Stevens Trade High School - Stevensonian Yearbook (Lancaster, PA)

 - Class of 1928

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The present we have end we in , . puSeVitito'1eave these annals of our days for re1nembraiice'V sake and for eneonragement to others in their walk with A ' or after us. ov . p 5 1' we 1 A Q ' 'v 3 0 'J af.. , -"Heh - , . I .i" 'bg " if-'1 1. 1 4 IN MEMORIAM LEVIS STANLEY CRAIG All of us are aware of the uncertainty of life, and yet it is hard to associate death with youth. But it is not for us to judge. It becomes us to bow in reverent sub- mission to His will. Although we mourn the loss of a classmate, his true sportsmanship, his sunny disposition, his loyalty to his friends and class, we find consolation in the knowledge that somewhere in the Great Beyond the pal of our schooldays has found Eternal Life. Table of Contents Foreword ..,................ ln Memoriam .A........,. Table of Contents .....,..,, .. Dedication ....,......,...,..........,.......... High School Buildings ......... Girls' Faculty ...,.......l.......,... Girls' Information ,.......... Boys' Faculty .,.......... Vidette Staff .......,,...,.........,....,,....,.....,,...... Officers of Graduation Class ........l..., Student Council ............,.........,...........,... Motto, Colors, Flower .,...,...,., NWeH Class of 1928 S. H. S. ........ . Class of 1928 L. H. S. ........,..... . Class of Mid 1929 S. H. S ............ Class of Mid 1929 L. H. S .,.,,,...... Social Calendar ..........,..........,..,......,... Class Song .........., Class Poem ....................... Club and Activities ...,.,.. Sports Review ................, 9-10 11-12 14-15 16-17 18-19 21-53 56-57 58-59 63-68 .Y ,L , . Q! vs' Ju! , ,. -91 -"H a.,,- -- I fi .,,Q,f, fl' .,, f g , I 3' ' ' -3 . If E. ' 5 VA. ' 5. guna' , , -, ,1-M V -,M .jf .g - - 1 MJ, ,V . c, wx- -fwrlgf i 1" .31 , .f Af Hx! , 1 . 1 ,, .u .1 ' my xv ' , .yN,,1's, Q-. 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J. , TF . 1 4 'hi Z ,ny -A , To Our Mothers and Our Fathers U33 N APPRECIATION OF THEIR LOVE, INTEREST, AND SACRIFICE WHICH HAVE MADE IT POSSIBLE TO ACCEPT THE OPPORTUNITIES OUR SCHOOL AND OUR SCHOOL DAYS HAVE BROUGHT TO US WE, THE BOYS AND GIRLS OF THE CLASS OF 1928, DEDICATE OUR ANNUAL. 1 STEVENS HIGH SCHOOL BOYS' HIGH SCHOOL K Stevens High School Faculty '23 STACY E. PETERS ....................................................... Principal Dallastown H. S., Gettysburg Col., A. B., U. of P., A. M. Dallastown Grade Schools, Downingtown H. S., Prin., Downingtown Schools, Supervising Prin., Derry Twp. Schools, Supervising P1-in., Hershey, Prin. Girls' H. S. since 1920. . KATHRYN E. ABEL ............................................ Retail Salesinanship Girls' H. S., Pierce Business Col., F. Sz M., Millersville S. N. S., Columbia Univ., B. S., N. Y. Univ. Lititz Grade Schools, Tuckerton H. S., N. J., Girls' H. S. since 1921. E. RUTH BEATTIE .......................................... ........ U . S. History Chambersburg H. S., Wilson Col., A. B., Columbia Univ., A. M. Chambersburg H. S., Girls' H. S. since 1923. SARAH E. BITNER ........................................................ English Girls' H. S., Millersville S. N. S., F. gl M., U. of P., Oberlin Col., A. B. Lancaster Grade Schools, Girls' H. S. since 1917. NETTIE G. BRENNER ................................. . ......... Commercial Subjects Manor Twp. H. S.,. Millersville S. N. S., Lanc. Business Col., Indiana S. N. S., Elizabethtown Col. Derry Twp. H. S., Hershey, Lititz H. S., Spring City H. S., Girls' H. S. since 1928. SARAH F. DILLER ........................ ........ ............ C o mniercial Subjects Girls' H. S., Bryn-Mawr, Millersville S. N. S., Penna. Business Col., U. of P., B. S., F. Sz M., Columbia Univ. Lancaster Grade Schools, Girls' H. S. since 1919. ALICE H. GERHARD ............................. . ................... . . . . . . .French Central H. S., Harrisburg, Bryn-Mawr, A. B., Univ. of Grenoble, Harvard Univ., Cornell Univ., Middlebury Col., Penn State, A. M. Girls' H. S. since 1910. DAISY P. GREXNER ............................... . . .. ............ . .... Mathematics Girls' H. S., Millersville S. N. S., M. Pd., F. 61 M., Cornell Univ., Penn State, U. of P., Muhlenberg, Ph. B., Columbia Univ. Lancaster County, Lancaster Grade Schools, Girls' H. S. since 1910. EDNA E. HARMAN ............................................ Commercial Subjects Carlisle H. S., Shippensburg S. N. S., Penna. Business Col., F. Sz M., U. of P., Columbia Univ. Carlisle Grade Schools, East Bank H. S., West Va., Tyrone H. S., Girls' H. S. since 1922. ANNA J. KNOX .................................................. Domestic Science Christiana H. S., West Chester S. N. S., Drexel Institute, U. of P. West Chester Grade Schools, Girls' H. S. since 1920. MARION G. KRESGE .................................................. . . .English Allentown H. S., Dickinson Col., U. of P., B. S. Girls' H. S. since 1924 fexceptingi 2 years in West Jr. H. S., HELEN E. LANDGRAF ............................... . ......... ............... M usic Lebanon H. S., Lebanon Valley Col., B. Mus., N. Y. Univ. Supervisor of Portage Schools, Supervisor of Hanover Schools, East Jr. H. S., Girls' H. S. since 1925. HELEN H. LITTLE ..... . ....... ........... . .. ................ Civics and Economics Hanover H. S., Cushing Academy, Mt. Holyoke Col., A. B., Penn State Col., U. of P. Hanover H. S., Reading H. S., Girls' H. S. since 1922. OLA MCLEAN ................................ . . ................. Domestic Science Mt. Pleasant H. S., Thomas Normal Training School, Detroit, U. of P., Penn State Col. Huntingdon Twp. Schools, West Penna. Institute for the Deaf, Latrobe, Penna. H. S., Monessen H. S., Girls' H. S. since 1925. EDITH R. MUMMA ............................................. .Latin and French Mechanicsburg H. S., Irving Col., A. B., Dickinson Col., Penn State Col., U. of P., Columbia Univ. Lemoyne H. S., Penna., Girls' H. S. since 1920. LAURA A. MUNsoN ....................................................... English Girls' H. S., Millersville S. N. S., M. Pd., Teachers' Col., B. S., Columbia Univ., A. M. East Donegal Twp. H. S., Millersville S. N. S., Lancaster Grade Schools, Girls' H. S. since 1906. JoIIN S. OLLER ............ . .............................................. Science Waynesboro H. S., Penna , Lafayette Col., Ph. B., U. of P., F. Ki M., A. M. Washington Twp. Schools, Connelsville H. S., Waynesboro H. S., Girls' H. S. since 1920. MRS. MARY S. PRICE .................................. . ................... History New Holland H. S., Shippen School, Irving Col., Oberlin Col., A. B., U. of P., A. M., Millersville S. N. S. Brook's Preparatzry School for Boys, Indianapolis, Ind., Tower Hill School, Wilmington, Del. Girls' H. S. since 1923. MARY E. PoWERs ......................................................... Biology Girls' H. S., Millersville S. N. S., Penn State, Columbia Univ., Swarth- more, A. B. Manheim Twp. Schools, Connelsville H. S., Girls' H. S. since 1925. MARIE L. PROBST ............................................. Commercial Subjects Warren H. S., Indiana N. S., Penn State, Syracuse Univ., U. of P. Hanover H. S., Warren H. S., Girls' H. S. since 1922. ANNA M. RICH ................................ . ......................... Drawing Marietta H. S., Millersville S. N. S., Teachers' College, B. S. Upper Leacock Twp. H. S., Jr. H. S., Los Angeles, Supervisor of Art in Lan- caster since 1925, Girls' H. S. since 1927. ESTIIER R. RISSER .................................,.................... Librarian Lititz H. S., Millersville S. N. S., Muhlenberg, Student F. and M., Temple, U. of P. Librarian Jr. H. S., Bethlehem, Girls' H. S. since 1926. LILLIAN M. Rows. . . 4 .......... ............ . ......................... M athematics Gettysburg H. S, Gettysburg Col., A. B., Cornell Univ., Columbia Univ., A. M., U. of P. Elders Ridge Vocat. School, Derry Twp. H. S., Hershey, Girls' H. S. since 1921. EDWVARD K. SIIOOP ............................................ Commercial Subjects Pierce Bus. Col., Millersville S. N. S., Student F. and M., N. Y. Univ., U. of P. Mt. Joy Twp. Schools, East Donegal Twp., Rapho Twp., East Lampeter Twp., Fairview Twp., Luzerne Co., Head of Commercial Dept. in Girls' H. S. since 1925. MILDRED M. SHOPE ........................................... Commercial Subjects Lower Paxtang H. S., Beckley Bus. Col., Harrisburg. Girls' H. S. since 1927. KATHERINE C. SICKLER .............. . .......................... Physical Education Tyrone H. S., Ohio Weslyan Univ., Columbia Univ., B. S. Jr. H. S., of Baltimore, Girls' H. S. since 1925. EDGAR F. SLICHTER. ..................... ..... ............... C 0 mmercial Subjects Columbia Ccmmercial Col., Hagerstown, Md., Zanerian School of Penmanship. Chambersburg H. S., Derry Twp. H. ,S.,.Hershey, Girls' H. S. since 1921. ANNE D. SCHAEFFER ....... .... ............ . .............................. H i story Shippen School, Wilson, A. B., Radcliffe, Penn State, Cornell Univ., Sus- quehanna Univ. Altoona H. S., Narbeth H. S., Girls' H. S. since 1920. RUTH W. SULLIVAN ....... , ..... . ............. . ............... ..... E n glish Girls' H. S., New Rochelle, A. B., Walburga's Academy. Girls' H. S. since 1918 fexcept 1924-271. KATHRYN TROUP ............... . ............................................ Latin New Wilmington H. S., Westminster, A. B., Columbia Univ., A. M. Farrell H. S., New Castle H. S., New Kensington H. S., Oakmont H. S., Connelsville H. S., Girls' H. S. since 1927. LEIGH E. WITTELL ............................................ Instrumental Music Columbia H. S., Philadelphia Academy of Music. Washington, D. C., Lancaster Boys' and Girls' High Schools since 1922 fexcept one year, 1925J. Boys, High School Faculty '33 BYRT W. FISHER ........................................................ Principal M. S. N. S.g Lebanon Valley, A. B., Franklin. 8: Marshall, A. M. New Holland High School, Lancaster High School since 1896. PAUL C. GAST ..................................................,......... English F. Sz M. College, A. B.g Graduate Student University of Pennsylvania. Downingtown High School, Lancaster High School since 1922. F. J. HECKMAN ................................ . ......................... English Pennsylvania State College, A. M. Dept. of English at State College, 1924-1927, Lancaster High School since 1927. JOHN W. ARMSTRONG ..................................................... English Blair Academy, Columbia University, A. B.g Rutgersg Franklin :Sz Marshall. Lynbrook, N. Y., 1 year, Lancaster High School since 1920. S. ERNEST KILGORE ........................................... .... E nglish Franklin 8z Marchall, A. B.. Port Alleghany, Pa., 1 year, Lancaster High since 1924. CHRISTIAN L. MARTIN .......................... . .......................... English Franklin Sz Marshall College, A. B., 1916, A. M., 19223 Graduate School U. of P.. Head of Latin Dept., East Liberty Academy, Pittsburgh, Pa., 1916-17, Head of Public Speaking Dept. at Mercersburg Academy 1917-185 Head of History Dept. at Mercersburg Academy 1918-20g Lancaster High School since 1922. CHESTER L. SHAW ................................................ Industrial Arts University of Pittsburgh, B. S. 5 Carnegie Techg Penn Stateg University of Pennsylvania. Lewistown High Schoolg Lancaster High since 1927. W. E. BRUNTON .......................................... ..... I ndustrial Arts Williamson Trade, University of Pennsylvania. Keystone Institute, Chester Public, Lancaster since 1926. ALBERT W. REX. ............................................. Mechanical Drawing Drawingg Mechanics Institute, University of Pennsylvania. Coatesvilleg Lancaster High School since 1923. W. A. BROCK ...................................................... Wood Working Lancaster High Schoolg Stevens Trade School, Columbia Universityg State College. Trenton, N. J.g Bayonne, N. J.g Lancaster High School since 1926. C. M. EBERSOLE .................................................... History, Latin Elizabethtown College, A. B.g Franklin and Marshall, A. B. Lancaster, Newport and Perry Counties, Lancaster High School since 1924. J. E. BENNER ............................................................ History Gettysburg, A. M.g University of Pennsylvania. Manheimg Boys' High School since 1920. RICHARD C. MADISON ..................................................... History Franklin and Marshall Academyg Franklin and Marshall College, A. B.g Lebanon Valley. Altoona Highg Lancaster High School since 1925. MONROE W. SLOYER ....................................................... History Lafayette, Ph. B.g Lafayette, A. M.g Studied at Franklin and Marshall, University of Pennsylvania, and Paris, France. Nazareth High School, Head of History Dept. at Pottstown High School. J. F. HARTRANFT ......................................................... History Ursinus College, A. B.. Huntingdon High School, Pottstown High School, Lancaster High School since 1923. HARRY LUTZ. . . ................................. . ..,.................. Commercial Wharton School, Accounting. Milton, Pa. High Schoolg, Lansdale, Pa. High School, Lancaster High School 1918-1920-1925-1928. CHAS. H. GLADFELTER ................................................. Commerczal Teachers' College, B. S., Washington, Economics, Bowling Green Business University B. C. S. ALPIIEUS V. BECKER .......................................... ...... . .Commercial Keystone State Normal, Simmons College. Taught 2 years ungraded Rapho Township, 2 years High School Principal. East Lampeter and Christiana Boro, 8 years director of Commercial Dept. at Waynesboro, Franklin Co., 216 years director of Commercial Dept. Sunbury, Northumberland Co., Lancaster High School since 1925. RALPH H. PATTECRSON. .................. .............. . ............. M athematics Westminster College, A. B., Franklin and Marshall College, A. M. No. Warren, Principal, 3 years, Tidioute, Pa., Principal, 3 years, Oxford, Pa., Principal, 2 years, Lancaster, Pa. since 1923. C. P. SHULL ..................................... . ................... M athematies University of Pennsylvania, B. S., Graduate work, University of Pennsyl- vania, Franklin and Marshall College, A. M. Delta, Pa., Principal, 2 years, Bordentown, N. J., B. M. I., Mansfield, Ohio, Lancaster High School since 1923. RAY Y. GRUBE .......................... ................ .... M a thematics Lebanon Valley College, A. B. Abington, Norristowng Lancaster High School since 1922. BENJAMIN B. HERR ....................................................... Physics Franklin and Marshall, A. B., Columbia University, A. M. ' Columbia High School, Bethlehem High School, Lancaster High School since 1920. MAURICE C. STALLSMITH .............. .. ............ . .......... ....... . .Chemistry Gettysburg, B. S., Graduate work at Gettysburg, John Hopkins. Neoga, Ill., Casey, Ill., Lancaster High School since 1925. WALTER T. PALMER, JR. ........................................ Physics, Chemistry University of Michigan, B. S. in Chemistry. Buick Motor Corp., Chemist, University of Michigan, Instructor, Lancaster High School since 1927. H. B. GEHMAN ................................ ................. ..... B i ology Franklin and Marshall, A. M. Bedford High School, Saxton High School, Lancaster High School since 1923. WILLIAM L. ATCHLEY .............,.............................. ........ . French Franklin and Marshall College, B. S., University of Pennsylvania, Middlebury College. Lancaster High School since 1917. A. FRED RENTZ .......... .................................... . .............. L atin Franklin and Marshall College, A. M., Theological Seminary of the Reformed Church in United States, B. D. Princilap of Liverpool High School. ARNOLD F. FINK ....................... .................. P hysical Education Springfield College, B. P. E. Instructor of Physical Education at Carnegie Tech, Pittsburgh, Pa., 1921-1926, Lancaster High School since 1926. r ROBERT BRUBAKER, '28 ,.,...... RUTH MARTIN, '28 .......A.,....,,. FRANK SNAVVELY, M'29 .,........ ERNEST OWENS, '28 ,.........,... SUSAN BAKER, M'29 ,,,,,,,.,,.,., BERTHA MCCLAIN, M'29 ....,......., MARIE FREITAG, '28 ................ RICHARD PRITZ, '28 ............... JACK COCHRAN, M'29 ..,.......,. ELMO COMSTOCK, M'29 .,..,A..... KATHRYN ZIEGLER, M'29 ....A...... RICHARD BAIR, '28 ............,.... MARY NEFF, '28 .,,,,,.,..,,,,.A,,A,,,,,A,,,,,,,. AUSTIN MCCULLOUGH, '29 ,,,,,,,,,A,,, MARY JANE MYERS, M'30 .....,.... J OSEPHINE MILLER, '29 .....,..,.. HENRY ERISMAN, M'30 ......,... DANIEL RENGIER, '30 ................ HELEN H'FFECKER, M'30 ......,,.... NANCY RIFE, '30 ,..........,..,....., ALLEN PEER, '28 ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, FLORENCE KREIDER, '28 .......... MISS SARAH BITNER, '14 ........... PAUL C. GAST, '17 ,..,......,.IA..,.. Staff '23 ..............Editor-in-Chief ...,.,,.,,Associate Editor ......,...,....Assistant Editor ..,..........Literary Editor .........,...Literary Editor Manager ,.,..,,..Asst. Business Manager ........I...,........Advertising Manager Asst. Advertising Manager ..................Circulation Manager .............Circulation Manager .,,..........Sp0rts Editor ..,........,.Sports Editor .I.........Jolces Editor ,..,........,...Reporter ......,.,..Reporter ...........Reporter ...........Reporter Editor ............,Associate Art Editor .........,.,....Faoulty Adviser ............Faculty Adviser President ..........A,. Class Umcers Vice-President .,,,......., Secretary ..,......A... Treasurer ...,,..... Historian ........., . President .,,..,....... Vi ce-President .........e., Secretary ..,,,.,...,. Treasurer .,,,,e.,...e Historian ......,... 'Sf Senior-Boys BRUBAKER ERNEST OWENS .-.--.....RoBER'r SIEGEL .....,.....,.THOMAS DEVLIN HAMMOND 'Yi Senior-Girls MARTHA SULLIVAN .....-...,FLoRENCE KREIDER ...RUTH MARTIN ...... DOROTHY IWCQUATE ......-.....DOR0'1'HY BOLANDER Student Cowuunlc ll of the Boys High School 'Ei WILLIAM C. GAIGE, Preszdent ELWOOD SCHWAN, Vice-Presulent JACK COCHRAN, Secretary Treasurer Robert Brubaker William Ong' James Farmer Robert Charles John Byerly Austin McCollough Omar Nissley John Dotterer Patrick Byrnes Jack Frey Richard Herr Edward Haller Charles Eaby Daniel Rengier Jenky Butler William Huss Class Motto Carpe Diem Class Colors Green and Wvlzite Class Flower lVlzz'te Rose 66 99 IE 22 THE VIDETTE ALFRED ALSPACH "Al" Classical Course Glee Club 1-2-3-4, President and Accompanist 45 Band 2-35 Senior Orchestra 1-2-3-45 Eleutherian Literary Society 3-4, President 45 Honor Society 3-45 Hi-Y Club 3-45 Debating Society 3-45 Winner School Debating Contest 2-35 Operetta Cast 35 Busi- ness Manager, Senior Play 45 Student Librarian 3-45 Head Librarian 45 School Press Reporter 45 Class Song and Poem Committee 45 Commencement Speaker. "It couldnlt be helped." ARDATH M. AUKAMP "Arctic" General Course Class Basketball 45 Tennis 35 Chorus 3-45 Athe- nian Literary Society 25 Glee Club 3-45 Nature Studyg Dramatics Club5 Arts and Craftsg Play- ground Supervision. KIA laugh is worth a thousand groans in any market." DOROTHY M. AURAND "Dot" Commercial Course Athenian Literary Society 15 Commercial Club5 Menu Planning5 Dress Designing5 Famous Women5 Current Literature5 Social Committee 3. "Cheerful company shortens the miles." J. RICHARD BACHMAN "Dick" General Course Varsity Basketball 2-3-45 Intra-Mural Basketball Coach 3-45 Varsity Football 2-3-4, Captain 35 Stu- dent Council 2-35 Commercial Club 45 Class Presi- dent 3. "And 'Herr' Richard she would have." RICHARD BAIR "Dick" General Course Intra-Mural Basketball 45 Tennis Club 35 Haw- thorne Literary Society 3-45 Commercial Club 2-3-4, Vice-President 45 Vidette Staff Clerk 4. "Good goods comes in little packages." THE VIDETTE 23 ROSS BABE "Ross" General Course Hawthorne Literary Society 23-45 Hi-Y Club 3-45 Tennis Club 3-4. "Just a little 'bare' fact." LEWIS E. BARR u "Lawrie" Classical Course Chorus 43 Glee Club 3-43 Howthorne Literary Society 3-4g Hi-Y Club 2-45 Radio Club 35 Tennis Club 49 Cap and Gown Committee 4. "A man of 'many women." WILLIAM BENNETT "Bill" Classical Course Chorus 4g Hawthorne Literary Society 2-3-45 Honor Society 45 Hi-Y Club 3-4g Social Committee 43 Master of Properties for Senior Play 4. "A friend in need is cz friend indeed." KATHR YN BICKHART "Kit" General Course Athenian Literary Society 2g Debating Clubg Famous Womeng Girl Scoutsg Patrol Leaderg Con- duct and Mannersg Science Clubg Travel Clubg Ban- ner Committee 3. "One lztoufs sleep before midnight is worth three dfterf' FLORENCE BIECKLER "Flossie" Commercial Course Chorus 2-33 Famous Womeng Short Story Clubg Famous Paintersg Commercial Clubg Local Historyg Dramatics Club. "Silence is more eloquent tlzcm. words." i 24 THE VIDETTE GRACE KATHERINE BLACK I "Blackie" Commercial Course Class Basketball 2-3-43 Track Team 2-33 Civics Club, Vice-Presidentg Girl Scouts, Short Story Club, Presidentg Commercial Club, Secretary. "Laugh and the world lauglzis with youg weep and the langh's on yon." BLANCHE LORRAINE BOAS "Bus" General Course Chorus 3-4g Glee Club 45 Athenian Literary So- ciety 2-3g Commercial Clubg Operetta Clubg Menu Planning, Short Story, Vice-President, Presidentg Conduct and Manners. "Short but sweet." DOROTHY BOLANDER "Dot" College Preparatory Course Honor Society 45 Famous Women, Vice-President, President, Short Storyg Mythologyg Travel Clubg Etiquette and Manners, President, Class Historian 3-4g Hand Book Committee. "There are many rare abilities in the world that fortune never brings to light." JOSEPH R. BOLIVAR "Joe" General Course Commercial Club 3-49 Mathematics Club 45 Dra- matic Society 4 5 Hawthorne Literary Society 2-3-4. "No relation to Simon." RODNEY BRABSON "Bud" General Course Intra-Mural Basketball 3-4, Soccer Team 45 Chorus 45 Hawthorne Literary Society 1-2-3-45 Hi-Y Club 3-4, Secretary 45 Travel Club 43 Dra- matic Club 4g Radio Club 33 Class Vice-President 2g Flower and Motto Committee 4: Commercial Club 3-4. "Disguise my bondage as I will, 'Tis women, women rule ine still." THE VIDETTE 25 CATHERINE RUTH BRACKBILL "Kit General Course Athenian Literary Society 2-35 Civics Clubg Cur- rent Literatureg Old Testament and Narrative, Sec- retary5 Conduct and Manners5 Famous Painters. "She has the gift of garb." RUTH A. BRENNEMAN "Fresh General Course Class Basketball 2-35 Varsity 15 Track 25 Hockey 25 Tennis 25 Literary Society 15 Dramatics Club5 Operetta Club, Presidentg Story Telling5 Menu