, Feliciani, Kulp, Slough C., Jarrett F., Roberts, DeNorfio, Webster, Metzger, Kirk. SECOND ROW: Lawrence, Wentz, Blondin V., Verruni, Wood, Shacff, Shaw, Gottshall. Callulo, Schartzer, Bor- zelleca, Cannel, Clark H., Rhoads, Scott, Markley, Titlow, McNichol. FIRST ROW: Feldman, McKee, Fry, Jarrett P., Dill, Schmoll, Davis, Tuturice, Clark R., Dreby. TOP ROW: McCoy, Mr, Kephart, Wasser, Marlin. FRONT ROW: Fry, Hullinger, Rightler, Kirk, Sablosky. Seventy-five THE SPICE TOP ROW: Tyson Marion, Clanding, Hiltc- beitel, Carlin, Horrocks, Moore, Love, Cain. THIRD ROW: Cotsch, Tyson B., Rex, Ty- son Mildred, Berardelli, Harvey, Croco, Baker, Hoy, Parke. SECOND ROW: Roberts. Montgomery, Schoettle, Wasser, Platt, Mar- inari, Pellechio, lde, Shaeff. FRONT ROW: Shoemaker, Wagner, Mrs. Earl, Capone, Simpson. TOP ROW: Cuthridgc, Long, Evans, Yet- ter, Corley, Gramm, FOURTH ROW: Cine anni, Fleming, Organtini, Carson, Young, Pearlstine, Cauffrnan, Thompson, Cray. Fair, Keenan. THIRD ROW: Hamilton, Mc- Duffie, Lott, Pennock, Mulholland, Det- wiler, Ciccarelli, Dillinger, Lynch, Tolson, Robinson, Shellington, Marlin. SECOND ROW: Key, Schlotterer, Bollinger, Ryan, Metzger, Moyer, Foley, Coyne, Livers, Settle, Schuler, Cennone, D'Amico, Mr. Lewis. FRONT ROW: Campbell, Taglieber, Pearson, Moore, Darden, 'White, C-uardino, Bcnyish, Bean, Canning, Bosler, Ventura. THE " " CLUBS Boys' " " Club IN past years many athletes of Norristown High School have given their time and support to build a firm foundation for the Boys' "N" Club, to carry on the spirit of competition in varsity athletics, and to assist whenever a helping hand is needed. The award of a varsity or a junior varsity letter for participation in various sports constitutes the right to membership in this club, which is sponsored by Mr. Leroy Lewis. Of the many projects sponsored by the organization, the Barn Dance is one of the most vivid of seniors' happy memories. Following the Lower Merion football game, this year's affair served also as a con- solation dance, and all who attended will long remember the music of Elliot Broza's orchestra, the effective decorations, and the many booths and novelty dances. With the money collected from the various activities, the athletes try to carry out to the letter the purposes of their organization, namely, OF 1941 to promote intra-mural competition within the Senior High School, to further competition in and between our junior high schools, to promote all grade school athletic activities, to remember the sick and the injured, to help needy families, and to contribute to the summer play-ground work. For the first semester, the club elected William Benyish as Presi- dent, Steve Cuardino, Vice President, Robert Clisson, Secretary: Daniel White, Treasurer. Second semester officers included William Darden, President, Rob- ert C-oyne, Vice President, John Keenan, Secretary, Barclay Moyer, Thomas Ryan, Treasurer. Girls' "Nf' Club SlSTER to the Boys' "N" Club, the Ciirls' "N" Club is known by its many democratic beneficences. Creating good sportsmanship, en- couraging participation in sports, spreading friendly cheer to the sick, and sponsoring projects of interest to the school are their main ob- jectives. Mrs. Marion Blew Earl, coach of girls' sports, advises the group. ln conjunction with the Boys' "N" Club, the group entertain the students at the annual Barn Dance. As sponsors of the Fall Tennis Tournament, they discover new court talent. April of each year finds the N. H. S. girls erect in work and play, for the "N" Club girls sponsor a Posture Contest annually. From the money of various pro- jects, outfits for the girls' sports teams are purchased. Another tradition is the presentation of flowers to the faculty and their wives or husbands on Thanksgiving Day. During the school term the girls not only donate money and gifts to the needy, but also send cards and flowers to the sick. Leading the l94l Ciirls' "N" Club are Loretta Capone, President, Doris Shoemaker, Vice President, Mildred Wagner, Secretary, Beth Simpson, Treasurer. THE "N" CLUBS MEET AT THE BARN DANCE Seventy-seven HANDBOOK THE HANDBOOK IN THE MAKING TOP ROW: Buckman, Craser, Fabbri, Bau- er. FRONT ROW: Miss Blakey, Tyson, Law- less, Schoettle. THE SPICE OCCUPYINC the third angle of Norristown High School's triangular system of publications is the Handbook, a bi-annual production which serves as a written record of school laws and customs. However it does not limit itself to its primary function, it is virtually an encyclopedia of matters concerning student life at Norristown's institution of high- er learning, where one may find anything from a floor plan of the building to requirements in graduation. ln order that all new students may benefit by its detailed descrip- tions, a copy of Handbook is presented to members of the sophomore class at the beginning of the school year. With Miss Elva S. 