Tredyffrin Easttown High School - Yearbook (Berwyn, PA)
- Class of 1946
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THEIJYFFHIN-E!-KSTTUWN .IUINT HIGH SIIHUUL
We, the class of nineteen hundred forty-
six, publish this record of our three years of
Tredyifrin-Ecrsttown High School life.
In appreciation ot her sincere friendship
and invaluable assistance we, the class of
nineteen hundred forty-six, dedicate this,
our yearbook, to Miss Bertha M. Neiman.
Barbara Pegg Elizabeth Amedei
GIRLS' SPORTS EDITOR
BOYS' SPORTS EDITOR
Marie De Yenno
Mrs. Clara H. McElhan
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Mrs. Madeleine M. Royer
Mr. Alger C. Whiteman . i 1"
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ASSISTANT ART EDITOR
, . . ,Editorial
, . , .Business
Class Sponsor . .
Table nf Contents
School Board ....
Class Song .....................
Senior Class Ofiic
Senior Informals .
ers, Honor Roll ....
Senior Farewell ....
We, the Seniors . .
Class History . . .
Class Will ......
Class Prophecy ............,....
Senior and Sophomore Farewells . . .
Advertisements . . .
22-Ianuary 1 ......
Local Teachers' Meeting
Our Senior Year Commences
The Football Season Begins With the Defeat of
Victory Over Radnor
Beat Upper Merion
County Institute at West Chester-School
The Big Game of the Season-WEST CHESTER
Annual Christmas Party
3choolmen's Week-School Closed
Easter Vacation-School Closed
'School Year Comes to a Close
FROM YOU, THE CLASS OF 1946, came this request: "The senior class
would greatly appreciate a few words from our class adviser for the Yearbook.
We want to keep that which you wish to say to us .... "
That which I might wish to say to you would not originate with me, but
rather be the living spirit of T-E-coming from many quarters-originating
and being reiterated by all those interested in this high school.
I could quote what your superintendent, Mr. Wagner, said to you in as-
sembly a few weeks ago-"There are bigger high schools in this Common-
wealth but none better than yours-if you believe that and work to make it
true, it will be so."
I have worked with you to help you make you and your class worthy
members of such a high school.
The present administrators of this high school have no doubt had an influ-
ence upon your growth,--physical, mental, and moral. Their job, along with
mine, and every other member of the faculty, has been one of endeavor to
help each one of you to broaden your scope of life, improve your character
and help each girl build a WOMAN and each boy a MAN.
You came to us young and are leaving us, although still young, much
wiser. I, too, came to this high school rather young. The same leaders of the
school that have had so great an influence in your life have also had an in-
fluence on my life. Behind these men there were other leaders who had a
great influence upon me. These too, therefore, have had an indirect influence
upon you and your school of today.
I could quote from them ally however, they would all breathe this living
spirit of T-E.
Your school has come to mean much to you. School spirit in times past
has induced you to give your best. The school that you are leaving will con-
tinue to be interested in you and hopes to continue to hold your interest. It
can be of assistance to you. As members of the Alumni, your school will al-
ways need you. It will need your loyalty and support so that it may continue to
improve and become more helpful to those who come after you.
May you, the Class ot 1946, always emulate the good qualities of all who
believe and work to make T-E the best high school in Pennsylvania.
HENRY C. POTTS
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THEIIYFFHIN - EASTTIJWN
JIJINT HIGH SIIHIJIJI. BUAHIJ
President ........ ............... M r. W. C. Latch
Vice President ..... .... D r. Thomas G. Aiken
Secretary ...... .... M r. Edward H. Tyson
Treasurer .... ........... M r. William S. Dillin
Dr. Thomas G. Aiken ........... .... E asttown
Mr. William B. Brosius. . . Tredyfirin
M1. William S. Dillin .... .Easttown
Dr. I. Anthony Kelly ..... Tredyfirin
Mr. W. C. Latch ....... Tredyiirin
Mr. Iames A. Murray .... Treclyffrin
Mr. Rhinewalt S. Platt ..... Tredyffrin
Mr. Lawrence S. Roney ..... .... E asttown
Dr. D. I. Rosato ......... Tredyfirin
Mr. Ioseph W. Sharp, Ir.. . . .... Easttown
Dr. I. T. Spangler ......... .... E asitown
Mr. Edward H. Tyson, Sr.. . . Tredyifrin
The approach of graduation brings memories of many pleasant days in
school and inspires hope for the challenge which lies ahead. The clouds of
war which were ever present in your high school days have now been lifted
to be replaced with the confusion of peace. Visions of brighter and happier
days lie in the hearts of all men and the door of opportunity stands open for
everyone. Our hope is that the realization of these visions will be attained by
each one of you.
"May all your ways be pleasant ones,
And all your pathways peace."
HOBSON C. WAGNER,
T-E CLASS OF 1946:
Less than an hour ago we learned that another of T-E's sons had paid the
supreme sacrifice. I knew him well. I had been his teacher and principal and
we were Iriends.
His ancestors had come to America from the heart of Europe: he returned
to the land of his forbears and gave his life so that our liberties might live.
"Dulce et decorum pro patria mori." iFrom Odes of Horace 65-8 B.C.l
I feel certain that every member of the Class of 1946 agrees with Horace
that "it is sweet and honourable to die for one's country." I wonder how many
oi you realize that to "live" for one's country is also sweet and honourable
and, if done wisely, the day might come when it would no longer be necessary
that the youth of each generation sacrifice their lives on the Altar of Freedom.
WALLACE S. BREY, Principal
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MARY L. DUNLAP
ELEANOR G. CORNMESSER
OLLIE BELLE COFFMAN
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CLARA H. MCELHANEY
ALGER C. WHITCRAFT
MARION D, WILSON
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STANLEY M. GRAY
HAROLD S. OSWALD
EVA IUNE SMITH
MADELEINE M. ROYER S. IRENE BRUMBAUGH
WINIFRED M. NASH
RUTH D. ROSS
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, 3 H. ELIZABETH BUCK
IOHN F. DWIGHT
IUNE W. REED
Art ETHEL F. RANDOLPH
IResigned February 19467 Music
WILLIAM O. MECHLIN
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l. Office prcrctice with Miss Neiman. 2, Mrs. Lang, School Nurse. 3. Mr. Wagner, cz Iunior ct
Albright College. 4. Mrs, Stcxrliper. 5. Parking lot und shop. 6. Miss Buck. 7. Faculty-
Picnic Casualty. 8. Officer Maurice Lewis. 9. Miss Nash. 10. Mr. Meyer as cr college boy.
ll. Mr. Dwight.
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From halls endeared, we must depart
O'er life's highways, far and near.
Your lamp has been our guiding star
Through the years we've spent with thee.
The friendships and the memories dear
With us shall always be so true,
Where'er we go, we'l1 honor thee.
Our dear T and E.
As we go forward in this world
From our Alma Mater true,
We'll carry on throughout the years
With the knowledge gained through you.
We now are strong in heart and soul:
We'll use this strength to win our goal.
So with fond memories in our hearts,
We bid fond adieu.
Words by Anna Toroni and Anna Natale
Presxdent ....................4. Ierry BGIIUCCICIII
Vlce Ptes1dent ..... .... V crlentmo Rubbo
Secretary ..... ..... I rene Koons
Treasurer . . . . . Corlnne Lobb
Green and White
"What We Do, We Become"
IERRY PETER BERTUCCIATI
WILLIAM BRINTON BROSIUS
KLARA PENELOPE HARBAGE
FAYE ANNA HOFFMAN
REITA CORINNE LOBB
WINIFRED MARY PATTISON
SYLVESTER VICTOR SKATZ
IEAN ELIZABETH STARLIPER
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1. Bob Barnes, Ah yes! A Ford. 2. "Pot," "Dot" and Iune. 3. Which is Iennie, 4. Aren't they
cuie! 5, Fun on the campus. 6. "Dee Dee." 7. Now, lane! 8. Sisterly Love. 9. Striking Cir-
cle, IU. Grammar School. 11. Corinne. 12. Iunior High. 13. Men Working! 14. "Iohnny."
l5. Annie and Doll. 16. Ethel. 17. "Roney" at cz tender age. 18. "lime," "Pot" cmd "Ginny"
19. The gang. 20. Lazy at gym class. 21. "Dot" cmd "Ginny."
l. Chem. lab. 2. "Tina," gas jerker. 3. Schoolgirls. 4. Intra-mural hockey. 5. Some of the
gang. G. Young love. 7. Betty, Marie, "Chum," "Dutch." 8. They got a touchdown, 9. Hop-
skotch, IU "Ginny" ll. Dick and Barbara. 12. "Potts," at a very early age. 13. Women
only! 14. lean and "Dot,"
"Lizzy" Berwyn, Pennsylvania
Homeroom Secretary XII, Athletic Association Repre-
sentative XI, Library Assistant XII, Yearbook Statt XII,
Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Drum Majorette XI, XII,
Bowling League X, Poster and Sign Club X, XI, XII:
Class Ring Committee XI, Decorating Committee X,
Petite and sweet, Elizabeth has managed to crowd into
a tull study schedule a host ot school activities. She
has been valuable on the yearbook statt, likes to sew
and is interested in art. We hope she will soon achieve
her ambition to drive her own car.
"Ho" Berwyn, Pennsylvania
Homeroom Vice-President Xl, XII, Monitor XII, Class
Constitution Committee X, Nominating Committee XI,
Aviation Club XI, Band X, XI.
Although Bob is very quiet, he is well known because
ot his mechanical "know how." The Berwyn auto grave-
yard might be called his experimental lab because it has
seen everything from his earliest contraptions to his lat-
est "chariots" come and go.
"Bert" Malvern, Pennsylvania
Class President XII, Homeroom President XII, Home-
room Vice-President X, Student Council X, Athletic As-
sociation President XII, Monitor XI, XII, Senior Com-
mencement Committee XI, Nominating Committee X,
XII, Decorating Committee XI, Dance Committee X, XI,
War Bonds and Stamps Committee X, Aviation Club XI.
lerry is popular with his classmates, has a pleasant
personality, and a co-operative attitude. He likes to read
and particularly enjoys sports. His leadership has been
valuable both in class and Student Council activities.
When it comes to friendship, that's Ierry's "middle
name," tor he has a smile that warms the hearts ot all
who know him.
MARY S. BEST
"Mary" Devon, Pennsylvania
Newspaper Statt XI, XII, Yearbook Statt XII, Library
Assistant XII, Field Day Events X, XI, Girls' Chorus X,
Ways and Means Committee XII, Hot Dog Committee
XII, Candy Committee XII.
Quiet and pleasant, Mary has attractive wavy brown
hair and a "peaches and cream" complexion. She is
tond ot ice skating and dancing and her main interest
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BETTY ANN BRYSON
"Wal" Malvern, Pennsylvania
War Bonds and Stamps Committee Xlp Cafeteria Cash-
ier XI, XII, Girls' Chorus X7 Cheer Leader Xl, Band XI:
Field Day Events XI, XII.
Betty is known to her friends as "Wal." She is very
loyal and would do anything in the world for them.
Every school morning finds her before the mirror chat-
ting with "the gang." lf not seen, you can easily locate
her by the "giggle."
"Kitty" Berwyn, Pennsylvania
Red Cross Representative X, Yearbook Staff XII:
Finance Club X, War Bonds and Stamps Committee X,
Hot Dog Committee XII, Field Day Events X, XI, Ath-
letic Association Representative Xl, Cafeteria Assistant
"Kitty" was voted the most dignified girl in our class,
but that does not mean that she isn't fun. She spends
most of her time in the home economics department and
has been a valuable assistant in the cafeteria.
"Dutch" Malvern, Pennsylvania
Girls' Chorus Xllg Cafeteria Cashier XI, Xllg War
Bonds and Stamps Committee Xlp Field Day Events XI:
Bowling League XI.
"Dutch" is always ready for a good joke, but she can
also be very serious. When she smiles she has a cute
dimple in her right cheek. She has a sweet personality
and is well liked by everyone. "Dutch's" favorite sport
"Bill" Berwyn, Pennsylvania
Class Vice President Xlg Student Council X, XI, XII:
Dance Orchestra Xl, XII, Monitor XI, XIIg Band X,
XI, Football Manager XI, XIIQ Orchestra X, XI, Basket-
ball Xp Track X, Xip Field Day Events XI.
l'Bill" is one of the most active members of the class.
His cheerful and intelligent manner has won him a dis-
tinction among his classmates that very few people hold.
His leadership as president of the Student Council and
his position as senior manager of the football team prove
him to be a well-rounded, well-liked fellow.
