Tredyffrin Easttown High School - Yearbook (Berwyn, PA)

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K Editor-in-Chief MARIAN SMITH Assoriate Editors Art Editors Business M ana ger IAMES HEAGY VIRGINIA SUPPLEE ARTHUR MCGINNES LUCETTA MOYER LAWRENCE HINES CHARLES MEOLI Advertising Managers Sales M anagers Typist: I 5 Faculty Advisor ROBERT WOOLSTON WILLIAM PERRY MOLLY SOHWERDTFEOER IOHN FEDORA MARGARET POLLOCK ESMARELDA D. KIRKPATRICK DEDICATION .,....,.. AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF ALL ABOUT Us ,. , Qlnutents 1933 ,... ... BIOGRAPHIES OF THE MEMBERS OF THE CLASS. . , SCHOOL CALENDAR ,. . AUTOGRAPHS , . . . , SPONSORS ....., CLASS MEMBERS .. ACTXVITIES .,..... PLAY ,............ , . T. E.'S VARSITY TEAM S ..., Pictures i Y. --. M 'Ti 'fx It U xr 1 l . cw' AJ-fl' xi' i "Today," is done, four years-You have only ground one or two facts of your great human diamond, leaving marvelous possibilities, untold wealth hidden within you. "Tomorrow," begins unnumbered years- YOU begin by reading, studying, improving, and preparing yourself to seize the coveted opportunity when it comes. This will give you power, self-reliance, and not only self-respect, but the respect of your fellows and the public. MARY L. DUNLAP. f4.f- f J bm E f DEDICATION In recognition of the invaluable assistance rendered to us during our high school career, we, the class of '33, dedicate this YEAR Boox to MRS. MARY LEHMAN DUNLAP and MR. CHARLES H. WISE You are soon to leave your first Alma Mater. Opportunities for advancement in your life are many and varied. You must accept, unflinching and fearlessly, the challenges the world offers if you are to emerge victorious. All this means increased responsibilities, but success and happiness come only to those who are willing to pay the price. Your task is before you. Do not shirk! CHARLES H. WISE. 1. Page four I . J . . , 'X f" .LTWLL ,a l l Cfkuinllingrzxplyg nf 1112 Gllasa nf '33 HEN, in September, 1929, one hundred twenty-seven of us entered T. E. H. S. as "Freshmen," there were few who found the manifold tasks too difficult although they included English, Algebra, Civics, Science, Latin, and Business Methods. , As the year advanced we paused in the midst bf earnest activity for the Christmas and Hallowe'en parties which taught us to enjoy more fully the comradeship of our fellow students. Then it seemed but a brief interval before the ordeal of "mid-years" and "finals" had been successfully met and the one hundred thirteen of us left assumed a new title, "Sophomores.', The knowledge and experience we had already acquired enabled us to make further gains through class as well as individual initiative. We chose as our officers: Iames Heagy, President, Florence Dovey, Secretary, Della Thompson, Treasurer. The excellent leadership they afforded welded us even more closely together. Individual ability was evidenced by Sophomore membership in the Dramatic Club and Eustfrin Staff, while the power to think was augmented by new branches of endeavor: Geometry, French, Typing and Stenography. Some members of the class were rewarded for their hard work by a trip to the Philadelphia Zoological Gardens while, of course, too, the holiday seasons each brought appropriate revelry. Ultimately, however, came the sad necessity, "exams," which this time reduced our ranks to eighty-seven. The third year brought with it the realization that we were beginning the last half of our academic career. Consequently we attacked each new problem with a vim. We chose Theodore Lamborn, President, Iames Heagy, Vice-Presidentg Florence Dovey, Secretary, and Della Thompson, Treasurer. 4 As "Iuniors" life proved even more interesting. We were introduced to Physics, Bookkeeping, and Algebra. There were more extra-curricular activities, additional parties, and a trip to Brandywine. But the greatest minute was the one that brought us Class Rings as an emblem of proficiency in school work, and to serve in after life as a souvenir of T. E. ' . ' More examinations, then all too soon we became "highly esteemed 'Seniors'." At once, far greater problems than any we had previously faced, presented themselves. To graduate we must acquire vast knowledge, to fulfill our other desires money was a requisite. These needs were equally difficult to gratify. Furthermore, time to participate in a still greater variety of extra-curricular activities had to be found. In deference to the executive ability he had previously demonstrated, Theodore Lamborn was again elected to lead us. Wilbur Haarde was made his assistant, while Florence Dovey kept the records and Lucetta Moyer handled our mercenary affairs. Keenly do we appreciate the strenuous efforts made by the taxpayers in our commu- nities as well as by our families to maintain, in spite of financial stress, our usual high level of educational facilities. Due to their sacrifices both work and recreation progressed with comparative ease' More freedom was ours but there was more to do. Chemistry and Advanced Business Training