North Wales High School - No Wa Hi Yearbook (North Wales, PA)
- Class of 1951
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Text from Pages 1 - 80 of the 1951 volume:
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"Dear North Wales High
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We, the Class of 1951, dedicate the twelfth edition of
the WNo4Wa-Hin to Mr. Gerald G. Hottenstein, as he completes
his first year of administration in the North Wales Schools.
In the space of this one short year, Mr. Hottenstein has
made for himself a very warm place in our hearts.
He has been more than a supervising principal. He has
entered whole-heartedly into all activities and has set an
example that makes for good school spirit.
We, of the graduating class, know that we shall like to
return to our school to tell Mr. Hottenstein of the progress
we have made. It is with this thought in mind that we ask him
to accept this dedication as a token of our high esteem.
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The "No-Wa-Hi" staff members
extend sincere appreciation to
their advisers, Mr. McDonnell,
Mrs. Handerhan, Mr. Petrella, a.nd
Miss Schafenacker for their co -
bined efforts of cooperation and
guidance in helping us assemble
this twelfth edition of the year -
We are most grateful to Mr.
McDonnell for his help in photo-
graphy and to Mrs. Handerhan for
her help in layout a.nd typing of
the copy. Mr. Petrella's advice
concerning the a.rt work was most
The success of this yearbook
can be directly attributed to the
wise counsel and constant help of
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SEATED - L. to R. - Dr. Harvey P. Frank, Mr. H. Parmalee Burkart,
treasurer, Mr, Frank C. Kinsey, secretary, Dr. Albert
Schafenacker, presidentg Mr. W. H. Weingartner, vice-pres-
identg Mr. Harold W. Fuss.
Your Board of Education has asked me to express its thanks and
appreciation to everyone who has helped to make our schools a bet-
ter place for all of you.
We are at present striving to solve some very definite prob-
lems concerning the educational future of our school district.
Your Board has always had the finest cooperation from all
those persons with whom it has had to work -- the Municipal Author-
ity, the faculty, and the boys and girls of our schools.
President, Board of Education
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Greetings to the Class of 1951:
Your class is graduating in a period of unusual turmoil.
You and all the youth in our public schools hold in your
hands our na.tion's future. Whatever adverse effect the world
crisis may have on the schools will be felt for generations.
You, the youth of our community, will be called upon to
perform great services for your country. It is my hope that
the training that you have received here at North Wales High
School will have developed your ability to face day-to-day
problems with poise and perspective.
It is my sincere wish that each of you will meet with
happiness and success in whatever task you may have to per-
Gerald G. Hottenstein
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English , Latin Health Education
LUISE N. HUEGE1. JAMES M. MCDONNELL
School Nurse Sciences
H. WILLARD RHODES MARGARET SCHAFENACKER
Mathematics Health Education
PAULINE G. FISHER
DONALD K. HUBER
HELEN M. MENSCH A. EDWARD PETRELIA
MARIE C. SCI-IANBACHER E. JOHN ZE'1'TLEMOYER
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As we review the performances given by the senior class, letfs go back
about twelve yearsl Harkl The sound of a bell is heard! This signifies
our first day of school! Mrs. Lewis, our teacher, kept us busy this first
year with a doll show, pet show, and the Christmas operetta.
Mrs. Kleinfelder was the ringnaster for the second performance. She
marched us around the room in many a gay parade. Our class project was
weaving wool rugs. We welcomed Anna Dilworth, Richard Cardell and Victor
Jochen to our class this year.
How well we remember the multiplication tables and Miss Cooley in
third grade! The mystery of the third floor was solved when we took a trip
up there to see the stuffed animals.
In fourth grade, Miss Pierce assumed supervision of us. We had a task
with our history and geography lessons.
How proud we were when at last we climbed the stairs to fifth grade
and our next teacher, Miss Leister. She helped us organize our Audubon
Bird Club. We welcomed Joan Scheeler, Michael Ackley, and Bruce Geyer.
In sixth grade, our act changed under the guiding hand of Mrs. Kutz.
We. put on new faces preparatory to going to the high school. We edited the
school magazine, "The Beacon" and became members of the Safety Patrol this
year. We gained Merle Bones and Marlene Beattie in our troupe this year.
Seventh grade at last! We pitched our tents on new ground for an ex-
citing year. Changing classes was something new -- and needless to say
confusing. Sports consumed much of our time also. Mr. Benner, our home-
room adviser, spent many weary moments trying to keep us quiet. Barbara
Jones and Neo Simmer were the newcomers this year,
In eighth grade, our class was reduced to twenty-six members. Under
Mr. Royer's guidance, we wrote our first play which was presented in assem-
bly. Minnie Walker and Molly Jean joined us this year.
Miss Connolly was our class adviser in ninth grade. What fun we had
in history! Michael Ackley was our president. At this stop, Clarence
Kratz and Arlene Kurian climbed aboard our circus wagon.
Our sophomore year was one of much excitement and gaity. We gave our
first dance, "April Showers". We added a new subject to our schedule this
year -- biology. Joining us this year were Dolores Leister and Janet Stan-
ley. Mr. McDonnell was our adviser.
As Juniors, we were stationed in lO2 with Miss App. The yearfs first
activity was the Soccer Ball. The members were active in clubs, sports,
and dances. We closed the year with the Junior-Senior Prom. Daniel Reiner
was a newcomer this year.
At last we are seniors -- all twenty-two of us. We shall never forget
the senior play, the Washington trip, and all the other wonderful things
that befall a senior. It took twelve performances to bring us to Commence-
ment -- a day we shall always remember!
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EDWARD MICHAEL ACKLEY
Band 10, 115 "Norwalian" 10, 115 Senior Play5 Christmas
Pageant 125 Basketball ll, 125 Baseball ll, 125 Soccer 125
Dancing Club 125 Science Club 125 Bridge Club 125 Athletic
Association 105 Class vice-president ll, 125 Intramurals
10, 115 Junior Historians 12.
"Mike" may be tall, lanky and mighty slow, but he's an
energetic forward on the basketball court. After gradua-
tion, "Mike" will study engineering at Lehigh University.
MARLENE VIRGINIA BEATTIE
Chorus ll, 125 Dancing Club ll, 12 treasurer5 Dramatic
Club 125 May Day 10, ll, 125 Senior P18575 No-Ma-Hi Play 105
Minstrel Show ll, 125 Christmas Pageant 12 5 Basketball 10,
ll, 125 Hockey 10, ll, 125 Cheerleaders ll, 12 captain5
Junior Historians 105 Home Nursing 105 Photography Club 10.