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"Terry" Berwyn, Pennsylvania
Yearbook Staff XII: Decorating Committee X, XI, XII:
Poster and Sign Club X: Bowling League X: Cheer
Leader X, XI, XII: Field Day Events X, XI, XII: Hockey
X, XI, XII: Basketball X, XI, XII.
"Terry," a dark-haired, pleasant miss, is character-
ized by her sweet smile, distinctive laugh and gentle
disposition. One of her major interests is sports, in which
she has been very active. She is especially fond of
hockey, basketball and bowling.
"Ollie" Berwyn, Pennsylvania
Yearbook Staff XII: Cafeteria Cashier XII: War Bonds
and Stamps Committee XI: Field Day Events XI.
Ollie, one of our "commercials," likes bookkeeping,
movies and dancing, Her activities during the past three
years have been varied and this year she has been help-
ful on the yearbook staff. She is quiet and usually found
"Eddie" Berwyn, Pennsylvania
Class President X, XI: Homeroom President X, XI:
Student Council XII: Athletic Association Representative
XI, XII: Football X, XI, XII, Captain: Basketball
X, XI: Baseball XI: Field Day Events X, Xl: Finance
Club X, XI, XII: Class Ring Committee XI: Noon Dance
Committee XI: Monitor XI, XII.
A striking personality, a pleasing voice, a friendly
smile, and you have Ed. He is an all-year sportsman but
his favorite game is football. He has served the student
body very well as a monitor and member of the Student
"Chips" Stratford, Pennsylvania
Hockey XII: Field Day Events X, XI: Ways and
Means Committee XII: War Bonds and Stamps Com-
mittee XI: Hot Dog Committee XII: Candy Committee
XII: Decorating Cognmittee X: Newspaper Staff XI, XII:
Yearbook Staff XII: Library Assistant XII.
Who has a broad winning smile and that distinctive
little laugh? lt's probably tall slim Alma. She loves to
ice skate, is a wonderful sport, and an everlasting friend.
All through high school Georgena has been her constant
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"Ioe" Devon, Pennsylvania
Basketball X, XI.
Ioe is a dark, good-looking lad whose main interest is
music. He plays the drums and hopes some day to have
his own orchestra. Very often he can be seen cruising
through Malvern in his dad's Lincoln. Next to playing
in an orchestra, he likes dancing best.
MARIE DE YENNO
"Dolly" Devon, Pennsylvania
Yearbook Staff XII: Baseball X: Field Day Events X,
XI, XII: Bowling League X, XI: Hot Dog Committee XII:
Candy Committee XII: Girls' Banquet Committee XI, XII.
This attractive, dark-haired young lady has a pleasing
manner and rates high in the estimation of her class-
mates. She is very co-operative and always willing to
lend a hand. Sewing is one of her achievements, and
collecting the latest records is her hobby.
FRANK DI FELICE
"Beefy" Malvern, Pennsylvania
Orchestra X, XI, XIIQ Dance Committee XI, XII, Noon
Dance Committee XI, XII, Motion Picture Operator XI,
Frank, who is better known to the boys as "Beefy,"
is a jack of all trades. He is Mr. Gray's chief assistant,
in charge oi the music for noon and Student Council
recording dances. Without him we would be at a loss in
assembly, for who would set up the amplifier, run the
movies or manipulate the slides?
CATHERINE DE SIMONE
"Reds" Devon, Pennsylvania
Field Day Events X, XI, XII.
Catherine is short, red-haired, has a winning smile
and a cheery "hello" for all. She is good-natured,
friendly and co-operative. "Reds" enjoys cooking and
dancing and shows skill in both.
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"Dick" Berwyn, Pennsylvania
Entered from Port Richmond High School, Richmond,
N. Y., XII, Basketball Assistant Manager XII.
"Dick" entered T. E. early this year and immediately
made a place for himself among us. His outstanding
characteristic seems to be speed, tor he is quick of
speech, thought and movement. Track is his main in-
terest and he is credited with organizing the cross coun-
try track team this year.
"Hank" Radnor, Pennsylvania
A clean cut, handsome chap with dark curly hair,
"Hank" is interested in such outdoor sports as hunting,
swimming and baseball. He likes variety in many things,
especially girls. Iames hopes to join the Marine Corps
in the spring.
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ANNE DI DOMENIC
"Andy" Devon, Pennsylvania
Athletic Association Representative XII, Hot Dog Com-
mittee XII, Basketball X, Soft Ball X, Hockey X, XI,
Field Day Events X, Xl, XII, Bowling League X.
Anne is one of the quietest girls in our class. She
takes her school work very seriously. Anne spends part
of her time working in Wayne, but she has always found
time to participate in our school activities. Anne has a
kind word for everyone.
"Louie" Berwyn, Pennsylvania
Football X, XI, XII, Baseball X, XII, Field Day Events
XI, XII, Monitor Xl, XII, Decorating Committee XI.
Lou played guard on the football team. He has a
pleasing personality and a faculty for breaking things
and getting into mischief. He spends much of his time
trying to persuade his father to allow him to use the car
to take out one of his many young lady friends, and
ends by going on the train.
"leannie" Malvern, Pennsylvania
Girls' Chorus X3 Field Day Events X, XI.
"Ieannie" has long brown hair and a pleasant
smile. She is dainty and full of pep, making her good
company. Ready and helpful, you will find her always
"Dunk" Stratford, Pennsylvania
Class Vice President X, Student Council X, XI, XII,
Newspaper Staff X, XI, XII, Monitor Xl, Cheer Leader
XI, Field Day Events XI, Dramatic Club XII, Ways and
Means Committee XII.
Dick has a contagious smile. His keen sense oi humor
and his ability to think things through have made him
a valuable member of T. E. His hobby is writing which
he has demonstrated by his work on the newspaper
"Fran" Strafford, Pennsylvania
Cheer Leader X, XI, Yearbook Stafi XII, Field Day
Events X, XI, XII, War Bonds and Stamps Committee
XI, Cafeteria Cashier XI, XII.
Tall and poised, "Fran's" ambition is to become an
actress. She has given us several excellent assembly
demonstrations of her ballet dancing. She is easy going
and makes the best of whatever comes her way. "Fran"
is usually found chatting with Betty about Saturday
"Georgie" Wayne, Pennsylvania
Girls' Chorus XII, War Bonds and Stamps Committee
XI, Basketball X, Field Day Events X, XI, Decorating
Full of pep and ready to laugh-that's "Georgie" She
is a true pal, a good friend, and a willing helper. She
enjoys dancing and can frequently be seen inventing a
new 'liitterbugu step.
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HDMI!" Berwyn, Pennsylvania
Football XII: Field Day Events XI: Decorating Com-
Smiling, happy-go-lucky "Dink" is well known around
T. E. He is mechanically inclined and has supplemented
his course with practical work in a garage at Malvern
outside of school hours. His knowledge of mechanics and
a pleasant disposition assure him of success.
"Maggie" Paoli, Pennsylvania
Drum Majorette X, XI, XII: Hockey X: I-Iomeroom
Treasurer X: Cafeteria Cashier XI, XII: War Bonds and
Stamps Committee XI: Field Day Events X, XI, XII.
"Maggie" is good-hearted and friendly. She makes
friends easily and is liked by everyone. Most of the time
she is very care-free: but once in a while she will sur-
prise you and will become very serious.
"Carm" Malvern, Pennsylvania
Homeroom Secretary X, XI: I-Iomeroom Treasurer XII:
Red Cross Representative X: Yearbook Staff XII: Cheer-
leader XI, XII: Field Day Events X, Xl: Girls' Chorus X:
Decorating Committee XI: Ways and Means Committee
Carmen is a short, attractive blonde, full of excess en-
ergy. She is carefree and jolly, and her friendliness and
sincerity have made her a lavorite at T. E. Dancing,
combing her hair and eating hamburgers are her spe-
"Piggy" Paoli, Pennsylvania
Poster and Sign Club XI, XII: Score Board X, XI, XII.
Unassuminq but not retiring, lohn seems to find plenty
to talk about to Holland in homeroom two. He has done
a good job in charge of the "down" box and yard mark-
e.s at football games and was also in charge of the
electric signboard tor basketball.
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"Bea" Malvern, Pennsylvania
Field Day Events X, XI, Bowling League X, XI, Candy
Committee XII, Girls' Banquet Committee XII, Yearbook
"Bea" is a quiet and retiring home economics student.
She has served on several committees, and outside oi
school hours has been working at Great Valley Mills.
Skating is her hobby, which she greatly enjoys.
"Ianie" Paoli, Pennsylvania
Ways and Means Committee XII, Yearbook Stall XII,
Basketball X, XI, XII, Tennis X, XI, XII, Hockey XII,
Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Bowling League X, Dra-
matic Club XII, Hot Dog Committee XII, Girls' Banquet
lane is always ready to supply a laugh when things
are dull, and her irresistible giggle may burst torth any-
where at any time. Her ability as a leader showed in
the way she handled the hot dog committee, a sore sub-
iect in the days ot rationing. From tootball season on
"Ianie" and her hot dogs could bring a laugh to all who
knew and understood.
HELEN R. FAZZINI
"Lin" Berwyn, Pennsylvania
Homeroom Treasurer X, Library Assistant XII, Year-
book Staft XII, Athletic Association Representative XII,
Girls' Chorus X, Field Day Events X, XI, Bowling
Lovely brown eyes, curly brown hair and a pleasing
disposition are a lew ot "Lin's" characteristics. Her lus-
cious cakes have made many mouths water at lunch
time. Her tacttulness will help her a great deal in her
"Foggy" Malvern, Pennsylvania
Red Cross Representative X, XI, Basketball X, Hockey
X, XI, XII, Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Orchestra X,
XI, XII, Band X, Bowling League X, Dramatic Club XII,
I-Iot Dog Committee XII, Decorating Committee X, XI,
Yearbook Stafl XII.
Vivacious, energetic and prominent in sports and
school activities is Barbara. She is recognized by her
bright yellow hair and a pair ot the bluest eyes in T. E.
Although quiet and unobtrusive, she has a poise and
charm that has gained tor her the respect and triend-
ship of all her classmates.
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l'Deedee" Malvern, Pennsylvania
Homeroom Secretary X5 Field Day Events X, XI, XII,
Invitation Committee XI: Yearbook Statf XII, Red Cross
Bernice, better known to her friends as "Deedee," is
a favorite in her crowd. She is always ready and willing
to do her share. Her beautiful penmanship will be an as-
set in her business career, and the ability to find the
bright side of things will take her a long way in the
"Dorrie" Phoenixville, Pennsylvania
Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Ways and Means Com-
"Dorrie" is a fun-loving girl with a wonderful sense of
humor which has acquired for her many friends at T-E.
She has made many dull moments bright with her witty
remarks and we wish her success and happiness in the
"Penny" Devon, Pennsyvania
Basketball X, XI, XII, Tennis X, XI, XII, Hockey X,
XI, XII: Field Dcxy Events X, XI, XII, Bowling League
Xp Poster and Sign Club X, XI: Decorating Committee
X, XI, Nominating Committee Xp Yearbook Staff XII.
"Penny" is found wherever something is happening.
This versatile lass with lovely, blond wavy hair is
one of the most earnest rooters for the school. She has
been a valuable member of our class. We are all thrilled
by her accomplishments in art. Good luck in everything
you do, "Penny,"
"Smoke" Malvern, Pennsylvania
Homeroom Vice-President XII, Basketball XI, Field
Day Events XI, Aviation Club X5 Ways and Means Com-
mittee XII, Decorating Committee X, Xl, Nominating
Lyndel is better known as "Smoke" He has served
well on various committees, is a good dancer and plays
basketball, ln his spare time he works in a drug store.
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"Hitch" Stratford, Pennsylvania
Track X, XI, XII: Field Day Events X, XI, XII: Ways
and Means Committee XII.
A talented and active young man is Charlie. He is a
sportsman on the playing field and off, and his pleasant
personality will be an asset in his lifetime pursuits. He
is a track man and his hobby is collecting photographs
"Pat" Devon, Pennsylvania
I-Iomeroom Treasurer XI: Basketball X: Hockey X,
XII: Field Day Events X, XI: Bowling League X, XI:
Hot Dog Committee XII: Candy Committee XII: Class
Ring Committee XI: Invitation Committee XI.
Blond-haired and lots of fun, "Pat" is fond of all sports
and participates in many. She is cr very active person
and always on the go. She also enjoys humorous plc-
tures, especially those starring Danny Kaye. Because she
is persevering, she will succeed in whatever she chooses
"Bill" Malvern, Pennsylvania
Homeroom President XI, XII: Homeroom Vice-President
X: Basketball X: Cross Country XII: Dance Committee
XI: Field Day Events XI, XII: Noon Dance Committee
XII: Nominating Committee XII: Monitor XI, XII.
