Stevens School - Class Record Yearbook (Germantown, PA)
- Class of 1944
Page 1 of 42
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 42 of the 1944 volume:
I x X . ,n .
. 1 ,
s, Yi nr
v ' 'f .
-w -1 ,www-:mr
THE 19214 1:11155 111213111111
QHE STEVENS SEHUUI.
First row: Miss Reba Cohn, iwirs. Ruth N. Gilciersieeve, Mrs. Marjorie H. Con-
nolly, Mrs. Nlay D. Riely, Nliss Alma D. Prager, Mrs. Mildred VV. Swan fPrin-
cipall, Niiss Agnes R. H. Bergen. Mrs. Jean VV. Wright, Mrs. Ruth Condon, Mrs.
Rena M. Rhodes, Miss Dorothy Smith.
Second row! Niiss Dorothy Wire, Miss Jacqueline Fehling, Mrs. Anna G. Niac-
Bride, Nlrs. Helen VV. Baker, Mrs. Ruth B. Hall, Mr. Frederick A. Heuer, Nliss
Enid Bever, Miss Jane Lewis, Mrs. Polly Margolf.
THE SE IUH CL SS
Entered ,56 NLonnieU
Where ttiereys excitement tt1ere,s Lonnie. In
athletics, at school, and on the clance Hoor, she
has been prominent. VVe'H remember tier long,
as one of the class beauties.
Business Manager of the Static '45
Class editor of Yearbook '44
Varsity Hockey Squad ,43, '44
Member of the Dramatic Club '44
MARY ELIZABETH ARRISON
Entered U51 "Butch"
Always a leader in the class, Mary, as Beta
Sigma President and Varsity hockey team
captain, has contributed much to a successful
senior year for all of us.
Varsity Hockey Squad ,43, 44
Varsity Basketball Squad '42, '45, ,44
Secretary of Student Council '42
President Beta Sigma ,44
Assistant Business Manager of Play and
Dance ,45, ,44
MARILYN ANN BLANKIN
Entered '57 'Blankien
Une of the gayest and most friendly' girls,
Biankie has won the hearts of all who know
her. Her ability and spirit have macie her tops
in athletics and in all her other school ac-
Varsity Hockey ,4l, ,42, ,45, ,44
Varsity Basketball Squad '42, ,45, '44
Entertainment Chairman ,44
Gold team captain ,44
Beta Sigma D44
Varsity Tennis ,42, '45, ,44
Entered '42 "Bud"
Jean is one of the more sophisticated mem-
hers of our class. Her imagination and acting
aloility have heen, to her many friends a great
source of amusement and admiration.
Secretary of class '42
Member of Static Staff '45
Treasurer of Student Council '45
Art Editor of Yearbook '44
President of the Dramatic Cluh '44
MATILDA POWLESS CLARKE
Entered '32 "Tillie,
As President of Student Council this year,
Tillie has been quietly and efficiently doing a
fine job. Her athletic ability, especially as a
imorsewoman, has been outstanding.
Hockey Squad '41, ,43
Basketball Squad '41, '44
President of Class '45
Beta Sigma '45, '44
President of Student Council '44
DORGTHY MAY EDDOWES
Entered '40 "Dottie"
Dottie,s amiability and cooperative attitude
have won many friends for her at Stevens. She
is well liked and makes every gathering more
enjoyable with her spirit of fun and her ani-
Treasurer of A. A. '42
President of Class '45
Varsity Hockey Squad '40, ,4l
Varsity Tennis '41, ,42
Biemlner of Dramatic Club '44
JEAN NORTON GILDERSLEEVE
Entered '42 nleanu
Jean is a girl of many talents. Her interesting
stories, of amazing iengtii, have eniiveneci
many an English class. She proved herself a
fine actress in our play as Aunt Sasspariiia.
