Stevens Trade High School - Stevensonian Yearbook (Lancaster, PA)
- Class of 1937
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Pa., January 1937 No. 5
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Quill and Scroll
To Miss Greiner: as na token of our sincere
and mestimable appreciation of her helpful
guidance and devotion during our term in
school, we dedicate this, our Annual.
To you, Mr. Grube, we, the Class of Mid-1937,
dedicate this Annual, in token of our sincere
gratitude for the interest which you have taken
in us throughout our high school career.
STEVENS HIGH SCHOOL
STACY E. PETERS
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA, A. M
GETTYSBURG, PH. D.
BOYS HIGH SCHOOL
BENJAMIN B. HERR
FRANKLIN 8: MARSHALL, A. B
COLUMBIA, A. M.
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Ann D. Schaeffer, A. M.
Durutliy L. SCll0l'llK'l', A. B
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Knlhryn Troup, A. M.
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Alpheus V. Becker
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Clmrlos R. ESIIIGIIIQIII, M. S.
Univvrsity of Ponnsylvzm in
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lfnivrrsiiy of Maryland Franklin' and Marshall BUWIIHK f"':'f"' Hu'f'fIf'?5 UmW'l'SHY
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L4-hanrm Valli-y Franklin 'md Marshall Franklin and Marshall
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F- J- He'-'kmimi A- M- Harrv L. Hoover SI-.Frmxst Fngonr' fx' B'
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Mmxrm- NV. Sloyvr, Ph. li., A. M.
Samuel B. Smith. Jr., A B
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Franklin and Marshall O. G. Sola, A. B. G4-tlysburg
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Ivnn Sic-hmnn, ILS Ihmhvrt T. Stoner, B. S. John P. VVeis1-, B. S.
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Plxysical liducution Vnz'uiiunul Education Muth4-matics
Donald VVitmer, A. B. Leigh E. Wittell
l:l'1lIlklill :md Mawslulll Immmsylvmm, gum.
U"'l5l14'Ffl'5 lnstrmncntal Music'
Merrilh XJOST, B- S- Elizabeth Hershhcrgvr Vlighgrxysggr
gcfeflclzfg Sec1'0i111'y secretary
KH ...f.Y........Y..f.,.. Ruth LllIll1l1ll'fl'l'
Sl'l'l'l'llll ll -Y.. .,., l im-atricv Arnold
Tl'l'llSHl't'l' . , . , , El izuhctll Hvrrolml
Ilixluriun , . .... Florence Mill:-1'
.lrlnixar . . . .,.. Daisy P. Gm-ilwr
President ,-.,, ...... P aul Murph-
Yic'e-I'rexi1lvnt . - , . . Gerald Bowman
Svvrvfury ..., .... R ohvrt Imllsllvy
TI'l'llSI1l't'I' , . , , - Samuel Cong!-llo
llixlorian . , ..... Harold 12llg0l'
.hlnixcr ,.. .... C. L. Martin
Demetra. Argires "Dov"
Clubs: Mnthvnmtics, Senior Colnlnrrcinl
She's fl wry small girl and quivt as :1 monsv,
But she has :1 smile thai would warm your
Beatrice Arnold "IM-nliq-"
Viclvtlc Stull: Honor Society, Prrsidvnt: Junior Class
President: S4-nior Class S4-crvluryg Intrnnlurul Conn-
cil, President: Si-nior Plzlyg Da-lmting: CllC'1'l'l0ZldlllgQ
First Aid Club
Our littlv friend hopos to go in training.
5- NVQ nro losing. but ilu- pntivnts Ill'0 gniningr.
Q Louise Aslu-raft
To Louise we soon will say,
"Please fix my lmir that' sc-lf-som
Clubs: SIllllllSll-.KIlll'l'lL'Zlll, Mythology
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Now lu-ro's Fl girl who sings lo gain filllllh
Nolnodny in bright lights wo may soo lu-r nsuno. , Q
Warren H. Bell "I.iln-1-'ly"
Inh.nnul:xl Sports' I-vm Flub
,llvvrty grunrds the nntion's colors in the llilllll,
claims Qnznryvillv :ls l1is nntivv land
Eleanor will go to fl:nu-os
'lvvn though llioy do vnusa- trnncvs
Frances Bensing 'RF1-nnw
Drum and llugle Corps: Clubs: Sllflrfllilllll Speed,
Our I+'!':n1nie nlwnys laughs with glee
When Clmrlie tnkes her out to ten.
Clubs: Rook, Current Literature
Ruth. soinehow. 1loesn't like io recite.
Yet, what she says is usunlly right.
Charles Bieksler "Bix"
Lincoln Ili-Yg Illll'illlllll'Ill Sports: Clubs: Slide Rule.
A physies flush with lnughtei' loud.
Of his ll2lll4'lllf.Z' feet he is quite proud.
Ethel Bitzer hBiIlie"
Virlotle Stull: Honor Societyg Senior Vice-Presidcntg
lllll'ZllllllI'2ll Council, Vive-Prosiclentg Cin-e1'lenrlc1'g De-
bating 'Fr-fnng Clubs: llrznnaxtiu
liillim: :liln is to work nt the "l5ell". ,
Hui she llll2lll' he n S2lll'Sl1lllfx'. who enn tell? ' '
Clnl:-sz I'liotogr:1pl1y, Ilrnnlntic
Quiet. shy. funloving. too.
Nlll'SlllQ'S what she plans to do.
Gemld E. Rowman "Jerry"
Cum m n101'!'inI
Student Council: llonor Society, lll'l'Slll0lltQ Class
Vice-Presimlentg Roosevelt Hi-YQ lIlll'llllllll'ill Sports:
Clubs: Lettering, Fencing
Gllllillullilll nnml seholzn' in his right.
.Ierry is the eI:1ss's shining ligrht.
Clubs: Spzmislx-Aluvricuu, Senior Commercial
Hour yo! Hour yv! Stay out of the Street
Milrlu-d's driving cam bo "bout",
Intrauuurzll Sportsg Clubw: Sk:-ich. Stump
l':1l's quite 2lil9ll'f with limi :mtl bunk
But his girls he lwofors szlfo in il book,
Clubs: Truvol, Music Appreciation
As Il friend sims lmrcl to bout,
Charles R. Clemson 'ixuhim-"
Ilonur Sonic-tyg Orclu-strag llnmlg Linquln lli-YQ
S1-uior Play Calstg Intramural Sports: Llubs: Dru-
Clem is :umtlwr of our 1lllySiL'S sharks.
Ilv sc-lelmn bite-S. but bo nftvu lIZll'li'4.
Samuel Congello "Sam"
Honor Such-ty: Class 'I'rc-nsurcrg Liucolu lli-X9 In-
tramural Spurtsg Clubs: Drzumxtic, Mags- Lralt
Oh! maui of voivv. mzui of smiles,
Your uaune will ll'2lllSV0l'SO lllillly milf-s.
George F. Cramer "S:1inty"
Orclwstrag lllll'llllllll'ill Sportez Varsity lfnutlmllg
Clubs: Stugv Craft. SL-irulilic llc-sr-:u'cl1
Ho slnalsllos opprnsitimi, bo fC2ll'N it ull ilIl2ll'l'.
For this lzul lUl'lN ftm1'lu:1lI :uid plays with all his
Calvin L. Campbell "Cal"
To xt-0 lwr smile- is suvb n 'trout
Clubs: Photography, Latin Anicricau
The xvlliti' 1':n':ule :1tt1':lc'ts this lass
Be-st of lur-k from our c-lass!
llonor Society: Intrzuuural Council: Clubs Shoit
lrincl Spcrd Senior f'0l'lIlll'l'Cl'll
If quality not quantity will count,
In tho lmsiiww world she-'ll surelx mount
Sunni Olchcstl I2 Intramural Council: Clubs: Pict-
uu Studi Senior Commercial
Quo pl us uoll on tlw Iiclillv.
its I in x to Mr. Wittvll.