This cheerful cheerleader is active in basketball and
hockey. She will always be remembered for her southern
accent in the senior play with "Hands off, you Yankee!"
JAMES DERLE BONES
Basketball ll, 125 Baseball 10, ll, 125 Soccer 10, ll,
125 Chnrus 10, 11, 125 Class president 10, ll, 125 Stage-
crafters 10, 115 Monitor 125 Senior Play5 Junior Histor-
ians 125 Senior Boys' Guidance 125 Dancing Club 125 Photo-
graphy Club 10, 115 Intramurals 115 Minstrel Show ll, 12.
A whiz on the soccer field, Merle was elected co-cap-
tain of the 1950 championship team. We hope he will be as
successful in serving his country in the Air Corps as he
was in serving his class as president.
RICHARD EDGAR CARDELL
Stagecrafters 115 Chorus 125 Dancing Club 125 Senior
Boys' Guidance 125 Senior Playg Monitor 12 5 Minuet 12.
At the mention of hunting, cycling, or farming, this
tall young lad is certain to be in the midst of the con-
versation. Quiet, but industrious, he is sure to see any
task through to the finish. Our best wishes go with him
as a future farmer of America.
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SHIRLEY ANN CARDELL
Photography Club 10, 115 Home Nursing 10, 115 Chorus 10,
11, 125 Junior Historians 10, 11, 125 May Day 10, ll, 125
Class treasurer 9, 10, 11, 125 Soccer Queen 125 Soccer ball
attendant 115 Hockey ll, 125 Dancing Club ll, 125 Leaders
Club 125 Basketball 12.
Shirley has been the capable class treasurer for four
years. Her energetic sports' participation was rewarded when
she was crowned Soccer Queen, sweetheart of the champions!
ANIJA MAY DIIIJJORTH
Assembly Committee 10, 115 Senior Girls' Guidance 125 Home
Nursing 125 Dancing Club 125 Junior Historians 12.
Anna, known for her quietness, is one of the original mem-
bers of the class, She can always be depended upon when help
is needed. Because of her cooperative and diligent ways, she
will certainly be successful in her chosen career as a nurse.
EDWARD HUGH FADELEY
Soccer 10, 11, 125 Basketball 125 Baseball 125 Athletic
Association 10, ll, 125 Photography Club 10, ll president5
Dancing Club 10, 115 Science Club 125 Junior Historians 10,
11, 12 vice-president5 Chorus 10, 11, 125 Senior P1ay5 Band
125 Class vice-president 105 Minstrel Show ll, 125 Minuet 12.
A happy-go-lucky fellow is NEddieH. His Npepsodentn smile
and sparkling blue eyes make him liked by all. when not
scooping ice cream at Dellickers, Ed can be found on horse-
back where he proves to be quite an equestrian.
BRUCE RODMAN GEYER
Chorus 10, 11, 125 Band 10, ll, 125 Photography Club ll,
125 Senior Playg Monitor 125 Dancing Club 115 Minstrel Show
10, ll, 125 Senior Boys' Guidance 125 Junior Historians 12
vice-president5 Student Council 105 Radio Broadcast 125 Min-
uet 125 Stagecrafters 10.
URodH, the well-known car dealer, proves to be the class
clown. Whenever there is a class activity, you are certain
to see NRodN taking part. Hunting and fishing rate high on
his list of hobbies
MARY GRACE JEAN
Chorus 10, ll, 123 Dancing Club l.1, 123 Home Nursing 10,
113 Junior Historians ll, 123 Student Council 113 Ath-
letic Association 123 Assembly Committee 125 Science Club
125 Hockey manager 113 Basketball 123 Minstrel Show 11, 123
National Honor Society 10, ll, 123 No-Wa-Hi editor3 Christ-
mas Pageant 11, 123 Minuet 123 Senior Play managerg Mm'
Day 10 attendant, 11, 123 Soccer attendant 11.
"Molly", a cheerful and peppy member of the class, can
usually be found bustling about in one of her many acti-
vities. Her friendly ways have made her liked by all.
VICTOR BUCHER JOCHEN
Photography Club 105 Intramurals 103 Chorus 10, ll, 12 3
Band 10, ll, 123 Minstrel Show 10, ll, 123 Stagecrafters
10, 113 Basketball manager ll, 12 3 Junior Historians 12
president3 Student Council 12 3 Senior Boys' Guidance 12 3
Monitor 123 Christmas Pageant 123 Senior Playg "No-Wa-Hi"
staff3 Minuet 123 "Norwalian" 123 Radio broadcast 12.
"Vic" can often be seen blowing his trumpet in the band
and indulging in his favorite pastime, eating. Industrious
and studious, he is a. diligent helper in all he undertakes.
BARBARA JEFFERIS JONES
Hockey ll, 123 Basketball 10, ll, 12, captaing National
Honor Society 10, 11, 123 Student Council 113 "Norwalian"
10, 11, 12 co-editorg Minstrel Show 1.13 "No-Wa-Hi." play
103 Senior P1ay3 Christmas Pageant 10, JLL3 Chorus 10, 11,
123 Junior Historians ll, 123 Minuet 123 Senior Girls'
Guidance 123 Home Nursing 103 Photography Club 10.
Although she participates in all school and sport acti-
vities, this young miss ra.nks high in her studies. Her
portrayal of "Susan" in the.senior play was a "natural",
CLARENCE KINSEY KRATZ
Photography Club 10, 113 Intramurals 10, ll, 123 Danc-
ing Club l2, president3 Chorus ll, 123 Minstrel Show 113
Senior Play, Soccer ll, 123 Monitor 123 Basketball 12.
"Moose" pitched his tent with our class in the ninth
grade. He rates 'ftops" in his hobby which is participat-
ing in all sports. His blonde hair reveals his sunny dis-
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ARLENE VICTORIA KURIAN
Photography Club 10, 113 Home Nursing 10, 11, 123 May Day
10, ll, 123 Dancing Club ll, 123 Junior Historians ll, 123
Girls' Leaders 123 Student Council 123 Minstrel Show 11, 123
Hockey 123 UNO-Ha-Hin staff.
This good-natured miss blushes at the slightest provoca-
tion. Her neat appearance goes hand in hand with her laugh-
ing personality. She is full of fun but respects her stud-
ies. Also artistically inclined, she has done much to make
the yearbook attractive.
