Tredyffrin Easttown High School - Yearbook (Berwyn, PA)

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As your keel, remember always NTU look up and not flown, To look forzvarzl and not back, To loolf out and not in, and To lend a handf, May you weather all the storms of life and drop anchor in the ports of Success and Happiness. Sincerely, Mary E. Seaman Young people who expect to win in life and to serve the race must not be afraid of effort, repeated effort, continued effort, per- sistent effort. Such effort is always re- wardedg from it comes skill, efficiency, power, and victory. The triumphs of life are not achieved in a day. If you are to win in any department of lifels work, if you are to serve your fellows in any field of human endeavor, it will only be through persistent and patient effort. Milan L. Boyle 4 Erlilol'-in-chief John Bates 1940 YEARBOOK STAFF DOROTHY LEWIS MARTHA DILL Associale Eliill1l',9 James Patton Frank Markle Maree Nassau Dorothy Raum Dorothea Bishop Dorothy Coffrin Evangeline Wansel HIISIIIICSS Mmzager Assistant Business fvlllllllflfffl' MARGARET SPEAS FRANCES DI FRONZO A Jverlisin g Managers John Davis Y Joseph Tenafflio Robert Gilroy wmffd Tara Alvin Stauffftir Hugh McAleer am ay or Charles Vlfoolard Sales Mazinger Photographic Editor JUNE LIPP LOUIS LOLLI Typists Louise Carrivan I . . K Doris Rice Grace Galluti-i gfilfzrilieglllllallszlr Q Jean Van Meter Marie Holland J Gr Helen Wickershani Faculty Advisers MANY WlNGARD ALCFR C. WHITCRAFT Front row tleft In righlr: Louis Lolli. June UDP. Martha Dill. Dorothy Lewis, Margaret Speas, lftances Di Fronzo. James Patton. Second row Neff Io riglzlt: Elizaheth Nleszaros. Louise Carrigan. Maree Nassau. Helen Wicker- sham. Dorothea Bishop. Dorothy Raum. Grace Gallucci. Tliirrl row fleft to righll: Carrie Holliday. Doris Rice, Marie llollanrl, ,lean Yan Meter. Evangeline Wansel. Miss Wingartl fLiterary Aclvisert. Fourth raw tlefi to rightl: joseph Tenaglio. Frank Markle. John Bates. Robert Gilroy, John Davis. Fifth rou' lleft to righrl: Mr. Whitcraft tBusiness Aclviserl. Hugh McAleer. William Taylor. Charles Wloolarcl. 5 F CULT Y MARY L. DUNLAP Commercial S. PAUL TEAMER Principal BERTHA IVI. NEIMAN Secretary CHARLES H. WISE Mathematics ALG ER C. WHITCRAFT CLARA H. MCELHANEY Commercial Commercial LUTHER R. SHADEL Physical Education NELLE E. LEAMAN Physical Education GILBERT SPANGLER Science 6 WILLIAM W. CROUSE Science ELEANOR G. CORNMESSER Library . MARION D. WILSON Languages MARY E. WINGARD English V ice-Princi pal MARY E. SEAMAN English EDITH L. LEONARD English JAMES W. WILLIAMS Industrial Arts J. KARL CROUTHAMEL Industrial Arts MILON L. BOYLE History HENRY C. POTTS Industrial Arts FREDERICK A. COLWELL Agriculture STANLEY M. GRAY Music FACULTY IN MEMORIAM CHARLES FRANCIS BLOOMER February 22, 1920-November 8, 1938 8 Mf,y-ds I, 5-en1Qr Cfayf .fone--ffgo !7"5"C Y Y ,, 5 54"4 CUM J 0 14 C'-'PT-IIS J-'L5"7' x5xe?7!0f',5 Pdf! vvdffq Arran A l'-Udf Ver F. Qffb fuj a Higgs QI ning W? .Lily 1.2-any f JJJ4 JJJ J J C I-'ffff F1,iL?rrf'r F- ' A 1111.1 or ,151 ,I ,ntl J- , C 1 a 0 v . i ffrz F, fe 1 V fs F Mm Jg.+fQg,L,zg,,Q.,J-'- L, ,l , .1111 LJ. ..L...L.1.J. .GL Z l' ' ' I' In V r I, srl J I EC r'sfrr1lirrjf,Js',,1' sfll . ,. 7. . Q I CJ, ZLEE'-uLz.U nu ' Me Lqfvaiijqi 6 5 iff fJJJ J' V llll 1 Il ?TTT F' . .l If-ij .el+L,l'1 QL C V 11 ffl- Vfs' 1' FJ I O 3 O mf M-,tfwbfaifm MQp,56 m'm' , ,I L54 :'f1l.'J:!.:'!JJ -J' ? fflK ""'1 TI F JJ JJllllJi A4 J I' V ff? 1 J I 1 I9-' HONOR ROLL MARY ANNE MORELLI MARTHA DILL JAMES B. PATTON, IR. B. DOROTHY LEWIS FRANK HARLAN MARKLE, JR. FREDERICK K. STULL WALTER STULL WILLIAM WAIT WARD MAREE NASSAU F-'Ik CLASS OFFICERS WILLIAM WAIT WARD .,,.. ,.... P resident JOHN EDWARD DAVIS ,... , . , Vice-President ANNA JUNE LIPP .... Secretary LOUIS S. LOLLI .... .. . Treasurer . CLASS MOTTO ':T0day, we build for l0lll0fl01L 11 N. ABBONIZIO II. D. ARMSTRONG R. BAILEY .l. BARR RAYMOND R. BAILEY Valley Store Commercial Frazer Grammar School '6Men may come and men may go, But I go on forever." Model Airplane Club 3, 4g Duplicating Club 23 All- State Orchestra Committee 4. JOHN W. BATES Devon Practical Arts Easttown Grammar School "A man in all thc 1vorld's new fashion ,plantcd, That hath a mint of phrases in his brain. i Vice President 2g Senior Ticket Committee 43 Hal- lowe'en Committee 23 Yearbook Staff 4g Eastfrm Staff 43 Stagecraft Club 3, 4. HAZEL BELL Wayne Academic Lansdowne Jr. High School "True worth is in being, not seeming, ln doing each day that goes by, Some little good-not in dreaming Of great things to do by and byf, Art Club 2, 3, 4. GARN ET and GRAY ,40 NICOLO ABBONIZIO Berwyn Commercial Lincoln Highway Grammar School "A good heart is better than all the heads in the world." Soccer 1. 2, 3, 43 Baseball 2, 33 Chorus 13 Field Day Events I, 2, 3, 43 Hiking Club 23 Aviation Club 33 Senior Supper Committee 43 Candy Committee 43 All- State Orchestra Committee 4. HELEN DORTHEA ARMSTRONG Berwyn Academic Easttown Grammar School 'gif I can stop one heart from breaking, I shall not live in uainf, Class Treasurer 23 Girls' Basketball 2, 3. 43 Hockey 3, 43 Field Day Events 1, 2, 3, 43 H2E Club 23 Hiking Club 23 History Club 33 Chorus 1, 2, 43 Christmas Festival 2, 43 Supper Committee 43 Senior Bake Com- mittee 43 Christmas Party Program 1, 3, 43 Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 33 Candle-light Procession 2, 43 Per- sonality Club 33 Junior Prom 33 Senior Play Cast 43 All-State Orchestra Supper Committee 43 Cantata 43 .French Club 4. JEAN LOIS BARR Paoli Academic Paoli Grammar School "A daughter of the gods, divinely tall and most divinely fairf, Girls' Basketball 2. 3. 43 Hockey 3, 43 Field Day Events 1, 2. 3, 43 H2E Club 23 Hiking Club 23 History Club 33 Chorus 1, 2, 4g Christmas Festival 2, 43 'SMikado" 13 Supper Committee 43 Hallowe'en Com- mittee l3 Candle-light Procession 2. 43 Personality Club 33 Junior Prom 3g Senior Play Cast 43 All-State Orchestra Supper Committee 43 Cantata 43 French Club 4. J . BA'l'ES H. BELL GRACE COI RTNEY BENNER Devon Commercial Easttown Grammar School "The blessing of the earth is toil.', Chorus 2. 3, 43 Christmas Festival 43 Typing Award 3. 43 Stenographic Award 2, 33 Bookkeeping Award 33 Supper Committee 43 Hot-Dog Committee 43 Perfect Attendance 3, 4g Candlealight Procession 43 Book Club 23 All-State Orchestra Committee 43 Field Day Events 4. DOROTIIEA P. BISHOP Paoli Commercial West Chester High School 20011 mode a heart of gold, of gold, Shining and sweet and rrueg Gaze it II home of fairest l71,0lllIl, Blest it, and rolled it- -You." Chorus 1, 2, 33 Christmas Festival 23 Christmas Play 3. 43 Stenographic Awards 3. 43 Senior Play Cast 4g Bookkeeping Award 33 Supper Committee 4g Candy Committee 43 llot-Dog Committee 4g Ways and Means Committee 43 Eastfrin Staff 2, 3, 43 Yearbook Staff 4g Cashier in Cafeteria 3, 43 Duplicating Club 2. 3, 4g All-State Orchestra Committee 4g Perfect Attendance 4. ROBERT ELWOOD BOND Malvern Commercial Malvern Junior lligli School "His might and strength and will to win, Will take him where he cares to go." Football 43 Basketball 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 43 Field Day Events 2, 3, 43 Hiking Club 23 Typing Awards 2, 4g Dance Committee 43 Candy Committee 4g Student Monitors 3, 43 Perfect Attendance 2, 4g Stenographic Awards 4. L. CARRIGAN Commercial Academic Club 4. M. CLEMSON ELLEN K.. Ill-1N'Nl'IR Tl. BISHOP R. E. noNn ri. nRANor:Nsrr:IN ELIZABETH ANNE BRANDENSTEIN P l' Academic aol Paoli Grammar School "Whose high endeavors are an inward light, That makes the path before her always bright." Hiking Club 23 History Club 3g Chorus 1, 2, 43 Christmas Festival 3, 4g Cantata 43 "Pinafore" 3g French Club 43 Perfect Attendance 43 All-State Or- chestra Committee 43 Candle-light Service 3, 43 French Club 4. LOUISE CARRIGAN Edgemont Willistown Grammar School "Such a blue inner light From her eyelids outbrohe, You looked at her in silt-nf-e And fonriecl she spoke." Field Day Events 2, 3, 43 Typing Awards 3, 4g Steno- graphic Award 4g Bookkeeping Award 33 Candy Com- mittee 43 Yearbook Typist 43 Perfect Attendance 3, 43 Book Club 2. MIRIAM ELAINE CLEMSON Green Tree Willistown Grammar School "A horse, a horse, My kingdom for zz horse!" Dramatics 33 Hiking Club 23 History Club 3g Christ- mas Festival 43 Candle-light Procession 43 All-State Orchestra Committee 43 Supper Committee 43 French GARNET and GRAY '40 D. PIERCE-COFFRIN S. CUMINS DOROTHY PIERCE-COFFRIN Paoli Acarleuiit' Easttown Grammar School 'il found no path I strayed along, As happy as the hills of songfl Cheerleader 1, Dramatics 2, Art Club 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Festival 2, 3, 4, "Pirates of Pen- zance" 2, "Pinafore" 3, Southeastern Chorus 3, 4, Candy Committee 4, Hot-Dog Committee 4, Eastfrin Staff 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Christmas Party Program 3, 4, Candle-light Procession 2. 3, 4, Cantata 4, Fash- ion Show 3, 4, French Club 4, County Chorus 4. SARA JANE COMINS Stratford Academic Stratford Grammar School "She must be heard to be appreciaterlf, Field Day Events 1, 2, Art Club 3, 4, History Club 3, Orchestra 1. 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2. 3. 4, Chorus 1. 2, 3. 4, Christmas Festival 1, 2, 3. 4, "Pirates of Penzance" 3, "Pinafore" 2, "Mikado" 1, All-State Orchestra 3, 4, All-State Band 2, 3, 4, Southeastern Orchestra 1. 2, 3, 4, Southeastern Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Southeastern Chorus 3, 4, Hallowe'en Committee 1, Christmas Party Pro- gram 1, 2, 3, 4, Candle-light Procession 1. 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom 3, Cantata 4, President of the Orchestra 4. W. ELWOOD DAVIS Stratford Practical Arts Stratford Grammar School "In my fare I see The map of honor, truth, and loyaltyf' Track 3, 4, Field Day Events 1, 2, 3, 4, Stagecraft Club 4, All-State Orchestra Transportation Committee E. CRABB W. E. DAVIS 11, F b ll 3. ETHEL c. CRABB ""' a Malvern Academic Malvern Junior High School "What will not woman, gentle woman, clara, When strong afectian stirs her spirit upf, Field Day Events 2, Art Club 2, 3, Bookkeeping Award 3. JOHN EDWARD DAVIS Paoli Academic Paoli Grammar School "He spcalreth not, and yet, there lies A conversation in his eyesf, Vice-President 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Tennis 2, 3, 4, Supper Committee 4, Dance Committee 4, Year- book 4, Student Council 1, 4, Captain of the Student Monitors 4, Perfect Attendance 1, 2, Senior Play Cast 4, All-State Orchestra Transportation and Supper Com- mittee 4, Senior Dance Committee 4, Photography Club 2, French Club 4. JAMES CARL DEFELICE, JR. Paoli Agriculture Paoli Grammar School "Cheerful at morn., he wakes from short repose, Breasts the keen air and carols as he goes." Football 1, 3, Golf 1, 2, 3, 4, Field Day Events 2, 3, 4, Photography Club 2, Senior Supper Committee 4, Senior Dance Committee 4, All-State Orchestra Com- mittee 4. J. DAVIS GARNET and GRAY '40 4 ,, ,,,,,,,,C, 14 MARY M. DICLNTONICO Devon Commercial Stratford Grammar School "A crisp and lively manner, Bristling with anintotionfi Girls' Basketball 43 Field Day Events 1, 2, 3, 43 Chorus l, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Festival 23 Southeastern Chorus 23 Bookkeeping Award 3g Candle-light Pro- cession 2, 3, 43 Duplicating Club 3, 43 Christmas Party Program 23 All-State Orchestra Committee 43 Typing Award 4. RICHARD R. DEMPSEY Devon Academic Avon-Grove "He wrts fresh and full of faith That something would turn up." Stagecraft Club 33 Field Day Events 33 All-State Supper Committee 4. GRACE MARY DEYENNO Paoli Academic Paoli Grammar School "From the crown of her head, to the sole of her feet, she is all mirthf, Hockey 3, 43 Field Day Events 2, 33 Hiking Club 23 Supper Committee 43 Hot-Dog Committee 43 Hallo- we'en Committee 43 Perfect Attendance 13 All-State Orchestra Committee 43 French Club 4. FRANCES E. D1 FRONZO Paoli Commercial Paoli Grammar School "Self-saerijiec and love, mul a firm devotion to duty." Hiking Club 23 Chorus 13 Typing Awards 3, 43 Steno- graphic Award 33 Bookkeeping Award 3g Candy Com- mittee 43 Perfect Attendance 33 Duplicating Club 43 Assistant Business Manager of Yearbook 43 Bank Teller 33 All-State Orchestra Slipper Committee 4. M. DILL Academic Commercial E. DILUZIO M. DIil,lVlONlf'0 ll. DENTPSICY 0. m:Yt1NNo F. nt FRONZQ MARTHA DILL Paoli Paoli Grammar School "Sympathetic in sorrow, tenderly bright, Possessed with the courage to do what is rightf, Treasurer 33 Girls' Basketball Manager 23 Dramatic Club 33 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Festival 3, 43 "Pirates of Penzancel' 23 "Pinafore" 33 "Mikado" 13 Southeastern Chorus 2, 3, 43 Supper Committee 43 Hot- Dog Committee 43 Senior Ticket Committee 43 Ways and Means Committee 4g Yearbook Staff 43 Eastfrin Staff 1. 