required careful study. Suppers, bakes, candy selling, dances, parties, and moving picture benehts had to be carried on in an effort to create greatly needed funds. "The Odd Iob Man," the annual play, was produced in splendid fashion. lt, indeed, proved a decided financial help to us. The final days saw a Gymnasium Exhibition, a Musicale, Class Day, and-"exams." At last, those of us who had proved our merit received an inspiring, an entertaining, a profitable reward-a glorious three-day sojourn in our nation's capital, Washington. When we returned it was to Commencement-the culmination of hopes, the abate- ment of fears: Success. Page five 0112155 G9ffiner5 President . . . ,.,.. THEODORE LAMBORN Vice-President ..,. .,... W ILBUR HAARDE Secretary . , . .... FLORENCE DOVEY Treasurer . ...,. LUCETTA MOYER Class Flower CRIMSON RAMBLER ROSE Class Molto NSUCCESS REFLECTS EFFORTH Scholastic Honor Roll ANNA MAY DELARUE AVERY OKIE MARIAN SMITH WILBUR HAARDE LUCETTA MOYER CHARLES CLEAVER 'GI IMELY c' -I FFORT P' 4 ERALDS UCCESS Qllzuas uf 1933 Holm C. Q-Alleua Football 123, 153, Captain 1433 Field Day 153. " We have met the enemy and they are ours." Cap is our fun-loving football captain. His accomplish- ments on the gridiron rival those in his class activities. lt is, however, his love for jokes that surmounts all else. That artificial rose of Iohnls has caused a great deal of laughter, and perhaps a little chagrin among the girls. Louisa Sane tvlnderson Basketball Captain 1-l3q French Club 143: Secretary of Dramatic Club 143: Orchestra 143: Chorus 143. "A pleasing countenance is no Chicky joined us just this welcomed into our ranks. Her her popu- immediately lar while her athletic ability Nothing we could say c good pal jane really isl 6Betty Senior Supper Committee 143: "Doing good is the only During our Sophomore year, head, came from Kansas City and became one of us. Since then her friendly participation in everything that goes on has won her an enviable place in all our hearts. Betty's interests lean toward the domestic arts and she can nearly always be found actively engaged in them. Edwin QP. aszaff, gf. Football 123. 153: Industrial Arts Club 123. 153: lland 123, 1533 Track 123. "A quiet chap who does his work and does noi lullq abou: it." Ed came to us in his Sophomore year from Missouri. but you don't have to "show,' things to him-the fact is, Ed can prove them to you with little difficulty. His excellent vocabulary brought many of us down to shameful defeat in Commercial Law arguments. Why not enter the Bar, Ed? We'll recommend you to prospective clients. a gay little red C. Q-Arvel GBlotter1berger Class Vice-President 133: A. A. Vice-President 153: A. A. Presi- dent 1-l3: llasketball 1l3. 123. 153. Co-Captain 1-l3: Varsity Letter Club 153, 143: lndutrial Arts Club 133, 143: Field Day 133: Perfect Attendance 113: Band 1l3. 123. 153. 143: Track 123. 153: Chorus 1.53. 143: Monitor 143. "1 could a tale unfold." Blake proved his executive capabilities as President of the A. A. His athletic prowess made him conspicuous on the basketball court. But it has been his ability to be ll "good fellow" that has been evident throughout these four years. Page fel 1 ll Page eiglii . Eleanor fl. GBrown Chairman of Senior Hake Committee 1495 Cafeteria 149. "The laughter of girls is and ever was among the delightful sounds of the earth." If you have a bad case of the blues, hunt up Brownie and you won't have 'em long, for her laughter is contagious. Brovvnie's sympathy and interest in human nature will greatly aid her as a nurse. 6Raymond QA. 6Brown Dramatic Club 1i9, 159: Treasurer 1495 French Club 1493 lnduztrial Arts Club 129, 1393 Halloween Play Cast 159: Perfect itttt-nclaiice 159: Chorus 159. "For wliat I will, I will and tlze1'e's the end." Brownies grin is characteristic of the chap whom nothing ever worries and for whom nothing seems too difficult. Snapper is always looking for a good time, especially if the "fairer sex" is connected. His career as a carpenter will, we hope, be very successful. -I 5. Sllelson Cannon oothall 129, 159: Basketball 139: Varsity Letter Club 159: A ia. Play Cast 149: Typing Awards 129: Stenographic Awards -. 9: llake Committee 149: Orchestra 119, 129. 159, 149: Hand 1l9, 91-9. 159, 1491 Chorus 159, 149: Perfect Attendance 129, 139. "Make the most of the day." Nelson is in life as truly an "Odd Iob Man" as he was in the annual play. To him kindness and care of others is part of each dayls Work. Thomas flames Capriola Football 119, 149: baseball Manager 149: Varsity Letter Club 149: Industrial Arts Club 1l9. 