DOLORES JACQUELINE IEISTER
Chorus 123 "Norwalian" 10, ll, 12 co-editor3 Home Nursing
10, 113 Dancing Club 113 Photography Club 103 Senior Girls'
Guidance 123 Junior Historians 11 secretary, 123 Class Secre-
tary ll, 123 May Day 10, ll attendant, 125 Radio Broadcast
ready and popular member of the senior class, "Do"
class in the tenth grade and has shovm her liter-
by her diligent work as co-editor of the "Norwal-
pleasant, friendly ways assure her success.
Chorus 10, ll, 123 Dancing Club ll, 123 Home Nursing 103
Photography Club 103 Junior Historians 103 Dramatics Club 123
May Day ll, 123 Christmas Pageant 123 Hockey 123 "No-Wa-Hi"
Staffs Minstrel Show ll, 12.
Blonde-haired, blue-eyed and bubbling is our "Barb". She
has varied interests in sports, drama, music, and can usually
be found in the midst of all class activities lending a help-
BETTY JANE MAYALL
Minstrel Show 11, 12 3 Girls' Shop 10, 113 National Honor
Society 10, ll, 123 Photography Club 115 Hockey ll, 123 Home
Nursing, president 123 Dancing Club 123 Senior Playg "No-2wa-
Hr' staff, May my ll, 12.
Petite and peppy "B. J." is a diligent worker in all class
As inner on the hockey team, she proved her de-
pendability and sportsmanship. Active in all school affairs,
she maintains her place in the National Honor Society.
DANIEL ROBERT REINER
Stagecrafters 113 Photography Club 113 Senior Boys'
Guidance 12 3 Senior Playg Monitor 12.
The year 1950 added another member to our class. Al-
though "Danny" is somewhat shy, he is definitely the
strong, silent type. Hmmting, fishing, and playing foot-
ball comprise his hobby list. He is always willing to
lend a hand to anyone, and we wish him luck in the Navy.
NANCY WEAVER RICHARDS
Cheerleader 123 Girls Leaders Club 123 Junior Histor-
ians 12j Basketball 123 Dancing Club 123 Senior Play man-
agerg Minstrel Show 123 Minuet 123 May Day 12 3 Intramurals
12 , captain.
The loss of Founta:i.n Hill was our gain. To our class
came a small, lively package of personality who answers to
the name of "Nance", Where there is laughter and fun,
you will find "Nance" in the center of it.
JOAN ARLENE SCHEELER
Chorus 10, ll, 123 Student Council 10, ll vice-presi-
dentg Dancing Club 12 3 Senior Girls' Guidance 12 3 Junior
Historians 10, 12 secretaryg Band 103 Hockey 10, 11, 12
captaing "No-Wa-Hi" staffg National Honor Society 113 Sen-
ior P1ay3 Radio Broadcast 12.
Joan might be an example of the saying, "still waters
run deep." Reserved and modest, she nevertheless is a
prodigious worker in class and school activities.
NEO DEAN SIMMER
Chorus 10, ll, 123 Stagecrafters 1C, 113 Jrmior Histor-
ians l13 Minstrel Show 10, ll, 123 Senior P13573 Student
Council 12, president3 Science Club 123 Chess and Checkers
12 presidentg Monitor 123 Photography Club 10, 11.
Friendly, happy-go-lucky is the class comedian, "Slim"
Simmer. His musical ability rates him tops in ukulele
playing. The wide range of activities in which he pa.rt1
cipates shows his school spirit and willingness to help.
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JANET KATHRYN STANIEY
Chorus 10, ll, 123 Dramatic Club 123 Dancing Club ll, 123
Assembly Committee 12 chairman3 Photography Club 103 Home Nur-
sing 103 Minstrel Show ll, 123 May Day 10, ll, 123 Senior
Playg Christmas Pageant 12.
This little, but mighty, package of personality joined the
class in the tenth grade. WJanU is the class vocalist, and
her lovely voice is often heard in school activities. She is
vivacious and friendly and her many ideas make the class ac-
tivities very successful.
MINNIE EDDIE WALKER
Junior Historians lO, 11, 123- Dancing Club 123 Home Nurs-
ing 123 Senior Girls' Guidance 123 nNorwalianH 123 Girls Shop
10, 113 Assembly Com ittee 113 May Day 11,123 Photography 11.
Minnie, tin , red-haired and quiet, entered the class in
the eighth grade. Besides her man hobbies, roller skating,
knitting, and crocheting, she always finds time to lend a
helping hand in all school and class activities. One of her
pet peeves is public speaking.
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LADY AND GENTIEMAN
BEST PERSONALITY CLASS CIDNNS
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RCW I - K. Camburn, A. Hamilton, M. Kulp, W. Glatz, J. Blair, J.
Ridings, Miss App.
ROW II - E. Frank, S. A. Spear, M. Scheid, N. Layton, J. Parvin, B.
Fleck, D. Storosh, A. J. Collett.
ROW III - P. Rainey, B. Gibson, R. Michaels, M. Brabson, A. Shearer,
W. Weingartner, J. Koehler, J. Stein.
The Junior class consists of twenty-six members who have their
homeroom in 102.
Their activities have been well attended and were financially
successful. The class sponsored the HSoccer Ballu, the NHeart's De-
siren dance, and clima ed the social season with the Junior-Sender
The Juniors can usually be found where there is work to be
President - Willis Glatz
Vice-president - James Ridings
Secretary - Merilyn Kulp
Treasurer - Joyce Blair
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ROW I - S. Pierce, B. J. Love, M. Kilmer, L. Buck, R. Fredericks,
J. Kratz, P. Gibson, C. Emerson, M. Godshall.
ROW II - S. Boyer, K. Hampton, A. Hazzard, A. Frank, G. Geyer, D.
Hoff, R. Reed, N. Chase, Miss Schanbacher.
ROW III - A. Blair, C. Dilworth, N. Blessing, E. Veit, J. Cuthill,
W. Schwartzer, M. Rorer, J. Paul.
HGH IV - G. Adams, M. Kilmer, W. Krauser, J. Dietterich, A. Hoffman,
J. Bryant, E. Quinn, E. Parvin, A. Kriebel.
The tenth grade this year welcomed three new members--Kay Hamp-
ton, Betty Joe Love and Jack Carter. The first class activity was
an assembly program -- a play entitled HTen Percent Tomm n.
A Spring dance was the second successful activity sponsored by
the class. This dance was well attended and everyone enjoyed the
excellent music furnished by UThe Stylersn.