Clubs: Svnior Colunmrcial, First Aid
Siu-'s just :I quiet little nmid
XVho lcnuws :x bit :Ihout first slid.
Studvut Couucilg lntl'uin1n'ul Sports Klubs Ivitcr
GI:-0 Clubg Clubs: ijfllliltll' Msthologs
Helen lends :1 helium: hind
To all who do not lIlld91NflllIl
Ynpoluon wus :1 womlvr, Czwszir was fl uluz,
ut l0llIll'll'l'll to Willio tlu-v're iust 'mother ii?
Harold J. Eager "Razor No. 1"
Vitlvttu Stull. Managing Editor: Glro Club: Class
lliwtorinng Lincoln Hi-YQ Sz-uior Play Cast: Intru-
murnl Spnrtsg Clubs: Vidrttr, Auto
Driving mrs in :1 wrvc-klcss fashion
Svc-ins to be Il:lroltl's svvlvt pussiou.
Harry T. Eager HEHHFI' No. 2"
Cla-0 Club: Lincoln Ili-Y: Library Club
Imssvr thuu Hzlroltl Zllltl yt-t !Il'92lfl'l'Z
To quotm- from Bltldltlfll tits lI:n'ry lflngvr.
George M. Eisenherger
Stage Cratft, First Aid
Tliort-'s sonu-tltiug about :1 soldier wo 2ltllllll'l'.
And Gvorgio in his uniform run st-'t' tho worhl
Mary Jam- Elliot
Com m err' i al
Clubs: Svnior Couum-rciul. Mythology
Mary Jann- is very jolly,
Sho is llt'Vt'l' lnvlmlt-holy.
Bundy ltooss-vm-It Hi-Y: Intramural Sportsg Clubs:
Clubs: Photography, lulportnnt Proplc of Today
.lt-:ul proc-lztims :1 lllll'2ll'l2l1l shtfll lw.
Hut in hor XV'lV -1 "t'lit't"' wo wt-0
Clubs' Senior f'llllllllC'l'I'l'll 'it-nior Sliortlrmd
Bertlm talks with I.Z'l'l'2lf fnvility,
Along: this lim-. sho slmws nhility.
Gloc Club: Lincoln Hi-Y: Clubs: Library, Sports
But Forgie helps all of us whenever he can.
College Prelmralory ,
Inh'amul'nl Sports: Clubs: Sporis, Stamp
1ll2llll'll'l', our 1l01llll:lI' Ilillll-'I' boy,
Te-llfn ns footlnnll hringrs him tons of joy.
Anna Mary Fortlney
Clubs: 'l'r:nv1-l, Famous Pictur:-s
Friend to all, flepemlnhle lass,
A""w Anal mlll'll 3lllIlll'l'Cl by the vluss
Drusilla, Frank "Dm"
Clubs: Travel, First Aid
Dru 0011105 to sl-lmol, but would 1':xth0i' Sixty
Anil when sho talks it's :Ill :xhuut Ray.
Leonard G. Frayer "Lon"
Imrmnurzll Athletic Council: Rooseve-lf Hi-Y: Intru-
mural Sports: Clubs: Shakespeare, Stamp
Here and there, l'l1I'0llf.Ih town and around,
He Sticks to his Chrysler as lllllllgll ho were
James H. Fricly "Jim"
Intramural Sports: Clubs: Rod und Gun, Pigi-on
He hunts and fishes when he gets n 01111111-o
For fish in the Witter :tml girls at n dance.
Rmbert A. Ferguson "Fergio"
In the oflive and in 210, he is right hand man'
E. Maurice Ferree ':Mork"
Ray E. Galinor "Little Abner"
Intrnniurul Athletic Council, President: Clubs: Stage
Here's fl boy both dark and nent,
In the Hamilton he-'ll find your seat.
Glue Clubg Clubs: Drulnniic, Fmnons People ol'
XVhc-tlier it's play or whether it's work.
Hefty is not The one to shirk.
Clubs: Shortllzmd, Senior Commercial
Vida-ttf Stnllg Honor Societyg Clubs: Shortlmnd, Sen-
I+ls'tln-1' is now "1lOt'ki1lg:"' llel' wny
To S114-ross for :I future dny.
Clubs: Conduct and Manners, Chess
A Good girl is she,
Iler c-l:1ss1nates algxrce.
Sc-nior Playg Girl Rosen-vesg Clubs: Dramatic,
As I1 friend to everyone,
M:1ry's not to he outdone.
XV4' know our Dot is petite and sweet
And in her splwre eaumot he "bent"
Henry R. Haldy "Hass"
Band: Orchestra: Intramurxll Sports: Varsity Foot-
ball: Sports Club
Hass vllargzvs tho line, tackles the foe:
Hut round the ladies h0's miller slow.
Lavfrrn Hamish l'Eruio
Clubs: Conduct and lllannvrs, Advertising
I.21V0l'll.S a modest littlv lass
And murfli 1'+-sine-1-tml by om' 1-lass.
- Robert Palmer Haun "Kilim-r"
Intranuiral Sports: Clubs: Sketch, Dramatic
Robert is a lnigliiy man, with iuusvlos oh! so
But what about those Physics tests. tho om-s
that did him wrong!
Evrlyn Holm "Ev"
Glvo Club: Clubs: lntvrior Di-comtinq. 1'-irl llc-sc-rvc-s
Illvio talks will-11 slu-'s :Isle-vp
Of "St-lim-fi'v1"' in-us :mil dam-i
Vernon Henkel "Vex-uiv"
I i vncru I
Vidvitv Stall, Art Editor: Stud:-nt Council: Clubs:
A wizard in art. :lu orator great.
lint VUTIIE' 'tzrkos things with an easy gait.
G. William Henry "Hill"
Vidcttc Stall, Clerk: Intramural Athletic Council,
Svcrctaryg Junior Class Vice--Prcsidcntg Roosevelt
Hi-Y: Glee Club: Clubs: Radio, Photography
Illxport Typist. :Ind Videttu vlurk loyal
ln Szxralfs mu' ho looks quite royal.
.louruul isin, l'lmiogrupl1y K
Clubs: Plmlngrnphy, 'l'rzu'c-I
Ellvn 'takes pictures quite sublime,
In I'l1uto,u1':lpl1y Ululn sln- NIll1llllS most of hm'
C. Harold Herr "Hal"
Studi-nt Council, Prcsidf-ut: Honor Society: Junior
Class l'r4-siclm-lit: Senior Play Cust: Iloosvvc-lt lli-Y,
l'rm-sidvntg 0l'Cl'lPStl'2l, Intramural Sports: Clubs:
IIQ-rv is an champ who ns:-s hooks muvh
Yun lll'V4'l' sw- this lllilll xl-T in nlutf-li.
Vidrttr- Stull: llnuor Society: Glu- Club: Svniru
Nnln-y's n Inssiv frmn our town
ll lm! lmvin: us In gn 'in liruwn.
Elizalwtli Ilvrrold "Hu-r I y"
yiclvtla- Stnlllg' llpnmn' Soon-ty, Vic:--Ilrvsillvulg Class
ll'l'1lSlll't'l'L Sm-nmr Orcln-slrug D1-hating: Clubs:
In :I Nl'l0lll'l' lub she-'s quill' nf valsv:
lint wl-ll ww know sin' like-s to tons:-.
Clifford Hilton "l'lif'f"
Lincoln Hi-Y: lntnuuurul Athlvtic Council: Intra-
nuirnl Sports: Clubs: I'l1otogr:1pl1y, Stump
An nutliority on swing bxunls lin: nnlion willv.
At -ll'illllU'N llllllNl' lnfs known to nbillv.
Albert lloeltzle "Al
Clubs: Tun word. l"unlb:nll
Wlwro llllSNlllQ.Z'0l' is. Iluvllzh- is found.
I'Iv1'1'y third night ru lllllllllllllil fl1ey'1'v llllllllll.
Play: Clubs: l'lmlngrzlphy, Inlvriur Dvcurniing: Girl
Roy Horning "Roy"
Varsity Fooilmllg Bandg Lincoln Hi-Yg Intramural
lioxvr. love-1'. grrimhler, ull:
Hormfs ll lull who mn make 'om fall.