We icnow siie will be successful at VVei1esiey,
Static Staff '45
Beta Sigma '44
Dramatic Club '44
Giee Club ,45, '44
Class Will '44
JANE LOUISE GOODMAN
Entered '40 uGoody"
Goociy's shyness and appealing personality
have been a great asset to the class, Her Sense
of humor tops aii, and tier cheerful smile has
always been there to greet us on blue Mon-
Vice President of A. A. '41
Static Staff ,45
Varsity Hockey Squad '41, y42, '43, '44
Secretary of A. A. ,42
Class Secretary '44
Blue Team captain '44
Dramatic Club '41, ,44
Varsity Tennis ,42, ,43
Entered ,4l "Bgg"
Vvtienever you hear tire crunch of an apple
you'H know, without tootcing, that itys Biz. Her
quietness is welt-known in the class, but uncter
it all stle is a good sport and an understanding
Ctass Secretary '42
Static Stati '43
Senior Play ,44
DOROTHY MARJORIE KNIPE
Entered '41 "Dottie"
Joiiy and tuti ot tun, Dottie has the qualities
of a very good friend. She has always been
ready to tietp in all our ciass projects whether
in drawing, typing, or cooking.
2nd Hockey team '42
Play and Dance '44
Dramatic Club ,44
' EMILIE HELEN KNIPE
Entered '41 UEmilieH
As Assembly Chairman this year Emilie has
made every program enjoyable. Her untiring
effort in the sale of war bonds greatly raised
ttxe school quota.
Hockey Squad '45
Assembly Chairman '44
ELEANOR HAYES MACBRI DE
Entered '53 "Ellie"
Ellie, one of the more petite members of time
class, is known best for tier smile, and friend-
liness to everyone. We shall remember tier,
too, for tier work in "Tile Princess and Mr.
Parker" and as senior class President.
Static Staff '43
Class President '44
Yearbook Staff '44
Beta Sigma '44
, "'-- ,
CHARLOTTE REED MEYER
Entered '59 Hpicy'
Vvtlerever ttlere is a group of taugtiing girls,
Pic will toe tounct in the midst of ttiem, enter-
taining Witti tier numerous anecdotes in tier
own lively tone and manner.
Yearbook Statt ,44
Dramatic Club '44
Cvtee Club ,4l, '42, '45, '44
Beta Sigma, ,44
Static Staff '43
MARY HELEN MOGRE
Entered '58 "Dizzy"
That cute smite and pleasing personality
txave rnacte Dizzy a popular gat far and wide.
Her many weekends spent at Annapolis are
proof ot ttlis.
Varsity Basketball ,42, '45, '44
Varsity Hockey ,45
Beta Sigma '42, ,45
Varsity Tennis '43
Static Staff '45
Yearbook Staff ,44
Vice President of B
Vice President of Class ,45, '44
eta Sigma '43, '44
BARBARA JEAN O'BRIEN
Entered '42 Uleanieu
Jeanie came to Stevens last year, but it
seems as though she has always been among
us, smiling, joking, and calling air raid drills
"at the oclclest momentsf,
Vice President of Class '45
Static Staff '45
Dramatic Club '43, ,44
Yearbook Staff '44
Chairman of Air-raid, Fire Drill '44
ELISABETH ANN REBOK
Entered '40 HAnn"
Ann's ability to keep the class funds in order
has made tier second only to Morgenthau. Her
generous, good-hearted nature will be remem-
bereci by all of us.
Vice President of Class '42
Treasurer of Class '45, ,44
Yearbook Staff ,44
Assistant Director of Play and Dance '44
FLORENCE DUNLAP ROBERTS
Enterecl '59 HBolJtrie"
Boblniels sensitnle suggestions have luelpecl us
with many problems. Her great love of nature
has made us aware of many ttlings we had
not lcnown. We wisli tier luck wlien stte con-
tinues tlme study of lnotany at Penn State.
Vice President Stuclent Council ,4l
Static Staff '41, '42
Property Manager tor Play ancl Dance ,45
Varsity Tennis '42, '45
DOROTHY LOUISE ROTH
Entered '56 "Deity H
If you want a war stamp or bond just loolc
for Dotty. She ttas clone a great jot: as sales-
man ancl we ttninlc sl1e's tops. She provecl tier
atmility as business manager of ttxe play and
Varsity Hoclcey '41, '42, '43
Business Manager ol Play ancl Dance '44
Static Staff '45
Dramatic Club '42
2nd Baslcettmall Team '42
GWENDOLYN ALICE SMITH
Entered '37 HGwen"
Gwen is known for iier puiaiic speaicing abil-
ity and poise. Her convincing arguments have
enliveneci many a discussion. The Navy League
has occupied a great deal of tier time, and we
nreciict an interesting career for Gwen.
