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

 - Class of 1952

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Administration ..,.....,............ 7 IV. Activities of the Superintendent Principal and Vice-Principal Honor Page Faculty ll Seniors Ofticers Sponsor Congress Senior Superlatlves Album Social Activities Ill Underclassmen Government Publications Music Library Various other activities Through the Courses V Athletics S ring a Winter Rernlnlsclng Farewell Advertisers OmCe"5 Sponsors Congress Whose kindness helps us and who in Home Rooms turn deserve our kindness Sports Typusts ,Ann DiNofrno lArthur Hunt .Virginia DlBattusta lNancy Hathaway Sembr Editors Photography Alsa Kung Faculty Lots Naylor Senior Data Jean Young . ' ...............,...,,..t.... 19 , . .................,......... 'IO9 . ' f P ' F ll ' -'-'--i--s4"'A-'----4 75 vl. ' ..t.,..........,.,....... 128 Editor-in-Chief .,.,.......... Vada Rittenhouse Copy .... ,.,.........,......... M ari Jordan pn, -1--.-.- I1-4 g,f f...... I v-, 1- 'v v v -.i -v 1 Las, -1,1 X Q 5 , , I L. xv -.4-. .-.,.-.- . r " 5 Z3 XS.. L X. 1 . -" K me ADMIN!! 7 R14 7 ION MW WWW leczfzzamq .... Superintendent of Scnools Ellwood A Genges we To the Members of the Class of 1952 Now more than ever before America needs young men and women who are prepared to work and sacrnflce In order to take the place of present leaders un business lndustry and the professions There are great opportunmes for those of you who are wxllmg to pay the pruce of success May l encourage each one of you to Improve your knowledge and skulls through study and appllcatlon Consaderable attentnon should be given to your character development as you approach maturity Our mdlvudual and natnonal security depends upon sumple flxed fundamentals Good moral character cannot mature unless at IS constructed upon a firm foundateon Be a dnlngent worker, be loyal to your country, honor your famnly, have fauth ID God and you wall make a much needed contrnbutuon to the American way of llfe Ellwood A Geiges, Superlntendent of Schools 8 0 . Dr. . .W ' : LV' f: f he 5 sg' Q 2 I , . :mis v , 1 Q W., ,, I ,W if f 2 , ,- X I I ' 0ar New Principal Lewis V Kost- Dear Seniors The goals one desires to achieve In life are to some Individuals not too easily won and yet to others are relatively easy Regardless of this as each of you proceeds from an attainment you become conscious ot newer opportunities beckoning you onward Allow those opportumtues you consider the best to chal lenge you and meet them with your sincerest eFfort always keel Have a goal always In sight so that your course will always be ahead Remember the words of Akbar a great Mongol Emperor I have lived a long time but I have yet to see a man lost on a straight road Many other sages and prudent forebears of yours have placed tn the records for your guidance other sample axioms which you know In whatever course ot life you pursue walk humbly before God and serve mankind ln this manner you will serve yourself the best lt is always up to youll Sincerely yours Lewis V Kost Pranctpal 9 Weigh your thoughts with plain ideals for ballast to keep you on an even 0ar New Vice Princwa Dorothy E. Berger Hndden behnnd a stack of college catalogues and C R cards an Room two us one of the best frlends a student ever had Whether lt be to help a confused sophomore wlth has schedule or to and a worrned sensor In choosing a career Mlss Berger no matter how busy always had tume to lend a few mmutes of wise advice After graduation from Norrvstown Hugh she attended Ursunus College where she malored In English Then she furthered her knowledge at Columbia Un: versuty and receuved her Master of Arts degree She first taught ln the English department at Ruttenhouse Junior Hugh then was promoted to Sensor Hugh School Here she taught Englush became the spon sor of Splce and of the Natsonal Honor Socuety and stull later Guldance Counselor for the school With the arrlval of the new prmclpal Lewns V Kost Mlss Berger was appointed Vice Prmclpal Needless to say Mass Berger enloys her new work and her new oppor tunntles 'IO 1 1 I . , ' I I . We Honor Miss Sophie Maclntyre Mass Maclntyre retires from active service In the Nornstown Schools this year She came to Norrustown as a member of the Home Economics department held the quality and efficiency of the cafeterlas to very hugh standards Now upon the completion of her thirty seven years in Norrlstown Schools we wish for her many pleasant and profitable years in the future ll and in 1930 became Director of Cafeterias. In this position she has raised and ADDISON J. ALLEN B.S., M.A. H, R. 7, English MISS AMANDA L. BELL B.S., M.A. H. R. 6, Home Economics MISS HELEN A. BOMBERGER Assistant Librarian MISS RHODA E. BOWERS A.B., B.S. Librarian Cur Faculty --at MRS. MILDRED E. ANDERS B.S., Ed. Health and Physical Education Cheerleaders, Hockey, Basket- ball, Tennis MISS DOROTHY E. BERGER A.B., A.M. Vice Principal and Counselor MRS. MARGUERITE BORZELLECA B.A. H.R. 36, Spanish 1, 2 MISS ESTHER R. BRIGHT B.A., M.A. H. R. 17, English Norristown Senior High WILFORD M. BUCHER, JR. B.S. H. R. 13, Wood Shop and Vo- cational Drawing MISS JOSEPHINE C. CLEMMER B.S., M.A. H. R. 41, U. S. History NICHOLAS T. DOLAS B.S. H. R. 16, Mafhematics and Science LAWSON S. EARL B.S., M.A. Physical Education, Tennis, X- Couniry WILLIAM E. BUTLER B.S., M.Ed. Machine Shop and Acting Direc for of Industrial Education STANLEY B. DIETRICH B.A., M.Ed. H. R. 1, Problems of Democracy Drivers Education, Drivers Train ing MISS BERTHA H. DUCKERS B.S. H. R. 5, English MISS EDYTH P. ESBENSHADE B.S., M.A. H. R. 56, Shorthand 1 ond Typ- ing 1, 2. MRS. MARY DOWNEY FLUCK P.S.M.C., B.S., Master Course in Vocal Music General Music, Music History and Appreciation, A Cappella Choir, Boys' and Girls' Choruses. MRS. KATHRYN H. GRAHAM B.A., M.A. Sarbonne Certificate H. R. 35, French 2, 3, 45 English 2. WAYNE F. HENRY Vocational Electric Shop ARTHUR L. HERR B.S. H. R. 57, Senior Science, Eco- nomics DAMON D. HOLTON B.S., M.Ed. Director of Music J. NORMAN FOSTER B.S. H. R. 14, Physics and Mechanical Drawing MISS MARY L. HENDERSON B.S., M.Ed. H. R. 59, Stenography 1, Typing I, 2 HARRY S. HERBERT B.S., M.A. H. R. 45, U. S. History ELMER C. HOFFMAN B.S., M.S. H. R. 63, Bookkeeping 'l, 2, 3. MISS ANNA HUNSBERGER B.S., M.S. Modern living MISS MARGARET E. KEISEN Bachelor of Fine Arts H. R. 34, Art RICHARD C. KISTLER A.B., M.S., M.A. H. R. 'l'l, English LEROY LEWIS B.S., M.Ed. Director of Physical Education Track, Swimming WILLIAM M. McCAIN B.S., M.A. Shop, Vocational Sheet Metal DR. MARY M. MANEVAL A.B., M.A., Ph.D. H. R. 30, Problems of Democracy EDWIN G, KEPHART B.A., M.S. General Mathematics, Advanced Arithmetic MISS MARGARET A. KREBS B.S. H. R. 29, Personal Typing and Typing 'I ROBERT W. LONG B.A., M.A. H. R. 38, German and Social Studies MISS SOPHIE MacINTYRE Director of Cafeteria LEON E. MA RTZ B.S. H. R. 37, Industrial Arts, Foot- ball, Baseball FRANKLIN E. MELICK B.S., M.A. H. R. 33, Plane Geometry, AI- gebra II JOHN J. PENNYPACKER B.S., M.S. H. R. 58, Economic Geography, Retail Selling MISS REBECCA W. PRICE B.A., M.A. H. R. 43, U. S. History, Speech HAROLD E. REINMILLER B.S., M.A. H. R. 3, English II, Industrial English, IV MISS MARION E. ROBINSON B.S. H. R. 61, Clerical Practice, Book- keeping l CHRIS PAPPAS B.S., M.A. H. R. 40, Commercial Law, Eco- nomics, Economic Geography S. ROBERT POLIS B.S., M.S. Health and Physical Education, Football, Basketball MRS. CORA M. RAMBO B.A. H. R. 39, World History, Latin MISS KATHARINE G. RINDLAUB B.A., Ed.M. H. R. 9, English ll, English in LEONARD K. ROTHERMEL B.A., M.A. H. R. 51, Algebra, Geometry, Arithmetic, Physics MRS. EDNA RUNDLE B.S., Ed.M. H. R. 63, Shorthand, Omce Prac- tice, Clerical Practice JOHN L. SCHULER B.A., M.A. H. R. 31, Algebra 2, Solid geom- etry, Trigonometry E. RAY SHANK M.S., B.S. H. R. 44, English 2, 3, 4, Reme- dial English WILLIAM J. SPANGLER B.A., M.A. Government, Sociology MRS. BLANCHE S. WENTZEL B.S. Health and Physical Education Hoclney HAROLD K. SCHEIRER B.S., M.S. H. R. 53, Biology DONALD W. SHAFFER B.S., A.M. H. R. 4, English ROBERT D. SMITH B.S. H. R. 49, Chemistry, Physics JOHN J. SWEENEY B.S. H. R. 46, English, Science, Mathe matics HARRY 5. WOLF B.S.. M.S. H. R. 55, Science, English Zim 5'ENl0R5 www ZAZCMW Mm r I 1 rx 1 R S 5 I E H 'a 5 ii 5 .N ,Vx E 4 ,fm A 5 2 2 'fi ' 5 K Y - N I X l 25' , i f 3 if D f .1 A x xi G . K C . i if 1 , f K ' Q .4- 2 f ' , 431 ,, , t f Lx X , F i 4 2 v,QQ-1 , n 3 x I my Q. My Afyk I I K aw, I ' 1 Z 9 1 Aw , i l l .fffaw" - H, ,,- W2-,,, Q O 1 ig 'Q ' wk 1. , , , 9 nv W... W., W ,, w' SF' 1, I in ,.,, F , li H' 'f if Q 1' fl'f'fi9'V71Z ! K3 11 -.V A2 ww E K in itz y iifigga , ! .5 ini!! C 3 g? A i , 2 Q Q W? A-f 2 ' V1 A'Ai,Q AAVA' Mi ' 5 4 2 W 5 .if Q 1, :ag ' f 9 9 M gil' 'Z ,' ,, 4 V' M i 2 Q 2,4 9 1' TV? ' Q -95 :f ,yy if 1 j Q I V Q 1 my Y? QA -'CN 7 Y x AS THE TEACHERS SEE THEM National Honor Society Seated Jean Young Mary Helen Hartlleb Marr Anne Jordan Dons Kilpatrick Maryann Brunner Vada Rrtten house Barbara Wagner Rose Certa Caroll Shaw Dorothy Cohen Standing Eluzabeth Jones Cassandra Rawn Frances Kremer As chosen by regular National Honor Society method March 1952 AS THE CLASS SEES THEM Cutstandlng Seniors Front Row Bull Boger George Ortlrp Charles Blockson Bob Butera Bob Roehm Bock Row Rosemarie Beatnce Patty Ames Bob Johnson Vada Rittenhouse Maryann Brunner As chosen by student electron, January 1952 21 I u Also 'King, George Kenworthy, Robert Johnson, 'David Brewer, .Arthur Hunt, Betty Beyerlihe, Mary Georges: , . I I fire Clas of 1952 of file Nom' fo wn Sen br H426 Scfzool Miriam E. Abney H. R. 4 Sr. Ploy Committee, Sr. Ban- quet Committee, H. R. Sec.- Treas. 3, Girls' Ensemble 2, 3. Frederic R. P. Alleva H. R. 3 Spungy Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Ban- quet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee, Baseball V. 'l, 2, 3, Basketball V. 'l, 2, 3, Cross Country V. 'l, Football V. 2, 3, H. R. V. Pres. l, Pres. 2, 3, Waiters Club 'l, 2, 3, "N" Club Pres. 3, Key Club 'I, 2, 3, Leaders Club 3, Hi-Y Club 3, Commencement Usher 2. Mariorie A. Ames H. R. 3 Patty Student Council Secretary 3, Student Court, Sr. Play Com- mittee, Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Commit- tee, A Cappella Choir 2, Sec. 3, Cheerleading l, 2, Capt. 3, Color Teams 1, 2, 3, Girls' En- semble l, 2, 3, Heilbronn Club 2, Sports Club Representative 2, H. R. Sec. 'l, 2. Nancy M. Anders H. R. 1 Student Council 2, 3, Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. From Committee, Color Teams 2, Creative Arts Club 3. Top Row-Above Nicholas H. Arena H. R. 3 Papa-Nicol Discussion Club 2, Dancing Club 2, Art Club l, Jr. Histor- ians Club 2, Intramural Sports. Bottom Row-Above Phyllis Ruth Baker H. R. 3 Tiny Red Cross Representative l, 2, Stamp Club l, Red Cross Club 'l, 2. Frederick Wayne Arnold H. R. 3 Gummy Jr. Assembly, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, Traffic Squad 1, 2, 3, Cross Country Mgr. 3, Ten- nis Mgr. 2. George Balzona H. R. 4 DoDo Baseball V. 1, 2, 3, Banking Representative 3, "N" Club V. Pres. 3, Traffic Squad 2. Shirley Jean Ashbridge H. R. 3 Dusty Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Ban- quet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee, Hi-Eye Lit- erary Staff l, 2, 3, Color Teams l, 2, 3, Banking Representative 1, 2, 3, Press Club l, Short- hand Speedsters 3. Paul J. Barrow H. R. 3 Wheel Sr. Play Committee, Jr. Prom Committee, H. R. V. Pres. l. Marie T. Baccke H. R. 3 Color Teams 2, 3, Girls' En- semble 2, 3. Howard E. Bateman H. R. 4 Bate Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Ban- quet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee, Band 'l, 2, 3, Traflic Squad 'l, Cross Coun- try .l. V. 3, Basketball Mgr. l, Banking Representative l, Waiters Club 'I, 2, 3, Boys' En- semble 'l, 2, Creative Arts Club 3, Hi-Y Club Treas. 3, Green House Club 2, Color Guard 3, Commencement Usher 2. Top Row-Above .Iohn Charles Bateman H. R. 4 Jack Sr. Play Committee, Jr. Prom Committee, Proiection Club 3, Vocational Society 3, Stage Crew l, 2, 3, Score board keeper 'l, 2, 3. Bottom Row-Above Merrill W. Beyer H. R. 4 Dad Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Ban- quet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee, Traffic Squad 'l, Cross Country J. V. 3, Tennis 2, 3, Banking Represen tative l, H. R. V. Pres. 2, Pres. 3, Hi-Y Club Pres. 3, Waiters Club l, 2, 3, Commencement Usher 2, Color Guard 3, Key Club l, 2, 3, "N" Club 3, Boys' Ensemble T, 2. Rosemarie Beatrice H. R. 3 Senior Class Secretary 2, 3, Soph. Congress, Student Court, Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Ban- quet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee, A Cap- pella Choir l, 2, 3, Cheerlead- ing T, 2, Color Teams I, 2, 3, H. R. V. Pres. 'l, Girls' En- semble T, 2, 3, Mask and Wig Club Sec. 2. Samuel I. Beyer H. R. 5 Band 1, 2, 3, Cross Country J. V. 3, Track J. V. 2, Jr. His- torians Club 2, Treas. 3. Otto E. Becker Eugene J. Bernstiel H. R. I6 H. R. 5 Sr. Play Committee, Stage Crew l, 2, 3. Elizabeth Beyerline H. R. 3 Betty Spice Representative l, 2, 3, H. R. V. Pres. 2, H. R. Sec. 3, Apollo Club l, 2, Jr. Historians Club 3, Heilbronn Club 2, 3. Vocational Society 3. Priscilla Lane Bingaman H. R. 3 Priss Student Council 3, Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Banquet Com. mittee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee, A Cappella Choir 3, Hockey Mgr. l, J. V. 2, 3, Color Teams 1, 2, Sports Club Representative 2, Leaders Club 2, 3, Girls' Ensemble 3, Apollo Club 1. J., 1' Q l ,iii ln N fi 8 .A xg Q 2 n Wa la Y Q ,4 1 .. 1 A ,gf 7 I 1, fp iffy .5 w 5vg'!'13'iw5,.H , ' '-w A ska' Top Row-Below Kathryn Brooks H. R. 4 Kay Color Teams l, 2, Girls' En- semble l, 2. Bottom Row-Below Maryann Brunner H. R. 5 Student Council Vice Pres- ident 3, Student Court, Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Banquet Com- mittee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee, Hi-Eye Literary Staff l, Jr. associate editor 2, Managing editor 3, A Cappella Choir l, 2, Treas. 3, Color Teams l, Basketball Mgr. 'l, Girls' Ensemble 1, 2, 3, Press Club 'l, Democracy Contest Finalist. Barbara Ann Brown H. R. 4 Barb Student Council 3, Sr. Ban- quet Committee, Jr. Prom Com- mittee, Color Teams l, 3, Bank- ing Representative 2, Heilbronn Club 2, Spanish Club 3, Asst. student director Sr. Play, Bul- letin Board 2, 3. Delores Bryan H. R. 5 Home Arts Club 3, Knitting Club l. Florence A. Brown H. R. 4 Dolly Soph. Congress, Jr. Congress, Sr. Congress, Color Teams l, 3, Knitting Club Treas. 2. Richard Buchenauer H. R. 7 Bucky Drawing Club 2. J. Robert Brown H. R. 7 Sam Jr. Assembly, A Cappella Choir, Track V. 'l, 2, 3, Boys' Ensemble 3, Key Club 2. Died February 3, 1952 Robert James Butera H. R. 7 Bob Class President 2, 3, Soph. Congress, Student Court, Sr. Play Cast, Jr, Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee, Basketball J. V. l, 2, V. 3, H. R. V. Pres. 2, Pres. 3, "N" Club 3, Leaders Club 3, Waiters Club 2, Key Club l, 2, Pres. 3. Top Row-Above Gladys Byrd Frances L. Calamia Herbert D. Campbell, Jr. H. R. 39 H. R. 5 Frannie H. R. 7 Herb Color Teams l, 2, 3. Red Cross Club 25 Shorthand Vocational Society 35 Projec- Bottom Row-Above Mary Cantello H. R. 5 Hockey J. V. 15 Hockey V. 2, 35 Color Teams 'l, 2, 35 Heil- bronn Club l. Speedsters V. Pres. 3. Marie J. Capperella H. R. 5 Cappy Library Staff lg Color Teams l, 25 Spice Representative 'l, 25 Red Cross Representative 25 H. R. Sec. 35 Library Sec. lj Knitting Club 25 Shorthand Speedsters 3. tion Club 3. Anthony Carbo H. R. 9 Track J. V. 'I5 Boys' semble 3. Tony En- Sara Campbell H. R. 5 Sr. Play Committee5 Sr. Ban- quet Committee5 Home Arts Club 35 Dramatics Club l. Rosareen M. Carclamone H. R. 5 Rose Sr. Banquet Committee5 Hi- Eye Representative l, 25 Sports Club Representative l, 2, 35 Shorthand Speedsters 35 Ger- man Club l. Top Row-Above Bessie Cardy H. R. 6 Sr. Banquet Committee, Pub- lications Business Staff 2, 3, Library Staff 1, 2, Sec. 3, Color Teams 1, 2, 3, Banking Representative 2, H. R. Treas. 2, Dancing Club 1. Bottom Row-Above Edward Cashmore H. R. 7 Ed Jr. Assembly, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, H. R. Treas. 1, 2, 3. Rose Grace Carfagno H. R. 5 Rosie Sr. Play Committee, Banking Representative 3, Knitting Club Pres. 1, 2, Heilbronn Club 1, Hi-Eye Typist 3. Rose M. Certa H. R. 5 Sr. Congress, Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee, Color Teams 2, Soph. Dramatics 1, Mask and Wig Club 3, Shorthand Speed- sters Sec. 3. Nancy E. Carlin H.R.6 Sr. Play Committee, Color Teams 1, 2, 3, Hi-Eye Repre- sentative 3, H. R. Treas. 