Easy-going and unhurried, Bill is a popular member
of our class. ln addition to his genuine interest in
school activities, he is a real sports fan. lf there's any-
thing about baseball that you want to know, just ask
IANE M. HICKMAN
"lanie" Malvern, Pennsylvania
Field Day Events X, XI: Drum Majorette X, XI.
Iolly and carefree, lane strolls through the halls with
a merry "hello" for everyone. Studies are the least ot
her worries, but she holds down a job outside of school
hours, and her pleasing personality has won her many
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"Faye" Berwyn, Pennsylvania
Homeroom Secretary XI, XII, Athletic Association
Treasurer XII, Athletic Association Representative X,
Nominating Committee XI, Finance Club X, XI, XII,
Basketball X, XI, Hockey X, XI, Field Day Events X,
Red Cross Representative X.
Quiet, good-natured, and with humor and fun, she
is dependable, willing to lend a hand and pleasant to
know. Her tedious and laborious hours of work in the
Finance Club have been invaluable but have not inter-
fered with her studies.
"Ducky" Paoli, Pennsylvania
Field Day Events X, Poster and Sign Club XII.
"Ducky" is a very happy sort of fellow, His specialty
is cars-all makes and models. He likes to hunt, too, and
considers the first day of hunting season a holiday. At
school he has helped to operate the scoreboard at the
football games very efficiently. Enlisted in the United
States Army Air Corps, February 14, l946.
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"Ginny" Devon, Pennsylvania
Entered from Caernarvon High School, Morgentown,
Pa., Xl, Library Assistant XII, Candy Committee XII,
Hot Dog Committee XII, Ways and Means Committee
XII, Bowling League XI, Field Day Events XI, XII, Ten-
Ginny is tops on everyone's list for she has a won-
derful personality and a beautiful beaming smile.
Music is one of her main interests, she enjoys dancing
and singing. lt is very possible that you could also find
Ginny horseback riding for she is always busy with
"Eddie" Berwyn, Pennsylvania
Football X, XI, XII, War Bonds and Stamps Commit-
tee XI, Field Day Events X.
"Eddie" is characterized by his quiet resourceful
manner. He is well known tor that "educated toe" which
plants the ol' pigskin squarely through the uprights.
His hobby is writing poetry.
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"War" Malvern, Pennsylvania
Ways and Means Committee XII, Yearbook Stott XII,
Field Day Events XI, XII.
Laughing eyes and a cheery smile direct you to
Hazel. Hazel's loud giggles help to brighten many a dull
spot in school. Her carefree manner was missed due to
her absence at the beginning of this school year. Here's
wishing the best for her in the future.
"Boots" Berwyn, Pennsylvania
War Bonds and Stamps Committee XI, Girls' Chorus
Xl, XII, Field Day Events X, XI.
"Boots" is small and blond, full oi pep and always
ready to be helpful. She has a sweet singing voice and
quick light feet on the dance floor. Her hobby is playing
"Dot" Stratford, Pennsylvania
Basketball X, XI, XII, Hockey XI, XII, Field Day
Events XI, XII, Poster and Sign Club X, Ways and
Means Committee XII, Hot Dog Committee XII, Candy
Committee XII, Library Assistant XI, XII.
This tall, slim "Dot" has been an indispensable part
of our hockey squad as its efficient manager. She is
fun to be with because of her unending chatter and dry
sense of humor, Everyone is amazed at the length of the
stride Dot possesses, especially in getting to the lunch
"Willie" Malvern, Pennsylvania
War Bonds and Stamps Committee XI, Decorating
Committee X, XI, Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Senior
Commencement Committee XI.
Carefree and nonchalant, "Willie" is present one day
and absent the next. He has dark wavy hair and tells
humorous stories well. He is friendly and lots of fun at
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"Debby" Berwyn, Pennsylvania
Class Treasurer X, XI, XII, Homeroom Secretary X,
XII, Athletic Association Representative X, XI, Red
Cross Representative XI, Basketball X, XI, XII, Hockey
X, XI, XII, Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Tennis XII, Or-
chestra X, Xl, Finance Club X, XI, XII, Dance Commit-
tee XI, Class Constitution X.
This fair-haired, bright-eyed student is known for her
ability to support the opposite side of any argument.
She did an excellent job as class treasurer for three
years and was also active in sports. "Debby's" ambi-
tion, initiative, self-conhdence and enthusiasm will al-
ways keep her out in "front."
"Lucht" Leopard, Pennsylvania
Student Council X, XI, XII, Nominating Committee XI,
Field Day Events X, XI, Basketball X.
Werner's outstanding quality is his excessive height.
He towers above everyone else at a 6'4"Valtitude. He
is quiet, but extremely witty, and possesses the keen
ability to think things through. His activity list indicates
his varied interests.
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"Renie" Paoli, Pennsylvania
Class Secretary X, XI, XII, I-Iomeroom Vice-President
XI, Athletic Association Secretary XII, Yearbook Staff
XII, Hockey X, Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Drum
Majorette X, XI, XII, Bowling League X, Dance Com-
mittee X, Candy Committee XII, Decorating Commit-
Quiet and efficient is our little class secretary. Irene
has a sweet reserved disposition, and there is a soft
kindness in her lovely dark brown eyes. We doubt if
you have ever heard her speak a harsh word, and we
' all agree she is delightful company.
"Ellie" Malvern, Pennsylvania
Newspaper Stalt X, Xl, War Bonds and Stamps Com-
mittee XI, XII.
A sweet, dimply smile and a lovely personality make
"Ellie" one of the best pals of the senior class. She is
full of fun and mischief and seems to be having a good
time wherever she may be. With that delightful person-
alify and plenty of ambition she will surely succeed.
"Eleanor" Frazer, Pennsylvania
Softball XII: Field Day Events X, XII: Yearbook Staff
Eleanor is a quiet, sincere person with gorgeous red
hair. She is usually tound in Room 4 with a shorthand
book in her hand. Loyal and dependable, she should go
far in this world because of her ability to do well any-
thing she undertakes.
ROBERT C. MCLEAN
"Lindy" Devon, Pennsylvania
Field Day Events X.
Robert is a good tellow, always ready tor a good
time and full of fun. He likes to sing, and we hope that
his voice will give many people pleasure in the future
as it has given us enjoyment at school.
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"Annie" Stratford, Pennsylvania
Finance Club XI: Class Ring Committee XI: Yearbook
ln addition to a sweet disposition and a cheery smile,
Anna has been gifted with that wonderful virtue-pa-
tience. She goes about everything with efficiency and
accuracy. Her good sense of humor and ability to do
things will aid her in her desired profession. Good Luck,
"Bill" Paoli, Pennsylvania
Football XII: Basketball XI, XII: Field Day Events X,
Xl, XII: Projection Operator X, XI, XII.
Bill's ability to keep one laughing is a definite asset.
He is a loyal and ardent T. E. rooter, a staunch sup-
porter of the Paoli Fire Company, and a good tellow,
His hobby is cars. He has a flare for poetry, and his
usual location is the Mateer News Agency.
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ANNA MAGDALEN NATALE
"Ann" Berwyn, Pennsylvania
Homeroom Treasurer X, Field Day Events X, XI, XII,
Orchestra X, XI, XII, Girls' Chorus X, Nominating Com-
mittee XI, Dance Orchestra XI, XII.
Carefree, talkative and happy, Anna is also neat and
fastidious in appearance. These qualities should assure
her success in the business world, Anna is also definitely
musical and has been a real asset to our Swing Band
"Io-Io" Stratford, Pennsylvania
Basketball X, XI, XII, Field Day Events X, XI, XII,
Baseball XII, Monitor XI, XII, War Bonds and Stamps
Committee XI, Noon Dance Committee XII, Student
"lo-lo," the efficient monitor who directs traffic in
front of room nine, is a good basketball player and a
favorite among his classmates. He is known as the best
soda ierlcer in Stratford. His hearty smile, reserved
manner, and politeness are the outstanding features of
this small but energetic chap.
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Field Day Events XI, Girls' Chorus X, Decorating
Committee X, XI, Invitation Committee X.
This attractive, friendly girl, who is full ot fun and
has a lceen sense of humor, is an active secretarial stu-
dent. She is also an ardent football tan and can be
seen at the games yelling tor old T-E. No matter how
busy, Pat has time to lend a helping hand.
BENJAMIN H. MOSTELLER
"Benny" Malvern, Pennsylvania
Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Poster and Sign Club
XII, War Bonds and Stamps Committee X, Candy Com-
Ben is a courteous, hard-working, conscientious young
man. He has been very helpful in taking charge of the
football posters, and he excels in mechanical drawing.
He is the only member ot our class who sports a mus-
tache. We think it's becoming, too!
WINIFRED M. PATTISON
"Pat" Paoli, Pennsylvania
Homeroom Secretary X: Yearbook Stafi XII: Student
Council XI, XII: Girls' Banquet Committee XI: Invita-
tion Committee X: Nominating Committee X, XII: Dec-
orating Committee XI: Hot Dog Committee XII: Dance
Committee X, XI, XII: War Bonds and Stamps Commit-
tee XI: Dramatic Club XII: Bowling League X: Orchestra
X: Field Day Events X, XI, XII: Hockey X, XI, XII:
Tennis X, XI, XII: Basketball X, Xl, XII.
"Pat" is recognized by her slim height and brilliant
red hair. She can be seen almost anywhere in her lit-
tle ol' Ford which she calls "losie." She has proved
again and again her mastery ot athletics and captained
our hockey team through a successful season. "Pat" is
a good student and possesses a spirit and willingness
that helped so much to better our class.
"Ellen" Berwyn, Pennsylvania
Field Day Events X, XI.
Ellen is one ot the quieter members ot our class, but
this does not stop her from having many friends. This
brown-haired, dark-eyed, slender girl is a conscientious
worker and co-operates in everything she is asked to do.
Her quiet ways and unassuming manner make her wel-
come among us.
"De" Berwyn, Pennsylvania
Field Day Events X, XI, XII: Year Book Stall XII.
Dolores is a short, light-haired girl with a friendly
smile tor all. Her pleasing personality and love ot lite
have won her many triends. Dolores will make a good
secretary and we are certain she will reach her desired
"Muffy" Devon, Pennsylvania
Newspaper Stall XI, XII.
"Muffy" is small in stature, folly and lun-loving. She
may seem quiet, but her very best triends will tell you
that she possesses a keen sense ot humor and gives a
helping hand whenever it is needed.
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"lennie" Devon, Pennsylvania
Homeroom Secretary XI, Red Cross Representative
X, Yearbook XII, Student Council X, Newspaper Stall
XI, XII, Dance Committee X, XI, Ways and Means Com-
mittee XII, Bowling League X, Cheer Leader XII, Girls'
Chorus X, Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Hockey
X, XI, XII, Basketball X, XI, XII.
A sweet smile, lovely dark eyes and shining black
hair combined with a pleasant personality are only a
few of Iennie's characteristics. Always agreeable and
ready to help with anything worthwhile, she rates high
with all of us.
"Piner" Berwyn, Pennsylvania
Basketball X, XI, Softball X, Hockey X, Xl, Field
Day Events X, XI, XII, Orchestra X, Band X, Ways and
Means Committee XII, Yearbook Staff Xll.
"Piner" is a happy, fun-loving, hard-working girl, al-
ways ready to help out when she can, "Piner" is one of
the iolliest members of our class. She is liked by all who
come in contact with her.
"Pinky" Malvern, Pennsylvania
Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Girls' Chorus X, Cafe-
teria Cashier XII.
Sweet and polite is this strawberry blonde. "Pinky"
is the smallest girl in our class and we wouldn't be at
all complete without her. Whenever there is a dance,
just plan on meeting Pinky as this is one of her fa-
vorite pastimes. lean is very friendly and you can be
sure that when you see her, Mimi will be there too.
"Iohnny" Berwyn, Pennsylvania
Homeroom President X, Homeroom Vice-President
XII, Dance Orchestra XI, XII, Decorating Committee X,
Aviation Club XI, Band X, XI, Orchestra X, XI, XII,
Field Day Events X, XI, Baseball X, Basketball X, XI,
XII, Football Xl.
Full of pep, "I. P." is our Swing Band's outstanding
drummer. Iohn is nonchalant, never hurries, and his
many "flames" come and go. He can usually be seen
with Lou and Iohn laughing at each other's corny jokes.
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GLORIA I.. ROBINSON
"Glo" Devon, Pennsylvania
Yearbook Staff XII, Girls' Banquet Committee XI,
Candy Committee XII, Decorating Committee XI, Field
Day Events XI, XII.
Gloria is a faithful student and always has her home
work done. Although she is usually quiet, you can ex-
pect her to say something to set the whole class laugh-
ing. Because of her jolly manner and her good disposi-
tion, she has made many friends at T. E.