Planning. "May you Zire all the days of your life." MILTON BROWN "Brownie Classical Course Intra-Mural Basketball 3-45 Intra-Mural Track 35 Soccer 3-45 Glee Club 1-25 Hawthorne Literary Society 45 Cartoon Club 3, Vice-President 35 Radio Club 3. "The worst is yet to come, cheer tcp!" ROBERT E. BRUBAKER "Bausch, Classical Course Track Team 3-45 Chorus 45 Student Council 2-45 Hawthorne Literary Society, Chairman Program Committee 45 President of Honor Society 45 Hi-Y Club 3-45 Student Librarian 3-45 Chairman Social Committee 35 Intra-Mural Track Ceach 35 Intra- Mural Basketball 3-45 Senior Play Cast 45 Band 3-45 Concert Band 35 Editor of Vidette 45 Com- mencement Speaker5 Class President 1-2-4. "A friend to dll." JOHN BUCH "Aaron" General Course Commercial Club 3-45 Hawthorne Literary Society 1-2-3-45 Home Room Basketball Coach 45 Chorus 4. "Kind sirs, give me liberty or give me deathf' JJ 7 '76 THE VIDETTE PAUL RANCK BUCKWALTER "Bucky' Commercial Course Hawthorne Literary Society 1-2-3-43 Commercial Club 3-4. "Just cvnother harlcl-me-clown." MARY E. BURKHOLDER "Mary, College Preparatory Course Athenian Literary Society 23 Girl Scouts, Patrol Leaderg Current Literatureg Famous Painters. "DlIigeut work rmtkes a skillful workmarlf' LEONA BLANCHE BUSHONG "Bushey' Commercial Course Athenian Literary Society 23 Commercial Clubg Short Story, Secretaryg Girl Scoutsg Conduct and Manners, Secretaryg Art Club. "She laughs and sings the whole day lougf, JOHN BYRNE "Floppy Classical Course Track 2-3-43 Soccer 43 Chorus 43 Hawthorne Lit- erary Society 3-4, President 4g Honor Society 43 Hi-Y Club 3-43 Commercial Club 33 Foreign Lan- guage 43 Pin and Ring Committee 4, Chairman 43 Radio Club 3g Pennant Committee 3, Chairman 3. "What would CL mcm do without relatives." JACK F. CARLIN "Jack General Course Commercial Club 3-4Q Hawthorne Literary Society 3-4. "Secret and self-contained as om, oyster? THE VIDETTE 27 KERMIT CAULWELL "Toon" General Course Intra-Mural Basketball 3-49 Golf Team 45 Tennis Team 35 Hi-Y Club 3g Commercial Club 3-45 Golf Club 3-4, Vice-President 3, Secretary 43 Dramatic Club 4. "Let no man blaspheme unto me." PRISCILLA H. CHARLES College Preparatory Course Athenian Literary Society 2g Honor Society 43 Civics Clubg Mathematics Club, Vice-President, Presidentg Science Club, Presidentg Famous Paint- ings, Vice-Presidentg Travel Clubg Vidette Staff, Sports Editor 25 Class Day Committee, Chairman 4. "Where the river is deepest, it runneth qwietestf' JOHN H. CLARK "John,' Commercial Course Commercial Club 1234- Hawthorne Liteiar ' ' ' 1 ' y Society 3-4. "Every man must have his rights." KENNETH L. COMLY "Ken" General Course Hawthorne Literary Society 45 Commercial Club 4. " 'Tis a comely lad indeed." SARA COOPER General Course Senior Orchestra 43 Current Literatureg Conduct and Manners Club. "The road to happiness is the continuous ejffort to make others happy." 28 THE VIDETTE STUART CRAMER "Stew" Classical Course Chorus 45 Glee 2-3g Commercial Club 4g Cartoon Club 4. "Where ignorance is bliss, 'tis folly to be wise." BERTHA DELP "Bert" General Course Class Basketball 2-3-45 Chorus 3-45 Athenian Lit- erary Society 29 Girl Scoutsg Current Literature, Treasurerg Conduct and Mannersg Banner Commit- tee 3g Gift Committee 4. "Success consists in the climb." THOMAS E. DEVLIN "Honus" General Course Intra-Mural Basketball 35 Soccer Team 3-4g Chorus 4g Hi-Y Club 3-45 Class Treasurer 45 Senior Play Cast 43 Senior Play Committee 4. "Sonzething's rotten in the state of Denmark besides Hamlet? LELIA DRIVER "Lil" General Course Girl Scoutsg Music Clubg Conduct and Manners. "She keeps an even temper no matter what happens." MELVIN H. DRY General Course Chorus 45 Hawthorne Literary Society 49 Senior Play Committee 45 Cap and Gown Committee Chair- man 4g Social Committee 4. "A helping hand for all." THE VIDETTE 29 HARRY EMAN "Romeo" General Course Class Basketball 1-23 Varsity Basketball 3-4, Cap- tain 4g Intra-Mural Basketball Coach 3-45 Junior Varsity Football li Varsity Football 3-4, Haw- thorne Literary Society 1-2-3g Commercial Club 3-4g Golf Club 35 Class Day Committee 4. "Big, blonde, blushing brute." RUTH E. EPPLEY "Pep" Commercial Course Commercial Clubg Girl Scoutsg Conduct and Man- nersg Advertising Club. "Get happiness out of your work or you will never know what happiness is." MIRIAM S. ERISMAN "Mini" General Course Class Basketball 23 Varsity, Manager 45 Track 1-2-3-4g Chorus fig Athenian Literary Society 1-25 Commercial Club 45 Representative to Athletic Council 13 Girl Scouts, Corporalg First Aidg Play- ground Supervision, Dramatic Clubg Nature Study, Secretaryg Class Day Committee 4. "Variety is the very spice of life." WILBUR ESHBACH "Deedy" General Course Class Track 2, Hawthorne Literary Society 3-4, Hi Y Club 3' Commeicial Club 3 4 P10 ram Com- .' ' 9 ' ' 4 gt mittee 4. "Touch not a hair on yon black head." ISAAC NEWTON EVANS "Newt" General Course Intra-Mural Basketball 43 Hawthorne Literary Society 1-2-3-45 Commercial Club 45 Dramatic Club 4. "Wha-t's in a name." 30 THE VIDETTE MARION EVERETT "Pat" General Course Literary Society 2g Local History, Presidentg Science Club3 Travel Club3 Girl Scouts3 Class Treasurer 33 Gift Committee 4. "A cornrade to all her friends." JAMES W. FARMER "Jim" Classical Course Rand 33 Concert Band 33 Chorus 43 Junior Or- chestra 33 Student Council 43 Eleutherian Literary Society 3-4, Critic 33 Honor Society 3-43 Hi-Y 3-4, President 4g Tennis Club 3-41 Senior Play Commit- tee 43 Class Orchestra 33 Flower and Motto Com- mittee 4, Chairman 43 Christmas Program Com- mittee 4, Chairman 4. " 'Tis better to have loved and lost-much better.' JOHN L. FARMER "Johnny' Classical Course Eleutherian Literary Society 1-2-33 Honor Society 43 Hi-Y Club 3-43 Foreign Language Club 4g Ten- nis Club 33 Flower and Motto Committee 4. "A wheel that turns gathers no rust." JOHN R. FARMER "Jack" General Course Chorus 43 Senior Orchestra 3-43 Hawthorne Lit- erary Society 3-4g Hi-Y Club 33 Music Appreciation Club 4, Vice-President 4. 'i'I think: the orchestra should practice every night. JOHN FITZSIMMONS "Johnny General Course Varsity Track 33 Junior Varsity Football 23 Var- sity Football 3-43 Chorus 43 Chemistry Club 43 Commercial Club 3-4. "B'eau.ty and understanding go rarely together." ! THE VIDETTE 31 DORIS FLICK "Flickie" College Preparatory Course Chorus 3-45 Junior Orchestra 23 Senior Orchestra 3-4g Athenian Literary Society 2g Dramatics Clubg Science Clubg Current Literatureg Travel Clubg Color Committee 3. "Every bird is lmouin by its feathers." JACK F. FRAILEY "Jack" General Course Glee Club 2-35 Band 2-3-45 Concert Band 3g Eleutherian Literary Society 3-4, Treasurer 4g Hi-Y Club 43 Commercial Club 4g Music Appreciation Club 43 Radio Club 35 Class liay Committee 4. "A deluge of words and ct drop of sense." MARIE LOUISE FREITAG "I-tee" General Course Chorus 23 Commercial Club, President 45 Menu Planningg Scribbler's Clubg Girl Scoutsg Mythologyg Book Clubg Famous Paintersg Vidette Staff, Busi- ness Manager, Assistant Business Manager 4. "I're made it ci practice to put att my worries dozen in the bottom of my heart, then set on the lid and smile." WILLIAM C. GAIGE "Bill" Classical Course Track Team 3-fig Junior Varsity Football 533 Chorus 4g President of the Student Council 4g Haw- thorne Literary Society 3-4g Commercial Club 43 Travel Club, President 45 Social Committee 45 Chairman Class Day Committee 4. "Ye gods, hoof the zromen. follow me? ROY S. GAMBER "Roy" General Course Hawthorne Literary Society 1-2-3-43 Commercial Club 2-3-45 Chemistry Club 4. "A little knowledge is ct dcwzgerous thing." 32 THE VIDETTE EDNA MAE GILGORE "Carrots" Commercial Course Chorus 35 Glee Club 2-3-45 Travel Clubg Music Clubg Famous Paintersg Commercial Clubg Famous Womeng Local Historyg Dramatic Club. "A great talker never wants for enemies." JESSIE MAE GLASS "Jessie" College Preparatory Course Chorus 45 Athenian Literary Society 2-3-4g Honor Society 3-45 Mathematics Club, Presidentg Science Clubg Girl Scoutsg Travel Clubg Arts and Craftsg Social Committee, Chairman 35 Play Committee, Chairman 4. "No sooner said than done." JULIA GRILLO "Jut,' Commercial Course Athenian Literary Society 1g Commercial Clubg Famous Paintingsg Music Clubg Famous Womeng Travel Club, President. "Lfi've. and learn." MIRIAM GRIM "Mlm" Commercial Course Chorus 23 Debating Clubg Art Clubg Commercial Clubg Girl Scoutsg Dramatic Club. "Joy rul'al the day, and Love the night." DOROTHY GROEZINGER "Dot" College Preparatory Course Hockey 4g Chorus 35 Athenian Literary Society 2g Civics Clubg Nature Studyg Girl Scouts, Corporalg Astronomy 5 Travel. "She knows what pleasure is for she has done good work." THE VIDETTE 33 RUSSELL GROMLIN G "Russ General Course Soccer 3-43 Chorus 43 Hawthorne Literary Society 2-3-43 Hi-Y Club 33 Commercial Club 33 Dramatic Club 43 Chairman Program Committee 4. "Spread it thin, the farin's big." GLADYS E. GRUEL General Course Sewing Club3 Nature Clubg Famous Women3 Music Clubg Advertising Clllbj Invitation Commit- tee 4. "Youth will have its fling." FREDERICK HAAS "Colonel" General Course Chorus 43 Senior Orchestra 3-43 Band 3-43 Music Appreciation Club 43 Hi-Y Club 3-43 Hawthorne Literary Society 1-2-3-4. "Blissfully sleeping in his arms was she." FRANK HAMMOND "Frank" Classical Course Band 2-3-43 Concert Band 33 Senior Orchestra 3-43 Hawthorne Literary Society 3-4, President 43 Honor Society 43 Dramatic Club 43 Senior Play Committee 43 President Home Room 43 Class His- torian 43 Social Committee 43 Class Song and Poem Committee 4, Chairman 4. "To be a friend is to have friends." GEORGE W. HARDY "Geo1'ge' General Course Hawthorne Literary Society 43 Commercial Club 4. "Every family tree has its sap." 34 THE VIDETTE RUTH LUCILLE HARNISH "Rufus" College Preparatory Course Chorus 3-43 Athenian Literary Society 2-3-43 Ar- chitecture, Secretaryg Nature Studyg Famou s Women, Secretary 3 Modern Authorsg Famous Paint- ers, Vice-Presidentg Short Story Clubg Constitution Committee 33 Flower and Motto Committee 4. "The blush is beautiful but it is sometimes iucoiweriieritf' DOROTHY M. HAUCK "Dot" General Course Class Basketball 43 Chorus 3-43 Glee Club 3-43 Athenian Literary Society 23 Girl Scoutsg Manners and Conduct3 Travel Clubg Science Clubg Class Song and Poem Committee, Chairman 4. "She'll find time for mischief when she can find 'hone for study." JOHN HENKLE "Chicken" General Course Intra-Mural Basketball 2-3-4, Capt. 3g Intra- Mural Track 33 Tennis Club 3g Glee Club 1-43 Senior Orchestra 1-2-3-43 Hawthorne Literary So- ciety 1-2-33 Commercial Club 2-33 Chemistry Club 4, Vice-President 4. "His address, No. 1,0 5th Street, Willidmsgoortf' EDGAR HENDERSON "Ed" Classical Course Glee Club 1-2 3 Senior Orchestra 1-25 Hawthorne' Literary Society 1-2-33 Commercial Club 43 Dra- matic Club 4, Chairman Pin Committee 43 Radio Club 33 Scientific Society 13 Cartoon Club 2. "I'm so wonderful I just cau't escape the women." THELMA CAROLYN HERSHEY "Thelma" College Preparatory Course Honor Society 43 Mathematics, President3 Old Testament Narrative, Secretary3 Current Litera- turcg Book Club. "No good book, or good thing of duy sort, shows its best face at first." THE VIDETTE 35 MARY F. HERZOG "Herzie" Commercial Course Athenian Literary Society 25 Commercial Clubg Menu Planningg Famous Picturesg Conduct and Manners5 Famous Women, Secretaryg Art and Craftg Local History. "Friends and credit pursue the inan who does not 'need them." GEORGE CLAUDE HILLARD "Claude" General Course Chemistry Club 45 Hawthorne Literary Society 4. "Hail fellow, well met." ROBERT HILLARD "Bob" General Course Commercial Club 4. "Let it be said that I live in blissful innocence? RICHARD L. HOOVER "Dick" General Course Commercial Club 3-45 Hawthorne Literary Society 3-4. "A little inan of mighty works." HELEN SCOTT HORTON "Helen" College Preparatory Course Class Basketball 45 Chorus 45 Glee Club 3-45 Sec- retary 3 5 Athenian Literary Society 2-3-45 Honor Society 3-4, President 45 Debating Clubg Famous Women, Presidentg Arts and Craftsg Travel Clubg Dramatic Clubg Commencement Speakerg Pin and Ring' Committee, Chairman 45 Color Committee 35 Senior Play. "Wearing all that weight of learning lightly like a l flower." 