129, 1.39, 149: Seaior Supper Committee 149: Field Day 119, 129, 1393 Monitor 149. "A friend to everyone." For four years Tom has been aiding us with his prac- tical mind. Always his "special racer" proudly displays the Garnet and Gray. Tom is usually found boosting candy sales and literally pushing our train to Washington. Charles CB. Cleaver, Hr. lidustrial Arts Club 159: Annual Play Cast 149: Monitor 149: Senior Dance Committee 149. "Wl1ateuer he did, he did with so much ease." Charlie's beautiful golden locks are the only things about him that bespeak the raving poet he turned out to be. He must be welcomed home with much pride at the end of each month. What a record-breaker, that report cardl CD. Leslie Collier Track 159, 149: Field Day 139: Industrial Arts Club 159: Senior Hake 149. "mind still he dreams." Les came to us in his Iunior year from Atlantic City High School. He is a quiet unassuming young man, whose chief interest seems to be that Ford of his which demands so much overhauling. Leslie, we understand, has quite a "way" with the ladies. 47 ' ff il! Q-Annie Lydia Comins Dramatic Club 142: Typing Awards 122, 132: Stenographic Awards 142: Senior Supper Committee 142: YEAR Book Staff 142: Easlfrin Staff 142: Field Day 112. 122: Chorus 122, 152, 142. "The most agreeable of companions." Annie's diligence is only one of her merits for her optimism has been a blessing to '33. She is a most depend- able worker-the motto "Be prepared" is already hers. Howard Leslie Cornish President Dramatic Club 142: Annual Play Cast 142: Hallowe'en Play Cast 132: Christmas Play Cast 142: Etliifflil Stall 142: Chorus 132, 142: Band 112, 122, 132, 142: Orchestra 112, 122, 152. 142. "And best of all along the way, Friendship and Minh." It's the smile that helps to endear Les to his classmates. Ierhaps the "sax" helps, too, for our Romeo surely can blow the "blue notesf' No wonder he is always in demand! J Cssie SVI ae Crosby Girls' Track 122, 132: Stenographic Awards 132. 142: Field Day 1l2, 122. 132: Orchestra 122, 152, 142: Chorus 1l2, 152, 142. "Whose music is zhe gladness of the world." When wgbmention typing we always think of Essie. However, it is not only in her studies but in athletics as well that she has proven outstanding. Her jolly disposition and vivacity have stood her in good stead and helped us through many "mental depressions." Some day we expect Essie to be welcomed at T. E. for a piano recital. "Robert H. CDavidson Football 142: Dramatic Club 142: Christmas Play Cast 142: Senior Henerit Committee 142: Perfect Attendance 132: YLAR Book Staff 142: Eusllrin Staff 142. "My mind to me an empire is." Chief among Bob's many skills is his talent for expres- sing himself. He is, indeed, adept in the use of both the spoken and the written word. Although he seldom takes anything but his "Lizzie', and "Les f'illes" too seriously, Bob always warrants the im- pression of efficiency which his presence creates. Q-Anna Way Stevenson 6De La "Rue A. A. Recording Secretary 142: French Club 132: President 142: Dramatic Club 152: Annual Play Cast 142: Eustfrin Statf 122: Perfect Attendance 122, 132. 142: Chorus 152, 142. "The blessing of the earth is toil." Anna May with her outstanding scholastic ability has been a real help when facts were scarce and demands for them numerous. Whether it was in class meeting or in a social group, her clear reasoning often brought light. And can Dellie camp?-lust ask her if she likes Qfllfred CDill Industrial Arts Club 132. 142: Dramatic Club 122. 132. 142: Stage Manager for Christmas Play 122. 142: Senior Bake Committee 142: Senior Supper Committee 142: Field Day 1l2, 122, 152: Perfect Attendffnce 122: Track 152. "Worry was never worthwhile." Dilly, the "Filibusterer," is always ready with a ques- tion that will prevent the teacher's asking him one. Although Otto takes kidding good-naturedly, he always has an answering sally. spiders. Page nine i J 3 Xvi QV 9' 9' dl jg N W J ' ij U ' is 0 rjlulv X l H QX, J Page ten Eleanor 5VIay CDixon French Club 1455 Dramatic Club 129, 131, 145g Orchestra 1lJ, 121, 132, 14jg Chorus 133. 1-U3 YEAR Book Staff 14jg Field Day 12j. "Gentle to hear, lqindly to judge." Peggy's accomplishments are the just rewards of dili- gence and thoroughness. Eleanorls heart glows with friend- ship and her gay camaraderie has been one of ,33's blessings. Quiet manners coupled with kindness will win her many friends in her college life. '- Florence L. Toney Class Secretary 1lj, 122. 15j, 1433 Corresponding Secretary ot A. A. 1-U: Dramatic Club 1493 Annual Play Cast 1-ll: Stenographic Awards 155. 147: Senior Bake Committee 1-lj: Chorus 137, 1-ij. "A tall and stately lass is she With heart chock full of jollityf' Florence is one of our most popular Seniors. In her every activity she has proved her ability and leadership. Although you wouldn't think it, K'Bright-Eyes" is really studious. Edwin F. Srwin Basketball 145: Industrial Arts Club 145. "We live today, who cares for tomorrow?" Eddie came to us this year and soon adjusted himself to our jolly group. A fascinating "Eastern sho", accent together with a great ability to talk keep him surrounded by an admiring audience. Mischief, however, seems to be his main forte for the girls tell us that he is an accomplished tease. Holm Fedora Typing Award 123: Stenographic Award 153, 1453 YEAR Book Stall 1-lj. "Calmnes.r is a great advantage." Iohn, we believe, is destined to be a future golf champion, at least he can always be