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' ' f' J 'A ' 1 'WWI' " ' 1 A ,211-QL.: 3 JW'--. l A HTHLETICS Through participation in competitive sports, seniors and underclassmen alike are offered an opportunity for physical and moral develop- ment. Cooperation is the secret of champion- ship teamsg sportsmanship is the password. l v 1 ,. vga Q ,W . . x if X12 if l"n wx . Nw. .gf .AST MINUTE INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR. SHELLENBERCER TO HEIDEL COACHES Head Coach Paul Shellenberger Assistant Coaches Lewis V. Kost Harvey W. Fishburn Wayne F. Henry F F?-1--H Football ALTHOUGH they did not enjoy so successful a season as some of the Norristown High School teams in the past, this year's football eleven upheld the fighting spirit and gentlemanlike sportsmanship of Norristown as they compiled a record of four wins, five losses, and one tie. Under the able coaching of lVlr. Paul Shellenberger and Mr. Lou Kost, the Eagles were a green but courageous team that truly represented the American spirit in every contest. Opening the season with the annual arc light tilt with Conshohocken High on Roosevelt Field, the Blue and White scored a rousing 25-O triumph which lightened the hearts of all the Norristown stu- dents. Continuing their high scoring antics. the Shellenberger- Kost machine rolled over DuPont High of Wilmington in the second home night fray 38-O, and the following week again were victorious with a win over Pottstown in the final night contest. Against a superior Chester eleven the Eagles suffered their first defeat on the local field, losing I4-O. Traveling to Phoenixville, Lady Luck was definitely on the wrong side as the Eagles were handed a 35-O reverse for their second loss. Temporarily regain- ing their winning stride, the Blue and White returned home and scored a win over the Valley Forge Military Academy, but one week later lost their traditional battle to Lower lvlerion on the Ardmore field to the tune of 2I-O. Traveling to Bethlehem for the final away game, Norristown was outclassed by the rugged up-state eleven and dropped their fourth game, and one week later returned home to lose their fifth fray of the year to Down- ingtown, score Zl-7. In the final game, the Thanksgiving Day battle with Germantown High, the Eagles rose to great heights in holding a highly rated Germantown team to a scoreless tie on muddy Roosevelt Field. Stanley Capone, small but mighty guard on the '4l eleven, was elected captain at the conclusion of the season by the letter- men and was well deserving of this high honor. Individual honors were gained by Russ Moore, veteran end, and Bob Evans, quar- terback and only returning letterman in the backfield, both re- ceiving honorable mention in the Suburban Sports Writers' poll for an All-Suburban team. THE SPICE OF 1941 Eighty-two Norristown . Norristown . Norristown . Norristown . Norristown . Norristown . Norristown . Norristown . Norristown . Norristown . Won 4 FOOTBALL RESULTS-l 940 . . .25 Conshohocken ....... . . O ...38 Du Pont lWilmingtonl .. .. O . . . l9 Pottstown .......... . . O .. O Chester.. ...lil .. O Phoenixville .............. 35 ..l8 Valley Forge Military Academy O .. O Lower Merion .......,,.,. Zl ..l3 Bethlehem ...27 .. 