2, Knitting Club 2, 3, Heilbronn Club Sec. 3, Dramatics Club 1, Hobby Club 1, 2. .loan l. Chase H. R. 6 Joanie Soph. Congress, Jr. Congress, Sr. Congress, Sr. Banquet Com- mittee, Jr. Prom Committee, Color Teams 1, 2, 3, Red Cross Representative 1, Knitting Club Treas. 2, 3, Soph. Drumatics 1, Heilbronn Club 3, Girls' En- semble 1, 2. Deborah Jane Carver H. R. 6 Debbie Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee, Publications Business Staff 1, 2, 3, Color Teams 1, 2, 3, Sports Club Representative 2, H. R. Sec. 2, Pres. 3, Knitting Club V. Pres. 2, Student Director Sr. Play. Francis J. Ciccarone H. R. 38 Chic Jr. Historians Club 2, lntra- mural Sports 2, 3. Top Row-Below Dorothy H. Cohen H. R. 6 Dottie Student Council 2, 35 Sr. Play Cast5 Jr. Assembly5 Jr. Prom Committee5 Hi-Eye Literary Staff 'l, Jr. Associate Editor 25 Sr. Associate Editor 35 Color Teams 'l, 2, 35 Press Club 'I5 Mask and Wig Club 25 Creative Arts Club 35 Sr. Banquet Co-Chair- man. Bottom Row-Below Florence P. Conard H. R. 'l'l Floss Sr. Play Committee5 Sr. Ban- quet Committee5 H. R. Sec. 35 Shorthand Speedsters 35 Apollo Club 25 Hielbronn Club 25 Soph- omore Dramatics 'l. Kenneth S. Collin Claude R. Collins, Jr. H. R. 9 Footsie H. R. 9 Student Council Treasurer 35 Vocational Society 3. Student Court, Sr. Banquet Committee5 Jr. Assembly5 Jr. Prom Committee5 Hi-Eye Liter- ary Staft l, 2, 35 Band l5 Spice Representative 25 Banking Rep- resentative 'I5 H. R. Pres. 2, 35 Waiters Club 2, 35 Key Club 2, 3. Edward R. Coughey Charles 0. Crawford H R 'll Ed H. R. 'I3 Charlie Color Teams 35 H. R. V. Pres. 35 Boys' Cooking Club l. Pete William F. Collins H. R. 33 Jr. Assembly5 Jr. Prom Com- mittee5 A Cappella Choir 2, 35 Boys' Ensemble 2, 3. Hugh William Crawford H. R. 11 Bill Soph. Congress5 Tram: Squad l, 2, Pres. 35 Color Teams 35 H. R. Pres. 3. Top Row-Below Victoria L. Crescente H. R. 7 Vickey Sr. Play Committee, A Cap- pella Choir l, 2, 3, Color Teams 3, Girls' Ensemble l, 2, 3, Hiel- bronn Club 2. Bottom Row-Below William L. Curry H. R. 'll Track V. 'l, 2, Vocational So- ciety 3. Joan A. Cressman H. R. 7 Jr. Congress: Student Council 3, Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Ban- quet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee, Hi-Eye Lit- erary Staff l, Jr. Associate Editor 2, Editor-in-Chief 3: A Cappella Choir l, 2, 3, Press Club Pres. l, Girls' Ensemble l, 2, 3, Times Herald Reporter 1, Spice Representative 'I, Hi- Eye Representative l, 2, Red Cross Representative l. Janet L. Cuthbert H. R. 7 Jan Sr. Congress, Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. Prom Commit- tee, A Cappella Choir 3, Color Teams 2, 3, H. R. Sec. 3, Girls' Ensemble l, 2, 3, Shorthand Speedsters 3. Hattie Culbreath H. R. 6 Sr. Play Committee, Hi-Eye Representative 3, Red Crass Representative 2, Press Club l, Red Cross Club 2, Home Arts Club 3. Vera K. D'Abbene H. R. 6 Vee Knitting Club l, 2, Heilbronn Club 3. Robert L. Curll H. R. 7 Curly Library StaR 3, Football J. V. l, 2, V. 3, Trccll J. V. l, V. 2, 3, H. R. V. Pres. 3, Sports Club l, "N" Club 3. Eldora Danforth H. R. 6 Peasa Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Ban- quet Commlttee, Red Cross Club 2, Home Arts Club 3, Spanish Club 3. Top Row-Above Lillia Mae Danforth H. R. 7 Nan Hi-Eye literary Staff 2, 3, Press Club l, Apollo Club 2. Bottom Row-Above Henrietta A. Davis H. R. 9 Skinny Jr. Prom Committee, Hi-Eye Literary Staff l, 2, 3, Color Teams 2, 3, Press Club 1, Apollo Club 2, Spanish Club 3. Rudolph Darden H. R. 13 Pluggy Rifle Squad 'l. Jacqueline Hart Davis H. R. 'll Jacque Sr. Congress, Sr. Play Com- mittee, Sr. Banquet Committee, Hi-Eye Literary StaH 'l, 2, 3, Spice Representative l, 2, Hi- Eye Representative 2, 3, Sports Club Representative 2, Jr. His- torians Club 3, Heilbronn Club 2, 3, German Club 'l, Apollo Club 2, Press Club 'l. Robert Westly Dasher H. R. 9 Bobby Football J. V. 1, V. 2, 3, Track J. V. 1, V. 2, 3, Color Teams 3, "N" Club 3, All Sports Club 2, 3. Jean Dellabuno H. R. 9 Delly Sr. Banquet Committee, Hi- Eye Representative 3, Apollo Club 2, Home Arts Club 3: Shorthand Speeclsters 3. Carroll Eugene Davis H. R. 9 H. R. Treas. 3. Antoinette M. Del Pizzo H. R. l'l Toni Jr. Congress, Student Coun- cil 3, Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Com- mittee, Hi-Eye Literary Staff 2, 3, Handbook Staff 1, Color Teams 2, 3, Sports Club Repre- sentative 'l, Apollo Club 2, Heil- bronn Club 2, Shorthand Speed- sters 3. Top Row-Above Marie Desimone, H. R. 9 Desie Student Council 'l, 2, 3, Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee, Color Teams 1, 2, 3, Red Cross Representa- tive 2, Spanish Club l, Short- hond Speedsters 3. Bottom Row-Above Kenneth I. DeWitt H. R. 'l3 Kenny Sr. Play Cast, Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Hi- Eye literary Staff 'l, 2, 3, Rifle Squad 1, 2, Press Club 'l, Mask and Wig Club 3, Oratorical Contest Winner 3, Democracy Contest Finalist 3. Doris E. Detwiler H. R. 60 Ducky Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Ban- quet Committee, Color Teams 'l, 2, Sports Club Representa- tive i, 2, Heilbronn Club 2, Shorthand Speedsters 3. Carmen J. DiBattista H. R. 9 Jr. Assembly, H. R. V. Pres. 3. William E. Detwiler H. R. 11 Bill Library Stat? 3, Hi-Eye Rep- resentative 3, Banking Repre- sentative 3, H. R. Treas. 3, Press Club 2, Spanish Club 3. Virginia M. DiBattista H. R. l3 Ginny Soph. Congress, Jr. Congress, Sr. Congress, Sr. Play Commit- tee, Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. Prom Committee, Publica- tions Business Staft 3: Color Teams l, 2, H. R. Pres. 3, Shorthand Speedsters V. Pres. 3, Spice Typist 3. Beverly Jean Dewhurst H. R. l Bev Soph. Congress, Jr. Congress, Sr. Congress, Sr. Play Com- mittee, Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. Prom Committee, Color Teams 2, Creative Arts Club 3. Daniel J. DiMarcella H. R. 'll Danny lntramural Sports 3. Top Row-Below Anne B. DiNofrio H. R. l4 Student Council I, 2, Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Banquet Com- mittee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee, Spice Literary Staff l, 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, Color Teams l, 2, 3, Spice Rep- resentative 'l, 2, Hi-Eye Rep- resentative 2, 3, H. R. Pres. 3, Red Cross Representative 1, H. R. V. Pres. l, 2, Girls' En- semble 3. Bottom Row-Below Ingeborg Mary L. Duerr H. R. I4 Inge Student Council 2, 3, Heil- bronn Club 2, Leaders Club 2, 3. Michael C. Dippolito H. R. 14 Mike Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Com- mittee, A Cappella Choir 'l, 2, 3, Football J. V. l, V. 2, 3, Boys' Ensemble l, 2, 3, "N" Club 3, Weight Lifting Club 2, Football Club 'l, Waiters Club 3. Wilmer F. Eagens, Jr. H. R. I6 rep Band l, 2, 3, Stamp Club 3. Q Edna Joyce Dixon Nancy Ann Dorman H. R. 'I4 H. R. T4 Nancy Spanish Club 3, Home Arts Club 3. William Nelson Easton H. R. 16 Willie Student Council 3, Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Banquet Com- mittee, Jr. Prom Committee, Track J. V. l, H. R. Pres. 2, Creative Arts Club 3, Jr. His' torians Club 2, Commencement Usher 2. Anne V. Ecker H. R. 14 Color Teams l, 2, Girls' En- semble l. Top Row-Below Minnie E. Edmond H. R. 14 Min Hi-Eye Literary Staff 1, 2, 3, Color Teams 1, 2, 3, Press Club 1, Jr. Historians Club 2, 3. Bottom Row-Below Virginia M. Evans H. R. 16 Ginny Soph. Congress, Jr. Congress, Sr. Congress, Sr. Play Cam- mittee, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, Color Teams 1, 2, Spanish Club 1, Girls' Ensemble 1, 2, 3. Etta N. Ehrenkranz H. R. 7 Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Ban- quet Committee, Sports Club Representative 3, Mask and Wig Cfub 2, Creative Arts Club 3. K. Jessie Farquhar H. R. 16 Jes Sr. Play Committee, Oil Painting Club 1, 2, 3. George G. Epright Victor R. Evangelist H. R. 11 Eppie H. R. 11 Vic Color Teams 3, Vocational Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Band 1, Society 3. 2, 3- John W. Fichter David Fiorillo H. R. 11 Johnny H. R. 13 Little Flower Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. Vocational Society 3. Prom Committee, Jr. Assembly, Cross Country V. 3, Color Teams 3, Commencement Usher 2. Top Row-Above Richard H. Firth E. Harry Fitzgerald H. R. 30 Rich H. R. 1 Fitz Dancing Club 2, Discussion Club 3, Cooking Club 1, Lead- ers Club 3. Bottom Row-Above Charles Franzone H. R. 13 Bucky Football J. V. 'l, V. 2, 3, Sports Club 1, Weight Lifting Club 2, "N" Club 3. Shirley Ann Frederick H. R. 16 Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Ban- quet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Color Teams 1, 2, Greenhouse Club 1, Heilbronn Club 2, Apollo Club 2, Home Arts Club 3, Shorthand Speedsters 3. Theresa J. Forgione H. R. 16 Tree Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Ban- quet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee, Hi-Eye Literary Staff 1, 2, 3, Library Staff 1, Color Teams 1, 2, 3, Press Club 1, Library Club 1, Dancing Club 2, Spice Repre- sentative 2. Donald E. Frith H. R. 31 Fish Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, Track V. 1, 2, 3, Swimming Club 1, 2. Harry Walter Fosbenner H. R. 13 Punkey Sr. Play Committee, Jr. As- sembly, Jr. Prom Committee, Baseball J. V. 1, Stage Club 2, 3. Dona lee Fulmer H. R. 16 Lee Sr. Play Committee, Jr. Prom Committee, Library Staff l, Color Teams 'l, 2, 3, Basketball Mgr. J. V. 1, 2, V. 3, Sports Club Representative 3, Library Club 1. Top Row-Above Marlene Dean Furlong H. R. 16 Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. Prom Committee, Color Teams 'l, 2, 3, Red Cross Representa- tive 2, Soph. Dramatics 'l, Dancing Club 2, Photography Club 3. Bottom Row-Above Patricia Ann Ganley H. R. 16 Pm Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Ban- quet Committee, Jr. Prom Com- mittee, Hi-Eye Literary Staff l, 2, 3, Library Staff 'l, Color Teams l, 2, 3, Hi-Eye Repre- sentative 2, H. R. Sec. 3, Press Club 'l, Library Club l, Danc- ing Club 2. Adolph R. Fusco H. R. T4 Fuzzy Soph. Congress, Jr. Congress, Sr. Congress, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee, A Cappella Choir 2, Pres. 3, Color Teams 3, H. R. Pres. 2, Boys' En- semble l, 2, 3, Art Metals Club l, Asst. Student Director Sr. Play, Commencement Usher 2. Catherine M. Gelet H. R. 29 Kate Jr. Historians Club 2, Short- hand Speedsters 3. Francis F. Fusco Dominic James Galanti H. R. 31 H. R. 'I6 Reds Vocational Society 3. Mary E. Georges H. R. 29 Meg Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Ban- quet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee, A Cap- pella Choir 1, 2, 3, Banking Representative 2, 3, Travel Club l, Girls' Ensemble l, 3, Home Arts Club 2, Mask and Wig Club 3. Proiection Club 2, 3, Voca- tional Society 3. Arlene Joan Georgetti H, R. 29 Af Soph. Congress, Jr. Congress, Sr. Congress, Sr. Play Commit- tee, Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. Prom Committee, Jr. As- sembly, Hi-Eye Literary Staff l, 2, 3: Hi-Eye Representative l, 2, 3, H. R. Pres. 3, Press Club 'l, Knitting Club 2, Dancing Club 2, Mask and Wig Club Pres. 3, Shorthand Speedsters 3. Top Row-Below A. Richard Gerber H. R. 16 Dick Student Council 25 Sr. Play Cast5 Sr. Banquet Committee5 Jr. Assembly5 Jr. Prom Commit- tee5 Band 'l, 2, 35 Basketball J. V. i, 25 Color Teams 35 Soph. Dramatics5 Key Club i, 2, Lieut. Gov. 35 "N" Club 35 Sports Club 'I5 Creative Arts Club 35 Waiters Club i, 25 Finalist Oratorical Contest 35 Democracy Contest Finalist 35 Color Guard 35 Head Usher Commencement 25 Schoolman's Award I. Bottom Row-Below Patricia A. Gough H. R. 29 Pot Sr. Banquet Committee5 H. R. Sec. 35 Travel Club 25 Short- hand Speedsters 3. Frances C. Giamo H. R. 29 Franny Student Council 25 H. R. V, Pres. i5 Knitting Club 'li Social Dancing Club 15 Shorthand Speedsters Sec. 'l. Jean A. Greger H. R. 30 Jeannie Color Teams 'l, 25 Red Cross Representative i5 Sports Club Representative 25 H. R. Sec. 25 Spanish Club 1. Nancy B. Gilinger H. R. 29 Sr. Play Committee5 Sr. Ban- quet Committee5 Jr. Prom Com- mittee5 Library Staff 25 Hockey Mgr. I, 2, 35 Sports Club Rep- resentative 35 Library Club 25 Dancing Club 'l. Robert Gresh H. R. 30 sob Jr. Prom Committee5 Foot- ball Mgr. 'l5 Baseball Mgr. 'I5 H. R. V. Pres. 2, Pres. 35 Oil Painting Club 35 Key Club 35 Jr. Historians Club. Mildred J. Glauner H. R. 9 Millie Soph. Congress5 Jr. Congress5 Sr. Congress5 Sr. Banquet Com- mittee5 Jr. Prom Committee5 Apollo Club 2. Bertha M. Hadrick H. R. 30 Ben Sr. Banquet Committee5 Color Teams 'l, 25 Spanish Club 3. Top Row-Below Francis John Haley H. R. 30 Sr. Play Committce, H. R. Treas. 2, V. Pres. 3, Vocational Society 3, Stage Club 'I, 2, 3. Bottom Row-Below Mary Helen Hartlieb H. R. 31 Student Council 2, Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Banquet Com- mittee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee, Publications Busi- ness Staff 'I, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, Color Teams 3, H. R. Pres. 3, Mask and Wig Club 2, Girls' Ensemble 2, Garden Club 3, Creative Arts Club 3. Elizabeth Ann Hallman H. R. T6 Betty Ann Sr. Play Committee, Color Teams 1, 2, 3, Banking Repre- sentative I, H. R. Treos. 1, Spanish Club l, Girls' Ensem- ble l, 2, Shorthand Speed- sters 3. Nancy Anne Hassinger H. R. 31 A Cappella Choir l, 2, Soph. Dramatics, Home Arts Club 2, 3. Carol Harris H. R. 30 Harr Soph. Congress, Jr. Congress, Sr. Congress, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee, A Cappella Choir 'l, 2, 3, Girls' Ensemble T, 2, 3, Mask and Wig Club 3. Nancy .lane Hathaway H. R. 31 Nun Soph. Congress, Jr. Congress, Sr. Congress, Sr. Play Commit- tee, Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Com- mittee, Spice Literary Staft 2, 3, Hockey Mgr. 'l, 2, Spice Repre- sentative 2, 3, H. R. Sec. 3, Travel Club 'l. Robert C. Harris H. R. 34 Bob Sr. Play Cast, Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee, A Cappella Choir 'l, 2, 3, Rifle Squad T, 2, Boys' Ensemble l, 2, 3, Sports Club Representative 3. James J. Hayes H. R. 35 Jim Publications Business Staff 'I, 2, 3, Creative Writing Club 3. Top Row-Above Francis Heller H. R. 33 Traffic Squad 3. Bottom Row-Above Lorraine Helen Hess H. R. 30 Little Bit Sr. Banquet Committee: As- sembly Committee l: Maior- ettes l: Color Teams l, 2, 3: H. R. Sec. 3: Home Arts Club Sec. 3: Soph. Dramatics: Dis- cussion Club 2. Madelyn Helman H. R. 33 Bubbles Soph. Congress: Jr. Congress: Sr. Congress: Jr. Assembly: Jr. Prom Committee: Hi-Eye Rep- resentative 2. David L. Heyser H. R. 36 Sr. Play Cast: Sr. Banquet Committee: Jr. Assembly: Jr. Prom Committee: A Cappella Choir 2, 3: Baseball J. V. 1, 2: Boys' Ensemble l, 2: H. R. Treas. 3: Mask and Wig Club 3: Jr. Historians Club 3: Wait- ers Club 2: Commencement Usher 2: Color Teams 3. Catherine Herbert H. R. 30 Kay Sr. Banquet Committee. Elaine E. Hille H. R. 30 Hille Sr. Banquet Committee: Jr. Assembly: Jr. Prom Commit- tee: Basketball J. V. l, 2, V. 3: Color Teams l, 2, 3: Hi-Eye Representative 3: Sports Club Representative 3: Soph. Dra- matics: Mask and Wig Club 2: Discussion Club l, 2: Home Arts Club Pres. 3. Evelyn louise Hertzler H. R. 33 Sr. Banquet Committee: Jr. Prom Committee: Library Staff l, 3: Red Cross Representative 2: library Club l: Photography Club 3. Jean A. Hittle H. R. 33 Sr. Play Committee: Sr. Ban- quet Committee: Jr. Prom Com- mittee: H. R. Sec. 3: Girls' Ensemble l, 2. Top Row-Above Joan H. Hoch H. R. 33 Girls' Ensemble 'l, Social Dancing Club 2. Bottom Row-Above Patricia Lee Hoffman H. R. 34 Pun Sr. Play Committee, Color Teams 2, 3, Sports Club Repre- sentative 3, H. R. Sec. 3, Ger- man Club Sec. lp Heilbronn Club 'l, Apollo Club 2. Patricia Ann Hoch H. R. 31 Patsy Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Ban- quet Committee, Library Staff 2, 3, Banking Representative 2, Red Cross Representative 2, Soph. Dramatics, Shorthand Speedsters Pres. 3. Robert W. Hoisington H. R. 59 Bob Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Commit' tee: Vocational Society 3. John Hoffer H. R. 33 Basketball J. V. l, Voca- tional Society 3, Proiection Club 3. Barbara Lee Horner H. R. 34 Lee Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee, Basketball J. V. l, 2, V. 3, Hockey V. 'l, 2, Captain 3, Color Teams l, 2, 3, H. R. Treas. 