Yearbook Staff ,44
2nd Team Hockey '41, '42, '43
Static Staff '43
Dramatic Club '42, '43, '44
BETTY ANN TROEMNER
Entereci ,3l HBetts',
We couici always count on Betty Ann for
honest opinions: sile is famous for her sports-
mansimip. Betty Ann's mischief and pranks have
given the class a great cieai of fun.
Varsity Hockey '42, ,43, '44
Basicetinaii Team '41, '42, '43, '44
Beta Sigma '41, '42, '43, '44
Static Staff '43
Assistant Business Manager of Yearbook '44
Stage Manager of Piay and Dance '44
DORIS ANNE WEYL
Entered ,53 "Dorie"
Dorie bas proved ber capability tbis year in
handling ttle acts for the yearbook. Even ttlougtl
sbe doesn't like us to mention it, sbe is the
artist of the class, and some day We shall all be
able to say, Uwe knew tier when-H
Beta Sigma '43, ,44
Class Secretary '43
Business Manager Yearbook '44
Treasurer Beta Sigma ,44
Dramatic '42, '45, '44
Entered '57 'AWoody"
VVoocly's quiet efficiency bas been noticeable
in keeping tbe building in order tbis year. She
is tbe envy of us all with ber sewing, and is
always willing to betp us when we must rip
out our mistakes.
Dramatic Club '41, 42, '45, '44
Static Staff '45
Yearbook Staff ,44
Cvtee Club '45, ,44
BARBARA JEAN ZIEGLER
Entered '40 "Ziggy
We don't know what the senior class would
have clone without Ziggy. Her common sense
and tactful suggestions have pulled us through
many a dimcuity. As editor of the yearbook this
year, she has proven herself a hard worker, and
at all times a good friend.
Beta Sigma '42, Y43, '44
Editor of Static '45
Editor of Yearloook '44
Dramatic Cluh '44
Glee Club '41, '42, '43, '44
THE YE!-XHBUUH STAFF
Editor ........... ..... B arhara Ziegler
Business Manager . . . . . ........ Doris yVeyl
Assistant Business Manager . .... Betty Ann Troemner
Photography ............, Elisabeth Ann Rebok
Assistant Photography ................ Katharine Woodbridge
Makeup ..,........ Jean Budd, Bobbie Roberts, lwiary Arrison
Statistics . . . Jean Goodman, Charlotte Meyer, Mary Helen Moore
Prophecy ..... ........ .... C- W en Smith, Dorothy Eddowes
Will ....... .... T illie Clarke, Jean Gilclersleeve
Class Editor .. ............. Kathlin Alhurger
Circulation . .... Eleanor lV1acBricle
SE TUB STATISTICS
Mary Helen Moore
CHARACTER SONC- ALWAYS SPECIALTY
Sbe Wears a Pair Drawing Pretty Girls Her bair
of Silver Wings
My Heart Tells Me Opening Windows Tiny feet
HMooreu rl-ban You Jitterbugging Her atbletic ability
l've Hearcl Tbat Tallcing Tbose clotbes
Horses, Horses, Horses Calm Common sense
Elmer's Tune ln love Her smile
Jeannie Vvitb ttie Giggling Englisb compositions
Light Brown Hair
How Sweet You Are
lt's Love, Love. Love
l'll Be Around
Mad About tbe Boy
Two ln Love
lt Ain,t Necessarily So
Here Comes tlie Navy
Can't Cvet Gut ot
Betty Ann Troemner ll l Had tlie Vvings
of An Angel
Kay Vtfooclbritlgv Talcing A Cbance
Vlilieyvre Eitlier Too
Young Gr Too Old
Eating an apple
Crossing tbe ctays
ott tbe calendar
ln a ditber
Her sweet disposition
Her assembly program
Her blue eyes
Her baby tace
Qn tbe job Her generosity
Cutting up Her wit
Backing tbe Attaclt Her goocl teatures
Dancing Her political views
Gut to luncb Tbe Troemner metbocl
Sewing Her clentist
Going to tbe corner
Tallcing about llte
An A in history
A comh of her own
To take it easy
To do some homework
To make it Hone
5 more inches
A date with
SE IUII STATISTICS
Best we -0-1
I haven,t done a
It's up to the
l'll get it in tomorrow
Thats so silty
I'm going on a diet
Her own nail polish Listen to this -ff-
To get on the honor roit I'II he hack in a
minute, Miss Bergen
A vitamin piii I don't care
The ring Needless to say
A dictionary Yeh, Bo
To reiax Hit You att
A private secretary
A higger pockethook
A square meat
A one-way ticket
to New York
Going out to the
Are you kidding?
