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

 - Class of 1960

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V 1 , 4 P A X Q +4 is rise, Wi tsp fh' Q-swf .ts iv' S -adv' Qpne btaff Jay Freyman, Editor Elizabeth Corson, Assistant Editor Linnea Raine, Art Editor ' Linda Baldwin, Photography Amy Waldman, Photography Susan Glenn, Copy Elizabeth Kidd, Copy Benjamin Ungerleider, Boys' Sports Janet Roberts, Girls' Sports Bonny Barrett, Seniors Gail Crooks, Seniors Sarah Platt, Underclassmen Stephanie Toth, Activities William Horne, Faculty Margaret Belzer, Head Typist Lois Wentzel, Business Manager Eva Marie Dohse, Circulation Manager Carol Mann, Secretary Marilyn Thomas, Assistant Business Manager Marjorie Thomas, Assistant Circulation Manager David Ambruster Phyllis Anzelloto Marilyn Becker Mary BlSbII'1g Carol Bishop Helen Bregler Suzanne Brungart Cheryl Christy Patricia Corley Marilyn Cronmiller Jacqueline Davis Joan DeChant Beverly Douglas Gerald Elfenbein David Ellington Eleanor Flora Sandra Gabel Johanna Gambone Martha Glenn Sandra Gradwell Carol Greater Maureen Hallman Daniel Harris Margaret Heebner Bethany Holliday Vera Hoser Bonnie Jones Bonnie Johnson Gloria Johnson Joanne Krleble Lois Leeson Carol Marino Michael Monastero Elizabeth Narducci Joan Ottlnger Adelyn Paschall Margaret Reifsneider John Robinson Clalrme Sabella Virginia Schroyer Marianne Silver Stephanie Slsca Eve Swank Mary Lou Wagner Angela Waldman Carol Waldman Lois Young Harold K Schelrer, Sponsor Barbara J Wexler, Sponsor iv ' si P . . .lf me nw' I! 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Members of the Class of 1960 By the tume you read thus page of Spuce you wull have completed all of your acaclemuc requurements for graduo tuon Only two prerequusutes remaun baccalaureate and commencement Many tumes hugh school students loborung under a musapprehensuon of fact consuder commencement as the end of educatuon un theur luves Thus us really not the case Commencement for hugh school students us only the culmunatuon of twelve years of school work whuch us the broad basuc foundatuon or preporotuon for lufe Actually commencement should be the unfoldung of a broader horuzon pushung back the loothulls and revealung the goal upon whuch one's eyes must be set other phase of our economuc lufe-always keep un mund that you have an oblugotuon to fulfill to yourself and to socuety Thus message wull be the last one guven formally by me to you the members of the Class of 1960 Therefore I should luke to challenge you to accept the responsubulutues of lufe as they present themselves to take advantage of opportunutues when they aruse to apply yourself wuth dulugence at all tumes to struve contunuolly to overcome all ob stacles and flnally to realuze that uf you wush to ochueve you must mauntaun o posutuve approach as you face the problems and seek the proper solutuons Each year as a class prepares for graduatuon we are warned that the natuon faces some grave problem These statements must be predicated upon the ossumptuon that the youth of the natuon mught not be able to meet the chal lenges whuch present themselves I am convunced that as long as the graduatung youth of the natuon retaun theur be luef un God and are deducated to the proposutuon that each one us the master of hus fate and the captaun of hus soul there wull be no need to fear the problems facung the present generatuon I consuder the sponsorshup of thus class as one of the hughlughts of my teachung career I have enloyed workung wuth the officers the Congress and the members of the class un tryung to solve the problems that faced us durung the post three years and reflect wuth pleasure on the memorues of the assemblues the proms, and the banquet May I express my best wushes to all of you for a happy and prosperous future ' . I . . I . . . . . . O I Regardless of your calling-whether it be to college, and then a profession, the business world, a trade, or any . . . I I I . . . , . . . . I . . - 1 I .... V . . . . I I . . . . . I I , JOANNE ANDERSON ::Andy,, H. R. 49 Academic Secret Ambition: To get a white Thunderbird Career: Secondary school teacher Remembered for: Long fingernails Junior Assembly Cost 2: Junior Prom Committee 2: Hi-Eye Literary StaFf 2, Co-Exchange Editor 3: Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Assembly Cast 3: Homeroom Omcer 2, 3: Press Club I: Science Club 2, 3: Senior Banquet Committee 3. N f" il 5 4 RICHARD VERNON BAKER "Rich" H. R. 46 General Career: Radio and TV repairman Flower 8. Hobby Show Usher 3: Swimming J. V. I: Amateur Radio 2: Gym Club I. ANTHONY J. ANGELUCCI U,-onyn H. R. 46 Business Education LINDA HELEN BALDWIN H. R. 65 Academic Secret Ambition: To be successful and happy in whatever I do Career: To do work in the field of languages Remembered lor: Those A's in English Senior Play Committee 3: Junior Prom Committee 2: Spice Literary Staff 'l, 2, 3: Manager of Girls' Basketball 2: Homeroom Ofhcer 3: Religions of the World Club 3. VIRGINIA ACKER "Ginger" H. R. 60 Business Education Secret Ambition: To grow "up" instead of "out" Career: Bookkeeping Remembered for: Driving people crazy Junior Assembly Committee 2: Junior Prom Committee 2: Hi-Eye Literary Staff 2, Typist 3: Scribbler Staff I, 2: Homeroom Ofticer 3: Spice Representative 2: Hi-Eye Rep- resentative 3: Banking Ofticer 2: Garden Club 2: Press Club I: Quill Club 2: Athletic Representative 2: Y Teen Club I. FREDERICK C. BAESMAN "Fritz" H. R. 42 Academic Secret Ambition: To own seven sports cars: one for each day of the week Career: Engineer Remembered for: Having passed physics while still a Junior Flower 8- Hobby Show Winner I: Scribbler Staff T: Soccer Varsity 3: Hi-Eye Representative 3: Science Club I. SANDRA K. ALLEN H. R. I4 General x I FRANCES E. BAILEY "Bertha" H. R. 41 General Secret Ambition: To take a trip around the world with Johnny Mathis Career: To be a nurse Remembered for: Her old saying, "I am hep!" Junior Assembly Cast 2: Junior As- sembly Committee 2: Junior Prom Committee 2: Manager of Girls' Basketball 3: Banking Officer 2: Dance Club 3: Tailoring Club 3: Homecraft Club l, 2: Intramural Volleyball I, 2, 3: Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Banquet Com- mittee 3. ,- BONNY LEE BARRETT H. R. 9 Academic Secret Ambition: Sing with the Kingston Trio Career: Medical Technology Remembered for: Her quiet at- tractiveness Senior Play Committee 35 Senior Banquet Committee 35 Senior Prom Committee 35 Junior Asembly Cast 25 Junior Assembly Committee 25 Junior Prom Committee 22 Spice Lit- erary Staft l, 2, 35 Operation Office 35 Flower A Hobby Show Usher l, 25 Spice Representative 25 Hi-Eye Representative 35 Banking Officer 25 Literary Club 35 Religions of the World Club 35 Farewell Dance Com- mittee 25 Gym Circus 'l. MARY ROSS BALLARD "Mallard" H. R. 36 Academic Secret Ambition: To be happy, healthy, and successful Career: Nursing Remembered tor: Her perfect manners and sweet personality Congress l, 2, 35 Senior Play Com- mittee 35 Junior Assembly Cast 25 Junior Prom Committee 25 HifEye Literary Staff 2, 35 Scribbler Staff li Basketball J, V, l: Homeroom Ofticer 2, 35 Press Club l5 S:ience Club 25 Future Nurses' Club 25 Fare- well Dance Committee 'l5 Community Concert Usher 35 Hi-Eye Co-Exe change Editor 3, EDWARD E. BARRETT HEMI., H. R. 40 Academic Secret Ambition: To own the fast- est Corvette in the world Career: Playboy sportscar driver Remembered tor: His sense of humor Junior Assembly Cast 25 Commence- ment Usher 25 Homeroom Officer 3: Checkers Club 3. LOIS ANN BEAN HLABU H. R. 'l7 Business Education Secret Ambition: To drive up Markley Street the wrong way Career: Headed for Shippensburg Teachers College Remembered tor: Being squeezed into Bab's MG Junior Assembly Committee 25 Junior Prom Committee 25 Band l5 Basketball J. V. l, 2, VGYSUY 3? Homeroom Ofticer 35 Spice Repre- sentative 25 Hi-Eye Representative lg Girls' Sports Club 35 Mask L Wig Club 35 Swimming Club 25 Reed Ensemble 'I5 Valley Forge Area Band I5 Senior Assembly 3: Senior Prom Committee 3. NANCY L. BARR "Nance" H. R. 39 Business Education Secret Ambition: To see the world Career: Succeed in secretarial work and ultimately marriage Remembered tor: Saying "Be good" Council 35 Junior Prom Committee 25 Scribbler StaFl 'I5 Spice Assembly Usher 25 Junior Assembly Usher 2. ROBERT R. BATES "Bob" H. R. 59 General Secret Ambition: To get rich quick and to stay single Career: Commercial artist Remembered tor: Getting into trouble Checkers Club l5 Proiection Club l, SUZANNE BEAN 'lBeanie" H. R, l5 Academic Secret Ambition: To be a million, aire and to own a white Jaguar Career: Commercial buyer Remembered for: Murdering iokes and getting into trouble Congress l, 2, 35 Junior Assembly Committee 25 Junior Prom Commit- tee 25 Hi-Eye Literary Stott l, 2, 31 Junior Choir l, 35 Christmas Pageant l, 35 Operation Omce 2: Scribbler Staff l5 Basketball J, V. lg Banking Officer l, 25 Girls' Sports Club 35 Mask 8. Wig Club 25 Press Club l5 Girls Chorus l, ie' RONALD BAUMGARD "Ronnie" H. R. 37 General Secret Ambition: Join the Navy Career: Professional Baseball Player Remembered tor: His flat top Basketball J, V. lf Basketball Var- sity 35 Baseball J. V. lp Baseball Varsity 2, 3. FRANCIS BEECHER "Franny" H. R. 4 Industrial Secret Ambition: To own a Cor- Vette Career: Electrician or a member of the United States Air Force Remembered for: His interest in math and blondes JUNE DORIS BEIDEMAN H, R. 56 Business Education Secret Ambition: To beat Bill in a tennis game Career: Secretary Remembered for: Dimples and pleasant smile Flower Bi Hobby Show Winner 2: Hockey J. V. I: Hockey Varsity 2, 3: Hameroom Officer 3: Garden Club I: Religions of the World Club 2. HELEN BERGER IIHBIEHII H. R. 58 Secret Ambition: To be the first girl to attend Annapolis Career: Nursing Remembered for: Her big smile Show Usher 2 Academic Flower 8. Hobby 7 Scribbler Staff I: Mask and Wig Club 2: Tri-Hi-Y Club I: Spice As: sembly Usher 2: Future Nurses Club 2. P ' 11 BARBARA LEE BEYER ngarbu H. R. 33 Business Education Secret Ambition: To tour the Congo in an MG Career: Office work Remembered for: Blue-eyed blonde Congress I, 2, 3: Senior Play Com- mittee 3: Junior Assembly Cast 2: Junior Assembly Committee 2: Junior Prom Committee 2: Flower 8. Hobby Show Usher 2: Homeroom Officer 2, 3: Hi-Eye Representative 3: "N" Book Club 3: Girls' Chorus I. DAVID M. BEYER "Dave" H. R. 39 Academic Secret Ambition: To meet Liz Taylor Career: Dentistry Remembered for: Saying "Wanna- ful" Flower 8- Hobby Show Winner I: Proiection Club I: Science Club 2: Baseball J. V. I: Baseball Varsity 3. MARGARET E. BELZER "Margie" H. R. 58 Business Education Secret Ambition: To travel Career: Secretary or beoutician Remembered for: Her naturally curly hair Junior Prom Committee 2: Spice Lit- erary Staff 3: Basketball J. V. I: Homeroom Oflicer 2, 3: Historians Club I, 2: "N" Club Circus I: Spice Assembly Usher I: Senior Assembly Usher 3: Senior Prom Committee 3. ii CMT' DORIS M. BEYER "Dorie" H. R. 34 Business Education Secret Ambition: To be a hermit in the hills Career: Accountant Remembered for: Her short blonde hair and sharp glasses Library Staff l, 2, 3: Literary Club I, 2: Handicrafts Club I. CLAUDIA KAY BERND "Claudi" H. R. I5 Business Education Secret Ambition: To be the first in the cafeteria line Career: Secretary Remembered for: Her knitted clothing Council 3: Senior Play Committee 3: Junior Assembly Cast 2: Junior As- sembly Committee 2: Junior Prom Committee 2: Hi-Eye Business Staff 3: Junior Choir I: Christmas Pageant I: Flower 8 Hobby Show Usher 2: Homerocm Officer I, 2: Spring Music Festival I: Student Guide 2. -A9 'Q- JOHN BEYER Johnny H. R. 22 Industrial Secret Ambition: To own o Chrys- ler 300 Career: Mechanic Remembered for: His torrid '29 Ford Q. fe- '9x CHARLES GARY BILLITTO Chas H. R. I2 General Secret Ambition: To see the world Career: In the Armed Service Remembered for: His B's in U. S. History FRANK RICHARD BISHOP "Bish" H, R, 43 Academic Secret Ambition: To ploy pro base- boll Career: Dentistry Remembered for: Playing sports Congress I, 2, 3: Junior Prom Com' mittee 2: Commencement Usher 2: Football Varsity I, 2, 3: Basketball Varsity I, 2, 3: Baseball Varsity I, 2, 3: Hameroom Officer 2, 3: "N" Club I, 2, 3: Key Club I, 2, 3: Spelling Bee Usher I, 2, 3. JOHN E. BLATTNER "Johnny" H. R. 33 Industrial Secret Ambition: To be o bachelor Career: Automobile mechanic Remembered for: Getting out of classes Junior Prom Committee 2: Flower 8- Hobby Show Usher I, 2, 3: Triple S Club 3. Ee PATRICIA DAWN BISHOP "Pat" H. R. II Business Education Secret Ambition: One night with- out ony homework Career: Secretary Remembered for: Her long page- boy Congress 'l: Junior Assembly Com- mittee 2: Junior Prom Committee 2: Hi-Eye Literary Staff, Typist 3: Flower 8. Hobby Show Usher 3: Hameroom Oflicer 3: Banking Oflicer 2: Hi-Y Club I: Travel Club 2: Stu- dent Guide 2: Senior Prom Commit- tee 3: Senior Banquet Committee 3. PATRICIA A. BLOCKSON "Pai" H. R. 35 General Secret Ambition: To visit every country in the world Career: Secretary Remembered for: Her one dimple Girls' Sports Club I: Knitting Club 2. WENDY GAY BOELKER H. R. 39 Academic Secret Ambition: To be a success and make her parents proud of her Career: Nursing Remembered as: The "Worrier" Senior Banquet Committee 3: Senior Assembly Committee 3: Senior Play Committee 3: Junior Assembly Com- mittee 2: Junior Prorn Committee 2: Library Staff 3: Scribbler Stott I: Senior Play Usher 3: Senior Play Committee 3: Senior Prom Commit- tee 3: Red Cross Club 2: Oil Paint- ing Club I. JOSEPHINE A. BONDI "Josie" H. R. 63 Business Education Secret Ambition: To be a million- ciire Career: Secretory Remembered for: Her long hair Junior Assembly Committee 2: Hi, Eye Business Stott 3: Swimming Club I, 2: Scribbler Typist I, 2, 3: Senior Assembly 3: Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Banquet Com- mittee 3. JOHN ALEXANDER BOWN "Bone" H. R. 15 Academic Secret Ambition: To catch a for- ward pass Career: In medicine Remembered for: Fleet o' foot to get off Kent's field Council 1, 2, 3: Junior Prom Com- mittee 2: Commencement Usher 2: Football J. V. 1, Varsity 2, 3: Bas- ketball J. V. I, Varsity 2: Track J. V. 2: Homeroom Ofticer 3: "N" Club 2, 3: Key Club 2, 3. WILLIAM E. BOORSE "Bill" H. R. 36 General Secret Ambition: To be a happy millionaire Career: Prep school, then on to college Remembered for: His muscles Senior Play Committee 3: Junior Prom Committee 2: Homeroom Officer 2, 3: Scuba Diving Club 2: Key Club 3. DIANE BORRELLI "Dee" H. R. 39 General Secret Ambition: To be another "PavIova" Career: In the field of art Remembered for: Her welle groomed hair Senior Play Committee 3: Junior Prom Committee 2: Christmas Page eant 1: Operation Office 2, 3: Girls' Basketball Manager 3: Homeroom Officer 3: Oil Painting Club I. RUDIGER BRAATZ H. R. 12 General STEPHEN L. BOOK "Steve" H. R. 17 Academic Secret Ambition: He just wants to win Remembered for: Being late for school the first day of his senior year Public Speaking Club Assembly 1: Intramurals 2: Science Club 1, 2, 3: Writers' Club 2, 3. SUZANNE P. BORCHERS "Suzie" H. R. 32 Academic Secret Ambition: To go skin div- ing Career: Nursing Remembered for: Her blonde page-boy Senior Play Committee 3: Senior Banquet Committee 3: Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Assembly Cost 3: Junior Assembly Committee 2: Junior Prom Committee 2: Flower 8. Hobby Show Usher 2, 3: Home- room OFticer 2: Hi-Eye Representa- tive 2, 3: Banking Otiicer 2: Mask 8. Wig Club 2: Writers' Club 2: "N" Club Circus 1: Farewell Dance Com- mittee 1: Public Speaking Club 1. BONNIE ANN BOWDEN "Bonnie" H. R. 41 Academic Secret Ambition: Meet e. e, cum- mings Career: Future as a lab tech- nician Remembered for: Her "cork- screw" ponytail Senior Play Cast 3: Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Banquet Com- mittee 3: Junior Prom Committee 2: Mask 81 Wig Club 2: Public Speak- ing Club 1: Sophomore Dramatics 1. JANICE DIANE BOONE "Jan" H. R. 1 General Secret Ambition: To ride the waves oft Hawaii on a surf board Career: Elementary Education and Speech Therapist Remembered for: Her wholesome beauty Congress 1, 2, 3: Senior Play Com- mittee 3: Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Assembly Committee 3: Junior Prom Committee 2: Spice Business Staff 1: Basketball J. V. 1, Varsity 2, 3: Horneroom Officer 3: Spice Representative 1, 2, 3: Girls' Leaders Club 2, 3: Tri-Hi-Y Club 1, 2, 3: Historians Club 3. liyzllii ., :,' ,.'i .. y, i , JAMES E. BRADY "Jim" H. R. 34 Industrial Secret Ambition: To go hunting in Africa Career: Machinist Remembered for: Building rockets K' JOAN LOIS BUCKLEY "Jeanie" H. R. 65 General Secret Ambition: To own on M. G. Career: Hairdresser Remembered for: Her "snappy" personality Senior Play Committee 3: Junior As- sembly Cast 2: Hi-Eye Business Staff I, 2, 3: Amateur Radio Club 2: Radio Club 2. Q35 I ROBERT R. BRANDIS "Bob" H. R. I3 Academic Secret Ambition: To travel Career: Civil engineer Remembered tor: His wavy hair Flower 8. Hobby Shaw Winner I: Checkers Club 2: Science Club 2. ALLEEN BUTLER UAV: H. R. 43 General Secret Ambition: To see the world Career: Tailoring Remembered for: Her fingernail file Junior Assembly Committee 2: Scribbler Representative 3: Red Crass Club 2: Tailoring Club 3: Intramural Volleyball 2. WILLIAM MARLIN BRANDT "Bill" H. R. I Academic Secret Ambition: Go to a college with no study Career: Goto college to study en- gineering Remembered for: Detesting August I8 with Mr. Kent Junior Pram Committee 2: Com- mencement Usher 2: Football J. V. I, Varsity 2, 3: Basketball J. V. I: Homeraom Omcer 3: "N" Club I, 2, 3: Key Club I, 2, 3: Baseball J. V, I, Varsity 2, 3: Spelling Bee Usher I, 2, 3. SHIRLEY D. BUTLER "ShirI" H. R. I7 Business Education Secret Ambition: To have a mil- lion dollar wardrobe Career: Secretory Remembered tor: Her tiny waist Christmas Pageant I: Girls' Chorus I. CARLTON K. BROWN "Frogie" H. R. 46 Academic Secret Ambition: To have a differ- ent car for every day of the week Career: Engineer Remembered for: Stopping a train Band I, 2, 3: Astronomy Club 3: Radio Club I: Stamp Club I: Or- chestra Club 2: Marching Band I, 2, 3: Concert Band I, 2, 3. PATRICIA ANN CAHILL "Pattie" H. R. 29 General Secret Ambition: To visit the U. S, S, R. Career: Nursing Remembered tor: Her rosy corn plexion and bright eyes Congress I: Senior Play Cast 3: Junior Assembly Cast 2: Junior From Committee 2: A Capella Choir 2, 3: Junior Choir I: Oratorical Con- test 3: Christmas Pageant I, 2, 3: May Day Pageant 2: Girls' Chorus I, 2: Astronomy Club 3. CLAIRE G. CARCAREY "Canary" H. R. 63 General Secret Ambition: Attend West Point Military Academy Career: To become a medical secretory Remembered for: Her incessant chatter Senior Banquet Committee 3: Senior Assembly Committee 3: Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Play Committee 3: Junior Assembly Committee 2: Junior Prom Com- mittee 2: Hi-Eye Literary Staff 2, 3: "N" Book Club 3: Press Club l: Radio Club 2: Writers' Club 2. RICHARD S. CARTER "Burr" H. R. 16 Industrial Secret Ambition: Photographer Career: Armed Service Band 1, 2: Flower B: Hobby Show Winner l, 2: Photography Club 2. JANE BERTHA CHANTRY Ujoneyf, H. R. 29 Business Education Secret Ambition: To travel around the world Career: Secretary Remembered for: Her pretty blonde hair and rosy red cheeks Congress 2, 3: Senior Play Com- mittee 3: Junior Choir l: Christ- mas Pageant l: Girls' Chorus I: Historians Club 2: Future Nurses Club 2: Spring Festival l, MARVA LARUE CHAVOUS H. R. 65 Business Education Secret Ambition: Get Georgie Woods on a slow boat to China Career: Secretary Remembered for: Her blonde hair Junior Prom Committee 2: Senior Assembly Committee 3: Hi-Eye Rep- resentative 2, 3, Banking Ofticer 2: HN' Book Club lf Future Nurses 2. FRANK L. CAIOLA H. R. 35 Academic Secret Ambition: To be the "su- preme commander" Career: Attorney-at-law Remembered lor: Last in cross- Country Junior Prom Committee 2: Oratorical Contest 3: Commencement Usher 2: Flower 81 Hobby Show Winner 1: X-Country J. V, l, 2, Varsity 3: Homeroom Officer 3: Debate Club I, 3: Science Club 2, 4-1 LORETTA CATAGNUS ,,LU,, H. R. 7 General Secret Ambition: Go to California on skates Career: Secretary Remembered for: Calling every- one "Schweets" JOSEPH FRANK CARBO "Joe" H. R. 39 General Remembered for: Licensed radio amateur, known to some as wireless Band 1, 2: Amateur Radio Club 1, 2, 3: Proiection Club l, 2. an iv IVVA ,.::,. , . X l ew, X LYNN W. CAWTHRAY "Lynn" H, R. 43 Business Education Secret Ambition: To have a baby blue convertible Career: Business field Remembered for: Her dark hair and sense of humor Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Banquet Committee 3: Senior As- sembly Committee 3: Homemaking Club l. 'fd' DORIS JOAN ciorro ,Deen H. R. 