43 Editor-in-Chief of Eastfrin 43 Christmas Party Program 2, 33 Candle-light Procession 3, 43 Junior Prom Committee 33 County Chorus 4g Hallo- we'en Committee 2, 33 Cantata 43 Senior Play Cast 43 All-State Orchestra, Supper and Guide Committee 43 French Club 4. ELIZABETH DELORES DILUZIO Devon Stratford Grammar School f'Her bubbling energy never tires, Her hearty laughter fills the airf' Hockey 23 Field Day Events 1, 2, 3, 43 Art Club 13 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Festival 1. 2, 3, 43 "Pirates of Penzance" 23 "Pinafore,' 33 Typing Awards 2, 3, 43 Stenographic Awards 2, 3, 43 Bookkeeping Award 33 Halloweien Committee 2, 33 Perfect Attendance 33 Candle-light Procession 2, 3, 43 Duplicating Club 2, 3, 43 All-State Orchestra, Clerk 43 Cantata 43 "Mikado" 1. GARNET and GRAY '40 ll. J. DISIIAROOV .l. Dl'RtV'l'O N. tzivtoltv ri. Fttut NELSON CRIER ENIORY Berwyn Academic Easttown Crammar School "Let tomorrow take care of tomorrour. Leave things of the future la fate, Whatis the use to anticipate sorrow?" Field Day Events 2, 3. 4, Boys' Tennis 4, Photog- raphy Club 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Band I. 2, "Mikado" l' Su er Committee 4' All-State Orchestra f'ommittee , . pp . , ., ,. . 4, Senior Dance Committee 4, Christmas Fes'ival 2. DOROTIIY JANE DISIIAROON Paoli Aeadetnic Paoli Grammar School "She has a priceless, lovely gift, In fingers gently tourhing ivory keys." Orchestra l, 2. 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3. 4, Christmas Festival 1, 2. 3. 4, 4'Pirates of Penzance" 2, "Pinafore" 3, "Mikado" 1, Southeastern Chorus 2, 3, 4, Hallo- weien Committee 2, 3. 4, Christmas Party Program 1, 2. 3, 4, Candle-light Procession 4, County Chorus 4, Supper Committee 4, Cantata 4, All-State Orchestra Cuide and Slipper Committee 4. JOSEPH FRANK DURANTO, JR. Paoli 'Xeutlemit' Paoli Grammar School "I roulfl he well eontenr lo entertain the lag-enrl of my life with quiet hours." Football l. 2, 3. 4, Captain 4, Basketball 2. 3, 4, Colf 1, 2. 3, 4, Field Day Events l. 2, 3. 4, Chorus 4, Supper Committee 4, Dance Committee 4, Candle-light Procession 4: Stagecraft 3. 4, All-State Orchestra Trans- portation Committee 4. CIIARLES T. FARR Creentree Pra4'Iical Arts Willistown Grammar School 'alrite humor springs not more from the head than from the heart, it issues not in laughter, but in still smiles, which lie far zleeperf, Baseball l. 2, 3, Field Day Events 1, 2, Supper Com- mittee 4, Stagecraft Club 1, 2. 3, 4, H'allowe'en Com- mittee 4, Printing Press 4, All-State Orchestra Trans- portation Committee 4, Woodwork Exhibit Committee 2. 3. 4, Perfect Attendance 4, Woodcraft 3. 4, Elec- trical Exhibit Committee 3, Stagecraft Club, Secretary and Treasurer 4. L. FAVLKNI-IR l.Ol'lS E. FAl LKNER Paoli Academic West Philadelphia lligh School "Rich in saving eominon sense. Ana' as the greatest only are. ln his sirrzplirily Slllllllllliii Football 3, 4, History Club 3, Play Cust 4, All-State Orchestra Slipper and Transportation Committee 4. MARK C. FAVINCER Devault Commercial Salem Grammar School "Une who never turner! his baelr, hat mareherl hreaxl forwrzrflf' . Chorus 4, Christmas Festival 4, Typing Awards 2. 3, 4, Stenographic 3, 4, Bookkeeping Award 3, Supper Committee 4, Chairman Candy Committee 4, East- frin Staff 1, 2, Christmas Party Program 4, Perfect Attendance 3, Candle-light Procession 4, Southeastern Chorus 4, Duplicating Club 2, 3, Cantata 4. GARNET and GRAY '40 M ,,,,N,,,,, 16 CLAIR WALLAIIIC FETZER 13. l"l'I'l'Zl-IR K. Ftsut-:tt Malvern Commercial Willistown Grammar School 'iSince life ix brief. are neerl to make it bright." Football 33 Basketball 33 Soccer 2, 3g Baseball 2, 3. l 4g Field Day Events l, 2, 3. 43 Senior Ticket Committee 43 Junior Prom 33 Typing Awards 3, 4g Stenographic Awards 3. 4. KATHRYN ARLENE FISHER Paoli Contrnercial Paoli Grammar School "I agree with no nzarfs opinions, I have some of my ownf, Corresponding Secretary A. A. 3g Girls' Basketball Manager 3, 43 Field Day Events 2, 3g Hiking Club 2, 33 Chorus 1, 2, 3g Christmas Festival 23 "Pirates of Penzance" 23 Southeastern Chorus 2g Typing Awards 2, 3, 43 Stenographic Awards 2, 3, 43 Bookkeeping Award 33 Candy Committee 43 Student Council 2, 3, 43 Candle-light Procession 2. 33 All-State Orchestra Slipper Committee 4. HENRY CLAIR FITZGERALD . Berwyn Academic St. Monica "Attempt the end. and never stand to zlotibtg Nothin.g's so hard but search will hnd it out." Baseball 2, 3, 43 Hiking Club 2g History Club 33 -Orchestra 3, 43 Christmas Festival 3, 43 Perfect Attend- ance 33 Band 3, 43 French Club 43 Christmas Party l Program 3, 43 All4State Orchestra Supper Committee 4, H. C. FITZGERALD P. FORTUNATO PETER JOSEPH FORTUNATO Cedar Hollow J. FRIEL Academic Salem Grammar School ul am not of that feather, to shake of my friend when he most needs mef' Track 23 Photography Club 33 Field Day Events 1, 2, 3. JOHN FRIEL Frazer Practical Arts Salem Grammar School "He,s short and small Bat he beats them all." Soccer 2, 3, 43 Industrial Arts 43 Eastfrin Staff 23 Field Day Events 2. 4g Basehall 4. GRACE ANN GALLUCCI Devon Commercial Stratford Grammar School "A willing heart, a helping hand." Field Day Events 1, 2, 3, 4g Chorus l, 2. 3, 43 Christ- mas Festival 2, 3, 43 i'l'irates of Penzance" 2g Typing Awards 3, 43 Stenographic Award 33 Bookkeeping Award 33 Candy Committee 4-3 Yearbook Staff, Typist 43 Duplicating Club 2, 3g Candle-light Procession 3. 43 All-State Orchestra Committee 43 Cantata 4. l ' GARNET and GRAY '40 17 T. GARZARELLA P. CEISSEL J. GETTYS R. GILROY JOSEPH W. GETTYS Devon Academic Easttown Grammar School "Heard melodies are sweet, but those unheard are sweeterf' Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4g Band 1, 2, 3g Chorus Ig HPina- fore" 33 Perfect Attendance 1. TONY GARZARELLA Berwyn Academic Easttown Grammar School "Knowledge is more than equivalent to force." Soccer 3, 43 Field Day Events 1, 2, 4g Newspaper Club, Eastfrin Staff 25 Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 43 Baseball lg All-State Orchestra Kitchen Committee 4g French Club 4. PATRICIA LEE GEISSEL Paoli Academic Paoli Grammar School "A jest breaks no bonesf, Art Club 33 Chorus 2, 3, 4g "Pirates of Penzance" 2g "Pinafore" 3g "Mikado" lg Southeastern Chorus 2, 3, 4g Supper Committee 45 Eastfrin Staff 2, 3g Christ- mas Party Program 1, 2, 3g Perfect Attendance 2, 43 Candle-light Procession 3, 43 County Chorus 4-g Hal- lowe'en Committee 2g Cantata 43 All-State Orchestra Supper and Guide Committee 4. ROBERT CLINTON GILROY Malvern Practical Arts Paoli Grammar School "Strong for service still, and unimpairedf' Cheerleader 2, 3, 45 Field Day Events 1, 2, 3, 4g Boys' Tennis 2, 3, 4g Christmas Play Cast 4g Supper Committee 4g Senior Ticket Committee 4g Sick Com- mittee 4g Eastfrin Stad 1, 2, 33 Yearbook Staff, Ad- vertising Manager 4g Christmas Party Program 4g Student Monitor 4g Stagecraft Club 3, 45 Junior Prom 3g Senior Play Cast 4g Dance Committee 4g Perfect Attendance 1. A. HALLMAN ANNA BELLE .I. HALLMAN Berwyn Commercial Easttown Grammar School "lt is better to wear out Than to rust outf' Girls, Basketball 1, 2, 4g Hockey 1, 2, 3g Girls, Tennis 1, 2, 43 Field Day Events 1, 2, 3, 43 H2E Club 2, 35 Chorus 1, Bookkeeping Award 3g Supper Committee 4g Candy Committee 4g ,lunior Prom 3g All-State Or- chestra Committee 4. MARGARET JANE HALLMAN Berwyn Commercial Easttown Grammar School "A simple maiden in her flower, Is with a hundred coat-of-arms." Girls' Basketball 1, 3, 4g Hockey 1, 2, 3, Captain 45 Field Day Events 1, 2, 3, 4g H2E Club 2, 33 Candy Committee 4, All-State Orchestra Supper Committee 4. GARNET and GRAY '40 M HALLMAN 18 IIENRY HAMILTON Berwyn l'ractical Arts 'LOur Mother of Sorrowsv "Truth is within ourselves." Baseball 1, 25 Track 45 Field Day Events 2, 35 Hik- ing Club 2, 35 Senior Ticket Committee 45 Hallowe'en Committee 25 Perfect Attendance 35 Junior Prom 3. EVERETT W. HARTSHORNE Malvern Academic Malvern ,lunior High School "The reward of a thing well done- Is to have done itf' Track 3, 45 Field Day Events 2, 45 Model Airplane Club 3, 45 All-State Orchestra Committee 45 French Club 4. HARRY R. HERSHEY Paoli Academic Paoli Grammar School 6'The world is my country, All mankind are my brothers." Football 15 Basketball Manager 3, 45 Field Day Events 2, 3, 45 Boys' Tennis 1, 2, 3, 45 Photography Club 2, 3, 45 Soccer 2. 3, 45 All-State Orchestra Trans- portation and Guide Committee 45 Senior Dance Com- mittee 45 Wood Shop Exhibit 2, 3, 4. C. HOVLLIDAY I Commercial Practical Arts Committee 4. H. HOLLIDAY II. I-IAMILTON E. HARTSHORWF I H. HERSHEY s. M. IIOLLAND S. MARIE IIOLLAND Malvern Commercial Malvern ,lunior High School "The true seeker hnds the best reward Of all work hidden in the work itself." Hiking Club 2, 35 Christmas Play Cast 45 Typing Awards 2. 45 Stenograpbic Awards 2, 35 Bookkeep- ing Award 35 Hot-Dog Committee 45 Senior Bake Com- mittee 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Christmas Party Program 45 Cafeteria 45 Perfect Attendance 2, 3. 45 Duplicating Club 45 Candle-light Procession 25 Senior Play Cast 45 All-State Orchestra Committee 45 Senior Supper 45 Field Day Events 4. CARRIE ELIZABETII IIOLLI DAY Devon Mt. Pleasant Grammar School "A happy soul that all the way, Through life hath a summer's dayf, Hockey 2, 3, 45 Field Day Events 1, 2, 45 Typing Awards 2, 35 Stenographic Awards 2, 3, 45 Bookkeep- ing Award 35 Yearbook Staff 45 Perfect Attendance 45 All-State Orchestra Festival 4. HERBERT A. HOLLIDAY Mt. Pleasant Grammar School "Better late than never." Football 1, 2, 35 Basketball 15 Baseball 15 Field Day Events 1, 3, 45 Stagecraft Club 35 All-State Orchestra GARNET and GRAY '40 F. C. .IOBSON J. KICIAIQINIAN T. KEYES R. KNIER THOMAS G. KEYES Frazer FRANCIS CURTIS JOBSON, JR. Academic Philadelphia "Make your work play, Your study recreation, Your school year a joyful vacation." Photography Club 23 Orchestra 49 Band 3, 4, Chorus l, 3, 4, Christmas Festival 3, 4, Glee Club 4g "Pina- foren 35 Southeastern Chorus 3. 43 Christmas Play Cast 33 .lunior Play 33 Supper Committee 43 Candle- light Procession 33 Junior Prom 3, Southeastern Band ll-3 All-State Orchestra Committeeg Cantatag Field Day Events 3, 4, Soccer Manager 4g French Club 4. JOSEPH R. KELEMEN Cedar Hollow Practical Arts Salem Grammar School "He says little, but he means what he saysfl Football 2. 3g Soccer 23 Baseball lg Field Day Events 33 Industrial Arts 1, 2, 3, 4. RUTH GILBERT KNIER Academic Frazer Grammar School "Her voice was like the voice the stars had, when they sang togetherf, Cheerleader 2. 3, 4g Dramatics 33 Chorus 2, 3, 4g Christmas Festival 2, 3, 4, "Pirates of Penzance" 25 "Pinafore" 3g Southeastern Chorus 2. 