Say listen, kids
Thats the payoff
To get that appli-
To marry a
To meet Jack
She has none
To Iearn how to
To Iaunch a
Barker at the circus
Drug store proprietor
Teaching her own
Cruising in the
Wife of a shoe
A second Katherine Stand-in for
Cornell Vera Vague
Test pilot Grease monkey
To get married Shall make it
Illustrator I Doodter
Another Niadame Speaker in the
elder at Lockheed
Vve. the members of the class of nineteen hundred and forty-four ol
the Stevens School, Germantown, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, much to our
amazement, having been adjudged of sound mind and clear understand-
ing, do hereby malce and publish this, our last will and testament.
To the Faculty of the Stevens School we leave the happy memories
ol our years with them and the reams oi paper which we have used in
To the Junior Class we leave our homeroom fmuch the worse for
wearig and, with the hope that they like shocking pinlc, we leave them
the Senior Lounge.
To the pupils of the Stevens School we leave the reputation and
the structure of the school, or as much as is left upon our departure
from this life.
We malce the following bequests:
To Marguerite Garrabrant we bequeath Kathlin Alburger's curls.
To Jane Littlewood we bequeath Mary Arrisonls big brown eyes.
To Tommy Thompson we bequeath Nlarilyn Blanlcins dance style.
To Helen Fawley we bequeath Jean Budds line.
To Audrey Young we bequeath Tillie Clarlcs car tand tirell
To Joan McCue we bequeath Dottie Eddowes, coy ways.
To Louise Alston we bequeath Jean Gildersleeves two British sailors.
To Pat Cousley we bequeath Jane Goodmans innocence.
To Doris Aitlcen we bequeath Elizabeth Hunters voice.
To Miss Bever we bequeath Emilie Knipe.
To Mary De Camp we bequeath Dottie Knipe's diet.
To Eleanor Cannon we bequeath Eleanor lVlcBride's love for Glee Club.
To Daria Marshall we bequeath Charlotte Nleyerls South American
To Nlaree Frisby we bequeath Mary Helen Wlooreys basketball ability.
To Sophie Ellcins we bequeath .lean 0,Brien,s crucial moments.
To Natalie Vveiss we bequeath Ann Rebolfys chic wardrobe.
To Nancy Hendler we bequeath Bobbie Roberts, love of nature.
To Dawn Spencer we bequeath Dotty Rothls vim and vigor.
To Barbara Trautwein we bequeath Gwen Smiths shapely hands.
To Miss Wire we bequeath Betty Ann Troemnerys Cotiee nerves.
To lVlargy Doxrud we bequeath Doris Vveylgs pigtails.
To Grace Kelly we bequeath Kay Vvoodbridges love for the Navy.
To .loan Kreinberg we bequeath Barbara Zieglerls blushes.
As seniors we have often thought of the approaching end of our high
school life and the demands to loe made of us in the adult world. It seems
to us that one of the essential needs in the world of today is that of a hroad,
ltexihle mental attitude toward the changes that will come.
ln nations and individuals, the ahility to organize and reorganize with
ease and swiftness, is an invalualole trait. The estalolishment of Christianity
and the colonization of the new world, are outstanding evidence that people
who have heen willing to malte changes have lorought aloout a more
advanced civilization. All the greatest movements in history have depended
upon the willingness of men to receive and use new ideas.