'l2 Academic Secret Ambition: To visit Disney- land Career: Elementary education Remembered for: Her friendly smile and fabulous French Senior Play Cast 3: Junior Prom Committee 2: Spice Business Staff 2: Christmas Pageant 2: Homeroom Officer 2, 3: Spice Representative 2: Mask 8. Wig Club 2: Radio Club 3: Religions of the World Club 3: "N" Club Circus l: Future Teachers of America Club l. ROBERT CHELL Boobaow H, R, 32 Technical Secret Ambition: Stamp out Chevys Career: Electronic Engineering DOMINIC JOHN CIONE "Donny" H. R. 56 General Secret Ambition: To be the owner of a Lincoln Continental Career: Modeling Men's Clothing Remembered for: Originating new dance steps Council l, 2: Junior Assembly Cast 2: Homeroom OFlicer T, 2: Senior As- sembly Cast 3. ew .5 f GARY C. CLEMENS "Pigeon" H. R. 4 Academic Secret Ambition: To be a profes- sional baseball player Career: Teaching Remembered for: His way with the teachers Council 2: Junior Prom Committee 2: Senior Assembly Cast 3: Com- mencement Usher 2: Soccer J. V. 2, Varsity 3: Basketball J. V. l, 2, Varsity 3: Baseball J. V. l, Varsity gf gi "N" Club 2, 3: Key Club l, MARYANN CHILLANO "Mac" H. R. 15 Academic Secret Ambition: To wear sneakers into Mr. Pappas's P. O. D. class Career: Nursing Remembered for: Her dancing Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Assembly Cast 3: Senior Banquet Committee 3: Senior Play Usher 3: Junior Assembly Cast 2: Junior Prom Committee 2: Literary Staff 2: Operation Omce 3: Flower 8: Hobby Show Usher l, 2, 3: Homeroom Of- ficer 3: "N" Club Circus l: Girls' Sports Club 2, 3: Radio Club 2. JAMES B. CLAYTON uhm., H. R. 49 Academic Secret Ambition: To be the father of an All-American football team Career: Engineering Remembered for: His friendly smile Junior Assembly Cost 2: Commence- ment Usher 2: Senior Assembly Cast 3: Football J. V. 2, Varsity 3: Track 3: Homeroom OFlicer 3: Spice Repre- sentative 2: Amateur Radio Club 2, 3: "N" Club 3: Key Club 3. PETER CLEMENS H, R. 32 General CAROLE ANNE CLEMENS "Chubby" H. R. 7 Business Education Secret Ambition: To be Miss America of T962 Career: Radio broadcasting Remembered for: Her talkative sense of humor Senior Play Committee 3: Junior Assembly Cost 2: Junior Prom Com- mittee 2: Flower 8- Hobby Show Usher 2, 3: Scribbler Staff l: Family Night Hostess i: Scribbler Represen- tative 2, 3: Mask 8- Wig Club 3: Radio Club 2, 3: Writers' Club 2: Future Teachers of America Club l. in 'B' CAROL LEE CLEMSON "Carolee" H. R. 34 General Secret Ambition: To be wealthy Career: X-Ray Technologist Remembered for: Her beautiful blue eyes Council 3: Senior Play Committee 3: Junior Prom Committee 2: Hi-Eye Business Staff 2, 3: Flower 8. Hobby Show Usher lx Scribbler Staff 1: Spice Representative 2: Girls' Sports Club 3: Red Cross Club l. JAMES F. CONROY HJC, H, R. 59 General Secret Ambition: To leave Nor- ristown in a year and return when he is 80 Career: Commercial artist Remembered for: His many trips to Mr. Earl Homeraom Ofiicer 3. wx ff DENNIS L. COOK "Koolcie" H. R. 29 Academic Secret Ambition: To own a yacht Career: In chemical engineering or nuclear physics Remembered for: Always reading scientific books JESSIE ANN COBLE "Ann" H. R. 55 General Secret Ambition: To marry a mil- Iionaire Career: Housewife Remembered for: Laughing in as- sembly Library Staff 2: Operation Office 3: Handicraft Club l. SONYA RAE COOPER "Sonya" H. R. 22 Business Education Secret Ambition: To go to model- ing school Career:Dress designer Remembered for: Her quietness Homemaking Club l: Hostess for Parents' Night. DONNA KAY CONRAD "Donna" H. R. 59 Business Education Secret Ambition: To be a lady bartender so she can meet people from all walks of life Career: To be happy and success- ful Remembered for: Her daintiness Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Banquet Committee 3: Senior Assem- bly Committee 3: Senior Play Com- mittee 3: Junior Assembly Commit- tee 2: Junior Prom Committee 2: Hi-Eye Business Staff 2, 3: Library Staff l: Operation Office 3: Flower 8- Hobby Show Usher 2, 3: Scribbler Staff l: Spice Representative 2: Hi- Eye Representative l: Religions of the World Club 3: Future Home- makers of America l: Tri-Hi-Y Club 2: Hi-Eye Typist 3: Home Associa- tion Assembly l. K SUSAN R. CONRAD "Sue" H. R. 2 General Secret Ambition: "To fulfill my secret ambition-l'll never tell!" Career: Nursing Remembered for: Her long pony tail Congress l, 2, 3: Senior Play Com- mittee 3: Senior Assembly Cast 3: Junior Assembly Cast 2: Junior As- sembly Committee 2: Junior Prom Committee 2: Operation Office 3: Flower 81 Hobby Show Usher 2, 3: Swimming J. V. l, 2, Varsity 3: Cheerleading l, 2, 3: Homeroam Of- ficer 3: Science Fair Usher 2: Com- munity Concert Usher 2, 3: Fare- well Dance Committee I: Girls' Sports Club i: "N" Book Club 2: Press Club l: Swimming Club l: "N" Club Circus l. PATRICIA L. CORLEY "Pat" H. R. 49 Academic Secret Ambition: To be a success- ful and well-known City Social Worker Career: Psychiatric Social Work Remembered for: Her sports enthusiasm Congress l, 2, 3: Senior Play Com- mittee 3: Senior Banquet Committee 3: Senior Prom Committee 2: Senior Assembly Committee 3: Junior As- sembly Cast 2: Junior Prom Corn- mittee 2: Spice Literary Staff 3: Hi- Eye Literary Staff 2, 3: A Cappella Choir l: Christmas Pageant l: Cheerleading 'l, 2, 3: Girls' Leaders Club 2, 3: Press Club l: Spring Music Festival iz Farewell Dance Committee l: Attendance Officer l. rw! ROSEMARY CORRAO NRO., H. R. 60 General Secret Ambition: To travel Career: To be a dental assistant Remembered for: Teasing and talking Senior Play Committee 35 Red Cross Club 25 Home Economics Club I. ,-in-. 1-gr ELIZABETH R. CORSON teeny" H. R. 56 Academic Secret Ambition: To ploy Stella to Brondo's Kowalski Career: Foreign Service Remembered for: Her black tights and bathtub ring Senior Play Committee 35 Senior Banquet Committee 35 Senior Prom Committee 35 Senior Assembly Com- mittee 35 Junior Assembly Commit- tee 25 Junior From Committee 25 Spice Literary Stott I, 2, 35 Flower 8. Hobby Show Usher 35 Basketball Manager I, 2, 35 Hameroom Officer 3. KIRK A. CRESSMAN H. R. 63 Academic Secret Ambition: To make a lot of money Career: In electrical engineering Remembered for: His green Dodge Senior Play Cast 35 Track J. V. lg Hameroom Ofticer 35 Amateur Radio I5 Science Club I, 25 Traffic Club I, 25 Science Fair Winner 2. JEANETTE CULBREATH H. R. 49 Business Education Secret Ambition: To become a part-time model Career: To become a secretary Remembered tor: Eating too much Senior Play Cast 35 Junior Assem- bly Cast 25 Junior Prom Committee 25 Junior Choir I5 Christmas Pag- eant I5 Press Club I. GOGQQ M, gd GAIL CROOKS "GAC" H. R. 56 General Secret Ambition: To be an "All- American quarterback" Career: In medical technology Remembered tor: Her pony tail personality Congress 35 Senior Play Committee 3- Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Banquet Committee 35 Junior As- sembly Committee 25 Junior Prom Committee 25 Spice Literary Staff l, 2, 35 Farewell Dance Committee 25 Scribbler Staff lg Hameroom OHI- cer I, 2, 35 Spice Representative 2, 35 Banking Officer 35 Girls' Sports Club 3. JUDITH ANN CUMMINS Hjudyft H. R. 5 General Career: Nursing Remembered for: That natural streak of blonde hair! Senior Banquet Committee 35 Senior Prom Committee 35 Senior Play Committee 35 Spring Music Festival I5 Junior Assembly Cast 25 Junior Assembly Committee 25 Junior Prom Committee 25 A Capella Choir I5 Christmas Pageant I5 Hameroom Ofticer 2, 35 Spice Representative 25 Literary Club 35 Religions of the World Club 3. JOSEPHINE C. CUSUMANO "Josie" H. R, 58 General Secret Ambition: To own a bright red convertible Career: To work for the Lonsdale Tube Company Remembered for: Talking Congress I, 2, 35 "N" Book Club 2: Spice Assembly Usher I, 2. MARIE R. CUSUMANO "Marie" H. R. 2 Business Education Secret Ambition: To get married Career: Secretary Remembered for: Her p r e t t y blonde hair and blue eyes Flower 8. Hobby Show Usher I, 25 Homeroom Oiticer 35 "N" Book Club 2, 3. 'Fw qua-uv 'wif MICHAEL R. DAVIS "Mike" H. R. 5 Academic Secret Ambition: To climb Mt. Everest Career: Government Work Remembered for: Reading the Bible Manager of Track 2, 3: Homeroom Officer 3: Historians Club I, 2, 3. uv-ew 'lbs CARL LOUIS DADDONA ,IBUQSH H.R. 39 Academic Secret Ambition: To be a profes- sional football player Career: Plans to attend college to study engineering Remembered for: His sense of humor Congress 2, 3: Color Guard 37 Foot- ball J. V. I, Varsity 2, 3: Basket- ball J. V. I, 2, Varsity 3: Baseball J. V. I, Varsity 2, 3: Homeroom Ot- Gcer 3: Class Vice-President 2, 3: "N" Club I, 2, 3: Key Club I, 2, 3: Spelling Bee Usher 2. JOSEPH B. DAVIS, Ill Hay., H. R. 58 Academic Secret Ambition: To solve the per- fect crime Career: Technical lawyer Remembered for: His Model A Station Wagon Junior Pram Committee 2: Com- mencement Usher 2, Operation Oftice 3: Soccer J. V. 2, Varsity I: Tennis J. V. I, Varsity 2, 3: "N" Club 1, 2, 3. RUTH ANN DAVIS "Ruthie" H. R. 35 Business Education Secret Ambition: To keep a cer- tain iootball player from Spring- ford Senior High Career: Business School Remembered tor: Her blue eyes and pretty smile Council 3: Senior Play Committee 3: Homeroom Ofhcer I, 2: N Book Club 2 RICHARD CUSAMANO "Rick" H. R. 4I General Secret Ambition: To take a trip to Japan Career: Plans to become a furni- ture dealer Remembered for: His saying, "Oh yeah?" Senior Play Committee 3: Seniar Prom Committee 3: Senior Banquet Committee 3: Flower 8- Hobby Show Usher 3: 4-H Club 2: Travel Club 3. D. JACQUELYNE DAVIS "Jackie" H. R. 45 General Secret Ambition: To walk the halls of Norristown High barefaoted Career: Registered nurse Remembered for: Her southern accent Congress 2, 3: Senior Play Com- mittee 3: Senior Banquet Committee 3: Senior Prom Committee 3: Junior Assembly Cast 2: Junior Prom Com- mittee 2: Spice Literary Stott 2, 3: Future Nurses Club 2: Religions of the World Club 3, LARRY A. DAVIS "Limey" H. R. 4 Industrial Secret Ambition: To pay oft all his debts Career: Machinist or draftsman Remembered for: His blue eyes Homeroom Omcer 3: Spice Represen- tative 2. PETER C. CZECK l'Pete" H. R. 33 Academic Secret Ambition: To own an excluv sive men's shop Career: Unknown Remembered for: His short haircut Senior Play Committee 3: Track Varsity 3: Tennis J. V. 3: Homeroom Officer 3. JAMES S. DEAN "Jim" H. R. 44 General Secret Ambition: To be happy Career: To join the Air Force or Navy Remembered for: His good looks Soccer J. V. 2, Varsity 3: Wrestling J. V, 2, Varsity 3: Homeroom Officer 3. JOANNE DE FRANGESCO JO.. H. R. 37 General Secret Ambition: To sightsee at the Grand Canyon Career: A iob and then marriage Remembered for: Her dimple on her right cheek SUSAN M. DE SANTE 'ISue" H. R. 'I3 Business Education Secret Ambition: To own a Cor- vette for each day of the week Career: Teaching Remembered for: Her terrific per- sonality Council 2, 3: Senior Play Cast 3: Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Banquet Committee 3: Senior Assem- bly Cast 3: Junior Assemblv Cost, Committee 2: Junior Pram Commit- tee 2: Hi-Eye Litvrary Stal? 2: Flower 8. Hobby Show Usher 2: Scribbler Stal? 'Ig Hi-Eye Represen- tative l, 2, 3: Girls' Sports Club 3: Press Club I: Radio Club 2. Q NEIL G. DE SHAW H. R. 42 General Secret Ambition: To be the first man to set foot on Mars Career: Music teacher Remembered for: His blond crew-cut A Capella Choir 3. -rm- ELIZABETH J. DE GIDEO HBEHYH H. R. I3 General Secret Ambition: To marry a fa- mous person Career: To become an artist Remembered for: Her wonderful personality and goofing oft with the girls Congress I, 2: Flower 8. Hobby Show Usher 2: Homeroom Officer 2: Swimming Club 2: Sophomore Dramatics l. JOSEPH DE MENO "Joe" H. R. 38 Industrial Secret Ambition: To be a famous band leader Career: Electrician Remembered for: Being a mem- ber of Norristown High School RICHARD I. DETWILER "Dick" H. R. 39 Academic Secret Ambition: Live in the west- ern port of the U. S. A. Career: Enter college next year to obtain a Liberal Arts De- gree Remembered for: His disliking to fill out information sheets Junior Prom Committee 2: Color Guard 3: Football Varsity 'l, 2, 3: Basketball J. V. I, 2, Varsity 3: Track Varsity 2, 3: Baseball J. V. I: Homeroom Ofticer 2, 3: "N" Club l, 2, 3: Key Club I, 2, 3. JOANNE M. DE VITO "Joanne" H. R. ol Business Education Secret Ambition: To wear sneak- ers in the cafeteria Career: Secretary Remembered for: Her blonde hair Spice Assembly Usher I: Attendance Ofticer l: Intramurals l. DANIEL DI PASQUALE ..Dunny.. H. R. 'I6 General Secret Ambition: To drive o Cor- vette Career: Businessman Remembered for: His little two- wheeler Senior Assembly Cast 3: Band 2, 3: Orchestra 2, 3: Commencement Usher 2: Football J. V. I: Homeroom Omcer 3. HENRY R. DOERNER "Hank" H. R. 49 General Secret Ambition: To graduate from college Career: History teacher Remembered for: His shining Stu- deboker Band l, 2, 3. 'WX I. 3? SHEILA A. DORMAN HELEN LENA DREXLER H. R. 55 Business Education Secret Ambition: To marry a mil- lionaire Coreer: Secretary Remembered for: Her short finger- nails H. R. 3 General Secret Ambition: To be happy and successful Career: A welfare worker Remembered for: Her dimples and blonde hair Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Play Committee 3: Junior Assembly Committee 2: Junior Prom Commit- tee 2: Library Staff 2, 3: Senior Play Usher 3. HARRY DI BUSSOLO HHGHYI, H. R. 61 General Secret Ambition: To be President of the U. S. A. Career: An armed forces career Remembered for: His black Ply- mouth Junior Prom Committee 2: Flower 8. Hobby Show Usher 2, 3: Flower 8: Hobby Show Winner 2: Home- room Ofticer 2, 3: Stage Club I, 2, 3: Troma Club 2, twin-. EVA-MARIE DOHSE HEVUH H. R. 58 Academic Secret Ambition: To sneak out the "in" door without being caught Career: Marriage Remembered for: Her blonde hair and blue eyes Council 2, 3: Senior Play Commit- tee 3: Junior Prom Committee 2: Spice Business Staff I, 2, 3: Hi-Eye Literary Staff 2, 3: Homeroom Om- cer 3: Mask 8. Wig Club 2: Press Club I: Attendance Omcer 3. PASQUALE A. DI GRAZIO "Pat" H. R. 38 General Secret Ambition: To own a '60 Cadillac Remembered tor: Driving the little block bomb FAITH LORAY DONLEY "Spongie" H. R. 34 Academic Secret Ambition: To catch Mr. Pappas in sneakers and leotards Career: To be a modern language teacher Remembered for: Her capricious- ness Congress 'I, 2, 3: Senior Ploy Cost 3: Junior Assembly Cast 2: Junior Prom Committee 2: Spice Business Stott 2, 3: Scribbler Staff I, 2: Hi-Y Club 2: Science Club I: Girls' Chorus I. 9'-'sv CORSON C. ESPENSHIP "Carl" H. R. 'l Industrial Secret Ambition: To play pro football Career: Work for Philadelphia Electric Junior Pram Committee 2: Flower 8: Hobby Show Usher l, 2, 3: Track J. V. l, 2: Football J. V. 'lp "N" Club l, 2. WILLIAM J. DURANTE 'Billf' H. R. 37 Academic Secret Ambition: To find a park- ing place Career: Figuring out what his career will be Remembered tor: His saying, "Aw, you know!" Council 2, 3: Hameroom Officer 2, 3, Banking Omcer 2. HARRY B. EVANS UH. Btu H. R. 7 Academic Secret Ambition: To publish an 80-page Hi-Eye every week Career: Journalist Remembered far: His smooth man- ner with girls Junior Assembly Committee 2: Hi- Eye Literary Staff 2, 3: Flower 8. Hobby Shaw Winner lg Scribbler Stafi l: Press Club 'lg Science Club 2. JOYANNE B. FIELDING ,,-,Gyn H. R. 35 General Secret Ambition: To travel Career: To work for a travel agency Remembered for: Her height Banking Ofiicer 3. THOMAS L. ERNST "Tom" H. R. 2 Technical Secret Ambition: To travel to Rome for a real Italian pizza Career: To be an electrical tech- nician Remembered for: His height ..4 CARROL MARIE FARRIS "Carrol" H. R. T6 General Secret Ambition: To let her hair grow to her waist Career: I. B. M. machine opera- tor Remembered as: Always smiling Senior Play Committee 3: Junior Assembly Cast 2: Operation Office 2, 3: Flower 8 Hobby Show Usher 3: Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Assembly Committee 3: Homeroam Ofticer 2, 3: "N" Book Club 2, Handiwork Club l. TODD P. FIELDING H. R. 7 General Secret Ambition: To get a car Career: Undecided Remembered for: Being an the tennis team Tennis Varsity 'l, 3g Spice Repre- sentative 2g Banking Officer 2, 3. MARGARET FAUST "Margaret" H. R, 40 Business Education Secret Ambition: To wear sneak- ers in the cafeteria Career: Secretary LOUIS J. FRANZONE "Lou" H. R. 5 Industrial Secret Ambition: To see the world Career: To be an electrician Remembered for: Being the tease of the homeroom SHERRY FINKELSTEIN H. R. I8 Academic Secret Desire: To have her own phone Career: Psychologist Remembered for: Her long dark hair Senior Play Committee 3: Junior Assembly Cost 2: Junior Prom Com- mittee 2, Hi-Eye Literary Stott I, 2, 3g A Capella Choir I, 3: Oro- torical Contest 31 Christmas Pageant I, 3: Flower B- Hobby Show Usher 2, 3: Mask and Wig Production 2: Farewell Dance Committee lg De- bate Club 3: Mask B- Wig Club 2: Press Club 1: Tri-Hi-Y Club 21 Girls' Chorus l. GEORGIA SUE FREEMAN "Bridget" H. R, 65 Academic Secret Ambition: To be allowed to chew gum in all classes Remembered for: Her straight blonde hair Junior Choir 3. JAY FREYMAN Way., H. R. 56 Academic Secret Ambition: To learn Russian and visit Russia someday Career: Law Congrcss I, 2, 35 Junior Assembly Committee 2, Junior Prom Commit- tee 2: Spice Literary Staff l, 2, 3: Scribbler Staff I. KENNETH E. FINWOOD "Ken" H. R. 34 Industrial Secret Ambition: To drive a l960 Corvette Career: To go into the Air Force Remembered lor: Talking to the girls ELEANOR FLORA "EIe" H. R. 41 Business Education Secret Ambition: To be Rock Hud- son's private secretary Career: Office work Remembered for: Her million dol- lar smile Senior Play Committee 3: Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Banquet Committee 35 Junior Prom Commit- tee 2: Spice Business Stott 2, 3, Scribbler Staff 3, Spice Representa- tive 2, 3, Amateur Radio Club 2: Future Homemokers of America Club lp Gym Circus I. 2 3 ilk. BARBARA E. FRANGIOSE "Bobbie" H. R. I7 Business Education Secret Ambition: To wear sneak- ers in the cafeteria Career: To be a medical recep- tionist Remembered for: Her crazy actions Operation Office l, 2: "N" Book Club 2. ANNA M. FULMER H. R. 46 Business Education Secret Ambition: To ride o motor- cycle Career: Bookkeeper Remembered for: Her natural curly hair Congress l, 2, 3: Junior Assembly Committee 2: Junior Prom Commit- tee 25 Hi-Eye Literary Stal? 2, Typ- ist 3g Scribbler Staff I, 2: Horneroom Olilicer 3: Garden Club 2: Press Club lg Quill Club l. 5. KATHRYN L. GALBREATH "Kitty'i H. R, ll General Secret Ambition: To meet Ed Byrnes Career: Nursing Remembered tor: Her long, slen- der hands Junior Assembly Cast 25 Junior Assembly Committee 25 Library Stat? I, 25 Flower 8. Hobby Show Win- ner l, 2: Spice Representative 25 Hi-Eye Representative 2, 35 Future Nurses Club l, 2: Library Club 2. JOHANNA M. GAMBONE "Jo H. R. 22 General Secret Ambition: To tour Europe with a bicycle as a means of transportation Career: Elementary school teacher Remembered for: "Talk about flir- tatious eyes," Council 35 Senior Play Committee 35 Senior Prom Committee 35 Senior Banquet Committee 35 Senior As- sembly 35 Junior Assembly Commit- tee 25 Junior Prom Committee 25 Spice Business Stott 2, 35 Hi-Eye Literary Stat? l, 2, 35 Junior Choir l5 Christmas Pageant lp May Day Pageant l, 2: Operation Ottice li Flower 8- Hobby Show Usher l, 35 Basketball J. V, 'I5 Homeroom Offie cer 25 Press Club lp Gym Circus 'l5 Junior Assembly Usher 25 Com- munity Concert Usher 2, 3. ROBERT F. GAZONA ffsobff H. R. 55 General Secret Ambition: To take a trip around the world Career: Medicine Remembered for: Always being happy Junior Prom Committee 25 Hi'Eye Business Staff 25 A Cappella Choir 35 Junior Choir 25 Christmas Pageant 2, 35 X-Country J, V, 2, Varsity 3: Track Varsity 2, 35 Boys' Ensemble 2. JOHN B. GEORGE, Ill "Jack" H. R. I7 General Secret Ambition: To drive a sports cor in the Mille Miglia Career: Electronics technician Remembered for: Being 6 feet 4 inches tall Flower 81 Hobby Shaw Usher l: Amateur Radio Club l, 25 Pro- iection Club l, 2. 75 fc Q fcfiegiis 'Gw- ROXAN N E THALIA GELET H1-ouyn H. R. 60 Business Education Secret Ambition: To reach 5 feet in height Career: Private secretary Remembered tor: Being 56h inches tall Senior Prom Committee 35 Junior Prom Committee 25 Hi-Eye Business Stott 35 Library Stat? l5 Homeroom Omcer 2, 35 Historians Club 2, 35 Library Club l. SUSAN LOUISE GLENN "Sue" H. R. 56 Academic Secret Ambition: To be a part of a happy and contented world Career: Elementary education Council 2, 35 Senior Play Usher 35 Senior Banquet Committee 35 Senior Prom Committee 35 Junior Assembly Cast 25 Junior Assembly Committee 25 Junior Prom Committee 25 Spice Literary Staff l, 2, 35 Flower 5 Hobby Show Usher 25 Homeroom Omcer l, 25 Hi-Eye Representative 25 Girls' Sports Club 2. WILLIAM L. GOTWALS, III "Bill" H, R. 'I7 Academic Secret Ambition: To have a mil- lion dollars after taxes Career: Civil engineer Remembered as: Not being so tall Swimming Varsity l, 2, 3: Track J. V. lj Homeroom Ofticer 35 Gym Club lf Swim Club l, 2. Q30 Q.,Y'f"' HOWARD W. GRATER, JR. UHOWH H. R. 23 Business Education Secret Ambition: To travel around the world Career: Bookkeeping Remembered for: His sense of humor Homeroom Officer 35 Senior Banquet Committee 3, f"f' RICHARD C. GUSS "Dick" H. R. II General Secret Ambition: To see the world Career: Pilot Remembered for: Athletics Football J. V. I, Varsity 2, 35 Wrestling Varsity 35 "N" Club 2, 35 Key Club 2, 35 Baseball J. V. I, Yorsity 3. .IILES GRIFFEN, JR. Hsaldyu H. R. I4 General Secret Ambition: To go to the moon Career: Steel worker Remembered for: His brown eye May Day Pageant 25 Homeroom Omcer 2, 35 Troltic Club I. DOROTHY GRISDALE "Dottie" H. R. I4 Business Education Secret Ambition: To have a suc- cessful marriage Career: To be a secretary Senior Play Committee 35 Senior Prom Committee 35 Junior Prom Committee 25 Homeroom Omcer 2, 3. BEVERLEY B. HAINES "Bev" H. R. 44 General Secret Ambition: Cruise around the world Career: Physical Education Remembered for: Always in a laughing mood Junior Prom Committee 25 Hockey J. V. 2, Varsity 35 Basketball J. V. 2, Varsity 35 Tennis J. V. I, 25 Var- sity 35 HiAY Club 25 Swimming Club I. JANET S. GRECO HJUYIH H. R. 3 General Secret Ambition: To meet all the famous jazz musicians Career: Medical secretary Remembered for: Her curly hair Senior Play Committee 35 Senior From Committee 35 Senior Banquet Committee 35 Senior Play Usher 35 Junior Assembly Cast 25 Junior Prom Committee 25 Flower 8. Hobby Show Usher I, 25 Homeroom Officer 2, 35 Spice Representative 2, 35 Girls' Sports Club 35 Gym Circus I5 Scrib- bler Representative I. BARBARA ANNE GRISDALE "Bobbie" H. R. 6I Academic Secret Ambition: To be president ot the graduating class at Princeton University Career: Foreign missionary Remembered for: Saying "This is ridiculous" and twirling the baton Council 35 Senior Play Committee 35 Junior Choir I5 Christmas Pageant I5 Operation Oftice 2, 35 Swimming J. V. Manager 2, Varsity Manager 35 Maiorettes 2, 35 Spice Representa- tive I5 Hi-Y Club 2, 35 Mask 8. Wig Club 2, 35 Religions of the World Club 35 Sophomore Dramatics I5 Ensemble I. JOHN GUARISCO "Greese" H. R. 34 Industrial Secret Ambition: To own a I960 Corvette Career: Electrician Remembered for: His '55 Chevy Flower 8. Hobby Show Usher 25 Travel Club I. DAVID GRIFFIN, JR. "Pedro" H. R. 29 General Secret Ambition: To play college basketball Career: College Remembered tor: His basketball ability Calor Guard I5 Basketball J. V. 2, Varsity 35 Track J. V. I, Varsity b 2 3 2, 35 "N" Clu , . if wr'-s MARYJEAN HAINES "Jeanne" H. R. 23 Business Education Secret Ambition: To travel around the world before she is 2l Career: Secretary Remembered for: Spending her time facing the wall in P. O. D. class Operation Office 3: Homeraom Ofti- cer 3: Banking Ofticer 2: Senior Banquet Committee 3: Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Assembly Committee 3. MARY GLADYS HANNA "Glady" H. R, ll Business Education Secret Ambition: To be a princess Career: Secretary in Christian edu' cation work Remembered for: Giggling in Mrs. Rundle's class Senior Play Committee 3: Scribbler Staff 2, 3: Home-room Oftqcer 3: Scribbler Representative 2: Opera- tion Oftice 2: Flower B- Hobby Show Aide I: Homeroom Chaplain 2, 3: Religions of the World Club 2: Future Hamemakers of America Club I: Quill Club 2. JUDITH A. HALLER 'Gidget' H. R. I4 General Secret Ambition: To make a para- chute jump Career: To gc to college Remembered for: Saying "Oh, my soul!" Junior Prom Committee 2: Home room Ofticer 3: Spice Representative l, 2: Home Economics Club 2. LYNNE HARRIS H. R. 16 Business Education Secret Ambition: To be able to sit on a chair and have her feet touch the floor Career: Secretarial field Remembered for: Her shining eyes "N" Book Club 2: Handiwork Club l: Homeroom Officer 3. 