3, 43 Supper Com- mittee 4g Senior Bake Committee 43 Eastfrin Staff 3: Christmas Party Program 34 Student Council 2, 3g Candle-light Procession 2, 3, 4: Junior Prom 3g All- State Orchestra Guide and Supper Committees 4g French Club 4. Academic l'1'azer Grammar School W. KOHLMEYER, JR. "Ever let the fancy roam. Pleasure never is at home." Model Airplane Club 3, 4, Perfect Attendance 39 All-State Orchestra Committee 4, Supper Committee 4g Dance Committee 4. WILLIAM H. KOHLMEYER, JR. Practical Arts New Cumberland Grammar School "ls life not a hundred times too short. For us to bore ourselves in?,' Football 3g Field Day Events 23 lliking Club 2, 33 Industrial Arts I, 2, 3, 4g Stagecraft Club 4. B. DOROTHY LEWIS Academic Malvern Junior High School "A good book is the best of friends, The same today and forever." French Club 29 Christmas Festival 2, 3, 4g "Pirates of Penzance" 2g Bookkeeping Award 45 Senior Slipper Committee 4g Hot-Dog Committee 4g Senior Bake Com- mittee 4g Senior Ticket Committee 45 Eastfrin Staff 43 Editor-in-Chief of Eastfrin 43 Editor-in-Chief of Year- book 4g Candlelight Procession 2, 33 Candy Committee 44 All State Orchestrag Desk Clerk and Dining Room 43 Field Day Events 3, 4. GARNET and GRAY '40 B. D. LEWIS HELEN TERESA LEWIS Berwyn Commercial Trenton. N. J. Grammar School "Sometimes a litllc nonsense .lains hand with a little fun, And cuts such cunning capers, That sadness must needs runf, Girls' Tennis Manager 3, 43 Field Day Events 2, 3, 43 Hiking Club 2, 3g Typing Awards 3, 4g Bookkeeping Award 3g Candy Committee 43 All-State Orchestra Committee 4. ANNA .IUNE LIPP Commercial Paoli Grammar School "So many worlds, so muah lo dof, Class Secretary 3, 43 Basketball 3. 43 Hockey Mana- ger 13 Cheerleader 3, 43 Field Day Events 2. 33 H2E Cluh 23 Hiking Club 23 Chorus I, 23 Christmas Festi- val 23 "Pirates of Penzance" 23 "Mikado" 13 Typing Award 33 Supper Committee 43 Dance Committee 43 Candy Committee 43 Eastfrin Staff I, 23 Christmas Party Program 2: Student Council 3, 43 Junior Prom 33 Candle-light Procession 2g Senior Play Cast 4. LOUIS S. LOLLI Commercial Stratford Grammar School "That this suffice. by this conceive the rest. He should, he could, he would, he did the bestf, Class Treasurer 43 Photography Club 3g Chorus 13 Typing Awards 2. 3g Stenographic Award 33 Book- keeping Award 33 Candy Committee 43 Yearbook Staff 4: Eastfrin Staff I3 Christmas Party Program 33 Stu- dent Council 43 Perfect Attendance I3 Duplicating Club 2: .Iunior Prom 3. P. MAC!-'AIILAND Commercial Commercial 1. 2. 3. M. s1AL1N ll. LEWIS X. .l. Lll'l' L. i.ot.t.t B. L. LONGAKER BROOKE LEWIS LONGAKER Berwyn Academic Eastlown Grammar School "Something attempted, something done, Has earned a niglzfs reposef, Baseball I3 Perfect Attendance I, 3, 43 Operetta 33 Basketball Manager 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 Band I. 2. 3. 43 Dance Committee 43 Christmas Party 33 Christ- mas Festival 2, 3, 43 Tennis Manager 43 All-State Or- chestra Dining Room Committee 4. PATRICIA V. MACFARLAND Paoli Paoli Grammar School "lt is not what we will, But what we will to will, That makes us what we are." Dramatic Club3 Chorus 1. 2. 33 "Pinafore" 33 Christ- mas Party Program 43 Stenographio Awards 3. 43 Typ- ing Awards 2, 4g Bookkeeping Award 33 Supper Committee 43 Chairman. Hot-Dog Committee 43 East- frin Staff lg Candle-light Procession 23 Duplicating Club 2, 3. 43 Cashier Cafeteria 3, 43 Candy Committee 43 All-State Orchestra Committee 4. MYRTLE R. MALIN Frazer Frazer Grammar School "lt is easier not to speak at all Than to speak more words than we shouldf' Field Day Events 3g Bookkeeping Award 3g Cafeteria GARNET and GRAY '40 F. MARKLE, JR. ll. M'XltltUN H. MCALIZER C. o. xtccmteitnr HUGH A. MCALEER Stratford Agriculture and Practical Arts St. Kathcrine's "Talk to him of Jacobis ladder and he would ash the number of the stepsf, Secretary 2g Foothall 23 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Field Day Events lg Supper Committee 4, Hot-Dog Com- mittee 4, Senior Ticket Committee 43 Eastfrin Staff 1, 2g Stagecraft Club 2, 3. 4g Junior Prom 35 All-State Orchestra Committee 4g Bird Club 4. WILLIAM HARRY McKAY Devon Academic Easttown Grammar School "A merrivr man, within the limit of becoming mirth, 1 never spent an h,our's tolli' wifhalfi Class President 2g A. A. President 4g A. A. Vice- President 4g Soccer Manager 23 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4g Track 3, 49 Dramatic Club 39 Chorus 1, 2, 3. 4g Christ- mas Festival 1, 2. 3, 4g Hallowe'en Committee 4g "Pirates of Penzance" 2g 6'Pinafore" 3g Southeastern Chorus 2, 3, 4g Eastfrin Staff 1, 3g Christmas Party Program 1, 2. 3. 4g Student Council 1, 2, 35 Candle- light Procession 1. 2, 3. 43 Stagecraft Club 2, 3, 43 Junior Prom 3g All-State Orchestra Transportation, Guide, Kitchen. Dining Room Committees 49 Cantata 4g Field Day Events 4, Spring Music Festival 43 Senior Dance Committee 4g French Club 4. MARY ANN MEOL1 Cedar Hollow Commercial Downington Grammar School "Blessed are they who have the gift of making friends, For it is one of Goths best giftsfi Chorus 1, 2, 33 Typing Award 2g Bookkeeping Award 33 Hiking Club 3g Supper Committee 43 Game Club lg All-State Orchestra Registration Committee 4. GARNET and GRAY '40 FRANK H. MARKLE, JR. Paoli Academic Paoli Grammar School "So much one can 110, Who :foes both act and know." Tennis 3, 45 History Club 3, Orchestra 1, 2. 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Christmas Festival 1, 2, 3, 4, "Pirates ol Penzance" 2g "Pinafore" 35 Supper Committee 4g Yearbook Staff 4g Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3, 4g Senior Play Cast 43 All-State Orchestra Supper Committee 4: Boys' Basketball 4, Manager 4g Cantata 43 Christmas Party Program 3, 4, French Club 4. DOROTHY M. MARRON Malvern Commercial Malvern Junior High School "Thine eyes are .sprzTngs, in whose serene Anil silent waters, Heaven is seen." Hiking Club 3, Typing Award 2g Bookkeeping Award 3g Supper Committee 4g Candy Committee 4g Cafe- teria 3, 43 Perfect Attendance 3g Duplicating Club 4g Fashion Show 3, 43 All-State Orchestra Supper Com- mittee 4. CHARLES DOUGLAS MCCAUGHEY I Berwyn ACHIICIHIC Easttown Grammar School "So high, that looking rlownward thence, He scarce Could see the s1Ln.', Boys, Basketball 4g Field Day Events 2g Boys' Tennis 42 Band' 1, 2: Orchestra 1. 2g Senior Dance Committee 4g All-State Orchestra Committee 4g Senior Supper Committee 4, Perfect Attendance 1. VV. ll. MCKAY M. A. M EOLI ALFRED E. MERCER Malvern Malvern .lr. Who to himself is law, No law doth need, Ofends no law, And is king indeedf, Industrial Arts 33 Stagecraft Club 3, 43 Junior Prom 33 All-State Orchestra Festival 4. Practical Arts High School as ELIZABETH J. MESZAROS Cedar Hollow Commercial Salem Grammar School "Merry her smile, cheerful her word, Dependable her naturef, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Festival 2, 3, 4g Year- book Staff 43 Candle-light Procession 2, 3, 43 Typing Awards 2, 3, 43 Stenographic Awards 2, 33 Bookkeeping Award 33 Hiking Club 33 All-State Orchestra Registra- tion Committee 43 Supper Committee 43 Bank Teller 3g Perfect Attendance 43 Field Day Events 1. ROBERT MILLER Malvern Practical Arts Malvern Junior High School H1 am content to say nothing, When I have nothing to say." Forestry Club 23 All-State Orchestra Transportation A . M1-lk Clill E. M I-ISZAROS Committee 4. R. MILLER F. MORAN FRANK MORAN Berwyn Academic Easttown Grammar School M' MORELLI " 'Tis a custom with him, In the afternoon to s leepf' Soccer 2g Safety Patrol 33 Field Day Events 4g All- State Orchestra Supper Committee 4. C. MORRIS MARY A. MORELLI Frazer Commercial Frazer Grammar School "Excellence is not a mantle put around our shoulders by destiny, It is something attained by thought and act." A. A. Treasurer 43 Assistant A. A. Treasurer 33 Field Day Events l, 2, 33 Book Club 23 Chorus 1, 23 Typing Awards 3, 43 Stenographic Awards 2, 3, 43 Eastfrin l, 33 Bookkeeping Award 33 Student Council 23 Perfect Attendance 1, 3, 43 Bank Teller 33 Play Ticket Committee 4. CECILIA ALICE MORRIS Berwyn Commercial St. Kathe1'ine's "And her modest answer and graceful air, Show her wise and good, as she is fair." Girls' Basketball 3, 43 Hockey 43 Stenographic Award 4g Supper Committee 43 Christmas Party Program 3, 43 History Club 33 Tennis 43 Perfect Attendance 4g Field Day Events 43 Junior Prom 33 Chorus 33 All- State Supper Committee 43 Personality Club 3. GARNETzmd 23 GRAY'MJ c. tvtomus ig. rutn.L1N CHARLES F. MORRIS Malvern Commercial Malvern ,lunior High School "With honest pride I scorn each selfish end, My dearest need, a frienrfs esteem and praisef, Model Airplane Club 3, 43 Duplicating Club 2g All- State Orchestra, Dining Room 43 Senior Supper Com- mittee 4. ELSIE M. MULLIN Paoli Commercial Coatesville High School "Just the arl of being kinfl is all this sad world needsf, Chorus 2, 3, 43 Christmas Festival 2, 43 Stenographic Awards 2, 3, 4g Bookkeeping Award 33 Supper Com- mittee 4: Eastfrin Staff 33 Christmas Party Program 43 Candle-light Procession 2, 43 All-State Orchestra Registration Committee 4g Bank Teller 33 Cantata 43 Christmas Play Cast 4g All-State Orchestra Supper Committee 4. MAREE NASSAU Paoli Academic Paoli Grammar School "She was genteel and refined, obliging and kinrlfi llockey lg Girls, Tennis Captain 43 Girls' Tennis l. 43 Field Day Events 1, 2. 3g HZE Club 23 Dramatic Club 2g History Club 3g Chorus l, 2, 3, 4g Christmas Festival 1. 2. 3, 4g Junior Play Cast 3g Supper Com- mittee 4g Hot-Dog Committee 43 Senior Bake Com- mittee 43 Yearbook Staff 43 Christmas Party Program l, 2, 3. 43 Student Council 1, 33 Candle-light Procession 1. 2. 3, 43 ,lunior Prom 33 Perfect Attendance l3 All-State Orchestra Hostess and Dining Room Committee 4. P. MULLEN Bl. NASS-KU PHYLLIS LOUISE MULLEN Malvern Academic Malvern ,lunior lliglt School "Give me health and ll tl J- VUMN5 UW.- And I will make the pomp of emperors ridicttlousfi Dramatic Club 2, 33 Chorus 43 Christmas Festival 2, 3g Southeastern Chorus 43 Christmas Party Program 2, 33 Candle-light Procession 4g All-State Orchestra Din- ing Room Committee 43 Halloweien Program 2, 33 French Club 4. JOSEPH FRANClS NEIMAN Berwyn Practical Arts Easttown Grammar School "A pouml of action is worth a ton of talk." Soccer 1, 3, 43 Track 2. 33 Christmas. Party Progratn 3. 43 Student Council 1, 2, 33 junior Prom 33 Stage Craft Club 2. 3, 43 All-State Orchestra Lighting 43 All-State Orchestra Dance 43 Senior Supper Committee 4g Hallowe'en Party 3, 43 Fashion Show 33 Shop Ex- hibit 3. LLOYD THOMAS OCDEN Paoli Academic Paoli Grammar School i'All great men are dead, And I nm not feeling well." Football 1. 2, 3. 43 Baseball 23 Golf 33 Field Day Events 1, 2, 3, 43 Chorus 43 Christmas Festival 43 Supper Committee 43 Candle-light Procession 4g Track 4. GARNET and GRAY '40 ,AMN 24 S, ELVA MAE PATTERSON rx. twrnxnsox Paoli Academic Battin High School tElizaheth, N. .l.t "She loved life in her generous way. FX Gallantly great. and gallantly gay." X KX Girls' Basketball 43 Hockey 43 Field Day Events 3,XJ 43 Chorus 43 Supper Committee 4g Bake Committee 43 Candle-light Procession 43 All-Stats Orchestra Sup r Committee 4g Senior Play Cast 43 Ticket Commitk Chairman 43 Cantata 43 French Club 4. X f JAMES B. PATTON, JR. Paoli Academic Paoli Grammar School "Self trust is the first secret of success." Cheerleader 2, 3, 43 Dramatic Club 23 Chorus 1, 2. 3. 43 Christmas Festival 2. 3, 43 'sPirates of Penzance" 23 "Pinafore" 3g "Mikado" 13 All-State Chorus 2, 3, 43 Southeastern Chorus 1, 2. 3, 4-3 Senior Supper Com- mittee 4g Ways and Means Committee 43 Eastfrin Staff 23 Yearbook StaH 43 Christmas Party Program 1, 2, 3. 43 Student Monitors 43 Perfect Attendance 33 Candle- light Procession 2. 3, 4g All-State Orchestra Festival 4-3 Cantata 43 French Club 4. MIRIAM ELLA PECHIN Malvern Commercial Malvern .lunior High School "The greater port of life, consists of friendshipsf' Cheerleader 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Chorus 2, 3, 43 Christmas Festival 2. 3, 4g g'Pirates of Penzance" 2g "Pinafore" 33 All-State Orchestra Clerk 43 Christmas Party Program 23 Stenographic Awards 2, 3, 4g Candle- light Procession 2, 3, 43 Senior Play Ticket Committee 43 Cantata 43 Senior Supper Committee 43 Southeastern District Chorus 43 Christmas Party Program 2. 3. 43 Hallowe'en Party Program 2, 3, 43 Field Day Events 2. 3. 4. .l. I"K'l"l'UN. .Ht M. PECHIN C. PHIPPS CHARLES PHl PPS Mt. Pleasant Agriculture Mt. Pleasant Grammar School F. PRADO FRANCES R. PRADO 1 Malvern Commercial Malvern .lunior lligh School "In the sense of the brilliant or wiseg I infer ,Twas her thinking of others made you think of herf, Chorus 2, 3, 43 Christmas Festival 2. 3. 43 "Pirates of Penzance" 23 HotsDog Committee 43 Eastfrin Staff 3g Christmas Party Program 43 Candle-light Procession 2. 