found discussing approaches and puts. His quiet and mannerly ways around the classroom fail to bespeak the liveliness and joviality that mark him in a crowd. GRuby Sleanore Fippard Stenographic Awar.l 1-lj: Senior Benefit Committee 1-H: Senior Supper Committee 1-ll: Senior Hake Committee 141. "We love thy sweet simplicity." Ruby's quiet inexplicable charm radiates. Consequently her social achievements reach, indeed, high. Sally possesses, too, a rare ability to adjust herself to any circumstance. We donlt know whether it's the blond hair or the blue eyes, but the opposite sex surely does hover about her. Qeorge WI. Ford, Hr, Industrial Arts Club 122, 139, 1-lj: Field Day 112: Perfect Attendance 135. "Harm sorrow! Care'll lqill a eat." Fordy is about the most carefree, the most easy-going member of our class. At present we are in a quandary as to who is causing all that extra mileage on his speedometer. George plans to be a mechanic and a good one he should make, unless he forgets to go to work in the mornings. Esther C. Frey Dramatic Club Q-ll: Senior Supper Committee H73 Chorus 12,5 Student Librarian Q-lj: Cafeteria Q-lj. "Small service is true service." Tubby is the Senior housekeeper. She is always engaged in her Practical Arts work, although she gladly finds time to brighten one's way. Esther just seems to bounce from one place to anotherg she is always on the go. This is due to her willingness and ability to make our Senior projects a success. CBernice 4-Alta Qise A. A. Treasurer Q-ll: Assistant Treasurer QD: Typing Awards Q-ljg Stenographic Awards Uh. HJ: Perfect Attendance til. QZJ. "System is the root of eHieiem'y." Gisey's commercial experience plus her ability should carry her far up the business ladder. Although activities, that center around the A. A. books in Room 10, keep her constantly engrossed in T. Efs financial worries, Bernie arranges to find time for her favorite pastime, deciding what she does not like to eat. Qorotby Elma Qlisson Cafeteria HJ: Student Librarian Q-ll: Senior Supper Committee Q-U: Senior Bake Committee HD. "With quiet smile she zvends her way." Elma is our real brunette. Her quiet manners, winning ways have not been unrewarded for everyone is her friend. Sis's efficiency as a home maker asserts itself in the gracious way in which she receives her guests at class teas. However, her great ambition is to be a head nurse and to fulfill it she hopes to enter Germantown Hospital in the fall. fRobert F. Qoeble Football 123, 131. HD: Varsity Letter Club QZJ. 155. HJ: Industrial Arts Club llj, QZJ, 131, Q-lj: Annual Play Cast Q-lj: Track ill. fill. 131: band HJ, 127. OJ, HJ: Choruu 157, HJ: Monitor HJ: Noon Program Committee Cell: Field Day GJ. "Rare compound of frolir and fun, io relish a joke, and rejoice at a pun." Bob is a leader in everything from football to acting. His determination to play "the game" to the end and to play fairly have always been in evidence. Consequently he has won the respect of all who know him. Frederick Wilbur Haarde Class Vice-President HJ: Basketball QZJ. 131, HJ: French Club C-lj: Varsity Letter Club Q-ll: Dramatic Club HJ: Hallowe'en Party Committee HJ: Field Day 157: Perfect Attendance 123: Chorus HJ, HJ: Orchestra Qflj: Track 129. QSJ. Q-lb. "Knowledge is power." Will is probably best known to us for his musical performances though his accomplishments in class and in athletics are far from meager. Someday we may have the opportunity of hearing our Will lead his own orchestra. He wants to. Holm GP. Hadfield lndustrial Arts Club C431 Field Day QU. 125, QM: Track Ui. "To live long, il is necessary to live slowly." Iack's weakness for Model T Fords is a constant source of amusement to the rest of us. Perhaps we shall some day find him in a beautiful new one. lack accepts either work or play when it presents itself. He enjoys most shop activities, and whenever it is possible, he engages in them. lack prefers to have his good times with a crowd of just boys. Perhaps he's a little bashfulP Perhaps! Page eleven Q A and Page Iufr'l1'c' 6Robert Qordon Hanley Basketball 111, 121, 151, 141: Baseball 111, 151, 141: French Club 141: Varsity Letter Club 151, 141: Dramatic Club 121, 151, 141: Christmas Play Cast 121: Halloween Play Cast 151: Chorus 151, 141: Euslfrin Staff 121: Yuma Booic Staff 141: History Award 151. "Look out-he puts up a good argument." The. American Bar Association will one day welcome a barrister whose fame as an orator has travelled far beyond T. E. Gordy will get there. Where? Anywhere that requires unstinted effort to reach. 9VIcLeard Haynie Football 111, 121, 151. 141: Track 151: Baseball 111, 151: Varsity Letter Club 111, 121. 151, 141: Industrial Arts Club 151, 141: Field Day 111, 121. 