7 Downingtown .. ...Zl . . O Germantown . . . . O Lost Tied 5 l TOP ROW: Monastero, Clisson, Borzillo, Darden, lnterrante, Nave, Basile. THIRD ROW: Settle Pendleton. Cuardino S., Bradley. Moore, Cauffman, Cuardino J., White. SECOND ROW: Mr Kost, Chicco. Hohlfeld, Roth, Ventura, Capone, Dillinger, l-leidel, Edwards, Mr. Shellen- berger. ERONT ROW: Bosler, Thomas, Moyer, Evans, Eazio, Noecker, Picard. soufxp Kenneth Bosler Joseph Chicco Stanley Capone Karl Dillinger Ceorge Edwards Robert Evans Robert Clisson Alfred l-lohlfeld Russell Moore Alphonse Picard Preston Roth Edgar Thomas Joseph Ventura Joseph Barbaretta Salvatore Basile lMgr,l Eighty-three CROSS COUNTRY RESU LTS Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Norri stown Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Ambler . Haverford Boyertown Media . Olney .. Abington Upper Darby . Chester ..... Suburban Cham- pionship Eastern Regional Cross Country "MANY are the hearts that are weary"-and Eagle harriers are too, after a two and one half mile grind along the cross country course. Little heralded, these boys work every night of the week, rain or shine, running down to the Stewart Armory, through the Park, to the Borough line and back to meet Coach "Hurry-Back" Hedstrom, Despite the loss of many veterans of last year, N. H. S. run- ners wound up the season, not quite up to par, with an excel- lent record of eight wins, one of which was won with a perfect score of fifteen. ln the most important meet of the l94O season, the Suburban League Championship, Norristown placed second with a score of 70, the best score being Lower Merion's 43. The Jay-vee team enjoyed a highly successful season as they won all five of their meets. On October sixteenth, they became lost in the Abington woods, after taking the wrong path, but the team was found and led over the finish line-an hour late. Led by Paul Leister, the subs made three perfect scores, Although only the first five of the team to finish are recorded in the scorebook, much credit must go to the other thirty mem- bers of the squad who ran just as those who took the honors. Captain of the varsity was Alvin Lewis, who turned in the best running average of the squad. Much tribute must be given to Mr. Hedstrom, who besides being a grand fellow to the team, has guided twenty-one champions and championships of his nine years of coaching. THE LONG CRIND TOP ROW: Pascale, Keenan, Fair, Arnold, Lewis, Lobb, Mr. Hedstrom, FRONT ROW Winter HTL EELYW bottom, Shields, Hamilton, lnterrante. THE SPICE OF 1941 Eighty-four OP ROW Bosler Mrs. Earl, Marinari, Tyson Mildred, Platt J., Carlin, Creve, Tyson Marion, latt C Schoettle Krout. FRONT ROW: Pellechio, Shoemaker, lde, Capone, Harvey, Baptiste, AFTERNOON HOCKEY PRACTICE Wagner, Farrell. Hockey HOCKEY is still in its infancy here, but Coach Marion Earl and her squad decided they had rocked in the cradle long enough so they dashed right into a six game schedule against six veteran teams. Another ambition was realized when the hockey field ad- jacent to the school was completed for the opening clash of the season with Ambler, Initiation of the field was hard to take since the Penn Valley girls dedicated a resounding 4-2 defeat to Norristown. The remaining tilts were played in rapid succession while the weather got cold but the team got hot. N. H S. scored the biggest upset of the season in making Spring City bow 2-l. Proceeding through the schedule with an unblemished record the Norris- town lassies came along and put a black mark on their record. Although it ended in a l-l tie, the Cheltenham game was an- other thriller, for it was nip and tuck all the way. Upper Merion seemed to be the essence of the "never say die" spirit, for after the Eaglettes had piled up an early lead the Spar- tans rallied to tie the score. The Norristown girls were deter- mined to conquer but the second half was another see-saw bat- tle as it ended at a 3-3 stalemate. Upper Darby and Abington emerged from the dust of battle in the winning column, the Upidahs by a l -O count while the Ghosts spirited away the game 2-l. At Collegeville the stick swingers whacked their way to a l-l fie. When the girls hung up their suits and bade adieu to their sticks, they also hung up an official record of the season with one win, three ties, and three losses. Although there is no champion- ship trophy, the traditional fighting spirit of Norristown teams was displayed in every goal earned this season. Loretta Capone captained the team and Florence Schoettle was the senior manager. Eighty-five Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown HOCKEY RESULTS . . . .2 Ambler . . ....l Abington . . . . l Cheltenham . . ...l Collegeville . . . . .O Upper Darby ....2 Spring City . . . . .3 Upper Merion QEZJQ if M IKZ: L F f j'vf"' 1 ,L J- ? f , . Q N X wa... i ...ndlff X 1 X ' Q - - N5 1 ' 'X X! :XY Q XV.. I x A gxkh A X 2 LV ,Y in ix X in N 'flx X" f w . K A IK x ' 2' flz .,..