36 THE VIDETTE JULIA BITNER HUEBENER "Heebie' Commercial Course Class Basketball 2-3-4, Captain 35 Varsity Team 3-4, Track Team 15 Athenian Literary Society 25 Honor Society 4, Secretaryg Commercial Club, Presi- dentg Civics Club, Secretaryg Dramatics, Vice-Presi- clentg Class Treasurer 3g Social Committee 3-4. "Constcmtly striving to rrwhe her good betterf' DOROTHY E. IMMEL "Dot' Commercial Course Athenian Literary Society 13 Commercial Clubg Civics Club, Secretaryg Cooking Clubg Famous Paintersg Short Story Club, Presidentg Arts and Craftsg Banner Committee 3. Chairman. "The 'very pink of Q'J6'l'f6Cti0?'L.H MARY DOROTHY KAUFFMAN "Dot General Course Famous Painters Clubg Mythology Club. "Children should be seen and not heard." HELEN ELIZABETH KAUFFMAN "Henrzy Commercial Course Athenian Literary Society 13 Story Telling Clubg Girl Scouts: Manners and Conductg Playground Su- pervisiong Menu Planningg Commercial Clubg Dra- matics Club. "A good laugh is S7M'ISlL'f'I'l6 in a house." JENNIE KAUFFOLD Commercial Course Athenian Literary Society 29 Commercial Club, Vice-President: Civics Clubg Cooking Clubg Famous Paintersg Short Story, Vice-Presidentg Conduct and Manners, Flower and Motto Committee 4. "Youth is gay and holds no society with grief." THE VIDETTE '37 MARGARET KELLER "Phooey College Preparatory Course Class Basketball 2-35 Varsity 45 Hockey 3-45 Track 33 Tennis 25 Chorus 3-45 Athenian Literary Society 25 Operetta Clubg Nature Study, Presidentg Dramatic Clubg Current Literatureg Playground Su- pervision, Presidentg Class Day Committee 4. "Hail fellow, well met."' LAWRENCE KIENZLE "Happy General Course Hawthorne Literary Society 1-2-3-45 Commercial Club 3-49 Radio Club 35 Chemistry Club 4. "True blue." EDNA MAE KIRCHGESSNER, "Edna' Commercial Course Commercial Clubg A1't and Craftg Menu Planningg Short Storyg Civics Clubg Famous Painters. "To lore and win is the best tl1,rz'11g." KARL KLEIN "Ka.1'l' General Course Tennis Club 3-45 Cartoon Club 4. "Work nercr bothered him and he newer bothered work." DOROTHY A. KOPF "Dot' Commercial Course Athenian Literary Society 25 Commercial Clubg Menu Planningg Local Historyg Conduct and Man- nersg Short Storyg Famous Womeng Civics Club. "Blessed are the joymalcersf' 38 THE VIDETTE FRANCIS KRAEMER "Frank" General Course Class Basketball 25 Junior Varsity Basketball 35 Track 25 Junior Varsity Football 35 Varsity Foot- ball 45 Chorus 45 Glee Club 1-25 Hawthorne Lit- erary Society 3-45 Commercial Club 3-4. "Life's just one alernnied thing after another." FLORENCE KREIDER "Flossy" General Course Athletic Association 1-2-3, Secretary-Treasurer 35 Class Basketball 3-45 Chorus 2-35 Athenian Literary Society, 2-3, Secretary 25 Honor Society 45 Nature Clubg Girl Scouts, Patrol Leaderg Current Litera- ture Club, Presidentg Mythology Clubg Vidette Staff, Associate Art Editorg Class President 35 Class Vice- President 45 Class Day Committee 45 Commence- ment Speaker. "H er failings lean to oirtue's side." BEATRICE CATHERINE KUHN "Bea" General Course Class Basketball 2, Captaing Track 25 Tennis 35 Chorus 15 Athenian Literary Society 25 Civics Clubg Etiquette5 Girl Scoutsg Book Club5 Local History, Vice-President. "Books are for company, the best friends and counsellors." JACK LACEY "Jack" Senior Orchestra 1-25 Band 15 Hawthorne Lit- erary Society 1-2-3-45 Mathematics Club 4. "Enchanting strains of delightful melodies." MARY C. LEAMAN Commercial Course Class Basketball 35 Commercial Clubg Old Testa- ment Narrativeg Vocations for Girls, Secretaryg Short Storyg Conduct and Mannersg Famous Paint- ings5 Art and Craft. "A little lady often harbors a great soul." THE VIDETTE 39 SARA SADIE LEAPMAN "Sandie" Commercial Course Commercial Club5 Sewing Clubg Menu Planning5 Conduct and Manners5 Vocations for Girlsg Music Club5 Play Committee 4. "Who faints not achieves." ALMA B. LEFEVER "Pass Commercial Course Commercial Club, President5 Old Testament Nar- rativeg Famous Women, Secretary5 Modern Authorsg Vidette Staff, Circulation Manager 45 Class Vice- President 35 Honor Society 4. i "Virtue is a jewel of great price." HOWARD LEMAN "How General Course Class Basketball 1-25 Intra-Mural Track 35 Chorus 45 Senior Orchestra 35 Hawthorne Literary Society 1-25 Eleutherian Literary Society 3-4. "Rip Van Wi'nkle,' 19 years to go." ROBERT D. LEMAN "Bob" General Course Student Manager Basketball 45 Assistant Man- ager Football 45 Chorus 45 Hawthorne Literary So- ciety 2-3-45 Commercial Club 2-3-45 Radio Club 3. "None but himself can be his parallel." RICHARD G. LENOX "Diclc' General Course Chorus-45 Senior Orchestra 1-25 Hawthorne Lit- erary Society 1-2-3-4, Vice-President 4 5 Hi-Y Club 3,5 Class Secretary 35 Band 45 Scientific Society 1-2. "The Beloved Vagabond" 40 THE VIDETTE ANNA ELIZABETH LONG "Ann" General Course Chorus 45 Current Literatureg Travel Club, Vice- President5 Class Song and Class Poem Committee 45 Senior Play. "Poets are born but orators are made." MIRIAM ELIZABETH MANN "Mint" College Preparatory Course Class Basketball 25 Hockey 25 Chorus 2-3-45 Glee Club 3-45 Athenian Literary Society 2-3-45 Civics Club, Vice-President5 Scribblers' Club5 Nature Study5 Girl Scouts, Corporal5 Book Club, Presidentg Science Club5 Social Committee 4. "There is no for-r1'end so faithful as a good book." FRANCIS C. MARKERT "Peanut" General Course Senior Orchestra 1-25 Hawthorne Literary Society 1-25 Hi-Y Club 35 Dramatic Society, President 45 Tennis Club 35 Radio Club 35 Intra-Mural Track 35 Intra-Mural Basketball 3-4, Capt. 4. "O these women, the'se women." by b 5 'I RUTH M. MARTIN "Ruth" College Preparatory Course Class Basketball 2-3-4, Captain 45 Varsity 3-45 Tennis 35 Chorus 3-45 Glee Club 2-3-4, Secretary, Vice-President, Presidentg Operetta5 Athenian Lit- erary Society 2-3, Vice-Presidentg Honor Society 3-4, Vice-President 45 Music Club5 Dramatic Club5 Fa- mous Women, President5 Travel Club, President5 Mythology Club, President5 Vidette Staff, Jokes Edi- tor 3, Literary Editor and Associate Editor 45 Commencement Speakerg Class Secretary 45 Senior Play. "The word impossible is not in 'my d1lctio'na.ry." KENNETH MCMILLEN "Mac" General Course Class Basketball 1, Captain 15 Varsity Basketball 2-3-4, Captain 45 Track Team 45 Hawthorne Lit- erary Society 45 Hi-Y Club 25 Commercial Club 3-4. "He gets the 'Booby' prize." THE VIDETTE ELVA MCMULLEN "El" General Course Chorus 1-2j Glee Club 1-23 Home Room Club3 Dra- matics, Vice-Presidentg Current Literatureg Famous Painters, Presidentg Class Day Committee 43 Invi- tation Committee 4, Chairman. "Hcmdsome is as haizdsoine doesf' DOROTHY IRI-ENE MCQUATE "Dot" College Preparatory Course Class Basketball 2-3-43 Hockey 2-3-43 Track 43 Chorus 2-33 Nature Study, Secretary3 Manners and Conduct, Secretaryg Current Literature, Secretaryg Art and C1'3,ftj Menu Planningg Class Treasurer, 4. "'Let a, smile be your umbrella' is her motto." HARRY S. METZGER "Metz" Classical Course Chorus 43 Glee Club 43 Senior Orchestra 2-3-43 Hawthorne Literary Society 4. "Music hath charms to soothe." LEWIS MILLER "Lew" Commercial Course Class Basketball 1-23 Hawthorne Literary Society 43 Commercial Club 2-3-4. "A little leawrning is a dangerous thingu MARY E. MILLER "Molly" General Course Famous Paintersg Local History Club. "She is well paid who is well satisfied." 42 THE VIDETTE ALTHEA MARIE MILLEY "Peg" Commercial Course Athenian Literary' Society 15 Dramatics Clubg Old Testament Narrative, Vice-Presidentg Etiquette and Mannersg Commercial Clubg Girl Scouts. "Great and good are the actions done by many whose worth is never known." HAROLD MUEHLEISEN "Prince Wong" General Course Hawthorne Literary Society 1-2-3-45 Commercial Club 35 Radio Club 3. - "Ronzant'ic1fsn1. is the very breath of life." CHARLES MULHATTEN "Mnlly,' General Course Class Basketball 1-2, Captain 25 Junior Varsity Basketball 35 Varsity Basketball 45 Scientific Society 15 Junior Varsity Football 45 Chorus 45 Glee Club 1-25 Hawthorne Literary Society 1-2-3-45 Commer- cial Club 3-4. "I'n1 fc- gentleman and don't care who knows it-- fif anybody." JANET HELEN MYER "Nance" General Course Chorus 45 Current Literatureg Famous Paintersg Flower and Motto Committee 4, Chairman. "A friend in need is a friend indeed." THERESA MYERS "Tess" General Course Chorus 25 Art and Craft Clubg Menu Planningg Famous Women5 Music Club5 Advertising. "S1'nzplic1'ty is an exact medium between too little and too much? THE VIDETTE 43 MARY HILDA NEFF "NeHie" Commercial Course Class Basketball 2-3-45 Varsity 45 Track 2-35 Chorus 45 Athenian Literary Society 2-3-45 Honor Society 45 Commercial Club, Vice-Presidentg Civics Club5 Dramatics Club5 Girl Scouts, Corporal5 Cur- rent Literature5 Conduct and Manners5 Vidette Staff, Clerk 45 Pin and Ring Committee 45 Nominat- ing Committee 45 Pennant and Emblem Commit- tee 3. "Work is my recreation." SAMUEL NEWKIRK "Sain" General Course Varsity Tennis 3-45 Tennis Club, Vice-President 35 Hawthorne Literary Society 2-3-45 Hi-Y Club 3-45 Foreign Language Club. Keep thy distance, O wornwnf' CHRISTINE NISSLEY "Teen" General Course Chorus 25 Glee Club 4, Librarian5 Mythologyg Dramatics5 Current Literature, Secretaryg Art and Craft, President5 Menu Planning5 Social Commit- tee 3-4. "The dijicnlty in life is the choice." WILLIAM T. ONG "Bill" Classical Course Hawthorne Literary Society 1-2-3-45 Commercial Club 45 Track Team 3-45 Pin and Ring Committee 45 Chemistry Club 45 Honor Society 4. "A lazy half-rnilerf' ERNEST J. OWENS "Ernie" General Course Soccer Team 45 Hawthorne Literary Society 2-3-4, Secretary 45 Honor Society 45 Hi-Y Club 3-45 Travel Club 4, Vice-President 45 Sports Editor Vidette 3: Literary Editor Vidette 45 Class Vice- President 45 Class Secretary 35 Chairman Social Committee 45 Class Day Committee 4. "He certainly knows the 'value of a nickel." 