'Ls'--ga 539 49" CAROL SUE HALTER "Carol" H, R, 37 Business Education Secret Ambition: To see Paris Career: Secretary Remembered for: Her neatness Hi-Eye Literary Staff 2, 3: Press Club I: Red Cross Club I, 2, 3. ROGER HARRIS .,Rog,, H. R. 55 Academic Secret Ambition: To drive a Mer- cedes 3OO S L R on the Penn- sylvania Turnpike Career: Math maiar Remembered for: His sarcasm and humor Junior Assembly Cast 2: A Cap- pella Choir l, 2, 3: Christmas Pag- eant I, 2, 3: Homeroom Ofticer 3: Hi-Eye Representative 2: Rifle Club l, 2. DELORES L. HAMILTON "Shortie" H. R. 38 Adjustment Secret Ambition: Would love to go out with Johnny Mathis Career: Work Remembered for: Her shortness Senior Play Committee 3: A Cap- pella Choir 2, 3: Junior Choir 'l: Christmas Pageant 'I, 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 2. CAROLYN G. HARRISON "Freks" H. R. 59 General Secret Ambition: To be the first one out af school everyday Career: P. B. X. operator Remembered for: Her freckles and and blonde hair Junior Assembly Committee 2: Christmas Pageant I: Flower 8- Hobby Show Usher l, 2, 3: 4-H Club I: Swimming Club 3: Nursing Club 2. JOHN H. HAUSER "John" H. R. 36 Academic Secret Ambition: To own a Tri- umph TR3 sportscar Career: Veterinarian Remembered for: His height Astronomy Club 3: Scuba Diving Club 2: Game Club 2. ERN EST F. HAUSMANN "Fred" H. R. 34 General Secret Ambition: To get through college Career: To have o business ot his own Remembered for: Having a differ- ent car each year Band 3: Amateur Radio lg Proiection Club I, 2. 'Y -qui RICHARD HEEBNER "Rich" H. R. 29 lndustriol Secret Ambition: To get a iob with Philadelphia Electric Career: To ioin the Navy and be an electrician Remembered for: His hair cut Junior Prom Committee 2: Flower 8 Hobby Show Winner 2: Amateur Radio 2: Radio Club T. .4 NANCY ELIZABETH HEISE H. R. 36 Business Education Secret Ambition: To sail to Hawaii Career: Bookkeeper Remembered for: Her pretty smile and hazel eyes Scribbler Representative T: Home Crafts Club l, 2: Red Cross Club l. JUDITH E. HARTENSTINE "Judy" H. R. 60 Academic Secret Ambition: To wear a size 7 Career: Nursing Remembered for: Her blushing Council 2, 3: Senior Play Commit- tee 3: Junior Assembly Cast 2: Junior Pram Committee 2: Spice Business Staff 2: Flower 8. Hobby Show Usher 2: Cheerleading 1, 2, 3: Homeroom Otticer 1, 2: Mask 8- Wig Club 2. 5- 1 BETTY ANN HAWS "Betsy" H. R. 33 General Secret Ambition: To visit our 50th state, Hawaii Career: Nursing Remembered tor: Her pleasing personality Junior Prom Committee 2: Flower 8. Hobby Show Usher 2: Homeroom Officer 3: Foreign Correspondence Club l: Home Economics Club 2. SANDRA L. HARTENSTINE "Som" H. R. 63 Business Education Secret Ambition: To go to a ball with Ricky Nelson Career: Modeling and later mor- riage Remembered for: Her strawberry blonde hair Congress l, 2, 3: Junior Pram Com- mittee 3: Senior Prom Committee 3: Historians Club 1, 2, 3. JOAN ROBERTA HAY "Jeanie" H, R. 4 Academic Secret Ambition: To be a cheer- leader at college Career: Plans to attend Penn State Remembered for: Her sparkling eyes Council 2: Congress 3: Senior Play Committee 3: Junior Assembly Cost 2: Junior Prom Committee 2: Spice Business Stott l: Scribbler Staff l: Hockey J. V. I, Varsity 2, 3: Bos- ketball Varsity l, 2, 3: Homeroom Olilicer 3: Girls' Leaders Club 2, 3: Girls' Sports Club T: Hi-Y Club l: Scuba Diving Club 2, 3. Q' in-v GEORGE W. HEUER, Ill "Cup-cake" H. R. 9 General Secret Ambition: To drive a black Thunderbird Career: Milk dealer Remembered tor: His screaming '54 Ford A Cappella Choir 2: Scribbler Stat? 3: Soccer Varsity 2: Homeroom Offi- cer 'lg AVH Club 'l, 2: Historians Club 2. WlLSON J. HENLEY, JR. Junior" H. R. 32 Industrial Secret Ambition: To go to Drexel Institute Career: Electrician Remembered tor: His large brown eyes Congress l, 2, 35 Junior Prom Cam- mittee 2: Commencement Usher 2: Flower 8- Hobby Show Usher 2: Radio Club if Stamp Club l, 27 Senior Prom Committee 3. JAMES ALLEN HILDEBRAN D 'lMouse" H. R. I Academic Secret Ambition: To get into the United States Air Force Academy Career: Aeronautical engineering Remembered tor: Being a brain in Trig Wrestling J. V. l, 2. MARIBETH HESSLER "Mutt" H. R. 34 Academic Secret Ambition: To be a iockey Career: College for agriculture or teaching Remembered for: Her "hot" '55 Ford convertible Hockey J. V. 3: Swimming Varsity 1, 2, 3: Homeroom Oliicer 3: Scuba Diving Club 2: Tri-Hi4Y Club 2. w it , 1:11 ,..: 'f ,iv A , f ff -0 HENRY HITTLE H. R. 35 lndustrial Secret Ambition: To own and fly an airplane Career: Electrician Junior Prom Committee 2. BARRY LEE HILDEBRANDT HBUHYH H. R. ll Academic Secret Ambition: To be an archi' tect and designer Career: Mechanical engineering Remembered for: Art Council 3: X-Country J. V. 2: Swimming J. V. 2: Swimming Var- sity 37 Tennis J. V. 2: Rifle Club 'lg Swimming Club 2. ROBERT L. HOLTZHAUSSER "Holt1y" H. R. T4 Industrial Secret Ambition: To drive a tractor-trailer Career: Professional movie pra- iectionist Remembered for: The reputation he made for himself in Electric Shop class Proiection Club i. LAWRENCE C. HILL, JR. ,,Lmry,, H. R. 44 General Secret Ambition: To be a philan- thropist Career: Designing department store display windows Remembered for: His cornball jokes Commencement Usher 2: Scribbler Staff 'lg Dance Club 3: Radio Club 2: Writers' Club 27 Senior Farewell Dance 'Ig Junior Bulletin Board Com- mittee 2. 4 1: 35 . X, 7 DONALD T. HOOVER HDOHH H. R. 7 Academic Career: Culinary school Remembered tor: His classical Hi- Fi records A Cappella Choir l, 2, 3: Christ- mas Pageant l, 2, 3: Boys' En- semble l, 2, 3. CAROLE A. HOUPT "Carole" H. R. 61 Business Education Secret Ambition: To be a dress model Career: Oftice work Sewers Club 2: A Capella Choir 1: Homeroom Officer 3. ff ALLAN HOWARD "Smooth" H. R. 34 General Secret Ambition: To become a great lover Career: Artist Remembered for: His clean and smooth ways Junior Assembly Cast 2: Junior As- sembly Committee 2: Junior Prom Committee 2: May Day Pageant 2: Flower 8- Hobby Show Winner l. BARRY R. HOWE H. R. 14 Academic Secret Ambition: To be a cosmo- politon Career: Member of the clergy Remembered for: His oft-stage acting Council 2, 3: Senior Play Cast 3: Junior Assembly Cast 2: Junior Prom Committee 2: Hi-Eye Literary Staff 2, 3: Commencement Usher 2: Scrib: bler Staff I: Soccer J. V. 2, Tennis J. V. 2, Varsity 3: Homeroom Om- cer 3, Mask 8. Whig Club 2, 3: Press Club 1. WILLIAM CLAYTON HORNE "Bill" H. R. 23 Academic ROBERT J. HORNING "Joe" H. R. l5 Academic Secret Ambition: To be a multi- billionaire Career: To be a draftsman Remembered for: Being late to home room Homeroom Officer 'l, 3. HANOYE AVIS HORTON ,:Hani,, H. R. 'I3 Business Education Secret Ambition: To visit Russia or India Career: Stenographer Remembered for: Her unusual name Junior Assembly Cast 2: Christmas Pageant ly Flower 8. Hobby Show Usher If Senior Assembly Commit- tee 3: Spice Representative 2, 3: Radio Club 27 Girls' Chorus l. 'B- MICHAEL J. HUMMEL "Mike" H. R. 35 Industrial Secret Ambition: To own a Ford Roadster with a '57 Chrysler full house Career: Electrician Remembered for: Joking around Flower B. Hobby Show Usher I, 2: Soccer J. V. I: Wrestling J. V. 'I, 2: Spice Representative 2: Hi-Eye Representative 3: Checkers Club 2: Triple S Club I. ROBERT E. HUMPHREYS 'fsobf' H. R. 1 Academic Secret Ambition: To retire at 35 Career: Medicine Remembered for: His photography ability Hi-Eye Literary Staff 1, 2, 3: Scrib- bler Staff 1: Homeroom Ofiicer 3: Astronomy Club 1, 2, 3: Historians Club 1: Religions of the World Club 3. . :Y 5 K, MAUREEN HUXLEY HMO., H. R. 40 Business Education Secret Ambition: To be famous and rich Career: Modeling and acting Remembered for: Her blonde hair Junior Assembly Cast 2: A Cappella Choir 3: Junior Choir 2: Christmas Pageant 1, 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 1: Radio Club 2, 3: Writers' Club 3: Tri-Hi-Y Club 1: Srping Music Fes- tival 1, 2: Flower B- Hobby Show Aide 2. ROBERT INGRAM ffaobf' H. R. 29 Academic Secret Ambition: To get an "A" in physics Career: Chemical engineering Remembered for: His cool manner in P. O. D. Council 3: Junior Assembly Cast 2: Junior Prom Committee 2: Junior Chair 1: X'Country J, V. 1, Varsity 2, 3: Track J. V. 1, 2: "N" Club 1, 2, 3. RAY W. JAMES H. R. 33 Academic Secret Ambition: Own Fort Knox for a few days Career: Electrician Band 1: Wrestling J. V. 2, Varsity 1: Boys' Sports Club l. JOHN JAKLIK, JR. H. R. 12 Industrial Secret Ambition: To drive a Cadil' lac on Main Street, New York City Career: Electrician Remembered for: Burned out fuses in the electric shop Flower 8. Hobby Show Usher 1, 2: Triple S Club l, 2, 3. CHARLES JEANGUENIN, JR. "Chas" H. R. 12 General Secret Ambition: To have a million dollars Career: Game warden or police officer Remembered for: Hating work CATHERINE MARIE JOHNS "Cathy" H. R. 61 Business Education Secret Ambition: To be 5' Career: Secretary Remembered for: Being Mrs. Hine's favorite "Walkie Talkie" Senior Play Committee 3: Senior Assembly Cast 3: Senior Banquet Committee 3: Junior Assembly Com- mittee lz Scribbler Staff 3: Spice Representative 2: Hi-Eye Representa- tive 3: Banking Omcer 1: Hi-Y Club 2, 3. lx PATRICIA A. JOHNSON "Pat" H. R. 23 General Secret Ambition: To see a bullfight Career: Secretary Remembered for: Arguments with her boyfriend Band l: Senior Assembly Committee 3: Hockey Manager 2, 3: All-Sports Representative 3: Sewers Club 2. ,fe JUDITH LYNN KEIR "Lynn" H. R. 63 Academic Secret Ambition: To pilot her own plone Career: To work with handicapped children Remembered tor: Her freckles Senior Play Committee 3: Senior Prom Committee 3: Basketball J. V. l: Spice Representative 2: 4-H Club l, 2, 3. JAMES M. KAPETSKY "Jimmy" H. R. l3 Academic Secret Ambition: To own a red Triumph sportscar Career: Foreign correspondent Remembered tor: Antique Chrysler Congress 3: Band 2: Amateur Radio t, 2, 3 ALAN R. KARVER H. R. 40 Industrial Secret Ambition: To become a test pilot Career: Electrical engineer Junior Choir l: Biology Club l, 2: Traffic Club l, 2. KATHLEEN KELLY UKUYU H. R. i8 Business Education Secret Ambition: To own a new car Career: Private secretary Remembered tor: Her friendliness Hockey J. V. l: Basketball J. V. l: Hi-Eye Representative 2: Sewers Club 2: Swimming Club i BONNIE L. JONES "Bonnie" H. R. 35 General Secret Ambition: "A" in chemistry Career: Teaching Remembered for: Her short hair Senior Play Committee 3: Senior Banquet Committee 3: Senior Prom Committee 3: Junior Prom Commit- tee 2: Spice Business Staff 2, 3: Swimming J. V. 1, 2, Varsity 3: Radio Club 21 Red Cross Club l. JOHN C. KARCHER "Jack" H. R, 38 Academic Secret Ambition: To own a bright red TR-3 Career: Chemical engineering Remembered for: Tormenting Mr. Long Congress l, 2, 3: Scribbler Staff l: Football J. V. l: X-Country J. V. 2, Varsity 3: Swimming J. V. l, 2, Varsity 3: Homeroom Officer 3: Swimming Club 2, SARAH ANN KECK "Sally" H. R. 5 Business Education Secret Ambition: To go to Never- Never Land Career: Office work Remembered for: Being 4' 'l0Vz" Congress l, 2, 3: Junior Choir I: Christmas Pageant l: Flower G Hob- by Show Winner 'l, 2: Homeroom Omcer 2: Banking Officer 2, 3: 4-H Club 2, 3. PAUL H. KANE, JR. "Promazoms" H, R. 35 General Secret Ambition: To study art in Paris for a year Career: Art Remembered tor: love of iazz bongos Flower 6 Hobby Show Usher 'l, 2, 3: Homeroom Officer 2: Junior Bul- letin board Committee 2: Scribbler Staff 2, 3: Bulletin board Illustrator 3. BONNIE JEAN KENNEDY "Bonnie" H. R. 5 General Secret Ambition: To visit Europe in the springtime Career: In the business field Remembered for: Taking pictures Operation Office 2: Photography Club 2. SARA JO ANN KLAG "Sallie" H. R. 22 General Secret Ambition: To visit Bermuda Career: Medical Receptionist Remembered for: Her dark brown eyes and brown page boy Senior Play Committee 3: Senior Play Usher 3: Junior Assembly Cast 2: A Cappella Choir 2, 3: Junior Choir 'Ip Christmas Pageant I, 2, 3: Girls' Chorus l, 2: Library Staff l: Operation Office 3: Spring Festival l, 2. SUSAN LA RUE KEPHART "Sukie" H. R. 44 Academic Secret Ambition: To sing with a well-known amateur or profes- sional choir Career: Elementary Teacher Remembered as: A smiling red- head Senior Play Committee 3: Senior Prom Committee 3: Junior Prom Committee 2: Spice Literary Stal? 'I: Band l, 2, 3: Banking Officer l, 2: Religions of the World Club 2: At- tendance Ofhce 3. D. ROBERT KLINE "Bob" H. R. 43 Academic Secret Ambition: To build a giant ice skating rink on the sun Career: An electrical engineer Remembered as: A wonderful com- mittee chairman Senior Play Committee 3p Senior Assembly Committee 3: Amateur Radio Club 2: Historians Club lp Radio Club 3: Scuba Diving Club 3: Science Fair 2. ELIZABETH GEHMAN KIDD Hsefsyn H. R. 9 Academic Secret Ambition: To have peace throughout the world Career: College Remembered for: Her blonde hair Senior Play Committee 3: Senior Banquet Committee 3: Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Play Usher 3: Senior Assembly Cast 3: Junior Pram Committee 2: Spice Literary Staff l, 2, 3: Hi-Eye Business Staff 2: Ora- torical Contest 3: Flower 81 Hobby Show Winner l: Hockey J. V, l, 2: Varsity 3: Home room Officer 3: Tailoring Club 3. y""" JANET KINCADE "Ginger" H. R. 37 Business Education Secret Ambition: To go to Hawaii Career: Legal secretary Remembered for: Her freckles and dimples Red Cross Club I, 2, 3. SANDRA L. KLINE "Sandy" H, R. 43 Academic Secret Ambition: To take a cruise to Bermuda Career: Social worker Remembered for: Her blushing Foreign Correspondence Club I: Home Crafts Club 2. GORDON KNAUER "Gordie" H. R. 2 Industrial Secret Ambition: Be an electrician, and own a '60 Mercury Career: Hopes to be active in the electrical trade Remembered for: His "53 Merc" Flower 8. Hobby Shaw Usher l, 2: Home room Ofticer 3. DARL KOHLER H. R. 32 Business Education Secret Ambition: To be a dancer Career: Secretary Remembered for: Her unusual name Junior Assembly Cast 2: Hi-Eye Business Staff lg Swimming Club I. SANDRA KULP nsandyn H. R. 56 Business Education Secret Ambition: To go to Cali- fornia and see some of the movie stars Career: Marriage Remembered for: Her brown hair and pretty blue eyes Operation Ottice 2, 3: Future Home- makers of America Club 2: Knitting Club l. WILLIAM KOHLER "Bill" H. R. 15 Technical Secret Ambition: To have a hot Ford with enough money to keep it moving Career: Air Force Remembered for: Being banged up in football Football J. V. I, Varsity 3: Wrestling Varsity lp "N" Club 2. NANCY A. KURZ "Nan" H. R. 43 Business Education Secret Ambition: To be a hair stylist Career: Secretarial field Junior Prom Committee 2: Senior Banquet Committee 35 Senior Prom Committee 35 Flower G Hobby Show Usher 2: Homeroom Ofticer 35 Foreign Correspondence Club lg Cooking Club 2. THOMAS KOCHENDERFER "Tom" H. R. 5 Academic Secret Ambition: To be a mercen- ary Career: Business Remembered for: His pleasing personality Senior Play Cast 37 Homeroam Offi- cer 3: Historians Club 2, 3. BEATRICE S. KRIEBEL HBEUH H. R. 43 Business Education Secret Ambition: To be happy and and successful Career: To be a secretary Remembered for: Her blonde hair Senior Play Usher 35 Homeroom Offi- cer 35 Spice Representative 2: Foreign Correspondents lp Home Crafts Club 2. KAREN LEE KOFER "Gopher" H. R, General Secret Ambition: To make a tour of Europe Career: To get a iob in the medi- cal field Remembered for: Her teasing and talking Senior Play Committee 3: Religions of the World Club 2: Future Nurses Club l, 2. ROSELYN M. KUBASIK NRO., H. R. 55 Academic Secret Ambition: To spend a week- end in Greenwich Village Career: As an elementary school teacher Remembered for: Her dark hair and brown eyes Council 'l, 25 Senior Banquet Com- mittee 3: Senior Play Committee 37 Junior Pram Committee 25 Spice Business Staff 2, 3: Flower 8- Hobby Show Usher 25 Homeroom Officer 35 Science Fair 2. JOAN H. LARE "Joanie" H. R. 4 Academic Secret Ambition: Never to make an enemy Career: To major in psychology for missionary work Remembered for: Putting some sunshine into everyone's days Congress l, 2: Senior Play Commit- tee 3: Junior Assembly Cast 2: A Cappella Chair 3: Christmas Pageant 3: Hi-Eye Literary Staff 3, Basketball J. V. l, 2, 3: Debate Club 3, Tri- Hi-Y Club 2: Press Club lg Religions of the World Club 2. ' . fan 0 -5. 1 ' - V MX ' .. 4 3? ' T' xl nie' Q-WT' JOAN LA FREEDA "La Freeda" H. R. 2 Business Education Secret Ambition: To eat pancakes without getting full Remembered for: Her ability ta make the unhappiest person laugh Swimming Club l. BARBARA SUE LATIMER "Bissel" H. R. 7 Academic Secret Ambition: To have straight hair Career: Physical education teacher Remembered for: Her swimming ability Council 3: Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Banquet Committee 3: Senior Assembly Committee 3: Junior As- sembly Committee 2: Junior Prom Committee 2: Flower E- Hobby Show Winner l, 2: Science Fair 27 Hockey J. V. l, Varsity 2, 3: Swimming Varsity l, 2, 3: Girls' Leaders Club 2, 3. WILLIAM FREDRICK LEDGER "Bill" H. R. 18 Academic Secret Ambition: To live in o dream house Career: Electrical engineering Remembered lar: His strut Commencement Usher 2: Homeraam Olliiter lg Amateur Radio Club l, 2, . MARION T. LANDIS "Marion" H. R, 59 General Secret Ambition: Would like to borrow Kookie Byrnes' comb Career: To become a registered nUfSe Remembered for: Her naturally curly hair and big brown eyes Senior Play Committee 35 Operation Omce 21 Dance Club 3. -arf GEORGE F. LAUMAN "Fred" H. R. 58 Academic Secret Ambition: To sit in Room ll and watch the clock Career: Go to college to study chemical engineering Senior Play Cast 3: Senior Banquet Committee 3: Commencement Usher 2: Flower Gi Hobby Show Winner lg Science Fair 25 Astronomy Club lp Checkers Club 2, Science Club 2, 3. LINDA FAY LEE Wynn., H. R. 61 Business Education Secret Ambition: To marry the boss's son Career: Secretary Remembered for: Her pretty natural curly hair Foreign Correspondence Club 2. 'Y' CAROL LEE LAWRENCE H. R. 29 Secret Ambition: To live on the top floor of a New York apart- ment building Career: Nursing Remembered for: Her height Senior Play Committee 3, Flower Si Hobby Show Usher 3: Hi-Eye Repre- sentative 3, Historians Club 2: Fu- ture Nurses Club 2. General ""x h DURRELL EUGENE LEISTER H. R. 39 General A-.5 ANTHONY J. LEWULLIS "Tony" H. R. 32 General Secret Ambition: To have o mil- lion dollars Career: Air Force Remembered for: Combing his hair TraHic Club 2, 3. 3' I A -.112 'S . :Ll . f . ' 4 . wg THERESA MARIE LICATA "Terryf' H. R. 44 Business Education Secret Ambition: To bleach her hair blonde Career: Secretary Remembered for: Her black hair Operation Oftice I, 3: Scribbler Staff 2: Dance Club 3: Homeroom Officer 3: Hi-Eye Representative 3. RICHARD LIGHT "Rich" H, R, 65 Industrial Secret Ambition: To be the tirst man to reach the moon ond return alive Career: Electronics technician Remembered for: Cracking iokes at the wrong time BARRY C. LENHART "Lenny" H. R. 65 Industrial Secret Ambition: To own a Corvette Career: Draftsman Remembered for: His red hair Soccer J. V. I, 2, Varsity 3: Base- ball J. V. I, Varsity 2, 3, KAY LEVIN H. R. 38 General Secret Ambition: To be able to drive a standard shift car Career: Nursing Remembered for: Her struggling with the gym apparatus Council 2, 3: Senior Play Committee 3: Junior Assembly Committee 2: Junior Prom Committee 2: Flower 8. Hobby Shaw Usher 2: Senior Bon- quet Committee 3: Senior Prom Committee 3: Homeroom Officer 3: Spice Representative 2: Future Ieachers Club 2: Future Nurses Club CHARLES E. LINKENHOKER "Link" H. R, I2 General Career: U. S. Air Force Senior Play Committee 3: A Cap- pella Choir 3: Band I, 2, 3: Christ- mas Pageant I, 3: Spice Representa- tive 3: Checkers Club 2: Boys' Chorus I, 2. Qs BARBARA LEWIS nloun H. R. 38 Academic Secret Ambition: Become rich and go to Florida Career: Elementary school teacher Remembered for: Her school spirit Senior Banquet Committee 3: Senior Prom Committee 3: Junior Prom Committee 2: Flower 81 Hobby Show Winner I: "N" Club Award Winner I: Hockey J. V. I, 2: Varsity 3: Basketball J. V. 2, 3: Homeroom Omcer 3: Hi-Eye Representative 2: Girls' Sports Club I. WALTER N. LINKENHOKER Hihe Missing Link" H, R, 33 Academic Secret Ambition: To become a secret servicemon or an F.B.l. agent Career: Gemologist Remembered for: "The Mad Nash" Council I: A Cappella Choir 2: Band 2, 3: Boys' Chorus l, 2: Traftic Club l, 2. ...Qf THOMAS L. LLOYD Tom" H. R. 33 Academic Secret Ambition: To travel around the world in his own airplane Career: Engineering Remembered tor: Cliches and bromides Senior Play Cast 3: Junior Assembly Cast 2: Traftic Club 2: Tennis J. V. 'l, 2, Varsity 3: Science Club l, 2: Travel Club l, PAULINE LORD HPOHYH H. R. 33 Business Education Secret Ambition: To marry a millionaire Career: Typist Remembered for: Her blonde hair and blue eyes Handcratt Club l: Home Economics Club 2. RICHARD C. LUKENS "Dick" H. R. 7 Academic Secret Ambition: To get o certain '51 Olds together Career: Service Remembered for: His ability to get along with Mr. Herbert Hi-Eye Representative 2: Debate Club T: Stamp Club 2. SANDRA JEAN LOUGHIN "Sandy" H. R. 49 Business Education Secret Ambition: To own a baby blue Thunderbird Career: Secretary Remembered for: Being tall Tri-Hi-Y Club 2: Senior Play Com- mittee 3: Senior Prom Committee 3. SYLVIA LOIS LYTER nsyln H. R. l7 Academic Secret Ambition: To graduate from college with straight A's Career: Specialize in Speech Therapy Remembered for: Her saying, "What a panic!" Council 2, 3: Senior Prom Commit- tee 3: Senior Banquet Committee 3: Senior Assembly Cast 3: Junior As- sembly Cost 2: Junior Prom Commit- tee 2: Hi-Eye Literary Staff 2, 3: Band T, 2, 3: Flower 8- Hobby Show Usher I, 2: Tennis J. V. l, 3: Spice Representative 2: Girls' Sports Club 3: Press Club l: Tri-Hi-Y Club 2. ELIZABETH H. MAIALE ,tsersyn H. R. 18 Academic Secret Ambition: Just to be successful Career: Elementary or Physical Education teacher Remembered for: Always has a smile and "hello" for everyone Senior Banquet Committee 3: Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Assembly Committee 3: Senior Play Usher 3: Senior Play Committee 3: Junior As- sembly Cast 2: Junior Prom Com- mittee 2: Junior Choir 1: Christmas Pageant T: Operation OFlice 2, 3: Flower Si Hobby Show Usher 2: Hockey J. V. 2, Varsity 3: Basketball J. V. l, Varsity 3: Homeroom Officer 2, 3: Girls' Sports Club 2, 3: Radio Club 2: Girls' Chorus l: Hi-Eye Typist 3: Scriblaler Typist 3: "N" Club Circus 'lg Spring Music Festival 'l: Farewell Dance Committee 'l. ,xii 'Y' MILDRED A. MAIER "Midge" H. R. 59 Academic Secret Ambition: To tour the world Career: Navy nurse Remembered for: Her gray hair Senior Play Committee 3: Junior Assembly Cast 2: Junior Prom Com- mittee 2: Homeroom Ofticer 3: Hi- Eye Representative 2: Historians Club 1, 2. 15 -and ANGELA E. MARCHESE "Angela" H. R. 35 General Secret Ambition: To go to a iam session with Jimmy Clanton Career: Secretary Remembered for: "Shag" haircut and green eyes Senior Prom Committee 3: Home- room Officer 2: Homecrafts Club l, 2. '54 KATHLEEN MANISCALCO "Kathy" H. R. 65 Academic Secret Ambition: To go to Rome on horseback Career: Teacher Remembered for: "The clarinet- toting girl." Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Play Committee 3: Junior Prom Committee 2: A Cappella Choir I: Band i, 2, 3: Christmas Pageant l, 2: Historians Club T, 2, 3: Valley Forge Area Band l, 2, 3: Glee Club I. HELEN ESTA MANNING "Weedie" H. R. 61 Business Education Secret Ambition: To fly a solo helicopter Career: Waves Remembered for: Her red hair Hi-Eye Literary Staff l, 2, 3: Press Club I: Radio Club 2: "N" Club Circus 'l. JANET MARIN ELLO H. R. 