-f ,X fl if XA ff V K Hn Y gin in . i ,fl J.. 3 As lf V 1, ll lg .,- 3 -1.. s V I Basketball Boys' AS in the past several years, Norristown had to be content with runnerup position in the Suburban One league as Lower Merion, arch rival of the Eagles, again carried off sectional honors and entered the District playoffs. Completing a fine season with a record of thirteen wins and five losses, the Eagles again, coached by Mr. Lawson Earl, and assisted by Mr. Arthur Herr, were serious contenders for the sectional title until late in February, when Lower Merion gained its second win of the season at the Eagles' expense to clinch the Section One crown, in a close game played at the Penn Palestra. Among the teams defeated twice by the Earlmen were: Potts- town, Abington, Upper Darby, whiTe the Eagles also defeated West Chester, Bridgeport, Overbrook, Haverford, Cheltenham, C-len-Nor, and Chester once. Defeats were inflicted by Lower Merion twice, Haverford, Cheltenham, and a strong Alumni team. Coach Earl had a squad composed of boys playing their last year until several were moved up from the jayvee ranks. Bud Long is the only returning letterman from this year's team. Three players received high honors with places on All-teams picked by the Suburban Sports Writer's Association, namely Joseph Cilinger, forward on All-Suburban first team, William Benyish and C-ilinger, first team Section One, and Robert Evans, second team Section One. C-irls' NORRISTOWN High School boasted an undefeated l94l girls' basketball team. Resulting from long earnest practices and co- operation, the girls featured fast, clever passing and winning long-shots. At practices or games, the players were absorbed in "Work," steadily "Set" at all times, diligently on the "C-o," and justifying the principal theme of the game, "Play." These four words were their passwords to success. A strong Upper Darby team gave the Eaglettes their first thrill of close competition, Courage as well as talent gave the locals a 30-3l win. Victory tasted sweetest when the Norristown girls halted the three-year winning streak of Hallahan High School by a decisive 23-I4 score. Although rated as one of the best girls' teams of the East, the Philadelphia School's clock-like game could not stop the aggressive Eaglettes. An undefeated season rested on the final battle against Lower Merion. Pulling out of many close moments, N. H. S. came out on top, 24-l7, and broke the tie spell cast on Lower Merion and Norristown in the past three years. Doris Shoemaker, who broke her foot one day before the first game, was honored by captaincy. This year's graduation will leave empty the positions of Mil- dred Wagner, Birdamae Harvey, Loretta Capone, and Peggy Cotsch. Eighty -seven THE COACHES, MR. AND MRS. EARL BOYS' BASKETBALL RESULTS Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown GIRLS Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown . . .33 West Chester . . .33 Bridgeport . . . . . .27 Overbrook . . . ...28 Alumni . . .31 Pottstown . . . . . .46 Abington . . . .. .36 Upper Darby . . . .25 Haverford . . . . . .27 Lower Merion . . .36 Pottstown . . . . . .4l Cheltenham . . ...32 Glen Nor . . .41 Abington . . . . . .30 Upper Darby . . . .48 Haverford . . . . . .23 Lower Merion ...25 Chester . . .25 Cheltenham . . BASKETBALL RESULTS ...26 Chester . . .27 Abington . . . . . .31 Upper Darby . . . .33 Upper Merion . . .26 Springfield . . . . .23 Hallahan .... . . .22 Lansdale .... . . .24 Lower Merion CUSSON DNING AT A MEET TOP ROW: Mr. Dietrich, Love, Allan. SECOND ROW: Shellington, Bosler Tolson Ryan Glas BOYS' Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown SWIMMING RESULTS 4l 46 35 49 ,45 .40 47 .44 V2 .27 .40 35 Olney .... Haddonfield Pottstown . Abington .. Coatesville . Upper Darby Haverford . West Chester .... Zl Lancaster ..... Eddystone .... V,F.M.A.... son. FRONT ROW: Bollinger, Metzger, Detwiler, Pearson, Carson Boys' Swimming SPLASH! Announcing Suburban League and District champion- ships for the Blue and White