Vve need loolc only at the background of the United States to find
evidence of this idea. Never in history have such great numhers of people
broadened their mental horizons and expanded their physical looundaries,
as in the period America was settled. Dissatisfied Europeans uprooted
themselves from age old religions, governments, and customs, to sail across
an unlcnown sea and to colonize a wild, new world. All the discontented
people who were spirited enough to demand a new way ol life, found the
answer to their dreams in America. Qur unique, and we hope lasting,
democratic government was founded hy a revolution. ln the Constitution,
which grew out ol this upheaval, one of the strongest features lies in a
clause that allows it to he amended to meet new conditions.
The spirit ol pioneering is a significant American characteristic. ln
government and geographical expansion, in husiness homes and society, the
pioneering attitude is shown in the changes that were made and still con-
tinue to he made hy a people who are constantly searching for hetter things.
There is no laclc of reverence or respect for the great men and ideas of the
past in this attitudeg if a thing can he improved upon, Americans will try
to improve upon it.
The time is approaching when the entire world must undergo a drastic
change. The dream of youth has always been to save the world from sinlcing
further into the ahyss of war and wrong, and to give the earth its peace.
We are a young, strong nation, hardened to change, and perhaps our
pioneering heritage will enahle us to he the youth to loring ahout the great
This loroader mental horizon required hy the pioneers of today and
those of the future, can he acquired through education. Vve who graduate
from Stevens have loeen given through education, knowledge that creates
tolerance, progressive training that encourages initiative, and some under-
standing ol the concepts of hasic truths that must underlie complete living.
These are the essential tools for huilding the future. It is with gratitude for
our preparation to meet the demands of tomorrow that we leave the Stevens
School, Mrs. Swan, the faculty, our schoolmates, and many memorahle
associations. We feel sure that our deht of thanlcs will increase as we talxe
our places in this world which will prove our ahility to initiate and
June 8, 1954
Dear Suzie Stevens,
Thought l'd write and tell you all the news about the class of ,44.
l saw in the newsreel the other day that lVlary Helen has Finally settled
in Honolulu. She loolcs charming among the palm trees in her shredded
Have you seen Charlottes new play nThe Aching Cavity?" Que
writer said her satirical Wit can he appreciated only loy the lceener minds
of this sluggish generation. The leading lady, Jean Budd, is none other
than lVlr. Parlcer of the Stevens play in 714.
Ann has opened the Reholt Correspondence School and as humor
editor of the New Yorlter, she is constantly in the public eye, like grapefruit.
Rothyys latest modeling assignment entitled HVX7hat the Navy Wife
Should Vtlearn was a clever arrangement of tiny anchors and rope.
l ran into Tillie and Marilyn the other day. Tillie has her doctor,s
degree, and lVlarilyn,s 'Blanlcin Beauty Blendn is putting Max Factor out
ol business. She told me that Eleanor is now principal of a girls' school
and is malcing a great success of it.
Did you read in the papers that Ziggy was elected to Congress? Next
thing you lmow shelll he President. Dorie,s comic strip upuny Peten has
pushed Superman off the presses completely.
l heard from Jeanie OBrien and Goody last weelt. G0ody,s Hswoon-
atran is winning blue rihhons everywhere. Jean is very lausy recording
torch songs for Columbia.
Another paragraph was added to Biz's account in VVho,s Vvho. Her
amazing discovery of capsules for day-dreaming has been proclaimed
"then discovery of '54.
Bumped into Betty Ann who was staring into the slcy at a new trailer
model Helicopter. Bohloie has finally perfected its intricate rudder attach-
Did you hear that Mary is the glamorous social secretary of Bugs
Bunny, the Nutritional Food Administrator? Lonnie, trim in her nurse,s
uniform, has loeen hrightening life lor the men at Valley Forge Hospital.
