North Coventry High School - Torch Yearbook (Pottstown, PA)

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THE CLASS UF '44 NUHTH EUVENTHY HIGH 5l:HnnL 19,-amid .... if ir TREE ik U99 'k 'k TQDLESCGEJ PUBLISHED HY THE SENIUH IILASS NIIHTH EIIVENTHY HISH SEHIIIIL PIITTSTUWN, PENNSYLVANIA UEIIIII TED TU we MARGARET M MONTGOMERY ESTHER C CLARK The teacher IS it the crossroads to dlrect and gu1de We of the Class of 1944 fully apprecxate th1s st itement Only noyx can xxe weyx as a whole our entlre school clreer and the help and d1I'CL,t1OIl QINCII us by our teachers m all phases of school hfc As we began our senror year we found an ever 1DCf6lS111g need for careful gu1d1nce 111 many extra currlcular undertakmgs M1ss Montgomery and Mrs Clark were especlally helpful for W1thOUt thelr advlce and able SUPCFVISIOII our largest undertaklns, Thc Torch would have been 1m posslble To show our SIDLCTL lppreclatlon for thelr a1d we gratefully ded1cate th1s book to them They struck the match that lwhted our Torch 4 , YH . v ,, Jr Q. ,shi Wg U r A ' felis " nLi'Qf'Q3 . . H - - - -- 1 1 . 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HARRY BARTH Editor m Chief H ARRN B ARTH D AX ID RL LP DOROTHX ECKER EDITOR IN CHIEF ASSISTANT EDITOR BUSINIESS MANAGER ASSISTANT BUSIIXESS MAIN AGERS LLTHER GUEST IREINE SPOHIN LITERARY EDITOR MARY STOLDT PERSOINALS EDITOR MARJORX LISHOP ASSISTANT PERSONA S EDITORS HELEN EVAINS HAROLD KLLP BARBARA KISSLINIG JOYCE SCHEETZ CAROLYN ESLICKER FEATURES EDITOR IOHN STEWARTZ ART EDITORS HARRY BARTH FLORENCE COLLEDGF JEAN MLFRUDDEIN DOROTHY ECKER Business Nlanager SPORTS EDITORS DOROTHY KHRISTVIAN OLIVER BEALER ASSISTANT SPORTS EDITORS FLORENCE FOLLEDGE ROBERT BLSH GEORGE TORAK RICH ARD Vs ALTERS RICHARD BARTH COPY EDITOR MANIIE CASPER ASSISTANT COPY EDITORS GLORIA VOGEL MARGARET IVILRRAY LAURA KOCONI CARLEEIN WARNER FACULTY ADVISERS MISS MARGARET 'VIOINTGOMERY MRS HARRY CLARK THE TUHIIH ST FF UF '44 1 X 6, 'R VIRGINIA SVUAVELY, LIQCILLE BILGER PHOTOGRAPHY EDITORS, UHIIII PAUL H GHIM Supervlslnq Prlnclpal B S Soc1alStud1es Albright College Graduate work Umverslty of Pennsylvania Graduates You and I have been work1ng together dur1ng the last four years When you were 1n nmth grade our assoclatlons began At that t1me you were seventy seven strong When your tenth grade work began you had wlth the add1t1on of ten puprls from Umon Townsh1p an enrollment of sxxty seven Durmg your tenth year 1n school war came to our beloved country At the start of eleventh grade you had decreased IH number to forty mne Now as you withdraw from the halls of Norco you are thlrty three 1n number who w1ll IBCCIVC the coveted drploma I have grven you these class enrollments to make a polnt Do you recall that on january '41 10 Problems of Democracy class I gave you some per cent were satlsied w1th llfe as they found It They counted the obstacles and falled to see the objectlves I belleve that you are not one of these At th1s t1me you should be gettmg ready to 10111 the four percent group You worked you envrsxoned you achleved a part of your lxfe s goal The four percent 1S the leadersh1p group How many of you w1ll be 1n that krngly one percent who w1ll reach the top? What does It requ1re7 You must remember the square whlch showed each srde perfectly balanced A four square l1fe calls for physlcal development mental growth soclal adjustment and a deep rooted rel1g1ous spmt May God grant such a four fold full l1fe for you da! I I I I l T ' 7 3 . . , . 1 5 I . centage figures? They were ninetyffive, four, and one. The ninetyffive per' . , , . , , r . . FACULTY ALVIN S ALDERFER A B Biology Lllilltl College Txxo year erxlee it Noreo Prohlemc of Democracy Bloloqy Srtety Pwtrol Sponsor As 1 tmt Biskethall Coxeh Sophomore ClaQs Advlser MIRIAM L ARNOLD B S Educatnon The Pennsylx mla St ate College Cnc yur erxlee at Norco Ellgll h Spee h Freshman Cla Q Aduser Norco Neve Adu er MARJORIE W BELL A B Lrberal Arts Ur mus College Three years Qeru e it Norco Lltm EIlLl1Sl1 umor C11 llny Dlre tor Noreo Newe Adu er umor Clr S Aelxleer ESTHER M CHANDLER B S Musxc Education West Chebter Stite T 1 her Coll T lrteen ye rr LIXILL it Noreo Mu le Superwlsor C lee Cluh l J 1 1 I X f ' 2 5 s' ' " 2 ' N ' - - X r ' e , L Z " 1 s s z . 1 ' :V 1 . . 25" V '1 ' 1 -f 1 I S v - - .....,. ....,. . S , C ' 52 Y' A' L. -Q - , - vs v 5 . '1 . 5' fr X "4 Q 'ce 1 L 1 .Y J :ss 'Q ' tc N - e -" fg- J Q 5 ' L - 5 3' ' Q N csc ' 5 cge , h' , U2 55,.:.,l . SA 5 V, e I e , i 11 'M 4 1' 5. at NANCY L. DOVEY B. S. Health Education, Social Studies West Chester State Teachers College Physical Education, Health JCI-IN B DeVINCENTIS B S Industrial Education The Pennsylvania State College Ten ye rrs SCYVICC at Norco Shop Mechanical Drawing Semor Class Advlser JESSIE M DELP B S Education East Stroudsburg State Teachers College Two years seruce 'rt Norco History B xsketb 111 Coach Sophomore Class Adviser Illlllll ae ESTHER C CLARK A B Liberal Arts junuta College K I 3 3 , Q . . Y- K F. . if , 'Vx , In fir ,r S A , Fourteen years service at Norco iv 47 M 3 A l R V i 3 B gl 5 l g . Engllsh French Llbfifllll Scmor llly D1fLgtOf Torch Adxrscr 8 CLARE K LANE B S Secondary Educatlon Mxllersvxlle State Teaehers Collev Two years SCIVILC at Noreo HISCOIY Geography Seventh Grade Class Advl er FIILTY EARL S FRIES B S Education West Chester Stxte Teiehers Coll The Pennsylxamt State Colleve Txxo years seruee at Noreo Chemrstry Phy SILS Cenerxl Selenee Mathematles lumor Class Adx 1se r CLYDE S JACKSON B S Agrlcultural Education The Pennsylx mla State College Nme years serx 1ce it Noreo FFA PETER A LeDONNE A B Education and Psychology Wayxmeshurg, College One years erxxee lt Noreo Physle 11 Edu tron benerml Selenee Bisketlull Co xeh 4 , ,N , 3 , ,t - , W cgc 3 H v If I 5 3 3 ' 5 , -.K M s v'- - I Y, Y .' , I H 2 'D3 -W . " f vi ' 5 Shop, Agriculture, Related Science . . N , Dc . , y .G , , 1 D . . 1 f f , , ,,, w yy. '- Ss V'-11 - v-'M -1. ' 'a s I Us --. . ' 1 1 z ' MARIE A MCDERMOTT B S Commercial Educatron Immaculatm College Txxo years seruce at Norco Commercnl SfUd16S Sophomore Cla s Adv1ser UHIIU MARGARET M MONTGOMERY B S Commerclal Education Immacul 1t1 College Elex en years SBFVICC at Norco W Secretarral Stuches Torch Adv1ser Norco News AdVlSCf Cheerleadlng Coach Semor Clmss Advlser CARL M PENNYPACKER B S Art Education Kutztown State Teachers College Frvc years serv1ce at Norco Art Supervlsor Mechrrmlcal DIEIWIDU Football Coach Frcshm in Class Adxlser Norco Nexxs Adxlser Serxmg 111 Ul11ICd Stites Army EMILY J RIEGEL B S Home ECOIIODIICS Marwsficld SfltL Tcxchcrs Colle Tvko yells crxlcc II Norco Home Economrcs I O 3 f ' , . 3 ' . . 5 . ' 1 1 v v 1. K . V 1 ff ' S Y A? , . 2 1 , if , ' A- 'f A- aff, ,. 93192 ' ' ' -g.::z:::-wif' " .:I' 1 ..,. .,.. - -- H - I-2, ,. ,, . :.:f:, ' gl - QQ gg ' W . X . D . , 2 - . D 1 ' V .. Q. . f 1 S V. . . I 3 7 , f i , ,R Y . .gc 1 y si - S 3 V ' . X 2 . . B S Biology Mathematics English SIXICCD years scrwcc xt Norco Mathem mcs E1ghth Gradc Clxss Adu cr FACULTY efferson Hospxtal Training School The Pennsylvama St ite Teachers Cor ege Three years serwlce at Norco School Nurse EDNA G SHINEHOUSE Nluhlcnlicrg Colle c 2.451 VIRGINIA E WELDNER North Coventry Hugh School Pottstown Busmess School Txxo ycwrs erwlce at Norco School Secretary AUSTIN C HIPPLE anltor Thlrtc n ye mrs of futhful serxlc at N Jrco . . , , A , , Y .Q . . . f K 1 1 w 2 - 4 4' f C 2 . , I 3 I is ' , , - Q1 1- 1 1 fc Y 4153 , 2 ' , 1 lllllfl Q l ' 1. 5 " I ff?9f"", f' Wm x, 3 4' r , W. J ' rc 'H - 2 ' 'e r ' - 4 1---0 ,j 3 2 f -.4 A ff, 1 THE CLASS UP '44 4 Left to right Vu-gnma Swavely Luther Guest Marjory Bishop Mary Stoudt Presxdent VICE Presldent Secretary Treasurer CLASS OFFICERS Class Motto Purpose ls What C lves L1fe Meanmg Class Color Maroon md Whlte Class Flower Yellow Tea Rose Audemlc Seeretwmal Home ELOIIOIDILS CQJHIHIGIICLIIICIIY Date HONOR STUDENTS I4 Vlfglnli Swavely Luther Guest Marjory Blshop Mary Stoudt Harry Barth Vlfg1H11 Swavely Mary Stoudt Floremc Colledge ....May 31 1944 EL SS DVISEHS MISS MARGARET M MONTGOMERY MR JOHN B DeVINCENTIS S SE IIJH5 Front row, left to right Mxss M Montgomery adviser E Smlth H Evans L Guest M Stoudt V Swavely M Bnshop H Barth G Vogel D Ecker L Kocon Mr I D Vmcenus advnser Second row Scheetz F Colledge C Warner M Casper McCrudclen B Klsslmg C Eslxcker M Murray D Chrlstman L Bllger I Spohn Thxrd row R Walters W Mourar H Kulp G Torak R Bush D Barto Stewartz D Kulp Fourth row P Motto R Barth P Shanmger O Bealer C Rhoads I 5 :jg ,. - , f' "F, .ij "3 ff 1.2221 . .Wien 0 H 'I' jf . Y, 2' X, . '- ' s 5 - 1 - Q ' v , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . e- , . J' a ' , - r ' 9 J- v ' v , . , . , . , . . - . , . , . , . , . , . , I. , . 1 . , . , . , . , . . X J Allllle Q fn'-T-Q:-T , VIRGINIA A. SWAVELY "Ginny" SECRETARIAL Class President, 9, 10, ll, 12: Hockey Manager. 11. 