The class is proud of the many members who made the varsity
sport teams this year. -
President - Robert Fredericks
Vice-president - Wayne Schwartzer
Secretary - Peggy Gibson
Treasurer - Jay Kratz
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Row I - G. schmidt, R. Vander-ist, S. Biddle, M.L. warner, J. Mich-
el, J. Matthews, R. Thompson, C. Jochen, N. Longacre.
ROW II - A. M. Hostelley, N. Brooke, F. Morgan, H. Downing, A.
Krause, J. Dawson, Miss Mensch.
ROW III - R. Sauerland, D. Gottshall, R. Nuss, J. Melchior, I. Say-
lor, R. Harper, S. Krider, P. Stott.
RCW IV - D. Quinn, K. Mayall, J. Morris, G. Dilworth, R. Gregg, T.
Cardell, L. Pool.
The freshman class found itself in room 101 this year under the
faithful guidance of Miss Mensch. Their ambition was demonstrated in
the active part they took in sports clubs, dancing club, chorus and
in other clubs. Also this year several of them were found on varsity
sport teams for the first true.
In striving for their goal to improve self-control, they have
benefited by the patience and helpfulness of Miss Mensch.
President - Joseph Michel
Vice-president - Mary Lou.Warner
Secretary - Joanne Matthews
Treasurer - Sydney Biddle
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RCW I - T. Brown, W. Kratz, H. Welsh.
ROW II - Mrs. Fisher, B. Vincent, E. Straub, D. Moyer, J. Jenkins,
S. Alcock, A. Moore, R. Baskin, Mr. Cash.
RCW III - A. Glaesser, E. Camburn, A. Monastero, J. Krause, H. Sch-
legel, E. Naylor, K. Johnson, G. Lukens, W. Gilhuer, A.
RO IV - H. Mason, F. Kilmer, J. Lindsay, D. Michaels, M. Gibson,
G. Blessing, R. Rosenberger, J. Rauch, I. Brooks, A.Spear,
ROW V - P. Ford, S. Biddle, A. Drutman, E. D'Orazio, R. Patchell,
W, Ward, J. Weingartner, N. Schaffer, D. Schnable, P.Bitto.
The roving eighth grade of 1950-51 was under the supervision of
Mrs. Fisher and Mr. Cash.
Their musical talents, ability to act, good sportsmanship, and
honor roll students indicate that this is a progressive class. The
class enjoyed working on its assembly prograns which highlighted the
President - John'Weingartner Anthony Monastero
Vice-president - Walter Gillmer Allan Glaesser
Secretary - Geraldine Blessing Karolyn Johnson
Treasurer - Naomi Schaeffer Ehna Naylor
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RUN I - J. Lindsay, L. Rosenberger, J. Eberhart, E. Overholtzer,
D. Kilmer, B. Brooks, R. Gular, D. Dilworth, J. Heiser.
ROW II - L. Camburn, D. Mayall, J. Beech, J. Brasch, G. Thomas, R.
Glatz, E. Doyle, J. Schmidt, G. Spear, R. Harwick.
RGW III - S. Wilson, E. Craft, M. White, I. Pierce, D. Moyer, P.
Hoepfl, C. Lung, D. Hemmerle, C. Booz, Mr. Petrella.
ROW IV - I. M. Watts, R. Hostelley, A. Haag, R. Harper, J. Reyner,
K. Fluck, E. Veitel, S. Schwass, J. Lamb, B. Rorer.
ROW V - L. Baker, P. Refsnider, B. Krause, C. Kalck, E. Storosh, P.
Schall, A. Zettlemoyer.
The seventh grade found things difficult and unusual at the be-
ginning of the year, but under the guidance of Mr. Petrella and Mr.
Zettlemoyer, they soon became accustomed to the regular routine ox
the high school.
They have attended many activities of the school and have en-
joyed every minute of their first year in Junior High School.
President - Donald Kilmer
Vice-president - Jack Eberhart
Secretary - Barbara Brooks
Treasurer - Elaine Gverholtzer
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SEATED - Mrs. Handerhan, Miss Schafenacker, J. Scheeler, Mr. Mc-
STANDING - M. Jean, Mr. Petrella, B. Lewis, V. Jochen, B. J. Mayall,
N. Simmer, M. Beattie.
An organization which has put out the twelfth volume of the
yearbook, is the 1951 UNoJWa-Hin. It is composed of seven seniors
with Mr. McDonnell, Mrs. Handerhan, Miss Schafenacker, and Mr. Pe-
trella as its advisers.
The responsibility of this group lies in the publication of a
concrete record of the nu erous and memorable activities along with
the history of the class of 1951. It is upon this principle that the
pages of the book were put together.
We hope you will enjoy the twelfth edition of the nNoJWa-Hin.
Editor - Molly Jean
Photography - Barbara Lewis
Art - Arlene Kurian
Business - Joan Scheeler
Circulation - Neo Simmer
Sports - Betty Jane Mayall
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SEATED - B. Jones, A. J. Collett, Mr. Petrella, M. Walker, Mrs.
Handerhan, N. Layton.
STANDING - J. Blair, J. Kratz, Miss App, J. Michel, R. Michaels, E.
Frank, Mrs. Fisher, J. Eberhart, N. Simmer, J. Stein, I.
Brooks, J. Weingartner.
This year the HNorwa1ianN has returned to the news-magazine
form. It was issued five ttnes throughout the year and the familiar
features, stories, jokes, puzzles and illustrations were published
Since there was no time, during school hours, for HNorwalianH
meetings this year the staff worked during free periods and after
school to prepare the publications.
This year they have also tried to arouse more interest in the
UNorwalianH by having the students participate in writing some of
the literary and feature material which was included in the magazine.
Co-editors - Barbara Jones
Art editors - Joan Stein
Business Manager - Jay Kratz
Adviser - Miss App
Business Adviser - Mrs. Fisher
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SEATED - N. Brooke, N. Simmer, V. Jochen, A. Kur
ian, Mr. Rhodes.
STANDING - H. Schlegel, P. Rainey, E. Storosh, J
Dietterich, R. Thompson, C. Emerson, E.
Frank, N. Layton, D. Michaels, G. Geyer.
ROW I - Mr. Rhodes, B. J. Mayall, B. Jones, M
Jean, Mr. McDonnell.
ROW II - W. Weingartner, J. Stein, W. Glatz, R
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The Student Council
consists of three e-
from each senior high
class and two from each
junior high section.
Under the direction
of Mr. Rhodes, this stu-
dent governing body
planned for recording
dances after basketball
games and Christmas de-
of a handbook is also
an important task as-
sumed by this organiza-
The Nodwa-Hi Chapter
of the National Honor
Society was established
March 20, l9h5.