Richard Huelmergarth "Huehny"
Vidottc Stull, Circulation Manngcrg Glve Clubg Lin-
coln Hi-Y, Vicv-President: Senior Play Castg Intra-
mural Sports: Clubs: Scicniiilc Research, Vidette
flllllll-'lllPll1'1.Z' and Bismurk were two Germans
But wlwn you spa-nk the-ir lzlngllngfe, Hnolmy
Lincoln Ili-Yg Intramural Sports: Clubs: Sport
l'l1:n'lio's dancing fast and loose.
You should see him up at the Moose.
Dorothy Jeffries L'Dot"
Glu' Clubg Drznnntic Club
TllO1'9'S no doubt that Dot c-:ln sing.
To lhoso high uotvs sho 'isurv can c-ling".
William H. Kantz B111
Intrznnural Sportsg Clubs: Sports, Geology
'Dennis for sport, 1ll'9ilClliHg for profession:
This is Kaut'z's 1llilLflllflCQIlt obsession.
Clubs : Drnnmtic, Tm vrl
lI2l1'll1fl'S ll girl who is always true,
A frioncl to 'ill and nc-ver blue
Charles E. Jacobs "Juke"
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Iutrumurul Sportsg Clubs: Sports, Shop
Ho lll'VPl' llll1'l'i9S, he never sc-urrios,
But his brain in Problems govs in flurrius.
Creston P. Kempf "Gres"
liznnlg Intramural Sportsg Clubs: 10-VVord, Sports
I.o11g-legfzwl "Gros" isn't :1 haul fellow :lt ally
Espvcinlly in playing some fast lmsketlmll.
' Gvorgr- John Kienzle "Ii4-lm,"
Studi-nt Council: Orchestra: Roosvvc-lt Hi-Yg Intra-
lllllI'1ll Sportsg Clubs: Lettering, Photogrzlplxy
livliolnl our :n'1lvn'i 1-onte-st fan,
A, littlv main who knows only can.
Illfl'1lllllll'1Il Sports: Clubs: Souior Connnvrciul,
Ilvrv is :1 girl who will 11a-ver slxirk.
Sha- will lllllkll typing lll'l' lifo work. M,.4,q -4.1
Vid:-tts' Stailg Honor Society, Sm-crrtn1'y: Senior Presl-
de-ntg Junior Vivo-l'11-sids-ntg Iutrznnurul Council,
l'r4-sid:-ntg Sr-uior Pluyg Drzunutic Club
Ili-rv is our 1'l'0SillPllt, yrs, indowl,
XVifl1 ber fini- qnnlitivs sln-'s bound 'to sin-cord.
Robert E. Laushey "Bob"
Bzunlg Orchrstrag Clvo Club: Class Srcrutzwyg Intra-
mural Sportsg Varsity Footballg Clubs: Band, Sports
Tlwro isn't IlllJ'l1llll,2f ho v:1n't do,
I"l'Ulll lllilylllpl' '1'l'0llllbUllll 'to Ping Pong, too.
C o mm ere ia I
Clubs: Interior Decoration, Conduct and Manners
iw :1 quiet girl
Except when srmieone mentions Merle.
Ruth' E. L4-Fevre
Drum :md Bugle Cnrpsg Clubs: Spanish Amrriezm,
A quiet girl, :1
Little iu unnie. in N'fllflll'L-' Smrrll.
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Senior Orchesirug Clubs: Firsl Aid, Conduct and
A Story from Ruth is quite ai treat,
Here is ll girl you would like to lneeit.
Clubs: First Aid, Senior Commercial
Nunc-y's first-nid enme i11 liunmly
When she fell while eountiuar 1-nnfly.
friend to nllg
Drum and Bugle Corpsg Clubs: Shorthand Speed
Is it Frances. nr is it Ruth?
We don't know. to tell the 'i'ruth.
Videtic Stull: Honor Societyg Book Club, Vice-Pl'csi-
Mabel loves to Study :uid read:
In whatever she does, we know she'1l succeed.
G11-111111 11f11111 swims 111111 bikvs.
11111 11111s11 W11 RIIINY :11'1'11'1 1111 111-1' 1i1c1':r.
- Thmnas Man-11111-lla "Tf11111111"'
Student C111111ci1g I1ltl'illl1lll'2ll Sports: Clubs: Sketch,
I'I111'11's :1 11111 11111111111 'l'11111 AI11l'2l1lI'11Il
Mr. A1'111wt1'11111r thinks 111-'S il sw1-ll f11ll:1.
I11t1'11111111'111 Sportsg Clubs: 1-'111111111s Picturr-s 111111
1!11i111i11gs, S1'11i111' 11111111111-1'1'i11l
1 f11v111'i111 111111115' of Sl1i1'111y's is 1'::111i11g:.
11's 11111111st :ls 1'1'2l1l1l1' wiE11 111'1' :ls 1-:1'1i11fr.
P11111 Marple "XI11l'
Vi111-Nc Slllllt, F1111t111'1-s 1i11i1111': S1u111-111 1Z1111n1'11
Hlflllll' S11ci1-1y, S1'f:1'1't111'yg S1'111111' Class 1'1'1'si111'111
l,i111r11111 Ili-Y, Tr1-11s111'1-1': S1-11i11r Play Cust: I11l1'11
111u1':11 S!J1ll'tS1 Clubs: Scivrltiilc 111-sz-111'1:11, xvilll'lt1'
A121111 is 111- F1'1-111'11 :ls l'0lb1'Xl' 111 s11i11111'11
S11 f111111 of 1.11V1-1'111-: 21 1111s11 in his ll1lyS1I'N.
If Club: Girl l11's1-rvosg Clubs: 121111111111 Zlllll 311111-
Dorotlly M1'Mi1'ha1-I "Dot" N
1Z11111s: 111-11111111113 1I111'1'1111t 1,111-1':1tu1'1'
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Robert Metze "Roh
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S111111-11115' 1111'1l 111- 1111lX11lfL' 1111 11v1-1' 1111- 1111111.
Clubs: 'l'1-avvl, Advertising: Blue Crescent Girl Rc-
Evolyifs a line oxalnple of it real Girl Reserve,
By this we shall l'l'llTOIllll9l' hor, for this she does
Florence Miller "Flatt"
Vidctto Slallg Honor Society: Class Historiang Senior
Pluyg Girl Rt-scrvt-sg Clubs: Travel, First Aid
Oh! Beautiful lady with heart so true,
I We think tlie-re-'s no onv quite like you.
5534 ' Mary Miller
fig ' " Commercial
4,4 '-" " L i l
4:::5 ':"'n t llubs: St-nior Comma-rcinl, Shorthand Speed
ssrr tQ7i "a, 'P
. .yu Mary would rather hear than speak,
Q 5 Although her voice is not so weak.
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Dorothy Moeclinger Do
Give Club g
l3ot's future SOPIIIS to ho all 1lltlllllUll
'Cause sho thinks "Jim" is simply grrand.
Clubs: Girl Rc-st-rvvs, Good Manners,
Richard Morrow "Germ"
College' Prepara tory
Lincoln Hi-YQ Intramural Sportsg Clubs: Swimming,
A dentist this boy intvnds to he.
' But I'4l snrv hate having his tools touch ine.
Jelferson. M. Musser "Jeff"
Orchestra: Roosevelt l-li-Yg Intrmnural Sporisg
Clubs: Sports, Stamp
Jr-tif can play a violin in true artistic style:
To seo him swing 'that fiddle bow we'd really
walk 21 mile,
Anna Murr Neidemeyer
Clubs: Dv':111u1tiL', Current Lxlernturc
- II01' l'0lllDl0Xi0I1 is quite' ll2ll'll to bent,
To learn hor secrets wwmld he :1 :rr-nt' treat
Clubs. Famous Pllfl1lC'S, lmwl
Il01'v's :1 quiet gurl :uul shv
XX 1th il l'NX1lllxl0 111 1101 910.