12: Assistant Basketball Manager, 10, 111 Play Prompter, ll: "Torch" Staff: "Norco News", 12. "Manners carry the world for the moment: Character. for all time." Our able president for four years . . , steady and dependable . . . conscientious . . . dignified and reserved . . , originator of many witty sayings . . . fond of rings . . . blushes easily . . . agreeable and kind . . , hopes to be an efficient secretary. Presidenfs essaqe Our final year in North Coventry High School has drawn to a close. As we look hack over the past four years, we realize that they are the finest and most profitable ones we have ever ex' perienced. Our progress throughout these years has helped us to set up for ourselves aims and ideals which are based, not on the desire to acquire material wealth, but on the desire to build worth' while charactersfstrong characters that will withstand the temptaf tions that we know await us in this unsettled, war torn world. We have started to form the mold of our lives with these high ideals as our foundation. Our willingness to work together for the good of the class, our friendships, our experiences in classfroom and other activitiesAall these have gone into the building of our characters. It is with deepest regret that I, as president, must say farewell to my classmates, who have worked with me and supported so loyf ally all class undertakings. In all your school associations and conf tacts, you have been a Hne influence. Let us all work to achieve these high aims and ambitions, using the knowledge we have gained to aid us as we strive toward our objectives, So, as you take leave to begin your journey through life, I wish you all the best of luck in your future undertakings. THE CLASS UF NINETEEN FUHTY-FUUH I 6 THE CLASS Ulf NINETEEN FUHTY FIIUR HARRY J BARTH Harry ACADEMIC Archery Club 10 Chess and Checker Club 10 Class Play ll 17 Norco News 11 ASQOCIHIC Edltor l Ba ketball W Torch Staff Edltor There 15 only one proof of abxllty actlon ln f I-I-I Tall and handsome profes es to have no tlme for women f I-I-I one of the twms capable earnest a master mmd plays the trumpet hates losmg an argument plans to become a chemzst RICHARD C BARTH Happy VOCATIONAL F FA 9 10 11 Secretary 1' Shop Cub 9 Archery Club 10 Smce llfe IS brlef we need to make lt brnght Flrmly opposed to home work relxable stage manager as no tnme for g1rls wants to get an old jalopy hkes to tease Shamnger Barto s pal thlnks hell start an xnsane a ylum to prevent hlmself from harming others DANIEL E BARTO Dan ACADEMIC Danclng Club 9 R1fle Club 10 Class Play ll Each tlme ln lxfe comes but once Make the most of lt Usually found at Ramble Inn travels wlth Ludy and Barney wears snappy sweaters ha a subtle sen c of humor hstens to hls share of gosszp cowboys a tractor always found at dances hope to bccomc a avxato I7 W OLIVER BEALER Oliver SECRETARIAL Band 9 Orchestra 9 Safety Patrol 9 Dancing Club 10 Glee Club 12 Class Play 12 Norco News 12 Torch Staff Gentle of speech efliclent of mlnd Tall slam and good lookmg fazr complexlon neat qulet very efllclent of a serxous nature a dependable comrnerclal student well dressed sports a 32 Plymouth roadster w1ll surely succeed m the busmess world LUCILLE I BILGER Lucy SECRETARIAL Dancmg Club 9 10 ll Torch Stall Norco News 12 The pleasantest thmgs m the world are pleasant thoughts and the great art of lxfe IS to have as many of them as posslble Beautxful naturally curly ha1r reserved quxet efliclent usually seen wxth Dottxe a capable committee worker MARJORY L BISHOP Margie ACADEMIC Class Play 11 12 Class Secretary 11 12 Norco News 9 10 11 ASSOCIBE Edltor 12 Hockey 9 10 11 12 Basketball ll Dancmg Club 9 Dramatlc Club 10 Glee Club 11 1 Torch Staff No one who does not enjoy work can truly enjoy anytmng else K W 4 Unbounded energy successful IH everything she undertakes wxde variety of mterests good naturecl faultless recorder of class statlstlcs very careful driver plans to be a very patlent school teacher THE CLASS UF NINETEEN PIJHTY PIIUH l ....... , 9 , : , s ' , 9 , , , , , , . ll 77 , , , , , , . , I , I . . . . . . I . . . l . . . will make someone a good secretary. . CI ' Y, r 7 7 5 7 ! 9 3 y D .. , , 1 .-... l , M , -, , , , , . , , . ' ' is ii 4 2 I ' 5 ' 1 ' ' Z5 S 4 r b r ,4 -A 2 . . . . .. N 1 . . c 1 ,g . . U y , . . . I F 7 - . . 6 0 - - - A . . . . . . , W V . . . . . . , - ROBERT BUSH Bushy COMMERCIAL FFA 10 Athletlc Club 10 Football Manager 17 Basketba Torch Staff Ever let the fancy roam Pleasure never ls at home I-4 I rn n r- Di an an : -11 2 lt! Z rn 1-E rm rn Z -11 : :ll H I-4 H1 : 1: :G Jammu llll if I ITIITI Gets along wlth all the gurls hkes football blond wavy alr works only lf ln need of money never lacks conver satlonal xdeas Interested IH alrplanes future aviator MAMIE CASPER Mamie SECRETARIAL Kmttxng Club 10 Torch Staff Noro News 1 A true friend and a real one jolly and compamonable Attractlve reserved capable of domg all her work halls from Umon Townshlp good typlst frrendly person a lty very lrkeable llkes to dance a member of the Irene Mary L1ll1an Mamle quartet wlll be an efhclent and pretty HUTSC DOROTHY S CHRISTMAN 'Dot GENERAL Archery Club 9 Dancing Club 9 Dramatlc Club 10 Glee Club 11 12 Hockey 9 10 11 12 Basketball 10 Class Play 11 12 Torch Staff MUSIC IS fundamental one of the great sources of hfe health strength and happiness Beautiful brown eyes a lovely volce set ID her ways mdependent frank llkes to drnve Dad s Buxck believes women drivers are better than men gets around wxtty wrntes dally to Ed xn the Servnce a future opera star I9 .- if 57 , 1 N 5 , 1 4 v ' I , , , ,-, ll,1-, 1 .I 1 I .. .. 1 1 . 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FLORENCE E COLLEDGE FIOSSIB VOCATIONAL Hockey 10 11 12 Basketball 10 11 Sewmg Club 9 10 Norco News 12 Torch Staff A quiet person a good worker and a great glrl ulet untxl you know her good hockey player popular among all students good leader doesnt care for dances prefers movles and roller skatlng llkes to have fun one of Grants glrls good natured supports class act1v1t1es would llke to be a WAP DOROTHY H ECKER Dome SECRETARIAL Dancmg Club 9 10 Norco News 1 Torch Staff Never let a difficulty stop you It may be only sand on your track to prevent your Sklddlllg Usually found with Lucy well dressed tall and neat dlmples capabl business manager patlent calm and collected thmks a lot of some one over there will make someone a good secretary CAROLYN ESLICKER Carolyn I' VOCATIONAL Danclng Club 9 10 Sewing Club 10 Torch Staff 7 1 n Nothing ln hfe 19 such a maker of joy and cheer as the prrvrlege of domg good met vocatlonal student always has her homework com pleted lsnt afrald of hard work agreeable takes llfe serlously doesnt gossrp nursemald to the foxes e - wish you success in what you do in your future life and may you find happiness. AYXXM THE CLASS UF NINETEEN FIIHTY FUUH THE CLASS UF NINETEEN FIJHTY FIJUH ll ll HELEN L EVANS Helem ACADEMIC f U Hockey 9 10 11 17 Class Play 17 Danclng Club 9 10 Glec Clt 11 12 Torch taff rr-I I-I-' Be content wlth what you have never wxth what you are f sIUd1OUS but llkes to have fun usually 'llgIllf16d all around athlete hkes to dance staunch supporter of Norco shmmg dark halr a country lass hopes to becom a nurse M LUTHER GUEST Ludle ACADEMIC Band 9 10 Orchestra 9 10 Pmg Pong Club 9 Athletxc Club 11 Torch Staff Great works are performed not by strength but by perseverance Very sllm many nicknames gestures with hands blond halr supports class defender of freedom of speech snappy dresser belleves nn en1oy1ng oneself capable dr1ver d1st1ngu1shes all makes of cars We wxsh you success on the hrgh seas BARBARA L KISSLING Babs ACADEMIC Dancing Club 9 10 Hockey 9 10 11 Captain 12 Glee Club 10 ll 12 Class Play ll Torch taff A true frlend and a real one jolly and companlonable Captam of the hockey team movxe Send capable Wool worth employee qulck temper wrll do favors for classmates llkes to dance good athlete has many frlends hopes to contxnue her work with the jumor choxr 2 I .- , 4 I . A 0 A I' 1 H 1 I . 1 0 A , , , , -2 , -Q , , 2 5 vb, , 5 .. .. S i E M , ' Z . I.. Iwi: F , , . . t . . . f yo 'i l' , , 1 ..- Cl ' 91 , , Q , , L ' , Q ' , 103 Class Treasurer, 9, 10g Class Vicefpresident, ll, 12g Class Play, .. ., , . .. , , .. I a 1 Q I 1 n . 1 I Q n Q KK 77 , , 3 , 2 H S . .. . , . .. , . LAURA KOCON Lolly SECRETARIAL Dancmg Club 9 Glee Club 10 Class Play 11 Norco News 12 Torch Staff Her qulet unassummg way bespeaks an offer wh1ch succeeds Reserved capable sometlmes gossxps hard worker all around athlete IS popular wrth most boys doesn t care for dancmg a good frlend to those who really know her hopes to lom the Marlnes DAVID KULP Von Guttenberg ACADEMIC Arrplane Club 9 Dancmg Club 10 Debating Team 10 Class Play 11 Torch Staff Attempt the end and never stand to doubt Nothing s so hard but search wlll find It out Farr complexxon hair stands on end excellent student shows no lnterest m g1rls77 very quxet ln school good speaker never zdle plans to take pre med rn college HAROLD R KULP Rudy I' I I ' VOCATIONAL Dancing Club 9 FFA 9 10 11 17 Rlfle Club 10 Class Play l A 1 H 1 Torch Staff Basketball 17 Let tomorrow take care of tomorrow pl 7 l-I-I I-I-I Leave things of the future to fate Whats the use to antxclpate sorrow7 L1kes to farm supports the class fond of chxckens takes llfe senously follows the news likes to play basketball hopes to become a scxentxfic farmer 1n the post war world THE CLASS UF NINETEEN FUBTY FIIIUH if , , 1 si A ' SS 59 . 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J 2 ' I 4 F 1 . . we , . ...li . . -il. 9 , i.. , - . 5 -1. , . . i . . . 