Woodyys new sign looks wonderful. HK. Woodbridge, Dental Hygien-
ist'-Painless Extractions on the Credit Plan." Jean Gildersleeve had been
in on her way to the puhlishers with her most promising novel, K'Noodles
I sent a hoolc of the Chinese Language to Emilie, who, as a mis-
sionary nurse, has developed a yen for fried fish eyes and loirds nest soup.
Gwen is in Washington and recently delivered a fiery oration over
the radio, Shes husy campaigning to prevent Roosevelt's running for an
Dottie Eddowes is still trying to pass the home ec. course: she has yet
to find the man with an iron stomach. Dottie Knipe now owns Keller's.
She malfes all the greeting cards and has trouhle lceeping the raclc filled.
Thats all the news now, Susie-will write when I hear anything else.
ST DENT EUUNEIL
The Student Council is one of the most important organiza-
Hons nxthe school Tinough H probknns and suggesnons ofthe
student body are presented and discussed. Frequent executive
board rneethigs are held throughotd the year,f0HOXved by genera!
meetings in which all the girls participate.
The officers and representatives are: First raw: Betty Ann
Wentz, Junior Classy Dede Ternplsins, Vice President: Tillie
Clarke, Presidente Nancy Arrison, Secretary. Second row: Jane
Carneren, Seventh Grade: Anne Hallowell, Sophomore Class:
Mildred lVleDaniels, Freshman Class: Audrey Young, Treasurer:
Barbara Trautwein, Eighth Grade.
4 4 -
. X m
Ulary Van Sciver
Betty Ann Vventz
First row: D. Frank, L. Seaimoim, T. Wigfaii, N. LeDuc, A. iwelcher.
A. N. Rippey, M. Rumpp, NI. Williams, J. Littlewood, E. Cannon,
M. Frisby, M. Doxruci. Second row: S. Angle, NI. Lyness, P. Qmerly,
E. Amodei, A. Hallowell, P. Shun, J. Chapman, D. Hoiinger, D. Spencer.
D. Robinson, N. Arrison, H. Russell, E. Boyer. Third row: P. Rhodes,
T. Thompson, M. Hiiisley, BI. L. Elkins.
First row: S. Tuska, N. Borden, P. Wenzel, iw. Jones, J. Snyder, J. Davies,
D. Tompkins, L. Bauer, B. Randal, N. Drake, J. Buehier, D. Snyder.
Second row: P. Carter, P. Butler, M. McDaniel, P. Niatzlce, G. Kelly, K.