, ,Fr " Clulfs: Currvnt l1lt4'l'Zltlll'l', Book
3 To ho :1 lruolckvvpel' is Juli:l's :u11bitio11,
xV0'l'0 suro the hooks will ho kvpt ill C0lldifi0ll.
du :ggi-2135. :Ei A45 S' 1
fa iffy 435 Q,
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Clubs: Svuiur C0llllll0l'Cl2ll, Flower
ICllv11 R:1i11:l1"s :1 1ll'0l1liNillg' lass
Who 1-m1l1'iln1tvs hm' hit f0NVIll'll our 1-lass.
Allan Rebman "Abd
Gln-c Clubg llltI'1llllUl'ill Sports: Clubs: Gym, Golf
A, L!'l'lllll'0l1 grant of 1l2lSNillfJ note,
I11 plnvo of Clark Gnhlo we'll give him our vote.
E. Lucille Rife
Co111111c11c0111c-11t Spvukcrg Clubs: Short Story, Books
Miss Foh1's hilllllll' now is sho:
But :1 rear-llm' sho will he.
Thomas J. Robinson :'.lolmy"
Vids-ttv Stull, lillitor-in-Clllcfg Honor Society, Vico-
Pl't'Sill0lli2 SXVillllllillg 'I'1-11111: Lincoln Hi-Y, Presi-
dent: S1-nior Play Cust: I11t1'a111u1'z1l Sports: Clubs
Reality, h1':1w11, :md ill'RlillS placed ill 0110.
This laul is surf- to find :1 place in tho sun.
George Rodgers "Ro1lg:o1's"
Illtl'lllIllll'1li Sports: Stage Craft Club
Quia-f, SIIIIVP, but not :lt :ill Hlllilll
I11 Philly with Ritz: he's often soon.
Ge1':uldi11e Royer ".I1-in
Harold Rubinson "Rllh3"'
A wa-ll d1'0ssvcl lllllll known ns lluluo to his
lVv :ill know ho stivks lllifilfy oluso to his
Clubs: S1-uior C0lIlllK'l'Cilli, Current l.itc1'ntu1'0
You know J0l'l'y Royc-1', who 'luke-N :1 gx
Was wry 0lltSlilIlliilU.'L' in i'll1'l'0l!t lito1':1l111'o
Illtl'2lllllll'ili Sports: Clubs: Slide
Harry Shaub "M:wlwf11"
Illtl'illlll.1l'Lli Sports, Varsity Track: Clubs: Truck,
Petcfs well vvrsod o11 the play lllocbetll,
But winning' tho lmlf-mile takes his ln'o:1tl1.
Victor W. Shaub 'lDuuc:1n"
Stud:-nt Council: O1'cl1vst1'z1g 'Give Club: Illtl'!ll1lllI'lIi
Sporisg Clubs: 1.1-iic1'il1g, Goll
He holds down :1 place ill fl hill-hilly bnnll,
And on llllllly ol'c:1sio11s also holds Coral' h:111d.
Orcheslrug Glee Clubg Dcbutingg Clubs: First Aid
A friend to all and free with hor wit,
And with our class slnfs inside at hit.
Videttv Stull: Clubs: Current I.ilv1':llll1'r, Senior Com-
A very small girl :ind ti quit-t lass,
Nevertllt-loss sbt-'s high in our 1-lass.
Vifleiie Stutlg Honor Society: Clubs
In Trig Jenn does excel,
yer sbt-'ll flu wc-ll.
Irvin Singer "M:l0st1'0"
Slide Rule, Fencing
Irv is :1 physics wizard who also RIIUXVS his trig.
Hero is :1 mighty atom within this world so big.
Clubs: Spanish Ain:-ricun, Current l,ilm'niur1-
Ilm'ot'l1y's friends will :ill r011m't
Thnt she is om- of the 1-lieorfnl sort.
Clubs: Current Lltl'l'1lflll'l', Senior C'lllllllI'l'Cll
Ha-1'0's the prize 'talker of the class
So they sny of this little lnss.
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f . .3 -w fam- 1:
f A, - Sha-'s one of tho shyest of ,fzirls
V f And has tho lll'l'l'lll'Sl' of 4-urls.
Sw ' L .' , " -,, f. ' C0lIlIlIOI'l'llll
S ' gn Clubs: Senior ClllllIll0l'Cl1ll, llookg Intramural Sports
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-L To c-lunwh. 'tw f'lllll'i'll. our Mirizun does go
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To soo :1 cortuill so :nnl so.
John Walter Strantz
Varsity Football: Intramural Sporlsg Sports Club
Xvillllll' is at ln
Un thc football fiold ln-'s ve-ry big :incl burly.
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Drum :und Bugle Corpg Clubs: Chess, Famous Poo
ph- ol' 'l'o1,lay
As 0lltl1'1lllll2' il stenog as ono will seo
'llhnt is what Vorn is going to ho.
tl with blonde hzxil' rnther curly,
Clubs: Nuhlro, Senior Commercial
An e-X1-ollont typist we know is sho,
So :1 Ht0ll0gl'Zl1lllK'l' wo rockon she'll bo
Sl'lllllFI' A. Ulrich
Lincoln Hi-Yg Intrnnnu'ul Sportsg Glcc Clubg Oper-
Not one mlull 1l.l.0lll0Ill' over is ours
lVln-n lnunlsmno S1'l.llll9l' rovonls his powors.
Vide-llv Stull. .Xssoviutv Adv:-rlisiug Mnmigcrg Yurs'
Sports: llnslu-tbnll, Footbullg Int1':uuu1':ll Atlllvlic
llouncilg Lincoln Hi-Y, Chaplain: Senior Play Load,
lfncully Play Castg lulrauuurnl Sportsg Clubs:
lu boih Sl'llllll' :uul I":u'ulty l'l:ly. loo,
All2lll'N 'rho hoy fllill plvzlsvcl nu- Zlllfl you.
Clydv M. xvllltlllifl' "I'1'o1"'
Orclu-slrug film- lllubg Clubs: Sliorthzuul, Photog-
Ulyllo talks-s il zfurly. allways lalkvs his tiluvi
Nvvvl' eloos lu- lllll'l'Y. that would ho :1 vriuw.
Josephine White "Jo"
Clubs: llrzuuntic, Music Appreciation
f'llGQl'flll, sweet. :lull frivmlly, too.
M' Always rc-:uly To 0llll'l'f2llll you.
Leroy Williams "Hallam-"
lntrziuulrzll Sportsg Sports Club
Leroy is iutvrostoll chic-fly iu sports:
But. for Mr. Il:11'l1':luft ho slows work of :ull sorts.
l-I Robflrt Young 'llolf'
lutr:umu'ul Sports: Clubs: Criminology, llod :md
Ill-ms ouu lmlt ol ilu- 'two young hoys,
X l.ul who Nvlillllll lllillx0S l1lllt'll nom-.
George Zook "I lov"
Intl'amul'ul Aihll-tic Council: lulraululrul Sports:
Clubs: Sports. Cl'll'llllSll'Q
Horus om' tough maui who i'2lll'l bv ho:
lbo uollnl. says I-w1i'go. "H all my iw-l.'
In memory of two classmates
WILBUR SINGLETON and ROBERT BARRICK
who were with us only a short time, but
still live in the memories of Midf1937.
JANUARY 31, 1937
ST. P.wL's BIETHODIST CHURCH
Rc-v. Frank D. LflWl"0Ili'0, Minister
Fmsmuucv 1, 1937
XVICST JIYNIUI: Hum GYMNASIUM
I+'l-11-:m'.xl:Y 12, 1937
News lhcen AUn1'r0mI'M
The Mummers March
Father Time cast his glance upon the throngs of happy people who were lined along
the curb, cagerly awaiting the parade which was slowly approaching. As the escorts
of police come into view, we notice that the first float contains a year sand-glass which
announces our Sophomore activities, meager as they Were.