Since this date, it
has recognized those
with high scholarship
who had outstanding
and service by induct-
ing these sophomores,
juniors, and seniors
each semester into the
is allowed seniors att-
aining required points.
The assembly commit-
tee membership con-
sists of two volun-
teers from each senior
adviser, has started a
new system for improv-
ing assemblies by dis-
sheets to students and
faculty following each
assembly. These rat-
ings and comments are
kept on file for fut-
This year the mag-
azine campaign was the
main benefit under-
taken by this group.
A bread and cake
sale also contributed
to the funds for uni-
forms, letters, and
Membership in the
is by election in each
homeroom. Each pupil
may join the A. A. by
purchasing a member-
ROW I - W. Gillmer, J. Stanley, Mr. Zettlemoyer,
M. Jean, I. M. Watts.
ROW II - K. Johnson, J. Matthews, S. Schwass, S.
ROW III - K. Camburn, N. Blessing, J. Bryant.
SEATED - Mr. Cash, M. Jean, Mr. Rhodes, Miss
Schafenacker, E. Fadeley.
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A. M. Hostelley, D. Campbell, B. Rorer,
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ROW I - Mr. Zettlemoyer, M. Kulp, A. Hazzard, J. Kratg, S. Boyer,
J. Stanley, M. scheid, B. Fleck, M. Beattie, A. Frank, B.
Lewis, S. Cardell, W. Schwartzer, J. Ridings, W. Weingart-
ROW II - W. Glatz, N. Sim er, E. Fadeley, N. Layton, N. Chase, J.
Stein, M. Kilmer, B. Jones, J. Blair, E. Parvin, P. Rainey,
D. Campbell, M. Bones, R. Michaels.
ROW III - V. Jochen, A. Booz, D. Leister, B. J. Love, P. J. Gibson,
J. Scheeler, A. Blair, 'S. Pierce, M. Jean, C. Emerson,
B. Geyer, C. Kratz.
Membership in the chorus is by audition with members selected
from grades ten, eleven, and twelve. The chorus has done an excel-
lent job throughout the school year.
The chorus appeared at the Christmas program, Home-School night,
Spring Concert, and Baccalaureate services.
The capable direction of Mr. E. John Zettlemoyer has shown re-
sults in the fine job this group has done.
Adviser - Mr. Zettlemoyer
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ROW I - S. Biddle, A.xMoore, S. Alcock, A. Drutman, G. Blessing,
RCW II - B. Krause, J. Schneider, J. Johnson, P. Refsnider, J.
Lindsa , C. Kalck, L. Rosenberger, I. M. Watts, A. M. Hos-
telley, P. Schall, R. Hostelley.
ROW III - J. Besch, G. Thomas, R. Glatz, D. Kilmer, J. Eberhart, J.
Schmidt, E. Doyle, A. Monastero, G. Spear, H. Schlegel,
RCW IV - J. Michel, D. Hemmerle, C. Booz, P. Stott, G. A. Schmidt,
D. Moyer, N. Longacre, T. Cardell, R. Harper, D. Gottshalb
ROW V - C. Jochen, N. Schaeffer, J. Weingartner, R. Patchell, G.
Dilworth, K. Mayall, P. Hoepfl, E. D'Orazio, R. Vande-
grift, J. Dawson, I. Pierce, Mr. Zettlemoyer.
ROW VI - E. Storosh, M. In Warner, L. Pool, J. Reyner, E. Naylor,
M. Gibson, E. Veitel.
The Junior High Chorus is open to all members of the Junior
High School. The purpose of this club is to prepare the members
for chorus work when they reach senior high school. '
Adviser - Mr. Zettlemoyer
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ROW I - J. Besch, E. Straub, D. Michaels, R. Rosenberger, J. Rauch
RCW II - J. Stein, J. Blair, P. Stott, E. D'Crazio, J. Michel, Mr.
ROW III - D. Gottshall, A, Blair, E. Fadeley, R. Fredericks, J. Rid-
ings, W. Weingartner, N. Blessing.
ROW IV - R. Michaels, E. Veit, V. Jochen, W. Schwartser, B. Geyer.
In addition to the Wednesday afternoon club period, this year
band members had to rise early every Wednesday and Friday mornings
for eight o'clock rehearsals.
Every week they have played for the entrance and exit from
assembly and have contributed selections during the assembly as well
They also participated in the Memorial Day parade.
All students who could play a band instrument were encouraged
to join this club for it furnished practical experience and in-
struction in band work.
Adviser - Mr. Zettlemoyer
ROW I - E. Fadeley, J. Scheeler, V. Jochen, B. Geyer, N. Layton,
D. Leister, M. Bones.
ROW II - Miss Mensch, A. Kurian, R. Michaels, N. Blessing, E. Veit,
WQ Weingartner, C. Emerson, J. Stein.
RCW III - E. Frank, Af J. Collett, M. Walker, A. Frank, K. Camburn,
J. Blair, N. Richards, A. Dilworth, S. Cardell.
The North Wales Junior Historian Chapter is a member of the
Pennsylvania Federation of Junior Historians. This year the club
had a part in the musical entertainment for the Southeastern Dis-
trict meeting on April 5, 1951. Edward Fadeley and Molly Jean were
elected first vice-president and secretary of that district re-
The theme for this year centered on NLoca1 Historyn. The club
gave an assembly program, dramatizing the lives of important people
of Pennsylvania. The purpose of the club is to create an interest
in Pennsylvania history.
President - Victor Jochen
Vice-president - Bruce Geyer
Secretary - Joan Scheeler
Treasurer - Nancy Layton
Adviser - Miss Mensch
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STANDING - B. Geyer, A. Dilworth, V. Jochen, B. J.
Mayall, M. Bones, Miss Mensch, D. Rein
ROW I - Mr. McDonnell, A. Booz, M. Ackley, M.
Jean, E. Frank.
RGW II - J. Kratz, N. Sim er, E. Fadeley, G. Dil-
worth, J. Ridings, K. Camburn.
The Guidance Club
was founded in Septem-
ber l9SO. The purpose
of this club was to
give the seniors guid-
ance in interviewing,
and other problems that
confront graduating se-
During the year, the
club visited various
industrial plants, had
interviews with person-
nel managers and parti-
cipated in a panel dis-
cussion over W.N.A.R.
ized club is the Sci-
This club is related
to the biology, physics,
and chemistry courses.