1 N . . - - THE CLASS UP NINETEEN FIIHTY I-'llllll JEAN E MCCRUDDEN Irish SECRETARIAL Dancmg Club 9 Dramatlc Club 10 Glee Club ll 1 Hockey Class a 1 Norco ew Torch Staff I 1 ll Be frlendly and you will never want frlends HI Jeanme Wlth the lrght brown hazr personallty plus com f rr' edran thmks only of Ted energetlc lmpersonator fountam glrl at Ramble Inn amlable llkes to dance dependable 1n all class actxvltres her dramatic ablllty w1ll brlng her success PAUL MOTTO Pau COMMERCIAL Rzfle Club 9 10 Archery 10 Has a very detlnlte mmd of hrs own rarely agrees wlth anyone black hair crxsp and wavy mdlvlduallstlc manner of walkmg converses endlessly a genurne tease George Toraks friend and nexghbor a confirmed bachelor never could understand teachers gleaming whlte teeth posse sor of deep voice may jorn the Marmes WALTER E MOURAR Walt COMMERCIAL Rrfle Club 9 Dancing Club 10 Basketball 12 Football 12 Good temper like a sunny day sheds a brlghtness over everythmg Easy gorng never seems to worry halls from Stowe transportatlon dxflicultles smlles for everyone every boys fnend few enemles member of the locker room quartet doesn t lxke cold weather he would like to be an electncal engmeer lbw- 23 fl ' 77 ' , 4 ' , z , , 2: , V 4 N s I 9 10 ll 12' Pl y 11 2: " N s" 12' H N ' I ' , , , , , , , , I I . E f .. . . - N f L . . . 1 . ' 1 El rn E A - - H N . . . . . I . . . ' 5 . . . ' ' . . . ' . . . ' . ,W -:I 1 I "I agree with no man's opinionsg I have some of my own." Cl if I . f I 'Mi MARGARET M MURRAY Reggle SECRETARIAL Dancing Club 9 10 Glee Club 10 Pmg Pong Club 10 Norco News 12 Torch Stall' Keep your face toward the sunshme and the shadows wxll fall behmd you Pretty eyes s lm nicely dressed neat excellent roller skater co operatrve enjoys playmg her spmet plano works for the good of the class undecxded about future CHARLES RHOADS Chucky GENERAL Pmg Pong Club 9 10 Athletxc Club 10 Football 10 12 Hes short and small But he beats them all the season problem to all teachers xnterested in all sports usually found with Dot drives a DeSoto d1st1nct1ve glggle travels wxth Don can be counted on for humor ln gulps smgs 1n shower wants to jom the Merchant MHYIDCS IOYCE A SCHEETZ Scheetz GENERAL I' Hockey 9 10 Manager 17 Class Play 12 DHDCIUQ Club 9 10 Glee Club 9 Basketball 9 12 Torch Staff y f H Not a care nary a worry AWXXM My days go by 1n a hurry Beautrful gray green eyes popular with all students gets along famously wrth the boys yltterbug has an an wer for all wrse cracks qulck temper but forgives easily very wltty would llke to be a nurse 1n the future THE CLI-155 UF NINETEEN PUHTY PUUH M M if ' 77 I Q - ' - ss , , , , , , , , , - , if YI ' , , 3 ' , Q , , . Small but mighty . . . blue eyes . . . made the Hrst touchdown of . I ' 4 tb V1 - . ' I . . . N C6 VI A I L y , 1 , y -S , Z I , , C 'J 9 , 1 , , L M - 1 I I .. y f I 0 , , L - ii : . 4 s ' - . , . - Q . . . . P . ,,.. .- I ' ' . , . . . . . . s -M-M O -1-1 4 Q . , . 4 Y' Q ' . . . l 2: . . 7 . THE CLASS UF NINETEEN I-'UHTY FIIUH ll li PERNIN L SHANINGER Perkm ACADEMIC I y Rrfle Club 10 Plng Pong Club 10 Chess Club 10 ! All great men are dead and lm not feeling well Red haxr drlves a Wxllys dxstmgulshed by his plpe rn I-I-U can talk hls way out of any predxcament never shaxe be ongs to the t 1be of udy Barto Walters l Bush likes to bowl burns up the long dxstance telephone NXXXNM I f 'O f ' 5 ' . A ' . rv ' . ,,' .B . . ' A O .M Q . ,,, g , I9 , - w , ' U.. , . .. . 2 Q 2 3 V' , - . FY l. V V 'fs -1 . ' O I a , r - ll! . '. .n - ' . ' D' I - . . O . , 2- U . I 'D . A . : '- - E, 1 ' - Q ' . ' ' ' - , ' ' z ul l. : 'Cx - fll r . bv . 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"' U . . : wlres often wornes travels a great deal EVA MARION SMITH Eva SECRETARIAL Dancmg Club 9 Sewmg and Kmttmg Crum 10 Learn to greet your frxends wlth a smlle t smallest member of me Class pleasant dxsposrtnon very sl1m plays plano usually seen wlth Margaret Murray consumes many pulls a future secretary for the owner of a large corporatron V IRENE SPOHN Rene SECRETARIAL Sewmg and Kmttlng Club 10 Norco News 1 Torch Stall' Pleasant words are a honeycomb sweet to the soul and health to the bones Pretty brown eyes quiet a good student halls from Monocacy a member of the Stoudt Casper Spohn tno enjoys a laugh an ofllce gxrl at Spicer s Her qulet efflclency wlll help her to success m the busmes world A -1 25 JOHN B STEWARTZ sack ACADEMIC Dancmg Club 9 Class Vxce presrdent 9 Debatmg 9 10 Safety P rol 9 10 11 Glee Club 11 12 Class Play ll 12 Norco News 10 ll 12 Torch S aff Musxc hath charms Handsome dlsplays sparklxng teeth falr COl'IlplCXlOI'l easy gomg personahty frlendly hkeable mnocent musically mcllned makes use of .hrs large vocabulary hopes to attend college MARY A STOUDT Mary SECRETARIAL Class Secretary 10 Class Treasurer 12 Norco News 11 12 Torch Staff Kmd words are the muslc of the world Lovely dark tresses falr complexion dark eyes neat lHs work and appearance an xdeal commerclal student rs dainty and femrmne always appears calm and collected one so lovely and talented wlll surely succeed ll I- Gt:ORGE M TORAK George COMMERCIAL M Shop 9 Dancing Club 10 Football Manager 12 Torch Staff Ablllfy 1S often accompamed by sllence A most surprlsmg person quret but fun lovlng Paul s con I stant compamon supports class to the l1m1t good committee worker competent football manager does not waste words neat 1n appearance and work small mterest m gurls w d dnt ay not anyj always agreeable may join Navy THE CLASS UF NINETEEN FIJHTY PIIUR SCJ. 7, ' ,Q " ' ,z 4 Hr , , , 9 , , 9 , , 9" s.. , y Z.. .. tl , 9 , 4" , : proves the old adage "beautiful but dumb" . . . quiet and reserved , A I s T ' ' J 1 1 . . - .. la- aff . - ff 1 - ,ag s . me -, IY4, p k , . -ii- IKB. -i , . A . Dancmg Club 10 Ba ketball 10 11 Torch Staff A dlllar a dollar a ten o clock scholar Beautlful smooth black halr known by her laugh has a Ll-I mlnd of her own lndependent mooth dancer able to take care of her elf has a steady boy friend object 1 J THE CLASS Ill? NINETI-ZEN FIIHTY I-'UUH WRYR:- RICHARD M WALTERS Duck VOCATIONAL A 9 10 11 Presldent 12 Patrol 9 10 11 Captain Dancxng Club 9 Pllot Club 10 Torch Staff Opxmons should be formed with great caution and changed with greater Studxous well mannered thanks only of 71 captain of the Patrol makes good use of a 40 Plymouth hopes to CARLEEN Y WARNER Weenu SECRETARIAL Glee Club 9 10 11 12 Dancing Club 9 Norco News 10 11 12 Basketball 11 Hockey 9 10 11 12 Torch Staff Dlhgence 15 the mother of good luck Pretty blue eyes ambmous salesman of the class a fast talker a swxft llttle wmg on the hockey team a lover of sports willing energetic has several jobs never idle would llke to be some mlllxonalre s secretary 27 xg Mfl"05l0QCf 'W QCOWUZQ JOSEPH STEWARTZ JACOB SOVIA PETER MICKANIS ROBERT WEIDENSAUL SERVING UNCLE SAM if-kia: fl e e , AW l 8 CLASS PIJEM 1 1111 T111 x 1x Ik I1 V 1 x L 11111 I1 1I k 111 1 1x 111111 111 1111111111 XX1l'xN L1 ILI'N11l1ll'l Il lll H 111111 1Vxll x11x1 Xxlf 11x 1' I1 111x1 1111111 n11 11 sus 111 1 1111 s111 .11111 111s11 1 111111111 11111 1111111111 11111111111r11 XV 1111 xx111t 111 11117 1111 11111 xx 1x Il xx1 t111.111x Q11111 1 1111111 r1 1 .111 11111 s1r11111s111 s 111 x.1r111 .111x 111 1111 NMI 1111 111 xx 111111 1111 TL xx1l11x1d 1 11' r 1 11111 1 .11111 1111 11 r 111 1111 1 1 1' 1 111111111t11111 Il xx1r111 111 1r 1 I1 xx r 1 1 11111 111 xx 1111111 ll xx.1x 11111 1 x N 111 1 L1 111 I1 1 KL 11111 111 xp111 1 11 1 11111111 11111 11 1 11111111 1111xx 1111 1 xx1 r 1 11 I1 xx r 1 1 I1 x 1 11 1 ' 1 1 1111 1 1111111111 IL 1 1 x 1 1 1 11111 x d1x Our 1 Il R1 ONE IS xx H-XT1 IVhN LIFK NIE 'KN N1 29 DANID Vx RLLP 11 xx'.1s 1xx' 11x1' x'1'.11's .1111 111 11111'1x'f' 1 . 1. x 1' s1 ,'1x' s1.11'11'11 11111' s111111111 1'.11'111'1's1 fxl 1, s11.11'1'111 Q 1111 FR' 1'.11'1x' x'1'.11's 1111' .1 1-.1'X'11'11' x'1'1x'. 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Our class hlstory begms 1n 1940 vyhen yye were an ambrtlous group of seyenty fiye puprls proud to have the Ll1Sf111Lt1011 of bemv c1llcd Freshmen Chosen to lead our class veerc prcsldcnt V1rg1n1a Svc avely y1ce presldent 1 k Stewartz secretary Gltherane Chambers treas urer, Luther Guest Our first soc1al eycnt of the year yyas a roller skatlng party held at the Santaffo Skltlng Rank Most of us were rnexperlenced then and felt the effects of our exertlons for several elys though vue unannnously agreed at was yyell worth the resultmg aches, puns, and brulses At our next sk IIIIIQ party held 1 few months later we dlsplayed consrderlbly more sk1ll and e joyed ourselves much more lowe en Dance 111 the school audltorrum We had a most enjoyable t1me both yyh1le decorat lng the dUd1tOI'1UII1, and whxlc 'ltCC1'1d11'1Q the dance The class was well represented, and eyen the most blshful of cllssm ates were present After this dance we settled back 1I1fO the old routine agaln This went on untll, on February 14 1941, a group of freshmen oresented a m1n strel show for the benefit of the student body The skit was enjoyed by everyone so much an f1ct, that those part1c1pat1ng an lt were asked to repeat lt for the P T A Thls they d1d to the complete satlsfactlon of the P T A mem bers and themselves In early Spflllg some members of our cla s went to Ph1ladelnh1a, where they V1S1tCd art schools and art museums Ghaperoned by Mr Pennypacker our art teacher, they saw many beautlful parntangs and ant1que furn1ture In the art schools they saw plctures 111 the process of bielllg pllllfhd by the students there It yy as 'a very 1l1StI'ULt1VC tflp everyone had 1 Splelldlcl tlme and couldnt refraln from