1, 2, Pres. 3, Leaders Club l, 2, 3, Girls Sports Club Pres. 3. Barbara Joan Hoffman H. R. 35 Barb Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Ban- quet Committee, Basketball J. V. l, 2, Color Teams l, 2, 3, Soph. Dramatics Sec., Home Arts Club 2. Arthur W. Hunt H. R. 63 Art Sr. Play Cast, Sr. Banquet Co-chairman, Jr. Prom Com- mittee, Spice Literary Stott 2, 3, Tennis 2, 3, H. R. Pres. 3, Intramural Sports 3. Top Row-Below Virginia Hurst H. R. 33 Ginny Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Ban- quet Committee, Jr. Prom Com- mittee, Heilbronn Club 3. Bottom Row-Below Marie E. Hynes H. R. 35 Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee, A Cappella Choir 3, Color Teams l, 2, 3, Soph. Dramatics, Girls' Ensemble 2, 3. Donald Edgar Huston H. R. 59 Don Sr. Play Committee, Voca- tional Society 3, Proiection Club 3. Thomas H. Hynes H. R. 59 Sizzle Sr. Banquet Committee, Cross Country J. V, 3, Football J. V. 2, Jr. Historians Club 2, V. Pres. 3. Joan Elaine Huston H. R. 33 Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Ban- quet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee, Publica- tions Business Stat? l, 2, Sports Club Representative 2, Treas. 3. Betty R. Indelicato H. R. 35 Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. Prom Committee, Color Teams l, 2, Soph. Dramatics, Home Arts Club 2. Gloria A. Huxley H. R. 35 Glo Jr. Prom Committee, Color Teams l, 2, 3, Girls' Ensemble 'I, 2, 3, Mask and Wig Club 3. Roseann Insull H. R. 37 Rosie Garden Club 3, Greenhouse Club 2, First place winner Flower and Hobby Show 2, 3. Top Row-Below James Irvin H. R. 39 Vocational Society 3. Bottom Row-Below Elizabeth Carol Jones H. R. 59 Betsy Soph. Congress5 Jr. Congress5 Sr. Congress5 Sr. Play Cast5 Sr. Banquet Committee5 Jr. Assem- bly5 Jr. Prom Committee5 As- sembly Committee5 A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 35 H. R. Pres. 25 Girls' Ensemble 1, 25 Heilbronn Club 25 Creative Arts Club 35 Democracy Contest Winner 35 Poetry Reading Contest Final- ist 35 Oratorical Contest Final- ist 3. Loretta Virginia Jefferies H. R. 34 Reddi Soph. Congress5 Jr. Congress5 Sr. Congressp Sr. Play Com- mittee5 Sr. Banquet Committee5 Jr. Prom Committee5 Color Teams 1, 2, 35 Spice Represen- tative 35 H. R. V. Pres. 35 Mask and Wig Club 3. Franklin W. Jones H. R. 38 Frank Student Council 35 Drafting Club 2. Robert Earl Johnson H. R. 35 Bob Class Treasurer 2, 35 Soph. Congress5 Student Court5 Sr. Play Committee5 Sr. Banquet Committee5 Jr. Assembly5 Jr. Prom Committee5 Swimming Mgr. 1, 25 H. R. V. Pres. 2, Pres. 35 Swimming Club 1, 25 Photography Club 35 Key Club 2, 3. Jacqueline C. Jones H. R. 35 Jackie Sr. Play Committee5 Sr. Ban- quet Committee5 Jr. Prom Committee5 Color Teams 1, 2, 35 Banking Representative 35 Red Cross Representative 25 Sports Club Representative 25 H. R. Sec. 35 Girls' Ensemble 15 Red Cross Club 25 Shorthand Speed- sters 3. Barbara Correll Jones H. R. 36 Sr. Play Committee5 Sr. Ban- quet Committee5 Basketball J. V. 1, V. 2, 35 Tennis 1, 25 Color Teams 1, 2, 35 Sports Club Representative 25 H. R. V. Pres. 35 Soph. Dramatic: Pres.5 Jr. Historians Club 25 Mask and Wig Club 3. Pearline Jones H. R. 41 Peanie Sr. Banquet Committee5 Jr. Assembly5 Jr. Prom Commit- tee5 Color Teams 1, 2, 35 Hi-Eye Representative 1, 25 Sports Club Representative 35 Home Arts Club 2. Top Row-Above Ronald E. Jones H. R. 35 Ronnie Jr. Prom Committee, Swim- ming l, 2, 3, Vocational So- ciety 3. Bottom Row-Above George F. Kenworthy, Jr. H. R. 39 Student Council 3: Jr. As- sembly, Jr. Prom Committee, Hi-Eye Literary Staff 3, Vaca- tional Society Pres. 3, Proiec- tion Club 3. Mari Anne Jordan H. R. 36 Mari Sr. Play Cast, Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee, Spice Literary Staft 'l, 2, Copy Editor 3, Color Teams 1, 2, 3, Spice Represen- tative 2, 3, H. R. V. Pres. 3, Creative Arts Club 3, Poetry Reading Contest Finalist 3, Or- atorical Contest Finalist 3. Daniel C. Keplinger H. R. 41 Kep Jr. Assembly, Sr. Banquet Committee, Banking Repre- sentative 3, Vocational Society 3. Frances M. Kane H. R. 9 Franny Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee, Oil Painting Club 2, 3. Robert Kerr H. R. 36 Bob Soph. Congress, Jr. Congress, Sr. Congress, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee, Football J. V. 2, V. 3, Intramural Sports 3, Key Club 'l, 2, 3, "N" Club Sec. 3. Shirley Joanne Kennedy H. R. 36 Shirl Sr. Banquet Committee, Spanish Club 2. Barbara Marie Kiemer H. R. 35 Babs Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. Assembly Committee, Hockey J. V. 1, 3, V. 2, Color Teams 'l, 2, Spice Representative 3, Hi-Eye Representative 2, 3: Oil Painting Club l. Top Row-Above Frances Anne Kiemer H. R. 36 Franie Student Council 35 Sr. Play Committee5 Sr. Banquet Com- mittee5 Jr. Assembly5 A Cap- pella Choir l, 2, 35 Orchestra l, 2, 35 Tennis 25 Color Teams l, 2, 35 Girls' Ensemble l5 South Eastern District Or- chestra 3. Bottom Row-Above Grace Anna King H. R. 38 Gracy Sr. Play Committee5 Sr. Ban- quet Committee5 Jr. Prom Com- mittee5 Color Teams l, 2, 35 Spice Representative l, 25 H. R. Treas. 2, 35 Knitting Club 'l, 2, 35 Shorthand Speedsters 35 Spanish Club V. Pres. 2. Doris M. Kilpatrick H. R. 35 Dodie Vice President of Class 2, 35 Student Court 35 Sr. Play Com- mittee5 Sr. Banquet Committee5 Jr. Assembly5 Jr. Prom Com- mittee5 Assembly Committee 'l5 A Cappella Choir 'l, 2, 35 Tennis l, 25 Color Teams l, 2, 35 H. R. Treas. 2, V. Pres. 35 Lead- ers Club 2, 35 Girls' Ensemble l. Patricia A. King H. R. 36 Pat Sr. Play Committee5 Sr. Ban- quet Committee5 Jr. Assembly5 Jr. Prom Committee5 A Cappella Choir 35 Handbook Staff5 Span- ish Club 25 Girls' Ensemble 2, 35 Mask and Wig Club 3. Richard Kinckner H. R. 39 Dick Basketball J. V. l5 Dancing Club 'l5 Sports Club 'l5 Key Club 3. Marie M. Kirkbricle H. R. 41 Soph. Congress5 Jr. Congress5 Sr. Congress5 Sr. Banquet Com- mittee5 Color Teams l, 35 Red Cross Representative 25 Heil- bronn Club 35 Garden Club 'l. Alsa C. King H, R. 43 Soph. Congress5 Jr. Congress5 Student Council5 Sr. Play Cast5 Sr. Banquet Committee5 Jr. Assembly5 Jr. Prom Committee5 Spice Literary Staff 'l, 2, 35 Assembly Committee5 Basket- ball J. V. 15 Color teams l, 25 Sports Club Representative l5 H. R. Sec. 2, 3. Willard E. Kleintop H. R. 39 Tiger Sr. Banquet Committee5 Jr. Prom Committee5 Vocational Society 3. Top Row-Below Janet Laraine Klotzbach H. R. 36 Sr. Banquet Committee. Bottom Row-Below Lois Arlene Kratz H. R. 36 Color Teams 1, 2, 3, Sports Club Representative 3, Heil- bronn Club 1, 2. Louise M. Koenig H. R. 59 Student Council 3, Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Banquet Com- mittee, Jr. Assembly: Color Teams 1, 2, 3, Spice Represen- tative 2, Red Cross Representa- tive 1, 2, H. R. Sec. 2, 3, Heil- bronn Club Treos. 2, 3, Garden Club 2, 3. Albert R. Kriebel H. R. 34 AI Student Council 3. Dolores Elaine Kohler H. R. 59 Dolly Sr. Play Ass. Dir., Sr. Ban- quet Committee, Jr. Prom Com- mittee, Soph. Dramatics, Heil- bronn Club Sec. 2, Mask and Wig Club 3, Democracy Con- test Runner-up 3, Poetry Read- ing Contest Finalist 3. Howard L. Kriebel H. R. 59 Hop Band 2, 3, Rifle Squad 2. Eugene S. Kratz H. R. 35 Gene Jr. Prom Committee, Projec- tion Club 3, Vocational So- ciety 3. L. Marie Kuntz H. R. 38 Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Ban- quet Committee, Jr. Prom Com- mittee, Knitting Club 1, 2, 3, Red Cross Club 2. Top Row-Below Louis C. F. Laghi H. R. 40 Monk Banking Representative 35 Vocational Society 35 Proiection Club5 Intramural Sports l, 3. Bottom Row-Below William C. Lemon H. R. 36 Bill Sr. Play Cast5 Sr. Banquet Cammittee5 Intramural Sports 35 Hi-Eye Representative 25 H. R. Pres. 35 Spanish Club Pres. 35 Waiters Club 1, 2. Shirley Laird H. R. 38 shifl Soph. Congress5 Jr. Con- gress5 Sr. Congress5 Sr. Play Cast5 Sr. Banquet Committee5 Jr. Assembly5 Jr. Prom Com- mittee5 Publications Business Staff 'l, 2, 35 A Cappella Choir 35 Hi-Eye Representative 2, 35 Girls' Ensemble l, 2, 3. Patricia Ann Leonard H. R. 38 Pat Sr. Play Committee5 Sr. Ban- quet Committee5 Handbook Staff l5 Red Cross Representa- tive 25 H. R. Sec. 35 Knitting Club 35 Red Cross Club 25 Handbook Staff. Carl G. Lore H. R. 35 Dutch Jr. Congress5 Sr. Congress5 Sr. Banquet Committeeg Cross Country J. V. 35 Intramural Sports 35 H. R. Treas. 35 Soph. Dramatics5 Waiters Club l5 Commencement Usher 2. Theresa M. Lepore H. R. 59 Tree Sr. Play Committee5 Sr. Ban- quet Committee5 Jr. Prom Com- mittee5 Basketball J. V. 2, V. 35 Color Teams 'l, 25 Soph. Dra- matics5 Shorthand Speedsters 3. Ronald F. Leister H. R, 40 Ron Jr. Assembly5 Publications Business Statt l, 2, 35 Library Staff l, 25 Basketball J. V. l, 25 H. R. V. Pres. 2, Pres. 35 Key Club l, 2, 35 Social Dancing Club l. Vivian Verdell Lindsey H. R. 38 Top Row-Above Arthur Anthony Linfante H. R. 59 Artie H. R. V. Pres. 2, Dramatic Club 'l, Mask and Wig Club 2, 3. Bottom Row-Above Nancy J. loux H. R. 39 Sr. Play Committee, Jr. As- sembly, Jr. Prom Committee, Color Teams 2, 3, Knitting Club 2, 3. Dalia J. Lombardi H. R. 39 Sr. Banquet Committee, Color Teams l, 2, 3, Banking Repree sentative 'l, 2, 3, Sports Club Representative 3, Soph. Dra- matics 'l, Mask and Wig Club 2, Shorthand Speedsters 3. Charles E. Ludwig H. R. 41 Student Council 3, Sr. Ban- quet Committee, Cross Country J. V. l, V. 2, 3, Track J. V. T, 2, V. 3: Vocational Society 3. Lewis David Loughlin H. R. 61 Jeanette E. McArdle H. R. .41 Sr. Banquet Committee, H. R. Sec. 3, Soph. Dramatics, Mask and Wig Club 2, Shorthand Speedsters 3. Liberty Loukidis H. R. 39 Jr. Assembly, A Cappella Choir 'l, 2, 3, Color Teams 3, Girls' Ensemble 'l, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2. Fred W. McCarty H, R. 40 Mack Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. Prom Committee, Cross Coun- try J. V. l, V. 2, 3, Track J. V. 3, "N" Club 3: Sports Club 'l, Leaders Club l, 2, Intramural Sports 3, Commencement Usher. Top Row-Above M. Jane McClure H. R. 59 Janie Student Council 2, Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Banquet Com- mittee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee, Basketball Girls J. V. 1, 2, Color Teams 'l, 2, 3, H. R. V. Pres. 'l, 2, Pres. 3, V. Pres. Sports Club 3. Bottom Row-Above Janet Marberger H. R. 40 Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Ban- quet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee, Hi-Eye Literary Staff I, 2, 3, Color Teams l, 2, H. R. Sec. 3, Press Club l, Girls' Ensemble l, 2, 3, Mask and Wig Club 3, Sr. Bulletin Board 2, 3, Democracy Contest Finalist 3. Geraldine A. MacCorkIe H. R. 40 Gerri Soph. Congress, Jr. Congress, Sr. Congress, Sr. Banquet Com- mittee, Mask and Wig Club 2, Jr. Historians Club 2, Creative Arts Club 3. Phyllis D. Marchese H. R. 51 Phil Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Ban- quet Committee, Red Cross Rep- resentative 'I, 2, Travel Club l, Knitting Club 2. Bentley McCoy Agnes McKay H. R. 40 Tim Jr. Assembly, Mask and Wig Club 2, Boys' Ensemble 1, In- tramural Sparts 3. Arlene Marconi H. R. 38 Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Ban- quet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee, Library Staff 2, Sports Club Represen- tative 3, H. R. V. Pres. 2, 3, Spanish Club 'l. H. R. 43 Margaret Marconi H. R. 39 Margie Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Ban- quet Committee, Jr. Prom Com- mittee, Jr. Assembly, Color Teams 1, 2, 3, Spice Represen- tative 2, Sports Club Repre- sentative 2, Sec. 3, H. R. V. Pres. 3, Spanish Club 'I. Top Row-Below Anna Mae M. Marinari H. R. 39 Anna Soph. Congress, Jr. Congress, Sr. Congress, Basketball J. V. 1, V. 2, 3, Hockey J. V. 'l, V. 2, 3, Color Teams l, 2, 3, H. R. Treas. 'l, 2, Pres. 3, Leaders Club 'l, 2, Capt. 3. Bottom Row-Below Pauline J. Martorana H. R. 40 Bae Sr. Play Committee, Color Teams l, 2, 3, Spice Represen- tative 3, Hi-Eye Representative, Red Cross Representative 'l, 2, Sports Club Representative 3, H. R. V. Pres. 3, Social Danc- ing Club 2, Soph. Dramatics, Heilbronn Club 3. Doris Markley H. R. 40 Winnie Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Ban- quet Committee, l.ibrary Staff I, Color Teams I, 2, 3, Cheer- leading Mgr. 'l, 2, 3, Jr. His- torians Club l, 2, 3. Charles L. Mason H. R. 40 Bear Football J. V. l, V. 2, 3, Track Mgr. l, 2, 3, Sports Club l, "N" Club 3, Intramural Sports 3. Elaine Marshman H. R. 40 Lainy Sr. Banquet Committee, .lr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee, A Cappella Choir l, 2, 3. Janet Mason H. R. 40 Mace Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Ban- quet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee, Hi-Eye Literary Stal? l, 2, 3, Color Teams 'l, 2, Press Club T, Jr. Historians Club 2. Russell James Martin H. R. 39 Russ Jr. Assembly, Traffic Squad 'l, 2, Swimming Team l, 2, 3, Color Teams l, 2, 3, "N" Club 3, Waiters Club 3. Nancy E. Matthews H. R. 41 Hi-Eye Representative 3, Knitting Club l, 2. Top Row-Below Mary Louise Meeh H. R. 39 Color Teams 2, 3, Jr. His- torians Club 2, 3. Bottom Row-Below Marlene May Miller H. R. 43 Mickey Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Ban- quet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Color Teams 'l, 2, 3, Sports Club Representative 2, Soph. Dramatics. Peter Melle H. R, Al Sr. Banquet Committee, Traf- fic Squad l, H. R. Pres. 3, leaders Club V. Pres. 3. Sandra Judith Miller H. R. 44 Sandy Girls' Ensemble l, 2, 3, Heilbronn Club 3, Red Cross Club 2. Donald Meoli H. R. 41 Jr. Assembly, Orchestra l, 2, Band l, 2, 3, H. R. V. Pres. 2. Marilyn Miner Vivian M. Milito H. R. 44 Viv Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Ban- quet Committee: Jr. Assembly: Jr. Prom Committee, Library Staft 2, Red Cross Representa- tive 'l, 2, 3, Sports Club Repre- sentative 2, 3, Spanish Club 'l. Martha T. Monastero H. R. 41 H. R. 38 Marty Sr. Banquet Committee, Danc- ing Club l, Knitting Club 3. Top Row-Above Vera M. Morabito H. R. 44 Student Council 3, Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Banquet Com- mittee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee, Hi-Eye Literary Staff 'l, 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 3, Color Teams l, 2, Banking Representative 1, 2, 3, Press Club V. Pres. 1, Girls' Ensem- ble T, 2, 3, Creative Arts Club 3, Times Herald Reporter 2, 3, Democracy Contest Finalist 3. Bottom Row-Above Jacob C. Muscanera H, R. 43 Jake Orchestra 2, 3, Band T, 2, 3, H. R. V. Pres. 2, Pres. 3, Soph. Dramatics, District Band 2, Valley Forge Area Band 2, Dis- trict Orchestra 3. Mary Ann Moulder Shirley Jean Moyer H. R. 43 H. R. 44 Shirl A Cappella Choir 2, 3, Girls' Ensemble l, 2, 3. Harry Muscarelli H. R. 43 Sr. Ploy Committee, Sr. Ban- quet Committee, Jr. Prom Com- mittee, Jr. Assembly, Baseball J. V. 'l, Cross Country J. V. 3, Boys' Ensemble 2, 3, Waiters Club T, 2. Sr. Play Committee, Publicaf tions Business Stott 1, 2, Bus. Mgr. 3, Library Stat? 3, Color Teams 'l, 2, H. R. Sec. 3, Short- hand Speedsters 3. Yvonne Myers H. R. 44 H Sr. Congress, Sr. Play Com- mittee, Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. Prom Committee, Color Teams 2, 3, H. R. Treas. 3: Knitting Club 1, 2. George Robert Mullen H. R. 43 Waiters Club 2. Dominick L. Nave Calor Teams l, 2, 3, Leaders Club 3, Boxing Club 3. . R. 44 Sonny Top Row-Above Lois M. Naylor H. R. 44 Sr. Play Cast, Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee, Spice Literary Staff l, 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 3, Tennis Mgr. 'l, 2, Southeast- ern District Chorus 3, Bulletin Board 2, 3. Bottom Row-Above John J. Nolan H. R. 44 Jack Football J. V, l, V. 2, 3, H. R. Tres. 2, V. Pres. 3, Vo- cational Society 3, Intramural Sports 2. Helen Neilson H. R. 44 John David Norman H. R. 44 Johnny Sr. Banquet Committee, Vo- cational Society 3, Projection Club 3. Peter G. Nemphos H. R. 44 Pete Trattic Squad 3. Paul R. O'DonnelI H. R. 45 Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. Prom Committee, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, Boys' Ensemble 'l, 2, 3, Junior Historians Club 2, South Eastern District Chorus 'l. Caryl Newitt H. R. 44 Carl Sr. Play Committee, Jr. As- sembly, Jr. Prom Committee, Stage Club l, V. Pres. 2, Pres. 3. Nils Arthur Ohlson H. R. 46 Niki Jr. Congress, Sr. Congress, Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. As- sembly, Jr. Prom Committee, Traffic Squad 3, Color Guard 3. Top Row-Below Henry lewis Oney H. R. 37 Hen Band I, 2, 3, Waiters Club l, 2, 3, Commencement Usher I, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3. Bottom Row-Below Richard Lee Ott H. R. 57 Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Com- mittee, Rifle Team I, 2, Ger- man Club 'l, Photography Club 3 Jeanette Delores Oney H. R. 44 Net Sr. Banquet Committee, Color Teams 2, 3, Spice Representa- tive 3, Hi-Eye Representative 2, 3, Apollo Club I, Girls' Ensemble 2, 3. Geraldine Paciello H. R. 45 Gerry Sr. Play Usher, Sr. Banquet Committee, Handbook Stott, Color Teams 'l, 2, 3, H. R. Sec. 3. Stephen G. Orosz H. R. 45 Ozzie Football J. V. I, Banking Representative 3, Mechanical Drawing Club 2, Sports Club 'l, Intramural Sports l, 2. Vienna Elaine Paschal H, R. 44 vien Jr. Assembly, Color Teams l. 2, 3, Soph. Dramatics, Heil- bronn Club V. Pres. 3. George H. Ortlip III H. R. 44 Soph. Congress, Jr. Congress, Student Council President 3, Student Court, Jr. Assembly, Jr, Prom Committee, Basketball J, V. 