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"lean" Devon, Pennsylvania
Library Assistant XII, Baseball X, Hockey X, XII,
Girls' Chorus XI, Field Day Events XI, War Bonds and
Stamps Committee XI, Hot Dog Committee XII, Candy
Committee X, XII, Class Ring Committee XI,
lean has dark brown hair and a winning smile. She
is lull of fun, keeps a crowd laughing, and a party
could never be dull with lean there. She works in
Potfs' Drug Store out of school hours, likes to read, and
her favorifc crooner is Frank Sinatra.
"Dot" Paoli, Pennsylvania
Ways and Means Committee XII, Basketball X, XI,
XII, Hockey X, XI, XII, Softball X, Golf X, Bowling
League XI, Dramatic Club XII, Hot Dog Committee XII,
Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Orchestra X, XI, XII.
A deep, hearty laugh will direct you immediately to
"Dot." Her slow reaction to jokes keeps everyone con-
stantly amused. Her thrill is horses, her hobby music,
and her outstanding ability in various sports is well
"Dick" Berwyn, Pennsylvania
Monitor XI, XII, Yearbook Statt XII, Red Cross Repre-
sentative X, Decorating Committee XI, Candy Commit-
tee XII, Ways and Means Committee XII, Aviation Club
X, XI, Field Day Events XI, Score Board Committee
Tall, dark and handsome is Dick. He has added a
spark of gaiety to many a dull class and has served
faithfully in many capacities during his high school ca-
reer. We understand that his l'thrill" is girls and his
hobby "doing homework!"
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"Gertie" Paoli, Pennsylvania
Cateteria Cashier XI, XII: Field Day Events X, XI, XII:
War Bonds and Stamps Committee XI: Candy Commit-
"Gertie" is one ot the quieter girls ot our class. She
has a shy smile and wavy black hair. Her inquisitive
questions and dithculty with spelling have caused many
laughs in het section.
"Honey" Devon, Pennsylvania
Basketball X, XI, XII: Softball X: Hockey X, XI: Field
Day Events X, XI, XII: Drum Majorette X, XI, XII: Bowl-
ing League X: Candy Committee XII: Library Assistant
You can recognize lane by her short, slightly curly
hair and a big broad smile. She is a "whiz" in Latin
and French, and is also a "slugger" on the baseball dia-
mond. Her wondertul personality and sense ot humor
have made her one ot the outstanding girls in our
"Eddie" Devon, Pennsylvania
Football X, XI, XII: Track X, XI, XII: Field Day Events
X, XI, XII: Monitor XI, XII: Basketball X, XI: Noon
Dance Committee XII.
"Eddie," along with being one ot our outstanding
athletes, has proved himselt to be one ot our best stu-
dents, He has many triends and his quiet, soft-spoken
manner has gained him the respect ot all.
"Dotty" Wayne, Pennsylvania
Tennis X, XI: Hockey X, XI: Field Day Events
X, XI, XII: Orchestra X, XII: Drum Majorette X, XI, XII:
Bowling League X: Dance Committee XI: Decorating
Committee X, Xl: Invitation Committee X: Girls' Ban-
quet Committee XI: Red Cross Representative XI: Year-
book Stati XII.
With a flashing smile and a toss of her long tresses,
Dot makes an impressive picture as first lady ot the
T-E band. Dot is our vivacious drum maior. The nursing
profession will gladly welcome "Dotty," this sparkling-
eyed beauty ot T-E '46.
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ANTHONY SEGUI, IR.
"Tony" Berwyn, Pennsylvania
Student Council XI, Track X, Field Day Events X, XI,
XII, Orchestra X, XI, XII, Band X, XI, XII, War Bonds
and Stamps Committee XI, Decorating Committee XI,
Library Assistant X, XI.
Carefree and nonchalant, Tony lets very few things
bother him. He is a member of the school band, but has
a habit of forgetting his instrument. He can entertain at
great length on the subject of past experiences and
future intentions, and he seems particularly attracted to
the junior class.
"Shenny" Malvern, Pennsylvania
"Shenny," our lucky class butcher, is the inseparable
companion of Hauser. He is full of "wise cracks" with a
winning smile and folly disposition. Mechanically in-
clined and a "grease monkey" at heart, he spends most
of his time in his black and yellow "Chevy."
"Tina" Berwyn, Pennsylvania
Homeroom President X, XI, XII, Class Vice-President
XII, Athletic Association Vice-President XII, Football X,
XI, XII, Basketball X, XI, XII, Baseball X, XI, XII, War
Bonds and Stamps Committee XI, Noon Dance Com-
mittee XII, Nominating Committee XII, Monitor XI, XII.
Sports and "Tina" are inseparable. An outstanding,
fleet-footed halfback, "Tina" has contributed much to
the success of our team. His dark complexion, flashing
smile, neatness and courtesy have made him one of the
most popular boys in our class.
IUNE ANN SAVITS
"lune" Paoli, Pennsylvania
Drum Maiorette X, XI, XII, Athletic Association
Representative X, Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Orchestra
X, Dramatic Club XII, Dance Committee XI, Nominating
Committee X, Yearbook Staff XII.
With her graceful back bend, her fast twirling baton
and a lively strut, lune helped make T. E.'s band com-
plete. The Post Office is the place where you will most
likely see lune waiting for the "male" call. Around
school we often heard her chattering about peanut brit-
tle, fruit cakes, and the art ot soda jerking,
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USVI" Malvern, Pennsylvania
Finance Club X, XI, XII, Athletic Association Repre-
sentative Xlg Field Day Events X5 Nominating Commit-
Dubbed "Syl" by his classmates, this well liked,
hard-working student is known to everyone at T. E. He
is good hearted, industrious, and has made an excellent
school record. "Syl" is a great debater and has very
htm views from which he cannot be shaken.
'lButCh" Malvern, Pennsylvania
Girls' Chorus X, XI, Cafeteria Assistant XII.
"Lyd" is a shy person who always does her work
taithtully and in a quiet way. She was usually found
bright and early in 12 and 13 with Eleanor. Her help in
the cafeteria was greatly appreciated.
"Lou" Malvern, Pennsylvania
Aviation Club X, XI.
Lou, who hails from Malvern, has a great sense ot
humor. Racing in his black "Chevy" is his greatest
thrill, His interests include aviation and racing.
"Punlcin" Paoli, Pennsylvania
Basketball X, XI, Girls' Chorus Xllg Drum Majorette
X, XII, Bowling League X, XI: Candy Committee XII,
Newspaper Stati XII.
gal's envy, isn't
it? Shirley is the lucky lass to possess those locks. She
is lull ot lun and obliging and helptul. We wish her all
Light, naturally wavy hair is every
the success in the world in her luture.
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"Stilwell" Paoli, Pennsylvania
Basketball X, XI: Hockey X, XI, XII: Field Day Events
X, Xlg Bowling League Xp Hot Dog Committee XII,
Yearbook Stall XII.
Fair and studious, lean is outstanding in the classroom
as well as in sports. She excels in chemistry, is a hard
hitter in hockey, and her hobby is photography. Al-
ways lull ot tun, she is "tops" in our estimation.
"RQ" Wayne, Pennsylvania
Basketball X5 Hockey X, Xl: Yearbook Stall Xllg
Field Day Events X, XI, XII.
Rosalena is very ambitious. She is talented in art
and is well known tor her very good drawings ot peo-
ple and places. She is tond ot sports, particularly
hockey, Congenial to all, Rosalena is the type ot girl
who we all know will succeed.
"lean" Paoli, Pennsylvania
Homeroom Treasurer Xllg Ways and Means Commit-
tee XII: War Bonds and Stamps Committee Xllg Drum
Majorette X, XI, XIIg Orchestra X5 Library Assistant
XII: Tennis X, XI: Field Day Events X, Xlp Decorating
Committee X, XIg Bowling League X.
With dark curly hair, a twinkle in her eye and an
answer to any question you may ask her,-that's lean.
When not twirling a baton, loan spends most ot her
time gabbing to "Dot" about the wonderlul birds in
Downingtown. lean may appear to be meek, but when
she let's loose-beware!
"Cham" Frazer, Pennsylvania
Yearbook Stall XIIg Field Day Events X, XI, Basket-
ball Xg Baseball X5 Candy Committee XII.
"Chum" is a very good sport. She can usually be seen
in the midst ot a group ot classmates laughing, talking,
or telling a joke. She is triendly with everyone and is
well liked. Her hobby is going to T-E's tootball games
and yelling loudly in support ot the team.
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"Ginny" Devon, Pennsylvania
Homeroom President X, Homeroom Treasurer XI,
Student Council X, XII, Finance Club X, Xl, XII, War
Bonds and Stamps Committee X, XI, Candy Committee
XII: Class Rings Committee Xl, Decorating Committee
XI, Nominating Committee X, Athletic Association X,
XI, Bowling League X, XI, Basketball X, XI, Softball
X, XI, Hockey X, XII, Field Day Events X, XI, XII.
Ginny is ambitious and intelligent. She has received
two American Legion Awards and we expect her to go
far in this world. She is honest and trustworthy and likes
to have fun. Always dependable, she has plenty ot tact
and understanding. She likes dancing, eating, movies
and has a varied interest in sports.
"lack" Devon, Pennsylvania
Football XI, XII, Basketball Manager X, Basketball
XI, Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Track X, Aviation
Club X, Dance Committee XI, Athletic Association Rep-
Iack's pleasing disposition and magnetic personality
make him one of the best liked members of our class, He
has participated in various sports and has many other
interests. Being full of fun and a hard worker, his future
will no doubt be a prosperous one.
ETHEL M. THOMSON
"Mickey" Malvern, Pennsylvania
Girls' Chorus XI, XII, Candy Committee XI, Decorat-
ing Committee XI, Newspaper Staff XII.
Ethel is an active senior with a smile and a cheerful
"hello" for everyone. Her favorite activity is Girls'
Chorus and she enjoys playing the piano in her spare
time. Ethel's dependability, initiative, and poise will be
valuable assets in her future undertakings.
"Annie" Berwyn, Pennsylvania
Basketball X, XII, Softball X, XII, Tennis XII, Hockey
X, XI, Field Day Events XI, Band X, XI, XII, Drum
Majorette X, XI, XII, Bowling League X, Dramatic Club
A cute, brown-eyed fun maker with a highly con-
tagious giggle can be identihed as Annie. She has a
wonderful sense of humor and can supply highly de-
scriptive details to almost anything. One of her greatest
thrills is to go to a performance of the opera "Carmen."
Her ambition is to become a journalist.
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"Phyl" Malvern, Pennsylvania
Homeroom Secretary X: Yearbook Staff XII: Red Cross
Representative X, XI: Athletic Association Representa-
tive X, XI: Entertainment Committee XI, XII: Orchestra
X, XI, XII: Cheer Leader XI, XII: Dramatic Club
XII: War Bonds and Stamps Committee X, XI: Dance
Committee X, XI: Basketball XII: Candy Committee XII:
Decorating Committee XI, XII: Invitation Committee XI:
Field Day Events X, XI, XII: Golf XII.
There is so much to tell about "Phyl." What would
school have been without her? Her beautiful smile and
sparkling eyes and her winsome personality have won
for her the popularity she deserves. Her feet were made
to dance. Her tongue will not stay still and her peppy
cheerleading is the backbone of our games. Good luck,
"Phyl," in the musical career you have chosen,
"Fizzer" Berwyn, Pennsylvania
Yearbook Staff XII: Football XII: Basketball XI: Base-
ball X, XI: Track XI: Field Day Events XI: Ways and
Means Committee XII: Decorating Committee X, XI:
Score Board Committee XI.
Good-natured, hard-working, and always ready with a
bit of humor, that's "Fizzer," as he is known through-
out the school. lf not seen selling candy at noon, you'll
find him having a good time with his many friends.
ANNA R. WALKER
"Anne" Malvern, Pennsylvania
War Bonds and Stamps Committee XI: Bowling
League XI: Girls' Chorus XII: Field Day Events X, XI,
XII: Cafeteria Cashier XI, XII.
Anne, a short member of our class, hails from Mal-
vern, "Iolliness" is Anna's outstanding characteristic.
She has a delightful, musical laugh and her pleasant
disposition has won her many friends. Dancing is one of
her favorite pastimes.
"Harry" Malvern, Pennsylvania
Homeroom Vice-President XII: Baseball X, XI, XII:
Dance Committee XI: Decorating Committee XI: Noon
Dance Committee XII: Nominating Committee X, XI, XII:
Monitor XI, XII: Field Day Events XI, XII: Cross Country
Harry is the strong, silent type. His chief interests are
track and basketball, in which latter he is an outstand-
ing player. He keeps close tabs on the professional base-
ball and football players, too. A shy smile and nice fea-
tures resulted in his being voted the best-looking fellow
in our class. He can be seen usually in his garnet and
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"Matt" Paoli, Pennsylvania
Golf Xp Field Day Events X, Xl, Xllg Orchestra X,
XI, XII, Band X, XI, XII.