VVISIIIHQ the class could go lgldlll somet1me 111 the yelrs to come At the conclusaon of th1 year Vlfglllli Swavely and Hlrry Barth were honored by re celvlng the Amerlcan Legron Avyard for being the two OUfStdI1d1l1Q pupils of the freshmen c ass THE IIL SS In September of 1941 we returned to North Coventry as sophomores already xxe had ad y anced one step rn our hlgh school clreer Our advlsers yxerc Mlss Rxnccr and Mr Ienny packer, vxhlle our class officers yycre presadent V1fU1l111 Svy ty ely VILG president, Robert Vvcl ensaul secretary Mary Stoudt trea urer Luther Guest School l1fe was so quret rt first xxe felt lf our duty to break the monotony and held a Sli1t111U party at Sanatoga We dlsplayed more talent n rt our PIIULQ or thc preyaous year ut there yy as plenty of room for nnproxcment In anuary when at was LIUIKC cold and the e had formed on Grubers Pond we declded that an 1ce skating party was 111 order The most enjoyable evenrng In March we held the Sophomore Hop, most 1l'T1pOftHl1f social event of the entare year The musrc was suppl1ed by phonograph records do nated by the students for the gala occas1on Judglng by the galety of the dancers, there was no need for a famous orchestra to supply the settrng for such a hxlaraous group In 1947 as jumors we were competently supervased by M1ss Bell and Mr Alderfer and were led by these cl lss officers presrdent V1r guna Swavely VIQC presxdent Luther Guest secretary Marjcary Brshop treasurer Betty I'I1gh We junaors partlcapated rn the Scrap Drlve, CXfeI1d1I'1g from October 5 to October 711 We thoroughly enjoyed thls contribution to the war effort as we routed all sorts of scrap materaal out of the att1cs, cellars, and garages of the surroundmg community In Noyembcr we entertamed the publlc by presenting our class play Footloose, yyhlch met wrth great acclum Many 2lI11L1S111Q and an noyrng 1nc1dents occurred durmg the practrces but all struggles and troubles were forgotten 1n the successful productlon wh1ch yxas the talk of the toxxn for many weeks Soon after we returned from the Chnstrnas hol1days our class rings arrayed They are gold T 1 5 5 x Z 5 5 1 'H v, fs S, vs v Z L: I at y y- 1 2 , , , , ' ' . 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", ,, 1 V11 , hi e 1 1 , 15 1 1 e ,, 1 5. 1 - y . 1 11: 11, 1 e1 , . , 1 e s vi- s , - , sf ' -1 fse I 've- , , ' e 1 Y f 1 'y 5 1 1 rn 'U' , 1 1,13 Ll'S, . . 31 1 ee Illll 1 111 1nu1r , 19 D1x1 Kulp llld Hlffy Buth met vylth IH eyent of :ueh strmgenes 1nd lt lilly be of sueh lmport to taear kllSSlllltLN t11t taey ee mapelle to re 1te these h1ppen1ngs They veere expernnent mg vxlth 111 myentxon by D1n1el Blfttl 1 111 1111e tmae m1eh1ne 1nd behold' they found them selves projeeted twenty ye1rs 1l1tO the future From th1s poxnt of vxew they beheld t'ae1r cl1ss mates followlng v1r1ed careers Thclr report follows M1ry Sto11dt studied to be a seeretary but when It c1me tlme to get 1 POSIUOII the golng was tough She had 1 lot of competmon, but she became the seeretary of a tree surgeon She must h1ve been good to excel all the other appheants She IS well rooted for the future R1ch1rd B1rth, one of our future farmers has Co opermng with hls sxteen ch1ldren he sup plles the ld6HS and they w1ll1ngly UQ provlde the labor Damel BIYIO h1s done 1 l'5lI1g up jab as a pxlot an Uncle Suns Alr Foree He IS st1ll grounded and m1y return to the Alf after h1S plane 15 repalred Glllfld Vogel always hked to wear plenty of jewelry She deelded she would marry a mll l10IIl1I'L 1nd get 1ll her heart deslred bloru now h 19 more jewels th1n she wmts worklng ll Woolworth s jewelry counter Laura Kocon h1d 11 bar' LIIDC nndmg an oc cupatlon sultable for her Bookkeeplng, house work and bemg 1 s1lesl1dy never s1t1sf1ed her She dmd however fan1lly land her place 111 llfe Laur1 IS thoroughly h1ppy now IS she Vylltes volumes of moron Jokes Mamle Casper was another of those quiet and demure llttle g1flS who wanted to marry and sett e el wn 111 1 eo y ttte eott1ge Her ans dldnt quite materlallze for we noyx fand her runmng the frelght tram from New York to Chxcago Walter Iviourar was always the outdoor ty pe THE EL S5 pl1ye t vt 1 111 got penty of exerelse lllel fresh nr W1th thls genumely he man b1ekf1round Walter 14 ehlet Slleqllllll an Bmk Baby Shoppe M1rg1ret Murr1y h1 Hllllly 1eh1eyed h r llf lllibltltill llld IS one of the n1t1ons le 1d1ne models You are 1ll llllllllil' xylth those before lllel 1fter drug adxertrsements xxell she poses for all the before pletures Charles Rhoxds IS now seen sw ll7l'W1I1g and pollslnng the deek of one of Unele Sam Q ble, b1ttle w1gons whlle 1 eertnn llttle Welllllll wuts at home, performxng hke oper1t1ons on the kltchen floor Rlehard Walters IS now the proud owner of a chlcken ranch We use the term ranch be cause he has twenty mounted men to help h1m D1ck crossed a chleken w1th IU ostrlch and how ack Stewartz whose VOICE was ofttlmes en joyed IH hlgh school assembly, vxent to Phlla delphxa to study opera Today he IS busy slng mg dally III the streets of South Phlladelphra HIS woeful theme song IS Fresha Feesh Marjory B1shop always was the domest1e type w1th one blg deslre to c1re for a man and a house Her deslres haye been granted IH a pe eullar way she now e1res for 1 thlrty room house 1nd forty men Ill her sueeessful bo1rd1ng house oyee Seheetz 1lv11y1s d1d vmnt to smg as loudly as poss1ble so she has replaeed Mlffha Raye and her wlde mouth and terr1f1c yolume 1re Tlllklllg her 1 popul1r ITIOIIOIH pleture star Helen Evans penslye moods 1nd quletness e1rr1ed her vyell through hlgh sehool 111 f1et IIIIO the qulet job of sxttmg all 1lone Ill 1 fare toyxer Ill be1ut1ful Sequoia N1t1onal Park George Torak lost h1s eonselentlous seruples llld st1rted to na 1ke eounterfelt brlls He yy 1lked the streets mth e1se 1t first but SIDLC he got that portra1t of Llneoln on h1s left ear yxhxle bendrng too elose to hlS prmtmg press one mvht George IS feireeel to hlde out all the txme On 1 "Tl, d1Y E la 1 Y 43, 1 -el He 1 11d UK hi ll 1 d la 1 We 'S A 1 1 A x ' V V -" 4 3 Y ts 3, ' -. 1 1 1 1' ' ' 1 1 e 1 . 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J f ' 1 11 11 1 I 1 r A-I A 4 ' 1 1 ,....h ' ' , 'L' r g 1 1 1 1 1 . 5 1 5 ' 1 i ' '- 1 V 7 f 1 , Q V ' a ' ' 1- 1 1 11 ' 1 K' 1, R ', 1 1 V Q v , 1 K S 1- H' -2 e s 1, y - Z 2- 1 1 1 4 ' ' 1 ' 3 I ya ' 11 ' , '1 2 ' I I V ' I 1 S1 ' Q -An ' - 1 1-1-11 '1-11111-1, pl'A , ,, 1, 1- ,, 4 1 1 l ' , v - V 3 5 ' -w ' 1 ' 5 7 3 ' 32 PHUPHEEY Lucille Bilger has found an excellent position as a secretary to a very handsome lawyer. Will this lawyer's next important legal transaction be the securing of a marriage license? Carleen Warner surely had plenty of wind and verbal speed After holding the jobs of radio announeer and tob1eeo auetioneer Cirleen became the world s champion glass blower Barbara Kissling was our all American sports woman at Norco Any strenuous game held her interest We now find Barbara playing such strenuous games as tiddly winks and ten pins in her position as mistress of a kindergarten Harry Barth studied many years to become a leading chemist At the peak of his career he solved a most perplexing problem of chem istry The twisted ruins of his fire razed libora tory stand as a monument now honoring the dead genius ,lein MeCrudden was nn expert jitterbuv in high school so she looked for a position where she could use her nimble feet She now holds the job of rolling logs in the Saskatooch River for the Ajax Timber Company David W Kulp studied many years to be come one of our leading doctors Today he has achieved that goal and he has his own hospital and a world known reputation But vxhy does he hold th it monopoly on all the cemetery lots in his town Irene Spohn wasnt going to get married No indeed she was going to be 1 e1reer girl run ning one of the best nurseries in the eountry Irene noxx ha her nursery 1nd it ls filled xxith elexcn be iutiful ehildren all her oxxn inter eetion of We t Chester Pike and Route S 1 ing How mllly We m wht xxell 1 k ue t e s1me que tion T e 1st een Us shoxxed he xx ls the proud father of eight Dorothy Christmin xx ls the feminine singing t1r of our e ass S e ad d wn on th lvietro plblfill Opefl House aid 1t l1t hei drea as une true ot noxx luppily xxeela ui ae nor ilter t e eroxx 1 t Oliver Bealer xvill soon be in an insane asy' lum if he keeps on going as he has in the past. He has recently accepted a high position as an executive and part owner of the institution. Robert Bush, after returning from service in our Air Force IS still looking for his ideal The ratio of girls to men is sexen to one but Bushy is particular' Florence Colledge a Home Ec Flash has found a career in Hollywood to be very inter esting All those strange results in cooking class are bringing her money in the M G M make up department Dorothy Ecker was always good at complain ing in school so now we hear her griping ibout a headaehe exery Wednesday evening If eight o cloek on the Slayer Aspirin Hour She does not however gripe about her salary' Harold Kulp had rested assured in a future of dairying Harold however, has managed to saxe his milk business from bankruptcy by raising ehiekens Poultry is a prontable business Paul Motto during his entire school career, cared absolutely nothing for girls He became a Marine md you know the Marines' Now he s married Pernln Shaninffer our big business man and capitalist is contemplating the extension of his business Along with selling peinuts on the eorner of Main and Thirty third Streets he ex pects to open a br 1neh oth e in the middl of the bloek C1rolyn Esliek r s ehi f desire xx lb to get into uniform iiter vradu1tion The qlliltl for the pointed She xx la determined about her idea hoxxexer lIILl noxx xxe ee ber strutting up md doxxn the ai l of the Hippodrome in h r he id usher s uniform T e e thin Hirrx lllxl Dixid beh ld ut no more v imp e of the future xxere vrinte 1 M1ster M1Kfle11I1 Barto notieed that hi time l'UlelTlI1L xxas mi ing ent out a ma-fnetie ray lil foree it to eilme 1 into t e pre ent . . . . - . - ... .. . 