44 THE VIDETTE ALLAN Q. PEEK "Allan" General Course Hawthorne Cartoon Club 45 Commercial Club 3-45 Art Editor Vidette 45 Pin and Ring Committee 4. "I delight in drawing curves." ALMA PERKINS "Sugar" General Course Basketball 25 Science Club5 Short Story Clubg Banner Committee 4. "Where your treasure 'is there will your heart be also." GLADYS COOPER POOL "Glaalie'l General Course Chorus 45 Current Literatureg Famous Painters5 Pin and Ring Committee 4. "The couvzterzahee is the index of the mind." CHARLES H. PRESTON "Charlie" General Course Elcutherian Literary Society 3-4, Critic 45 Hi-Y Club 3-4, Treasurer 45 Class Day Committee 45 Tennis Club 3-45 Scientific Society 1-25 Radio Club 35 Invitation Committee 4. "A fool may ask more questions ln an hour than at 'rmse man can a-nsuver in seven years." RICHARD E. PRITZ "Dick" General Course Hawthorne Literary Society 2-3-45 Honor Society Ii-45 Hi-Y Club 3-45 President Chemistry Club 45 Stage Manager Senior Play 45 Chorus 45 Chairman Pennant Committee 35 Chairman Invitation Com- mittee 45 Scientific Society 1-2. "The very busiest K?j man in seven countfzfesf' THE VIDETTE 45 WM. T. PUGH, JR. "Bill" General Course Varsity Football 3-45 Chorus 45 Travel Club 45 Commercial Club 3-45 Glee Club 1-2. "He hath the fatal gift of beauty." OTTOMER RAEZER "Ott ' Classical Course Intra-Mural Basketball 2-45 Senior Orchestra 1-2-3-45 Hawthorne Literary Society 1-2-3-4, Chair- man Program Committee 45 Honor Society 45 Hi-Y Club 3-45 Foreign Language Club 45 Class Secre- tary 15 Class Program Committee 3, Chairman 4. "May it be recorded that I burned many quarts 0 midnrzfght oil NY' HELEN RUTH RANCK "Runkfie" General Course Chorus 45 Current Literatureg Famous Painters. "Be silent and safe-silence never betrays you." RICHARD RANSING "Rick" General Course Intra-Mural Basketball 3-45 Intra-Mural Track 35 Varsity Tennis 3-45 Junior Varsity Tennis 25 Soccer Team 45 Commercial Club 3-45 Tennis Club 3-4, Secretary 45 Travel Club 45 Pin and Ring Com- mittee 4. "Feu' words, many deeds." MILDRED REAM 5 "Mood" General Course Athenian Literary Society 1-25 Commercial Clubg Dress Designingg Nature Studyg Playground Super- visiong Salesmanship Club, Vice-Presidentg Art and Craftg Sweater Committee 3. "Nothing is impossible to the girl who can will." 46 THE VIDETTE RUTH ROHRER REIDENBACH "Rufus" Commercial Course Class Basketball 45 Chorus 35 Glee Club 2-3-45 Mandolin Club 1-2-3-45 Honor Society 45 Art and Craft Clubg Old Testament Narrative5 Civics Club5 Commercial Club. "Kindness is the golden chain by which society is bound together." ELIZABETH REITZEL "Betty" College Preparatory Course Track 35 Chorus 3-45 Athenian Literary Society 3-45 Dramatics Club5 Old Testament Narrative5 Book Club, President5 Pin and Ring Committee 4. "The 'very flower of youth." ELWOOD RHOADS "Elwood" General Course Glee Club 1-25 Commercial Club 2-3-4, Entertain- ment Committee 45 Secretary of Extra Curricular Activities. "Pleasingly plump was he." JOHN RODMAN "Jawn" General Course Hawthorne Literary Society 2-3-45 Commercial Club 3-4 5 Radio Club 3. "Repeated by popular request." WILLIAM RUOF "Bill" General Course Intra-Mural Basketball 3-4 5 Hawthorne Literary Society 45 Commercial Club 3-45 Travel Club 4. "He'll be a help to his mother when he grows up." THE VIDETTE ANNA SELDOMRIDGE "Ann" General Course Athenian Literary Society 3-4 5 Honor Society 43 Manners and Conductg Mathematics, Secretaryg Current Literatureg Mythologyg Civicsg Book Clubg Nature,Studyg Class Secretary 3. "She is not in the roll of common girls." MARGUERITE MOLLIE SHANABRAUGH "Mollie" College Preparatory Course Mandolin Club 2-3-43 Athenian Literary Society 25 Private Life of the Romansg Old Testament Nar- rativeg Menu Planningg Conduct and Mannersg Art and Craftg Famous Painters. "It is a good friend that is always giving though it be ever so little." JEANETTE SHELLENBERGER "Fannie" College Preparatory Course Athenian Literary Society 2 g Private Life of the Romansg Nature Studyg Science Clubg Art and gfagtg Mathematics Clubg Mythologyg Mandolin u 4. "Exactness in little duties is a wonderful source of comfort." MARGARET. E. SHERTZ "Maggie,' Commercial Course Athenian Literary Society 23 Girl Scouts, Patrol . Leaderg Commercial Clubg Mandolin Club. "In her garden happiness is a plant." REBA K. SHERTZER "Reb" Commercial Course Athenian Literary Society 25 Civics Clubg Girl Scouts: Famous Paintersg Famous Womeng Book Clubg Playground Supervisiong Commercial Club. "Her recipe for having friends is 'Be one.' " 48 THE VIDETTE ROBERT SIEGEL "Bob" General Course Hawthorne Literary Society 3-4, Critic 45 Honor Society 45 Hi-Y Club 3-45 Commercial Club 45 Ten- nis Club 35 Foreign Language Club 45 Class Secre- tary 45 Class Song and Poem Committee 4. "Constantly striving to nmlce his best, better." ARTHUR SIEGLER "Art'l General Course Glee Club 25 Hi-Y Club 35 Commercial Club 2-3-4, Program Committee 45 Intra-Mural Basketball 3. "Silence is goldenf' RUTH NAOMI SIEGRIST "Sekle" Commercial Course Class Basketball 25 Varsity 3-45 Tennis 2-3-45 Volley Ball 35 Athenian Literary Society 15 Conduct and Manners5 Current Literature5 Book Club5 Civics Club5 Commercial Club, Secretaryg Sweater Committee 35 Nominating Committee 45 Cheer- leader 2. "One of the great evidences of self control is power to forget." ESTHER SLOTKIN "E's,' General Course Chorus 3-45 Senior Orchestra 45 Music Club5 Menu Planning5 Story Tellingg Operetta Clubg Art and Craftg Conduct and Manners Club5 Class Song and Class Poem Committee 4. "A friend may well be reckoned the masterpiece of na ture." STUART S. SNODGRASS "Stun General Course Travel Club 45 Commercial Club 3-45 Intra-Mural Basketball 3-45 Hawthorne Literary Societyg Chorus 45 Glee Club 2-3-4. "A little man of mighty works." THE VIDETTE 49 GROVER C. SNYDER "Grove" Classical Course Junior Varsity Football 2-3, Captain 35 Senior Varsity 33 Intra-Mural Basketball 43 Circulation Manager of Vidette 3. "A permcment yixture is hard to lose." LAURETTA A. SOUDERS nLlLZL'I'66tfCL,' Commercial Course Chorus Ilg Civics Club, Secretaryg Mathematics Club: Manners and Conductg Retail Salesmanshipg Commercial Club. "The victory of success is half run when one galrs the habit of work." EARL STAIIFFER "Goof" General Course Chorus 43 Glec Club 2-fly Rand fl-45 Hawthorne Literary Society 4g Travel Club 45 Commercial Club 3-4. "One of my position cowld not be Imthered with memo! labor." WILLIAM STERLING "Bill" General Course Hawthorne Literary Society 1-29 Hi-Y Club 3-45 Mathematics Club 4' Radio Club 'l' Mana er of Stu- dents Employment l3ureau. U, g "An rfmpty keg makes the deepest sound." ROBERT Q. STETLER "Bob" General Course l Senior Orchestra 43 Band 4g Hawthorne Literary Societyg Commercial Club 3-43 Hi-Y Club 4. "ChamQo17on 'ivory tickler'." 50 THE VIDETTE NORA STOLTZFUS General Course Old Testament Narrative, Secretaryg Book Club. "Around her is a cheerful atmosphere." SARA A. STUMP General Course Chorus 35 Athenian Literary Society 23 Conduct and Manners, President, Vice-Presidentg Nature Club, Banner Committee 4. "Wit does not take the place of knowledge." RICHARD M. STUMPF "Dick General Course Hawthorne 'Literary Society 3-45 Commercial Club 45 Travel Club 43 Student Council 3. "Go West young man." MARTHA L. SULLIVAN "Marty General Course Track 3, Chorus 3-45 Athenian Literary Society 3-45 Dramatics Clubg Current Literature, Vice- Presidentg Famous Paintersg Class President 49 Social Committee 3-4, Chairman: Pin and Ring, Class Day, Cap and Gown, Gift, Flower and Motto, and Invitation Committees 45 Senior Play 4. "A thing of beauty is It joy forever." ROBERT SWAIN "Bob General Course Eleutherian Literary Society 3-45 Commercial Club 3-4. "If Fm studying when you come tu, wake me up. J THE VIDETTE 51 EDWARD T. TIMANUS "Eddie' Commercial Course Class Basketball 1-25 Junior Varsity Basketball 35 Junior Varsity Football 1-25 Commercial Club 1-2-3-4, President 45 Intra-Mural Basketball 3-45 Intra- Mural Track 3. "Wit is no excuse for learning." GRACE ERNST TITUS I "Titey' College Preparatory Course Track 35 Chorus 35 Glee Club 3-45 Junior Orches- tra 25 Senior Orchestra 3-45 Athenian Literary So- ciety 25 Playground Supervisiong Nature Studyg Menu Plar1ning5 Famous Women5 Famous Paint- ings5 Astronomy Club, Presidentg Monogram Com- mittee 3. "E'ven wit's a burden when it talks too long." MARIE D. TOMLINSON "T0nzmy' Commercial Course I 4 Chorus 2-3-45 Glee Club 2-3-45 Art and Craft Clubg Famous Paintings, Secretary-Treasurer: Vo- cations for Women, Secretaryg Short Story, Presi- dent5 Commercial Clubg Current Literature5 Social Committee 3. ' "Little things are sweet." HELEN ELIZABETH ULMER "Helen' Commercial Course Civics Club: Vocation for Girlsg Mathematics5 Conduct and Mannersg Current Literatureg Com- mercial Clubg Gift Committee 4, "They also serve who only stand and wait." , . G. LOUISE WAGAR College Preparatory Course Chorus 25 Athenian Literary Society 3-45 Private Life of the Romans, Secretaryg Mythology Clubg Modern Authors5 Current Literature, Secretary5 Book Club, Secretaryg Social Committee 2. -"As carefree as the day is long." 52 THE VIDETTE ROBERT WARFEL "Bob" General Course Commercial Club 2-3-45 Hawthorne Literary So- ciety 1-2-3-4g Senior Orchestra 2-3-4. "One should obtain as much schooling as possible." DORA JEANNETTE WEIMER "Do1'ie" Commercial Course Athenian Literary Society 23 Dress Designing, Vice-Presidentg Nature Study, Vice-Presidentg Cur- rent Literature, Treasurerg Art and Craft, Secre- tary-Treasurerg Commercial Clubg Color Commit- tee 33 Invitation Committee 4. "All is well for if the bride has not fair hair she has oi fair skin." DOROTHY WEIMER "Dot" Commercial Course Class Basketball 29 Hockey 2, Civics Club, Sec- retary, Girl Scoutsg Short Story, Secretary, Vice- President, Commercial Club. "As merry as a, cricket." WILLIAM WESTMAN "Bill" Commercial Course Intra-Mural Basketball 3g Soccer 4, Band 3g Com- mercial Club 1-2-3-4, Chair Program Committee 45 Golf Club 4. "A mem of affairs and mettlef' RICHARD WILEY "Dick" General Course Intra-Mural Basketball 43 Track Team 4 5 Soccer 35 Chorus 4g Glee Club 2-35 Band 2g Operetta Cast 3. "And when Pm famous as a scientist- - -." THE VIDETTE PAUL J. WITMER "Toot" General Course Scientific Society 1-25 Hawthorne Literary So- ciety 2-3-45 Glee Club 15 Hi-Y Club 3-45 Chemistry Club Program Committee 4. "He likes to dance but the music bothers him and the girls get in his way." ROMAINE WITMER fflggi' Commercial Course Art Club5 Advertising, Vice-President5 Commer- cial Clubg Girl Sc0uts5 Local History. "Her modestgfs a candle to her merit." DOROTHY WORST "Dot" College Preparatory Course Tennis 15 Chorus 3-45 Athenian Literary Society 15 Mythology Club5 Nature Studyg Book Clubg Cur- rent Literature, Secretary5 Science Club5 Banner Committee 3, Chairman5 Social Committee 4, Chair- man. "A sweet a.ttra.ctii'e kind of grace and a full assur- ance given by looks." W. P. YAHRAUS "Bill" General Course Intra-Mural Basketball 35 Soccer 2-35 Senior Or- chestra 3-45 Hawthorne Literary Society 2-3-45 Hi-Y Club 3-45 Tennis Club 35 Scientific Society 1-25 Senior Play Cast 3. "Enooi-that tired feeling." PIERRY ZAHM "Perry" General Course Hawthorne Literary Society 3-45 Commercial Club 3-4. "Nujol for that e'nmii." 1928 GIRLS' CLASS, VIYYYHYIQLY' fffffifi umifeiyg qfsgxjge mm! :Vu If 'nga 5 L, 55. T .TEFL , 1ni.'.'fwrs'iEiffu ff? Mi h,X W. ,N an ' T Q Q-lvwp-vw . X. M-QW wc'r' rf, 1, 4-V13 -af 4 2 , 'ffl sf A , M f an 5 E, i ,..,,.,.... X. vw--H-eww'---1::, nf www- 'V W im BOYS' CLASS, 1928 .K W rn 53 f R 5 . X gf? ' ij' ,. 2 li!- ' ,f 1.5 LQ J ' gf. W ,, Q 'iii . 