"Matt" has an outstanding personality which has won
him many friends. He is a practical joker and always
ready tor a laugh. He has participated in many ot our
musical affairs and we suspect that he may be a tuture
Tommy Dorsey. Tall, handsome, and with a twinkle in
his eyes, we predict a bright tuture.
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These boys, former members
Forces before our senior year:
1. Ioseph I. Malloy
2. Walter R. Dawson
3. Eugene Holmes
4. Frank L. Stetson
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ot our class, left school to join the Armed
. Donald P. Galloway
. Paul W. Fry
. Iames I. Nardi
. Robert N. Banks
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A SENIIIIFS PAREWELI.
Three years ago, in forty-three,
I entered senior high,
A frightened little sophomore
Who knew not "how or why."
My homeroom I had hardly found-
A bell I-'Twas time to pass.
I'd never make it, I was sure,
In time for my first class.
Not till I'd found the classroom
And slipped into my place,
Did I venture to look 'round me
For iust one familiar face.
Soon I gave a little sigh
And thought, "Oh, gollyl Geel
I know I'm going to like 'these kids':
I do hope they like mel"
We soon became quite friendly:
They all were grand to me.
Before too many weeks went by,
I grew to love T.E.
In spite of lessons hard and long
There was time for gaietyg
I found that 'l'.E. operates
As one big family.
To all the things that one holds dear
One cannot say "good-bye":
You know that I have loved you,
God bless you, T.E. I-ligh.
The teachers all were thoughtful
And helpful there at school,
With each one doing his own part
To apply the Golden Rule.
My sophomore year sped quickly by-
A grand and glorious year.
New interests found, new friendships
And each one still held dear.
'Twas in my junior year, I found
That teachers, girls and boys,
Share all a student's sorrows
As well as all her joys.
At last my senior year is here-
How it rushes to a close!
What must I face? What lies ahead?
Not one of us really knows.
I understand that I must go
Into the world to take my place:
I feel that I'm prepared to meet
The joys and troubles I will face.
Now that it's time to leave the halls
Of dear old 'l'.E. High,
I look back rather longingly
And heave a little sigh.
PHYLLIS WILSON, '46
l. Best Athletes-Winilred Pattison-Valentino Rubbo. 2. Best Looking-Dorothy Rossiter-
Harry Wilson. 3. Most Carefree-lane Roney-William Mateer. 4. Most Promising-Virginia
Stull-William Brosius. 5. Most Polite-lrene Koons-Ierry Bertucciati. B. Most School Spir-
ited, Most Popular, Most Typical H. S. Student and Most Outstanding Personality-Phyllis
Wilson-Edward Dalton. 7. Most Dignilied-Catherine Bunch-Harry Wilson. 8. Most Artistic
--Klara Harbage-Charles Hitchens.
Most Versatile-Winilred Pattison-Edward Dalton. Best Sense of Humor-Iane Roney-
Iohn Potts. Most Indifierent-Hazel Iohnson-Iohn Taylor. Most Winning Smile-Dorothy
O' n Y 1
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1. Most Patient cmd Most Obligingv-Faye Hoffman-Jerry Bertuccicxti. 2. Best Dressed-Phyllis
Wilson-Ioseph De Simone. 3. Most Inquisitive-Gertrude Romano-Ioseph De Simone. 4.
Most Iolly-Dorothy Rambo---Iohn Potts, 5. Best Dancers-Marguerite Durcxnto-Matthew
Yclovich. 6. Quietest-Lydia Slider-Harry Wilson. 7. Most Flirtations-Iune Scxvits-Wi1-
licim Iezzi. 8. Most Tulkotive-Corinne Lobb-Sylvester Skctz. 9, Most Musical-Annu Ncztcxle
--Iohn Potts. IU. Most OriginC1lfAnne Toroni-Louis D'Innocenzo.
Most Studious-Ieun Stilwell-Sylvester Skcxtz. Most Independent-Klura Hcirbcxge--William
Brosuis Wittiest-lane Honey-Louis D'Innocenzo. Friendliest-Icme Honey-Ierry Bertucci-
ati. Most Intellectuc11iVirginicx Stull-William Brosuis.
We entered senior high school as timid little sopho-
mores on September 9, 1943. It was opening day for
everyone but to us it was not only the first day of
school, but the first day of our exciting school career.
Our first term was spent in adjusting ourselves to
high school duties and routines. Early in the year
our first class meeting was called, We elected Ed-
ward Dalton, president: Richard Dunkerton, vice-
president: Irene Koons, secretary, and Corrinne Lobb,
Several events stand out in our memory. The
dances celebrating our football victories made our
sophomore year very exciting. Our Christmas vaca-
tion was lengthened because of the influenza epi-
demic but this did not prevent us from enjoying the
social affairs of the following semester. The most
festive of all was the Iunior-Senior Prom which
helped to bring to a close the outstanding events of
that year. Before we could realize it final exams had
come and gone and our sophomore year had come
to a successful close.
The summer flew swiftly by and we were back in
school as juniors. This year brought several replace-
ments to the teaching staff-Miss Nash in Algebra,
Miss Smith taking the history classes and Miss
Brumbaugh and Mrs. Boyer in the English depart-
We re-elected the class officers who had served
us so efficiently the previous year.
As the end of the football season a win over West
Chester by a score of 18-0 gave us a chance to
enjoy a roaring bonfire. During the year a swing
band was formed, and a Variety Show was staged on
May 3 which proved a big success. The Senior Prom
was held early because of the boys who were leav-
ing for the service. lt seemed impossible that the
year had passed and it was time for exams again.
lt was with the usual cramming and studying that
we passed exams and with sudden amazement real-
ized that we had completed our junior year,
Two outstanding events of this year will be re-
membered by all of us for a long time. They were
the sudden death of President Roosevelt and the
long-awaited end of the war in Europe. During the
summer of 1945 peace came to a war-torn world and
we entered school in the fall with lightened spirits
It was thrilling to have the front rows in assembly
and the homerooms 1-2 and 4 and with them the
realization that we were seniors at lastl
Our first class meeting was held and officers
elected. The results were jerry Bertuciatti, presidentg
Valentino Rubbo, vice-president: Irene Koons, secre-
taryp Corrinne Lobb, treasurer. The senior class had
made a good start for what proved to be a busy
Our senior year also brought some additions tc
the school faculty. Miss Patterson capably took over
the Home Economics department and Miss Buck and
Mr. Dwight became the girls' and boys' physical
education directors. Mr. Oswald taught Chemistry
and our capable football coach, Mr. Meyer, taught
some of the English classes. We were also very glad
to welcome back from the armed forces Mr. Hatch
and Mr. Myers, two of 'l'-E's former teachers.
Something new was added in the fall, The annual
Thanksgiving football game with West Chester was
played at the Villanova Stadium instead of on the
athletic field at T. E. The football banquet was held
on December 6, and gold footballs were presented to
senior letter men.
The main activities of the spring of 1946 were the
Valentine Ball, held on February 9, which proved a
huge success, a Variety Show featuring our chorus,
dramatic club and swing band, and the Iunior-Senior
Prom, a gala affair which was held in May.
Senior week arrived at last with the busy activities
of Class Day, Baccalaureate, and yes-Commence-
mentl It was not until the night of graduation that
we realized our career at T-E had closed. With a
deep appreciation of all T-E had done for us we
found ourselves looking forward to a bright and
ELEANOR MCKEEMAN, '46
CATHERINE BUNCH, '46
CARMEN ELLISON, '46
Last'Will and Testament nf Blass nf 1945
We, the class of nineteen hundred and forty-six, being of sound mind and body, do
make, publish, and declare this Our Last Will and Testament:
To the student body as a whole we do bequeath:
Item: The right to love and honor our Alma Mater as we have done in the past.
Item: The spirit that leads our teams to victory throughout the school year.
Item: The echo ot banging lockers throughout the halls, soon to be heard only in our own
Item: A luxurious chair in every classroom to each and every student.
To the Iuniors as a whole we do bequeath:
Item: The time-honored privilege ot being a senior, and with it all the seniority an upper-
classman can handle.
Item: The seats in assembly reserved for seniors only.
Item: The honored position ot serving monitor-duty in the halls.
Item: The anxious and prolonged wait for graduation.
To those individuals who have earned the reward, we do bequeath:
Item' Werner Lucht's excess height to Ioe Alleva.
Item: Louis D'Innocenzo's wit to Tom Gasser.
Item: Ioe and Phyls' title ot class couple to Chuck and Nancy.
Item Virginia Stull's intellectual ability to Sara Mae Tollinger.
Dorothy Rambo's queer chuckle to anyone who can make
Iohn Potts' drumming ability to Iames Spurrier.
Ed Dalton's ability to till any position to Sam Scarpone.
Phyllis Wilson's school spirit to Sue Patton.
the same noise.
Iune Savits' ability in chemistry to anyone who wants it.
Dot Ross1ter's posit'on as drum major to Marie Davis.
Klara I'Iarbage's artistic ability to Kate Lewis.
Bob Barnes' love tor old cars to "Barrel" Sumertield.
Item Winitred Pattison's athletic ability to Charlotte Reinhart.
Item Theresa Carbo's friendliness to "Scooter" Kelley.
"Tina" Rubbds position as outstanding athlete to Iohn C
Last ot all we express our sincere thanks and appreciation to the faculty who has pulled
us through three years of hard study.
Signed and sealed under our hand this fourth day ot Iune, in the year of our Lord, one
thousand nine hundred and forty-six.
ERNEST H. MEYER
WINIFRED PATTISON '46
HAZEL IOI-INSON '46
IANE FUNKHOUSER '46
MARY PINER '46
ANNOUNCER: Ladies and gentlemen, this is the
Berwyn Broadcasting Company and your announcer,
Richard Richards, bringing you radio entertainment
at its best. Keep tuned to this station for the news
and local items of interest, morning, noon and night.
Here's a news item.-At 9:20 this morning there was
an attempted burglary at the First National Bank of
Daylesford. William Brosius, the president, made a
daring attempt to take the culprit singlehanded. He
heard the screams of Dolores Olcina, a cashier, who
discovered the man, and found lean Pinkerton, a
brave little teller, trying to lasso him with her belt.
Mr. Brosius grabbed the burglar and struggled for
some time but was unable to keep him from escap-
ing by means of a rear exit. Iennie Pilotti, the presi-
dent's private secretary, is suffering from a sprained
ankle which she received when she tripped during
the excitement. Fortunately, Anna DiDomenico, a
nurse, was in the bank at the time and rendered
The Cedar Hollow Airline, under the management
of William Iezzi, invites you to enjoy the low rates
of travel by air. Thanks to the ingenious mechanical
skill of Robert Barnes, the "Snowbird" is in flying
condition. A safe trip is assured by pilot Lyndel
Hartshorne. Comely airline hostess Irene Koons will
see to it that your trip is a pleasant one. Make your
reservations now and travel by air.
Speaking of Cedar Hollow, all the people of the
city are proud of Sylvester Skatz who is having a
brilliant career in politics. He plans to run on the
Prohibition ticket in the 1960 election and is already
planning his campaign trip.
While on the subject of politics, Hazel Iohnson,
preparing a feature article for cr leading magazine,
is in the capital interviewing the first lady of our
May eighteenth marked the opening of the Rofi
Restaurant where home-cooked food is at its best.
Lydia Slider greets you and is your hostess during
your visit. Table service is excellent, thanks to
Eleanor Lewis and Doris Hampton, the two head
waitresses. Be sure to stop in sometime soon.
Now B. B. C. brings you "Iohnnie" the drummer
boy and his "Pottsettes." This band is rapidly be-
coming the best band in the East. "Mat" Yelovich
with his golden-toned trombone and Anna Natale
tickling the ivories are the feature attractions. You
will also enjoy the singing trio, Misses Doucette,
King, and Thomson. Ladies and gentlemen, we give
you-Iohnnie I I
Girls, are you lonely? Do you stay home nights?
Well, you shouldn't! Consult Savits' Date Bureau.
Results, if you aren't too fussy, are guaranteed ab-
solutely! Get full details by dialing Paoli 2300. Don't
delay! Associated with this agency is the Duranto
Modern Dance Studio. Dance for health, dance for
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bug expert. Sign up today and learn to dance.
The time is 12:00 noon, and we bring you Mary
Best with local happenings of interest.
MARY BEST: Hello, everyone! Over at the high
school the new physical education teacher, Miss
Pattison, is making quite a hit with the girls. She
calls her basketball team the "Carrottops" and they
are undefeated thus far this season. Good luck, girls!