'l, V. 3, H. R. Pres. 2, 3, Key Club I, 2, Treas. 3, Color Guard, Intramural Sports. Dolores Pascucci H. R. 45 Day Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Color Teams I, 2, 3, Girls' Ensemble I, Dancing Club I, Shorthand Speedsters I. Top Row-Below Joan Rosalind Pealer H. R. 57 Student Council 3, Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Banquet Com- mittee, Color Teams l, 2, 3, Red Cross Representative 2, Red Cross Club 2, Heilbronn Club l, Shorthand Speedsters 3. Bottom Row-Below Gloria Marie Petaccio H. R. 57 Soph. Congress, Jr. Congress, Sr. Congress, A Cappela Choir 2, 3, Cheerleading l, 2, Color Teams l, 2, 3, Banking Repre- sentative 'l, H. R. Sec. 3, Girls' Ensemble l, 2, 3. Kathleen P. Pearson H. R. 45 Kuvch Student Council 2, V. Pres. 3, Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. Prom Commit- tee, Basketball J. V. 'l, 2, Hockey V. 'l, 2, Color Teams 2, Mgr. 3, Girls' Ensemble l, 2. Marie M. Petrollini H. R. 49 Per Student Council 3, Sr. Ban- quet Committee, Publications Business Staff 2, Color Teams l, 2, 3, Spice Representative 2, Hi-Eye Representative 2, H. R. V. Pres. 2, 3, Soph. Dramatics, Heilbronn Club 3. Dorothy Anne Peirce H. R. 57 Student Council 2, Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Banquet Com- mittee, Jr. Assembly, Color Teams l, 2, 3, Hi-Eye Repre- sentative 3, Red Cross Repre- sentative l, H. R. Treas. 3, Gar- den Club 2, 3, Heilbronn Club 2, Pres. 3. Leonard A. Pettine H. R. 39 Spike Trattic Squad 'l, Greenhouse Club Treas. l, 2, Photography Club l, Dancing Club l. William C. Pennock H. R. 44 Herb George Phillips H. R. 45 George Swimming 'l, 2, Track J. V. 2, H. R. Pres. 3, Swimming Club l, 2, Leaders Club 3. Top Row-Above Evelyn M. Picard H. R. 49 Ev Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Ban- quet Committee, Jr, Prom Com- mittee, Basketball J. V. l, 2, Color Teams 'l, 2, Sports Club Representative 'l, 2, 3, H. R. Sec. I, 2, 3, Spanish Club l, Mask and Wig Club 2, Short- hand Speedsters 3. Bottom Row-Above Ira N. Polk H. R. 49 Nate Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Orchestra 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Banking Representative 2, District Orchestra 3, Valley Forge Area Band 2, 3. lawrence C. Piccirilli H. R. 45 Pic Baseball J. V. l, 2, V. 3, H-Y Club l, Leaders Club 3, Color Guard in Band 3. Marlin Pressler H. R. 49 Mouse Patricia lee Piermarine H. R. 57 Pm Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. Prom Committee, Hi-Eye Liter- ary Staff 'l, 2, Color Teams l, 2, 3, H. R. Pres. 3, Knitting Club 2, Shorthand Speedsters 3, Vincent P. Pizzico H. R. 39 Pitts Football V. 1, 2, Sports Club 'l, Dancing Club l. Gray Price Nicholas M. Pupillo H. R. 5l Sid H. R. 51 Nick Student Council 3, Baseball Football J. V. l, V. 2, 3, Red .l. V. 'l, Projection Club 3, Vo- Cross Representative 3, Sports cational Society V. Pres. 3. Club 2. Top Row-Above Cassandra Frances Rawn H. R. 43 Sandy Sr. Congress, Sr. Play Cast, Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. As- sembly, Jr. Prom Committee, Hi-Eye Literary Staff l, 2, 3, Color Teams 'l, 2, 3, Press Club 1, Mask and Wig Club 2, Creative Arts Club 3. Bottom Row-Above Wm. H. Rice, Jr. H. R. 5l Will Sr. Play Cast, Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee, H. R. V. Pres. 3, Photography Club 3, Com- mencement Usher 2, Color Guard 3, Key Club Vice Pres. 2, 3. Ellis Reese, Jr. H. R. 5'l Reesey Banking Representative 'l, 2, Boys' Cooking Club Chair- man 'l. Thomas Edward Ritchie H. R. 51 Tommy Jr. Prom Committee, Voca- tional Society 3. Shirlee J. Reiff H. R. 49 Squig Sr. Banquet Committee, Handbook Staff, Color Teams 'l, 2, Garden Club 2, Creative Arts Club 3. Vada K. Rittenhouse H. R. 49 Soph. Congress, Jr. Congress, Sr. Congress, Student Court, Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee, Spice Literary Staff I, 2, Editor-in-Chief 3, Hockey J. V. 2, 3, Color Teams 1, 2, 3. Betty Lou Rhoads H. R. 49 Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Ban- quet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. From Committee, A Cap- pella Choir 3, Color Teams 2, 3, Home Arts Club 2, Girls' En- semble 3. Anthony Rivellini H. R. 43 Turpe Vocational Society 3. Top Row-Below Gene E. Roberts H. R. 5l Gene Sr. Play Committee5 Jr. Prom Committee5 A Cappella Choir 35 Color Teams l, 25 H. R. Sec. 35 Girls' Ensemble 'l, 2, 35 Shorthand Speedsters 3. Bottom Row-Below Francis Romano H. R. 51 Frank H. R. Pres. 35 Vocational So- ciety Sec. 35 Proiection Club 3. Ronald Rodenbaugh H. R. 53 Rodey Cross Country J. V. l, 2, V. 35 Track J. V. 'l, 25 Vocational Society 3. Victor Romano H. R. 53 Jr. Prom Committee5 Voca- tional Society 3. Robert R. Roehm, Jr. H. R. 39 Bob Student Court5 Sr. Play Cast5 Sr. Banquet Committee5 Jr. As- sembly5 Jr. Prom Committee5 Hi-Eye Literary Staff 2, 35 ln- tramural Sports 35 H. R. Treas. 35 Key Club 2, 35 Press Club 'ly Waiters Club 25 Discussion Club Sec. 25 Democracy Contest Fin- alist5 Editor Football Programs 35 Color Guard 35 Commence- ment Usher 25 Poetry Contest Winner 3. Theresa Roncase H. R. 53 Terry Sr. Play Committee5 Jr. As- sembly5 Color Teams 25 H. R. V. Pres. 2, Sec. 35 Knitting Club 15 Dancing Club 25 Short- hand Speedsters 3. Richard H. Rogers H. R. 53 Dick Sr. Play Committee5 Sr. Ban- quet Committee5 Stamp Club 2, 3. Sue Ross H. R. 53 Soph. Congress5 Jr. Congress5 Sr. Congress5 Sr. Play Commit- tee5 Sr. Banquet Committeey Jr. Assembly5 Jr. Prom Committee5 Color Teams l, 2, 35 H. R. V. Pres. 2, Pres. 35 Spanish Club 'I5 Mask and Wig Club 25 Short- hand Speedsters 3. Top Row-Below Frank Charles Russo H. R. 53 Reds Football J. V. I, Rifle Squad I, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3. Bottom Row-Below Charles Sandler H. R. 53 Chuck Student Council 3, Sr. Ban- quet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee, Cross Country J. V. I, 2, V. 3, Track J. V. I, 2, Jr. Historians Club 2, Pres. 3, Commencement Usher 2. Lillian T. Russo H. R. 49 Lil Sr. Play Committee, Color Teams I, 2, 3. William H. Sayers H. R. 40 Traffic Squad I, Baseball V. l, 2, Intramural Sports l, 3. Anna M. Sabella H. R. 49 Ann Sr. Play Committee, A. Cap- pella Choir I, Handbook Stalt, Color Teams I, 2, 3, Girls' En- semble I, 2, Shorthand Speed- sters 3. Roger J. Scanlan H. R. 1 Rog H. R. Pres. 2, Photography Club 3. JoAnne Salamone H. R. 55 Jo Sr. Play Committee, Color Teams I, Hi-Eye Representative 3, Travel Club 'l, Stamp Club 2. William R. Scheetz H. R. 53 Pete Jr. Assembly, Cross Coun- try J. V. 2, V. 3, "N" Club 3, Intramural Sports l, 2, 3. Top Row-Above Donald M. Schied H. R. 53 Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Traffic Squad 2, 3, Rifle Squad 'l, H. R. Pres. 2, Commencement Usher 2. Bottom Row-Above Salvatore G. Scoma H. R. 55 sal Soph. Congress, Jr. Congress, Sr. Congress, Sr. Banquet Com- mittee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee, Football J. V. 'I, V. 2, 3, Spice Representative 2, Banking Representative 3, H. R. V. Pres. 2, Varsity Club 1, Key Club 2, 3, "N" Club 3, Leaders Club 3, Weightlifting Club 2, Commencement Usher 2. Olga M. Schoettle H. R. 49 Og Sr. Play Committee, Jr. As- sembly, Jr. Prom Committee, Publications Business Staff 2, 3, Color Teams 1, 2, 3, Soph. Dramatics. Nancy Lou Seifert H. R. 53 Nance Sr. Banquet Committee, li- brary Stalif 2, Color Teams I, 2, Sports Club Representative 1, 2, 3, Library Club 2. Earl V. Schrack H. R. 55 Earl Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Ban- quet Committee, Jr. Prom Com- mittee, Basketball J. V. l, 2, V. 3, Boys' Cooking Club lp Leaders Club 3, "N" Club 3. Earl W. Shaffer H. R. 55 Sonny Boys' Cooking Club 1, So- cial Dancing Club 2, Leaders Club Pres. 3. Russell Sclafani H. R. 53 Jean Elizabeth Shainline H. R. 55 Jean Student Council l, 2, 3, Sr. Play Committee, Jr. Assembly, Cheerleading 3, H. R. Sec. 3, Red Cross Club 2, Heilbronn Club 1, Shorthand Speedster: 3. Top Row-Above Caroll Lee Shaw H. R. 51 Soph. Congress, Jr. Congress, Sr. Congress, Jr. Prom Com- mittee, Hi-Eye Literary Staff 2, 3, Color Teams 1, 2, 3, Press Club 1, Heilbronn Club 2, 3. Bottom Row-Above Kenneth H. Slater H. R. 55 Ken Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee, Orchestra 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, H. R. Sec. 2, Soph. Dramatics, Christmas Pageant Narrator 3, Poetry Reading Contest Finalist. Janet Lee Sibel H. R. 14 Jan Jr. Assembly, Color Teams 2, H. R. Sec. 3, Apollo Club 2. C. Wayne Smith H. R. sa Soph. Congress, Jr. Congress, Sr. Congress, Sr. Play Commit- tee, Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Com- mittee, Tennis 1, 2, 3, H. R. Treas. 3, Waiters Club 2, 3, Key Club 3, Intramural Sports 3. Chris E. Siegle H. R. 43 Sr. Play Committee, Jr. Prom Committee, Projection Club, Vocational Society 3. Herbert B. Smith H. R. 37 Ben Jr. Assembly, Trattic Squad 1, 2, Hi-Eye Representative 3, Banking Representative 1, 2, 3, Waiters Club 1, 2, 3. Mary Elizabeth Sinclair H. R. 55 Mary Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Ban- quet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee, Color Teams 1, 3, H. R. V. Pres. 2, Treas. 3, Travel Club 1, Apollo Club 1, Home Arts Club 3, Stamp Club Sec. 2. Jeanette E. Smith H. R. 55 Jean Dancing Club 1, Knitting Club 2. 5 1 .,vi:1"Z' M' V , . f A f f. ' 1- .4 V" vga., - 1 sg, . Q- ..,'f 2 ,f '19 ' j ' ,Q-4-fa.-"1 A , .fb ff' . ': X, 1 hy.-aff f+t'k l',32, uf' . Qi- L e. ' ' X , an-yn , ' j52l!f!i,L ' ' ' ' jg,g,, Q ic. Q, 1.1-7 -v , '-nf-' ,wg :',j'w.Q1, ' 'QQYJV .5 D5 1 .,. ' 'Q Top Row-Below Dorothy E. Steele H. R. 56 Dot Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Ban- quet Committee: Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee: Publica- tions Business Staff 2, Business Manager 3, Color Teams 'I, 2, 3, Spice Representative 2, 3, Banking Representative 2, 3: Soph. Dramatics V. Pres.y WIBG and WNAR Broadcasts 'l, 2, 3. Bottom Row-Below Patricia Strouse H. R. 53 Patty Hi-Eye Literary Staff 2, 35 Color Teams T, 2, 3. Marilyn Lee Steinbright H. R. 53 Sr. Banquet Committee: Color Teams 1, 2, 3, Spice Represen- tative 3, Banking Representa- tive 2g Oil Painting Club lg Heilbronn Club 25 Garden Club 2, Jr. Historians Club 3, Spanish Club 3. Robert P. Sundermier H. R. 58 Nancy Lou Stephens H. R. 53 Nance Jr. Assembly, H. R. Sec. 2, V. Pres. 3: Garden Club 'l, Pres. 2, 3, Flower and Hobby Show Finalist. Janet Ruth Swanson H. R. 56 Jan Social Dancing Club 2. Shirley Ann Stickeler H. R. 51 Girlie Sr. Banquet Committee, Press Club 3, Knitting Club 3. Isabelle Diane Taylor H. R. 56 Dee Dee Spanish Club 3. 92 .www HN , . ,WA , , ., I 1 , 54' ,, ? ' as , M, ,, A l N Us , v' Top Row-Above Isabel R. Undercumer H. R. 37 Izzy Sr. Play Committee5 Color Teams 1, 25 Garden Club 2, 3. Bottom Row-Above Louisa Volpe H. R. 61 Shorty Sr. Play Cammittee5 Color Teams 1, 2, 35 Hi-Eye Repre- sentative 35 Red Cross Repre- sentative 25 H. R. Sec. 35 Soph. Dramatics. Esther Vanlandeghem H. R. 37 Van Color Teams 1, 2, 35 Spice Representative 25 Red Cross Representative 25 H. R. Treas. 2, Sec. 35 Soph. Dramatics5 Greenhouse Club 2. Barbara Ann Wagner H. R. 63 Barb Student Council 2, 35 Sr. Play Cammittee5 Sr. Banquet Com- mittee5 Jr. Assembly5 Jr. Prom Cammittee5 Handbook StaH5 Color Teams 1, 2, 35 Sports Club Representative 15 H. R. V. Pres. 15 Creative Arts Club 35 Mask and Wig Club 25 Garden Club V. Pres. 2, 3. Betty Ann Vernacchio H. R. 37 Bei Soph. Congress5 Jr. Congress5 Sr. Congress5 Sr. Play Commit- tee5 Sr. Banquet Committee5 Jr. Assembly5 Jr. Prom Commit- tee5 A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 35 Library Staff 15 Color Teams I, 2, 35 Hi-Eye Representative 25 H. R. Sec. 1, Pres. 35 Girls' Ensemble 1, 2, 35 Hi-Eye Typist 3. Edith Walker H. R. 61 Edie Sr. Play Cammittee5 Color Teams 1, 2, 35 Red Cross Rep- resentative 15 H. R. Treas 35 Garden Club 15 Photography Club 3. Eleanor Marie Volpe H. R. 63 Soph. Congress5 Jr. Congress5 Sr. Congress5 Sr. Play Commit- tee5 Sr. Banquet Cammittee5 Jr. Assembly5 Jr. Prom Com- mittee5 Publications Business Staff 1, 2, 35 Handbook Staff Editor5 Color Teams 1, 2, 35 H. R. V. Pres. 3. Daniel J. Walters H. R. 61 Orchestra 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 35 Spice Representative 2. Top Row-Below Ralph G. Walters Gordon Lee Wanner H. R. 37 H. R. 44 Gordie Mechanical Drawing Club 2, H. R. V. Pres. 2, Oil Painting Photography Club 3. Bottom Row-Below Margery Ann Watson H. R. 63 Margi Sr. Play Committee, Jr. As- sembly, Publications Business Staff l, Color Teams l, 2, 3, Spice Representative 3, Hi-Eye Representative 3, Red Cross Representative l, Garden Club 2, 3. Club l, 2, 3. Elaine M. Wein H. R. 61 Sr. Play Committee, Jr. Prom Committee, Color Teams 1, 2, 3, H. R. V. Pres. 3, Shorthand Speedsters 3, Garden Club l, 2, 3. Betty Mae Washington H. R. 63 Bet Color Teams l, 2, 3, Soph. Dramatics, Jr, Historians Club l, Creative Arts Club l, Poetry Reading Contest Finalist. Lillian Wells H. R. 63 Baby Doll Basketball J. V. l, V. 2, Captain 3, Hockey J. V. 2, V. 3, Color Teams l, H. R. Sec. 2, 3, Soph. Dramatics, Leaders Club l, 2, 3. Joan E. Watson H. R. 61 Soph. Congress, Jr. Congress, Sr. Congress, Sr. Play Commit- tee, Jr. Prom Committee, Color Teams 1, 2, H. R. Pres. 3, Knitting Club 'lg Shorthand Speedsters Pres. 3. M. Louise White H. R. 60 Student Council 3, Sr. Play Committee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Committee, Color Teams l, 2, Heilbronn Club 2, Spanish Club 3. rap Row-Below Elayne Williams H. R. 6l Apollo Club 2. Bottom Row-Below Alice E. Worthington H. R. 60 Lainy Jr. Prom Committee, A Cap- pella Choir l, 3, Color Teams 2, Banking Representative 'l, 2, H. R. V. Pres. 2, Girls' En- semble I, 3, Shorthand Speed- sters 3. Shirley Ann Wilson H. R. 60 Shirley Sr. Play Committee, Jr. Prom Committee, Library Staff 3, Color Teams 'l, 2, Hi-Eye Rep- resentative 2, 3, Apollo Club 1, Shorthand Speedsters 3, Li- brary Club 3. Bernice Joan Wrick H. R. 61 Bernie Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. Prom Committee, Color Teams 2, 3, Banking Representative l, 2, Sports Club Representa- tive 3, Knitting Club l. Paul P. Wisler H. R. 58 Student Council 2, Sergeant- at-Arms 3, Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. As- sembly, Traffic Squad 2, Cross Country J. V. 2, Tennis 2, 3, Waiters Club 2, 3, Intramural Sports 3. Nancy J. Yocom H. R. 60 Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Ban- quet Committee, Jr. Prom Com- mittee, Hockey J. V. I, V. 2, Color Teams l, 2, 3, Heilbronn Club 3. Dorothy Ann Woodward H. R. 60 Dot Sr. Play Committee, Sr. Ban- quet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Garden Club 2, 3, Heilbronn Club 2, 3. Jean E. Young H. R. 60 Soph. Congress, Jr. Congress, Sr. Congress, Sr. Play Commit- tee, Sr. Banquet Committee, Jr. Assembly, Jr. Prom Com- mittee, Spice Literary Staff 'l, 2, 3, Color Teams I, 2, Spice Representative T, 2, 3, Sports Club Representative 1. Guefano A Zambella Louis Paul Zombella Charles W S Zlegenfus HR7 R HR3 zggy H v 3 Cb3 N N xxx FFJ Xx When our three yearfs course 1S ended an we leave n -I 67 . . 3 Guy H. . 37 Lew Zum . . 6 l Football J. V. l, V. 35 . R. Cross Country J. V. 2, . 35 Treos. 