3. 43 Duplicating Club 23 Hallowe'en Program 23 Supper Committee 4g Stenographic Award 43 Fashion Show 3g Cantata 4g Field Day Events 43 Spring Music Festival 2. ESTHER C. PRINCO Berwyn Commercial Easttown Grammar School "A quiet person, a goof! worker, and a great girl." Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 33 Field Day Events 1. 2, 3, 43 Chorus 1, 2, 3. 4g Stenographic Awards 3, 43 East- frin Staff 13 Bookkeeping Award 33 Typewriting Awards 43 Hiking Club 3: Senior Slipper Committee 1 43 Bank Teller 3. l it ,MMO GARNETand 25 "I never tahe a nap after dinner, But the nap takes me." X Soccer 3, 43 Field Day Events l, 2, 3, 4g lliking Cluh 33 Ticket Committee 4g Christmas Festival 3, 43 All- State Orchestra Committee 43 Bird Cluh 4. GRAY'Ml S. PYLE K. Il. RAIIM J, My 11. REINHART JESSIE RAY Malvern Commercial Malvern Junior lligh School 'iHer quiet unassuming way, Bespeqkg an offer which succeedsf' Hiking Club 25 Stenographie Awards 3, 45 Book- keeping Award 35 Senior Supper Committee 45 Candy Committee 3, 45 Personality Club 35 Senior Play Ticket Committee 45 All-State Orchestra Committee 45 Bank Teller 3. SARAH ARLENE PYLE Devon Academic Radnor Junior High School c'He'r eyes are stars of twilight fair, Like twilight, too, her flashy hair." Chorus 1, 2, 35 Christmas Festival 2, 35 "Pirates of Penzancei' 25 i'Mikado" lg Eastfrin Staff 15 Hot-Dog Committee 45 Candle-light Procession 2, 35 French Club 4. ANNE DOROTHY RAUM Berwyn Commercial Strafford Grammar School "I can do whatever I have to dofi Cheerleader 2, 3, Captain 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Field Day Events 1, 2, 3. 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Christmas Festival 2, 3, 43 "Pirates of Penzancell 25 UPiIl8f0l'C,, 35 "Mikado" lg Christmas Play Cast 45 Stenographic Awards 3, 4g Bookkeeping Award 35 Dance Committee 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Eastfrin Staff 35 Christmas Party Program 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council lg Candle-light Procession 2, 3, 45 Typing Award 45 All-State Or- chestra Secretary 45 Senior Slipper Committee 45 Can- tata 4g Perfect Attendance 45 llallowe'en Party Pro- gram 3, 4. BEATRICE ELINOR REINHART Berwyn Commercial Wyrmwood Road School "What wisdom can you had That is greater than kirtdnessf, Hockey Manager 45 Hot-Dog Committee 45 All-State Orchestra Supper Committee 4. D. RICE DORIS J. RICE Glen Loch Commercial Malvern Junior High School "I love tranquil solitude And such society As in quiet, wise, and goodf, Typing Awards 2, 45 Stenographic Award 35 Book- keeping Award 35 Yearbook Staff 45 Hot-Dog Com- mittee 45 Book Club 2. WALTER JOSEPH RICE Paoli I Practical Arts Sl- MUHICH "Never works anti never worries, Seldom fiunlrs and never harriesfi Football 1, 2, 35 Baseball l, 2, 3, 45 Hiking Club 25 History Club 35 Supper Committee 45 Dance Committee 45 Stagecraft Club 1, 45 All-State Orchestra Transpor- tation Committee 45 Stagecraft Club 4. GARNET and GRAY '40 26 Paoli FRANK J. ROSSI Paoli Commercial Easttown Grammar School "A most incomparable man." Soccer Captain 43 Soccer I, 2, 3, 43 Golf I, 2, 3g Field Day Events 1, 23 Typing Award 2g Bookkeeping Award 33 Candy Committee 4. WILLIAM A. SARMENTO Paoli Practical Arts Paoli Grammar School "Good company on the journey Makes the way to seem, the shorterf' Baseball 4g Football I. JOHN ALAN SASSAMAN I Malvern Practical Arts Malvern Junior High School "1 do not hunger for a well-stored mind, I only wish to live my life and find My heart in unison with all mankindf' Track 3, 43 Field Day Events 33 Band 2, 3, 43 Stage- craft Club 3, 43 All-State Orchestra Transportation Committee 4g Forestry Club 2. D. SHINTON If. RUNS! VV. SAltMliN'l'U J. A. SASSAMAN N. SHAW NICHOLAS ANTHONY SHAW Devon Academic Easttown Grammar School '4Strength of heart and might of limb, But mainly use and skill." Vice President 33 Football I. 2, 3, 43 Basketball I. 2, 3, 43 Track 23 Field Day Events I, 23 Chorus 43 Christmas Festival 43 Supper Committee 4. DAMARIS MARGARET SHINTON E. SMITH Academic Paoli Grammar School "1 am not arguing with y0lL, I am telling youf, Girls' Basketball 43 Hockey 3, 43 Field Day Events l, 2. 3. 43 Dramatic Club 3g Junior Play Cast 33 Senior Bake Committee 43 Hallowe'en Committee 43 Christmas Party Program 3g Student Council l. 43 All-State Or- chestra Committee 43 Supper Committee 43 Dance Committee 43 Bake Committee, Chairman 43 French Club 4. ELSIE FLORENCE SMITH Malvern Commercial Strafford Grammar School "Age cannot wither her, nor custom stale, Her infinite! Uarietyf, Field Day Events I, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra I, 2. 3, 43 Chorus I, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Festival I, 2, 3. 43 "Pi- rates of Penzance" 23 "Pinafore" 3g "Mikado" I3 Southeastern Chorus 23 Stenographic Awards 3, 43 Dance Committee 43 Christmas Party Program I, 2, 3, 43 Candle-light Procession 2, 3, 4g Junior Prom 3g Cantata 4. GARNET and GRAY 40 27 II. SMITH Y. SMITH Ii. SYYDI-IR Nl. I-I. SNYDER ELLA MAE SNYDEII Wayne Academic Radnor lfliglt School K'Her modest looks lhe cottage might adorn, HELEN JULIA SMITH Devon Commercial Easltown Grammar School "Her hair that lay along her back Was yellow like ripe corn." Cirls' Basketball 2, 3, Captain 43 Hockey 2. 3. 43 Cirls' Tennis 2. 33 Field Day Events I, 2, 3. 43 ll2E Cluh 23 Chorus 1, 2. 3. 4g Christmas Festival I, 2, 43 Southeastern Chorus 23 Typing Awards 2. 33 Steno- graphic Awards 2. 33 Bookkeeping Award 33 Supper Committee 43 Candy Committee 43 Sick Committee 4g Procession 2, 33 Junior Prom 33 Student Council 43 All-State Orchestra Committee 43 Stenographic Work 43 Bank Teller 3. NORMA WYNN SMITII Malvern Academic Malvern ,lunior High School "There are two days in the week about which antl upon which I never worry. Two carefree days. Une of these days is Yesterday .... Aml the other day 1 do not worry about is Tomorrow." Dramatics 33 Hiking Cluh 23 Chorus 2, 43 Christmas Festival 2. 43 Southeastern Chorus 43 Supper Committee 43 Sick Committee 4g Christmas Party Program 33 Candle-light Procession 2. 4g "Pirates of Penzance" 23 Fashion Show 3. M. ELIZABETH SNYDER Paoli Commercial Willistown Grammar School "She rloes little eourtesies which others leave undone." Chorus l3 Christmas Festival I3 Stenographic Awards 3. 43 Bookkeeping Award 33 Christmas, Party Program I: Cafeteria I. 2g Perfect Attendance I, 2. 3, 43 All- State Orchestra Registration Committee 43 Typing Awards l: Senior Play Ticket Committee 43 Senior Supper Committee 43 Banking Typist 33 All-State Orclu-slra Supper Committee 43 lliking Cluh 2. li. SPAINCLER Sweet as the primrose beneath the thorn." Senior Supper Committee 43 Hot-Dog Committee 43 All-State Orchestra Slipper Committee 4: llislory Cluli 33 Field Day Events 43 Personality Cluli ll. ELMER I.. SPANCLEK Strallord Agricultttrc Stratford Cranuuar School "That man thal hath tt tongue. I say is no mon, lf with his tongue he cannot win a woman." Vice-President 1, 23 Soccer 2. 3. 43 Field Day Events I. 2. 3. 43 Boys, Tennis l, 23 Hiking Cluln 33 Chorus I. 2g Hot,-Dog Committee 43 Senior Ticket Committee 4: Bird Club 43 All-Slate Orchestra Committee 43 Christmas Festival 4. MARGARET C. SPEAS Paoli Commercial Paoli Grammar School "Life is not so short but that there is always enough time for courtesy." Field Day Events I. 2, 3. 43 Hiking Club 2. 33 Chorus 1, 2. 3. 43 Christmas Festival 1. 2. 3. 4g Typ- ing Awards 3. 4g Stenographic Awards 3. 43 Book- keeping Award 33 Candy Committee 43 Eastfrin Staff I. 2. 3g Christmas Party Program lg Student Librarian 33 Cafeteria Cashier 3. 43 Candle-light Procession 2. 3. 43 All-State Orchestra Registration Committee 43 All-State Orchestra Supper Committee 43 Senior Supper Committee 4g Bank Teller 3g Tennis 43 Banking Typist 33 Business Manager Yearbook 43 Fashion Show 3. GARNET and GRAY '40 M. SPEAS DAVID ALVIN S'I'AliFFliR. JR. Berwyn General Easttown Grammar School "As merry as the day is Iongf, Soccer 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Field Day Events 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 25 Band l. 2, 3, 45 Chorus l, 2, 3, 45 S'Mikado" 15 "Pirates of Penzance" 25 5'Pinafore" 35 Southeastern Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Dance Committee 45 Candle-light Procession 2, 3, 45 Cantata 45 All-State Orchestra Committee 45 Slipper Committee 45 Year- book Staff 4. FREDERICK K. STULL Devon Practical Arts Eastlown Grammar School 4. - . ,, A way of qutelness, an atm, for success. Forestry Club 2 5 Supper Committee 45 Student Council 2. WALTER STULL Devon Praciical Arts Easttown Grammar School ll. A. S'I'Al3FI1'l'IIl, JR. If. S'I'l Ll, "On earth there is nothing great but man.. In man there is nothing great but mindf, Forestry Club 23 Senior Ticket Committee 4. c. surnmw. 2No II. TARR W. STULL R. SUMERFIELD ROBERT ALONZO SUMERFIELD Berwyn Academic Williamsport High School "For some must watch While some must sleepg So runs the world awayf, Football 3, 45 Supper Committee 45 Basketball 35 Track 3, 45 Perfect Attendance 45 Dining Room Committee 45 French CHARLES BURTON SUTIIERN. ZND 5 Berwyn Academic Easttown Grammar School "Cords that vibrate sweetest pleasure, Trill the deepest notes of 'zum-." Football Co-Captain 45 Football 3, 45 Field Day Events 25 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 45 All-State Or- chestra Supper Committee 45 French Club 4. HOWARD RUSSELL TARR, JR. Berwyn Academic Easttown Grammar School "A heart to resolve, a head to contrive, and a hand to executef, Football 1. 2, 3, Captain 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3, Cap- tain 35 Track l, 2, 35 Field Day Events 2, 35 Hiking Club 35 Yearbook Staff 45 Chorus 45 Christmas Fes- tival 45 Chairman of Ways and Means Committee 45 President 35 .lunior Prom 35 Student Council 2, 3, 45 Chairman, Supper Committee 45 Dance Committee 45 Hallowe'en Party Committee 4-5 All-State Orchestra Transportation Committee 4. GARN ET and 29 All-State Orchestra Club 4. GRAY '40 W. TARR K 'M FW. T-XYLOR 'if' I . 'rt-2NAcr.to D. THOMAS JOSICPII W. TENACLIO llerwyn Agriculture Easttowu Grammar School "He is gentle. he is lrindf You'll never, never, jind A better friend than Joseph." Field Day Events 1, 2g Forestry Club 2g Supper Com- mittee 4g Dance Committee 43 Yearbook Staff 43 Per- Wll,l.lAM L. TARR Berwyn Acatletttic liasttown Cratntnar School l'Thv world is good, thc people are good, And we are good fellows together." Vice-President 2g Secretary lg Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, 43 Track 1, 2, 33 Golf 4g Aviation Club 33 Chorus 3g Christmas Festival 3, 4: Supper Committee 43 Student Monitor 43 Candle- light Procession 3, 43 .lunior Prom 33 Senior Dance Committee 4g All-State Orchestra Committee 43 Field Day Events 1. 2, 3. 4. WlLl.lAM HOWARD TAYLOR Frazer Acadcmic Frazer Crammar School L'lVowml11ys we must have speed, F1151 and foster is our creedf' Class Treasurer 23 Chess Club 3g Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4g Band 1, 2. 3, 43 Chorus l, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Festi- val 3, 4g "Pinafore" 3g Christmas Play Cast 2, 43 Bookkeeping Award 3g Supper Committee 43 Candy Committee 43 llallowe'en Committee 3, 43 Sick Com- mittee 33 Yearbook Staff 43 Christmas Party Program 2. 43 Student Monitor 43 Candle-light Procession 3, 43 Cantata 43 .lunior Prom 33 Senior Play Cast 43 County Chorus 43 All-State Orchestra Transportation Committee 4. DAVlD C. THOMAS Malvern Agriculture Abington High School "The rule of my life is lo mnlre business a pleasure, And pleasure my busirwssf, Football 43 Track 4g Field Day Events 43 All-State Orchestra Committee 4g Senior Supper Committee 4. H. THOMAS fect Attendance 13 Stagecraft 1. HARRY WENDFLI, THOMAS Malvern Practical Arts Malvern .lunior lliglt School "He was wont to speak plain and to the purpose." Football 43 Baseball 23 Field Day livents 2, 3. 4: Perfect Attendance 2. 3. 