And best wishes, Miss Pattison, in your teaching
career. Miss Hoffman, school secretary, is ill with the
measles. We all wish her a speedy recovery. The
dental hygienist, Miss Stern, will be at Easttown
School Monday and Tuesday of next week to exam-
ine the teeth of pupils in grades one to eight. Now
a few social items. Patricia Miller, typist at Gimbel
Brothers, entertained her Sunday School class of
girls at her home last evening. Games were played
and punch and cookies served later. Everyone at-
tending had a most enjoyable evening. Cupid, we
find, is still alive after ten years of married life for
Shirley Stackhouse Taft, She recently celebrated her
tenth wedding anniversary with a dinner party at
Rofi's Restaurant. Bernice Hampton, stenographer,
and Renola Crabb, typist, both employed at Camp-
bell's Soup Company, are vacationing in the West.
They expect to fly home on the "'Snowbird." lean
Downing, buyer at Snellenburgs, had a thrilling ex-
perience when she talked with Vaughn Monroe and
later had lunch with him. And with that bit of news,
this is Mary Best leaving you until this same time
tomorrow. Good-bye, and have a nice afternoon.
ANNOUNCER: Here is an item of importance to you
housewives. Are you ashamed of your home? Do you
need new furniture, rugs, wall paper? Are your
parties a flop? Are you afraid to have your friends
see your house? Well, you should bell But don't put
up with it one moment longer. Consult the Dorothea
Shoppe. Miss Huemmrich, interior decorator, will
help you redecorate your home at low cost. Call
Alma Davis, Stratford 6106, for information. lane
Hickman and Catherine Bunch are her able as-
Come one, come all! D'lnnocenzo Brothers' circus
is in town. Bigger and better than ever. 'l'he kiddies
will love Werner Lucht's blundering, brazen, buck-
toothed bunnies in one stupendous act. See the
tallest couple in the world, eight-feet one and three-
quarters Dominick Nudy and his charming partner,
Elizabeth Amedei towering at seven-feet eleven and
a half inches, in a breathtaking trapeze act. Ed
Wolfe walks the tight rope at the height of not one,
not two, but three feet from terra tirma, Dorothy
Rambo, light, airy, wonder-woman, now tips the
scales at a mere eighty-nine pounds. She rides the
milky-white horse in the grand parade. Be sure to
get some pink lemonade from Beatrice Ford and
Catherine DeSimone. lt's their own recipe and it's
simply lush. When you're hungry, try a Funkhouser
frankfurter fried in fish fat. 'After eating, it might
be wise to take a Petite Piner Pain Pill for pale
people. No matter what the ailment, these pills are
guaranteed to stop your misery, even if they have
to put you out of it. V
Don't be discouraged if you haven't gotten your
Holland Deluxe Convertible Coupe as yet. It's really
"Duckie" and worth waiting for. Mateer's Taxi Serv-
ice says, quote, We would think of using nothing but
Holland automobiles. Unquote. Be sure to make your
next car a Holland. And now we bring you Bill
Hauser, B. B. C.'s sport announcer.
BILL HAUSER: Hello, sport fans. Before we hear
from the world of sports this afternoon, let me re-
mind you that this program is brought to you by
Bertucciati Raspberry Flavored Toothpaste which is
used by Dorothy Rossiter, beautiful model at
Espanols. Now for a little football flavor. ln the
annual gridiron clash between the State "Pee Wees"
and the Northeastern "Shrimps" the outstanding fig-
ures were Ed Rosato playing fullback and Captain
Eddie "Doc" Dalton at end for the "Pee Wees." The
"Shrimps' " stars were halfbacks "Tina" Rubbo and
Edward Holmes. At the game loyally leading the
cheers were attractive blond Carmen Ellison and
pretty brunette Theresa Carbo. Quite a few well-
known people were there. One of the celebrities was
Congresswoman Corinne Lobb who has recently an-
nounced her engagement to Iohn "Longfellow" Tay-
lor, noted author and traveler. Miss Klara Harbage,
well-known artist, was also present. As you know,
she has been awarded high honors for her remark-
able painting, "The Danube Isn't Bluv-lt's Green."
Some track news now-Richard Dober will compete
in next year's Olympic Games. This chap is going
places. Well, that's all for today. See you tomorrow.
ANNOUNCER: And now, a transcription.
lf it's kissin' you are missin' we can give
you good advice:
Buy yourself some Bertucciati Raspberry
Cleans your teeth and makes breath
ANNOUNCER: Believe it or not, folks, that singing
commercial gave you the voices of Charles Hitchens
and Robert McLean.
Mothers, are your kids brats? Well, stop blaming
it on your husband's side of the family and turn
them over to Barbara Fogg, child psychologist. Don't
let your children roam the streets or surely that
lrish policewoman, lane Roney, will pick them up
and haul them in.
Whatever you need you can get at Stull and
Hobson's department store. Stull and Hobson's is a
real example of successful women in business.
Ladies, you can always count on value and quality
when you shop there. Gertrude Romano is in charge
of the ladies' wear department. Anna Walker and
Ellen Pfitzenmeyer are efficient salesladies who are
anxious to help you. As for you men, look for the
name Anthony Segui and you know it's good. Segui
has become a password with men who appreciate
Attention, readers-the new best-seller, "Howell-
ville Road," by Iean Starliper, is now at your favor-
ite book store. The author's private secretary, Anna
Manenti, deserves a lot of credit for her able as-
sistance in the preparation of this book. Miss Star-
liper is in the studio today and we want her to say a
few words about her masterpiece.
MISS STARLIPER: I want to urge every lover of fine
literature to read my book. It contains striking
scenes of local color and daring adventure, This
glowing romance, I am confident, will make an un-
forgettable impression upon you.
ANNOUNCER: The time is now 7:00 P.M. This is
the time for one of' our most popular features. The
brilliant question-and-answer woman, lean Stilwell,
answers questions sent in by you, her radio friends.
The sponsor of this part of our program is Louis
Smith, independent grocer, catering to your every
grocery need. Now, Miss Stilwell, the first question
is sent in by Eleanor McKeeman, stenographer. She
wants to know "Where in the world do men only
IEAN STILWELL: On their heads, of course!
ANNOUNCER: Very good, Miss Stilwell. Another
question comes from Gloria Robinson, hairdresser.
"How many eggs can one eat on an empty stom-
IEAN STILWELL: Only one-figure it outl
ANNOUNCER: Excellent. But now we must say good-
bye to Miss Stilwell until tomorrow at this same
Here are a few local news items. There was ex-
citement in Malvern today when a fire was discov-
ered in the rear of Shainline's Butcher Shop. The
flames were discovered by Rosalene Stroman, a
French teacher. In short order Firemen James Dun-
wofady and Iohn Evans had everything under con-
A great labor-saver will soon be on sale every-
where. Iames Donboch patented recently, in con-
junction with Mafalda Paolizzi, his secretary who
collaborated in the invention, a device whereby you
can now read in bed without holding the book or
turning the pages!
Now for the movies. Anna Toroni, your "Hedda
Hopper" of Berwyn, takes us behind the scenes of
ANNA TORONI: Hello, movie-goersl Of all the new
pictures this year, I give the bouquet to "Two Lips,"
directed by Cecil B. Dunkerton. The film features that
daring young lover, handsome Harry Van Wilson
who thrills everyone in this exciting picture. A new
screen personality is lane Dorsaneo. She dances a
lovely ballet in "Two Lips," and we know that she
will climb to stardom on the screen as she did on
the stage. An important person behind the screen is
Virginia Holman, art director. Her talent is seldom
publicized but she is one of the best in movieland.
Two others who have some credit coming are
make-up director Doris Bradley and hairstylist Marie
DeYenna. Many feminine screen personalities get
their radiant beauty from these two. Last, but not
least, a big bouquet to sound-effects man, Frank
DeFelice, And now, good evening, until tomorrow,
same time, same station.
ANNOUNCER: Boys, turn over a new leaf. Get
your haircut before you need it so badly! Go to Ben
Mosteller in Frazer City. It' the finest barber shop in
the country. Let Helen Fazzini hold your hand while
you get your manicure. Be sure to visit there soon.
And now, a special treat as we end our broad-
cast. We bring you the soothing, tender melodies of
"Ioie" DeSimone and his lovely talented wife, the
former Phyllis Wilson, and their little family band-
Ioe on drums, Phyl on piano, the maid and cook on
cornets and who do you think is on the saxophone?
Yes, it's their wonder dog. We bring you the De-
Simone family band.
That's all for tonight, folks. Tune in again tomor-
row. Remember, it's station B.B.C.--the Berwyn
Broadcasting Company-for your favorite radio en-
BARBARA FOGG, '46
DOROTHY ROSSITER, '46
THERESA CARBO, '46
GLORIA ROBINSON, '46
While roaming around those dark gray halls,
We sophomores found help from seniors all.
With history, English, geography, too,
They lent us a hand with all they knew.
The seniors helped, or did they-
And when we came to classes late
With an alibi that took the cake,
Or when too bored, we hookied school
To that pleasant spot, the swimming pool,
The seniors helped, or did they-
And then we told those moron jokes
Down at Day's, sipping our cokes.
Remember the time we "clashed" with the fellows
And wore maroon and pink and yellow?
The seniors helped, or did they-
But really, seniors, we're only kidding,
Farewell to you we all are bidding.
May you never have any sorrow or woe,
But success and joy wherever you go.
Good luck, seniors!
HILDA HEMMEN, '48
FAHEWELI. TU THE SENIIIHS
Here's to the seniors tried and true,
A class above all classes
Working like bees, when there's work to do
'Tis true of both lads and lasses.
With four long years of toil and sweat,
Their brains are now improved.
The journey's end they now have met,
With wisdom they're imbued.
We do not know their fate forsooth,
Nor what their future task.
To bear the flaming torch of truth
Is all our school can ask.
PETER HILL, '48
"WE LE!-WE THEE NEW"
For four long years we've trod the halls,
And listened to familiar calls
Of fellow students on their way
To different classes of the day.
We've studied and we've worked our brains
To try to get enough to train
Our minds and hearts, our every thought:
Our wisdom grew as we were taught.
We've glared at teachers, fought with friends,
We've dreaded hours we've had to spend
On Latin, French, shorthand, and such,
We never thought they'd amount to much.
Our football teams have given us thrills:
Our final exams have given us chills.
Each spring has brought those new romances
Each fall has brought those victory dances
saw wars come and saw them go,
saw them take our lim and Ioe.
made new friends and lost some old:
gained some knowledge which isn't sold.
We've waited for the day that's here,
When old school books would disappear.
Now that it's come we hate to part:
We're leaving thee with a heavy heart.
ETHEL M. THOMSON, '46
l. Passing in halls. 2. Geiiing on the bus. 3. Iunior gang. 4. The two "loans," 5. Phyllis
cmd Dolores. 6. Virginia Hampton. 7. Mary lane. 8. The Devon gang. 9. Chuck and
Nancy. lU. Lena, ll. Iust resting. 12. "Ianie." 13. Spring Fever. 14. Curiosity. 15. Helen.
16, Anna and Shirley. 17. The Three Musketeers. l8. "Sam." 19, Iunior class officers.
20. Sophomore class oflicers.
President ....... . . Samuel Scarpone
Vice-President. . . ..... Thomas Gasser
Secretary ...... . . . Georgeanne Reed
Treasurer. .. .... Iames Higgins
De Stefano, Louis
Di Antonio, Seratino
Di Marcantonio, Egidio
Di Paolantonio, Phyllis
Lees, Anna Mae
Mac Leod, Stanley
Taylor, Mary Iane
Tollinger, Sarah Mae
Van Dyke, Herbert
De Luca, Carmen
Vice-Presi d ent ....
Treasu ret .........
Faculty Advisers ....
a Holmes, Victoria
. . . . . . Ronald McCorry
.. Guilio DiSeraiino
. . . Wanda Mushala
. . .Mrs. Mary L. Dunlap
Mr. William W. Crouse
Von Stroh, Burgess
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Front row, seated left to right: R. Dunkerton, V. Stull, W. Brosius, W. Pattison, E, Dalton.
Second row, lett to right: D. Bartosh, N. Taylor, R. Sumerfield, W. Lucht, L. Umsted, A. Capri-
otti, A. Golder.
Third row, -left to right: D. Nudy, H. Cox, R. McKay, A, McCorry, I. Spurrier, D. Foster.
Vice-President .... ....
Faculty Adviser .... .......
.Mr. Alger C. Whitcratt
In the tall the council revised its constitution to meet new conditions aris-
ing in the school.