tank menl Combining the com- petent coaching of Coach Stanley Dietrich with the splendid co- operation of the team, the mermen swam to an opportunity for participation in the District, Eastern Regional, and State meets which are held at University of Pennsylvania, Easton, and Penn- sylvania State College respectively, The Eagles opened the season by capturing the honors from Olney and Haddonfield, but they began the Suburban League competition with the third meet against Pottstown where they defeated the powerful Trojans by a score of 35-30. Next victim of the Norristown mermen was Abington, whose Ghosts they trounced with another brilliant display of action. After over-powering Coatesville, Upper Darby, Haverford, and West Chester, the Eagle tankmen returned from Lancaster with hopes somewhat shattered, since the Lancasterites proved just a little too strong for them by a score of 39-27, However, as Lancaster was not a Suburban League rival, the most crucial of all re- mained, that against Eddystone. Having eagerly awaited the out- come of the meet, the home-fans were filled with ecstacy to hear the familiar phrase "Norristown won!" Holding top-rank honors for the Eagle tankmen was Kenny Bosler who came through with an undefeated record in the lOO- yard free style event and shattered two State records. Tommy Ryan claimed a clear sweep of all but one win in the lOO-yard backstroke, and Jimmy Shellington swam a winning 220-yard free style until the meets with Lancaster and Eddystone in both of which his rivals out-splashed him. In the diving capacity Nor- ristown High praised the ability of Bob Clisson who captured first place only once, but performed admirably the remainder of the time. Although Coach Dietrich was new this year, he guided his proteges to a most successful season. THE SPICE OF 1941 Eighty-eight Girls' Swimming THE l94l mermaids of N. H. S. made ripples in the pool of fame. They were a well-balanced team that went to practices enthusi- astically and carried the same enthusiasm to their meets. ln speed, form, and sportsmanship, essential to championship teams, Coach Sarah Hoffer found nothing lacking. Splashing into the limelight we had divers Jean Wasser and Mildred Tyson, both juniors. The fishes had nothing on the Parke girls. Pollyanne, a veteran, again captured many laurels in breast stroke and free style, while Bubbles, her sophomore sis- ter, also swam her way up stream. Marion Bosler gave outstanding GIRLS' SWIMMING RESULTS Norristown George School Norristown Haverford .. pkerfprmancss :ln the 'free style events, while Caroline Moore was Nomsfown Coatesville . Q e eam S ac S ro er' Norristown Upper Darby This line of talent, always ready to dive in, was captained by Nomstown Abmgmn H Nancy Woehling. Other team members included: Jean Harkin, N . . l orristown Lower Merion Deane Horrocks, Marion Montgomery, Mary Rex, Anne Hoy, ' Betty Tyson, Adele Costello and Mildred Nester. Nomsmwn Haverford ' ' ln the initial meet, the mermaids bowed to a stalwart George School squad, but came back splendidly vanquishing Haverford High. Keeping up to par in the second meet, the water-nymphs headed for a marvelous season. Since the team is composed of sophomores and juniors, many will return next year to carry the colors for N. H. S., and should prove a formidable opponent for other mermaids. Every good team has behind it a leader who works tirelesslyg such a leader is Miss Hoffer. Sharing the responsibility of this team was our cooperative manager, Edithmae Hunsberger. FRONT ROWR3A57"53TSi2l1lZfE2'ifOEi2efl?g,lllZ'fl'JL'ili. l-5'i'S'Flff'li-l.4Xl"i'2C?Zf'H'2??Zf.E" Hoy' TOP TYSON EXH'B'TS PERFECT FORM Eighty-nine BASEBALL RESULTS-l 940 Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Norristown Won . . 6 Cheltenham . . . . l Haverford . . . . . . 2 Abington .... . . . O Lower Merion . . . 2 Cheltenham . . ..l3 V,F.M.A... .. 3 Haverford .. 3 V, F. M. A. .. . . 2 Upper Darby . . . . 5 Abington .... . . . 3 Lower Merion . . . 