4: Stagecraft Clttb JANET ANN TORELIJ Cedar Hollow Commercial Salem Grammar School 4'Knowlcdge is rr treasure house and books are a key to iff' Field Day Events l. 4-3 Hiking Club 23 Typing Award 33 Stenographic Awards 3, 43 Senior Supper Committee 4g Bookkeeping Award 3. GARNET and GRAY '40 J Tm., 30 F. GERA l.DlN E TOWNSLEY Berwyn Commercial Lincoln Highway Granuuar School "A true friend and a real one, .lolly and rompanionable-" Hockey 2, 3, 4g Tennis 2, 3, 43 Basketball lg Hal- lowe'en Committee 33 Candy Committee 4g Eastfrin 1, 2, 3g Typing Awards 3g Stenographic Awards 3, 4g Field Day Events 1, 2, 3, 43 A. A. Representative 3, 43 Bookkeeping Award 33 Cafeteria 4g Christmas Fes- tival 33 Perfect Attendance 23 Bank Teller 33 All-State Orchestra Committee 4. .lEAN MARIE VAN METER Newtown Square Commercial Willistown Grammar School "Gentle to hear, kindly to judgef' Field Day Events 1, 2, 3, 43 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Christ- mas Festival 3, 43 "Pirates of Penzance" 23 South- eastern Chorus 2. 4: Typing Awards 43 Stenographic Awards 3, 4g Bookkeeping Award 33 Supper Committee 4g Ways and Means Committee 4g Yearbook Staff 43 Student Council 2, 3. 43 Candle-light Procession 3, 43 All-State Orchestra Registration Committee 43 Bank Teller 33 Cantata 43 Eastfrin Staff 13 Student Council 2. 3, 4. EVANGELINE AMY WANSEL Strafford Commercial Stratford Grammar School "A quiet easy-going manner And all she does well rloneg A bit of subtle, girlish glamour, A wealth of friendships wonf' Hockey 1, 2, 3, 43 Field Day Events 1, 2, 3, 43 Typ- ing Awards 2, 3, 43 Bookkeeping Award 3g Steno- graphic Awards 2, 3, 43 Yearbook Stall 43 Perfect At- tendance 2. 3, 43 Bank Teller 33 All-State Orchestra Committee 4. H. VVICKERSHAM Commercial Agriculture C. WOOLARD F. C. TOWNSLEY .l. VAN METI-R H. WANSEL W. WARD WlLLlAM WAl'l' WARD Strallord Academic Straflord Grammar School "We shall always try to follow, Where your torch lights up the wayf, Class President 43 Soccer 2, 3, 43 Track 23 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Southeastern Chorus 2, 33 Chess Club 23 Photography Club 3g Student Council 43 .lunior Prom 3g "Pirates of Penzance" 23 Christmas Festival 1, 2, 3. 43 French Club 4. HELEN VIRGINIA WICKERSH A M Berwyn Coatesville High School "We meet thee, like a pleasant rhoztghtf' Stenographic Awards 3, 4g Bookkeeping Award 33 Hot-Dog Committee 43 Yearbook Staff 43 Typing Awards 43 All-State Orchestra Supper Committee 43 Bank Teller 2, 33 Supper Committee 4g Book Cluh 2. CHARLES WOOLARD Paoli Malvern .lunior High School "By the living lingo, you look toppingf' Boys' Tennis 2, 33 Woodcraft Club 23 Dance Com- mittee 43 Candy Committee 43 Senior Ticket Com- mittee 4g Yearbook Staff 4g .lunior Prom 3. GARNET and GRAY '40 P. YKNNI 120 Words Dorothea Bishop Elizabeth DiLuzio Mark Favinger Kathryn Fisher Carrie Holliday June Lipp Mary Morelli Jessie Bay Margaret Speas Jean Van Meter PAULINE A. YANNI Devon Commercial Strafford Grammar School Hljount that day lost whose low-rlescending sun Views from thy hand no worthy action rlonef' Hiking Club 2g Typing Award 33 Stenographic Award 4g Bookkeeping Award 3g Supper Committee 45 Field Day Evenls lg Bank Teller 33 All-State Orchestra Committee 4. COMMERCIAL AWARDS STEINOGRAPHY 100 Words Grace Benner Louise Carrigan Grace Gallucci Louis Lolli Elsie Mullin Miriam Peehin Esther Princo Dorothy Baum Helen Smith Geraldine Townsley 80 Words Frances Di Fronzo Marie Holland Patricia MacFarland Elizabeth Meszaros Cecilia Morris Elsie Smith Elizabeth Snyder Janet Torelli 60 Words Elwood Bond Mary Delmonico Clair Fetzer Helen Lewis Frances Prado Doris Rice Pauline Yanni Helen Wlickersham Evangeline Wansel 30 Words Raymond Bailey Mary Delmonico Frances Di Fronzo Clair Fetzer Grace Gallucci Anna Belle Hallman Myrtle Malin Dorothy Marron Anna Meoli Frank Rossi Margaret Speas Janet Torelli TYPEWRITI NG AWARDS 40 Words Nicolo Abbonizlo Grace Benner Elwood Bond Louise Carrigan Carrie Holliday Helen Lewis June Lipp Louis Lolli Patricia MaCFarland Miriam Pecbin Esther Princo Dorothy Baum Doris Rice Helen Smith Elizabeth Snyder Evangeline Wansel Helen Wickersham 50 Words Mark Favinger Kathryn Fisher Marie Holland Elizabeth Meszaros Geraldine Townsley Jessie Ray Mary Morelli Pauline Yanni Beatrice Beinhart Jean Van Meter BOOKKEEPING Gold Pin ,....,........,.... Mary Morelli Silver Pin . . .,.. Kathryn Fisher Bronze Pin . . . . . . , Elizabeth Meszaros 32 Our Gflma .Maier Four years we,ve spent within your walls, We,ve worked in class and study halls, Now we must leave, the future calls. Farewell, our alma mater! Though our quests may lead us far, Our dreams of you time neler will mar, And you will be our guiding star, Our alma mater! Come, you fellow Seniors, hear, Brush away that parting tearg F aee the future bright and clear, For our alma mater. Four short years ago we fame, Now we're leaving to seek our fame, To bring honor to the name, Of our alma mater. Sarah Pyle ,40 Gfn Gfdleu lo the Seniors Another year has come and gone, Another class is nearly through, And as Commencement Day draws near, Our thoughts, dear Seniors, go out to you. Welve worked with you: we've played with you. Through the years welve had lots of fun. And now you're leaving and we want you to know We,ve loved you, each and every one. W e hope you won't forget us. W e wish you luck and joy, And Congratulations from all of us Go to each girl and boy. T-E has been proud of you- Teaehers and students, too. She'll watch you as you go through life In everything you do. The class of ,112 says '6Farewell,,, To the class of 540 today. Good luck and happy memories As you travel on your way. Anne Jobson, ,42 0 I' 0 . 0 C 0 F-1 'U w. -: bw as 3 v m 9. r: Q I-l N m ao 2 gg . 02 v -u U v- O '15 G .3 .E ,., if ea .Tj 521 me fl: 2 -' 'cw 0 O QQ 33: SN -5 -E 5 as G -Q 93 2 2 mg e.- Q 3 lv 1- "' 'Q C' o'-' G 9. 59 O 32 05322 -og" CO an ws. 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Hockey opened with the Upper lVlerion game. We lost, 4-O. Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. lan. Feb. Feb. Feb. 30-Football opened with the Glen-Nor game. We tied, 7-7. 7-Collingdale enjoyed a 33-0 victory over T. E. 13-Football at home with Radnor. T. E. lost, l9-0. 21-Upper Merion football game. We lost 20-12. 25-Donation Day fHomeopathic Hospitalj. 26-The Senior High School's Hallowe'en Party. 28-Coatesville football game. We lost, 27-2. 3-Football at home with Haverford. T. E. lost, 55-0. 11-Armistice Day. Downingtown football game. We lost, 44f6. 16-Senior Roast Beef Supper. 18-Phoenixville football game. We lost, 19-O. 23-West Chester enjoyed Thanksgiving with an 8-O victory over T. E. 24?-Holiday. 19-Christmas Music Festival. 20-Faculty, Student, Alumni Christmas Party. 21-X. Y. Z. Party. 21-Jan. 2--Christmas Vacation. 4'-Girls' basketball opened with Haverford. 5-Boys' basketball opened with St. Katherines. 12-Commercial Senior Field Trip to Drexel Open House and the United States Post Office. 27-Senior Dance. 29-Feb. Mid Years. 15-16-All State Orchestra at T. E. 20--Senior Commercial Field Trip to Berwyn Bank. 22-Holiday-Washingtonis Birthday. March 7-8-Schoolmen's Week. March 18-Easter Vacation. Apri Apri Apri May May May May May May May May J une J une J une l 4-5-Senior Play. l 26-Commercial Field Trip to Philadelphia Business Houses l 29-Senior High Chorus flahillips Memorial Chapelj. 2-All State Band. 4'-S. E. District Chorus at Phoenixville. 7-May Day fAfternoonJ 9-10-Cantata. 20, 21, 22-Senior Washington Trip. 23-,luniors went to Gettysburg and Sophomores to the Zoo. 244-Senior Final Examinations. 30-Holiday-Memorial Day. 5-Class Day. 5--Last Chapel for Seniors. 6-Commencement. 36 CLASS WILL WE, THE CLASS OF '40, being supposedly in full possession of our wits and senses, having the attributes of sound and sane judgments of young men and women, do hereby execute and declare this as our last Will and Testament. Under the existing conditions as stated above we do bequeath: I. To the whole school: Item: A goal-that of being the largest class to have been graduated to date. Item: The ghost of some of our couples who like to haunt the corridors morning, noon, and night. Item: The Student Council, which, we feel has gone a large step forward. Item: Our names, initials, and autographs inscribed upon desks and books. II. To the Class of '4-I we do bequeath: Item Our business ability in publishing a "Yearbook." Item Item Item Item Item Item: Item: Item: Item Item : Item Item reputation of serving a good "Roast Beef Supper." mantle of "Senior Dignity." financial ability of our salesmen. good will and fixtures of our candy business. Our The The The The front seats in Chapel. The use of the desks in rooms ll, l2 and 13. The privilege of feeding mice that play in the corridors. The care of the "Practice House." The The The The quality of leadership which we have maintained. right to use all the pleasure in the senior year we didn't take with us. histrionic ability needed to produce a play as successful as "Are You Mr. Butterworth?,' privilege of cooperating with the Junior High School and furthering our good example. III. To the Class of '42 we do bequeath: Item: The privilege of becoming upperclassmen. Item: The privilege of giving a "Prom" to their superiors, the "Seniors," Item: The privilege of receiving and wearing a class ring. IV. To the members of the Faculty we do bequeath: Item: The privilege of expounding knowledge to the remaining students. Item: The right and privilege to urge students to uphold the reputation of T. E. as an educational institution. V. To the Caretakers of the buildings and grounds we do bequeath: Item: Many thanks for all the labor they expended in our behalf. VI. To certain individuals, who have proved their ability to attain these honors, we do be- queath : Item Item Item Item most Item Item: Item Item Item Item Item Item Item : William Ward's position as class president to William Mosteller. : Sara Comins, artistic ability to Lucy Lolli. : Clair Fetzer's excess height to William Nassau. : Miss Seaman's position as Faculty Director of the Student Council to the one who proves fitted. Anna Belle Hallman's title of "Best Girl Athlete" to Clara Bianchi. Dorothea Armstrong's popularity to Alice F orcine. Mary Morelli's position as A. A. Treasurer to Maryella Lehman. Dorothy Lewis' journalistic ability to Catherine Cotie. William McKay's dancing ability to John Fried. June Lipp's "Knack of Style" to "Honey" Kehoe. Elwood Bond's all-around athletic ability to John Sack. David Thomas' carefree ways to Clarence Shulte. The privilege of the Coming Commercial Seniors of working with Miss Neiman in the school ofiice. Item ways Item Item: Item Item : Item: Item Item Item : The future "Ways and Means Committee" all the headaches required in trying to find new of raising money for Washington. : Charles Woolard's title of "Beau Brummel" to William Mosteller. Grace Benner's "sunny smile" to Mabel Bond. Robert Sumerfield's qualities as "cook" to Walter Graff. To Randolph Caulk, Harry Thomas' ability to be jolly all the time under all circumstances. To "Billie and Bobbie,', "Bondie's and Damaris"' title of class "Romeo and Juliet." "Snooky" Raumis ability as cheerleader to Jennie Capelli. Douglas McCaughey's ability to manufacture excuses to Donald Brownlow. To the new patrolmen, the ability to succeed in keeping order among the underclassmen in the corridors. Item: To Mr. Crouse, the privilege of making his annual "frog collection" from all ponds and creeks in and about Berwyn. Finally to our Alma Mater we leave our future, with the hope that it will prove worthy of her ideals. Signed and sealed this first clay of June. in the YEAR OF OUR LORD, ONE THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED AND FORTY. Witnesses: NELLE E. LEAMAN MXLON L. Bonn MARK C. FAVINGER. '40 37 HALL OF FA E Elsie Mullen--best looking girl. Dorothy Lewis anal William War1l4nmst likely to sur'- reall. Charles Woolarcl--best Innk- ing boy. Martha Dill-Wmosl socialilv. Anna Belle Hallman aml Elwood Bond-best athletes. Helen 5miIh4Baslfe I ball Captain. Maree Nassau-most fli arm- ing. Senior Class Ollieersz William Ward. Presillewtg John Davis. Vive-Presirlentg ,Iune Lipp. Sevrvtaryg and