'I6 Business Education Secret Ambition: To take a trip around the world Career: Private Secretary Remembered for: Her blonde hair and blue eyes Senior Play Committee 3: Flower 8. Hobby Show Usher 2: "N" Book Club 2. ANNE MAKOWIAK "Mak" H, R, I7 Academic Secret Ambition: To travel and study abroad Career: Teaching Remembered tor: "Excuse me, but it's Makowiak, not Macawak!" Senior Banquet Committee 3: Senior Pram Committee 3: Senior Play Committee 3: Junior Assembly Cast 2: Junior Prom Committee 2: Opero- tion Oftice 2, 3: Flower L Hobby Show Usher 2: Flower G Hobby Show Winner 2: Scribbler Staff 2: Hockey J. V. l: Public Speaking Assembly Cast li Junior Bulletin Board Chairman 2: Spice Represental tive 2: Hi-Eye Representative 3: Scribbler Representative 'l: Dance Club 3: Future Teachers of America l, 2: Public Speaking Club l: Quill Club 2. CAROLYN LEE MANN "Carol" H. R. 49 Academic Secret Ambition: To be the first female on the moon Career: Lab technician Remembered for: 2V2 inch pony tail Senior Banquet Committee 3: Senior Assembly Committee 3: Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Play Committee 3: Council 3: Junior Prom Committee 2: Spice Business Stat? 2, 3: Mask 8. Wig Club 2: Public Speaking Club T: Farewell Dance Committee l. CAROLYN R. MANNING "Lonnie" H. R. 32 General Secret Ambition: To drive a '56 green and white Chevy Career: Seamstress Remembered for: "Yeah, I know." Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Banquet Committee 3: Junior Assem- bly Cast 2: Junior Prom Committee 2: Christmas Pageant I: Spring Fes- tival l: Girls' Chorus T: Homeroom Officer 3: Banking Officer 3: Dance Club 3: Spellers Club 2: Intramural Volleyball 2. CAROLE J. MAMMARELLA H. R. 22 General Secret Ambition: To dye her hair red Career: Otiice worker Remembered for: Laughing at the wrong time Operation Office 3. TRACY ANN MARK "Trace" H. R. 29 Academic Secret Ambition: To write poetry Career: Laboratory technician Remembered for: Doing everyone else's homework Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Assembly Cast 3: Senior Assembly Committee 3: Senior Banquet Com- mittee 3: Senior Play Cast 3: Junior Assembly Cast 2: Junior Prom Com- mittee 2: Scribbler Stat? l: Home- raam Oliiicer 3: Astronomy Club lr 2, 3. JOSEPH C. MATCHNER "Joe" H. R. 6l Academic Secret Ambition: To graduate from college Career: College Remembered for: His fast-growing whiskers Junior Choir lg Christmas Pageant l: Science Club 3. JOHN E, MARKLE, JR. "Jack" H. R. 40 Secret Ambition: To be a profes- sional guide in the wilds of Canada Career: Plans to go to college Remembered for: Telling tall tales Academic Homeroorn Omcer 3: Stamp Club l, 2. SUSAN C. MATZ "Sue" H. R. 35 General Secret Ambition: To fly around the world in a jet Career: Office work Remembered for: "Bleacl1ed blonde pixie" Operation Ofiice 3. DOLORES MARTIN Hloryt, H. R. 37 Business Education Secret Ambition: To visit Ireland wearing a mink coat Career: Secretary Remembered for: Her black hair and blue eyes JOSEPH A. MARTINO, JR. "Joe" H. R, 5 Academic Secret Ambition: To visit all of the States Career: Air Force Remembered for: Being the tall, quiet one Council 3: Soccer J. V. l, 2, Varsity 3: Hameraom Officer 2: "N" Club 2, 3: Rifle Club l. JANE MAWSON H. R. 4l Academic Secret Ambition: To return to Hawaii Career: Speech therapist Remembered for: Talking in home YOOYTI Senior Play Committee 3: Junior Prom Committee 2: Hi-Eye Literary Stat? 2, 3: Flower 81 Hobby Show Usher 3: Senior Prom Committee 3: Press Club lp Radio Club 2: Re- ligions af the World Club 3. ESTHER M. MCCLUEN H. R, 46 Business Education Secret Ambition: To go to Coney Island with Fabian Career: In clerical work Remembered for: Her wavy hair and blue eyes N Book Club 2 MERIBETH MCNALLY "Mickey" H. R. 'l2 Academic Secret Ambition: Ta be able to do whatever she wants when- ever she wants to do it Career: Commercial artist Remembered for: Her speckled eyes Council 3: Senior Play Committee 3: Junior Prom Committee 2: Hame- room Officer 3: Mask Gi Wig Club 2: Dromatics Club 'li Public Speaking Club l. SANDRA KAY MCQUIRNS nsandyn H. R. 23 Business Education Secret Ambition: To wear all mink clothes Career: Secretory Remembered for: Her wavy blonde hair and pretty smile Senior Play Committee 3: Junior As- sembly Cast 2, Junior Prom Com- mittee 2: A Cappella Choir l, 2, 3: Christmas Pageant l, 2, 3: Girls' Chorus l, 2: Maiorettes l, 2: Home- room Officer 3: Spice Representative 2: Hi-Eye Representative lf Radio Club 2. DENNIS McGEE "Denny" H. R. 34 General Secret Ambition: To spend a year in the Canadian woods Remembered for: Being a Phillies fan Basketball Varsity 3: Homeroom Of- gicer 3: Historians Club lg Rifle Club JOHN MEIXNER H. R. 9 Academic LINDA P. McCLURE "Mickey" H. R. 41 Academic Secret Ambition: To marry a millionaire Career: College Remembered for: Always being the last one out of the cafeteria Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Play Committee 3, Junior Pram Committee 21 Flower B. Hobby Show Usher 3: Hockey J. V. I: Basketball J. V. l, Varsity 2, 3: Homeroom Officer 3: Hi-Eye Representative 2: Girls' Leaders Club 2, 3: 4-H Club l. J. JAMES McCONNELL "Shorty" H. R. 23 General Secret Ambition: To begin a busi- ness of his own Career: Businessman Remembered for: His pleasing personality Homeroom Officer I: Banking Officer 'lg Dance Club 1:4-H Club l. ,ii 'S JOHN MCGRATH, lll H. R. 49 Academic Secret Ambition: To take a long camping trip in Canada Career: Chemical engineer Remembered for: His disappearing creamsicles gorgieroom Oliticer 3: Science Club CATHERINE J. MCFARLAND "Cathy" H. R. 23 Business Education Secret Ambition: To tour Europe Career: To be a secretary Remembered for: Her natural wavy hair Congress l, 2, 3: A Cappella Choir I, 2: Operation Office I: Homeroom Officer 3. METRUS MESSINA "Meats" H. R. 40 General Secret Ambition: To own an in- iected "cycle" Career: Airconditioning cmd re- frigeration maintenance Remembered for: His saying "Hey Buster" Astronomy Club 2: Stamp Club l. U0 JUDITH ANNE MELNICK "Judy" H. R. 36 General Secret Ambition: Reach 5 feet Career: Nursing Remembered for: Her height Council 3: Junior Assembly Cost 2: Junior Prom Committee 2: Senior Assembly Cast 3: Christmas Pageant l: May Day Pageant lg Spice Repre- sentative 2: Girls' Sports Club 3: Mask 8. Wig Club 2. GEORGE .l. MEYERS, JR. "Bud" H. R. 9 Technical Secret Ambition: Intellectual per- fection Career: Engineer or technician Remembered for: His debating philosophy Homeroom Ofticer l: Mask 8. Wig Club l. KATHY E. MILES H. R. 3l General Secret Ambition: To be a success in life Career: Social director Remembered lor: Her blonde hair Congress 2, 3: A Cappella Choir 3: Flower 8. Hobby Usher 2: Rifle Club 2. PATRICIA M. MELNICK "Patti" H. R. l4 Business Education Secret Ambition: To be a blonde Career: Airline stewardess Remembered for: Her great per- sonality Senior Play Committee 3: Junior As- sembly Cast 2: Junior Prom Com- mittee 2: Flower 8. Hobby Show Usher l, 23 Homeroom Officer 2: Hi-Eye Representative l: Girls' Sports Club 2, 3: Hi-Y Club 2: Radio Club 2: Scribbler Typist 2: Farewell Dance Committee I. ti X PAUL R. MICHENER "Mitch" H. R. 36 Business Education Secret Ambition: To own a Cor- vette Career: To work at Sun Oil Company Remembered tor: His blonde hair Track Varsity 2, 3: Tennis J. V. li Manager of Soccer l: Manager of Basketball l, 2, 3: "N" Club 'l, 2, 3: Photography Club 2: Rifle Club 'l. FLOYD THOMAS MILLER "Flood" H. R. I3 Industrial Secret Ambition: To be o million- aire Career: The Army and then work for Philadelphia Electric Remembered for: Telling the Elec- tric Shop boys about the coke machine Commencement Usher 2: Flower 8- Hobby Show Usher l, 2, 32 Football J. V. l: Soccer J. V. 2, Varsity 37 Track J. V. l: Hameroorn Ofncer l, 2, 3: Proiection Club 1: Stage Club 3: Triple S Club l, 2: Writers' Club 3. WILLIAM H. MICHENER, JR. "Bill" H. R. T2 General Secret Ambition: To be a success- tul businessman Career: College Remembered for: Saying, "Hey man!" Flower 8- Hobby Show Winner 2: Soccer J. V. 2: "N" Club 37 Pho- tography Club 2. "'..f--Wa, ' . SAMUEL D. MILLER, Ill "Third" H. R. 7 Academic Secret Ambition: To be successful and happy Career: Foreign service Remembered for: His very light hair Congress l, 2, 3: Senior Play Cast 3: Senior Prom Committee 3: Junior Assembly Cost 2: Junior Pram Com- mittee 2: Farewell Dance Committee lp Commencement Usher 2: Swim- ming Varsity 'l, 2, 3: Homeroom Of- ficer 2, 3: All Sports Representa- tive 2: "N" Club 2, 3: Swimming Club 'l, 2. JANET SUE MOORE "Janet" H. R. 60 Academic Secret Ambition: To pull Fidel Costro's whiskers Career: Teaching Remembered for: Talking in English class Senior Banquet Committee 3: Senior Assembly Committee 3: Senior Play Committee 3: Junior Assembly Com- mittee 2: Junior Prom Committee 2: Flower 8- Hobby Show Usher 3: Historians Club l, 3: Mask 8. Wig Club 2, 3: Future Teachers of Amerie co Club l, ,, W ,V g , ,Wx AUGUSTINE C. MORANO HGUSH H. R. 43 Academic Secret Ambition: To get eight hours of sleep Career: Dentist Remembered for: Falling asleep in class Sootball J. V. 1: Homeroom Oflicer EDWIN C. MORLEY HEdIl H. R. 45 Academic Secret Ambition: To retire at 2'l Career: Engineering Remembered for: His short haircut Spice Representative 2, 3. JAMES WESLEY MITCHELL HMHCJTH H. R. 56 Academic Secret Ambition: To play profes- sional baseball Career: Laboratory technician Remembered for: His personality and pleasing smile Band 1: May Day Pageant 2: Senior Assembly 2: Senior Assembly 3: Basketball J. V, 'l, Varsity 2, 3: Track J. V. l: Baseball Varsity 2, 3: Homeroom Omcer 2, 3: "N" Club 2, 3: Game Club l: Gym Circus 2. ROSEANN M. MONASTERO HROEH H. R. 49 Business Education Secret Ambition: To ride o motor- cycle to school Career: Secretary Remembered far: Her pleasant smile Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Play Usher 3: Senior Assembly Cast 3: Senior Banquet Committee 3: Junior Assembly Cast 2: Junior Prom Committee 2: Hi-Eye Business Staff 3: Homeroom Oflicer 3: Girls' Sports Club 3: Radio Club 2: "N" Club Circus l. R. JON MUNSHOWER "Munch" H. R. l8 General Secret Ambition: Live in the South Seas Career: College Remembered for: His '46 Ford Commencement Usher 2: Operation Ofiice 3: Soccer J. V. l, 2: Varsity 3: Basketball J, V, l: "N" Club l, 2, 3, ROBERT T. MONTAGUE, JR. ,.Tay,, H. R. 12 Academic Secret Ambition: To be rich, wise, and successful Career: Physical therapist Remembered for: Freckles Congress 'l, 2, 3: Senior Play Com- mittee 3: Junior Assembly Commit- tee 2: Junior Prom Committee 2: Hi-Eye Literary Staff l, 2, 3: Color Guard 3: Soccer J. V. l, 2: Golf 3: Homeroom Officer 2: "N" Club T, 2, 3: Key Club l, 2, 3: Press Club I. ANTHONY MUSCARELLI "Muslry" H. R. 21 General Secret Ambition: To own Bargain City Career: Army Golf 2, 3: Spice Representative 3. JUDITH ANN MYERS 'Judy' H. R, 39 General Secret Ambition: To become an air-line hostess Career: Telephone operator Remembered for: Her big brown eyes Library Stal? 3: Homeroom Officer 3. PAUL W. NAGELE H. R. 59 Academic Secret Ambition: lt's still a secret Career: Science Remembered for: His briefcase Scribbler Staff I: Banking OFIicer 3: Scribbler Representative I, 2: Ama- teur Radio Club I, 2, 3: Proiection Club I: Science Club 2, 3. ARTHUR NECOWITZ HAH" H. R. 21 General Secret Ambition: To be a meteorol- ogist Career: Accountant DOUGLAS LEROY NAGY HDOUQH H. R. 43 Business Education Secret Ambition: To be a genuine Cassanova Career: Certified Public Accountant Remembered for: His big muscles Band 1, 2, 3: Orchestra 'l, 2: Valley Forge Area Band I, 2, 3. KENNETH E. NEIMAN, JR. "Ken" H. R. I2 Academic Secret Ambition: To drive a Mas- seratti in the Grand Prix Career: U. S. Air Force Remembered for: Always having his homework done on time Band I, 3: Orchestra I, 2: Dance Band I, 3: Homeroom Officer 3: Bowling Club 2. PATRICIA A. NERLINO 'fPqr'f H, R, AI Academic Secret Ambition: To have 500 closets filled with the latest fashions Career: Undecided Remembered for: Being a cheer- leader Congress I, 2, 3: Junior Assembly Cast 2: Oratorical Contest I, 2: Cheerleading il, 2, 3: Homeroam Officer 2, 3: Hi-Eye Representative I, 2, 3: Debate Club I: Press Club I: Senior Assembly Cast 3. i f Q-AE LINDA F. NEWBY "un" H, R. 32 Business Education Secret Ambition: To see Fords beat Chevys at the drags Career: Secretary Remembered for: Her slanted eyes Council 2, 3: Senior Play Committee 3: Junior Pram Committee 2: Hame- room Officer 2: Mask 8. Wig Club 2: Public Speaking Club I: Dramatics Club I. M BONNIE SUSAN OWENS H. R. 65 Academic Secret Ambition: To head the United States' delegation at the United Nations Career: To attend college Remembered for: Her brown hair and eyes Council I5 Senior Play Cast 35 Senior Assembly Committee 35 Senior Ban- quet Committee 35 Senior Prom Committee 35 Junior Assembly Com- mittee 25 Junior Prom Committee 25 Hi-Eye Literary Staff 2, 35 Flower L Hobby Show Usher 25 Hockey J. V, l, Varsity 25 Tennis Varsity I, 2, 35 Homeroom Officer 2, 35 Girls' Leaders Club 2, 35 Girls' Sports Club 'l5 Historians Club l, 2, 35 Press Club lg Community Concert Usher 2, 3. STEVEN LINN NORCROSS "Narlr" H- R- 21 General Career: Air Force Remembered for: His car Congress 2, 3. ELIZABETH LOUISE OERTEL HBEHYH H. R. 4 Business Education Secret Ambition: To take a trip to Europe Career: Secretary Remembered for: Her willingness to help others Junior Prom Committee 25 Library Staff 25 Scribbler Staff 25 Homeroom Officer 35 Library Club 25 Quill Club 25 Hi-Eye Typist 3. RALPH S. PALATUCCI "Ricky" H. R. 63 Academic Secret Ambition: To get a date with Miss Wexler Career: Pharmacist Remembered for: Walking to classes with Barbara Junior Assembly Cast 25 Junior Prom Committee 25 Senior Banquet Committee 35 Senior Prom Commit- tee 3: Senior Assembly Cast 35 A Cappella Choir 25 Christmas Pageant 25 Flower 8. Hobby Show Winner 25 Soccer Varsity 35 Track J, V. l, Varsity 2, 35 Banking Offi- cer 35 Amateur Radio Club l, 25 Scuba Diving Club 25 Key Club 3. JEANNE F. NICHOLS "Jean" H. R. T7 Business Education Secret Ambition: To travel to Eu- rope before she is 21 Career: As a secretary Remembered for: Her funny laugh Historians Club 'l5 "N" Book Club 2. JACOB V. NYCE "Smiley" H. R. 16 General Secret Ambition: To fix automo- biles Career: Engineering Remembered for: His fancy clothes Junior Assembly Cast 25 Manager of Baseball 2, 35 Manager of Basket- ball 35 Homeroom Officer 15 Game Club 2. JEAN D. OULTON "Jean" H. R. 22 General Secret Ambition: To find a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow Career: Legal secretary Remembered for: Her quiet smile Congress 2, 35 A Cappella Choir 25 Junior Choir l5 Christmas Pageant l, 25 Spring Festival l, 25 Girls' Chorus I, 25 Flower 8. Hobby Show Usher 25 Hi-Eye Representative 15 Future Nurses Club l5 Swimming Club 25 Senior Play Usher 3. JOHN R. NONEMAKER "Bob" H, R, 59 General Secret Ambition: Ta be a sky driver Career: As an accountant or teacher Remembered for: Always eating candy Senior Play Committee 35 Manager of X-Country 35 Dance Club 35 His- torians Club 35 Travel Club 2. fr- JANE E. PALMER 'Janie H. R. 59 General Secret Ambition: To graduate from Centenary Junior College Career: As an interior decorator Remembered for: Her wardrobe of strange glasses Congress l, 2, 3, Senior Play Corn- rnittee 3, Junior Assembly Cost 2, Junior Pram Committee 2, Girls' Sports Club l, 3, Writers' Club 3. CAROLE LOUISE PARKER H. R, 2 Academic Career: Study psychology in col- lege Remembered for: Her pony tail Congress 2, 3, Junior Assembly Cast 2, Juniar Prom Committee 2, May Day Pageant l, 2, Scribbler Staff i, Hockey J. V. l, Varsity 2, Bas- ketball J. V. lg Homeroom Otticer 3, Spice Representative 2, Debate Club l, Girls' Sports Club l, Radio Club l, 2, Community Concert Usher 2, 3, Senior Class Secretary, Farewell Dance Committee l, Senior Assem- bly 3, SALLY ANN PAULHAMUS "SalIy'f H. R. ll Business Education Secret Ambition: To wear sneakers Career: Receptionist Remembered for: Her wit A Cappella Chair l, Christmas Pageant l, Girls' Chorus l, Travel Club 2. MARK R. PECHARO "Melvin" H. R. 37 General Secret Ambition: To get married Career: Weight lifting Remembered for: His curly hair Homeroom Otlicer 2. fm CHARLOTTE ANN PARRISH H. R. 35 General Secret Ambition: To visit Green wich Village Career: Airline hostess Remembered for: Her long red hair Congress l, 2, 3, Operation Office 3: Homeroom Omcer 3- "N" Book Club 2 3 FRANCIS PASKEL Buck R General Secret Ambition T be a fi pianist and organist Career College Junior Choir l Christmas Pagea t l Astronomy Club 2 Travel Club Science air 2 Art and Music Festival l "nr SHIRLEY J. PENTZ 'Shrrl' H. R. 33 General Secret Ambition: To marry a mil- Iionaire Career: To be a nurse Remembered for: Her blonde hair Flower 8- Hobby Show U.her l, Fu- ture Nurses Club l, 2, PATRICIA ANN PERKINS I U, . . General Secret Ambition: To be Mrs, Cary Grant Career: Join the service and later get married Remembered tor: Her smallness Operation Office 3. LORIZEL PFLEGER "Lori" H. R. 4 Academic Secret Ambition: To be the first lady President Con the moonl Career: Nurse Remembered for: Her crazy Eng- lish Council 3, Senior Play Committee 3: Junior Assembly Committee 3: Jun- ior From Committee 2, Hi-Eye Busi- ness Stoft l, 2, 3, Hi-Eye Repre- sentative 2, 3: Travel Club l. JAMES E. PHARR "Jed" H. R, 35 Academic Secret Ambition: To take a trip to California and Florida Career: Electronics Remembered tor: His good nature Baseball J. V. lg Checkers Club 3, Projection Club i. SARAH E. PLATT nsouytt H. R. I6 Academic Secret Ambition: To find out what Jack Parr is really like Career: Dental hygenist Remembered for: Her excellent Spanish enunciation!!! Congress l, 2, 3, Senior Banquet Committee 3: Senior Assembly Com- mittee 3g Senior Play Committee 3: Junior Assembly Cast 2g Junior Prom Committee 2: Spice literary Staff l, 2, 3: Flower 8. Hobby Show Usher lg Hockey J. V. l, 2: Home- room Oflicer l, 2: Spice Representa- tive l, 2: Homeraom Chaplain 3: "N" Club Circus l: Farewell Dance Committee l. PATRICIA LEE POWERS "Pat" H. R. 40 General Secret Ambition: To own a yacht Career: To become a secretary Remembered far: Her short blonde hair Council 3, Senior Play Committee 35 Senior Prom Committee 3, Senior Banquet Committee 3: Junior Prom Committee 2: Manager of Hockey lg Spice Representative 2, 3, Hi-Eye Representative 3, 'N" Book Club l. SALLY-ANN PERRY "Sally" H. R. 3 Academic Secret Ambition: To find happie ness, adventure, and love Career: In medicine Remembered as: The only girl in her physics class Junior Pram Committee 2: Flower E- Hobby Shaw Usher 2, Debate Club l, 3: Mask 8: Wig Club 2, Writers' Club 2. SUZANNE R. PETACCIO ttsuen H. R. 29 Business Education Secret Ambition: To inherit a for- tune Career: A clerical worker Remembered for: Her lang dark hair Homeroom Ofticer 2: Banking Officer l, 2: "N" Book Club 2. STANLEY J. PIZIAK H- R- 9 General Secret Ambition: To drive a red Corvette Career: To own Penn Fruit Congress 3: Band l, 2: Soccer J. V. 2, Varsity 3: Golf 2: Homeraom Officer 2, 3. ROGER PLACE "Rage" H. R. 16 Academic Secret Ambition: To own a new red Corvette Career: To attend Gettysburg Col- lege Remembered for: His ivy clothes Council 3, Soccer J. V. l, 2: Soccer Varsity 3, Swimming J. V. 2, Tennis J. V, 2: Astronomy Club lp "N" Club l, 2, 3: Swimming Club 2. WILLIAM FRANK RABUCK "Bill" H. R, 35 Academic Secret Ambition5 To get tickets for the '60 World Series Career: Research chemist Remembered for: His clean block shoes and flattop Senior Play Cast 35 Junior Assembly Committee 25 Junior Prom Commit- tee 25 Hi-Eye Literary Stott 2, 35 Checkers Club 2: Historians Club 25 Press Club I5 Radio Club 35 Re- ligions of the World Club 3. DORIS PREBLE Pretzel H R 29 General Secret Ambition- To marry Q mil. lionaire Career: Office work Remembered as: Being very funny Junior Choir 3, Christmas Pageant 3, Library Staff 3, Operation Office 25 Flower 8- Hobby Show Ushrr lg N' Book Club 2 LINNEA PATRICIA RAINE H. R. I Academic Secret Ambition: To have every- one's hopes and expectations fulfilled Career: In the held of art Remembered for: Her determina- tion and indiscriminatory na- ture Senior Banquet Committee 35 Senior Prom Committee 35 Senior Assembly Cast 3: Senior Play Committee5 Council 35 Junior Assembly Cast 25 Junior Assembly Committee 25 Junior Prom Committee 25 Spice Literary Stafif 2, 35 Flower 8. Hobby Shaw Usher I, 25 Community Concert Usher 35 Senior Play Usher 35 Scribe bler Staff I5 Hockey J. V. I, 2, Var- sity 3: Manager of Tennis I, 2, 35 Farewell Dance Committee I5 "N" Club Circus I5 Debate Club I5 Girls' Sports Club I, 2. thi qw ELIZABETH ANNE RAMBO "Bets" H. R. 34 Business Education Secret Ambition: To have o date with Paladin Career. Private Secretary Remembered for- Her pretty hair Junior Assembly Cast 2, Senior As- sembly Cast 35 Home room Officer 3: N Book Club 2: Red Cross Club lp Sewers Club I. ELLEN M. QUIETMEYER Oolie H. R. 29 Academic Secret Ambition1 To get a girl sports referee license Career: As a physical education teacher Remembered for: Being called 'Froggy" by some certain people Senior Prom Committee 35 Junior As- sembly Committee 25 Junior Prom Committee 25 Hockey J. V. I5 Var' sity 2, 35 Basketball J, V, I, Var' sity 2, 35 Tennis J. V. I, 2, Varsity 35 Homeroom Omcer 35 Girls' Lead' ers Club 2, 35 Future Teachers of America Club I. ..-n-nal: GEORGE P. RAKER "Sunny" H. R. I4 Industrial Career: As a carpenter Senior Play Committee 35 Senior Pram Committee 35 Checkers Club 2. DIANNE E. RAUDENBUSH Dianne" H. R. 23 Business Education Secret Ambition: To pass all her exams with As Career: To be a secretary Remembered for: Her big brown eyes and sweet personality Counci' 3, Operation Office 3. ARCHIE C. RAMBO "Arch" H, R. 40 General Secret Ambition: To be rich Career: Air Force Remembered as: The romantic type Basketball J. V. 1, Varsity 35 Buse- boll Varsity 35 Homeroom Omcer 3: Key Club I, 2, 3. LAWRENCE G. REED, JR. "Larry" H. R. 60 Academic Secret Ambition: To have a wife that looks like Elizabeth Taylor Career: Successful lawyer Remembered for: His saying, "You're trying to tell me some- thing!" and his love of Shakes- peare Senior Assembly Committee 3: Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Play Cast 3: Senior Play Committee 3: Junior Prom Committee 2: Junior Assembly Committee 2: Farewell Dance Committee I: Congress I, 2, 3: Oratorical Contest 2, 3: District Finalist Original Oration 2: State Finalist Original Oration 2: Orien- tation Speaker 2: Commencement Usher 2: Flower 8. Hobby Show Aide 2: Scribbler Staff I: Homeroom Offi- cer 3: Homeroom Chaplain 2: Science Fair l: Debate Club I, 2: Radio Club 2, 3: Writers' Club 2, 3. CHARLES G. REINL "Rein" H. R. 34 General Secret Ambition: To get rich quick Remembered for: His cool hair Banking Officer I, 2: Proiection Club 2. SAN DRA L. REX Uscndytt H. R. I Academic Secret Ambition: To have a difter- ent set of clothes for every day of the year Career: Biology or physical edu- cation teacher Remembered for: Her quietness Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Play Committee 3: Junior Assembly Cast 2: Junior Prom Committee 2: A Cappella Choir I: Christmas Pageant I, 2: Hockey J. V. I: Swim- ming Varsity 2, 3: Tennis J. V. 3: Cheerleading l, 2, 3: Homeroom Officer 3: Hi-Eye Representative 2, 3: Girls' Sports Club 2: Radio Club 2, 3: "N" Club Circus I, 2: Senior Banquet Committee 3. RICHARD L. RILEY "Rich" H. R. 23 Academic Secret Ambition: Ta make bigger and better hydrogen-oxygen bombs in the chemistry lab Career: Veterinary medicine Remembered for: His explosions in the chemistry lab Senior Play Committee 3: Junior As- sembly Cast 2: Junior Assembly Committee 2: Commencement Usher 2: Science Fair Committee I, 2, 3: Scribbler Representative I, 2: Science Club 2, 3. KEITH A. REICHENBACH H. R. 3 Academic Secret Ambition: To see what makes Mr. Pappas "tick" Career: Engineer, teacher, or minister Remembered for: His good sense of humor Council I, 2, 3, President: Junior Assembly Cast 2: Flower 8. Hobby Show Winner I: Scribbler Staff I: Science Fair Committee 2: Checkers Club 3: Science Club 2: Travel Club I: Key Club 3. PAUL H. REIMEL "Buck" H. R. 9 General Secret Ambition: To graduate Career: To get a iob KATHY REINER Hxmhyn H. R. 22 General Secret Ambition: To graduate from Central Technical Institute Career: As an airline hostess Remembered for: Wearing sneak- ers in the cafeteria Hi-Eye Representative 2, 3: Banking Officer 2: Swimming Club I, 2: Spice Assembly Usher 2: Senior Play Usher 3. 