During football season victory dances were held as usual. Several other
dances were held throughout the remainder of the school year, cmd at Christ-
mas time the annual pre-war Christmas party was revived with great success.
Football sweaters were awarded to the senior football boys, and charms
were also awarded to seniors in sports other than football.
In the spring the Council sponsored the tourth annual dedication ot our
Front row, lelt to right: W. Espenshade, H. Hoehler, R. Shank.
Second row, left to right: Miss E. I. Smith, Advisory M. Paolizzi, R. Dunkerton, M. Best, E.
Third row, lett to right: S. MacLeod, I. Greely, S. Stackhouse, I. Pilotti, A. Davis, G. Reed, R.
Fourth row, left to right: S. D'Antonio, B. Dunwoody, M. Pyle, N, Currie, I. Hahn, I. Fazzini, A.
Editor-in-Chief ................. Richard Dunkerton
Associate Editor .... .... W illiam Espenshade
Art Editor ....... .... L ydia Evangelista
Adviser .... . . Miss Eva Iune Smith
Senior Reporters Iunior Reporters
Mary Best Richard Buckwalter Iune Greely
Alma Davis Susie D'Antonio Ioan Hahn
Ethel Thomson Phyllis D'Paolantonio Harry Hoehler
Shirley Stackhouse Ida Fazzini Stanley MacLeod
Sophomore Reporters Typists
Nancy Currie Maltalda Paolizzi
Mildred Pyle Iennie Pilotti
Eastirin Echoes, our senior high school paper, records the main events,
both serious and amusing, of the Week. The stall frantically searches tor news
in an effort to meet the Tuesday deadline. Alumni, when revisiting their Alma
Mater, are besieged by reporters.
On Wednesday the editor nabs errant reporters or busily Wracks his brain
to till that last inch of space. In the meantime the Art Editor sketches an ap-
propriate heading tor the Week's issue.
Through the aid ot the Commercial Department, the material is typed in
its final iorm, and on Friday the mimeograph machine rolls out the finished
Front row lett to right: E. Macbeth, T. Gasser, R. Corkhill, W. Mateer.
Second row let! to right: Miss Irene Brumbaugh, Coach, C. Lobb, R. Dunkerton, P. Wilson, R.
Richards, A. Toroni, I. Roney.
Third row lelt to right: N. Wiseman, D. Rambo, I. Funkhouser, W. Espenshade, L. Umsted, F.
Price, T. Bentley, W, Pattison, B. Fogg, N. Wagner.
Back row left to right: I. Savits, W. Brosius, D. Rossiter, D. Foster, I. Hahn, I. Spurrier, K. Lewis,
A. Harbage, I. Trowill.
Phyllis Wilson, President
Miss Irene Brumbaugh, Coach
The Dramatic Club, under the direction of Miss Brumbaugh, is made up
of seniors interested in different phases ot draniatics. This group chooses the
plays which are produced during the year. In addition to this group there are
many from other classes who have appeared on the stage this year. The tol-
lowing are the plays and the respective casts which have been given this
Let's Make Up
Front row seated, left to right: A. Davis, H. Fazzini, I. Roney, E. Amedei, Miss Eleanor Corn-
Second row standing: S. MacLeod, M. Best, M. Fryberger, M. Davis, V, Forrester, I. Starliper,
E. Koons, W. Espenshade.
Back row standing: B. Magee, B. Binns, L. Hitchens, L. Diamond, M. I. Taylor, M. DeLuca.
Miss Eleanor Cornmesser-Supervisor
SENIORS IUNIORS SOPHOMORES
Elizabeth Amedei Barbara Binns Elaine Koons
Mary Best Marion Davis
Alma Davis Marie DeLuca
Helen Fazzini Louise Diamond
Virginia Holman William Espenshade
Iean Roti Yvonne Forrester
lane Roney Mary Fryberger
lean Starliper Lillian Hitchens
Mary lane Taylor
This year the Library Assistant Club was organized under the supervision
of Miss Cornmesser. The club meets once a Week in a group and each mem-
ber must Work an additional period each week. The purpose of the club is to
sponsor a greater interest among the students in the library and library serv-
ice, to stimulate reading interest, and to improve the library service of the
Seated left to right: Ed. Dalton, V. Stull, F. Hoffman, C. Lobb, S. Skatz.
Standing: Mrs. Mary Dunlap, Adv.: C. Reinhart, R. McKay, M. Taylor, L. Lannutti, M. Fry-
berger, I. McLaughlin, I. Ramsay, D. Thomas, H. Ginnona, S. Patton, W. Starkey, M. Pyle
Mr. A. C. Whitcraft, Adv.
Finance - Business Eluh
President ......................... Edward Dalton
Vice-President. . . . . . Faye Hoffman
Secretary ..... .............. V irginia Stull
Treasurer ........................ Louise Lannutti
Athletic Association Treasurer ....... Faye Hoffman
Senior Class Treasurer .............. Corinne Lobb
Music and Student Council Fund Treasurer,
Cafeteria Bookkeepers ...... Irene McLaughlin fIr.l
Iane Ramsay fIr.l
Photo Service Committee Chairman. .Edward Dalton
F ollow-up-Commercial ............ Patricia Hobson
Assistant to Faculty Manager Sr. High School,
Suzanne Patton fIr.l
Assistant to Athletic Association Business Manager,
Mary Pryberger fIr.l
Mary Iane Taylor fIr.l
Mary Fryberger Suzanne Patton Henry Ginnona
Louise Lannutti lane Ramsay Mildred Pyle
Robert McKay Charlotte Reinhart William Starkey
Irene McLaughlin Mary lane Taylor Dorothy Thomas
Members of this club must carry two or more commercial subjects and are
selected on the basis of scholarship, personal qualities, and special commer-
The object of the club is to handle and record accurately all school
finances. This is under the general direction of senior members who enlist the
assistance of juniors and sophomores in preparation to stepping into the key
All members must be approved by the faculty advisers-Mrs. Mary L.
Dunlap, Mrs. Clara H. McElhaney, and Mr. Alger C. Whitcraft.
First row, left to right: T. Morrison, I. Schmitt, T, Gooding.
Second row, let! to right: E. Cantwell, N. Soulen, M. Davis, R. Pusey, C. Hess.
Third row, Iett to right: C. Burnside, I. Corrigan, H. C. Potts, instructor, D. Warren, C. Clemson.
Sponsor ....................... Mr. Henry C. Potts
President ....... ...... M arion Davis
Vice President ...... ....... R ichard Pusey
Secretary ............ ........ N ancy Soulen
Financial Secretary ............. Elizabeth Cantwell
Marion Davis Elizabeth Cantwell Richard Pusey
Connie Hess Thomas Morrison Thomas Gooding
lean Schmitt Charles Clemson David Warren
Iames Corrigan Clarence Burnside
This is the fifth year lor the T. E. Aviation Club. The purpose ol the club
is for those who are interested in aviation to get together to study and express
their own particular ideas on this subject.
The members start out as Yardbirds, and through various tests are ad-
vanced to Cadets, and later Lieutenants. Marion Davis was one oi the iirst to
become a Lieutenant this year.
At every meeting there is usually an appointed member of the program
committee who gives a talk on any subject matter concerning aviation. Cadet
Thomas Morrison is the chairman of the committee this year.
The club subscribes to "Current Science and Aviation," a newspaper on
aviation issued weekly. This paper has helped the members very much in
giving reports. The club's library has also helped very much in this respect.
An assembly program was given this year by the club. It opened with a
speech by Cadet Richard Pusey, Vice President, on the purpose ot the club
and what it has been doing this year. After this, a motion picture on aerial
acrobatics was shown. The picture was loaned to the club by the Army Re-
cruiting Oftice ot Philadelphia. Cadet Thomas Gooding secured the tilm from
Captain Harvey Berry ot the Civil Air Patrol, Norristown. The program put on
by the club proved to be a success.
Front row seated, Iett to right: W. Brosius, L. D'Innocenzo, E. Rosato, D. Nudy, R. Barnes.
Back row standing: R. Dunkerton, R. Richards, E. Dalton, W. Hauser, H. Wilson, I. Bertucciati
EDWARD ROSATO, Captain
A. C. WHITCRAFT, Adviser
In February, 1945, The Senior Monitors took over their duties. These boys,
selected because of their satisfactory scholastic and citizenship records, per-
formed well their job of keeping order in the halls, directing traffic, and keep-
ing the students moving along to classes in the proper way. In February of this
year the Senior Monitors were replaced by the newly selected Iunior Monitors.
First row seated, left to right: W. Smurthwaite, R. Beyer, M. Yelovich, V. Palma, F. Price, R.
Steele, T. Gasser, G. Walker.
Second row standing: Mr. Stanley Gray, Advisor, S. Pilotti, I. Spurrier, R. Patterson, H. Cox, R.
Beaver, R. Lipp. G. Thomas, A. Fosnocht.
Third row standing: D. Stone, C. Dunning, W. Ottey, M. Beuche, F. Meurer, I. Pinkerton, R.
Richards, I. Thomas, V. Cunningham.
Mr. Stanley Gray ........................ Director
The band that plays during football season, at the games, is a special
group made up especially for that purpose. It consists ot both junior and sen-
ior high school students, boys and girls, who practice every day for three or
tour weeks until the tirst football game. This group adds zip to our pep rallies
and interest to the games.
Later the group is divided into the Iunior Band and the Senior Band, and
all practices are strictly tor musical education purposes. However, during
these practices, programs are developed for such occasions as are deemed
So ph om ores
Carmen De Luca
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At piano, left to right: P. Wilson, A. Natale.
First row, lett to right: I. Potts, M. Pyle, N. Wagner.
Second row, lett to right: D. Rambo, R. Merroth, I. Marron, B. Fogg, E. Macbeth.
Third row, left to right: W. Ottey, F. Price, R. Corkhill, F. De Felice, C. De Luca.
Fourth row, lett to right: V. Palma, R. Patterson, L. Bond.
Standing, lett to right: Mr. Stanley Gray, directory A. Barbour, A. Gaillard, I. De Yenno, S. Tol-
linger, H. Rash, R. Beaver, S. Pilotti, R. Roney, C. Dunning, W. Smurthwaite.
MR. STANLEY GRAY, Director
Under the supervision of Director Stanley Gray, the orchestra participates
in many musical programs in addition to its Weekly performances in Assembly.
The Senior Orchestra is composed of two groups. One group has a practice
each Thursday and plays in Assembly each Tuesday. The other group, com-
posed ol eight students l'l, plays in Assembly on Tuesday but does not attend
the Thursday practice because ol other activities scheduled at that time. The
first group receives credit for all time spent in practice.
PIANO OBOE CORNET
Iean De Yenno
Frank De Felice
Carman De Luca
Front row, left to right: G. McLaughlin, S. D'Antonio, A. Norcini, I. Pechin, H. Olcini, R. Ptitzen-
meyer, A. Walker, B. Magee, A. Staats, K. Sullivan, B. Dunwoody.
Second row, left to right: U. Romano, A. Capriotti, H. Harper, S. Reed, A. Gaillard, E. Rambo,
S. Long, A. Gill, A. Barber, Miss Ethel Randolph, Director.
Third row, left to right: H. Hemrnen, R. McQuillcin, B. King, R. Gallager, B. Binns, I. Fazzini, M.
Taylor, I. Carlton, D. Bartosh, H. Turner, D. Rogers.
Fourth row, left to right: Ft. Bunch, L. Webb, R. Baughman, C. Bunch, L. Hitchens, H. Bianchi,
L. Fogg, M. Soulen, G. Doucette, S. Patton, M. Fryberger, C. DiAmbrosia.
Fitth row, left to right: S. Stackhouse, D. Bradley, E. Thomson, D. Tomarelli, I. Mateer, M.
Wright, C. Moriority.
MISS ETHEL RANDOLPH, Director
This year, we are glad to say, the Girls' Chorus increased its number over
all previous years. Activities began with the annual Candle Light Procession
in the Christmas program on December 20, 1945. A second appearance was
made on February 19, 1946, when an assembly program was given. On May Z
and 3, 1946, the Annual Variety Show was presented in which the Girls'
Chorus had a big part. The Chester County Music Festival was held on May
9, 1946, at the State Teachers' College in West Chester. Our Girls' Chorus was
present, singing two songs. The most exciting event ol the year was the trip to
the Municipal Stadium in Philadelphia Where the group took part in the Sec-
ond Philadelphia Music Festival on May 23, 1946. There the girls sang in a
combined chorus ot 5,000 voices from the suburban high schools. To close a
very successful year the chorus sang at the graduation ot the senior class in
Front row, left to right: R. Patterson, T. Gasser, H. Cox, G. Walker, V. Palma, saxophones
Mr. Langdon, instructor: I. Downs, I. Taraschi, vocalists.