3 ' 4 W 1 N 1 , I . . . V . . , . , , . .. .. . . 1 l I ' - ' L 1 - 1 . 1 ' . C - r . . . - - .. . . .. . . . , , ' f 1 . ' ' ' 2 - .. . .. ' a a ' ,, - . , " ' - - ' ' ' 1s . , 1 , V . . . 5 V K . . , . . . V I U ' A s K T , 1 . q v I v ' V . K . D 7 . . 2 . , ' s Y ' ' 7 V - 1 3 1 3 , . ' ' V , 2 ', - 'I 1 i , ' -w , f e e P7 ' 7 X , ' ' 5 2 -Q s ' , - H 3 z ' c' ' e Q m v 'S w x , 2 ' 7- s 1' I g 's C '- - 'C s-' s vi - F ' s s V ,Q ' - ' , YY. e . - " 2 ' , w , 2 ' - N 2 ' Luther Guest is the familiar voice at the armed services was filled. Carolyn was disap' i H Sv' I . S we- Q i s f s 5 ' x I vi - 5 s. l s i s I , ask' g " 1 'T' 3 ig ' as 'a 'a ,z ' " s" a e ' g 2 "L ta" h' ez ' rs' . he la- 'H s ' ' 'fscs A r ' V e 1 e Vx. s Q f s A- s A fb t - -, ' " . f ' 2 'Q' - - 'ir-Agpg hast 'gs a 'z 1' 'c ,b sz i 'l' ". he he es, s c a f a gl' sas A ' A 5 ' X gi ad, l'. az H, 'a 1 is H' nn' as Us :gli . "e ' 's 4 C4 ' '. "D H ' A ' ' s"'1s w rl ' 1' ' ' 'ss' ,, se ' , 3 " 1', tl1 1" h' ' 'd h.s lef, z d 1 "el ' ' ' back ' ' he asf . 33 CLASS lll' EdIl1'i 'T h Ln KLTIM Tb' L FII I IDFIIBI i glwfhs I 1 .,, . If mf'-I I ISIIQ 1 Y'-11 l.. K H1111 T! .sgfw +-fl ? I hcl f ad 3 3 J U . ' ,Q Ag Ig I +I 5 -rm -.-IQLII-?'1-?li'-If 1 E 1 x I ' lug I J . 'F .. F L.. , 'Z jFpF a FFF? -, 4 ' A l x F j a .- ,., . e A D'- S I Q 1 I V I 4 ' 4 4 Commence-men ni a corn a- gain, and an Hnsclasf min-uhs we dream ofold fa-mi -ia . F , ' X -IQ. i l Y A 1 5 I I 1511. :Quart 5. : ' 'I :gr PII h ' avi, 1 gn x 1 I -4 u -1 Q: 5 n i h s e've seen mihpga. eve shorf years be- fore. -1- As all 'Hue das-ses F F Q 9' i if 1 ' ' -' who have gone. be-foreJ-- Nle,-I e. ass of for- I1 foug wdh s -Jened 'E Fig gi 33 SHINE ll L11 hearfs lf cl 'f slvool lhlwl I I 1 D I ll-nl L! EH + J h Plclodxi and Arrangemcnf John ST wal L nc bl., Nan' Sfoudl 35 l el lf -5 2 A R 3:1 s il ' ' Q Sd goo -B111 V o'll1c c on e nl sland-ug high,- Q 5 ' U 6- A - - ' if ' 9 ml 9l l at 0 I , A - i 4 Q , X For lhese Fas? 1ears w2'vf sfrvg - glefl ls..-+ Karl on llwuglvllu Falk was rough 9f - :lr 3, FOI' l'lI5 311 Mlhlll we wovld Iplamf our pn-al role 1- Fur 'l IS dam, vlhzh wlwlll lvavc 5 QJ ' bw Q YL reached our goal. -- FIJUT LUUSE On Noxember 70 1947 a group of fourteen jumor dlsplayed the1r actmcf 1b1l1ty to a 1arge and attentlwe audlence They presented the dy nam1c comedy Foot Loo e xxr1tten by Charles Burdette MISS Bell was the able coach vtlth Joyce Scheetz and Margaret Murray as prompters Foot Loose 15 the story of the Exrly fam1ly Mrs Em1ly Early Uean H1ghflJW6fJ has always shlelded her chlldren from trouble and has de prn ed them of the chance to rhmk 1nd to act for themselves Now grown they rebel 1g,11nst Rlehdfd Brrthj to take a vacatlon leavmg Delphle the ma1d Barbara K1SSl1DgD to act as housekeeper and general advlser Trouble beglns at once E1ghteen year old Mary Early Qean McCruddenj turns from her ch1ldhood sweetheart Randy Cunmngham Damel Barto to a more exc1t1ng escort that college smooth1e Jack MllfOfd Uoseph Stewartzj Young Bob Early fHarry Barth kept the aud1ence laughmg as he lroned h1s sh1rt and performed other household tasks He and h1s chum Bu z Da1ly QLuther Guestj the1r rattletrap car colllde xuth an expensne Lmcoln owned by a cranky w1dow fDorothy Chr1 trrvanj To add to the famlly troubles and expense Delph1e IS rushed to the hosp1tal 111 vuth pneumon1a and D1ck Early Uack Stew art still a student rn med1cal school elopes xxlth Jenny fLaura Koconj whom he has knovxn but a few vteeks The oldest daughter Hope Marjory B1shopj who has always been meek and suppressed comes through as the gmdmg mfluence of the fam1ly She blos oms Sanford Wells a young lawyer Davld Kulpj comes to a satrsfactory conclus1on The rest of the Early chlldren manave to extr1c1te them selx es from the1r d1H1cult1es and solve the1r own problems before the parents return The audrence greatly enjoyed thls comedy drama w1th ts alternatmg moods of h1lar1ty and ser1ousness 1n whlch the Early chrldren learned valuable lessons 1n assum1ng respons1 b1l1tx and the parents learned that young moderns are crpable of takmv care of them sexes Front Row left to rlght D Chrxstman Mcffrudden M Bishop L Kocon Second Row D Barto H Barth R Barth B Kxsslmg Stewartz L Guest if H r h , A., ' 2 , ' ,' ' v D K D 1 , , .N 7 .. Q -. 7 . A . I I s ' s ' ' 5 7 7 I . V , V. . , . I 1 g 7, . . . H 7 5 bs Y 11 A I - V. f Q ' - V Y . r , A ' . ' z ' 1 ' . , Y , z fx' 1 l 4 l B ' H - 5 her Supervision and persuade her and Mr- Early forth in attractive clothes and her romance with 1 " ' 1 . ' ' , . " , f l , , ' I 6 1 , K B - V , l k 1 , A I r c ' J ' ' - 1 , 1 1 st . -as - ' ' ' ' , , , 1 1 . f . I 5, - ' . ' ' , z " , in . l' . , ' - . ' ,J. , . ' , . . - . , . , . , . ,J. , . . 36 "SIiIlJDI G" Flrst Row left to rlght D Chrlstman lVlcCruclclen, Scheetz H Evans Second Row H Barth H Kulp O Bealer M Blshop I Stewartz, R Barth The SLI'l1OI'S were extremely busy all flll and espeelally so as we worked for the event that cllmaxed the seasons actlvltles the pre entl tlon of our class play Cur produetlon was the comedy Sklddlnv the first of the well known Andy Hardy serles The play IS l eomedy drlma f llfe ln lyerlge Amerlean home MHIIOH Hardy ean MeCruddenj 1 eollege Ulrl falls 1D loye yylth NV1y ne Trenton COl1yer Bealerj just as a eareer as an orator for the Women s party ln WlQh1Hl7flJH IS openlng to her Wlyne objeets und thlS eluses quarrels before they are exen marrled Marlon two pretty older S1 ters Estelle 1Helen Ex an and My ra oy ee Seheet ehose to marry before they finlshed thelr edueltloll but xy lnt to ellme home to mother it th fir t lun ol tr Ju e Mother Hardy 1Marjory Blshopj l o up et at the modern Ielldellele of her dauvhter thlr she Goes on strlke ID order to trllghten out her tamlly Young Andy Hardy fH1rry Barthj IS an adoleseent lld wlth hls first case There IS also the eharaeter of the absent mlnded grand father played by Rlehard Barth who makes vyeddlng sllppers for MHIIOU These lovely sllp pers brlng Wayne and Marlon together aglln and result III thelr mlrrlage udge James Hardy Uohn Stewartj 14 not sure of hls nomlnatlon as dlstrlet judve MHFIOH XV1tl'1 the help of Osear Stubblns fHarold Kulpj the eampalqn manager goes down to the Toxxn Hall md speaks for her father The party I11'lLl'llI1h but thls mlehlne eolllpses and the judve ls nomlnated for the Supreme Court Aunt Mllly fDorothy Chrltmanj yxho has nex er been marrled but has learned mueh from ob ery itlOI'l trles to help the famlly ln soly nv thelr problem As the play end the Hlrdy famlly 1S no lonver klddlnv md the toundatlon haxe been lald tor a secure and happy future Y l , - - l J- J' , - - - . , . , . , . , . . . 7 L 4 5 5 3 3 ' ' ' .' 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V t 5, Y ' I Y I' -S S SW 1 ' Y 3 S, I Y D I , , , ,S 5 , 5 I N, S H, I , 5 X' 5 S " 4 A B S Q 'X 3 33 4 . 3 Y I 37 HULD TH!-KT I-'USE HULD THAT PUSE 4-4 VJL tho. 51.11101 C1155 of North Country Hwh Sghool lI'l thy Cwuntx hp tar Stun ui I m 5, x I1 ut Quund md dmpu 111 mmd 111 memory do lxunby mikg 1 N1 h md dp lm. th1 our 11 t xxlll md tg K1 ment 111 mdnmr folloxxllw th t 1 to 2 N VIRGINIA SWAVELY IL uw to next yur pm ldult hu Ililld um per Her Qucpcssor xxlll Qumly mud ll lt dn C11 of 19-4' IQ QQ Qttmtlu as ouri JEAN MCCRUDDEN xxlll hu IHQUI mum 2 to Hmmld C1 mu-'lu xxh ten S to hm oxxn bu IIILQQ 0 cu gy t it xu fur mg 15 I'11lNQ1l10' mugh of t L joy of lf CHARLES RHOADS xxlll 111 I 1t1Q II 111 th tmthlll tg IIN to K gm JI 0 Int L WL lU 4. 1. Nut 1111 t Q 1 II xt out sc mm MARJORY BISHOP md CARLI:EN WARNER I1 qua. ith thu: Il 1 t ni 12 12 nputus tm E ltu lpn an md IKUIWLIII Shmu hupunp, tut tum txxo xxlll daulnp 11111 now Ol ll xx num lr to vit nl up tu Glu tldlwlts of QOSSIIU PAUL MOTTO xxlllc hx loquiuou nw to Eithnr T5 son who ludud spcxks wry llttls. HARRY BART!-I xxlll h1S buf fur to Hglcn Lubon so that she wlll gut her money s north for hgr rmon Qtimp GLORIA VOGEL Inu to Domi Frusg her hobby of xxntmg letters to soldlers so that DOTIS Um make hu lpttus to Robert Thompbcm more DAVID KULP XVIHS h1 G I hurgut to can Bmder md Muxdpna Stem so that they mon t han to worry so mugh about then uuifurgs JOYCE SCHEETZ lungs hu IWIIHIIIILL lb 1 phyS1LlSt to tht llllllllf cllss If they 1I'L, 1 apt students lS Qlu IN Mr Frms XVIH soon by rndy for a piddecl cell PERNIN SHANINGER, out of hm Qu at U'LI1LI'0:lffv IL ups to tlu n tlrc jumor cllss hls monq. rcsourus to In und xxhpnupr thq get mto Enmcxal stramts HQ ilso huh xxhltukr umlgs m 15 bg ldt 90 that at IQ mst twenty more PUPIIS H115 bg Luusgd to go to thur umlw fUI1LI'll: MARGARET MURRAY bgquuths to thL jumor CIQSQ hw lblllty s 1 super silesmm Thgy W111 1pprQc1 in lt xxhgn momy makmw umm Luxngs around MARY STOUDT xxllla her pause md UI'1L1OUQDt, 5 to I fm Irltt who IS 1 verltablg tom boy GEORGE TORAK dm not xx1Il my thmv to anyone bum Q Lu 11k Bllgcr aakgd hun not to do Q 'md L1-.urn usu 1115 doeb xxhit Lu 1llL 1 k hmm to do RICHARD WALTERS lu 1115 to Bum I h1ll1pQ hl hlhlf Q f lf JIIXIIIU Per x Qps Bum xxlll mah mu 101111 ua of thy In lkg md mnnmlnr rh II 1 Q lr mly usp four wlugls HELEN EVANS and BARBARA KISSLING xxlll to Anna Ex Qu md mpg MLt l 1 tlun loxu pcmmtlmmm on tn mg X t m m holy I1 t xt yur lyu IN xm DOROTHY ECKER 111115 hw Qlullty bu L naar Qt In Orch to llgxt yur busml 5 mmm Lr xx um xml r 1 y nu 1 mb on 11N hands 40 III. 