151. "First of all in the fray." Mick is one who can always be depended upon for a stellar performance on the gridiron. Although he is one of the speediest on a Held, in his studies-well-he just takes his time. games F . H eagy Class President 121: Chorus 151, 141: Band 141: Orchestra 111, 121, 151, 141: YEAR Home Business Manager 141: Student Council 121: Track 141: Senior Supper 141: Senior Hake 141. "What more than mirth would mortals have?" Our talented violinist possesses a rare sense of humor and can generally be found entertaining some :appreciative group. We predict an increase in "illness" among the fair sex when "Rubinolf" is practicing medicine in the town. Florence .WI ae Heine Dramatic Club 141: Stenographic Awards 151, 141: YEAR Hook Staff 141: liustfrin Staff 141: Chorus 141. "As well out of the world as out of style." Mae is a dainty little miss who knows what the well- dressed girl should wear and wears it. However, all her time can not be spent in the pursuit of fashion for slie Hnds ample opportunity to do her work well. games Edward Hensell Basketball Manager 141: Typing Awards 151: Stenographic Awards 151, 141: lftlilfllli Staff 151: Field Day Events 151. "Sincere in all his doings." Ed is a quiet amiable fellow who is more likely to be seen than heard. However, though reticent, he is quite capable of making a pertinent remark when the occasion arises. Success in business surely awaits one with his capa- bilities and manners. H. Lawrence Hznes Class Vice-President 121: Baseball Manager 151: French Club Vice-President 141: Varsity Letter Club 151: Dramatic Club 121. 151, 141: Christmas Play Cast 121: Halloween Play Cast 151: Yi-.AR Book Staff 141: Chorus 151: Eusffrin Staff 141: Perfect Attendance 121. "So much Can one man do- That does both act and know." In the classroom Larry is the soul of seriousness-play is allowed only in its proper time. But after class? Well, his eyes bespeak mischief! Henry Lee Holmes Football 122, 152. 142: Baseball 112, 152, 142: Varsity Letter Club 142: Industrial Arts Club 142. ' "Be silent and safeg silence never betrays you." Leels athletic prowess has helped win many of T. E.'s victories but in-has been courtesy and geniality that have added most to his popularity. Lee's activities in the Industrial Arts Club will stand him in good stead in his chosen career. As he quaintiy expresses it-his hobby is "downing," CBurton W. Houston French Club 142: llraniatic Club 152, 142: 11alIowe'en Play Cast 152: Orchestra 112, 122, 152, 142: liand 112, 122, 152, 142: Chorus 152' 142' "The one who loves and laughs must :ure do well." Perhaps it is because Bud is a musician that he is temperamental. Many moods are his, but a rather serious one best characterizes him. He is an unfailing patron of our Senior dances, when his Sax is not blending its tones with those made by the other Richmond Melody Boys. Slflaurice Stanley Houston French 142: llranialic Club 142: Senior Dance Committee 1421 Chorus 112, 152, 1-12:Track 112. 122. 152: Hand 112. 122. 152, 142. "He danced, I say, right well." Maurice is the social light of our class. lt is only when dances, parties, and picnics are in the wind that he is in his glory. However, Maurice has ambitions which surpass mere merrimentg indeed he aspires to be a banker. Harry Haffe Football 152, 142: French Club 142: Field Day 122. 152: Track 152. "He has brains and uses them." lat1e's jokes and antics are an important source of class humor. However, he has not spent all his time in joviality for he has seriously realized the necessity of learning. Never any exams has Harry failed! Sarah Haife Dramatic Club 152, 142: Typing Awards 152: Stenographic Awards 152, 142: liaxzfrin Statl 142: Chorus 142: Annual 1'lay Ticket Committee 142. "How doth the little busy bee improve each shining hour?" Sarah is the one girl who doesn't always want the proverbial last word. ln fact, so congenial is she, that it is seldom she expresses a dissenting word regardless ol' what the suggestion may be. Even to lessons, Sarah agreed: each was methodically finished. Holm CDudley johnson Basketball 112, 122. 152. 142: Co-Captain 142: Varsity Letter Club 152. 142: Industrial Arts Club 112. 122. 152, 142: Iiasllrm Staff 152, 142: Chorus 152, 142: Perfect Attendance 152: Monitor 142. "To friendship every burdc'n'x light." Dud has starred constantly on the basketball court. Yet his athletic activities have never interfered with his being a good student. Persevcrance will tend to make Dud's career successful. Page Ilziriem tx.-,.a. 5.5. ' If -2--f V 1. ' 1 Page fourteen Theodore C. Lambom, Hr. Class President 151, 141: Football Manager 151: Varsity Letter Club 151: Halloween Play Cast 1215 Typing Awards 141: Steno- graphic Awards 141: Orchestra 111, 121, 151, 1415 Band 111, 121, 151, 141- "There is no substitute for rineere earnestnersf' "Theo," our Class President is a favorite with all of us. His sane practicality has kept us from tumbling into many pitfalls. Indeed, it has been the courage and perseverance of our leader that have kept us fighting and winning when conditions seemed most black. CBeatrice Lewis Basketball 121, 151, 141: YEAR Book Staff 141: Track 121, 151: Captain 121, 151: Cafeteria 141: Field Day 111, 121, 1511 Leaders' Club 121. "Thy m0deszy'r a candle to thy merit." Bea's sense of responsibility has made her one of the most conscientious of our class members. Yet often she unbends from her qulet dignity to join in a fit of merriment. Surely her determination warrants success in all her undertakings. Florence Kyle Lewis Basketball Manager 141: Dramatic Club 141: Stenographic AW1lI'4lS 151, 1411 lia.vtfrt'n Stall 141: Cheer Leader 141. "Let gentleners my strong enforcement be." "Flossy" can best be introduced to you as one always busy, ever finding pleasure in work. She is envied by many of her sex for possessing the Haming head of curly hair which has won for her another nickname, "Torchy." Warren Ssler Slflathews Class Vice-President 121: lntlustrial Arts Club 151, 141: Chorus 151. 