'il q-' in-w iff, ELIZABETH RITTENHOUSE Hsersyt, H. R. 38 General Secret Ambition: To be happy and successful with no worries Career: College, then future medi- cal secretary Remembered for: Being 59 inches of fun Senior Play Committee 3: Senior As- sembly Cast 3: Junior Assembly Cast 2: Junior Prom Committee 2: Flower L Hobby Show Usher 2: Basketball 3: Homeroom Ofticer 3: Girls' Sports Club 2, 3: Writers' Club 3: Hi-Eye Typist 3: "N" Club Circus I. TODD RITTEN HOUSE "Todd" H. R. 46 Industrial Secret Ambition: To become a mil- lionaire Career: Plans to become a me- chanic Remembered for: His modified T940 Fords JANET MAE ROBERTS "Jennie Mae" H. R. 37 Academic Secret Ambition: To travel the world in 80 days Career: History maior in college and then teaching Remembered for: Her peaches and cream complexion Congress l, 2, 3: Senior Banquet Committee 3: Senior Assembly Cast 3: Senior Prom Committee 3: Junior Assembly Cost 2: Junior Prom Com- mittee 2: Spice Literary Staff l, 2, 3: Homeroom Ofhcer 3: Hi-Eye Repre- sentative 2. ANGELA M. ROMANO "Angie" H. R. 43 Business Education Secret Ambition: To own a white Cadillac convertible Career: Secretary Remembered for: Her green eyes and pretty smile Council 3: Senior Play Committee 3: Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Banquet Committee 3: Senior As- sembly Cast 3: Flower 8. Hobby Show Usher 2: Spice Representa- tive 2, 3: Hi-Eye Representative 2, 3. ELMER H. ROMEIS "Boucl'iee" H. R. 58 Business Education Secret Ambition: A late date with Brigitte Bardot Career: Certified Public Account- ant Remembered as: Our football cap- tain Council 2: Junior Prom Committee 2: Senior Assembly 3: Commence- ment Usher 2: "N" Club Circus l: Football J. V. l, Varsity 2, 3: Wres- tling J. V. l, Varsity 2, 3: Track J. V. l, 2, Varsity 3: Homeroom Omcer 2, 3: "N" Club l, 2, 3: Key Club 2, 3: Radio Club 2. MARY M. ROMANO "Marg" H. R. l7 Business Education Secret Ambition: To have a date with Riclmy Nelson Career: As a secretary Remembered as: Just being one of the crowd Junior Assembly Cast 2: Scribbler Staff l: Hi-Y Club l: Mask 8. Wig Club 2. RUTH ANN ROSHONG H. R. 40 Academic Secret Ambition: To wake up some morning with naturally curly hair Career: English teacher Remembered for: Her crazy clothes on initiation day Congress l, 2, 3: Senior Play Cast 3: Junior Assembly Committee 2: Junior Prom Committee 2: Oratori- cal Contest l: Homeroom Omcer 3: Homemalmers Club l. GEORGINE N. ROUGHTON H. R. 55 General vw. Ii: CAROL ANN ROWAN H. R. l3 General Secret Ambition: Get rid of all school buses Career: As an interior decorator Remembered for: Her long finger- nails Homeroom Oficer 3: Astronomy Club l, 2, 3. HELEN RUOFF H. R. 5 Business Education Secret Ambition: "Frank Sinatra- croon me a special tune." Career: Business field Remembered for: Her light wavy hair and dark eyes Senior Assembly Cast 3: Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Banquet Committee 3: Senior Play Committee 3: Junior Assembly Cast 2: Junior Prom Committee 2: Flower 8. Hobby Show Usher 2: Homeroom Omcer 2, 3: Hi-Eye Representative ly Girls' Leaders Club 2, 35 Scribbler Typist I, 2: Hi-Eye Typist 3: "N" Club Circus l: Homemaking Club l, JOYCE E. ROWAN ,tloycetf H. R. 46 Business Education Secret Ambition: To shop around the world Career: Clerical work Remembered for: Her naturally curly hair and turned-up nose Senior Play Committee 3: Spice Representative 2: Hi-Eye Representa- tive 2, 3: "N" Book Club 2: Red Cross Club lp Sewers Club T. C. EDWIN RUSSELL ,,Ed,, H. R. 22 Academic Secret Ambition: To own a Mer- cedes Benz 30O SLR Career: College Remembered for: His red hair Track Varsity 3: Homeroom Officer 3. RICHARD L. RUNYAN 'fofcia' H. R, 5 Technical Secret Ambition: To own and drive a Mercedes Benz Career: U. S. Air Force Remembered lor: His mighty tall frame crowned with a flat top Band I: Orchestra I: Soccer Varsity 3: Rifle Club 2. CHARLES SANTANGELO "Ton" H. R. 38 General Secret Ambition: To drive in the Indianapolis 500 Career: Accounting Remembered for: His '59 Plymouth Junior Pram Committee 2: Com- mencement Usher 2: Flower 8- Hobby Show Winner I: Banking Oflicer 3: Proiection Club I, PATRICIA A. SALAMONE "Pat" H. R. 9 Business Education Career: Hairdresser Remembered for: Her sweet and wonderful personality Hi-Eye Business Staff 'I, 2. DONNA LEE SANTILLO "Donna" H. R. 44 Academic Secret Ambition: To be the cap- tain of the cheerleading team at West Point Career: Nursing Remembered for: Her sweet smile Council 1, 2: Congress 2, 3: Senior Play Committee 3: Junior Prom Com- mittee 2: Flower B Hobby Show Usher 3: Girls' Sports Club 3: Radio Club 2: Junior Assembly Usher 2: Future Nurses Club I: Class Treas- urer: Science Fair 2: Office Assist- ant 2. SALVATORE SALAMON E "Tut" H. R. ll Academic Secret Ambition: To own a bunk Career: Engineering Remembered for: Shooting pool Congress 2. 3: Scuba Diving Club 2. rf, if fm fp "!'n-'S JAMES R. SAUER "Jim" H. R. l General FRANCES H. SCHALL "Francie" H. R. 44 General Secret Ambition: To graduate from Lankenau School of Nursing Career: Nursing Remembered for: Her wonderful sense of humor Congress l, 2, 3: Senior Play Com- mittee 31 Junior Assembly Cast 2, Committee 2: Junior Prom Commit- tee 2: A Cappella Choir l, 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 1, 2: Christmas Pageant l, 2, 3: Library Stott 'l: Flower 8. Hobby Show Usher 3: Flower 8. Hobby Show Winner 2: Homeroom Officer l, 2, 3: Sewers Club 3: Library Club l. ji THELMA MARIE SCHOTT H. R. T4 Business Education Secret Ambition: To travel Career: Legal Secretary Remembered for: Her big brown eyes Hameroom Chaplain 2, 3: Hi-Eye Typist 3. DONALD M. SCHRECK "Don" H. R. 55 General Secret Ambition: To be a success Career: Physical therapist Remembered tor: Going to school Congress 2: Football J. V. T, 2: Spice Representative 2: Hi-Eye Rep- resentative 2: 4-H Club 1. SUSAN AN N SC HATZ ffsuen H. R. 33 Academic Secret Ambition: To be the first woman F.B.I. agent Career: Medical technologist Remembered for: Her pleasant smile and personality Council 2, 3: Junior Assembly Com- mittee 2: Junior Prom Committee 2: Hockey J. V. 'l, 2, Varsity 3: Bas- ketball J. V. 1, 2, Varsity 3: Tennis J. V, 2: Homeraom Oliicer 3: Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Assembly Committee 3: Girls' Leaders Club 2, 3: Rifle Club 'l. GEORGE H. SCHIELE H. R. 44 Business Education Secret Ambition: To stamp out SpeelhoHer's Chevy Career: To own a business of his own Remembered for: The white Ford convertible Junior Pram Committee 2: Flower 81 Hobby Show Usher 3: Hameroom Officer J: Rifle Club l: Traffic Club 2. RICHARD E. SCHULTZ "Bird" H. R. T7 General Secret Ambition: To be the best tennis player in the world Career: Physical education teacher Remembered far: Being the high school mascot Junior Assembly Cast 2: A Cap- pella Choir l: Christmas Pageant l: Soccer Varsity 3: Wrestling J. V. l: Tennis Varsity 2, 3: Baseball J. V. l: "N" Club 2, 3. KATHLEEN SERGIO "Cassie" H. R. 15 Business Education Secret Ambition: To go to Florida Career: Secretarial position Remembered tor: Her blonde hair Senior Play Committee 3: Flower 8 Hobby Show Usher 2. ROBERT M. SHAW "sob" H. R. 4l Academic Secret Ambition: To build a Ford power dragster Career: Mathematics teacher Remembered for: His curly hair Junior Choir 1: Christmas Pageant l: Homeroom Officer 'l: Historians Club l. f me ...nlafi PAUL SHELLENBERGER, JR. "Shelly" H. R. 61 General Secret Ambition: To be an arche- ologist Career: Big league pitcher Remembered lor: His math ability Football J. V. l, 2: Wrestling Var- sity l: Baseball J. V. l, Varsity 2, 3: Homeroom Officer 3: "N" Club 2, 3: Key Club 2, 3. 'Qtr MARLENE F. SINGLETON H, R. 36 Business Education Secret Ambition: To find out if the fortune teller was telling her the truth Career: Secretary Remembered for: Her long blonde hair Senior Play Committee 3: Senior Banquet Committee 3: Senior Prom Committee 3: Correspondence Club 1: Home Crafts Club l. GIRARD S. SISCA njerryt, H. R. 65 Academic Secret Ambition: To pass physics Career: Mathematical research Remembered for: His saying, "Don't panic!" Congress l, 2, 3: Senior Assembly Cast 3: Senior Prom Committee 3: Junior Assembly Cast 2: Junior Prom Committee 2: Boys' Chorus 1: Christmas Pageant l: Commence- ment Usher 2: Scribbler Staff l: Soccer J. V. l: Soccer Varsity 2, 3: Homeroom Officer 2: Astronomy Club 2, 3. JOEL H. SHANNON H. R. 36 General Secret Ambition: "It's still a secret" Historians Club l. HARRY F. SHULTZ H. R. 23 Industrial ELSIE LILLIAN SHAW HH.. H. R. 7 General Secret Ambition: To travel Career: Telephone operator Remembered far: Her blue eyes and brown hair A Cappella Choir 3: Junior Chair 2: Christmas Pageant l, 2, 3: Girls' Chorus l: Library Stal? 'l, 2, 3: Flower 8. Hobby Show Winner l: Red Cross Club 3. LANA D. SIGNOROVITCH "Banana" H. R. 61 Business Education Secret Ambition: Travel around the world Career: Secretary Remembered for: Her ponytail Hockey J. V. l, 2, Varsity 3: Base ketball J. V. I, Varsity 2, 3: Ten- nis J. V. l, Varsity 2, 3: Homeroom Ofiicer 2, 3: Girls' Sports Club 2, 3 Tri HiY Club l 2 Qing JAY F. SMITH "Smittyf' H. R. 59 Academic Secret Ambition: To pass physics with an A Career: Engineer Remembered far: His nonchalant manner Junior Prom Committee 2: Band I, 2, X-Country Varsity 2, 3: Wres- tling J. V. I, Varsity 2, 3, Home- room Oflicer 3. JANIS E. SLAYTON "Jan" H. R. I3 Business Education Secret Ambition: To get married Career: Secretary Remembered for: Her pretty eyes and nutty personality HifEye Literary Stal? I, 2: Spellers Club I, 2: Swimming Club 2. PRISCILLA M. SMITH "Cissy" H. R. 56 General Secret Ambition: To have people like her Career: Office work and home- maker Remembered for: Her friendly dis- position Basketball J. V. 'ly Hi-Eye Repre- sentative 3: Modern Living Club I: Bridge Club 2. Q' 3' : WILLIAM H. SPEACHT "Bill" H. R. 55 General Secret Ambition: To be the Grst man to reach the moon Career: Navy Remembered for: Sleeping through six out of seven periods Commencement Usher 2: HOTTISYOOVYI Omcer 3: Stage Club l, 2, 3: "N" Club Circus I. RUTH ANN SMILEY "Iceberg" H. R. I4 Academic Secret Ambition: Live in Green' wich Village Career: College Remembered for: Reading books on Russian philosophy Congress 2, 3: Senior Play Commit- tee 3, Junior Assembly Cast 2: Junior Prom Committee 2, A Cape pella Choir 3: Junior Choir lp Christmas Pageant I, 3: Operation Office 3, Girls' Ensemble I, Flower 8. Hobby Show Usher 2: Homeroom Oflicer 3: Hi-Y Club 2. 6: FRANCIS SMONDROSKI "Franny" H. R. 56 General Secret Ambition: To be a Mouse- keteer Career: To make money Remembered lar: Always having a pencil on his ear NANCY PATRICIA SPEAKER "Nanc" H. R. I4 Business Education Secret Ambition: To get some sleep Career: To be an executive secre- tary Remembered for: Her pretty wavy brown hair Senior Play Committee 3: Junior As' sembly Cast 25 Junior Prom Cam' mittee 2: A Cappella Choir 2, 3: Girls' Ensemble I, 2g Junior Choir lg Christmas Pageant I, 2, 3, Flower 8. Hobby Show Usher 2, 3, Girls' Sports Club 2, Mask 6. Wig Club 2, 3: Intramurals 2, 3. RICHARD W. SORBER H. R. 40 General Flower 8. Hobby Show Usher 2. 'rm- ix., CHARLES F. SPEELHOFFER "Speel" H. R. 44 General Secret Ambition: To stamp out Schiele's Ford Career: Electrician Remembered for: Being late for homeroom Junior Assembly Committee 2: Stage Club 2, 3: Rifle Club 1, 2. I If 4 3 4 ff' , li V 2 x A f ' DAVID LEE STEWART FRANKLIN H. STROUSE "Dave" "Mouse" H. R. 9 General H. R. 34 General Secret Ambition: To own a Cor- Secret Ambition: To have a bull Vette session with Khrushchev Career: Air Force 49'- Career: Music Remembered for: Being tall and slim Band l, 2, 3: Orchestra l, 2: Hise torians Club l: Stamp Club 2. SUSAN L. STUHLMULLER ,fsuen H, R. 60 Business Education Secret Ambition: To meet Paul Newman Career: Secretary Remembered for: Her teasing Senior Play Committee 3: Junior Prom Committee 2: Homeroom Of- ficer 2: Future Teachers Club 2. F. HARRY SPIESS H. R. I8 Academic Secret Ambition: To be vice-presi- dent of a large corporation Career: Industrial salesman Remembered for: The many incor- rect pronounciations of his last name Senior Play Cast 3: Junior Assem- bly Committee 2: Junior Prom Carn- mittee 2: Commencement Usher 2: Homeraom Officer 2: Debate Club l. KATHRYN E. STARR "Kathy" H. R. 59 Business Education Secret Ambition: To marry a doc- for Career: Junior college Remembered for: Her long brown hair Senior Play Committee 3: Junior Prom Committee 2: Spice Literary Staff 3: Ooeration Office 2, 3: Scrib- bler Staff 3: Spice Representative 3: Attendance Officer 2: "N" Book Club 2: Religions of the World Club 3. Qt" ANTHONY STAVENSKI "Tony" H. R. I5 General Secret Ambition: Sleep twenty- five hours uninterrupted Career: Game warden Remembered for: Weightlifting Rifle Club I. "mu, ic N ROSEMARY T. STUMPF "Rody" H. R. I8 Academic Secret Ambition: To send a can of "Rapid Shave" with direc- tions to Fidel Castro Career: Social work Remembered for: Her wonderful gift of friendliness Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Assembly Committee 3: Senior Play Committee 31 Hi-Eye Literary Staff 2, 3: A Cappella Choir 3: Band 2: Orchestra 2: Christmas Pageant 3: Homeroom Officer 3: Mask 5- Wig Club 3: Red Cross Club 3. ? DOROTHY E. STURGES HDOIIIEH H. R. 37 Academic Secret Ambition: To eat all the candy at Horton's Candy Store Career: Nursing Remembered for: Her talking in Spanish class Mask 8- Wig Club 2, Future Teach- ers Club I, Future Nurses Club 2. ARTHUR STURGEON "Art" H. R. I7 Academic DENNIS SULLIVAN Squeege Academic Secret Ambition To own and fly his own plane Career: College and then the Air Force Remembered for: Adiourning home room meetings Gym Club 2, Rifle Club I. KATHRYN J. TODD HKUMYH H. R. 55 General Secret Ambition: To be able to come to school in bermudas Career: Secretary and later mar- riage Remembered for: Her smooth page-boy Senior Prom Committee 3, Senior Banquet Committee 3, Senior As- sembly Cast 3, Senior Play Com- mittee 3, Congress 3, Junior As- sembly Cast 2, Committee 2, Junior Prom Committee 2, Flower 8. Hobby Show Winner 'l, Swimming J. V. I, Cheerleading I, 2, 3, Girls' Leaders Club I, 2, 3, Girls' Sports Club I, 2, Hi-Y Club I, 2, "N" Club Cir- cus I. JOSEPH H TATE oe Academic Secret Ambition To have the un derstandrng In Mr Melicks trrg c ass Career: Teaching Remembered for: Attempting to teach people how to play tennis Soccer J. V. 2, Varsity 3, Tennis J. V. I, Varsity 2, 3, Homeroom Ofticer 3, Radio Club 2, Writers' Club 2, Rifle Club 'I. STEPHANIE HOUCK TOTH "Stef" H. R. 5 Academic Secret Ambition: To be the top American dress designer Career: College maioring in cor- poration law or biology Remembered for: Her black hair and green eyes Senior Banquet Committee 3, Senior Play Cast 3, Junior Assembly Cast 2, Committee 2, Junior Prom Cam- mittee 2, Spice Literary Staff I, 2, 3, Flower 8. Hobby Show Usher 2, Scribbler Stal? I, Hi-Eye Representa- tive 3, Scribbler Representative I, 2. NANCY L. TOUCHTON uNan11 H. R. 2 Business Education Secret Ambition: To be a coun- selor at a summer camp Career: Secretary Remembered for: Hating to soy no to people Senior Play Committee 3, Junior As- sembly Cast 2, Senior Assembly Cast 3, Junior Choir I, Christmas Pageant I, Flower 81 Hobby Show Usher 3, Spring Music Festival I, Girls' Ensemble I, Hi-Eye Typist 3. WILSON PAUL TUCKER "Butch" H. R. I8 Academic Secret Ambition: To be an ad- miral in the U. S. Navy Career: Naval officer or mechan- ical engineer Remembered for: His expression, "Baby cakes" Congress I, 2, 3, Junior Assembly Committee 2, Junior Prom Commit- tee 2, Senior Assembly Cast 3, Commencement Usher 2, Operation Office 3, Scribbler Staff I, Farewell Dance Committee I, Soccer J. V. I, 2, Varsity 3, Wrestling Varsity I, 2, 3, Homeroom Officer 2, "N" Club I, 2, 3: "N" Club Speaker 2. . .ze-,, . A-ui GI . Q.. - ' 1, .. rig . I S . . Q 3 , .. ' -' . Wi: - 1 fi ,L E 6 'sr " Y 9' I ,.,. . ,. 5-I if ALICE VAN LANDEGHEM MAIN H. R. I8 Business Education Secret Ambition: To own a Ford Thunderbird Career: Cashier and marriage Remembered for: Being short Literary Staff I, 2, 3: Flower L Hobby Show Aide 2: Spice Repre- sentative 2: Banking Officer 2: At- tendance Officer 2, 3: Library Club l, 2: "N" Club Circus I. ANN ELIZABETH TYLER "Tillie" H. R. I7 Academic Secret Ambition: To meet Tab Hunter someday! Career: Nursing Remembered for: Saying, "Oh, that's O.K." Congress T, 2, 3: Senior Play Com- mittee 3: Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Assembly Committee 3: Sen- ior Banquet Committee 3: Junior Assembly Cast 2: Hi-Eye Literary Stat? 1, 2, 3: Press Club I: Tri-Hi-Y Club 2. BENJAMIN R. UNGERLEIDER "sen" H. R. 4 Academic Secret Ambition: To be a success- ful surgeon Career: Doctor Remembered for: His attentive- ness ? ? to Spanish Senior Banquet Committee 3: Senior Pram Committee 3: Junior Prom Committee 2: Spice Literary Staff I, 2, 3: Commencement Usher 2: Swim- ming J. V. 'lg Homeroam Officer 2, 3: Banking Officer 2, 3. CRAIG VICCHIO H. R. 56 General Secret Ambition: To retire at a young age Career: To own his own business Remembered for: His good per- sanality ROBERT F. TUTTLE "Farmer" H. R. 'I4 Industrial Trade Secret Ambition: To learn how to spell Career: Undecided Remembered for: His faithful serv- ices behind the curtains Tennis J. V. 2, Varsity 3: Banking Officer 2, 3: Stage Club I, 2, 3: Gym Club I. JOAN LOUISE TYSON "Jeanie" H. R. 63 Academic Secret Ambition: To sing a duet with Pat Boone Career: English teacher Remembered for: Her beautiful singing voice Senior Play Committee 3: Senior Assembly Cast 3: Junior Assembly Cast 2: Junior Prom Committee 2: Spice Business Staff 2: Flower 8. Hobby Show Usher 2: Farewell Dance Committee I: Community Concert Usher 3: Swimming J. V. 2, Varsity l, 3: Homeroom Omcer 3: Girls' Sports Club 2: Mask 8. Wig Club 2: "N" Book Club 3: Swim- ming Club l. ANTOINE VAN EERDEWEGH Hronyu H. R. 59 Industrial Trade Secret Ambition: To ga to Europe Career: Machinist or Navy Remembered for: His blond hair 'zvf' FRANK TUTURICE "Frankie" H. R. 9 General Secret Ambition: To ploy for a dance on the moon Career: Jazz drummer Remembered for: Being a good sport Bowling Club 2. -6' DOROTHY LOUISE VOGT "Dottie" H. R. l2 General Secret Ambition: To become a Navy nurse Career: Nursing Remembered for: Her winning smile Homeroom Officer 3: Attendance Ot- ticer 3: Future Nurses Club l, 2. THERESA MARY WARNER if-yerryt, H. R. 34 General Secret Ambition: To get married Career: To be a successful tele- phone secretary Remembered for: Her blonde hair and glasses Library Staff l, 2, 35 Flower 5- Hobby Show Winner lg Library Club l, 2, 31 Handworlc Club l. JOHN L. WAGNER Johnny" H. R. 22 Academic Secret Ambition: To drive an Aus- tin-Healey "Sprite" through the Hawaiian Islands with Zsa Zsa Gabor Career: Coast Guards then office work Remembered tor: A cool temper in typing class Council 31 Senior Ploy Committee 3: Junior Assembly Committee 2: Junior Prom Committee 2: Hi-Eye Business Stat? 2, 3, Commencement Usher 2: Senior Prom Committee 3: Manager of Baseball 2, 3: Spice Representae tive 2, Historians Club 2. MADELINE C. WATSON "Rusty" H, R, 40 General Secret Ambition: Get married and travel Career: Airline hostess Remembered for: Her short brown hair ond blue eyes Homemakers Club 2. ., AMY E. WALDMAN H, R, 3 Academic Secret Ambition: To do a swan dive from a parachute into a pool of pink champagne Career: Medical technology Remembered for: Her lang "mas- caroless" eyelashes Council 3, Senior Play Committee 35 Junior Assembly Cost 2, Junior As- sembly Committee 2: Junior Prom Committee 2: Spice Literary Stat? l, 2, 3: Oratorical Contest T, 2, 3: Library Staff lg Scribbler Staff 'lg Tennis J. V. 3: Homeroom Officer lg Spice Representative lg Voice of Democracy Contest l, 2. M. BRENT WALL "Nairobi" H. R. 42 Academic Secret Ambition: To pass 12th grade Career: The U. S. Navy Remembered for: Having fun with Mr. Long Congress 2, 3: Senior Assembly Cast 3: Junior Assembly Cast 2: Astron- omy Club 2, 3: Homeroom Ofticer 3. DAVID GERALD WATTERS 'fDave" H. R. I7 General Career: College major in forestry or agriculture Banking Officer 2. BARRY JAMES WEBB "Webby" H. R. 40 Industrial Secret Ambition: To drive o jet Career: Mechanic Remembered for: Never missing any days of school ROBERT WEINER ffsobff H. R. I4 Academic Secret Ambition: To retire a mil- lionaire at 2I Career: Aeronautics engineer Remembered for: The one and only Kaiser in school Band I: Swimming J. V. I, 2: Swim- ming Varsity 3: Scribbler Represen- tative I, 2, 3: Gym Circus I, 2. ai if ROBERT H. WELLER Hsobt. H. R. I4 Academic Secret Ambition: To own the largest sheep ranch in the East Career: Veterinarian Remembered for: His inability to dance and never having gone out with any girl Congress I: Soccer J. V. I, Var- sity 2, 3: Science Club 2, 3. DORIS ANN WENTZ "Darien H. R. 36 Business Education Secret Ambition: To greet Mr. Pap- pas with sneakers on Career: Receptionist Remembered for: Her pretty blue eyes and terrific personality Senior Play Committee 3: Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Assembly Committee 3: Senior Banquet Com- mittee 3: Junior Assembly Usher 2: Junior Prom Committee 2: Band I, 2, 3: Hi-Eye Representative 2: Game Club 2. LOIS M. WENTZEL Hloeyt. H. R. 3 Business Education Secret Ambition: To weigh I00 pounds Career: To be a private secretary Remembered for: Being 59'fh inches in height Congress I, 2, 3: Senior Prom Com- mittee 3: Senior Assembly Commit- tee 3: Senior Banquet Committee 3: Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Play Usher 3: Junior Assembly Cast 2: Juniar Prom Committee 2: Spice Business Stat? I, 2, 3: Homeroom Officer I, 2, 3: Hi-Eye Representa- tive 2, 3: Garden Club 2: Tri-Hi-Y Club I: Farewell Dance Commit- tee I. CHARLES WALTON WEBER "Charlie" H. R. 40 Academic Secret Ambition: To break the sound barrier in a '58 De Soto Career: Chemical engineering Remembered for: His iolly smile Senior Play Committee 3: Senior As- sembly Cast 3: Junior Assembly Cast 2: Manager of Baseball I, 2, 3: Historians Club I, 2: Banking Officer 2. CURTIS E. WEIGNER Hsunnytf H. R. 37 Academic Career: Agriculture Remembered for: His short red hair Soccer J. V. I: Wrestling J. V. 2, 3: Stamp Club I, 2. ..