1? -y.X 15 wx. -Ru ,. ms - L. .. W.: ,TQ Vw- Z, Mfg my :gsm 'iiflwi 5933555 sz isifil W 'il--1 A '2 X -me fly 5211615 ' . W:,, W, ,, x , ,..,.. ,JM f Hifi?" S 1.. X914 aff? THE VIDET Class Roll 'Ei CLASS OF MID-1929 President ...... .......A.,..,,..............................,.......,................,,... M ARION HOWELL Vice-President .......... . Secretary ......,...,.... T1'easzw"er ....,,....... . H zstorwm ..........,.......... Mariam Bair Susan Baker Ethel Benney Ruth Bowers Lucy Brady Margaret Brenneman Charlotte Caum Carlene Echternach Frances Eisenberg Ruth Haas Dorothy Hershey Helen Johnson Janet Kegel Mary Kirchoff Maude Lawton Frances Leaman Mildred Lefever Dorothy Liller Kathryn Long Fanny May Jeannette McCauley Bertha McClain .....,.......FRANCES KELLER ............MARTHA STUMPF .....,......,..LILLIE FLUBACHER Martha Mehaffey Helen Miller Mary M. Miller Ruth Mumma Ruth Norton Nancy Ream Beatrice Reese Miriam Ressler Mary Harriet Robinson Kathryn Rosenberger Mary Roth Anna Ruth Ruth Rutledge Margaret Seitz Gertrude Shear Irma Shultz Mildred Simmons Arline Slaugh Annabelle Smith Helen Strawbridge Helen Walker Naomi Winer Kathryn Ziegler TE 57 1 1 THE VIDET MidaSe1n1ior Class-11929 '23 OFFICERS President ...,,....,vw,,..,,... ,..AA.......,.. . ,.. ,...Y.,....... . .....w E LWOOD SCHWAN Vice President .......Y..... ..,.......... R ICHARD SANDERSON Secretary .......AA,. ,... ,.... ,...... E LMO COMSTOCK Treasurer .Y,,,,..A .S ,v,. ,,,,,,,....,,,.., A.A,,.,A..,.... ...A,....,,...,,. A L BERT SCHAEFFER Armstrong, Douglas R. Herr, John K. Arnold, Vernon Bailey, Charles R. Barley, Ralph Barto, Harvey A. Bolenius, Robert Bonora, Charles S. Bowman, Frederick Bushong, Samuel Byerly, John L. Charles, Donald Charles, Robert Cochran, John Cohn, Maurice Coho, Frank Comstock, Elmo Dorwart, Robert V. Eby, Richard A. Eckert, Donald C. Engle, Fred S. Fegley, Ellsworth V. Fisher, Richard Gardner, Graham Goodhart, John Hall, James Hart, Fred W. Hippie, John A. Jacoby, William Karer, Edward H. Kilgore, Guy Landis, John Leeking, Spencer Little, Ray Marks, John L. Mease, Lewis Metzger, Thomas Myers, Paul Neuber, Adolph Reynolds, Harold Rhen, John Rhoads, Elwood C. Sanderson, Richard Schwan, Elwood Sheaffer, Albert Shoenberger, William Shomo, James Sinclair, Harold Smith, Bankson Snavely, Frank Wackernagel, Fred Walsh, Keefe Weaver, David B. TE 59 60 THE VIDETTE Social Calendar '93 SEPTEMBER 6, 1924-Entered portals of High School as very green freshies. OCTOBER 10, 1924-Stewart Cramer really gets first date. DECEMBER 23, 1924-School closes, all eagerly awaiting Santa Claus. JANUARY-JUNE-Studiously Q'?J studying. SF Pk Pk Pl! SEPTEMBER 19, 1925-Sophisticated Sophomores. OCTOBER-NOVEMBER, 1925-Athletes are "the men of the hour." DECEMBER-JUNE-MOFQ C21 studies. bk Pk P14 all SEPTEMBER, 1926-Class really organizes. DECEMBER 13, 1926-Some of us enjoy Senior Prom. APRIL 18, 1927-Class Party great success. Seniors "green" with envy. JUNE, 1927-Senior Prom and examinations enjoyed by all. Sl! ll! SF if SEPTEMBER, 1927-Very important-in our own minds. SEPTEMBER-NOVEMBER-Senior subjects pleasing to most of us. DECEMBER 13, 1927-Senior Reception. JANUARY 11, 1928-Mr. Herr claimed certain battery cells were character- istic of our country--dry cells. MARCH 16, 1928-Junior Party-chaperoned by certain L. H. S. Seniors. MAY 4, 1928-Senior Play. MAY 7, 1928-Intelligence C25 tests. MAY 12, 1928-Second Vidette pictures-first ones thought to be too true to life. MAY 31,1928-Anxiety sheepskins. 214 34 if THE VIDETTE Adieiul Fare thee well, beloved' Alma Mater, True to thyself we will be. Sweet the memories of thee we cherish As we part from thee. Loath to leave the halls which we love dearly, We depart, sad at heart, Now to thee, we sing our fond adieu, Oh, hear our song, as we part! High School days, the brightest we will know Now have vanished away. Duties, conflicts, challenge us more boldly, Bidding o'er us to hold sway, High School mem'ries linger in our hearts, Days of joy-so carefree, We'll be loyal to our dear old High School, Far from her tho we may be. Swift the years spent 'neath these friendly portals Many the lessons we've learned. Noble precepts from the great immortals On plastic minds have been burned. Teachers, classmates, fond- associations, Severed from them now we'1l beg With reluctant, backward turning glances, We say adieu to thee! -A. C. A. Tune: "Gipsy Love Song, from "The Fortune Teller' by Victor Herbert. 62 THE VIDETTE Class Poem 928 'W Dear Alma Mater Holy Shrine, Thy rays of light shall ever shine, To guide the paths of honest men And weld them in a common ken. To some a wider sphere unfolds The vistas of more worthy goalg And yet the humblest child still feels, The glory that thy truth reveals. Supported by thy strong right arm, We fear no foe-our hopes to harmg But trusting ever to thy care We feel thy guidance everywhere. And ere we take our final leave Inspired ever to achieve The lofty aims for which you stand, We place ourselves at thy command. Hail Alma Mater tender, true, Guardian mother these long years through. To thee the children thou served so Well Sing Adieu-to thee, farewell. ALMA PERKINS THE VIDET TE 63 Cllass Organizations Preszdent ..... ,.....,....... Vzce-President ....s.,..,................,..,,.,.....,..,.,,....,....... Secretary .,..........,.. Treasurer ..........,., .,....................,,.,..,......................... CLASS OF MID 1929 SCHWAN CLASS OF 1929 Preszdent ..A..........,...,.............................,..,....,,.......,.......A.......... RICHARD SANDERSON ELMO COMSTOCK ALBERT SCHAEFFER .JOHN DOTTERER Vice-President ,,,,,A,,,,,, ............ H OWARD BARE Secretary ..,A,,..,....,..... .A.............. R USSEL WATT Treasurer ......,.,.... ,.................,..A.,..........,...,..................,.,...... T ED BRUBAKER CLASS OF MID 1930 P7'6SfCl6'l'Lt .,......,.A,,.....,...,.....,.......................,........................,... EDWARD HALLER Vice-President .,..,...............,................ ......................,., R ICHARD WOLF Secretccsry ,,,..........ss..A. ...................... C LYDE COOPER T'l'9Cl,S1t7'67' ...........,, .......,,.......,,..,.....,.............,....,... W ILLIAM DIETRICH CLASS OF 1930 Preszdeant .....,.............,.....,...........,..,....,.,,......,........,,A,,.....,...... Vice-President .CC,,....As 1 DANIEL RENGIER DAVID VOLLMER becfretary ...,....,..........,.C,,......,......s.,..........A.......,.......... VINCENT ALEXANDER CLASS OF MID 1931 Presiclevzt ,s,,.,.,....,.....,,.,,C...,..,.,..,,9..,..,.,,ss.......,,.....,Cs..,....,,..,,,....,.. JENKY BUTLER Secretary ..,................C...,.....s.,.....C,,.....Cs.,...,..s,,.....,,,...... JOHN BUCKWALTER The Freshman Class has not organized. '23 Cllass Omcers of Organized Classes CLASS OF 1929 President ....,s..,.sL.......a.,,,...LL,.......,........LL.,.....s.,,..,.,,..,,,..... .....,... B ETTY TURNER Vice-P'resz'de1zt .... ,...,........,,,... .........LL.,..,......,..,A.,..,.., J 0 SEPHINE MILLER Secretary Ls,ss, .......,...Ls ..,.,.....,....... M A RY HARBOLD Treasurev 'ss,. L,L,...... ,..,.......... M AR Y HARBOLD Historian .ss.,.......... ..............,.......................................................... A MY I-IELM President ..,...s,..,,.,.,,..s.,.,,..,,,Ys,,.,,,,,,,,Y....,,,,,.,..,,,, Vz'ce-President ..., ,..,... S ecretwry ...sC,,...,...,,,,,, Treasurer ,,,,C,,,,,.,., H istorian ..,............ CLASS OF MID 1930 HAFFECKER Y,......,....ANNA M. DOTTERER FARGE ..,........s..D0RoTHY SCHAEFFER BRENNEMAN 64 THE VIDETTE Extra Curriieular Activities STEVENS HIGH SCHOOL CLUB PRESIDING OFFICER Conduct and Manners ...,.,..............rv,,............,,A................. ..........,...,.... W ILLIMAE CLARK Famous Buildings and Famous Pictures ..A.............,, .....,,..,...........,.......,,..., D OROTHY HERSHEY Short Story ...Ort...........,.Or,,..............,...........,.............A..,.....A...,..........................,,.........,,..,...........,...... HILDA MONTEUTH Girl Scouts .......,....,..........,..,.,..........,,,... MAUD LAWTON AND DOROTHY YOHN, Patrol Leaders Private Life of the Romans ,.,.........,,,,..oo........,..,. .........,,,...t.,Y,,,........,.,,....................,....,...,..,,.A M ARY YEAGER Travel Club ..,,......................................,.... ...,,,..., M ARIAN HOWELL Mythology Club ,...,.......t,,.. ...,,,..,... R UTH MARTIN Current Literature eet........., ,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,.,. E LLEN EVANS Conduct and Manners ,eee.,.... ,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, B ETTY TURNER Book Club ..,.....,...,t..,......,....,.,.t,,. ,,,,,,,.,,e.b E LIZABETH REITZEL Retail Salesmanship ........., b,.,..,..,,,.., M ARJORIE SMITH Nature Study .......,..,,,.t...t... ,,,,,......t...., L ILIAN SMITH Advertising Club ,.....,,,,,,,,,,,, ,....,,,,,... S USAN BAKER Conduct and Manners .,,,,,,,,.. ....,,,.,,.,.....,. J ANE SUMMY Commercial Club .................. .........,...,........, G RAYCE HOOVER Famous Painters t..,..eet.....,.,,,,,,,, .,,.,t,ssess.,,,,steb.,. E LVA MCMULLEN Music Club .,...,.......................,,.............,,,,, ....,,,,,.c,... M ARY JANE BRUBAKER Old Testament Narrative ,,,,,,,s,sse ,.,,,,,,,,,....,,,.......,,,,. H ELEN K. EBY Commercial Club .,....,......,,,,,.,.,e,.,,,, .,,,.c,.cc..,,c..... J ULIA HUEBENER Local History .,.................,,......, ,.,,,.sc.,,,ccc..,.,... M ARY ROTH Astronomy ....,...,......,,..,,,,.,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,,..,,,,,,,,..,.,,,,,,,,...,,,.,,... G RACE TITUS Playground Supervision .,,.,,,,.,c ,,..,,,,,,,,,...,,.,,......,,..,,c......,,,,,,, M ARGARET KELLER Arts and Crafts .................,.,. ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,..,.,,,,.,,,...,....,,.,,.,s,,, M ARY HARRIET ROBINSON Girl Scouts .c,.......,....... ,,O..cc,,,.,,,,,,..,,,,,L, G ENEVIEVE MANN, RUTH WEIDNER, AND ANNABELLE WELLER, Patrol Leaders The Stevens High School Guitar and Mandolin Club The Stevens High School Guitar and Mandolin Club has experienced its larg- est membership during the past year. Twenty-eight girls are enrolled. An in- creased interest has been taken in the study of the stringed instruments and a number of girls are arranging to continue studying these instruments over the summer. Instruction is free to all girls who are or wish to become members of the club. Mr. Wittell is the instructor. During the past year concerts were given before various civic clubs, at numerous Parent-Teachers' meetings, as Well as before the student body, and using this year as a criterion the growth and success of S. H. S. Guitar and Mandolin Club is assured. THE VIDETTE 65 Stevens High Sehooll Chorus The worth of the chorus has been proven by its growth from a very small number two years ago, to 285 today. It is a voluntary organizationg no credit is given for the Work. Its purpose is to cultivate a taste for better music and also a chance to discover talented students. Two half hour periods a week are given to this work. Some of the outstanding programs in which this organiza- tion performed this semester Were: D. A. R. exercises for Dr. Burk, rector of Valley Forge Memorial Chapel, Music Week, and the Unveiling of the Buchanan Memorial Statue. Stevens High Sehooll Gllee Clluh The Girls' Glee Club is composed of 32 voices carefully chosen from the en- tire student body, and meeting every Thursday of the week at 7:30 A. M. The oiiicers of this organization are: President ...............................,..,...................... .......,....,. B ETTY TURNER Vice-President ............. ,.....,,,. J ANE MCGINNIS Secretary ..................... .,.,................ R UTH MARTIN Librarian ..,............. ............ C HRISTINE N1ssLEY Accomparzist ....................,........,..,...........,.............,.,..........,... FLORENCE REIKER Due to lack of time this club did not appear at as many public programs as before, but recently it sang at the Music Week program, Parent-Teachers' Asso- ciation, Kiwanis Club, and on several occasions in chapel exercises. The Honor Soeietfy This organization is one of the active ones of the school, and has contributed in many ways. One of its recent programs was a pageant given for Memorial Day. The Annual Banquet was held June 12 at which alumnae members were present. The present organization consists of 21 enrolled members and 73 alumni members. Of these 21 twelve will be graduated in June. They are: Dorothy Bolander Florence Krieder Priscilla Charles Alma Lefever Jessie Glass Ruth Martin Thelma Hershey Mary Neff Helen Horton Ruth Reidenbach Julia Huebener . Anna Seldomridge The ofiicers for the semester are: President ...,.....,...,...,..........,...........,.,,.,, ,........,..,,,,,..... H ELEN HORTON Vice-President ,..,...,...................,,.,. , ..,.....,. FRANCES EISENBERG Secretary and Treasurer '... r .,,.,. ,.,,....,......,.. J ULIA HUEBENER Hzstorzan ...............,...,.....,.............,., .....,,....... H ELEN STRAWBRIDGE 66 THE VIDETTE Extra Curricular Activities BOYS' HIGH SCHOOL Seventeen extra-curricular clubs were organized this semester. The plan adopted is a new one and permits each club to meet during school time which heretofore was not done. The clubs met twice each month. On the third Wednes- day of each month a club presented a program in the auditorium. The follow- lowing clubs were organized this semester: CLUBS PRESIDENT Hawthorne Literary Society .......,,..... ..........,.,.,,. J OHN BYRNE Eleutherian Literary Society ,,.......... .....,.......... A LFRED ALSPACH Commercial Club ........., ,O,............,..,,..l... , . ,,.l...... EDWARD TIMANUS Debating Club ......,.,,.........l......l.......,.... l,....,,..........., J OHN BYERLY Dramatic Club ,.......,......... FRANCIS MARKERT J ournalistic Club ............ ..,,,,.. E DWARD KARER Lincoln Club ..........ll...............l..... ....l.,,.... H ENRY ERISMAN Cartoon Club ....,..............,.,.......,..........., ,....,.,.,,....,..,,..l,ll, A LLEN PEEK Foreign Language Club ......,....,.,. .......,,.,.... C HARLES PARMER Travel Club ........,.,,.l,,...,.......,...,.,,....,, .....,..,,,,... W ILLIAM GAIGE Mathematics Club ......,,,,.,l.,,,.,. .........,... J UL1Us SANDHAUS Chemistry Club .,.,...,,..........,,.,.....l,, ,..,..... R ICHARD PRITZ Music Appreciation Club ........... .......,,...... E LwooD SCHWAN Radio Club ....,,........,....,.,,....,..,....... ,........... C ARL SCHNITZER Biographical Club ..,...,.,...,. .........,.. R OBERT WALKER Tennis Club .........................,.,............ A......,,,...........,.,. ...............,.... J A CK RHEN High School Cooperative lntlustrial Course The Cooperative Industrial Department which is included in the curriculum of the Boys' High School was started September 1, 1926. A group of about 38 boys have been following this course during the past year. 74 have applied for this semester's course. Due to the limited facilities only 45 boys were accepted. A lg-:m1rvs.i:i:,ea"'y+:g The Student Council The Student Council has been very active and infiuential during the past semester. It has established a better feeling between the council and the student body. It has raised more than enough money for a motion picture machine. The council has rewarded the fellows interested in the activities of the school by awarding Certificates of Merits. The l-lonor Society The Honor Society in the Lancaster High School organized with President ........,............,.,........................,,...,..,.................,.....,. ROBERT BRUBAKER Secretary ..................................................,...,...,...............,.,...,........ ERNEST OWENS Fourteen new members have been elected this semester. THE VIDETTE 67 The ll-llifY Cluhs The Lincoln and Buchanan Hi-Y Clubs have progressed during the past sea- son. The clubs continued the scholarship of 5100.00 and started a second sim- ilar scholarship. The money for these scholarships was raised by a concert in April. The oflicers for the past semester Were: LINCOLN HI-Y CLUB President .l,,,,..,.,..l,.,.,..,.l.,.,,,,,...,,,.,,......,.... , .,,..,,. ,......,.,..,........... F RANK SNAVELY Vice-President ..,...,...,., .....,...,,..........,..... J OHN HIPPLE Treasurer .,.....,...,....,... ,w........,,.. C HARLES PRESTON Secretary .,,.....................,.......,..,...........,..,........,.,........,.......,..,, RODNEY BRABSON BUCHANAN HI-Y CLUB P7'6Sid67Lt ......,.....,........,.................,.,............,.........................,..... DANIEL RENGIER Vice-President .......l...... .r.......,. V INCENT ALEXANDER Treasurer ........,....., ,.......,..,,,.. T HOMAS SMITH Secretary .........,, ..,,....,... J OHN MICHAELIS The Glee Clluh The Glee Club was composed of twenty-five members this semester. It had the following ofhcers: P7'68id67l,t ......,.....................,..,..... ...,........ A LFRED ALSPACH Vice-President .......,...... ,...,..,.. J OHN HENDERSON S6C7'6tfL7'y ..........,,...,. .......,...... R ICHARD GARDNER The Band The Band had an enrollment of sixty-five. The Band played for the various activities in the school as Well as outside of school. They furnished music for the basketball games, the Parent-Teacher's meetings and the County Historical Society at Valley Forge on Lancaster County Day. The Band is headed by Elwood Schwan M'29, and directed by Mr. List. Cemhined Orchestra The past year has shown a very marked increase in the number of boys and girls interested in the instrumental music work of the Orchestra. Some ninety students are enrolled in the two orchestras under the direction of Leigh E. Wittell. The Junior Orchestra has made very satisfactory progress this semester. Two rehearsals are held weekly. Boys and girls upon entering High School are admitted to the Junior Orchestra. On receiving sufficient training or as soon as 68 THE VIDEATTE personal ability permits, students are transferred to the Senior Orchestra, where music of a more difficult and professional nature is used. The Senior Orchestra has experienced one of its most active years. With a membership of fifty boys and girls this orchestra, under Mr. Wittell's direc- tion, has developed into a first-rate high school orchestra. A rehearsal lasting two hours is held each Wednesday evening. An entirely new repertoire of music was played by the orchestra this year. Concerts were given at the Pennsyl- vania State Educational meeting, at various Civic Clubs, Parent-Teachers' meet- ings, over the radio, as well as at both High Schools. Retail Salesmainiship Training in salesmanship is a reality at Stevens High School and during the past year twenty-three girls have learned the psychological point of a sale, the actual presentation of material to the customer in such a way at to lead to a satisfied buyer and seller. Up to this time Miss Kathryn Abel, Miss Anna Rich, the art supervisor of the Lancaster schools, and Mr. John Oller have borne the work of teaching in this course. Theory is valuable and one-half of each school day is employed in obtaining the theoretic side, but theory without practice is not proved by the learner. As a result the other half of the school days and Saturday of each week are given to practicing the theory learned. Merchants themselves and patrons at the various stores which are cooperat- ing have expressed their satisfaction at the service given by these girls. This has been evinced by the requests from merchants for more representatives of this course for service during the coming year, these girls to be employed in addi- tion to the present ones who are to be retained. This fact would surely seem to indicate the value of this course in the business of today. What Shall We Read? One of the cardinal objectives of education is a worthy use of leisure time. The summer vacation provides one with the longest period of leisure, hence this is a timely questiong what shall we read? Instead of dipping into numerous subjects and failing to reach the depths of any one of them, the summer vacation provides an opportunity for the de- velopment of a reading habit which shall follow a subject or an author to a fair extent of its possibilities. This is really a study of the subject. For recreation reading, for enjoyment, it is wise to see that the reading is not done extravagantly, but that the books chosen are ofa high literary value, providing wholesome mental food. A proper choice of reading will result in the development of that sense of discrimination that recognizes value. Would this not be a good time for reading some of those longer novels you have always in- tended reading, like: "Count of Monte Cristo", "Les Miserables", "Cloister and the Hearth", "Romola", "Guy Manneringn, "Don Quixote", "Kennilworth." STOP! READ! AND GROW! THE VIDET TE 69 SPURTS REVIEW '93 S. ll-ll. S.. ll-lloelkey Captain ........... Coach .,.,....... .,....,...,MARY YEAGER PLAYERS MARGARET KELLER, '28 SUSAN BAKER, M'29 ANNA BURKHART, M'29 FRANCES EISENBERG, M'29 FRANCES KELLER, M'29 MARY YEAGER, M HELEN MILLER, 'M'29 MARY BACHMAN, '29 JANE MCGINNIS, '29 ALICE FRITZ, '30 GLADYS HICKEY, M'31 '31 Lost one game to Shippen School-1-0. lfraclk Name Class Points Scored Marshall Fields fCapt.J ..,.....,... ............. ' 28 20 William Jacoby ,.,..........,.......,...... ............. ' 28 9 William Gaige ......................... ...,......... ' 28 39 Richard Wilson .....,....,. l.........,.. ' 30 22 James Hall ..........,.. ...,....,.... M '29 12 Henry Wise .......,.,.,.... ....l......... ' 28 5 A Joseph Gavan ,,,...,...l.... .............. ' 29 11 Richard Hershey ......... .......,.,... ' 29 9 Harry Goodhart ............ ..,...........,..., ' 30 9 John Goodhart ..l...... ..,.......... M '29 0 Merrell Shreiner ......... .,,..,,,,,,,,, ' 29 14 Charles Hauer ............,.. ,....,,,,,,,.. ' 29 6 Kenneth McMillan .,......... .....,....,,,...... ' 28 21 Graham Gardner .....,.. ,,,,,.,,,,,., M '29 15 Richard Gardner .,,,,..,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ' 30 2 William Wiley .......... .,,.,,,,,,,,, ' 28 4 William Ong ........ ..,,,,,,,.,, ' 28 7 John Byrne ...,,..., ,,,,l,,,,,,,, ' 28 3 John Heisler ........... '29 Ed Haller ........... James Miller ....................,..,,.,, ,.,..,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,. ,,.,, 1 30 2 l.......M'30 1 12 points for a letter. Norristown meet not included in these points. 70 T HE VIDETTE Basketball L. H. S. Opponents L. H. S. ....,................... ....,... 4 7 Dec. 30 1927 Sunbury .........,,,.............................. 33 L. H. S. ...,,.., ....,... 2 9 Dec. 31 1927 Gettysburg ....,,,.. ............ 2 3 L. H. S. ....,... ........ 