3 Upper Darby . . League Record Lost Won Lost 8 4 7 3 Baseball AMERlCA'S favorite game found little lacking at Norristown Senior High School, during the i939-40 season as our Eagles over- came all but three rivals to take second position in the league race. Our nine started the season in high spirits by winning their first game with Cheltenham, 6-2, but suffered three successive defeats by Haverford, 2-l , Abington, 5-2, and Lower Merion,l -O. In the following game, the Eagles regained their winning form as Cheltenham succumbed to their onslaught, 2-l, Valley Forge Military Academy, I3-3, and Haverford, 3-2, before the team lost its fourth and final tilt of the season to Valley Forge Military Academy, 3-5. From this point on, the Eagles were victorious. Upper Darby was downed in a very close clash 2-l 3 Abington was swamped 5-O, Lower Merion soundly trounced 3-l and the season closed with the Eagles' conquest over Upper Darby, 3-l. When the season's results had been tabulated the home nine nad won eight and dropped four in all games, ln the Philadelphia Suburban League their totals were seven won and three lost. Despite the loss, through graduation, of many outstanding players, including Joe Lord, who led the team in batting averages, Dick March, Jack Shainline, John Sylvester, Jim McCrogan and Bill Denner, the senior pitcher Charley lckes, and the senior catcher, Don Hench, the l94l edition of hard-hitting Eagles ex- pects to soar high to surpass all former scholastic records. Building the team around the only two veterans, pitcher Bill Benyish-who pitched the squad to a no hit game over Upper Darby in a Suburban League Contest and first baseman Bob Evans, Coach Harvey Fishburn hopes to form a winning club by adding members of Mr. Butler's l94O white squad to this nucleus. EVANS AT BATTINC PRACUCE TDP ROW: Mr. Fishburn, Tyler, Marinari, Houck. SECOND McCune Mitton lnterrante Piazza. FIRST ROW: Evans, Bacchi, DeSante. Ventura, Di Cicio. THE SPICE OF 1941 Ninety TOP ROW: Hamilton, Patterson, McDuffie, Vuotto, Catanzaro, Anders, Thomas, Cennone, Yearger, Hitchens, Ofwell. THIRD ROW: Rambo, Mobley, Rose, Rubert, Caramenico, Walls, Cantwell, C-ummer, Corley. Constable, Finley, Winterbottom, Krout, Kuller, Keenan, Interrante, Maggio. SECOND ROW: Roth, Creveling, Clisson, Settle, Cuardino F., Campbell, Livers, Daley, Moore, Moyer, Darden, Puleo, Bosler, Coyne, Lewis, Fazio, Ciccarelli. FIRST ROW: Marino, Brinkley, Key, Cettea, Nave, Cinanni, Cray, Guardino J. Track l94O FOUND Norristown High's larder of trophies well stocked, as our Eagle track team took all except one meet in its stride. The peak of the season was reached on May the first when the trackmen once more downed the perennial National Track Champions, West Catholic High of Philadelphia for the third successive year. But this meet was not their only reason for glory, tor the Eagles won the Suburban League, District One champion- ship for the sixth time in ten years, as well as running off with the Suburban League honors, also the sixth time in ten seasons. Chud Yetter, Don Bean, and Tom Walker were found to be the most consistent winners when the season's records were tallied. Through graduation, Coach Lewis' team lost two-thirds, or thirty, of its prospective points. The varsity lettermen who grad- uated were lvan Chantry, who ran the "lOO", "22O", and "44O", Paul Zummo, the mile runner, Joe Farra, who specialized in the hurdles, high and low, Tom Walker, performer in the high and low hurdles, high jump, broad jump, and pole vault, and Bud Wilmer, high jump, and Chud Yetter, our broad jumper and pole vaulter. Coach Lewis has only one-third of last year's team returning to this year's battles, but prospects are fair, since Campbell and Ted Moore, sprinters, Darden, the "44O" man, Cioine, "880", Lewis, the miler, Livers, on the hurdles, Settle, controlling the pole vault, Moyer, the shot putter, Daley, who puts the shot and throws the discus, and Puleo and Bosler, both javelin throwers. Thus we see that Norristown is again looking forward to as great a season as any preceding ones. Ninety-one AT THE CRACK OF THE GUN BOYS' TRACK RESULTS-I 940 Norristown ...lOO V. F. M. A. . , 2l Norristown . . . 83 V2 West Catholic . 23 D2 Norristown . . . 69 V2 Ambler ..... 37V2 Penn Relays Suburban Mile Championship .... Fourth Place Suburban 440 Relay Championship .Third Place American 440 Relay Championship .Fifth Place Boyertown Relays 440 Relay .................... First Place 880 Relay ...... . . .Second Place One Mile Relay ........ ..... S econd Place Ursinus lnterscholastics ...... Winner Class A Villanova lnterscholastics ....... Second Place District One lnterscholastics ....... First Place Suburban lnterscholastics . . .... First Place S DAN WHITE-EYES ON THE BALL BOYS' TENNIS RESULTS-l 940 Norristown . O Radnor .... Norristown . O Abington . . . Norristown . l Cheltenham . Norristown . O Hill School . Norristown . O Lower Merion Norristown . O Upper Darby. Norristown . O Lansdowne . . Won Lost O 7 BACK ROW: Mr. Brownback, Schuler, Kirk, Wood, Pearlstine. FIRST ROW Evans Pogue White, Sadden, Deitz. Boys' Tennis ALTHOUGH minus a home court and meeting often with defeat, the Norristown boys' tennis team swung through the l940 sea- son with admirable effort. Appropriating the boys' gym as a practice court, Coach Thomas Brownback molded a fine team for the seven meets, all necessarily away. The Eagles opened the season against Radnor where they fell by a 5-O score. Proceeding through the next three games, they suffered defeat at the hands of Abington, Lansdowne, and Hill School. The first singles match was won against Cheltenham, who, however, won the remaining four. Unable to shake the jinx, the local netmen closed the season with two more defeats, the results of the Lower Merion and Upper Darby matches. The i940 graduation left a three-man nucleus for this year's team, namely, Danny White, Lee Oberholtzer, and John Schuler. Seniors on the team were: Marvin Goldberg, Jack Marberger, Russell Pearson, Mike Reifsnyder, Paul Russo, and Preston Todd. Senior Lewis Granger efficiently managed the squad. THE SPICE OF 1941 Ninety-two Girls' Tennis SLIPPING the jinx of many dismal seasons, Coach Marion Earl's proteges proved their worth and outstanding ability by emerging from the l94O tennis season with seven matches of the total nine won, Resulting was a record previously unprecedented by Norristown High School. The girls skipped through the sched- ule with the ease of professionals, achieving victory after victory, until they were forced to bow to the Lower Merion Maroons, by a 2-3 loss. One of the many enigmas of tennis was Janet Middleton, number one singles, who played a high order of tennis, during the entire season. ln the category of important events was un- defeated Betty Anne Clayes, who showed lots of patience and played her best to win from Martha Benedict in a gruelling, two-hour contest at Lansdowne. Elinor Crawford was seeded third. The doubles troupe was composed of Boots Shupe, a com- petent racquet wielderg twinkle-toes Nancy Roberts, noted for her unorthodox swing, and Kitty Lou Oswald, who employed low, crosscourt drives. Two up-and-coming juniors, Maxine Car- lin and Jane Platt, alternated for playing positions. During the fall tournament, a fine array of talent was dis- played, with the result that several of the contestants have been encouraged to try for the varsity squad. Mazie Green, a member of the jayvee team, captured the title over Claire Platt, Facing a difficult schedule, the varsity is looking forward to a banner season on the clay courts. Veterans Janet Middleton, Betty Anne Clayes, Nancy Roberts, Kitty Lou Oswald, Maxine Carlin, and Jane Platt will furnish top-notch competition for all the teams on the card. Equipped with all the qualities that spell success, a brilliant future is predicted for the girls' tennis team. BACK ROW Coach Earl, Shaeff, Fisher, Green, Platt C., Shaw. FRONT ROW: Carlin, Roberts, Middleton Clayes Platt J. GIRLS' TENNIS RESULTS-l 940 Norristown Abington . . . Norristown Radnor ..... Norristown Lansdowne .. Norristown Berwyn .... Norristown Cheltenham . Norristown Coatesville .. Norristown Lower Merion Norristown Peirce Busi- ness School . Norristown Upper Darby . Won Lost 7 2 CLAYES AND MIDDLETON PRACTICING N i nety-th ree ..f X wk. ww W ,EA ww as we Q 'Qs .EW A , "TAD I Qw QQ' C, C94 RI Iiigvu N IRI . .wg wi' ihx A 'ik qi!