-14 RICHARD IRVIN WELLS H. R. 4I Academic Secret Ambition: To own his own farm Career: Dairy farming Remembered for: Cuttin'-up in band Senior Play Committee 3: Senior Prom Committee 3: Junior Assembly Committee 2: District Bond I, 2, 3: Bond I, 2, 3: Orchestra l, 2, 3: Valley Forge Area Band I, 2, 3. BONNIE WENDEL nsonu H. R. 35 Business Education Secret Ambition: To see Mr. Pap- pas wearing sneakers and chew- ing gum in class Career: Off to college next year Remembered for: Her New York accent Senior Play Committee 3: Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Banquet Committee 3: Junior Prom Commit- tee 2: Hi-Eye Business Staff 2: A Cappella Choir I, 2: Girls' Chorus I, 2: Spring Music Festival I, 2: Christmas Pageant I, 2: Flower 8 Hobby Show Usher I: Tennis J. V. 3. 'K s. iff' VIOLA ELIZABETH WHITE "Violet" H. R. 43 General Secret Ambition: To travel Career: Clerk typist Remembered lor: Her dreamy eyes and long hair Senior Prom Committee 3: Knitting Club I: Red Cross Club 2. VIRGINIA M. WESLER 'Ginny" H. R. 46 General Secret Ambition: To join the Navy Career: Housewife Remembered for: Her long hair Homeroom Otilicer 3. BRENDA S. WHITELY "Susie" H. R. 65 General Secret Ambition: To become an expert typist Career: Typist or dental assistant Remembered for: Her bubbling personality Spice Representative 2: Banking Ot- ficer 3. f '-'B '1"".7 GLORIA WIEDOFF "Bunlcy" H. R. 44 Business Education Secret Ambition: To go to Hawaii Career: Secretary Remembered for: Her pleasant sense af humor Council 3: Senior Prom Committee 3: Junior Prom Committee 2, Junior Choir I, Christmas Pageant 'lg Spring Festival I: Girls' Chorus I: Discussion Club 2. DAVID CRAIG WETZEL "Dave" H. R. 59 Academic Career: Electronical engineering Football J. V. I, 2, Varsity 3: Bas- ketball J. V. I, Homeroom Ofticer 3, Amateur Radio Club I, 2: Science Club 2. JERILYN MAE WHITELY "Jerry" H. R. 34 General Secret Ambition: To travel to the South Pacific Islands Career: Practical nursing Remembered for: Her fair com- plexion and quiet ways Library Staff 3, Red Cross Club I, Handcrotts Club I, 2. JANE IONE WILLARD H. R. I5 General Senior Banquet Committee 3, Senior Prom Committee 3: Junior Prom Committee 2, Homeraom Omcer I, 27 Attendance Omcer I, 2, 3, Dis' cussion Club 2. JEAN WIEDINMYER "Wiener" H. R. 61 General Secret Ambition: To be on the U. S. hockey team Career: Elementary teaching Remembered for: Her shy charm Congress I, 2, 3: Junior Prom Com- mittee 2, Hi-Eye Literary Stott 2, 3, Flower Bt Hobby Show Winner I, Hockey Varsity I, 2, 3: Basketball J. V, I, 2, Varsity 35 Homeraom Oflicer 2: Hi-Eye Representative I, 2: Girls' Leaders Club 2, 3, Press Club I. 'ii DAVID M. WILLIAMS "Dave" H. R. 55 General Secret Ambition: To learn to print money so well that the Govern- ment won't be able to catch I-im Career: Undecided Remembered for: Marching on the field incorrectly in the marching band for three years Band I, 2, 3: Orchestra 2: Home- raam Officer 3: Banking Omcer 3. 'W -r"""'r SUSAN R. WILLIAMS "Susie" H. R. 7 General Secret Ambition: To go to classes on roller-skates Career: To be become a nurse and always be happy Remembered for: Her shyness?? Senior Play Committee 3: Senior As- sembly Cast 3: Senior Prom Com- mittee 3: Senior Banquet Committee 3: Junior Assembly Cast 2: Junior Prom Committee 2: Junior Choir I: Christmas Pageant I: Girls' Chorus I: Flower B. Hobby Shaw Usher 2: Flower 8- Hobby Show Winner I, 2: Girls' Sports Club 2: Radio Club 3: "N" Club Circus I. 'I' 'ld ROBERTA F. WOELFLE "Bobbie" H. R. 63 Business Education Secret Ambition: To own a l96l Cadillac convertible Career: Dental assistant Remembered for: Her sophisticated streaks of gray hair Girls' Swimming Club l, 2. C. BARRY WOOD "Woody" H. R. 4l General Secret Ambition: To fly jets to the moon Career: College and the service Remembered for: His height Banking Officer 31 Bowling Club 2. DONNA KAY WILLIAMS "Donna" H. R. 41 Business Education Secret Ambition: To be private secretary to the head officer at Annapolis Career: Secretary in a law office Remembered for: Her pretty eyes Council 3: Hi-Eye Business Stal? I, 2, 3: Travel Club 'l. NANCY EVELYN WILLIAMS "Nan" H. R. 9 General Secret Ambition: To marry a mil- lianaire and have twelve children Career: Nursery school teaching Remembered for: Her ponytail Junior Pram Committee 2: Radio Club 2, 3: Red Cross Club I. PATRICIA A. WILLIAMS "Pot" H. R. 7 General Secret Ambition: To meet Ahmad Jamal in person Career: To be an Army nurse Remembered for: Her crazy laugh Senior Play Committee 3: Basketball Varsity 3: Dance Club 3. 4... fr- DOROTHY ANNE wooo HDOHIQI' H. R. 63 Business Education Secret Ambition: To be a million- aire's secretary Career: Secretarial field Remembered for: Her sense of humor Senior Prom Committee 3: "N" Book Club 2: Red Cross Club l. uhh Z""'Qv 'Mm-1 JOYCE JANET WOOD H. R. 65 Business Education Secret Ambition: To wear sneakers in the cafeteria Career: Secretary Remembered for: Her long tinger- nails Flower 81 Hobby Show Winner 1: Homeroom Omcer 3: Garden Club 1: Religions of the World Club 2. ff Ili. gi SARAH ELIZABETH WOOD 'Sallie H, R. 15 Academic Secret Ambition: "Meet President Eisenhower" Career: ln music Remembered lor: Chaos in English class Congress 2, 3: Class President 2, 3: Senior Banquet Committee 3: Senior Prom Committee 3: Senior Play Cast 3: Senior Assembly Committee 3: Hi'Eye Literary Staff 2, 3: A Cap- pella Choir 1, 2, 3: Christmas Pageant 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 1, 2: Junior Assembly Committee 2: Ora- torical Contest 1, 2, 3: Community Concert Usher 2, 3: Science Fair 2, 3: Times Herald Reporter 2: Ten- nis Varsity 1, 2, 3: Cheerleading 1, 2, 3: Homeroom Ol'Ticer 1, 2: Girls' Leaders Club 2, 3: Girls' Sports Club 1: Press Club 1. DALE W. WOODLAND H859 DH H. R. 32 General Secret Ambition: To drive an Impala to the moon Career: Engineering Remembered lor: His cool sense of humor Proiection Club 1: Photography Club 2. CHARLES W. YETTER, Ill "Chet" H. R. 11 General Secret Ambition: To marry o sweet "little" girl Career: Physical education teacher Remembered for: His contributions to chemistry Swimming Varsity 1, 2: Homeroom Officer 2: Key Club l, 2, N. its fa.- Iii!!! Z BARBARA E. WYKOFF HBUfbH H. R. 38 Business Education Secret Ambition: To live in California Career: Air Force Remembered tor: Being short Senior Banquet Committee 3: Senior Play Committee 3: Junior Prom Committee 2: Hi-Eye Business Staff 3: Christmas Pageant 1: Girls' Chorus 1: Flower 8- Hobby Show Usher 2: "N" Book Club 2: Spring Music Festival 1. MARY LOUlSE B. YOUNG "Mae" H. R. 3 General Secret Ambition: To meet Johnny Mathis Career: Plans to travel Remembered for: Her sweet per- sonality Sewers Club 3: Tailoring Club 3: Oil Painting Club 1. MARY V. YOUNG "Youngie" H. R. 7 Business Education Secret Ambition: To graduate from Central State College in Ohio Career: Stenographer or a secre- tary Remembered tor: Her love of food Senior Play Committee 3: Junior Assembly Committee 2: Hi-Eye Busif ness Stott 2, 3: Christmas Pageant 1: Girls' Chorus 1: May Day Pageant 2: Flower 8. Hobby Show Usher 2: Homeroom Ofticer 3: Press Club 1: Radio Club 2: Sewers Club 3: Writers' Club 2, SYLVESTER YOUNG, JR. "Timmy" H. R. 40 General Secret Ambition: To be the Grst one to land on the moon Career: Teaching Remembered for: His green eyes Traffic Club 1, 2, MARGUERITE YURICK Peggy Business Educohon Secret Amblfuon Artlsi Career Secreiarml field Remembered for Her sense of humor Hu Y Club 2 BARBARA M ZUMMO Bonnie Busmess Educcmon Career Model or prrvnie secretory Remembered for Her lqng dork hour and hazel eyes sembly Usher 3 Junlor Assembly asf 2 A Ca pella Choir 'I C nsimos Pageanr 1 2 Gurls Chorusl 2 Sprung Music Feshvol 2 3 Homeroom Omcer 2 3 Bunk mg Officer 3 N Club Circus Affendance Officer 2 3 H. R. 9 ' ' H. R. 3 ' ' Senior Plcy CommiHee.3g Senior A54 C 1 P' ' , 2: h ' - , D i ' ' .1 I i H H I Di 12 2.5.- H5153 46 Lanark ma ewes NMW V Mu Paai-rf. C'-ww 1 A QA'-3-N 6.,..Wx '93 cfgrfg Cu... Roh Sw. C4,,'bbeA-n SQA, C E f' f R Qanlaasd- NWHA playa Kilard-Pg Ocxbn lgffwi J3fa.,,4,,,1j Sw!-1 ,Luwxu gow-LHR LN Ou: U52 A 3 3904: Ho 7712.- Qdd pus Dmnalgb 'U-LJALII aa is AVI APC-he GC2490 5:1121 Wleca. fzffiiflwf Phan 51.1 Lu-U-9 T 4,- HQE-dmg sk -if I, 006 li sh Rcpubhz 2 5 I ,J 1 Q X X GMM Riff W T-vw-of ina. gif EFA I OUTSTANDING SENIURS 'VZ 2 .,, ? T SENIUR CONGRESS The activities of the Senior Class centered around this organization composed of representatives from each homeroom and the elected ogicers. The first maior event was the Senior Play, "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay," which was held in November. Other highlights of the Senior year were the Senior Ban- quet, Senior Assembly, and the unforgettable Senior Prom, All were successful because of the hard work and planning of the Senior Congress combined with the cooperation and support of the class, Guided by Mr. Shank, the sponsor, the Congress fulfilled the goal of making the class of I96O one of the best ever. Although commencement marked the end of three wonderful years at N. H. S., the memories of fun and friendship will last forever. Row I: Sarah Platt, Janice Boone. Row II: Jac- quelyne Davis, Mary Ballard, Jean Wiedinmyer, Frances Scholl. Row Ill: Ruthann Smiley, Carole Parker, Anna Fulmer, Barbara Beyer, Jane Chan- try, Jean Oulton. Row IV: Jane Palmer, Suzanne Bean, Patricia Corley, Joan Hay, Sandra Hart- enstine, Janet Roberts, Ann Tyler, Josephine Cusu- mano. Row V: Donna Santillo, Elizabeth Kidd, Kathryn Todd, Sarah Wood, Susan Conrad, Catherine McFarland, Sarah Keck, Patricia Ner- Iino, Charlotte Parrish, Lois Wentzel. Row VI: Girard Sisca, John Karcher, Wilson Tucker, Carl Daddono, Samuel Miller, Frank Bishop, Wilson Henley, Brent Wall, James Kapetsky, Lawrence Reed, Jay Freyman. Af 522 . I in ,eg r . 'A . va ,., TY 'Ut gp- .1 q-v ts "5 C7 591 'T '14 4. Nr'-' 'vet ei? .'-"" 1?Kf?v-tx fi 1 v ' ' - ' g -s-ug .. ' I f Q, . HUNUR SOCIETY Members of the National Honar Society, who are chosen from the seniors of Eisenhower High School, are those who willingly promote the welfare of the school and show their genuine spirit. To the students who are deserving of this honor it is a promise for carrying on a worthy life in the years to come. This is one of the greatest honors which can be be- stowed upon a senior, and for the underclassmen it provides a goal to achieve during their years in high school. The emblem of the society is a flaming torch set in a keystone, The letters C. S. L. S. representing the qualities of Character, Scholarship, Leadership, and Service grace the bottom of the emblem. .gi Row I: Roxanne Gelet. Row II: Tracy Mark, Ellen Quietmeyer, Jean Wiedinmyer. Row III: Barbara Lewis, Judith Hartenstine, Carole Parker, Ruthann Roshong, Joan Tyson, Linnea Raine. Row IV: Samuel Miller, Robert Humphreys, Keith Reichenbach, Jay Freyman, Frank Caiola, Jay Smith. 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She got the wrong fqmf- Qnd gow, him fouglr ing gas. Because she worlrecl so diligently with the photographer for Spice pidures, Amy Waldman has landed the some type of fob with Mad MC1EtUl""'e' A W mba H Paul Shellehbefgef is bemg chased ey f 8 is it -but seems that if tool: him an awful long time to 1110 , - - ll. now he's six feet, 0195, 'M-hes ro the dem- hen Joy Smith helped 'O pu, on t' Remember w I I wresflfngp Well now, 0 fe' onstration of foke protewono h swears to all 1hE being on television for two yeflfi 'S' Olmouncers that if is on 7,79 level' -1, tl? After enjoying Art .vo much in H195 565004 MQ" e Mgfvqlly ,signed 0 contract to draw picture: for Wrigley gum commercials. Joe Martino reminfkces about those glorious days on the SOCCSI' field when he wed to send three or four of the hopposing teamfr player: to the hogphql egg-I, 90078. Uwalb, Ivins me 'mme "'o"'3' he W0-Y Dl0yI7rg his heart out. we Aqen Joag, Hay fofneo' the wats' NM, Salvatore fabled fmy. eh plann' ff , WO: 5l7'i0,0eO' to ly -- mg ,dnt work OU' so Welh' -loan W6 6 await and NIH- to 11,6 500,17 po, en .v e was 90,37 e. - 9 to ll bwfogy feather so mud, M043 ege, Tracy Mark Ohlvhled her the reg of me nm. 0 -rhe almost ajuected l,,L,, ,VM 4nd 1 , to get f6 FJ' 6111 not lea-v4 41, 0 berpem f A Shank ,3 , ,ge 0 smelt of ffonncqff . 'nay come 'O M 'norl,.5Q,4 ow I . J' try,,,9 G reublbrp, 0 he 7049170 X- 2-LSL HI ,mul1mA'4'41fumf f'A ' 1V f EQQ SK yi l LE GI SLATIVE ob I 4 1.1004 051-yi 01, LV off, QQ' 0 41: O! oger o 19, 0527996 4 ,cy .. eo. . 'bloc 'oo 006,448 'Pow' ,po Q ' 5- fr C 011 " ""o lo Q .1 fr " o 'y0f"5V 00234 oo 9 p. od P. S iq 4, 418:41 00,8 0olv"I,,, '1,c 4 06 - ,Poo . 630, " iq sooo Hoff J' CPO 01,0 Mb Goo. of! 470,708 ee, "7e . ,, , falls Oo0"b,,o2 4,pO,,,, 4, 'is-, 9o,, 014 '00 , .' , 8 , S 13,0 p w 8o'0fo'6oo'06 100 sf: 14,2 mfoozoq-A316 9 'P on o be po 'L C. Note .Po 642,-, oro,oo,:'Peuoi1,76 0' 6791- Q9 801- oz 0:4 0,77 07:0 C P0 Q - J 'L "oo, 0 cob os, Oo, Q, o,, 4414 0,540 C-fic 41 'H smztt STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council of A. D. Eisenhower Senior High School completed another busy year under the expert supervision and guidance of Mr. Chris Pappas. The procedure of determining Council officers was changed this year from semi-annual to annual elections. This change did not eliminate the week of campaigning that preceded the voting. After the election and induction of the officers, the Student Council began a new year of plan- ning and supervising many useful proiects. Council began its work by organizing the "Get'Acquainted Dance," which was the first important affair of the year. Following this, the plans for an entirely new proiect were discussed. Both the Student Council and the student body met with enthusiasm the prospects of presenting a Thanksgiving Day program which was to include a parade and the crowning of a queen. The festivities of this day were a success and shall be included in Council proiects for succeeding years. A relatively new activity for Council was Bundle Day, started last year as a means to secure clothing which was sent to the needy children in the mountainous areas of Arkansas. For the second year, the students themselves made Bundle Day a success with their generous contribu- tions of used clothing. The exchange either of foreign or of domestic students was planned and was set to go into effect next year. '10 un. 077 LV . Q Po ED RESERV 'X no r 1 mm I 1 f' -fc Clerk, N117 IBVQH' Dfw, O f OU Wvffofk vow llll L' I H7706 Ou O 'PJ I 1, ,. V 9' 411' off, 1' A be! 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I Row I: Car l ynn ol l'l Har: Row 8175 lllr Will err If , Susan Slaughfe ne, Jane Henry . John Follef, l iams, James W lobb, Nfda ' John V r, Deane Boone, Emily Heaven Cl , Susan Mosheim, Donna Tummins, ee Cave-HL Vhomas Bown, Nfchola ooof William Cobb, loullr Seral' Sinclair, Danna W17liams, Virgin' axzily, Carol Kimber, Mqry lou J VIS I TOPS aria Alune Florence Wi s Duranle, P ine, .lane IQ Clb0lll.'7l1 .I udge. y, Nancy Bosfon, Carol Grafer, Jane! Prinfz. Row Il snewslul Mary lou Wagner, Dale- Warhursf, Jane Heller. aul Slaughfer, Richard Small Poberl Jarmen. Row lk' Christine Ecol, Nancy McCoy. Row I4 Martha Glenn, Cheryl Clvrisfy, Thelma aanne Calamia. Row VI: Poberf Plaff, Foy Wiedlnmyer, Kermit Pere-rx, gm 'V i SUPHUMURE no TOWN MEETING a l .nm X an X X 4 :' X 0 0 l V 0 ' U U bag. Q i-:N bl- Xl ' ' Q 0 f . mg! 6 ew 5 .l.... VV' p :NJ . If!-1 wg, -F! 4? If '23 .fkyff x Q? f . pl 4 fin., 0 .wfffgiffa ' , A. . ,gf J' 7 'Z"Ibz ' fi'1i?:Q A-:fir gf 4"A"'k JM' ' 'n""""' , V 4? V Q Yr f:AIf'i 5 . i ig 3, 14 - 4 , Mfr? .4 Q15 J5. 45,-1, CT? .ov '-s '12 C9 'S ci 4.3 5- fs 6' ..., X. 9 C o 'v- 'YNY Row I: Lois Wentzel, Bonnie Johnson, Eleanor Flora. Row ll: Lois leeson, Jule Zummo. Row Ill: Elizabeth Narducci, Vera H Row IV: Mary Lou Wagner, Adelynn Pascal, Carol Mann, Bethany Holiday, Sandra Gradwell. Row V: Eve Swank, Marilyn Cronmiller, Mary Bisbing, Mariorie Thomas, Eva Marie Dohse, Johanna Gambone. SPICE BUSINESS STAFF Under the expert supervision of Mr. Harold Scheirer, the Spice Business Stott completed another highly successful school year. The staff is an important group which plays an impor- tant part in the publishing and the distributing of Spice. During the fall months the staff arranged the picture ap- pointments for the seniors. Then, while in the winter season, the staff was busy taking subscriptions and securing N.H.S. boosters from Norristown merchants for Spice: Spring and sum- mer did offer very little rest for the hard-working members: the plans for Spice Day had to be laid out, and, most impor- tant of all, Spice had to be distributed to the many subscribers throughout the school. Following the termination of their many duties, the organiza- tion was able to look back on a year filled with success and satisfaction. 3 - N44 'Fi in -Lift .A vi 23' Marilyn Thomas, Margaret DiGiovanni, oser, Virginia Schroyer, Marilyn Becker. 41614254 ----1 ,-liizjti I on Ml If l ,- 4? 'pw -rx 'Y' C? 1 . vm V. :sf rfvx 111415 lelfilil iiielg BYJE Elie WWE Cb 5 E 1, n"'. low I: China Di.lohn, Nancy McGready, Judith Kingkiner, Donna Conord. Row ll: Roseanne DiBiaso, Robert Santangelo, Mary Piziak, Kay DiPasquale. Row III: John Wagner, Donna Williams, Lorizel Phleger. E i 95528 HE NWQ QS W0 HI EYE BUSINESS STAFF Although the readers of Hi-Eye saw only the print, the pic- tures, and the advertisements when they opened their copies of the newspaper, much work was done behind the scenes by a group rarely praised in black and white. These capable students, working with their sponsor, Mr. Harold Scheirer, com- prised the Hi-Eye Stott. A mainstay of any publication is its financial department. The business of Eisenhower's newspaper concerned the busi- ness of Norristown for the merchant greatly aided Hi-Eye by obtaining ads in each issue. The staff had a year-round iob in visiting the town's businessmen and seeking advertisements for everything from Coca-Cola to the latest girls' fashions. Another phase of the business stafl's activities rested closer to home. At the beginning of the school year, the stat? was feverishly attempting to obtain new subscribers. For its suc- cess in this endeavor and all others the Hi-Eye Business Staff merits being highly commended. -q Mx of' ,- F ...... -x ,- Y' fry, ,- ,f S Row lg Robert Cohen, Angela Waldman, Janet Printz, Nancy Fly. Row II: Michael Hall, Martha Glenn, Robert Santangela, Carol Freas, Robert Eastman, Carlo Kimber. Row III: Ellen Axelrod, Dianne Piacitelli, Heather Martin, Marilyn Anders. Row IV: Charles I Volpe, Susan Dutlinger. Row V: Mrs. Lois Kingsley, Gerald Elfenbein, Richard Barclay, James Cassel, Chris Mark. SCRIBBLER Mrs. Kingsley and the class of 1960 as sophomores or- ganized a school magazine. This publication was to in- clude both prose and poetry written by the students of Eisenhower. Although both the stafl and the sponsor were inexperi- enced, by working diligently the magazine was assembled and issued to the school body for inspection. Because the students and faculty enioyed the magazine so much two more issues were published that year. This tri-annual pub- lication has been organized, edited and sold by the sopho- more members of N,H.S. duffms ilgiiiifg .vom . lr? we isa! f A lm! .f smwuu anne en C3 Hou yeh" urn Sl . ROY' we yeh gran QW' 1- xx. vo . son Vs' Gaolffoonne Unv-encossfi S0 .ice 0 ws 16 s B001-.lovixfo svflff CW: time KL sis X '- ' op 1 geoli iol owl ga" YJ xt , C0 U vt , , rea oV1""'vi0"' "oi: Woii? 'NxToiLe" oxo"" ogtse' Net" gotll go' Weiss' Haier do Yokxeqoft' ?o,xe'xoaghl:N owe' X ,wen mga wdwezs sfymos. 1 90 ' on er. at e Yau 4 so ye 5 Sid via ew nf- gc ' V- sl' ent' ci 9a5qo Von iemvems. Vi gi esmo . Non NN-Xa Bgoxwisr D636 BQUY' ge. 10' . wo 0o00nleix soft' one 1 -U 'a , fn ciao eh pox gexduxh Robes et. gift me' en 5, Swv go exe A tl von O05 Yxenli cof' ache was xo 9 wo. 3o'4 OA. W0 09g ly dis dtex 'Nogncb' A Soaking Deon' O03omeSoq.xd X be YY O03 yxs. 9 9-0 at NX Q49 QV: -,va mo ym 5 gms uglw wget-took VA'-Vo' env' ,Iona Bohn at et e H sv ve" swan WW tous' BAND One of the greatest freedoms in Amer- ica is that of expression. Here at Eisen- hower the 'freedom of expression' through music is emphasized in the band program. Band is offered as a credited course and as a pleasure course, the latter held only after school. Mr. Holton, the director, and his mu- sicians found that practising every day is very profitable for the many appearances that they made throughout the year. Of interest to the entire student body was the Band Assembly held in March of 1960. The group played many varieties of the classics, the populars, and the modems, the result being: a most enioyable con- cert which set the audience's feet to tap- ping. During the year, the band sight reads approximately one hundred numbers in- cluding those on the All State Band lists. Regardless of the type of band activity, Mr. Holton still maintains the motto "Good music comes first." Because of this motto many of the members complained of the hard work that went into the practice of their music. This 'difficult' practice was iustified when the N.H.S. musicians ranked among the best in the state competitions. Out of the fourteen members who tried out for the All District Band, twelve were accepted. Seven of these received such high ratings that they were selected for the All State Regional Band. On top of all this, Norristown also sent seventeen of its members to the Valley Forge Area Band. Congratulations to a fine assem- blage. 'lun id iw ye. R otftos ,41.l'sf," -4,,n Mc . Q "L J Mafia our Q"'ff1 or,,. me, kip fue, ' Eff 'Yolo 'ohetlo I7 y lon pf so ewskizobeflt e'7It C7,,l"elf andre '70, 5 0011 on A' o"fe S' li Po 9703 is J'7'7l'g ' Wy Huh en, I.