Louis Lolli, Treasurer. Howard Tar 1' and Helen D o rot li e a A1'lllHll'llUg'IIIlISl popular. Dorothy Lewis and lllartha Dill. editor and assistuni erlimr of yearbook. Miss Wingard and Mr. Whil- eraft, yearbook advisers. Charles Vlloolaril and ,lnne Lippwbest rlresseil fouple. Frank Rossi-Sofrvr Cup- tain. 9--gg at a. at as SNAPSHUT Biology Scnt Them to the Zoo." Always F rlir lin '." On the Capitol Steps." Cha1'lie.', All Tired Out." Not as Bail as They Look." "Anne anal Bess." Seniors." Minersf, Bill and Blondie." Helen Dottie, Bob, anal .leanfi June." A Vice-president .lacli." Stop Your Nonsensef, Remelnher the Cop, Girls?" "A Friend Worth llavingsCrace." CLASS HISTORY August 23, 19440 Dear Classmates, Now that we are honored alumni, l am thinking of the four wonderful years we had together. In the warmth of the summer vacation l recall the friendships we made and the good times we enjoyed during our four years at T. E. H. S. How would it be if we started a "round-robinw letter to be sent from one to another adding on to it our personal histories and experiences? For permanent record in this letter, I am starting out with my happy recollections of the story of the class of 1940. , The most important day of all was that very hrst one, September 9, 1936, when 150 of us came into High School as meek little Freshmen. How strange and big it all seemed! But soon enough we found that the first shyness had passed away, that already we had made many new acquaintances and that it wasn't so hard to face the upperclassmen after all. The Christmas Party naturally was the crowning social event of that year, since until that time we had been told by our doting parents that we were a "little youngl' as yet for such formal functions. Yes, we girls had our first evening dresses for that gala occasion and my, how proud and beautiful we felt. However, we were interested too in all the football and basketball games and we went to as many of them as we could. Then came that day in May when all the other classes went on trips and we were left home like so many Cinderellas, but we didnlt really mind because it was kind of fun taking over the whole building without any pompous upperclassmen around. Needless to say this year brought our first strug- gles with high-school exams. After a grand and glorious vacation we came back the following fall as very important-feeling Sophomores. That was the first year we had class officers and they were: President, Frank Glaunerg Vice-President, William McKay, Secretary, Helen Dorothea Armstrong, and Treasurer, ,lean Beaver. Due to a very unfortu- nate accident to our President during our Christmas holidays, William McKay took over the duties of President for the remainder of the year. By this time we were fully aware of the fun of participating in such things as dancing, sports, operettas, clubs and many other school activities. And, Oh, l almost forgot the Halloweien parties. Naturally as Sophomores we celebrated this event in the evening and not in the afternoon. Exams, as usual, produced that all gone feeling which is hard to forget. More fun than "a barrel of monkeysw was our first class project when we all went to the zoo. My, what original ucracksw some of our classmates made and some of them were as wet as the weather. Before we knew it, though, school was over for another year and vacation was ahead. 40 CLASS HISTORY But even that passed too quickly and September 8, 1938 found 147 of us return- ing to T. E. H. S. as proud Juniors. After our election we found our officers were: Howard Tarr, Nicolas Shaw, June Lipp and Martha Dill as President, Vice- President, Secretary and Treasurer respectively. That was the year the ground was broken for the new Junior High School, an event of importance to the students and the community alike. It was also a memorable year for us because of our three interesting field trips: first, to Valley Forge in the autumn, then to Brandywine in the early spring, and the most important of all to Gettysburg on the 23rd of May. By this year our "extra-curricularsw were coming thick and fast: the Hallowe'en Party, which was combined with those sophisticated Seniors, the Christmas Party, the Operetta and all the games. But best of all was our Junior Prom and though it,s poor taste to boast there were those who said that "it was the best one yetf, And then there were those last few days of the term when, with the Seniors gone, we realized that we now held their dignified positions. 1've almost forgotten to mention exams this time but don't worry, our teachers didnit forget to give them to us. No such luck! June 13th found us trouping out of school for another vacation. All too soon our Senior year had come when we realized the thrill of occupying the front rows in chapel. Now we could use rooms 12 or 13 and our class was so big, 121 in all, we had to have an additional roo-m and teacher. Our added im- portance was that we were the first Senior Class to have the responsibility of "set- ting a good example" for the Junior High folks. Remember, how much fun it was raising money for the Washington trip? There were o-ur very successful suppersg our dancesg the selling of hot dogs and candy, our bake and movie benefitg and last but not least, our amusing play called, 'fAre You Mr. Butterworth?7' The Christmas party this year was the first dance held in the new gymnasium and it was certainly fun. February 15th, 16th and 17th found us all enthusiastic hosts and hostesses to the All-State Orchestra Festival which was held at our school, in spite of the worst blizzard of the year. A very lovely cantata called "The Rose Maidenw was given this year instead of an operetta and it was very beautiful. And then came our long- talked-of, much-awaited, much-worked-for Washington Trip! Three wonderful days of fun and learning and our High School days were at an end. We couldn't help the few tears that came to our eyes on class day but by graduation night we were stately and composed. Remembering all those things, I cannot but feel that we should continue our friendships started in those four years at T. E. H. S. Always Your Classmate of 1940, Ruth Knier 41 SENIOR SUPERLAT1VES Original ,,....,,..., . Outstanding Personality , . 1. Most Pr zrffl ising Girl 2. Most Promising Boy 3. Most Stztdious . , . , , 4. Most Intellectual 5. Most EMcient .... 6. Most 7. Most 8. Most Dignified .... 9. Most Sociable . 10. Best Natured 11. Most Charming , , , . 12. Most Polite .,..... 13. Most Independent ., 14-. Most Artistic .,..,, 15. Best Instrulnentalist . 16. Best Vocalist .... . 17. Most Histrionic Ability 18. Best Public Speaker . 19. Best Girl Athlete . , . . . 20. Best Boy Athlete . . . 21. Most Versatile . 22. Most Popular Girl .. 23. Most Popular Boy . 24-. Most 25. Most 26. Most 27. Most Carefree . . Reserved .. Talkative folly .,.,.. 28. Best Looking Girl . . 29. Best Looking Boy . . . 30. Best Dressed Girl 31. Best Dressed Boy , 32. Most C ztl' ious .... 33. Best Salesman 34. Best Cook . . 35. Most Noisy . Dorothy Lewis . . William Ward . . . Mary Morelli . . . Dorothy Lewis . . . Mary Morelli .... June Lipp . , Dorothy Raum . . William Wa1'd . . . . . . Martha Dill . . Grace De Yenno . . . , Maree Nassau . . . William Ward . . . David Thomas . . . Dorothy Coflrin . . , , . Sara Comins . . . Dorothy Coflrin . . Phyllis Mullen . . . . Willialn Ward Anna Belle Hallman . . . . . Elwood Bond . . , . , Frank Markle Dorothea Armstrong . . . . . . Howard Tarr . . . Lloyd Ogden . . . Myrtle Malin . Damaris Shinton , . . Elva Patterson . . . , Elsie Mullin , . . Charles Woolard .lune Lipp . . Charles Woolard . , . Margaret Speas . . . Dorothea Bishop . Robert Sumerfield .. . Robert Gilroy l ! H .JU IOR CLASS Andress, Janet Antonelli, Rocco Appicciafucco, Mary Armstrong. Marjorie Atkinson, Reumah Barber. Joseph Barber, William Behrle. Robert Bianchi, Anthony Bianchi, Clara Bloomer, George Bond, Mabel Brandenstein, Robert Breining. Virginia Briggs, Beverly Briggs, Raymond Brown, Grace Brownlow. Donald Cappelli, Jennie Caulk, Randolph Clark, James Clark, Jean Clark, Mary A. Clark. Mary T. Coffin, Veronica Cory, William Cotie. Catherine Coulter, William D'AmlJrosio. Jerry D'Andrea. Albert Darner. William Davis, Charles Davis, Mildred De Simone, Ethel Di Di Di Domenico. Ernest Ferdinando. Anthony Marcontonio, Laura Di Marino. John Di Santo, Pearl Disharoon. Thomas Dorsaneo. Anna Dorsaneo, William Downing. Horace Duncan. Elizahelh D'Urbano. Rohr-rt Dwyer, Eugene Evans, Loretta Falasco, Eleanor Faulds. Donald Favinger. Clair Fells, George Ferguson, Margaret Floyd, Donald Forcine, Alive Ford, Lorena Francis, Mary Frazier, Robert Fried, John Fulton. Joseph Glauner. Frank Gooding. Margaret Gossett. Ruth Graff. Walter Gray. Joseph Green. Quinton Griliith. Edward Grant. Marion Gray. Pauline Griliith, Estelle Haarde. Harold Harper. Elwood Harris. Verlorn Hartmen. Viola Hemcher, John lleritage. Fay Hervey. Oscar Hess, Ruth llolison, Richard Holmes. Eleanor Hunter, Frank lrvinc. Anna Jones, Howard Kehoe. llelen Kendig. Nancy Kirkner. Joseph Kirkner, Raymond Kugler. Audrey Lannutti. Daniel Leaniy. Bertha Lehman, Maryella Lehman. Nancy Leidy. Lillian Lewis. Erma Lolli, Lucy Madden. llelen Malin, Virginia Mann, Clara March, Arthur Martini, Louis McCarns. Eleanor McGoldrick. Edward McKinley, Rowland McNeill, Robert Mercer. Clyde Vletzler. Earl Miller, Helen Nlisetic, George Moore, Mildred Morelli, Joseph Morelli, Tony Morris, Charles H. Morrison. James Mosteller. William Moulter, Phyllis Vlyers, Janet Nassau. William Newman, James Norcini, Fiorie Norcini. Gabriel Parent, John Patton. l'olly Perry, George Peterson. Arthur Phenneger. Miriam Pyle. Donald Raah, James Rehrer, Helen Rosehoro. David Rossi, Angelo Richards, Marjorie Reinhart, Evelyn Rossiter. Maldon Ruggieri. Jennie Sack, John Scamulli. James Schulte, Clarence Sherrard, Rowland Speas. Marcella Spinelli, James Spinelli, Rose Stilwell, Thomas Stocker, Philip Sylvia. Charles Talley. Myra Thomas. Elmer Thomas. Harry To1'oni, Wallace Townsend, Robert Turner, Constance Tyre, Lillian Wallace. Marie Warner, Mildred Waters, Ruth Weaver, Noel Wolfe, Martha Wooding. Eva Yanni, llelen Allen, Doris Allen, Royal Amsler, Harry Armstrong. Thomas Atkinson, Velma Barbour, Thomas Barnes, Lollie Bartosh, John Belmont, Ralphine Benner, Edwin Benner, Raymond Biondi, Albert Bloomer, Harry Bohn. Virginia Boyer, Arthur Boyer, Eleanor Broadbelt, Myrtle Brooks, Harry Brown, Kathleen Brown, Violet Broza, Elliott Buckwalter, Kennet Buffet, Jean Burgents. Edward Burns, Robert Burrell, Sarah Burton, Thomas Bulter, Marjorie Carr, Norris Carr, Raymond Carter, James Chiccino, Joseph Colehower. Horace Colehower, Jane Connell, William Coulter, Phyllis Dailey, Evelyn Dannaker, John Darner, Jane Davies, Megar Davis, Jean h Davis, Richard Dempsey, Helen Dempsey, Margaret Di Ceasre. Philomena Di Cola, Annette Dienno, Samuel Di Franzo, Mary Di Mascio, Gloria D'Innocenzo, Vincent Dixon, John Donato, James Doucett, Elsie Downing, Ruth Estelle, Garnet Ewing, William Falasco, Caroline Farr, Edith Faulkner, Edna Fitzgerald, Betty Ann Fried, Bernard Furlong, Thomas Fulton, John Galloway, Patience Gelermo. Dominic Giovanni, Louis Golder, Jacqueline Green, Daniel Greenleaf, Lois Hall, Marie Hampton, Warren Hardy, May Harned, Eugene Hemcher, Marie Hershey, Jeanne Hervey, Frederick Hobson, Robert Hoffman, Willamay Hoisington, Irving Holley, Margaret Holley, Samuel Holliday, Anna OPHOMORE CLASS Hoover, Walter Huffman. Philip lezzi, Felix Jeffreys, Doris Jobson, Anna Johnson, Leroy Jones, John Jordan, Charlotte Keith, Juanita Kime, Catherine King, Bernard King, Estella Kirkner, Helen Kurtz, Donald Leighty, Chester Lewis, Davis Lewis, Harvey Long, Edith Martin, Julia Mauger, Jane Maxton, Norma 'NlcAdoo, Ruth McCorry, Harold McFalls, Helen McFarland, Richard McKeown, Elizabeth McLees, Jeanne Melchiorre, Charles Mercer, Phyllis Meszaros. Mary Morris, Ruth Moulter, Rita Norris, John Owens, Harvey Patterson, Richard Patton, Alfred Pennell, Merwyn Perdue, Margaret Pilotti. Edith Piombino. Evelyn Pusey. Alfred 45 Pyle, Regina Quick, Helen Raab, George