5 0 Jan. 6 1928 Wm. Penn ........, ,.,........ 5 8 L. H. S. ........ ,....... 3 2 Jan. 7 1928 Steelton ,......... ..........,, 3 9 L. H. S. ...,.... .,...... 4 0 Jan. 13 1928 Reading ,......... .,.......... 4 8 L. H. S. ..,,,,.. ........ 3 9 Jan. 14 1928 Lebanon .......,.. ............ 2 4 L. H. S. .,...... .....,.. 3 5 Jan. 20 1928 Sunbury ............,....... . ......... . 29 L. H. S. ..,,, ......,. 3 3 Jan. 27 1928 Williamsport ........ ............ 4 2 L. H. S. ........ ........ 2 1 Feb. 3 1928- Wm. Penn ,........,,... ............ 3 2 L. H. S. ........ ........ 4 4 Feb. 4 1928 John Harris ........... ............ 2 2 L. H. S. ........ ........ 3 4 Feb. 11 1928 Reading ..,..,......... ............ 2 9 L. H. S. ........ ........ 4 0 Feb. 17 1928 Gettysburg ......... ............ 3 6 L. H. S. ,....... ........ 3 4 Feb. 18 1928 Lebanon ............... ............ 3 2 L. H. S. ...... ........ 4 9 Feb. 25, 1928 John Harris .,......... ............ 1 9 L. H. S. ........ ............. 3 1 Mar. 3, 1928 Williamsport ........ ............ 2 8 Total ............................................. 558 Total ............................................. 494 The Varsity insignia "L" was also awarded to the following basket- ball players: Captain Harry Eman, 1281 , Kenneth McMillan 1281, Richard Bachman 1283 , Sondell Iscovitz 1M-283, Charles Mulhattan 1281, William Lines 1295, Ed. Haller 1M-301, Glenn Horst 1M-289, Mahlon Delp 1299, and Eugene Bennett 1M-291, and Student Manager Robert Leaman 1281. It was announced that John Dotterer, '29, will be football manager next year and Omar Nissley, '29, will serve as basketball manager. Team Golf HENRY BRUBAKER ....,......,,..... STANLEY FORTNEY .................... TED BRUBAKER fCapt.j ...,....... KERMIT CAULWELL ............... ROBERT BEACHAM .....,....... ELwooD CAULER ........... L. H . S. April 21-L. H. S .,............ ,..,,...,,., 1 1 May 5-L H. S ..... ....... ..........., 6 M Z May 12--L H. S .... ,,.,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 May 18-L H. S .,,..,....,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 May 19-L H. s .......,,.., ,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 V2 May 26-L H. S ............ ,...,,...... 1 OMZ Total ............... 9 Class Points 29 9 '29 GVQ '29 10 '28 IIMZ '29 4 '30 6Mg Opponents F. :Sz M. Academy ................ ......... 1 John Harris .....,............,.. ..........,... 8 LQ Wilmington ................ .............. 1 1 Salesianum ................... ......... 8 Wilmington ...................,. ......... 6 LQ F. Sz M. Academy ........... ..,...... 4 1,Q Total .,............,..........,.. June 2-John Harris at Lancaster High. June 9-Northeast at Lancaster High. ..............39M3 THE VIDET H. S. H. S. H. S. H. S H. S Total Tennis Team JACK RHEN CCapt.j .....,......................................... .............. M '29 HARRY WELLER ..,.............. ............... M '30 SAMUEL NEWKIRK .. ......... ......................... ' 28 RICHARD RANSING .......,,... .. ....,......................... '28 L. H. S. Opponents 1 F. 8a M. Academy 5 0 F. 8z M. Academy 6 0 Wilmington 6 2 F. 8a M. Freshmen 5 5 Tome 2 8 Total June 2-William Pen at Lancaster High. S. H. S. Basketball C t K. ANNA BURKHART ap am --'-'---"-4--'------'-'-----4'A----"''-""--------------'--'-A'-----------' 1 SUSAN BAKER Manager ,........,. .,...,...,........... M IRIAM ERISMAN, '28 "S" Coach, ............................. .................................,............................ M ISS SICKLER PLAYERS JULIA HUEBENER, '28 JANE MCGINNIS, '29 "S" MARGARET KELLER, '28 "S" EMMA MILLER, '29 MARY NEFF, '28 PAULINE STAGER, '29 "S" RUTH SIEGRIST, '28 "S" ELIZABETH ZAHN, '29 ANNA BURKHART, M-'29 EVELYN JOHNSTON, '30 SUSAN BAKER, M-'29 "S" DOROTHY YOHN, '30 MARGARET REAM, M-'28 GLADYS HICKEY, M-'31 RUTH KREIDER, '29 EVELYN SCHWEBEL, '31 SCORES S. H. S. Opp. Parkesburg .,.... .,................,..............,..,.. 2 3 7 Alumnae .,..... .....,... 2 2 21 Oxford ....,.......,..... ....,,... 2 0 17 Shippen ,.........,.,.............,.... ....,..,. 1 3 20 Columbia .........,.........,...........,. ......... 2 3 19 Millersville Reserves ...,.... ......... 1 5 12 Coaches ...,.,,,...........,.............,.. ....,..,. 1 0 11 West Lampeter .......... ....,.... 2 4 17 Oxford ...,........,.......,....... ......... 3 1 22 West Lampeter ............. ........ 1 7 17 Lebanon .......................... ......... 2 0 21 Parkesburg ....,...... ......... 2 7 21 Shippen .....,......... ....,.... 1 7 24 Lebanon .,..........................,.. ......., 1 9 16 Columbia ..............,..............,... ..,,..,.. 1 6 17 Millersville Reserves ..,..,.. .,...... 2 2 13 319 275 "' "S" players won their letters. TE 71 CHOOSE A PROFI TABLE CAREER PROFESSIONAL or Commer- cial Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Manufacturing, Chemistry or Bac- teriology, offer to young men and women students big fields of en- deavor, with good tinancial return. With our new College Building in the educational center of Phil- adelphia, o u r m a n y elective courses, inviting lecture and class rooms, well-equipped laboratories, museums and library, and with an internationally-known faculty, this century-old College stands pre-eminent. Courses of full col- legiate status, approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Edu- F in . nm EEEEH za - 1 .9 ii -G lliggi ' New College Building West Philadelphia cation, le a d i n g to recognized Degrees. Prospective students and their parents are cordially invited to inspect the College at any time, or write for Academic require- ments and Catalog, New Term begins Svptember 1.9, 1928 Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science Wilmer Krusen, M.D., President 43rd STREET, WOODLAND AND KINGSESSING AVENUES Founded 1821 PHILADELPHIA COMPLIMENTS OF Mylin's Confectionery 132 N. Dulce St. Ice Cream E? Candies fi? After Graduation WHY NOT make recreation your vocation: enjoy your work and Rive pleasure to others: be healthy and happy and teach others to he the same? Such is the life and work of a teacher of physical education. SAVAGE SCHOOL For Physical Education Established 1890 A Normal School which prepares men and women to become teachers. direct rs and super- visors of physical education in schools, colleges. playgrounds, clubs, private institutions an d industrial organizations. AN EXCEPTIONALLY STRONG FACULTY Catalogue Upon Request Increasing demand for teachers. Salaries higher than for grade teaching. Employment bureau for students and graduates. Only a LIMITED Number ol Students will be Admitted. Register NOW for Class Entering September 17th, 1928. DR. WATSON L. SAVAGE, President, 308 West 59th Street. N. Y. City. Lancaster Business College 48 NORTH QUEEN STREET, LANCASTER, PA. Member of National Association of Accredited Com- mercial Schools. A THOROUGH BUSINESS EDUCATION AT REASONABLE COST. STRONG FACULTY, EX- CELLENT EQUIPMENT. PLEASANT SUR- ROUNDINGS, BUSINESS DISTRICT LOCATION. Courses: SECRETARIAL ACCOUNTING STENOGRAPHIC Day and Night School. WRITE FOR CATALOG. J. G. DOMMY, Principal W. H. DIEHM, Registrar ii0Wlllil.ll Tttillliliili Cil00i 147 NORTH DUKE STREET Established 1889. Nearly 2,000 Successful Graduates. 100 students. 8 Instructors. Many of the LEADERS in the American Watch and Jewelry trades today received their training at Bowman Technical School. Students come thousands of miles to B. T. S. Open all year Write or Phone for Catalog COURSES IN WATCHMAKING, ENGRAVING AND JEWELRY WORK VISIT THE SCHOOL JOHN J. BOWMAN, Director Always Reliab e Our hats are off to the Boys wh ose caps are on Congratulatzons to the Graduatmg Class of 1928 IWW the days and yeczm tfzzzf are rzlwan' 78 fer! 171 fzfzppzfzess and pros r zf f c Z7 A comlbffferf and may you 716167 forget ro o fd ff Wlf Q Q ff 1 , , V ' 111e "y zfzf yef " of f7'lIl'7lZ'7Zg' you fzfzfzfe just , . "It Pays to Play" 2 ' THE "SWISH" OF A RACKET, THE "CLICK" . . E : OF A GOLF CLUB OR THE "CRACK" OF A BAT IS AN INSPIRING SOUND TO THOSE S : WHO ARE ATHLETICALLY INCLINED. WE CAN SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS FROM SOUP TO NUTS B T UNKLE CO 35 37 WEST CHESTNUT STREET LANCASTER PENNA . O . : . sc . . . : . ,, . : I- l ' I : ' g g o o o 1 - I . Z : 4 E . . : : 7 + 2 3 ::. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . - - - - - - H. C. FRANTZ 414 West Walnut Street W7z0lesale Confectioner 5c BARS and PENNY GOODS A SPECIALTY Fraternity, College and Class Jewelry Commencement Announcements onel Invitations JEWELERS TO THE HIGH SCHOOLS OF LANCASTER '23 L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY lllonnfoetnring jewelers nno' Stationers ATTLEBORO, MASS. Ask any College Greek REFUGE FROM THE ORDINARY ,.,,2'P- M 4 HA. Q ,H IDILAGON . ,-111.0 ' ' '7 . 'I .. , , ' C FCBTII J 1 I . .. -x. V Soda' , ' S! - ' . '- rf nw 1, Ca dV fe- ...- - " -' 4 - ' , ,fm.,.., 1 K -' 'S - 'V L ,fr .yaff C?aretjteb 5 ndwzche .X 7.5 35 WEST CHESTNUT ST. AGENCY FOR Cephas B. Roger's Period E G' Design CORNER Electric Lighting Fixtures Mulberry 81 Chestnut Srs- -? '35 HUMMER-HESS 111 N. Prince St. Lancaster, Pa. 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The Telegraph Florist of Lancaster 116 NORTH QUEEN STREET Printing Of All Kinds . L Wim 1 . .1 .1 f4w,fqfQ4,4?l0ug3 if I School Work Our Specialty I Q 1 ,r ig " f- 1 u u W lg A K Conestoga Publishing Co., lnc. Z ' - W if 5 ig Where Christian Cranes Liberty A ::" I Opposite New P. R. R. Stalion Z. New A 'fi f' 'TM' 1014-1020 N. Christian sneer Bell Phone 15 JAMES W. BELL I-IATTER FURRIER BORSALINO HA TS--MADE IN ITALY STETSON HATS--MADE IN U. S. A. I5 WEST KING STREET SPALDING REACH S I1 E N K B I2 O S . "EVERYTHING F012 SPORT" Track Baseball Tennis Golf 30-32 WEST KING STREET HARRY H. EBY KI-,UGI1'S GROCER Two Good Places PROVISIONS To Eat- Fresh and Smoked Meats Green Goods in Season 401 WEST WALNUT ST. HERE and HOME Mulberry 8: Chestnut Sts. GROFF This ad good for 5c when treating at HAMAKEIQTS 20-ZZ VV est King St. Franklin and Marshall College LANCASTER, PENNA. ESTABLISHED 1787 Complete four-year course of study leading to the degrees of A.B., B.S. and B.S. in Economics. 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ARNOLD COLLEGE SHERMAN AND CHAPEL STREETS NEW HAVEN, CONN. .v. .vu Ei? .-A LN ' WE EAT BRICKER'S BREAD 52 ., . 6 l Miss Billee's Studio of Dancing 19 East Orange Street Ballet : Tap : Acrobatic : Musical Comedy z Interpretive and Social Dancing taught in classes and private TELEPHONE 24 69 DRUGS AND SUNDRIES GIFTS AND NOVELTIES Try MAURICE H. EBY On the P - - - a the Dmg rescrzptzon Drugglst L,,,c,,,,, Store 714 COLUMBIA AVE. Highway First LANCASTER, PA. COLLEGIATE SODA SERVICE SWEET MEATS Peirce School of Business Administration Courses of Study Cuniversity- gradej preparing young men and . 'J' 'Q is-'N'-",,: women for the responsibilities of fr- li 0 f x - I - - ' tiff' , I ' business life: E - Qi .N . ' '-'- ' -' BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ACCOUNTING QC. P. AJ STENOGRAPIIIC-SECRETARY EXECUTIVE-SECRETARY TEACHER-TRAINING FINISHING COURSES FOR GRADUATES OF COMMERCIAL HIGH SCHOOLS. ' Q F li 7? ' F L I 9. Q! F E K! L X 11" , KJ mKzggIaEAJlNai'lg1 ,. "fit 'I " FL if nlllmni l ' VM, V mga? 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