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Pearson, Hartmaier, L. Kline, Miss M. Bell, adviser. As we look back to our freshman year, we recall that a large group of ninetyfsix pupils enrolled in September of that year. As sopho' mores, last year we numbered eightyfone. But this year finds us a smaller group, with only fiftyfsix on our present roll. Those who left their pursuit of education at Norco have gone in various directions to continue their prepara- tions for life. Some are attending schools in nearby districts, while still others have left the class in order to prepare themselves for other types of work which they were unable to obtain at North Coventry. We wish the best of luck '45 to those of our class who stepped so gallantly into the positions offered by Uncle Sam. Under the guidance of our capable class ofhf cers, we are striving by patient perseverance to reach the goal stated in our class mottofsuccess. Seniors, the members of the Class of Fortyfnve have enjoyed, in the past years, the opportunif ties given us to share with you our athletic associations and all social functions. You have set a record of salesmanship which is far su' perior to that of previous classes. We can only hope to follow your excellent examples in all lines and to carry on the "Torch," Third Row-G. Dallas, E. Hohl, D. Smith, F. Troop, R. Shaner, D. Stauffer, R. Kelly, B. Phillips, R. Overholtzer, H. Gougler, H. Fosnocht, W. Hartman, W. Boyer, L. Smith, R. Powell. Top Row-S. Sanders, L. Swavely, P. Geary, G. Ruyak, F. Clouser, A. Noble. Front Row left to rnght D Freese A Bxehl A Kubaclc D Koss R Colledge D1ffenderfer D Groff D Swexnhart N Hunsmger I Kepner C Bernhard E Yerger S Guss Second Row W Mourar S Lash V Neiman K Troop J Angstadt S Moore R Spohn L Keen P Sanders E Kratz B Updegrove D Hames C Reeser Third Row Mr A Alderfer advlser M Strock C Mauger L Hoerl B Batdorf M Luft N Keeler E Spohn M Gawrys B Greene D Torak H Barthel Mrs M McDermott adviser MISJ Delp adviser Fourth Row-C Zexders K Bright L Crater G Ecker C Eslxcker Bechtel C Rehxnann R Hohl W Hnath Fnfth Row R Cannell W Hansley W Keen G Olexa R Swavely Kockel D Gohean R Iknause Slxth Row L Rogosky L Smnth D Bechtel A Staverosky W Metlca D Hoffman Top Row--G Cole K Stauffer F Hall L Pennypacker S Frock IIIASS UF 45 Those of the Class of 46 who survlyed the stress and straln of nmth grade were glad to vet back to Norco as full fledged sen1or hmgh puplls At our first class meetxnv we elected the fol lowmg ofhcers pres1dent Robert Thompson VILC presldent Dorothy Croff secretary june D1ffenderter treasurer Dorothy Swemhart In November our pres1dent left us to jom the Navy In honor of hxs JOIIIIHU the Serylee the elass staged a farewell party 1n the sehool aud1 torlum We reffret the loss of our class plhal dent but yye reall e th lt he Is performmv 1 y llu lble serylee for our country Dorothy Crotf is sueeeeded to the presl eney and ls om Good job of leadmv the elass We haye endeayored to stnke a happy me dlum betyxeen all yyork and all play lvlany of our member lllye emoyed p1rt1e1p1t1nf 111 sehool sports others have preferred a dlfferent type of act1v1ty and have Jolned the Norco News Staff or Clee Club We had an oppor tumty to show our abxhty to worn: together when M1ss Chandler was conductmg the maga ame subserlpnon campalgn Our group sold the greatest number of SUDSLFIPIIOIIS thus wmnmg the army maseot Esther Krxtz won the prxze We feel that we are well started on a suceess ful hwh school career and we are looklng for vyard to the day when vye too hue aeh1eved the Lllbfllletlllll of beeomlng the le1d1nU group of the s hool the semors We are sad it the thouvht of l71dLl1I1Q our bl ter elass farexxell but reaolee 111 the1r many yyorthwh1le aeeomphsh ment May your hwh 1de1ls remaln vylth you as 1Ild1X1ClL1HlS as you moye on to your yar1ous edI'eCI's 7 ' Y ' 7 ' '7 ' 9 ' 5 J' 7 ' 7 ' , . ' , . , . , . , . . - . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . , . , . , . . ' ' Y I ' Y ' 7 ' 1 ' 7 ' I ' 7 ' 9 . ,i . , . , . , . . , 3 . , . . , W u , c , Q , u y I , J I . , . , . , . , . . Q ' , - ff . I . . ' - ' - - ss C L Z L ' . I I I . .. , L 3 , I 3 , 2 A 4- . :VA 3 -Q I I ' , 9 5 k 7 K . , 4 . 5' 3 - I I . . , . , , g . , 9 5 ' - - A , . . N . z A '. - - - ,--, , for the largest sale by an xndxvldual. ' 3 5 - -. Q . Q . 1 K A , K , ' -s-', :J ' ' b V3 3. -y f - 5 f I , 5 C K 1 ' " ' 5 K . . . . 5 - - s- X. s- ' V' ' s w vfwx . - Vi f I W 1 4 4 '. ' I A H H , C ,Y , , -. , K , I I has' H f axle". 'd gn - , . . - f Q 3 -- Q s ys , , A b r ' 7 5 A ' s ss V V ,- ' , V. Z I Y , 'ee C 7 ' Y. K ' ' ,- , va , V ' s s S A -e X ' vs 2 -' 2 L ' -. Q -. 46 Thxs frcQhm111 wroup of srunty an r111111h1r Q rt1.d 11N 1 moo 11r11r xx1t 1 kk 111 LUTIU lty 1l1out 1111 1utur1 111d 1 vu 1 to m1 1 111111e for lt 111 111 Nono Mr Ar11old 111d Mr Pe1111yp11l1er helped u 1111kc the r1 ht t1rt 111d uperubud our ele1t1o11 o 155 o Ler T 1 r1 ut xmu 1 fo oxu pr1b1d111t Rohert M1ll1r H11 PI't.N1K.lLl1t 1111 B1111111 beereury S 1rl1y Suhurr tr1 wurer A11111 M11 C11x111 A freshmen we enjoyed to the fulhst the QOL1dl exentb sponbored hy our dub We firbt stepped out to the tr1d1t1o111l frmhm111 Hll lovxe LD d1111L wh1eh V91 lttended hy student: from all 1115515 A diferent ty pe of a1t1x1ty mu our roller 5141111111 p1rty vwhleh h1d 1tS moments of h1l1r1ty 111d plenty of sp1llb 111d thr1lls The next event whleh broke 111to the regul1r rou tme of our lebsons was the Chrlstmab party IUNI l'1elor1 the hol1d1x udfrlnv hy 1 C r1 N of IUC' ur xx 1Lh Mute t 1. 1111111111 1111115 1' IQ me were 111 1 mood re 1d o x 11 1t1o11 We lfc proud of thy reeord m1d1. hx tho 1, o our 11.1 5 who went out for port Of our xe hop o11 the ootlmll qu1d one 1111de t ram ur hoolcq 1 l 1 IH 111 tL 1111 next yur hre1 ol our 11115 vwre 1 1111 tl t 1 11111 11111 3qu1 md om h1d thc ho11or of he1o11111111 p.1rt cf the ae111or group As vw. 6111bh th1S flrbt yen' we are hopmg the X ITN to Follow xull he 1 hdppx 1s th1G one We look xuth respeot and 1cl1111r1t1o11 upon the uhluements of the b6I110I' old 1nd hope to fol low 111 your footsteps to the QU eebsful uonclu 41011 of our h1 h s1hool eareer We xush you 111 thu luek III the world L mors EL 55 UF 47 Front Row left to rxght P Fafalnos M Camaho Murray E Baker L Wenss S Schurr Belman, A Gwm B Mlller B Favmger D Fisher P Hopkins Second Row H Hoerl C Drupp D Schweltzer V Lewns M McNeal N Whlteco D Evans Mrs M Arnold advlser, E Tyson B Delbler Schurr M Moyer, Bechtel N Lockowxtz E Ensenhardt Thxrd Row M Mourar D Bodolus G Glanskl S Islalqs D Llchtley D Kmpe, E Brower D Lllley M Col lms Y Kuntzelman Fourth Row W Hohl L Hunsmger L Ollver R Luft W Baker D Gaut P Kulp G Yost Flfth Row W Mauger, F W1lson R Cannell L Clsarlk F Clouser R Hoffman R Haws N Davxdhelser Slxth Row H Bean Lucas, G Nalrn P Amole R Cole Top Row I Baust Rock, C Roadcap W Richards ' . 1 5 1 '1 1 1 s held ,' : 1' 1 ' .,'s. 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V 1 l -if X' f1 KH' ACTIVITIES First Row left to rnght-C Warner, R Shaner, E Pear on R Knause V Swavely A Schurr M Blshop H Barth Mnss M Montgomery, advlser M Stoudt D Staufer, E Swavely M Stem K Brnght M Darcheck D Second Row Mnss M Bell, advlser B Muller M Moyer Belman L Kocon J McCrudden B Pearson F Colledge D Ecker M Mullen,I Pratt Langston M Casper L Slmons R Hauseman I Spohn J Welden saul F ohn Mrs M Arnold advlser Thxrd Row M Austin, D Staverosky K Stauffer O Bealer J Stewartz R Kelly H Fosnocht, W Hartman R Powell D Gaut IJHIIU EW HARRY BARTI-I C o edxtor Bee tu e of the hortave of pxper ind llllx the Noreo News staff has dropped another 1 ue and now puhllsh only three Is ucs A ye1rly SUlWSeI'1Pf1UIl of only twenty fue eents hrou ht to the stuelellts three efceellent rnwx Ines 1 ger 'mel hetter than exer full of exeellent I'leXK art1ele ed1tor1tls tor1es poems and Jo es The stiff wt ltr er th 111 1n former yblfb mel cleh one of the forty IIIIIL memhers dld h1 h1t or the Hoo of th News Mueh reel1t1s u our erpahle fteulty tdwrsers M1ss lvlontvom ery M1ss Bell and Mrs Arnold MARJORY BISHOP Co edltor lho e St.1l1Ofs who helped hare the respons1 h1l1t1es of puhl1sh1n the Noreo News are Co edltors Htrrg. Birth und Mlfjllfjf Blshop 011111 Sw tvely lrt edltor Harry Brrth 1ss1st1nt art ed1tor jean MeCrudde11 reporters Crrleen Vsarner md Mirjnmry Blshop ty p1sts Mtrrvtret Murrty Luellle B1lger lVllI111e Cxsper Irene Spa n mel Dorothy Eeker IH1IULUWI'lpl1LI's Laura Koeon md a lc Stewart md husmess mantger Ulmer Bealer , . . . 1 , . , . , . , . , . , . 9 . , . . , . , . , . , . Graff. - . g . , . , I. , . , . , . ', . 1 ' u 0 ' 9 J' 9 ' Q ' . 