Rangl, Evelyn Rapp, James Raum, George Reid. George Ripka. Elizabeth Rodgers, Ralph Romano, Joseph Rowland, Martha Rubbo, Anthony Rubino. Jean Sassamar, Lois Schmitt, Emily Schmitt. Phyllis Seigford, Kenneth Sharpless, Helen Sheets, Elizabeth Shepherd, Russell Slattery, Elizabeth Slaw, Victor Smith, Lois Snyder, Catherine Stecher. Edward Steele, Elma Stewart, Mary Taylor, Francis Thomas, Myrtle Thompson, Claire Turner, Barbara Tyre, Emma VanMeter, Theda Warren. Elizabeth Weller, Helen Whitworth, Mary Wilmot, Philip Yake, George Yanni, Anna FAIR T AND E Garnel ami G-ray . ' - . J. Ligfllx' nil XEV Ee lice iQ:-M heorlsx 5-:vcJ I K5 1 Jil 54i.i4lf" 'Le Ef3n1'fJI,, n5 'Afgn .,-112734 ew A f J Lge' ggf10f: Q,, :ru JWHE' LZ ' J - J I . ' ev-cr' orI-iJl'1eej- wl1er-ate? wex o, we' ear JEEJL Q'-fir J-flz,fIeflJlE:1J2'H .ap .P X V 5,010-i'l',"""' or our Own T anal wi" W 1 1 : 5 . RE YOU R. BUTTER ORTH? Vlfe may forget the details of the play' but we won't forget Mr. lllIllPl'Wt'lI'lll or the call of the bellhop as he paged him with telegram after telegram. Truly this play' was different from those of earlier years. A yery' noyel feature was the prologue giyen on the main floor before the rise of the eurtain. Then. too. the bellhop paging Mr. Butterworth before the rise ol the eurtain aroused the curios- ity of the audienee long before the eurtain was raised. The at-tion of the play' took plaee in the eombined lobby and eollee shop of the Empire Hotel. At the opening of the play' one was aware that the hotel was a busy' plaee. guests coming and going, telegraph messenger boys delivering telegrams for Mr. Butterworth, the mysterious owner who seemed in no liurryf to elaim his property. .Nmong the guests who came was a jewelry salesman. Mr. Bashinsky' by name. He earried with him a very valuable ease of samples. worth fifty' thousand dollars. The afternoon of his arrival. while he lay in his room. the jewels were mysteriously spirited away. His offer of live hundred dollars for the stolen gems gets every- body busy on the easel Ilan. the elerk. Virginia. the regular waitress, Kat. the elevator girl, Tommy, the hellhop. even Mack. the house deter-tive. redouhled his efforts. Up to the end of the last art suspicion is vast in eyery whirh way and on all sorts of peoplefon Miss Arhella Van Cleve. a maiden lady of pronounc-ed tastes who always carried a black bag which she guarded very earefullyg on Sylvia Deluaney. the night club entertainerg on Helen Worth. the girl whom Dan has befriended and who suddenly was discovered to have a trunk full of expensive elothes and a jewel ease filled with platinum and diamond trinkels. Hut with the arrival of Mr. Butterworth. the quiet dillident owner of the hotel. all false impressions were cleared away. all mysteries were solved to the satisfaetion of every one. The members of the elass of l9flIU who loulx part in DAN MEREDITH !11e desk c1e11' TOMMY the 1161111011 KAT l11e e1evaL0r operator wife of 111,11 11ole1 lllllllllgflt 1101139 detective 14rail1'e.ss in coffee shop fl guesl Il je1re1ry' SUIPSIIIIIII the neu' I4'Cll.1l'8SS fl slmwgirl ll SCl'll11Il'0llIllN 11ole1 owner lelegmplz boy MRS. BENSON BILL HNIACKH, NTCGINNIS VIRGINIA BLAIR MIss ARBELLA VAN CLEVE LEON BASHINSKY HELEN WORTII SYLVIA DELANEY KATRINKA RODEN MR. BUTTICRWORTH FRANK Mueh praise is due Mr. Potts and the members of the stageeraft elub for pieee of work they did in making the stage sets. -13 the play were as follows: William Wfard llobert Gilroy Dorothea Armstrong lflva Patterson Vtfilliam Taylor Martha Dill Marie llolland Louis Faulkner .lean Barr ,lune Lipp Dorothea Bishop .lohn Davis Frank lVlarkle the line l?e'foll'.' llcff In right! .' F. Ileritage, C. SUIIIHTII. D. Ruum Ix B XII IIQQIIIII IJ Ifmnull I Iullon I' Steele W Iomnl H I I In BA D E fill .vIr1g4'.' 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EA TFRI STAFF 'laller f2t'al'l', .lulm Hales. .lusepli TAGECRAFT CL Ulflflfilclzsz llI'l'SlAIlt'lII.' .lusnaml Nl-Lmxwg l'f1't'-lII4l'5f!I!'IIl.' llrmell Axl11.'XI.I-Ililll S1'1l'1'l1Il'.l' 111141 Tl'f'lISIll't'l'I CII xm.1cs Ifxm: ,Xfl'I'IX'IC NIICNIBIQRS Se'111'nr.s ,ll1lIiU!'.Y SUflll0IIIlIl't'.S lolm llzllvs Rnlwrl Bvllrlm' .Xl'llllII' liuym' I llil1'lf'r l'qill'I' lfrm-sl l,ll,llIlI4'lll4'li ,li'lllli'5 Ummm XY Illlkllll Knlulnm-54-r Ruhr-rl ll-l rlvzum Nil-lm' Sluw luv-pl: Nllllllll lvlalynlullul lxirlxnvr NIV. llvnry ff. l'uIIf. Slmmnr .Iulln Saul UI'I'lX l'I'lICS Lllapvl llI4ll"'l"llllN' lllrl lm-1 l"irlx' 51111 A A . N .5 . 1. ,' ur lJillN'f'hl FPIIIH' 'L 2. 144 A ' "4 'Sl'IllUl' nlluy lullu :num lrvm. l vullx l,lllN l'uu11m'm'Pl114'lll. l,llH". ' ' ' ' ' - . . I xpw ml rlPm'uruIll1g1 mul llglllllllgl I. 0. :lll-Flute fll'1'lI1'Sll'llI Nl1i1lle'l1alu'r- ul B1-ll. l1llZM'l'. Ilmm- l,ll4lllf'. Signal. l'1lH1'I'2l'IlI" Iiwl linl' dllil Ulllll 1lf4llll xl V . . y ll ll UI Il .Nh . , .rl ,,.' " "".'L q ---Mg --W ,,.... M M... --f-M-V., ,,, M, -M-.T.....,,1A , 1l,1ll In Il fl!! lun I ,Q PN llilllllll. H 1 Downing, Nancy Iljlllllilll. llvleu Kellmz June Lipp, ' ull ljlllll lxmu Dm alll 1 v Hamm. R1llN"l'l Uilruy. Miriam lJt'ClliIl, Estelle Urillltll, RCllIl1Hll Alkiusun, ,lr'nnu- lupe-lll. Nlxrllv llmnmw. Hulu-rl B1'iiIlllt'IlSl.iflIl. CHEERLEADER CHEERS AN SONGS PEP SONG From far beyond the signal hill, To the camp at Valley Forge. We will rally 'round our team today, In staunch and loyal hordes. .lust to fight for T. IC. High School, And to keep our honor clean. We are out to cheer to VICTORY! Our T. E. Football Team! ANCHORS AWEIGH tTunei With fight on hand T. E., Victory demand, Hold that old pigskin tight and push it through with FIGHT! FIGIIT! FIGIIT! Make CV8l'y chanve count. FIGHT! That makes the score. Until this game weive won Now, that's the big job. That's the big joh. now. CHEE-CHOW FOR THE TEAM! Chee-chow zisgo wow, Biff-bang kalamazzo, Chippetty wee, zisgo gee Iimyaya, umyaya Tredyifrin-Easttown. Rah! Rah! Rah! Team! Team! Team! ALI-KI-NIK ! Ali-ki-nik, ki-nak. ki-ni Ali-ki-nik, ki-nak. ki-ni Hoorah! Hooruh! T. E. High SWING CHEER Chvcrlearler: Hey Gang! Stiidvnts: Yeah! Cheerlearler: Hey Gang! Sfuclents: Yeah! Cheerleader: WIiat's the matter with the team? Sriulents: Oh, the team's all right! Cheerlezzrler: What's the matter with the team? Students: Oh, the team's all right! Cheerleader: ls the team all right? Students: Oh yeah man! Cheerleader: Is the team all right? SflllIOVl,fSf Oh yeah man! Cheerleader: All right then! Students: All right then! Cheerleader: All right then! Sfllill6'IlIS.' All right then! lflieerleafleri Let's give thirty cheers for our big team! All: Oh, ral!-rah. rah, rah, rah. I3 times! Oli, team-team, team, team, team. K3 times! lPausei Rah, Rah. team! PUSH ,EM BACK Push 'em liavk Shove 'em hack. Hold them! Yea! Team ! OLD FIGHT YELL! Fight! Fight! Fight! Fight! T. E. H. S. Fight! Fight! Fight! Fight! T. li. H. S. Fight! Fight! Fight! Fight! T. E. H. S. FIGHT! FIGHT! FIGHT! FIGHT! WELCOME YELL! W-EAI,-If-fl-NI-E W'elcome! Name of visiting team tthree tiniest 52 4 BOYS' ATHLETICS Boysi athletics at Tredyffrin-Easttown this year was marked by a larger number of boys than ever participating actively in competition and practice. ln the Fall the Football squad under the tutelage of Mr. Shadel, assisted by Mr. Boyle, could be found night after night out on the gridiron perfecting plays and timing, while the Soccer boys earnestly dribbled and passed on the field to the West. Under the leadership of Captain Frank Rossi and the coaching of Mr. Whitcraft, the team turned in six wins and six losses, winning five games in a row. Their greatest tri- umph was the defeat handed to Upper Darby on Upper Darby's field when L'Jackie" Friel accurately aimed a shot from the right wing for the only score of the game, thanks to the able guarding of Goalie, MAIN Stauffer. The Basketball team, coached by Mr. Shadel, and assisted by Mr. Williams, gave the crowd plenty of thrills with extra-period games. Captain Elwood Bond and his teammates deserved the ardent support of the T-E roo-ters. Spring Sports were just getting started when this yearbook went to press. Mr. Vllise is coaching varsity Baseball this year and all things point to a most successful season. Mr. Boyle is coaching Track and Mr. Teamer is again mentor for the Golf team. The tennis team is coached by Mr. Crouse. Many seniors have now carried the colors of Garnet and Gray for the last time and it is with a tinge of regret that we say "Good byew to our school, our coaches, and our teammates. We hope we have proven worthy of the ideals you have so stead- fastly held up to us. "For when the Une Great Scorer comes To write against your name, He writes not that you won or lost- But how you played the gamef, VARSITY AWARDS BOYS FOOTBALL SOCCER BASKETBALL Elwood Bond Nicolo Abbonizio Elwood Bond Jose h Duranto John Friel P Herbert Holliday Nicholas Shaw Charles Suthern Howard Tarr William Tarr David Thomas Harry Thomas BASEBALL Charles Farr Hugh McAleer Walter Rice Harry Hershey Joseph Kelemen William McKay Charles Phipps Frank Rossi Elmer Spangler Alvin Stauffer TRACK Elwood Davis Robert Sumerfield William Tarr Joseph Duranto Frank Markle Nicholas Shaw William Tarr Harry Hershey, Manager Lewis Longaker, TENNIS Robert Gilroy Harry Hershey Frank Markle Elmer Spangler Charles Woolard GOLF CHEERLICADINC James De Felice Robert Gilroy Joseph Duranto .lames Patton 54 Manager GIRLS' ATHLETICS Call for candidates for the l939 hockey team was made the opening week of school. A large number responded, among whom were six letter girls. Around this nucleus Coach Leaman developed the first team, captained by Margaret Hall- man. The results were not what we aimed for, for we had only one victory out of four. However, the girls played hard and enjoyed every game. Basketball season opened with a large number of girls reporting for practice. Since practically all of last year's team graduated, there was a lot of keen compe- tition for positions. Helen Smith, the only letter girl, was chosen for captain. The season ended with three victories out of seven games. Due to a late spring, girls, tennis practice started in the Senior high school gymnasium. In tennis as in all the other sports practically all of last yearis team had graduated. Two letter girls remained from last year, Captain Maree Nassau and Annabelle Hallman. The rest of the team consisted of Seniors and Sophomores. Since this is our last year in the tennis league the girls worked hard to keep their position in the upper bracket. VARSITY AWARDS GIRLS HOCKEY BASKETBALL Dorothea Armstrong Dorothea Armstrong ,lean Barr Jean Barr Grace De Yenno Margaret Hallman Margaret Hallman June Lipp Cecilia Morris Helen Smith Carrie Holliday Damaris Shinton Helen Smith Geraldine Townsley A. A. TREASURER Evangeline Warisel Mary Morelli Beatrice Reinhart, Manager 55 TENNIS Maree Nassau Helen Smith Geraldine Townsley Helen Lewis, Manager CHEERLEADING Ruth Knier June Lipp Miriam Pechin Dorothy Raum FOOTBALL Frrmf mir: l.. Shaflel liloaehl, T. Bianchi, N. Carr. R. Townsend. A. Pusey, F. Hunter. ll. Suthern. H. Thomas. R. liaulk. J. Duranto. ll. Thomas. J. Sack. M. Boyle lAssistant Coachl. Serum! rout O. Hervey. li. Bonml. E. Metzler. l.. Giovanni. E. Thomas. N. Shaw. J. Barher. R. Benner. R. llohson. R. Durhano. Third row: J. Morrison. W. Hampton. C. Merver. E. Kelley. T. Burlon. .l. Newman. G. Misetir. R. Dunlap, W. Toroni. Fourth row: R. Ilohsrm. R. Sunierfiehl. T. Ruhho. ali' , f M4 k ,, .,,,.,,-,,...a,.,,., First row lleft to righll .' Jerry D'Ambrosio, William Mosteller, William MCKHY, .James Sca- muffi, Frank Rossi l,CapIainI, Alvin Stauffer, Elmer Spangler, Nicolo Ahhonizio. John Friel. Charles Phipps. Seroml row flefz to rightl: Beverley Briggs, Angelo Rossi. Thomas Furlong, Charles Davis. Roland McKinley. William Nassau, Wallace Cunningham. Thomas Stillwell. Thomas Disharoon. lfvlanagerl. Third row lleft to rightl: Joseph Neiman, Harry Hershev. Charles ll. Morris, William Usher. Mr. Whitcraft lCoach l. OCCEB HOCKEY First row flefz to righzl: Beatrice Reinhart fManagerl. Carrie Holliday, Evangeline Wansel, Jean Barr. Dorothea Armstrong. Helen Smith, Margaret Hallman, Geraldine Townsley. Grace De Yenno, Rose Spinelli, Mildred Warner, Clara Bianchi, Damaris Sllinton. Second row Ueft to riglztl: Audrey Kugler fManagerl. Patricia Geissel, Lucy l.olli. Willa- may Hoffman, Eleanor Holmes. Jean Buffett. Cecilia Morris. Elva Patterson, Jean Clark, Clara Mann, Marian Grant. Margaret Gooding. Mrs. Leaman iCoacht. Third row ilefl to riglztlf Ruth Morris. Lois Smith, Helen Weller, llelen Dempsey, Margaret Dempsey. Charlotte Jordan. Estelle King, Nancy Kendig. Loretta Evans. ..., . , , , - p l Front row lleff I0 flighfli J. Hershey, M. Hardy. K. Brown, R. Morris, P. Coulter. H. Kehoe. Cv. Brown, M. Dempsey. Second row llc'-fl to rightl: Nl. Appicciafuoco. D. Armstrong. J. Barr, J. Lipp, A. Hallman ll. Smith 4CaptainI, M. Hallman. J. McLees. C. Morris, M. Delmoniczo, C. Bianchi. Third row ileft to right! .' ll. Davis, E. Lewis fManagerst. E. Patterson, ll. Yanni, R. Waters, I.. Smith, II. Clark, J. Capelli, Mrs. Leaman iCoachl. GIRL' BASKETBALL BOY 'BA KETBALL Frnnl TUIIR' Assistant lxlilllilglvl' ll. Jnnes. .l. Spinn-lli. IJ. l.4-wis. W. llumplun. J. fllurk. l.. Longa SUFIIIIII rrrlc: R. 