141: Senior Motto Committee Chairman 141. "There is no poliey like politeness." Have we a tall gallant Senior? Yes, sirl Warren Mathews, he is. As a chemist he is outstanding but his ambitions seem to lie along the line of Practical Arts. Con- fidentially, we think he ought to be a makeup specialist for Halloween performers. eflrthur GP. .?JWcQinnes, Sr. Football Manager 141: Basketball 151, 141: A. A. Nominating Committee 141: French Club 141: Varsity Letter Club 141: Dramatic Club 121, 151, 141: Industrial Arts Club 111, 121: Hallowe'en Play Cast 151: Senior Bake Committee 141, YEAR Boox Staff 141. "Acmmp!i.vhment is its own reward." You can't miss Auts-he's the highest point on the Senior horizon. His Virginia drawl plus that "lovable awkwardnessu just make him irresistible. Thomas 5lIcCPhillips Track 121, 151: Field Day 111, 121, 151: Stenographic Award 141: Senior Supper Committee 141: Varsity Letter 151, 141: Chorus 4 . 1 i "I'm no wordy man." Horses are Tom's hobby, although the track offers a favorite pastime, running, to our so often silent chum. A great love for animals has aroused in Tom the desire to be a veterinarian. In this work his optimism as well as his patience and patients will surely prove an asset. Charles W. QA. .9VIeoli Football 112, 122, 142: Baseball 112, 132, 142: Industrial Arts Club 112, 122, 132: Stage Manager 142: Field Day 112, 122: YLAK Book Staff 142: Perfect Attendance 112. "A comrade blithe and full of glee." Charlie is the skinny fellow who is always trying to do bigger and better things. Unfortunately, for some of us, Fats revels in boyish pranks. Lucetta QA. 5VIoyer Class Treasurer 142: Dramatic Club 142: Typing Awards 122, 132: Stenographic Awards 122, 132, 142: YMR Boots Staff 142: l1'1I.ff!I'llI Stall' 142: Annual Play Ticket Committee 132. 142: Chorus 132, 142: Librarian 142: Cheer Leader 142. "She is resolved to be happy." Detty has proved herself very capable in both her scholastic work and class projects. Furthermore, her clever wit is a constant source of amusement. eAuery Lawrence Okie Basketball 122, 132: Tennis 1l2, 122, 132, 142: French Club 142: Dramatic Club 132, 142: Hallowe'en Play Cast 132: Yum Book Stall 142: Eusllrin Staii 142. "Her manners? They are charming!" Bey is one of our most dignified Seniors. An excellent knowledge gained in class together with talent for artistic work will certainly lead Avery to a future of worthwhile accomplishments. William Henry Qlenn Terry Basketball 122, 132, 142: French Club 142: Hallowt-'en Play Cast 122, 132: YLQAR Book Staff 142: Eusrfrin Stall 132. 142: Monitor 142: Chorus 142. "High erected thoughts seated in the heart of courtesy." Bill's work is always done seriously and thoroughly. In fact, he's even willing to assume more than his share of responsibilities. His pensive moods have brought many excellent suggestions for our betterment. 'Dorothy Wright CPhillips Dramatic Club 122, 132, 142: Annual Play Cast 142: Christmas Play Cast 132, 142: Stenographie Awards 132: Eustlrin Stall 142: Cheer Leader 142: Play Ticket Committee 122, 132. "She has a sweet attrartive kind of grace." Dot's demure charm and lovable modesty have won for her many friends. Although she seems serious, don't be led astray, for when it's time for fun and orchestras Dot's right there! 5VIargaret Elizabeth 'Pollock Dramatic Club 132: Typing Award 132: Stenographic Awards 132. 142: Senior Motto Committee 142: YEAR Book Staff 142: Perfect Attendance 132, 142: Candy Committee 142. "Silence sweeter is than speech." Margaret may sometimes be reserved or even a wee bit shy, but always she is studious and energetic. So engrossed is she in achievement that it is seldom she has time to join our frivolities. Page fifteen Page sixteen Frances 8, 6Redmond Chorus C-ljg Senior Supper Committee C-ljg Senior Bake Com- mittee CU. "She comes up smiling." , Betty is so generous that she will gladly share every- thing she possesses with her pals. Fond of nature, her chief hobby is walking. Her pleasing eloquence in public speaking classes war- rant her a future recognition in this field. Eleanor Stevens CRoberts Dramatic Club CBJ, C-lj: French Club C415 Christmas Play Cast C553 Chorus C3J. C491 Eustfrin Statl C3j. Editor-in-Chief C-lj. "Good sense and good humor never separate." Never quiet, always giggling or telling a story that will make