-I fy' lf milyfki -1- As We Look Back LEPORE DRAWS A COUPLING TRI-CAPTAINS AND COA CH OF SWIMMING EVANS FOLLOWS THROUGH GREETINGS FROM V. F. M. A. ACROBATICS BY A GYM SQUAD LOVERS IN THE SENIOR PLAY ACTING CAPTAI THE FLAG N HEIDEL RAISES MEMORIES OF THE JUNIOR CIRCUS HEIDEL CARRIES THE PIGSKIN FAMILIAR FIGURE, MR. STAUFFENBERG LUNCHTIME FOR THE FACULTY WOEHLING BACKSTROKE . PARKE AND MOOREN ESSENTIAL PART SENIOR PLAY S OF THE THE DRUM MAJOR AND THE FLAG THROWERS HI-EYE COMES OFF THE PRESS SCHOOL'S OVE DAY R FOR ANOTHER TENSE MOMENT AT A B ASKET- BALL GAME NF 4, IIN!ihivV'f'?IfI ' Qf'T e Recall leasant M emories Y AND THE GIRLS' MISS DOWNE CHORUS C-ETTI - SUBRANNI, STOKES AND Mc C-AN IN THE ELECTRIC SHOP DARDEN ON THE WAY BENYISH THROWS A FOUL AFTER THE CIRCUS MR. LANDES IN THE PHYSICS LAB NSTRATES THE CARSON DEMO BREAST-STROKE FOREHAND DRIVE BY LOIVE ERLEADER RIC-HTLERQ SINC- CHE IT OUT HAWAIIAN C-IRLS OF THE CIRCUS EHEARSES WITH MR. MERK R THE CHOIR PLATT ON THE OFFENSE NORRISTOWN POLICE DEMON- STRATE FIRST AID FIRE DRILL-ASAFETY FIRST SALES' BOOSTERS FOR THE YEARBOOK MACIICIAN BOHN ENTERTAINS PLAYERS IN THE "DUGOUT" EW L. in in Ill I J T 19 .1 .'. X 'N . K , lun 4 'N iw '9- .3 1. 42 Pr: H N Prct f I . 2 SPIXCE ..-QA, f Q ,. Q f A T79 Wifi fl xr J x ..M- ,-.. A 5 T , J, wx 4 fb, ,ki V4 xx, . 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And ld School Days AFTER ASSEMBLY A THE HUNGRY FIVE OLD KING COLE THE COACHING MENTORS DIRECTOR ALLEN IN ACTION I I:O7 TO I2:45 BOSLER STROKES TO VICTORY SHAEFF GETTING HER LUNCH CLEMENS LEARNING A TRADE A GOAL FOR EVANS WATCHING THE MUSIC MAKERS MR. BONES OF N. H. S. SNOW-COVERED CAMPUS THE OFFICE MR. SOCKS ON THE JOB E DINNER GONG BACK-FLIP FOR CARSON T GAME "Friends of my youth, a last adieul haply some day we meet againg Yet ne'er the selfsame men shall meet: the years shall make us other men." THE SPICE OF 1941 Sir Richard Francis Burton One Hundred i "Let it rise! Let it rise, till it meet the sun in his comingg let the earliest light of the mcrning gild it, and the parting day linger and play on its summit." -Daniel Webster One Hundred One W We-'T fa .4 is Acknowledgements FOR ART WORK Sarah Lofman Norristown High School FOR PHOTOGRAPHY Julian Barnard William Moran Norristown High School Mr. H. K. Bussa Miss Frances Hubley Mr. Clarence D. 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Many members of the School Savings System establish such con- nections by transferring to a regular Savings Account, and their saving is intensified. The officers and staff members of this Trust Company will be glad to welcome you . . . and all offer congratulations and wishes for your great success. NORRISTOWN-EENN MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT ' I git, MEMBER FEDERAL INSURANCE CORPORATION 1' REsER'vE SYSTEM One Hundred Five yl:1wlY'- 'W 'fwv-r' "1 wr'-1 I-ww-'ure SIMPSCDN BRCDS. 204 West Marshall Street, NORRISTOWN, PA. ISEEDSfand FERTILIZERS, HAY, GRAIN and FEED Garden Tools, Poultry and Dairy Supplies D. RAE BCDYD Funeral Diremfor nga 7l8 SWEDE STREET NORRISTOWN, PA. PHONE NORR I STOWN l O72 FOR REAL FRESH RAW - PASTEURIZED and HOMOGENIZED MILK and CREAM QAKLAND FARMS FAIRVIEW VILLAGE MONTGOMERY COUNTY, PA. 111-IE SPICE OF 1941 S W9 X 'ov 0 Ji! ,X AQ Ill .VS r Ik sgfng xl 'V' . j y 5 XR l Tl1ere ls No OPEN Door To the Temple ol: SUCCESS Everyone who enters makes his own door which closes behind him to all others. There are no specific rules by which one may ascend the LADDER of SUCCESS "You can do whatever you think you can, lt's all in the way you view itg lt's all in the start that you make, young man, You must feel that you're going to do it," ln your FINANCIAL matters we will assist you wherever we can MONTGCMERY TRUST COMPANY "OVER FIFTY YEARS OF SERVICE" NORRISTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION One Hundred Seven CANDIES OF DISTINCTION 1921 194 Z VINICS PHARMACY H O R T O N I S DRUGS and PRESCRIPTIONS 837 DeKalb. Street, Corner Jacdby 327 DeKalb Street NORRISTOWN, PA. Graduate to BETTER VALUE---FINER STYLE-U TOPNOTCH APPEARANCE if you've never enjoyed the advantages of ADAMS CLOTHES, it's time you graduated to these standout ideas-these examplars of fit-fabric-fashion. suits SQQSO Topcoms HIIIIMS MAIN and SWEDE STREETS Open every evening until 9 F L O W E R S ANY Place ' Q Occasion 5 f' R' WILLIAM YEAOER GMO 538 DeKaIbiStreet Phone 5070 -THE SPICE OF 1941 A 1. -...uv -.1-gif.-5.1 'Lg-L,-mwurfu-. ,. .zrw-1 E E Compliments of Adam Sclweidt Brewing Company NORRISTOWN, PA. H E ' 'Le-ri Approved Pennsylvania Private Business School BUSINESS TRAINING h IZIIH. at forYoung Men and Women . 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