1 ' s ' 9 - ' , . J , . . , . H . u 7 I , n Q n 7 n 3 u u Q . , . . l - ' 4 l - - V5 5. sz st ' s .h ' 2 S . ' ' ' M st P ' - ' N H 5 P - D- 3 " - 1-" Q I s' Q. 3- s - - - A . . H .- ' . ss 5- 1 U 3 , a ,- ,I ' ' 3 ' ' cs H 's 1 'H ' 4 , , . . . - ' 7 2 ' 3 3 5 1 3. , , , .. se . 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ACf1V1ty perlod on Wednesday afternoon was the t1me for thlrty five students of Noreo Hlgh to share a common enthusiasm the love of muslc Throughout the year the Clee Club members showed that they had profited by these perlods of prutlce by the1r extellent ren d1t1on of wotal numbers on several spetlal occaslons The Glee Club Hrst showed some of IIS talent at the semor pl my when a sextet and tvxo duet numbers were gwen by some of our group Chrxstmas 1S always a trme for slnglnv At the Chrlstmas assembly the Clee Club held the vorltes C Holy Nlght and The Flrst Noel S1lent Nlght was sung by a sevctet seletted from the group Easter 15 another occaslon for joyous song Most of the Easter assembly program was QIVCD by the Glee Club who gave selettlons appro pr1 1te to th1s sacred hollday At our vxetkly prattlces 1 vxlde xarlety of muslc 15 sung folk songs splrltuals popular numbers semr classlcal musxc and other types There IS nexer a gloomy fate IH Room 9 durmg these per1ods Muslc seems to have power oxer every person present all troubles are forgotten and our heirts are filled wlth melody We owe our th inks for 1 happy and success ELEE EL B Flrst row left to right P Hopkins L Wexss Belman M Whlteco B Miller M Bean E Baker H Metzler M Mourar Second row Miss E Chandler dxrector E Swavely B Updegrove L Hoerl Pratt M Mldlen B Delbler J McCrudden M Bishop P Kulp S Schurr Third row R Hauseman D Fisher E Tyson D Evans N Whnteco A Gwen Y Kuntzelman M Collins H Evans C Wamer Fourth row B KlSSllng Stewartz P Motto O Bealer R Cannell P Kulp D Chrnstman .W Ulu Y V kg L Q I , . . V Y y ' I 1 7. ' l f l D M 1 - A as I . 9 A' ' ' v ' - . . V 1 1 4 A V Z A , C C 3. 2 - Y. students spellfbound with those beautiful fa' ful year to our fine director, Miss Esther . , l M ' ' , ' V Q J. , ' I , ' - 7 . . 1 ' . 7 ' 7 ' ' T ' A Y 9 ' 7. ' Y ' TJ' 7 I . , . , l. , . , . ,U . .D 1 - s ' 9 -I Q - 1 - v - 9 ' D I , . , . , . . - - , J- , -i , - , - , - , - Q l dl I SI 1 First row left to rlght R Cannell P Kulp R Knause H Swavely R Walters captam Mr A Alderfer adviser D Stauffer R Powell R Cannell R Muller R Hohl Second row F Wilson C Eslxcker Evans R Overholtzer L Smith R Staverosky G Ruyak A Staveroslcy H Fosnocht R Shaner G Hohl C Zelders llI7':wl5KX X 51-lfel Patrnl :Wa ge m 5,0 f e Q 6 NS grimy ' Q A 9 v The Smfety Patrol 1s one Group vth1eh has been long estabhshed at Noreo Its value to the sehool ls pnceless 1ts members are students who haxe 1 strong feehng of loyalty to the school s ldeals Th1s group yth1eh th1s yexr w1ll eelebrate 1ts tenth 1nn1versary was founded by a fevt students vtho save the need for safety 1ns1de and outslde of the sehool It IS based on the faet that cautlon ind alertness prewent needless ace1dents The Patrol th1s year IS composed of boys who lre Vkllllflg to shoulder the respons1b1l1t1es put before them They do nut seek to pun1sh students but to Qulde and to rem1nd them of the danvers that beset exeryone both 111 the sehool lWU1lLll11Q und on the hx hway The Patrol IS under the leadersh1p of Mr Alderfer who 15 mterested IH sxfety work and who slnee eomlnq to Noreo has greatly lmproxed the eff-le1eney of the group Mr Alderter has put IIIIO use many pr tetxeal 1dClS whxch have bettered the Ofgdlll anon The P ttrol puts aslde 1tS tasks onee 1 year to hold one of the sehool s 'nost el xbor xte dmees the annual Yultlde Fro le An organm at1on vt1th the Patrol s brand of sehool spmt hmqh grad t BHTICICDLQ and des1re to protect the pupl vnthout Ud1I11l1U b1tter re entme t from the student body eannot ful to be one of the xnfluentxal orvamzatxons of the school 52 , - . , . , . , . , . , 5 . . , 3 . , . , . , . , . . , . , . , . , . , . . 11-4 hen -.1 ',-f', Z- 9 . 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H Ftrst Row, left to nght P Geary W Keen H Swavely R Barth Mr C ackson advnser R Walters president R Shaner H Kulp C Reeser Second Row P Amole Bechtel L Swavely G Nairn J Manger F Hall W Rlchards H Bean R Swavely Evans G Olexa G Yost FP!-l V The F F A boys have spent another busy year endeavormg to g1VC the1r best service to school and communxty A sprmg project whlch benefited at a reduced rate Throughout the summer months the students carrled on projects 1n field and garden These proJects put mto practlcal use knowledge gamed 1n the classroom and g1V6 the boys actual farmmg expenence Another type of work whlch has very real value IS partlclpatlon m judgmg contests Th1s work bu1lds IH the mmds of the puplls the 1deal types and klnds of llvestock one should purchase The F F A stresses the development of an all around balanced l1fe Socnl actlvltxes haxe the1r place m most of the meetmgs These boys are expected to be leaders among the farmers of tomorrow and each has an opportun1ty to take charve of meetmqs both d1scuss1ons and soclal act V1 tles and thus to develop whatexer qual1t1es he possesses Those who are amb1t1ous have XVOfIl'1Wl'1llE goals to achleve From thzs local chapter the members who do extra work can Go on to the state orgamzatlon and obtam the Keystone Fxrmer Devree So far two Norco boys have earned thl deffree Beyond that 15 a degree ID the nmonal orgamzatlon F F A boy never lack opportunlty to develop any latent talents 53 H ,my ,, H Q x ' ' - . , . , . , . , . -J , ' s - g . l - 9 ' 1 ' ' I l I I, , 3 t, vl ' '32 A ' ' X 0.9 . . . . l . . '54 an Q gardeners was the sale of vegetable seeds, asparagus and strawberry plants, . - Q I , K I . 9 V I . ' Q I . , . Q . Q . Q Q Q QQ Q Q . . Q . - Q D Q f Q V s vs 'S 551 y fxf K , K ff? fi ffl f .U ff I ffl? SPUHTS Coach It has been a Weleome experlenee to be able to vtork wrth you durmg the past football sea son You are to be congratulated for your fine co operatxon md god sportsmanshlp shown 111 each game Frequently football Carnes Wlth lt pam and hardsh1ps that one does not ord1nar1ly endure m l1fe Players who can overcome these ob battle of hfe Hence lt mxght be well for boys CARL M PENNYPACKER to take exery avallable opportun1ty and fl 13 the Game Football IS truly an Ameucan Game and mvarlably represents the true Amerlcan I hope that upon my departure you vvxll con t1nue to work hard 1n all you undertake and never shrrk your dut1es to God and Country I slncerely wlsh everyone the best of luck FUIJTB!-lI.I. Front Row left to right L Smnth F Metzler D Stauifer S Sanders R Kelly Second Row G Ruyak L Pennypacker C Rhoads, R Bechtel D Staverosky, L Hall R Swavely J Evans Standing R Bernhard, manager, G Torak manager H Donavan E Hohl R Hoffman R Shaner W Mourar, L Crater, V Wampole S Stavrou R Bush manager Mrs P LeDonne coach L ai .fl l f Sy XX 6 , . K - ' - 1 ' ' ,Z 7 V ' I K 1 f ' ' 3 O. . 5. n 4' 1 ' Y A I I . . . . n I , K 1 1 ' l stacles have established a beachhead in the and a future in which each will be proud. . , - , y . i . l , - , . , . , . . "' . , . , . - , . . , . , . . - . ' . , 3 . , . , . , . , . . . , . , . , 5 . . , . 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' "1l hckckfofx 1111 z51'15 k A . , . . - N ' A1 11 5' -O 11 H 5 11 ' ' L 'h1Ll 5' , 1 l ' ' O1 c Cf 11: ll f'1111hle, Ll 1 gl h 12 k in 1r ' ' ' 1 1h1 l 1 'Q , '15 5' 13611 1 hi' . 1 1111' A 5 L S1 ' L C' 1 f ' 'gs N 1 1 1" ' " 'L ' 'wg "5 5' 1 1, 'g f'1 151 1 Y 5 ' ' 1 V - X ,' 5 ' I ' A .L' 55 z 5' 1 A 1 ' A ' '5 1 ' 4 57 pass The Cktfl point w1s good making the score 7 O From this moment, the W1ldc1ts dug 111 and held their opponents to this scorc until the final quarter Norco found ltself dccp in its own terrltory and, 111 despcrltlon, tried to lass out of th1s dxnger zone One pass was good for an eleven yard advantage, but a second wis lntercepted for another Spring C1ty touchdown Stlll not satlsfied, Sprmg City started anothcr drlve, clxmaxed hy a long end run 1nd a touch down An attempted convers1on w1s hlockcd and the final tally rerna1ned W0 O Norco Edges West Pottsgrove Playing its last home game for the 1943 season, Norco met an underdog r1xal Vx7est Pottsgrove on Novemher 11 The first half found the Wlldcats in possession of thc h1ll most of the time DYIVIDQ deep 1nto encmy terr1tory Norco ring the hcll on 1 lll1C huck A pass gave the Wildcats another point 1nd made the score 70 West Pottsgroxc fought hxck into Norco territory as the second half began hut the W1ldcat s defense tightened ane Norco took ox er The rem under was in excnly na 1tched gnne wrth llC1tllCI' tcam scoring Noreos record was now two XVIHS and four losses The Same Old Story After a week and a half of rest North Cox entry journey cd to Pottstoxxn on Fl-l'1H11lxSfY1X1I1f' Day Nelther team had a Good record and an excnly matchcd gone xxas expcctcd Norco re c lwcd thc klck off hut fallcd to Hun Pottstown took over on thc 70371111 linc and droxc to lNorcos W8 yard llne Here Pottstown cmployed thc xnclent St 1tue of Liherty pl1y and went for 1 touchdown and a 6 O lead No scornw was midc 111 the sccond quartcr A htd hrctla 111 thc th1rd quartcr put Norco decp 111 1ts own tcrrltory Pottstovx n took ads ant1ge and pushed across 1 sccond score Aftcr an exchingc of kicks Pottstovvn aealn smashed through Norco s defense and scored a third and final touchdown, resulting 111 an 18 O victory for Pottstown Two Seniors Make Varsity Charles Chuck Rho1ds represented the scnlor class in the halfhtck spot Llttle hut first Norco touchdown of thc se1son Although he vxas playmf' his first ycar he proved h1mself vvorthy of a 'v 1rs1t5 herth lla cxery game Walter Mourtr, xtrsity ccnter shovved his dblllfy to hold dovxn this nnportint POSIIIOII Cllm undcr 1ll L0IlLllUO11N Wilt xx 1s not onlx in IITIIUOSIIIU fl tor on thc offcn c hut also a stronff hackcr up of thc hnc 1s a Llt.f6IlSlXL player A wood 1ll 1round foothill player, Wilt xx 1s espec11ll5 tronv on the defense in the Pottstown g1me whcre he made two ues in stopplnv Pottstovtn drixes His ah sence Vxlll he fclt when Norco hefnns lf cam pawn 1n 44 . v 1 - I , ' vi ' N ' V ' " ' P ' , ' ' -1 -J V. s '- , ' s. ' ' - , . K t, 1 at . e , V ' ,, ' ' - T . ' , ' 1 N - I 3 I L 4 , 1. 