someone else giggle, Nome makes her jolly way about T. E. lf in an argument Cand she often isj, Kiki's good humor coupled with her good sense almost always manages to earn her the victory. Incidentally, we often wonder who her manicurist is! GRobert GRoedder Christmas Play Cast CZJZ Orchestra CZJ, CSD, C451 French Club C-lj. "A man he seems of cheerful yesterdays, and conhdent tomorrowsf' Bob is an inquisitive fellow whose pet hobbies are guns and model aeroplanes. His fondness for corresponding with unknown friends in foreign countries has brought many mysterious letters and strange postage stamps to Room' 5. His interest in research ought to carry him far in any scientific held. Qffmolia Slflarie Schwerdtfeger . Stenographic Awards CBJ. C-lb: Ymk Book Staff C411 Perfect Attendance CZD, C3jg Chorus C-lj: Cafeteria CZJ, Cjj, C451 Senior Hake Committee Call. "She is well paid who is well satisfied." Molly is a modest miss who blushes when she receives praise even though it be entirely merited. Consequently there are many fine elements in our classmate which we have never mentioned to her before: "You are a dependable worker, a worthwhile friend, and all in all-'a good scout'.', Slflartha Elizabeth Siner Basketball Clj, CZJ, C351 Tennis CU, CZD, CD, C451 French Club 4431 Dramatic Club CZJ. C5J, Cell: Christmas Play Cast CZJQ YEAR lioox Stall C431 Etlflffill Sran' Cjj, C-lj: Cheerleading CIJ, CZJ. Lil, Captain C-lb: Chorus CD, C-ll. "Nothing is so contagious as enthusiasm." Marcials vivacious spirit, dainty ways, pleasing man- ners, justly arouse in her crowd of admirers an unflinching loyalty. A boundless energy and a mind alert enable Skeeter to do many things well. 5VIarian CU. Smith French Club C411 Dramatic Club Cij, C4j: Candy Committee Chairman C-Hg Senior Bake Committee Cell: Editor-in-Chief of the YEAR Home C-Hg Chorus CBJ, C-ll: Librarian C-lj. "What she attempted she accomplished." Marian's dignity together with her ability to produce excellent work helps to make her what we might call a "model Senior." Wsth graciousness and poise she can ably command any situation. xp: I I 4 my William f-Albert Smith Industrial Arts 131, 1-ljg Chorus 15jg Senior Supper Committee 1-lj: Stage Hand 152, 142. "Not a saint, nor yet very had, But, well-he's such a nice little lad." Bill is the poet of our class. Give him an idea and he will do the rest. His chief ambition is to eliminate the curl in his hair, but so far he has not been successful. It you seek diversion ask him for a "good one." CUirginia Keebler Supplee Basketball 139: Dramatic Club 1'lj: Christmas Play Cast 151. Hj: Typing Awards 12j, 15jg Stcnographic Awards 122, 15l. 1-lj: Senior Supper Committee 1433 Chorus 13j. 1-lj: Orchestra 112. 1Zj: Perfect Attendance 111g I:'usrlrin Staff 1-lj: Yuan Book Staff 1-lj. "ln books, in uforlq, in healthful play-u friend." Ginna is a real hustler. When to her a task is assigned it is known that it will be completed both satisfactorily and quickly. CDella C. Thompson Class Treasurer 111, 123. 13jg French Club 1-lj: Dramatic Club 122. 152, 1-ljg Annual Play Cast 1-ly: Christmas Play Cast 153: llltljfffllll Staff 15j, 1-ll: Ways and Means Committee 1-lj: Cheer Leader 153. 1-lj: Librarian 1'lj: Student Council 1lJ. "lt fs nice to be natural when one is naturally nice." Pat is most versatileg her talents range from acting to diligently applying herself to studies. lf you see a young lady, smiling yet serious, you'll know it's Pat. 6Peter Hoseph CUaIase liootball 1lD. 123: Industrial Arts Club 1-lj: Field Day 1lJ. 127. 152: Perfect Attendance 137. "Content dwells with him." Pete always finds the little things that every one else overlooks. He further shows his cleverness around Play time for he is an able stage hand. Pete vies for the class record for lateness. However, he does usually succeed in reaching school before noon. Sara Louise Whitworth Corresponding Secretary A. A. 1-ll: French Club 142: Chorus 1-lj: Student Librarian 1-lj. "Thy quiet grueiousness delights us." Sara is one of but few in our class who has that ustately dignity" by which a Senior is supposed to be recognized. With a staid demeanor that bespeaks composure and assur- ance she undertakes and completes each new task regard- less of its difhculty. GRichard CRiversdale Wichett Football 1lJ. 127, 13J: Hasketball 123, 159, 1-lj: Baseball 1lJ. 125. 139: l-'ield Day 1lJ, 125. 15jg Varsity Letter Club 1-ll: Industrial Arts Club 127. 