Ralston, A. Bostwicic, D. Keon, G. Pedley, N. McNabb, Ni. Brady,
S. Elkins, E. Vvoodbricie, K. Baldwin.
SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADES
First row: B. Borda, M. Jones, J. Gilmore, B. TVTcGarrigTe, E. Landis,
A. Levy, M. Beard, L. Roberts, B. Trautwein, N. Vvolcoff, T. Randall,
M. Matlack, T... Benoliel, J. Ziegler. Second row: M. Greco, A. Garrabrant,
R. Rian, K. Alston, B. Bruce, J. Arrison, N. Weiss. D. Metz, J. Gibson,
E. Baldwin, H. Fawley, J. Davis, E. Minnich, L. Parker. Third row:
H. Warner, N. Hargroves, B. Hand, J. Spencer, M. Be-TT, J. Cameron,
J. Wooley, J. Ostrander.
Left to right: Anne Hallowell, Secretary: Miss Fetlling, Adviser, Betty
Ann Troemner, Presicientg Doris Aitken, Treasurer, Jean Buehler, Vice-
" 2 'f' 1 ,',. an -.,.i , ' '
1 ' ' 4 41 ,A Q! Y
,, ,.,. - rff
.-Q. L fi T ff
First row: D. Roth, B. Troemner, B. Vveniz, K. Alhurger, T. Clarke
Nliss Fehling finstructorb, Nl. Arrison, E. Boyer, J. Buehler, J. Goodman
iw. Blankin, N. Arrison, L. Bauer. Second row: S. Elkins, M. Hillsley
A. XVOH, D. Aitken, G. Kelly, G. Smith, P. Qmerly, E. Vvboclhridge
A. Bostwick, M. Elkins, D. Robinson. P. Rhodes, J. McCue, M. H. Moore
J. Chapman, B. Ziegler, P. Yeahsley. Third row: N. Henciler, P. Shun
First row: J. Chapman, NI. Hillsley, M. Elkins, P. Yealosiey, B. Wentz
NI. Blanlcin, Nl. H. Nloore, P. Omerly, P. Shuli, E. Boyer. N. Arrison
M. Arrison, T. Clarke. Second row: Miss Fehling, E. Woodbridge
E. Cannon, D. Frank, J. Litilewood, G. Kelly, N. McNabb, N. Rhodes
D. Aitken, J. McCue, A. VVOH, B. Troemner, N. Hencuer, Elkins
, I , ,iq
,A 4, 1, -'
A.w..LgEU..M,w-A ,NX ph ma 053, X
M fiwif -fifi Oakllq 32
QM 3 C22 e5 'K 52.
Q C 2
aww fe ,,
9? QS.,-BQ-w,u,b3LQm.-.6-5-'34 'Z-X .Jf
if ,vw M ,kf2,,Wf
ack 40 is 0 Vosffjgy
ffcffj evo' S.,
f of W
. QL be'Uw7O . ' MM
, 0 as -ar . QE -
a- L XA W7-735
'X W fy aff
RWM ef Xfaw igrffg
EWWXQWW Q! fb F
Wwgm Og? 2 X?
0,812 Img.. 733,24 03930 JCL? ' aim
E Nwawsfy WL-V 'NT
'WEN'-Q -521 WV!! J
E3 c1,qP:ZlLK KICQHJM n..,,,1f 5,119 fbwg
:Sf JJ-iw 'MQODQZFZQM Q Ry
0 i " Vlurf- Elkulas p? P0035
kc RSL ,ZX-M31 D ' Q,-1' x 5
005,009 SLK QTEJX i
S Xechor 'gfdigg - JQEQWXQIEN
. Cf? I H - si,
8 Q41 Mary ff'-?C-fc - a
129 Years of Banking Service
AND TRUST COMPANY
5500 Germantown Avenue
At School Lane
Capital and Surplus, 52,400,000
Member of Federal Deposit Insurance
Use Our Adjoining Free Parking Space
While in the Bank
ROBERT F. F OERSTER
6122 Greene Street
GERMANTOWN, PHILA.. PA.
Phone VICtor 4246
RUTH PEARL SHOP
40 West Chelten Avenue
I. W. SCATCHARD CO.
7135 Germantown Avenue
VICTOR - COLUMBIA - DECCA
We Deliver Che. 5339
Compliments of CQNTEBS
Flowers From Our Owrn Greenhouse
ROTHE AND SON
7142-50 Gennantown Avenue
Serving Chestnut Hill and Mt. Airy
Deliveries Anywhere, Anytime
Chestnut Hill 0832 Since 1908
KIRK 61 NICE
B301 Germantown Avenue
FOR BUSY GIRLS
ON THE LOOKOUT
FOR. SMART CLOTHES
GIRLS' SHOP--THIRD FLOOR
IUNIOR SHOP-THIRD FLOOR
SPORT SHOP-SECOND FLOOR
MISSES' SHOP-SECOND FLOOR
Chelten 6. Greene
Open Friday to 9 P. M.
HARRY A. SPANGLER
6102 Germantown Avenue
GERMANTOWN, PHILADELPHIA .
Com pliments of
HARRY BI.OOIvI co. EDW- 5-1-ERN
N AND cOIvIPANY, INC.
IOSEPH II. GOODMAN
1500 Walnut Street Building
Member, New York Stock Exchange
FRANK F. TAYLOR
"Where Germantown Buys"
Next to the Colonial Theatre
MUSIC - RECORDS - RADIO
5528 Germantown Avenue
GERmantown 0922 PHILADELPHIA, PA. Qi
GERmantown 3901 Cold Storage
V A N T I THE SOPHOMORES
HFURRIERS SINCE 1911"
5535 Germantown Ave.
WE CATER TO GIRLS
IUNIOR MISS SHOP
TEEN TYPE SHOP P
both on third floor G' E R F4 73 IQ T O VV IW
Good Luck to
THE CLASS OF 1944
HOUSE: or . . .