35 "N" Club 37 Leaders Buskelbull Mgr. lg Leaders Club p Boys' Chorus 1. lu . X X W L+ x w b u X W Ll' ' J XX I cl 0 T p I won't let you out of the house Right one? Set? F th I ft houlder, down the top of the left arm---" with these Director . . . Student Directors Sound Effects ,. Arthur Hunt ... Alsa King ..... Shirley Laird Cassandra Rawn Kenneth DeWitt Dorothy Cohen . Elizabeth Jones . William Lemon . David Heyser .. Robert Harris , . William Rice Lois Naylor .. Robert Butera . . Richard Gerber . Mari Jordan ... Robert Roehm .. Jeff Harris ,.... "You Directors Cheaper .. Miss Rebecca W. Price Cast 're iust a nasty Deborah Carver Barbara Brown Dolores Kohler . Adolph Fusco .. Mr. Gilbreth .. Mrs. Gilbreth Anne .. Ernestine ... Frank .. Lillian .. Martha ... Jackie Bill Dan Fred Mrs. Fitzgerald Larry ,.. Joe Scales .. Miss Brill .. Dr. Burton . .. The dog little cheat!" By the Dozen Senior Play The house lights dimmed, the curtain rose, and the cast of Cheaper by the Dozen was struck with momentary stage fright. But the eFfect soon wore off, and each amateur actor and actress became engrossed in putting everything into his own spe- cial act. The subtle humor of Papa Gilbreth kept the au- dience chuckling, and the clown-like antics of the irrepressible Joe Scales had them rolling in the aisles. The infamous "teddies" added to the comedy and, on the whole, the onlookers enjoyed an eve- ning of rollicking entertainment. The Gilbreth family land what a familyll had problems as any typical American family does, perhaps this is why the play is so close to our hearts. The little Gilbreths captivated everyone, and even Jeff, the "five-dollar" dog, completely enchanted the audience with his charm and ever wagging tail. Bill, with his inevitable peanut butter sand- wich and perfect sense of timing, stole several in- timate scenes from Anne and Larry, and Jackie, the rather diminutive mathematical genius, out- shone everyone as far as two-digit numbers go. ln every play, there must be a villain, and Miss Brill, the prissy school psychologist, lived up to the part supremely disgusting everyone. Red-haired Mama Gilbreth had the general run of the household quite in hand and the children thought she was the best boss ever. Even Papa, with all his labor saving devices and motion study efficiency, thought so too. When the curtain fell on the last performance, the cast gave a sigh, not of fatigue or relief, but rather of regret. Even the directors, though worn to a frazzle and on the verge of nervous breakdowns, admitted they were sorry it was over. Orchids were due to all, Miss Price, the student director, the cast, and the various committees and ushers. It was a lot of work, but everyone said it was fun! Cast-left to right: Robert Roehm, Lois Naylor, Richard Gerber, Mari Jordan, Alsa King. Seated: Arthur Hunt. Standing: Robert Butera, Shirley Laird, Sandra Rawn, Kenneth DeWitt, William Rice, David Heyser, Doro thy Cohen, William Lemon. Seated on Hoor: Elizabeth Jones, Jeff Harris, Robert Harris. S'airway to the stars. Junior Prom To the Juniors it was just as if a little bit of heav- en itself came floating down to the N.H.S. gym. Happy couples swayed to dreamy music and even the cardboard stars seemed to glow with radiant light. The celestial palace, atop the flights of paste- board stairs, offered a golden welcome to every- one. Two weeks before, the celestial palace looked like two scraps of wood, and the stairs hardly recogniz- able. A lot of work went into the decorations for "Stairway to the Stars," but no one seemed to mind the interminable hammering, sawing, pasting, and planning for the big night. And when the props The evening began formally . . . Refreshments under the real stars. were set up in the gym, things began to take shape: spun glass and tissue paper began to look like clouds, blue paper and mica Hakes took the form of stars, and even Wynken, Blynken, and Nod were there. When finally the night arrived, a long queue of couples shook hands in the reception line, Every one came, everyone was jovial, the world seemed to have stopped turning, just for the Juniors. But as the evening moved on it seemed to move faster: refreshments were served, the last dance was played, and the Junior Prom was just a memory, never-to-be forgotten. . . . ond continued jovially. Li lce to Remember Class Offlcers of 1952 Pres. ......... Sec. Vice-Pres. ....... Treas My Date for the Junior Prom My Date for the Sensor Banquet My Date for The Sensor Prom My Class Sponsor Student Councul Presrdenis My Home Room Officers Pres Vrce Pres Class Officers of 1953 Pres Vrce Pres Speclal Friends ec Treas ec Treas 1. .......... 2. . . ......... S . . ......... S . 71 The launching of a grand evening. "Will you look at that! Oh-h isn't it gorgeous!" And so the Senior Banquet was admired. A yearly caller in our midst, or more nearly correct, the Seniors' midst, old Senior Banquet was again dressed in his best bib and tucker and lived again among the dazzled seniors. Every year he thinks of some new fashion to wear and this year was no exception. Dressed up like a "Showboat", he sailed into our school and proceeded to make sure that everyone had a won- derful time. But before his arrival there was a lot of hard work, and many seniors wondered on Saturday afternoon if they would be able to dance at all or to enioy the food. Getting Mr. Banquet ready was a hard job but well worth it. Girls in beautiful frothy gowns and boys in handsome tux floated into a cafeteria that smelled as good as it looked, and after the food was gone, paraded on to the gym where music and decorations Senior Banquet blended into a beautiful kaleidoscope that spelled a marvelous time. Proud parents on the balcony peered through the ceiling decorations to look for their sons or daughters, and exchanged comments with their neighbors. Below, the couples danced on and on, laughing and talking, and here and there flashbulbs winked. When the time came for the charm dance, a little of the gaiety left the air and every senior took a quick look around as if to reassure himself that he was still a senior and that this was not the end of the fun at N.H.S. When the blue and silver charms lay winking in his palms each wondered if time always slipped by so fast. They were seniors, but only three months away from graduation! Could it be possible? From then on the dance was a little less noisy and the conversation a little more reminiscent. When the last dance came, everyone felt that one 44 . Q Q .,, g :P r ' 'L W ,,, 5 qw Y , f 'A K Y ff? 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Second Row: Paul Adams, John Cianci, lee Alexy, Robert Barlxsdale, Janet Baer, Mary Bennett, Edward Buchanan, Alvin Amato, Joseph Muche, Harry Alba. Top Row: William Berry, Clark Biehl, William Angstadt, Newell Allebach, Charles Ames, Robert Alleva, Sam Andrews. HOMEROOM 3 Bottom Row: Joseph Almeida, Judith Annas, Mary Andrews, Ann Marie Bean, Patricia Ahrens, Kleopha Alker, Betty Ahn, Yolanda Bucci, Anita Brown, Frank Batson. Second Row: James Rhoades, lan Ballard, Joseph Bray, Carl Bacchi, David Booz, Donald Buchanan, Richard Babb, Kent Campbell, Frank Barnes, Keith Arnold, John Bacchi. HOMEROOM 4 Bottom Row: Mary Ann Billetta, Antonette Arena, Ann Barbone, Theresa Barksdale, Louise Clary, Mildred Callahan, Kathleen Augustine, Barbara Baxter, Janice Angelo, Vivian Baird, Lettice Barker, Lucia Cantello, Suzanne Bouchelle. Sec- ond Row: Ronald Bowden, Fred Banks, Jefferson Boalmight, Donald Angelucci, Joseph Bolis, Vincent Bono, Harry Beide- man, Alexander Clark, Anthony Barone. Top Row: Joseph Amore, Larry Davies, Willie Blockson, William Biorseth. 78 HOMEROOM 5 Bottom Row: Fred Bressen, Catherine Carfagno, Rita Bend:r, Barbara Bracelin, Lorraine Capetola, Dawn Bechtel, Nancy Cook, Lenora Boaknight, Augustus Bruno. Second Row: Rocco Capo- bianco, George Batcheler, Daniel Daywalt, Robert Bronson, Watson Dewees, George Brown, Patrick Bradley, Rae Boyd. HOMEROOM 6 Bottom Row: Helen Bocknowicz, Helen Cassel, Shirley Cal- houn, Agnes Cottone, Carmelita Carfagno, Peggy Brasaemle, Jo-Nan Bulfamonte, Leona Bono, Frances Cotta. Top Row: Frannie Cantello, Caroline Bregler, Delores Christman, Delores Conseal. HOMEROOM 7 Bottom Row: Revo Clark, Janet Colegrove, Nadine Cameron, Ann Delaney, Connie Cross, Jane Casselberry, Gail Cornog, Ruth Brooks, Janet Christman, Doris Custer, Ruth Culbreath, Doris Brown. Second Row: Raymond Casey, Joseph Cantello Fred Bennett, Dominick Chiaravalloti, Thomas Decker, Abram Beswick, Michael Bono, W. John Campbell, John Clemmer, HOMEROOM 9 Bottom Row: Josephine DeBenny, Katherine DiMeglio, Janet Crawford, Joanne Callahan, Shirley Brown, Andrea DiBiaso, Mary Carmean, Joan Cummins, Shirley DeStefano, Joan Dearolf, Sarah Costanzo, Teresa Carfagno. Top Row: Alex- ander Collins, Charles Caperilla, Gerald Bono, Thomas Doug- lass, Richard Butera, Edward Hansell, Joseph Demeno, William Berardelli, Gerald Caracappa, Thomas Davis, Ronald Crooks. 79 HOMEROOM 1 1 Bottom Row: Sylvia Chale, Vivian Catagnus, Martha Carbo, Elizabeth DeMeno, Barbara Dugan, Ruth Chambers, Shirley Dettra, Carolyn Detwiler, Jane Collins, Barbara Duddy, Shirley Cole. Top Row: William Boyle, Joseph Detwiler, Howard Custer, Albert Dearolf, Charles Moftet, Chester Green, Melvyn Brown, Robert Dewees, Richard Dill, George Cagliola, Samuel Cres- cente. HOMEROOM I3 Bottom Row: Cathrine Cotteta, Joan Crawford, Doris Fill- man, Naomi Corley, Gladys Davis, Vera Fisher, Elaine Borg- stede, Joyce Eigelson, Mildred Forsyth, Elizabeth Elser, Ruth Emerson, Faith Flick, Jean Faulkner. Top Row: Gerald Dew' hurst, Larry Campman, Charles Faulkner, Richard Eicherly, Peter Camiel, Peter DelPizzo, John DiNofrio, Edwin Dierdorff, John Fishburn, Anthony Corbo, John Duliah. HOMEROOM 'I4 Bottom Row: Rose Di Nolfi, Wilda Franzke, Elizabeth Web- ster, Claudia Croll, Patsy Detwiler, Franny Dilworth, Bessie Frith, Amelia English, Molly Fusco, Patty Cressman, Barbara Fox. Second Row: David Foulke, John Capperella, Michael Gambone, William Edwards, Andre Clark, Gene Frick, Theo- dore Fontaine, Angelo Cane, Richard Caperilla, Ronald Evans, William Farrell. Top Row: Andrew Vishio, William Gadd, Vincent Carfagno. HOMEROOM 'I6 Bottom Row: Edward Casey, Gertrude Gelet, Kathleen Donahue, Willamae Danforth, Barbara Dixon, Sara Hemmig, Mildred Focht, Janet Geatens, Randy Garber, David Gard- ner. Second Row: Thomas Gleason, Stephen Catagnus, Ar- thur Giemont, Clyde Culbreath, Peter Costanza, Joseph Ginth- er, Charles Glanding, George Giemont, David Gey, Joseph Carfagno, James Gordon. 80 HOMEROOM 'I7 Bottom Row: Helen Given, Phyilis Elliott, Laura DePhilf lippo, Margaret Gelet, Antonette Genuardi, Martha Fosben- ner, Patricia Fry, Barbara Graham, Celeste DelBouno, Joy Glisson, Joan Gundlach, Joyce Gleanet, Shirley Eckert. Second Row: David Cipro, Richard Covata, Lee Haines, Donald Hans- berry, Doris Dasher, Ida Friedeborn, Dorothy Detwiler, Jack Rosenberg, Salvatore DiCicco, Raymond Hall, Richard Heeb- ner. Top Row: Walter Hengen, Augustus Gotsch, Harry Ca- tania, Robert Cauffman, James Detwiler, Tom Greaves, Royce Heebner, Richard Croll, Elmer Cornog. HOMEROOM 29 Bottom Row: John Donley, Ruth Fry, Nancy Hansell, Ernes' tine Hadrick, Nancy Hansberry, Mariorie Hare, Teresa Di Cicco, Antonette Di John, Janet Foulke, Sherry Fair, Frances Den' ner. Second Row: Elmer Hemming, Fred Curtis, Harvey Hittle, Eddie Culbreath, Anthony Morrioni, John Hill, Thomas Hop- per, Henry Di Pietro, Joe Cusumano, Elmer Himes. Top Row: Robert Heilman, William Delany, Robert Hinkle, Conrad Hoover. HOMEROOM 30 Bottom Row: Ronald Damiani. Daisy Mae Hill, Emilie Jack- son, Gertrude Hoy, Nancy Heimer, Margaret Dippolito, Joan Di Santo, Elaine Gazonas, Dorthea Friday, Lawrence Murray. Second Row: Calvin Jennings, Fred Culbreath, Paul De John, Charles Interrante, Willy Henely, Karl Eisenberger, George Hoffman, Edward Hunt, Lewis Jackson, Elbert Eckert, Gerald Jaggers, Oscar Johnson. HOMEROOM 31 Bottom Row: Edith Earl, Catherine Henley, Joan Getty, Josephine Genuardi, Joan Glanding, Katherine Greger, Stella Betleieski, Peggy Gauger, Mary Hunsicker, Joan Knerr, Mildred Gauger, Betty Lou Kenworthy, Frances lndellicato, Carol Jones. Second Row: Joseph Jalloway, William Katein, Robert Kuhnsman, Patrick Keenan, Allan Fenselau, Paul Koons, Joseph Engro, John Lare, Angelo Durante. Top Row: Richard Kalk- brenner, Larry Forman, William Knerr. 81 HOMEROOM 33 Bottom Row: Margaret Kratz, Jean Fiest, Carol Betlejeski, Joyce Jones, Dorothy Kurz, Sarah Henning, Marilyn Kriebel, Nora Kriebel, Evelyn Jowett, Lee Given, Patrica Brady. Sec- ond Row: Paul Dixon, Pat Frangiose, Lawrence Curren, John Leary, Joseph Frisco, Harry Leeson, Edwin Kehr, Michael Ferreri, Frank Koons, Richard Laub, Samuel Fozio, James Lemon. HOMEROOM 34 Bottom Row: Mary Ann Gagliano, Patricia George, Joyce Graham, Nancy Lanz, Joyce Lambert, Essie Lauman, Lillian Genova, Helen Lore, Betty Smith, Thelma Jones, Janet Kelley, Janet Frederick, Ruby Friday, Doris Jefferies. Top Row: Richard Lutz, Leonard Finnegan, Elgin Lenhardt, Salvatore Gallo, David Fryer, Raymond Griffith, Joseph Kuniewicz, Ronald Frame, Ray Markle, Wayne Loux, David Long, Alexander Fisher. HOMEROOM 35 Bottom Row: Fred Hadfield, Shirley Knoeller, Mary Hamil- ton, Frances Fitzhugh, Peggy Haines, Nancy Kuhnsman, Anne Lentz, Jean Lannutti, Jane Lawrence, Joseph Hallman. Top Row: Donald McCaughey, Gerald Loeb, Samuel Hall, Robert Luton, William Gordon, William Johnson. HOMEROOM 36 Bottom Row: Nancy Lilley, Elizabeth livergood, Nancy Huegel, Margerite Getty, Barbara Levering, Molly Loesch, Helayne Herbst, Eleanor Hoy, Betsy Levering, Frances La Verde, Evelyn Lenzi. Second Row: Hudson Hoagland, Robert Lawler, William Hassinger, John Heyser, Edward Hawes, Joseph Romito, Robert Moser, David Marvel, Benjamin lnter- rante, Austin Moyer, Gus Monastero, William Murphy. 82 HOMEROOM 37 Bottom Row: Patricia Lilley, Lorraine Logrip, Peggy Lob- nitz, Barbara Horrocks, Eleanor Hurley, Elaine Lock, Virginia Mancini, Teresa Lombardi, Teresa Malavolta, Shirley Jefferies. Second Row: Louis Nemphos, Fred Kiemer, Benjamin Peter- sohn, John Ncblit, Alfred Manning, Jerry Korn, Thomas Haley, Robert Paugh, George Hurchalla, Curtis Lindsey. HOMEROOM 38 Bottom Row: Mildred Keyser, Lena Marinello, Lois Jones, Charlotte Matthews, Bette Kirkpatrick, Nancy Jones, Rose- marie Marchese, Beverly Love, Barbara Lombardo, Marva Abney, Delores Lewis. Second Row: Leroy Principe, Charles Mandracchia, Robert Longo, Joseph Pigeon, Robert Hunt, James Holton, Charles McGoldrick, Thomas McGranahan, Paul Mc- Farland, Leroy Printz, John Paugh, Bruce Elfenbein. HOMEROOM 39 Bottom Row: Eleanor Mazzerle, Betsy Hill, Barbara McCloy, Dorothy Kennedy, Jean Karr, Janet Kulp, Anita Mincarelli, Elizabeth Leeson, Lena Minisci. Second Row: Kenneth Huxley, Robert McCann, Howard Reichert, Leroy Roseboro, John May, Earl Rittert, William Kelly. HOMEROOM 40 Bottom Row: Margaret Lenhart, Doris Melle, Frances Moore, Dorothy McMichael, Jeanette McMeekin, Phyllis Lepore, Susan Hill, Marie Moles, Dorothy Leftwich, Anna Marie Barone, Elenore Monteleone. Second Row: Richard Miles, Edward Scotti, Emesey Laslrey, Carl Seltzer, Robert McKay, Arthur McVaugh, Ernest Ruth, Albert Melfi, James Sayre, Ronald Jaggers. 83 Lf!! mawffgi Q K 1 . ,f if , 5 fy! , M., . mf. , , , . ,M 3 1 j, Z! i 1 , ,K -. VV . 5 4 n v ,V P ,f 5 ' f M. ,E Y if : Q Q f K :4 A ,A f. ' 1 gi. I 'P 3.46 F I, I 5" 2 ' eg 5 -...QQ 1 Nil? 4 43' Q ' , , v n ry Af 2 ,. Y' H ' X 'ig' K :gf 10,119 fi- 3 A K 5 Q ' 1 , 5 I, S Y M i f 5 : 1 . 5 ,wks un W. ffffzwd w as an , Ywznad n ln al a , A , H 1. + A .. , fl f- :Z 4' 1' Q 5 Y sw gf , V f, fi Qu 4, A, nv Q ' 'Q 5 Q L, , iyi 4 an J ff 3 ,- , ft, Y HOMEROOM 46 Bottom Row: Margaret Romano, Elizabeth McMonagle, Gilda Sanseverino, Evelyn Miller, Dorothy McCabe, Leah Lou Schnably, Lillian Scotti, Carol Montgomery, Seda Scoma, Ruth Miller, Sandra Sacks, Grace Russo. Second Row: David Thompson, Charles Profrock, Leon Olszewski, Joanne Rothermel, Carol Reinert, Ruth Petraitis, Lenore Reigner, Dorothy McCord, Marie Roughton, Peter Sabre, David Trucksess, Daniel Mowday. Top Row: Robert Peoples, James Maniscalco, Thomas Prestia, John Paker, Randall McDade, Richard MacKay, Nicholas Monacelli, James Moreland, Randolph Petersohn. HOMEROOM 49 Bottom Row: Kenneth Rodenbaugh, Richard Tyler, Marie Piazza, Joy Famous, Betty Shank, Cornelia Oberholtzer, Mary Schrack, Mary Pasquale, Conard Steele, Herbert Schmidt. Second Row: Joseph Pascale, James Rich, Arnold Rapoport, Albert Rogers, Anthony Piazza, Anthony Petaccio, Gilmur Tyson Ill. HOMEROOM 51 Bottom Row: Henrietta Prince, Joyce Raudenbush, Ceida Puleo, Catherine Ottinger, Nancy Silverwood, Wilhelmina Pilz, Dorothy Ottinger, Elva Shaner, Janet Rabuck, Barbara Smith. Second Row: Charles Rotay, Salvatore Picardi, Arthur Walker, George Undercuttler, Darrah Ribble, Paul Pisano, Walter Royle, Roy Smith, Charles Snyder. Top Row: Karl Schiele, Casper Puche, John Sewell, Donald Van Billiard. HOMEROOM 53 Bottom Row: Ida Jane Robbins, Antoinette Pupillo, Rosee marie Puleo, Betty Jane Plank, Evelyn Solomita, Rose Pascale, Edith Smith, Dale Rieger, Lorraine Sotak. Second Row: Robert Russell, Wilson Sims, Robert Rose, Michael Robbins, Joseph Sweeney, Ralph Rhodes. 