- 9e,-: ' Po'f os 3177- nfre Sbe '01, , I ' r, . sph 'rfb' d rg Ce each, hs, Port Rum I, Co ohqld Jane' Jane, loufss "W" co"" sro' w HOo.,k""ne S"'Qff po-Te ohfll UWB rubfe EC Cr' R ' o - b , C 1 V. 7, S -Tk, ho 'lv Er, , gy' Urol 'hp ,Ter ' lf' flex fl: . Fr A IIAPPELLA UHUIR The Band room is the center of all vocal music activity at N.H.S. Students interested in singing may try out for the Junior Choir. This group, which originated in 1930, is led by Mrs. Mary Downey Fluck, a capable artist in her own right. The choir meets daily and students receive credit toward graduation for par- ticipation. Entry into the choir is not au- tomatic, for each student must pass a rigorous try-out which determines his mu- sical ability. The audition is based on tests on tonal memory, time discrimination, melodic taste, pitch imagery, rhythmic imagery and sight reading. The A Cappella Choir may be consid- ered the "pros" in the vocal music de- partment, After meeting definite require- ments, a student is accepted and receives class credit. The best vocalists in the school are in the A Cappella Choir. The Choir together with the Junior Choir and Girls' Chorus participates in the annual Christmas assembly, the Spring Music Festival and other fine programs throughout the year, 1 f X , f. it oo. Uscino, 535,807 C'?,ne?ZQ4er, SZSIUC 6:11170 COMM 'Oy ' U!! on o ' ef all All' y i M '77 O o I . gy wi frog? H.,,,m,, , , chord ccgemoii, -106,7 CfQrEf:I'o,-,, Cfbqngfe 9 f sseyl RSrun,D?fr,hgie poggoldfne' Haber, 091-, f B 5 NA 'S C G 'Yon arbor 'do ' 50 c'do Q10 ' o S' '70' 'L '7o, 'sf I-'red'1dQm"'c!oirro Phodsuson -'och erm, Ss, Cor, Home es, E, gord lime I 'fuyh Olly Pj Sie Se, ' eo sr err. 5-Yefj Sl, ' Cy? '70 S S P ' S QW, Pr Carol 5- I7 Q07 47:3 lk. ill0sn'Q,, Agfflil '5 Op ' N on B os, ' Sandra pl, on'-'Y Spegiwn, offds Er 5 . , lrzabem H Unsber 9Er ' Mr y . S. Mary o, F, U4-A, S I ' and 'Q Ml-Quir ns, Fre derick Sfruyh 975 4? CU 4- rv I V if X. 37.1, . 21 -Q fps f fn Row l: Elsie Shaw, Sandra Allen, Christine Williams, Beverly Douglas, Helen Drexler, Heather Martin. Row Il: Alice Van Lan deghem, Stephanie Sisca, Doris Preble, Doris Beyer. Row III: Theresa Warringer, Leona Tidwell, Wendy Boelker, Row IV Ruth Freas Jerulyn Whitely, Patricia Putko. Row V: Susan Starr, Margaret Kibblehouse, Bonnie Quinty, Judith Adamson, Beverly Sands LIBRARY The ioy and pleasure of reading is fulfilled by the Nor- ristown High School Library, Under the capable direction of its librarians, Miss Rhoda Bowers and Mrs. Mary Bolthaser, the library Otters to many students several thousand volumes of casual novels, informative literature, and interesting periodicals. In order to assist in the carrying out of the many duties and responsibilities the " Library Club," a very active organization, has been developed. The primary func- tions of this club are to care for the many presently used books, prepare new books, prepare new books for circula- tion, sign out books, look after the properties of the library such as plants and furniture. To all who use it the library represents a symbol and opportunity for learning. f , -new .,- .gag ymxg 953191-gl T3??f1 rlQQ'l ww gill' in F. ii I Y ll' ,nm 51 in 1- f :Q ch z-' f' si fl' , ,E ,f l ,rl .s, r I-1' '-5, v ,INV f ,. . 7' . xv '.k , fg ' fuk .Y, -li 'vi , N 'Y il 2 Xi. at il L11 g .AL fffl ,ii ff f ' ' 1 H - ,k . eq sA 52:53 9 ' 'KEGG . 5 A sh? n fl1l':f1Q ' ff H ' ' 7 6 - my ,Wm ' Q , Y ' - .,,,, W " FZ "' ! fur , I ,1 M-Q.. ' N1 51 ,, ' in- ji N A gnuvi' Row I: Gail Crooks, Elizabeth Rittenhouse, Jane Palmer, Virginia Shupe, Rita Cankle, Elizabeth Maiale, Patricia Melnick, Maryann Chillano, Lana Signorovitch, Vera Hoser, Donna Tummins, Chris- tine Williams, Donna Lee Santillo, Judith Melnick. Row II: Carol Clemson, Janet Greco, Sylvia Lyter, Lois Bean, Susan DeSante, Rose- ann Monastero, Nancy Schott, Janet McAlonan, Mary Bisbing, Maureen Hallman, Nancy Rittenhouse, Mary Louise Flothmeir, Eve Swank. Row Ill: Josephine Roseboro, Martha Glenn, Sandra Rhoads, Louise Rose, Janet Dixon, Lynn McCawley, Pamela Whitesell, Linda Peters Sandra Gabel, Elizabeth Schatz, Mrs. Audrey Tarrant, Mrs. Jane Brederlow, Miss Margaret Florig. GIRLS' SPORTS CLUB The goal of this club is to 'foster a greater love of sports among their fellow schoolmates. Each mem- ber enthusiastically shares in the proiects of the group. A Shamrock record hop on March 19 was s on. 1 , p sored by this organization. They are also sellin 9 palamas to Increase their treasury. Betsy Miaile, the President, ably managed the Club under the sponsorship of Mrs. Audrey Tarrant and Mrs. Jane Brederlow. Raw I: Jon Munshower, Wilson Tucker, William Brandt, Richard Guss, Richard Detwiler, Frank Bishop, Paul Shellenberger, Richard Schultz, Michael Monastero, Leon Wray. Row Il: Elmer Romeis, Robert Pechara, James Whiteman, Frederick Struthers, Samuel Mile ler, Henry Carl, Gary Clemens, Carl Daddona, John Pulcini. Row Ill: Roger Place, Ralph Yocum, Robert Ingram, Ralph Ellis, David Rodenbaugh, Paul Michener, James Petrino, William Michener, Kenneth Flowers. Row IV: Joseph Martino, Leland Emery, Anthony Finizio, Pedro Griffin, James Atkins, Ralph Linderman, John Bown, Richard Zeigler. Row V: Salvatore Branca, William Palmer, James Zaffarano, Lawrence Brown, James Mitchell, Willie Grifiin, James Berardelli, John Allevi, Joseph Davis. "N" CLUB At Norristown High School the HN" Club is a se- lective organization whose primary purpose is to promote a better understanding and appreciation of all sports. The members of the club are the letter- men of the various sports on campus. This year they had as their president, Frank Bishop and as their ' Sponsor Mr. Lawson Earl. Members are chosen on the basis of leadership, re- sponsibility, and sportsmanship. pe AMATEUR RADIO CLUB l'lYn f ' ' nm " '-f Gini ' V ru l I 1 , 1" a' 'L' ' .Rf- F . . tax ,if - Row l. Philip Schultz, Gary Berman, James Clayton, Lowell Walker, Row ll Mr Nicholas Dolas, James Kapetsky, Joseph Carbo, William Ledger. Row III: Paul Nagele, David Zollers, Rvbeft Wendt, C'C1l9 Konrpus, Robert Ottinger, David Atls9VI'11OF' What is W3CTG? Anirnal, vegetable, or mineral? Sorry, but if you guessed any of the above you are well off the track for the mysterious WBCTG is Eisenhower's own radio station, This station, fully licensed by the federal government, is operated by the amateur radio club under the skillful direction of Mr. Dolas, faculty sponsor. This club meets weekly in the old bicycle room which is aliectionately called the radio shock. The hams have managed to reach places which most of us can only dream about. They have contacted such places as Hawaii, Germany, Texas, and Oklahoma. like many other fine organizations the radio club buys main- tains, and operates all of its own eauipment. One of the biggest activities of the year for this club is the annual emergency day in June. On this day the club operates continuously for twenty-taur hours on their own electricity. Be- sides this the club is involved in many other activities- their an- nual calxe sale and the visitation to various industrial concerns are only a few. These rnany activities prove conclusively that the amateur radio club is as busy as beavers throughout the year as they promote their club and try to learn more and better ways of being helpful to their community, ,N fn it-v:.v-. EU sv. ' xi, s vw, , mann I,-. '- in xii 4+ w--- 9 K WND A ' VTVZC fern-3 'P' irr'W'U'uR Q14 5 ML- xx' x L 5,75 fl ,1"?E-' ' v,aQ3fP I 5 5 ae., , . 3533 , 522 4 5 G 1 z 1 rf 'G -S.. , K , x lx 1 . ig-ri! 9:5 E V " W ' E in wid V 573' V 39? , V as 5 J YQ, JP 1. X359 fi' W ' 4 1 -,Qi . X ' , V ww 5 f W W Q 1 Z3 u Q as 9? 4, V 'w Flrfldiii QA, , . I , 5 , 'J y ef 'Q '4 .1 -. A, W if f , 22. r .?!"' .ul Y 119- -,,,, W 3 ! f Mx W:i 'nm fw WH x 'ws , 1 iff. f, j' aug I' gov ., 9 U 19 LP QD cg,-do 61" UQ'-0 o ogy CQ Ohio' 'C 4-P 9' o Q all vb 0 Off-. O ogg K I fx QR X09 OC O 1 , 133 wmlmmxw KMWNV 'L CHEERLEADERS It is a well-known fact that athletes play their best when they know someone wants them to win. The cheerleaders directed the spectators in cheers of en- couragement. At N. H. S., the girls, dressed in their blue pleated skirts and white sweaters, came to every game with the hope of raising enough spirit among the crowd to win the contest. Sophomore girls practiced for two weeks under the supervision of the iunior and senior cheerleaders. After this practice period, tryouts were held for the much-coveted position of Junior Varsity Cheerleader. Once this goal was reached, advancement to Varsity Cheerleader came easily. Mr. Harper, the sponsor of this group, used his ingenuity along with that of the girls to write new cheers. Susan Conrad, the captain, and the girls always seemed full of pep and just raring to cheer. Patricia Corley, Linda Young, Judith Harp, Judith Hartenstine, Patricia Nerlino, Susan Conrad, Kathryn Todd Sdndfd Rex Elllabefh Howie, Sarah Wood. I ,, 15? 1 E R. A 32' 4. , ff . 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Row V: Jeffrey Barrett, Richard Deaver, Mr. Irvin Hess, Mr. Leroy Kent, Mr. Leon Martz, Mr. Gene l'lGY'l5f Robeff Clffufonef L99 5P0"19l9f' 14 ' fa "J J ' Cf' A, 1 X NX ,pw .ax m 5 wily- " ' UWB X J BASKETBALL Wh' J, -:rw-f 17" 1f'l :Qu wus: ssl: 11:1 ull ,- D 4539 Row I: Lawrence Brown, Ralph Nealman, Patrick Mcndracchia, David Griflin, Frank Bishop, Leland Emery, James Mivchell, Carl Daddona, Gary Clemens, Lawrence livers, Slanley Johnson, Mr. Eugene Kauler, Row Il: Mr, Eugene Harris, Wil- liam Giambrcne, Jacob Nyce, Gary Rus- sell, Joseph Grlmth, Donald Carlwrighl, Robert Heidel, Henry Suber, James Beavfy, .lames Williams, Harold Wills, Roy Wiedinmyer, John Vussily, Bruce Young, David Revay, Paul Michener. 1' lim x I 'KX , 1 'rr -X -A -x-X. ,,.,......- ,,.- ,f"' Ll... ,- X- 0, 4- - 1 4 MT wiiaki A yWANZi,V,,,.,j AV,, Q ., 5 , ,, ,T . K 3 r wh F V3 ' , x,jf'2i'fl"'H a-7 ' I . s:f,!,,,' 'i Vw I 'Q fbfu X3 Wi. 5 il ' u ff "Qi iff !! L V' 3. 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VW!! lg QL mam gain! ms lllH!!! ll 25" ,4 , G -rm - X A R Afsiw f I X u X ly E X 5 'ry We X I My xxx AQ0 v42?VQQ "5o1,.'? 4 Roos' mo,- 21231329 - 0"'o0,o'h'i-0' e?2'Kffq r Lp -0 me VO ,-cv c9.1.,o..r 616"2,'7 OG 0593 gaG0fw1,.r34,l5,xsw gx':,O,ocO, -PI' 4. Q og? 30. o 0 N -o. 9692, 1,2429 990010 -Poo A90 ae? gage 112 6'of'gf'l- 61293 9. 0483.41-0 60,9 .GOOQQ 00, of-cf AO'4xa 9' f ' we 5'03 'Sf f' 117 Q. 'SCL-o f s ,. Qbff 06' ' Joiol? O'!"'7 6609 'off-ici f?of9 0 0,20.Mfe2O 0 3 "ous 9, C51-GL, ,or Olfwijo J' Tv 30720 4, il' ' 0612 'L 1" " 'i 6"17079'1'o.r -- ff:-,oo -PO 99906 ' 2060! ,. o:Uqv,4aQ.9'Q ' xfeieqfe. o o 'F coops 9 ka2S690,-Ugg? QCA 42' 2- of Qi 3 of? Q- 49 0-ofg, 99.00186 " fo oL.if 3 of o SOCCER Grantlond Rice once wrote about sports: Keep coming back for all they've got, and take it with a grin. When disappointment trips you up or failure bark your shiny Keep coming back 4 and if at last you lose the game ot right Let those who whipped you know ot least they, too, have had a fight. Mr. Rice probably meant all sports in gen- eral, but his statement describes Soccer very well. Though the boys receive many spills, they still iump up and continue to play harder than ever. Another thing the team takes with cz grin is the bruising after school practices. This may not have seemed like fun but proved to be enjoyable and rewarding. Much of this Vg ye' Q 'ff .33 'L 1' reward goes to Mr. Lester Hoftmoster, who coached the varsity squad, and to the iunior varsity coach, Mr. E. Roy Shank. WRESTLING That tangle of arms and legs on the wrestling mat is not a mixed-up octopus, it's Elmer Romeis, acting captain of the Norristown High School wrestling team, struggling with a fellow-wrestler. Unlike the practiced matches seen on television, these boys are grunting and groaning for a purpose. This year's record shows that that purpose has been fulfilled under the coaching of Mr. Hess and Mr. Kent. The season consisted of eleven motchesg five home and six away. The weight classes range from 95 to 180 pounds and often a would-be wrestler cannot compete because he has exceeded his weight limit. This fact is only too well known to those boys who starved themselves in order to compete in a match. f x Q , SQA? oc? Z, fc 4' ,N 4,5 at 1, o Q, -Q Q F ll' af-9 t C5 Qffih -ff? O4-X5-fq'f-fljf' Ca Q69 X66-132, '1 bl K 63, Q-69,551 K . X. Noam new 5 5 05561106 be X 'fe-010 'fo db fx bf? toawucas 'aw C o -. if-5.621 04 o xx' X X' X .9 'sie SQ-O QQOOOLKSQQT- .. xc 3: 0+ br at oxlvbo 0.3500 oqsc A at +71 QQQQCAAC X o walgfbp cf obfsooglsg swiowf 0 b 1 L, oopw 0 0 0 '1 5 .i- s 'L 0 my s sexi? a Ofc-S O Q-SQ 27, 3951 K 0 Q x50 Q' -1,-X . ,Q wf 'F TRACK Row I: Frederick Struthers, David Grimn, Robert Ingram, Robert Ga- zona, Robert Whiteman, Joseph Guinyard, Ralph Ellis. Row II: Michael Davis, Jarry Harring, Ivan Price, David Grisdale, Fred Hows, David Allen, Robert Horton, Rob- ert Landes, Lee Spangler. Row III: Mr. Christopher Ames, Willie Grif- t7n, Daniel Preston, Elmer Rameis, Carl Espenship, Clyde Price, Ralph Palatucci, Samuel Di Nenna, Law- rence Livers, Clyde Davenport, Mr. Leroy Lewis, Row IV: William Pal- mer, Richard Detwiler, James Zaf- faranc, Lawrence Brown, Ralph Nealman, John Bcwn, Walter Metz, Robert Pecharo. xg, sry, r8,"- X 1 'Jar f M ,MU fear.: ' . A M.-,ay-h -4 , .,:v- ,-f N M. Hs I GULF ' Row I: James Donnelly, Anthony Muscorelli, Jay Brunner, Richard Sonfillo. Row II: Joseph Hunsberger, Penrnon Wood, John Robinson, Mary Brechf, Joseph Bono, Sicnley Piziak, Mr. William Bufler. hh ,., -- V 4 Ml' 'QA 2'--.-e ,A-. .vpn , 5. Q. vi' SKA A Y IP Q 'S-fa 1 li 1 I N NNl3 q,o"x wo" Q03 be i 606' o xo xoaziobsg 5?-'msgow 6 'O . 4556 50"-'Qi Qfob Q . iso Y- ,oz q,o"x Q-lmk N9 Y5' 'b ood. vw 45 -Q-, ' x ffgq Xxsksf, XX 5 9? fix H Fg'E?9gV' f 1 fx fm A x X Z- ,Q l! f5s"V X W, W' if J' .2 Z' I 4 ii 5 Y N1 GIRLS' SWIMMING Row I: JoAnne Shupe, Barbara Larimer, Sue Bordsley, Suson Ccnfnor. Row II: Shirley Spangler, Sondra Rex, Joan Tyson, Jcmef Lanz. Row III: Judy Bishop, Karen Love, Bonnie Jones, Bonnie Smirh. Row IV: Sandro Gubel, Mary Brecht, Lindo Young. Row V: Sue Duftlinger, Nancy Steier. Row VI: Joon Dechonf, Bersy Hardy. Row VII: Judy Bechy, Miss Florig, Rob- erio Berry. I 1 'T 4: Y f ,I W. 43""o Row I Raymond Chillcuno, Paul Shellenberger Ronald Baumgar Carl Dodd:-na Frank Blshop Gary Clemens Lee Phlllups George Splnelll Bruce Llndem .R II M L an ow r eon Martz Lane Detweuler John S hultz Wnlluam Brandt Barry Lenhart Samuel Penrose James Mullen James Mitchell Ralph Cottman John Wagner VARSITY BASEBALL Twelve games Twelve wtns, The Martzmen slammed Upper Darby 30 Chester 70 Abington 5l Lower Merion 95 Cheltenham 70 Plymouth Whltemarsh 152 and on and on and on, finally belng stopped by a satlsfled Abington who trounced them 27 But the Eagles were flying They came right back X defeating Lower Merton 87 to win the Suburban One League Champuonshlp Cottman added the crowning touch and closed hls career nn baseball at N H S by pntchlng a no hit, no run game agaunst Cheltenham The boys had a beautiful season They had a satusfyung season They had a wmnung season , Vx-. . K fum ,' "' ', ,JL '-. 4'l?'-1, :.s.-:URM .- , x. A '- A irq-s ,y 4, sf . . 1' ,fy-ag. J' 4 .Q fl L " 5 5, '52 ,. am-six 144 EXECUTIVE V sf i 11' Q ' 'La-2 Burg A ,wh Q if 1' . - X-1.19- 4.-7--L up , cw' ..-o,,,. u I E4---.,,. -g N I M N. Q' ' I 1 .Zz fizlii ig, Sensors Thus ns your Commencement The word has more meamng for you than slmply a name for a cere mony lndlcatlng you have completed your hugh school course Commencement IS your begmmng as a mature cltlzen All of you should contmue your studies not lust for another course such as college or technical school but for the real busmess of llfe In thus regard you should set your goals now You may change whatever goal you set for yourself later but start out for some certam oblectlve Select thus oblectuve thoughtfully choose your associates wusely develop your attntudes consclentnously but above all plan for something wholeheartedly Follow up your declslon wlth a cultlvated courage Courage to tackle a 'ob and stuck to rt untll It as finlshed courage to be dlfferent and dlllgent cour age to go ahead In the face of defeat and dlscour agement such courage you can acquvre To acquire this courage watch for opportunmes and assoclate wuth successful people they have had to b courageous The world today and every day wants young people who learn the facts who know what nts all about lt IS your duty to yourself and our Country to contmue to study on your 'ob You must become the man who knows In your partscular busmess To do thus you must continually study new approaches and new methods for the solutnon of your problems There IS much of value ID experience but ex perlence IS expensuve to acqulre All of us must do -..l many things wlthout pay In order to galn experience Look for opportumtles that wlll In the doing provude experience for a more Important 'ob There as no substitute for the learning other than that recelved by the responslbnllty for the actual accompllshment of a completed task We may study all the facets of a procedure we may read all the books and artlcles on how to do somethnng but the real know how IS found only by the actual ex perlence of donng the 'ob Many years B C Sophocles sand One must learn by doing the thang for though you thrnk you know u you have no certaunty unless you try And so at this the begmmng of your adult expenence-thunk on a mature level Accept re sponsubllltles so you can galn good experience and always be thlnkung ahead for As a man thmketh so IS he Wuth very best washes yor your success Smcerely , 1 r 4 Q . ' X r ' 1 I I . , . I ' ' . . . . v 11 1' ' -I 1 1 L I . . - ll , . T, - I F ' - I . . ll ' ' If I . I ' I i 9 ' 1 1 - I 1 I . i Dear Seniors As graduates from your senior hugh school you pass into a commencement A commencement of what? First ut is my fondest hope that you will begun to blend your respective souls with your mtellects and thus reach maturity as soon as possible For some this will be a long process Second that you will dedicate yourselves to the maintenance of freedom and liberty so that you wlll forever manifest an aspiration to do and to thunk for yourselves Thrrd that you will refuse to worship security as though ut were a god or to spend your life depending upon others Fourth that should you go to college you will regard a college education as only one factor contributing to your total educatlon Fifth that should you not go to college you should never regard your lack of college tramlng as an excuse for becoming a second rate cltlzen Sixth that you develop your attitudes concernnng human problems an a conscientious manner through thought rather than through emotion Seventh that If you lacked courage to be duf ferent determmed and dulugent you may still b capable of cultivating such courage Enghth that your selection of plans and associates will be carried out wholeheartedly and wlsely Nmth, that you will always remember that every man IS his own most important teacher 'tis-:HK Tenth that life gives the final examinations al ways and that no deception is possible Like the candid camera llfe rarely gives one tame to pose before the picture ns taken Eleventh that the best and most loyal friends you will ever find may be books Each of you should find nt possible to have at least a five foot shelf of those wrmngs which provide you with the simplest answers or steadaest consolatnons May I recommend the Buble as belonging on each shelf? Twelfth that the greatest asset you will ever dlsplay IS the dlgnlfied manner m which you treat your fellow men Your abuluty to treat other men with respect the highest to be placed upon any man will gave you more satisfaction nn life than any other trait Thirteenth, that since the world IS crying for leadership blessed with integrity you should make an effort to become such leaders Fourteenth that there are no short cuts to success Industry and dlllgence will always pay dividends gaming un success Fmally that when an undlvudual is directed and controlled by any collective umt he IS thereby en slaved and will never be able to cross a new frontier Smcerely W s K I t I ,. it - --.ig I 1 1 ' . , . 1 . . . . . . . , . I . , . 1 ' I 1 . . - 1 1 1 . . . . . 1 1 I - . I - , 1 ' 1 1 ' ' 1 1 e ' l I . . . 1 ff . . . . lj . . ,, - Dear Sensors Graduation rs always a time for congratulations and best wlshes because It represents the attainment of ones goal To some people It means the passing of sufficient sublects to amass one hundred forty crednts the requurement for a longed for diploma To other puplls It represents a long time of hard work In studylng and learmng In order to be better trained for the occupational world Other puplls believe that graduation means bulldlng a background In order to take another step un the educatlonal ladder The goal usually makes a vast difference What your heart IS set upon usually guides your life One who IS content wlth lnttle success wnll usually get luttle lay from whatever he IS dolng These people are the ones who find fault with everythmg In the hugh school and ln lrfe and they fall to make lt a better world than It was when first they entered The sensors who have really worked and have set hugh goals have rmproved thas school and In so dolng they have really gamed much for them selves that can never be taken away They have gamed the Idea that each day us valuable an ones lute-that each day IS a bulldlng preparation for the next day ln learning rn character and In maturnty Recently I read a book that lllustrates this polnt far better than I can explarn It was duscussmg the value ol a person It pointed out that a castmg of :ron as It comes from the smeltlng furnace would be worth S5 00 but nf It rs made unto horseshoes lt rs worth S10 50 When thus metal us refined and tempered and shaped Into needles nt worth S3 500 but lf rt has been fashioned unto balance sprmgs for watches It as worth S25 000 The same IS true of people who ore able and fit and receptnve to trannnng and learnrng Each one can be fashioned to be worth so much more lf Value or worth ns not counted by dollars Too long we have weighed everythmg by dollars and cents Your value IS how you use your llves ln what pursuits In what con trlbutlon to your community In your nnterests To each of you my washes for growth In splrlt and rn mmd and good luck J, .E . ve x . . . , - - .. I . r I ' - . 1 . . . . ' r . . . , . OI' , . , . . , IS r 1 r 1 - MR. LESTER E. HOFFMASTER MRS. DOROTHA ROTH SCIENCE MISS MARIJANE PARRISH MR. JOHN A. ZANNOS MRS. ELEANORE L. CLEMMER MR. HAROLD SCHEIRER MR. ARTHUR HERR MR. HERBERT N. WITTMAIER 1 MR. ADDISON ALLEN MISS ESTHER R. BRIGHT , . .. ,A eq ' X ' 413 ' . iz egg A , L-,, x, . M L.4....U., i MR. JAMES M. HARPER MRS. LOIS O. KINGSLEY MR. RICHARD KISTLER ENGLISH MISS KATHARINE RINDLAUB MR. E. RAY SHANK MISS HENRIETTA M CAMPITELL MISS BEVERLY W GLODFELTER i HN pf ff MRS ALICE LAPP MISS MARY NEBORAK MRS ISABEL PUFF MR PAUL J SMITH MR RICHARD TYLER fn - -. A V X 14 - '. ky . -- - sw, Y! A . .4 ., -., I ,- -.-'IN I: i, 3' Sa ,L .QQ 1 1 I' My 1 Y 1 , Q ' N A xg. , , , , Y t , 1 f .Lg .' Q MRS. MARY BALTHASER MR. HARRY S. HERBERT MR. EUGENE KAULER SOCIAL STUDIES v. 4 -I :QL MR. KARL J. HOETZER MISS JOSEPHINE CLEMMER MR. .IAMES T. LERCH MRS. GLADYS M. LINDES MR. KENNETH I. MILLER MRS. JOAN L. STOUGH MR. CHRIS PAPPAS MR. PHILIP RAPP MR. HARRY L. SPANGLER 'I 2'- If SUIIIAL STUDIES MRS. CHARLENE HINE ,-"1 -' f 11'-"'2 MISS MARIAN E. ROBINSON MISS EDYTH ESBENSHADE MR. ROBERT NEFF MISS JANET SWENSON MISS MARY L. HENDERSON MR. JOHN PENNYPACKER MRS. SARA L. VONDERHEID MRS. WINIFRED E. LEIBGRIES MRS. EDNA RUNDLE BUSINESS MR. WILLIAM MCCAIN ,su SN .Jax L MR. JAMES J. ALTEMOSE MRS. FLOYDA HYDE MR. FR MATHEMATICS MR. LEONARD ROTHERMEL ANKLIN E. MELICK MR. JOHN L. SCHULER I f' f' IUII -L15 MR. CHRISTOPHER M. AMES MISS PEGGY FLORIG MRS. MARGARET J. BREDERLOW PHYSICAL EDUCATION MR. LEROY LEWIS MR. IRVIN T. HESS MRS. AUDREY TARRANT QISTQ S 3 MR. GENE H. HARRIS LANGUAGE MISS AMELIA A COLOM 'W' .q 1501" MRS KATHRYN GRAHAM MR ROBERT W LONG MR EDWIN KEPHART MISS BARBARA WEXLER 4 fr f ' 3 SY I IIS I XL I I ' INDUSTRIAL MR WILFORD BUCHER JR MR JAMES FOSTER MR LEON MARTZ MR WILLIAM E BUTLER MR WAYNE F HENRY Q b kx,i 'V-3 CUUNSELLING -5 MR. LAWSON EARL MR. LEROY KENT N1- 1 MRS MARY FLUCK MR DAMON D HOLTON T SPEECH Q md MR RICHARD ALDERFER m-2 314 'Cl 409' VY' MRS MARGARET LONG MISS CATHERINE ROBERTSON ww, MISS AMANDA BELL MRS. ELIZABETH E. MILLER MRS. NORMA H. MORTIMER MODERN LIVING .,. POPULACE Sr A 51 L, fs 0 0 O . . T gi,- ' N - - 'f .J on, g Mu J sf!! iff , I, - 'f f 1' , I , I I, 1 w 4 I , I V T Ajay f my mb I N H 5 c' , ,.. ,.