The second float shows a group of small frightened girls dressed in their bes't apparel
and highest-heeled shoes, trying to appear sophisticated, but failing sadly in the attempt.
How this brings back to us our first days in Stevens High School as lowly Sophomores,
wandering from room to room, lost ill the wilderness of girls!
A sigh from the crowd causes us to gaze on the next float. In a classroom a number
of students are studying eagerly or at least 'trying to give the appearance of it. A
teacher sits at the head of the room and checks pink slips. Oh, yes, we mttst admit
that the eighth Period has a place reserved in our history just as we have often had our
places reserved for us in its period.
A 119W sand glass introduces our Junior Year. It is evident that it has just been
The next float contains an understanding teacher and a group of five girls, larger
and more contident than the sophomores. This represents our Junior Class Oflicers.
The President's part is portrayed by Beatrice Arnold, the Vice-President by Qliuth
Lamparter, 'the Secretary by Mary Miller, and the Historian by Florence Miller. Miss
Greiner is our very helpful adviser.
Japan is the setting for the next event. There are many Japanese boys and girls
on the stage, but in the center of the group there is one figure, which, i11 black with
arms crossed, s'tands out. He is "The Mikado". Some of our classmates helped in pre-
senting this successful operetta.
In the distance a float catches our eye. It appears to be covered with blue and white
crepe paper. Now as it comes nearer we see that our class colors are displayed by the
white sweaters and blue emblem of the Mid '37 Class.
The Order of the Founders and Patriots of America march before us. Leading the
group we see -our classmate Elizabeth Herrold, the winner of the coinpetitive examination
given by the group.
On the next float a choir appears-as we listen we hear the beautiful music of
Father Time smiles as he turns the glass for our Senior year and wa'tches as we
assume our role of dominating Seniors.
The next float shows an election zllltl as the ballots are counted it is discovered that
the following girls a1'e to guide our class through the last year: l'resident-Ruth Lani-
parter: Vice-Presidcnt-Ethel Bitzerg Secretary-Beatrice Arnold: Treasurer-Elizabeth
A keystone with a brightly burning torch symbolizes the National Honor Society.
Beatrice Arnold, Ethel Bitzer, Almeda Cressel, Esther Givant, Nancy Herr, Elizalietli
Herrold, Ruth Lamparter, Mabel Lynch, Florence Miller and Jean Simons represented us
in this group.
The Senior Class Play occupies the next float which shows to the crowd their many
"Growing Pains". Beatrice Arnold. Mary Greenly. Nancy Herr, Ruth Laiuparter, and
Florence Miller helped to straighten out the difficulties of high school boys and girls.
Another Glee Club presentation comes into viewg this time "l'atience" is given illltl
Again a choir helps to entertain 'the crowd of people, the lovely music of "Elijal1"
selected for this year.
A1'ound a table the Class Day, Social, Announcement, and Flower and Motto Com-
mittees are busy at Work, preparing for graduation. Before them are placed the plans
for our Senior Prom, Class Day, and Baccalaureate Services. These remain as our
The last tioat contains a year glass from which all the sand has drained. This tells
us that it is now time to depart anl to cede our places to others who are see-king their
for'tunes of education. Beyond the glass a translucent curtain hangs, we see the light
of the future beckoning us to march forward, but 'the events which are to follow relnain
unknown to us. So we prepare to leave the school which we have learned to hold in
such high esteem, the teachers who have been our patient guides, and the girls with whom
we have spent so many happy hoursg regretting that which has passed, but hopeful for
Boys' Class History
"Lives of great men all remind us.
We can make Olll' lives sublime,
And departing leave behind us,
Footprints on the sands of time."
IIo1v little value we. the t'l:1ss of Mid 15237. would have given this verse as we
gathered in the a1veso1ne immensity of the auditorium of the Lancaster Boys' High
School in February of 12234. We were j11st :1 group of some hundred od1l sophomores,
aptly termed greenies, Xvllll fel: we could never achieve a greater state of insignltlcance
it we t1'ied for a lifetime as we absor'bed the scorn of the lofty seniors who gazedlat us
from all angles.
We were d11ly installed. after a short one ho11r talk by Mr. Herr on the rules and
regulations concerning the school in general and sophomores in 1lt1l'i'it'll15ll'. in our various
home-rooms where we learned tl1e idiosyncracies of our many teachers and they in turn
tto o11r dislnayl quickly learned ours.
Our sophomore year began amid the 1nen1o1'iza':io11 of lock combinations and exasper-
ating scarchcs for rooms in unexplored regions of the building. In due time, honvever,
we mastered these and many other intracacies oi' Olll' iirst year and then our nerves being
sutliciently quieted. we began tht- flllllltllilill of friendships with fellow-students and teach-
ers that will l:1st ihreugliout life. Thus our sophomore year. interrupted only by a much
needed vacation. rollzd smoothly along as we look the eighth periods, senior orations and
other p'agues with angela- serenity. One blot marred this tirst year. Two classmates,
Robert Barrick and Wilbur Singleton were gathered in by the griln-rcapel' within a short
twenty-four hours. They were well-liked and respected by all who kne1v them and their
memory will linger with us.
Then one morning 1ve awoke with a start to and 'that we had escaped the tentacles
of failure and were HOXV kll0XVll at G. Il. Q. tthe otlicep as Jlllli0l'S. And now the here-
tofore undiscovered talent that had lain dorniant for a year began to blossom forth in
all its glory. NYC- the Class of Mid-19237 began to rise and shine in 'the orbit of school life.
Our iirst class meeting was held this semester and we organized as one body
talthuugh not as one mind! for the lirst time. The leaders chosen to guide the class
through fair wcatlier or foul during this ytar were
President ...........,.........................,....,.,...,. ..........,.., ..... , . . Harold Herr
Vice-President .,.,..,..... .,.William Henry
Secretary-Treasurer ,.... .... S aniuel Congello
Historian .......,.,..,.....,....,.... .... ....... ,............., ..............,...... .... ......., H 1 1 t ' t ild Eager
Our class colors of blue and white 1vere also selected at this time. The second semester
of this year found lll9lllll1'S of tllll' class represented in practically every phase lof school
We were greeted with several agreeable surprises during this year. Health was
added to our curriculiun as an entirely new subject in Boys' High. The band also took
on a touch of completeness as they marched forth one day in brand new jackets. Then
having had enough of Chemistry, American History aml English literature and 'they
having had enough of us we breczed through exaniiiiations once more and breathed a deep
sigh of relief when they were over.
Gee! What a thrill! We, who may accurately be termed survivors, rushed to the
coveted seats i11 the parquet to take our places as seniors. As such we entered upon the
last leg of Olll' high school life. We faced this year with mingled hope and fear. A Before
us l:1y the great. 11nknown. unexplored and llllt'lllll1l'll'l'0ti. What would be our reaction?
Happily 1ve now have the'answer anzl that answer is joyous success.
Before 1ve had time to recover fl.'lll the successive blo1vs of physics. social problems
and the Vill'i0llS advanced languages the dramatic ability in o11r class was called upon to
enhance the annual senior play "Growing Pains." Seven members of our class were cast
for various ingenius roles and ably performed to make this play o11e of the most S110-
cessful in school history. The hitherto unsuspected romantic abilities of Wallace, Robin-
son, Marple, Clemson, Huehnergarth. Eager and Herr we1'e as'tonlshingly natural in
protrayal. The glee club gave its annual production "Patience" this same semester.
Again several members of our class helped make it the success it was. Schuler Ulrich
was the never-to-be-forgotten lady-killer and Robert Ifergusun the perfect stooge.
Class officers elected te guide the destinies of Ulll' class during this year were
President ...,...,..,...........,..... ,..... . .,.. ...,...... .........,.......,.,. ...................... P 1 1 u l Marlile
Vice-President ,..,. . ....... Gerald Bowman
S0Ul'9f?l1'5' ....... ,. .. ..... Robert La ushey
Treasurer ...................,.,.....................,..... ....... . .......,...... ............ . S amuel Congello A
All too soon September of 1936 rolled 'l'0llllti and once more we turned from fancv to
the grim reality ot school life. But this time we, the n1id-senio1-,- f L H Q '
Continued on page 69
s o . . ... returned
Girls' Class Will
We, the graduating elas of Mid 1937, of the Stevens High School in Lancaster, Penn-
sylvania, do hereby ordain and establish this, our last will and testament, and by so
doing declare all previous documents null and void.