132. "Mueh study is a ufeariness to the flesh." Wick returned to his home town after spending a year in Chicago. He joined our class in the Iunior year. Full of tricks, jokes and comical sayings, always happy and carefree, ever ready to tease but in a kindly way, that's our picture of Dick. Page .vrifrnfeeti Page eighteen 'Doris Louise Williams Chorus 133, 143: Senior Supper Committee 1435 Senior Bake Committee 143. "A Winsome las: with a friendly smile." With a lively "line" and plenty of pep Dot gathers about her a crowd that is eager to hear the latest news picked up in the halls. She's a brave little lass who will stand before any one to defend her rights, yet if she prefers, she can be both demure and retiring. Dot's is a personality that is the more captivating because of its diversity of mood. .Nellie SW. Williams French Club 143: Dramatic Club 133, 143: Christmas Play Cast 143: Flower Committee 143: Perfect Attendance 123: Chorus 133, 143: Senior Supper Committee 143. "She has learned the luxury of doing good." Nellie is the song bird of the class. She loves to dream and dream some more-of radio towers and of bright lights. Good luck, Nan. We'll be lister1in'l Chester cv-1 . Wood Band 133, 143: Chorus 133, 143: Orchestral 143. "Swift to hear and slow to speak." Chet is one who would be an asset to any group. When he starts to work, he permits only something really important to interrupt his progress. Yet, he finds time for pleasure and heartily participates in it. Chet and his "Chevy" are always on hand to chase about town on "important errandsf, Hazel Loretta Wood French Club 143: YEAR Home Staff 143: Perfect Attendance 113. 123, 133' "The milder! manner and the gentlesz heart." Zellie is a quiet unassuming girl who gets a lot done but never makes a fuss about it. She is a steady worker at any task and accepts jobs without question. Hazcl's pleasant smile and patient way should help her greatly to gain success as a teacher. 6Robert ff. Woolston Track 123, 133. 143: Varsity Letter Club 123, 133, 143: Dramatic Club 133, 143, Typing Awards 123, 143: Stenographic Awards 123, 133, 143: Yma BOOK Staff 143: Etlflfflll Staff 123: Field Day Events 123, 133: Perfect Attendance 123, 133: Chorus 133. "Nothing is Zoo high for the daring of mortals." Bob has great promise of becoming a successful busi- ness man. He is a steadfast worker, one upon whom we are depending to make his mark in the world. Howard William Yolm Industrial Arts Club 133. 143, Typing Awards 133, 143: Steno- graphic Award 133, 143: YEAR Book Staff 143: Band 113, 123, 133. 1433 Orchestra 113, 123. 133, 143: Chorus 133, 143: Perfect Attend- ance 113, 123. "flexion is eloqueneef' Howard is an unusual Senior for he is seldom heard from unless he is directly addressed. However, whatever words he does utter are treasured by all of us as expressions of keen Wisdom. 'OFWPWVYWU' ' l 41 , 'l P' Stlinnl fialenhmf 1932 - 1933 September 28-T. E. really opened! 170 Freshmen welcomed! September 29-460 pupils tied down for 200 days. October I-Pigskin out again-the first game. October 3-I. Russell Craig warned us about reckless driving. October 22-T. E. smeared "good ole Coatesville." November 2-Our "green" Freshmen turned "white" at the Hallowe'en Party given for them by the November November November November December December December Seniors. 3-Another ghostly night-Iunior-Sophomore Hallowe'en Party. I ll-Faculty rid of us at noon. I6-Illustrated lecture on Yellowstone Park by C. A. S. Howlett. 24-Uml Uml Turkey! Closed football season by "taking it on the chin" from West Chester, 7-6. 8-Another half-day for upper classmen. E. C. Ramsay forgot to stop talking about Russia. l6-Downingtown led to the bench by T. E.'s basketball boys. 22-Another good time. T. E. welcomed the alumni at the Christmas Party. December 23-White Elephants took possession of T. E. halls. December 23-january 2-What do you think? No school for ten short days. December 30-Sore feet as the result of the Senior Dance. Ianuary 6-Girls' basketball team dropped its opener to St. Katharine's. February 13-17-Worse news so farg "Mid-Year Exams." Poor Freshmen! and poorer Seniorsll February 22-What, no vacation? "No," but a very stirring speech by Congressman William D. Upshaw. February 24-Girls declared "Chester County Basketball Champs." March l-Seniors turned to cooking and theirs was the best of suppers. March 3 and 10-"Ouch! my toe." Afternoon dances for Washington Fund. March l7-juniors gave a St. Patrick's Day social. March 30-31-Faculty had to go to school while "WE" had the afternoons off. April April April April April April April April May May May May May lune Iune Iune lune Iune Iune 6-7-School play. "The Odd Iob Man." I0-Odd jobs were all done over againg this time for the Senior Washington Fund. ll-Coach Mateer's boys knocked the "horsehide" out of Phoenixville's lot. 13-I4-Another break for us. No school!! Easter vacation. 20-Did you see the "birdie?" Seniors did. 21-Lucky Senior Commercials went to Philadelphia to visit "big business men." 25-Chester County Orchestra Concert at West Chester. 27-Gym exhibition fthey must produce double jointed pupils at T. EJ. 8, 9. IO, ll-Benefit movie. '33's engine Fired again. 18-An evening of music. 24-29-Senior Exams. A happy QFD ending. 30-Last school holiday-good news and bad. 3l-lune 2-Seniors "Did" Washington. ll-Baccalaureate Sermon. 12-Never to be forgotten moments for 1933-Senior's last chapel. 12-I6-Under classman exams. I2-Faculty-Senior Party. I4-Class Day. 15-Commencement. Finis. , 0 ' V -Qui mf L. 'X- ' -hw .g 4. 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