Divided into separate
groups, the members
work on projects which
The president is Mike
Ackley, secretary is
Molly Jean, and the ad-
viser of the club is
W MM' ith
The purpose of this
club is to Provide
periences for the fut-
ure nurses of North
Wales High School.
During the course
of the year, the club
members visited sever-
al hospitals in the
surrounding areas an
were taken on tours
Mrs. Huegel, the
school nurse, is the
sponsor of this club.
Girls' Leaders was
a new club fonmed this
The purpose of this
club was to instruct
girls to be better
leaders in gym class,
to strengthen their
basic skill in sports
and to develop char-
The twenty members
were under the guid-
ance of Miss Schafen-
- Mrs. Huegel, E. Quinn, B. J. Mayall, N.
Richards, M. Kilmer.
ROW II - K. Hampton, A. Dilworth, M. Walker, A.
Frank, B. Lewis, S. A. Spear. .
ROW III - C. Emerson, A. Kurian, B. Gibson, M.
Rorer, P. Gibson, A. Hamilton, E. Par-
ROW I - J. Matthews, B. Rorer, A. Krause, M.
Kihner, M. White, P. Ford, Miss Schaf-
ROW II - B. Vincent, A. Collett, M. Scheid, B.
Brooks, N. Brooke, S. Cardell.
ROW III - G. Adams, S. Biddle, B. Gibson, A.
Blair, E. Quinn, A. Kurian, N. Richards
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ROW I - N. Layton, N. Chase, A. Kurian, A. Booz, C. Kratz, M. Beat-
tie, G. Adams, M. Walker, B. Jones.
ROW II - E. Frank, A. Collett, B. J. Mayall, S. Cardell, B. Lewis,
A. Dilworth, J. Stanley, M. Scheid, B. Fleck, Miss Schaf-
ROW III - E. Fadeley, N. Blessing, M. Brabson, D. Campbell, R. Car-
dell, M. Ackley, M. Bones, L. Buck, A. Hoffman.
ROW IV - A. Hazzard, W. Krauser, A. Kriebel, N. Richards, H. Jean,
D. Leister, J. Scheeler, J. Koehler, D. Hoff, K. Camburn,
By an overwhelming majority, Clarence Kratz took over the
presidency of dancing club this year. The vice-president is occu-
pied by Amos Booz, and Marlene Beattie holds the key to the treasumyz
Every Wednesday afternoon in the gym the members dance to the
dreamy music of Sam y Kaye, Tommy Dorsey and others. This club
could not have been a success if it were not for the direction and
patience of Miss Margaret Schafenacker.
Adviser - Miss Schafenacker
ROW I - K. Johnson, E. Veitel, R. Harper, R. Glatz, R. Baskin, F.
Morgan, C. Kalck.
RCM II - J. Schneider, E. Naylor, I. M. Watts, J. Lamb, M. Gibson,
G. Blessing, H. Downing, M. L. Warner, J. Matthews.
ROW III - D. Kilmer, E. Doyle, J. Schmidt, R. Gular, A. Cassel, R.
Harwick, G. Lukens, Miss Schafenacker.
ROW IV - W. Kratz, R. Nuss, J. Michel, C. Booz, D. Gottshall, R.
Harper, J. Weingartner.
ROW V - S. Biddle, M. White, G. A. Schmidt, P. Bitto, E. Straub,
R. Vandegrift, P. Stott, S. Wilson, A. Krause, B. Krause,
The first year for a junior high dancing club has proved to be
a successful one. with zealous enthusiasm, the members have succ-
essfully learned the one-step, the two-step, the fox-trot, the
Charleston, the polka, and the jitterbug.
The big event of the year was the "Lorelie" dance on January 16.
Junior High Dancing club meets every Monday and is under the
supervision of Miss Schafenacker.
Adviser - Miss Schafenacker
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RGW I - N. Chase, R. Reed.
RGW II - Miss App, G. Geyer, P. Gibson, N. Layton, J. Stein, M.
Beattie, A. Frank.
ROW III - S. Boyer, K. Ha pton, D. Storosh, J. Stanley, B. Lewis,
S. A. Spear.
ROW IV - E. Parvin, M. Kilmer, B. J. Love, M. Rorer, S. Pierce, M.
Godshall, C. Emerson.
In order that a dramatics program might be offered throughout
the entire high school, the Senior High Dramatics club was organized
this year. It was comprised of all females.
In the beginning, the girls presented short skits in pantomine,
and as they improved their abilities, they gave script-in-hand pro-
ductions of brief one-act plays.
Many of the members contributed to the annual Christmas pro-
duction of Wwhy The Chimes Rangn.
President - Nancy Layton
Vice-president - Joan Stein
Secretary - Peggy Gibson
Adviser - Miss App
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RCE I - B. Vincent, T. Brown, M. White, I. Brooks, A. Moore, R.
Patchell, L. Pool.
RCW II - J. Schneider, P. Ford, D. Kilmer, W, Gillmer, J. Eberhart,
J. Schmidt, H. Schlegel, I. M. Watts.
RCW III - T. Cardell, S. Biddle, R. Sauerland, C. Lung, J. Weingart-
ner, G. A. Schmidt, Mrs. Fisher.
ROW IV - A. Zettlemoyer, B. Brooks, S. Alcock, N. Brooke, A. Krause
G. Blessing, J. Jenkins.
Real talent and cooperation were the keynotes of this year's
Junior High Dramatics club. This group, under the capable direction
of Mrs. Fisher, worked industriously on the play, WThe Life of The
Partyg'which was presented in assembly.
The remainder of the year they devoted to presenting short
plays in club period and receiving instructions
presence, voice, and manners.
President - Irwin Brooks
Vice-president - Terence Brown
Secretary - Anita Moore
Treasurer - Margie White
Adviser - Mrs. Fisher
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ROW I - Mr. Rhodes, J. Kratz, N. Simmer, G. Cad-
wallader, R. Harper.
ROW II - E. Camburn, R. Thompson, A. Cassel, F.
Kilmer, J. Krause, L. Camburn.
ROW III - I. Saylor, J. Paul, J. Cuthill, C. Dil-
worth, J. Bryant.
RGW IV - R. Vandegrift, H. Welsh, W. Kratz, J.
Dietterich, J.'Wa1ch, J. Lindsay.
SEATED - Mr. McDonnell, A. Moore, E. Frank, G.
Geyer, M. Ackley.
STANDING - J. Dawson, K. Hampton, N. Schaeffer,
H. Mason, S, Alcock, M. Rorer, B. Vin
cent, N. Longacre.