Article One: To the school in general:
Item One: To the entire body of underclassmen, we bequeath the great peace and
quiet which characterized us.
Item Two: We leave our brilliancy in Physics Class to the oncoming Seniors.
Item Three: Beatie Arnold leaves her bashfulness to all who will appear on the
Article Two: We dispose of the following individually:
Item One: Mabel Lynclfs high I. Q. we leave to the next class to take intelligence
Item Two: Billie Bitzet-'s "pctiteness" we give to Barbara Kienzy.
Item Three: Helen Diller leaves her mirror to Lil Oster.
Item Four: Florence Millers "Growing Pains" shall descend upon all bewildered
Item Five: Elizabeth Herr-old's super-special projects to someone who never does
Item, Six: We leave Ilru Frank's privilege of just-about-being-late to the next
pe1'son to have her seat in Mr. Oller's homeroom.
Item Seve11: Jean Simons gladly bequeaths her 'tshort stature" to Ruth Bigler.
I'tem Eight: Nancy Lipp bestowes upon one of our expert accountants the privilege
of counting the candy next semester.
Item Nine: To Dot Koth we leave Ruth Lamparter's famous expression-"Now
there you got something."
Article Three: We hereby appoint:
Item One: Miss Lost-h as Icgal guardian of 'tJiggers", to be assisted by Mr. Sam
Item Two: Two hyper-active sport fans as the successors to our cheerleaders.
Item Three: Dorothy Koth and Thelma Hershey to be executors of this will.
Drawn up and atlirmed this thirty-second day of December in thc year of our Lord
nineteen hundred and thirty-six.
Signed and sealed :
CLASS OF MID-1937
Boys' Class .Will
We, the Ciass of Mid 1937, shouting from the doorways of Messrs. Armstrong,
Gehman, and Rex, do proclaim the mass of printed matter below our foremost, hindmost,
and only most will and testament. Wills are usually made to be carried out when some-
thing is over or dead. That is where this will is different. The Class bf M-37 isn"t
going to die! It will carry its fine work and traditions into posterity,
Item One: We leave Mr. Eshelman's bazooka to him since it belongs to hiln in the
iirst place. fAnyway, who wants itil
Item Two: We leave to the Seniors those 'two former M-37 flashes, Blankman and
Winnerling, who will return to school in February.
Item Three: Armstrong's homeroom leaves its wide assortment of club officers,
actors, editors, presidents, athletes, and orators to any Senior homeroom willing to pay
the drayayze costs of the plaques.
Item Four: Our class, being in an extremely generous state of mind at the time and
wishing to do something really big. has decided to build a new school building Eor our
followers. This school of ours under construction and will be ready for occupancy about
next September if our men work hard enough.
-Gainor leaves his ushers uniform to Rev. Hawthorne.
-Marple leaves his girl to anyone good enough to take her from him.
-Hilton wont give us his fondness for Lombardo.
-Bicksler leaves his dancing feet to Howard Slumpf.
-The Stagecraft Club leaves its scenery for future plays.
-Ulemson's attempted humor should be given to someone who lives miles and miles
-Wallace leaves his acting ability to George Allen.
-Ilarold Herr leaves his books to Kenneth Dicely.
-Congello leaves his frankness and bubbling verbosity to William Schaeffer.
-Huehnergarth leaves his many many alibis to Jim Shreve.
Sgned and sealed 'this twentieth day of January, 1937
Class of M-37
witmessesz- Thomas J. Robinson, Esq.
HAS we, Mid-Thirty-Seven, bid farewell,
And nothing in 1he futu1'e can foretell, , -
We feel a pang within our heart
Just knowing that we mus't depart. , ,
"No more we'll hear our learned teachers tell
Of things we like to hear so well,
Of love and courage that long live,
WV1lil'h'02lL'll of us should strive to give.
"We hid you keep the flame a-burning bright,
For 'twas to us :1 guiding light
To our success and aims in life,
And overeomiug all our strife.
"As on we travel down life's rugged way,
And try to do our best each day,
We'll iight the lights. with all our night,
Till rest mines softly in the night.
"Farewell to you, dear teachers, classmates, friends,
And erm- our life-long journey ends, '
We hops that we shall meet again,
To prove our work was not in vain."
Royal Blue and White
"Nou palma sine lahorc
lNo vic-tory without lahoizj
Mid ,37 Class Song
Words and Music
by Grace Shenk
"With grateful llc-arts, we hid farewell
To thee, dear Alma Mater.
As we are passing from your doors,
Our thoughts will fondly linger.
"With pride and joy our hearts are filled'
Our dear old Alma Mater,
We thank thee for the friendships true,
And fellowships together.
"For all the knowledge that we've gained
We thank thee, Alma Mater:
And may thy teachings be a guide
Throughout our lives, forever."
THE SENIOR CLASSES OF THE LANCASTER HIGH SCHOOLS
By Aurunia R4lllN'L'l'IJI
XX'ILI.I.xM L. ,X'rr2HI,laY, Ili1'N'ta1'
uw,-gp ,,,,,,, ,..,,,AA... ,,,......,.,......,,..1 X I lun NVulluc1-
Mrx. Jlrlnlyn- ., .... Maury Juno Ilcrr
I,l'llfl'.9S0l' .... ,.,,. R lurk Alspzlcll
Tyr,-U U ...,, l7lUl'1'llCl' Millvr
liriun -. ,nlhmllc-1'l Colnlyln-zn'r
11411 U ,,... ..I'z:ul Murph'
Onuu' ,,,,,,,, ,.... I Illnrlvs Cla-nxsml
lmlph ,,,-,,,,, .... ' Flnnnrls Robinson
Mrs. I'aI1v1'sm1 ., ,,.. Ihltll l.znnp:n't1'r
lflxip ,,-,,,,.,, ..,,, I 31-My Slnlvrly
.Inna ,... A. ,.... Nancy Hvrr
Miriam -- .-.I4r'nh'icv Arnold
11411111 ,., .,.. Mary Jc-nnings
I'rndvn1-1' - ........ Alva-rin Ruln'ur
Snphiv -.. ..Vf......V ............... . lane-t Axe
Pyle ....,... ..,....,.,..,,,,.,.. R icllulwl I'Ill0lllll'l'g:ll'th
Oman' Ilncllwaltvr .Iam-t Gust
, Harold Engl-r .Iam-t Sivrl'
l'f"'fU Gllfsfs --- --- l Harold llorr Nancy Houck
Milos Hurt Maury Gm-only
Traffic OIITCPF --. ............,. .... VS 'illizun McCullc-y
Viviun ..,...... - .... BL-tty Brinkman
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filing U 13 1,6 ,.
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Associate Editor -.-
- . , -TIIOIIIAIS Robinson
-.--l". J. IIC-ckmnn
QUILL AND SCROLL
BUYS' S'I'L'lll2N'l' lI0l'NCll,
l'rz'xi1l4'nt .,... ,,,,,,,,.., ,,,, I l alrolsl llvri
l'ir'.'-l'l'4'sirlelr1 .. .... illmrlvs Clair
S1'l'I'l'flll'U ,.... ,,,.,.,..... J olm N'S'ih1lv1'
T1'vux:ll'vr ,.,.,,......, lludllvy Flnry
.lflifixrr ,.., Mr. lllurmicv Nl. lilmrsnlv
414-l':il1l lluwnlzul GI'lll'fll' Kivnzll-
I,1-Man' Finlfl' Donzllcl MCl.llll2lCllllIl
lic-nm-th H1-rsh Xvilllillll Scl1m'll'er
William KnuFl'lnan Jann-s Sllrvw-
lliclmrd Ashby Samuel Burr
Curl l-'ivkvs lluba-rt link:-
llunnld Grofl' .luhn Marion
Hobs-rt llnsknmn Franklin Scllnffm-r
llc-an Cnldwvll .lc-rry Myvrs
Clmrlrs llolzingvr Paul With-l
.lack Burr Rohn-rt .lnhnsiin
lidwanwl llc-m-dick xvilliillll l.eon:ird
John Brown Robert Norilulurft
Ji-lin Cnuler Ilulmri Slwrts
BOYS' HONOR SOCIETY
HONOR s0c1m'1'Y MEMBERS
Virc'-I'rcsir1c'nt - - -
Tl'1'Il.Vllrl'l' - .