B5 W. Chelten Avenue
GERMANTOWN. PHILA. 44, PA.
ELVA R. SMITH, INC.
MISSES' AND WOMENS
Dresses - Suits - Coats - Sportswear
5437 Germantown Avenue
DELEINE HAT SHOP
Pine Custom Made Hats
12 East Church Lane, Germantown
at Market Square, 5400 Block Gtn. Ave.
E. P. SWANK
Greene 6. Carpenter Sts.
Drugs - Medicines - Toilet Articles, etc.
Kodaks - Developing - Printing - Films
Phone: GERrnantoWn 4500
5836 Germantown Avenue
GERMANT OWN, PHILADELPHIA
THE CLASS OF '45
SMART WOMENS WEAR
gi 4 z!ffffm7f!ff1fw
5533 Germantown Ave.
Alemite Lubricating Service
C G D Batteries Exide Batteries
Goodrich Tires, Accessories
542-44 Carpenter Lane
IOHN H. HALE INSPECTION STATION
Bell Phone: GER1nantoWn 1966
ell, GERma.ntoWn 1223
F ORESMAN 'S EXCLUSIVE
5526 Germantown Avenue
Colonial Theatre Building
THE CLASS OF 1948
t Compliments ot
Compliments ot A
Heavy Hardware G Supplies for the
Contractor ci Industrial Trade
3618 North 20th Street
Bell, Radcliff 2440 Keystone, Park 2381
To make Well and to trade fairly. To
profit not alone in dollars but in the good-
will of those with whom we deal. To cor-
rect our errors. To improve our oppor-
tunities and to rear from our daily work
a structure which shall be known for all
that is best in business.
AUSTIN H. MINNICH, President.
132 South 4th Street
Telephones, LOMbard 7227-9236
CABLE ADDRESS "INSURALL"
New York Office
Telephone, Whitehall 3-5388
C. STANLEY CAMPION
W. DONALD WARNER
LUKENS, SAVAGE 61
JOHN B. KELLY
770 SCHUYLKILL AVENUE
I .fd mififinclliue MQCWLOOA . .
is llwe producl ol Jrlwe eialorls al a capable eclilar plus lime
inlrereslecl caaperalion ol a seasoned specialisl. To an
edilror, who wislies la malce a success of his lirsl publishing
venlure, specializalion aiclers innumerable advanlages Jrlial
are masl lwelplul-in lad-indispensable.
ll is advisable la have a specialisf handle your yearbook.
lnvesligale The services al "Campus," an organizalion wliase
enlire business is college anal sclwaal publicalions.
CAMPUS PUBlISHI G C IVIPA Y
I N C 0 R P 0 R A T E D
1316 Arch Street ' Philadelphia 7, Penna.
LETTERPRESS ' ENGRAVING ' GFFSET LITHOGRAPHY ' ART SERVICE
J. MllCHEll Ellllll
1 l 1 l 1 Z l
f- '-J-iv .-if 4 ,-'1 . 4
f 4:1 z F'LG.i1'2i,.'f4+A5Qf'f
. 1 . 1. I -
. 'V ,V S-Q
xxx A . x.,,x..
1 1 I
Q ' .
, V1 Q
mg ,J q
13 , L
N. V Z
-.. 'Km 1. k,.,yQ,,v.5,f: 1
, '- in Ffa.:
.fig 1- ?
. 5' J.
1 ' 1
- . 52
1 ' f .. 355.
1 i ,
' . f
1 ' ' 4
' . wr XY--451' .air
"3 ' Iw..MJ1f..J,n4f1.1.'J,:.i2Z
Suggestions in the Stevens School - Class Record Yearbook (Germantown, PA) collection:
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today!
Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly!
Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.
Material on this website is protected by copyright laws of the United States and international treaties.
No protected images or material on this website may be copied or printed without express authorization.