If any one knew how
to play chess or checks
ers, or if he wanted
to know how to play,
the Chess and Checkers
Club, sponsored by Mr.
Rhodes, was the club
to be selected.
These mental wiz-
ards met every'wednes-
day. The year started
with the teaching of
funda entals. Then
came the big tourna-
ments to determine who
the champion would be.
This club is one of
the new activities of-
fered to the students
of the senior high
school. Its purpose
is to teach the popu-
lar game of bridge and
thereby provide the
members with another
outlet for their lei-
A tournament for
the club members to
determine who were the
best players was con-
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In Craft Club, the
students had an oppor-
tunity to demonstrate
Stencils, clay fig-
ures, designs in copper
foil, and art work are
just a few of the pro-
jects that were turned
Craft club met every
Tuesday, under the able
guidance of the art
teacher, Mr. Petrella.
The skill and crafts-
manship of the members
of the Junior High Hod-
el club was shown in
the authentic models
which were produced.
Under the capable
direction of Mr. Huber,
these ambitious stu-
dents met every Wednes-
With the present
work as a model, these
boys will so e day be
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R0 I - Mr. Petrella, W. Gillmer, R. Rosenberger,
G. Cadwallader, I. Brooks, D. Moyer, E.
RGW II - D. Michaels, A. Cassel, G. Lukens, A.Glae-
sser, E. Straub, J. Krause, R. Thompson.
RCW III - R. Nuss, J. Melchior, W. Kratz, P. Bitto,
T. Brown. 1
ROW IV - R. Baskin, J. Jenkins, R. Gregg, W. Ward,
J. Morris. J. Rauch.
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RCW II - D. Mayall, R. Gular, A. Monastero, G. Tho-
mas, R. Glatz, J. Brasch.
ROW III - P. Bitto, R. Nuss, D. Hemmerle, K. Mayall,
Jo Morris 0
ROW IV - G. Lukens, A. Glaesser, A. Haag, R. Bas-
kin, G. Dilworth, E. Craft, D. Moyer, R.
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ROW I - Mr. Cash, A. Hoffman, J. Paul, J. Kapusta, D, Campbell,
W. Weingartner, J. Koehler.
RCW II - R. Fredericks, W. Krauser, li. Kriebel, J. Bryant, J. Diet-
terich, D. Hoff, A, Hazzard.
ROW III - E. Veit, J. Cuthill, C. Kratz, W, Schwartzer, M. Brabson,
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If anyone who likes to play sports, and was not fortunate e-
nough to make a varsity team, Senior High Intramurals was the club
to be chosen.
This club's purpose was to give students additional knowledge
of America's sports and a chance to play them.
The adviser of the club this year was Mr. Thomas Cash, coach,
whose varied and interesting ideas made the club one of the most
interesting offered in the school.
President - John Kapusta
Adviser - Mr. Cash
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ROW I - A. Monastero, R. Thompson, G. Spear, A. Zettlemoyer, H.
Krause, Mr. Cash.
J. Besch, G. Thomas, J. Eberhart, E. Camburn,
J. Brasch, D. Mayall.
H. Welsh, D. Hemmerle, J. Melchior, C. Lung,
Kilmer, J. Jenkins, I. Brooks, J. Rauch, J.
Moyer, A. Glaesser.
- G. Cadwallader, J. Morris, P. Hoepfl, J. Walch, T. Brown,
Dilworth, R. Patche ll.
The future varsity sport aspirants of North Wales High School
ROW II - L. Camburn,
ROW III - K. Mayall,
ROW IV - A. Haag, F.
W. Ward, G.
every Monday in the form of a Junior High Sports club.
This club's purpose, under the guidance of Mr. Cash, is to
teach the members not
but also to encourage
only how to play Americais favorite sports,
the principles of good sportsmanship.
Adviser - Mr. Cash
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ROW I - Miss Schanbacher, E. Parvin, E. Quinn,
S. A. Spear, S. Boyer.
ROW II - J. Parvin, D. Dilworth, I. Pierce, E.
Overholtzer, P. Refsnider, B. Gibson,
C. Kalck, S. Pierce.
ROW III - K, Fluck, M. Kilmer, M. Kilmer, R. Reed.
The girls' Home Ec-
onomics club is one of
the more industrious
clubs. Under the super-
vision of Miss Schan-
bacher, these girls are
learning to knit, sew,
They presented a
Fashion Show in which
the girls had a chance
to display their var-
The club also spon-
sored a bake sale the
proceeds going toward
Offering keen compe-
tition for the girls, is
the boys' Home Economics
The activities of
this club are similar
to those of the girls'
club with the exception
of the fashion show.
Meeting every Monday,
the boys in the club
have been reported to
have high efficiency
in the culinary arts by
their adviser, Miss
ROW I - K. Camburn, J. Bryant, W. Krauser, A,
Kriebel, Miss Schanbacher.
RCW II - J. Carter, C. Dilworth, E. Veit, L. Buck,
Jo Paul, A0 Hoffman.
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Soccer and basket-
ball season finds the
peppy cheerleaders of
North Wales High School
leading the spectators
in songs and cheers.
Belonging to this or-
ganization is both an
honor and a pleasure.
This year the girls
cheered the soccer
squad to a champion-
ship and were instru-
mental in organizing
the victory parade to
fete this team.
Membership was open
to any one interested
in baton twirling.
This is the first
year the majorettes
have functioned as a
separate club. Each
year the majorettes
add to the glamour of
the marching band.
Study is progress-
ive, starting with the
shnplest twirling form
and moving on to more
RCW I - M. Beattie, J. Blair, N. Richards, M.
Scheid, E. Frank.
ROW II - D. Moyer, J. Matthews, B. Vincent, K.
ROW I - M. Gibson, G. Geyer, E. Doyle, S. Sch-
wass, B. Rorer.
E. Naylor, H. Mason, J. Matthews, J.
Reyner, K. Johnson, S. A. Spear.
ROW II -
ROW III - J. Lamb, E. Veitel, D. Moyer, N. Schae-
ffer, C. Jochen, Mr. Zettlemoyer.
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ROW I - J. Reyner, B. Brooks, R. Hostelley
RCW II - Mr. Petrella, N. Brooke, D. Michaels
ROW III - L. Rosenberger, P. Refsnider, L. Pool
D. Quinn, J. Lindsay, J. Schmidt.
ROW IV - B. Rorer, S. Biddle, D. Moyer, M. God-
shall, H. Reed.
Row I -
den, M. Ackiey.