G1-ru! d BONYIHIIH
- - . -Thomas Robinson
. .--.-.Puul Murph-
Guruld HUNYIIHIII Iluruld HL-rr
Cluu'lvs Ch-lnsnn Paul Murph-
Sannuol Ilungvllo 'l'll0lIl2iS Huhinsnn
GIRLS' HONOR SOCIETY
oi-'lflcmxs olf Hoxon socmrv
Pn-siflvnl ,,...,,..... ,.,..,,,., I If-utricv Xrnold
I'ir'4--Prvsiflent .. .vlilizuln-Iii lic-lrold
Scwrvlory ..., .... I Ruth Lalmplrhl
Ilisforian ., ...... H1-lon lf-
Sponxnr ., ,....,.,..,,..,. .Inhll S Ol
Mary Juno Kain
lill.XDlfA'l'lNfi NIIEMHIQRS OF 0RllllliS'l'll.X
.I 1-ifvrson M USSOI'
Dnnonn' Sunmzu, llirerlra-xx
42HAllUA'I'lNG MEMBERS OF GLEIE CLUB
Helen V. Ilillc-I'
l.l:mu li. NVITTIQLI.. Dirm-lm'
llvnry Iluldy llulwrt l.:lusll1-y
Huy llurning ltulu-I1 Mollu-
DRUM AND BL'GLIi CORPS
llrum Major ,,.,.,,.,,.,..,.,, Ardylhz- l,0Fm-vrv
l,ill'l'flll' AYA,, ,,,, I ,1-igzh li. VVittvll
I'rf-xiflvnl ,.,,., ,,...,,,,,,,,,,, I Roy Amir:-n s
Yir1'-l'l'4'si1l0ln' , , .,,,....,, llnrvr-y Kvrn
St'l'l't'flll'1l .,Y,,, ,,,, C llmrlcs llulzingvl'
Tl'l'flSlH'4'1' , , , . ,,,, .hum-s llrumm
Clmpluin , , , . ,Ruin-rl llncklnzm
,,.,,,,,'l'lmnms J. Robinson
idvnt , , , , . lliclxznni llllvlxm-rgzwlll
, , ,, ..,,,......, John Ulla-1'
H ,.......,. Paul Nlnrplm-
. , , ,, Allan li. Wullurv, Jr.
SIGMA IIIII lIl.l'Il
I'1vsul4'lrl Y,,,,., .,.,.,., ,
Yll'1'-l'l'l'SIl1t'Ill , , ,,,, I"lul'1-lwv Millvl'
Sm-n'lu1'f1 ,,,,, ,,,,,, N uncy II1-rr
Tl'4'llNlIll'l' .. ,.,. Maury .lnlw Kuin
, , Maury lhlckwzilivl'
I'r4'xnlvll! ,,....,,, . ,,,,,, A ,,.,,,, ,
I'i1'v-l'rexi1Ivnl , , , .
SP1'l'4'Iul'y ,,,, ,,,,,AY,,YY,YYY
Aflvixvlw . , ,. ,.l:um't liuifingio
lrvuxurer . , , ,,,,,, ,,,,., , , , ,
. Marian VS'crlle'l'
Il. Mahi-I Sllvllvy
Prvxirlvnf ......,..,...,..,.,... Ruth Laimpzirtx-r
Vim'-Prz'xifIf'nl ., ,.., Ruth FFillllll'0lU'l'
Scvrolnrg ,.,, .....,.,.. . Krlvm- G1-hr
Spnnxnr .. ..., Virginia li. XVuIhni
INTRAMUH AL COUNCIL
President ........,............,..,, Ray Gainnr
Vicf'-President ...... .... 1 Richard Black
Svrrc-tary-'I'rf'r1s11rf'1' ., ,,,, N'Villi:un H1-nry
.lm-num' liulwlllvl' Mary .lnnv Karin
Hvlty Iiluuios -lfllllil' Kvuvll
H4-Ia-ll Gzlrrisml HL-I4-n Lvvy
.luzmlw Gran-Il' Slilclrm-cl Nickvl
Nlirinm Groll' H1-lwvcn Svhlutlu-I'
Ruth Ilunnu .Iunv Smith
Ruth lf'l'a1ul1l'1-lu-1', lluphlin
ffapmin . .,..w,.Y..,.,..,.,.. .lzllnvs Slniih
Jimmy:-r .. ..........,..,.. Burleigh Ilonpvr
fiom-Inav ,, .,., Il, C. Madison, l. J. Sh-hmzm
lim-tty Barrick litlu-I Ha-innmun
Ma-riall livncllum Jam- l,mn1ml't1-1'
llurutlly Coldrcn llclen Levy
livliy Curnvlius Dorothy Luiz
.ll-an llvckzlrd Alicv Martin
Maury Ds-I.nng M4-lnnir Pollock
Jam- l':hl'll1lI't .lr-an Rim-4-r
rll1l'iNl'1' ,,.,., ........ . .... N Vin. F. Dillvr
Cupluin .,.............. ........ l lllzwlvs Gibbs
Viz-0-lfuplflin ...... .... I :unc-s Dlfllflvl'
Yir'v-fiuplrzin ....... ,..WV:n'ron Bell
S1'1'l'vh1ru-'I'l'0r1srlrv1' -. .,,..... John Iimig
SIN!!!-Wil' ..........., ...Junws .l. Nm-ly
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BEN S. I-IARNISH
916 N. CHRISTIAN STREET
PRINTER OF THE "VIDETTE"
gl-L2 L. B. HERR 8: SON
' for your needed requirements in
Stationery, Fountain Pens, and Pencils,
Blank Books, Books, Printing
46-48 WEST KING STREET
They supply the schools with all they need. They can supply you
Tour Better Gifts
pi! 'Your Standard School Ring
i Prizes and Trophies
Watches and Watch Repairing
Service and Satisfaction Shop At
ZOOICS JEWELRY STORE
l so NORTH QUEEN STREET
Let Us Serve You
Black Magic Anthracite Coal
Shell Fuel Oil
RALPH W. COHO
22 West Chestnut Street
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AFTER THE SHOW il Enjoy that Bite to Eat
SHAFFNER JEWELRY STORE
24 WEST CHESTNUT
M. A. SHAFFNER r ROBERT s. REAM
"Two Doors from the Post Office :- Just as Reliable"
SWELL HAMBURGS 1 CHOCOLATE MILK
Meet the Gang at
BRANSBYS DINER - South Prince Sheet
DELICIOUS OYSTERS FRENCH FRIES
"jewelry of the Better Sort Since I8Q3N
J. F. APPLE COMPANY, INC.
Manufacturers of the standard rings and pins for the
Lancaster High Schools.
Be sure your ring or pin has the Apple mark which carries
a permanent guarantee.
FRED ROUF'S SONS
601 SOUTH QUEEN STREET
LANCASTER, PA. '
"You Get the Flowers
You Like, 'You Like the
Flowers 'You Get."