1 K z , . 1 - ' f ' . , 1 , f . 1 5 I 8' S 1 wr f I 4 4 r 1 1 - ' 1 ' - ' ' . ' 1 - s ' ' - ' ' , , , Y 5- c . - s K , 1 c 1 .. . r , - V 1 , rs Q D 1 ' - ' . N l P C I . . , K V K 3 LL Ni ' . W . , .. - , , . . vx I 1 . . . . 5 I "' - st. -Q N - m1 fht Y Chuck had the honor of scorinf the , - . t 5 I N 1 f z Q . , , 3 y' I V3 1 ,D . , . , , ,, ' z 'Q " , 1 1 2 - ' ' 1 . ' -. ' Y ' 1 I 5 K , . 55 my I A V 1 3 l M, K YK I ' . 1' 3 1 1' ' , , 1 5 ze X 1 sr, . . z ' z 1. Q ' . U i 3 ,, x , x N , 3 r, f 1 I , Y . . . t, 1 fa z ' ss f an 1 si' - m L 1 7 5 D , z , 1 . . c , 'f sz ' c 3 1, e 1 ' s. ' f ' v, 1 f I 'A ' 1' H V I i - f Q F D c 5 .. : 7 . . . , n K k 3 K L 3 . 58 X-llhlnles in Alztinn 9 57 Q Flrst Row, left to right J Scheetz asst manager C Warner H Evans,J McCrudden B Kiss ling, captain D Chrlstman, M Bishop F Colledge L Simons V Swavely manager Second Row H Lebon F John R Colledge J Pratt, E Pearson M Bean D Koss A Evans Third Row H Metzler J Hartmaner M Mullen M McFarland A Geiger M Moyer M Stem N Lockowltz In spxte of gas rat1on1ng d1fllCUltlCS the Norco hockeylsts always managed to appear at sched uled games The record of the season shows We a1med at an undefeated season 1nsp1red by our motto A team that wont be beat cant be beat and the fightlng sp1r1t of the glrls remalned undxmlnlshed even 1n defeat The squad extends 1ts thanks to M1ss Flora Smlth for her excellent coachmg and for her untmng efforts to 1nsp1re the glrls to do the1r est The most exc1t1nU game of the season vtas the second one play ed avamst Royersford The Norco g1rls parucularly wanted th1s to be a HUIIKEY vlctory 1n order to avenge defeats of prev1ous years Royersford scored the first goal but Dot Chnstman soon scored for Norco In the second half Carleen Warner scored then a Royersford player brought the total to a t1e agaln Our opponents fought desperately and were near the goal several tlmes but the out standmg playmg of the backneld and of the goalle Barbara Klsshng prevented any scormg and the game ended a 2 2 t1e The two hockey managers and five members of the team were semors The Jumors and underclassmen have shown convmclng evldence that they w1ll have good mater1al to replace these gxrls who are leav1ng Good luck to you next year g1rls' l ' ' - . , . 5 . , . . , . ' - ' 5 . . , . , . , . , . '- . , Q , . , - . , . , . , . . L ' v ' l 9 ' v ' 7 ' 9 ' 1 ' , . . f . . . . S . , . . . I I , .. .. . three victories, two defeats, and two tie scores. ' ' 7 55 9 1 ' 1 9 l ,,- . . . . , K 3 . . 9 5 9 1 ' I - . . , ' ' L V . . D - Y ' ' ' D . . . . K . V c . b V , , , 60 Hnekey Team Leses Seven Senlnrs Marjory B1shop rlght wlng was always ln her proper posltlon to retelxe the ball xx as xerx food at keeplnv IC and Uxxe It up only after a hxrd struggle Dorothy Chrlstman center forward and someumes r1ght 1nner made most of the sem sons go mls A fast and sure footed player s e Could be counted on to score 1n almost exery game Florence Colledge flashmff r1ght half alyxays had 1 few peppy words to make the game llxely and to hasten our v1ctory As she sent the bxll up towards our goal Flossle was 1 great help to our forxxard lrne but 1 hmdranee to Helen Exans never lost hope when deleat seemed near Our swlft l1ttle left hrlf alwmys pl ryed the frame wlth an untlrmff effort jean MtCrudden called Irlsh by the g1rls played e1ther center or lnner Her jokes and crazy antles kept every one 1n a eheerful mood Carleen Warner our speedy rlght wmg us ually manwed to keep the ball when once It tame 1nto her possesslon Always a hard player Cirleen ended greatly ID makmg thxs a suteess ful season Vlfglnll Swavely our efhtxent man rgver at tended exery praetxte and supervlsed our da1ly laps around the field Cnnny took excellent care of all equxpment and was always on hand wlth the flrst ald box when anyone was hurt oyee Seheet asslstant manager was a great help mn keepmv up our sp1r1ts She accompamed us on all Games and acted as tlmekeeper SEASON S SUMMARY Sprmxf Clty East Greenvllle Roy ersford East Greenxllle Pennsburfr Royersford Sprmg Clty I l t ' 1 I I , K L ' N' I . 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J ' 2, , a 1-3 f 1 V D ' L I l ' r D A 1 l . 1 4, 1 , 1. 1 L ' 1 . . 5 VK 3, I V the Opponent' Opponent Norco Visitors , . , K r ' ' 7 w g ............. .. - ' I K ' ' ' H ' . ..... .... 3 1 2 E a 5 - . , " . . .... .... . . . l J 3 7 , . . , 'N 5 ' ....... . . . 4 2 , u I - , - r U D ... ........... 2 0 ' ' , . . ........ . . . 2 2 3 7 ' in ' ' ' ' . ...... . . . . . . 2 4 ..,, ' -fn bl Fxrst Row left to right A Staverosky R Bechtel D Stauffer R Shaner, R Cannell captaln Second Row Mr P LeDonne coach, H Fosnocht R Bush H Barth L Smith R Barth G Dallas Mr A Alderfer assistant coach Thlrd Row R Overholtzer, manager W R1chards D Staverosky R Mlller manager H Kulp R Cannell G Torak manager The North Coventry Hrgh School basketball team started 1tS 1941 1944 season under a new coach Peter LeDonne Our record for the season was not so successful but the scor s of the games do not show the progress vxe mad as the season adv lnced W1th a squad ot pl myers who were green at the game Coach Le Donne plcked for h1s stirtmff lme up Bob Cannell and Don Stauffer forwards Dlck Bechtel center Walter Mourar and Bob Shancr guards As the season advmced some of thosc who werc not p1ckcd for thc st lrtlng l1nc up began to get pllylng roles They IO cludcd Rodney Cmnncll Harry Birth Arthur Stucrosky md Rlchrrd Birth Our mun stmd outs on thc SLOFIIILI wxcrc Don Stluffcr Bob Cmncll md A Stucroslcy but xxc cmnot for get the lmportance of the othcr pl 15 cr Wc lo t lll thc lcwuc fflmcs but mldc thc othcr tclms work to elrn thelr Y1LtOf1LS We pllycd xcry 1mpress1xcly 111 our x1ctor1ous Games vnth War w1ck md West Pottsffroxe Wc w1h the fol lowmg scn1ors Good lu k as thcg. haxe played the1r last games for Norco th1s ye1r Walt BASKETBALL lvlourar Harry Barth R1chard Barth Harold Kulp and Bob Bush The un1or Vars1ty coached by Mr Alderfer showed much prorrnse as the season advanced George Dallas Herb Fosnocht and Bob Bush d1d most of the SCOFIHQ for the junlor term We s1ncerely vnsh next year s te tm plenty of luck and hope for a successful season 1 1943 BASKETBALL SUMMARY Norco Opponents Boyertow 1 Conshohocken Sprmp, Clty Dovcn1np,town W1rw1ck Con hohoclten We t Pottsgroxe Brld cport Boyertown Spun Clty XVe t Pott groxe WHTWICR TOTALS ' 7 s 1' . , . , . , . . , . 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'g ' ............ . 18 49 bf s s ' 23 26 1 ' s '- y 5 ' 1 1' . 3: 28 , H -V .5 cs ,V v Y 'W' "' ' ' " Vg 3 N ' N -89 48- 62 The br1ll1ant ach1evements of the versatlle and exuberant members of the 194 1944 Norco cheerleaders Wlll be glorlously recorded for many years hence The bulldog tenaclty wlth whxch they steadlly advanced toward thexr coveted goal deserves the h1ghest pra1se lrom every one 1nterested ln Norco W1ll1ng sacr1f1ce provlded the practlce perlods necessary for a perfectly routlned and rhythmxc corps Headlng the l1st and actmg 1n the responslble pos1t1ons of co capta1ns are Jeanne Brady and Elaxne Swavely The semor squad 15 composed of DOFIS Freese Patrlcxa Kulp Ruth Hauseman Alma Schurr Nancy Whxteco and Jean Schurr whlle the apprentlce junlor squad 15 noteworthy for the presence of Sally Moore Dorothy Groff Arlene Bexhl and Dorothy Evans on 1tS br1ll1ant IS One of the varled features presented by the Norco cheerleaders was a successful and enter tamlng dance sponsored by the entlre group for TU IIHEEH 5 U the purpose of secunng funds wlth Wh1Ch to purchase the badly needed umforms but offer mg as well a delightful evening of gala amuse ment to all persons attendmg the festxve occasxon The a1m of any cheerleadlng squad IS to spur the1r iightmg classmates on to vlctory on the field of clean and honest sport The Norco glrls surely accomphshed thrs fine purpose Although defeat often moved on the changeable t1des of fortune the ardor and enthusxasm of the cheer leaders never wavered but thelr unswervmg loyalty to all who trusted and belleved nn them was upheld as a shmmg beacon for all to behold a brrght watchtower whlch future classes may observe and profit Then' unquenchable fightmg sp1r1t at all football and basketball contests w1ll always be remembered and respected by all true supporters of Norco Lets glve the g1rls hearty round of applause no one deserves It more thoroughly First Row left to nght N Whnteco I Brady A Shurr P Kulp D Freese R. 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