85 HOMEROOM 55 Bottom Row: Barbara Rose, Janet Smith, Sandra Reese, Marjorie Hooley, Jean Staats, Joan Retzler, Mildred Ridge, Joan Stern, Marie Orsini, Gertrude Ruppe, Anna Ross, Anita Ruskin. Second Row: Robert Smith, Mark Weand, James Saylor, John Ronca, Joseph McHugh, Valentine Santillo, David Sandler, Carl Rich, Robert Wandress, David Testa, Richard Rogers. HOMEROOM 56 Bottom Row: Anna Salamone, Gabriel Sisca, Joan Roehner, Florence Schlesman, Nancy Lee Strouse, Mary Smith, Emily Swanson, Nancy Rodgers, Regina Righter, Ann Petriello, Carmella Salvo. Second Row: Donald Wertman, James Schultz, Michael West, Lawrence Tornetta, Horace Shaeff, Dante Sal- dutti, George Uriani, Salvatore Salamone, Robert Testa. Top Row: Bernard Weber, Stanley Weidman, Anthony Russo. HOMEROOM 57 Bottom Row: Jean Spence, Veronica Malovolta, Charlotte Neeld, Rebecca Lyles, Patricia Mullholland, Helen MacKay, Alma Anzulli, Elaine Slough, Dorothy Smyth, Katherine lud- wig, Mary Sweeney, Betty Smith, Louise Spinelli, Anna Maria Ochnich. Second Row: Kenneth Stem, Joseph Scaduto, William Smith, Edward Sauer, Frederick Smith, Christian Speaker, Bruce Moyer, Claude Snyder, Kenneth New, Anthony Pelatti, Patrick Manifesto, Perce Musselman. HOMEROOM 58 Bottom Row: Loretta Steffy, Patricia Stout, Antoinette Toma- selli, Lenore Zimmerling, Carolyn Sweeney, Jeanette Stiles, Ruth Ann Stanley, Lois Seaman, Etta Taylor, Arlene Sussman, Barbara Uhrich, Barbara Shirley, Patricia Smith. Second Row: Charles Spangler, Roy Smith, James Schonely, Herbert Shel- Iington, Stephen Smith, Albert Vivian, Joseph Simons. 86 HOMEROOM 59 Bottom Row: Mary Ann Tornetta, Loretta Limbario, Anna Mae Samsel, Shirley Trauger, Patricia Van Fossen, Betty Jane Weber, Doris White, Barbara Simmons, Mary Russo, Betty Jean Walker, Diane White, Mary Lou Wambold, Ruth Trankle. Second Row: Frank Vidia, Dale Unger, Marvin Thompson, John Whitton, Robert Wilding, Leroy Templeton, Alan Sobeck, Roger Snyder, John Sutton, Stanley Smith. HOMEROOM 60 Bottom Row: Sedo Zummo, Cynthia Williams, Rita Zinni, Nancy Watson, Ann Yealrel, Mae Young, Joan Vitabile, Carol Yocom, Dorothy Woodland, Ellen Wurtz. Second Row: Donald Zummo, David White, Herbert Woodland, Stephen Wolfron, Sylvester Williams, Thomas Zern, Albert Weidman, David Zehyer. Top Row: Alfonso Zummo, Barry Wood, Chester Wurtz, Walter Thomas, William Weaver, Frank Warburton. HOMEROOM 61 Bottom Row: Jean Valentine, Marion Williams, Marlene Wil- son, Joan Woodland, Judy Wisler, Roberta Wolfe, Barbara Sandler, Margarette Vuotto, Jeanette Trave, Suzanne Weaver. Second Row: Robert Wilson, Warren Wynn, Earl Yocum, Betty Strouse, Ruth Wolfe, Helen Wolfe, Sue Tyler, David Wells, Joe Venezia, Thomas Yeakle. Top Row: Alfred Wiedner, John Wan- ger, Virgilio Volpe, Anthony Yocovelli, Richard Zeller, George Weaver, Charles Walker. HOMEROOM 63 Bottom Row: Peter Valerio, William Tyson, Jean Williams, Nancy Wilson, Brenda Warin, Janet Wilmoth, Helen Singleton, Geraldine Sims, Richard Wentzel, Joseph Tuterice. Second Row: Leroy Uhrich, Bruce Wagner, Theo Paul Valiean, Richard Eb- bert, John Williams, Raymond Ebbert. 87 u-an-uv-1--ov Ill? T 1' .ft ,"..u,n ., -, ql , ,.fL,f, '14 1 :if T Q 5 fm w J .uiff WM. f4L'7lVl7lf5' ,ZZJLCMQZ ncecapefmizfm, mmf Z . , . Student Council Officers Both Semester: Standing: Brewer, Mr. Spangler, Sponsor, Ortlip. Seated: Collin, Pearson, Brunner, Ames, Boger. Alert and energetic members made our student council a success this year. They represented and were chosen by the student body. In the council the members were divided into different commit- tees, according to their own abilities and desires. Some of the committees for example were the Pub- licity, Social, Welfare, and Building and Grounds. One of the most astonishing proiects backed by council was the Four-Dance Plan. The students could attend four dances with orchestras at the mere cost of a quarter for each dance. The dates of these dances were scattered throughout the school year. Anyone who attended was sure to have a First Semester Student Council Student good time. The student council's Christmas program con- sisted chiefly of selecting a present for our sister school in Heilbronn, Germany. They finally decided that they would like to send an album of records which would be well-liked by the German students. Plans were also begun for our gift next Christmas. lt will be a movie of the entire school year at Nor- ristown High. This will give a small glimpse of the varied activities in which the students of our school can participate. Heilbronn sent Norristown High School several lovely hand made gifts for Christmas. These gifts Bottom Row: Pealer, Shainline, Knoeller, Koenig, Morobito, Petrollini, Anders, Cohen, Del Piuo, Giamo, Desimone. Middle Row: Malavolta, Wagner, Kiemer, Roehner, Bingaman, Brunner, King, Little, Cressmon, Genuardi, S oma, Duerr, Monteleone, Brown. Top Row: Fishburn, Sandler, Jones, Ken- worthy, De Cicco, Hoffman, Kriebel, Easton, Wisler, Walker, Price, Ludwig, Koons. Council were displayed in a trophy case in the office. One of the most attractive items was the Christmas tree. The ornaments were snowflakes cut from gold paper, little gilted boats made from walnut shells, and other handcarved obiects. They hung from the branches of the artificial tree which was also made by the students. On one side of the tree there was the nativity scene consisting of little figures carved from wood. The manger was made of tiny logs with bark and moss for a roof. At the end of the case there was a miniature stained glass, three part window done neatly in paper. To complete the gift three cards were sent to us, two from the students Second Semester Student Council Student Court Seated: Roehm, Beatrice, Brunner, Ames, Johnson. Standing: Kilpatrick, Buteva, Collin, Brewer. and one from the headmaster of Heilbronn. Amusing and difficult problems were discussed during the forty-five minutes that the student coun- cil met every Monday. Some of the questions brought to the council were, should there be more time between classes? How could council increase the school spirit? What should student council do about a parking ticket received by a member while on an errand for the council. These and many more were solved by council only through the coopera- tion of students and the able leadership of the officers, all under the guidance of Mr. William Spangler, sponsor. Bottom Row: Kiemer, Wagner, Bingaman, Cohen, King, White, Cressman, Koenig, Genuardi, Pealer, Shainline. Middle Row: Ehrenkranz, Knoeller, Morabito, Carfagno, Malavolta, Roehner, DelPizzo, Montleone, Petrollini, Brown, Anders, Giamo. Top Row: Fishburn, Kriebel, Ludwig, DeCicco, Jones, C Sandler, Roehm, D. Sandler, Brewer, Hunt, Rice, Wisler, Easton, Mona'elli, Walker, Koons. ' . , .. ,, ,V r- K -.wifi A 4" "File this Ready to Go!" was a rather familiar phrase to the Spice Literary Staff as they sweated through piles of proof reading in Room 13 after school. A few late passers-by might have heard anything from an operatic aria to an unknown tongue which faintly resembled Pennsylvania Dutch, but despite these obvious hindrances the work gradually got done. Editor-in-Chief Vada Rittenhouse could have used two or three more hands to keep track of the vari- ous copy, and if mind-reading were possible, her thoughts probably would have sounded like this: "Hmm, what innocent sophomore can l give this next write-up to?" Mr. Kephart, the staff polyglot as well as sponsor, was always handy to give ideas Spice Mr. Kephart and Vada really busy. for write-ups or, once in a while, to lend his typ- ing skill. The regular typists were neck-deep in copy-to-be-typed, without them the infamous Hunt Code could never have been deciphered. Also sharing in the work was the Business Staff led by Mr. Scheirer sponsor, Business Manager, Dot Steele and Circulation Manager Delores Conseol, They took care ofthe picture appointments, the od- vertisements, and the various odd iobs which mounted up. Through the combined efforts of both staffs, the year book was finally completed. And now it's yours-to enioy and to hold dear the memories of N.H.S. Bottom Row: Hengen, Campman, Rittenhouse, Collin, Roehm, Nelowet, MacKay, Eckert, DeWitt. Second Row: Lobnitz, Vernacchio, Giamo, Forgione, Georgetti, Ganley, Davis, Culbreoth, Cohen, Mason, Brunner, Mcrberger, Morabito, Ashbridge, Roberts, Sanseverino. Third Row: Logrip, Edmond, Danforth, Allen, Dixon, Davis, Schnably, Rown, Kulp, Bennett, Cross, Dilworth, Mincarelli, Chale, McCracken. Top Row: Scoma, Rieger, Volpe, Val- entine, Schoettle, Delany, Martorana, Carfagno, DelPiz1o, Sobeck, Cardy, Piermarine, Moyer, Conseal, Gazonas, Marsella, Shaw, White. Bottom Row: Henning, Brasaemle, Knoeller, Hamilton, Laird, Jordan, Stern, Young, Hathaway, DiNofrio, King, Forsyth, Krause, Kriebel, Bouchelle. Second Row: Jones, Smith, Yeokel, Naylor, Detwiler, Karr, Scotti, Carver, Alker, Bregler, Steele, Staots, Sussman, Arena, Conseal. Top Row: Elfen- bein, Eckert, Fishburn, Hunt, Wurtz, MacKay, Ginther, Santillo, Hemsing, Dierdorff, Silverwood, Casey. "Flash! N.H.S. defeats Allentown 60-58 in final minutes of game." Hot off the press came the up- to-the-minute news when it happened. Hi-Eye staff workers covered everything from the office "beat" to the big class and school alifairs. These assign- ments consisted of three types: news, sports, and features, including the widely read gossip column and Eminent Eagle. The poor unknown reporters who never received a pat on the back from readers rushed to Room ll every other Monday for assign- ments from the Editor's Boards. Under the capable editorship of Joan Cressman l"'l I - E y e Joan and Mr, Kistler planning. 93 these two dynamic pages of gossip, sports, and all round school activities were published in the in- terest of the student body, faculty, and Alumni of Norristown Senior High School. The faculty advisor, Mr. Kistler, was always "iohnny-on-the-spot" when any of the senior editors were in diFl'iculties. Senior editors and Mr. Kistler chose the editors for the following year from among the three junior asso- ciates and the Press Club. For the first time in quite a few years Hi-Eye went over the top of its goal of 1,000 subscribers, and we accepted that as a very comforting judgment of quality. Hi-Eye truly the "Eyes and Ears of N.H.S." Bottom Row: Dugan, Casselberry, Hill, Stickeler, Croll, Puleo, Malavolta, Anuzelli, Narducci. Top Row: Elfenbein, Rosenberg, lnterrante, Petersohn, Elsesser, Sayre, Hawes, Fox, Custer. PRESS CLUB The twenty sophomores who responded to Mr. Kistler's call for Hi-Eye reporters were all ears as they learned the "do's and don'ts" of assembling a school paper. The primary function of the Press Club was to acquaint the members with editing, proofing and news writing in general. At each session of the club an informal discussion was held, acquainting the members with proofing, editing, and news writing in general. The cub reporters learned to write every- thing from human interest stories to sports thrillers, always keeping in mind that brief, vivid write-ups were the choice tidbits of any good newspaper. Handbook Publications-Business Heads: Left to Right-Dorothy Steele, Shirley Moyer, Barbara Sobeck, Delores Conseal. Standing-Mr. Scheirer. HANDBOOK The handbook, one of the most valuable things in our school, is printed every other year especially tor sophomores, and aids them tremendously in finding what they want and in telling them where they want to go. The staff, under the direction of Miss Duckers, was as usual, made up of sophomores only, this yeor's editor-in-chief being Judy Wisler. This neat, attractive, little book was really a for- tune of facts and a wealth of information and an- swered many questions for all of us. HANDBOOK STAFF: ln circle-Carfagno, Bultamonte, Raysor, McCIoy, Ahrens, Cooke, Murphy, Wisler, Editor, Andrews, Knerr. At desk-Miss Duckers. , , I 1 i 5 , 1 J, , i 4 ' A ,V b f 'F ' , 1 7, ii f 3 Y-V I' V' 4, gi 'xv sg if' A, 1 V 1 s 'zt K " A 4 1 W? Q ?'?efil as vt ' it 3 gf Az it 6' 5 E W 9 ,,-A H Z , 0 , ,M .I N ,ff kv f ., 1 f ' 1 , W 1 W- -"1 ' nge: U-12' 5' , 1' 1 i , 5 E 6 , ' x 1' .2 , xii!!! ' Qc my we-0' h. a . vw x fr , Scif N- ffffiiifr . i?2fQ?KiQI3 ' ..5,'fz5ggiL:'a.. . if env! Q Wg' Q. ff? ' if ' + Gif 3 K 5 4 Q A , ..."e' Wsf 'f L V W 5 ' ' . I f " ., ,f f Y , . . , ' 4 L ' 2 51 ' - X " f f " ., W ix- WG ! we if , sf Q v , -.kh g f G. 4 ' " '5' ' 1 ,. . ' . , , N, .L V A " -G uf f , , - gr x 'H I ,Sign Q wx ., . NSN 4 SCHOOL DAZE School Started September 5 Groans' Summer seemed only three days long' Student Councnl Get Acquamted Dance-October 6 The Sophs won the 55 O0 as usual the Sensors and Junuors knew each other too well Jumor Rang Sale-October At last a rung of my own at least untll I trade at for another Jumor Sales-October Candy candy candy and then some Chrnstmas cards Money money money' Flrst Report Cards-October 26 Do we have to look' Oh gosh' Do we have to take It home? Hn Eye Drnvc+October A few people lust arent unterested Semor Play-November 2 3 Redheads real comedy and a dog' Vocatlonal Barn Dance-November 10 Wagon wheels dungarees and fun Student Councll Drlve for Bug Four Dances-Nov dont know a bargann when they see It Thanksgnvmg Game-November 22 Chrysanthemums fur coats Poor Brudgepor' Holndays-November 22 23 Turkey and all the trlmmtngs Report Cards agaln December 7 At least they came out after Thanksguvung Student Councnl Dance-December 9 Snowflakes okay' Jumor Class Officers--December Leaders for future events and oh how we need them' Chrlstmas Pageant December 12 13 Good as usual lust a lnttle organ trouble Macbeth and Hamlet If at were done Stormy weather and traffic tue ups Work after school Fmally Chrlstmas holidays-Dec 19 Jan 2 Turkey presents bulls partles and all round un New Years Eve To each hns own memorues 1952' January 3 Back to N H S Oh' Dad we study that? Basketball IS under way Hugh hopes Student Council Dance-January 12 Twelfth night ball a lnttle far fetched but really loads of fun Student Council Second Semester Officers-Jan 17 New faces and new Ideas a change us good for everyone Jumor Assembly January 31 Very mce oh those Parneslennes and Hawau sans' A real Umted Natnons Reports-February 1 Oh those holldays' Student Councll Dance-February 9 Run boys Sadie Hawkm s after ye' Semor Banquet February 16 Ram but who cares about ram? Sughs what a wonderful wonderful time Report Cards-March 14 Oh well' Semor Assembly March 27 What a knck llne Easter Holiday Aprll 7 14 Cheers' Aprll Showers Dance-Aprll 19 Boys start runmng agann nts leap year Student Councul Dance-Aprnl 26 The last one and the best one Sprung Music and Art Festival May 8 The mamas and papas enloy It Report Cards-May 9 Next to the last Semor Prom May 10 Another bug one for the memory book Jumor Prom May 17 Candy Land Class Days-June 5 6 New and dnfferent thus year Baccalaureate Servlce-June 8 Commencement Exerc:se?J une 9 Some are glad Some are sad Some have mnxed feelungs End of School June 20 Whoopee' I I l 1 s Q 1 I I . u s Q u I . ' . . , . , . - , . I 1 l n n I I ' , . , . I I ' , . Four for 51.00 and an orchestra too, some people ll - - ff. , . . ' - D L . 1 . ' 4 w 1: 1 , . . - I l - 1. . ' ll ll H - ll ' I I . I . I 1 . f . ' . I 96 CAFETERIA "Whoops! Here I am again at the end of the line! Someday, lust once, maybe l'll be at the beginning of it." This was a familiar cry of many who always seemed to find themselves at the end of the line. Then, there were those who al- ways managed to leave their books on top of the tables and often found them headed for the nearest trashcan in the hands of the teacher in charge. Our modern cafeteria was run very efficiently under the direction of Miss Sophie Maclntyre. Her planning always resulted in delicious meals with high nutritious value behind them too. The variety of food the student could purchase ranged from sandwiches to a full platter. Then there were all sorts of appetizing desserts which were too good to resist. ln the back of our cafeteria was a snack count- er for those who wished to buy only milk, candy, or sandwiches. Fourth period, the lunch period, is divided into three shifts of twenty-five minutes. Each of these was so eagerly awaited by those involved that Mr. Reinmiller was willing to swear that he got another grey hair from his hall traffic job. But once inside the doors and served, we re- laxed and chatted with our friends. At Right, To a salad and a dream. Third: p That leon and hungry look. Second: A f Oh d g h t he said to -an ueSS w a me?" Bottom' How about 500C for the banker? ull tray o BANKING loo 7 0 l37f aa! -ii T05 ' 0 237152- I-gg .Leg ,.,, 7.: -- 90 ago R340 -210 ao isps ...Si 100 ff fsa 2365 310 'p'7"5g' V732 gi ..Q.