- li,-. O I QT.:- 1 Qx 5 HOMEROOMS I AND 2 Row I: Nancy McCaughey 'l, Patricia Mardi I, Donald Krieble 2, Kathleen Harris 2, Sandra Spence 'l. Row Il: Dominick DeNarclo 2, Nancy Shott 2, linda Rogers 'l, Patricia Gatsch I, Mildred Watson 2, Kenneth Dean 2, Row III: Portia McClellan 'I, Ruth Amy Freas I, Donald Lodge 'l, Eve Swank 2, Diane Marzella 2. Row IV: Walter Fry I, Joyce Peterson 2, Lois Roden- baugh 2, David Ackerman 2, Nancy Hellwig 2, Mary Jane Kramer I, Jacqueline Sowell 2, Row V: Dwight Olson 2, Janet Dixon 2, Sebas- tian Cassano 2, James Shaw 2, David Berry 2. Row VI: David Runyan 2, Robert Paul 2, Elmer Weikel 2, Allan Renninger 2, Thomas Hood 'l, John Vaszily 2. Raw VII: Bruce Wells I, Robert Heidel 'l, Robert Wendt 2, Warren Heidel l, Ralph Ellis 2. HOMEROOMS 3 AND 4 Row I: Gail Smith 3, Charlotte DiMino 4, Donn Tummons 3, Beatrice Booz 3, Mary Ann Stag Iiano 3, Gwen Brown 3, Roger March 3, Lil Walker 4, John Edsell 4, Vivian Hendricks Row II: Sandra Sponenberg 4, Clement Calabres 3, Heather Martin 4, Mary Wray 3, Adelyn Paschall 3, Sandra Wright 3, Betty Howie A Janet Printz 4, Kenneth Trankle 4, Mary An Miller 4. Row III: Gary Russell 3, William Hac 3, Robert Moore 4, Frank Morgan 4, Jame O'Brien 4, Gerald Schubert 4, Susan Rinehart 3 Edward Ziegler 4, Annie Harris 4, Kay Kalb 4 Row IV: Charles Fitzhugh 3, Lawrence Wassme 4, Ralph Linderman 4, Ronald Del Bueno 3 James Atkins 4, James Bilella 3, Raymont Batchelder 3. Row V: Bruce Weideman 4, Howari Risher 4, James Kitler 3, Donald Hartshaw 3 Charles Decker 3. HOMEROOMS 5 AND 7 e Row I: Elizabeth Baldassano 7, Susan Slaught 5, Donna Kozak 5, Barbara Snyder 5, France Chavous 5, Sara Stem 5, Nancy Ottey 7, Pc tricia Pufka 7, Barbara Bacon 5. Row II: Mar Moore 5, Christine Coleman 7, Mary Brecht I Jo-Ann Dunlap 7, Robert Fryer 5, Richard All house 7, Raymond Allen 7, Gloria Abney 7 Eleanore Jenkins 7, Alice Gotsch 7. Row II Joan Kipp 7, John Evans 5, Henry Hammer smith 7, John Freeman 7, Daniel Harris 7, Jan Heebner 5, Louis DeFrancisco 5, Catherine Rok bins 7, Samuel Volpe 7. Row IV: Michael Cu 5, Howard Raisner 7, Eric Bown 7, John Robir son 5, John Schultz 5, Raymond Phillips I Charles Botto 5. Row V: Samuel Dasher 7, Willi Griffin 5. HOMEROOMS I2 AND 13 Row I: Rosalie Consolo 13, Andrea Demina 13, Margaret Jenkins 12, Janet Lanz 12, Linda Sel- finger 12, Harry Sloma 13, David Fox 13, Kath- leen Matthews 13, Margaret Wentzel 13. Row ll: Barclay Wynn 13, Margarette Santangelo 12, Joan Shott 12, Jule Zummo 13, Donald Halter 12, Emily Hoover 13, Ann Findley 12, Barbara Franzone 12, Saveria Greco 13, Homer Burdge 13. Row Ill: Linda Hardy 12, Joanne Brandt 12, Karen Keleman 12, Clinton Bean 12, Robert Dearolf 13, Thomas Horton 13, Wayne Kennedy 12, William Chendorain 13, Jeanann Byrd 12. Row IV: Vance Kincade 13, Donald Woodland 13, Walter Metz 13, Robert Touchton 13, Robert Berry 13, Frank Summerill 12, Lee Hysore 13. HOMEROOMS 14 AND 15 Row I: Carolyn Fetterman 15, Beverly Royle 14, Sandra Gradwell 14, Linda Bennett 14, Eliza- beth Rodenbaugh 14, Jean Heagy 15, Barbara Farrington 14, Susan Tyson 14, Norma Russell 15. Row Il: Brenda Lee 15, Robert Mowery 15, Patricia Luciana 14, Claudette Williams 14, Robert Ciccarone 15, Florence Wisniewski 15, William Calloway 14, Robert Pettine 15, James Johnson 15, Nancy Culver 15. Row Ill: Mar- garet Leichthammer 15, Judith Culbreath 15, Charles Shank 14, Ralph Bardsley 15, Frederick Schiele 14, Joseph Paulhamus 14, Raymond Frederick 15, Richard Stephens 15, Steve Lane 15. Row IV: Thomas Evans 14, John Volpe 14, Nicholas Lattanze 15, Charles Baranowski 15, Elmer Chamberlain 14, Richard Bauer 15. Row V: Fred Hill 15, Charles Baker 15, Raymond Selph 14. 'L if-Q HOMEROOMS 9 AND 11 Row I: Claudia Malone 9, Vivian Darden 9, Jacqueline Eberle 11, Linda Barnett 9, Linda Young 9, Donna Williams 11, Teresa DeFrancesco 11, Patricia Maccolini 11, Patricia Siletta 11. Row ll: Marilyn Becker 11, Corne'l Butler 11, Margaret Mason 11, Jean Palmer 11, Thomas McCauley 11, Kenneth Truman 11, William Al- len 11, Virginia Schroyer 11, Sandra Rhocds 9, Lynn Hartenstine 9. Pow I!l: Irvin Wi:-berg 11, Harold Longacre 9, Sarah Oppenlawcler 11, Lee Spangler 9, Jack Henry 9, James Bailey 11, John Kelly 9, Stephen Volpicellr 11, Henry Carl 9. Raw IV: Robert Jennings 9, Robert Clemens 9, Elizabeth Schatz 9, John Perkins 11, Stacy Worthington 9, Ralph Coope' 11, David Poclenbough 11, Robert Kohler 11. JK HOMEROOMS 16 AND 17 Row I: Dolores Olszewski 17, Jo-Anne Shupe 17, Caroline Neese 16, Judith Bateman 16, Pa- tricia Brooks 16, Anna Muscatellc 16, Geraldine GallowaY 17, Julia Zielinski 16, Betty Narducci 17, Stanley Tyson 16. Row ll: Richard Linsin- bigler 17, Janice Young 17, Deborah Munyan 16, Nancy Styer 17, Janice Crawley 17, Michael Hall 16, Joan Hellwig 16, Ruth Whitby 16, Susan Kantner 16, Dionce Spence 17. Row Ill: Robert Jarman 17, Joan Brown 16, William Fenimore 16, John Rex 16, Irvin Zimmerman 16, Frank Montgomery 16, Kenneth Hanley 16, Kenneth VanBuskirk 17, William Jones 17, Law- rence Mundy 16. Row IV: Barry Ziegler 17, Richard Deever 17, Dennis Wagner 16, John Shoemaker 17, Lloyd Wright 16, Forrest Arm- strong 16, Herbert Guie 17, Philip Gattshall 16. HOMEROOMS 18 AND 21 Row I: Gail Laskey 21, Rita Conkle 18, Faith Harris 21, James Donnelly 21, William Lattanze 21, Frank Jones 18, Barbara Estel 21, Richard Small 21, John Lenhart 21, Frances DiJahn 18. Raw Il: Mary Newman 21, Beth Shaw 18, An- drew Thompson 1S, Josephine Roseboro 21, Evelyn Miksch 18, Carol Woodward 21, Dorothy Hayes 18, Edna Daub 18, Jack Chambers 18, Louis Newby 21. Row III: Barbara Kinzer 21, Francis McDevitt 21, George Dewees 21, Charles Haines 18, Edward McKay 21, Dennis Dunlap 18, Marvin Weaver 21, Esther Hoffman 21, Peter Suriano 21, Row IV: Nancy Clower 18, Paul Cianciulli 21, Georgianna Montgomery 21, Earl Friedeborn 21, Joan DeChant 18, William Mont- gomery 18, Betsy Hardy 18. Row V: Richard Bechtel 21, Alfred Krebs 21, William Basler 21, lra Batten 18, Ronald McKinnon 18, William McDonnell 18. HOMEROOMS 22 AND 23 Row I: Marilyn Parks 22, Carol Grisdale 22, Susan Kutz 23, William Giombrone 23, Janet Shupe 23, George DeAngeli 23, Betty Huns- berger 22, Nancy McGrady 22, Charlotte Rob- bins 22. Row II: Lois Custer 22, Martha Glenn 22, Christopher Mark 22, Sal Luciano 22, James Parella 22, John Allevi 23, Robert DePaul 22, Ann Shainline 23, Joan Shakespeare 22, Jeanne Wilson 22. Row III: Joan Buehler 23, Doris McDermott 23, Georginana Smalley 23, Patricia Hayes 23, David Angstadt 23, Annette Jones 23, Donald Cartwright 22, Elaine Barnett 22, Susan Dutlinger 22. Row IV: Chester Tuggle 23, Harry Santangelo 22, Robert McFarland 22, Charles Tanara 23, James Williams 23, Robert Mitchell 22, John Pharr 22, Roy Wiedenmyer 23, Gerald Elfenbein 22. HOMEROOMS 27 AND 27A ROW I: D0r0tl'iy Hudy 27, Roberta Berry 27, Juanita Draw 27, Diane Hayes 27A, John Rotay 27A, Salvatore Falco 27, Elizabeth Campbell 27A, Frances DeGideo 27A, Mariann Silver 27. Row II: Joseph Gro 27A, William Miller 27A, Bev- erly Sands 27, Marianna Santangelo 27A, Mary Perry 27, Delores Hagwoad 27, Joyce Faulkner 27A, Bonnie Hatfield 27, William Weigner 27. Row lll: Diane Brandt 27, John Dobbs 27, Frederick Marginstern 27, Lowell Walker 27A, Charles Littleton 27, John Fiaravanti 27A, Craig Kampes 27, Richard Grazier 27A. Row IV: Alton Gri5en 27A, Bill King 27A, Kermit Peters 27A, Gerald Gerhart 27A, Dolores Rinehart 27, Jayne Wright 27, George Parkins 27, Bruce Bonney 27A. Row V: Wayne Cassel 27A, Allen Tempest 27, Edward Kimutis 27, Bill Muller 27. K' HOMEROOMS 29 AND 30 Row I: Regina Tarnetta 30, William Moser 29, Bonnie Smith 29, Alex Odessa 29, Arthur Hack 29, Gretchen Baer 30, Merrill Arnold 30, Jean Yeakel 30, Bonnie Johnson 29. Row II: Patricia Robbins 30, Constance Coltart 29, Marilyn Thomas 29, Theresa Wheeler 29, Jeannette Spearman 29, James Greco 30, Roberto Pfis- tener 30, Clairine Sabella 30, Helen Epps 29, Howard Tucker 29. Row lll: Richard Ziegler 29, Richard Dressler 30, Manfred Scheunemann 30, Wilson Cassel 30, Donald Hart 29, Charles Bar- rett 30, Patricia Sessa 30, William Baird 29, John Sauder 30. Row IV: Judson Hendrickson 29, Ronald Burger 30, James Berardelli 29, Diane Frederickson 29, Paul Swanson 29, Bonnie Helsel 29, Sallie Drey 29, Marie Avery 30. HOMEROOMS 31 AND 32 Row I: Nicholas Sarro 31, Nicale Hauaux 3l, Carol Grater 31, Helen Bregler 32, Sally Kocher 31, Virginia Copollini 32, Thomas Bessa 32, Gloria Johnson 32, Louise Berdan 32. Row ll: Shirley Gingras 32, Judy Szabraro 31, Barry Watson 32, Mary Beth Hill 3l, Sharon lckes 31, Allen Cankle 32, Mike Sosik 31, Chasetta Mc- Clendon 3l, Kathy Lauman 31, Elsie Drexler 32. Row III: Patricia Davis 31, Carolyn Buehler 31, Dominic Principe 32, Peggy Heftlog 32, Larry Aspden 32, Gilbert Lewis 31, David Hoopes 32, Joan Brown 32, Maureen Wheeler 31. Row IV: Bob Heiser 31, Bob Barrett 31, Pat Stiles 32, Robert Krause 3l, Ronald Lusher 31, Brooke Sims 3l, Robert Venditti 31, Danial Jaycox 3l, Ben Earle 31. Row V: Guy Vuotta 32, Bruce Brown 31, Dennis Roden 32, Henry Suber 32, David Schall 32. q- an nu .na an pu can n1n an HOMEROOMS 33 AND 34 Row 1 Mary Ann Lauro 34 Judy McCurdy 33 Debbie Wurtz 33 Ellzabeth Klncade 33 Thomas lvens 33 Davld Dougherty 33 Joan Besweck 33 Mary Heebner 33 Louls Seraflne 34 Row ll Barbara Mulligan 34 Wendy Daniels 33 Esther McLean 34 Barbara Ray 33 Sandra Middleton 33 Roberta Tyler 33 Nancy Boston 33 Dnann Bllllng 33 Paulette Baker 33 Nancy Rittenhouse 34 Row Ill Betsy Clay 34 Joseph Farris 34 John Morabnto 34 Robert Canfield 33 Wlllldm Ostrander 33 Donald Howard 33 Wllllam Staneruck 34 Anthony Fnmzuo 33 Larry Llmbert 34 Row IV George Boynes 34 Ralph Neolman 34 John Pugh 33 HOMEROOMS 35 AND 36 Row l Gerald Marchese 35 Lorraine Wllllams 36 Paul Betz 35 Judith Angelo 35 Michael Monastero 36 Janet McAlonan 36 Judith Bal lenger 36 Richard Clnaglla 36 Leon Wray 36 Row ll Donna Rowan 36 Claudia Dalton 36 Elsle Hull 35 Patrtcla Aceto 35 Mary Louise Flothmeler 35 Carole Wrubleskl 35 Arlene Margolus 35 Ochre Rhoades 36 Frances Wesler 3 Lots Leeson 36 Row Ill Judy Smrth 5 Janice Bordeaux 36 Angelo Monaco 35 Rnchard Weldner 35 Robert Platt 35 Robert Martin 36 Thomas Bullers 36 Lyn Rinehart 35 Iona Mc Clellan 36 Joan Wolfenden 35 Row IV Oreo Prince 35 Christopher Carlule 35 Charles Hanley 35 David Stead 36 David Townsend 35 Joshua Culbreath 36 Vincent Frascmo 36 Robert Ot tlnger 36 Charles Culbreoth 36 JJ" HOMEROOMS 37 AND 38 Row I Kenneth Watts 38, Nancy Thomsen 38, Linda Stanmeler 37, Barbara Homme 38, An tomette Cucaln 38, Theresa Lmk 37, Martha Jane Mandrack 37, Nancy Hamel 38, Raymond Rose 37, Alnce Cottman 37, Robert Wray 37 Row ll Carlo Volpe 37, Sara Clarke 37, Ellen Lupp 38, Dale Warhurst 37, Anne Levm 37, Linda Kuntz 38, Eleanor Martesl 37, Mary Louise Wagner 38, Davud Stever 38, Mary Ann Bono 37 Row III Edward Bean 37, Robert Campbell 37, Susan Starr 33 Carol Teepell 38, Leonard Forbes 37, lydua Schaller 37, Carolyn Smuth 37, Sandra Slough 38, David Evans 37 Row 4 Barry Qungley 38, Wulluam Hunsberger 38, Donald Callus 38, Eugene Cestrone 37, Thomas Krrby 38, Robert McCurdy 38, James McGaughey 38, George Yahraes 37, Arnold Spence 37 Row V Joseph Chell 37, Thomas Wmberg 37, Harrls Gramm 37, Albert Elluott 37, Bruce Young 38 -' ,nn Q --3- . .....-V-...... 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V V ,- Q HOMEROOMS 39 AND 40 Row I Thelma Fitzhugh 39 George Hughes 39 Judith Klngklner 39 Ruth Gamble 39 Carol Brennan 40 Helen Smith 40 Charles Santoro 40 Robert Dlbble 39 Joyce Baird 40 Row II Matilda Bambi 40 Ton: Cantymagll 39 Bethany Holliday 40 Mary Bisbing 39 Carol Melnhardt 40 Joan Brown 40 Susan Moshelm 40 James Perkins 40 Gloria Galzlnsku 40 Catherine D Pasquale 40 Row III Bernice Johnson 39 Joan Zollers 39 Carl Kocher 39 Glenn Pascal 40 Robert Baesman 40 Paul Slaughter 39 Emery Landis 40 Bonnie Qumty 39 Hortense Cooke 40 Shirley Mller 39 Row IV Thomas Smith 39 Robert Perry 39 Harry Isbrecht 39 Edward Vandegrlft 39 David King 39 Row V John Powers 39 Russell Bender 40 Robert Siuta 40 Anthony Giambrone 40 Glenn Schall 39 HOMEROOMS 41 AND 42 Row I Stephanie Sisca 42 Diane Baird 42 Nancy Peden 42 Deborah Newton 42 Dorothy Nun gesser 42 Jane Booz 42 Rachel Volpe 42 Mil clred Manning 41 Flora Getty 41 Row II Carol Getty 42 Susan Wood 41 John Follet 41 Jac queline Reese 41 Judith Brunt 41 Mildred Hood 41 Jaye Fosbenner 41 Michael Falco 42 Mar garet DiGlovanni 42 Nancy Flannery 41 Row III Jean Lenker 41 Wilbur Trubble 41 Frances Peterson 41 Louise Rose 42 Robert Eastman 42 Anthony Romano 41 Harvey Lasher 41 Sandra Gabel 42 Pamela Shlrey 41 Row IV James ODonneIl 41 Frank Gagliano 41 James Jordan 42 John Kratz 42 Lane Hartenstrne 41 Charles Jones 41 William Coudrist 42 Row V Frederick Struthers 42 Harold Wells 41 Preston Campbell 42 Daniel Marino 42 Richard Natoll 42 Robert Lewis 42 HOMEROOMS 43 AND 44 Row I: George Nerlino 43, Girard Schell 44, John Heacock 43, Susan Woelfle 44, Mary Lou Piziak 43, Ruthanne Murphy 44, Susan Bardsley 43, Robert Cohen 44, Mary Lou Judge 43. Row II: Cheryl Christy 44, Lynn Florant 44, Barbara Perron 43, Lynn McCawley 43, Robert Santan- gelo 44, Jane Conrad 44, Raymond Rodenbaugh 44, Pamela Whitesell 43, Judith Exley 43, Carol Davis 44. Row Ill: Christine Durante 43, Ronald Balthaser 44, James Wells 43, Sharon Yocum 44, Arthur Schell 44, Joanne Stanley 44, Fred- erick Moll 43, Patricia Larkins 43, Donna Ledger 44. Row IV: David Hoftmaster 44, James Ball 43, Patrick Mandracchic 43, Michael Peterson 44, John Szakal 43, Richard Brown 43, Francis Wolf 43, Wilson Harp 43. Row V: James Zaf- farano 44, Jeffrey Jowett 42. -.sa tus: 1 -in HOMEROOMS 47 AND 49 Row I Linda Atkinson 49 Barbara Himes 47 Carol Marino 49 Diana Puacutelli 49 Robert Stem 49 Jane Henry 49 Theadocla Taliaferro 47 Dorothy Rehler 49 Margaret Carroll 47 Row II Frank DelVishlo 47 Ann Hoofner 47 Janet Hare 49 Nancy Plame 49 Margaret Reifsnelder 49 Renate Dohse 49 Carolyn Sue Shaulls 49 Clifford Smith 49 Row III Robert Sowers 47 Joseph Wasser 49 Barry Bishop 49 Russell Hendershot 49 Sandra Cox 49 Louis Mascara 47 Raw IV George Sibley 47 David Rotay 47 Leslie Jones 47 Robert Games 47 Clement Reinke 47 Karen Love 47 Patricia Eck man 47 Barbara LaSpma 47 Row V Margaret Shala 47 David Wood 47 William Everdlng 47 William Cam 49 Leonard Rothermel 49 Nada Sinclair 47 HOMEROOMS 45 AND 46 Raw I: Barbara Coleman 45, Donna Siletta 46, John Monastero 46, Gerald Powel 46, Maureen Hallman 45, Virginia Fasbenner 45, Mary Doud 45, Suzanne Brungart 45, Janet Small 46, Carol Herr 45. Row II: Kenneth Flowers 45, Roseann DiBaso 45, Mary Montgomery 46, Mariorie Dale 45, Elizabeth Fisher 46, Gloria Calegrove 45, Deborah Smith 45, Jacqueline Crane 45, Theresa Grantham 46, Eileen Nicholas 46, Barbara Ryan 45. Row III: Deana Boone 46, Carol Irwin 45, Joann Sauer 46, Clarence Kefer 46, Fedrick Olinick 45, Frank Dobbs 46, James Foster 46, Ronald Stuart 46, Ronald Heaton 46, Josephine Chadwick 45. Row IV: Joseph Amaroso 46, Ru- dolph McClure 45, Robert Fry 45, John Harllins 46, David Zollers 45, Nelson Byrd 46, John Van- derslice 45, Lane O'Neil 45. Row V: Thomas Ingram 45, Joseph Templeton 46, Samuel Di- Nenna 45, Mariorie Thomas 46, John Custer 46, Karen Kopp 46, HOMEROOMS 53 AND 55 Row I Conace Bonnie 55 Sarah Lauman 53 Lois Young 55 Vera Hoser 55 David Tyson 55 Carolee McFadden 53 Cheryl Knauer 53 Anna C Durante 55 Charlotte Termlne 55 Row II Carol Kimber 53 Dorothy Muller 53 Phyllis An zellotto 53 Sandra Pockup 55 Merrlly Brown 55 Nancy Fly 55 Kenneth Reed 53 Joan Ottlnger 55 Betsy Campbell 55 Row III Peggy Duffy 55 Ellen Axelrod 53 Dorothy Douglass 55 Loretta Dalton 53 Clarence Rogers 55 James Cassel 53 Charles Freece 53 Joseph Griftith 55 Neal Smith 53 James Kapenhaver 53 Dennis Wlzall 53 Row IV Allan Ewing 53 Larry Luvers 55 Elwood Willauer 55 Ronald Bachrad 55 William Palmer 55 Donald Seeton 53 Row V Lee Gavettl 55 Neal Quinn 55 Dan Preston 55 Robert LaSalvia 55 HOMEROOMS 56 AND 57 Row I: Beverly Douglas 56, Thelma Lobb 57, Peggy Heebner 56, Lois Kibblehouse 57, Faye Kahn 56, Barbara Showers 57, Helen Coleman 57, Charlotte Santangelo 57, Joan Frisco 56. Row II: Lorraine Greenawald 57, Donna Sauder 57, Connie Bailer 56, Judy Bishop 57, Frances Swartley 57, William Earl Cassell 57, Robert Wallis 57, Margaret Gordon 57, Lenora Hittle 57, Nancy Lewis 57. Row III: Stacia Dawson 56, Judy Adamson 57, Lee Hoffman 57, Richard Cooper 57, William Eleazer 56, Gerald Nave 57, Marilyn Anders 56, Diane Rogers 57, Carol Waldman 56. Row IV: Michael Licata 56, Robert Szalxal 56, Ralph Marston 56, Kenneth Wetzel 57, Rick Holman 57, Gary Musselman 56, James Wood 56, Anthony Di8eni 56. Row V: Gary Tyson 56, Richard Blaclrson 57. 1 HOMEROOMS 60 AND 61 Row I Gerry Russell 60 Carolyn Knerr 61 Loss Harley 60 Theresa Corba 60 Phyllis Bowman 60 Beatrice Oswald 60 Linda Prevatte 60 Angle Waldman 60 Marguerite Luvergaod 61 Row Il Tom Amarasa 60 Bonnie Baumgord 61 Thomas Cut? 61 George Coles 60 Gary Wnllauer 60 Nicholas Durante 60 Sal Branca 60 Charles Gambone 61 Thomas Ottey 61 Sue Funk 60 Row III Emily Kenny 61 Steve Scott 60 Charles Abney 60 Ricky Barclay 60 Wmfried Krapp 61 David Stephenson 61 Walt Drescher 60 Dorothy Lucas 61 Joanne Kalamna 61 Row IV Ned Murray 61 James Fisher 61 Frank Rusal 60 Thomas Stembrrght 60 Charles Falco 60 Ken neth Childress 60 John Williamson 61 HOMEROOMS 58 AND 59 Row I Lillian LaSorda 59 Dolores Fnornto 58 Esther Carr 58 Barbara Hessler 58 Joyce Pas quele 59 Phyllis Verrunl 58 Emma Wambold 58 Marlene Pupeck 58 Carol Showalter 58 Row II Peg Klbblehouse 59 Gary Wildgust 58 Janet McClure 59 Joanne Buena 59 Arnold Jones 58 Linda Fort 59 Carol Novak 58 Pam Clemens 59 Kathy Morgan 58 Marlene Magen 58 Row III Shirley Spangler 58 James Petrlno 58 Allan Gramer 58 Wnnnfred Armstrong 59 Richard Knoeble 59 Renate Schneider 58 Marilyn Cranrmller 58 Donald Krauss 58 David Am bruster 58 Row IV William Cobb 59 Ernest Naule 59 Russell Bryant 58 John Wolferom 59 Robert Hllderbrand 58 Edward Long 59 Eugene Wells 59 Clyde Davenport 59 Row V John Deal 58 George Marks 59 Thomas Bown 58 James Ward 59 Edmund Moyer 58 I iii! HOMEROOMS 63 AND 65 Row I Elaine Carneavale 65 Arlene Brown stem 65 Leona Tldwell 63 Bobette Gllmore 63 Anna Marne Gnsdale 63 Carol Fama 65 Davld Ellington 63 Joanne Krleble 63 Nancy Lore 63 Row ll Judith Beattie 65 Lucinda Beech 65 Glona Puekansku 65 Holly Brusch 65 Gerald Smath 65 Charles Arena 65 Herbert Schell 63 Nathaniel Boukmght 63 Carole Marshall 63 Theodora Carlnle 63 Row Ill Nrcholas Fulmer 63 Charles Gwen 65 Joseph Garnbone 65 John Pulcnm 63 John Fusco 65 Edwm Markel 63 Row IV Davnd Aker 63 Howard Brock 65 Joseph Garner 65 Jack Eucherly 63 Stanley Johnson 65 CALENDAR SEPTEMBER The openmg of the school year The mductlon of Student Council oftncers The sports season opens wnth Cross Country meet with Conestoga The first football game wlth Pottstown 21 25 Semor slttmgs for Spuce portraits OCTOBER 5 Extracurricular club program begins T6-Schoolmen s Week 23 Fnrst report pernod ends 27 Buslness Education Day NOVEMBER Semor Play Our Heart Were Young an Gay Thanksglvnng Day DECEMBER Fall Sports Awards Assembly Second report perlod ends Chrtstmas program an assembly to January 4 Chrxstmas recess JANUARY Poetry Reading Contest Semor Banquet Times Herald Oratorncal Contest 29 Thlrd report peruod ends FEBRUARY Second semester begins ll Junior Class Assembly MARCH Sclence Farr In gymnasuum 8 Natzonal Merlt Scholarship Tests admnnnstered 10-Semor Class Assembly ll Fourth report peruod ends APRIL Honor Soclety Inductnon Career Conferences Mask and Wng Presentatuon MAY Family Night Junuor Prom Semor Awards Assembly Memorial Day June 7 Semor Examlnataons JUNE Spice Assembly Baccalaureate Graduatlon of the Class of T960 The end of the school year CITE 9- ' 1- ' 17- . . . . - . - 'l8- ' l8- ' - - . . . . . 34- G Q , . 7- . . - ll V 77 67- H "' 5 d ll-18-Easter recess 28- ' ' 27- ' ' l l- ' ' 3- u 14- ' ll- 27- ' 17- ' ' so- ' 23- .. 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N R A Q '77 ,,,,,.cM..f .it 5 TUYQQQOIMJ 'D A else if 'F' " uv Q., , I 2 ,, ' ' I Q wl 'Q ! 0.44 1 A THE BLUE AND WHITE By H SEVERN REGAR o the earth be filled with flowers Most beautlful and sweet An the roses and the lllaes Hide the pathway at our feet the blue and white shy violets Wnll eer be our delight For they wear the loyal colors Of our Emblem Blue and White ln all kmds of school athletncs No honor do we lack For to Norrnstown we re gnvmg Wuth a spurrt never conquered For N HS we tlght And we never growl at bemg Black and blue for Blue and White When our three year course IS ended And we leave our school so dear will make the world take notice Of our challenge Look whos here or we ve learned that whute means pureness And blue means worth and rnght And our laves shall be the witness Of our love for Blue and White Th ' ' , d .. Oh, . . . , . . , .,. Victories won on field and trackg We ' ' J I ll F ' ' CREDITS The stat? of Space 1960 gratefulty ockncwledges the assnstance of the followmg Robert Humphreys photography Washington Convention and Vlsntors Bureau, Washington D C photography 1 1 1 1 ' -I A Cappella Choir Alma Mater Amateur Radio Club Band Baseball Basketball Boys Basketball Glrls Berger Muss Dorothy E Cafeteria Mamtenance Calendar Cheerleaders Class Prophecy Class Wtll C'ubs Credlts Cross Country Dedlcatnon Faculty Football Girls Sports Club Go HI Ey Business Staff H1 Eye Literary Stat? Hockey Honor Soclety Jumor Assembly Junuor Congress Jumor Prom Key Club Secreta nes 122123 1011 2 129142 108109 101 Kost Mr Lewus Llbrary N ub Outstandung Sensors Press Club Scrabble Page Semor Assembly Semor Banquet Semor Class Portraits Semor Congress Semor Pay Semor Prom Shank M E a Sixty Page Soccer Sophomore Congress Spice Business Staff Space Festival Sprce Literary Staff Student Councll Swlmmnng Boys Swummlng Girls Tennis Boys Tennis Girls Track Wrestlmg 96 97 66 67 1365 76 77 74 75 82 83 ' ............,,,,.,,,, 95 , . 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ALI I 45 I .. , I ,C I 1 I L I , , ' . , ,SQ ' . 3 ' I I 7 . I' HOMEROOM 14- NIISS KATHERINE C. RINIJLAUB I - -B 1 4' ., 7 r I . . . r' II , . f I' . .I. I. . If r 2 . I q .8 1 . 1 I J , .S , . YI? . . - ' f I Motuconuzv LUUNY V X- UANF l W X il To the Class o 1960 N IS the tlme to transfer your hard earned School Savmgs ANWWFW TRUST COMPANY NORRISTOWN Its easy lf's smart At any Omce Mann Office Mcnn 8. 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