'l'nw11sen1l. .l. Svzilnlllli. C. ll. Nlnrrif. N. Slmw. lf. Buml lfiupluini, R. Ca lier llvlE1llliQlPl'l . J. Bdl'l3l'Ii. .l. U'Axnlm1'usiu. A. Pussy. Tlzirrl rpm? l.. Sllarlel lfiwvarlil. W. VlllDl'lDlll.Hl,. lfuulmls. IJ. fil1'CIl. ll. AlIlNlPI'. lf. Nlurlxln-. 'l'. M'1i15li'ni1g1. lu. lxvlley. R. Heuilvr. ,l. Fulton. .l. Xxllllillllr lfhwi-l.1nI lmiulib. lfirxf row llvft tn riglzfii .lunms Nvwman. Alfru-il l'usf'5. Dmmlil lirnwnluw. ,lilllltaw Nluiiiwoii 'Xl1'. Boyle. f.H2llTll. 501111111 l'0Il' H4-fr In fligllllf xVill'l'f'Il llumplun. Rulunil Slll'l'l'21l'll. livurcll llLll4lSllUl'llK'. Hulwl Sunwrfielil. Alxiu Stalllfer. Hilyllllllltl Benner, Royal Allen. 7'l11'rrl rmr llcfl lo riglzfr: Mun Szlwrlllliilll. ,lainie-5 lllurlx. lilwwmcl Davis. Dnnulil Fluyil. Afllllll Hoyt' l'. lim-urge Ruum. l'vHIlI'fll rim' llvfl In riglzll: William Kulilmeyvr. lfurl Nlvlzlvr. William Nlvliay. lflwuml Hnnil TRACK 58 llllx. BOY' TENNS Front mu' llefft In rightb: Charles Wonlarfl, Rohert Cilrny, llnwaril Jones. Nlr. Crouse lflnavli I, lfugene Harneml, Bernard Fried. William Taylor. Bark rou' Hoff to riglzli: William Nassau. Frank fllcArlams. Harry Brooks, Frank Markle, liclwaral Crililitli, Douglas Nlrffaxigliey. Nelson Emory. Harry Hershey. John Davis. Ralph Rogers, Louis Longaker lMgr.l. Front ruu' llafl tu riglzti: llelen Smith, Annabelle llallman. fleralmline Townsley. Mares Nassau. ,lean Buffett. Ruth Waters, Jean lNlcLf-es. Bark row llefl ru righrl: Belly Ripka lAss't Mgizl, Margaret Speas. Clara Bianchi, Helen Lewis lMgr.I. Mrs. Leanlan llluachl, Cecilia Nlnrris, Nanvy Lehman. Helen Weller. Mary Appivriafrlrvvrfu. Clara Mann lAss't lVlgr.l. GIRL' TENN S A EB LL GOLF First fllll' llvff to rightl: lmuis illarlini, .lolm llvmrlwr. William xlUslt'llt'l', William Bzlrlv llugli Nix-Alve'l', .lulm Savli. ,lust-pli Barlic-1'. illlltllllilw l"lIl'l1llll1: .lulm Dillllli-lliPl'. Scrum! mu' llvff In riglill: Um-ar Ilerwy. Rim-liuiul Iluvis. Rulwrl llulmin. Samuel llnlisun my Biaiivllii. Hivliaril l'lulNm. William llunnf-ll. Xlr. Win- lifnuclil. William lJ'0i'sa1wn lilssl ylgl'.l,,l21lIl0S Slilllllllll.liklylllilllll lJLiiilzlp.l1liz1i'le'h ll. xll!l'l'lS.,li1lIIf'5 lilcaiizilmlfluii' l'llllQl'I'Lllll lhlgr f,ll'lIIf'I' jirunl: Tony Nlnrvlli. ami Ylt'filIllll4. nizlwmil. First row iff'-fl lu rightr: Liiuis Graff. Wulluu- iluiiningliam. ,IRIIIIPS llc- Fvlive, Wall:-1' Grail' Ruwluml McKinl+-y, ,luscpli Durzinlu, Lluyil Ogden. Arllmr l,l'lf"l'SUll. Nlr. 'lbuuiei' lflllll4'lll. 611 AVIL'S Cleaners Dyers Laundry 7'r1u'k Sf'l'l7il'l' Through Berwyn Tzuive Daily dv Plant: 330 W. Lancaster Avenue Phones: Wayne 2313-2314 Wayne, Pa W. FRANK MAUGER as FUNERAL SERVICE l ir Malvern, Pennsylvania fl WILLIAM F. HUGGLER Huggler Insurance Agency PAOLI, PA. Phone: Paoli 2478 Malvern 2505 Malvern 2087-I ZENITH and FARNSWORTH RADIO NORGE REFRIGERATION EATTOCK-HUGHES SALES 81 SERVICE CO. Expert Radio Service Engineering C. H. WARNER 81 BRO. Raw and Pasteurized Milk Deliveries between Paoli and Villanova Phone: Berwyn 224 WILLIAM H. DAVIS, Ph.G. YOUR DRUGGIST W e Deliver Lancaster Avenue, Berwyn, Pa. BISSET Cut and Potted Flowers Wedding and Bouquet Specialties Phone: Malvern 2340 Distinctive Printing PAUL C. COMINS 81 SON Commercial Sz Job Printers Lancaster Avenue Stratford, Pa. Wayne 582 DOROTHY C. STEVENS BEAUTY SALON Undine - Nestle - Zotos Permanent Waves Contoure Products 5 Paoli Court, Paoli, Pa. Phone: 2125 COMER'S SMART SHOP Ladies,, Childrerfs, Menis Fnfnisfiingi Gifts nnii Greeting cnnis Phone: Paoli 2408-M PAOLI, PA. ,ff Day's Berwyn Pharmacy A. E. Day, Ph.G., Prop. Reliable Drug Store Service Lancaster Avenue C . A C H U F F for BREYER,S ICE CREAM Berwyn 625 Berwyn, Pa. Approved Pennsylvania Yrivare Business School BUSINESS TRAINING V, for Young Men and Women i igii J susmfss ADMlNlsn1AnoN Cor. U. S. 202 and Route 30 SECRETARML SUENCE ' ffiiSi31'2-5'2'5 0ne,Two and Three Years , Day ond Evening Courses Tires, Batteries and Accessories Fwndvd 1865 spam' summr Scum Phone: Paoli 1906 Pine SI. Wes! oi Brood Philadelphia, Po, Compliments of BERWYN THEATRE BERWYN, PA. . R. P. Conrad, Manager Phone: Berwyn 4-80 Two Complete Shows - Commencing 7 and 9 STRAFF ORD HARDWARE Paints - Oils - Class - Roofing Materials Special Prices Quoted on Quantity Lots Phone: Wayne 1574 Straiford, Pa. JOHN CASAN I WHOLESALE CONFECT 317-319 NORTH SECOND STREET IONER PHILADELPHIA, PENNA. 63 ,T LW S V WM is Mack Oil Company Compliments 0 f l MINTER BROTHERS l Candies FR REPRESENTED BY F. C. HENRY Distributors of IOOW Pennsylvania OILS O Kerosene - Gasoline - Cleaners Naphtha - Fuel Oil - Greases 0 Phone: Berwyn 403 BERWYN HARDWARE C. J. Tollinger HARDWARE and PAINT HOUSE FURNISHINGS, SEEDS. GLASS. ETC. Phone: 215 Congratulations to the Class of 740 MCQU1sToN sz HENRY REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE- SALES BROKER Berwyn 611 HENRY O. GARBER BERWYN, PA. Newsdealer, Stationer and Tobacconist VICTOR L. HARLEY Old Eagle School and Gulf Rds. Success To Class of 1940 EDWARD J. LOCIQWOOD Tredyffrin Township DEVON PHARMACY Lincoln Highway Strafford, Pa. Wayne 1889 ESSO GAS and OIL Groceries, Tobacco, Ice Cream Phone: Wayne 784 We Deliver Devon, Pa WILLIAM H. TROWILL o NEW CARS CHRYSLER and PLYMOUTH Berwyn, Pa. USED CARS Berwyn 119 High Pressure Lubrication - Cars Washed and Polished - Body and Fender Repairing - Ducoing - Welding and Brazing FRANK L. STETSON GARAGE - BERWYN, PA. PHONES: Residence, Wayne 2128 - Garage, Berwyn 432 Ojicial Keystone and A.A.A. Services 65 VAN RODEN'S BURTON'S 53 and 103 Stgre SERVICE STATION Sun Oil Co. Products Post Office Bldg. PAOLI, PA, Lincoln Highway Devon, Pa. EARLVS PHARMACY Al'S Little Barber Shop Prescription Druggist Hair Cutting a Specialty Lincoln Highway and Valley Road Suplee Bldg. Paoli 2304 Paoli, Pa. PAOLI, PA. FRANCIS J. KEHOE Day Phone Electrical Contractor Night P11011-'I 2555 MALVERN, PA. 2515 Refg. Emerson and G. E. Radio and Repairs CHESTER V. THOMAS SALES ' SERVICE MALVERN, PA. COSTUMES, CAPS AND GOWNS Every Garment Cleaned . . . Sterilized . . . Authentic. Consult Miller when Having a Play, an Operetta, or Graduation Before Going Elsewhere. MILLER COSTUMIER, INC. 236 South llth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. PENnypacker 1892 Established 1892 All Period Costumes Used in Dramatic Productions. Also All Caps and Gowns Used at Graduation by Seniors, are furnished by MILLER COSTUMIER, INC. 66 Compliments of Compliments RALPH PEIRCE Jeweler of y . EMIL DILL WATCHES DIAMONDS l SILVERWARE P T Ti P X CLASS RINGS EMBIJEMS l . I Lincoln Highway PAOLI, PA. NOW Located at NEWSPAPERS - MAGAZINES Allthony Wayne Theatre 1 i WAYNE PA Dependable Service 9 ' Phone: Paoli 1942 Compliments of PAOLI BANK 81 TRUST COMPANY PAOLI, PA. 0 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. A SELECT Park for SELECT People Churches, Lodges, Clubs, etc., everything FREE Tennis, Bathing, Pavilions, etc. For Terms Apply M. L. Armstrong Phone: Malvern 1958 RUSTIC PARK, PACLI, PA. 67 INSTRUCTION - CHARTER - SALES - SERVICE DEMORR AERONAUTICAL CORPORATION Owners and Operators Main Line Airport, Paoli, Pa. EASTERN DISTRIBUTOR FOR RYAN AIRPLANES A Complete Instruction and Charter Service in Carefully Maintained Modern Metal Airplanes LUMBER . . . HAZELBROOK COAL MILLWORK, BUILDING MATERIAL HAY, FEED, STRAW, GRAIN We Give Quality Service - We Solicit Your Patronage ESTATE OF WM. H. FRITZ Phone: 608 Berwyn, Pa. S T A A T S QUIET MAY OIL BURNERS - COAL - FUEL OIL Malvern - West Chester Phone: 2777 WEAVER'S DAIRIES Pusteurized and Golden Guernsey Raw Milk - Choeolate and Buttermilk Mal. 2231-W - Malvern, Pa. WASHING LUBRICATION BOB'S SERVICE--United Gas and Oils TIRES and ACCESSORIES - BATTERY SERVICE BOB SMURTHWAITE, Prop. BERWYN, PA. Compliments 0 f GREEN LANTERN INN PAOLI, PA. H. F. FEATHERSTON, Prop. HOWARD SLATTERY, Mgr. 68 Compliments of THE BLOOMEB PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. BROWN 'S BEAUTY SHOP ZOTOS - EUGENE - VAPOR MARCEL - PERMANENTS Complete Beauty Service Il S. Valley Road, Paoli, Pa. Phone 2239 Compliments of MAIN LINE COAL and FEED CO. Edward A. Alleva, Prop. PAOLI BRYN MAWR Pennsylvania Compliments o f BILL PYOTT'S BERWYN SERVICE STATION Aigeldingefs Service Station A-Z Lubrication - Nu-Blue Sunoco Darby Road and Lincoln Highway PAOLI, PA. Phone: Paoli 1998 D. C. BEHRLE UPHOLSTERER Paoli 2541 Paoli, Pa. Compliments of WM. E. RAMBO GENERAL HAULING BARKER'S FARM MARKET lffg Mile West of Frazer Lincoln Highway GOOD EATS Phone: Malvern ZIUIIIII HARRAR 81 GLENN Service Stations - Restaurant Lincoln Highway, Berwyn Open 24 Hours Daily ATLANTIC and MOBILGAS OTTEY'S GARAGE, Inc. PAOLI, PA. Established 1914 Guaranteed Automotive Repairs Body ana' Fender Work GAS - OIL - TIRES Save up to 402, on Tires H. H. LAMBORN Real Estate and Insurance Notary Public Berwyn 667 Berwyn, Pa. Upholstering Cabinet Making Finishing OLD SCHOOL ANTIQUES FRAZER, PA. SCOTT B. VOGAN MARIE E. VOCAN Lincoln Highway Phone 4 Mi. West of Paoli Malvern 2629 J To Investigate Does Not Obligate Alterations and Repairs Tin Roofing and Spouting Water Systems - Oil Burners Sheet Metal Work BERWYN PLUMBING Sz HEATING CO. BERWYN, PENNA. C. W. Leighton, Prop. Berwyn 280 Phones Paoli 2622 W. I. BARTRAM Hardware - House Furnishings Paint . . . Glass MALVERN , PA. Compliments of THE CLARK BROS. MERIN-BALIBAN 1010 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, Pa. 0 Official Photographers to the 1940 GARNET AND GRAY Specialists to Schools - Colleges - Universities - Clubs 0 Special Rates to Students HASCO CHEVROLET, INC. WAYNE, PENNA. BENDIX Clothes Washer LYNAM ELECTRIC CU. NEVERYTHING ELECTRICAL" SOLD AND REPAIRED Victor and Bluebird Records Wayne 999 71 Alh1'eeht's Flowers 112 Lancaster Ave. WAYNE I Fresh Flowers from Our Greenhouses ALL SEASONABLE FLOWERS DECIDE The Fuel Problem Wisely Order Super-Clean Famous READING ANTHRACITE I W. E. lsinger PAOLI, PA. 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ICE CREAM Opportunities For Young People are increasing as business expands STRAYER GRADUATES secured positions even during the depression During a recent period of six months T8 students trained in our school were appointed to Federal Civil Service positions, and during the same period of time 260 of our other students obtained goo-d permanent business positions. 0 STRAYER'S BUSINESS SCHOOL 807 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, Pa. 73 Compliments 0 f R WILLIAM H. DOYLE, INC. RERWYN, PENNA. H A R O L D 9 S WALTER T. MATTHEWS Popular Price MERCURY FORD DEPARTMENT STORE LINCOLN-ZEPHYR SHOES R HOSIERY - UNDERWEAR 50 and IOC DEPARTMENT Paoli 2600 Berwyn 600 Save Time and Money at I FORD TRACTOR H A R 0 L D 9 S Lancaster Pike BERWYN, PA. THE LAFAYETTE HOTEL 16th and Eye Sts. I In the Shadow of The While House T THE CARROLL ARMS HOTEL Ist and C Sts., N. E. In the Shadow of The Capitol JEFF FORD'S HOTELS IN WASHINGTON, D. C. 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