ROW II -
D. Reiner, B. Geyer, C. Kratz, R. Car-
E. Fadeley, V. Jochen, M. Bones, N. Sim-
The Sketch Club is
a new club organized by
This club is for
the benefit of those
interested in art and
for those seeking more
training in art than
is allotted them dur-
ing regular classes.
In the fall the club
was engaged in outdoor
sketching. Later the
sketches were trans-
formed into full water
The monitor squad
is composed of boys
from the senior class.
Their duties are to
supervise during fire
drills, keep traffic
moving to the right of
the corridors, and
take care of the cor-
These boys were nec-
essary in maintaining
order in the corridors
and on the stairs.
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ROW I - Miss Schafenacker, E. Parvin, B. Jones, J. Scheeler, M.
Beattie, J. Stein.
RCW II - B. J. Mayall, B. Lewis, M. Scheid, G. Adams, S. Cardell,
A. Collett. 1
ROW III - J. Blair, B. Gibson, A. Blair, S. Pierce, S. Biddle.
ROW IV - A. Kurian, N. Layton.
Willing to meet the opposing teams with spirit and good sports-
manship, the varsity lassies started the season combating Lower
Moreland with an unscored result for both teams. H P, of
The season's finale was a thrilling 1-1 tie with Hatfield.
Following this game, the girls stored their equipment with resolu-
tions for an even better record next year.
Captain - Joan Scheeler
Manager - Arlene Kurian
Coach - Miss Schafenacker
Lower Moreland 'O" 'U'
Springfield 1 1
Hatfield 1 I4
Lower Moreland 1 O
Buckingham 2 1
Springfield 2 1
Buckingham 3 O
Hatfield I 1 l
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The Tri-County League of 1950 was one of keen competltlon and
here were no Wsoft touchesn on the schedule The squad drllled
long and hard and succeeded 1n galning top honors
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MOPT1S, K Camburn, A Booz, C Kratz, E badeley,
ROW I - M. L. Warner, N. Brooke, B. J. Mayall, A. J. Collett, B.
ROW II - J. Stein, M. Jean.
ROW III - M. Beattie, G. Adams, B. Jones, N. Richards, M. Walker.
ROW IV - M. Rorer, S. Pierce, E. Quinn, A. Blair, S. Biddle, Miss
Although the girls suffered several defeats in this basketball
season, they were not discouraged.
They maintained their fighting spirit to the very end when they
engaged Hilltown in the last game of the season.
Captain - Barbara Jones
Manager - Betty Jane Mayall
Coach - Miss Schafenacker
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Lower Moreland -IE' 'ET
Palisades 32 20
Palidades hh 23
Coopersburg 1h 28
Buckingham 32 17
Hatfield 11 17
Lower Moreland 15 Sl
Buckingham 21 2h
Hilltown 20 37
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ROW I -'W. Weingartner, M. Bones, L. Buck, M. Brabson.
ROW II - Mr. Cash, V. Jochen, J. Cuthill, A. Booz, M. Ackley, D.
ROW III - C. Kratz, E. Veit, E. Fadeley, A. Hoffman, A. Kriebel, W.
Krauser, W. Glatz.
The Wildcat quintet finished the season with an eight and six
record even though they had a three and five record in league com-
Under the excellent coaching of Mr. Cash, the team, for the
first time, showed that they could play basketball.
The letter winners of the 1951 campaign were Mike Ackley, Merle
Bones, Amos Booz, Donald Campbell, Clarence Kratz, and William
Southampton 35 H5
Lower Moreland 39 38
Captain - Michael Ackley
Manager - Victor Jochen
Coach - Mr. Cash
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Southampton SE 35
Lower Moreland MS 65
Hatfield hl no
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ROW I - E. Fadeley, D. Reiner, M. Bones, C. Kratz, V. Jochen, M.
RCW II - R. Thompson, J. Morris, K. Camburn, A. Kriebel, T. Cardell,
G, Dilworth, M, Jochen.
ROW III - Mr. Cash, M. Brabson, D. Campbell, J. Cuthill, E. Veit, R.
Michaels, W. Weingartner.
ROW IV - W. Krauser, S. Krider, D. Gottshall, L. Buck, J. Carter,
J. Dietterich, R. Harper, J. Walch.
This season the Wildcats are starting their first campaign un-
der the leadership of Mr. Thomas Cash. There are several lettermen
returning and a few more new faces around the diamond. Those re-
turning are Mike Ackley, Merle Bones, Lawrence Buck, Jules Cuthill,
and william Weingartner.
This year Jenkintown has been added to the league while Whit-
pain has consolidated. The teams in our league are: Hatfield, Jen-
kintown, Lower Moreland and Southampton.
Coach - Mr. Cash
April 16 - I5wer Moreland Home
April 23 - Jenkintown Away
April 26 - Hatfield Home
May l - Southampton Away
May 7 - Lower Moreland Away
May ll - Southampton Home
May lb - Hatfield Away
May 17 - Jenkintown Home
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ROW I - L. Camburn, J. Besch, W, Gillmer, G. Thomas, J. Brasch, D.
RON II - J. Lindsay, J. Rauch, G. Cadwallader, H. Welsh, T. Brown,
E. D'0razio, J. Jenkins, H. Schlegel, E. Camburn.
RCW III - Mr. Cash, D. Michaels, I. Brooks, J. Weingartner, C. Booz,
W. Kratz, C. Lung, P. Hoepfl, R. Harper, T. Cardell.
ROW IV - J. Eberhart, A. Monastero, A. Cassel, G. Lukens, R. Har-
wick, J. Krause.
This year the Junior Wildcats had no league to compete in, but
they played their best just the same.
The final results were six and one, with the Wildcats on the
winning side. The time and effort of Mr. Cash showed clearly in
The boys were full of the 'ole pep, vim and vigor and had quite
a following of both students and townspeople witnessing their thrills
Manager - Thomas Cardell
Coach - Mr. Cash
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Walch, R. Patchell, I. Brooks.
ROW II - W. Gillmer, E. D'Orazio, J.'Weingartner, C. Lung, R. Har-
per, T. Brovm, J. Jenkins, Mr. Huber.
ROW III - A. Monastero, D. Mayall, J. Eberhart, R. Gular, J. Morris,
A. Cassel, J. Schmidt, G. Thomas, J. Rauch.
The future hardwood stars of North Wales High School, led by
their new coach, Mr. Donald Huber, succeeded in winning a total of
nine games as against seven losses.
In league competition, these enthusiastic players broke even
with three wins and three losses.
Captain - Kenneth Mayall
Manager - Phillip Stott
Coach - Mr. Huber
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