Tes, We Make Corsagcs Phone 212814
DON'T NEGLE CT YOU R TEETH S"EC'?J5H'ZiEf'2!f,T,ES,'g"GH
DR. LAW -- DENTIST -- successor to DR. FRIEDLANDER
64 NORTH QUEEN STREET
May 'Your School Days Be Happy
JAMES H. ROSS
18 East King Street Lancaster, Pa.
B O W Nl A N S
1-1. 1 DUKE ar CHESTNUT
I PARKER .. wA1-cr-4Es
WATERMAN PENS " PRIZE TRoPr-rrEs
I I L ', ,
LANCASTER BUSINESS COLLEGE
Secretarial, Accounting, Stenographic Courses for High
School Graduates and College Students
Individual Advancement. Free Placement Service
New classes are formed each Monday.
For catalog, address: Registrar, 48 North Queen Street, Lancaster, Pa.
" You'll like 'em
Boys, theyre great."
New color, new leathers, new shapes . . . Shaub's quality
and fit. Every pair a headliner. Come in and try them on.
SHAUB'S SHOE SHOP
18-20 no. queen street
U lx ,
PENN DAIRIES, INC. :: :Q Wm' Gm
Producers of ll 0
nu tl Can be as fine as the
P E Sentiment that Prompts
wr . .
Quality Responsible for Its Popularityx It If you buy Here
II ll .
VITAMIN D MII-K gg 1: M. Norman Balr
A better milk with increased Jeweler
,,,,,,i,i,,,,a,,,,,,,,e I54 EAST KING STREET
I, II Parker Pens 8- Pencrls Brcyeles
00m,nf,w.f8 I 55 SHENK BROTHERS
Of Sporting Goods 595 Toys
W- W. M ALEY I: :I 30-32 west King sneer
H Spalding Reach
LAN Mrller 8 Hartman
:Low A '
4' :219l'5W f -.
' K 5! I
f ff--"" E' lg-T is
1 gif ,Irv fl
fl ' if ,iff af
I 5:.rh' ,..:- .,- . .
Jacobs' Shirt Shop
ON THE SQUARE
Newest in Men's Wear
CLYDE H. COOPER
154 North Queen Street
Free Delivery Anywhere
Specialists in Sculptured
Bobs and Perlnnnant Waves,
Finger Wave and Marcello
Waves to Fit Your own Typo
E. S. BARBER, Prop.
Phone 2 S908
l42 East King Street
Come On, Students, Let's
Support Our "TEAM"
Before and After the Game
Meet the Gang
240 West Orange Street
FRED F. GROFF, INC.
WEST ORANGE ST. AT 234
ls to Give You Up to:thefminute
Drug Store Service
J. A. Miller Co., Inc.
56 North Queen Street
BOYS' CLASS HISTOR l'-continued from page 45
tu- svltool :tru lurzls ova-1' alll. We wort- tops. livc-1'y key pnsitiml in sc-html mmf: nntlvr tho
3.C'llilllllll'0 of some lllilllliltll' of our 1-lass.
Ilzlmhl IIv1'1' czlpzuhly multi-tzllocl thc- "nlzy's" :intl "XVlll'l'00f.H" of the Stnmh-nl t'onnm'il
with 1':1nl Mzxrplv and Gvmlcl Bnwnnln :lhly assisting hiln.
Tllonms I'l0ilil1SUl1 wus zlppoilitecl lixlitrrx'-Iii-t'l1i4-f of tho Vicluttt- illlti is to ho unn-
llwmletl for his oxcollvnt work. Ho was given vnluzllrlo Slllllltlfl hy llnruhl lialgmx Pan!
Murplv. Allan XVZIHRIUK' and Ric-11:u'd IIl1vl1x1e1':1:1i'th.
The Honor Soviety was equally well lllilllilfllli hy lll0!llilf'l'N of um' 1-hiss. Gvrultl How-
nnln wats its presitlvllt. with 'l'illllliFlS lie.luin4::n :le Vifl'-1ll'l'Sitit'1li. .tml l':u1l Biilfllit' aw
St't'l't1llll'y. Utlwr 1111-111lwl's from mn' vlalss xvt-ro II:n-nhl Iil'l'l', Snnnn-l Uongelln, Hnrulcl
liuhinson, and Ullnrles CIPIIISUII.
In ntlllvtivs too. mn' c-hiss was mul tu ho clvniocl. with t'1':111u-r. Walllalcv. Ilalhly
Horning. Luuslivy. Mamtlwllzi :intl Mvntzvr t'lll'l'yillj.Z' on in fuutlnanll :intl lmwlivtlunll. The
unnu.-xl f'ill'iNfl1l5lS 1l1'01.!l'Illll K'lll'l'i0li out in l'lPlljllllt'li0ll with thv svnimn' vlnxw was :x 1.'fl'Pllf
silt-ce-ss and its lll0lll'I'y will forever linger with ns.
Then nzuno eamls. pllotognziplms, omtwirul 1-cnlnttlstx :tml iinnl l'XIlIll4 svrvc-rl to rm-lniml
ns that g:1':ulu:1tio11 was :it hand. Quickly ill stu-vossioii followed rho B:u-vlllalreattv sermon
:viz St. I':1nl's Mvrlnulisl l'llll1'2'll. the- f'ti1lllllOlll'0llll'iii vxs-rm-isq-R att which time tho
four 0l'2li0l'S of our class. Ilarolxl Ile-rr, Paul Mztrplv. II:11'old liuhinrmn :tml Allan Wul-
lawv, were :1c'4'o1'cletl due l1o11o1': and iinzllly wo Sillfllli 'tho vrmviiing sovinl vvvnt of mn'
4-lnss, the Senior Prom amid :1 swim of splemlor :xml gznioty.
At lzlst the C'lIl'!ilill has been rung down on tho llfillllll of mu' high school days, 1lnyS
wo will ftll'0VE'l' crltwisli dm-11 i11 our lu-arts with their joys. tht-ir sm'rows :intl their :u'l1ivve--
nie-nts. I11 1l2l1'fillS, may we ever strive to livt up to this uolmlv Ylllllillllllll. "Ll-'i ns he mon
55' APPEL WEBER 55
M A Store Devoted to the
55 Better Gifts in jewelry
QE 40 NORTH QUEEN STREET QE
H F. METTFETT 8 BRO. Rememberff Il
if Northern Market House when you need Dairy Products
ll ' ll
II n-mc1s4m1ss Free mlimy Sylvan Vlew H
:I . To appease that after theatre ll
EE For Quahty or dance appetite
gg Seafood, Fruit 8 Vegetables Sylvan VIEW lf
Hager E99 Bro. Inc.
25-31-West King Street
Ofhcial Photographer for "Vidette"
Ask to see our Portrait Extraordinary-
The Picture that looks like an etching.
Special prices on Dozen lots
Photograph Studio, Second Floor
Franklin Sz Marshall
Complete four-year course of
study lending to the degree
of A.B., B.S., and B.S. in
Adequate training for stu-
dents preparing to enter Med-
ia-nl and Engineering Schools
:tml for Commercial Chem-
Course in Economics und
Business Administration in
1ll'0DIll'llll0ll for business life.
Full rt-quircinents for State
Pertiticnte to teach in High
John A. Schaeller, Ph.D., Se.D.
New lfackenthal Laboratories
-A ---- ---A-A ---- :nc-A:
37 N. QUEEN ST.
Fountain Pens, Pencils,
Note Books, Note Papers and
Other School Supplies.
Altar the Su You
Game at the
Cor. Chestnut 8: College
YI Designers, Illustrators 11
Compliments II li
5: and Engravers 1:
of il A 55
BRICKER'S 1: 11
QE School and College
MH-un--A AAAA -Au ll Work a Specialty 1:
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COLONIAL THEATRE ll II
Featuring Hits From The Conestoga
d' P d l .
Lea mg to mrs .I Photo-Engraving Co. ll
Netro-Goldwyn-Mayer lj . jj
United Artists lj 336 W' K"'9 St' jj
Paramount -- Fox Q: LGHCHSNF, PH- Q:
J. M. rusnnmamgef Il P.O.Box1062 om 2-sono
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Tl1ere's a Style to Our Hats
Demandecl by Style Setters!
C llege Park 53.50
I The Clipper S3 85
l Dunlap S5
I Knox S5 -- S10
EAST KINE ET. AT 2E ESU
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