-i I5 QL 61330 ff: '-'fe ...M ' 7 A I5 'iii nf? 2.-gg 112. ff: f-142 A W5 'gqf 1300 35 ...,2,5Q-on-G4n6Z'40rn-e641 750 1375 -fig A Cappella Bottom Row: Ochnich, Cuthbert, Crescente, Beatrice, Getty, Woodland, Second Row: Petaccio, Fox, Detwiler, Brooks, Harris, C,, Jones, Third Row: Tomasello, Lenzi, Horrocks, Rodgers, Marshman, Ughes, Fourth Row: Marabita, Kilpatrick, Moulder, Kiemer, Roberts, DiNofrio, Top Row: Royle, Harris, R., Weber, Wagner, CauHman, Smith, S. K., Bronson, Morione, Smith, S. L., Hoover, Fusco, Collins, First sopranos, second sopranos, altos, tenors, basses, every member was classified into his own category at the beginning of the school year. Then the practicing began! Mrs. Fluck, Director. An exchange assembly with Lower Merion meant more songs, so naturally, more rehearsals. It was doubtful whether our arch-rivals would appreciate the choir's efforts, however, they were treated graciously and their program met with smiles of approval. The first big production of the A Cappella Choir was the annual Christmas pageant, "lt's Christmas Everywhere". lt seemed impossible that so many hours of rehearsal were needed for that hour-long program. The processional strains of "Hark the Herald Angels Sing" gave way to the "Cradle Hymn" and the "March of the Kings". The program flew by and soon finally the choir was marching 98 Choir Gelet, Newlove, Worthington, Laird, Leeson, Booth, King, Smith, P. E., Krause, Siscu, Strouse, Rogers, H., Hynes, Evans, Vernacchio. Janes, N., Loukidis, Seaman, Hadrick, Bingaman, Brunner. Hartlieb, Cressman, Naylor, Georges, Rhoads, Dilworth, Scotti. Arnold, Holton, Painter, Heyser, Hengen, Gleason, Volpe, Eicherly, Dippilito, Tuterice, Faulkner, Cfemme', Rogers, R., Yeakle. out, "Joy to the World" ringing in our ears, and the patient work of Mrs. Fluck was being commended. After the Christmas vacation a few pupils were chosen to represent the choir at the Southeastern District Chorus which was held in Chester, Pennsyl- vania. From this group were chosen the represen- tatives to the State Chorus. Long before rumors of the Spring Music Festival began to float around, the choir had been prac- ticing diligently until every song was word-perfect and note-perfect. They also practiced stepping onto the riser gracefully, without tripping on their gowns or each other in the process. Indeed the finished product was worth remembering as proven by the hearty applause of the public. 99 With the end of the Spring Music Festival the choirs' big work was over, but they never ceased to enjoy the melodies which imprinted themselves in their minds. The Christmas Pageant Eegins The N. .. The blare of the trumpets and bugles, the beat of the drums, and the oompah of the big horns were a daily ritual for the band members. Not only did they learn music, but also they had to know the marching steps by heart. Time-out-for a long pass. Bottom Row: Holton, Walters, Polk, Zehyer, Jennings, Royle Second Row: Slater, Morgan, Snyder, Smith, Bregler, Weber, Third Row: Meoli, Wilding, Carfagno, Muscanera, Wentzel, Top Row: Russo, Burns, Kriebel, Reichert, Speaker, Loux, At half time on the football field the band en masse would parade before the stands with each musician blowing or beating for all he was worth. Often to add zest to their regular routine, they would march into the shape of a car or an "N", They accompanied the majorettes and the drummer was kept busy beating out rhythm for the cheers. After all, what's a football game without a big brass band? Annually the band gives an assembly program in which they play jazz and Beethoven alternately TOO Band Solamone, Evangelist, Alba, Fryer, Romifa, Collins, Heebner. Krause, Dilworth, Carfagno, Olszewski, Weidner, Mandracchio. Valiean, Dilohn, Tompkins, Halladay, Volpe, Amato, Oney. Cashmore, Beyer, Cosfanzo, Gerber, Eagens, Croll. without batting an eyelash. This program has al- ways been popular and never fails to merit a call for encores. As incentive for the members who showed outf standing talent, the door was open to a number of other musical groups. The District Band and Orchestra, the Valley Forge Area Band, and the State Band and Orchestra for the virtuosos. The Spring Music Festival also gave them a chance to show their accomplishments to the public. 101 Under the supervision of Mrs. Fluck and Mr. Holton this program usually brought a full house. "Practice makes perfect" was the motto of the band members and obviously they were as nearly perfect as practice could make them. 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Q 's'.'.' , Q V. 5 -I E .A . 1 v 7 ', ' 1' '1 X -v. I f' U Q: 2' Scholastic Work ACADEMIC "All Gaul is divided into three parts," was the linguistic conversation of the little sophomores. "Sodium plus water yields sodium hydroxide plus hydrogen," murmured the iuniors as they headed toward the chemistry lab. "To be or not to be . . ." quoted the seniors dazedly while await- ing one of Mr. Shaffer's "hair-curling" tests. And so it went for the college preparatory students. They memorized formulas indiscrim- inately, they dissected frogs sadisticallyp they "shark'd up" Macbeth automatically, all with the hopes of some day getting that cherished degree. Deciding on the right college or nursing school was foremost in the C.P.'s minds. They looked at hundreds of catalogues and pamphlets weigh- ing one school with another until, finally, they made one of the toughest decisions of their young lives, and hoped it was the right one. BUSINESS The clacking typewriter keys resounded along the quiet corridors of N.H.S. while thirty-odd stu- dents sweated through another speed test. After typing was bookkeeping class where they learned to juggle dollars and cents into the proper places. Economics taught them the more practical use of everyday knowledge, and Busi- ness English drilled letter-writing form and tech- nical terms into them. Many a time a commercial student could be seen writing modern day hiero- glyphics, shorthand, they called it. At first short- hand proved longer than longhand, but after mastering it, it was invaluable. Some of these students will become stenographers, some book- keepers, some accountants, but all of them will be well equipped to meet the challenge of the future. The Perfect Circle?? Sauer plus Hill to prove that HJ A OJ H-O Dear Sir: Office practice practices 104 at N. l'l. S. VOCATIONAL Chairs, tables, lamps, bookcases, emerged from scraps of wood and steel. The vocational students, lprobably the most ambidextrous group in N.H.S.D learned the techniques of making the various obiects in mechanical drawing or physics classes but the actual work was done in the shops. For many of the dances or dramatic produc- tions they made scenery and sets which always provoke "ah's" of admiration. The many pieces of wood-work exhibited in the Hobby show very often originate within the shops. Drilling, sawing, hammering, wiring, de- veloped skill and efficiency and the vocationals certainly showed their prowess in the various phases of construction. GENERAL There were always some students who couldn't make up their minds on a specific course of study. Usually these students took a composite of the courses called "General." Music Apprecia- tion, Art, and Speech, were some of the subiects. General Mathematics always provided some practical learning and Senior science dealt with the fundamentals of biology or chemistry. The course provided a wide and varied choice of subiect matter. Live Wires. The backbones of industry. Here comes the showbaat-early stages. If I knew you were coming I'd have baked a cake. 105 Th Last Period Better than Shakespeare- the Hi-Eye gossip column. Homeroom meeting. The sour week,-the sixth week produces expressions like these. Junior Assembly. Friday's student is full of woe-at 4:30. Some hurry along while others have- orders-to wait. Clubs Rope pullers at worlc! "N" Club and Girls' Sports Club Officers The TraFfic squad discusses one of their Segfed: problems. Balzona-V. Pres. Kerr-Sec. Blockson--Treas. Alleva-Pres. Standing: Hille-V. Pres. Huston-Treas. Shrack-V. Pres. Wells-Sec. Kost-Sergeant-at-Arms Horner-Pres. Orchestra- , Perfect harmony prevails! Waiters' Club- At your service madame. 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'K u I 1 " F7 fa ,, A. .. 4' I - an BOYS TENNIS Aprul 23 Norrustown 4 Abungton 1 Jack led the team 6 O 6 2 Smutty came back to wun Merrull lost Aprul 26 Norrustown 4 at Lower Meruon I Merrull won un a sensatuonal rally was down 4 O un thurd set Weaver battled untul dark 6 4 TO 12' Then at a later date defeated Lower Meruon s sec ond man Aprul 30-Norrustown 3 Cheltenham 2 Weaver sophomore sensatuon lost hus first match of the year un a gruellung three set match Doubles team lost May 3 Norrustown I at Radnor 4 Team lost uts first match Doubles of Orner and Ostrander retu ned to form won Fell behund un league standung A sophomore handed Jack hus first defeat A eft b gst t S t BF oke A old g e P P RLS TENN Aprul 23 Norrustown 3 at Abungton 2 Hot day lst match of season Followed boys baseball team un bus to and from Aprul 26 Norrustown 4 Lower Meruon 1 Good match Wulla Elluott went 3 sets Aprul 30-Norrustown 5 at Cheltenham 0 Kulpatruck was the only one to have 3 sets What a bus rude Played match at Phulmont Country Cub May 3 Norrustown 4 Radnor I Nothung especually excutung'? Cloudy day May 7 Nornstown 5 Haverford 0 The bug mat h at last should have been May May 7 Norrustown 5 Haverford 0 Uneventful afternoon Team coasted to an easy wun May 'IO-Norrustown 4 at Lansdowne I Threat of raun all afternoon Team won easuly May 'I4-Norrustown 4 at Upper Darby I Jack lost to the Upudah s undefeated number one man only one who lost Smutty expectung hard contest finushed early May 17 Norrustown 2 Yeadon 3 We lost our second match Slught chance of be comung Suburban Champuons Weaver and doubles won Jack Merrull and Smutty lost un close ones Radnor won 3 2 at Upper Darby thereby guvung us Suburban I Champuonshup We backed un but we made ut' Had Radnor won by 4 T they would have gauned the tutle' 9 J W Lechel Mg MCI oss Kose Mg Ms A es 6 at Haverford N HS went by bus but courts werent ready so came home and played match followung day at N H S Rude was fun though May 'l0-Norrustown 4 Lansdowne 1 Nuce day gurls played luke pros May 'I4-Norrustown 0 Upper Darby 5 Met some tough competutuon Several Darby gurls Smoker Vogt and Weston hugh seded players N H S trued hard May 17 Norrustown 4 at Berwyn I Last match Had fun u O ' what a mess mercurochrome can make on nuce whute tennus unuforms and hands too Y I ' I ' a . . 5 - ' . ' . . . . . I - I 1 l . , - f . . . I 1 I I I f ' I I - 1 , ' ' - . . - I . . T I l . . . . I . I Q a ' I t l a ove: Beyer, An ad , mi h, Orner, ro , rn M r., Center ri ht: oe and innie beat it out. Pifer, Frick, Giruther, E. Hunt, Hill , Mgr., A. Hunt, ishburn, Earl Coach, Holton, Allen, w'5le'f O5""3nde'f wane" At left below: Keimer, Kilpatrick, Ughes, Elser, Jones, Plank, Smith, Center left: Nice ep ering, Babs. Elliott, Rice, i , r., c ure, Cr , I' U , Y-I Y - nd Y - - G I ' I S I I ' I I . . I . . l . . . , I I I I U - . ...Bf... h.... l 'l T TRACK March 28 29 30-Inter Class Meet Senior classmen won 102 the lunnors and sopho mores 58 Apnl 10-Nornstown 72 at Reading 45 Auspnclous debut on George Field In Reading Culbreath and Blockson triple winners Defending team s record of PIAA District Champions Class A Apnl 17 Nornstown 65Vz at Lower Menon 18 Chester 59Vz Nornstown once agam tops two suburban foes on the Pennypacker Field Ardmore Apnl 21 at Lower Menon Relays New meet record in the shot put by Blockson and lfeyser Curll Frith Hadrlck and Culbreath also es tabllsh a new record In the Shuttle Hurdle event Apnl 25 Nornstown 88 Pottstown 29 Culbreath a triple winner both hurdle events and pole vault Apnl 27 28-at Penn Relays Nornstown took second in mule relay on Friday Next day first in the Suburban Class A mae aft bo e Botto D e C rll Second Row Spea m Blo kso Keys anta gel W k e T San le o c o ers Le s Coach o b BASEBALL Apnl 5 Nornstown 4 Bridgeport 4 All N H S runs In first inning tue after extra unnmgs Apnl 9 Nornstown 15 at Radnor 4 Tied 2 2 an the third But then' First win of season Apnl 16-Nornstown 2 Chester 1 Jam Bealer drove Randolph in twice Scoreless tall fourth inning Apnl 19 Nornstown 2 at Cheltenham Sayers pitched a shut out as Balzona and Shank crossed the plate Aprll 23 Nornstown 3 at Abington 1 Eagles retained League Lead Two double plays aided our defense Apnl 26 Nornstown 1 Upper Darby 0 Superb no hit no run pitching by Bull Sayers Randolph scores Sylvester Apnl 30-Nornstown 3 Lower Menon 2 Behmd 2 1 in top of sixth as Alleva and Mathe son both score Team composed of Charley Blockson Josh Cul breath Joe Haarlck and John Spearman May 2 Nornstown 91 Upper Darby 26 Culbreath shattered both hurdle records Block son broke discus record May 9-at Boyertown Relays Penn Relay team agam new 880 yard relay record' May 12 Nornstown Interscholastucs Nornstown on top' Our German exchange stu dent placed fourth for N H S May 19 Nornstown 74'A at lower Menon 33Vz Nornstown retained District l Title Five boys qualified for the State Meet Blockson shot put 56 discus 155 May 26-at Penn State-State Champs Retamed State record by 20 pomts 3 more than Erie Strong Vmcent Hugh School Blockson tossed the 12 lb iron ball 56 feet 5 Inches Culbreath won 200 low hurdle Once more the boys come home kings l ft B c t St k I M ddle R B a M the a Ale so Tp o y Heye Te peo bach D e Peopls D Coc May 3 Nornstown 8 at Haverford 9 Eagles lost first to Haverford by a score of 8 9 May 10-Nornstown 1 at Chester 5 Second consecutive loss by Eagles only extra base hut was Shanks double un fourth May 14-Nornstown 0 Cheltenham 2 Sayers patched second no hitter but gave seven free passes May 17 Nornstown 3 Abington 0 Credit runs to Bealer Shank and Randolph May 21 Nornstown 8 at Upper Darby 2 Sayers won second game over Upper Darby as Fagle batsmen got thirteen huts May 24-Nornstown 4 at Lower Menon 1 Randolph hit single with bases loaded Balzona followed through with a single May 28 Nornstown 2 Haverford 5 N H S lost chance of tying for Suburban League Championship Alleva had triple I I - I - 1 4 1 I ' I f ' ' ' , . . I - , . . . I 1 , . - ' r 1 I l ' . 1 1 ' 1 HI - I -I on. 1 . I n 1 . I I . ' ' . I - 11 ll ' - ' At l a v : m Row-Frith, Eicherly, asher, Ludwig, Daublin, Center e : lo kson gets ready o break a record. Tuturic , u . : Dannehower, r an, c n, er, CHUM r. M r, h, 0 ' S ers , , , I : m , . S n o, er user, Culbr ath, Hadrlck, Armstrong, Plummer. hlrd 9 I e l U ay Row: Landes, Coach, Mason, Barllsdale, Rodenbaugh, Markley, Beyer, At left below-Bottom Row: Johnson, Caperilla, Picorelli, Schultz. . . i ow: e ler, a wson, B lzona, Shank, lva, Sylvester, d rf B' wn' Bc Chl' R 9 ' Bwke' Curry' Bufo' W' ' ' T P Randolph, Rus . o R w: Kell , Herr, Coach, s r, m l t n, Row: Rich, Roden augh. Sayers, Alle , avi s, e , aywalt, Denner, Mr. Martz, a h. . . . . . 7 - 1 1 a s Q 1 1 l I ' - I , ' I ' 1 . . 