Second row, left to right: C. Steele, trombone: S. Speers, W. Brosius, R. Beaver, S. Pilotti
etsg I. Spurrier, I. Potts, drums, R. Meyers, bass, A. Gaillard, A. Natale, piano.
Mr. Stanley Gray-Music Supervisor
Iohn Potts Thomas Gasser Iames Spurrier
VOCALISTS Samuel Pilotti IUNIOR HIGH
The "Tophatters" was organized late in 1944 as a branch of the Music
department by Mr. Langdon, who had dance band experience at Penn State
College, and Mr. Gray, supervisor ol music.
Most of the members were sophomores and there were a few juniors. All
members returned this year, and a few new and younger members were
added. Three will graduate this year.
New members must attend practices and must qualify before they are
permitted to play in public. Practices are held twice each week after school.
This organization operates under the same principles as athletics. All money
earned is put in a dance band fund and used for dance band promotion.
Needless to say, all members enjoy playing and are getting a wonderful
training and experience.
First row, left to right: I. Koons, E. Amedei, I. Starliper, I. Savits, D. Rossiter, Captain, A.
Toroni, I. Honey, M. Duranto.
Second row, lett to right: D. Piombino, B. Casson, R. D'Innocen:o, M. Davis,
First row, kneeling: C. Ellison, T. Carbo.
Second row: P. Wilson, E. Kelley, S. Reed, G. Reed, Captain, W. Mushala, I. Pilotti, S. Patton
1. "Ted" and "Bud." 2. Hockey team in action. 3. Baseball Squad. 4. "Eddie" and "Louie"
5. "Cable," 6. "Eddie" 7. "Louie" 8. West Chester game. 9. Baseball squad in action.
lU, "Tina" ll. Iune, 12. Iunior high "gym" class. 13. "l..inesmen." 14. Coach Meyer.
l5. "Football Action." 16. "Eddie." 17. "Rosetta," 18. Pre-game practice. 19. "Pat."
20. "Breaking the tape." 21. "Ierry." 22. "Ray." 23. Scramble. 24. Seniors. 25. "Bench
Warmers." 26, "Fizzer" and "lohn." 27. "Dot" and "Shirley." 28. "Pep Talk."
First row, left to right: E. Rhoad, L. D'Innocenzo, E. Novelli, E. DiMarcantonio, E. Rosato, E.
Dalton, S. Scarpone, V. Rubbo, I. Cable, R. Sumertield, E. Holmes.
Second row, left to right: E. Wolle, L. Umsted, R. Shank, M. King, R. Battisto, H, Ginnona, T.
Bentley, C. Maston, G. DiSerfino, W. Pollard.
Third row, left to right: Mr. Myer, Coach, I. Taylor, S. Tomarelli, L. DeStetano, R. McKay, G.
Deans, T. Morrison, R. Faggioli, G. Dixon, I. Campus, H. Hoehler, Assistant Manager.
Fourth row, left to right: T. DeShula, S. DiAntonio, R. Beaver, P. Gemberling, T. Abraham, F.
Price, W. Blackburn, I. Corrigan, W. Smurthwaite, W. Brosius, Manager: T. Phelan, As-
Edward Dalton .................. ..... C aptain
William Brosius ..... .... M anager
Mr. Ernest H. Meyer ....................... Coach
Getting an early start with football camp and benefiting by the superb
coaching of Ernest H. Meyer and Iohn F. Dwight, T-E launched its season by
beating Malvern Prep 25-6. After dropping a tough one to Coatesville, we
came rolling back and won a last minute thriller over Radnor by the score of
13-6. Our winning streak was continued as we beat Upper Merion 25-6.
Then came Bristol, a newcomer to our schedule. They were defeated by
our hard-hitting "Bulldogs" 6-0. The remaining four games, bitterly contested,
were lost to Haverford, Downingtown, Phoenixville and West Chester power-
The bright spot in T-E's '45 campaign was its win over an old rival, the
Radnor "Red Raiders," when the Garnet and Gray team was at its best.
Malvern Prep . . . .............. . 25 6
Coatesville ..... . 0 18
Radnor ......... . . 13 6
Upper Merion . . . . . 25 6
Bristol ......... . 6 U
Haverford ...... . . 0 13
Downingtown . . . . 16 19
Phoenixville . . . U 13
West Chester . . . . U 12
Winifred Pattison, Captain
Dorothy Huemmrich, Manager
Miss Elizabeth Buck, Coach
The hockey team began its season this year under the supervision of a
new coach, Miss Elizabeth Buck ot Wayne, Pennsylvania. The team was soon
hard at Work with new plays, dribbling, and driving. There were five games
played this season. They were with Lower Merion, West Chester, Radnor,
Phoenixville, and Spring City. The team, captained by red-headed Winilred
Pattison and managed by Dorothy Huemmrich, had a successful year although
not all games were won.
'Q T-E Opp.
Lower Merion . . . . . 2 3
West Chester . . . . . 2 U
Radnor ....... . . 2 5
Phoenixville . . . . 2 2
Spring City . . . . . 1 5
First row kneeling, left to right: W. Mateer, R. Dober.
Second row standing, left to right: E. Dalton, I. Potts, V. Rubbo, captaing S. Scarpone, Mr.
Iohn Dwight, coach.
Third row standing, left to right: W, Hauser, C. Merriwether, C. Pusey, I. Cable.
First row, left to right: F. Ahn, C. Maston, E. Macbeth, I. Higgins.
Second row standing, left to right: G. DiSerafino, R. Pusey, R. Davis, T. Gasser, Mr. Iohn
Third row standing, left to right: R. Beyer, F. Price, W. Plank, W. Smurthwaite.
Valentine Rubbo, Captain
William Mateer, Manager
Iohn Dwight, Coach
T-E, producing one of the best teams this school has seen in many years,
fought its way into second place in district three competition. Displaying an
excellent defensive zone combined with fast-breaking lay-ups and deadeyed
long shots, the T-E "Bulldogs" proved a hard match for any school team.
Coach Dwight, although he had little knowledge of the boys' abili-ty, soon
had them working smoothly, both on the defensive and on the offensive. He
certainly deserves much credit for making this a successful basketballseason
for our school.
SCHEDULE T-E OPP.
Radnor ..................... . .
Reading Catholic . . .. 46 22
Marple Newtown . . . . . 39 32
Lower Merion .... .. 15 24
Haverford ..... . . 27 23
Phoenixville . . . . . 44 22
West Chester . . . . . 31 32
Conshohocken . . . . 54 19
Coatesville . . . . . 33 34
Pottstown .... . . 29 25
Downingtown . . . . 43 31
Alumni ...... . . 42 13
Phoenixville ...... . . 30 24 .
Friends Central . . . . . 47 64
West Chester . . . . . 37 47
Norristown . . . . . 25 28
Coatesville ..... . . 45 25
Downingtown . . ..... . . 73 42
Pottstown ..... ......... . .
l 77 l
Front row, left to right: C. Reinhart, A. Golder, N. Wiseman, I, Funkhouser, D. Rambo, N.
Wagner, I. Pilotti, V. Stull.
Second row, left to right: K. Harbage, W. Pattison, I. Roney, P. Hobson, M. Wright, Miss E.
First row, left to right: M. Bueche, L. Fogg, G. McLaughlin, A. Barbour, P. Griffith.
Second row, left to right: Miss Buck, D. Piombino, D. Thomas, B. Dunwoody, D. Huemmrich, I.
Stilwell, I. Hickey, V. Hampton, P. Wilson, C. Lobb, A. Capriotti.
Klara Harbage, Captain
Iane Funkhouser, Manager
Miss Elizabeth Buck, Coach
The girls' basketball team began the season earlier than usual this year.
By Thanksgiving the girls were eagerly cooperating with Miss Buck, our
new coach, learning new plays and techniques.
It was hard Work, but the team, captained by Klara Harbage, was re-
warded by one of our most successful seasons for a long time.
Alumnae . . . . 34 20
Radnor ..... . . 24 34
Coatesville . . . . . 38 14
Alumnae ....... . . 32 13
Conshohocken . . . . . 22 15
Phoenixville . . . . . 23 29
Lower Merion ...... . . 16 26
West Conshohocken . . . . 46 29
St. Katherine's ...... . . 24 22
First row, left to right: I. Pinkerton, E. Novelli, F. Ahn, R. Sumerfield, C. De Luca
Second row, left to right: P. Gemberling, I. Bertucciati, E. Dalton, V. Rubbo H Wilson I
Donboch, I. Dwight, coach.
Third row, left to right: S. Scarpone, R. Beyer, M. Massarella, T. Abraham, R FCIggl0ll G
Fourth row, left to right: R. Battisto, G. Gill, C. Merriwether, L. Umsted, D. Nudy
April ll . ..
April 22 . ..
April 25 ..,,
April 29 ..,.
May 2 . . ,
May 9 . .
May 13 ....
May 16 ,. .
May 20 ....
May 23 .,..
FRANCIS AHN, Manager
JOHN DWIGHT, Coach
MISS ELIZABETH BUCK, Coach
IANE HONEY, Manager
, . . . .Lansdowne ....
. . . .Norristown . .
. . , . ,Cheltenham . . .
,. . , .Lower Merion ....
. . . . .Coatesville . . . .
, .... Radnor ,....,
I 80 l
First row, left to right: H. Hoehler, Mr. Hatch, Coach, E. Wolfe, E. Rosato, L Dlnnocenzo R
Dober, I. Chaippini.
Second row, left to right: R. McLaughlin, E. Macbeth, I. Higgins, C. Maston W K k d T
Gemberlmg, W. Griffith, W. Devaney.
Third row, left to right: I. Beaver, L. Holmes, W. Stetson, R. Shank, R. Myers, N Griffith
Fourth row, left to right: W. Tyson, H. Mitchell, T. Morrison, M. King, C. Weldon H Gmnonia
T. Bently, I. Thomas.
Fifth row, left to right: R. Roney, R. Lipp, C. Pusey, D. Foster, R. McCorry.
RUSSELL HATCH, Coach
DUDLEY FOSTER, Manager
Triangular Meet at West Chester
Chester County Relays at Downingtown
Coatesville Triangular Meet at Coatesville
Downingtown at Berwyn
District One Championship at Norristown
State Championship at Penn State
Lett to right: Mr. Crouse, Coach: W. Starkey, A. Fosnocht, D.
Evans, T. Klinger, C. Steele, M. Yelovich, I. Spurrier.
Friday-May 3 , . .
Friday-May 10 .
MR, CROUSE, Coach
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Pottstown . . ,
Marvil, T. Gasser, I. Cable, E
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lIhris's Pauli Sunncn Service Slalinn
Lincoln Highway and Darby Road
Phone 9963 PAOLI, PENNA.
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OFFICIAL TIRE INSPECTION STATION
STAATS OII. CO.
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Perfume - Tobacco
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ttey S arage Frozen Foods
Paoli. Pa. Phone 1738
Work On All Cars
Elizabeth G. Pyle
PAQLL PENNA- Newsstand
Stationery - Tobacco
CUT RATE STORE
20 East King Street
Compliments Cu Eu
of Hardware and Paints
TIP-T House Furnishings, Seeds, Glass, Etc
I Best Wishes to the Class of " '46 "
VAN RODEN S from
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Post Office' Bldg.
United States Navy
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Coal, Wood, Feed, Grain, Hay, Straw, Etc.
Lumber and Building Materials
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West Chester State Rd.
Phone Paoli 2482
Distributors of Berkshire Hose
CUT RATE .STORE
20 East King Street
Soda Fountain Confectionery
Paoli. Pennsylvania BerW'Yn Hardware
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Hardware and Paint
House Furnishings, Seeds, Glass, etc
CUT AND POTTED FLOWERS
WEDDING 6- BOUQUET SPECIALTIES
Phone: MALVERN 2340
COMPUMENTS Elmer Griffith. Sr.
Flying Horse Gas Station
, Phone 9960
Cecll N. Cooksey
P501-If PA- PAOLI. PENNA.
Boyer's Esso Service
Paoli News Agency
Papers, Magazines, Tobacco, Etc.
Telephone Paoli 9944
Malvern Savings and
For Investors-Three Types of Savings Accounts:
Installment, Full Paid and Optional Shares
For Borrowers-Direct Reduction Mortgages
Malvern Shoe Repair
Chris's Paoli Sunoco
Lincoln Highway and Darby Road
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Phone Paoli 9963 Phone 2708
A to Z Lubrication - Washing Malvern' Penne.
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Shoes - Hosiery - Underwear
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Paoli 9917 Phone Wayne 9871
Frigidaires - Maytag Washers
Your Neighbor Store
Phone Wayne 9736
We Telegraph Flowers
112 W. Lancaster Ave.
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