1 1 3 MAJORETTES A flash of sllver In the sunllght and once agam the twlrlers took over the football fleld They per formed an excellent routlne lncludlng all theur varlous fancy steps whuch made even the most crltucal onlookers snt up and take notuce After the first few minutes the batons began to feel heavy and the gurls wrists started to feel luke lelly u they went on struttlng spmmng their batons and smnlnng for the publuc On many a chllly autumn afternoon at school the malorettes would gaze wnstfully at the students headed toward home then they would begun prac tncxng nn earnest countlng to themselves and try At left above Hooley Fry Knerr Ruce Petrats Wnllnarns Cottetu Center James Holton drum mayor Center rlght On to Vuctory At left below First Row Campbell lnterrante Zummo Dlerdorft Fontaine Du Nofruo Second Row Dllworth Ames Woodland Splnelln Spence Sham ne Rueger Da ls Carfogno Sussman Markley CHEERLEADERS Theres nothing more comfortmg to a tured an sweatmg football player than a rousmg cheer and our cheerleaders were always there to provnde that encouragement Stuff legs and sore backs were the results of the many hours of practice but at the games the squad were bright and peppy as sunshine on a sprung day Wnth theur flashy blue and whute outflt the cheer leaders looked qunte dashing and they always made us proud of them nn actnons and manners as well as un appearance :ng to keep an step wnth one another and with the band at the same tlme a dlfflcult truck undeed Thus year their unuforms caused some comments the white skirts which once all but had their knees actually revealed two or three more Inches of auty C95 All that fancy footwork and expert twnrlmg cer talnly could not go unnoticed The malorettes put thenr hearts unto their work from all outward ap pearances but who knows that pert little twlrler smlltng up at the stands was probably mutterlng under her breath Ooh my feet are kllllng mel Screech Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Yow' Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Yowl a g l e E A G L E S E A G L E S Eagles' Eagles' Eeeeee glesl Jean Shamllne and Eddie Dlerdorff two new ad dntuons to the squad provided some fback break mgl acrobatscs for the onlookers Several new cheers were added to the lust of old favorntes lt will be a long tame before we forget the Stutter Yell or Screech, and even when we re old and gray the strams of On to Victory wall often rung nn our ears Orchids to all of the squad for creatlng that school spmt so necessary for the morale of our team for orgamzung the many energetlc pep rallues and for dnsplaynng the best of sportsmanshup at all tames We were proud of you . - , , l . 1 . . I l be . ! . , . . . 1 b l I . I . . . , i . - I I . . F . F . . . . . . ,, - - ft , - 1 . I . , , ' , ii . ' ' , - Center left: Now the show begins. e- - - - -S . : . ! . . . . . f ' li , ' f V, , , - " ' , . . . d . . . . - 1 I ' ' I I I I 1 'l 15 4 T- l , if .44 4 lj . 1: N 4 , ,,-q h 6 ?'+-wf.f""v 11: ' f N 1 ..,,,,,, I 0 ,Mig 7' . ,..,L V ' ' L' , 'TATQZQ' 'A R 1'-QQXQ A 5 N 4 4 js Q, lax-VLf 1 W mu? i' Af,,p.15'qk"-,af 3, l."?'w, " ' ta ,A X A Y.u L A , 4 fs " V1 if-If 53+ Q gf-5,3 , 4' X , A atm-lr' F 1 W Q, gs 'a' Nqr JH, .Q 1, Q ' " i fs ' . 1 'v.. I3 M1-final - . 9. 5' Ii., 1 Evxgfxfw W jg" 5 , 3 ., u P df J' A 1 ll, 7 A A uw 'U . .J ' an ' 4 4 Q . I4 an K sl.. an N V ' Ki 5 3.451 f 2 ,, 3 A Hr ga Q M Eg, , : li fm J H I Z -lt -2.-,fy V - H 'Q ' V, - ' . , - g f3kVbfTJfi?xXap?,filg5 Q-P 1' ' f , - 3 v D 4 ff' , Q 1 q?x ?'A 3 if if awww The Team NO. NAME 10 Koons, Paul T1 Zambella, Louis 12 Wood, Barry 13 Cagliola, George 14 Scoma, Salvatore 15 Dippolito, Michael 16 Nolan, John 17 Piazza, Anthony 19 Bono, Vincent 20 Bacchi, Carl 21 Monacelli, Nicholas 22 Kerr, Robert 23 Townsend, George 24 Himes, Elmer 25 Johnson, William 26 Blockscn, Charles 27 Franzone, Charles 28 Berardelli, William 30 Spearman, John 31 Pupillo, Nicholas 32 Marvel, David 33 Dasher, Robert 34 McKay, Robert 35 Alleva, Fred 36 Mason, Charles 37 Williams, Sylvester 38 Moles, Anthony 39 Boger, William 40 Barksdale, Robert 41 Davies, Lawrence 43 Blockson, William 44 Dc-Meno, Joseph 45 Sewell, John POSITION Back End Guard Back Guard Center End Back Guard End Guard Back End Back Back Back Tackle Tackle Back Tackle Tackle Center Center Back Guard Back Back Tackle End Center End Tackle Tackle l At right: Top-Progress-STOPPED! At right: Center-Cag runs into an effective block. At right: Bottom-Who's Who? WEIGHT HEIGHT 160 5'10" 150 5'10" 162 5'10" 155 5'9" 175 5'9" 180 5'7" 165 6'0" 165 5'8" 165 5'10" 160 5'9" 170 5'7" 145 6'0" 155 6'0" 170 5'8" 145 5'7" 210 6'3" 185 5'10" 170 5'10 150 5'10 210 5'10 165 6'0" 180 5'10" 175 6'2" 160 5'11 180 5'7" 150 5'7" 150 5'8" 190 6'1" 165 6'0" 165 6'0" 165 6'0" 175 5'10" 190 5'9" Below: J. V. FOOTBALL-First RowAMoles, Capobianca, Corbo, Batchelor, Bono, Gordon, Smith, Williams, Edwards. Second Row: Zellers, Del Pizza, Cauffman, Tyson, Moser, Vishio. Third Row-Martz coach, Constable asst. coach, Taylor, Davies, Blockson, Warburton, Thompson, West mgr., Testa mgr., Kiemer mgr. sw CROSS COUNTRY September 27 Nornstown 28 Chester Ludwig finishes second Seven of first eleven places filled by N H S runners as Harriers squeak through to win first of season October 2 Nornstown 35 Haverford 20 Haverford top time of 11 16 first four places next five filled by Nornstown October 9 Nornstown 25 at Lansdale 33 Lansdale takes first two next five positions go to N H S Nap and tuck finish October 11 Nornstown 59 at Upper Darby 15 Wet day and muddy track U D takes first seven four N H S runners he for eighth October 18 Nornstown 17 Lower Menon 46 N H S takes nine of first ten places Best time 12 45 by Ludwig Only seven L M runners pres en At left above Bottom Row Sheetz Offne L dwlg McCa ty Flchte Beyer Lawler Second Row Elfe be Sandler Batson Bateman H nt stadt Morela d Beye Simon Rittenhouse S eeney Top Row M Earl lCoachl Rlffert Muscarell Lare Wea d Hall Fsher Decker Rodenba gh Delaney Arnold Center left Ground st cks g ound HOCKEY October 4--Nornstown 0 Cheltenham 6 Eaglettes trounced by hard fighting Cheltenham N H S played hard lots of splnt Unperturbed sux games to go October 11 Nornstown 1 Bndgeport 0 Eaglettes edge the Dragonettes Only goal made by Mary Cantello Not many spectators to cheer the gurls October 18 Nornstown O Lower Menon 4 N H S was In there fighting to the end LM s offense proved too much for them Eaglettes emerged gloomy and tired October 23 Nornstown 1 at Upper Menon 2 Tied game till last few minutes Penalty bully had to be taken by Horner and a U M player Goal was made by U M A genuine heartbreaker October 23 Nornstown 23 at Cheltenham 22 Meet characterized by two ties first taken by two Cheltenham runners fourth filled by Ludwig and Fnchter Hard fought meet October 25 Nornstown 32 Abington 23 Fast opponents Best time of 12 20 Hugh est N H S placer is Fuchter with fourth four of next sux places go to Nornstown November 2 District 1 at Cobbs Creek Meet won by Upper Darby Fnchter leads N H S with thlrtleth Ludwig and Offner only others to finish nn first forty J V takes top honors November 16 at Marcus Hook Meet won by Upper Darby We placed fourth Fastest time-12575 Offner first N HS runner 17th ln meet enter right Ther s l g a n g Marmar Rothermel Glsson Cantello Wells Second Row Rauden bush E glush Moore Rtte house B gama Little Ken er Weber Sco a Genuard Huegel F He me Third Row Mrs Anders Coach Bernstell Pa ente Ro ghton Scott K hnsman Cumm ns Ca fagno Mrs We t el October 25 Nornstown 4 at Pottstown 3 A goal for a goal tlll the last minute of play Once again fullback Cantello saved the day Drove the ball hard to Inner who made goal November 1 Nornstown 0 at Radnor 1 Neither team scored during first half Radnorutes finally stabbed our defense for a single goal November 8 Nornstown 0 at Upper Darby 2 Hockey players or ducks? Cold and muddy game We came so close to getting a goal twice Unlucky day for Eaglettes U D had very strong defense Ended season with two wlns and sux losses lm provement over last year but room for stall more November 13 Nornstown 1 at Abington 6 Though hopes were hugh Eaglettes downed by Abington 1 6 Girls tired dismal . . . , 5 I I . . . , . Q. . . . . 1 - - . . . . . . , . . l'. . : - , r, u ' , r , ' r, C ' - e' a on , long trail wi din - - - A , - - A rv Im , I , . U , - . . Eucherly, Faulkner, Hymes. Thlrd Row-Rotoy, Zlegenfus, Arnold, Ang- At left below: Bottom Row-Smith, DeMngluo, Kost, Brady, Horner, , n ,. r, ,, , w . U - r. I, . , I. , ., . A . - - I I II I n I I I I I I n I - I I n .I In . nl I nf I I u , , . m , I, , ox, I r. - . , , ', Y , U , 5, U , 5 , f , 1 I f - - - . Y1 Z . . . . . . , . , . . , . . ' ' 1 . . . . . , . . . 0 1 . . . . ,, ,, . . . . . . . ' . , . : One more step and III t Cent Bott May scores ag This one dd t F t Row: Williams, Cagliola, Johnson. Second Row: Lenhart, Mgr., Pappas, Schrack, Parker, MacKay, Ortlip, Butera, Barksdale, Alleva, Polis, B elcemp Mg BASKETBALL The Season Dec. 5-Norristown Conquers Haverford Prep in Season Opener 68-45 Dec. 7-Eagles Trounce Dragons in 70 Heat Wave 80-47 Highest pre-Christmas score. Dec. 11-Norristown Five Thumps Troians 62-39 Eagles led Pottstown by 20 points at half time. May high scorer. Dec. 19-Eagles Nip Canary Rivals at Allentown 60-58 The Defending State Champs' pressing zone gave them a 31-24 half time lead. May and Alleva led the locals. Dec. 20-N.H.S. Passers Trim Conshohocken Quintet 62-47 Close game turned into a rout. Eagles played for the second night in a row. Jan. 2-Eagle Dribblers Given Court Lesson by Radnor Foe 48-36 Handed their first defeat by Radnorites, the locals hit for a paltry 13 of 51 field goals. Jan. 4-Norristown Routs Upper Darby in League Opener 69-45 The Eagles in command throughout. May, Ortlip, McKay and Johnson spearheaded the attack. Jan. 8-Eagle Rally Tops Chester, Top Contender, 62-54 At 31-31 tie at half time. Beginning of the second half found N.H.S. trailing 51-50. Flurry of points by May, McKay and Schrack insured the victory. Jan. 11--Eagle Hardwood Artists Topple Cheltenham 58-44 Uneventful game except for total of 53 personal fouls. Jan. 15--Norristown Edges Fords at Haverford 52-48 Team play in crucial moments saved Eagles from defeat. Jan. 18-Eagles Halt Ghost Rally, Win 44-38 Locals led throughout, careless passing, 19 boots, set the stage for an Abington rally in the final stanza. Jan. 22-Locals Dumped by Easton, Ending Streak 49-36 Everyone including May had an "off" night. Jan. 25-Birds Crush Lower Merion Rival 63-31 Arch rivals succumbed to good team-play by N.H.S. '25 Jan. 29-Eagle Basketeers Defeat Royals 66-44 Eagle-eyed May unleashed record scoring against the Upidah's. Feb. 1-Norristown Nudged by Chester 45-43 Eagles overcame deficit in the final period, then lost in a sudden death period. Norristown fiivved first chance. Feb. 5-N.H.S. Whips Panthers at Cheltenham 46-40 Tied to third quarter, N.H.S., after gaining lead, froze ball. Feb. 8-Eagles Again Stop Fords on Home Boards 47-45 Alleva came up with a nifty shot to break a 45-45 dead- lock with 12 seconds left to play. Feb. 12-Norristown Turns Back Abington High 56-47 Abington's diminutive guard shone brilliantly, but Norris- town's combined efforts were too much. Feb. 16-Eagles Dump Bridgeport Foe 69-35 Small court, fumbleitis, and a fired up Bridgeport quintet! We finally forged ahead. Feb. 20-Norristown Avenges Loss, Drubs Easton 56-43 Winding up its home season undefeated, Norristown avenged their 13 point defeat by the same margin. Feb. 23-Eagles' Hopes for league Crown Ended by Lower Merion 51-48 Locals tense and tired, needed a victory to tie for honors. Chester won their game the night before. Norristown a little too slow catching fire. The Team Name of Player Number Height Class Sylvester Williams 10 5'10" Jr. Fred Alleva 11 6'0H Sr. Earl Schrack 12 6'1" Sr. George Cagliola 13 5'll,' Soph. John Parker 14 6'2" Jr. Bob Barksdale 15 6'1" Jr. Bob McKay 21 6'3" Soph. William Johnson 22 5'7" Jr. Bob Butera 23 6'2" Sr. John May 24 6'0" Soph George Ortlip 25 6,-1" Sr, Position guard forward guard guard forward center forward guard center forward center '.X Top: When they miss, we get It Center: We were in command of the situation Bottom: The J. V.'s look worried First Row: Lenhardt, Mgr., Fontaine, Chiaravalloti, Bono, Gey, Blockson, Butera, Johnson, Moles, Smith, Bressen. lop Row: Mr. Polis, Mr Pappas Z 21 Bottom Row: Glanding, Andrews, Taylor, Bulfamonte, Kurz, Hiemer. Middle Row: Lepore, Rice, Petraitis, Marinari, Wells, Horner, Rolhermel, Hille. Top Row: Fulmer, Mgr., Sweeney, Glisson, Forsyth, loesch, Kriebel, Wisler, Anders, Coach. January 4--Norristown 26 at Chester 45 Team just didn't click. Lack of practice? January 18-Norristown 22 at Upper Darby 38 Team outplayed by foes. Baskets seemed to have bottoms in them. January 25-Norristown 36 Phoenixville 22 First time in five years the girls have beaten Phoenixville. Might be a break in losing streak! Hot tempers! February 1-Norristown 41 Bridgeport 43 Played at Stewart. Undefeated lassies of Bridge- port had a hard time. Foes ahead throughout game, Eaglettes close behind. A long reach! February 8-Norristown 28 Radnor 34 Opponents led all the way. Eaglettes picked up their score in the third and fourth quarters. February 13-Norristown 37 Cheltenham 31 Home game. Marinari really on the beam with 22 points. Their oftense paid off in the end. February I9-Norristown 22 at Lower Merion 38 Team had fun stopping to eat at Ardmore. Jones really wiping the floor. February 29-Norristown 33 Abington 28 Last game played on home court. Senior girls given shower! GIRLS' BASKETBALL SWIMMING Jan. 'l5-Norristown 56 George School 'I9 Successful debut . . . Myers and Berardelli snap records. Jan. 'I7--Norristown 42 Wilmington 32 Three records broken . . . Myers, Berardelli and freestyle relay team. Jan. 23-Norristown 50 Abington 25 Two more records shattered . . . Medley relay and Myers for this meet. Jan. 29-Norristown 24 at Hill School 51 Streak snapped . . . We still broke two records. Jan. 31-Norristown 58 Eddystone 8 First in all eight contests. Feb. 8-Norristown 55 at Coatesville 20 Two Bills did it again . . . Also medley relay team, cracked three records. Berardelli's speed means flying spray Feb. 'I2-Norristown 40 at Lancaster 26 The vogue this year, breaking records . . . This time, Martin, Myers and Bray recorded best time in any P.l.A.A. meet this year. Feb. 'I4-Norristown 47 at Pottstown 'I8 N.H.S. captured District One League title . . Four records broken this time. Feb. 23-District One League Norristown 68 Honors fourth year in row . . . Myers, Berardelli, and medley relay team shatter more records. March I-Regional Finals Norristown 47Vz Tie with York for Eastern region . . . Myers sets Eastern record . . . Medley tops school mark. March 8--State Finals STATE CHAMPIONS. Bottom Row: Unger, Myers, Jones, Frith, Martin, Berardelli, Bray. Middle Row: Koons, Krieble, Alleva, Rogers, Mooreland, Hunt, Frick. Top Row: Cantello, Jones, Laub, Mr. wi , h. Le s Coac Th N. H. . The bond provided the notes. Roehm provided the fun. The cheerleader provided the pep. Future seniors rehearse for commencement Second Row A Hooo-Roh for Montclair! A night 'For memory. Some were olive. At Right . Swtffflf s Not 56' this time-but close. Not winning yet-but close. Ao Left A beautifully placed car Kcan we help it?l. A beautifully placed band and we're proud of it. Av Len upper Row Hurrying home. Hurrying to the return. Hurrying up to The goal. Just hurrying. Bottom Row Kaleidoscope 125 T -ini RM.. Fnrewell Fellow Sensors As you open your Splce for the first tume you are closung the doorway to our last year at N H S and steppmg unto the future In years to come I hope Spice will recall the moments of 'oy despondency and triumph whuch were the essence of our Infe at N H S And for each of us I wush our present hopes and dreams for later years may come true nn a world nn which talk and plans of peace have replaced talk and plans of war Id luke to thank Mr Kephart whose humor helped us over the rough spots Mr Schuerer who had the 'ob of solvmg our financual headaches Bussa s Studno and Staufhe whose patience never ran out the Prnnter and the Publusher who dad a fine 'ob and the students who provided our sublect maternal Funally to the staFF of 53 Space I wnsh the best of luck wlth thelr book So long VADA RITTENHOUSE Editor 126 1 1 . . . . , 1 1 . . . , I - , - 1 1 . . . . - , . - 1 1 1 P 1 I 1 - . , . . . . 1 1 - 1 1 A Cappella Cltolr Actlvltles Asslstant Prlnctool Band Baseball Basketball Boys and Girls Cafeterta and Bankung Calendar of Events Cheerleadnng Contents Sr Space Editors Cross Country Dedlcatlon For word Faculty Football Good Bye Handbook Staff and Press Club Hu Eye Literary and Busuness Staffs Hockey Homeroorn Ptctures ld Luke to Remember Jr and Soph Personnel IN 98 99 4 2 DEX 127 .lunuor Prom Library Malorettes Miscellaneous Mlss Sopbue Mclntyre Outstandnng Sensors Honor Soctety Prlnclpol Scltolastlc Work at N H S enlor Banquet Senior Pictures Space Llterary and Business Staffs Sr Class Sponsor Class OFf1cers Sr Congress Student Councll and Court Supernntenclent Swrmmnng ennus Boys and Glrls Tntle Page Track rafT1c Vocatnonal Socuety 124125 104 105 72 73 22 67 90 91 O ' ..,....,....,....... - ' ........,..........,..,. 70 ..A-.A-4..A--'A..VI.-"-..I 106 ' ..,,,....,.......,....,..... 95 . ..' 10 ' ,...,..,... .............. , 114-115 ' ' ' ..... . .,....... . 11 ' ' , . 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